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Affordable pricing, high-quality equipment, and a commitment to your health! The Cambridge Community Fitness Center is located in the Cambridge High School and is open to students, employees, and the public. The Fitness Center has been made possible by a generous donation from the Cambridge Foundation, as well as numerous other families, individuals, and community groups.

Membership: All members will be issued a membership card and are required to swipe their card upon arrival.

Orientation: All new members will enjoy an orientation to the facility. During the orientation, members will learn how to safely and properly use equipment, review policies and expectations, and have an opportunity to ask questions.

The Community Fitness Center is operated by the Cambridge Community Activities Program (CAP), in partnership with the Cambridge School District, and available for use during staffed hours. To access the Fitness Center enter the Cambridge High School, east parking lot.

Cambridge Community Fitness Center Memberships

Cash or Check


(Credit Card Only)

Single Annual $240 R / $300 NR

$22 R / $27 NR

Family Annual $420 R / $480 NR

$37 R / $42 NR

High School $60 R / $80 NR Non-Athletic Daily $4 R / $5 NR 20 Pass $50 R / $70 NR

2019 Hours M-F 5:15 am - 7:45 am M-Thurs 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Saturday 7:00 am - 10:00 am


9/2, 11/28, 12/24, 12/25, 12/31, 1/1. Hours may change during holidays; any changes will be noted on the CAP website at

A letter from the Director Welcome to the CAP fall/winter 2019-2020 brochure. We are excited for you to glance over the brochure to see what new programs or events you are going to enjoy this season. We have many ways for you and your family to stay active and engaged this fall and winter. From our annual events like Breakfast with Santa and the Hero Dance, to our new O.A.R.S. (Outdoor Activity & Recreation Series) program, there is something for everyone! CAP would like to thank you for continuing to participate, volunteer and invest in our community. We are very proud and lucky to be able to provide Cambridge with many recreational opportunities. Again, thank you and have a wonderful fall & winter season!

Become a sponsor!


Cambridge CAP provides the opportunity to not just promote your business with unique and affordable advertising, but also invest in the programs, parks and facilities in your community. The CAP sponsorship packet is available in November annually. Keep your eyes peeled for many great opportunities coming your way. Don’t see a level that works for you? No problem! Customized and in-kind partnerships can be designed to meet all of your individual and business needs.

Lesli Rumpf, CPRP, AFO CAP Executive Director


Lesli Rumpf | (608) 423-8108

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CAMBRIDGE COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES BOARD The Cambridge Community Activities Program relies upon input from residents who volunteer their time to serve on this board. They each contribute diverse interests for the overall development and improvement of recreational opportunities. The CAP Board of Directors meet on a monthly basis. Anyone interested in meeting dates is asked to contact the CAP office. Eddie Pahuski, Chairperson Tim Bolger Joe Brady Kris Frey Katie Jeffery Bernie Nikolay

(608) 423-7820 (608) 444-1349 (608) 669-2732 (608) 423-3644 (608) 212-0069 (608) 423-4345 X4107

Tracy Smithback-Travis Jessica Stenklyft Peter VanDenEinde Jody Wilke Jim Womble

(608) 698-9400 (608) 332-7208 (608) 443-7486 (608) 423-1517


CONTENTS Cambridge CAP Funtastic Guide Fall-Winter 2019-2020 CAMBRIDGE CAP OFFICE 403 Blue Jay Way, Cambridge WI

OUR MISSION The Cambridge Community Activities Program encourages and promotes life-long wellness by providing a variety of high-quality recreational activities, learning opportunities, aquatics programs, and services to the broad Cambridge area community.

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Lesli Rumpf, CPRP Executive Director (608) 423-8108 Kristine Reich CAP Office & Finance Manager (608) 423-8108 Adam Hosey Director of Athletic & Fitness Operations (608) 423-8108 CAP YOUTH CENTER 211 South Street, Cambridge WI Jordan Nichols CAP Park, Recreation & Youth Director (608) 423-8045 CAMBRIDGE FOOD PANTRY & RESOURCE CENTER 211 South Street, Cambridge WI





CHILD CARE CAP CARE is a state-licensed, group child care facility that provides enrichment-based care for grades 4K – 4.

YOUTH ACTIVITIES Nurture their physical development with a variety of athletic options including karate, soccer, and more.

YOUTH ENRICHMENT Build connections for your child through a variety of classes, outings, and fun events.




ADULT FITNESS Join a fitness class, come play at the gym, or try out Jazzercise.

ADULT ENRICHMENT Take time away to do some sewing, crafting or attend a social event.





COMMUNITY RESOURCES We have the best! Learn about volunteer opportunities with our fire department, EMS team, and library.

RIPLEY PARK Head down to the park and experience disc golf, and later in the season, Holiday Lights at Ripley Park.

AQUATICS Participate in lessons, join or watch the Bluefins, get your lifeguard certification or get fit in the pool!

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES Experience Dunkin’ for Pumpkins, the Community Cafe and Breakfast with Santa.

Nancy Brattlie Food Pantry Coordinator (608) 423-8142 CAMBRIDGE POOL & CAP CARE 802 West Water St, Cambridge, WI CAMBRIDGE AREA COMMUNITY POOL Kathryn Jenkins, AFO, CPO Director of Aquatics Operations (608) 423-8097 CAP CARE Mandy Hollis CAP CARE Coordinator (608) 423-8044 Key Cambridge Elementary School – CES Nikolay Middle School – NMS Cambridge High School – CHS Cambridge Area Community Pool – CACP








ic! Adam Hosey

Kathryn Jenkins

CAP Director of Athletic & Fitness Operations (608) 423-8108

Mandy Hollis

CAP Director of Aquatics Operations (608) 423-8097

CAP CARE Coordinator (608) 423-8044

CAP CARE (608) 423-8044 is a state licensed group child care facility that provides enrichment based, wrap around care and programming for children in grades 4K – 4th grade. CAP CARE is located in the Cambridge Elementary School, Room 130-131 & 135. Fee: There is an initial $30 registration fee to hold spot, and $4.00 per hour for care. Parents will fill out a monthly calendar by the 21st of the preceding month of the dates and times their child will be attending. No refunds/credit will be given for any missed dates (including illness). Snacks are included in the fee. Breakfast ($2.15) and lunch ($3.25) may be purchased for an additional fee. Payments: CAP CARE accepts check, cash or credit card. Minimum Attendance: This may be a combination of morning and/or afternoon periods. 4K: A child must attend a minimum of three times per week. K-4: A child must attend a minimum of four times per week. CAP CARE Hours of Operation: Grades Days Times K–4 Mon. – Fri. 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. K–4 Mon. – Fri. 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. • Will operate on early release days • Will operate on non-school days (except for major holidays) • Will NOT operate during emergency closing days due to weather

4K Wrap Around Care Ages: Children enrolled in the 4K program Hours of Operation: Grades Days Times 4K Mon. – Thurs. 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. 4K Mon. – Thurs. 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. 4K Fridays 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

CAP CARE Open House CAP CARE Open House CAP CARE 4K Open House Date: Wednesday, August 28 Date: Tuesday, August 27 Time: After 4K Family Orientation Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Check out all that CAP CARE has to offer at this open house. Tour the rooms, meet the staff, and use your imagination to create some art projects.

Jurassic Adventure Dates: December 23, 26-27, 30-31 Time: 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Grades: 4K – 4 Fee: $150 R / $165 NR

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*Registration Deadline: December 10

Travel to a world of Raptors & Dinosaurs and rescue the remaining prehistoric creatures before they are destroyed by the volcano! We will learn how to tame a raptor with Hoo’s Woods Raptor Education show, snorkel through the swamp as we escape the dinosaurs at the Cambridge Community Pool and sled away from danger as we sled down the hills at Westside Park. Children will need to bring a sack lunch. Minimum of 10 participants.

Special Activities: • Hoo’s Woods Raptor Education Show • Swimming at Cambridge Community Pool • Movie in the Little Theater • Sledding at Westside Park

School Day Camp CAP CARE will offer a School Day Camp option for families who have been registered for CAP CARE and/or Day Camp within the last calendar year and have a current child file on record. The available spots will be announced to families via email approximately 2 week prior to the School Day Camp date.


Registration Open Date

Resident Fee

Non-Resident Fee

October 24 & 25

September 27

$50 daily / $60 with field trip

$60 daily / $70 with field trip

November 8

October 25

$50 daily / $60 with field trip

$60 daily / $70 with field trip

November 27

October 25

$50 daily / $60 with field trip

$60 daily / $70 with field trip

January 20

December 27

$50 daily / $60 with field trip

$60 daily / $70 with field trip

February 14

January 31

$50 daily / $60 with field trip

$60 daily / $70 with field trip



PRESCHOOL ACTIVITIES First Friends Time: 8:15 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. Preschool Ages: 3 – 4 Location: CAP CARE Room Instructor: Kristin Stockwell, Certified Teacher Designed to give children an opportunity to explore, invent, discover, create, share, and learn with other children. Every class will be divided into structured and open ended learning while focusing on fun. Free play, circle time, music, art, enrichment, story time, and movement will be incorporated every week in various ways. Children will develop social skills and independence while parents are free to run errands feeling confident their child is in a safe environment. Children need to be potty trained to attend First Friends. *A Monday/

NFL Flag Football League Date: Mondays & Wednesdays, September 9 – October 9 Grades: K – 5 Location: CES Fields Registration before August 14: $40 R / $55 NR Registration after August 14: $50 R / $65 NR NFL Flag Football will have your child begging for more! Your child will receive a top of the line NFL jersey as part of their participation. As tradition continues, players will participate in training camp on Wednesday, September 11 from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. led by the Cambridge Blue Jays Football Team. A coaches meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 28 at 7:00 p.m. at the CHS community room. If you are interested in coaching please contact Adam Hosey and plan on attending the meeting. Players will be contacted by the coaches as to your child’s team assignment.

Wednesday session will be discussed if registration is full for the Tuesday/Thursdays class times.


Session Dates



Tuesdays & Thursdays

September 10 – October 31



November 5 – December 19 (no class week of 11/25)



January 7 – February 27



Sporties for Shorties Days: Tuesdays, January 14 – February 18 Time: 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Ages: 4 - 5 Location: CES Gymnasium Instructor: Megan Cunningham Fee: $35 R / $50 NR This class is an introduction to sports and physical activities. Children will learn basic skills in teamwork, sportsmanship, sharing, listening, and friendships. Skills are taught through fun games and drills. Parents must remain onsite but are not required to participate. Min 6 / Max 10


Cambridge Youth Football Club The Cambridge Youth Football Club runs tackle football for youth in grades 5-8. All games take place at the Cambridge High School; for game time, opponents or additional information contact Patrick Eagan at (608) 423-4878 or

Fall Recreational Soccer Dates: Saturdays, September 7 – October 12 Location: CES Soccer Fields Registration before August 24: $30 R / $45 NR After August 14: $40 R / $55 NR In this fun, exciting, recreational soccer league your child will learn fundamentals, rules, and basic plays. Games are played at 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., or 10:00 a.m., depending on registration numbers. You will be contacted by a coach regarding your child’s team assignment and practice times. Anyone interested in coaching is asked to contact Adam Hosey and attend the coaches meeting held Wednesday, August 28 at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS Community Room.


4K Division Open to children currently in 4K, this division is a 4K only group that is the base level introduction to the sport focusing on a few skills. This group will only meet on Saturdays and will be in a practice format (with parent involvement). Full games will not be played. Kindergarten/1st Grade Division (U6) Open to children currently enrolled in kindergarten or first grade. U6 is the next progression in the soccer skill development, focusing on the fundamentals of the game and having fun. This division will practice weekly and also play on Saturday mornings. Children will play small sided soccer (3 on 3) on small sized fields (25 X 30 yards). They play four 8 minute quarters; referees and goalies are not used at this level. 2nd/3rd Grade Division (U8) Designed for children in grades 2 and 3; children will continue to develop basic skills, while also learning advanced gameplay and strategy in a fun relaxed environment. Teams will play 4 on 4, on a 30 X 35 yard field. They will play four 10 minute quarters; referees and goalies are not used at this level. 4th/5th Grade Division (U10) The U10 program will be offered to children in grades 4 and 5 with the intent for continued growth in the sport, while also preparing players for the next progression to either GDU or other more organized soccer leagues. This division will practice at least one day a week outside of regular scheduled games. We encourage all soccer enthusiasts to check out the Glacial Drumlin Soccer program. The league offered by CAP is strictly a recreational league, focusing on fundamentals, equal play, and learning basic plays. Glacial Drumlin United (GDU) is a soccer club comprised of over 200 players from the communities of Cambridge, Deerfield, Lake Mills and Waterloo; with ages ranging from eight to nineteen. For further information or to register contact Anne Aplin at gdusoccer@



The SNAG golf philosophy is focused on getting students to learn when to play shots and how they are used in the game of golf. Personal golf clubs not needed for this camp. Maximum 10 participants.

Adam Hosey

CAP Director of Athletic & Fitness Operations (608) 423-8108

Children’s Karate Days/Dates: Mondays & Wednesdays Session I: September 9 – October 16 Session II: October 28 December 11 (no class week of 11/25) Session III: January 6 - February 12 Ages: 5 & up Location: CES Cafeteria Belt Category



Advanced (novice red, junior white, black stripe, novice white/yellow, junior white/ yellow stripe)

5:45 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

$50 R / $65 NR

Beginner (new to program & plain white belt)

6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

$45 R / $60 NR

Sensei Patricia Bolton has been practicing martial art for over 20 years with experience in multiple disciplines. She holds a 3rd degree black belt and the title of Shidoin. For more information about Sensei Patricia Bolton please visit Students are not required to purchase a uniform. If a student chooses to purchase a uniform it will be roughly $25-$30 (based on size) and purchased through Sensei Bolton. A belt test out fee of $30 will be accessed upon completion of skills. The belt test out fee includes a belt and official certificate of completion through Shorin Ryu Karatedo International. Min 6 / Max 20

Open Gym Dates: Sundays, November 10 – February 23 (except 11/24, 12/15, 12/22, & 12/29)

Time: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Location: CHS Gymnasiums Grades: K – 12 Fee: $5 Basketball, tag, kickball, soccer, and volleyball are only a few of the options at Open Gym! All age groups will be supervised, parents are welcome to attend. All participants must register online.

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Junior Golf FUNdamentals Dates: Tuesday, September 3 – October 8 Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Grades: 3-8 Location: Lake Ripley Country Club Fee: $100 R / $115 NR All classes will consist of basic instruction, contests and games with prizes on a playable SNAG golf course. Led by PGA Pro, Jon Zellmer and in coordination with SNAG golf, this 5 week camp will teach juniors the basics of putting, chipping, pitching, and launching.

Cambridge Youth Wrestling Club Date: November 2 Time 6:00 p.m. Location: CHS Room 106 The Cambridge Youth Wrestling Club offers a wrestling program open to all youth! For information regarding the club please contact Cory Stenjem at (608) 220-6939 or 5

YOUTH ACTIVITIES Lil’ Jays Travel Basketball Program

NMS Spirit Squad

Girls Season: October 26 – December 7 (except for 11/30) Registration deadline: September 16th Boys Season: January 4 – February 8 Registration deadline: December 2nd Grades: 4 – 8 Registration before deadline: $65 R / $80 NR Registration after deadline: $75 R / $90 NR This program is designed to provide students with an opportunity to participate at a high level of competition. A strong commitment to skill development and work ethic are integral to this program. Playing times in games may not be equal for grades six through eight. Practices and games will take place both during the week and on the weekends. Both the girls and the boys will participate in a traveling league consisting of area teams. This program requires a great deal of commitment and travel for games and tournaments. Coaches will contact players to notify them of practice times and games. Parents are asked to help with home concession stands. Some teams may participate in weekend tournaments. Parents should anticipate practices for teams to start no more than 3 weeks prior to their team’s first Saturday of games.

Dates: Mondays and Thursdays, November 18 – December 5 (except 11/28)

Time: 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Grades: 6 – 8 Location: TBD Instructor: Hannah Thompson & CHS Spirit Squad Members Registration before October 18: $40 R / $55 NR After October 18: $50 R / $65 NR Learn pom-pom, cheer and dance skills! The Spirit Squad is a great introduction to the sport of dance and poms. Participants will learn a routine which will be performed at half-time of a varsity basketball game on Friday, December 6th. Fee includes matching spirit squad t-shirt.

Basketball FUNdamentals Dates: Saturdays, November 30 – Grade Time January 18 (except 12/21 & 12/28) 4K & K 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Location: CES Gymnasium 1 9:15 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Registration before November 8: $30 R / $40 NR After November 8: $35 R / $45 NR Join the CHS girls basketball team as they introduce your child to the sport of basketball. Each week will introduce new skills and techniques related to the game. What they learn here will create a strong foundation of skills, an attitude of sportsmanship, and a love for basketball. Cost includes instruction and a commemorative t-shirt.

Grade 3 FUNdamentals Dates: Late November - mid January Location: CES Gymnasium Grade: 3 Registration before November 8: $30 R / $45 NR After November 8: $40 R / $55 NR Third grade students will have the opportunity to learn the game of basketball with their classmates. Coaches will designate practice times. Each week will include instruction and skill development, along with 3 vs. 3 mini games. Pending schedule, each boys and girls team may be registered for one tournament at the end of the 6 weeks.

Spirit Clinic Dates: February 10, 11, and 13. Time: 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Grades: 1 – 5 Location: CES Commons Instructors: Hannah Thompson & CHS Spirit Squad Members Registration before January 24: $22 R / $33 NR After January 24: $32 R / $43 NR Now is the time for your child to learn pom-pom and cheer skills! The Spirit Clinic is a great introduction to the sport of cheer-leading, dance, and poms. Participants will meet three times to learn a routine, which will be performed during half-time of the varsity basketball game on Tuesday, February 18th. Fee includes a commemorative t-shirt and pom-poms.

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Drum Set Studies Days: Thursdays Session I: September 19 – October 24 Session II: November 7 – December 19 (no class on 11/28) Session III: January 9 – February 13 Times: Beginning at 4:30 p.m. and run on the ½ hr Ages: 8 & up Instructor: Greg Marsh Location: NMS Room 102 Fee: $210 R / $225 NR Over the six week session, these 30 minute lessons will provide one-on-one instruction for anyone from beginner to advanced levels. Instructor, Greg Marsh is a Cambridge resident with 40 years experience as a professional drummer/percussionist. Equipment and course materials will be dis-cussed after the first class. Once registered, CAP will contact you to set up your weekly time slot.

STEM for Kids – Roboteers ASSEMBLE! Dates: Tuesdays, September 10 – October 15 Times: 3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Location: CES Room 129 Grades: 2 – 6 Fee: $130 R / $145 NR New Roboteers will utilize the We Do 2.0 kits to design, build, and code robots to meet real world challenges. Participants will learn how to use sensors and motors to get their robots to respond to their commands. Discover the excitement of the Mars Land Rover, design a speedy racecar, join in on robotic parade and more. Experienced Roboteers will be challenged to take their skills to a new level with advanced builds and engineering adventures. Think carnival rides, catapults, exercise bikes, and Sumo Bots! Prepare to be challenged, amazed, and engaged in intense FUN! Minimum 8 participants WWW.CAMBRIDGECAP.NET



Day: Friday September 13 – Minute to Win it games & movie Adam Kathryn Jenkins October 18 –Hosey Monster Mash Halloween party & movie CAP Director of Athletic CAP Director of November – Mini Scarecrows & movie Aquatics Operations & Fitness8Operations (608) 423-8108 (608) 423-8097 December 13 – Pool Party January 10 – Winter Wonder sledding & movie February 21 – Beach Life activities & movie Time: 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Grades: 4K - 5 Location: CAP CARE Fee: $10 per night / per child Drop the kids off and head out for date night! CAP staff will have fun programming planned to keep the kids entertained while the parents get away. Registration closes the Wednesday prior to the event. Min 8 / Max 14



Parent’s Night Out




STEM for Kids – To Fly or Not to Fly

(Aerospace Engineering) Dates: Tuesdays, October 22 – Hollis Jordan Nichols DecemberMandy 3 (no class the week of 11/25) CAP CARE CAP Park, Recreation Times: 3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Coordinator & Youth Director (608) 423-8044 (608) 423-8045 Location: CES Room 129 Grades: 2 – 6 Fee: $130 R / $145 NR The feats of mankind in the world of aerospace are nothing but awe-inspiring - the Beluga trans-porter, the supersonic jets, Armstrong’s moon landing and the well-choreographed descent of Curiosity on Mars to name a few. As the next frontier of asteroid mining and space travel unravels, let’s understand what it takes to get off the ground and fly. This program delves into the foundations of aerospace technologies. Participants face off with powerful air; experience its drag and pressure; discover the delicate balance of forces and explore the future of aerospace. The children will have a BLAST building rockets, designing parachutes, testing gliders, and inventing future concepts! Minimum 8 participants

STEM for Kids – Virtual Reality Dates: Tuesdays, January 14 – February 18 Times: 3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Location: CES Room 129 Grades: 2 – 6 Fee: $130 R / $145 NR Virtual reality (VR) is taking arts, gaming, movies and technology to a whole new frontier. VR involves creating 3D computer generated immersive environments that allow the player / viewer to manipulate objects or perform a series of actions. Participants with take their limitless imagination and bring it to life in the creation of their very own virtual reality worlds. We will be able to go inside their amazing worlds with a Smartphone in the cardboard VR goggles the participants will receive. Children will drag and drop from a huge array of items and have the opportunity to animate as well as code (if able) their worlds. What new worlds will we walk into? Animated zoos, underwater explorations, space adventures? We can’t wait to find out! Minimum 8 participants

Home Alone Safety/Babysitting Safety Training Date: Saturday, October 12 Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ages: 10 – 15 Instructor: Amanda Hollis Location: CES Library Fee: $75 R / $ 90 NR In cooperation with the American Red Cross, this course offers youth a babysitter’s safety certificate & Shaken Baby Syndrome certificate. The course addresses safety issues, preventing injuries and illness, first aid, decision making skills for students who plan on staying home alone or those interested in babysitting. They will also learn basic child care, and age appropriate behavior and play. Students should bring snacks and a sack lunch. Min 6 / Max 12 7


Youth Center Date: Monday – Friday, ongoing (beginning 9/3)

Time: 3:00 pm- 6:00 pm Grades: 5-8

The Youth Center will be closed Oct 23-25, Nov 8 & 27-29, Dec 23-31, Jan 1 & 20, and Feb 14

(Current Cambridge Students)

Fee: Free *Students must have a registration form and signed code of conduct on file to attend the Youth Center.

Come check out our newly renovated rooms!

Early Release & No School Days The Cambridge Area Youth Center may offer additional programming or hours on early release and no school days. These special programs are marketed separately and likely to incur their own registration and fees. The Youth Center does not operate on holidays, school district recognized holidays, and when school is closed or released early due to weather.

Located in the Nikolay Middle School, the Youth Center offers: • A safe environment for kids • Activities and opportunities to build teamwork and cooperation • Diverse, qualified, caring, and adult aged supervision for students • Assistance with homework and other academic related activities • Opportunities to meet peers and build positive relationships • Occasional special events • Self-guided activities • A free afternoon snack

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Recreational activities offered,but not limited to: • Football • Basketball • Computers • Movies • Board games

• Reading • Video games • Volunteer opportunities • Computer access with filtered internet • Crafts

To Register: Parent may register their student by completing online registration, or by completing a hard copy form located outside of the Youth Center. For questions, parents are encourage to contact Jordan Nichols, Director at (608) 423-8045 or


Youth Center Afterhours

New this year, silent auction fundraiser!

Date: Fridays, October 18, December 13, February 21 Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. More details coming soon! Grades: 5-8 Fee: $4, food/drink included Join the Youth Center for some extended time of fun and excitement. Based on the time of year these evenings could include events outside, trivia, or even visits to the Cambridge Area Pool. These afterhours will include a meal for all participants. Minimum 10 participants.


Dates: Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Saturday: 8:15 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. (On-going class; new members are welcome to join anytime.)

Endure Boot Camp Dates: Mondays Session I: September 9 – October 14 Session II: October 28 – December 9 (no class week of 11/25) Session III: January 6 – February 10 Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Location: CHS Small Gym Instructor: Lesli Rumpf Fee: $50 R / $65 NR Can you endure this one hour, heart pumping and muscle taxing workout? This boot camp style class isn’t just for the seasoned participant. Modifications will be made for all fitness levels. This class is about YOU challenging yourself to be better, stronger and to break down those mental barriers. Join us and find out what you can endure! Please bring a water bottle and mat to each class. Min 8 / Max 20

Active Adults Open Basketball Dates: Wednesdays, November 13 - March 25 (excludes 12/25 and 1/1) Times: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Location: NMS Historical Auditorium Fee: FREE If league play is no longer your idea of fun, check out open basketball! This casual pick-up league changes each week as new players come and go. Come to shoot some hoops and stay for the camaraderie!

Walking for Wellness Fee: FREE Stay active during the cold winter months. The Walking for Wellness program is free; all walkers are asked to check in at the school office upon arrival. Walking for Wellness Walking will Dates: October 21 - December 20 be available Day Time Location on all regularly scheduled Mon – Fri 7:00 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. CHS Halls school days. Mon, Wed, Fri

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

NMS Historical

Tues, Thurs

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

NMS Historical

Location: CES Gymnasium April through August NMS Historical Gym September through March Fee: Includes unlimited classes at Cambridge, Jefferson and Marshall Jazzercise: Auto pay (EFT) $37 month (12 month minimum) or $46 month (no minimum) or Non EFT pass: $50 = 1 month or $129 = 3 months Single or Trial Class: $10 One week pass: $15 10 class punch pass: $80 (3 month expiration) Jazzercise membership includes a variety of workout formats. Classes include both high and low impact options which make the classes suitable for all ages and fitness levels. • Dance Mixx – High intensity workout that mixes dance-based cardio with strength training. • Interval Dance Mixx – Adds High Intensity Interval Training (HiiT) cardio bursts to get your heart pumping and push your metabolism into overdrive. • Fusion – This circuit-based High Intensity Interval Training (HiiT) class fuses cardio pumping dance moves with muscle work. • Interval Fusion – Takes High Intensity Interval Training (HiiT) to the max for a sustained calorie burn, by alternating intense cardio blasts with muscle chiseling strength work. • Strength60 – A full hour of fat-burning, muscle-building balance work. • Flip Fusion – Targeted, long-lasting muscle carving sets with short blasts of intense cardio for a max calorie burn while you tone. Participants should bring water, a mat for floor work, and weights for toning and strengthening. Check out our class Facebook page: www. Class members may also attend other area Jazzercise classes offered by Christine Kenseth: Marshall Early Learning Center & Jefferson VFW Rec Center at no additional charge. Register at any class or call Christine Kenseth, Franchised Instructor (608) 201-9236.

Get Golf Ready “FORE” Adults Dates: Tuesdays, September 3 – October 8 Time: 5:15 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. Location: Lake Ripley Country Club Fee: $100 R / $115 NR Get Golf Ready “Fore” Adults is a program that consists of 5 onehour clinic style lessons that are designed to teach you everything you need to know so that you can step out on the course and play with confidence! This is a great opportunity for beginner and intermediate adults to learn the game in a fun relaxed environment while meeting new friends to play with! Maximum 10 participants. 9


AARP Safe Driving Class

Ladies Day Away!

Date: Thursday, October 24 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Location: CES Community Room #129 Ages: 50 & up Fee: $15 for AARP Members / $20 for Non AARP Members *$5.00 processing fee to be added Instructor: Neil McCallum, AARP Safe Driving Volunteer The AARP Smart Driver Course is the nation’s first and largest driver safety course designed especially for drivers ages fifty and up. The interactive course is intended to help drivers live more independently as they age and remain safe on today’s roads. Participants will receive a Smart Driver Guidebook to keep, and a certificate of completion to be submitted to participant’s private insurance agencies. 15 maximum participants

Ladies Day Away Dates: Saturdays, October 12, November 9, December 7, January 11, & February 8 Time: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Location: CHS IMC Fee: FREE Have you ever wanted a day to just get away and do your own thing? We’re providing the location, you provide the activity. Quilting, scrapbooking, knitting, sewing, crafting, painting, reading, etc. Come for a couple hours, or join us for the whole day. A quiet area with computers will be available if you’d like to get some work or studying done...away from home.

Women’s Self Defense Workshop Dates: Saturday, October 19 Times: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Location: CES Room 129 Ages: 14 & up Fee: $50 R / $65 NR Instructor: Sensei Patricia Bolton, IMOK LLC Learn to protect yourself during this 6 hour workshop. Self-protection is more than just physical techniques. Protecting yourself comes in many forms. Sensei Patricia Bolton, 3rd Dan, of IMOK, LLC and Shin Gi Tai Wisconsin will guide you through learning not only the physical techniques used to defend yourself if attacked, but also red flag behaviors to watch for, how to use your body’s reaction to danger to your advantage, safety measures to take to help you avoid danger and how to get help if you need it. Appropriate for ages 14 and up. Minimum 8 participants. 10

Actively Aging Attention Cambridge area residents age 55 or better! Join the CAP for one of our fantastic senior citizen programs. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to socialize and meet new friends. Luncheons Dates: September 11 & 25, October 9 & 23, November 13, December 11, January 8, February 12 Time: 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Location: Oakland-Cambridge Presbyterian Church Fee: $4.00 per luncheon Please note: RSVPs are required one week prior to luncheon to help us plan for meals. Please call (608) 423-8045 to make your reservation.

Thank you to the Cambridge Foundation for their continued support of these luncheons, and to the Keystone Grill for being our local food provider.

Active Adults Exercise Program Days: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, ongoing (no class 11/29, 12/25, 1/1)

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. Location: NMS Historical Auditorium Fee: FREE A great chance to stretch and strengthen your muscles! Chairs will be available for balance and also for those who prefer to do exercises sitting down. This class will provide you with cardiovascular exercise, increased flexibility and coordination as well as provide a positive social environment.

COMMUNIT Y AND FAMILY EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES Cambridge Community Café Date: First Thursday of every month Time: 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Location: Cambridge High School Cafeteria Fee: FREE Please join in the fun at the monthly community dinner! This free dinner is open to all Cambridge residents. Each evening is sponsored by a local organization of group. We’ll build community through friendship, family and fellowship while enjoying delicious food. Come warm your soul with home cooking and camaraderie! Volunteers are always welcome! Upcoming sponsors: September 5 – East Koshkonong Lutheran Church October 3 – Lake Ripley 4-H Club November 7 – Grace Lutheran Church December 5 – Cambridge School District January 2 – Lions Club February 6 – Dip for Dozer

Dunkin’ for Pumpkins Date: Friday, October 25 Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Location: CACP Fee: $6 R / $8 NR (no charge for parents or chaperones)

Registration Deadline: October 21, 2019 Note: MUST pre-register, no day of registration will be accepted. We’re turning the pool into a pumpkin patch! Come swim with the pumpkins as they float around the pool. Your child will be able to enjoy games in and around the pool while swimming with the pumpkins. Kids will dunk for their pumpkins at designated age group time slots. Bring your trick or treat bags for an extra treat. Due to the nature of this event there will be NO day of registration. All registration must be done ahead of time by the registration deadline; this is to ensure everyone attending is able to enjoy the event. Children under the

Date: Sunday, December 8 Time: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Location: CES Commons Fee: $8 per plate (under 2 years free) Welcome in the holiday season with this special

event. Enjoy breakfast, pictures with Santa, holiday

music, crafts and more! All proceeds will be used to

purchase Christmas gifts for underprivileged children in the Cambridge area.This event is a collaborative

effort between CAP, the Cambridge Fire Department, Dane County Sheriff’s Office and the CHS girls’ basketball team.

age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult and children age 7 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the pool at all times. Gold Sponsors:

Rumpf Law Office, S.C.

Silver Sponsor:


COMMUNIT Y AND FAMILY EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES Hero Dance Date: Saturday, February 15 Time: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Location: NMS new gym Fee: $5 per adult / $3 per child Grass skirts, flower shirts, tiki lights and tropical delight. We’re having a luau tonight! Join us for a Hawaiian theme Hero Dance. There will be treats, dancing, a live DJ, lei making and you’ll even learn a hula dance. Boys and girls bring your hero, whether that’s mom, dad, grandpa, grandma or some other loved one for this night to remember! You will create lasting memories at this extra special dance. Make sure to get a photograph taken as a keepsake. Heroes don’t miss out on this chance to spend some quality time with your little loved one. Hawaiian theme attire or semi-formal wear is encouraged for this special night.

Hoo’s Woods Raptor Education Show Date: Monday, December 30 Time: 1:00 p.m. Location: CES Gymnasium Fee: $10 per child (no charge for parents/chaperones) $8 per senior (65 years and older) Have you ever seen a falcon, hawk or snow owl up close and personal? This one hour program, presented by a raptor educator specialist, will give you the opportunity of a lifetime as well as a great educational experience for children. Join us for this fun program over winter break!

Fort HealthCare’s Railyard Fitness Dates: Sundays in January Time: 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ages: All ages Location; CES gymnasium Fee: FREE Join us in the month of January at the CES for Fort Health Care’s Railyard, an indoor obstacle course where you get the world’s most complete workout while having fun. The course helps develop core strength, cardiovascular fitness, balance, speed, power, agility, flexibility and coordination. The equipment was purchased by the Fort Memorial Foundation with goals of promoting family fitness, pediatric wellness and combatting childhood obesity. This portable equipment is designed to mimic activities performed in daily life – climbing, crawling, balancing, ducking, jumping and walking – it is able to be used by everyone for all ages and fitness levels.

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Ski & Snowboard Trip Date: Friday, March 6 Time: 11:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Grades: 5 & up Fee: $45 without lesson, $50 with lesson Registration deadline: with lesson – 2/15/20, without lesson – 2/22/20 Your child will have the opportunity to experience exciting and challenging sports at Cascade Mountain! Students can receive (for an additional fee) a brief lesson on how to ski or snowboard, if needed, then ski all day. The bus will depart from and return to the NMS lower parking lot. Cost includes rentals, lift ticket, and transportation; students should plan to bring extra money for lunch & dinner. *An additional waiver (available online) is required for this trip. Min 30 / Max 38

CAP Outdoor Activity & Recreation Series Keep your eyes peeled for this family winter outdoor series coming in November. Join CAP each month as we adventure outside to stay active over the winter months. Activities will include snow shoeing, ice fishing, geocashing and more!

COMMUNIT Y RESOURCES Cambridge Area EMS Cambridge Area EMS will be offering community education courses throughout the fall and winter. Please watch for the announcement of these dates. These include, · CPR for Bystanders Until Help Arrives · Stop the Bleed Cambridge Area EMS visits nursing homes in the district to update training in these facilities throughout the year. Cambridge Area EMS hosts various Church, School and Scout groups at the station for a tour of the facility. Please call (608) 423-3511 to schedule your tour.

Cambridge Library Story Times Dates: Wednesday & Friday, Fall: September 18 – November 22 Winter: January 29 - April 3 Time: 9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

Koshkonong Trails School Koshkonong Trails is a public charter school serving students in grades 7-12. Founded on the principles of hands-on, project-based learning that has a direct impact in the community. Koshkonong Trails students are active in a number of citizen science projects as well as community endeavors. For more information or to collaborate with our students and staff, please reach out! www.koshkonongtrails. org or

Reading Program Days: Third Thursday of each month beginning September 19 Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. Movie Mondays for Adults Days: Third Monday of each month beginning September 16 Time: 1:00 p.m. Nutcracker Program with the Madison Ballet Actively Aging Luncheon sponsored by the Cambridge Library Date: Wednesday, November 13 Time: 12:45 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. Location: Amundson Center Community Room




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Girls Night Out Date: Friday, October 18 Time: 5:00 p.m. Fee: $15

Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department Cambridge Fire Department is 100% volunteer, and we are always looking for more people to help fill the ranks! For more information on volunteering for your community, contact by us phone (608) 423-2014, email at, or stop down any Monday night and talk to us!

Cambridge Fire Department Appreciation Day Date: Saturday, September 7th Location: Ripley Park Time: 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Come down and join us at the annual Cambridge Fire Department Appreciation Day for a car show, poker run, bingo, kids’ activities, food, live music. See our website for more details!

Cambridge Wellness Collaborative The Cambridge Wellness Collaborative mission statement: Working together to improve the health and well-being of our community. The CWC meetings on a monthly basis throughout the school year and is always looking for new members to join the committee. Please contact Lesli Rumpf (lrumpf@cambridge.k12. if interested.

Family Health & Wellness Expo Date: Sunday, January 19 Time: 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Location: Cambridge Elementary School


Cambridge Girls Night Out features an entertaining

evening of gifts, in-store specials, wine, tasty treats, and fantastic prizes – all centered around

Cambridge’s beautiful historic Main Street. Cambridge Halloween Costume Parade Saturday, October 26 Small Business Saturday Saturday, November 30 Cambridge Classic Christmas December 6 - 8


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Rumpf Law Office, S.C.

Holiday Lights in Ripley Park Dates: November 24 – January 1 Time: Daily 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Fee: Donations appreciated at park drop box Bring your family and friends through this quaint light display that will be sure to put you in the holiday spirit! Drive through the winter scenery in the comfort of your car. Approximately a half mile of lights and displays will brighten up Ripley Park.

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Park Info

Swim Lessons

Ripley Park, located on the west shores of Lake Ripley, is an 18 acre park privately owned by the Cambridge Foundation and managed by the CAP. This beautiful park has something for everyone! Ripley Park is home to two tennis courts, a basketball court, a children’s play structure, and more.


UNIVERSITY WEEKLY SWIM LESSON SCHEDULE FALL/WINTER 2019 Session 1: September 23 – November 3 Registration deadline: Monday, September 16 Session 2: November 11 - December 20 (Sunday Lessons NOT available)

No lessons the week of 11/25 Registration deadline: Monday, November 4 Session 3: January 6 – February 12

Disc Golf

Hole sponsorships available for 2019! Contact Jordan at (608) 423-8045 for information

When Ripley Park is open for the season, patrons must pay the admission fees to get into Ripley Park. Ripley Park will close for the season after Monday, September 2. At that point, the course will be free to play on. The first tee is located just west from the North Shelter at the bottom of the hill. There is a course map posted in the message center near the parking lot. Once the park is closed for the summer, restroom facilities will be closed. Park hours are 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. The Disc Golf Course will be closed early November. Donations for the maintenance and improvements for the Disc Golf Course are appreciated and can be sent to: Ripley Park, PO Box 54, Cambridge, WI 53523.

(Friday & Sunday Lessons NOT available)

Registration deadline: Monday, December 30

Session Pricing



5:00 – 5:30 pm Swim 101 Swim Strokes 201

5:00 – 5:30 pm Swim 101 Swim Strokes 201

5:35 – 6:20 pm Swim 102/103 Swim Strokes 202/203

5:35 – 6:20 pm Swim Strokes 202/203 Advanced Strokes 302/303

*Please note a $10 late fee will be added after registration deadlines.

6:25 – 6:55 pm Swim 101 Advanced Strokes 301

6:25 – 7:10 pm Swim 102/103 Swim Strokes 202/203




Session 1&2 only

Session 1 only

10:30-11:00 am Swim 101 11:15-11:45 am Swim 101

1:00-1:30 pm Swim 101 Parent & Me 101 Parent & Me 102

5 Week Session Fee: $37 R / $42 NR Pool Pass Holder: $32

6 Week Session Fee: $42 R / $47 NR Pool Pass Holder: $37

5:30 – 6:15 pm Advanced Strokes 302/303 Lifesaving Strokes 402/403 6:20 – 6:50 pm Parent & Me 101 Parent & Me 102

1:35-2:20 pm Swim 102/103 Swim Strokes 202/203

Private Swim Lessons Location: CACP Fee: $25 per 30 minute lesson $100 for five - 30 minute lessons Based on instructor availability, please contact the pool to schedule. 16


If you are new to swim team or are unsure if your child is ready for swim team please contact Kathryn toAdam set upHosey a preseason CAP Director of Athletic skills evaluation for Thursday, & Fitness Operations September(608) 12,423-8108 2019.





Kathryn Jenkins CAP Director of Aquatics Operations (608) 423-8097

NEW LAST YEAR: If your child is brand new to swim team (they have not participated at all before) they are asked to attend session 1 as a pre-requisite to session 2. We will not be accepting “new to swim team” swimmers for second session. If your child has participated in Blue Fins before but cannot attend session 1 they are still welcome to join second session. Questions? Contact Kathryn at or 608-423-8097.

Blue Fins Youth Swim Team Days: Wednesday – Thursday Session 1: September 18 - December 5 (No practice 10/23, 10/24, 11/27, 11/28)

Session 2: December 11 - February 5 (No practice 12/25, 12/26, 1/1, 1/16)

A preseason meeting for both sessions will be held on Thursday, September 12 at 6 p.m. in the CES commons. Grade Time K–3 3:15 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. 4&5 4:00 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. 6 & up 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Location: CACP Fee: $85 R / $100 NR

We ask all parents and swimmers to attend the preseason meeting on Thursday, September 12 at 6 p.m. in the CES commons. Our suit vendor, Simply Swimming may have suits available to try on at the meeting. Parent volunteer positions will be discussed, tentative schedules will be handed out, and other topics will be addressed during this time. ***NOTE: We will only hold one preseason meeting. If you plan to participate in either session you are asked to attend the meeting on September 12th.

* Registration deadline: September 12.

The Blue Fins is a competitive youth swim team open to any swimmer from Kindergarten to 12th grade who meet the minimum requirements. Our emphasis is on teamwork, individual motivation, self-esteem, and fun. Swimmers improve their swimming skills, get great exercise and make new friends. Meets are generally Friday nights and occasional Saturdays. Parents are asked to help at home swim meets. Fall/Winter sports schedules may overlap with swim team. We are understanding in this situation and would encourage swimmers to contact Kathryn or the coach as applicable. Skill requirements vary by age group. 8 and under: Must be able to swim 25 yds freestyle and 25 yds back stroke without stopping 9 and up: Must demonstrate the basics of or able to swim the four competitive strokes as follows: 50 yds of freestyle and 50 yds of backstroke, basic knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly

Thank you to our Pace Clock Sponsors!

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AQUATICS Masters Swimming

Lifeguard Certification Course Ages: 15 & up Location: CACP Fee: $215 R / $250 NR Take this course and become an American Red Cross certified lifeguard. Individuals must pass a skill test including: • 300 yard swim: 100 yards front crawl, 100 yards breaststroke, 100 yards of either front crawl or breaststroke • Swim 20 yard approach, retrieve 10 pound brick from bottom of pool and return back 20 yards to starting point • Tread water for 2 minutes Participants MUST attend all dates and times. No exceptions!

Fall Class

Winter Class

October 23

1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

December 20

4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

October 24

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

December 21

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

October 25

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

December 22

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

October 26

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

December 23

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

October 27

8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

December 31

8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Registration deadline: Oct. 14, 2019

Registration deadline: Dec. 11, 2019

Pool Deck Yoga Day: TBD (Will be Tuesdays or Thursdays) Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Instructor: Erin Frey Fee: $80/session | $12/drop-in (drop-in availability announced when registration closes)

Session 1: October 1 - November 21 Session 2: January 7 - February 27 Join us for a lunch hour of self care, come relax and wring it out at Pool Deck Yoga. We are excited to partner once again with Erin Frey, certified Yoga teacher and owner of Holistic Intentions, for Yoga on the pool deck. The heated space will be therapeutic for your joints and muscles. Erin will lead you in a one hour flow that will help cultivate a present moment awareness in your mind and body. All levels are welcome. Please bring your own mat. Erin will have extra blocks and straps if needed. Min 10 /Max 20


Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays Time: 5:45 a.m. – 6:45 a.m. Location: CACP Instructor: Zeus Arreguin Fee: $100 R / $115 NR Session 1: September 17 – November 21 Session 2: December 3 – February 6 (no class 12/24 or 12/31) Session 3: February 11 - April 16 During each session we will focus first on technique and then on endurance. We swim all four strokes, although butterfly is always optional; feel free to join us even if you haven’t mastered them. We use many drills throughout the session in order to perfect our technique. Our workouts are easy on the joints, are scaled for different fitness levels and abilities, and provide great exercise for the entire body. Masters Swimming is a fun and challenging workout that helps improve stroke technique while building endurance. Coach Z has years of experience working with all swimming abilities from seasoned athletes to beginning lap swimmers. Coach Z is able to help you with whatever you fitness goals might be. Minimum 10 participants. *A pool membership is NOT required to participate.

Fit After 50 Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays Time: 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Location: CACP Fee: $5 R / $6 NR per class 10 punch: $45 R / $55 NR 20 punch: $80 R / $95 NR This non-impact, cardiovascular workout is designed to build muscles, increase flexibility and improve functional fitness. Each class will be held in the shallow end of the pool and will end with a stretching sessions for a total body workout.

Aquacize Days: Mondays & Wednesdays 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Location: CACP Fee: $5 R / $6 NR per class 10 punch: $45 R / $55 NR 20 punch: $80 R / $95 NR Join this fun, upbeat, and challenging class that will increase your cardiovascular stamina while building muscle. Routines will include exercises in both the shallow and deep water. Come ready to sweat, work, and have a good time.


Cambridge Area Community Pool YOU CAN RENT THE POOL! The Cambridge Pool is available for rent for private events, birthday parties, and much more! A standard pool rental includes: Lifeguards, Pool and Locker Room use, use of the cafeteria for food, cake and gift opening. Need to add a little more fun? Add on the full Wibit to include the Wiggle Bridge and Slide for $35 add on fee, for groups with kids ages 7 and up or just add on the slide for the little swimmers for $15. Please contact the pool at (608) 423-8097 for pricing and availability.

Pool Passes – price includes tax Day Passes









Senior (Age 62 & over) Student (Age 5-17)



Child (Age 0-4)












Senior (Age 62 & over) Student (Age 5-17)



9 month









Senior (Age 62 & over) Student (Age 5-17)



3 Month









Senior (Age 62 & over) Student (Age 5-17)








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Senior (Age 62 & over) Student (5-17)





Per Class



10 Punch Pass



20 Punch Pass



10 Punch Pass (Open/Lap Swim)

20 Punch Pass (Open/Lap Swim)

Water Aerobics Class

CHANGES IN POOL HOURS Closed All Day: Monday, September 2 Thursday, November 28 Tuesday, December 24 Wednesday, December 25 Tuesday, December 31 Wednesday, January 1 Saturday, February 1

(minimum 3 participants)

Closed Part of Day: Tuesday, September 17 (5-8pm) Thursday, January 16 (5-8pm) Monday - Friday: January 6-24 (8-11am)

*Family admission fees are for up to five family members living at the same address. Each additional member is $2.00 resident /$3.00 non-resident. Punch cards are non-refundable and do not expire. Non-resident is defined as a member who lives outside the School District of Cambridge.



Funtastic | Pool Schedule

Cambridge Community Pool Fall/Winter 2019 September 1- February 29




6:00 AM 6:30 AM

** Masters 5:45 - 6:45

Lap Swim 6:00 - 7:30

7:00 AM Lap Swim 6:00 - 9:30

7:30 AM


Thursday ** Masters 5:45 - 6:45

Lap Swim 6:00 - 7:30

**Note Fit After 50 7:00 to 8:00

*Lap Swim 6:00 - 9:30




Lap Swim 6:00 - 7:30

**Note Fit After 50 7:00 to 8:00

8:00 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 9:30 AM

Open/Lap 8:00 12:00

School Curriculum

10:00 AM

** Note Aquacize 9:00 to 10:00

10:30 AM 11:00 AM 11:30 PM 12:00 PM

Open/Lap Swim 11:30 - 1:00

Open/Lap Swim 11:30 - 1:00

Open/Lap Swim 11:30 - 1:00

12:30 PM 1:00 PM Lap Swim 1:00 to 2:30

1:30 PM

Lessons 1:00 to 2:30

2:00 PM 2:30 PM Open/Lap Swim 2:30 - 4:00

3:00 PM 3:30 PM Blue Fins 3:15 6:30

Blue Fins 3:15 6:30

4:00 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM

Lessons 5:00 - 7:00 **Lap Swim 5:30 8:00 Aquacize 7:00 - 8:00

**Lap Swim 6:00 8:00

Lessons 5:00 - 7:45

Lessons 5:30 - 6:45 **Lap Swim 5:30 8:00

Open/Lap Swim 6:00 - 8:00 Aquacize 7:00 - 8:00

8:00 PM

Cambridge Community Activities Program Office Phone Number (608) 423-8108. Pool Phone Number (608) 423-8097 **During these times there may only be two lap lanes available for lap swimming. Holiday Hours/Closed All Day: 9/2, 11/28, 12/24, 12/25, 12/31, 1/1, 2/1 Other Closures: 8-11am 1/6-1/24 | 5-8pm 9/17 & 1/16 20



If you would like to participate in one of our programs, please register in advance of the registration deadline. One week prior to the start date, we determine if enrollment is sufficient to hold the program. By registering early, you will assist us in providing the best organization and administration of all programs. Your cooperation in registering early will ensure all participants and instructors are given ample time to prepare for programs.

It is the policy of the Community Activities Program that those who participate in Community Activities Programs should help subsidize the overall cost of that activity. Therefore, fees are assessed to activities based on the needs of that particular activity.

Registration Registration for recreation programs must be received one week prior to the start date. Please note all beginning dates on programs as to not miss a session. Registration for youth and adult sports leagues is specified in that particular section of the brochure. If registrations are received more than seven days after the due date, registration is not guaranteed and may incur additional expenses. No email registrations will be accepted; phone registrations will be accepted with credit card payment. Registration is taken on a first come, first served basis and programs may fill up quickly. Spots will not be held without payment.

Registration Options:

Scan with your mobile device

Option #1: Online Using our website, , click on “Register Now.” This will direct you to our secure, online registration database. Click on “Click Here to Log In and Register.” You will be guided through a process of creating a family login and password that you will use each time you register. At the end of the registration you will need to pay with a credit card. You will then receive a registration confirmation and receipt via email to complete the process. Option #2: Mail Registration form at and payment may be mailed to: Cambridge Community Activities Program, PO Box 54, Cambridge, WI 53523 Option #3: Walk-In Drop off the registration form and payment at the Activities Office - Room 115, Cambridge High School. Please use the District Office entrance at the high school. Forms may also be dropped off at the Cambridge Community Pool or the Cambridge CAP Youth Center. Option #4: Phone Contact our main office at 608-423-8108 to register over the phone, and pay via visa or mastercard

The first program fees listed in the brochure are for Cambridge School District residents (R). To qualify for the resident fee you must reside in the Cambridge School District or attend Cambridge Schools. The second fee listed is for non-residents (NR). Non-residents are those who do not reside in the Cambridge School District. Residents support the school district through tax-dollars, while non-residents pay to participate through higher registration fees. All participants must pay in full at the time of registration; however, participation in programs to School District residents will not be denied due to financial constraints.

Sunshine Fund A private fund has been established to ensure all children are able to participate in CAP activities. We encourage all School District residents in need of financial assistance contact the Activities Director for further information.

Volunteer Opportunities Many volunteer opportunities are available within the Cambridge CAP, as volunteers are needed to make this program successful. Please list your name, telephone number, and the particular area that you are interested in volunteering with on the registration form. To ensure the safety of our participants, background checks are performed on all CAP employees and volunteers. *CAP is always looking for attractive and innovative programming ideas. If you have any suggestions, ideas, or are interested in teaching a class, please feel free to contact the office in writing at CAP, PO Box 54, Cambridge, WI 53523 or by phone at (608) 423-8108.

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Option #5: Drop Box Registrations forms may be dropped in our drop box, located outside of the District Office doors at the Cambridge High School.

Registration Confirmation A receipt of payment will be provided via email for all registrations to the email address provided in your online account. If you do not receive a receipt you may not be registered. Please contact the CAP office to inquire at (608) 423-8108. 21


even a little

can mean

so much. Because of your time and generosity, a child in our area might not have to go to sleep hungry tonight.

The Food Pantry provides food assistance, resources, and emergency aid to residents of the Cambridge School District. Families and individuals residing in the Cambridge School District in need of assistance are welcome to shop at the pantry on Monday evenings. A photo ID and proof of residency are required.

Staffed Hours: Mondays: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Wednesdays: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Thursdays: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

We Need You! Volunteer or donate today!

Many volunteers and donations are needed to make the Food Pantry & Resource Center successful. Anyone interested in more information is asked to contact Nancy at or (608) 423-8142. Volunteers can register online by going to then clicking on Get Involved and Volunteerism.

Cambridge Food Pantry and Resource Center Shopping Hours: Mondays, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Address: 211 South Street, NMS

Thanksgiving Basket Pick Up Date: Wednesday, November 20 Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Holiday Basket Pick Up Date: Wednesday, December 18 Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

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CAP Fall/Winter 2019-2020 Brochure  

CAP Fall/Winter 2019-2020 Brochure