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Carol Stream’s biggest dog festival is moving to Carol Stream Town Center for an arf-ternoon full of four-legged fun! dog Olympics

Off-leash dog park

agility demos

Service Dog Demos

Doggie shopping

rover rest area

Bark park pass renewals

Frisbee Dog Demos

Enter our photo contest at csbarks.org

AKC evaluations An Illinois Distinguished Agency I National Gold Medal Award Winner 2002, 2008

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Try These Five For Fall!

Contents

Fall 2012

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Special Events > Fall Fitness 5k

Photo Scavenger Hunt CSBarks Dog Festival

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Adult Sports > Softball Leagues

Sports Classes Fall Tournaments

Fitness > Fitness Center Memberships

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Your Park District > Park Map

Plant a Tree Carol Stream Parks Foundation

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Special Interest

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> Hobbies & Skills

Dance Lessons

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Special Needs

Try zumba, BodyPump, PiYo and more for free anytime in October - our free fitness month! Sign up for a free six punch fitness pass. Page 15.

Photo Scavenger Hunt We’ve teamed up with West Chicago and Winfield for a three town, team photo challenge. Explore all three towns and compete for points in this new creative challenge. Page 27. {sports tournaments}

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Registration Information

Youth Activity Guide If you have kids age 0-17, we have a special recreation guide full of fun programs and activities just for them. Want a copy? Call us at (630) 7846100 and we’ll mail you one. You can also shop online at csparks.org.

Photography Policy Carol Stream Park District occasionally takes photographs of participants in park district programs, classes or events for marketing purposes. Park District residents are also welcome to submit their own photos to info@ csparks.org.

Summer Blast Softball Tournament Form a team and sign up for this 14” coed softball tournament played on the new all-weather ballfields at the new look McCaslin Park. Page 8. {forever young}

Senior Oktoberfest Prost! Enjoy delicious German food, music, bingo and prizes at our annual Forever Young Oktoberfest and Bingo Celebration on Sept 27. Page 32.

Location Guide Park District activities are held at the following facilities, unless noted otherwise in the activity description. See the map on page 20 for directions. Simkus Recreation Center, 849 W. Lies Rd., Carol Stream, IL 60188 Armstrong Park, Illini Rd, Carol Stream, IL 60188

How to Register

40 Years for Conservation Foundation

Online: Browse the full activity guide online, register for activities and pay by credit card at csparks.org In person: Complete a registration form and pay by cash, check or credit card at Simkus Recreation Center. By Mail: Complete a registration form and mail the form and check to Simkus Recreation Center, 849 W Lies Rd, Carol Stream, IL 60188

Payment Full payment for most programs is due at the time of registration. Payment may be made by cash, check or credit card (Visa/MC/ AMEX/DISC). Make checks payable to the Carol Stream Park District. There is a $20 fee for returned checks.

Program Capacity All programs have minimum and maximum enrollments. If the minimum enrollment is not met one week prior to the program date, the Park District may have to cancel, postpone or consolidate the program with another program. If the program is cancelled, full credits will be issued.

Waiting Lists Once the maximum enrollment is met for a class, a waiting list will be formed. We will create additional classes when feasible and you will be contacted. Credits will be processed after the first class.

Insurance The Park District does not carry medical or accident insurance for program participants or park patrons. Please review your personal health insurance plan to be certain that you and your family have proper coverage.

Financial Assistance

Green Up Your Workout Running shoes are designed to last for 300-400 miles of use. So what do you do with worn out running shoes? Nike’s Reuse-A-Shoe program was created to solve the problem. Old shoes of any brand are collected and recycled to be used to build new tracks, basketball and tennis courts. Shoes can be dropped off at Nike stores or mailed to the recycling center. Visit nikereuseashoe.com for details. For more information on how the Carol Stream Park District is taking action against climate change, go to csparks.org/environment

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This program guide is printed on recycled paper using eco-friendly soy ink. You can help our guides become even greener - when the season’s over, don’t trash them, recycle them!

We offer financial assistance/scholarships for qualified Carol Stream Park District residents. Confidential applications are available at the Simkus Recreation Center.

Satisfaction Guaranteed! Our goal is your satisfaction! If you are not completely satisfied with any Carol Stream Park District program, class or event, please tell us! We will work to earn your satisfaction. If you are still not completely satisfied, we will transfer your registration to another program or session, or issue you a refund - that’s our guarantee!

McCaslin Park, 27W650 North Avenue, West Chicago, IL 60185

Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide csparks.org (630) 784-6100

The Conservation Foundation celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. The foundation works with parks districts, including the Carol Stream Park District, to help preserve natural lands, rivers and streams. Visit theconservationfoundation.org for more information.

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Equity Statement Carol Stream Park District provides programs, activities and facilities without discrimination or segregation on the grounds of race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, age, handicap or disability, sexual orientation or gender.

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Residents may begin registering upon receiving the activity guide. Non-Resident registration begins Aug 15.

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FOLLOW US

Meet Your Park Board of Commissioners Pictured from left to right: Vice President Wynn Ullman (2009-2013), Brian Sokolowski (2001-2013), President Brenda Gramann (20012013). Dan Bird (2003-2015), John Jaszka (2011-2015), Jacqueline Jeffery (2011-2015), Tim Powers (2007-2015).

FACEBOOK

The Carol Stream Park District Board of Commissioners consists of seven individuals who are elected by residents to represent the community’s best interests. The charge of the Board is to set policies that will guide the Park District. Board members serve a four-year term and receive no compensation for the time they give. They come from a variety of backgrounds and share one important trait - a commitment to serving the park and recreational needs of our community.

Arnie Biondo

Carol Stream Park District Executive Director, Arnie Biondo is dedicated to delivering high quality parks and recreation programs to the community.

Register Early

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All programs have a set minimum and maximum. If the minimum is not met, then the program may be cancelled, so please complete your registration early.

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Congratulations to The Conservation Foundation

Board Meetings

Regularly scheduled meetings of the Board are held on the second and/ or the fourth Monday of each month according to a schedule adopted by the Board yearly. Please check our website for our current meeting schedule. Regular Board Meetings begin at 7:00 pm.

TWITTER

We Save Land. We Save Rivers.

For 40 years The Conservation Foundation has been working to preserve our natural lands, rivers and streams. They are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year and the Carol Stream Park District would like to thank them for improving our quality of life by helping park districts and forest preserves create and improve parks for public enjoyment.

To learn more, visit www.theconservationfoundation.org


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Fall Fitness 5K Run & Walk Saturday, September 15 , 8am Join us for the third annual Fall Fitness 5K run and walk. USATF course perfect for any running level. Proceeds from the race benefit the Carol Stream Park District scholarship fund. All runners and walkers will receive a race t-shirt. Form a team of three, four or five runners to enter the Armstrong Cup Team Challenge. Team entry forms are available at csparks.org/5k. Runner Packet Pickup: September 13 & 14, 11am-8pm at Dick Pond Athletics, 26W515 St.Charles Road, Carol Stream or from 6-7:30am race day. Walkers/Strollers are welcome. Location: Carol Stream Town Center Early Bird Fee (by Sep 7): $25 Resident / Non-Resident Race Day Fee: $30 Resident / Non-Resident Male Runner: 28988 Female Runner: 28989

Howl’oween Dog Parade & Costume Contest Sunday, October 28, 1pm Dress up your pooch and parade around our Bark Park! Categories include best, scariest, funniest & cutest couple (dog and owner). Judges will be looking for creativity and showmanship and prizes will be awarded. Each dog will receive a treat bag! Owners must secure their dog on a six foot leash. Event may be canceled due to inclement weather or low registration. Check our website csparks.org for updates prior to the event. Location: Bark Park Carol Stream Fee: $2 Resident $3 Non-Resident 30551 dogs 6mo.+ Su 1:00- 2:00pm Oct 28

Holiday Tree Lighting Photo Scavenger Hunt Challenge

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Saturday, September 29 Snap a picture on your smart phone of a slide in a park, eating munchkins in a sand box or wearing a Halloween mask…and win cash for it! Join the park districts of Carol Stream, West Chicago and Winfield as we send you and your team out on a wild exploration of the three towns. Each team will complete an initial challenge to receive their list and then go off on their own to gather as many points as possible in the allotted time. Creativity is encouraged and rewarded! After the hunt, meet at Hawthorne’s Backyard for a pig roast, volleyball, bags & bocce. Winners will be announced and you can view the crazy team pictures. Please note: Each team is required to have at least one smart phone that is capable of taking pictures and sending them via email. Driver must be 18yrs+, ID required.

Friday, November 26, 6pm Celebrate the start of the holiday season and bring the whole family for the annual Carol Stream Holiday Tree Lighting. The event includes music, a holiday snack, hot chocolate to keep you warm, and a chance to meet Santa after he arrives on the Carol Stream fire truck. Location: Carol Stream T own Center Fee: Free

Location: Hawthorne’s Backyard 1200 W. Hawthorne Ln., West Chicago Fee: $75 Team of 2-4 $20 Additional Team Member 30553 16yrs.+ Sa 2:30- 6:30pm Sep 29

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Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100


Zumba. PiYo. Step. BodyPump. Butts & Guts. Cardio Dance. Kickboxing. Cardio & Strength. Lift & Tone. Zumba Toning. Cardio Potluck. Yoga Lates. Cardio Fit & Tone. BootCamp.

OCTOBER IS FREE FITNESS MONTH

Try any MyChoice fitness class for free* any time during October. That’s 18 different classes each week. 18 different chances to break a sweat, burn calories, and beat your fitness goals - all for free. All classes are held at the Simkus Recreation Center. Pick up your free six-class MyChoice Fitness Pass Punch at the Simkus Recreation Center service desk.

Male Runner: 28988 Female Runner: 28989

*see page 15 for full terms and conditions

csbarks.org

Carol Stream’s biggest dog festival is moving to Carol Stream Town Center for an arf-ternoon full of four-legged fun! dog Olympics

Off-leash dog park

agility demos

Service Dog Demos

Doggie shopping

rover rest area

Bark park pass renewals

Frisbee Dog Demos

AKC evaluations

Enter our photo contest at csbarks.org

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Golf Lessons

Lessons focus on basic swing, chipping, putting, and pitching techniques. Participants should bring a five or seven iron to class. Balls can be purchased at Green Valley. Price of balls NOT included in registration fee. Location: Green Valley Driving Range 26W101 Lake Street, Hanover Park. Fee: $100 Resident $120 Non-Resident 30113 16 yrs.+ Tu,Th 7:00- 8:00pm Sep 4-20

Boxing Academy

Parry & thrust under the tuition of a former World Cup competitor. You will learn the fine art of fencing, step-by-step, from beginner to advanced. All equipment is provided and children get a discount when registering with parent. No class Nov 21. Location: Glendale Heights Sports Hub 250 Civic Center Plaza, Glendale Heights

Fencing Fee: 30446 Fee: 30450

$42 Resident 16 yrs.+ W $49 Resident 16 yrs.+ W

Step into the ring and learn the basics of boxing, including rhythm, nutrition, punch combinations and self defense techniques. Mouth guards & hand wraps strongly recommended. Items available for purchase at Hanover Park Park District front desk. No experience needed. No class Oct 6, Nov 24, Dec 22. Location: 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park

Fee: 30447 Fee: 30451

Beginner

Fencing Advanced

Fee: 30105 30107

Fee: 30448 Fee: 30452

$33 Resident $50 Non-Resident 16 yrs.+ Sa 9:00- 10:00am Sep 29-Nov 10 16 yrs.+ Sa 9:00- 10:00am Nov 17-Jan 5

$62 Non-Resident 6:30- 7:30pm Sep 12-Oct 17 $69 Non-Resident 6:30- 7:30pm Oct 24-Dec 12

Fencing - Accompanying Child $21 Resident $31 Non-Resident 8-15yr. W 6:30- 7:30pm Sep 12-Oct 17 $25 Resident $38 Non-Resident 8-15yr. W 6:30- 7:30pm Oct 24-Dec 12

$45 Resident 16 yrs.+ W $49 Resident 16 yrs.+ W

$65 Non-Resident 7:30- 9:00pm Sep 12-Oct 17 $69 Non-Resident 7:30- 9:00pm Oct 24-Dec 12

Advanced Fee: 30106 30108

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$40 Resident 16 yrs.+ Sa 16 yrs.+ Sa

$60 Non-Resident 10:00- 11:30am Sep 29-Nov 10 10:00- 11:30am Nov 17-Jan 5

Fencing Advanced - Accompanying Child Fee: 30449 Fee: 30453

Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100

$23 Resident 8-15yr. W $25 Resident 8-15yr. W

$35 Non-Resident 7:30- 9:00pm Sep 12-Oct 17 $38 Non-Resident 7:30- 9:00pm Oct 24-Dec 12


ADULT SPORTS Archery

Set your sights on a sport that can be learned at any age! Learn the Olympic sport of target archery in our indoor range, under the expert tuition of Ken Walther, Regional High Performance Coach with USA Archery. All equipment is provided. No class on Sep 6 or Nov 22. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $52 Resident $72 Non-Resident 30436 16 yrs.+ Th 6:30- 7:30pm Aug 30-Sep 27 30589 16 yrs.+ Th 7:30- 8:30pm Aug 30-Sep 27 30437 16 yrs.+ Th 6:30- 7:30pm Oct 4-25 30590 16 yrs.+ Th 7:30- 8:30pm Oct 4-25 30438 16 yrs.+ Th 6:30- 7:30pm Nov 1-29 30591 16 yrs.+ Th 7:30- 8:30pm Nov 1-29 Fee: $39 Resident $59 Non-Resident 30439 16 yrs.+ Th 6:30- 7:30pm Dec 6-20 30592 16 yrs.+ Th 7:30- 8:30pm Dec 6-20

Ice Skating Lessons

The Center Ice Skating Academy offers classes for all ages and skill levels, from figure skating to ice hockey, ice dancing to synchronized skating. Skates are available to rent at Center Ice. No class Sept 20 or 22. No class Nov 3 or 24. Location: Center Ice of DuPage 1N450 Highland Avenue, Glen Ellyn. Fee: $127 Resident / Non-Resident

Teen/Adult Basics From beginner to advanced skaters, May be taken in figure skates or hockey skates. 30003 14 yrs.+ Th 4:30- 5:10pm Aug 23-Oct 11 30004 14 yrs.+ Th 5:30- 6:10pm Aug 23-Oct 11 30006 14 yrs.+ Sa 9:10- 9:50am Aug 25-Oct 13 30007 14 yrs.+ Sa 11:20-12:00pm Aug 25-Oct 13 30009 14 yrs.+ Th 4:30- 5:10pm Oct 18-Dec 13 30010 14 yrs.+ Th 5:30- 6:10pm Oct 18-Dec 13 30012 14 yrs.+ Sa 9:10- 9:50am Oct 20-Dec 15 30013 14 yrs.+ Sa 11:20-12:00pm Oct 20-Dec 15

Teen/Adult Hockey Class will improve your basic skating and hockey skills. Hockey skates and full equipment required. 30008 14 yrs.+ Sa 8:10- 8:50am Aug 25-Oct 13 30014 14 yrs.+ Sa 8:10- 8:50am Oct 20-Dec 15

Tennis Lessons Group classes are a great way for beginners and intermediate level players to develop. Participants must bring own racket. Class times may be adjusted based on registration. No class Sep 9. Location: Centre Court Athletic Club 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park.

Beginner (Ages 18+) Fee: 29516 29517 29518 29519 30271 30272 30273 30581

$110 Resident 18 yrs.+ M 18 yrs.+ Tu 18 yrs.+ W 18 yrs.+ Su 18 yrs.+ W 18 yrs.+ M 18 yrs.+ Tu 18 yrs.+ Su

$130 Non-Resident 6:00- 7:00pm Aug 27-Oct 8 6:00- 7:00pm Aug 28-Oct 9 7:00- 8:00pm Aug 29-Oct 10 10:00-11:00am Sep 2-Oct 14 7:00- 8:00pm Oct 24-Dec 5 6:00- 7:00pm Oct 22-Dec 3 7:00- 8:00pm Oct 23-Dec 4 10:00-11:00am Oct 28-Dec 9

Advanced Beginner (Ages 18+) Fee: 29520 29521 29522 30275 30276 30277

$180 Resident 18 yrs.+ M 18 yrs.+ W 18 yrs.+ Su 18 yrs.+ Su 18 yrs.+ M 18 yrs.+ W

$200 Non-Resident 7:00- 8:30pm Aug 27-Oct 8 7:00- 8:30pm Aug 29-Oct 10 11:00-12:30pm Sep 2-Oct 14 11:00-12:30pm Oct 28-Dec 9 7:00- 8:30pm Oct 22-Dec 3 7:00- 8:30pm Oct 24-Dec 5

Instructional Tennis League (Women) Fee: 29524 29525 30279 30280

$180 Resident 18 yrs.+ W 18 yrs.+ W 18 yrs.+ W 18 yrs.+ W

$200 Non-Resident 10:00-11:30am Aug 29-Oct 10 7:00- 8:30pm Oct 24-Dec 5 10:00-11:30am Oct 24-Dec 5 7:00- 8:30pm Aug 29-Oct 10

Instructional Tennis League (Co-Ed) Fee: 29523 29526 29527 30278 30281 30282

$180 Resident 18 yrs.+ M 18 yrs.+ F 18 yrs.+ Su 18 yrs.+ M 18 yrs.+ F 18 yrs.+ Su

$200 Non-Resident 7:00- 8:30pm Aug 27-Oct 8 6:00- 7:30pm Aug 31-Oct 12 3:00- 4:30pm Sep 2-Oct 14 7:00- 8:30pm Oct 22-Dec 3 6:00- 7:30pm Oct 26-Dec 7 3:00- 4:30pm Oct 28-Dec 9

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Adult Sports Martial Arts Karate

Learn the Japanese martial art of Karate under tuition of expert instructors from the Illinois Shotokan Karate Club. Beginner students not permitted to register into current session after 2nd class. Youth and adults train together. No class Oct 8. Class on Nov 19 held at Simkus Recreation Center. Location: Roy De Shane School

Beginner/Continuer (White & Red Belts) Fee: 30119

$114 Resident 16 yrs.+ M

$134 Non-Resident 6:45- 7:45pm Sep 10-Dec 10

Judo/Jujitsu

Learn the martial art of Judo from 9th degree black belt and world champion Han S. Lee. This Olympic sport of self-defense specializes in throws. It’s an excellent way to learn self-defense, get physically fit, and have fun. Heavy duty uniforms are required, Uniforms are available to first time students for half price at $37 at the first class. Children 12-17 can participate with parent at a reduced rate. Location: Bruce Lee Martial Arts School 2202B Bloomingdale Road, Glendale Heights. Adult Fee: $95 Resident $115 Non-Resident 30117 18 yrs.+ W 6:30- 7:20pm Oct 3-Nov 14

Novice (Orange-Blue Belts) Fee: 30120

$114 Resident 16 yrs.+ M

$134 Non-Resident 7:45- 8:45pm Sep 10-Dec 10

Advanced (Green & Up) Fee: 30121

$140 Resident 16 yrs.+ M

$160 Non-Resident 7:45- 9:00pm Sep 10-Dec 10

SuperStar Karate

Classes taught by Superstar Karate’s certified black belt instructors. Uniform provided free to each new student at first class. Students have opportunity to graduate to next belt for an additional fee upon completion of the session. Youth and adult classes train together. No class Nov 21. Location: SuperStar Karate 496 E. St. Charles Rd. Carol Stream. Fee: $105 Resident $125 Non-Resident 30151 16 yrs.+ W 6:50- 7:30pm Sep 5-Oct 24 Fee: $80 Resident $100 Non-Resident 30152 16 yrs.+ W 6:50- 7:30pm Nov 7-Dec 19

Accompanying Child Fee: 30118

$60 Resident 12-17yr. W

$80 Non-Resident 6:30- 7:20pm Oct 3-Nov 14

Hapkido

Learn this Korean martial art from 9th degree black belt and world champion Han S. Lee. Very practical martial art specializing in defending against being grabbed or held. An excellent way to learn self-defense, be physically fit, and have fun. Men, women, and children can all benefit from studying Hapkido. Uniforms required and available to first time students for free. Children 12 -17 can participate with parent at a reduced rate. Location: Bruce Lee Martial Arts School 2202B Bloomingdale Road, Glendale Heights.

Adult Fee: 30115

$95 Resident 18 yrs.+ Th

$115 Non-Resident 6:30- 7:20pm Sep 27-Nov 15

Accompanying Child

Adult Self-Defense

Get a great workout and reduce stress while learning selfdefense. Discover a range of self-defense techniques, weapons defense, and other secrets of Bruce Lee’s fighting methods. No prior martial arts experience is necessary. Location: Elite Defense Systems 215 E. Lake St., Bloomingdale Fee: $39 Resident $58 Non-Resident 30495 16 yrs.+ W 7:00- 8:00pm Sep 26-Oct 17

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$60 Resident 12-17yr. Th

$80 Non-Resident 6:30- 7:20pm Sep 27-Nov 15

Women’s Self Defense

Learn seven easy and effective self-defense tools in just one day. Discover techniques to become more aware of your surroundings and methods to defend yourself in an attack. You’ll also enjoy a great stress-reducing, strength-building, cardio workout. Location: Elite Defense Systems 215 E. Lake St., Bloomingdale Fee: $19 Resident $28 Non-Resident 29763 16 yrs.+ Sa 12:00- 2:00pm Oct 13

Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100


Aquatics

ADULT SPORTS

Master Swim Clinic

If you aren’t quite ready to move up to the Masters Swim Team or you’re looking to improve your swimming strokes or endurance, this clinic is just what you’re looking for. Come and get expert advice from our Master’s coach. No class Sep 3, Nov 19, 21.

C E N T R A L

Location: 700 S. Bartlett Rd, Bartlett 6 lane, 25 yard lap pool. 1 meter diving board. Fee: $37 Resident/Non-Resident Zero depth leisure pool with 12ft water slide & 29972 19 yrs.+ M, W 8:30- 9:30pm Aug 27-Sep 24 water spray area. Party rooms. 29973 19 yrs.+ M, W 8:30- 9:30pm Oct 1-24 29974 19 yrs.+ M, W 8:30- 9:30pm Oct 29-Nov 28 SWIM AT SPLASH CENTRAL AT RESIDENT RATES! Fee: $30 Resident/Non-Resident (Carol Stream Park District Residents - purchase your pool memberships at 29975 19 yrs.+ M, W 8:30- 9:30pm Dec 3-19 the Simkus Recreation Center to receive resident rate.) $105 Individual Pass $200 Senior (62yrs+) Family of two $210 Senior family of two $145 Each Add’l Member $62

Bartlett Adult Swim Lessons

Whether you have a fear of swimming, want to improve your swimming skills, or are looking for a year- round fitness activity, our swim lessons are for you. Lessons will be taught based upon your skill level. Instructors take time to work with each student. No class Sep 3, Nov 19 or 21. Location: 700 S. Bartlett Rd, Bartlett, Fee: $71 Resident/Non-Resident 29968 16 yrs.+ M, W 7:45- 8:45pm Aug 27-Sep 24 29969 16 yrs.+ M, W 7:45- 8:45pm Oct 1-24 29970 16 yrs.+ M, W 7:45- 8:45pm Oct 29-Nov 28 Fee: $55 Resident/Non-Resident 29971 16 yrs.+ M, W 7:45- 8:45pm Dec 3-19

Open Swim

Lap Swim (14yrs+)

M,W & F: F: Sa & Su:

M,W & F: Tu & Th: M-F: Sa: Su:

10:30am-1pm 6:30pm-9pm 1pm-7pm

5:30am-1pm 5:30-10am 4pm-9pm 7am-7pm 8am-7pm

700 S.Bartlett Rd, Bartlett

Master Swim Team

If you miss that competitive spirit from high school/college or just want to get the edge back into your workout, join our team. Meets are optional. There will be a coach overseeing your workouts to give you that ‘push’ you need. No class Nov 22.

SUMMER HOURS Hours Until Aug 19

Mon-Sat: 11:00am-8:00pm* Location: 700 S. Bartlett Rd, Bartlett, Sun: 11:30am-7:00pm* Fee: $147 Resident/Non-Resident *Pass Holders get in 30 mins early 29976 19 yrs.+ Tu, Th 8:15- 9:30pm Aug 28-Dec 15 END OF SEASON HOURS Sa 7-8:30am

Spring Board Diving

Learn or improve your dive skills including front, back, reverse, inward and half-twist. No class Nov 25. Location: 700 S. Bartlett Rd, Bartlett

Aug 20-Sep 2 Mon-Fri: 4:00-7:00pm Sat-Sun: 12:00-5:00pm Sep 3:

1/2 PRICE SEASON SEASONPASSES PASSES Individual Family of 2 Family of 3 Family of 4 Family of 5 Guest Pass 50yrs+ 50yrs+ Couple

$47/$68 $72/$122 $85/$143 $100/$164 $114/$183 $39/$54 $42/$61 $65/$110

12:00-5:00pm

Passes available at Simkus Recreation Center Five Star Lifeguard Safety Rating

Beginner Fee: $47 Resident/Non-Resident 29977 16 yrs.+ Su 10:35-11:35am Sep 9-Oct 14 29979 16 yrs.+ Su 10:35-11:35am Oct 21-Dec 2 Intermediate/Advanced Fee: $47 Resident/Non-Resident 29978 16 yrs.+ Su 11:35-12:35pm Sep 9-Oct 14 29980 16 yrs.+ Su 11:35-12:35pm Oct 21-Dec 2

coralcovewaterpark.com

849. W.Lies Rd. Carol Stream. 630-784-6100

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Adult Sports Tournaments

Co-ed Fall

Co-ed Fall Classic 12” Softball Tournament

Summer Blast Co-ed 14” Softball Tournament

12” SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT

OCT 13, McCASLIN PARK

Saturday, Oct 13

Join us for this one day summer Softball Tournament on our all-weather ballfields at McCaslin Park. Teams will compete in a double elimination format for prizes.

Join us for this Co-ed Softball Tournament. Teams will compete in a double elimination format for prizes. Registration information is available at the Simkus Recreation Center and on the park district web site at csparks.org. Register by Oct 8.

Location: McCaslin Park Fee: $250 Code: 30597

Location: McCaslin Park Fee: $250 Code: 30058

Saturday, Aug 18, 9am-10pm

Co-ed Fall

Co-ed Fall Classic 14” Mush Softball Tournament

Fall Breeze Coed Volleyball Tournament

12” SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT

OCT 13, McCASLIN PARK

Sunday, Oct 14

Saturday, Sept 22, 9am-6pm Join us on the fall equinox - the first official day of fall, for a double elimination co-ed tournament. Teams will compete for prizes. Register by Sept 17.

Competitive

Join us for this Co-ed Softball Tournament. Teams will compete in a double elimination format for prizes. Registration information is available at the Simkus Recreation Center and on the park district web site at csparks.org. Register by Oct 8. Location: Armstrong Park Fee: $250 Code: 30059

Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $200 Code: 30286

Recreational Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $200 Code: 30287

Fall Wiffle Ball Tournament Saturday, Oct 6 If you loved wiffleball as a kid, get ready to take your favorite backyard game to a new level! Sign up as a team of three to five adults, teens, family members, or friends. This fall tournament will provide a minimum of three games in a round robin tournament. Teams will receive t-shirts. The top teams will advance to win cash prizes. Register by September 24. Location: Armstrong Park Fee: $90 Code: 30061

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Pumpkin Slam 3v3 Basketball Tournament

3 on 3 adult basketball tournament. All games self officiated. Double elimination tournament. Winners will receive cash prizes. Register by Oct 8.

November 17-18 Men’s 12” Softball Tournament McCaslin Park, $250 per team Double Elimination Tournament.

Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $40 Code: 30063

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Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100

Code: 30064. Register by Nov 14.


ADULT SPORTS OCT 20-21 , 2012

HALLOWEEN

Halloween Havoc Softball Tournament

Turkey Shoot Softball Tournament

Oct 20-21

Nov 17-18

Join us for this two day Softball Tournament. Prepare your team for one of your last tournaments of your season. Teams will compete in a double elimination tournament for prizes. Register by Oct 15.

Enjoy a weekend of good fun, competition and of course, turkey! Teams will compete in a double elimination Tournament. Tournament prizes will include T-Shirts, cash and... Turkey. Register by Nov 14.

Location: McCaslin Park Fee: $250 Code: 30060

Location: McCaslin Park Fee: $250 Code: 30064

Inhouse Softball Tournament

Holiday Hangover 3v3 Basketball Tournament

Saturday, Oct 27 Inhouse tournament for A,B, and C leagues. Must be a registered team in the A, B or C Carol Stream Park District softball leagues. Must register in the league currently registered in or may play up. Rosters must be the same from league play, no outside players. Register by Oct 22. Location: McCaslin Park Fee: $200 A Tournament

Code: 30289

B Tournament

Code: 30290

C Tournament

Code: 30291

Tuesday, Dec 18 3 on 3 adult basketball tournament. All games self officiated. Double elimination tournament. Winners will receive cash prizes. Register by Dec 10. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $40 Code: 30062

Nov 9-10

Turkey Bowl Flag Football Tournament Nov 9-10

TURKEY BOWL

Battle for the bird in our annual Thanksgiving Flag Football Tournament. Teams will compete in a double elimination format for prizes. Registration information is available at the Simkus Recreation Center and on the Park District web site at csparks. org. Register by Nov 5. Location: Glenbard North High School Fee: $300 Code: 30288

Adult Open Gym Basketball

The Simkus Recreation Center Gymnasium will be open for adults during the times listed below. All participants are required to have a current Fitness Center or Open Gym Member ID. Information regarding these memberships is available at the Simkus Recreation Center front desk. Dates and times subject to change.

September 1 – December 31

Register Early

!

Days

Times

Age

Su

8am -11am

18 +

M-F

12pm-2pm

18 +

Check www.csparks.org for schedule changes.

All programs have a set minimum and maximum. If the minimum is not met, then the program may be cancelled, so please complete your registration early.

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Adult Sports Leagues All leagues below have an eight game season and will conclude with a single elimination tournament. League and tournament champions will receive a cash prize!

How to Register •

A special league registration packet must be filled out to register for all leagues. Packets are available at the Simkus Recreation Center, at csparks.org, or request via mail (call 630-784-6100).

A mandatory captains’ meeting is held for all adult leagues prior to the start of the season. Captains will be notified by the park district program supervisor. Meeting dates will also be posted at www.csparks.org.

Register before the league deadline to guarantee your place.

Floor Hockey League Code

League

Day

Time

Start Date

Fee

Register By

30066

B/C

Tu

6-10pm

Sep 18

$320

Sept 10

Volleyball League Code

League

Day

Time

Start Date

Fee

Register By

29991

A

F

6:15-10:15pm

Sep 28

$375

Sept 17

29992

B

F

6:15-10:15pm

Sep 28

$375

Sept 17

29993

C

F

6:15-10:15pm

Sep 28

$375

Sept 17

Basketball League Code

League

Day

Time

Start Date

Fee

Register By

29988

B/C

Su

12-5pm

Sep 23

$625

Sept 17

Flag Football League Code

League

Day

Time

Start Date

Fee

Register By

28839

A/B

Su

9am-3pm

Sep 9

$625

Sept 4

28840

C

Su

9am-3pm

Sep 9

$625

Sept 4

28837

C

M

6:15-10:15pm

Sep 10

$625

Sept 4

28838

B/C

W

6:15-10:15pm

Sep 12

$625

Sept 4

League Levels A: B: C:

Very Competitive Competitive Recreational

League Locations Pick up a copy of the parks map, or check it online at http://bit.ly/cspd-map for directions to ballfields and parks.

Dodgeball League Code

League

Day

Time

Start Date

Fee

Register By

29989

B/C

Tu

6-10pm

Sep 19

$235

Sept 10

FOLLOW US

Bean Bag League

FACEBOOK.com/carolstreamadultsports

Teams of two will compete outdoors once per week in a best of three series. League will consist of an eight week season. Teams will advance to a tournament and win cash prizes. Games played at Pub Yahoo, 570 S. Gary Ave., Carol Stream Code

League

Day

Time

Start Date

Fee

Register By

28830

B/C

Th

6-8pm

Aug 16

$50

Aug 13

10

Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100


ADULT SPORTS

Softball Leagues Code

League

Day

Time

Start Date

Fee

Register By

28814

12” B

M/W

6:15-10:15pm

Aug 6

$775

July 30

28815

12” B/C

Tu

6:15-10:15pm

Aug 7

$600

July 30

28816

12” A

W

6-11:15pm

Aug 8

$775

July 30

28817

12” B

Th

6-11pm

Aug 9

$775

July 30

28818

12” C

Th

6-11pm

Aug 9

$775

July 30

28819

12” B

Su

12-10pm

Aug 19

$600

Aug 13

28820

12” C

Su

12-10pm

Aug 19

$600

Aug 13

28821

16” B/C

M

8:15-10:15pm

Aug 20

$490

Aug 13

28822

Coed 12” B

Tu

6:15-10:15pm

Aug 21

$450

Aug 13

28823

Coed 12” C

Tu

6:15-10:15pm

Aug 21

$450

Aug 13

28824

Coed 14” Mush B

F

6:15-10:15pm

Aug 24

$490

Aug 13

28825

Coed 14” Mush C

F

6:15-10:15pm

Aug 24

$490

Aug 13

League Free Agents

Not on a team? Register under the league of your choice. Each league has a minimum which must be reached before a team is formed, or you may be placed on a team which is looking for players.

The New-Look McCaslin Park

NOW OPEN!

Basketball League Fee: $90 Code: 29987

Dodgeball League Fee: $40

Code: 29990

Volleyball League Teams must have at least two female players. Fee: $65 Code: 29994

Softball League - Tuesday Coed C League Teams must have at least five female players. Fee: $45 Code: 29995

Softball League - Sunday C League Fee: $60

Code: 29996

• Four astroturf infields for fewer rainouts • 300 foot home run fences • New ballfield lighting for extended playing time • New driveway to Morton Road for easier access • Concession stand operated by Rocco Vino’s • New paved walking trails Advertise your business at the Ball Park with Scoreboard or Home Run Fence promotional opportunities. Contact Kelly at 630-784-6114 for additional information.

Your referendum dollars at work

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s e s s a l C & r e t n e C s es

Membership Benefits

Fitn

Fitness Center Hours

Join Today. $0 Enrollment fee. MyChoice Member

Fitness Center Member

MyChoice Punch Pass

Zero Enrollment Fee

X

X

X

Free Equipment Orientation

X

X

Free Open Gym Basketball

X

X

Member Benefits

X

Add-on Option

Add-on Option

Certified Personal Trainer

Save $$

Add-on Option

Add-on Option

Certified Nutritionist

Save $$

Add-on Option

Add-on Option

Strength & Stretching Room

X

X

MyChoice Group Fitness Classes

X

Kids Korner Playcare On-site

Mon-Fri: 5:30am-10pm Sat: 6am-6pm Sun: 8am-5pm The Fitness Center is located in Simkus Recreation Center. Closed: Christmas Day, New Year’s Day Shortened Hours: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve

Look for M for extra discounts! MyChoice Fitness Members receive an extra discount on select fitness classes.

X

X

Add a Family Member Membership Exclusive Fitness Member Events & Promotions

Save $$

X

Save $$

Specialty Fitness Classes

Save $$

Add-on Option

Save $$

MyChoice Membership Options All Inclusive Memberships include use of Fitness Center, unlimited MyChoice fitness classes and Kids Korner. MyChoice classes meet at the Simkus Recreation Center. (see page 14 for schedule). Punch Passes are available for MyChoice Classes only.

MyChoice All Inclusive Memberships Monthly Rate Membership Type

MyChoice Punch Passes

One Time Payment

Resident

Non-Res

Resident

Non-Res

Adult (18 yr+)

$49

$55

$500

$600

Forever Young (50 yr+)

$45

$51

$456

$556

+1 Family Member*

$9

$12

$99

$136

$166

$200

3 month Pass

* (For use of fitness center only. Must live at same residence. One family member must pay adult rate.) Age: 14 yrs+ (age 14-15 must have parent/guardian participating in same class.)

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Forever Young

Pass Type

Res

Non-Res

Res

Non-Res

6 class punch pass

$36

$50

$33

$47

12 class punch pass

$66

$87

$63

$84

24 class punch pass

$126

$150

$120

$138

$8

$12

$8

$12

Daily Drop In+

Punch passes are non-transferable and non-refundable. + Must be used day of purchase.

Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100


us

Day

Join Today. $0 Enrollment Fee Fitness Center Only Memberships

Fitness Center Only Membership Options Membership includes use of the Fitness Center at Simkus Recreation Center, a free equipment orientation, free open gym basketball, access to the strength & stretching room and the option to enter exclusive member only special events.

Fitness Center Annual Memberships Monthly

Membership Type

Fitness Center Short Term Memberships

One Time Payment

Pass Type

Res

Non-Res

3 Month Fitness Center Pass

$86

$106

Res

Non-Res

Res

Non-Res

Adult (18 yr+)

$19

$25

$190

$260

15 Visit Fitness Center Punch Pass

$50

$60

Forever Young (50 yr+)

$15

$19

$146

$220

Daily Fitness Center Visit+

$8

$12

Student (12-17 yr)

$15

$19

$146

$220

Day Saver (Valid from 10am -3pm, 18 yr+)

$12

$15

$116

$176

+1 Family Member

$9

$12

$99

$136

Kids Korner Drop your kids off for up to two hours while you work out. Get unlimited visits with annual and monthly payment options. (Kids Korner is also included in MyChoice annual memberships) Parent/guardian must stay in the building while children attend Kids Korner. Call 630-784-6100 for information. Ages: 3mo-10yrs. Mon-Thurs:

9:00 am - 12:00 pm & 5:30 - 8:30 pm

Friday:

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Personal Training Packages • • • •

One-on-one training from certified trainers Competitive rates Create a fitness plan specific to your goals Save money with group packages

Call (630) 784-6100 to schedule your first session today! Payments must be made in full.

Individual Personal Training (1 hour) Package options

Kids Korner Annual Memberships Monthly Rate Kids Korner

+ Must be used day of purchase. Members ages 12-15 must complete a free equipment orientation before using the fitness center. Call 630-784-6100 to schedule.

One Time Payment

MyChoice

Regular

MyChoice

Regular

Unlimited One Child

$9

$12

$99

$136

Unlimited +1 Child

$5

$8

$49

$69

Kids Korner Punch Passes

Kids Korner Playcare punch passes are non-refundable. Punch passes may be shared with family members within the same household. Punch Passes

Member

Non-Member

12 punch pass

$39

$59

24 punch pass

$72

$92

Daily punch pass

$5

$8

Members

Non-Members

One-time session

$46

$66

Five session package

$200

$220

Ten session package

$350

$370

Individual Training (30 minutes) Package options

Members

Non-Members

One-time session

$26

$46

Five session package

$100

$120

Share a Trainer (1 hour, min/max per group:2) Package options

Members

Non-Members

One-time session

$69

$99

Five session package

$300

$330

Ten session package

$525

$555

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Fitness MyChoice Fitness Class Schedule Mon 6am 7am 8am 9am 10am

4pm 5pm 6pm 7pm

Tue

Cardio Fit & Tone 6:00-7:00am

Wed

Thu

Step & Strength 6:00-7:00am

Fri

Sat

Body Pump 6:00-7:00am Boot Camp 7:10-8:10am

Body Pump 9:10-10:10am

Butts & Guts 9:10-10:10am

Body Pump 9:10-10:10am

Beginner Step 8:30-9:00am

Everyday Fitness 8:00-9:00am

PiYo 8:20-9:20am

Step & Strength 9:10-10:10am

Body Pump 9:10-10:10am

Lift & Tone 9:25-10:25am

Yoga 10:15-11:15am

Zumba 10:15-11:15am

Cardio Potluck* 8:05-9:05am

Forever Young Fitness Classes Everyday Fitness 10:15-11:15am

Tai Chi 10:15-11:15am

Everyday Fitness 10:15-11:15am

Zumba 10:30-11:30am

Zumba Toning 4:30-5:30pm Cardio Dance 5:30-6:15pm

Beginner Step 5:40-6:10pm

Cardio Fit & Tone 6:20-7:20pm

Bodypump 6:20-7:20pm

Step & Strength 6:20-7:20pm

Kickboxing Jam 6:20-7:20pm

Zumba 7:25-8:25pm

Zumba 7:25-8:25pm

Yogalates 7:25-8:25pm

Bodypump 7:25-8:25pm

*Class will be run by multiple fitness instructors on a rotating schedule.

Schedule begins Oct 1 . No classes on Sep 3, Nov 22, Dec 24, 25, 31 or Jan 1. Visit csparks.org for the most up-to-date schedules.

Nutritional Counseling

Therapeutic Massage

Choose from 30, 60, and 90 minute sessions by a licensed massage therapist. Purchase a certificate in person at Simkus Recreation Center and make a reservation directly with Massage Clinique (630) 933-0003. Using a park district certificate qualifies you for the discounted rates below. Location: Massage Clinique 145 Hiawatha Dr., Carol Stream Hours: Tu-F: 9:30am-9pm Sa: 9am-4pm Resident

Fitness Members

$28

$29

60 minute massage

$55

$59

90 minute massage

$85

$89

15 min aqua massage

$9

$15

15 min aqua massage with aromatherapy

$19

$29

Non-Members

One-time assessment

$46

$66

Five session package

$126

$146

  Non-Resident

30 minute massage

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One-on-one, in-depth time with a Certified Dietitian/Nutritionist. Sessions include food journal review, dining strategies, or behavior modification. Topics can vary from weight loss to sport performance. Call (630) 784-6100 to schedule your first session.

Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100


FITNESS

MyChoice Fitness Class Descriptions Cardio & Strength

Beginner Step New steppers will learn basic & simple moves & what they are called. Lots of repetition so you can get your “stepping legs” ready to go.

Intense intervals of cardiovascular and resistance training. A different workout every time. Fast paced, yet easy to do.

Kickboxing Jam BodyPump Challenge all your major muscle groups by using the best weight-room exercises like squats, lifts and curls.

Boot Camp Looking for a great weekend workout? Join us while we kick things up a notch! Challenge your strength, agility and endurance. Participate in a variety of drills from week to week. Increase your heart rate while you jump rope, run, resistance train and much more!

Lift & Tone Improve strength & build lean muscle mass to define every major muscle group while utilizing a variety of equipment

PiYo

Target those areas everyone want to work. Using a combo of cardio & a variety of equipment, the main focus will be from the neck to the knees & other problem areas. NEW

A high-energy, dance-inspired cardiovascular exercise that will definitely boost your metabolism and your mind. This class is a fast-paced, total body workout with easy to follow moves from Jazz, hip-hop and fitness combinations to popular music. Melt away fat while improving your dance skills and having fun. Good for all levels.

Cardio Fit and Tone Burn fat, calories and improve cardiovascular fitness.

Cardio Potluck Participants experience cardio and strength exercises in a fun classroom setting. Experience a new MyChoice fitness class each week.

Focus is on the benefits of Tai Chi for heart and physical strength. Sharpen the mind, relieve stress, improve balance, flexibility, strength, and coordination.

Forever Young Yoga Boost mental and physical functions for people of all ages. Improve strength, flexibility, and gain a general sense of well being.

Forever Young Everyday Fitness A simple workout designed to boost overall health while improving muscle strength, bone density, flexibility and balance.

Energize your morning with awakening yoga and strengthening Pilates combined!

Step & Strength

Butts & Guts

Cardio Dance

40 minutes of cardio kickboxing followed by 20 minutes of ab toning.

Forever Young Tai Chi for Strength

A mixture of high and low-impact using a step with an adjustable platform. With simple choreographed routines.

Yoga-Lates Find focus and balance as you gracefully transition from yoga’s strength and stretch movements to Pilates-inspired movements.

Zumba Toning

NEW

The Zumba Toning Program takes the original Zumba dance-fitness class to the next level utilizing light weights. This combination of cardio and dynamic resistive exercises is an effective use of lightweight training to improve overall performance. This Latin-inspired dance n’ tone class alternates cardio and lightweight routines to improve cardiovascular and overall muscular endurance. Have fun moving to Salsa, Merengue, Samba, Cha Cha and more, while toning your body.

Zumba

Let Latin music motivate you to move in this fun class. Movements will be modified to fit fitness level.

OCTOBER IS FREE FITNESS MONTH Try y MyChoice fitness classes for free anytime during October. That’s 18 different classes offered every week and they’re worth checking out. All classes are held at the Simkus Recreation Center.

How it works

• Register for your free six-class MyChoice Fitness Pass Punch at the Simkus Recreation Center • Applicable one-time registration per patron • Not valid for MyChoice fitness members • Not valid for individuals who have had an active MyChoice Fitness Punch as of April 2012 • Must be minimum of 14 years of age to participate; age 14-15 years must have parent with active MyChoice membership or punch pass participating with them in the fitness class Pick up your free six-class MyChoice Fitness Pass Punch at the Simkus Recreation Center service desk.

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Fitness Look for

M

for extra discounts!

!

MyChoice Fitness Members receive an extra discount on select fitness classes.

M

Hatha Yoga

Too stiff to work out? Come to Yoga and stretch it out! Beginner or a pro, learn the flow of yoga to experience better flexibility and strength. Location: Evergreen School 1041 Evergreen Dr., Carol Stream Fee: $25 MyChoice Member $59 Resident $79 Non-Resident 30323 14 yrs.+ Th 7:40- 8:40pm Oct 4-Nov 29

M

Group Cycling

Burn up to 500 calories in one indoor cycling class. Tone your quads, outer thigh muscles abs and arms while pedaling to motivating music. You control your pace by adjusting your resistance. Towel and water bottle required for class. Location: Simkus Recreation Center

Beginner Session I Fee: $16 MyChoice Member $26 Resident $39 Non-Resident 30314 14 yrs.+ M 5:30- 6:00pm Oct 1-Nov 5 30303 14 yrs.+ Tu 9:00- 9:30am Oct 2-Nov 6 30306 14 yrs.+ Sa 6:35- 7:05am Oct 6-Nov 10

Beginner Session II 30315 14 yrs.+ M 30309 14 yrs.+ Tu 30311 14 yrs.+ Sa

5:30- 6:00pm 9:00- 9:30am 6:35- 7:05am

Nov12-Dec17 Nov 13-Dec18 Nov 17-Dec 22

Intermediate Session I Fee: $22 MyChoice Member $51 Resident $71 Non-Resident 30317 14 yrs.+ W 6:25- 7:10pm Oct 3-Nov 7 30304 14 yrs.+ Th 5:35- 6:20am Oct 4-Nov 8 30307 14 yrs.+ Sa 9:30-10:15am Oct 6-Nov 10

Intermediate Session II 30318 14 yrs.+ W 30310 14 yrs.+ Th 30312 14 yrs.+ Sa

6:25- 7:10pm 5:35- 6:20am 9:30-10:15am

Nov 14-Dec 19 Nov 15 - Dec 27 Nov 17- Dec 22

FREE Preview Days - New Participants Only 30319 14 yrs.+ W 30320 14 yrs.+ Sa 30321 14 yrs.+ Sa

6:25- 7:10pm 6:35- 7:05am 9:30-10:30am

Dec 26 Dec 29 Dec 29

Aquafit

Challenge yourself with water resistance in this low-impact cardiovascular workout. Class is designed to accommodate all fitness levels. No class Sep 3 & 5, Nov 24 & 25.

JOIN THE ANNUAL

PINK RIBBON RUN

Breast Cancer Awareness Month:

Run on the pink treadmill in the Fitness Center during October and 10cents for every mile logged will be donated by Cybex to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The Treadmill (valued at $5,195) will be raffled off in November. $20 Raffle Tickets can be purchased at the Front Desk from Aug 6 through Oct 31. for more information go to csparks.org/fitness

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Location: Bartlett Community Center 700 S. Bartlett Rd., Bartlett Fee: $49 Resident $69 Non-Resident 30295 14 yrs.+ M 8:30- 9:30am Oct 1-Nov 5 30296 14 yrs.+ Th 7:05- 8:05pm Oct 4-Nov 8 30297 14 yrs.+ F 8:30- 9:30am Oct 5-Nov 9 30298 14 yrs.+ Su 9:30-10:30am Oct 7-Nov 4 30299 14 yrs.+ M 8:30- 9:30am Nov 12-Dec 17 30300 14 yrs.+ Th 7:05- 8:05pm Nov 15-Dec 20 30301 14 yrs.+ F 8:30- 9:30am Nov 16-Dec 21 30302 14 yrs.+ Su 9:30-10:30am Nov 18-Dec 23

Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100


FITNESS

M

Tai Chi for Stress Relief

COPD - How Activity Can Improve Your Way of Life

Balance your body and your life. Learn the art of ancient relaxation; stretch and strengthen all the muscles of the body, and defend yourself from stress gracefully at a slower pace. Nonimpact class good for knee and back pain relief.

Join Cadence Health licensed respiratory therapists who will discuss COPD, how it can be managed and how an active lifestyle will improve quality of life. Presented by Anita Indrelie & Cathy Scandora from Cadence Health.

Location: Evergreen School 1041 Evergreen Dr., Carol Stream Fee: $25 MyChoice Member $59 Resident $79 Non-Resident 30324 16 yrs.+ Th 6:30- 7:30pm Oct 4-Nov 29 NEW

Location: College Of Dupage (Carol Stream Campus) Fee: Free 30327 16 yrs.+ Th 6:30- 8:00pm Nov 8

M

Walk2Run

Get Fit With H.I.I.T.

Free supervised 10 week program of progressively increased running and decreased walking activity. Run/Walk from Dick Pond Athletics along the Great Western Trail in Carol Stream. Program culminates in a 30 minute continuous run and optional 5K race at a graduation event. For information contact Debbie at (630)6653316 or email Debbie@dickpondathletics.com. This program also includes mini-clinics on nutrition, stretching, and shoe selection by local experts.

Try this new, fun & time efficient 30 minute High Intensity Interval Training workout that increases metabolism while you work your aerobic & anaerobic pathways simultaneously alternating between bouts of very intense activity and lower intensity activity. This is an 11 week course with a review class included. No class Nov 22. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $29 MyChoice Member $47 Resident $67 Non-Resident 30329 14 yrs.+ Th 5:30- 6:00pm Oct 4 – Dec 20

Location: Dick Pond Athletics 26W515 W. St. Charles Rd., Carol Stream Fee: Free 16 yrs.+ Sa 8:30- 9:30am Aug 4 - Oct 6

FREE Preview Day 30330 14 yrs.+ Th

5:30- 6:00pm

Sep 27

BING O BI NG

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OCTOBER + NOVEMBER Sign up for free for our new Fitness Bingo Challenge! Register with code 30366 to pick up your Fitness Bingo Cards. In October & November workout four times each week to earn Bingo Stamps. Complete a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line and sumbit your card to enter the prize drawing for a chance to win a Free Annual Fitness Center or 3 Month MyChoice Fitness Membership 21

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8

3

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Must be an active Fitness Center or MyChoice fitness member to participate. Prize drawing takes place on December 3, 2012. Each card equals one entry.

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t c i r t s i D k r a P r u o Y The Carol Stream Park District parks and playgrounds are your parks – open for biking, hiking, running, walking, picnics, fishing, boating and more. With over 35 parks within the district you are never far from open space.

Memorial Trees

Purchase a living memorial tree for a loved one to be planted in one of our parks. Prices range from $155-$385, and 10 tree varieties are available. Call 630-784-6100 for details.

Dog Park Passes & Village Dog Licenses

Recycling in Parks

Fishing

Wildlife Guide

Passes for the new Carol Stream Bark Park, and Village of Carol Stream dog licenses, are now available to purchase at Simkus Recreation Center. Proof of rabies vaccination must be shown to purchase a village license.

Catch and release fishing is encouraged in all park district waterways. State fishing regulations and licensing also apply.

Boating

Boating is only permitted in Armstrong Park, Mitchell Lake, Weeks Park, Evergreen Lakes and Heritage Lakes. No district permit needed. Boaters are responsible for the safe and proper operation of the watercraft. No homemade crafts or motor boats.

Garden Plots

Looking for a place to grow vegetables? Slepicka Homestead Park has sixteen ground-level plots and six raised garden beds available to rent. Slepicka Park is located at 1301 Lily Lane, Carol Stream. Call (630) 784-6100 for more information about reserving a plot or visit the Simkus Recreation Center to register for your plot today!

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FACEBOOK

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Over 100 green recycling cans, marked with a recycling symbol, are available around park district parks and playgrounds. Please place recyclable paper, plastic, and glass in recycling cans, and place trash in garbage cans.

Visit our environment web pages for news on eco-friendly projects and to explore our online wildlife guide, with details on wildlife you may spot in our parks. csparks.org/environment.

Sponsorships Now Available

Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are now available. Sponsorship opportunities include online, print, sports, and our major annual special events. Contact Kelly Carbon at 630-7846114 or kellyc@csparks.org for further information.

Referendum Project Updates

For information on the progress of referendum projects, including the new Carol Stream Park District Recreation Center at Town Center, McCaslin Park, trail improvements and the Armstrong Park flood prevention project, visit csparks.org/referendum

FOURSQUARE

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Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100


Volunteer Opportunities

Who We Are

Have a little time? Want to volunteer at events like JustPlay! Sports & Rec Festival (above) and CSBarks? We need you!

Event Volunteers

Help is always needed at our community events. General duties and responsibilities include: Assisting staff with set up, running activity stations, serving refreshments and clean up. As a volunteer you can make your own schedule!

Sports Volunteers

Without a solid volunteer base, hundreds of local children would miss out on the experience of playing on a league team for soccer, baseball, softball and basketball. Please consider giving some time to the children of the community. You can make a difference!

Volunteer Benefits

Volunteering benefits our community, and you can personally benefit too! Here are just a few reasons to share your time and talents: • • • • • • • • • • •

Maintain or renew job skills Contribute to the community Explore new careers Gain knowledge or learn a new skill Meet new people Put your ideas to work in new ways Earn school credit Develop leadership skills Job references Serve as a role model Have fun

How To Apply

Complete a Volunteer Application and Background Check (available at the Simkus Recreation Center front desk). Meet with a park district staff member for an orientation and training to discuss your volunteer interests. Most volunteer opportunities are available for students and adults 16 years and older.

The Carol Stream Parks Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing additional financial support for public parks and recreation programs of the Carol Stream Park District. It is managed by a board of directors who live or work locally and are passionate about providing a strong financial foundation for parks and recreation in the community.

What We Do

We build and strengthen the financial resources of the district by receiving gifts, grants, bequests and endowments on the district’s behalf. Contributions from individuals and businesses are used to improve or add to existing park projects or programs, or to help fund future projects.

How You Can Help

When you make a gift to Carol Stream Parks Foundation, you are giving a lasting gift to your community. It’s a wonderful way to help improve the parks and programs you know and love, and ensure they will be there for generations to come.

Make a Donation Your donation will help us fund our Scholarship Program; Parks & Facility Improvements ; Program Enhancements and Green Initiatives. As a 501(c)3 (applied for) corporation, all contributions to the organization are tax deductible. Identified donors will receive a written receipt. Mail your donation to: The Carol Stream Parks Foundation c/o 849 W Lies Rd Carol Stream, IL 60188

Make a Bequest

Including a gift of any size in your will is a way you can leave a legacy for our parks. For more information, visit our website or ask your attorney.

Please contact Kelly Carbon at 630-784-6114 if you have questions.

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Picnic Shelters

Picnic shelters are available for rental April through October. Information packets with locations, amenities and reservation guidelines are available from Simkus Recreation Center. All picnic shelters are open for free use unless they are reserved. Visit the front desk at Simkus to reserve a shelter. Picnic Shelters are available in: Armstrong Park

Slepicka Park

McCaslin Park Red Hawk Park Hampe Park

Bierman Park

Now Hiring School Bus Drivers No experience necessary, will train!

Room Rentals

Rent a room at the Carol Stream Park District for your meetings, parties or community groups. Choose from a variety of meeting rooms for groups of 25-50 people. Call 630-784-6100 for more information.

Five paid holidays Weekly Pay checks Competitive Wages

Just Play Party Wagon

Wow the crowd at your next party or picnic with our Just Play Party Wagon! The fun-making trailer is stocked with 10 lightweight tables, 100 lightweight chairs, a 10’ by 10’ pop up canopy, a super-sized charcoal grill and bean bag games. We’ll even deliver it right to your door! The Party Wagon is available April -October. Cost is $99 per year. For more information please call (630) 7846100, or reserve at Simkus Recreation Center

Coral Cove Water Park Rental

The Coral Cove Water Park is available for private rentals during the summer on Fridays and Saturdays from 8:15 pm -10:15 pm and on Sundays from 7:15 pm to 9:15 pm. We have packages for groups up to 1500. Full payment is required to secure a date. Rentals may be canceled due to inclement weather at the manager’s discretion and can be rescheduled if dates are open.

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Coyote Crossing Mini-Golf Rental

Have a Puttin’ Picnic at Coyote Crossing! Rentals are for a minimum of one hour or in full-hour increments. You can reserve your space for as many hours you want to stay and play all day! Mini-golf is additional. Bring your own picnic or make it a party with pizza, sandwiches or hot dogs.

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Fitness

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Watercolor Painting

Oil Painting

Location: Winfield Park District 0N020 County Farm Rd, Winfield Fee: $75 Resident $85 Non-Resident 29635 16 yrs.+ M 6:30- 9:00pm Sep 10-Oct 29

Location: Wheaton Park District Community Center 1777 S. Blanchard St., Wheaton Fee: $31 Resident $39 Non-Resident 30513 18 yrs.+ M 7:00- 9:30pm Sep 10-Oct 15 30514 18 yrs.+ Tu 9:00-11:30am Oct 23-Nov 27

Tap into your creative side and create beautiful paintings! Beginner, intermediate, and advanced artists are welcome in this class. You will explore watercolor techniques, color, composition, and color mixing. Artists may use mediums other than watercolors. Request a supply list at the time of registration.

Paint Today!

Beginners and experienced painters, it’s time to get creative. Practice painting, design, composition and oil techniques. Please request a supply list at the time of registration or download one from the special interest page on csparks.org.

No time to commit to a session long art class? Learn basic techniques and create a beautiful oil painting in just three hours! Bring a roll of paper towels, all other supplies will be provided. Location: Elk Trail Recreation Center

Knitting

Three Hour Workshop

Knitting for Beginners

Fee: 30505

$65 Resident 16 yrs.+ Th

$85 Non-Resident 6:00- 9:00pm Sep 13 NEW

Full Day Workshop Fee: 30506

$95 Resident 16 yrs.+ Sa

$115 Non-Resident 9:30- 5:00pm Nov 3

Open Art Class

Create beautiful pictures in your choice of medium. All levels of artists can explore color, composition and other artistic techniques in oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels, craypas, colored pencils, ink, and mixed media. Please pick up a supply list at the time of registration or download one from csparks.org.

It’s time to find out what the knitting craze is all about! Please request a supply list at the time of registration. Location: Simkus Recreation Center In this introductory class, you will learn all the basics - how to cast on, knit, and cast off. You will begin to make a beautiful homemade scarf, the perfect accessory for winter! Fee: $19 Resident $28 Non-Resident 29632 14 yrs.+ W 6:30- 8:30pm Sep 12

Christmas Stockings Learn to make an heirloom-quality Christmas stocking in your choice of patterns or copy a stocking you already own to finish a set. This project involves color changes and creativity! This intermediate level class requires at least basic knitting knowledge. Fee: $40 Resident $60 Non-Resident 29633 14 yrs.+ W 6:30- 8:30pm Oct 10-24

Location: Winfield Park District 0N020 County Farm Rd, Winfield Fee: $75 Resident $85 Non-Resident 29636 16 yrs.+ W 6:30- 9:00pm Sep 5-Oct 24

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SPECIAL INTEREST Crochet Today!

Learn how to hold a crochet hook and create foundation stitches. Use your new knowledge to crochet a simple washcloth. Bring one skein of cotton yarn & a G or H hook to class. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $19 Resident $28 Non-Resident 30525 16 yrs.+ W 6:30- 8:30pm Nov 7

Discover the art of glass fusing! Learn to make beautiful pieces of art using different colors of dichroic glass. You will cut and assemble the pieces to make unique, handcrafted items. All tools and supplies will be provided. Projects will be available for pick up at the Simkus Recreation Center one week after class due to firing time. Location: Simkus Recreation Center NEW

Pendants - Etching & Decal Method

Make three different pendants using a new etching method and decal technique. This is different from any class in the past and you will love the look. Many different decals will be available to decorate your pendants. Fee: $43 Resident $63 Non-Resident 29629 16 yrs.+ Tu 6:00- 8:00pm Sep 18

Square Bowl You will make a beautiful 7x7 inch square bowl using an array of clear, colored and dichroic glass. There will be some glass cutting required so you can design and assemble your own bowl. It will make a beautiful piece of art to display in your home or a unique gift for a loved one. Fee: $50 Resident $70 Non-Resident 29630 16 yrs.+ Tu 6:00- 8:00pm Oct 23 NEW

Learn to decorate the hottest trend in desserts like a pro with experts from Cutie Patootie Cupcakes! We’ll get creative for the holidays and design a spider, turkey, and poinsettia. Please bring a take home container; all other supplies are included. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $21 Resident $31 Non-Resident 30401 16 yrs.+ Tu 6:00- 6:45pm Sep 25

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Make cooking fun again! It’s time to sharpen your chef’s skills and learn recipes to breathe new life into your dinner table. Bring a container for leftovers. Location: Wheaton Warrenville South High School 1993 Tiger Trail, Wheaton. Fee: $24 Resident $30 Non-Resident

Breakfast Make homemade granola, a baked apple pancake and other morning treats. 30519 16 yrs.+ Tu 7:00- 9:30pm Sep 11

Glass Fusing Workshop

Cupcake Decorating in a Day

Culinary Classes

Crepes With a variety of fillings, crepes can be served for any meal! We’ll try spinach crepes, Nutella, banana and whipped cream crepes, and more. 30520 16 yrs.+ Tu 7:00- 9:30pm Sep 25

Easy Indian Two Try out new and easy recipes including Keema chicken curry and kulfi, an easy Indian ice cream. 30521 16 yrs.+ Tu 7:00- 9:30pm Oct 2

Foods of Love Discover the aphrodisiacal properties of foods, learn interesting facts and make recipes using asparagus, chocolate, and more. 30522 16 yrs.+ Tu 7:00- 9:30pm Oct 23

Soups Learn to make easy, delicious soups! Recipes include Greek egglemon soup with chicken, poblano corn chowder and more. 30523 16 yrs.+ Tu 7:00- 9:30pm Nov 6

How to Get Financially Fit

NEW

Do you need to build up savings or eliminate debt? Discover how to finally get financially fit. This informative and uplifting seminar will help improve your personal finances as you learn to take control of your money, lose the debt weight, improve your credit, and increase your savings. Location: Wheaton Park District Community Center Fee: $29 Resident $29 Non-Resident 30515 18 yrs.+ Tu 6:30- 8:30pm Sep 25

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st e r e t n I l a i c e p S Capturing the Moments: An Intro to Videography

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Share special moments, wisdom and family knowledge with those to come by preserving your personal history at a reasonable cost. A professional videographer will advise you on purchasing the right camera for your price point or how to effectively use the one you have. Learn how to interview and record, transfer footage from your camera for editing, and share your masterpiece. Location: Wheaton North High School 701 W. Thomas Rd. Wheaton. Fee: $119 Resident $150 Non-Resident 30518 18 yrs.+ Tu 7:00- 8:30pm Sep 11-18

Snowman Chip & Dip Ceramic Workshop

NEW

Get creative with this fun and easy winter project! Paint a threepiece ceramic snowman chip & dip set with food safe paints & glazes. It’s perfect for your holiday entertaining or as a very special gift. This item can be picked up one week later due to firing time. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $43 Resident $63 Non-Resident 30526 16 yrs.+ Tu 6:00- 8:00pm Nov 20

Prairie Walk

Discover the diversity of plants and animals of the prairie with a guided walk along the nature trails of James ‘Pate’ Philips State Park in Bartlett. Location: Bartlett Nature Center 2054 W. Stearns Rd., Bartlett Fee: $5 Resident / Non-Resident 30554 18 yrs.+ Tu 7:00- 8:00pm Sep 4

Star Gazing 101

NEW

Bring your family out to learn how to identify famous constellations and the ancient myths behind them. Make star charts, star maps, homemade planetariums, a star light gauge, and constellation pattern viewers for faster identification and memorization fun! Dress for the outdoors. Children need to attend with an adult and everyone must register.

Drum Lessons

Learn technique, drum separation, timing, stick control, double bass, soloing, patterns, exercises, original fills, and beats. You will also learn to read sheet music. Lessons are video recorded to take home. Instructor will contact each participant two days prior to start date to schedule lesson time. Private lessons are once a week for 30 minutes. Semi-private lessons include 15 minutes of instruction and 15 minutes of observation once a week. $15 book fee due to the instructor at the first class. Location: Elk Trail Recreation Center

Semi-Private Lessons - Two Students Fee: 30408

$95 Non-Resident 4:30- 8:30pm Sep 6-Oct 25

Private Lessons Fee: 30409

$149 Resident 15 yrs.+ Th

$169 Non-Resident 4:30- 8:30pm Sep 6-Oct 25

Semi-Private Lessons - Two Students Fee: 30410

$47 Resident 15 yrs.+ Th

$67 Non-Resident 4:30- 8:30pm Nov 8-Dec 13

Private Lessons Fee: 30411

$94 Resident 15 yrs.+ Th

$114 Non-Resident 4:30- 8:30pm Nov 8-Dec 13

Private Guitar Lessons

It’s guitar made easy! Learn basic music skills, chord structure, and music reading. Lessons are customized to your skill level on either an acoustic or electric guitar. Choose the time that fits your schedule upon registration. $10 book fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $179 Resident $199 Non-Resident 30497 16 yrs.+ Th 4:30- 5:00pm Sep 13-Nov 1 30498 16 yrs.+ Th 5:00- 5:30pm Sep 13-Nov 1 30499 16 yrs.+ Th 5:30- 6:00pm Sep 13-Nov 1 30500 16 yrs.+ Th 6:00- 6:30pm Sep 13-Nov 1 30501 16 yrs.+ Th 6:30- 7:00pm Sep 13-Nov 1 30502 16 yrs.+ Th 7:00- 7:30pm Sep 13-Nov 1 30503 16 yrs.+ Th 7:30- 8:00pm Sep 13-Nov 1 30504 16 yrs.+ Th 8:00- 8:30pm Sep 13-Nov 1

Location: Bartlett Nature Center 2054 W. Stearns Rd., Bartlett Fee: $12 Resident $12 Non-Resident 30560 8 yrs.+ F 7:30- 9:00pm Sep 28 30561 8 yrs.+ F 7:30- 9:00pm Oct 26 30562 8 yrs.+ F 7:30- 9:00pm Nov 16

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SPECIAL INTEREST Musikgarten Group Piano Lessons

Focus on the joy of playing music in a stress free, nonperformance environment with this relaxing, recreational music making approach. A piano or keyboard for at-home practice is recommended but not required. A $24 supply fee, due to the instructor on the first night, includes a piano book and accompanying CD. Location: Wheaton North High School 701 W. Thomas Rd. Wheaton.

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Level One Previous training and piano skills not required! Fee: $85 Resident $107 Non-Resident 30516 16 yrs.+ W 6:45- 7:45pm Sep 5-Oct 24 NEW

Alumni Fee: 30517

$85 Resident 16 yrs.+ W

$107 Non-Resident 8:00- 9:00pm Sep 5-Oct 24

Photo Scavenger Hunt Challenge

NEW

Saturday, September 29 Snap a picture on your smart phone of a slide in a park, eating munchkins in a sand box or wearing a Halloween mask…and win cash for it! Join the park districts of Carol Stream, West Chicago and Winfield as we send you and your team out on a wild exploration of the three towns. Each team will complete an initial challenge to receive their list and then go off on their own to gather as many points as possible in the allotted time. Creativity is encouraged and rewarded! After the hunt, meet at Hawthorne’s Backyard for a pig roast, volleyball, bags & bocce. Winners will be announced and you can view the crazy team pictures. Please note: Each team is required to have at least one smart phone that is capable of taking pictures and sending them via email. Driver must be 18yrs+, ID required. Location: Hawthorne’s Backyard, 1200 W. Hawthorne Ln., West Chicago Fee: $75 Team of 2-4 $20 Additonal Team Member 30553 16yrs.+ Sa 2:30- 6:30pm Sep 29

Billy Croft & The 5 Alarm Sunday, Sept 2, Carol Stream Town Center A new Labor Day concert with fireworks! 5pm: Food Service Begins. 6pm: Concert Begins. 8:30pm: 20min Firework Show. 6-9:30pm Shuttle Service. Visit carolstream.org for parking locations

Hours Jun 4 - Aug 19 Mon-Fri : 11am-10pm Sat: 11am-10pm Sun: 11am-9pm

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Tots 2 & Under: Free 3yrs+: $5 10 round Pre-Pay: $45 Specials

Families of four golf for $15 every Friday!

All programs have a set minimum and maximum. If the minimum is not met, then the program may be cancelled, so please complete your registration early.

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Dog Activities Dog Agility Foundation Training

Teach your dog how to maneuver the obstacles of an agility course! This class will make you and your dog a winning team using the power of the clicker and positive reinforcement. Dogs will be introduced to all of the agility equipment throughout the session. This course is for dogs one year and older. Dogs three to twelve months are welcome but will be restricted from some of the obstacles. Dogs should have basic doggy manners, be people and dog friendly, and have an understanding of sit, stay, and come when called. Location: Paw Law Dog Training 1053 Lake St. in Hanover Park. Fee: $140 Resident / Non-Resident 30585 12 yrs.+ Sa 1:00- 2:00pm Oct 6-Nov 24

People Training for Dogs

Does your dog take you for a walk or run away when you call him? Get Fido trained with Roc Solid Obedience! This fun class will teach you how to recognize and control problems before they become unmanageable. Your dog will learn to heel, sit, down, stay, stand for a veterinary exam, and come when called. Free course repeats as needed! All dogs are required to be up to date on immunizations (Rabies, Parvo and Distemper) with a negative stool sample checked no more than two weeks prior to the first class and documented by your pet’s veterinarian. Please do not bring your dog to the first day of class. Dogs four months or older are welcome. No class on Oct 7. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $95 Resident $115 Non-Resident 29578 12 yrs.+ Su 9:00-11:00am Sep 9-Oct 21 29579 12 yrs.+ Su 9:00-11:00am Nov 4-Dec 9

K9 Scent Work

Check out the newest urban sport for dogs! K9 Scent Work is designed to develop your dog’s natural scenting abilities by using their desire to hunt and their love of toys, food and exercise. It’s a great way for your dog to have fun, build confidence, and burn lots of mental and physical energy.

A message from our activity guide sponsor

Location: Paw Law Dog Training 1053 Lake St. in Hanover Park. Fee: $110 Resident / Non-Resident 30587 16 yrs.+ F 6:30- 7:30pm Sep 14-Oct 19

Carol Stream Animal Hospital

Dog Trick Training

Amaze your family and friends by proving how smart your dog is! Teaching dog tricks is one of the greatest joys of having a canine companion in your life. Learn to perform a variety of tricks and, in turn, build a happy, confident dog while providing a great outlet for their energy. Location: Paw Law Dog Training 1053 Lake St. in Hanover Park. Fee: $75 Resident / Non-Resident 30586 12 yrs.+ Sa 2:15- 3:15pm Oct 6-27

Call 630-462-7888 to make an appointment with our friendly staff.

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yap Howl’oween Dog Parade & Costume Contest

Dress up your pooch and parade around our Bark Park! Categories include best, scariest, funniest & cutest couple (dog & owner). Judges will be looking for creativity and showmanship & prizes will be awarded. Each dog will receive a treat bag! Owners must secure their dog on a six foot leash. Event may be canceled due to inclement weather or low registration. Check our website csparks.org for updates prior to the event. Location: Bark Park Carol Stream Fee: $2 Resident $3 Non-Resident 30551 6 months+ Su 1:00- 2:00pm Oct 28

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>> word is out! It’s time to get Half Year Passes Now Available BARK PARK HOURS Monday dawn – dusk Tuesday 11am – dusk Wednesday dawn – dusk Thursday 11am – dusk Friday dawn – dusk Saturday dawn – dusk Sunday dawn – dusk

Read the Bark Park rules at www.csparks.org /barkpark

2012 half year passes are now available at Simkus Recreation Center. Rates are per household. Bring proof of rabies vaccination. Full year pass $29 Res $49 Non-Res Half year pass $19 Res $29 Non-Res (after Jul 15) All 2012 passes expire on 12/31/12

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Dance Ballroom Dance

Country Line Dancing

Ballroom I

Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $42 Resident $62 Non-Resident 27795 16 yrs.+ Th 7:15- 8:30pm Aug 30-Oct 18 27796 16 yrs.+ Th 7:15- 8:30pm Oct 25-Dec 13

Learn the art of Modern American and International style of ballroom dance for fun or special occasions. Recommended attire; comfortable, moveable clothing and leather or felt sole shoes. Fee is per person. Oct 8 class will be held at Simkus Recreation Center. Location: Cloverdale School Fee: $51 Resident $71 Non-Resident

Learn the basic steps and skills of the Fox Trot, Waltz, Rumba and East Coast Swing. 27802 16 yrs.+ M 7:00- 8:00pm Sep 17-Nov 5

Ballroom II Learn the basic steps and skills of the Cha Cha, Quick Step, Tango and Jive or Samba. 27803 16 yrs.+ M 8:00- 9:00pm Sep 17-Nov 5

Belly Dancing

Learn this authentic and legendary style of dance. The instructors will make the participants feel comfortable and encourage participation. This class will also provide an excellent workout for all participants. No class Nov 5.

Learn to line dance to country, pop, rock, oldies, and the current hits! Dances are easy to learn through patterns of repeated steps. You will also receive step sheets and review video. Dances vary; no two sessions are the same. All ability levels welcome. No class Oct 4 or Nov 22.

Hip Hop

Drop it like it’s hot! Learn a fun and funky new style, pick up some moves you can try in the club, or just shake up your work-out routine, this is a great class for you. No class Nov 22. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $35 Resident $55 Non-Resident 29765 16 yrs.+ Th 6:15- 7:00pm Sep 13-Oct 18 29766 16 yrs.+ Th 6:15- 7:00pm Oct 25-Dec 6

A message from our activity guide sponsor

Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $60 Resident $80 Non-Resident 27797 16 yrs.+ M 7:00- 8:00pm Sep 10-Oct 15 27798 16 yrs.+ M 7:00- 8:00pm Oct 29-Dec 10

Salsa Dancing

Need to add some spice to your step? Feel the heat. feel the beat, feel your body wake up with Latin Salsa Dancing. Lessons are suited for dancers of all abilities. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Fee: $50 Resident $70 Non-Resident 29627 16 yrs.+ M 8:15- 9:15pm Sep 10-Oct 15 29628 16 yrs.+ M 8:15- 9:15pm Oct 22-Dec 3

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Forever Young 50+ Trips

FOREVER YOUNG

Whether you are the adventurous-type, looking for an exciting day trip, or you’re interested in meeting new friends over a cup of coffee, there is a Forever Young program for you! Our 34 passenger bus picks up at two locations in Carol Stream, providing a comfortable, carefree experience. Enjoy your days amongst friends and add some fun to your life!

Jumer’s Casino

Paula Deen’s Kitchen

Wednesday, Sep 5

Monday, Sep 10

Don’t miss this visit to Jumer’s in Rock Island. Spend your day playing blackjack, craps, roulette, poker, the vast selection of penny slots, and more! You will receive $5 on your player’s card and $5 food credit. A valid state ID is required. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 7:15 am 7:15 pm Colony Park 7:30 am 7:00 pm Fee: $16 Res $19 Non-Res Code: 30469 Due Date: 8/15

Food Network’s southern favorite Paula Deen opened a restaurant at Harrah’s Casino in Joliet and it’s time we checked it out! Southern specialties on the extensive buffet include fried chicken, mac and cheese, fish, greens, salad bar, and a delicious dessert bar. There will be additional time given to shop at Paula’s store or to try your luck at the casino. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 10:15 am 4:00 pm Colony Park 10:30 am 3:45 pm Fee: $29 Res $32 Non-Res Code: 30471 Due Date: 9/1

Paw Paw Wine & Harvest Festival Saturday, Sep 8 Spend the afternoon celebrating the fall harvest in Paw Paw, Michigan! This festival is not just for wine connoisseurs, although there are free wine tastings and winery tours. Experience their impressive farmer’s market, classic car show, arts & crafts fair, live entertainment, fine art show & sale, and an exciting grape stomp. A Sloppy Joe lunch is included. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 7:45 am 7:30 pm Colony Park 8:00 am 7:15 pm Fee: $20 Res $23 Non-Res Code: 30470 Due Date: 8/15

Grease Wednesday, Sep 12 From the poodle skirts to the slicked back hair, Grease is the ultimate celebration of the 1950s! Featuring hit after hit including ‘Summer Nights’, ‘You’re the One That I Want’, and ‘Greased Lightnin’’, the show’s rock and roll score will have you dancing in your seat. Please eat lunch prior to this trip at the Paramount Theatre in Aurora. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 11:55 am 5:20 pm Colony Park 12:10 pm 5:05 pm Fee: $30 Res $33 Non-Res Code: 30472 Due Date: 8/15

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University of Notre Dame Tour Monday, Sep 17 The Notre Dame campus in South Bend, IN is a visual splendor with ivycovered walls on classic collegiate Gothic buildings. During our guided tour, you will visit some of the world’s most recognized campus landmarks: the Golden Dome, Touchdown Jesus, the Grotto, and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. You’ll discover the heart of the university, rooted in faith and tradition. Lunch first at Red Robin will include your choice of entrée from their delicious menu featuring burgers, chicken sandwiches, and salads, along with dessert. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 8:00 am 7:00 pm Colony Park 8:15 am 6:45 pm Fee: $35 Res $38 Non-Res Code: 30474 Due Date: 9/1

Judy Garland Duets Wednesday, Sep 19 Don’t miss this loving tribute to Judy Garland and the musical men in her life! Rob Dorn and Laura Freeman salute Judy’s duets with Gene, Fred, Mickey and other favorites. You will also revisit her adored films as they recreate classic arrangements of ‘For Me and My Gal’, ‘The Trolley Song’, ‘The Man Who Got Away’ and many more. Lunch featuring ham jubilee, salad, rolls, potato, steamed vegetables, and dessert along with a tour of the Jacob Henry Mansion are included. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 9:00 am 4:00 pm Colony Park 9:15 am 3:45 pm Fee: $60 Res $63 Non-Res Code: 30473 Due Date: 9/1

Residents may begin registering upon receiving the activity guide. Non-Resident registration begins Aug 15.

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Forever Young Mystery Trip Fall 2012 Wednesday, Sep 26 We’re taking you to tour a facility that produces ice cold delights. You’ll even get a tasty sample at this mysterious location. Afterwards we’ll enjoy an extensive lunch of appetizers, salads, entrées and desserts. This restaurant is part of one of Chicagoland’s favorite restaurant families. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 8:45 am 2:15 pm Colony Park 9:00 am 2:00 pm Fee: $39 Res $42 Non-Res Code: 30475 Due Date: 9/1

Senior Oktoberfest and Bingo Celebration Thursday, Sep 27 Roll out the barrel! (The root beer barrel of course)! Our 2nd annual Oktoberfest and Bingo Celebration is back. Enjoy delicious German food, music, bingo and prizes. Event runs 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM. The event is sponsored in part by the Lexington in Bloomingdale. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Colony Park 11:00 am 1:45 pm or meet us at Simkus at 11:30 am Fee: $5 Res $8 Non-Res Code: 29775 Due Date: 9/15

The Berghoff Restaurant Thursday, Oct 11 Don’t miss our trip to Chicago’s oldest restaurant, featuring fine German fare in the heart of the Loop. At this iconic restaurant we will enjoy some tasty Oktoberfest German delights. You’ll be able to select from schnitzels, sandwiches, burgers, entrées, and the choices go on. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 10:45 am 3:45 pm Colony Park 11:00 am 3:00 pm Fee: $35 Res $38 Non-Res Code: 30476 Due Date: 10/1

albuquerque & santa fe OVERNIGHT TRIP - Sep 29 - Oct 7, 2012

Discover the Land of Enchantment $849 Resident

$859 Non-Resident

(Rates for double occupancy)

$1089 Resident

$1099 Non-Resident

(Rates for single occupancy)

Code: 28498 Final Payment Due Upon Registration

Call (630) 784-6100 or visit Simkus Recreation Center for full itinerary and optional insurance information.

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Enjoy a guided tour of Santa Fe featuring the unique southwestern architecture, the artisans’ plaza, and the Saint Francis Cathedral. Visit Sky City, a 900 year old Native American hilltop village, the San Esteban del Rey mission, and the inspiring New Mexico Veterans’ Memorial. Explore historic Old Town Albuquerque’s charming shops and cafes then stroll through the city’s beautiful Sculpture Gardens. Conclude your trip with breathtaking views as you soar over the mountains in the enclosed Sandia Peak Tramway. This nine day overnight trip includes eight nights lodging, including four consecutive nights in the Albuquerque area, fourteen meals, and deluxe motorcoach transportation.

Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100


FOREVER YOUNG

Tinker Cottage

COD Culinary School

Pie in the Sky

Tuesday, Oct 16

Thursday, Oct 25

Tuesday, Oct 30

Cute, quaint, and beautiful is the Tinker Cottage in Palatine. Enjoy touring this Swiss-inspired home on a bluff, overlooking a creek-crossing suspension bridge. Afterwards, we’ll go to the Stockholm Inn for your choice of a smorgasbord of lunch items and a slice of pie. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 11:15 am 2:45 pm Colony Park 11:30 am 2:30 pm Fee: $30 Res $33 Non-Res Code: 30477 Due Date: 10/1

By request, we’re checking out the distinguished Wheat Café at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn. Culinary students will prepare their choice of seasonal entrees along with bread, soup, salad and dessert. They will also give us a tour of the culinary department. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 11:00 am 3:15 pm Colony Park 11:15 am 3:00 pm Fee: $27 Res $30 Non-Res Code: 30480 Due Date: 10/1

Join us for the Ultimate Chicago Experience! A variety of pizza pies awaits you at Chicago’s favorite, Giordano’s. Then get your camera ready! The Willis Tower (Sears Tower) welcomes you to views at 1,353 feet up where you can even experience ‘The Ledge.’ Are you brave enough to stand on the clear glass floor, 103 stories up, at the Skydeck? Pick-up your favorite bag of Garrett’s Popcorn (on your own) to end this not to be missed Chicago experience. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 11:00 am 5:15 pm Colony Park 11:15 am 5:00 pm Fee: $48 Res $51 Non-Res Code: 30482 Due Date: 10/15

Blue Chip Casino Thursday, October 18 This boat in Michigan City, Indiana boasts of over 2100 slot machines, 51 table games, an 8-table poker room, and everyone’s favorite, the penny machines. A $10 food voucher is included as well as $10 in slots credits with 1500 points on your player’s card. A valid State I.D. is required. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 8:45 am 6:15 pm Colony Park 9:00 am 6:00 pm Fee: $18 Res $21 Non-Res Code: 30478 Due Date: 10/1

The Beat Goes On Friday, Oct 26 This upbeat show will have you tapping your toe to hits by Glen Miller Band, Chuck Berry, The Andrews Sisters, Elvis, Ray Charles, Carl Perkins, The Monkees, Jerry Lee Lewis, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, The Jackson Five, Johnny Cash & more at Millies in Delavan Wisconsin. There will also be time to explore the English gardens and Millies Shopping Village. Lunch at the restaurant is on your own. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 9:30 am 5:15 pm Colony Park 9:45 am 5:00 pm Fee: $22 Res $25 Non-Res Code: 30481 Due Date: 9/15

Starved Rock Fall Tour Monday Oct 22 Enjoy Starved Rock during the most beautiful time of the year. Tour includes a hot lunch buffet in the lodge’s rustic dining room, a relaxing trolley ride through the colorful fall trees, and a guided scenic walk to Council Overhang and Ottawa Canyon. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 8:20 am 5:30 pm Colony Park 8:35 am 5:15 pm Fee: $45 Res $48 Non-Res Code: 30479 Due Date: 10/15

Coffee & Bingo Thursdays, 12:00-2:00pm Join in on the fun of free bingo! We’ll supply the coffee, bingo prizes, and a gift certificate for the overall winner. Please bring a grab bag gift for an additional bingo prize and snacks are always welcome. Location: Simkus Recreation Center

Four Winds Casino Thursday, Nov 1 Four Winds in New Buffalo, Michigan is the premier casino in the Midwest! Choose from over 3000 slots, including penny machines, blackjack, craps, baccarat, pai gow poker, and the World Poker Tour Poker Room. You will receive a $10 credit towards lunch and $15 for slot play. A valid state ID is required. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 8:10 am 5:45 pm Colony Park 8:25 am 5:30 pm Fee: $21 Res $24 Non-Res Code: 30488 Due Date: 10/15

Coffee & Cards Tuesdays, 12:00-3:00pm Bring your pennies to this informal, free drop-in afternoon of card playing! We’ll provide the coffee and you are welcome to bring any treats you wish! Location: Simkus Recreation Center

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Forever Young Taste of Wisconsin

A Day at the Meadow’s Wednesday, Nov 7

Monday, Nov 5 We’re going to explore some of Wisconsin’s tastiest spots! Lunch at The Chancery is included, where you’ll order from a great selection of sandwich and burger choices. We’ll make stops at the famous O & H Kringles, The Brat Stop, and Mars Cheese Castle where each will give you a taste to sample their specialties. You’ll definitely want to take home treats from each of these wellknown hot spots. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 9:15 am 6:15 pm Colony Park 9:30 am 6:00 pm Fee: $32 Res $35 Non-Res Code: 30490 Due Date: 10/15

Explore the Meadow’s Senior Community in Glen Ellyn. Our day will include a delicious luncheon along with special piano entertainment. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 11:15 am 2:45 pm Colony Park 11:00 am 2:30 pm Fee: $7 Res $10 Non-Res Code: 30541 Due Date: 12/1

COPD - How Activity Can Improve Your Way of Life Thursday, Nov 8, 6:30-8pm Join Cadence Health licensed respiratory therapists who will discuss COPD, how it can be managed and how an active lifestyle will improve quality of life. Presented by Anita Indrelie & Cathy Scandora from Cadence Health. Location: College Of Dupage, Carol Stream Campus Fee: Free Code: 30327

A message from our activity guide sponsor

Adults Who Live Life

www.dupageboomers.com Recreation for the Active Adult! Designed for healthy, active lifestyles. More access, more programs! • • • •

Created specifically for the active adult 50+ Access to programs from 9 member park districts Exclusive in-district fees for residents of any member district Convenient online registration

Fitness Events Sports Leagues Educational Special Interest/Hobbies Social Outings

For a complete listing of programs, call Becky at 630-681-0962 ext 161 or visit www.dupageboomers.com. DuPage Boomers is a partnership between the Bloomingdale, Carol Stream, Glen Ellyn, Naperville, Roselle, Warrenville, West Chicago, Wheaton and Winfield Park Districts.

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FOREVER YOUNG Alfie’s Restaurant Friday, Nov 9 Join us for lunch at one of Glen Ellyn’s favorite restaurants! Choose their famous all you can eat fish fry or an entree of your choice, featuring pork chops, half slab baby back ribs, chicken and shrimp, and a variety of sandwiches. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 11:15 am 2:45 pm Colony Park 11: 30 am 2:30 pm Fee: $23 Res $26 Non-Res Code: 30492 Due Date: 11/1

Chicago Pedway Tour Tuesday, Nov 13

Four Winds Casino Monday, Nov 19

Potawatomi Casino

Four Winds in New Buffalo, Michigan is the premier casino in the Midwest! Choose from over Code: 3000 slots, including penny machines, blackjack, craps, baccarat, pai gow poker, and the World Poker Tour Poker Room. You will receive a $10 credit towards lunch and $15 for slot play. A valid state ID is required. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 8:10 am 5:45 pm Colony Park 8:25 am 5:30 pm Fee: $21 Res $24 Non-Res Code: 30489 Due Date: 11/1

Explore Chicago’s Pedway while discovering fascinating historical information about the city. Our tour guide will show us how to navigate through Chicago by taking the extensive underground walkways. The best part is you can leave your coat on the bus because you’ll be inside the entire time! Bring your camera for this fascinating tour. We’ll stop for lunch on your own at the market first. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 10:00 am 5:15 pm Colony Park 10:15 am 5:00 pm Fee: $20 Res $23 Non-Res Code: 30493 Due Date: 11/1

Annie

Thanksgiving Luncheon

The Signature Room

Thursday, Nov 15

Friday, Nov 30

Join us in celebrating Thanksgiving with a traditional turkey dinner and all the fixings! The Park District’s young dancers and gymnasts will perform some special numbers for you. Don’t miss this annual event with a delicious, late lunch and exceptional entertainment! The luncheon takes place at 3:00-5:00pm at Simkus Recreation Center. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Colony Park 2:15 pm 5:15 pm Fee: $5 Res $8 Non-Res Code: 29776 Due Date: 11/1

Join us for a sophisticated luncheon on the 95th floor at the Signature Room. The breathtaking view from high up in the John Hancock building along with the exquisite menu will leave you speechless. We will also peruse the renowned train displays in the lobby for your enjoyment. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 10:15 am 4:45 pm Colony Park 10:30 am 4:30 pm Fee: $43 Res $46 Non-Res Code: 30534 Due Date: 10/1

Thursday, Dec 6 Join us at Potawatami Casino in Milwaukee, WI where’s there is something for everyone. There are 3,100 slots to choose from, including penny machines. You can also try your luck at blackjack, craps, roulette, poker, bingo and much more. Our casino package includes a $10 reward on your player’s card and a $10 food and beverage credit. A valid state ID is required. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 8:00am 6:00 pm Colony Park 8:15am 5:45 pm Fee: $20 Res $23 Non-Res Code: 30536 Due Date: 11/15

Wednesday, Nov 28 The timeless tale of Little Orphan Annie is back! Don’t miss this classic musical about never giving up hope, taking place at the Paramount Theatre. Boasting one of Broadway’s most memorable scores, including ‘It’s the Hard-Knock Life’, ‘Easy Street’, and ‘Tomorrow,’ Annie is a mustsee performance. Please eat before the show starts. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 11:55 am 5:20 pm Colony Park 12:10 pm 5:05 pm Fee: $30 Res $33 Non-Res Code: 30545 Due Date: 11/1

A Fireside Christmas Saturday, Dec 8 Don’t miss this annual trip to the Fireside Theatre’s must-see Christmas show it’s new every year! You’ll get into the Christmas spirit with the glorious singing, beautiful costumes, and spectacular dancing. An exquisite lunch will feature baked ham, scalloped potatoes, pineapple and pecan soufflé, asparagus spears and carrots, oriental salad, and Santa’s Chocolate Chimney for dessert. On the way home we’ll stop at Jones Dairy Farm & Sausage store, where you can pick up some goodies. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 7:30 am 8:00 pm Colony Park 7:45 am 7:45 pm Fee: $88 Res $91 Non-Res Code: 30537 Due Date: 11/1

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Singing in the Rain Holiday Lights Tour Monday, Dec 10 Start the evening with a festive Italian dinner at the delicious DiMaggio Café in Harwood Heights on your own. Then onto the tour featuring at least 10 fantastic light displays throughout the suburbs, where you will meet some of the delightful decorators (who occasionally hop on board) and enjoy caroling and games en route. Christmas sweaters are encouraged. It’s a holiday event you won’t want to miss by Mary Edsey, author of the award-winning guidebook The Best Christmas Decorations in Chicagoland. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 3:45 pm 9:15 pm Colony Park 4:00 pm 9:00 pm Fee: $37 Res $40 Non-Res Code: 30539 Due Date: 12/1

Christmas Sharing Tuesday, Dec 11 Join us in wrapping toys for Carol Stream’s children in need! The Carol Stream Police Department’s Christmas Sharing Program is designed to assist Carol Stream residents who need help providing their families with a happy holiday season. Why not take a break from your busy holiday schedule and spread the joy and spirit of the holiday season to the community? Treats and lunch will be provided. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Colony Park 9:50 am 2:10 pm Or meet us at the Carol Stream Village Hall at 10:00 am Fee: Free Code: 30538 Due Date: 12/1

Wednesday, Dec 12 Considered by many as the greatest movie musical ever made, ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ will bring you back to the days of Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds. Exhilarating dance numbers, a toe-tapping score, and an effervescent love story create a delightful stage production that honors the magnificent movie musicals of the 1940’s and the revolutionary birth of the talking motion picture. Lunch at Drury Lane is included. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 10:50 am 5:15 pm Colony Park 11:05 am 5:00 pm Meal Selections: #1 Roast Pork #2 Chicken Breast Marsala Fee: $59 Res $62 Non-Res Code: 30491 Due Date: 10/1

Bohemian Crystal Restaurant Friday, Dec 14

Come hungry and leave happy after lunch at the Bohemian Crystal in Westmont! This popular family restaurant features old-world Czech fare that will stick to your ribs. Our meal will feature roast duck, breaded pork tenderloin, and roast sirloin of beef with rolls, soups, sauerkraut, sweet & sour cabbage, dumplings, potatoes, vegetables, and desserts. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 11:10 am 2:45 pm Colony Park 11:25 am 2:30 pm Fee: $24 Res $27 Non-Res Code: 30540 Due Date: 12/1

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Tuesday, Dec 18 Explore the The Domes, Milwaukee’s famous living landmark! Experience a desert oasis, tropical jungle, and beautiful floral gardens at this indoor horticultural attraction. Their Let it Snow holiday exhibit will feature snow angels, poinsettias, snowmen, and a decorated tree as the centerpiece. Lunch at a crowd favorite, Rock Bottom Brewery, with views of the water and an extensive array of menu choices is included. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 9:30 am 6:45 pm Colony Park 9:45 am 6:30 pm Fee: $35 Res $38 Non-Res Code: 30535 Due Date: 11/15

Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide. csparks.org. (630) 784-6100

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Radio City Rockettes Spectacular Wednesday, Dec 19

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Mitchell Park Conservatory

Direct from New York’s Radio City Music Hall, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular is making a special stop at the AKOO Theater in Rosemont. Starring the world-famous Rockettes, well known for their eye-high kicks and precision dancing, this Christmas show is sure to get you in the spirit of the season. Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 10:30 am 5:45 pm Colony Park 10:45 am 5:30 pm Fee: $52 Res $55 Non-Res Code: 30546 Due Date: 11/1

New Years Eve at the Martinique Monday, Dec 31 Ring in the New Year with your Forever Young friends at the Martinique in Burbank! Hi the dance floor while a DJ plays classic hits for your entertainment. You will also receive two cocktail tickets, a wonderful lunch, and a celebration to end the year with a bang! Pick-up Locations Depart Return Simkus 10:25 am 5:15 pm Colony Park 10:40 am 5:00 pm Meal Selections: #1 Cornish Hen #2 Boston Baked Scrod Fee: $61 Res $64 Non-Res Code: 30542 Due Date: 11/15

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Forever Young Registration Form Name:

Email:

Address: City:

Zip:

State:

Phone:

Birthdate:

Please describe any special accommodations needed for the enjoyment of this activity:

Emergency Contact:

Relation:

Emergency Contact Phone Number: WAIVER & RELEASE The Carol Stream Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents/guardians of minors registering for the above listed programs/activities must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities/programs. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way or recently suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.

WARNING OF RISK Recreational activities are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant. Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Depending on the particular activity, participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to inclement weather, slip and falls, poor skill level or conditioning, carelessness, horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premises defects, inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction or officiating, and all other circumstances inherent to indoor and outdoor recreational activities exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Carol Stream Park District to guarantee absolute safety.

WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in the programs listed above, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with these programs (including transportation services and vehicle operations, when provided). I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in these programs, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in these programs against the Carol Stream Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers and employees. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering on-line or via fax, my on-line or facsimile signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature. Participation will be denied if the signature of adult participant or parent/guardian and date are not on this waiver.

Signature of Participant

PAYMENT METHOD

Date

I will be paying by: Cash

Check

Credit Card

Please make checks payable to Carol Stream Park District. To maintain your financial safety, please do not write your credit card number on this form. If this form is submitted by mail the Service Team staff will phone you directly to process your credit card transaction. This registration is not complete until full payment is received.

Mail to: Simkus Recreation Center, 849 W Lies Rd, Carol Stream, IL, 60188. P. (630) 784-6100 F. (630) 289-1972. TDD: 1-800-526-0844. Please pick your programs on the next page...

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Forever Young Registration Form X x

Event Name of Trip

Date

Code

R/NR Fee

Due Date

Pickup

Meal

4/5

12345

$15 / $18

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Simkus

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Jumer’s Casino

Sep 5

30469

$16/$19

8/15

Paw Paw Wine & Harvest Festival

Sep 8

30470

$20/$23

8/15

Paula Deen’s Kitchen

Sep 10

30471

$29/$32

9/1

Grease

Sep 12

30472

$30/$33

8/15

University of Notre Dame Tour

Sep 17

30474

$39/$42

9/1

Judy Garland Duets

Sep 19

30473

$60/$63

9/1

Mystery Trip

Sep 26

30475

$32/$33

9/1

Senior Oktoberfest

Sep 27

29775

$5/$8

9/15

Albuquerque & Santa Fe Overnight Trip

Sept 29Oct 7

28498

$849/$859

Upon Reg.

The Berghoff Restaurant

Oct 11

30476

$35/$38

10/1

Tinker Cottage

Oct 16

30477

$30/$33

10/1

Blue Chip Casino

Oct 18

30478

$18/$21

10/1

Starved Rock Fall Tour

Oct 22

30479

$45/$48

10/15

COD Culinary School

Oct 25

30480

$27/$30

10/1

The Beat Goes On

Oct 26

30481

$22/$25

9/15

Pie in the Sky

Oct 30

30482

$48/$51

10/15

Four Winds Casino

Nov 1

30488

$21/$24

10/15

Taste of Wisconsin

Nov 5

30490

$32/$35

10/15

A Day at the Meadow’s

Nov 7

30541

$7/$10

11/1

Alfie’s Restaurant

Nov 9

30492

$23/$26

11/1

Chicago Pedway Tour

Nov 13

30493

$20/$23

11/1

Thanksgiving Luncheon

Nov 15

29776

$5/$8

11/1

Four Winds Casino

Nov 19

30489

$21/$24

11/1

Annie

Nov 28

30545

$30/$33

11/1

The Signature Room

Nov 30

30534

$43/$46

10/1

Potawatomi Casino

Dec 6

30536

$20/$23

11/15

A Fireside Christmas

Dec 8

30537

$88/$91

11/1

Holiday Lights Tour

Dec 10

30539

$37/$40

12/1

Christmas Sharing

Dec 11

30538

Free

12/1

Singing in the Rain

Dec 12

30491

$59/$62

11/1

Bohemian Crystal Restaurant

Dec 14

30540

$24/$27

12/1

Mitchell Park Conservatory

Dec 18

30535

$35/$38

11/15

Radio City Rockettes Spectacular

Dec 19

30546

$52/$55

11/1

New Year’s Eve at the Martinique

Dec 31

30542

$61/$64

11/15

Registration Information Return this form with your trip selections to the Simkus Recreation Center at 849 W. Lies Road, or fax it to (630) 289-1972, or register online at csparks.org. We cannot accept registrations over the phone. Please make sure we receive your registration form and payment by the indicated deadline otherwise your spot will not be guaranteed. Space is often limited, so complete your registration early!

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Pick-up Locations

The park district bus will be picking up at two Carol Stream locations only. Remember to write your pick-up on your registration form. If you wish to switch pick-ups after you have registered, please let us know at least one day in advance. Simkus

849 W. Lies Rd.

Meet in the lobby.

Colony Park Apts.

550 Thornhill Dr.

Meet at the main office.

Departure Times Departure times listed for each trip reflect the time when the bus will depart. Please arrive at least five minutes early in order to check in and board the bus.

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Western DuPage Special Recreation Association

Western DuPage Special Recreation Association 630-681-0962 wdsra.com

Two ways to play with WDSRA! Carol Stream Park District & the ADA

WDSRA Programs

WDSRA provides a fun, safe environment for more than 4,500 children, teens, and adults to choose from over 1,500 programs, trips, and special events throughout the year. Programs everyone to participate at their own ability level. We offer a wide range of programs to reach a variety of interests, including: swim lessons, special Olympics, music, baseball, soccer, drama, art, bowling, trips, outings, social clubs, wheelchair and adapted sports and much more.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination on the basis of a disability. The park district will make reasonable accommodations in recreation programs to enable participation by an individual with a disability that meets essential eligibility requirements for that leisure program and facilities. If you have questions or believe you have been unfairly discriminated against by the park district, please call (630) 784-6100. Those who use the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf may reach the park district by calling (800) 526-0844.

Inclusion Services

WDSRA also offers inclusion services for those wishing to participate in regular park district programs but may need assistance. Inclusion is designed to provide the least restrictive environment while providing the maximum opportunity to participate in a program. There is no charge for WDSRA’s support. If you would like assistance, please indicate that special accommodations are needed on the park district registration form. If you have questions, contact WDSRA at 630-681-0962. Twoweek advance notice is requested for inclusion support.

Volunteers/Part Time Staff We are looking for caring people with a desire to give a little. Volunteers are needed to assist in a variety of programs from sports to crafts to special events. Our programs are fun and exciting. Sign up by yourself or with a friend. Hours are flexible, training is provided, and the benefits are many. For an application visit our website at wdsra.com.

Special Recreation Safe learning environment

Socialization opportunities

Caring, dedicated, trained staff

Establishing friendships

High staff to child ratio

Gaining social independence

Reaching children with all needs and disabilities

Programs that grow with your child

Imagine Can you • Make Just 1 More donation this year • Attend Just 1 More event • Forward Just 1 More enews • Tell Just 1 More person about WDSRA Say YES! to Just 1 More. Imagine the Impact you will be a part of!

Improved self-confidence DonateVolunteerSpread the Word

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WAIVER REGISTRATION/BROCHURE WAIVER & RELEASE IMPORTANT INFORMATION The Carol Stream Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Carol Stream Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents/guardians of minors registering for the above listed programs/activities must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities/programs. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way or recently suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity. WARNING OF RISK Recreational activities are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant. Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Depending on the particular activity, participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to inclement weather, slip and falls, poor skill level or conditioning, carelessness, horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premises defects, inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction or officiating, and all other circumstances inherent to indoor and outdoor recreational activities exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Carol Stream Park District to guarantee absolute safety. WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in the programs listed, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a Result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with these programs (including transportation services and vehicle operations, when provided). I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in these programs, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in these programs against the Carol Stream Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers and employees. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering on-line or via fax, my on-line or facsimile signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature. Participation will be denied if the signature of adult participant or parent/guardian and date are not on this waiver.

Signature of participant or guardian PAYMENT METHOD

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Please make checks payable to Carol Stream Park District. To maintain your financial safety, please do not write your credit card number on this form. If this form is submitted by mail the Service Team staff will phone you directly to process your credit card transaction. This registration is not complete until full payment is received.

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Mail to: Simkus Recreation Center, 849 W Lies Rd, Carol Stream, IL, 60188. P. (630) 784-6100 F. (630) 289-1972. TDD: 1-800-526-0844.


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Contents

Fall 2012

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Special Events > Fall Fitness 5k

Photo Scavenger Hunt CSBarks Dog Festival

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Adult Sports > Softball Leagues

Sports Classes Fall Tournaments

Fitness > Fitness Center Memberships

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Your Park District > Park Map

Plant a Tree Carol Stream Parks Foundation

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Special Interest

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> Hobbies & Skills

Dance Lessons

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Special Needs

Try zumba, BodyPump, PiYo and more for free anytime in October - our free fitness month! Sign up for a free six punch fitness pass. Page 15.

Photo Scavenger Hunt We’ve teamed up with West Chicago and Winfield for a three town, team photo challenge. Explore all three towns and compete for points in this new creative challenge. Page 27. {sports tournaments}

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Registration Information

Youth Activity Guide If you have kids age 0-17, we have a special recreation guide full of fun programs and activities just for them. Want a copy? Call us at (630) 7846100 and we’ll mail you one. You can also shop online at csparks.org.

Photography Policy Carol Stream Park District occasionally takes photographs of participants in park district programs, classes or events for marketing purposes. Park District residents are also welcome to submit their own photos to info@ csparks.org.

Summer Blast Softball Tournament Form a team and sign up for this 14” coed softball tournament played on the new all-weather ballfields at the new look McCaslin Park. Page 8. {forever young}

Senior Oktoberfest Prost! Enjoy delicious German food, music, bingo and prizes at our annual Forever Young Oktoberfest and Bingo Celebration on Sept 27. Page 32.

Location Guide Park District activities are held at the following facilities, unless noted otherwise in the activity description. See the map on page 20 for directions. Simkus Recreation Center, 849 W. Lies Rd., Carol Stream, IL 60188 Armstrong Park, Illini Rd, Carol Stream, IL 60188

How to Register

40 Years for Conservation Foundation

Online: Browse the full activity guide online, register for activities and pay by credit card at csparks.org In person: Complete a registration form and pay by cash, check or credit card at Simkus Recreation Center. By Mail: Complete a registration form and mail the form and check to Simkus Recreation Center, 849 W Lies Rd, Carol Stream, IL 60188

Payment Full payment for most programs is due at the time of registration. Payment may be made by cash, check or credit card (Visa/MC/ AMEX/DISC). Make checks payable to the Carol Stream Park District. There is a $20 fee for returned checks.

Program Capacity All programs have minimum and maximum enrollments. If the minimum enrollment is not met one week prior to the program date, the Park District may have to cancel, postpone or consolidate the program with another program. If the program is cancelled, full credits will be issued.

Waiting Lists Once the maximum enrollment is met for a class, a waiting list will be formed. We will create additional classes when feasible and you will be contacted. Credits will be processed after the first class.

Insurance The Park District does not carry medical or accident insurance for program participants or park patrons. Please review your personal health insurance plan to be certain that you and your family have proper coverage.

Financial Assistance

Green Up Your Workout Running shoes are designed to last for 300-400 miles of use. So what do you do with worn out running shoes? Nike’s Reuse-A-Shoe program was created to solve the problem. Old shoes of any brand are collected and recycled to be used to build new tracks, basketball and tennis courts. Shoes can be dropped off at Nike stores or mailed to the recycling center. Visit nikereuseashoe.com for details. For more information on how the Carol Stream Park District is taking action against climate change, go to csparks.org/environment

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This program guide is printed on recycled paper using eco-friendly soy ink. You can help our guides become even greener - when the season’s over, don’t trash them, recycle them!

We offer financial assistance/scholarships for qualified Carol Stream Park District residents. Confidential applications are available at the Simkus Recreation Center.

Satisfaction Guaranteed! Our goal is your satisfaction! If you are not completely satisfied with any Carol Stream Park District program, class or event, please tell us! We will work to earn your satisfaction. If you are still not completely satisfied, we will transfer your registration to another program or session, or issue you a refund - that’s our guarantee!

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Fall 2012 Adult Activity Guide csparks.org (630) 784-6100

The Conservation Foundation celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. The foundation works with parks districts, including the Carol Stream Park District, to help preserve natural lands, rivers and streams. Visit theconservationfoundation.org for more information.

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Free Fitness Month

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Forever Young Trips > Grease

Carol Stream’s day for the dogs returns on Sep 16 for the fourth year at a new location - Carol Stream Town Center. Page 3.

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Dog Activities Bark Park Carol Stream

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CSBarks Dog Festival

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Pink Ribbon Run Nutrition and Massage

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Equity Statement Carol Stream Park District provides programs, activities and facilities without discrimination or segregation on the grounds of race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, age, handicap or disability, sexual orientation or gender.

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Residents may begin registering upon receiving the activity guide. Non-Resident registration begins Aug 15.

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Log on to register online, sign up for e-news, get referendum project updates and more.


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Off-leash dog park

agility demos

Service Dog Demos

Doggie shopping

rover rest area

Bark park pass renewals

Frisbee Dog Demos

Enter our photo contest at csbarks.org

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Carol Stream Park District Fall 2012 Adult Guide