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Spring 2019 Activity Guide

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Resident registration starts March 1, 2019 at csparks.org or in person! + Nonresident registration starts March 8, 2019.


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Season Pass Options INDIVIDUAL

Early Bird (before June 1) $87R / $127NR

Regular (starts June 1) $97R / $137NR

FAMILY OF 2

$137R / $197NR

$147R / $247NR

FAMILY OF 3

$167R / $242NR

$177R / $292NR

FAMILY OF 4

$197R / $282NR

$207R / $337NR

FAMILY OF 5

$227R / $327NR

$237R / $382NR

SENIOR 62+ INDIVIDUAL

$77R / $107NR

$87R / $125NR

SENIOR 62+ COUPLE

$127R / $182NR

$137R / $197NR

$77R / $97NR

$87R / $107NR

Passholder Benefits • Unlimited swimming all summer long • Passholder only early entry *excluding May 25, 26, July 4, 13, September 2

• “Bring a Friend” Days

Noreiawl D!ay Weekend

Daily Fees

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$7R / $10NR

Punch Pass

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Hours Spring Hours (May 3-May 30) Fridays 4pm-8pm Saturdays 11am-10pm Sundays 11am-7pm Memorial Day 11am-6pm

Special Events April 18

Flashlight Egg Hunt See page 13

May 4

CSPD Foundation Day Coyote Crossing is

donating 10% of its daily proceeds to the Carol

Stream Parks Foundation.

Holiday Specials May 3-5

Opening Weekend! – All rounds $4

May 12

Mother’s Day Buy one round, get one Free!

May 18

National Kids to Parks Day Kids Golf for $4!

May 27

Memorial Day Buy one round, get one Free!

Rounds

$5 (3+ yrs) $4 (62+ yrs) FREE (2 yrs & under)

Putt N' Save Punch Passes 10 Rounds — $35

Weekday Specials Mondays 1-3pm Half Off Each Round Wednesdays Military Service Members Golf Free Fridays Family of 4 Golfs For $15

Group Outing Rate ossing will donate 10% of its oyote Cr ay 4, C Carol Stream Parks Foundati on! On M oceeds to the pr y l i a d

For Groups 12 or more $4 per round Request a group outing at csparks.org/group-outings/ During facility hours only.

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Kids have a blast learning new games, sports or creative activities at ActivKids, our Before and After School recreation program for kids in grades K-5. Kids love ActivKids for the fun and friends and parents love knowing their children are safe, supervised and feel at home in the familiar setting of their own school. Locations

Carol Stream School Elsie Johnson School Roy DeShane School

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Cloverdale School Heritage Lakes School Western Trails School

ActivTime

ActivTime keeps your children actively engaged in learning new activities each month. Monthly Payments Before School - Monday-Friday $164/month After School - Monday-Friday $193/month Before and After School - Monday-Friday $289/month Your monthly payment is calculated based on the days of the week your child is registered for and total school days during the year they attend. Payment amounts already exclude school holidays, breaks and nonattendance days. Total registration is divided into equal monthly payments. EZ pay form required. If your child is registered for less than 5 days per week, your monthly payment is less.

Nonrefundable registration fee of $25 due at time of registration. Before September 1, 2018

First month’s payment is due at registration. All subsequent payments are automatically withdrawn via EZ Pay on the first of each month beginning September 1, 2018 – May 1, 2019.

After September 1, 2018

First month’s payment is due at registration. All subsequent payments are automatically withdrawn via EZ Pay on the first of each month through May 1, 2019.

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ActivKids Day Off Club dates follow the District 93 school calendar. Most dates coincide with other school districts such as U-46, D200 and D25. Take part in field trips, special events and enjoy crafts, games and physical activity. For complete field trip list see csparks.org. Register 72 hours prior to the start date of the program to receive the lowest rates. Location: Simkus Recreation Center Grades: K-6 th (open to students of all school districts) Register within 72 hours prior to program start date.s All registrations are based on program space, staffing, and enrollment. Registrations may be accepted less than 72 hours in advance if there are program openings.

BEFORE CARE (6:45 AM-9 AM) $8R / $10NR EACH

EARLY BIRD RATE $38R / $43NR EACH (72 HOURS PRIOR TO PROGRAM START DATE)

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Flex Pass

Registration To register for these programs, complete the ActivKids registration forms and submit with payment. Forms are available online, at your school’s ActivKids site, or at the Fountain View or Simkus Recreation Centers. Registration must be within 24 hours of program start date. A minimum of two weeks' advance notice is required if your child needs special assistance from a WDSRA aide (1:1 support staff). More information can be found in the WDSRA section of this guide.

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TUESDAY, MARCH 26 Movie Day

Advanced registration is required $20/day. Registration required a minimum of 24 business hours prior to program date.

Popcorn Snack

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Good for five Before or After School admissions $65. Flex Passes cannot be utilized for Monday, After School. Flex Passes can be used for either Before and/or After School ActivKids. To use the Flex Pass for After School ActivKids, call your child’s school office and site a minimum of 24 hours in advance to ensure enough staff and supplies. No call is necessary for Before School ActivKids. Same day usage is not allowed for After School.

AFTER CARE (4 PM-6:30 PM) $8R / $10NR EACH

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Each day is its own camp with planned crafts and games that fit into each of our daily themes. Participants enjoy time with friends while dressing up and pretending to be their favorite characters or animals. Costumes can be worn to camp if they fit the theme!

Elk Trail Recreation Center 9:00am-11:00am 3-5 years $15R / $23NR EACH DAY

Performing Arts Camps Ages 3-14

March 25 - Princess Party - #16114 March 26 - Community Helpers - #16115 March 27 - Superhero Mania - #16116 March 28 - It’s A Jungle Out There! - #16117 March 29 - Sports Fanatic - #16118

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Players learn fundamentals of batting, fielding, pitching, base running and more to help strengthen play. Location: Evergreen School 6-12 yrs ― $59R / $79NR M-Th 9:00 AM-10:15 AM Mar 25-Mar 28

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Kids First Sports Track & Field Camp

Sprints, hurdles, jumps, distance running and throws are learned with focus on safety. Body balance, speed, quickness and agility drill techniques maximize the athlete’s potential. Location: Evergreen School 6-12 yrs ― $59R / $79NR M-Th 11:30 AM-12:45 PM Mar 25-Mar 28

Look for Glenbard North High School Sports Camps in our summer guide and on csparks.org

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You’ll flip for our spring break dance and gymnastics camp! Learn dance technique in hip hop, jazz, and ballet in the morning. Then tumble, swing, and jump through the afternoon in our gymnastics room. Register for the full day or choose the individual dance or gymnastics camp.

Full Camp Day 6-11 yrs ― $99R / $119NR M,W,F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM Mar 27-Mar 29 16761

AM - Dance 6-11 yrs ― $50R / $70NR W-F 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Mar 27-Mar 29 16764

PM - Gymnastics 6-11 yrs ― $50R / $70NR M,W,F 1:00 PM-4:00 PM

Sports Camps Ages 6-12 Kids First Sports Baseball Camp

Dancenastic Camp

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Activities for Spring Break

Spring Break Mini Camps

Kids First Sports Basketball Camp

Camp teaches the techniques of basketball with various drills for shooting, dribbling, passing, and more. Sportsmanship is taught. Championship game played on last day. Location: Evergreen School 6-12 yrs ― $59R / $79NR M-Th 10:15 AM-11:30 AM Mar 25-Mar 28

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EVP Volleyball Camp

EVP professionals focus on the fundamentals of passing, setting and spiking in this 4-day camp. Kids reach new skill levels through self-mastery training, giving them a head start on the next season of volleyball. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 12-14 yrs ― $99R / $119NR M-Th 12:00 PM-2:00 PM Mar 25-Mar 28 9-11 yrs ― $99R / $119NR

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Activities for Summer Break

EARLY BIRD Registration Now Open

Receive the Early Bird Discount on all weeks you register for by May 15! Any new or additional weeks registered for after May 15 will be at the standard rate.

May 30-Aug 15 For kids entering grades K- 6 * Held at Simkus Recreation Center

Safe, Fun, Affordable!

Theme days, special events, field trips and three days of swimming each week at Coral Cove Water Park keep your child excited about the camp experience all summer long. Kids might test their knowledge at the Wheel of Wisdom, experience a spectacular bubble show, and learn about the stars in our expert-led special events. Field trips have campers jumping to new heights at Urban Air Trampoline Park, cheering on the Kane County Cougars, relaxing in a lazy river at Splash Country Water Park or meeting the wild things at Brookfield Zoo. We’ll also enjoy plenty of park time this summer. Our counselors are great role models and their top priority is to provide a safe place for your child to have an active, rewarding summer. You want the best for your child and our goal is to provide a summer filled with memories that last a lifetime!

Daily FlEX PASSES Register Now, Pay Later! No need to pay up front; sign up for EZ Pay to postpone your payments throughout the summer.

exclusive Adventures for 5th and 6th Graders 5th and 6th graders take off on exclusive adventures, happening every other Wednesday morning. These select experiences include more walks to local parks, capture the flag, a trip for ice cream and more!

Like Carol Stream Park District Awesome Adventure Camp on Facebook for updates throughout the summer!

Sample Camp Week Monday

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Fithy Fun!

Cambridge Park

Edible Engineers

Splash Pad

Drip, Drip, Drop, Applesauce

Wiffleball

Donut Spider

Big Cats

Super-Sized Soccer

M&M Mosaic

Tropic World

Capture the Flag

Marshmallow Chopstick Relay

Great Bear Wilderness

STEM Spaghetti Tower

Pinniped Point

Kids’ choice AT McCaslin PARK Bankshot Basketball Kickball Playground Games Swimming at Coral Cove Water Park

Messy Masterpiece Filthy Fun Slip & Slide Water Fight

Bubbles and Sidewalk Chalk

Swimming at Coral Cove Water Park

Wheel of Wisdom Special Event

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Swimming at Coral Cove Water Park

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Brookfield Zoo

Living Coast

For full camp schedule visit csparks.org!

Weekly Camp Rates

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Standard Rate * after May 15

Flex Pass Rates

SUMMER CAMP (9:00 AM-4:00 PM)

$132R / $152NR

$142R / $162NR

$39R / $45NR

BEFORE CAMP (7:00 AM-9:00 AM)

$25R / $30NR

$30R / $35NR

$7R / $10NR

AFTER CAMP (4:00 PM-6:30 PM)

$30R / $35NR

$35R / $40NR

$9 / $12

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Need a more flexible camp schedule? Only pay for what you need when you register for a Flex Pass! Simply choose the exact dates your child will attend and register at Fountain View, Simkus or csparks.org. Registration should be completed at least two days in advance. Emergency Flex passes are available within two days, for an additional $5. A limited number of flex passes are available each day and registration may close in advance, particularly on field trip days. Payment is due at the time of registration. Cancellations are not accepted within two days of the program day.

Hot Lunch

No time to pack a lunch? Kid-approved lunches are provided by Rocco Vinos Ristorante. Meals are offered on a weekly basis; daily options are not available. Menus are available online and at Simkus & Fountain View Recreation Center. Registration and entrée selections for Hot Lunch must be completed at least one week in advance. Registration Packets Emergency and permissions forms must be completed by all weekly and flex pass registrants. Packets are available at Fountain View or Simkus Recreation Centers or online at csparks.org. Eligible for Discounted Rates Nonresidents who attend D93, D25 and Pleasant Hill schools and employees of Carol Stream Businesses are eligible for discounts. Contact our registration team for more information. * Start and end dates follow D93’s last and first days of school. First and last week is prorated based on the number of days camp is held. * The week of Fourth of July is prorated. * A minimum of Two weeks’ advanced notice is required if your child needs special assistance from a WDSRA aide (1:1 support staff). * Kindergarteners must be 5 by 5/29/2019.

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Arts

Arts Young Rembrandts Drawing Workshop Beginning artists learn valuable motor skills and drawing techniques while having fun! A variety of media is used to help build art and drawing concepts. Completed drawings include animals and monsters and other whimsical characters and scenes. New drawing each class! No class April 20. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 4-10 yrs ― $52R / $72NR Sa 11:00 AM-12:00 PM Apr 6-May 4 16366

Youth Pottery

Bed Time Buddies

Create your very own cuddly buddy to sleep with each night! Stuff your bear, make bedtime wishes, create birth certificates, and design a T-shirt. Ages 3-5 must be accompanied by adult. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 3-12 yrs ― $31R / $47NR Sa 11:00 AM-12:00 PM May 18 16623

Family Paint: Easter Egg Hunt

Paint together or each do your own! This painting is sure to be a keepsake. A nut-free snack also included. Price is per 16x20 canvas. Location: Bartlett Park District, 700 S. Bartlett Road, Bartlett 6+ yrs ― $35R / $53NR F 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Apr 19 16807

Paint With Me: Mother’s Day Fun

Kids, bring your mom or grandma and paint a special picture together! All materials included, including aprons and instructions. A nut-free snack also included. Price is per 16x20 canvas. Location: Bartlett Park District, 700 S. Bartlett Road, Bartlett 6+ yrs ― $35R / $53NR F 11:00 AM-1:00 PM May 3 16808

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Create a pottery masterpiece. Students learn hand-building and glazing techniques in this innovative class. Finished product available for pick-up during last class. Location: Wheaton Park District, 1777 S Blanchard St, Wheaton 6-12 yrs ― $75R / $95NR Sa 9:00 AM-10:30 AM Apr 6-May 11 16809

Garvin Gardens

Perfect for Mother’s Day! Garvin Gardens brings their expertise to help you create beautiful containers that you can take home. Succulent garden is a mix of succulents in a 9” pot. Annual container garden is a mix of unusual summer annuals in a 12” container. Learn tips and tricks of the trade, and see samples of shade and summer combinations. All materials included. Location: Simkus Recreation Center

Succulent Garden 16+ yrs ― $46R / $66NR Th 6:00 PM-7:00 PM

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Annual Container Garden 16+ yrs ― $46R / $66NR Th 6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Local Craft Fair Vendors

Opportunity at New Event: Christmas In July July 13, 2019, 4-10 pm at Simkus Recreation Center

application due May 1 contact Debbie at: Call Toda y debbieg@csparks.org 630-784-6125

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* Extra material fees apply. ** Additional children $6 plus extra food costs may be incurred. Two weeks' notice is required to book parties. Pool parties are held during open swim hours only and do not include exclusive use of pool. There may be more than one party in the pool at a time. No outside food is permitted. Adult chaperones are required. Contact Nina at ninag@csparks.org for further questions.


Culinary Arts

Adults & Teens • Ages 18+ 50+ Gourmet Supper Club

Save the second Wednesday of each month for Chef Pina’s 50+ Gourmet Supper Club. Have fun and meet new friends as you talk and help prepare supper, then eat your wonderful gourmet meal. Bring container for leftovers. Location: Lake Park High School - East Campus, 600 Medinah Rd, Roselle

Single 50+ yrs ― $42R / $62NR W 4:30 PM-7:30 PM W 4:30 PM-7:30 PM

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Couple 50+ yrs ― $75R / $95NR W 4:30 PM-7:30 PM W 4:30 PM-7:30 PM

Cook & Grill Meat Like Pro

Go from a meats amateur to a pro griller! Learn simple hacks and life-long techniques you can use to make your average grill out dinner something everyone can’t wait for. Location: The Art of Good Eating, 2004 Ogden Ave, Lisle 17+ yrs ― $60R / $80NR Sa 1:00 PM-4:00 PM May 18 16459

Chef Pina’s Cooking Classes

Participants see, smell, taste, ask questions about and learn the background of food. Enjoy a wonderful meal no matter which cooking session you choose! Bring a container for leftovers. Location: Lake Park High School - East Campus, 600 Medinah Rd, Roselle

The World’s Poultry 18+ yrs ― $42R / $62NR F 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

Dine & Wine

A professional chef takes you through a hands-on experience while you get to sip on some of the finest local brand wine. Enjoy a relaxing atmosphere with your friends as you learn to prepare a special appetizer, main course and dessert. Learn to incorporate wine into your dishes while enjoying the fruits of your labor. Location: The Art of Good Eating, 2004 Ogden Ave, Lisle 21+ yrs ― $60R / $80NR F 7:00 PM-10:00 PM Apr 12 16458

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Comforting Stews 18+ yrs ― $42R / $62NR F 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

Old/New World Pizza 18+ yrs ― $42R / $62NR F 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

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Men Only Night 18+ yrs ― $42R / $62NR F 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

Ladies Night French Gourmet

Let your taste buds travel from Normandy down to the French Riviera making foods such as coq au vin, stuffed veal napoleon, fish/seafood stew, French onion soup and madeleines. Register by region. Location: Lake Park High School - East Campus, 600 Medinah Rd, Roselle

Normandy 18+ yrs ― $42R / $62NR W 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

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Mid France 18+ yrs ― $42R / $62NR W 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

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Provence 18+ yrs ― $42R / $62NR W 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

18+ yrs ― $42R / $62NR F 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

Appetizer Treats 18+ yrs ― $40R / $60NR F 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

Greek Cuisine Nights

Superheroes Cooking Class

Calling all boy and girl superheroes for adventure in the kitchen! We will make delightful Superman cupcakes, Wonder Woman salad and more. Location: Winfield Park District, 0N020 County Farm Road, Winfield 4-11 yrs ― $22R / $33NR W 4:00 PM-5:30 PM Apr 10 16768

Cooking with Chef Cherise

Enjoy lunch with Chef Cherise from Hazelnuts Market and learn to make a delicious wrap and sweet treats perfect for a spring afternoon! Ham and Cheddar Roll Ups, Peeps Fruit Kabobs with Fluffy Dip and Fondant Flowerpot Cupcakes are on the menu. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 5-12 yrs ― $36R / $54NR Sa 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Apr 13 16696

Chopped Junior May 17

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Summer BBQ 18+ yrs ― $40R / $60NR F 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

Ages 4-11

Spread over two nights, enter the exciting world of Greek cooking. Create a Greek salad and appetizer, followed by moussaka, pastitsio, individual Greek pita pizzas, roasted octopus, calamari, Greek-style kabobs, lentil Greek-style soup, Greek cookies and much more. Location: Lake Park High School - East Campus, 600 Medinah Rd, Roselle 18+ yrs ― $84R / $104 W 6:00 PM-9:00 PM May 15-May 22_ 16494

If you love the TV show and the drama of the competition, join a real-life team in creating Junior mini pot pies, fruit kabobs and yummy sugar cookies. Location: Winfield Park District, 0N020 County Farm Road, Winfield 4-11 yrs ― $22R / $33NR M 4:00 PM-5:30 PM Apr 22 16785

Getting Ready for Summer Cooking

Get ready for summer! Create summer dishes including poolside dip, fruit salad and s’mores cookies. Location: Winfield Park District, 0N020 County Farm Road, Winfield 4-11 yrs ― $22R / $33NR W 4:00 PM-5:30 PM May 22 16787

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Dance

Seasonal Dance • Ages 1+ Mommy and Me Dance

Dance class designed for boys and girls new to dance, along with a parent or caregiver. Focus on dance movement, hand-eye coordination, and basic dance techniques that are great for early childhood development. Fee is per child. Maximum two children per adult. 1-3 yrs ― $46R / $66NR

Attire Girls may wear leotard, tights, pants or capris depending on the class. They may wear athletic pants or shorts, t-shirt and socks. Appropriate shoes are required for each dance discipline. Instructors discuss dress code at the first class. Location All classes are held at Simkus Recreation Center.

Sa 9:00 AM-9:45 AM Mar 30-May 18 16734 1-3 yrs ― $31R / $47NR F

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Parent Observation Held during the last class of the session.

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Little Dancers

Dance Combination

Sa 10:40 AM-11:10 AM Mar 30-May 18 16732 2-3 yrs ― $31R / $47NR

Sa 9:00 AM-9:45 AM Mar 30-May 18 16726 7-10 yrs ― $61R / $81NR

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Toddlers twirl and turn while being introduced to ballet, music, and moves to increase motor skills. Dancers are without parent as they dance to music aimed to build independence and self-confidence. 2-3 yrs ― $46R / $66NR

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This is an introduction to dance, cheers, hip hop and more! Participants learn basic poms routines, and dance skills. 3-5 yrs ― $61R / $81NR F

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Explore different styles of dance and learn ballet, hip hop, jazz and poms to find your favorite style. 3-5 yrs ― $61R / $81NR 4:30 PM-5:15 PM

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Young Ballerinas

Young dancers are introduced to the structure of a ballet class, basic etiquette, terminology, feet and arm position and posture. These pre-ballet classes are less formal and incorporate props and dance games for young attention spans. 3-5 yrs ― $46R / $66NR Sa 9:50 AM-10:35 AM Mar 30-May 18 16739 3-5 yrs ― $61R / $81NR M

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Try this hip hop class for boys and girls! Learn various hip hop dance moves with focus on offering a new set of combinations and mini routines in every class. 6-12 yrs ― $66R / $86NR Th

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Boys Hip Hop 6-12 yrs ― $66R / $86NR W

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Irish Dance

Discover the tradition and intricate choreography of Irish dance! Learn Step dancing and group dances. Beginner and intermediate dancers are welcome. No class on March 30, April 20 or May 11. 5-18 yrs ― $88R / $108NR Sa

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Daddy Daughter Recital Dance

Calling all dads, uncles, grandpas, or guardians who want to show off their dance moves! A dancer and their guardian practice once a week to learn basic choreography to perform at the spring recital. Only one adult per dancer! Location: Simkus Recreation Center 6+ yrs ― $25R / $35NR Sa

1:30 PM-2:30 PM

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Dance

The Forte Dance Company is a performance and competitive year-round dance program that focuses in Hip Hop, Jazz and Ballet. Dancers learn a variety of choreography with a focus on performance ability. Dancers perform at local community events seasonally, holiday showcase and dance recital. At the end of the season all companies participate in a recreational competition. The Forte Dance Company gives dancers the opportunity to work towards excellence and improve on their dance technique while learning important teamwork skills and having fun! There is no cost to audition!

Hip Hop: May 20 at 7:00pm code: 16804 Jazz: May 22 at 6:30pm code: 16802 Ballet/Lyrical: May 22 at 7:45pm code: 16803

Adult Dance Ages 16+ Beginner County Couples Dancing

Junior Jazz Company - Ages 8+

Learn to dance in a small group and develop your inner dancer, gain confidence and make lifelong friendships. We’ll dance a variety of couples country dances (Two Step, Double Two, Barnyard Mixer etc.) and East and West Coast Swing. Location: Wheaton Park District, 1777 S Blanchard St, Wheaton 17+ yrs ― $50R / $63NR

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Single Companies

Hip Hop Company - Ages 8+ Monthly fee: $35R /$37NR * M 7:00 PM-8:15 PM

7:30 PM-8:45 PM

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Ballet Company - Ages 10+

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Jazz Company - Ages 10+

Hip Hop & Jazz Companies

This is the perfect class for couples trying to look good on the dance floor for an upcoming event. Even if you think you have two left feet, instructors Dean and Laurie Francis can help you learn the basics and have a great time dancing the fox-trot, waltz, cha-cha, and swing/jitterbug. Location: Wheaton Park District, 1777 S Blanchard St, Wheaton 17+ yrs ― $50R / $63NR

Monthly fee: $65R / $67NR *

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Monthly fee: $40R / $42NR * W 7:15 PM-8:45 PM

Combo Companies

Audition for two companies and receive a discounted rate if accepted!

Ballet & Jazz Companies Monthly fee: $60R / $62NR *

7:30 PM-8:45 PM

Apr 25-May 30 16755

Ballet & Hip Hop Companies Monthly fee: $65R / $67NR

Line Dance at Any Age

Junior Jazz & Hip Hop Companies Monthly fee: $60R / $62NR *$50 costume fee per company plus additional competition, costume, and team apparel fees will apply.

Private Lessons Private Dance Lessons

Get customized instruction on specific skills of your choice. Lessons must be paid in full prior to scheduling. Call 630-784-6105 to schedule lessons.

1 Hour 30 Minutes

INDIVIDUAL

GROUP OF TWO

$35

$50

$25

$40

Love to dance, but don’t have a partner? Learn to line dance to country, pop, rock, oldies, and current hits, using a pattern of steps that repeat through a song. Beginner Level 1-2. Location: Mary Lubko Center, 208 W Union Ave, Wheaton 17+ yrs ― $50R / $63NR W

5:30 PM-6:45 PM

Apr 24-May 29 16751

Salsa Dance

Add some spice to your step, feel the heat, feel the beat, wake up your body with some Latin salsa dancing! Class suited for dancers of all abilities. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 16+ yrs ― $45R / $65NR W

8:00 PM-9:00 PM

Apr 10-May 15 16736

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Educational

Dogs

Ages 4-15

Dino Hour

Bring your little one for an hour of Dinosaur discovery fun! They see and touch real dinosaur fossils, listen to a story, make a craft to take home and dig in the sand to assemble dinosaur puzzle pieces. They even get to sit on our Triceratops Sara for a fun picture! Children must be accompanied by a nonpaying adult. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 3-5 yrs ― $33R / $50NR Sa 10:00 AM-11:00 AM Apr 6 16368

Jedi Engineering with LEGO

Dog Owners Ages 17+ People Training for Dogs

Dog owners receive the tools needed to raise a balanced and well-mannered dog. In just six weeks, dogs are taught to heel, sit, down, stay, come and stop unwanted behavior. Learn about nutrition, vaccinations and grooming. After completion, owners have option to repeat course with the same dog at no charge. Dogs must be four months old to attend. No dogs for first day of class. No class April 21. Location: Wheaton Park District, 1777 S Blanchard St, Wheaton 17+ yrs ― $120R / $140NR S 9:00 AM-11:30 AM Apr 7-May 19 16457

Membership Pass Get unleashed at Kuhn Road and North Ave. Parking available at Volunteer Park. Full Year Pass $30R / $50NR Half Year Rate $15R / $25NR * Rates are per household. Passes for the Carol Steam Bark Park and Village of Carol Stream dog licenses are available to purchase at Simkus and Fountain View Recreation Centers. A current VCS dog license, with proof of rabies vaccination, is required to purchase a Bark Park membership. For Carol Stream residents only: the dog license requires a fee of $3 per dog. Bark Park memberships expire Dec. 31 of the current year.

The Force Awakens in this introductory engineering course for young Jedi! Design and build projects such as X-Wings, R2 Units, Energy Catapults, Defense Turrets and Settlements from a galaxy far, far away. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire! Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 5-12 yrs ― $23R / $35NR Sa 11:00 AM-12:30 PM May 18 16806

Lego Robotics

Kids design, build and program robots using the STEM educational approach (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). This teacher-led instructional class includes engaging and dynamic activities. The Robotics Academy is a repeatable program where children are placed based on skill and experience and can move up levels to more advanced concepts and activities. Students are given a gift and a Robotics Academy Student Progress Booklet at the end of each session. Location: Winfield Park District, 0N020 County Farm Rd, Winfield 6-14 yrs ― $72R / $92NR T 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Apr 9-May 14 16695

Amaze family and friends with quick-to-learn and easy-to-perform tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mindreading and more. Materials and magic kit included. New tricks each session. Location: Bartlett Park District, 700 S. Bartlett Rd, Bartlett 5-12 yrs ― $20R / $30NR T 5:00 PM-5:55 PM Apr 9 16469

Spanish for Kids

This carefully developed curriculum engages your child to learn a new language! Students build oral language skills through games, songs and hands-on activities. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 5-10 yrs ― $85R / $105NR Th 5:00 PM-5:45 PM Apr 11-May 16 16502

STEM Fundamentals with LEGO

Power up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO parts! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as Hot Air Balloons, Space Stations, Tugboats and the Eiffel Tower. Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 5-12 yrs ― $23R / $35NR Sa 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Apr 13 16805

Adults & Teens • Ages 16+ Before You Call the Handyman

Dan Findley, professional handyman and licensed building engineer, discusses several of the most common fixes you can do for yourself with a small home tool kit. Common home repairs as well as preventative maintenance are discussed. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 18+ yrs ― $20R / $30NR W 6:30 PM-8:00 PM May 1 16624

Spanish for Adults

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Magic Class

Beginning Spanish for first time Spanish students. Learn basic vocabulary, greetings, some regular verbs and how to build simple sentences. Materials fee of $15 due at first class. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 16+ yrs ― $78R / $98NR Th 6:00 PM-6:45 PM Apr 11-May 16 16503

Bicycle Maintenance

Keep your bike out of the bike shop and save money! Learn to fix a flat tire with your own tire patch kit, given on the first day of class. Discover how simple it is to adjust front and back gears and brakes, and other problems that may arise! Participants are encouraged to bring their bikes. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 16+ yrs ― $22R / $33NR W 6:00 PM-8:30 PM Apr 3-Apr 10 16374 W 6:00 PM-8:30 PM May 1-May 8 16373


at Fountain View Recreation Center (910 N. Gary Ave., Carol Stream) For additional information on our open positions, visit csparks.org. Text HIREME to 555888

FREE ADMISSION Dress in workout attire! Fitness & Nutrition Activities, Demos & Exhibitors

FIT N UT

March 9, 9AM-11:30AM

Fountain View Recreation Center, Gary Ave. & Lies Rd.

Group Fitness and Exhibitor Demonstrations, Experience Personal Training, Try Healthy Food Tastings, Take Home Recipes, Get a Massage, Have a Personal Body Screening, Prizes & Giveaways Try Tai Chi, 9:15am (#16888) or Zumba, 10am(#16889) for free. Register by March 8 and receive a free day pass at the event. • Free enrollment card (valid until April 1) for new members that attend the Fest. • Show your valid FVF membership ID and get 1 free guest pass when you attend the Fest.

FREE Open Swim (with proof of Fest attendance), 11:30AM-5pm Ages 8 & under must swim with 18+ adult

BUS TRIP BLACKHAWKS

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Family Events

JOBFAIR

Monday, March 11 • 4:30-6pm

interested vendors call 630-784-6101

Monday, March 18

Cheer on the Blackhawks as they take on the Vancouver Canucks at the United Center.

Ticket and transportation included.

CODE: 16255 - $99 R / $104 NR PICK UP LOCATION - SIMKUS 4:30PM No refunds after registration. Seats in section 312. Kids can attend with an adult; both must register.

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Attending this event contributes to the community fundraising effort to build Veterans Memorial Plaza.

Tickets available at: Simkus Recreation Center, Fountain View Recreation Center, American Legion Post 76 in Carol Stream, by a Veterans Memorial Plaza Task Force member, or at the door. Hosted by Veterans Memorial Plaza Task Force Thank you to our sponsors:

In partnership with:

Thursday, April 18 Coyote Crossing Mini Golf Ages 3-12 years Hunt for eggs under the moonlight at Coyote Crossing. Bring a flashlight, basket to collect your eggs and a camera to snap a photo with the Bunny and Cody Coyote. Hunters check in 15 minutes prior to scheduled hunt time. Register by April 3 and save. Registration closes when the time slot is filled. Pre-registration by April 15 required. April 10: $4R / $6NR Fee per child: On/Before After April 11: $6R / $9NR pick a time:

6:30pm - #16713 │ 6:55pm - #16714 7:20pm - #16715 │ 7:45pm - #16716 │ 8:10pm - #16717

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Family Events

Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities

Call Today 630-784-6123 or contact Pam Falco at: pamf@csparks.org

Sponsorship opportunities include spring sports, tournaments, family and senior special events, theater, swim team, fitness member appreciation events and more. Advertising includes program guide and digital ads, home run banners and PA advertisements, and other opportunities.

mother & son formal dance Saturday, May 4 6:30-9:00pm Fountain View Recreation Center Moms will enjoy a special evening with their son(s). The evening includes music, dancing, entertainment, appetizers and dessert. Mom’s receive a commemorative gift. Pre-registration by April 30 is required. Fee is per person.

FEE: $16R / $24NR CODE: 16694

Sat, April 20

(3.5+ yrs)

10:00am-12:30pm

at Simkus Recreation Center AGES 1-8 Come join the Bunny for fun, games, entertainment, bounce house, crafts, snacks and an egg hunt. Don't forget to bring your basket for the egg hunt.

ON/BEFORE APRIL 15 $7R / $10NR — 16693

AFTER APRIL 16

$10R / $15NR — 16693

Fee is per child, Adults are free, but required to stay at the event.

BUS TRIP Hamilton Wednesday, April 25

Don?t miss the hottest show in Chicago! Hamilton is the story of America?s Founding Father, Alexander Hamilton, who became George Washington?s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Seats are in the lower mezzanine at the Private Bank Theatre. Lunch is on your own before the performance. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 10:00am 6:15pm Colony Park 10:15am 6:00pm Due Date: At Reg. $215R / $225NR 13246

Thursday, May 23

Join us as we cheer on the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley! Enjoy lunch on your own while watching the Cubs take on the Phillies. Register early - these terrace reserved, infield tickets always sell out fast! Seats in section 209, rows 21-22.

CODE: 16829 • $37R / $42NR

DEPARTURE FROM SIMKUS AT 10:10AM COLONY PARK AT 10:25AM No refunds after 4/15. Ticket and transportation are included. Children can attend with an adult; both must register.

Memorial Day Service in Veterans Memorial Plaza Carol Stream Town Center

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Monday, May 27 – 12:00pm

INDIVIDUAL - $30 - CODE 16843 FAMILY - $45 - CODE 16844

All proceeds go to the Carol Stream Parks Foundation!

BIKE CLUB SCHEDULE MAY-OCT

2 nd Thursday each month 6pm from Fountain View

You’re invited to a Memorial Day service to honor our local Veterans. All are welcome so bring a friend, your neighbors and family! Carol Stream VFW Post 10396

LONGER RIDES (2-HOURS)

4 th Saturday each month 9am from Simkus

The Bike Club accommodates ages 10+ and all skill levels. Each bike ride leaves at the posted time and location and is led by one of our guides.

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Fitness

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$15R / $20NR

Enrollment fee is waived if you register for a membership by April 30. Valid March 1-April 30.

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Additional Family Member * (per person) Active Ager (62yrs+) Youth (12-17yrs) Daily ** Admission

$24

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*Additional family members must live at same address. Limit of one additional over age 26 per household. Lower rate becomes additional fee. Work In Carol Stream? With proof of employment you receive resident rates. ** Valid only day of purchase.

Membership Enrollment Fees Individual Adult — $35 Additional Family Member (per person) — $20

INDOOR TRACK MEMBERSHIPS

Keep walking and running year-round with an indoor walking track membership! Carol Stream residents can use the track for free during designated “free-use times.” For ages 12+ yrs Fee Annual Pass: $60R / $90NR Walking Track Use:

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You only need a minimum of five employees to qualify as a corporate member and to get the best rates on fitness memberships. Research has shown that employees who exercise regularly have: improved morale, reduced health care costs, improved retention, reduced absentee rates, improved productivity, reduced illnesses, improved punctuality and reduced accidents. # of memberships

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Enrollment fees are waived for Corporate Fitness Memberships.

LAP SWIM MEMBERSHIPS Access to two lap lanes only during operating hours this membership does not include access to any other areas of both pools or aquatics classes. Access to kickboards and buoys only.

What’s Your Fit-losophy? Are you a fitness fanatic or do you work out just because you know you should? Maybe you’re recovering from injury or you’re looking for a place to unwind? No matter what your fitness philosophy, Fountain View Fitness is the place for you! Fountain View Fitness Membership includes unlimited access to the fitness center, as well as access to fitness classes, aqua classes, lap swim, running track, open gym and child care.Visit us for a tour or give us a call at 630-784-6100 to learn more.

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Fitness

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS Equipment

Fountain View Fitness features a wide range of strength equipment, free weights and cardio machines equipped with cardio theater, including: Row Machines, Incline Trainers, Spin Bikes, Recumbent Bikes, Olympic Weights, Ellipticals, Stepmills, Arc Trainers and Treadmills. Thirteen Total Access Inclusive Fitness machines are offered that are designed to be accessible to those who have physical or sensory limitations but are also able to be used by all.

Fitness Member Amenities Hours Fitness Center Monday- Friday 5:00am-10:00pm Saturday 6:00am-8:00pm Sunday 7:00am-7:00pm Walking Track Resident Free-Use Hours FREE Monday-Friday 5:00am-10:00pm Monday-Friday Saturday 6:00am-8:00pm 1:00pm-4:00pm & 8:30pm-10:00pm Sunday 7:00am-7:00pm Saturday & Sunday 1:00pm-7:00pm Lap Swim Monday-Friday 5:00am-1:00pm & 4:00pm-10:00pm Saturday 6:00am-5:00pm Sunday 7:00am-5:00pm Kids Zone Monday-Friday 8:00am-1:00pm & 4:00pm-8:30pm Saturday & Sunday 8:00am-12:30pm Fitness Desk (transactions) Monday-Friday 5:30am-9:30pm Saturday & Sunday 7:00am-6:30pm

Fitness Classes

Choose from over 80 group fitness and aqua classes every week held in our fitness studios and pool. All are taught by experienced and certified fitness instructors – many of them from the Carol Stream Area.

Fitness Classes

Included in your membership!

Spots are limited, first come first served.

Exclusive Events

Compete for exclusive Fountain View Fitness prizes in member-only special events and contests.

Indoor Track

Run and walk year-round with access to the 3-lane, 9-laps-to-a-mile indoor walking track.

Fitness Center Holiday Hours

May 27 (6am-12pm)*

Lap Swim

Two lanes of the 25-yard indoor pool are available for Fitness Center Members during regular pool hours. Members are notified in advance of any scheduled swim meets. Access to kickboards and buoys only.

A free introduction to cardio, strength and selectorized equipment is available to all-inclusive members. Learn how to operate your favorite machines and receive guidance on proper form and technique. Members ages 12-13 must complete an equipment orientation before utilizing the fitness center. Visit the floor specialist at the fitness desk.

Access to gym space during scheduled open gym times and anytime the gym is not in use for other programming. Scan in at the fitness desk when no attendant is present.

Reduced Rates

Fitness & Nutrition Assessment

Hit your fitness goals with member-only pricing on personal training and nutritional counseling.

Ages 6 months-11 years. Supervised care for your children while you work out. Kids Zone features toys, computers and staff trained in CPR/AED and First Aid. Reservations are required and maximum stay is two hours. Reservations can be booked at kidszone@csparks.org or call 630-784-6115.

Premium Locker Rooms

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Relax in our saunas after a tough workout only accessible to all-inclusive members. Our premium locker rooms also include keyless lockers (no need to bring a padlock) and towel service.

* Limited Group Fitness classes. Hours subject to change. Visit fountainviewfitness.com for updates. ** Warm water pool open only to all-inclusive members when classes are not in session.

Equipment Orientation

Open Gym

Kids Zone

Special Closures Holiday - April 21

Meet with a personal trainer and/or nutrition coach for a free consultation to discuss your health history and personal goals. Get tips on how to tailor a wellness program to fit your individual needs. The personal training assessment includes a series of standard tests to assess your current fitness levels. Sign up at fitness desk or make an appointment by calling 630-784-6101.

Refer a Friend

Receive up to three months free by joining the Member Referral Program, it's EASY! Share the gift of health and save! For more information, stop by the Fitness Desk or go to fountainviewfitness.com.

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TRAINING & NUTRITION

If you are training for a specific event or fitness goal, get a customized training plan with one of our certified Personal Trainers. Packages are available in blocks of eight 1-hour sessions. The more sessions you commit to, the lower the fee! Pair up with a friend and you both pay less with our group rate. Packages are available to Fountain View Fitness members and nonmembers. Visit fountainviewfitness.com to view our personal trainer video bios. All packages include a free one-hour consultation, a prescreening/questionnaire, fitness level testing and assessment, mini-training session and goal development.

Training Packages (1 hour sessions, fee per person per session) Fitness Member Per Session # of sessions

8 pack

Individual (30 min)

Individual

Group (2 people)

Nonmember Per Session Group (3-4 people)

Individual (30 min)

Individual

Group (2 people)

Group (3-4 people)

$32 each $54 each $44 each $30 each $32 each $74 each $54 each $40 each

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TRAINER TUESDAY MARCH 19 6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Fitness

Personal Training

PERSONAL

Come and sample Personal Training. $5R / $7NR ― 16789

TRAINING

Dress in workout attire and get some tips and tricks from some of our trainers. Available to members and nonmembers, register in advance.

& NUTRITION

Nutritional Counseling

Improve your health with counseling from a Nutrition Coach. Sessions may include general diet education, food journal review, meal planning, or weight loss advice.

Counseling Packages (1 hour sessions, fee per person per session) # of sessions

Fitness Member Per Session

Nonmember Per Session

Individual

Group (2 people)

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2 pack

$46 each

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$66 each

$50 each

4 pack

$44 each

$39 each

$64 each

$49 each

8 pack

$42 each

$38 each

$62 each

$48 each

Personal Training & Nutrition Combo

APRIL

10% off all personal training and nutrition packages.

The best way to achieve the results you want is to combine personal training and nutrition counseling. Combo packages are the best value and encompass all of the elements necessary to incorporate a healthy lifestyle transformation. A customized training and nutrition plan is developed just for you! TRAINING & NUTRITION

Combo Packages (1 hour sessions, fee per person per session) # of sessions

Fitness Member Per Session

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Individual

Group (2 people)

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10 pack (8 PT + 2 NC)

$46 each

$38 each

$64 each

$48 each

20 pack (16 PT + 4 NC)

$44 each

$37 each

$62 each

$44 each

PACKAGES

Thinking about trying personal training?

STARTER 3-PACK INCLUDES 3 PACK OF 1-HOUR PT SESSIONS FOR $125

Try out personal training, get an intro to equipment, design a fitness program for you! All-Inclusive members only new to personal training.

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Adults & Teens Ages 12+ Location: Fountain View Recreation Center

Hatha Yoga

Learn the flow of yoga to experience better flexibility and strength. Relieve stress and calm the mind with deep-breathing and relaxation techniques. No class May 27. 12+ yrs ― $45R / $65NR M 4:30 PM-5:15 PM Apr 1-May 6 16573 M 4:30 PM-5:15 PM May 13-Jun 24 16574 12+ yrs ― $60R / $80NR W 7:35 PM-8:35 PM Apr 3-May 8 16575 W 7:35 PM-8:35 PM May 15-Jun 19 16576

Tai Chi

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A peaceful Chinese form of exercise that can be practiced by any age. Health benefits include: improved circulation, balance, posture, increased strength and flexibility, calmness and peace of mind. 12+ yrs ― $60R / $80NR Th 7:30 PM-8:30 PM Apr 4-May 9 16579 Th 7:30 PM-8:30 PM May 16-Jun 20 16580

Location: McCaslin Park $15 Member/$25 Non Member 21+ yrs - 16625

TRX® Circuit

Get your Zumba on and stay for more fun after! We mix an hour of low and high-intensity Latin-inspired moves for a calorie-burning dance fitness party. Snacks will be provided to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Beer is available for purchase after the class. This event is weather dependent.

This class features a combination of TRX strength stations. Complete three 45-second rounds of varying exercises with a 10-second rest between, then a one-minute break between stations. Use a variety of equipment, TRX, battle ropes and more. 12+ yrs ― $45R / $65NR S 7:15 AM-8:00 AM Apr 7-May 12 16723 S 7:15 AM-8:00 AM May 19-Jun 23 16724

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Start working on your summer beach body! Program includes two weekly one-hour training sessions, nutrition information, and all-inclusive access to Fountain View Fitness until May 31. Develop an individualized wellness plan to help you successfully achieve your summer fitness goals. APRIL 8-MAY 15 • M/W 6:30-7:30pm $215 Member / $235 Nonmember • 16718 Record each workout and your meals to assist with your progress. Complete all 12 workouts and receive your June membership fees free.

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TRX® Stretch & Strengthen

Strengthen the body and then stretch into a relaxing session. Get stronger with 20 minutes of full body exercises using the TRX ® then come back to earth and stretch those hardworking muscles. This combo workout is suitable for all fitness levels. No class May 27. 12+ yrs ― $35R / $50NR M 4:45 PM-5:15 PM Apr 1-May 6 16719 M 4:45 PM-5:15 PM May 13-Jun 24 16720

TRX® Total Body Blast

This class combines the best of interval and circuit training. Class includes use of the TRX ® and other equipment to get a full body challenge as well as a great cardio workout! Timed intervals at each station challenges the core and increases the upper and lower body strength. Bosu, Bands, TRX ®, Battle Ropes and more will add an additional challenge. Cardiovascular endurance is enhanced with TRX ® HIIT-high intensity training with shorts bursts of cardio segments. 12+ yrs ― $60R / $80NR Th 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Apr 4-May 9 16721 Th 5:00 PM-6:00 PM May 16-Jun 20 16722

Zumba

Ditch the workout and join the original dance-fitness party. With Zumba fitness classes, you can just lose yourself in the music and find yourself in shape. Zumba dance workout classes feature high energy latin and international beats. 12+ yrs ― $60R / $80NR W 6:25 PM-7:25 PM Apr 3-May 8 16577 W 6:25 PM-7:25 PM May 15-Jun 19 16578

Qigong

Through the mind-body practice of qigong you can improve your health and longevity, boost your immune system and reduce stress. Using slow, gentle, graceful rocking and stretching motions combined with deep relaxed breathing, the exercises are very effective and easy to learn. Students may choose to sit or stand as needed, making this class suitable for all ages and abilities. 13+ yrs ― $18R / $27NR W 6:30 PM-8:30 PM May 8 _1 6506


Accessibility Most Forever Young programs are accessible; however, participants using walkers or wheelchairs should confirm the trip location’s accessibility in advance. Use the Activity Key as a guide when determining if a program suits your capabilities. Indicate any accommodation requests on your registration form. Front bus seating may be reserved in advance for those with applicable medical special needs. Participants requesting front of bus seating should arrive fifteen minutes prior to departure time. For more information, contact us at 630-784-6100.

Chicago Blackhawks Game Monday, March 18

Cheer on the Blackhawks as they take on the Vancouver Canucks at the United Center. Nothing compares to the excitement of watching the Hawks play and this is your chance to take a carefree trip with ticket and transportation included. Seats are in section 312. Kids are welcome to attend with an adult. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 4:30pm 11:30pm Due Date: At Reg. $99R / $104NR

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Extensive Activity= * Extensive Activity may include stairs, extended periods of standing, and/or long walking distances. Departure Times Departure times listed for each trip reflect the time when the bus departs. Always arrive ten minutes early in order to check in and board the bus. Seating is first come, first served. Specific individual seats are not reserved for participants. Payments Payment due dates are listed for those currently enrolled in the trip and have not paid. If a due date has passed you may still enroll in the trip, however, payment is due at registration. Enroll in the waitlist for a trip at no fee, even if the due date has passed. Pick-up Locations The park district bus picks up at two Carol Stream locations.Remember to write your pick-up location on your registration form. If you wish to switch locations after you have registered, let us know at least one day in advance. Simkus Recreation Center - 849 W. Lies Road Meet in the lobby. Colony Park Apartments - 550 Thornhill Drive Meet at the main office.

Trip Cancellations If you have to cancel a trip, withdrawals are only processed after the payment deadline if you find a replacement or a participant on the waitlist takes your spot. If a friend is taking your place on a trip, a signed waiver and payment is due in advance. Passengers not on our roster are not permitted to attend.

Rockford Museum Tour Tuesday, March 12

Our guided tour of the Burpee Museum of Natural History in Rockford will deliver fascinating facts about dinosaur and fossil discoveries made by the museum. Lunch at the District Bar & Grill includes choice of entrée, garlic mashed potatoes, and dessert. We round out our trip at the Rockford Art Museum where you can view the over 1,900 works of art that call the RAM home. Entrée Selections: #1 Classic Cheeseburger; #2 Patty Melt; #3 Grilled Chicken Sandwich Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 7:45am 6:15pm Colony Park 8:00am 6:00pm Due Date: At Reg. $42R / $47NR

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Four Winds Casino Wednesday, March 20

At the Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo, MI choose from blackjack, craps, baccarat, roulette, poker, keno, and over 3,000 slots, including penny machines. Receive a $10 credit towards lunch and $15 for slot play. A valid State ID is required. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 8:20am 6:30pm Colony Park 8:35am 6:15pm Due Date: At Reg. $24R / $29NR

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Pilobolus Shadowland: The New Adventure Saturday, March 23

North Point Lighthouse Thursday, March 28

Located in the beautiful Lake Park in Milwaukee, North Point Lighthouse was first constructed in 1855 and was the highest beacon on the Great Lakes. Now, the lighthouse’s history is preserved and we will take a guided tour, with an opportunity to climb to the top to take in the amazing views! Lunch at the lighthouse includes a sandwich buffet, coffee, fruit and cookie. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 8:50am 4:45pm Colony Park 9:05am 4:30pm Due Date: At Reg. $44R / $49NR

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Lagunitas Brewing Company Thursday, April 4

Legendary contemporary dance company Pilobolus brings the sequel to their most popular show ever to the MAC in Glen Ellyn. This jaw-dropping feast for the eyes incorporates the exploration of mixed media to tell a love story about two people and their quixotic quest to save an imaginary bird. This grandiose adventure explores the genres of science fiction, film noir, and romantic comedy. Dinner is on your own at Portillo’s before the show.

Enjoy a casual afternoon at one of Chicago’s most impressive breweries! We’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at the brewing and bottling process, observing the facility from the air on a one-of-a-kind catwalk system. We will sample four different beers, three year round brands and one specially selected seasonal draft. Lunch in the taproom includes your choice of entree and chips. Entrée Selections: #1 Pulled Pork Sandwich; #2 Chicken Sandwich; #3 Charburger

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Simply Patsy Cline Tuesday, March 26

Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers Sunday, April 7

Mary Pfeifer delivers the sounds of the late and great Patsy Cline at this show at Starved Rock Lodge in Utica. From Patsy’s first recordings to her last, this performance will bring back memories of all your favorite songs including “Crazy” and “Walking After Midnight,” while also revealing intriguing facts about the singer’s life. A lunch buffet featuring two entrees, potato, vegetable, salad, cole slaw, rolls and dessert is included at the Lodge. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 9:00am 5:45pm Colony Park 9:15am 5:30pm Due Date: At Reg. $57R / $62NR

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We’re traveling to the state-of-the-art Miller Park in Milwaukee to cheer on the Cubs as they play the Brewers. You’ll love the convertible roof, in case of bad weather. Don’t miss this opportunity to watch the Cubs at an away game and make sure to wear your Cubs gear! Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 10:10am 6:45pm Colony Park 10:25am 6:30pm Due Date: At Reg. $46R / $51NR

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Forever Young Trips & Events Homeland Security Tour Wednesday, April 17

The Homeland Security Training Institute at College of DuPage provides courses on law enforcement, disaster preparedness, counterterrorism, intelligence, and emergency response for students and professionals. Our tour highlights include the 911 dispatch lab, a street scene for fire academy and SWAT team training, and the indoor gun range. A fabulous lunch at Arrowhead Golf Club includes cream of chicken with wild rice soup, choice of entree, seasonal vegetables, whipped garlic potatoes, and New York cheesecake. Entree Selections: #1 Filet of Prime Sirloin, #2 BBQ Salmon

Wednesday, April 10

This international mega hit uses the knockout songs of ABBA to tell a hilarious story of marriage, family, and finding where you belong. See why more than 54 million people worldwide have laughed and danced with joy to this unforgettable jukebox musical. Lunch at Drury Lane in Oakbrook Terrace includes choice of entree, tomato basil soup, and a chocolate ice cream sundae. Entrée Selections: #1 Grilled Chicken, #2 Parmesan-Crusted Flounder, #3 Crepe Florentine Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 10:40am 5:15pm Colony Park 10:55am 5:00pm Due Date: At Reg. $87R / $92NR

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Mystery Trip Friday, April 12

We’ll travel out of state to discover secrets buried in our nation’s history books. One stop will include eye-opening exhibits while another will lead you on a tour followed by those from the past. A delicious family-style Italian lunch is included. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 9:00am 6:15pm Colony Park 9:15am 6:00pm Due Date: 3/15 $41R / $46NR

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Johnny Cash Monday, April 15

Bennie Wheels and his band are the ultimate tribute to the Man in Black, June Carter, and the Tennessee Three. Seeing is believing and you’ll be entertained with all the greatest hits, including “Folsom Prison Blues”, “Ring of Fire”, “Hurt”, and “I Walk the Line”. A lunch buffet at Starved Rock in Utica includes salads, rolls, vegetables, mashed potatoes, entrees, and more.

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Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 9:15am 5:15pm Colony Park 9:30am 5:00pm Due Date: 4/1 $57R / $62NR

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Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 9:45am 2:30pm Colony Park 10:00am 2:15pm Due Date: 4/1 $53R / $58NR

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Blue Chip Casino Tuesday, April 23

This casino in Michigan City, IN boasts of over 2,100 slot machines, 51 table games, an 8-table poker room and the penny machines. A $15 food voucher and $5 in free slot play are included. A valid State ID is required. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 8:30am 6:15pm Colony Park 8:45am 6:00pm Due Date: 4/1 $20R / $25NR

Spring Social Thursday, April 25

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Swing into spring at our Roaring 20’s themed luncheon at Simkus Recreation Center! Put on your best get-up and show us how you Oliver Twist to the music by the Wheaton Academy Student Swing Combo. Get a taste of the speakeasy with our meal of rigatoni in vodka sauce, accompanied with roasted potatoes and veggies and rounded out with dessert and a cup of joe. Location: Simkus Recreation Center. Thanks to our generous sponsors, Travanse Living and Johnson Health Care Center. Doors open at 11:30 AM Event from 12:00 PM-2:00 PM

Michigan Wine Tour Saturday, April 27

Cheers to wine from the sprawling countryside of southwest Michigan! We’ll begin at Tabor Hill Winery with a walking tour of the property and a tasting of six wines plus a souvenir wine glass. Lunch at Round Barn Public House is on your own, featuring sandwiches, pizza, soup, salad, and more. Then it’s round two - with an expert-led tasting at the Round Barn Estate with your choice of six samples of wine and spirits. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 8:10am 6:15pm Colony Park 8:25am 6:00pm Due Date: 4/1 $56R / $61NR

Lincoln Park Conservancy Flower Show Tuesday, April 30

Begin the day with a docent-led tour of the plants in bloom at the Lincoln Park Conservancy in Chicago. This year’s Spring Show displays a rainbow of flowering bulbs, annuals, trees, and shrubs throughout the glass-domed display house. Take in the flood of fragrance from camellias, azaleas, daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, hydrangea, geraniums, and more while exploring the floral artistry on your own. Lunch includes pizza and dessert from Piece Pizzeria. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 9:00am 4:15pm Colony Park 9:15am 4:00pm Due Date: 4/1 $35R / $40NR

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Harbor Country Cruise Thursday, May 2

Step aboard the Emita II in Michigan City, IN for a unique excursion that tells the story of Lake Michigan and the surrounding area. The journey begins with a short cruise up the channel along Washington Park and out to the lake. Then sit back and relax as you pass the lighthouse and enter the cool waters of Lake Michigan for expansive views of the shoreline and the Indiana Dunes. Lunch before the cruise is on your own at Fiddlehead’s, featuring sandwiches, burgers, salads, and a variety of entrees. We’ll also stop for a sweet treat on your own at Bubbles Ice Cream. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 8:45am 6:15pm Colony Park 9:00am 6:00pm Due Date: 4/15 $38R / $43NR

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A Chorus Line Saturday, May 4

In an empty theatre, on a bare stage, casting for a new Broadway musical is almost complete. For seventeen dancers, this audition is the chance of a lifetime. A Chorus Line, presented at the Porchlight Theatre in Chicago, provides a glimpse into the personalities of the performers and choreographer as they recount the events that shaped their decisions to become dancers. Dinner is on your own at Portillo’s after the show. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 2:00pm 9:30pm Colony Park 2:15pm 9:15pm Due Date: 3/15 $61R / $66NR

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Four Winds Casino Tuesday, May 7

At the Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo, MI choose from blackjack, craps, baccarat, roulette, poker, keno, and over 3,000 slots, including penny machines. Receive a $10 credit towards lunch and $15 for slot play. A valid state ID is required. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 8:20am 6:30pm Colony Park 8:35am 6:15pm Due Date: 4/15 $24R / $29NR

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Lake Geneva Friday, May 10

Whether you’re searching for a perfect gift, unique accent for your home, or to expand your wardrobe, Lake Geneva has one-of-a-kind shops and antique stores. Be sure to also take time for a stroll on the Lake Geneva Shore Path. Lunch at Sprecher’s includes choice of entree, potato side and their famous root beer float. We’ll make a stop at the Cheese House for samples and to purchase goodies for the ride home. Entree Selections: #1 Brew Pub Meatloaf, #2 Schnitzel, #3 Fish and Chips Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 8:45am 6:30pm Colony Park 9:00am 6:15pm Due Date: 4/15 $36R / $41NR

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City in a Garden Tour Monday, May 13

Chicago boasts one of America’s most impressive collections of parks, many of which were created by the top landscape designers in our nation’s history. This driving and walking tour is led by award-winning historian and author, Julia Bachrach. We’ll visit the iconic Garfield Park Conservatory with a tour highlighting its history and hidden treasures. We’ll explore Jackson Park, the site of the 1893 World’s Fair, iconic Japanese Garden, and Yoko Ono sculpture. Our tour will also include Washington Park and the famed Fountain of Time. Lunch is on your own at the famous Manny’s Deli. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 9:00am 5:00pm Colony Park 9:15am 4:45pm Due Date: 4/15 $40R / $45NR

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Footloose Wednesday, May 15

Based on the hit film and the true story of Elmore City, OK which banned dancing for 90 years, Footloose is back! When big city teenager Ren moves to a small town, he finds that wide open spaces sometimes come with very narrow minds. As the town copes with tragedy, the influential Reverend Moore bans dancing and rock music. Pretty soon, Ren is the rebel with a cause, winning over the hearts and feet of the whole community. This musical is packed with a top-ten hit score like “Almost Paradise,” “Let’s Hear It for the Boy,” “Holding Out for a Hero,” and “Footloose.” Lunch is on your own at Culver’s before this show at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 10:00am 5:00pm Colony Park 10:15am 4:45pm Due Date: 4/1 $58R / $63NR

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Chicago Cubs Game Thursday, May 23

Join us as we cheer on the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley! Enjoy lunch on your own while watching the Cubs take on the Phillies. Register early - these terrace reserved infield tickets always sell out fast! Seats in section 209, rows 21-22. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 10:10am 7:00pm Colony Park 10:25am 6:45pm Due Date: 5/1 $37R / $42NR

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Don’t miss the World Premiere of Hamilton: The Exhibition, at Northerly Island in Chicago! An audio tour narrated by the musical’s author Lin-Manuel Miranda takes you deeper into the life and times of Alexander Hamilton, while chronicling the American Revolution and the creation of the United States of America. With a dynamic and interactive mix of lighting, sound, multimedia, music and historical artifacts, you will experience how it felt to write the way Hamilton wrote, fight the way Hamilton fought, and live the way Hamilton lived. Sit at Hamilton’s desk and discover how his work as a trader in St. Croix gave him the skills to create our country’s financial system. Gaze upon the streets of New York with detailed replicas of the city in 1776. Step into George Washington’s war tent as you learn how the Revolutionary Army planned their shocking victory in the Battle of Yorktown. Lunch is on your own at a local restaurant. Register at no cost to be put on an interest list for this trip. When tickets are available, we will schedule a date and contact you to confirm if you are available. Estimated fee is between $55-$60. Payment will not be due until that time. Register for the free interest list with code 16762.

Chinatown by Water Taxi Tuesday, May 28

Travel by water taxi across the city, docking at Ping Tom Park- featuring a Chinese pagoda and other interesting artifacts. A family style lunch at the Phoenix includes shrimp dumplings, spring rolls, BBQ pork buns, Mongolian beef, crispy orange chicken, sweet & sour pork, vegetable fried rice, chicken lo mein, and dessert. Enjoy free time in the afternoon to explore the vibrant culture of Chinatown’s shops, art, and architecture. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 8:45am 4:45pm Colony Park 9:00am 4:30pm Due Date: 5/1 $42R / $47NR

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Forever Young Trips & Events Dames at Sea Thursday, May 30

Ruby arrives in New York City with just a pair of tap shoes in her suitcase and a prayer in her heart. Then she falls in love with a sailor who also happens to be an aspiring songwriter. He helps Ruby land a job in the chorus and she gets her chance in the spotlight when the star of the show becomes ill. This playful parody of early Hollywood movie musicals takes place at Theatre at the Center in Munster, IN. Lunch is on your own at the Commander Restaurant before the show. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 9:55am 6:30pm Colony Park 10:10am 6:15pm Due Date: 5/1 $56R / $61NR

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Milwaukee Scottish Fest Saturday, June 1

Dust off your kilt! This lively festival features spectacular bagpipe bands, great Scottish food, impressive Highland dancing, working sheepdogs in action, axe-throwing and fencing demos, a Parade of Tartans, and more. There will also be unique athletic events as a part of the Highland Games. Donations of nonperishable food items are accepted at the festival for the Milwaukee Food Bank. Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 8:15am 5:00pm Colony Park 8:30am 4:45pm Due Date: 5/15 $23R / $28NR

Niagara Falls & Toronto Overnight Trip MAY 19-25 Motorcoach transportation, six nights lodging including four consecutive nights in the Niagara Falls area. • 10 meals: six breakfasts and four dinners • Guided tour of Toronto and visit to Canada’s Famous Castle - Casa Loma! • Admission to Erie Maritime Museum.

Double Occupancy $675R / $685NR

Virginia Beach, Norfolk & Colonial Williamsburg Overnight Trip SEPT 29 – OCT 5

Bible Bingo Tuesday, June 18

Pick-up Depart Return Simkus 9:30am 5:30pm Colony Park 9:45am 5:15pm Due Date: 5/1 $48R / $53NR

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Improve circulation, balance, posture, strength and flexibility in this gentle form of exercise at any age. Tai Chi helps restore calmness and peace of mind. No class May 27. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 12+ yrs ― $60R / $80NR M 10:30 AM-11:30 AM Apr 1-May 6 16571 M 10:30 AM-11:30 AM May 13-Jun 24 16572

Registration Code: 15855 Full payment due at registration

Full itinerary and travel insurance is available at Simkus or Fountain View. This trip is brought to you by Diamond Tours.

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Get ready for this interactive comedy at the Royal George Theatre in Chicago. The Archdiocese’s new bingo department needs to raise money for the parish. While playing for a variety of wacky prizes, you’ll be drawn into conversation about everything from Adam and Eve to modern sins. Just be careful, you might laugh so hard you'll forget to yell bingo. Lunch is on your own before the show at Nookie’s famous diner featuring sandwiches, burgers, salads, pastas, many classic entrees, and breakfast all day.

Single Occupancy_ $955R / $965NR_

• Gaming at Fallsview Casino. • Guided tour of Niagara Falls and visit to Queen Victoria Park. • Round out the trip with an awe-inspiring cruise by the Falls!

Seven day overnight trip includes deluxe motorcoach transportation, ten meals, and six nights lodging including four consecutive nights in Virginia Beach.

• Visit the award-winning Virginia Beach Aquarium and Marine Science Center. • Watch magic come to life at Yankee Candle Village, one of two flagship stores in America. • Relax at the Virginia Beach Boardwalk, rated one of America’s Best Beach Boardwalks. • Experience the Nauticus – presenting 225 years of Naval History and the Battleship Wisconsin. • Immerse yourself in history with a guided tour of Colonial Williamsburg. • Enjoy a sightseeing, dinner, and dancing cruise on the Spirit of Norfolk. • Explore and shop at Merchant Square, an 18th-century-style retail village.

Double Occupancy $899R / $909NR

Single Occupancy_ $1199R / $1209NR

Registration Code: 16509 $75 Deposit Due: At Registration

Final Payment Due: 6/15 This trip is brought to you by Diamond Tours. Full itinerary and travel insurance information is available at Simkus and Fountain View.


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Gymnastics

Tumblebugs • Ages 1+

Team • Ages 5+

All classes are structured around a theme and use skill builder equipment such as wedges, mini bars, floor beams, and trapezoids that incorporates imagination and fun. Location: Simkus Recreation Center. Classes not held on April 20 and May 11.

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All gymnasts make the team.

Springers Gymnastics Team

Accepting new team members, with no experience necessary! The Springers gymnastics team is year-round for ages 5-18 years. Springers compete in the Illinois Park District Gymnastic Conference (IPDGC) at the tumbling, compulsory, and optional levels. To join the team, call 630-784-6105 or email sarahc@csparks.org to schedule an assessment with the head coach and be placed at the correct level.

Future Stars - Levels 1 & 2 Monthly fee: $79 Fall-Spring Hours:

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Shooting Stars - Levels 3 & 4 Monthly fee: $145 Fall-Spring Hours:

M, W 4:15-7:15PM F 4:15-6:15PM

Super Stars - Levels 4 & 5 Monthly fee: $159 Year-Round Hours:

Progress at a faster rate and take classes twice a week. Pick two classes a week and get a great discount! Each week you must come to the same two class days and times in which you are registered.

Baby Bugs Gymnastics

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Class encourages parent/child interaction and socialization while enhancing motor development through song and play. 1-2 yrs ― $46R / $66NR Sa 9:10 AM-9:55 AM Mar 30-May 18 16629 1-2 yrs ― $61R / $81NR M 4:45 PM-5:30 PM Apr 1-May 20 16626 T 9:10 AM-9:55 AM Apr 2-May 21 16627 F 9:10 AM-9:55 AM Apr 5-May 24 16628

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Learn basic tumbling, balance, and locomotion skills promote body awareness and coordination. With-parent classes encourage parent/child interaction and socialization. 2-3 yrs ― $46R / $66NR Sa 9:10 AM-9:55 AM Mar 30-May 18 16646 Sa 10:00 AM-10:45 AM Mar 30-May 18 16842 2-3 yrs ― $61R / $81NR M 5:35 PM-6:20 PM Apr 1-May 20 16643 T 10:00 AM-10:45 AM Apr 2-May 21 16644 F 10:00 AM-10:45 AM Apr 5-May 24 16645

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Cricket Gymnastics

Tumbling and basic gymnastics skills are introduced on smaller-scale equipment for preschoolers. Students must be assessed prior to registering for the intermediate class. 3-4 yrs ― $46R / $66NR Sa 9:10 AM-9:55 AM Mar 30-May 18 16639 3-4 yrs ― $61R / $81NR T 6:00 PM-6:45 PM Apr 2-May 21 16635 W 5:00 PM-5:45 PM Apr 3-May 22 16636 W 6:00 PM-6:45 PM Apr 3-May 22 16637 F 10:50 AM-11:35 AM Apr 5-May 24 16638

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Intermediate 3-4 yrs ― $61R / $81NR T 6:00 PM-6:45 PM

Kinderbugs introduces kindergartners to our gymnastics program. This class is designed to help little ones prepare for upper level gymnastics. Students must be assessed prior to registering for the Intermediate class. 5-6 yrs ― $50R / $70NR Sa 10:00 AM-10:55 AM Mar 30-May 18 16677 5-6 yrs ― $66R / $86NR T 5:00 PM-5:55 PM Apr 2-May 21 16675 W 5:00 PM-5:55 PM Apr 3-May 22 16676

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Tumblebugs Open Gym

Parents and kids get free time on age appropriate equipment. An instructor is on duty and leads a short activity. No more than three children per adult. 1-6 yrs ― $21R / $31NR T 11:00 AM-12:00 PM Apr 2-Apr 23 16684 T 11:00 AM-12:00 PM Apr 30-May 21 16685

Superhero Training

Train to be the next member of the Avengers! This class combines basic skills of strength training, and gymnastics. Send your little hero in their favorite superhero shirt each week. 3-5 yrs ― $61R / $81NR W 6:00 PM-6:45 PM Apr 3-May 22 16682

Gymnastics For Siblings

Younger children learn from watching an older sibling as a good example. Older kids gain confidence and learn by helping a younger sibling learn new skills! The class is modified for the range of ages so there is skill development for everyone. The class is taught through obstacle courses and on various pieces of equipment. 3-10 yrs ― $50R / $70NR per child Sa 10:00 AM-10:45 AM Mar 30-May 18 16654

Taps, Toes & Tumbling

Tumble your way through an obstacle course and learn basic gymnastics skills. Explore ballet through the use of props and simple choreography. 3-5 yrs - $66 R / $86 NR F 11:15 AM-12:15 PM April 5-May 24 16821


Become a stronger and more confident gymnast. Develop a foundation for mastering tumbling, vault, beam, and bars. Skills taught are based on USAG levels. Students must advance or be assessed prior to registering for levels 2 and up. Locations of all classes are at Simkus Recreation Center in the gymnastics room and room 5. Classes not held on April 20 and May 11.

Gymnastics Level 1

This is an introduction to gymnastics for those who are new to the sport or working on beginner skills. We introduce the basics of tumbling and gymnastics equipment. 6-14 yrs ― $50R / $70NR Sa 10:30 AM-11:25 AM Mar 30-May 18 16659 Sa 11:00 AM-11:55 AM Mar 30-May 18 16660 6-14 yrs ― $66R / $86NR T 5:00 PM-5:55 PM Apr 2-May 21 16655 T 7:00 PM-7:55 PM Apr 2-May 21 16656 W 5:00 PM-5:55 PM Apr 3-May 22 16657 W 6:00 PM-6:55 PM Apr 3-May 22 16658

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Gymnastics Level 2

In this level, gymnasts work on tumbling skills such as round-offs, bridge kickovers, and front limbers. Intermediate skills are developed on beam, vault, and bars. Students must advance or be assessed prior to registering for this level. 6-14 yrs ― $50R / $70NR Sa 10:30 AM-11:25 AM Mar 30-May 18 16666 6-14 yrs ― $66R / $86NR T 5:00 PM-5:55 PM Apr 2-May 21 16662 T 7:00 PM-7:55 PM Apr 2-May 21 16663 W 5:00 PM-5:55 PM Apr 3-May 22 16664 W 7:00 PM-7:55 PM Apr 3-May 22 16665

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Gymnastics Level 3

In this level, gymnasts work on skills such as front walkovers, back walkovers, and round-off flip flops. Gymnastics equipment is rotated weekly. Students must advance or be assessed prior to registering for this level. 6-14 yrs ― $63R / $83NR Sa 10:50 AM-12:15 PM Mar 30-May 18 16668 6-14 yrs ― $84R / $104NR W 7:00 PM-8:25 PM Apr 3-May 22 16667

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Gymnastics Level 4

After completing Level 3, USA Junior Olympic skills are taught on floor, balance beam, uneven bars, and vault. Gymnastics equipment is rotated weekly. Students must advance or be assessed prior to registering for these levels. 6-14 yrs ― $76R / $96NR Sa 11:30 AM-1:25 PM Mar 30-May 18 16671 6-14 yrs ― $101R / $121NR T 6:00 PM-7:55 PM Apr 2-May 21 16670

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Crossfit N’ Flip

Calling all skateboarders, tumblers, and superheroes in training! Learn body control, flipping, balance, and coordination. This includes running, jumping, strength exercises, and core work with use of gymnastics equipment and more. All of these activities promote agility and physical fitness that will not only help to improve skills for other sports but also gain confidence, discipline, and overall love of fitness. 7-13 yrs ― $61R / $81NR W 7:00 PM-7:45 PM Apr 3-May 22 16642

Boys Gymnastics

Increase muscle tone, overall fitness and flexibility. We focus on tumbling and skills are taught on parallel bars, high bar, vault and rings. 6-14 yrs ― $66R / $86NR T 6:00 PM-6:55 PM Apr 2-May 21 16632

Hip Hop & Flip Flop

Combine dance and gymnastics all in one class. Dancers learn rhythm through hip hop. Then tumble your way across the floor and learn basic gymnastics skills. 7-14 yrs ― $84R / $104NR T 6:15 PM-7:45 PM Apr 2-May 21 16673

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Level Placement If you are unsure of what level to register for, an assessment can be set up call 630-784-6105 to schedule a time. The first week of classes assessments will be done to make sure everyone is in the correct level. If you are being moved to another level, you will be notified by the coach. Information & Guidelines Important information and guidelines regarding classes is distributed to participants the first week of class. Make-up Classes Due to our specific student/teacher ratios, make up classes cannot be issued unless a class is canceled.

Gymnastics

Gymnastics • Ages 6-14

Observation During parent/child classes and parent observation week, make alternate arrangements for siblings. Siblings under the age of 6 may not attend evening class observation. Only the registered child allowed to attend and participate. There is no opportunity to observe, other than during the parent watch week. For safety reasons, we do not allow anyone other than gymnasts and staff in the room during classes with the exception of parent watch week. Dates Off April 20 and May 11.

Private Gymnastics Lessons

Get customized instruction on specific skills of your choice. Group and individual lessons must be paid in full prior to scheduling. Call 630-784-6105 to schedule lessons. Group Individual of Two 1 Hour / One Lesson $34 $54 1 Hour / Five Lessons $150 $235 1 Hour / Ten Lessons $280 $440 30 Min. / One Lesson $24 $36 30 Min./ Five Lessons $105 $155 30 Min. / Ten Lessons $190 $290

Open Gymnastics

The Gymnastics room is open for extra practice. Participants must only work on skills they can successfully complete without a spotter. An adult must sign a waiver for all children under 18 years before they can participate. You must pay and scan your pass before entering and participating. Download a waiver at csparks.org. A minimum of three participants is required. For cancellations call 630-784-6100. Open gymnastics registration is not available online. Open Gym runs from April 2-May 18. Tuesdays 8:00-9:00 PM, Saturdays 1:30-2:30 PM. Individual Passes

Fee

One Punch Five Punches Ten Punches

$6 $25 $40

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All classes at Simkus Recreation Center.

Flip Flop Clinic

This class offers specific time to work on back handsprings and drills. Gymnasts must be able to do a cartwheel. Sign up for one clinic or sign up for them all! 8+ yrs ― $37R / $57NR W 8:00 PM-8:45 PM Apr 3-Apr 24 16651 W 8:00 PM-8:45 PM May 1-May 22 16652

Extended Tumbling Clinic

Take your tumbling to the next level! This class focuses on advanced tumbling skills such as back tucks and layouts. Participants must be able to do a round-off flip flop before registering. 8+ yrs ― $37R / $56NR W 8:00 PM-8:45 PM Apr 3-Apr 24 16649 W 8:00 PM-8:45 PM May 1-May 22 16650

Tumbling

Learn tumbling skills and develop balance and strength. Gymnastics equipment is not used.

Beginner 5-14 yrs ― $66R / $86NR W 6:00 PM-6:55 PM

Apr 3-May 22

16631

Apr 3-May 22

16674

Intermediate/Advanced 6-14 yrs ― $66R / $86NR W 7:00 PM-7:55 PM

Cheernastics

Noncompetitive cheerleading and tumbling are offered in one class. Learn basic tumbling based on skill ability. Practice fundamentals including cheers, jumps, stunts, and dance routines. 4-6 yrs ― $46R / $66NR Sa 10:45 AM-11:30 AM Mar 30-May 18 16633 7-10 yrs ― $50R / $70NR Sa 11:30 AM-12:25 PM Mar 30-May 18 16634

Music

Gymnastics

Tumbling & Cheer Ages 4-14

Music • Ages 1+

Tot Rock

Maracas and clackers and tambourines, too; it’s musical fun just for you! Tot Rock is a unique music and learning program designed specifically for 1 year olds. Each session focuses on a new educational theme that incorporates hand held instruments, play props, sensory integration, coordination exercises, and socialization. Structured and unstructured time is included in each class. Sing, dance and play today! Parents attend with child. Location: Bartlett Park District, 700 S. Bartlett Road, Bartlett 1 yr ― $67R / $87NR Th 9:15 AM-9:55 AM Apr 11-May 30 16362 Location: Fountain View Recreation Center Now in Carol Stream on Saturdays! 1 yr ― $50R / $70NR Sa 9:15 AM-9:55 AM Apr 13-May 18 16359

Kid Rock

Make it a musical day! Kid Rock is a music and movement program designed to stimulate development through interactive play. Fine and gross motor skills are improved through imagination exercises, and by using rhythm instruments and movement props such as tambourines, maracas, scarves and a parachute. Presented in a structured format, Kid Rock encourages cooperation and following directions. Each session focuses on a new educational theme. Sing, dance and play today!

Kid Rock 1

Location: Bartlett Park District, 700 S. Bartlett Rd, Bartlett 2 yrs ― $67R / $87NR Th 10:00 AM-10:40 AM Apr 11-May 30 16363 in Carol Location: Fountain View Recreation Center Now Stream on Saturdays! 2 yrs ― $50R / $70NR Sa 10:00 AM-10:40 AM Apr 13-May 18 16360

Kid Rock 2

Location: Bartlett Park District, 700 S. Bartlett Rd, Bartlett 3-5 yrs ― $67R / $87NR Th 10:45 AM-11:25 AM Apr 11-May 30 16364 in Carol Location: Fountain View Recreation Center Now Stream on Saturdays! 3-5 yrs ― $50R / $70NR Sa 10:45 AM-11:25 AM Apr 13-May 18 16361

Private Guitar Lessons

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It’s guitar made easy! Learn basic music skills, chord structure and music reading. One-on-one lessons are customized to your skill level on either an acoustic or electric guitar. Book fee of $10 due first day of class. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 6+ yrs ― $179R / $199NR M 5:00 PM-5:30 PM Apr 1-May 20 16792 M 5:30 PM-6:00 PM Apr 1-May 20 16793 M 6:00 PM-6:30 PM Apr 1-May 20 16794 M 6:30 PM-7:00 PM Apr 1-May 20 16795 M 7:00 PM-7:30 PM Apr 1-May 20 16796 M 7:30 PM-8:00 PM Apr 1-May 20 16797


Horsemanship

Discover the equestrian world with beginning riding lessons and experience in horse handling, grooming and tacking. Lessons are held in heated arena during inclement weather. Closed toe shoes, long pants and bike/riding helmet are required. Location: Dunham Woods Farm, 9N755 Nesler Road, Elgin

Kids 9-17 yrs ― $144R / $164NR Sa 1:30 PM-2:30 PM Apr 6-May 11 16504

Adult 18+ yrs ― $144R / $164NR W 7:00 PM-8:00 PM Apr 3-May 8

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Family Dino Dig

Travel back in time with us as we dig for dinosaur bones and hunt for dinosaur eggs. Children must be accompanied by a nonpaying adult. Location: Lincoln Marsh, intersection of Harrison & Pierce, Wheaton 1+ yrs ― $10R / $15NR Sa 1:00 PM-2:00 PM May 4 16460

Froggy Went a Courtin- Night Hike

Nature’s Spring concert is in full swing! Come out to Lincoln Marsh to hear a symphony of songs by one of nature’s finest musicians-the frog! Many frogs are calling this time of year. Find out why and learn more about this special wetland critter as we hike the marsh to see if we can find them. Program concludes with a campfire and roasting marshmallows. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult. Location: Lincoln Marsh, intersection of Harrison & Pierce, Wheaton 1+ yrs ― $9R / $14NR Sa 7:30 PM-9:00 PM May 18 16463

Junior Naturalists Club

Join the club as we combine activities and explorations that help answer every child’s science and nature questions. Location: Lincoln Marsh, intersection of Harrison & Pierce, Wheaton

Spring Flings 6-11 yrs ― $32R / $48NR Th 4:15 PM-5:15 PM Apr 4-Apr 25

16467

Bugs & Beyond Family Fun Canoeing

Paddle and explore the scenic Northside Park Lagoon. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult. Maximum of 3 people per canoe. Location: Northside Park Canoe Cabin, 1300 N. West St., Wheaton 5+ yrs ― $10R / $15NR Sa 2:30 PM-4:00 PM May 11 16464

6-11 yrs ― $40R / $60NR Th 4:15 PM-5:15 PM May 2-May 30 16468

STOP VANDALISM IN YOUR PARK!

Nature Explorers- Nature Play

Discover the joys of nature with your child! Foster a sense of wonder and curiosity about all things wild through hands-on activities, crafts, games and stories. Children must be accompanied by a nonpaying adult. Location: Lincoln Marsh East Entrance, 999 W. Lincoln Ave., Wheaton 3-5 yrs ― $32R / $48NR W 10:00 AM-11:00 AM May 1-May 29 16466

Nature

Nature • Ages 3+

Nature Play Days- Spring Series

Foster appreciation for the natural world in your tiny explorer. Sing, fiddle, jiggle and journey through self-guided stations that explore a new theme each session. Children must be accompanied by a nonpaying adult. Program meets every other Friday starting April 12. Location: Lincoln Marsh East Entrance, 999 W. Lincoln Ave., Wheaton 1 1/2-3 yrs ― $28R / $42NR F 9:30 AM-10:30 AM Apr 12-May 24 16465

Wading & Scooping

The wetland at the Lincoln Marsh is alive with frogs, tadpoles, aquatic insects, turtles and a host of other critters. Wade along its edges using nets to catch and learn about the fascinating wildlife of this valuable ecosystem. All creatures are released at the end of the program. Bring an extra pair of shoes and a towel for clean up. Children must be accompanied by a nonpaying adult. Location: Lincoln Marsh, intersection of Harrison & Pierce, Wheaton 1+ yrs ― $8R / $12NR Sa 2:30 PM-3:30 PM Apr 27-Apr 27 16461 S 1:30 PM-2:30 PM May 5-May 5 16462

Garden Plots Returning renters may reserve starting Jan. 1. New renters may reserve starting Feb. 1. Call 630-784-6100 to reserve.

Slepicka Park

Available: 16 Ground Level Plots 6 Raised Garden Beds

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Performing Arts

Workshops Ages 3-16

Private Music Lessons • Ages 6+ Private Voice Lessons

Storybook Theatre Class

Improve your singing skills with one-on-one instruction. All sessions are open to any aspiring singers. Each session has four lessons to give singers the best opportunity to make improvements on their voices. If you are auditioning for High School Musical, take our accelerated twice a week, four lesson private voice lessons to prepare. There are thirty minute slots and hour slots available. Location: Simkus Recreation Center

Session 1 6+ yrs ― $65R / $85NR T 7:00 PM-7:30 PM Apr 2-Apr 23 T 7:30 PM-8:00 PM Apr 2-Apr 23 Th 5:00 PM-5:30 PM Apr 4-Apr 25 Th 5:30 PM-6:00 PM Apr 4-Apr 25 6+ yrs ― $90R / $110NR T 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Apr 2-Apr 23 T 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Apr 2-Apr 23 Th 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Apr 4-Apr 25 Th 7:00 PM-8:00 PM Apr 4-Apr 25

Come sing, dance and act out your favorite storybook character. Whether you want to play Red Riding Hood or the Big Bad Wolf, this workshop is for you! Engage in age appropriate theatre games, vocal warm-ups and dance moves. The final performance will be on the last day of class. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 3-6 yrs ― $45R / $65NR F 5:30 PM-6:30 PM Apr 5-May 10 16799

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6+ yrs ― $65R / $85NR T 7:00 PM-7:30 PM Apr 30-May 21 T 7:30 PM-8:00 PM Apr 30-May 21 Th 5:00 PM-5:30 PM May 2-May 23 Th 5:30 PM-6:00 PM May 2-May 23 6+ yrs ― $90R / $110NR T 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Apr 30-May 21 T 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Apr 30-May 21 Th 6:00 PM-7:00 PM May 2-May 23 Th 7:00 PM-8:00 PM May 2-May 23

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Triple Threat Acting Class

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Get the best part in our next production by becoming a triple threat! Sing, dance and act! Learn to use your body and voice in performance through exercises, games and group activities. The final performance is on the last day of class. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 7-16 yrs ― $55R / $75NR F 6:30 PM-8:00 PM Apr 5-May 10 16800

Step 1: Register

High School Musical Viewing Party Registration is excited for our next production and join us for open now, March 1 Get an afternoon to watch the film High School Musical! for residents! Whether you plan to join the cast or not, we will have Registration for nonresidents will begin on March 8.

Grades: K-10 $175 R / $195 NR Code: 16801

an afternoon of viewing the film with snacks. The film is rated TV-G. Location: Simkus Recreation Center K-10 yrs ― $3R / $5NR 2:30 PM-5:00 PM March 16 16840

Disney Channel’s smash hit movie musical comes to life on stage in Disney’s High School Musical Jr. Troy, Gabriella and the students of East High must deal with issues of love, friends and family while balancing their classes and extracurricular activities. Everyone registered will have a part in the play; auditions and callbacks are for casting purposes! Registrants will be split into two casts that will have separate rehearsals and performances.

Step 2: Register for an audition time Step 3: Review each cast and fill out the cast preference form by auditions

Auditions

Choose your audition time

Call Backs

Certain participants will be given a callback slip with a time on it.

Dates Rehearsals

June 3-July 17

Occasional Rehearsals

June 6-July 18 July 22 July 24 July 27 July 28

Dress Rehearsals Performances

Dates Rehearsals Occasional Rehearsals Dress Rehearsals Performances

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June 3-July 17 July 29 August 1 August 3 August 4

Time 4:00-5:15 PM 5:30-6:45 PM 7:00-8:15 PM 11:30 AM-12:45 PM

Date May 10 May 10 May 10 May 11

Location Simkus Simkus Simkus Simkus

Code 16835 16836 16837 16838

Time

Date

Location

Code

1:00-2:00 PM 2:00-3:00 PM 3:00-4:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM

May 11 May 11 May 11 May 13

Simkus Simkus Simkus Simkus

Registration not needed

Times 3:00-5:00 PM 5:30-7:30 PM 3:00-4:00 PM

Location Fountain View

4:00-8:00 PM

Glenbard North

7:00 PM 2:00 PM

Glenbard North

Times 5:30-7:30 PM 3:00-5:00 PM 3:00-4:00 PM

Fountain View

4:00-8:00 PM

Glenbard North

7:00 PM 2:00 PM

Glenbard North

Cast One

Day Mondays Wednesdays Thursdays Monday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Cast Two Day Mondays Wednesdays Thursdays Monday Thursday Saturday Sunday

Simkus

Location

Simkus


Preschool

NOWING PT ACCE RATION T REGIS R THE FO 2020 2019-OOL SCH R YEA

Through education, recreation and fun, our preschool program offers a balanced play-based learning approach perfect for first-time students! Our well-experienced staff and private and secure preschool facility create a safe and welcoming learning environment for all students. Creative daily lesson plans focus on the development of your child’s necessary prekindergarten skills such as letter and name recognition, printing, cooperative play, socialization skills, listening and more. Come learn and play with us today! Catch the Early Bird and save! MONTHLY

ANNUAL

MONTHLY

ANNUAL

ON/BEFORE JULY 14

ON/BEFORE JULY 14

AFTER JULY 14

AFTER JULY 14

AGE REQUIREMENT BY SEPT 1 2½ yrs

Preschool Prep

Tu/Th ― 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

16520

$85R / $93NR

$765R / $837NR

$95R / $103NR

$855R / $927NR

Preschool Prep

M,W ― 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

16521

$85R / $93NR

$765R / $837NR

$95R / $103NR

$855R / $927NR

3 Year Old (2 days a week)

Tu/Th ― 9:00 AM-11:00 AM

16522

$99R / $107NR

$891R / $963NR

$109R / $117NR

$981R / $1053NR

3 yrs

Tu/Th ― 9:15 AM-11:15 AM

16523

$99R / $107NR

$891R / $963NR

$109R / $117NR

$981R / $1053NR

3 yrs

Tu/Th ― 9:30 AM-11:30 AM

16524

$99R / $107NR

$891R / $963NR

$109R / $117NR

$981R / $1053NR

3 yrs

M,W,F ― 8:30 AM-10:30 AM

16525

$145R / $153NR

$1305R / $1377NR

$155R / $163NR

$1395R / $1467NR

3 yrs

M,W,F ― 9:00 AM-11:00 AM

16548

$145R / $153NR

$1305R / $1377NR

$155R / $163NR

$1395R / $1467NR

4 yrs

M,W,F ― 9:15 AM-11:15 AM

16549

$145R / $153NR

$1305R / $1377NR

$155R / $163NR

$1395R / $1467NR

4 yrs

M,W,F ― 9:30 AM-11:30 AM

16550

$145R / $153NR

$1305R / $1377NR

$155R / $163NR

$1395R / $1467NR

4 yrs

M-F ― 8:45 AM-10:45 AM

16551

$215R / $223NR

$1935R / $2007NR

$225R / $233NR

$2025R / $2097NR

4 yrs

3 Year Old (2 days a week) 3 Year Old (2 days a week) 3 Year Old (3 days a week) 4 Year Old (3 days a week) 4 Year Old (3 days a week) 4 Year Old (3 days a week)

Kindergarten Readiness

Elk Trail Recreation Center 160 W Elk Trail preschool@csparks.org Interested in taking a tour of our facility? Want to learn more about our program? We accept registration throughout the school year! Call 630-784-6140 or email preschool@csparks.org.

OPEN HOUSE Come check out our facility and grab a registration packet! Wednesday, April 10 - 5:30-7pm

(at time of registration)

2½ yrs

(at time of registration)

School Year Begins the week of September 3, 2019, and ends on May 15, 2020. Registration Registration not available online. To register - fill out registration packet, submit birth certificate. Priority registration for current Preschool families begins on March 1. Open registration begins on April 1. Fees Enrollment Fee $55 (nonrefundable). 5% discount available if you pay for the entire school year at the time of registration. EZ pay taken out on the 1st of each month Sept-May.

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Rentals

RENTA KITCH

EN

ROOM

(capacity 48)

910 N Gary Ave $55R / $70NR per hour Tables and Chairs Party Host

E

$132R / $160NR per hour Tables and Chairs Party Host Catering Kitchen

N KIDS ZO

Now Booking Graduation Parties

MAIN CE ENTRAN

(capacity 160)

THEARA PY POOL

3 Rooms

POOL

(Add Catering Kitchen and Patio for an additional fee)

OFFICES

FAMILY LOCKER ROOM S

SWIMMI NG

$94R / $115NR per hour Tables and Chairs Party Host

ME WELCO DESK

(capacity 96)

MENS LOCKER ROOM S

2 Rooms

UP

(Add Catering Kitchen and Patio for an additional fee)

WDSRA

1 Room

MS L ROO

Fountain View

WOMEN LOCKERS ROOM S

Fountain View Recreation Center is the perfect venue with scenic lake views, access to the outdoor patio and AV equipment, this is the perfect place for your party or meeting. The banquet room can accommodate 160 people and can be split into two or three individual rooms, each with AV capability and a variety of room set-up options.

TIO OOR PA OUTD

Celebrations • Parties

GYMNASTICS CENTER

RENTAL ROOM Capacity 60

Simkus

WOMENS LOCKER ROOMS

GYMNASIUM

RENTAL ROOM

KITCHEN

849 W Lies Rd $47R / $60NR per hour 1 Room (capacity 60) Tables and Chairs Party Host Refrigerator and Freezer

RENTAL ROOM Capacity 60

RENTAL ROOM Capacity 60

MENS LOCKER ROOMS DANCE STUDIO

WELCOME DESK

Host a smaller gathering at the Simkus Recreation Center! Each room holds up to 60 people and includes a refrigerator, freezer, sink and counter top area. This site also features close, convenient parking for you and your guests! FAMILY RESTROOM

MAIN ENTRANCE

Showers, Rehearsal Dinners, Ceremonies & Receptions

Outdoor Parties & Reunions

Meetings • Train ings • Team Build ing

630-784-6131 F

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Quinceañeras, st 1 Communions, Baptisms & Bar/Bat Mitzvahs

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14 days advanced notice is preferred for all rental requests. Rental requests made less than 14 days’ notice are not guaranteed to be approved. Complete and submit a Rental Request Form (available from the Fountain View or Simkus Recreation Center front desk). Along with the form, a $50 nonrefundable booking fee is required to reserve a room. There is a $25 fee charged for date changes made to the contract once it has been approved. Rental Agent must be present during the entire time of the rental including the final inspection process. Alcohol permitted, certain restrictions apply. An alcohol request form and liquor liability insurance is required. Linens are available - $15/room (choice of white or black). In addition to room fees, a security deposit is required. The amount due depends on the quantity of rooms reserved. Call for more information - 630-784-6131.

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Request a sport rental at csparks.org/sporting-event-rentals/

Picnic Shelters

Celebrate birthdays, graduations, reunions or other events in the great outdoors! Shelters are available for rent April-October $75R / $100 NR. Visit our csparks.org for more details or obtain an information sheet available at Fountain View or Simkus Recreation Centers. Shelter Capacity Tables Armstrong Park

Restrooms

10

Bierman Park

50

6

Portable

Community Park

25

4

Flush

Hampe Park

75

8

Flush

McCaslin Park

75

8

off Idaho for shelter)

1253 Woodlake Dr. 725 Thornhill Dr. 297 W. Lies Rd.

27W650 North Ave. West Chicago

50

6

Slepicka Park

25

4

Portable

Volunteer Park

25

6

Portable

1301 Lily Ln.

302 Kuhn Rd.

Field

Sports fields Available April to November

(but not exclusive to rentals)

Fishing Sand Volleyball

Playground Sports Field

Basketball Courts Sand Volleyball

Playground Tennis Courts

Playground Skate Park Sports Field Flush Inside Field Bags Bank Shot Complex Basketball Chess/Checker Grill Portable and Playground Sports Field Flush

Red Hawk Park

651 W. St. Charles Rd.

Full or Half Gymnasium rentals for sporting events available at Fountain View, Simkus and Evergreen Gyms.

Portable nearby Playground and Flush Sports Field

100

391 Illini Dr. (enter

Accessible

Gymnasium

Rentals

Fields & Gyms

Bags Bocce Court Chess/Checker Playground Bocce Court

Playground Sand Volleyball Splash Pad Sports Field

Request a group outing at csparks.org/group-outings/ $6 per participant Gymnastics (minimum 12) Includes supervised gymnastics 1.5 hours with minimum of two gymnastics instructors on tumbling and gymnastics equipment, obstacle course and relay races.

Playground nearby at Jirsa Park

All Park District Facilities are smoke-free. Splashpad, Bankshot, and volleyball courts are accessible, but not exclusive to the pavilion renter. Alcohol and any tobacco product is not permitted in Parks or Picnic Shelter. Depending on the time of the year the sports fields located near shelters could be active with Park District sporting events. There is no guarantee that a field is available for use unless available and rented by the renter of the shelter.

At Your House Par ty Wagon

Gymnastics

Mini Golf Mini Golf

Coyote Crossing Mini Golf

Canopy Rental $50 per hour plus $4 per golfer (During facility hours.) Private Rental Weekday - $150 per hour Weekends - $200 per hour

Wow the crowd at your next party or picnic with our Party Wagon! The fun-making trailer is stocked with 10 tables, 100 chairs, a 10’ by 10’ pop up canopy, a super-sized charcoal grill, ladder toss, bocce set, volleyball net, jump ropes and bean bag game. We deliver right to homes within the Carol Stream Park District. The party wagon is available for rent April-Oct. $125 per rental. $50 Security Deposit.

Pool Indoor Pool

(capacity 360)

Private Rental $230 Exclusive Use - 2 hours

630-784-6100

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Sports

Kids First Ages 6-12 Multisports

A combination of sports and games ranging from competitive to non-competitive and leisure. Including: Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Basketball, Dodge Ball, Flag Football, Kick Ball, Volleyball, Ultimate Frisbee, Track & Field Events, and more. No class on April 21 and May 26. Location: Evergreen School 6-12 yrs ― $69R / $89NR

All Star Sports • Ages 2-11 All Sorts of Sports with Parent

For the all-around athlete or a child who wants to take a shot at different sports! Kids work on balance, motor skills and hand-eye coordination while learning the rules of baseball, basketball, floor hockey, football, soccer and more. No class on April 20. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 2-3 yrs ― $75R / $95NR Sa

9:00 AM-9:45 AM

Apr 6-May 25

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Instruction designed to teach the game at basic level while keeping kids active and engaged. Fun games are played to teach the importance of skills learned. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 4-6 yrs ― $75R / $95NR 4:00 PM-5:00 PM

Apr 9-May 21

16703

Basketball Skills

Focus is on individual skills as well as team play. Ball handling, shooting technique, footwork and defensive/offensive strategies are practiced. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 6-8 yrs ― $75R / $95NR W

4:00 PM-5:00 PM

Apr 10-May 22

16704

Apr 10-May 22

16749

8-11 yrs ― $75R / $95NR W

5:00 PM-6:00 PM

Learn the game before the skates go on! Players learn proper mechanics of stick handling, puck control, passing and shooting. Equipment: Shin guards, bike helmet and any gloves to cover fingers. Location: Evergreen School 6-8 yrs ― $75R / $95NR 6:15 PM-7:15 PM

Apr 8-May 20

16705

Apr 8-May 20

16709

8-11 yrs ― $75R / $95NR M

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7:15 PM-8:15 PM

3-4 yrs ― $75R / $95NR W

12:00 PM-12:45 PM Apr 10-May 22

16712

4-6 yrs ― $75R / $95NR 6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Apr 9-May 21

16706

12:00 PM-2:00 PM Mar 31-Apr 28

16401

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12:00 PM-2:00 PM May 5-Jun 2

16409

Baseball

Players are prepared and challenged through fun competitive drills to develop skills that maximize player potential. Batting, fielding, pitching, base running and throwing are learned and practiced. No class April 21 and May 26. Location: Evergreen School 6-12 yrs ― $59R / $79NR S

2:00 PM-3:15 PM

Mar 31-Apr 28

16402

S

2:00 PM-3:15 PM

May 5-Jun 2

16410

Soccer Junior

Basketball

3-4 yrs ― $75R / $95NR

6-12 yrs ― $59R / $79NR

Players learn drills to improve shooting skills, dribbling and passing. In addition, the importance of ball and player movement is learned. No class on April 20. Location: Simkus Recreation Center

Coaches focus on the fundamentals! Players learn new basketball skills and safety techniques to make them game ready. No class April 20 and May 25. Location: Evergreen School

Sa

12:00 PM-12:45 PM Apr 6-May 25

16752

Sa

2:15 PM-3:30 PM

Apr 6-May 4

16404

W

10:00 AM-10:45 AM Apr 10-May 22

16765

Sa

2:15 PM-3:30 PM

May 11-Jun 8

16423

16707

Softball

4-6 yrs ― $75R / $95NR Sa

11:00 AM-12:00 PM Apr 6-May 25

Tee Ball

Players work on hand-eye coordination while learning the basic mechanics of batting, catching, throwing, fielding and base running. Equipment: Glove. No class on April 20. Location: Simkus Recreation Center W

11:00 AM-11:45 AM Apr 10-May 22

Fun and competitive softball skills help develop skills that challenge and maximize the potential of each player. Batting, fielding, pitching, base running, and throwing techniques are taught. No class on April 21 and May 26. Location: Evergreen School 6-12 yrs ― $59R / $79NR S

3:15 PM-4:30 PM

Mar 31-Apr 28

16406

16710

S

3:15 PM-4:30 PM

May 5-Jun 2

16424

Track & Field

3-4 yrs ― $75R / $95NR

Floor Hockey

M

For the all-around athlete or a child who wants to take a shot at different sports! Kids get an opportunity to try several different sports while learning the rules and basic knowledge of how to play the game. Location: Simkus Recreation Center

T

Basketball Junior

T

Multisport

S

4-6 yrs ― $75R / $95NR Sa

10:00 AM-11:00 AM Apr 6-May 25

16711

T

5:00 PM-6:00 PM

16708

Apr 9-May 21

Sprints, hurdles, jumps, distance running and throws are learned with focus on safety. Body balance, speed, quickness and agility drill techniques maximize the athlete’s potential. No class April 20 and May 25. Location: Evergreen School 6-12 yrs ― $59R / $79NR Sa

3:30 PM-4:45 PM

Apr 6-May 4

16407

Sa

3:30 PM-4:45 PM

May 11-Jun 8

16425


Sports Classes • Youth & Adult • Ages 5+ Fencing

Th

16393

8+ yrs ― $63R / $83NR W

Learn to safely participate in the sport that lasts a lifetime. All equipment provided. Class taught by Regional High Performance coach with USA Archery. No class on May 23. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 8+ yrs ― $63R / $83NR 6:30 PM-7:30 PM

Apr 4-Apr 25

Th

6:30 PM-7:30 PM

May 2-May 30

16394

Th

6:30 PM-7:30 PM

Jun 6-Jun 27

16395

Fencing develops coordination, builds strength, speed and endurance, requires good sportsmanship and builds quick decision making skills. It is a blend of highly aerobic work that simultaneously requires explosive strength based movement. Location: Simkus Recreation Center 6:30 PM-7:30 PM

Apr 3-May 8

16375

Fencing Accompanying Parent/Child 8+ yrs ― $25R / $38NR

Speed Training - Blackline Athletic

W

6:30 PM-7:30 PM

Nike SPARQ training is the acronym for developing the 5 keys to athleticism. SPARQ stands for (speed, power, agility, reaction and quickness). Blackline Athletic focuses on proper speed mechanics, vertical ability and multi-directional movement for junior athletes. Nike SPARQ training benefits all athletes for all sports, no matter what position. No class May 27. Location: Red Hawk Park 9-13 yrs ― $90R / $110NR

Fencing Advanced

M,W 6:00 PM-6:45 PM

Apr 8-May 1

16567

M,W 6:00 PM-6:45 PM

May 6-May 29

16568

Golf Lessons

Big Break Basketball - Hoopsology

Hoops-ology is a class designed for those athletes who want to increase their ability on the basketball court, by teaching players the skills needed regardless of current skill, size or position played. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 6-12 yrs ― $75R / $95

Apr 3-May 8

16376

8+ yrs ― $63R / $83NR W

7:30 PM-9:00 PM

Apr 3-May 8

16377

Fencing Advanced Accompanying Parent/Child 8+ yrs ― $25R / $38NR W

7:30 PM-9:00 PM

Apr 3-May 8

16378

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 Golf Range, 26W101 Lake Street, Hanover Park 8-15 yrs ― $100R / $120NR T,Th 6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Apr 23-May 9

16382

T

5:15 PM-6:00 PM

Apr 2-Apr 30

16454

T,Th 6:00 PM-7:00 PM May 14-May 30 16384 16+ yrs ― $100R / $120NR

T

5:15 PM-6:00 PM

May 7-Jun 4

16456

Th

Ice Skating- Parent/Tots

7:00 PM-8:00 PM

Apr 25-May 30

16383

Ice Skating- Tots

Tots learn ice orientation, balance, agility and have fun. No class on March 27, March 28, March 30, April 17, April 18, April 20, May 1, May 2, May 4, June 6 and June 8. Location: Center Ice of DuPage, 1N450 Highland Avenue, Glen Ellyn 3-4 yrs ― $135R / $155NR W

9:40 AM-10:10 AM Mar 6-May 8

16446

Th

4:30 PM-5:00 PM

Mar 7-May 9

16447

Sa

9:10 AM-9:40 AM

Mar 9-May 11

16448

Sa

11:20 AM-11:50 AM Mar 9-May 11

16449

Sports

Archery

3-4 yrs ― $125R / $145NR Th

4:30 PM-5:00 PM

May 16-Jun 27

16470

Sa

9:10 AM-9:40 AM

May 18-Jun 29

16471

Sa

11:20 AM-11:50 AM May 18-Jun 29

16472

Ice Skating- Little Hockey 1

Tots learn ice coordination, balance and agility in fun atmosphere while wearing hockey equipment. Hockey skates and hockey helmet required. No class on March 27, March 28, March 30, April 17, April 18, April 20, May 1, May 2, May 4, June 6 and June 8. Location: Center Ice of DuPage, 1N450 Highland Avenue, Glen Ellyn 3-4 yrs ― $135R / $155NR W

9:40 AM-10:10 AM Mar 6-May 8

16431

Th

4:30 PM-5:00 PM

Mar 7-May 9

16432

Sa

8:10 AM-8:40 AM

Mar 9-May 11

16433

3-4 yrs ― $125R / $145NR Th

4:30 PM-5:00 PM

May 16-Jun 27

16483

Sa

8:10 AM-8:40 AM

May 18-Jun 29

16484

13-18 yrs ― $85R / $105 T

6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Apr 2-Apr 30

16453

T

6:00 PM-7:00 PM

May 7-Jun 4

16455

Cricket 101

This indoor Cricket program introduces kids to the game, which is played with a special bat and ball (provided). Tennis balls are used, but kids should still wear some protective clothing. Cricket helps increase endurance and stamina, as well as hand-eye coordination and ball-handling skills. Location: Evergreen School 6-15 yrs ― $77R / $97NR Sa

12:00 PM-2:00 PM Mar 30-May 25 16381

Parents and their tots learn ice orientation, balance, agility and have fun. No class on March 28, March 30, April 18, April 20 and May 2, May 4, June 6 and June 8. Location: Center Ice of DuPage, 1N450 Highland Avenue, Glen Ellyn 3-4 yrs ― $135R / $155NR Th

4:30 PM-5:00 PM

Mar 7-May 9

16434

Sa 9:10 AM-9:40 AM Mar 9-May 11 3-4 yrs ― $125R / $145NR

16435

Th

4:30 PM-5:00 PM

May 16-Jun 27

16473

Sa

9:10 AM-9:40 AM

May 18-Jun 29

16474

Sa

11:20 AM-11:50 AM May 18-Jun 29

16475

Ice Skating- Beginner Hockey 1

No formal instruction needed. Kids learn basic forward and backward skating wearing hockey equipment. Hockey skates and hockey helmet required. Hockey stick optional. No class on March 27, March 28, March 30, April 17, April 18, April 20, May 1, May 2, May 4, June 6 and June 8. Location: Center Ice of Dupage, 1N450 Highland Ave., Glen Ellyn 5-13 yrs ― $155R / $175NR W

9:40 AM-10:20 AM Mar 6-May 8

16428

Th

4:30 PM-5:10 PM

Mar 7-May 9

16429

Sa

8:10 AM-8:50 AM

Mar 9-May 11

16430

5-13 yrs ― $145R / $165NR Th

4:30 PM-5:10 PM

May 16-Jun 27

16485

Sa

8:10 AM-8:50 AM

May 18-Jun 29

16486

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Sports

Sports Classes • Youth & Adult • Ages 5+

Ice Skating- Pre-Alpha

No formal instruction needed. Kids learn 1- and 2-foot glides, forward and backward swizzles and backward wiggle. No class on March 27, March 28, March 30, April 17, April 18, April 20, May 1, May 2, May 4, June 6 and June 8. Location: Center Ice of DuPage, 1N450 Highland Avenue, Glen Ellyn

Karate - Sullivan’s

W

9:40 AM-10:20 AM Mar 6-May 8

16438

Karate is an art that stresses defense rather than offense. Sensei Matt is a 3rd degree black belt who teaches the traditional style of Okinawan karate. Students develop coordination along with self-confidence, respect and a positive self-image. Uniforms can be purchased through the instructor. Parents can participate with their enrolled children for no additional charge. 4-14 yrs ― $50R / $70NR

Th

4:30 PM-5:10 PM

Mar 7-May 9

16437

Beginner (White Belts)

Th

5:30 PM-6:10 PM

Mar 7-May 9

16439

F

Sa

9:10 AM-9:50 AM

Mar 9-May 11

16440

Yellow & Green Belts

5-13 yrs ― $145R / $165NR

5-13 yrs ― $135R / $155NR

F

6:45 PM-7:30 PM

Apr 12-Jun 21

16392

Apr 12-Jun 21

16387

Th

4:30 PM-5:10 PM

May 16-Jun 27

16476

Advanced (Blue Belts & Above)

Th

5:30 PM-6:10 PM

May 16-Jun 27

16477

F

Sa

11:20 AM-12:00 PM May 18-Jun 29

16441

Accompany Parent

Sa

9:10 AM-9:50 AM

16478

F

7:30 PM-8:15 PM

Apr 12-Jun 21

16388

F

6:45 PM-7:30 PM

Apr 12-Jun 21

16389

F

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

Apr 12-Jun 21

16390

May 18-Jun 29

Ice Skating- Teen/Adult Basics

From beginner to advanced skaters, this class is tailored to your individual needs. May be taken in figure skates or hockey skates. No class on March 28, March 30, April 18, April 20, May 2, May 4, June 6 and June 8. Location: Center Ice of DuPage, 1N450 Highland Avenue, Glen Ellyn 14+ yrs ― $155R / $175NR Th

4:30 PM-5:10 PM

Mar 7-May 9

16442

Th

5:30 PM-6:10 PM

Mar 7-May 9

16443

Sa

9:10 AM-9:50 AM

Mar 9-May 11

16444

Sa

11:20 AM-12:00 PM Mar 9-May 11

16445

14+ yrs ― $145R / $165NR Th

4:30 PM-5:10 PM

May 16-Jun 27

16479

Th

5:30 PM-6:10 PM

May 16-Jun 27

16480

Sa

9:10 AM-9:50 AM

May 18-Jun 29

16481

Sa

11:20 AM-12:00 PM May 18-Jun 29

16482

The Adult class is at your own pace and is perfect for beginners, continuing adult skaters or skaters who are returning to the ice after years of hiatus. No class on March 30, April 20, May 4 and June 8. Location: Center Ice of DuPage, 1N450 Highland Avenue, Glen Ellyn 17+ yrs ― $155R / $175NR Sa

8:10 AM-8:50 AM

Mar 9-May 11

16507

Sa

8:10 AM-8:50 AM

May 18-Jun 29

16508

7:30 PM-8:15 PM

Apr 12-Jun 21

16391

18+ yrs ― Free

Campers learn the correct way to pass and catch through drills designed to maximize repetitions and proper shooting form. Other skills include ground balls, individual defense and unique dodges. Players participate in fun games and modified scrimmages that reinforce the core fundamentals learned that day. Equipment rental is available, or bring your own gear. Location: Glasshagel Park, 27W345 St Charles Rd, West Chicago 5-14 yrs ― $160R / $180NR 6:00 PM-7:30 PM

Apr 4-May 23

16386

Ultimate Table Tennis

Learn basic skills of correct paddling and ball handling. Practice skills with classmates towards end of class. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 7-15 yrs ― $72R / $92NR Th

7:00 PM-8:00 PM

Apr 18-May 16

16385

Tae Kwon Do- Beginner/Intermediate Develop confidence, self-discipline, and focus, as well as flexibility, balance, and coordination. Taught by experienced instructors from Kim’s Martial Arts School. Uniforms must be purcharsed to participate ($50). Accompanying family members participate at a reduced rate. 6:15 PM-7:00 PM

T

Apr 18-May 30

6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Apr 2-May 28

16529

Tennis- Green Dot I (10-12)

Class for students new to tennis or needing more development on volleys, ground strokes and serves. Focus is on stroke development, proper footwork and match play. No class on April 21. Location: Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park 10-12 yrs ― $169R / $189NR S

2:00 PM-3:00 PM

Apr 7-Jun 2

16532

10-12 yrs ― $190R / $210NR W

6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Sa

11:00 AM-12:00 PM Apr 6-Jun 1

Apr 3-May 29

16530 16531

Class for intermediate playerers looking to refine all aspects of the game- consistency, power, strategy, footwork and advanced shots. Location: Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park 10-12 yrs ― $249R / $269NR M

16452

5:00 PM-6:30 PM

Apr 1-May 20

16533

10-12 yrs ― $280R / $300NR Sa

1:00 PM-2:30 PM

Apr 6-Jun 1

16534

Tennis- Intermediate (13-18)

Focus is on kids who know the basics of tennis, can rally with ease and are proficient in match play. Class works to develop and refine all facets of the game to include consistency, power, strategy, footwork and advanced shots. Location: Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park 13-18 yrs ― $280R / $300NR T

7:00 PM-8:30 PM

Apr 2-May 28

16535

Tennis- Orange Ball (8-10)

Graduates of Red Ball 7-9yrs continue to refine technique of serving, volleys, ground strokes and match play. Kids are introduced to lobs, overheads and proper footwork. No class on April 21. Location: Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park 8-10 yrs ― $169R / $189NR S

4-15 yrs ― $70R / $90NR Th

For kids new to tennis or needing a refresher - Kids learn and refine the fundamentals of volleys, ground strokes, serves, footwork and match play. Location: Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park 13-18 yrs ― $190R / $210NR

Tennis- Green Dot II (10-12)

Lacrosse Camp - 1223 Lacrosse

Th

Ice Skating- Beginner Adult Hockey

34

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

Tennis- Beginner (13-18)

1:00 PM-2:00 PM

Apr 7-Jun 2

16538

8-10 yrs ― $190R / $210NR

Accompany Family Member 4-15 yrs ― $62R / $82NR

T

4:00 PM-5:00 PM

Apr 2-May 28

16536

Th

Th

5:00 PM-6:00 PM

Apr 4-May 30

16537

6:15 PM-7:00 PM

Apr 18-May 30

16451


Tennis- Red Ball (7-9)

An intro to tennis through fun drills and activities. Kids learn how to use the racquet and move around the court. Technique on volleys and ground strokes is taught. Kids learn to rally balls to and from baseline and play short matches at the end of session. No class on April 21. Location: Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park 7-9 yrs ― $169R / $189NR M

4:00 PM-5:00 PM

Apr 1-May 20

S

12:00 PM-1:00 PM Apr 7-Jun 2

16543 16547

7-9 yrs ― $190R / $210NR T

5:00 PM-6:00 PM

Apr 2-May 28

16544

W

4:00 PM-5:00 PM

Apr 3-May 29

16545

Sa

10:00 AM-11:00 AM Apr 6-Jun 1

16546

Tennis- Red Ball (4-6)

An intro to tennis through fun drills and activities. Kids learn how to use the racquet and move around the court. Technique on volleys and ground strokes is taught. No class on April 21. Location: Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park 4-6 yrs ― $169R / $189NR S

11:00 AM-12:00 PM Apr 7-Jun 2

Tennis- Adult Advanced

For players who can rally with ease and are proficient with match play. Refine faces of the game to include consistency, power, strategy, footwork and advanced shots. Location: Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park 18+ yrs ― $338R / $358NR

16542

M 7:00 PM-9:00 PM Apr 1-May 20 18+ yrs ― $380R / $400NR

16527

W

16526

4-6 yrs ― $190R / $210NR W

5:00 PM-6:00 PM

Apr 3-May 29

16539

Th

4:00 PM-5:00 PM

Apr 4-May 30

16540

Sa

9:00 AM-10:00 AM Apr 6-Jun 1

16541

7:00 PM-9:00 PM

Apr 3-May 29

Volleyball Clinic - Glenbard North

Players are introduced to tennis and focus on basic fundamentals, volleys, ground strokes, serves, footwork and match play. Location: Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park

Clinics focus on fundamental Volleyball Skills. Emphasize on Panther Volleyball. Players are taught same skills, plays, and philosophy as the Girls volleyball team at GBN. The Clinic is taught by Head Varsity Volleyball Coach Anne Bremner. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 8-9 yrs ― $50R / $70NR

18+ yrs ― $169R / $189NR

W

Tennis- Adult Beginner

M

7:00 PM-8:00 PM

Apr 1-May 20

16566

18+ yrs ― $280R / $300NR Th

7:30 PM-9:00 PM

5:00 PM-6:00 PM

Apr 3-Apr 24

16379

10-13 yrs ― $100R / $120NR W

Apr 4-May 30

Sports

Sports Classes • Youth & Adult • Ages 5+

6:00 PM-7:30 PM

Apr 3-Apr 24

16380

16528

Volleykidz - EVP

Introduces the pass, set and spike using a light volleyball. Help improve hand/eye coordination and knowledge of the game through drills and games. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center 6-8 yrs ― $99R / $119NR Th

4:00 PM-5:00 PM

Apr 18-May 30

16400

Volleyball Skills and Drills - EVP

Learn more advance game play strategies and drills to further the fundamental skills. Participate in game situation drills to better learn all positions on the floor. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center

Youth Th

Jr. Th

9-11 yrs ― $99R / $119NR 5:00 PM-6:00 PM

Apr 18-May 30

16399

12-14 yrs ― $99R / $119NR 6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Apr 18-May 30

16398

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Sports

Youth Leagues • Ages 4-18 Basketball League

League consists of an eight-game regular season. Games are played on Sundays against other Carol Stream teams and surrounding communities. Practices are scheduled by the coach on one weeknight during the season. T-shirts are provided. Practice Start Date - May 28, Game Start Date - June 9 EARLY BIRD ON/BEFORE APRIL 29

Grade 1 & 2 Co-ed Grade 3 & 4 Boys Grade 3 & 4 Girls Grade 5 & 6 Boys Grade 5 & 6 Girls Grade 7 & 8 Boys Grade 7 & 8 Girls

WAITLIST AFTER MAY 13

ON/BEFORE MAY 13

MEET AND GREET AT SIMKUS - MAY 21

16326

$75R / $95NR

16326

$95R / $115NR

16327

$115R / $135NR

6:00-6:45PM

16328

$75R / $95NR

16328

$95R / $115NR

16329

$115R / $135NR

6:45-7:30PM

16330

$75R / $95NR

16330

$95R / $115NR

16331

$115R / $135NR

6:45-7:30PM

16332

$90R / $110NR 16332

$110R / 130NR

16333

$130R / $150NR

7:30-8:15PM

16334

$90R / $110NR 16334

$110R / $130NR

16335

$130R / $150NR

7:30-8:15PM

16338

$90R / $110NR 16338

$110R / $130NR

16336

$130R / $150NR

7:30-8:15PM

16339

$90R / $110NR 16339

$110R / $130NR

16337

$130R / $150NR

7:30-8:15PM

Volleyball League

Season includes at least one practice per week, a six-game season against intervillage league teams and will conclude with a post-season tournament. Practices take place on Tuesday for 5/6 grade and Thursday for 7/8 grade, and games will be on Saturdays. Game Start Date: April 6

Grades 5-6 Grades 7-8

PLAYER EVALUATIONS

FIRST PRACTICE

March 12

March 19

16619

$120R / $140NR

March 14

March 21

16620

$120R / $140NR

APRIL-MAY

OPEN GYM

YOUTH

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DEADLINE: MARCH 4

ADULT

Basketball - GRADES 3-HIGH SCHOOL -

Monday 2:30-5:30pm Tuesday-Friday 3:00-5:30pm - ALL AGES -

Mon,Wed,Thur 5:30-8:00pm Dodgeball - GRADES 3-8 -

Basketball -16+ years Tuesday,Thursday 6-8am Monday-Friday 12-2pm Mon,Wed,Thur 8-10pm Mon,Wed,Thur - ALL AGES - 5:30-8pm Sunday 8-11am Volleyball -16+ years

Friday 3:00-5:30pm Volleyball

Wednesday 8-10pm Sunday 8-11am

- GRADES 6-HIGH SCHOOL -

Membership Card required to enter Adult Open Gym. Times are subject to changes without notice.

Wednesday 3:00-5:30pm Daily Youth 5 Punch Pass Youth 10 Punch Pass Youth 3 Month Pass Youth Annual Pass Youth

$4 R / $6 NR $19 R / $29 NR $35 R / $55 NR $60 R / $80 NR $160 R / $210 NR

Daily Adult 5 Punch Pass Adult 10 Punch Pass Adult 3 Month Pass Adult Annual Pass Adult

$6 R / $9 NR $25 R / $35 NR $45 R / $65 NR $60 R / $80 NR $160 R / $210 NR

Dates and times subject to change. Check the schedules at csparks.org or call 630-784-6100 *All adult participants are required to have a current Fountain View Fitness or Open Gym Member ID. For more information regarding these memberships please see the front desk at either Simkus or Fountain View. ** Children 4-7 years of age must be accompanied by an adult to be able to participate in open gym, and both participants must pay the open gym fee. Fountain View Fitness Members must scan in at the fitness desk. Note that all other programming takes precedent. Open Gym memberships and punch passes can only be used during the specified times listed to the right.


Tee-Ball

Registration includes uniform. Volunteer coaches needed. Preschoolers must be 4 years old by the first practice. Location: Hampe Park Start Date: April 22 for Preschool - April 23 for Kindergarten.

Registration - tee ball Registration is by grade level. Players are to be registered for the grade the player is in for 2018/2019 school year. Preschoolers must be 4 years old by program start date. Participants can participate in Instructional Tee Ball and Instructional Soccer without conflict.

Sports

Youth Leagues • Ages 4-18

Catch the Early Bird and save! PRACTICES AND GAMES

Preschool(4-6 yrs) Kindergarten (4-6 yrs)

ON/BEFORE MARCH 25

WAITLIST AFTER APRIL 8

ON/BEFORE APRIL 8

Monday/Wednesday/Saturday

15863

$80R / $100NR

15863

$100R / $120NR

15864

$110R / $130NR

Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday

15861

$80R / $100NR

15861

$100R / $120NR

15862

$110R / $130NR

Youth Baseball

Registration includes uniform. Volunteer coaches needed. Practices and games are scheduled Monday through Saturday. Sunday may be used for additional practices and make up games. Local travel is required at the Major and Pony level, and home games are played in Carol Stream. Practice Start Date: April 1, Game Start Date: April 20 .

Catch the Early Bird and save! WAITLIST AFTER FEB 25

8U Pinto League (7-8 yrs) 10U Mustang League (9-10 yrs) 12U Mustang League (11-12 yrs) 14U Pony League (13-14 yrs)

PLAY EVALUATIONS AT GBN FIELD HOUSE (3/3)

MEET & GREET AT GBN FIELD HOUSE (3/17)

16183

$125R / $145NR

N/A

12-1PM

16177

$145R / $165NR

12-1:15PM

1:30-2:30PM

16179

$165R / $185NR

1:30-2:30PM

3-4PM

16181

$170R / $190NR

2:45-3:30PM

3-4PM

Registration - baseball Registration is by age. Players are to be registered based on their age as of April 30, 2019.

Youth Softball

Registration includes uniform. Volunteer coaches needed. Practices and games are scheduled Monday through Saturday. Sunday may be used for additional practices and make up games. Local travel is required, and home games are played in Carol Stream. Practice Start Date: April 1, Game Start Date: April 20.

Catch the Early Bird and save!

8U (7-8 yrs) 10U (9-10 yrs) 12U (11-12 yrs) 14U (13-14 yrs)

WAITLIST AFTER FEB 25

PLAY EVALUATIONS AT GBN FIELD HOUSE (3/3)

MEET & GREET AT GBN FIELD HOUSE (3/17)

16191

$125R / $145NR

N/A

12-1PM

16185

$145R / $165NR

12-1:15PM

1:30-2:30PM

16187

$165R / $185NR

1:30-2:30PM

3-4PM

16189

$170R / $190NR

2:45-3:30PM

3-4PM

High School Baseball & Softball

Registration includes uniform. Games played against teams from other communities. Homes games are in Carol Stream. All current high school players are eligible. Teams are formed by coaches, but players register individually. Games begin after high school season in June, and can be any day of week.

Registration - softball Registration is by age. Players are to be registered based on their age as of December 31, 2018.

DEADLINE MAY 13

High School - Baseball High School - Softball

16174

$185R / $205NR

16175

$150R / $170NR

Game Start Date - June 1.

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Sports

Youth Leagues Youth • Ages Leagues 4-18 • Ages 4-18 Youth Soccer - Instructional League

Participants are introduced to the fundamentals of the sport while learning how to play the game. Registration includes tee shirt and participation medal. Volunteer coaches needed. Location: Walter Park. Game Start Date - April 13

ON/BEFORE FEB 18

Co-ed Pre/K (4-6 yrs)

15876

WAITLIST AFTER MARCH 4

ON/BEFORE MARCH 4

$70R / $90NR

15876

$90R / $110NR

15877

MEET & GREET AT SIMKUS 3/19

$100R / $120NR

6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Youth Soccer

U8 is an in-house program playing all games in Carol Stream. A soccer game tee shirt is included in the registration fee. U10 and above play in an intervillage league which requires travel to local communities. Home games played in Carol Stream. Players wear a full uniform not included in the registration fee and available for purchase at Simkus Recreation Center. Volunteer coaches needed.

Registration - soccer Registration is by grade level. Players are to be registered for the grade the players is in for the 2018-2019 school year.

Practice Start Date - March 25, Game Start Date - April 13

ON/BEFORE FEB 18

WAITLIST AFTER MARCH 4

ON/BEFORE MARCH 4

PLAYER EVALS AT GBN TURF FIELD 3/9

MEET & GREET AT SIMKUS 3/19

1-2 grade Co-ed 3-4 grade Co-ed

15878

$70R / $90NR

15878

$90R / $110NR

15879

$100R / $120NR

N/A

7:15-8:15PM

15865

$75R / $95NR

15865

$95R / $115NR

15866

$105R / $125NR

12:00-1:00PM

7:15-8:15PM

5-6 grade Co-ed 7-8 grade Co-ed

15869

$80R / $100NR

15869

$100R / $120NR

15870

$110R / $130NR

1:15-2:15PM

N/A

15873

$80R / $100NR

15873

$100R / $120NR

15874

$110R / $130NR

1:15-2:15PM

N/A

COACHES PACKAGE 2-hour party for up to 16 people (coaches and team)

HAVE A BALL To thank you for all that you do to coach a Carol Stream youth sports team, let us help you plan the end-of-season team party!

COACHES PACKAGE PLUS 2-hour party for up to 60 people. Bring your own food. (team, coaches and families)

$150

2 hours of party room (with tables and chairs) and gym (½ court - use of sporting equipment)

Parties are held at Simkus based on availability. Sporting equipment choices are basketball, dodgeball, volleyball, wiffleball and soccer.*Additional guests, food and drinks can be added on for additional cost.

Meet and Greet The meet and greet is a set time where players, parents, and coaches meet each other and hand out any necessary information, and in some cases receive their uniforms. Parent Code of Conduct By registering your child you agree to comply with the Parent Code of Conduct which can be found on the home webpage of each youth sports league and is discussed by the coach at the preseason parent meeting.

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Placed on a Specific Team No, due to the nature of the program, we cannot accept any other coach, player, or carpool requests. However, one mutual friendship request is honored for players in an instructional league, Pinto (8U) baseball, or U8 soccer. Forms are available at csparks.org/youthsports-friendshiprequest/ Request deadlines are the same as registration deadlines (not early bird).

1 hour in party room (with tables and chairs) followed by 1 hour in gym (½ court - use of sporting equipment) Pizza and drinks for 16 people Paper products

Playing up Playing up is not allowed for instructional soccer or tee ball. For all other leagues playing up is allowed by one age or grade level but the following process must be adhered to: The player must register at his or her age or grade. A request to play up must be made to the program supervisor. The player must attend the evaluation day for the sport and must attend at the time designated for the requested league/level (i.e. if a player should be playing in the Mustang league but wants to play in the Major league, player must attend the Major player evaluation). Registration Deadlines Players placed on a waitlist are not guaranteed placement on a team. If you register before team formation the player is moved off the waitlist if there are enough to form an additional team. However, if you register after team formation, or if another team cannot be formed, placement will only be done when a team or teams are below the established maximum number of team participants. Players will not be added to any team one week prior to the first scheduled game.

Call Nina at 630-784-6137 or ninag@csparks.org for more information. -

Team Parties

$99

Player Evaluation Players get rated based on each skill set for that particular sport. All players are welcome but new players and players who are playing up a level are required to attend. Sponsorship Opportunities Sponsor your son or daughters team - Contact Community Relations: Pam Falco for sponsorship & advertising opportunities. pamf@csparks.org or 630-784-6123. Staff Positions - Umpires and Referees Applicants must be at least 16 years of age. Contracts are available at the Simkus Recreation Center and at csparks.org. Call 630-784-6100 for further information. Volunteer to Help Volunteers are used for the following positions: League Coordinators, Managers/Head Coaches,Coaches/ Assistant Coaches, Tournament Team Managers (Baseball/Softball/Soccer). Applications are available at csparks.org/youthsports-coachapplication/. Call 630-784-6100 for further information.


Sports

YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUE AFFILIATES

The park district does not own or operate these programs. The Carol Stream Travel Softball and Baseball Association (CSTSBA) offers a competitive travel baseball and softball experience for boys and girls ages 9-15. Cougars baseball teams compete in the West Suburban Baseball League (WSBL) and various tournaments. Storm softball teams compete in various leagues and tournaments. Tryouts are held every July. cstsba.com Contact: Tim Welch 630-930-9188, cstsbawelch@gmail.com. The Carol Stream Youth Football and Cheer Association (CSYFA) Program is for children ages 5 through 14. The CSYFA is a member of the Bill George Youth Football League. Children ages 5 and 6 play flag football, 7 year olds can choose between flag or first level of instructional tackle. All other age groups play tackle. Children grades K-8 cheer at football games. Registration is held online at csyfa.com. Football Contact: Ted Dost at 630-621-2507 or teddost@yahoo.com. Cheer Contact: Dawn Dettloff at 630-302-9507 or cspantherscheer@gmail.com. Carol Stream Panthers Soccer Club Offers a competitive travel soccer program for U8-U15. Teams compete in the Northern Illinois Soccer League (NISL). In addition to league play each team competes in various tournaments in the area. Tryouts are held each year in June and January. If interested in coaching, please email Carol Stream Panthers Soccer Club with age level and qualifications. Contact: Jaymin Jeffery at 630-333-0057, jayminjeffery@gmail.com The Carol Stream Youth Travel Basketball Association (CSYTBA) offers a competitive travel basketball program for boys and girls grades 4 th through 8 th grade. Boy’s teams compete in the DuPage Youth Travel Basketball League (DYTBL) and girls compete in the West Suburban Girls Basketball League (WSGBL). In addition to league play each team competes in various tournaments in the area. Tryouts are held each year in September, check csytba.com for details. Coaches: interested individuals need to email CSYTBA with age level and qualifications. csytba.com Contact: Bill Bonnema 630-674-1241, bbonnema@sbcglobal.

Adult Leagues • Ages 18+ Registration forms are required for all adult leagues and tournaments. Age Requirements All participants must be 17+ years to participate. Free Agents Don’t have a full squad to form your own team? Sign up at csparks.org/adultleague-free-agent/ to register as a free agent for the sport of your choice. Each league has a minimum which must be reached before a team is formed, or if not enough to form a team you may be placed with a team that is looking for players. League Levels Comp: Competitive, Int: Intermediate, Rec: Recreational League Locations For locations of all facilities or fields please visit csparks.org.

Registration Form A special league registration form must be filled out. Forms are available at Simkus or Fountain View Recreation Center , csparks.org, or by mail — call 630-784-6100. Forms include the following information: • Registration deadlines • Captains meeting dates • League information Returning Team Discount (RTD) Returning teams from the previous season or same season last year of that sport are to receive a $25 discount if they register by the Returning Team Discount Deadline listed in each league. Registration for new teams is only accepted after Returning Team Deadline (except Bean Bags and 3 on 3 basketball league).

Basketball League

Teams play a six-game (Tuesday) or an eight-game (Sunday) regular season followed by a postseason tournament. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center Registration Deadline: DAY & START

Comp/Rec Competitive

RETURNING TEAM FEE

NEW TEAM FEE & OPEN REGISTRATION

CODE

S

5/5

$675 before 4/15 $700

beginning 4/16

16411

T

5/7

$525 before 4/15 $550

beginning 4/16

16412

Flag Football League Call Today 630-784-6123 or contact Pam Falco at: pamf@csparks.org

Teams play an eight-game regular season followed by a single elimination tournament. For complete registration information pick up a registration packet. Location: Glenbard North High School Registration Deadline: DAY & START

Spring Sports Sponsorship

Non-Contact Rec Summer Comp\Rec

RETURNING TEAM FEE

NEW TEAM FEE & OPEN REGISTRATION

CODE

M

5/13

$400 before 4/27 $425

beginning 4/28

16690

S

5/14

$675 before 5/13 $700

beginning 5/14

16618

Available Now! Yes, your business can sponsor your son's or daughter's sports team.

Gain exposure for your business with sponsorship benefits: Sponsors acknowledged in our facilities, Logo on team shirts and/or Vendor Promotional Table opportunities.

Floor Hockey League

Teams play an eight-game regular season with a single elimination playoff tournament. Players must bring their own protective gear and sticks. Location: Evergreen School Registration Deadline: DAY & START

Competitive

T

3/26

RETURNING TEAM FEE

NEW TEAM FEE & OPEN REGISTRATION

$375 before 3/11 $400

beginning 3/12

CODE

16581

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Sports

Adult Leagues • Ages 18+ Softball League - Spring

Teams play a regular season followed by a post-season tournament. Location: McCaslin Park. Registration Deadline: April 8 DAY & START

Competitive Competitive Recreational Recreational Comp/Rec

RETURNING TEAM FEE

NEW TEAM FEE & OPEN REGISTRATION

CODE

M

4/22 $600

before 3/25

$625

beginning 3/26

16427

M

4/22 $790

before 3/25

$815

beginning 3/26

16413

T

4/23

$625

before 3/25

$650

beginning 3/26

16416

W

4/24

$675

before 3/25

$700

beginning 3/26

16417

Th

4/25

$790

before 3/25

$815

beginning 3/26

16415

Softball League - Summer

Teams play an eight-game regular season followed by a single elimination post-season tournament. Location: McCaslin Park. Registration Deadline: May 13 DAY & START

12" Co-ed Comp/Rec 12” Mush Co-ed 14” Mush Co-ed

RETURNING TEAM FEE

NEW TEAM FEE & OPEN REGISTRATION

CODE

T

5/28

$500

before 4/29

$525

beginning 4/30

16422

S

6/2

$625

before 4/29

$650

beginning 4/30

16421

S

6/2

$500

before 4/29

$525

beginning 4/30

16426

F

6/7

$500

before 4/29

$525

beginning 4/30

16420

Volleyball League

Teams play a regular season followed by a post-season tournament. Location: Fountain View Recreation Center. Registration Deadline: April 8 DAY & START

Comp/Rec Comp/Rec

RETURNING TEAM FEE

NEW TEAM FEE & OPEN REGISTRATION

CODE

F

4/12

$400

before 3/1

$425

beginning 3/2

16418

M

4/15

$400

before 3/1

$425

beginning 3/2

16419

Adult Tournaments • Ages 18+

S

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T

SOFTBA L L TO U R N A MENT

Tuesday, April 23

2 game guarantee followed by a championship game.

$150

6-10pm • McCaslin Park

16569

Deadline: April 22

Thursday, May 23

16570

Deadline: May 22

$20 per team • 6-9pm • McCaslin Park

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Teams of two compete in a tournament for prizes.

Sunday, March 31 • 9-1pm

All games self-officiated. Round Robin tournament followed by a single elimination playoff. Winners receive cash prizes. FOUNTAIN VIEW RECREATION CENTER FEE: $40/TEAM • CODE: 15882 DEADLINE: MARCH 25

Fee: $150/TEAM

Thursday, April 11

Thursday, April 18

Competitive 16621

Recreational 16622

Deadline: April 8

Deadline: April 15


Youth Group • Ages 6 months-13 years

DAY & TIMES

Parent Tot Parent Tot Terrific Tot Terrific Tot Terrific Tot Wave A Wave A Wave B Parent Tot Terrific Tot Terrific Tot Wave A Wave A Wave B Parent Tot Parent Tot Terrific Tot Terrific Tot Terrific Tot Wave A Wave A Wave B Parent Tot Terrific Tot Terrific Tot Wave A Wave A Wave B Parent Tot Terrific Tot Terrific Tot Wave A Wave A Wave B

SESSION 1

M

10:35 AM-11:05 AM

4/1-5/20

16552

$68R / $88NR

M

4:40 PM-5:10 PM

4/1-5/20

16553

$68R / $88NR

M

11:10 AM-11:40 AM

4/1-5/20

16554

$68R / $88NR

M

4:40 PM-5:10 PM

4/1-5/20

16555

$68R / $88NR

M

5:20 PM-5:50 PM

4/1-5/20

16556

$68R / $88NR

M

5:05 PM-5:50 PM

4/1-5/20

16587

$73R / $93NR

M

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

4/1-5/20

16588

$73R / $93NR

M

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

4/1-5/20

16598

$73R / $93NR

Tu

4:40 PM-5:10 PM

4/2-5/21

16582

$68R / $88NR

Tu

4:40 PM-5:10PM

4/2-5/21

16557

$68R / $88NR

Tu

5:20 PM-5:50 PM

4/2-5/21

16558

$68R / $88NR

Tu

5:05 PM-5:50 PM

4/2-5/21

16589

$73R/$93NR

Tu

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

4/2-5/21

16590

$73R / $93NR

Tu

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

4/2-5/21

16599

$73R / $93NR

W

10:35 AM-11:05 AM

4/3-5/22

16583

$68R / $88NR

W

4:40 PM-5:10 PM

4/3-5/22

16584

$68R / $88NR

W

11:10 AM-11:40 AM

4/3-5/22

16559

$68R / $88NR

W

4:40 PM-5:10 PM

4/3-5/22

16560

$68R / $88NR

W

5:20 PM-5:50 PM

4/3-5/22

16561

$68R / $88NR

W

5:05 PM-5:50 PM

4/3-5/22

16591

$73R / $93NR

W

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

4/3-5/22

16592

$73R / $93NR

W

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

4/3-5/22

16600

$73R / $93NR

Th

4:40 PM-5:10 PM

4/4-5/23

16585

$68R / $88NR

Th

4:40 PM-5:10 PM

4/4-5/23

16562

$68R / $88NR

Th

5:20 PM-5:50 PM

4/4-5/23

16563

$68R / $88NR

Th

5:05 PM-5:50 PM

4/4-5/23

16593

$73R / $93NR

Th

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

4/4-5/23

16594

$73R/$93NR

Th

6:00 PM-6:45 PM

4/4-5/23

16601

$73R / $93NR

Sa

9:15 AM-9:45 AM

4/6-5/18

16586

$60R / $80NR ** 7 classes

Sa

9:15 AM-9:45 AM

4/6-5/18

16564

$60R / $80NR ** 7 classes

Sa

9:55 AM-10:25 AM

4/6-5/18

16565

$60R / $80NR ** 7 classes

Sa

9:40 AM-10:25 AM

4/6-5/18

16595

$64R / $84NR ** 7 classes

Sa

10:35 AM-11:20 AM

4/6-5/18

16596

$64R / $84NR ** 7 classes

Sa

10:35 AM-11:20 AM

4/6-5/18

16602

$64R / $84NR ** 7 classes

Parent Tot 6 months-2 yrs

Parents assist with teaching their little swimmers comfort in water. Instruction includes: water adjustment, entering and exiting water, putting face in water, blowing bubbles, supported floating and jumping in with assistance. Swimmers not potty trained must wear swimsuit with swim diaper and tight fitting rubber/plastic pants.

Terrific Tot Swim 3-4 yrs

Swimmers learn to enter/exit water with confidence. Instruction includes supported front/back floats, blowing bubbles, putting face in water, alternation of arms, front/back kicks, back glide with kicks and water safety. Swimmers not potty trained must wear swimsuit with swim diaper and tight fitting rubber/plastic pants.

Swimming

Registration Parent Attendance Select a swim class based on student’s Parents are expected to stay in designated viewing area during the duration ability to swim, comfort level and age. of student’s class in case of emergency where consent is required. Returning students- select a class based on previous swim lesson report card. Refunds Registration ends 5 business days prior to For information on refunds, refer to page 44 or contact the first day of class. the Swim Lesson Coordinator 630-784-6187

Wave Classes 5-13 yrs To confirm all students are placed in the correct class, within the first 15 minutes, students are evaluated then placed in their class for a secondary evaluation. During this time, students are moved to different parts of the pool with their teachers. During the second class all students receive another evaluation to confirm their correct placement. After the second class, students cannot switch classes until the following session. Classes are held in both the Therapy or Lap pool. It is common for students to complete multiple session in the Wave A curriculum before advancing. Consider this when registering for multiple classes. Register for the day and time that fits your needs and teacher will evaluate and place students in the appropriate class. Wave A

The Wave A curriculum provides your child with the skills needed to survive in the water and provide the foundation for a life-long love of swimming. This curriculum includes Class 1-Water Exploration, Class 2-Primary Skills and Class 3-Stroke Readiness.

Wave B

The Wave B curriculum develops your child’s swimming techniques and provides the foundation needed for competitive swimming or recreational swimming for fitness. Wave A (or its equivalent) is a prerequisite for this program. Wave B includes Class 4-Stroke Development, Class 5-Stroke Refinement and Class 6-Stroke Proficiency.

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Swimming

Private • Ages 3+ Private Swimming

Get personalized one-on-one private swim classes tailored to meet your needs. Private classes give your child plenty of one-on-one attention to help reach their swimming goals. This class is offered in the therapy pool or lap pool. DAY & TIMES

These classes are scheduled just for you. Should you fail to show up for a class without notifying the instructor at least 24 business hours in advance, you forfeit the class. One make-up class is allowed if above communication is properly followed. Classes not done by end of session expire.

SESSION 1 - 8 WEEKS

M

6:55 PM-7:25 PM

4/1-5/20

16603

$152R / $172NR

M

7:30 PM-8:00 PM

4/1-5/20

16604

$152R / $172NR

T

6:55 PM-7:25PM

4/2-5/21

16605

$152R / $172NR

T

7:30 PM-8:00PM

4/2-5/21

16606

$152R / $172NR

W

6:55 PM-7:25PM

4/3-5/22

16607

$152R / $172NR

W

7:30 PM-8:00PM

4/3-5/22

16608

$152R / $172NR

TH

6:55 PM-7:25 PM

4/4-5/23

16609

$152R / $172NR

TH

7:30 PM-8:00PM

4/4-5/23

16610

$152R / $172NR

S

11:30 AM-12:00 PM

4/6-5/18

16611

$133R / $153NR **7 classes

S

12:10 PM-12:40 PM

4/6-5/18

16612

$133R / $153NR **7 classes

Su

11:30 AM-12:00 PM

4/7-5/19

16613

$114R / $134NR **6 classes

Su

12:10 PM-12:40 PM

4/7-5/19

16614

$114R / $134NR **6 classes

Su

12:50 PM-1:20 PM

4/7-5/19

16615

$114R / $134NR **6 classes

Custom Private Swimming Classes

Want a private swim class but none of our scheduled times work for you? Contact one of our Swim Lesson Coordinators to schedule a Custom Private. Students receive a total of three hours of instruction. Classes cannot be scheduled during swim team practices, group classes or regularly scheduled private classes. These classes are offered in both the Therapy Pool or Lap Pool.

CUSTOM PRIVATE CLASSES APRIL

3 Hours of Instruction

16616

MAY

$150R / $170NR

16617

$150R / $170NR

CUSTOM PRIVATE CLASS 3/24-3/30

1 Hour of Instruction

16225

$50R / $70NR

Adult & Teen • Ages 13+ Introduction to Swimming

Advanced Swimming

Become confident and comfortable in the water by Continue working on breathing techniques Adult & such Teenand Group • backstroke. AgesLearn13+ refining freestyle and more learning breathing techniques and basic strokes advanced strokes such as breaststroke and butterfly. as freestyle and backstroke. Introduction to Swimming or equivalent is a prerequisite for Advanced Swimming class. DAY & TIMES

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Intro To Swimming Advanced

SESSION 1

Su

11:00 AM-12:00 PM

4/7-5/19

16686

$90R / $110NR

Su

11:00 AM-12:00 PM

4/7-5/19

16687

$90R / $110NR


Swimming

Dolphins Swim Team • Ages 6-18 Volunteer Deposit $75 per family-16692 Volunteer deposit will be refunded after the end of the season if all volunteer credits are met.

White Team 6-18 yrs Swimmers who are new to competitive swimming or have less than 2 years of competitive experience.

Parent Meeting - Mandatory Thursday, May 9 at 6:30 PM

ON/BEFORE MAY 20

White Team Blue Team

Blue Team 6-18 yrs Swimmers must have a minimum of 2 years prior competitive experience or with coaches approval to join the Blue Team.

PRE-SUMMER PRACTICES MAY 21-JUNE 1

AFTER MAY 20

SUMMER PRACTICES JUNE 3-JULY 26

16691

$180R / $200NR 16691 $195R / $215NR

T,TH

7:30-8:30 PM

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SA

9:00-10:00 AM

M, T, W, F 7:45-8:45 AM

---

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16689

$230R / $250NR 16689 $245R / $265NR

M, W

7:00-8:30 PM

F

5:00-6:30 PM

SA

7:00-9:00 AM

M, T, W, F 6:00-8:00 AM

Th

6:45 AM-8:45 AM

Swim at our Indoor Pool Lap Swim

Monday-Friday 5:00am-1:00pm & 4:00pm-10:00pm Saturday 6:00am-5:00pm Sunday 7:00am-5:00pm Fountain View Fitness Included Member Individual Annual Pass $140 R / $160 NR Additional Family Member* $60 R / $80 NR *Per person, must live at same address (ages 12+ only) **Lap Swim Membership has access to 2 lap lanes only. Membership does not include access to Therapy Pool or aquatic classes.

Open Swim

Friday 7:00pm-10:00pm Saturday 1:00pm-5:00pm Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm Daily Admission $4 R / $6 NR 5 Punch Pass $15 R / $25 NR 10 Punch Pass $28 R / $48 NR 20 Punch Pass $50 R / $90 NR * Ages 2 yrs and under are Free. Visit csparks.org for holiday hours.

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How to Register

Online: Browse the full activity guide, register for activities and pay by credit card at csparks.org. In person: Complete a registration form (download at csparks.org/activities/) and pay by cash, check or credit card at Simkus Recreation Center or at Fountain View 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. Activities with recurring or monthly payments must have an EZ Pay Agreement on file. Your payments are charged to your credit/debit card. For more information, please visit our Registration Services Team at Simkus or Fountain View Recreation Centers to complete an EZ Pay authorization form.

Photography Policy

Carol Stream Park occasionally takes photographs and videos of participants at our parks or facilities, in park district programs, classes or events for marketing purposes.

Oops!

The Carol Stream Park District staff has made every effort to prepare our marketing material as accurately as possible, however, errors can occur. Circumstances may require that adjustments be made to programs, fees, schedules, etc. The Park District reserves the right to make any such adjustments. The Carol Stream Park District apologizes for any inconvenience these errors may cause.

Lost & Found

Contact us if you lost something at one of our parks (630-784-6107) or facilities (630-784-6100).

Avoid Cancelation

Waiting Lists

Once the maximum enrollment is met for a class, a waiting list is formed. If space becomes available or additional classes are created, you will be contacted. Payment is due when being waitlisted. Credits are issued after the first class for those who are not able to be registered.

Inclusion Services

Inclusion Services are designed to provide the least restrictive environment while providing the maximum opportunity to participate in regular park district programs. There is no charge for WDSRA’s support. To register for services, simply indicate that special accommodations are needed on the park district registration form. Two-week advance notice is requested for inclusion support.

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.

Americans with Disabilities Act

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination on the basis of a disability. Carol Stream 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, call 630-784-6100. Those who use the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf use 800-526-0844. Additional questions may be directed to the District's ADA Compliance Officer: Shane Hamilton at shaneh@csparks.org.

Insurance

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

Financial Assistance

Most classes require a set minimum number of participants. Register at least a week prior to the start date to avoid cancellation.

We offer financial assistance/scholarships for qualified Carol Stream Park District residents. Confidential applications available at Fountain View Fitness Center and Simkus Recreation Center.

Program Capacity

Smoking Policy

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 are issued.

The District’s philosophy is to promote health and a clean air environment. The use of any and all tobacco products is prohibited in all park district buildings and facilities and at all parks and trails. Carol Stream Park District joins other park districts in Illinois with a tobacco-free policy. To read the full policy, go to csparks.org.

Refund and Withdrawal Policy

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It is the District’s intent to provide quality recreation programs and services. The District recognizes however, that there may be occasions when the event/service doesn’t match a customer’s needs, or when the customer is unable to participate. For those occasions, the following withdrawal policy will apply. (a) All requests for refunds will be assessed a ‘Service Fee’ of 10% of the original, total fee - $5 minimum / $50 maximum, or 10% of the remaining credit balance - $5 minimum/$50 maximum. (b) No refunds under $5; credit will be placed on account. (c) No refunds after 2nd meeting of class/program. (d) For monthly/quarterly payments, or memberships, there is no refund of the current period; a cancellation of the future months/period charges will be allowed. (e) Forever Young Programs – Service Fee will apply after the payment deadline, and refunds may be issued as long as Supervisor approval is given. (f) No refunds after event. (g) No refund of annual memberships including but not limited to Walking Track, Lap Swim, Coral Cove Water Park or Bark Park. Exceptions in which a Withdrawal Service Fee will not be assessed: • Medical note exception is valid any time prior to the start of the last class and will not be subject to a ‘Service Fee’; a prorated refund or credit will be issued. This does not apply to events/trips, and does not include costumes, uniforms, meals, or tickets. • Transferring to another program or date in lieu of receiving a refund. If the class has begun, the credit available to transfer towards another program will be calculated on the prorated balance from the original registration. • Leaving on Account in lieu of receiving a refund. Funds should be used within a 6 month period. Any credit that is returned will be less the applicable ‘Service Fee’. No Refunds are offered: • If participant did not attend all or any portion of the class/program (forgot about class, moved and did not withdraw). • For Summer Camp, ActivKids, or Preschool because participant’s vacation, illness, for any other absence. • For returned or unused (new or used) uniforms or costumes. • For Enrollment, Administration, Registration, or Annual Fees; nor for Tickets. • For Punch Passes (that have no expiration date) includes Pool, Open Gymnastics, Open Baton. • For “Private” Recreational Packages: Personal Fitness Packages, Customized Private Swim Lesson Packages, Private Voice, Private Gymnastics Lessons • For trips ― no refund unless customer provides a replacement. If replacement is found, Service Fee will still be assessed to the original participant. • For Adult Athletic Leagues ― if a team chooses to drop out. • For events/activities under $5 ― money can be left on account.

Additional Notes: No prorated registration, enrollment, or administration fee for late registrants.


Celebrating Children & Adults with Special Needs

Community-Based Recreational Programs and Inclusion Services for Park District Programs

WHY SPECIAL RECREATION?

INCLUSION SERVICES

• All disabilities and ages welcome • Safe learning environment • Caring, dedicated, trained staff • High staff to child/adult ratio • Improves self-confidence • Provides socialization opportunities • Opportunities to establish friendships and gain social independence

Inclusion Services are designed to provide the least restrictive environment while providing the maximum opportunity to participate in regular park district programs. There is no charge for WDSRA support. To register for services, simply indicate that special accommodations are needed on the park district registration form. Two-week advance notice

• Programs that grow with your child

RECREATIONAL & SOCIAL PROGRAMS WDSRA provides fun, engaging recreational and social programs, trips and special events for children, teens, and adults with special needs. Programs are structured to allow everyone to participate at their own level. Through WDSRA each individual has the opportunity to grow personally, connect with their community and discover their potential. • Basketball

• Special Events

• Special Olympics

• Adapted Sports

• Music and Dance

• Overnight Outings

• Art and Drama

• Weeklong Trips

• Bowling

• And much more!

• Social Clubs

is requested for inclusion support.

VOLUNTEER/PART TIME STAFF We are always looking for volunteers to assist in all of our programs and at our events. Training is provided. Apply at www.wdsra.com.

BE A PART OF THE FUN! We are looking for people who are optimistic and enthusiastic. Flexibility. Training. Choice.

For details visit www.wdsra.com Join Our Team.

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


Meet Your Park Board of Commissioners 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 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.

Board Meetings

VISION Be known by residents as the best parks and recreation provider.

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. Check csparks.org for our current meeting schedule. Regular Board Meetings begin at 7pm at Fountain View Recreation Center, 910 N Gary Ave, Carol Stream.

MISSION

Enrich our community by fulfilling our residents needs for healthy, accessible, quality recreation activities, parks and facilities, and to be responsible stewards of our community resources.

VA LU E S

Fun Fairness & Equity Positive Attitudes Trust in Carol Stream Park District to Do Well Total Customer Commitment

COMMISSIONER

PRESIDENT

Brian Sokolowski

Jacqueline Jeffery (2011-2019)

(2001-2021)

COMMISSIONER

Brenda Gramann (2001-2021)

COMMISSIONER

Tim Powers (2007-2019)

COMMISSIONER

VICE PRESIDENT

(2003-2019)

(2011-2019)

Dan Bird

John Jaszka

COMMISSIONER

Tony Del Preto (2017-2019)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Jim Reuter

Facilities

Supporting the

GIVE THE GIFT OF RECREATION The Carol Stream Parks Foundation has a donation goal of $5,000 to support the Carol Stream Park District Scholarship Program. The Scholarship Program has financially assisted 52 families, 15 adult/seniors and 101 children.

Join us on Carol Stream Parks Foundation Facebook page for information, events and how you can support the Carol Stream Parks Foundation. Visit csparks.org/foundation/

Commemorate

Who We Are

a person, pet, event or organization

Make a Donation

Choose from a variety of wonderful trees. Each tree is $350 and includes:

The Carol Stream Parks Foundation is a nonprofit organization developed to financially support Carol Stream Park District Programs and Carol Stream Public Parks. The Foundation would like to help many more families and individuals in need of financial assistance. Please help us reach our goal! Your donation helps us reach our GOAL of $5,000 to the Scholarship fund and make a difference in your community.

Leave a Legacy

Including a gift of any size in your will is a way you can leave a legacy for your parks. For more information email us at csparksfoundation@gmail.com.

Dedication trees

Nursery quality tree. Custom dedication plaque at base of tree, and a dedication leaf placed on the Living Memories display located in the Simkus Recreation Center. Visit csparks.org or contact maryr@csparks.org.

Fountain View Recreation Center 910 N. Gary Avenue - 630-784-6142 Fitness - 630-784-6156 Registration Desk Hours Mon-Fri 9am - 9pm Sat & Sun 8am - 7pm Simkus Recreation Center 849 W. Lies Road - 630-784-6100 Registration Desk Hours Mon-Fri 9am - 9pm Sat 9am - 5pm Sun 9am - 1pm Coral Cove Water Park 849 W. Lies Road - 630-784-6130 Coyote Crossing Mini Golf 27W650 North Ave, West Chicago - 630-293-8374 Evergreen Gym 1041 Evergreen Drive Maintenance Facility 280 Kuhn Road Bark Park 280 Kuhn Road Dawn to Dusk

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849 W. Lies Road, Carol Stream, IL 60188 630-784-6100 • csparks.org

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Carol Stream Park District 2019 Spring Activity Guide  

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