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Manitowoc Recreation Department & Senior Center

Fall & Winter Activity Brochure 2016

Registration Begins August 15!

www.manitowoc.org/parkandrec


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Manitowoc Recreation/Senior Center 3330 Custer Street Office Phone - (920) 686-3060 Office Hours - Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Manitowoc Parks Department 2655 South 35th Street Office Phone - (920) 686-3580 Office Hours - Monday through Friday, 7:00 am - 4:00 pm Director of Public Infrastructure Director Dan Koski Recreation & Sr. Center Manager

Denise Larson

Recreation & Sr. Center

Penny Fabian

Recreation & Sr. Center

Melissa Franz

Parks Manager

Chad Scheinoha

Parks & DPW

Sandy Ronski

Parks & DPW

Sue Reilly

REGISTRATION INFORMATION Activities Participants may register online or by phone at (920) 686-3060 using a credit card, or in person at the Recreation Department Office, 3330 Custer Street, where all forms of payment are accepted. Facilities Reservations will be taken by phone at (920) 686-3580 using a credit card or in person at the Parks Department Office, 2655 S. 35th Street, where all forms of payment are accepted.


Athletics

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Team Fees: $197.00 Late Fee: $25.00

Basketball

FALL LEAGUE Wednesday or Thursday evenings The non-officiated leagues include divisions for average and above-average ability players. Men’s league players must be at least 18 years of age. League play will consist of 10 games, beginning the week of September 19. Manager’s meeting will be Wed. Sept. 14 at 6pm at the Recreation Office, 3330 Custer Street. Fall Registration: Mon, August 15

Registration Deadline: Fri, September 9

WINTER LEAGUE Wednesday or Thursday evenings The non-officiated leagues include divisions for average and above-average ability players. Men’s league players must be at least 18 years of age. League play will consist of 10 games, beginning the week of January 9. Manager’s meeting will be Wed. Dec. 28 at 6pm at the Recreation Office, 3330 Custer Street. Winter Registration: Mon, October 31

Registration Deadline: Fri, December 23

ROOKIE LEAGUE: Games will be played on Saturdays League is for players 14-18 years of age who do not participate on a high school or college team. The 10 game season begins January 7. Manager’s meeting will be Wed. Dec. 28 at 4pm at the Recreation Office, 3330 Custer Street. Rookie Registration: Mon, October 21

Volleyball

Registration Deadline: Fri, December 23 Volleyball Team Fees: $94.00 Late Fee: $25.00

The non-officiated leagues include divisions for average and above-average ability players. Players must be at least 16 years of age to participate in either league. League play will consist of a 10 match season. Couples Leagues: Monday evenings Men’s Leagues: Wednesday evenings FALL LEAGUE League play will begin week of October 3. Manager’s meetings will be held on Wed. Sept. 28, Couples 6:00pm; 6:00pm; Men’s 6:45pm at Recreation Office, 3330 Custer Street. Fall Registration: Mon, August 15

Registration Deadline: Fri, September 23

WINTER LEAGUE League play will begin the week of January 9. Manager’s meetings will be Mon. Jan. 2 Men’s 6:00pm; 6:00pm; Couples 6:45pm. 6:45pm. Recreation Office, 3330 Custer Street. Winter Registration: Mon, October 31

Registration deadline: Fri, December 23


Inst ctional / Athletics Archery

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Class Fee: $46.00 (Resident) $53.00 (Non Resident)

Take the skill learned in our target-style Archery Workshop to a whole new level with the club for ages 9 - 18. Participants will use state of the art equipment deigned to fit every individual. Archers will have an opportunity to practice and hone their skills, post weekly scores throughout 10 classes and participate in an end of the year club tournament. The club will be structured and follow the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). Range time will be held Mondays from 4pm - 5pm, Sept. 12th through Nov. 14th. After the first class, specific shooting times will be established.

Riflery

Riflery Fees: $34.00 (Resident) $40.00 (Non-Resident)

Designed for ages 8 to adult. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings at 5:30, 6:30 (& 7:30pm only if earlier classes fill) OR Thursday evenings at 4:30 & 5:30pm. Classes will be held at the Manitowoc County Sheriffs Dept. Range, 1025 S. 9th Street. Additional rounds may be purchased for $.50/ 10 rounds. Session 1—October 5— December 15, 2016 (no class Nov. 24) Session 2—January 4—March 9, 2017

Rifle Team

Team Fees: $68.00 (Resident) $80.00 (Non-Resident)

Fall/Winter team practice will be held on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm at the Manitowoc County Sheriffs Department Shooting Range. Rifles and shooting jackets are provided. Fee covers entire season, which runs October 6-December 15, 2016 and January 6-April 13, 2017. Please discuss with instructor at Riflery Class. (no practice Nov. 24) This is an invitation only team.

Jr. Lifeguard Training

Lifeguard Fees: $29.00 (Resident) $36.00 (Non-Resident)

Junior Lifeguarding is designed for youth 11 years of age, or who have completed 5th grade, through 14 years of age to build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes, and skills for future lifeguards. Participants are not required to master or perfectly execute skills. They will build stamina and learn techniques and skills utilized in the Lifeguarding Course, basic responsibilities of a lifeguard, and communication and decision making skills. Prerequisites: Front crawl 25 yds, with rotary breathing, breaststroke 25 yds, tread water for one minute. Submerge and swim a distance of 10 ft underwater, back float for 30 seconds, elementary backstroke or back crawl for 25 yds. Classes will be held at Wilson Jr. High School on Saturday mornings at 11:00am. October 1-November 19, 2016. (Class is 50 minutes in length.) Golf Clinic Fee: $22.00

Youth Golf Clinics

(Resident & Non-Resident)

This two day class is designed for ages 5-12 years & 13-18 years. Day one will be instruction on the driving range working on grips, swings, chipping and putting. Day two will put the skills learned into practice, by playing nine holes of golf on the course. Clinic includes instruction, medium bag of range balls, and nine holes of golf. Classes will be held at and provided by CNC Links, 4935 County Road C, Manitowoc. Club rental is available for an additional $4.00 fee for junior set (limited amount available) and $10.00 for an adult set. Clinic will run on Saturday, September 17 and 24. Golfers aged 5-12 years will meet from 8 -10 am. Golfers aged 13-18 years will meet from 10am-12pm. CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED.


Inst ctional/Fitess

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Soccer Fees: $35.00 One Day (Wed or Thurs) $65.00 Two Days Per Week (Wed & Thurs)

Indoor Soccer

Indoor pick-up games for coed players in 9th grade thru college-age. Coed on Wednesdays. Girls on Thursdays. 3:45pm—5:15pm for both. Season runs November 2, 2016 - March 8, 2017. (No class Nov. 23 & 24, Dec. 21, 22, 28 & 29) *Held at Citizens Park Gym

Swimming Lessons

Swim Fees: $29.00 (Resident)

Infant Aquatic Program Designed for youth 6 months to 3 years of age. A parent or adult is required to be in the water. Classes will be held at Riverview School on Monday evenings, October 3-November 21. Classes are 30 minutes in length and will be held at 5:15pm & 5:45pm. Tot Aquatic Program Classes offered for children 3 - 5 years of age. Parent/adult is required to be present, but does not enter the water. Classes will be held at Riverview School on Monday evenings, October 3November 21. Classes are 30 minutes in length and will be held 6:15pm & 6:45pm. Youth Swimming Swim lessons are offered to children 5 years and older. Classes will be held at Wilson Jr. High School on Saturday mornings, October 1-November 19. Level I is 30 minutes in length. All others are 50 minutes. Level 1: 9:00am or 9:30a

Level 2: 10:00am

Level 3: 9:00am

Level 4: 10:00am

Level 5: 11:00am

Level 6: 11:00am

Home Alone/Babysitting Classes

Class Fees: $38.00 (Resident) $45.00 (Non Resident)

This comprehensive class is designed for kids ages 9-14 years. Participants will learn winning ways to talk to young children. They will also learn information needed to handle emergencies, as well as CPR and AED. Safety tips, as children begin to stay home alone or with younger children, will also be covered. This is an eight hour class, which includes a lunch break (students bring own lunch). Class will be held at Manitowoc Senior Center/Recreation Department. Classes run 8:00am-4:00pm. *An individual email for each child is required for this class upon registration. Choose One: * Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016 *Friday, Dec. 9, 2016 *Monday, May 8, 2017

Adult Shape Up This is an all around fitness class with a mix of aerobics, interval training and kickboxing, with toning through stretching, basic Pilates and strength training using light dumbbells. Perfect class for anyone, with options and modifications shown for all levels. Classes are held Monday and Wednesday at Monroe Elementary Gym at 6:30pm. Session I—September 12-October 12 (10 sessions) Session II—October 17-November 16 (10 sessions) Session III —November 28-December 14 (6 sessions)

Session I & II Fees: $19.00 (Resident) $26.00 (Non Resident) Session III Fees: $11.40 (Resident) $15.60 (Non Resident)


1215 N 8th Street, Manitowoc 683-4685 or 686-3580 Sept 1 – October 31 Monday - Saturday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sept 1 – October 31 Monday - Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sunday 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Animals to See Gray Wolf Cougar & Lynx Asiatic Bear Prairie Dogs White Tail Deer Great Horned Owl Sandhill Crane Red Tailed Hawk Bison Dahl Sheep And more……….. Education Center Variety of Aquariums and Reptile Exhibits Big Red Barn Variety of Farm Animals

$1.00

Age 1 per Child 4&U nder

Saturday, Oct 29th ~ 1pm to 4pm A day of howling and ghoulish fun, trick or treating, games and activities for everyone! At the Lincoln Park Zoo

Jeff Kemp Investment Seminars are back again! Classes will be held at the Manitowoc Public Library in September. These classes offer information to help you make better choices and give you power with your finances and investments. Come to find out what’s new in the world of investing. If you are in your 20’s, 30’s, or even 40’s and you are not sure what to do when it comes to saving for your retirement, or if you are already retired and would like to know how to supplement what you already have, these classes are for you! Jeff will offer non-biased information on investing to help YOU. Call NOW to reserve your seat! 920-686-3060 Classes will be held at the Manitowoc Public Library in the Balkansky Room 6:006:00-8:00pm each night. Wednesday, Sept. 21st: 21st Mutual Funds and their hidden expenses Wednesday, Sept. 28th: 28th Index funds-an effective low cost way to invest in the stock market Wednesday, Oct. 5th: *NEW* How to build your own tax-efficient, super low cost investment portfolio These FREE classes are very popular and space is limited, be sure to register early! Call 686686-3060 to register. *Open to the public, ages 16 and up! Jeff has been honored by the President of the United Stares for his efforts to promote financial literacy and has received the 2013 Governor's Award for Financial Literacy. Check out Jeff Kemp online: Facebook.com/Adventures In Investing.

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3330 Custer Street, Manitowoc (920) 686-3060 Hours: Monday—Friday 8:00am—4:00pm

Health

Recreation

Blood Pressure…………....1st & 3rd Tue. at 9:30 am

Birthday BINGO…Last Mon. of the month at 1pm Breakfast BINGO……..………………...Fri. at 9:30am BINGO…………………….…………..….Wed. at 1:00pm Sunday BINGO……….……………..2nd Sun. 1:00pm Bridge……….Tue. at 1:00pm & Wed. at 12:30pm Canasta………………….….............Thur. at 12:30pm Cribbage………...Thur. at 1pm and Fri. at 1:20pm Dominoes…………..……….Mon. & Thur. at 1:00pm Hand & Foot ….………...Wed & Thurs at 12:30pm Hearts……………………...Mon. & Thur. at 10:00am Mahjong ………………………………...Wed. at 1:00pm Monthly Movie …………………..3rd Tue. at 1:00pm Mystic Moods Orchestra………..Wed. at 10:45am Pinochle………………………....……...Mon. at 1:00pm Scrabble…………….…………………...Fri. at 10:00am Sheepshead………………...Tue. & Thur. at 1:00pm Silver Memories Choir Practice……………………….. ………... every other Mon. at 1:00pm

Exercise

(*nominal monthly fee)

Advanced Tai Chi………….…..Mon.& Wed. at 2:55pm Beginners Tai Chi…..............Tue. & Thur. at 2:55pm Chair Yoga……………………….………...Mon. at 1:30 pm EZ Does it Line Dancing…….……...Thur. at 10:00am Functional Strength Class……….......Thur. at 1:00pm Line Dance Lessons…..….…..………..Wed. at 1:00pm Senior Shape Up……………....Tue. & Thur. at 8:45am Yoga…………….…….……………..Wed. & Fri. at 9:00am

Education Bible Study…………………….………....Thur. at 10:00am Insurance Counseling…….……....*2nd & 4th Tue am Legal Counseling………………*1st Fri. of each month Computer Lessons ……….…..*Thur. at 1 pm & 2 pm * By appointment only.

Services Provided Photocopies in office: 20¢/sheet (Black/White) Printed documents in library: 20¢/sheet Local phone calls: 10¢/call * No long distance phone calls please. Paper Shredder - no charge Maritime Metro Bus Passes: $25/month

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(check entertainment schedule for performances)

Skat…………………………..…..………..Tue. at 1:00pm Wii Bowling…………………..……...Daily 8am to 4pm

Crafts Caring Cards………………..….....Monday at 9:00am Ceramics *monthly fee……..…..Monday at 9:00am Senior Crafts ………...........…...Tuesday at 9:00am Tie Quilters………………………...Monday at 9:00am Wood Carving ……………...…..Tuesday at 9:30 am Watercolor Painting……........Thursday at 9:00am Weaving………………….............Tuesday at 1:00pm Creative Crafts Class………… *Tuesday at 1:00pm

Assist to Transport Tickets: $2/each one-way Nutrition site or add’l stop tickets 75¢/each

(*Additional class fees apply)

JOIN TODAY! OCTOBER 13 - $86.00 Member/ Non $101.00 Let Me Be Frank Production at the Meyer Theater “Rattle those Pots and Pans Mirro Style: NOVEMBER 17 - $67.00 Member / Non $82.00 Christmas Around the World Exhibit Museum of Science and Industry - Chicago DECEMBER 13 - $84.00 Member/ Non $99.00 “Christmas Remembered” Show at the Rosewood Theater in Delavan WI. Visit the Resort gift shop prior to the show. Lunch included.

Membership includes all activities as well as reduced costs for trips, special events and parties. Stop by for a tour of our facility.

Annual Membership Must be at least 55 years $24.00 for city residents $30.00 for non-residents

Lifetime Memberships Must be at least 55 years $100 city residents $130 for non-residents


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Looking for a location to host your next gathering? Check out our website to view facility fliers and to make your reservation online!

Lincoln Park Cabin 1

Lincoln Park Fieldhouse

Dewey St. Concession Stand

Red Arrow Open Air Shelter

Lincoln Park Cabin 2

Silver Creek Fieldhouse

Lincoln Park Concession Stand

Manitowoc Harbor Open Air Shelter

RESERVATION INFORMATION: Book online www.manitowoc.org or call (920) 686-3580.

Reservations are taken online, over the phone with a credit card, or in person up to one year in advance. Rental fees and deposits are due at the time of reservation. Additional fees apply for non-resident and weekend rentals. Cabins and fieldhouses are heated in winter.

Adoptable Areas Program The Adoptable Areas Program was created to give citizens an opportunity to volunteer in the City’s parks and other designated green spaces. It creates a powerful partnership between the citizens of Manitowoc and the Parks Division. Individuals or groups are encouraged to adopt an area for a period of one year and are expected to complete a minimum of two cleanups and to do monthly walkthroughs. One time volunteer projects are also available. More information can be found online at www.manitowoc.org or by calling the Parks Dept. at (920) 686-3580. Manitou Park

Memorials for Living A donation to the Park System is an investment in the quality of life for both residents and visitors to Manitowoc. The items listed below make an excellent gift for any occasion, such as an anniversary, retirement, Mother’s or Fathers Day, Earth Day, a memorial gift, or something for that hard-to-buy-for person: Fence pickets at the Henry Schuette Community Built Playground Trees - various species available with an engraved brick Benches Call the Parks Dept. at (920) 686-3580 for more information or visit www.manitowoc.org. • • •


Camp Vits Henry Schuette Park Indian Creek Park Lincoln Park & Conservancy Silver Creek Park Citizen Park Dewey Street Park Municipal Athletic Field Red Arrow Park & Conservancy Emma Radandt Park Fleetwood Park Halvorsen Park Lakeview Park Lincolnshire Park Rheaume Park Riverview Park Washington Park Westfield Park Silveridge Park Pulaski Park Riverview Drive Park Union Park Burger Boat Company Park Manitowoc Shipbuilders Co. Park Mariners Landing West Dale Street Park South 14th Street Parkland Calumet Avenue Wayside Park Little Manitowoc River Walkway Manitou Park and Conservancy Manitowoc River Walkway Manitowoc Senior Center Manitowoc Small Boat Harbor Memorial Drive Wayside Park North Lakefront River Heights Drive South Lakefront South Lakefront Wayside

LIST OF EXISTING PARKS

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Walking/Hiking Trail

Tennis Court

Pool/Beach

Soccer Field

Skateboard Complex

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Fleetwood

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Henry Schuette

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Indian Creek

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Lakeview

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Lincoln

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Lincolnshire

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Little Manitowoc River Walkway

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Manitou

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Manitowoc Small Boat Harbor

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Mariners Landing

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Mariners Trail Municipal Field

Rental Facility

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Emma Radandt

Halverson

Public Restrooms

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Dale Street Dewey Street

Playground

Outdoor Stage

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Camp Vits Citizen

Mountain Bike Trail

Mini Golf

Horseshoe Pit

Grills Available

Fishing

Dog Exercising ***

Disc Golf

Boat Launch

Basketball Hoop

Ball Diamond

Burger Boat

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Pulaski Red Arrow

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Rheaume

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River Heights Riverview

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Riverview Drive

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Shipbuilders

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Silver Creek

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Union Washington Westfield

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Dogs allowed in designated areas only & must be leashed unless signs indicate it is a dog run area.


2016 fall winter activity guide