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2013 spring summer

parks&recreation registration dates

Youth Baseball p.18 Youth Softball & Soccer p.19 Summer Day Camp p.25 Spring General Recreation p.20/25 Swimming/Pools p.12 Safety Town p.20 Youth Scholarship Fund p.8

Begins January 7 Begins January 7 February 16 February 11 April 22 May 22

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registration information .................................... schedule & policies .......................................... community room rentals .................................. field house/fitness center ................................. resident & non-resident field house passes ...... youth scholarship fund . ...................................

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ice skating ice schedule.......................................................... 8 ice skating fees..................................................... 9 skating passes...................................................... 9 birthday parties/ group and hourly rentals............ 9 ice rink special events.......................................... 9 learn to skate lessons........................................... 9 speedskating........................................................ 11 private lessons..................................................... 11 freestyle................................................................ 11 pavilion skating club............................................. 11 ice hockey spring travel hockey............................................. 11 open adult lunch sessions.................................... 11 summer hockey ................................................... 11 developmental hockey camp................................ 11 swimming 2013 pool fees & rates/annual passes................. 12 heights high indoor pool schedule........................ 12 cumberland pool schedule................................... 13 holiday pool hours................................................ 13 pool rentals........................................................... 13 spring learn-to-swim............................................. 13 summer learn-to-swim..........................................14 water aerobics......................................................16 deep water aerobics ............................................17 diving/synchronized swimming.............................17 sea serpents swim team.......................................17 cumberland gardening team.................................17 certification training ..............................................17 youth sports heights youth baseball.......................................... 18 girls’ softball ......................................................... 18 challenger baseball.............................................. 19 heights youth soccer............................................ 19 summer basketball league................................... 19 developmental sports camps................................ 19 teen outdoor basketball program.......................... 20 independent youth sports programs..................... 20 fall flag football and soccer................................... 20

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preschool spring egg hunt.................................................... 20 safety town........................................................... 20 preschool open gym............................................. 21 preschool tumbling............................................... 21 preschool ballet.................................................... 21

youth spring egg hunt.................................................... 22 ballet for kids........................................................ 22 self-defense/karate............................................... 22 tai shin doh/kuk sool won..................................... 23 tennis schedule of events............................................... 24 group lessons/fees/schedule................................ 24 competitive skills clinic for juniors.........................24 private lessons..................................................... 24 youth developmental tennis camp........................ 25 adult leagues........................................................ 25 racquettes............................................................. 25 summer fun day camp pavilion fun day camp........................................... 25 before camp child care......................................... 25 after camp child care............................................ 25 adult sports-softball, tennis, hockey................. 25 adult/special interest forest hill park nature walks.................................. 25 earth day run........................................................ 25 american red cross blood drives.......................... 26 hula hooping........................................................ 26 tai chi chuan........................................................ 26 belly dance........................................................... 26 mat pilates............................................................ 27 zumba................................................................... 27 fitness fusion........................................................ 27 kick combo........................................................... 27 a.m. body toning.................................................... 28 indoor cycling....................................................... 28 yoga..................................................................... 28 kuk sool won......................................................... 29 karate/tai shin doh................................................ 29 women’s self defense........................................... 29 adult & youth tai shin doh..................................... 29 jazzercize.............................................................. 29 cain park.............................................................. 31 senior programs excercise classes................................................. 32 art classes............................................................ 33 groups.................................................................. 33 drop-in-programs.................................................. 34 special interests.................................................... 34 computer classes ................................................ 35 activities registration/ID and pass application..... 37 parks and facilities map . .................................. 38 picnic shelter and field reservations ............... 39 employment opportunities ............................... 39 highlights .......................................................... 40 memorial day ceremony ..................................... 40


May 28 - September 22 Monday-Friday 9:00 am-7:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am-4:00 pm Sunday 11:00 am-4:00 pm (Closed Presidents’ Day, February 18; Easter, March 31; Memorial Day, May 27; Independence Day, July 4; and Labor Day, September 2)

For your convenience, there are four ways to register: 1.

ONLINE Registration available at www.clevelandheights.com, click on Recreation. You must have a current Cleveland Heights Recreation ID Card in order to receive your resident rate. You will also need to contact the front desk staff to get your Pin Number and initial Login ID. Note that if a class has already filled, you will not be able to register online.

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WALK-IN Registration will be taken at the Community Center during the office hours listed above. Walk-in registration is an option for most programs with the exception of Jazzercise.

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PHONE-IN Phone-in registration is only an option for some Senior Activity classes and general recreation classes (karate, creative movement, gymnastics, etc.) if the participant has a current Recreation ID card.

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MAIL-IN

Due to the digital ID card system now utilized by the Parks and Recreation Division, all registration must be handled in person until an individual obtains a new ID card. Once the new cards have been purchased, mail-in/phone-in/online registration can be utilized.

PAYMENT

Options include cash, VISA, MasterCard, debit cards, money orders or personal checks. (Do not mail cash). Checks should be made payable to the City of Cleveland Heights and should include your phone number.

ID CARDS

Cards are sold to Cleveland Heights residents only. ID cards are $5 each and include a digital photo (similar to a driver’s license). Each individual must be present to receive a card. Proof of residency must be shown at the time of purchase and can include one utility bill (or other piece of mail), in addition to a driver’s license or photo ID.

BENEFITS OF A RECREATION ID CARD - Use of the Community Center track, fitness center and basketball courts.* - Free use of our lighted tennis courts, our outdoor basketball courts and our skate park. - Use of 6 outdoor picnic shelters (permit needed at a fee of only $25). - Free use of the Cumberland wading pool. - Reduced rates for all Community Center classes, workshops, programs and field trips. - Reduced rates for public ice skating sessions and other skating programs. - Reduced admission for swimming and aquatics programs. • Reduced rates for tennis lessons and youth/adult sports programs.

*Note: Residents must first purchase an ID card in order to purchase a Community Center Field House Pass or to pay a daily Field House usage fee.

RECREATION HOTLINES (216) 691-7373 Community Center/Field House updates (216) 691-7385 Forest Hill Park/sports updates (216) 691-7383 Summer Fun Day Camp updates

registration information

PARKS AND RECREATION OFFICE HOURS AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER: January 2 - May 26 Monday-Friday 9:00 am-7:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am-4:00 pm Sunday 11:00 am-4:00 pm

(216) 691-7434 Ice Rink updates (216) 691-7390 Cumberland Pool updates

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schedule&policies

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE The Cleveland Heights Community Center and City Hall will be closed Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 18; Easter, Sunday, March 31; Memorial Day, Monday, May 27; Independence Day, Thursday, July 4; and Labor Day, Monday, September 2. REFUND POLICY Because the decision to maintain classes is based on the enrollment at the first class, no refunds are granted after the first class. Participants assume the risk of changes in personal affairs or health. Special programs, such as Fun Day Camp and one-nighters, are exempt from this policy and are dealt with on a case-by-case basis. Those entitled to a refund will have a $5.00 processing fee deducted. There is no refund for materials purchased. CLASS INFORMATION Every effort will be made to make up classes. However, the Parks and Recreation Division reserves the right to terminate a class with fewer than the scheduled number of sessions. Programs are subject to change in location and/or personnel. Non-residents are welcome to register for most programs but must pay a non-resident fee. The Parks and Recreation Division does not confirm class registration. We will make every attempt to notify you if a class is canceled or if your registration is received after a class is filled. LATE FEE A $2.00 per person late fee (per class) will be charged on all recreation classes after the first class date. Please understand that late registrations alter class sizes and change the scheduling of instructors. Classes will be canceled if there is insufficent registration, so please get your registration in early. DAY TRIP REFUND POLICY Due to reservations of chartered buses for our Day Trips and the limited number of spaces on our trips, the following Refund Policy has been established: two weeks before departure, 25% of total trip fee will be held; one week prior to trip, 50% of total trip fee will be held. INSUFFICIENT FUNDS CHECK POLICY No person shall issue a bad check to the City in payment of an obligation to the City which is returned by the payor’s bank marked “insufficient funds,” “payment stopped,” “account closed” or in any way is not a good check. If a check is returned unpaid, your signature gives the City of Cleveland Heights permission to debit your checking account electronically for the original check amount plus a service fee of $25. This does not preclude possible civil or criminal prosecution for deliberate acts of fraud. Payment by your check constitutes acceptance of these terms. Please make sure sufficient funds are available in your checking account to avoid any complications regarding this policy. PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED The Cleveland Heights Parks and Recreation Division is sensitive to the needs of the physically challenged and encourages participation of all individuals. All of our facilities meet handicap-accessibility requirements. NON-ENDORSEMENT POLICY Instructors hired by the Cleveland Heights Parks and Recreation Division are employed with specific talents in mind. However, the Division does not necessarily endorse the opinions or philosophy of the instructors who teach our classes or programs. AGE CLASSIFICATION/FAMILIES Preschool: Infants to 5 years old. Youth: Kindergarten through 5th grade. Teen: 6th through 12th grade. Young Adult: 18-24. Adult: 18 years or older. Senior Adult: 60 years or older. Family: adult head of household and his/her spouse or partner and dependent children occupying household 18 years of age and under. FITNESS CENTER/TRACK GUIDELINES You must be 16 years of age or older to use the Fitness Center and track. Youth 12-15 years of age may use Fitness Center and track accompanied by a paying adult/ guardian. Infants and toddlers are permitted in strollers or in infant front/back pack carriers on the inside lane of the track only. No infants or toddlers or youth under the age of 12 are permitted in the Fitness Center. WEATHER CANCELLATION POLICY The Cleveland Heights Parks and Recreation Division’s weather policy is as follows: when the Cleveland Heights/University Heights School System is closed, all child care programs and Senior Center activities will be canceled. All other activities will be handled on a case-by-case basis. HOTLINE NUMBERS In case of severe weather conditions, call the Cleveland Heights Parks and Recreation Division’s Hotlines for cancellation of programs. Community Center 216-691-7373, Sports Programs 216-691-7385, Summer Camp 216-691-7383, Cumberland Pool - 216-691-7390.

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community room rentals

Are you planning a party or hosting a business event/seminar for an organization? If you answered yes, then the Cleveland Heights Community Center is just the place to service your needs. Our Community Center has several rooms to accommodate your event, including a large activity room with a warming kitchen. Tables and chairs are also available for your specific function. Please feel free to stop in and view our rooms. If you are interested in booking a room, please call the Community Center at 216-691-7373. Please note the room capacity and fee structure listed below. Let the Cleveland Heights Community Center make your event be one to remember! COMMUNITY CENTER ROOMS

RESIDENT/CLEVE. HTS. NON-PROFIT*

NON-RESIDENT NON-PROFIT

SMALL ACTIVITY ROOM Maximum Capacity - 25 (Please note: volunteer coaches who are hosting teams may have the room two times a year).

No Fee: Meetings Only (up to two times per year.) Scouts, street meetings, etc. $25.00 per hour (parties where food is served, such as showers, graduations, anniversaries, etc.)

$50.00 per hour

ACTIVITY ROOM 1A & 1B Maximum Capacity - 50

$55.00 per hour ($110.00 security deposit)

$110.00 per hour ($110.00 security deposit)

ACTIVITY ROOM 7 Maximum Capacity - 150 Kitchen availability

$110.00 per hour ($220.00 security deposit)

$220.00 per hour ($220.00 security deposit)

NORTH ATRIUM Maximum Capacity - 50

$35.00 per hour

$70.00 per hour

SOUTH ATRIUM Maximum Capacity - 50

$35.00 per hour

$70.00 per hour

SAC MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM $150.00 per hour Maximum Capacity - 200 ($300.00 Security Deposit) Range from $150 to $230 per hour ICE RINKS (North & South)** Rink rentals are booked separately through the Rink Manager. Call 216-691-7395. SUMMER FIELD HOUSE (South Rink)**

Trade show: $250.00 per hour or $1,000.00 per day

$300.00 per hour ($300.00 Security Deposit) Range from $150 to $230 per hour Rink rentals are booked separately through the Rink Manager. Call 216-691-7395. Trade Show: $250.00 per hour or $1,000 per day

*Agency address must be in Cleveland Heights **For large events a $200 administrative fee may be charged.

NOTE: • Reservations with a deposit must be made 30 days prior to your event. • The individual who signs the contract must be present during the entire event. • Any resident signing on behalf of a non-resident agency will be charged the non-resident rate. • Resident who signs must give the check in his or her name. • Availability of rental space is subject to other events and programming being held in the facility and is subject to change or cancellation. • The Community Center must be vacated by the close of regular business hours. • Rooms cannot be rented for religious activities. • Rooms can only be scheduled for a group one month at a time. • No smoking or alcoholic beverages are permitted in the facility. • Cancellations must be received 30 days prior to your event in order to receive a refund. • No live animals are permitted in the facility. • The Community Center is unable to accomodate rentals for teen parties.

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FITTNESS CENTER/TRACK GUIDELINES • You must be 16 years or older to use the Fitness Center and track on your own. • Youth 12-15 years of age may use the Fitness Center and track accompanied by a paying adult/guardian. • Infants and toddlers are permitted in strollers or in infant front/backpack carriers on the inside lane of the track only. • No infants, toddlers or youth under the age of 12 are permitted in the Fitness Center. REGISTRATION DESK HOURS Stop at the main Registration Desk to: purchase ID cards and annual passes, register for programs and activities, and pay any admission fees. Desk Hours, January 2-September 22, 2013 Monday-Friday 9:00 am-7:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am-4:00 pm Sunday 11:00 am-4:00 pm GYM, TRACK AND FITNESS CENTER HOURS *Closed August 26-Sept 2, 2013 for maintenance. January 2-May 26, 2013 May 28-September 22, 2013 Monday-Friday 6:00 am-9:00pm Monday-Tuesday 6:00 am-9:00 pm Saturday 7:00 am-6:00pm Wed-Fri 6:00 am-8:00 pm Sunday 9:00 am-6:00 pm Saturday 7:00 am-5:00 pm Sunday 9:00 am-5:00 pm GYMS Open gym times for youth and adults are scheduled. Call 216-691-7373 for information. For sports leagues, exercise programs and other general recreation programs, check the specific activity sections of this brochure for program times and other information.


Resident / Non-Resident

Annual Field House Passes / 30 Day Passes / Daily Admission Use of the Community Center Field House (Fitness Center, Track and Open Gym) is available to Cleveland Heights resident adults and to students (through high school) who live within the boundaries of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District. Cleveland Heights residents must purchase a recreation ID card, which costs $5.00. Residents then have the following three options: 1. with an ID card, pay $6.00 per day to use the Field House (Fitness Center,Track and Open Gym), 2. with an ID card, purchase a Field House pass (see below), good for one year unlimited usage of the Field House or 3. with an ID card, purchase a 30-day unlimited Field House pass. Management reserves the right to confiscate membership card and revoke all privileges for misbehavior or misuse, including but not limited to, sharing membership cards (minimum 30-day suspension). Definitions: 1) Recreation ID card holder – Cleveland Heights residents only. 2) Family – Adult head of household and his/her spouse or partner and dependent children occupying household age 18 and under. 3) Youth/Student K-age 11; 12-High School or equivalent.

Annual Non-Resident Field House Passes / 30 Day Passes Adult non-residents 18 and over who: 1) Live within the boundaries of the CH-UH school district or 2) Have children in the Community Center Ice Programs or 3) Are employed within the boundaries of Cleveland Heights (must bring recent pay stub).

RATES: FIELD HOUSE ONLY PASS Youth K through age 11 Youth age 12 through HS or equiv. Young adult age 18-24 Adult age 25-59 Senior adult 60 and up Family

Annual Pass Resident / Non-Resident $ 84.00 / $126.00 $110.00 / $165.00 $165.00 / $248.00 $192.00 / $288.00 $ 99.00 / $149.00 $312.00 / $468.00

30 Day Pass Resident / Non-Resident $ 10.00 / $15.00 $ 18.00 / $27.00 $ 22.00 / $33.00 $ 26.00 / $39.00 $ 11.00 / $16.00 $ 42.00 / $63.00

Field House Guest Policy Field House pass holders may bring a non-resident guest (maximum of two) at a cost of $8.00 per guest.

COMMUNITY CENTER PASS (Ice & Field House combined) Youth K through age 11 Youth age 12 through HS Young adult age 18-24 Adult age 25-59 Senior adult 60 and up Family

Annual Pass Resident / Non-Resident $124.00 / $186.00 $154.00 / $231.00 $176.00 – $220.00 – $ 99.00 – $325.00 –

30 Day Pass Resident / Non-Resident $ 20.00 / $30.00 $ 26.00 / $39.00 $ 29.00 – $ 37.00 – $ 17.00 – $ 54.00 –

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Youth Recreation Fund Scholarships & Donations

apleaforhelp ...so that all cleveland heights children may play

The Recreation Advisory Board is asking for your help. Since its inception 12 years ago, the Youth Recreation Fund, a scholarship program administered by the Board, has provided over 2,000 deserving Cleveland Heights children the opportunity to participate in the sports and recreation programs the City has to offer. Over the years, children have learned to swim, skate, master a new sport, become part of a team and more. For some, without the help of the Youth Recreation Fund, that would not have been possible. However, the need for scholarships during these difficult economic times has become so great that the Youth Recreation Fund has been nearly depleted. We ask you to consider donating to this important cause. Please note that 100% of all donations go toward scholarships. Take a moment to remember what it was like when you hit your first home run or made your first goal. Or when you watched your own child develop her basketball skills and learn what teamwork was all about. Imagine the self-esteem and confidence building in a boy or girl as they work to achieve the next level in their karate class. You can help make that possible for a young Cleveland Heights resident. Donations to the fund are tax deductible and may be made to the general scholarship fund or to a specific activity. Donations for specific individuals are allowed, but they are not tax-deductible. Checks should be made payable to the City of Cleveland Heights and mailed to: Youth Recreation Fund, City of Cleveland Heights, 40 Severance Circle, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118

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ice skating Welcome to our twelfth season of year-round ice skating! Spring and summer activities include: learn to skate lessons, public and adult skates, as well as a summer figure skating school, youth hockey camp, drop-in adult hockey, and youth hockey practices/clinics. ICE SCHEDULE – Due to the numerous changes to the daily ice schedule between March and August, a complete schedule can not be printed in this brochure. These changes include: the transition from two rinks to one, hockey tournaments, holidays, Cleveland Suburban Hockey League Playoffs, and other events (listed below). Please call the Community Center or check online (http://www. clevelandheights.com/index.aspx?page=90) for up-to-date Learn-to-Skate schedules, monthly calendars which list dates, times, and additional rink information. Through March 10: two rink schedule March 11 - May 5: one rink spring ice schedule (North Rink only) May 6 - June 2: Closed for maintenance June 3 - August 11: North Rink summer schedule August 12 - September 15: Summer-to-Fall interim one rink schedule


ICE SKATING FEES Daily Skating Sessions Preschoolers accompanied by an Adult (limit 2 children per adult) charged only for skate rental. Youth (5-18) w/ID Card $2.00 Adults w/ID Card $3.00 Admission without ID Cards $5.00 Skate Rental $2.00 Miscellaneous Skating Fees Skate Rental Book (10 rentals) $16.00 Guest Admission Books (10) $45.00 ANNUAL SKATING PASSES Annual passes are valid one year from date of purchase. Pass holders are able to skate free (skate rental extra) unlimited public, adult, parent & tot sessions. Cleveland Heights Residents I.D. Cards $5.00 Valid one year from date of purchase Youth (K-11 yrs. old) $ 84.00 Young age (12 - high school) $110.00 Young adult (18-24) $132.00 Adult (25-59) $154.00 Senior Adults (60 and older) $ 66.00 Family $275.00 Replacement Pass $ 6.00 Non Residents Youth (K-11 yrs. old) Young age (12 - high school) Young adult (18-24) Adult (25-59) Senior Adults (60 and older) Family Replacement Pass

$210.00 $225.00 $250.00 $297.00 $150.00 $625.00 $ 6.00

BIRTHDAY PARTIES If your child is between the ages of 7 - 12 (parties are not recommended for children under 7), you may reserve the North Atrium for a small group (Maximum: 20 children) to enjoy your provided refreshments and skate on a public session. Please call for available days and times. The cost is $140.00 if reserved by a Cleveland Heights resident or $210.00 if reserved by a non-resident; the cost includes admission and skate rental. Reservations must be made in advance. GROUP AND HOURLY RENTALS If you have a rental request, please call Kelly Taylor at 216-691-7395 or email ktaylor@clvhts.com.

ice rink special event list: FEBRUARY Fri, Feb 1 Heights v Avon Lake 8:45 pm Fri, Feb 1 Brush v Twinsburg 9:00 pm Sat, Feb 2 Benedictine v Heights 5:00 pm Junior Lumberjacks v Pitt 8:30 pm Sun, Feb 3 Junior Lumberjacks v Pitt 1 pm Rink will close 7:00 pm Wed, Feb 6 Learn to Skate lessons begin Fri, Feb 8 CWRU v Pitts Greenburg 8:45 pm Mon, Feb 18 Building closed for Holiday Sat, Feb 23 Ohio Speedskating State Meet: 12:30 pm - 8 pm CSHL Playoff Games Sun, Feb 24 CSHL Playoff Games MARCH Sat, March 2 Cleveland Suburban Hockey League Championships 9 am - 1 pm Junior Lumberjacks v Michigan 5 pm Sun, March 3 Junior Lumberjacks v Michigan 1 pm Mon, March 11 One rink schedule begins Sun, March 31 Building closed for Holiday APRIL - AUGUST Mon, May 6 - Closed for maintenance Sun, June 2 Week of June 3 North Rink reopens Week of June 10 Summer learn to skate begins Thurs, July 4 Building closed for Holiday August 12 -17 CHHL Youth hockey camp 4:30 - 9:30 pm daily

learn to skate

Our Learn to skate levels correspond to USFS Basic Skills Standards. We offer Snowplow 1 - 3 & Super Tots for children ages 3 - 5, and Basic 1 Freestyle 6 for children ages 6 and up. If you have questions or concerns regarding the level of class your child should sign up for, please call (216) 6917434 and leave a message for Judy Gruehl. SESSION DATES AND FEES FOR GROUP LESSONS Session 4 (two rink schedule) Wednesday, February 6 - March 10 4 or 5 weeks Registration: begins January 28 Session 5 (spring one rink schedule) Wednesday, March 13 - Sunday, April 28 5 or 6 weeks Registration: begins March 4

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Session 6 (summer one rink schedule) Monday, June 17 - Sunday, July 28 5 or 6 weeks Registration: begins April 22 LEARN TO SKATE FEES** 4 weeks 5 weeks 6 weeks 7 weeks Resident w/I.D. Card $28.00 $35.00 $42.00 $49.00 Non-Residents $40.00 $50.00 $60.00 $70.00 **Price does not include skate rental. Each skate rental is $2.00; a book of ten rental tickets for $16.00 is available at the ice rink counter. Please understand that late registrations alter class sizes and change the scheduling of our Ice Professionals. REGISTRATION PROCEDURES There are two ways to register for group lessons: 1. Walk-in Registration Please see the Parks and Recreation registra tion office hours printed at the front of this bro chure. 2. Online Registration

REGISTRATION REMINDERS 1. You must present your I.D. card in order to re ceive reduced rates on lessons. 2. Classes canceled due to inclement weather can not be rescheduled. 3. Classes with insufficient enrollment may be can celed or combined with other classes. 4. It is important to register early to prevent cancel lations and to insure proper instructor to student ratios. 5. Registration will not be accepted after the sec ond class. 6. Although no make-up lessons are available for those who miss a lesson (please note: between 100 - 300 skaters participate in each learn-to- skate session), ask for Judy Gruehl or an instructor to help find a make-up option. A complete schedule of Learn-to-skate classes is available at the Community Center registration desk, ice rink counters, and online. Classes are once a week for 30 minutes. Each session has a different schedule but classes are available on both weekdays and weekends. PRESCHOOLERS (TOTS) LESSONS Ages: 3 - 5 yrs. old Classes offered: Snow plow 1, 2, 3, and Parent & Tots together

$ 5.00

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Any Learn-to-Skate Class Must Present At Time Of Registration Not valid with any other offers. Expires 7/1/13

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Note: Four or five lessons may not be enough class time for your skater to master the skills required to pass. It may take more than one session to pass all skills. We suggest bringing your skater to a public skate or two between lessons to practice or schedule a private lesson with an instructor to help your skaters chances of passing on the first try. Another option is to register your child for two classes per week, rather than just one, ensuring them more ice time and instruction. Note: Tots must wear knitted hats and mittens or gloves to all classes. Warm clothing is advised (but bulky “leggings� are hard to move in). The professionals would appreciate parents not giving their skaters gum or candy while on the ice and suggest parents sit in the bleachers during lessons. Double runners are not allowed for lessons. YOUTH LESSONS Ages: 6 - High school Classes offered: Basic 1 - 8, Freestyle 1 - 6 ADULT LESSONS Ages: 18 and over Classes offered: Basic 1 - 6, Freestyle 1 - 6


PRIVATE LESSONS In addition to group lessons, the professional skating staff is available for private instruction. A list of professionals is available at the ice rink counter or online. Please contact individual instructors directly. The cost of a 15-minutes lesson ranges from $9.00 - $15.00; additional ice fees apply. CITY FREESTYLE Skaters of all levels who want to develop their skating skills may skate during City Freestyle sessions for a $9.00 walk-on fee (monthly passes and punch cards also available). These sessions are for the more serious skater who is practicing jumps, spins, backward skating, moves, etc. A seven (7) session card may be purchased for $56.00. A monthly freestyle pass may be purchased for $120.00 (Recreation I.D. card holder) or $150.00 (all others). Private lessons can be taught during these sessions. Skaters must check in at the ice rink counter and pay before joining the session. A schedule of these sessions is available at the ice rink counter and online. PAVILION SKATING CLUB The Pavilion Skating Club (P.S.C.) is an organization developed to provide opportunities for skaters to continue building upon the skills learned in the City’s “Learn-to-Skate Basic Skills” program. P.S.C. is now able to offer year-round ice, as well as off-ice programming. The club caters to individuals who love skating and wish to continue building on their skill level as well as those who desire to achieve Olympic fame. If you have questions about figure skating or the Pavilion Skating Club, please email cluboffice@pavilionfsc.com and your questions will be answered promptly or check out their website: pavilionfsc.com.

SPRING TRAVEL HOCKEY (Mid-March through April) Each age level (Mites 8&Under, Squirts 9&10, Pee Wee 11&12 and Bantams 13&14) will field at least one team (a second team will be added at age levels where there is enough interest). Age levels are based on USA Hockey guidelines for the 2013-2014 season (players age as of December 31, 2013). Preferred maximum of fifteen players, plus a goalie per team. Prior travel experience preferred. Priority to Cleveland Heights residents and to C.H.H.L. participants from the 2011-2012 regular season.

ice hockey

SPEEDSKATING If you are interested in Learning How to Speedskate, please contact Barb Rosenbaum: 216-4019392 or barb@therosenbaums.net.Information about the Cleveland Heights Speedskating Club can be found on their website: ohiospeedskating.com.

FEES To the City of Cleveland Heights: $38.00 for residents with an ID Card / $53.00 for all others. To the C.H.H.L.: Fees will be based on the team entry fee at each level. Registration Procedures: Registration will begin Monday, February 4, 2013. Registration will be closed Sunday, March 3, 2013 or when team rosters are full. *Please note: Teams NOT to exceed 15 players. Contact Chris Kendel at 216-691-7347 or at ckendel@clvhts.com for more information. OPEN ADULT HOCKEY LUNCHEON SESSIONS Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on the North Rink. Admission with annual skating pass or by paying general admission. SUMMER HOCKEY PROGRAMS Look for a variety of summer programs, including the following: Youth & Adult Pick-up Hockey Sessions Adult Hockey Clinic CLEVELAND HEIGHTS DEVELOPMENTAL HOCKEY CAMP August 12-17 Head Instructor: Mike Bauman - Cleveland Heights Hockey League Coaching Coordinator Ages Levels: (as of 12/31/13) Mites (8& under) Squirts (9&10) Pee Wees (11&12) Bantams (13&14) FEES Cleveland Heights Residents: $60.00 C.H.H.L. Non-residents: $75.00 All Others: $100.00 *Please note: Cost of the Hockey Camp will be deducted from regular season fees for Cleveland Heights Hockey League Players.

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swimming

Registration for all spring indoor swimming programs including pool passes is now underway. Registration for the ‘Sea Serpents’ Summer Swim Team will begin Monday, April 1, 2013. Register at the Community Center. Registration for all outdoor swimming programs including pool passes will begin Monday, April 22, 2013. Registration for all fall indoor swimming programs will begin Monday, August 5, 2013. IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Cumberland Pool - 691-7390 Community Center - 691-7373 Chris Kendel, Assistant Commissioner of Parks and Recreation - 691-7347 2013 POOL FEES A current 2013 Recreation ID card (residents only) is required for use of the swimming facilities. Anyone using the pools, with the exception of preschoolers, must present their current 2013 Recreation ID card before entering the facility. Swimmers may take advantage of discounted rates on pool passes purchased on or before 6/7. 2013 SEASON POOL PASSES CLEVELAND HEIGHTS RESIDENTS ONLY

Indoor Passes (Spring Session) Student (K-12) $22.00 Preschoolers FREE (accompanied by a parent or an adult ID card holder) Adult (18-59) $28.00 *Family $65.00 Seniors (60 & older) $22.00 Outdoor Passes Purchased on/before 6/7 After 6/7 Student (K-12) $26.00 $35.00 Preschoolers FREE FREE (accompanied by a parent or an adult ID card holder) Adult (18-59) $36.00 $44.00 *Family $88.00 $99.00 Seniors $26.00 $35.00 (60 & older) NOTE: Pool passes will go on sale at ½ price on July 22

Indoor Passes (Fall Session) Student (K-12) $22.00 Preschoolers FREE (accompanied by a parent or an adult ID card holder) Adult (18-59) $28.00 *Family $65.00 Seniors (60 & older) $22.00

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Annual Passes (Valid for 1 Year from purchase date) Student (K-12) $68.00 Preschoolers FREE (accompanied by a parent or an adult ID card holder) Adult (18-59) $84.00 *Family $199.00 Seniors $68.00 (60 & older) *Family consists of adult head of household and his/her spouse or partner and dependent children occupying household, age 18 and under.

2013 CUMBERLAND POOL GENERAL ADMISSION RATES Student with ID card (K-12) $2.00 Adult with ID card (18-59) $3.00 Seniors (60 & older) $2.00 Guests $7.00 Preschoolers FREE NOTE: Preschoolers must be accompanied by a parent or an adult ID card holder. Guest Book $21.00 (book of 5) NOTE: Guest books must be purchased by an adult ID card holder. 2013 CLEVELAND HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL INDOOR POOL SCHEDULE Monday, March 18 - Friday, June 7, 2013 Monday-Friday 6:30-7:30 am - Adult Lap Swim Monday - Thursday 6:00-8:00 pm - Adult Lap Swim Friday 5:00-7:00 pm - Adult Lap Swim 7:00-8:30 pm Family Swim

Monday - Friday (beginning 4/15) 4:00-6:00 pm - Sea Serpents Monday & Wednesday 8:00-8:45 pm - Water Aerobics

Saturday 7:00-9:00 am - Adult Lap Swim 9:00-11:00 am - Sea Serpents 11:00-1:00 pm - Learn-to-Swim 1:00-3:00 pm - Family Swim

Pool Closed March 29-April 6, May 25, May 27.


CUMBERLAND POOL SCHEDULE Saturday, June 8 - Monday, September 2, 2013 Monday-Friday 6:45 am-10:00 am - ‘Early Bird’ Adult Lap Swim 10:00 am-8:00 pm - Adult Lap Swim 9:00 am-5:00 pm - Parent/Tot Swim 1:00-5:00 pm - Open Swim 5:00-8:00 pm - Family Swim 10:00 am-8:00 pm - Wading Pool Saturday 11:00 am-6:00 pm - Adult Lap Swim 11:00 am-6:00 pm - Open Swim 12:00-6:00 pm - Wading Pool 6:00-8:00 pm - Family Swim

Sunday 11:00 am-6:00 pm - Adult Lap Swim 1:00-6:00 pm - Open Swim 12:00-6:00 pm - Wading Pool *Cumberland Pool will go to a reduced schedule Monday, August 26 through Friday, August 30 Saturday, August 31 - Sunday, September 2 & Monday, September 2 Noon-6:00 pm

Cumberland Pool - Special Events Friday, June 28 - Family Fun Night - 5:00-8:00 pm Friday, July 12 - Learn-to-Swim Splash Party 5:00-8:00 pm Friday, July 20 - Carnival Night - 5:00-8:00 pm Tuesday, August 6 - Annual Water Show - 8:30 pm (rain date Wednesday, August 7) HOLIDAY POOL HOURS Thursday, July 4 (Independence Day) Cumberland Pool - 12:00-6:00 pm Monday, September 2 (Labor Day) Cumberland Pool - 12:00-6:00 pm POOL RENTALS Cumberland Pool is available for rental throughout the summer. Groups that wish to rent Cumberland Pool must consist of no less than 60% Cleveland Heights residents and must be sponsored by an adult resident with a current Recreation ID card. Reservations accepted beginning Tuesday, June 4 at the Community Center and will need to be approved. Payment must be paid in full at the time the reservation is made. Groups may reserve one date ONLY. Refunds will be given ONLY in the event of inclement weather. Day: Sunday Time: 6:30-8:30 pm Group size: 75+ Cost: $275.00

swimming & lessons SPRING LEARN-TO-SWIM Our Spring Indoor Learn-to-Swim program will consist of an eight-week session at Cleveland Heights High School. The pool staff reserves the right to test the swimming ability of any swimmer to ensure proper class placement and to limit class size or to combine classes. All classes and schedules are subject to change and/or cancellation. The following classes are based on a logical, sixlevel progression that helps swimmers develop their water safety, survival and swimming skills. Pre-School & Level 1 and Level 5 & Level 6 will be combined classes.

Adults / Teens & ’Tweens - Class Size Limit: 6 Designed for all older swimmers who cannot yet swim one length of front crawl with rotary breathing and tread water for one minute. If you haven’t passed the Cumberland Pool Deep Water Test, then this class is for you! All abilities are welcome. The class will be divided into groups of six. Day/Time Session Sat. 12:15-1:00 pm Spring (no lessons 3/30 & 4/6) Cost: $25.00

Date 3/16-5/18

Pre-School/Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills - Class Size Limit: 6 Helps participants feel comfortable in the water. Skills include blowing bubbles, bobbing, front and back glides and arm and leg movement on front and back. Students learn a number of water safety skills. Day/Time Sat. 11:00 - 11:30 am Sat. 11:40 - 12:10 pm Sat. 12:20 - 12:50 pm Cost: $17.00

Session Date Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6

Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills - Class Size Limit: 6 Give participants success with fundamental skills. At this level students begin to float and swim independently on their front and back. They will learn to roll over, change direction while swimming and begin treading water. Day/Time Sat. 11:00 - 11:30 am Sat. 11:40 - 12:10 pm Sat. 12:20 - 12:50 pm Cost: $17.00

Session Date Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6

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Level 3 - Stroke Development - Class Size Limit: 6 Builds on the skills in Level 2 through additional guided practice in deeper waters. Swimmers will learn front crawl with rotary breathing and elementary backstroke. Dolphin kick, scissors kick and diving are introduced and work continues on treading water and water safety skills.

Level Six - Swimming and Skill Proficiency - Class Size Limit: 6 Level 6 is designed with a focus on preparing participants for lifetime fitness and safety, as well as more advanced courses, such as Lifeguard Training and Water Safety Instructor. Swimmers will work on increasing endurance, culminating in a 500 yard swim.

Level 4 - Stroke Improvement - Class Size Limit: 6 Level 4 develops confidence in the skills previously learned. Swimmers will learn front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, breaststroke and butterfly. Diving, underwater swimming and treading water are taught. Water safety skills continue.

SUMMER LEARN-TO-SWIM Our summer Learn-to-Swim program will consist of three 3-week sessions. Classes will meet Mondays -Thursdays, with Fridays for make-up classes. The evening and Saturday Learn-to-Swim program is one 8-week session. Classes will meet Monday & Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings at Cumberland Pool.

Day/Time Sat. 11:00 - 11:30 am Sat. 11:40 - 12:10 pm Sat. 12:20 - 12:50 pm Cost: $17.00

Day/Time Sat. 11:00 - 11:30 am Sat. 11:40 - 12:10 pm Sat. 12:20 - 12:50 pm Cost: $17.00

Session Date Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6

Session Date Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6

Day/Time Sat. 11:00 - 11:30 am Sat. 11:40 - 12:10 pm Sat. 12:20 - 12:50 pm Cost: $17.00

Session Date Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Spring 3/16-5/18 no lessons 3/30 & 4/6

The pool staff reserves the right to test the swimming ability of any swimmer to ensure proper class placement and to limit class size or to combine classes when necessary. All classes and schedules are subject to change and/or cancellation. Learn-to-Swim Session Dates and Registration Session I - June 10 - July 27 - (Registration begins Level Five - Stroke Refinement - Class Size Limit: 6 Monday 4/22) Provides further coordination of strokes learned in Session II - July 1 through July 18 - (Registration Level 4. Shallow angle dives and tuck and pike sur- begins Monday, 6/24) face dives are taught. Front and back flip turns are Session III - July 22-August 8 - (Registration betaught and water safety skills are emphasized. gins Monday, 7/15) Evening & Saturday Session - June ?- August ? Day/Time Session Date NOTE: Please review each class for specific day/ Sat. 11:00 - 11:30 am Spring 3/16-5/18 date information no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Sat. 11:40 - 12:10 pm Spring 3/16-5/18 PRE-SCHOOL LEARN-TO-SWIM no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 Parent and Child Aquatics - Class Size Limit: 10 Sat. 12:20 - 12:50 pm Spring 3/16-5/18 Builds basic water safety skills for parents and no lessons 3/30 & 4/6 children, helping infants and children 6 months to 3 Cost: $17.00 years become comfortable in the water. Skills include adjusting to the water environment, showing comfort while maintaining a front or back position in the water and demonstrating breath control. Adults will be in the water with the children.

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Day/Time Tue. 5:15-5:45 pm Wed. 5:15-5:45 pm Sat. 11:15-11:45 am Sat. 12:00-12:30 pm Cost: $15.00

Session I I I (no class 7/6) I (no class 7/6)

Date 6/11-7/30 6/12-7/31 6/15-8/10 6/15-8/10


Preschool Aquatics - Class Size Limit: 6 Gives young children ages 4 and 5 a positive, developmentally appropriate aquatic learning experience that emphasizes water safety, survival and foundational swimming concepts. Skills are ageappropriate, helping participants achieve success, feel comfortable and safe in the water. Day/Time Session M-Th 10:00-10:30 am I II III M-Th 10:35-11:05 am I II III M-Th 11:10-11:40 pm I II III M-Th 11:45-12:15 pm I II III M-Th 12:15-12:45 pm I II III Cost: $30.00

Date 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8

LEARN-TO-SWIM The following classes are based on a logical, sixlevel progression that helps swimmers develop their water safety, survival and swimming skills. It is designed to give participants a positive learning experience. Teens & ’Tweens - Class Size Limit: 12 Teens and ‘tweens is a class designed for all older swimmers who cannot yet swim one length of front crawl with rotary breathing and tread water for one minute. If you haven’t passed the Cumberland Pool Deep Water Test, then this class is for you! All abilities are welcome. The class will be divided into groups of approximately six children each to maximize learning.

Day/Time Session Date M-Th 12:15-1:00 pm I 6/10-6/27 II 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 III 7/23-8/9 Cost: $30.00

Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills Class Size Limit: 6 Helps participants feel comfortable in the water. Introductory swimming skills include blowing bubbles, bobbing, front and back glides and arm & leg movement on front and back. Students begin learning to roll over in the water and learn water safety skills. Day/Time Session M-Th 10:00-10:30 am I II III M-Th 10:35-11:05 am I II III M-Th 11:10-11:40 pm I II III M-Th 11:45-12:15 pm I II III M-Th 12:15-12:45 pm I II III M/W 5:15-5:45 pm I M/W 5:50-6:20 pm I

Date 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-7/31 6/10-7/31

Cost: $30.00 Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills Class Size Limit: 12 Give participants success with fundamental skills. At this level students begin to float and swim independently on their front and back. They will learn to roll over, change direction while swimming and begin treading water. Continued emphasis on water safety. Day/Time Session M-Th 10:00-10:30 am I II III M-Th 10:35-11:05 am I II III M-Th 11:10-11:40 pm I II III M-Th 11:45-12:15 pm I II III

Date 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8

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M/W 5:15-5:45 pm I 6/10-6/27 M/W 5:50-6:20 pm I 6/10-6/27 Note: Monday & Wednesday evening classes are limited to 6 students Cost: $30.00 Level 3 - Stroke Development Class Size Limit: 6 Builds on the skills in Level 2 through additional guided practice in deeper waters. Swimmers will learn front crawl with rotary breathing and elementary backstroke. Dolphin kick, scissors kick and diving are introduced. Work continues on treading water and water safety. Day/Time Session M-Th 10:00-10:30 am I II III M-Th 10:35-11:05 am I II III M-Th 11:10-11:40 pm I II III M-Th 11:45-12:15 pm I II III

Date 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8

M/W 5:15-5:45 pm I 6/10-7/31 M/W 5:50-6:20 pm I 6/10-7/31 Note: Monday & Wednesday evening classes are limited to 6 students Cost: $30.00 Level 4 - Stroke Improvement Class Size Limit: 6 Level 4 develops confidence in the skills previously learned. Swimmers will learn front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, breaststroke and butterfly. Diving, underwater swimming and treading water are taught. Water safety skills continue. Day/Time Session M-Th 10:00-10:45 am I II III M-Th 10:50-11:35 am I II III M/W 6:30-7:15 pm I Cost: $30.00

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Date 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/23-8/9 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/23-8/9 6/10-7/31

Level Five - Stroke Refinement Class Size Limit: 6 Provides further coordination of strokes learned in Level 4. Shallow angle dives, tuck & pike surface dives, front and back flip turns are taught and water safety skills for yourself and others are emphasized. Day/Time Session M-Th 9:00-9:45 am I II III M/W 6:30-7:15 pm I Cost: $30.00

Date 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-7/31

Level Six - Swimming and Skill Proficiency Class Size Limit: 6 Level 6 is designed with a focus on preparing participants for lifetime fitness and safety, as Lifeguard Training and Water Safety Instructor. Stroke refinement and water safety continue. Swimmers will work on increasing endurance, culminating in a 500 yard swim. Day/Time M-Th 9:00-9:45 am M/W 6:30-7:15 pm Cost: $30.00

Session I II III I

Date 6/10-6/27 7/1-7/18 no class 7/4 7/22-8/8 6/10-7/31

Adults - Class Size Limit: 12 Designed for beginner swimmers who cannot yet swim one length of front crawl with retary breathing and tread water for one minute. If you have always wanted to learn how to swim then this class is for you. All abilities are welcome. Day/Time Sat 12:00-1:00 pm Cost: $30.00

Date 6/15-8/10 (no class 7/6)

special programs

WATER AEROBICS - Class Size Limit: 20 18 years & older. Instructor: Margaret Hall A vigorous 40-minute workout to help you get in shape this summer. All exercises are done in the water and incorporate cardiovascular work and calisthenics. Participants must be comfortable in the water. Heights High Pool Day/Time M/W 8:00-8:45 pm Cost: $48.00

Date 3/18-5/22 (no class on 4/1 & 4/3)

Cumberland Pool Day/Time Date T/Th 7:00-7:45 pm 6/11-8/8 (no class on 8/6) Cost: With Pool Pass $40.00 / With ID card only $48.00


DEEP WATER AEROBICS Class Size Limit: 20. 18 years & older. Instructor: Joyce Braverman Participants MUST be experienced swimmers. The workout is challenging and intense. It’s an alternative workout for lap swimmers. Participants must supply their own deep water belts. Cumberland Pool Day/Time Sat. 12:15-1:15 pm Cost: $28.00

Date 6/15-8/10

2013 CUMBERLAND POOL DIVING & SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING Diving and synchronized swimming have long been part of the aquatics program at Cumberland Pool. The coaches are committed to making the season both fun and challenging for each participant. This program will focus on skill development the first 1/2 of the season, while the second 1/2 works on light competition and preparation for the annual water show. The Annual Cumberland Water Show will be held Tuesday, August 6. The rain date will be Wednesday, August 7. Allparticipants in this program MUST have a season pool pass. Class size is limited to 12 swimmers per synchronized team and 15 divers per diving team.

Synchronized Swimming Ages: Youth (pre-requisite: must successfully pass the deep water test) Class Day/Time Date Beginner M-F 9:00-10:00 a.m. 6/10-8/6 Advanced M-F 8:00-9:00 a.m. 6/10-8/6 (no classes 7/4) Cost: $40.00 (Must Have Season Pool Pass) Cost includes team T-shirt Diving Team Ages: Youth (pre-requisite: must successfully pass the deep water test) Class Day/Time Date Beginner M-F 12:00-12:45 p.m. 6/10-8/6 Advanced M-F 11:00-11:45 a.m. 6/10-8/6 Advanced M-F 10:00-10:45 a.m. 6/10-8/6 (no classes 7/4) Cost: $40.00 (Must Have Season Pool Pass) Cost includes team T-shirt

CUMBERLAND POOL “SEA SERPENTS” SUMMER SWIM TEAM Registration begins Monday, April 1, 2013 Ages: (8&Under; 9&10; 11&12; 13&14 and 15-18)

Practice Schedule - Cumberland Pool Day/Time **Group Date Mon - Fri - 7:00-8:15 am Group 1 6/10-7/26 Mon - Fri - 8:15-9:15 am Group 1 6/10-7/26 Mon - Fri - 9:15-10:00 am Group 1 6/10-7/26 Cost: $46.00 - Residents w/Rec. ID / $63.00 all others eligible in the CH-UH school district. Cost includes T-shirt and swim cap ** Groups are based on swimmers age and/or ability. Contact Chris Kendel at 216-691-7347 or ckendel@clvhts.com for more information or to receive a registration packet.

CUMBERLAND POOL GARDENING TEAM A program designed for elementary school age children who have completed kindergarten through sixth grade to learn about sustainable gardening throughout the pool season. Day/Time Date Fri. 8:30-11:00 am 6/14-8/23 Cost: $20.00 Cost includes T-shirt CERTIFICATION TRAINING

Water Safety Instructor (WSI) Course Cumberland Pool Pre-requisite: students must be fifteen years of age in order to take WSI course. All students MUST attend all classes in order to be certified. Day/Time/Dates/Cost: To Be Determined Lifeguard Training Course - Cumberland Pool Pre-requisite: students must be prepared to take the water pre-test and show their proof of age. Students need to be 15 years old on or before the end of the course. All students MUST attend all classes in order to be certified. Day/Time/Dates/Cost: To Be Determined

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youth sports

ONLINE REGISTRATION available at www.clevelandheights.com, click on Recreation. You must have a current Cleveland Heights Recreation ID Card in order to receive your resident rate. You will also need to contact the front desk staff to get your Pin Number and initial Login ID.

ELIGIBILITY – YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUES Youth leagues are limited to students who reside in Cleveland Heights or within the boundaries of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District. HEIGHTS YOUTH BASEBALL Age levels (as of 4/30/13). Cutoff dates may be different for Travel Teams. Recreation League: Age 4, Ages 5-6, Ages 7-8*, Ages 9-10* *8-year olds may try out for 9-10 division Travel Teams will be provided for: Ages 11-12, Ages 13-14, Ages 15-16 Pre-Season Registration 1. Begins Monday, January 7. 2. Special in-person registration at the Community Center: Saturday, February 2, 9:00 am-1:00 pm Sunday, February 3, 12:00 noon-3:00 pm Monday, February 4, 6:00-9:00 pm Continued registration after February 4 - registration deadline is April 19. Call 216-691-7373 for information and a registration packet. Player Assessments at Forest Hill Park: Sat., April 6 *Ages 9-10 10:00 am-12:00 noon Ages 11-12 12:15-2:00 pm Ages 13-14 TBD Ages 15-16 TBD *Includes 8-year olds trying out for 9-10 Program Location/Games & Practices Location: Cleveland Heights Parks and Recreation fields and school fields Practices will be held in late April and May; both practices and games will be held in late May, June and July; starting dates will vary, based on age levels. Fees Pee-Wee T-Ball (age 4): $46 Cleveland Heights resident with ID card / $69 all others eligible in school district. T-Ball (ages 5-6) / Coach-Pitch (ages 7-8): $58 Cleveland Heights resident with ID card / $86 all others eligible in school district.

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Kid Pitch (ages 9-16): $75 Cleveland Heights resident with ID card / $115 all others eligible in school district. Scholarships available for eligible CH residents. Volunteer coaches and assistant coaches are needed. Contact Larry Shaw at 216-691-7260 or email lshaw@clvhts.com. Team sponsors also needed. Contact Jennifer Kuzma at 216-291-2854 or jkuzma@clvhts.com. Special Events/Highlights • Sponsorship for Youth Sports Teams • Veteran college coach Jay Murphy offers clinics and camps for players and coaches. • Summer Camps: June 17-21 and June 24-28 HEIGHTS GIRLS’ SOFTBALL LEAGUE Age levels (as of August 1, 2013). Cutoff dates could be different for Travel Teams. Ages 7-10 (slow pitch/coach pitch) Ages 11-12 (fast pitch travel teams) Ages 13-14 (fast pitch travel teams) Ages 15-18 (fast pitch travel team) Note: The Fast-Pitch travel teams play in East Side Leagues. Pre-Season Registration 1. Registration begins Monday, January 7. 2. Special in-person registration at the Community Center: Saturday, February 2, 9:00 am-1:00 pm Sunday, February 3, 12:00 noon-3:00 pm Monday, February 4, 6:00-9:00 pm Continued registration after February 4 - registration deadline April 19. Call 216-691-7373 for information and a registration packet. Player Assessment Saturday, April 6 at Forest Hill Park Ages 7-10 Coach Pitch No Assessments Ages 11-12 Fast Pitch 9:00-11:00 am Ages 13-16 Fast Pitch travel team tryouts TBA Program Location/Games & Practices Location: Cleveland Heights Parks and Recreation fields and school fields Practices will be held in late April and May; both practices and games will be held in late May, June and July. Fees $46 $69 $63 $78

Cleveland Heights resident with ID card (Recreational League ages 7-10) All others eligible in school district (Recreational League ages 7-10) Cleveland Heights residents with ID card (fast-pitch travel teams ages 11-18) All others eligible in school district (fast-pitch travel teams ages 11-18)


Volunteer coaches and assistant coaches are needed. Contact Larry Shaw at 216-691-7260 or email lshaw@clvhts.com. Team sponsors needed. Contact Jennifer Kuzma at 216-291-2854 or jkuzma@clvhts.com. CHALLENGER BASEBALL For ages 5-22 who are physically/mentally challenged.Fee: $23. Call 216-691-7373 for information and a registration packet. HEIGHTS YOUTH SOCCER – RECREATIONAL Location: Denison Park, Cleveland Heights Skill sessions will be held Tuesday evenings beginning the week of April 9. Games will be held on Saturdays, April 13-May 18 from 11:30 am-4:00 pm. Fees $32 Recreation ID card holder $48 all others eligible Instructor: Sean Sullivan, Heights Boys Soccer Coach Boys & Girls Grades K-1 (Separate leagues for boys and girls) 11:30 am-1:00 pm Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3 (Separate leagues for boys and girls) 1:00-2:30 pm Boys & Girls Grades 4-6 combined 2:30-4:00 pm Registration 1. Registration begins Monday, January 7. 2. Special in-person registration at the Community Center: Saturday, February 2, 9:00 am-1:00 pm Sunday, February 3, 12:00 noon-3:00 pm Monday, February 4, 6:00-9:00 pm Continued registration after February 4 - registration deadline is March 30. Call 216-691-7373 for information and a registration packet. Volunteer coaches and assistant coaches are needed. Contact Larry Shaw at 216-691-7260 or email lshaw@clvhts.com. Team sponsors needed. Contact Jennifer Kuzma at 216-291-2854 or jkuzma@clvhts.com. HEIGHTS UNITED SOCCER Preschool Soccer - Ages 3 & 4 Dates: April 13-May 18 9:30-10:30 am Location: Denison Park Cost: $50 Contact: Sean Sullivan at 216-849-4505 or www.heightsunitedsoccer.com for additional information. Heights United Soccer Academy Independent, Full-Day Soccer Camp directed by Sean Sullivan, Heights High Boys Soccer Coach and

Skills Instructor for the Cleveland Heights Parks & Recreation Youth Soccer Programs. Dates: June 17-July 19, 2013 Location: Oxford Elementary School Contact: Sean Sullivan at 216-849-4505 or www.heightsunitedsoccer.com for additional information and registration materials. SUMMER YOUTH BASKETBALL Separate programs for boys and Girls: • Both instructed by Heights High Coaches • Eligibility: Leagues - must reside in Cleveland Heights or within the boundaries of the CH-UH School District. Camps - open to non-residents as well. • Registration begins March 4. Boys Program: Located at the Cleveland Heights Community Center. Camp: June 10-14 Grades: 3-7 and 8-12 Fee: $120 Cleveland Hts residents with Rec ID (scholarships & multi-child discounts available). Includes summer league & camp. $150 For all others League: June 17 - July 26 Grades: K-12 Fee: $38 for Cleveland Hts residents with Rec ID (scholarships available) $61 For all others Girls Program: Located at the Heights High Main (south) Gym. Camp: June 10-14 Grades: K-8 Fee: To be determined. League: June 17-July 26 Grades: K-8 Fee: To be determined. Contact the Cleveland Heights Community Center at 216-691-7373 for additional information. DEVELOPMENTAL SPORTS SPECIALTY CAMPS 1. Each camp, except Ice Hockey, is one week in length, 9:00 am-4:00 pm each day, open to both girls and boys. 2. Camps are held at Parks and Recreation and other local facilities and are instructed by expe rienced coaches or former players. 3. Participants are responsible for their own trans portation, lunches, medical and other insurance. 4. Participants in each camp receive a t-shirt and an additional camp-related item. 5. ELIGIBILITY: Camps are open to all residents and non-residents. Priority registration is given to Cleveland Heights residents. 6. Reduced fees are available for multiple camp or children’s registrations.

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TEEN OUTDOOR BASKETBALL PROGRAM A supervised basketball program running June 10-August 23, Mondays through Fridays from 6:00-9:00 pm at Denison Park, Cumberland Park and Cain Park. For more information, call 216-6917373. INDEPENDENT YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAMS Several independent youth sports programs use Cleveland Heights fields. Such use does not constitute sponsorship or endorsement of such programs by the City of Cleveland Heights. East Side Kickers Soccer: Travel Soccer Program for ages 8-13 in the spring and fall at Denison Park and school fields. Contact Robbie Helfgott at 216-496-0568 or rhelfgott@eastside kickers.org. East Side Summer Soccer Camp: See Youth Sports/Soccer section for more information. Tackle Football and Cheerleading Programs: • Ages 6-14 July-October • Heights Tigers Michael Payne 216-326-6456 www.tigersyouthfootball.com ALSO THIS FALL: FLAG FOOTBALL ages 5-8 and YOUTH SOCCER grades K-6 ( and ages 3 & 4). Look for details in our 2013 Fall/Winter Brochure.

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preschool

preschool/youth

CAMP SCHEDULE Basketball for grades 3-7 and 8-12 - city June 10-14 ( See Youth basketball section) Baseball Make the Right Pitch Camps independent June 17-21 and 24-28 (see Youth Baseball section) Soccer Heights United Soccer Academy independent June 17-July 19 (see Youth Soccer section) Tennis for ages 9-18 - city July 22-26 (see Tennis section) Ice Hockey for ages 7-14 - city August 12-17 (see Ice Hockey section) (evenings only) Separate camps for ages 8 & under, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14

NOTE: ALL DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE Families with more than one person enrolled in the same general recreation class will be eligible for the family discount. The first person in the same class will pay full price and a $10.00 discount for each additional family member in the same class. (Family definition - Adult head of household and his/her spouse or partner and dependent children occupying same household age 18 and under.)

OOPS! We canceled it the program because we didn’t know you were coming! Sometimes excellent courses are canceled when too many people wait until the last minute to register. Please avoid disappointment and try to register as soon as possible or at least one week before the course begins. SPRING EGG HUNT The City of Cleveland Heights will hold the Annual Spring Egg Hunt for children ages 1-9 will be held Saturday, March 23, at 10:00 a.m. (SHARP!) in the Forest Hill Park Meadow (near the playground). The event is Free! Children should wear old clothes and boots (in case of inclement weather) and must bring their own bags or egg baskets. Registration deadline is March 22. Please bring a nonperishable food item to be donated to the Heights Emergency Food Center. To register, please call (216) 691-7373. (Please note that if the weather is severe the day of the hunts, the program may be moved to the Forest Hill Tennis Courts or move inside the Community Center. Call 216-691-7373 the day of the event for information). SAFETY TOWN Safety Town, traffic safety program sponsored by the Cleveland Heights Division of Parks and Recreation, is open to children who will be attending kindergarten in the fall and who live in Cleveland Heights or within the boundaries of the CH-UH School district. Each session runs from Monday Thursday and is limited to 20 children on a firstcome, first serve basis. Safety Town will be held at the Cleveland Heights Community Center at One Monticello Boulevard. Mass registration will take place at Cleveland Heights City Hall, 40 Severance Circle (lower level) on Wednesday, May 22, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. No early registration will be accepted. There is a $25.00 charge for this program (Please pay with cash or check - sorry no credit cards). Please call (216) 291-2323 for class information and dates.


PRESCHOOL OPEN GYM Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Supervised by: Staff Parents and little one’s (ages 1-5 years) come to the Community Center for our open gym. Parents will interact with their child with a variety of equipment. The program will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00 am - 11:00 am in our gymnasium. Parents or guardians must stay with their child(ren). (Please no food or drink in the gym, and during inclement weather children and parents need to change shoes.) For Cleveland Heights and University Heights families. Day: Tuesday & Friday Mornings Start Date: Ongoing - will finish March 22 Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am Location: Community Center Gymnasium Cost: $ 5.00 for the family for one time $ 20.00 for a 6 class pass

appropriate activities capitalize on your child’s playful, imaginative nature. Ideal for both boys and girls. This class prepares children for the next age development level of Ballet for Kids (daytime class) or Ballet for School Age Kids (evening class). Class participants must be potty-trained. Loose fitting comfortable clothes are OK for a start, but plain leotards, tights and ballet shoes are preferred. No skirts or tutus. OBSERVATION DAY for parents and friends is the last class of each session. Day: Thursday Dates: Spring Code 11243 April 11 - May 9 (5 classes) Dates: Summer Code 11248 May 23 - June 20 (5 classes) Time: 6:15 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $32.00 Others: $37.00

PRESCHOOL TUMBLING Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Pia Alesci Ages 3-4 (MUST BE 3 YRS OLD TO JOIN THE CLASS) This class will help preschoolers learn the basics of tumbling movements and body awareness. Strength and stretching skills will round out this primer to acrobatics. Fitted clothes for girls and sweats for boys. Girls’ hair should be fastened back. Ballet shoes, tread socks or acro shoes. Children must be potty trained. Parents are invited to observe the final class of each session. Day: Monday Dates: Spring Code 11250 March 11 - April 22 (no class 3/25&4/1) (5 classes) Dates: Summer Code 11251 May 6 - June 10 (no class 5/27) (5 classes) Time: 2:15 - 2:45 p.m. Location: Room 7 Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $32.00 Others: $37.00

PRESCHOOL BALLET “LITTLE DANCER” LEVEL 1 Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA. Instructed by Pia Alesci The “Little Dancers” ages 3-4 (MUST BE 3 YRS OLD TO JOIN THE CLASS) will enjoy an introduction to the basics of ballet and coordination awareness, in a playful and imaginative atmosphere. Children should wear plain leotards, tights and ballet shoes. Class participants must be pottytrained. No skirts or tutus please. Parent Observation Day is the last class of each session. Day: Mondays Dates: Spring Code 11240 March 11 - April 22 (no class 3/25 & 4/1) (5 classes) Dates: Summer Code 11245 May 6 - June 10 (no class 5/27) (5 classes) Time: 1:15 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $32.00 Others: $37.00

EVENING PRESCHOOL BALLET Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Victor Lucas Ages 3-5. Children express themselves with dance, a wonderful tool for developing their physical skills, creativity and coordination. Age-

PRESCHOOL BALLET “LITTLE DANCERS” LEVEL 2 Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA. Instructed by Pia Alesci Ages 3-4 (MUST BE 3 YRS OLD TO JOIN THE CLASS) Previous experience required, and permission into class to be determined by the instruc-

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tor. Basic skills will be developed with a focus on fine motor skills and alignment along with some “new basics.” Parent observation will be held during the last class of the session. Class participants must be potty-trained. Children should wear ballet shoes, plain leotards and tights, no skirts or tutus please. Girls’ hair should be fastened back. Day: Mondays Dates: Spring Code 11241 March 11 - April 22 (no class 3/25 & 4/1) (5 classes) Dates: Summer Code 11246 May 6 - June 10 (no class 5/27) (5 classes) Time: 12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $32.00 Others: $37.00

youth NOTE: ALL DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE 0See page 20 for details. SPRING EGG HUNT See page 20 for details. BALLET FOR KIDS Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Pia Alesci ( ages 5-6 years) Class will introduce and develop basic ballet skills for children’s ages 5-6. Motor skills and body coordination-awareness are developed in a fun yet focused atmosphere. Children need to wear plain leotards, tights, and ballet shoes. No skirts or tutu’s please. Day: Wednesday Dates: Spring Code 11254 March 20 - May 1 (no class 4/3) (6 classes) Dates: Summer Code 11258 May 15 - June 19 (6 classes) Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $38.00 Others: $44.00

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EVENING BALLET FOR SCHOOL AGE KIDS Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Victor Lucas Ages 6-8. Ballet barre exercises and jumping and turning movements across the floor in an age-appropriate class. Lay the foundation for a lifetime of grace and poise. Plain leotards, tights and ballet shoes. No skirts or tutus. OBSERVATION DAY for parents and friends is the last class of each session. Day: Thursday Dates: Spring Code 11252 April 11 - May 9 (5 classes) Dates: Summer Code 11256 May 23 - June 20 (5 classes) Time: 7:05 p.m. – 8:05 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $32.00 Others: $37.00 YOUTH - BEGINNERS SELF-DEFENSE / KARATE Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: David Jones, 5th Degree Black Belt; 2nd Degree Black Belt Sanford Doss Jr, and the 1st Degree Black Belt team. Children ages 7-12 can develop self-confidence, self-discipline, physical fitness and self-defense techniques. The course will follow the original style of Tai Shin Doh. This course is for children with little or no previous experience and/or achieved a yellow belt; credit can be earned toward belt advancement. Day: Saturday Dates: Spring Code 11261 March 9 - June1 (no class 3/30,4/6 & 5/25) (10 classes) Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 p.m. Location: Activity Room 7 Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID Field House Pass: $63.00 Others: $73.00 YOUTH - ADVANCED SELF- DEFENSE / KARATE Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: David Jones, 5th Degree Black Belt; 2nd Degree Black Belt Sanford Doss Jr, and the 1st Degree Black Belt team. For children ages 7-12 and who have achieved a orange belt or above. Same basic curriculum as the Beginners class. Day: Saturday


Dates: Time: Location: Cost:

Spring Code 11262 March 9 - June1 (no class 3/30,4/6 & 5/25) (10 classes) 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Activity Room 7 Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $63.00 Others: $73.00

YOUTH & ADULT TAI SHIN DOH SUMMER WORKOUT Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA. Instructed by: David Jones, 5th Degree Black Belt; 2nd Degree Black Belt Sanford Doss Jr, and the 1st Degree Black Belt team. For adults who are already in our programs Coed Tai Shin Doh or Women’s Self Defense, and the advanced youth Tai Shin Doh students who have achieved yellow belt or above. Day: Friday Dates: Summer Code 11279 June 14 - July 26 (no class 7/5) (6 classes) Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Location: Community Center Room 7 Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $42.00 Others: $48.00 MINI KIDS KUK SOOL WON ™ (WKSA) The Traditional Martial Arts & Self Defense System of Korea. Geared for developmental ages 5 & 6 years. Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with VISA or M/C Robert Carson, 5th Degree Master/Instructor w/ 47 years of MA experience, Dee Marsky 2nd Degree, and the 1st Degree Black Belt team. KSW is a comprehensive self-defense system that guides and develops a child towards positive self esteem, increased confidence, leadership skills, focus and concentration that improves school performance; we create discipline and respect with preparation for self protection and to face life’s challenges. Class includes: Body Awareness, principles of rolling, tumbling, balance, protection falling, and acrobatics (e.g.. Cartwheels). Plus, basic kicking, blocking, punching and a multitude of everyday practical self-defense skills. KSW involves incidental bodily contact. Wear loose clothing (no jeans). Mini kids class students can work towards earning a belt and promotion after joining The World Kuk Sool Association ® Class enrollment is limited. Register early to avoid disappointment. Days: Tuesday & Thursday Dates: Spring 1 Code 11260 March 5 - April 16

Dates: Dates: Dates: Time: Location: Cost:

(no class 3/26, 4/2 & 4/8)(10 classes) Spring 2 Code 11264 April 23 - May 23 (10 classes) Summer 1 Code 11280 June 4 - July 9 (no class 7/4)(10 classes) Summer 2 Code 11282 July 16 - Aug 15 (10 classes) 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. Tue. Activity Room 7 & TH Senior Ctr. Multipurpose Rm Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $32.00 Others: $37.00

KUK SOOL WON ™ (WKSA) The Traditional Martial Arts & Self Defense System of Korea. Youth Class: Ages 7-13. Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Robert Carson, 5th Degree Master/Instructor w/ 47 years of MA experience, Dee Marsky 2nd Degree, and the 1st Degree Black Belt team. KSW is a comprehensive self-defense system that helps to guide and develop students toward leadership skills, increased focus, memory, and concentration which improves school performance, we instill confidence, discipline, & respect, preparing them for self protection and life’s challenges. Class includes: Meditation and Ki breathing, safety falling and acrobatics, throwing, grappling, pressure points, kicking, blocking, and punching and multiple practical self defense skills making them “street smart.” Wear loose clothing (no jeans). Students can work towards earning a belt and promotion after joining The World Kuk Sool Association ®. Class enrollment is limited. Days: Tuesday & Thursday Dates: Spring 1 Code 11265 March 5 - April 16 (no class 3/26, 4/2 & 4/8)(10 classes) Dates: Spring 2 Code 11266 April 23 - May 23 (10 classes) Dates: Summer 1 Code 11281 June 4 - July 9 (no class 7/4)(10 classes) Dates: Summer 2 Code 11283 July 16 - Aug 15 (10 classes) Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Location: Tuesday-Activity Room 7 & Thursday Sr. Ctr. Multipurpose Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $58.00 Others: $68.00

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BASIC INFORMATION AND SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Cleveland Heights offers six lighted courts each at Cain, Denison and Forest Hill Parks. Open play is available to all residents and their guests at no charge, provided indivduals have a valid Cleveland Heights Recreation ID card. Throughout the season, many programs and activities are planned for the community. Check the tennis court bulletin boards for upcoming events. 2013 Calendar of Tennis Activities May 6 One, Two, Three Tennis Adult Beginner Program starts June 10 Tennis lessons begin July 22-26 Developmental Youth Camp GROUP LESSONS FORMAT • Group lessons are offered for all age groups— from tots (ages 4-6) to seniors (ages 55 and up). •Beginner, advanced beginner, and intermediate instruction levels are offered for most age levels. •The USTA Quickstart program is used for beginner tots and youth with smaller rackets and nets and special balls to make learning tennis easier and more fun. •The session is six weeks in length with lessons scheduled from Mondays through Thursdays, with Fridays as a make-up day. LESSON FEES: JUNE 10-JULY 19 GROUP AGES ID HOLDERS Tots 4-6 $28.00 Youth 7-12 $36.00 Teens 13-17 $36.00 Adults 18 & up $49.00 Seniors 55 & up $25.00

OTHERS $41.00 $49.00 $49.00 $63.00 $32.00

COMPETITIVE SKILLS CLINIC FOR JUNIORS Fee: $63.00 ID Holders $88.00 others in school district M/W/F or T/TH/F 1:00-3:00 pm Basic tennis skills are required & this program offers high level instruction and supervised match play in order to introduce and develop the skills you need to compete on your school team or in tournaments. Middle school and high school players of all levels are encouraged to attend this intensive clinic aimed at taking your game to the next level.

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GROUP TENNIS LESSONS SCHEDULE CP = Cain Park, DP = Denison Park, FHP = Forest Hill Park PLACE TOTS: CP CP CP CP CP YOUTH: CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP

DAY

TIME

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10:00-11:00 am 11:00 am-12:00 noon 11:00 am-12:00 noon 10:00-11:00 am 11:00 am-12:00 noon

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M/W M/W T/TH T/TH T/TH T/TH TUE M/W T/TH T/TH

10:00-11:00 am 11:00 am-12 noon 9:00-10:00 am 10:00-11:00 am 10:00-11:00 am 11:00 am-12:00 noon 6:00-7:30 pm 11:00 am-12:00 noon 11:00 am-12:00 noon 12:00 noon-1:00 pm

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TEENS: CP M/W CP WED CP M/W/F CP T/TH/F

CLASS

12:00 noon-1:00 pm Beg. 6:00-7:30 pm Beg. 1:00-3:00 pm Junior Skills Clinic 1:00-3:00 pm Junior Skills Clinic

ADULTS: FH M/TH 7:30-8:30 pm* Beg. CP M/W 9:00-10:00 am Adv. Beg. CP WED 7:30-9:00 pm Adv. Beg. CP TUE 7:30-9:00 pm Inter. *USTA One, Two, Three Tennis Program – see special section For Beginner Adults SENIORS FH

T/TH

9:00-10:00 am

Beg.

PRIVATE LESSONS The City maintains a list of instructors available to provide private lessons. Call 216-691-7373 for assistance in contacting an instructor and setting up private lessons. ONE, TWO, THREE TENNIS PROGRAM As part of our lesson program, we work with the USTA to offer its One, Two, Three Tennis Program for new adult players. The program will be offered in three levels at Forest Hill Park. Level 1 – Lessons Mondays & Thursdays, May 6-23, 7:30-8:30 pm Level 2 – Lessons & Match Play Mondays, June 3-July 8, 7:30-8:30 pm


YOUTH DEVELOPMENTAL TENNIS CAMP Ages 9-18 July 22-26 Through daylong activities, a fun, intense environment is created to develop your tennis skills. Camp activities include drill stations, team play, tournament matches and individual evaluation reports. Also, each participant will receive a camp t-shirt and a hooded sweatshirt. Sign up early, since demand is high for this excellent camp. In the event of prolonged rain, tennis-related activities will be provided; the camp dates cannot be extended. Cost: Recreation ID Holder $120.00 / All Others: $150.00. $20.00 discount for multiple camps or additional children. ADULT LEAGUES Adult tennis enthusiasts can have the opportunity to participate against other club or community teams throughout the area. Cleveland Heights provides courts for various teams competing in several local programs. USTA and NEO Recreation Leagues stage competitions from late May through August. Contact Larry Shaw at 216-691-7260 for names and phone numbers of team captains. RACQUETTES This long-standing recreational league for experienced women players focuses on doubles action. Round Robin or Fun Days are planned. The group meets at Cain Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:00 am beginning June 11. A fee of $36.00 is charged for Recreation ID Holders and $46.00 for all others ($18.00/$23.00 for seniors).

adult sports SUMMER SOFTBALL Our summer Men’s, Women’s and Coed Softball Leagues are currently being organized. League play begins the week of April 22. Interested teams or players should call Larry Shaw at 216-691-7260. TENNIS & ICE HOCKEY See these specific sections in this brochure for available programs.

PAVILION FUN DAY CAMP Summer 2013 (Grades K-5) REGISTRATION: 2012 participants may register Saturday, February 16, 9:00-11:00 am. After 11:00 am, all others may register until the program is filled. The Day Camp is designed for children entering grades K-5 (as of Fall 2013). Camp activities include swimming, arts and crafts, special events and lots more fun! Maximum of 100 children per session. Discounts are available for a second and third child per family. Parent Orientation will be on June 6. Camp will be held at the Community Center.

summer fun day camp

Level 3 – Team Play Mondays, July 16-August 5, 7:30-8:30 pm (for registrants in Level 1 and/or Level 2 only). Cost per level: $48.00 for Recreation ID Card Holders, $58.00 for all others. Level 1 and 2 only – no charge for Level 3.

Session I: June 10-June 28 (3 weeks) 9:00 am-4:00 pm Session II: July 1-July 19 (3 weeks) (no camp July 4) 9:00 am-4:00 pm Both Sessions: June 10-July 19 (6 weeks) (no camp July 4) Cost per 3-Week Session 1st Child in Family Rec ID Holders $356.00 All others $444.00 Cost per 6-Week Session 1st Child in Family Rec ID Holders $680.00 All others $854.00 BEFORE-CAMP CHILD CARE Summer 2013 (Grades K-5) Session I: June 10-June 28 (3 weeks) 7:30-9:00 am Session II: July 1-July 19 (3 weeks) (no camp July 4) 7:30-9:00 am Both Sessions: June 10-July 19 (6 weeks) (no camp July 4) 7:30-9:00 am Cost per 3-Week Session 1st Child in Family Rec ID Holders $114.00 All others $155.00 Cost per 6-Week Session 1st Child in Family Rec ID Holders $221.00 All others $300.00 AFTER-CAMP CHILD CARE Summer 2013 (Grades K-5) Session I: June 10-June 28 (3 weeks) 4:00-6:00 pm Session II: July 1-19 (3 weeks) (no camp July 4) 4:00-6:00 pm Both Sessions: June 10-July 19 (6 weeks) (no camp July 4) 4:00-6:00 pm Cost per 3-Week Session 1st Child in Family Rec ID Holders $114.00 All others $155.00 Cost per 6-Week Session 1st Child in Family Rec ID Holders $221.00 All others $300.00

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AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE The American Red Cross will hold blood drives here at the Community Center. Special Type O&B Drives are scheduled here at our Community Center in our South Atrium. Please mark your calendars. Give Blood - The Gift of Life. Please call 1-800-GIVELIFE to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins will be taken as schedule permits. Time: 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm in the South Atrium Dates: March 4, May 6, July 1, & Sept. 9

OOPS! We canceled it the program because we didn’t know you were coming! Sometimes excellent courses are canceled when too many people wait until the last minute to register. Please avoid disappointment and try to register as soon as possible or at least one week before the course begins.

HULA HOOPING FUN & FIT Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Gerri McCully For ages 16 and up! Hula-hoop Fitness is a fun new workout that is too fun to be exercise. It integrates dance and movement with weighted hula hoops that will tone the major muscle groups, burn calories and leave you feeling happy and energized. Hooping promotes weight loss, tones abdominal muscles, strengthens the core, increases flexibility, energy, relieves stress, relaxes the mind, promotes creativity and self-expression. Participants need to bring their own 1.5 lb hula hoop and a spillproof water bottle. Please wear close fitting nonbulky workout clothes (so the hoop is able to freely flow around the body) and gym shoes. (For a hula hoop fitting and purchase call Gerri McCully (216) 214-6234 or gerrimc@hoopinghipsOhio.com.)

adult/special interest

NOTE: ALL DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE Families with more than one person enrolled in the same general recreation class will be eligible for the family discount. The first person in the same class will pay full price and a $10.00 discount for each additional family member in the same class. (Family definition - Adult head of household and his/her spouse or partner and dependent children occupying same household age 18 and under.)

FOREST HILL PARK NATURE WALK Cleveland Heights has a gem in its own back yard. Forest Hill Park is that gem. The park has 235 acres, which is owned by the cities of Cleveland Heights and East Cleveland, and home to some wonderful wildlife. The City of Cleveland Heights will have a guided hike through Forest Hill Park with a naturalist, on Thursday nights, one every month from May through August at 7:00 pm 8:30 pm. Dress to hike with sturdy shoes or boots. We will hike rain or shine and will meet in the front of the Community Center. Come and see what a natural wonder we have in our back yard! Dates: May 23, June 27, July 25, and August 22 5th ANNUAL EARTH DAY RUN Runners and walkers, the City of Cleveland Heights will sponsor a 5K Run/Walk on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. The 5K run (3.1 mile) will start at 6:45 pm (Rain or Shine - no Rain Date). This event is a fund raiser for the Youth Scholarship Fund. The route is completely in Forest Hill Park using East Cleveland and Cleveland Heights path within the park. The entry fee is $15 Pre-Registration and $19 Day of the Race (cash and checks only). The mail-in registration deadline is Monday, April 22. Preregistration: Checks are made out to HMA Promotions. Mail to City of Cleveland Heights Earth Day Run, 40 Severance Circle, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 or Register online at www. hmapromotions.net

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Days: Dates: Dates: Dates: Time: Location: Cost:

Saturday Spring Code 11296 March 9 - April 27 (no class 3/30 & 4/6) (6 classes) Summer 1 Code 11319 May 11 - June 22 (no class 5/25) (6 classes) Summer 2 Code 11323 July 13 - Aug. 17 (6 classes) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Aerobic Room Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $32.00 Others: $38.00

TAI CHI CHUAN (Yang Style) Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Robert Rhym Ages 18 and up. A good cardio warm up will begin the class followed by learning a series of 18 movements. Participants will work on balance, strength and body awareness while learning the 18 movements. No martial arts application is in the first set of 18 movements. Once participants have learned the 18 movements, they will progress on


to learning the 24 Yang Tai Chi; which has simplified movements with martial arts application. The participants will continue to strengthen their bodies, develop balance, body awareness and promote circulation in the body. Participants should wear loose clothing and deck shoes /flat sole shoes ( no tennis shoes). Don’t forget a towel and spill proof water bottle. Be prepared to sweat! Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays Dates: Spring 1 Code 11314 Feb 26 - April 16 (no class 3/26, 4/2&4/4)(12 classes) Dates: Spring 2 Code 11315 April 23 - May 30 (12 classes) Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $69.00 Others: $81.00 One Day a Week Pricing: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $35.00 Others: $41.00

FOUNDATIONS OF BELLY DANCE Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Cara Kless Revitalize your fitness routine with something new! Join Cara Kless, a local belly dance performer, to learn basic and intermediate belly dance. Classes focus on technique, alignment, mastering basic movements and then learning how to layer them into fun choreographs. This dance form will improve your flexibility, strength, and grace while teaching you to move muscles in a new way. Classes are aimed at both the novice dancer as well as the dancers who have mastered basic belly dance movements and are looking for more challenging movements and combinations. Some sessions will include a series of classes on veil work or skirt work, depending on class structure. If you’re not comfortable dancing in bare feet, bring flexible soled shoes. Days: Fridays Dates: Spring Code 11341 March 1 - April 19 (no class 3/29 & 4/5) (6 classes) Dates: Summer 1 Code 11343 May 3 - June 14 (no class 5/24) (6 classes) Dates: Summer 2 Code 11344 June 28 - Aug 2 (6 classes) Time: 7:35 - 8:35 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $38.00 Others: $44.00

MAT PILATES Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: TBA Pilates is an exercise program that is designed to balance both stretching and strengthening with the focus on strong core and proper alignment. Experience the fundamentals of Pilates with mat work exercises that will tone, strengthen, and lengthen you body. This class can challenge the beginner to the intermediate levels. People are challenged to learn to listen to their bodies through concentration and control. This program is ideal for anyone, regardless of age or experience. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat, towel and water. Days: Tuesday and Friday Dates: Spring Code 11302 Feb. 26 - April 19 (12 classes) (no class 3/26, 3/29, 4/2 & 4/5) Dates: Summer 1 Code 11325 April 30 - June 11 (no class 5/24) (12 classes) Dates: Summer 2 Code 11327 June 18 - July 30 (no class7/5) (12 classes) Dates: Summer 3 Code 11782 Aug. 6 - Sept. 24 (no class 8/27, 8/30 & 9/13) Time: 6:30 - 7:30 pm Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $63.00 Others: $75.00 POST ZUMBA BARRE Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Patty LaFountaine Kick your Zumba experience up a notch by attending this after Zumba class for 30 minutes. We will be doing intensive sequences on the dance barre to develop long, lean muscles with special concentration on legs, arms, glutes and core. You must be enrolled in Zumba to attend. Please bring a yoga mat and register early as class size is limited. Days: Mondays & Wednesdays Dates: Spring Code 11310 March 4 - April 22 (no class 3/25, 4/1 & 4/3) (12 classes) Dates: Summer 1 Code 11333 April 29 - June 10 (no class 5/27) (12 classes) Dates: Summer 2 Code 11334 June 17 - July 24 (12 classes) Dates: Summer 3 Code 11783 Aug. 5 - Sept 25 (no class 8/26, 8/28, 9/2 & 9/4)

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Time: 6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $27.00 Others: $32.00 ZUMBA Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Patty LaFountaine Learn FUN Latin dance steps in a cardio-interval format while enjoying exhilarating Latin rhythms including merengue, salsa, cumbia, flamenco and many more. Toning and stretching sequences will also be included for a total body workout that you’ll stick with and enjoy. Days: Mondays & Wednesdays Dates: Spring Code 11299 March 4 - April 22 (12 classes) (no class 3/25, 4/1 & 4/3) Dates: Summer 1 Code 11322 April 29 - June 10 (no class 5/27) (12 classes) Dates: Summer 2 Code 11324 June 17 - July 24 (12 classes) Dates: Summer 3 Code 11418 Aug. 5 - Sept 25 (12 classes) (no class 8/26, 8/28, 9/2 & 9/4) Time: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $63.00 Others: $75.00 FITNESS FUSION Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Patty LaFountaine Workout and firm up with a mix of exercise styles. Train your muscles with bands, weights, and stretch and tone with pilates and yoga . Please bring an exercise mat and a spill-proof water bottle. Days: Tuesday & Thursday Dates: Spring 1 Code 11297 Feb 26 - April 16 (12 classes) (no class 3/26, 4/2&4/4) Dates: Spring 2 Code 11298 April 23 - May 30 (12 classes) Dates: Summer 1 Code 11320 June 11 - July 23 (no class 7/4) (12 classes) Dates: Summer 2 Code 11321 July 30 - Sept 17 (12 classes) (no class 8/27, 8/29 & 9/5) Time: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec

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ID or Field House Pass: $63.00 Others: $75.00

KICK COMBO Registration: Mail in, walk-in at the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Joan Greenwood Instruction and practice in kickboxing/martial arts fitness base program with emphasis on proper technique, safe kicks, punches, and combinations. Kickboxing movements will also be performed to improve aerobic endurance, flexibility, and balance Class will have a mix of yoga and pilates added to the program. Please wear comfortable clothing and aerobic/tennis shoes. You will need to bring your own exercise mat. Sign up for Monday only, or Monday & Wednesday, or Monday, Wednesday & Friday. Days: Monday & Wednesday Dates: Spring 1 Code 11316 Mar 4 - April 17 ( 12 classes) (no class 4/1 & 4/3) Dates: Spring 2 Code 11317 April 29 - June 10 (12 classes) (no class 5/27) Dates: Summer 1 Code 11339 June 17 - July 24 (12 classes) Time: 6:00 am - 7:00 am Location: Aerobic Room, Community Center Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $63.00 Others: $75.00 A.M. BODY TONING CLASS Registration: Mail in, walk-in at the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Lori Blum on Tuesdays and Michelle Sills on Thursdays Have you been looking of a morning body toning class. This one hour class is suitable for all levels (age and body condition). This new class will strengthen, tone and sculpt both upper and lower body. The class will use various forms of equipment such as Dumbbells, resist-a-ball, dynabands or steps. The class will conclude with abdominal work, stretching and a cool down. Participants need to bring your own resist-a-ball (exercise ball), exercise mat and a water bottle. Days: Tuesday and Thursday Dates: Spring Code 11295 April 23 - May 30 (12 classes) Dates: Summer 1 Code 11318 Jun 11 - July 25 (no class 7/4 & 7/23) (12 classes) Dates: Mini Summer 2 Code 11328 July 30 - Aug 15 (6 classes) Time: 9:30 am - 10:30 am Location: Aerobic Room, Community Center


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Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $63.00 Others: $75.00 Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $32.00 (Mini summer session) Others: $38.00 (mini summer session)

INDOOR CYCLING Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Brady Howard Class size is limited to fourteen people; preregistration is mandatory. Abdominal work at the end of each class. Wear comfortable clothing and stiff shoes (no cleats or bike shoes) Days: Wednesday Dates: Spring Code 11308 April 24 - May 29 (6 weeks) Dates: Summer Code 11331 June 12 - July 17 (6 weeks) Time: 7:05 - 8:05 p.m. Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $38.00 Others: $50.00 HATHA YOGA Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Marcia Hudgel Join us for an hour and a half of vinyasa style hatha yoga. Vinyasa means to coordinate breath and movement from posture to posture. The class will help you to strengthen, stretch and relax your body and mind. This class is suitable for all levels and will progress in complexity of postures over the six week session as you become stronger and more limber. Class is especially helpful for athletes. Please wear loose clothing and bring a yoga sticky mat, cushion and extra shirt or blanket for relaxation. Also, please let the instructor know if you have any specific injuries or have had yoga suggested to you by your doctor. Days: Wednesday Dates: Spring Code 11306 March 6 - April 17 (no class 4/3) (6weeks) Dates: Summer 1 Code 11329 May 1 - June 5 (6weeks) Dates: Summer 2 Code 11330 June 19 - July 24 (6weeks) Time: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Location: Activity Room 1A & 1B Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $44.00 Others: $50.00

SUNDAY YOGA Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Jody Schrock Reduce the effects of stress and find balance. Yoga is not only a great workout, numerous of studies have shown yoga to have many positive effects on our health. Yoga can stretch tight muscles, relieve lower back pain and reduce stress. It can help you get a better nights sleep, and relieve digestive issues. Yoga can also help you to connect with the most important person in your life... YOU! Please join us and find your bliss. Day: Sunday Dates: Spring Code 11312 April 7 - June 2 (no class 5/5, 5/12 & 5/26) (6 weeks) Dates: Summer Code 11335 June 23 - July 28 (6 weeks) Time: 2:00 - 3:00 pm Location: Aerobic Room Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $38.00 Others: $44.00 KUK SOOL WON ™ (WKSA) The Traditional Martial Arts & Self Defense System of Korea. Adult & Adv. Youth Class for ages 14 to 75 years Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Robert Carson, 5th Degree Master/Instructor w/ 47 years of MA experience, Dee Marsky 2nd Degree, and the 1st Degree Black Belt team. KSW is a family martial art and comprehensive self-defense system. Through diligent and continued practice a person will gain: positive selfesteem and self confidence; increased self discipline, concentration, and memory for efficient job performance; reduces stress and tension, increase flexibility, agility and longevity and self protection. KSW teaches: Proper meditation and Ki breathing, principles of falling, throwing, and acrobatics, pressure points, combination joint locks and self defense techniques, basic kicking, blocking, and punching. Wear loose clothing (no jeans). Students can work toward earning a belt and promotion after joining The World Kuk Sool Association Ž Days: Tuesday & Thursday Dates: Spring 1 Code 11369 March 5 - April 16 (no class 3/26, 4/2 & 4/4)(10 classes) Dates: Spring 1 Code 11370 April 23 - May 23 Dates: Summer 1 Code 11345 June 4 - July 9 ( no class 7/4) (10 classes)

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Summer 2 Code 11352 July 16 - Aug 15 (10 classes) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm Tue. Activity Room 7 & Thur. Activity Room 1A & 1B Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $58.00 Others: $68.00 KARATE COED TAI SHIN DOH Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: David Jones, 5th Degree Black Belt; 2nd Degree Black Belt Sanford Doss Jr, and the 1st Degree Black Belt team. Ages 13 and up. The purpose of this class is to learn a martial art and how to appy it in real life situations. The Tai Shin Doh martial arts curriculum will be taught. Day: Friday Dates: Spring Code 11368 March 8 - May 31 (10 weeks) (no class 3/29, 4/5 & 5/24) Time: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Location: Activity Room 7 Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $63.00 Others: $73.00 WOMEN’S SELF- DEFENSE AND EMPOWERMENT Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: David Jones, 5th Degree Black Belt; 2nd Degree Black Belt Sanford Doss Jr, and the 1st Degree Black Belt team. Women ages 13 and up - learn to protect yourself. This class teaches the Tai Shin Doh curriculum with special self - defense techniques for women added to the classes. You will learn to recognize danger, avoid attacks and apply defensive tactics. All classes count towards belt advancement. Wear tennis shoes and loose clothing, no jeans. Day: Saturdays Dates: Spring Code 11367 March 9 - June 1 (10 weeks) (no class 3/30, 4/6 & 5/25) Time: 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Location: Activity Room 7 Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $63.00 Others: $73.00 Dates: Time: Location: Cost:

ADULT & YOUTH TAI SHIN DOH SUMMER WORKOUT Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA. Instructed by: David Jones, 5th Degree Black Belt; 2nd Degree Black Belt Sanford Doss Jr, and the 1st Degree Black Belt team. For adults who are already in our programs Coed Tai Shin Doh or Women’s Self Defense, and the advanced youth Tai Shin Doh students who have achieved yellow belt or above. Day: Friday Dates: Summer Code 11346 June 14 - July 26 (no class 7/5) (6 weeks) Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Location: Community Center Room 7 Cost: Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $42.00 Others: $48.00 JAZZERCISE Open House: Feb 11 - 23 Try a FREE class & if you sign up for any of our EFT passes that day you will save $45.00 (offer valid first class only) You’ll love Jazzercise because it feels more like a fun night out than a workout. Music by Bruno Mars, Pitbull, Kelly Clarkson, Justin Bieber, Train, Beyonce and more. M, T, W, TH 6:30 pm and Saturday 8:45 am (other times also available) *NEW* Sunday 9:30 am EFT (Auto Debit) pricing as low as $33.00/month unlimited classes. 10 class pass: $80.00. Call Mary Beth with any questions(440) 542-0246

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Buy Cain Park Gift Certificates

Giving the gift of Cain Park is perfect for any occasion and will earn you a heartfelt round of applause! And now it’s more convenient than ever to purchase. Go online to www.cainpark. com/giftcertificate. You can also call 216-2915792 or purchase them at the Cain Park Ticket Office this summer. Gift certificates can only be redeemed at the Cain Park Ticket Office.

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TICKET OFFICE OPENS MAY 25 FOR RESIDENTS ONLY!

NEW: Those buying tickets to 1-2 events will be directed to an Express Window line. A special block of seats to all events will be available for purchase at Cain Park — in person only by Cleveland Heights residents only—on Saturday, May 25 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm with a photo ID (e.g. driver’s license) plus two proofs of current residency (e.g. utility bills) or a current Cleveland Heights Recreation ID. No phone or fax orders will be accepted. Seats are limited and there are no guarantees that all desired ticket requests will be filled from the designated special block of seats. Requests are filled on a first come, first served basis. Cain Park staff does not accept responsibility for ticket requests not able to be filled from the special block of seats due to high demand. Cain Park staff reserves the right to limit tickets to 4 per household on certain events. On the day the Cain Park Ticket Office opens, residents will register with Cain Park staff outside the Main Ticket Office by showing their proof of residency and photo ID. Those who are purchasing tickets to 3 or more events will receive a number that represents their place in the ticket-buying line at one of three windows. Also NEW IN 2013: Have your ticket order form checked for accuracy before getting to the ticket window to speed up the buying process. Residents have the following options: 1. Wait until their number is called. 2. Leave and receive a hotline number to call for number-processing updates. 3. Fill out a ticket order form and leave it with staff. It will be processed at the end of the day in the order that it was received. Seats are limited and there are no guarantees that all desired ticket requests will be filled from the designated special block of seats. Requests are filled on a first come, first served basis. Cain Park staff does not accept responsibility for ticket requests not able to be filled from the special block of seats due to high demand.

The Cain Park Ticket Office will open to the general public one week later on June 1 (in person, by phone, mail or fax). The special Cleveland Heights seats cannot be purchased through Ticketmaster and are only available, in person, at Cain Park on May 25 from 9:00am – 5:00pm. DISCOUNTED ALMA THEATER OPENING WEEKEND TICKETS ($15 for Friday, June 14 & Saturday, June 15 evening performances) WILL BE SOLD ONLY to Cleveland Heights residents ON MAY 25. When the Ticket Office opens June 1, Alma Theater (June 13-30) tickets are $22/20 advance, $24/22 day of show for all evening performances. Discounts will still apply to these full-price tickets (student, senior, Patron Series, military, WKSU member). Tickets for the June 13 Preview & Sunday matinees remain at $15; no additional discounts will be applied to preview and matinee tickets. Below is a list of the 2013 Cain Park events that have been confirmed as of this publication date. Booking the season continues, so please check for calendar updates on www.cainpark.com! NEW! Free Chamber Music Series June 18, July 16, July 30, August 13 $2 Tuesdays—MILLER June 25 Additional $2 Tuesdays July 23 AMY GRANT June 28

CAIN PARK ARTS FESTIVAL July 12-14

THE MUSICAL THEATER PROJECT Cabaret July 18 SOLAS July 18

$5 Fridays July 19, 26, August 2, 9

Full Folk Saturdays—LISA BIALES July 20 Free Jazz in the Afternoon Series July 21, 28, August 4, 11 INLET DANCE THEATRE July 24 & 25

Cabaret—JULIETTE REGNIER July 25

STREET CORNER SYMPHONY July 26

Full Folk Saturdays—NEIL JACOBS July 27

Cabaret—JOANNA MAY HUNKINS August 1 VERB BALLETS August 2 & 3

$2 Tuesdays—THE GALACTIC COWBOY ORCHESTRA Aug 6

Full Folk Saturdays—SARAH GOSLEE REED August 3 Cabaret—ADINA BLOOM August 8 OLDBOY Aug 10

GROUNDWORKS DANCETHEATER August 16-18 THE DOO WOPS Aug 17

All artists, programs and dates are subject to change without notice. To receive a complete schedule by mail in early May, please call 216-291-5792. Booking the season continues, so please check for calendar updates on www.cainpark.com!

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senior programs

The Cleveland Heights Office on Aging and Senior Activity Center are located in the Community Center on Monticello Boulevard at Mayfield Road. Our hours are 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. New to the Center? Join us for orientation and a tour of the center any Thursday morning at 10:30 am. Participation is limited to Cleveland Heights residents age 60+. Senior Activity Center ID cards, which are free to residents, are required and can be obtained through the Parks and Recreation Division at the Community Center during normal business hours. Photo ID and proof of residency are required.

Rides to the Senior Activity Center are available for senior residents not eligible for RTA’s ADA card for most weekday classes and programs. For information on any senior program or to schedule a van ride, call 216-691-7377.

The Office On Aging offers van rides to medical appointments, social services and more. Call the Office on Aging at 216-691-7377 for information.

excercise classes BELLY DANCE Try something new and have fun too! Instructor: Cara Kless Day: Fridays Date: March 15 – May 10 (no class March 29) Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am Cost: $25.00 BODY MUSIC Experience the joy of coming home to your body in this movement class. Led byLeslie Keller. Day: Fridays Dates: April 5 – May 24 Time: 11:15 – 12:15 Cost: $25.00 CORE FUSION Gain mobility, strength and endurance in this new exercise class. Build muscle strength and bone density using resistance bands and free weights. Instructor: Ray Smith Day: Wednesdays Dates: March 6 – April 24 Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am Cost: $25.00

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ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCE Instructor: Wesley Senseman Day: Wednesdays Time: 10:00 – 11:00 am Date: Ongoing Cost: Free GENTLE YOGA This exercise program, designed specifically for seniors, can improve flexibility, strengthen muscles, promote better circulation and change how you feel! Instructor: Dympna Ferrante. Session I Day: Wednesdays Date: April 17 – June 26 Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm Cost: $55.00 Session II Day: Thursdays Date: April 18 – June 27 Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Cost: $55.00 Both Sessions: $100.00 SENIOR STRENGTH TRAINING Specifically designed for seniors, exercising with weights increases muscle mass and strength, while benefitting balance, bone density and overall wellness. Instructor: Judson’s Outreach Staff. Day: Tuesdays & Thursdays Date: March 12 – May 2 Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm Cost: $40.00 LINE DANCING An enjoyable recreational activity that promotes physical fitness through dance exercise. No partner required. Instructor: Gladys McGlothin. Contemporary Style Day: Mondays Time: 9:30 – 10:30 am Date: March 25 - May 13 Cost: $25.00 INTERMEDIATE LINE DANCING Instructor: Marcelo Atanasio Day: Wednesdays Date: Ongoing Time: 3:15 pm Cost: Free


PILATES Exercises designed to tone, strengthen and lengthen your muscles. Day: Wednesday Date: March 6 – April 24 Time: 11:15 am – 12:15pm Cost: $25.00 SENIOROBICS Low impact aerobic exercise to music. Instructor: Lori Blum Day: Tuesdays Date: April 23 – May 28 Time: 10:45 - 11:45 am Cost: $20.00 TAI CHI CHUAN A series of exercises performed slowly to heighten individual awareness and meditation to promote good health. Practiced over a period of time, Tai Chi becomes an internally peaceful, yet powerful, way of experiencing life. Instructor: Jeannie Koran SHORT FORM - 24 MOVEMENTS Day: Thursdays Date: March 7 – April 25 Time: 10:00 – 11:15 am Cost: $40.00 URBAN BALLROOM A potpourri of traditional dance moves with flavor. Instructor: Linda Sams Day: 1st Tuesday of each month. Date: Ongoing Cost: $ 3.00 per session Wii BOWLING Fun, non-competitive and healthy. Give Wii Bowling a try! Day: 1st and 3rd Thursdays and 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm

art classes BEGINNING DRAWING Instructor: Susan Morse Day: Wednesdays Date: March 19 – May 7 Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Cost: $35.00

DRAWING AND PAINTING Class focus is on building drawing skills and developing a personal style. Class includes drawing from still life, demonstrations and critique. Bring drawing materials and newsprint pad to first class. Instructor: Susan Morse. Day: Tuesdays Date: March 19 - May 7 Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm Cost: $35.00 OPEN ART Bring materials and be a part of this creative group. Day: Wednesdays Time: 1:00 - 4:00 pm WATERCOLOR PENCIL Class focus is on drawing with this unique medium from nature and still life. Many techniques and types of pencils will be presented. Bring watercolor pad. Supplies discussed at first class. Instructor: Susan Morse Day: Thursdays Date: March 21 - May 9 Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm Cost: $35.00

groups AARP (American Association of Retired Persons, Cleveland Heights Chapter 5018) Cleveland Heights residents 50+ are welcome to join. Refreshments and social hour follow the meeting. Call 216-691-7377 for information. Day/Date: Last Thursday of the month. Time: 1:00 pm GENEALOGY GROUP Meet with other Genealogy enthusiasts to learn, share information and have fun. Led by: Jean Hoffman Day/Date: 2nd Wednesday Time: 2:00 – 3:00 pm PARKINSON’S SUPPORT GROUP Led by: Marilyn Brandt Group is for Parkinson’s patients and their families to assist in coping with the disease and in sharing information and research findings. For information call 216-691-7377. Day/Date: 1st Wednesday of the month Time: 2:00 pm

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POETRY PLUS Led by: Joy Collas Let’s read poetry together finding the joys and insights of the author’s words. Day: 2nd and 4th Mondays Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm SPANISH Cristina Sempeʹ instructs this class for those with some Spanish language knowledge. Day: Wednesdays Date: March 13 – May 1 Beginning Spanish I Time: 11:00 – 12:00 am Basic Spanish II Time: 9:00 – 10:00 am Intermediate Spanish III Time: 10:00 – 11:00 am Cost: $25.00/each session STITCH TOGETHER Needle workers of all interests meet together to work on individual projects. Day/Date: Fridays Time: 1:30 pm WALKING CLUB Join other active seniors for walking on the Field House track. Day/Date: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm

drop-in programs

NEWCOMERS ORIENTATION New to the Center? Join us for orientation and a tour any Thursday morning. Day/Date: Thursdays Time: 10:30 am BID WHIST GROUP Players meet every week to enjoy cards and good company. Day/Date: Mondays Time: 1:00 – 4:00 pm BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS For Cleveland Heights residents only. Day/Date: 1st Wednesday of the month Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm Day/Date: 3rd Wednesday Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm Day/Date: 4th Tuesday of the month Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

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DOMINOES Players meet to enjoy the game. Day/Date: Tuesdays Time: 2:00 pm MAH JONG Players meet for a game of Maj. Day: Tuesdays Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm MATINEE MOVIES Each week enjoy a current release movie on a new projection system that is just like going to the movies. Call 216-691-7377 for the feature of the week. Day/Date: Fridays Time: 1:00 pm PARTY BRIDGE Day/Date: Tuesdays and Fridays Time: 12:45 – 3:45 pm PINOCHLE Meet for a game of pinochle each week. Day/Time: Fridays Time: 12:45 – 3:45 pm SCRABBLE CLUB Meet to play for competitive scrabble each week. Bring a scrabble board if you have one. Day/Date: Fridays Time: 1:00 – 4:00 pm WALKING WARM-UP Ms. Duck leads this warmup class for all fitness levels. Day: Wednesdays Time: 12:30 – 1:00 pm WORKOUT WITH MS. DUCK Incorporates weights, bands and more. Day: Thursdays Time: 12:30 - 1:00 pm

special interests AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM A two-day course of classroom instruction designed to refine existing skills, and develop new, safe driving techniques. Day:Wednesday Date: April 17 Time: 12:00 – 4:00 pm Cost: $14 or $12 with proof of AARP membership Make check payable to AARP or bring exact change.


ANNUAL FORUM Topic: Senior Housing Matters Sponsored by the Commission on Aging. Refreshments will be served. Day: Thursday Date: May 30 Time: 1:00 pm HUM & STRUM Get out your ukulele or guitar and start making music. All levels are welcomed. Day: Mondays Dates: Ongoing Time: 10:00 – 11:00 am MEET, GREET AND EAT Start the weekend sharing lunch with friends, old and new, at an area restaurant. Program meets quarterly. Call 216-691-7377 for details and to register. Space is limited. Day: Thursdays Date: April 11 and June 13 Time: 11:30 am Cost: Your own individual lunch. NATURE WALKS Join the Metroparks naturalist as we continue to explore Forest Hill Park as it changes through spring and summer. All walks begin at the Senior Center, 9:30 am. Dress for the weather. Day: Fridays Date: April 5, May 3, June 7, July 5 and August 2 Time: 9:30 – 11:30 am POST OFFICE ON WHEELS The post office van will stop at the Community Center one time a month. Full postal services are available. Call 216-691-7377 for date and time. SPRING FLORAL WORKSHOP Join Master Gardener Nancy Donley to create a fresh flower centerpiece to celebrate spring!! Day: Tuesday Date: March 26 Time: 11:00 am Cost: $7.00 Materials Fee Registration required by April 15. SUPER SALAD BAR Treat yourself to a healthy lunch. Bring 2 items to add to our salad bar or pay $5.00. We provide the greens. Day/Date: Fridays May 24, June 28, July 26, August 16 Time: 12:00 noon

computer classes Computer classes are held in the Computer Center at the Senior Activity Center. Call 6917377 for information regarding classes.

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cleveland heights division of parks & recreation activities registration / annual ID & pass application

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Phone:__________________________________ Emergency Phone:___________________________________

Name:__________________________________________________________ Email:_______________________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ street city zip Skating Pass No. Residents Youth K- age 11 $ 84. ____ Youth age 12-HS $110. ____ Young adult 18-24 $132. ____ Adult 25-59 $154. ____ Senior 60 & up $ 66. ____ Family# $275. ____

RATES AS OF JANUARY 1, 2012

Field House Community Pass Cntr. Pass No. No. $ 84. $110. $165. $192. $ 99. $312.

Pool Pass Residents Only: Indoor March - May No. Student through HS $22.00 ____ Adults 18-59 $28.00 ____ Adults 60 and over $22.00 ____ Family # $65.00 ____ Pre-School Free

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$124. $154. $176. $220. $ 99. $325.

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Outdoor June - Sept No. $27.00/35.00 ____ $36.00/44.00 ____ $27.00/35.00 ____ $88.00/99.00 ____ Free

Skating Field House Community Pass Pass Cntr. Pass No. No. No. Non-residents: Youth K- age 11* $210. ____ $126.* ____ $186. ____ Youth age 12-HS* $225. ____ $165 * ____ $231. ____ Young adult 18-24 $250. ____ $248.** ____ N/A Adult 25-59 $325. ____ $288.** ____ N/A Senior 60 & up $150. ____ N/A N/A Family# $625. ____ $468.** ____ N/A Indoor Sept - Nov No. $22.00 ____ $28.00 ____ $22.00 ____ $65.00 ____ Free

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RELEASE OF LIABILITY/MEDICAL TREATMENT CONSENT & PASS HOLDER’S AGREEMENT The above applicant(s) request the purchase of an annual pass(es) for the Community Center or swimming. The applicant agrees to obey all rules governing the operation of the facilities and also agrees that there will be NO REFUNDS on PASS(ES) purchased and that such passes are NOT TRANSFERABLE. Pass(es) must be purchased by applicant or parent. Family membership is limited to an adult head of household and his/her spouse or partner and dependent children occupying household age 18 or under. Preschool children must be accompanied by an adult, at all times. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. In consideration of the City of Cleveland Heights (“City”) and the CH-UH school system (schools) providing sponsorship and/or providing facilities, I hereby release and hold harmless and agree to indemnify the City and schools and their employees, agents, and representatives from any and all claims, costs, damages, and liabilities for injury or property damage sustained or caused by me or my child or ward while participating in any program offered by the City. I understand that fees do not include accident or personal property insurance. I further represent that I am, or my child or ward is, physically capable of participating in the program based upon consultation with my, or my child’s or ward’s personal physician. Further, in the event of any injury, I hereby give my permission and consent and authorize emergency first aid and/or medical and/or hospital care or treatment for myself and for my child/ward if deemed necessary by qualified medical or emergency personnel or by said employees, officers, agents or representatives of the City and its Parks and Recreation Division, and further agree to assume all expenses for said treatment.

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parks and facilities 1 CALEDONIA PARK Ravine Road (near Noble) • Playground • Picnic Shelter • Multi-purpose Field • Ball Field

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DENISON PARK Bluestone and Quarry (Monticello Blvd) • Ball Field • Multi-purpose Field • Tennis Courts • Basketball Courts • Playground • Picnic Shelter • All-purpose Pathway • Patio/Grass Recreation Area

COMMUNITY CENTER Mayfield and Monticello • Ice Rinks • Track/Exercise • Senior Center • Summer Camps • Field House • General Recreation • Meeting Rooms • All-purpose Pathway • Grass Recreation Area

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FOREST HILL PARK Lee and Monticello • Softball & Baseball Fields • Tennis Courts • All-purpose Pathway • Picnic Shelters • Playground • Multi-purpose Field • Nature Trail

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CUMBERLAND PARK Cumberland and Mayfield • Swimming Pool • Wading Pool • Basketball Courts • Playground • Grass Recreation Area • All-purpose Pathway • Veterans Memorial • Historical Center

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CAIN PARK Lee and Superior • Tennis Courts • Basketball Court • Skate Park • Playground • Performing Arts Center • All-purpose Pathway • Grass Recreation Area • Sledding Hill

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Euclid Heights Blvd and Lancashire • Tots Playground


Cleveland Heights has six covered picnic shelters available for reservation by Cleveland Heights Recreation ID holders only. The Caledonia Park shelter is also available to East Cleveland residents with proper proof of residency. The shelters are located in the following parks: • Caledonia Park – one single shelter • Cumberland Park – one single shelter • Denison Park – one single shelter • Forest Hill Park – one single and one double shelter All are available to Recreation ID card holders for a fee of only $25 (plus a $50 refundable security deposit) on a first-come, first-served basis. An application must be completed and a permit issued. Non-permit use is allowed but permit holders will have priority for shelter use. Permits are enforced by the Police Department. Applications for 2013 have been taken since January 2, 2013. Please call the Recreation Division at 216-691-7373 to get a picnic shelter reservation packet with all pertinent information and forms. The forms are also available on-line at www.clevelandheights.com. Recreation ID card holders can also reserve softball and other athletic fields for a maximum of three hours. Scheduled league and other Parks and Recreation Division activities limit availability of fields. Please call Larry Shaw at 216-691-7260 to check on field availability.

reservations

picnic shelter andathletic field reservation

City of Cleveland Heights

employment opportunities SUMMER TEMPORARY POSITIONS The City of Cleveland Heights is seeking individuals 16 years and older to fill the following summer positions: RECREATION Pools Lifeguards, Managers, Pool Attendants, Water Safety Instructors, Cashiers Sports Programs Tennis Lesson Instructors General Recreation Classes Instructors for Preschool, Youth and Adult Programs SUMMER CAMP (Community Center) Counselors Apply by April 15, 2013 Applications Accepted: Human Resources Office CAIN PARK Operations, Administrative Positions, Theater and Production. Apply by March 1, 2013.

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Presort Std U.S. Postage PAID Cleveland, OH Permit #2452

Cleveland Heights Parks and Recreation 40 Severance Circle Cleveland Heights, Ohio

DATED MATERIAL–DO NOT DELAY DELIVERY

highlights OHIO SPEEDSKATING ASSOCIATION MEET Saturday, February 16 SPRING EGG HUNT Saturday, March 23 (10:00 am sharp) EARTH DAY RUN / WALK Wednesday, April 24 MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY Monday, May 27, 2013 - 10:30 am Will take place at the Veterans Memorial in Cumberland Park. Veterans will be recognized. Veterans groups, street clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, youth sports teams and other community organizations are encouraged to take part. Call 216-291-2323 for more information. CAIN PARK ARTS FESTIVAL July 12-14 ADULT SOFTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTION / ALL-STAR NIGHT Saturday, July 13 CUMBERLAND WATER SHOW Tuesday, August 6

cleveland heights city council

Edward J. Kelley, Mayor Dennis R. Wilcox, Vice Mayor Janine R. Boyd Bonita W. Caplan Mary Dunbar Jason S. Stein Cheryl L. Stephens Susana Niermann O’Neil Acting City Manager

recreation advisory board Alissa Branford, Chairman J.J. Costello, Vice Chairman Carl Campbell Ted Esborn Susan Ford James Moore Jeff Rink Sean Sullivan

staff

Parks and Recreation is a Division of the Department of Community Services. Susanna Niermann O’Neil, Acting City Manager/ Director of Community Services Larry Shaw, Commissioner of Parks & Recreation Mark Vasiloff, Community Center Manager Christopher Kendel, Assistant Commissioner of Parks & Recreation Kelly Taylor, Ice Programs Supervisor Dee Marsky, General Recreation Supervisor Mike Discenzo, Sports Programs Supervisor Sandy Mates, Front Desk Manager

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Parks and Recreation - Spring and Summer 2013  

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