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Table of Contents - Winter / Day Camp 2012 ONLINE SEARCH Option: To find programs by age, day, other categories: 1.) Browse: register.deerfieldparks.org; 2.) Log into your household account or click Guest; 3.) Click on Search menu at the top, then Activity > Advanced Search. Enter as much or as little criteria as you wish and click Search.

QUICK VIEW by categories: General Information ............................................. 2-4 Rentals ............................................ IFC,2,4-7,42, 62 Special Events ............................................. 8-10, 19 Age Groups: Early Childhood, Preschool, Kdg. ............. 5-19,50 Youth & Teens. ................................... 5-11, 20-52 Adults ..................................................7-12, 41-63 Seniors (for adults 50+ at PTC) ................... 61-63 Special Facilities Sections: Deerfield Golf Club and Learning Cntr ......... 42-43 Patty Turner Center ...................................... 61-63 Sachs Recreation Center ............................. 48-53 Registration Info. & Forms ..................... 40,64,68-71 Map, Parks/Facilities ..........................IFC,3,4,72,IBC

Reminder: Go Greener, Register Online: deerfieldparks.org

Skills & Hobbies: ........................................ 19 (Enrichment/Workshops) Sports/Athl.: 18,19,25-29,41,44-47,49, 51,52 Treehouse Indoor Playground ..................... 5 Variety: .....................................................16,17 & See: Birthday Parties: 6-7 Events ................................... see Special Events Exercise, Fitness, Wellness (adults) .... 46,53-56 & see Sachs Recreation Center Facilities/Parks ....................... IFC,2-5,72,IBC Chart, Map General Information ............................. 2-4 Golf: see Deerfield Golf Club/Learning Center Hockey & Ice Skating.................................. 41 KINDERGARTEN .....................................14 & see Early Childhood Map/Chart of Facilities ........... IFC,3,4,72,IBC NSSRA ............................................................ 29 Northern Suburban Special Rec. Assoc. North Shore Rhythmic Gymn ................26 Parks & Facilities .................. IFC,3,4,72,IBC Patty Turner Center (see Seniors) Performing Arts ........................10,15,20-23,58 PRESCHOOL (& see Early Childhood) ........ 13 Racquet Sports................................... 51-52

ALPHABETICAL LISTING:

REGISTRATION.....................40,64,68-71

ADULTS .....................................8,10,41-63 Creative Arts & Cooking: ...............57,58 Exercise & Wellness: .......................... 56 Performing Arts, Dance & Music: .......58 Skills & Hobbies/Variety: ............. 59-60 (Cards/Games, Computer/Technology, Dog Obedience, Film) Sports/Athletics................................ 41-63 Trips..................................................... 61 & See: Special Events: 8-10 Affiliate/Sponsored Groups............... 28,29 Athletics .............................................25-55 Babysitting/Childcare at SRC ........... 23,50 Banquets ...............................IFC,5-7,42,62 Birthday Parties (Gr. K-8) ..................... 6,7 COHO Swim Club ........................ 44,45,53 Creative Arts (by age)...............14,15,20,55,56 Conduct (Programs/Facilities) ........4,29,30,38 Dance (by age) ............................. 15,21-23,58 Deerfield Dance Studio...................... 21,58 Deerfield Golf Club/Learning Cntr. .. 42-43 Deerfield Park Foundation ................65-67 EARLY CHILDHOOD.................. 5-23,47 PRESCHOOL, KINDERGARTEN Creative Arts & Cooking .......................14,15 Kindergarten Classes & Before- ................ 14 and After-Kindergarten Care Parent-Tot ........................8,10,13,15,18,27,28 Performing Arts, Dance & Music ............. 15 Preschool.: (2.5-5 yrs./Sept-May) .............. 13 Winter/Day Camp 2012

Rentals ..............................IFC,2,4-7,42,62 Rhythmic Gymnastics.............................26 Sachs Recreation Center ....................48-53 SENIORS/PTC ................................. 61-63 & See: Sp. Events: 7,8,10; Facilities/Sports/ Athletics: 41-43,45,47,49,55,62; Adults: 53-63

Are you New to Deerfield? Visit www.deerfieldparks.org & provide us your email to get monthly E-newsletters “HONK!” - Nov. 11-13 & 18-20 Deerfield Family Theater performs at Caruso Middle School - tickets on sale Coho Swim Team New Swimmer Tryouts Minnow & Age-Group Tryouts: Nov. 21 - Dec. 2 at Sachs Recreation Center PROGRAMS: Preschool/Early Childhood: Winter Preschool Enrichment and Kinder Day Off Trips; Youth & Teens: Tap for Two (Parent/ Child age 5+), Horse Crazy Girls (Gr. 6-12), Tech Stars (Gr. 1-6) including robots, digital photography and 3D; Adults & Older Teens: 16+: Jungle Gym performance training, 18+: First Aid, CPR, Hip Hop / Aerobic Dance, Holiday Tasty Tidbits, New courses i.e. Protecting Your Computer, Foreign Films by foreign pioneering women; Cooking Classes i.e. Gluten Free; 50+: Day Trips to new locations/ new theater productions; Please help our Foundation raise funds at Panera Bread, Wed., Nov. 16, 7AM - 8PM: Print out the coupon at www.deerfieldparks.org and bring it to Panera –Deerfield, Bannockburn or Riverwoods. We’ll receive a percentage of net proceeds to help with Grants-in-Aid, ThorGuard updates, and other projects.

Skating (Ice Skating & Hockey) ................... 41 Special Events (all ages) ......................8-10 Sponsors/Partners/Donations ........... 64-67 Sports/Athletics............................... 18,19,25-55 SUMMER CAMP 2012 ...................... 31-40 & Registration Form Swimming ..........................................46,47 (& see COHO Swim Club, pgs. 44,45,53) TEENS See Youth & Teens Sect. Tennis & Racquetball ........................51-52 YOUTH & TEENS ...........................5-11,20-55 Creative Arts & Cooking: ...........................20 Holiday Happenings/Days Off ............. 9,10 Performing Arts, Dance, Music: .....10,20-23 Rhythmic Gymnastics .................................26 Skills & Hobbies/Variety ............................24 Sports & Athletics:.................................25-55 & See: Special Events: 8-10 IFC/IBC = Inside Front/Inside Back Cover

THANK YOU to SPONSOR/PARTNERS Cookers, Deerfield Fields Auto Group Northside Community Bank Panera Bread Sam’s Club, Wheeling Tom & Eddies, Deerfield WHITEHALL of Deerfield Whole Foods, Deerfield To join the list, please email: darla@deerfieldparks.org or call: 847-572-2611. Photos by: Andrew Campbell, Carol Harrington, Lee Hogan, Tom Lane, Pioneer Press, John Sanner, TribLocal, others.

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Park Board, Meetings, District Philosophy, Contact #s Comments from the Park Board Dear Neighbors:

With winter and the new year just around the corner, we’d like to recap some highlights and significant changes occurring in 2011 and keep you apprised of anticipated projects for 2012: Fitness Center memberships and general participation levels continued to thrive as our Sachs Recreation Center approached its 2nd anniversary. And, we were all deeply saddened at the death of Sachs GM Steve Furlong, during spring. In early summer, Tony Korzyniewski assumed the position. In spring, we welcomed a new Executive Director, Rick Julison, who had served here in the role of Director of Park Services for more than 20 years. Julison replaced Linda Gryziecki, who retired after 38 years of exemplary service to Deerfield Park District and our community. In recognition of Gryziecki’s long-time service and many accomplishments, on July 4th, 2011, she served as Grand Marshall of the Deerfield Family Days parade. And, after the parade, a small recognition ceremony took place where a plaque rededicating the Jewett Park Community Center in Linda’s honor was unveiled. The Center’s name will however, remain unchanged. Coming in 2012 Early in the year…

We will be launching our newly redesigned website. Please continue to visit: www.deerfieldparks.org and watch for the new look. Early summer…

We are excited to report that we have finally broken ground for the planned improvements at Woodland Park. Improvements include a picnic shelter area, rest room facilities, a new basketball court, an enlarged permeable paved parking lot, extended walking trails providing better accessibility to athletic fields and replacement of the playground. Everyone is invited to purchase an engraved paver for Woodland Park (see page 67 of this brochure for details). In a coordinated effort with the Village of Deerfield and the Hazel Avenue reconstruction project, we have just completed the renovation of the parking lot and sidewalks at Mitchell Park. After several years of disappointing tennis court resurfacing problems as part of the Mitchell Park Reservoir Project, we are happy to report –again, working in cooperation with the Village of Deerfield– that the new synthetic grass sport court tennis surface on the two southern-most courts at Mitchell Park has been completed. The new surface combines the advantages of all-weather clay

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and natural grass tennis court surfaces and provides an ideal cushioned playing surface. In addition to this installation, both of the north tennis and basketball courts at Mitchell Park have been resurfaced and color coated. In the northeast portion of the Village, the tennis courts at Deerspring Park were renovated and color coated; and to the south, the basketball court at Brickyards Park has been resurfaced. Board of Commissioners Park Board –from left: Rick Patinkin, Joe Cohen Greg Lapin, Gil Antokal and Jan Caron. email us at: board@deerfieldparks.org

Park District Board Meetings Deerfield Park District is a municipal governing agency established to provide parks, recreation facilities and programs for residents. Five elected commissioners govern the district and set general policies. Regular meetings of the Board of Park Commissioners are held at JPCC at 8:00 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month. The public is welcome to attend. Schedule changes are posted at JPCC and on the Public Notices Sect. of our website: www.deerfieldparkdistrict.org. Board Workshop Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month as needed. For more information, call 847-945-0650.

Contact Phone #s: All area codes are (847) DISTRICT-WIDE Park District Policies, Procedures Exec. Director Rick Julison 572-2612 Leisure Services Linda Anderson, Director

572-2615

Park Services Jay Zahn, Director

572-2670

Registration, General Information Bev Schlau / Audrey Melchiorre 945-0650 Park Permits, Deerfield Family Theater Mark Woolums 572-2623 Outdoor Pools/Lessons; Pool Rentals Jon Beckmann 572-2621 JEWETT PARK COMMUNITY CENTER Birthday Parties Mark Woolums

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Early Childhood, Preschool, Kindergarten (not Athletics or before/after kindergarten/school care) Ginny Wiemerslage 572-2624 Preschool (2.5-5 yrs.; Sept.-May) Cindy Wolf / Lynn Braun

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Rentals Mark Woolums

572-2623

Youth/Teens, After School Club (not Athletics) Jon Beckmann 572-2621 PATTY TURNER CENTER 940-4010 & Adults (not Athletics, Swim, Theater) Ginny Hunt 572-2652 Joan Simonds 572-2653

Park District Philosophy The Park Board recognizes the need to provide and maintain sufficient and attractive parks, open space, recreation facilities and programs to serve equitably, and without prejudice, all the people of the Park District in the provision of leisure time activities. Every opportunity shall be afforded, within financial limits, to plan, procure, develop and maintain park and recreation resources, and to provide leadership for the wholesome and constructive use of leisure time. The provisions of quality recreational services in the most efficient manner, at the least possible cost, and without significantly duplicating the efforts of other agencies, will be emphasized at all times. This includes the development of cooperative agreements with other agencies directly and indirectly involved with leisure services in the District. The provision of recreation, park and conservation services must be considered as a positive opportunity for people of the District to share with each other, to develop leadership capacities, to learn skills for present and future enjoyment, and to emphasize responsibilities to each other as well as to the community.

SACHS RECREATION CNTR. Tony Korzyniewski, GM Tim Johnson, Fitness Manager

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Athletics/Sports (also see Sachs Rec. Cntr.) Jim Gariti 572-2627 Swimming Lessons (SRC Indoor Pool) Jeff Napolski 572-2626 Coho Swim Club Nancy Reese Jacob Weber Jeff Napolski

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Before- & After- Kindergarten Program Mark Woolums 572-2623 DEERFIELD GOLF CLUB James McCormick, GM Mike Bavier, Course Supt. Jim Hermsen, Asst. Mngr.

945-8333 572-2682 317-2560 572-2681

Not sure where to call? Try (847) 945-0650.

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General Information • Weather • Safety EMERGENCY CLOSING

• Preschool/KinderClub: Cancelled if Dist. 109 classes are cancelled. (Preschool #: 847572-2635; KinderClub: 847-572-2663) • Patty Turner Center: Call 940-4010 • Sachs Recreation Center: Call 847-572-2600 • Sports leagues: scheduled after 5:00 PM, call 317-2555 after 4:30PM • Deerfield Golf Club and Learning Center: Call 847-945-8333 As a general rule, classes are held as long as the program instructor is able to come to work. Call main park district, 945-0650, with any questions. It is sometimes necessary to close one or more of our facilities and cancel programs. Inclement weather is the primary cause of emergency closings, however, programs may also be canceled if other emergencies, such as a power failure or heating or water problems occur. When a determination is made that a facility or programs should be closed to protect the health or safety of participants, the announcement will be made available as soon as possible. For closing information, tune into: WGN Radio AM 720, WBBM Radio AM 780, TV Channels 2, 5, 7, 9, Fox and CLTV. You may also go to the website of any of the radio or TV stations above or go to www.EmergencyClosing.com to search for Deerfield Park District by name, city, or by phone number (847-945-0650). Recorded information will also be updated by 7:30 a.m. for all morning classes, by 10:30 a.m. for all afternoon classes and 3:30 p.m., for all evening classes. You may listen to this message by calling any of the following numbers. A general voice mail message will greet you if programs are on. Or, visit our website: www.deerfieldparks.org and check the scrolling weather update box in the upper right hand corner.

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1. On Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at 10 AM, Thor Guard systems will be tested. 2. After testing, Thor Guard will remain active until November 30, 2012.

The following is our policy regarding the cancellation of programs due to poor or unsafe weather conditions: • For Jewett Park Community Center facility and programs status and other Deerfield Park District classes (EXCEPT those at Patty Turner Cntr., Sachs Rec. Cntr. & Deerfield Golf Club): Call 945-0650. For classes: from call after 9 - 9:30 AM 8:30 AM 9:30 AM - Noon 9 AM 1- 5 PM 12 PM After 5 PM Classes: Call 317-2555

TESTING, TESTING...

3. Between April. 3 and November 30, the system will be tested the first Tuesday of each month.

WAYS TO KEEP INFORMED The Park District makes every attempt to open facilities and operate programs when a risk is not posed to students and employees by doing so. However, the ultimate decision to attend a program during inclement weather belongs to the participant. Participants need to make a determination as to whether or not it is too cold, windy, or snowy for themselves or their children to safely travel to and from a program. If you have any questions, call 847572-2615.

RECORDED INFO... Weather Hot Line & Sports Information Hot Line: 847-317-2555

THORGUARD Thor Guard Lightning Prediction Systems are available at all parks, pools and schools in Deerfield, from April through November. Horns are tested the first Tuesday of each of these months, at 10 AM. Should you hear the horn or see the strobe light at other times –or any time lightning seems possible– be sure to seek shelter. The system is meant to warn the public that conditions are right for possible lightning danger. This system is not 100 percent accurate, as it operates on radio waves which are variable. As not every unit will go off simultaneously, the public is asked to please use common sense when conditions appear threatening, even if Thor Guard warnings are not heard or seen.

FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS FOR SAFETY: If atmospheric conditions are right for lightning to develop, the horns and lights will go off, indicating that individuals should seek shelter. • One prolonged horn blast signifies a strong lightning risk.

i Seasonal program brochures –mailed to Deerfield Park District residents Approx: February for Spring/Summer; July for Fall; November for Winter / Day Camp (Non residents may get a copy at JPCC.) i i i i i i

Website: www.deerfieldparks.org Phone: 847-945-0650 Flyers, Posters, Signs Email: info@deerfieldparks.org Promotional literature Local newspapers: Deerfield Review and What’s Happening! Deerfield i Village of Deerfield / local cable station i Provide your email on Registration Form (for future emailings from Park District)

KEEPING OUR PARKS BEAUTIFUL To provide safe, healthy and aesthetically pleasing parks in the community, we engage in the limited use of lawn care products as part of our integrated pest management program. Limited applications of herbicide to park and school sites is usually completed between April 15 - November 1 of each year.

BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR: The parks belong to all of us... Please respect the rights and property of neighbors of our parks. Use public sidewalks/pathways. Drive carefully in lots, driveways and nearby streets. Trees, bushes, fences, etc., should not be used as bathrooms. Keep your dog on a leash, remain on public property, clean up pet waste, and place trash in park receptacles. To report vandalism, call 945-8636 (non-emergency police).

• The strobe light signals a continuing lightning alert condition. • Seek shelter in major buildings or vehicles.

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Three short horn blasts (and ceasing of strobe light illumination) signal it may be safe to return to the area, but use discretion.

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General Information: Health, Medical, ADA • Photos • Conduct • Rentals & Permits INFECTIOUS DISEASES, FOOD ALLERGIES, MEDICATION, ILLNESS

PROGRAM/FACILITY/ PARTICIPANT CONDUCT

Infectious Diseases: To prevent the spread of communicable diseases, such as strep, pink eye and fifth’s disease, parents should report any diagnosed cases to the park district office. If exposure to other participants occurred, a notification will be sent home. Food Allergies: Many of our preschool –as well as cooking and other– classes will serve food; therefore, it is imperative that you notify the full-time Recreation Supervisor of any food allergies or dietary restrictions your child may have. Medication: If your child requires medication (inhaler, epi-pen, etc.) during class, medication administration forms must be completed. Please call our registration office (847-945-0650) for further information. Illness: Please do not attend class nor send children who are ill to class.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) Our Park District and other public agencies are subject to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act which prohibits discrimination in the services, programs or facilities provided to individuals with disabilities. If you believe that, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance may be required when participating in a program, using a facility or receiving a service, please call Executive Director Rick Julison at 847-945-0650, ext. 2612.

We reserve the right to suspend, expel or deny participation in any program or facility to any person whose behavior materially interferes or disrupts the quality of those offerings, the enjoyment of them by other participants or the ability of staff to conduct or manage the activities or facilities. A child’s parent or guardian will be notified of the first incident; the second incident shall require the presence of a parent at a meeting with the instructor and a Park District administrator/ supervisor; a third incident may result in the expulsion or suspension of the child from the program, event or facility.

DID YOU KNOW...????? Deerfield Park District encompasses 203 acres of parks that include playgrounds, shelters, athletic fields, open space, natural areas and more. There are 20 parks that provide open space and amenities. Outdoor areas include a nature area, exercise course, walking and jogging paths, shelters and even a cross country ski area at the golf course. Additionally, the golf course spans approximately 155 acres.

If a child engages in behavior(s) which may result in bodily harm to others, an immediate meeting with the parent may be called. If such behavior warrants it, immediate suspension or expulsion may result. Temporary suspension from participation due to misconduct will not entitle participant to a refund.

Twenty-one playgrounds are available for our younger residents. For sports enthusiasts, there are ball diamonds, courts and fields, pools, skate park, disc golf course, exercise course and ice skating and cross country skiing areas. (See chart and map at the back of this brochure for complete listing of areas and facilities).

An adult shall receive one verbal or written warning. The second incident may result in suspension from the program, event or facility. If an adult physically strikes a person or object, throws an object at another person, takes any action that may pose a real threat of bodily harm to others, or is verbally abusive to others, s/he may immediately be suspended or expelled from the program or facility.

HANDICAPPED PARKING Please respect the signs reserving spaces for persons with a disability found throughout the park district.

PARK RENTALS/PERMITS: PURCHASE OF A PERMIT IS ENCOURAGED for Picnics, Gatherings, Parties, etc. (especially for large groups or organizations). Park Amenities

PHOTO PERMISSION... Our staff often take pictures at programs and events for brochures and other publicity materials. Most people are delighted to see themselves or their family members in our publications. Photographers from newspapers or television stations may also take pictures on occasion. We welcome the coverage, and hope you do too; it is frequently how the public learns what is happening at the Park District. If, however, you prefer your family members’ pictures not be taken, please indicate so on the registration form and call the park district at 945-0650.

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PERMITS Due to the popularity of park site use, advance purchase of a permit is highly advised –especially for large groups & organizations.

FIREPLACE AT JEWETT PARK SHELTER You may include the use of the outdoor fireplace with your Jewett Park Shelter rental. With at least 48-hour notice to approve a permit, your entire family can enjoy full access to playgrounds, barbecue grills, pavilions, and other park amenities. Call Mark at 572-2623 for your permit. Please remember that alcoholic beverages are not permitted in any of our parks. Residents may request park permits beginning on March 3. Non residents may request park permits beginning on April 1. Please call the park district at 847-572-2623 for current rates.

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Rentals & Permits • Tree House Welcome to the Tree House Indoor Playground –at the Community Center

FACILITY RENTALS Many rooms, areas, and facilities are available for private or group rentals –some with banquet* and party capabilities! Please call the involved facility for details. Deerfield Golf Club* Jewett Park Community Center Patty Turner Center* Sachs Recreation Center Swimming Pools (see Pool Rental information in Swimming Sect. of this brochure.)

945-8333 945-0650 940-4010 572-2600 945-0650

As a courtesy to other patrons, please do not bring food or drink into the Tree House.

PICNIC PERMITS & KITS Picnic Permit Rates

DROP-IN INFORMATION

Rates apply to individuals, as well as nonprofit and corporate groups, and reflect a four-hour reservation time. Additional time after four hours is available at a rate of $10/hr. Call 847-945-0650 for details.

Picnic Kits We can help make your picnic or outing an extra special event. We’ve put together some terrific Picnic Fun Kits to help make your day!

Our kits include: z z z z z z z z z z z

Your children will love the Tree House on the upper level of the Jewett Park Community Center. The kids will enjoy the eight foot tube slide, mountain climb, spring walk, web crawl and double cush-n-cube bags, not to mention other intriguing attractions to stimulate young imaginations. Children like to jump and climb, pretend and be challenged. The Tree House provides all those opportunities to children who are at least three years old and less than 4-feet tall.

Mon., Wed., & Friday Tuesday & Thursday Saturday Sunday

9:15 - 11 AM 3 - 5 PM 10 AM - 12PM 1 - 3PM

WINTER BREAK EXTENDED HOURS: December 19-23 & 26-30 Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM DROP-IN FEES

4 Horseshoes and 2 Stakes 4 Badminton Racquets and Birdies 1 Football 1 Kick Ball 1 Volleyball Set 2 Softballs and 2 Bats 1 Equipment Bag 1 Frisbee 1 Net 1 Soccer Ball 1 Set of Bases

Punch Card: $17 for 10 visits Daily Admission: $2/child Daily fees are collected by the Tree House attendant. You may purchase punch cards at the JPCC registration office. (Parents are free.) An attendant will be present to punch your card. You are required to pay the daily admission fee no matter what time you enter or leave the Tree House.

A deposit of $30 is refundable upon the return of the equipment in good condition. People will be charged for lost or broken items in the kits. Each registration form has an itemized list for all the equipment in the kit. You must rent the entire kit and we will not break up kits for specific pieces of equipment.

Drop-in hours will end for the summer on Memorial Day. The Treehouse will continue with Drop-in hours after Labor Day.

PARTY RENTAL PACKAGES Max: 25 Basic Package • Use of Tree House for 90 minutes. • Supervisor to monitor the use of the play equipment. • Renter is responsible for any games or other activities you wish to do. • Renter may bring in cake and drinks only. No other food is allowed. Cost: $160 Deluxe Package • 90 minutes in the Tree House • Two party coordinators will assist with your party, serve refreshments, pass out goodie bags and clean up • We provide table clothes, white paper goods and plasticware. • Renter is responsible for the cake, food, refreshments and goodie bags. Cost: $195 TREEHOUSE RENTAL INFORMATION You may rent the Tree House Indoor Playground for birthday parties or play groups. Children must be turning three or older. We require a $25 party deposit fee which will be refunded after the party only if you: (1) exit the room on time and (2) stay within the 25 participants maximum stated in your party contract. The following dates are NOT available for Tree House rentals: November 22-27 and December 19, 2011 - January 3, 2012. The TreeHouse is CLOSED for “Drop-In” from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Basic and Deluxe Parties are offered during this time period.

All rental requests are subject to staff availability. Call 945-0650 for information.

All kits are available on a first-come, firstserved basis, and you must give us at least 48 hours of notice. Picnic Kit Rental Fees Resident Nonresident

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Birthday Parties Pick a Party, Create a Special Event with our Staff or Rent Space & DIY - CALL: 847-572-2628!

Birthday Parties at two great locations

Swimming Party at SRC

Jewett Park Comm. Cntr.–JPCC (weekends) Sachs Recreation Center–SRC

Age: 6+ yrs. Staff: SRC Max: 25 Fee: $225 (1 hr. pool rental/1.5 hr. party room rental. +$25/hr. if more than 25 people)

• Set-up is 15 minutes before party. • For 1.5 hr. parties: Coordinator spends about 45 min. in an activity with children. Incl.: Room/tables/ chairs. • Due to maintenance, events or holidays, there are no rentals/parties at JPCC on the following dates: Nov. 22-27 and Dec. 19-Jan. 3 • No toys or equipment are available for use except those which are provided with party package. • Live animal entertainment is prohibited. • Full payment is required within 7 days of issuing the contract or you may lose your rental time. • Parties may be booked 60 days prior to the month requested (e.g., for a party anytime during September, you may call beginning July 1). • Parties must be booked no less than 14 days ahead. • Parties are subject to room and instructor availability. Park District programs have priority in scheduling. • Nonresidents must pay nonresident fees. • The Park District reserves the right to reassign scheduled rooms without notice. • Host provides invitations and goodie bags. • An additional $50 deposit is required at time that contract is signed. Deposit will be returned approximately two weeks after the party, if; 1. room is left in satisfactory condition; 2. party is concluded within time frame of rental agreement; 3. no outside food (except for cake and beverages) is brought in; and 4. max. number of children is not exceeded.

Food Packages Delivered to you The below Food Packages may be ordered and delivered to your party room at the time you designate. Other than a Birthday Cake, no outside food is allowed; otherwise, your deposit will be forfeited. Pizza: $15 for X-Large Il Forno’s cheese pizza (10 pie-shaped pieces). Plates and napkins provided. Party host must supply beverages. Hot Dog Meal: (available only at Sachs Recreation Center parties). Hot dog, fries and a small fountain soda for $5.50 per person.

Pool party guests can splash and play with friends at their own private pool. All guests must be in swimsuits and bring their own towel. Ratio of one adult in swim attire for every 7 children under the age of 9 is required.

Mad Science Birthday at JPCC Staff: Mad Science of Northern Illinois Age: 6-12 years: Fee: $225R/260NR (up to 20); Fee: $270R/300NR (21 to 30 children) Age: 4 & 5 years: $225R/260NR (up to 20) If your child is crazy about science, or if you’re looking for a different type of party, this one is perfect! Combine spectacular demonstrations and hands-on science fun with everyone making a take-home project. Other options at an additional charge include rocket launches bubbling potions, lasers, and more.

“Art Attack” Birthday at JPCC

Rhythmic Gymnastics Party at SRC

Age: 5+ yrs. Staff: Krasney Max: 20 Fee: $165R/180NR +$2.50/child/materials A great party for little artists! Children create a watercolor/craypas masterpiece suitable for framing. Birthday child helps pick the theme (castles, animals, etc.) Kids love this party.

Age: 4+ yrs. Max: 25 Fee: $190 Staff: North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastic

Lego® Maniac Party at JPCC

Include music, dance, tumbling and creativity in your child’s party this year! Our coaches provide all participants with basic gymnastic instruction, while allowing them to have fun with ribbons, balls, hoops ropes and dance.

Age: 6+ yrs. Staff: Weis Fee: $195R/220NR (18 children) Your child and guests will be entertained with games and activities using more than 10,000 Lego building bricks and accessories. Talk with the party coordinator for project ideas.

Games & Sports Birthday at SRC Age: 4-6 yrs. Staff: Brand Fee: $180R/205NR (up to 20 children) For energetic youngsters who love to move around, we can customize a sports party that can include floor hockey, an obstacle course, basketball, games, and other athletic activities. There will be loads of fun for everyone!

Beauty Day Birthday at JPCC Age: 5+ yrs. Fee: 1.5 Hrs.: 195R/235NR (up to 20 children); Fee: 2 Hrs.: $235R/ 260NR (21-25) Plus $3/child materials fee Hairdo, nail polish...who needs a spa? We all like to look our best and this party is lots of fun for fashion conscious young ladies!

Energy Dance Birthday at JPCC/SRC Girls Hip Hop & Boys Break-dancing Parties Age: 4+ yrs. Staff: Energy Productions Fee: $190R/$215NR Max: 25 Dance with Energy Productions to your favorite songs. Follow along to interactive dances such as The Car Wash, Cha-Cha Slide, Hoedown Throwdown. Learn choreography to the newest pop/dance songs, free style dancing and circle break-dancing. Enjoy party games such as freeze dance, hula hoop contests or theme parties such as HS Musical, PJ, Sock Hop, and more.

Have questions or don’t see exactly what you’re looking for? Call 847-945-0650 and let us put our resources to work and design that very special party!

Note: Food orders must be confirmed seven days prior to party date.

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Parties; Banquets; Rentals & More

BANQUET, PARTY & SPECIAL OCCASION RENTALS

BIRTHDAY Packages - continued

Magic Party with Gary Kantor

Cooking Birthday at JPCC

Age: 4+ Max: 30 Location: JPCC Staff: Gary Kantor Fees: $255R / $290/NR

Age: 5-11 Staff: Jennifer Noone Max: 20 Fee: $290 (incl. all ingredients/baking equipt.) Awaken everyone’s inner chef by hosting a fun and creative custom cooking party! You pick the food topic and we provide the chef and aprons! The tastiest birthday party around!

Tennis Party at SRC Age: 7+ yrs. Max: 20 Staff: First Serve Staff Fee: $240/hr. for 2 Pros, plus Party Room for addtl. 1/2 hour Boys and girls will “love” this party. Drills and games set the tone with our experienced tennis instructor. Designed for fun, your guests will learn about the game of tennis and try their ground strokes, volleys and serves in an exciting atmosphere. Get ready for a workout!

Make your party unique, entertaining, and memorable with the incredible magic of Gary Kantor. You will see vanishing acts, card tricks, mind-reading, and much more! All shows are interactive - your child will come up on stage and become a Junior Magician right before your eyes. Lots of audience participation and laughter. Appropriate for ages 4 and up.

Location: JPCC

For: 3+ years

Party Rental Packages

Age: 4+ yrs. Max: 15 Staff: Yoga Bash Fee: $225R/263NR +$6/child for yoga mat

House of Speed Birthday Parties

Fee: $240

Enjoy a high energy, unforgettable birthday experience for your child’s birthday! All children receive a group Martial Arts Lesson, will learn to break their own board and be treated to a short demonstration by the Master. The birthday cake can be cut with a samurai sword.

Mind Body Fun – a completely unique experience as we energize and invigorate the kids through age-appropriate yoga poses, songs and games. We use yoga inspired crafts, music and movement to spark creativity and sharpen concentration. Includes invitations.

Ceramics Party with Richard Cohen Age: 6+ Max: 15 Location: JPCC Staff: Richard Cohen Fees: $ 195R /$ 220NR Working with Richard to create a special ceramics birthday creation. Each child will build and glaze an independent project decided on in advance. Projects will be available for pick-up at the community center the following week

Outdoor deck / patio area at DGC

Max: 25

Yoga Bash Birthday at JPCC or SRC

Age: 4+ yrs. Max: 25 Staff: KH Kim’s Taekwondo

Party room at SRC

TREE HOUSE Indoor Playground

Basic Package • Use of Tree House for 90 minutes. • Supervisor to monitor the use of the play equipment. • Renter is responsible for any games or other activities you wish to do. • Renter may bring in cake and drinks only. No other food is allowed. Cost: $160 Deluxe Package • 90 minutes in the Tree House • Two party coordinators will assist with your party, serve refreshments, pass out goodie bags and clean up • We provide table clothes, white paper goods and plasticware. • Renter is responsible for the cake, food, refreshments and goodie bags. Cost: $195

Taekwondo Party at SRC

Facilities (gyms, pools, courts, golf clubhouse, banquet rooms, shelters and more) are available for Party Rentals, Banquets, Meetings, Tournaments & More!

Age: 7-18 yrs.

1 of 3 gyms at SRC available to rent.

For ADULT venues, besides rental spaces at SRC and JPCC, the Patty Turner Center (PTC) and the Deerfield Golf Club (DGC) offer beautiful facilities and amenities for meetings, banquets and outings.

Staff: House of Speed

Kids enjoy a full hour of fun while working up a sweat and improving their speed, agility, and running form. Great for boys and girls. We show the attendees how to warm up and run properly and get faster. We play several speed/ agility games to keep it fun. The birthday boy or girl gets a special gift too. Schedule is modified to be age appropriate. For more info, visit: http://houseofspeed.com/northshore. We can even send out invitations for you!

Fee: 10 or less (typical for “too cool” teenagers) $225R/$250NR; 25 or less $275R/$300NR; 35 or less (for those active youngsters with big families) $325R/$350NR

Banquet at PTC JEWETT PARK COMMUNITY CENTER – JPCC 836 Jewett Park Dr., Deerfield • 847-945-0650 info@deerfieldparks.org • deerfieldparks.org SACHS RECREATION CENTER – SRC 455 Lake Cook Road, Deerfield • 847-572-2600 info@SachsRecCenter.org • SachsRecCenter.org PATTY TURNER CENTER – PTC (adult venues) 375 Elm, Deerfield • 847-940-4010 info@PattyTurnerCenter.org • PattyTurnerCenter.org DEERFIELD GOLF CLUB & LEARNING CENTER – DGC 1201 Saunders, Riverwoods • 847-945-8333 info@deerfieldgolf.org • deerfieldgolf.org

Adults and non-participating youth are free (unless they want to participate and get faster)

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Special Events

Polar Express - #123301

Mother - Daughter Spa Night - #123302

All Aboard! Experience a storybook holiday event as we travel from the Deerfield Train Station to meet Santa and some of your favorite holiday “friends.” Refreshments will be served. Be sure to bring your cameras because this will be a most memorable event for both you and your child(ren). As space is limited, you must register in advance for this Polar Express event!

NOTE: this event is open to children up to age 12 & parent / family member

Moms & Daughters: enjoy an evening together as you relax and pamper yourself at Spa Night, hosted by Whole Foods. Make a refreshing milk bath, soothing bath salts and a revitalizing perfume. Kids will create their own unique line of beauty products and have snacks. We’ll decorate a dessert of your choice. Attendees will take home the items created during the party. Location: JPCC Min/Max: 6/15

Instructor: TBA Age: 4-6

Location: JPCC Instructors: TBA Sect. 01

Date 12/4

Set aside the 3rd Friday each month for swimming in the pool, basketball in the Bulls gym, or hanging out with friends in the game room or Retro Café.

HONK! is directed by Adam Busch. Music directed by Marty Karlin. Choreography by Brittany Barnwell. HONK! is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials also supplied by MTI. 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019 Phone 212-5414684 FAX:212-397-4684 www.MTIshows.com If you are interested in an enriching volunteer opportunity or need additional information about Deerfield Family Theater, HONK!, or other programs/performances, please visit our website: www.deerfieldfamilytheater.com or call Susan Redondo at 847-223-2659.

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Date 1/29

Day (#cl) Su (1)

Time 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Throwing, Finishing & Glazing - #252605

Date (# cl) 1/21-1/28 (2) 2/11-2/18 (2) 3/10-3/17 (2)

Day Sa Sa Sa

Time 1:00 - 4:00 pm 1:00 - 4:00 pm 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Theater D returns for it’s 6th season with:

Join us for an evening of entertainment, drinks, desserts! Performance is geared for adult and teen audiences.

Location: Caruso Middle School 1801 Montgomery Drive, Deerfield Day/Date/Time: Friday, Nov. 11, 18: 7:30P; Nov. 12, 19: 1:00P & 7:30P; Nov. 13, 20: 2:00P Cost: Tickets are $17 each

Learn to create a ceramic platter. Students will then apply this knowledge to complete a heart platter with the design of their choice. This makes a great valentine gift. Parents must remain to help child complete project.

Sect. 01 02 03

The Foreigner

Get your tickets now for Deerfield Family Theater’s great family-oriented 2011 show!

Min/Max: : 6/10 Fee: $34

For: Grade 4 through Adult Min/Max: 2/3 Staff: Richard Cohen Fee: $105 Join Richard in this two day throwing workshop. On the first Sunday you will learn the basic techniques of throwing and designing with lots of one-on-one attention. On the following Sunday you will decorate your thrown piece with a variety of glazing finishes and techniques.

Middle School Parties at SRC

HONK!

For: All Ages Staff: Richard Cohen

Min/Max: 20/110

Day Time Fee Res/NR Su 1:00-3:30P $15/22 per person

Sect. Date (# cl) Day Time Res/NR 01 11/10 (1) Th 6:30-8:00P $18/27 per person

For: Middle School Students Day: Friday Dates: Dec. 16 Time: 7:00-9:00P Cost: $5 admission Food/Beverages: available for purchase upstairs in the Retro Café

Mosaic Heart Platters Workshop - #252606

AUDITIONS: For: Adults 18 years and up only Location: JPCC Day/Date/Time: Thurs., Dec. 8, 7:00P and Sat., Dec. 10, 1:00P Call Backs: Sun., Dec. 11, 1:00P

Holiday Workshop - #252606 For: Grade 4 through Adult Min/Max: 2/3 Staff: Richard Cohen Fee: $34 Join Richard’s Holiday Workshop and create unique and fun holiday decorations. Each participant (children and adults) may choose to work side-by-side or together. Build your holiday decorations with your favorite themes for friends and family . Sect. 02

Date (# cl) 12/4 (1)

Day Su

Time 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Directed by Debra Goldman THE FOREIGNER is produced with special arrangement with Dramatist Play Service, Inc., New York. Originally produced by the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. PERFORMANCES: at Patty Turner Center For: Adults / Older Teen audiences Day/Date: Fri., Sat. & Sun: March 9-11 and March 16-18 Time: Friday & Saturday: 8:00P; Sunday: 3:00P For more information, call Producer Donna Price: 847-940-1890 (evenings)

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Special Events & Holiday Happenings – Youth & Teens November & December Happenings For Grades 1-8: Children should be dropped off and picked-up at the JEWETT PARK COMMUNITY CENTER. Double check trip information to determine lunch needs. All Children must be picked up by 6:00 pm.

Location: All Pick Ups & Drop Offs at JPCC Instructor: After School Club staff Min/Max: 5/40 (unless marked)

DECEMBER: Enchanted Castle - #153311 Have fun with us and your friends at the Enchanted Castle in Lombard. You’ll get pizza, soda, 15 game tokens, unlimited miniature golf and bumper cars, and one game of lazer tag. Sect. Date Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR 01 12/19 M (1) 10:30A-3:30P $40/50

Safari Land - #153315 Safari Land, Villa Park is our exotic destination for bowling, video games and riding bumper cars. Pizza and soda will be provided for lunch. Sect. Date Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR 01 12/20 Tu (1) 10:00A-3:30P $45/56

Nickel City - #153313 Travel with us to Nickel City in Northbrook to play the hottest video and redemption games. Each child will receive $10.00 in nickels and there are also 30 games that are free to play! Pizza and soda will be provided for lunch.

NOVEMBER: 2BU Studios - #153325 At 2BU studios every kid is a Rock Star! Students will be able to try different activities such as singing in their recording studio, performing in an interactive virtual green screen game, drawing basic comic book characters, and participating in creative writing activities. Please eat lunch prior to this trip. Sect. Date 01 11/11

Day (# cl) Time F (1) 12:00-3:00P

Fee: R/NR $27/33

Sect. Date Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR 01 12/21 W (1) 11:00A-3:30P $30/42

Odyssey Fun World- # 153312 Odyssey Fun World in Naperville 56,000 square feet of video games, laser tag, bumper boats, and more. Each child will receive 20 tokens and pizza and soda for lunch. You may bring extra money to purchase additional tokens. Sect. Date Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR 01 12/22 Th (1) 10:00A-4:00P $45/56

Rinkside Sports in Gurnee - #153314 Enjoy a little bit of everything and a whole lot of fun! We’ll ice skate and play video games. You choose to play either laser tag or miniature golf. Plus, there’s pizza and soda for lunch. Sect. Date Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR 01 12/28 W (1) 10:00A-3:00P $43/53

Laser Quest- #153309 Have a great time with your friends at Laser Quest in Arlington Heights. Enjoy three fastpaced games of laser tag. Please bring a sack lunch and drink. Sect. Date Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR 01 12/29 Th (1) 10:00A-2:30P $39/49

Ring in the New Year at Jewett - #153310 Ladies & Gentleman: ring in the New Year at Jewett! Celebrate with all your friends before 2011 is over. We will eat popcorn and watch a movie. Please bring a sack lunch and drink. Sect. Date Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR 01 12/30 F (1) 10:00A-2:30P $20/25

Extended Care for December Holiday Happenings - #153302 Sect. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

Date 12/19 12/20 12/21 12/22 12/23 12/27 12/28 12/29 12/30

Day (# cl) M (1) Tu (1) W (1) Th (1) F (1) Tu (1) W (1) Th (1) F (1)

Time 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P

Fee: R/NR $20/25 $20/25 $20/25 $20/25 $20/25 $20/25 $20/25 $20/25 $20/25

Go Bananas - #153304 Go Bananas in Norridge. We’ll monkey around for a while! Join us rain or shine: It’s indoors with thrilling rides and tons of fun games! Pizza and soda provided for lunch. Sect. Date 01 11/22

Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR Tu (1) 10:00A-3:00P $45/56

Sunshine Crafts & Swimming - #153324 Sunshine Crafts brings out the artist in everyone! Each child will choose their own piece of art to paint, glaze, glitter and bring home. Afterwards, we will head to the pool for open swim. Please bring a swim suit, towel, change of clothes, sack lunch, and drink. Sect. Date 01 11/23

Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR W (1) 10:00A-2:30P $22/28

Holiday Bash at Jewett - # 153307 Celebrate your favorite holiday happening at Jewett! We will do arts and crafts, watch a holiday movie, and weather permitting, build snow forts and play in the park. Please bring a sack lunch, drink, and weather appropriate clothing if child desires to go outside. Sect. Date Day (# cl) Time Fee: R/NR 01 12/23 F (1) 10:00A-2:30P $20/25

Marriott Theater - # 153323 We’re off to the Marriott Theater to see Seussical The Musical (Dr. Seuss). Then, we head back to the park district for a pizza and soda lunch. Sign up early as tickets are limited. Min 5/Max 25 Sect. Date Day (# cl) Time 01 12/27 Tu (1) 9:00A-1:00P

Holiday Sports Camp - #233008 Boys and girls interested in some holiday competition will play a variety of sports, including soccer, kickball, wiffleball and basketball. There will be a break for lunch and time spent swimming in the Sachs Recreation Center indoor pool. Sportsmanship, teamwork, and having fun will be stressed during this camp. Location: SRC Min/Max: 20/50 Instructor: Deerfield Park Dist. Staff Sec Gr Date (# cl) Day Time Res/NR 01 1-2 12/19 -12/22 (4) M-Th 9A-2P $80/120 02 3-5 12/27-12/30 (4) Tu-F 9A-2P $80/120

Fee: R/NR $35/44

Extended Care for November Holiday Happenings - #153326 Sect. 03 04 05

Date 11/11 11/22 11/23

Day (# cl) F (1) Tu (1) W (1)

Time 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P

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Fee: R/NR $20/25 $20/25 $20/25

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Special Events

Mom/Son Sport Night - #223301 (Sect. #01)

Daddy Daughter Dinner Dance - #223303 (Sect. #01)

Hey, boys! Bring your moms and join us for an evening of sports, a snack, entertainment and fun! You can team up to win prizes in sports, contests, play games, and chow down on a treat. Honor your favorite sport’s team by coming dressed in their team colors or jersey. Each team player will receive rewards. A souvenir photo provides a lasting memory for a terrific evening with Mom.

Western Celebration! Dads bring your daughter(s) and join us for some fun in a Western environment. Put on your Western attire and enjoy an evening full of dinner, entertainment and some square dancing. A souvenir photo will provide lasting memories of this night.

For: Date: Time: Place: Fee:

Grades K - 5, girls with Dad Sunday, February 26 5:30 - 8 pm Patty Turner Center $24/personR ~ $48/coupleR $36/personNR ~ $72/coupleNR Max/Min: 40 couples / 30 couples

For: Date/Time: Place: Fee:

Max/Min:

4 - 10 year-old boys with Mom Friday, Mar. 16, 6:30 - 8:15 pm Sachs Recreation Center $18/person-Resident $36/couple-Resident $29/person- NonRes $58/couple-Non Res 30 couples/20 couples

Spring Break Sports Camp #333008 for Grades 1-5 Boys and girls interested in some spring break competition will be playing a wide variety of competitive sports, including soccer, kickball, wiffleball, and basketball. There will be a break for lunch and there will be time spent swimming in the Sachs Recreation Center pool. Sportsmanship, teamwork, and having fun will be stressed during this camp.

Location: SRC Min/Max: 10/40 Instructor: Deerfield Park Dist. Staff Sect. Date (# cl) Day 01 3/26-3/30 (5) M-F

Time Fee: R/NR 9:00A-2:00P $95/140

Sign up early… some events fill up quickly.

“For Kids’ Only” Flea Market - #253302 Dates: Saturday, March 3 Time: 1-3 pm (set-up at noon) Location: JPCC Fee: $4/large table; $2/small table Min/Max: : 15/40

WINTER DAYS OUT TRIPS and Extended Care:

Calling all young entrepreneurs in grades K-8! Recycle old games, books, toys, stuffed animals, sports equipment, trading cards, etc.. (No bikes or baby equipment!) All merchandise should be in good condition and complete. The Deerfield Park District is not responsible for the condition of any merchandise sold at the “For Kids Only” Flea Market. Baked Goods will be allowed, but must be individually wrapped for sale. Kids will price and sell their merchandise to interested buyers. Negotiating is allowed and part of the fun. All booths must be manned by children. (Parents may supervise younger children, but not run booths.) All merchandise must belong to children. Please do not consider this an event to clean out your closets or garages. Sect. Gr Date (# cl) Day Time Fee 01 K-8 3/3 (1) Sa see above see above

Hollywood Park - #253325

Location: (meeting, pick up & drop off): JEWETT PARK COMMUNITY CNTR. Instructor: After School Club Staff Min/Max: 5/40

Enjoy Casimir Pulaski Day on a trip with your friends to Hollywood Park in Crestwood. Hollywood Park has more than 150 sport and redemptive games plus miniature golf and the fun, interactive game Frogger. Pizza and soda will be provided for lunch.

Sidelined at Sachs - #253324

Sect. Gr Date (# cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1-8 3/5 (1) M 10:00A-4:00P $47/57

Get ready for a fun-filled day at the Sachs Recreation Center. We will play on the “Bulls Court” and have a NEOS tournament. Please bring a lunch and drink.

Extended Care - #253326

Sect. Gr Date (# cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1-8 1/16 (1) M 10:00A-2:00P $31/44

Gameworks- #253328 Gameworks in Schaumburg is the latest and greatest in video games, virtual reality, sky pirates, Hollywood bowling, Indy cars, and so much more. You’ll get two full hours of game play plus carnival credits. Please eat lunch prior to this trip. Sect. Gr Date (# cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1-8 2/20 (1) M 9:00A-3:00P $52/67

Children should be dropped off and picked up at the Jewett Park Community Center. Double check the trip information to determine lunch needs. All Children should be picked up by 6:00 PM. TO ENROLL IN EXTENDED CARE YOU MUST BE ENROLLED IN THE CORRESPONDING TRIP. Sect. 01 02 03 04

Gr 1-8 1-8 1-8 1-8

Date (# cl) 1/16 (1) 2/20 (1) 2/21 (1) 3/5 (1)

Day M M Tu M

Time 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P 8:00A-6:00P

Res/NR $22/$26 $22/$26 $22/$26 $22/$26

Half-Day Happenings - #253327 Bowling & Ceramics Festival #253329

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This new event offers a great combination of sports and crafts. The day is filled with bowling, fun games and ceramics. Please bring a lunch and drink.

What do you do on a half day off of school? Simple! Come to the Deerfield Park District for games and fun. A variety of games, activities, and fun projects will be offered. Half-Day Happenings –not half bad!

Sect. Gr Date (# cl) Day 01 1-8 2/21 (1) Tu

Sect. Gr Date (# cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1-5 1/13 (1) F 11:40A-6:00P $39

Time R/NR 10:00A-3:00P $34/43

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Deerfield Park District Preschool –for children 2.5 - 5 years of age Our Philosophy

Lunch Bunch:

We are a developmental program designed so that children learn to play and play to learn. We believe that through play and problem solving, children learn the basic skills necessary to achieve–socially, emotionally, intellectually, physically and creatively. Our well-rounded curriculum includes opportunities in math, science and nature, literacy, language and listening, dramatic play and daily outdoor play.

For our Preschool participants ONLY, a “Lunch Bunch” program is offered for those needing to bridge the time gap between certain programs and the Preschool program. Preschool participants will receive a handout with days, times, cost and more information.

Age Requirements:

Preschool Enrichment - #221630

2-1/2-year old program: Child must be 3 years old by March 1, 2013. 3-year old program: Child must turn 3 years old by Sept. 1, 2012 4-year old program: Child must turn 4 years old by Sept. 1, 2012

Staff Co-Directors: Cindy Wolf, Lynn Braun Administrative Assistant: Tricia Conroy

Preschool Staff: Our dedicated, experienced teachers are early childhood educators, committed to helping children develop to their fullest potential. We are proud of maintaining a low studentteacher ratio. Specialists in art and music enhance your child’s preschool experience. Our intergenerational program, “Growing Together,” provides a welcome addition to many of our classrooms.

Registration: Registration will be in January for the 2012-13 school year. The LOTTERY DEADLINE is Jan. 6, 2012, at 5:00 p.m. WALK-IN REGISTRATION BEGINS Jan. 23. After that date, you may register your child at any time if there are openings. Please use the park district registration form in this brochure. Proof of age is required at time of registration.

Children enrolled in our 4 year old Preschool program may enroll in this new class that extends our preschool philosophy: “children learn to play and play to learn.” Children will go directly to or from Preschool and participate in songs, crafts, games and motor activities. Six times during the session the group will participate in a “special” such as art, cooking or exercise that will be taught by one of our talented staff. Students must bring a sack lunch. Age: children in our 4 year old Preschool Location: JPCC Min/Max 6/20 Sect. Dates (#cl) Day Time Res/NR 01 1/6-3/23 (12) F 11:15A-1:30P $255/$379 02 1/6-3/23 (12) F 10:15A-12:30P $255/$379

School Calendar

Special Preschool features • low teacher to child ratios • experienced early childhood educators • lessons by art & music specialists • indoor & outdoor large motor play • morning & afternoon sessions • 2-, 3-, 4- and 5- day options • local & reasonably priced • adjacent, fenced preschool playground • on-site “Extend the Day–Play,” “Lunch Bunch,” “Preschool Enrichment” & other classes for Preschool-age children.

Tuition The first monthly tuition payment is due at the time of registration. Please see chart below for monthly tuition. The total amount of the first monthly tuition payment is a non-refundable and non-transferrable deposit. The remaining tuition may be paid in full at the time of registration or in eight monthly payments beginning July 1, 2012 and ending February 1, 2013.

September 2012–May 2013 We follow the ho1liday schedule for School District 109. Students will receive information about our “Lunch Bunch” program which follows morning and precedes afternoon Preschool sessions. Note: the above symbol indicates “with lunch” or that you may register to extend your child’s day of learning, friendships & play.

School Hours Morning hours 2-1/2 year olds: 3 and 4 year olds: Afternoon hours 3 and 4 year olds:

9:00 - 11:00 AM 8:45 - 11:15 AM 12:30 - 3:00 PM

For more information or a tour, please call the Preschool directly at 847-572-2634.

www.deerfieldparks. org

NO Online Registration is available for this program.

Deerfield Park District Preschool – #525212 –Classes and Tuition PROGRAM

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TIME

MONTHLY TUITION R/NR

YEARLY TUITION R/NR

2-1/2 year olds 2 days/week

525212

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M/Tu

9:00 - 11:00 AM

$188/198

$1692/1782

3 year olds 3 days/week 4 days/week

525212 525212

03 04

W/Th/F M/Tu/W/Th

8:45 - 11:15 AM 12:30 - 3:00 PM

$275/292 $348/368

$2475/2638 $3132/3312

4 year olds 4 days/week 5 days/week 5 days/week

525212 525212 525212

05 06 07

Tu/W/Th/F M-F M-F

8:45 - 11:15 AM 8:45 - 11:15 AM 12:30 - 3:00 PM

$348/368 $404/430 $404/430

$3132/3312 $3636/3870 $3636/3870

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KINDER CLUB Before- and After- Kindergarten Care

FEE SCHEDULE 2011 – 2012 Kinder Club #551651

KINDER CLUB OPERATION HOURS AM Kinder Club: 8:45A - approx. 12:30P PM Kinder Club: approx. 11:25A - 3:15P PM Extended Care: 3:15 - 6:00P

3 WEEKLY SCHEDULE OPTIONS FOR AM AND PM KINDER CLUB 2 day option: Tuesday and Thursday 3 day option: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5 day option: Monday – Friday Deerfield Park District is pleased to provide KINDER CLUB, a multifaceted Before- and After- Kindergarten enrichment program, during the 2011-2012 school year. Based on the philosophy that children learn through play and experience, Kinder Club is designed to spark children’s interest in a variety of activities while they grow in confidence and self-esteem. Kinder Club activities will change as the year progresses to help children develop new perspectives. A wide selection of activities, equipment and experiences promote many new skills and interests. Daily activities will encourage development of language, gross motor, small motor, thinking, social and emotional skills. These skills are the foundation for future formal learning. Children will work and play with others. They will solve problems, express feelings and generate ideas in a happy yet challenging environment where they can explore their expanding world.

• Nutritionally balanced snacks and hot lunch provided daily. • Transportation to or from Sachs Recreation Center and District 109 elementary school on a supervised, seat belt equipped school bus. • Kinder Club follows the same holiday calendar that District 109 has established. • To maintain daily staffing to student ratio’s switching or substituting attendance days is not possible.

Day (# days) Tu, Th (2) M, W, F (3) M-F (5)

Time 8:45A-12:30P 8:45A-12:30P 8:45A-12:30P

Full Prog./Mo. $1827/$203 $2628/$292 $4437/$493

PM KINDER CLUB Sect. 07 08 09

Day (# days) Tu, Th (2) M, W, F (3) M-F (5)

Time 11:25A-3:15P 11:25A-3:15P 11:25A-3:15P

Full Prog./Mo. $1827/$203 $2628/$292 $4437/$493

PM EXTENDED CARE Sect. 10 11 12

PROGRAM SPECIFICS FOR ALL OPTIONS:

Day (# days) Tu, Th (2) M, W, F (3) M-F (5)

Time 3:15-6:00P 3:15-6:00P 3:15-6:00P

Full Prog./Mo. $774/$86 $1080/$120 $1575/$175

The program fee may be paid in full at time of registration or a deposit equal to one month program fee is required. The balance of the program fee can be made in eight (8) additional monthly payments beginning August 1, 2011 and ending March 1, 2012. An automated installment billing program is available. The total amount of the deposit is non-refundable/non-transferable. For more information, contact Deerfield Park District at 847-945-0650

KINDER Days Off Looking for something your kindergarten-age child will enjoy on a day off of school? Check out these new options (modeled after our “holiday happenings” for grades 1-8). Extended care options are available to stretch the fun from as early at 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. (See page 9 for Extended Care options #253302). Sect. Date

Group Circle Time Free Choice Time Music & Movement Small and Large Motor Activities Art Concepts and Easel Work Special Projects Other Special Weekly Activities include: Swim Lessons Tennis, Soccer, Basketball Science, Reading, Math Activities Dance/Gymnastics Sporting Activities

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Location: JPCC Min/Max: 6/40

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November 11 November 23 December 19 December 20 December 21 December 22 December 23 December 27 December 28 December 29 December 30

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9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P

$40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60

9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P

$40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60

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January 16 February 20 February 21 March 5

M M Tu M

Looking for activities on Kindergarten Days Off ? We’ve added options for you! For more information, contact Ginny at 847-572-2624 or email: ginnyw@ deerfieldparks.org.

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Early Childhood

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Important Information How can you help make your child’s playtime at the park district even better? • Leave older siblings at home so you can enjoy special time together • Make sure your child is the correct age by the first day of class. • Be on time to pick up your child so he/she doesn’t worry. • Keep your child at home if they are sick. Age requirement Children must be the correct age by the first day of class. About food allergies: Many of our preschool –as well as cooking and other– classes will serve food; therefore, it is imperative that you notify the full-time Recreation Supervisor of any food allergies or dietary restrictions your child may have. About medication: If your child may need to use medication (inhalers, epi-pen, etc.) during class time, a medication administration form must be completed, including physician’s signature. Forms are available at the Registration Office. Illness and Infectious Diseases: Please do not attend class nor send children who are ill to class. To prevent the spread of communicable diseases, such as strep, pink eye and fifth’s disease, parents should report any diagnosed cases to the park district office. If exposure to other participants occurred, a notification will be sent home.

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Yoga Cooking Art Dance Mom’s Break Games Alphabet Sports Swim

Kindermusik Cooking Art Dance Magic Girls Fun Storytelling Swim

Cooking Art Mom’s Break Wacky Wed. Tea Party Numbers/Read. Planes, Trains... Sports Swim

Playtime/ Legos Kindermusik Sports Cooking Art Kindermusik Art Dance Rhythmic Gymn. Dance 1st Experience Swim Magic World Travellers Mom’s Break Cooking Classics Sports/Taekwondo Swim ALL SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Parent & Tot Kindermusik-Village – #220005 Program stimulates cognitive, social, emotional and physical development. We will gently dance, touch/massage, explore objects, sing and move to nurture development. Multi-level activities encourage you to make creative choices as child grows form a lap baby to a crawler to a walker! Full-length CD, baby’s board book, visual stimulation banners, specially designed instrument and vinyl carry bag are included. Sess I: Cock-a-doodle-moo; Sess II: Dew Drops Location: JPCC Min/Max: 5/12 Ages: Newborn-16 mos. with parent Instructor: Sect. 01, 02: Diane Naftzger; Sect. 03, 04: Cathy Glickman Sect. 01 02 03 04 05 06

Date (# cl) 1/31-3/20 (8) 4/3-5/22 (8) 2/3-3/23 (8) 4/13-6/1 (8) 1/21-3/10 (8) 3/17-5/19 (8)

Please call Ginny Wiemerslage at 847-572-2624, for more information.

The above symbol is displayed on programs “with lunch” or for which you may register to extend your child’s day of learning, friendships & play. Children registered for our Deerfield Park District Preschool Program will also receive information about our “Lunch Bunch” program which follows morning preschool sessions and precedes afternoon sessions.

Days Tu Tu F F Sa Sa

Time 10:15-11:00A 10:15-11:00A 11:05-11:50A 11:05-11:50A 11:00-11:45A 11:00-11:45A

Fee $127 $127 $127 $127 $127 $127

No class: Sect 05: 3/3; Sect 06: 3/24, 3/31

Kindermusik Our Time - #220006

Location: JPCC Min/Max: 5/12 For ages: 18 mos. - 3.5 years w Parent(s) Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/24-5/1 (14) 02 1/28-5/19 (14) 03 2/3-5/11 (14) 04 2/3-5/11 (14) 05 1/24-5/1 (14)

Friday

Saturday

Mommy & Baby Yoga #292806

Based on recent child development research, Our Time addresses the whole child through singing, listening, moving and playing simple instruments. We will also explore sounds, play finger games and learn to “take turns” so social skills will blossom. Two CDs, two Music & Movement books, a home activity book, a pair of zig-zag blocks, and an insulated lunch carrying bag are included in the fee. “Away We Go”

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Monday

Days Time Tu 9:20-10:10A Sa 10:00-10:50A F 9:00-9:50A F 10:00-10:50A Tu 6:00-6:40P

Fee $220 $220 $220 $220 $220

No class: Sect 01, 05: 3/27; Sect 02: 3/3, 3/24, 3/31; Sect 03 & 04: 3/30

Class focuses on strengthening the spiritual, emotional and physical bond between parent and child, using interactive, slow-moving postures. Includes infant massage and exercises that assist the development of your child’s motor skills. Location: SRC for babies 4 wks.-crawling Instructor: Tanja Bungardt-Price Min/Max: 6/30 Sect. Dates (# cl) 01 1/9-2/13 (6)

Day Times Fees (R/NR) M 10:45-11:45A $83/$96

Parent & Tot Playtime - #220002 This parent ‘N’ tot class is designed for children 12-24 months old who are walking or are learning to walk, together with a parent or caregiver. While most activities are designed for a child who can walk, activities will help improve gross motor skills for all registrants through the use of our colorful climbing and crawling equipment, creative activities, and helpful development tips and articles. If you are unsure of your child’s readiness for the class or for more information, please call the Park District office. Location: JPCC Instructor: Laurie Katz Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/5-3/22 (12)

Age: 1-2 Min/Max: 6/10

Day Time Res/NR Th 10:30-11:15A $116/171

Parent/Tot Super Sports – #231106 Parents participate with, bond with, and have fun with their child, while learning a variety of sports. Great for simple motor skills such as, catching, throwing, batting, shooting, passing, and anything that involves hand-eye coordination. Play soccer, basketball, t-ball, hockey, and other sports. Equipment: Provided Location: SRC Age: 2-3 with parent Instructor: All Star Sports Min/Max: 6/16 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/14-2/11 (5) 02 1/14-2/11 (5) 03 2/25-3/24 (5) 04 2/25-3/24 (5)

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Day Sa Sa Sa Sa

Time 9:00-9:45A 9:45-10:30A 9:00- 9:45A 9:45-10:30A

Res/NR $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80

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Fun with Food - #221203

Mini Chefs - #221201 Cooking with an international flair will keep young chefs on their toes during this exciting class. We’ll have fun making a main course, dessert, or salad from a featured country, and even learn some new facts about the country and make a craft.

Creative Arts & Cooking Cooking Food Allergies, Medication and Other Important Information Food Allergies/Dietary Restrictions: Many of our preschool classes serve a snack each time they meet; therefore…it is imperative that you notify Ginny Wiemerslage at 847-572-2624 of any food allergies or dietary restrictions your child may have. Medication: If your child requires medication (inhaler, epi-pen, etc.) during class, medication administration forms must be completed. Please call our registration office (847-945-0650) for details. Thank you for your cooperation! Illness: Please do not send children who are ill to class. Infectious Diseases: To prevent the spread of communicable diseases, such as strep, pink eye and fifth’s disease, parents should report any diagnosed cases to the park district office. If exposure to other participants occurred, a notification will be sent home. Hair: Please tie back your child’s hair (due to food handling). Note: If your child attends the Deerfield Park District Preschool and you would like your child to take Lunch Bunch and then Afternoon Cooking for Kids, contact Ginny Wiemerslage at 847-572-2624 about “Extend the Day” programs that help with this transition.

Location: JPCC Instructor: Nancy Healy, Josie Ripkey Age: 4-6 Min/Max: 8/12 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/5-3/22 (12)

Day Time Th 12:45-2:15P

Res/NR $155/230

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Location: JPCC Age: 4-6 Instructor: Phyllis Segal, Colleen Mazzetta Min/Max: 5/12 Sect. Dates (#cl) 01 1/25-2/22 (5)

Day Time W 12:45-2:15P

Res/NR $87/128

Everyday Cooking for Kids #221206

You won’t believe what our little chefs will prepare and how excited they’ll be to share! They will learn skills, from peeling and cutting to measuring ingredients and cracking eggs. Class is entertaining, fun and safe. Add the extra spice of stories, physical activities and, voila!, you’ve created a program your child will adore.

Children will learn to cook everyday recipes that they can help you prepare at home! We will even teach them to help you clean up! The children will prepare their favorites such as pizza, macaroni and cheese, mini meat loaves and apple pie. They will bring home a portion of their favorite foods. The instructors will focus on food kids love to eat!

Location: JPCC Instructor: Andrea Deg, Molly Cohn Age: 4-6 Min/Max: 8/12 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/3-3/20 (11) 02 1/5-3/22 (12)

Day Time Tu 9:15-11:15A Th 9:15-11:15A

Res / NR $183/272 $199/291

Location: JPCC Age: 4-6 Instructors: Colleen Mazzetta, Phyllis Segal Min/Max 6/10 Sect. Date (#cl) 01 1/6-3/23 (11)

Day Time Res/NR F 11:30-1:30P $185/$275

No class: Sect. 01: 2/21

No class: 2/21

Youth Cooking - #221205

Kindergarten Lunch Bunch #221631

Join us in creating delicious recipes. We will cover recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Your child will practice reading recipes, preparing the food and cleaning up. There will be time for safety in the kitchen and eating their creations.

Morning and Afternoon Kindergartners can participate in enriching activities such as sports, puzzles and games, art and science activities.

Min/Max: 8/12 Location: JPCC Instructor: Mari Krasney, Tricia Conroy

PM Schedule will be: 12:15-1:15 pm Lunch Bunch including a project and story time with enrichment activities from 1:15-2:15 pm. Children may bring a sack lunch or order a pizza and a drink.

No class: 2/20

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We will make pizza, Rice Krispy bars and other special treats. The children will be able to help you with your next celebration when they have completed this class!

Gourmet Cooking for Kids - #221202

Sect. Age Date (# cl) Day Time Res / NR 01 5-8 1/23-2/27 (5) M 4:00-5:15P $89/131

Please note: the above symbol is displayed on programs “with lunch” or for which you may register to extend your child’s day of learning, friendships & play. Children registered for our Deerfield Park District Preschool Program will also receive information about our “Lunch Bunch” program which follows morning preschool sessions and precedes afternoon sessions.

Enjoy learning while you create edible projects. Children will have a hand in stirring, frosting, designing and serving fun food.

AM Schedule will be: 10:00-11:00 am enrichment activities and from 11:00-12:00 pm Lunch Bunch including a project and story time.

Age: Must be enrolled in Kindergarten Location: JPCC Min/Max 6/20 Sect. Dates (#cl) Day Time Res/ NR 01 1/12-3/22 (11) Th 10:00-12:00 $179/268 02 1/12-3/22 (11) Th 12:15-2:15 $179/268

Register Online at: www.deerfieldparks.org

Looking for activities on Kindergarten Days Off ? – see page 12 for fun ideas!

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Early Childhood Creative Arts & Cooking Media Mania - #221401 This multi-media class uses water colors, craypas, colored pencils and more. New projects each session. Finished art pieces brought home each week. We introduce famous artists, and since every artist is different, we try out their styles. Smocks provided. Children should dress for art. Location: JPCC Instructor: Mari Krasney Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/9-3/19 (9) 02 1/9-3/19 (9) 03 1/10-3/20 (11)

Day M M Tu

Performing Arts, Dance, Music

Art Reunion - #221404 Students will do multi-media projects, introduce charcoal drawing and have free art. We will create our masterpieces with imaginations that are amazing at this age. No need to have taken Media Mania or Meet the Masters, but we’d love to see you guys too! Location: JPCC Instructor: Mari Krasney Sect. Date(# cl) 01 1/3-3/20 (11) 02 1/5-3/22 (12)

Age: 5-8 Min/Max: 8/12

Day Time Tu 4:00-5:15P Th 3:45-5:00P

Res / NR $176/261 $191/284

No class: Sect. 01: 2/21

Location: JPCC Instructor: April Epstein

Age: 4.5-6 Min/Max: 8/12

Time 9:15-10:45A 12:30 - 2:00P 9:30-11:00A

Res/NR $131/194 $131/194 $159/236

No class: Sect. 01 & 02: 1/16, 2/2, 3/5; Sect. 03: 2/21

Children 6 years & up also see “Art Lessons” in the Youth Section of this brochure.

Meet the Masters - #221402 Art Enrichment New artists are introduced each week, including Matisse, Monet, Van Gogh, Calder, Warhol. Students learn about basic art history, impressionism, pop art, etc., in a relaxed, fun art room, while doing their own artwork.

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/4-3/21 (12)

Age: 4.5-6 Min/Max: 8/10

Day Time W 9:30-11:00A

Bring your lunch to this Art class. We will do free art with glue, scissors, pipe cleaners and more. We will do a finished project together. This is a perfect introduction to Art! Location: JPCC Instructor: Mari Krasney Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/3-3/20 (11)

Age: 4.5-6 Min/Max: 6/12

Day Time Res/NR Tu 11:15-12:30P $169/256

Res/NR $167/248

No class: Sect. 01: 2/21

Class emphasizes creative expression, learning skills, and lots of fun! Artists create clay objects. One week we build a project in clay, the next week we glaze it. Afterwards, the instructor will fire pieces in the kiln. Please make sure your child dresses appropriately, as clay can get messy…just what kids love! Note: Times back up with preschool classes.

Tap for Two; Parent/Child Tap Dance - #252702

Location: JPCC Instructor: Mari Krasney

Location: JPCC Ages: Kids: 5 & up; Parents: “whatever age” Instructor: Debra Goldman Min/Max: 5/20

Age: 4-6 Min/Max: 8/10

Day Time Res/NR Th 10:15-11:15A $175/259 Th 12:30-1:30P $175/259

A fusion of body and soul movements that exposes the dancer to stylistic technique while listening to today’s popular music. This high energy class incorporates Hip Hop, Street Funk and basic elements of jazz technique and builds a foundation for stronger rhythmic understanding of movement and music. Each dancer develops his/her own style and self-confidence through warm ups, stretching, movement phrases and a progressive combination towards the end of class. Dance shoes only required.

Parents and children will be exposed to the fundamentals of tap dance, warm-ups and choreography. This will be a fun and memorable shared experience you will never forget! Tap shoes are recommended but not required.

Sect. Date(# cl) 05 1/9-3/19(8)

Day Time M 4:00-5:00P

Age: 4-6

Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time Fee 01 1/6-3/23 (12) F 11:30A-12:15P $172 02 1/6-3/23 (12) F 12:15-1:00P $172

Clay Play - #221403

Fee $158

No Class: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

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Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time Fee 01 1/3-3/20 (11) Tu 11:30A-12:15P $163 02 1/5-3/22 (12) Th 11:30A-12:15P $172

Location: JPCC Instructor: Brittany Barnwell

Performing Arts, Dance, Music

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/5-3/22 (12) 02 1/5-3/22 (12)

Age: 4-6 Min/Max: 5/12

Hip Hop Funk - #251502 Munch with Lunch - #221406

Location: JPCC Instructor: Mari Krasney

Creative Dance - #251501 This class gives preschoolers the opportunity to express themselves through movement. Children learn to hop, gallop and skip by moving and experimentation. Children will explore elements of dance and build self-image, self-awareness and self-direction. Children need to move and this class provides them with the time, space and opportunity to leap with joy, use their imagination and their body as an art form. Dance shoes only required.

For Dancers in Grade 1 and up: See the array of classes on Dance pages of this brochure. And, see the new Mom and Me Hip Hop class for Girls in grades K-3 and their moms.

Magic Class - #252513 Learn fascinating tricks from a professional magician! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind-reading, and more. While the tricks may appear difficult, you’ll discover that they are quick to learn and easy to perform. All materials are provided; and each child receives a magic trick to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn tricks that are age appropriate. Additionally, you can sign up for this class again and again since brand new tricks are always taught each session! Min/Max: 5/40 Location: JPCC

Instructor: Gary Kantor

Sect. Age Date (# cl) 01 5-12 1/24 (1)

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Day Time Fee Tu 5:00-5:55P $20

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Early Childhood Variety First Experience – #221002 Recommended for children who have not yet taken classes without a parent. To help your child adjust, first class is only one hour. We’ll discover the sheer fun of art, music, snacks with friends and lots of entertaining activities as we venture into a world of possibilities. Experienced staff provide a nurturing environment in which your child may explore. Location: JPCC Age : 2-3 yrs. Instructor: Nancy Healy, Phyllis Segal Min/Max: 8/10 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/6-3/23 (12)

Day Time F 9:15-10:45A

Res/NR $175/309

Mom’s Morning Break - #221003 There is nothing like a break in your routine to revitalize your spirits. Enjoy some quality time while your child is having fun participating in art projects, musical games, stories, gym time and lots of free play. Includes a mid-morning snack. Prerequisite: Child must have taken a class without a parent present. Note: You may enrolled in more than one class, if there are openings after the lottery registration process is completed.

Girls Just Want to Have Fun - #221627

Games ‘R’ Us (with lunch) - #221303

Escape for an afternoon of girly fun. We will enjoy dancing to hip hop and jazz music as well as doing the hula hoop. Our girl make-overs will include nails, face-painting and dress-ups. We will create crafts such as jewelry, flowers, sachets and party favors. This class promises an afternoon of giggles and fun galore.

Attention AM & PM Preschoolers! Board games, word searches, puzzles and more are featured in the semi-structured lunchtime fun we’ll have each week. Children will be exposed to new and exciting games that encourage friendship and socialization with their pals. We’ll eat together so please bring a sack lunch each week.

Location: JPCC Age: 3.5-5 Instructor: Colleen Mazzetta, Phyllis Segal Min/Max: 8/12

Location: JPCC Age: 3.5-5 Instructor: Nancy Healy, Josie Ripkey Min/Max: 8/12

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/3-3/20 (11)

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/9-3/19 (9)

Day Time Res/NR Tu 11:15A-12:30P $126/186

No class: 2/21

No class: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

Wacky Wednesdays - #221624

Classics with Lunch - #221008

Have you ever created a bizarre art project or tried a silly science project? Wednesday afternoons are the perfect chance. Visit us and create a whatchamacallit or attempt a science experiment. Everyone will be amazed at what he or she can learn while creating, with a different kind of art media or science gear. Location: JPCC Age: 3-5 Instructor: Josie Ripkey, Heather Lagattuta Min/Max: 8/12 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/4-3/21 (12)

Day Time W 12:45-2:45P

Res/NR $159/237

Day M W Th

Time 9:00-11:00A 9:00-11:00A 9:00-11:00A

Children will get back to “the classics” while listening to stories such as Curious George, Frog and Toad and Clifford. These stories will be brought to life with songs, art work, and games. Children will learn their parents’ favorites through their own eyes. Bring lunch Location: JPCC Age: 3-5 Instructor: Colleen Mazzetta Min/Max: 8/10 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/5-3/22 (12)

SECT. 01-03 Building Virtue: Teaching virtue and building character through guided play and collaborative learning activities. Children can develop basic life skills (social, emotional, organization, citizenship) through weekly original building projects. Take home projects included. Sect. 02: Bring a lunch!

Res/NR $125/180 $185/275 $185/275

No class: Sect. 01: 2/20, 3/5

Kindermusik –Imagine That - #220007

Location: JPCC Min/Max: 6/10

Carefully integrated curriculum of music, pretend play, literature and a lot of movement. Children reflect, compare, make choices, express opinions, solve problems and interact with peers, while letting their imaginations soar. Parent participation during the last 10 minutes of each class. Two CDs, two storybooks, interactive play set, Family Activity book and specially designed instrument included.

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/5-3/22 (12) 02 1/5-3/22 (12) 03 1/5-3/22 (12)

No class: 3/30, 4/6

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Time 9:00-11:00A 11:15A-12:30P 12:45-2:00P

Res/NR $236/351 $152/225 $152/225

Join us for a Tea Party. We will eat our lunch and listen to a story, play games and sing songs. The children will enjoy preparing the tea set and table for our delicious tea and cookies.

Location: JPCC Ages: 3.5 - 5 years Instructor: Cathy Glickman Min/Max: 6/12 Days Time F 1:00-1:50P F 2:00-2:50P

Instructor: Beth Weis Age: 4-6

Tea Party with Lunch -#221620

“Toys I Make; Trips I Take”

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 2/3-5/18 (14) 02 2/3-5/18 (14)

Day Time Res/NR Th 11:15A-12:30P $154/227

Learning Through Legos - #221614

Location: JPCC Age: 2.5 - 3 years Instructor: 01 & 03: Mazzetta, Segal; 02: Healy, Segal Min/Max: 8/10 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/23-3/19 (8) 02 1/4-3/21 (12) 03 1/5-3/22 (12)

Day Time Res/NR M 11:15A-12:30P $107/157

Location: JPCC Age: 3-5 Instructor: Colleen Mazzetta and Heather Laguttuta

Fee $229 $229

Register Online at: www.deerfieldparks.org

Sect. Date (#cl) 01 1/4-3/21 (12)

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Day Time W 11:15-12:30

Res/NR $153/227

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Early Childhood Variety –continued

Mix together a delightful blend of crafts, games and movement to help reinforce the ABCs to your child. Each week we will focus on 2-3 letters in the alphabet, plus enjoy playtime together. Class has structured time and some free play. By the end of our program your child will have a take-home project of all the ABCs they’ve learned.

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/9-3/19 (9) 02 1/9-3/19 (9) 03 1/5-3/22 (12)

Instructor: Mari Krasney

Looking for something your kindergarten-age child will enjoy on a day off of school?

Alphabet Soup - #221005

Location: JPCC Min/Max: 8/10

1- or 3-week Workshops (for children 4.5 - 6 years of age) – #221408

KINDER Days Off – #221710

Instructor: Laurie Katz Age: 3.4-5 Day M M Th

Time 9:00-10:30A 1:00-2:30P 9:00-10:30A

Res/NR $120/177 $120/177 $158/235

No class: Sect. 01, 02: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

Check out these new options (modeled after our “holiday happenings” for those in grades 1-8). Extended care options are available to stretch the fun from as early at 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. (See page 9 for Extended Care options). Location: JPCC Sect. Date 01 January 16 02 February 20 03 February 21 04 March 5

Min/Max: 6/40 Day M M Tu M

Time 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P 9:00A-4:00P

Res/NR $40/60 $40/60 $40/60 $40/60

For more information, contact Ginny at 847-572-2624 or email: ginnyw@ deerfieldparks.org.

Multi-Media Art Workshop is designed to give students a taste of multi-media art. Children will learn new techniques with a variety of materials: fabric, collage, paint, wire, etc. We will experiment with these new mediums to construct works of art. A great way to use imaginative minds! Sect. Date (#cl) 01 1/6-1/20 (3) 02 1/3-1/17 (3)

Learn amazing details about transportation. Your child will learn about how airplanes work. They will explore traveling on a train and learn about a conductor’s job. They will study cars and trucks. Children will listen to stories and participate in stimulating art projects and games that will teach them about transportation. Location: JPCC Age: 3-5 Instructor: Colleen Mazzetta, Phyllis Segal Min/Max: 7/10 Sect. Date (# cl) Day Time Res/NR 01 1/4-3/21 (12) W 11:15A-12:30P $154/228

Storytelling - #242701

Please note: the above symbol is displayed on programs “with lunch” or for which you may register to extend your child’s day of learning, friendships & play. Children registered for our Deerfield Park District Preschool Program will also receive information about our “Lunch Bunch” program which follows morning preschool sessions and precedes afternoon sessions.

Winter/Day Camp 2012

A class in improvisation for the world’s best natural improvisers! In this class, you will learn the most fundamental improv techniques, learning how to make up your own fairy tales and grand epics as you go along. Location: JPCC Instructor: E. Caywood

Time Res/NR 9:30-11:00A $40/60 12:45-2:15P $40/60

Sculpture Construction Here’s a workshop for the curious mind. Students focus on 3-D construction. We will build, hammer, paint and balance art and structures. When we are finished, we will have explored more than just symmetry and whimsical art. Sect. Date (#cl) 03 1/27 (1) 04 1/24 (1)

Planes, Trains & Automobiles w/Lunch - #221626

Day F Tu

Day F Tu

Time Res/NR 9:30-11:00A $14/21 12:45-2:15P $14/21

Art From Around the World Students will use multi-medias to understand different cultures from around the world. They will be inspired by the variety of art that each country has to offer. We will try new techniques with print-making and design; as we weave or paint our way around the world. Sect. Date (#cl) 05 2/3-2/17 (3) 06 1/31-2/14 (3)

Day Time Res/NR F 9:30-11:00A $40/60 Tu 12:45-2:15P $40/60

Clay and Multi-Media This workshop is designed for the student who already loves clay. We will add materials to build our designs in clay. This class is for the creative mind that wants to use many types of materials to explore their imagination. Sect. Date (#cl) 07 2/24-3/9 (2) 08 2/28-3/13 (2)

Day Time Res/NR F 9:30-11:00A $24/36 Tu 12:45-2:15P $24/36

Min/Max: 4/12 Age: 4-5

Sect. Date(# cl) Day Time 01 1/10-3/20 (10) Tu 4:00-4:45P

Fee $129

No class: 2/21

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Early Childhood Sports & Athletics Super Sports - #231101 Fun-filled class teaches the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship, while attempting to spark interest in a variety of sports. Favorites covered include basketball, hockey, soccer, baseball, football, and many more. Equipment: changes weekly with the sport. Location: SRC Instructor: All Star Sports Sect. Age 01 4-6 02 3-4 03 4-6 04 3-4 05 4-6 06 4-6 07 3-4 08 4-6 09 3-4 10 4-6

Date (# cl) 1/10-2/7 (5) 1/10-2/7 (5) 1/11-2/8 (5) 1/11-2/8 (5) 1/13-2/10 (5) 2/21-3/20 (5) 2/21-3/20 (5) 2/22-3/21 (5) 2/22-3/21 (5) 2/24-3/23 (5)

Day Tu Tu W W F Tu Tu W W F

Min/Max: 6/16

Time Res/NR 10:15-11:15A $56/80 11:30A-12:15P $56/80 1:00-2:00P $56/80 2:00-2:45P $56/80 10:00-11:00A $56/80 10:15-11:15A $56/80 11:30A-12:15P $56/80 1:00-2:00P $56/80 2:00-2:45P $56/80 10:00-11:00A $56/80

Basketball - #231102 Introduce your children to basketball, if they are beginners or if they need the know-how to get to the next level. Basic skills of dribbling, passing, shooting, and defense are taught. Games are played to show the importance of teamwork in game situations. Equipment provided. Location: SRC Instructor: All Star Sports Sect. Age 01 4-6 02 3-4 03 4-6 04 3-4 05 4-6 06 4-6 07 3-4 08 4-6 09 3-4 10 4-6 11 4-6 12 3-4

Date (# cl) 1/9-3/19 (8) 1/9-3/19 (8) 1/12-2/9 (5) 1/12-2/9 (5) 1/13-2/10 (5) 1/13-2/10 (5) 1/14-2/11 (5) 2/23-3/22 (5) 2/23-3/22 (5) 2/24-3/23 (5) 2/24-3/23 (5) 2/25-3/24 (5)

Day M M Th Th F F Sa Th Th F F Sa

Min/Max: 6/16

Time Res/NR 10:30-11:30A $89/131 11:45A-12:30P $89/131 1:00-2:00P $56/80 2:00-2:45P $56/80 11:00A-12:00P $56/80 1:00-2:00P $56/80 10:30-11:15A $56/80 1:00-2:00P $56/80 2:00-2:45P $56/80 11:00A-12:00P $56/80 1:00-2:00P $56/80 10:30-11:15A $56/80

No class: Sect. 01, 02: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

T-Ball - #231104

Parent/Tot Super Sports – #231106

The basics of baseball in a fun and safe environment where no one stands around. Throwing, catching, hitting, fielding, running the bases and how to play the game are taught. Games played every week. Equipment: Must bring own glove.

An opportunity for parents to participate with, bond with, and have fun with their child, while learning a variety of sports. Great for simple motor skills such as, catching, throwing, batting, shooting, passing, and anything that involves hand-eye coordination. Play soccer, basketball, t-ball, hockey, and other sports. Equipment: provided

Location: SRC Instructor: All Star Sports Sect. Age 01 4-6 02 3-4 03 4-6 04 3-4 05 4-6 06 3-4 07 4-6 08 3-4 09 4-6 10 3-4 11 4-6 12 3-4

Date (# cl) 1/10-2/7 (5) 1/10-2/7 (5) 1/12-2/9 (5) 1/12-2/9 (5) 1/13-2/10 (5) 1/14-2/11 (5) 2/21-3/20 (5) 2/21-3/20 (5) 2/23-3/22 (5) 2/23-3/22 (5) 2/24-3/23 (5) 2/25-3/24 (5)

Day Tu Tu Th Th F Sa Tu Tu Th Th Fr Sa

Min/Max: 6/16 Time Res/NR 1:00-2:00P $56/80 2:00-2:45P $56/80 9:30-10:30A $56/80 10:45-11:30A $56/80 2:00-3:00P $56/80 12:00-12:45P $56/80 1:00-2:00P $56/80 2:00-2:45P $56/80 9:30-10:30A $56/80 10:45-11:30A $56/80 2:00-3:00P $56/80 12:00-12:45P $56/80

Soccer - #231105 Program teaches soccer basics in a fun and exciting way. Dribbling, passing, and shooting are covered through games that keep everyone moving. Great for coordination and self-esteem. The main objective is to have fun! Equipment: Soccer Ball size 3-5. Location: SRC Instructor: All Star Sports Sect. Age Date (# cl) 01 3-4 1/9-3/19 (8) 02 4-6 1/9-3/19 (8) 03 4-6 1/11-2/8 (5) 04 3-4 1/11-2/8 (5) 05 4-6 1/11-2/8 (5) 06 4-6 1/13-2/10 (5) 07 3-4 1/14-2/11 (5) 08 4-6 2/22-3/21 (5) 09 3-4 2/22-3/21 (5) 10 4-6 2/22-3/21 (5) 11 4-6 2/24-3/23 (5) 12 3-4 2/25-3/24 (5)

Day M M W W W F Sa W W W F Sa

Min/Max: 6/16

Time 1:15-2:00P 2:00-3:00P 10:15-11:15A 11:30A-12:15P 3:45-4:45P 3:00-4:00P 11:15A-12:00P 10:15-11:15A 11:30A-12:15P 3:45-4:45P 3:00-4:00P 11:15A-12:00P

No class: Sect. 01, 02: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

Res/NR $89/131 $89/131 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80

Location: SRC Age: 2-3 with parent Instructor: All Star Sports Min/Max: 6/16 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/14-2/11 (5) 02 1/14-2/11 (5) 03 2/25-3/24 (5) 04 2/25-3/24 (5)

Day Sa Sa Sa Sa

Time 9:00-9:45A 9:45-10:30A 9:00-9:45A 9:45-10:30A

Res/NR $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80

Dodgeball - #231112 Come out and learn the 5 D’s of dodgeball – Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive, and Dodge! Players will be taught strategies on getting their opponents out as well as how to avoid getting out themselves. Safety is very important to us so we only use safe equipment in this class. Location: SRC Instructor: All Star Sports

Min/Max: 6/20

Sec. 01 02 03 04

Time 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P

Age 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11

Date (# cl) 1/12-2/9 (5) 1/12-2/9 (5) 2/23-3/22 (5) 2/23-3/22 (5)

Day Th Th Th Th

Res/NR $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80

Fit 4 Kids - #232810 The original kid’s fitness program. We get kids moving and show them that fitness can be fun!!! Forget push-ups and sit-ups, we play fun games like noodle tag, mousetrap, gladiator and much more. Balls, hula hoops, jump ropes, parachutes and more will help guide us through our activities. The hour long program will not only give kids a great workout, but will also let them have fun while learning something at the same time. Location: SRC Instructor: Steve Kogen Sec. 01 02 03 04 05

Date (# cl) 1/9-3/19 (8) 1/4-2/8 (6) 2/15-3/21 (6) 1/10-2/7 (6) 2/14-3/20 (6)

Day M W W Tu Tu

Age: 3-5 Min/Max: 6/15 Time 9:30-10:30A 1:00-2:00P 1:00-2:00P 9:30-10:30A 9:30-10:30A

Res/NR $120/$177 $90/$135 $90/$135 $90/$135 $90/$135

No class: Sect 01: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5 NOTE: FROM ALL STAR SPORTS:

Sorry, but we cannot offer make-up classes because our class sizes make it impossible to accommodate any additional children.

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Winter/Day Camp 2012


Early Childhood

Preschool Rhythmic Gymnastics - #231113

Sports & Athletics - continued Baseball 2 - #231110 Keep the kids moving and learning. Our main focus is to have FUN. We believe a love for the game must be developed for them to move on. We will cover the correct fundamentals of throwing, hitting fielding and running the bases. We will cover the game in detail while having fun. The batting tee will be taken away after a couple of classes. Equipment: Must bring own glove Location: SRC Min/Max: 6/16 Instructor: All Star Sports Instruction Sect. Age Date (# cl) Day Time Res/NR 01 6-9 1/9-3/19 (8) M 4:00-5:00P $89131 No class: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

Gymnasts will fall in love with rhythmic gymnastics through creative dance, fun with apparatus, coordination and flexibility exercises that are interwoven with music. Gymnasts may wear leotards or basic dance clothes. All clothing should allow for free movement and should not be overly baggy. Hair should be pulled back from the face and neck. Location: SRC Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/7-2/11 (6) 02 2/18-3/24 (6)

Age 3-4 Min/Max: 10/20

Day Time Fee Sa 10:00-10:45A $71 Sa 10:00-10:45A $71

Join these workshops to provide a break from the normal morning activities. Children will have free play time with their friends, make a craft project and eat a snack. Pre-registration is REQUIRED. Location: JPCC Age: 3-6 Instructor: Colleen Mazzetta, Phyllis Segal Min/Max: 8/14 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 12/19 (1) 02 12/20 (1) 03 12/27 (1) 04 12/27 (1)

Day M Tu Tu Tu

Time 9:30-11:30A 9:30-11:30A 9:30-11:30A 1:00-3:00P

Res/NR $19/28 $19/28 $19/28 $19/28

Beauty Bash - #121702 Skills & Hobbies –Enrichment / Workshops

Calling all fashion-conscious kids! We’ll start with some aerobics, then go on to nails and makeup. It’s a built-in mini-spa day here at Jewett!

Rookie Sportsters with Lunch - #221101

We will have a “mini” spa snack. Join us for a special day!

Taekwondo (Deerfield) - #233036

Join this fun and active program as we engage

Taekwondo offers benefits for people of all ages and physical abilities: improve concentration and self esteem, achieve lifelong physical fitness, and learn self-defense skills. A $45 uniform fee is required at the first class. Belt testing (twice per year) is offered at an additional fee. All colored belt students are required to have complete sparring gear. For more information, call 847-480-9224.* Location: SRC (847-572-2600) Instructor: KH Kim’s Taekwondo Staff* Day/Date (#cl): Th/ 1/5-3/22 (12) Fee: $149R/$221NR

in sports and games. Every two weeks we will cover a different sport and learn teamwork and character building qualities. Your child will have fun, meet new friends, and become a team player. Sneakers are a must! Location: JPCC Age: 3.5-5 Instructor: Lori Brand, Josie Ripkey Min/Max: 10/14 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/9-3/19 (9) 02 1/4-3/21 (12) 03 1/5-3/22 (12)

Day M W Th

Time 11:15A-12:30P 11:15A-12:30P 11:15A-12:30P

Res/NR $111/159 $143/211 $143/211

No class: Sect. 01: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

Location: JPCC Age: 4-6 Instructor: Phyllis Segal, Nancy Healy Min/Max: 6/12 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 12/20 (1)

Day Time Tu 1:00-2:30P

Res/NR $20/30

Un-Birthday Party - #121704 Every child loves a party and today is EVERYONE’S birthday -so let’s celebrate! We will play those old-fashioned classic games, decorate cup cakes and more. The best part is that for this party you don’t have to bring a present, but each child still gets a goodie bag! What more can you ask for? Note: Child must be in preschool. Instructor: Phyllis Segal, Nancy Healy Age 3-6 Min/Max: 6/10

Little Dragons - Age: 4-5 Sect.: 01: 4:00-4:40P; Sect.: 04: 6:25-7:05P Min/Max: 4/12

World Travelers (with Lunch) - #221613

Introductory class designed to captivate the interest of our youngest students. Skills are developed through gentle instruction and appropriate games based on ability. Class focuses on developing balance, coordination, and respect for the discipline of martial arts training.

Enlarge your child’s view of the world with this globe trotting adventure. Each week we’ll visit a new destination and through crafts, songs and games we’ll explore the world’s cultures and customs. There will be plenty of time for lunch and play with friends. Bring a sack lunch and a drink each week. Location: JPCC Age: 3-5 Instructor: Nancy Healy Min/Max: 8/12

Early - Age: 6-7 Sect.: 02: 4:45-5:30P Min/Max: 4/20 Designed especially for the younger children of 6-7 years, this program helps kids develop conditioning, coordination, listening skill, and self-confidence through creative activities

Winter/Day Camp 2012

Winter Break Workshops - #121707

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/6-3/23 (12)

Day Time Res/NR F 11:15A-12:30P $143/212

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 12/21 (1)

Day Time W 1:00-3:00P

Res/NR $18/27

Please note: the above symbol is displayed on programs “with lunch” or for which you may register to extend your child’s day of learning, friendships & play. Children registered for our Deerfield Park District Preschool Program will also receive information about our “Lunch Bunch” program which follows morning preschool sessions and precedes afternoon sessions.

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Youth & Teen “Peak at the he Wee eek” k” Below are some offerings by day for SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN. Please also browse Special Events, Birthday Parties, Swim, High School Athletic Leagues, Rental and other sections of this guide for offerings at Sachs Recreation Center, Deerfield Golf Club and more.

Monday Art

Tuesday Art

Wednesday Art

Thursday Art

Friday

Dance Cooking Dance Cheerleading Preschool Kinder Care Chess Swim Lessons Coho Swim Club Sports

Drama Music Dance Magic/Balloons Yoga Martial Arts Horse Care Preschool Kinder Care Chess Coho Swim Club Swim Lessons

Sports Music Dance Computers Preschool Kinder Care Chess Swim Lessons Swim Lessons Coho Swim Club

Sports Dance Martial Arts Preschool Kinder Care Chess Coho Swim Club Swim Lessons

Dance Sports Preschool Kinder Care Coho Swim Club

Saturday Art Dance Sports Yoga Babysitting Chess Swim Lessons Coho Swim Club

ALL SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Due to the large amount of offerings for children and teens, supervision of programs areas is divided between different supervisors. Below are listed the Supervisors and contact information for various programming areas: General Information, Deerfield Park District General Programs for Youth/Teens (excluding DFT* and Sports) *DFT - Deerfield Family Theater Sports (excluding Swimming, Golf, Tennis, Gymnastics) Indoor Swim Lessons at Sachs Recreation Center Golf Tennis Early Childhood (programs for younger children) Coho Swim Club

Creative Arts & Cooking Art Lessons - #252603 Let Elaine Silberman introduce you to the fascinating world of artistic expression. Artistic quality is within everyone and there are skills and techniques you can learn in order to express those qualities externally. Enjoy learning and expressing these skills while the artist within you comes alive. Elaine will introduce you to a variety of media including charcoal, pencil, watercolor, pen, ink and acrylic. You will also learn to observe your surroundings, use your imagination as you increase you awareness of artistic concepts. Please provide your own 22” x 26” art portfolio. Those participants 6 and 7 years old must have taken Meet the Masters. Location: JPCC Min/Max: 5/12 Instructor: Elaine Silberman Sect. Age 01 6-15 02 6-15 03 6-15 04 6-15 05 6-15 06 6-15 07 6-15 08 6-15

Date (# cl) 1/9-4/9 (10) 1/9-4/9 (10) 1/3-3/13 (10) 1/3-3/13 (10) 1/11-3/14 (10) 1/11-3/14 (10) 1/12-3/15 (10) 1/12-3/15 (10)

Day M M Tu Tu W W Th Th

Time 4:00-5:25P 5:30-6:55P 4:00-5:25P 5:30-6:55P 4:00-5:25P 5:30-6:55P 4:00-5:25P 5:30-6:55P

Fee $108 $108 $108 $108 $108 $108 $108 $108

No class: Sect. 01 & 02: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5, 3/26; Sect. 03 & 04: 2/21

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847-945-0650; info@deerfieldparks.org; www.deerfieldparks.org 847-572-2621: Jon Beckmann; jon@deerfieldparks.org 847-572-2623: Mark Woolums: mark@deerfieldparks.org 847-572-2627: Jim Gariti; jimg@deerfieldparks.org 847-572-2626: Jeff Napoloski; jeff@deerfieldparks.org 847-945-8333: James McCormick; james@deerfieldgolf.org 847-572-2600: General for Court Time; Dana Joseph for Lessons 847-572-2624: Ginny Wiemerslage: ginnyw@deerfieldparks.org 847-572-2622: Nancy Reese: Nancy@teamcoho.org

Youth Ceramics - #252601

Art Reunion - #221404

Richard Cohen teaches basic techniques of hand-building and throwing (4th grade and up) on the wheel. Students will create decorative items while learning different techniques of glazing, decorating, and using surface treatments. Classes are small to provide individual attention and you will work on your own projects at your own pace.

Students will do multi-media projects, introduce charcoal drawing and have free art. We will create our masterpieces with imaginations that are amazing at this age. No need to have taken Media Mania or Meet the Masters, but we’d love to see you guys too!

Location: JPCC Min/Max: 6/10 Instructor: Richard Cohen

Sect. Date(# cl) 01 1/3-3/20 (11) 02 1/5-3/22 (12)

Sect. Gr. 01 1-3 02 4-8 03 1-3 04 4-8 05 1-3 06 4-8 07 1-3 08 4-8 09 1-3 10 4-8

Date (# cl) 1/9-3/19 (8) 1/9-3/19 (8) 1/10-3/20 (10) 1/10-3/20 (10) 1/11-3/21 (11) 1/11-3/21 (11) 1/12-3/22 (11) 1/12-3/22 (11) 1/7-3/17 (11) 1/7-3/17 (11)

Day M M Tu Tu W W Th Th Sa Sa

Time 4:00-5:30P 5:30-7:00P 4:00-5:30P 5:30-7:00P 4:00-5:30P 5:30-7:00P 4:00-5:30P 5:30-7:00P 9:00-10:30A 10:45A-12:15P

Fee $137 $137 $170 $170 $186 $186 $186 $186 $186 $186

Location: JPCC Instructor: Mari Krasney

Age: 5-8 Min/Max: 8/12

Day Time Tu 4:00-5:15P Th 3:45-5:00P

Res / NR $176/261 $191/284

No class: Sect. 01: 2/21

Register Online at: www.deerfieldparks.org

No class: Sect. 01 & 02: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5; Sect. 03 & 04: 2/21

ART SHOW 2012 – SAVE SUNDAY, APRIL 22! at Patty Turner Center – Come view the works of our talented art students!

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Youth & Teen

Guitar - #252706

Performing Arts, Dance & Music

Location: JPCC

Storytelling - #242701 Creative Arts & Cooking For COOKING CLASSES: Food Allergies, Medication and Other Important Information Food Allergies/Dietary Restrictions: it is imperative that you notify Ginny Wiemerslage at 847-572-2624 of any food allergies or dietary restrictions your child may have. Medication: If your child requires medication (inhaler, epi-pen, etc.) during class, medication administration forms must be completed. Please call our registration office (847-945-0650) for details. Thank you for your cooperation! Illness: Please do not send children who are ill to class. Infectious Diseases: To prevent the spread of communicable diseases, such as strep, pink eye and fifth’s disease, parents should report any diagnosed cases to the park district office. If exposure to other participants occurred, a notification will be sent home.

A class in improvisation for the world’s best natural improvisers! In this class, you will learn the most fundamental improv techniques, learning how to make up your own fairy tales and grand epics as you go along. Location: JPCC Instructor: E. Caywood

Min/Max: 4/12 Age: 4-5

Sect. Date(# cl) Day Time 01 1/10-3/20 (10) Tu 4:00-4:45P

Fee $129

No class: 2/21

Acting class for younger students who will all work together to become complex characters and experience the journey of creating scenes together. This class builds imagination, creativity and ensemble technique. Min/Max: 4/12 Gr.: 1-3

Sect. Date(# cl) Day Time 02 1/10-3/20 (10) Tu 5:00-6:00P

Fee $129

No class: 2/21

Hair: Tie back your child’s hair (due to food handling).

Join us in creating delicious recipes. We will cover recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Your child will practice reading recipes, preparing the food and cleaning up. There will be time for safety in the kitchen and eating their creations. Location: JPCC Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Mari Krasney, Tricia Conroy Sect. Age Date (# cl) Day Time Res / NR 01 5-8 1/23-2/27 (5) M 4:00-5:15P $89/131

No class: 2/20

Beginning Guitar 1 Sec. Age Date(# cl) Day Time 01 7-12 1/10-2/28 (7) Tu 4:30-5:30P

Fee $127

No class: 2/21

Beginning Guitar 2 Students continue to build on skills learned in Beginning Guitar 1. Students will learn more advanced chords, sight-reading and songs than book 1 but in the same fun format. Sec. Age Date(# cl) Day Time 02 7-12 1/10-2/28 (7) Tu 5:30-6:30P

Fee $127

No class: 2/21

Guitar Boot Camp 1 Piano Lessons - #242502

Youth Cooking - #221205

T. D. Clark Productions provides high quality instruction in a friendly format that stresses having fun and learning! You must provide your own guitar for the classes. Both Parent and Child must register separately for Parent/Child class.

Students will learn basic chords, sight-reading and songs.

Adventures in Drama - #242701

Location: JPCC Instructor: E. Caywood

Min/Max: 4/14 Instructor: T.D. Clark

Alice Rudin has 30 years of experience in teaching piano and a Master’s degree in music with a Major in Piano. Levels: beginner’s to advanced, utilization of traditional as well as Suzuki Methods for age 3+. Classes are one on one. Individual 1/2-hour times to be determined and are subject to adjustments.

Class teaches basic chords, scales, strumming patterns and some basic music theory to get students playing quickly. Emphasis on learning chord sequences so student can play some popular songs. Sec. Age Date(# cl) Day Time 03 13-18 1/10-2/28 (7) Tu 6:30-7:30P

Fee $127

No class: 2/21

Location: JPCC Min/Max: 1/1 Instructor: Alice Rudin Age: 3+ Sect. Date (# cl) Day Time Fee 01-13 1/3-2/21 (8) Tu 1/2 Hr. (2-8P) $232R/294NR 14-26 1/4-2/22 (8) W 1/2 Hr. (4-8P) $232R/294NR

Tap for Two; Parent/Child Tap Dance - #252702 Parents and children will be exposed to the fundamentals of tap dance, warm-ups and choreography. This will be a fun and memorable shared experience you will never forget! Tap shoes are recommended but not required. Location: JPCC Ages: Kids: 5 & up; Parents: “whatever age” Instructor: Debra Goldman Min/Max: 5/20 Sect. Date(# cl) 05 1/9-3/19(8)

Day Time M 4:00-5:00P

Fee $158

No Class: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

Winter/Day Camp 2012

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Youth & Teen

Tap - #252702

Musical Theater Dance - #252704

Instructor: TBA

This class is for anyone who wants to have fun!

Performing Arts, Dance & Music

Sec. Lev. Gr. Date (#cl) Day Time 03 Beg. 6-8 1/3-3/20 (11) Tu 7-8P 04 Beg. 9-12 1/3-3/20 (11) Tu 8-9P

Fee $163 $163

No class: 2/21

Deerfield Dance Studio Deerfield Dance Studio is in its 34th year, providing professional dance instruction to students ages four through adult. Housed in the Jewett Park Community Center, the large mirrored studio is complete with sprung wood floors for the health and safety of the dancers. Students enrolled in fall, winter and spring sessions may participate in the annual spring dance recital. The Deerfield Park District team of professional teachers maintains a supportive, nurturing environment for all students.

Jazz - #252704

For complete bios. of instructors, contact Recreation Supervisor Jon Beckmann at 847-5722621 or email jon@deerfieldparks.org).*

Ballet - #252703

NOTE: You may register for dance classes as soon as you receive this brochure. Please write Dance Registration on your envelope. Class Attire: Girls Ballet: Black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair neatly and securely arranged off the neck. Boys Ballet: White T-shirt, black tights, dance belt, black or white shoes. Jazz: Black: leotard, jazz pants & jazz shoes. Modern: Black: leotard & leggings

Instructor: Debra Goldman Sect. Date (# cl) 08 1/9-3/19 (11)

Sec. Lev. Gr. Date (#cl) Day Time Fee 01 Beg Adlt 1/3-3/20 (11) Tu 10-11:15A $159 02 Int Adlt 1/5-3/22 (12) Th 10-11:15A $167

No class: Sect. 01: 2/21 Instructor: April Epstein 03 04

Beg2 4-6 1/7-3/17 (11) Sa Beg1 3-5 1/7-3/17 (11) Sa

1-2:00P 2-3:00P

$159 $159

Fee $159

Dance Showcase is May 19, 10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. to participate in the showcase, dancers must be enrolled in both winter and spring sessions. Instructor: Amy Rose Sec. 01 02 03

Lev. Int 3/Adv. Int 3/Adv Int 2/3

Age: Adult

Date (#cl) 1/9-3/19 (11) 1/4-3/21 (12) 1/6-3/23 (12)

Day M W F

Time 10-11:15A 10-11:15A 10-11:15A

Fee $159 $172 $172

Note: Amy Rose has performed with the Chicago Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Lyric Opera of Chicago and more.*

Instructor: April Epstein

Sec. Lev. Gr. 10 Beg 1 11 Beg 6-12 12 Beg Adlt

Date (#cl) 1/5-3/22 (11) 1/5-3/22 (11) 1/9-3/19 (8)

Jazz Funk - #252704 This high energy class is a fusion of body and soul movements that exposes the dancer to stylistic technique while listening to today’s popular music. Jazz Funk is based around the fundamentals of Jazz while incorporating Hip Hop, Street Funk, and modern Broadway- style dancing. Instructor: Brittany Barnwall

Day Time Fee Sa 10-11:00A $165 Sa 11A-12:00P $165 Sa 3-4:00P $165

Instructor: Tia Sutton

Sect. Age Dates Day Time Fee 05 11+ 1/4-3/21 (12) W 7:45-9:00P $208

Contemporary - #252704 Contemporary is a fusion of Modern, Ballet, Lyrical, and Classic Jazz dance, focusing on natural movement and incorporating dance fundamentals. Dancers will develop an understanding of proper alignment, balance, and technique. Instructor: Brittany Barnwall Sect. Age Dates Day Time Fee 07 11+ 1/4-3/21 (12) W 6:15-7:45P $208

Note: Jazz Funk & Contemporary include warm-ups, stretching, movement and a progressive combination toward the end of class. Proper dance attire required.

Sheila Tully Irish Dance - #252704 Day Th Th M

Time 7:15-8:15P 6:15-7:15P 11:30A-12:30P

Fee $159 $159 $113

No class: Sect. 10 & 11: 1/26; Sect. 12: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

Deerfield Dance Showcase Saturday, May 19, 2012 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Age: 14+

Day Time M 5:30-6:30P

Instructor: April Epstein

Sec. Lev. Gr. Date (#cl) 05 Beg 1-4 1/7-3/17 (11) 06* Beg2 2-5 1/7-3/17 (11) 07* Lev4 4-7 1/7-3/17 (11) *with teacher approval

Promptness is required at all levels.

Students will learn Broadway style dance including: jazz, modern, contemporary and tap. No previous dance required.

Founded in Chicago nearly 50 years ago by Sheila Tully Driscoll, the Tully Academy is highly regarded in the Irish Dance community. Her programs have produced many champion dancers and received many local, national and international awards for her soloists and teams. Her school has also received recognition for her strong teaching style and is often sought out for its highly entertaining show performances. Boys and girls are welcome to learn the tradition of Irish Dance. Location: JPCC Instructor: Sheila Tully

To participate in the Showcase, dancers must be enrolled in both Winter & Spring sessions.

Sect. 09 10 11

Age 4-6 7-9 10+

Date 1/10-3/20 (10) 1/10-3/20 (10) 1/10-3/20 (10)

Min/Max: 8/25 Day Tu Tu Tu

Time 4:30-5:30P 5:30-6:30P 6:30-7:30P

Fee $185 $185 $185

No class: 2/21

Early Childhood Dancers: Also see Creative Movement and Hip Hop / Jazz Funk in the Early Childhood Section.

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Youth & Teen – Performing Arts, Dance & Music -cont. ENERGY DANCE CLASSES: We thrive on having a fun program for your kids while making it easy for you! Location: Our Program has grown by leaps and bounds! We are now offering classes at both the Sachs Recreation Center and Jewett Park Community Center for your convenience. You benefit from the wonderful facilities the Park District has to offer; and the registration process is easy! Call ENERGY at 847-581-1031 with any questions. Classes are open to all communities and registration is done through the Deerfield Park District. Performances: Throughout the year all classes will have the opportunity to perform at Deerfield Park District events such as halftime of the boys/girls basketball games at the Sachs Recreation Center. The last day of each session is also parent watch week where you can come the last 15 minutes of class to watch the choreography students have learned. We also feature a unique recital at the end of the year. An Energy DJ spins the music and along with fantastic lighting effects, a magical event occurs –and your kids are the stars! In addition to the end of year performances there are many small performances at Deerfield events. All costumes for performances for our regular dance classes are simple clothing items that your child most-likely already owns so there is no extra costume fees for you! Class Attire Students should wear comfortable, body forming clothing. No baggy clothes permitted. Dance shoes or gym shoes recommended. Breakdancers should wear sweats or warm up pants, no shorts. Our Instructors Our instructors have years of dancing and teaching experience. They are professional dancers who have trained at such prestigious dance schools as Gus Giordano, Lou Conte and Joel Hall. In addition, many are among our top requested performers from our DJ company and also can be found doing the kids dance birthday parties on the weekends.

Class Descriptions Hip-Hop: After much demand, our hip-hop program has expanded. All classes focus on choreography and performing skills. Younger classes learn age-appropriate choreography amidst a fun party environment. Older classes focus on strengthening skills. It's a blast for all ages. Boys Breakdancing: Have a breakdancer from Energy teach your child fun tricks and stunts. By the end of the year they will be able to do unbelievable foot work and body movement. Give it a try! Mom and Me Hip Hop Easy warm up and stretches followed by easy dance moves and aerobics to new music. Learn fun group dances such as the car wash, cha-cha slide, hoe-down throw-down etc. Also learn short pieces of choreography that are suitable for both kids and parents alike. This is a great way to bond with your daughter while intermingling with other moms. Not to mention a great workout!

ENERGY Winter 2012 Class Schedules Min 6/Max 15 Hip Hop: #252510 Gr. 1-2 4-6 6-8 3-5 1-2 K-1 4-6 1-3 1-3

Day M M M W W Th Th F Sa

Time 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 5:00-6:00P 9:00-10:00A

LOCATION: SRC Sec Gr. Day Time Dates 17 K-3+Mom Sa 10:00-12:00A 1/14-3/24 (+$40 for each additional child)

Fee 180

Breakdancing: #252511 LOCATION: JPCC Sec 01 02 03 04 05 06

Gr. K-1 1-3 4-6 K-1 1-3 4-6

Day M M M W W W

Time 3:00-4:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 3:00-4:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P

Dates 1/9-3/19 1/9-3/19 1/9-3/19 1/11-3/21 1/11-3/21 1/11-3/21

Fee $120 $120 $120 $160 $160 $160

Adult Hip Hop/Dance Aerobics: #252510 LOCATION: SRC Sec 18

Day M

Time 6:00-7:00P

Dates 1/9-3/19

Fee $120

LOCATION: JPCC

LOCATION: SRC Sec 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

Mom and Me Hip Hop Dance Aerobics - # 252510

Dates 1/9-3/19 1/9-3/19 1/9-3/19 1/11-3/21 1/11-3/21 1/12-3/22 1/12-3/22 1/13-3/23 1/14-3/24

Fee $120 $120 $120 $160 $160 $160 $160 $160 $160

Dates 1/10-3/20 1/10-3/20 1/12-3/22 1/12-3/22 1/14-3/24 1/14-3/24 1/14-3/24

Fee $160 $160 $160 $160 $160 $160 $160

Sec 19 20

Day Sa W

Time Dates 9:00-10:00A 1/14-3/24 7:00-8:00P 1/11-3/21

Fee $160 $160

LOCATION: JPCC Sec 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Gr. 1-2 3-5 3-5 6-8 K-1 2-3 4-6

Day Tu Tu Th Th Sa Sa Sa

Time 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 9:00-10:00A 10:00-11:00A 11:00A-12:00P

DON’T SEE A CLASS THAT WORKS IN YOUR SCHEDULE? CALL ENERGY AT 847-581-1031.

Skills & Hobbies / Variety Work Opportunities Referral Connection (W.O.R.C.) If you are in middle school or high school, we offer a program to help you find part-time or seasonal jobs. The park district maintains a listing of available jobs in Deerfield, including party help, lawn and yard work, snow shoveling, moving, child care, and caddying. This is a referral service only. The interviewing/hiring employer is solely responsible for complying with all federal and state laws and for interviewing and checking references of prospective employees. Those seeking employment are responsible for determining if any employer (and work offered) is appropriate. Call 847-9450650 for more information about W.O.R.C. or to place a work order.

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Youth & Teen Skills & Hobbies / Variety TechStars Programs

Magic Class - #252513 Learn fascinating tricks from a professional magician! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind-reading, and more. While the tricks may appear difficult, you’ll discover that they are quick to learn and easy to perform. All materials are provided; and each child receives a magic trick to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn tricks that are age appropriate. Additionally, you can sign up for this class again and again since brand new tricks are always taught each session! Min/Max: 5/40 Location: JPCC

Instructor: Gary Kantor

Sect. Age Date (# cl) 01 5-12 1/24 (1)

Day Time Fee Tu 5:00-5:55P $20

Balloon Animals - #252513

Below programs taught by COMPUTER EXPLORERS of Northeastern Chicagoland. Location: JPCC

Robotics Adventures - #252515 You have been “hired” to work at C.A.K.E. –Creative Answers Kids Engineering Company! Receiving daily Engineering Work Requests –EWRs, you’ll work in teams to learn about robotics and build and program your own robotic creations using the LEGO™ WeDo Robotics kits and software. This unique system, designed by the experts at MIT, teaches about simple machines, engineering, programming and so much more. Young imaginations soar! Min/Max: 6/12 Sect. Gr 01 1-3

How to Make Balloon Animals and More!

Date (# cl) 1/11-2/8 (5)

Day Time W 4:00-5:30P

Did you ever want to learn how to make those cool balloon animals that you see at parties? Well now you can. With just a little practice, learn the techniques needed to take a plain balloon and transform it into a fascinating balloon animal creation (like dogs, butterflies, swords, etc.) and take home all of the items made. This 90-minute class isn’t just for the kids. Parents are welcome to join their children in class (at no extra charge). Min/Max: 5/15

Digital Photography for Me #252515

Location: JPCC Instructor: “Magic Team of Gary Kantor

Sect. Gr 02 1-2

Sect. Age Date (# cl) 02 6-13 1/26 (1)

Day Time Fee Th 6:00-7:30P $26

Babysitting Clinic - #252503 Boys and girls learn to prepare for the responsibilities of babysitting and child care. We will cover first aid, safety in the home, handling an emergency, the needs of the children, recreation and craft ideas, and infant care. Students who attend all sessions and successfully complete the course will receive a Safe Sitter Certificate. Babysitting is an excellent way to earn some extra money. When parents know you are responsible and have learned how to be a really good sitter, you should be in great demand. Location: JPCC Instructor: TBA Sect. Age 01 11-14 02 11-14 03 11-14 04 11-14

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Date (# cl) 1/21-1/28 (2) 1/21-1/28 (2) 3/10-3/17 (2) 3/10-3/17 (2)

Fee $149

Say cheese! Using a digital camera and special software, students will take digital photos and add special effects to them using graphic art editing tools. Students create their very own multimedia show and illustrate their own books filled with surprises! Children will work in teams for these sessions. Min/Max: 6/10 Date (# cl) Day Time 2/22-3/21 (5) W 4:00-5:30P

Fee $149

If you can dream it, you can build it in 3D!!! Learn to use Google SketchUp 3D modeling software and build amazing 3D models: mansions and castles, race tracks, skate parks or space ships. Work with a partner to model your own house or town & put it into Google Earth for everyone to see! Get inside your model or animate it to give your family & friends a virtual tour on the last day of class! Min/Max: 6/12 Date (# cl) 1/17-3/6 (7)

Day Time Tu 5:15-6:15P

Calling all horse crazy girls… Have you always loved horses but not had the opportunity to really get to know them? Horses are compassionate teachers of basic life skills. They can help increase our awareness in communication skills, leadership skills, self-confidence and poise. All in a fun environment! Embark with us on a truly rewarding journey of self discovery through horses! This program offers unique activities to interact with horses primarily on the ground. Clothing requirements: Long pants and close-toed shoes Location: Equestrian Connection 600 N. Bradley Road, Lake Forest Instructor: PATH International Equine Professionals and wonderful horses For specific questions, call Becky Loizzo at 847-615-8696 Min/Max: 4/8

3D Modeling with Google Sketch-UP - #252515

Sect. Gr 03 3-6

Horse Crazy Girls - #252524

Sect. 01 02 03 04

Gr 6-8 High School 6-8 High School

Date (# cl) 1/10 - 2/14 (6) 1/10 - 2/14 (6) 2/21 - 3/27 (6) 2/21 - 3/27 (6)

Day Tu Tu Tu Tu

Time 6-7P 7-8P 6-7P 7-8P

Fee $240 $240 $240 $240

Fee $140

No class: 2/21

Min/Max: 6/10 Day Sa Sa Sa Sa

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Youth Winter Basketball - #233045

Youth & Teen

Boys and Girls who want to continue to developing their basketballs skills will love this new spring program. The program meets once a week for 45 minutes a session within the times listed below. You will play a game each week against a different team in your 4 team league. Park District staff will make and coach the teams. All children registered will receive equal playing time. Coaches will stress the importance of fundamentals like dribbling, passing, shooting, as wells as game strategies, and the importance of good sportsmanship.

Skills & Hobbies / Variety - cont. Chess Club - #252501 Improve skills and strategies and prepare for tournaments. Instructor is a Deerfield Parent with many years of teaching and competing at tournament level chess. Opportunities for tournament participation are part of the curriculum. Location: JPCC Instructor: Polina Katson

Min/Max: 5/16

Sect. 01 02 03 04 Sect. 05 06

Time 6:15-7:15P 6:15-7:15P 6:30-7:30P 6:30-7:30P Time 10-10:45A 11:00A-12:00P

Level 1-3 4-5 6-7 8-9 Age 4-7 8-12

Date (# cl) 1/9-3/19 (8) 1/10-3/20 (10) 1/11-3/21 (11) 1/12-3/22 (11) Date (# cl) 1/8-3/11 (10) 1/8-3/11 (10)

Day M Tu W Th Day Su Su

Fee $67 $72 $90 $90 Fee $79 $79

No class: Sect. 01: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5; Sect. 02: 2/21

CHESS - Levels of Play Level 1: for those who do not know how to move the pieces or have limited experience with the game. Level 2: for those who know how to move the pieces and capture an opponent’s piece. You should have a basic understanding of the game and be ready to learn strategies and ideas behind the moves. Level 3: for those who have played in a club and have an understanding of en passant, discovered check and checkmate. You should be ready for advanced strategic instruction. Level 4: for those who are more experienced in chess and are ready to study game openings. Level 5: for experienced chess players who are interested in studying middle game. Level 6: for experienced chess players who are interested in continuing to study ending strategy. Level 7: studies and analyzes the best games of the most famous chess masters of all time. Level 8: teaches integration of advanced tactics into your chess skills arsenal. Level 9: studies and develops strategy plans for advanced players. Tournament participation opportunities are part of the curriculum.

Location: SRC

Track and Conditioning - #233063 Ready to maximize your speed and improve your fitness in a fun atmosphere? This class is guaranteed to get your child’s heart pumping. We will focus on skill enhancing drills for maximizing speed, performance, and cardiovascular endurance. Stretching, light resistance training, speed and agility drills are stressed. Perfect for those who wish to compete in track, cross country, or other speed sports like soccer and basketball. Location: SRC Min/Max: 10/20 Instructor: On The Go sports inc. Sec. 01 02 03 04

Gr 4-8 4-8 4-8 4-8

Date (#cl) 1/4-2/8 (6) 1/7-2/11 (5) 2/15-3/21 (6) 2/18-3/24 (6)

Cheerleading I - #233014 Ready to learn what it takes to be a cheerleader? Our exciting clinic introduces you to the basics in a fun and engaging atmosphere. Participants learn techniques of cheers, jumps, and tumbling. Participants learn the importance of teamwork through games and group activities.

Time 5:00-6:00P 10:00-11:00A 5:00-6:00P 10:00-11:00A

Res/NR $115/170 $95/143 $115/170 $115/170

No class dates: Sect 02: 1/14

1st & 2nd Grade Basketball League #233062 Instructional league allows boys and girls to play while working on fundamentals and games situations. A practice will precede each game and will focus on different drills to be used in that game. Location: South Park Sch. Min/Max: 10/40 Instructor: All Star Sports Staff Sect. Gr. Date (# cl) 01 1 1/14-3/3 (9) 02 2 1/14-3/3 (9)

Sports & Athletics

Day W Sa W Sa

Day Time Res / NR Sa 9:00-10:00A $90/130 Sa 10:15-11:15A $90/130

Sect 01 02 03 04 05 06

Gr 3/4 Girls 3 Boys 4 Boys 5 Boys 5/6 Girls 6 Boys

Min/Max: 32/40

Date (#cl) 2/6-3/19 (5) 2/15-3/21(6) 2/15-3/21(6) 2/15-3/21(6) 2/16-3/22 (6) 2/10-3/16 (6)

Time 4:00-6:00P 4:00-5:30P 5:30-7:00p 7:00-8:30P 5:00-6:30P 4:00-5:30P

Day M W W W Th F

Fee $55/80 $65/95 $65/95 $65/95 $65/95 $65/95

No class: Sect. 01: 2/21, 3/7; Sect. 06: 2/18

Baseball 2 - #231110 Keep the kids moving and learning. Our main focus is to have FUN. We believe a love for the game must be developed for them to move on. We will cover the correct fundamentals of throwing, hitting fielding and running the bases. We will cover the game in detail while having fun. The batting tee will be taken away after a couple of classes. Equipment: Must bring own glove Location: SRC Min/Max: 6/16 Instructor: All Star Sports Instruction Sect. Age Date (# cl) Day Time Res/NR 01 6-9 1/9-3/19 (8) M 4:00-5:00P $89131 No class: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

Fencing - #233001 Learn tactics, strategies, attacks and defenses and do conditioning, footwork, drilling and bouting in each session. Course makes learning fencing fun and interesting. All fitness levels accepted. Chicago Athletic Assoc. provides the equipment. Students must wear long pants to class. Location: SRC Ages: 8 and up Sect # 01 02 03 04

Level Yth/Beg Yth/Cont Yth/Beg Yth/Cont

Min/Max: 6/10 Fee: $155 Res/$230 NR Date (# cl) 1/4-2/8 (6) 1/4-2/8 (6) 2/15-3/21 (6) 2/15-3/21 (6)

Day W W W W

Time 4-5:00P 5-6:00P 4-5:00P 5-6:00P

Location: SRC Min/Max: 10/20 Instructor: On The Go sports inc. Sect. Gr Date (# cl) 01 1-2 1/9-3/19 (8) 02 3-5 1/9-3/19 (8)

Day Time Res/NR M 4:00-5:00P $155/230 M 5:00-6:00P $155/230

No class: Sect. 01 & 02: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

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Youth & Teen Sports & Athletics - continued Dodgeball - #231112 Come out and learn the 5 D’s of dodgeball – Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive, and Dodge! Players will be taught strategies on getting their opponents out as well as how to avoid getting out themselves. Safety is very important to us so we only use safe equipment in this class. Location: SRC Instructor: All Star Sports

Min/Max: 6/20

Sec. 01 02 03 04

Time 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P

Age 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11

Date (# cl) 1/12-2/9 (5) 1/12-2/9 (5) 2/23-3/22 (5) 2/23-3/22 (5)

Day Th Th Th Th

Res/NR $56/80 $56/80 $56/80 $56/80

Middle School Indoor Cycling - # 292803 Want to blast calories and stress? Join the pack for an upbeat and energizing group cycling adventure. We’ll race flat roads, climb hills, jump and sprint, all while pedaling to motivating and popular top-20 hits. Everyone crosses the finish line feeling like a winner! Location: SRC Instructor: Carol Sect. Dates (# cl) 01 1/12-2/16 (6) 02 2/23-3/29 (6)

Grades: 6-8 Min/Max: 5/20 Day Times Fees (R/NR) Th 4:00-5:00P $83/$100 Th 4:00-5:00P $83/$100

Archery! (equipment provided) - #233050 Learn shooting form, scoring, how to compete, and how to compete like a champion! Learn to shoot Olympic style archery. Location: SRC Instructor: Staff Sec. Age

Date (#cl)

Min/Max: 5/12 Day Time

Fee

8-12 1/9-3/19 (8)

M

4:00-5:00P

$89

13-18 1/9-3/19 (8)

M

5:15-6:15P

$89

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Teen Yoga (Mind Body Fun) - #222501

Boxing can be an excellent source of conditioning and a terrific way to satisfy the basic human need of recognition in a positive manner. Program is specifically designed to provide an extremely fulfilling and beneficial experience. It’s a great way to release frustrations in a positive way and build self-confidence and character.

Enjoy breathing techniques, movement, music and relaxation to increase your focus and confidence. Class links breath with movement to ease you into beginning, moderate, and advanced yoga poses. Feel free to bring your own mat or purchase one of ours for $10.

Beginning stages cover punching, defensive and offensive fundamentals. For proper boxing etiquette, consistency is a must; and weekly repetition improves muscle strength, mental sharpness, stress management and increased flexibility, and potentially, weight loss. Boxing enhances focus, confidence, respect, discipline, control and self-defense, while you become physically fit. Learn basic skills and get in condition using jump ropes and various boxing drills. Learn the basic stance, footwork and punches. The goal is to help you be the best at everything you put your mind to and to have fun doing it. Location: My Kempo Martial Arts Studio 786 S. Buffalo Grove Rd., B.G., (847-947-8709) Instructor: My Kempo Martial Arts Studio Days: Mon. & Thurs. Min/Max: 6/20 Sect. Age 01 14+ 02 8-14

Date (#cl) 1/9-3/15 (17) 1/9-3/15 (17)

Time 6:00-7:00P 4:00-5:30P

Fees $204 $204

Location: SRC Instructor: Yoga Bash Sect. 01

Age: 12+ Min/Max: 5/15

Date (# cl) Day Time Res / NR 1/10-3/27 (12) Tu 4:00-5:00P $185/221

Yoga for Athletes - #252709 Stretching is critical for flexibility and range of motion. Physical fitness, ballet, and yoga are combined to create a class designed for athletes to enhance their training and exercise program. Emphasis is on the restorative aspects of yin yoga to relax the body and focus the mind by holding core poses and applying moderate, slow and even pressure on connective tissue, ligaments and joints. This class provides insurance against injury and replenish the body’s vitality. Location: SRC Instructor: April Epstein Sec. Date (# cl) 01 1/8-3/18 (11)

Age: 14+ Min/Max: 6/12

Day Time Res/NR Su 1:00-2:15P $149/$185

No class: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

Middle School Kickboxing - #292802

Seasonal Sports Camps

A high energy and fun fitness workout.

Sports Camps are offered during both Winter Break and Spring Break for boys and girls interested in some competition. Sports played include soccer, kickball, wiffleball and basketball. There will be a break for lunch and time to swim in the Sachs Recreation Center indoor pool. Sportsmanship, teamwork, and having fun will be stressed during this camp.

Challenge your body with this bootcamp style cardiokickboxing class. Punch, kick, squat, jump, crunch, shout and so much more while getting into awesome shape. It’s a great way to burn calories, reduce stress, increase strength and energy to today’s hottest music. Location: SRC Instructor: Michelle Sect. Dates (#cl) 01 1/9-2/13 (6) 02 2/20-3/26 (6)

Min/Max: 5/20 Grades: 6-8

Day Times Fees (R/NR) M 4:00-4:50P $95/$113 M 4:00-4:50P $95/$113

Location: SRC Instructor: Deerfield Park Dist. Staff Min/Max: December Camp: 20/50 Spring Break Camp: 10/40

Holiday Sports Camp - #233008

After School Archery 01

Boxing Class - #233065

Sec Gr Date (# cl) Day Time 01 1-2 12/19 -12/22 (4) M-Th 9A-2P 02 3-5 12/27-12/30 (4) Tu-F 9A-2P

Res/NR $80/120 $80/120

Adult League (beginners welcome) 03

Adult 1/9-3/19 (8)

M

No class: 1/16, 2/20, 3/7

6:30-7:30P

$89

Spring Break Sports Camp #333008 Sec Gr Date (# cl) 01 1-5 3/26-3/30 (5)

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Youth & Teen

FitStart - for Age: 16+ - #292805

Sports & Athletics - continued Youth Volleyball - #233049

This successful program, in it’s 3rd season, helps you incorporate diet and exercise into your daily routine. FitStart includes exercise and different nutrition topics each week.

Ready, set SPIKE! This energizing co-ed clinic teaches fundamentals in a fun team setting. Former collegiate and pro volleyball stars teach passing, setting, spiking, serving, and blocking. Class stresses the importance of discipline and teamwork as it equates to success on the court.

Nutritionist Jamie Portnoy guides you through this challenging and life-style changing program. Enjoy all SRC amenities & exercise programs. Weekly weigh-ins and progress analysis, menus and access to an amazing variety of group exercise classes.

Location: SRC Min/Max: 10/30 Instructors: On The Go sports inc.

Sponsored by Whitehall of Deerfield.

Sect. Gr 01 1-2 02 3-5 03 6-8 04 1-2 05 3-5 06 6-8

Date (# cl) 1/3-2/7 (6) 1/3-2/7 (6) 1/3-2/7 (6) 2/14-3/20 (6) 2/14-3/20 (6) 2/14-3/20 (6)

Day Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu

Time 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 6:00-7:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 6:00-7:00P

Lose Weight, Get Healthy, Feel Great!

Res/NR $115/$170 $115/$170 $115/$170 $115/$170 $115/$170 $115/$170

Flag Football - #233055 Learn football from athletes who have played football at the collegiate and/or professional level. This high energy non-contact football clinic teaches the fundamentals of the sport including passing, receiving, blocking, routes, and more. Classes will also include scrimmages and occasional guest speakers from current and former NFL and college teams. Location: SRC Instructor: On The Go sports inc. Min/Max: 10/20 Sect. Gr 01 1-2 02 3-5 03 1-2 04 3-5

Date (# cl) 1/5-2/9 (6) 1/4-2/8 (6) 2/16-3/22 (6) 2/15-3/21 (6)

Day Th W Th W

Time 4:00-5:00P 4:00-5:00P 4:00-5:00P 4:00-5:00P

Res/NR $115/170 $115/170 $115/170 $115/170

Location: SRC Instructor: Jamie Portnoy, MS, RD, LDN Sect. Dates 01 1/9-3/12 (10)

Days Times Min/Max M & W 6-7:00P 14/30

Fees: (R/NR =Deerfield Park Dist. Resident/NonRes): $245–R/SRC Member; $315–R/SRC NonMember; $375–NR/SRC NonMember. FitStart Alumni Rates: $75–SRC Member; $204–R/SRC NonMember; $237–NR/SRC NonMember

Jungle Gym Training is a performance training tool that leverages gravity and the user’s body weight to enable hundreds of exercises for participants of all levels of fitness. If you are new to Jungle Gym or looking for a new training technique, Jungle Gym 101 is the class for you. Enrollment is limited to eight participants.

Karate - #233004 Build coordination, agility, strength and poise; release tension and get in touch with your body. Karate helps foster a strong, positive self-image. The mental aspect builds confidence, control and discipline, while developing muscle tone, cardiovascular fitness and skills. Advanced students improve techniques and learn valuable self-defense skills. Regardless of your age, weight or condition, karate can put you and your family on the road to fitness and well-being. Location: SRC Min/Max: 15/35 Instructors: IL Shotokan Karate Day/Date/#Classes: Tu., 1/3-3/20 (12)

Sect. Level Adult (and Youth 7 years & up) 01 Beg./Novice Wht-Yel Belt 02 Int. Blue-Purple Belt 03 Adv. Brown-Black Belt

Date

Time

1/3-3/20 6:30-7:30P 1/3-3/20 7:30-8:30P 1/3-3/20 7:30-9:00P

Parent and Child (7 years & up) 04 Beg./Novice Wht-Yel Belt 1/3-3/20 6:30-7:30P 05 Int. Blue-Purple Belt 1/3-3/20 7:30-8:30P 06 Adv. Brown-Black Belt 1/3-3/20 7:30-9:00P

Location: SRC Age: 16+ Instructor: SRC Personal Training Staff Min/Max: 5/8 Sect. Dates (# cl) 01 1/11-2/29 (8) 02 1/12-3/01 (8) 03 1/13-3/02 (8) 04 1/14-3/03 (8)

Day W Th F Sa

Time 6:45-7:45P 6:00-7:00A 9:00-10:00A 9:00-10:00A

Fee M/NM* $120/$192 $120/$192 $120/$192 $120/$192

Preschool - #231113 Gymnasts will fall in love with rhythmic gymnastics through creative dance, fun with apparatus, coordination and flexibility exercises that are interwoven with music. Gymnasts may wear leotards or basic dance clothes. All clothing should allow for free movement and should not be overly baggy. Hair should be pulled back from the face and neck. Location: SRC Instructor: Staff - TBA

Fee: $113R/$167NR for 1 hr. class Fee: $155R/$225NR for 1.5 hr. class (For Sect. 04-06: per person)

Jungle Gym 101 - #292807

RHYTHMICS GYMNASTICS

Register Online at: www.deerfieldparks.org

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/7-2/11 (6) 02 2/18-3/24 (6)

Age 3-4 Min/Max: 10/20

Day Time Fee Sa 10:00-10:45A $71 Sa 10:00-10:45A $71

Beginning - #231114 If you like music, dance, tumbling, and creativity, you have to try rhythmic gymnastics. It combines the beauty and artistry of dance with the strength and power of tumbling. Gymnasts perform routines to music using hand apparatus such as ribbons, balls, hoops, ropes and clubs. In the beginner class, girls will learn the basic body positions, elementary apparatus handling and musicality. Gymnasts may wear leotards or basic dance clothes. Hair should be pulled back from the face and neck. Location: SRC Instructor: Staff - TBA Sec. 01 02 03 04

Date (# cl) 1/4-2/8 (6) 2/15-3/21 (6) 1/7-2/11 (6) 2/18-3/24 (6)

Day W W Sa Sa

Age: 5-18 Min/Max: 10/20

Time Fee 5:00-6:00P $89 5:00-6:00P $89 11:00A-12:00P $89 11:00A-12:00P $89

Advanced Beginning - #231115 Gymnasts will continue to learn basic body positions and apparatus handling, adding skills as they are mastered. Girls will improve flexibility and confidence. Location: SRC Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/3-2/7 (6) 02 2/14-3/20 (6)

Age: 5-18 Min/Max: 10/20

Day Time Fee Tu 5:00-6:15P $107 Tu 5:00-6:15P $107

* M=SRC Member; NM=SRC Non-Member

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Youth & Teen

Teen ‘N’ Training (TNT): H.S. Students under 16 years of age

One-Day General and Sport Specific Camps

Sports & Athletics - continued

Now’s the time to get fit! The Sachs Recreation Center TNT Fitness Pass offers students under 16 who are currently enrolled in high school an opportunity to become a Fitness Center member. Upon successful completion of the 3-hour TNT training class and payment of monthly membership fees, TNT pass holders are entitled to use: Cardiovascular training equipment; Full line of strength resistance equipment; Swimming pool and open gym; all group exercise classes (Yoga, Indoor Cycling, more); Full service locker room/towel service; Four lane track (walk/jog/run). Training classes are ongoing. Fee for the training class is $50. Call Tim at 847-572-2661 for details.

Athletes learn how to improve running form to get a little quicker and gain that extra burst of speed. Trainers use a scientifically proven formula to increase athletes’ speed, agility, and explosiveness: three key skills required to be great at any sport. Camp includes video analysis of athlete’s running form. Camps are great for busy schedules or athletes wanting an introduction into speed training without the time and financial commitments of weekly clinics. Each camp runs for 3 hours.

Taekwondo (Deerfield) - #233036 Taekwondo offers benefits for people of all ages and physical abilities: improve concentration and self esteem, achieve lifelong physical fitness, and learn self-defense skills. A $45 uniform fee is required at the first class. Belt testing (twice per year) is offered at an additional fee. All colored belt students are required to have complete sparring gear. For more information, call 847-480-9224.* Location: SRC (847-572-2600) Instructor: KH Kim’s Taekwondo Staff* Day/Date (#cl): Th/ 1/5-3/22 (12) Fee: $149R/$221NR

House of Speed at Sachs Recreation Center: Overview

Little Dragons - Age: 4-5 Sect.: 01: 4:00-4:40P; Sect.: 04: 6:25-7:05P Min/Max: 4/12 Introductory class designed to captivate the interest of our youngest students. Skills are developed through gentle instruction and appropriate games based on ability. Class focuses on developing balance, coordination, and respect for the discipline of martial arts training.

Early - Age: 6-7 Sect.: 02: 4:45-5:30P Min/Max: 4/20 Designed especially for the younger children of 6-7 years, this program helps kids develop conditioning, coordination, listening skill, and self-confidence through creative activities

Youth - Age: 8-13 Sect.: 03: 5:35-6:20P

Min/Max: 4/20

Balanced cardiovascular workout: punching, kicking and blocking skills, using the Taekwondo tradition and self control. Participants will improve coordination, concentration, balance and physical and mental discipline.

Parent/Child - Age: 7+ w/parent Sect. 05: 7:10-8:00P Min/Max: 4/20 Class provides families with a fun opportunity to spend time together while improving physical and mental conditioning through cardiovascular drills, calisthenics, and traditional Taekwondo techniques including punching, kicking, and blocking. FEE is per person.

1/10 of a second can be the difference between making the JV team and the Varsity team. Deerfield Park District and House of Speed work in partnership to offer a program that increases an athlete’s speed, agility, and explosiveness for all sports. This scientifically proven training formula combined with advanced training technology such as PowerPull, MySpeed and Dartfish can be the difference in your child’s athletic career. Monthly camps, weekly clinics and private and team training are offered to fit athletes’ specific needs. Adult training is also offered year round.

Weekly Clinics Ages: Boys & Girls age 8 years through college students. Weekly 90-120 minute classes are grouped by age to ensure the proper level of fun and intensity. Clinics focus on balance, stability, straight ahead speed, burst of speed, lateral agility, mental quickness, and vertical explosiveness. Great for all sports. Clinics provide the most flexibility as you choose which days each week to attend. Fee: Purchase packages of sessions like a punch card. Visit http://houseofspeed.com/ northshore for schedule, fees, and to sign-up. Day/Time: Thursdays 6:00-8:00 p.m., after school Fridays 4:00-5:30 p.m, and Sundays, 2:30-4:30 p.m. (Designed to work around your schedule, participants may choose which days to attend each week).

Adult - Age: 14+ Sect.: 06: 7:10-8:00P Min/Max: 4/10 Restricted to high school students and older, this program concentrates on techniques through the study of forms, stances, and the skills of punching, kicking, and blocking.

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Ages: Boys and girls 8 years through college students (grouped by age to ensure proper level of fun and intensity.) Fee: $60R/$70NR per one-day camp. Register for camps at http://il-north-shore.houseofspeed.com/camps. Sess. # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Dates/Day /Time 1/16 (Mon) 9-12 1/16 (Mon) 9-12 2/11 (Sat) 1-4 2/20 (Mon) 9-12 3/5 (Mon) 9-12 4/6 (Fri) 9-12 5/5 (Sat) 9-12 5/6 (Sun) 9-12

Sport General Baseball Specific General General General General General Football Specific

Football Combine Training (8 weeks) Do you want to get noticed at the spring and summer national combines? Don’t show up cold and not know what to expect. Learn how to maximize your ability and excel at the national combines by attending our 8 week program. The program is designed and proven by former NFL player and 6 time Super Bowl player Don Beebe. Learn the tips and tricks that have helped college athletes move up the board on draft day. We will take you through a progressive schedule that builds your skills on the following events: 40 yard dash, 20 yard shuttle (Pro Agility), Vertical, Broad Jump, and 3 Cone drill. Did you know there are a specific number of steps that are optimal in the 3 Cone drill? Learn it in this camp. Age:

Grades 7-11

Fee: See Below. Register at http://il-north-shore.houseofspeed.com/camps Dates: 1/12 - 3/4 (16 sessions) Days/Times: 1 Hour Sessions Thurs. 7-8:00 p.m.; Sun. 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Activity in Motion SachsRecCenter.org

Costs: $499, register by December 31; $580 on January 1 455 Lake Cook Road 847-572-2600

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Athletic Affiliate Organizations Deerfield Youth Baseball and Softball Association (DYBA) DYBA is proud to be affiliated with Deerfield Park District. Our games, practices and other events are held on almost 30 softball and baseball fields maintained by the park district. About 1,500 children from Deerfield and surrounding communities enjoyed playing ball, meeting friends and learning athletic and life skills through participation in DYBA. We offer house t-ball, baseball and softball programs for kids in their last year of pre-school through junior year of high school (2007 was our inaugural Colt League season)! We have travel teams in baseball and softball for all ages from 9 through 14 (look for information on our new 16U travel softball team). All registration for the spring and summer seasons will be done on-line. Please check our website: www.DYBA.com for announcements about registration as well as for information about off-season baseball and softball clinics. Our spring house leagues generally begin immediately following spring break and conclude the last week of school in June. Our summer house leagues (look for registration information early in the spring) generally begin the last week of June and will conclude in early August. In the meantime, keep your gloves in shape, dream about hitting that game winning home run and count down the days until spring training!

And for the Adult Athletes (18+) in the House, check out our EVENING LEAGUES at Sachs Recreation Center see - PAGE 53 Adult CoRec Volleyball: Mondays at Sachs Recreation Center

Basketball (Men’s): Tues. & Wednesdays at Sachs Recreation Center

Deerfield AYSO

Pegasus Soccer Club

American Youth Soccer Organization

20+ Years of Travel Soccer Excellence

is a nonprofit, all volunteer, national organization that promotes youth development through soccer. AYSO provides safe, fair and fun recreation for children between the ages of 4 and 19. There are no tryouts for AYSO as our philosophy is: Everyone Plays, Balanced Teams, Open Registration, Positive Coaching and Good Sportsmanship.

Pegasus Soccer Club teams have had a long history of success, from league play to tournaments to cups at the state and regional levels. Today, Pegasus offers a competitive (a.k.a. travel) soccer experience for boys and girls (ages 8 to 18) and an Academy Program for boys and girls, ages 4 to 8.

Every year we put more than 2000 children in Deerfield on fields to participate in the world’s most popular sport. We offer both Fall and Spring programs as well as coach and referee training. In addition to our regular program we also offer:

VIP (Very Important Player) Program AYSO VIP Program provides a quality soccer experience for children whose physical or mental disabilities make it difficult to successfully participate on mainstream teams. VIP teams may include those who: • are blind or visually impaired • are amputees or have conditions that impair mobility • are mentally or emotionally disabled • have autism, Downs Syndrome or Cerebral Palsy. These kids are Very Important Players (VIP) in AYSO. We recognize that all children need to feel a sense of belonging and acceptance. The VIP program offers that acceptance and carries our philosophy of Everyone Plays® to new heights –giving everyone a chance to play. With more than 40 years of youth soccer and educational experience, AYSO is the nation’s leading youth soccer program. Now, we’ve combined our unique philosophies with the best professional soccer coaching available to create AYSO Soccer Camps. So now you can get first-rate, professional soccer skills training in the supportive, player-friendly environment for which AYSO is famous. To get additional information about Deerfield AYSO and stay up to date on all our programs, including current registration information, please visit us at www.DeerfieldAYSO.org.

The mission of Pegasus Soccer Club is to develop young players to their fullest potential and to help them understand and enjoy the game of soccer. We endeavor to promote confidence and self esteem through emphasis on individual skill development, the spirit of teamwork, and sportsmanship in a positive competitive atmosphere. Our approach is to focus on the development of each child as both a skilled soccer player and a good team player, while also striving to create positive life-long attitudes and values among our players. For our competitive players, the soccer year has a fall season (September to November), winter session (January to March), and a spring season (April to June). Boys’ games are generally on Saturdays and girls’ games are on Sundays. Our Academy Program provides a great opportunity for recreational players to receive professional training and develop their emerging soccer skills while enhancing their enthusiasm for the sport. The program is organized to complement the players’ recreational experience, as they are encouraged to continue playing recreational soccer while participating in the Academy Program. Academy Program sessions are conducted in the fall, winter, and spring. For more information about our competitive soccer or Academy programs, please visit our web site at www.PegasusSoccerClub.org or email us at info@PegasusSoccerClub.org.

ADULTS: Deerfield also offers adult soccer for both men and women. Anyone interested in playing can contact the club for more information about these programs.

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Or, if Leagues aren’t for you, check out other great fitness activities in this brochure, like…

455 Lake Cook Road 847-572-2600

Archery • Dance • Fencing • Golf • Martial Arts • Pickleball • Pilates • Racquetball • Swimming • Tai Chi • Tennis • Yoga

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Affiliate/Sponsored Organizations / NSSRA / Conduct Affiliate/Sponsored Groups* American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO)

604-1560

Big Band Sound of Deerfield

945-5321

Coho Swim Club

945-0650

Deerfield Area Historical Society

948-0680

Deerfield Bridge Club

475-3830

Deerfield Community Concert Band

295-3343

Deerfield Family Theater

945-0650

Deerfield Pegasus Soccer

209-4410

Deerfield Recyclers Square Dance Club

945-3310

Deerfield Scampers (Camping Club)

255-8962

Deerfield Youth Baseball Association (DYBA)

945-5055

Falcons Hockey Association

432-5754

Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association

509-9400

Young Warriors Football

948-0927

*All phone numbers have 847 prefixes unless otherwise indicated.

Program/Facility Participant Conduct The Deerfield Park District reserves the right to suspend, expel or deny participation in any program or facility to any person whose behavior materially interferes or disrupts the quality of those offerings, the enjoyment of them by other participants or the ability of staff to conduct or manage the activities or facilities. A child’s parent or guardian will be notified of the first incident; the second incident shall require the presence of a parent at a meeting with the instructor and a Park District administrator/ supervisor; a third incident may result in the expulsion or suspension of the child from the program, event or facility. If a child engages in behavior(s) which may result in bodily harm to others, an immediate meeting with the parent may be called. If such behavior warrants it, immediate suspension or expulsion may result. Temporary suspension from participation due to misconduct will not entitle participant to a refund. An adult shall receive one verbal or written warning. The second incident may result in suspension from the program, event or facility. If an adult physically strikes a person or object or throws an object at another person, or takes any other action that may pose a real threat of bodily harm to others, or is verbally abusive to others, s/he may immediately be suspended or expelled from the program or facility.

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Guide to Deerfield Park District Summer Camps 2012 –no camp July 4 For General Information: call 847-945-0650; email: info@deerfieldparks.org or visit: www.deerfieldparks.org. Register online: www.dpfd.org; in-person or by mail: 836 Jewett Park Drive, Deerfield, IL 60015; or by fax (if paying with credit card): 847-945-0699. This specially designed section includes everything needed to provide your child/children the best that summer has to offer. Includes: registration form, transportation information, dates, times, costs, camp descriptions and more.

CAMPS: Table of Contents Choices by Type & Age (by 9/1). With options for Full Day!

Summer Fun: we’ve got camps for everyone! • So Big (3 yrs.) • Sun ‘n’ Fun (4 yrs.) • Little Scampers (Kdg.) • #1 Camp (Gr. 1) • Pathfinders (Gr. 2) • Trail Blazers (Gr. 3) • Explorers (Gr. 4-6) • Art Sampler (Gr. 3-8) • Stage & Screen (Gr. 4-9) • Sports Camps: Rookies: Gr. 1-2; Girls: Gr. 3-5, Middle School; Boys: Gr. 3, Gr. 4, Gr. 5, Gr. 6; Middle School • CIT -Counselor-in-Training (Age 14-15) • Extended Camp Care (Gr. K-5) 8 AM - 6 PM • Extra Added Attraction (Gr. K-5) offering two optional/additional weeks when camps end • All Star Sports Camps: (Gr. 1-2): Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Flag Football and Multi-Sport • All Star Sports Camps: (Gr. 6-8): Volleyball • Deerfield Golf Club & Learning Center offers Junior Golf Camps (Ages 7-17) • First Serve Management Tennis Camps (Gr. 1-12) • Brian Silberman Baseball Camps (Gr. 1-6) NOTE: 1/2-Day “After-Summer School” Camps will be listed in our Spring / Summer Program Guide, due out in February

CAMP LOCATIONS & OPTIONS

CAMP INFORMATION MEETINGS - SUMMER, 2012

See next page for List of All Camp Locations. See page 39 for All Options for Deerfield Park District Day Camps.

For Participants attending morning summer school…please watch for our AFTER SUMMER SCHOOL CAMPS which appear in our next Deerfield Park District Program Guide expected to be mailed early in February. After Summer School Camps may include Art, Cooking, Science Fun, Lego Activities, a wide variety of Sports Camps, and more.

Meet staff and get your questions answered. LOCATION: Jewett Park Community Center (JPCC), 836 Jewett Park Dr., Deerfield DATES & TIMES / CAMP: Tuesday, May 22, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.: Pathfinders, Trailblazers, Explorers, Stage and Screen, Sports Camps, Art Camp. FORMAT: Drop in; no formal meeting Wednesday, May 23, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.: #1 Camp, Little Scampers FORMAT: 7 - 7:30 p.m. Parent Meeting Friday, June 15, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.: So Big FORMAT: Individual Parent Meetings Friday, June 15, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.: Sun ‘n’ Fun FORMAT: Open house for parents and kids. NOTE: Format will be outlined in camp parent manual.

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Guide to Deerfield Park District Summer Camps 2012 –no camp July 4 $100 deposit per session required for 6-7 week camp sessions. $50 deposit per session required for 3 or 4 week camp sessions.

The Important Stuff

CAMP REGISTRATION

CAMPER’S GRADE

RESIDENT / NONRESIDENT MAIL-IN, DROP-OFF, & FAX DEADLINE (Received -not postmarked):

Children must be entering the grade of the camp by 9/1/12.

FEES AND DEPOSITS

WALK-IN REGISTRATION BEGINS:

Resident and nonresident fees are listed for each camp. A $50 or $100 nontransferable, nonrefundable deposit is due at registration. This deposit is applicable to tuition. Camp fees can not be prorated to accommodate vacations. Please see individual camp descriptions for deposit amount.

CAMP PAYMENT OPTION A camp payment plan is again being offered for the 2012 camp season. Your camp fees can now be paid in five (5) equal monthly payments through an automatic installment billing process. Installment billing must be set up as an automatic charge/debit to a credit card or from a bank account. All automatic (or electronic) account withdrawals (ACH) and credit card charges will be processed on the 15th day of Feb., March, April, May and June of 2012. Please be aware that this is the only payment plan that will be offered for camp fees. It is expected that all camp fees will be paid in full prior to the start of the first day of camp for participants to attend camp. For more information and/or enrollment forms for this payment option, please contact the registration office at 847-945-0650 before January 27, 2012.

CAMP SITES Summer camp locations listed in this brochure may change due to Deerfield public school scheduling. We will advise you of changes should they occur.

PARENT MANUAL Parent manuals will be mailed the first week of April. Inside you will find a health history form, carpool and buddy list information as well as information about the camp your child will be attending.

BUDDY REQUESTS Information about buddy requests can be found in the day camp parent manual, due to be mailed the first week of April. There are no buddy requests for Sports Camps.

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Friday, January 6, 2012, by 5 p.m. Monday, January 23, 2012, 9 a.m. Summer camp registration will be held in January. If you wish, you may send in your camp registration forms and fees when you register for winter programs in November. Camp confirmation will be sent after the January lottery. For details about the lottery registration procedures, please see the Lottery/Registration Information pages at the back of this brochure.

REGISTRATION PROCESS When registering for a Deerfield Park District day camp program, please use the regular Deerfield Park District registration forms. Our registration for general winter programs will be held in December. The lottery for day camp registration will be held in January. When the park district offices are not open, we have a few drop boxes for your convenience inside and outside of the Jewett Park Community Center. You must include a camp deposit check or total payment with your registration form. Your full payment for all sessions of all camps is due on April 20.

Camp Locations in Deerfield Caruso Middle School 1801 Montgomery Drive

Deerfield High School 1959 Waukegan Road

Deerspring Park 200 Deerfield Road

Jewett Park Community Center (JPCC) 836 Jewett Park Drive

Kipling Elementary School Deerfield Road & Kipling Place

Mitchell Park Hazel Avenue & Wilmot Road

Sachs Recreation Center (SRC) 455 Lake Cook Road

Shepard Middle School 440 Grove Place

CAMP REFUND POLICY

South Park Elementary School

One week prior to the start of camp, you may receive a refund on a camp fee less than your $50 or $100 non-refundable, nontransferable deposit. Once camp begins, refunds will be granted only for medical reasons or if you are moving outside of the park district. In these cases, the $50 or $100 deposit will be deducted and the refund will be prorated based on when participation ends.

1421 Hackberry

If your child is unable to continue in a program because of a medical problem, you must submit a letter from your doctor on his/her letterhead in order to receive a refund. If you are moving out of the district, in order to obtain a refund, you must submit proof in writing that you are moving.

St. Gregory Church Deerfield & Wilmot Road

Trinity Church 760 North Avenue Walden Elementary School Essex Court & Warrington

Wilmot Elementary School Wilmot Road & Deerfield Road

Camp Locations in Riverwoods Deerfield Golf Club & Learning Center 1201 Saunders, Riverwoods

For more information about our summer camp programs, please call the registration office at 847-945-0650.

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Guide to Deerfield Park District Summer Camps 2012 –no camp July 4 $100 deposit per session required for 6-7 week camp sessions. $50 deposit per session required for 3 or 4 week camp sessions.

DAY CAMPS So Big Camp - #424001 So Big Camp is a wonderful transition from home to a day camp setting –and it’s lots of fun! The experience helps young children make an easy adjustment to preschool activities offered by the park district. Our goals are to expose children to many new experiences as well as help develop their social skills. Children will learn new songs, crafts, and games. A small snack and beverage is provided daily. At So Big Camp, a child will get to know children in the community and develop lifelong friendships. Our wonderful staff will make camp a warm and exciting place to spend a summer. Please bring a sack lunch and drink for your camper each day.

Age:

3 years by 9/1/12 (must be toilet trained) Location: JPCC Min/Max: 15/25 Sect. Date (# wks) 01 6/18 - 8/1 (7) 02 6/19 - 8/2 (7) 03 6/18 - 8/2 (7)

Day M/W Tu/Th M-Th

Time 9:15A -12:15P 9:15A -12:15P 9:15A -12:15P

Fee (R/NR) $501/600 $540/647 $1036/1242

Little Scampers - #424003

Pathfinders Camp #454001

This camp has a low-key, noncompetitive yet structured atmosphere geared to the needs, interests and skills of the young child. The camp includes swimming lessons, games, crafts, drama, nature study and music and other activities. A low counselor-child ratio is maintained to personalize the activities, to ensure safety and to encourage each child’s sense of well-being.

A relaxed, noncompetitive atmosphere allows campers to be among their peers doing activities geared to their interests and skill levels. Small group ratios are maintained as Pathfinders participate in athletics and recreational games, art and more. Swim lessons are a part of each camp day. Special events and field trips are planned weekly to add to the fun. Please encourage your child to bring a water bottle, labeled with his/her name, to camp.

Grade: Location: Min/Max:

Kindergarten by 9/1/12 See below 30/50

Little Scampers (5 days) Location: Trinity Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR 01 6/18 - 8/3 (7) M-F 9:30A-2:30P $1195/1433 Location: St. Gregory’s Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 02 6/18 - 8/3 (7) M-F 9:45A - 2:45P $1195/1433

Little Scampers (3 days) Location: Walden Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 03 6/19 - 8/2 (7) Tu/W/Th 9:45A-2:45P $825/989

Grade Location: Min/Max:

Pathfinders (5 days) Sect. Date (# wks) Day Both Sessions (1 & 2) 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F Session 1: 02 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F Session 2: 03 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F

Time

Fee (R/NR)

8:45A-2:45P $1095/1313 8:45P-2:45P $454/544 8:45P-2:45P $646/774

Pathfinders (4 days)

Sun ‘N’ Fun - #424002 Sun ‘N’ Fun features lots of outdoor play, including sand and water activities, outdoor games and crafts in a low-key setting. We emphasize the social, emotional and physical development of our young campers. A snack and beverage will be provided each day. Our day will end with a sack lunch and singing. Trained, experienced leaders will guide your youngsters through this sun and fun-filled Sun ‘N’ Fun experience. Please send your child with a lunch each day.

Age:

4 years by 9/1/12 (must be toilet trained) Min/Max: Sect. 01: 60/100; Sect. 02: 8/20 Location: JPCC Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 01 6/18 - 8/2 (7) M-Th 9:00A - 1:00P $858/1029 02 6/19 - 8/2 (7) Tu-Th 9:00A - 1:00P $637/763

#1 Camp - #424004 Geared to the needs, interests and skills of the first grade child, this camp is a balanced blend of crafts, outdoor games, sports and swim instruction. We believe young campers will rate this camp “number one” on their summer fun list!

Grade: 1st by 9/1/12 Location: See below Min/Max: 25/50 Wilmot; 25/40 Walden 15/25 Deerspring; 20/30 JPCC #1 Camp (5 days) Location: Wilmot Sect. Date (# wks) Day 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F

Time Fee (R/NR) 9:15A-2:30P $1165/1397

Location: Walden Sect. Date (# wks) Day 02 6/18-8/3 M-F

Time Fee (R/NR) 9:15A-2:30P $1165/1397

#1 Camp (4 days)

Campers’ Parents Words Q: Any comments you would like to share? A. “I would tell any Deerfield resident that Sun-N-Fun is a perfect camp for a 4-year old. I would also recommend Lindsay, Rachel, Joseph or any of (my son’s) counselors always! –Ellen G.

Location: Deerspring Pool Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 03 6/18-8/2 (7) M-Th 9:30A-2:45P $1011/1212

# 1 Camp (3 days) Location: JPCC Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 04 6/19- 8/2 (7) Tu/W/Th 9:45A-3:00P $779/934

Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 04 6/18-8/2 (7) M-Th 8:45A-2:45P $888/1065

Trailblazers Camp - #454002 Children will love this noncompetitive camp designed just for third graders. Campers participate in activities from athletics and recreational games to art and dramatics. Daily swim lessons are part of the day too! We’ll also have special events and field trips. Have your child bring a water bottle with his/her name on it. Fun can get very thirsty!

Grade: 3rd by 9/1/12 Location: Walden Min/Max: Sect. 01: 10/40; Sect. 02: 10/20; Sect. 03: 10/20 Trailblazers (5 days) Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) Both Sessions (1 & 2) 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 9:00A-3:00P $1095/1313 Session 1 02 6/18-7/6 (3) Session 2 03 7/9-8/3 (4)

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2nd by 9/1/12 Wilmot Sect 01: 10/100; Sect. 02 &03: 10/20; Sect. 04: 10/40

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M-F 9:00A-3:00P $454/544 M-F 9:00A-3:00P $646/774 NEW THIS YEAR: Door-to-Door Bus Option for Trailblazers. See page 38. run on recycled paper

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Stage and Screen Camp - #454005

Art Sampler Camp - #454007

Lights! Camera! Action! Fun!

Art Camp is designed specifically for the creative child who enjoys all aspects of art. This camp will expose young artists to a variety of media, including painting, cartooning, design, and ceramics. Campers will also have free swim each day during the week. We’ll conclude both Art Camp sessions with an Art Walk to be held on the last day of each session. Because of camp hours, Art Camp Participants are not able to attend morning extended care.

This summer, enjoy an amazing Creative and Performing Arts experience– singing, acting, dancing and on-camera work–with Adam Busch and other talented and professional staff. Explore the creative worlds of Musical Theatre and TV/Movies in breakout classes, all while working towards a culminating ORIGINAL Stage & Screen production, written by campers. Swim, laugh, have a cookout, laugh, have zany “themed days,” laugh and have the BEST summer ever! So come meet some new friends as the curtain rises.

Grades: Location: Min/Max:

Grades: Location: Min/Max:

Entering 3 - 8 by 9/1/12 JPCC 100/40

Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) Session I 01 6/18-7/5 (3) M-Th 10:00A-3:00P $573/687 Session II 02 7/9-7/26 (3) M-Th 10:00A-3:00P $624/748

Explorers - #454003 This noncompetitive camp experience is set in a relaxed yet creative environment. Geared to the needs and interests of the older elementary school child, Explorers Camp provides a variety of activities which are appropriate for this age level. The camper’s day includes open swim, arts and crafts, athletics, and recreational games. Special events, theme weeks, and field trips are among the other fun-filled activities planned. Please encourage your child to bring a water bottle to camp with his/her name on it.

Grades: Location: Min/Max:

4th - 6th by 9/1/12 Walden 10/60

Sect. Date (# wks) Day Session 1 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F Session II 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F

Time

Fee (R/NR)

Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 01 6/11-7/27 (7) M-F 9:30A-3:15P $1565/1877

Counselors-in-Training (C.I.T.) - #454008 The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity for teens in this age group to develop leadership skills through a summer camp experience. Duties will include assisting with games, art projects, and leading an activity of his/her choice. C.I.T.s will be contacted in April to determine their camp and site preferences. Every effort will be made to place C.I.T.s at their preferred site, however, this can not be guaranteed. Mandatory all-staff training takes place the week of June 11. All C.I.T.s must attend. Transportation is the responsibility of the C.I.T.

Age: Location: Min/Max:

14 - 15 by 9/1/12 TBD 5/20

Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 9:00A-3:00P $100/119 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 9:00A-3:00P $140/167 Payment in full is required.

To keep groups competitive, no buddy requests are accepted except for Rookies Camp. Groups at other sports camps are put together by counselors and based on athletic ability. Note: Campers are in their groups between two and three hours per day and can spend the rest of the day with their friends. • HAVE FUN! • Develop athletic and social skills, meet new friends and learn how to interact positively with others in a team/competitive environment • Good sportsmanship – positive attitudes and attributes that can be applied to everyday life

BUS OPTION FOR SPORTS CAMP Neighborhood bus service is available to and from camp. Please see page 39 for fee and registration information and form.

Rookie Sports Camp - #434001 Grades: 1 or 2 by 9/1/12 Location: Walden School Min/Max: 20/50 Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 9:00A-12:30P $285/341 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 9:00A-12:30P $405/485

Girls’ Sports Camps - #434002 Grades: 3-5 by 9/1/12 Location: South Park School Min/Max: 32/60

9:00A-3:00P $554/664

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These camps are designed for those interested in participating in competitive summer sports including softball, soccer, football, kickball, dodgeball, basketball, floor hockey and volleyball. Camps include field trips, demonstrations and free swim (not lessons). Rookies Camp, however, does not include swimming, due to being a half-day program. Competitive sports are a part of each camp, but the focus will vary by age group; i.e., Rookies focuses more on fundamentals, Middle School Camps focus more on fine tuning skills and strategies and competing in tournaments, and the other camps fall in between to varying degrees.

Camp Values

9:00A-3:00P $389/466

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Sports Camps

Register Online at: www.deerfieldparks.org

Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 8:45A-2:45P $464/556 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 8:45A-2:45P $661/792

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Boys’ Sports Camp - 3rd grade - #434003 Grade: 3 by 9/1/12 Location: Deerfield High School Min/Max: 32/50 Sect. Date (# weeks) Day Time 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 8:45A-2:45P 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 8:45A-2:45P

Res / NR $464/556 $661/792

Boys’ Sports Camp - 4th grade - #434004 Grade: 4 by 9/1/12 Location: Deerfield High School Min/Max: 32/50 Sect. Date (# weeks) Day Time 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 8:45A-2:45P 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 8:45A-2:45P

Res / NR $464/556 $661/792

Boys’ Sports Camp - 5th grade - #434005 Grade: 5 by 9/1/12 Location: South Park School Min/Max: 32/50 Sect. Date (# weeks) Day Time 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 9:00A-3:00P 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 9:00A-3:00P

Res / NR $464/556 $661/792

Boys’ Sports Camp - 6th grade #434006 Grade: 6 by 9/1/12 Location: Caruso Middle School Min/Max: 32/50 Sect. Date (# weeks) Day Time 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 9:00A-3:00P 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 9:00A-3:00P

Res / NR $464/556 $661/792

Middle School Girls’ Sports Camp - #434007 Grades: 6-8 by 9/1/12 Location: Wilmot School Min/Max: 24/50 Sect. Date (# wks) 01 6/18-7/6 (3) 02 7/9-7/27 (3)

Day Time M-F 9:00A-3:00P M-F 9:00A-3:00P

Res / NR $533/639 $571/684

Middle School Boys’ Sports Camp - #434008 Grades: 7-8 by 9/1/12 Location: Wilmot School Min/Max: 32/50 Sect. Date (# wks) 01 6/18-7/6 (3) 02 7/9-7/27 (3)

Day Time M-F 9:00A-3:00P M-F 9:00A-3:00P

Res / NR $533/639 $571/684

Extended Camp Care - #454009 Parents may choose morning Extended Camp Care hours, afternoon hours, or both. Children in the morning session will be Extended Camp Care transported from the Jewett Park Community Center to their camp site. Those in the afternoon session will be picked up at their camp sites and dropped off at the community center. To register, please fill out the registration form and include full payment (in addition to camp deposits) with your form. All participants must attend a Deerfield Park District day camp listed in this brochure. Because of the starting times of Art Camp and Stage and Screen, campers at those camps will not be eligible for the morning Extended Camp Care option.

Grade: Location:

Entering K - 5 by 9/1/12 JPCC

Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time Fee (R/NR) Morning Session (7 week) - Grades K - 5 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 7:30-9:00A $357/427 Morning Session I (5 days) - Grades K - 5 02 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 7:30-9:00A $150/179 Morning Session II (5 days) - Grades K - 5 03 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 7:30-9:00A $212/253 Afternoon Session (7 week) - Grades K - 2 04 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 2:30-6:00P $357/427 Afternoon Session I (5 days) - Grades K - 2 05 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 2:30-6:00P $150/179 Afternoon Session II (5 days) - Grades K - 2 06 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 2:30-6:00P $212/253 Afternoon Session (7 weeks) - Grades 3 - 5 07 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 2:30-6:00P $357/427 Afternoon Session I (5 days) - Grades 3 - 5 08 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 2:30-6:00P $150/179 Afternoon Session II (5 days) - Grades 3 - 5 09 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 2:30-6:00P $212/253

Extra Added Attraction - #454010 Designed to help working parents, Extra Added Attraction extends our regular camp season. The camper’s day will include open swim, arts and crafts, athletic and recreational games. Special theme days and field trips are among the other fun-filled activities planned. Parents may not drop off and leave children unsupervised before 7:30 am. All children must be picked up by 6:00 pm. Please send your child with a drink and a sack lunch.

Grades: K - 5 by 9/1/12 Location: JPCC Min/Max: 10/40 Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time

Fee (R/NR)

Grade K-2 01 02

8/6-8/10 (1) M-F 7:30A-6:00P $265/317 8/13-8/17 (1) M-F 7:30A-6:00P $265/317

Grade 3-5 03 04

8/6-8/10 (1) M-F 7:30A-6:00P $265/317 8/13-8/17 (1) M-F 7:30A-6:00P $265/317

Payment in full is required at the time of registration for Extended Camp Care.

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All Star Sports Camps

Volleyball Camp - #434013

All Star Sports Instruction provides camps and programs where children of all ages can learn their desired sport in a fun, safe, and structured environment. All Star Sports strives for kids to develop their confidence and see that they can succeed in whatever they try.

Grade: 6-8 by 9/1/12 Location: Deerspring Pool Min/Max: 8/24

Staff: All Star Sports Instruction Fee: $101R/$120NR (each 5-day camp) Full camp fee required at registration

Baseball Camp - #434010

Day Time M-F 12:30-2:30P M-F 12:30-2:30P

Res / NR $104/156 $104/156

Time 3:30-5:30P

Res / NR $104/156

Multi Sport Camp - #434014 Grade: 1 or 2 by 9/1/12 Location: Walden Min/Max: 16/60 Sect. Date (# wks) 01 7/9-7/13 (1)

Grade: 1 or 2 by 9/1/12 Location: Walden Min/Max: 16/60 Sect. Date (# wks) 01 6/18-6/22 (1) 02 7/23-7/27 (1)

Sect. Date (# wks) Day 01 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F

Full Day Junior Golf Camp Ages 7 to 18 – #485004

Day Time M-F 12:30-2:30P

Res / NR $104/156

Flag Football Camp - #434015 Grade: 1 or 2 by 9/1/12 Location: Walden Min/Max: 16/60 Sect. Date (# wks) Day 01 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F

Time Res / NR 12:30-2:30P $104/156

Fee: $530 per person Min /Max: 4/12

JUNIOR GOLF CAMPS All Golf Camps are at the Deerfield Golf Club and Learning Center, 1201 Saunders, in Riverwoods. Phone: 847-945-8333. Email: Info@ deerfieldgolf.org. Website: deerfieldgolf.org.

Basketball Camp - #434011 Grade: 1 or 2 by 9/1/12 Location: Walden Min/Max: 16/60 Sect. Date (# wks) 01 6/25-6/29 (1)

Day Time M-F 12:30-2:30P

Res / NR $104/156

Soccer Camp - #434012 Grade: 1 or 2 by 9/1/12 Location: Walden Min/Max: 16/60 Sect. Date (# wks) Day Time 01 02

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Res / NR Tu-F 12:30-2:30P $85/114 M-F 12:30-2:30P $104/156

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1/2 Day Junior Golf Camp Ages 7 to 18 – #485009 This ½ day class is designed for junior golfers ages 7 to 18 who want to learn the basics of putting, chipping, pitching, bunkers and on-course instruction. Just a reminder –kids must have clubs. We offer clubs along with golf bags at a discount.

Fee: $330 per person Min/Max: 4/12 Sect. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Date (# cl) 6/12 - 6/15 (4) 6/19 - 6/22 (4) 6/26-6/29 (4) 7/10 - 7/13 (4) 7/17 - 7/20 (4) 7/24 - 7/27 (4) 7/31 - 8/3 (4) 8/7 - 8/10 (4) 6/12 - 6/15 (4) 6/19 - 6/22 (4) 6/26-6/29 (4) 7/10 - 7/13 (4) 7/17 - 7/20 (4) 7/24 - 7/27 (4) 7/31 - 8/3 (4) 8/7 - 8/10 (4)

Day Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F

This full day golf camp is more intense and practice is taken more seriously than in our other junior golf programs. The course meets for 6.5 hours a day and covers all aspects of golf. This instruction will prepare a junior golfer for competitive golf. In this level students will play on the golf course during the class days. Daily snacks, lunch, and weekly prizes are provided. Just a reminder –kids must have clubs. We offer clubs along with golf bags at a discount.

Time 8:30A-11:30A 8:30A-11:30A 8:30A-11:30A 8:30A-11:30A 8:30A-11:30A 8:30A-11:30A 8:30A-11:30A 8:30A-11:30A 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P

Sect. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08

Date (# cl) 6/12 - 6/15 (4) 6/19 - 6/22 (4) 6/26-6/29 (4) 7/10 - 7/13 (4) 7/17 - 7/20 (4) 7/24 - 7/27 (4) 7/31 - 8/3 (4) 8/7 - 8/10 (4)

Day Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F Tu-F

Time 8:30A-3:00P 8:30A-3:00P 8:30A-3:00P 8:30A-3:00P 8:30A-3:00P 8:30A-3:00P 8:30A-3:00P 8:30A-3:00P

Girls Golf Camp Ages 8-14 – #485014 The Girls Golf Academy program provides a quality learning experience for junior girls in a fun and developmentally appropriate golf environment with personal instruction. The healthy and positive learning environment is designed to help every golfer improve. Presented by Total Impact Golf ’s LPGA Professional Trena McDaniel. The small student to teacher ratio insures personal attention. All range balls, golf course fees, student workbook and video, lunch, beverages and snacks are provided.

Min/Max: 6/16 Fee: $535 per person Sect. 01 02 03

Date (# cl) 6/18-6/21 (4) 7/9-7/12 (4) 8/13-8/16 (4)

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Day M-Th M-Th M-Th

Time 8:30A-3:00P 8:30A-3:00P 8:30A-3:00P

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Hoops Education Basketball Camp – #494015 presented by David Adelman & Play Hard Hoops In its third year, this co-ed camp is dedicated to teaching the game of basketball while stressing sportsmanship, teamwork, enthusiasm, and a positive attitude on and off the court. The goal is to have a great time regardless of ability while learning skills and fundamentals to be a good player. Camp consists of stations, contests, game play, and the ability to learn from coaches with college and pro. experience. Fee includes camp T-shirt, prizes and individual team awards. Max: 36 Grade/ Loc.: 1-6 at SRC Days: Monday - Friday Sect. 01 02 03 04

Camp Full Day AM Half Day PM Half Day PM Half Day

Date 6/11-6/15 6/11-6/15 6/11-6/15 6/18-6/22

Time 9:00A - 3:00P 9:00 - 11:45A 12:05 - 3:00P 12:05 - 3:00P

Cost $240 $175 $175 $175

Brian Silberman’s Baseball - #433012 This camp gives kids who like baseball a chance to learn more. The very small groups permit personal instruction. The camp philosophy is Fun, Skill Development & Character Building. Brian grew up in Deerfield and started in DYBA. He played baseball at Deerfield High School and at the University of South Florida where his coach was Hall of Fame pitcher Robin Roberts. In the past ten years, hundreds of kids have experienced the positive, confidence-building philosophy of Brian’s Camps. For more information, check out www. briansbaseballcamp.com.

Location: Maplewood Park Instructor: Brian Silberman and College Baseball Players Min/Max: 12/48 Sect. Gr. 01 1-6 02 1-6

Date (cl) 6/11-6/14 (4) 6/11-6/14 (4)

Day Time Res / NR M-Th 9A-12P $150/190 M-Th 1-4P $150/190

TENNIS CAMPS 2012 Dana Joseph and Chris Cabanban of First Serve Management and their team of instructors provide tennis services at Sachs Recreation Center indoor courts and at the Deerfield Park District’s outdoor courts. First Serve’s mission is to nurture the love of the game of tennis. Family-friendly programming is offered that encourages students to play the sport for a lifetime and provides a path to pursue the level they wish to attain. From beginning recreational players looking for fitness and fun to tournament competitors, instructors understand that people of all ages play tennis for different reasons. They believe tennis brings people together –families, friends and new acquaintances– who then become friends through tennis. The quality and experience of their teaching distinguishes First Serve Management from their peers. Their entire staff is certified by either the USPTA or the USPTR and is constant from the start of a lesson session to the end.

First Serve Half Day (AM) Tennis Plus Camp - #434060 This camp is smash hit with tennis players of all skill levels. Campers will get 10 hours of on-court tennis instruction per week. Campers also enjoy energetic off-court activities such as swimming, basketball, volleyball and much more. Increase your self-confidence in tennis and other areas when you participate in our Tennis Plus Camp this summer. Camp will be held at Mitchell Park and will also utilize indoor space at Sachs Recreation Center. Instructor to camp ratio is 1:8. Ages: 8-14 Location: Mitchell Park

Min/Max: 8/18

Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. 01 02 03 04

Date (# cl) 6/18-6/29 (10) 7/2-7/13 (9) 7/16-7/27 (10) 7/30-8/3 (5)

Day M-F M-F M-F M-F

Time 9:00A-12:00P 9:00A-12:00P 9:00A-12:00P 9:00A-12:00P

Res/NR $500/624 $450/563 $500/624 $250/312

First Serve Half Day (PM) Tennis Plus Camp - #434060 This camp is smash hit with tennis players of all skill levels. Campers will get 10 hours of on-court tennis instruction per week. Campers also enjoy energetic off-court activities such as swimming, basketball, volleyball and much more. Increase your self-confidence in tennis and other areas when you participate in our Tennis Plus Camp this summer. Camp will be held at Mitchell Park and will also utilize indoor space at Sachs Recreation Center. Instructor to camp ratio is 1:8. Ages: 8-14 Location: Mitchell Park

Min/Max: 8/18

Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. 05 06 07 08 09

Date (# cl) 6/11-6/15 (5) 6/18-6/29 (10) 7/2-7/13 (9) 7/16-7/27 (10) 7/30-8/3 (5)

Day M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

Time 12:00-3:30P 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P 12:30-3:30P

Res/NR $250/312 $500/624 $450/563 $500/624 $250/312

Campers’ Parents Words Q: What was your child’s favorite activity? A. “She loved it all!” Q: Any other comments to share? A. “This is my 3rd child at #1 Camp. I love the counselors - they always make my child feel special. It is the best as far as convenience and price for sure, too.” –Aimee L. Q: What was your child’s favorite activity? A. “Swimming - hands down! She also enjoyed the simple camp activities - singing, coloring, playing outside. This option was less expensive then her old camp but she had as much or more fun.” Q: Any other comments to share? A. I was impressed and grateful for the concern and follow up I received from Rebecca and Ginny…Thank you. –Noelle S. Q: What was your child’s favorite activity? A. “Mrs. Fivel was awesome! My son loved coming to camp everyday. Great program.” –Leah S. Q: What was your child’s favorite activity? A. “Dress Like a Princess, Hawaiian theme. Loved music: sings the camp song 10x/day.” Q: Any other comments to share? A. “My daughter was always happy! She loved” camp - I will send her back next summer!! –Erica L.

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Bus Service at the following Camps

Some children could be on the bus up to 45 minutes each way. We will do our best to plan routes so either the morning or afternoon route will be shorter than the other for participants. However, we cannot guarantee this depending on the addresses of the children who register for this service.

FOR DEERFIELD PARK DISTRICT RESIDENTS ONLY – #434017 • Trailblazers • Explorers • Sports Camp, excluding Rookie Sports Camp, Tennis Camp and All Star Sports Camps

Parents are encouraged to accompany their child(ren) to the bus stop and also to meet their child(ren) at the stop when camp is over. Bus stop location information will be mailed in early June to those who register for this service. IMPORTANT: Those interested in the bus option must register for it by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 18, 2012. NO REFUNDS will be issued for bus service after June 1 for the first session and after June 8 for the second session.

Bus Option Fees and Class Section Codes - #434017 Sect. 01 02 03 04

Camp Trailblazers/Explorers Trailblazers/Explorers Sports Camp (Girls and Boys ~ Grades 3-8) Sports Camp (Girls and Boys ~ Grades 3-8)

Date 6/18 - 7/6 (Session I) 7/9 - 8/3 (Session II) 6/18 - 7/6 (Session I) 7/9 - 8/3 (Session II)

Fee $132 $186 $132 $186

Children who register for the bus transportation option will be picked up each morning at convenient stops within park district boundaries only. Depending on the number of children registered for this service and the route the bus follows, pickup time may begin 45 minutes to one hour before the starting time of the camp program. Once the last child is picked up on the route, the children will be delivered to their camp locations. Campers will be returned to the same stop after camp is over. Pickup and return times will vary based on the bus routes.

NOTE: If you move residences between the time you register and the time camp begins, please notify the Park District.

IMPORTANT! UPDATING YOUR INFORMATION The Deerfield Park District maintains a computerized registration system. Please help us stay current with updated information by filling out and returning this form (with proof of residency attached as required.) See “Proof of Residency” requirements in the Registration Information portion of this brochure which describes the two forms of identification required –if proof of residency was not done recently (since 2006). Drop it off or Save time with future registrations! Mail it in to Deerfield Park District Please enter my family into the Park District database: 836 Jewett Park Drive Deerfield, IL 60015 Head of Household: Mr. Mrs. Ms. _____________________________________ Address ____________________________________________Apt #_______________

OR

City ___________________________________________________________________

Fax to: 847-945-0699

Home Phone: _______________ Work Phone: ____________ Cell/Pager ____________ Email address ___________________________________________________________ Other Family Members at address above: Full Name: ______________________________ Full Name: ______________________________ Full Name: ______________________________ Full Name: ______________________________

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Circle One

Work Phone (If applicable)

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Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female

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Guide to Deerfield Park District Summer Camps 2012 –no camp July 4

KEY: SWIMMING: I = Instruction F = Free Swim

Fee(R/NR) Deposit Amt.

Code

Camp

Age

Date/#wks.

Days

Time

Place

Swim

424001-01 424001-02 424001-03

So Big Camp So Big Camp So Big Camp

3 yrs. 3 yrs. 3 yrs.

6/18 - 8/1 (7) 6/19- 8/2 (7) 6/18 - 8/2 (7)

M/W Tu/Th M-Th

9:15 am - 12:15 pm 9:15 am - 12:15 pm 9:15 am - 12:15 pm

JPCC JPCC JPCC

No No No

$501/600 $540/647 $1036/1242

$100 $100 $100

424002-01 424002-02

Sun’n’Fun Sun’n’Fun

4 yrs 4 yrs

6/18 - 8/2 (7) 6/19 - 8/2 (7)

M-Th Tu-Th

9:00 am - 1:00 pm 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

JPCC JPCC

No No

$858/1029 $637/763

$100 $100

424003-01 424003-02 424003-03

Little Scampers (5-day) Little Scampers (5-day) Little Scampers (3-day)

Gr. K Gr. K Gr. K

6/18 - 8/5 (7) 6/18 - 8/5 (7) 6/19 - 8/4 (7)

M-F M-F Tu-Th

9:30 am - 2:30 pm 9:45 am - 2:45 pm 9:45 am - 2:45 pm

Trinity St. Gregory Walden

Yes - I Yes - I Yes - I

$1195/1433 $1195/1433 $825/989

$100 $100 $100

424004-01 424004-02 424004-03 424004-04

#1 Camp (5-day) #1 Camp (5 day) #1 Camp (4-day) #1 Camp (3-day)

Gr. 1 Gr. 1 Gr. 1 Gr. 1

6/18 - 8/5 (7) 6/18 - 8/5 (7) 6/18 - 8/4 (7) 6/19 - 8/4 (7)

M-F M-F M-Th Tu-Th

9:15 am - 2:30 pm 9:15 am - 2:30 pm 9:30 am - 2:45 pm 9:45 am - 3:00 pm

Wilmot Walden Deerspring JPCC

Yes - I Yes - I Yes - I Yes - I

$1165/1397 $1165/1397 $1011/1212 $779/934

$100 $100 $100 $100

454001-01 454001-02 454001-03 454001-04

Pathfinders Pathfinders - I Pathfinders - II Pathfinders (4 day)

Gr. 2 Gr. 2 Gr. 2 Gr. 2

6/18 - 8/3 (7) 6/18- 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4) 6/18 - 8/2 (7)

M-F M-F M-F M-Th

8:45 am - 2:45 pm 8:45 am - 2:45 pm 8:45 am - 2:45 pm 8:45 am - 2:45 pm

South Park South Park South Park South Park

Yes - I Yes - I Yes - I Yes - I

$1095/1313 $454/544 $646/774 $888/1065

$100 $50 $50 $100

454002-01 454002-02 454002-03

Trailblazers Trailblazers - I Trailblazers - II

Gr. 3 Gr. 3 Gr. 3

6/18 - 8/3 (7) 6/18- 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F M-F M-F

9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Shepard Shepard Shepard

Yes - I Yes - I Yes - I

$1095/1313 $454/544 $646/774

$100 $50 $50

454007-01 454007-02

Art Sampler Camp I Art Sampler Camp II

Gr. 3-8 Gr. 3-8

6/18 - 7/5 (3) 7/9 - 8/2 (3)

M-Th M-Th

10:00 am - 3:00 pm 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

JPCC JPCC

Yes - F Yes - F

$573/687 $624/748

$50 $50

454003-01 454003-02

Explorers I Explorers II

Gr. 4-6 Gr. 4-6

6/18- 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F M-F

9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Shepard Shepard

Yes - F Yes - F

$389/466 $554/664

$50 $50

454005-01

Stage and Screen

Gr. 4-9

6/11 - 7/27 (7)

M-F

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Caruso

Yes - F

$1565/1877

$100

454008-01 454008-02

Counselors-in-Training I Counselors-in-Training II

14 - 15 yrs 6/18- 7/6 (3) 14 - 15 yrs 7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F M-F

9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

JPCC JPCC

No No

$100/119 $140/167

Full Full

No No Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F Yes - F

$285/341 $405/485 $464/556 $661/792 $464/556 $661/792 $464/556 $661/792 $464/556 $661/792 $464/556 $661/792 $533/639 $571/684 $533/639 $571/684

$50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50

SPORTS CAMPS 434001-01 Rookie Sports Camp I 434001-02 Rookie Sports Camp II 434002-01 Girls Sports Camp I 434002-02 Girls Sports Camp II 434003-01 Boys Sports Camp 434003-02 Boys Sports Camp 434004-01 Boys Sports Camp 434004-02 Boys Sports Camp 434005-01 Boys Sports Camp 434005-02 Boys Sports Camp 434006-01 Boys Sports Camp 434006-02 Boys Sports Camp 434007-01 Middle School Girls I 434007-02 Middle School Girls II 434008-01 Middle School Boys I 434008-02 Middle School Boys II

Gr. 1-2 Gr. 1-2 Gr. 3-5 Gr. 3-5 Gr. 3 Gr. 3 Gr. 4 Gr. 4 Gr. 5 Gr. 5 Gr. 6 Gr. 6 Gr. 6-8 Gr. 6-8 Gr. 7-8 Gr. 7-8

6/18 - 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4) 6/18 - 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4) 6/18 - 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4) 6/18 - 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4) 6/18 - 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4) 6/18 - 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4) 6/18 - 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 7/27 (3) 6/18 - 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 7/27 (3)

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

9:00 am -12:30 pm 9:00 am -12:30 pm 8:45 am - 2:45 pm 8:45 am - 2:45 pm 8:45 am - 2:45 pm 8:45 am - 2:45 pm 8:45 am - 2:45 pm 8:45 am - 2:45 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Walden Walden South Park South Park DHS DHS DHS DHS South Park South Park Caruso Caruso Wilmot Wilmot Wilmot Wilmot

454009-01 454009-02 454009-03 454009-04 454009-05 454009-06 454009-07 454009-08 454009-09

Ext. Camp Care a.m. - 7 wk Ext. Camp Care a.m. - I Ext. Camp Care a.m. - II Ext. Camp Care p.m. - 7 wk Ext. Camp Care p.m. - I Ext. Camp Care p.m. - II Ext. Camp Care p.m. 7 wk Ext. Camp Care p.m. - I Ext. Camp Care p.m. - II

Gr. K-5 Gr. K-5 Gr. K-5 Gr. K-2 Gr. K-2 Gr. K-2 Gr. 3-5 Gr. 3-5 Gr. 3-5

6/18 - 8/3 (7) 6/18- 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4) 6/18 - 8/3 (7) 6/18- 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4) 6/18 - 8/3 (7) 6/18- 7/6 (3) 7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

7:30 am - 9:00 am 7:30 am - 9:00 am 7:30 am - 9:00 am 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm

JPCC JPCC JPCC JPCC JPCC JPCC JPCC JPCC JPCC

No No No No No No No No No

$357/427 $150/179 $212/253 $357/427 $150/179 $212/253 $357/427 $150/179 $212/253

Full Full Full Full Full Full Full Full Full

454010-01 454010-02

Extra Added Attraction Extra Added Attraction

Gr. K-5 Gr. K-5

8/6 - 8/10 (1) 8/13 - 8/17 (1)

M-F M-F

7:30 am - 6:00 pm 7:30 am - 6:00 pm

JPCC JPCC

Yes - F Yes - F

$265/317 $265/317

$50 $50

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DEERFIELD PARK DISTRICT REGISTRATION FORM

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need any accommodations to participate in an activity, please check this box.

Telephone Number: 847-945-0650 – FAX Number: 847-317-2566 (If you FAX this form, please do not duplicate it by mail)

See Proof of Residency Requirements for details Participant’s Last Name______________________________________ Parent’s Full Name _______________________________________ Address___________________________________________ City_______________________________ Zip (required)____________ Phone: Home ( )________________________ Work ( )________________________ Cell ( ) __________________________ Emergency Contact Name ________________________________ Emergency Phone ___________________________________________ Email: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CHOICE

Activity #

Sect.

Participant’s First Name

Grade

Birth Date Sex Program Name

Amt. Paid

1st choice 2nd choice 1st choice 2nd choice 1st choice 2nd choice

Deerfield Park Foundation Scholarship Fund Donation

$5

$10

$25

$ Other

TOTAL $____________

[Donations are voluntary and tax deductible under the laws of the Internal Revenue Service. (Call 847-572-2611 if you do not want to be recognized in print).] Re: photo permission: Please see page 4 for details. If permission is not granted for photos to be taken of you/your child, please call 847-945-0650. GENERAL WAIVER & RELEASE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION The Deerfield Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Deerfield Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents/guardians of minors registering for this program/activity must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way, or recently suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.

WARNING OF RISK Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity/program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to acts of God, inclement weather, slipping, falling, equipment failure, in supervision, premises defects and all other circumstances inherent to recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Deerfield Park District to guarantee absolute safety. WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in this program/activity, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity (including transportation services, when provided). I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in this program/activity, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. In the event of an emergency, I authorize District officials to secure from any licensed hospital physician, and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for me or my minor child’s immediate care. Participants and parents/guardians of minor participants are solely responsible for any and all expenses associated with emergency medical treatment, including but not limited to, transportation services to the nearest available medical facility/provider or to an alternative medical facility/provider requested by the participant or parent/guardian. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in this program/activity against the Deerfield Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers, and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Deerfield Park District”). I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Deerfield Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages or loss that my minor child/ ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward, arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with this program/activity. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering a minor participant, I further attest that I have read the above to my minor child/ward. PARTICIPANT SIGNATURE_________________________________________________________________ DATE__________________________ (18 years or older or Parent/Guardian)

Cash

Check*

Credit

____Mastercard _____Visa ____Discover

(please circle one)

_______________________________________________________ Card number

*Any check that is deposited and returned from the bank for any reason will incur an additional $40 handling charge.

Expiration Date__________________ Total Payment___________________ Signature__________________________________________

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Mail this form with your payment in full to:

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Deerfield Park District Registration 836 Jewett Park Dr. Deerfield, IL 60015

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Sports & Athletics: Skating & Hockey Outdoor Ice Skating in Deerfield

Cross-Country Ski

Deerfield Park District makes ice for outdoor skating as soon weather conditions permit. We maintain neighborhood rinks with timed lighting for your skating enjoyment. Neighborhood rinks are located at Briarwood and Pine Street parks (see map at back of brochure). Lights at the neighborhood rinks operate between 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. every night. We also provide lighted family ice rinks at Jewett Park and Jaycee Park. A hockey rink is at Jewett Park and unlighted rinks are at Pine Street and Briarwood Parks. Listed below is our warming house schedule for regular hours. You may want to keep this schedule for your information throughout the winter months. Because the weather is inconsistent during the winter months, ice skating lessons are not offered. If you are interested in skating lessons, the Park District of Highland Park provides a wide range of classes for beginning through more advanced skaters at the Centennial Ice Rink, 3100 Trail Way in Highland Park. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced figure skater, call 847-432-3180 for information. They also have facilities for private parties and rentals.

If this winter is at all like last winter with lots of snow… bring out your cross country skis and enjoy the beautiful outdoors at our Deerfield Golf Club, 1201 Saunders, in Riverwoods. All we ask is that you please stay on any pre-made trails.

Regular Warming House Hours Jewett and Jaycee Parks Mon.-Thurs. Saturday

4 - 9 pm 10 am - 10 pm

Friday Sunday

4 - 10 pm 10 am - 6 pm

Kids enjoy skating at Deerfield neighborhood parks. Some of our ice rinks have timed lighting. Jaycee Park and Jewett Park have warming houses as well.

Ice Skating & Hockey Classes

Winter Session, Nov. 8 - Jan. 23

Deerfield residents may register for ice skating and hockey classes held at the Park District of Highland Park’s Centennial Ice Arena at resident rates.

This is just a sampling of the many classes offered at Centennial Ice Arena. A wide variety of days, times and levels through freestyle seven are available.

Centennial Ice Arena

Toddlers 31/2-4 M 31/2-4 Th

3100 Trail Way, Highland Park, IL 60035 847-432-4790/phone, 847-433-2607/fax info@pdhp.org, www.pdhp.org Manager: Nick Meo: nmeo@pdhp.org; Skating School Director: Kimberly Leverick: kleverick@pdhp.org Registration Information

Holiday Warming House Hours Friday - Monday, December 16 - January 2: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm, (Closed 12/25, 1/1) Christmas Eve: December 24, 10 am - 2 pm (Closed: 12/25) New Year’s Eve: December 31, 10 am - 2 pm (Closed: 1/1)

Registration for Centennial Ice Arena programs must be done in-person at Centennial. No mail-in, fax or on-line registrations are accepted. No confirmation cards are mailed. If available, please bring your child’s most recent evaluation form/recommendation. Winter Session (Nov. 8 - Jan. 22)

Registration begins October 18 for current and October 25 for new students. Registration hours are 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Friday; and 1:00-3:00 p.m., Saturday.

Learn to Skate Programs Toddler through Delta levels are considered Learn to Skate programs/skill building programs. Students will learn fundamental skating maneuvers, body awareness positions, increase skating vocabulary, progress in ability and prepare for the freestyle level of advanced jumps and spins. Winter/Day Camp 2012

www.deerfieldparks.org

No classes: Nov. 24 after 3 p.m.; Nov. 25-28

Ages

Day Time

PDHP Code#

Res. Fee

9:15-9:45am 1:15-1:45pm

17182 18071

$97/104 $87/97

Skate Mates 31/2-6 Sa 31/2-6 Sa

1:40-2:20pm 2:20-3:00pm

17188 17189

$87/97 $87/97

Begin. Tot 4-6 M 4-6 Tu 4-6 W 4-6 Th

9:15-9:55am 1:00-1:40pm 5:40-6:20pm 1:15-1:55pm

17207 17211 17214 17217

$97/107 $97/107 $87/97 $87/97

Int. Tot 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6

M Tu W F

10:00-10:40am 1:45-2:25pm 5:40-6:20pm 9:30-10:10am

16570 17227 17229 17235

$97/107 $97/107 $97/107 $87/97

Adv. Tot 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6

M Tu Th Sa

12:30-1:10pm 5:35-6:15pm 1:15-1:55pm 2:20-3:00pm

16590 17245 17250 17256

$97/107 $97/107 $87/97 $87/97

Creative Tot 4-6 M 4-6 F

10:00-10:40am 16602 9:30-10:10am 16604

$97/107 $87/97

Premier Tot 4-6 Tu 4-6 Th

1:00-1:40pm 9:15-9:55am

16608 16615

$97/107 $87/97

Beg. Adult 13+ Tu 13+ F

5:35-6:16pm 17326 10:15-10:55am 17328

$97/107 $87/97

Registration is first-come, first-served.

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Deerfield Golf Club and Learning Center • 1201 Saunders, Riverwoods • 847-945-8333 • www.deerfieldgolf.org Great golf!

2 Man Wednesday Evening League

Leagues & Lessons Banquets & Parties Outings & Events Tee Times

Play 9 holes of golf every week with tee times between 3:30 - 5:30 pm.

Golf Course Our Club boasts one of the finest 18-hole golf courses in the entire Chicagoland area. Designed by famed golf course designer Edward Lawrence Packard, the course measures nearly 7,000 yards from the championship tees; however, the course offers four sets of tees that will challenge the expert yet afford the beginning golfer a very playable and pleasurable experience.

Golf Mixer: Tues., Feb. 14, 6:30 p.m. Our annual golf mixer is an informal gathering open to anyone interested in playing golf at Deerfield. You and fellow golf enthusiasts may buy golf passes and CDGA handicaps. See what’s new and prepare for another terrific season of your favorite sport.

Tee times will be accepted by phone seven (7) days in advance. Online tee time reservations may be made 14 days in advance at www.deerfieldgolf.org. Just click on the tee time button. Permanent tee times are once again available on a limited basis. Approximately 45 tee times on each Saturday and Sunday for a total of 90 times will be available on a permanent basis. Tee times vary and start at 5:30 a.m. The “Permanent Tee Time Application” deadline is March 5, 2012. A permanent tee time lottery will be held at Deerfield Golf Club on Wednesday, March 7, starting at 7:00 p.m. At least one representative from each foursome must be present at the drawing to indicate their preferred starting time when their application is drawn. For complete permanent tee time and lottery rules please visit www.deerfieldgolf.org.

Golf Leagues Deerfield Golf Club is host to several company and social daytime and evening golf leagues. Our professional staff is available to handle all the administrative needs of any league. For open days and times please contact James McCormick by email at jmccormick@deerfieldgolf.org or by phone at 847-572-2682.

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Tuesday Women’s 18 Hole Golf League Play 18 holes of golf on Tuesdays. Tee time between 7:30 - 9 am. • • • •

Deerfield Women’s Golf League Open to any level of women golfer Changing schedule of weekly events Monthly Free Golf Instruction by Deerfield Professionals • Fun, Fun, Fun

Tuesday 9 Hole Golf League

Tee Times & Weekend Permanent Tee Times

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• Open to any 2 man team • Compete in a modified weekly match play format • Pick your partner for the entire year • Yearly prizes will be awarded • Optional weekly skins and proximity games • Annual dues $70 per person include, league handicap, year end prizes, and year ending banquet.

Play 9 holes of golf on Tuesdays. Tee times between 7:30 - 9 am. • Nifty Niners Women Golf League • Open to any level of women golfer • Non competitive fun, changing schedule of weekly events • Monthly Free Golf Instruction by Deerfield Professionals

We Fit Your Event The elegance extends far beyond the greens of our golf course. Whether the occasion is a golf outing, wedding, anniversary, meeting, seminar, or trade show, we can accommodate your event. Let your guests enjoy the beauty of our clubhouse and large outdoor deck area with breathtaking views of the golf course.

We Fit Your Business We offer all the amenities required for any business function. Whether it’s a private meeting for a few, an executive board meeting, or a large presentation requiring full multi media capabilities, the Deerfield Golf Club’s professional staff will handle the details so you can concentrate on the business at hand. Deerfield Golf Club Business Packages offer an array of menu items. From exquisite plated dinners, Hors d’eourves packages and buffet options for everyone’s taste and budget. Contact our event experts at 847-945-8333 for details.

We Fit Your Outing Outings & Event Planning: Our PGA of America Professionals are experts in golf outings, special event planning and administration, specializing in corporate, charity, and other fund raising golf events. We can customize an event package for your group of 16 to 500 persons. Our event program guarantees a successful event for you, your players and your organization. All Packages Include: Green and Cart fees; Bag drop service; Registration and Course setup; Contest holes; Personalized cart plaques and printed players lists; Professional scoring of your event; Tournament Prizes. Deerfield Golf Club can assist with: Budget Development; Design/Printing of Announcement; Postcards; Flyers; Posters and Registration Forms; Tee Sponsor Signs; Production and Course Setup; Hole-In-One and Contests; Insurance; Trophies, Awards & Photography; Executive Gifts and Promotional Products; Participation Prizes and Gifts; Use of Driving Range; Putting Contest Setup; Complete Food and Beverage service; and Complete Event Management. The flexibility of our program and packages makes our fees event-specific. For detailed information, contact our event specialist, at 847-945-8333, to help with all your golf needs.

We Fit Your Swing Golf Learning Center Deerfield Golf Club and Learning Center is unlike any other on the North Shore. Deerfield boasts both private and group lesson areas and has assembled one of Illinois’ highest rated instructional teams. Led by PGA of America Golf Professional James McCormick, a “state of the art” golfer development instructional program sets the standard. Instructors tailor a program to meet individual needs, goals and availability to improve your game. Our programs focus on every aspect of golf, full swing, chipping, pitching, putting, bunker play, mental preparation, fitness, physiology and golf course strategy. We use the latest in high tech video swing analysis to assist in your understanding of your lessons. Our offerings are varied–we have something for everyone at every ability level. Whether you are a beginning player, experienced golfer looking for a tune up or a competitive player seeking an all encompassing golf life style we can design a program for your needs and goals.

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Deerfield Golf Club and Learning Center • 1201 Saunders, Riverwoods • 847-945-8333 • www.deerfieldgolf.org Dynamic Golf Institute (DGI) Programs at Deerfield Golf Club DGI offers world class performance training to serious golfers. We help golfers of all levels reach their goals by using a unique skill set of golf fitness and instruction. Our priority is to be at the forefront of golf training techniques and technologies for athletic performance and to pass this on to our clients.

What is DGI? Adult Individual Golfer Development Private Instruction The best way to ensure success in golf is with private one on one instruction from our team of PGA of America Golf Professionals. Our golfer development program is designed to maximize your potential and dramatically improve your game through private lessons. Instruction is available year round. (Range Balls are included in all lesson fees)

Dynamic Golf Institute is a unique instruction specializing in high level performance training for golfers. Our goal is to provide our clients an experience in learning and training that equals what tour players receive. We work with golfers of all levels who are serious about improving their games. We specialize in motor learning, golf-specific fitness training, sports psychology and three dimensional motion analysis. We will use these tools to develop the most comprehensive training program available. This is done in an effort to help each golfer reach their individual goals.

Hour

1/2

$175

n/a

Wm. Neal McCain PGA Professional

$125

$65

Dino Lucchesi PGA Professional

$125

$65

Trena McDaniel LPGA Professional

$120

$60

Dynamic Golf Institute was developed by Chris Kendall and Derek Domaleski because we knew there was a better way to help golfers achieve results. We looked at the training model used by the best players in the world and figured out a way to bring that level of training to local golfers.

David Prange PGA Professional

$115

n/a

Getting Started

Mike Hermsen Golf Professional

$120

$60

Doug Sjostrom Golf Professional

$120

$60

Hour James McCormick Head PGA Professional

How is DGI different?

Evaluation Process

Fred Dickman $120 $60 Golf Professional Series discounts available for all instructors

Golf Club Staff General Manager James McCormick: 572-2682 Supt. of Golf Course Mike Bavier: 317-2560 Assistant Manager Jim Hermsen: 572-2681

Every golfer that works with DGI starts with a comprehensive golf evaluation. The goal of our evaluation is to gather as much relevant baseline data about a golfer as possible. This information serves to help us develop efficient and measurable training programs.

Steps of the Evaluation 1. Interview 2. Goal Setting 3. Physical Screen 4. 3-D Bio-Mechanical Analysis 5. Ground Force Analysis 6. Video Analysis 7. Program Development

Three ways DGI is different: 1. The level of commitment to our clients. When our clients set specific goals, we are 100% committed to seeing them reach and exceed those goals. 2. Expectations of our clients. Unlike traditional golf lessons, we expect our clients to practice and complete prescribed exercises. We understand that golfers are paying us to help them reach their goals; and we will make sure that they are holding up their end of the bargain. We see this as our responsibility to each player with whom we work. 3. Expertise in anatomy, fitness, motor learning combined with our expertise of coaching, teaching, and training golfers. We are not just golf professionals and we are not just fitness professionals. We are both. Our unique skill set differentiates us from others. We are able to identify physical limitations and relate them directly to the golf swing.

Customized Training Programs DGI develops customized training programs for each golfer based on the specific goals. In some cases, a training program will be more heavily developed around fitness, and in some cases it will be more focused on instruction and motor learning. This all depends on the individual golfer and where their game is relative to their goals.

Types of DGI Training • • • • • • • • • •

Golf Instruction Golf-Specific Fitness Training Personal Fitness Training Hybrid Training (Instruction & Fitness) 3-D Bio-Mechanical Analysis Ground Force Training (Weight Trac) Sports Psychology & Mental Training On-Course Training Club Fitting Golf-Specific Physical Therapy

www.deerfieldgolf.com

DGI Staff: at 847-945-8333 or email: info@deerfieldgolf.org, Chris Kendall –Master Physical Therapist, Golf Professional, T.P.I. Certified Golf Fitness Instructor, C.H.E.K. Golf Bio-Mechanic Derek Domaleski –PGA Golf Professional, T.P.I. Certified Golf Fitness Instructor Steven Jones –Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Golf-Specific Fitness Trainer Winter/Day Camp 2012

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Sports & Athletics: Coho Swim Club USA SWIMMING AND ILLINOIS SWIMMING REGISTRATION FEE

REGISTRATION NOTICE: The COHO Swim Club uses a different registration form than the general park district form. For all COHO registration forms, visit www.teamcoho.org. Due to tryouts, COHO programs are not available for on-line registration.

The COHO Swim Club is a developmental and competitive swimming club. Coho is a cosponsored organization of the Deerfield Park District and the Park District of Highland Park. Our mission is to provide coaches, facilities, and support for increased proficiency in competitive amateur swimming; to encourage and develop sound swimming skills, to develop good sportsmanship, individual integrity and a supportive and positive team atmosphere. In keeping with our philosophy of providing a well-rounded, quality developmental and competitive program for swimmers of all ages and abilities, the COHO Swim Club offers professional technique instruction and training. COHO is divided into Minnow, Age Group, Junior, Senior, and Masters Programs. Swimmers will be assigned to groups by the coaches and must follow the specific schedule for their group. This system allows our coaching staff to meet the individual needs of each swimmer. All new swimmers must tryout for COHO and those ready will be placed in Minnows or one of the three practices groups within the Age Group program. Minimum requirements for COHO: Individuals ages 5 and over must be able to swim 1 length of freestyle with rhythmic breathing (face in the water, turning head to side breathe), 1 length of backstroke, demonstrate basic breaststroke, be able to go under water and touch the bottom of the pool in the shallow end, and be comfortable swimming in the deep end of the pool. Swimmers who can successfully complete this criterion will be placed in a specific practice group based on age and ability.

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There is an additional charge of $60 per swimmer to register for USA & Illinois Swimming. This fee is required for insurance purposes whether or not your child participates in meets. The full $60 payment may be combined with your park district fees, but the family discount does not apply. This fee is annual but renews every fall. If you pay it now it is good through the summer of 2012. If you paid this fee in September of 2011, you do not need to pay it again now. Masters do not need to pay this fee. All new winter season swimmers must pay this fee!

ACTIVITY FEE An Activity Fee must be paid directly to COHO for every swimmer registered each season. This fee covers various items ranging from swim caps, T-shirts, meet entry fees, ribbons, banquet awards and yearbooks. This fee is $15 per Minnow and $35 per Age Group, Junior and Senior and Senior Elite Swimmer. Masters do not have to pay this fee.

Coho Minnows Coho Minnows is designed for children ages 5 and older who are novices to the sport of swimming. Individuals must be able to swim one (1) length of continuous freestyle with rhythmic breathing (face in the water, turning head to side breathe) and one (1) length of backstroke without stopping. Minnows are taught the basics of the four competitive strokes and competition starts and turns, while building their endurance. Emphasis is placed on learning proper stroke technique, developing positive self-esteem, making new friends, and having fun! The main goal is to prepare swimmers for the COHO Age Group Program. The COHO Minnows Program is NOT swim lessons, but the next step after lessons for swimmers who are not quite ready for the COHO Age Group Program. Swimmers must attend COHO tryouts to be evaluated to determine if they are ready for COHO Minnows. Location: SRC Age: 5-12 Min/Max: 20/40 COHO MINNOWS - # 262901 Sect. Dates (#wk) Res/NR 01 1/2-2/24 (8) $145/165

REGISTRATION NOTE: ALL District 109, 112 & 113 RESIDENTS are considered “residents” for the COHO program.

SCHEDULE NOTE: For all groups practice times, locations, and days will vary. Monthly schedules will be posted on the COHO website at www.teamcoho.org.

Stroke Clinic - #262912 This year Coho is offering a four-week Stroke Clinic between the end of the fall and the beginning of the winter seasons for Minnow, AG1, AG2 and AG3 swimmers. Our goals for the Stroke Clinic are to prepare new swimmers for the winter season and finish evaluating current fall swimmers to determine winter group assignments. Swimmers in Minnows, AG1, AG2 or AG3 must register for the Stroke Clinic as it is not part of the fall or winter seasons. Swimmers who attend tryouts for the winter season and are placed in Minnows, AG1, AG2 and AG3 may also sign up and attend. The Stroke Clinic will run 12/5/11 – 12/30/11 and the cost is $45 per swimmer. There is no multi-swimmer discount. The winter season for Minnow, AG1, AG2 and AG3 will begin on 1/2/12.

MINNOW & AGE-GROUP TRYOUTS: 11/21 - 11/23 at Sachs Recreation Center Check website: www.teamcoho.org for more information. Contact Jeff Napolski by email at: jeff@teamcoho.org or call 847-572-2626 to set up a tryout. WINTER SEASON & STROKE CLINIC REGISTRATION FORMS available at: www.teamcoho.org

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Sports & Athletics: Coho Swim Club Age-Group Program

Junior Program

The Age Group Program is designed for both experienced and new swimmers ages 5 and older. The three practice groups that make up the Age Group Program are Age Group 1 (AG1), Age Group 2 (AG2), and Age Group 3 (AG3). Swimmers will be assigned to groups by the coaches based on age and ability and must follow the specific schedule for their group.

You must have the approval of Head Age Group Coach Jacob Weber to be in this group. The Junior Group was created to accommodate highly skilled and highly committed Age Group swimmers dedicated to year-round competitive swimming, and swimmers are expected to attend a minimum of 4 practices per week. Juniors must have a high level of competitive swimming experience, show a strong desire to improve in the sport of swimming, and demonstrate a level of maturity and commitment appropriate for this group. Dry land training, endurance, conditioning, great workout habits and stroke refinement continue to be emphasized. In addition, race strategy, competitive skills, goal setting and an understanding of time standards are accentuated. The main goal is to prepare swimmers for the Senior Program. Juniors are expected to participate in all meets offered, unless prior arrangements have been made with the coach. This includes all Championship meets for which they qualify including Conference, Regional, State, Sectional, and National meets. Juniors: WINTER - ACTIVITY #262905

In the Age Group Program emphasis is placed on stroke development, team spirit, self-esteem, friendships, fun, and introduction to competition. Great workout habits will be taught as stroke development and refinement, building endurance and conditioning will continue to be emphasized. Several swim meets appropriate for Age Group swimmers are offered each month. There may be meets with qualifying times that swimmers will need to achieve in order to participate. Age Group swimmers who qualify for Championship meets will be expected to represent COHO unless prior arrangements have been made with their coach. Day & Time: Varies Age Group 1: WINTER - # 262902 Sect. Age 01 5-12

Dates 1/2-2/24

# wks 8

Sect. Age 01 8-14

Res / NR $185/205

Dates 1/2-2/24

Dates 1/2-2/24

Res / NR $345/365

The Senior Program has an increased volume and intensity of training. Great workout habits, dry land training, endurance, conditioning, and stroke refinement continue to be emphasized. In addition, race strategy, competitive skills, goal setting, and an understanding of time standards are accentuated. The Senior Program is divided into Senior I (SRI) and Senior Elite (SRE) training groups based on ability and level of commitment.

# wks. Res/NR 8 $205/225

Age Group 3: WINTER - # 262904 Sect. Age 01 8-14

# weeks 12

Senior Program

Age Group 2: WINTER - # 262903 Sect. Age 01 8-12

Dates 12/5-2/24

# wks. Res/NR 8 $225/245

SRI swimmers are encouraged to attend as many practices as possible (at least 3 per week for safety reasons when training at this level) and all meets offered.

VERY IMPORTANT: SEASON END DATES FOR STATE QUALIFIERS: for SENIORS: 3/4/12 for AGE GROUP: 3/11/12

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The Senior Elite Group was created to accommodate highly skilled and highly committed swimmers dedicated to year-round competitive swimming. Individual training plans are established based on ability, level of commitment, and goals. SRE swimmers are expected to attend all practices offered and are required to participate in a dry land training program. SRE swimmers are expected to participate in all meets offered. This includes all Championship meets for which they qualify including Conference, Regional, State, Sectional, and National meets.

Senior Program Swimmers must have the approval of COHO Head Coach Nancy Reese to register for the Senior Elite group each season. Swimmers must contact Coach Nancy to set up an individual meeting. Swimmers who can not fulfill the requirements of Senior Elite will be reassigned to the Senior I Group. Day & Time: Varies Senior I -Winter Activity #262906 Sect. Date 01 12/5-2/24 02* 11/21-2/24 * H.S. Girls

# weeks 12 14

Res / NR $365/385 $425/445

Senior Elite - Winter Activity #262907 Sect. Date 01 12/5-2/24 02* 11/21-2/24 * H.S. Girls

# weeks 12 14

Res / NR $385/405 $445/465

Masters Program For adults ages 18 and older COHO offers two different options within our Masters program. In Masters I you may swim any one of the three practices offered per week. In Masters II you may swim all three practices offered per week. No other pro-rating options are available. Practices are Tuesday and Thursdays from 9-10 p.m. at DHS, and Sundays from 8-9:30 a.m. at DHS. Some Sunday practices will be moved to HPHS due to pool maintenance. Masters do not need to pay the USA/ISI registration fee or the COHO Activity Fee. Date (# weeks): 12/6 - 4/5 (18)

Masters I Winter - # 262908 (1 day per week) Sect. 01

Age 18+

Day/Time T, Th: PM; Su: AM

Res / NR $185/195

Masters II Winter - #262909 (up to 3 days per week) Sect. 01

Age 18+

Day/Time T, Th: PM; Su: AM

Res / NR $365/385

COHO INFO LINE: 847-572-COHO (847-572-2646) updated after 3 PM for daily schedules and announcements WEBSITE: www.teamcoho.org

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NO Online Registration is available for this program.

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Sports & Athletics: Indoor Swim Lessons at Sachs Recreation Center Learn to Swim Classes

Swim Level 2

Swim Level 2 - #264503

The Sachs Recreation Center has a four lane, twenty yard indoor pool. Swimmers may enjoy Group and Private swim lessons that follow the American Red Cross Instructional program.

This level is appropriate for children who can fully submerge their head, retrieve underwater objects, and demonstrate supported front and back floating.

When signing up, age is not as important as ability. Age does not imply an ability level. When deciding on a level, it is better to underestimate ability as staff is better able to move a student up than down.

Swim Level 3

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/9 -2/13 (6) 02 1/9 -2/13 (6) 03 1/9 -2/13 (6) 04 1/9 -2/13 (6) 05 1/10 -2/14 (6) 06 1/10 -2/14 (6) 07 1/11-2/15 (6) 08 1/12-2/16 (6) 09 1/12-2/16 (6) 10 1/12-2/16 (6) 11 1/14-2/18 (6) 12 1/14-2/18 (6) 13 1/14-2/18 (6) 14 1/14-2/18 (6)

You may register for Learn-to-Swim classes at Jewett Park Community Center or at the Sachs Recreation Center, by mail, online, or by fax. Participants are allowed one make-up class during the session.

Best for children who demonstrate front and back streamlines, front and back crawl arms, can demonstrate some coordinated rotary breathing, and are comfortable in deep water.

Swim Level 4 Children will have mastered rhythmic rotary breathing on front crawl, have a strong stable back crawl, possess a strong Fly and Breast Kick, and have a knowledge of the Fly and

Days Tim M 11:00-11:30A M 2:30-3:00P M 4:00-4:30P M 4:45-5:15P Tu 11:00-11:30A Tu 4:00-4:30P W 4:00-4:30P Th 1:45-2:15P Th 4:00-4:30P Th 4:45-5:15P Sat 9:00-9:30A Sat 11:00-11:30A Sat 11:00A-12:10P Sat 11:40A-12:10P

Swim Level 3 #264504

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS:

Swim Parent/Tot (6 mos. - 2 yrs.) - #264501

Swim Parent/Tot (6 mos. - 2 yrs.)

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/9-2/13 (6) 02 1/9-2/13 (6) 03 1/9-2/13 (6) 04 1/10 -2/14 (6) 05 1/10 -2/14 (6) 06 1/11-2/15 (6) 07 1/11-2/15 (6) 08 1/12-2/16 (6) 09 1/12-2/16 (6) 10 1/12-2/16 (6) 11 1/14-2/18 (6) 12 1/14-2/18 (6)

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/9 -2/13 (6) 02 1/10 -2/14 (6) 03 1/14-2/18 (6)

Swim Level 4 #264505

The Illinois Department of Public Health requires that all children who are not toilet trained must wear swim diapers and tight fitting rubber/vinyl pants under swim suits. This rule will be strictly enforced.

Instructor directs parents as they work with their child. The goal is to help the child and parent become comfortable in the water. Water adjustment exercises and games will be conducted; one child per parent. Min/Max: 2/10

Swim Level 1 This class is generally for children who are ready to start swimming instruction without a parent present. It is for children with little to no previous instruction or who are uncomfortable fully submerging their face and cannot front or back float with support.

Breast strokes.

WINTER 1 Min/Max: 2/5; Parent Tot: 2/10

Days Time M 4:00-4:30P Tu 4:00-4:30P Sat 9:35-10:35A

Fee R/NR $58/77 $58/77 $58/77

Swim Level 1 - #264502 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/9 -2/13 (6) 02 1/9 -2/13 (6) 03 1/9 -2/13 (6) 04 1/9 -2/13 (6) 05 1/10 -2/14 (6) 06 1/10 -2/14 (6) 07 1/11-2/15 (6) 08 1/11-2/15 (6) 09 1/12-2/16 (6) 10 1/12-2/16 (6) 11 1/12-2/16 (6) 12 1/14-2/18 (6) 13 1/14-2/18 (6) 14 1/14-2/18 (6)

Days Time M 10:15-10:45A M 1:00-1:30P M 4:00-4:30P M 4:45-5:15P Tu 11:45-12:15P Tu 4:45-5:15P W 4:00-4:30P W 4:45-5:15P Th 1:00-1:30P Th 4:00-4:30P Th 4:45-5:15P Sat 9:00-9:30A Sat 9:35-10:05A Sat 11:00-11:30A

Fee R/NR $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77

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Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/10 -2/14 (6) 02 1/11-2/15 (6) 03 1/12-2/16 (6) 04 1/14-2/18 (6) 05 1/14-2/18 (6)

Days Time M 11:45-12:15P M 1:45-2:15P M 4:45-5:15P Tu 4:00-4:30P Tu 4:45-5:15P W 4:00-4:30P W 4:45-5:15P Th 2:30-3:00P Th 4:00-4:30P Th 9:00-9:30A Sat 9:35-10:35A Sat 10:15-10:45A

Days Time Tu 4:45-5:15 P W 4:45-5:15 P Th 4:45-5:15P Sat 10:15-10:45A Sat 11:40-12:10P

Fee R/NR $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77

Fee R/NR $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77 $58/77

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Sports & Athletics: Indoor Swim Lessons at Sachs Recreation Center Swim Level 3 - #264509

WINTER 2 CLASS DESCRIPTIONS: For class descriptions, please see previous page. Min/Max: 2/5; Parent Tot: 2/10

Swim Parent/Tot (6 mos. - 2 yrs.) - #264506 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 2/27-4/9 (7) 02 2/28-4/10 (7) 03 3/3-4/14 (7)

Days Time M 4:00-4:30P Tu 4:00-4:30P Sat 9:35-10:35A

Fee R/NR $68/90 $68/90 $68/90

Days Time M 10:15-10:45A M 1:00-1:30P M 4:00-4:30P M 4:45-5:15P Tu 11:45-12:15P Tu 4:45-5:15P W 4:00-4:30P W 4:45-5:15P Th 1:00-1:30P Th 4:00-4:30P Th 4:45-5:15P Sat 9:00-9:30A Sat 9:35-10:05A Sat 11:00-11:30A

Fee R/NR $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90

Swim Level 2 - #264508 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 2/27-4/9 (7) 02 2/27-4/9 (7) 03 2/27-4/9 (7) 04 2/27-4/9 (7) 05 2/28-4/10 (7) 06 2/28-4/10 (7) 07 2/29-4/11 (7) 08 3/1-4/12 (7) 09 3/1-4/12 (7) 10 3/1-4/12 (7) 11 3/3-4/14 (7) 12 3/3-4/14 (7) 13 3/3-4/14 (7) 14 3/3-4/14 (7)

Days Time M 11:00-11:30A M 2:30-3:00P M 4:00-4:30P M 4:45-5:15P Tu 11:00-11:30A Tu 4:00-4:30P W 4:00-4:30P Th 1:45-2:15P Th 4:00-4:30P Th 4:45-5:15P Sat 9:00-9:30A Sat 11:00-11:30A Sat 11:00A-12:10P Sat 11:40A-12:10P

Winter/Day Camp 2012

Days Time M 11:45-12:15P M 1:45-2:15P M 4:45-5:15P Tu 4:00-4:30P Tu 4:45-5:15P W 4:00-4:30P W 4:45-5:15P Th 2:30-3:00P Th 4:00-4:30P Th 9:00-9:30A Sat 9:35-10:35A Sat 10:15-10:45A

Lap Swim at Sachs Fee R/NR $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90

Swim Level 4 - #264510

Swim Level 1 #264507 Sect. Date (# cl) 01 2/27-4/9 (7) 02 2/27-4/9 (7) 03 2/27-4/9 (7) 04 2/27-4/9 (7) 05 2/28-4/10 (7) 06 2/28-4/10 (7) 07 2/29-4/11 (7) 08 2/29-4/11 (7) 09 3/1-4/12 (7) 10 3/1-4/12 (7) 11 3/1-4/12 (7) 12 3/3-4/14 (7) 13 3/3-4/14 (7) 14 3/3-4/14 (7)

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 2/27-4/9 (7) 02 2/27-4/9 (7) 03 2/27-4/9 (7) 04 2/28-4/10 (7) 05 2/28-4/10 (7) 06 2/29-4/11 (7) 07 2/29-4/11 (7) 08 3/1-4/12 (7) 09 3/1-4/12 (7) 10 3/1-4/12 (7) 11 3/3-4/14 (7) 12 3/3-4/14 (7)

Fee R/NR $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90

Sect. Date (# cl) 01 2/28-4/10 (7) 02 2/29-4/11 (7) 03 3/1-4/12 (7) 04 3/3-4/14 (7) 05 3/3-4/14 (7)

Days Time Tu 4:45-5:15 P W 4:45-5:15 P Th 4:45-5:15P Sat 10:15-10:45A Sat 11:40-12:10P

Fee R/NR $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90 $68/90

Private & Semi-Private Swimming Lessons Private and Semi-Private swim lessons are offered throughout the week and on weekends. Lessons are scheduled with the instructor. Forms to request Private and Semi-Private lessons with pricing information are available at the Front Desk at the Sachs Recreation Center. For available times or if you have further questions, please call Jeff at 847-572-2626.

Lap swimming at the Sachs Recreation Center indoor pool is the perfect place to build your strength and stamina and improve cardio-vascular performance in a non-impact environment! Swimming also can serve as an important cross-training exercise. The 20-yard, four lane pool is available for lap swim use during all operating hours (Monday - Friday: 5 am-9 pm and Saturday - Sunday: 7 am- 5 pm). During aqua exercise classes and private swim lessons, one or two lanes will be designated for lap swim users. Participation in lap swim is for all members and guests 16 years of age or older.

Open Swim / Family Swim Everyone is invited “Into the Pool!” on weekend afternoons, year-round. Bring the whole family for a refreshing dip! Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Lifeguards are on duty. Additional hours may be added during holidays. Call 847-572-2600 for more information. Location: Sachs Recreation Center Days: Saturdays and Sundays Times: 1:00 - 3:00 pm. Fees: SRC Members: Free Children of Members: $4 each Non-Member Individual: $4 ea. Non-Member Family: $8

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Sachs Recreation Center • 455 Lake Cook Rd., Deerfield •847-572-2600 • www.SachsRecCenter.org Hours, Amenities, Memberships, Personal Training

A-Z Group Exercise

Hours of Operation Monday - Friday: 5:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday: 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Special Holiday Hours: Nov. 24: Special Family Activities Planned Dec. 24, 31: 7:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m. Dec. 25: Closed Jan. 1: 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.

Amenities • 4,575 square foot fitness area; towel service • Cardio training equipment (treadmills, ellipticals, stairmasters, rowing machines, life cycles, free climbers, stair steppers) • Full line of free weight and strength resistance equipment • 3 hardwood floor basketball courts • Four lane 20 yard lap pool • Full service locker rooms • 2 multi-purpose rooms • 4 lane track (run/walk/jog); elevated turns • 3 indoor tennis courts • 1 indoor racquetball court • Group exercise, cycling & dance studios • Functional training studio • Babysitting service / Kinder Club • Pre-teen game room • Saunas, steam rooms, co-ed whirlpool • Private parties and rentals • Retro Café

Fitness Memberships Individual: One person age 16 or older Individual +1: Two individuals in the same household 16 years of age or older Each Add-On: Each additional member of household 16 years of age or older Senior: One senior 65 years of age or older Senior +1: Two persons (at least one must be 65) in the same household 30 day: Short term membership to allow for summer/winter usage. One Day Guest Fee: A one day usage fee for full access to the fitness center. One Week Guest Fee: A seven day full access pass to the Fitness Center

H.S. Students (under 16 years): TNT (Teens ‘N’ Training) Fitness Center Memberships: High School students under age 16 interested in becoming members need to successfully complete a TNT training class. Fee for the training class is $50. Call Tim at 847-572-2661 for details.

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Photo shows part of the Fitness Center floor which is flanked by 2 full size gyms & weight rooms. SRC houses an indoor pool; track; tennis and racquetball courts; cycle, dance, fitness and yoga studio areas and more.

Monthly Rates No enrollment fee! Res/NonRes Individual (16+) $45/$56 Individual +1 $79/$99 Each Add-on $35/$44 Senior (65+) $39/$49 Senior +1 $72/$90 30 Day Pass $61/$76 One-Day Guest Fee $7/$9 One-week guest fee $37/$46 Monthly rates based on one year membership commitment for the first year.

Membership Privileges 1. 2. 3.

Use of locker room facility Use of gym during open gym hours Use of indoor track during open track hours 4. Use of lap pool during open pool hours 5 Use of sauna 6. Use of whirlpool 7. Use of steam room 8. Use of fitness equipment 9. Use of weight room 10. Newsletter mailing list 11. Equipment orientation 12. Free participation in group exercise classes

Corporate Memberships Corporate: Resident/Nonresident Individual $50/$54 Eligibility: for corporate rates, a minimum of five (5) employee memberships are required. Customized Programs: Let the Sachs Recreation Center staff customize a fitness program for your employees. Motivate your team with lunchtime, before- or after-work leagues, a lunch-and-learn nutrition or weight loss series or team-building exercise. Please call 847-572-2600 for more information.

Fitness center members enjoy full access to group exercise classes. Non-members (16+) may buy a one-day guest membership to participate ($7 Res./$9 NonRes). Please check www.SachsRecCenter.org for schedules or specialty class offerings or call Tim at 847572-2661. Exact offerings vary by day, time, season and popularity/demand. Examples: Aqua, Boot Camp, Core, Dance Jam, Hi/Lo Interval, Indoor Cycle, Kickbox, Lite Fitness, Pick Up Your Bar, Pilates, Step, Strength, Tai Chi, Yoga and Zumba.

Personal Training Nationally Certified Personal Trainers are here to help you achieve your fitness goals! Single sessions, packages and partner training are available. Personal training is a service that is available to all SRC Fitness Center members. Rates effective 12/1/11 1 on 1: 60 Minute Sessions # Sessions

Total Fee

Cost/Session

1

$63

$63

3

$174

$58

5

$265

$53

10

$480

$48

Partner: 60 Minute Sessions # Sessions

Total Fee

Cost/Session

5

$400

$80

1 on 1: 30 Minute Sessions 10

$350

$35

Please stop by the Fitness Desk or the Front Desk and fill out a Personal Training Request Form to get started. If you have any questions, call Tim directly at 847-572-2661.

Small Group Training It’s OK to need support! Would you like more individual attention with your fitness training program? Has your workout program been ineffective? Do you need to be held accountable to succeed in your training? Small Group Training can help. Program format provides a supportive environment, closely monitoring your strength and cardio training. It’s fun and cost effective. Small Group Training, Individual and Partner Training are offered only for SRC Members. Days/Times: Day & Evening Groups Cost for 5 Sessions: Group of 3: $28 per session per member Group of 4: $21 per session per member

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Sachs Recreation Center –Open Gym, Swim, Track & Facility Rentals Jungle Gym 101 - #292807 For details about this new, performance training class, please see page 55.

Open Gym Fitness Center members may participate in open gym during all scheduled, age appropriate, open gym sessions at no additional cost. Non members may pay a daily usage fee. All open gym participants must check in at the front reception desk prior to entering open gym. A valid membership card, valid open gym pass, or daily admission fee must be presented. As proof of payment, all non members will be required to wear a wristband at all times while participating in the open gym program. Proper attire including closed toe, non-marking, athletic shoes must be worn. Food and beverages are not allowed on the gym floors. Teaching of private lessons, conducting of team practices, or instruction are not permitted during open gym sessions. Open gym fees: Members: FREE; Non members: $4.00 per session An open gym pass is available for $40 for 10 visits. Pass may be shared between family and friends.

Proper attire including closed toe, non-marking, athletic shoes must be worn. Food and beverages other then water are not allowed on the track. Teaching of private lessons, conducting of team practices, or instruction are not permitted on the track. Track fees: Members: FREE Non members: $4.00 per session An open track pass is available for $40 for 10 visits. Pass may be shared between family and friends. Note: Children under age 16 are not allowed to accompany adults on the track.

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Birthday Party & Special Events are listed on pages in the front of this brochure.

Facility, Room and Area Rentals

This multi-use facility (with four-lane, 20-yard lap pool) offers Fitness Center members: • various “Aqua” classes • use of lap pool • access to whirlpool Locker rooms, sauna and steam room are conveniently located adjacent to the pool.

Sachs Recreation Center is the ideal place to host your next event! The entire facility or designated areas are available to rent. The majority of the amenities at the Sachs Recreation Center are available for rental purposes. Spaces may be reserved by residents and non-residents alike, by community and civic organizations, or by corporations or businesses to run an event, celebrate a special occasion or conduct a “retreat.” Make plans to enjoy your favorite activities and book now to meet, play, or celebrate at our facility! Following are some of the spaces you may consider reserving for your next function. • indoor swimming pool • middle school-size gym (2 available) • gym with full basketball court (used in the early 1990’s by the Chicago Bulls • dance room • party room and/or Retro Café

Lap Swim at Sachs Lap swimming at our indoor pool is the perfect place to build your strength and stamina and improve cardio-vascular performance in a non-impact environment! Swimming also can serve as an important cross-training exercise. The 20-yard, four lane pool is available for lap swim use during all operating hours (Monday - Friday: 5 am-9 pm and Saturday - Sunday: 7 am- 5 pm). During aqua exercise classes and private swim lessons, one or two lanes will be designated for lap swim users. Participation in lap swim is for all members and guests 16 years of age or older.

Everyone is invited “Into the Pool!” on weekend afternoons, year-round. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Lifeguards are on duty. Additional hours may be added during holidays.

All users of the indoor track must be16 years of age or above, Fitness Center member or enrolled in a Park District class. Fitness members may use the track during all scheduled, age appropriate, open track sessions at no additional cost. Non members may participate by paying a daily usage fee. All track participants must check in at the front reception desk prior to entering the track. A valid membership card, valid open track pass or proof of paid daily fee must be presented. As proof of payment, all non members will be required to wear a wristband at all times while using the track.

Please see the Indoor Swim Lessons pages of this brochure in the previous “Sports and Athletics / Indoor Swim Lessons” section. AND see the COHO Swim Club pages of this brochure. COHO is a developmental and competitive swimming club for swimmers 5 years through adults and a sponsored organization of the Deerfield Park District. COHO is also an affiliated organization of the Park District of Highland Park.

Indoor Pool

Open Swim / Family Swim

Indoor Track Usage

Indoor Swim Lessons

Location: Sachs Recreation Center Days: Saturdays and Sundays Times: 1:00 - 3:00 pm. Fees: SRC Members: Free Children of Members: $4 each Non-Member Individual: $4 ea. Non-Member Family: $8 NOTE: Abusive language, physical confrontation or the like will not be tolerated and will result in immediate expulsion from the Recreation Center. The Recreation Staff reserves the right to determine court usage and court play during open gym sessions.

For more information on rentals, pricing and policies, please call 847-572-2660.

IDEAL VENUES * Birthday, Graduation, Confirmation, Bar/Bat Mitzvah and Retirement parties * Meetings, Team-Building Activities, Training Workshops * Reunions, Showers, Wedding and other Receptions * Team Practices, Tournaments and “End-of-the-Season” Get Togethers * Sporting Events -perfect for racquetball, tennis, basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, martial arts * Dances: from school functions to recitals; square dancing to teen parties All renters must abide by the Deerfield Park District and Sachs Recreation Center building use policies and procedures. Additional information regarding rental procedures may be obtained at the Sachs Recreation Center front desk or by calling 847-572-2660.

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Sachs Recreation Center • 455 Lake Cook Rd., Deerfield •847-572-2600 • www.SachsRecCenter.org Retro Cafe & Game Room for Grades 5-10

KIDS KORNER (Babysitting for Fitness Center Members)

The Café is available for your enjoyment, providing a full menu for breakfast and lunch. Enjoy healthy menu options or quick and tasty snacks or treats after a vigorous workout. The “retro-style” café on the second floor overlooks the two gym areas and is an ideal spot to have a cool beverage or a hot “cuppa” on a cold morning. The cafe also offers a variety of menu items, snacks and beverages for our younger customers. For your convenience, the café is open:

Kids Korner (Babysitting) Hours: Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 1 PM Tuesday & Thursday: 4 - 8 PM Saturday & Sunday: 8 AM - 12 PM

Days and hours are subject to change. To verify days/hours, please call: 847-572-2600. Located in the west “Korner” of the Sachs Recreation Center, Kids Korner is a safe, enjoyable and secure area for children. Caring and qualified staff will supervise your children while you are visiting the Recreation Center. These general guidelines have been established to ensure that our young guests have a positive, fun experience while attending Kids Korner:

Monday - Friday: 6:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.; Will be open on select weekends.

• Kids Korner is available for children between the ages of 3 months and 10 years. Children 7-10 year s of age are encouraged to provide their own form of entertainment.

GAME ROOM for Grades 5-10 Foosball. Bumper Pool. Big TV.

• Children may attend Kids Korner for a maximum of 2 hours per visit.

Sachs Recreation Center has a room specially designed and reserved for use by our pre-teen guests. Come hang with your friends; play pool, video games or foosball; watch TV; or just kick back and chill in comfortable bean-bag chairs. A NEOS game –open to all ages– is located just outside the game room. Time a visit to the game room with Open Gym, Swim or other programs. For times and other information, please call the Sachs Recreation Center at 847572-2600 or visit www.SachsRecCenter.org.

• Parent must remain in the Recreation Center while their children are participating in Kids Korner. • Diaper service is not provided; parents will be notified if a diaper needs to be changed. • Children will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis if space allows. • Payment for Kids Korner visits are made at the front reception desk. The cost is $6 per visit per child. 20 hour punch cards are available for a discounted rate of $90 ($30 savings). Kids Korner punch cards are nontransferable and can only be used by the family that purchased the card. A complete list of rules and regulations and the Code of Conduct for Kids Korner is available at the front reception desk at the Sachs Recreation Center.

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Sports & Athletics - Tennis, Racquetball, Pickleball, More Tennis at Sachs Recreation Center Two air-conditioned tennis courts are available for rental to the general public when they are not being used for lessons or other programs. Residents may reserve court time up to seven days in advance. Non-residents may reserve courts 48 hours in advance. Court time must be paid for at time of reservation. If a reservation is cancelled 24 hours or more prior to the scheduled court time, the fee will be refunded. If the reservation is cancelled within 24 hours of the scheduled court time, no refund will be given. All cancellations must be done by speaking with a front desk staff member. Voice mail, email, or faxes are not acceptable. Courts may be obtained on a walk-on basis when available.

Tennis Court Time Rental Prime Time: $28 per hour Monday - Friday: After 9:00 a.m. Saturday & Sunday: All day Non-Prime Time: $16 per hour Monday - Friday: 5:00 - 9:00 a.m. Permanent Tennis Court Reservation Times Available

Days & Times: Monday - Friday, from 5:00 - 9:00 a.m. Cost: $28/hour For more information: Call the SRC Front Desk: 847-572-2600

Racquetball at Sachs Recreation Center An air conditioned racquetball court is available for rental to the general public. Residents may reserve court time up to seven days in advance. Non-residents may reserve court 48 hours in advance. Court time must be paid for at time of reservation. If a reservation is cancelled 24 hours or more prior to the scheduled court time, the fee will be refunded. If the reservation is cancelled within 24 hours of the scheduled court time, no refund will be given. All cancellations must be done by speaking with a front desk staff member. Voice mail, email, or faxes are not acceptable. Courts may be obtained on a walk on basis when available.

Racquetball Court Time Rental Prime Time: $16 per hour Monday - Friday: 4:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Saturday - Sunday: 7:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m. Non-Prime Time: $12 per hour Monday - Friday: 5:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Saturday - Sunday: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Pickleball (for 50+ crowd) Learn the fastest growing racket sport in America! Pickleball combines tennis, badminton and ping pong for a fun game played on a badminton court with the net lowered to 34ȩ at the center. It is played with a perforated plastic baseball and paddles. Pickleball is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. Equipment is provided. Visit www.pickleballcoach.com or www.youtube.com to watch videos of play. Location: Instructor: Date: Days: Time: Fee:

Sachs Recreation Center for Open Play Staff Monday, January 9: Open Play begins Mondays & Wednesdays 9:00A - 12:00P Purchase a pass; minimum of 3 visits (3 hrs. of play/visit): $24/Res. for 3 visits; $30/NonRes. for 3 visits

Please contact Dana Joseph at 847-404-3174 for details.

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Dana Joseph and Chris Cabanban of First Serve Management and their team of instructors provide tennis services at the Sachs Recreation Center indoor courts and at the Deerfield Park District’s outdoor courts. The mission of First Serve Management is to nurture the love of the game of tennis. First Serve Management offers family-friendly programming that encourages students to play the sport for a lifetime and provides a path to pursue the level they wish to attain. From beginning recreational players looking for fitness and fun to tournament competitors, instructors understand that people of all ages play tennis for different reasons. They believe tennis brings people together –families, friends and new acquaintances– who then become friends through tennis. The quality and experience of their teaching distinguishes First Serve Management from their peers. Their entire staff is certified by either the USPTA or the USPTR and is constant from the start of a lesson session to the end. NOTE: All Winter Classes at SRC

Youth Class Descriptions Little Netters (Ages 4-5) Netters (Ages 5-6) Youngsters are introduced to the world of tennis in this basic skills class. Movement and tracking skills are taught. Emphasis is on having fun and establishing a positive tennis experience.

Half Volleys 1 (Ages 6-7) Half Volleys 2 (Ages 8-9) Beginners increase their net performance as they continue to learn tennis fundamentals. This class helps students enhance motor and racquet skills, while still allowing them to enjoy the game.

Baseliners 1 (Ages 9-11) Baseliners 2 (Ages 11-12) Students continue to develop their game, while refining their basic skills. Using situational drills and games, this class helps students establish a solid foundation for future development and incorporates strategy to help them build a lifelong love of tennis.

Excellence (Ages 11+) Experienced young athletes take a swing at understanding tennis strategies and how they are implemented in match play. Students learn to focus on their power, stamina, agility and accuracy to improve their performance. This class is for students with tennis experience.

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Sports & Athletics - First Serve Tennis Lessons

Adult (18 yrs. +; Min/Max: 2/4) #233028 - Session I

Youth - #233027 - Session I

Sect. Date (# cl) Beginner 01 1/4-2/22 (8) 02 1/5-2/23 (8) 03 1/9-2/20 (7)

Sect. Date (# cl) Day Little Netters: Age 4-5 01 1/3-2/21 (8) Tu 02 1/3-2/21 (8) Tu 03 1/3-2/21 (8) Tu 04 1/4-2/22 (8) W 05 1/9-2/20 (7) M Netters: Age 5-6 06 1/3-2/21 (8) 07 1/4-2/22 (8) 08 1/5-2/23 (8) 09 1/5-2/23 (8) 10 1/8-2/26 (8) 11 1/9-2/20 (7)

Time

Res / NR Min/Max: 2/4 12:00-12:45P $109/135 12:45-1:30P $109/135 3:15-4:00P $109/135 3:15-4:00P $109/135 3:15-4:00P $96/119

Min/Max: 2/6 Tu 4:00-4:45P W 3:15-4:00P Th 3:00-3:45P Th 3:45-4:30P Su 12:00-12:45P M 4:00-5:00P

Half Volley 1: Age 6-7 12 1/3-2/21 (8) Tu 13 1/3-2/21 (8) Tu 14 1/4-2/22 (8) W 15 1/4-2/22 (8) W 16 1/5-2/23 (8) Th 17 1/7-2/25 (8) Sa 18 1/9-2/20 (7) M

$109/135 $109/135 $109/135 $109/135 $109/135 $152/189

Min/Max: 2/6 4:45-5:30P $109/135 6:00-7:00P $173/215 4:00-5:00P $173/215 6:00-7:00P $173/215 4:00-5:00P $173/215 12:00-1:00P $173/215 4:00-5:00P $152/189

Half Volley 2: Age 8-9 19 1/3-2/21 (8) Tu 20 1/4-2/22 (8) W 21 1/5-2/23 (8) Th 22 1/7-2/25 (8) Sa 23 1/8-2/26 (8) Su 24 1/9-2/20 (7) M

Min/Max: 2/6 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:30-5:30P 2:00-3:00P 1:00-2:00P 5:00-6:00P

Baseliners 1: Age 9-11 25 1/3-2/21 (8) Tu 26 1/4-2/22 (8) W 27 1/4-2/22 (8) W 28 1/5-2/23 (8) Th 29 1/8-2/26 (8) Su 30 1/9-2/20 (7) M

5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 6:00-7:00P 5:00-6:00P 2:00-3:00P 5:00-6:00P

Min/Max: 2/6 $173/215 $173/215 $173/215 $173/215 $173/215 $152/189

Baseliners 2: Age 11-12 31 1/3-2/21 (8) Tu 32 1/4-2/22 (8) W 33 1/5-2/23 (8) Th 34 1/7-2/25 (8) Sa

5:30-6:30P 5:00-6:00P 6:00-7:00P 1:00-2:00P

Min/Max: 2/6 $173/215 $173/215 $173/215 $173/215

Excellence: Age 11+ 35 1/9-2/20 (7) M

Min/Max: 2/6 6:00-7:30P $229/285

$173/215 $173/215 $173/215 $173/215 $173/215 $152/189

Youth - #233029 - Session II Sect. Date (# cl) Day Little Netters: Age 4-5 01 2/27-4/9 (6) M 02 2/28-4/10 (6) Tu 03 2/28-4/10 (6) Tu 04 2/28-4/10 (6) Tu 05 2/29-4/11 (6) W Netters: Age 5-6 06 2/27-4/9 (6) 07 2/28-4/10 (6) 08 2/29-4/11 (6) 09 3/1-4/12 (6) 10 3/1-4/12 (6) 11 3/4-4/15 (4)

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Time

Res / NR Min/Max: 2/4 3:15-4:00P $83/102 12:00-12:45P $83/102 12:45-1:30P $83/102 3:15-4:00P $83/102 3:15-4:00P $83/102

Min/Max: 2/6 M 4:00-5:00P $131/162 Tu 4:00-4:45P $83/102 W 3:15-4:00P $83/102 Th 3:00-3:45P $83/102 Th 3:45-4:30P $83/102 Su 12:00-12:45P $57/70

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Half Volley 1: Age 6-7 12 2/27-4/9 (6) M 13 2/28-4/10 (6) Tu 14 2/28-4/10 (6) Tu 15 2/29-4/11 (6) W 16 2/29-4/11 (6) W 17 3/1-4/12 (6) Th 18 3/3-4/14 (4) Sa

Min/Max: 2/6 4:00-5:00P $131/162 4:45-5:30P $83/102 6:00-7:00P $131/162 4:00-5:00P $131/162 6:00-7:00P $131/162 4:00-5:00P $131/162 12:00-1:00P $89/110

Half Volley 2: Age 8-9 19 2/27-4/9 (6) M 20 2/28-4/10 (6) Tu 21 2/29-4/11 (6) W 22 3/1-4/12 (6) Th 23 3/3-4/14 (4) Sa 24 3/4-4/15 (4) Su

5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:30-5:30P 2:00-3:00P 1:00-2:00P

Min/Max: 2/6 $131/162 $131/162 $131/162 $131/162 $89/110 $89/110

Baseliners 1: Age 9-11 25 2/27-4/9 (6) M 26 2/28-4/10 (6) Tu 27 2/29-4/11 (6) W 28 2/29-4/11 (6) W 29 3/1-4/12 (6) Th 30 3/4-4/15 (4) Su

5:00-6:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 6:00-7:00P 5:00-6:00P 2:00-3:00P

Min/Max: 2/6 $131/162 $131/162 $131/162 $131/162 $131/162 $89/110

Baseliners 2: Age 11-12 31 2/28-4/10 (6) Tu 32 2/29-4/11 (6) W 33 3/1-4/12 (6) Th 34 3/3-4/14 (4) Sa

5:30-6:30P 5:00-6:00P 6:00-7:00P 1:00-2:00P

Min/Max: 2/6 $131/162 $131/162 $131/162 $89/110

Excellence: Age 11+ 35 2/27-4/9 (6) M

Min/Max: 2/6 6:00-7:30P $197/245

Adult Class Descriptions Adult Beginner: (1.0 – 2.0) This player has limited experience and is still working primarily on getting the ball into play. Focus is on fundamentals of hitting consistent ground strokes and sound footwork that will enhance the players’ growth. Adults gain basic tennis skills while learning to enjoy the game.

Day Time

Res / NR

W Th M

10:30A-12:00P $261/325 1:00-2:30P $261/325 10:30A-12:00P $229/285

Intermediate 04 1/5-2/23 (8)

Th

7:30-9:00P

$261/325

Advanced 1 (3.0) 05 1/4-2/22 (8) 06 1/9-2/20 (7)

W M

9:00-10:30A 9:00-10:30A

$261/325 $229/285

Advanced 2 (3.5) 07 1/3-2/21 (8) 08 1/5-2/23 (8) 09 1/9-2/20 (7) 10 1/9-2/20 (7)

Tu Th M M

9:30-11:00A 11:00A-12:30P 2:00-3:00P 7:30-9:00P

$261/325 $261/325 $152/189 $229/285

#233030 - Session II Sect. Date (# cl)

Day Time

Beginner 01 2/27-4/9 (6) 02 2/29-4/11 (6) 03 3/1-4/12 (6)

Res / NR

M W Th

10:30A-12:00P $197/245 10:30A-12:00P $197/245 1:00-2:30P $197/245

Intermediate 04 3/1-4/12 (6)

Th

7:30-9:00P

$197/245

Advanced 1 (3.0) 05 2/27-4/9 (6) 06 2/29-4/11 (6)

M W

9:00-10:30A 9:00-10:30A

$197/245 $197/245

Advanced 2 (3.5) 07 2/27-4/9 (6) 08 2/27-4/9 (6) 09 2/28-4/10 (6) 10 3/1-4/12 (6)

M M Tu Th

2:00-3:00P 7:30-9:00P 9:30-11:00A 11:00A-12:30P

$131/162 $197/245 $197/245 $197/245

No Class: 3/24 - 4/1, 4/7, 4/8

Adult Intermediate: (2.5) This player has some tennis experience and is still developing their basic skills and tactics. Focus is on sustaining a rally while incorporating court positioning and consistency. This player can also play singles and doubles, but needs to improve net play and serve.

Advanced 1: (3.0) This player has dependable strokes, but lacks depth and variety. This player lacks consistency when trying for power.

Create your own class with a minimum of two players. Contact Dana Joseph at 847-404-3174.

Advanced 2: (3.5) This player is developing the use of lobs, overheads; approach shots and volleys, and is seldom out of position in singles or doubles.

Register Online at: www.deerfieldparks.org

Advance 3: (4.0 +) This player has begun to hit with power, spin, depth and control. The serve can be a weapon. Movement into a net position can be used with some success in singles and doubles.

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Sports & Athletics - Leagues and Classes (for teens & adults as listed) Volleyball and Basketball Leagues for High School & Adult

Coho Swim Club Masters Program For adults ages 18 and older COHO offers two different options within our Masters program. In Masters I you may swim any one of the three practices offered per week. In Masters II you may swim all three practices offered per week. No other pro-rating options are available. Practices are Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 9-10pm at DHS, and Sunday mornings from 8-9:30 at DHS. Some Sunday practices will be moved to HPHS due to pool maintenance. Masters do not need to pay the USA/ISI registration fee or the COHO Activity Fee. Date (# weeks): 12/6 - 4/5 (18)

Team Registration for all Leagues (18 yrs.+) requires: 1) $50 refundable deposit; 2) completed league application; 3) roster/waiver form. League application and waiver form may be found on/downloaded from: www.deerfieldparkdistrict.org (Athletic Information link – Adult and High School Sports. Registration Information – League Application AND Waiver/ Roster). The direct link to the application/form is: http://www.deerfieldparkdistrict.org/ sports_adult_reg.html. Application and Waiver/Roster form are in .pdf format. Or, contact Jim Gariti at 847-572-2627 or email jimg@deerfieldparks.org

Sports & Athletics - Programs The following programs have sections offered for adult participants. If additional information is desired, please call 847-945-0650 or email info@deerfieldparks.org.

Winter - # 262908 (1 day per week) Sect. 01

Age 18+

Day/Time T, Th: PM; Su: AM

Res / NR $185/195

Masters II

Solo List Solo players may contact the Park District to be placed on a solo list. Players on this list are not guaranteed to be placed on a team. If enough solos are interested in a particular league, a team will be put together for season play. Otherwise, team captains will be notified of solos to fill any vacant roster spots. Contact Jim at 847-572-2627 or jimg@deerfieldparks. org to be placed on the solo list. Requested information is as follows:

1.) First & Last Name; 2.) League Interest; 3.) Phone Numbers); 4.) e-mail address

Archery! (equipment provided) - #233050

Winter - #262909 (up to 3 days per week)

Learn shooting form, scoring, how to compete, and how to compete like a champion! Learn to shoot Olympic style archery. Location: Sachs Recreation Center Instructor: Staff Min/Max: 5/12

Karate (Adult/Youth 7+) - #233004

Sec. Age

Date (#cl)

Day Time

Fee

M

$89

Teen 02

13-18 1/9-3/19 (8)

5:15-6:15P

Adult League (beginners welcome) 03

Adult 1/9-3/19 (8)

M

6:30-7:30P

$89

No class: 1/16, 2/20, 3/7

Adult Winter Basketball League Fencing - #233001

Location: Sachs Recreation Center Age: 18+ Instructor: Staff - TBA Min/Max: 4/6 teams League Date (# cl) Day Time Men’s A/B 1/24-4/10 (10) Tu 6:30-9:30P Men’s B/C 1/25-4/11 (10) W 6:30-9:30P

Fee $555 $555

Learn tactics, strategies, attacks and defenses and do conditioning, footwork, drilling and bouting in each session. Course makes learning fencing fun and interesting. All fitness levels accepted. Chicago Athletic Assoc. provides the equipment. Students must wear long pants to class.

Adult CoRec Volleyball League

Location: SRC Min/Max: 6/10 Ages: Yth: 8 yrs.+, Teens & Adults Fee: $155 Res/$230 NR

Location: Sachs Recreation Center Age: Adults (18+) Instructor: Staff - TBA Min/Max: 4/6 teams

Sect # 01 02 03 04

No class: 3/27, 3/28

Date Day (# cl) Time 1/23-4/16 M (9) 6:30-9:30P

Masters I

Level Beg Cont Beg Cont

Date (# cl) 1/4-2/8 (6) 1/4-2/8 (6) 2/15-3/21 (6) 2/15-3/21 (6)

Day W W W W

Time 4-5:00P 5-6:00P 4-5:00P 5-6:00P

Sect. 01

Age 18+

Day/Time T, Th: PM; Su: AM

Res / NR $365/385

Build coordination, agility, strength and poise; release tension and get in touch with your body. Karate helps foster a strong, positive self-image. The mental aspect builds confidence, control and discipline, while developing muscle tone, cardiovascular fitness and skills. Advanced students improve techniques and learn valuable self-defense skills. Regardless of your age, weight or condition, karate can put you and your family on the road to fitness and well-being. Location: SRC Min/Max: 15/35 Instructors: IL Shotokan Karate Day/Date/#Classes: Tu., 1/3-3/20 (12) Fee: $113R/$167NR for 1 hr. class Fee: $155R/$225NR for 1.5 hr. class (For Sect. 04-06: per person) Sect. Level Adult (and Youth 7 years & up) 01 Beg./Novice Wht-Yel Belt 02 Int. Blue-Purple Belt 03 Adv. Brown-Black Belt

Date

Time

1/3-3/20 6:30-7:30P 1/3-3/20 7:30-8:30P 1/3-3/20 7:30-9:00P

Parent and Child (7 years & up) 04 Beg./Novice Wht-Yel Belt 1/3-3/20 6:30-7:30P 05 Int. Blue-Purple Belt 1/3-3/20 7:30-8:30P 06 Adv. Brown-Black Belt 1/3-3/20 7:30-9:00P

Fee $375 /team

No class: 2/20, 3/5, 3/26

Winter/Day Camp 2012

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Sports & Athletics (Adults 18+ unless indicated) Taekwondo (Deerfield) - #233036

Boxing Class - #233065

Taekwondo helps people of all ages and abilities improve concentration and self esteem, achieve lifelong physical fitness, and learn self-defense skills. A $45 uniform fee is required at the first class. Belt testing (twice per year) is offered at an additional fee. All colored belt students are required to have complete sparring gear. For more information, call 847-480-9224.*

Boxing can be an excellent source of conditioning and a terrific way to satisfy the basic human need of recognition in a positive manner. Program is specifically designed to provide an extremely fulfilling and beneficial experience. It’s a great way to release frustrations in a positive way and build self-confidence and character.

Location: SRC (847-572-2600) Instructor: KH Kim’s Taekwondo Staff* Day/Date (#cl): Th/ 1/5-3/22 (12) Fee: $149R/$221NR

Adult - Age: 14+ Min/Max: 4/10 Section: 06: Time: 7:10-8:00P Restricted to high school students and older, this program concentrates on techniques through the study of forms, stances, and the skills of punching, kicking, and blocking.

Parent/Child - Age: 7+ w/parent Min/Max: 4/20 Sect. 05: Time: 7:10-8:00P Class provides families with a fun opportunity to spend time together while improving physical and mental conditioning through cardiovascular drills, calisthenics and traditional Taekwondo techniques including punching, kicking and blocking. FEE is per person.

Jungle Gym 101 - #292807 Jungle Gym Training is a performance training tool that leverages gravity and the user’s body weight to enable hundreds of exercises for participants of all levels of fitness. If you are new to Jungle Gym or looking for a new training technique, Jungle Gym 101 is the class for you. Enrollment is limited to eight participants. Location: SRC Age: 16+ Instructor: SRC Personal Training Staff Min/Max: 5/8 Sect. Dates (# cl) 01 1/11-2/29 (8) 02 1/12-3/01 (8) 03 1/13-3/02 (8) 04 1/14-3/03 (8)

Day W Th F Sa

Time 6:45-7:45P 6:00-7:00A 9:00-10:00A 9:00-10:00A

Fee M/NM* $120/$192 $120/$192 $120/$192 $120/$192

Beginning stages cover punching, defensive and offensive fundamentals. For proper boxing etiquette, consistency is a must; and weekly repetition improves muscle strength, mental sharpness, stress management and increased flexibility, and potentially, weight loss. Boxing enhances focus, confidence, respect, discipline, control and self-defense, while you become physically fit. Learn basic skills and get in condition using jump ropes and various boxing drills. Learn the basic stance, footwork and punches. The goal is to help you be the best at everything you put your mind to and to have fun doing it. Location: My Kempo Martial Arts Studio 786 S. Buffalo Grove Rd., B.G., (847-947-8709) Instructor: My Kempo Martial Arts Studio Days: Mon. & Thurs. Min/Max: 6/20 Sect. Age 01 14+

Date (#cl) 1/9-3/15 (17)

Time 6:00-7:00P

Fees $204

No class: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

This successful program, in it’s 3rd season, helps you incorporate diet and exercise into your daily routine. FitStart includes exercise and different nutrition topics each week. Nutritionist Jamie Portnoy guides you through this challenging and life-style changing program. Enjoy all SRC amenities & exercise programs. Weekly weigh-ins and progress analysis, menus and access to an amazing variety of group exercise classes. Sponsored by Whitehall of Deerfield.

Location: SRC Instructor: Jamie Portnoy, MS, RD, LDN Sect. Dates 01 1/9-3/12 (10)

Days Times Min/Max M & W 6-7:00P 14/30

Fees: (R/NR =Deerfield Park Dist. Resident/NonRes): $245–R/SRC Member; $315–R/SRC NonMember; $375–NR/SRC NonMember. FitStart Alumni Rates: $75–SRC Member; $204–R/SRC NonMember; $237–NR/SRC NonMember

Off-Season Triathlon Training - #292801 Whether it is your first triathlon or you want to move up in distance, our goal is to provide a fun environment in which to train hard and efficiently to achieve your personal goals. The focus is on endurance building in swimming, biking and running as well as strength training and core conditioning. Details will be posted on our website, www. sachsreccenter.org. Contact Tim Johnson at tim@deerfieldparks.org to be placed on the interest list. Class information will be emailed to you when it becomes available.

Now’s the time to get fit! The Sachs Recreation Center TNT Fitness Pass offers students under 16 who are currently enrolled in high school an opportunity to become a Fitness Center member. Upon successful completion of the 3-hour TNT training class and payment of monthly membership fees, TNT pass holders are entitled to use: Cardiovascular training equipment; Full line of strength resistance equipment; Swimming pool and open gym; all group exercise classes (Yoga, Indoor Cycling, more); Full service locker room/towel service; Four lane track (walk/jog/run). Training classes are ongoing. Fee for the training class is $50. Call Tim at 847-572-2661 for details.

Location: SRC Instructor: Staff Date: Nov. 2011 - April 2012: TBA (6 mos.) Day: 1 weekday evening & 1 weekend morning each week. Fee: TBA

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FitStart - for Age: 16+ - #292805

Lite Series Fitness at Sachs The Fitness staff at Sachs Recreation Center introduces Lite Series Fitness Classes. Our Lite Series Classes are designed specifically for active older adults, those new to group exercise, and those getting back into an active lifestyle. Check our current group exercise schedule for details on all of our Lite Series Classes at www.SachsRecCenter.org or call 847-572-2600 for more information

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Sports & Athletics (Adults 18+ unless indicated) First Aid Classes for Adults - #213132 American Heart Association Heart Saver First Aid Course Description

The Heart Saver First Aid Course teaches how to manage illness and injuries in the first few minutes until professional help arrives. Course content includes: General Principles, Medical Emergencies and Injury Emergencies. This class is taught by certified instructors who are also licensed Paramedics with real life experience.

Hockey and Ice Skating Deerfield Park District makes ice for outdoor skating as soon weather conditions permit. We maintain neighborhood rinks with timed lighting for your skating enjoyment. Neighborhood rinks are at Briarwood and Pine Street parks (see map at back of brochure). Lights at the neighborhood rinks operate between 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. every night. We also provide lighted family ice rinks at Jewett Park and Jaycee Park. A hockey rink is at Jewett Park and unlighted rinks are at Pine Street and Briarwood Parks.

Regular Warming House Hours Jewett and Jaycee Parks Mon.-Thurs. Saturday

4 - 9 pm 10 am - 10 pm

Friday Sunday

4 - 10 pm 10 am - 6 pm

First Aid (Basic): Approx. 3 hours Certification: Good for 2 years Location: TBD Min/Max: 5/10 Sect. 01 02 03

Day Th Tu W

Date (#cl) Jan. 26 Feb. 21 Mar. 21

Instructor: Assured Health Time 6:00-9:00P 6:00-9:00P 6:00-9:00P

Fees $35 $35 $35

Loc JPCC PTC JPCC

CPR Classes for Adults - #213131 American Heart Association Heart Saver First Aid Course Description

This course will go over all CPR guidelines and skills and techniques for Adult / Child / Infant emergencies. Class is designed for the general public, day care providers, lifeguards, teachers, Cub Scout and Girl Scout leaders and anyone else interested in taking a rewarding course. Class is taught by certified instructors who are also licensed Paramedics with real life experience. CPR Course Time: Approx. 3 hours Certification: Good for 2 years

Holiday Warming House Hours Friday - Monday, December 16 - January 2: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm, (Closed 12/25, 1/1) Christmas Eve: December 24, 10 am - 2 pm (Closed: 12/25)

Location: TBD Min/Max: 5/10 Sect. 01 02 03

Day Tu W M

Date (#cl) Jan. 10 Feb. 1 Mar. 5

Instructor: Assured Health Time 6:00-9:00P 6:00-9:00P 6:00-9:00P

Fees $35 $35 $35

Loc PTC JPCC PTC

New Year’s Eve: December 31, 10 am - 2 pm (Closed: 1/1)

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Sachs Recreation Ce swimming pool 3 gyms, an indoor unas, meeting with whirlpool & sa fe and catering. and party rooms, ca General Manager, Talk to Tony, SRC 60; email: phone: 847-572-26 s.org tony@deerfieldpark

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FOR: Archery, Basketball, Volleyball Leagues; Fitness memberships; Group Exercise Classes; Jungle Gym –Performance Training; Lap-, Open- and Family- Swim; Open Gym & Track; Personal Training; Tennis, Racquetball & Pickleball SEE PREVIOUS PAGES FOR Pilates; Tai Chi; Yoga; and More Fitness & Exercise Classes SEE NEXT PAGE

House of Speed at SRC: Overview 1/10 of a second can be the difference between making the JV team and the Varsity team. Deerfield Park District and House of Speed work in partnership to offer a program that increases an athlete’s speed, agility, and explosiveness for all sports. This scientifically proven training formula combined with advanced training technology such as PowerPull, MySpeed and Dartfish can be the difference in your child’s athletic career. Monthly camps, weekly clinics and private and team training are offered to fit athletes’ specific needs. Adult training is also offered year round.

Weekly Clinics Ages: Boys & Girls age 8 years through college students. Weekly 90-120 minute classes are grouped by age to ensure the proper level of fun and intensity. Clinics focus on balance, stability, straight ahead speed, burst of speed, lateral agility, mental quickness, and vertical explosiveness. Great for all sports. Clinics provide the most flexibility as you choose which days each week to attend. Fee: Purchase packages of sessions like a punch card. Visit http://houseofspeed.com/ northshore for schedule, fees, and to sign-up. Day/Time: Thursdays 6:00-8:00 p.m., after school Fridays 4:00-5:30 p.m, and Sundays, 2:30-4:30 p.m. (Designed to work around your schedule, participants may choose which days to attend each week).

One-Day General and Sport Specific Camps Athletes learn how to improve running form to get a little quicker and gain that extra burst of speed. Trainers use a scientifically proven formula to increase athletes’ speed, agility, and explosiveness: three key skills required to be great at any sport. Camp includes video analysis of athlete’s running form. Camps are great for busy schedules or athletes wanting an introduction into speed training without the time and financial commitments of weekly clinics. Each camp runs for 3 hours. Ages: Boys and girls 8 years through college students (grouped by age to ensure proper level of fun and intensity.) Fee: $60R/$70NR per one-day camp. Register for camps at http://il-north-shore.houseofspeed.com/camps. Sess. # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Dates/Day/Time 1/16 (Mon) 9-12 1/16 (Mon) 9-12 2/11 (Sat) 1-4 2/20 (Mon) 9-12 3/5 (Mon) 9-12 4/6 (Fri) 9-12 5/5 (Sat) 9-12 5/6 (Sun) 9-12

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Adults -18 yrs. & up

Zumba Gold - #213240 Hypnotic Latin dance rhythms and easy-tofollow moves are fused in this dynamic, new workout system. Latin-flavored music and traditional dance moves such as Salsa, Tango, and Merengue are combined with aerobics to keep you moving. You will gain cardiovascular benefit, improved balance and coordination

Exercise & Wellness Community Yoga - #232802 This new, highly successful session was added in the summer for those of you who want a post-work session to relieve life’s stresses before returning home. This mat class includes floor and standing poses and work on breathing techniques and relaxation practices that calm and focus the mind and body. Location: PTC Instructor: Joy Luster

Age: 18+ Min/Max: Varies

Sect. Date (#) Day 01 1/4-3/14 (10) W

Time Fee 5:30-6:30P $115

No class: 3/7

Yoga for Athletes - #252709 Stretching is critical for flexibility and range of motion. Instructor combines physical fitness, ballet, and yoga to create a class designed specifically for athletes to enhance their training and exercise program. Emphasis is on the restorative aspects of yin yoga to relax the body and focus the mind by holding core poses and applying moderate, slow and even pressure on connective tissue, ligaments and joints. This class provides insurance against injury and replenish the body’s vitality. Location: SRC Instructor: April Epstein

Age: 14+ Min/Max: 6/12

Sec. Date (# cl)

Day Time

01

Su 1:00-2:15P $152/$188

1/8-3/18 (11)

Res/NR

Location: PTC Instructor: Anne Richards

Sect. Date (#) Day Time PTCM/NM 01 1/4-2/8 (6) W 11:00A-12:00P $50/65 02 2/22-3/21 (5) W 11:00A-12:00P $42/57

Tai Chi (Yang Style) - #213217 This ancient Chinese exercise program is designed to help reduce stress, improve mental concentration, flexibility, balance and coordination. Focused breathing techniques are used. Tai Chi provides training in proper body mechanics and natural alignment and fosters a relaxed body and a peaceful state of mind. Location: PTC Instructor: Nancy Tobias

Ages: 50+ Min/Max: 6/15

Sec. Date (#)

Day

Time

01 02 03 04 05 06

Tu Th Tu & Th Tu Th Tu & Th

10:45-11:45A 10:45-11:45A 10:45-11:45A 10:45-11:45A 10:45-11:45A 10:45-11:45A

1/3-2/7 (6) 1/5-2/9 (6) 1/3-2/9 (12) 2/14-3/20 (6) 2/16-3/22 (4) 2/14-3/22 (10)

PTCM / NM $51/66 $51/66 $98/113 $51/66 $34/49 $82/97

No classes: Thurs: 3/8, 3/15

Pilates - #232805 Tone your body as you build strength and increase flexibility. This mat class conditions your body and reduces stress while helping to improve your posture and balance. Location: PTC Min/Max: 5/15 Instructor: Julie Lyon Cheifetz

Hatha Yoga - #232801 Learn to relax and release tensions from your body and mind through the practice of classical hatha yoga, which includes yoga postures, breathing practices, and deep relaxation and meditation.

Sect. Date (#) 01 1/3-3/20 (11) 02 1/5-3/22 (11)

Day Time Tu 8:45-9:45A Th 9:00-10:00A

Res/NR $126/187 $126/187

No class: Sect. 02: 2/21, 3/8

Location: PTC Age: 18+ Instructor: Sect. 01, & 02: Joy Luster; Sect. 03: Jai Luster Min/Max: Varies Sect. Date (# cl) 01 1/2-3/19 (10) 02 1/4-3/14 (10) 03 1/4-3/14 (10)

Day M W W

Time 7-8:15P 9:30-10:45A 7-8:30P

Res/NR $115/170 $115/170 $115/170

No class: Sect. 01: 1/16, 2/20; Sect. 02 & 03: 3/7

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Tone & Firm - #232804 Improve your muscle tone and gain added strength and flexibility. Emphasis will be on the arms, hips, stomach, and legs. No jumping or jogging! Staying toned and firm is simply a matter of dedication to a regular exercise routine! Location: PTC Instructor: Body Power

Ages: 18+ Min/Max: 5/15

Sec. Date (#) Day Time Res/NR 01 1/3-3/22 1/wk. (11) Tu or Th 6:45-7:45P $126/187 02 1/3-3/22 2/wk. (22) Tu & Th 6:45-7:45P $247/368

No class: 2/21, 3/8

Feldenkrais® - #213234 Feldenkrais® focuses on gentle movement for those experiencing chronic pain, poor balance, flexibility or coordination difficulties. Learn to move with more pleasure, ease, and grace. Improve your energy, reduce stress, and breathe more easily. Become aware of unnecessary, unhealthy movement habits. Learn more comfortable and efficient alternatives. This class does not involve stretching or vigorous exercise and is taught with a “less is more” attitude. Location: PTC Instructor: Joyce Ann

Ages: 50+ Min/Max: 4/8

Sect. Date (#) Day Time PTCM/NM 01 1/2-2/6 (6) M 9:00-10:00A $60/75 02 2/13-3/19 (6) M 9:00-10:00A $60/75

50+ Fitness - #213201 Register Online at: www.deerfieldparks.org

Participate in this popular, non-impact, aerobic workout at your own fitness level. Full range of motion exercises help to control weight, tone muscles and maintain flexibility. Location: PTC Age: 50+ Instructor: Janice Hoffman Min/Max: 8/16 Sect. Date (#) 01 1/2-2/6 (6) 02 1/5-2/9 (6) 03 2/13-3/19 (6) 04 2/16-3/22 (6)

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Day M Th M Th

Time 9:00-10:00A 9:00-10:00A 9:00-10:00A 9:00-10:00A

PTCM/NM $54/69 $54/69 $54/69 $54/69

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Section #04: Candy Creations

Creative & Performing Arts: Art, Cooking, Music, Dance

Learn to make decadent English Toffee and Old Fashioned Peanut Brittle for that ultimate sweet gift—just in time for Valentine’s Day!

Mon., 2/6, 7:00-9:00P

Section #05: Rice Done Twice –Risotto and Sushi Rolls

Everyday Gourmet: Eat Well –Live Well - #213117 Instructor Jennifer Noone, a local resident since 1973, U of I graduate in Foods & Nutrition, 3-year employee of the Entertaining Company Catering Firm, assistant manager at Foodstuff ’s, and Food Network interviewee, has a real passion for food! She’ll share ways to eat and entertain like a king on a shoestring budget. Location: PTC Ages: 18+ Min/Max: 4/12 Fee: $35/class; $120/any four classes

Mon., 2/13, 7:00-9:00P Learn how to whip up a perfect, Creamy Risotto every time! Learn how rice differs and the importance of using the correct rice for the appropriate dish. We will also work with Asian sushi rice and learn how to roll delicious and Healthy Sushi Rolls.

Register Online at: www.deerfieldparks.org

Section #01: 2 Chickens—3 Meals

Section #06: NEW! Gluten-Free Creative Cooking Mon., 3/12, 7:00-9:00P Learn how to create new and delicious dishes with gluten-free ingredients! Outrageously delicious Parmesan Popovers served at the Reel Club Restaurant will be made, in addition to Asian Cellophane Noodles with Beef & Vegetables, and delectable Apple Crisp for a sweet ending to this fabulous gluten-free evening!

Section #07: It’s Greek to Me! Mon., 3/19, 7:00-9:00P This is a MUST HAVE in your culinary arsenal! Learn how to make Greek Lasagna called Pastitsio—just the way Ya Ya made it! We will also learn how to make traditional Egg Lemon Soup called Avgolemono—tart and creamy without the fat from heavy cream or half and half. No need to fight the traffic to Greek Town anymore.

Mon., 1/9, 7:00-9:00P Make the most of this humble bird! Learn how to cut up a whole chicken –a huge money saver and so easy! After mastering this basic technique, we will make company-worthy Braised Chicken in White Wine Sauce, kids’ favorite Parmesan Chicken Cutlets, and a quick weeknight “fave” –Chinese Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry. Your family will be “clucking” for more!

Section #02: Stick to Your Ribs Wed., 1/18, 7:00-9:00P Learn how to make Succulent Baby Back Ribs in the oven or out on the grill. Jennifer will share helpful tips on prepping the ribs and the secrets to ensuring tender moist ribs every time! The perfect sides—Au Gratin Potatoes and Best Ever Chili Con Carne will be demonstrated. This is a class to warm the soul!

Custom Cooking Parties at Patty Turner Center! Gather your friends for a fun evening of cooking, learning & eating! Groups of four to ten may choose a custom menu or from the classes currently offered. Call the Patty Turner Center at 847-940-4010 for specific dates/times. Cost: 4-6 people/$35 per person; 7-10 people/$30 per person.

Section #03: Elegance in Parchment Mon., 1/30, 7:00-9:00P

Holiday Tasty Tidbits - #113221

Learn this easy and low calorie way of cooking that lends an elegant flair to weekend entertaining or makes a weeknight meal seem special! We will learn to make economical and popular Tilapia Filets with Seasonal Vegetables Steamed in White Wine & Herb Broth. Festive Italian Shellfish in a Tomato Saffron Sauce with Linguine will also be shared. Let your guest open up their own parchment packages, sure to impress!

Do you hate cooking for the family around the holidays? If so, stop by the PTC where WHOLE FOODS MARKET - DEERFIELD will be highlighting some delicious ready-made holiday menu items. We will be sampling some of their most popular items so....bring along a good appetite!

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Location: PTC Sect Dates 07 Dec. 6

Day Time Fee Tu 11:00A Free, but Registration required by 12/1

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Adults - 18 yrs. & up Creative & Performing Arts: Art, Cooking, Music, Dance Ceramics Adult - #252602 Learn the fundamentals of hand-building, throwing, and using glazes to create decorative ceramic pieces such as clocks, bowls and wall hangings you will enjoy making. Some wheel training will be included. The only limit is your imagination! Classes are small to provide individual attention; and you will work on your own projects at your own pace. Location: JPCC Instructor: R. Cohen Sect. Date 01 1/9-4/9 (10) 02 1/3-3/13 (10)

Day M Tu

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 6/10 Time 12:00-2:30P 7:00-9:30P

Fee $254 $254

No class: Sect. 01: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5, 3/26; Sect. 02: 2/21

Elaine Silberman brings her warm, nurturing teaching style to this adult beginning art program. This class will introduce you to the sheer joy of creating. You will learn basic drawing techniques and use of a wide variety of media: charcoal, pencil, and watercolors. Location: Sect. 01: PTC; Sect. 02 & 03: JPCC Age: 18+ Min/Max: 5/20 Date (# cl) 1/9-4/9 (10) 1/9-4/9 (10) 1/12-3/15 (10)

Day M M Th

Time 12:30-2:30P 7:00-9:00P 9:15-11:15A

Splendid Ballroom Dance - #213108

Deerfield Dance Studio is in its 34th year, providing professional dance instruction in a large mirrored studio complete with sprung wood floors for the health and safety of the dancers. Dancers enrolled in fall, winter and spring sessions may participate in the annual spring recital. The Deerfield Park District team of professional teachers maintains a supportive, nurturing environment for all students. For complete bios. of instructors, please contact Recreation Supervisor Jon Beckmann at 847572-2621 or email jon@deerfieldparks.org).

Discover the wonderful world of ballroom dancing. Improve your skills, learn new steps and how to lead & follow in this introductory session. You will have fun learning the sophisticated Waltz, Cha Cha, Swing, and Tango. Join us for these enjoyable dances that are simply timeless! Couples are recommended, but not necessary. Couples will not rotate partners. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

NOTE: You may register for dance classes as soon as you receive this brochure. Please write Dance Registration on your envelope.

Sect. Date (#) Day Time PTCM/NM 01 1/25-2/22 (5) W 7:30-9:00P $53/77

CLASS ATTIRE: Ballet: Black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair neatly and securely arranged off the neck. (Men: white T-shirt, black tights, dance belt, black or white shoes). Jazz: Black leotard, black jazz pants, black jazz shoes. Modern: Black leotard, black leggings Promptness is required at all levels.

Jazz - #252704 (Adult Sections)

Silberman Art Studio - #213233

Sect. 01 02 03

Deerfield Dance Studio

Fee $127 $127 $127

No class: Sect. 01, 02: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5, 3/26

Instructor: April Epstein Sec. Lev. Date (#cl) 01 Beg 1/3-3/20 (11) 02 Int 1/5-3/22 (12)

Day Time Tu 10-11:15A Th 10-11:15A

Fee $159 $172

Ballet - #252703 (Adult Sections) Instructor: Amy Rose –New Instructor Sec. 01 02 03

Lev. Int 3/Adv Int 3/Adv Int 2/3

Date (#cl) 1/9-3/19 (11) 1/4-3/21 (12) 1/6-3/23 (12)

Day M W F

Time 10-11:15A 10-11:15A 10-11:15A

Fee $159 $172 $172

Location: PTC Instructor: Dance Techs

Wedding Fiesta Workshop - #213107 (2 hour seminar) Be a part of the fiesta and learn to dance to Latin, Ballroom and Contemporary dance music. This session is perfect for anyone that is in or going to a wedding and needs a quick on class lesson! Zesty Cha Cha, romantic Waltz, and Contemporary movement will be taught. Couples are recommended, but not necessary. Couples will not rotate partners. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes. (Getting married? Bring your song on tape or CD. The instructor can give you some quick ideas on dances at the end of the class.) Location: PTC Instructor: Dance Techs Sect. Date (#) 01 3/7 (1)

Adult Hip Hop/Dance Aerobics: #252510 LOCATION: SRC

Instructor: Phil Brooks Sec. Lev. Gr. Date (#cl) 01 Beg. Adlt. 1/3-3/20 (11) 02 Int Adlt. 1/3-3/20 (11)

Day Time Fee Tu 5-6P $163 Tu 6-7P $163

No class: 2/21

Musical Theater Dance - #252704

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Day M

Time 6:00-7:00P

Instructor: Debra Goldman Sect. Date (# cl) 08 1/9-3/19 (11)

Sec 19 20

Day Sa W

Time Dates 9:00-10:00A 1/14-3/24 7:00-8:00P 1/11-3/21

Age: 14+

Day Time M 5:30-6:30P

Dates 1/9-3/19

Fee $120

LOCATION: JPCC

This class is for anyone who wants to have fun! Students will learn Broadway style dance including: jazz, modern, contemporary and tap. No previous dance required.

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Time PTCM/NM 7:30-9:30P $35/50

Sec. Lev. Date (#cl) Day Time Fee $159 10 Beg 1 1/5-3/22 (11) Th 7:15-8:15P 12 Beg/Int 1/9-3/19 (8) M 11:30A-12:30P $113

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Day W

Ages: 18+ Min/Max: 8/16

Instructor: Tia Sutton

No class: Sect. 10: 1/26; Sect. 12: 1/16, 2/20, 3/5

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Ages: 18+ Min/Max: 8/16

Fee $159

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Fee $160 $160

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Adults -18 yrs. & up

Scholar-in-Residence Program

Skills, Hobbies & Variety

Dynamic speaker, respected activist, and former national Teacher of the Year, Barry Bradford has been praised on the floor of Congress, interviewed by every major broadcast network, and recognized with awards from major civil rights organizations for his work to reopen two of the most notorious “cold cases” of the civil rights era: the Mississippi Burning Case and the Clyde Kennard Case. A warm, energetic, and thought-provoking teacher, Barry continues his popular educational programs—presentations on history, culture, psychology, theater and books—throughout the fall! Please contact the PTC at 847-940-4010 for a list of current topics and registration information.

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Mah Jongg - #213106 This ancient Chinese game is a fast-paced, entertaining game similar to a card game, but using colorful tiles held in racks. You’ll enjoy the clicking and scrambling of the tiles as you master the various strategies of this fascinating game. If you have a Mah Jongg set, please bring it with you. You will need a 2011 Mah Jongg card to play. These cards can be found at many local card stores. Location: PTC Age: 18 + Sect. Date (# cl) Beginning Classes 01 1/9-2/6 (4) 02 1/9-2/6 (4) Supervised Classes 03 2/13-3/19 (4) 04 2/13-3/19 (4)

Instructor: Dale Solow Min/Max: 6/16 Day Time

Res / NR

M M

9:30A-12:00P $65/95 7:00-9:30P $65/95

M M

9:30A-12:00P $65/95 7:00-9:30P $65/95

No class: Sect. 01, 02: 1/16; Sect. 03, 04: 2/20 & 3/5

Winter Bridge Classes - #213214 Location: PTC Instructor: Al Glick

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 12/28

This second in a series of four beginning bridge sessions starting this fall is based on Audrey Grant’s “Play of the Hand –Diamond Series.” This class will be followed seasonally by sessions devoted to “Defense,” and “Commonly Used Conventions.” By the time you complete the sequence, you will have developed a solid bridge basic skill set. Sect. 01 (Diamond)

Date (# cl) Day Time PTC M/NM 1/5-2/23 (8) Th 9-11A $72/87

Our Supervised Play classes help to develop confidence in your newly acquired skills as you play bridge under the guidance of our “Answer Man” Al Glick in a supervised play environment. Sect. Date (# cl) 02 3/1-3/22 (4 )

Day Time PTC M/NM Th 9:00-11:00A $36/51

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Location: PTC (Mondays) Age: 50+ Instructor: Barry Bradford Min/Max: 10/75 Day/Time: Mondays, 12:30P Fee: $5/PTC Member; $8 PTC NonMember

Dog Obedience - #213101 This program provides you with techniques and strategies to train your dog with firmness, love and understanding. Get help with problems facing dog owners such as nipping, chewing, jumping, and housebreaking. All dogs must have health certificates, protective medication/shots, and must be free of communicable diseases. Aggressive dogs are not allowed. Owners must clean up after their pet inside and outside the premises. A well-trained animal makes owning a pet so much more enjoyable! Location: JPCC Ages: 18+ Day: Thursday Instructor: Jane Coen Min/Max: 6/18 Sect./Age 01 (Puppy) 02 (Beg.) 03 (Int.)

Date (# cl) 1/19-3/8 (8) 1/19-3/8 (8) 1/19-3/8 (8)

Time 6:30-7:30P 7:30-8:30P 8:30-9:30P

Res/NR $90/133 $90/133 $90/133

Foreign Pioneering Women Filmmakers - #213116 Join writer, filmmaker and academic Reid Schultz as he analyzes some of the greatest female film voices of the past 45 years—women from foreign countries who paved the way for today’s modern, international female writers and directors. This is a follow-up to last year’s session on American Pioneering Women Filmmakers. Many of these women have bravely worked under strict guidelines and censorship as well as patriarchal societies that don’t encourage female voices in the arts. Others have used film to explore their own national histories and personal stories about war, disease, prejudices, gender inequalities, and social expectations. While some use film as a tool of experimentation and artistry creating challenging avant-garde and surreal ideas and images, others create provocative cinema to explore taboo subjects and start discussion about love, relationships, sexuality and family. We will discuss the first two women to be nominated for Academy Awards as Best Director: Italy’s Lina Wertmuller and New Zealand’s Jane Campion. The 6 feature films to be screened are: “Seven Beauties “(Lina Wertmuller, Italy 1975), “Daisies” (Vera Chytilova, Czechoslovakia - 1966), “The Piano” (Jane Campion, New Zealand - 1993), “Fire” (Deepa Mehta, India - 1996), “Fat Girl” (Catherine Breillat, France – 2001), and “The Milk of Sorrow” (Claudia Llosa, Peru – 2009) Each class session will contain a lecture on a specific topic and then a viewing of the fulllength film, along with the screening of some film clips. Afterwards Reid will lead a discussion on the film for further analysis and explanation. These films contain some provocative subject matter and are intended for audiences who are not overly sensitive to adult themes and content. No refunds will be given after January 23rd. Enrollment is limited, so please sign up early to secure your spot in the class. Location: PTC Instructor: Reid Schultz Sect. Date (#) 01 1/31-3/6 (6)

Ages: 18+ Min/Max: 8/16

Day Time Fee Tu 6:00-9:30P $215/person

Duplicate Bridge Games Weekly games held at the PTC are for the serious player and are sanctioned by the ACBL (American Contract Bridge League). For Ages: 18+ Fees: $9/session/PTC member; $10/session/PTC Nonmember Wednesday: 10:30A Elaine Morrison, Director Thursday: 7:00P Elaine Morrison, Director

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Volunteer Opportunities… available for enthusiastic, dependable, fun-loving, individuals who enjoy working with others. Call today to see about becoming a volunteer at Halloween Hoopla or other Special Events. Call 847-945-0650 or email info@deerfieldparks.org

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Adults -18 yrs. & up

Introduction to Microsoft Windows 7 - #213204 Have you recently purchased or received a new computer with Windows 7? Have you made the switch from the old Windows XP or Windows Vista? This class will introduce you to the new functions of Windows 7 as you learn how to maximize the use of your mouse and keyboard.

Skills, Hobbies & Variety

Sect. 01

Date (#) 1/12-1/26 (3)

Day Th

Introduction to the iPhone - #213113 This hands-on class will cover: backing up your iPhone to your computer, sending/receiving text messages, using eMail including voice dictation, copying and pasting, and how to use the App Store to download free applications. Sect. Date (#) Day 01 2/7-2/14 (2) Tu

Time 7:00-9:00P

Fee $65

Time Fee 7:00-9:00P $95

Protecting Your Computer - #213115 Windows 7 File Management - #213210 Managing your files has become easier using Windows 7. In this class, you will learn to navigate the Windows 7 environment to create folders and subfolders, find misplaced files using the “search” interface, and copy/move or delete folders, sub folders, or files. You will also learn how to “burn” CDs.

Computers & Technology Location: PTC Age: 18+ Instructor: Comp. Trng. & Support Services Min/Max: 3/6 Computer class cancellations must be received at least four weekdays prior to class start date.

Introduction to the iPad - #213111 This hands-on class will cover: backing up your iPad to your computer, sending/receiving eMail, copying & pasting, and how to use the App Store to download free applications. For iPad 2 users, we will discuss using the front & back cameras. Sect. Date (#) 01 1/10-1/17 (2)

Day Time Tu 7:00-9:00P

Fee $65

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Date (#) 2/2-2/9 (2)

Day Th

Time 7:00-9:00P

Fee $65

Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 - #213124 Learn to create and maintain spreadsheets—a tool for storing, manipulating, and communicating numbers. Spreadsheets are used to bring order to a wide array of financial calculations. This course will provide a comprehensive overview of Microsoft Excel 2010, in a Windows environment, and will familiarize you with the new Ribbon Bars navigation system that replaces the conventional pull-down menus of previous versions. Sect. Date (#) Day 01 2/8-2/29 (4) W

Time 7:00-9:00P

Fee $125

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010 - #213123 This course provides a comprehensive overview of Microsoft Word in the Windows environment. Students will learn to use the new navigation Microsoft Word 2010 offers with the Ribbon Bars that replace the conventional pulldown menus in previous versions. Students will become familiarized with Word’s basic features as they learn how to create, modify, and save a number of hands-on word processing exercises while learning basic text formatting procedures: selecting text, bolding, italicizing, underlining, setting tabs, indenting, setting margins, etc. Sect. Date (#) 01 1/11-2/1 (4)

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How safe is your computer? What is a virus? What can it do to your computer? What is Malware? Adware? Spyware? Trojans? How can you avoid them? How can you avoid Spam? If you own a computer or laptop and use the Internet, you need to be protected at all times. Every day, the number of computers becoming infected increases and the perpetrators continue to find more sophisticated ways to outsmart us. Learn the best ways to protect your computer from potential problems that could plague your computer making it very slow and often unusable! Sect. Date (#) 01 3/6 (1)

Day Tu

Time 7:00-9:00P

Fee $36

Introduction to the Internet & eMail - #213112 Learn the fundamentals of eMail: composing, sending, replying to and forwarding messages. Learn how to manage your eMail address book and how to send/retrieve eMail attachments. Internet fundamentals will include: navigating the internet, using Google, and shopping safely online. Sect. Date (#) 01 3/7-3/28 (4)

Day W

Time 7:00-9:00P

Fee $125

Introduction to Facebook - #213114 Become a member of the world’s largest social network! Facebook gives you access to acquaintances from grammar school/middle school/ high school/college, distant relatives or just old friends with whom you shared past special moments. Facebook allows you to reconnect with them in the new cyberspace! Sect. Date (#) Day 01 3/8-3/15 (2) Th

Time 7:00-9:00P

Fee $65

Register Online at: www.deerfieldparks.org

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Adult Enrichment at PTC (Adults 50+) –a Deerfield Park District program in partnership with the Village of Deerfield, 375 Elm, Deerfield, IL 60015 847-940-4010 • 847-317-2564 (fax) • email: info@PattyTurnerCenter.org • website: www.PattyTurnerCenter.org

The Patty Turner Center, located at 375 Elm Street, is a beautifully designed, spacious facility offering activities, events and services geared to adults 50 years and older.

Yearly “Member” Dues: $30 - Deerfield Park District Resident $45 - Deerfield Park Dist. Nonresident

Keeping in touch & involved The PTC Bulletin –mailed to members four times a year, the PTC Membership Form, and the PTC Program Registration Form may be downloaded from our website: www.pattyturnercenter.org. With these tools, you can access the wide array of exciting programs, activities and services available year round at the Center and determine which ones require pre-registration.

• AARP’s Driver Safety • Art Wall • Arthromassage Therapy • Billiards League • Bocce League • Book Reviews & Groups • Bowling League • Bridge –Social, Classes, & Duplicate • Canasta • Caregiver Support Group (ACES) • Computer Classes • Cooking Classes • Dance Classes • Day Trips • Educational Programs • Extended Tours • Feldenkrais • Fifty+ Fitness • Film Courses • Golf Leagues • Great Decisions • Health Screenings • Hummers & Strummers Ukulele Band • Knitting • Lending Closet • Mah Jongg Winter/Day Camp 2012

• Men’s Club • Movies • Notary Public • Parties • Pilates • Ping Pong • Podiatry Services • Poker • Quilting • Senior Car Program • SHIP • Sixty Minutes Series • Social Services • Spanish Classes • Super Seniors • Tai Chi Yang • Tone & Firm • WiFi • Women’s Programs • Yoga • Zumba Gold

Walk-in Activities for Members Call 847-940-4010 or check our website PTC calendar for specific times of these free activities that do not require pre-registration. Mah Jongg • Poker • Sit ‘n’ Knit Ping Pong • Billiards • Social Bridge

PTC Day Trips Pleasure-packed, hassle-free day excursions with no driving or parking worries are offered through the Patty Turner Center. We secure the best seats available for all our destinations. Reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. PTC members have priority. Non-members may register two weeks after the PTC Bulletin is mailed. Full payment is due at the time of registration. Please contact the PTC or check our website for complete, up-to-date information about the following excursions.

March 22: “Gypsy” (Lunch included) Drury Lane Oakbrook Winner of three Tony Awards, Gypsy is considered by many critics to be the greatest American musical ever written. Gypsy is based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee, a famous burlesque stripper. This show tells the story of Rose, an overbearing stage mother who is determined to break into the big time by pushing a vaudeville career onto her two daughters.

April 11: “Ten Chimneys” (Lunch included) Northlight Theatre For decades, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne entertained the most influential artists of their time –from Noel Coward to Sydney Greenstreet– at Ten Chimneys, their legendary Wisconsin retreat. In this new play, a spirited onstage rehearsal sparks an offstage romantic triangle. The result is a comically sweet, sad, funny, and revealing look at the private lives of these very public figures.

May 24: “The Iceman Cometh” Goodman Theater In The Iceman Cometh, Harry Hope’s saloon is home to a ragtag band of drunks and dreamers who celebrate the arrival of Hickey, the charismatic traveling salesman whose raucous presence always ensures a grand good time. But when a newly sober Hickey blows in with a renewed outlook on life, his zealous attempts to fix the lives of his old friends leads to a series of events that are at once devastatingly comic and heartbreaking—and a revelation that threatens to shatter the tenuous illusions that fuel their lives. In this sure to be a “hot ticket” production directed by Robert Falls—the artistic director of the theater, NATHAN LANE will play Hickey—one of the stage’s great dramatic characters—and BRIAN DENNEHY—a long-time, renown O’Neill actor—will play the one-time anarchist Larry Slade.

2012 PTC Extended Tours The following tours are presented by the Patty Turner Center and American Classic Tours, Inc. Individual flyers describing trip highlights, costs and registration procedures are available at PTC. Phoenix & Tucson, Arizona (Special Feature: Cubs Spring Training) –March (8 days) Springtime in Asheville & the Biltmore Estate Flowerfest –April (6 days) Mini-Mystery Tour –July (3 days) Autumn Splendor along Lake Superior’s North Shore –September (6 days) Door County: Cape Cod of the Midwest –October (3 days) Canada Français: Quebec and Montreal –October (7 days) Fabulous Las Vegas Holiday –December (5 days)

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Adult Enrichment at Patty Turner Center Looking Ahead to PTC Specials

Affiliate Use of the PTC

November 10 PTC Women’s Fall Luncheon (Barbara Rinella) 10-11 AARP’s Driver Safety Course 12 “Unveiled” 16 Decorate with Flowers

Deerfield Community Band The Deerfield Community Concert Band performs a wide variety of music including show tunes and patriotic classics. Under the direction of Jeff Jay, its members have either high school or college band experience and practice on Tuesday evenings at various locations in the community. The band performs six to eight concerts each year including the Deerfield Family Days Celebration. For more information, check out their website at http://home.comcast. net/~deerfield-community-band/site/.

December 6 Holiday Tidbits 8 PTC’s Winter Party 13 PTC Women’s Holiday Celebration February 5 Love Out Loud II 14 Dessert with “Oscar”

The Big Band Sound of Deerfield The Big Band Sound of Deerfield, sponsored by the Deerfield Park District since 1980, plays swing music of the 1930s and 1940s. The band leader is Bob Gand. Any adult with swing band experience is welcome. Rehearsals are held on Thursday evenings in the band room of Deerfield High School or at the Patty Turner Center.

March 22 “Gypsy” at Drury Lane/Oakbrook

Senior Car Program Drop off/pick-up service by reservation (847-940-4010) for older adult residents of Deerfield, Lincolnshire, Bannockburn and Riverwoods.

DAYS OF OPERATION: Monday through Friday, 9 am - 4 pm. COST: $3 one-way ride (within our general service area) $6one way ride (outside our general service area) GENERAL SERVICE AREA: North to Route 22; South to the Eden’s Spur East to Green Bay Road (includes HP Hospital) West to Milwaukee Avenue (includes the HP Fitness Center)

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Even when it’s cold outside, Patty Turner Center offers a warm, comfortable atmosphere. Amenities of the facility range from ping pong and pool tables to movies shown on big screens to a grand piano.

Rental Opportunity Located in Brickyards Park, the PTC is adjacent to walking/bicycle paths and scenic landscaped areas. This award-winning, prairie-styled, light and airy Center features areas to gather, mingle, learn, and relax. The welcoming Front Lobby features a fireplace, 2 full-sized pool tables, comfy furniture and bar-height tables and chairs. The Library, with computer access, is an ideal spot for small group meetings with wonderful views of the adjacent Brickyards Park. These vistas are also part of the charm of the Atrium in the center of the building which features a baby grand piano, indoor garden, two-sided fireplace and plenty of comfortable seating. It has easy access to a patio with tables and umbrellas perfect for outdoor barbecues or just a leisurely lunch! The expansive Members Room is ideal for large parties with a wood dance floor, A/V capabilities (sound system, assisted hearing loop, PC connection, large screen, ceiling projector and two small TVs), and a portable stage for entertainment or theatrical productions. This room can be sub-divided into two areas: one carpeted and one wood-floored suitable for a variety of uses –classes and small group activities. An adjacent full-service catering Kitchen features a mirrored teaching/demonstration area. The smaller, hardwood-floored Multi-purpose Room can be used for exercise classes, small group meetings/activities and can be subdivided into smaller units. This modern, multi-use facility lends itself wonderfully to elegant, sophisticated adult functions and formal meetings, as well as casual get-togethers. Customized rental packages are available. Please contact 847-940-4010 to inquire about facility availability or to book you next event or activity.

Attend a live theater performance by the cast of Theater D at the Patty Turner Center in winter.

Growing Together Inter-Generational program Children today are often cut off from grandparents and other older adults in their families. They benefit greatly from forming trusting relationships with patient, older adults who have diverse abilities, talents and interests. Through these interactions children begin to understand that aging is a natural part of the life cycle. Deerfield Park District likes to use the many resources that exist in our community. We hope to form a partnership between older adults and our Preschool students during the school year. We hope you will participate in this program which involves volunteering 2-2.5 hours, once a week –morning or afternoon– spending time with a small group of children and their teacher. We need YOU to make the program a success. For details, call Ginny Wiemerslage at 847572-2624 or email:ginnyw@deerfieldparks.org.

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DEERFIELD PARK DISTRICT REGISTRATION FORM

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need any accommodations to participate in an activity, please check this box.

Telephone Number: 847-945-0650 – FAX Number: 847-317-2566 (If you FAX this form, please do not duplicate it by mail)

See Proof of Residency Requirements for details Participant’s Last Name______________________________________ Parent’s Full Name _______________________________________ Address___________________________________________ City_______________________________ Zip (required)____________ Phone: Home ( )________________________ Work ( )________________________ Cell ( ) __________________________ Emergency Contact Name ________________________________ Emergency Phone ___________________________________________ Email: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CHOICE

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Deerfield Park Foundation Scholarship Fund Donation

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[Donations are voluntary and tax deductible under the laws of the Internal Revenue Service. (Call 847-572-2611 if you do not want to be recognized in print).] Re: photo permission: Please see page 4 for details. If permission is not granted for photos to be taken of you/your child, please call 847-945-0650. GENERAL WAIVER & RELEASE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION The Deerfield Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Deerfield Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents/guardians of minors registering for this program/activity must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way, or recently suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.

WARNING OF RISK Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity/program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to acts of God, inclement weather, slipping, falling, equipment failure, in supervision, premises defects and all other circumstances inherent to recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Deerfield Park District to guarantee absolute safety. WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in this program/activity, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity (including transportation services, when provided). I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in this program/activity, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. In the event of an emergency, I authorize District officials to secure from any licensed hospital physician, and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for me or my minor child’s immediate care. Participants and parents/guardians of minor participants are solely responsible for any and all expenses associated with emergency medical treatment, including but not limited to, transportation services to the nearest available medical facility/provider or to an alternative medical facility/provider requested by the participant or parent/guardian. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in this program/activity against the Deerfield Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers, and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Deerfield Park District”). I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Deerfield Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages or loss that my minor child/ ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward, arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with this program/activity. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering a minor participant, I further attest that I have read the above to my minor child/ward. PARTICIPANT SIGNATURE_________________________________________________________________ DATE__________________________ (18 years or older or Parent/Guardian)

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Deerfield Park Foundation –supporting Deerfield Park District programs & services Main areas of Support

Ways to lend support

Thanks to the consistent support and generosity of hundreds of individuals, businesses, corporations and other organizations the following accomplishments were among many that have taken place in recent years.

Eat at Panera Bread, Deerfield, Riverwoods or Bannockburn on Wednesday, November 16 + bring in a DPF flyer/coupon

Grants-in-Aid (scholarships) For many years, the Foundation has raised and donated $15,000 annually to help individuals of all ages in serious financial need to participate in Deerfield Park District programs.

Environmental & Life-Safety Efforts The Foundation has helped with a myriad of environmental efforts, including fundraising for and provision of recycling containers for park and park/school locations; management of the Tree Donation program, Earth Day events, contributions to projects such as a park gazebo, and the new engraved pavers for the “eco-friendly” Woodland Park project. Special thanks to Astellas Pharma US, Inc. and to the Shepard Middle School PTO who have donated six and one recycling containers respectively. Additionally, beginning in 2011, the Foundation began a new fundraising effort, to help the park district with funding for upgrades to the ThorGuard Lightning Prediction System. To order a recycling container for your business, school, or community service organization, fill out and return the designated section of the form on page 65.

Since 1983, our Park Foundation, with the support of many others, has worked hard to improve and beautify the parks and facilities of Deerfield Park District. The Foundation strives to provide assistance for residents in serious financial need and to support the programs, facilities, parks and services of the Park District, by soliciting tax-deductible contributions from individuals, corporations, businesses and other organizations. Nonprofit, Tax-Exempt Status The Deerfield Park Foundation is a state and national 501(c)3 nongovernmental nonprofit corporation, recognized by the US Dept. of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service as a tax exempt public foundation operated for the benefit of the Deerfield community.

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“Be A Dear” of the Park Foundation or Donate funds toward Grants-in-Aid (Scholarships) on Registration Forms Contact us about In-Kind Donations Buy tickets for the Helicopter Ball Drop Golf or be a Sponsor at the Park & Education Golf Outing or Moonlight Golf Participate in Employee/Company Matching Donations programs Enter into a Program-, Event-, or Facility Sponsorship or Partnership Try Recognition-Based Giving: (purchase engraved pavers, bones or benches) Make a Financial Contributions Volunteer at Events

Foundation Projects • July 4th Free Swim Sponsor at two pools

Board of Directors

• Community Services Day Entertainment Sponsor annually in September

Vicki Street, Chair Dan Appelbaum, Vice-Chair Marilyn Ebner, Treasurer John P. Coughenour, Secretary

• Financial support for: Grants-in-Aid (scholarships) program; Deerfield’s “most accessible” playground at Deerspring Park; ThorGuard Lightning Prediction System; Mitchell Kiddie Pool; Gazebo at Maplewood Park; Statues: Flag and Eagle statue to honor Veterans and “Circle of Friends” statue;

Directors: Jim Golding Chris Goodsnyder Frank G. Karkazis Candy LoGiurato John Mann Ed Seidman Bill Smirles

• DPF News–newsletter recognizes supporters

Manager Darla Kuhs

Major Annual Fund-raising Events

Featured Sponsors/Par tners: Recent Title and/or Multi-Venue Sponsors/Partners

• Moonlight Golf for Adults 21+(in September at Deerfield Golf Club) offers glow-in-the-dark golf, dinner, contests, prizes and more

Through financial donations; proceeds from sales of engraved pavers and other recognition-based giving items; and contributions to fundraising golf outings, helicopter ball drops and other activities; $75,000 was raised and contributed towards the accessible playground at Deerspring Park.

Donate funds towards Grants-in-Aid (scholarships) and/or Thor Guard Lightning Prediction System

• Park & Education Golf Outing runs in June as a fund-raiser in cooperation with the Deerfield District 109 Education Foundation • Helicopter Ball Drop offers a chance to buy a numbered ball that is dropped from a helicopter during Community Services Day –for fun & prizes

Cookers, Deerfield

Fields Auto Group

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Nicholas & Associates

Northside Community Bank

Panera Bread

Sam’s Club, Wheeling

Tom & Eddies

Whitehall of Deerfield

Whole Foods, Deerfield

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DEERFIELD PARK FOUNDATION “THANK YOU” PAGE “DEARS” of the Park Foundation toward GRANTS-IN-AID (scholarships) for those in serious financial need to participate in programs:

GOLD: Anonymous; Optimist Club of Deerfield; Harold Joseph Plack; Whitehall of Deerfield

SILVER: Gil & Linda Antokal; Dan & Michele Appelbaum; Jan & Mike Caron; Joseph & Renee Cohen; Goodsnyder Family; Linda Gryziecki; Rick & Susie Julison; Frank & Wendee Karkazis; Garry Katz; Greg & Jill Lapin; Dave Olson, W.B. Olson; Debbie & Rick Patinkin; Ed & Judie Seidman; Cheri & Bill Smirles; John & Jan Zobus

PARTNER: Abbott Lab.; American Legion Post; Bob & Marianne Franz; Gary & Tamara Katz; Kent Street

FRIEND: Greg & Darla Kuhs

PATRON: John P. Coughenour; Marilyn Ebner; Marla Peckler

DEER: Vicki Street; Candy LoGiurato; Donation in memory of Phil Elbling GRANTS-IN-AID (scholarship) DONORS from registration forms Linda Anderson, LoriLee Bielski, Eve Biller, Robin Bregman, Veronique Brice, Lauren Brown, Leslee Cohen, Kimberly Fowler, Suzanne Friedland, Julie Friedman, Kelly Goldberg, Jill Goldstein, Dori Hinds, Michael Kogan, Steve Lewit, Holly Metzger, Hilary Meyers, Molly Michaels, Diany Morales, Emily Nagler, Marcie Offit, Kimberly Orlob, Laura Parise-Ochs, Maria Pomerantz, Rhonda Robbins, Laurie Rubin, Barbara Salk, Karin Shapiro, Julie Simon, Leah Ritter Sklare, Coleen Smith, Louanne Smolin, Judy Solway, Jackie Sussman, Elyse Weiss, Mariann Weiss, Sara Weissman, Maureen Wener, Feng Zhang. Helicopter Ball Drop Major Sponsor: Northside Community Bank ThorGuard Lightning Prediction System Thanks to Garry & Tammy Katz for their donation to this special project!

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General Donors: Abbott Employee Matching Donation program; American Legion Deerfield Post #738; Crossover for Cancer Fundraiser through DHS Students in 2011; Family and Friends of Allyn Franke; Family and Friends of Steve Nardini; Family & Friends of Des Nolan; Jim and Marion Golding, J&M Signs; Optimist Club of Deerfield. Media Partners: Deerfield Review / Pioneer Press; TribLocal What’s Happening –Deerfield Park & Education Golf Outing TITLE SPONSOR: NICHOLAS & ASSOCIATES MAJOR SPONSORS & TEAMS: AA Service Company; Cookers Red Hots, Deerfield; Evoy, Kamschulte, Jacobs & Co.; Fanning Howey; Getz Team; Franczek Radelet, P.C.; Hinshaw & Culbertson; Hodges Loizzi Eisenhammer Rodick & Kohn LLP; Italian Kitchen, Deerfield/John & Emerald Sciarretta; J&M Signs; Larson Equipment and Furniture Company; Mesirow Financial; Net 56; PMA Financial; Powerlink Electric; Team Reil, Inc.; Triangle Mechanical; W.B. Olson. HOLE, PRIZE & OTHER SPONSORS: Air Con Refrigeration & Heating, Inc.; Creative Promotion; T.A. Cummings Jr. Co.; Deerfield Shell; Ehlke Lonigro Architects; A.J. Gallegher; Olson Transportation; Wa-Pa-Ghettis. DONORS: Action Territory, BankFinancial, Bob Chinn’s Crabhouse, Buca di Beppo, Build-a-Bear Workshop, Butterfield’s Pancake House, Cantigney Park, Cernan Earth and Space Center, Chicago Sky, CiCi’s Pizza, CPX Paintball, Cuneo Mansion and Gardens, Deerfield Golf Club, Deerfield’s Bakery, Deerfield Tire, Deerpath Inn, Discovery Center Museum, Dogout, Egg Harbor Café, eSkape, Excess Intl., Go Bananas, Hollywood Park, Howl at the Moon, Il Forno Pizza, Kingston Mines, Lettuce Entertain You, Lowery McDonnell, Lynfred Winery, Marriott Theater, Medieval Times, Morton’s Steakhouse, Northside Community Bank, Pete the Painter, Pickwick Theater, Ravinia, Red Roof Inn, Mary Robinson/Coldwell Banker, Royal George Theater, Sam’s Club, The Bagel, The Claim Company, The Northbrook Symphony, The Waverton Hotel/Mayan Adventure Park, TopGolf, Vertical Endeavors, Whitehall of Deerfield & Park Districts: Addison, Arlington Hts., Channahon, Deerfield, DeKalb, Dundee Township, Grayslake, Lake Bluff, Schaumburg, River Trails and Winnetka.

Moonlight Golf Sponsors 2011: Dinner Sponsor: FIELD AUTO GROUP; Food Sponsors: WinterCafe/Jewell Contract Dining; Todd Cohen, Sysco; Contest Sponsor: Northside Community Bank; Sign Sponsor: Jim & Marion Golding, J&M Signs; Hay Wagon Sponsor: Bank Financial; Food Sponsors: Cookers; Sam’s Club, Wheeling;Upper Crust Bagels; Major Supply / Prize Sponsors: CenTrust Bank; Menoni & Mocogni; Marriott Residence Inn, Deerfield. Gift Certificate and merchandise donors: Action Territory, Adler Planetarium, Bachman Aero, Bob Chinn’s, Buca Di Beppo (Wheeling), Butterfield’s Pancake House (Naperville), Courtyard by Marriott (Deerfield), Crabhouse, Brookfield Zoo, Brunswick Zone (Deerfield/ Vernon Hills), Carson’s Ribs (Chicago), Cernan Earth and Space Center, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Chicago Wolves, Deer Path Inn, Deerfield Bakery, Deerfield Tire & Auto, Duxler Complete Auto Care, Discovery Center Museum (Rockford), Dogout, eSkape, Hollywood Park, Hooters, Il Forno Pizza & Pasta, Illinois Railway Museum, Johnny’s Tap & Kitchen, Kane County Cougars, Kingston Mines, Lou Malnati’s, Marcello’s, Lynfred Winery, Marriott Lincolnshire Theater, Mayan Water Park/ Waverton Hotel (Elmhurst), Medieval Times (Chicago), Metropolis Performing Arts, Morton’s Steakhouse (Northbrook), My Pi, Northbrook Symphony Orchestra, Pete the Painter, Richardson’s Adventure Farm, Rosati’s, Shedd Aquarium, Superdawg, Sybaris, The Bagel, Tyrol Basin, Victory Gardens Theater, Whole Foods, Zanies. Park Districts: Addison, Arlington Heights, Deerfield, DeKalb, Dundee Township, Glenview, Highland Park, Northbrook, Round Lake, Wheaton, Wilmette, Winnetka, Wood Dale, and the City of Lake Forest

Eat at Panera Bread: Wed. Nov. 16 –Deerfield, Riverwoods, Bannockburn All 3 Local Panera Bread Stores are supporting the Deerfield Park Foundation, through a community giving event. The Foundation will distribute flyers to bring in to the Deerfield, Riverwoods or Bannockburn Panera Bread stores, on Wednesday, November 16 and a portion of the net sales of all those turning in their flyer will go to support the Park Foundation. We appreciate your help.

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Deerfield Park Foundation – Involvement/Donation form 2012 Please return to: Deerfield Park Foundation, 836 Jewett Park Drive, Deerfield, IL 60015 or, if paying by credit card, you may fax to: 847-945-0699. (Your contribution may be deductible under IRS regulations.) Name___________________________________________ Email______________________________________ Address/City/Zip__________________________________________________ Fax________________________ Phone: (h) __________________________ (w)_________________________ (c)_________________________ Business (name/phone/email if involved) __________________________________________________________

Please accept my donation to: “BE A DEAR” of the Park Foundation All "DEAR" contributions go toward "Grants-in-Aid" (scholarships) for individuals in serious financial need to participate in park district programs and services.

Please designate amount you are contributing: GOLD ($500-$1000+) $__________ FRIEND ($51-$75) $__________ SILVER ($100-$499) $__________ PATRON ($26-$50) $__________ PARTNER ($75-$99) $__________ DEER ($25 and below) $__________

Contribute to upgrading the THORGUARD LIGHTNING PREDICTION SYSTEM: Please enter amount of your contribution: $____________

Purchase an ENGRAVED 5" X 10" Paver* ($70 each) for WOODLAND PARK - new larger-size (space for more characters)

Purchase an ENGRAVED BRICK* ($50 per brick): for:

for _____# paver(s). Max. of 3 lines; 16 characters/spaces per line.

____Deerspring Pool ____Mitchell Pool for ____# brick(s). (Max. of 3 lines with 12 characters/spaces per line.) Engrave as follows:

Engrave as:

‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰ ‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰ ‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰ OR

Order an "Oversized" ENGRAVED 10" X 10" Porous Paver* ($135 each) –great for large families, businesses, thanking coaches, etc. for _____# "oversized" paver(s). Max. of 7 lines; 16 char./spaces per line. (Note: for 10"x10" pavers, please use reverse to list 7 lines/16 char./spaces for engraving)

‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰ ‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰ ‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰‰ Corporate 8"x8" pavers are also available, call 847- 945-0650 for details.

*Additional procedures and policies may apply and will be sent if needed.

Buy a RECYCLING CONTAINER* for a park or park/school location ($750 each) I would like to purchase ____# of Recycling Container(s) for ______________________ (location preference). *Additional procedures and policies may apply and will be sent if needed.

For flyer/forms for "Recognition-based giving" (engraved dog bones, trees, benches) or other Foundation projects: please contact us or list your interest area here and we will contact you or provide flyer/forms:____________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ OR, visit www.deerfieldparkfoundation.org to download; email: info@deerfieldparks.org; or call 847-945-0650. PAYMENT TYPE: ___CASH ___CHECK ___CREDIT CARD: Circle one: Visa MasterCard Discover CARD #_______________________________________ Expiration Date___________ TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED: $_________________ Date:_______________ Signature:__________________________________________________ Deerfield Park Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit entity. Contributions to the Foundation are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Registration & Related Information: please carefully review and follow all instructions Register ONLINE: SAVE paper; SAVE gas or postage; Lottery Registration Deadlines:

Will I know right away if I get in?

Winter: Friday, November 18, 2011, at 5 p.m. Summer Camp & Preschool 2012-2013: Friday, January 6, 2012 - 5 PM

Yes (except for lottery registration).

www.dfpd.org

This symbol indicates that NO Online Registration is available

Walk-in Reg./WEB reopens: Winter: Monday, December 5, 2011 Summer Camp & Preschool 2012-2013: Monday, January 23, 2012

Online registration works in real time, so, as soon as you complete the payment process your enrollment is confirmed. If a class is full, you may join the waitlist online, just like a normal registration. You may submit lottery enrollments online and you will be notified of your enrollment status after we complete the lottery process.

Proof of DEERFIELD RESIDENCY

REQUIRED, IF you have not done so in 2006 or since.

To receive “Resident” rates and priority in registration, you are required to show PROOF OF RESIDENCY when signing up for ANY Deerfield Park District program, if you have not done so in 2006 (or since). Online registration users who have set up an account do not need to show proof of residency again now.

Registration Steps 1. Print legibly in ink. 2. Read the registration form carefully and fill it out completely, including class names and code numbers.

Register Online You may register online for most activities. Web registration is quick and convenient. You can view real-time availability and save time!

FIRST-TIME ONLINE? Please follow the “Register Online” links at www.deerfieldparks.org to get started.

Who is eligible? Any household with a valid email address is eligible to register online. For Deerfield Park District residents to receive resident rates, proof of residence (see information at right) is required.

What programs are available? The majority of park district programs are available online, with a few exceptions. These are usually programs that require tryouts, prerequisites, or prior instructor approval.

3. Once a registration form is turned in, it cannot be changed. 4. Please let us know at the time of your registration of any medical condition that requires staff attention. 5. If you fax in your form, please do not send a duplicate by mail. 6. If you register by mail or drop off, you may register with one other person (a friend or family member). Please see next page for information on the Buddy System.

People who live within the boundaries of the Deerfield Park District always have first priority in our registration process. However, having a Deerfield address does not always mean that you are a resident of our Park District. Program brochures are sent to the 60015 zip code, but this can include areas that are not part of the Deerfield Park District. PROOF OF RESIDENCY includes both 1. A current residential utility bill (gas, electric, water - no phone bills accepted) with your name stating your mailing address and service address as being the same, and 2. A valid driver’s license or other photoidentification containing your current address.

7. Payment may be made by check or Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit cards. If paying by credit card, please make sure all information, including the account number, expiration date and cardholder’s signature are completed on the registration form.

PROOF OF RESIDENCY needs to be brought in to Jewett Park Community Center, Patty Turner Center, Sachs Recreation Center, or Deerfield Golf Club.

8. Do not use cash if you drop off your registration in the drop-off box.

We do this to ensure that the registration procedures remain fair and thank you for your compliance and assistance.

9. An adult participant, parent or guardian must sign the waiver on the bottom of the registration form. It is mutually understood that the fax registration document, including the waiver and release of all claims, shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as the original form.

Please visit our websites: deerfieldparks.org SachsRecCenter.org PattyTurnerCenter.org deerfieldgolf.org deerfieldparkfoundation.org

Register ONLINE: at www.deerfieldparks.org

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Registration & Related Information - continued Lottery Registration To give all our residents an equal opportunity to register for programs and to eliminate long lines during registration, we use a computerized random lottery system. To be included in the lottery, your registration form must be received at the park district by the deadline. For your convenience, you may fax, mail or drop off your form, or register online. Residents of the Deerfield Park District have priority when registering for classes and activities.

Program Confirmation Approx. two weeks after the lottery deadline, you will receive a letter in the mail letting you know what program or programs you are enrolled in. If you have been put on a waiting list for a class, that also will be noted in the letter.

Waiting Lists If you select only a first choice and if it’s full, you will be put on a waiting list. If you select a second choice, you will be placed in that second choice if there is an opening and you will be dropped from the waiting list for your first choice. If your second choice is full, you will be placed on a waiting list for your first choice. We will notify you of all class placements, cancellations, and/or changes.

Priority Registration In an effort to serve as many residents as we can, the Deerfield Park District uses a Priority Registration system.

How Priority Registration works: 1. If you are a resident and were placed on a waiting list for one session’s/season’s class and you do not get into that class, you may be given priority registration status for that same first choice Sect. of the same class in the next session / season. 2. If you sign up for another Sect. of the same class that meets on a different day or at a different time, you will not be eligible for priority registration. 3. In fairness to new registrants, we designate up to 50 percent of the enrollment for priority registrants, provided they have followed all the steps outlined in their priority information mailing. 4. Prior to the delivery of the next brochure, those with priority registration status for preceding session/season class will be sent a special priority information instruction sheet and a priority registration form. 5. All priority registration forms must be returned with payment to the park district by the mail-in registration deadline indicated. Note, this form is to be used ONLY for priority registration. Use the regular registration form to register for all other classes. 6. Priority registration applies only to residents who have submitted their registration forms by the lottery deadline and applies only to your first choice on the same day, same time. 7. Priority registration applies only to non- skill oriented and entry level classes. It does not include tennis, golf, gymnastics, athletic leagues, or performing arts classes.

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8. THERE ARE NO BUDDY REQUESTS WITH PRIORITY REGISTRATION.

Buddy System 1. You may register with one other person. Residents may ask only to buddy with other residents; non residents may ask to buddy only with other nonresidents. 2. All buddy requests must be made by mail or drop off. Buddy requests cannot be accepted by fax or online. 3. If you “buddy up,” both program requests must be identical (including second choices). 4. Be sure to staple your registration forms together and include a separate check or credit card information for each form. 5. The Buddy System applies only to programs, not to teams or groups.

Payment 1. Payment is due in full at time of registration unless otherwise indicated. 2. You may pay all fees with one check made out to Deerfield Park District or by credit card. Please tell us what it’s for and include your phone number. 3. DO NOT MAIL CASH! 4. All fax registrations must be paid by credit card. 5. Any payments received may be applied to payments owed.

Check Box on Registration _ You will notice check-off boxes on the Registration Form. Checking the box at the top indicates that participant needs accommodations (per ADA). Check boxes within the registration allow registrants to make a voluntary contribution to the Deerfield Park Foundation for our Grant-in-Aid (Scholarship) Fund. The fund is used toward Park District programs for people who are in serious financial need. The Board of Park Commissioners has a policy that no person will be denied access to recreation programs or facilities because of an inability to pay fees. Please know that the program is strictly confidential and is closely monitored by the Director of Leisure Services. We appreciate your support.

Improper Registration Those who register for Park District programs and improperly use a Deerfield address are removed from the class and no refund or transfer fee is provided. Nonresidents pay a higher fee per program. Nonresident fees are shown second in program descriptions. NOTE: Nonresidents are not eligible for resident fees even if their caretaker provider(s)/relative(s) reside in Deerfield.

Financial Assistance Residents experiencing difficulty paying program fees, should contact the park district offices.

Program Cancellation At some point, we have to determine if enrollment is sufficient to hold a class. If enough participants are not registered, classes may be cancelled. Those waiting until the last minute or for the first day of class may find it’s too late. Please register early!

Refunds for Recreation Programs A recreation program is defined as a program in which park district personnel teach activities or skills over a period of two or more class meetings. Sports leagues, camps, preschool, After School Club, trips, special events, season passes and one-day classes and workshops are considered special refund categories. 1

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Insurance

A refund may be obtained 2 business days prior to the first day of class/program. A 10 percent service charge ($5 minimum; $10 maximum) will be deducted from the amount paid for the program(s). Once a program or class begins, and prior to it ending, you may request a prorated refund based on the number of classes attended and the date the refund request is received. A 10 percent service charge ($5 minimum; $10 maximum) will be assessed. If a class is rescheduled, relocated, or changed by the park district, a total refund will be made if requested by the participant. Refunds will be offered if a class is cancelled or closed by the park district. If a participant is dropped from a program at the request and discretion of the district staff, a refund will be made, less prorated cost of classes held. In lieu of a refund, participants may transfer money to other currently offered activities. The amount to be transferred (refunded) will be prorated based on the number of classes that have already been held. All requests for refunds and/or transfers must be in writing and turned in to the Registration Office.

Deerfield Park District cannot assume responsibility for injuries or accidents occurring at programs, activities, parks and facilities within our jurisdiction. To do so would make our program and user fees prohibitive. Certain activities, facilities and equipment may, when used improperly, cause harm or personal injury. We make every effort to notify you of potentially dangerous situations and to provide rules for the proper use of equipment and facilities.

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You can avoid injury by following the rules, using good sense and being considerate of both park district property and others using it.

1. Pay for dance classes separately if you wish to register prior to the registration deadline date. 2. Mark “Dance Registration” on envelope

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Dance Registration You may register for Dance programs as soon as you receive this brochure.

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DEERFIELD PARK DISTRICT REGISTRATION FORM

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need any accommodations to participate in an activity, please check this box.

Telephone Number: 847-945-0650 – FAX Number: 847-317-2566 (If you FAX this form, please do not duplicate it by mail)

See Proof of Residency Requirements for details Participant’s Last Name______________________________________ Parent’s Full Name _______________________________________ Address___________________________________________ City_______________________________ Zip (required)____________ Phone: Home ( )________________________ Work ( )________________________ Cell ( ) __________________________ Emergency Contact Name ________________________________ Emergency Phone ___________________________________________ Email: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CHOICE Activity #

Sect.

Participant’s First Name

Grade

Birth Date Sex Program Name

Amt. Paid

1st choice 2nd choice 1st choice 2nd choice 1st choice 2nd choice

Deerfield Park Foundation Scholarship Fund Donation

$5

$10

$25

$ Other

TOTAL $____________

[Donations are voluntary and tax deductible under the laws of the Internal Revenue Service. (Call 847-572-2611 if you do not want to be recognized in print).] Re: photo permission: Please see page 4 for details. If permission is not granted for photos to be taken of you/your child, please call 847-945-0650. GENERAL WAIVER & RELEASE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION The Deerfield Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Deerfield Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents/guardians of minors registering for this program/activity must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way, or recently suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.

WARNING OF RISK Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity/program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to acts of God, inclement weather, slipping, falling, equipment failure, in supervision, premises defects and all other circumstances inherent to recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Deerfield Park District to guarantee absolute safety. WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in this program/activity, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity (including transportation services, when provided). I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in this program/activity, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. In the event of an emergency, I authorize District officials to secure from any licensed hospital physician, and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for me or my minor child’s immediate care. Participants and parents/guardians of minor participants are solely responsible for any and all expenses associated with emergency medical treatment, including but not limited to, transportation services to the nearest available medical facility/provider or to an alternative medical facility/provider requested by the participant or parent/guardian. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in this program/activity against the Deerfield Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers, and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Deerfield Park District”). I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Deerfield Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages or loss that my minor child/ ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward, arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with this program/activity. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering a minor participant, I further attest that I have read the above to my minor child/ward. PARTICIPANT SIGNATURE_________________________________________________________________ DATE__________________________ (18 years or older or Parent/Guardian)

Cash

Check*

Credit

____Mastercard _____Visa ____Discover

(please circle one)

_______________________________________________________ Card number

*Any check that is deposited and returned from the bank for any reason will incur an additional $40 handling charge.

Expiration Date__________________ Total Payment___________________ Signature__________________________________________

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DEERFIELD PARK DISTRICT REGISTRATION FORM

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need any accommodations to participate in an activity, please check this box.

Telephone Number: 847-945-0650 – FAX Number: 847-317-2566 (If you FAX this form, please do not duplicate it by mail)

See Proof of Residency Requirements for details Participant’s Last Name______________________________________ Parent’s Full Name _______________________________________ Address___________________________________________ City_______________________________ Zip (required)____________ Phone: Home ( )________________________ Work ( )________________________ Cell ( ) __________________________ Emergency Contact Name ________________________________ Emergency Phone ___________________________________________ Email: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CHOICE

Activity #

Sect.

Participant’s First Name

Grade

Birth Date Sex Program Name

Amt. Paid

1st choice 2nd choice 1st choice 2nd choice 1st choice 2nd choice

Deerfield Park Foundation Scholarship Fund Donation

$5

$10

$25

$ Other

TOTAL $____________

[Donations are voluntary and tax deductible under the laws of the Internal Revenue Service. (Call 847-572-2611 if you do not want to be recognized in print).] Re: photo permission: Please see page 4 for details. If permission is not granted for photos to be taken of you/your child, please call 847-945-0650. GENERAL WAIVER & RELEASE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION The Deerfield Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Deerfield Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents/guardians of minors registering for this program/activity must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way, or recently suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.

WARNING OF RISK Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity/program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to acts of God, inclement weather, slipping, falling, equipment failure, in supervision, premises defects and all other circumstances inherent to recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Deerfield Park District to guarantee absolute safety. WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in this program/activity, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity (including transportation services, when provided). I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in this program/activity, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. In the event of an emergency, I authorize District officials to secure from any licensed hospital physician, and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for me or my minor child’s immediate care. Participants and parents/guardians of minor participants are solely responsible for any and all expenses associated with emergency medical treatment, including but not limited to, transportation services to the nearest available medical facility/provider or to an alternative medical facility/provider requested by the participant or parent/guardian. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in this program/activity against the Deerfield Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers, and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Deerfield Park District”). I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Deerfield Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages or loss that my minor child/ ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward, arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with this program/activity. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering a minor participant, I further attest that I have read the above to my minor child/ward. PARTICIPANT SIGNATURE_________________________________________________________________ DATE__________________________ (18 years or older or Parent/Guardian)

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