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Community Center Locations

Registration Dates

836 Jewett Park Drive, Deerfield, IL 60015-3291

Resident Registration Web Opens 7am Monday, Nov 13 Walk-in Opens 9am Monday, Nov 13

Jewett Park Community Center (JPCC) Registration/Administration Office Hours:

Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm Saturday 9am – 12pm Sunday Closed Holiday Closures Thur – Sun November 23 – 26 Sat – Mon December 23 – 25 Sat – Mon December 30 – Jan 1 Phone 847-945-0650 Fax 847-945-0699 Recorded Info. & Weather Hotline 847-317-2555 Email info@DeerfieldParks.org Website www.DeerfieldParks.org

Deerfield Golf Club & Learning Center (DGCLC) 1201 Saunders Road, Riverwoods, IL 60015

Phone Fax Website

847-945-8333 847-945-1483 www.DeerfieldGolf.org

Patty Turner Center (PTC) 375 Elm Street, Deerfield, IL 60015 Adult Enrichment, 50+

Phone 847-940-4010 Website www.PattyTurnerCenter.org

Sachs Recreation Center (SRC) 455 Lake Cook Road, Deerfield, IL 60015 Sachs Recreation Center Hours: Monday – Friday 5am – 9pm

Saturday & Sunday 7am – 5pm Please check page 58 for holiday closures.

Phone Fax Website

847-572-2600 847-572-2699 www.SachsRecCenter.org

Winter 2018 Class Registration

Non-Resident Registration Web Opens 7am Monday, Nov 27 Walk-in Opens 9am Monday, Nov 27

summer day Camp 2018 Registration Lottery Deadline 5pm Friday, Jan 5 Web Opens 7am Monday, Jan 15 Walk-in Opens 9am Monday, Jan 15

Preschool 2018 - 2019 Registration Lottery Deadline 5pm Friday, Jan 5 NOTE: Online registration is NOT available for Preschool Walk-in Opens 9am Monday, Jan 15

Other Program Locations Caruso Middle School

1801 Montgomery Dr., Deerfield

Deerspring Park

200 Deerfield Rd., Deerfield

Kipling Elementary School

Deerfield Rd. & Kipling Pl., Deerfield

Mitchell Park

Hazel Ave. & Wilmot Rd., Deerfield

Shepard Middle School 440 Grove Place, Deerfield

South Park Elementary School 1421 Hackberry Rd., Deerfield

Walden Elementary School

Essex Ct. & Warrington Rd., Deerfield

Wilmot Elementary School

Wilmot Rd. & Deerfield Rd., Deerfield


District Staff

Phone: 847-945-0650 Fax: 847-945-0699

Park District Policies, Procedures Jeff Nehila, Executive Director, CPRE Recreation Linda Anderson, Director Parks Jay Zahn, Director Finance Bob Taylor, Director, CPRP Revenue Facilities Tony Korzyniewski, Director, CPRP Registration, General Information Audrey Melchiorre Park Permits, Deerfield Family Theater Mark Woolums Communications and Park Foundation Sherry Prause Outdoor Pools/Lessons Adam Wohl, CPRP

Jewett Park Community Center (JPCC)

847-945-0650

Facility Manager, Rentals Mark Woolums Birthday Parties Birthday Party Phone Line Early Childhood, Preschool Ginny Wiemerslage Preschool Lynn Braun/ Cindy Wolf Tricia Conroy Youth/Teens, After School Club (not Athletics) Adam Wohl, CPRP

Patty Turner Center (PTC) Facility Manager Program Coordinator

Sachs Recreation Center (SRC) Fitness Manager Customer Service & Membership Manager Evening & Weekend Manager Wellness Services Coordinator Athletics/Sports Swimming Lessons (SRC Indoor Pool) Coho Swim Club

Deerfield Golf Club  & Learning Center (DGCLC) Golf Operations Manager Course Superintendent Assistant Golf Operations Manager Learning Center Manager FORE Restaurant and Bar



847-572-2612 847-572-2615 847-572-2670 847-572-2613 847-572-2660 847-945-0650 847-572-2623 847-572-2611 847-572-2621

847-572-2623 847-572-2628 847-572-2624 847-572-2635 847-572-2634 847-572-2621

847-940-4010 David Shamrock 847-572-2652 Kailey Schwartzhoff 847-572-2653

847-572-2600 Tim Johnson Dolores Daley Chris Moilanen Jennie Michalik Jim Gariti Jeff Napolski Nancy Reese Jacob Weber Jeff Napolski

847-572-2661 847-572-2665 847-572-2662 847-572-2668 847-572-2627 847-572-2626 847-572-2622 847-572-2625 847-572-2626

847-945-8333 Jason Mannina Mike Bavier Kris Oldeen Trena McDaniel

847-572-2682 847-317-2560 847-572-2681 847-572-2685 847-572-2684

Phone Numbers Emergency Closing The Deerfield Park District endeavors to keep its facilities and programs operating whenever possible. There may be times; however, when weather, road conditions or facility malfunctions dictate that programs and/or services must be canceled or temporarily postponed or entire facilities closed. In such cases, Deerfield Park District reserves the right to close a particular facility or cancel a program based on the following criteria:

• Whenever an unscheduled closing or cancellation occurs, the park district will make every effort to communicate to patrons via the park district Weather Hotline (847-317-2555), the website www.deerfieldparks.org, and the metropolitan Chicago Emergency Closing Center website www.emergencyclosing.com. • Local School Closings: Whenever School District 109 cancels school due to snow related weather conditions, all Deerfield Park District Preschool classes and all programs held at school sites will also be canceled. Closing other park district facilities or canceling classes will be made on a case by case basis. Park district facilities themselves will remain open for nonscheduled activities (e.g. fitness center use, registration, etc.) unless specifically directed to close due to weather conditions. • Facility Specific Conditions: In the event that conditions prompting closing arise at a specific facility (e.g. high winds, power outages, equipment malfunctions, flooding), classes may be canceled or the facility temporarily closed until the condition has been resolved. • The following are contact numbers regarding the cancellation of programs due to poor or unsafe weather conditions:

Preschool 847-572-2635 PTC/Senior Programs 847-940-4010 SRC/Fitness Classes 847-572-2600 JPCC/General Information 847-945-0650 Sports Weather Information Line 847-317-2555 DGCLC 847-945-8333

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Table of Contents Winter 2018

School’s out!

Park District Phone Numbers.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Board of Commissioners Letter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Ice Rinks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Park District Facilities & Rentals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Park Rentals & Permits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Indoor Treehouse Play Area. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Birthday Parties

10-12 Magic and Balloons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Balloon Animal Party with Gary Kantor.. . . . . . . 11 Magic Party with Gary Kantor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Treehouse Party Package. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Rhythmic Gymnastics Party. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Yoga Bash Birthday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Dance Birthday Parties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Games & Sports Birthday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Golf Birthday Party.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 “Art Attack” Birthday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Theater Birthday Parties with Sarah Hall Theatre Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Beauty Day Party. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Mad Science Birthday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Ceramics Party with Richard Cohen.. . . . . . . . . . 12 Indoor Swimming Party.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Special Events

13-15 Winter Band Concert.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 PTC Members Winter Party . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Escape to Margaritaville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Fireman’s Five Alarm Chili Bowl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Daddy & Daughter Dance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Kids Only Flea Market. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Mom & Son Sport Night. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

16-19 The Field Museum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Bowling and Orbit Roller Rink.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Bowlero .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Shedd Aquarium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Timber Ridge Water Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Safari Land . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Jump America. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Gameworks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Enchanted Castle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Discovery World in Milwaukee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 TAKE 2! Winter Theater Camp with Sarah Hall Theatre Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Ceramic Winter Break Workshops. . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Holiday Sports Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Take the Stage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Audition Techniques Workshop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Dupage Children’s Museum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Improv 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Improv 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Wilmot Mountain Snow Tubing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Dave and Busters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 360 Chicago Tilt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Musical Theater Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Scene Study/Monologue Workshop. . . . . . . . . . . 19

After School Club

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Preschool

21-22 Lunch Bunch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Preschool Enrichment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Extend the Day Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Early Childhood

23-29 Clay with Parents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Start with Art.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 First Experience.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 First Experience Plus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Parent & Tot Drop-in. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Adult & Tot Sports

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21-25 Adult & Tot T-Ball Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Adult & Tot Olympics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Adult & Tot Gym & Fitness Stars. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Adult & Tot Tumbling & Movement. . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Adult & Tot Mini Kickers N’ T-Ballers. . . . . . . . . . 24 Adult Tot Soccer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Adult & Tots Sports Stop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Early Childhood

25-27 Reading Rookies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Tool Time & More with Lunch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Rookies Sportsters with Lunch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Kindermusik® Foundations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Kindermusik® Level 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Kindermusik® Level 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Sticky Fingers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Playing with Food. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Let’s do Lunch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Winter Adventures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Media Mania. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Art Reunion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Art for 3’s and 4’s with Lunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Early Childhood - Sports

28-29 Tumbling Games.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Preschool Rhythmic Gymnastics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Little Dribblers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Mini Soccer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Tiny Tykes Golf. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 T-Ball Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 T-Ball Skills & Games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Pee Wee Floor Hockey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Track, Field & Fitness Stars.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Little Gymsters.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Little Kickers Skills & Games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Pee Wee Tumbling & Movement.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Mini Multi-Sport Mania. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Start Smart Golf Level 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Sarah Hall Theatre Company

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Dance

31 31 31 31

Little Footlighters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mini Footlighters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Broadway Bound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Performers Troupe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spotlighters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pre- Ballet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth Ballet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intermediate/Advanced Ballet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Registration Form.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Martial Arts

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Youth & Teen Art / Culture

34 34 34 34 34 35 35 35 35 35 35

Taekwondo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Little Dragons - Age: 4 – 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Early - Age: 6 - 7.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth - Age: 8-13.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parent/Child - Age: 7+ with parent. . . . . . . . . . . . Teens and Adults - Age: 14+.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karate with Parent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Self-Defense Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth Ceramics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth Pottery Wheel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Art Lessons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Holiday Workshop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Piano Lessons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Voice Lessons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Magic Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sticky Fingers Cooking .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chess Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Babysitting Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Table of Contents Youth & Teen Sports

36-39 Indoor Family Archery Clinic.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Teen Yoga.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Archery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Beginning Rhythmic Gymnastics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Advanced Rhythmic Gymnastics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Baseball & Softball Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Pegasus FC Futsal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Beginner Junior Tumbling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Jr. Floor Hockey Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Lacrosse Clinic.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Hitting & Pitcher/Catcher Techniques.. . . . . . . . 37 Pegasus FC Soccer Skills.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Jr. Jammers & Ballers Clinic.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Junior Paddle Tennis.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Winter Junior Tee Level.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Middle School Cycle/Jungle Gym. . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Jungle Gym 101. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Start Smart Golf Level 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Youth Volleyball. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Yoga for Athletes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 After School Busing to Jewett Park Community Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Affiliate Organizations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-41

Camps - Registration Info

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Summer Camps

43-52 So Big Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Sun ‘N’ Fun. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Learn to Swim Sun & Fun Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Little Scampers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 #1 Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Pathfinders Camp.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Trailblazers Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Explorers Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Art Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Stage and Screen Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Counselors-in-Training (C.I.T.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Rookies Sports Camp.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Girls’ Sports Camps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 3rd Grade Boys Sports Camp.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 4th Grade Boys Sports Camp.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 5th Grade Boys Sports Camp.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 6th Grade Boys Sports Camp.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Middle School Girls Sports Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Middle School Boys Sports Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Extended Camp Care

Extra Added Attraction Weeks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Extended Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Camp Bus Service

Camp Bus Option & Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Sports Camps

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51-52 Baseball & Softball Skills Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Lacrosse Skills Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Volleyball Skills Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Track & Field Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Archery Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Basketball Skills Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Hoops Education Basketball.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Sports, Art & Music Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tumbling & Yoga Camp.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Archery & Sports Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Soccer Skills Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Junior Golf Half Day Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Junior Golf Full Day Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Registration Form.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

Deerfield Golf Club & Learning Center

54 Golf Outing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Golf Lessons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Deerfield Women’s 18 Hole Tuesday League.. 54 Monday Evening 9 Holes Ladies League. . . . . . 54 2-Man Wednesday Evening League. . . . . . . . . . . 54 FORE Restaurant & Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Golf Special Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Private Golf Instruction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Tiny Tykes Golf. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Winter Junior Tee Level.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Start Smart Golf Level 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Start Smart Golf Level 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Adult Beginners Golf. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

deerfield Park Foundation

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Sachs Recreation Center

58-64 Membership. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58-59 Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Group Exercise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Sachs Recreation Center Amenities. . . . . . . . . . . 60 Wellness Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Babysitting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Rentals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Pool & Track.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Open Volleyball Drop In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Raquet Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Swim Lessons

65 SRC Swim Parent/Tot.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Weekday Swim Lessons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Weekend Swim Lessons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Coho Swim Club

66-68 Coho Swim School.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Coho Developmental Program Minnows. . . . . . 67 Coho Age Group Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Coho Senior Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Coho Masters I.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

Tennis - Youth

Little Netters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Netters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Half Volleys 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Half Volleys 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baseliners 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baseliners 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Tennis - Adult

69-70 69-70 69-70 69-70 69-70 69-70 69-70

71 Intermediate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Advanced 1 (3.0). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Advanced 2 (3.5). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Adult Programs

72-73 Dog Obedience.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Mah-Jongg for Beginners & Continuing Mah-Jongg. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Spanish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Beginning Canasta. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Looking at Modern Art. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Film Course. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Jim Kendros. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

Adult Art

74 Adult Ceramics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Silberman Art Studio.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Adult Fitness

75-78 Prenatal Yoga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Gentle Yoga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Beginning Yoga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Continuing Yoga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Hatha Yoga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Tai Chi Yang.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Feldenkrais.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Adult Leagues.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Offseason Triathlon Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 50+ Fitness Light & Lively. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Tone & Firm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Pilates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Adult Beginners Golf. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Adult Beginner Paddle Tennis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Adult Fitness Classses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78

Patty Turner Center

79-83 PTC Membership. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Women’s & Men’s Clubs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Specialty Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Walk-in Programs for PTC Members. . . . . . . . . . 80 The Pheasant Run “The Rat Pack is Back!”.. . . 80 Racine Holiday Mansion & Bakery Tour .. . . . . . 80 The Sanfilippo Estate Holiday Lunch, Wurlitzer Concert, & Tour.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Winter Band Concert.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 PTC Members Winter Party. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Escape to Margaritaville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Deerfield Fireman’s Five Alarm Chili Bowl. . . . . 81 Social Service Resources & Programs. . . . . . . . 82 Musical Groups. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Patty Turner Center Membership Form. . . . . . . 83

Registration Information

84-85 Online Registration and Information. . . . . . . . . . 84 Cancellation Policy & Refunds.. . . . . . . . . . . . . 84-85 Camps & Preschool Lottery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Residency Requirements & Information.. . . 84-85 Financial Assistance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85

General Information

86-87 Park District Philosophy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Thor Guard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Program Participant Conduct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Insurance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Allergy, Medication & Illness Procedures.. . . . . 87 Services for Residents with Disabilities. . . . . . . 87 Inclusion Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Park Locations, Acreage & Amenities. . . . . . . . . 88

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Board of Commissioners Dear Neighbors,

We are proud to announce that this fall we have adopted a new Five Year Strategic Plan for the Deerfield Park District. The plan covers all aspects of the district and is comprised of six core strategies ranging from organizational excellence to community engagement to environmental stewardship. The plan will provide invaluable guidance and alignment for the district as a whole, departments and individual staff. In late fall, Deerfield Family Theater’s production of Into the Woods will bring your favorite Grimm fairy tale characters together, weaving a tale of adventure for the whole family. Auditions for this show exploded with 111 talented people auditioning for a cast of 40. This will be a production not to be missed. Purchase tickets by visiting deerfieldfamilytheater.com. Walk Deerfield, an initiative for all ages to increase health and wellness of the community, was introduced this fall at Woodland and Maplewood Parks. Walks are scheduled to move to the Sachs Recreation Center when the weather changes. Current dates and locations can be found on the Deerfield Park District website event calendar. With 2017 winding down, you still have time to book a date at FORE Restaurant at the Deerfield Golf Course and Learning Center, an intimate setting to host a family party or holiday celebration! Before the holiday rush encourage your kids to gather their gently used toys and books and plan to sell them at the Kids Only Flea Market in February. This event is a great way for

young entrepreneurs to try out their social skills while interacting with buyers. Help us publicize the sale by sharing our Facebook posts with your family, friends and neighbors. Also, it’s not too early to encourage your kids to try a new sport, explore new adventures and learn to swim at next year’s Deerfield Park District Summer Camps. Check out the many types of camps offered with a variety of times and dates to fit all schedules. Both the Summer Camp and Preschool lottery deadlines are January 5, so don’t delay in having your child choose their summer experience! If you are 50+ and haven’t yet visited the Patty Turner Center, come on by this winter. Become a member and enjoy ping pong or billiards, sign up for art classes, stimulating lectures and exciting excursions. Visit pattyturnercenter.org to check out the new programs and opportunities being rolled out in 2018. As you plan for 2018, why not include the Deerfield Park District on your resolution list. Follow us on Facebook and check out our website weekly to view postings regarding new projects, events and programs for your whole family to enjoy. Best wishes for a safe, happy and active holiday season!

Park District Board Meetings

Advisory Committee Members

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 PM on the third Thursday of each month.

Affiliate Advisory: James Kirby, John Mann, Jon Gault, Billy Goodman, Keith Londo, Mike Delaney, Stuart Slutzky, Greg Lapin

The public is welcome to attend. Schedule changes are posted at JPCC and on the Public Notices Section of our website: www.deerfieldparks.org. Board Workshop Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month as needed. For more information, call 847-945-0650.

Pool Advisory: Kevin Butler, Jay Keltner, Rick Patinkin, Maureen Garvey, Mary Kay Koerner, Gabrielle Ruiter

Board of Commissioners

Golf Advisory: Brian Bradford, Jim Finkler, Mickey Franson, Tom Gramins, Don Olson, Richard Sandgren, Joe Cohen, Rick Gunther, Joel Levin, Kate Maryniuk

Recreation Center Advisory: Amy Carletti, Angela Hallman, Caroline Pfeffer, Jen Pontikes, Dan Shapiro, Nick Snyder, Elizabeth Ury, Gil Antokal

Deerfield Park District Board of Commissioners

Greg Lapin President

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Joe Cohen Vice-President

Gil Antokal Treasurer

Jan Caron Commissioner

Rick Patinkin Commissioner


Ice Skating Ice RinkS Deerfield Park District makes ice for outdoor skating as soon as weather conditions permit. We maintain rinks with timed lighting for your skating enjoyment. Lights at the rinks operate from 4 - 10 pm daily.

Ice Rink Locations • Briarwood Park • Jaycee Park • Jewett Park (Hockey Rink) • Patti Stryker Park

Warming House Locations • Jaycee Park • Jewett Park

Ice Skating & Hockey offered by Park District of Highland Park

ice status

To check ice status, call (847) 945-0650; or visit our website at www.deerfieldparks.org

For detailed information on class levels, descriptions, times and prices, please visit us at www.pdhp.org or call Centennial Ice Arena at 847-432-4790. * Deerfield Residents: To receive the Highland Park resident rate for skating classes, Deerfield residents must register in-person at Centennial Ice Arena.

“ When I am on the Ice... I am at home.”

Theater D Returns for its

13th Season!

Auditions and Callbacks will be held at the Jewett Park Community Center

A Comedy by Joe DiPietro

Directed by Catherine Davis

Auditions – December 3rd at 1:00 PM Callbacks – December 4th at 7:00 PM Performance Dates – March 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18

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Park District Facilities & Rentals Jewett Park Community Center (JPCC) 836 Jewett Park Drive, Deerfield 847-945-0650

Jewett Park and Jewett Park Community Center offer many great options for hosting a party. For more information, view our Treehouse and party packages on pages 9-12 or call 847-945-0650 or email info@deerfieldparks.org.

Sachs Recreation Center (SRC) 455 Lake Cook Road, Deerfield 847-572-2600

Sachs Recreation Center has an indoor pool, 3 gyms, a 2,000 sq. ft. dance studio and multiple courts which makes it a great place to host a party, corporate event or any celebration up to 300 guests. For more information, see page 62 or call us at 847-572-2600 or email info@sachsreccenter.org.

Patty Turner Center (PTC) 375 Elm, Deerfield 847-940-4010

This beautiful multi-purpose facility offers spaces and fabulous amenities for adult meetings, receptions and other private functions. For more information, see page 79, visit www.pattyturnercenter.org or call 847-940-4010.

Deerfield Golf Club and Learning Center, & FORE Restaurant and Bar (DGCLC) 1201 Saunders, Riverwoods 847-945-8333

Stylish and distinctive, Deerfield Golf Club fulfills your every need. We handle the details and ensure your family or corporate holiday event, retirement party, golf outing or banquet is one your guests will rave about. See page 55, contact Jason Mannina at 847-945-8333 or email jmannina@deerfieldgolf.org for more information.

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Facilities & Rentals Mitchell Pool 951 Wilmot Road 847-945-7760

6-lane, 25-meter pool that ranges in depth from 2 to 5 feet deep. A 12-foot 6-inch separate diving well that features 1-meter & 3-meter diving boards and a drop slide. A separate wading pool includes zero depth entry, geysers, water cannons, a slide, and more! Summer pool rental & party bookings begin on March 1 for Deerfield residents and April 1 for non-residents. Call 847-572-2621 for information.

Deerspring Pool 200 Deerfield Road 847-945-7610

6-lane, 50-meter Olympic-size pool that ranges from 3 to 5 feet deep. A 11-foot 9-inch deep diving well with a 1-meter diving board and a drop slide. Deerspring features a water slide and a zero depth wading pool. Our Sprayground at Deerspring Pool is open before, during, and after the regular pool season, depending upon weather conditions. The Sprayground offers slides, geysers, water cannons, and more! It is open during all public swim hours. Summer pool rental & party bookings begin on March 1 for Deerfield residents and April 1 for non-residents. Call 847-572-2621 for information.

Party Space Rental

Celebrate all your special occasions at any of the Deerfield Park District facilities & parks. Enjoy our indoor or outdoor spaces to make your party shine. We can accommodate your small gathering or a large party with up to 300 guests.

Facility Amenities - Spaces & Places JPCC

SRC

PTC

FORE AT DGCLC

DEERSPRING POOL

MITCHELL POOL

MEETING ROOMS

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

PARTY SPACE

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

GYMNASIUMS/COURTS

No

3 Gyms

No

No

No

Yes

MULTI-PURPOSE AREAS

Oak Room

Soft Court

Yes

Yes and Outdoor Deck

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

No

No

No

Vending

Vending

No

Restaurant, Bar, & Banquet

Concessions

Concessions

Yes (Treehouse)

Yes

No

Yes

Playground, Volleyball

Playground, Volleyball

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KITCHEN (TO RENT) FOOD OPTIONS FEATURES FOR YOUNGER GUESTS


Park Rentals & Permits

P lan ahead for 2018! Park Permits

NONRESIDENT

0-50

$25

$38

51-100

$45

$68

101-150

$65

$98

151-200

$85

$128

ADDITIONAL HOURLY CHARGE

$10

$15

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! Resident: $8/weekday $15/weekend Nonresident: $15/weekday $25/weekend Our kits include: • 4 Badminton Rackets & Birdies • 1 Equipment Bag • 1 Football • 1 Frisbee • 1 Kick Ball • 1 Net • 1 Soccer Ball • 1 Volleyball Set • 2 Softballs and 2 Bats • 1 Set of Bases A deposit of $30 is refundable upon the return of the equipment in good condition. 48-hour notice required. First come, first serve.

Park Permit information

• Rates apply to individuals, as well as non-profit and corporate groups. • One permit is valid for a four-hour reservation. • Alcoholic beverages are not permitted. • For 2018, permits are available March 1 for residents and April 1 for nonresidents.

Park Amenities SHELTER

RESTROOM

PLAYGROUND

BRICKYARDS

JAYCEE

DEERSPRING

WOODLAND

MITCHELL MAPLEWOOD

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POOL

BALL DIAMOND

TABLES

JEWETT

GRILLS

RESIDENT

Picnic Kit Rental Fees

Reserve one of our beautiful parks and enjoy full access to playgrounds, shelters, grills and other amenities. Permit requests require at least 48-hours to approve. For permit or rates, call Mark Woolums at 847-572-2623.

LOCATION

GROUP SIZE

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FIREPLACE


Treehouse

Welcome to the

Treehouse

Children like to jump, climb, pretend and be challenged. Your children will love the Treehouse located on the upper level of the Jewett Park Community Center. Kids love the eight foot tube slide, mountain climb, spring walk, web crawl and double cush-n-cube bags, as well as other intriguing attractions to stimulate young imaginations. The Treehouse is available to children who are at least three years old and less than 4-feet tall.

Drop-In Information Treehouse Rental Details Daily Hours Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9 - 11 AM Tuesday & Thursday 3 - 5 PM Saturday 10 AM - 12 PM Treehouse is CLOSED for “drop-in” from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Parties are offered during this time. Please do not bring food or drink into the Treehouse. Winter Break Extended Hours December 18 - 22, 26 - 29 Monday – Friday 9 AM - 12 PM Tuesday & Thursday 3 - 5 PM

Drop-in Fees

Punch Card: $25 for 10 visits Daily Admission: $3/child Daily fees are collected by the Treehouse attendant. You may purchase punch cards at the JPCC registration office. 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 Treehouse.

You may rent the Treehouse for birthday parties or play groups. Children must be turning three or older to enjoy a party or gather with a playgroup. 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 20 participants maximum stated in your party contract. The following dates are NOT available for Treehouse rentals: • November 21 – 26 • August 19 – September 5 • December 18 – January 1 • October 27 – 29 • May 26 – 28

Party Rental Package Age: 3+ Fee: $195

Location: JPCC Max: 20

• 90 minutes in the Treehouse • Two party coordinators will assist with your party, serve refreshments, pass out goodie bags and clean up • Tablecloths, white paper goods and plasticware provided • Renter is responsible for cake, food, refreshments & goodie bags

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Birthday Parties The Details • Set-up is 15 minutes before party. • Parties are subject to room and instructor availability. Park District programs have priority in scheduling. • The Park District reserves the right to reassign scheduled rooms without notice. • For 1.5 hr. parties: Coordinator spends about 45 minutes in an activity with children (unless otherwise noted). • Includes: Room/tables/chairs. • Besides cake, no outside food permitted. • 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 date requested. • Parties must be booked no less than 14 days ahead. • Host provides invitations & 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: • Room is left in satisfactory condition. • Party is concluded within time frame of rental agreement. • No outside food (except for cake and beverages) is brought in; and maximum number of children is not exceeded. Due to maintenance, events or holidays, there are no rentals/parties at JPCC on the following dates: • November 21 – 26 • December 18 – January 1 • May 26 – 28 • August 19 – September 5 • October 27 – 29

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Sports Themed “Bounce House” Rental Location: SRC

Fee: $75/hour

The sports themed “Bounce House” is available to rent for parties or functions at the Sachs Recreation Center. The Fun Jump features a 10' x 10' bouncing area, a climbing wall, 2 basketball hoops and a double-wide wave slide. Fee includes attendant. Call 847-572-2665 for more information.

Birthday Parties

at Two Great Locations

Jewett Park Community Center – JPCC and Sachs Recreation Center – SRC Birthday Party Hotline: 847-572-2628


Pick a Party! Party Packages Magic and Balloons

Magic Party with Gary Kantor

Rhythmic Gymnastics Party

Age: 1 - 3 Fee: $225R/290NR

Age: 4+ Location: JPCC Fee: $225R/290NR Max: 30 Instructor: Gary Kantor

Age: 4+ Location: SRC Fee: $190 Max: 25 Instructor: North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics

Location: JPCC Max:15

Magician Gary Kantor presents a thrilling magic and balloon animal show specifically tailored for this younger age group. Gary’s magic will use stuffed animal characters from popular cartoon shows to amaze the children. You can even bring your child’s favorite stuffed animal and make it part of the show. A balloon animal will be made for every child to take home after the show. Twenty minutes of magic followed by 10 minutes of making balloon animals.

Balloon Animal Party with Gary Kantor Age: 3+ Location: JPCC Fee: $225R/290NR Max: 30 Instructor: Gary Kantor

Balloon animals are a huge hit at birthday parties! Balloon animals will be created non-stop for 45 minutes by the Magic Team of Gary Kantor. Dogs, butterflies, swords and giraffes will be twisted in a rainbow of colors. The kids will do more than just play with the balloons, they’ll also get to decorate their animals with stickers and markers! At the end of the party all guests will take home their very own collection of assorted balloon animals.

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. The magic show lasts 30-40 minutes.

Treehouse Party Package Age: 3+ Location: JPCC Fee: $195 Max: 20 Instructor: DPD Staff

• 90 minutes in the Treehouse • Two party coordinators will assist with your party, serve refreshments, pass out goodie bags and clean up • Table cloths, white paper goods and plastic ware provided • Renter is responsible for cake, food, refreshments and goodie bags

Party includes music, dance and tumbling. Our coaches provide all participants with basic gymnastic instruction, while allowing them to have fun with ribbons, balls, hoops ropes and dance.

Yoga Bash Birthday Age: 4+ Location: JPCC or SRC Fee: $ 225R/236NR Max: 15 + $6/child Instructor: Yoga Bash

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.

" Tons of Parties to Choose From! Try A New Party Every Year!"

New Bday party in DB

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Birthday Parties 5+ Dance Birthday Parties Age: 5+ Fee: $ 215R/245NR up to 25 children $315R/345NR for 25 - 30 children Instructor: Bizar Dance

Beauty Day Party Location: JPCC or SRC Max: 30

Dance to your favorite songs. Follow along to interactive dances such as The Car Wash, Cha-Cha Slide and 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.

Games & Sports Birthday Age: 5 - 9 Fee: $ 180R/205NR for up to 12 children $280R/305NR for 13 - 30 children $380R/405NR for 31 - 40 children Age: 3 - 4 Fee: $280R/305NR for 12 children (max)

Location: JPCC or SRC Max: 40 Instructor: 5 Star Sports

For energetic youngsters who love to move around, we can customize a sports party that can include an obstacle course, basketball, games, and other athletic activities. Loads of fun for everyone!

Golf Birthday Party Age: 5 - 9 Fee: $ 240 for up to 10 children $275 for 11 - 20 children Instructor: DGCLC Staff

Location: SRC Max: 20

Children celebrate their birthday together with family, friends and the DGCLC instruction team! Party includes one hour of golf instruction using the unique line of fun and developmentally appropriate equipment designed by SNAG golf and 30 minutes in the party room.

“Art Attack” Birthday Age: 5+ Fee: $195R/220NR + $2.50/child Instructor: Mari Krasney

Location: JPCC Max: 20

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.

Theater Birthday Parties with Sarah Hall Theatre Company Age: 5+ Fee: $ 215 up to 15 children $315 16 - 30 children

Location: JPCC Max: 30

Everyone will get a chance to be a star at this fabulous birthday party! Children will celebrate together with fantastic theater games that spark the imagination and always lead to laughter. Party includes 45 minutes of improvisational games led by qualified theater instructors whose primary objective is to have fun!

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Age: 5+ Fee: 1.5 hrs: $195R/235NR 2 hrs: $235R/ 260NR Plus $3/child materials fee

Location: JPCC Min/Max: up to 15 Min/Max: 16 - 20

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!

Mad Science Birthday Age: 6 - 12 Fee: $ 250R/285NR for up to 12 children $270R/311NR for 13 - 20 children $315R/362NR for 21 - 30 children Instructor: Mad Science of Northern Illinois

Location: JPCC Max: 30

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. Everyone makes a takehome project. Other options (additional charge) are lasers, rocket launches, bubbling potions, and more.

Ceramics Party with Richard Cohen Age: 6+ Fee: $195R/220NR + $3.50/child Instructor: Richard Cohen

Location: JPCC Max: 15

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.

Indoor Swimming Party Age: 6+ Fee: $225 Instructor: SRC

Location: SRC Max: 25

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. • 1 hr. pool rental • 1.5 hr. party room rental • +$25/hr. if more than 25 people


Special Events

December

Winter Band Concert

December 3 PTC Members Winter Party

Get into the holiday spirit and enjoy the sounds of the season! Delight in wintertime favorites performed by the Deerfield Community Band. Light refreshments will be served after the concert.  Activity # 113231 Location: Patty Turner Center Sect. Date Day 03 12/3 Su

January

Age: 50 + Time 2-3:30P

PTC M/NM $10/12

December 7

The Patty Turner Center Members Council is proud to present this year’s Annual Winter Party, sponsored by Whitehall of Deerfield & PTC Members Council. An elegant evening affair featuring an atrium reception, delicious dinner buffet catered by Hel’s Kitchen of Northbrook and the Big Band dance music of Eddie Harrison and Paris Swing! Mark your calendar and plan to join us for this festive celebration.  Activity # 113241 Location: Patty Turner Center Sect. Date Day 01 12/7 Th

Age: 50 + Time 5:30-8P

escape to Margaritaville

PTC M/NM $28/38

January 25

Escape from the land-locked Midwest as we transport you to the islands of swaying palm trees, the radiant sun and the sound of ocean waves! Join us as we present, “Escape to Margaritaville,” our first-ever theme-dinner event celebrating the music of Jimmy Buffet featuring “Pirates over 40” a fun and energetic yacht-rock band covering all your tropical dance favorites. In addition to an evening on the beach, indulge in a delicious buffet of island fare as catered by Hel’s Kitchen of Northbrook! What a wonderful escape from the cold Chicago nights!  Activity # 213231 Location: Patty Turner Center Sect. Date Day 01 1/25 Th

Age: 50 + Time 5:30-8P

Winter 2018

PTC M/NM $28/38

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Special Events

FebruarY 9

Fireman’s Five Alarm Chili Bowl

Deerfield Fireman’s Five Alarm Chili Bowl  In February, join us as we welcome the return of Deerfield’s finest as they host this year’s Fireman’s Five - Alarm Chili Bowl! Come and enjoy homemade chili and sweet cornbread as prepared by the Deerfield Fire Department.  Activity # 213231 Location: Patty Turner Center Sect. Date Day 02 2/9 F

Age: 50 + Time 12-2P

February 11

PTC M/NM $5/8

Daddy & Daughter Dance

Daddy & Daughter Dinner Dance  International Experience! Dads bring your daughter(s) and join us for some fun celebrating your favorite country! Put on your dancing attire or dress in your favorite country’s clothing and enjoy an evening full of dinner, entertainment and some dancing. Fee is per person.  Activity # 223303 Location: Patty Turner Center Age: Grade K - 5 with adult Instructor: Staff - TBA Min/Max: 60/80 Sect. Date Day Time R/NR 01 2/11 Su 5:30-8P $29/41 per person

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special Events

February 24

kids only Flea market For Kids Only Flea Market 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. 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! Set up begins at 12 PM and the marketplace opens at 1 PM. ď‚Š Activity # 253302 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date Day 01 2/24 Sa 02 2/24 Sa

March 9

Age: K-8 vendors Min/Max: 10/20 Time 1-3P 1-3P

Fee $5 - 6 foot table $10 - 8 foot table

mom & son sport night Mom & Son Sport Night Moms! Come play with your son(s) at a sport night just for you and your special guy(s). Join other Moms and kids for an evening of sports, games, open gym time and a treat! Team up to win prizes in sports, contests, games, then chow down on a treat. Honor your favorite sports team by coming dressed in their team colors or jersey. ď‚Š Activity # 223301 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date Day 01 3/9 F

Age: 4 + with adult Min/Max: 40/60 Time 6:30-8:15P

R/NR $15/19 per person

Mom & Son Fun! Winter 2018

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School’s out! Heading FOR ALL SCHOOL’S OUT TRIPS

Double check with trip information to determine lunch needs. All children in Before & After Care should be picked up by 6PM. • You must be registered for corresponding trip to do Before & After Care. • All trips leave from & return to the Jewett Park Community Center. • Registrations are nontransferable. • If you must cancel, a refund will be issued only when our office staff can fill the vacated spot with another participant. Our cancellation policy will apply. Contact Adam Wohl if you have any questions: 847-572-2621 or adam@deerfieldparks.org

Fun Times with Friends!

Sect. 01 is the field trip. Sect. 02 is Before & After Care. You must register for field trip to participate in Before & After Care.

NOVEMBER SCHOOL’s out The Field Museum

Bowling and Orbit Roller Rink

Travel with us to the Field Museum. With 4.6 billion years under one roof, the Field Museum is our passport to travel around the world and back in time. Please bring a packed lunch and drink on this trip.

Lace up your skates as we go roller skating at Orbit Roller Rink. We will then hit the lanes and bowl for strikes. Please bring a packed lunch and drink on this trip.

 Activity # 153304 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 11/21 (1) Tu 02 11/21 (1) Tu

 Activity # 153305 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 11/22 (1) W 02 11/22 (1) W

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Grades: K-5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 9:30A-4:30P 7:30A-6P

Deerfield Park District

R/NR $56/70 $25/31

Grades: K-5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 9:30A-4:30P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $54/67 $25/31


School’s Heading out WINTER BREAK - fun Day Trips! Bowlero

Jump America

Let’s go to Bowlero in Buffalo Grove. We will bowl, play laser tag, and play in the arcade. Lunch is included in this trip.

Jump America in Gurnee is a large warehouse filled with commercial grade trampolines for each age group to enjoy! There are 5 separate courts for all age groups to enjoy, including a dodge ball court and a giant foam pit. Please bring a packed lunch and drink on this trip. Signed waiver by parent required to participate.

 Activity # 153306 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/18 (1) M 02 12/18 (1) M

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/50 Time 10A-3P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $56/70 $25/31

Shedd Aquarium Travel with us to the Shedd Aquarium. We will explore the different aquatic life in the oceans, lakes, and rivers of the world. Please bring a packed lunch and drink on this trip.  Activity # 153307 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/19 (1) Tu 02 12/19 (1) Tu

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 9:30A-4P 10A-2:30P

R/NR $56/70 $25/31

Timber Ridge Water Park We will travel to the 50,000 square foot indoor Timber Ridge Waterpark in Lake Geneva, WI. Whether floating in the lazy river or speeding down the slides, your child is sure to make a splash! Make sure to bring a suit and towel! Lunch is provided on this trip.  Activity # 153308 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/20 (1) W 02 12/20 (1) W

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 9:30A-4P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $56/70 $25/31

Safari Land Each participant will receive unlimited bumper cars, tilt-a-whirl, and many other great rides and games. Lunch is included on this trip.  Activity # 153309 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/21 (1) Th 02 12/21 (1) Th

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 10A-3:30P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $48/60 $25/31

 Activity # 153310 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/22 (1) F 02 12/22 (1) F

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 11A-3P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $45/56 $25/31

Gameworks Each participant will receive two hours of video game play and $5 in prize game play. Lunch is included on this trip.  Activity # 153311 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/27 (1) W 02 12/27 (1) W

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 10A-3P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $56/70 $25/31

Enchanted Castle Calling all Noble Knights. On this day we will trek to the Enchanted Castle in Lombard. Trip includes unlimited bumper cars, catapult, and laser frenzy. Lunch is included on this trip.  Activity # 153312 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/28 (1) Th 02 12/28 (1) Th

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 9:30A-3:30P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $48/60 $25/31

Discovery World in Milwaukee Let’s travel to the Discovery World Museum in Milwaukee. Come discover all our world has to offer! Please bring a packed lunch and drink on this trip.  Activity # 153313 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/29 (1) F 02 12/29 (1) F

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 9:30A-4:30P 7:30A-6P

Winter 2018

R/NR $48/60 $25/31

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School’s out Winter Break Camps & Workshops TAKE 2! Winter Theater Camp with Sarah Hall Theatre Company

Holiday Sports Camp

Develop creativity and confidence both onstage and off! Through improvisation, theatre games and basic scene work, students will learn the basic tools for acting and performance while having fun. Join us for a fabulous in-class performance for family and friends during the last fifteen minutes of our final class! This is the perfect prep camp for Little Footlighters or Broadway Bound!

Boys and girls interested in holiday break competitive sports, including soccer, kickball, wiffle ball and basketball sign up now. We will have lunch in the café at Sachs. After lunch there will be open swim in the pool. Please bring a sack lunch, swimsuit and towel. Sportsmanship, teamwork and having fun will be stressed during this camp.

 Activity # 142706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Tilford Sect. Date (#cl) Day 10 12/18-12/22 (5) M-F

Grade: K - 3 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 9-11:30A

Fee $200

Ceramic Winter Break Workshops Join Richard Cohen for a Winter Break Ceramics class. Learn glazing, decorating and surface treatments to create amazing ceramic pieces.  Activity # 152605 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Richard Cohen Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/18-12/22 (5) M-F 02 12/18-12/22 (5) M-F 03 12/27-12/29 (3) W-F 04 12/27-12/29 (3) W-F

January

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 6/10 Time 9:30A-12:30P 1:30-4:30P 9:30A-12:30P 1:30-4:30P

MLK DAY - JAN 15

Fee $150 $150 $90 $90

 Activity # 233008 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 12/18-12/22 (5) M-F 02 12/18 (1) M 03 12/19 (1) Tu 04 12/20 (1) W 05 12/21 (1) Th 06 12/22 (1) F Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr 07 12/27-12/29 (3) Tu-F 08 12/27 (1) W 09 12/28 (1) Th 10 12/29 (1) F

Grade: 1 - 2 Min/Max: 20/40 Time 9A-2P 9A-2P 9A-2P 9A-2P 9A-2P 9A-2P Grade: 3 - 5 9A-2P 9A-2P 9A-2P 9A-2P

R/NR $140/175 $34/42 $34/42 $34/42 $34/42 $34/42 $85/106 $34/42 $34/42 $34/42

SCHOOL’s out

Take the Stage

Dupage Children’s Museum

Join us for a fabulous morning of improv and theater games! Kids will get the opportunity to play, laugh and learn about different aspects of the theater while working together and having fun. A perfect fit for your drama king or queen!

Join us in exploring the DuPage Children’s Museum in Naperville. The museum offers a variety of hands-on science, math, and art exhibits. Please bring a lunch on this trip.

 Activity # 242706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Tilford Sect. Date (#cl) Day 10 1/15 (1) M

Grade: K - 3 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 9:30A-12P

Fee $60

 Activity # 253303 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/15 (1) M 02 1/15 (1) M

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 10A-3:30P 7:30A-6P

Audition Techniques Workshop Make your next audition, your best one yet! Taught by industry professional and director, Sarah Tilford, students will focus on the necessary skills for a successful audition. These learned techniques will increase self-confidence both onstage and off.  Activity # 242706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Tilford Sect. Date (#cl) Day 11 1/15 (1) M

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Grade: 4 - 8 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 1-3:30P

Deerfield Park District

Fee $60

SPRING BREAK

CAMPS AND TRIPS WILL BE INCLUDED IN OUR SPRING/SUMMER BROCHURE

R/NR $45/56 $25/31


School’s out

FEBRUARY SCHOOL’s out

Presidents Day - FEB 19 & 20

MARCH SCHOOL’s out

Pulaski Day - March 5

Improv 1

360 Chicago Tilt

Enjoy a morning of fantastic theater games that encourage individual and group participation and always leads to laughter! Students will learn how to trust their instincts while working together in a supportive environment that promotes mutual agreement and fun.

Come with us as we rise 1000 feet above the Chicago Skyline in the John Hancock Observatory. We will then eat lunch in one of the city’s many beautiful parks. Please bring a packed lunch and drink on this trip.

 Activity # 242706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Tilford Sect. Date (#cl) Day 12 2/19 (1) M

Grade: K - 3 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 9:30A-12P

Fee $60

 Activity # 253306 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 3/5 (1) M 02 3/5 (1) M

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 10A-4P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $45/56 $25/31

Improv 2

Musical Theater Day

Say “Yes, and…” to an afternoon of improv and theater games! This class welcomes all levels of experience to join in the fun of creating spontaneous characters and comedic scenes on the spot. Join us for fast paced games that everyone will enjoy!

Give your child a fun-filled morning of singing, dancing, acting and crafting! With the help of Sarah Tilford, students will learn songs, scenes and dances from one of their favorite musicals and work on a craft based on the theme of the show. Don’t miss this morning of musical fun!

 Activity # 242706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Tilford Sect. Date (#cl) Day 13 2/19 (1) M

Grade: 4 - 8 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 1-3:30P

Fee $60

Wilmot Mountain Snow Tubing Grab your snow boots, gloves, and winter coat as we visit Wilmot Mountain Snow Tubing hill. We will tube for 2 hours and eat lunch in the lodge. Please bring a packed lunch and drink on this trip.  Activity # 253304 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/19 (1) M 02 2/19 (1) M

Grade: K- 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 9:30A-3P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $56/70 $25/31

 Activity # 242706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Tilford Sect. Date (#cl) Day 14 3/5 (1) M

Grade: K - 3 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 9:30A-12P

Fee $60

Scene Study/Monologue Workshop Looking to cultivate and sharpen your child’s acting skills? Join us for an afternoon of scene and/or monologue work when students will get the opportunity to improve their technique on the stage.  Activity # 242706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Tilford Sect. Date (#cl) Day 15 3/5 (1) M

Grade: 4 - 8 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 1-3:30P

Fee $60

Dave and Busters Each participant will get a $15 game card and unlimited play on over 50 arcade games. Lunch is included on this trip.  Activity # 253305 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: After School Club Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/20 (1) Tu 02 2/20 (1) Tu

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 5/40 Time 10A-3P 7:30A-6P

R/NR $54/68

Hancock observatory 360° Tilt

$25/31

Wilmot Mountain snow tubing

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Participating schools & Fees

After School Club ASC Cold Days (Optional)

Dates: First Full Day of School Last Full Day of School (Dist. 109) Times: Dismissal-6pm

During the 2017-18 school year, we will offer Cold Day Only Care (not available for snow days) for After School Club participants only. Location: JPCC Instructor: ASC Staff Time: 7:30 AM – 6 PM

Age: K - 5 Min/Max: Varies Fee: $25/day

ď‚Š Activity # 552557 Sect.

After School Club 2017-18 The Deerfield Park District After School Club is for boys and girls from kindergarten through fifth grade. It offers your child the chance to enjoy the friendship of other children while you are working. You can rest easy knowing your child is having fun in a safe environment under the supervision of experienced staff. After School Club begins on the first full day of school and ends on the last full day of school. You have the choice of 2-days to 5-days per week. You will sign up and specify which specific days you need when you register. Due to the District 109 early dismissal time on Wednesdays, you must register for a minimum of 3 days per week to select Wednesday as an attendance day for your child. We will be closing registration for the Fall After School Club one week prior to the start of the program. In order to guarantee participation on the first full day of school, you must register by 5:00 PM on Monday, August 14. After this date, registration will reopen on Tuesday, September 5 for any

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available openings in the program or your child will be placed on the waitlist. The availability of the staff and the size of the rooms at the various schools will determine enrollment limits. Children in the After School Club enjoy a snack, and then participate in a variety of interesting activities which might include organized games, arts & crafts, ceramics, or other ideas suggested by the children and leaders. Designated quiet time is provided to allow for doing homework, reading a book, or another quiet activity. Please make sure your children are dressed appropriately for the weather, as we frequently go outdoors. After School Club does not meet on days when school is not in session. Should you need childcare on days when school is not in session, please check in seasonal brochures for program options, including School's Out programs.

BUS

A nonrefundable $50 deposit is due upon registration. Tuition for the full school year may be paid in full or in two installments. These are due on June 16 and December 8.

Location # Days

Fee

02

Kipling

2

$887

03

Kipling

3

$1,244

04

Kipling

4

$1,520

05

Kipling

5

$1,810

22

Walden

2

$887

23

Walden

3

$1,244

24

Walden

4

$1,520

25

Walden

5

$1,810

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Wilmot

2

$887

33

Wilmot

3

$1,244

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Wilmot

4

$1,520

35

Wilmot

5

$1,810

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So. Pk.

2

$887

43

So. Pk.

3

$1,244

44

So. Pk.

4

$1,520

45

So. Pk.

5

$1,810

AFTER SCHOOL CLUB ALTERNATIVES Busing available from your school to Jewett Park Programs - look for the BUS logo! See Page 39


Preschool Our Philosophy 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.

Preschool • September 2018 – May 2019 TIME

R/NR MONTHLY TUITION

R/NR YEARLY TUITION

Little Learners — 3 years old by April 1, 2019 2 Day Program 525218-01 Tu/Th

9 — 11:15A

$214/224

$1,926/2,016

3 Year Olds — 3 years old by Sept. 1, 2018 3 Day Program 525218-03 M/W/F

8:45 — 11:15A

$314/329

$2,826/2,961

Pre-K 4’s — 4 years old by Sept. 1, 2018 5 Day Program 525218-06 M-F

8:45 — 11:15A

$459/484

$4,131/4,356

PROGRAM

 Activity #

DAYS

Too young for Preschool?

Try “First Experience” Programs. Information on the Early Childhood pages.

Unique Preschool Features

Levels of Learning

• • • •

We welcome two and a half, three and four year old children as they embark on a lifetime of learning through discovery and exploration. Our curriculum is divided into three distinct age group classrooms: Little Learners: Designed for learners 3 years old by April 1, 2019. 3 Year Olds: Designed for learners 3 years old by September 1, 2018. Pre-K 4’s: Designed for learners 4 years old by September 1, 2018.

Low teacher to child ratios Experienced early childhood educators Art, music, and movement specialty teachers All weather, curbside drop off in secure area staffed by Preschool teachers • Adjacent, fenced outdoor Preschool playground • Intergenerational Volunteers • Summer Programs and Camp Options • On-site “Extend the Day Play” including “Lunch Bunch,” “Preschool Enrichment” and other classes for Preschool age children • DCFS Licensed Co-Directors: Cindy Wolf and Lynn Braun Administrative Assistant: Tricia Conroy

Registration and Tuition Registration for new students begins in January for the 2018-2019 fall school year. After the lottery deadline, at 5pm on January 5, 2018, you may register your child at any time if there are openings. Registration is not available online. Proof of age is required at time of registration. The first monthly tuition payment is due at the time of registration. Please use the Park District Registration form in this brochure. The total amount of the first monthly tuition payment is a non-refundable and non-transferable deposit. The remaining tuition may be paid in full at the time of registration or in eight monthly payments beginning July 1, 2018 through February 1, 2019.

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preschool Lunch Bunch For our Preschool participants ONLY. A low-key lunch/play program held in the Treehouse at JPCC follows morning sessions. Please bring a sack lunch and drink. Grouped by Preschool program age groups. Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA

Extend the Day PLAY

Age: 2 1/2 - 5 Min/Max: 6/18

3 Year Olds and Pre-K 4’s  Activity # 221615 Sect. Date (#cl) 01 1/8-3/26 (9) 03 1/3-3/28 (13) 04 1/4-3/29 (13) 05 1/5-3/23 (12)

Day M W Th F

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

Fee $112 $159 $159 $147

Little Learners

 Activity # 221615 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 02 1/2-3/27 (12) Tu 11:15A-12:30P 06 1/4-3/29 (13) Th 11:15A-12:30P No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5; Sect. 02: 2/20

Fee $147 $159

Preschool Enrichment Children in our 3-year-old and Pre-K programs may extend their day by enrolling Extend the Day in this enrichment class. Class provides your child with a more in-depth study of the Preschool curriculum along with additional opportunities in art, games, and science activities correlating with our Preschool’s themes. Please bring a sack lunch and drink. Lunch Bunch and Preschool enrichment are only available to children enrolled in our Preschool.

PLAY

Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA

Age: 3 - 5 Min/Max: 6/20

Pre-K 4’s

 Activity # 221630 Sect. Date (#cl) 01 1/2-3/27 (12)

3 Year Olds

Day Tu

02 1/3-3/28 (13) W No class dates: Sect. 01: 2/20

Time 11:15A-1:30P

$245

Fee

11:15A-1:30P

$265

Preschool Enrichment Look for more learning opportunities for your child in the Early Childhood section on the following pages.

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Preschool art & Story Time

Extend the Day PLAY Extend the Day, Lunch Bunch & Preschool Enrichment Early Childhood programs with the “Extend the Day“ logo indicate that children in our Preschool may extend their day of learning. In addition, Lunch Bunch and Preschool Enrichment programs are only available to children enrolled in our Preschool.


early childhood

ADULT & TOT Clay with Parents

This program is designed for parents, child care providers or a grandparent to enjoy with their favorite tot. The pair will create a project in clay. Enjoy helping your tot learn to express themselves through this hands-on form of art. There will also be some time to play! Come meet new people and prepare to be amazed at your child's creation.  Activity # 220001 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Mari Krasney Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/9-2/13 (6) Tu

Age: 18 mo - 3 Min/Max: 5/10 Time 9:45-10:45A

Early Childhood Programs, Food Allergies, Medication & Other Important Info 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 if your child has any food allergies or dietary restrictions.

Medication R/NR $67/81

Start with Art This program is designed for parent or child care provider and tot. It is never too early for art! We mix paint and draw using interactive stories such as Mouse Paint. Meet new people and be amazed by your child's artistic creations.  Activity # 220014 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 18 mo - 3 Instructor: Mari Krasney Min/Max: 5/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1/8-3/26 (9) M 9:45-10:45A $99/123 02 1/10-3/28 (12) W 9:45-10:45A $131/162 No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5

If your child requires medication (inhaler, epi-pen, etc.) during class, medication administration forms must be completed. For details, please call our registration office at 847-945-0650.

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.

First Experience - without Parents First Experience

First Experience Plus

Recommended for children who have not yet taken classes without a parent. We will discover the sheer fun of art, music, snacks with friends and lots of entertaining activities as we venture out into a world of interesting possibilities. Experienced staff will provide a nurturing environment in which your child can explore.

Whether your child is currently in Preschool or planning to attend next year, they will benefit from this class. The children will learn through play and have an opportunity to socialize with other children. Songs, crafts and stories provide participants with opportunities to enhance their vocabulary and comprehend language. Our experienced teachers provide activities that will enhance student's knowledge of colors, shapes and numbers.

 Activity # 221002 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Nancy Healy, Josie Ripkey Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/5-3/23 (12) F

Age: 2 - 3 Min/Max: 8/10 Time 9:15-10:45A

R/NR $213/265

 Activity # 221003 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Nancy Healy, Lisa Addis Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/3-3/28 (13) W

Age: 2 1/2 - 3 Min/Max: 6/10 Time 9-11A

Winter 2018

R/NR $239/297

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Adult & Tot sports Adult & Tot T-Ball Training

Adult & Tot Tumbling & Movement

Parents can enjoy America’s favorite pastime with their child. Young children will develop motor skills while having fun throwing, catching, batting and base running like the big kids. Parents and their little athletes will enjoy making new friends and working together to learn the basics of game play in this exciting class!

Toddlers can develop body awareness, balance, flexibility and coordination while having fun learning tumbling exercises such as tuck, straddle, bridge and forward and backward rolls. Little ones will also learn basic balance beam skills on the low beam. Parents assist with activities in a safe and caring environment.

 Activity # 230002 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/26-3/26 (4) M No class dates: Sect. 01: 3/5

 Activity # 230007 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/3-2/7 (6) W 02 2/14-3/28 (7) W

Age: 2 - 3 Min/Max: 5/16 Time 5:15-6P

R/NR $42/53

Age: 2 - 3 Min/Max: 5/16 Time 5:45-6:15P 5:45-6:15P

R/NR $42/52 $49/62

Adult & Tot Olympics

Adult & Tot Mini Kickers N' T-Ballers

Get in on the Olympic spirit with your child as you join us for this fun class! Boys and girls will jump, run, throw and develop a variety of other skills as they participate in soccer, basketball, floor hockey, track and field, and other Olympic sports. Children, with the help of their parents, will participate in a pint-size Olympic games during the last class of the session. Events made just for the smallest athletes will include an obstacle course, pool noodle javelin throw, the long jump, soccer ball kick, and relay races.

Little athletes, with the help of their parents, work on body coordination, balance and self-confidence as they experience both the sports of soccer and t-ball. Children learn basic kicking, throwing, running, batting and catching skills necessary for success in either of these two popular sports. Our fun approach is a great way to give boys and girls their first taste of t-ball and soccer.

 Activity # 230006 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/5-2/9 (6) F 02 2/16-3/23 (6) F

Age: 2 - 3 Min/Max: 5/16 Time 11-11:45A 11-11:45A

R/NR $63/78 $63/78

Adult & Tot Gym & Fitness Stars Bond with your child in this program while you participate in obstacle courses, parachute play, circle games, and other fitness and sports activities. You and your child will have fun quality time, experiencing a multitude of gym activities that safely challenge his or her abilities. Children will be exposed to learning through trial and error and will be better equipped for future learning.  Activity # 231137 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/5-2/9 (6) F 02 2/16-3/23 (6) F

Age: 2 - 3 Min/Max: 5/16 Time 9:30-10:15A 9:30-10:15A

R/NR $63/78 $63/78

 Activity # 230013 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 2 - 3 Min/Max: 5/16 Time 10:30-11:15A 10:30-11:15A

R/NR $63/78 $63/78

Adult Tot Soccer Parents or any significant adult will enjoy time with their children learning the skills, moves, and joy of playing America's most popular youth sport! Emphasis is on the basic skills of soccer such as dribbling, passing and shooting, all in a fun and relaxed environment. Age appropriate drills, games and equipment will be used to help your tot learn these skills as well as develop motor skills, coordination, balance, and listening and social skills. Adults will enjoy playing alongside and assisting their youngsters as they get their first taste of soccer fun!  Activity # 231134 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-2/12 (5) M No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15

Age: 2 - 3 Min/Max: 5/16 Time 5:15-6P

R/NR $53/65

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Early Childhood Heading Adult & Tots Sports Stop

Tool Time & More with Lunch

Play an integral part in helping your tot experience basic sports movement. We provide the fun nurturing environment and sports equipment needed to guide your tot through an introduction to organized sports movement.

Children who love to build will enjoy working Extend the on a session long project. We will construct Day our project using screws, hammers, and other materials. At the end of the session your child will proudly bring home a handmade work of art. Please bring a sack lunch.

 Activity # 231117 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 2 - 3 Min/Max: 5/16 Time 9-9:45A 9-9:45A

R/NR $63/78 $63/78

Reading Rookies Give your child the keys to reading success. This enrichment class uses fun, multi-sensory instruction, games, crafts and stories to teach children in their last year of preschool how to build their letter and sound knowledge. Each weekly lesson focuses on 2-3 letters. The lessons will ignite your child's reading interest, while improving your child's ability to hear, identify and manipulate individual sounds. By the end of the session, your child will have the building blocks to be a successful reader. Because Reading Rookies is built around multisensory lessons, regardless of your child's learning style, your child will thrive, have fun and learn! Children must be in Pre-K Preschool.  Activity # 221005 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 4 - 5 Instructor: Carol Irgang, Wendy Moskovitz Min/Max: 8/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1/8-3/26 (9) M 10-11:15A $200/225 02 1/8-5/21 (16) M 10-11:15A $352/445 03 1/8-3/26 (9) M 12:30-1:45P $200/225 04 1/8-5/21 (16) M 12:30-1:45P $352/445 No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5; Sect. 02: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5, 4/2; Sect. 03: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5; Sect. 04: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5, 4/2

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 Activity # 221626 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 4 - 5 Instructor: Josette Huffman, Josie Ripkey Min/Max: 8/10 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1/3-3/28 (13) W 11:15A-12:30P $209/261

Rookies Sportsters with Lunch Join this fun and active program as we engage Extend the in a variety of sports and games. Every two weeks we will be covering a different sport while Day learning a variety of teamwork and character building qualities. Your child will have fun, meet new friends and become a team player. Sneakers are a must! Bring a sack lunch.

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 Activity # 221101 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 3 1/2 - 5 Instructor: Lori Brand, Josie Ripkey Min/Max: 8/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1/8-3/26 (9) M 11:15A-12:30P $129/159 02 1/3-3/28 (13) W 11:15A-12:30P $184/229 No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5

Parent & Tot Drop In Parent and Tot Drop In

Interact with other parents and child care providers, while your child plays with other children. A great way to form lasting friendships. Our awesome classroom has a play kitchen, climbing toys, puzzles and games. Simple craft items will be available for you to enjoy with your child. Participants may come and go during the 2-hour session! Activities are suited for children 1-3 ½ years of age, however, parents and child care providers may bring other age children along. Parents/child care provider must be present with child(ren). Location: JPCC Pine A Supervisor: Early Childhood Staff Dates Day 1/4 - 3/30 Th

Age: 1 – 3 ½ w/ adult Max: 20 Time Fee 9:15-11:15A $3/child

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Early Childhood

Kindermusik® Foundations

Kindermusik® Level 2

Kindermusik® Level 3

Program stimulates cognitive, social, emotional and physical development. We will gently dance, touch/massage, explore objects, sing and move to nurture development. Multilevel activities encourage creative choices as child grows from a lap baby to a crawler to a walker! A $40 home materials fee payable to the instructor covers full-length CD, baby board, visual stimulation banners, specially designed instrument, carry bag. Session 01 & 03: Cock A Doodle Moo Session 02 & 04: Dew Drops

Level 2 addresses the whole child through singing, listening, moving and playing simple instruments. We explore sounds, play finger games and learn to take turns so social skills will blossom. A $60 home materials fee payable to the instructor covers two CD’s two music and movement books, a home activity book, and two harmonicas in a carry box.

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 imagination soar. Parent participation during the last 10-minutes of each class. A $62 home materials fee payable to the instructor covers 2 CDs, 2 story books, and a specially designed drum.



formerly “Village”

 Activity # 220005 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: up to 16 mo. w/adult Instructor: Cathy Glickman Min/Max: 5/14

Cock A Doodle Moo Sect. Date (#cl) 01 2/2-4/6 (8) 03 4/13-6/1 (8)

Day Time F 11:05-11:50A F 11:05-11:50A

Fee $109 $109

Dew Drops

Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time Fee 02 1/27-3/17 (8) Sa 11:05-11:50A $109 04 3/24-6/2 (8) Sa 11:05-11:50A $109 No class dates: Sect. 01: 3/2, 3/30; Sect. 04: 3/31, 5/12, 5/26

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formerly “Our Time Away We Go”

 Activity # 220006 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 16 mo - 3 1/2 Instructor: Cathy Glickman Min/Max: 5/14 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time Fee 01 2/2-5/18 (14) F 9-9:50A $187 02 2/2-5/18 (14) F 10-10:50A $187 03 1/27-5/5 (14) Sa 10-10:50A $187 No class dates: Sect. 01: 3/2, 3/30; Sect. 02: 3/2, 3/30; Sect. 03: 3/31



formerly “Imagine”

 Activity # 220007 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 3 - 5 Instructor: Cathy Glickman Min/Max: 5/14 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 01 2/2-5/18 (14) F 12:30-1:20P No class dates: Sect. 01: 3/2, 3/30

Fee $187


early childhood Sticky Fingers

Winter Adventures

Your child will have a blast every week discovering how easy and fun it is to cook (and gobble up) tasty, healthy American classics and globally-inspired Sticky Fingers Cooking recipes! Our chefs will reinforce kitchen skills, cooking terminology and fun nutrition facts. Your young chef will benefit from exploring exciting tastes and master culinary skills that will nourish their mind and body!

Young children benefit from exploring nature and experiencing fresh air! This class will participate in winter games and science experiments. They will sprout lettuce that they can take home to share! On days that weather permits they will sled and be thrilled by tracking animals! New students are welcome as well as those who have participated in Spring Planting and Fall Harvest classes!

 Activity # 221201 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sticky Fingers Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/4-2/8 (6) Th 02 2/15-3/29 (7) Th

 Activity # 221308 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 3 1/2 - 5 Instructor: Josette Huffman, Josie Ripkey Min/Max: 8/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1/2-3/27 (12) Tu 12:30-2:15P $205/241 02 1/3-3/28 (13) W 9:30-11:15A $220/275 No class dates: Sect. 01: 2/20

Age: 4 - 5 Min/Max: 8/10 Time 12:30-1:30P 12:30-1:30P

R/NR $145/185 $168/209

Playing with Food Your child will gain information about healthy Extend the foods while touching, chopping, tossing and Day decorating food items. The class will explore how to make a colorful lunch while measuring, scooping, blending and dissecting interesting fruits and vegetables! Your child will bring home healthy recipes to share with the family! Children should bring a sack lunch.

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Media Mania This is a multi-media class which uses water Extend the colors, crayons, colored pencils and more. Day 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 are provided. Children should come dressed for art.

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 Activity # 221203 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 3 1/2 - 5 Instructor: Yvonne Katz Min/Max: 4/10 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1/8-3/26 (9) M 11:15A-12:30P $145/180 No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5

 Activity # 221401 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 4 - 6 Instructor: Mari Krasney Min/Max: 8/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1/8-3/26 (9) M 12:30-2P $150/187 No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5

Let's do Lunch

Art Reunion

Children will learn to cook everyday recipes that they can help you prepare at home! We will even Extend the Day teach them to help you clean up! The children will prepare their favorites such as pizza, macaroni and cheese, grilled cheese and apple pie. They will enjoy eating their creation for lunch. Parents will not have to send lunch or clean up leftovers and lunch boxes. The instructors will focus on food kids love to eat!

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 Activity # 221206 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Lori Filerman, Lisa Addis Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/5-3/23 (12) F

Extend the Day PLAY Programs with the “Extend the Day” logo next to them indicate that children in our Preschool can extend their day of learning. Be on the look out for this throughout the Early Childhood Section.

Age: 3 1/2 - 5 Min/Max: 6/10 Time 11:15A-1:30P

R/NR $229/285

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Students will do multi-media projects, be introduced to charcoal drawing and have free art exploration time. 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!  Activity # 221404 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Mari Krasney Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/2-3/27 (12) Tu BUS No class dates: Sect. 01: 2/20

Age: 5 - 8 Min/Max: 8/12 Time 4-5:15P

R/NR $199/253

Art for 3's and 4's with Lunch Extend the day with lunch and art. After a busy day of Preschool, the art room is the place to eat Extend the Day lunch and relax. It is the perfect introduction to art as we cut, glue and draw after we eat lunch... so bring your lunch!

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 Activity # 221410 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Mari Krasney Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/5-3/23 (12) F

Age: 3 - 4 Min/Max: 8/12 Time 11:15A-12:30P

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Early Childhood - Sports Tumbling Games

Mini Soccer

Three and Four-year-old’s can tumble on mats while enjoying music and movement. There will also be time for games, sport skills and plenty of running around!

This class is a great introduction to the sport of soccer. Basic soccer skills such as running, kicking, passing and game play will be covered. Games will be used to incorporate the skills taught during class in a fun and safe environment.

 Activity # 221311 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Lori Brand Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/4-3/29 (13) Th

Age: 3 - 4 Min/Max: 5/14 Time 9:45-11A

R/NR $173/215

Preschool Rhythmic Gymnastics 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.  Activity # 231113 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 3 - 4 Min/Max: 10/20 Time 12:30-1:15P 12:30-1:15P

Fee $63 $63

Little Dribblers Even future stars have to learn the basics of dribbling, passing, shooting and defensive positioning. Boys and girls will learn teamwork and sportsmanship as they learn the game of basketball. Equipment will be tailor made to ensure success with every participant.  Activity # 231120 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Age: 4 - 6 Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Min/Max: 5/20 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 01 1/8-2/12 (5) M 1:45-2:30P 02 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 9:45-10:30A 03 2/26-3/26 (4) M 1:45-2:30P 04 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa 9:45-10:30A No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15; Sect. 03: 3/5

R/NR $53/65 $63/78 $42/53 $63/78

 Activity # 231121 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Age: 3 - 5 Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Min/Max: 5/20 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 01 1/8-2/12 (5) M 1-1:45P 02 1/5-2/9 (6) F 10:15-11A 03 2/26-3/26 (4) M 1-1:45P 04 2/16-3/23 (6) F 10:15-11A No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15; Sect. 03: 3/5

R/NR $53/65 $63/78 $42/53 $63/78

Tiny Tykes Golf Tiny Tikes is a program specifically designed for children 3 to 5 years old. This program teaches kids the basic fundamentals of golf in a game oriented atmosphere. As US Kids Certified Golf Instructors we are aware of the challenges that come with teaching kids of this age, and have put together a curriculum that keeps kids of all ages engaged and focused through fun and exciting game based activities. We teach the kids the basic fundamentals of chipping, putting, and full swing. This class is designed for an adult to accompany the child for each session.  Activity # 291100 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/7-1/21 (3) Su 02 2/4-2/18 (3) Su

Age: 3 - 5 Min/Max: 4/12 Time 2-3P 2-3P

R/NR $140/171 $140/171

T-Ball Training Learn the basics of batting, base running, catching and throwing. We will concentrate on the fundamentals of game play and have a good time while at it, too! Remember to bring your glove to each class!  Activity # 231122 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 3 - 6 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 11:15A-12P 11:15A-12P

Ice Skating & Hockey offered by Park District of Highland Park

For detailed information on class levels, descriptions, times and prices, please visit us at www.pdhp.org or call Centennial Ice Arena at 847-432-4790. * Deerfield Residents: To receive the Highland Park resident rate for skating classes, Deerfield residents must register in-person at Centennial Ice Arena.

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Early Childhood - Sports T-Ball Skills & Games

Little Kickers Skills & Games

Learn the fundamentals of t-ball to prepare for league play. Learn basic skills used in baseball such as running the bases, throwing, catching and fielding as well as the skills to hit the ball off a tee and maybe live pitching. Exciting drills and games will help children learn about teamwork and good sportsmanship in an atmosphere where participation and fun are top priority. Each child should bring a mitt.

SportsKids Inc. and the Deerfield Park District are excited to offer a program that is designed to teach the basic fundamentals of soccer to prepare your child for league play. The first half of every class will focus on skills development and the last half of every class will be dedicated to playing games to enhance the skills that have been learned. Each child should bring a water bottle.

 Activity # 233108 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/26-3/26 (4) M No class dates: Sect. 01: 3/5

 Activity # 231139 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-2/12 (5) M No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15

Age: 4 - 6 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 5:15-6P

R/NR $42/53

Age: 4 - 6 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 5:15-6P

R/NR $53/65

Pee Wee Floor Hockey

Pee Wee Tumbling & Movement

This class will help your child learn the game of hockey before the skates go on. Drills for stick handling, passing, shooting, and goalie skills as well as team drills will be demonstrated in this class. Your child will enjoy learning the fundamentals and mechanics of this fast paced and super fun game.

Our experienced coaches will introduce boys and girls to tumbling positions, drills and movements such as tuck, straddle, bridge, forward roll and cartwheel. Skill progressions on the low beam will also be taught and practiced. Youngsters will improve balance, increase flexibility, gain strength, enhance motor skills, and develop coordination, all of which will help them in any sport.

 Activity # 231123 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 5 - 8 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 12:30-1:15P 12:30-1:15P

R/NR $63/78 $63/78

Track, Field & Fitness Stars This class gets kids excited about exercise and helps them learn about track and field, one of the oldest sports. Participants learn the fundamentals involved with improving flexibility, proper stretching, body positioning, developing core-strength, improving balance, cool-down techniques and other fitness concepts as they relate to exercising and the jumping, running and throwing skills involved in the sport of track and field.  Activity # 231135 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 4 - 8 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 2-2:45P 2-2:45P

R/NR $63/78 $63/78

Little Gymsters Kids will have a ball as they run, jump, hop, skip, tumble, stretch and play to gain strength and cardio awareness as well as improve motor development, spatial awareness, cognitive ability, socialization and sharing skills. We will do all sorts of gym activities including exercises, bean bag games, relay races and other fitness and sports games.  Activity # 231138 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 3 - 6 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 12:30-1:15P 12:30-1:15P

R/NR $63/78 $63/78

 Activity # 231140 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/3-2/7 (6) W 02 2/14-3/28 (7) W

Age: 4 - 6 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 5-5:45P 5-5:45P

R/NR $63/78 $71/88

Mini Multi-Sport Mania Let's play! Your child will explore the wide world of sports as they participate in a different sport each week, such as t-ball, basketball, soccer, floor hockey and kickball. Children will get a lot of practice with skills through creative and fun drills and games. Don't miss out on the fun!  Activity # 231141 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 4 - 6 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 1:15-2P 1:15-2P

R/NR $63/78 $63/78

Start Smart Golf Level 1 Parents participate in this adult and child combination class. Start Smart Golf teaches parents how to teach kids the basics of golf. Start Smart uses the unique line of fun and developmentally appropriate equipment designed by SNAG golf. Parent participation required in this class.  Activity # 233076 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/7-1/21 (3) Su 02 2/4-2/18 (3) Su 03 3/4-3/18 (3) Su

Age: 5 - 7 Min/Max: 4/12 Time 3-4P 3-4P 3-4P

Winter 2018

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Sarah Hall Theatre Company Little Footlighters

Performers Troupe

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Little Footlighters increases creativity and self-confidence both onstage and off! Through theater games, rehearsal and performance, students develop basic acting skills and rehearsal technique necessary to be successful in performance. Join us this fall as our cast takes to the stage with our original adaptation of: CINDERELLA!  Activity # 242706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Tilford Sect. Date (#cl) Day

Time

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3-4:30P

1/10-3/28 (12)

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Grade: K - 2 Min/Max: 8/20 R/NR $365/405

Mini Footlighters Allow your mini thespian to discover the wonders of performance and play using their body, mind and imagination! Taught by Sarah Tilford, this class will bring out the dramatic spirit of any preschooler through games and story theater. Parents are invited to attend the final class for an informal, fun-filled class demonstration—a perfect fit for your little drama king or queen!  Activity # 242706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Grade: Pre - K Instructor: Sarah Tilford Min/Max: 8/20 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 02 1/8-3/26 (9) M 11:15A-12:30P 03 1/2-3/27 (12) Tu 12:30-1:30P 04 1/3-3/28 (13) W 9:30-10:30A 05 1/4-3/29 (13) Th 12:30-1:30P 06 1/5-3/23 (12) F 11:15A-12:30P No class dates: Sect. 02: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5; Sect. 03: 2/20

Broadway Bound

R/NR $212/274 $221/275 $239/298 $239/298 $281/350

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 Activity # 242706 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Grade: 3-6 Instructor: Stefanie Guggenheim & Sarah Tilford Min/Max: 10/40 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 07 1/9-5/1 (16) Tu BUS 4-5:45P $525/565 Su (some) 1-2:45P

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 Activity # 242706

Tentative show dates: 5/3 & 5/6

Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Grade: 5-8 Instructor: Stefanie Guggenheim & Sarah Tilford Min/Max: 8/40 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time Fee 08 1/11-5/10 (17) Th 6-8:15P $565/605 Su (some) 3-5P

Spotlighters

In this fabulous performance-based class, young actors will get the opportunity to audition, rehearse, and perform a Broadway Jr. musical under the direction of Stefanie Guggenheim & Sarah Tilford. With professional costumes, sets and sound, performers will feel like stars on Broadway! Auditions for the Winter/Spring 2018 musical production, HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL JR. (rights pending), will be conducted during the second class and performances will be held at Caruso Middle School. All students are guaranteed a role in the production, but no particular role. Join us for this fabulous experience that celebrates both the theater process and product!

Tentative show dates: 5/4 & 5/5

Dedicated musical theater students will explore the wonderful world of theatre as they navigate their way through a unique production. This advanced musical theater class taught by Stefanie Guggenheim, focuses on performance, teamwork, dramaturgy, and the purpose of performing. Students will share their full-scale musical production at the end of the session at Caruso Middle School as well as at locations around the community. Any new student must audition for the troupe in order to be accepted. Any prospective student interested in auditioning should email Sarah Hall at info@sarahhalltheatre.com to receive an audition time slot. All accepted troupe members are guaranteed a role in the production, but no particular role.

Join us for this special class that celebrates the process of theater as well as the product. Students will get the opportunity to collaborate on a Broadway Jr. musical that they help co-create. Overseen by director, Sarah Tilford, this class will give actors the opportunity to work together as an ensemble to create a performance experience that they will never forget.  Activity # 242706

Tentative show dates: 5/11 & 5/12

Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Hall, Sarah Tilford Sect. Date (#cl) Day 09 1/22-5/14 (17) M No class dates: Sect. 09: 2/20

Grade: 3-6 Min/Max: 10/20

Time 5:15-6:45P

Winter Break & school days out Theater Camps on page 18 - 19

Fee $513/553


Dance

Deerfield Dance Studio

Deerfield Dance Studio provides professional dance instruction to students ages three through adult. Housed in JPCC, the large mirrored studio is complete with sprung wood floors for the health and safety of the dancers. The Studio’s team of professional teachers maintains a supportive, nurturing environment for all students. For instructor bios., please contact Adam Wohl at 847-572-2621 or email adam@deerfieldparks.org.

Pre- Ballet

Intermediate/Advanced Ballet

Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 3 - 5 Instructor: Rebekah Fontane Min/Max: 3/10  Activity # 252703 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 05 1/9-3/20 (10) Tu 11:15A-12P $158/196 06 1/11-3/22 (11) Th 11:15A-12P $173/216 07 1/13-3/24 (11) Sa 10-10:45A $173/216 08 1/13-3/24 (11) Sa 11-11:45A $173/216 09 1/13-3/24 (11) Sa 12-12:45P $173/216 No class dates: Sect. 05: 2/20

Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 18+ Instructor: Amy Rose Min/Max: 4/12  Activity # 252703 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time Fee 01 1/8-2/12 (6) M 10-11:15A $112 02 2/19-3/19 (5) M 10-11:15A $94 03 1/10-2/14 (6) W 10-11:15A $112 04 2/21-3/21 (5) W 10-11:15A $94

Youth Ballet Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 6 - 10 Instructor: Rebekah Fontane Min/Max: 3/10  Activity # 252703 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 10 1/13-3/24 (11) Sa 1-2P $192/240

ballet Class Attire

Pre-Ballet and Youth Ballet: Pink tights, pink Ballet shoes, any color leotard, Ballet skirt optional, hair pulled back in ponytail or bun, no jewelry.

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Deerfield Park District Registration Form

Fax: 847-945-0699 | Phone: 847-945-0650 register.deerfieldparks.org Mail or Drop Off with payment: 836 Jewett Park Drive, Deerfield IL 60015 If faxed, please do not duplicate by mail

We encourage participation by everyone and provide reasonable accommodations in accordance with ADA standards. If you require program assistance for special needs, check the box to be contacted by our NSSRA Inclusion Liaison, Jeff Nehila. A diagnosis is not necessary. Jeff can also be reached at 847-572-2612 or jeff@deerfieldparks.org.

Participant’s Last Name

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Deerfield Park Foundation Scholarship Fund Donation [Donations are voluntary and tax deductible under the laws of the IRS]

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Proof of Residency Requirements are on the Registration Information page of our brochure. 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.

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martial Arts Taekwondo

Karate

Taekwondo offers benefits for people of all ages and physical abilities to 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.

Youth karate classes will put children in touch with their bodies and offers a good mix of strength training, with cardiovascular and flexibility exercises. Children increase their coordination, agility and poise, as well as learn lasting personal safety skills. They also benefit from the mental stimulation of learning the choreographed moves of the kata and the discipline of conforming to the class rules. Adult classes release tension, develop total body fitness and build stamina and overall productivity! In addition to self-defense skills, karate increases flexibility, cardiovascular endurance and muscle tone, while improving core strength

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: K.H. Kim’s Taekwondo

Min/Max: 4/20

Little Dragons - Age: 4 – 5 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.  Activity # 233036 Sect. Date (#cl) 01 1/2-3/27 (13)

Day Tu

Time 4-4:45P

R/NR $181/221

Early - Age: 6 - 7 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.  Activity # 233036 Sect. Date (#cl) 02 1/2-3/27 (13)

Day Tu

Time 4:45-5:30P

R/NR $181/221

Youth - Age: 8-13 Balanced cardiovascular workout using the Taekwondo tradition. Participants will improve coordination and mental discipline.  Activity # 233036 Sect. Date (#cl) 03 1/2-3/27 (13)

Day Tu

Time 5:35-6:20P

R/NR $181/221

Parent/Child - Age: 7+ with parent 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.  Activity # 233036 Sect. Date (#cl) 04 1/2-3/27 (13)

Day Tu

Time 6:25-7:05P

R/NR $181/221

Teens and Adults - Age: 14+ Restricted to high school students and older, this program concentrates on the study of forms, stances and the skills of punching, kicking and blocking.  Activity # 233036 Sect. Date (#cl) 05 1/2-3/27 (13)

Day Tu

Time 6:25-7:05P

R/NR $181/221

 Activity # 233004 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Il Shotokan Karate Sect. Date (#cl) Day

Time

01

6:30-7:30P

Age: 7 + Min/Max: 15/35 R/NR

Sect. 01: Beg./Novice White-Yellow Belt 1/9-3/27 (12)

Tu

$132/165

Sect. 02: Intermediate Blue-Purple Belt 02

1/9-3/27 (12)

Tu

7:30-8:30P

$132/165

Sect. 03: Advanced Brown-Black Belt 03

1/9-3/27 (12)

Tu

7:30-9P

$174/217

Karate with Parent Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Il Shotokan Karate  Activity # 233004 Sect. Date (#cl) Day

Age: 7 + w/parent Min/Max: 15/35 Time

04

6:30-7:30P $132/165 per person

R/NR

Sect. 04: Beg./Novice White-Yellow Belt 1/9-3/27 (12)

Tu

Sect. 05: Intermediate Blue-Purple Belt 05

1/9-3/27 (12)

Tu

7:30-8:30P $132/165 per person

Sect. 06: Advanced Brown-Black Belt 06

1/9-3/27 (12)

Tu

7:30-9P

$174/217 per person

Self-Defense Training In two hours, we will teach you and your family how to defend yourselves. No previous self defense training is required. Class includes lecture; demonstration; hands-on instruction; scenario-based training; defense against armed and unarmed attackers; single and multiple attackers; standing sitting and ground techniques and rape defense/prevention. Ages 8-11 must sign up with an adult. Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: The Brave Way  Activity # 233046 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/10 (1) W 02 2/12 (1) M 03 3/14 (1) W

Age: 8 + Min/Max: 2/50 Time 7-9P 7-9P 7-9P

Winter 2018

R/NR $34/41 $34/41 $34/41

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Youth & Teen Art Youth Ceramics

Art Lessons

BUS

Richard Cohen teaches basic techniques of hand-building. 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.  Activity # 252601 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Grade: K - 5 Instructor: Richard Cohen Min/Max: 6/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1/8-3/26 (9) M 4-5:30P $171/213 03 1/10-3/28 (12) W BUS 3-4P $152/189 04 1/10-3/28 (12) W 4-5:30P $227/283 05 1/6-3/24 (12) Sa 9:30-11A $227/283 No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5; Sect. 02: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5

Winter Break Ceramics Workshops on page 18 Youth Pottery Wheel Richard Cohen teaches basic techniques of wheel throwing and pottery. We will learn how to use a pottery wheel and different techniques of wheel throwing. Classes are small to provide individual attention and you will work on your own projects at your own pace.  Activity # 252601 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Richard Cohen Sect. Date (#cl) Day 02 1/8-3/26 (9) M 06 1/9-3/27 (11) Tu 07 1/10-3/28 (12) W 08 1/11-3/29 (12) Th 09 1/6-3/24 (12) Sa No class dates: Sect. 06: 2/20

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Grade: 3 - 8 Min/Max: 6/12 Time 5:30-7P 5:30-7P 5:30-7P 5:30-7P 11A-12:30P

Deerfield Park District

R/NR $208/259 $230/286 $250/311 $250/311 $250/311

BUS

You will be introduced 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. A variety of media including charcoal, pencil, watercolor, pen, ink and acrylic will be introduced. You will also learn to observe your surroundings, use your imagination as you increase your awareness of artistic concepts. Please provide your own 22" x 26" art portfolio.  Activity # 252603 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 8 - 15 Instructor: Elaine Silberman Min/Max: 5/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 01 1/6-3/24 (12) Sa 10-11:30A 02 1/6-3/24 (12) Sa 11:30A-1P Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 8 - 15 Instructor: Susie Mason Min/Max: 5/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 03 1/8-3/26 (9) M 4-5:30P 04 1/8-3/26 (9) M 5:30-7P 05 1/11-3/29 (12) Th BUS 4-5:30P 06 1/11-3/29 (12) Th 5:30-7P No class dates: Sect. 03: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5 Sect. 04: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5

Fee $185 $185

Fee $140 $140 $185 $185

Holiday Workshop Learn to create a ceramic heart platter. Students will use techniques learned to complete a heart platter with the design of their choice. This makes a great valentine gift. Parents must attend to help child complete project.  Activity # 252606 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Richard Cohen Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/10 (1) Sa

Age: 5+ Min/Max: 6/10 Time 1-4P

Fee $35


Youth & Teen Culture Youth Piano Lessons

Sticky Fingers Cooking

Alice Rudin has a Master’s degree in music, a Major in Piano and 30 years of experience teaching piano to beginner through advanced students using traditional and Suzuki Methods. Private and semiprivate lessons are available. Following registration instructor will contact you to set up a time.

Students prepare and eat healthy global inspired recipes while learning to cook in a fun, engaging and real world way! Our Chefs will reinforce kitchen skills, cooking terminology and nutrition facts. Each week a wide array of cooking utensils and the freshest ingredients will be used by students to carry out a full recipe. Sticky Fingers Cooking is 100% nut free. We CAN and WILL accommodate ANY and ALL food allergies.

 Activity # 242502 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 3 + Instructor: Alice Rudin Min/Max: 1/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 01 1/2-3/27 (12) Tu 30 minutes 02 1/2-3/20 (11) Tu 45 minutes 03 1/3-3/28 (13) W 30 minutes 04 1/3-3/28 (13) W 45 minutes No class dates: Sect. 01: 2/20; Sect. 02: 2/20

R/NR $409/509 $605/755 $443/552 $655/817

Voice Lessons Do you love to sing? Would you like to improve your sound, learn proper form and techniques? Voice lessons are a great way to build confidence and poise. Each lesson will be tailored to meet your needs and goals. Madeline Morris, MM, Music Education, has been teaching and performing since 1997, and is a member of the Apollo Chorus of Chicago and a former voice student of Anne Marie Ouverson Bice of NU. Private and semi-private lessons are available. Following registration, the instructor will contact you to set up a time.  Activity # 242704 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Madeline Morris

Private

Sect. 01 02 03

Date (#cl) 1/8-3/26 (9) 1/11-3/29 (12) 1/6-3/24 (12)

Day M Th Sa

Age: 5 + Min/Max: 1/12 Time 30 minutes 30 minutes 30 minutes

R/NR $275/342 $365/455 $365/455

Semi-Private

Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 04 1/8-3/26 (9) M 30 minutes $185/230 05 1/11-3/29 (12) Th 30 minutes $245/305 06 1/6-3/24 (12) Sa 30 minutes $245/305 No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5; Sect. 04: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5

Magic Class Learn fascinating card, rope, coin, mind-reading and other tricks from the Magic Team of Gary Kantor. Children are grouped by age and are taught age-appropriate tricks. All materials provided. Each child takes home a magic kit. New tricks each session.  Activity # 252513 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 5 - 12 Instructor: Magic Team of Gary Kantor Min/Max: 5/40 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 01 1/16 (1) Tu 5-5:55P

Fee $20

BUS

 Activity # 241202 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sticky Fingers Cooking Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/10-3/28 (12) W BUS

Chess Club

Grade: K - 5 Min/Max: 8/12 Time 3-4P

R/NR $286/356

BUS

Improve skills, strategies and prepare for tournament opportunities. Instructors have many years of teaching and competing at tournament level chess.  Activity # 252501 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 5 - 12 Instructor: Polina Katsen Min/Max: 4/10 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 01 1/8-3/26 (9) M 6:30-7:30P $140/174 02 1/9-3/27 (11) Tu 6:15-7:15P $170/211 03 1/10-3/28 (12) W 7-8P $185/230 04 1/11-3/29 (12) Th 7-8P $185/230 05 1/6-3/17 (11) Sa 10-11A $185/230 06 1/6-3/17 (11) Sa 11A-12:12P $185/230 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Age: 5 - 12 Instructor: Vladimir Katsen Min/Max: 4/10 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time R/NR 07 1/9-3/27 (11) Tu BUS 4-5P $170/211 08 1/10-3/28 (12) W BUS 3-4P $185/230 09 1/11-3/29 (12) Th BUS 4-5P $185/230 No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19, 3/5; Sect. 02: 2/20; Sect. 07: 2/20

Babysitting Clinic 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.  Activity # 252503 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Sarah Beckmann Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/13-1/27 (3) Sa 02 3/10-3/24 (3) Sa

Age: 11 - 14 Min/Max: 5/12 Time 10A-12P 10A-12P

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R/NR $132/164 $132/164

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Youth & Teen Sports Indoor Family Archery Clinic

Archery

Bring the entire family each week for 45 minutes of archery fun! You and your family members will meet new friends while learning the parts of an arrow and recurve bow, the basics of using a recurve bow, a nationally recognized beginner’s 9-step to the 10 ring progression method, and fundamental shooting skills from an experienced instructor. Bows, arrows, and targets are furnished.

Learn shooting form, scoring, how to compete, and how to compete like a champion! Learn to shoot Olympic style archery. Equipment provided.

 Activity # 233023 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 6+ with an adult Min/Max: 5/20 Time R/NR 2-2:45P $63/78 2-2:45P $63/78

Teen Yoga 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.  Activity # 222501 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/2-2/6 (6) Tu

Youth

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/3-2/7 (6) W 04 2/14-3/21 (6) W

High School

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 02 1/3-2/7 (6) W 05 2/14-3/21 (6) W

Adult

Age: 12 + Min/Max: 5/15 Time 6-7P

 Activity # 233050

R/NR $84/102

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 03 1/3-2/7 (6) W 06 2/14-3/21 (6) W

Age: 8 - 12 Min/Max: 5/12 Time 4-5P 4-5P

Fee $94 $94 Age: 13 - 18 Min/Max: 5/12

Time 5:15-6:15P 5:15-6:15P

Fee $94 $94

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 5/12 Time 6:30-7:30P 6:30-7:30P

Fee $94 $94

Beginning Rhythmic Gymnastics

Advanced Rhythmic Gymnastics

If you like music, dance, tumbling, and creativity, you have to try rhythmic gymnastics. Perform routines to music using hand apparatus such as ribbons, balls, hoops, ropes and clubs. Attire: leotards or basic dance clothes. Hair should be pulled back from the face and neck.

Gymnasts will continue to learn basic body positions and apparatus handling, adding skills as they are mastered. Girls will improve flexibility and confidence. Instructor approval required prior to registration.

 Activity # 231114 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-2/12 (6) M 02 2/19-3/26 (6) M 03 1/2-2/6 (6) Tu 04 2/13-3/27 (7) Tu 05 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 06 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 5 - 10 Min/Max: 10/20 Time 5-6P 5-6P 4-5P 4-5P 11A-12P 11A-12P

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Fee $102 $102 $102 $118 $102 $102

 Activity # 231116 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/4-2/8 (6) Th 02 2/15-3/22 (6) Th

Age: 5 - 18 Min/Max: 10/20 Time 6-7:15P 6-7:15P

Fee $120 $120


Youth & Teen Heading Sports Baseball & Softball Clinic

Lacrosse Clinic

Prepare for the upcoming baseball and softball seasons. This clinic provides comprehensive experiences in baseball and softball. Infield, outfield, hitting, base running, throwing, pitching, and catching are all segments of this clinic. Daily drills that are the same as well as unique to both of these sports are taught. Segments for different positions are explored. Games are played every day.

Come participate in this fast-paced and exciting sport and prepare for league play! This clinic will cover various lacrosse techniques, including cradling, scooping, passing, catching, shooting, and goalie skills. Young players will learn the grip, wrist and arm action, stick position and other basic principles needed to perform these techniques. We will stress the importance of discipline and teamwork as it equates to success in the game of Lacrosse. Each child should bring a mouth guard to the clinic. Lacrosse sticks will be provided.

 Activity # 233012 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/14-3/28 (7) W

Age: 7 - 12 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 4-5P

R/NR $95/118

Pegasus FC Futsal The Pegasus FC Futsal class will introduce players to the exciting game of indoor small sided soccer. In a street soccer environment players will learn foot skills, close control, quick passing and sharp shooting. Throughout the sessions creative and imaginative play is encouraged to develop skillful and confident players.  Activity # 233015 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Pegasus FC Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/4-2/8 (6) Th 02 2/15-3/29 (6) Th No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, 2/19

Age: 7 - 9 Min/Max: 6/30 Time 5:30-6:30P 5:30-6:30P

R/NR $80/100 $93/115

Beginner Junior Tumbling Start out learning tumbling the proper way to perform forward and backward rolls, handstands, bridges, and cartwheels. Our objectives for your child are to learn proper skills safely as well as improve balance, flexibility, coordination and strength. This class is a great way to have an introduction to tumbling and to open the door to gymnastics possibilities.  Activity # 233020 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/3-2/7 (6) W 02 2/14-3/28 (7) W

Age: 7 - 10 Min/Max: 5/16 Time 6:15-7P 6:15-7P

R/NR $63/78 $71/88

Jr. Floor Hockey Clinic Check out this popular indoor game. Enjoy the fast-pace of real hockey, but on a solid surface. We will learn the fundamentals and mechanics of floor hockey. Program will include: stick handling, passing, shooting as well as team drills. A variety of games will be played in every class.  Activity # 233048 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-2/12 (5) M No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15

Age: 5 - 8 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 4:15-5:15P

R/NR $70/88

 Activity # 233043 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/3-2/7 (6) W

Age: 6 - 10 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 4-5P

R/NR $81/101

Hitting & Pitcher/Catcher Techniques Prepare for the upcoming baseball and softball seasons. Swing analysis, live pitching and other techniques are a part of this program. The advanced, intermediate and beginner hitters can all benefit from this step-by-step approach to learning. Pitchers work on the form needed to increase the speed of the fastball and protect their throwing arm. Boys learn the rocker step for pitching as well as various age appropriate grips. Girls learn the windmill form of pitching and different grips. Catchers are taught how to help get strike calls for their team. Bring a mitt, bat and labeled water bottle.  Activity # 233010 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa 02 2/17-3/24 (6) Sa

Age: 7 - 10 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 1:15-2P 1:15-2P

R/NR $63/78 $63/78

Pegasus FC Soccer Skills The Pegasus FC Soccer Skills class is a fun, energetic soccer program run by the professional highly certified coaches from the Pegasus FC Travel Soccer Club. Whether your child is new to soccer or has already developed a love of the game, our age appropriate curriculum will allow all players to have fun developing their soccer skills. The fundamental techniques of dribbling, passing, shooting and defending will be taught during skill-based activities and smallsided scrimmages.  Activity # 233003 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Pegasus FC Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/4-2/8 (6) Th 02 2/15-3/29 (7) Th

Age: 4 - 6 Min/Max: 6/30 Time 4:30-5:30P 4:30-5:30P

R/NR $80/100 $93/115

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Youth & Teen Sports Jr. Jammers & Ballers Clinic

Middle School Cycle/Jungle Gym

Prepare your child for basketball league play with this exciting and useful class. Boys and girls will work on dribbling, passing, shooting, and rebounding as well as learn about teamwork and sportsmanship. Participants will also be introduced to the proper defensive stance and experience defensive drills as they learn the game of basketball. Games will be played each week so that participants can apply the skills learned.

Get the best of both worlds with this class. A 30-minute Indoor Cycling class is combined with 30 minutes of Jungle Gym Suspension Training. This is sure to be a challenging, full body workout.

 Activity # 233057 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/26-3/26 (4) M No class dates: Sect. 01: 3/5

Age: 5 - 8 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 4:15-5:15P

R/NR $56/71

Junior Paddle Tennis Deerfield Park District is teaming up with Tennaqua Swim and Racquet Club to offer Paddle Tennis. Lessons are held on Tennaqua’s outdoor paddle courts at their Deerfield facility, however, registration is through the Deerfield Park District. This is a fall and winter sport no matter what your skill level. Learn paddle skill, play games and have a pizza.  Activity # 233070 Location: Tennaqua Swim/Racket Club Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/12 (1) F 03 2/16 (1) F Location: Tennaqua Swim/Racket Club Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 02 1/12 (1) F 04 2/16 (1) F

Age: 5 - 7 Min/Max: 4/10 Time 5-6:30P 5-6:30P Age: 8 - 15 Min/Max: 4/10 Time 5-6:30P 5-6:30P

Fee $32 $32 Fee $32 $32

Winter Junior Tee Level Taught by our LPGA and PGA Professionals, this program develops a junior golfer’s basic knowledge and technique in all aspects of the game: full swing, putting and chipping. Continued education throughout the off season is a great way for any junior golfer to prepare for the spring season. Participants completing this section are encouraged to enroll in the Junior Golf 1/2 Day or Full Day Camps and the PGA Junior League.  Activity # 285002 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/5-3/28 (16) M,W

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Age: 8 - 12 Min/Max: 4/8 Time 4-5P

Deerfield Park District

Fee $350

 Activity # 292803 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/2-2/6 (6) Tu

Grade: 6 - 8 Min/Max: 5/20 Time 4:30-5:30P

R/NR $90/120

Jungle Gym 101 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.  Activity # 292807 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-2/12 (6) M 02 1/3-2/7 (6) W 03 1/6-2/10 (6) Sa

Grade: 6 - 8 Min/Max: 5/8 Time 5:30-6:30P 7-8P 8-9A

R/NR $90/120 $120/150 $120/150

Start Smart Golf Level 2 Parents continue to participate in this adult and child combination class. Level 2 builds upon the basics taught in the Level 1 class and expands on the technique of full swing, chipping, and putting. Junior sized golf clubs are introduced to the students using fun and developmentally appropriate learning methods.  Activity # 233077 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/7-1/21 (3) Su 02 2/4-2/18 (3) Su 03 3/4-3/18 (3) Su

Age: 5 - 8 Min/Max: 4/12 Time 4-5P 4-5P 4-5P

R/NR $130/161 $130/161 $130/161


Youth & Teen Sports Youth Volleyball Join our energized co-ed class that teaches participants the fundamentals of volleyball. Boys and girls will learn skills such as bumping, hitting, setting, serving, passing, spiking and blocking through challenging and exciting drills. Games will be played to work on good sportsmanship and teamwork as well to teach participants.  Activity # 233085 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Age: 8 - 12 Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Min/Max: 5/20 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time 01 1/8-2/12 (5) M 6:15-7:15P 02 2/26-3/26 (4) M 6:15-7:15P No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15, Sect. 02: 3/5

R/NR $70/88 $56/71

Yoga for Athletes This class is designed specifically with athletes in mind. Stretching is critical for flexibility and maintaining full range of motion. This specially designed yoga class for athletes will enhance their current training and exercise program.  Activity # 252709 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/3-2/7 (6) W

Age: 14 + Min/Max: 6/12 Time 6-7P

R/NR $84/102

After School Transportation

After School Busing to Jewett Park Community Center

To meet the growing needs of the community for after school recreation, Deerfield Park District will now offer busing from Walden, Kipling, South Park and Wilmot Schools to Jewett Park Community Center for after school programs. Find the programs in the Early Childhood, Youth & Teen, Dance and Theater sections with the bus logo next to them. Participants for the bus shuttle will meet with the After School Club Program at your school until the shuttle arrives. Pick-ups begin at Walden, Kipling, South Park and then Wilmot Schools. To participate in After School Busing, participant must be signing up for a program at Jewett Park Community Center. Look for this symbol BUS next to the section for busing availability. Must indicate both the program activity number and busing activity number on the registration form.  Activity # 291600 Sect. Date (#wks) Day Pick-up Time Fee 01 1/9-3/27 (11) Tu staring at 3:25 PM * $83 02 1/10-3/28 (12) W starting at 2:25 PM * $90 03 1/11-3/29 (12) Th starting at 3:25 PM * $90 *Pick-up route begins at Walden  Kipling  South Park  Wilmot Schools and ends at Jewett Park Community Center. No shuttle dates: Sect. 01: 2/20

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Affiliate organizations

Deerfield Youth Baseball and Softball Association (DYBA)

Visit DYBA.com to sign your kids up, volunteer to coach, find leagues for yourself and discover why DYBA and DYSBA form the North Shore’s strongest community-based baseball and softball organization. For more than 60 years, DYBA and DYSBA have been a part of the fabric of Deerfield, Bannockburn, Riverwoods and the surrounding communities. Three generations of families continue to participate in DYBA activities throughout the year. Games, practices and special events promote, teach and develop physical skills, mental strength and high moral character. The diamond is a great place to learn and develop skills and make friendships that last a lifetime. DYBA and DYSBA offer spring and summer house leagues for all ages – preschool through post-college years, as well as a fall league for T-Ballers. Plus, the organization’s travel teams include programming around the year and games throughout the spring and summer. Celebrating the spirit of community, DYBA and DYSBA host a collection of tournaments and events that showcase the desire many have to carry on the organization’s tradition of excellence. Learn more at DYBA.com and start creating memories of a lifetime for you and your children.

Coho Swim Club

The COHO Swim Club is a developmental and competitive swimming club. COHO is a sponsored organization of the Deerfield Park District and an affiliated organization of 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. For details, see Coho Swim Club pages in this guide.

Deerfield Family Theater

Deerfield Family Theater is a sponsored program of the Deerfield Park District providing familyfriendly entertainment since the start of the millennium! Auditions for Deerfield Family Theater performances are typically held in August, with shows presented in November. For more information about this program, contact Deerfield Park District Program Manager Mark Woolums at 847-572-2623 or mark@deerfieldparks.org. Check us out online at www.deerfieldfamilytheater.com.

Affiliate/Sponsored Groups Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association (NSSRA) provides and facilitates year-round recreation and leisure opportunities for children, teens and adults with disabilities who live in 13 northern suburban communities including Deerfield.

American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO)

Deerfield Scampers (Camping Club)

Big Band Sound of Deerfield

Deerfield Youth Baseball Association (DYBA)

Serving over 1,500 individuals with disabilities, NSSRA participants range in age from preschoolers, youth and teens through young adults, adults and seniors. NSSRA has nearly 600 recreation, sport, cultural, social and leisure offerings available throughout the year, creating new experiences, opportunities for skill development, leisure time, and most importantly, friendship.

Coho Swim Club

NSSRA’s Inclusion support option provides individuals with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy full participation in partner agency programs while receiving the individualized one-on-one support they need to succeed. Through its programs and services, NSSRA removes the barriers that might prevent an individual with disabilities from full participation in the fun and richness of experience that life has to offer.

847-475-3830

For information on Inclusion services or to make arrangements for accommodation, contact Deerfield’s NSSRA Inclusion Liaison, Linda Anderson, at (847) 572-2615 or lindaa@deerfieldparks.org.

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Deerfield Park District

847-571-5267 847-446-9496 847-945-0650

Deerfield Area Historical Society

847-948-0680

Deerfield Bridge Club Deerfield Community Concert Band

847-680-7687

Deerfield Family Theater

847-945-0650

Deerfield Recyclers Square Dance Club

847-945-4924

815-564-9384

847-975-2298

Falcons Hockey Association

847-858-7818

Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association (NSSRA)

847-509-9400

Pegasus FC Soccer

847-533-9145

Young Warriors Football

847-948-0927


Deerfield AYSO

Affiliate organizations Heading

www.deerfieldayso.org AYSO (Area Youth Soccer Association) was established in the Los Angeles area in 1964 with nine teams. Today, AYSO is a national organization with 50,000 teams and over 500,000 players. AYSO works because of dedicated volunteers committed to the six AYSO Philosophies: Everyone Plays® Our program’s goal is for kids to play soccer so we mandate that every player on every team must play at least 50 percent of every game. It’s no fun to spend the game on the bench... and that’s no way to learn soccer! Balanced Teams Each year we form new teams as evenly balanced as possible because it’s more fun and a better learning experience when teams of similar ability play. It allows for each player to gain the experience of a wide variety of teammates of different skill levels. Open Registration Our program is open to all children who want to register and play soccer. Interest and enthusiasm are the only criteria for playing. There are no elimination try-outs and nobody gets cut. Positive Coaching Encouragement of player effort provides for greater enjoyment for the players and leads to better-skilled and better-motivated players. A coach can be one of the most influential people in a child’s life, so AYSO requires they create a positive experience for every boy and girl.

Young Warriors Youth Football

Young Warriors tackle football program for grades 4-8 concentrates on football basics, with emphasis on instruction and fundamentals. Practice begins August 10 and is held five days per week, 5:30-7:30 PM, through August 31. When school begins, practice is reduced to three evenings a week until the end of the season. Games will be played on Sundays at Deerfield High School and on the fields of other league members. (This is a traveling league; half the games are played at opponents’ fields in September and October.) Teams will be formed based on players’ grade and weight. All participants must have a completed medical history form signed by a licensed physician. The Young Warriors program will furnish helmets, shoulder pads and jerseys. Other equipment is the responsibility of the player. There will be state-certified trainers onsite during all games. The Young Warriors organization is a member of the Central Suburban Youth Football Association which includes Northbrook, Glenview, Wilmette, Evanston, Winnetka, Morton Grove, Kenilworth, Vernon Hills, Lake Forest and Highland Park. Young Warriors is a not for profit and all volunteer organization. Registration is held in May at the Young Warrior Football Association building behind Caruso Middle School. For dates and more information, call 847-948-0927 between 6 and 9:30 PM or check the website: youngwarriorsfootball.com. If you miss the May registration, forms can be downloaded from the website, filled out and sent to P.O. Box 7011, Deerfield IL 60015.

Good Sportsmanship We strive to create a positive environment based on mutual respect rather than a win-at-all-costs attitude, and our program is designed to instill good sportsmanship in every facet of AYSO. Player Development We believe that all players should be able to develop their soccer skills and knowledge to the best of their abilities, both individually and as members of a team, in order to maximize their enjoyment of the game.

AYSO EXTRA The AYSO EXTRA Program is designed to provide a more challenging level of play for those players who possess the appropriate interest, skills and abilities and to enhance each player’s experience and individual growth through the game of soccer while retaining the spirit and organization of AYSO. The goal of EXTRA is to strengthen AYSO by retaining players and volunteers in additional programs operated under the AYSO philosophies. EXTRA is not designed to overshadow or harm the standard primary program. Players must participate in the standard AYSO primary program to be eligible for the EXTRA program. The EXTRA program involves two additional weekly training sessions, one utilizing professional trainers and one utilizing volunteer team coaches, and one additional, challenging game against other local north suburban EXTRA teams. All EXTRA teams compete in a tournament at the end of the season. For more information, visit www.deerfieldayso.org.

Pegasus FC Soccer

With 30+ Years of Travel Soc­cer Excellence, 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. The mission of Pegasus is to develop young players to their fullest potential and to help them understand and enjoy the game of soccer. We endeavor to promote confi­ dence and self esteem through emphasis on individual skill development, the spirit of teamwork, and sportsmanship in a positive competitive atmosphere. For our competitive players, the soccer year has a fall season (August 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. Pegasus Soccer Club teams have had a long history of success, from league play to tournaments to cups at the state and regional levels. 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. 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.PegasusFC.org, e-mail us at info@PegasusFC.org or call us at 874-533-9145.

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Camps - Registration Info Camper’s Grade

Children must be entering the grade of the camp by 9/1/18.

Fees and Deposits

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’t be prorated to accommodate vacations. Please see camp chart for deposit amount.

Camp Payment Plan

A camp payment plan is again offered for the 2018 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 February, March, April, May and June of 2018. Please be aware that this is the only payment plan that will be offered for camp fees. If using the Camp Payment Plan, all camp fees must be paid in full by June 15 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 26, 2018.

Camp Sites

Summer camp locations listed in this brochure may change due to Deerfield public school scheduling. We will advise if changes occur.

Parent Manual

Parent manuals will be mailed the first week of April which will include detailed information about your child’s camp participation. It will provide specific directions on how to complete, online, your child’s health history, allergy action plan and buddy request (if allowed).

Camp Lottery & Registration

Resident/Nonresident mail-in, drop-off and fax deadline for the Summer Camp Lottery (received—not postmarked): Friday, January 5, 2018, by 5 PM Walk-in registration begins: Monday, January 15, 2018, 9 AM. Any registration received after 5 PM on January 5 will not be processed as part of the lottery and will be held until after walk-in registration on Monday, January 15. For details about the lottery registration procedures, please see the Lottery Registration Information on page 84 of this brochure.

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Deerfield Park District

No Camps on July 4th

Resident & Special School District #109 & #113 Rates Resident rates will apply to those who live within the Park District boundaries. If a participant does not live within the park district boundaries but enrolls in a program that is held at a District 109 or 113 school and they reside in that school district, then they pay the resident rate.

Registration Process

When registering for our Day Camps, please use the regular Park District registration form. Registration for our general winter programs is in December. Lottery for day camp registration is 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 or total payment with your registration form. Your full payment for all sessions of all camps is due on April 20, 2018 unless you are on a Camp Payment Plan.

Camp Refund Policy

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. 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. For more information, please call the registration office at 847-945-0650.

Camp Information Meetings

Little Scampers, #1 Camp, Pathfinders, Trailblazers, Explorers, Stage & Screen, Sports Camps, Art Camp Friday, June 15, 9 – 11 am

Meet staff and get your questions answered.

So Big Camp

Location: Specific Camp Sites

Friday, June 15, 10:30 – 11:30 am Format: Open house for parents and kids

Friday, June 15, 9 am – Noon Format: Individual Parent Meetings

Sun ‘n’ Fun

More information will be provided prior to the meetings.


summer Camps CODE

CAMP

AGE

DATE/#WKS.

DAYS

TIME

LOCATION

SWIM

R/NR

DEPOSIT

424001-01

So Big Camp

3 yrs.

6/18 - 8/1(7)

M/W

9:15A - 12:45P

JPCC

No

$714/856

$100

424001-02

So Big Camp

3 yrs.

6/19 - 8/2 (7)

Tu/Th

9:15A - 12:45P

JPCC

No

$714/856

$100

424001-03

So Big Camp

3 yrs.

6/19 - 8/2 (7)

T-Th

9:15A - 12:45P

JPCC

No

$1018/1221

$100

424001-04

So Big Camp

3 yrs.

6/18 - 8/2 (7)

M-Th

9:15A - 12:45P

JPCC

No

$1372/1645

$100

424002-01

Sun’n’Fun

4 yrs.

6/18 - 8/3 (7)

M-F

9A - 1P

JPCC

No*

$1226/1470

$100

424002-02

Sun’n’Fun

4 yrs.

6/18 - 8/2 (7)

M-Th

9A - 1P

JPCC

No*

$975/1169

$100

424002-03

Sun’n’Fun

4 yrs.

6/19 - 8/2 (7)

Tu-Th

9A - 1P

JPCC

No*

$723/867

$100

424003-01

Little Scampers (5-day)

Gr. K

6/18 - 8/3 (7)

M-F

9:15A - 2:30P

Kipling

Yes - I

$1428/1713

$100

424003-02

Little Scampers (5-day)

Gr. K

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

9:15A - 2:30P

Kipling

Yes - I

$591/708

$50

424003-03

Little Scampers (5-day)

Gr. K

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

9:15A - 2:30P

Kipling

Yes - I

$842/1009

$50

424003-04

Little Scampers (3-day)

Gr. K

6/19 - 8/2 (7)

Tu-Th

9:15A - 2:30P

JPCC

Yes - I

$985/1181

$100

424003-05

Little Scampers (5-day)

Gr. K

6/18 - 8/3 (7)

M-F

9:15A - 2:30P

JPCC

Yes - I

$1428/1713

$100

424004-01

#1 Camp (5-day)

Gr. 1

6/18 - 8/3 (7)

M-F

9:15A - 2:30P

Wilmot

Yes - I

$1337/1603

$100

424004-02

#1 Camp (5-day)

Gr. 1

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

9:15A - 2:30P

Wilmot

Yes - I

$553/663

$50

424004-03

#1 Camp (5-day)

Gr. 1

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

9:15A - 2:30P

Wilmot

Yes - I

$788/945

$50

424004-04

#1 Camp (4-day)

Gr. 1

6/18 - 8/2 (7)

M-Th

9:15A - 2:30P

Walden

Yes - I

$1203/1443

$100

424004-05

#1 Camp (3-day)

Gr. 1

6/19 - 8/2 (7)

Tu-Th

9:15A - 2:30P

Walden

Yes - I

$895/1073

$100

424004-06

#1 Camp (5-day)

Gr. 1

6/18 - 8/3 (7)

M-F

9:15A - 2:30P

Walden

Yes - I

$1337/1603

$100

454001-01

Pathfinders

Gr. 2

6/18 - 8/3 (7)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Kipling

Yes - I

$1243/1491

$100

454001-02

Pathfinders I

Gr. 2

6/18- 7/6 (3)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Kipling

Yes - I

$515/617

$50

454001-03

Pathfinders II

Gr. 2

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Kipling

Yes - I

$733/879

$50

454001-04

Pathfinders (4-day)

Gr. 2

6/18 - 8/2 (7)

M-Th

8:45A - 2:45P

Kipling

Yes - I

$1026/1225

$100

454002-01

Trailblazers

Gr. 3-4

6/18 - 8/3 (7)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - I

$1243/1491

$100

454002-02

Trailblazers I

Gr. 3-4

6/18- 7/6 (3)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - I

$515/617

$50

454002-03

Trailblazers II

Gr. 3-4

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - I

$733/879

$50

454002-04

Trailblazers

Gr. 3-4

7/9 - 7/13 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - I

$250/299

$50

454002-05

Trailblazers

Gr. 3-4

7/16 - 7/20 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - I

$250/299

$50

454002-06

Trailblazers

Gr. 3-4

7/23 - 7/27 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - I

$250/299

$50

454002-07

Trailblazers

Gr. 3-4

7/30 - 8/3 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - I

$250/299

$50

454007-01

Art Sampler Camp I

Gr. 3-9

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

9:30A - 3P

JPCC

Yes - F

$838/1005

$50

454007-02

Art Sampler Camp II

Gr. 3-9

7/9 - 7/27 (3)

M-F

9:30A - 3P

JPCC

Yes - F

$898/1077

$50

454003-01

Explorers I

Gr. 5-8

6/18- 7/6 (3)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - F

$443/531

$50

454003-02

Explorers II

Gr. 5-8

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - F

$631/756

$50

454003-03

Explorers

Gr. 5-8

7/9-7/13 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - F

$218/261

$50

454003-04

Explorers

Gr. 5-8

7/16 - 7/20 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - F

$218/261

$50

454003-05

Explorers

Gr. 5-8

7/23 - 7/27 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - F

$218/261

$50

454003-06

Explorers

Gr. 5-8

7/30- 8/3 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Walden

Yes - F

$218/261

$50

454005-01

Stage and Screen

Gr. 4-9

6/11 - 7/27 (7)

M-F

9:30A - 3:15P

Caruso

Yes - F

$1780/2135

$100

454008-01

Counselors-in-Training I

14-15 yrs. 6/18- 7/6 (3)

M-F

8:30A - 3P

TBD

No

$119/142

Full

454008-02

Counselors-in-Training II

14-15 yrs. 7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

8:30A - 3P

TBD

No

$166/198

Full

434001-01

Rookie Sports Camp I

Gr. 1-2

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

9A - 2:45P

Wilmot

Yes - I

$662/793

$50

434001-02

Rookie Sports Camp II

Gr. 1-2

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

9A - 2:45P

Wilmot

Yes - I

$943/1131

$50

434002-01

Girls Sports Camp I

Gr. 3-5

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

9A - 3P

Kipling

Yes - F

$526/630

$50

434002-02

Girls Sports Camp II

Gr. 3-5

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

9A - 3P

Kipling

Yes - F

$750/899

$50

434002-03

Girls Sports Camp

Gr. 3-5

7/9 - 7/13 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Kipling

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434002-04

Girls Sports Camp

Gr. 3-5

7/16 - 7/20 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Kipling

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

* optional swim lessons available after Sun’n’Fun Camp

I - Instructional Swim Lessons

F - Free Swim

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Summer Camps CODE

CAMP

AGE

DATE/#WKS.

DAYS

TIME

LOCATION

SWIM

R/NR

DEPOSIT

434002-05

Girls Sports Camp

Gr. 3-5

7/23 - 7/27 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Kipling

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434002-06

Girls Sports Camp

Gr. 3-5

7/30 - 8/3 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Kipling

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434003-01

Boys Sports Camp I

Gr. 3

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$526/630

$50

434003-02

Boys Sports Camp II

Gr. 3

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$750/899

$50

434003-03

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 3

7/9 - 7/13 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434003-04

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 3

7/16 - 7/20 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434003-05

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 3

7/23 - 7/27 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434003-06

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 3

7/30 - 8/3 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434004-01

Boys Sports Camp I

Gr. 4

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$526/630

$50

434004-02

Boys Sports Camp II

Gr. 4

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$750/899

$50

434004-03

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 4

7/9 - 7/13 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434004-04

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 4

7/16 - 7/20 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434004-05

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 4

7/23 - 7/27 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434004-06

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 4

7/30 - 8/3 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

DHS

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434005-01

Boys Sports Camp I

Gr. 5

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Walden

Yes - F

$526/630

$50

434005-02

Boys Sports Camp II

Gr. 5

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Walden

Yes - F

$750/899

$50

434005-03

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 5

7/9 - 7/13 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Walden

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434005-04

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 5

7/16 - 7/20 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Walden

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434005-05

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 5

7/23 - 7/27 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Walden

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434005-06

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 5

7/30 - 8/3 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Walden

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434006-01

Boys Sports Camp I

Gr. 6

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$526/630

$50

434006-02

Boys Sports Camp II

Gr. 6

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$750/899

$50

434006-03

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 6

7/9 - 7/13 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434006-04

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 6

7/16 - 7/20 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434006-05

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 6

7/23 - 7/27 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434006-06

Boys Sports Camp

Gr. 6

7/30 - 8/3 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434007-01

Middle School Girls I

Gr. 6-8

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Shepard

Yes - F

$605/725

$50

434007-02

Middle School Girls II

Gr. 6-8

7/9 - 7/27 (3)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Shepard

Yes - F

$648/777

$50

434007-03

Middle School Girls

Gr. 6-8

7/9 - 7/13 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Shepard

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434007-04

Middle School Girls

Gr. 6-8

7/16 - 7/20 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Shepard

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434007-05

Middle School Girls

Gr. 6-8

7/23 - 7/27 (1)

M-F

8:45A - 2:45P

Shepard

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434008-01

Middle School Boys I

Gr. 7-8

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$605/725

$50

434008-02

Middle School Boys II

Gr. 7-8

7/9 - 7/27 (3)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$648/777

$50

434008-03

Middle School Boys

Gr. 7-8

7/9 - 7/13 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434008-04

Middle School Boys

Gr. 7-8

7/16 - 7/20 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

434008-05

Middle School Boys

Gr. 7-8

7/23 - 7/27 (1)

M-F

9A - 3P

Caruso

Yes - F

$255/305

$50

454009-01

Ext. Camp Care AM

Gr. K-8

6/18 - 8/3 (7)

M-F

7:30A - 9:30A

JPCC

No

$405/485

Full

454009-02

Ext. Camp Care AM I

Gr. K-8

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

7:30A - 9:30A

JPCC

No

$170/203

Full

454009-03

Ext. Camp Care AM II

Gr. K-8

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

7:30A - 9:30A

JPCC

No

$240/287

Full

454009-04

Ext. Camp Care PM

Gr. K-8

6/18 - 8/3 (7)

M-F

2:30P - 6P

JPCC

No

$405/485

Full

454009-05

Ext. Camp Care PM I

Gr. K-8

6/18 - 7/6 (3)

M-F

2:30P - 6P

JPCC

No

$170/203

Full

454009-06

Ext. Camp Care PM II

Gr. K-8

7/9 - 8/3 (4)

M-F

2:30P - 6P

JPCC

No

$240/287

Full

454010-01

Extra Added Attraction

Gr. K-2

8/6 - 8/10 (1)

M-F

7:30A - 6P

JPCC

Yes - F

$301/360

$50

454010-03

Extra Added Attraction

Gr. K-2

8/13 - 8/17 (1)

M-F

7:30A - 6P

JPCC

Yes - F

$301/360

$50

454010-02

Extra Added Attraction

Gr. 3-5

8/6 - 8/10 (1)

M-F

7:30A - 6P

JPCC

Yes - F

$301/360

$50

454010-04

Extra Added Attraction

Gr. 3-5

8/13 - 8/17 (1)

M-F

7:30A - 6P

JPCC

Yes - F

$301/360

$50

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I - Instructional Swim Lessons

F - Free Swim


Summer camps So Big Camp

Little Scampers

Transition from home to a day camp setting. 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 send a sack lunch and drink with your camper each day.

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.

 Activity # 424001 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-8/1 (7) M,W 02 6/19-8/2 (7) Tu,Th 03 6/19-8/2 (7) Tu-Th 04 6/18-8/2 (7) M-Th No class dates: Sect. 01, 03, 04: 7/4

Age: 3 by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 2/5 Time 9:15A-12:45P 9:15A-12:45P 9:15A-12:45P 9:15A-12:45P

R/NR $714/856 $714/856 $1018/1221 $1372/1645

Sun ‘N’ Fun

 Activity # 424003 Location: Kipling School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 02 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 03 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 04 6/19-8/2 (7) Tu-Th 05 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01, 02, 04, 05: 7/4

Grade: K by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/30 Time R/NR 9:15A-2:30P $1428/1713 9:15A-2:30P $591/708 9:15A-2:30P $842/1009 Grade: Pre-K Min/Max: 10/30 Time R/NR 9:15A-2:30P $985/1181 9:15A-2:30P $1428/1713

Sun ‘N’ Fun features lots of outdoor play, including sand and water activities, outdoor games and crafts and trips to the wading pool 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. Bus service is included between Sun ‘N’ Fun and Learn to Swim.  Activity # 424002 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 02 6/18-8/2 (7) M-Th 03 6/19-8/2 (7) Tu-Th No class dates: Sect. 01, 02, 03: 7/4

Age: 4 by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/30 Time 9A-1P 9A-1P 9A-1P

R/NR $1226/1470 $975/1169 $723/867

Learn to Swim Sun & Fun Camp Learn to Swim is an optional add-on to Sun ‘N’ Fun. Your child will be transported by bus to Sachs Recreation Center for 30-minute swimming lessons. Lessons will focus on the four key strokes in swimming, as well as water skills like going underwater, blowing bubbles, floats, glides, and diving for objects. In an effort to give all campers an opportunity, each child may register for only one session of swimming. On June 15th if there are additional openings, a child may register for a second session.  Activity # 464501 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/25-8/1 (6) M,W 02 6/26-8/2 (6) Tu,Th No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Age: 4 by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/24 Time 1:30-2P 1:30-2P

R/NR $176/219

No Camps on July 4th

$176/219

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No Camps on July 4th

#1 Camp 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 #1 on their summer fun list! Three exciting trips are planned.  Activity # 424004 Location: Wilmot Elementary Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 02 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 03 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F

Grade: 1st by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/30 Time R/NR 9:15A-2:30P $1337/1603 9:15A-2:30P $553/663 9:15A-2:30P $788/945

Location: Walden School Grade: 1st by 9/1/18 Instructor: Staff - TBA Min/Max: 10/30 Sect. Date (#wks) Day Time R/NR 04 6/18-8/2 (7) M-Th 9:15A-2:30P $1203/1443 05 6/19-8/2 (7) Tu-Th 9:15A-2:30P $895/1073 06 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 9:15A-2:30P $1337/1603 No class dates: Sect. 01, 02, 04, 05, 06: 7/4

Pathfinders Camp

Explorers Camp

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.

Each day includes an all-camp gathering, lunch, open swim and ends with an all camp event. The rest of the day Explorer Campers have free choice activities geared toward the interests of the older elementary school child. From sports, games, arts, crafts, acting and improv, each camper’s daily activities will be designed by each individual child. Staff support campers throughout the dozens of daily activities. Special events, theme weeks, and weekly field trips are among the activities planned.

 Activity # 454001 Location: Kipling School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 02 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 03 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 04 6/18-8/2 (7) M-Th No class dates: Sect. 01, 02, 04: 7/4

Grade: 2nd by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/60 Time R/NR 8:45A-2:45P $1243/1491 8:45A-2:45P $515/617 8:45A-2:45P $733/879 8:45A-2:45P $1026/1225

Trailblazers Camp Children will love this noncompetitive camp designed for third and fourth 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!  Activity # 454002 Location: Walden School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 02 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 03 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 04 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F 05 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F 06 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F 07 7/30-8/3 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01, 02: 7/4

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Grade: 3rd - 4th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/40 Time R/NR 9A-3P $1243/1491 9A-3P $515/617 9A-3P $733/879 9A-3P $250/299 9A-3P $250/299 9A-3P $250/299 9A-3P $250/299

Deerfield Park District

 Activity # 454003 Location: Walden School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 03 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F 04 7/16-7/20 (1 )M-F 05 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F 06 7/30-8/3 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 5th - 8th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/50 Time R/NR 9A-3P $443/531 9A-3P $631/756 9A-3P $218/261 9A-3P $218/261 9A-3P $218/261 9A-3P $218/261

Art Camp 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 have daily free swim Monday - Thursday. Art Camp will have weekly fieldtrips on Friday to Chicago area art museums. AM and PM extended care available.  Activity # 454007 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-7/27 (3) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 3rd - 9th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 30/60 Time R/NR 9:30A-3P $838/1005 9:30A-3P $898/1077


Summer camps Stage and Screen Camp

Counselors-in-Training (C.I.T.)

This summer, enjoy an amazing Creative and Performing Arts experience singing, acting, dancing and on-camera work with 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.

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’t be guaranteed. Mandatory all-staff training takes place the week of June 12. All C.I.T.s must attend. Transportation is the responsibility of the C.I.T.

 Activity # 454005 Location: Caruso Middle School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/11-7/27 (7) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

 Activity # 454008 Location: Walden School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 4th - 9th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 40/70 Time R/NR 9:30A-3:15P $1780/2135

Summer Sports Camps These camps are designed for those interested in participating in competitive summer sports including softball, soccer, football, kickball, dodgeball, basketball and floor hockey.

Camps include field trips and free swim (not lessons). Rookies Camp, however, does include swim lessons. Competitive sports are a part of each camp, the focus will vary by age group. To keep groups competitive, no buddy requests are accepted except for Rookies Camp.

Age: 14 - 15 by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 5/20 Time R/NR 8:30A-3P $119/142 8:30A-3P $166/198

Groups at other sports camps are put together by counselors and based on athletic ability. Note: Campers are in their small groups between two and three hours per day and can spend the rest of the day with the whole group of campers. Four, three and one week camps are available.

Rookies Sports Camp

Girls’ Sports Camps

Full day with swim lessons! The kids at Rookies will take swim lessons, go on field trips twice a session and play sports such as basketball, soccer and floor hockey.

This camp is for girls interested in a full day of sports. Campers will play a wide variety of sports. Sports included are softball, soccer, basketball, floor hockey, kickball and volleyball. Field Trips, demonstrations and swimming will all be a part of the curriculum for both sessions. Swim lessons are not offered.

 Activity # 434001 Location: Wilmot Elementary Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 1st - 2nd by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 20/50 Time R/NR 9A-2:45P $662/793 9A-2:45P $943/1131

CAMP VALUES 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.

 Activity # 434002 Location: Kipling School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 03 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F 04 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F 05 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F 06 7/30-8/3 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 3rd - 5th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 20/50 Time R/NR 9A-3P $526/630 9A-3P $750/899 9A-3P $255/305 9A-3P $255/305 9A-3P $255/305 9A-3P $255/305

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Camps - Sports 3rd Grade Boys Sports Camp

6th Grade Boys Sports Camp

Campers play a wide variety of competitive sports including softball, soccer, kickball, wiffle ball, basketball, floor hockey and volleyball. Field trips, demonstrations and swimming will also be part of the curriculum for both sessions. Swim lessons are not offered.

Campers play a wide variety of competitive sports including softball, soccer, kickball, wiffle ball, basketball, floor hockey and volleyball. Field trips, demonstrations and swimming will also be part of the curriculum for both sessions. Swim lessons are not offered.

 Activity # 434003 Location: Deerfield HS Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 03 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F 04 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F 05 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F 06 7/30-8/3 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

 Activity # 434006 Location: Caruso Middle School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 03 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F 04 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F 05 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F 06 7/30-8/3 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 3rd by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 20/50 Time R/NR 8:45A-2:45P $526/630 8:45A-2:45P $750/899 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305

Grade: 6th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 20/30 Time R/NR 9A-3P $526/630 9A-3P $750/899 9A-3P $255/305 9A-3P $255/305 9A-3P $255/305 9A-3P $255/305

4th Grade Boys Sports Camp

Middle School Girls Sports Camp

Campers play a wide variety of competitive sports including softball, soccer, kickball, wiffle ball, basketball, floor hockey and volleyball. Field trips, demonstrations and swimming will also be part of the curriculum for both sessions. Swim lessons are not offered.

Campers will play team sports and learn the subtle techniques of team play and sportsmanship. Athletes will participate in sports such as volleyball, basketball, softball and more. The focus of this camp will be on tournaments. Field trips and demonstrations will be offered each week. Open swim will take place every day except field trip days.

 Activity # 434004 Location: Deerfield HS Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 03 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F 04 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F 05 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F 06 7/30-8/3 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 4th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 20/50 Time R/NR 8:45A-2:45P $526/630 8:45A-2:45P $750/899 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305

5th Grade Boys Sports Camp Campers play a wide variety of competitive sports including softball, soccer, kickball, wiffle ball, basketball, floor hockey and volleyball. Field trips, demonstrations and swimming will also be part of the curriculum for both sessions. Swim lessons are not offered.  Activity # 434005 Location: Walden School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 03 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F 04 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F 05 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F 06 7/30-8/3 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 5th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 20/50 Time R/NR 8:45A-2:45P $526/630 8:45A-2:45P $750/899 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305

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 Activity # 434007 Location: Shepard Middle School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-7/27 (3) M-F 03 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F 04 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F 05 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 6th - 8th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 15/30 Time R/NR 8:45A-2:45P $605/725 8:45A-2:45P $648/777 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305 8:45A-2:45P $255/305

Middle School Boys Sports Camp 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). We will focus more on fine tuning skills and strategies and competing in tournaments.  Activity # 434008 Location: Caruso Middle School Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-7/27 (3) M-F 03 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F 04 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F 05 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Grade: 7th - 8th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 15/30 Time R/NR 9A-3P $605/725 9A-3P $648/777 9A-3P $255/305 9A-3P $255/305 9A-3P $255/305


camps - Extended Care Extended Camp Care

Extra Added Attraction

Parents may choose Extended Camp Care hours for morning hours, afternoon hours, or both. Children in the morning session will be 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 Jewett Park 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.

Two additional WEEKS of August Activities! 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.

Extra Camp Weeks

 Activity # 454009 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Grade: K – 8th by 9/1/18 Instructor: Staff - TBA Min/Max: 10/60 Sect. Date (#wks) Day Time 01 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 7:30-9:30A 02 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 7:30-9:30A 03 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 7:30-9:30A 04 6/18-8/3 (7) M-F 2:30-6P 05 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 2:30-6P 06 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F 2:30-6P No class dates: Sect. 01, 02, 04, 05: 7/4

R/NR $405/485 $170/203 $240/287 $405/485 $170/203 $240/287

 Activity # 454010 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 8/6-8/10 (1) M-F 03 8/13-8/17 (1) M-F Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 02 8/6-8/10 (1) M-F 04 8/13-8/17 (1) M-F

Grade: K – 2nd by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/40 Time R/NR 7:30A-6P $301/360 7:30A-6P $301/360 Grade: 3 – 5 by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/40 Time R/NR 7:30A-6P $301/360 7:30A-6P $301/360

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camps - Bus Service Bus Service Option For Residents Only BUS Camp Bus Service

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.

Camp Bus Option & Fees Camps: Trailblazers, Explorers, Sports Camp (excluding Tennis Camp and Sports Skills Camps)  Activity # 434017 Age: Varies Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-7/6 (3) M-F 02 7/9-8/3 (4) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Time 8A-4P 8A-4P

Fee $144 $203

Camp Bus Service is available for the following camps:

• Trailblazers • Explorers • Sports Camps (excluding Tennis Camp and Sports Skills 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. Parents are encouraged to accompany their child(ren) to the bus stop and also to meet their child(ren) at the bus 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 FIRST session by 5 pm on Friday, May 11, 2018 and for SECOND session by 5 pm on Friday, June 22, 2018. NO REFUNDS will be issued for bus service after June 1 for the first session and after June 22 for the second session. NOTE: If you move residences between the time you register and the time camp begins, please notify the Park District.

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Baseball & Softball Skills Camp

No Camps on July 4th

This camp will include instruction in skill development, fundamentals and games. Drills for defense, hitting, base running and throwing will be taught. Outfield, infield, pitching and catching segments will all be included. Games will be played every day. Camp will be broken down by age groups. Each participant is required to bring a glove, hat, and water bottle.  Activity # 434027 Location: Jewett Park Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 7/2-7/6 (1) M,Tu,Th,F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

Age: 6 - 10 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 12:15-2:30P

R/NR $72/90

camps - Sports Track & Field Camp This camp will teach kids about track and field. Boys and girls will learn the jumping, running and throwing skills involved in the sport of track and field. They will practice sprints, relays, long-distance walking, running hurdles, long jump, discus throw and other track and field events. Kids will also participate in a fun filled SportsKids track and field meet on the last day of camp. Each participant should bring a water bottle.  Activity # 434030 Location: Jewett Park Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 7/30-8/3 (1) M-F

Age: 6 - 10 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 3:30-5P

R/NR $75/93

Archery Camp

Lacrosse Skills Camp Join us in playing the oldest and fastest growing team sport in North America. Lacrosse is sweeping the nation and the northern suburbs. Players will learn various lacrosse techniques such as cradling, scooping, passing, catching, shooting, and goalie skills – the fundamentals any lacrosse player must have! Drills and games in a fast paced and safe environment will be used to teach these fundamentals. Offensive and defensive techniques and positioning will also be taught in this camp. Each child should bring a mouth guard and water bottle. Lacrosse sticks will be provided.

Are you interested in learning a fun challenging and timeless sport that is seen in books, movies, and the Olympics? Then come join us in this camp to learn and master the sport of archery in a safe environment. Participants will learn an excellent, nationally recognized beginner’s 9-step to the 10 ring progression which was created by the Coaches Development Committee of the National Archery Association. Recurve bows, blunt tipped arrows and targets will be provided during camp. Bring a friend and come join us for this exciting summer camp! Each participant should bring a water bottle.

 Activity # 434028 Location: Jewett Park Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-6/22 (1) M-F

 Activity # 494014 Location: Jewett Park Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/18-6/22 (1) M-F

Age: 6 - 10 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 2:30-5P

R/NR $100/125

Time 12:15-2:30P

R/NR $113/140

Basketball Skills Camp

Volleyball Skills Camp This camp is a must for players of all skill levels trying to improve on the fundamentals or learning the game for the first time. We will assist players with their skills and knowledge of passing, serving, defense, setting, blocking and hitting. Players will also work on technique, set location, play sets, footwork and overall knowledge of the game. Campers will learn offensive and defensive systems through team drills and game play aimed at developing the whole player as well as learning teamwork and sportsmanship. Camp will be broken down by age groups. Each participant should bring a water bottle.  Activity # 434013 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/25-6/29 (1) M-F

Age: 7 - 12 Min/Max: 8/20

Age: 6 - 10 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 2:30-5P

This camp will help boys and girls to improve their basketball skills, such as dribbling, passing, shooting and rebounding. Participants also will learn the proper defensive stance, practice zone defense, and experience man-to-man defense through challenging drills and structured games. Youngsters will have the opportunity to enhance their individual skills as well as become effective team players.  Activity # 434029 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/25-6/29 (1) M-F

Age: 6 - 10 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 12:15-2:30P

R/NR $90/112

Hoops Education Basketball R/NR $100/125

This Co-ed camp presented by David Adelman & Play Hard Hoops is dedicated to teaching the game of basketball while stressing sportsmanship, teamwork, enthusiasm and a positive attitude on and off the court. Fee includes camp T-shirt, prizes and individual team awards.  Activity # 494015 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 6/11-6/15 (1) M-F 02 6/11-6/15 (1) M-F 03 6/11-6/15 (1) M-F

Grade: 1st - 6th by 9/1/18 Min/Max: 10/36 Time Fee 9A-3P $255 9-11:45A $189 12:15-3P $189

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Camps - sports Sports, Art & Music Camp

No Camps on July 4th

Boys and girls will participate in sports drills and games in soccer, lacrosse and baseball. They will also use various art mediums such as drawing and crafts to create art projects. Experienced instructors will teach them how to play the guitar by learning chords, scales, rhythm and tuning as well as the drums by learning exercises and beats. Putting music, sports and art together we will enhance social skills, further develop large and small motor abilities and, most important, have fun!  Activity # 494020 Location: Jewett Park Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 7/2-7/6 (1) M-F No class dates: Sect. 01: 7/4

R/NR $80/100

Tumbling & Yoga Camp Boys and girls will focus on the proper form and technique for various tumbling skills such as forward and backward rolls, handstands, bridges, cartwheels and backbends. Children will also learn self-respect and respect for others with the practice of fun and challenging yoga poses, partner and youth poses, yoga games and various breathing and visualization techniques. This camp will help youngsters to improve strength, flexibility and coordination as well as emotional balance and self-confidence.  Activity # 494021 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 7/16-7/20 (1) M-F

Age: 6 - 10 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 3:30-5P

R/NR $75/93

Archery & Sports Camp Learning fundamentals and safety rules of shooting archery, practicing proper handling of a bow and arrow, shooting at different targets and participating in archery games will be the main focus of the camp. We will also develop skills and play other sports including soccer, flag football, lacrosse and baseball. Organized games will emphasize sportsmanship, sharing and teamwork.  Activity # 494022 Location: Jewett Park Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 7/23-7/27 (1) M-F

Age: 7 - 12 Min/Max: 8/20 Time 3:30-5P

R/NR $113/140

Soccer Skills Camp Get ready for the upcoming fall soccer season. Boys and girls will learn age appropriate drills in a fun environment. Games will be played to enhance the skills that are being taught. Participants should wear shin guards and bring a water bottle.  Activity # 434024 Location: Jewett Park Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 7/9-7/13 (1) M-F

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This fun ½-day golf camp, is designed for junior golfers who want to learn the basics of putting, chipping, pitching, bunkers and on-course play. Just a reminder, participants must have their own golf clubs. Upon completion junior golfers are encouraged to play in our PGA Junior League.  Activity # 485009 Location: Deerfield Golf Club Instructor: DGCLC STAFF Sect. Date (#cl) Day

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Junior Golf Half Day Camp

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Junior Golf Full Day Camp This full day golf camp is more intense and practice is taken more seriously than in our other junior golf programs. This course meets for 6.5 hours daily and covers all aspects of golf including on course play. This camp is structured to prepare a junior golfer to start their competitive golf journey. Daily snacks, lunch, and weekly prizes are provided. Participants must have their own golf clubs. Upon completion junior golfers are encourage to play in our PGA Junior League  Activity # 485004 Location: Deerfield Golf Club Instructor: DGCLC STAFF Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 6/5-6/8 (4) Tu-F 02 6/12-6/15 (4) Tu-F 03 6/19-6/22 (4) Tu-F 04 6/26-6/29 (4) Tu-F 05 7/10-7/13 (4) Tu-F 06 7/17-7/20 (4) Tu-F 07 7/24-7/27 (4) Tu-F 08 7/31-8/3 (4) Tu-F 09 8/7-8/10 (4) Tu-F

Age: 8 - 14 Min/Max: 4/16 Time 8:30A-3P 8:30A-3P 8:30A-3P 8:30A-3P 8:30A-3P 8:30A-3P 8:30A-3P 8:30A-3P 8:30A-3P

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Deerfield Park District Registration Form

Fax: 847-945-0699 | Phone: 847-945-0650 register.deerfieldparks.org Mail or Drop Off with payment: 836 Jewett Park Drive, Deerfield IL 60015 If faxed, please do not duplicate by mail

We encourage participation by everyone and provide reasonable accommodations in accordance with ADA standards. If you require program assistance for special needs, check the box to be contacted by our NSSRA Inclusion Liaison, Jeff Nehila. A diagnosis is not necessary. Jeff can also be reached at 847-572-2612 or jeff@deerfieldparks.org.

Participant’s Last Name

Parent’s Full Name

Address City

Zip (Required)

Home Phone

Cell Phone

Work Phone

Email Emergency Contact

Emergency Phone

Deerfield Park Foundation Scholarship Fund Donation [Donations are voluntary and tax deductible under the laws of the IRS]

 $5 $10  $15  $25  Other _________

Photo Permission: By signing this form you agree that photos may be taken and used of you/your child. Please notify us in writing if you do not want photos to be taken and or used of you or your child.

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Proof of Residency Requirements are on the Registration Information page of our brochure. 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.

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Participant’s Signature (18 years or older or parent/guardian)

Payment Information

 Visa  MasterCard  Discover  American Express  Cash  Check Ch# __________ made payable to Deerfield Park District

Cardholder’s Name_________________________________________Total Payment $_________________________________ Cardholder’s Signature________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Credit Card Number

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Deerfield Golf Club & Learning Center golf outings Let the Deerfield Golf Club outing experts assist in setting up a detailed, organized and memorable golf outing for your business, fundraiser, family, memorial or league outing. Besides offering great golf, we provide GPS equipped carts, bag drop service, registration, E-commerce payments, hole in one contests, GPS and hole signage sponsorship displays, computerized real time scoring and customizable outing web pages. We provide all the pieces necessary to ensure your outing is a success. For detailed information on outings, contact us, at 847-945-8333 or visit our website www.deerfieldgolf.org.

Golf Leagues

Online Tee Times

Deerfield Women’s 18 Hole Tuesday League

2-Man Wednesday Evening League

• Tee times between 7 am and 8 am • Open to any individual level of women golfer • Changing schedule of weekly events

• 2-man 9 hole league will play on Wednesdays with tee times between 4:15 and 5:00 pm • 8 points weekly, 2 for each individual match and 4 for a team match (with handicaps) • Pick your partner for the entire year • 2 half seasons with prizes • Optional weekly skins and proximity games • Annual dues $125 per person and includes: handicap, prizes, weekly scoring and Year End Banquet • Signup deadline is Friday, April 27 • Play begins Wednesday, May 2 • Play continues weekly through August 29, 2018 • Championship Match and Banquet on August 29, 2018 League administered by Deerfield Golf Club. Contact Kris Oldeen for info: kris@deerfieldgolf.org.

Our club is host to several corporate and social, daytime and evening golf leagues. Our professional staff is able to handle all administrative needs of any league. For open days and times please contact Jason Mannina at jason@dfpd.org or 847-572-2682.

Monday Evening 9 Holes Ladies League • Tee times between 4:45 and 5:30 pm • Open to all 2 player teams (ladies only) • Modified weekly match play format • Prizes awarded to league winners • Cost is $70 per player League administered by Deerfield Golf Club. Contact Kris Oldeen for info: kris@Deerfieldgolf.org.

2018 Permanent Tee Time Lottery December 13, 2017

2018 In-season Tee Times will be accepted by phone seven days in advance. Online tee time reservations may be made 10 days in advance at deerfieldgolf.org. Just click on the tee time button found on our website.

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We have developed a state-of-the-art golfer development instructional program that sets the standard. Our instructors tailor a program to meet each individual’s needs, goals and time availability in order to improve your game. Our offerings are varied; and we have something for everyone and every ability level.


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banquets & Events

One of the

Best Kept Secrets in the North shore Located within the clubhouse on the picturesque grounds of the Deerfield Golf Club & Learning Center, FORE is an outstanding setting to enjoy your next lunch or dinner after a round of golf or with friends or family after work. FORE’s Chef has developed a menu featuring a fresh “farm to table” concept utilizing local farms to create favorites to please all tastes.

We offer all of the amenities required for any function. Whether it’s a private party for a few, an executive board meeting, a wedding, baby shower or a large presentation requiring multi-media capabilities, our professional staff will handle the details so you can cater to your guests. Our packages offer an array of menu items with exquisite hors d’oeuvres packages and buffet options for everyone’s taste and budget. We also allow outside food and beverages at our facility for modest corkage fees. Contact our event experts at 847-945-8333 for details.

Menu Items include; fresh homemade appetizers, fresh hand packed grass fed beef hamburgers, grilled chicken, pulled pork sandwiches, and salads. Weekly seasonal specials are available throughout the year. FORE’s dining room and bar area offers seating for up to 80 guests. Sit back and enjoy the scenic views of the golf course and watch exciting sports events. The outdoor deck is also available as weather permits, and is an ideal spot to wind down with a drink after a round of golf with friends. FORE also serves as a great venue to host parties, banquets and social functions.

TRACKMAN COMBINE™ BENCHMARK YOUR GAME TrackMan Combine is a standardized test, enabling golfers to identify strengths and weaknesses – as well as compare their performance to other peer groups.

TrackMan Combine allows you to identify your strengths and weaknesses. Once you know where your game needs work, you can focus your practice sessions on these areas. Then come back and take the TrackMan Combine again. As your TrackMan Combine score goes up, your handicap is sure to go down. Contact Deerfield Golf Club and Learning Center at 847.572.2685 to schedule your personalized session.

HOW IT WORKS

The TrackMan Combine comprises 60 shots.

You hit 6 shots to 9 different targets, ranging from 60 to 180 yards — as well as 6 drives. Once a TrackMan Combine session is completed, the results are uploaded to MyTrackMan.com where it can be reviewed at any later point in time. 1. Hit 6 shots to: 60 yards, 70, 80, 90, 100, 120, 140, 160, 180, Driver 2. Check your results in reference to peer groups 3. Login to MyTrackMan.com to review your results anytime

$100 per Individual Session

Ready to take your game to the next level?

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Golf instruction Private Instruction

Start Smart Golf Level 1

The best way to ensure success in golf is with private one-on-one instruction from our team of LPGA and PGA of America Golf Professionals. Our player development program is designed to maximize your potential and dramatically improve your game through private instruction. Range balls are included in all lesson fees.

Our Golf Professionals - cost is per hour Trena McDaniel, LPGA Professional......................... $135 Jason Maninna, PGA Professional........................... $135 Dave Maslen, PGA Professional.............................. $135 Derek Domaleski, PGA Professional........................ $165 Series discounts and half-hour lessons available.

Tiny Tykes Golf Tiny Tikes is a program specifically designed for children 3 to 5 years old. This program teaches kids the basic fundamentals of golf in a game oriented atmosphere. As US Kids Certified Golf Instructors, we are aware of the challenges that come with teaching kids of this age. We have put together a curriculum that keeps kids of all ages engaged and focused through fun and exciting game based activities. We teach the kids the basic fundamentals of chipping, putting, and full swing. This class is designed for an adult to accompany the child for each session. Age: 3 - 5 Min/Max: 4/12 R/NR $140/171 $140/171

Winter Junior Tee Level Taught by our LPGA and PGA Professionals, this program develops a junior golfer’s basic knowledge and technique in all aspects of the game: full swing, putting and chipping. Continued education throughout the off season is a great way for any junior golfer to prepare for the spring season. Participants completing this section are encouraged to enroll in the Junior Golf 1/2 Day or Full Day Camps and the PGA Junior League.  Activity # 285002 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/5-3/28 (16) M,W

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Age: 5 - 7 Min/Max: 4/12 Time 3-4P 3-4P 3-4P

R/NR $130/161 $130/161 $130/161

Parents continue to participate in this adult and child combination class. Level 2 builds upon the basics taught in the Level 1 class and expands on the technique of full swing, chipping, and putting. Junior sized golf clubs are introduced to the students using fun and developmentally appropriate learning methods.

Chris Kendall, PGA Professional.............................. $165

Time 2-3P 2-3P

 Activity # 233076 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/7-1/21 (3) Su 02 2/4-2/18 (3) Su 03 3/4-3/18 (3) Su

Start Smart Golf Level 2

Donnie Moline, PGA Professional............................ $150

 Activity # 291100 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/7-1/21 (3) Su 02 2/4-2/18 (3) Su

Parents participate in this adult and child combination class. Start Smart Golf teaches parents how to teach kids the basics of golf. Start Smart uses the unique line of fun and developmentally appropriate equipment designed by SNAG golf. Parent participation required in this class.

Fee $350

 Activity # 233077 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/7-1/21 (3) Su 02 2/4-2/18 (3) Su 03 3/4-3/18 (3) Su

Age: 5 - 8 Min/Max: 4/12 Time 4-5P 4-5P 4-5P

R/NR $130/161 $130/161 $130/161

Adult Beginners Golf Golf is a game for a lifetime. These classes are designed to give a beginner golfer the basic fundamentals of the game prior to the spring golf season. The program is taught by our LPGA & PGA professionals.  Activity # 285004 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/9-1/25 (6) Tu,Th 02 2/6-2/22 (6) Tu,Th 03 3/6-3/22 (6) Tu,Th

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 4/8 Time 9-10A 9-10A 9-10A

Summer golf camps are located in Summer Camps section - page 52

Fee $200 $200 $200


deerfield Park Foundation Deerfield Park Foundation Board of Directors OFFICERS Christopher M. Goodsnyder, Chair Dan Leuthner, Vice Chair Candy LoGiurato, Treasurer Dan Appelbaum, Secretary

847-572-2611 | deerfieldparkfoundation.org

Since 1983, Deerfield Park Foundation (DPF), has worked to improve and beautify the parks and facilities of the Deerfield Park District. The Foundation provides assistance for residents in serious financial need to participate in recreation programs, provide accessibility, environmental and other projects. To accomplish its goals DPF solicits tax-deductible contributions and conducts fund-raising activities.

Your Donations Benefit

• Individuals in financial need to participate in Deerfield Park District Programs • Outdoor Exercise Circuit Equipment at Maplewood Park

DIRECTORS John P. Coughenour, Jim Golding, John Mann and Ed Seidman MANAGER Sherry Prause

• July 4th Free Swimming at Mitchell and Deerspring Pools

Nonprofit, Tax-Exempt Status

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.

Contact us

847-945-0650 phone info@deerfieldparkfoundation.org email

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Sachs Recreation Center Hours of Operation Monday – Friday 5:00 AM – 9:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Special Holiday Hours Nov 23 7 AM – 12 PM Dec 24 7 AM – 12 PM Dec 25 Closed

Dec 31 7 AM – 12 PM Jan 1 7 AM – 12 PM

amenities • 4,575 sq. ft. fitness area

• 3 hardwood floor basketball courts

• Exercise, cycling & dance studios

• Towel service

• Four lane 20-yard lap pool, whirlpool

• Jungle Gym Suspension Training Studio

• Cardio training equipment (treadmills, ellipticals, stairmasters, rowing machines, life cycles, free climbers, upright & recumbent bikes)

• Full service locker rooms

• Mind/Body Studio

• Men’s and Women’s steam rooms

• Pilates Reformer Studio

• 2 multi-purpose rooms

• Babysitting service

• 4 lane track with elevated turns

• Pre-teen game room

• 2 tennis courts

• Private parties and rentals

• Full line of free weight and strength resistance equipment • Functional Training Rig

• 1 racquetball court

Membership Fees

Monthly fees are based on a one year membership commitment

MEMBERSHIP

DESCRIPTION

Individual

One person age 16 or older

$48/60

Individual +1

Two individuals in the same household 16 years of age or older

$86/106 monthly

Each Add-On

Each additional member of household 16 years of age or older

$38/47

monthly

Senior

One senior 65 years of age or older

$42/52

monthly

Senior +1

Two persons (at least one must be 65) in the same household

$78/96

monthly

30 Day

Short term membership to allow for summer/winter usage

$64/80

30 day

Senior 30 Day

Short term membership to allow for summer/winter usage

$56/79

30 day

One Day Guest Fee

A one day usage fee for full access to the Fitness Center

$10/12

one day

One Week Guest Fee

A seven day full access pass to the Fitness Center

$40/50 one week

Active Military

Active military with I.D. receives complimentary day pass

FREE

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COST R/NR monthly

one day


Training Membership Privileges

A-Z Group Exercise

Personal Training

• Free participation in group exercise classes

Fitness Center members enjoy full access to group exercise classes. Non-members (16+) may buy a one-day guest membership to participate ($10 Res, $12 NonRes). Please check www.SachsRecCenter.org for schedules or specialty class offerings or call the SRC front desk at 847-572-2600. Exact offerings vary by day, time, season and popularity/demand. Examples: Aqua, Core, Interval, Indoor Cycle, Lite Fitness, Tabata Fusion, Cycle/Jungle, WERQ®, Tread It, Pilates, Strength, Yoga, FitBar, and Zumba.

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.

• Use of locker rooms • Use of gym during open gym hours • Use of track during open track hours • Use of lap pool during open pool hours • Use of whirlpool • Use of steam room • Use of all fitness equipment • Use of weight rooms • Equipment orientation • SRC FitRewards

SRC FitRewards

Small Group Training

Has your workout program been ineffective? Do you need to be held accountable to SRC FitRewards is a complimentary succeed in your training? Small Group loyalty program that rewards member Training can help. Program format participation at the Sachs Recreation provides a supportive environment, closely Center. You can earn points a variety of monitoring your strength and cardio ways, such as: each time you visit, working training. It’s fun and cost effective. Small with a personal trainer or nutritional Group Training, Individual and Partner counselor, referring a friend to join, renewing Training are offered only for SRC Members. your membership, etc. To learn more about SRC FitRewards contact Jennie Michalik Day & Evening Groups/ SRC Wellness Services Coordinator at Cost for 5 Sessions: 847-572-2668. Group of 3: $28 per session per member.

H.S. Students (13 - 15 year olds) TNT (Teens ‘N’ Training) Fitness Center Memberships: High School students age 13-15 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.

Corporate Memberships Eligibility: for corporate rates, a minimum of five (5) employee memberships are required. Customized Programs: Let the Sachs Recreation Center staff customize a wellness program for your employees. Motivate your team with lunchtime, before or after work leagues, a lunchand learn nutrition or weight loss series or teambuilding exercise. Please call 847-572-2665 for details.

Group of 4: $21 per session per member.

1

$64

$64

3

$180

$60

5

$270

$54

10

$490

$49

 Partner: 60 Minute Sessions 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.

Lite Series Fitness Lite Series classes are designed specifically for active older adults, for those new to group exercise and for those getting back into an active lifestyle. Call SRC for details.

Pilates Reformer Training Pilates focuses on engaging the Mind/ Body connection. Reformer Training strengthens the core, improves balance, and increases coordination. Reformer Pilates is for anyone at any fitness level!

Training Package Options 1-On-1 Training 3 Pack - $195 6 Pack - $360 Partner Training 3 Pack - $330 ($165 Per Person) 6 Pack - $600 ($300 Per Person) Small Group of Three Training 3 Pack - $315 ($105 Per Person) 6 Pack - $594 ($198 Per Person)

The Non-Member rate is $10 additional per Training Session. All training sessions are 50 minutes.

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sachs recreation center SRC MEMBERS

SRC NON MEMBERS

ADULTS & H.S. STUDENTS

(APPLICABLE AGES/CONDITIONS)

Fitness Center: (4500+ sq. ft.) Full Service locker room/towel service

Included Free

Daily fees apply

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Cardio Training Equipment: life cycles, treadmills, ellipticals, rowers, free climbers, stair steppers & more

Included Free

Daily fees apply

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Full line of strength resistance and free weight equipment

Included Free (Note: to use free weight equipment, must be 16+)

Daily fees apply

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Childcare/Babysitting

Available

N/A

Additional fees apply

Corporate Memberships

Fees apply

N/A

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Coed Whirlpool, Steam Rooms

Included Free

Included w/ $5 per day Pool Pass

Designated times; Age restrictions may apply

Indoor Cycle Studio and Classes

Included Free

$10 per day drop-in fee - R

$12 per day drop-in fee - NR

Space permitting; Additional fees may apply

Personal Training

Available

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Additional fees apply

Track: Walk/Jog/Run

Included Free

$5 per day

Designated times. Must be 16 years of age or older

Gyms/Open Gym

Included Free

$5 per day

Youth, Teen, Adults (designated times)

Indoor Swimming Pool

Included Free

$5 per day

Youth, Teen, Adults (designated times) Family/Open Swims

Drop-in Dance & Movement Classes

Included Free

$10 per day drop-in fee - R

Drop-in Group Exercise (Yoga, Aerobics, Pilates, Zumba, & More)

Included Free

$10 per day drop-in fee - R

Tennis/Racquetball Court Reservations

Fees apply

Fees apply

Residents: reserve up to 7 days ahead Non-Residents: 48 hrs. (age restrictions apply)

Banquet, Party, Event Reservations

Fees apply

Fees apply

Call: 847-572-2665

Facility, Room, Area Rentals

Fees apply

Fees apply

Call: 847-572-2665

Game Room

Free

Free

Free

Athletic Leagues (basketball, volleyball, pickleball & more)

Fees apply

Fees apply

Older teens and adults (varies by league)

COHO Swim Club

Fees apply

Fees apply

For ages 5 through Adult

Tennis Classes

Fees apply

Fees apply

Group, Private, Semi-Private, and “Create Your Own” Classes for All Ages/Levels

Home to North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics/Programs

Fees apply

Fees apply

For Youth & Teens

Jungle Gym Studio

Available

Fees apply

Available with Personal Training

ADULT & H.S. STUDENTS

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$12 per day drop-in fee - NR $12 per day drop-in fee - NR

OTHER

See Schedules See Schedules


Wellness services Nutritional Counseling 60 Minute Nutritional Counseling Session Pack of Three 60 Minute Sessions

$79

$229

During the 60-minute initial consultation, you will work with registered dietitian Kim Blum, MS, RD, LD to outline objectives, discuss lifestyle and current routine, and set small and reasonable goals. You establish both individual and family goals and determine your personalized needs. Clients will leave this initial consultation with specific goals that they hope to achieve and with a plan of action for achieving success. Group sessions available!

30 Minute Nutrition Check-In

$59

During this 30-minute meeting, registered dietitian Kim Blum, MS, RD, LD will answer specific questions related to health and nutrition. The client will have the opportunity to assess current lifestyle through this nutrition “check-in”.

Health Coaching 60 Minute Health Coaching Session Pack of Three 60 Minute Sessions 30 Minute Check-In

SRC Fitstart Take the first step towards a healthier you! Join Wellness Services Coordinator Jennie Michalik for the 5 week program that will kick start your journey to a better you. The program includes the following: • 30 Day Membership • 5 personal training sessions • 5 Group Nutrition Workshops • 2 Weekly Wellness Meetings

$49

$129 $29

While it is no secret that everyone wants to live a healthier life, figuring out how and where to start is the key. Get yourself on the right track with our NEW Health Coaching sessions! SRC Wellness Services Coordinator, Jennie Michalik, ACE Certified Health Coach, assists you in combining behavior modifications, implementing physical activity and making the necessary nutritional changes in order to empower you to live a long-term healthy lifestyle. By working together with Jennie, she can assist you in setting goals, creating a healthy lifestyle plan and help you reach your best self. Contact Jennie at 847-572-2668 for more details and to get started today!

• 2 Individual Coaching Sessions • Weekly Challenges with Prizes • FREE t-shirt, bag, and FitStart Progress Binder • GRAND PRIZES for most weight and body fat % lost

SRC Member SRC Non-Member SRC FitStart Alumni

$159 $199 $169

Winter session, January 8 - February 12. Contact Jennie Michalik at 847.572.2668 or jennie@sachsreccenter.org for more information or to register!

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SRC - Rentals & Babysitting Facility, Room and Area Rentals

Kids Korner Hours

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”.

Monday – Friday 8 AM – 12 PM Monday & Thursday 4 – 7 PM Saturday & Sunday 8 AM – 12 PM Days and hours are subject to change. To verify days/hours, please call: 847-572-2600.

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) • G  ym with full basketball court (used in the early 1990’s by the Chicago Bulls, now home to the WNBA’s Chicago Sky) • Dance room • Party room For more information on rentals, pricing and policies, please call 847-572-2665.

Ideal Venue For...

Kids Korner (Babysitting) 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 supervise your children while you are visiting the Recreation Center. Kids Korner is available for children between the ages of 3 months and 10 years. Toys in Kids Korner are geared to younger ages. Children 7-10 years of age are encouraged to provide their own form of entertainment. These general guidelines have been established to ensure that our young guests have a positive, fun experience while attending Kids Korner: • Children may attend Kids Korner for a maximum of 2 hours per visit.

• Birthdays, Graduations, Confirmations, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Showers and Weddings

• P  arent must remain in the Recreation Center while their children are participating in Kids Korner.

• Meetings, Team-Building Activities, Training Workshops

• D  iaper service is not provided; parents will be notified if a diaper needs to be changed.

• T  eam Practices, Tournaments and “End-of-the-Season” get-togethers • S  porting Events - perfect for tennis, basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, martial arts • School functions: dances, recitals, performances and any kind of 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 847-572-2665.

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• C  hildren will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis if space allows. • P  ayment for Kids Korner visits are made at the front reception desk. The cost is $6 per visit per child. 20-visit punch cards are available for a discounted rate of $90 ($30 savings). • M  embers may purchase a $99/monthly unlimited babysitting pass. • K  ids Korner punch passes are non-transferable and can only be used by the family that purchased the card.


SRC - Pool & Track Indoor Pool

indoor track & Open Gym

This multi-use facility (with four-lane, 20-yard lap pool) offers Fitness Center members:

Children 12 and under must be supervised by an adult for open gym. All indoor track users must be 13 years of age or above, a Fitness Center member or enrolled in a Park District class. Passes may be shared between family and friends. Children under age 13 are not allowed to accompany adults on the track.

• Various “Aqua” classes • Use of lap pool • Access to whirlpool • Locker rooms are conveniently located adjacent to the pool

Lap Swim at SRC Lap swimming at our indoor pool is the perfect place to build your strength and stamina and improve cardiovascular performance! 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 (M-F, 5A-9P; Sa/Su, 7A-5P). 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. During COHO swim team season only one lap lane is available during their practice times. Check pool schedule for accurate availability.

Open Swim / Family Swim

All open gym participants and/or indoor track users must check in at the front reception desk prior to entering. A valid membership card, valid (open gym and/or indoor track) pass, or daily admission fee must be presented. As proof of payment, all non-members are required to wear a wristband at all times while participating in open gym and/or while using the track. Proper attire including closed toe, non-marking, athletic shoes must be worn. Food and beverages are not allowed on the gym floors. Food and beverages other than water are not allowed on the track. Teaching of private lessons, conducting of team practices, or instruction are not permitted during open gym sessions nor on the indoor track. Fitness Center members may participate in open gym and/or may use the track during all scheduled, age appropriate, open gym sessions at no additional cost. Non-members may pay a daily usage fee.

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. Days & Times Fees Children of Members Non-Member Individual Non-Member Family

Saturday & Sunday, 1-3 PM SRC Members are free $5 each $5 each $10

Indoor Swim Lessons Please see the Indoor Swim Lessons pages and see the COHO Swim Club pages of this brochure. Learn to swim classes and private lessons are offered at the SRC indoor pool.

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SRC - Court Sports Pickle Ball is easy to learn & Fun to Play! Racquetball at SRC

Tennis at SRC

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 canceled 24 hours or more prior to the scheduled court time, the fee will be refunded; if canceled within 24 hours, 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 used on a walk on basis when available.

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 canceled 24 hours or more prior to the scheduled court time, the fee will be refunded; if canceled within 24 hours, 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.

Prime Time Court Rental $16

per hour Mon - Fri: 4:30 - 8:00 PM Sat & Sun: 7:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Non-Prime Time Court Rental $12

per hour Mon - Fri: 5:00 AM - 4:00 PM Sat & Sun: 1:00 - 4:00 PM

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Prime Time Court Rental $28

per hour Mon - Fri: After 9:00 AM Sat & Sun: All day

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 34Ë? at the center. Game is played with a perforated plastic baseball and paddles. Pickleball is easy to learn, but can develop into a fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. Equipment is provided. Call Dana at 847-404-3174 for details. Visit www.pickleballcoach.com or www.youtube.com to watch videos of play. Location: SRC for Open Play Date Day Time Fee 1/3 - 3/28 M/W 9A-12P $6 daily or $60 - 10 pack

Adult Open Volleyball

$16

Practice your moves, enhance your skills, meet your friends, and stay active at the Sachs Recreation Center. No reservations are necessary.

Permanent Tennis Court Reservation Times Available

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Day Time Location Fee Th 7-9P Gym B Free SRC Members $5 Non-Members

Non-Prime Time Court Rental per hour Mon - Fri: 5:00 - 9:00 AM

$28

per hour Mon - Fri: 5:00 - 9:00 AM


Swim Lessons SRC Swim Parent/Tot Play games, sing songs, learn how to hold baby, and move through weekly skill progressions. Class designed to teach parent and child how to go underwater and begin learning to swim. For more information, contact Jeff Napolski at 847-572-2626 or jeff@teamcoho.org.  Activity # 264501 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/27-2/17 (4) Sa 02 3/3-3/24 (4) Sa

Age: 6 mo - 3 Min/Max: 4/10 Time 9:15-9:45A 9:15-9:45A

R/NR $53/64 $53/64

Weekday Swim Lessons

Weekend Swim Lessons

Swimmers must be comfortable going underwater on their own and standing in shallow water. Lessons will focus on high volume and repetition to learn basic and advanced skills through games, play, and progressive instruction.

Open to all levels. Swimmers will be placed in like skill level group on the first lesson. Each class will work on the four key strokes in swimming, as well as water skills like going underwater, blowing bubbles, floats, glides, and diving for objects.

 Activity # 264502 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Jeff Napolski

 Activity # 264511 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Holly Murphy

Session 1 Sect. 01 03

Date (#cl) 1/22-2/12 (4) 1/25-2/15 (4)

Day M Th

Session 2

Sect. Date (#cl) Day 02 2/26-3/19 (3) M 04 3/1-3/22 (4) Th No class dates: Sect. 02: 3/5

Private swim lessons

Age: 5 + Min/Max: 4/8 Time 4:15-5P 4:15-5P Time 4:15-5P 4:15-5P

R/NR $77/90 $77/90 R/NR $58/68 $77/90

If you are interested in private swim lessons call Jeff Napolski at 847-572-2626 or Jeff@teamcoho.org.

Session 1 Sect. 01 02 03

Date (#cl) 1/27-2/17 (4) 1/27-2/17 (4) 1/27-2/17 (4)

Session 2 Sect. 04 05 06

Date (#cl) 3/3-3/24 (4) 3/3-3/24 (4) 3/3-3/24 (4)

Age: 3 + Min/Max: 4/15

Day Sa Sa Sa

Time 9-9:45A 10-10:45A 11-11:45A

Day Sa Sa Sa

Time 9-9:45A 10-10:45A 11-11:45A

R/NR $77/90 $77/90 $77/90

R/NR $77/90 $77/90 $77/90

General info for Swim Lessons Sachs Recreation Center has a four lane, 20-yard indoor pool. Group and Private Swim Lessons are available. Register for swim classes at JPCC or at SRC, by mail, online, or by fax. Participants are allowed one make-up class during the session. 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.

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Coho Swim Club COHO Swim Club General Information

Coho Club Fee

The COHO Swim Club is a developmental and competitive swimming club. COHO is a co-sponsored organization of the Park Districts of Deerfield and of Highland Park. Our mission is to promote the spirit of competition, the character of individuals, and the pride of team through swimming. In keeping with our philosophy of providing a well-rounded, quality developmental and competitive program for swimmers of all ages and abilities, COHO Swim Club offers professional technique instruction and training.

A Club Fee must be paid directly to COHO for every swimmer registered per season. This fee covers items including swim caps, T-shirts, and meet entry fees for some groups and will be charged through your website account.

COHO is divided into Developmental, Age Group, Senior, and Masters Programs. The number and length of practices depends on the group. Swimmers are assigned to groups by coaches and must follow the specific schedule for their group. This system allows our coaching staff to meet the individual needs of each swimmer.

Online Billing Procedure As of September 1, 2016, COHO has moved to an online billing system for certain fees. The USA Swimming Registration fee and the COHO Club fee will now be charged to your credit card through your COHO website account after your park district registration has been processed. Everyone will still need to complete the DFPD registration form and pay DFPD program fees directly to the park district. Once you have an account on the COHO website you will receive email instructions on how to complete setting it up, which now includes adding your credit card information. Even if you pay your DFPD program fees by credit card, you still need to add credit card info to your account on the COHO website.

USA Swimming Registration Fee For swimmers in the age group or senior programs there is an additional charge of $75 to register with USA Swimming. This fee is annual but renews every fall, and will be charged through your website account. Participants in Swim School, Minnows and Masters do not have to pay this fee.

Registration Note ALL DISTRICT 109, 112 & 113 RESIDENTS are considered “residents� for the COHO program. WEBSITE: www.teamcoho.org

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Club Fees Swim School & Minnows

$30

White Levels

$45

Blue Levels

$60

Red & Gold Levels

$80

Masters

No Fee

Special Note For all groups: practice times, locations, and days will vary. General season schedules and monthly schedules are posted on the club website at www.teamcoho.org. Practices are at Deerfield High School & Sachs Recreation Center.

New Swimmer Tryouts Tryouts for new swimmers will be held at the Sachs Recreation Center, 455 Lake Cook Road. Please contact Jeff Napolski at jeff@teamcoho.org or 847-572-2626 for more information or to set up a tryout. The minimum skill requirements for COHO are: Individuals, ages 5 and over must be able to swim 1 length of freestyle with rhythmic breathing (face in the water, turning the head to the side to breathe), 1 length of backstroke, demonstrate basic breaststroke, be able to go underwater to the bottom of the pool in the shallow end, and be comfortable swimming in the deep end.


Coho Swim Club Coho Swim School

Coho Age Group Program

The intent of our swim school is to bridge the gap between swim lessons and competitive swimming. Emphasis is placed on learning basic competitive skills, improving body awareness in the water, developing positive self-esteem, making friends, and having fun! You may sign up for both sections if you wish to attend all 4 days of practice offered each week.

In our Age Group Program, we offer 3 levels for swimmer ages 10 and under, and 3 levels for swimmers ages 11-13. Within both age groups these levels are White, Blue and Red. There are specific requirements and practice schedules for each level. Swimmers must follow the schedule for their assigned age group and level. The primary focus of the White level is to learn and develop the technical aspects of all four of the competitive strokes, racing starts, and turns. Swimmers will experience an introduction to training concepts, and acquire skills in preparation for competition. The Blue and Red levels are more advanced, and composed mostly of swimmers who have achieved "B" times from the USA Swimming National Age Group Motivational Time Standards. In these groups swimmers will build upon elements previously learned, while continuing to improve their technique, and expanding on training concepts.

 Activity # 262901 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Jeff Napolski Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 12/4-3/21 (16) M,W 02 12/5-3/22 (16) Tu,Th

Age: 5 - 12 Min/Max: 5/30 Time 5:45-6:15P 5:45-6:15P

R/NR $150/160 $150/160

Coho Developmental Program Minnows Our Minnows group is intended to help prepare swimmers to transition to the competitive program. This group focuses on introductory concepts in streamlining, posture, line, balance, breathing, and general comfort in the water. Emphasis is placed on developing proper competitive stroke technique and skills while developing friendships and having fun! At this level, we introduce the COHO motto of Spirit, Character and Pride and the concept of being part of a team.  Activity # 262902 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Jeff Napolski Sect. Date (#wks) Day 01 12/4-3/22 (16) M-Th

Age: 5 - 12 Min/Max: 10/40 Time 6:30-7:15P

COHO INFO LINE 847-572-COHO (847-572-2646) updated after 3PM for daily schedules and announcements WEBSITE: www.teamcoho.org

R/NR $346/366

10 & Unders

Location: Deerfield HS Instructor: Jacob Weber  Activity # 262903 Sect. Date (#wks) 01-white 12/4-3/23 (16) 02-blue 12/4-3/23 (16) 03-red 12/4-3/23 (16)

Age: 7 - 10 Min/Max: 10/40 Day tba tba tba

11-13 Years Olds

Location: Deerfield HS Instructor: Jacob Weber  Activity # 262904 Sect. Date (#wks) 01-white 12/4-3/23 (16) 02-blue 12/4-3/23 (16) 03-red 12/4-3/23 (16)

Time tba tba tba

R/NR $432/452 $482/502 $550/570

Age: 11 - 13 Min/Max: 10/40 Day tba tba tba

Time tba tba tba

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Coho Seniors & Masters Coho Senior Program

Coho Masters I

Our Senior Program is designed to incorporate the training the training needs of all high school swimmers (eighth graders may be placed in this group in the spring if they are ready to train at this level). There are 2 groups within the Senior Program (Gold I and Gold II). Head Senior Coach will have the final say on group assignments. Dry land is an important part of training in the Senior Program, and all program fees include dry land workouts. Gold I is intended to provide both a training environment for athletes to be successful not only within COHO, but also the high school level. Swimmers are expected to attend at least 70% of workouts including dryland, and communicate with the Coaching Staff about their training schedule. Gold II is intended to provide a more intense environment for state level swimmers who are dedicated to training and competing yearround. Swimmers are required to attend 80% of workouts including morning practices and dryland, and communicate with the Coaching staff about their training schedule. Swimmers who cannot meet the requirements and expectations of Gold II will be re-assigned to Gold I. Please note: swimmers need approval from the head senior coach before signing up for Gold II.

For adults 18 and up COHO offers a Masters swimming program. Practices are run by a coach, and designed for adults of all levels. Masters do not need to pay the USA registration fee or the COHO club fee. You may register to attend all three offered per week (section 01), or to attend Sunday practices only (section 02).

ď‚Š Activity # 262905 Location: Deerfield HS Instructor: Nancy Reese Sect. Date (#wks) 01-Gold I 12/4-3/23 (16) 02-Gold II 12/4-3/23 (16)

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Day tba tba

Age: High School Min/Max: 10/40 Time R/NR tba $736/756 tba $805/825

Deerfield Park District

ď‚Š Activity # 262908 Location: Deerfield HS Instructor: Todd Keil Sect. Date (#wks) 01 12/5-4/8 (18) 02 12/10-4/8 (18)

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 5/40 Day Tu,Th Su Su only

Time 7:30-9P 8-9:30A 8-9:30A

COHO INFO LINE 847-572-COHO (847-572-2646) updated after 3PM for daily schedules and announcements WEBSITE: www.teamcoho.org

R/NR $330/340 $120/130


Tennis - Youth Deerfield Park District Tennis

Dana Joseph and Chris Cabanban of First Serve Management and their team of instructors provide tennis services indoors at Sachs Recreation Center and outdoors at Mitchell Park. Family-friendly programming encourages students to play the sports 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 people play tennis for different reasons. 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.

YOUTH LESSONS Winter SESSION 1 Little Netters

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.  Activity # 233027 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-2/12 (6) M

Age: 4 - 5 Min/Max: 2/4 Time 4-5P

R/NR $143/178

Netters Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233027 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 02 1/2-2/13 (7) Tu 03 1/3-2/14 (7) W 04 1/4-2/15 (7) Th 05 1/6-2/17 (7) Sa

Age: 5 - 6 Min/Max: 3/6 Time 4-5P 4:30-5:30P 4-5P 12-1P

R/NR $166/206 $166/206 $166/206 $166/206

Half Volleys 1

Baseliners 1

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.

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.

 Activity # 233027 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 06 1/8-2/12 (6) M 07 1/2-2/13 (7) Tu 08 1/3-2/14 (7) W 09 1/4-2/15 (7) Th

 Activity # 233027 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 15 1/8-2/12 (6) M 16 1/2-2/13 (7) Tu 17 1/3-2/14 (7) W 18 1/4-2/15 (7) Th

Age: 6 - 7 Min/Max: 3/6 Time 4-5P 5-6P 5:30-6:30P 4-5P

R/NR $143/178 $166/206 $166/206 $166/206

Half Volleys 2 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233027 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 10 1/8-2/12 (6) M 11 1/2-2/13 (7) Tu 12 1/3-2/14 (7) W 13 1/4-2/15 (7) Th 14 1/6-2/17 (7) Sa

Age: 9 - 11 Min/Max: 3/6 Time 5-6P 5-6P 5:30-6:30P 5-6P

R/NR $143/178 $166/206 $166/206 $166/206

Baseliners 2 Age: 8 - 9 Min/Max: 3/6 Time 5-6P 4-5P 4:30-5:30P 5-6P 1-2P

R/NR $143/178 $166/206 $166/206 $166/206 $166/206

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233027 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 19 1/8-2/12 (6) M 20 1/2-2/13 (7) Tu 21 1/3-2/14 (7) W 22 1/4-2/15 (7) Th 23 1/6-2/17 (7) Sa

Age: 11 - 12 Min/Max: 3/6 Time 6-7P 6-7P 3-4:30P 6-7P 2-3P

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Tennis - youth YOUTH LESSONS Winter SESSION 2

Baseliners 1

Little Netters

Age: 4 - 5 Min/Max: 2/4 Time 4-5P

R/NR $143/178

Netters Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233029 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 02 2/20-3/27 (6) Tu 03 2/21-3/28 (6) W 04 2/22-3/29 (6) Th 05 2/24-3/24 (5) Sa

Age: 5 - 6 Min/Max: 3/6 Time 4-5P 4:30-5:30P 4-5P 12-1P

R/NR $143/178 $143/178 $143/178 $120/149

Half Volleys Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233029 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 06 2/19-3/26 (6) M 07 2/20-3/27 (6) Tu 08 2/21-3/28 (6) W 09 2/22-3/29 (6) Th

INDOOR 70

Time 5-6P 5-6P 5:30-6:30P 5-6P

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233029 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 19 2/19-3/26 (6) M 20 2/20-3/27 (6) Tu 21 2/21-3/28 (6) W 22 2/22-3/29 (6) Th

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

R/NR $143/178 $143/178 $143/178 $143/178

Age: 8 - 9 Min/Max: 3/6 Time 5-6P 4-5P 4:30-5:30P 5-6P 1-2P

Indoor Tennis Courts & Racquetball Court

Sachs Recreation Center 455 Lake Cook Road, Deerfield

Deerfield Park District

R/NR $143/178 $143/178 $143/178 $143/178 $120/149

R/NR $143/178 $143/178 $143/178 $143/178

Time 6-7P 6-7P 3-4:30P 6-7P

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2-3P

2/24-3/24 (5)

Sa

Age: 11 - 13 Min/Max: 2/6

Age: 6 - 7 Min/Max: 3/6

Half Volleys 2 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233029 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 10 2/19-3/26 (6) M 11 2/20-3/27 (6) Tu 12 2/21-3/28 (6) W 13 2/22-3/29 (6) Th 14 2/24-3/24 (5) Sa

Age: 9 - 11 Min/Max: 3/6

Baseliners 2

OUTDOOR

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233029 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/19-3/26 (6) M

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233029 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 15 2/19-3/26 (6) M 16 2/20-3/27 (6) Tu 17 2/21-3/28 (6) W 18 2/22-3/29 (6) Th

Outdoor Tennis Courts Briarwood Park - 2 courts 200 Hyacinth, Deerfield

Deerspring Park - 2 courts 200 Deerfield Road, Deerfield Mitchell Park - 4 courts (lighted) Wilmot & Hazel, Deerfield

R/NR $143/178 $143/178 $209/260 $143/178 $120/149


Tennis - Adult Adult Lessons Winter Session 2

Adult Lessons Winter Session 1 Intermediate

Intermediate

This player has some tennis experience and is still developing their basic skills and tactics. Focus will be 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.  Activity # 233028 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/2-2/13 (7) Tu 02 1/3-2/14 (7) W 03 1/8-2/12 (6) M

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 2/4 Time 11A-12P 11A-12P 7-8:30P

R/NR $166/206 $166/206 $209/260

Advanced 1 (3.0) This player has dependable strokes, but lacks depth and variety. This player lacks consistency when trying for power.  Activity # 233028 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 04 1/3-2/14 (7) W 05 1/2-2/13 (7) Tu

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 2/4 Time 9:30-11A 1-2:30P

R/NR $243/303 $243/303

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.  Activity # 233028 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff Sect. Date (#cl) Day 06 1/2-2/13 (7) Tu

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 2/4 Time 9:30-11A

R/NR $243/303

Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233030 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 2/20-3/27 (6) Tu 02 2/21-3/28 (6) W 03 2/19-3/26 (6) M

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 2/4 Time 11A-12P 11A-12P 7-8:30P

R/NR $143/178 $143/178 $209/260

Advanced 1 (3.0) Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233030 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 04 2/21-3/28 (6) W 05 2/20-3/27 (6) Tu

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 2/4 Time 9:30-11A 1-2:30P

R/NR $209/260 $209/260

Advanced 2 (3.5) Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: First Serve Staff  Activity # 233030 Sect. Date (#cl) Day 06 2/20-3/27 (6) Tu

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 2/4 Time 9:30-11A

R/NR $209/260

Deerfield Park District Outdoor Tennis

Deerfield Park District owns and operates eight (8) outdoor tennis courts, two of which are lighted for night-time play.

Tennis Court Usage Policy

All courts are free | There are no attendants | Players are to use the rack-up system. • No more than 3 balls per court. • Lessons may be given by the park district staff only. • To reserve a court for play, hang your racquet in the designated area for that court prior to the scheduled court change. • You must remain with your racquet to validate your “reservation.” • Yield courts promptly at the scheduled time. Please be considerate and allow points in progress to be completed without interruption. • Courts change on the hour regardless of when play starts. • Park district programs have priority in tennis court use.

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Adult Programs Dog Obedience

Spanish

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. Dogs must complete beginner level to attend intermediate.

Ana Trbojevich teaches this continuation class with the development of basic speaking, listening, reading of an assigned book, and writing in Spanish; along with the study of the cultures of Spanish-speaking people. Story telling methodology is used to comprehend and to re-tell a story using the student’s own words and interpretation. Grammar is taught in context. It is expected that the students in this class will have a basic familiarity with essential vocabulary (greetings, numbers, days & months, time, family terms, and grammatical structures). This course is designed for students who have completed Beginning Spanish.

 Activity #213101 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Jane Coen

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 6/18

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Date (#cl)

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1/18-3/8 (8)

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6:30-7:30P

$100/120

7:30-8:30P

$100/120

Puppy 8 weeks – 5 months Beginner Dog 5 months+ 02

1/18-3/8 (8)

Th

R/NR

Intermediate Dog completed beginner dog 03

1/18-3/8 (8)

Th

8:30-9:30P

$100/120

Mah-Jongg for Beginners & Continuing Mah-Jongg Section 01: If you ever wanted to learn how to play the game of Mah-Jongg, this is the class for you. Learn the basic rules and strategies. Section 02: is a refresher class and is offered to students as an advancing intermediate course or for those who wish to improve their skills.  Activity # 213106 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Dale Solow

Age: 50 + Min/Max: 4/12

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Time

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2/1-3/8 (6)

Th

1-3P

$70/85

1-3P

$40/55

Beginner

Intermediate/refresher 02

3/15-3/29 (3)

Th

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 Activity # 213116 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Ana Trbojevich Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/5-3/9 (10) F

Beginning Canasta Canasta is a fun and exciting card game which has recently enjoyed a resurgence of popularity! Our experienced instructor Terri Argentar teaches canasta in a learn-as-you play game, with written instructions. At the last class, Terri provides students with a synopsis of the rules of play and score card sheet to copy for future games.  Activity # 213122 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Terri Argentar Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 3/5-4/9 (6) M

Deerfield Park District

Age: 50 + Min/Max: 8/12 Time PTC M/NM 9-11A $80/95

Dog Park Exercise your furry friend at the fenced, double gated dog park at Jaycee Park. The dog park spans 3/4 of an acre, with a doggie fountain, people fountain and picnic benches under a pavilion. Free for all.

1026 Wilmot Rd

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Age: 18 + Min/Max: 6/12 Time PTC M/NM 10-11:30A $130/145


Adult Programs Looking at Modern Art Explore the wonders of the art world with experienced art educator, Debra Levie. Travel to the most popular museums in the world via big screen and experience the treasures housed therein. A different artist or museum will be explored every month.  Activity # 213127 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Deborah Levie Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/5 (1) F 02 2/2 (1) F 03 3/2 (1) F

Age: 50 + Min/Max: 15/25 Time PTC M/NM 10A-12P $12/15 10A-12P $12/15 10A-12P $12/15

Film Course Join writer, filmmaker, and academic Reid Schultz as we analyze one of the most influential film periods of all time and the great filmmakers that emerged to showcase a changing America of the 1970s. In the early 1970s America was changing and Hollywood took note. Overnight a new generation of films and actors became popular. This 6-week class, meeting every Tuesday beginning January 16 and ending February 20, examines the films of these groundbreaking filmmakers and their unique contributions to showcase a shifting America through cinema. This fun, enlightening and educational course meets each week at 6pm and ends at 9:30pm. Each class will contain a lecture and then view a full-length film. Afterwards Reid will lead a discussion on the films for further analysis and explanation.  Activity # 213216 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Reid Schultz Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/16-2/20 (6) Tu

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 8/16 Time 6-9:30P

Fee $215

Jim Kendros Composer and Music Researcher Jim Kendros returns to the Patty Turner Center with his highly informative and entertaining series of immortal classical music! Learn about the lives of the great composers and experience videotaped live performances by world renowned artists. Jim Kendros will also perform for us on the piano to better understand the composer’s thinking and melodic composition.  Activity # 213235 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Jim Kendros Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/26 (1) F 02 2/23 (1) F 03 3/30 (1) F

Age: 50 + Min/Max: 5/25 Time PTC M/NM 10-11A $12/15 10-11A $12/15 10-11A $12/15

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Adult Art Adult Ceramics

Silberman Art Studio

Richard Cohen teaches the fundamentals of wheel throwing and pottery. Classes are limited to only three students to provide individual attention. You will work on your own projects at your own pace.

Elaine Silberman brings her warm, nurturing teaching style to this adult beginning art program. You will be introduced to the sheer joy of creating. You will learn basic drawing techniques and use of a wide variety of media: charcoal, pencil, and watercolors.

 Activity # 252602 Location: Jewett Park Comm Ctr Instructor: Richard Cohen Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-3/26 (12) M 02 1/9-3/27 (12) Tu 03 1/10-3/28 (12) W 04 1/11-3/29 (12) Th

 Activity # 213233 Location: See section Age: 18 + Instructor: Elaine Silberman Min/Max: 5/12 Sect. Date (#cl) Day Time Sect. 01 Patty Turner Center 01 1/8-3/12 (10) M 12:30-2:30P Sect. 02 Jewett Park Community Center 02 1/11-3/15 (10) Th 10A-12P

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 3/3 Time 7-9P 7-9P 7-9P 7-9P

Fee $461 $461 $461 $461

“Art is the Best Medicine”

Art Studio 74

Deerfield Park District

Fee $155 $155


Adult Fitness Prenatal Yoga

Continuing Yoga

Connect with your radiant self and your growing baby in this beautiful class designed especially for the pregnant woman. Tune in with breath and meditation in poses appropriate for you at all stages of pregnancy. Flow into poses for strengthening, opening and stress release. Feel anxiety melting away. Class is conducted in a calm, peaceful environment and will help you strengthen the uterus and pelvic muscles, improve circulation, aid in digestion, exercise the spine and increase overall comfort through asanas (poses) and breath exercises.

Students who have taken the beginning class are encouraged to continue. This class is designed to allow students to advance and grow in their practice of Yoga. Beginning postures will be reinforced and new postures introduced. Please bring your own mat to class.

 Activity # 292806 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/2-2/6 (6) Tu

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 6/20 Time 10:45-11:45A

R/NR $95/118

Gentle Yoga This class will feature simple stretches and postures to improve flexibility and overall good health along with relaxation and breath awareness. This class is designed for seniors and students who want to enjoy yoga in an easy, slow paced practice.  Activity # 212801 Location: Deerfield HS Instructor: Pat Constabileo Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-2/12 (5) M 02 2/19-3/26 (6) M No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 4/15 Time 6-7P 6-7P

 Activity # 212803 Location: Deerfield HS Instructor: Pat Constabileo Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-2/12 (5) M 02 2/19-3/26 (6) M No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/15

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 4/15 Time 7-8:30P 7-8:30P

R/NR $70/82 $83/95

Hatha Yoga 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.  Activity # 232801 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Joy Luster Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-4/16 (15) M

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 6/22 Time 7-8:15P

R/NR $190/230

R/NR $60/74 $71/83

Beginning Yoga Come and learn how Yoga helps release toxic waste in restricted parts of the body, helps release tension, increases flexibility and freedom of movement, improves postural alignment and increases mental clarity.  Activity # 212802 Location: Deerfield HS Instructor: Pat Constabileo Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/10-2/14 (6) W 02 2/21-3/28 (6) W

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 4/15 Time 7-8:30P 7-8:30P

R/NR $83/95 $83/95

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Adult Fitness & Leagues Tai Chi Yang

Feldenkrais

This ancient Chinese exercise program uses focused breathing techniques to help reduce stress, improve mental concentration, flexibility, balance and coordination.

Habits are formed through life experiences and repetitive actions, and can either help or hinder us. Through guided awareness and gentle persuasion, the Feldenkrais Method® creates balance and unity in the body. Efficient movement generates more power with less muscular effort and less wear and tear on all connective tissues. All classes can be adapted to any skill level and will be taught in sitting, standing, walking, and other positions, if the individual desires.

 Activity # 213217 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Nancy Tobias Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/2-2/27 (9) Tu 02 1/4-3/1 (9) Th 03 1/2-3/1 (18) Tu,Th

Age: 50 + Min/Max: 6/12 Time 10:45-11:45A 10:45-11:45A 10:45-11:45A

R/NR $100/115 $100/115 $200/215

 Activity # 213234 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Joyce Ann, OT Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/10-2/28 (8) W

Age: 50 + Min/Max: 4/8 Time 9-10A

PTC M/NM $90/110

Adult Basketball Leagues Team Registration for all Leagues • $50 refundable deposit • Completed league application • Roster/waiver form League application and waiver form may be found on our website at deerfieldparks.org or contact Jim Gariti at 847-572-2627.

Adult Men’s Winter Basketball Location: SRC Min/Max: 4/6 League Date (#cl) Men’s A 1/8 - 3/19 (10) Men’s B 1/10 - 3/21 (10)

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Age: 18+ Day M W

Time 6:30-9P 7:30-9P

Deerfield Park District

Fee $640 per team $640 per team

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.


Adult Fitness Offseason Triathlon Training

Pilates

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 triathlon goals. The focus is on endurance building in swimming, biking, and running as well as strength training and core conditioning. Jungle Gym Suspension Training is also included.

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.

 Activity # 292801 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Timothy Johnson Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 11/2-4/26 (26) Th

Age: 16 + Min/Max: 15/25 Time 7-8:30P

R/NR $325/355

50+ Fitness Light and Lively Taught by experienced fitness instructor, Judy Samuelson; this class includes chair exercises, stretching, strengthening, and gentle impact aerobics. Students will increase their strength, flexibility, and mobility while improving their posture and balance. Exercises will be simple, easy, and fun.  Activity # 213201 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Judy Samuelson Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/8-3/26 (12) M 02 1/11-3/29 (12) Th

Age: 50 + Min/Max: 5/13 Time PTC M/NM 9-10A $130/145 9-10A $130/145

Tone & Firm Staying toned and firm is a matter of dedication to a regular exercise routine. Improve your muscle tone and gain added strength and flexibility. Emphasis is on the arms, hips, stomach, and legs. Routines include no jumping or jogging.  Activity # 232804 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Body Power Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/9-3/20 (11) Tu 02 1/11-3/22 (11) Th 03 1/9-3/22 (22) Tu,Th

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 5/15 Time 6:45-7:45P 6:45-7:45P 6:45-7:45P

R/NR $145/180 $145/180 $290/335

 Activity # 232805 Location: Patty Turner Center Instructor: Julie Cheifetz Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/9-3/20 (9) Tu No class dates: Sect. 01: 1/16, 2/20

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 8/16 Time 8:45-9:45A

R/NR $126/160

Adult Beginners Golf Golf is a game for a lifetime. These classes are designed to give a beginner golfer the basic fundamentals of the game prior to the spring golf season. The program is taught by our LPGA & PGA professionals.  Activity # 285004 Location: Sachs Recreation Ctr Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/9-1/25 (6) Tu,Th 02 2/6-2/22 (6) Tu,Th 03 3/6-3/22 (6) Tu,Th

Age: 18+ Min/Max: 4/8 Time 9-10A 9-10A 9-10A

Fee $200 $200 $200

Adult Beginner paddle tennis Deerfield Park District is teaming up with Tennaqua Swim and Racquet Club to offer Paddle Tennis. Lessons are held on Tennaqua’s outdoor paddle courts at their Deerfield Facility, however, registration is through the Deerfield Park District. This is a fall and winter sport no matter what your skill level. Classes will focus on basic paddle skills, hand eye coordination, sportsmanship and even match play by the end of the session.  Activity # 233071 Location: Tennaqua Swim/Racket Club Instructor: Staff - TBA Sect. Date (#cl) Day 01 1/24-2/28 (6) W 02 1/25-3/1 (6) Th 03 1/27-3/3 (6) Sa

Age: 18 + Min/Max: 4/10 Time 11:30A-12:30P 5:50-6:50P 11A-12P

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Adult Fitness Classes

Total conditioning

Warrior 450 Are you interested in group fitness classes? Sign up for a Sachs Recreation Center Membership and start participating in these INCLUDED classes.

See page 58 for membership Details

Sachs Recreation Center Fitness Classes barre bootcamp

Total conditioning Fit bar fusion

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PTC - Events & Info Patty Turner Center’s Specialty Programs Patty Turner Center

PTC Theme Dinner Events

Friday with Friends

This beautiful Deerfield center is home to a membership base of 850 active senior adults. Featuring a wide array of classes, events and excursions, members can select from a variety of programming offered throughout the week.

Throughout the year, the PTC hosts a number of popular theme-dinner events complete with mixer receptions, catered fare and live entertainment. Oftentimes sold-out, we encourage members and guests to register well in advance. For details about upcoming events, please contact the PTC.

A monthly community program where members, guests and friends are invited to meet others in a casual and friendly setting. Please plan on joining us for a variety of enjoyable programs and light refreshments.

PTC Tuesday Morning Men’s Club

FREE movies are offered on Thursday afternoons to all PTC members. Join us for hot popcorn, cold refreshments and a newer release film…all on the big screen!

The Patty Turner Center offers a complete array of social service programs including monthly support group meetings, resource assistance and a medical lending closet. The Patty Turner Center also offers a rental program specifically designed for adults interested in conducting private business meetings or hosting private events.

Yearly Membership Dues Per Person Cost: $30 Resident $45 Non-Resident • Enjoy the company of other members from the surrounding area! • FREE amenities provided to members! • Access to our computers and library! • FREE internet and Wi-Fi! • FREE “Drop-In” Programs such as table games, knitting group, various card groups and our popular weekly “Movies for Members!” • Reduced fees on all PTC classes, workshops, events and trips and rentals!

Each week, nearly 85 gentlemen of the center come to enjoy pastries and coffee and hear from a variety of provocative authorities who present programs on religion, art, music, politics, technology, and world and national history. Coffee, pastries and camaraderie begin at 8:15AM with programs beginning at 8:45AM. Programs conclude at 10:00AM. Guests are welcome.

PTC Women’s Club Luncheons & Desserts

PTC Movies for Members

Remember Then Reminiscence and Discussion Program Patty Turner Center members are invited to bring your memories to our reminiscence group. Conversation begins with one topic, but who knows where it will take us? Join us and hear what everyone’s talking about. Programs are moderated by PTC members, Donna and Bruce Stupple.

The PTC Women’s Club offers a variety of monthly afternoon affairs for members and guests. Each month, along with either a catered lunch or chef prepared dessert, enjoy the talents of area speakers, presenters and artists of note. Guests are welcome.

staying in touch The Patty Turner Center is always adding new and fun events to our calendar. Stay up to date on upcoming programs and events by downloading the bi-monthly Patty Turner Center Bulletin from PattyTurnerCenter.org or call the Patty Turner Center at 847-940-4010 to find out what exciting events are upcoming.

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Patty Turner Center

375 Elm Street Deerfield, IL 60015 | 847-940-4010

Walk-In Programs for

Day Trips

Members

Walk-in activities for members that do not require pre-registration. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Big Band Sound of Deerfield Billiards Bocce League Book Club Bridge (Social & Duplicate) Canasta Caregiver Support Group (ACES) Computer & Library Resource Deerfield Community Band Golf Leagues Hummers & Strummers Ukulele Band Knitting Mah Jongg Men’s Club Movies for Members Open Canasta Ping Pong Podiatry Services Poker Social Services Table Top Games

Extended Trips We offer extended trips in conjunction with American Classic Tours. Call 847-572-2653 for more information.

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The Patty Turner Center offers a variety of fun and affordable day trips each month. All trips are taken in a luxury motor coach provided by Windy City Limo. Enjoy a hassle-free excursion with your friends, without the worry of driving and parking! All members and guests are welcome! The PTC is thrilled to present our Winter schedule of excursions. For updated details and availability, please contact the Patty Turner Center at 847-940-4010.

the pheasant run presents “the Rat pack is back!”  Activity # 113250 Sect. Date 09 11/8

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Racine Holiday Mansion & Bakery Tour  Activity # 113250 Sect. Date 04 11/30

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The Sanfilippo Estate Holiday Lunch, Wurlitzer Concert, & Tour  Activity # 113250 Sect. Date 07 12/13

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PTC - Special Events Winter Band Concert

Escape to Margaritaville

Winter Band Concert - Just perfect for the season, delight in wintertime favorites performed by the Deerfield Community Band. Light refreshments will be served after the concert.

Escape from the land-locked Midwest as we transport you to the islands of swaying palm trees, the radiant sun and the sound of ocean waves! Join us as we present, “Escape to Margaritaville,” our first-ever theme-dinner event celebrating the music of Jimmy Buffet featuring “Pirates over 40” a fun and energetic yacht-rock band covering all your tropical dance favorites. In addition to an evening on the beach, indulge in a delicious buffet of island fare as catered by Hel’s Kitchen of Northbrook! What a wonderful escape from the cold Chicago nights!

 Activity # 113231 Location: Patty Turner Center Sect. Date Day 03 12/3 Su

Age: 50 + Time PTC M/NM 2-3:30P $10/12

PTC Members Winter Party The Patty Turner Center Members Council is proud to present this year’s Annual Winter Party, sponsored by Whitehall of Deerfield & PTC Members Council. An elegant evening affair featuring an atrium reception, delicious dinner buffet catered by Hel’s Kitchen of Northbrook and the Big Band dance music of Eddie Harrison and Paris Swing! Mark your calendar and plan to join us for this festive celebration.  Activity # 113241 Location: Patty Turner Center Sect. Date Day 01 12/7 Th

Registration Deadline: One week in advance

Age: 50 + Time PTC M/NM 5:30-8P $28/38

 Activity # 213231 Location: Patty Turner Center Sect. Date Day 01 1/25 Th

Age: 50 + Time PTC M/NM 5:30-8P $28/38

Deerfield Fireman’s Five Alarm Chili Bowl In February, join us as we welcome the return of Deerfield’s finest as they host this year’s Fireman’s Five - Alarm Chili Bowl! Come and enjoy homemade chili and sweet cornbread as prepared by the Deerfield Fire Department.  Activity # 213231 Location: Patty Turner Center Sect. Date Day 02 2/9 F

Age: 50 + Time PTC M/NM 12-2P $5/8

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Patty Turner Center Patty Turner Center staff member Margie Fischer, M.A., offers a variety of helpful services for older adults and their families. From caregiver support groups to topics related to Medicare, Margie has extensive knowledge of programs and services. She can provide information and referral, help with applying for benefits and make home visits when necessary. Call or visit her in the Social Service Resource Center. Service is free and confidential. Margie is generally in the office on Tuesdays & Wednesdays 847-940-4010.

Answers to Your Medicare Questions PTC is a host site for the Illinois Department on Aging’s SHIP (Senior Health Insurance Program). SHIP is a National program that provides FREE counseling and information on Enrollment, Prescription Drug Plans, Supplemental Plans, Subsidies to offset the cost of Medicare, and Claims and Appeals. Trained volunteers are available to answer your questions. Appointments are required and can be made by calling the PTC Front Desk.

Two Caregiver Support Programs Studies show caregivers reduce stress, enjoy improved health, and provide better care when receiving support. PTC offers two groups that provide valuable information on relevant topics, leads on resources, and the opportunity to share concerns and tips with other caregivers. One group is specifically for those caring for someone with dementia. It meets on the first Monday of the month at 2pm. The other group is ACES (Adult Caregiver Education & Support) is for any family caregiver, regardless of the diagnosis. ACES meets from 1-2:30 PM on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month in the PTC library. Come to one or both! Whether you are seeking information on available services, are feeling stress or sadness from caring for a loved one, these groups can help.

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Additional Services & Programs Wellness Services The Patty Turner Center offers an array of onsite wellness programs ranging from Podiatry Services to Massage Therapy. Please contact the center for further information.

Growing Together Inter-Generational Program Children today are often cut off from grandparents and other older adults. 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 in the morning or afternoon– spending time with a small group of children and their teacher. For details, call our Preschool at 847-572-2634.

Staying Connected PTC has its own website full of information on programs, trips, an event calendar and more. For PTC stories, pictures and more, visit our Facebook page or see the PTC Bulletin. Membership or registration forms may be downloaded from our website: www.pattyturnercenter.org.

Music, Music! Hummers & Strummers The PTC Ukulele Band

Are you interested in music? Do you enjoy singing along to familiar tunes? If so, why not consider becoming a member of the PTC’s very own “Hummers & Strummers” ukulele group? Practices are held at the PTC on Thursday afternoons at 12:45 PM. All participants are expected to be a PTC member and participate in an 8-week orientation session. There is a $50 materials fee for books and a loaner instrument. Players of all levels are welcome!

Deerfield Community Band The Deerfield Community Concert Band performs a wide variety of music including show tunes and patriotic classics. Under the direction of Conductor Larry Goltz, 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: www.deerfieldcommunityband.com.

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 1930’s and 1940’s. The band leader is Owen Marks. Any adult with swing band experience is welcome. Rehearsals are held on Wednesday evenings at the Patty Turner Center. For more information, contact Bill Cottle at 847-446-9496.


Patty Turner Center Membership Form

Phone: 847-940-4010 | Fax: 847-317-2564 If faxed, please do not duplicate by mail. Mail or Drop Off with payment: Patty Turner Center: 375 Elm Street. Deerfield, IL 60015 We encourage participation by everyone and provide reasonable accommodations in accordance with ADA standards. If you require program assistance for special needs, check the box to be contacted by our NSSRA Inclusion Liaison, Jeff Nehila. A diagnosis is not necessary. Jeff can also be reached at 847-572-2612 or jeff@deerfieldparks.org.

First and Last Name

Spouse First and Last Name

Address

City

Zip (Required)

Home Phone

Cell Phone

Email

Emergency Contact Name

Emergency Contact Phone Cell

 Current PTC Member  New PTC Membership

 $30/Park District Resident  $45/Non-Resident

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.

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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.

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Payment Information

Participant’s Signature

 Visa  MasterCard  Discover  American Express  Cash  Check Ch# __________

Cardholder’s Name_________________________________________Total Payment $_________________________________

made payable to Deerfield Park District

Cardholder’s Signature________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Credit Card Number

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Registration Information Online Registration

You may register online for most activities. Web registration is quick and convenient. You can view real time availability and save time! First time registering online? Please follow the “Register Online” links at 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. Will I know right away if I get in? Yes. Online registration works in real time, so, as soon as you complete the payment process and get a confirmation email your enrollment is confirmed. If a class is full, you may join the wait list online.

Program Cancellation

Please register early! At some point, we have to determine if enrollment is sufficient to hold a class. If enough participants are not registered, classes may be canceled. Those waiting until the last minute or for the first day of class may find it’s too late.

Registration Forms

Additional registration forms can be downloaded online at www.deerfieldparks.org. Forms are also available at any of our facilities.

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Registration Steps • Print legibly in ink.

• Read the registration form carefully and fill it out completely, including class names, activity code numbers and sections. • Once a registration form is turned in, it cannot be changed. • Please let us know at the time of your registration of any medical condition that requires staff attention. • If you fax in your form, please do not send a duplicate by mail. • Payment may be made by check or Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express credit cards. If paying by credit card, please make sure all information, including the card number, expiration date and cardholder’s signature are completed on the registration form. • Do not use cash if you drop off your registration in the drop-off box. • 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.

Lottery Registration for Camps and Preschool

As some of our camps and preschool classrooms fill quickly, we encourage participants to register by the lottery deadline of 5 PM on January 5, 2018. This gives all our residents an equal opportunity to register for camps and preschool. To be included in the random computerized lottery, your registration must be received at the park district by 5 PM on January 5, 2018. For your convenience, you may mail, drop off or fax your registration form.

Waiting Lists

If you select a class and it’s full, you will be put on a waiting list. We will notify you of all class placements, cancellations, and/or changes.

Priority Registration for Deerfield Park District Residents

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.


registration Information Resident & Special School District #109 and #113 Rates

Resident rates will apply to those who live within the Park District boundaries. If a participant does not live within the park district boundaries but enrolls in a program that is held at a District 109 or 113 school and they reside in that school district, then they pay the resident rate.

Proof of Residency

Proof of residency is 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. Online registration users who have set up an account do not need to show proof of residency again at this time. Proof of residency includes both: • 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. • A valid driver’s license or other photo-ID containing your current address. Proof of residency needs to be brought in to Jewett Park Community Center, Patty Turner Center, Sachs Recreation Center, or Deerfield Golf Club. We do this to ensure that the registration procedures remain fair. Thank you for your compliance and assistance.

Improper Registration

Those who register for our 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.

Contributions to Grants-in-Aid

Checking the box when you register allows registrants to make a voluntary contribution to the Deerfield Park Foundation for our Grants-in-Aid (Scholarship) Fund. The fund is used for people who are in serious financial need to participate in park district programs. 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 Recreation. We appreciate your support.

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. • A refund may be obtained two (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 canceled 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.

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General Information Mission Statement

To provide outstanding parks, services, facilities and recreation programs that enrich lives, promote healthy living and inspire memorable experiences.

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.

Be a good neighbor

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 847-945-8636.

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Photo Permission

Our staff or designees often take pictures or video at programs and events for: brochures and other marketing materials; website; and other print, electronic and online publicity. Most people are delighted to see pictures of themselves or their family members in our publicity. Photographers from print or other media outlets may also take pictures or video 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. We cannot guarantee that a photo taken will be used or not be used, nor promise that it will only be used in certain circumstances. If you prefer your family members’ pictures not be taken, please notify us in writing. NOTE: If you do see a photo posted to our website, Facebook page, or other Park District site of you or your family member that you would like removed, just request the photo to be taken down by commenting on the picture or by emailing Sherry@ deerfieldparks.org. For questions or more information, you may also call our Communications Manager at 847-945-0650.

ThorGuard

ThorGuard Lightning Prediction Systems are installed 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 ThorGuard warnings are not heard or seen.

Follow these warnings for safety: • One prolonged horn blast signifies a strong lightning risk. • The strobe light signals a continuing lightning alert condition. • Three short horn blasts (and ceasing of strobe light illumination) signal it may be safe to return to the area, but use discretion.

Keeping our Parks Beautiful

To provide safe, healthy and aesthetically pleasing parks, we engage in the limited use of lawn care products as part of an integrated pest management program. A one-time annual application of herbicide to park and school sites is usually completed between Aug. 15 – Nov. 1 of each year. We publicize the date of the application and inform the appropriate school sites and residents who have asked to be advised of this process.

Program/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.


General Information 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.

Insurance

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. You can avoid injury by following the rules, using good sense and

being considerate of both Park District property and others using it.

Infectious Diseases, Food Allergies, Medication, Illness

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 is 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 details. Illness: Please do not attend class nor send children who are ill to class.

Americans with Disabilities Act

Our Park District and other public agencies are subject to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 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 Jeff Nehila at 847-572-2612.

Services for Residents with Disabilities Deerfield Park District is a partner with Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association (NSSRA). Formed in 1970, NSSRA is an extension of ten park districts, two cities and one village in the northern suburbs of Chicago and provides and facilitates year-round

recreation programs and services for children, teens and adults with disabilities. NSSRA offers recreation, sport, cultural, social, and leisure programs and events available throughout the year, creating new experiences, opportunities for skill development, leisure time, and perhaps most importantly, friendship. NSSRA has been creating an environment of belonging through play since 1970, and has the distinction of being the first Special Recreation Association in the country. We believe that everyone should have the chance to try something new. This means you have the opportunity to participate in any one of NSSRA’s nearly 600 annual programs, or that you have the opportunity to participate in one of the Deerfield Park District programs with the assistance of an NSSRA Inclusion companion.

Inclusion Services

Deerfield Park District program Inclusion services are available to residents with special needs at no additional cost to the family. Inclusion services may include, when necessary, staff training, program modifications/adaptations, modified equipment and program observations. Reasons to Request Inclusion Services • A parent or family member recognizes that a participant would benefit from additional support in a Deerfield Park District program. • Deerfield Park District staff identifies a need for additional support, for safety and programmatic reasons, and communicates this need to the family. Requesting Inclusion Services When registering for a Deerfield Park District program for the first time: • Mark the accommodation Section of the registration form to indicate that the participant will require assistance from NSSRA. • Once your registration form is submitted, the Deerfield Park District will contact you to discuss the type of Inclusion support needed for the participant. • The Deerfield Park District will provide NSSRA with an Inclusion request that contains both program and participant information. • You will be contacted by NSSRA to discuss the needs of the participant and get input on the type of support required. • NSSRA will work with the Deerfield Park District to put the necessary Inclusion accommodations in place for participation in the desired program(s). • Communication between you, NSSRA, and Deerfield Park District staff continues throughout the Inclusion process. For more information regarding Deerfield Park District Inclusion services contact: Linda Anderson, Director of Recreation Deerfield Park District • 847-572-2615 lindaa@deerfieldparks.org Meggan Davies, Recreation Manager for Inclusion NSSRA 847-509-9400 x6828 • mdavies@nssra.org For more information about Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association (NSSRA) go to www.nssra.org/.

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836 Jewett Park Drive, Deerfield, IL 60015-3291 847-945-0650

1201 Saunders Riverwoods, IL 60015 847-945-8333

Jewett Park offers multiple playgrounds, skate park, pavilion with outdoor fireplace, athletic fields, and more. The Community Center is home to our Preschool Program; Early Childhood Programs; Indoor Treehouse Playground; Deerfield Dance Studio; Cooking, Art and Ceramics areas; District Administrative offices & Registration. JPCC also offers rental opportunities.

Whether you are just starting out or are an accomplished player, our course, lessons, outings and events are designed with you in mind. The 18-hole course, practice range, learning center and Pro Shop meet all your golfing needs. Visit the FORE Restaurant and Bar after golf for food and drinks. DGCLC offers year-round banquet and rental opportunities.

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Patty Turner Center (PTC)

Sachs Recreation Center (SRC)

375 Elm Street Deerfield, IL 60015 847-940-4010

455 Lake Cook Road Deerfield, IL 60015 847-572-2600

A Deerfield Park District program in partnership with the Village of Deerfield, providing Enrichment Classes, Events, Activities and Services for Adults 50+. PTC is a beautifully designed, spacious facility also available for banquets and rentals.

Located in Deerfield Park Plaza, west of Waukegan Road & south of Lake Cook Road. Our 100,000 sq ft facility houses a Fitness Center with cardio equipment and weight training rooms; dance room; indoor track; pool; tennis courts; a racquetball court; three gyms; indoor cycling studio; Mind-Body Studio; Jungle Gym Training Studio; & more! This truly is a fitness and recreation destination for everyone. Meeting rooms, party areas, and banquet facilities are available for rental.

Maintenance Center 465 Elm Street Deerfield, IL 60015

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Schools OUT trips!

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Summer Camp & Preschool Lottery Registration Deadline Summer Camp & Preschool Registration Opens MLK Day – School’s Out Programs p.18 Escape to Margaritaville Theme Dinner p.13

9 Deerfield Fireman’s Five Alarm Chili Bowl p.14 11 Daddy & Daughter Dinner Dance p.14 19 & 20 President’s Day – School’s Out Programs p.19 20 Deerfield Golf Club Spring Open House 24 Kids Only Flea Market p.15

5 Pulaski Day – School’s Out Trips p.19 9 Mom and Son Sport Night p.15 9, 10, 11 Theater D Performance, “Over the River and Through the Woods” 16, 17, 18 Theater D Performance, “Over the River and Through the Woods”

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COHO IMX Invite at DHS Winter Band Concert p.13 Candy Cane Train Theater D Auditions p.5 Theater D Callbacks p.5 Members Winter Party p.13 2018 Weekend Permanent Tee Time Lottery p.54 Winter Break Camps & Workshops p.18 Winter Break Camps & Workshops p.18

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4 Chili Open Golf Outing at DGCLC 10 Veterans Day – School’s Out Trips 10 Pancake Breakfast at PTC 10, 11, 12 DFT Performs “Into the Woods” 13 Winter Registration Opens for Residents 17 Mom/Daughter Activity Night 17, 18, 19 DFT Performs “Into the Woods” 21, 22 School’s Out Trips p.16 23 Earn Your Bird at SRC 27 Winter Registration Opens for Non-Residents 30 Sarah Hall Theatre performs “Peter Pan” 2-3 3 3 3 4 7 13 18 - 22 27 - 29

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Summer Camp Info!

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Little Learners Three year olds Pre-K 4’s

2018-19 Preschool Enrollment Lottery January 5, 2018

Summer Camp Lottery Deadline

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Take a tour of our Preschool!

2 - 6 Spring Flings during Spring Break 2 - 6 Spring Break Sports Camps

JPCC Jewett Park Community Center | DGCLC Deerfield Golf Club & Learning Center | PTC Patty Turner Center | SRC Sachs Recreation Center | DHS Deerfield HS

Deerfield Park District Winter 2018 Program Guide  
Deerfield Park District Winter 2018 Program Guide  

The Deerfield Park District in Deerfield, IL, was established in 1951 to provide recreation programs and facilities for residents of all age...