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Fall 2017 Program Guide Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County MEETING UNIQUE NEEDS

Providing Recreation Programs and Services for Individuals with Special Needs for the Residents of Lindenhurst, Round Lake, Waukegan & Zion Park Districts


SRSNLC INFORMATION MEET THE STAFF

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LINDENHURST PARK DISTRICT

Lippert Community Center 2200 E. Grass Lake Rd.  |  Lindenhurst, IL 60046 847-356-6011 phone  |  847-356-6063 fax Katie Kozuch – Recreation Program Manager  |  847-356-6011 ext. 108  kkozuch@lindenhurstparks.org

ROUND LAKE AREA PARK DISTRICT Robert W. Rolek Community Center 814 Hart Road  |  Round Lake, IL 60073 847-546-8558 phone  |  847-740-8180 fax

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Jessica Jeffery-Findley – Program Manager  |  847-740-9828 ext. 5092  jjeffery@rlapd.org Jenny Simpson – Program Supervisor  |  847-740-9828 ext. 5093  jenny_simpson@rlapd.org Justine Galvin – T.O.D.A.Y Club Coordinator  |  847-740-9828 ext. 5140  todayclub1@gmail.com

WAUKEGAN PARK DISTRICT

Upton Park/Douglas House 2000 Belvidere Street  |  Waukegan, IL 60085 847-360-4760 phone  |  847-662-2577 fax

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Julie Schneider, CTRS, CPRP, CPP,

SRSNLC Safety Coordinator – Manager  |  847-360-4762  jschneider@waukeganparks.org Kari Robinson, CTRS, CPRP, CPP – Rec. Supervisor  |  847-360-4763  krobinson@waukeganparks.org Maria Owens – Rec. Specialist  |  847-360-4764  mowens@waukeganparks.org Registration Attendent  |  847-782-3300

ZION PARK DISTRICT

Leisure Center 2400 Dowie Memorial Dr.  |  Zion, IL 60099 847-746-5500 phone  |  847-746-5506 fax

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*After hours 1-847-746-5500 ext. 446

Teresa Hayhurst – Program Director  thayhurst@zionparkdistrict.org

PROGRAM GUIDE KEY TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION

BUS – Door to Door Programs with this symbol offer door to door transportation with additional fee. HOUSE – Transportation Home Only Programs with this symbol offer transportation home only. DOLLAR BILL – Bring Spending Money Programs with this symbol require additional money be brought for the purchase of a meal or souvenirs.

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Mission Statement It is the MISSION of SRSNLC to educate our citizens to become responsible, productive, healthy, and contributing members of our society by preparing them through recreation with a dynamic and caring environment, which excites them and invites them to participate.

Table of Contents SRSNLC Information....................................................................... 2 SRSNLC Policies.............................................................................. 3 SRSNLC General Information......................................................... 4 Lindenhurst - Seasonal Programs............................................... 5-7 Lindenhurst - Community Events.................................................. 7 Lindenhurst - Athlets and Fans...................................................... 8 Lindenhurst - Special Events.......................................................... 9 Round Lake - Adults & Early Childhood....................................... 10 Round Lake - In House Fun.......................................................... 11 Round Lake - On the Town...................................................... 11-12 Round Lake - Sports and Fitness............................................. 12-13 Round Lake - Special Events........................................................ 14 Waukegan - Day Program & Arts & Crafts................................... 15 Waukegan - Sports-Fitness-Aquatics...................................... 16-17 Waukegan - Socials and Outings............................................. 17-18 Waukegan - Kids and Teens.................................................... 19-20 Waukegan - Family Programs...................................................... 20 Zion - Sports................................................................................ 21 Zion - In House Fun................................................................. 21-22 Zion - Out-N-About...................................................................... 22 Zion - Take the Day Off & Special Events..................................... 23 SRSNLC Code of Conduct & Behavior Expectations..................... 24 SRSNLC Annual Information Form.......................................... 25-26 SRSNLC - 2017 Registration Form................................................ 27 SRSNLC Seizure Questionnaire.................................................... 28 Application for Participation in Special Olympics................... 29-30 Facility Directory.......................................................................... 31

Contact Us:

Please be aware that you can use the Illinois Relay Center to contact us during our office hours. To use the service, call 1-800-526-0844 (TDD ONLY) or 1-800-526-0857 (Voice). If, due to a visual impairment, you need our brochure or other documents in an alternate format, please contact our office.

Full Access For All - ADA

 The Special Recreation Services of Lindenhurst, Round Lake, Waukegan, and Zion advocates for full participation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which prohibits discrimination in the provision of programs, services or activities to individuals with disabilities. Every attempt at reasonable accommodation will be made so that individuals may participate in a desired program.  SRSNLC and your local park districts are committed to meeting your unique, individual leisure needs. Please call us if we can assist you at any time.

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SRSNLC POLICIES Program Cancellations SRSNLC attempts to hold programs whenever possible. However, inclement weather occasionally makes it difficult for staff and participants to travel to program locations. SRSNLC cancellation policies are as follows: 1. Staff look at all circumstances one hour prior to the starting time of the program or transportation route to determine if it should be cancelled. 2. If the program is cancelled, program staff attempt to reach  all participants by phone to inform them of the cancellation.  You will only be called if the program is cancelled. 3. S RSNLC attempts to extend programs to make up any missed dates. 4. SRSNLC sends out a letter informing all participants whether the program has been extended. 5. Registration deadlines must be adhered to. If there are not the required minimum participants by the date listed, the program must be cancelled due to reservation requirements. Full refunds will be given.

Cancellation by Registrants

A 20% cancellation charge and/or programming expenses will be assessed for all refund requests made before the first meeting date of the program. No refund is given once the first class has met unless a doctor’s request is presented to SRSNLC, which will then allow a prorated refund.

SRSNLC Resident & Non-Resident Policy RESIDENT

1. Includes those residing in Lindenhurst, Round Lake, Waukegan, and Zion Park Districts. 2. Registrants from any of the above listed Park Districts qualify for a resident rate and are welcome to register through their home district. Residents of SRSNLC include those in the Round Lake, Lindenhurst, Waukegan, and Zion Park Districts. Non-Residents residing in communities having active park districts or recreation departments will pay an additional 50% fee for all programs. Call the local SRSNLC office to see if this affects you.

LATE PICK UP FEE: Participants are to be picked up promptly at the end of a program. A $1.00 per minute late fee will be assessed for late pick-ups. Late fees are due prior to attending the next program. Please refer to your day camp manual for camp specific late fee policies.

Transportation SRSNLC has implemented these transportation procedures to ensure participants ride safely in our vehicles:  1. All passengers must be sitting in seats or wheelchairs with belts securely fastened. The driver will not proceed until all seat belts are fastened.  2. All wheelchairs must have brakes that are in good working order and can stop the chair from moving.  3. Drivers will assist participants to and from their homes, but driveways and walks must be clear of debris and obstacles.  4. Staff are responsible for determining whether or not a participant can be transported safely. If it is determined that it would be dangerous to transport a participant, the driver may refuse to transport that participant. 5. Participants riding in Amigo-type wheelchairs must transfer into a van seat and must use a seat belt.  6. Participants unable to be in a house alone should have someone meet the vehicle at the designated time of return. SRSNLC cannot wait more than 10 minutes due to the demanding transportation schedule.  7. SRSNLC reserves the right to refuse to transport participants. Please realize that these policies have been developed to ensure the safety of everyone riding SRSNLC vehicles. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.  8. SRSNLC transports in-district participants only.  9. Late registrants may not have transportation during the first week of programs due to routing changes. Participants are notified if a problem occurs. 10. Departure times are set and abided by. If changes occur, participants are notified by phone. Return times may vary because of traffic and/or weather conditions. However, all is done to return on time.

Overnight Trip Policies

All participants must submit a complete Overnight Trip Form, Medication Dispensing Release Form, a copy of a valid government issued identification card, and a copy of his/her current medical insurance card one week prior to departure date. Please note that sleeping arrangements will be determined upon our arrival to destination. Participants may or may not share a double/queen/king size bed. Staff may or may not be in the same room as your adult participant. Trips are designed for adults with special needs that can function with minimal assistance. Overnight trip registrations require preapproval by the SRSNLC Program Manager.

Refund Policy:

No refunds are given unless . . . 1. The trip is cancelled by the park district. 2. The person desiring a refund finds a replacement. 3. The district has a waiting list for the trip.

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SRSNLC GENERAL INFORMATION Wellness Guidelines

Participation Guidelines When Illness Occurs

LINDENHURST PARK DISTRICT:

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

ROUND LAKE PARK DISTRICT:

Mon.-Fri. – 8:30am - 7:30pm Saturday – 9:00am - 12:00noon

2. Vomiting within the last 24 hours.

FIELD HOUSE SPORTS AND FITNESS CENTER WAUKEGAN:

Mon.-Fri. – 5:00am - 10:00pm Saturday – 7:00am - 7:00pm Sunday – 7:00am - 7:00pm

3. Persistent diarrhea in conjunction with other symptoms.

In consideration of the other participants and staff, to prevent the

spread of contagious illnesses, participants must refrain from attending programs when any of the following conditions exist: 1. Fever of 100 degrees or higher.

4. Contagious rash or a rash of unknown origin. 5. Persistent cough and/or cold symptoms. 6. “Pink Eye” (conjunctivitis) or discharge from the eye. 7. Symptoms of mumps, measles, chicken pox, strep throat, flu, impetigo, Coxsackie virus, head lice, mites, and ringworm. 8. R unny nose with yellow or green discharge WHICH INDICATES INFECTION. 9. Fatigue, due to illness, that will hinder participation and enjoyment in the program. Please notify the SRSNLC office if the participant contracts any contagious illness that will affect his/her attendance at the program. Participants should return to programs at the doctor’s recommendation, or, if not under a doctor’s care, when the symptoms have clearly passed.

Spanish Interpreters Available If you need to contact us about program information, Spanish interpreters are available at: Waukegan office (847) 360-4789 after 4pm Round Lake office (847) 546-8558. Zion office (847) 746-5500 after 12pm Si necesita ponerse en contacto con nosotros para pedir informaticiõn sobre nuestros programas en español, tenemos traductores disponibles en la oficina de Waukegan al (847) 360-4789 la oficina de Round Lake al (847) 546-8558, y la oficina de Zion al (847) 746-5500.

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ZION LEISURE CENTER:

Mon.-Fri. – 9:00am - 6:00pm Saturday – 8:00am - 2:00pm

Please detach the Registration Form and complete in detail. The full registration fee is due before the registration deadline. Call your local office for alternate payment plans. Register in person or mail the registration with check or money order payable to your local Park District. Complete the attached Annual Information Form in the winter season only unless this is a new registration or information has changed.

Medication Distribution Parents and guardians are asked to dispense medication on their own, outside of program hours, if at all possible. Staff are not able to dispense all types of medications. All requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Please contact your local office for approval for any medication requests at least one week prior to the start of the program. If a medication is approved to be dispensed by district staff, a Permission to Dispense Medication form must be completed. In all cases, medication dispensing can only be administered, changed, or modified by completing a Permission to Dispense Medication form.

All athletes MUST sign Sportsmanship Contract

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LINDENHURST SEASONAL PROGRAMS Pizza and a Movie

Its Friday night and that can only mean one thing… Pizza and a Movie! Join your friends for delicious pizza and the latest DVD. Location: Lippert Community Center Age: 13 & Older Fee: $12R / $18NR CODE DAY DATE TIME 393402-A F 10/27 6:00pm-8:00pm Reg. Deadline: October 13, 2017 393402-B F 11/17 6:00pm-8:00pm Reg. Deadline: November 3, 2017

Denny’s and a Matinee

TRANSPORTATION

Join us for a great breakfast at Denny’s in Gurnee and then after go catch a flick at Gurnee Cinema.

Richardson Christmas Tree Farm

Join SRSNLC – Lindenhurst & Round Lake as we head to Richardson’s Tree Farm in Spring Grove, to find and cut down the perfect tree! After, we will head to their holiday store and warm up with some hot chocolate and donuts from the café. Then we will head back to the Teen Center and set up and decorate our tree, listen to holiday music and enjoy lunch together. Location: Spring Grove, Illinois Age: 13 & Older Fee: $20R / $30NR Reg. Deadline: November 28, 2017 CODE DAY 393407-A Tu

DATE TRANS. TIME 12/5 9:45am-3:15pm

Monday Movie Club

Enjoy a movie at Marcus Gurnee Cinema once a month. Price includes movie ticket. Times and theatre subject to change based on movie selection. Location: Gurnee Cinema, Gurnee Age: 13 & Older Fee: $18R / $27NR

Let’s start the holiday season off with a blast! We will be heading up to the Grand Geneva to tour the magical sight of over 2 million lights across the resort’s 1,300 acers of rolling countryside, one of the Midwest’s largest light displays. Dinner at Gino’s East in Downtown Lake Geneva, will be included. Location: Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Age: 13 & Older Fee: $25R / $37NR Reg. Deadline: November 20, 2017 CODE DAY 393407-D M

DATE TRANS. TIME 11/27 4:30pm-9:00pm

Diner’s Club

Location: Gurnee, Illinois Age: 16 & Older Fee: $30R ($37 door-to-door) / $45NR CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 393406-A F 9/22 10:00am-3:00pm Reg. Deadline: August 25, 2017 393406-B F 10/20 10:00am-3:00pm Reg. Deadline: September 29, 2017 393406-C F 11/10 10:00am-3:00pm Reg. Deadline: October 13, 2017 393406-D F 12/15 10:00am-3:00pm Reg. Deadline: November 17, 2017

Christmas is the Country

Galos Salt Caves

The magic world of salt, miraculous rest, health, and relaxation invites you to take advantage of a session in the salt-iodine cave-Galos. Enjoy relaxing in a 45-minute session. It is suggested to bring an extra pair of clean socks, and dress in comfortable or loose-fitting clothing. You may consult your doctor if you have hyperthyroidism, cancerous diseases, low blood pressure, claustrophobia, or allergy to iodine. Before our session, we will have lunch at Jolly Inn which serves a traditional buffet of Polish entrees. Location: Chicago, Illinois Age: 21 & Older Fee: $42R / $63NR Reg. Deadline: September 20, 2017

TRANSPORTATION

Take the evening off, get out of the house, and come on out for great food at local restaurants. Note: Return transportation time is approximate. Phone calls will be made if the time will vary by more than 15 minutes. September-Grab’s, Kenosha, WI October-Austin’s Saloon & Eatery, Libertyville, IL November-Mason’s Eatery & Pub, Kenosha, WI Location: Varies—Meet at the Lindenhurst Park District Age: 16 & Older Fee: $25R ($32 door-to-door) / $37NR CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 393412-A W 9/13 5:00pm-8:45pm Reg. Deadline: August 25, 2017 393412-B W 10/11 5:00pm-8:00pm Reg. Deadline: September 29, 2017 393412-C W 11/8 5:00pm-8:45pm Reg. Deadline: October 13, 2017

CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 393407-C W 10/25 9:30am-3:00pm

CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 393405-A M 9/18 6:15pm-9:15pm Reg. Deadline: September 11, 2017 393405-B M 10/16 6:15pm-9:15pm Reg. Deadline: October 16, 2017 393405-C M 11/6 6:15pm-9:15pm Reg. Deadline: November 6, 2017 393405-D M 12/11 6:15pm-9:15pm Reg. Deadline: December 14, 2017

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LINDENHURST SEASONAL PROGRAMS Lindenhurst Breakfast Crew

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The Lindenhurst Breakfast Crew will visit local restaurants in the area to start our day off with good conversations and a tasty meal. Note: Return transportation time is approximate. Phone calls will be made if the time will vary by more than 15 minutes. October-Wildberry, Libertyville, IL November-Emily’s Pancake House, Waukegan, IL Location: Lindenhurst, Illinois Age: 18 & Older Fee: $26R ($33 door-to-door) / $39NR CODE DAY DATE TIME 393415-B Th 10/5 9:00am-11:30am Reg. Deadline: September 28, 2017 393415-C Th 11/2 9:00am-11:30am Reg. Deadline: October 26, 2017

Zion Social Club Dances

Patch 22 TRANSPORTATION

For those who love music, dancing, and socializing, SRSNLC—Zion hosts regular themed dances. Fee includes door prize, refreshments, and a whole lot of dancing. September-Fall Fling October-Monster Mash December-Jingle Bell Rock Location: Leisure Center, Zion Event Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Age: 13 & Older Fee: $13R ($20 door-to-door) / $20NR CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 393404-A F 9/1 6:00pm-9:00pm Reg. Deadline: August 18, 2017 393404-B F 10/6 6:00pm-9:00pm Reg. Deadline: September 15, 2017 393404-C F 12/1 6:00pm-9:00pm Reg. Deadline: November 17, 2017

Patch 22 in Wadsworth is a great family run pumpkin farm. Enjoy a hayride, get lost in the corn maze, and say hi to the friendly farm animals. Fee includes hayride, pumpkin, corn maze & lunch. Location: Wadsworth, Illinois Age: 13 & Older Fee: $25R / $38NR Reg. Deadline: September 15, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 393403-C Sa 10/21 10:00am-1:00pm

SRACLC Fall Fantasy Dance

Spend an autumn evening celebrating the season with SRACLC. Enjoy a delicious dinner and dance to a live band. This is a sophisticated evening that you will not want to miss. Note: This is an elegant evening; participants should dress in business casual or formal attire. Jeans and t-shirts are not permitted. Location: Vernon Hills, Illinois Event Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm Age: 13 & Older Fee: $30R / $45NR Reg. Deadline: October 6, 2017 CODE DAY 393408-C F

Holiday Fancy Night Out

Come join us as we head to Johnny’s Chophouse in Antioch for some mouthwatering food. Get dressed up and come with us for an experience you won’t forget as we enjoy good food and even better company. Location: Antioch, Illinois Age: 13 & Older Fee: $45R / $68NR Reg. Deadline: December 13, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 393414-A W 12/20 6:00pm-8:30pm

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Pumpkin Carving and Pizza

Come spend a fun evening with your friends getting ready for Halloween. We will have all the tools to turn our pumpkins into Jack O’ Lanterns. A pizza dinner will be included. Location: Lippert Community Center Age: 13 & Older Fee: $20R / $30NR Reg. Deadline: October 2, 2017

DATE TRANS. TIME 11/3 5:45pm-9:45pm

Lasagna Holiday Dinner Celebrate the holiday season with your friends over a delicious catered lasagna dinner. Location: Leisure Center, Zion Age: 10 & Older Fee: $12R / $18NR Reg. Deadline: November 17, 2017 CODE DAY 393415-A W

CODE DAY DATE TIME 393403-B M 10/23 6:00pm-8:00pm

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DATE TRANS. TIME 12/6 4:30pm-6:30pm


LINDENHURST SEASONAL PROGRAMS SRACLC Winter Wonderland

Helping Hearts

Winter is upon us and there is no better way to stay warm than to dance the night away at SRACLC’s Winter Wonderland Dance at the Sullivan Center in Vernon Hills. Location: Vernon Hills, Illinois Event Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm Age: 13 & Older Fee: $22R / $33NR Reg. Deadline: November 10, 2017 CODE DAY 393408-B F

DATE TRANS. TIME 1/12 6:15pm-9:45pm

Helping Hearts is a participant-led service organization. Participants take an active role in choosing, planning, and implementing service projects that benefit Lindenhurst and surrounding communities under the guidance of dedicated staff and volunteers. Location: Lippert Community Center | Age: 13 & Older Fee: $15R /$23NR Reg. Deadline: October 3, 2017 CODE 393410-A

DAY Tu

DATE 10/17-10/31

TRANS. TIME 10:00am-11:30am

Parent/Tot Time Out

This program is for you if you need to get out of the house, want to meet other parents, and let your children burn off some energy. Equipment such as balls, mats, tunnels, and toys will be available for your child to play with while you chat with other parents or join in on the fun. This is a drop-in program; no instruction provided. Parents must supervise their children at all times. Wednesdays 11:00am-2:00pm Location: Lippert Community Center Gymnasium Age: 0-5 Years Old With Parent/Caregiver Fee: $3 first child, $1 sibling fee

LINDENHURST COMMUNITY EVENTS Haunted Trail & Bonfire Don’t miss the biggest Special Event of the year! This one-day event is organized by the Lindenhurst Park District with help from local businesses, schools and volunteers. Come out with your family and friends and enjoy a fall festival like no other. Start off with a wagon ride through McDonald Woods, then stroll over to the Costume Contest at the Cornstalk Stage. If you’re still searching for that perfect pumpkin– check out the Millburn Tree Farm which always brings a great selection. The Witches’ Kitchen will be grilling up some yummy treats. Don’t forget to check out the Game Tent… keep a watchful eye; you never know what will be around the corner! The little ones will enjoy our moonwalks and Happy Ghosts straw maze, while the brave ones can walk through the trail if they dare. There will be 12 mortifying scenes with unnatural creatures awaiting to eagerly quench their undying thirst for your screams! Amazing performers can be found at the FREE Cornstalk Stage. From spooky Halloween tales to mystifying magicians–hopefully they won’t make you disappear! At dusk the Lake Villa Volunteer Fire Department will start the bonfire and we will serve FREE apple cider heated in a cauldron. Note: This is a Lindenhurst Park Community Event; supervision is not provided. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2017 FOREST VIEW PARK (513 Forest View Drive, Lindenhurst) Wagon Rides: 3:00pm-6:00pm Costume Contest: 3:30pm (ages 3-11 years old) Cornstalk Stage Performances: 3:30pm-6:30pm and 7:00pm-8:00pm Haunted Trail: 4:30pm-6:00pm and 6:30pm-8:30pm Bonfire: At Dusk Wagon Rides: $1 or 1 Canned Food Item Haunted Trail: $1 per person each time walked through All other activities & food purchases will accept tickets, please purchase tickets at the Ticket Booth. Tickets are 50 cents a piece.

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LINDENHURST ATHLETES & FANS Walk, Run & Roll

Walk, run, and roll your way into shape. Bring a water bottle and wear athletic shoes to each class. Location: Lippert Community Center Age: 13 & Older Fee: $10R / $15NR Reg. Deadline: August 25, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 393411-A Sa 9/2-9/16 9:00am-10:00am

NSSRA Bowling Tournament

Spend your Saturday improving your bowling skills as you compete against area bowlers. Lunch is included. Participants with specific dietary needs are encouraged to pack a sack lunch. Eligibility Requirement: Participants must participate in a Fall 2017 SRSNLC bowling program or submit a printed 10-game bowling average. Location: Brunswick Zone, Deerfield Age: 13 & Older Fee: $29R / $44NR Reg. Deadline: October 27, 2017

Lunch & Mini-Golf

Start your day with lunch at Quonset Pizza in Gurnee for some great pizza. Then head to People’s Choice to test your skills at miniature golf. Location: Waukegan, Illinois Age: 13 & Older Fee: $30R ($37 door-to-door) / $45NR Reg. Deadline: November 17, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TIME 393407-B Sa 12/16 10:45am-3:00pm

**Late registrations will not be accepted. ** CODE DAY 393408-A Sa

Recreational Bowling

This non-competitive bowling league is perfect for seasoned and new bowlers to improve their skills. Two games of bowling and shoe rental is included. Location: Pinster’s Bowl & Bar, Zion Age: 10 & Older Fee: $60R / $90NR per session $12R / $18NR per week Reg. Deadline: September 7, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 393411-B Th 10/5-11/2 3:25pm-6:00pm

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DATE 12/2

TRANSPORTATION

TRANS. TIME 9:00am-1:45pm

Home Town Lights

It’s football season in Eagles territory. Spend an autumn evening cheering on the Lakes Eagles as they play the Wauconda Bulldogs at home. Participants are encouraged to dress for fluctuating temperatures. A pre-game dinner will be provided. Location: Lakes High School, Lindenhurst Age: 13 & Older Fee: $25R / $38NR Reg. Deadline: September 1, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TIME 393418-D F 9/15 5:30pm-10:30pm

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LINDENHURST SPECIAL EVENTS Turkey Twist

Twist and shout… It’s Turkey Twist time for SRSNLC. Celebrate the season in style by joining your friends for an evening of dancing, snacks, and fun at the Lindenhurst Park District. It will be a night to remember; don’t miss out—register early. Note: Gym shoes required. Location: Lippert Community Center, Lindenhurst Event Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Age: 13 & Older Fee: $15R / $23NR Reg. Deadline: October 28, 2017 CODE DAY DATE 393401-C F 11/10

TRANS. TIME NONE

Halloween Barn Bash

It’s Friday the 13th… Come if you dare to our annual Haunted Barn Bash at Renwood Golf Course. Come and be petrified about the amount of food you will eat, scare the pants off of other Zombies and Vampires with your bloodcurdling dance moves and do not forget to scream as loud as you can on our bone chilling haunted hayride. Part of this event is outside. Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Renwood Golf Course Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $18R / $27NR Reg. Deadline: October 7, 2017 CODE DAY DATE 393401-B F 10/13

TIME 6:00pm-9:00pm

Holiday Party

HAPPY HOLIDAYS! SRSNLC would like to invite you to join us in celebrating the Holiday season. Everyone will receive a gift from the staff at SRSNLC, pizza & TONS of dancing! Location: Leisure Center Gym, Zion Age: 8 & Older Fee: $10R / $15NR Reg. Deadline: November 3, 2017 CODE DAY DATE 393401-E W 12/13

TIME 5:45pm-9:15pm

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ROUND LAKE TODAY CLUB T.O.D.A.Y. Club

T.O.D.A.Y. Club: Together Opening Doors Around You; is a program designed for individuals, ages 18 and older, with a developmental disability looking to enrich their lives in a safe and nurturing environment. As an alternative to the work place, the T.O.D.A.Y. Club will provide a safe environment for life skill education and social development through innovative activities, hands on learning and peer interaction. We will celebrate each day by exploring the participant’s community, resources and personal potential. Hours for the Club are 10:00am-3:00pm each day when program is in session. Participants must: • Complete registration packet and have a current Annual Information Form on file. • Be capable of functioning/participating at a ratio of 4 participants to 1 staff and be capable of performing all of their own daily living skills. • Display the ability to conduct themselves in a socially-appropriate manner. • New participants must speak with Jessica Jeffery-Findley before registering for the program.

TRANSPORTATION

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Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Ages: 18 & Older | Time: 10:00am-3:00pm | Reg. Deadline: One Week Prior to Program Start Date MON/WED/FRI OPTION MONTH September (9/1-9/29) No Club 9/4 October (10/2-10/30) November (11/1-11/29) No Club 11/24 December (12/1-12/29) No Club 12/25

CODE 8679 8677 8675 8673

PRICE $360/$375 $390/$405 $360/$375 $360/$375

FULL-TIME OPTION MONTH September (9/1-9/29) No Club 9/4 October (10/2-10/31) November (11/1-11/30) No Club 11/23 & 11/24 December (12/1-12/29) No Club 12/25

CODE 8680 8678 8676 8674

PRICE $600/$615 $660/$675 $600/$615 $600/$615

T.O.D.A.Y. Club Jr.

No school? Don’t want to be stuck at home bored? Then come join us at T.O.D.A.Y. Club Jr. We will join up with T.O.D.A.Y. Club and have a blast. Hours are 10:00am-3:00pm each day when program is in session. Sign up for one no school day or all!! Participants must: Complete registration packet (pick up at the Sports Center) and have a current Annual Information Form on file. Be capable of functioning/participating at a ratio of 6 participants to 1 staff and be capable of performing all of their own daily living skills. Display the ability to conduct themselves in a socially-appropriate manner. MONTH October 6th October 9th October 26th

CODE 8694 8695 8696

PRICE $30/$45 $30/$45 $30/$45

MONTH October 27th Thanksgiving Break (11/20-11/22) Winter Break (12/26-1/8) No Club 1/1

CODE PRICE 8697 $30/$45 8698 $90/$105 8699 $270/$285

ROUND LAKE EARLY CHILDHOOD Sensory Station

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At Sensory Station, you and your child will participate in a variety of activities to promote tactile stimulation. Dabble in shaving cream, sprinkle colored rice, squeeze moist clay, and more. Each month will offer different activities for you and your child to choose from. Please come dressed to get messy. Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Ages: 3-12 Years Fee: $5R / $8NR CODE DAY DATE TIME 8705 F 9/15 4:00pm-4:45pm Reg. Deadline: September 8, 2017 8706 F 10/27 4:30pm‐4:45pm Reg. Deadline: October 20, 2017

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CODE DAY DATE TIME 8707 F 11/17 4:00pm-4:45pm Reg. Deadline: November 10, 2017 8708 F 12/8 4:00pm‐4:45pm Reg. Deadline: December 1, 2017

Family Game Night

Come test out your gaming skills and join other SRSNLC families at the Teen Center for some good old fashioned board games. This program is open for participants and their families to play games with one another and other friends. Location: Round Lake Park District, Teen/Youth Center Ages: 3-12 Years | Fee: $5R / $8NR CODE DAY DATE TIME 8701 F 9/15 5:00pm-6:00pm Reg. Deadline: September 8, 2017 8702 F 10/27 5:00pm‐6:00pm Reg. Deadline: October 20, 2017 8703 F 11/17 5:00pm-6:00pm Reg. Deadline: November 10, 2017 8704 F 12/8 5:00pm‐6:00pm Reg. Deadline: December 1, 2017

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ROUND LAKE IN HOUSE FUN Wii Fit Club

Too cold to play outside? Bored of your games at home? Come “workout” at the Teen Center with your friends. We will have our Wii set up to play all sorts of sports and fun fitness games. Break a sweat and get your heart pumping while having fun with your friends. A healthy snack will be provided. No program on 11/22. Location: R  ound Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Ages: 10 & Older Fee: $35R / $53NR CODE DAY DATE TIME 8691 W 9/6-9/27 6:00pm‐7:30pm Reg. Deadline: August 30, 2017 8692 W 11/1-11/29 6:00pm‐7:30pm Reg. Deadline: October 25, 2017

Movies and Munchies

It’s the weekend, come hang out with your friends and watch some movies while you enjoy some snacks. When the movie is over the fun does not end as we will play different games!

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Location: R  ound Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Ages: 10 & Older Fee: $10R / $15NR Reg. Deadline: October 27, 2017 CODE DAY 8842 F

DATE 11/3

TIME 6:00pm‐8:00pm

Pumpkin Carving and Pizza

Come and spend a fun evening with your friends getting ready for Halloween. We will have all the tools to turn our pumpkins into Jack O’ Lanterns. Pizza will be provided for dinner. Location: R  ound Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $20R / $30NR Reg. Deadline: October 10, 2017 CODE DAY 8755 M

DATE 10/23

TIME 6:00pm‐8:00pm

Camp North Shore Holiday Party

Calling all North Shore Campers!!! Are you getting the cold weather blues? Have you been missing camp? Come join your camp friends and staff at the Teen Center for some holiday fun. We will have dinner, do a fun holiday craft and just have fun!!! **Reminder this program is for individuals who participated in the 2017 Camp North Shore Summer Camp** Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen Center | Ages: 6-21 | Fee: $20R / $30NR | Reg. Deadline: December 8, 2017 CODE DAY 8700 F

DATE 12/22

TIME 6:00pm‐8:00pm

ROUND LAKE ON THE TOWN Annual Tree Cutting and Decorating

What’s Cooking Lake County

SRSNLC Round Lake and Lindenhurst will join for a trip to Richardson’s Tree Farm in Spring Grove, to find and cut down the perfect Tree! Afterwards, we will head inside to their holiday store and warm up with some hot chocolate and donuts from the café. Once we get back to the Teen Center we will set up and decorate our tree, listen to holiday music and enjoy lunch together, which will be provided along with some more hot chocolate!!!! Drop Off & Pick-Up Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Ages: 18 & Older Fee: $20R / $30NR Reg. Deadline: November 28, 2017 CODE DAY 8709 Tu

DATE 12/5

TIME 10:00am‐3:00pm

Come and join the party! We will assist in menu choices, money counting, bill and tip calculations, and restaurant etiquette. Please remember to bring money for your dinner (recommended amount is $20). Drop off only provided for Round Lake and Lake Villa residents for an additional fee of $4.00. 9/13 – Pizza Deville, Libertyville 10/18 – Olive Garden, Gurnee 11/15 – Emil’s, Grayslake 12/20 – Johnny’s Chop House, Antioch (Annual What’s Cooking Holiday Fancy Night) Drop Off & Pick-Up Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Ages: 13 & Older | Fee: $12R ($4 drop off) / $18NR CODE DAY DATE TIME 8747 W 9/13 6:00pm‐8:30pm Reg. Deadline: September 6, 2017 8748 W 10/18 6:00pm‐8:30pm Reg. Deadline: October 11, 2017 8752 W 11/15 6:00pm‐8:30pm Reg. Deadline: November 8, 2017 8765 W 12/20 6:00pm‐8:30pm Reg. Deadline: December 13, 2017

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ROUND LAKE ON THE TOWN Spa Day at Galos Salt Caves

The magic world of salt, miraculous rest, health, and relaxation invites you to take advantage of a session in the salt-iodine cave-Galos. Enjoy relaxing in a 45-minute session. It is suggested to bring an extra pair of clean socks, and dress in comfortable or loose-fitting clothing. You may consult your doctor if you have hyperthyroidism, cancerous diseases, low blood pressure, claustrophobia, or allergy to iodine. Before our session, we will have lunch at Jolly Inn which serves a traditional buffet of Polish entrees.

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Drop Off & Pick-Up Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Program Location: Chicago, IL Ages: 21 & Older Fee: $42R / $63NR Reg. Deadline: September 20, 2017 CODE 8775

DAY W

DATE 10/25

Home Town Lights Dinner and a Game

Are you ready for some football? Spend an autumn evening cheering on the Lakes Eagles as they play the Wauconda Bulldogs at home. This is a fun night out with friends and watching America’s favorite pastime sport. A pre-game dinner will be provided. We will be joining Lindenhurst at the game. Drop Off & Pick-Up Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $25R / $38NR Reg. Deadline: September 1, 2017 CODE 8753

DAY F

DATE TIME 9/15 5:30pm‐10:30pm

Christmas in the Country

Let’s start the holiday season off with a blast! We will be heading up to the Grand Geneva to tour the magical sight of over 2 million lights across the resort’s 1,300 acres of rolling countryside, one of the Midwest’s largest light displays. Dinner at Gino’s East in Downtown Lake Geneva, will be included.

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Drop Off & Pick-Up Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen Center Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $25R / $37NR Reg. Deadline: November 20, 2017 CODE 8782

DAY M

DATE 11/27

TIME 4:30pm‐9:00pm

TIME 9:30am‐3:00pm

ROUND LAKE SPORTS AND FITNESS **All athletes registering for a Special Olympics sport must sign and turn in the SRSNLC Athletes Handbook at the first practice**

Special Olympics Individual Skills Basketball

Who’s got some skills? This program is designed to teach athletes the fundamentals of the game of basketball. Perfect program for an athlete new to the sport or just needs a bit more work on their skills. Make sure you sign up for the Special Olympics Sectional Tournament on December 2, 2017, if you would like a chance to win Gold and head to State in March. Participants must be able to function at a 1:4 ratio. Program Location: Park School, 400 Townline Rd., Round Lake Ages: 8 & Older Fee: $60R / $90NR (Skills Program Only) $70R / $105NR (Skills Program & District Tournament) CODE DAY DATE 8756 Tu 10/17-12/5 Reg. Deadline: October 3, 2017 8764 Tu 10/17-12/5 Su 12/10 Reg. Deadline: October 3, 2017

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TIME 6:00pm‐6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm (Practice) TBD (District Tournament)

Special Olympics Basketball Sr. Superstars

Do you want to stay active during the fall and winter months! Join our Superstars basketball team, where players will have the opportunity to play different SRA’s in our area. Practices and games will take place on Tuesday nights. This program includes competing in the Special Olympics Basketball tournament in January 2017 and a chance to compete at the state level in March. A $10 Competition fee has been added to the registration fee. Number of teams will depend on number of athletes registered. Mandatory parent, athlete & coaches meeting on October 17th. No Practice on 12/26 and 1/2/18 Program Location: Park School, 400 Townline Rd., Round Lake Ages: 16 & Older Fee: $67R / $101NR CODE DAY DATE 8771 Tu 10/17-1/16 Reg. Deadline: October 3, 2017

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TIME 6:45pm‐8:00pm


ROUND LAKE SPORTS AND FITNESS Superstars Cheerleading

Calling all cheerleaders!!! Come out and cheer on our Superstars basketball team this season. We will learn some sideline cheers and perform during halftime at home games. Price includes poms and socks. Additional fees for uniform (shirt and shorts).

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No practice 11/21 & 12/26 Location: Park Campus Ages: 8 & Older Fee: $75R / $113NR Reg. Deadline: October 24, 2017 CODE 8693

Special Olympics Bowling

Spare me all your excuses for not joining this fun program! Bowlers of all ability levels are welcome, however, if your bowler needs assistance, we will try our best to accommodate them depending on the volunteers we have available. The fee includes two games of bowling and shoe rental. Each session runs 8 weeks long and we offer 4 throughout the year! Please arrive by 6:15 to prepare, as bowling will start at 6:30 promptly! No Bowling Fall session #2 on 12/28

DAY DATE TIME Tu 11/7-1/16 6:00pm‐7:00pm

NSSRA Bowling Tournament

Calling all bowlers! We are heading to Deerfield to compete against area bowlers in NSSRA’s annual bowling tournament. Fee includes two games of bowling, lunch, and awards. Registration in the Fall #1 session of bowling is required and Participants must be at least 13 years old on day of event. Maximum bowlers is 12 so register early.

Program Location: K  ristof’s Entertainment Center, Round Lake Beach Ages: 8 & Older Fee: $67R / $101NR Reg. Deadline: O  ne Week Prior to Session Start Date FALL #1 SESSION CODE DAY DATE 8749 Th 9/28-11/16

TIME approx. 6:30pm‐7:45pm

FALL #2 SESSION (No Bowling 12/28) CODE DAY DATE TIME 8750 Th 11/30-1/25 approx. 6:30pm‐7:45pm

Drop Off & Pick-Up: R  ound Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Location: Brunswick Zone, 10 S Waukegan Rd. Deerfield Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $25R / $38NR Reg. Deadline: October 20, 2017 CODE 8754

DAY Sa

DATE 12/2

TIME 8:30am‐2:00pm

NEW THIS FALL On The Go – After School Program New this fall, SRSNLC – Round Lake will be offering an after school program at the Teen/Youth Center. This program will be open for students grades 7th – transition (13-22 years old). On the Go is based on District #116 2017/2018 school year calendar and will include most half days and no school days. For additional information on pricing, registration options, etc. please contact Jenny Simpson. Registration packet is required and must be picked up at registration. Reminder: You must notify your child’s school of their attendance in our On the Go – After School Program to arrange transportation. PLEASE notify both the school office and your child’s teacher as to your day care arrangements, as this will ensure the safety of all participants. Thank You!

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ROUND LAKE SPECIAL EVENTS SRSNLC Barn Bash

It’s Friday the 13th… Come if you dare to our Annual Haunted Barn Bash at Renwood Golf Course. Come and be petrified about the amount of food you will eat, scare the pants off of other Zombies and Vampires with your bloodcurdling dance moves and do not forget to scream as loud as you can on our bone chilling haunted hayride. Part of this event is outside. Location: R  ound Lake Area Park District, Renwood Golf Course Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $18R / $27NR Reg. Deadline: October 7, 2017 CODE 8751

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DATE 10/13

Zion Holiday Party

HAPPY HOLIDAYS! SRSNLC would like to invite you to join us in celebrating the Holiday season. Everyone will receive a gift from the staff at SRSNLC, pizza & TONS of dancing! Drop-Off & Pick-Up Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen Center Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $10R / $15NR Reg. Deadline: November 3, 2017 CODE 8759

DAY DATE W 12/13

Ladies and Gents, it’s with great pleasure we welcome you to our Annual Fall Fantasy dinner and dance. An elegant catered meal will satisfy our finest guests before the live band performs majestic melodies. A personal keepsake will help you forever remember the memories made. Jeans and t-shirts not permitted. Drop Off & Pick-Up: Round Lake Area Park District Teen/Youth Center Location: Sullivan Center, Vernon Hills Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $30R / $45NR Reg. Deadline: October 6, 2017

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DAY F

DATE 11/3

TIME 5:45pm‐9:45pm

Twist and shout… It’s Turkey Twist time for SRSNLC. Celebrate the season in style by joining your friends for an evening of dancing, snacks, and fun at the Lindenhurst Park District. It will be a night to remember; don’t miss out—register early. Note: Gym shoes required. Drop-Off & Pick-Up Location: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen Center Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $15R / $23NR Reg. Deadline: October 28, 2017 CODE DAY 8760 F

TIME 6:30pm–8:30pm

SRACLC Fall Fantasy Dance

CODE 8757

TIME 5:45pm-9:15pm

Turkey Twist

DATE 11/10

TIME 6:15pm-8:45pm

SRACLC Winter Wonderland Dance

A beautiful sight, we’re happy tonight. Groove to the beat as our friends from all around join the party. Take a minute for refreshments and socializing before hitting the dance floor again. Dancing in a winter wonderland. Drop Off & Pick-Up: Round Lake Area Park District, Teen/Youth Center Location: Sullivan Center, Vernon Hills Ages: 13 & Older Fee: $22R / $33NR Reg. Deadline: December 14, 2017 CODE 8758

DAY F

DATE 1/12

TIME 6:15pm‐9:45pm

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WAUKEGAN DAY PROGRAM H.E.A.R.T. Program

PROGRAM GUIDE KEY TRANSPORTATION

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BUS – Door to Door Programs with this symbol offer door to door transportation with additional fee. HOUSE – Transportation Home Only Programs with this symbol offer transportation home only. DOLLAR BILL – Bring Spending Money Programs with this symbol require additional money be brought for the purchase of a meal or souvenirs.

TRANSPORTATION: To be eligible for transportation, you must live in Waukegan and be a Waukegan Park District Resident.

SRSNLC-Waukegan has a HEART for adults with disabilities. The HEART Program is a new Day Program designed to offer adults with disabilities the opportunity to continue building relevant life skills while training them for transition into the community. This program’s main areas of focus include: Health, Education, Art, Recreation, and Training. Structured programs are designed to improve its participants’ quality of life through meaningful and educational experiences. Applicants for the program must: • Be 18 years and older • Be a high school graduate • Complete the intake process to determine eligibility and participant program needs • Sign a release of information form • Function at a ratio of 6 participants to 1 staff • Submit a $30 deposit at time of application. *Deposit is refunded if participant is not eligible for the program or program does not run. **This program is ideal for adults who work part-time, are unemployed or who want something different from the traditional workshop environment. Please contact Kari Robinson at call 847-360-4763 or email krobinson@waukeganparks.org if you are interested in this type of program. Watch for more information in August.

WAUKEGAN ARTS AND CRAFTS Chef Masters: Tour of Mexico Whatcha Got Cookin’? In a 3 week session you will prepare your own dinner that includes all five food groups as well as learn about safety, hygiene and etiquette. This session participants will prepare three different Mexican style main dishes.

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41106301-1A M

DATE

11/6-11/20

Craft Connoisseurs

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“Art activates the creative part of our brain – the part that works without words and can only be expressed nonverbally.”- Grant Eckert. Activate your brain in this three-week session. Art materials will be provided. Experience the benefits of arts each week!

Location: The Douglas House Age: 13 & older Fee: $29R ($40 w/ transportation) / $44NR Reg. Deadline: October 30, 2017 CODE

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Location: The Douglas House Age: 13 & older Fee: $20R ($30 w/ transportation) / $29NR Reg. Deadline: November 27, 2017 CODE

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41103302-1A M 12/4-12/18 6:00pm-7:00pm

5:30pm-7:00pm

Private Music Lessons

Jack Benny Center for the Arts offers lessons in piano, traditional violin, viola, cello, string bass, voice, guitar, woodwinds, brass, trumpet, saxophone, clarinet, dulcimer, and ukulele. Arrangements for lessons are scheduled individually. The price for one half hour lesson is $16-$22.50 dependent on the instructor ($128-$180 per session). Jack Benny Center for the Arts offers five sessions of eight-week lessons each year. Please call the Center at 847-360-4740 for dates, times, and availability of lessons. Jack Benny Center does not rent instruments or sell music books. Students must be able to practice lessons on a daily basis, have the recommended music book and instrument. Some group lessons may need to be combined to meet minimum registration. Students are called one week before lessons if class has not met its minimum. Location: Jack Benny Center Age: 6 & older

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WAUKEGAN SPORTS-FITNESS-AQUATICS Swim Lessons for Adults with Disabilities: SWORDFISH

Swimming is an essential life skill for safety, fitness and fun! Special Recreation is offering swimming lessons for adults with disabilities. All lessons are based on the SwimSmart Program but are designed around the individual swimmer. Whether your goal is to just get comfortable in the water, support sensory experiences or become a competitive swimmer, Special Recreation can guide you along the way. We encourage you to jump on in; the water’s great! *Lessons are 45 minutes and have a maximum group size of 4 swimmers to one instructor. Swim times are offered between 9:00am until 1:00pm on Saturdays. Times will be assigned based on instructor availability and space in the pool. Registrants will receive time assignments one week before class. Please contact Kari at 847-360-4763 to complete an initial assessment of you/your child’s current skill level. Age: 15 & older | Fee: $56R / $66NR | Location: Field House, Waukegan | Reg. Deadline: One week before the program *No program on 11/25 CODE 40402205-2A 40402205-2B*

DAY Sa Sa

DATE 9/9-10/14 11/4-12/16

TRANS. TIME contact 847-360-4763 for assigned time contact 847-360-4763 for assigned time

George Bridges 5K Walk/Run

Bridge the gap between mental and physical fitness. Join us to walk or run a 5K. Proceeds from this event benefit Special Recreation. We will practice to get in shape six times before the race. Volunteers will be on hand to stay with participants and help them whether they are racing to the end or just enjoying the walk! Run/Walk is on Saturday, October 14! Practices are on Tuesdays and Fridays! Location: The Field House Age: 13 & older Fee: $29 Registration Deadline: August 17, 2017 CODE DAY DATES TIME 30307401-1B Varies 9/19, 9/22, 9/26, 9/29, 10/3, 10/6, 10/14 5:00pm-5:45pm

Time to Spare Bowling Adult & Junior Do you have time to spare for a friendly game or two? Bowling can help improve hand-eye coordination, strength, flexibility and gross motor skills. Socialize while you wait for your turn. Bowlers will receive refreshments, snacks and a prize on the last day of class. Door to Door transportation is offered for the Adult program.

Location: Brunswick Zone Adult Age: 13 & Older Adult Fee: $79 R ($113 w/ transportation)/ $119 NR Juniors Age: 6-12 Junior Fee: $38R / $57NR Reg. Deadline: September 26, 2017 ADULT JUNIOR

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CODE

41101303-1A 41101203-1A

DAY W W

DATE

10/4-12/6 10/4-11/22

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Shake It Up is your opportunity for a total body work-out! At the Field House Sports, Fitness, & Aquatics Center, there’s plenty of ways to exercise. Come learn about the fitness equipment, use the walking track or get an aerobic work-out. Set a goal to take care of your health! Location: The Field House & Sports Center Age: 13 & older Fee: $18R ($46 w/ transportation) / $26NR Reg. Deadline: September 14, 2017 CODE DAY 41101304-1A Th

DATES 9/28-11/2

TIME 5:15pm-6:15pm

Water Blast

Blast that extra weight off! Water Blast is a fun fitness class in the pool. This aquatic session features: buoyant movements, intervals, circuit, plyometric exercise while standing and submerged. This effective low-impact cardiovascular work-out builds muscle tone using the water’s resistance. Each group class consists of 45 minutes of gradually intensifying cardio work. Don’t miss this exercise explosion! *Participants can use locker rooms to change before and after activity. Please be dressed and ready for program to begin at 5:00pm. Participants should bring their own towel. Staff are NOT available to assist with any dressing needs.

• Adults Fee will include two games of bowling and rental shoes for 10 weeks. • Junior bowlers will bowl for 8 weeks, and the fee includes one game and shoe rental.

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Shake It Up

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4:45pm-6:00pm 5:00pm-5:45pm

Location: The Field House: Aquatic Area Age: 13 & Older Fee: $18R / $27NR Reg. Deadline: October 3, 2017 CODE DAY DATES TIME 41101319-1A Tu 10/10-10/31 5:00pm-5:45pm

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WAUKEGAN SPORTS-FITNESS-AQUATICS Rhythm in Motion

The rhythm is gonna get you! Pound your way to health in this interactive fitness program. Drumming is the newest craze in fitness. Participants will drum to the rhythm while getting a total body work-out. Leave your seat and get with the beat! NO TRANSPORTATION *No Program on 11/23* Location: The Field House Age: 13 & older Fee: $16R / $24NR Reg. Deadline: November 2, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TIME 41101317-1A Th 11/9-12/14 6:00pm-6:45pm

All-Star Basketball

Gather the skills taught and compete against other Special Recreation Associations in the Special Olympics and ITRS/PSC Tournaments. Basketball will help improve motor skills, hand-eye coordination, balance, strength, speed, flexibility and endurance. Athletes will receive skill training on ball handling, shooting, rebounding, defensive and offensive teamwork, as well as good sportsmanship. Skills athletes will compete in the Special Olympics Tournament in December. The Team will be competing in the Special Olympics District Tournament in January and the ITRS Tournament in February. A Special Olympics Medical Application must be current through March of 2018 and on file to compete. SKILLS Location: The Field House | Age: 8 & older | Fee: $55R / $83NR Reg. Deadline: October 2, 2017 CODE 41101313-1A

DAY M

DATE 10/9-12/4

TIME 5:00pm-6:00pm

TEAM *No Practice on 12/26 or 1/2 Location: The Field House | Age: 15 & older | Fee: $70R / $105NR Reg. Deadline: October 2, 2017 CODE 41101314-1A

DAY Tu

DATE 11/7-2/13

TIME 7:00pm-8:30pm

WAUKEGAN SOCIALS AND OUTINGS Barn Bash

TRANSPORTATION

It’s Friday the 13th… Come if you dare to our Annual Haunted Barn Bash at Renwood Golf Course. Come and be petrified about the amount of food you will eat, scare the pants off of other Zombies and Vampires with your bloodcurdling dance moves and do not forget to scream as loud as you can on our bone chilling haunted hayride. Part of this event is outside. Location: R  ound Lake Area Park District, Renwood Golf Course Event Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Age: 13 & older Fee: $18R/$27NR Reg. Deadline: October 7, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 41104323-1A F 10/13 5:45pm-9:45pm

Restauranteurs

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Develop your sense of taste as we sample local eateries in the Waukegan area. Enjoy the company of other diners in a relaxed atmosphere as we dine on the local cuisine. Fee includes your meal and transportation to and from the establishment. Location: Varies | Age: 13 & older | Fee: $26R / $39NR per outing CODE DAY DATE 41104317-1A M 9/18 41104317-2A W 12/20

Breakfast Crew

TIME 5:30pm-7:00pm 5:30pm-7:00pm

LOCATION Red Robin Pepe’s

REG. DEADLINE 9/11 12/12

TRANSPORTATION

Are you in the mood for an omelet? Or craving fluffy pancakes? Come join the Lindenhurst Breakfast crew as we visit restaurants in the local area to start our day off with good conversation and a tasty meal. Note: Return transportation time is approximate. Phone calls will be made if the time will vary by more than 15 minutes. October – Wildberry, Libertyville November – Emily’s Pancake House, Waukegan Location: Meet at Douglas House at 9:00am Age: 18 & Older | Fee: $26R / $39NR | Reg. Deadline: One week prior CODE DAY DATE 41104326-1A Th 10/5 41104326-2A Th 11/2

TRANS. TIME 9:00am-11:30am 9:00am-11:30am

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WAUKEGAN SOCIALS AND OUTINGS Splash Social

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Freestyle your way into new friendships at the Splash Social! Join us for a two hour swim party at the Field House, Sports, Fitness & Aquatics Center. We will have use of the main pool and have snacks in the party room. Swimming is a great fitness, sensory, and social activity. Don’t miss out! Location: Field House: Aquatics Area | Age: 13 & Older | Fee: $16R / $20NR CODE DAY DATE 41104334-1A F 10/20 41104334-1B Th 12/21

TIME 5:00pm-7:00pm 5:00pm-7:00pm

The Recreation Station

REG. DEADLINE 10/13 12/14

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A little fun for everyone! The Recreation Station is here to fill your night with a taste of all sorts of recreation mediums. From drama to music to art to sports, we’ll try a little of everything. Activities are scheduled to change every fifteen minutes. This is a great program for individuals that are looking to find out his/her interests in the field of recreation or someone who likes variety! Location: Douglas House Age: 13 & Older Fee: $8R ($13 w/ transportation) / $12NR

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The average American watches 4 ½ hours of television every day. That is way too much! Get out and about to enjoy the community. Every program offers the chance to increase your social skills. Location: Varies | Age: 13 & Older CODE DAY DATE TIME ACTIVITY FEE REG. DEADLINE 41104305-1A F 11/3 5:45pm-9:30pm Fall Fantasy Dance $30R /$45NR 10/13 41104305-2A Sa 12/2 8:30am-1:00pm NSSRA Bowling Tourn. $25R*/$45NR 10/28 *$30 w/Transportation

Film & Feast - Matinee & Lunch

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Let’s head to Tinseltown in Kenosha for a quick bite to eat and a show. Socialize with friends at a local restaurant and then feast your eyes on the hottest movies! Participants will be called the Friday before with the movie title and exact time to meet at the Douglas House. Lunch and a movie ticket are included in the fee; however, participants should bring their own money for snacks at the movie theatre. *Movies will be rated PG-13 and under.* Location: Tinseltown Cinemas, Kenosha WI Age: 13 & Older Fee: $35R / $52NR Reg. Deadline: October 13, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 41104306-1A Sa 10/21 10:00am-2:00pm

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Let’s start the holiday season off with a blast! We will be heading up to the Grand Geneva to tour the magical sight of over 2 million lights across the resort’s 1,300 acers of rolling countryside, one of the Midwest’s largest light displays. Dinner at Gino’s East in Downtown Lake Geneva, will be included. Location: T he Grand Geneva, Lake Geneva, WI. Age: 13 & Older Fee: $25R / $37NR Reg. Deadline: November 20, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 41104330-1A M 11/27 4:30pm-9:30pm

Turkey Twist

CODE DAY DATE TIME REG. DEADLINE 41103309-1A M 10/16 approx. 6:00-7:00pm 10/9

Out & About

Seasonal Outing: Christmas in the Country

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Twist and shout…It’s Turkey Twist time for SRSNLC. Celebrate the season in style by joining your friends for an evening of dancing, snacks, and fun at the Lindenhurst Park District. It will be a night to remember; don’t miss out—register early. Note: Gym shoes required. Location: Lippert Community Center Event Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Age: 13 & Older Fee: $15R / $23NR Reg. Deadline: October 28, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 41104322-1A F 11/10 5:45pm-9:45pm

Holiday Party

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS! SRSNLC would like to invite you to join us in celebrating the Holiday season. Everyone will receive a gift from the staff at SRSNLC, pizza & TONS of dancing! Location: Leisure Center Gym, Zion Age: 8 & Older Fee: $10R / $15NR Reg. Deadline: November 3, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 41104324-1A W 12/13 5:45pm-9:45pm

WAUKEGAN • 847-360-4760 • www.waukeganparks.org

Para hablar con alguien en español por favor llame el número 847-360-4789 para dejar un mensaje y te regreso la llamada tan pronto como sea posible.


WAUKEGAN KIDS AND TEENS OTTERS: Swim Lessons for Youth with Disabilities

Tired of feeling like an otter out of water? Swimming is an essential life skill for safety, fitness and fun! Special Recreation is offering swimming lessons for children with special needs. All lessons are based on the SwimSmart Program but are designed around the individual swimmer. Whether your goal is to just get comfortable in the water, support sensory experiences or become a competitive swimmer, Special Recreation can guide you along the way. We encourage you to jump on in; the water’s great! *Lessons are 30 minutes and have a maximum group size of 2 swimmers to one instructor. Swim times are offered between 9:00am until 1:00pm. Times will be assigned based on instructor availability and space in the pool. Registrants will receive time assignments the week class begins. Please contact Kari at 847-360-4763 to complete an initial assessment of your child’s current skill level. Location: Field House | Age: 4-14 years | Fee: $54R/ $64NR per session | Reg. Deadline: One week prior * No class on 11/25 CODE DAY 40402205-1A Sa 40402205-1B* Sa

DATE 9/9-10/14 11/4-12/16

TIME contact 847-360-4763 for assigned time contact 847-360-4763 for assigned time

Yoga Stories

Stretch out your stress! Despite being young, kids carry a lot of stress these days. Yoga is known to increase physical flexibilty, develop focus, and refine balance. Join us for a thirty minute yoga story that involves yoga poses, music, and stories to engage the child in each pose. Parents are required to stay and encouraged to assist their child as needed or participate with us! Location: Douglas House | Age: 6-12 Years | Fee: $5R / $8NR per session INTO THE WOODS CODE DAY 41101202-1A Sa

DATE 9/30

TIME REG. DEADLINE 10:00am-10:30am 9/23

OUT IN THE GARDEN CODE DAY 41101202-2A Sa

DATE 11/18

TIME REG. DEADLINE 10:00am-10:30am 11/11

ON THE MOVE CODE DAY 41101202-3A Sa

DATE 12/16

TIME REG. DEADLINE 10:00am-10:30am 12/9

*Camp & School’s off programs have limited spaces for children that require one on one services. Once the limit is reached, your child will be placed on a waiting list until after the registration deadline. Only if space and staffing become available can children on the waiting list be moved into registration.

School’s Off

TRANSPORTATION

Just because there is no school doesn’t mean you have to sit around all day. SRSNLC is going to provide you with a full day of your favorite subject, recess! Join us as we spend the day on fun fieldtrips, playing games, and getting to know new friends. Please send a sack lunch. Location: Belvidere Recreation Center | Age: 5-12 Years Fee: $30R / $45NR | Reg. Deadline: Two weeks prior CODE 41102202-1A 41102202-2A 41102202-3A 41102202-4A

DAY M Tu F W

DATE 10/9 10/10 11/10 11/22

TIME 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm

WAUKEGAN • 847-360-4760 • www.waukeganparks.org

Para hablar con alguien en español por favor llame el número 847-360-4789 para dejar un mensaje y te regreso la llamada tan pronto como sea posible.

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WAUKEGAN KIDS AND TEENS Snowflake Camp Days

TRANSPORTATION

Winter blahs put you in a freeze? SRSNLC will help you thaw. Join in the winter fun at our camp. Children go on field trips, have fun in the snow, and meet new friends. Don’t waste your winter break. Spend it with SRSNLC for a chilling good time. Send a bag lunch each day. A medication release must be on file before the start of camp. Location: The Belvidere Recreation Center Age: 6-12 Years | Fee: $27R / $41NR per day CODE DAY DATE 41102206-1A W 12/27 41102206-1B Th 12/28 41102206-1C F 12/ 29 41102206-1D W 1/3 41102206-1E Th 1/4 41102206-1F F 1/5

TIME 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm

REG. DEADLINE 12/13 12/14 12/15 12/20 12/21 12/22

Blizzard Camp Days

TRANSPORTATION

Tired of being stuck inside all winter? Break through the barriers of ice that keep you from having fun! Join SRSNLC as they offer winter break camp for teens with developmental disabilities. Go on great field trips, play games, and keep your social life from freezing over during the winter break! Send a bag lunch each day. A medication release must be on file before the start of camp. Location: The Douglas House Age: 13-17 Years | Fee: $27R / $41NR per day CODE DAY DATE 41102302-1A W 12/27 41102302-1B Th 12/28 41102302-1C F 12/ 29 41102302-1D W 1/3 41102302-1E Th 1/4 41102302-1F F 1/5

TIME 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm 9:30am-4:00pm

REG. DEADLINE 12/13 12/14 12/15 12/20 12/21 12/22

WAUKEGAN FAMILY PROGRAMS * SUPERVISION OF PARTICIPANTS NEEDS TO BE PROVIDED BY GUARDIANS FOR ALL PROGRAMS UNDER THIS SECTION*

Family Zumba

Make a commitment to get healthy with your family! Zumba combines Latin American music and dance to create one great class that feels more like a party than a work-out. We’ll begin with the basics, so everyone can join with or without previous dance experience. At least one member of the family must have a disability. One member of the family must also be over 18 and not a regular SRSNLC participant. Location: Jane Addams Center Age: 10 & older Fee: $5R /$8NR per family member Reg. Deadline: January 10, 2018 CODE 41101402-1A

DAY DATE W 1/17/18-2/14/18

The Waukegan Park District will be hosting its Annual Halloweenfest at Bowen Park. There will be a house of terror, an enchanted walk for your children, bonfire filled with spooky stories and lots of games. Concession stands will be available. Parents must provide supervision. Location: Bowen Park Age: All Fee: FREE EVENT

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Fun races are organized by gender and age groups from toddlers up. Event registration takes place between 9-9:45am on the day of the event. Races start at 10am. You may also pre-register at JBC, BRC and FH. For more information, please call 847-360-4700 or visit www. waukeganparks.org. Parents must provide supervision. *Only Waukegan Park District residents are eligible to win a race turkey* Location: Belvidere Park | Age: All | Fee: FREE EVENT

TIME 6:00pm-6:45pm

CODE FREE

DAY Sa

DATE 11/11

TIME 7:30am-12:00pm

19th Annual Polar Bear Plunge

Halloween Fest

CODE FREE

Turkey Trot

TIME 1:00pm-5:00pm

“What’s your reason for freezin’?” Waukegan Park District will hold its 19th Annual Polar Bear Plunge at the Waukegan Municipal Beach. Start 2018 off wet or watch the action from the sidelines. Proceeds will benefit Waukegan Athletic and Scholarship programs for Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County. The first four hundred participants will receive an event shirt. Be brave take the Plunge!

Location: Waukegan Municipal Beach Registration begins at 9:30am Time: 10:00am-11:00am *Contact 847-360-4760 in November for registration & sponsorship details*

WAUKEGAN • 847-360-4760 • www.waukeganparks.org

Para hablar con alguien en español por favor llame el número 847-360-4789 para dejar un mensaje y te regreso la llamada tan pronto como sea posible.


ZION SPORTS Bowling

STRIKE up a great game of bowling with your friends from SRSNLC! Fee includes 2 games of bowling & shoes. Location: Pinsters Bowl & Bar, Zion, IL Age: 8 & Older Fee: $7R per day / $11NR per day $56R per session / $84NR per session Reg. Deadline: September 7, 2017 CODE DAY 370401-1 Th

DATE 10/5-11/30

NSSRA Bowling Tournament

TRANSPORTATION

Are you involved in the SRSNLC bowling program? How about trying the NSSRA bowling tournament! This is a fun filled day of meeting new people and bowling. **Must be involved in SRSNLC bowling program to attend** Meet at: Special Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center Age: 13 & Older Fee: $26R / $39NR Reg. Deadline: October 27, 2017

TIME 4:00pm-5:30 pm

CODE 370421-1

DAY Sa

DATE 12/2

TIME 8:30am-2pm

All-Star Basketball

Open Gym

Stop by for SRSNLC’s Open Gym. This is an opportunity to come in & shoot some hoops, play a fun game of volleyball, duck from a dodge ball, walk on the walking track & use the equipment in the Fitness Studio. Activities are loosely organized & individuals are able to pick the activity they would enjoy.

Please see Waukegan write-up on page 17 for more details.

Location: Leisure Center, Gym | Age: 8 & Older Fee: $5R per session / $8NR per session CODE DAY DATE TIME 370031-1 F 9/15 5:30pm-7:30pm Reg. Deadline: August 25, 2017 370031-2 F 10/20 5:30pm-7:30pm Reg. Deadline: September 29, 2017 370031-3 F 11/17 5:30pm-7:30pm Reg. Deadline: October 27, 2017 370031-4 F 12/15 5:30pm-7:30pm Reg. Deadline: November 24, 2017

ZION IN HOUSE FUN Social Club

Do you love music, dancing, and socializing with friends? This is a great Friday night get away once a month! Each month is a different themed dance. Fee includes door prize, refreshments, and a whole lot of dancing.

9/1 – Fall Fling 10/6 – Monster Mash

11/3 – Gobble & Shout 12/1 – Jingle Bell Rock

Location: Leisure Center Gym | Age: 13 & Older | Fee: $7R per dance/$11NR per dance CODE DAY DATE TIME 370601-1 F 9/1 6:30pm-8:30pm Reg. Deadline: August 18, 2017 370601-2 F 10/6 6:30pm-8:30pm Reg. Deadline: September 15, 2017 370601-3 F 11/3 6:30pm-8:30pm Reg. Deadline: October 13, 2017 370601-4 F 12/1 6:30pm-8:30pm Reg. Deadline: November 17, 2017

Holiday Dinner

Come celebrate the holiday season with a delicious catered meal and great friends! Dinner will be served promptly at 5:00pm. Food is served on a first come first serve basis. Late arrivals are not guaranteed a plate. Location: Rooms 3 & 4, Leisure Center Age: 8 & Older Fee: $12R / $18NR Reg. Deadline: November 17, 2017 CODE DAY 371681-1 W

ZION • 847-746-5500 • www.zionparkdistrict.com

DATE 12/6

TIME 5:00pm

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ZION IN HOUSE FUN Pizza and Movie

Come join your friends for a relaxing evening of watching a newly released movie & munching on pizza! Location: Special Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center | Age: 16 & Older Fee: $10R per evening / $15NR per evening CODE DAY DATE TIME 371011-1 Sa 9/9 5:00pm-7:30pm Reg. Deadline: August 25, 2017 371011-2 Sa 10/14 5:00pm-7:30pm Reg. Deadline: September 22, 2017

CODE DAY DATE TIME 371011-3 Sa 11/18 5:00pm-7:30pm Reg.Deadline: October 27, 2017 371011-4 Sa 12/9 5:00pm-7:30pm Reg. Deadline: November 24, 2017

ZION OUT-N-ABOUT Diner’s Club

TRANSPORTATION

Take the evening off, get out of the house, and come on out for great food at local restaurants! 9/13 –Grab’s Kenosha, WI. 10/11 –Austin’s Saloon & Eatery, Libertyville, IL. 11/9 – Mason’s Eatery & Pub, Kenosha, WI Meet at: S pecial Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center Age: 13 & Older Fee: $25R per outing / $37NR per outing CODE DAY DATE TIME 371041-1 W 9/13 5:00pm-9:00pm Reg. Deadline: August 25, 2017 371041-2 W 10/11 5:00pm-9:00pm Reg. Deadline: September 29, 2017 371041-3 W 11/8 5:00pm-9:00pm Reg. Deadline: October 13, 2017

Lunch & Mini Golf

TRANSPORTATION

Let’s hit Quonset Pizza for great pizza and then head over to People’s Choice and get in a round of mini-golf. Meet at: Special Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center Age: 13 & Older Fee: $30R / $45NR Reg. Deadline: November 17, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TIME 371711-1 Sa 12/16 11:00am-3:00pm

SRACLC Winter Wonderland

TRANSPORTATION

Winter is upon us and there is no better way to stay warm than to dance the night away at SRACLC’s Winter Wonderland Dance at the Sullivan Center in Vernon Hills. Meet at: Special Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center Age: 13 & Older Fee: $25R / $38NR Reg. Deadline: November 10, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TIME 370631-1 F 1/12 6:00pm-10:00pm

Pumpkin Farm

Patch 22 in Wadsworth, IL. is a great family fun pumpkin farm. Enjoy a hayride, get lost in the corn maze and say hi to the friendly farm animals. Fee includes hayride, pumpkin, corn maze & lunch. Meet at: S pecial Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center Age: 13 & Older Fee: $25R/$38NR Reg. Deadline: September 15, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TIME 370181-1 Sa 10/21 10:00am-1:00pm

FAMILY FUN Zion Park District Halloween Party

Hey Families! Are you looking for a fun, SPOOKTACULAR, safe place to celebrate Halloween? Come out to the Zion Park District for our Annual Halloween Party. Participate in a costume contest & play games to win lots of candy & prizes! No pre-registration required. Date: October 27, 2017 Location: Leisure Center Fee: FREE Time: 5:30pm-7:30pm

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ZION TAKE THE DAY OFF Denny’s and Matinee

TRANSPORTATION

Join us for a great breakfast at Denny’s in Gurnee and then after go catch a flick at Gurnee Cinema. Meet at: Special Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center Age: 16 & Older Fee: $30R /$45NR CODE DAY DATE TIME 371611-1 F 9/22 10:00am-3:00pm Reg. Deadline: August 25, 2017 371611-2 F 10/20 10:00am-3:00pm Reg. Deadline: September 29, 2017 371611-3 F 11/10 10:00am-3:00pm Reg. Deadline: October 13, 2017 371611-4 F 12/15 10:00am-3:00pm Reg. Deadline: November 17, 2017

Galos Caves

TRANSPORTATION

The magic world of salt, miraculous rest, health, and relaxation invites you to take advantage of a session in the salt-iodine cave-Galos. Enjoy relaxing in a 45-minute session. It is suggested to bring an extra pair of clean socks, and dress in comfortable or loose-fitting clothing. You may consult your doctor if you have hyperthyroidism, cancerous diseases, low blood pressure, claustrophobia, or allergy to iodine. Before our session, we will have lunch at Jolly Inn which serves a traditional buffet of Polish entrees. Meet at: Special Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center Age: 21 and older Fee: $42R / $63NR Reg. Deadline: September 20, 2017 CODE 370471-1

DAY W

DATE 10/25

TIME 9:30am-3:00pm

ZION SPECIAL EVENTS Turkey Twist

Twist and shout…It’s Turkey Twist time for SRSNLC. Celebrate the season in style by joining your friends for an evening of dancing, snacks and fun at the Lindenhurst Park District. It will be a night to remember; don’t miss out – register early. Note: Gym shoes are required. Meet at: S pecial Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center Age: 8 & Older Fee: $25R / $38NR Reg. Deadline: November 3, 2017

Holiday Party

HAPPY HOLIDAYS! SRSNLC would like to invite you to join us in celebrating the Holiday season. Everyone will receive a gift from the staff at SRSNLC, pizza & TONS of dancing! Location: L eisure Center Gym Age: 8 & Older Fee: $10R / $15NR Reg. Deadline: November 3, 2017 CODE DAY DATE TRANS. TIME 37023 1-1 W 12/13 6:30pm-8:30pm

CODE DAY DATE TIME 37166 1-1 F 11/10 5:45pm-9:15pm

Halloween Barn Bash

It’s Friday the 13th… Come if you dare to our annual Haunted Barn Bash at Renwood Golf Course. Come and be petrified about the amount of food you will eat, scare the pants off of other Zombies and vampires with your bloodcurdling dance moves and do not forget to scream as loud as you can on our bone chilling haunted hayride. Part of this event is outside. Meet at: S pecial Rec Activity Room, Leisure Center Age: 8 & Older Fee: $25R / $38NR Reg. Deadline: October 3, 2017 CODE DAY DATE 371441-1 F 10/13

ZION • 847-746-5500 • www.zionparkdistrict.com

TRANS. TIME 5:30pm-9:30pm

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SRSNLC CODE OF CONDUCT Behavior Expectations

SRSNLC promotes the concept of “equal fun for everyone.” However, certain rules have been established to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all people. The following guidelines have been developed to help make SRSNLC programs safe and enjoyable for all participants. SRSNLC participants are expected to demonstrate appropriate behavior during programs. The basic behavior code of conduct insists that participants shall:  1. Show respect to all participants and staff, and take direction from staff.  2. Refrain from using abusive or foul language.  3. Refrain from causing bodily harm to self, other participants, or staff.  4. Show respect to equipment, supplies, and facilities. A positive approach will be utilized regarding discipline. Individual behavior management plans may be developed on the advice of parents, staff or other professionals. If inappropriate behavior occurs, prompt resolution will be sought, specific to each individual situation. SRSNLC reserves the right to dismiss a participant whose behavior endangers the safety of him/her self or others.

Consequences of Unacceptable Behavior Participants may be subject to any of the following actions for unacceptable behavior. Below is a guideline for progressive discipline; however, the progression may be accelerated or slowed based on the severity and frequency of the unacceptable behavior. Unacceptable Behavior

Warning

Time Out

Conference

Loss of Privileges

Suspension

Expulsion

Improper use of materials ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ or equipment. __________________________________________________________________________________________ Disrespect of participants, ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ staff, or the public. __________________________________________________________________________________________ Objectionable gestures; profane, vulgar or ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ objectionable language. __________________________________________________________________________________________ ✔ ✔ ✔ Fighting ✔ ❑ ❑ ❑ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ❑ Damage or destruction of Park District property or ✔ ✔ ✔ ❑ ❑ ❑ property of others. __________________________________________________________________________________________ Theft ✔ ✔ ✔ __________________________________________________________________________________________ ❑ ❑ ❑ Smoking; possession or use ✔ ✔ ✔ ❑ ❑ ❑ of alcohol or illegal drugs. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Harassment or abuse of ✔ ✔ ✔ ❑ ❑ ❑ fellow participants or staff __________________________________________________________________________________________ Possession of weapons ✔ ✔ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ❑ ❑ Other acts which may be determined to be ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ unacceptable by the program supervisor

For issues that are not major we may issue a participant progress report. This is in no way a behavioral warning; it is simply to inform you of something that may have happened during a program. For example, a participant may soil their pants. We will issue a progress report to inform the parent/guardian of the incident and how it was handled.

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SRSNLC - 2017 Registration Form Age:   Birthdate:   Gender:  

Name:

Address:              

House/Apt. #

City:                  

Zip:

Please make checks payable to your local Park District.

Home Phone: (  )      

Emergency Phone: (  )       E-mail: GUARD. PAYMENT ENT. COMP AMT. PAID PROGRAM NAME NUMBER/LOCATION CODE FEE* _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

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PARTICIPATION WILL BE DENIED – If the signature of adult participant or parent/guardian and date are not on this waiver.

READ CAREFULLY IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  The Special Recreation Services of Lindenhurst, Round Lake, Waukegan and Zion Park Districts is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County 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 the listed programs/activities must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities/programs.   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

  Recreational activities/programs are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant. 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. Depending on the particular activity, participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to inclement weather, slipping, falling, poor skill level or conditioning, carelessness, horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premises defects, inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction or officiating, and all other circumstances inherent to indoor and outdoor recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County to guarantee absolute safety.

* Non-resident Fee add 50% (see reg. policies)

WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK

TOTAL DUE: TOTAL ENCLOSED: In the event of an emergency, I authorize SRSNLC Staff to secure from any licensed hospital, physician and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for my minor child/ward and agree that I will be responsible for the payment of any and all medical services rendered.   I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption or risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering on-line or via fax, your on-line or facsimile signature shall substitute for the and have the same legal effect as an original form signature.

  Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in the identified programs/activities, 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 said programs/activities (including transportation services/vehicle operation, when provided).   I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks _______________________________________ of physical injury to participants in these programs/activities, Parent / Adult Guardian Signature and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor ____________________________________________ Date child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. 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 these programs/activities against the Participant Signature (participant must sign if he/she is own legal guardian) Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County including Lindenhurst, Round Lake, Waukegan and Zion Park Districts, ____________________________________________ Date its officials, agents, volunteers and employees (hereinafter collectively referred as SRSNLC).   I do hereby fully release and FOR CREDIT CARD PAYMENT forever discharge the SRSNLC ❑  Visa    ❑ MasterCard from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss that my minor Card Holder’s Name________________________________________________ child/ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my Credit Card Number________________________________________________ minor child/ward and arising out Expiration Date__________________  3 Digit Security Code______________ of, connected with, or in any way Billing Zip Code___________________________ associated with these programs/ ❑ Charge Full Fee $_________________  ❑ Charge Deposit Only $_________________ activities. I further agree to indemnify, hold harmless and defend the SRSNLC Signature________________________________________________________ and its officers, agents, servants For Waukegan Programs: and employees from any and all claims associated with the activities Credit card payments must be made in person. of this program.


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Valid Application for Participation is mandatory for all competitors 605 E. Willow St. w Normal, IL 61761-2682 w 309-888-2551

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APPLICATION FOR PARTICIPATION IN SPECIAL OLYMPICS ILLINOIS ATHLETE INFORMATION

Athlete Name (last name, space, first name)

Agency Name

State

Parent’s/Guardian’s Home Telephone

Emergency Contact Phone (

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Athlete’s Mailing Address

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Athlete’s City

State

Ethnicity

Person to be contacted in case of emergency

HEALTH INSURANCE & EMERGENCY INFORMATION (Required for Processing) Medical Insurance Company

PARENT AND/OR GUARDIAN AUTHORIZATION AND MEDIA RELEASE

Date

Parent’s Email Address

Signature of Parent and/or Legal Guardian (Check appropriate box) Print Name

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I, on my own behalf or as the undersigned parent and/or legal guardian of the above named applicant (hereafter referred to as the “Entrant”), hereby request permission for the Entrant to participate in Special Olympics programs. I acknowledge that Special Olympics will screen all entrants using the Sex Offender Public Registry and the Child Murder and Violent Offender Against Youth Registry and understand that entrants listed on either Registry will be denied participation. I affirm that this Entrant has never been on said Registries or, if Entrant was listed on either Registry but has since been removed, I will contact Special Olympics Illinois for instructions before submitting this application. I represent and warrant to you that the Entrant is physically and mentally able to participate in Special Olympics, and I submit herewith a subscribed medical certificate. I understand that if the athlete has Down Syndrome, he/she cannot participate in sports or events which, by their nature result in hyper-extension, radical flexion or direct pressure on the neck or upper spine unless a full radiological examination establishes the absence of Atlantoaxial Instability. I am aware that the sports and events for which this radiological examination is required are equestrian sports, artistic gymnastics, diving, pentathlon, high jump, alpine skiing, soccer, soccer skills, powerlifting squat and butterfly stroke and diving starts in swimming. On behalf of the Entrant and myself, I acknowledge that the Entrant will be using facilities at his/her own risk and I, on my own behalf, herby release, discharge and indemnify Special Olympics from all liability for injury to person or damage to property of myself and Entrant. In permitting the Entrant to participate, I am specifically granting permission to Special Olympics Illinois to use the likeness, voice and words of the Entrant in television, radio, films, newspapers, magazines and other media, and in any form not heretofore described, for the purpose of advertising or communicating the purposes and activities of Special Olympics and in appealing for funds to support such activities. I understand that by signing below I consent for the Entrant to participate in the Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Program that provides individual screening assessments of health status and health care needs. The Entrant has no obligation to participate and I understand the Entrant should seek his/her own medical advice and assistance and Special Olympics is not responsible for the Entrant’s health. If I am not personally present at Special Olympics activities in which the Entrant is to compete, so as to be consulted in case of necessity, you are authorized on my behalf and at my account to take such measures and arrange for such medical and hospital treatment as you may deem advisable for the health and well-being of the Entrant. I, THE UNDERSIGNED ADULT ENTRANT, have read and fully understand the I, THE UNDERSIGNED PARENT AND/OR GUARDIAN of the above specified provisions of the above release and/or have had them explained. I hereby agree that I Entrant, have read and fully understand the provisions of the above release and have will be bound thereby and I shall defend Special Olympics Illinois and hold it harmless explained them to said Entrant. I hereby agree that I and said minor will be bound from disaffirmation thereof. thereby, and I shall defend Special Olympics Illinois and hold it harmless from any disaffirmation thereof by said minor. Entrant Witness

Athlete’s Email Address

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MEDICAL CLEARANCE

PLEASE CHECK MEDICAL INFORMATION

Does athlete have Down Syndrome? Yes No If yes, have x-rays of the C1-C2 vertebrae been taken and examined? Yes No Date of x-ray Is the athlete clear of Atlantoaxial Instability? Yes No

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Dosage

Does the athlete have or is the athlete: Heart Problems Yes Diabetic Yes Epileptic/Seizures Yes Blind Yes Deaf Yes Hepatitis Yes Other

Current Medication

Allergies to medication, if any:

Date of last Tetanus shot:

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I have examined the above-named Entrant and, in my opinion, there is no mental or physical reason why he or she should not participate in the Special Olympics sports training and competition program. Further information will be forwarded if required. Current medication, if any, is specified with dosage on this application.

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Original parent/guardian and doctor signatures are required by the office of Special Olympics Illinois. Faxed signatures will not be accepted.


FACILITY DIRECTORY LINDENHURST FACILITIES Forest View Park.................................................................................... 513 Forest View Drive, Lindenhurst Oak Ridge Park.......................................................................... 600 Independence Boulevard, Lindenhurst Lippert Community Center ............................................................ 2200 East Grass Lake Road, Lindenhurst Mallard Ridge Park................................................................................... 110 Robincrest Lane, Lindenhurst Millennium Park ................................................................................. 201 Country Place Lane, Lindenhurst

ROUND LAKE FACILITIES Indian Hill Elementary / Park District Gym........................................ 1920 Lotus Drive, Round Lake Heights Kristof’s Entertainment Center............................................................. 421 Rollins Road, Round Lake Beach Renwood Golf Course............................................................... 701 E. Shorewood Road, Round Lake Beach Robert W. Rolek Community Center................................................................... 814 Hart Road, Round Lake Round Lake Area Park District Teen Center / Youth Center......... 2071 N. Orchard Lane, Round Lake Beach Round Lake Area Park District Site II (Dell House)....................... 2041 N. Orchard Lane, Round Lake Beach Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center............................. 2004 N. Municipal Way, Round Lake Beach Park School............................................................................................. 400 W. Townline Road, Round Lake Washington Street Tennis Courts.............................................. 22415 East Washington Street, Round Lake

WAUKEGAN FACILITIES Belvidere Recreation Center/Park Place Senior Center.......................... 412 South Lewis Street, Waukegan Douglas House......................................................................................... 732 N. Genesee Street, Waukegan Jane Addams Center.................................................................................... 95 Jack Benny Drive, Waukegan The Field House Sports, Fitness Center & Aquatic Center...................... 800 N. Baldwin Avenue, Waukegan Bevier Center....................................................................................... 2255 W. Yorkhouse Road, Waukegan Brunswick Zone........................................................................................... 631 Lakehurst Road, Waukegan Howard E. Ganster Pool.............................................................................. 416 S. Lewis Avenue, Waukegan

ZION FACILITIES Shiloh Center................................................................................................. Emmaus and 27th Street, Zion Zion Leisure Center................................................................................... 2400 Dowie Memorial Drive, Zion Hermon Park Center .................................................................................................. 2700 29th Street, Zion Pinsters Bowl & Bar.............................................................................................. 1646 Sheridan Road, Zion Port Shiloh................................................................................................................. 1523 Shiloh Blvd., Zion Shepherds Crook Golf Course................................................................................ 351 Greenbay Road, Zion Shiloh Golf Course......................................................................................................... 2300 Bethesda, Zion

LINDENHURST • ROUND LAKE • WAUKEGAN • ZION

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Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County Lindenhurst Park District Thomas J. Lippert Community Center 2200 E. Grass Lake Road Lindenhurst, IL 60046 847-356-6011 847-356-6063 Fax Round Lake Area Park District Community Center 814 Hart Road Round Lake, IL 60073 847-546-8558 847-740-8180 Fax Waukegan Park District Upton Park/Douglas House 2000 Belvidere Street Waukegan, IL 60085 847-360-4760 847-662-2577 Fax Zion Park District Leisure Center 2400 Dowie Memorial Drive Zion, IL 60099 847-746-5500 847-746-5506 Fax

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