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2018

WINTER SPRING

RECREATION GUIDE

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WINTER/SPRING 2018 A MESSAGE TO OUR FRIENDS: Welcome to our 2018 Winter/Spring Recreation Guide! We invite you and your family to join in the fun by registering for one or more of the recreational opportunities available for all ages.

OFFICE INFORMATION LOCATION:

Germantown Village Hall N112 W17001 Mequon Rd.

OFFICE HOURS:

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday (Office is closed Dec. 22, 25, 29, Jan. 1, Mar. 30, & May 28)

TELEPHONE:

(262) 250-4710

RECORDED INFORMATION LINE:

(262) 250-4711 Call the Information Line FIRST for cancellation notices and updates.

FAX NUMBERS:

(262) 255-2920 or (262) 253-8255

WEB SITE: www.village.germantown.wi.us ONLINE REGISTRATION: https://gtownrec.com

Our department has planned a wide variety of programs and special events for your family to choose from. Through participation in parks and recreation activities your children have unlimited opportunities to make new friends, learn new skills, boost self- esteem, develop a healthier lifestyle, and just plain have some fun! Please note that due to the start of building construction associated with the Germantown School District Facility Referendum, there are some changes in program locations. There are also changes that may occur that were unknown at the time this guide went to print. The Germantown School District and Park & Recreation Department appreciates your patience and support as planning continues and work begins on this exciting building program for our community. Please note that we will do our best to notify you well in advance of any changes to your children’s schedule and/or program location. Please check your email/voicemail for any program updates.

E-MAIL: parkrec@village.germantown.wi.us

UNDER CONSTRUCTION – WORK IN PROGRESS – UNDER CONSTRUCTION – WORK IN

OFFICE STAFF DIRECTOR:

Mark Schroeder

RECREATION SUPERVISORS:

Patti Heinen Katie Rodger

SECRETARIES:

Shannon Lemke Briana McNeal

OFFICE ASSISTANT:

Charis Laabs

SENIOR CENTER COORDINATOR:

Mary Fiegel

PROGRAM COORDINATOR:

Jamie Kargus

COMMISSION MEMBERS

We Create Community Through People, Parks, and Programs! GERMANTOWN PARK & REC MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Germantown Park & Recreation Department is to enhance the quality of life for all residents of the community through the development and maintenance of park lands and facilities as well as providing a variety of quality recreational programs and special events.

REMINDER

CHAIR:

Scott Coulthurst

TRUSTEE REPRESENTATIVE:

Rick Miller

SCHOOL BOARD REPRESENTATIVE: Ray Borden MEMBERS:

We hope that you join us for a fall/winter filled with fun for the whole family! Parks & Recreation is Your Best Investment!

Brian Depies Wendy Knop Kim Leukert Steve Stapelman

The Park & Recreation Department has a limited amount of program brochures available for public distribution. Please remember to hang on to your book, you may want to look at it again. Thank You.

TYPO, HUMAN ERROR, WE GOOFED...!?

Occasionally there may be an error in days, times, registration requirements or fees in the brochure. When such errors occur, our staff will do everything possible to correct the situation promptly. We thank you for your patience and understanding when these situations arise.

SAY CHEESE!

For program promotion purposes, photographs may be taken of participants from time to time. If you do not wish to have your photo taken, please notify the photographer and/or class instructor. Photos may be used in publications, social media and/or the web site.

VISIT & REGISTER ONLINE AT OUR WEB SITE: WWW.VILLAGE.GERMANTOWN.WI.US

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FAMILY EVENTS

New Class, Give it a Try!

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Contact / General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

TOT & YOUTH ACTIVITIES Oodles of Art, Miss Julie’s Music, Preschool Play Group, Preschool Story Stretchers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 7 Time for Two, Highway Garage Field Trip, Parent & Tot Workshops.. . . 8 Gymnastics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Pom Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Before & After School Kids Klub. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 After School Legos, Spanish programs, Kids Choir, Mad Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 - 19 STEM Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Basic First Aid for Kids, Firefighters are your friends, Stay Home Alone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Self-Defense, Martial Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25, 29

FAMILY FUN Easter Egg Hunt, Easter Bunny Lunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Tree Climbing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Snowman & Snow Creature Building Contest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 For Teens, Kalahari Water Park, Wizard Quest, Volunteer Opportunities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 - 23

TRIPS & TOURS Kalahari Indoor Water Park, Wizard Quest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Red Hot Chilli Pipers, Ho Chunk Dells, Daniel O’Donnell, UW Band Concert, Happy Days the Musical, Maggie Mae Barn Dance, Natchez Spring Pilgrimage Tour, Shades of Ireland, New England Rails and Sails, Tropical Costa Rica. . . . . . . . . . . 36 - 37

SENIOR ACTIVITIES Senior Trips. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 - 37 Senior Activities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 - 39 Senior Enrichment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

GENERAL INFORMATION Parks Directory, Community Events, Community Athletic Programs, Library, Historical Society, Department Policies. . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 - 46

REGISTRATION INFORMATION & FORMS How to Register. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Registration Forms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 - 50 General Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Facilities Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

SPORTS MiKro Soccer, Parent/Child Basketball, Sporties for Shorties, Hoopsters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 KidsSports Football, Spring Pee Wee & U6 Soccer. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Golf Lessons, Junior Golf Academy, Explore Martial Arts. . . . . . . . . 12 Pickleball, Archery, Horseback Riding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Youth Track & Field, Track & Field Invitational, Ice Skating, Hockey . 14 Indoor Tennis, Softball Hitting & Pitching Clinics, After School Volleyball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Open Gyms, Adult Sports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

TO A BETTER YOU! (ENRICHMENT) Kid Cuisine, Beginning Guitar, Learn Magic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Teen Volunteer Opportunities, Youth Futures Lock-in. . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Babysitter’s Training, Home Safety Strategies, Senior Citizen Self Defense Workshop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Health & Wellness Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Money Saving Travel Trips, Scrapbooking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Therapy Dog Screenings, Digital Photography Classes, iPad/iPhone Tips & Tricks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Painting Classes, Henna Workshop, Middle School Art. . . . . . . . . . 33 Repel Bugs the Natural Way, Beekeeping, Lace Making, Yarn Spinning, Chicken Keeping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Community Garden, Garden Art, Container Gardening, Fire Pit Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

FOREVER FIT Introduction to Tae Kwon Do, EZ Defense for Women, Don’t Be Bullied, Beginner Martial Arts Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Zumba, Body Basics, Pilates Mat, Relax, Renew, Rejuvenate. . . . . . 26 Belly Dancing, Restore Your Core, TRX Suspension. . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Yoga, P.U.L.S.E., Kickboxing/Self-Defense, Explore Martial Arts. . . . 29

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Come and join the Recreation Department and the MacArthur PTA for a night at the movies. Bring your sleeping bag, chairs or blankets and settle in for a night of entertainment. Watch for flyers to be sent home from the school regarding the movie title or call the Recreation Department Office at (262) 250-4710 for additional information. TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: See page 22 for volunteer registration information. Friday, Feb. 16 MacArthur School Gym NO Pre-registration is required!

7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

NOTES:

SPECIAL THANKS to our sponsor:

Make sure you visit your concession stand to purchase popcorn, soda and snacks! Attendance is FREE! Children MUST be accompanied by an adult. It is the parents’ responsibility to determine what movies are appropriate for their children.

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EASTER EGG HUNT - HOP ON OVER Germantown Recreation Department’s 24th Annual Easter Egg Hunt (Open to Germantown School District Children Ages 1 - 7)

Hop on over to Firemen’s Park for the 24th Annual Eggciting Easter Egg Hunt. This event allows youngsters who are in the Germantown School District, ages 1 - 7 to search for candy, eggs and other surprises. The event is FREE to all participants. What to Bring?.. Easter basket or bucket to collect eggs and candy. In case of inclement weather, hunt will be held at KMS. Teen volunteers needed, see page 22. Children are divided into the following categories: Ages 1-3, Ages 4 & 5, Ages 6 & 7

Four Generational Easter Bunny Lunch

Sponsored by the Germantown Senior Citizen’s Club A hot dog lunch will be served with an appearance by the Easter Bunny. Easter cupcake decorating will be assisted by Germantown Seniors. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Sorry, no phone reservations. See below for ticket reservation procedures. For more information contact the Senior Center at 253-7799. Saturday, Mar. 24

11:30 a.m.

Saturday, Mar. 24 11:00 a.m. SHARP (the hunt will start promptly at 11:00 a.m.)

Germantown Senior Center W162 N11960 Park Avenue

Firemen’s Park - When you enter the park look for signs designating your age group area.

Ticket Reservations: Tickets can be purchased at the Senior Center, Mondays - Fridays from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. from Feb. 26 to Mar. 21.

FREE - NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED - JUST SHOW UP!

Fee: $4.00/person (2 & Under Free)

Thank You!

To last year’s area service clubs and businesses who donated their time, money, candy and prizes:

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR OVERALL SPONSOR WINDOW WORLD Anita & John Hilleman American Paper & Packaging Amy Belle School Staff ATI Physical Therapy Bailey Family Boy Scout Troop 80 Carol & Bill Miller Chamber of Commerce Columbia/St. Mary’s Gtown Clinic Costco Cub Scout Pack 112 & Den #4 Dental Professionals Diana Brogli Dick’s Body Shop Eye Associates Freistadt 4-H Friends Germantown Animal Hospital Gtown American Legion Aux. 321

New Class, Give it a Try!

Gtown Power/Pixie Poms Germantown Sr. Citizens Club Germantown Youth Futures GHS Key Club GHS National Honor Society GHS Student Government Girl Scout Daisy Troop 20073 Girl Scout Brownie Troop 6321 Girl Scout Junior Troop 6082 Girl Scout Troop 2080 Great Lakes Packaging Jill North JK Lee Katelyn Letourneau Keller Planners Kennedy Middle School (Martin Luther King Jr. Day projects) Kidton, LLC Malkin Flooring Nancy Foss Nancy Malkowski Moms Club of Germantown East Momentum Early Learning Pam Heinen

Piggly Wiggly Hubertus Premier Flooring State Farm Insurance – Bernadette Furlong Tan R’ You Tender Reflections Texas Roadhouse The Gables of Germantown Uniquely You Orthodontics – Dr. Schmidt & Dr. Poser Vicki & Patrick Carl Window World

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TOT ACTIVITIES

Preschool Play Group Youth (Ages 3-5)

Instructor: Theresa Midlikowski & EC Staff Come join our play group program which is held in partnership with the Germantown School District’s Early Childhood program. Class is designed to concentrate on social skills while having fun. Children will work on a variety of themes each session. Activities include art projects, science experiments, music and movement, daily calendar time, holiday themes, story time and more! Potty trained preferred. What to bring: A regular sized school backpack Tuesdays & Thursdays / 8 weeks Winter: Jan. 9 - Mar. 6 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. 314607-01 (No class Mar. 1) Please be registered by Friday, Jan. 5 Tuesdays & Thursdays / 8 weeks Spring: Mar. 20 - May 17 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. 414607-01 (No class Apr. 3 and Apr. 5) Rockfield School $62/Res. & School Dist. Res., $67/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 9 (per session) Please be registered by Tuesday, Mar. 13

Preschool Story Stretchers Youth (Ages 3 & 4)

Instructor: Theresa Midlikowski & EC Staff In this “all by myself class,” your child will demonstrate a love for reading at an early age! This class will take stories and expand on them. We will stretch each story out with fun activities like art projects, puppets, songs, cooking, and more. Join us and experience the magic of a good book. Wednesdays / 5 weeks Session 1: Jan. 10 - Feb. 7 Session 2: Feb. 28 - Mar. 28

9:15 - 10:15 a.m. 314608-01 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. 314608-02

Oodles of Art

Parents or Caregivers & Children Ages 1½ - 4½ Instructor: Elle Huebner / Sam Mueller A perfectly designed, age appropriate and hands-on art class for toddlers and preschoolers. Through sculpting, drawing, painting, tactile time, story time, and movement activities, your young child’s imagination will soar! New theme each week. All supplies and snacks provided. Please bring a smock for your child. Parent or caregiver participation required, other arrangements should be made for siblings. Thursday Mornings / 4 weeks Winter: Jan. 25 – Feb. 15 Spring 1: Mar. 8 – Mar. 29 Spring 2: Apr. 26 – May 17

9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 384202-01 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 384202-02 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 384202-03

Wednesday Evenings / 4 weeks Winter: Jan. 24 – Feb. 14 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Spring 1: Mar. 7 – Mar. 28 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Spring 2: Apr. 25 – May 16 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

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Department of Public Works Building (Lower Level, enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. $35/Res., $40/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Min. 3, Max. 6 Please be registered one week before program date

Dept. of Public Works Building N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. $22/Res. & School Dist. Res., $27Non-res. Min. 4, Max. 8 (per session) Please be registered one week before program date

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TOT ACTIVITIES Miss Julie’s Music Fun For Families Parents or caregivers & children ages 1-5 Siblings under one may attend free

Instructor: Julie Thompson is a performer, recording artist, and author. Let’s share music, movement, finger plays, stories, rhythm and rhymes. Offered on Saturday to allow for a larger family unit to participate. Community building and social skills for children can be demonstrated through participating in music, Mothers, Grandmothers, Fathers, Nannies, Aunts - bring your wee ones and we’ll have a blast!

Miss Julie’s Music Fun For Babies

Parents or caregivers & infants and babies, non-walkers Your baby’s brain development - mental, emotional, social, and physical -- is supported and enhanced with music and movement. Come to a nurturing class for you and your baby, learn a new lullaby, sing and move with your infant, teach rhythm by bouncing gently, play peek-a-boo with scarves, connect with other parents. A wonderful bonding experience. PREGNANT MOTHER’S COME JOIN US - FREE OF CHARGE!! Studies show, ‘unborn babies who were exposed to music while in the womb showed significant improvement in overall mental, cognizant, behavioral, sensory, psychological and emotional development as compared to those who were not exposed to any music while they were in the womb.’ Wednesdays Dec. 13 10:45 – 11:15 a.m. Jan. 17 10:45 – 11:15 a.m. Feb. 7 10:45 – 11:15 a.m. Mar. 28 10:45 – 11:15 a.m. May 9 10:45 – 11:15 a.m.

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Saturdays Jan. 27 11:15 – 11:45 a.m. Feb. 17 11:15 – 11:45 a.m. Apr. 7 11:15 – 11:45 a.m.

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Germantown Community Library N112 W16957 Mequon, Rd. (across from Village Hall) Min. 3, Max. 7 Please register one week before program date

Valentine’s Music Party with Miss Julie!

Parents or caregivers & children tots ages 1-5 This hour long fun music party will feature songs to learn and celebrate Valentine’s Day with your little sweetheart. Class includes a healthy snack. 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

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Germantown Community Library N112 W16957 Mequon, Rd. (across from Village Hall) $10/Res., $13/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Min. 3, Max. 7 Please register one week before program date

Christmas Music Party!

(Parents or caregivers & children tots ages 1-5) Instructor: Julie Thompson - Performer, Recording Artist, and Children’s Author This hour long fun music party will feature songs to learn and celebrate Christmas, winter, and solstice. Class includes a healthy snack and a take home instrument or gift. Tuesday, Dec. 19

1:30 - 2:30 p.m.

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Faith Lutheran Church W172 N11187 Division Road (off Mequon Rd.) $12/Res., $15/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per date) Min. 3, Max. 6 Please be registered by Tuesday, Dec. 12

$8/Res., $11/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option)

Wednesday, Feb. 14

Saturdays Jan. 27 10:15 – 11:00 am Feb. 17 10:15 – 11:00 am Apr. 7 10:15 – 11:00 am

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Miss Julie’s Music Fun Parents or caregivers & children ages 1-3 Siblings 4 and older may attend for free.

Instructor: Julie Thompson is a performer, recording artist, and author. We explore music, movement, finger plays, stories, rhythm. Yes, little ones can learn more about language through participating in music, and learning to keep the beat will enhance enjoyment and understanding of music. Mothers, Grandmothers, Fathers, Nannies, Aunts - bring your wee ones and we’ll have a blast! Wednesdays / 5 weeks Winter 1: Jan. 10 - Feb. 7 Spring I: Mar. 28 - Apr. 25 Spring II: May 2 - May 30

9:45 - 10:30 a.m. 384211-01 9:45 - 10:30 a.m. 384211-02 9:45 - 10:30 a.m. 384211-03

Germantown Community Library N112 W16957 Mequon, Rd. (across from Village Hall)

Germantown Community Library N112 W16957 Mequon Rd. (Across from Village Hall)

$12/Res., $15/Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

$50/Res., $60/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option)

Min. 4, Max. 7

Min. 3, Max. 7

Please register by Wednesday, Feb. 7

New Class, Give it a Try!

Please be registered one week before program date

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TOT ACTIVITIES Time for Two Instructor: Sam Mueller

TODDLERS Parents or caregivers & children ages 12 - 24 months Discover and play together! Each week toddlers will learn and have fun through games and group activities. Your toddler will improve their social skills along with increasing self-esteem and gross motor skills! Many fun activities such as parachute time and color and shape themed games will be included. Saturdays / 4 weeks Session 1: Feb. 10 - Mar. 3 Session 2: Apr. 21 - May 12

10:00 - 10:30 a.m. 384603-01 10:00 - 10:30 a.m. 384603-03

Parent & Tot Workshops

EXPLORERS Parents or caregivers & children ages 2-3

Parents & their child (ages 3-5 yrs old)

With themes such as space, sports, science, under the see and jungle. We will spark your child’s imagination as they have fun learning with their peers! Social skills, imagination, and gross motor skills will all be improved as we play, learn, and work together as a group! Many fun activities including parachute time and theme related games will be included. Saturdays / 4 weeks Session 1: Feb. 10 - Mar. 3 Session 2: Apr. 21 - May 12

$35/Res., $40/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per session) Min. 3, Max. 6

Join us for a visit to our winter wonderland to celebrate the winter season. We will be doing many snow-riffic activities and have a jolly time making winter crafts, eating a snack and enjoying some games all based on a winter theme. Friday, Dec. 15

Please register at least one week before program date

Field Trip to the Highway Garage Children (Ages 2 - 7) with Parent or Caregiver

10:00 - 11:00 a.m.

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Dept. of Public Works Parking Lot N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. Free - Pre-registration required! Min. 5, Max. 60 Please be registered by Friday, May 18

Germantown Park & Recreation Department

6:00 - 7:15 p.m.

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SWEETHEART PARTY Enjoy lots of “loveable” activities, make some Valentines and share a sweetheart snack together. Friday, Feb. 9

See all the trucks that are used in the sandbox (such as bucket trucks, loaders, excavators and more) in their real form. Children will get a chance to climb onto them, sit behind the wheel and experience their flashing lights. They can even check out the asphalt roller that looks like the Flintstones’ car. If time permits they will also see where the salt is kept to keep the roads safe during the winter months. Make sure to bring your camera! Event will run rain or shine!

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Grown Ups bring your child(ren) for some fun especially designed for you and your child(ren). Parent or caregiver participation required. Other arrangements should be made for siblings. TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED SEE PAGE 22.

WINTER WONDERLAND 10:45 - 11:15 a.m. 384603-02 10:45 - 11:15 a.m. 384603-04

Dept. of Public Works Building (Lower Level - Enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave

Friday, June 1

Instructor: Sam Mueller

6:00 - 7:15 p.m.

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ST. PATTY’S PARTY Join us as we search for the leprechaun’s pot of gold. We will be doing fun activities and have a great time making crafts, eating a green snack and enjoying some games all based on a St. Patrick’s Day theme. Friday, Mar. 16

6:00 - 7:15 p.m.

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Department of Public Works Building (Lower Level - Enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. $13/Res., $15/School Dist. Res. & Non-res. (per child, per date) Min. 5, Max. 10 Please register one week before program start date.

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HEAD OVER HEELS Gymnastics Youth (Ages 3 & up)

Coordinator: Tasha Lutynski Bend, twist and roll! This program is designed to offer a variety of experiences for children of all levels to develop strength, coordination, balance and self esteem. Instruction is offered in the areas of vault, beam and floor exercise. Teen volunteers (ages 12 & 13) needed, see page 22. What to Wear: Leotards, or T-shirt with shorts. Please no clothing with zippers, belt buckles or jewelry. Long hair must be tied back.

PARENT TOT (AGE *2 W/PARENT) Parent-guided gymnastics gets your little ones moving! Develop listening skills, strength and balance. Parent (or adult) MUST accompany student. Other arrangements should be made for siblings.

TOTNASTICS (AGE *3) Tots are encouraged to learn beginning tumbling skills on the various gymnastics equipment geared for this age. They will also develop self confidence along with listening skills, coordination, strength and balance. NOTE: Parents are required to stay and watch. (*) Must be age 3 by start of class.

KINDERGYM (AGES *4 & 5 OR KINDERGARTEN) Students will develop listening and coordination skills along with basic work on all apparatus. (*) Must be age 4 by start of class.

DYNAMIC TWIST (GRADES 1 - 3) Students will learn a variety of new skills, with more emphasis on strength and flexibility.

KIPPERS (GRADES 4 & UP) Students will advance to new skills based on ability levels. They will also learn to pair together movements and skills on all the apparatus. Spring Session Thursdays / 5 weeks Spring I: Mar. 8 - Apr. 12 (no class Apr. 5) Spring II: Apr. 26 - May 24

Spring I

Spring II

Parent Tot

5:15 - 5:45 p.m.

312101-03

412101-08

Totnastics

5:45 - 6:15 p.m. 6:30 - 7:00 p.m.

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$19/Res. & School Dist. Res., $31/Non - resident Kindergym

5:15 - 6:00 p.m. 6:15 - 7:00 p.m.

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Dynamic Twist 5:15 - 6:00 p.m. 6:15 - 7:00 p.m.

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Kippers

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5:15 - 6:00 p.m.

$28/Res. & School Dist. Res., $40/Non-resident Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria Enrollments vary by class - Register early SPRING 1: Please be registered by Monday, Feb. 26 SPRING 2: Please be registered by Monday, Apr. 9

HELP WANTED GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTORS/VOLUNTEERS If you enjoy tumbling and working with young children, this might be the job for you. Instructors minimum age is 14, volunteers minimum age is 12, see page 22. Applications now being accepted!

New Class, Give it a Try!

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SPORTS MANIA MiKro Soccer

Parent Child Basketball Program

Cooperative Program between Milwaukee Kickers and Germantown Rec. Dept.

Instructor: Marin Siegert

Youth (*Ages 3 - 6)

Children Ages 4 - 6 with Parent or Caregiver

Mikro is a fun introduction to the game of soccer for 3-6 year olds. Classes meet once per week for six weeks and are lead by trained soccer coaches. Soccer skills are learned through age-appropriate challenges and game-based activities rather than traditional drills. Kids should come dressed in athletic clothes. Shinguards and cleats are not necessary for MiKro play, but can be worn if desired. For more information, please visit www.mksc.org. Wednesdays / 6 weeks Ages 3 - 6: Apr. 25 - May 30 Ages 3 - 6: Apr. 25 - May 30

4:30 - 5:30 p.m. 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Firemen’s Park Soccer Field (Field between Senior Center and Firehouse) FEES: $72 (includes instruction and soccer jersey) $82 (also includes a size 3 soccer ball) * Must be age 3 by start of program. Register early! No on-site registration will be accepted. To register please visit www.mksc.org. Go to “Youth” and click on “MiKro (Ages 3-6)” then follow instructions on the page. For questions please contact Eduardo Diaz at eduardod@mksc.org.

Child and parent participate together in this class. Come have fun with your child and introduce them to the fun and fitness of basketball. This program is designed to stimulate physical activity and learn basic skills. Class includes warm ups, sport specific skill activities and simplified versions of games. Mondays / 3 weeks Mar. 5 - Mar. 19

6:00 - 6:45 p.m.

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MacArthur School Gym $23.50/Res & School Dist. Res., $33.50/Non-res. (Fee is for parent and child) Min. 5 children, Max. 12 children Please be registered by Monday, Feb. 26

Sporties for Shorties Coordinator: Tyler Tschetter

PARENTS & CHILDREN AGES 3-4: Parents get to join in the fun too! Each week we will work on a different sport. Class will include sport specific skills and fun games. Please register child - one adult is included in fee. Saturdays / 6 weeks Jan. 20 - Feb. 24 Min. 8, Max. 15

9:45 - 10:30 a.m.

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CHILDREN AGES 5-6: This great program will give your child a chance to play all their favorite games. Basic skill development, group cooperation, introduction to new sports and having a great time will be emphasized. A new game or sport will be introduced each week. Saturdays / 6 weeks Jan. 20 - Feb. 24 Min. 10, Max. 20

10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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County Line School Gym (use west entrance, by gym door #6) Parking lot off of Colonial Dr. $30/Res. & School Dist. Res., $35/Non-res. Please be registered by Monday, Jan. 12

Hoopsters Youth (Grade K5)

Emphasis will be on passing, dribbling, shooting and basic drills. Class includes warm ups, sport specific skill activities and simplified versions of games. Teen volunteers needed, see page 22. Saturdays / 8 weeks Option 1: Jan. 6 - Feb. 24 Option 2: Jan. 6 - Feb. 24

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Rockfield School Gym $30/Res. & School Dist. Res., $35/Non-res Min. 10, Max. 24 Please be registered by Monday, Dec. 11

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SPRING SPORTS MANIA Spring Pee Wee & U-6 Soccer Youth (*Ages 4, 5 & 6)

Volunteer Coaches & Team Sponsors Needed!

KidsSports Football Youth (Ages 3-6)

Instructor: Kids Sports Your child will be introduced to the game of football in a fun, active and noncompetitive environment. Our coach will use professionally designed games and activities to introduce import skills such as throwing, receiving, running, blocking, defending and kicking along with general motor skills such as eye-hand and foot-eye coordinator, muscle development, agility and more. Tuesdays / 5 weeks, April 24 – May 22 Ages 3-4: 5:10 – 5:50 p.m. 311813-04 Ages 5-6: 6:00 – 6:40 p.m. 311813-05 $50/Res., $55/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Firemen’s Park (field between Sr. Center and Firehouse) Min. 6, Max. 24 Please be Registered by Tuesday, April 17

Each week will consist of a review of skills and fundamentals followed by a scrimmage game against another team with a goal of FUN! Practice and scrimmage will last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes each Saturday. Scrimmage games will be 3 vs 3 (6 players from each team will be playing at once on 2 short fields). Children will be placed on teams and will play a round robin schedule of games. Volunteer coaches will coach their child’s team. See below for team sponsorship information. NOW ACCEPTING ONLINE REGISTRATIONS Pee Wee: Ages 4 & 5 411806-01 Children must be age 4 at start of program. Children born between August 1, 2012 - April 21, 2014. See chart below for cut-off dates. U-6: Ages 5 & 6 411806-02 Children born between August 1, 2011 - July 31, 2012. See chart below for cut-off dates. Children born before August 1, 2011 belong in Germantown Youth Soccer (see page 44). What to Bring: Size 3 soccer ball and shin guards. The Recreation Department will provide a team jersey. Other Information: Coaches will call players’ parents to let them know what time to come for the first day of the program. If you do not receive a call from a coach by Thursday, April 19th call the Rec. Dept. for team information. No refunds issued after April 3rd. Saturday mornings / 7 weeks April 21 - June 9 (No program May 26) Haupt Strasse Park and Firemen’s Park $25.75/Res., $35.75/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Please be registered by Friday, Mar. 30 Please use special registration form on page 49 or register online.

TEAM SPONSORS NEEDED For only $75, you can sponsor a Pee Wee or U-6 Soccer or Little Gridders team. Being a team sponsor offers an excellent way for a business to be a good corporate citizen and to support the Germantown Youth Sports Programs. Team sponsorship includes the sponsor’s logo printed on the T-shirts. We anticipate a total of 250 kids in the program, which estimates to hundreds of parents, relatives and friends watching the participants and recognizing our sponsors’ business. Call (262) 250-4710 for more information.

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Pee Wee’s: Ages 4 & 5 - Children must be age 4 at start of program (Children born between August 1, 2012 - April 21, 2014) U-6’s: Ages 5 & 6 - (Children born between August 1, 2011 - July 31, 2012) *Children in 1st grade and above born before August 1, 2011 belong in the Germantown Youth Soccer organization.

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SPORTS MANIA Tree Climbing

Youth, Teens, Adults (ages 7 & up) Instructor: Curtis Andrews, owner, lead facilitator, consulting arborist, Treetop Explorer LLC Fun, Fitness, Adventure! Peaceful and invigorating, recreational tree climbing allows climbers to ascend into and explore trees safely. Gain a new appreciation for trees, nature, and your Parks. All gear and instruction is provided.

Golf Lessons

Adults & Seniors (Ages 18+) Instructor: Paul Mindel, Golf Professional TPI Certified, GS Level 2, 33 years teaching experience Come learn Golf, one of the greatest games ever played! These classes are intended to teach, “How to swing” and “Help you feel comfortable when playing”. We will focus on the full swing, short game and putting. Training aids, video analysis, and handouts will be used to help speed the learning. What to bring: Please bring along a 6, 7, 8 or 9 iron to the first class. Students must purchase golf balls at the range. Classes will be held at Swing Time Golf Range (Germantown) rain or shine. Option 1: Mondays / 6 weeks Mar. 5 – Apr. 9 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

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Option 2: Saturdays / 4 weeks Feb. 24 – Mar. 17 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.

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What to Bring: wear long pants, sturdy shoes, bring a water bottle, and bring a sense of adventure! Participants will need to sign the Treetop waiver to climb prior to participation. Forms will be available at the class. Option 1: Saturday, Apr. 14

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon

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Option 2: Saturday, May 19

4:30 – 6:30 p.m.

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$35/Res., $40/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 3, Max. 8 Firemen’s Park (Meet at Shelter) Please be registered one week before program date.

Explore Martial Arts

Youth, Teens, Adults, Families (Ages 4 & up)

Swing Time, W197 N10340 Appleton Ave $62/Res., $67/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Min. 2, Max. 4 Please be registered one week before program date

Instructors: Corey Becker and Assistant Instructors Explore the beginning fundamentals of the Martial Arts (Taekwondo, Karate, Kickboxing) in this exciting 4 WEEK course! Students of all ages and ability levels can expect to be part of a warm, friendly atmosphere that emphasizes humbleness and personal growth two times each week. Come join us to ignite, excite, and explore your martial arts potential!

Junior Golf Lesson Academy

Youth:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday Tuesday, Thursday Saturday

4:45 - 5:25 p.m. 4:30 - 5:10 p.m. 10:30 - 11:00 a.m.

Instructor: Paul Mindel, Golf Professional TPI Certified, US Kids Swing Coach, 33 years teaching experience

Adults:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

6:45 - 7:30 p.m.

Family:

Saturday

11:00 - 11:45 a.m.

Youth (Ages 7-10)

Kids, have fun learning the great game of golf. Learn the game the right way. Fundamentals of the full swing, the short game, putting, and on course etiquette will be taught. What to Bring: Bring your 7, 8, or 9 iron to the first class. Students must purchase a basket of golf balls for each class at the range. Classes will be held at Swing Time Golf Range (Germantown) rain or shine. Tuesdays / 6 weeks Mar. 6 - Apr. 10

5:00 - 6:00 p.m.

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Swing Time, W197 N10340 Appleton Ave $45/Res., $50/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 2, Max. 4 Please be registered by Tuesday, Feb. 27

Session 1: Jan. 3 – Jan. 27 Session 2: Jan. 15 – Feb. 9 Session 3: Feb. 5 – Mar. 3 Session 4: Feb. 19 – Mar. 17 Session 5: Mar. 5 – Mar. 31 Session 6: Mar. 19 – Apr. 14 Session 7: Apr. 2 – Apr. 28 Session 8: Apr. 16 – May 12

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Individual: $25/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per session) Family: $50/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (entire family per session) Surge Martial Arts, W188 N11927 Maple Rd. (located at the corner of Freistadt and Maple Rd., in the Alpine Business Center)) No Max. Please register one week before program start date

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SPORTS MANIA Archery Program

Youth, Teens, Adults (Ages 8 to adults) Instructor: Rich Frohmader, NASP Certified BAIT Trainer, USOC Safe Sport & USAA level 2 archery certified This is a great opportunity to introduce archery to the entire family.

BEGINNERS: This program will teach the archers of any ability the techniques of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). The 11-steps process to shooting will enable you to gain the self-confidence to shoot a bow safely all the while enjoying the engaging sport of archery. Mathews Genesis bows and all required equipment will be provided to each attendee.

Pickleball

Adults (Ages 18+) Pickleball is a combination of badminton, tennis and table tennis, and is enjoyed by all ages! Using a badminton-sized court, tennisheight net, table tennis-type paddle, and a baseball-sized waffle ball, this game has few rules and is far less strenuous than tennis. It is easy to learn and provides plenty of exercise and hand-eye coordination; a game of strategy for both men and women. Want to learn more? Go to USAPA.org, and click on the link to “What is Pickleball?” to watch an informational video.

HOW IS PICKLEBALL PLAYED…. • Ball is served diagonally, points only scored by serving team • Players on each side must let ball bounce once before volleys are allowed • There is a 7’ no-volley zone (kitchen) to prevent “spiking” • Serve continues to serve, alternating service courts, until a fault occurs • Game to 11 points, win by 2

Building on the concepts and practices of the Beginning Archery class, this Level 2 class will focus on furthering the development of the archer. All equipment is included, or students may provide their own. If you are using your own equipment, it can’t exceed a draw of 40 lbs. Pre-requisite: Beginning Archery through Germantown Rec. Dept. Saturdays / 4 weeks Option 1: Jan. 13 – Feb. 3 Beginners: 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Level 2: 9:45 – 10:45 a.m.

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Option 2: Mar. 31 – May 5 (off Apr. 7, 28) Beginners: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Level 2: 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.

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Dept. of Public Works Building (Lower level – Enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. $48/Res., $53/School Dist. Res. & Non-res. (per option)

Open Gym: Wednesdays Nov. 15 - Mar. 7 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. (no open gym Nov. 22, 29, Dec. 27) Mar. 14 - May 23 (no open gym Apr. 4)

LEVEL 2:

Min. 6, Max. 10 Please be registered one week before program start date

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Walk-in Fee (per visit) $3.00/Night Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-Res. Lessons Wednesdays / 4 weeks Mar. 14 - Apr. 11 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. (no class Apr. 4)

Horseback Riding Youth (Ages 7 – 18)

Instructor: Marisa Miller 341819-01

$20/Res. & School Dist. Res., $24/Non-res. Kennedy Middle School W160 N11836 Crusader Court (Use lobby door entrance off Crusader Ct.) Contact Hotline (262) 250-4711 weekly for program availability

Get ready to be absorbed into the world of horses! Students will learn proper grooming, tacking, and riding techniques in addition to gaining knowledge of general horse care. Items necessary for class: jeans or riding breeches, ankle-high boot with low heel, preferably rubber-soled (NO tennis shoes) and riding release form signed by a parent. Release forms are available at the office, or will be attached to your receipt. For more information please visit bluespringfarms.com. Tuesdays / 3 weeks Option 1: Feb. 6 – Feb. 20 Option 2: Mar. 6 – Mar. 20 Option 3: Apr. 10 – Apr. 24 Option 4: May 8 – May 22

5:00 – 5:45 p.m. 5:00 – 5:45 p.m. 5:00 – 5:45 p.m. 5:00 – 5:45 p.m.

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Blue Spring Farm, Men. Falls W220 N9110 Town Line Rd. $115/Res. $138/Non-res. & School Dist. Res (per option) Max. 3 Please be registered one week before program date

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YOUTH SPORTS Youth Track & Field Program

Learn to Skate

This program will focus on conditioning and technique. Competition in track & field events, inter-squad meets and meets with other track clubs are planned. Fee includes team T-shirt and end of season banquet. PARENT VOLUNTEERS that enjoy working with children are NEEDED (no experience necessary). Call the Rec. Dept. to volunteer. A coaches meeting will be scheduled in March. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form.

A United States Figure Skating Association acreddited program, hosted by the Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club! Designed for beginner level skaters. Skills taught include forward and backward skating, stopping, swizzles, and ice safety. The program is on privately contracted ice under the direction of PSA approved coaches. Dress for the cold; coats and gloves recommended. Helmets recommended for beginners. For additional information, email : kettlemorainefsc@gmail.com or visit www.kettlemorainefsc.org

Youth (Grades 3 - 8)

Parent Night: Wednesday, March 28 (Parent & athlete informational meeting from 6 - 7 p.m. in the KMS cafe.) (No practice that night.) Practices: Apr. 2 - May 23

Youth (*Ages 4 & up)

Banquet Date May 30

Mon. & Wed., 6:15 - 7:45 p.m. 411807-01 Saturday, 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Germantown High School Track or Kennedy Middle School $54.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $74.25/Non-res. Fee does not include transportation to meets. Enrollment: Min. 16, Max. 65

Sundays / 6 weeks Session 1: Dec. 3 - Jan. 21 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. (no class Dec. 24, 31) Session 2: Jan. 28 - Mar. 4 Snowplow Sam (Ages 4-6) Basic 1 (Age 6 and Up)

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5:15 - 5:45 p.m. 5:15 - 5:45 p.m.

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Session 3: Mar. 11 - Apr. 22 (no class Apr. 1) Snowplow Sam (Ages 4-6) 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. Basic 1 (Age 6 and Up) 5:15 - 5:45 p.m.

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Kettle Moraine Ice Center 2330 South Main St., West Bend (Hwy P) Across from Bob Fish

Please be registered by Monday, Mar. 12

$85/Res., $90/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per session). Skate Rental Included Not included in registration fee is one time per season USFSA $16 Learn to Skate Membership Fee Min. 4, Max. 10 *Must be age 4 by start of program. Please be registered one week before program date

Intro to Hockey 1-2-3 Youth (Ages 4 - 7)

Track & Field Club 17th Annual Invitational Youth (Grades 3 - 8)

*Those in our youth track and field programs should register with Coach Dan Rowe Each competitor may participate in up to 2 track and 1 field individual events plus 1 relay event. All competitors must preregister. The order of events are: field events (shot put and discus, grades 6-8; softball throw, grades 3-6; long jump, all grades, high jump, grades 6-8) that are held in parallel, 100M, 800M, 200M, 1600M, 400M, 4x100M. Track shoes and starting blocks are allowed. Field event equipment will be provided. Medals for 1st - 3rd place. Saturday, May 19 (Raindate: Sunday, May 20)

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Germantown High School Track Warm-ups begin at 7:30 a.m. Field events begin at 8:00 a.m. Track events begin at 8:30 a.m. (Rolling time schedule) $10/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Please be registered by Friday, May 11

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US figure skating Hockey curriculum is designed to teach fundamentals of hockey skating. In four badge levels, skaters will learn how to maneuver faster and be more agile on the ice. Proper skating techniques are the primary focus of the levels. All elements are taught without a stick or puck. Skaters will learn the necessary fundamentals to be successful in game situations. Necessary equipment: Hockey Skates and Certified Hockey helmet. Helmets and limited sizes of hockey Skates are available for use during classes. Kids interested in hockey should take this class instead of Snowplow Sam. Sundays / 6 weeks Session 1: Dec. 3 - Jan. 21 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. (No class Dec. 24, 31)

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Session 2: Jan. 28 - Mar. 4

5:15 - 5:45 p.m.

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Session 3: Mar. 11 - Apr. 22 (No class Apr. 1)

5:15 - 5:45 p.m.

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Kettle Moraine Ice Center 2330 South Main St., West Bend (Hwy P) Across from Bob Fish $95/Res., $100/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per session) Not included in registration fee is one time USFSA $16 Learn to Skate Membership Fee Min. 4, Max. 10 Please be registered one week before program date

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YOUTH SPORTS

Afterschool Volleyball Youth (Grades 3- 5)

Instructor: Brian Rushmer

Girls Softball Pitching, Hitting & Catching Clinics Girls (Grades 4 - 8)

Instructors: Kurt Raguse & GHS Girls Softball Coaches

PITCHING CLINIC: This clinic will focus on proper pitching and catching techniques. Each girl interested in the clinic will need to provide her own catcher who will also have to attend all the pitching lessons. Instructors will work with each pitcher individually to help them improve their skills. What to bring: participants should bring their own glove and must provide their own catcher.

CATCHING CLINIC: Come get a crash course in catching mechanics!! From blocking to throwing come learn the basics of catching from one of the Germantown High school coaches. What to bring: You will need your own equipment as we have nothing that small. Whiffle and tennis balls will be used when possible, so you can get by without complete gear. Catchers mask preferred but a batting helmet with facemask will do.

HITTING CLINIC: This clinic will focus on proper hitting techniques. Each girl interested in the clinic will receive some one-on-one hitting instruction as well as focus on hitting technique and batter’s mentality. What to Bring: Each girl interested should provide her own bat, glove and helmet. Tuesdays / 3 weeks Pitching Clinic: Jan. 23 – Feb. 6 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. 311106-01 Catching Clinic: Jan. 23 – Feb. 6 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. 311106-02 Hitting Clinic: Feb. 20 – Mar. 6 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. 311106-03 Kennedy Middle School Blue Gym

Develop basic volleyball skills such as serving, receiving, passing and hitting while having fun! Games and contests will be incorporated to allow participants to practice skills and strategies in game situations. Program will be held directly afterschool and includes snack. Kids Klub staff will check in all participants and distribute snack until tennis program starts at approximately 4:00 p.m. What to bring/wear: Bring a water bottle and knee pads if you have them, wear tshirt/sweatshirt, shorts/sweatpants, and gym shoes. MacArthur School Gym Mondays Session 1: Jan. 8 - Feb. 12 Session 2: Mar. 5 - Apr. 16 (off Apr. 2) County Line School Gym Tuesdays Session 1: Jan. 9 - Feb. 13 Session 2: Mar. 6 - Apr. 17 (off Apr. 3) Amy Belle School Wednesdays Session 1: Jan. 10 - Feb. 14 Session 2: Mar. 7 - Apr. 18 (off Apr. 4) Rockfield School Thursdays, Jan. 11 - Feb. 15

3:45 - 4:45 p.m. 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.

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$30/Resident & School District Res., $35/Non-resident (per session) Min. 6, Max. 16 (per site) Please be registered one week before program date

Indoor Tennis Instruction Youth (Grades 2 - 8)

Instructor: Nathan Jobe Focus will be on serves, forehands, backhands, volleys and shot making. Tennis rules are not covered (but may be mentioned). Tennis volleyball, four square and other games will be played. Tennis balls provided; students must bring their own racquets. Saturdays / 9 weeks Jan. 20 - Mar. 17

9:00 - 10:00 a.m.

$23.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $28.25/Non-res. (per option)

Amy Belle School Gym (please use door #7, gym entrance in back of school)

Min. 6, Max. 12

$35.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $45.25/Non-res.

Please be registered one week before program start date

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POM PONS Mini Poms

Kindergartners (K5) Girls Instructors: Nealy Fraser & Lindsay Lauters, Germantown Rec Poms Staff Step in Time! Introduction to movement and basic skills will be taught. Students will discover how to develop rhythm and coordination. What to Bring: Poms, tennis shoes and smiles. through instructor at $10.00/set. Mondays / 9 weeks Jan. 8 - *Mar. 6 5:30 - 6:00 p.m. *Program will end on Tuesday, Mar. 6

Poms available

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Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria $21/Res. & School Dist. Res., $30/Non-res.

Pixie Dust/Pixies/ Spark/Power Poms

Min. 10, Max. 25 *Must be in K5 for 2017-2018 school year.

Instructors: Nealy Fraser & Lindsay Lauters, Germantown Rec Poms Staff

Please be registered by Monday, Dec. 11

To qualify to be in Dust/Pixie/Spark Poms participants must have been in one year of our regular Poms program, be recommended by the instructor, have the physical ability and skill completion, have the ability to follow directions, and must have had consistent attendance in the regular Poms program. The program maximum is 20 students. Openings are based on the availability of current students. Letters of invitation are extended at the end of fall and spring sessions. To qualify for Power Poms, participants must have been in the Dust/Pixie/Spark Poms program, must be entering 6th grade on up and must also try out for the team. For more information, visit gtownrecpoms.shutterfly.com. Dust/Pixies: Tuesdays Jan. 2 - Mar. 6 (off Feb. 27)

5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

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Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria

Pom Pons

$45/Res. & School Dist. Res., $63/Non-res. Spark: Tuesdays Jan. 2 - Mar. 6 (off Feb. 27)

6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

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Youth (Grades 1 - 6)

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A great opportunity for the young Pom Pon enthusiast to learn basic skills including kicks, floor patterns, arm positions, rhythm routines, turns and marking, all choreographed to the latest music. Several routines will be presented during the 9 week sessions. Students will participate in “Poms in G-Town.� For more information, visit germantownrecreationpoms.shutterfly.com.

Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria $50/Res. & School Dist. Res., $68/Non-res. Power Poms: Mondays Jan. 8 - Mar. 6* 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. *Program will end on Tues, Mar. 6 Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria $50/Res. & School Dist. Res., $68/Non-res. Please be registered by Monday, Dec. 11

Instructors: Nealy Fraser & Lindsay Lauters, Germantown Rec Poms Staff

What to Bring: *Poms, tennis shoes and smiles. *Poms available through instructor at $10.00/set. Mondays / 9 weeks Jan. 8 - *Mar. 6 *Program will end on Tuesday, Mar. 6 Grades 1 - 2: 6:00 - 6:55 p.m. Grades 3 - 6: 7:00 - 7:55 p.m.

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Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria $40/Res. & School Dist. Res., $58/Non-res. Enrollments vary by class - register early! Please be registered by Monday, Dec. 11

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KIDS KLUB Germantown Recreation Dept. Before and After School Program Germantown Kids Klub is a before and after school program which includes special events, games, snacks and educational programs. Each month will have a theme and key words, arts & crafts plus other fun activities will be planned. Extra field trips will be planned for an additional fee. To register, fill out the monthly calendar(s), which are available at the Recreation Department or register on-line at our web site www.gtownrec.com (user name and password required). REGISTRATIONS WILL BE TAKEN IMMEDIATELY FOR THIS PROGRAM. TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED, SEE BELOW. LOCATIONS:

MacArthur School Amy Belle School Rockfield School County Line School St. Boniface School* *St. Boniface School is not open for before school care.

BEFORE SCHOOL: 6:00 a.m. - Start of School $8.00 per day (A.M. Only) AFTER SCHOOL: BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL:

End of School - 6:00 p.m. $8.00 per day (P.M. Only)

Kids Klub Job/Volunteer Opportunities The Kids Klub Before and After School Program is looking for Leaders for the 2017 - 2018 School Year. Pay is from $8.25 to $10.00 and hours are from 5:45 to 8:45 a.m. and/or 3:15 to 6:00 p.m.. The program is held at Amy Belle, County Line, MacArthur, Rockfield, and St. Boniface. Leaders lead activities, crafts, snack time, help with homework, and help with whatever else is needed. We are also looking for volunteers. Call (262) 250-4710 for additional information, or pick up an application at the Rec. Dept. Office.

How Do I Register for Kids Klub Online? 1. Login in to your account on the main page. 2. Click the “Kids Klub Registration” link on the front page.

$11.50 per day (A.M. & P.M.)

FULL DAY (DAYS OFF SCHOOL) OR EARLY RELEASE DAYS Full Day: $21.75 full day, $16.75 any additional child Half Day: $16.75 half day, $11.75 additional child Register only for the days you need. SPECIAL NOTES: Monthly schedules and payments are due by the 21st of the preceding month (without both, your registration will not be processed). Add-on dates can be done at any point by calling the Rec. Dept. Office. Cancellations will be accepted 11 business days prior to the individual date (not including the date you are canceling) in order to receive a refund less a $5.00 service charge or full credit to a future program. Cancellations can only be made by contacting the Rec. Dept. Office at 250-4710. This is due to the amount of supplies and staff required to run these programs.

FLEXIBLE CANCELLATION POLICY Each child will receive 1 flexible cancellation per month. These days can be used to receive a household credit (not refund) even after our typical cancellation policy. Cancellations can only be made by contacting the Rec. Dept. Office at 250-4710 no later than 2 business days after your desired cancellation date (not via email or through staff at your site) and cannot be “banked” to be used in future months.

LATE REGISTRATION FEE Registrations submitted after the 21st of the preceding month will be automatically charged a $10 late fee. Registrations may be submitted to the Recreation Department Office, or your respective Kids Klub Site and will be date stamped upon submittal. Late fees will not be assessed to participants who are adding dates to a calendar that was submitted prior to the 21st of the preceding month. For all registrations submitted after the 21st, payment of the late fee must be included with your registration or it will not be processed and the participant will not be allowed to attend the program.

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3. At the top of the screen you have “Activity Search Criteria.” In this area select “TYPE” Day Care Programs, “SUBTYPE” Kids Klub AM and/or Kids Klub PM, “LOCATION” Your School. 4. Once you have your search criteria selected click the “search” button. 5. Click on the days that you are interested in registering for on the calendar. Days will show green with “+” sign until clicked, then will turn blue with “-” sign. Note: A white bar will appear at bottom of the screen showing days selected. 6. Click “add to cart” 7. A new screen will pop up with children that are in your household. Click on the children that you are registering. You may click on multiple names. 8. Click continue. 9. The payment screen will pop up at this point. Select box to “copy billing information” (it will ask you billing option for AM registrations and/or PM registrations for each child registering). “Pay in full” means pay now (you will enter payment info at checkout). “Daycare Monthly Credit Card” will auto debit selected card on the 21st of each month. Click box to “agree to waiver” & Click Continue. If you receive an availability conflict, disregard and select continue. 10. Your shopping cart will appear. If total fees are $0.00, you’ve selected a billing option. If fees show an amount, $8.00, you’ve selected pay in full. Review items in cart and click “proceed to checkout”. 11. If paying in full, enter payment information. If you’re having trouble after submitting payment, try entering credit card expiration date WITHOUT the zero in front of the single digit month. 12. You will receive an email receipt detailing what you’ve registered for. This is your confirmation that your registration is complete! If you do not receive a receipt, then call our office at (262) 250-4710 as a step was not completed and your child is not registered or we do not have your email address correct in our system.

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AFTER SCHOOL LEGOS Crazy Contraptions with LEGOS Youth (Grades 1 - 5)

Instructor: Computer Explorers Working with a partner or by yourself - it’s time to build some crazy contraptions using LEGO Technic pieces. We will build: Skittle Tops, the Never Look Back Machine, the 9 Foot Rubber Band Racer, the Coat Hanger Daredevil, Balloon Powered Rocket Cars and try to set a World Record by constructing the longest contraption using all of the pieces in the kit. All of these contraptions spin, stretch, speed or otherwise spring into action. Push your imagination to the limit and build awesome contraptions with super clear instructions and step-by-step diagrams. $38.25/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Min. 8, Max. 18

Even Crazier CrazyAction Contraptions with LEGOS Youth (Grades 1 - 5)

Instructor: Computer Explorers If you enjoyed Crazy Contraptions – 10 instructional build projects class – this is the newest class for you! Working with similar sets, projects will include: Beaker Blender 3000, Annoy-O-Matic, Squeezeclaw Grabber, No Donkey Donkey Cart, Art-a-maton, LEGO Launcher, Wall Rocket Racer, Supercharged Speedster, Battle Top Spinner, Zipline Runners and a few more projects! All of these contraptions spin, stretch, speed or otherwise springs into action! Let the FUN begin! $38.25/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Min. 8, Max. 18

Lego Cars, Catapults and Bridges Youth (Grades 1 - 5)

Instructor: Computer Explorers This class focuses on teaching the fundamentals of engineering using LEGO technic sets. Each session will build upon the student’s skill level as they learn about simple machines, levers, wheels/ axels, gears, ratchet/drive trains and motorized systems. Projects can include building: drawbridges, motorized cars, amusement park rides, cranes, catapults and much more!

365 Things to do with LEGOS Youth (Grades 1 - 5)

Instructor: Computer Explorers This is the ultimate LEGO Class! Working with the official “365 things to do with LEGOS” hardcover book, students will be able to pick and choose daily challenges. Think: Chopstick challenge, Top Spinners, Board game design, etc. We will also have instructional & free build available to ensure everyone is being challenged while having fun with their friends. $38.25/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Min. 8, Max. 18 Amy Belle School Tuesdays / 4 weeks 3:50 – 4:50 p.m., Library Crazy Action Contraptions with Legos Feb. 13 – Mar. 6 314110-01 Cars, Catapults and Bridges (off 4/17) Apr. 10 – May 8 314110-02 County Line School Wednesdays / 4 weeks Cars, Catapults and Bridges: Even Crazier Action Contraptions with Legos (off 4/18) MacArthur School Tuesdays / 4 weeks Cars, Catapults and Bridges Even Crazier Action Contraptions with Legos (off 4/17)

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Rockfield School Mondays / 4 weeks 3:50 – 4:50 p.m., Gym Crazy Contraptions with LEGOS Feb. 12 – Mar. 5 314111-01 Cars, Catapults and Bridges (off 4/16) Apr. 9 – May 7 314111-01 St. Boniface School Wednesdays / 4 weeks Cars, Catapults and Bridges 365 things with LEGOS (off 4/18)

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$38.25/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Min. 8, Max. 18

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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT After School Spanish

Mad Scientist Robot Invasion

Youth (Grades K5 - 5)

Youth (Ages 5 – 12)

Instructor: Futura Language Professionals Join the Germantown Park and Recreation Depar tment and Futura Language Professionals for an amazing opportunity to learn useful Spanish phrases, animal related vocabulary, and to gain invaluable Spanish language exposure that your student will use for years to come. ¡Vamos con los animales! This semester the class will “visit” a pet store, a family farm, the zoo, the ocean, and even the rainforest! This interactive Spanish class is both educational and exciting - Sure to inspire your child for a lifetime of language learning. ¡Vámonos! Amy Belle Elementary 3:45 - 4:45 p.m. 214711-01 Mondays, Feb. 5 - Apr. 9 (No class Mar. 19 & Apr. 2) Rockfield Elementary Tuesdays, Feb. 6 - Mar. 27

3:45 - 4:45 p.m.

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MacArthur Elementary Wednesdays, Feb. 7 - Mar. 28

3:45 - 4:45 p.m.

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County Line Elementary 3:45 - 4:45 p.m. 214711-04 Thursdays, Feb. 8 - Apr. 12 (No class Mar. 1 & Apr. 5) $115/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Min. 8, Max. 15 Please be registered one week before program date

Gtown Kids Choir Youth (Grades 4 & 5) Instructor: Devon Polzar The elementary choir program is open to students in 4th and 5th grade. The choir is a place for students to explore their voice in a safe and positive learning environment. This program will show students the power of their singing voice and will give students opportunities to further explore singing skills like singing on pitch and blending their voices together. This is also an opportunity for kids to work together to create a performance designed to showcase all of their hard work.

Instructor: Mad Science Staff Explore the basic and complex technology used to design and build robots. Discover how machines and robots work and how they make our lives easier. Learn about simple circuits, motor principles, and make your own robot hand to take home. Jr. Scientists will love playing with the many robots we bring along! Saturday, February 17 12 Noon - 4:00 p.m.

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Dept. of Public Works Building N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. $44/Res., $48/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 10, Max. 25 Please be registered by Friday, Feb. 9

Mad Science – Afterschool Classes MAD LAB Instructor: Mad Science Staff

Come have fun with this inquiry-based, hands-on afterschool program. Topics covered include: Bugs (get bug-eyed with the insect-a-vision kit), Kitchen Chemistry (cook up a chemical reaction), Movie Effects (create cool sound effects and make a cartoon creator flipbook), Science of Toys (learn what makes toys work and take a spin with kinetic tops), Earthworks (dig into earth science and discover fluorescing minerals and see how the sediment stacks with the experi-tube), and Detective Science (help crack a case by inspecting fingerprints, mystery powders, ink samples, teeth impressions and more). Thursdays / 6 weeks Mac Arthur School Library Feb. 1 – Mar. 15 (off 3/1) Min. 12, Max. 24

3:45 – 4:45 p.m.

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County Line School Library April 12 – May 17 Min. 12, Max. 18

3:45 – 4:45 p.m.

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$107/Res., School Dist. Res., Non-res. Please be registered one week before program date

Practices: Mondays & Thursdays Jan. 4 – May 17 8:00 – 8:30 a.m. 314204-01 (off Mar. 1, Apr. 2, 5) (program starts on a Thursday) Performance: Thursday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. Mac Arthur School Music Room $40/Res, School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Min. 20, Max. 50 Please be registered by Monday, Dec. 18

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FAMILY FUN / YOUTH DISCOVERY 2018 Snowman Building Contest

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The Germantown Park & Recreation Department is sponsoring a contest to find the best snowman builders in the Village. To enter, simply register! To win, build the snowman or snow creature in your own yard and take a picture with the builders standing beside it. Snowman/creature must be suitable for all viewing audiences. Prizes will be awarded. Turn in the photo to the Recreation Dept. office or submit it via email to parkrec@village.germantown.wi.us by Friday, Feb. 16, 2018.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Fun For All (this contest is open to all Germantown residents)

Snowman Snow Creature

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FREE - pre-registration required! One entrant per household, per category. Winners will be notified by Friday, Feb. 23, 2018.

Youth (Ages 7-12)

Step into the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) zone with these specially designed classes that encourage students to explore the ever-changing technology world. Survive Alive House N151 W18700 Edison Dr (next to Fire Station #2) Please be registered one week before program date

Coding - Video Game Design Design, create and edit your own arcade-style video game. Design the action, create the characters and edit the objectives and outcomes. You’ll receive information to download your own free copy of the software at the last session, so that you can keep designing at home. Think Donkey Kong, Pac Mac…your very own creation to challenge family and friends! Participants are welcome to bring a bag lunch and stay for Lego Mindstorm class that’s right after! Saturday, Feb. 24

10:00 a.m. – 12 Noon

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$24/Res. & School Dist. Res., $28/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 14

Lego Mindstorms – Elementary Robotics OFFICIAL RULES: •B  uild your snowman/creature prior to February 16, 2018. Up to three photos per category can be submitted. • If submitting photos via email please make sure to let us know which category you are entering along with your name and phone number. •E ntrants may use any accessories to add to your snowman/ creature. •B  y submitting an entry, contestants grant the Germantown Park & Recreation Department permission and authority to use said pictures in any reasonable advertising or promotional activities. •E  ntrants are encouraged to add their own creative touches that will make their snowman/creature unique. Judging will be based on originality and creativity. Please be registered one week before program date

Students will work together in small groups to design and build a robot which is programmed (via PC) to meet a variety of challenges and objectives. Lego Mindstorm kits will allow you to explore: programming the RCS, applying light sensors, touch sensors and working with wheeled and tracked robots. Objectives are selected to challenge the students at a rate that is appropriate for their skill levels. This class is for the student who likes to be challenged in a fun and friendly environment. Saturday, Feb. 24

12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

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$24/Res. & School Dist. Res., $28/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 14

Sneak Peek Sampler Day Be one of the first students to test out our newest equipment and STEM based Technology classes. Summer class selections will be based on the students feedback. We would LOVE to tell you more about the class, but we can’t…….it’s Sneak Peak Day! Saturday, Mar. 31

9:00 a.m. – 12 Noon

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$34/Res. & School Dist. Res., $38/Non-res. Min. 8, Max. 16

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YOUTH ENRICHMENT Kids Cuisine Youth (K5 - 6th grade) Instructor: Amy Heinen In this “by myself” class, each day a new cooking experience will be presented from good eats to yummy treats. Your chef will prepare and eat what they create, giving them a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment. We will also cover cooking terms, measuring, manners and kitchen safety while playing fun games and doing hands on activities. Please list any known food allergies on registration form. TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED, SEE PAGE 22. Wednesdays / 5 weeks Feb. 28 - Mar. 28 K5 - 2nd Grade 3rd - 6th Grade

5:15 - 6:15 p.m. 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

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$28/Res & School Dist. Res., $40/Non-Res. Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Dr. (next to Fire Station #2)

Beginning Guitar

Min. 8, Max. 12 Please be registered by Wednesday, Feb. 21

Youth & Adults (Ages *6 & up)

Instructor: Guy Fiorentini, instructor, producer and performing & recording musician (www.guyfi.com) Have you ever wanted to play guitar, or perhaps you’ve tried but your fingers just wouldn’t cooperate? This class is for those who are new to guitar (whether or not they’ve played another instrument) and is intended to provide a strong technical foundation. We’ll begin with a scale and simple melodies, and progress to strumming chords and songs that we’ll play in class. You don’t need to know how to read music. What to Bring: Just bring your guitar and pick, all other materials will be provided. Wednesdays / 6 weeks Option 1: Feb. 14 - Mar. 21 Option 2: Apr. 11 - May 16

6:00 - 6:45 p.m. 6:00 - 6:45 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center (Lower Level, Room 3) $62.25/Res., $67.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Min. 3, Max. 7 *Ages 6-9 with consent of instructor

Learn Magic with Glen Gerard!

Please be registered one week before program date

Youth, Adults & Teens (Grades 3 & up)

Instructor: Glen Gerard, Professional Magician Professional Magician Glen Gerard teaches stunning magic tricks that you can perform with items found around the home. Students will learn sleight of hand, misdirection and showmanship. Fool your friends and family with magic, and be a hit at any event! Glen Gerard has performed on cruise ships and in both Branson, MO and Las Vegas, NV.

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Saturday, Mar. 10

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

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Dept. of Public Works Building (Lower Level - Enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. $16.25/Res., $19.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 3, Max. 10

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Please be registered by Friday, Mar. 2

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TEEN ACTIVITIES Germantown Youth Futures Salvage Drive

Teen Volunteer Opportunities Teens (Ages 12 - 18)

Teens are being sought to assist in a variety of programs through the Germantown Park & Recreation Department or Germantown Youth Futures. Teens will assist with instruction, leadership, preparation and set up of programs as well as take down. They should be energetic and responsible. Teens must register to volunteer.

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Saturdays - County Line School Gym Jan. 20 - Feb. 24 9:30 - 11:45 a.m.

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KIDS CUISINE Help set up/clean up and help children with projects! Max. 2 Wednesdays - Survive Alive House Feb. 28 - Mar. 28 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. 314305-03 Feb. 28 - Mar. 28 6:15 - 7:45 p.m. 314305-04 Feb. 28 - Mar. 28 5:00 - 7:45 p.m. 314305-05

EASTER EGG HUNT

Saturday, Mar. 24 10:00 a.m. - 11:45 p.m. 476205-02 Germantown Sr. Center (if inclement weather, held at KMS)

SWEETHEART PARTY FOR TOTS Friday, Feb. 9 Survive Alive House

5:45 - 7:30 p.m.

ST. PATTY’S DAY PARTY FOR TOTS Friday, Mar. 16

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5:45 - 7:30 p.m.

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Thursdays - KMS Cafe Mar. 8 - Apr. 12 (off Apr. 5) 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Apr. 26 - May. 24 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

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GYMNASTICS (Ages 12 & 13)

FRIDAY FAMILY FLICKS Friday, Feb. 16 MacArthur

6:15 - 9:00 p.m.

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6:30 - 10:00 p.m. Rain Date: May 11

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Saturdays, Jan. 6 - Feb. 24 8:15 - 10:00 a.m. Rockfield School, Max. 3

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FAMILY GLOW WALK Friday, May 4 Kinderberg Park

HOOPSTERS

Got Scrap???? This Holiday Season help change the outlook for a local family. Germantown Youth Futures has teamed with Industrial Recyclers, to recycle your scrap metal to raise money and supply gifts and necessities for local families in need. Your donation will go a long way toward making the holiday season bright for others! Here’s How!! Start gathering any old scrap metal you have laying around. Everything from Aluminum Cans, old Christmas Lights to an Old Snow Blower! Bring it in to The Germantown Police Department (N112 W16877 Mequon Road), where a dumpster will be located in the Southeast Corner from Apr. 6 - 9, 2018 and Industrial Recyclers will match the amount of money donated that day!!

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES “TEENS for KIDS” Instructor Training Program Teens (14 - 18 years old) Need a job? Like to gain some GREAT work experience? Enjoy working with kids? IF YES ... we have the perfect program for you! Become a part of the Germantown Park & Recreation team of instructors or officials through the “Teens for Kids” Program! Training and seasonal job oppor tunities are provided for teens in the following areas:

YOUTH ENRICHMENT - LEADER Gymnastics Assistants: (Sept. - Nov.), (Apr. - May) & (June - July) Kids Klub Leaders (Must be at least a H.S. Junior): (Sept - June)

Registration in the program is easy: 1)  Complete a JOB APPLICATION which can be obtained from the Recreation Department or online at www.village.germantown.wi.us 2) Be sure to indicate desired position. 3) QUALIFICATIONS: Mature, responsible and enthusiastic! An effort will be made to employ as many program applicants as possible. Employment will be contingent upon availability and completion of required training and or attendance at introductory meeting. The “Teens for Kids” program has been created in an effort to foster greater “home grown” interest in working with community recreation programs.

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TEEN TRIPS Kalahari Indoor Water Park Field Trip Teens (Grades 6th - 12th)

Co-Sponsored by Germantown Youth Futures Come with us to the Kalahari Indoor Water Park (America’s largest indoor water park) in Wisconsin Dells. The water park features 16 water slides (including 4 four-story tall slides), tidal wave pool, and much more. Youth Futures will provide the bus and a lunch consisting of pizza and soda (included in the fee). Don’t miss out on the fun!

Wizard Quest Youth (Grades 6 – 12)

Bring your friends and see if you can you free the Wizard! The Germantown Rec Department is headed to the Wisconsin Dells to take part in Wizard Quest, an interactive tablet game played in a live setting. After choosing your quest you and your team must answer riddles and questions to free or freeze the wizard you have chosen. After the quest is over we will head to Moosejaw Pizza for lunch before heading back to Germantown. Spaces are limited so sign up today to reserve your spot on this adventure! Friday, March 2

7:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

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Bus will depart from the Germantown Village Hall at 7:45 a.m. Return to Germantown Village Hall at 2:30 p.m. $35/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. (cost includes lunch, pizza and soda) Min. 30, Max. 40 Chaperones are Needed! Must be 18 yrs old) Max. 4, Chaperone Fee: $25

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Please be registered by Friday, Feb. 23

Friday, Jan. 12 (Remember there is no school on Friday) Depart: From Village Hall at 7:30 a.m. (promptly) Return: To Village Hall at approximately 6:00 p.m. $38/person (cost includes lunch pizza, and soda)

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Min. 50, Max. 85 students, 6 chaperones If weather is questionable, call 250-4711 for cancellation information. Refunds will not be given if you register and are not able to go. If the trip is canceled, a full refund will be given. What to Bring: Swimsuit, towel, waterproof watch, sandals, money for a locker, and a bag with your name on it to put your belongings in. There is also a place to purchase food, drinks, and play video games at an additional cost.

Youth (Ingoing grades 6 - 12) & Adults Maybe you’ve attended a Lock-in, rode a roller coaster with us at Great America or went down a water slide at the Kalahari. Our group plans FUN activities for youth (grades 6 - 12) as an alternative to drugs, alcohol and smoking. We also try to prevent youth violence, help our youth make informed decisions and volunteer our time to fund raise money. If you want to become more involved fill out a registration form and return it to the Rec. Dept. We are looking for responsible youth and adults to volunteer their time to help organize activities! Meetings are usually held once a month on Wednesday evenings during the school year.

Teen Lock-in (Grades 5-8) The annual Youth Futures Lock-in at Kennedy Middle School will be on April 27th. Numerous activities will be planned from 6-11 p.m. Watch for further details in flyers coming to schools in early April!

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**Participants can also choose to go to the indoor theme park for an additional $11.00 (includes unlimited ride wristband; no bowling, golf simulator, or arcade/redemption games). Include extra $11.00 when registering if interested. Please be registered by Friday, Jan. 12

Get up-to-date information on Germantown Park and Recreation Department’s Facebook page.

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SAFETY FIRST Babysitters Training Youth (Ages 11 - 15)

The American Red Cross’ Babysitters Training class is designed for today’s 11-15 year olds. Featuring an exciting activity-based format, the class addresses safety issues, preventing injuries, basic childcare, first aid, decision-making skills, age-appropriate behavior and play. Students must attend the whole one-day class (until 2:00 p.m.) to become certified. Participants should bring a bag lunch or snack to class. Please list any food allergies on registration form. Saturdays Session 1: Feb. 3 Session 2: Mar. 3 Session 3: Apr. 21

8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

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Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Dr. (next to station #2)

Adults (Ages 55+)

Instructor: MK Protection Strategies As seen on FOX 6 News, this workshop is tailored to senior citizens, and will provide you with the information and skills to learn to defend yourself quickly. We will provide you with information on awareness and avoidance skills, pre-contact cues and physical selfdefense strategies. Using SAFE simulated attack scenarios, with an instructor wearing protective gear, you will feel more empowered to protect yourself. Tuesday, Jan. 16

Min. 7, Max. 14 Must be registered one week before program date

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Min. 5, Max. 10 Please be Registered by Tuesday, Jan. 9

Home Safety Strategies Instructor: MK Protection Strategies

Firefighters Are Your Friends Parents & children Ages 3 - Kindergarten

Instructor: Member of the Germantown Fire Dept. Come spend some time with your friendly firefighters! See their clothes, what they drive and even what they eat!

Are you prepared to protect your family from a possible home invasion? Learn valuable information to help you protect yourself and your family. We will share ways to make your home less desirable to burglars, how to make your entry points more secure, ways to prepare a safe room, and more Tuesday, Jan. 30

6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Men. Falls Community Center, Room 123 $15/Res., $18/Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

$52.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $62.25/Non-res. (per session)

Thursdays Option 1: Feb. 15 Option 2: Mar. 15

Senior Citizen Reality Based Self Defense Workshop

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Germantown Fire Station #2 N115 W18752 Edison Dr. (next to Survive Alive House)

6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

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Men. Falls Community Center, Room 106 $20/Res., $25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 5, Max. 10 Please be Registered by Tuesday, Jan. 23

Min 3, Max. 12 $6.25/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Must be registered one week before program date

Youth Ages 8-12

Basic First Aid For Kids

Instructor: Laura Gruber

Youth (Ages 8 - 13)

Instructor: Member of the Germantown Fire Dept. Learn the “basics” of what to do in case of an emergency. From bandaging, to burn care and calling 911, it’s fun for all kids! Parents are encouraged to stay. Mondays Option 1: Feb. 5 Option 2: Mar. 5

6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Stay Home Alone

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Germantown Fire Station #2 N115 W18752 Edison Dr. (next to Survive Alive House)

Feel more at ease leaving your child home alone. This course will go over first aid, fire safety, family emergencies, internet safety, and other basic guidelines to follow when left home alone. Tuesdays / 4 weeks Apr. 10 – May 1

6:00 – 7:00 p.m.

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Dept. of Public Works Building (Lower level – Enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. $20/Res. & School Dist. Res., $24/Non. Res. Min. 3, Max. 8 Please be registered by Tuesday, Apr. 3

Min 3, Max. 12 $6.25/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Must be registered one week before program date

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DEFENSE / SAFETY AWARENESS Introduction to Tae Kwon Do

EZ Defense for Women

Beginner Level Course Kids (ages 4-11)/Families (ages 4 and up)

Women (Ages 16+)

Instructor: Sensei Stan

Head Instructor Master Duke Lee & Instructor Assistants This beginners’ class allows you to come up to three times a week for three weeks. For children, our emphasis is on character development and physical fitness. With adults, our goal is to deliver all of the benefits of martial arts, including improved muscle tone, increased cardiovascular fitness, lower stress levels, increased energy, and greater flexibility. For everyone, as soon as you become a martial arts student, you join a community that works together toward improved physical strength and stamina, better focus and concentration, greater self-discipline, competency in selfdefense and, most importantly, increased self-confidence. Our flexible times allow this to fit into your busy schedule. Come up to 3 times a week for three weeks. Kids: Winter: Dec. 4 – Dec. 22 293203-04 Session 1: Jan. 8 – Jan. 27 393203-01 Session 2: Feb. 5 – Feb. 24 393203-02 Session 3: Mar. 5 – Mar. 24 393203-03 Session 4: Apr. 2 – Apr. 21 393203-04 Session 5: May 7 – May 26 393203-05

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What to Wear: A J.K. Lee T-shirt will be provided. Please wear comfortable, long workout pants to class. At the end of the session you will graduate to white belt! Please only sign up for one session.. J.K.Lee Germantown, W164 N11269 Squire Drive

Wednesday, Feb. 28

6:45 - 8:30 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center, Room 106 W152 N8645 Margaret Rd. $25/Res., $30/Non-Res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 5, Max. 10 *16-17 yr. olds must be accompanied by an adult Please be registered by Wednesday, Feb. 21

Don’t Be Bullied Youth (Ages 6 - 15)

Instructor: Sensei Stan This one day class will boost your child’s self-confidence as they learn several defensive skills, Karate techniques, and strategies to help keep them safe from bullies. Wednesday, Feb. 28

5:45 - 6:30 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center, Room 106 W152 N8645 Margaret Rd $12/Res., $14/School Dist. Res. & Non-Res Min. 5, Max. 15 Please be registered by Wednesday, Feb. 21

Safety Awareness Training

Kids: $20/ Res, Non-res. & School Dist. Res Families: $45/Res, Non-res., & School Dist. Res

Women (Ages *16+)

No Maximum

Instructor: Master Duke Lee, Cheryl Boehle and Assistant Instructors

Who

Mon

Tues

Wed

Kids

5:00-5:45 p.m. 6:00-7:00 p.m.

12:00-1:00 p.m. 4:15-5:00 p.m. 7:00-8:00 p.m.

5:00-5:45 p.m. 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Families

6:00-7:00 p.m.

12:00-1:00 p.m. 7:00-8:00 p.m.

6:00-7:00 p.m.

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Thurs

Fri

Sat

Kids

12:00-1:00 p.m. 4:15-5:00 p.m. 7:00-8:00 p.m.

5:00-5:45 p.m. 6:00-7:00 p.m.

9:00-10:00 a.m. 10:00-11:00 a.m.

12:00-1:00 p.m. 7:00-8:00 p.m.

6:00-7:00 p.m.

10:00-11:00 a.m.

Families

Turn FEAR into POWER! You will learn how to assess danger, become assertive, set clear verbal boundaries, and prevent physical attack. Also, ladies will learn several defensive techniques that are easy to memorize and extremely effective in a real life situation.

Be aware! Be prepared! Learn how NOT to become a target. Learn how to prevent situations before they happen. In a store, walking to your car, in a restaurant, at work, at a social event, going away to college: all present possibilities for conflict. Learn simple techniques on how to be safe no matter where you are. It’s easy once you know how! Training is based upon the nationally recognized leader Dave Young and his curriculum with Vistelar, addressing the entire spectrum of human conflict. What to wear? Come in casual clothes. Sundays / 3 weeks Feb. 11 – Feb. 25

3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

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J.K. Lee Germantown, W164 N11269 Squire Drive $30/Res., $35/Non-Res & School Dist. Res. Min. 5, Max. 50 *16 and 17 year olds must come with a paying adult. Please be registered by Friday, Feb. 2

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FITNESS CRAZE Zumba

Adults & Teens (Ages 13 +) Instructor: Barbara Schumacher, licensed Zumba instructor and ZIN (Zumba Instructors Network) Member Zumba is an aerobic fitness program featuring movements inspired by various styles of Latin American dance and performed primarily to Latin American dance music. Some choreography incorporates cumbia, salsa, merengue, mambo, flamenco, chachacha, reggaeton, soca, samba, hip hop music, axé music and tango. Zumba classes are “fitness-parties “ that blend upbeat world rhythms with easy-to-follow choreography, for a total-body workout that feels like a celebration. All fitness levels welcome, no dance background necessary. What to bring/wear: Please wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes and bring a water bottle.

Beginner Pilates Mat Adults (Ages 18+)

So, what are you waiting for? Come join the party! If questions, contact instructor at 262-391-3931 or visit her website at www.bederichramos.zumba.com

Instructor: Renee Mrzyglod, The Contrology Center Pilates Studio Learn the fundamentals and proper technique of Classic Pilates mat. By developing proper technique, you can actually re-train your body to move in safer, more efficient patterns of motion - invaluable for injury recovery, sports performance, good posture and optimal health. Mat and props provided. Please wear comfortable clothing and wear socks to class. No Pilates experience needed!

Mondays / 6 weeks Session 1: Jan. 8 - Feb. 12 Session 2: Mar. 5 - Apr. 2

7:00 - 7:45 p.m. 7:00 - 7:45 p.m.

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$35/Res. & School Dist. Res., $40/Non-res. (approx. $5/class) (per session) Germantown Senior Center Min. 10, Max. 20 Please be registered one week before program date

Mondays / 5 weeks Option 1: Jan. 8 - Feb. 5

5:30 - 6:20 p.m.

Thursdays / 5 weeks Option 2: Jan. 11 - Feb. 8

10:00 - 10:50 a.m. 343122-02

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Body Basics

The Contrology Center, N112W16700 Mequon Road (in the Village Plaza)

Adults (Ages 18+)

$49/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res.

Work towards personal fitness goals at your own pace in a supportive group environment. You will learn basic exercises using resistance tubing, free weights, barbells, body bars and stability balls. Safe techniques are used while participating in exercises that will increase the muscle and bone strength needed to increase fat burring ability and decrease the risk of osteoporosis.

Instructor: Anita Kress Marx

Min. 2 Max. 5 Please be registered by Monday, Jan. 1

Relax, Renew, Rejuvenate

Tuesdays & Thursdays

Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: Kate Hunt-Matthes Have you heard that over 80% of doctors’ office visits are stress related? Learn ways to neutralize the negative effects of anxiety and stress through breathing techniques, imagery and mindfulness practices, and relaxation exercises. Please bring a pillow and blanket to class. Tuesdays / 4 weeks Apr. 17 - May 8

6:00 - 7:15 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center, room 109 $58/Resident, $69/Non-resident & School Dist. Res.

Session 1: Jan. 9 – Mar. 8 (off 1/30, 2/1) 7:15 – 8:05 p.m. $54/Res., $65/Non-Res. & School Dist. Res.

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Session 2: Mar. 20 – May 24 (off 4/3, 4/5) 7:15 – 8:05 p.m. $61/Res., $73/Non-Res. & School Dist. Res.

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Men. Falls Community Center, Room LL4 W152 N8645 Margaret Rd. Min. 3, Max. 5 Please be registered one week before program date

Min. 3, Max. 6 Please be registered by Tuesday, Apr. 10

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ADULT SPORTS Men’s “Over 30” Open Basketball Men (Ages 30+) (Residents and School Dist. Res. only)

Tuesdays Sept. 12, 2017 - May 15, 2018 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. (Nov. - Mar.) (off Dec. 26, Apr. 3) 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. (Mar. - May) Kennedy Middle School Gold Gym Use lobby door entrance off of Crusader Ct. Walk-in Fee: $2.00/night Res. & School Dist. Res. (per visit) Contact the Hotline at (262) 250-4711 weekly for program availability.

Open Volleyball Adults Co-Rec (Ages 18+)

Bump, volley and serve…just get it over the net! Come join the fun and play a few friendly games of volleyball! Have twice the fun, bring a friend! Thursdays Oct. 5, 2017 - Mar. 29, 2018 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. (off Nov. 2, 16, 23, Dec. 28, Jan. 4, Mar. 1, 8) Kennedy Middle School Blue Gym Use lobby door entrance off of Crusader Ct.

Accepting Applications

Walk-in Fee: $  2.00/night Res. & School Dist. Res. (per visit) $3.00/night Non-res. Contact the Hotline at (262) 250-4711 weekly for program availability.

The Germantown Fire Department is in need of Paid, On-Call Firefighters and EMTs. If you are interested in helping your neighbors and saving a life, call (262) 250-4701. No experience necessary.

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time. Join Now! For information about the Germantown club or membership opportunities, call (262) 424-4457.

Proud Partner of Germantown Park & Recreation

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FITNESS Restore Your Core

Middle Eastern Dance

Instructor: Preferred Fitness Staff

Instructor: Kelley Kling

Gain the benefits of stretching, core strengthening, overall body toning and awareness. Combining the benefits of yoga and Pilates to enhance strength, posture, flexibility, and balance for an overall sense of well being. Modifications are provided so any level can participate and develop lean muscle and core strength. This full body workout will transform your body awareness and leave you feeling stronger and confident.

BEGINNERS: Shimmy your way to fitness and health. This class will teach the basics of Belly Dancing while increasing strength, flexibility and improving posture. Have fun, be fabulous, be you! Great for any age, size or fitness level - no prior dance experience necessary.

Adults (Ages 18+)

Wednesdays / 8 weeks Session 1: Jan. 10 - Feb. 28 Session 2: Mar. 21 - May 9

Adults & Teens (Ages 16+)

LEVEL 2: For students who have completed at least two sessions of Beginning Belly Dance. Offered by popular demand, this class will take Beginning Belly Dance students to the next level. Building on the techniques and movements learned in Beginning Belly Dance. This class will introduce and focus on traveling, transitions, layering, choreography and improvisational skills. Middle Eastern rhythms and cultural aspects of the dance will be covered, as well as instruction in Zill (Finger Cymbal) playing. The instructor will provide students with Zills (required) for a one-time equipment fee of $17.00 (pay at first class).

5:30 - 6:30 p.m. 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

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Preferred Fitness (located in the Sendik’s Plaza) N112 W15800 Mequon Rd. $48/Res., School Dist. Res. & non-res. (per session) Min. 3, Max. 8 Please be registered one week before program date

Wednesdays / 6 weeks Beginners: 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. Level 2: 6:45 - 7:45 p.m. Beginners Level 2 Session 1: Jan. 24 - Feb. 28 342201-01 342201-02 Session 2: Mar. 14 - Apr. 18 342201-03 342201-04 Session 3: May 2 - June 6 342201-05 342201-06 Dept. of Public Works Building (Lower level - Enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. Beginners: $33.25/Res., $48.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per session) Level 2: $38.25/Res., $55.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per session) Min. 3, Max. 10 Please be registered one week before program date

TRX Suspension Training Instructor: Matt Stater

A form of functional training that uses straps and your bodyweight to facilitate a total-body workout. Rather than going back to the same old machines and free weights at the gym, suspension training lets you hit every muscle group with a different range of motion, work multiple muscles and joints simultaneously, add variety to revitalize your workouts and avoid those dreaded training plateaus. A well-rounded workout that not only develops strength, but also power, endurance, mobility, balance and core stability. Developed by a former Navy SEAL. Everyone from exercise beginners to competitive athletes will benefit. Mondays or Wednesdays / 4 Weeks Mondays: Session 1: Jan. 8 – Jan. 29 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 333103-35 Session 2: Feb. 5 – Feb. 26 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 333103-36 Session 3: Mar. 5 – Mar. 26 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 333103-37 Session 4: Apr. 2 – Apr. 23 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 333103-38 Wednesdays: Session 1: Jan. 3 – Jan. 24 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 333103-39 Session 2: Feb. 7 – Feb. 28 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 333103-40 Session 3: Mar. 7 – Mar. 28 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 333103-41 Session 4: Apr. 4 – Apr. 25 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 333103-42 Surge Martial Arts, W188 N11927 Maple Rd. Germantown (located at the corner of Friestadt & Maple Rd in the Alpine Business Center) $36/Res, School District Res, Non Res. (per session) Min. 5, Max. 15 Please be registered one week before program date

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FITNESS Surge Martial Arts Classes

Yoga

Every journey begins with a single step. Take the first step this fall and enjoy fitness for your mind, body and spirit. Classes are designed for all fitness levels and are great for beginners.

Adults and Youth (Ages 13+) Instructor: Sheri Sanabria Achieve a leaner more flexible body and a more relaxed mind. This class will focus on exercises that improve strength, flexibility, and balance, with an emphasis on core strength. Enjoy a short relaxation period at the end of class to reduce stress. Please bring a Yoga mat. No experience needed. Free trial class (no registration needed): Monday, Jan. 15 7:45 - 8:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Mondays / 4 weeks Session 1: Jan. 22 – Feb. 12 Session 2: Feb. 5 – Feb. 26 Session 3: Mar. 5 – Mar. 26 Session 4: Apr. 2 – Apr. 23

7:45 – 8:45 p.m. 7:45 – 8:45 p.m. 7:45 – 8:45 p.m. 7:45 – 8:45 p.m.

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P.U.L.S.E. (Produce Upper and Lower Strength and Elasticity)

Wednesdays / 6 weeks Session 1: Jan. 24 – Feb. 14 Session 2: Feb. 7 – Feb. 28 Session 3: Mar. 7 – Mar. 28 Session 4: Apr. 4 – Apr. 25

8:00 – 9:00 a.m. 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. 8:00 – 9:00 a.m.

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Instructor: Ron Trabeau

Surge Martial Arts, W188 N11927 Maple Rd. Germantown (at the corner of Friestadt & Maple Rd in the Alpine Business Center)

Adults (Ages 18+)

PULSE focuses on building core and functional strength while improving flexibility. This exciting class utilizes a variety of calisthenics, body weight exercises, kickboxing drills, dynamic stretching and Yoga techniques. This class is based on interval training to help improve cardiovascular health while increasing endurance, balance, strength, and overall body awareness. At the end of your Pulse experience you will feel relaxed and rejuvenated! Join us to help ignite, excite and explore your potential. No experience necessary. Please bring a yoga mat. Tuesdays or Saturdays / 4 weeks Option 1: Tuesdays Session 1: Jan. 2 – Jan. 23 Session 2: Jan. 16 – Feb. 6 Session 3: Feb. 6 – Feb. 27 Session 4: Feb. 20 – Mar. 13 Session 5: Mar. 6 – Mar. 27 Session 6: Mar. 20 – Apr 10 Session 7: Apr. 3 – Apr. 24 Session 8: Apr. 17 – May 8

6:45 - 7:30 p.m. 6:45 - 7:30 p.m. 6:45 - 7:30 p.m. 6:45 - 7:30 p.m. 6:45 - 7:30 p.m. 6:45 - 7:30 p.m. 6:45 - 7:30 p.m. 6:45 - 7:30 p.m.

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Option 2: Saturdays Session 1: Jan. 6 – Jan. 27 Session 2: Jan. 20 – Feb. 10 Session 3: Feb. 3 – Feb. 24 Session 4: Feb. 17 – Mar. 10 Session 5: Mar. 3 – Mar. 24 Session 6: Mar. 17 – Apr. 7 Session 7: Apr. 7- Apr. 28 Session 8: Apr. 21 – May 12

8:30 - 9:15 a.m. 8:30 - 9:15 a.m. 8:30 - 9:15 a.m. 8:30 - 9:15 a.m. 8:30 - 9:15 a.m. 8:30 - 9:15 a.m. 8:30 - 9:15 a.m. 8:30 - 9:15 a.m.

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Surge Martial Arts, W188 N11927 Maple Rd. Germantown (at the corner of Friestadt & Maple Rd in the Alpine Business Center) $36/Res., School Dist. Res., Non-res. (per session) Min. 5, Max. 15 Please register one week before program start date

$36/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. (per session) Min. 5, Max. 15 (per session) Please be registered one week before program date

BOXENFIT Cardio Kickboxing (Ages 13+ except where noted) Instructor: John Faust Learn proper technique and build confidence to participate in this fun & effective form of fitness. From proper stance to throwing punches and kicks, this empowering class will teach boxing and kick-boxing basics. Students of all ages and ability levels can expect to build strength, balance, and endurance to further enhance their experience in Cardio Kick-boxing fitness. Come join us for an educational session in a fun and energetic atmosphere to ignite, excite, and explore your potential. Mondays or Wednesdays/ 6 weeks Option 1: Mondays Session 1: Jan. 8 – Feb. 12 Session 2: Jan. 29 – Mar. 5 Session 3: Feb. 12 – Mar. 19 Session 4: Mar. 5 – Apr. 9 Session 5: Mar. 26 – Apr. 30

5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 6:15 – 7:00 p.m. 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 6:15 – 7:00 p.m. 5:30 – 6:15 p.m.

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Option 2: Wednesdays Session 1: Jan. 10 – Feb. 14 Session 2: Jan. 31 – Mar. 7 Session 3: Feb. 14 – Mar. 21 Session 4: Mar. 7 – Apr. 11 Session 5: Mar. 28 – May 2

5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 6:15 – 7:00 p.m. 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. 6:15 – 7:00 p.m. 5:30 – 6:15 p.m.

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Surge Martial Arts, W188 N11927 Maple Rd. Germantown (located at the corner of Friestadt & Maple Rd in the Alpine Business Center) $42/Res, School District Res, Non Res. (per session) Min. 5, Max. 15 Please register one week before program date

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HEALTH & WELLNESS NEWTRITION 2018 “BACK-ON-TRACK” SERIES!

Is Your Memory Slipping a bit?

Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: Karen Krchma, New-Newtrition LLC, Registered Dietitian (RDN CD) To inspire you in 2018, New-Newtrition is offering a series of informative presentations on current health topics. We are including a cooking demo with samplings of great “Back-On-track” recipes. This info will benefit all age groups! Anyone who eats is invited to join us for the latest health information, cooking tips, handouts, and recipes to take home! This is an awesome opportunity to make a real difference in your health this year! Each class will feature a special guest food demonstrator!

One Way to Weight Loss

Recommitted to weight loss this year? Let’s go over all the hype, get down to what truly works, and devise a program just for you using the latest, research based strategies. Taste some amazing “diet” dishes. These items will impress. Get handouts and recipes! Tuesday, Jan. 23

6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

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$25/Res., $30/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Survive Alive House (N115 W18700 Edison Dr), next to Station #2 Min. 6, Max. 10 Please be registered by Tuesday, Jan. 16

Heart health is still the most critical health issue for Americans. A tremendous amount of new information is available to avoid heart problems. The cooking demo will provide ideas and samples. Handouts and recipes are included! 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Wednesday, May 16

6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

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$25/Res., $30/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Survive Alive House (N115 W18700 Edison Dr), next to Station #2 Min. 6, Max. 10 Please be registered by Wednesday, May 9

HEALTH & WELLNESS EVENTS Adults (Ages 18+)

Co-sponsored by Chiropractic Company & Germantown Recreation Department

Daily Health, Nutrition and Vitality Starts Today! Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: Dr. Brenda Holland, Chiropractic Company

Don’t Break Your Heart

Thursday, Feb. 15

Help for your Brain is on the Way! Current data indicates there are many ways to support brain tissue, from exercise to neuron building food. We will sift thru the research and find what will help you the most. Never too late to get started, stop decline, and rebuild the brain! Nutritious and delicious food samples, recipes, and handouts provided!

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$25/Res., $30/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Survive Alive House (N115 W18700 Edison Dr), next to Station #2

Everyday people ask how they can become healthy, live better and do more! There is not a magic potion, lotion or pill; its habits. In this workshop we will discuss steps you can use in your daily life to help you win the battle and start being healthy today. Tuesday, Feb. 6 6:15 - 7:15 p.m. Germantown Community Library FREE - Pre-registration required! Min. 5, Max. 15

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Please be registered by Tuesday, Jan. 30

Min. 6, Max. 10 Please be registered by Thursday, Feb. 8

Try Something New for 30 Days

Your Gut - The Route to Less Inflammation and Pain! The latest news…many health problems originate in the gut! Let’s get to the cause and offer ideas to ease the pain! Sample and taste great anti-inflammatory food choices! Handouts and recipes included! Thursday, Mar. 22

6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

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$25/Res., $30/Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: Dr. Brenda Holland, Chiropractic Company Are you read to be healthy this spring? This information packed class discusses how you too can be successful at starting your wellness journey one step at a time. We will review stretches, healthy meals, and posture tips to help you and your family achieve your desired wellness goals.

Survive Alive House (N115 W18700 Edison Dr), next to Station #2

Tuesday, March 6

Min. 6, Max. 10

Germantown Community Library

Please be registered by Thursday, Mar. 15

6:15 – 7:15 p.m.

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FREE – Pre-registration required! Min. 5, Max. 15 Please be registered by Tuesday, Feb. 27

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ENRICHMENT Beginning Lace Making: Shuttle Tatting Adults & Youth (*Ages 12+) Instructor: Hannah Heinritz Learn the basics of vintage lace-making using the techniques of shuttle tatting. As you learn the foundations, the fun world of lacemaking will be opened up to you as you learn to create your own lace flowers and butterflies. The supplies will be provided for you to use and take home.

Scrapbooking Crops Adults (Ages 18+)

Monday, Feb. 5

Instructors: Amy Heinen & Missy Schmidt Do you need some time to work on your scrapbooks, papercrafts, or card making projects? Then come and crop till you drop! You’ll get to spend the day with your friends, meet some new friends, and get lots of new ideas! Included in your fee is ample table space, lunch and bottle of water and free make and take project. We will have card making and scrapbook page contests with prizes! You can also bring some of your old scrapbook supplies to sell to other crafters. Please have everything priced. We ask that everyone brings a dish to pass or snack to share. Option 1: Saturday, Jan. 6 Option 2: Saturday, Mar. 3

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center, room 106 $23/Res., $26/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 2, Max. 4 *Ages 16 and under requires a paid adult Please register by Monday, Jan. 29

10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. 334312-01 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. 334312-02

Germantown Senior Center W162 N11960 Park Ave. $25.50/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 10, Max. 25 Please be registered one week before program date

Fabulous February Mega Crop Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructors: Amy Heinen & Missy Schmidt Three days of scrapbooking fun! Friday night includes a make and take and 7 hours of cropping. Saturday includes 15 hours of cropping, a make and take, page contests and dinner (please bring a dish to pass). Sunday is no frills cropping time (no meals provided). Participants will also receive a thank you gift for coming. Come for one day or the whole weekend! Participants attending multiple days can leave all their supplies and their table as is and pick up right where they left off when they return the next day!

Money Saving Travel Tips Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: Heather Dorsey, travel aficionado, freelance writer & content coordinator for Germantown Neighbors and Richfield Neighbors for Best Verison Media. Would you like to stay in a treehouse in Costa Rica? Do you know how to get lodging in Madison for a sold-out Badger game? Would you care to travel in style, in a sedan with leather seats, for less than the price of a taxi? We’ll discuss helpful websites, handy apps, and creative solutions that will save you money and help you discover amazing travel experiences you may have otherwise overlooked!

Friday, Feb. 9 5:00 p.m. - 12 Midnight $15.50/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res.

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Saturday, Feb. 10 9:00 a.m. - 12 Midnight $25.50/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res.

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Sunday, Feb. 11 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. $15.50/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res.

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Tuesday, Feb. 20

Friday & Saturday $36/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res.

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Survive Alive House Computer Lab N115 W18700 Edison Dr. (next to fire station #2)

Friday - Sunday $50.50/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res.

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6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

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$15/Res. & School Dist. Res., $17/Non-res.

Germantown Senior Center, W162 N11960 Park Ave.

Min. 5, Max. 7 Please be registered by Tuesday, Feb. 13

Min. 10, Max. 25 Please be registered by Wednesday, Jan. 24

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ENRICHMENT The Camera in Your Smartphone Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: C.T. Kruger It’s a camera, it’s a photo album, it’s a television – it’s your phone! Learn about the apps, tips, tricks and limitations of iPhone and Android smartphones and tablets for pictures and video. This class will cover your smartphone or tablet’s camera, home and Cloud storage options, email and messaging. Monday, Feb. 12

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

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Men. Falls Community Center, Room 102A $16/Res. & School Dist., $19/Non-Res. Min. 2 Max. 5 Please be registered by Monday, Feb. 5

Advanced Digital Photography Adults, Ages 18+

Instructor: C.T. Krueger Bring your camera and its instruction manual to this two-hour, hands-on workshop designed to get you “out of automatic” for situations like Sports, Portraits, Low Light, and more. This class is ideal for people who have interchangeable lens (DSLR) cameras, or have an advanced digital camera with Program, Shutter / Aperture Priority, and Manual exposure modes. Monday, Feb. 19

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

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iPad/iPhone Tips, Tricks & Techniques Ages 18+

Instructor: C.T. Kruger This class is specific to Apple iPhone, iPad and iPad Mini devices. Learn tips, tricks and techniques to navigate, organize, backup and add useful apps to your iPhone, iPad or iPad mini device. Monday, Feb. 5

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Menomonee Falls Community Center, Rm 106 W152 N8645 Margaret Rd.

$16/Res. & School Dist., $19/Non-res.

$19/Res., $23/Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

Min. 2, Max. 5

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Men. Falls Community Center, Room 102A

Min. 2, Max. 5

Please be registered by Monday, Jan. 29

Please be registered by Monday, Feb. 12

Therapy Dog Screenings Share the joy your pet gives, with others. Is there a therapy dog lurking in your Fido? Find out if your dog or cat has potential for therapy work quickly and easily. Laura Hey, founder of Health Heelers therapy dog service, will be providing screenings to assess your dog or cat’s potential to be a therapy pet. Individual screenings take about 45 minutes. Contact Laura to answer a few quick questions about your pet’s personality, then register to reserve your screening time! To contact Laura prior to registering please call (262) 442-9633, email info@HealthHeelers.com or visit their website at www.HealthHeelers.com. Dogs should know basic commands. Monday, Feb. 12 Friday, Apr. 6

3:00 - 7:00* p.m. 2:00 - 6:00* p.m.

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Kinderberg Park Multi-Purpose Rm $5/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Max: 5 *Individual 45 minute appointments will be scheduled by phone prior to the program date. Additional paperwork is required and will be sent out at the time of registration. Please register at least one week before program date

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Facility Reservations for Summer 2018 (May 1st - Oct. 1st)

Starts Monday, Feb. 5 at 8:00 a.m. for Residents and Feb. 19 at 8:00 a.m. for Non-Residents/School Dist. Residents village.germantown.wi.us | (262) 250-4710


PAINTING / ART Acrylic Painting

Kids, Teens & Adults (Ages 9+) Instructor: Khushbu Randerwala Drawing skills are not required for this acrylic painting class. Learn to create form and illusions using techniques such as shading, highlighting, color contrast, stroke work, brush loading, and more. Drawings are used as a base of reference along with step by step instructions. All art supplies are included. What to bring/wear: Participants should bring a smock. Tuesdays / 4 weeks, Feb. 6 – Feb. 27 Kids (Ages 9 – 15): 5:30 – 6:45 p.m. Adults (Ages 16+): 7:00 – 8:15 p.m.

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Kids: $45/Res., $48/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Adults: $50/Res., $53/Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

Henna Tattoo Workshop Kids, Teens & Adults (Ages 9+)

Survive Alive House (N115 W18700 Edison Dr), next to Station #2

Instructor: Khushbu Randerwala

Folk Art Painting

Join us to learn the latest fashion craze of Henna Tattoos. During this workshop you will learn how to hold a Henna cone, you will practice drawing elementary designs on paper and progress to henna design on your hands, arm or feet. The henna is made from the best henna plants. It contains no chemical or dye and completely safe and will last 1-3 weeks. All supplies provided during class.

Instructor: Khushbu Randerwala

What to bring/wear: Participants should wear clothing, they don’t mind getting messy.

Min. 3, Max. 10 Please be registered one week before program date

Kids, Teens & Adults (Ages 9+) In this class students will learn Madhubani Folk Art Painting. This vibrantly colored, detailed traditional Indian art helps develop concentration and hand eye coordination. Step by step instructions will be given. All art supplies are included. What to bring/wear?... Participants should bring a smock. Tuesdays, Apr. 24 & May 1

6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

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$35/Res., $40/Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

6:00 – 7:15 p.m. 6:00 – 7:15 p.m. 6:00 – 7:15 p.m.

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$16/Res., $18/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Survive Alive House (N115 W18700 Edison Dr), next to Station #2 Min. 3, Max. 12

Survive Alive House (N115 W18700 Edison Dr), next to Station #2 Min. 3, Max. 10 Please be registered one week before program date

Please be registered one week before program date

Middle School Art Youth (Grades 6-8)

Watercolor Painting Kids, Teens & Adults (Ages 9+) Instructor: Khushbu Randerwala Enjoy the creative expression of watercolor painting by learning the basic techniques and principles through organized and accessible step by step approach. Our focus will be on gaining skills for the beginner or refining the style of the more experienced painter. All art supplies are included. What to bring/wear: Participants should bring a smock. Tuesdays / 4 weeks, Mar. 13 – Apr. 10 (off 4/3) Kids (Ages 9 – 15): 5:30 – 6:45 p.m. Adults (Ages 16+): 7:00 – 8:15 p.m.

Thursdays Opt. 1: Feb. 8 Opt. 2: Mar. 29 Opt. 3: Apr. 26

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Kids: $45/Res., $48/Non-res. & School Dist. Res Adults: $50/Res., $53/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Survive Alive House (N115 W18700 Edison Dr), next to Station #2

If you love art and want to learn more, this class is for you! Learn to shade, highlight, color contrast and more! We will work on acrylic, watercolor, and folk paintings as well as Zen-tangle. All art supplies will be included. Each session will include different projects. What to bring/wear? Participants should bring a smock. Thursdays / 4 weeks Session 1: Feb. 8 – Mar. 8 (off 3/1)

3:15 – 4:30 p.m.

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Session 2: Mar. 22 – Apr. 26 (off 4/5 & 4/12)

3:15 – 4:30 p.m.

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$50/Res. & School Dist. Res., $53/Non-res. Kennedy Middle School Art room, G140 Min. 3, Max. 20 Please be registered one week before program date

Min. 3, Max. 10 Please be registered one week before program date

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ENRICHMENT Repel Bugs The Natural Way Adults (*Ages 12+)

Instructor: Hannah Heinritz In this class come and identify plants and natural products that can help repel insects and soothe painful insect bites. Watch some natural products being made that can help you enjoy your outdoor experience while avoiding harsh chemicals. Students will get to sample natural products in class. Monday, Apr. 23

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center, room 106 $18/Res., $21/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 2, Max.10 *Ages 16 and under requires a paid adult Please be registered by Monday, Apr. 16

Backyard Beekeeping Adults (*Ages 12+)

Instructor: Hannah Heinritz

Backyard Chicken Keeping Adults (*Ages 12+)

Instructor: Hannah Heinritz We’ll cover the foundations of chicken keeping covering their needs, selecting the perfect breeds, how to avoid common problems and fun facts about these amazing birds. If you are wondering how to better care for your chickens or are still debating whether chickens are in your future, then this class is for you! Monday, Mar. 26

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

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Find out what the buzz is about! If you are new to beekeeping, this class will help you understand what the process entails, how to get started, and where to find helpful resources. No live bees will be present in class. Monday, Feb. 26

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center, room 106 $15/Res., $18/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 2, Max. 10 *Ages 16 and under requires a paid adult

Menomonee Falls Community Center, room 106

Register by: Monday, Feb. 19

$15/Res., $18/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Min. 2, Max.10 *Ages 16 and under requires a paid adult Please be registered by Monday, Mar. 19

Beyond the Basics of Beekeeping Adults (*Ages 12+)

Instructor: Hannah Heinritz

From Fiber To Yarn: The Art of Spinning Adults & Youth (*Ages 12+) Instructor: Hannah Heinritz Come and watch the amazing process of spinning fiber into beautiful yarn. From cleaning the fiber, to preparing and spinning it on a spinning wheel, you will get an appreciation of this fascinating art. You will also learn how to spin using a drop spindle, the oldest form of spinning. Fiber and drop spindles will be available for purchase for those interested. Monday, Apr. 9

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center, room 106 $18/Res., $21/Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

For those with a buzz with excitement about keeping bees, this class is for you. You will be taught more in-depth about seasonal maintenance of bees, what to do when inspecting your hive, harvesting honey, and how to respond when common issues arise. Although video footage of hives will be shown, no live bees will be present. Mondays, Mar. 5 & 12 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center, room 106 $30/Res., $36/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Min. 2, Max.10 *Ages 16 and under requires a paid adult Register by: Monday, Feb. 26

Min. 2, Max.10 *Ages 16 and under requires a paid adult Please be registered by Monday, Apr. 2

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GARDENING Germantown Community Gardens The Germantown Park & Recreation Department, Washington County Health Department and the Germantown Historical Society have partnered to bring a community garden to Germantown. Community Gardens promotes local gardening and food growing by offering Germantown residents garden space, resources, and education and by facilitating community partnerships. Twenty (10’ x 20”) garden plots are available for $30 per plot, $60 for double plots. The gardens are located at Dheinsville Historical Park (N128 W18780 Holy Hill Rd. intersection of Holy Hill Rd., Maple Rd. & Fond du Lac Ave.)

Container Gardening Class Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: Russ Wendland, Landscape Architect/Owner, Wendland Nursery

To reserve your plot, call: (262) 250-4710. Reservations begin the first Monday in March.

Annuals, perennials, vegetables or herbs… learn the “ins” and “outs” of container gardening. Find out which soils are best, the needed fertilizers and how to choose the proper container size. Create your own 15” container during class. Choose from a variety of annuals, vegetables, or herbs to build your own special creation! Saturdays Option 1: May 12 Option 2: May 19 Option 3: June 2

10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.

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Wendland Nursery W172 N10415 Division Road $25/Res., $29/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (fee includes 15” container) Min. 3, Max. 10 (per option) Please be registered one week before the program date

Fire Pit Installation Workshop Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: Josh Tarantino, Hardscape Foreman, Wendland Landscape Services, Inc. Learn how to construct a durable and yet attractive fire pit to add a warm ambiance to your backyard this season! This workshop will teach you how to set the proper base and install a fire pit kit that has no cutting needed! Learn the rules and regulations required for these structures and the gas vs. wood burning options available. Whether you buy a DIY kit from our garden center or a big box store this class will teach you proper installation techniques. Saturdays Option 1: June 16 Option 2: July 14

10:30 - 11:30 a.m. 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

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Wendland Nursery W172 N10415 Division Road $5.25/Res., $10.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Min. 3, Max. 8 (per option) Please be registered one week before program date

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LOCAL PRODUCE & MORE

8 AMMay ~ 12 PM5

From: To:

October 27

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DAY TRIPS Red Hot Chilli Pipers: Bagpipers Who Rock

High Rollers Trip to Ho Chunk Dells Senior Trip (Ages 21+)

Senior Trip 18+

Bagpipes with attitude. Drums with a Scottish accent. A blazing rock band and show so hot, it carries its own health warning! It’s Bagpipes. It’s Rock. It’s Bagrock. AC/DC meets the poet Robert Burns. Where rock anthems sit comfortably alongside the great tunes from the glens and the mountains of Scotland. It’s the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, a 9-piece ensemble consisting of pipers, guitarists, keyboards, and drummers who have been rocking the world with musicianship of the highest order and a passion for pipes that will leave you breathless. Departs from the Germantown Senior Center at 12:00 p.m. and returns at 6:00 p.m. This trip includes transportation and ticket, and lunch stop is paid independently. Sunday, Mar. 25 $40 Min. 20, Max. 20

12 Noon - 6:00 p.m.

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Daniel O’Donnell Join the Germantown Seniors and Personalized Tours as we travel to The Crystal Grand Theatre in scenic Wisconsin Dells to see the fabulous Daniel O’Donnell perform! One of the best loved entertainers of our time, both at home and abroad. Daniel is looking forward to returning to touring with a revamped band. “We’re introducing some new musicians and some different instruments to the band because I think it’s time for change and I’m really excited by what’s to come”, he adds. Known for his close relationship with his fanbase, and his charismatic and engaging stage presence, O’Donnell’s music has been described as a mix of country and Irish folk, and he has sold over ten million records to date. Enjoy a delicious buffet dinner at Spring Brook prior to the show. Departs from the Allenton Park and Ride, exact times TBD. 7:30 a.m. – TBD

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UW Varsity Spring Badger Band Concert Ride in Badger coach style with the Germantown Seniors to hear the incredible UW Varsity Band. On March 21, 1975, Professor Michael Leckrone got everyone together to put on one final performance for the year and then…have a party before an unexpectedly large audience of about 450 family, friends and fans! No one would have guessed that the concert performed that night would turn into what it is today! The 2½ hour Spring Concert is a full theatrical production complete with pyrotechnics. Dinner is included at World Buffet which features a fabulous Chinese and American buffet! The Show begins at 7:00 p.m. and ends about 10:00 p.m. Exact pick up times and location TBD. Times TBD

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8:00 a.m. – 5:45 p.m.

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8:00 a.m. – 5:45 p.m.

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Happy Days: A New Musical Schlemeil, Schlimazel, Hasenpfeffer Incorporated! Do you know what this means? Find out by taking a fun-filled trip to the Palace Theatre…Laverne & Shirley style. Head out on a Badger coach with the Germantown Seniors and enjoy an entertaining day at the new Palace Theatre in Wisconsin Dells. Happy Days: A New Musical is set in Milwaukee, WI and written by Garry Marshall, the legendary creator of the television series. It includes 21 original songs by Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe award-winning Hall of Fame Songwriter, Paul Williams. The show also contains the muchloved Happy Days theme song from the TV show. To complete our day, we’ll make a stop for samples and fun at Fawn Creek Winery, located off the beaten path. Exact pick up times and location TBD. Sunday, May 20 $108 Min. 12 Max. 12

Times TBD

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Thursday, April 19 $89 Min. 12 Max. 12

Option 1: Thursday, Feb. 22 $36 Max. 23

Please be registered by Tuesday, May 1.

Senior Trip 18 +

Friday, Mar. 2 $159 Min. 6, Max. 6

Join us for a one-day getaway to Ho Chuck in the Wisconsin Dells. You will receive $25 in credits on your Player’s Club Card at Ho Chunk Dells. No Player’s Club Card? No problem, they’ll sign you up! Bring a valid ID with you and use your player’s club card at all times while at the casino. A Badger Coach bus will depart from the Germantown Center Mall (N112 W16500 Mequon Rd – Corner of Squire Rd. & Mequon Rd.) at 8:00 a.m. and return at 5:45 p.m. Spaces are limited so sign up today!

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Maggie Mae Barn Dance

The Germantown Seniors are heading to Maggie Mae’s Barn in Oxford, WI!!!!! The Barn dance is held in the hay loft of the barn right on their farm. If you like good old country music, dancing, eating and just good old fashioned fun, then you’re sure to enjoy this barn dance. Maggie Mae, a home-grown talented country singer/Nashville recording artist from Oxford, Wisconsin has been entertaining crowds with her country music and yodeling and promises enjoyment throughout her shows. She is becoming one of the biggest Midwestern names in pure country music.. You will hear the traditional country sounds of fiddle, guitar, steel guitar, piano, drums, bass guitar and, of course, YODELING by Maggie. YEEHAW! Exact pick up times and location TBD. Thursday, June 7 $89 Min. 15 Max. 15

Times TBD

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EXTENDED TRIPS New England Rails and Sails Senior Trip 21+

Natchez Spring Pilgrimage Mayflower Value Tour Senior Trip 21+

Come along with Mayflower tours for an 8 day, 13 meals, Spring Coach Pilgrimage that features: free home or local pick up and return. Tour the B.B. King Museum, a narrated tour of Vicksburg National Military Park, travel on the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway, see the ruins of the once grand mansion of Windsor Plantation. Also spend three nights in historic Natchez, Mississippi, during Pilgrimage time, featuring historic home visits, live musical performances, and Southern Cuisine. Finally, attend the Southern Road to Freedom show, visit a private antebellum residence, dinner in the Carriage House Restaurant at Stanton Hall, visit Frogmore Plantation - a working cotton plantation, have lunch at Morgan Freeman’s Ground Zero Blues Club, follow a narrated tour of St. Louis Cathedral, and then see the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum. This trip includes 40.00 in Mayflower money. Drop in to the Senior Center and pick up a tour pamphlet.

Tour the length and breadth of New England with Mayflower Tours, from mountain hamlets to seaside villages in this leaf peeping tour of the northeast. Trip includes 9 Days, 14 Meals, Round trip airport transfer as well as: Visit Kennebunkport, one of Maine’s coastal jewels, Free time in Portland, Maine with its vibrant waterfront, Full day touring in Acadia National Park to the top of Cadillac Mountain with its breathtaking seascapes and the unique under-water cavern at Thunder Hole, Tour Stephen King’s fictional town of “Derry” with an expert guide to see where he lived, worked and movie film locations, Spend 1 night in the quaint mountain town of North Conway, Panoramic city tour of Boston with a local guide including the Freedom Trail and Boston Common, 45 in Mayflower Money and much more. Stop in the Germantown Senior Center and pick up a brochure with all the information. Departure Date: October 12, 2018 $3,464 Double (per person), $4643 Single

Departure Date Apr. 8, 2018 $1669 Double (per person), $2208 Single

Shades of Ireland Senior Trip 21+

Join Collette Tours on this fabulous 10-day tour of Ireland. Overnight on the grounds of a regal castle. Travel the Ring of Kerry, one of the world’s great coastal roads. Experience the daily life of an Irish family during a visit to a local farm. Stand in awe of the stunning 700-foot-high Cliffs of Moher. Kiss the famed Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle. See Northern Ireland’s famous phenomenon — the spectacular Giant’s Causeway. Explore Northern Ireland’s historic cities of Derry and Belfast. Enjoy a hearty dinner and night of traditional Irish entertainment. Be treated to a farewell dinner at a castle! Choose from a ‘menu’ of Derry’s best restaurants. This trip includes 13 meals and airfare. Please stop in at the Germantown Senior Center and pick up a brochure with the full itinerary.

Tropical Costa Rica Senior Trip 21+

Collette Tours teams with the Germantown Senior Center to offer this amazing 9-day tour to Tropical Costa Rica. Climb high into the trees for your choice of a “Hanging Bridges” tour or Zip Lining in the cloud forest. Discover the charming town of Zarcero and its whimsical topiary garden. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery surrounding Arenal Volcano. Spot indigenous wildlife while on a Cano Negro riverboat cruise. Learn about Costa Rica’s vegetation on a guided walk in the cloud forest. Discover the history of coffee in Costa Rica during your visit to a coffee plantation. This tour includes 8 breakfasts, 5 dinners and round-trip airfare. Make sure to stop in the Germantown Senior Center to pick up a brochure with the complete itinerary. Departure Date: Monday, November 12, 2018 Single: $3299, Double: $2699 (per person), Triple: $2669 (per person)

Departure Date: Wednesday, September 5, 2018. Single: $3999, Double: $3499 (per person), Triple: $3469 (per person)

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GERMANTOWN SENIOR CENTER Open Monday - Friday (8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m.) (262) 253-7799 The Senior Center will be closed Dec. 22, 25, 29, Jan. 1, Mar. 30, May 28 • Our center and programs are open to both residents and Non-residents, ages 55+ • Programs we offer vary in topics such as education, leisure, health, fitness, & entertainment. • Amenities include a computer lab, exercise room, pool table, dart board, and a lending library, gift shop.

Senior Citizens Club

Benefits of a membership include: annual subscription to the center’s monthly newsletter, activities such as game day, annual picnic, holiday party and social events. Meetings: 2nd and 4th Wed. of the Month, 12:30 p.m. Germantown Senior Center $18/Res., $24/Non-res., School Dist. Res.

Congregate & Home Delivered Meal Program

A nutritious meal takes place at the Senior Center every day at 11:30 a.m. For more information please call (414) 380-8666

AARP Free Tax Help

Senior Center Gift Shop

AARP will be at the Senior Center on Wednesdays offering free tax help to those 55+. For more information on dates and time or to make an appointment, please call the Senior Center at (262) 253-7799. Reservations not taken until after Jan. 15, 2018.

OPEN TO PUBLIC

Wednesdays / Feb. - April

The Gift Shop is open Mondays 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. and Tuesday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. The shop offers a wide variety of home décor, holiday items, crafts and jewelry. For more information, call Patti (262) 253-7799.

Bunko

If you like Bingo or dice games, you’ll love BUNKO. It is a fun game that anyone can learn to play in a snap, no experience necessary. All players have a chance to win a prize! 1st Wednesday of every month, 12:30 - 2:15 p.m. Germantown Senior Center Rm. 126B $2.00/Res., Non-res., & School Dist. Res.

Chat ‘n Crafts

Looking to join others who have an interest in crafts? Join us for Chat ‘n Crafts where you can bring your own craft project, learn a new skill, or come to visit! Thursdays 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Germantown Senior Center Rm. 112 FREE

Jackpot Bingo

Join us for an afternoon of fun and prizes. 10 games of Bingo will be played and on the last game all players have a chance at winning the JACKPOT! 3rd Wednesday of every month 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. Germantown Senior Center, Rm. 126b $2.00/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

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Germantown Park & Recreation Department

Wheels for Germantown Need a ride to the grocery store, bank, shop, doctor, dentist, or to the Senior Center? Wheels for Germantown is just for you! The van service is provided by our volunteer drivers for Germantown residents 55+ and operates Monday through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call (262) 250-4712 for more information and/or to make a reservation.

Nurse Visits A Washington County Nurse will be available at the Germantown Senior Center on the first Thursday of each month between 9:30 11:00 a.m. She is able to answer questions regarding medications, general health, or to check blood pressure.

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55+ ACTIVITIES Gentle Fitness This innovative program features smooth natural movement to increase your range of motion, enhance good balance and coordination. Multiple routines are done to soft easy music. No special clothing is needed. Fridays, 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.

Free Hearing Programs Sponsored By Sonus Please call the Senior Center (262.253.7799) to make a reservation for these FREE monthly sessions with Dr. Mortensen of Sonus Hearing Care. April 18, 2018 Hear better this Easter! Hop on over to get your hearing checked!

Germantown Senior Center, Rm. 126C

May 16, 2018 May is Better Hearing Month. Come and play BINGO. Prizes and refreshments will be provided.

FREE

June 20, 2018 Free clean and check on hearing aids.

Yoga

Adults (Ages 55+) Curious about Yoga but never tried it before? Looking for a more gentle version? We have just the class for you! This is a 45 minute class that uses gentle modified chair and standing poses. No prior experience needed. Classes fill up fast so contact the Senior Center today to find out when the next session will begin. Tuesdays, 2:30 - 3:15 p.m. Germantown Senior Center $25/Res., $30/Non-res & School Dist. Res.

Writers Group Calling all new and experienced writers! The writers group is looking to promote the joy of writing and help each other find their writer’s voice. We are currently writing our own autobiographies. 2nd and 4th Monday of every month, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

Dinner and a Movie Come and join us for an evening of fun and camaraderie. Popular movies are shown following a potluck dinner. What to bring: a dish to pass and a place setting. To sign-up, or find out what movie is showing, stop by the Senior Center or call us at (262) 253-7799

Germantown Senior Center Rm. 112 FREE

2nd Friday of every month, 4:30 p.m. Germantown Senior Center, Rm. 126 FREE

Indoor MittenBall Learn a new activity created at the Germantown Senior Center. Some movement required-about as much as bocce ball. Come, have fun, & a lot of laughs. Friday afternoons January-April

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

FREE Max.14 Min: 4 Please sign up to participate

Backgammon Tournament Play Keep your mind alert by playing backgammon! Monday Mornings January 8- March 5 March 12- April 30

Learn to Play Tournaments

New Class, Give it a Try!

10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

RENTALS AVAILABLE NOW! The Germantown Senior Center is a great place for bridal showers, baby showers, birthday parties, small wedding and family reunions. The facility is available for rent in the evening after 4:30 p.m. and weekends. For more information please call (262) 253-7799.

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SENIOR ENRICHMENT Zumba Gold Adults (Ages 40 +)

Instructor: Carmen Bond, certified Zumba Gold instructor Join us for a Zumba Gold party! A Certified Zumba Gold instructor will lead you in an easy-to-follow routine that lets you move at your own speed. This is a Latin inspired dance fitness class that is fresh, and exhilarating! Zumba Gold is designed for modified, low-impact moves for active older adults and/or beginners. What to Bring/Wear: Please wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes and bring a water bottle... Option 1: Tuesdays/ 8 Weeks Jan. 9 - Mar. 6 10:00 - 10:45 a.m. (no class Feb. 13)

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Adults (Ages 18+)

Option 2: Tuesdays/ 8 Weeks Mar. 13 - May 1 10:00 - 10:45 a.m.

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Option 3 Tuesdays/ 8 Weeks May 8 - June 26 10:00 - 10:45 a.m.

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Germantown Senior Center $25/Res., $30/School Dist. Res. & Non-res Min. 6, Max. 20 Please be registered one week before program date

AARP Smart Driver Adults (Ages 50 +)

Join us for the NEW AARP Smart Driver course. This class is intended to provide all drivers, especially those aged 50 and older, with a classroom course that helps them refresh their driving skills and learn the new rules of the road. Learn research-based driving strategies to help stay safe behind the wheel. As an added bonus there are no tests to pass! Monday, Apr. 23

12:00 Noon - 4:00 p.m.

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Germantown Senior Center $18/AARP members, & $23/non AARP members Min. 3, Max. 25 Please be registered by Apr. 17

Germantown Folk Jam All Ages Welcome

Get together once a month on the 2nd Thursday to jam for a couple hours on some Folk & Country Music. All ACOUSTIC instruments & skill levels welcome for this intergenerational gathering. Come on out, bring your instrument & a music stand; songbooks will be provided. Music reading ability is not required, but having fun is! Thursday Evenings: 7-9 pm Dec. 12, Jan. 11, Feb. 15, Mar. 15, Apr. 12, May 10, June 14 FREE

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Pickleball

Germantown Park & Recreation Department

Pickleball is a combination of badminton, tennis and table tennis, and is enjoyed by all ages! Using a badminton-sized court, tennisheight net, table tennis-type paddle, and a baseball-sized waffle ball, this game has few rules and is far less strenuous than tennis. It is easy to learn and provides plenty of exercise and hand-eye coordination; a game of strategy for both men and women. Want to learn more? Go to USAPA.org, and click on the link to “What is Pickleball?” to watch an informational video.

HOW IS PICKLEBALL PLAYED…. • Ball is served diagonally, points only scored by serving team • Players on each side must let ball bounce once before volleys are allowed • There is a 7’ no-volley zone (kitchen) to prevent “spiking” • Serve continues to serve, alternating service courts, until a fault occurs • Game to 11 points, win by 2 Open Gym: Wednesdays Nov. 15 - Mar. 7 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. (no open gym Nov. 22, 29, Dec. 27) Mar. 14 - May 23 (no open gym Apr. 4)

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Walk-in Fee (per visit) $3.00/Night Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-Res. Lessons Wednesdays / 4 weeks Mar. 14 - Apr. 11 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. (no class Apr. 4)

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$20/Res. & School Dist. Res., $24/Non-res. Kennedy Middle School W160 N11836 Crusader Court (Use lobby door entrance off Crusader Ct.) Contact Hotline (262) 250-4711 weekly for program availability

50 Cups of Coffee Challenge yourself to meet new people. Share a cup of coffee (or juice) and play a fun mixer game for people 55+. Each 3rd Friday of the month will feature new question topics. The challenge is to fill your card to win a prize. Please call or stop in the Senior Center to sign up. Friday Mornings 10:00 am Jan. 19, Feb. 16, Mar. 16, Apr. 20, May 18, June 15 FREE

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COMMUNITY WELLNESS NETWORK GERMANTOWN FIRE DEPARTMENT

GERMANTOWN POLICE

TOURS OF THE FIRE HOUSE

CALL 253-7780 FOR INFO ON:

Preventing accidents and responding appropriately in emergency situations, the Fire Department offers the following programs to the community: Contact: John Delain 502-4701, ext. 1705. See ambulances, equip.m.ent and the fire engines. Tours are available to individuals, groups, schools or businesses. Call for an appointment.

CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR) TRAINING

Learn how to identify heart attacks and handle this life-threatening emergency. American Heart Association Courses can be set up for groups of five or more. Contact John Delain at 262-502-4701, ext. 1705.

EXPLORER PROGRAM

Personal, business and residential safety awareness and drug prevention, the Police Department offers the following programs to the community: • Bicycle License/Parking Information • Child “Care Bear” Program, D.A.R.E. Program, Fleet Watch Program, Fingerprinting, Neighborhood Watch Program, Child Identification Cards, Safety Town, Tours, Citizen’s Police Academy • Citizen Complaints, Citizen Ride-a-Long Program (ask for on-duty shift supervisor) • Public Records Requests (ask for Captain Mike Snow) • Explorer Scout Program (ask for SRO Toni Olson)

Is a career in emergency services right for you? Come check out the Fire Department explorer program and learn from Germantown’s Firefighters and EMT’s.

• Youth Services Officer (Info and services available for parents and juveniles who are in need of assistance with family relationships, disciplinary problems, etc.) (ask for Det. Penny Schmitt or School Resource Officer Toni Olson)

GERMANTOWN COMMUNITY LIBRARY PROGRAMS WINTER/SPRING 2018 N112 W16957 Mequon Road • Germantown, WI 53022 • (262) 253-7760 • www.germantownlibrarywi.org Like us on Facebook & sign-up for our newsletter!

LIBRARY HOURS (LABOR DAY TO MEMORIAL DAY)

READ TO ROVER

WINTER READING PROGRAM

SPECIAL ADULT & ALL AGES PROGRAMS WITH RECEPTION TO FOLLOW

Monday - Thursday Fridays Saturdays

9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Winter Reading Program is available for kids and adults of all ages. Reading logs will be available beginning Monday, January 8 and can be turned in Monday, January 15 through Saturday, February 24.

STORYTIMES RUN SEPTEMBER 11 – DECEMBER 13 Preschool Storytime Tuesdays, Jan. 9 - Apr. 24

10:30 a.m.

Baby/Toddler Storytime Wednesdays, Jan. 10 - Apr. 25 10:30 a.m. Family Pajama Storytime

2nd Monday, 7:00 p.m.

Parachute Play Storytime

3rd Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.

YOUTH SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Winter Party Featuring Frozen Characters at Kinderberg Park Saturday, Jan. 13 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Family Valentine’s Day Activities Thursday, Feb. 8 4:00 – 7:30 p.m.

Children of all ages, contact the library starting January 9th to sign up for 15-minute time slots.

State Trails for Recreation with Melissa Cook Wednesday, Jan. 17 6:00 p.m. The Plain People with Reynold R. Kremer Wednesday, Feb. 7 6:00 p.m. Abraham Lincoln with Kevin Wood Thursday, Mar. 1 6:00 p.m. Straw Bale Gardening with Joey & Holly Baird Monday, Apr. 2 6:00 p.m. Monarch Butterflies with Shelly Culea Tuesday, May 15 6:00 p.m. Metal Detecting with Keith Tabor Tuesday, May 22 6:30 p.m.

CRAFT CIRCLE FOR ALL AGES

1st Thursday of the month anytime from 4:00 - 7:30 p.m.

MEMORY CAFÉ

3rd Monday (3:00 - 4:30 p.m.) Locations vary - see website or call for details

Family Dr. Seuss Activities Saturday, Mar. 3

10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

TABLET TUESDAYS FOR TECH HELP IN WASHINGTON COUNTY

Stuffed Animal Sleepover Monday, Apr. 9

7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

MONTHLY ADULT BOOK GROUPS (CALL LIBRARY OR SEE WEBSITE FOR TITLES)

EARLY LITERACY PROGRAMS

Free Baby Lifelong Learning welcome bag for newborns to 12-month-olds and 1000 Books Before Kindergarten sign up available at the Children’s Reference Desk.

New Class, Give it a Try!

Topics/times/locations vary - see website or call for details

Dive into Dewey! Book Group Morning Book Group Evening Book Group History Buff Book Group Mystery/Thriller Book Group

1st Friday, 1:00 p.m. 2nd Thursday, 9:15 a.m. 3rd Thursday, 6:45 p.m. 3rd Friday, 1:00 p.m. 4th Thursday, 9:15 a.m.

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PARKS DIRECTORY FACILITY RESERVATIONS FOR PARKS The Village of Germantown has park facilities at Firemen’s, Spassland, Haupt Strasse, Schoen Laufen, Kinderberg and Dheinsville Parks that are available to the public for rentals. Kinderberg Park features a shelter/multi-purpose room, while the others feature only open shelters.

RESERVATION POLICY

softball field, park/trail system, concession/storage facility and modular play equipment.

HAUPT STRASSE PARK (MAIN STREET) Located on Western Avenue and Main Street - neighborhood park, 13 acres, the facility includes softball diamond, soccer fields, tennis courts, skateboard park, horseshoe pits, modular play equipment, picnic tables, shelter and off-street parking.

Residents can make reservations for all park shelters can be made by phone, website or in person starting the first Monday on Feb. 6 for that calendar year. Non-resident and School Dist. Res. rentals start on Feb. 20. All reservations are on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations require that the interested party file the necessary permit and pay the reservation fees in person within one week of making reservation or the reservation will not be guaranteed.

SHELTER RENTAL Groups renting shelters in Germantown parks are renting the shelter only. The only exception would be for Kinderberg Park where rentals include the use of the shelter and multi-purpose room. The rest of the park facilities are to be shared with the general public. Groups may use the ball diamond, tennis court(s) and volleyball court(s) but are limited to one hour unless no one else is requesting to play.

FEES Fees are based on residency, and the facility that you are renting. Resident and Non-resident fees apply. Call for specific fees. Details also listed on our website.

ALT BAUER PARK (OLD FARMER) Located in Old Farm subdivision on Wagon Trail and Old Farm Road - neighborhood park, 21 acres, facilities include a basketball court, tennis courts, modular play equipment, picnic tables, benches, trail system and off street parking.

DHEINSVILLE PARK Located on five corners off Fond du Lac Avenue and Holy Hill Road. A shelter with electricity is available to rent. Open field for soccer or flag football. Archery range and community gardens.

Sprayground Hours: Kinderberg Park 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Memorial Day - Labor Day, Weather Permitting KINDERBERG PARK (CHILDREN’S HILL) Located on Donges Bay Road east of Pilgrim Road and west of Fond du Lac Avenue - 23 acres with park features such as modular play equipment, tennis courts, paths, a baseball diamond, sprayground, sledding hill, ice skating and a shelter/multi-purpose facility.

SCHOEN LAUFEN PARK (BEAUTIFUL WALK PARK) On Lilac and Maple Roads - 39 acres, the facility includes a picnic shelter, picnic tables, trail system and off street parking.

SPASSLAND PARK (PLAY LAND) FIREMEN’S PARK Bordered by Park Avenue and Freistadt Road - community park, 17 acres, baseball diamond, softball diamonds, basketball courts, soccer fields, volleyball court, modular play equipment, picnic shelter, picnic tables, benches and drinking fountain.

FRIEDENFELD PARK (PEACEFUL PARK) Located north of Mequon Road on Country Aire Drive - community park, 53 acres, flag football, football and soccer fields, baseball/

Dead-end of Colonial Drive near County Line School - neighborhood park, 20 acres, includes basketball courts, soccer fields, tennis courts, volleyball court, horseshoe pits, modular play equipment, shelter, drinking fountain, picnic tables, benches, trail system, disc golf course, ice skating, a parking lot, and exercise equipment.

WIEDENBACH PARK (MEADOW BY THE BROOK) Located on Beech Drive in Willow Creek Heights - neighborhood park, 5 acres, the facility includes a softball diamond, basketball court, modular play equipment, picnic tables and off street parking.

For park reservation information contact the Germantown Park and Recreation Department at (262) 250-4710.

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Dheinsville Settlement (1842) BAST BELL MUSEUM & FIRE HALL EXHIBITS - 1880/1910 • OPEN June 1 to Nov. 1, Friday - Sunday. 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. • By appointment anytime for groups 10 or more year round.

EVENT INFO: www.germantownhistoricalsociety.org N128 W18480 HOLY HILL RD, P.O. BOX 31 (262) 628-3170 FREE WALKING TOUR BROCHURE AT WOLF HAUS YEAR ROUND.

New Class, Give it a Try!

VALENTINE WOLF HAUS MUSEUM & JEFFRIS GENEALOGY RESEARCH CENTER - 1854 • OPEN June 1 to Oct. 1, Wednesday 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. • Genealogy Research CHRIST CHURCH MUSEUM OF LOCAL HISTORY - 1862 • OPEN June 1 to Oct. 1, Sundays 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

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COMMUNITY ATHLETIC PROGRAMS The Germantown Recreation Department does not sponsor, register or program any of the Athletic programs listed below. Each program lists a contact name and phone number for you to call regarding any other information.

Thank you for your support! Germantown HAWKS YOUTH FOOTBALL Registration for Hawks Football is done online starting in mid January for the upcoming Fall 2018 season. This program is for incoming 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th graders that live within the Germantown School District boundaries. Visit the website www.gtownhawks.org.

GERMANTOWN SOCCER CLUB 2017/2018 SEASON www.germantownsoccer.org

Germantown Soccer Club is a region of the Milwaukee Kicker Soccer Club, one of the largest youth soccer organizations in the country. We offer Recreational, Academy, and Select Soccer programs for kids in birth years 1999-2011 in grades K-12. Recreational and Academy Soccer: Fall Season 2017* Practices start mid-August Games on weekends in September/October

Germantown Hornets Youth Wrestling Club www.germantownwrestling.com

The Hornets Youth Wrestling Club provides the necessary fundamental wrestling skills to succeed in the sport of wrestling through various individual and team strategies. The Germantown Wrestling Program emphasizes family, team, academics, community, and sportsmanship. The Hornets offer year round wrestling opportunities. There are several different sessions offered - for more information and registration forms, visit their website. All Hornets sessions require a USA wrestling membership USA Wrestling Memberships can be purchased separately at www.usawmembership.com

*Register early, beginning May 1st; teams are formed starting in July. To register, go to www.mksc.org and select the Germantown Region. Spring Season 2018 Practices start early April Games - mid-April to early June *Limited roster spots may be available for Spring registration on existing teams. Contact Sara Sina at (920)-229-2784 or sarajim58@sbcglobal.net today. Online registration for spring-only soccer starts in late December.

Select Soccer: Tryouts held in mid-June for U11-U19 players with birthdates in 2007 and older for the 2017/2018 season. See www.germantownsoccer.org for tryout dates/times. Interested in coaching? Volunteer coaches welcome, we will provide training.

Germantown LITTLE LEAGUE

WASHINGTON COUNTY

PARKS

This program is not affiliated with the Germantown Recreation Department. For information visit our website at www.germantownlittleleague.org

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COMMUNITY EVENTS Germantown Community Gardens The Germantown Park & Recreation Department, Washington County Health Department and the Germantown Historical Society have partnered to bring a community garden to Germantown. Community Gardens promotes local gardening and food growing by offering Germantown residents garden space, resources, and education and by facilitating community partnerships. Twenty (10’ x 20’) garden plots are available for $30 per plot & $60 per double plot. The gardens are located at Dheinsville Historical Park (N128 W18780 Holy Hill Rd. intersection of Holy Hill Rd., Maple Rd. & Fond du Lac Ave.)

Germantown Holiday Band Concert Monday, Dec. 18, 7:00 p.m. Kennedy Middle School - Free Admission

Featuring the Germantown Community Band GHS Performing Groups and Area Church Choirs

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Destination Imagination Rummage Sale Saturday, Jan. 13, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Kennedy Middle School Gold Activity Center

Early Bird special : Admission of $3. between the hours of 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. At 1:00 p.m., we will begin our bag sale- fill a garbage bag full of clothes for $5 or a brown bag full of housewares all for $5. Come help support Destination Imagination teams make their dreams possible in Knoxville, at Global Finals. If you are interested in donating items (must be Goodwill Accepted), please contact Kathy Nuchikat (262) 253-2205 for more information.

Summer Rentals Available Soon! Beginning on Monday, February 5 residents can reserve a shelter for summer by calling (262) 250-4710 or registering online at https://gtownrec.com. Non-resident and School Dist. Res. rentals start Monday, Feb. 19. The Germantown Park and Recreation Department has an array of outdoor shelters for special events such as graduation parties, family reunions and birthday parties. Shelters are available to rent from May through October at Dheinsville, Fireman’s, Spassland, Haupt Strasse and Schoen Laufen Parks. Kinderberg Park’s multi-purpose room/ shelter is available year round.

Germantown Community Scholarship Fund (GCSF) Annual Dinner & Auction Thursday, February 1, 2018 Hilton Garden Inn at Park Place

You are invited to an evening of FUN and FUNDraising! Join the more than 350 attendees who come together to participate in a fun-filled evening with friends, neighbors and community business partners raising money for GCSF scholarships to benefit Germantown-area students. Evening activities include a silent auction, a special event raffle, the ever-popular wine tree, 12-month themed calendar basket raffles, and a lively verbal auction with professional auctioneers. Featured items include theater tickets, sporting event tickets--Packers, Badgers, Brewers, Admirals and more, beautiful wood working and art projects from GHS students, products by local artisans’, gift certificates, spa packages, hotel and trip package deals, portrait packages, and more all to help raise scholarship dollars for area students. For more information, contact GCSF at: www.gcsfund.org or send an email to info@germantownscholarship.org We always welcome new invitees, donors, sponsors, volunteers, and anyone interested in helping to support our efforts.

Friends of the Germantown Community Library 2018 Book Sale The 2018 Friends Book Sale will be Thursday, March 22 - Sunday, March 25. For more information, see the Friends web site www.germantownlibraryfriends.com/. The Friends of the Library meet the second Saturday of each month at 9:00 a.m. Come join us!

Newcomers/New Connections

An organization for women of all ages who are new to the Menomonee Falls/Germantown trading area. It is also a great way for those who are entering a new stage of life or who enjoy new experiences and meeting others with like interests. Please join us on our many outings, our activity and hobby groups and social activities for women couples and families. A sampling of our activities includes book club, bunco, day trips, monthly luncheons, euchre and game night as well as hiking and biking. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month (September - May) at 7:00 p.m. at the Menomonee Falls Library; W156 N8446 Pilgrim Rd. or call Gail at (262) 255-7937

Website: sites.google.com/site/menfallsgtownnewcomersclub Facebook: Menomonee Falls/Germantown area/new connections

New Class, Give it a Try!

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DEPARTMENT POLICIES VILLAGE RESIDENT For registration purposes a resident is anyone who lives within the corporate boundaries of the Village of Germantown and pays property taxes to the Village of Germantown and the Germantown School District.

SCHOOL DISTRICT RESIDENT For registration purposes, a School District Resident is anyone who resides within and pays taxes to the Germantown School District but does not pay Germantown Village property taxes. School District Residents will not be assessed a non-resident surcharge when registering for any program or league that utilizes Germantown School District facilities. If however, a School District Resident registers for a program or league that utilizes a village facility a non-resident surcharge will be assessed.

NON-RESIDENT For registration purposes, a non-resident is anyone who does not reside within the corporate boundaries of the Village of Germantown and does not pay property taxes to the Village of Germantown or the Germantown School District. In the case of non-resident participation, non-resident users contribute an additional fee or surcharge to offset their non-tax status for programs.

FEES It is the policy of the Germantown Park & Recreation Department that program participants help defray the overall cost of the activity, (i.e. equipment, facilities, staffing, etc.) through the assessment of fees and charges. However, the department does not wish to exclude Village of Germantown children who are unable to pay these fees due to hardships that may occur. Parents who feel they are unable to afford the fees for a program should contact the Park & Recreation Director prior to registration.

FACILITY FUND FEE Beginning in the summer 2010 the Park and Recreation Department began collecting a nominal facility fee. These fees will be put into a non-lapsing (no expiration) and non-reverting (does not go into the general fund) “Facility Fund” dedicated to maintaining and improving village and school district facilities used in the delivery of recreational programs.

REFUND POLICY Refund of fees in recreation activities shall be made under the following conditions: • The Park & Recreation Department cancels the program: Persons registered for a program which is canceled by the department (i.e. lack of enrollment) shall receive a full refund of fees or a credit for a future program, whichever the registrant prefers. • Participants Cancellation: Cancellations can be made up to 3 working days prior to the start of a program unless otherwise indicated. You must call the office, email is not accepted. Participants will receive a refund less a $5.00 service charge for each transaction or a fee credit to a future program, whichever the registrant prefers. If an injury occurs after the start of the program but before it is 50% completed, a pro-rated credit will be given upon receipt of doctor’s excuse. • NO refunds or credits will be issued once a class has started. • There is no pro-rating of class fees.

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• Refund policy for Youth Sports Leagues: Refunds or credits will not be issued once coaches have had their informational meeting. • Refund policy for Field Trips, Craft Classes & Kids Klub: Refunds will not be issued for these programs as the department is responsible for full payment of enrollment totals. See page 5 for Kids Klub policy. • Credits on account will automatically be refunded if not used within 24 months.

WAITING LIST If your desired class is filled, you will be notified and placed on a waiting list. The department will make every effort to accommodate those on the waiting list, (adding classes, etc.). If any openings become available, we will go to the waiting list to fill the class.

SAFETY ISSUES The Germantown Park & Recreation Department is committed to conducting programs or activities in the safest manner possible and holds the safety of its participants in the highest regard. Participants and parents registering their child in recreation programs must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities. The department continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions. If you find a real or potential safety hazard in one of our parks or facilities, please call 250-4710.

INSURANCE COVERAGE Please recognize that the Germantown Park & Recreation Department does not carry medical or hospital insurance for injuries or illness participants may sustain in programs. Prior to registering you should review your health insurance policy for coverage. Absence of personal health insurance coverage does not make the Park & Recreation Department responsible for payment of a participant’s medical coverage. All persons participating in department sponsored activities must provide their own insurance and assume risk of all injuries. The department will not be liable for personal liabilities or accidents.

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION It is the policy of the Germantown Park & Recreation Department that no person shall, on the basis of sex, race, national origin, ancestry, creed, marital or parental status, age or disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity, including employment.

NO SMOKING / ALCOHOL USE POLICY A reminder to program participants: The use of all tobacco products or drinking of alcoholic beverages on premises owned by the Germantown School District is prohibited by state law. Your cooperation in upholding this law is necessary.

RECORDED INFORMATION LINE To better help us serve our participants, the Germantown Park & Recreation Dept. has a recorded information line to provide updates on registration deadlines, time changes, cancellations, etc. The Hotline Number is (262) 250-4711.

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ENRICHMENT LESSON OBSERVATION The first and final instructional classes may be observed by parents or other non-participants, unless special dates are scheduled by the individual instructors. Our instructors welcome the opportunity to discuss participants’ progress with parents. If you would like your child’s instructor to contact you, please contact the department office. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

MAKEUPS? Classes missed for individual absences (i.e. illness, vacations, etc.) are not “made up” nor may participants attend classes other than the one they are registered for.

PARK SHELTERS

ACTIVITY CHANGES / SCHEDULES

The Village of Germantown has park shelters available for rent at Firemen’s, Spassland, Haupt Strasse, Kinderberg, Dheinsville and Schoen Laufen Parks. Firemen’s Park shelter will accommodate large groups of 200+ while the shelters at Spassland and Haupt Strasse Parks will accommodate groups up to 100. The shelter at Dheinsville serves groups up to 80. Reservations at Schoen Laufen Park are for groups of 50 or less. The facility at Kinderberg Park is a combination shelter/multi-purpose room accommodating groups up to 150. The group size for Kinderberg Park is reduced to a seating capacity of 50 during the winter months. Reservations for park shelters will begin on the first Monday in February for residents and two weeks later for non-residents and school dist. res. for that calendar year on a first come, first serve basis.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, some activities may require time or location changes. All participants will be notified, when possible if a change or cancellation does occur.

CONTACT THE GERMANTOWN PARK & RECREATION DEPARTMENT AT 250-4710 FOR DETAILS ON AVAILABILITY, RENTAL COST AND RESERVATION PROCEDURES AND POLICIES.

BROCHURE SCHEDULE

SCHOOL DISTRICT COOPERATION The Germantown Park & Recreation Department would like to thank the Germantown School District for their support and cooperation with facility scheduling. However, due to school athletic and educational programming, some recreation activities may need to be canceled or rescheduled. We appreciate the community’s understanding during these times.

IN REGARD TO THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT The Germantown Park and Recreation Department is committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations such as appropriate auxiliary aids and services may be provided. Contact the Park & Recreation Office at 250-4710 for information.

PROGRAM LEADERSHIP Qualified, competent leadership is the key to a successful program. The Park & Recreation Department will attempt to employ such leaders in all its programs. If you feel you are qualified to lead, instruct or officiate a specific program, contact the Park & Recreation Office to obtain an application form.

LOST / STOLEN ITEMS The department is not responsible for personal equipment, clothes, etc. that are lost or stolen during participation in any sponsored activity. However, please contact our office concerning lost items as many times they are turned in by others.

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REGISTER BY DATE Persons should register by the date indicated. If your class does not meet the minimum enrollment by the date indicated, it may be canceled and/or combined with other classes. All registered participants will be notified by phone of changes. Class rosters are prepared and given to instructors. Registrations after this date will be accepted only if openings exist and transactions must be completed IN-PERSON, (unless otherwise indicated) as you will receive a receipt to take to your first session (proof of registration).

The Germantown Park & Recreation Department program brochure is mailed to all Germantown residents three times a year - Fall/ Winter, Winter/Spring and Summer. Generally the Fall/Winter brochure is mailed the second week in August, Winter/Spring in late December and the Summer brochure is mailed in late April.

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HOW TO REGISTER REGISTRATIONS ARE CURRENTLY ONGOING - DON’T WAIT, REGISTER TODAY!

ONLINE www.village.germantown.wi.us To use this option, call (262) 250-4710 or email parkrec@village.germantown.wi.us for your user name and password ahead of time.

MAIL-IN Mail completed registration form along with payment to: Germantown Park & Rec. Dept. N112W17001 Mequon Rd. P.O. Box 337 Germantown, WI 53022

24-HOUR DROP BOX A 24-hour drop box is located to the right of the front door of Village Hall. Place in a sealed envelope marked: Park & Rec. Registration.

FAX 255-2920 Credit Card (MasterCard, Visa & Discover only), payment information MUST accompany all fax registrations or they cannot be processed.

REGISTER ONLINE TO INCREASE THE CHANCES OF GETTING INTO THE CLASSES OF YOUR CHOICE: WWW.VILLAGE.GERMANTOWN.WI.US IN-PERSON REGISTRATION

CLASS CONFIRMATIONS

Registrations will be accepted in person or by online/mail/drop box/fax on a first come, first serve basis. Registrations will continue during normal office hours (8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday) until classes are full.

Assume you are enrolled and plan to attend your first class unless otherwise notified.

PLEASE NOTE: MAIL-IN, DROP BOX or FAX registrations will be processed randomly according to the date received.  ou may continue to register until classes are full. If you do not Y get into a class your account will automatically be credited unless otherwise notified. Confirmations will be sent via email (make sure your household email is up-to-date) OR print your own receipt from your online account. Hard copy receipts will continue to be available, but by request only. Separate checks for multiple registrations are NOT necessary.

GENERAL REGISTRATION DETAILS REGISTER FIRST Persons MUST register PRIOR to participation in ANY program. Registrations and fees cannot be handled at the sites by instructors or any staff members unless otherwise indicated.

COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORMS Please fill out the enclosed registration form completely making sure to include the class registration number. Handwritten notes will not be accepted. Registration forms must be SIGNED to be valid. A family member’s signature is required for children under the age of 18. In order to help assure that the registration process is fair to all, registrations will be accepted by family members ONLY. If the program offers more than one level, day, session or time, please indicate a second choice, if applicable, in case your first choice is filled.

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REGISTER BY DATE Persons should register by the date indicated. If your class does not meet the minimum enrollment by the date indicated it may be canceled and/or combined with another class. Registrations after this date will be accepted only if openings exist.

SPECIAL REGISTRATION FORMS NEEDED Please note that special registration forms are needed for the following programs: Kids Klub Monthly Calendars. Please stop by or visit our web site. For Little Gridders, Pee Wee & U-6 Soccer and Night T-ball, please use registration form on page 49 or register online.

AGE/GRADE REQUIREMENT For all programs the age requirement will be as of the date of the first class unless otherwise specified. Please do not request or sign your child up in a class he/she does not belong in. If you should do so and we discover the error it may be too late to get your child in the correct class because it may be full. All age/grade requirements are set to benefit the children and make instruction more consistent for the program leader. In some instances the requirements have been set for the child’s safety. Thank you for your cooperation.

IF YOU DO NOT GET INTO A CLASS: Your account will automatically be credited unless otherwise notified. SORRY: Phone registrations will only be accepted if time permits and not during mass registration days. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.

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GERMANTOWN PARK AND RECREATION SPRING PEE WEE AND U-6 SOCCER 2018 REGISTRATION FORM - One Form Per Child Only PLAYER NAME:

HOME PHONE:

ADDRESS:

CITY: ZIP:

BIRTHDATE:

AGE:

WORK PHONE:

GRADE:

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PEE WEE SOCCER (#411806-01)

PROGRAM: (please check):

U-6 SOCCER (#411806-02)

TEAM PLAYED ON LAST SEASON (if none, please indicate): COACHING INFORMATION:

YES, I WOULD LIKE TO BE A COACH

COACH T-SHIRT SIZE:

NAME:

(W) PHONE

E-MAIL

WHO, IF ANYONE, DO YOU WANT TO COACH WITH? (can’t guarantee more than 2 coaches)

I hereby permit my child to participate in the Germantown Recreation Department sports league program. I understand that accident insurance coverage is not included in the registration fee. I understand that all league games and practices will be played under the direction and supervision of the Germantown Recreation Department and that each team will be managed by a volunteer adult. ADULT (GUARDIAN) SIGNATURE

DATE

PARENT’S NAMES (PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY) PAYMENT METHOD: (CHECK ONE) CARD EXP. DATE:

CHECK (PAYABLE TO: GERMANTOWN REC. DEPT.) CARD NO:

CASH

CARD HOLDER NAME:

SIGNATURE

FEES: Soccer - $25.75/Res., $35.75/Non-res. & SDR

GERMANTOWN PARK AND RECREATION NIGHT T-BALL 2018 REGISTRATION FORM - One Form Per Child Only PLAYER NAME:

HOME PHONE:

ADDRESS:

CITY: ZIP:

BIRTHDATE:

AGE:

WORK PHONE:

GRADE IN FALL:

SEX:

SCHOOL DISTRICT:

SCHOOL ATTENDING:

GERMANTOWN

M

F

OTHER

LIST ALL MEDICAL DISABILITIES, MEDICATIONS, ALLERGIES, ETC.: NIGHT JR. T-BALL (#111103-03)

PROGRAM: (please check):

NIGHT SR. T-BALL (#111103-04)

TEAM PLAYED ON LAST SEASON (if none, please indicate): COACHING INFORMATION:

YES, I WOULD LIKE TO BE A COACH

COACH T-SHIRT SIZE:

NAME:

(W) PHONE

E-MAIL

WHO, IF ANYONE, DO YOU WANT TO COACH WITH? (can’t guarantee more than 2 coaches)

I hereby permit my child to participate in the Germantown Recreation Department sports league program. I understand that accident insurance coverage is not included in the registration fee. I understand that all league games and practices will be played under the direction and supervision of the Germantown Recreation Department and that each team will be managed by a volunteer adult. ADULT (GUARDIAN) SIGNATURE

DATE

PARENT’S NAMES (PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY) PAYMENT METHOD: (CHECK ONE) CARD EXP. DATE:

CHECK (PAYABLE TO: GERMANTOWN REC. DEPT.) CARD NO:

CASH

CARD HOLDER NAME:

SIGNATURE

FEES: Night T-Ball - $39/Res., $57/Non-res. & SDR

New Class, Give it a Try!

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E-MAIL ADDRESS:

RELATIONSHIP TO REGISTRANT(S):

F

Youth Medium

NAME OF REGISTRANTS/PARTICIPANTS

Jamie Masiarchin

8/9/10

DATE OF BIRTH

7

AGE

2

GRADE

SPECIFIC PROGRAM NAME (OPTION/SESSION/TIME/PARK)

MAIL TO: Germantown Park & Recreation Dept. N112 W17001 Mequon Rd PO Box 337 Germantown WI 53022

FAX TO: (262) 255-2920

SIGNATURE: DATE:

ALL ADULT PARTICIPANTS MUST SIGN BELOW. IN ADDITION, THE SIGNATURE OF A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN IS REQUIRED FOR YOUTH REGISTRATIONS.

REGISTRATION NUMBER

TOTAL AMOUNT $

$

CREDIT

SIGNATURE

CARD HOLDER NAME:

CARD NO:

CARD EXP. DATE:

CREDIT CARD

CASH

CHECK (PAYABLE TO: GERMANTOWN REC. DEPT.)

PAYMENT METHOD: (CHECK ONE)

$

TOTAL FEES

Cty Line Poms Opt 2 / Session 1 / 5:15 201116-06

SCHOOL ATTENDING 2017-18

LIABILITY WAIVER All participants are requested to sign the following release. Parents or guardians must sign for minors. I/we the undersigned, do hereby agree to allow the above named to participate in the activity indicated. I am/we are aware of and understand that there may be potential risks inherent with participating in any recreation activity and that the Village of Germantown does not provide accident insurance. I/we assume all risks and hazards incidental to such participation including transportation to and from the activities and do hereby waive, release, absolve, indemnify and agree to hold harmless the Germantown Park & Recreation Department, its officers, employees and other persons for any and all claims, injuries, liabilities, damages or right of action directly or indirectly arising out of use of Germantown Park & Recreation Department facilities, equipment and/or participation in Germantown Park & Recreation sponsored activities. Photos may be used in publications and/or the web site. Safety Town/Playground Note: My child has permission to attend field trips and it is understood that the said organizations are not responsible for any lost or stolen articles or any liability that may occur on any of its sponsored trips.

Please indicate alternative class option/ session/time should your first choice be full:

M/F

T-SHIRT SIZE

Please note that special registration forms are needed for the following programs: Kids Klub Monthly Calendars. Please stop at the Rec. Office to pick up these forms or visit our web site. For Fall Little Gridders, Pee Wee & U-6 Soccer, Bucketeer Basketball & 1st & 2nd Grade Buckets, please use form on page 48 or register online.

EMERGENCY NAME & PHONE: (if no one answers at the above numbers)

OTHER SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS (MEDICATIONS, DISABILITIES, ETC.):

GERMANTOWN

SCHOOL DISTRICT:

CELL PHONE:

WORK/DAY PHONE:

HOME PHONE:

$35

FEE

CHECK HERE IF ANY INFORMATION HAS CHANGED ADDRESS: CITY/ZIP:

FIRST/LAST NAME (of parent or legal guardian):

Germantown Park & Rec Department Winter/Spring 2018 Registration Form


GERMANTOWN FACILITIES MAP

Survive Alive House

Edison Dr.

Anytime Fitness

. DR ST RE RC VE RI

GERMANTOWN AREA PARKS 1.

FIREMEN’S PARK - 17 acres (West of KMS, S. of Freistadt Rd. along Park Ave.)

2.

HAUPT STRASSE PARK - 13 acres (1/2 mile N. of Mequon Rd. on the corner of Western & Main)

3.

SPASSLAND PARK - 20 acres (North & adjacent to County Line School, off of Colonial Dr.)

4.

ALT BAUER PARK - 21 acres (1/2 mile S. of Mequon Rd. off of Old Farm Rd. & Wagon Trail)

5.

SCHOEN LAUFEN PARK - 39 acres (Corner of Maple Rd. and Lilac Ln.)

6.

WEIDENBACH PARK - 4 acres (W. of Hwy. 41/45, S. of Willow Creek Rd.)

7.

WILDERNESS PARK - 200 acres Wilderness/Wetland Preserve (NE corner of Village)

8.

KINDERBERG PARK - 23 acres (N. of Donges Bay Rd., W. of Heritage Hills Subdivision)

9.

DHEINSVILLE HISTORICAL PARK - 9.5 acres (At six corners intersection of Fond du Lac Ave., Holy Hill Rd., & Maple Rd.)

10. HOMESTEAD HOLLOW COUNTY PARK - 105 acres (Off of Freistadt Rd.)

New Class, Give it a Try!

11. LITTLE LEAGUE PARK -10 acres (At corner of Freistadt & Division Roads) 12. FRIEDENFELD PARK - 53 acres (On Country Aire Dr., 1/2 mi. N. of Mequon Rd.) 13. SURVIVE ALIVE HOUSE (N115 W18700 Edison Drive - Next to Fire Station #2)

GERMANTOWN AREA SCHOOLS 14. GERMANTOWN HIGH SCHOOL W180 N11501 River Ln. 15. KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL W160 N11836 Crusader Ct. 16. AMY BELLE ELEMENTARY 3294 Willow Creek Rd. - Colgate 17. MACARTHUR ELEMENTARY W154 N11492 Fond du Lac Ave. 18. COUNTY LINE ELEMENTARY W159 N9939 Butternut Rd. 19. ROCKFIELD ELEMENTARY N132 W18473 Rockfield Rd. 20. ST. BONIFACE SCHOOL W204 N11968 Goldendale Rd.

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