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Recreation Guide SUMMER 2014

Registration Begins: Monday, April 14, 8 a.m. for Village & School District Residents Wednesday, April 16, 8 a.m. for Non-Residents See page 58 for details.

N112 W17001 Mequon Road, Germantown phone: 262-250-4710 fax: 262-255-2920

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2014 Summer Program Guide The Germantown Park & Recreation Department is At Your Service... OFFICE INFORMATION LOCATION GERMANTOWN VILLAGE HALL N112 W17001 Mequon Rd. OFFICE HOURS 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Monday thru Friday (Office is closed May 26 & July 4)

TELEPHONE (262) 250-4710 RECORDED (262) 250-4711 INFORMATION Call the Information Line FIRST LINE  for cancellation notices and updates. FAX NUMBER (262) 255-2920 or

(262) 253-8255

WEB SITE www.village.germantown.wi.us ONLINE REGISTRATION https://gtownrec.com parkrec@village.germantown.wi.us E-MAIL

RECREATION SUPERVISORS SECRETARIES

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

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!

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 and/or the web.

OFFICE STAFF DIRECTOR

Mission Statement

Justin Casperson Patti Heinen Joe Masiarchin Shannon Lemke Briana McNeal Jamie Kargus

Katie Rodger SENIOR CENTER COORDINATOR

Visit & Register Online At Our Web Site: www.village.germantown.wi.us

Details You Should Know... Before You Enroll! What do these symbols mean? First time offered, give it a try!

COMMISSION MEMBERS CHAIR TRUSTEE REPRESENTATIVE SCHOOL BOARD REPRESENTATIVE

Brian Medved

MEMBERS

Brian Depies Scott Coulthurst Wendy Knop Sheri Lieffring

A cooperative program agreement with other local recreation departments or agencies.

Tony Laszewski Terri Kaminski

MEMBERS OF

POPULAR PROGRAM Fills fast, register early! We recommend that you drop off or mail your registration form immediately. This class includes a T-shirt, please indicate size on your registration form. See page 30 for complete list of sizes available. If you sign up after the registration deadline you are not guaranteed a T-shirt.

FREE PROGRAM

Take advantage of our free programs/activities: Concerts in the Park, Movies in the Park, Family Campout and Health & Wellness Events.

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FACILITY FUND The Park and R e c r e a t i o n Department collects a nominal facility fee. These fees are 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.

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Table of Contents 2-3 Contact/General Information 4 Discounted Theme Park Tickets Tot & Youth Activities

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To A Better You! (Enrichment)

22-23 Youth Discovery, Legos, Mad Science 40 Therapy Dog Screenings, Cricut 101, Get Your Book Published, Keyboarding 41 Wood Carving, Soap Carving, Taming the High Cost of College 42 Clutter Coach, Beginning Guitar 43 Gardening

Youth Art Classes Traditional Playgrounds/Awesome August Summer Kids Klub Kids Workshops, Kids Cuisine Tyke Site & Tot Activities Safety Town, Babysitters Training Safety Programs Camp Invention, Poms Gymnastics Dance, Theatre

Forever Fit 20 38 39

Family Fun & Teen

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44-45 Trips & Tours Senior Activities

Tae Kwon Do, Self Defense Movies in the Park, Camp Out Community Band, Amazing Race Family Fun Carnival Night Family Dodgeball & Kickball, Disc Golf Teen Volunteer & Trips

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26-27 T-Ball, Baseball, Girls Softball 28 Basketball 29 Dodgeball, Wrestling, Sports Fitness, Outdoor Games 30 Volleyball Camps & Programs 31 Soccer 32-33 Tennis 34 Golf 35 Rock Climbing, Archery, Jiu-Jitsu, Adult Sports 36-37 Flag Football, Rugby, Adaptive Sports

51 Friends of Park & Recreation 52 Parks Directory 48-55 Community Events, Community Athletic Programs, Library, Historical Society, Policies

Registration Information & Forms

56 Night T-Ball, Football & Soccer Registration Form 57 General Registration Form 58 How to Register 59 Facilities Map

Movies in the Park

Frozen

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Gentle Fitness, Yoga Weekly Programs and Club Senior Computer Classes

General Information

Sports

➤ Friday, June 13 (Rated PG)

Health & Wellness Belly Dance, Zumba, Restore Your Core, Boot Camp Yoga Core, Total Body Stretch, P.U.L.S.E., 24-day Weight Loss

*See page 18 for additional information.

➤ Friday, July 25 (Rated PG) Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2

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➤ Friday, August 22 (Rated PG) The Lego Movie

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Theme Park Ticket Program Don’t delay... get your tickets for summer fun at the Germantown Park and Recreation Department and save $$$$.

Tickets may be purchased any weekday, Monday through Friday at the Germantown Recreation Office. Call the recreation office at 2504710 for further information. SPECIAL NOTE: *If using MasterCard/VISA/Discover, add $1.00 per ticket for credit card transactions. All sales are final, there are absolutely no refunds or exchanges. We do not honor any other discount promotions. *SALES WILL END ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 22.

Milwaukee County Zoo

Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park

The Milwaukee County Zoo features daily events. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL (414) 771-3040. SEE ZOO WEBSITE FOR HOURS: http://www.milwaukeezoo.org Adults/Seniors Child (ages 3-12) GATE PRICE $14.25 $11.25 OUR PRICE $10.50 (Save $3.75) $8.50 (Save $2.75)

www.mtolympuspark.com All-day unlimited pass includes all water and theme park activities. The park permits carry-in picnics pool side or in the picnic pavilions. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL (608) 254-2490. SEASON: May 24 to Sept. 1, 2014 HOURS: 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. GATE PRICE: $42.58 OUR PRICE: $23.50 (Savings of $19.28) Children 2 & under FREE TICKETS EXPIRE Sept. 1, 2014

Parking - $12.00/Car

Children 2 and under FREE

TICKETS EXPIRE December 31, 2014

Noah’s Ark Family Park All-day unlimited pass includes many family activities. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL (800) 222-6624. SEASON: May 24, 2014 to Sept. 1, 2014 HOURS: See website for hours noahsarkwaterpark.com GATE PRICE: $41.52 OUR PRICE: $31.25 (Savings of $10.27) Children 2 & under FREE TICKETS EXPIRE September 1, 2014

Six Flags Great America & Hurricane Harbor

FOR ADDITIONAL INFO CALL (847) 625-7518 SEASON: MAY 3, 2014 - OCT. 26, 2014 GATE PRICE OUR PRICE SINGLE ADMISSION $65.99/Adult $43.25/Adult (Savings of $22.74) Children 2 and under FREE. *WPRA WEEK $65.99/Adult *$33.25/Adult (July 5 - 13) (Savings of $32.74) *Special reduced priced WPRA WEEK tickets can only be used the week of July 5 - 13. We do not sell children’s tickets (children defined as under 48”).

Country Springs Water Park

May 19, 2014 - September 18, 2014 Monday - Thursday ADULT AND CHILD GATE PRICE: $15.00 OUR PRICE: $12.50 (Savings of $2.50) May 16, 2014 - September 21, 2014 Friday - Sunday ADULT AND CHILD GATE PRICE: $25.00 OUR PRICE: $19.50 (Savings of $5.50)

Chula Vista

Milwaukee Public Museum

LOST RIOS INDOOR & OUTDOOR WATER PARK

GATE PRICE OUR PRICE

200,000 sq. ft. with 27 waterslides, kiddie water playgrounds, wavepool & more! For additional info., call 608-254-8366. (There are no special child ticket prices.) GATE PRICE: OUR PRICE:

Children under 3 FREE - May 15 - Oct. 31, 2014

The Milwaukee Public Museum, one of the largest in the United States, is a museum of human and natural history providing a dynamic and stimulating environment for learning, with something to excite and challenge visitors with a diversity of interests.

$29.95 $19.95 (Savings of $10.00)

TICKETS EXPIRE September 1, 2014

Germantown Park & Recreation Department

Adults (ages 18+) Child (ages 3-17) $15.00 $11.00 $12.00 (Save $3) $9.00 (Save $2)

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Works of Art

Art Fun-damentals

Oodles of Art

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 2)

Parents or caregivers & children ages 11⁄2 - 4

Instructor: Tracy Miller

Art is fun! Have a great time exploring the basic concepts of art as you experiment with a variety of art materials and processes. Openended project ideas provide opportunities to let your imagination go wild! Create artwork that develops self-confidence and builds decision-making skills.

➤ Option 1: Tuesdays / 6 weeks

June 17 - July 29 (no class July 8) 114108-01 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. ➤ Option 2: Wednesdays / 6 weeks June 18 - July 30 (no class July 9) 114108-02 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. County Line School - Art Room #123

Instructors: Laura Wanek

A perfectly designed, age appropriate and hands-on art class for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Through sculpting, drawing, painting, songs, tactile time, story time and movement activities, your young child’s imagination will soar! There will be a 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.

➤ Option 1:

Thursdays / 4 weeks June 12 - July 10 (no class July 3) Ages 11⁄2 - 2 184202-03 9:30 - 10:25 a.m. Ages 3 - 41⁄2 184202-04 10:45 - 11:40 a.m. ➤ Option 2: Tuesdays / 4 weeks June 17 - July 8 Ages 11⁄2 - 2 184202-01 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. Ages 3 - 41⁄2 184202-02 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Dept. of Public Works Building (Lower level - enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. $35/Res., $40/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 4, Max. 6 Please register one week before program date

(use door #3, parking lot off of School Drive)

$25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $37/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 12, Max. 20 Register by: Monday, June 9

Art Adventure

Teen Art

Youth (Ingoing grades 3 - 5) Instructor: Tracy Miller

Youth (Ingoing grades 6 - 9)

Join in on the adventure! Challenge your creativity. Improve your observation and problem-solving skills as you discover new ways to work with art materials. Emphasis will be placed on expression and experiencing the enjoyment of creating art.

Instructor: Tracy Miller

➤ Option 1: Tuesdays / 6 weeks

June 17 - July 29 (no class July 8) 114108-03 10:15 - 11:30 a.m. ➤ Option 2: Wednesdays / 6 weeks June 18 - July 30 (no class July 9) 114108-04 10:15 - 11:30 a.m. County Line School - Art Room #123

➤ Wednesdays / 6 weeks

June 18 - July 30 (no class July 9) 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. 114108-05 County Line School - Art Room #123

(use door #3, parking lot off of School Drive)

(use door #3, parking lot off of School Drive)

$35/Res. & School Dist. Res., $50/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 12, Max. 20

$31/Res. & School Dist. Res., $46/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 12, Max. 20 Register by: Monday, June 9

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Are you a teen who can’t get enough Art? Looking for something fun and artistic to do over the summer? Join us for this awesome art class designed specifically for teens! This year, we will be creating both a realistic drawing using the grid technique, as well as producing two different outrageous sculptures with some very unusual materials! Register with a friend and bring along your creativity to make it fun!

Register by: Monday, June 9

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Kids Klub Programs Kids Klub, Playground, Awesome August

Traditional Playground - Half Day

General Notes & Policies

Coordinator: Jamie Kargus

• Field trips typically fall on Wednesdays. Awesome August field trips for week 1 will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and for week 2 will be Monday, Wednesday and Friday. • No refunds or credits will be given for pre-registered dates not attended. (see cancellation policy below.) • Summer K.K. & A.A. participants are required to bring their own bag lunch, beverage and snack daily. • Registering to attend Kids Klub on a field trip day should be done as early in the season as possible, field trips fill quickly. If you are registering late, we will make every attempt to make appropriate accommodations. However, NO registrations will be accepted after 4:00 p.m. the last business day before the field trip. All additions must be made by contacting the Recreation Department Office at 262-250-4710.

PLEASE NOTE:

There will be no traditional playgrounds on the days of trips, and only persons registered in the playground program are eligible, no “visitors”. Permission slips will be handed out a few days before the trips and will include date, times, location and cost.

Summer Kids Klub

CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellations will be accepted 11 business days prior to the individual date (not including the date you are cancelling) 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

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 6)

Over 120 hours of Fun Filled Activities! The Summer Playground Program provides an opportunity for children to take part in countless activities with only one intent in mind....FUN. Each week has a different theme and each day a different activity. Children are also given an opportunity to attend field trips including: bowling, swimming, a cookout and the zoo. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. Please save your receipt for tax purposes.

➤ Mondays thru Fridays / 8 weeks

(HH) NOTE: Additional nominal fees will be charged for field trips and special events. (No playgrounds will be held July 4.) Times for Aug. 8th 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. (NOT 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon for Farewell Party)

June 16 - August 8 Ingoing grades 1 - 6 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon Locations (pick one): County Line School MacArthur School Amy Belle School Rockfield School St. Boniface

HRes. & School Dist. Res.: $62/1st child, $57/each additional child HNon-res.: $87/1st child, $82/each additional child (Includes a T-shirt and arts and crafts supplies) Hours per participant: 120 (approx. $.50 per hour, not including field trip fees)

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Register by: Tuesday, May 27

AWESOME AUGUST - All Day

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 6) Awesome August will combine arts and crafts, games and sports, as well as passive activities. During each week we will be taking three field trips. This is not considered a daycare program. Participants are required to bring their own bag lunch, beverage and snack daily. Weekly program fees include field trips as well as more than 60 hours of FUN!!! A perfect way to squeeze in a little more summer excitement before the start of school. Visit www.village.germantown.wi.us for the registration form or register online. On registration form please indicate which days of the week you will be attending for both weeks (i.e., Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays). Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. Please save your receipt for tax purposes. Mondays – Fridays: August 18 - August 29 Kinderberg Park 115301-01 Firemen’s Park 115302-01 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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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.

ENROLLMENT: Min 20, Max 60 HOURS PER PARTICIPANT: 60 hrs per week (about $2.08 per hour INCLUDING 3 field trips) NON-FIELD TRIP DAY FEES: Res. & SDR: $25.25/first child, $20.25 ea. add. child, Non-res.: $30.25/first child, $25.25 ea. add. child FIELD TRIP DAY FEES: Res. & SDR: $30.25/first child, $25.25 ea. add. child, Non-res.: $35.25/first child, $30.25 ea. add. child T-SHIRTS: To order a second shirt for $8.00 include 115101-06 on your registration. *Spots will only be added after both sites are full. Register early to get your first choice!

* To see a full list of policies & procedures, please visit: www.village.germantown.wi.us and click on the Kids Klub page.

Visit www.village.germantown.wi.us for the registration form

Register by: Friday, May 16

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Kids Klub Programs

Summer Kids Klub

Summer Kids Klub & Traditional Playground Information Night & Ice Cream Social

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 6) Coordinator: Jamie Kargus

Summer Kids Klub is available for participants who seek the traditional playground experience but require full day supervision. This is not considered a daycare program. Each week has its own theme and each day has several planned activities. Participants are required to bring their own bag lunch, beverage and snack daily. Visit www.village.germantown.wi.us for the registration form or register online. On the registration form please indicate which days of the week you will be attending for the entire summer. Also, indicate your T-shirt size on registration form. Please save your receipt for tax purposes.

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, June 4 – 6  :30 - 8:00 p.m.* *please be ready to begin at 6:30 p.m. LOCATION: MacArthur School Library Parents will meet with Coordinator and Supervisor while children play games and do activities with this year’s leaders. No registrations will be taken on this night. Participants should be registered for Summer Kids Klub by May 16, 2014.

Mondays – Fridays: June 16 - August 15 will be held at schools, August 18 - August 29 will be held at Kinderberg, Spassland and Firemen’s Park and is called Awesome August.

Summer Kids Klub Field Trip Schedule

LOCATION: 5 sites to choose from (only choose one):

June 26 July 2 July 9 July 16 July 23 July 30 August 6 August 13

MacArthur Amy Belle Rockfield County Line St. Boniface 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. ENROLLMENT: Min 20, Max 30 HOURS PER PARTICIPANT: 60 hrs per week (about $1.75 per hour INCLUDING field trip) NON-FIELD TRIP DAY FEES: Res. & SDR: $21.25/first child, $16.25 ea. add. child, Non-res.: $26.25/first child, $21.25 ea. add. child FIELD TRIP DAY FEES: Res. & SDR: $26.25/first child, $21.25 ea. add. child, Non-res.: $31.25/first child, $26.25 ea. add. child T-SHIRTS: To order a second shirt for $8.00 include 115101-05 on your registration. Register by: Friday, May 16

Recreation Carnival (All Sites) ***Please note: This trip is on a THURSDAY! Wehr Nature Center (MAC, ROCK, BON) Cedarburg Pool (CL, AB) Cedarburg Pool (MAC, ROCK, BON) Wehr Nature Center (CL, AB) Play & Chuck-E-Cheese (All Sites) Fox Brook Park (MAC, ROCK, BON) Swing Time Golf (CL, AB) Swing Time Golf (MAC, ROCK, BON) Fox Brook Park (CL, AB) Wirth Park Pool (MAC, ROCK, BON) Boat & Sprecher Tour (CL, AB) Boat & Sprecher Tour (MAC, ROCK, BON) Wirth Park Pool (CL, AB)

NOTE: Field trips are tentative and subject to change depending on availability.

Visit www.village.germantown.wi.us for the registration form

Adventure Kids Klub - All Day Summer Kids Klub’s ingoing 5th and 6th graders will have the opportunity to participate in some extra, exciting, and excellent off-site activities!!! This special program is available to all 5th and 6th graders signed up for Summer Kids Klub on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays throughout the summer, and will run between the hours of 9:15 a.m. and 4:15 p.m. No special registration required... by registering for Kids Klub, you will automatically be registered for Adventure Kids Klub! We are excited to announce that the 5th and 6th graders in attendance on those days will be taken to area parks, close attractions, and sometimes even places of their choosing!

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Examples include: swimming at Menomonee Park, fishing at Wiedenbach Park, movie and video games at DPW, minigolf, Jackson Splash Park, and many more!!! All activities are included in the daily registration fee, unless otherwise noted (2 larger trips throughout the summer will require a field trip fee). This is an awesome opportunity to give the 5th and 6th grade participants some special privileges, and a bit more choice in their summer activities, while allowing them to hang out with 5th and 6th graders from all sites at the same time! What better way to meet new friends and have a blast at the same time?!! We are very happy to provide this program, and hope you’ll enjoy the benefits it brings to your child!

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Kids Workshops / Cooking

W-W-W- Wipeout!!!

Kids Cuisine

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 5) Register today to try your luck at Wipeout! Tackle the Big Red Balls, avoid the Squigies, and try to beat the Sweepers, as you work your way through our Wipeout obstacle course. But, watch out for flying objects, foam, silly string, and many more gooey obstacles as you attempt to set the winning time! Bring all your friends and see who will be the first to the platform in Germantown Rec. Dept.’s summer Wipeout challenge!!! TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - SEE PAGE 24 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 6) Instructor: Amy Heinen

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. TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED SEE PAGE 24. ➤ Tuesdays / 5 weeks July 15 - August 12 Ingoing grades 1 - 3: 5:15 - 6:15 p.m. 114305-01 Ingoing grades 4 - 6: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. 114305-02

➤ Friday, July 18

9:30 - 12 Noon 114602-02 1:00 - 3:30 p.m. 114602-03 Kinderberg Park multi-purpose room (Parking available on

Buckthorn & Preserve Parkway.)

 27/Res. & School Dist. Res., $39/Non-res. $ Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Dr. (next to Station #2) Enrollment: Min. 8, Max. 12

Fees: $17.90/Res., $26.34/Non-res & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 20, Max. 50 Register by: Monday, July 7

Register by: Tuesday, July 8

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BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL KIDS KLUB PROGRAM Germantown Kids Klub is a before and after school program that 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. Guest speakers from the following agencies: The Council, 4-H, and UW-Extension Nutrition will be incorporated. Extra field trips may be planned. Look for registration forms and other policies online at our web site (www. village.germantown.wi.us) beginning mid July. Program will also be listed in the Fall/Winter brochure to be mailed to residents in early August.

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LOCATIONS: MacArthur, Amy Belle, Rockfield, County Line and St. Boniface Schools

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Tyke Site

Tyke Site Programs

The Tyke Site Programs provide an opportunity for children ages 4 & 5 (by September 1, 2014) to take part in countless activities to prepare them for an all day 4K or 5K school experience. The Tyke Site program is designed to provide the younger child with a wide variety of activities to help them develop socially, mentally, and physically. Each week has a different theme and each day a variety of different activities. Both programs incorporate activities including story, snack, rest time, arts and crafts, academic based activities, music, and games. Participants must be able to care for themselves in a group setting (able to use restroom facilities and wash hands). If also registered for Safety Town, staff will take children to Safety Town and return after. START DATES OF TRADITIONAL TYKE SITE AND TYKE SITE PLUS IS DEPENDENT ON SCHOOL RELEASE DATE.

Traditional Tyke Site

Tyke Site PLUS - All Day

Youth (Ages 4 and 5) This 3-hour program is full of activities including story time, games, arts and crafts and music. Participants are welcome to bring a snack. Teen volunteers needed, call Rec. Dept. at 250-4710.

Tyke Site PLUS provides the same traditional Tyke Site experience but for those who require full day supervision. Tyke Site PLUS children are given an opportunity to attend field trips such as: Betty Brinn Children’s Museum and the Zoo. Participants are required to bring their own bag lunch, beverage, and snack daily along with rest time materials (blanket or mat). This is not considered a daycare program.

➤ Mondays & Wednesdays / 8 weeks June 16 - August 6 115201-01 Register by: Monday, June 9 ➤ Tuesdays & Thursdays / 8 weeks June 17 - August 7 115201-02 Register by: Monday, June 9

Dates/Location: June 16 - August 15 will be held at County Line School, August 18 - August 29 will be held at St. Boniface School. Days: Monday - Friday Times: 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Hours Per Participant: 60 hours per week (about $1.75 per hour) Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 24 Fee: Non-Field Trip Days: Res. & School Dist. Res.: $21.25/first child, $16.25/each add. child; Non-res.: $26.25/ first child, $21.25/each add. child Fee: Field Trip Days: Res. & School Dist. Res.: $26.25/ first child, $21.25/each add. child; Non-res.: $31.25/first child, $26.25/each add. child T-Shirts: Shirts will be provided for field trips and must be worn on all field trip days.

9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon • County Line School (new location) Res. & School Dist. Res.: $62/first child, $56/ea. add. child, Non-res.: $92/first child, $86/ea. add. child Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 23/session REGISTRATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED NOW!

Tyke Site Information Night & Ice Cream Social DATE:@ Thursday, May 29 TIME:@ 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. (please be ready to begin at 6:30 p.m. Further breakdown below.) LOCATION: County Line Elementary School - Library The Rec. Department will be hosting an ice cream social night for Tyke Site PLUS and Traditional Tyke Site families to attend before the program starts! • The parents will be attending an informational meeting while the children play games with the Tyke Site leaders. • Also, the meeting will provide an opportunity for families to bring in their rubbermaid bins, forms, and supplies that will be needed for the summer program. This meeting will be a wonderful opportunity for the children, families, and leaders to meet and greet each other while enjoying an ice cream treat! The informational meeting will give families a chance to hear about Tyke Site, fill out important forms, and learn about new policies and changes that have been made to the summer program. There will be a question and answer session for families to have their questions answered prior to the start of the program. We want to start the summer off with an open line of communication and help the transition into the program go as smoothly as possible for the children and their families! *** No registrations will be taken on this night. Participants should be registered for Tyke Site PLUS by May 16, 2014.

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Tot Activities

Gymboree Programs Gymboree Toddlers

(Parents or caregivers & children ages 12 - 24 months) We’ll focus on enhancing gross motor skills, increasing self-esteem (Yes, I did it!) and developing social skills. In weeks 1 & 2 we’ll explore on & off and circles and in weeks 3 & 4 we will focus on over, under & through and hard & soft with specially designed games, songs, and activities. We’ll top the class with our signature parachute time and, of course, lots of our patented bubbles! 10:15 - 10:45 a.m. 184603-01

Gymboree Explorers

(Parents or caregivers & children ages 2 - 3) We’ll use our imaginations to make themes such as beach party, jungle safari, camping and baseball come to life with our specially designed games, songs and activities. Your child’s creative thinking skills, gross motor skills, and social skills will get a boost in this class. We’ll top the class with our signature parachute time and, of course, lots of bubbles! 9:30 - 10:00 a.m. 184603-02

Miss Julie’s Music Fun Classes (Parents or caregivers & children ages 1 - 5) Instructor: Julie Thompson is a performer, recording artist, and children’s author.

We will explore music, movement, finger plays, stories and 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! Tuesdays / 3 weeks 10:00 - 10:45 a.m. ➤ Option 1: June 17 - July 1 184211-01 ➤ Option 2: July 8 - July 22 184211-02 Faith Lutheran Church, W172 N11187 Division Road $30/Res., $45/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 6

Gymboree Preschoolers

Please register one week before program date

(Children ages 3 - 5; parents or caregivers must stay with child) We will focus on developing sport skills including themes such as my pets, kitchen helpers, backyard fun and zoo with fun activities and props. We’ll also focus on essential skills for school readiness including sharing, listening, taking turns, and cooperation. 11:00 - 11:30 a.m. 184603-03

➤ Tuesdays / 4 weeks

May 20 - June 10 Dept. of Public Works Building (Lower Level - Enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. $36/Res., $41/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 6 Register by: Tuesday, May 13

Dinosaur Train

Think Tink

Youth (*Ages 3 - 5)

Youth (*Ages 3 - 5)

Instructor: Gail Sacharski & Teen Volunteers

Instructor: Gail Sacharski & Teen Volunteers

Fly to your heart – where fairy dreams come true... spend a day in fantasy flight and imagine being a fairy. We will create sparkly, fun projects including a fairy wand. Projects and snacks provided~ just come ready to become Tink-a-riffic! TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED, SEE PAGE 24. Tuesday, July 15 ➤ Option 1: 2:00 - 3:15 p.m. 114601-01 ➤ Option 2: 3:45 - 5:00 p.m. 114601-02 Kinderberg Park multi-purpose room (Parking available on Buckthorn & Preserve Parkway.) $13/Res., $18/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 12, Max. 20 (*) Must be 3 years old. Participants must be able to care for themselves in a group setting (able to use restroom facilities and wash hands).

All Aboard! Have the Conductor punch your ticket and climb aboard the Dinosaur Train for a trip back through time. Join the Pteranodon family as they learn about the plant and meat eaters and discover dinosaurs through prehistoric ages. Munch a dino snack and rock some earthshaking games. It will be a ROARIN’ good time! TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED, SEE PAGE 24. ➤ Tuesday, August 5 Option 1: 2:00 - 3:15 p.m. 114601-05 Option 2: 3:45 - 5:00 p.m. 114601-06 Kinderberg Park multi-purpose room (Parking available on Buckthorn & Preserve Parkway.) $13/Res., $18/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 12, Max. 20 (*) Must be 3 years old. Participants must be able to care for themselves in a group setting (able to use restroom facilities and wash hands).

Register by: Tuesday, July 8

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Safety First

Safety Town

Attention Teens! Safety Town Volunteers Needed

Youth (Ingoing *Kindergarten (K5) & Grade 1) Instructors: Kelly Baran & Missy Schmidt

Teens (Ages 12 - 18) NOTE: Registrations have been accepted since February. Openings still exist for all sessions.

Learning about safety is fun at “Safety Town”. This unique co-educational pre-school program creates a childsize city where children use Kett Cars to learn about road and pedestrian safety. Fire protection, poison prevention, Charlie Checkfirst and stranger awareness are some of the topics stressed by qualified teachers, a police officer, firefighters, guest instructors and teen volunteers. This program is co-sponsored by the Germantown Police Department, Mom’s Club of Germantown East, UW-Washington County Extension, Youth Futures and the Germantown Park & Recreation Department.

Germantown teens are being sought to assist the Safety Town staff June 16 - June 27 (Mondays - Fridays / 2 weeks). The teens will assist with the instruction of ingoing kindergartners & 1st graders in a wide variety of safety topics. Volunteering for this community program is a very worthwhile and rewarding experience. Teens must register to volunteer for Safety Town by Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Volunteer forms can be obtained at the Recreation Department or on-line. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. A letter of confirmation will be sent after the registration deadline. The maximum number of teens needed per session is 18. Photo courtesty of Germantown NOW

A commitment to helping for 1 of the 3 sessions listed above for the entire program is requested. A mandatory orientation meeting for volunteers will be held on Monday, June 9th from 4:00 - 4:45 p.m. (1st time volunteers will need to attend from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.) at the Germantown Village Hall. A teen volunteer expectations contract will need to be signed by teen and parent and will be sent with confirmation letters.

NOTE: Parents should plan on attending the first 15 minutes of the first class for orientation. If also registered for Tyke Site PLUS, staff will take children to Tyke Site and return after.

➤ Mondays - Fridays / 2 weeks

June 16 - June 27 Session I: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 114403-01 Session II: 10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 114403-02 Session III: 1:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. 114403-03 County Line Elementary School, Rooms 133 & 136 (use west entrance by gym, door #6) Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 35/session $42.50/Res. & School Dist. Res., $58.50/Non-res. (*)Must be registered for the 2014-2015 (K5) kindergarten school year. Register by: Friday, May 9 This is a popular program & usually fills up fast.

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Babysitters Training Youth (Ages 11 - 15)

This class features 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 to become certified. Participants should bring a bag lunch or snack to class. ➤ Option I: Sat., May 31 114406-01 ➤  Option 2: Sat., June 21 114406-02 ➤ Option 3: Sat., July 19 114406-03 ➤ Option 4: Tues., Aug. 5 114406-04 ➤  Option 5: Sat., Aug. 16 114406-05 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Dr. (Next to Station #2) $50/Res., $60/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Enrollment: Min. 8, Max. 14 Please register one week before program date

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Safety First

Don’t Be Bullied

Basic First Aid For Kids

Youth (Ages 4 – 14) Instructor: Sensei Stan

Instructor: Member of the Germantown Fire Department

Youth (Ages 8 - 13)

This class will boost your child’s self-confidence as they learn several defensive skills, strategies, and basic karate techniques to help keep them safe from bullies. The focus here is on AVOIDING trouble with a bully BEFORE it escalates into a physical confrontation. This class is taught in a FUN way that your kids will LOVE! The instructor has over 30 years of martial arts, self defense and safety experience.

➤Wednesday, June 18 5:45 - 6:35 p.m.

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Menomonee Falls Community Center, Room 106 W152 N8645 Margaret Rd. $10/Res., $12/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 15

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Germantown Fire Station #2 N115 W19852 Edison Dr. (next to Survive Alive House) $6/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 8 Register by: Monday, May 26

Firefighters Are Your Friends

Register by: Wednesday, June 11

Parents & Children Ages 3 - Kindergarten

Instructor: Member of the Germantown Fire Department

Come spend some time with your friendly firefighters! See their clothes, what they drive and even eat! Parents must stay for class. Thursday, May 8  :00 - 7:00 p.m.­ 6

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 ermantown Fire Station #2 G N115 W19852 Edison Dr. (next to Survive Alive House) $6/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 10 Register by: Thursday, May 1

Hunter Education Safety Course

Learn Not To Burn Program©

Adults & Youth (Ages 10+) Sponsored by: 25 Sportsmen Club “Promoting Outdoors Since 1944”

Parents & Children Ages *4 - 7

Instructor: Member of the Germantown Fire Dept., Public Education Committee

One out of every five people will be involved in a fire in their lifetime. 80% of all deaths and injuries from fire are children under the age of 12. Using the Learn Not to Burn Program© developed by the National Fire Protection Assoc., students will learn the basics of fire safety and burn prevention. Stories, talks, songs, videos and activities are used by firefighters to introduce the children to fire safe behaviors that could save their lives if they’re involved in a fire. The course is organized so a student can attend all or some of the sessions - you choose! Students that attend at least four (4) sessions will receive a personalized certificate. Sponsored by the Germantown Fire Department.

➤ Thursdays / 4 weeks July 24 - Aug. 14 174401-01 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Dr. (Next to Station #2) $11/Res., $16/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 12 (*) Must be age 4 by start of program.

Register by: Thursday, July 17

Germantown Park & Recreation Department

This course will consist of five, 2-1/2 hour classes and field day to follow on Saturday, August 9th. Course will cover responsibilities of hunting equipment, handling firearms safely, wildlife identification and management, marksmanship and outdoor skills. Field day will consist of outdoor skill testing plus marksmanship. Students will be able to shoot trap and shoot .22’s at a firing range as part of the course. The class size is limited to the first 25 students. Sign up starts June 1st. Contact DNR for a customer ID# at 1-888936-7463. This is required to complete the course. To sign up or for more information contact Dave at 262-628-0606. (This program is not affiliated with the Germantown Park & Recreation Department.) www.25sportsmen.net ➤ Wednesdays, July 9 - Aug. 6 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Dr. (next to Station #2) Fee: $10.00

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Tae Kwon Do / Self Defense

Introduction to Tae Kwon Do Beginner Level Course

Youth (Ages 4 - 11) / Familes (Ages 4 & up) Head Instructor Duke Lee & Instructor Assistants

INTRO TO TAE KWON DO FOR KIDS In this entertaining and interactive course, children learn invaluable life skills such as listening skills, respect for others, focus and concentration, confidence, and self discipline. Physical Tae Kwon Do techniques and conditioning put these skills to practice as well. INTRO TO TAE KWON DO FOR FAMILIES Looking for a family activity that will also keep you in great shape? Try Tae Kwon Do with the entire family. This offering is a combination of our children’s program along with cardio, strength training, flexibility exercises, and Tae Kwon Do curriculum for beginners. What to Bring/Wear?...Comfortable workout clothes; long pants preferred. A J.K. Lee T-shirt will be provided (included in price). Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. Each option below allows for your child or family to attend (3) classes each week that fit within your busy schedule during the session. Classes to choose from each week are as follows: FOR KIDS: Mondays 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. or 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays 12:00 - 1:00 p.m., 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. or 7:30 - 8:20 p.m. Wednesdays 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. or 6:30 - 7:20 p.m. Thursdays 12:00 - 1:00 p.m., 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. or 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Fridays 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. or 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Saturdays 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. or 10:15 - 11:10 a.m. FOR FAMILIES: Mondays 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. or 7:30 - 8:20 p.m. Wednesdays 6:30 - 7:20 p.m. Thursdays 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. or 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Fridays 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Saturdays 10:15 - 11:10 a.m. ➤ Option 1: May Session Kids Families Mon., May 5 - Sat., May 17 393203-05 393203-10 ➤ Option 2: June Session Mon., June 9 - Thurs., June 26* 193203-01 193203-04 *Additional days due to school closing June 19, 20, 21 ➤ Option 3: July Session Mon., July 7 - Sat., July 19 193203-02 193203-05 ➤ Option 4: August Session Mon., Aug. 11 - Sat., Aug. 23 193203-03 193203-06

EZ Defense for Women Women (Ages 16+) Instructor: Sensei Stan

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

➤Wednesday, June 18

6:45 - 8:00 p.m. 143204-01

Menomonee Falls Community Center, Room 106 W152 N8645 Margaret Rd. $19/Res., $23/Non-Res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 15 *16-17 yr. olds must be accompanied by an adult

Register by: Wednesday, June 11

FEES: Kids: *$20/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Families: *$45/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Note: A private testing for your graduation to White Belt will be scheduled with your Instructor after your session is completed. J.K. Lee Germantown - N112 W15800 W. Mequon Road 262-345-6688 *Fee includes training, J. K. Lee T-shirt, White Belt, beginner handbook and certificate Enrollment: No maximum Note: Participation is only allowed once for this introductory course. T-shirts guaranteed for those registered two weeks prior. Please register one week before program date.

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Camp Invention / Poms

Pom Pon Camp

Where big ideas become the next big thing.

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 5)

Instructor: Mareta Prill & Germantown Rec Poms Staff

Only at Camp InventIOn. Camp Invention inspires confidence in curious children like yours. Not just for a day or a week, but for a lifetime.

A great opportunity for the young pom pon enthusiast to learn basic skills including kicks, floor moves, floor patterns, arm positions, turns and marching. Each child will learn a routine with all work choreographed to music. For more info., visit http://germantownrecreationpoms. shutterfly.com. Please indicate T-shirt size and if you need poms on registration form. What to Bring?...*Poms, tennis shoes and smiles. ➤ Monday - Friday July 7 - July 11 Ingoing: Grades 2 & 3: 8:30 - 9:30 a.m 112402-01 Grade 1: 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. 112402-02 Grades 4 - 5: 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. 112402-03 Germantown High School Main Gym $40.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $58.25/Non-res. (Includes a T-shirt) (*) Poms available for purchase through instructor. $10.00/set E  nrollment: Min. 10, Max. 25 per class

Brought to your community by local educators.

Kennedy Middle School July 21–24, 2014

At Morphed! this summer, children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Register by: Thursday, June 26

In partnership with

the United States Patent and Trademark Office, an Agency of the Department of Commerce

Camp Invention

Pixie & Pixie Dust Pom Pon Camp

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 6) Led by local educators, the weeklong Camp Invention program immerses elementary school children in exciting hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Featured activities include building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct an epic insect-themed pinball machine. Each lesson explores connections between science, technology, engineering and innovation. For more information, call 800.968.4332 or visit www.campinvention.org. ➤ Monday - Friday July 21 - July 25 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 114117-01 KMS Cafeteria & Classrooms (meet in cafeteria, use south entrance) Spring into Summer Registration Rate - if you register BY May 9th: $220.00/Res. & School Dist. Res. & Nonres. If you register AFTER May 10th, fees will be: $235/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 35, Max. 110

REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED IMMEDIATELY FOR THIS PROGRAM Register by: Tuesday, July 1

Germantown Park & Recreation Department

Instructor: Mareta Prill & Germantown Rec Poms Staff

To qualify to be in Pixie/ Dust 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 the fall and spring sessions. Pixie Dust is for 1st/2nd graders. For more info., visit http://gtownrecpoms. shutterfly.com. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. Pixies & Dust will be performing in August at the WI State Fair. ➤ Monday - Friday June 16 - June 20 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. 112402-05 Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria $45/Res. & School Dist. Res., $63/Non-res. (Includes a T-shirt) Register by: Thursday, June 5

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Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Youth (Ages *2 & up) (*) Must be indicated age by start of class. Coordinator: Tina Niemeyer

Instruction is offered in the areas of vault, beam and floor exercise. What to Wear?... Leotards or T-shirt with shorts. Choose 1 day Tuesday class or Thursday class or our 2 day option (classes on Tues. & Thurs.). IF SIGNING UP FOR 2 DAY OPTION, REMEMBER TO SIGN UP USING BOTH COURSE NUMBERS IN THE SAME TIME SLOT.

Parent Tot

Kindergym

(Ages *2 with 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.

(Ages *4 & 5 or ingoing kindergarten) Students will develop listening and coordination skills along with basic work on all apparatus.

Totnastics (Age *3) Tots are encouraged to learn new physical skills on the various gymnastics apparatus and beginning tumbling skills to develop self-confidence along with listening skills, coordination, strength and balance. Parents are required to stay and watch but need not participate.

➤ Tuesdays and/OR Thursdays / 6 weeks June 17 - July 31 (no class July 1 & 3) Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria CLASS TIMES TUESDAYS THURSDAYS Parent Tot 6:30 - 7:00 p.m. 112101-09 112101-10 Totnastics 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. 112101-01 112101-11 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. 112101-02 112101-12 1 day a week fee: $21.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $35.25/Non-res. 2 day a week fee: $32.50/Res. & School Dist. Res., $60.50/Non-res.

Enrollments vary by class - Register Early

Dynamic Twist (Ingoing grades 1 - 3)

Students will continue to learn new skills, with more emphasis on strength and flexibility.

Kippers (Ingoing 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. CLASS TIMES TUESDAYS THURSDAYS Kindergym 5:15 - 6:00 p.m. 112101-03 112101-13 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. 112101-04 112101-14 Dynamic Twist 5:15 - 6:00 p.m. 112101-06 112101-15 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. 112101-07 112101-16 Kippers 5:15 - 6:00 p.m. 112101-08 112101-17 1 day a week fee: $32.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $41.25/Non-res. 2 day a week fee: $44.50/Res. & School Dist. Res., $62.50/Non-res.

Register by: Tuesday, June 3

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Dance / Theatre

“Enchanted” Theater Dance

Children’s Dance Programs Youth (Ages *3 & up)

Instructors: Katie Rhyme & Karen Zakrzewski, Dance Revolution Milwaukee

Youth & Adult (Ingoing grade 1 to 12) Instructor: April Marquardt

Dancers and non-dancers welcome! This class is designed for students to learn the basic steps and combinations to be performed during the production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Junior. What to Bring/Wear???... Participants should wear loose clothing that allows for movement. No flip flops please. Tennis shoes (or any dance shoes (ballet, jazz, or tap) should be worn/brought.

PRE-BALLET (Ages 3 - 4) - Created especially for pre-schoolers! Class includes a warm-up, stretching and strengthening exercises as well as fundamentals like basic motor skills, rhythmic and elementary ballet steps. The unique melodies and memorable lyrics make this ballet class a fun experience for your young child! Ballet shoes are required. 3:00 - 3:30 p.m. 112202-01 3:30 - 4:00 p.m. 112202-02 Enrollment: Min. 7, Max. 12

➤ Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

J une 24 - July 3 / 12 weeks AND Tuesday - Friday: July 15 - 1:30-5:00 p.m. July 16 - 8:30-11:30 a.m. Dress rehearsal. July 17 - call time 5 p.m. for 6:30 p.m. show July 18 - call time 5 p.m. for 6:30 p.m. show Ingoing grades 1 - 2: 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 a.m. 114206-10 Ingoing grades 3 - 12: 11:00 a.m. - 12 Noon 114206-11 Germantown High School Stage $33.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $48.25/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 30

BALLET & TAP (Ages 5 - 8) - Children will learn the basics of ballet, tap and jazz. The delightful music will help children remember and execute the dances. Dancing has never been this easy or fun…Your kids will love it! Tap and Ballet shoes required. 4:00 - 4:45 p.m. (Ages 5 & 6) 112202-03 4:45 - 5:30 p.m. (Ages 7 & 8) 112202-04 Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 15 HIP HOP (Ages 8 and up) - Are you ready to get funky? Our Hip Hop class is appropriate and fun for younger dancers! Includes some break dance moves and new ways of making hip hop a blast! Bring tennis shoes and water bottle. 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. 112202-05 Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 15 What to Wear?... Leotards or T-shirt with shorts, spandex or sweat pants. Please no clothing with zippers, belt buckles or jewelry. Long hair must be tied back. Session will end with parents watching day.

Register by: Monday, June 16

It’s All An Act! Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 4)

➤ Mondays / 8 weeks

Instructor: Karen Shaska

June 16 - August 4 Preferred Fitness Studio Room N112 W15800 Mequon Rd. $35/Res. & School Dist. Res., $50/Non-res. *Must be indicated age by start of program.

Your child’s imagination will allow him or her to develop a character. The emphasis is on cooperating in small groups while learning about basic acting skills. This year the students will be included in the major production, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Junior.

Register by: Monday, June 9

➤ Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays June 24 – July 3 / 2 weeks AND July 15 - 3:30 - 5 p.m. July 16 - 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. Dress rehearsal. July 17 - call time 5:00 for 6:30 show July 18 - call time 5:00 for 6:30 show Ingoing grades 1 & 2: 11:00 a.m. - 12 Noon 114206-01 Ingoing grades 3 & 4: 12:15 - 1:15 p.m. 114206-02 Germantown High School Stage $33.25/Res. & School Dist Res., $48.25/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 8, Max. 20 Register by: Monday, June 16

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Germantown Children’s Theatre Specialty Acting Class: Wolves

Germantown Children’s Theatre presents:

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Junior

Youth (Ingoing grades 3 - 10) Instructor: Karen Shaska

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Junior includes several dramatic scenes with wolves. During this class the student will learn how to enhance the play by portraying a wolf. Movement is only part of the character – students will also design their own wolf face and learn the techniques used to do animal makeup. Class participants have the option to play the part of a wolf during the Beauty and the Beast show.

➤ Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday *July 8, 9, 10 Ingoing grades 3 - 5: 11:00 a.m. - 12 Noon 114206-06 Ingoing grades 6 - 10: 12:15 - 1:15 p.m. 114206-07 *Those that wish to be wolves in the performance must be available during production week: Tuesday, July 15 - 3:30-5 p.m. Wednesday, July 16 - 8:30-11:30 a.m. Dress rehearsal Thursday, July 17 - call time 5 p.m. for 6:30 p.m. show Friday, July 18 - call time 5 p.m. for 6:30 p.m. show

Youth (Ingoing grades 5 & up) Directors: Karen Shaska and April Marquardt

Join us as GCT presents Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Junior. Participants will learn basic acting techniques, basic theater dance and the elements of stage production. Everyone who signs up will be in the cast, but those who attend auditions will be considered for a solo speaking or singing role. Please wear shoes - no flip flops! Note: All students must be in attendance the entire production week (July 14, 15, 16, 17, 18). Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. For grades 5 and up we will only order adultsized T-shirts.

➤ Ingoing grades 5 - 7:

➤ Ingoing grades 8 and up: 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. 114206-03 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. 114206-04 Rehearsals: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays June 17 - July 18 Production Week Dress Rehearsals (MANDATORY for all cast members): Mon., July 14: 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Tues., July 15: 1:30 – 5:00 p.m. Wed., July 16: 8:30 a.m. – 12 Noon (dress rehearsal) Thurs., July 17: 5:00 - 8:15 p.m. Fri., July 18: 5:00 - 8:15 p.m. Show Times: July 17 & 18, 6:30 p.m. at Germantown High School Stage $65/Res. & School Dist. Res., $75/Non-res. (includes T-shirt) Enrollment: Min. 8, Max. 20 (ea. grade level)

Germantown High School Stage $16.25/Res. & School Dist Res., $21.25/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 4, Max. 12 Register by: Tuesday, July 1

Register by: Wednesday, June 4

Auditions for Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Junior (leading roles/speaking or solo parts) Thursday, June 12 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. - GHS Stage Pick up audition packet from Germantown Rec. Department beginning June 10th. Please plan to attend the entire time.

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Junior Thurs., July 17 and Fri., July 18 Germantown High School Stage *(Auxiliary Gym) 6:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Adults: $3.00. Children (14 and under): $2.00. 2 & under: Free. Groups welcome. For more information, contact the Germantown Rec. Department at 250-4710 * Due to summer construction projects, please verify location on our website at www.village.germantown.wi.us

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Family Fun FREE PROGRAM

Movies in the Park

*Youth and Adult Come and join the Recreation Department for a night at the movies in Kinderberg Park. Bring your sleeping bags, lawn chairs or blankets and settle in for an evening of free entertainment. Movies will begin at dusk. Make sure you visit our concession stand to purchase your popcorn, pizza, soda & snacks. Attendance is free with a non-perishable food donation to the St. Boniface Food Pantry. TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED, SEE PAGE 24. *Children ages 8 and under MUST be accompanied by an adult.

➤ Friday, June 13 (Rated PG) Frozen

➤ Friday, July 25 (Rated PG) Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2

➤ Friday, August 22 (Rated PG) The Lego Movie

Movie begins at approximately 8:15 p.m. Be in park no later than 8:00 p.m. In case of inclement weather, call our hotline at 250-4711 after 4:30 p.m. for site and date details. NO PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Kinderberg Park - Parking available on Buckthorn and Preserve Parkway. It is the parent’s responsibility to determine what movies are appropriate for their children.

FREE PROGRAM

Family Camp Out

Parents and their Children This overnight excursion encourages families to bring their tents and enjoy outdoor living close to home. Activities include games for all ages, a bonfire, arts and crafts, a flashlight candy hunt and a continental breakfast. Participants will also be taking part in the July 25th Movies in the Park. Space is limited so sign up early. If Movies in the Park is cancelled, the Family Camp Out will also be cancelled. What to bring... Participants must supply their own camping equipment.

➤ Friday & Saturday July 25 - 26 166101-01 Set-up: 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. Check-in starts at: 5:00 p.m. Pack-up: 8:30 a.m. FREE - Pre-registration required. Kinderberg Park (Parking available on Buckthorn & Preserve Parkway) All family members need to register. Enrollment: Min. 50, Max. 200 Register by: Friday, July 18

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Community Band / Family Outings

Germantown Community Band

Instrumentalists (Ranging from ingoing grade 9 to Adults) Instructor: James P. Barnes, GHS Director of Bands

The Germantown Community Band will provide a unique opportunity for instrumental musicians to come together, rehearse and perform a wide variety of music. The season includes 5 rehearsals and “Concerts in the Park” performances as well as 5 rehearsals in winter for the December holiday performance at GHS. For more information, visit: http://web. me.com/gtownbands/site/welcome NOTE: Members should have playing experience with music at the high school level or should be presently enrolled as a high school band member.

FREE PROGRAM

The Germantown Community Band Presents

Concerts in the Park Wednesday Evenings

Youth (Ages 5 - 18) & Adults Coordinator: Jamie Kargus

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➤ Rehearsals: Mondays 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. 134207-01 June 16, 23, 30, July 7, 21, 28, Aug. 4 Germantown High School Band Room 158 ➤ Performances Wednesday evenings - 7:00 p.m. July 9, July 23, August 6 Firemen’s Park (open to the public; If rain, concert will be held in the KMS Gym) Fee: $22.50/Res. & School Dist. Res., $29.50/Non-res. New members need to purchase a performance polo shirt, (one time cost, include $23 with payment, size 2XL is $25). Enrollment: Max. 100 (may be adjusted to balance instrumentation)

The Amazing Race

Concerts begin at 7:00 p.m. at Firemen’s Park (If rain, concert will be held in the KMS Gym.) Bring a lawn chair and enjoy some great music. For more information about the Germantown Community Band, please contact Jim Barnes at gtownbands@ gmail.com

Register by: Monday, June 9

Calling all the SPEEDY and CLEVER residents of Germantown… “The Amazing Race” throughout the Village of Germantown is awaiting YOU! Teams of adults and children will have to think and act quickly as they read clues and perform fun tasks while exploring the different areas of Germantown. We may not be crossing continents or taking weeks on this adventure, but the race will be overflowing with fun for the whole family! Register early to make sure your team can compete in this family friendly edition of “The Amazing Race!” Registration fee includes team shirts (shirts not guaranteed for late registrations). Clues will be throughout the village and teams are responsible for their own transportation. ➤Friday, August 1 166102-01 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Begins at Kinderberg Park $9.75/Res., $14.75/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. per person Enrollment: Min. 15 teams, Max. 50 teams (teams to be made up of children and adults) Register by: July 11

Become a Partner with the Germantown Community Band!!! We are looking for individuals, businesses and organizations to support the GCB by making a donation to help defray the operating costs of the organization. If you are interested in becoming a partner ($5.00 or more), please contact the Germantown Recreation Department at 250-4710 for more information.

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Special congratulations to last year’s Amazing Race Winner: The Seramur Team!

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Health, Wellness & Family Activities

Family Fun Carnival Night

Instructor: Dr. Brenda Holland, Chiropractic Company

Bring the family out to Firemen’s Park for some Big Top fun right in your own backyard! Come and go as you please during the hours of operation! More excitement than you can imagine awaits you… we have all the best carnival style games- Ring Toss, Can Smash, Quarter Drop; all the coolest inflatables- Bounce Houses, Bounce Obstacle Courses, Human Spheres; carnival themed music; carnival style prizes, and carnival style food- cotton candy, sno cones, hot dogs, and popcorn! Oh, but wait- did we mention the DUNK TANK!!!??? Can you score on the ring toss, beat everyone on the speed pitch, or have the fastest time in the bounce obstacle course? We think so! Each activity costs only 50 cents, and food is also available for purchase!

➤ Wednesdays

➤ Thursday, June 26

FREE PROGRAM

Health & Wellness Events Adults (Ages 18+)

Germantown Community Library FREE - pre-registration required! Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 15 (per class) Please register one week before program date

More Home Remedies for the Family

Did your family get cold after cold last fall and winter? Have you ever found yourself questioning if you are giving your family the best home remedies for the common conditions of childhood. This class offers you more tips on healthy home remedies that can help to relieve your family’s suffering naturally. Wednesday, June 11 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

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Stress Relief Workshop

Firemen’s Park 166102-02 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Pre-registration by the registration date is $10.00 per family (immediate family members only) ***As a thank you for pre-registering, you will receive one $10 activities punch card upon arrival!!! Registration after the registration date and at the event will be $10.00 per family, or $3.00 per individual. Half of the monies raised at this Family Fun Carnival Night will go towards the new Spassland Fitness course! Awesome!!! Enrollment: Min. 25 families, Max. 300 families Register by: Thursday, June 12

Protect you future from the effects of today’s stress! Discover exactly what inner and outer stress does at a mental, physical and chemical level. This workshop covers personal habits that interest everyone. Habits including diet, exercise, water consumption, basic nutrition and stress relief. Factors maximizing energy and alertness are emphasized. Wednesday, August 13 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. 144410-02

Find a Mistake?

We try our best to include something for everyone. Since some people like to find errors, we regularly include a few!

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Family Activities

Family Dodgeball

Germantown Youth Futures

Parents & their children (Ages 6+)

Disc Golf Extravaganza

Coordinator: Anita Hilleman

This 9th Annual Youth Futures sponsored event will focus on families, friends and fun. Games, concessions and demonstrations from professional disc golfers will go on throughout the evening. Pre-register early to be eligible for player’s package. Entire families are encouraged to come out and participate in a lifetime activity. Nine holes takes approximately 45 minutes to play. We will play in light rain but not if there is a storm. For more information about disc golf visit www.lifetimediscsports.com

Come have a ball and throw one too! Get some exercise while enjoying some family fun time. Teams will be formed on site each week.

➤ Fridays / 6 weeks

June 20 - August 1 (Off July 4) 161801-01 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Kennedy Middle School Gold Gym $11/Res. & School Dist. Res., $22/Non-res. All family members need to pay. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 30

➤ Tuesday, August 5

Register by: Friday, June 13

Rain Date: Thursday, August 7 Check-in: 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. 131304-02 Spassland Park W160 N10000 Colonial Drive $3/person (includes hot dog, nachos or drink) Disc check out for free or purchase your own for $8.00 on site. First 50 participants are awarded player’s package.

Family Kickball

Parents & their children (Ages 6+) Coordinator: Anita Hilleman

Come have some fun playing family kickball. Teams will be formed on site each week. Get some exercise while enjoying some family fun time! ➤ Tuesdays / 6 weeks June 17 - July 29 (Off July 1) 161804-01 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Haupt Strasse Park Diamond $6/Res. & School Dist. Res., $11/Non-res. All family members need to pay. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 30 Register by: Monday, June 9

Proud Partner of Germantown Park & Recreation Register by: Tuesday, July 29

Disc Golf League Kiwanis is a global organization of vounteers 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

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Spassland Park commonly hosts summer disc golf leagues which are low-key, fun, and a great way to learn from better players. If you are interested in participating in a league please contact Terry Miller by phone at 414-803-3307 or by email at terry@ProDiscGolfer.com.

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Youth Discovery

Tech Camps

Lego Mindstorms

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Youth (Ingoing grades 3 - 8)

Roamer/Bee Bot & Friends Youth (Ingoing 4K - 2nd grade) Come explore LOGO programming with Roamer the Robot and his friends. LOGO programming is a simple, sequence language that students of all ages find to be fabulous fun yet still challenging. Roamer, Bee Bot, Speedy the Race Car, RoboRaptor and many more will teach estimation, addition, subtraction, fractions, angles and some really exciting surprises along the way. Wait until you meet their mystery friend – he is a class favorite and is sure to delight all! Each class is design to teach a new concept/skill with the ability to work with several robots. The Robots will share favorite stories, complete obstacle courses, go on scavenger hunts and even go bowling! ➤ Monday - Thursday, June 23 - June 26 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. 114105-01 MacArthur School Library $40/Res. & School Dist. Res., $45/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 12

Digital Blue Movie Making Youth (Ingoing grades 2 - 5) Lights, Camera, Action! Digital Blue Movie Creator is the perfect class for the budding young director in your family. Working in small groups, students will take pictures of short movies and then add special effects, sounds, titles and even transitions in this easy to use program. The software is fun to use and features a simple interface that keeps the entire process of creating a movie simple and fun. ➤ Monday - Thursday, June 23 - June 26 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 114105-02 MacArthur School Library $45/Res. & School Dist. Res., $50/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 12

CSI Crime Scene Investigation Youth (Ingoing grades 2 - 6) Do you like solving puzzles or looking for clues? We are looking for junior sleuths for our exciting Crime Scene Investigation class. Throughout the class you will be learning crime solving techniques, learn to identify hair/powder samples, fingerprints and various evidence left at the crime scene. The last class will end with a class partipating crime scene activity. Which one of your classmates is the suspect in the case? Possibly, maybe… even you! ➤ Monday - Thursday - June 23 - June 26 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 114105-03 MacArthur School Library $40/Res. & School Dist. Res., $45/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 16

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.

➤ Monday - Thursday, August 4 - August 7 9:30 - 10:55 a.m. 114105-04 MacArthur School Library $60/Res. & School Dist. Res., $65/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 18

Movie Making with Legos Youth (Ingoing grades 3 - 8) Students work in small groups to create and develop an adventure movie using 10,000+++ Lego pieces, props and minfigures. Each team will take stop action photos for editing and creating action for their film. This class provides an opportunity to explore the fun of making a movie from storyboarding to video techniques to post-production, including adding sound effects, music and dialogue. What to bring?... Bring along a Flash Drive if you want to bring our finished product home. ➤ Monday - Thursday, August 4 - August 7 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 114105-05 MacArthur School Library $60/Res. & School Dist. Res., $65/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 18

Intro to Video Game Design Youth (Ingoing grades 3 - 8)

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.

➤ Monday - Thursday, August 4 - August 7 12:45 - 2:00 p.m. 114105-06 MacArthur School Library $50/Res. & School Dist. Res., $55/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 8

Keyboarding for Kids Youth (Ingoing grades 4 - 8)

Guided lessons to learn step-by-step from the beginning. Learn how to type correctly in just a few hours using all your fingers.

➤ Wednesdays/3 weeks June 11 - June 25 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 114105-07 Survive Alive House Computer Lab N115 W18700 Edison Dr. (next to fire station #2) $28/Res. & School Dist. Res., $33/Non-res. Min. 6, Max. 15

Please register one week before program date

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Youth Discovery

Working With Legos

Mad Science Classes

Instructor: Sue Ishihara

Instructor: Mad Science Staff

LEGO PROBLEM SOLVING

Dept. Of Public Works Building N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. (Use entrance by gas pumps) $40/Res., $44/Non-Res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 40

Youth (Ingoing grades 2 - 7)

Youth (Ages 5 - 12)

How tall can you build a Lego tower? How strong can you make a lever? How fast can you make a sail car go? In this class we will use Lego Science sets to solve these problems and many more. We will learn some basics about simple machines, and learn to use our imaginations to have some fun. 10:00 a.m. - 12 Noon 114106-01

Science Wizards Camp Calling all fans of wizardry! Explore the science of magic with us! Investigate invisibility through the science of light and optics. Learn about mechanisms for levitation and mix your own potions! ➤ Tuesday, July 8 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. 114101-01 Register by: Tuesday, July 1

GEARS, LEVERS & PULLEYS

In this class we will use Lego Science sets to discover the physics behind several simple machines. We will learn how to use cams to build walking machines and how to gear up and down when building motorized cars. Join us for some fun and learning. 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. 114106-02 What to Bring? For those children who are enrolled in both Lego classes, they may bring a lunch and stay from 12 Noon until 12:30 p.m..

Hovercraft Camp Imagine floating around above the ground on a platform that defies gravity! Junior engineers will do just that in this fun camp for kids looking for something extremely fun this summer. Bernoulli’s principle, air pressure, aerodynamics, friction and much more will be covered. We even have a MAD HOVERCRAFT that a few lucky kids can take a ride on! ➤ Tuesday, July 22 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. 114101-02 Register by: Tuesday, July 15

➤ Monday - Thursday July 28 - July 31 Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria (use south entrance) $43/Res., $53/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 20 Register by: Monday, July 21

Diggin’ Up Dinos Camp

Learn Magic with Glen Gerard!

Investigate geology and paleontology as we spend time learning about dinosaurs. See how these ancient beasts lived, played and hunted. Cast replicas of fossils that you will get to keep and assemble skeletons of these extinct behemoths! ➤ Tuesday, August 12 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. 114101-03 Register by: Tuesday, Aug. 5

Youth, Adults & Teens (Ingoing 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 slight 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 Branson, MO and Las Vegas, NV.

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 0:30 - 11:30 a.m. 1 134210-01 Dept. of Public Works Building (Lower Level - Enter by gas pumps) $16/Res., $19/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 20 Register by: Wednesday, Aug. 6

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Bubbles, Smoke & Explosions! Camp Kids will become a Mad Science chemist as they learn all about the chemistry of things that you encounter everyday in your house and school. Discover how chemical reactions are everywhere and how you can figure out if a chemical change has occurred right before your very eyes. Mix, mush and brew together different chemicals to create things that you can use in this hands-on chemistry lab. ➤ Tuesday, August 19 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. 114101-04 Register by: Tuesday, Aug. 12

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Teen Volunteer Opportunities Summer Teen Volunteer Opportunities

Teens (Ages 12 - 18) Teens are being sought to assist in a variety of summer programs through the Germantown Park & Recreation Department. 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.

Sports Programs

Help during practices and games. See brochure pages for dates. Max. 2 T-ball - T/TH 111103-05 8:45 - 10:45 a.m. (pg.26) Softball - T/TH 111104-02 11:00 am – 12:30 p.m. (pg. 27) Basketball - T/W/TH 111203-05 8:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. (pg. 28) *Wrestling - W 111809-02 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. (pg. 29) * Min. 3 yrs wrestling experience required Volleyball - T/TH 111705-05 9:00 - 12 Noon (pg. 30)

Tot Workshops

Help lead Tots (ages 3 - 5 years old) in various workshop activities. Teens will need to be able to help instructor with crafts, playing games or prepare a fun snack. Event will run rain or shine. Workshops will be held at Kinderberg Park multi-purpose room. Max. 8. Choose from the workshops listed below: ➤ Think Tink: Tuesday, July 15 1:45 - 3:30 p.m. 114601-03 3:30 - 5:15 p.m. 114601-04 ➤ Dinosaur Train: Tuesday, Aug. 5 1:45 - 3:30 p.m. 114601-07 3:30 - 5:15 p.m. 114601-08

Kids Cuisine

Help set up/clean up and help children with projects! Tuesdays, July 15 August 12, Max. 2 ➤ 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. 114305-04 ➤ 6:15 - 7:45 p.m. 114305-05 ➤ 5:00 - 7:45 p.m. 114305-06

Kids Workshops

Help lead kids in various workshop activities. Teens will need to be able to help leaders make a craft, play a game or prepare a fun snack. Max. 6 Choose from the two workshop times below:

Help serve popcorn, food and soda. Kinderberg Park multi-purpose room. Max. 7. 7:00 - 10:30 p.m. ➤ Friday, June 13 176201-01 ➤ Friday, July 25 176201-02 ➤ Friday, August 22 176201-03 - See pg. 18 for movie details

TEEN LOCK-IN (Grades 5 - 8)

May 9th at KMS, 6 - 11 p.m. www.gtownyouthfutures.com

Volunteers are needed to assist Staff by helping to hand out and organize supplies, assist with activities and help supervise participants. A mandatory Volunteer Meeting is scheduled for June 2nd from 5:30 – 5:45 at the Survive Alive House. Additional documents will be emailed upon registration and must be completed and submitted at the Volunteer Meeting. Individual schedules will be developed for each Volunteer after the Volunteer Meeting.

Summer Kid’s Klub ➤ June 18 - August 8: 9:00 - 12 Noon 115180-01 See page 7 for program information. Max. 15

➤ W-W-W-Wipeout: Friday, July 18 at the Kinderberg Park multi-purpose room. 8:00 a.m. - 12 Noon. 114602-05 12:30 - 4:00 p.m. 114602-06

Tyke Site ➤ June 18 - August 8: 9:00 - 12 Noon 115180-02 12:30 - 3:30 p.m. 115180-03 See page 9 for program information. Max. 4

Family Camp Out

Help set up and run some active and passive activities. You are invited to stay for Movies in the Park. Max. 5. ➤ Friday, July 25: 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. at Kinderberg Park 166101-02

Note: Volunteers who are ingoing 7th grade are limited to volunteering 1 day per week. If they were previously enrolled in Summer Kids Klub they are not permitted to volunteer at the site they used to attend.

It’s All An Act

By application only, pick up at the Rec. Department. Information about the program is on page 16.

Movies in the Park

Summer Kids Klub & Tyke Site Volunteers

Youth (Ingoing grades 6 - 12) & Adults Maybe you’ve attended a Lock-in, slid down a slide with us at The Kalahari or skied down the slopes at Sunburst. Our group plans FUN activities for youth (grades 6 - 12), as an alternative to drug, alcohol and smoking. We also try to prevent youth violence, help our youth make informed decisions and volunteer our time to fundraise 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 Tuesday evenings in summer and Wednesday evenings during the school year. “Working together to strengthen youth and community” Teen Adventure Trips (page 25), June Movie in the Park (page 18), Disc Golf Extravaganza (page 21), all co-sponsored by Germantown Youth Futures.

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Teen Adventure Trips

Noah’s Ark Waterpark

Teens (Ingoing Grades 6 - 12) Noah’s Ark Water Park in Wisconsin Dells offers fun for all ages with a variety of waterslides, wave pools and lazy rivers. Enjoy Scorpion’s Tail, America’s first near vertical looping waterslide; Quadzilla, a four-lane need for speed, head first, mat racing ride; and all that Noah’s Ark has to offer. Fee includes admission to the park and transportation. Bring a bag lunch or money to purchase lunch on your own, swimsuit and towel, and sunscreen.

➤ Monday, June 16

126210-01 Depart: From Germantown Village Hall at 7:15 a.m. Return: To Germantown Village Hall at approximately 9:00 p.m. $22/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 20 Register by: Monday, June 2

Day of Fun Under the Sun Teens (Ingoing Grades 6 - 12)

Co-sponsored by Germantown Youth Futures

Join your friends for a day of fun at Phantom Ranch Camp in Mukwanago! Spend your day at the beach, paintballing, horseback riding or participating in a variety of field games. Fee includes all day swimming at the beach and participation in basketball, dodgeball, Frisbee golf, carpetball and archery. The fee also includes your choice of Horseback Riding OR Banana Boat Rides! Paintball is available at an additional cost of $10.00 for the first 100 paintballs, $5 each add. 100 paintballs (paid at the trip, not prior) but does not need to be pre-registered. What to Bring?...Comfortable clothes, swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, money for snacks or other activities and a bag lunch. When registering please specify if you are choosing Banana Boat Rides or Horseback Riding.

➤ Monday, August 4

126210-03 Rain Date: August 11 Depart: From Germantown Village Hall at 8:45 a.m. Return: To Germantown Village Hall at approximately 4:30 p.m. $26/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 20 Register by: Monday, July 28

Teen Adventure Trips co-sponsored by Germantown Youth Futures

Booster Night Monday, July 7th 3:00 p.m. – close

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Six Flags Great America Teens (Ingoing Grades 6 - 12)

Co-sponsored by Germantown Youth Futures

Six Flags Great America and Hurricane Harbor water park is located between Chicago and Milwaukee and offers fun for the entire family with 14 heart-pounding roller coasters, a free 20-acre water park, spectacular shows, and three children’s themed areas. Fee includes admission to the park and transportation. Things to Bring: a bag lunch, or money to purchase lunch on your own, swimsuit and towel - if you plan on enjoying the Water Park and sunscreen.

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T-Ball Programs

Junior T-Ball Instruction

Night T-Ball / Coach Pitch Leagues

Youth (Age 4 or ingoing K4 - Age 5 (K5) Coordinator: Tyler Tschetter

Children will learn the basic skills of baseball (catching, batting, throwing and base running) as well as how to play the game. T-ball is a form of baseball where there is no pitcher, the batter hits the ball off a batting “T”. The first 2 weeks will be practice and instruction followed by 3 weeks of instructional games. The last 2 weeks participants will have a chance to play in regular games. Special events include Team Picture Day and an Awards Picnic on August 1st. Teen volunteer needed, see page 24. What to Bring?...Players need a glove. The Recreation Department will provide special reduced injury factor baseballs.

➤ Tuesdays & Thursdays / 7 weeks June 17 - July 31 8:45 - 9:45 a.m. 111103-01 Firemen’s Park - Field across from KMS. *$38.50/Res., $56.50/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 24 *Fee includes team T-shirt and award. Register by: Monday, June 9

Youth (Age 4 or ingoing K4 to ingoing grade 3)

Volunteer Coaches & Team Sponsors Needed! Children will learn the basic skills of baseball (catching, batting, throwing and base running). Each week will consist of a review of skills and fundamentals. In the Jr. League players will only hit off a tee. Sr. League players progress from a tee to coaches pitch. The first day of the program will consist of practice. Teams will be formed and will meet each week for a scrimmage game or practice. Children will be placed on teams and play a round robin schedule of games. Volunteer coaches will coach their son or daughter’s team. See page 31 for sponsorship information. What to Bring?... Players need a glove. All other equipment will be provided. The Recreation Department will provide special reduced injury factor baseballs.

Senior T-Ball League

Other Information ... Coaches will call player’s parents to let them know what time to come the first day of the program. If you do not receive a call from a coach by Friday, May 30th call the Rec. Dept. for team information. No refunds will be issued after May 21st.

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 3) Coordinator: Tyler Tschetter

This is a great opportunity for children to learn the basic skills of baseball (catching, batting, throwing and base running). T-ball is a form of baseball where there is no pitcher. The batter simply hits the ball off a batting “T”. The first week consists of practice skills and fundamentals, followed by a round robin schedule of games (participants can expect to play 2-3 games per week). Special events will include Team Picture Day and an Awards Picnic on August 2nd. Teen volunteer needed, see page 24.

Junior League (Age 4 or ingoing K4 & Age 5 (K5) Tuesdays / 7 weeks 111103-03 June 3 - July 15 Game times will be 5:45 - 6:45 p.m. OR 6:45 - 7:45 p.m. You will receive a schedule the first week of the program. Senior League (ingoing grades 1 - 3) Thursdays / 7 weeks 111103-04 June 5 - July 24 (no games July 3) Game times will be 5:45 - 7:00 p.m. OR 7:00 - 8:15 p.m. You will receive a schedule the first week of the program.

➤ Kinderberg Park or Freistadt Field

What to Bring?...Players need a glove. The Recreation Department will provide special reduced injury factor baseballs.

 38.50/Res., $56.50/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. $ Enrollment: Min. 36 (per lg.) *Fee includes team T-shirt and award. Register by: Monday, May 12

➤ Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays / 7 weeks

9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. 111103-02 Practices: June 17 - 19 Schedule Pickup: Tues., June 24 Games: June 24 - July 31 Firemen’s Park - Field across from KMS. *$38.50/Res., $56.50/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 24 *Fee includes team T-shirt and award.

Registrations accepted immediately for this program. Please use special registration form found on page 56 or register online.

Register by: Monday, June 9

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Baseball / Softball

Minor League Baseball

Girls Softball

Coordinator: Tyler Tschetter

Coordinator: Tyler Tschetter

Youth (Ingoing grades 3 & 4)

Girls (Ingoing Grades 4 - 9)

This program will give players the opportunity to experience coaches pitch baseball. All players will play in the field and bat in every game. The first week consists of practices followed by a round robin schedule of games (participants can expect to play 2-3 games per week). Special events include Team Picture Day and an Awards Picnic on August 1st. Teen volunteers needed, see page 24. What to Bring?... Players need a glove. All other equipment will be provided. The Recreation Department will provide special reduced injury factor baseballs.

Sign up with your friends and enjoy the growing sport of Girls Softball! This program is designed to give the young softball player the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the game and to develop their skills in a fun, learning environment. The speed of the pitch (fast or slow) will depend on the player’s age or ability. All players will play in the field and bat in every game. The first two days consist of practices followed by a round robin schedule of games. Special events include Team Picture Day and Awards Picnic on August 1st. Teen volunteers needed, see page 24. What to Bring?... Players need a glove. All other equipment will be provided.

➤ Tuesdays & Thursdays / 7 weeks

➤ Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays / 7 weeks

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 111104-01 Practices: June 17 & 19 Schedule Pick Up: Tuesday, June 24 Games: June 24 - July 31 Firemen’s Park - field across from KMS *$38.50/Res., *$56.50/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. *Fee includes Team T-shirt and award. Enrollment: Min. 15, Max. 30

11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 111101-01 Practices: June 18 & 20 (Wed. & Fri.) Schedule Pickup: Mon., June 23 Games: June 23 - July 30 (No games July 4) Firemen’s Park - Field across from KMS *$38.50/Res., *$56.50/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. *Fee includes team T-shirt and award.

Register by: Monday, June 9

Register by: Monday, June 9

Girls Softball Hitting & Fielding Clinics

Major League Baseball Youth (Ingoing grades 5 - 9)

Youth (Grades 4 - 8)

Coordinator: Tyler Tschetter

Get your friends together to sign up for some exciting baseball action this summer! This program will give the player the opportunity to learn or improve on the fundamentals of baseball including pitching, fielding, hitting and base running. Emphasis will be placed on skill development while having fun! All players will play in the field and bat in every game. The first 3 days consists of practices followed by a round robin schedule of games. Participants can expect to play 2-3 games per week. Awards picnic will be held on August 2nd. Teen volunteers needed, see page 24. What to Bring?... Players need a glove. All other equipment will be provided. ➤ Mondays - Fridays / 7 weeks 1:15 - 3:00 p.m. 111101-02 Practices: June 17 - 19 (Tues. - Thurs.) Schedule Pickup: Mon., June 23 Games: June 23 - July 31 (No games July 4) Firemen’s Park - Field across from KMS *$38.50/Res., *$56.50/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. *Fee includes team T-shirt & medal. Register by: Monday, June 9

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Instructors: Kurt Raguse & Amy Barbiaux, GHS Girls Softball Varsity Coaches

HITTING CLINIC: This clinic will focus on proper hitting techniques. Each girl interested in the clinic will receive some oneon-one hitting instruction as well as focus on hitting technique and batter’s mentality. What to Bring?...Participants should provide her own bat, glove and helmet. FIELDING CLINIC: This clinic will focus on the proper techniques to fielding a ground ball and a pop fly. The clinic will use fun and exciting drills and game like situations to improve fielding ability. Come out and join us for a fun fielding experience! What to bring?...Participants should bring their own glove.

➤ Wednesdays / 3 weeks July 9 - 23 Hitting Clinic: 3:00 - 3:30 p.m. 111106-01 Fielding Clinic: 3:30 - 4:00 p.m. 111106-02 Kennedy Middle School North Diamond (field closest to Freistadt Rd.) $15/Res., $20/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per clinic) Enrollment: Min. 4, Max. 12 Register by: Wednesday, July 2

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Basketball

Boys Basketball Camp

Parent Child Basketball Program

Boys (Ingoing grades 4 - 8)

Instructors: GHS Boys Basketball Coaches

The goal of the Warhawks camp is to improve each player’s ability and make the game more fun to play for each camper. Emphasis will be placed on fundamentals such as shooting, passing, rebounding, ball handling and foot work as they relate to individual and team play. Instruction and competition during the week will be geared toward an individual’s ability. Players will receive a camp T-shirt and an opportunity to win special camp awards. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. For grades 5 & up we will only order adult sized T-shirts.

Children ages 4 - 6 with parent or caregiver Coordinator: Steve Tennies

Child and parent participate together in this class. Come have fun with your child while learning a little more about each other and introduce your child 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 (does not involve keeping score or enforcing penalties).

➤ Tuesdays / 3 weeks - July 8 - 22 6:10 - 6:55 p.m. 181212-01 MacArthur School Gym $22/Res. & School Dist. Res., $32/Non-res. (fee is for parent and child). Enrollment: Min. 5 children, Max. 10 children

➤ Monday - Friday June 16 - June 20 12:30 - 3:30 p.m. 111201-01 Germantown High School Main Gym $45.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $66.25/Non-res. Enrollment: Max. 60 Register by: Thursday, June 5

Register by: Tuesday, July 1

Hoopsters

Youth (Ingoing Grades 1 & 2) Coordinator: Steve Tennies

Learn and practice the fundamentals of basketball. Emphasis will be on passing, dribbling, shooting and basic drills. Class includes warm up, sport specific skill activities and simplified versions of games (does not involve keeping score or enforcing penalties).

➤ Tuesdays / 3 weeks July 8 - July 22 Option 1: 5:15 - 6:00 p.m. 111220-01 Option 2: 7:05 - 7:50 p.m. 111220-02 MacArthur School Gym $22/Res. & School Dist. Res., $32/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 10 Register by: Tuesday, July 1

Youth Basketball Program

Girls Basketball Camps

Youth (Ingoing grades 2 - 9) Coordinator: Rob Fliss

Girls (Ingoing grades 4 - 9) Instructor: Coach Matt Stuve, GHS Girls Varsity Coach and Staff

Camps will emphasize the fundamentals of passing, dribbling shooting, footwork, rebounding, defense, and team play. In addition, lessons on character building and leadership will be presented. Daily activities will include: large and small group instruction/drills, competitive contests and games. Quality instruction and demonstration will be provided by Coach Stuve and members of the GHS varsity girls basketball team. All campers will receive a T-shirt. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. For grades 7 & up we will only order adult sized T-shirts.

Work on your hoops game throughout the summer! Practice skills and FUN-damentals, play games, one on one contests, free throw contests and more. Games will be played with organized teams. Girls will play each other on separate court. Teen volunteer needed, see page 24.

➤ Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays / 7 weeks

➤ Monday - Friday July 14 - July 18 Ingoing grades 4 - 5: Ingoing grades 6 - 9: 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. 111202-01 12:30 - 3:30 p.m. 111202-02 Germantown High School Main Gym $45.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $66.25/Non-Res. Register by: Wednesday, July 2

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June 17 - July 31 Ingoing grades 2 - 5: 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. Boys 111203-01 Girls 111203-02 Ingoing grades 6 - 9: 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Boys 111203-03 Girls 111203-04 Kennedy Middle School Gold Gym (Enter thru south doors) $38.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $55.25/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 25, Max. 105 Register by: Monday, June 9

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Sports Mania

Dodgeball

Youth (Ingoing grades 4 - 9) Coordinator: Tyler Tschetter

Get your friends together and sign up for some dodgeball excitement. Teams will be formed on site each week. A great way to hang out with your friends while having fun in a non-competitive sport. Teen volunteer needed, see pg. 24. ➤ Mondays / 6 weeks June 23 - July 28 Ingoing grades 4, 5, 6: 8:45 - 9:45 a.m. 111801-01 Ingoing grades 7, 8, 9: 9:45 - 10:45 a.m. 111801-02 Kennedy Middle School Gold Gym (enter through south doors) $26/Res. & School Dist. Res., $37.50/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 20, Max. 90 Register by: Monday, June 9

Outdoor Games Youth (Ingoing grades 3 - 8) Coordinator: Tyler Tschetter

Hang out with your friends this summer and have fun playing outdoor games like Kickball, Ultimate Frisbee and Whiffle Ball. Teams will be formed on site each week. Contests and games will be held to make the summer exciting. ➤ Fridays / 6 weeks 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. June 20 - August 1 111816-01 (No program July 4) Firemen’s Park (Field across from KMS) $26/Res. & School Dist. Res., $37.50/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 20, Max. 70 Register by: Monday, June 9

TRACK & FIELD CLUB 13TH ANNUAL INVITATIONAL Youth (Grades 3 - 8)

Each competitor may participate in up to 2 track and 1 field individual events plus 1 relay event. All competitors must pre-register. The order of events are: field events (shot put and discus, grades 6-8; softball throw, grades 3-5; 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 17, 2014 411807-02 Raindate: Sunday, May 18, 2014 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. Register by: Friday, May 9 PLEASE USE SPECIAL REGISTRATION FORM OR REGISTER ONLINE.

Summer Wrestling Program Sports Fitness Youth (Ingoing grades K5 - 5) Coordinator: Jeff Szohr (GHS Head Coach/Hornets Youth Wrestling President)

Youth (Ingoing grades 6 - 11)

Instructor: Chermond Thomas, GHS Assistant Track Coach

This program will focus on teaching and building a foundation of wrestling skills for beginning wrestlers and those with minimal experience in the sport. Emphasis will be placed on wrestling techniques and conditioning. Experienced wrestlers also welcome for extended mat time. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. For grade 5, we will only order adult sized T-shirts. What to bring/wear?... Shorts, T-shirt, wrestling shoes, and headgear are required. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED (Requirement: Min. 3 yrs. wrestling experience, see page 24.) ➤ Wednesdays / 7 weeks June 11 - July 30 (no practice July 2) 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 111809-01 Germantown High School, Lower Aux. Gym $25.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $35.25/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 40

Sports Fitness will allow kids to expand their abilities to perform specific skills through game play. Students will learn proper technique in game like situations, while also helping them instill character and sportsmanship. There will also be a 30 minutes breakout where we discuss character and sportsmanship issues. What to Bring?... Students should wear loose fitting shirts and shorts with gym shoes. On May 30th meet coach at GT Mondays - Fridays Library from 6:30 - 7:00 p.m. 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. ➤ Option 1: June 23 - 27 113120-01 ➤ Option 2: July 7 - 11 113120-02 ➤ Option 3: August 4 - 8 113120-03 Spassland Park (parking available on Buckthorn & Preserve Parkway) $30.25/Res., $45.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 50

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Volleyball

Volleyball Camp

High School Volleyball Camp

Girls (Ingoing grades 5 - 9)

Instructors: Ted Gollakner, GHS Girls Varsity Coach and Kiara Gollakner, Assistant Varsity Coach

Girls (Ingoing grades 10 - 12 or incoming Freshmen with club experience upon instructor’s approval)

Learn all the basic individual skills of passing, setting, serving, spiking and blocking. For 8th & 9th graders, basic defense and offense will be covered, as well as advanced techniques. A tournament will end the camp. All participants will also receive a camp T-shirt. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. NOTE: For grades 7 and up we will only order adult sized T-shirts. Ingoing grades 5 - 7 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. 111701-01 Ingoing grades 8 - 9 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 111701-02 ➤ Monday - Friday July 21 - July 25 Germantown High School Main Gym $40.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $58.25/Non-res. (per option) Enrollment: Min. 20, Max. 50 Register by: Thursday, July 10

Instructors: Ted Gollakner, GHS Girls Varsity Coach and Kiara Gollakner, Assitant Varsity Coach

This camp is designed for female volleyball players interested in learning advanced offensive and defensive skills, team strategies and improving their individual techniques. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. We will only order adult sized T-shirts. ➤ Monday - Friday July 21 - July 25 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. 111701-03 Germantown High School Main Gym

 57.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $84.25/Non-res. $ (Includes T-shirt) Enrollment: Min. 12, Max. 50 Register by: Thursday, July 10

Spikers, Setters and Diggers Youth (Ingoing grades 2 - 9) Instructor: Ally Groth

Boys Volleyball Camps Boys (Ingoing grades 3 - 12)

Camp Director: Brian Rushmer, GHS Boys Varsity, 3x state appearing, 2013 State Runner Up, 2011 WI High School Boys Volleyball Coach of the Year, (NS)MVC Coach and Beach Director

Learn the basic skills of serving, passing, setting, attacking and blocking. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. NOTE: For grades 5 and up we will only order adult sized T-shirts. 3rd-8th graders: Camp is for those looking to learn basic defensive and offensive volleyball concepts, emphasizing the fundamentals necessary to play volleyball. 9th – 12th graders (some experience required): For those interested in pursuing the sport of volleyball, basic offensive and defensive strategies will be taught/developed as well as some advanced techniques. A tournament will conclude the camp. Highly recommended if interested in playing volleyball at the high school level.

➤ Monday - Friday, July 28 - August 1 Ingoing grades 3 - 5: 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. 111707-01 $30.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $45.25/Non-res. Ingoing grades 6 - 8: 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. 111707-02 $40.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $58.25/Non-res. Ingoing grades 9 - 12: 2:00 - 4:30 p.m. 111707-03 $45.25/Res. & School Dist. Res., $66.25/Non-res. Germantown High School Main Gym Enrollment: Min. 6, Max. 25 Register by: Thursday, July 17

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Develop basic volleyball skills such as serving, receiving, driving and spiking while having fun! Games and contests will be incorporated to allow participants to practice skills and strategies in game situations. What to bring/wear?... bring a water bottle and wear sunscreen. TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR GRADES 2 - 6, SEE PAGE 24. ➤ Tuesdays & Thursdays / 8 weeks June 17 - August 7 Ingoing grades 2 - 3: 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. 111705-01 Ingoing grades 4 - 6: 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. OR 111705-02 11:00 a.m. - 12 noon 111705-03 Ingoing grades 7 - 9: 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. 111705-04 Spassland Park Sand Volleyball Courts $22/Res., $29/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 6, Max. 20 Register by: Monday, June 9

T-Shirt Sizes:

On programs where you are asked to provide a T-shirt size please select from the following sizes: Youth Med. (10-12), Youth Large (14-16), Adult Small, Adult Medium, Adult Large, Adult X-Large, Adult XX-Large

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Soccer TEAM SPONSORS NEEDED For only $75 you can sponsor a T-Ball, Baseball, Flag Football, Little Gridders or Soccer 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 team T-shirts. We anticipate a total of over 1000 kids in the programs, which estimates to hundreds of parents, relatives and friends watching the participants and recognizing our sponsors’ business. Call 250-4710 for more information.

MiKro Soccer Youth (*Ages 3 - 6)

Cooperative program between the Milwaukee Kicker’s Soccer Club and the Germantown Rec. Dept.

Mikro Soccer is taught by trained coaches and serves as a fun introduction to the world’s most popular sport. Soccer skills are learned through age appropriate challenges and game-based activities rather than through traditional drills. Kids should come dressed in athletic clothes. Shin guards and cleats are not necessary for Mikro play, but can be worn if desired. For more information on this six week course, please visit the Milwaukee Kickers’ website at mksc.org.

➤ Wednesdays / 6 weeks July 9 - Aug. 13 Ages 3 - 6: 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. Ages 3 - 6: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Firemen’s Park Soccer Field (Field between Sr. Center and Firehouse) $66 (includes instruction & jersey) $76 (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 contact Michelle Tipton at 414-375-1153 or MichelleT@mksc.org

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Fall Pee Wee & U-6 Soccer

Youth (*Ages 4, 5 & 6)

Volunteer Coaches & Team Sponsors Needed!

Each week will consist of 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 son or daughter’s team. Pee Wee’s: Ages 4 & 5 Other Information ... *Children must be 4 at start of program. Coaches will call player’s parents to let them Children born between August 1, 2009- know what time to come for the first day of Sept. 6, 2010. See chart below for cut- the program. If you do not receive a call from a coach by Thursday, Sept. 4th call off dates. 211806-01 the Rec. Dept. for team information. No U-6’s: Ages 5 & 6 refunds issued after August 12th. *Children born between August 1, 2008 ➤ Saturday mornings / 7 weeks - July 31, 2009. See chart below for September 6 - October 18 cut-off dates. Children in 1st grade and Haupt Strasse Park above who are born before August 1, and/or Firemen’s Park 2008 belong in Germantown Kickers $25/Res., $35 Non-res. & School Dist. (see page 53). 211806-02 Res. What to Bring? ... Size 3 soccer ball and shin guards. The Recreation Department will provide a team jersey. Register by: Friday, August 8 Please use special registration form found on page 56 or register online.

2014 FALL Soccer Cut-Off Dates 2008 January February March April May June July August September October November December

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January February March April May June July August September October November December

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Pee Wee’s: Ages 4 & 5 Children must be 4 at start of program (Children born between August 1, 2009 - September 6, 2010). Ingoing K5 can play up in the U-6 league if desired. U-6’s: Ages 5 & 6 (Children born between August 1, 2008 - July 31, 2009) *Children in 1st grade and above who are born before August 1, 2008 belong in Germantown Kickers

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Tennis

Youth Competitive Tennis Programs

Youth/Teen Tennis Lessons Youth (Ingoing grades 3 - 12) All Abilities Welcome

USTA Jr. Team Tennis

Coordinator: Mike Kolz

Coordinator: Mike Kolz

Alt Bauer Park 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. - 12 Noon Kinderberg Park 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Germantown High School Night Lessons 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Youth (*Ages 8 to ingoing grade 12) JUNIOR LEAGUE Provides the opportunity for children *8 - 14 years old to play for an organized tennis team with matches against other area teams. Players should be able to score, serve and rally. (*) Must be 8 years old by start of program due to match play requirements. HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE For ages 15 - 18 students who are, or are interested in playing, on their high school tennis teams. Program includes matches against other area teams. Players should be able to score, serve and rally. PRACTICES: Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays / 8 weeks Junior League: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. 111404-01 High School League: 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. 111404-02 MATCHES: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. June 16 - August 8 (off July 4) Germantown High School Tennis Courts & away match locations $75/Res. & School Dist. Res., $85/Non-res. (Fee includes 8 weeks of practice, USTA  membership, T-shirt & match play. Estimates to over 50 hours of play.) Register by: Monday, June 9 Please NOTE:

• All students receive a team T-shirt. • Tennis balls provided. • Racquet must be supplied by student. Only a limited number of racquets available on freeloan basis for those who forget to bring their own racquet to class. • Participants will not play in every match. • Players should be able to score, serve and rally.

RECORDED INFORMATION LINE Call 250-4711

Call the information line first for cancellation notices and updates.

Mon. & Wed. Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Tues. & Thurs. Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Mon. & Wed. Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Tues. & Thurs. Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Mon. & Wed. Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Tues. & Thurs. Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Mon. & Wed. Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Tues. & Thurs. Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Mon. & Wed. Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Ingoing grades 3 - 5 Mon. & Wed. Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Ingoing grades 6 - 12 Mondays Ingoing grades 3 - 5

Session I II Session I II Session I II Session I II Session I II Session I II Session I II Session I II Session I II Session I II Session I

Registration # 111405-01 111405-02 Registration # 111405-03 111405-04 Registration # 111405-06 111405-07 Registration # 111405-08 111405-09 Registration # 111406-01 111406-02 Registration # 111406-03 111406-04 Registration # 111406-06 111406-07 Registration # 111406-08 111406-09 Registration # 111406-11 111406-12 Registration # 111406-13 111406-14 Registration # 111406-15

➤ Session I

Mondays & Wednesdays, June 16 - July 9 Tuesdays & Thursdays, June 17 - July 10 Monday Nights: June 16 - August 4

Register by: Monday, June 9

➤ Session II

Register by: Mondays & Wednesdays, July 14 - August 6 Monday, July 7 Tuesdays & Thursdays, July 15 - August 7 Fees (per session) $27/Res., $38/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Alt Bauer: Min. 6, Max. 15 Kinderberg/GHS: Min. 6, Max. 20 PLEASE NOTE: • Students are grouped by ability level. • Students may register for any number of sessions (I or II). • Tennis balls will be provided. • Make ups due to inclement weather will take place on Fridays. (except for 7/4) • Night lessons at GHS. • Make sure to indicate an alternative class time/location in case your first choice is full.

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Tennis

10 and Under Tennis

Youth (*Ages 4 - Ingoing grade 2) Coordinator: Mike Kolz

Take a swing at tennis! Tennis instruction geared toward those young eager choppers. Course stresses basic motor skills used in all sports and developing basic tennis strokes while having fun! PEE WEE TENNIS Youth (*Ages 4 & 5 or ingoing Kindergarten) Alt Bauer Park Mon. & Wed. Session I 111402-01 Session II 111402-02 11:00 - 11:30 a.m. Kinderberg Park Tues. & Thurs. Session I 111403-01 Session II 111403-02 11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Germantown High School Monday Nights 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. 111406-16 Fees (per session) $20/Res., $28/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (*)Must be age 4 by start of class. ➤ Session I: M  ondays & Wednesdays June 16 - July 9 Tuesdays & Thursdays June 17 - July 10 Register by: Monday, June 9 ➤ Night Lessons: Mondays, June 16 - August 4 Wednesdays, June 18 - August 16 Register by: Monday, June 9

➤ Session II: M  ondays & Wednesdays July 14 - August 6 Tuesdays & Thursdays July 15 - August 7 Register by: Monday, July 7

MIGHTY MITE TENNIS Youth (Ingoing grades 1 & 2) Alt Bauer Park Tues. & Thurs. Session I 111402-03 Session II 111402-04 9:15 - 10:00 a.m. Kinderberg Park Mon. & Wed. Session I 111403-03 Session II 111403-04 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. Germantown High School Wednesday Nights 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. 111406-17 Fees (per session) $22/Res., $32/Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

Please NOTE: • Students are grouped by ability levels. • Tennis balls provided. • Make-ups due to inclement weather will take place on Fridays, (except on July 4). • Make sure to indicate an alternative class time/location in case your first choice is full. • FREE 10 & under USTA Jr. Membership included.

Alt Bauer: Min. 6, Max. 15 GHS/Kinderberg: Min. 6, Max. 20

Adult Tennis

Adults (Ages 18+) - Seniors ages 55+ Welcome Coordinator: Mike Kolz

LEVEL 1: BEGINNERS This program is designed for the adult or senior with little or no experience in tennis. Basic fundamentals of strokes and rules of tennis will be taught. Participants will be matched with people of similar abilities. Come out and discover a great way to have fun and get some exercise at the same time. ➤ Mondays / 8 weeks June 16 - August 4 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 141401-01 Germantown High School Tennis Courts Min. 8, Max. 20 LEVEL 2: ADVANCED BEGINNERS/ INTERMEDIATES This program is designed for adults or seniors who have played tennis and have developed some level of consistency. Players should have the ability to serve and rally. Time will be devoted to match play and competitive games that are designed to improve different aspects of your game. Instruction and drills will also be a part of the program. ➤ Wednesdays / 8 weeks June 18 - August 6 7:00 - 8:15 p.m. 141401-02 Germantown High School Tennis Courts Fee (per level): Res. & School Dist. Res.: $35/single, $50/couple; Non-res.: $51/single, $82/couple Enrollment: Min. 8, Max. 32 Register by: Monday, June 9

PLAY 2014 LEAGUE SEASON USTA Adult Leagues - all ages, all levels of play, year round USTA Jr. Team Tennis - 10 and under Tennis and FREE USTA membership Contact: Pam Hammond, USTA Adult Coordinator | phammond@wisconsin.usta.com Judy Veloff, USTA Jr. Coordinator | jveloff@wisconsin.usta.com

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Golf

Pee Wee Golf Lessons

Beginner Golf Lessons

Instructor: Jack Osieczanek

Instructor: Frank Carini

Catch golf fever! Basic fundamentals will be taught including grip, stance and swing. Putting techniques will also be covered. Students must supply their own clubs and purchase golf balls when at the range. Bring all clubs to class.

Lessons are for beginning and experienced teens and adults. Students must supply their own clubs and purchase golf balls when at the range. Bring a #7 or #9 iron to the first class.

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 3)

Adults & Teens (Ingoing grades 9 & up)

➤ Tuesdays / 6 weeks June 10 - July 15 (raindate: Tues., July 22) 6:00 - 6:40 p.m. 131302-01 Firemen’s Park (first 2 classes) - next to the Firehouse - park at Sr. Center or Park Ave. If rain, meet inside KMS Gym. Swing Time (next 3 classes) - W197 N10340 Appleton Avenue Blackstone Creek (last class) $31.25/Res., $45.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 15 Register by: Tuesday, June 3

➤ Option 1: Mondays / 5 weeks July 7 - Aug. 4 3:00 - 3:45 p.m. 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. 4:30 - 5:15 p.m.

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➤ Option 2: Wednesdays / 5 weeks July 9 - Aug. 6 3:00 - 3:45 p.m. 111304-04 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. 111304-05 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. 111304-06 Kennedy Middle School Track Area (first 3 classes) If rain, meet at KMS gym. Swing Time (last 2 classes) - W197 N10340 Appleton Avenue $25.25/Res., $36.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 6, Max. 10 Please register one week before program date.

Junior Golf Lessons Youth (Ingoing grades 4 - 8) Instructor: Frank Carini

Junior golf instruction includes learning basic skills focusing on grip, stance, swing and approaches. Students must supply their own clubs and purchase golf balls when at the range. Bring a #7 or #9 iron to the first class.

➤ OPTION 1: Tuesdays / 6 weeks June 10 - July 15 (raindate: Tues., July 22) 4:30 - 5:00 p.m. 111303-01 5:00 - 5:30 p.m. 111303-02 5:30 - 6:00 p.m. 111303-03 Register by: Tues., June 3

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 250-4711

Intermediate Golf Lessons Adults & Teens (Ingoing grade 9 to adult with some experience) Instructor: Frank Carini

For the golfer with some experience. If you’ve taken our beginner course and want to learn more - this class is for you. Basic fundamentals will be reinforced. Emphasis will be placed on working with special parts of the game based on individual needs. Students must supply their own clubs and purchase golf balls when at the range. Bring a #7 or #9 iron to the first class. ➤ Tuesdays / 6 weeks June 10 - July 15 (raindate: Tues., July 22) 6:40 - 7:20 p.m. 131301-01 Firemen’s Park (first 2 classes) - next to the Firehouse - park at Sr. Center or Park Ave. If rain, meet inside KMS Gym. Swing Time (next 3 classes) - W197 N10340 Appleton Avenue Blackstone Creek (last class) $31.25/Res., $45.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 15

Firemen’s Park (first 2 classes) - next to the Firehouse park at Sr. Center or Park Ave. If rain, meet inside KMS gym. Swing Time (next 3 classes) - W197 N10340 Appleton Ave. Blackstone Creek (last class) $25.25/Res., $36.25/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 15 Register by: Tuesday, June 3

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Sports Mania

Fall/Winter Adult League Sports

Group Rock Climbing

Organized play with a round robin schedule of games. Contact the Rec. Dept. Office at 250-4710 for specific registration information. All games played at Kennedy Middle School.

Learn basic climbing techniques and the proper way to wear a harness. Participants will be on the wall climbing within 10 minutes — no belaying or knot tying instruction will be given. ➤ Option 1: Friday, June 20 171810-01 ➤ Option 2: Friday, July 18 171810-02 ➤ Option 3: Friday, August 15 171810-03 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Adventure Rock 2125 W. Capitol Dr., Brookfield $15/Res., $18/Non-res., & School Dist. Res. (per option) Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 20 Please register one week before program date

Adults & Youth (Ages 4 - Adult) Instructor: Adventure Rock Staff

Co-Rec Volleyball League

Mondays (18+), A, B, B/C Divisions - Game times: 6:45, 7:45, 8:45 p.m. OPENINGS IN THE A DIVISION EXISTS!

CALL NOW FOR INFORMATION!

September - March, 2015

Women’s Volleyball League

Thursdays (18+), Divisions: A/B, B - Game times: 6:45, 7:45, 8:45 p.m. September - March, 2015

Men’s Basketball Leagues

Beginner Jiu-Jitsu and Beginner Martial Arts

Thursdays - Game times: 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 p.m. November - March, 2015

Youth, Teens, Adults (Ages 4 & up)

Instructors: Corey Becker/David Rhoads

Archery Program Youth, Teens, Adults (Ages 8 & up)

Instructor: Rich Frohmader, NASP Certified BAIT Trainer & USA Archery level 2 training coach

After watching the most recent archery-based movies, now is a great time to try this exciting sport of archery yourself. This opportunity to introduce archery is open to the entire family and yes, Mom, this includes you as well. This 4-week program will teach the archers of any ability the techniques of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). The 11-step 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. Bows and all required equipment will be provided to each attendee to use. Saturdays / 4 weeks ➤ Session 1: Apr. 19 - May 10 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. 191817-01 9:45 - 10:45 a.m. 191817-02 ➤ Session 2: July 12 - Aug. 2 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. 191817-03 9:45 - 10:45 a.m. 191817-04 $47/Res., $52/School Dist. Res. & Non-res. (per option) Enrollment: Min. 6, Max. 10 (per option) Dept. of Public Works Building (Lower level - Enter by gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave.

Explore the beginning fundamentals of the Martial Arts combined with the ground techniques in the exciting art of Jiu-Jitsu. Students of all ages and ability levels can expect to be part of a warm, friendly atmosphere that emphasizes humbleness and personal growth. Come and join us to ignite, excite, and explore your martial arts potential! Beginner Martial Arts Schedule: Kids MWF 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. MW 12 Noon - 12:45 p.m. Adults MWF 6:30 - 7:15 p.m. MW 11:00 - 11:45 a.m. Family Sat. 11:00 - 11:45 a.m. Beginner Jiu-Jitsu Schedule: Kids Tues./Thurs. 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. MW 10:00 - 10:45 a.m. Adults Tues./Thurs. 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. MW 10:00 - 10:45 a.m. Family Sat. 12:00 Noon - 12:45 p.m.

➤ Option 1: May 5 - May 16 ➤ Option 2: June 2 - June 13 ➤ Option 3: July 7 - July 18 ➤ Option 4: August 4 - August 15

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Flag Football

Summer Flag Football Camp

Fall Youth Flag Football Program

Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 6)

Instructors: Ray Baran and Flag Football Staff

The 1st & 2nd grade camp will focus on the basic skills of flag football. All 1st/2nd grade coaches are welcome to come and participate. Camp for grades 3 - 6 will focus on fundamentals of flag football. The goal is to help the players develop team concept skills such as passing, ball carrying, catching, punting, blocking, stance and flag pulling. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form. What to Bring?... Water bottle, no helmets will be used.

➤ Tuesday & Wednesday

July 8 & 9 111502-01 $21/Res., $31/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (Includes T-shirt) 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Friedenfeld Park - Country Aire Dr., 1/2 mi. north of Mequon Rd. Enrollment: Min. 25 Register by: Wed., June 25

Fall Little Gridders

Youth (Ages *4 - 6, Kindergarten & below only) Coordinator: Ray Baran

Volunteer Coaches Needed! This program is an introduction to the basic fundamentals of Flag Football. Each week will consist of a review of skills, followed by a scrimmage game against another team. Practice and scrimmage will last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes each Saturday for 7 weeks. The goal is to LEARN while having FUN! Children will be placed on teams and play a round robin schedule of games. They will use soft footballs on a 50 yard field. No helmets are needed! All teams will use the same formation in plays. We strongly suggest that players only participate in Soccer OR Little Gridders Football, NOT BOTH. What to Bring?... Water bottle. The Recreation Dept. will provide a team jersey. Other Information: Coaches will call player’s 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, Sept. 4th call the Rec. Dept. for team information. No refunds issued after August 15th. Please use special registration form on page 56 or register online. ➤ Saturday mornings / 7 weeks September 6 - October 18 211503-01 Friedenfeld Park Country Aire Dr., 1/2 mi. north of Mequon Rd. $25/Res., $35/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (*) Must be age 4 by start of program. Register by: Friday, August 8

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Youth (Ingoing grades 1 - 6) Coordinator: Ray Baran

Volunteer Coaches Needed! Join your schoolmates for some exciting Flag Football action! The goal of the Germantown Youth Flag Football program is to provide an instructional program which introduces basic skills while emphasizing teamwork. In addition, fair play, good sportsmanship and working toward a common goal will be stressed. Registration fee includes a team T-shirt, mouthguard and participation awards. Leagues will be formed for ingoing grades: • 1st Grade 211501-01 • 3rd Grade 211501-03 • 2nd Grade 211501-02 • 4th - 6th Grade 211501-04 Equipment Needed: Each player is required to provide their own regulation helmet and a chin strap. One mouthguard will be provided by the Recreation Department and will be handed out by your child’s coach at practice. NOTES: If you do not receive a call from a coach by Thursday, Aug. 7th call the Rec. Dept. for team information. • Head coaches accepted on a first come, first serve basis and upon the coordinator’s discretion with child’s registration. Combinations of up to 2 coaches accepted. • No refunds for this program issued after July 25th. • Car pool and player combination requests will not be accepted. Please use special registration form on page 56 or register online. PRACTICES: Begin in early-August GAMES: Saturdays / some evenings September 6 - October 18 WHERE: Friedenfeld Park - Country Aire Dr., 1/2 mi. north of Mequon Rd. Fees: E  arly Bird Special - If you register BY July 1st: $35/Res., $52/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. If you register AFTER July 1st fees will be: $46/Res., $63/Non-Res. & School Dist. Res. Register by: Thursday, July 10

Flag Football Program Helmet Exchange Tuesday, July 8 5:00 - 5:30 p.m. At Friedenfeld Park Bring your used helmets to sell or exchange. Please be onsite at 5:00 p.m.

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Flag Rugby / Adaptive Sports

Coed Flag Rugby

Coed Flag Rugby FREE TRIAL

Youth (Ingoing grades 3 - 9) Instructor: Dan Zeroth

Give one of the most popular sports in the world a TRY! Flag Rugby combines elements of football and soccer into a unique game that is easy to learn, fast paced, dynamic and requires no prior knowledge to play. Practices focus on basic skills through drills and games. Tournaments feature numerous competitive games against teams from all around the state. WHAT TO BRING/WEAR?...Participants should wear cleats or running shoes and bring a water bottle. Please indicate T-shirt size on registration form.

➤ Wednesdays / 7 weeks June 18 - July 30 Grades 3 - 5: 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. 111815-01 Grades 6 - 9: 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. 111815-02 North Middle School Football Field - Menomonee Falls N88 W16750 Garfield Drive (Football field is on the west side of the building. Enter off Garfield Dr. just west of pool patio.) Tournaments: June 28 @ Milwaukee Lakefront, July 12 @ Fond du Lac, July 26 @ TBD, August 2 @ Appleton $45/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 1, Max. 10

Youth (Ingoing grades 3 - 9) Instructor: Dan Zeroth

Not sure if Flag Rugby is for you? Come to this FREE practice session which will provide a basic introduction to the sport and sample games and drills that are featured during a normal class. Coaches will be on hand to answer any questions about the program. WHAT TO BRING/WEAR?...Participants should wear cleats or running shoes and bring a water bottle. Class is free, but pre-registration is required.

➤ Wednesday, June 4

Register by: Wednesday, June 11

Grades 3 - 5: 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. 111815-03 Grades 6 - 9: 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. 111815-04 North Middle School Football Field - Menomonee Falls N88 W16750 Garfield Drive (Football field is on the west side of the building. Enter off Garfield Dr. just west of pool patio.) FREE - pre-registration required! Enrollment: Min. 1, Max. 10 Register by: Wednesday, May 28

Adaptive Water Skiing and Tubing

IndependenceFirst, is an area non-profit agency serving people with disabilities for over 25 years offering a variety of recreation programs. For more information about our agency visit our website at www.independencefirst.org. For additional information about the specific programs listed, please contact Kathy Mohar at 414-226-8375 or kmohar@independencefirst.org. No residency restrictions apply, the county listed gives the location of the program, not for specific residence of that county. Community recreation programs for youth and adults with disabilities: • Wheelchair Ice Hockey in Waukesha and Milwaukee Counties in May and June. • Beep Baseball for people who are Blind/Visually Impaired in Milwaukee County in July and August. •  Adaptive Waterskiing and Tubing in Waukesha County in August. • Wheelchair Sports and Adaptive Recreation Festival in Milwaukee County in July. • Biking Buddies DUET bikes available for loan in all area counties by appointment only.

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Adaptive Water Skiing and Tubing is an amazing one day event in August giving people with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy the water and have fun! The equipment provided includes a sit-down water ski appropriate for people with disabilities who have trunk strength for sitting unsupported. In addition we use an inner-tube large enough for 4 people to sit in, with a floor and back rest, assisting and support people with limited trunk stability. To learn more and sign up for this exciting, unforgettable program please call Kathy Mohar 414-226-8375. Pre-registration is required along with a $10 fee.

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Adult Dance / Fitness Classes

Belly Dance

Zumba

Instructor: Laura Grunert

Instructor: Barbara Ederich Ramos, certified Zumba instructor and ZIN (Zumba Instructors Network) Member

Adults & Teens (Ages 16+)

Adults & Teens (Ages 13+)

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 and discover your inner goddess through this ancient dance form. Great for any age, size or fitness level - no prior dance experience necessary. 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).

➤ Wednesdays / 6 weeks June 11 - July 23 (No class July 2) Beginners: 6:45 - 7:45 p.m. Level 2: 8:00 - 9:00 p.m.

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 and more. Zumba classes are “fitnessparties “ that blend upbeat world rhythms with easy-to-follow choreography, for a total-body workout. All fitness levels welcome, no dance background necessary. WHAT TO BRING/WEAR?... Please wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes and bring a water bottle. If questions, contact instructor at 262-391-3931 or visit her website at www.bederichramos.zumba.com

➤ Mondays & Wednesdays / 6 weeks / June 23 - July 30 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. 133116-01 Germantown Senior Center $60/Res., $65/Non-res. & School Dist. Res (approx. $5/class) Enrollment: Min. 4, Max. 20 Please register one week before program date.

Preferred Fitness Classes

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 epartment of Public Works Building (Lower Level - Enter by D gas pumps) N122 W17177 Fond du Lac Ave. Beginners: $33/Res., $48/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Level 2: $38/Res., $55/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 10 (per option) Register by: Wednesday, June 4

Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: Preferred Fitness Staff

RESTORE YOUR CORE

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. ➤ Wednesdays / June 18 - August 6 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. 143113-01 $48/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 8

INDOOR/OUTDOOR BOOT CAMP

This program is packed with challenging, fun and energizing workouts designed to help you reach your fitness goals. Whether your goal is to lose weight, get fit, or just live a healthier lifestyle, this is the program for you! Everyone will be challenged to their ability and no one will be left behind. Program will run rain or shine. All equipment is provided. What to bring??? Bring a towel and water bottle. Tuesdays & Thursdays / 5 weeks ➤ Session I: June 17 - July 17 ➤ Session II: July 29 - August 28 Session I Session II Option 1: 5:30 - 6:30 a.m. 143113-02 143113-04 Option 2: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. 143113-03 143113-05 $80/Res., Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per session/option) Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 10 Preferred Fitness (located in the Sendik’s Plaza) N112 W15800 Mequon Rd. Please register on week before program date

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Fitness Classes Anytime Fitness Classes Adults (Ages 18+)

Summer shape up! Stay fit for the summer with our group exercise classes! Each class is designed for all fitness levels and absolutely no experience is necessary!

Yoga Core

Achieve a leaner and 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. No Yoga experience needed! What to bring??? Please bring a Yoga mat. Option 1: M  ondays / 7 weeks June 16 - Aug. 4 (no class 6/30) 7:45 - 8:45 p.m. 104139-01 Option 2: W  ednesdays / 7 weeks June 18 - Aug. 6 (no class 7/2) 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. 104139-02

Core/Total Body Stretch

Increase core strength, muscle flexibility and joint range of motion, while improving circulation with this combination of core exercises and total body stretching. What to bring??? Please bring a towel or Yoga mat to sit on. Sundays / 7 weeks 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. June 15 - Aug. 3 (no class 7/6) 104139-03 Surge Martial Arts N112 W16282, Mequon Rd. (located in the Pick ‘N Save strip mall in the old Anytime Fitness Building) Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 10 $49/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. (per option) Please register one week before program date.

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For more info, call 262-502-1800

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24-Day Weight Loss & Exercise Program

Give your body the jump-start it needs to lose 10 pounds this summer with a successful proven dietary and exercise program. This 24-day program is focused on creating healthier yet realistic lifestyle choices. We want you to learn how to sustain long-term weight management. Guided by our personal training staff you learn healthy food choices and clean eating. We kick the program off with a 10 day cleanse followed by a 14 day metabolic burn. Each student receives full access to Anytime Fitness Germantown, a designated coach, food guide & grocery list. All you have to do is say, “Yes, I can make healthy choices to see the changes I want.” FREE INFO MEETING... With so much to review & questions to answer, join us for a full summary and Q & A. Wednesday, May 21 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 104139-04 Program starts June 2nd Anytime Fitness Germantown FREE - pre-registration required Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 20

P.U.L.S.E.

(Produce Upper and Lower Strength and Elasticity) Adults (Ages 18+) Instructor: Ron Trabeau

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! There is no experience necessary for this class and is great for beginners. Join us to help ignite, excite, and explore your potential! What to bring??? Please bring a yoga mat. Tuesdays or Thursdays / 6 weeks Option 1: Tuesdays / 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Session I: May 13- June 17 143103-01 Session II: July 15 - August 19 143103-02 Option 2: Thursdays / 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Session I: May 15 - June 19 143103-03 Session II: July 17 - August 21 143103-04 $42/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. (per option) Surge Martial Arts N112 W16282 Mequon Rd. Enrollment: Min. 5, Max. 15 Please register one week before program date.

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Enrichment

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 pets 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, May 12: 3:00 - 7:00* p.m. 174710-01 ➤Friday, September 19: 2:00 - 6:00* p.m. 174710-02 Kinderberg Park Multi-Purpose Rm $5/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Enrollment: 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. Must be registered one week before program date

Cricut 101

Adults & Teens (Ages 13+) Ages 13-16 welcome with adult Instructor: Amy Heinen, Close to my Heart Consultant

Do you have a Cricut still in the box or on a shelf that has never been used because you’re not sure where to start? Or have you been thinking about purchasing one and aren’t sure if you would get use out of it? Here’s a class to learn the basics of the Cricut machinesboth the “baby bug” and the Expression (not Expression 2 or Cricut Explore). We’ll make a project at the end of the night using your new knowledge! What to bring: Please bring your Cricut and George Cartridge if you have them.

➤ Monday, May 19 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. 134313-01 Survive Alive House (N115 W18700 Edison Dr.) $15/Res., $20/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 2, Max. 6

Get Your Book Published Adults: Writers & Aspiring Writers (Ages 18+)

Register by: Monday, May 12

Instructor: Tom Kertscher

Keyboarding for Adults Adults (Ages 18+)

Guided lessons to learn step-by-step from the beginning. Learn how to type correctly in just a few hours using all your fingers.

➤ Wednesdays / 4 weeks May 28 - June 25 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 144104-01 Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Dr. (next to fire station #2) $36/Res. & School Dist. Res., $41/Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 6, Max. 15 Register by: Wednesday, May 21

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Milwaukee author and Washington County native Tom Kertscher will talk about how he got his first two books published and how he came up with the idea for what he hopes will be his third book (which, unlike the first two, is not about sports). He will go over developing a book proposal and answer questions about seeking out a publisher or agent. A PolitiFact Wisconsin reporter for the Journal Sentinel, Kertscher is the author of Cracked Sidewalks and French Pastry: The Wit and Wisdom of Al McGuire (University of Wisconsin Press) and Brett Favre: A Packer Fan’s Tribute (Turner Publishing). ➤ Tuesday, June 10 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. 144309-01 Germantown Library $15/Res., $17/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 10 Register by: Tuesday, June 3

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Enrichment

Learn to Wood Carve

Taming the High Cost of College

Adults, Teens and Youth (Ages 11 & up) Instructor: Greg Young

Come learn the basics of wood carving taught by local author, artist, and police chaplain Greg Young. You will learn to carve some fun simple beginner projects and Greg will also instruct you in various carving and sharpening techniques. The only thing required is to bring your sense of humor, because it will be a lot of fun! What to bring?.. Carving or filleting glove found at any local Outdoor Store (Fleet Farm, etc.). Any questions on type of glove or program call Instructor at 414-573-6008. Beginner Classes: Cowboy Boot Project ➤ Option 1: Thursday, June 26 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. 194314-01 ➤ Option 2: Friday, June 27 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. 194314-02 $26/Res., $37/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option)

Adults (Ages 18 & up)

Instructor: Brad Baldridge

Learn how to attend an expensive private university for less than the cost of a state school, how to qualify for more need-based financial aid, how to apply for financial aid, how to use tax scholarships to pay for your college expenses and how to get money from schools even if you do not qualify for need-based aid. Come see for yourself how to save money, save time and reduce stress when applying to and paying for college. For more information, visit BaldridgeCollegeSolutions.com. ➤ Tuesday, July 22 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. 144702-01 Menomonee Falls Community Center, Rm. 106 W152 N8645 Margaret Rd. Fees: $8/Res., $10/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 25 Register by: Tuesday, July 15

Intermediate Classes: Perched Eagle Project For those who have taken beginners classes and want to learn more. ➤ Thursdays, July 10 & 17 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. 194314-03 $43/Res., $54/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Dr. Enrollment: Min. 2, Max. 8 (per option) Please be registered one week before program date.

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Soap Carving Youth (Ages 7 & up)

Instructor: Greg Young

Do you want to learn to wood carve but are too young? Come learn the basics of carving using soap taught by local author and artist, and police chaplain Greg Young. You will learn to carve an animal and a simple relief carving using etching techniques. Participants will use plastic knives and pattern etchers during class. Class includes all supplies. 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. ➤ Option 1: Thursday, June 26 114315-01 ➤ Option 2: Thursday, July 17 114315-02 ➤ Option 3: Thursday, August 14 114315-03 Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Dr. $16/Res., $20/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 2, Max. 8 (per option) Please be registered one week before program date.

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Beginning Guitar 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 June 4 - July 16 (no class July 2) 6:00 - 6:50 p.m. 194213-01 Rockfield Music & Media N132 W17225 Rockfield Rd. (intersection of Rockfield & Division Rd.) $62/Res., $67/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 7 *Ages 6 - 9 with consent of instructor. Register by: Wed., May 28

The Clutter Coach Courses Adults (Ages 18+)

Instructor: Kathi Miller, Clutter Coach

Clutter-Free Living Level One If you want to live better with less stuff and enjoy a less stressful life but you don’t know how or where to begin, this class is for you. Clutter can drag down your energy and suck all the fun out of life. Whether you have overflowing storage, an overwhelming Inbox, or too many tasks to accomplish each day, you will learn ways to create and maintain a clutter-free life.

➤ Option 1: Monday, June 23 10:00 a.m. - 12 Noon 144709-01 Germantown Senior Center, Room 112A ➤ Option 2: Thursday, June 26 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. 144709-02 Menomonee Falls Community Center, Room 106

Clutter-Free Home Office Learn an easy system for managing all your paperwork, whether you run a business from your home, or are just trying to keep track of your mail. Reduce stress and increase your productivity! This course is especially good for anyone who tends to make piles of papers to deal with “later.” The course information applies to the home and workplace.

➤ Option 1: Monday, July 14 10:00 a.m. - 12 Noon 144709-03 Germantown Senior Center, Room 112A ➤ Option 2: Thursday, July 17 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. 144709-04 Menomonee Falls Community Center, Room 106 Menomonee Falls Community Center W152 N8645 Margaret Rd. Germantown Senior Center W162 N11960 Park Ave. $13/Res., $16/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per option) Enrollment: Min. 2, Max. 15 Please register one week before program date

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Directions to Menomonee Falls Community Center - Take Pilgrim Road south past Hwy. 45. You will pass over Main Street. Look for a baseball diamond on your left. The next road is Men. River Parkway, turn left. The Community Center is behind the baseball diamond.

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Gardening

Container Gardening Class

Patios, Walls and Walks Adults (Ages 18+) Instructor: Josh Tarantino, Hardscape Foreman at Wendland Landscape Services, Inc.

Adults (Ages 18+)

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

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!

Interested in adding some hardscaping to your yard? This class will give you the basic knowledge needed to complete your own small hardscaping project or the information needed to plan a large project and select the proper contractor. From concrete to pavers, you can create additional patio space or install a walkway. Learn to build a retaining wall or sitting wall using the wide variety of block products available today. ➤Saturday, June 14 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 444301-03

Saturday, May 17, 2014

➤Option 1: 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. ➤Option 2: 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

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Wendland Nursery W172 N10415 Division Road $17/Res., $22/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (fee includes 15” container) Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 10 Register by: Friday, May 9

W172 N10415 Division Road $5/Res., $10/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 8 Register by: Friday, June 6

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.

LOCAL PRODUCE & MORE

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Twenty (10’ x 20”) garden plots are available for $30 per plot, $55 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.) Reservations began the first Monday in March. To reserve your plot, call: 262-250-4710.

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Adult Trips REGISTRATION ACCEPTED IMMEDIATELY FOR THESE PROGRAMS The Phantom of the Opera

Beauty and the Beast

You’ll be entranced as you experience the world’s most haunting love story from Loge seating at the Marcus Center in Milwaukee. The Phantom of the Opera is a romantic masterwork of Andrew Lloyd Webber that unmasks emotions like no other show can, leaving audiences everywhere breathless. It is acclaimed to be the most popular musical of all time and is Broadway’s longest running musical in history! You don’t want to miss this great opportunity, so register early! Bus transportation will be provided from Germantown Village Hall and will depart at 1:00 p.m. Space is limited! ➤Saturday, July 26, 2014 176209-02 1:00 - 5:30 p.m. Enrollment: Min. 10, Max. 25 $74.50/Res., School Dist. Res. & Non-res. Register by: Friday, June 27

(Adults & Youth - Ages 6 & Up with Parent or Caregiver)

(Youth and Adult)

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is the classic story of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped in a spell placed by an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed to his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity. Beauty and the Beast has truly become an international sensation. Join us at the Marcus Center in Milwaukee for a show designed to entertain the whole family. Bus transportation will be provided from Germantown Village Hall and will depart at 12:00 p.m. Register early, space is limited! ➤ Sunday, March 22, 2015 12:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Min. 7, Max. 15 (per price category) Orchestra: $92.50 236209-04 Loge: $72.50 236209-05 Register by: March 2, 2015

The Lion King (Adults & Youth - Ages 6 & Up with Parent or Caregiver) Experience the phenomenon of Disney’s “The Lion King” at the Milwaukee Theater in Downtown Milwaukee. Marvel at the breathtaking spectacle of animals brought to life in this Tony Award Winning Broadway Sensation. Bus transportation will be provided from Germantown Village Hall and will depart at 12:00 p.m. Bring the family and see a show you will remember forever. Register early, space is limited! ➤ Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Min. 7, Max. 15 (per price category) Orchestra: $103.50 236209-02 Mezzanine: $83.50 236209-03 Register by: October 26

Fiddler on the Roof Fiddler on the Roof makes a triumphant return to the Fireside stage for a special anniversary season. This classic show held the title as Broadway’s longest running musical for over 20 years, winning nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Millions of people worldwide have fallen in love with Tevye, the long suffering dairyman who struggles to find a balance between his traditions and his family. It is a heartwarming story featuring one of Broadway’s most beautiful musical scores. This Fireside trip includes a fabulous lunch. ➤ Thursday, May 15 856209-10 Fee: $99 Deluxe Motor coach will depart from McDonald’s County Line/Q Hwy 41/45 at 9:00 a.m. and will return to County Line/Q Hwy 41/45 at approximately 5:30 p.m. Register by: May 1

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Driving Miss Daisy This funny and warm story has touched millions of theater goers and The Fireside is pleased to present a sparkling new production that will fill your heart with laughter and joy. You will be captivated by the story of Miss Daisy and her long time chauffeur & loyal friend Hoke. The play spans 20 years during which they face trials and triumphs with humor, compassion, and love. This is a lunch and show you will never forget. ➤ Thursday, June 26 856209-11 Fee: $99 Deluxe Motor coach will depart from McDonald’s County Line/Q Hwy 41/45 at 9:00 a.m. and will return to County Line/Q Hwy 41/45 at approximately 5:30 p.m. Register by: June 12

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Adult Trips REGISTRATION ACCEPTED IMMEDIATELY FOR THESE PROGRAMS

Smokey Joe’s Café

Brewer Games

This critically acclaimed musical revue is a joyful celebration of the music of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller who virtually invented rock ‘n’ roll. Smokey Joe’s Café features nearly 40 of the greatest songs ever recorded, such as “Hound Dog,” “Love Potion #9,” “Yackety Yak,” “Jailhouse Rock,” and many more. All songs are performed live by a cast of some of the country’s best young performers! The original production ran on Broadway for five years, and The Fireside’s exciting new staging of this smash hit musical is sure to bring you to your feet! This trip also includes lunch. ➤ Thursday, August 7 856209-12 Fee: $99 Deluxe Motor coach will depart from McDonald’s County Line/Q Hwy 41/45 at 9:00 a.m. and will return to County Line/Q Hwy 41/45 at approximately 5:30 p.m. Register by: July 24

Attend a Brewer game and you won’t have to worry about the parking. Look out as we arrive in grand style on our coach bus. For easier walking we will be dropped off at the handicapped entrance. It is a special day for seniors with great seats in the Loge section along the first base line that will provide plenty of afternoon shade, easy access to food & restrooms. Lunch will be on your own. ➤ Option 1: Thursday, May, 15 856209-09 Pittsburg Pirates Fee: $44 Deluxe Motor coach will depart from Germantown Center Mall at 10:15 a.m. and will return to Germantown Center Mall at approximately 5:00 p.m.

Wrigley Field

Register by: April 15

It’s always a great day at the ballpark, but especially if it’s historic Wrigley Field! Join the Germantown Seniors gang at the Brewers/ Cubs game and enjoy infield seating & some goodies on the way to Chicago. Whether you’re a Brewer fan or a Cubs diehard, we’re playing hooky so spend the day with us, and let us “take you out to the ball game.” This tour includes transportation, reserved infield box seating, and light refreshments on the motorcoach. ➤ Thursday, August 14 856209-26 Fee: $83 Deluxe Motor coach will depart from McDonald’s County Line/Q Hwy 41/45 at 8:00 a.m. and will return to McDonald’s at approximately 7:15 p.m. Register by: July 31

➤ Option 2: Wednesday, June 25 856209-14 Washington Nationals Fee: $44 Deluxe Motor coach will depart from Germantown Center Mall at 11:15 a.m. and will return to Germantown Center Mall at approximately 5:00 p.m.

Arlington Win! Place! Show! For 20 minutes it’s your race. You have 20 minutes to match wits with your fellow fans. Start by picking up your racing guide which contains all the clues you need to figure out the winners. Head down to the Paddock to watch your horse and jockey prepare, then stop by the betting windows to place your bet. Tour includes transportation, lunch at Olive Garden, race program, and grandstand seating. ➤ Thursday, September 11 856209-18 Fee: $78 Deluxe Motorcoach departs McDonald’s County Line/Q Hwy 41/45 & County Line Rd. at 8:45 a.m. and will return to McDonald’s at approximately 7:00 p.m. Register by: August 28

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Wheels for Germantown Need a ride to the grocery store, bank, shopping, 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 60+ and operates weekdays from 9-3. Call 262-250-4712 for more information and/or to make a reservation. The Senior Center is also in need of volunteer drivers to drive as little as one day per week. Please contact the Senior Center if you are interested.

Germantown Center Mall N112 W16500 Mequon Rd. (Squire Rd & Mequon Rd) Park directly west of undeveloped area, just north of Speedway gas station.

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Senior Activities CONGREGATE & HOME DELIVERED MEAL PROGRAM A nutritious meal takes place at the Senior Center everyday at 11:30. Call 1-414-3808666 for further information.

Wheels for Germantown Handicapped accessible vehicles driven by volunteer drivers. This service is for adults 55 or older. For information call 250-4712.

SENIOR CENTER OPEN SESSIONS

A typical Open Session may be an informational presentation on topics of interest, health, legal issues or a travelogue. Activities include trips and tours, crafts, baseball darts, card playing, movies, socials, exercise, and much, much more. Coffee is available as is the opportunity to socialize with your friends, old and new. For more information check local newspapers, village web site, cable station 25 or call the Senior Center at 253-7799 for monthly schedule for individual special events. WHERE: Senior Center, W162 N11960 Park Ave.

WEEKLY PROGRAMS • Mondays 10:00 Strong People 12:30 Open Sheepshead 12:30 WII Bowling 1:00 Tai Chi • Tuesdays 9:30 E  lderly Benefit Specialist 2nd Week 10:00 Nutri-Bingo 12:30 Polish Poker 12:30 Sheepshead Tournament 2:30 Yoga • Wednesdays 9:30 Nail Clinic Ist & 3rd week 10:30 Health Screening 4th Week 12:30 Club Meeting 2nd & 4th Week (Social) 12:30 Bunko 1st Week 12:30 Jackpot Bingo 3rd Week • Thursdays 9:30 Chat N Crafts 10:00 Strong People 12:30 Baseball Darts 12:30 Bridge • Fridays 9:00 Gentle Fitness 12:30 Hand & Foot 12:30 Canasta & 500 alternate Weeks 12:30 Poker Pool 4:30 Dinner & a movie 2nd Week

Senior Citizens Club

Benefits of membership include: free annual subscription to the center’s monthly newsletter “The Golden Years Gazette” (mailing is extra.) Activities include card playing, annual picnic and holiday parties. Who: All persons who are 55+ (spouse may be under 55) Regular Meetings & Cards: Second Wednesday, Fourth Wed. Social Fifth Wed - Special Club Event Annual Fee: $15/Res., $21/Non-res. Mailing of newsletter at additional cost.

Senior Club Picnic

Wednesday, June 25, 2014 Firemen’s Park For more information, please call the Germantown Senior Center at 262-2537799. Sign up will be at the Senior Center.

Trips & Tours

Monthly day trips and extended day trips are offered to all adults. Call or stop in for information. See page 44-45 for trips.

SENIOR CENTER ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR RENT Reservations may be made by residents only in person weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The facility is available for private parties (baby showers, bridal showers, adults 55+ older birthday parties, small weddings, family reunions) and may not be used for fundraising purposes unless sponsored by a Germantown community related organization. Call 253-7799 for more information.

Senior Center Gift Shop Hours

Mondays - closed; Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays - 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.; Thursdays - 9:00 a.m. - Noon

Please Help!

Volunteers are needed. If you can drive any time, please call Senior Center at 253-7799.

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Exercise Equipment Room

Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., No fee. Orientation required before use.

Gentle Fitness

An innovative program for all fitness levels featuring smooth natural movements. Fridays, 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.

YOGA

Tuesdays / 8 weeks 2:30 - 3:15 p.m. $25 - register at site

Pool Room

Pool room open daily for small groups or individual play.

Senior Tax Exchange Program Seniors (Age 62+ & must collect Social Security)

Welcome to the Germantown School District Senior Tax Exchange Program (STEP). The district is very proud of this program and hope you will enjoy your association with the Germantown School District. Germantown is excited about this opportunity to involve the school district seniors in the process of education and schooling while returning to them property tax relief. To be a STEP volunteer you must be 62 years of age and collect Social Security. You will earn $5.00 per hour for up to 86 hours for a maximum tax credit of $430. Please call the STEP Coordinator for more information at (262) 253-3900 or click on the link www.germantown. k12.wi.us to view and print the senior handbook and application. Registrations for STEP will be taken at the Park and Recreation Department. The Registration number is 556212-01.

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Senior Center Computer Classes REGISTRATION ACCEPTED IMMEDIATELY FOR THESE PROGRAMS Adults (Ages 40+) Instructor: Main Street Computers

Basic Beginners Computer Class

This course is for people new to computers. Basic instruction, learn basic computer skills. Understand computer concepts and their functions. ➤ Option 1: Tuesdays, June 3 - 24 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 814107-01 ➤ Option 2: Mondays, August 4 - 25 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 814107-02

Intermediate Computer Class

Includes hands-on practice with changing the desktop, mouse and even saving and finding documents. Learn the best and safest way to surf the internet. This class is for advanced students with basic internet experience. ➤ Option 1: Mondays, June 2 - 23 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 814107-03 ➤ Option 2: Mondays, June 2 - 23 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 814107-04 ➤ Option 3: Mondays, August 4 - 25 12:15 - 1:15 p.m. 814107-05

Come and learn about Applications, the Internet, and Mobile Computing and improve your typing skills. Learn why Windows Updates are critical and how to do them. This class covers adding and removing software, creating CD’s (music) and DVDs, and the search and help features. ➤ Option 1: Mondays, July 7 - 28 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 814107-06 ➤ Option 2: Mondays, July 7 - 28 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 814107-07 ➤ Option 3: Tuesdays, August 5 - 26 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 814107-08

This class is designed for people who are familiar with navigating the Internet or have taken the Intermediate II computer class. Learn some advanced features within Windows including the task manager, using internet links, installing programs, fine and installing programs, find and install device drivers, & compare anti-virus programs. ➤ Option 1: Tuesdays, June 3 - 24 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 814107-09 ➤ Option 2: Thursdays, June 5 - 26 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 814107-10 ➤ Option 3: Thursdays, August 7 - 28 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 814107-11 ➤ Option 4: Thursdays, August 7 - 28 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 814107-12

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This course introduces you to using Microsoft Word 2007. It will teach you the fundamentals of word processing with Word. After taking this course, you will be able to create, edit, format, and print basic business documents using Word. ➤ Option 1: Wednesdays, June 4 - 25 12:15 - 1:15 p.m. 814107-17 ➤ Option 2: Wednesdays, July 9 - 30 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 814107-18 ➤ Option 3: Thursdays, July 10 - 31 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 814107-19 ➤ Option 4: Mondays, August 4 - 25 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 814107-20

Introduction to Microsoft Excel ‘07

Get a handle on the new look of Excel. Find everyday commands on the Ribbon: Cut, Copy, Paste, Insert Sheet Rows, Insert Sheet Columns and Sum. Save workbooks in the new Excel file formats. ➤ Thursdays, June 5 - 26 12:15 - 1:15 p.m. 814107-21

Introduction to iPad

Intermediate II Computer Class

Intermediate III Computer Class

Introduction to Microsoft Word ‘07

➤ Option 1: Thursdays, July 10 - 31 12:15 - 1:15 p.m.

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➤ Option 2: Thursdays, August 7 - 28 12:15 - 1:15 p.m.

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Introduction to Email

Do you ever fell like the only person who doesn’t use email? You don’t need to feel left out. More than ever, email is easy to understand and use. This course discusses various types of email providers and the features and tools they include with an email account and setup. ➤ Option 1: Wednesdays, June 4 - 25 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 814107-13 ➤ Option 2: Wednesdays, June 4 - 25 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 814107-14 ➤ Option 3: Tuesdays, July 8 - 29 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 814107-15 ➤ Option 4: Wednesdays, August 6 - 27 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 814107-16 Germantown Senior Center W162 N11960 Park Ave. $30/Res., $55/School Dist. Res. and Non-res. Enrollment: Min. 3, Max. 4 Please register one week before program date Please check the Village of Germantown Park & Recreation website, https://gtownrec.com for more class offerings. The Senior Center has Internet based courses which include: Introduction to Facebook, Introduction to the Internet, Introduction to Craigslist, as well as digital photography classes.

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The parade kicks off this years’ celebration on Friday, July 4th at 12:00 Noon! *Parade at noon *Activities at Firemen’s Park 11:00am-10:45pm *Fireworks at dusk Join us for the best hometown celebration of the 4th of July in the area. The festivities start with the 4th of July parade at noon which features local civic, school, scout and church groups, music, floats, decorated cars and trucks, animals, stilt walkers and more! Afterwards bring your family and friends to Firemen’s Park. Have an old fashioned family picnic, but you won’t need to bring a thing because there will be plenty of area groups selling food and beverages. There will be entertainment and activities for all ages to fill your afternoon.

• Burgers • Brats

• Ice Cream • Pretzels

The celebration ends with the area’s biggest and best fireworks. Bartolotta Fireworks Company will light up the sky from the base of the hill at Firemen’s Park at dusk. All proceeds from the 4th of July festivities support the Germantown Kiwanis Club and the kids’ programs that they support here in Germantown. If you would like more information about the 4th of July, how to be in the parade or to become a sponsor, visit: www.gtownkiwanis.org or please call the 4th of July hotline at 262-4244457 and leave a message; a member will contact you. If you would like more information about the Kiwanis Club of Germantown, visit the website listed above. You are welcome to attend one of our weekly meetings held every Wednesday, 7:30am at Aldo’s Pizza & Pub.

• Soda • Beer

• Cotton Candy

GERMANTOWN FOOD  PANTRY NEEDS YOUR HELP! Germantown Youth Futures will be collecting nonperishable food items, personal items, cleaning supplies, laundry soap, trash bags and school supplies during the parade. In the summer, the shelves are especially low, so please donate during the Fourth of July Parade when you see the Germantown Youth Futures group pushing shopping carts in the parade. All items will go to the Germantown - St. Boniface/St. Gabriel Food Pantry, located in St. Boniface Parish Center at W204 N11968 Goldendale Road. If you have any questions about the 4th of July Food Pantry collection or want to volunteer, please contact the parish rectory at 262-628-2040.

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2014 Germantown Community Library Summer Reading Program: Fizz! Boom! Read! For babies up to kids going into 6th grade. Sign up for reading logs beginning Monday, June 2 and read through August 29. Book Fair Mon., June 9 – Sat., June 21 Programs: June 16 - Aug. 7 Tuesdays: 10:30 a.m. Preschool Storytime (geared to 3 - 5 year olds) 1:30 p.m. Inner Artist Storytime (geared to 1st grade & up) Special Tuesday Programs: TBA Thursdays: 10:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. All ages are welcome! Programs geared towards school age kids. June 19 Age of Reptiles – Interactive Reptile Program June 26 The Science of Jim Lenz – Comedy and Science Show July 3 Wild Rumpus Circus July 10 TBA July 17 Duke Otherwise – Fun and Funky Music July 24 Roe Family Singers – “Good-Time, Old-Time Hillbilly Music” July 31 Soda Pups – Trained Pomeranian Dogs Aug. 7 Sunset Playhouse Children’s Theatre – Hey Diddle Diddle Please check with the library or visit our web site for any updates at: www.germantownlibrarywi.org

 ERMANTOWN COMMUNITY LIBRARY G N112 W16957 Mequon Rd Germantown, WI 53022 (262) 253-7760 germantownlibrarywi.org

Summer Library Hours

Mon.-Thurs. 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Fridays 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. The Germantown Community Library will try to accommodate the special needs of all children. We require a 48-hour advance notice when a signer needs to be provided or if an outdoor program needs to be redesigned to accommodate a wheelchair. Let us know how we can make this an exciting summer for all children in Germantown. Questions: call 253-7760

YA Summer Reading Program - Watch for info about the YA program for kids going into 7th – 12th grades. Read and enter prize drawings. Read to Rover at Germantown Community Library - Read to Rover is a great program that gives children the chance to read aloud to a dog who loves to listen. This program is for children going into grades 1-4. The time slots are 15 minutes. A parent/ guardian must sign a consent form and register his/her child. Contact the library starting June 2nd for more information.

Bell Ringing at Christ Church Museum of Local History - May 3, 2014 Genealogists at the Wolf Haus on Wednesdays Open June 4 - Oct. 1, Wednesdays 1-4 p.m. Christ Church of Local History Museum - 1862 Open June 1 - Oct. 1, Sundays 1-4 p.m.

Sat & Sun, Sept. 27 & 28, 2014 - Noon

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Community Celebrations / Events Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Outing A FUN way to do business! This event brings together community businesses, approximately 100 golfers and many ways to promote your business to each of them at various price levels. We are now accepting: sponsors, golfers, raffle donations! Contact the Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce at 262-255-1812 or visit the Germantown Chamber website at www.germantownchamber.org for additional information about this event.

NEWCOMERS - Newcomers is a non-commercial organization for women residing in the Menomonee Falls/ Germantown trading area. Please join us to socialize, have fun and know your community. The club also has social events and hobby boards for women, couples and families throughout the year. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month, September through May, 7:00 p.m., at Menomonee Falls Public Library, W156 N8446 Pilgrim Rd., Menomonee Falls, WI, 53051. Please call 262623-0701 for more information.

Germantown Mai Fest 25th Annual Celebration May 16, 17 & 18

The annual Mai Fest 2014 celebration will be held at the Germantown Market Place on Squire Drive & Mequon Road on Friday, May 16 from 5:00pm – 12:00am Saturday, May 17 from 11:00am – 12:00am and Sunday, May 18 from 12:00pm – 800pm. The three day festival will include a Friday night fish fry with music by Carol & the Keynotes. Later Friday night, music by Rebel Grace. Saturday we will return to our ethnic heritage that features German dancing, food and music featuring Die Freistadt Alte Kameraden and Peggy Muelle: Saturday night The Toys will return. Sunday will be a full day of German dancing, food and music with Johnny Hoffmann and The Kenny Brandt Band. There will be plenty of fun and gemütlichkeit for people of all ages. Please join us at this fundraising event sponsored by the Deutschstadt Heritage Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation. Please follow us on Facebook or more information call 262-251-2853 or email chrisyatchak@yahoo.com. maifestgermantown.com

WHEELING FOR HEALING Join Community Memorial Foundation for the 17th annual Wheeling for Healing family bike ride on Saturday, August 9. This special fundraiser celebrates cancer survivors and benefits the Cancer Care Center at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Community Memorial Hospital. Riders may choose from four routes through Menomonee Falls, Germantown and surrounding communities: a family-friendly 4-mile route, a leisurely 15-mile route, a reconfigured 32-mile route or a challenging 62-mile route for avid cyclists. All routes begin and end at Community Memorial Hospital. A post-ride celebration begins at 9:45 a.m. offering complimentary food, entertainment, raffles, children’s activities and more. Online registration begins June 2 at communitymemorialfoundation. org. Call 262.257.3761 for more information.

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Just Between Friends Sale Be a part of the biggest children’s consignment sale in Germantown/Port Washington (Washington County and Ozaukee County areas including Menomonee Falls)! Shop and get deals on clothes, toys and more. Sell your items as a consignor an earn 60%-70% on your goods. Sign up online to be a “Team Member” and shopthe best deals!!! Check out the Fall/Winter sale Sept.30th-Oct.5th on our website www.jbfsale.com (Germantown/Port Washington) for times/details. SHOP. SELL. SAVE SMART!

Children’s Rummage & Toys Come check out the Children’s Rummage which benefits the Germantown Powers, Spark, Pixies & Pixies Dust performance groups. Clothing (infants - 14/16), toys, games, puzzles, books, movies, bikes and more will be available for purchase. 50% off the last half hour of the sale for those admitted at 2:00 p.m. or after. Like to shop early?? A donation of $5 opens up our children’s rummage sale from 4-6 p.m. on May 16th to Early Bird Shoppers.

➤Saturday, May 17, 2014

8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Germantown Public Works Building

Adrenaline Triathlon: August 23, 2014

Elevate (formerly the Council on AODA and Nova Services) is pleased to be offering our 6th Annual Adrenaline Triathlon in Random Lake, Wisconsin. This sprint triathlon is comprised of a ¼ mile swim, 16 mile bike and 5K run in beautiful Sheboygan County! For more information on how to register, volunteer or become a sponsor of this event, please contact Mary Simon at (262) 677-2155 or msimon@elevateyou.org or visit our website at www.adrenalineraces.org.

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Germantown Park and Recreation Presents:

Bring the family to Firemen’s Park for some Big Top fun right in your own backyard! Thursday, June 26 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Junior Thurs., July 17 and Fri., July 18 Germantown High School Stage *(Auxiliary Gym) 6:30 p.m.

See Page 20 For More Details!

Tickets can be purchased at the door. Adults: $3.00. Children (14 and under): $2.00. 2 & under: Free. Groups welcome. For more information, contact the Germantown Rec. Department at 250-4710 * Due to summer construction projects, please verify location on our website at www.village.germantown.wi.us

“Friends of Parks & Recreation” Organization

CRAFT FAIR IN THE PARK Join us at Freidenfeld Park on Saturday September 6th starting at 8:00 a.m. and going until the completion of the last football games around 3:00 p.m. Approximately 4000 people come to the park to watch their children, grand children, and friends play both football and soccer throughout the day. The people are already here, all we need are the exhibitors. Spots will be located along the walking path beginning at the front parking lot and following around to the back lot between the playing fields. WHEN: Saturday, September 6, 2014 TIMES: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (Set up starts at 6:00 a.m.) DETAILS: Each space will be approx. 14’x 14’, NO power available, Original art and crafts only. COST: $20 per space HOW TO REGISTER: You can register online at https://gtownrec.com (registration # 546216-02) or call our office at 250-4710. We will want to know the type of product you are selling and your email address. GFPR will assign spots as registrations are received. Any questions please call Ray Baran at 414-581-4296.

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Germantown Parks Directory For park reservation information contact the Germantown Park and Recreation Department at 250-4710.

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.

Friedenfeld Park (Peaceful Park)

Reservation Policy

Haupt Strasse Park (Main Street)

Reservations for all park shelters can be made by phone or in person starting the first Monday in February for that calendar year. 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.

Located north of Mequon Road on Country Aire Drive - community park, 53 acres, flag football, football and soccer fields, baseball/softball field, concession/ storage facility and modular play equipment. Located on Western Avenue and Main Street - neighborhood park, 13 acres, the facility includes softball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts, skateboard park, horseshoe pits, modular play equipment, picnic tables, shelter and off-street parking.

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.

Sprayground Hours: Kinderberg Park - 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Memorial Day through 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)

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.

On Lilac and Maple Roads - 39 acres, the facility includes a picnic shelter, picnic tables, 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.

Spassland Park (Play Land) Dead-end of Colonial Drive near County Line School - neighborhood park, 20 acres, includes a softball diamond, basketball courts, soccer fields, tennis courts, volleyball court, horseshoe pits, modular play equipment, shelter, water fountain, picnic tables, benches, trail system, disc golf course and a parking lot.

Firemen’s Park

Wiedenbach Park (Meadow by the Brook)

Bordered by Park Avenue and Freistadt Road - community park, 17 acres, baseball diamond, softball diamonds, basketball courts, soccer fields, volleyball court, horseshoe pits, modular play equipment, picnic shelter, picnic tables, benches and water fountain.

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Located on Beech Drive in Willow Creek Heights - neighborhood park, 5 acres, the facility includes a softball diamond, basketball courts, modular play equipment, picnic tables and off street parking.

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Community Athletic Programs / Events The Germantown Recreation Department does not sponsor, register or program any of the athletic programs listed here. Each program lists a contact name and phone number for you to call regarding any other information.

Germantown HAWKS

Youth Football Registration for Hawks Football is done online starting in mid January for the upcoming Fall 2014 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.

Hawks football and competition cheerleading!! This program is available to incoming 5th through 8th grade students in the Germantown school district. Visit our website at gtownhawkscheer.shutterfly.com or email us at germantownhawkscheer@gmail.com for the upcoming season’s tryout information.”

Germantown Little League

(This program is not affiliated with the Germantown Recreation Department)

For information visit our website at www.germantownlittleleague.org

2014/2015 Germantown Kickers Soccer Season

Have Fun, Make Friends, Play Soccer Youth ages 6-19 in Grades 1-12 are invited to register to play with the Germantown Kickers, an affiliate of the Milwaukee Kickers Soccer Club, one of the largest youth focused soccer organizations in the country, and Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association. Because the program is NOT affiliated with the Germantown Recreation Department, visit www.germantownsoccer. org for age group categories. Fall Season 2014* Practices - mid August Games - early September/October *Register early; teams are formed by July 15th. To register, go to www.mksc. org and sign up in the Germantown Region. Spring Season 2015 Practices – early April Games – mid April - early June *Limited space is available for Spring registration; contact Annette Mueller at 414-531-0912 or abmueller@att.net today. Online Registration for Fall 2014 begins May 1, and Spring 2015 begins Jan 3, 2015 at www.mksc.org. Not a player but want to participate? Volunteer coaches are welcome, we will train.

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Germantown FC Milwaukee

Wisconsin’s most successful and 2011 National Championship winning soccer club, FC Wisconsin, www.fcwisconsin.com), located in Germantown, offers soccer opportunities for youth ages 5 and up. 2 Distinct Juniors programs: • J uniors Recreational - for players ages 5 - 10 •F  C Juniors Development for players ages 6 - 10. Offers advanced soccer training by paid professional coaches. Contact FC Wisconsin Nationals for more information: leanne.talbert@fcmilwaukee.org FC Wisconsin Nationals offers U11 and above select soccer with access to Local, State, Midwest and National Leagues. Contact Ben Shepherd, or Billy Solberg in regard to U11 and above tryouts. Ben Shepherd ben.shepherd@fcmilwaukee.org Billy Solberg billy.solberg@fcmilwaukee.org

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 – to get more information or registration forms for the Hornets sessions please visit the website below. WWW.GERMANTOWNWRESTLING.COM All Hornets sessions require a USA wrestling membership – USA Wrestling Memberships can be purchased separately at http://www. usawmembership.com/ If you have any further questions, please go to WWW.GERMANTOWNWRESTLING.COM

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Department Policies Registration Fee Policy 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: • T he 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. • P  articipants 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.

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• NO refunds or credits will be issued once a class has started. • There is no pro-rating of class fees. • 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 6 & 7 for Kids Klub/Awesome August 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.

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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 250-4711

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General Information Facility Reservations

MAKEUPS?

PARK SHELTERS

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 that calendar year on a first come, first serve basis.

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.

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 2504710 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.

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.

Sprayground Hours: Kinderberg Park - 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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.

REGISTER BY DATE

Persons should register by the date indicated. If your class does not meet their 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. If you are registering for a program within 48 hours of the class start date, please print your receipt and take to class to show 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 April.

A Message To Parents (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 is full. All age 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

Rentals Available Now! 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, Firemen’s, Spassland, Haupt Strasse and Schoen Laufen Parks. Kinderberg Park’s multi-purpose room/shelter is available year round. Reserve your facility today by calling 262-250-4710 or registering online at https://gtownrec.com

Memorial Day – Labor Day, Weather permitting

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ACTIVITY CHANGES / SCHEDULES

BROCHURE SCHEDULE

IN REGARD TO THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

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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.

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2014 NIGHT T-BALL REGISTRATION

GERMANTOWN PARK AND RECREATION - NIGHT T-BALL 2014 REGISTRATION FORM - ONE FORM PER CHILD ONLY PLAYER NAME ___________________________________________ HOME PHONE ___________________ WORK PHONE ___________________ ADDRESS ________________________________________________ CITY ________________________________ ZIP _______________ BIRTH DATE ____/ ____/ _______

AGE AT START OF PROGRAM ____________ GRADE IN FALL 2014-2015 _________________

SCHOOL ATTENDING ______________________________

SCHOOL DISTRICT:

SEX:

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o GERMANTOWN o OTHER

LIST ALL MEDICAL DISABILITIES, MEDICATIONS, ALLERGIES, ETC. _______________________________________________________________

PROGRAM (please check):

o NIGHT JR T-BALL (#111103-03)

o NIGHT SR. T-BALL (#111103-04)

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

COACHING INFORMATION:

o YES I WOULD LIKE TO BE A COACH. NAME: _________________________________ (W) PHONE _______________________ CELL ___________________________ EMAIL: ____________________________________________________________________ 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) o Check (payable to: Germantown Rec. Dept.) o Cash Credit Card (circle one) Exp. Date ____/____ Card # ________________________ Card Holder Name: ________________________ Signature ______________________________________ Fees: $38.50/Res., $56.50/Non-res. & School Dist. Res.

2014 FALL SPORTS PROGRAMS REGISTRATION

GERMANTOWN PARK AND RECREATION - FALL SPORTS PROGRAMS 2014 REGISTRATION FORM - ONE FORM PER CHILD ONLY PLAYER NAME ___________________________________________ HOME PHONE ___________________ WORK PHONE ___________________ ADDRESS ________________________________________________ CITY ________________________________ ZIP _______________ BIRTH DATE ____/ ____/ _______

AGE AT START OF PROGRAM ____________ GRADE IN FALL 2014-2015 _________________

SCHOOL ATTENDING ______________________________

SCHOOL DISTRICT:

SEX:

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o GERMANTOWN o OTHER

LIST ALL MEDICAL DISABILITIES, MEDICATIONS, ALLERGIES, ETC. _______________________________________________________________

HEIGHT: FEET ______ INCHES ______ WEIGHT: ________ PROGRAM (please check):

o GRIDDERS (#211503-01)

(height/weight needs to be included in order for your child to be put on a Flag/Gridders team)

o PEE WEE SOCCER (#211806-01)

o U-6 SOCCER (#211806-02)

TEAM PLAYED ON LAST SEASON (if none, please indicate): ___________________________________________________ FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE (please check division):

o 1ST (#211501-01)

o 2ND (#211501-02)

o 3RD (#211501-03)

o 4TH - 6TH (#211501-04)

COACHING INFORMATION:

o YES I WOULD LIKE TO BE A HEAD COACH. o YES I WOULD LIKE TO BE AN ASST. COACH.

COACH T-SHIRT SIZE ______

NAME: _________________________________ (W) PHONE _______________________ CELL __________________________________ EMAIL: ___________________________________________________________________ Are you coaching any other Rec. Dept. Football teams? If so, list division(s) ________________________________________________ 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) o Check (payable to: Germantown Rec. Dept.) o Cash Credit Card (circle one) Exp. Date ____/____ Card # ________________________ Card Holder Name: ________________________ Signature ______________________________________ Fees: F  lag Football Lg - $35/Res., $52/Non-res. & SDR before July 1st. After July 1st - $46/Res., $63/Non-res. & SDR; Gridders/Soccer - $25/Res., $35/Non-res. & SDR


SUMMER 2014 REGISTRATION FORM

First/Last Name (of parent or legal guardian)____________________________________________ E-mail Address ________________________________

Address_____________________________________________City/Zip__________________ q Check here if any information has changed

o Other

program

Home Phone______________________________Work/Day Phone ______________________________ Cell Phone ______________________________ Special considerations (medications, disabilities, etc.) for: ________________________________________ o Yes, I need a modification for _____________________ because of a disability.

School District: o Germantown

Emergency Name & Phone (if no one answers at the above numbers) ______________________________ Relationship to registrant(s) _____________________

Total Amount

$

Credit $

Total Fees $

Fee

111402-01 $20

Registration Number

Please note that special registration forms are needed for the following programs: Tyke Site PLUS, Summer Kids Klub & Awesome August . Please stop at the Rec. Office to pick up these forms or visit our web site. For Night T-Ball, Fall Flag Football, Fall LIttle Gridders, Fall Pee Wee & U-6 Soccer, please use forms on page 56 or register online.

Specific Program Name (Option/Session/Time/Park)

Signature

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Card Holder Name_________________________

Card # __________________________________

Credit Card (circle one) Exp. Date_____ /_____

o Cash

to: Germantown Recreation Dept.)

o Check (Please make one check for total due payable

4 Payment Method: (check one)

Mon-Wed Pee Wee Tennis/Sess 1 11:15/Alt Bauer

Name of Registrants/Participants T-shirt M/F Date of Age Ingoing School Grade Attending 13-14 First Last Size Birth

Youth Jamie Masiarchin F 8/9/05 7 2 Cty. Line Med.

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

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. Tykes 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.

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

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How to Register REGISTRATION BEGINS: VILLAGE & SCHOOL DISTRICT RESIDENTS - MONDAY, APRIL 14TH AT 8:00 A.M. NON-RESIDENTS - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16TH AT 8:00 A.M.

MAIL-IN

24-HOUR DROP BOX

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

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.

ONLINE https://gtownrec.com To use this option, call 250-4710 or email parkrec@village.germantown. wi.us for your user name and password ahead of time.

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:

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IN-PERSON REGISTRATION

On Wednesday, April 16th, 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.

PLEASE NOTE:

MAIL-IN, DROP BOX or FAX registrations for Village & School District Residents received PRIOR to Monday, April 14th or NonResidents received PRIOR to Wednesday, April 16th will be held and processed randomly.

 AIL-IN, DROP BOX or FAX registrations for Village & School District M Residents received ON OR AFTER April 14th and Non-Residents received ON OR AFTER April 16th will be randomly processed according to the date received. You may continue to register until classes are full. If you do not 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.

SPECIAL REGISTRATION FORMS NEEDED

Please note that special registration forms are needed for the following programs: Tyke Site PLUS, Summer Kids Klub and Awesome August. Please stop by the Recreation Department office for these forms or visit our web site www.village.germantown.wi.us. For Night T-Ball, Fall Flag Football, Fall Little Gridders or Fall Pee Wee & U-6 Soccer, please use registration forms on page 56 or register online.

AGE/GRADE REQUIREMENT

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

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.

REGISTER BY DATE

IF YOU DO NOT GET INTO A CLASS:

CLASS CONFIRMATIONS

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.

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Your account will automatically be credited unless otherwise notified. SORRY: P  hone 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 AREA PARKS 1. FIREMEN’S PARK - 17 acres

11. LITTLE LEAGUE PARK -10 acres

(At corner of Freistadt & Division Roads)

12. FRIEDENFELD PARK - 53 acres

(West of KMS, S. of Freistadt Rd. along Park Ave.)

(On Country Aire Dr., 1/2 mi. N. of Mequon Rd.)

2. HAUPT STRASSE PARK - 13 acres

13. SURVIVE ALIVE HOUSE

(1/2 mile N. of Mequon Rd. on the corner of Western & Main)

(N115 W18700 Edison Drive - Next to Fire Station #2)

3. SPASSLAND PARK - 20 acres

GERMANTOWN AREA SCHOOLS 14. GERMANTOWN HIGH SCHOOL

(North & adjacent to County Line School, off of Colonial Dr.)

4. ALT BAUER PARK - 21 acres

W180 N11501 River Ln.

(1/2 mile S. of Mequon Rd. off of Old Farm Rd. & Wagon Trail)

15. KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL

5. SCHOEN LAUFEN PARK - 39 acres

W160 N11836 Crusader Ct.

(Corner of Maple Rd. and Lilac Ln.)

16. AMY BELLE ELEMENTARY

6. WEIDENBACH PARK - 4 acres

3294 Willow Creek Rd. - Colgate

(W. of Hwy. 41/45, S. of Willow Creek Rd.)

17. MACARTHUR ELEMENTARY

7. WILDERNESS PARK - 200 acres

W154 N11492 Fond du Lac Ave.

Wilderness/Wetland Preserve (NE corner of Village)

18. COUNTY LINE ELEMENTARY

8. KINDERBERG PARK - 23 acres

W159 N9939 Butternut Rd.

(N. of Donges Bay Rd., W. of Heritage Hills Subdivision)

19. ROCKFIELD ELEMENTARY

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

W204 N11968 Goldendale Rd.

(Off of Freistadt Rd.)

& 250-4710

www.village.germantown.wi.us

N132 W18473 Rockfield Rd.

20. ST. BONIFACE SCHOOL

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