Resident Registration begins Tuesday, September 5 • Non-Resident Registration begins Tuesday, September 12 TOWN BOARD - William Moehle, Supervisor • James Vogel • Louise Novros • Jason DiPonzio • Chris Werner Town News............................2-3, 35-36 From the Supervisor........................... 2 Staff Directory.................................... 4 Special Events..................................4-5 Preschool Programs........................5-8 Youth Programs.............................8-12 Youth Sports................................ 12-16 Aquatics....................................... 16-17 Adult Fitness................................ 17-18
Adult Programs........................... 18-22 Historic Programs............................ 22 Senior Adult Programs.................... 22 Special Events & Programs.............. 23 Senior Adult Fitness.................... 23-24 Senior Adult Classes.................... 25-26 Specific Interest Programs.......... 26-27 Out of Town Bus Trips..................... 27 Services For Seniors.................... 27-28
Community Resource Directory...... 28 Brighton Library News..................... 29 General Information........................ 30 Facility Rentals................................. 31 How To Register ............................... 32 Registration Form............................ 33 Brighton Park Facilities................... 34
Offices located in the Brookside School Recreation Center at 220 Idlewood Rd., Rochester, NY 14618
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From Brighton Town Supervisor
William Moehle Last summer we experienced one of the worst droughts this area had seen in years. This summer…not exactly! The rains came again and again, and while I write this on a beautiful summer morning, already the weatherman is warning of more storms tomorrow. No matter what kind of summer we have, all too soon the days begin to get shorter, August turns to September, the leaves begin to turn colors, and fall is upon us. The end of summer and beginning of fall are always a busy time for families, with back to school excitement. This time of year is also very important in Town Hall. Town recreation programs and public works efforts transition from summer to fall, we develop the Town Budget, ensuring that we maintain our strong financial position and quality Town services while minimizing the impact on taxes, and we focus police efforts on traffic safety, particularly for returning school children. The Brighton Recreation Department After School Program will resume at the beginning of the school year. The After School Program is a NYS Licensed Program for students in grades 1 through 5, located at Brookside School. The After School Program is open on days that the Brighton Central School District is open for a full day. We offer separate school recess programs during
winter and spring recess periods. The After School Program offers indoor and outdoor activities for school age children after school, and is especially convenient for parents with irregular schedules because it does not require a long-term contract or commitment. Your child can be dropped off by bus from either French Road or Council Rock Schools. All children must be picked up from the After School Program not later than 6 pm. This program especially fills up rapidly, so if this works for your busy schedule, sign up right away! Later this fall, our Highway Department crews will transition from summer road and sidewalk projects and picking up lawn and garden debris to concentrate on autumn leaf pickup. I cannot stress enough that during the peak of the season, our leaf pickup crews cannot be in every neighborhood every week, particularly for bulk pickup. The Highway Department posts daily updates on the Town website showing where they are working that day and the next. To make the leaf pickup safer and more efficient, please containerize leaves and debris wherever possible. Containerized materials are neater and are picked up more frequently than bulk material. Please do not place leaves or debris in the street. If you cannot containerize, please place leaves and debris on your lawn near the street. It is illegal and unsafe to place leaves and debris in the street, because they can disrupt traffic and
Senior and Enhanced STAR Exemption Renewal Time For Limited Income Seniors and Enhanced STAR Exemption holders who have not enrolled in the Automatic Renewal Program, the Town of Brighton Assessor’s office has mailed the renewal applications. Please take note that March 1, 2017 is the filing deadline for all Real Property Tax Exemptions, but early filing is always suggested and appreciated. Please note that these exemptions are for owner-occupied primary residences, and the income, as described by New York State for the Seniors with Limited 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
Income, has a different definition than income for income tax filing. Some other real property tax exemption examples include: Disability – Annual Renewal is required (income detail is similar to Seniors with Limited Income filing requirements) Veteran – one time filing (unless you move—updates of disability ratings may require notification to Assessor’s office) Please call (585) 784-5215 if you have any questions about exemptions or any other assessment related issues. Thank you. 2
cause safety risks to cyclists, pedestrians and drivers alike. They also create a street and neighborhood flooding risk as storm drains can become clogged. If you use a landscape company, encourage them to get a permit from the Town to haul your leaves and debris directly to the Town mulching center on Browncroft Blvd. This will keep your neighborhood cleaner and will help us keep our streets safer for everyone. Speaking of trees, Brighton is proud to be a Tree City USA for the past 15 years. Our tree canopy becomes especially beautiful every fall, but as we saw in the wind storm last March, even well maintained trees can cause significant damage to homes and property in a storm. Trees in the right of way along neighborhood streets are owned by the Town of Brighton. Please report any dead or diseased trees along the street to the Town, but do not remove those trees yourself. When the Town does remove street trees, they generally replant a tree nearby, and they plant species well suited to that location. If you do hire a tree service, they must be registered with the Town, and make sure they know that they must haul away all debris they generate. One thing never changes from season to season; Brighton’s commitment to provide quality services and open government to our residents. We welcome your input and participation in your Town government. Watch our Brighton Town Board and Brighton Board of Education meetings, including Town budget hearings this fall, on Channel 12. Town Board meetings are also live streamed on the internet and archived on YouTube for later viewing. All material and agendas for Town Board meetings are also posted on the Town webpage, as is our budget and capital improvement plan. I welcome comments or questions by email at William. firstname.lastname@example.org and I will do my best to answer your questions or refer you to someone else on Town staff that can. www.townofbrighton.org
Conversations with Town Clerk Daniel Aman The 2017-18 School Tax bills will be mailed during the last week of August. If you do not receive your bill by Sept. 8, it is important that you call my office (784-5240) without delay so we can investigate. This year, the due date of October 1 falls on a Sunday, therefore, full payments made by Monday, October 2 will be considered as timely. For those wishing to pay by the installment option; the first payment is due on or before Friday September 15. Complete payment instructions and deadlines can be found on the reverse side of your bill. Please DO NOT use online bill pay – I know, I use it for everything, too - but when you use this service, your bank still actually mails us a paper check. NYS Real Property Tax Law Section 925 defines the date received as the date of the USPS
postmark or (absent a postmark) the day it is actually received. Important to NOTE: Online bill payment checks do not receive a USPS postmark, so they are not considered paid until we physically receive the envelope. This can be days (or in some cases weeks) after you tell your bank to make the payment and will result in you being responsible for additional interest. 1st Installments or full payments can be made in person at Town Hall, or at either of the M&T branches (S. Clinton or Monroe Ave.) in Brighton, or by mail. Second and Third Installments are made directly to Monroe County. As a reminder, you are now able to renew dog licenses online at townofbrighton. org/doglicenses. If your dog’s rabies vaccination has been renewed since the last license renewal, you can upload
a scan of the rabies form to keep us updated. We are still issuing Marriage Licenses, Accessible Parking Permits and providing Notary services, just to mention a few other services that our office provides, besides Tax Collection. Already looking forward to winter vacations? Don’t forget that we are a Passport Acceptance Agency and process applications Monday thru Friday until 4pm. If you prefer to vacation closer to home, EZ Pass is also available for purchase in our Town Clerk’s office. The Town Clerk’s office is always ready to assist and provide you with the very best in customer service. If you ever have any questions or suggestions on how we can serve you better, please do not hesitate to stop by the office or to let me know by phone, email or @ BrightonClerk on Twitter.
• Mailboxes – It is the Town’s policy to repair mailboxes that are damaged by town plows during snow plowing operations or to replace them with a standard rural mailbox and post. Since there is no legal authority which grants an owner the right to place a mailbox along a public road in the right-of-way, our repairs and replacements are done as a courtesy. The one-piece plastic post/box combinations or any type of custom mailboxes will be replaced with our standard post and box. If you have an expensive and/or decorative mailbox and/or post, it may be worth considering the option of storing it for the winter and replacing it with an inexpensive assembly.
15th. Vehicles in violation of this ordinance are subject to a parking ticket. Repeat violators or vehicles that prevent plowing of a street will be towed and the vehicle’s owner will be responsible for all towing and storage charges.
Brighton Highway Winter Policies The Town of Brighton is responsible for snow and ice control on Town, County and State roads within Brighton with the exception of the NY State Expressways. As winter approaches, we want to remind everyone of the necessary rules and regulations that provide for your safety and the safety of the traveling public on main roads and neighborhood streets within the Town during the winter snow and ice season. Our Highway Department Dispatchers are on duty 24 hours a day during the winter season and may be reached at 784-5280. Some important winter policies for you to be aware of are: • Highway and Road Salting - Our Highway Department follows the “Sensible Salting Guidelines established by the County of Monroe, in conjunction with the Environmental Management Council. This policy requires us to use only enough salt to make our highways safe for motorists, but requires you to reduce your driving speed according to conditions. 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
• Winter Parking – In order to facilitate snow removal and to eliminate potential hazards, the parking of vehicles on all highways, shoulders, or within three feet of the pavement within the Town, is prohibited between the hours of 2:00 AM and 7:00 AM from November 1st to April 3
• Driveway Clearing – When clearing your driveway of snow, the snow shall be kept on your own property. Any snow pushed, blown or plowed on to any street is a ticketable offense under both New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law and New York State Penal Law. If your driveway is plowed by a private contractor, both you (as the property owner) and the plow operator may be ticketed. Snow should be pushed to the left side of your driveway (if you are facing your house) so that when town snowplows go past your house, it will minimize the amount of snow going back into your driveway. www.townofbrighton.org
Brighton Recreation & Parks Staff Directory
Rebecca Cotter, Recreation Director 784-5276 – email@example.com Matt Beeman, Superintendent of Parks 784-5262 – firstname.lastname@example.org Emily Kelsey, Senior Citizen Program Coordinator 784-5266 – email@example.com Katie Tytler, Aquatic Recreation Supervisor 784-5269 – firstname.lastname@example.org Michele Aman, Recreation Supervisor 784-5261 – email@example.com
Saturday, September 9 10:30 am Parade Join Brighton Recreation as we celebrate Homecoming 2017 with BCSD. We are looking for interested families/participants to walk with us during the Homecoming Parade on Saturday! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Please email: brighton. firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join us!
Linda Leavitt, Office Clerk, 784-5265, 784-5381 TTY Rich Wagner, Grounds Equipment Operator, 784-5267 Dave Shufelt, Grounds Equipment Operator, 737-1417 Dave Shaw, Grounds Equipment Operator, 208-3343 Keith Sharpe, Grounds Equipment Operator
Brighton Residents, only! Participants must register through Brighton Recreation with proof of residency. Skate rental is available through the Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex. Fee is per family and only a limited number of skates are available. The Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex is located at 2700 Brighton Henrietta Townline Road Rochester, NY 14623. Fee is per family. FAMILY DISCOUNT WILL BE APPLIED AT THE END OF ONLINE TRANSACTION. Please call the Recreation Office at 7845260 with questions regarding registration for this program. Program #: 3000.317 Ages/Grade: All Ages Days: Tuesday Dates: September 5 - December 26 Time: 1:00 - 2:50 pm Fee: $22 / Family (17 Weeks) Location: Bill Gray’s Iceplex Ice Rink Instructor: Bill Grays Iceplex Staff
Community Connection Contact information you can use. These groups are not affiliated with the Town of Brighton, but are privately run organizations. BRIGHTON BASEBALL Tom O’Rourke: 242-0470 • email@example.com www.brightonbaseball.org BRIGHTON JR. Barons Football Jon Lazenby www.brightonjrbarons.com BRIGHTON BOYS YOUTH LACROSSE CLUB Fritz Minges: 244-6321 • firstname.lastname@example.org BRIGHTON GIRLS YOUTH LACROSSE CLUB Jen Hobbs • email@example.com BRIGHTON SOCCER Mike Tullio: 764-6762 www.brightonsoccer.com BRIGHTON STORMERS SOCCER CLUB/TRAVEL SOCCER Greg Lull: 303-9987 • www.stormerssoccer.com BRIGHTON ROWING CLUB Stephanie Siegrist • 329-3308 • firstname.lastname@example.org HISTORIC BRIGHTON www.historicbrighton.org METRIX MARKETING Foster Parent Information • 334-9096 ROCHESTER DOLPHINS SYNCHRONIZED SWIM TEAM email@example.com • www.rochesterdolphins.org STONE-TOLAN HOUSE 2370 East Ave., 14610 • Open for visitors Fridays & Saturdays noon-3pm; March through December. 546-7029 ext. 14 www.landmarksociety.org 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
SENSORY FRIENDLY TRICK OR TREATING
For our young friends who may be overwhelmed by traditional trick or treating and all the activities of our annual Fall Festival. This is a low key trick or treating experience that will take place the evening before our Fall Festival at the Brighton Town Hall. Lights will be on, there will not be any music, costumes not required. Includes trick or treating in our Halloween Houses, a craft project, and light refreshments. Day: Friday Date: October 20 Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm Fee: FREE, but please register online Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Brighton Food Cupboard. Location: Brighton Town Hall Complex
FALL FAMILY FESTIVAL
With Brighton Recreation Department & Brighton Memorial Library Come celebrate the fall season with us in the Brighton Town Hall complex. The Recreation Department and the Brighton Memorial Library will provide your ghosts and goblins a howling good time. Join us in a child friendly costume for trick or treating in our “safe neighborhood,” music, and more!
MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY
Brighton Cemetery, located at the end of Hoyt Place off Winton Road near I-490, is the burial ground for Brighton’s pioneers. Participate in national Make a Difference Day by beautifying the Brighton Cemetery! Individuals and groups are welcome; great community service opportunity for high schoolers to fulfill their health requirement! Refreshments are provided but please bring your own gloves and rakes. Volunteers must be at least 12 years old; an adult must accompany volunteer’s 12 - 17 years old. Please pre-register; bring your own rake and gloves. Program #: 3505.317 Ages/Grade: 12 yrs and over Days: Saturday Dates: October 28 Time: 1:00 - 4:00 pm Fee: Free, but registration required (1 Day) Location: Brighton Cemetery - Meet at Front Gate
Sponsored by the Town of Brighton, the Friends of Brighton Memorial Library and Maria Aslani Breit Pediatric Dentistry. Community businesses and organizations may sponsor a “Halloween House” for $35 which includes the house, decorations and candy to give to the Trick or Treaters. Please call the Recreation Department at 784-5260 to sponsor a house or to volunteer for this community event. Day: Saturday Date: October 21 Time: 10:00 - 11:30 am Fee: FREE, but please register online Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Brighton Food Cupboard. Location: Brighton Town Hall Complex/ Brighton Memorial Library 2300 Elmwood Ave.
FRIDAY WITH FROSTY
HALLOWEEN HAPPY HOUSE
Spend Friday night with Frosty. We will keep warm with hot cocoa and cookies, and make fun Frosty crafts. Don’t forget your camera to get your picture taken with our very own Frosty the Snowman. Program #: 4993.317 Ages/Grade: All Ages Days: Friday Dates: December 8 Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Fee: $8 / (1 Day) / person Location: Brighton Town Park Carmen Clark Lodge Instructor: Recreation Staff
Have you always wanted to go to the “Haunted Grounds at the Buckland Farmhouse” but were too scared to go at night? Join us at our daytime Happy House! It’s surprisingly spooky but not scary. All the features from the evening program will be set up with the lights on! This will be one hour dedicated to our younger participants. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Brighton Food Cupboard. Ages/Grades: All Ages Days: Friday Dates: October 27 Time: 5:00 - 6:00 pm Fee: Free, donations accepted on-site Location: Buckland Farmhouse, 1341 Westfall Road
HAUNTED GROUNDS AT BUCKLAND FARMHOUSE
Join us for our annual Halloween event at Buckland Park! Enjoy a family friendly walk to the Buckland Farmhouse and try not to get spooked! Once on the grounds, those who are brave enough are invited to take a tour of the Haunted Buckland Farmhouse. But beware! Donations for the event and the Brighton food cupboard will gladly be accepted. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Brighton Food Cupboard. Ages/Grade: All Ages Days: Friday Dates: October 27 Time: 6:00 - 9:00 pm Fee: Free, donations accepted on-site Please bring a non-perishable food item Location: Buckland Park Farmhouse, 1341 Westfall Rd.
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Parents and their little builders can come spend a fun morning together assembling age appropriate projects. We will create our own warm pretzel snacks, have a story, and rotate through stations where everyone will have the opportunity to hammer, saw and construct their own masterpieces. Program #: 4115.317 Ages/Grade: 3 - 6 yrs Days: Monday Dates: October 16 Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am Fee: $15 (1 Day) Location: Buckland Park Lodge Instructor: Sherry Murray
FALL INTO ART
Does your little one love dinosaurs? Join us for dinosaur stories, crafts and songs. We’ll make our own prehistoric egg snack, explore fossils, make a dinosaur hat, dance and explode a volcano for a roaring good time! Program #: 4114.317 Ages/Grade: 3 - 6 yrs Days: Monday Dates: October 2 Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am Fee: $15 (1 Day) Location: Buckland Park Lodge Instructor: Sherry Murray
Celebrate a colorful season with different kinds of paint, brushes and projects! Our last class we will have an edible art project! Smocks recommended. $5 materials fee due on the first day. Parent participation required. Program #: 4225.317 Ages/Grade: 2 - 5 yrs Days: Wednesday Dates: September 27 - October 25 Time: 10:35 - 11:10 am Fee: $44 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room Instructor: Mary Slaughter
HAPPY FEET SOCCER
HappyFeet Rochester is part of the growing family of HappyFeet programs that started in Kansas City. HappyFeet Classes are a developmentally appropriate physical fitness program for children ages 2 - 5. Our partnership with The Rochester Futbol Club allows further training for children ages 6 - 8 - the HappyFeet /Little Lions program includes a soccer game. Our trained soccer coaches offer 30 - 60 minute classes each week with a structured curriculum designed to engage young children’s sense of imagination and fun, while building soccer skills like balance and ball control. Through storytelling and creative games, we promote sportsmanship, and challenge kids to work on new skills. They will make new friends with other kids in class, as well as with our soccer ball, “Bob the Bobcat!” Days: Tuesday Dates: September 19 - November 21 Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Happy Feet Soccer Program #: Ages: Time: Fee:
4178.317 2 - 5 yrs 10:30 - 11:00 am $110 (10 weeks)
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4180.117 2 - 7 yrs 5:30 - 6 pm $110 (10 Weeks)
Is someone excited for the upcoming holidays? We will create holiday themed crafts and art to celebrate. We will stay active with paints, play dough, glue and glitter! All supplies and materials provided so you can leave the mess behind! Bring a smock to each class and a plastic bag to bring home projects. Parent participation required. Program #: 4927.317 Ages/Grade: 2 - 5 yrs Days: Wednesday Dates: November 1 - December 13 No Program: 11/15 & 11/22 Time: 10:35 - 11:05 am Fee: $44 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room Instructor: Mary Slaughter
Welcome all young musicians! In this class we will listen to a story and then make 3 of our own instruments. We will work together to mix and measure our own “energy balls” for snack and then we can sing and make music using our new creations. Program #: 4116.317 Ages/Grade: 3 - 6 yrs Days: Monday Dates: October 23 Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am Fee: $15 (1 Day) Location: Buckland Park Lodge Instructor: Sherry Murray
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
Does your child love music? Introduce them to the world of rhythm and beat using a variety of instruments including triangles, bells, maracas, and drums. Get to know new songs to dance and march to as well as classic favorites to sing along with all our new friends. Parent participation required. Ages/Grade: 1 - 5 yrs Time: 9:30 - 10:00 am Fee: $44 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Mary Slaughter Program #: 4221.317 Days: Wednesday Dates: September 27 - October 25 Program #: 4222.317 Days: Thursday Dates: September 28 - October 26 Program #: 4299.317 (Merry Music) Days: Thursday Dates: November 2 - December 14 No Program: 11/9 & 11/23 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
Genuine gymnastics with safety certified, Coach Mary! Use developmentally appropriate equipment: mats, balance beams, mini tramps and parallel bars! For overall gross motor coordination, and sports readiness, gymnastics is the best! Upside down or right side up, it’s too much fun to miss! Parent participation required, sneaker and water too! Program #: 4802.317 Ages/Grade: 2 - 5 yrs Days: Thursday Dates: November 2 - December 14 No Program: 11/9 & 11/23 Time: 10:00 - 10:30 am Fee: $44 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Mary Slaughter 6
LITTLE KICKERS & DRIBBLERS
Fun for all! Learn essential skills and have fun dribbling and shooting for SOCCER and BASKETBALL! Parent participation required. Program #: 4801.317 Ages/Grade: 2 - 4 yrs Days: Wednesday Dates: September 27 - October 25 Time: 10:00 - 10:30 am Fee: $44 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Mary Slaughter
Sporty Sprouts is a preschool, tri sport program for boys and girls ages 3 - 5. In this six week session, your child will be introduced to soccer, tennis and basketball in a fun, fast paced setting. Our goal is to spark your childâ€™s curiosity for sports by teaching them the basic skills through age adaptive equipment and games. Come have fun! This is a non parent participation class. Ages/Grade: 3 - 5 yrs Days: Wednesday Time: 9:30 - 10:15 am Fee: $66 (6 Weeks) Location: Tennis Club of Rochester Instructor: Cathy Downs
The gym is yours! Run, climb and scooter to socialize and exercise! Balls, hoops, tunnels and lots of fun things will be available for busy bodies! A chilly and rainy weather must! Parent participation required. Ages/Grade: 1 - 5 yrs Days: Thursday Time: 10:35 - 11:20 am Fee: $38 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Mary Slaughter Program #: Dates:
4980.317 September 28 - October 26
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4981.317 November 2 - December 14 11/9 & 11/23
3314.317 September 20 - October 25
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SUPER TOT SPORTS
Join us for a fun and positive introduction to sports. Preschoolers will be introduced to a variety of different games and activities to promote the development of gross motor skills, and encourage peer interaction in a safe and non-competitive environment. Every child is a winner at Super Tot Sports!! This is a non-parent participation class. Please wear sneakers and bring water. Ages/Grade: 3 - 5 yrs Days: Saturday Time: 9:00 - 9:45 am Fee: $59 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Lisa Magliato
PRESCHOOL ADVENTURES - KIDS IN THE KITCHEN
Does your little one love to help in the kitchen? In this class toddlers and preschoolers will be able to make their own snacks by following simple instructions. They will be encouraged to mix, measure, create and taste new foods. Adults will learn some creative ways to serve old favorites. Each week will center on an age appropriate theme. We will also have a story, craft and games. Children will practice following directions, listening to a teacher, taking turns and using classroom materials appropriately in a relaxed environment with their caregiver. Colors, numbers and shapes will be discussed as well. Come join us for a fun class led by a pre school teacher with a BS in Early Childhood Education. Parent participation required. Ages/Grade: 2 - 6 yrs Days: Monday Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am Fee: $52 (4 Weeks) Location: Buckland Park Lodge Instructor: Sherry Murray
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3600.317 September 23 - October 21
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3610.317 November 4 - December 16 11/11, 11/25
TINY TOTS HORSEBACK RIDING
Learn basic riding and horsemanship skills as you learn to ride and control a horse at a walk and trot. A great introductory program especially for new and beginning riders. Helmets provided for riders to use during program. Program is held indoors, but is not heated. Parents required to stay, but are not helping. Hillrise Equestrian Center is a short drive out Route 441, located at 1624 Walworth Penfield Rd, Walworth, NY 14568 (just past Penfield). Indoor riding ring will be used. Ages/Grade: 2 - 5 yrs Days: Saturday Time: 9:00 - 9:30 am Fee: $22 (1 Day) Location: Hillrise Equestrian Center Instructor: Janet Zimmer
Program #: 4280.317 Dates: October 30 - November 20 Themes and recipes will be: Big Green Monster (deviled egg faces), Kitchen Fun (pizza muffins), Fall (pumpkin cookies) and a surprise theme Program #: 4281.317 Dates: November 27 - December 18 Themes and recipes will be: Dr. Seuss (green eggs and ham), Winter (fried snowflakes) The Gingerbread Man, (cracker houses) and a surprise theme 585-784-5260 â€˘ TTY 585-784-5381
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2031.317 October 14
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2032.317 October 21
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2033.317 November 4 www.townofbrighton.org
Join your child for a FULL hour of supervised free play and circle time while encouraging motor and social development, self-confidence, and FUN through the use of age appropriate play equipment, songs, and chants. Sneakers must be worn by toddlers and parents! Parent or Guardian must accompany the child and must be an active participant! Ages/Grade: 1 - 4 yrs Days: Tuesday Time: 9:15 - 10:15 am Fee: $36 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Sandy Castelein Program #: Dates: No Program:
4568.317 September 19 - October 31 10/24
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4569.317 November 14 - December 19
The Brighton Recreation Afterschool Program is a Registered School Age Child Care Program. This is a structured recreation program for children from the time the afternoon buses drop them off at Brighton Recreation until 6:00 pm. Activities include games, arts and crafts, sports, special events, and time for homework for those who wish to keep up with their studies. Children can be registered each month for one to five days a week. Program follows Brighton school calendar. Spaces are filled on a first come first served basis. Transportation to the Afterschool Program may be made through the BCSD transportation office. Please call the Recreation Department at 784-5260 for detailed information and a program brochure. Children who participate in other Afterschool activities at Brighton Recreation will be escorted to and from them by Afterschool staff, and will receive a discount on your Afterschool enrollment for that day. Please contact the Recreation office for more details. Grades: 1-5 Dates: Brighton School District full days at the end of the school day until 6 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Director: Recreation Staff
TOTS & TRUCKS
Bring your friends and neighbors and meet some new ones. We will have trucks to excite your little ones! Including trucks from the Brighton Highway Department, ambulance, fire truck, police car, school bus and more! Tots can use up their energy in Open Gym immediately following. Don’t miss out on our truck party on the last day of the program with face painting and lots of fun! Bring your tots dressed for the weather since we will be going outside to see our special entertainment. Parent participation required. Program #: 4327.317 Ages/Grade: 1 - 6 yrs Days: Thursday Dates: September 28 - October 26 Time: 10:35 - 11:20 am Fee: $44 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room Instructor: Mary Slaughter
Join us spend the morning being creative making unique, themed cupcakes that will surprise your friends! All supplies and materials provided! Program #: 2022.317 Ages/Grade: 7 - 10 yrs Days: Friday Dates: September 22 Time: 10:00 - 11:30 am Fee: $25 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Tot Room Instructor: Peggy Pollizi
FULL DAY FUN DAY
Don’t sit at home on your days off, come play at Brighton Rec! Join us on your days off for lots of fun, games and crafts! Participants must wear sneakers, bring a nut free bag lunch and snack. Ages/Grade: 1st - 5th Grade Time: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm Fee: $45 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room & Gyms Instructor: Recreation Staff
A dynamite gym class for little ones to improve gross motor skills through gymnastic tumbling and jumping using preschool adaptations of bars, balance and vaulting. Preschool concepts like counting, opposites and colors are also incorporated into all our gym classes! Tumbling is the best way to develop balance, strength and coordination in these young learners! Ages/Grade: 1 - 5 yrs Time: 10:00 - 10:30 am Fee: $44 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Mary Slaughter Program #: Days: Dates:
4228.317 Thursday September 28 October 26
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4227.317 Wednesday November 1 - December 13 11/15 & 11/22
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3389.317 Thursday September 21
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3390.317 Friday September 22
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HALF DAY HOOPLA
HOME ALONE SAFETY: WHEN I’M IN CHARGE
Stumped on what to do with your child on early dismissal days? Let them spend the afternoon with us, playing in the gym, creating craft projects, eating lunch and having snack. All the fun you expect from Brighton Recreation packed into one afternoon! Students should wear sneakers, bring a nut/peanut free bag lunch and snack. Students may be bused here directly from school! Please contact the BCSD Transportation Office. Ages/Grade: 1st - 5th Grade Days: Friday Time: 11:45 am - 5:30 pm Fee: $30 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room & Gyms Instructor: Recreation Staff Program #: 3384.317 Dates: November 17 Program #: 3385.317 Dates: December 8
Designed to teach children who are home alone the importance of behaving responsibly. Topics include but are not limited to first aid, what to do when a stranger comes to the door, telephone tips, internet safety, as well as how to react during a variety of emergencies. We will also discuss knowing when and who to call in an emergency. Program includes a workbook. Knowing when your child is ready to stay home alone is a difficult decision, but preparation can make the transition much easier for you and your child. Ages/Grade: 7 - 14 yrs Days: Friday Time: 2:00 - 4:00 pm Fee: $34 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Tot Room Instructor: EPIC Trainings
COLUMBUS DAY FIELD TRIP
We will meet in the morning for quiet activities and gym games. At 11:00 am we will load into the recreation van to have a “blast” with a 45 minute game of lasertag! After the game your child will receive two slices of pizza, unlimited soft drinks and $10 arcade credit. Afterwards we will return to Brookside Recreation by 1:30 pm for more rec activities! Note: Child MUST be at least 42” tall in order to participate. Lastertron is located at 1175 Marketplace Dr, Henrietta, NY 14623. Please bring two nut-free snacks for the day but pizza for lunch is provided by Lasertron. Participants must have emergency contact form filled out prior to trip. Program #: 3366.317 Ages/Grade: 3rd - 5th Grade Days: Monday Dates: October 9 Time: 8:45 am - 5:30 pm Fee: $65 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room
3361.317 October 6
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3362.317 December 1
This course teaches roles and responsibilities of the babysitter, including skills in accident prevention, basic first aid and emergency recognition including a demonstration of CPR and abdominal thrusts for choking victims. Learn to troubleshoot solutions to the most common problems a babysitter faces. Students are taught through classroom discussion, instructor lecture, supplemented by an interactive video presentation. Each student will receive a workbook and a Babysitters certification card in the mail after successful completion of the course. Please bring paper, pencil, a peanut free bag lunch and a self addressed stamped envelope. Program #: 3400.317 Ages/Grade: 11 - 16 yrs Days: Friday Dates: October 6 Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Fee: $65 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Tot Room Instructor: EPIC Trainings
VETERANS DAY ROCK CLIMBING
Led by Rock Ventures Staff, your child will learn the basics or build upon the skills they already have. The class is ideal for participants of all skill levels. Participants will be split by ability so that they can progress at their own pace and skill level. Along with rock climbing, students will be traversing the indoor high ropes course, rappelling from a 42 ft. platform, learning climbing knots, and climbing additional high elements available at Rock Ventures. All equipment will be provided including: climbing shoes, harness, and climbing helmet. Students should bring a water bottle and their own bike helmet if they have one. Please wear comfortable loose fitting clothing. Please fill out the online waiver prior to class at http://rockventures.net/ indoor climbing/Classes held at Rock Ventures, 1044 University Ave.*Optional: Bring $5 for lunch for the full day program! Ages/Grade: 6 - 13 yrs Days: Friday Dates: November 10 Location: Rock Ventures Classroom Instructor: Rock Ventures Staff Program #: 3008.317 Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm Fee: $65 (Half Day) Program #: 3009.317 Time: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Fee: $65 (Half Day) Program #: 3010.317 Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Fee: $80 (1 Day) 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
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DECEMBER RECESS CAMP
A recreational recess camp filled with games, sports, arts and crafts and special events. Each day will have new surprises. Participants should wear sneakers. Bring a nut free sack lunch and a snack. Parents are required to fill out emergency contact information the first day of camp. Ages/Grade: 1st - 5th Grade Time: 8:45 am - 5:00 pm Fee: $45/day Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room Instructor: Recreation Staff Program #: 4013.317 Days: Tuesday Dates: December 26 Program #: 4014.317 Days: Wednesday Dates: December 27 Program #: 4015.317 Days: Thursday Dates: December 28 Program #: 4016.317 Days: Friday Dates: December 29 9
HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS
Learn basic riding and horsemanship skills and leave feeling comfortable about your ability to control a horse at a walk and trot by the end of the session! A great introductory program for the beginning riders or those working with horses for the first time. Please bring a water bottle. Long pants and boots or shoes with ½” heel required. Helmets will be provided. Hillrise Equestrian Center is located at 1624 Walworth Penfield Rd, Walworth, NY 14568 (just past Penfield). Indoor riding ring will be used. Program #: 2030.317 Ages/Grade: 6 - 18 yrs Days: Thursday Dates: October 12 - November 2 Time: 6:00 - 7:00 pm Fee: $125 (4 Weeks) Location: Hillrise Equestrian Center Instructor: Janet Zimmer
MAKE YOUR OWN FAIRY HOUSE
Have you always wanted to make some magic with creating your own fairy house? Come learn how to make your own unique Fairy House out of natural materials. During class you’ll learn how to construct a house out of sticks, also how to make fairy furniture, decorations, accessories and even the fairies themselves. Materials included but not limited to pinecones, seashells, seed pods, leaves, silk flowers, moss, stones, etc. Parent/child teams welcome! Participants may bring nature items if they wish. Additional $5 materials fee required, payable to instructor at first class. Ages/Grade: 8 yrs and over Fee: $20 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room Instructor: Shannon Halligan Program #: Days: Dates: Time:
3260.317 Saturday September 23 9:00 - 11:00 am
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3265.317 Wednesday October 11 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Calling all kids who like to craft, paint, glue and create! In Marvelous Makers we will use a variety of art mediums to make fun projects, from one of a kind recycled art to weaving, painting, and drawing. Lots of opportunities to explore your own unique abilities! You will take home an awesome finished project each week handmade by YOU! Additional $5 materials fee required, payable to instructor at first class. Program #: 2021.317 Ages/Grade: 6 - 13 yrs Days: Saturday Dates: October 21 - November 11 Time: 9:00 - 10:30 am Fee: $42 (4 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room Instructor: Lisa Cupery
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SCULPEY CLAY LESSONS
This is the perfect class for any kid who likes to create! This popular oven bake clay comes in many colors and maintains tooling and detailing beautifully. Once cured, it bakes hard and takes on a matte, bisque type finish. We will create animals and seasonal figurines. Take the clay home and bake at 275°F for 15 minutes per 1/4 inch thickness. All supplies included in the program fee. Program #: 3801.317 Ages/Grade: 3rd - 8th Grade Days: Wednesday Dates: October 18 - November 15 Time: 6:00 - 7:15 pm Fee: $75 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Tot Room Instructor: Michele Aman
STAR WARS ACTIVITY PARTY
Our popular Star Wars party is back! The night before “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is released we will enjoy themed gym games and activities to celebrate! Wear sneakers and comfortable clothes to run around in! Program #: 3850.317 Ages/Grade: 6 yrs and over Days: Thursday Dates: December 14 Time: 6:00 - 7:15 pm Fee: $15 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Michele Aman & Lanni Maszerowski
With American Dance Academy All students will follow a graded syllabus of instruction. This progressionary program ends with a recital in the spring. All Students: Ages 3 - 7 need pink leotard and pink tights. Ages 7 and over need black leotard and pink tights. All students must have pink leather ballet shoes and appropriate tap shoes. Used shoes will be available the first two weeks of instruction. Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gym Instructor: American Dance Academy Staff
TAP, BALLET & TUMBLING
BEGINNER/LEVEL 1 No previous instruction Introduce your child to dance using music from children’s classics to classical ballet and swing. A great starting point for our youngest and most energetic dancers. SATURDAYS: Ages/Grade: 4 - 6 yrs Time: 1:45 - 2:25 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Miss Amanda, American Dance Academy Staff Program #: Dates: Fee:
2300.317 September 16 - October 21 $56 (6 Weeks)
Program #: 2301.317 Dates: October 28 - December 16 No Program: 11/25 Fee: $65 (7 Weeks) 10 www.townofbrighton.org
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3 - 5 yrs (by 4/1/17) 6:00 - 6:40 pm Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium
Program #: 2302.317 Dates: September 20 - November 1 No Program: 10/11 Fee: $56 (6 Weeks) Program #: 2303.317 Dates: November 8 - December 20 No Program: 11/22 Fee: $65 (7 Weeks)
TAP, BALLET & ACRO BEGINNER
Ages/Grades: 5 - 6 yrs (by 4/1/17) Days: Wednesdays Time: 6:45 - 7:30 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Program #: 2304.317 Dates: September 20 - November 1 No Program: 10/11 Fee: $56 (6 Weeks) Program #: 2305.317 Dates: November 8 - December 20 No Program: 11/22 Fee: $65 (7 Weeks)
TAP & BALLET BEGINNER
No previous instruction. Ages/Grade: 7 - 11 yrs Days: Monday Time: 7:30 - 8:00 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gym Program #: 2306.317 Dates: September 18 - October 30 No Program: 10/9 Fee: $46 (6 Weeks) Program #: Dates: Fee:
2307.317 November 6 - December 18 $52 (7 Weeks)
TAP, BALLET & TUMBLING LEVEL 3
With previous instruction. Ages: 6 - 8 yrs Days: Saturdays Times: 1:00 - 1:40 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Miss Amanda, American Dance Academy Staff Program #: Dates: Fee:
2308.317 September 16 - October 21 $56 (6 Weeks)
Program #: 2309.317 Dates: October 28 - December 16 No Program: 11/25 Fee: $65 (7 Weeks) 585-784-5260 â€¢ TTY 585-784-5381
TAP, BALLET & JAZZ LEVEL 1
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6 - 8 yrs Mondays 6:15 - 7:00 pm Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium
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2310.317 September 18 - October 30 $56 (6 Weeks)
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2311.317 November 6 - December 18 $65 (7 Weeks)
TAP BALLET & JAZZ LEVEL 4
With 4 or more years previous instruction. Ages/Grade: 7 - 9 yrs Days: Saturdays Time: 12:15 - 12:55 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Miss Amanda, American Dance Academy Staff Program #: Dates: Fee:
2312.317 September 16 - October 21 $56 (6 Weeks)
Program #: 2313.317 Dates: October 28 - December 16 No Program: 11/25 Fee: $65 (7 Weeks)
TAP, BALLET & JAZZ LEVEL 5
With 5 or more years previous instruction. Program #: 2314.317 Ages/Grade: 9 - 11 yrs Days: Wednesday Dates: September 13 - December 20 No Program: 10/11 & 11/22 Time: 4:15 - 5:15 pm Fee: $142 (12 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium
TAP, BALLET & JAZZ LEVEL 6
With 6 or more years previous instruction. Program #: 2315.317 Ages/Grade: 11 - 13 yrs Days: Wednesday Dates: September 13 - December 20 No Program: 10/11 & 11/22 Time: 5:00 - 6:00 pm Fee: $142 (12 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium
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TAP, BALLET & JAZZ LEVEL 7
With 7 or more years previous instruction. Program #: 2316.317 Ages/Grade: 11 - 13 yrs Days: Monday Dates: September 11 - December 18 No Program: 10/9 Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm Fee: $165 (14 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium
TAP, BALLET & JAZZ LEVEL 8
With 8 or more years previous instruction. Program #: 2317.317 Ages/Grade: 13 - 16 yrs Days: Monday Dates: September 11 - December 18 No Program: 10/9 Time: 4:45 - 5:45 pm Fee: $165 (14 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium
Programs that have not met their minimums one week prior to start date will be
CANCELLED. Please register early!
Get moving to fun, upbeat, appropriate music. Loose fitting shorts, sneakers and solid color t-shirts or dance attire should be worn. Days: Mondays Ages: 7 - 11 yrs Time: 7:00 - 7:30 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Program #: 2318.317 Dates: September 18 - October 30 No Program: 10/9 Fee: $46 (6 Weeks) Program #: Dates: Fee:
2319.317 November 6 - December 18 $53 (7 Weeks)
HIP HOP INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED
With previous instruction and permission of instructor - For returning students who have taken Hip Hop before. Students will continue to learn and build upon their Hip Hop moves while learning new skills! Program #: 2320.317 Ages/Grade: 12 - 16 yrs Days: Mondays Dates: September 11 - December 18 No Program: 10/9 Time: 5:45 - 6:15 pm Fee: $102 (12 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium 585-784-5260 â€˘ TTY 585-784-5381
Youth Sports INSTRUCTIONAL SOCCER
Our Popular Soccer program returns! Learn the basics of soccer while having fun at the same time. Basic skills for the appropriate age level will be emphasized along with fun exercises and informal games. Please remember to wear comfortable clothes and sneakers and bring a water bottle! Days: Saturday Dates: September 30 - October 21 Fee: $32 (4 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Recreation Staff Program #: 3410.317 Ages/Grade: 4 - 5 yrs Time: 9:00 - 9:45 am Program #: 3420.317 Ages/Grade: 6 - 8 yrs Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am
BRIGHTON DEVELOPMENT BOYS BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Our popular developmental basketball league is back again for plenty of hoops on Saturday! This league will emphasize good sportsmanship, balanced competition and fun. Teams will be formed based on skill level. Children will be taught skills each day, followed by a game every week. Each participant will receive a league T-shirt! Instruction and games will last one hour each week, following a team schedule. League information will be available when you register. NOTE: Registrations will be taken until Saturday, October 29th or until all spots are filled. Please contact the Recreation Department to inquire about enrollment numbers. SPACE IS LIMITED. Program may be combined with the Girls League to create our traditional Co Ed League, dependent on program registrations. There will be a special visit from the Rochester RazorSharks, Rochesterâ€™s own professional basketball team!! Coaches and players will visit league participants to lead skill drills and much more! Please note: Dates of visit(s) are TBD depending on the RazorSharks training camp and upcoming regular season schedule. Teams will be scheduled at either 10 am or 11 am each week. As always, we are looking for enthusiastic individuals to help coach! Interested individuals should contact Michele Aman at (585) 784 - 5261 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Program #: 3640.317 Ages/Grade: 3rd - 5th Grade Days: Saturday Dates: November 4 - February 17 No program: 11/11, 11/25, 12/23, 12/30 Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Fee: $92 (13 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Ramona Santorelli and Recreation Staff
BRIGHTON DEVELOPMENT GIRLS BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Our first year was a big success! This league will emphasize good sportsmanship, balanced competition and fun. Teams will be formed based on skill level. Children will be taught skills each day, followed by a game every week. Each participant will receive a league T-shirt! Instruction with games will last one hour each week. League information will be available when you register. NOTE: Registrations will be taken until Saturday, October 28th or until all spots are filled. Please contact the Recreation Department to inquire about enrollment numbers. Days: Saturday Dates: November 4 - February 17 No program: 11/11, 11/25, 12/23, 12/30 Fee: $92 (13 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Ramona Santorelli and Recreation Staff Program #: 3650.317 Ages/Grade: 3rd - 5th Grade Time: 12:15 - 1:15 pm Note: Program is contingent on sufficient program registration to form two teams. If not enough players are reached, the Girls League will be combined with Boys to form our traditional Co Ed League. Program #: 3655.317 Ages/Grade: 6th - 7th Grade Time: 1:15 - 2:15 pm Note: Program is contingent on sufficient program registration to form two teams. If not enough players are reached, the program will be cancelled.
MINI HOOPSTERS CO ED BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Our popular Basketball Program for those not yet old enough for our Town Basketball League. This basketball program is an excellent starter to learn the fundamentals of this popular sport! Each week Brighton Recreation staff will lead children through drills designed to focus on fundamentals for 1/2 hour, then children will get to show off those skills for the next 1/2 hour in a controlled basketball game which will feature additional instruction to help children understand the game of basketball. Each child will receive a league T-shirt! The first week of the program will include instruction and the formation of teams and children will be present for the entire 10 am - 12 pm time slot. After the first week your game/lessons will be from 10 - 11 am OR 11 am - 12 pm. Please call Michele Aman at 784-5261 for more information. Space is limited! NOTE: Registrations will be taken until Saturday, October 28th or until all spots are filled. Please contact the Recreation Department to inquire about enrollment numbers. SPACE IS LIMITED. There will be a special visit from the Rochester RazorSharks, Rochesterâ€™s own professional basketball team!! Coaches and players will visit league participants to lead skill drills and much more! Please note: Dates of visit(s) are TBD depending on the RazorSharks training camp and upcoming regular season schedule. Program #: 3806.317 Ages/Grade: 6 - 8 yrs Days: Sunday Dates: November 5 - February 4 No program: 11/26, 12/24, 12/31 Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Fee: $77 (11 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Recreation Staff 585-784-5260 â€˘ TTY 585-784-5381
AFTERSCHOOL FENCING AT FRES
The Olympic sport of fencing is conveniently offered at French Road Elementary! Fencing is a fun way to be active and is suitable for all body types. In addition to the fitness benefits, the sport has been shown to improve focus, mood, and self confidence. Both girls and boys love the fast pace, precision and excitement while parents praise the time honored tradition of sportsmanship. New and continuing fencers are welcome to join this class where top instructors from the Rochester Fencing Club (Home of Olympians and World Champions) will work on basic footwork, tactics, and bouting skills challenging both the mind and body. All fencing equipment is provided. Please be prepared for a workout with athletic clothes and sneakers; no boots, crocs, or sandals. Ages/Grade: 3rd - 5th Grade Days: Tuesday Time: 3:40 - 4:40 pm Fee: $68 (4 Weeks) Location: French Road Elementary School Gymnasium Instructor: RFC Staff Program #: Dates:
3200.317 September 12 - October 3
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3201.317 October 10 - November 7
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3202.317 November 14 - December 12
FIT KIDS: FENCERS IN TRAINING
Calling all Mini Musketeers: come play pirate and other fun games in this safe introduction to the sport of fencing. Start with warm up, obstacle courses, and skill building activities to develop your focus, agility, balance and eye/hand coordination. Games are used to teach the basic footwork and arm action. Children experience the thrill of sword play in the context of a structured class and build self confidence using specialized plastic foils, chest plates and masks. New skills are practiced one on one with the coach. Geared for the short attention span of little ones. Clean sneakers required. Ages/Grade: 4 - 7 yrs Days: Wednesday Time: 3:45 - 4:30 pm Fee: $50 (4 Weeks) Location: Rochester Fencing Club Studio Program #: Dates:
3112.317 September 13 - October 4
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3113.317 October 11 - November 1
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3114.317 November 8 - December 6 11/22
Inclement Weather Policy:
All afterschool activities will be cancelled if Brighton Central Schools close early. If school lets out at regular time we will have classes as usual. Watch News10 NBC for weather closing announcements and check the Recreation Department Facebook Page.
SATURDAY SWORD MASTERS
Looking for an activity to capture your child’s imagination and get them away from the electronics? Modern fencing is a competitive sport of finesse, skill, strategy and endurance. Come experience the thrill and discipline of sword play at the Rochester Fencing Club owned by Olympians Felicia and Iris Zimmermann. Build self confidence with targeted exercises and fun games as you master footwork and bladework. Suit up in regulation fencing gear for drills and bouting all in a spirit of respect and good sportsmanship. Suitable for beginners and those with previous instruction. Fun for girls and boys. Participants must wear clean sneakers and athletic clothes. Please bring a water bottle. All fencing equipment provided. Program #: 3111.317 Ages/Grade: 7 - 12 yrs Days: Saturday Dates: September 16 - October 7 Time: 3:30 - 4:30 pm Fee: $60 (4 Weeks) Location: Rochester Fencing Club Studio Instructor: RFC Staff
BRIGHTON BOYS LACROSSE INTRO PROGRAM
Lacrosse is known as “the fastest game on two feet” and has an over 500 hundred year connection to our area. The program will be conducted with only sticks and soft balls, no equipment is necessary. Basic skills such as throwing, catching and ground balls will be taught along with fun games and drills. Program includes a new lacrosse stick for first time participants to keep. Note: This program will require a $30 US Lacrosse membership valid for one year at https://www.uslacrosse.org/membership More programs are available for all ages up to 12th grade and can be found atwww.brightonlax.com. Brighton Residents Only. Program #: 3500.317 Ages/Grades: 4 – 6 yrs Days: Sunday Dates: November 5 – December 17 Time: 6:00 - 7:00 pm Fee: $64 (7 weeks) Location: Brighton Sports Zone Instructor: Brighton Lacrosse Club Coaches
BRIGHTON BOYS LACROSSE GRADES K – 2ND
This program is for boys in grades kindergarten thru 2nd of all skill levels, from beginner to advanced and focuses on age-appropriate instruction and skill development. We will introduce each player to the fundamental skills necessary to play lacrosse in a fun and safe environment, and we will educate them on the rules of the game. This program will be played in full lacrosse equipment including helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads and gloves. Note: we offer the Intro Program for boys up to 6 years old not yet ready for full equipment. Use of equipment will require a deposit. This program will require a $30 US Lacrosse membership valid for one year at https://www.uslacrosse.org/membership. More programs are available for all ages up to 12th grade and can be found at www.brightonlax.com. Brighton Residents Only. Program #: 3510.317 Ages/Grades: Kindergarten – 2nd Grade Days: Sunday Dates: November 5th– December 17th Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm Fee: $77 (7 weeks) Location: Brighton Sports Zone Instructor: Brighton Lacrosse Club Coaches 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
CO-ED YOUTH VOLLEYBALL CLINIC
Get some exercise and learn volleyball rules, positions, and skills! This clinic is intended to be a fun and introductory program for kids from any district. Kids will learn the basics of overhand serving, underhand/overhand passing, rotation and volleying. Please have sneakers, gym clothes and a water bottle. Program #: 3700.317 Ages/Grade: 3rd - 6th Grade Days: Tuesday Dates: November 14 - December 12 Time: 3:45 - 5:00 pm Fee: $40 (5 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Loren Mashewske
LEARN TO SKATE
The Learn to Skate program at Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex is designed for the true beginner of all ages. Its professionally trained staff teaches the basics of ice skating in this eight week program. A great activity for the entire family that promotes healthy lifestyle choices and physical fitness! Rental skates are provided at no cost to any participants needing skates. Brighton residents, only! Ages/Grade: 3 yrs and over Fee: $115 (8 Weeks) Location: Bill Gray’s Iceplex Ice Rink Instructor: Bill Gray’s Iceplex Staff Program #: Days: Dates: Time:
3432.317 Wednesday September 13 - October 25 6:00 - 7:00 pm
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3433.317 Saturday September 16 - October 28 9:00 - 10:00 am
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3434.317 Saturday November 11 - December 30 9:00 - 10:00 am
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3435.317 Wednesday November 8 - December 27 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAY ROCK CLIMBING
Led by Rock Ventures Staff, your child will learn the basics or build upon the skills they already have. This class is ideal for participants of all skill levels. Participants will be split by ability so that they can progress at their own pace and skill level. All equipment will be provided including: Shoes, harness and bike helmet. Students should bring a water bottle and their own helmet if they have one. Please wear comfortable loose fitting clothing. Please fill out required liability waiver online at http://rockventures.net/indoorclimbing/ Classes held at Rock Ventures, 1044 University Avenue. Ages/Grade: 6 - 14 yrs Days: Saturday Time: 10:00 - 11:30 am Fee: $140 (6 Weeks) Location: Rock Ventures Classroom Instructor: Rock Ventures Staff Program #: 3095.317 Dates: September 16 - October 21 Program #: 3096.317 Dates: November 4 - December 16 No program: 11/25 14 www.townofbrighton.org
EDGE 11 HAPPY FEET ACADEMY
The Edge11 Happy Feet Skills Academy is a specially designed soccer training program run by nationally certified coach and current player David Wright. David has teamed up with Happy Feet Soccer Rochester to offer soccer specific training for local youth players ages 8-12 looking to take their soccer abilities to new levels. Sessions are dynamic and continually challenge players technically, tactically, physically, and psychologically as they move through a series of exercises which introduce basic to advanced core soccer skills in an environment where they are encouraged to be creative and confident. Sign up today and start “Getting the Edge” in your soccer training! Program #: 4181.317 Ages/Grade: 8 - 12 yrs Dates: September 19 - November 21 No Program: 10/24 Days: Tuesday Time: 6:00 - 7:00 pm Fee: $80 (9 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor David Wright
INTRODUCTION TO TAE KWON DO
By training in this Olympic martial art, children develop their self confidence and self discipline while also improving their grace, balance, endurance, and flexibility. Classes emphasize physical activity. Uniforms for first time students cost an additional $25.00. Students will participate in an end of session demonstration. Please note: Students must first complete this class before moving on to Tae Kwon Do. This class may NOT be offered in the Spring. Program #: 3613.317 Ages/Grade: 5 - 9 yrs Days: Saturday Dates: September 16 - December 16 No Program: 9/23, 11/11 Time: 1:30 - 2:30 pm Fee: $132 (12 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Clyde Hull
TAE KWON DO
Build upon the skills learned in the Introduction to Tae Kwon Do! Additional sparring equipment may need to be purchased. Class time has been extended by 15 minutes a session this season. Students will participate in an end of session demonstration. Students must first complete “Introduction to Tae Kwon Do” to enroll in Tae Kwon Do. Adults who completed the summer session may enroll, instructor will let children in the summer session know whether to sign up for the Intro or this class. Program #: 3615.317 Ages/Grade: 5 yrs and over Days: Saturday Dates: September 16 - December 16 No Program: 9/23, 11/11 Time: 2:35 - 3:45 pm Fee: $152 (12 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Clyde Hull 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
Grab your friends and family and move like no one’s watching! ZUMBA kids is the dance fitness party where we play it loud and rock with friends to our own rules. But why should kids have all the fun? This class welcomes parents, too! Bring your sneakers, a water bottle and be ready to party! Program #: 4380.317 Ages/Grade: 4 - 11 yrs Days: Saturday Dates: October 7 - November 18 No Program: 11/11 Time: 9:00 - 9:45 am Fee: $30 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Susan Dressner Gasparino
FUTURE STARS & JV/ VARSITY TENNIS
All Training sessions are led by Dyson Team Tennis. Featuring Ron Dyson, USPTA Professional for 25 years, former USPTA Eastern President and 2005 Professional of the year The George Seewagen Award 2012 USTA Eastern National Coach. Please feel free to contact Ron 739-2950 with any questions regarding lessons. In case of bad weather coaches will notify participants if session is moved indoors. Participants must have own racquet. The Future Stars (ages 6 12) class is designed to cover the technical aspects of tennis that will help develop good tennis habits. We cover proper grips, swing motion and tennis shots. The JV/Varsity (ages 13 18) class is for players who have taken tennis lessons and are used to proper tennis skills. Players are thinking about playing high school tennis, tournaments and want to make tennis one of their primary sports. Technical as well as competitive drilling is covered. Please indicate desired class/age group. Call Ron Dyson with class related questions at 739 2950. In case of inclement weather coaches will notify participants. Ages/Grade: 6 - 18 yrs Fee: $162 (6 Weeks) Instructor: Ron Dyson Program #: 3040.317 Days: Friday Dates: September 15 - October 20 Location: Buckland Park Tennis Courts Program #: 3041.317 Days: Friday Dates: October 27 - December 8 Notes: No program: 11/24 Time: 4:30 - 6:00 pm Location: Manhattan Square Tennis Club Tennis Courts Program #: 3042.317 Days: Saturday Dates: September 16 - October 21 Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Location: Buckland Park Tennis Courts Program #: 3043.317 Days: Saturday Dates: October 28 - December 9 Notes: No program: 11/25 Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Location: Manhattan Square Tennis Club Tennis Courts
BRIGHTON BARRACUDAS SWIM CLUB
PEE WEE TENNIS
Fun drills are used to help develop hand eye coordination and to become familiar with the tennis court. Participants will also be taught how to hold and swing the racquet. Call Ron Dyson with class related questions at 739-2950. In case of inclement weather coaches will notify participants. Must have own Jr. Tennis racquet. Ages/Grade: 3 - 6 yrs Fee: $102 (6 Weeks) Instructor: Ron Dyson Program #: Days: Dates: Time: Location:
3075.317 Friday September 15 - October 20 4:00 - 5:00 pm Buckland Park Tennis Courts
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3077.317 Friday October 27 - December 8 4:00 - 5:00 pm 11/24 Manhattan Square Tennis Club
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3078.317 Saturday September 16 - October 21 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Buckland Park Tennis Courts
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3079.317 Saturday October 28 - December 9 No program: 11/25 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Manhattan Square Tennis Club
Aquatic Programs AQUA ACCELERATE
A high intensity aqua fit class designed to get the heart rate up and the pounds off. Exercises will focus on cardio health and endurance while improving strength, flexibility, muscle tone and coordination. We will be in shallow and deep water and will use flotation aids and resistance equipment. All participants can work at their own pace. This class is Silver Flex approved. Ages/Grade: 13 yrs and over Days: Mon, Wed, Fri Dates: September 6 - December 22 No Program: 9/22, 10/6, 10/9, 11/10, 11/22 11/26 Time: 9:00 - 10:00 am Fee: $6 walk in fee, payable at the pool (16 Weeks) Location: Brighton High School Pool Instructor: Katie Tytler 585-784-5260 â€˘ TTY 585-784-5381
Come swim with us! Focus on the fundamentals of swimming. Must have Level V certification to join! Program #: 4007.317 Ages/Grade: 6 - 18 yrs Days: Mondays & Wednesdays Dates: October 16 - November 15 Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm Fee: $80 (5 Weeks) Location: Brighton High School Pool Instructor: Aqua Staff
AMERICAN RED CROSS SWIM
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6 - 18 years Mondays & Wednesdays $63 (7 classes) Pool at BHS - 1150 Winton Road South Aquatic Staff
LEVEL I In Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills, your child is introduced to basic skills as the foundation for future skills. Certain milestones are necessary for successful completion of Level 1, including, entering the water independently using ladder, steps or side, traveling at least 5 yards, bobbing 3 times then safely exiting the water, gliding on front supported at least 2 body lengths, rolling to a back float for 3 seconds with support, recovering to a vertical position with support. Program #: 4100.317 Dates: September 18 - October 11 No program: 10/9 Time: 7:00 - 7:30 pm Program #: 4101.317 Dates: November 20 - December 13 No program: 11/22 Time: 7:00 - 7:30 pm LEVEL II Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills builds on skills learned in Level 1. Some of the milestones that are necessary for successful completion of Level 2 include: stepping from the side into chest deep water, moving into a front float for 5 seconds, rolling to back, floating for 5 seconds then recovering to a vertical position, moving into a back float for 5 seconds, rolling to front then recovering to a vertical position, pushing off and swimming using combined arm and leg actions on front for 5 body lengths, rolling to back, floating for 15 seconds, rolling to the front then continue swimming for 5 body lengths. Program #: 4200.317 Dates: September 18 - October 11 No program: 10/9 Time: 7:30 - 8:00 pm Program #: 4201.317 Dates: November 20 - December 13 No Program: 11/22 Time: 7:30 - 8:00 pm
Programs that have not met their minimums one week prior to start date will be CANCELLED. Please register early!
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Please bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Brighton Food Cupboard. Collection bins are located at Brighton Recreation, Brighton Town Hall and all BCSD buildings! LEVEL III In Learn to Swim Level 3, our instructors follow a plan to introduce new swimming and water safety skills and to build on previously learned skills. Some of the milestones in Level 3 Stroke Development include: jumping into deep water from the side, swimming the front crawl for 15 yards, maintaining position by treading or floating for 30 seconds, swimming the elementary backstroke for 15 yards. Program #: 4300.317 Dates: September 18 - October 11 No program: 10/9 Time: 7:00 - 7:30 pm Program #: Dates: No Program: Time:
4301.317 November 20 - December 13 11/22 7:00 - 7:30 pm
LEVEL IV In Learn to Swim Level 4, our instructors follow a plan to introduce new swimming and water safety skills and to build on previously learned skills. Some of the milestones in Level 4 stroke improvements include: swimming the front crawl for 25 yards, swimming the elementary backstroke for 25 yards, swimming the breaststroke for 15 yards, swimming the back crawl for 15 yards, open turns on the front and back. Program #: Dates: No program: Time:
4400.317 September 18 - October 11 10/9 7:30 8:00 pm
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4401.317 November 20 - December 13 11/22 7:30 - 8:00 pm
LEVEL V In Learn to Swim Level 5, our instructors follow a plan to introduce new swimming and water safety skills and to build on ones previously learned. The expectations are higher for participants now in regards to distance and quality. Some of the milestones in Level 5 Stroke Refinement include: performing a shallow angle dive into deepwater, swimming the front crawl for 50 yards, swimming the elementary backstroke for 50 yards, swimming the breaststroke for 25 yards, swimming the back crawl for 25 yards. Program #: 4500.317 Dates: September 18 - October 11 No Program: 10/9 Time: 7:30 - 8:00 pm Program #: Dates: No Program: Time:
4501.317 November 20 - December 13 11/22 7:30 - 8:00 pm
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Adult Fitness INDOOR SPINNING
Come join Paceline Cycling and their Spinning certified instructors for an indoor cycling class. This is a bike workout to challenge your mind and body. The instructor guides you through drills that simulate outdoor riding. These drills are meant to build strength, burn fat and make your cardio respiratory systems stronger. Accompanied by energetic music and a motivating atmosphere this class will help you stay fit through the cold months. All abilities are welcome, whether youâ€™re a new or experienced cyclist we will coach you along the way. All equipment provided. Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Thursday Location: Brookside Recreation Center Tot Room Instructor: Erik Baker Program #: Dates: Times: Fee:
4117.317 October 5 - November 9 5:30 - 6:15 pm $75 (6 weeks)
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4118.317 November 16 - December 21 11/23 5:30 - 6:15 pm $62 (5 weeks)
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4119.317 October 5 - November 9 6:30 - 7:15 pm $75 (6 weeks)
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4120.317 November 16 - December 21 11/23 6:30 - 7:15 pm $62 (5 weeks)
PICKLEBALL FOR BEGINNERS
The exciting and fun game of pickleball is sweeping the nation! It is mostly played as doubles and is a great way to socialize while reaping the many benefits of exercise. Although it appears similar to tennis, it is played on a much smaller court with a slower moving plastic ball. Those key differences make pickleball easier to play than tennis. This four class program is designed for true beginners or people who have played only once or twice. Paddles and balls will be provided. Program #: 5857.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Tuesday Dates: September 26 - October 17 Time: 7:30 - 8:30 pm Fee: $28 (4 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Larry Shearer
The Beginner Class is for someone with very little tennis experience or no tennis experience at all. Students will learn the proper grips for certain shots: forehand, backhand, volleys, overheads and serves. Score keeping and match play will be introduced. The Intermediate Class is designed for the individual that has had limited or little tennis instruction in the past. Basic grips, technique, and shots are covered. Drilling as well as point play is used to help the learning process. Participants must have own racquet. Score keeping and match play will be introduced. We will utilize Buckland Park and Manhattan Square Tennis club located next to the Strong Museum. In case of bad weather, coaches will notify participants. Please note: Call Ron Dyson with class related questions at 739 2950. Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Fee: $182 (6 Weeks) Instructor: Ron Dyson BEGINNER Program #: Days: Dates: Time: Location:
3520.317 Wednesday September 20 - October 25 6:00 - 7:30 pm Buckland Park Tennis Courts
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3521.317 Wednesday November 1 - December 13 11/22 Manhattan Square Tennis Club Tennis Courts
INTERMEDIATE Program #: 3540.317 Days: Friday Dates: September 22 - October 27 Location: Buckland Park Tennis Courts Program #: Days: Dates: No program: Location:
3545.317 Friday November 3 - December 15 11/24 Manhattan Square Tennis Club Tennis Courts
Do you love to dance? Do you love the sounds of Latin and International beats? Would you love to burn 500+ calories in a single hour? Then you’ll love ZUMBA! Zumba Latin fitness dance class combines Latin dance such as Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Samba and aerobic moves to create a fun exercise experience. The Zumba motto is “Ditch the workout, join the party!” Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Tuesday Time: 6:30 - 7:30 pm Fee: $47 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Michelle Medina Program #: Dates:
4324.317 September 19 - October 24
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4325.317 November 7 - December 12
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Adult Programs CITIZEN PREPAREDNESS CORPS
Completing the Citizen Preparedness Corps will increase your awareness, cover the different kinds of man made disasters that occur in the state of New York and provide all aspects of preparedness for small to large scale disasters, including where to get more information and how to prepare a household emergency preparedness kit. Also includes guidance for responding and recovering from a disaster whether it causes structural, physical, or mental damage. Ages/Grade: 16 yrs and over Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Fee: Free, but registration required (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room Program #: 2010.317 Days: Thursday Dates: October 12 Program #: 2011.317 Days: Monday Dates: November 6
BRIDGE: BEGINNING I
You have heard of bridge, but maybe have not realized that current studies show this game helps sharpen your mental skills whether you are 15 or 65. This class is designed for absolute beginners or for those who have not played in many years and want to start over. The classes will cover point count evaluation, opening bids and responses and basic play techniques. It’s going to be a FUN experience, meeting new people and learning the best card game in the world! It is not necessary to bring a partner we will be working together! Textbook fee - $15.00 payable at the first class. Program #: 3888.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Tuesday Dates: September 19 - October 31 No Program: 10/17 Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm Fee: $45 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Senior Lounge Instructor: Cindy Reid
BRIDGE: SUPERVISED PLAY
Continuing the opportunity to ‘play more’. Focus will be on playing, and practicing the learning from your bridge classes. Class is open to ALL BEGINNERS - ADVANCED BEGINNERS of all ages. Come and play with us! Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Thursday Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm Fee: $20 (4 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Cindy Reid Program #: 3890.317 Dates: September 28 - October 19 Program #: 3891.317 Dates: October 26 - November 16 Program #: 3892.317 Dates: November 30 - December 21 18 www.townofbrighton.org
BRIDGE II: CONTINUING
Bridge II is a continuation of the Beginning Bridge class. It will introduce competitive bidding, the use of doubles and preempts. In addition, we will continue to explore strategies on play of the hand, and defense. Class is structured to be a combination of play and explanation/observation. Book will be $15, payable at the first class. Program #: Ages/Grade: Days: Dates: Time: Fee: Location: Instructor:
3889.317 18 yrs and over Tuesday November 7 - December 12 7:00 - 9:00 pm $45 (6 Weeks) Brookside Recreation Center Senior Lounge Cindy Reid
BRIDGE: IMPROVING YOUR JUDGEMENT II
This is an Audrey Grant course for those who are familiar with basic bridge concepts. You will learn many uses for the double. There are different uses to describe different hands. They can be used to show partner different levels of support for their suit. They can be used to show partner the best lead. And, of course, the under used penalty double. They can help you get to the right contract or conduct the best defense. There will be a lot of hand play in this course with some lecture. Program #: 5009.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Thursday Dates: September 28 - November 16 No Program: 10/26, 11/2 Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am Fee: $45 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Mark McDermott
BRIDGE: MAJOR SUIT RAISES II
This course is for Beginning and Intermediate bridge players. It is a continuation of the spring course. It focuses on the difficult issue of how do you get to the right contract. It introduces more conventions that can be used to more precisely describe your hand and either get to the best contract or defend against the opponents. There will be a lot of hand play in this course with some lecture. This is an American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) course. Program #: 5011.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Thursday Dates: September 28 - November 16 No Program: 10/26, 11/2 Time: 1:30 - 3:30 pm Fee: $45 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Mark McDermott
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Programs that have not met their minimums one week prior to start date will be
CANCELLED. Please register early! EUCHRE INSTRUCTION FOR BEGINNERS
An excellent opportunity to learn how to play for people with little or no euchre experience, taught in a relaxed atmosphere where the goal is to have fun! Players will learn the basics, naming trump, scoring, strategy, etc. Please bring a deck of cards to class. Program #: 5040.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Monday Dates: September 25 - November 6 No Program: 10/9 Time: 1:30 - 2:30 pm Fee: $60 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Conference Room Instructor: Dick Seils
LEARN TO PLAY “FUNCTIONAL PIANO”
A mix of solid methodology and boisterous creativity. Darla Bair teaches a combination of classical piano form and what she calls Functional Piano. Every student learns five finger patterns, scales, key signatures and proper technique. After hearing legions of adults say they had studied piano for many years as a child and can’t play a thing anymore, she developed Functional Piano. It allows you to sit at any keyboard instrument, without your books, and just make music! You may experience the same joy as you see in a child who has just learned Chopsticks or Heart and Soul. (Each participant must have access to a keyboard for practice outside of class time). Additional $10 book fee required, payable to instructor at first class. Program #: 5123.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Wednesday Dates: September 20 - December 13 No Program: 11/22 Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm Fee: $105 (12 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Senior Lounge Instructor: Darla Bair
BUILD YOUR OWN TERRARIUM
Terrariums are little plants enclosed in a jar that require almost no care! Have a fun and relaxing time building your own terrarium with Kathleen Rullo, owner of Jardin Terrariums. Each participant will learn how to build and care for their terrarium. All supplies provided. Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Fee: $25 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room Instructor: Kathleen Rullo, Jardin Terrariums Program #: Dates:
5444.317 October 25
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5445.317 November 15
ESSENTIAL OILS MAKE & TAKE
Come learn about essential oils and aromatherapy! During these hands-on classes, you will learn how to make and take home a room spray, rollerball, and/or bath salts! Choose Relaxing or Energizing themes for your take-home products. All recipes and materials provided. Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Wednesday Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm Fee: $15 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Conference Room Instructor: Natalie Luntz-Martin BACK TO SCHOOL WITH ESSENTIAL OILS -School is starting with all its gifts and challenges. Learn to incorporate essential oils in your Back-to-School routine to support early mornings, new adventures and study times. Program #: 5703.317 Date: September 27 YOUR HEALTHY HOME: SWITCH TO SAFER WITH ESSENTIAL OILS - There are now so many toxic chemicals in our environment and in our homes -- even if we “go green.” Learn how you can kick these toxic chemicals to the curb and choose safer alternatives. Program #: 5704.317 Date: October 18
Perennial plant and water plant expert discusses a wide range of gardening subjects, pulling from more than 20 years of experience as a nursery woman, garden center manager, and personal gardener. Covering the full scope of gardening from how to purchase plants, to growing them, and long-term maintenance of them. Visit www.gardeningmatters.com for a look at K.C.’s experienced work and look for her article on this subject in the magazine Life In the Finger Lakes September issue. Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Monday Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm Fee: $30 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Senior Lounge Instructor: KC Fahy-Harvick, Hawk’s Nest Nursery LANDSCAPE MAKEOVERS WORKSHOP - School is starting with all its gifts and challenges. Learn to incorporate essential oils in your Back-to-School routine to support early mornings, new adventures and study times. Program #: 5210.317 Date: October 2 PRUNING AND DEADHEADING WORKSHOP Learn from a landscape maintenance expert the tools and techniques of pruning small trees, and shrubs for shaping, plant health, and better flowering. You will also learn techniques for deadheading perennials for longer blooming and plant health. Pruning and deadheading can make all the difference in the overall look of the landscape or garden. Program #: 5704.317 Date: October 16
DOG TRAINING CLASSES
Lollypop Farm Training Classes are now in Brighton! Preserving the bond between people and their pets is a primary goal of Lollypop Farm, the Humane Society of Greater Rochester. Classes offer people and their pets a wonderful opportunity to improve their training skills and prevent future behavior problems. It’s also a lot of fun! A portion of the proceeds from these classes benefit pets in need at Lollypop Farm. Fee includes class handouts, training clicker, and certificate of completion. Training programs that are paid for at Lollypop Farm, must be taken at Lollypop location. 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
PUPPY HEAD START
Lollypop Farm puppy classes emphasize socialization and early prevention of behavior problems. Plus, your puppy will learn polite skills like sit, down, loose leash walking, and much more! We will also have puppy play time to help develop good social skills with other dogs. Our goal is to teach your puppy to enjoy new experiences in a safe and positive environment. This class is limited to young puppies, 8 - 16 weeks of age. When puppy is age appropriate they must have current Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, and bordatella vaccinations, and have current dog license. Please bring puppies to the first class. Program #: 2023.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Thursday Dates: October 12 - November 16 Time: 6:00 - 7:00 pm Fee: $100 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Rebecca Lohnes
Learn to effectively use positive reinforcement to and teach your dog skills to help her become a polite pooch at home and on outings. Lollypop Farm will cover a variety of foundation behaviors essential to any well mannered pup. We will also discuss effective ways to stop and prevent poor household manners. This class is for older puppies or adult dogs new to training or in need of a refresher (16 weeks and up). Please, NO DOGS at the first class; humans only. Must Have current Rabies, Distemper/ Parvo, Bordatella vaccinations, and current dog license. Program #: 2024.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Thursday Dates: October 12 - November 16 Time: 7:15 - 8:15 pm Fee: $100 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Rebecca Lohnes
JUMPERS & PULLERS
Many dog owners dream of having a dog that will walk nicely on a loose leash and greet people politely. In this class, we will give you the tools to help you achieve success with your dog’s loose leash walking and polite greeting skills. This class is fast paced and we strive to give each dog and handler individualized attention. This is a great class to take after Basic Manners, but you’re welcome to join even if your dog has limited training experience. Program #: 2026.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Thursday Dates: November 30 - December 14 Time: 6:00 - 7:00 pm Fee: $60 (3 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Rebecca Lohnes
REALLY RELIABLE RECALL
Does your dog think that “come” means “catch me if you can”? If your dog is struggling with recall, then this class is for you! We will coach you and your dog to achieve a faster, happier, more reliable recall using fun training games. A portion of each class may be spent working outdoors, so please dress accordingly. This is a great class to take after Basic Manners, but you’re welcome to join even if your dog has limited training experience. Program #: 2027.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Thursday Dates: November 30 - December 14 Time: 7:15 - 8:15 pm Fee: $60 (3 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Rebecca Lohnes 20 www.townofbrighton.org
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Please bring a nonperishable food item to donate to the Brighton Food Cupboard. Collection bins are located at Brighton Recreation, Brighton Town Hall and all BCSD buildings!
PUNCH NEEDLE RUG HOOKING: BEGINNING
What is old is new again! In this case it’s punch needle rug hooking! New ways of looking and using this art form. In the Beginning class, students will be making a 13X11 seat cushion or wall hanging, and by so doing, will learn all the skills necessary for making larger rugs. Choose from several of patterns offered or draw your own. No drawing experience necessary. The #14 Oxford Punch Needle will be used, along with a palette of beautiful and interesting acrylic yarns. This is different from Russian punch, latch hook, and traditional rug hooking. $15 materials fee required, payable toinstructor at first class. Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Monday - Thursday Time: 12:00 - 2:00 pm Fee: $60 (1 Week) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Tot Room Instructor: Kelly Scott Program #: Dates:
3999.317 September 18 - 21
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3998.317 October 2 - 5
OPEN RUG HOOKING
Come spend time with a group for an opportunity to work on holiday projects. No formal instruction or materials will be offered. Instructor Kelly Scott will be on hand for one-on-one problem solving if the need arises. Program #: 3995.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Monday, Wednesday & Friday Dates: December 13 - 18 Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am Fee: Free, but registration required (2 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Tot Room
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INTERMEDIATE PUNCH NEEDLE RUG HOOKING
In the Intermediate class, students will “play” with a project of their choosing while finessing their technique, experimenting with materials that are new or different (including “no no” yarn), and sharing with each other tips or tricks learned along the way. Kelly will be available to answer questions, offer help and support as needed. Colors & hues will be discussed. If time permits, different bindings and frame making will be demonstrated. There will be many, colorful materials from which to choose, or bring your own. This is a great opportunity to get acquainted with, and learn from, other punch needle ruggers. This class is not suitable for beginners. Each student will receive a Credit Hour Receipt** upon completion. The materials fee is $15.00. Purchase order forms will be available for those who want to buy frames, punch needles, or extra monk’s cloth. At this point, only cash and checks are welcome. ** Credit Hours are a partial prerequisite for taking Amy Oxford’s Teacher’s Certification class. Ages/Grade: All Ages Days: Monday - Thursday Time: 12:00 - 2:00 pm Fee: $75 (1 Week) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Tot Room Program #: Dates:
3991.317 October 23 - 26
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3992.317 November 6 - 9
ROCKABILLY JIVE (1950S DANCING)
“It’s one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready now go cat go!” In this class you will learn the basics of dancing to the popular music of the late 1950’s, Rockabilly! After four fun filled classes, you won’t be the one stepping on the “Blue Suede Shoes.” You’ll “Rock Around the Clock” and have fun “At The Hop!” You will want to wear comfortable exercise clothes, shoes with non-gripping soles (dance shoes, leather/cloth/felt or suede-soled shoes), and please bring a bottle of water. Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Thursday Time: 6:30 - 7:30 pm Fee: $46 (4 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Keith Saturn Program #: Dates:
5805.317 September 28 - October 19
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5806.317 November 2 - 30 11/23
Have you always wanted to try tap, but never had the chance? Have you taken tap many years ago and want to pick it up again? This is the perfect class for you. Join us in a welcoming, fun dance atmosphere. Please wear comfortable clothing. Class will be split by levels. Program #: 2321.317 Ages/Grade: 16 yrs and over Days: Wednesday Dates: October 18 - December 13 No Program: 11/22 Time: 7:30 - 8:15 pm Fee: $72 (8 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: American Dance Academy
Historic Programs BRIGHTON CEMETERY TOUR
Join town historian and Brighton Cemetery trustee Mary Jo Lanphear for an autumn walk through one of Brighton’s oldest places. Brighton Cemetery, now located in the city of Rochester, is the burial site for Brighton’s pioneer settlers and later arrivers. Lock 63, part of the 1852 enlargement of the Erie Canal is visible on the outskirts of the cemetery. Brighton Cemetery is located at the end of Hoyt Place off Winton Road near I-490. Program #: 2003.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Sunday Dates: October 15 Time: 2:00 - 3:00 pm Fee: Free, but registration required (1 Day) Location: Brighton Cemetery - Meet at Front Gate Instructor: MaryJo Lanphear
BRICKYARD TRAIL TOUR
Join us for a guided walk on Brighton’s newest trail. Brickyard Trail connects Elmwood Avenue and Westfall Road and passes through the area that supplied clay to Brighton’s major nineteenth century industry. Park at the town hall, cross Elmwood at the traffic light, and meet at the trailhead for a walk along a level stone dust path. Program #: 2002.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Sunday Dates: September 17 Time: 2:00 - 3:30 pm Fee: Free (1 Day) Location: Brickyard Trail - Elmwood Avenue Park at Town Hall Instructor: MaryJo Lanphear
ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE
How did we get from wagon roads to superhighways? Join us for an illustrated talk about the origins of Brighton’s roads and their names. Program #: 2004.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Sunday Dates: November 5 Time: 2:00 - 3:30 pm Fee: Free, but pre-registration required. (1 Day) Location: Buckland Park Farmhouse Instructor: MaryJo Lanphear 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
Senior Adult Programs SENIOR CENTER INFORMATION
Brighton Recreation Center • 220 Idlewood Road or Use Columbus Way entrance off S. Winton Rd. (585) 784-5266
SENIOR ACTIVITY GROUPS
Brighton Recreation sponsors a social club on Tuesdays for people age 60 and over. People are welcome to drop in anytime. Activities include our Lunch Bunch, musical programs, speakers, card playing, trips, holiday celebrations, and special events. Bus transportation to the Senior Center for Tuesday activities can be arranged for Brighton residents by calling the Senior Office at 784-5266.
TUESDAY LUNCH BUNCH
Please join us for our social Lunch Bunch group! Pack a lunch or sign-up for a delicious $6 lunch catered by primarily by FULL BELLY DELI. Each Tuesday at 11:30 am a full lunch including an entrée, two sides, dessert and milk, is catered. Sign-up no later than noon on Mondays required! Your payment is needed by 11:20 am day-of or sooner. If you cancel after the Monday noon deadline, you are still responsible for payment (refund only issued if your meal is bought by someone else). Musical entertainment or interesting speakers follow the luncheon at 12:15 pm. We would be glad to send you a monthly calendar newsletter for a specific menu and entertainment lineup and complete activity listing if you call the Recreation Office number 784-5260 or e-mail email@example.com. TUESDAYS: Weekly morning program at 10:15 am, Lunch at 11:30 am, Entertainment Program at 12:15 pm. Please see monthly calendar booklet for specific details and updates!
TUESDAY TRAVELER PROGRAM
Brighton Residents can get a ride in from home to the Brighton Senior Center on Tuesdays & for local, specially planned trips for a $4 round trip! On Tuesdays, you will be picked up between 8:00 - 9:30 am, then to the Center, where you are welcomed to partake in the free, weekly 10:15 am program, or enjoy free time. Lunch is at 11:30 am with special guest presenter at 12:15 pm. The Bus leaves the Center at 1:00 pm, at which point you may choose to get dropped off at Tops/ Loehmann’s Plaza or Wegmans/Pittsford Plaza (alternates each week— see the monthly calendar for specification) for shopping, or return home. Any travel changes you need to make must be communicated as soon as possible. Please sign-up no later than noon the Friday before. Our local transportation provider is Platinum Limousine WNY. *Patrons using Town Travel accommodations must be able to board independently* Please call Emily Kelsey at 784-5266 with last minute travel updates.
BRIGHTON MAD HATTERS
This is a fun loving social group that gets together for outings once a month. They go out for lunch, attend plays, take boat rides, volunteer, etc... They enjoy dressing in brightly colored clothing for their get-togethers. There is a $5.00 yearly membership fee.
Special Events & Programs Please stay tuned to the Brighton Senior Calendar Newsletter for full event details. We hope you will join us! Call 784-5260 ext. 0 for reservations to any of the following events:
ROCHESTER PUBLIC MARKET OUTING
Our last trip together to the Market of the season will be the first Thursday of September, 9/7. The bus leaves Brighton Recreation at 10:30 am and you will have about an hour and a half of shopping time at the Market. The bus cost is $4 from home and $2 from the Center. Reservations are due by 9/5. (Ten people are needed to run this outing.)
Tuesday, September 19 • Live music by the Dick Stacy Duo!
CASINO BUS TRIP
Thursday, September 28
FLU SHOT CLINIC
Tuesday, October 3, 10:00am - 12:00pm
COLUMBUS DAY LUNCHEON
Tuesday, October 10 Lunch reservations due by 10/3.
FALL EUCHRE TOURNAMENT
Friday, October 13 Join us for a singles tournament. You will have a different partner for each game. Pre-registration by 10/6 is required. Includes light lunch and prizes for top scorers! Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Fee: $5 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Multipurpose Room
BRISTOL BUS TRIP
Thursday, October 19
HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY
Tuesday, October 31 We encourage you to wear a costume for the annual contest, then enjoy a special Halloween program. Lunch reservations due by 10/24.
SMOKE DETECTOR CHECKS
Saturday, November 4 This is daylight savings time/”fall-back” weekend, which means it’s time to check your smoke detector battery and functionality again! This is a complimentary service offered by the Brighton Fire Department. Please call (585) 784-5260 and give your name, address, and phone number to register for this service by 10/31. Friends from the Brighton Fire Department will be doing the checks between 8:30 and 11:30 am on 11/4, so we ask that you to be home during those hours if you have signed up.
ELECTION DAY GARAGE SALE
Tuesday, November 7 We will begin collecting items for the sale in October. Items we will accept for the sale include gently used or better condition: knickknacks, small kitchen utensils & appliances, holiday & seasonal decorations, books, & games. (No: baskets or fabric items such as towels, curtains, bedspreads, clothing etc…) Please join us on the day of sale, shopping will be first come, first serve. Cash only. 9am - 1pm. 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
EARLY THANKSGIVING DAY LUNCHEON
Tuesday, November 14 Early Thanksgiving Luncheon 11:30 in the Small Gym. Cost is $15 which includes a full turkey dinner, live music, and dessert of course! Payment and reservations due no later than 11/7!
Tuesday, January 9 • 10:15 am - 1:00 pm Buckland Park Lodge • 1341 Westfall Rd. Join us as we celebrate Winter. Includes games, a cozy lunch at 11:30 am, and lively music will follow. The bus cost is $4 from home and $2 from the Center, or you may meet us there! Payment of $8 and reservations are due by 1/2/18.
Senior Adult Fitness BEGINNER STABILITY BALL PLUS
This all new class will help strengthen your core while promoting heart health. This class will begin with easy-to-follow aerobic moves done to a musical beat. The remaining time will consist of learning basic stability ball exercises using the wall for support, if needed. Please bring light hand weights to class. Stability balls will be provided. Program #: 5061.317 Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Days: Thursday Dates: September 21 - December 28 Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am No Program: 10/25, 11/23 Fee: $46 (13 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gym Instructor: Sue Johnson
CORE STRENGTH & BALANCE
A non-stop stability ball workout with controlled fluid movement to strengthen your core, glutes and legs. Hand Weights and Resistance Bands add to the upper body workout. Because you must maintain your balance, your entire body is working throughout the hour. Please bring hand weights between 3-5 lbs. and an exercise mat. Program #: 5060.317 Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Days: Friday Dates: September 22 - December 29 No Program: 10/27, 11/10, 11/24 Time: 9:00 - 10:00 am Fee: $42 (12 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gym Instructor: Sue Johnson
FITNESS FOR SENIORS
This is a lively aerobics fitness class done to music! The goal is to improve cardiovascular health, stamina and mobility. Students will leave this class feeling energized for the day. Please bring light hand weights to class with you. Program #: 5024.317 Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Days: Tuesday Dates: September 19 - December 26 No Program: 10/24, 11/7 Time: 10:30 - 11:15 am Fee: $46 (13 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gym Instructor: Sue Johnson 23 www.townofbrighton.org
GET STRONG WITH WEIGHTS
Learn the correct and safe method of using hand weights while moving to a musical beat. A variety of equipment will also be utilized to work the twelve major muscle groups of the body. This class will consist of warm up exercises, stretching and strengthening exercises using dumbbell weights. Please bring a pair of 2 or 3 pound weights to class with you. Program #: 5026.317 Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Days: Wednesday Dates: September 20 - December 27 No Program: 10/25 Time: 10:30 - 11:15 am Fee: $49 (14 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium Instructor: Sue Johnson
ROCKABILLY JIVE (1950S DANCING)
You won’t be the one stepping on the “Blue Suede Shoes” after this class! SEE PAGE 21 FOR MORE DETAILS!
TAI CHI FOR BALANCE
Tai Chi is a Chinese system of gentle exercise that is being integrated into health care. Research supports the positive effects of regular practice on balance, flexibility, pain management and overall well being. Everyone from beginners to advanced students are invited to learn a short set of movements which we will practice with relaxation breathing to improve awareness and coordination. Tai Chi can be done by people of any age and physical ability. There will be the option of being seated during instruction. Program #: 5077.317 Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Days: Thursday Dates: October 12 - November 16 Time: 11:00 - 11:45 am Fee: $38 (6 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Kathy Gill
YOGA FOR BUILDING STRENGTH
This class will emphasize strengthening without stressing the joints. Yoga poses take the student through a range of motion that also helps to improve muscle strength, balance and coordination. Yoga movements can be done in a chair or on a mat. Please bring a mat if you choose to use one. Loose, comfortable clothing is recommended. Program #: 5078.317 Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Days: Monday Dates: September 25 - December 11 Time: 3:00 - 4:00 pm Fee: $80 (12 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Small Gymnasium Instructor: Cindi Rittenhouse
No News Is Good News!
Unless you hear from us, assume you are in the class you registered for.
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ZUMBA GOLD: DITCH THE WORKOUT, JOIN THE PARTY!
The original concept of Zumba combines a dance workout with a party like atmosphere. Zumba Gold takes the popular Latin dance inspired workout of Zumba and makes it accessible for seniors, beginners or others needing modifications in their exercise routine. Zumba Gold builds cardiovascular health by challenging the heart and working the muscles of the hips, legs and arms with dance moves. Zumba Gold is designed to be approachable by all populations, regardless of fitness level. Experience with dance is not required. Moves in class are broken down in a slowed and manageable manner. The intention of the class is to move around and have a lot of fun even if you don’t perform each move perfectly! Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Location: Brookside Recreation Center Large Gymnasium, 10/25 & 10/27 Small Gymnasium Instructor: Antonia Scott Program #: 5106.317 Days: Wednesday Dates: September 27 - December 20 No Program: 11/22 Time: 1:30 - 2:15 pm Fee: $56 (14 Weeks) Program #: 5107.317 Days: Friday Dates: September 29 - December 22 No Program: 11/10, 11/24 Time: 11:00 - 11:45 am Fee: $52 (13 Weeks)
WATER EXERCISE CLASS
This is a range of motion, endurance, and strengthening exercise program, presented in a 3 1/2 foot warm pool. The program includes warm up, endurance, resistance, balance, and stretching. It is appropriate for all levels of physical conditioning and allows participants to go at their own pace. You do not need to be able to swim in order to participate. There are locker rooms and lockers for your use. It is recommended that you wear water shoes while on the pool deck. Participants must be able to enter and exit the pool on their own and dress independently. Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Location: St. John’s Meadows Pool Instructors: Melissa Culver, Kathryn Jensen Program #: 5018.317 Program #: 5021.317 Days: Tuesday Days: Friday Dates: October 3 Dates: October 6 January 9 January 12 No Program: 12/26 Time: 6:30 - 7:30 pm No Program: 11/24, 12/29 Fee: $84 (14 Weeks) Time: 9:30 - 10:30 am* Instructor: Kathryn Jensen (new time) Fee: $78 (13 Weeks) Program #: 5019.317 Instructor: Melissa Culver Days: Wednesday Dates: October 4 Program #: 5023.317 January 10 Days: Saturday No Program: 12/27 Dates: October 7 Time: 9:00 - 10:00 am January 13 Fee: $84 (14 Weeks) No Program: 12/30 Instructor: Melissa Culver Time: 9:30 - 10:30 am Program #: 5020.317 Fee: $84 (14 Weeks) Days: Wednesday Instructor: Melissa Culver Dates: October 4 January 10 No Program: 12/27 Time: 10:15 - 11:15 am Fee: $84 (14 Weeks) Instructor: Melissa Culver 24 www.townofbrighton.org
Brighton Seniors Inclement Weather Policy:
All Brighton Senior programs and classes are cancelled when Brighton Schools are closed. Watch News10 NBC for weather closing announcements and check the Recreation Department Facebook Page.
Senior Adult Classes BRIDGE
Bridge & Euchre classes are listed in the adult section. See pages 18-19 for complete program details.
Have you always wanted to learn to knit? Regardless of your skill level you can join us for relaxation, fun and an opportunity to expand your knitting knowledge. Beginners will need a light colored ball of non fuzzy 4 ply yarn and a pair of medium sized needles size 6, 7 or 8. If you already know the basics bring materials needed for your current or next project. Individualized instruction will be provided. Program #: 5007.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Monday Dates: September 18 - December 18 No Program: 10/9 Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Fee: $56 (14 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Conference Room Instructor: Betsy Liano
BUILD YOUR OWN TERRARIUM
Terrariums are little plants enclosed in a jar that require almost no care! SEE PAGE 19 FOR MORE DETAILS!
In this class you will learn to develop your own painting style. Working in the media of your choice, the instructor will provide individual attention and demonstration. Students work at their own levels. Occasionally optional projects will be provided for the class. Instructor demonstrations are done in watercolor media. Bring materials (paint, brushes, canvas/paper) needed to paint in the media of your choice. Program #: 5014.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Tuesday Dates: September 19 - December 19 Time: 12:45 - 2:45 pm Fee: $56 (14 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Room Instructor: Betsy Liano
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MAH JONGG FOR BEGINNERS
Please try this class for an exciting introduction to Mah Jongg. It is the popular game sweeping through town. It is not only fun, it is challenging and competitive. Allow your instructor to teach you one of the most strategic and thought provoking games that will stimulate your brain and memory. By the end of this four week course you will be playing, winning and meeting new friends and forming groups for weekly play. Please join the fun; you will not be disappointed! Your playing card will be available at the first class for the cost of $7.00, payable to your instructor. Program #: 5507.317 Ages/Grade: 18 yrs and over Days: Wednesday Dates: September 20 - October 11 Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Fee: $50 (4 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Linda Dinino
A person with meaningful stimulation will have a healthy brain that ages well beyond their 80’s. This class provides an overview of the science supporting brain fitness and how to improve memory and cognition as we age. The instructor will work with participants to provide resources and demonstrate activity ideas for a healthy brain lifestyle. Program #: 5371.317 Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Days: Wednesday Dates: October 4 - 25 Time: 4:30 - 6:00 pm Fee: $48 (4 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Conference Room Instructor: France McCloskey
LUNCH & LEARN: SUPER NOGGIN!
Super Noggin teaches health practices for brain fitness and Alzheimer’s Prevention strategies. Each workshop, new brain health information is shared with assignments to activate and stimulate both body and brain. New this season—let’s gather around a table for lunch. Either pack your lunch or order a complete and delicious boxed lunch (stop by the Recreation Office to reserve with $6 cash payment by the Friday before). Then stay to feed your brain! Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Days: Friday Time: 12:15 - 2:30 pm Fee: $15 (1 Day) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Senior Lounge Instructor: Emily Krohn, LCSW
MINDFULNESS & MEMORY
Program #: Dates:
5363.317 October 6
10 STEPS TO BRAIN FITNESS
Program #: Dates:
5361.317 November 3
COLORED PENCILS: EXPRESSIONS OF LIFE
Come enjoy the wonderful art medium of colored pencils! In this 3 class session, you will complete a work of art employing techniques in layering, blending, color mixing, texturizing, and shading to create depth and dimension. All materials will be provided. Some experience with colored pencils is helpful but not required. All levels welcome, in a fun relaxing atmosphere. Program #: 5111.317 Ages/Grade: 30 yrs and over Days: Friday Dates: October 13 - 27 Time: 1:30 - 3:00 pm Fee: $36 (3 Weeks) Location: Brookside Recreation Center Conference Room Instructor: Elaine Rittler
Specific Interest Programs AMERICAN SEWING GUILD
If you love to sew, come join this informative group. Meet new friends or bring old friends with you. Ages: Adults of any age Dates: 1st Tuesday of each month Time: 7:00 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Senior Lounge Contact: 244-8908
Physical Therapist, Ron or Sherry, of Clover Physical Therapy will be teaching a free balance class on the last Tuesday of each month starting at 10:15 am. They will demonstrate techniques that will improve coordination and help to prevent falls. Free, but reservation required by calling 784-5266.
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP
Especially for seniors whose spouse has died, this group provides an opportunity for discussion and support. No Fee. Meets the 1st and 3rd Mondays from 1:30 - 3:00 pm. Sponsored by Lifetime Care. The meeting location takes place at the Wellness Center for Loss and Transition, 3111 S. Winton Road. (214-1000)
BRIDGE GROUP FOR INTERMEDIATE PLAYERS
This program is for experienced bridge players and is not geared toward beginners. No instruction is offered, but it is a good way to practice your playing skills. A partner is required to play. Some tables rotate and other tables choose to “stay put”. There is no fee. This group meets on Mondays from 1:00 - 3:30 pm.
This group meets on Tuesdays at 1:30 pm in the Multipurpose Room. It is an informal group and a working knowledge of Euchre is required. Players are welcome to drop in to play. 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
MAH JONGG GROUP
These drop in groups meets on Wednesdays at 1:00 pm. No instruction offered.
The local chapter of the American Needlepoint Guild invites anyone interested in needlepoint to join our group. Learn about needlepoint through lectures, projects, guest teachers and chapter members. All skill levels are welcome. For more information call 442-4975. Ages: Adults of any age Date: 2nd Wednesday of each month Time: 7:00 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Multipurpose Room
Bring any unfinished needlepoint project or a brand new project. Plan to work on your project in a very supportive environment. Get advice and inspiration from other group members, as there is no formal instruction. Stop in anytime to meet the group and see the projects in progress. Beginners are welcome, especially on the first Wednesdays of each month, when peer instruction will be provided. For more information you may call 442-4975. Ages: Adults of any age Dates: Every Wednesday Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am Location: Brookside Recreation Center Senior Lounge
This is a small group of needle pointers who share a liking for stitching painted canvases. Please join us if you are interested in exploring new ways to bring your painted canvas to life with different stitches, new threads and other embellishments. Call 442-4975 for information about the group. Ages: Adults of any age Date: 4th Wednesday of each month Time: 7:00 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Senior Lounge
Indoor Pickleball begins again on September 25, and is played in the Large and Small Gyms at the following times: Mondays: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Advanced Players 1:00 - 3:00 pm Beginner & Intermediate Fridays: 1:00 - 3:00 pm Open Play 6:30 - 8:30 pm Open Play This is a drop-in event and people take turns playing. The fee is $2.00 per session paid each time in the Main Office prior to play. Paddles and balls are available for players who need to borrow. Players are encouraged to bring their own equipment. Call 784-5260 for information. NO DAYTIME pickleball 9/22, 10/6, 10/9 and 12/1 due to school breaks. Also, NO pickleball 10/23 10/30, on 11/10, 11/24, 12/25, or 1/1. Additional closures will be announced.
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This group meets on Fridays in the Multipurpose Room at 1:00pm. Both single deck and double deck pinochle are played.
We have a small Scrabble group that meets on Wednesdays at 1:00pm. We are always welcoming new players.
WOMEN’S SHORT STORY CIRCLE
If you enjoy reading and discussing short stories, this is the perfect group for you. Readings for the Fall discussions have not yet been selected. Ages: Adult women of any age Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Location: Brookside Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Contact: Liz Seely, 473-1463, or Sally Whitbeck, 461-3150
Out of Town BusTrips Registration for trips must be at least one month in advance. Trips may be cancelled that don’t meet their passenger minimums by the 30 day deadline. Adults of any age are welcome to attend. Brighton residency is not required. All trips depart from behind Brighton Town Hall, 2300 Elmwood Avenue. Specific trip fliers available by e-mail or by calling the Recreation Office at (585) 784-5260.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 Summer Wind Cruise - The finest way to cruise Chautauqua Lake. Enjoy the sunshine and breezes of the upper deck or relax in the climatecontrolled comfort of the interior salon. If you wander down to the bow deck, keep an eye out for historical sights and sceneries! Listen to the captain’s tales of the area’s history and present ecology. Visit the Lucy Desi Museum complete with 8 galleries and 7 screening areas, plus displays of their personal belongings including Lucy’s Mercedes. With a push of a button you can hear audio clips from Desi’s autobiography as well as stories of their youthful antics told by Lucy’s childhood pals. Desilu Studios is devoted to the “I Love Lucy” TV series. It is home of original props, costumes, memorabilia and more. Inside, you will find complete re-creations of Lucy and Ricky Ricardo’s New York City. Enjoy an interactive Vitameatavegamin set, a screening area, and showcases filled with vintage memorabilia as well as costumes that were worn on the show. Browse in the Lucy Gift Shops. Enjoy lunch in the Tropicana Room, a re-creation of Ricky Ricardo’s famous Manhattan night club. Cost: $105.00 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5 The tour begins with a visit to Muranda Cheese Company in Waterloo, NY. Muranda Cheese Company produces all natural, raw cheeses using only milk from Registered Holsteins raised onsite in Waterloo, NY. Their cheeses are all aged, cut and wrapped on-site at the Muranda Cheese Company. Next stop is a visit to Sauders Store. Sauders, founded by Mennonites carries groceries, old-fashioned items and hard-to-find items with an emphasis on quality products at a great price. Enjoy a matinee performance of Always... Patsy Cline, followed by dinner at The Inn Between in Camillus, NY. Enjoy classic and elegant fine dining within a gracious and friendly atmosphere at this beautiful restaurant. Cost: $125.00
Services for Seniors AARP SMART DRIVING COURSE
AARP sponsors this class to refresh your skills, update you on rules of the road and keep you driving happily and safely. This course, designed for people age 50 and older, may help you qualify for lower auto insurance rates. You do not have to be an AARP member to register. Classes fill up early. To register, you may now do so online at http://www.townofbrighton.org/rec by clicking the blue Register button, or call 784-5260 for assistance. Ages: Adults Days: Monday & Wednesday Dates: September 11 & 13 • October 2 & 4 November 6 & 8 • December 4 & 6 Time: 8:45 am - 11:45 am both days Fee: $20 for AARP Members, $25 for Non-Members (Please bring a blank check to the class) Location: Brookside Multipurpose Room, 220 Idlewood Road (or use rear Columbus Way entrance off S. Winton Rd.)
BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENINGS
This service is sponsored by the Brighton Fire District and community volunteer nurses. On the scheduled dates, a trained person will be here to check your blood pressure. Call to make sure volunteers are here (784-5266). Dates: Fourth Tuesday of the month Time: 9:30 - 10:00 am Fee: No Charge Location: Brookside Recreation Center Conference Room
Brighton Seniors Inclement Weather Policy:
All Brighton Senior programs and classes are cancelled when Brighton Schools are closed. Watch News10 NBC for weather closing announcements and check the Recreation Department Facebook Page.
BRI-PEN SENIOR RIDES PROGRAM Sponsored by Lifespan Bri-Pen Senior Rides is a volunteer ride service for senior citizens living in Brighton or Penfield. Free rides to medical appointments, religious services, and community centers for ambulatory residents of Brighton and Penfield age 65 and over. New this Fall: Rides to Brighton Senior Center available on a limited basis. Call 340-8674 for full details and to enroll. After enrolling, call at least 5 business days in advance with ride request details. Our dispatchers will find a volunteer driver for you. Interested in paying it forward? Call 340-8674 to volunteer as a driver or dispatcher.
An Eldersource Care Manager can provide information and assistance with various programs and benefits. Talk with the care manager about issues that concern you, on a first come, first served basis at the Senior Center. For those not able to come to the Senior Center, in-home visits are possible. Call 325-2800 for information about making an appointment with a care manager. Ages: Older Adults Dates: First Tuesday & Third Thursday of the month Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am Location: Brookside Recreation Center Conference Room
PARTNERS IN READING FOR SENIORS
The Brighton Memorial Library matches homebound seniors with library volunteers who pick up and deliver library materials. The volunteers are also willing to read to seniors who might be in need of that service. Call 784-5300 and ask for the P.I.R.S. program for information.
COMMUNITY RESOURCE DIRECTORY Eldersource:..............................................................................................325-2800 Liftline Transportation Service: ............................................................426-3520 Lifespan:....................................................................................................244-8400 Catholic Family Center:...................................................262-7050 Or 262-7060 Jewish Family Service:.............................................................................461-0110 RSVP OF GREATER ROCHESTER (Volunteer Program)...............244-8400 585-784-5260 â€˘ TTY 585-784-5381
Brighton Memorial Library
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CHILDREN & FAMILIES
Annual Fall Family Festival 10/21 @ 10 am Meet characters from children’s books, trick or treat @ Town Hall, make a craft, and visit with Seneca Park Zoo animals. All ages and costumes are welcome. Sponsored by the Friends of BML, Brighton Recreation, and community groups.
Books Sandwiched In Thursdays @ 12 pm 10/12 Just Mercy: A Story of Social Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson 11/2 The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See 12/7 The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
Toddler Dance Party Check for dates. Lego Club Check for dates & sign up! Library Learning Lab @ 10:30 am Explore multimedia centers filled with hands-on learning activities. For preK-12th graders and their caregivers. Check for dates & sign up! Silver Screen Saturdays Sensory Friendly Screenings @ 1 pm Snacks are welcome. Check for titles, dates & times. Family Movies Snacks are welcome. Check for dates & titles. Read to a Therapy Dog Annie on Tuesdays; Lily on Thursdays Check for dates and times, and sign up!
Read the Book & Join our Discussions! Check for titles. Tuesdays, 1:30-3 pm 9/19, 10/17, 11/14, 12/19 Wednesdays, 7-8:30 pm 9/20, 10/18, 11/15, 12/20 Eva Abrams: Memories of a Holocaust Survivor 9/7 from 12–1 pm Tuesday Travelogue: Lake Erie Byways 9/12 from 12–1pm The Pleasures of Making a Poem with Kathleen Wakefield 9/12 from 6:30–8:30 pm Registration is required.
Sunday Serenades: Traveling Cabaret 10/8 from 2–3 pm Sew a Mystery Quilt with Janet Root 10/14 from 10:30 am–3:30 pm Registration is required. All for Suffrage: The Kin of Susan B. Anthony 10/19 from 7–8:30pm
Practice SAT with Chariot Learning 9/23 from 10 am–2 pm Grades 9-12. Registration is required.
Technology Classes with Steve Dresbach From 6:30-8:30 pm. Registration is required. • Google Drive & Collaborative Apps 10/11 & 10/12 • Get to Know your iPad 11/1 • Word 2013 11/2, 11/8, 11/9
5x7xDesign Teen Art Contest 10/1-11/30 Grades 6-12.
Tech Tutor 20 Minute One-on-One Sessions Register for your personalized session.
Hallow-Teen Psych Night 10/24 from 7–8:30 pm Grades 6-12.
Friends of BML Big Book Sale 10/26–10/30
Practice ACT with Chariot Learning 11/11 from 10 am–2 pm Grades 9-12. Registration is required.
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Knit Clique Drop-In 12-2 pm on Wednesdays. Bring your projects and meet others. Snacks are welcome. Partners in Reading for Seniors (PIRS) volunteers bring library materials to homebound Brighton seniors. Sign up to volunteer or to receive PIRS services.
Town Board Meetings Public Forum 7:00 pm - Meeting 7:30 pm
Brighton Town Board Meetings are Cablecast LIVE on Cable Channel 12
November 21* Tuesday
The Town Council encourages citizen attendance at these meetings, held at Brighton Town Hall, 2300 Elmwood Avenue. Community Forum meetings are also planned for West Brighton and East Brighton locations. Watch this newsletter, local newspapers and Cable 12 for more information.
In the Fall of 2005, Brighton Youth Together joined forces with the Brighton Central School District Mentoring Club. Twelve Corners Middle School and Brighton High School students meet weekly at the TCMS Cafeteria from 3:00 - 4:00 pm. This high-energy group is working on building the 40 Developmental Assets for youth and community service projects while building relationships with their fellow students. Everyone is welcome! This club is designed for teens just like YOU! The Mentoring Club will help you to: • Build relationships within our community • Be a community Teen Leader • Share your ideas with other Teen Leaders • Help create and implement new programs • Have FUN while supporting the 40 Developmental Assets for Youth
What A Great Way To Build Assets For Yourself & The Community! For more information and meeting schedule contact: Rebecca Cotter at 784-5260 or firstname.lastname@example.org A special thanks to the N.Y.S. Division for Youth and Rochester/Monroe County Youth Bureau for their continued financial support.
Parks, Recreation & Community Services Advisory Board Members Denis Conley Larry Davis Coleridge Gil Mark Kokanovich Jackie Marchand Mike Tullio Elaine Vitone Ray Warrick Michael Zobel
We Love Feedback!! Comments on programs are welcome, as we are always looking for new ideas. Please email us your feedback at email@example.com or call us directly at 784-5260.
Come discover some of the hidden treasures in the Town Parks of Brighton. Trails, waterways and wildlife await your arrival. See page 34 for details on all our parks. TIES (Together Including Every Student) Would your child like to join a community activity but needs individualized support? Would your child like an opportunity to share an activity they enjoy or be involved in a community service program? TIES is a program sponsored by the Brighton Central School District that trains student volunteers ages 13-18 to support students ages 8-21 with developmental disabilities in community and extracurricular activities. The volunteer attends the activity chosen by the child and provides the needed support. TIES promotes inclusion, learning and fun for all! Please contact Karen McGraw at Karen_McGraw@ bcsd.org, with questions or for an application. Stone-Tolan House Open for drop in visitors Fridays & Saturdays noon to 3:00 pm, March through December. For more information contact, 546- 7029 ext. 14 or www.landmarksociety.org
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Facility Rentals All
reservations must be made in person at the Brighton Recreation,
$95 / $180 $120 / $220
New Fee Schedule as of 1/1/16
$85 / $160 - Residents $95/$180 $110 / $200
$120/$220 - Non-Residents
Arts & Crafts
New Fee Schedule as of 1/1/16
No Inflatable Bounce Houses
THe parks department needs your help keeping our parks and playgrounds clean!
• All park users must make an effort to help keep our parks and playgrounds clean and assist in our recycling efforts. • Individuals and groups utilizing the parks MUST place ALL garbage into the available refuse and recycling containers located throughout the parks. • Please place all returnable cans and bottles in the specific containers located at the concession buildings, or take them home with you. • We expect groups and teams to pick up the playing areas, the spectator areas, the bench and dugout areas after every game and practice. • Remember, Corbett’s Glen is a carry out park.
Let’s all do our best to keep our parks clean! Thank you in advance for doing your part to keep the parks beautiful! 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
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Create your online user account (Online, in person or by mail) Create your (see directions to the right) ORonline user account You may register for programs ONLINE! (see directions toFAMILY the right) Fill out forms completely, only ONE perOR You may register for programs ONLINE! are now Fillothers out forms completely, FAMILY perusing an online registration system, Rec1 registration form (all will be returned).only ONE We to allow you the most convenient experience possible We are now using an online registration system, R registration form (all others will be returned). Register by stopping in or mailing your when registering forto a program. By utilizing our onlineexperience poss allow you the most convenient Register by stopping in or mailing your completed registration form. services you will be able to:registering for a program. By utilizing our on when completed registration Register early. Classes are cancelled basedform. on View availableservices programs, and youspecial will beevents able to: Register early.prior Classes are of cancelled based on registration numbers one week to start activities View available programs, special events and registration numbers one week prior to of manage and activities each class. start Create, view your own personal listing each class. of activities Create, manage and view your own persona Participants requesting specialshould accommodations Any person with special needs register at Update your account ofregularly, activitiesview and print should at Any least 10 days prior to the person with special needs least 10register days prior to the start date of class sostartshould register at receipts Update your account regularly, view and pri date of class so needs can be determined. least days prior to the start date of class so accommodations can be10 made. View available credits receipts accommodations can be made. Registration forms will be returned to you Receive email updates andavailable more! credits View Registration without being processed if theyforms are will be returned to you Receive email updates and more! Getting started is easy, just follow these simple steps to without processed un-signed, incomplete, notbeing legible, and / or if they arecreate your unique user account and manage your inforGetting started is easy, just follow these simple ste un-signed, incomplete, and / or have incorrect payment (we will not hold not a legible, mation anywhere! create your unique user account and manage your have incorrect payment (we will not hold a space in the class for you). mation anywhere! To create your online account: space in the class for you). Mail completed registration form to: To create your online account: 1. Go to www.townofbrighton.org/rec Brighton Recreation & Parks Mail completed registration form to:2. Click on “Register1.Online” Go to button www.townofbrighton.org/rec Parks 220 Idlewood RoadBrighton Recreation & 3. 2. Clickbutton on “Register button Click the "New Account" at the Online” top of the 220 Idlewood Road Rochester, NY 14618 screen 3. Click the "New Account" button at the top o Or Or bring completed withRochester, cash,check checkor or 14618 4. Enter your account information bring completedforms formsin in person person with cash, NY screen VISA/MASTERCARD during regular business hours. VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER during regular business hours. Or bring completed forms in person with cash, oryour user 4. Enter account information 5. check Select name andyour password Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmpm orregular business hours. Monday –—Friday, Friday, 9:00 am — 5:00 VISA/MASTERCARD during 5. Select your user name and password 6. Hit the "Save" button 9:00 am – 6:00 pm on Wednesdays. Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm or 6. Now" Hit thebutton "Save"and button 7. Select the "Register explore all 9:00 – 6:00 for pm all on checks Wednesdays. A $20 administrative fee will beam charged the great programs arethe available through 7. that Select "Register Now" the button and explor
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Please email or call with any questions: processed asRegistrations staff are available. received in the mail or drop box will be Please email or call with any questions: as staff are firstname.lastname@example.org You will receive confirmationprocessed (via email or mail)
email@example.com 585-784-5260. You willhas receive once your registration been confirmation processed. (via email or mail) 585-784-5260. once your registration has been processed. REFUNDPOLICY POLICY REFUND TRANSFER POLICY TRANSFER POLICY BEHAVIOR POLICY Requests to transfer from one to transfer REFUND TRANSFER POLICY Requests from no one program to NO REFUNDS except when the department cancels NO REFUNDS except when the POLICY Under circumstances areanother program to another must made department a program orbefore if participants or class staff tostart be subjected NOmove REFUNDS except whenstarts the department Requests to to transfer from one program to mustbecancels be made 2 weeks prior date. A a programcancels or if you a program 2 weeks prior to class start date. you move before a program starts to verbal or physical abuse by a program if you move Abefore starts must be be made 2 weeks $10 administrative fee will charged and prior MUSTtobeclass start d or a doctor certifies illness of or a participant. $10 a program A $10 administrative fee will be or a doctor certifies illness of a participants. Violation of this will or a doctor certifies illness of a participant. A $10 $10 administrative fee will be may charged and M paid before request is processed. administration fee will be withheld on all refunds charged and MUST be paid before participant. A $10 administration fee be dealt with immediately and administration be iswithheld on all refunds paid before request is processed. unless the class is cancelled. request processed. will be withheld on all refunds unless fee will result in removal from the program unless the class is cancelled. the class is cancelled. without a refund. All requests must be made in writing at least 2 weeks prior to program start date. requests must be writingPRIOR at least 2 weeks prior program start date. ALL REQUEST MUST BEAll MADE IN WRITING AT made LEAST in 2 WEEKS TO PROGRAM STARTtoDATE. 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
Registration Form Resident Registration begins Tuesday, September 5 Non-Resident Registration begins Tuesday, September 12
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Other Accommodations:____________________________________________________________________________ Please contact the Brighton Recreation Dept. to discuss further: 585-784-5260 or brighton.recreation@townof brighton.org
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Brighton Park Facilities The Town Parks Department manages and maintains over 427 acres of parkland and open space for the benefit and enjoyment of its citizens and visitors alike. Please stop by and spend some time at our facilities – we know you’ll enjoy the experience.
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Brighton’s Eco Friendly Events Scheduled Brighton’s Semi-Annual Electronics Recycling and Paper Shredding Events • SATURDAY, October 14, 2017 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon at Brighton’s Highway Department Parking Lot, 1941 Elmwood Ave. Bring your old electronic equipment and/or your old documents to Brighton’s Electronics Recycling and Paper Shredding event on October 14, 2017 (rain or shine). These two events will take place at the same time and place. There is no charge for either service.
AT THIS TIME THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY CANNOT ACCEPT CRT TELEVISIONS OR MONITORS (THE NEWER FLAT SCREEN MODELS WILL BE ACCEPTED). A total of 225,845 pounds of electronics (112.92 tons) and 169,646 pounds of paper (84.82 tons) has been collected to date!
Brighton’s Semi-Annual Pharmaceutical “Take-Back” Program SATURDAY, October 28, 2017 From 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Brighton Town Hall Public Safety Wing Help ensure a cleaner and safer environment by participating in the Town of Brighton’s prescription drug take-back event at Brighton Town Hall’s Public Safety Wing. Citizens are
asked to dispose of outdated and/or unwanted prescriptions and over-thecounter medications by dropping them off between 10:00 am-2:00 pm on October 28, 2017. There is no charge for this event.
A total of 28,956 pounds of pharmaceuticals (14.48 tons) has been collected to date!
For more information on any of these programs, email or call Councilmember Louise Novros at firstname.lastname@example.org or 244-3533. Monroe County Board of Elections is looking for poll workers. Give back to your community; Meet your neighbors; Get paid! For more information call the Board of Elections at 753-1550. Question about where your voting place is? Have you moved since the last election?
Get all of your voting questions answered here! Call the Board of Elections at 753-1550 or visit www.monroecounty.gov/etc/voter to learn more.
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2017 Brighton Community Homecoming Celebration Saturday, September 9 • 10:30AM -1:30PM IN FRONT OF THE MIDDLE SCHOOL AT TWELVE CORNERS
FOOD TRUCK | DJ MUSIC | PARADE 585-784-5260 • TTY 585-784-5381
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2017 Brighton Farmers’ Market The 2017 Brighton Farmers’ Market is open, with 50 farmers and vendors offering all-local high-quality fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy, baked goods, flowers, plants, and much more. Many of the farmers are certified organic or use sustainable growing practices. People enjoy the Market for the good food and fun, but they’re also making the world a better place -- buying fresh food directly from the farmers is one of the best things we can do to support a stronger local food system.
Each week there is live music, activities for children, food trucks, recycling, and staff from the Brighton Food Cupboard. Scientists join us at the Ask a Scientist booth to answer all kinds of questions, kids’ questions welcome. The Market welcomes groups that promote the Brighton’s strong, welcoming, inclusive community. SNAP customers are welcome; please ask at the Market tent about the SNAP bonus program.
As we transition into Fall and Winter, we want to remind all of our residents of the rules and regulations that provide for your safety and for the safety of the traveling public on main roads and neighborhood streets within the Town of Brighton. Yard debris piles, including leaf piles, placed onto the roadway or containers placed on shoulders or in gutters, are a safety hazard for bicyclists, pedestrians and motorists.
Loose yard debris must be in containers and brush stacked in neat bundles weighing less than 50 pounds. Place brush and garden debris at the curb in containers or paper bags – not plastic – or stack in a neat pile no more than eight feet long and free of sod, dirt or wire. The town does not collect grass clippings, please mulch or compost your clippings. Do not place garden debris in the road or on the shoulders. It is illegal, under NYS Highway
The summer Brighton Farmers’ Market is
held every Sunday through November 19, 9 am to 1 pm, in the Brighton High School parking lot, 1150 Winton Road S. The winter Brighton Farmers’ Market opens Sunday, November 26, 1-4 pm, and will be held in Brighton’s Brookside Center, 220 Idlewood Rd. Sign up for weekly market newsletters at www.brightonfarmersmarket.org, or follow the Market on Facebook. The Brighton Farmers’ Market is sponsored by the Town of Brighton.
Please Don’t Create A Traffic Hazard! and NYS Vehicle & Traffic law, to place yard debris anywhere on paved roadways. Small amounts of yard debris will not be picked up unless it is containerized.
Town of Brighton Budget Hearings The Town Board will hold two public hearings on the 2018 Budget at the October 11, 2017 and October 25, 2017 Town Board Meetings. These hearings will solicit public input on the Operating Budget and Special District Assessments.
Town Board meetings begin at 7:00 pm and are held at Town Hall 2300 Elmwood Avenue. Copies of the preliminary budget will be available for review in the Office of the Town Clerk and on the town website
at www.townofbrighton.org prior to the public hearings. Please call Daniel Aman, Town Clerk at 784-5240 for additional information.