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TABLE OF CONTENTS Hanover Park Park District | 630.837.2468 | hpparks.org

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General Information

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Special Events

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Preschool

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Early Childhood

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Youth Programs

CENTRE COURT ATHLETIC CLUB General Information

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Racquetball Lessons & Leagues

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Junior Tennis Lessons

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Adult Tennis

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Health & Fitness Classes

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Youth Arts & Music

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Health & Fitness Services & Amenities

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Youth Sports

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Teens

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Computers

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Adult Arts & General

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Adult Sports

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Senior Events

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Community Groups & Organizations

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Foundation

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Registration

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Facility Rentals

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Facilities & Parks

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FACILITIES & PARKS

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Board of Commissioners (630) 837-2468 Board President

Mary R. Morrison (ext. 243)

Board Vice-President

Michelle Macholl (ext. 227)

Board Treasurer

Board Commissioner

Board Commissioner

Charles Morrison (ext. 229)

Jon Duesing (ext. 217)

Mark Elkins (ext. 219)

We Represent You!

Park District Staff

CUSTOMER SERVICE STAFF

The Hanover Park Park District is a separate governing agency established for the purpose of providing parks, facilities and recreational programs for the community. The Park District is responsible for the maintenance, operation and administration of parks and park facilities under its jurisdiction. The Park District is governed by five commissioners elected at large for overlapping, four-year terms. The commissioners set the policies for the operation of the Park District. Meetings are the second and fourth Mondays of the month at 7 pm in the Community Center Board Room. Residents are welcome to attend.

(630) 837-2468 ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT

Sharon Lutz Lana Smith Angie Pikulyk

Mission Statement

Customer Relations Supervisor Gina Mastro-Strickler (ext. 121) g.mastro_strick@hpparks.org

Business Supervisor Renee Wall (ext. 137) r.wall@hpparks.org

Vision Statement

Marketing Supervisor Lily Garcia (ext. 125) l.garcia@hpparks.org

Payroll Clerk/Executive Secretary Dianna Firak (ext. 131) d.firak@hpparks.org

We will be the provider of choice for parks, recreation and fitness within our diverse community.

Recreation Services Supervisor Nicole Mantegna (ext. 138) n.mantegna@hpparks.org

Accounting Clerk Nancy Santucci (ext. 127) n.santucci@hpparks.org

Photo Policy

Athletic Supervisor Kyle Thomas (ext.118) k.thomas@hpparks.org

Photo Policy

We enrich people’s lives by providing safe, healthy and fun leisure experiences.

The Hanover Park Park District reserves the right to photograph or videotape participants in Park District programs, facilities or parks for the District’s use.

Director of Parks and Recreation Jeff Acks (ext. 126) j.acks@hpparks.org Superintendent of Recreation Rick Wulbecker (ext. 128) r.wulbecker@hpparks.org Superintendent of Parks and Planning Bob O’Brien, CPRP, CPFI (ext. 117) b.obrien@hpparks.org Executive Assistant Melissa Kress (ext. 140) m.kress@hpparks.org

RECREATION DEPARTMENT

Arts Coordinator Susan Matthews (ext. 132) s.matthews@hpparks.org

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PARKS DEPARTMENT Assistant Superintendent of Parks Gabe Villar, CPO (ext. 207) g.villar@hpparks.org Parks Foreman Steve Sterling (ext. 213) s.sterling@hpparks.org

FINANCE & PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT Financial Services Administrator Larry Wheeler, CPRP (ext. 129) l.wheeler@hpparks.org

The Hanover Park Park District reserves the right to photograph or videotape participants in Park District programs, facilities or parks for the District’s use.

In Case of Oops! Complete details of program policies, procedures and guidelines are sometimes omitted from the program brochures because of space limitations. Also, errors in days, times, registration requirements and fees may occur as well. We apologize for any errors that may appear in the brochure. We thank you for your patience and understanding when these situations arise.


GENERAL INFORMATION Park District Facilities & Office Hours:

CENTRE COURT ATHLETIC CLUB

SEAFARI SPRINGS AQUATIC CENTER

Monday – Friday Wednesday Saturday

1919 Walnut Avenue Hanover Park, IL 60133 630-837-6300

1700 Greenbrook Boulevard Hanover Park, IL 60133 630-830-0300 Fax: 630-830-3180

8:30 am – 5 pm 8:30 am – 8 pm 9 am – 12 pm

FACILITIES COMMUNITY CENTER & PARK DISTRICT OFFICE 1919 Walnut Avenue Hanover Park, IL 60133 630-837-2468 Fax: 630-837-9720

AHLSTRAND FIELDHOUSE 6900 Catalpa Street Hanover Park, IL 60133

YOUTH ATHLETIC HOTLINE

HOLLYWOOD ACTIVITY CENTER

ADULT ATHLETC HOTLINE

1529 Celebrity Circle West Hanover Park, IL 60133

630-837-2468 (ext. 230) (April through November)

Bike Path and Trails Maintenance Policy

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Mother Nature will be allowed to take her own course of action with respect to our park district bike paths and trails, located at Community Park, Ahlstrand Park, Harbor Park East-West, Nautilus Park and Ranger Park. In Illinois there is no legal duty to clear paths or trails. But if an agency voluntarily takes on the job, liability may be imposed if it is not done properly. The Park District Risk Management Agency (PDRMA) recommends that we limit path maintenance to a thorough seasonending inspection and documentation of irregularities, that we fix any hazards and that we post signs conveying the message that users of the paths and trails do so at their own risk.

Thank you to the Village of Hanover Park, Lions Club, and Hanover Park Park Foundation The staff and commissioners of the Hanover Park Park District take this opportunity to sincerely thank the Village of Hanover Park and the Hanover Park Lions Club for their generous financial donations that make participation in recreation programs possible for the children of families experiencing financial hardship. Working together, the Hanover Park Youth Activity Supplement Program of the Village of Hanover Park, the Lions Club, and the Hanover Park Park Foundation have assisted many families in Hanover Park to provide activities such as karate, dance, soccer, basketball, gymnastics, swim lessons, aquatic facility passes, and summer camp for their children. Since 1998, more than 300 individual scholarships have been awarded totaling more than $40,000.00 Thank you, Lions Club and Village of Hanover Park. Through your dedication, cooperation, and generosity you have enriched the lives of many children by giving them the opportunity to participate in our Park District’s programs.

Northwest Special Recreation Association The Hanover Park Park District is a member of a cooperative agreement among 17 park districts which forms the Northwest Special Recreation Association (NWSRA). The NWSRA team of full-time Therapeutic Recreation professionals and trained part-time staff offer safe, fun and high quality year-round recreation opportunities to individuals with disabilities of all ages and ability levels. For more information on NWSRA, brochures may be picked up at the park district main office or at the NWSRA office at Park Central, 3000 W. Central Road in Rolling Meadows. NWSRA may be contacted at (847) 3922848 (voice) 392-2855 (TTY) or 392-2870 (fax). Check us out on the web at nwsra.org.

630-837-2468 (EXT. 208)

Sledding and Ice Skating The Hanover Park Park District has two sledding areas just right for the winter sports enthusiasts. Community Park, 1919 Walnut Avenue and Heritage Park, Arlington Drive West. The sledding and skating areas are unsupervised. Parents are encouraged to visit these areas with their children. When sledding remember to sled away from the moat at Community Park and the lake at Heritage Park.

For those who wish to skate… The Park District clears areas at Community Park Lake, Heritage Park Lake, Morton Pond and Harbor East Lake from the first freeze through the end of February. Maintenance on these ponds will begin as soon as it is safe to skate. During the skating season, ice depth is monitored by Park District personnel. These areas are marked for safety. Skaters should proceed with caution. Skating is at your own risk. Skating is not permitted at any other Park District location, including Ranger Park and the Community Center moat. Red Flags indicate that conditions are dangerous and that no one should go on the ice. Yellow Flags indicate that the ice depth was safe at the time of testing.

If you are new to Hanover Park or have a friend or neighbor moving into our community call 630.837.2468 to request a free new resident packet. The packet contains Park District information and promotional products that will introduce new residents to our wonderful recreation activities and give them an opportunity to “Enrich Their Lives”.


SPECIAL EVENTS Hanover Park Park District | 630.837.2468 | hpparks.org Polar Express Train Trip

Daddy Daughter Dance

Join Santa’s Helpers at the Hanover Park train station for hot chocolate and treats. Then we’ll depart for the “North Pole” on the “Polar Express” and enjoy the story being read. When we arrive at the North Pole, Santa Claus will be waiting for you. Each child will receive a special gift and get to spend time with Santa. Santa will join us in singing carols on the trip home. Do not forget to bring your camera for a picture with Santa. Feel free to bring your copy of the book “Polar Express” by Chris Van Allsburg to read along with Santa’s Helpers.

Dress up for this special evening with dad! (Or other male family member.) There will be group games, music, and a craft. Dinner and dessert will be served. Every daughter will receive a corsage and a goodie bag.

Registration began with the Fall 2010 Playbook. Registration is closed when the last ticket is sold. Day: Location: Age: Fee:

Program # 304590-01 304590-02

Saturday & Sunday Hanover Park Train Station All Adults $10 ($15 nr) Children $8 ($12 nr)

Dates

Time

12/4 12/5

9:45 -11:30 am (train departs at 10:08 am) 1:45 – 3:30 pm (train departs at 2:08 pm)

IAPD’s Kite Fly and Earth Day Celebration Fly a kite and learn how to purchase a Park District Youth License Plate that benefits youth programming at park districts. The park district will have hot dogs, crafts, games and more for everyone to enjoy. Don’t forget to stop by our marketing booth to learn more about upcoming summer programs and Centre Court. Day: Time: Location: Fee:

Thursday, April 21 5-7 pm Community Center Softball Fields Free

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Day: Saturday Location: Community Center Dance Studio

Session

Program #

Winter

304660-01

Date Age 2/5

Time

Fee

all 6 – 8:30 pm $30 ($45 nr) $15 for add'l daughter

Breakfast with the Bunny *Presented by The Hanover Park Lions Club Hop over to the Park District and join the bunny for a pancake breakfast. We will be serving a buffet style breakfast that includes pancakes, sausage, coffee, orange juice and hot chocolate. Play our egg-citing games and join in on the egg hunt. The bunny will be available for pictures. Company Allegro from the Hanover Park School of Dance will perform. Children fees apply to ages 12 and younger. Register in advance or pay at the door.

Day: Location:

Saturday Community Center Gym

Session

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Spring

404520-01

4/16

All

8 am – 12 pm

Adults - $4 Children - $3

Egg Hunt Make sure you join us for this free egg hunt.

Age

Time

3 & under with parent 4 – 6 without parent 7 – 9 without parent

10 am 10:15 am 10:30 am

PRINCESS AND PIRATE PARTY (Parent and Child) Princesses, dress in your royal gown and put on your tiara! Pirates, dress in swashbuckling style! Snow White, Belle, Jasmine, Ariel, Cinderella and the Dancing Pirates will greet you and teach you a dance. Enjoy cake and punch, a craft, music, and some surprises as you meet and dance with other princesses and pirates. Great photo opps, so parents, be sure to bring your camera. Part of the proceeds will support the Hanover Park School of Dance Company

Allegro costume collection. Register early, space is limited. Registration deadline: Wednesday, March 2. Day: Location:

Saturday, March 5 Community Center Dance Studio

Session

Program #

Age

Time

Fee

405191-01

3-10/adult

3-4 pm

$14 per couple ($21 nr) $7 extra child or adult

Spring


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Totally Twos Information The first day of each session is with parents. Parents will be able to see what a typical day at Totally Twos is like for their child. Policies and procedures will be explained during the first day. Pull ups are accepted, but our teachers are not able to change any child. Children should be in the process of learning how to be toilet independent while attending this program. Parents must be available to return to the program to change their child’s pull up or in case of a bathroom accident. Fees are based on how many days class will be in session due to official school holidays. For our cancellation and transfer policies, please refer to our parent’s manual.

Totally Twos This program is designed to provide your child with his/her first introduction to a preschool setting. Children are eased into separation from their parents when they are ready. Classes will emphasize socialization and learning through play. Music, story time, and arts and crafts are a few of the exciting new experiences your toddler will enjoy. This program is an excellent stepping stone into our 3 year old program. Class maximum: 12 students. Location: Age:

Ahlstrand Fieldhouse 2 years old as of September 1, 2010

Winter Dates: November 30, 2010 – February 25, 2011 (11 weeks) No classes December 20 – 31, 2010

Spring Dates: March 1, 2011 – May 20, 2011 (11 weeks) No classes March 28 – April 1, 2011 and April 22, 2011

Program #

Days

Time

Fee

Program #

Days

Time

Fee

601000-03 601000-04

TTH WF

9 - 10:15 am 9 – 10:15 am

$102 ($117 nr) $102 ($117 nr)

601000-05 601000-06

TTH WF

9 - 10:15 am 9 – 10:15 am

$102 ($117 nr) $97 ($112 nr)

WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO ENROLL MY CHILD? 1. Review the class locations and times. Decide upon a class that will best fit schedules and child’s age. There is limited enrollment in these programs. • Little Learners is for children who are 3 years old as of September 1, 2010. • Pre-Kindergarten is for children who are 4 years old as of September 1, 2010. • Totally Twos is for children who are 2 years old as of September 1, 2010. 2. Register in person at the Community Center. • You will need the first month’s tuition. • You will need a copy of your child’s birth certificate. • $15 nonresident fee will be charged at the time of registration when applicable.

3. Upon completing registration you will receive: • Parent Manual. • Information Sheet concerning billing. • Emergency information form to be completed by parent and given to child’s teacher on the first day of school. 4. All children must be toilet independent • Pull-ups are not acceptable


PRE-SCHOOL

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Preschool Class information and registration for 2011-2012 will be available at the Park District beginning March 2011 and will be printed in the summer playbook.

Preschool Spring Open House Open house is a great opportunity to meet our teachers and see the classrooms before you register! Both parents and children are welcomed to attend. Teachers and Recreation Services Supervisor will be able to answer any questions you have regarding our preschool program. Can’t make this one? The summer book will have our August Open House dates. Day: Date: Time: Locations:

Monday 4/4 4 – 5 pm Ahlstrand Fieldhouse & Hollywood Activity Center

LITTLE LEARNERS Classes emphasize socialization and learning through play. Students are exposed to creative art expression, singing and rhythm activities, body movement, stories, free play, name recognition, fine motor skills, and activities related to every day math, science, and language discovery. This class is a great opportunity for your child to get ready for Pre-Kindergarten. Class maximum: 16 students. Dates: Age:

September 2010 – May 2011 3 years old as of September 1, 2010

Installment Bill Fee of $3/month. (included in monthly fee)

Program # Days 601010-10 601010-11 601010-14*

MWF TTh TTh

Time 9 – 11 am 9 – 11 am 6 – 8 pm

Location Month Fee Paid/Full Ahlstrand Ahlstrand Ahlstrand

$98 $66 $66

$769.50 $510.30 $510.30

*Evening classes help to fit the working parent’s schedule.

PRE-KINDERGARTEN Classes emphasize kindergarten preparation. These areas consist of size, color and shapes, numbers, reading and readiness, following directions, time, listening skills, and socialemotional development. Teachers will introduce the alphabet, addresses, phone numbers, and name writing. Classes are designed for the child entering kindergarten in the fall of 2011. A graduation celebration will be held at the end of the school year. Class maximum: 16 students. Dates: Age:

September 2010 – May 2011 4 years old as of September 1, 2010

Installment Bill Fee of $3/month. (included in monthly fee)

Program #

Days

Time

Location

Month

601020-01 601020-02 601020-03 601020-04 601020-05 601020-06 601020-08*

MWF MWF TTH TTH M-F M-F TTh

9 - 11:30 am 9 - 11:30 am 9 - 11:30 am 9 - 11:30 am 9 - 11:30 am 9 - 11:30 am 6 - 8:30 pm

Ahlstrand Hollywood Ahlstrand Hollywood Ahlstrand Hollywood Ahlstrand

$122 $122 $83 $83 $202 $202 $83

*Evening classes help to fit the working parent’s schedule.

Nicole Mantegna, Recreation Services Supervisor For more info regarding Special Events, Early Childhood and Pre-school contact Nicole at (630) 837-2468 (ext. 138) or n.mantegna@hpparks.org

LOCATIONS: Ahlstrand Field House

Hollywood Activity Center

6900 Catalpa Hanover Park, IL 60133 (630) 837-2008

1529 Celebrity Circle West Hanover Park, IL 60133 (630) 837-7160

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Wiggles and Giggles

Tot Rock

Climb over mats, jump on a mini trampoline, crawl through a tunnel, and play in a mini ball pit while meeting new friends. There will be fun music to dance and play to. Parents stay during the program and are welcome to participate.

Wiggle and giggle to the Tot Rock beat! You and your tot will delight in this one-of-a-kind musical adventure! We will play with rhythm instruments like tambourines and maracas, share props like balls and beanbags, and explore sensory items like bubbles and feathers. In addition to improving your tot’s newly-acquired motor skills, we provide structured and unstructured time to encourage socialization. Sign up for all sessions as the curriculum does not repeat. Tots must be walking. Learn, dance, and play our way! www.rockitkids.com

(5 weeks) Day: Location:

Friday Community Center Room C

Session

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Winter Winter Winter Winter Spring Spring

301103-01 301103-02 301103-03 301103-04 401103-01 401103-02

1/14 – 2/11 1/14 – 2/11 2/18 – 3/18 2/18 – 3/18 4/1 – 4/29 4/1 – 4/29

1–3 1–3 1–3 1–3 1–3 1–3

10 – 11 am 6 -7 pm 10 – 11 am 6 – 7 pm 10 – 11 am 6 – 7 pm

$20 ($30 nr) $20 ($30 nr) $20 ($30 nr) $20 ($30 nr) $20 ($30 nr) $20 ($30 nr)

Come Fly With Me to the Zoo! During this multimedia presentation, children will strap on their airplane wings and land in different animal habitats to learn about animal homes, habits, foods, and sounds. During this presentation children will actively participate. We will play animal guessing games, do finger plays, and make a craft. Day: Location:

Session Winter

Monday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Program # Date Age 302307-01

1/24

Time

Fee

3 - 5 11:45 am – 12:30 pm $10 ($15 nr)

Travel the World – Come Fly with Me! Background visuals with sound effects will create the scenery and setting to let our imaginations take us flying to new places! The children will strap on their airplane wings and fly across the ocean to actively learn about people, customs, language, food, animals, and music. We will land our airplanes in France, Japan, and Mexico. The children will use their senses to see, smell, touch, listen, and discover life in different countries. Day: Location:

Thursday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Session Program # Winter

302307-02

Date Age 2/17

3-5

Time

Fee

11:30 am – 12:15 pm

$10 ($15 nr)

Age: Day: Location:

Session Winter Winter Winter Winter Spring Spring

Walkers – 24 months with Parent Wednesday Streamwood Park District

Program #

Date

Time

Fee

301120-01 301120-02 301120-03 301120-04 401120-01 401120-02

1/12 – 2/9 1/12 – 2/9 2/23 – 3/23 2/23 – 3/23 4/13 – 6/1 4/13 – 6/1

9:15 – 9:55 am 4:45 – 5:25 pm 9:15 – 9:55 am 4:45 – 5:25 pm 9:15 – 9:55 am 4:45 – 5:25 pm

$42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $62 ($77 nr) $62 ($77 nr)

Technology Camp Week 1: Children visit an amusement park where they complete logic & number series, identify body parts, sort objects, type letters, form patterns; Week 2: Visit an amazing attic where they discover musical instruments, rhythms, intensify sound, & mix colors; Week 3: Visit 3 science centers where they explore floating & sinking; hidden objects in natural environments, choose items to x-ray and more. Day: Location:

Session Spring Spring Spring

Monday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Program # Date 402307-01 402307-02 402307-03

3/7 – 3/21 3/7 – 3/21 3/7 – 3/21

Age 3-5 3-5 3-5

Time

Fee

11:30 am – 12 pm $20 ($30 nr) 12:15 – 12:45 pm $20 ($30 nr) 1 – 1:30 pm $20 ($30 nr)


EARLY CHILDHOOD

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Mini-Gym Time

Hippity Hop

Let’s take over the gym! We will play with the parachutes, balls, mini basketball hoop, and toys. Your child will play games with others. Parents may stay and participate too!

This spring make bunny, flower and egg crafts! We will read stories and have a snack at the end of the day.

(5 weeks) Day: Location:

Friday Community Center Gym

Session Program # Winter Winter Spring

301104-01 301104-02 401104-01

Date

Age

Time

1/14 – 2/11 3 - 5 11:30 am – 12:30 pm 2/18 – 3/18 3 - 5 11:30 am – 12:30 pm 4/1 – 4/29 3 - 5 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Fee $20 ($30 nr) $20 ($30 nr) $20 ($30 nr)

Kid Rock I and II Sing, dance, jump and play, having fun the Kid Rock way! Join this popular music and movement program and sing songs, dance to the beat, play with rhythm instruments and props, improve fine and gross motor skills, and engage in imaginative play. Kid Rock also helps with listening skills and socialization. Kid Rock I is for parent and child interaction; Kid Rock II encourages independence as parents only stay for the first and last weeks. Sign up for all sessions as the curriculum does not repeat. Don’t miss this unique opportunity for fun and learning! www.rockitkids.com Age: Day: Location:

Program #

Date

Time

Fee

301120-05 301120-06 301120-07 301120-08 401120-03 401120-04

1/12 – 2/9 1/12 – 2/9 2/23 – 3/23 2/23 – 3/23 4/13 – 6/1 4/13 – 6/1

10- 10:40 am 5:30 – 6:10 pm 10- 10:40 am 5:30 – 6:10 pm 10 - 10:40 am 5:30 – 6:10 pm

$42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $62 ($77 nr) $62 ($77 nr)

Winter Winter Winter Winter Spring Spring

Kid Rock II Age: Day: Location:

Session Winter Winter Winter Winter Spring Spring

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Spring

401130-02

4/19

3–5

5 – 6 pm

$6 ($9 nr)

Gymkhana Gymnastics Parent & Tot Parents and tots get introduced the basics of gymnastics through tumbling. Body awareness and balance will be developed through an “obstacle course” type set-up of mats, foam inclines, mail boxes, barrels, steps, beams and junior bars. *(3-5 year old class child only) Location:

2.5 – 4.5 years without Parent Wednesday Streamwood Park District

Program #

Date

Time

Fee

301120-09 301120-10 301120-11 301120-12 401120-05 401120-06

1/12 – 2/9 1/12 – 2/9 2/23 – 3/23 2/23 – 3/23 4/13 – 6/1 4/13 – 6/1

10:45- 11:25 am 6:15 – 6:55 pm 10:45- 11:25 am 6:15 – 6:55 pm 10:45- 11:25 am 6:15 – 6:55 pm

$42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $62 ($77 nr) $62 ($77 nr)

Gymkhana 1700 Tower Dr., Hanover Park

Winter (8 weeks) Program # 303210-01 303210-02 303210-03

Date

Age

Day

Time

Fee

1/11 – 3/1 1/11 – 3/1 1/8 – 3/5

2-4 *3-5 2-4

Tue Tue Sat

10:15 - 10:55 am 11:05 – 11:45 am 9 – 9:40 am

$46 ($61 nr) $46 ($61 nr) $46 ($61 nr)

Spring I (6 weeks) (no class 4/3) 403210-01 403210-02 403210-03

20 – 36 months with Parent Wednesday Streamwood Park District

Tuesday Community Center Art Studio

Session

Program #

Kid Rock I

Session

Day: Location:

Date

Age

Day

Time

Fee

3/8 – 4/12 3/8 – 4/12 3/5 – 4/16

2-4 *3-5 2-4

Tue Tue Sat

10:15 - 10:55 am 11:05 – 11:45 am 9 – 9:40 am

$35 ($50 nr) $35 ($50 nr) $35 ($50 nr)

Spring II (6 weeks) (no class 5/28) Program # 403210-04 403210-05 403210-06

Date

Age

Day

Time

Fee

4/19 – 5/24 4/19 – 5/24 4/23 – 6/4

2-4 *3-5 2-4

Tue Tue Sat

10:15 - 10:55 am 11:05 – 11:45 am 9 – 9:40 am

$35 ($50 nr) $35 ($50 nr) $35 ($50 nr)

Create your own. . . Learn how to make your own bubbles, play dough, and finger paint among other fun crafts and then play with them. This interactive class will provide your child with fun while being creative. Each week will be a new creation. Day: Location:

Monday Community Center Room B

Session Program # Winter Winter Spring

301101-04 301101-05 401101-01

Date

Age

Time

Fee

1/10 – 1/31 2/21 – 3/14 4/4 – 4/25

3-5 3–5 3–5

6 - 7 pm 6 - 7 pm 6 - 7 pm

$26 ($39 nr) $26 ($39 nr) $26 ($39 nr)

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Candy Cane Hunt Find candy canes hidden in our winter wonderland. Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies. Everyone will make a cool craft to take home. Parents may attend if they wish at no additional cost. Day: Location:

Tuesday Dance Studio

Session Program #

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Winter

12/14

1.5 – 4

3:30 – 4:15 pm

$6 ($9 nr)

301130-01

Bumblebee Brunch

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This unique brunch will be a memorable time with your child! Everything will be bumblebee themed! We will create a craft, eat fun brunch food, and participate in buzzy activities. Day: Location:

Saturday Community Center Dance Studio

Session Program Date Spring

401130-01

Age

3/26 5 & under/Adult

Time

Fee*

10 am – 1 pm $18 ($27 nr)

* Fee is per couple, $9 for additional person

Block Party! Play with big blocks and small ones at this party just for you. We will create unique and fun buildings, animals, and anything else we can imagine. There will be a block inspired arts and crafts project. At the end, we will enjoy a snack and juice. Day: Location:

Saturday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Session Program Date

Age

Time

Fee

Winter

3-5

2 – 4 pm

$6 ($9 nr)

301130-02

1/22

Art Mania Get creative with arts and crafts in our Art Mania program. Each session will feature a different theme with different projects. Make sure to wear clothes that can get messy! Day: Age: Location:

Thursdays 2-4 Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Session Program # Date

Time

Fee

Winter

301101-01 12/7 – 12/28 2:30 – 3:15 pm $26 ($39 nr)

Winter Winter

301101-02 301101-03

Theme

Over the Rainbow 1/4 – 1/25 2:30 – 3:15 pm $26 ($39 nr) On the Farm 2/1 – 2/22 2:30 – 3:15 pm $26 ($39 nr) Valentine Fun

Little Cooks Create and cook your very own snacks and desserts. Not only will your child make food but there will be stories and food art projects throughout each session. Day: Location:

Session Winter Winter Spring

Saturday Community Center Room B

Program #

Date

Age

Time

Fee

301102-01 301102-02 401102-01

12/4 – 12/18 2/5 – 2/19 4/2 – 4/16

3-6 3 -6 3 -6

1 – 2:30 pm 1 – 2:30 pm 1 – 2:30 pm

$20 ($30 nr) $20 ($30 nr) $20 ($30 nr)


YOUTH PROGRAMS Hanover Park Park District | 630.837.2468 | hpparks.org Winter Break Camp

Spring Break Camp

Spend your winter break at the Hanover Park Park District. Each day will have a different theme, and on both Wednesday afternoons, we will go on a field trip! An afternoon snack will be provided each day, participants should bring a lunch with a drink. Sign up for a full day or a half day!

Spend your spring break at the Hanover Park Park District. Each day will have a different theme, and on both Wednesday afternoons, we will go on a field trip! An afternoon snack will be provided each day, participants should bring a lunch with a drink. Sign up for a full day or a half day!

*Half Days are available from 7 am – 12:30 pm or 12:30 pm – 6 pm at $16 ($24 nr) per day except Wednesday afternoons which are $20 ($30 nr) due to the field trip.

*Half Days are available from 7 am – 12:30 pm or 12:30 pm – 6 pm at $16 ($24 nr) per day except Wednesday afternoons which are $20 ($30 nr) due to the field trip.

Location: Grades: Time:

Grades: Location:

Ahlstrand Fieldhouse K–6 7 am – 6 pm

Full days – School District 54

Full Days Program # 302200-01 302200-02 302200-03 302200-04 302200-05 302200-06 302200-07 302200-08

K–6 Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Day

Date

Fee

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

12/20 12/21 12/22 12/23 12/27 12/28 12/29 12/30

$30 ($45 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $35 ($50 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $35 ($50 nr) $30 ($45 nr)

Session

Program

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring

402200-01 402200-02 402200-03 402200-04 402200-05

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25

7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm

$30 ($45 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $35 ($50 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $30 ($45 nr)

Full days – School District U46, 20, & 93 Session

Program

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring

402200-06 402200-07 402200-08 402200-09 402200-10

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

3/28 3/29 3/30 3/31 4/1

7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm

$30 ($45 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $35 ($50 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $30 ($45 nr)

Saturday Camp Do you love summer camp? Then join this fun filled program. There will be crafts, games, sports, and outside fun. Bring a lunch, water bottle, and a positive attitude with each Saturday! Parents this is a great way to run your weekend errands without the kids. The first session listed is a mini holiday one.

Day: Location:

Saturday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Session

Program

Date

Winter Winter Spring

301403-01 301403-02 401403-01

12/4 – 12/18 1/15 – 3/5 4/2 – 5/21

Age

Time

Fee

5 - 12 10 am – 1 pm $26 ($39 nr) 5 – 12 10 am – 1 pm $70 ($85 nr) 5 – 12 10 am – 1 pm $70 ($85 nr)

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YOUTH PROGRAMS Magic Class

Games Galore!

Children will have a great time as they learn fascinating and mesmerizing tricks! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind-reading, and more. While the tricks may appear difficult, you’ll discover that they are quick to learn and easy to perform. All materials are provided. Each child receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age to learn age-appropriate tricks. You can sign up for this class again and again since brand new tricks are taught at each session! Instructor: Magic Team of Gary Kantor

Looking for something fun to do? Then look no farther! Our incredible staff will entertain you with tons of crazy games such as pac man tag, ultimate Frisbee and crazy chase. This program will get your child active! Wear sneakers with socks, comfortable clothes, and bring a water bottle.

Age: Location:

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Session Winter Spring

5 - 12 Community Center Room C

Program # Day 301420-01 401420-01

Thu Fri

Date

Time

Fee

2/24 4/29

6:45 – 7:40 pm 5 – 5:55 pm

$18 ($27 nr) $18 ($27 nr)

Outdoor Games This program is all about having fun outside! We will play sports games, creative activities, arts and crafts and even make some food. Each week will contain different adventures, so hurry in and sign up! Day: Location:

Thursday Heritage Park

Session

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Spring Spring

401404-02 401404-03

3/3 – 3/24 4/14 – 5/5

6 – 12 6 – 12

3 – 5 pm 3 – 5 pm

$26 ($39 nr) $26 ($39 nr)

Get Crafty Camp

Day: Location:

Monday Community Center Gym Court 2

Session

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Winter Spring

301404-01 401404-01

1/10 – 1/24 3/7 – 3/28

5–9 5–9

7 – 8 pm 7 – 8 pm

$26 ($39 nr) $26 ($39 nr)

Cooking Mini - Camp Spend your spring break cooking up yummy treats! You will create a recipe book to take home at the end of the session. For more fun in the afternoon sign up for a half day of Spring Break Camp. Day: Location:

Monday - Friday Community Center Dance Studio & Kitchen

Session Program Spring Spring

401402-01 401402-02

Date

Grade

3/21 -3/25 3/28 -4/1

K-6 K-6

Need something to do while school is out? Come to Ahlstrand Fieldhouse for a day of fun! Every day has a different theme and field trip! Please arrive by 9 am for activities and the field trip. Grades: Location: Fee:

Day: Location:

Session Program Date Day

Session Program Winter

Date

Grade

301401-01 12/27 – 12/30 K – 6th

Time

Fee

8 am – 12:30 pm $51 ($67 nr)

Letters to Santa Santa wants to make sure to hear from children who live in the Hanover Park Park District this year! Drop your letters into his red holiday mailbox inside the Walnut Street entrance to the Community Center, 1919 Walnut Ave., between December 1st and 15th. Don’t forget to include your name and address so that Santa can write a reply! No postage required.

Fee

Days Off Club

Spend your winter break making cool crafts! Each day will be a different theme for our fun crafts! For more fun in the afternoon sign up for a half day of Winter Break Camp. Monday - Thursday Community Center Art Studio

Time

8 am – 12:30 pm $65 ($80 nr) 8 am – 12:30 pm $65 ($80 nr)

Winter Winter Spring Spring

K–6 Ahlstrand Fieldhouse $35 ($50 nr) 302201-01 302201-02 402201-01 402201-02

1/17 Monday 2/21 Monday 4/22 Friday 5/13 Friday

Time

Theme

7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm 7 am – 6 pm

Treasure Hunt Day at the Beach Game Show Day Nature Exploration

Phone Calls From the North Pole Receive a phone call from Santa this year! Stop by the Park District’s office, 1919 Walnut Ave, to pick up your application to get on Santa’s phone call list. Fill it out and return to us by Tuesday, December 7. Santa will be calling from 6 to 7 pm on Wednesday, December 8.


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Before School Club (BSC)

After School Club (ASC)

Mornings will be spent playing quiet games, activities, computer time, and breakfast time. The Park District’s van will transport participants to school. Participants must be on-site before the van leaves for school. Parents, chose the days of the week you want your child(ren) to attend.

Grades: Time: Location: Schools Serviced:

Location: Grades: Time: Schools:

Ahlstrand Fieldhouse Morning Kindergarten – 6th 6:30 am – School Start Time Horizon, Ontarioville, Laurel Hill, Hanover Highlands, Parkwood, Anne Fox and Greenbrook

Program #

Day

Monthly Fee

Second Child Fee

602200-11 602200-12 602200-13 602200-14 602200-15

1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days

$26 $45 $66 $87 $108

$20 $40 $61 $82 $103

Location: Schools Serviced:

Afternoon Kindergarten - 6th School Dismissal - 6 pm Ahlstrand Fieldhouse Hanover Highlands, Horizon, Laurel Hill, Ontarioville, Parkwood, and Anne Fox Greenbrook Elementary School Greenbrook Elementary School

ASC’s fun and talented staff will provide your children with activities, arts & crafts, sports, board games and more both indoors and outdoors (weather permitting). There will be an allotted homework time in a quiet environment on a daily basis. Snacks and juice will be provided. Parents, choose the days of the week you want your child to attend.

Ahlstrand Fieldhouse location

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There is a computer lab located at this for use during homework time and for activities. Participants will be transported from their schools to Ahlstrand Fieldhouse by the Park District’s vans.

Greenbrook Elementary School location Participants who are enrolled at Greenbrook Elementary School will come straight to the ASC room (multipurpose room) located in the school.

Ahlstrand Fieldhouse Program #

Day

Monthly Fee

Second Child Fee

602200-01 602200-02 602200-03 602200-04 602200-05

1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days

$44 $85 $126 $167 $208

$40 $77 $114 $151 $188

Greenbrook School Program #

Day

Monthly Fee

Second Child Fee

602200-06 602200-07 602200-08 602200-09 602200-10

1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days

$44 $85 $126 $167 $208

$40 $77 $114 $151 $188

Before & After School Club (BASC) Information Days Off A monthly calendar is sent home at the beginning of each month listing the days that the program is not in session. BASC does not run on days when school is not in session. If the school closes due to inclement weather the BASC will be closed. For late start days, BSC will not be in session. For early dismissal, ASC will not be in session.

Registration Information Registration must be completed at the park district office. Phone-in registration will not be accepted. A parent handbook will be given out at the time of registration. Included in the handbook is an Emergency Release Form. This form is due on the first day of BASC.

Payment Information Tuition is based on the total number of days school is actually in session per year. Fees are divided into 9 equal payments for the school year and will not be lower for those months that have fewer attendance days due to holidays (i.e. winter and spring break). Participants are not charged for holidays and days off from school. A $15 non-resident fee will be charged at the time of registration when applicable.


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OIL PAINTING BASICS

YOUNG REMBRANDTS

This class is designed for the young student who has a special interest in art, but beginners are welcome, too. Instructor Kiran Zaidi will guide you through the fundamentals of oil painting on canvas. You’ll explore color mixing, paint application techniques, and basic composition. Most materials supplied. Please wear old clothes or a painting shirt.

ALL NEW LESSONS EVERY SESSION! Young Rembrandts classes combine what children need to learn and practice with what they love and want to draw! Lessons are designed to match the abilities and interests of different age groups. Students take home a ready-to-display project each week. All materials supplied.

Day: Location: Instructor:

Elementary Drawing

Saturdays (6 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Kiran Zaidi

Session

Program

Dates

Age

Winter Spring

305193-01 405193-01

1/15 – 2/12 3/5 – 4/9

9-12 9-12

Time

Fee

10:45 am - 12 pm $42 ($57 nr) 10:45 am - 12 pm $42 ($57 nr)

CRAFTAPALOOZA New crafts each week. You’ll work with wood, paint, beads, mosaic tiles, 3-D materials and more. Making crafts is not only fun, but also boosts creativity and motor skills. Thanks to a generous donation of craft supplies, this class is an excellent value. Day: Location: Instructor:

Saturdays (6 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Kiran Zaidi

Session

Program

Dates

Age

Winter Spring

305192-01 405192-01

1/15 – 2/12 3/5 – 4/9

5-8 5-8

Time

Fee

9:30-10:30 am $35 ($50 nr) 9:30-10:30 am $35 ($50 nr)

Think of all the things you can do with paper: cut, color, collage, stamp, glue, fasten, and most important---CREATE. Moms and kids will enjoy this 3-week idea-packed class designed to show the amazing possibilities in a humble piece of paper. You’ll produce note cards, gift bags, and one-ofa-kind stamped projects, and go home with lots of plans for future projects. Mondays (3 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Carolyn Rowe

Session Program # Dates Winter

Age

Time

Day: Location: Instructor:

Wednesdays (4 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Young Rembrandts staff

Session

Program #

Dates

Age

Time

Fee

Winter Spring I Spring II

305020-01 405020-01 405020-02

1/19 – 2/9 3/2 – 3/23 4/6 – 4/27

6-12 6-12 6-12

5-6 pm 5-6 pm 5-6 pm

$36 ($51 nr) $36 ($51 nr) $36 ($51 nr)

STAMP-O-RAMA

MOM and ME PAPER CRAFTS

Day: Location: Instructor:

Young Rembrandts’ innovative, step-by-step method can teach any child to draw, regardless of “artistic ability.” New subject matter each week: animals, landscapes, still life, even art history. Classes feature a positive nurturing environment resulting in increased skill and self-confidence.

Fee

305191-01 1/10 – 1/24 5-9/adult 5:30-6:30 pm $26 ($39 nr) couple $13 extra child

Exercise your imagination as you experiment with a variety of stamps and collage elements like stickers, paper, and 3-D elements. Discover how stamping can add to drawing, and even learn to create “drawings without drawing”! Instructor Carolyn Rowe will show you plenty of tricks to enhance your art-making skills and your creativity. Day: Location: Instructor:

Mondays (3 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Carolyn Rowe

Session

Program

Dates

Age

Time

Fee

Spring

405194-01

4/4 – 4/18

5-9

5:30-6:30 pm

$26 ($39 nr)


YOUTH ARTS & MUSIC

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GUITAR CLASSES By Guitar FUN-damentals Guitar FUN-damentals provides high quality instruction in a friendly format that stresses fun as well as learning. Onehour small group classes insure plenty of personal attention in an energetic atmosphere. Bring your own guitar, acoustic or electric.

Beginning Guitar 1 Students learn basic chords, sight-reading, and songs. Onetime book fee of $16.25 is payable to instructor at first class. (Make check payable to Guitar FUN-damentals.) Day: Location: Instructor:

Tuesdays (8 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Guitar FUN-damentals staff

Session Program Winter Spring

302524-01 402524-01

Date

Age

Time

Fee

1/11– 3/1 3/22 – 5/10

7-12 7-12

5:30 – 6:30 pm 5:30 – 6:30 pm

$128 ($143 nr) $128 ($143 nr)

Beginning Guitar 2

DRUM LESSONS For children and adults, beginners and experienced drummers! You'll learn Jazz, Rock, Blues, Funk, and Latin Funk drum techniques during private half-hour lessons on a professional drum set. Instructor Verne Duddles creates a comfortable and inspiring atmosphere to maximize each student's progress. Please bring a set of drum sticks to class (price is $6-$12), available at any good music store. Recommended drumsticks: Size 7A for children, 5A for adults.

For students who have taken Beginning Guitar 1. Beginning Guitar 2 continues to build on skills learned in Beginning Guitar 1, more advanced chords, sight-reading, and songs. One-time book fee of $16.25 is payable to instructor at first class. (Make check payable to Guitar FUN-damentals.)

Note to continuing students: Early registration for continuing students will be November 15-20 to reserve preferred time in the Winter and Spring sessions. Please understand that your preferred time may not be available after these dates if you do not take advantage of early registration.

Day: Location: Instructor:

Day: Location: Instructor: Times:

Tuesdays (8 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Guitar FUN-damentals staff

Session Program Winter Spring

Date

302524-02 1/11– 3/1 402524-02 3/22 – 5/10

Age

Time

Fee

7-12 7-12

6:30 – 7:30 pm 6:30 – 7:30 pm

$128 ($143 nr) $128 ($143 nr)

Guitar Boot Camp 1 NOW FOR ADULTS, TOO! Covers basic chords, scales, strumming patterns, and some basic music theory to get students playing quickly. Emphasis is on learning chord sequences so the student can play some popular songs right away. One-time book fee of $16.25 is payable to instructor at first class. (Make check payable to Guitar FUN-damentals.) Day: Location: Instructor:

Tuesdays (8 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Guitar FUN-damentals staff

Session Program Winter Spring

Date

302524-03 1/11– 3/1 402524-03 3/22 – 5/10

Age

Time

Fee

13+ 13+

7:30 – 8:30 pm 7:30 – 8:30 pm

$128 ($143 nr) $128 ($143 nr)

Susan Matthews, Arts Coordinator For more info regarding Youth Dance, Art and Music programs contact Susan at (630) 837-2468 (ext. 132) or s.matthews@hpparks.org

Thursdays (6 weeks) Community Center Board Room Verne Duddles 5:45, 6:15, 6:45, 7:15, 7:45, 8:15, 8:45, or 9:15 pm

Session

Program

Date

Age

Fee

Winter Spring I Spring II

302523-01 to -08 412523-01 to -08 422524-01 to -08

1/13 - 2/17 3/3 – 4/7 4/21 – 5/26

8-adult 8-adult 8-adult

$107 ($122 nr) $107 ($122 nr) $107 ($122 nr)

BEGINNING PIANO LESSONS Here’s your opportunity to learn to play the piano. Beginning classes for children are offered on Mondays beginning January 10 (Winter) and April 4 (Spring) in conjunction with A&A Music Academy at 27W281 Devon Ave. (Ontarioville Rd.) in Hanover Park. Basic skills, music reading and counting will be taught. Because we are able to add additional classes as needed, you may register even if the original class is full. A book fee of $10 payable to A&A Music is due on the first day of class. Call 630-837-7484 if you need driving directions. Day: Location: Instructor:

Mondays (10 weeks) A&A Music Academy, 27W281 Devon Ave., Hanover Park A&A staff

Session

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Winter

302522-01 302522-02

1/10 - 3/14 1/10 - 3/14

6-7 8-9

5–5:45 pm 6-6:45 pm

$135 ($150 nr) $135 ($150 nr)

Spring

402522-01 402522-02

4/4 – 6/6 4/4 – 6/6

6-7 8-9

5–5:45 pm 6-6:45 pm

$135 ($150 nr) $135 ($150 nr)

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GOLDEN LION ACADEMY TAE KWON DO Participants train in combinations of Tae Kwon Do (blocking, punching and kicking) Hapkido (wrist locks), and Judo (throws) techniques. The physical conditioning increases coordination, strength, concentration and discipline. All students are eligible to try for promotional advancement through the various colored belts. *Instructor approval required for advanced classes. Days: Dates:

Location: Age: Instructor:

Tuesday Winter 1/4 - 2/22 (8 weeks) Spring I 3/8 – 4/12 (6 weeks) Spring II 4/19 – 5/31 (7 weeks) (no classes 4/23 & 5/28) Community Center - Activity Room A 6-Adult Jeff Rose, 3rd degree black belt

Tuesday

Saturday Winter 1/8 – 2/26 (8 weeks) Spring I 3/5 – 4/9 (6 weeks) Spring II 4/16 – 6/4 (6 weeks)

Saturday

Program #

Date

Level

Time

Fee

306900-01 306900-02* 406900-01 406900-02* 406900-03 406900-04*

1/4-2/22 1/4-2/22 3/8-4/12 3/8-4/12 4/19-5/31 4/19-5/31

Beg Adv Beg Adv Beg Adv

6 - 7:30 pm 7:30 - 8:30 pm 6 - 7:30 pm 7:30 - 8:30 pm 6 - 7:30 pm 7:30 - 8:30 pm

$48 ($63 nr) $40 ($55 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $35 ($50 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $35 ($50 nr)

Program # 306900-03 406900-05 406900-06

Date

Level

Time

Fee

1/8-2/26 3/5-4/9 4/16-6/4

Beg/Adv Beg/Adv Beg/Adv

10:30 - 12 pm 10:30 - 12 pm 10:30 - 12 pm

$48 ($63 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr)

YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUES-INTER VILLAGE These youth leagues will provide a healthy recreation environment where a child can have fun while developing physical skills and emotional maturity. Participants will play in organized leagues with quality volunteer coaching in the basic fundamentals, as well as creating a positive experience for each participant encouraging a lifetime involvement in soccer. Levels include U10 (3rd/4th grade), U12 (5th/6th grade) and U14 (7th/8th grade). Teams play against teams from Bartlett, Carol Stream, Elgin, Medinah, Bloomingdale, and Streamwood Park Districts. Each team will practice during the week and play games on Saturdays. Players are registered based on player’s grade for the 2010/2011 school year. Volunteer coaches are always needed at all grade levels. Coach training and certification is available through the Hanover Park Park District.

Practice Begins: Games Begin/End: No Game: Online Registration Fee: Registration Fee:

Program # 403100-01 403100-02 403100-03

Week of 3/28 4/16 - 6/11 Memorial Day Weekend $70 ($85 nr) $80 ($95 nr)

Team U10 (3rd/4th gr.) U12 (5th/6th gr.) U14 (7th/8th gr.)


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SHOTOKAN KARATE YOUTH Karate skills put children in touch with their bodies and help build coordination, agility, strength, and poise, as well as personal safety techniques in a well-supervised setting. The confidence gained through karate fosters a strong positive self-image. Karate builds self-confidence, control and discipline, increasing students’ academic performance and socialization. Class:

PK=Pre-Karate

YK=Youth Karate

Winter Spring

1/4 – 3/22 (12 weeks) 3/29 – 6/7 (11 weeks)

Tuesday Dates:

Program # 303510-01 303510-02 303510-03 303510-04 303510-05 403510-01 403510-02 403510-03 403510-04 403510-05

Date

Class

Level

Age

Time

Fee

1/4 - 3/22 1/4- 3/22 1/4- 3/22 1/4 - 3/22 1/4 - 3/22 3/29 – 6/7 3/29 – 6/7 3/29 – 6/7 3/29 – 6/7 3/29 – 6/7

PK PK YK YK YK PK PK YK YK YK

Beg./Cont. Int./Adv. (Striped +) Beg./Cont. (White) Novice (Red-Blue) Int./Adv. (Green +) Beg./Cont. Int./Adv. (Striped +) Beg./Cont. (White) Novice (Red-Blue) Int./Adv. (Green +)

5-7 5-7 7 - 14 7 - 14 7 - 14 5-7 5-7 7 - 14 7 - 14 7 - 14

4 – 4:45 pm 4:50 – 5:35 pm 5:40 – 6:30 pm 6:30 – 7:25 pm 7:30 – 8:30 pm 4 – 4:45 pm 4:50 – 5:35 pm 5:40 – 6:30 pm 6:30 – 7:25 pm 7:30 – 8:30 pm

$104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr)

Wednesday Dates:

Program # 303510-06 303510-07 303510-08 303510-09 303510-10 403510-06 403510-07 403510-08 403510-09 403510-10

Location: Winter Spring

1/5 – 3/23 (12 weeks) 4/6 – 6/15 (11 weeks)

Program # 303510-11 303510-12 303510-13 303510-14 303510-15 303510-16 403510-11 403510-12 403510-13 403510-14 403510-15 403510-16

Hanover Park Park District Community Center 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park

Date

Class

Level

Age

Time

Fee

1/5 – 3/23 1/5 – 3/23 1/5 – 3/23 1/5 – 3/23 1/5 – 3/23 4/6 – 6/15 4/6 – 6/15 4/6 – 6/15 4/6 – 6/15 4/6 – 6/15

PK PK YK YK YK PK PK YK YK YK

Beg./Cont. Int./Adv. (2+ prior sess) Beg./Cont. (White-Orng) Int. (Yellow-Green) Adv. (Purple +) Beg./Cont. Int./Adv. (2+ prior sess) Beg./Cont. (White-Orng) Int. (Yellow-Green) Adv. (Purple +)

5-7 5-7 7 - 14 7 - 14 7 - 14 5-7 5-7 7 - 14 7 - 14 7 - 14

4 – 4:45 pm 4:50 – 5:35 pm 5:40 – 6:35 pm 6:35 – 7:30 pm 7:35 – 8:35 pm 4 – 4:45 pm 4:50 – 5:35 pm 5:40 – 6:35 pm 6:35 – 7:30 pm 7:35 – 8:35 pm

$104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr)

Location:

Bartlett Park District Donald H. Schrade Gym 696 Stearns Road, Bartlett

Saturday Dates:

PC=Parent/Child Location: Schaumburg Park District Community Recreation Center 505 N. Springinsguth, Schaumburg

Winter Spring

1/8 – 3/26 (12 weeks) 4/2 – 6/11 (11 weeks)

Date

Class

Level

Age

Time

Fee

1/8 – 3/26 1/8 – 3/26 1/8 – 3/26 1/8 – 3/26 1/8 – 3/26 1/8 – 3/26 4/2 – 6/11 4/2 – 6/11 4/2 – 6/11 4/2 – 6/11 4/2 – 6/11 4/2 – 6/11

PK PK YK YK PC PC PK PK YK YK PC PC

Beg./Cont. Int. (3+ prior sess) Beg./Cont. (White-Yllw) Int. (Blue +) Beg./Cont. (White-Yllw) Int./Adv. (Blue +) Beg./Cont. Int. (3+ prior sess) Beg./Cont. (White-Yllw) Int. (Blue +) Beg./Cont. (White-Yllw) Int./Adv. (Blue +)

5-7 5-7 8 - 14 8 - 14 Child 8+ Child 8+ 5-7 5-7 8 - 14 8 - 14 Child 8+ Child 8+

2:45 – 3:30 pm 3:40 – 4:25 pm 4:30 – 5:30 pm 5:30 – 6:30 pm 4:30 – 5:30 pm 5:30 – 6:30 pm 2:45 – 3:30 pm 3:40 – 4:25 pm 4:30 – 5:30 pm 5:30 – 6:30 pm 4:30 – 5:30 pm 5:30 – 6:30 pm

$104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr)

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HORSEMANSHIP You’ll learn to ride the walk, the canter, the trot, and how to handle, groom, and saddle horses. English Hunt Seat riding will also be covered. Days: Location:

Saturday (6 weeks) Dunham Woods Farm, Inc - Wayne, IL

Session Program # Winter Spring

SMALL SHOTS INSTRUCTIONAL BASKETBALL

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This instructional basketball program is open to boys and girls currently in K-2nd grades. Skill development, coordination and sportsmanship are stressed. The first two weeks of the season, players will participate in Skills & Drills for the entire hour. Starting the third week, the hour is divided into a 30 minute practice and a 30 minute game. During game times, players are matched against players of same size, ability and grade as best as possible. Volunteer coaches are always needed. Participants receive a T-shirt and participation award. Day: Date: Location: Registration Fee:

Saturday 1/15 – 3/19 (10 weeks) Community Center Gym $65 ($80 nr)

Program #

Grade

Time

303330-01

K - 2nd

9 - 10 am

302510-01 402510-01

Dates

Age

2/5 – 3/12 4/16 – 5/21

10+ 10+

Time

Fee

1:30 – 2:30 pm $125 ($140 nr) 1:30 – 2:30 pm $125 ($140 nr)

CRICKET FUNDAMENTALS 101 This introductory course caters to enthusiastic children ranging from 5 to 15 years of age. It is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the game of Cricket, the techniques and intricacies involved in the art of batting, bowling, fielding, catching, and running between the wickets. Also emphasized is the development of motor skills, team spirit, communication, leadership and discipline. Instructors: Midwest Cricket Academy. Days: Location:

Sunday Community Center Gym

Session Program # Winter Spring I Spring II

303140-01 403140-01 403140-02

Dates

Age

Time

Fee

1/9 – 2/27 (8 weeks) 3/6 – 4/17 (7 weeks) 5/1 – 6/5 (6 weeks)

5-15 5-15 5-15

9:30 – 11:30 am 9:30 – 11:30 am 9:30 – 11:30 am

$76 $66 $56

GYMKHANA GYMNASTICS YOUTH Children develop body awareness, control, balance, flexibility and strength. These challenging classes use all the muscles in the body and require a great deal of concentration. Children should wear socks with a T-shirt and shorts or leotard. Gym I: Gym II: *Gym III: Location:

Development of strength, balance & coordination and basic apparatus skills are introduced. Students possessing basic gymnastics skills ready to for more challenging skills such as handstands and round-offs. Further advancement of skills like handsprings and walkovers. (*Instructor’s approval required) Gymkhana 1700 Tower Dr., Hanover Park

Winter (8 weeks) Program # 303210-04 303210-05 303210-06

Date

Level

Age

Day

Time

Fee

1/11 – 3/1 1/11 – 3/1 1/10 – 2/28

Gym I Gym II *Gym III

6-11 6-13 8-16

Tue Tue Mon

4 - 5 pm 5 - 6 pm 4:30 - 6 pm

$52 ($67 nr) $52 ($67 nr) $68 ($83 nr)

Date

Level

Age

Day

Time

Fee

3/8 – 4/12 3/8 – 4/12 3/7 – 4/11

Gym I Gym II *Gym III

6-11 6-13 8-16

Tue Tue Mon

4 - 5 pm 5 - 6 pm 4:30 - 6 pm

$39 ($54 nr) $39 ($54 nr) $51 ($66 nr)

Date

Level

Age

Day

Time

Fee

4/19 – 5/24 4/19 – 5/24 4/18 – 5/23

Gym I Gym II *Gym III

6-11 6-13 8-16

Tue Tue Mon

4 - 5 pm 5 - 6 pm 4:30 - 6 pm

$39 ($54 nr) $39 ($54 nr) $51 ($66 nr)

Spring I (6 weeks) Program # 403210-07 403210-08 403210-09

Spring II (6 weeks) Program # 403210-10 403210-11 403210-12


YOUTH SPORTS

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BOXING ACADEMY Participants will develop self-confidence and self-respect in a safe and fun environment. Instructors will teach how to perform better and get that competitive edge. Learn how to wrap hands like a boxer, stance and footwork techniques, defensive maneuvers, rhythm, coordination, nutrition, punch/counter punch combinations and self-defense techniques. Mouth guards & hand wraps are strongly recommended. All items are available for purchase at the Park District front desk. No boxing experience needed. Days: Age: Location:

Saturday 8+ Community Center-Activity Room C (No class on 4/23 and 5/28)

Session

Program #

Dates

Level

Time

Fee

Winter Winter Spring I Spring I Spring II Spring II

303700-01 303700-02 403700-01 403700-02 403700-03 403700-04

1/8 – 2/26 (8 weeks) 1/8 – 2/26 (8 weeks) 3/5 – 4/9 (6 weeks) 3/5 – 4/9 (6 weeks) 4/16 – 6/4 (6 weeks) 4/16 – 6/4 (6 weeks)

Beginner Advanced Beginner Advanced Beginner Advanced

12 – 1 pm 1 – 2:30 pm 12 – 1 pm 1 – 2:30 pm 12 – 1 pm 1 – 2:30 pm

$40 ($55 nr) $48 $63 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $36 ($51 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $36 ($51 nr)

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ARCHERY Join Ken Walther, National Archery Association Level III Coach, to learn the exciting sport of archery. This includes safety, shooting, and equipment. Parents are encouraged to register and participate with their child. All equipment will be provided. Sessions are 4 weeks long. Days: Location:

Thursday (4 weeks) Simkus Recreation Center 849 W.Lies Rd. Carol Stream

Program Session 303535-01 303535-02 303535-03 303535-04 403535-01 403535-02

Winter Winter Winter Winter Spring Spring

Dates

Age

12/2 – 12/23 1/6 – 1/27 2/3 – 2/24 3/3 – 3/24 4/7 – 4/28 5/5 – 5/26

8+ 8+ 8+ 8+ 8+ 8+

Time

Fee

6:30 – 7:30 pm $49 ($64 nr) 6:30 – 7:30 pm $52 ($67 nr) 6:30 – 7:30 pm $52 ($67 nr) 6:30 – 7:30 pm $52 ($67 nr) 6:30 – 7:30 pm $52 ($67 nr) 6:30 – 7:30 pm $52 ($67 nr)

GOLF LESSONS YOUTH These 6 PGA-instructed sessions offer the “Know how” and proper “Hands-on” techniques for providing the beginning golfer a basic understanding of the game. Don’t worry if you’ve never held a club before or been embarrassed when you did. Learning the application of grip, stance arrangement plus drills for your golf swing is the main agenda. Fee includes range balls. Days: Location:

Instructor:

Tuesday and Thursday (6 classes) Green Valley Driving Range 26W101 Lake Street, Hanover Park (630) 289-6600 Bill Parisi

Session

Program #

Date

Age

Times

Fee

Spring I Spring II

403520-01 403520-02

4/19-5/5 5/10-5/26

8-16 8-16

5-6 pm 5-6 pm

$100 ($115 nr) $100 ($115 nr)

Kyle Thomas, Athletic Supervisor For more info regarding Youth and Adult Sports contact Kyle at (630) 837-2468 (ext. 118) or k.thomas@hpparks.org


YOUTH SPORTS

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GIRLS BASKETBALL LEAGUES INTER VILLAGE These instructional leagues will introduce your child to the basic fundamentals of basketball. Players will receive instruction from volunteer coaches in dribbling, passing, shooting, as well as learn the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship. Practice location, day and time are determined by the volunteer coach and facility availability. Teams will be formed based at the 3rd/4th, 5th/6th, and 7th/8th grade levels. If there are enough players at individual grade levels, the grades will be divided. All teams will be formed by a draft system. No other requests will be accepted after the draft. The head coach and assistant coach may protect their child (keep them on the same team). After November 6, registration will only be accepted depending on team availability. Location:

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Community Center Gym Player Evaluations (if needed) Thursday, November 11 7 - 8:30 pm

All Grades:

Program # Division On-Line Registration Registration Fee 303310-01 303310-02 303310-03

BOYS BASKETBALL LEAGUES IN-HOUSE These instructional leagues will introduce your child to the basic fundamentals of basketball. Players will receive instruction from volunteer coaches in dribbling, passing, shooting, as well as learn the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship. Practice location, day and time are determined by the volunteer coach and facility availability. Teams will be formed based at the 3rd/4th, 5th/6th, and 7th/8th grade levels. If there are enough players at individual grade levels, the grades will be divided. All teams will be formed by a draft system. No other requests will be accepted after the draft. The head coach and assistant coach may protect their child (keep them on the same team). After Saturday, November 6, registration will only be accepted depending on team availability. Location:

Community Center Gym

Player Evaluations and Boys Coaches Meeting: 3rd/4th Grade: Tuesday November 9 7 - 8:30 pm 5th/6th Grade: Tuesday November 16 7 - 8:30 pm 7th/8th Grade: Tuesday November 23 7 - 8:30 pm Practices Begin: Week of December 6 Games Begin: Saturday, January 8 Regular Season Ends: Saturday, March 5 Tournament Begins: Saturday, March 12

Program # Division On-Line Registration Registration Fee 303300-01 303300-02 303300-03

3rd/4th Grade 5th/6th Grade 7th/8th Grade

$75 ($90 nr) $85 ($100 nr) $85 ($100 nr)

$85 ($100 nr) $95 ($110 nr) $95 ($110 nr)

3rd/4th Grade 5th/6th Grade 7th/8th Grade

$75 ($90 nr) $85 ($100 nr) $85 ($100 nr)

$85 ($100 nr) $95 ($110 nr) $95 ($110 nr)


TEENS Hanover Park Park District | 630.837.2468 | hpparks.org Scavenger Hunt

Holiday Cookie Party!

Meet us at Heritage Park for an outdoor scavenger hunt! After the hunt, we’ll have lunch (that is provided) and play basketball games, bags, and tennis. Don’t forget your water bottle and sunscreen. If it rains, we will head to the park district for a day at the gym.

Have an awesome time at our Cookie Party! We will make and decorate cookies. Afterwards we will party. A pizza dinner will be part of the fun.

Day: Location:

Session Program #

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Winter

12/20

10 – 14

6 – 8 pm

$12 ($18 nr)

Session Spring Spring

Monday Heritage Park

Program #

Date

Age

Time

Fee

404002-01 404002-02

3/21 3/28

10 – 14 10 – 14

10 am - 1 pm 10 am - 1 pm

$16 ($24 nr) $16 ($24 nr)

Be a Leader! Want to be a coach, a camp counselor or even a teacher one day? Then this class is for you. During this class, you will learn how to work with younger children, participate in team building games and learn how to look for a job. Day: Location:

Session Winter Winter

Date

Age

204000-04 11/29 – 12/20 11 -16 304002-01 2/21 – 3/14 11 -16

Time

Fee

7 – 8 pm 7 – 8 pm

$34 ($49 nr) $34 ($49 nr)

Monday Community Center Dance Studio & Kitchen 304004-04

Contest Mania Have a great time on your school break! You will compete in different contests and then have a pizza lunch. Contests will include activities like paper airplanes, rock paper scissors, and relay races. Day: Location:

Session

Monday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Program #

Day: Location:

Winter Spring Spring

Thursday Community Center Gym

Program #

Date

Age

Time

Fee

304005-01 404003-01 404003-02

12/23 3/24 3/31

10 – 14 10 – 14 10 – 14

10 am - 1 pm 10 am - 1 pm 10 am - 1 pm

$16 ($24 nr) $16 ($24 nr) $16 ($24 nr)

Babysitting Skills

Bring in your unwanted clothes or other fabrics and turn them into something new! We will create purses, bags, or pillows.

Take this class to become a better babysitter. Learn emergency procedures, proper child care, game and craft ideas, and more. Each participant receives certification for completing the class at the end of the session. This is not a CPR/1st Aid certification program.

Day: Location:

Days: Location:

Green Designs

Monday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Session Program # Winter

304003-01

Date

Age

Time

Fee

2/7

11 - 15

7 – 8:30 pm

$10 ($15 nr)

Session Winter Spring

Thursdays Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Program #

Date

Age

Time

Fee

304001-01 404001-01

1/11 – 1/25 3/1 – 3/15

16 16

6 – 7:30 pm 6 – 7:30 pm

$26 ($39 nr) $26 ($39 nr)

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COMPUTERS Hanover Park Park District | 630.837.2468 | hpparks.org

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Open Lab Hours

Quick Fixes & Computer Tips

The computer lab is a cooperative project with School District 211. The lab has 15 computers, 4 of the computers have CD-R drives, and three printers. There is on-site lab supervision during open hours. We offer free open lab hours to the public to use as a resource for homework, job searches, work –related projects, and internet.

Windows has many built in tools to keep a computer running smoothly and to troubleshoot and fix computer problems. Most people just don’t know about them. You will learn tools for cleaning up, backing up and maintaining files; updating software programs, troubleshooting hardware/software problems, what to do if your computer won’t start normally, how to work in Safe Mode, and more!

Before using the Hanover Park Park District’s computer lab, the participant and parent must read and sign the waiver. Dates: Hours: Location:

October 2010 – May 2011 Monday Tuesday Wednesday 6 – 8 pm 6 – 8 pm 6 – 8 pm 6900 Catalpa, Hanover Park, IL 60133

Winter

Winter

Tuesday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Day: Location:

202305-02

Age 18+

Time

Fee

6 – 7:30 pm $64 ($79 nr)

Wednesday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Session Program # Winter Winter

Date 11/30 – 12/14

302306-01 302306-02

Date

Age

Time

Fee

2/23 – 3/9 2/23 – 3/9

18+ 18+

1 – 2:30 pm 6 – 7:30 pm

$64 ($79 nr) $64 ($79 nr)

Check out fun and creative computer classes for your little one in the Early Childhood Section!

302306-04

Date

Age

2/17

18+

Time

Fee

12:30 – 2 pm $20 ($30 nr)

Digital Photo Fun

This class will introduce students to the basic components of a computer system. Students will learn how to work in the Windows environment and learn about the Start Menu; Taskbar; Programs; My Computer; Folders & Files; keyboard features and moving through text; editing; saving and opening documents; backing up files & folders; downloading and sending Email attachments.

Session Program #

Thursday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Session Program #

Computer Basics

Day: Location:

Day: Location:

Students will learn how to import photos from his/her digital camera (need to bring USB cord) or photo CD into a free software program that they can use at home. Then they will organize their photos into an album and learn tools to edit photos, add text & special effects, and create photo collages. Students will learn about the Windows My Picture folder and how to copy photos to a CD. Each student will take home a CD containing a copy of their edited photo album and a slideshow. CD plays in Windows Media Player. (If bringing a camera, bring photos on a CD also). Day: Location:

Tuesday Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

Session Program #

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Winter Spring

1/4 3/18

18+ 18+

6 – 8 pm 1 – 3 pm

$33 ($48 nr) $33 ($48 nr)

302306-03 402306-01


ADULT ARTS & GENERAL Hanover Park Park District | 630.837.2468 | hpparks.org Painting Studio

Painting for the Person Who Can't Paint

For all ability levels. Beginners learn the basics of applying oil or acrylic paint, how to buy art supplies, how to mix colors, and how to compose a painting. Experienced students will develop individual interests and receive feedback. This is a low-stress class designed to get you started if you’ve always wanted to paint, or back into painting regularly if you gave it up. Please register by Saturday, January 15 for Winter session and Saturday, March 19 for Spring session.

Maybe you have never touched an artist’s paintbrush in your life. Great! This Thursday evening Spring course meeting March 10 through April 14 will start at the very beginning. Come empty-handed to the first class to experience for yourself the difference between oils and acrylics, allowing you to choose the medium you like best. With a simple supply list, you’ll shop for materials to bring to the second class when you’ll start learning fundamentals. After that, you’ll be guided through a set of enlightening exercises designed to introduce the creativity and fun of painting. Happiness studies show that “making something” is a good way to boost contentment. Bring a friend for extra fun. Questions in advance? Contact instructor Susan Matthews at 630-8372468, or email s.matthews@hpparks.org. Please register by Tuesday, March 8.

Day: Location: Instructor:

Tuesdays (6 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Susan Matthews

Session Program Winter Spring

305251-01 405251-01

Date 1/18– 2/22 3/22 – 4/26

Age

Time

Fee

18+ 10:30 am-12:30 pm $31 ($46 nr) 18+ 10:30 am-12:30 pm $31 ($46 nr)

Drawing for the Person Who Can't Draw No need to be “scared” of taking a drawing class! Ingenious exercises will help you “see as artists see,” and learn to draw realistically in a low stress, fun environment beginning January 20 through February 24. The emphasis is on process, not product. You will learn to activate the part of your brain that helps you perceive and record what you’re looking at. All materials supplied. Questions in advance? Contact instructor Susan Matthews at 630-837-2468, or email s.matthews@hpparks.org. Please register by Tuesday, January 18. Day: Location: Instructor:

Thursdays (6 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Susan Matthews

Session Program Winter

305252-01

Date

Age

Time

Fee

1/20– 2/24

18+

7 – 9 pm

$38 ($53 nr)

Day: Location: Instructor:

Thursdays (6 weeks) Community Center Art Studio Susan Matthews

Session Program Spring

405252-01

Date

Age

Time

Fee

3/10– 4/14

18+

7 – 9 pm

$38 ($53 nr)

People Training for Dogs Don’t let your dog take you for a walk. Begin a program to make your dog your best friend again! Our “pawsitive” reinforcement and proven dog handling techniques will produce a well informed handler and dog. The first class is held without your dog. Dogs are required to be up to date on immunizations (rabies, parvo and distemper) and a negative stool sample checked two weeks prior to the first class and documented by your veterinarian. For more information visit www.r-solid.com Instructor: Roc Solid Obedience Days: Location: Age:

Mondays Community Center Room A Dogs: 4 months, Humans 12+

Session

Program #

Date

Time

Fee

Winter Spring

306000-01 406000-01

2/14 – 3/21 4/4 – 5/9

7:30 – 9 pm 7:30 – 9 pm

$75 ($90 nr) $75 ($90 nr)

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ADULT ARTS & GENERAL

Hanover Park Park District | 630.837.2468 | hpparks.org

Splendid Ballroom Discover the wonderful world of ballroom dancing. Improve your skills, learn new steps, and how to lead and follow in this introductory/refresher session. You will have fun learning the sophisticated Waltz, Cha Cha, Foxtrot, romantic Rhumba, and Tango. Join us for these enjoyable dances that are simply timeless. Couples are recommended, but not necessary. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Couples will not rotate partners. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Day: Location:

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Instructor:

Tuesdays (6 weeks) Streamwood Park District Community Ctr. 777 Bartlett Rd., Streamwood Dance Techs staff

Session

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Winter

305500-01

1/11– 2/15

16+

7:30-9 pm

$54 ($69 nr)

A Taste of Wedding and Social Dancing This is the perfect class for anyone with any type of upcoming social engagement. You will be prepared to dance to any type of music….live rock band, Top 40, Latin, or Big Band. This class introduces the Waltz, Cha Cha, and Swing. You’ll also learn slow dancing and how to move to the groove. Couples are recommended, but not necessary. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Couples will not rotate partners. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Day: Location: Instructor:

Tuesdays (6 weeks) Streamwood Park District Community Ctr. 777 Bartlett Rd., Streamwood Dance Techs staff

Session

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Spring

405500-01

4/5 – 5/10

16+

7:30-9 pm

$54 ($69 nr)

Belly Dancing Basics Belly dancing is for ALL women! All ages, sizes, and fitness levels are welcomed. Classes focus on executing fundamental movements and combinations, improving balance and flexibility, learning musicality, and discovering different styles. Belly dancing is so much fun, it doesn’t even feel like exercise, but it’s a great, low-impact way to incinerate calories! It’s so safe that FIT PREGNANCY lists it in their top 5 workouts for expecting mothers! Build self-esteem, release stress, and make new friends. No prior dance experience is necessary. Attire: Yoga pants and tank top. Bring a yoga mat if you have one. Please register by Monday, January 17 for the Winter session, and Monday, March 14 for the Spring session. Day: Location: Instructor:

Thursdays (6weeks) Community Center Dance Studio Robin Finnell

Session

Program

Date

Winter Spring

305253-01 405253-01

1/20 – 2/24 3/17 – 4/21

Age

Time

Adult Piano - “I Used to Play Piano” If you played piano as a child and would like to bring back those memories and continue learning, we have a fun music refresher class for you on Monday mornings starting January 10 (Winter) and April 4 (Spring). You will be amazed at how fast your skills come back when you start looking at the music again! Plus, studying music is one of the best ways to boost cognitive functioning at any age. Class size is limited, but we will make additional classes, so be sure to sign up even if the class is full. Bring your old music, if you have some, and we will supplement with some new material. A book fee of $14 (payable to A&A Music) is due at the first class. Call 630-837-7484 if you need driving directions. Day: Location: Instructor:

Session Winter Spring

Mondays (10 weeks) A&A Music Academy 27W281 Devon Ave., Hanover Park A&A staff

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

302521-01 402521-01

1/10– 3/14 4/4 – 6/6

18+ 18+

10 – 10:45am 10 – 10:45am

$135 ($150 nr) $135 ($150 nr)

Adult Piano - “I Always Wanted to Play Piano” Never had the chance to learn piano (or keyboard) as a child? Moms, dads, and seniors, this beginning class for adults is offered on Monday mornings starting January 10 (Winter) and April 4 (Spring) in conjunction with A&A Music Academy at 27W281 Devon Ave. (Ontarioville Rd.) in Hanover Park. You’ll learn all the basics and enjoy playing songs as you progress. Plus, studying music is one of the best ways to boost cognitive functioning at any age. Practice time is short, and will fit into any busy schedule. A book fee of $14 (payable to A&A Music) is due at the first class. Call 630837-7484 if you need driving directions. Day: Location: Instructor:

Mondays (10 weeks) A&A Music Academy 27W281 Devon Ave., Hanover Park A&A staff

Session

Program

Date

Age

Time

Fee

Winter Spring

302521-02 402521-02

1/10– 3/14 4/4 – 6/6

18+ 18+

11 – 11:45am 11 – 11:45am

$135 ($150 nr) $135 ($150 nr)

Gina Mastro-Strickler, Customer Relations Supervisor

Fee

16+ 7:30 - 8:30 pm $59 ($74 nr) 16+ 7:30 - 8:30 pm $59 ($74 nr)

For your customer service needs contact Gina at (630) 837-2468 (ext. 121) or g.mastro_strick@hpparks.org


ADULT SPORTS Hanover Park Park District | 630.837.2468 | hpparks.org

Open Basketball

Open Badminton

The Open Basketball program is supervised and open to individuals of High School age and older for recreational basketball play. The schedule runs from November 2010 thru April 2011. A photo ID is required for High School Rate. Good sportsmanship and fair play is the responsibility of each participant. All days/ times are subject to change due to park district programs, special events and facility rentals. (Watch for special holiday times!)

The Open Badminton program is supervised and open to individuals of High School age and older for recreational badminton play. Good sportsmanship and fair play is the responsibility of each participant. All days/ times are subject to change due to park district programs, special events and facility rentals. (Watch for special holiday times!)

Dates: Location: Age:

Days Fridays Sundays

November 2010 to April 2011 Community Center Gym High School & Older

Time

Age

Fee

6 - 9:30 pm Noon - 4 pm

College and up resident High School w/ High School ID

$4 $3

Days: Times: Location: Age: Fee:

Wednesdays and Sundays 7-9:30 pm 5-7:30 pm Community Center Gym High School & Older $6

Boxing Academy Participants will develop self-confidence and self-respect in a safe and fun environment. Instructors will teach how to perform better and get that competitive edge. Learn how to wrap hands like a boxer, stance and footwork techniques, defensive maneuvers, rhythm, coordination, nutrition, punch/counter punch combinations and self-defense techniques. Mouth guards & hand wraps are strongly recommended. All items are available for purchase at the Park District front desk. No boxing experience needed. Days: Age: Location:

Saturday 8+ Community Center-Activity Room C

Program #

Session

Dates

Level

Time

Fee

303700-01 303700-02 403700-01 403700-02 403700-03 403700-04

Winter Winter Spring I Spring I Spring II Spring II

1/8 – 2/26 (8 weeks) 1/8 – 2/26 (8 weeks) 3/5 – 4/9 (6 weeks) 3/5 – 4/9 (6 weeks) 4/16 – 6/4 (6 weeks) 4/16 – 6/4 (6 weeks)

Beginner Advanced Beginner Advanced Beginner Advanced

12 – 1 pm 1 – 2:30 pm 12 – 1 pm 1 – 2:30 pm 12 – 1 pm 1 – 2:30 pm

$40 ($55 nr) $48 $63 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $36 ($51 nr) $30 ($45 nr) $36 ($51 nr)

(No class 4/23 and 5/28)

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ADULT SPORTS Golden Lion Academy Tae Kwon Do Participants train in combinations of Tae Kwon Do (blocking, punching and kicking) Hapkido (wrist locks), and Judo (throws) techniques. The physical conditioning increases coordination, strength, concentration and discipline. All students are eligible to try for promotional advancement through the various colored belts. *Instructor approval required for advanced classes. Days: Dates:

Location: Age: Instructor:

Tuesday Winter 1/4 - 2/2 (8 weeks) Spring I 3/1 – 4/12 (7 weeks) Spring II 4/19 – 5/31 (7 weeks) (no classes 4/23 & 5/28) Community Center - Activity Room A 6-Adult Jeff Rose, 3rd degree black belt

Saturday Winter Spring I Spring II

Tuesday

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1/8 – 2/26 (8 weeks) 3/5 – 4/9 (6 weeks) 4/16 – 6/4 (6 weeks)

Saturday

Program #

Date

Level

Time

Fee

Program #

306900-01 306900-02* 406900-01 406900-02* 406900-03 406900-04*

1/4-2/2 1/4-2/2 3/1-4/12 3/1-4/12 4/19-5/31 4/19-5/31

Beg Adv Beg Adv Beg Adv

6 - 7:30 pm 7:30 - 8:30 pm 6 - 7:30 pm 7:30 - 8:30 pm 6 - 7:30 pm 7:30 - 8:30 pm

$48 ($63 nr) $40 ($55 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $35 ($50 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $35 ($50 nr)

306900-03 406900-05 406900-06

Date

Level

Time

Fee

1/8-2/26 3/5-4/9 4/16-6/4

Beg/Adv Beg/Adv Beg/Adv

10:30 - 12 pm 10:30 - 12 pm 10:30 - 12 pm

$48 ($63 nr) $42 ($57 nr) $42 ($57 nr)

Shotokan Karate Adult Karate offers students a variety of benefits. Karate movements develop poise and agility while improving overall muscle tone. For the businessperson, the program is ideal for releasing tension and developing cardiovascular fitness. The single parents wishing to protect themselves and their families, the self-defense skills learned through karate are invaluable, as they can be applied in any situation. Dates:

Location:

Program #

Tuesday Winter 1/4 – 3/22 (12 weeks) Spring 3/29 – 6/7 (11 weeks) Schaumburg Park District Community Recreation Center, 505 N. Springinsguth, Schaumburg

Date

Level

Age

Time

Fee

306530-01 306530-02 406530-01 406530-02

1/4 - 3/22 1/4- 3/22 3/29 – 6/7 3/29 – 6/7

Beg./Cont. (White-Yellow) Int./Adv. (Blue +) Beg./Cont. (White-Yellow) Int./Adv. (Blue +)

15 + 15 + 15 + 15 +

8:35 - 9:35 pm 8:35 - 10 pm 8:35 - 9:35 pm 8:35 - 10 pm

$104 ($119 nr) $143 ($158 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $131 ($146 nr)

Dates:

Wednesday Winter 1/5 – 3/23 (12 weeks) Spring 4/6 – 6/15 (11 weeks) Hanover Park Park District Community Center, 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park

Location:

Program # 306530-03 306530-04 406530-03 406530-04 Dates:

Location:

Program # 306530-05 306530-06 406530-05 406530-06

Date

Level

Age

Time

Fee

1/5 – 3/23 1/5 – 3/23 4/6 – 6/15 4/6 – 6/15

Beg./Cont. (White-Yellow) Int./Adv. (Blue +) Beg./Cont. (White-Yellow) Int./Adv. (Blue +)

15 + 15 + 15 + 15 +

8:35 - 9:35 pm 8:35 - 10 pm 8:35 - 9:35 pm 8:35 - 10 pm

$104 ($119 nr) $143 ($158 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $131 ($146 nr)

Saturday Winter 1/8 – 3/26 (12 weeks) Spring 4/2 – 6/11 (11 weeks) Bartlett Park District, Donald H. Schrade Gym, 696 Stearns Road, Bartlett

Date

Level

Age

Time

Fee

1/8 – 3/26 1/8 – 3/26 4/2 – 6/11 4/2 – 6/11

Beg./Cont. (White-Yellow) Int.(Blue +) Beg./Cont. (White-Yellow) Int.(Blue +)

15 + 15 + 15 + 15 +

4:30 - 5:30 pm 5:30 - 6:30 pm 4:30 - 5:30 pm 5:30 - 6:30 pm

$104 ($119 nr) $104 ($119 nr) $96 ($111 nr) $96 ($111 nr)


ADULT SPORTS

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Horsemanship

Golf Lessons Adult

You’ll learn to ride the walk, the canter, the trot, and how to handle, groom, and saddle horses. English Hunt Seat riding will also be covered.

These 6 PGA-instructed sessions offer the “Know how” and proper “Hands-on” techniques for providing the beginning golfer a basic understanding of the game. Don’t worry if you’ve never held a club before or been embarrassed when you did. Learning the application of grip, stance arrangement plus drills for your golf swing is the main agenda. Fee does not includes range balls.

Days: Dates: Location:

Saturday (6 weeks) Winter 2/6 – 3/13 Spring 4/17 – 5/22 Dunham Woods Farm, Inc - Wayne, IL

Session

Program #

Age

Time

Fee

302510-01 402510-01

10+ 10+

1:30 – 2:30 pm 1:30 – 2:30 pm

$125 ($140 nr) $125 ($140 nr)

Winter Spring

Archery Join Ken Walther, National Archery Association Level III Coach, to learn the exciting sport of archery. This includes safety, shooting, and equipment. Parents are encouraged to register and participate with their child. All equipment will be provided. Sessions are 4 weeks long. Days: Location:

Thursday (4 weeks) Simkus Recreation Center 849 W.Lies Rd. Carol Stream

Session Program Winter Winter Winter Spring Spring

303535-01 303535-02 303535-03 403535-01 403535-02

Dates

Age

Time

Fee

1/6 – 1/27 2/3 – 2/24 3/3 – 3/24 4/7 – 4/28 5/5 – 5/26

8+ 8+ 8+ 8+ 8+

6:30 – 7:30 pm 6:30 – 7:30 pm 6:30 – 7:30 pm 6:30 – 7:30 pm 6:30 – 7:30 pm

$52 ($67 nr) $52 ($67 nr) $52 ($67 nr) $52 ($67 nr) $52 ($67 nr)

Days: Dates: Location:

Saturday Tuesday 4/16 – 5/21 (6 classes) 4/19 – 5/24 (6 classes) Green Valley Driving Range 26W101 Lake Street, Hanover Park (630) 289-6600 Instructor: Bill Parisi

Session

Program

Age

Time

Fee

Spring Spring

406520-01 406520-02

17 + 17 +

2-3 pm 7-8 pm

$100 ($115 nr) $100 ($115 nr)

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Seniors Events

Holiday Shopping Trip

Run-A-Bouts

Get ready for the busy holiday season by going to Gurnee Mills Mall! Lunch is on own. Fee is transportation.

Come join us for food, fun and friends every Tuesday from 11 am – 3 pm at the Community Center. Play games such as Poker, Kings Corners, Michigan Rummy and Bingo. Every week there are games, contests, meals or events planned. Each season, birthdays are celebrated with presents and cake. Ultra Foods and Starbucks generously donate snacks and beverages for every meeting. Please visit us on the web at www.hpparks.org

Activity Fee The Run-A-Bouts activity fee is $20 and expires one year from the date of registration. Daily rate is $1.00 per person. The activity fee helps defray the cost of food, presents, prizes, weekly meetings and cost for the senior coordinator.

Day: Location:

Thursday Meet at the Walnut Entrance

Session

Program

Date

Time

Fee

Winter

306401-01

12/2

9 am – 2 pm

$6

Senior Holiday Luncheon Celebrate the holidays with your friends and great food! There will be a raffle included with lunch. Transportation can be provided at an additional fee, call for details. Day: Date: Location:

Tuesday 12/14 Old Country Buffet

The Seniors Coordinator is Faith Barnes.

Session

Program

Date

Time

Fee

Lunch Bunch

Winter

306401-02

12/14

11 am – 3 pm

$8

On the third Thursday of the month, join us at a different restaurant for lunch. Lunch is on own; there will be a small fee for transportation if needed. The Park District van will leave promptly at 11 am from the Community Center.

Holiday House Tour

Seniors Coordinator

Speakers

We will see all the lights and decorative houses in and around Hanover Park! Before we leave there will be light refreshments.

If there is a health or financial topic you would like to learn about, please let us know and a specific speaker will be researched.

Day: Location:

Thursday Meet at the Walnut Entrance

Session

Program

Date

Time

Fee

Seniors Discount

Winter

306401-03

12/16

5:30 – 7 pm

$3

Hanover Park Park District residents age 60 and older are entitled to a 25% discount on general recreation program fees, with the exception of some contractual and senior programs and trips.

Hollywood Casino Trip

Questions

Day: Location:

Thursday Meet at the Walnut Entrance

Session

Program

Date

Time

Fee

Winter

306401-04

2/3

9 am – 2 pm

$6

Any questions or concerns regarding senior programming, please contact Nicole Mantegna, Recreation Services Supervisor at (630) 837-2468 x138 or n.mantegna@hpparks.org.

We will travel to the Hollywood Casino in Aurora. Lunch is on your own. Fee includes transportation.


SENIORS

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Upcoming Events for Seniors Winter 2010/11

Upcoming Events for Seniors Spring 2011 March 1

Sandwich Lunch

March 8

Fitness Sneak Peek!

Raffle Day - Bring a treasure to raffle. Raffle tickets 10 cents each

December 14

Holiday Luncheon at Old Country Buffet.

Fitness Sneak Peek!

December 21

NO MEETING – HAPPY HOLIDAYS

December 28

NO MEETING – HAPPY HOLIDAYS

January 4

Sandwich Lunch

December 7

Pot Luck Day - Bring your favorite dish to pass.

Create your Own Scrapbook or Collage pages January 11

Raffle Day Bring a treasure to raffle. Raffle tickets 10 cents each

January 18

Sandwich Lunch

January 20

LUNCH BUNCH THURSDAY

January 25

Soup Day Bring a can of NON cream soup.

February 1

Spaghetti Lunch Fitness Sneak Peek!

February 8

Magazine and Book Exchange Day Bring an item and take an item.

February 15

Sandwich Lunch Word Games Day - Word games, Searches, Cross Word Puzzles, etc.

February 17

LUNCH BUNCH THURSDAY

February 22

Craft Day and Wii Day. Celebrate the Winter Birthdays. All Run-A-Bouts with birthdays in December, January and February will receive a gift.

Rick Wulbecker, Superintendent of Recreation For more information regarding Recreation contact Rick at (630) 837-2468 (ext. 128) or r.wulbecker@hpparks.org

March 15 March 17

Happy St. Patrick’s Day Bring your favorite Irish dish to share. LUNCH BUNCH THURSDAY

March 22

Sandwich Lunch

March 29

Soup Day - Bring a can of NON cream soup to share. Table Tennis Day

April 5

Sandwich Lunch CUBS vs. SOX. Wear your favorite team apparel.

April 12

Salad Pot Luck Day - Bring your favorite salad to share.

April 19

Spaghetti Lunch

April 21

LUNCH BUNCH THURSDAY

April 26

Pizza Day - Bring your favorite topping. (Cheese, olive, sausage, etc) Fitness Sneak Peek

May 3

Sandwich Day Create your Own Scrapbook or Collage pages

May 10

Magazine and Book Exchange Day Bring an item and take an item.

May 17

Sandwich Lunch Table Tennis Day

May 19

LUNCH BUNCH THURSDAY

May 24

Word Games Day Word games, Searches, Cross Word Puzzles, etc.

May 31

Celebrate the Spring Birthdays - All Run-A-Bouts with birthdays in March, April and May will receive a gift.

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HANOVER PARK PARK FOUNDATION Mickey Macholl, Chairperson (630) 837-2468 (ext. 227) foundation@hpparks.org

HANOVER PARK BOYS FOOTBALL Phil Rizzo, President (847) 885-7989 prizzo@hpcanes.com

HANOVER PARK GIRLS CHEERLEADING Lisa Dzik, President (630) 217-9760 slerma@hpcanes.com

Discover how fun history can be at the

DuPage County Historical Museum

HURRICANE FOOTBALL/CHEER HOTLINE (630) 830-3186 www.hpcanes.com

Downtown Wheaton!

HANOVER PARK LITTLE LEAGUE

- Train Saturdays November 20 & December 18 (1:30-3:30 pm) - Unique birthday party themes - Fun Museum programs - Open 7 days a week - Free admission! Special family membership price of $36 in celebration of the 36th Illinois ag now on display.

Visit www.dupagemuseum.org 102 E. Wesley Street

Wheaton, IL 60187

630.665.4710

Boys Baseball and Girls Softball/Baseball Dan Morgan, President www.hanoverparklittleleague.com

HANOVER PARK LIONS CLUB Larry Wheeler, President (630) 837-2468

HANOVER PARK SAILFISH SWIM TEAM Mark Johnson, President (312) 310-9603

NORTHWEST SUBURBAN CONCERT BAND Larry Wheeler (630) 837-2468 (ext. 129)

VILLAGE OF HANOVER PARK (630) 372-4200 www.hanoverparkillinois.org

HANOVER TOWNSHIP (630) 837-0301 www.hanovertownship.com


CENTRE COURT ATHLETIC CLUB

Check out our new fitness class structure


CENTRE COURT ATHLETIC CLUB

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The Centre Court Athletic Club (CCAC) is a community facility, owned and operated by the Hanover Park Park District. We offer the finest in services and facilities for fitness, health, racquetball and tennis for the entire family all at reasonable rates. Stop by or call us for a tour.

Fitness Center

Registration

The Park District and the CCAC are handicapped accessible and comply with A.D.A. standards. The elevator is accessible from all 3 levels and is available for public use.

Registering for a Centre Court Athletic Club program couldn’t be easier. To register, please stop by the Club front desk, located on the lower level of the Community Center or call (630) 837-6300 and register using cash, check, Visa, Discover or Mastercard. Our desk staff will be glad to assist you.

Hours of Operation September 13 – May 27, 2011 Weekdays 5:30 am - 10 pm Weekends 6:45 am - 8 pm

Holiday Closings The Centre Court Athletic Club and Kid’s Korner will be closed on the following holidays: December December December January April May

24 25 31 1 24 30

After 4 pm Christmas Day After 4 pm New Year’s Day Easter Memorial Day

Centre Court Athletic Club Staff Randy Russell, Club Manager Art Steuber, Director of Racquet Sports

This 2400 sq. ft. center features state-of-the-art resistance & cardiovascular equipment and a fully equipped 600 sq. ft. free weight room.

Handicap Accessibility

Locker Rooms, Whirlpools & Saunas Club members will enjoy the clean and spacious men’s & women’s locker rooms, each with its own whirlpool and sauna.

Lounge and Snack Bar The central core of the club includes a lounge area complete with a big screen TV where members and guests may relax after a hard workout.

Kids Korner Service Kids Korner service is available to program participants who utilize the Centre Court Athletic Club. The Kids Korner, located next to the Aerobic Studio, is available Monday-Friday from 9 am - 3 pm (by appointment only).

Pro Shop A complete stock of the latest in tennis, racquetball, fitness equipment and accessories is available at competitive prices. A professional racquet stringing & gripping service is also available.

Racquetball Courts

Nannette Dukes, Fitness Coordinator

The four racquetball courts offer hardwood floors and complete climate control for year round playing comfort.

Will Tennant, Head Tennis Professional

Tennis Courts

Patt Grange, Customer Service Supervisor

Aerobic Studio

Our 10 indoor tennis courts feature the “Chevron Laykold¨ surface which offers a true bounce and minimum leg fatigue to players of every ability. Four of the indoor courts are airconditioned for your summertime comfort.

This 2500 sq. ft. studio features wood flooring, mirrors and a state-of-the-art sound system.

Refund, Cancellation & Transfer Policy:

What Centre Court Athletic Club has to Offer…

Please see page 46 for the policy of the Hanover Park Park District.


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CENTRE COURT ATHLETIC CLUB

Court Reservations & Cancellations

FITNESS MEMBERSHIP

Members may reserve court time up to seven days in advance. Cancellation of court time must be made at least 24 hours in advance of play. Members are responsible for court fees if for any reason they wish to cancel less than 24 hours and the court cannot be sold. Members who make reservations and fail to show are responsible for the cost of the court and are charged accordingly.

Membership Fees

Guest Policy Non-members who wish to utilize the tennis and racquetball courts are responsible for $6 ($8 nr) guest fee. Non-members using the fitness center, whirlpool and sauna only, will be responsible for an $8 ($10 nr) guest fee.

Monthly Play Pass If playing a lot of tennis is high on your priority list you can’t go wrong by purchasing a Play Pass. Reservations may be made up to 48 hours in advance, initially for one-and-a-half hours of tennis. If the court is available at the end of that time, just keep playing until you drop! Non-play pass holders must pay their portion of the court time fees. A valid CCAC membership is required to purchase a play pass. Play pass fee: Tennis $60/month

Membership Information CCAC offers two types of memberships for your specific athletic club needs. Our “club membership” is an all inclusive membership that covers the three main aspects of the club; tennis, fitness and racquetball. Our “fitness membership” is the same as the “club membership” except it eliminates the tennis aspect of the club.

CLUB MEMBERSHIP Membership Fees Adult Youth Senior Couple Family

$240 ($288 nr) $110 ($132 nr) $140 ($168 nr) $325 ($390 nr) $375 ($425 nr)

Membership Benefits • Use of the locker rooms • Use of whirlpool and sauna • Use of 10 indoor tennis courts* • Use of 4 racquetball courts (court usage is FREE) • Use of the fitness center • Use of the free weight area • Discounted group fitness classes • Discounted tennis lessons • Discounted racquetball lessons • Use of the gymnasium at designated times * Court Fees are additional

Adult $165 ($198 nr) Youth $75 ($90 nr) Senior $95 ($114 nr) Couple $215 ($258 nr) Family $245 ($294 nr)

Membership Payment Plan Members will now have the opportunity to put their membership fees on an Auto-Debit payment plan through their checking account. This will allow members the opportunity to begin using the Club without paying one large fee upfront. Members will be asked to pay their first and last month’s fees at the beginning of their membership. The Auto-Debit payment plan is available for these membership options:

Club Res / NR

Category

Fitness Res / NR

$25 / $29 NA / $15 $16 / $18 $33 / $39 $37 / $42

Adult Youth Senior Couple Family

$18 / $21 NA / NA NA / NA $23 / $27 $25 / $30

The yearly membership fee must be at least $130 to qualify for the Auto-Debit payment plan. Auto-Debit memberships will automatically renew. The monthly deduction will be adjusted if there is a change in membership price.

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CENTRE COURT ATHLETIC CLUB Membership Options • Family Memberships include husband, wife, and members of the immediate family who are age 21 and under and who reside at the same residence. • Junior Memberships are available for individuals age 17 and under. Fitness center usage requires an orientation session for youths ages 11-15, at which time a parent or legal guardian must be in attendance. Any subsequent use of the fitness equipment by youth ages 11-13 must be under the supervision of the parent or legal guardian. Youth ages 11-15 will not be allowed to use the free weight area. The fitness center will only be open to youths ages 11-15 at the following times:

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Wallyball Court Fee Wallyball brings the explosive fun of volleyball into the competitive closeness of the racquetball court. Great party game for up to 8 people! Non-members will be charged a $2.00 guest fee when utilizing a wallyball court.

Wallyball Rate: Weekdays 6 am - 5:30 pm $8 per hour 5:30 - 10 pm $10 per hour Weekends 7 am - 8 pm

$6 per hour

General Tennis Class Information • Registration for tennis classes is on a first-come, firstserved basis. Students or participants must pay the full price of an individual drill, lesson or clinic regardless of showing up late to a class or leaving early.

2 - 6 pm 12 - 6 pm

• Senior Citizen Memberships are available to anyone age 60 and over.

• If a tennis student misses a class, he or she must make it up during the current session with tennis pro approval only. The missed class may not be carried over into a new session.

• Memberships are non-transferable and non-refundable. • Memberships may be put on hold for medical reasons or for extended vacations of one month or longer. • Couple memberships are available for two individuals over 17 living in the same household.

• Please call for information regarding USTA Adult Leagues, Junior Tournaments and Women’s daytime tennis.

Tennis Court Fees

All classes, regardless of age, are based upon ability and skill level.

Weekdays 5:30 am - 9 am 9 am - 5 pm 5 pm - 9 pm 9 pm - 10 pm

$14 per hour $19 per hour $23 per hour $14 per hour

Private Tennis Lessons

Weekends 7 am - 8 pm

$20 per hour

Number of people Total Price Price Per Person (Member/Non-Member)

Improve your game by taking a private or semi-private lesson. New prices effective 6/1/2010

Junior Walk-On Rate $14 per hour

1

$55 ($66 nm)

$55 ($66 nm)

(Court cannot be reserved and user must play with another junior or parent)

2

$58 ($69 nm)

$29 ($34.50 nm)

3

$61 ($72 nm)

$20.33 ($24 nm)

4-8

$64 ($75 nm)

Racquetball Court Fees Weekdays Members do not pay an hourly fee. Non-members must pay the listed court rates. Non-members playing with members must pay their portion of the court time used. 6 am - 5:30 pm 5:30 - 10 pm

$6 per hour $8 per hour

Weekends 7 am - 8 pm

$4 per hour

Junior Walk-On Rate $5 per hour (non-members) (Court may be reserved 1/2 hour in advance and user must play with another junior or parent)


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These classes work on the basic strokes and strategy of the game of racquetball

(6 week sessions)

Winter I

Winter II

Spring I

Spring II

Date Starting Week Of: Date Ending Week Of: Registration Begins: Registration Deadline: No Classes:

Dec. 13 Jan. 31 Nov. 15 Dec. 9 12/20 -1/2

Feb. 7 Mar. 14 Jan. 17 Feb. 3

Mar 21 Apr. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 17 4/24

May 2 June 6 Apr. 4 Apr. 28 5/30

Winter II Program #

Spring I Program #

Spring II Program #

Level

Day

Time

328900-01 328915-01 318930-01

418900-01 418915-01 418930-10

428900-01 428915-01 428930-01

Adult Beg Youth Beg 8-11 Youth Beg 12-15

Sat Sat Sat

8:30-9:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 10:30-11:30 am

Racquetball Lessons Fee: $50 ($60 nm)

Min/Max: 3/4

Winter I Program # 318900-01 318915-01 318930-01

Winter & Spring Racquetball Leagues/ Flex Leagues Players will be scheduled to play one person each week. Players are responsible for contacting each other and scheduling their weekly match.

(12 week sessions)

Winter

Spring

Date Starting Week Of: Date Ending Week Of: Registration Begins: Registration Deadline: Fee: $25 ($54 nm)

Dec. 13 Mar. 14 Nov. 29 Dec. 9 Min/Max: 4/16

Mar. 21 May 23 Mar. 7 Mar. 17

Winter Program #

Spring Program #

Level

Day

Time

408051-01 408052-01 408053-01 408054-01 408055-01 408058-01

Men’s A Men’s B+ Men’s B Men’s C+ Men’s C Women’s C

Flex Flex Flex Flex Flex Flex

Any Any Any Any Any Any

308051-01 308052-01 308053-01 308054-01 308055-01 308058-01

Art Steuber, Director of Racquet Sports For more information regarding Racquet Sports contact Art at (630) 837-6300 (ext. 114) or a.steuber@hpparks.org


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Youth Tennis Lessons Membership is not required to participate in lessons. Non-members will be charged a higher fee. The Director of Racquet Sports reserves the right to direct class times based on sign-up numbers of all classes.

(6 week sessions) Winter I

Winter II

Date Starting Week Of: Dec. 13 Date Ending Week Of: Jan. 31 Registration Begins: Nov. 15 Registration Deadline: Dec. 9 No Classes: 12/20 – 1/2

Feb. 7 Mar. 14 Jan. 17 Feb. 3

Spring I Spring II Mar 21 Apr. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 17 4/24

May 2 June 6 Apr. 4 Apr. 28 5/30

No Lessons: December 20, 2010 – January 2, 2011, April 22 - 24 and May 30, 2011.

Racquets of all sizes are available to purchase at CCAC. We do have racquets to use for the first day of class, but participants are expected to have their own racquet.

QuickStart Mini Smashers (Ages 4-6) The focus will be hand-eye coordination, movement and fun. Fee: Min/Max:

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # Day 318675-01 318675-02 318675-03

$40 ($48 nm) 1 day a week 4/16

328675-01 328675-02 328675-03

418675-01 418675-02 418675-03

428675-01 428675-02 428675-03

Time

Tue 1-1:30 pm Wed 11:30 am-12 pm Sat 12:30-1 pm

QuickStart Level 1 (Ages 6-12) Program uses quick start format including 36 foot courts and low compression balls to teach and develop tennis skills as easily as possible. Movement, ball control and rally skills will be developed. Fee: Min/Max:

$78 ($94 nm) 1 day a week 4/16

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # Day 318621-01 318621-02 318621-03 318621-04

328621-01 328621-02 328621-03 328621-04

418621-01 418621-02 418621-03 418621-04

428621-01 428621-02 428621-03 428621-04

Time

Mon 4 – 5 pm Tue 4 -5 pm Fri 4 – 5 pm Sat 9 – 10 am

QuickStart Level 2 (Ages 6-12) Players at this level have received Tennis Pro approval. Required skills include rallies, directional control, serving and score keeping on the 36 foot courts with low compression balls. Fee: Min/Max:

$78 ($94 nm) 1 day a week 4/16

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # Day 318622-01 318622-02 318622-03 318622-04

328622-01 328622-02 328622-03 328622-04

418622-01 418622-02 418622-03 418622-04

428622-01 428622-02 428622-03 428622-04

Time

Mon 4 – 5 pm Tue 4 – 5 pm Fri 4 – 5 pm. Sat 10-11 am


JUNIOR TENNIS

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Level 3 (Ages 7-13) Students at this level have progressed to playing on the full court and play from the baseline. Players are beginning to learn spins, play points on the full court and learn some strategy. Fee: Min/Max:

$136 ($176 nm) for 1 day a week 4/18

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # 318640-01 318640-02 318640-03 318640-04

328640-01 328640-02 328640-03 328640-04

418640-01 418640-02 418640-03 418640-04

428640-01 428640-02 428640-03 428640-04

Day

Time

Wed Thu Fri Sat

4 – 5:30 pm 5:30 - 7 pm 4 – 5:30 pm 9 – 10:30 am

Level 4 (Ages 7-13) Students have control of their shots with spin, depth, and pace and are able to play from different parts of the court. Fee: Min/Max:

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # 318650-01 318650-02 318650-03 318650-04

$136 ($176 nm) for 1 day a week 4/18

328650-01 328650-02 328650-03 328650-04

418650-01 428650-02 418650-03 418650-04

428650-01 428650-02 428650-03 428650-04

Day

Time

Wed Thu Fri Sat

5:30 – 7 pm 4 – 5:30 pm 5 – 6:30 pm 11 am – 12:30 pm

Level 5 (Ages 10-18) This student is playing multiple times a week and is participating in competitive tennis such as leagues, tournaments or round robins. Fee: Min/Max:

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # Day 318665-01 318665-02 318665-03

$180 ($216 nm) 1 day a week 4/18

328665-01 328665-02 328665-03

418665-01 418665-02 418665-03

428665-01 428665-02 428665-03

Time

Mon 5 – 7 pm Wed 4 – 6 pm Sat 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

High School Varsity (Ages 14-18) For high school players competing at the varsity level. Emphasis will be on point playing, strategy and footwork. Tennis Pro approval required. Fee: Min/Max:

$136 ($176 nm) for 1 day a week 4/18

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # Day 318648-01 318648-02 318648-03

328648-01 328648-02 328648-03

418648-01 418648-02 418648-03

428648-01 428648-02 428648-03

Mon Thu Sat

Time 7 – 8:30 pm 7 – 8:30 pm 12:30 – 2 pm

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Elite Tournament Training (Ages 8-18)

Match Play:

For students participating in USTA tournaments and Junior Grand Prix’s. Class will emphasize advanced techniques, footwork, strategy and point playing. Students are expected to play outside of class including at least 1 tournament a month.

Supervised match play with singles and doubles competition. Players will compete in a challenge ladder format every week.

Match Play Fee: Min/Max:

Participants must have the Director of Racquet Sports or the Head Tennis Professional approval before registering for this program.

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # 318655-01

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$96 ($116 nm) session 4/24

328655-01

418655-01

428655-01

Day

Time

Sun

4 – 6 pm

Lesson Fee: Min/Max:

$180 ($216 nm) 1 day a week 4/24

Winter I Winter I Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # Day 318670-01 318670-02 318670-03

328670-01 328670-02 328670-03

418670-01 418670-02 418670-03

428670-01 428670-02 428670-03

Mon Tue Thu

Time 4 - 6 pm 5 – 7 pm 5 – 7 pm

Teenage Beginner (Ages 13-18) For the teenager looking to learn how to play the game of tennis. Basic skills will be taught including technique, footwork and scoring. Students should progress enough during duration of session to integrate into Level 4. Fee: Min/Max:

$78 ($94 nm) 1 day a week 4/12

PERMANENT COURT TIME Racquetball and Tennis court time may be reserved on a permanent basis for three sessions per year by filling out a permanent court time contract. When you reserve permanent court time you receive the following benefits: Reduced rate because you pay in advance for each session, we reduce the hourly rate by $1.00. Guaranteed reservation – you never need to call, just come in and play, your court is waiting.

Winter/Spring Session: Date Starting: Week of Jan.17, 2011 Date Ending: Week of May 16, 2011 (18 weeks) Will Tennant, Head Tennis Pro For more information regarding Adult Tennis Lessons and League Programs contact Will at (630) 837-6300 (ext. 113) or w.tennant@hpparks.org

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # 318672-01 318672-02 318672-03 318672-04

328672-01 328672-02 328672-03 328672-04

418672-01 418672-02 418672-03 418672-04

428672-01 428672-02 428672-03 428672-04

Day

Time

Mon Tue Wed Sat

6 – 7 pm 5 – 6 pm 6 – 7 pm 1 – 2 pm


ADULT TENNIS Centre Court Athletic Club | 630.837.6300 | hpparks.org Adult Instructional Tennis Leagues These leagues are designed for adults who have mastered the basic strokes of the game and are ready to tackle a little friendly competition. A tennis pro provides a weekly lesson/drill during the first 45 to 60 minutes of this class and supervised doubles play encompasses the remaining time. Talk to one of our instructors for more information.

(6 week sessions)

Winter I

Winter II

Spring I

Spring II

Date Starting Week Of: Date Ending Week Of: Registration Begins: Registration Deadline: No Classes Held:

Dec. 13 Jan. 31 Nov. 15 Dec. 9 12/20 – 1/2

Feb. 7 Mar. 14 Jan. 17 Feb. 3 4/24

Mar. 21 Apr. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 17 5/30

May 2 June 6 Apr. 4 Apr. 28

Winter II Program #

Spring I Program #

Spring II Program #

Day

Time

328097-01 328097-02 328099-01

418097-01 418097-02 419099-01

428097-01 428097-02 428099-01

Mon (Women’s) Wed (Women’s) Mon (Co-ed)

1 – 2:30 pm 10 – 11:30 am 7 – 8:30 pm

Fee: Min/Max:

$140 ($182 nm) 4/16

Winter I Program # 318097-01 318097-02 318099-01

Adult In-House Tennis Leagues Players will be scheduled to play one person each week. Players will have a set day and time for their weekly matches .

(16 week sessions)

Winter/Spring

Date Starting Week Of: Date Ending Week Of: Registration Begins: Registration Deadline:

Jan. 24 May 9 Jan. 3 Jan. 20

Winter/Spring Program #

Description Level

Day

Time

Fee

Women’s Int A Doubles (3.0-3.5) Women’s Int A Doubles (3.0-3.5) Men’s Int A Singles (3.0-3.5) Men’s Int A Doubles (3.0-3.5) Men’s Adv Int Singles (3.5-4.0) Men’s Adv Doubles (4.0+) Men’s Adv Singles (4.0+) Men's Adv Singles (4.0+)

Tue Tue Wed Mon Wed Wed Tue Thu

8:30-10 pm 7-8:30 pm 8:30-10 pm 8:30-10 pm 7-8:30 pm 7-8:30 pm 7-8:30 pm 8:30-10 pm

$108 ($188 nm) $144 ($224 nm) $210 ($290 nm) $108 ($188 nm) $282 ($362 nm) $144 ($224 nm) $282 ($362 nm) $210 ($290 nm)

308067-01 308067-03 308063-01 308063-02 308062-01 308061-01 308061-02 308061-03

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ADULT TENNIS

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Adult Tennis Lessons (Ages 19 and up) Membership is not required to participate in lessons. Non-members will be charged a higher fee. The Director of Racquet Sports reserves the right to direct class times based on sign-up numbers of all classes.

Adult Beginner (Ages 19 and up) This class level is designed to introduce all the basics of tennis. Sound fundamentals will be taught on all major strokes. Participants will be taught proper technique on each stroke. Fee: Min/Max:

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Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # Day 318600-01 318600-02 318600-03

$90 ($108 nm) for 1 day a week 4/18

328600-01 328600-02 328600-03

418600-01 418600-02 418600-03

428600-01 428600-02 428600-03

Time

Mon 7 – 8 pm Wed 9 -10 am Wed 8:30-9:30 pm

Adult Advanced Beginner (Ages 19 and up) This class continues the basic development of all strokes and begins more emphasis on rallying and playing abilities. Serves are worked on each week to allow players to begin real match play. Fee: $136 ($164 nm) for 1 day a week Per Class Fee: $25 ($30 nm) Min/Max: 4/18

Winter I Winter II Spring I Spring II Program # Program # Program # Program # Day 318605-01 328605-02 328605-03

328605-01 328605-02 328605-03

418605-01 418605-02 418605-03

428605-01 428605-02 428605-03

Mon Wed Wed

Time 8 – 9:30 pm 10- 11:30 am 7 – 8:30 pm

Adult Tennis Drill Clinics Tennis drills are offered on a prepaid basis. Prepaid participants receive a discounted rate. If openings are available, sign-up is allowed on a weekly first come, first serve basis. These drills are geared for players to practice a variety of tennis strokes in a fun and energetic format.

(6 week sessions)

Winter I

Winter II

Spring I

Spring II

Date Starting Week Of: Date Ending Week Of: Registration Begins: Registration Deadline: No Classes:

Dec. 13 Jan. 21 Nov. 15 Dec. 9 12/20-1/2

Feb. 7 Mar. 14 Jan. 17 Feb. 3

Mar. 21 Apr. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 17 4/24

May 2 June 6 Apr. 4 Apr. 28 5/30

Winter I Program #

Winter II Program #

Spring I Program #

Spring II Program #

Day

Time

Fee

318750-01 318770-03 318770-01 318770-02 318780-01 318780-02

328750-01 328770-03 328770-01 328770-02 328780-01 328780-02

418750-01 418770-03 418770-01 418770-02 418780-01 418780-02

428750-01 428770-03 428770-01 428770-02 428780-01 428780-02

Tue Tue Thu Thu Thu Sat

7-9 pm 8:30-10pm 9-10:30 am 7-8:30 pm 7-9 pm 9-10:30 am

$132/$162nm $120/$144nm $90/$108nm $120/$144nm $132/$162nm $120/$144nm

Drill Men’s Int NTRP 3.0-3.9 Women’s Int NTRP 2.5-3.5 Women’s Int NTRP 2.5-3.5 Women’s Int NTRP 2.5-3.5 Co-ed Adv NTRP 3.5+ Co-ed Adv NTRP 3.5+


HEALTH & FITNESS Centre Court Athletic Club | 630.837.6300 | hpparks.org

L T A H E H

“Spring into Health”

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Saturday, April 2, 2011 10 am – 2 pm

Centre Court Athletic Club

•F•A•I•R•

*Health Services/Screenings *Demonstrations in Fitness/Tennis *Promotions

SAVE THE DATE 80 DAYS UNTIL SUMMER FITNESS CHALLENGE

2011 OPERATION UNDO IT 12 Week It’s-Time-To-Get-Back-On-Track

1/10/11 – 3/28/11 Ages:

16 and up

Minimum: 8

308240-01 Tuesday pm or 308240-02 Saturday am SPECIAL: Purchase between 12/20/10 & 12/31/10 $118 (CCAC Member) $136 (Non-member) Last chance to sign-up: 1/2/11 – 1/5/11 $148 (CCAC Member) $170 (Non-member) Six group training sessions! Two fitness assessments! (Body fat/Body Mass Index, Blood Pressure/Cardiovascular Assessment and Consultation)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 – 6/21/11 8 9 104/4/1111 12 13 14 15 Goal16 18 in 80 19 days.20If you21 is to log17600 miles 22 23 in group 24 26 28 participate fi25 tness classes 4527minutes 29 30 34 32 33 34 35 or longer count for 5 miles, and cardio machines 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 (treadmills, ellipticals, etc.) the distance counts 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 as the mileage. 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 1st, , 3rd place 57 2nd 58 59 winners 60 61 62 63 64 65 3/14-3/31/11 66 67 68 69 70 Registration: 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 Ages: 14 and up 78 79 80 Fee:

$60 member ($78 non-member)


HEALTH & FITNESS

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Our structure of Health & Fitness classes has never been more flexible! Now you can attend ALL weekly classes during the six week session for one low fee! CCAC Member $35 Non-Member $50

What are you waiting for? Sign up today!

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Group Fitness Classes

Strong Healthy Back

Classes are held in the Community Center Aerobics Studio for ages 14 & up. Children will not be allowed in the studio during classes. Drop-in fees are paid directly to the CCAC front desk prior to the start of class. Showers and lockers are available for use in the Athletic Club on the lower level.

For a stronger lower back, strengthen the abdominal muscles with the use of a mini ball. This ball assists in focusing the exercises on the upper abs, the sides of your waist and the hard to reach lower abs. The mini ball is required for class and is available for purchase ($10 + tax) at CCAC front desk. The ball will be handed out on the first day of class. Bring your towel, mat and ball to class each time.

1. Kid’s Korner service is available Monday through Friday, 9 am to 3 pm. For additional Kid’s Korner service information, see page 44. 2. Participants must register and sign a waiver prior to the first day of the session.

Powersculpt

3. Participants must bring their own floor mats to fitness classes.

This total body conditioning workout uses a variety of equipment (dumbbells, tubes, stability balls, step board, etc.). Improve your muscular strength and endurance. Increase your metabolism and build bone density.

4. There will be no prorating of classes.

Yoga

5. There is no “making up” of classes that are missed.

Release stress and learn breathing, stretching, and relaxation techniques, while improving your flexibility doing Hatha Yoga.

6. Cancellation policy: If no one shows up after 10 minutes, the class for that day is cancelled. Any group exercise class with consistent low attendance during a session is subject to be replaced with another class format. 7. If doing a drop in, a receipt must be given to the instructor, before class, to participate.

Community Center Aerobics Studio Session Fee: Drop In Fee:

$35 CCAC Member $7 CCAC Member

$50 Non-Member $10 Non-Member

(6 Week Sessions)

Winter I

Winter II Spring I Spring II

Date Starting Week Of: Date Ending Week Of: Registration Begins: Registration Deadline: Program #:

Dec. 13 Jan. 31 Nov. 15 Dec. 9 318299-01

Feb. 7 Mar. 14 Jan. 17 Feb. 3 328299-01

Mar. 21 Apr. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 17 418299-01

May 2 Jun 6 Apr. 4 Apr. 28 428299-01

PLEASE PICK UP THE SESSION CLASS SCHEDULE FOR DAYS AND TIMES Cardio Fusion This endurance training class will work all the muscle groups, raise your heart rate, burn calories and increase bone density. 3 to 10 lb. dumbbells will be used. Bring a towel and water bottle.

Everyday Fitness for the 50+ This circuit workout will focus on improving your balance, agility, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, as well as, your upper and lower body strength.

Core & Calm Learn techniques to strengthen the abdominal with the use of a variety of equipment and finish off with stretches that will increase flexibility and relaxation.

Stretch and Tone Need to get back to the basics and start slowly with exercise? This class will teach you how to increase your lean muscle mass, improve your flexibility and range of motion.

Zumba® Ditch the workout, join the party! A high energy interval cardio class set to Latin/international music. Be ready to sweat!

Zumba® Gold If you are just starting out with exercise or the Zumba class is too intense but you still want to enjoy exercising to the Zumba rhythms, join us.

Zumba® Gold Chair Class designed to provide those who have not worked out for a while, coming back from an injury, or have been sedentary can experience group exercise that’s safe and easy.

Interval Mega Mix Plus This is cardio plus toning from head to toe. If you need to squeeze your workout in one night or would like the challenge of this Super Wednesday workout, join us. Every week the order of cardio events may vary. Equipment may be used. Modifications for beginners offered in class. Bring water bottle, towel and a mat.


HEALTH & FITNESS

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PERSONAL TRAINING

Fitness Testing & Assessment

Are you in need of advice, direction, or encouragement when it comes to your workout program? Our certified personal trainers can help you…

You’ve made a commitment to get in shape. A good way to get started is to have an assessment of your current fitness level to determine your strengths and weaknesses. The fitness test includes a cardiovascular assessment, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, body fat composition analysis, and blood pressure. If you work out consistently, have an assessment done every 6-8 weeks to see your progress and learn of any changes to improve your workout program.

• lose weight • strengthen muscle groups • tone or sculpt your whole body • improve your overall health

$35/hour members ($50/hour non-members)

• gain cardiovascular benefits

“TWEENS” Fitness

• improve your flexibility A personal trainer can design a personal fitness program tailored to your needs.

Sessions

CCAC Members

Non-Members

(1) hour (3) ½ hour (3) 1 hour (6) 1 hour (10) 1 hour

$40 $70 $114 $216 $320

$50 $84 $144 $276 $420

“NEW” Group Personal Training Sessions If you would like to have a partner to share the hour with, as long as the fitness goals are similar (weight loss, strength training, etc.), there are some options of the best package to consider. Fees are based on per person. Sessions

CCAC Members

Non-Members

(1) Hour

$35

$45

(3) 1 Hour

$99

$129

(6) 1 Hour

$186

$246

(10) 1 Hour

$290

$390

“NEW” Fitness Springbreak Camp Fun meets fitness! Meet with the trainer in a group for 1 hour on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Camp Session I begins week of March 18. Camp Session II starts the week of March 28. Participant’s age: 8-12 years old. Class size: Fee: Session 1 Session 2

“TEENS” Fitness TEENS! Intro to Fitness Class This three week class will cover fundamentals of exercise using the fitness center equipment (does not include the weight room), get a workout while learning, and be tested to determine understanding of safety and proper use of equipment. The member will meet once a week either in a group or one-on-one. After successful completion of the exam, the member may work out during all operating hours of the fitness center and will receive a certificate of completion (ages 11-13 require parental supervision). Fee:

NEW” Mother’s Day Special LIMITED TIME ONLY: purchase from 4/28/11- 5/8/11

Receive 20% OFF the purchase of a one hour massage therapy session for that special lady in your life. One purchase per household.

minimum 4/maximum 8 $30 per child #408240-02 (ages 8 – 12) #408240-03 (ages 8 – 12)

Ages:

$35 (per member in a group - minimum class size 3) / $105 (per member, one-on-one) 1 hour class meets once a week for three weeks with the trainer. 11-15 years

NATIONAL PHYSICAL FITNESS & SPORTS MONTH How Fit Are You? Take the 30 Day Challenge 5/1/11 – 5/31/11 Before and After Assessment by appointment (muscular endurance and strength, aerobic fitness, and flexibility) Registration: 4/11 – 4/24/11 Fee: $50 member ($65 non-member)

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Kid’s Korner

Massage Therapy

Childcare Service

After a workout, you deserve a session with our professional massage therapist, Sylvia Jascob. Both Swedish and deep tissue massages are available. Schedule an appointment at the front desk. Other hours are available upon request.

Hours:

Mon – Fri 9 am - 3 pm By Appointment Only

Kid’s Korner service is available to Park patrons who attend programs at the:

Fee:

1/2 hour session 1 hour session

• Community Center • Centre Court Athletic Club • Ahlstrand Fieldhouse • Hollywood Activity Center The age range for the Kid’s Korner is 3 months and up. Children may be left in the Kid’s Korner for a maximum of 2 hours. Call the Centre Court Athletic Club for additional information.

Punch Card System Purchase a punch card at the Centre Court Athletic Club during regular hours of operation. Users must have a punch card on file or purchase one before using the Kid’s Korner. If you have an appointment and are unable to attend, you must call to cancel by 7 am the morning of your appointment or you will be charged for the reserved time. Participants must make appointments by calling the Centre Court Athletic Club 24 hours in advance. Staff will stay 15 minutes past your scheduled appointment. If you are running late, please call to insure your appointment. If you are a regular user of the Kid’s Korner, you may pre-book your reservation 2 weeks in advance.

# of children 1 Child 2 Children 3 Children 4 Children

Hourly Rate $3.00 $6.00 $8.00 $10.00

Nannette Dukes, Fitness Coordinator For more information regarding Fitness Programs and Activities contact Nannette at (630) 837-6300 or n.dukes@hpparks.org

Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday

$28 ($34 nm) $42 ($50 nm)

2 pm – 4:15 pm 5:30 pm – 9 pm 5:30 pm – 9 pm 9:30 pm – 12:15 pm

Special appointment schedule by request

TREAT YOURSELF TREAT A FRIEND Give the “GIFT of HEALTH” Gift cards are available at the Centre Court Athletic Club customer service desk year round

This coupon entitles you to

One FREE Group Fitness Class Simply present this coupon on the day you attend, and enjoy a free trial of any one of our aerobics classes. Kid’s Korner service available at additional cost. Offer expires June 11, 2011

FREE! Fitness Room Orientation Orientation Learn how to use the fitness room equipment safely. We will demonstrate proper use of cardiovascular and weight machine equipment to help make your workout more effective.

Call 630-837-6300 to schedule your appointment.


PHONE


FAMILY INFORMATION FORM Updated form required annually & for online registration.

Required Information Primary Family Member: PLEASE PRINT First Name:

Last Name:

Address:

Date of Birth: City / Town / Zip Code:

Home Phone:

Cell Phone:

Work Phone:

E-mail Address: (E-mail address will be kept confidential. E-mail addresses are necessary for online registration purposes as well as for park district updates and information)

Hanover Park Park District Resident Status:

Resident

Non-Resident

FOR PARK DISTRICT RESIDENTS, two forms of identification are needed to document your address (driver’s license or State ID and utility bill). Annual proof of residency is necessary to guarantee that only residents living within the Park District’s boundaries receive discounted rates.

Emergency Contact Information Name:

Relationship:

Address: Home Phone:

City / Town: Cell Phone:

Zip Code: Work Phone:

Additional Family Members (SPOUSE and children under 21 years who live at the address listed above)

1. First Name: Grade: 2. First Name: Grade: 3. First Name: Grade: 4. First Name: Grade: 5. First Name: Grade:

Last Name: Relationship to Primary: Last Name: Relationship to Primary: Last Name: Relationship to Primary: Last Name: Relationship to Primary: Last Name: Relationship to Primary:

M or F

Birth Date:

Comments or Special Needs: M or F

Birth Date:

Comments or Special Needs: M or F

Birth Date:

Comments or Special Needs: M or F

Birth Date:

Comments or Special Needs: M or F Comments or Special Needs:

Birth Date:


REGISTRATION INFORMATION

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ATTENTION: HANOVER PARK PARK DISTRICT RESIDENTS All household information must be updated ANNUALLY with Hanover Park Park District residency documented with a Photo ID (Driver’s license or State ID) and current utility bill. Continued proof of residency is necessary to guarantee that only residents living with the Park District’s boundaries receive discounted rates. Thank you for your cooperation! ONLINE

1. Online Registration – www.hpparks.org Online registration is now available through our website. If you have not yet applied for online registration, a simple quick visit to the Hanover Park Park District Community Center at 1919 Walnut, Hanover Park, Illinois is necessary to complete the online registration form.

WALK-IN

2. In Person Register in person at the Park District office, 1919 Walnut Ave., Hanover Park, during regular business hours. If you have not already done so, you will be asked to complete a Family Information Form. Hanover Park Park District residents: Please bring in two forms of identification documenting your address within the boundaries of the Park District.

MAIL-IN

3. Mail-In Prior to mailing in your registration, a Family Information Form must be completed in person at the Park District office, accompanied by proof of Hanover Park Park District residency if you are a resident. Then, complete the registration form and mail to the Hanover Park Park District, 1919 Walnut, Hanover Park, IL 60133. Registration for Preschool and Before/After School Club programs must be made in person.

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4. Fax-In Prior to faxing in your registration, a Family Information Form must be completed in person at the Park District office, accompanied by proof of Hanover Park Park District residency if you are a resident. Fax completed registration form including Visa, Mastercard, or Discover credit card information to 630-837-9720.

PHONE

5. Phone-In Registration Prior to phoning in your registration, a Family Information Form must be completed in person at the Park District office, accompanied by proof of Hanover Park Park District residency if you are a resident.

Registration Information

Transfers

Financial Assistance

1. Review all registration, transfer and refund information. Fill out registration form completely. 2. Payment must accompany registration. Fax registration must be accompanied by a Visa, Discover or Mastercard. Make check or money order payable to the Hanover Park Park District. 3. Members of households with a delinquent outstanding balance shall not be allowed to register for park district programs or facilities until said balance is paid in full. 4. Members of households with a delinquent outstanding balance shall not be allowed to register for Park District programs or facilities until said balance is paid in full.

Requests must be made in person. A $5 fee will apply for most transfers. A $10 fee will apply for Preschool, After School Club, Before School Club and day camp programs.

The Youth Activity Supplement Program (Y.A.P.), sponsored by the Village of Hanover Park offers residents who experience undue hardship, an opportunity to enroll their children in recreation programs. For more information call Gina Mastro-Strickler at (630)837-2468, Ext. 121.

Residents and Non Resident Rates A “resident” is defined as anyone living within the geographical boundaries of the Hanover Park Park District. Residents in Hanover Park Park District have priority for limited programs. You may be required to pay the non-resident fee even though you live in Hanover Park because the boundaries of the village are not the same as the boundaries of the Park District. Non-residents may register for programs for a fee that is 50% percent higher than the resident fee or $15 over the resident fee, whichever is the smaller amount.

Refund Policy Refunds will not be granted for class(es) missed or forgotten. All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing. Forms for refunds are available at the Park District office. Refunds requested for a program prior to the start of a class will be assessed a $5 fee. A request for a refund after the program begins, but prior to the 2nd meeting, will also be assessed an additional prorated fee based upon the per class cost. NO refunds will be granted after the 2nd class with the exception of a written medical excuse with the fee based on the prorated cost per class and the normal service fee. Refunds for trips will not be given unless the trip is canceled by the Park District or a replacement is found to take the trip. A $10 refund fee applies for Preschool, After School Club, Before School Club, and day camp programs.

Photo Policy The Hanover Park Park District reserves the right to photograph or videotape participants in Park District programs, facilities or parks for the District's use.

Accessibility The Hanover Park Park District, Centre Court Athletic Club and all other facilities are accessible and comply with A.D.A. standards. The elevator in the Community Center is accessible from all three levels and is available for public use.

Program Code of Conduct To ensure enjoyable and safe programs for all participants, the Hanover Park Park District has developed a behavior code. Participants shall: • Show respect to all participants and staff • Refrain from using foul language • Refrain from causing bodily harm • Show respect to equipment, supplies and facilities Additional rules are developed for specific programs as deemed necessary by staff. Failure to comply with this Code of Conduct may result in removal from program or event without refund.


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Facility Rentals

Room Rentals

Park District facilities are ideal for parties, receptions, or private gatherings and are available when park programs are not scheduled. Payment and deposit must be made in advance to the Park District office. To make arrangements, or, for more information call the Park District office at 630837-2468. Service and civic groups, please call for rates.

Room Rentals – Community Centers Room Rentals Maximum capacity: 75 per section *Cash Deposit: $100 per section

Call for Pricing

FIELD RENTALS *$200 cash deposit required for field rentals.

Gym Rentals - Community Center Gym Maximum capacity: 400

Softball Field:

$25/hour

*$200 cash deposit required

Softball Field:

$190/full day (9 am to 6 pm)

Softball Prep:

$30/field

Season/events

Resident

N/R

Deposit

Winter

$60/hour

$85/hour

$200*

Field Supervision:

$15/hour

Summer

$50/hour

$70/hour

$200*

Lighted Fields:

add $25/hour per field

Dances

$100/hour

$150/hour

$500*

Soccer/Football Field:

$80/game (2 hours)

Picnic and Pavilion Rentals Fee Information:

Picnic permits and pavilion rentals will be available on a first come, first served basis beginning April 1 and ending October 31.

For groups of 100 people or more, a special request will be required and may result in an increased deposit. For additional information or to apply for a picnic permit, please call the Park District office at 630-837-2468. Pavilions:

Picnic Areas:

Ann Fox School Park Pavilion (4 picnic tables) East Harbor Park Pavilion (1 picnic table) Heritage Park Pavilion (4 picnic tables Ranger Park Pavilion (3 picnic tables) Wulff Pavilion (8 picnic tables) Ahlstrand Park Picnic Area Liberty Park Hollywood Park

Rental fees apply to pavilions only. A performance deposit is required for all pavilion and picnic area reservations.

Half Day Rate Full Day Rate

Performance

Deposit Individual (75 guests or less)

$50.00

$75.00

$50.00

Resident Discount

$25.00

$35.00

$50.00

Corporate

$50.00 $75.00 (or, more than 75 guests) Photo Rental at Ranger Park Pavilion (2-hour limit): $25.00 ($10.00 Resident Photo Rate)

$50.00

Picnic Tables – These are available at each site, however, additional picnic tables will be made available at a non-refundable rate of $10.00 per table.


FACILITIES & PARKS

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Tennis Courts - Outdoor

K. Elsie C. Johnson School

1451 Cypress School District 54

Tennis Courts - Indoor

E. Hanover Highlands School

Restrooms

5540 Arlington Dr. E School District 20

Recreation Building

J. Spring Wood Middle School

1754 Laurel Ln. School District U-46

Racquetball Courts

D. Laurel Hill School

Swimming Pool

5308 Arlington School District 20

Soccer

H. Greenbrook School

2150 Laurel Ln. School District U-46

Softball

C. Parkwood School

Sledding

1701 Greenbrook Blvd. School District U-46

Shelter

G. Horizon School

1035 Parkview Dr. School District 54

Picnic Area

B. Anne Fox School

Playground

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Elm & Center School District U-46

Ice Skating

6900 Catalpa 1035 Parkview Dr. 1919 Walnut Ave. Whitney & Goddard Edgebrook & Westchester Woodlake & Harbor Woodlake & Harbor Arlington Dr. West Merrimac & Monitor Star & Celebrity Park & Pine Tree Greenbrook Blvd. Irving Park & Longmeadow Army Trail & Bayside Pastoral Ln. Nautilus & Marine Newport & Newport Cir. Barrington & Bristol 1700 Greenbrook Blvd. Woodlake & Windward Lawrence & Morton

F. Ontarioville School

1100 Laurie Lane School District 54

Football

1. Ahlstrand Fieldhouse 2. Anne Fox School Park 3. Community Park 4. Discovery Park 5. Edgebrook Park 6. Harbor Park East 7. Harbor Park West 8. Heritage Park 9. Hidden Pond Park 10. Hollywood Park 11. Jensen Park 12. Kamradt Recreation Area 13. Liberty Park 14. Lions Park 15. Meadows Park 16. Nautilus Park 17. Oakwood Park 18. Ranger Park 19. Seafari Springs Aquatic Ctr. 20. Sunshine Park 21. Tower Park

A. Einstein School

Fishing

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Polar Express – Viaje en Tren

Ligas de Fútbol - Entre Ciudades

Acompaña a Santa y sus ayudantes a la estación de tren de Hanover Park y disfruta de chocolate y galletas. Después departe hacia el Polo Norte en el “Polar Express” y acompaña a los demás a leer la historia. Cuando llegues al Polo Norte, encontraras a Santa esperándote. Santa te acompañara cantando villancicos durante el camino de regreso a casa. No se te olvide traer tu cámara para tomarte una foto con Santa. También puedes traer tu copia de libro “Polar Express” por Chris Van Allsburg para leer junto con los ayudantes de Santa en el tren.

La Ligas Entre Ciudades proveerá una atmósfera competitiva para jugadores de todos los niveles. Se ofrecen equipos a 3ero/4to grado (U10), 5to y 6to grado (U12) y 7imo y 8avo grado (U14). Los equipos competirán contra equipos de Bartlett, Carol Stream, Streamwood, Elgin, Medinah and Bloomingdale Park Districts. Cada equipo practicará durante la semana y jugará el juego los sábados. Los jugadores se deben inscribir de acuerdo a su grado escolar en el año 2010/2011.

Día: Lugar: Edades: Costo:

Programa 304590-01 304590-02

Se necesitan entrenadores voluntarios para todos los equipos Entre-Ciudades. Aquellos interesados pueden obtener una aplicación en el Centro Comunitario. Entrenamiento y certificación están disponibles por medio del Distrito de Parques.

Sábado o Domingo Estación de Tren de Hanover Park Todas Adultos $10 ($15 nr) Niños $8 (12 nr)

Fecha 12/4 12/5

Hora

Practicas Comienzan: Juegos Comienzan: Juegos Terminan: Costo de Inscripción por Internet: Costo de Inscripción Tradicional:

9:45 – 11:30 am (tren sale a las 10:08 am) 1:45 – 3:30 pm (tren sale a las 2:08 pm)

Baile de Hija con Papá Niñas vengan a disfrutar de esta celebración del día de San Valentín con su Papá, Abuelo o amigo de la familia. Habrá baile, comida y bebidas. Cada pareja se tomará una foto y diseñaran un cuadro. Las niñas recibirán un lindo adorno. Día: Lugar:

Programa

Edad

Hora

Costo

304660-01

Todas

6 – 8:30 pm

$30 ($45 nr) por pareja Niña adicional: $15

Equipo

403100-01 403100-02 403100-03

Sábado, 5 de febrero del 2011 Estudio de Baile del Centro Comunitario

Programa #

La semana del 28 de marzo 16 de abril 11 de junio $70 ($85 nr) $80 ($95 nr) 3ero/4to Grado (U10) 5to/6to Grado (U12) 7imo/8avo Grado (U14)

Lily Garcia, Supervisora de Mercadeo Para más información en Español, por favor llama a Lily Garcia al 630.837.2468 (ext. 125) o l.garcia@hpparks.org

Baile de Princesas y Piratas Princesa, ponte tu corona y vestido royal. Piratas, tomen su espada y síganos. Blanca Nieves, Bella, Ariel, Jazmín, Cenicienta y los piratas danzantes estarán ahí para darte la bienvenida y enseñarte a bailar. Disfruta de pastel y punche, manualidades, música y mas sorpresas mientras conoces y bailas con otros piratas y princesas. Papas, traigan su cámara porque habrá muchas oportunidades para la foto perfecta. Parte de las ganancias ayudaran a la Escuela de Danza de Hanover Park para su colección de atuendos.

Inscríbete temprano, el espacio es limitado. La fecha límite de inscripción es el miércoles 2 de marzo. Día: Lugar:

Programa 405190-01

Sábado, 5 de marzo del 2011 Estudio de Baile del Centro Comunitario

Edad

Hora

Costo

3-10 con adulto

3 – 4 pm

$14 por pareja ($21 nr) $7 por niña adicional


COMMUNITY CENTER

GALLERY

Featuring the art of local artists and students, the Community Center Gallery is located near the Church Street entrance on the main level of the Hanover Park Park District Community Center, 1919 Walnut Ave. Join us for

monthly receptions. See schedule below. Call Susan Matthews, 630-8372468 ext. 132 or email s.matthews@ hpparks.org for more information and to confirm show/ reception dates.

January

November/December

February

November 5 - December 26

January 4 – January 31

February 2 – February 27

Ontarioville School: Work by students of Ms. Christa Bellock

Tri-Village Garden Club Photography Contest

Horizon School: Work by students of Ms. Cindy Walker

Reception: Monday, November 8, 5-7 pm

Reception: Monday, January 10, 6-8 pm

Reception: Monday, February 14, 5-7 pm

March

April-May

June

March 2 – April 3

April 8 – May 22

June 3 – July 4

Arts in Bartlett Annual Members’ Show

Mother’s Day Show Work by Rick Julison and Elayne Julison

Father’s Day ShowWork by Sharon Bechtold and Peter Garcia

Reception: Monday, March 14, 6-8 pm

Reception: Monday, April 18, 6-8 pm

Reception: Monday, June 13, 6-8 pm

ARE YOU READY FOR A SHOW?

The Hanover Park Park District Community Center Gallery, located at 1919 Walnut Ave. in Hanover Park, has approximately 50 running feet of wall space, and 80 feet when two moveable partitions are used. If you’re an artist with at least 20 pieces of art and would like to be considered for a month-long exhibit of your work, please call Susan Matthews at 630-837-2468 ext. 132 to request a show proposal application. One-person, two-person, and small group shows are considered, also.

The Hanover Park Park Foundation Mission Statement The Hanover Park Park Foundation is dedicated to supporting the HPPD in the development and enhancement of facilities and open space, as well as to assist in providing recreation and leisure opportunities for the residents of the HPPD for present and future generations.

Vision • Encourage partnerships and sponsorships within the HPPD community. • Assist the HPPD in providing lifetime enjoyment for the residents of Hanover Park. • Assist the HPPD in finding alternative revenue sources for program supplementation. • Assist the HPPD in fulfilling its mission of providing quality services, programs and facilities for the people residing in the Hanover Park Park District.

HPPF Endowment Fund Strengthen community ties by providing funding to scholarship programs for disadvantaged families in the Hanover Park community. Assist the Park District in its mission to provide recreation and leisure services to all its patrons. Cash Contributions: Donations from other foundations, organizations, corporations, or individuals are accepted and are essential in assisting the HPPF in ensuring that the Foundation serves its support purpose. All cash contributions are deductible. Insurance Policies: If you are no longer in need of an insurance policy and would like to donate it to the HPPF Endowment Fund to help provide services to your community you can! Policies are considered tax deductible. Real Estate Donations: Gifts for investment purposes or for new Park District property is an excellent way to make a permanent gift to the community. Donations are deductible, however government rules do apply. Securities: Stocks, bonds, annuities, and all other types of securities are accepted and would be a great assistance in helping HPPF with future investments. Wills and Trusts: Continue living your life through the parks. Real estates donations, bequest of personal property, insurance policies, or cash contributions have become community supporter’s way of carrying on after they are gone. One can support their community through these types of donations. Arrangements would need to be made by an attorney.


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DO YOU WANT TO BE A PART OF

SOMETHING GREAT?

VOLUNTEER for the Hanover Park Park District

You can choose from a VARIETY of events that will BENEFIT the community. HPPD has a new volunteer INCENTIVE program. If you like to help, this is your chance!

Please call 630.837.2468 to find out how YOU CAN MAKE A

DIFFERENCE

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