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ICE SKATING AT TURNER POND

SPRING FAMILY FUN FEST

DO MORE FOR LESS at the Roselle Park District WINTER/SPRING Registration begins Wednesday December 16

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NEW FOR 2010 AT THE ROSELLE PARK DISTRICT

Ice Skating at Turner Park is back! The Roselle Park District is bringing back ice skating to Turner Pond Ages 3-10

Check the website for more details www.roselleparkdistrict.com

NE W! 5 different party themes to choose from! MORE DETAILS ON PAGE 11

Winter/Spring Season

BUILDING CLOSED:

January 2-May 31, 2010

Thursday, November 26 -Thanksgiving Day Thursday, December 24 - Christmas Eve Friday, December 25 - Christmas Day Friday, January 1 - New Year’s Day Sunday, April 4 - Easter

Building & Fitness Center Hours Monday-Friday: 5:30 am-9:30 pm Saturday: 7:00 am-7:30 pm Sunday: 8 am-4 pm

Front Desk Hours Monday-Friday: 8 am-7 pm Saturday: 8:30 am-12:30 pm

LIMITED BUILDING HOURS: Front Desk: 8:30 am-12:30 pm Building & Fitness Center: 7 am-4 pm Friday, November 27 -Day after Thanksgiving Thursday, December 31 - New Year’s Eve

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Roselle Park District Board Meetings

Park Vandalism

The public is invited to all board meetings. Meetings are held at the Clauss Recreation Center on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm. For more information or to get involved with the park district, please call 630-894-4200. Notices of all public meetings are posted on the community board the Walnut Room in the Clauss Recreation Center. For proper consideration and to be added to the meeting agenda, requests to present ideas or issues should be submitted to the Director of the Roselle Park District 48 hours in advance.

Each year the Roselle Park District suffers several thousand dollars in damages as a result of vandalism. Should you witness any such acts, please call 911 and the Roselle Police Department immediately or our Parks Department office at (630) 894-2121 with any information that would lead to the apprehension of vandals.

Board of Commissioners

After Hours Drop Box

Roberta Borrino ............................................................President Glenn Spachman ...................................................Vice President Wayne Domke ...............................................................Treasurer Katherine Spencer .................................................Commissioner Tim Briscoe ..........................................................Commissioner Pat Weiss......................................................................... Secretary

Thank you for your help!

Roselle Park District The Roselle Park District has a yellow after hours drop box located in our lobby for your convenience. When the front desk is closed you can leave your program registration form, program evaluation forms, or a note to a staff person in the box and it will be processed the next day the front desk is open.

Mission Statement The Roselle Park District is committed to promoting and providing responsive recreational programs that provide the opportunity for fun, fitness and development of skills for all. We strive to maintain open space, quality parks, and facilities through sound financial principles.

Visit the Park District online at www.roselleparkdistrict.com Administration Department Heidi Lapin, Director of Parks & Recreation Lynn McAteer, Finance Specialist Teri Spragg, Human Resources Kathy Herrmann, Marketing Coordinator

(630) 894-4200 ext 228 (630) 894-4200 ext 235 (630) 894-4200 ext 225 (630) 894-4200 ext 237

hlapin@roselleparkdistrict.com lmcateer@roselleparkdistrict.com tspragg@roselleparkdistrict.com kherrmann@roselleparkdistrict.com

Parks Department Steve Sautter, Superintendent of Parks Mike Brown, Parks Department Matt Sautter, Parks Department Cody Sears, Parks Department

(630) 894-2121 (630) 894-2121 (630) 894-2121 (630) 894-2121

ssautter@roselleparkdistrict.com

Recreation Department Mose Rickey, Superintendent of Recreation Cristin Handlon, Recreation Supervisor Phil Knowles, Facility Supervisor Dee Kaiser, Aquatics/Recreation Supervisor Tressa Luttrell, Fitness Specialist Vic Orlandino, Recreation Coordinator

(630) 894-4200 ext 231 (630) 894-4200 ext 232 (630) 894-4200 ext 226 (630) 894-4200 ext 233 (630) 894-4200 ext 224 (630) 894-4200 ext 234

mrickey@roselleparkdistrict.com chandlon@roselleparkdistrict.com pknowles@roselleparkdistrict.com dkaiser@roselleparkdistrict.com tluttrell@roselleparkdistrict.com vorlandino@roselleparkdistrict.com

The Roselle Park District is located in the Clauss Recreation Center, 555 W. Bryn Mawr, Roselle, Illinois 60172

Winter/Spring Registration . . .

Clauss Recreation Center Phone: 630-894-4200 Fax: 630-894-5610 Fitness Center Phone: 630-894-4200 ext. 223

Softball Field Conditions Hotline Phone: 630-893-0939 Ice Skating Conditions Hotline Phone: 630-893-9261

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Parking Permits Lake Park Student Parking Permits (PK) In order to park as a Lake Park student in the CRC parking lot, a permit must be purchased. Lake Park student CRC parking permits for the Clauss Recreation Center lot are now available. Applications may be picked up at the front desk during established front desk hours. Permits are $37.50 for the remainder of first semester (beginning Monday, October 26, 2009), $75 for second semester, $37.50 for the last half of second semester (beginning Monday, March 15, 2010). Permit applications require a parent/ guardian signature, driver’s initials on each listed rule and regulation, and the student must produce driver’s license so initialed approval can be given by the front desk with application. Parking is limited to 40 spaces in the back two rows of the parking lot. Lake Park student vehicles parked without the corresponding permit on record, not parked in the designated parking area, or parked before or after set parking hours will be towed at owner’s expense. Parking permit may be revoked, denied, or not renewed for violations of District rules and regulations.

Table of Contents 02 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 14 |

Facility Hours Turner Park Ice Skating General Information LPHS Parking Permits Santa Mailbox Letter from the President Calendar of Events Bags Tournament Spring Family Fun Fest Beat the Winter Blues Daddy Daughter Date Night Birthday Parties Early Childhood Classes Preschool

15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 26 | 28 | 31 | 32 |

Recital Info Preschool Priority Enrollment Youth Club Kids School Day Out Trips Gymnastics Guitar/No School Sports Time Youth Piano/Spring Break Camp Summer Camp Youth Dance Youth Sports Youth Leagues Youth Fitness/IPRA Ski Trip Roselle Racers Swim Team Info

Supervisor Codes: To help in directing questions, please use the key that links the brochure programs to the Supervisor in charge. CH = Cristin Handlon, DK = Dee Kaiser, MR = Mose Rickey, PK = Phil Knowles, TL = Tressa Luttrell, VO = Vic Orlandino.

Class Symbols: are used to help you identify attributes to a class or program.

34 | 41 | 42 | 43 | 43 | 47 | 48 | 49 | 50 | 52 | 53 | 55 | 56 | 58 |

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Fitness Adult Leagues/ Adult Sports Adult Leagues/ Adult Open Gym Adult Dance/ Adult Guitar Adult Trips WDSRA Patron Code of Ethics Garden Club/ Dog Park Facility Rentals/Services Garden Plots/Disc Golf Skate Park Facility Map How to Register Registration Form

Class Symbols: Co-ops

Park Districts team up to offer great programs

Parent/Child

Parent/Child required

Adult Trip Exertion

1 shoe=minimal walking 2 shoe=moderate walking 3 shoe=a lot of walking

Park and Facilities News

WHO: Lake Park High School Students MIN/MAX: 0/40 LOC: Back 2 rows of CRC parking lot ID# DAY 30-9191-D M-F DATES: 10/26/09-12/18/09 (Remainder of First Semester) FEE: R $37.50/NR $37.50 ID# DAY 10-9191-A M-F DATES: 1/5/10-5/28/10 (Second Semester) FEE: R $75/NR $75 ID# DAY 10-9191-B M-F DATES: 3/15/10-5/28/10 (Last Half of Second Semester) FEE: R $37.50/NR $37.50

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The Grand Re-Opening of the Roselle Park District fitness center was on Saturday, September 26. The fitness center went under some very exciting changes! Improvements include: new ceiling tiles, a fresh coat of paint, improved lighting, HVAC enhancements, a brand new line of selectorized (strength) machines, a new Smith Press, a new Functional Trainer, rubberized plates and dumbbells, some new cardio machines, and the installation of a new television/audio system called Cardio Vision. The fitness center also has 4 pieces of ADA compliant (wheelchair accessible) strength equipment.

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Statue Stands in Tribute at Miracle Field This beautiful bronze statue has found a home at Miracle Field in Roselle. The statue was dedicated Wednesday, September 9th , as a testament to all athletes who come to the Miracle Field. This field is designed to allow athletes with disabilities from all over the DuPage County area to participate in America’s favorite pastime…baseball. In attendance were local dignitaries from the Village of Roselle, Roselle Park District, the Mayor of Roselle, and former White Sox player and current Community Relations Representative for the White Sox, Moose Skowron.

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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Winter/Spring 2009 Dear Residents: Parks are for walking, talking, riding, jogging, football, baseball, basketball and a million other things. Above all, parks are for people. As much as we all enjoy the open space and freedom our parks provide, rules do exist. Here are some of the basic rules, which allow everyone to have a safe, healthy and enjoyable time in our parks. • Parks close at sunset. • No alcohol or controlled substances in the park. • Dogs and other pets must be leashed (except within the confines of the Dog Park at Odlum). • Please pick up after your dog or pet and dispose of waste properly. • Please do not feed the ducks or geese. • Organized groups need a permit use Park District facilities, parks and fields. • If you see something suspicious, call the Roselle Police Department, who act as the park police. Do keep your fingers crossed for nice freezing weather on consecutive days this winter! The Roselle Park District hopes to bring ice skating back to Turner Pond! Nothing makes longtime residents grow more nostalgic than asking them about the fun times had “back in the day” skating on Turner Pond. Plans are underway to turn our favorite fishing spot into a place for figure 8’s and double salchows... just as long as Mother Nature cooperates! Keep your New Year’s resolution by trying out a new fitness class or explore the equipment options in our newly renovated Fitness Center. Daddy Daughter Date Night is the next biggie on our social whirl coming in February. Last year’s event was sold out, so please make your reservations early. Spring Family Fun Fest returns to Turner Park in May, with vendors, food, fun and FREE activities. As a reminder, Club Kids before and after school programs are conveniently offered at two local public school locations: Waterbury and Spring Hill. The School Day Out trips are included as part of fun for the attendees and their friends can sign up to go along. too! Whatever you choose, we hope to see you enjoying the Roselle Park District! Roberta Borrino President Board of Park Commissioners

COMMISSIONERS Roberta Borrino President Term expires 2011 Glenn Spachman Vice President Term expires 2013 Wayne Domke Treasurer Term expires 2013 Tim Briscoe Term expires 2011 Katherine Spencer Term expires 2013

For more information about The Roselle Park District Please contact Heidi Lapin Director of Parks and Recreation Email Hlapin@roselleparkdistrict.com Phone: (630)894-4200 ext. 228

Santa’s Mail Box Letters from Santa create holiday joy. Santa Claus has provided us with a special mailbox to put all of your letters in. Just drop off your letters to Santa in the Santa Express mailbox at the Clauss Recreation Center between December 1-10 and we will do the rest!

NEW! Gingerbread House Decorating, see page 22

Return address is required. (DK/MR)

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SAVE THESE DATES Daddy Daughter Date Night Sunday February 21, 2010 6-8 pm Clauss Gym

2ND ANNUAL WINTER BREAK ’09 BAGS TOURNAMENT

Roselle Medinah Softball & Baseball Organization REGISTRATION

Saturday, December 19th, at 12:00 pm at the Clauss Recreation Center

1/24,1/31, and 2/14 Clauss Recreation Center

Spring Family Fun Fest 2010

Santa’s Mailbox Drop off your letters to Santa in the Santa Express mailbox at the Clauss Recreation Center between December 1-10 Return address is required.

Saturday May 15, 2010 10 am-2pm Turner Park

Winter Spring Calendar 12/19 | 12/19 | 01/13 | 01/18 | 01/24 | 01/31 | 02/21 | 02/14 | 02/15 | 02/17 | 02/19 |

Gingerbread House Decorating, page 22 2nd Annual Bags Tournament, page 7 Adult Trip “My Fair Lady”, page 44 School Day Out Trip “Gameworks”, page 19 RMSBO Registration, page 27,30 RMSBO Registration, page 27,30 Daddy Daughter Date Night, page 10,60 RMSBO Registration, page 27,30 School Day Out Trip “Medieval Times”, page 19 Adult Trip “Funny Girl”, page 44 Adult Trip “Chicago Auto Show”, page 44

PARKS STAFF: Cody Sears, Matt Sautter, Mike Brown, and Steve Sautter

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02/26 | 03/10 | 03/14 | 03/24 | 03/31 | 04/16 | 04/25 | 05/05 | 05/15 | 05/16 |

School Day Out Trip “Brunswick Zone”, page 19 Adult Trip “Chicago Flower and Garden Show”, page 44 Early Bird Rate for Spring Youth Soccer League ends Adult Trip “Sentimental Journey”, page 44 Adult Trip “That’s Amore”, page 44 Adult Trip “Chicago History Tour”, page 44 RMSBO Opening Day, page 27 Adult Trip “Aboretum of South Barrington”, page 44 RPD Dance Recital at LPHS, page 15 Spring Family Fun Fest, page 9

RECREATION STAFF: Tressa Luttrell, Cristin Handlon, Dee Kaiser, Phil Knowles, Vic Orlandino, and Mose Rickey

www.roselleparkdistrict.com

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF: Teri Spragg,Heidi Lapin, Lynn McAteer, and Kathy Herrmann

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Special Event

Winter Break Bags Tournament WHO: Ages 13 and up MIN/MAX: 10-30 Teams (Rec + Pro) LOC: CRC Gym ID#

DAY

10-8050-A (Pro)

Sa

TIME

FEE

DATE

12:00 pm 12/19

DAY

10-8050-B (Rec)

Sa

TIME

FEE

DATE

12:00 pm 12/19

Saturday, December 19th

$50 (team)

ID#

$25 (team)

Prizes dependent on number of teams entered in each division. Increased award allotment for pro division.

12:00 pm - Clauss Recreation Center (VO) Trophies for winning teams in each division! Lunch provided by Wing Stop of Roselle! Double elimination bags tournament. Pro and Rec Divisions. Best of three matches. It may be cold outside, but you and your partner can be part of the hot bags tournament action inside the Clauss Rec Center. So sign-up early, let us know your team name, and off we go. We’ll start out with a catered lunch so you can catch up with your buddies and limber up during a half hour warm-up session. Then we get serious! Put your bag throwing skills against the best in the pro division with higher payouts and team trophies or find out how you rate with area rec-level players and a chance to win prizes and trophies, too.

No same day registrations!!! All entries must be received before December 15th!!! Pick up tournament rules when you register. Don’t delay!!! Fax, mail, or stop on by to sign-up!

Registration for this event begins immediately!

Clauss Recreation Center 555 W. Byn M awr Ave., Roselle 630-894-4200

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Spring Family Fun Fest 2010 Celebrate spring at Turner Park with some high-flying family fun at Roselle Park District’s 2nd Annual Spring Family Fun Fest! Come view the spectacular showcase of colors in the sky as Chicago Kite flies its collection of larger than life kites. Bring your fishing gear, and you can fish for fantastic prizes in the free fishing derby. If spring fever means you love seasonal decorations and gifts, you won’t want to miss the Craft Faire stationed all around Turner Pond. Get your bike in gear at the Village of Roselle free bike safety inspection station. Children of all ages will also be able to enjoy some inflatable fun, face painting, and balloon artistry, all for free! Mark your calendars today because you won’t want to miss this free, fun for the whole family event! WHO: ALL AGES

(CH) SPONSORED IN PART BY

Garden Club member helping with plant project for SFFF 2009

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Inflatable fun atSpring Family Fun Fest 2009

Appearance by Bearon atSpring Family Fun Fest 2009

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10:00 AM - 2:00 PM New this year • Food Vendors Rotary Bag Tournament Fundraiser • Inflatables Bloomingdale-Roselle • Fishing Derby Rotary Bags Tournament • Craft Fair 10am - 2pm • On-site Demonstrations $20 per team- for 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM a chance to win $100 • Face Painting For more info check out: • Kite Flying WWW.BRROTARY.ORG Or email BRRotary.Bags@gmail.com • Bike Inspections • Special appearance by Bearon

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20 Take your daughter out for a special evening that will be remembered forever! Mark your calendars for Daddy Daughter Date Night on February 21. This event features a DJ, complimentary photos, and delicious treats! See page 10 for more details. 19 Enroll your child in our dance program! We offer a variety of classes for all ages, including a NEW class just for boys-- Street Dance! Let your kids get their groove on while you get to relax. And don’t forget about the dance recital on May 15! (Page 25)

18 Celebrate your child’s birthday with us! NEW! Sit back and relax as the Birthday Brigade plans and hosts your child’s special day; taking care of set-up, take down and everything in between! Choose one of our predetermined themes to personalize the experience for your child. See page 11 for more details.

09 Register for a Park District Trip. This season we’re checking out the Car Show, the Arboretum Shopping Center, Funny Girl at Drury Lane, and much more – see page 44. 08 Ever wanted to learn how to play piano? Well, it’s never too late! Register for our private piano lessons offered on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Lessons are for all ages and skill levels. Check it out on page 22. 07 Bring a friend to learn ballroom dancing! Whether you’d like to learn in a free-style environment or more structured dances, we have the classes for you! Outshine everyone at your next big event with your new coordinated dance moves. (Page 43) 06 Abracadabra! Presto! Enroll your son or daughter in our exciting magic classes with the Magic Team of Gary Kantor. You will be watching in amazement as they perform simply mystifying tricks. But will they let you in on the secret? Learn more on page 17.

17 If you are a Lake Park student, buy a student CRC parking permit so you can park closer to school and avoid the chilly air from the longer walk from the Lake Park student lot.

05 Check out our Passport to Health Program! Visit Roselle parks to get your passport stamped. A completed passport will be your ticket to potentially win a valuable prize! See page 33.

16 Take the party indoors and rent out the Maple Room/Gym and have your own party/activity space!

15 Come inside from the cold and stop by for our Junior High School Open Gym or our No School Sports Time in the gym- all fees less than $5.00!

04 Try a new fitness

14 RPD Gift Certificates make terrific gifts. You can purchase a gift certificate for programs, dance classes, fitness memberships, merchandise, personal training and more. Gift Certificates are available for purchase at the CRC. 13 Throw a party for some friends and neighbors and talk up getting a team together for our Co-Rec Softball League. See page 41.

12 Forget the Christmas shopping for one day. Sign-up for an afternoon of lunch and bags action by entering our 2nd annual Winter Break tournament. See page 9.

11 Do something different this holiday season! Start a NEW family tradition! Join us at the first Gingerbread House Decorating Workshop. See page 22.

program. Nothing beats the winter blues like burning a few calories. Try one of our popular classes such as Yoga or Kickboxing, or try our new Cardio Mix class!

03 Visit our newly renovated fitness center! Several affordable membership options are available to suit your needs. 02 Discover the Secrets of Chinese Health Balls. They can relieve joint stiffness and soreness, relax muscles and joints. Their use can reduce the risk of carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, repetitive strain injury, rheumatism and arthritis. 01 Do something FREE and Healthy! Walk the indoor walking track. One mile is equivalent to 14 times around the track. Roselle is the one of very few park districts that doesn’t charge to walk the track. See page 54.

10 Create a great family memory, grab the kids and camera and skate at Turner Pond! See page 54.

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Please register early to guarantee your spot. Last year’s dance was sold out!

Come dressed up and ready to dance and have a good time. Enjoy refreshments, complimentary photos, and the music and magic of Jim Jensen Entertainment.

Sponsored in part by

Daddy Daughter Date Night Sunday, February 21, 2010 6:00-8:00 PM

Hear ye, hear ye! All young maidens age 10 and under and their beloved chaperones are hereby invited to attend the local ball at the Castle of Magical Music. Show the young lady in your life just how important she is by inviting her to this special evening out. Dads, granddads, big brothers, uncles or cousins are welcome to share this special night with their own sweet princess. This is a magical evening to be remembered forever! WHO: Girls age 10 and under with an adult MIN/MAX: 10/100

LOC: CRC Gym

ID #: 10-8010-E

DAY: Su

TIME: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

New this Winter ! Ice Skating on Turner Pond! Grab the kids and enjoy a Winter afternoon of family style fun! See page 54 for details!

Check out the variety of super fun that the Roselle Park District has to offer this Winter and Spring!

Add fun to your child’s after-school routine! Sign up for Club Kids, see more details on page 18.

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DATE: 2/7 FEE: R $25/NR $37.50 $10 for each additional girl

Registration for the Winter/ Spring season is being processed beginning December 16.

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NEW! Birthday Party Packages Ages 3-10 Celebrate your child’s birthday at the Clauss Recreation Center and relax while a member of our Birthday Brigade takes care of the set-up and activities in the theme of your choice. And when it’s all over, leave the clean-up to them! Each 2-hour party includes 10 guests, a Birthday Brigade staff member, party room, decorations, themed plates, cups and silverware. All you have to bring is the cake! The birthday child is FREE and additional guests are $5 each. To schedule your party, fill out a Birthday Party Reservation Form at least two weeks prior to your party date and submit it at the Clauss Recreation Center.

Fun N’ Games Friends and family alike will enjoy playing Bozo buckets, pin the tail on the donkey, relay races, and more! Join us for fun indoor games that get everyone up and moving! R $100/NR $115

Safari Adventure

Hawaiian Luau

If your child loves animals, then this is the party for them. Our staff will lead exciting games and craft activities. We will even play animal charades! R $100/NR $115

Aloha! Celebrate your child’s birthday in paradise, complete with palm tree decorations and Hawaiian music. We will have a hula hoop contest, limbo competition, and other luau games. Every guest receives a lei necklace. R $110/NR $125

Pirate Party Invite your child’s best mates on this pirate adventure. The birthday child will captain the ship as guests participate in pirate games and crafts. Pirate themed prizes will also be given. R $110/NR $125

Questions? Call Dee Kaiser at (630) 894-4200

Princess Paradise Treat your princess to a party of luxury. Enjoy dancing at the royal ball and games that every princess will love! Each guest receives a crown. R $110/NR $125

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Early Childhood

Tiny Tots (CH) Give your little one a great introduction to a preschool setting and a chance to interact with their peers during this 12 week class. Led by a preschool staff member our students will try a craft project, dance to music, open and dramatic play, and circle time makes this an enjoyable time for you and your child. This is a great way to spend some quality time together. Adults must attend class with their tiny tots. WHO: Children ages 18months to 2.5 years old by the first class with an adult CLASS MIN/MAX: 7/14 *No Class 3/30,3/31,4/2 LOCATION: Chestnut Room ID#

Young Rembrandts Pre-School Drawing Classes (DK) Pre-schoolers are so eager to learn, and a joy to teach. Young Rembrandts instructors provide a positive, nurturing environment for your child. Each week we’ll draw something these little ones are interested in, from fish, to teddy bears, rainbows to cowboys, and we’ll talk about the subject matter as we learn to draw it together. We’ll concentrate on the skills of drawing and coloring, but also work on developing fine motor skills, focus, listening, staying on task, spatial organization and patience. Classes are 45 minutes, all materials are provided- happy, smiling faces guaranteed. All new lessons, each session!

DAYS

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-1001-A

Tu

6:30-7:30 pm

1/12-4/6

R $100/NR $115

10-1001-B

W

6:30-7:30 pm

1/13-4/7

R $100/NR $115

10-1001-C

F

10:30-11:30 am

1/15-4/9

R $100/NR $115

Mommy and Me Playtime (CH) This class is designed to aid child and parents interaction not only with each other, but to also promote healthy relationships and playtime with other children their own age. Staff will put floor mats and bring out a variety of toys to aid in developing small and large motor skills. Parents will also have a chance to interact with each other and share ideas during this relaxed class time. Themes, music time, and just good plain fun are what this class boasts. Children are required to wear socks at all times WHO: 6 – 20 months w/ parent CLASS MIN/MAX: 10/20 LOCATION: Chestnut Room ID#

DAYS

*No Class 4/2

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-1017-A

F

9:15-10:15 am

1/22-3/12

R $25/NR $37.50

10-1017-B

F

9:15-10:15 am

3/19-5/7*

R $25/NR $37.50

Pre-school Drawing Classes WHO: Age 3 ½ - 5 CLASS MIN/MAX: 5/10 LOCATION: Elm Room ID# Day 10-4401-A W 10-4401-B W 10-4401-C W FEE R $68/NR $83

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Time 4-4:45 pm 4-4:45 pm 4-4:45 pm

Dates 1/6-2/10 2/17-3/24 4/7-5/12

See page 17

Art Classes for 6-12 yr olds

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

TOT ROCK! (CH) Music and fun for everyone! Parents and tots will boogie to the beat in this high-energy 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. Learn, dance, and play our way! www.rockitkids.com LOCATION: Thorndale Recreation Center – Heritage Room INSTRUCTOR: Rock-It Production, Inc. MIN/MAX: 2/3 per district AGE: walkers – 20 months w/ parent ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-1013-A

M

9:15 – 9:55 am

1/11-2/8

R $38/NR $53

10-1013-B

M

9:15 – 9:55 am

2/22-3/22

R $38/NR $53

10-1013-C

M

9:15 – 9:55 am

4/12-6/7

R $57/NR $72

The Kid Rock craze is sweeping the suburbs! Join this popular music and movement program and sing songs, dance to the beat, use rhythm instruments and props, and practice fine and large motor skills. While incorporating various learning styles, we combine imaginative play with fun, while improving listening skills and encouraging socialization. Parents participate in Kid Rock I; parents only stay for the first and last weeks in Kid Rock II. Sign up for all sessions as the curriculum does not repeat. Music and fun rolled into one! www.rockitkids.com LOCATION: Thorndale Recreation Center – Dance Room INSTRUCTOR: Rock-It Production, Inc. MIN/MAX: 2/3 per district AGE: walkers – 20 months w/ parent

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-1014-A

M

10:00-10:40 am

1/11-2/8

R $38/NR $53

10-1014-B

M

10:00-10:40 am

2/22-3/22

R $38/NR $53

10-1014-C

M

10:00-10:40 am

4/12-6/7

R $57/NR $72

ID# 10-5120-A DATE 1/6-2/24 ID# 10-5120-B DATE 3/3-3/24 ID# 10-5120-C DATE 3/31-5/19

KID ROCK II (2.5-4.5 years w/out parent) ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-1015-A

M

10:45-11:25 am

1/11-2/8

R $38/NR $53

10-1015-B

M

10:45-11:25 am

2/22-3/22

R $38/NR $53

10-1015-C

M

10:45-11:25 am

4/12-6/7

R $57/NR $72

Parent & Tot Gymnastics: 2-3 years (V0) This exciting Pre-Gymnastics program will introduce 2-3 year olds to the early basics of gymnastics through tumbling and children’s apparatus skills. Body awareness and balance will be developed through an “obstacle course” arrangement of mats, foam inclines, mail boxes, barrels, steps, beams and junior bars. One parent is required to attend with child. WHO: 2-3 yrs. old with an adult CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/12 LOC: Clauss Recreation Center South Gym

KID ROCK I (20-36 months w/ parent) DAY

All gymnastics classes are taught by the Gymkhana Gymnastics Club instructors. For all of the following classes, children should wear a T-shirt and shorts with socks, or a leotard and tights. Please note that these classes are taught at the Roselle Park District Clauss Recreation Center in the South Gym

Parent & Tot Gymnastics:2-3 years (V0)

KID ROCK I & II (CH)

ID#

GYMNASTICS Early Childhood Gymnastics

DAY W DAY W DAY W

TIME 10:15-10:55 am FEE R $47/NR $62 TIME 10:15-10:55 am FEE R $29/NR $43.50 TIME 10:15-10:55 am FEE R $47/NR $62

Youth Gymnastics 3 - 8+ See page 20-21

New Vaudville Classes See page 17-19

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PRESCHOOL

Roselle Park DIstrict

Roselle Park District Preschool Start your child on the path to a successful school experience with the Roselle Park District’s preschool classes. Classes for three and four yearolds are designed to give your child the tools and experiences they need to assure a positive transition to Kindergarten and beyond. Preschool classes feature: • A “learning through play” philosophy that encourages children to explore, discover, problem-solve and build self-esteem • Individual and group activities to develop social, emotional, language and cognitive skills • Developmentally appropriate themed activities • Field Trips and Special Guests • Gym time and outdoor play

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PRESCHOOL Openings are still available for the current 2009-2010 Preschool Year The 2009-2010 school year begins the week of September 7th, ends May 27th and follows the District 12 school calendar. All children enrolling in the Roselle Park District preschool must submit a current health record by the first day of class. The 3 and 4 year old classes require a $50 activities fee that covers all field trips, parties, and special preschool events though out the year.The non-resident tuition for the school year is an additional $45.

We offer three payment options for this program.  

Pay in full for the program at the time of registration Complete the automatic debit plan paperwork and authorize the park district to debit the monthly payment from your credit card. (a $3 processing fee will also be charged per month.)  Complete the automatic debit plan paperwork and authorize the Park District to debit the monthly payment from your checking account. (a $3 processing fee will also be charged per month.) A Registration form (completed in its entirety), one of the three payment options forms, the child’s birth certificate, and the intial $30 fee must be presented at the time of sign-up.

Need a break? Join the Roselle Park District for an early

VACATION! VACATION Saturday, May 15, 2010 Lake Park High School West Campus Auditorium Featuring: Roselle Park District dance students Special performances by other cultural arts program participants

Soon 2B3 Preschool (CH) Age: 3 years by 1/1/10 and toilet training Teacher/Child Ratio: 1:8 LOC: Chestnut * Prices reflects enrollment from January through May ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

30-1002-A

M/W

9:00-11:00 am

9/7/09-5/26/10

R $250/NR $295

30-1002-B

Tu/Th

9:00-11:00 am

9/8/09-5/27/10

R $250/NR $295

3 Year Old Preschool (CH) Age: 3 years by 9/1/09 and toilet-trained Teacher/Child Ratio: 1:9 LOC: Oak * Prices reflects enrollment from January through May ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

30-1003-C

Tu/Th

12:30-3:00 pm

9/8/09-5/27/10

R $731/NR $776

4 Year Old Preschool

Tickets: $5.00 and available beginning April 13

FEE

Check out the Winter/Spring Recital Dance classes! Information begins on page 24. Costume and recital fees are included in the dance fees!

(CH)

Age: 4 years by 9/1/09 and toilet-trained Teacher/Child Ratio: 1:10 * Prices reflects enrollment from January through May ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATE

FEE

M/W/F

12:30-3:00 pm

9/7/09-5/28/10

R $561/NR $606

M/W/F

12:30-3:00 pm

9/7/09-5/28/10

R $561/NR $606

LOC: Oak 30-1004-C LOC: Elm 30-1004-D

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Preschool Priority Enrollment

Priority Enrollment for 2010-2011 January 20, 2010 - March 18, 2010 To allow your child to maintain an ongoing relationship with our preschool programs, children currently in the “Soon2B3”, 3 year old, and Tiny Tot classes will be given the opportunity to take advantage of priority registration for the coming year. Siblings of current enrollees are also eligible for priority registration. Preschool tours and observations are available by appointment. Parents of perspective students may call 630-894-4200 to obtain more information.

REGISTER for the 2010-2011 Preschool Year

QUESTIONS? Please contact Cristin at chandlon@roselleparkdistrict.com or call 894-4200 ext. 232

Soon 2B3 Preschool (CH) Age: 3 years by 1/1/11 and toilet training Teacher/Child Ratio: 1:8 LOC: Chestnut Room ID# 30-1002-A 30-1002-B

DAYS M/W Tu/Th

TIMES 9:00-11:00am 9:00-11:00am

DATES Tuition for School Year 9/8/10-5/19/11 R $464/NR $509 9/9/10-5/20/11 R $464/NR $509

3 Year Old Preschool (CH) Age: 3 years by 9/1/10 and toilet-trained Teacher/Child Ratio: 1:9

A Registration form, completed in its entirety, one of the three payment options forms, the child’s birth certificate and your $30 fee must be presented at the time of sign-up

ID# 30-1003-A 30-1003-B 30-1003-C 30-1003-D

TIMES 9:00-11:30am 9:00-11:30am 12:30-3:00 pm 12:30-3:00 pm

DATES 9/9/10-5/20/11 9/9/10-5/20/11 9/9/10-5/20/11 9/9/10-5/20/11

LOC Oak Elm Oak Elm

Tuition for School Year R $752/NR $797 R $752/NR $797 R $752/NR $797 R $752/NR $797

4 Year Old Preschool (CH) Age: 4 years by 9/1/10 and toilet-trained Teacher/Child Ratio: 1:10 ID# 30-1004-A 30-1004-B 30-1004-C 30-1004-D

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DAYS Tu/Th Tu/Th Tu/Th Tu/Th

DAYS M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F

TIMES 9:00-11:30am 9:00-11:30am 12:30-3:00 pm 12:30-3:00 pm

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LOC Oak Elm Oak Elm

Tuition for School Year R $1039/NR $1084 R $1039/NR $1084 R $1039/NR $1084 R $1039/NR $1084

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Magic Class

(DK) Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn fascinating tricks from the Magic Team of Gary Kantor! 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, and each child receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn tricks that are age-appropriate. Additionally, you can sign-up for this class again and again as brand new tricks are always taught at each session!

FREE CLASS DECEMBER 30 Ages 5-7t

WHO: Ages 5-12 CLASS MIN/MAX: 5/30 LOC: Elm Room

4:00-5:00 pm ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-5221-A

Th

5:00-5:55 pm

1/28

R $20/NR $30

10-5221-B

Tu

6:45-7:40 pm

4/6

R $20/NR $30

Young Rembrandts Drawing Program (DK) Let’s get ready to draw amazing things together! Young Rembrandts’ innovative, step-by-step drawing method can teach any child how to draw – regardless of artistic ability, giving them skills to express their creativity that will last a lifetime. We provide all materials and brand new subject matter every week, ranging from animals, landscapes, still lifes, even art history. Our philosophy is to give children a very positive, nurturing environment, as we teach fundamental drawing techniques. You will see increased ability, self-confidence and self-esteem. All new lessons, each session! WHO: Ages 6-12 CLASS MIN/MAX: 5/15 LOCATION: Elm Room

ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-4402-A

W

5:00-5:50 pm

1/6-2/10

R $68/NR $83

10-4402-B

W

5:00-5:50 pm

2/17-3/24

R $68/NR $83

10-4402-C

W

5:00-5:50 pm

4/7-5/12

R $68/NR $83

Dickinson’s Little Vaudeville (DK) Does your child love to be on stage and have fun? Then join us in this non-competitive class set as an old-fashioned variety show featuring dancing, singing, acting, jokes, and juggling. Stage etiquette and Vaudeville history will also be taught. And laughing is encouraged! All students are invited to perform in our non-benefit shows and on the last day of each session, there will be a performance for family and friends. No performance experience needed. Classes are for girls and boys. Participants should wear casual clothes. WHO: Ages 5-7 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/16 LOC: Dance Room TIME: 4:00-5:00 pm DAY: W FEE: R $48/NR $63 ID #

DATE

Young Rembrandts Cartoon Drawing Classes (DK)

10-4022-A

1/6-1/27

Learning to draw can be lots of fun! Especially if we’re creating silly characters, funny expressions, and drawing sequences that tell jokes! This delightful program combines Young Rembrandts’ innovative step-by-step drawing method with light-hearted subject matters that engage children, their sense of humor and their vivid imaginations. Come join us, classes are 50 minutes, all materials are supplied. Giggles guaranteed. All new lessons, each session!

10-4022-B

2/3-2/24

10-4022-C

3/3-3/24

10-4022-D

4/7-4/28

10-4022-E

5/5-5/26

WHO: Ages 6-12 CLASS MIN/MAX: 5/15 LOCATION: Elm Room

FREE LESSON ON WED. DEC 30! ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATE

FEE

ID #

DATE

10-4403-A

W

6:00-6:50 pm

1/6-2/10

R $68/NR $83

10-4022-A1

12/30 No Charge!

10-4403-B

W

6:00-6:50 pm

2/17-3/24

R $68/NR $83

Pre registration is required for this FREE class

10-4403-C

W

6:00-6:50 pm

4/7-5/12

R $68/NR $83

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CLUB KIDS $MVC,JET "GUFS4DIPPM 1SPHSBN NEW THIS YEAR!! Punch Cards!

Club Kids After School Program (CH)

Not sure about your schedule? Don’t know when you’ll need to drop the kids off? Or maybe you just want your kids to have a great experience when they have a free day by coming and hanging out with the Roselle Park District staff? Well now we have an option for you!

TWO GREAT LOCATIONS Waterbury School and Spring Hill School The Club Kids After School program is a cooperative effort between the Roselle Park District, School District 12 and School District 20. The Club Kids Program provides a fun, structured, safe, environment for kids before and after school. Staff organizes daily activities including games, crafts, homework, quiet time, and athletic activities. The program is run at Waterbury School and Spring Hill for the entire 2009-2010 School Season! Parents can register their children for the before school program which operates daily from 6:30 am until the start of school, and/or the after school program which runs directly after school till 6:00 p.m. If you are registered in the after school program, many of the schools planned ½ days are also included. There is no separate registration required. Club Kids is not held on days when school is not in session. The Roselle Park District offers fun-filled activities, camps, and field trips many of these days. These “School Day Out” events listed on page 19, meet at the Clauss Recreation Center from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. Advanced registration at the Clauss Recreation Center is required for these activities and carries a separate fee. drop need to n you’ll great experie h w w kno ve a e ? Don’t our kids to ha g out with th Cards! hedule Punch about your sc ou just want y ing and hangin for you! Punch e y n Not sure ff? Or maybe ee day by com have an optio unch card is th r p fr fo e so the kid en they have a ? Well now w st for a 30-day ards are good h ff o c c h c n ta h w u s e c e p t h n c T ll u ic . tr en fu . P nges if rements Park Dis rogram Roselle on 30-day inc e Club Kids p funds or excha n th cards ru one month of There are no re l. s same a ester of schoo piration date. Price x m e e y s b e Type d n o se u $97.22 t o n re AM Care $239.66 cards a ID# -A PM Care $309.00 30-5003 -B 3 BOTH 0 0 30-5 -C 3 0 0 30-5

The tuition for the school year covers staff costs, supply costs, and a snack in the morning and afternoon. The child to staff ratio is 1:10. WHO: Eligible Waterbury School and Spring Hill School Students Class Min/Max: 10/40 each location Before School Care ID# Days Times 30-5000-A M-F 6:30-8:00 am 30-5002-A M-F 7:00-8:00 am After School Care ID# Days 30-5000-B M-F 30-5002-B M-F

Location Tuition for School Year Waterbury School R $875/NR $890 Spring Hill School R $875/NR $890

Times Location Tuition for School Year Dismissal-6pm Waterbury School R $2157/NR $2172 Dismissal-6pm Spring Hill School R $2157/NR $2172

BOTH Before and After School Care ID# Days Times Location Tuition for School Year 30-5000-C M-F 6:30-8:00am Waterbury School R $2781/NR $2796 and Dismissal-6pm 30-5002-C M-F 7:00-8:00 am Spring Hill School R $2781/NR $2796 and Dismissal-6pm Registration for the Club Kids Before/After School Program requires a completed Club Kids Registration Packet. This packet includes the Park District registration form, emergency contact form, and payment plan information. Please call or come by the Clauss Recreation Center to request Registration Packets. The three payment options for this program include. 1) Pay in full for the program at the time of registration 2) Complete the automatic debit plan paperwork and authorize the park district to debit the monthly payment from your credit card (a $3 processing fee will also be charged per month). 3)Complete the automatic debit plan paperwork and authorize the Park District to debit the monthly payment from your checking account (a $3 processing fee will also be charged per month).

**extended morning and evening times are available for trips, please call for details. TRIPS: Trip 1 - Waterworks Indoor Water Park, Schaumburg Park District. Trip 2 – Vertical Endeavors Indoor Climbing

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Come join us as we go on various field trips throughout the year! Don’t spend your day off at home; come out to play!

Dickinson’s Little Vaudeville (DK) Trip # 1

Gameworks (CH) Join us for a fun-filled day of all your favorite arcade games. From race car races, to virtual bowling, to Dance-Dance Revolution, there is something for everyone here at Gameworks! Game cards will be provided as well as a pizza and pop lunch. WHO: Children 6-14 CLASS MIN/MAX: 10/40 ID# DAY TIME 10-5104-A M 9:00 am-3:00 pm 10-5104-B M 7:00-9:00 am 10-5104-C M 3:00 pm-6:00 pm

DATE 1/18 1/18 1/18

LOC Maple Maple Maple

FEE R $25/NR $37.50 R $8/NR $12 R $12/NR $18

Trip # 2

Medieval Times (CH) Medieval Times lunch theatre and tournament. We will all cheer our brave Knight on to victory as he competes in games of skill, lance shattering action of the joust, and much more! Come experience all of the pageantry of the 11th century, while you dine on fresh pizza, ice cold soda, and delicious cookies. The King will also open his gift shops, stables, and dungeons for us to tour. Lunch Provided WHO: Children 6-14 CLASS MIN/MAX: 10/40 ID# DAY TIME 10-5102-A M 9:00 am-3:00 pm 10-5102-B M 7:00-9:00 am 10-5102-C M 3:00 pm-6:00 pm

DATE 2/15 2/15 2/15

LOC Maple Maple Maple

FEE R $25/NR $37.50 R $8/NR $12 R $12/NR $18

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Is your son/ daughter interested in being a performer? Looking to build his/her stage confidence for high school theatre? Then join us in this non-competitive class set as an oldfashioned variety show featuring dancing, singing, acting, jokes, and juggling. Stage etiquette and Vaudeville history will also be taught. And laughing is encouraged! All students are invited to perform in our non-benefit shows and on the last day of each session, there will be a performance for family and friends. No performance experience needed. Participants should wear casual clothes. WHO: Ages 7-15 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/16 LOC: Dance Room TIME: 5:00-6:00 pm DAY: W FEE: R $48/NR $63 ID #

DATE

10-4023-A

1/6-1/27

10-4023-B

2/3-2/24

10-4023-C

3/3-3/24

Brunswick Zone (CH)

10-4023-D

4/7-4/28

Trip includes 2 hours of bowling, shoes and 10 tokens to the arcade for each participant.

10-4023-E

5/5-5/26

WHO: Children 6-14 CLASS MIN/MAX: 10/40 ID# DAY TIME 10-5112-A F 9:00 am-3:00pm 10-5112-B F 7:00-9:00am 10-5112-C F 3:00 pm-6:00pm

FREE LESSON ON WED. DEC 30! DATE 2/26 2/26 2/26

LOC Maple Maple Maple

FEE R $25/NR $37.50 R $8/NR $12 R $12/NR $18

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ID #

DATE

10-4023-A1

12/30 No Charge!

Pre registration is required for this FREE class

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YOUTH GYMNASTICS

Youth Gymnastics

Gymnastics I: 3-5 years (VO) This exciting Pre-Gymnastics program will introduce 3-5 year olds to the early basics of gymnastics through tumbling and children’s apparatus skills. Body awareness and balance will be developed through an “obstacle course” arrangement of mats, foam inclines, mail boxes, barrels, steps, beams and junior bars. WHO: 3-5 yrs. old CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/15 LOC: CRC Gym, South ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-5130-A

W

11:00-11:40 am

1/6-2/24

R $47/NR $62

10-5130-B

W

11:45 am-12:25 pm

1/6-2/24

R $47/NR $62

10-5130-C

W

11:00-11:40 am

3/3-3/24

R $29/NR $43.50

10-5130-D

W

11:45 am-12:25 pm

3/3-3/24

R $29/NR $43.50

10-5130-E

W

11:00-11:40 am

3/31-5/19

R $47/NR $62

10-5130-F

W

11:45 am-12:25 pm

3/31-5/19

R $47/NR $62

The Youth Gymnastics classes are designed to teach beginning through advanced gymnastics skills. Children develop body awareness, control, balance, flexibility and strength. Children should wear T-shirt and shorts with socks, or a leotard and tights. All of the Youth Gymnastics classes are taught by Gymkhana Gymnastics Club instructors at the Gymkhana Gymnastics Club (GGC).

Beginner Gymnastics (VO) Class is designed for children six years of age and older. Further development of strength balance and coordination, taught in the Pre-Gymnastics program, will be stressed through tumbling and basic apparatus skills. WHO: 6+ yrs. old CLASS MIN/MAX: 1/12 ** Boys Only LOC: Gymkhana Gymnastics Club*

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-5150-A

Tu

4:00-5:00 pm

1/5-2/23

R $52/NR $67

Gymnastics II: 4-6 years (VO)

10-5150-B

Th

4:00-5:00 pm

1/7-2/25

R $52/NR $67

This class is a continuation of Gymnastics I and further develops gymnastics skills by introducing standard gymnastics equipment.

10-5150-C

Th

4:00-5:00 pm

1/7-2/25

R $52/NR $67

10-5150-D

Tu

4:00-5:00 pm

3/2-3/23

R $35/NR $50

10-5150-E

Th

4:00-5:00 pm

3/4-3/25

R $35/NR $50

10-5150-F

Th

4:00-5:00 pm

3/4-3/25

R $35/NR $50

10-5150-G

Tu

4:00-5:00 pm

3/30-5/18

R $52/NR $67

10-5150-H

Th

4:00-5:00 pm

4/1-5/20

R $52/NR $67

10-5150-I**

Th

4:00-5:00 pm

4/1-5/20

R $52/NR $67

WHO: 4-6 yrs. old CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/15 LOC: Gymkhana Gymnastics Club* ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-5140-A

Sa

9:00-9:45 am

1/9-2/27

R $47/NR $62

10-5140-B

Sa

9:00-9:45 am

3/6-3/27

R $29/NR $43.50

10-5140-C

Sa

9:00-9:45 am

4/3-5/22

R $47/NR $62

Advanced Beginner Gymnastics (V0) These classes are designed for students who already possess basic gymnastics skills and are ready to move on to more challenging skills such as backbends and handstands. Instructor’s recommendation is required. WHO: 6+ yrs. old CLASS MIN/MAX: 1/12 LOC: Gymkhana Gymnastics Club ID#

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DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-5160-A

Tu

5:00-6:00 pm

1/5-2/23

R $52/NR $67

10-5160-C

Tu

5:00-6:00 pm

3/2-3/23

R $35/NR $50

10-5160-D

Tu

5:00-6:00 pm

3/30-5/18

R $52/NR $67

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Intermediate Gymnastics (VO) Building on skills learned in the Advanced Beginner class, students learn more challenging skills such as front/back walkovers and back handsprings. Instructor’s recommendation is required. WHO: 8+ yrs. old CLASS MIN/MAX: 1/12 LOC: Gymkhana Gymnastics Club* *The Gymkhana Gymnastics Club is located at 1700 Tower Drive in Hanover Park ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-5170-A

M

4:30-6:00 pm

1/4-2/22

R $75/NR $90

10-5170-B

M

4:30-6:00 pm

3/1-3/22

R $39/NR $54

10-5170-C

M

4:30-6:00 pm

3/29-5/17

R $39/NR $54

Guitar Lessons Have you or your child ever heard a song on the radio and wished you could play it? Well here’s your chance! Guitar FUN-damentals, (previously T.D. Clark Productions), is coming to Roselle Park District! Guitar FUN-damentals provides high quality instruction in a friendly format that stresses having fun, as well as learning! In Beginning Guitar 1, the students will learn basic chords, sight reading, and songs. In Beginning Guitar 2, the students continue to build on the skills learned in Guitar 1. They will learn more advanced chords, sight reading and songs than Book 2, but in the same fun format!

INTERMEDIATE – GUITAR 2 (CH) WHO: ages 7+ *Must complete Guitar 1 to register for Guitar 2 CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/12 LOCATION: CRC – Chestnut Room ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-5557-D

Tu/Th

5:00-6:00 pm

1/5-1/28

R $116/ NR $131

10-5557-E

Tu/Th

5:00-6:00 pm

2/2-2/25

R $116/ NR $131

10-5557-F

Tu/Th

5:00-6:00 pm

3/2-3/25

R $116/ NR $131

GUITAR BOOT CAMP (CH)

The Guitar Boot Camp Class teaches basic Chords, Scales, Strumming patterns, and some WHO: ages 13-18 basic music theory to get the student playing CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/12 quickly. Emphasis on learning chord sequences LOCATION: CRC – Chestnut Room so the student can play some popular songs.

ID#

DAY

TIME

FEE

10-5558-A

Tu/Th

6:00-7:00 pm

1/5-1/28

R $116/ NR $131

10-5558-B

Tu/Th

6:00-7:00 pm

2/2-2/25

R $116/ NR $131

10-5558-C

Tu/Th

6:00-7:00 pm

3/2-3/25

R $116/ NR $131

No School Sports Time (PK)

**A one-time book fee applies (16.19) for all classes. This is due at the first class payable to Guitar FUN-damentals. The books all include a play-along CD-ROM and the student gets to keep the book upon completion of the course.**

Parents, do the kids have

**Participants need to provide their own acoustic or electric guitar for class.**

BEGINNER – GUITAR 1

DATE

the day off from school? Need some peace and quiet? (CH)

Tired of them staring at that TV or listening to their Ipod?

WHO: ages 7+ CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/12 LOCATION: CRC – Chestnut Room

Alright, make some calls, and get the car pool going! We are turning the gym over to the kids for some high-pow-

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-5770-A

Tu/Th

4:00-5:00 pm

1/5-1/28

R $116/ NR $131

10-5770-B

Tu/Th

4:00-5:00 pm

2/2-2/25

R $116/ NR $131

10-5770-C

Tu/Th

4:00-5:00 pm

3/2-3/25

R $116/ NR $131

ered basketball fun! A supervisor will be on hand to keep the action fun and safe on both courts. WHO: Grades 3-6 TIME: 12:00-1:30pm CLASS MIN/MAX: Open WHO: Grades 7-8 TIME: 1:30-3:00pm CLASS MIN/MAX: Open DATES: 1/18, 2/15, 2/26, 3/29, 3/30, 3/31, 4/1, 4/2, 5/28 FEE: $3

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GINGERBREAD HOUSE DOCORATING/ SPRING BREAK DAY CAMP/PIANO Join Leslie Little and Heidi Lapin for

Gingerbread House Decorating

Private Piano (DK) NEW! Thursday classes now available!

What better way to start the holiday season then decorating your very own gingerbread house? Come construct a prebaked gingerbread house at the Roselle Park District. We will enjoy juice and cookies while we listen to Christmas carols and decorate!

Private piano is an alternative to group instruction for the student who may be more comfortable in a private setting or has gone beyond the group levels. Proper technique, music theory, ear training, and music reading are all emphasized. Method books may be suggested from the instructor for an additional fee which varies by age. Thirty-minute private lessons are available for beginning through intermediate piano students between 4 pm and 8 pm.

Saturday, December 19 10-11 am

WHO: Ages 5 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 1/1 LOC: Mulberry Room

ID: 10-4420-A FEE: $15 MIN/MAX: 6/16 AGES: 6-12 years old LOCATION: CRC

ID#

Each child will decorate and take home their very own gingerbread house!

(CH) Get out of the house and put some Spring in your day with the Roselle Park District. Be prepared for exciting spring break games, crafts, and activities. The adventure doesn’t stop there, brace yourself to go on an exciting trip! We will be going to Brunswick Zone for some bowling and arcade games! If you’re ready to shake off those winter blues, come join us for an exciting week of fun! WHO: Ages 6-14 CLASS MIN/MAX: 15/40

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-4300-A1

Tu

4:00-4:30 pm

1/5-2/9

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-B1

Tu

4:30 -5:00 pm

1/5-2/9

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-C1

Tu

5:15-5:45 pm

1/5-2/9

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-D1

Tu

5:45-6:15 pm

1/5-2/9

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-E1

Tu

6:15-6:45 pm

1/5-2/9

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-F1

Tu

7:00-7:30 pm

1/5-2/9

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-G1

Tu

7:30-8:00 pm

1/5-2/9

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-A2

Th

4:00-4:30 pm

1/7-2/11

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-B2

Th

4:30 -5:00 pm

1/7-2/11

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-C2

Th

5:00 -5:30 pm

1/7-2/11

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-A3

Tu

4:00-4:30 pm

2/16-3/23

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-B3

Tu

4:30 -5:00 pm

2/16-3/23

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-C3

Tu

5:15-5:45 pm

2/16-3/23

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-D3

Tu

5:45-6:15 pm

2/16-3/23

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-E3

Tu

6:15-6:45 pm

2/16-3/23

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-F3

Tu

7:00-7:30 pm

2/16-3/23

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-G3

Tu

7:30-8:00 pm

2/16-3/23

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-A4

Th

4:00-4:30 pm

2/18-3/25

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-B4

Th

4:30 -5:00 pm

2/18-3/25

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-C4

Th

5:00-5:30 pm

2/18-3/25

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-A5

Tu

4:00-4:30 pm

4/6-5/11

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-B5

Tu

4:30 -5:00 pm

4/6-5/11

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-C5

Tu

5:15-5:45 pm

4/6-5/11

R $126/NR $141

10-4300-D5

Tu

5:45-6:15 pm

4/6-5/11

R $126/NR $141

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-4300-E5

Tu

6:15-6:45 pm

4/6-5/11

R $126/NR $141

10-5001-A

M-F

9:00 am-3:00pm

3/29-4/2

R $173/NR $188

10-4300-F5

Tu

7:00-7:30 pm

4/6-5/11

R $126/NR $141

10-5001-B

M-F

7:00 am-9:00am

3/29-4/2

R $42/NR $57

10-4300-G5

Tu

7:30-8:00 pm

4/6-5/11

R $126/NR $141

10-5001-C

M-F

3:00 pm-6:00pm

3/29-4/2

R $60/NR $75

10-4300-A6

Th

4:00-4:30 pm

4/8-5/13

R $126/NR $141

If you would only like to attend the trips, this is the option for you!

10-4300-B6

Th

4:30 -5:00 pm

4/8-5/13

R $126/NR $141

Brunswick Zone

10-4300-C6

Th

5:00-5:30 pm

4/8-5/13

R $126/NR $141

10-5001-D

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W

9:00 am-3:00pm

3/31

R $ 25/NR $37.50

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Summer Camp (TL) Summer Camp at the Roselle Park District includes a wide variety of children’s programs that combine education and fun, individual attention and group interaction. Camp will meet daily at the Clauss Recreation Center, with a new theme and related activities every week. The schedule includes field trips, swimming, theme days, arts and crafts, games and a variety of other activities. Children need to bring sunscreen, a lunch and drink daily. Every camper receives a Roselle Park District camp shirt. Register early so you don’t miss out! Pick up a registration packet at the front desk today! Registration begins 4/1. Register by 5/1 and receive a 5% discount. Registration must be accompanied by full payment or Payment Plan Authorization/Registration. Please note a service charge of $5/month will be applied to all payment plans.

WHO: 5-12 yr. olds (must have had 5th birthday by start of camp) CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/40 ID# 20-5001-M 20-5002-M 20-5003-M 20-5004-M 20-5005-M 20-5006-M 20-5007-M 20-5008-M 20-5009-M

DAY M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

TIME 9:00-3:00 pm 9:00-3:00 pm 9:00-3:00 pm 9:00-3:00 pm 9:00-3:00 pm 9:00-3:00 pm 9:00-3:00 pm 9:00-3:00 pm 9:00-3:00 pm

DATE 6/14-6/18 6/21-6/25 6/28-7/2 7/5-7/9 7/12-7/16 7/19-7/23 7/26-7/30 8/2-8/6 8/9-8/13

LOC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC

FEE R $115/NR $130 R $115/NR $130 R $115/NR $130 R $115/NR $130 R $115/NR $130 R $115/NR $130 R $115/NR $130 R $115/NR $130 R $115/NR $130

Extended AM, PM and payment plan options are available, pick up your Summer Camp Registration Packet at the front desk or at www.roselleparkdistrict.com for more details!

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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS BALLET Ballet is the foundation of dance. Students will learn the basic positions and movements that are the building blocks essential to proper dance technique. Correct posture and technique will be emphasized. Ballet shoes are required.

TAP

Roselle Park DIstrict Youth Dance (DK) Dance Class Levels Level 1: No experience necessary Level 2: 1 to 2 full-consecutive years of experience Information on Spring Recital See page 15

Students will develop rhythm and agility as they learn this dynamic form of dance. Instructor will teach the fundamentals of tap, including basic tap sounds and combinations. Students will also further develop skills in strength and speed. Tap shoes are required.

JAZZ In our Jazz classes, instructors will emphasize body line, flexibility, and isolations. Students will participate in warm-up exercises, across the floor progressions and combinations, as well as other skills. Through jazz, students will develop strength and style. Jazz shoes are recommended.

HIP-HOP Dancers will increase their strength and style as they participate in this fast paced form of dance. Dancers will learn to isolate and “pop” each part of their body while listening to today’s latest music. Hip-Hop sneakers are recommended.

COMBINATION CLASSES These classes provide beginning dancers a broader sampling of dance by combining any two of the following disciplines: Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop. Instructors will emphasize positions, posture, body line, flexibility, and isolations. Students will participate in warm-up exercises, across the floor progressions and combinations, as well as other skills. Through combination classes, students will also increase their strength, style, and rhythm. NEW! Street Dance This is a Hip-Hop class especially for young men and boys to learn about dance in a fun environment! Dancers will increase their strength and style as they participate in this fast paced form of dance.

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YOUTH DANCE Costume and Recital fees are included in price.

CLASS

AGE

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

LOC

FEE

Ballet/Tap

3-4

10-4072-A

W

12:45 -1:25 pm

1/6-5/15*

Sycamore

R $130/NR $145

4-6

10-4072-B

W

1:30-2:10 pm

1/6-5/15*

Sycamore

R $130/NR $145

4-6

10-4074-A

Sa

1-1:40 pm

1/9-5/15*

Sycamore

R $130/NR $145

4-6

10-4076-A

W

2:15-2:55 pm

1/6-5/15*

Sycamore

R $130/NR $145

6-8

10-4076-B

Tu

5:30 -6:25 pm

1/5-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

WHO: Ages 4-10 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 3/30 or 3/31

8-10

10-4076-C

Tu

6:30 -7:25 pm

1/5-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

Street Dance

4-6

10-4080-A

Tu

11:15 -11:55 am

1/5-5/15*

Sycamore

R $130/NR $145

4-6

10-4080-B

Tu

12:00 -12:40 pm

1/5-5/15*

Sycamore

R $130/NR $145

WHO: Ages 4-10 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 3/30 or 4/1

7-10

10-4080-C

Th

4:30-5:25 pm

1/7-5/15*

Sycamore

R $130/NR $145

Ballet 1

6-8

10-4001-A

Sa

9:00-9:55 am

1/9-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

6-10

10-4001-B

Tu

4:30-5:25 pm

1/5-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

6-8

10-4021-A

Sa

10:00-10:55 am

1/9-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

6-10

10-4061-A

Sa

1:45-2:25 pm

1/9-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

9-12

10-4062-A

Sa

2:30 -3:25 pm

1/9-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

6-8

10-4011-A

Th

5:30-6:25 pm

1/7-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

6-8

10-4011-B

Sa

11:00-11:55 am

1/9-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

9-12

10-4012-A

Th

6:30-7:25 pm

1/7-5/15*

Sycamore

R $146/NR $161

WHO: Ages 3-6 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 3/31

Ballet/Jazz WHO: Ages 4-6 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 4/3

Jazz/Tap

WHO: Ages 6-10 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 3/30 or 4/3

Jazz 1 WHO: Ages 6-8 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 4/3

Tap 1 WHO: Ages 6-10 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 4/3

Tap 2 WHO: Ages 9-12 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 4/3

Hip-Hop 1 WHO: Ages 6-8 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 4/1 or 4/3

Hip-Hop 2 WHO: Ages 9-12 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/12 *No Class 4/1

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Spring Training Baseball (VO) Batter up! Get your youngster an early start for the upcoming baseball season while avoiding those spring rains and soggy fields. This class is the fun way to learn the basics of throwing, catching, and hitting. Parents are encouraged to participate with the instruction. Only safety and “wiffle” balls will be used. This program is a great way to make your child’s season more successful and enjoyable. Wear gym shoes and bring your new glove! WHO: Ages 5-6 GRADES: K/1st CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/12 LOC: CRC Gym ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-3800-A

M

5:00-5:45 pm

3/1-4/5

R $33/NR $48

10-3800-B

W

5:00-5:45 pm

3/3-4/7

R $33/NR $48

DATE

FEE

WHO: Ages 7-9 GRADES: 2-4 CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/12 ID#

DAYS

TIME

10-3801-A

M

5:50-6:50 pm

3/1-4/5

R $39/NR $54

10-3801-B

W

5:50-6:50 pm

3/3-4/7

R $39/NR $54

Spring Training Softball (VO) Girls know that “if fast pitch was easy they’d call it baseball!” This class is the fun way to improve your daughter’s throwing, catching and batting mechanics in preparation for the upcoming softball season. Players should expect to perform stretching, running, throwing, catching, and fielding drills along with hitting off a tee. Wear gym shoes, bring your glove. Regulation, weighted, “softee” and “wiffle” balls will be used in class. This class is a great way for your daughter to learn the fundamental softball skills necessary to truly enjoy her season. WHO: Ages 7-10 Grades: 2-4 CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/12 LOC: CRC Gym ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATE

FEE

10-3802-A

Th

6:00-7:00 pm

3/4-4/8

R $39/NR $54

The Roselle Park District staff would like to thank our volunteer soccer coaches for their time and efforts this past fall season. Their names: Jerry Krokos, David Zielinski, Andres Basso, Andrea Newmes, Scott Boesen, Jon Oleksyk, Larry Ruth, and Charlie Matson.

Volunteer Coaches Needed! Be it our in-house soccer and basketball leagues or Raptors travel basketball teams, volunteer coaches are a valuable ingredient in our youth athletic programs. Without caring moms and dads from the community, giving of their time and effort, we would not be able to offer these types of activities. They understand the valuable lessons of participation, teamwork, character, and sportsmanship. The Roselle Park District feels these long-term principles are paramount and cannot be shoved aside in order to achieve short-term “victories.” If you are a “first timer,” coach’s clinics will be held for those interested in this fun and rewarding opportunity. Please call Vic Orlandino at 630-894-4200 for details.

Volunteer Coaches Needed!!

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ROSELLE MEDINAH SOFTBALL & BASEBALL ORGANIZATION In partnership with the Roselle and Medinah Park Districts

Announces the 2010 registration dates and times When:

Sunday, January 24th Sunday, January 31st Sunday, February 14th

Where:

Roselle Park District Clauss Recreation Center Downstairs in the Maple Room

12 – 3pm 12 – 3pm 12 – 4pm

The following are the age divisions available Age cut offs are January 1st for girls and May 1st for boys

Girls

Boys x x x x x x x

5 - 6 T – Ball 7 – 8 Pee Wee 9 – 10 Minors 11 -12 Majors 13 - 14 Ponies 15 – 16 Fillies 17 - 18 Seniors

5 – 6 T – Ball 7 – 8 Pee Wee 9 – 10 Minors 11 – 12 Majors 13 – 14 Ponies 15 – 16 Colts 17 – 18 Palominos

Opening Day is April 25th Tournament Team tryouts will be held May 1st and May 2nd

Visit us at www.rmsbo.org or call (630) 200-9195 for more information

ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATES

FEE

30-3201-Z

Th

7:00-8:00 pm

9/10

FREE

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Lil Kickers (VO) Parents will get a kick out of their child’s first instructional soccer class. Emphasis will be placed on following directions and learning the basic skills of soccer all while having fun! Lead-up games involving running, shooting, dribbling, and passing will be played weekly. Classes will be held outside, weather permitting. Depending on gym availability and weather conditions, class may be moved indoors and/or to a different day of the week. Children will need to wear plastic shin guards. Don’t forget to bring your size three youth soccer ball and water bottle.

Big Kickers (VO)

WHO: Ages 3-4 CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/12 LOC: Waterbury

WHO: Ages 5-6 CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/12 LOC: Waterbury

ID#

DAY

*No class 5/31

TIME

DATE

Not quite ready for our spring soccer league? Just learning the game? Well, here’s the chance to get your son/daughter all squared away for fall league. Emphasis will be placed on following directions and learning the basic skills of soccer all while having fun! Lead-up games involving running, kicking, dribbling, and passing will be played weekly. Classes will be held outside, weather permitting. Depending on gym availability, class may be moved indoors. Children will need to wear plastic shin guards. Don’t forget to bring your size three youth soccer ball and water bottle. *No class 5/31

FEE

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

FEE

M

5:00-6:00 pm

4/19-6/7*

R $38/NR $53

W

5:00-6:00 pm

4/21-6/2

R $38/NR $53

10-3225-A

M

4:00-4:45 pm

4//19-6/7*

R $31/NR $46

10-3226-A

10-3225-B

W

4:00-4:45 pm

4/21-6/2

R $31/NR $46

10-3226-B

Spring Youth Soccer League (VO) Emphasis in the Mid-Suburban Soccer League is placed on individual instruction, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Teams will be based on approximately 12 to 15 players per roster depending on age groups. Waiting lists will be used until there are enough players and a volunteer head coach to form another team. Games are played on Saturdays against neighboring park districts. Competition will start April 17th. Practices will be held during the week based on coach’s availability. Practices will start two weeks prior to game play dependent upon securing enough volunteer coaches. Parents will receive a call from their child’s coach once the team selection process is completed. The number of teams competing this spring out of the Roselle Park District is to be submitted to league officials on March 16th for scheduling purposes. Registering before or after this date does not necessarily guarantee a spot on a team due to minimum and maximum numbers needed to form a team. It is imperative to register early! Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

Volunteer coaches are always needed for this program. Please indicate on registration form if you would be able to manage a team. Also, please let our front desk staff know if you would be interested in coaching. They will make note of this in our computer registration software. If you are not familiar with the game of soccer, don’t worry, we can teach you everything you need to know. DIVISION CUT OFF DATE: August 1, 2009 Age of a child as of August 1, 2009, will determine at what level he/she will be eligible to play in this spring. ID# FEE: R $62/NR $77 10-3200-A U6 Division 5 years old (Co-ed) 10-3201-A U8 Division 6-7 years old (Co-ed) 10-3201-C U10 Division 8-9 years old (Co-ed) 10-3201-E U12 Division 10-11years old (Co-ed) 10-3201-G U14 Division 12-13 years old (Co-ed)

Take advantage of our early-bird sign-up fee of $52 by registering before March 15th. All registrations submitted from March 1st on will be charged an additional ten dollars and, again, players cannot be guaranteed a spot on a team.

JERSEY ID: 10-3201-X JERSEY FEE: $20 (YS, YM, YL, AS, AM, AL, AXL)*. Roselle Park District jerseys are required and need to be ordered at the time of registration if your child does not have one. These jerseys can be used season to season. Please specify shirt size on your registration form*.

SPRING YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE

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Youth Basketball Classes Lil’ Shots (VO) This program is our introductory class for future Roselle Park District Youth Basketball League players. Participants will be instructed on the basics of the game. Boys and girls will have fun practicing their dribbling, passing, shooting, and rebounding with drills incorporating these skills. Bring your favorite youth sizedbasketball.

WHO: Ages 9-16 CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/10 *no class on 5/31. LOC: Green Valley Golf Range

WHO: Ages 4-5 CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/10 LOC: CRC Gym, North TIME

Youth Intro to Golf (VO) This six class session taught by a PGA Golf Pro will introduce to students golf skills, rules, and etiquette. Clubs will be available for use, however students are encouraged to bring their own. Practice balls are included in the fee. Rain dates will be rescheduled as time permits. Classes are held at the Green Valley Golf Range located at 26W101 Lake Street, Hanover Park.

ID#

DAY

DATE

FEE

ID#

DAYS

DATE

FEE

10-3500-A

M

5:00-5:45 pm

1/4-2/22

R $37/NR $52

10-3701-A

M/W

TIME 6:00-7:00 pm

4/19-5/5

R $95/NR $110

10-3500-B

W

5:00-5:45 pm

1/6-2/24

R $37/NR $52

10-3701-B

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

5/17-6/7*

R $95/NR $110

Small Shots (VO) The basic rules, skills and strategies of basketball will be introduced along with drills, relay races and other fun activities. Scrimmage games may be played at the end of the session. Bring your favorite youth sized-basketball! WHO: Ages 5-6 CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/10 LOC: CRC Gym, North ID#

DAY

TIME

DATE

Photography Policy The Roselle Park District may use photos of participants in its brochures and flyers to depict the many recreational opportunities available. Subjects in photos will not be notified.

FEE

10-3501-A

M

5:50-6:50 pm

1/4-2/22

R $49/NR $64

10-3501-B

W

5:50-6:50 pm

1/6-2/24

R $49/NR $64

Youth Volleyball (VO) Bump, set, spike and score are the focus of this program. Girls and boys will learn these skills and more each week. Lead up games involving each skill will be played. Scrimmages will be held towards the end of the session depending on the skill level of the class. WHO: Ages 9-13 CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/14 LOC: CRC Gym, South ID#

DAYS

10-3300-A

Tu

TIME 6:15-7:15 pm

DATE

FEE

1/5-2/23

R $49/NR $64

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Shotokan Karate (VO) Through a variety of fun and creative activities, young children (5+) and adults will develop coordination, strength, and personal safety skills in a well-supervised setting. The self-assurance gained through Shotokan Karate helps foster a strong, positive self-image. The mental aspect involved in karate builds self-confidence, control, and discipline. The physical aspect of this program is both enjoyable and beneficial. Our program will give your child the lead she/he needs in developing memory and agility skills necessary to be successful in school and other sports, while improving overall muscle tone. Karate is ideal for adults as it releases tension and develops cardiovascular fitness. All classes are taught by instructors of the Illinois Shotokan Karate Club under the direction of John DiPasquale (6th degree black belt), four time National Champion, former U.S. team member and Karate National Coach and National Faculty Member of ACEP (American Coaching Effectiveness Program). Classes are available in our area on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

Roselle Medinah Softball and Baseball Organization The Roselle Medinah Softball and Baseball Organization will conduct registrations for their upcoming season on the following dates at the Clauss Recreation Center. LOCATION: Maple Room SU/12:00-3:00 pm 1/24 SU/12:00-3:00 pm 1/31 SU/12:00-4:00 pm 2/14 For more information, please call the RMSBO at (630) 200-9195. You can also visit their website at www.rmsbo.org for more information

Anyone interested in karate lessons can stop by the Clauss Recreation Center for the list of classes offered including dates/ times/fees. We can also fax and e-mail this information. Give us a call at 630-894-4200!

Youth and Adult Tennis (VO) We offer a wide array of tennis lessons and league play from ages five to adult held at the Centre Court Athletic Club. From beginners to competitive adult leagues and all skill levels in between, you will find Centre Court a top-notch indoor facility located at 1919 Walnut Street in Hanover Park. At the junior level, classes include Mini Smashers, geared towards beginners ages 5-7, up to the Junior Excellence level for players ready for competitive drills and match play. We also offer adult classes for beginners and intermediate level participants in addition to competitive singles and doubles leagues. Parents, if you have any questions in regards to which class best suites your child, please call Randy Russell, Director of Racquet Sports, at (630) 837-6300. Anyone interested in karate lessons can stop by the Clauss Recreation Center for the list of classes offered including dates/ times/fees. We can also fax and e-mail this information. Give us a call at 630-894-4200! .

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IPRA SKI TRIP/YOUTH FITNESS CLASSES

Fencing (TL) This program is open to beginners and experienced fencers. Learn techniques and strategies from Vladimir Lapshin, who trained professionally in Russia for 12 years. Bouts will be supervised. Equipment is provided; just wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes.

IPRA TEEN SKI TRIP

(CH)

Friday, February 19- Saturday, February 20

10-2045-A

M

6:00-7:00 pm

1/4-2/8

R $48/NR $63

10-2045-B

M

6:00-7:00 pm

2/15-3/22

R $48/NR $63

10-2045-C

M

6:00-7:00 pm

4/5-5/10

R $48/NR $63

Park Districts from all over Illinois will be bringing enthusiastic skiers to the IPRA Teen Ski 2010! This is a VIP private party only available to park districts. Chestnut Mountain boasts 17 lighted slopes, a 7 acre snow board park with ½ pipe and fun boxes, campfire area on slopes, video game room, and lessons for all experience levels included.Had enough skiing? That’s when the DJ rocks the dance floor until 4:30am! The event starts late at night on Feb. 19th as the teens ski through the evening into the early morning hours of Feb 20th. Fees include Lift and complimentary lessons for all skill levels as well as transportation. The group will meet and check in at the Clauss Recreation Center in Roselle and travel via coach bus.

10-2045-D

M

6:00-7:00 pm

1/4-2/8

R $48/NR $63

Section “A” = Lift tickets and Free Lesson Section “B” = Lift Ticket, Equipment Rental, and Free Lesson

10-2045-E

M

6:00-7:00 pm

2/15-3/22

R $48/NR $63

WHO: grades 6-12 LOC: Chestnut Mt.

10-2045-F

M

6:00-7:00 pm

4/5-5/10

R $48/NR $63

WHO: Ages 7-13 CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/15 LOC: Schaumburg Park District Community Recreation Center (CRC), 505 N. Springinsguth ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

Beginner

Advanced

S

SI

U

TY

FIT NE S

ID#

IV E R UN

U

DAYS

DATES

FEE*

10-5500-A

F/Sa

6:00 pm-7:00 am

2/19 -2/20

R $60/NR $75

10-5500-B

F/Sa

6:00 pm-7:00 am

2/19 -2/20

R $75/NR $90

Register Early SPACES ARE LIMITED!! Registration Deadline Jan 15th . No refunds after registration deadline.

U

olds ds1 Fitness University niversity

TIME

Jr. Jazzercise (TL)

(TL) The fitness center offers student memberships to youths ages 14 and 15. In order to purchase a membership, all 14 and 15 year olds must attend Fitness University. This program involves meeting with a personal trainer for four sessions to learn about injury prevention, proper training techniques, basic anatomy, breathing, and more. Students will be evaluated by the instructor and will be given a certificate upon successful completion of the course. The certificate must be turned in to the fitness center attendant when purchasing a membership. This program is offered from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday during the first full week of every month. See a fitness attendant to get your name on the list for the next session of Fitness University today! The fee is R $25/NR $37.50 with a minimum of four students required to run the class.

A dance class fitness program designed especially for kids. Kids of all ages love to dance to the latest music. Jr. Jazzercise offers FUN aerobic conditioning with concentration on coordination, flexibility, strength/ endurance, nutrition and the importance of physical fitness. For more information, call Darlene at (847) 985-0498. WHO: 5-12 yrs MIN/MAX: 10/20 LOC: Maple ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-2034-A

M

4:00-4:45 pm

1/11-3/8

R $55/NR $70

10-2034-B

M

4:00-4:45 pm

4/5-5/17

R $45/NR $60

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Visit Santa! Roselle Racers Swim Team (MR) Calling all swimmers… new and returning swimmers are invited to join the Roselle Racers Swim Team for a fun-filled summer at Kemmerling Pool!

Santa wants to visit his friends of the Roselle Park District! He will be taking a trip down from the North pole and stopping by the Roselle Bank and Trust bank for a special visit to friends of the Roselle Park District!

Saturday December 12th 9am-1pm Roselle Bank and Trust1350 W Lake Street

The Roselle Racers are a member of the DuPage Swim and Dive Conference. This competitive swimming program is designed for swimmers 5-18 years old. Swimmers age 8 and under must be able to swim one length of the pool without stopping and swimmers 9 and over must be able to swim two lengths. Swimmers compete against individuals in their own age group. New team members attend a swimming tryout before they can be on the team. The tryout dates will be announced at registration. Being a member of swim team requires attending practices regularly. These practices help swimmers develop fundamental swimming skills, including four different competitive swim strokes. Practices also involve endurance training which is great cardiovascular exercise! Swim meets take place on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings with a fantastic social network of families volunteering to ensure their success. The swim team is a great way to make friends and get fit!

REGISTRATION Registration night for the Roselle Racers Swim Team will be held at the Clauss Rec Center (CRC) on April 13 and April 21 from 6-8 pm. Members of the swim team parent club will be present to provide information and answer questions. Swim team suits and other attire will be available for viewing, fitting and ordering. If you can not make the registration night, you may still join by completing a registration form at the CRC front desk by May 17th Visit www.roselleracers.org for more info.

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It’s never too early to look for a summer job… Spend your summer at Kemmerling Pool! Do you enjoy working with people? Want to spend your summer outside? Then, we are looking for you! Apply to join the Kemmerling Pool Team for summer 2010. No experience necessary. Must be at least 16 years-old. Fill out an application at the Clauss Recreation Center today! We are currently hiring for: • Lifeguards • Swim Instructors • Concessions Workers • Admissions Staff

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Applications are being accepted until February 26. Questions, call 630-894-4200 for more information.

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Junior High/High School Open Gym (PK) Can’t get enough of Kemmerling Pool? Want to swim indoors? The Roselle Park District has created a relationship with the Streamwood Park District to ensure that Roselle residents may have indoor aquatic opportunities when Kemmerling Pool is not open during the fall and winter. Roselle residents will receive Streamwood resident rates for programs at the Streamwood Park District’s Park Place Family Aquatics Center which is an indoor facility. Resident rates applies to membership passes, daily admission, pool rentals, water fitness programs, special events and swimming lessons. For more information contact the Streamwood Park District at: (630) 372-PARK or www.streamwoodparkdistrict.org

Thursday, January 7-Friday, May 28 DAY

AGE

TIME

DATES

FEEF

Thursday

Junior High/High School Basketball

3:30-5:00 pm

1/7-5/28

$3

Friday

Junior High/High School Basketball

3:30-5:00 pm

1/7-5/28

$3

Open Gym Rules • All participants must sign in and fill out required information completely (clearly and legibly) before beginning play. • Picture ID must be shown to the Open Gym Attendant in order to participate. Open gym schedule and general gym schedule subject to change. • Players must wear appropriate gym shoes. • Players must demonstrate good sportsmanship. • Offensive language will not be tolerated. • Absolutely no gum or candy in the gym. • No hanging on the rim or dunking. • Fitness Center Members must show fitness ID card to have open gym fee waived on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

ENTER TO WIN

PASSPORT TO GOOD HEALTH The Roselle Park District is committed to encouraging healthy and active lifestyles among its residents. Families that engage in physical activity together are more likely to adhere to an active lifestyle longer than those families that don’t. In order to encourage family participation in physical activity, the Roselle Park District is rewarding families to get out into our parks and exercise together. Simply take a picture of your family exercising at any our parks and get entered into a drawing for a $100 American Express gift certificate. Take pictures at multiple parks to be entered into the drawing multiple times. Pictures will be posted at the Clauss Recreation Center and creativity will be rewarded! For more information, pick up a brochure at the Clauss Recreation Center.

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Fitness Center

In September of 2009, the Roselle Park District installed new ceiling tiles, added a fresh coat of paint, improved lighting, made HVAC enhancements, added a brand new line of selectorized (strength) machines, a new Smith Press, a new Functional Trainer, rubberized plates and dumbbells, new cardio machines, and a new television/audio system called Cardio Vision.

Come in and check out all of these improvements to our fitness center!

Annual Membership

Initial Rates

Renewal Rates*

In-district

Out-of-district

In-district

Out-of-district

Basic Adult (16 & Over)

$174

$219

$149

$194

Basic Family (per person) 2 or more adults living in same household

$164

$209

$139

$184

Basic Student*** (14-21 w/limited hours)

$104

$149

$79

$124

Basic Senior (55 & Over)

$134

$179

$109

$154

Basic Senior Couple (per person)

$124

$169

$99

$144

Value Membership Mon-Fri 8:00am-3:00pm only

$114

$159

$94

$139

3 Month Membership (with card)

$65

$80

$60 w/card

$75 w/card

Daily Fees per visit**

$6

$8

Large Locker Rental****

$60/year $20 for 3 months

Small Locker Rental

$30/year $10 for 3 months

ID Cards – All members will be issued a fitness identification card. Members will be required to scan in their card when using the Fitness Center or Open Gym. There is a $5 Replacement Fee for lost cards. *Renewal Rates are valid within 30 days of expiration. Members renewing an annual membership on or before their expiration date will receive the renewal rate and an additional month. **Daily Fees – Daily fees are accepted for use of the Fitness Center and Gym. The cost is $6R/$8NR per day. All daily fee users must be 16 years or older and have a waiver signed by a guardian 18 or older each visit. Daily fees are paid in the Fitness Center. ***Student Memberships –14 and 15 year olds wishing to purchase a Student Fitness Membership must complete Fitness University prior to becoming a member. ****Locker Rentals – If you do not choose to rent a locker, daily use of a locker is available at no charge. Please bring your own lock. All daily use locks must be removed when you leave the building.

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MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

Take steps toward a healthier lifestyle. We offer decicated service, individualized attention and state-ofthe art equipment. Our staff create safe, effective, individual programs with a positive experience for all fitness levels.We strive to be the best part of your day, everyday!

Personal Training (TL) A personal trainer will design an exercise program tailored to your fitness goals, while taking your health concerns into consideration. The trainer will also give you valuable training advice as well as the motivation to stick to your program. All initial annual fitness members will receive a one hour personal training or equipment orientation with a certified personal trainer. This service is available to initial 3 month members for a fee of $25 ($35 for non-members/ daily fee users).

BASIC MEMBERSHIP • Complete use of Fitness Center, track, and locker rooms • 1/2 price nursery punch card (for all members excluding those on a 1 Month Membership) • 20% discount on in-house fitness classes (for all members excluding Value, Student, 3 Month, and 1 Month) • Free use of Gym when available • Equipment orientation with a certified Personal Trainer • 3 Month Basic Membership also available VALUE MEMBERSHIP Annual Membership includes: • Use of Fitness Center Monday-Friday 8 am-3 pm • Equipment orientation or program design with a Certified Personal Trainer • Complete use of running track and locker rooms

FITNESS EQUIPMENT RESISTANCE EQUIPMENT

CARDIOVASCULAR EQUIPMENT

One-Nine Sessions - $35/session Ten or More Sessions - $30/session

• 18 Cybex Machines

• 4 Treadmills (Matrix, Precor, True)

• 1 Cybex Functional Trainer

Personal Training is available to non-fitness members for an additional charge of $10 per session. Please note that group training is also available. Additional information is available in the fitness center.

• 7 Elliptical Cross Trainers (Life, Precor, Sci-Fit)

• 1 Gravitron 2000

• 2 Step Machines (Precor)

• Dumbbells (3 lb - 100 lb)

• 2 Recumbent Bikes (Cybex, Stex)

• Preacher Curl Bar/Bench

• 3 Upright Bikes (Precor, True, Cybex)

• Smith Machine

• 1 Concept II Rowing Machine

Massage (TL) Massage has many benefits including stress reduction, increased circulation, improved health, reduced muscle soreness, and more! During your chair massage appointment, a licensed and certified massage therapist will work on your back, arms, neck and/or shoulders to help you experience all of the benefits that massage has to offer. You will remain fully-clothed during your appointment. Schedule your 10, 15 or 30-minute appointment at the fitness desk today!

• Workout Benches • Sit Up Board/Ab Rollers • Roman Chair • Stretch Trainer The Roselle Park District Fitnes Center has four *ADA accessible fitness pieces of equipment. *The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

FEES: R $1 per minute / NR $1.50 per minute Basic Fitness members receive a 20% discount. Cancellations must be made a minimum of 24 hours in advance to avoid being charged.

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Jazzercise (TL) New music, fresh moves, pure motivation…the world’s leading dance fitness program offers a blend of dance and exercise choreographed to today’s hottest music including top 40 music, jazz, country, fun, and classic. Jazzercise accommodates ALL fitness levels, including low-impact options. It combines a great cardiovascular workout with resistance training and stretching that increases your strength, muscle tone, flexibility, and balance with easy to follow moves. When you LOVE your workouts, results come easilyespecially at Jazzercise. Nursery Service is available for all classes for a small fee. For more information, please call Darlene at (847) 985-0498. WHO: Ages 16 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/15 ID#

DAYS

DATES

WHO: Ages 15 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 5/20 LOC: Maple ID#

No class 12/24 & 12/31 TIME

Kickboxing (TL) Achieve the top notch physical condition of a professional kickboxer or boxer without the bumps or bruises. Learn the techniques of boxing and kicking while participating in a fun and well supervised workout. This is a no contact program, but using your new skills for self-defense will be covered. Kickboxing uses every major muscle group of the body and is highly effective for developing cardiovascular fitness and body fat reduction. All levels are encouraged to sign up.

FEE*

Morning Sessions 10-2028-A

Tu/Th

9:15-10:15 am

12/22-2/11

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2028-B

Tu/Th

9:15-10:15 am

2/16-4/1

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2028-C

Tu/Th

9:15-10:15 am

4/6-5/27

R $76/NR $91

Evening Sessions

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

10-2033-A

Tu

7:45-8:45 pm

1/5-2/9

R $60/NR $75

10-2033-B

Th

7:45-8:45 pm

1/7-2/11

R $60/NR $75

10-2033-C

Tu

7:45-8:45 pm

2/23-3/30

R $60/NR $75

10-2033-D

Th

7:45-8:45 pm

2/25-4/1

R $60/NR $75

10-2033-E

Tu

7:45-8:45 pm

4/13-5/18

R $60/NR $75

10-2033-F

Th

7:45-8:45 pm

4/15-5/20

R $76/NR $91

*No Basic Fitness Member discount or drop in fees allowed for this program.

10-2030-A

Tu/Th

5:40-6:40 pm

12/22-2/11

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2030-B

Tu/Th

5:40-6:40 pm

2/16-4/1

R $66.50/NR $81.50

Kickboxing 2x (TL)

10-2030-C

Tu/Th

5:40-6:40 pm

4/6-5/27

R $76/NR $91

Achieve top notch physical conditioning in our kickboxing class offered twice a week at a reduced price.

*No basic member discount. Walk-in daily fee is $10.00.

Yoga (TL) This is a perfect total fitness program resulting in overall improvement in your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. You’ll learn to relax your mind and have more body awareness through proper breathing practices, yoga postures, deep relaxation and meditation techniques. Emphasis is placed on developing and enhancing balance, flexibility and strength. Enjoy our new extended class format. Please bring a yoga mat and a 5 ft. blanket to class. Comfortable clothing is advised.

WHO: Ages 15 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 5/20 LOC: Maple ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

10-2032-A

Tu/Th

7:45-8:45 pm

1/5-2/11

R $102/NR $117

10-2032-B

Tu/Th

7:45-8:45 pm

2/23-4/1

R $102/NR $117

10-2032-C

Tu/Th

7:45-8:45 pm

4/13-5/20

R $102/NR $117

*No Basic Fitness Member discount or drop in fees allowed for this program.

WHO: Ages 16 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 7/20 LOC: Sycamore ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

10-2019-A

M

6:45-8:00 pm

1/4-2/15

R $77/NR $92

10-2019-B

W

6:45-8:00 pm

1/6-2/17

R $77/NR $92

10-2019-C

M

6:45-8:00 pm

2/22-4/5

R $77/NR $92

10-2019-D

W

6:45-8:00 pm

2/24-4/7

10-2019-E

M

6:45-8:00 pm

4/12-5/24

10-2019-F

W

6:45-8:00 pm

4/14-5/26

(TL) Relaxation through beginner yoga poses and breathing techniques.

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

R $77/NR $92

10-2019-G

F

6:30-7:30 pm

1/8-2/19

R $63/NR $78

R $77/NR $92

10-2019-H

F

6:30-7:30 pm

2/26-4/9

R $63/NR $78

R $77/NR $92

10-2019-J

F

6:30-7:30 pm

4/16-5/28

R $63/NR $78

*No Basic Fitness Member discount or drop in fees allowed for this program.

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New : Gentle Yoga

*No Basic Fitness Member discount or drop in fees allowed for this program.

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Fitness Center

Discover the Secrets of Chinese Health Balls (TL)

Tai Chi (TL)

Discover the secrets of Chinese Health Balls; an exercise system that has been in use for 2,000 years.They can improve strength, flexibility, dexterity and circulation in the fingers, hands and wrists. They can relieve joint stiffness and soreness, relax muscles and joints. Their use can reduce the risk of carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, repetitive strain injury, rheumatism and arthritis. They are deeply relaxing, can help reduce stress, improve overall health, stimulate the mind and reduce your risk of cognitive decline, dementia and Alzheimer’s. Each class participant will receive one free set of Health Balls.

Tai Chi can reduce stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, anger and fear. It can increase energy, vitality, endurance, confidence and concentration. In addition, Tai Chi can relieve arthritis and chronic pain, improve all bodily functions, balance the emotions, calm the mind, speed healing, strengthen and detoxify the body, strengthen the immune system, integrate the body, mind & spirit and allow you to achieve inner peace.

WHO: Ages 6 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/15 LOC: Elm

WHO: Ages 13 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/16 LOC: Sycamore ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

Beginners Tai Chi ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

10-2052-A

Tu

9:00-10:00 am

1/5-2/9

R $40/NR $55

10-2047-A

Th

7:00-9:00 pm

1/7

R $35/NR $50

10-2052-B

Tu

9:00-10:00 am

2/16-3/23

R $40/NR $55

10-2047-D

F

7:00-9:00 pm

4/9

R $35/NR $50

10-2052-C

Tu

9:00-10:00 am

3/30-5/4

R $40/NR $55

10-2052-D

Tu

9:00-10:00 am

5/11-6/15

R $40/NR $55

*No Basic Fitness Member discount or drop in fees allowed for this program.

Continuing Tai Chi

Falls? They Don’t Have to Happen To You (TL) Falls are the leading cause of injury death for Americans age 65 and older, and this year one in three people over that age will fall. Even those who are not injured may then develop a fear of falling which may cause them to limit their activities, reducing mobility and physical fitness, increasing the actual risk of falling. Learn the risk factors, causes and consequences of a fall; simple things you can do around the home and when out and about to reduce your risk of falling; what to do if you do fall; and what steps you can take to improve your balance. WHO: Ages 55 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/15 LOC: Elm ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

10-2047-C

Th

5:00-6:00 pm

1/7

R $10/NR $15

10-2047-E

F

5:00-6:00 pm

4/9

R $10/NR $15

*No Basic Fitness Member discount or drop in fees allowed for this program

10-2052-E

Tu

10:00-11:00 am

1/5-2/9

R $40/NR $55

10-2052-F

Tu

10:00-11:00 am

2/16-3/23

R $40/NR $55

10-2052-G

Tu

10:00-11:00 am

3/30-5/4

R $40/NR $55

10-2052-H

Tu

10:00-11:00 am

5/11-6/15

R $40/NR $55

*No Basic Fitness Member discount or drop in fees allowed for this program.

Natural Energy Healing (TL) We all have innate healing abilities. In this class you will learn to tap into that inner wisdom and using the natural energy of the universe help yourself and your family; heal. This energy can help you to reestablish balance and harmony on the physical, emotional, and spiritual planes so that the natural function of your body is restored and its natural ability to heal itself is activated. This is a hands-on workshop under the guidance of a Reiki Master Teacher and Qigong Instructor. . WHO: Ages 13 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 4/8 LOC: Chestnut ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

10-2047-B

Sa

9:00 am-5:00 pm

2/20

R $157/NR $172

*No Basic Fitness Member discount or drop in fees allowed for this program.

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Fencing (TL) This program is open to beginners and experienced fencers. Learn techniques and strategies from Vladimir Lapshin, who trained professionally in Russia for 12 years. Bouts will be supervised. Equipment is provided; just wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes. WHO: Ages 13 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/15 LOC: Schaumburg Park District Community Recreation Center (CRC), 505 N. Springinsguth ID#

Zumba (TL) Looking for a fun and exciting way to tone and sculpt your body? Here is your chance! Salsa, cha cha, merengue, hip rolls and shimmies-put it all together with high energy Latin and international music and you’ve got Zumba! Our master instructor will guide you through a series of unique moves and combinations providing you with a great workout. No dance experience is necessary. Drop in rate is $10R/$13NR. WHO: Ages 18 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 5/8 LOC: Bloomingdale Park District, 172 S. Circle

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

10-2045-G

M

7:00-8:00 pm

1/4-2/8

R $48/NR $63

10-2045-H

M

7:00-8:00 pm

2/15-3/22

R $48/NR $63

10-2041-A

Tu

6:00-7:00 pm

1/26-3/16

R $69/NR $84

R $48/NR $63

10-2041-B

W

6:00-7:00 pm

1/27-3/17

R $69/NR $84

Beginner

10-2045-I

M

7:00-8:00 pm

4/5-5/10

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

Advanced

10-2041-C

Tu

6:00-7:00 pm

3/30-5/18

R $69/NR $84

10-2045-J

M

7:00-8:00 pm

1/4-2/8

R $48/NR $63

10-2041-D

W

6:00-7:00 pm

3/31-5/19

R $69/NR $84

10-2045-K

M

7:00-8:00 pm

2/15-3/22

R $48/NR $63

*No Basic Fitness Member discount allowed for this program.

10-2045-L

M

7:00-8:00 pm

4/5-5/10

R $48/NR $63

*No Basic Fitness Member discount or drop in fees allowed for this program.

Belly Dancing (TL) Join our instructor, Annette Metellica, and take your fitness routine to a whole new level! Anyone can learn to belly dance, from the young to the young-at-heart. Have fun while learning to sway rhythmically, do hip lifts and bumps, and shimmies. Discover how the oldest form of dance can energize your day. No previous dance experience is necessary. WHO: Ages 14 and up MIN/MAX: 6/18 LOC: Sycamore

W.O.W. Women on Weights (TL) Strength training has been proven to benefit all populations, from adolescent athletes to seniors. Women, in particular, see tremendous benefits from strength training. Traditionally, women relied on cardiovascular activity and a low calorie diet to change their physical appearance. Unfortunately, low calorie diets merely punish the soul and decrease the metabolism. Without including consistent strength training in our program, effecting change can be an impossible goal. Strength training is absolutely essential if we wish to create visual changes in our bodies, and we’ve discovered that the benefits of strength training extend far beyond the visual. WHO: Ages 18 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 5/8 LOC: Fitness Center/Maple

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE*

10-2023-A

Tu

7:45-8:45 pm

1/5-2/16

R $38.50/NR $53.50

10-2023-B

Tu

7:45-8:45 pm

2/23-4/6

10-2023-C

Tu

7:45-8:45 pm

4/13-5/25

*No drop in fees allowed for this program.

ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATES

FEE*

R $38.50/NR $53.50

10-2048-A

M/W

10:15-11:15 am

1/4-2/17

R $66.50/NR $81.50

R $38.50/NR $53.50

10-2048-B

Tu/Th

10:15-11:15 am

1/5-2/18

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2048-C

M/W

10:15-11:15 am

2/22-4/7

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2048-D

Tu/Th

10:15-11:15 am

2/23-4/8

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2048-E

M/W

10:15-11:15 am

4/12-5/26

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2048-F

Tu/Th

10:15-11:15 am

4/13-5/27

R $66.50/NR $81.50

*No drop in fees allowed for this program.

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Fitness Center PREMIUM CLASSES Pilates (TL) Strengthen and lengthen your muscles while restoring the natural curvature of the spine with Pilates. All exercises are performed in a flowing and graceful manner with the coordination of breathing. The workout offers incredible body benefits, including dynamic flexibility, muscular endurance and strength, balance, body awareness and coordination. Please bring a mat to class. WHO: Ages 16 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/15 LOC: Sycamore/Maple

Spinning (TL) Premium Classes (Pilates and Spinning) Cycling is an exciting way to workout! have a drop-in fee of The workout is designed to enable all R $7.75 for residents and individuals to participate in a group exercise $11.50 for non-residents. class with emphasis on individual Save time and purchase a performance. A typical class may Premium Class Pass good for consist of going up and down hills, climbs, ten classes and pay only R $77.50/NR $115. sprints, or visualizing riding around a Annual Basic Members receive a neighborhood or up a mountain. Spinning is a 20% discount off of the fun and effective exercise challenge and a great Class Pass and the individual way to lose body fat. Please bring a towel and session fee of premium classes. plenty of water. Spin classes are now one hour long by popular demand!

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-2020-A

M

9:00-10:00 am

1/4-2/15

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-B

M

7:45-8:45 pm

1/4-2/15

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-C

W

7:45-8:45 pm

1/6-2/17

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-D

F

9:15-10:15 am

1/8-2/19

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-E

M

9:00-10:00 am

2/22-4/5

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-F

M

7:45-8:45 pm

2/22-4/5

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-G

W

7:45-8:45 pm

2/24-4/7

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-H

F

9:15-10:15 am

2/26-4/9

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-I

M

9:00-10:00 am

4/12-5/24

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-J

M

7:45-8:45 pm

4/12-5/24

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-K

W

7:45-8:45 pm

4/14-5/26

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2020-L

F

9:15-10:15 am

4/16-5/28

R $50.75/NR $65.75

Nursery Service The Nursery is open for children 6 months - 10 years old. You can use the Nursery while you attend a class or workout in the Fitness Center. The parent or guardian must remain in the building while their child is in the Nursery. NURSERY HOURS: M/W/F: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Tu/Th: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Saturday: 9:00 am - 11:30 am

Fitness Members $2/hour for the first child $1/hour for each additional child Half hour: $ 1 per child Non-Members $3/hour for the first child $1.50/hour for each additional child Half hour: $1.50 per child

WHO: Ages 18 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 5/7 LOC: Spin Room ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-2029-A

M

5:45-6:45 pm

1/4-2/15

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2029-B

W

5:45-6:45 pm

1/6-2/17

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2029-C

M

5:45-6:45 pm

2/22-4/5

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2029-D

W

5:45-6:45 pm

2/24-4/7

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2029-E

M

5:45-6:45 pm

4/12-5/24

R $50.75/NR $65.75

10-2029-F

W

5:45-6:45 pm

4/14-5/26

R $50.75/NR $65.75

FITNESS CENTER HOURS (January 1- May 31) REGULAR HOURS

STUDENT HOURS

Monday - Friday: 5:30 am-9:30 pm

Monday - Thursday: 2:30-5:00 pm & 8:00-9:30 pm

Saturday: 7:00 am-7:30 pm

Friday: .2:30-9:30 pm

Sunday: 8:00 am-4:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday: 1:00-Close

VALUE MEMBERSHIP HOURS Monday - Friday: 8:00 am-3:00 pm

FITNESS CENTER CLOSED New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

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Fitness Center STANDARD CLASSES P.U.M.P. – Pursuing Ultimate Muscle Power (TL) This class will give you a total body workout that will be both challenging and invigorating. With the use of barbells, you will target all major muscle groups in the body through an intense workout. WHO: Ages 16 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/18 LOC: Maple

Standard Classes (P.U.M.P., Express Workout, Back to Basics and Cardio Mix) have a drop-in fee of R $5.25/NR $8.00. Save time and purchase a Standard Class Pass good for 10 classes and pay only R $52.50/NR $80. Annual Basic Members receive a 20% discount off of the Class Pass and the individual session fee of standard classes.

Need a fast and effective workout? This 45 minute class will sculpt your problem areas using tubing, body bars, medicine balls, hand weights, resist-a-balls, hula hoops and fit disks to tone and train those stubborn body parts in a fun and challenging way! For those of you short on time, this class is the perfect choice! Please come ready for class warmed up and ready to train!

ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-2053-A

Tu/Th

9:15-10:15 am

1/5-2/18

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2053-B

Tu/Th

9:15-10:15 am

2/23-4/8

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2053-C

Tu/Th

9:15-10:15 am

4/13-5/27

R $66.50/NR $81.50

ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-2053-D

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

1/4-2/17

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2026-A

Tu/Th

6:50-7:35 pm

1/5-2/18

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2053-E

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

2/22-4/7

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2026-B

Tu/Th

6:50-7:35 pm

2/23-4/8

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2053-F

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

4/12-5/26

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2026-C

Tu/Th

6:50-7:35 pm

4/13-5/27

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2053-G

Sa

9:15-10:15 am

1/2-2/13

R $33.25/NR $48.25

10-2053-H

Sa

9:15-10:15 am

2/20-4/3

R $33.25/NR $48.25

10-2053-I

Sa

9:15-10:15 am

4/10-5/22

R $33.25/NR $48.25

Back to Basics (TL) This class is a lighter, low impact class designed for those just beginning an exercise program. You’ll begin the class with a nice and easy warm-up to awaken your muscles. Resistance training follows the cardio portion of class. This is the perfect class for the beginner or the deconditioned participant. A 2 day per week option is available for R $49/NR $64. WHO: Ages 18 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/15 LOC: Sycamore ID#

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Express Workout (TL)

DAYS

TIME

DATES

WHO: Ages 16 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/15 LOC: Maple

Cardio Mix (TL) Get your heart pumping and burn lots of calories in this class. 45 minutes of non-stop cardio will help you burn fat and lose those unwanted pounds. This class will use a variety of different formats to challenge you and prevent boredom. Salsa, step, interval training, drills, and more will be incorporated into this class. WHO: Ages 16 and up CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/15 LOC: Maple ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-2049-A

M/W

7:00-7:45 pm

1/4-2/17

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2049-B

M/W

7:00-7:45 pm

2/22-4/7

R $66.50/NR $81.50

10-2049-C

M/W

7:00-7:45 pm

4/12-5/26

R $66.50/NR $81.50

FEE

10-2027-A

M/W/F

10:05-10:55 am

1/4-2/19

R $73.50/NR $88.50

10-2027-B

M/W/F

10:05-10:55 am

2/22-4/9

R $73.50/NR $88.50

10-2027-C

M/W/F

10:05-10:55 am

4/12-5/28 R $73.50/NR $88.50

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ADULT LEAGUES/ADULT SPORTS

Adult Intro to Golf (VO) This six class course will be taught by a PGA Golf Pro. Beginners and advanced students will learn the proper techniques in making a full swing as well as chipping and putting. Also, golfing etiquette will be discussed. Clubs will be available for use, however students are encouraged to bring their own. Practice balls are not included in the fee. Classes are held at the Green Valley Golf Range located at 26W101 Lake Street, Hanover Park. WHO: Ages 16-over CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/10 LOC: Green Valley Golf Range ID#

DAYS

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-3775-A

W

7:00 -8:00 pm

4/21-5/26

R $95/NR $110

10-3775-B

Sa

2:00-3:00 pm

4/17-5/22

R $95/NR $110

- Winter Break Bags Tournament - see page 7 - Adult Guitar Classes -see page 43 - New! Gingerbread House Worshop - see page 22 - Adult Dance - see page 43 - Adult Trips begin on page 44 - Bags Tournament at SpringFamilyFunFest- see page 9 - Garden Club -see page 49 - Garden Plots - see page 52 - Daddy Daughter Date Night - see page 10 and 60.

Summer Softball League (VO) Registration is now being accepted for our 2010 Adult Summer Softball Leagues. Captains must submit their $75 forfeit fee payment (credit card, check, cash) by April 5 or prior to a league meeting their maximum. This fee will be refunded at the conclusion of the season if a team does not forfeit a game during the season or drop from the league prior to games starting. This $75 fee also holds a team’s spot in a league. The remaining team fee is due PRIOR to the captain’s meetings. Resident team (three-quarters of roster lives in the Roselle Park District) fee is $625. Non-resident team fee is $675. These prices do not include the refundable $75 forfeit fee. The season will begin the week of April 19th with game times of 6:30, 7:30, and 8:30. Regular and post-season tournament champions will receive prize money and trophies. Please register early as leagues do fill up fast. Returning teams will be afforded first consideration in forming each league, but no guarantees are implied in this regard. Captain’s meetings will be held on Monday, April 12th, at the Clauss Rec Center, 555 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue. The twelve-inch league meeting will be at 6:30, co-rec meeting at 7:30, and the sixteen-inch league meeting will be at 8:30 pm. Men’s 16” Softball League ID# 10-3600-A Games will be played on Monday nights. Twelve team maximum. Co-Rec 14” Softball League (Mushball) ID# 10-3601-A Games will be played on Tuesday nights. Twelve team maximum. Men’s 12” Softball League ID# 10-3602-A Games will be played on Wednesday nights. Twelve team maximum. Men’s 12” Softball League ID# 10-3602-B Games will be played on Thursday nights. Seven team maximum.

AFFORDABLE FITNESS FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE Annual Basic Members receive a 20% discount off of the Class Pass and the individual session fee of premium and standard classes.

JOIN FOR LESS LESSTHAN THAN

49¢ AADAY! DAY!

COME AND CHECK OUT WHAT’S NEW AT THE ROSELLE PARK DISTRICT FITNESS CENTER! -

New line of selectorized (strength) machines New Smith Press Fitnesss Center New Functional Trainer Roselle park district New Rubberized plates and dumbbells New Television/audio system, Cardio Vision

Roselle Park District Fitnness Center 555 W. Bryn Mawr., Roselle, Illinois (630) 894-4200 M-F: 5:30 AM-9:30 PM Sa:7AM-7:30 PM Su: 8 AM- 4 PM

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ADULT LEAGUE/ADULT OPEN GYM

Men’s Basketball League (VO) ID# 10-3603-A Get the guys together and sign-up for our Saturday afternoon Men’s Basketball League. Teams will play a minimum of ten games plus a post-season tournament. Game times are on the hour beginning at 1:30 pm. The season will start January 16th. Teams must pay a $75 forfeit fee using a valid Visa, MasterCard credit card or cash by January 5th. This fee will be refunded at the conclusion of the season if your team does not forfeit a game during the season or drop from the league prior to games beginning. This $75 fee also holds a team’s spot in a league. The remaining team fee is due PRIOR to the captain’s meeting which will be held on Monday, January 11th, at 7:00 pm at the Clauss Rec Center, 555 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue.

Resident team fee is $625. (three-quarters of roster lives in the Roselle Park District) Non-resident team fee is $675. These prices do not include the refundable $75 forfeit fee.

Adult Open Gym

(PK) Sunday, January 3-Sunday, May 30

Open Gym Rules • All participants must sign in and fill out required information completely (clearly and legibly) before beginning play. • Picture ID must be shown to the Open Gym Attendant in order to participate. Open gym schedule and general gym schedule subject to change. • Players must wear appropriate gym shoes. • Players must demonstrate good sportsmanship. • Offensive language will not be tolerated.

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DAY

AGE

TIME

DATES

Sunday

Adult 30+ Basketball 8:15 -10:00 am

1/3-5/30

Monday

Adult 18+ Basketball 8:00 -9:20 pm

1/3-5/30

Tuesday

Adult 18+ Volleyball

7:15 -9:15 pm

1/3-5/30

Wednesday

Adult 18+ Basketball 8:00 -9:20 pm

1/3-5/30

• Absolutely no gum or candy in the gym. • No hanging on the rim or dunking. • Fitness Center Members must show fitness ID card to have open gym fee waived on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. FEES $3 - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday $4 – Sunday & Tuesday

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ADULT TRIPS BALLROOM DANCE/ADULT GUITAR

Social Ballroom Dance (DK) Grab your partner and have fun learning a wonderful array of ballroom dance steps. Lu Podrasky will teach you the Fox Trot, Swing, Waltz, Rumba, Tango and Ballroom Polka. Fees are per person for a session of 6 classes. Students are encouraged to sign up with a partner. Please wear smooth-soled shoes to class. **This class takes place at Itasca Park District (IPD) 350 E. Irving Park Road in Itasca. WHO: Adults LEVEL: Beginner CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/15 per district LOC: Itasca Park District

WHO: Adults CLASS MIN/MAX: 1/8 ID#: 10-4100-A.

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-4120-A

Tu

8:00 -9:30 pm

1/12-2/16

R $30/NR $45

10-4120-B

Tu

8:00 -9:30 pm

4/13-5/18

R $30/NR $45

Bronze Ballroom Dance (DK) Learn the standardized ballroom dance steps you see on TV, in schools, and at dance studios throughout the country. Some style and dance technique is presented as well. The steps are fun, easy to learn, and can be used in social dance settings. No previous dance experience is required. You are encouraged to sign up with a partner; however, singles can take turns dancing with the instructors or each other. WHO: Adults CLASS MIN/MAX: 8/30 LOC: Dance Room ID#

DAY

Private/Semi-Private Ballroom Dance Lessons (DK) Private dance lessons provide customized personal attention. They are most commonly taken in conjunction with group lessons to clean up your dance steps or to learn to dance more quickly for a special occasion or for personal satisfaction. Singles, couples, or small groups pay the same hourly rate. Lessons are 1 hour in length and fee is per lesson. There is no charge to register and be contacted about available times. Once registered, you can purchase as many tickets as you would like for lessons scheduled throughout the current session.

TIME

DATES

FEE

7:30 -9:00 pm

1/7-1/28

R $16/NR $24

To be contacted to schedule your lessons complete a registration form including the names of all the people intending to take the lesson and the ID code

NEW DANCERSSign up today and receive a discounted rate of R $20/NR $35 for your first lesson!

To purchase a lesson ticket to be used at the agreed upon date and time, please pay at the front desk during regular front desk hours prior to your lesson. FEE: R $32/NR $47.

NEW!! ADULT BEGINNER GUITAR 1 (CH) Dust off your guitar, break out those skinny ties and get ready to ROCK! Let loose the inner rocker in you with Adult Beginning Guitar classes from Guitar FUN-damentals! Learn parts of the guitar, notes, chords, basic scales and fun songs that bring back great memories and create new ones! WHO: ages 19 + CLASS MIN/MAX: 6/12 LOCATION: CRC – Chestnut Room

DANCE: Swing 10-4123-A

Th

DANCE: Cha Cha 10-4123-B

Th

7:30 -9:00 pm

2/4-2/25

R $16/NR $24

DANCE: Rumba 10-4123-C

Th

7:30 -9:00 pm

4/22-5/13

R $16/NR $24

ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-5559-A

Sa

10:00-11:00 am

1/2-1/30

R $116/NR $131

10-5559-B

Sa

10:00-11:00 am

2/6-2/27

R $116/NR $131

10-5559-C

Sa

10:00-11:00 am

3/6-3/27

R $116/NR $131

**A one-time book fee applies (16.19) for all classes. This is due at the first class payable to Guitar FUN-damentals. The books all include a play-along CD-ROM and the student gets to keep the book upon completion of the course.** **Participants need to provide their own acoustic or electric guitar for class.**

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ADULT TRIPS

My Fair Lady (DK) WANT TO GET AWAY?

We’ll drive! Get out and enjoy one of these great trips this season !

TRANSPORTATION: Unless otherwise noted, all trips depart from the Roselle Park District Clauss Recreation Center at the time below with additional stops at Medinah and Bloomingdale Park Districts.

Walk-N-Talk (DK) Inviting all active older adults to spend Monday morning at the Clauss Recreation Center! Walk on our indoor track from 9:30-10:00 a.m., and then join us for coffee in the Maple Room. Once a month we’ll play Bunco and have lunch together. Participants are asked to take turns bringing treats, and on Bunco Day (first Monday each month), everyone brings a lunch, or buys their own if we order out. Join us and meet new friends! LOC: Track/Maple Room ID #: 10-7100-A DAY: M TIME: 9:30 am DATE: WIN/SPG FEE: No charge!

The endearing and enchanting Lerner and Loewe musical romance follows the tale of Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower girl in 1910 London, who falls under the spell of Professor Henry Higgins. Higgins makes a bet with crony, Colonel Pickering that he can transform Eliza and pass her off as a duchess. Having one of the most memorable and recognizable scores, you will thrill to such beloved songs as “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “On the Street Where You Live,” “Get Me to the Church on Time,” “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face” and “The Rain in Spain.” There is only one word to describe this great American musical – it’s “loverly!” Fee includes lunch, show and transporation. WHO: Adults TRIP MIN/MAX: 7/8 per district LOC: Marriott Theatre, Lincolnshire REGISTRATION DEADLINE: December 21, 2009 NOTE: Upon registration, please indicate your choice of entrée: either Roasted Turkey Breast with Gravy or Poached Filet of Salmon ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-7000-A

W

9:45 am-4:45 pm

1/13

R $74/NR $89

Funny Girl (DK) Funny Girl, set in New York City, revolves around Ziegfeld comedienne Fanny Brice and her rise to fame in the early ‘20s. Told mostly in flashbacks, the musical shows her from the start as a gawky Brooklyn teen, fast-talking her way into show business and her first triumph in the Zeigfeld Follies, to becoming the toast of New York, to the unraveling of her personal life and marriage to gangster Nick Arnstein. Fee includes lunch, show and transportation. WHO: Adults TRIP MIN/MAX: 4/6 per district LOC: Drury Lane, Oakbrook REGISTRATION DEADLINE: January 27, 2010 ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-7000-B

W

10:30 am-4:45 pm

2/17

R $55/NR $70

Chicago Auto Show (DK) Explore the nation’s largest auto show featuring a complete range of domestic and imported passenger cars and trucks, sport utility vehicles, experimental and concept cars. The Chicago Auto Show utilizes 1.3 million square feet of the McCormick Place complex and you definitely don’t want to miss out! Fee includes ticket to the event and transportation. Lunch is on your own. WHO: Adults TRIP MIN/MAX: 6/8 per district LOC: McCormick Place, Chicago REGISTRATION DEADLINE: January 25, 2010 ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-7000-C

F

9:00 am-4:45 pm

2/19

R $20/NR $30

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ADULT TRIPS Chicago Flower and Garden Show (DK) Join us for the annual Chicago Flower and Garden Show at Navy Pier! The return of the show to Navy Pier is being heralded as a resounding success and the show has reclaimed its place as the Midwest’s premier flower and landscape event. Come with us to enjoy lush theme garden displays, the new plant varieties exhibit, horticulture competitions, and gardening workshops! WHO: Adults TRIP MIN/MAX: 6/10 per district LOC: Navy Pier, Chicago REGISTRATION DEADLINE: February 12, 2010 ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-7000-D

W

8:45-3:00 pm

3/10

R $30/NR $45

Sentimental Journey (DK) Take a trip to Metropolis Performing Arts Centre and revisit some of your favorite songs from the 1920’s, 30’s, and 40’s with the theaters two favorite performers; Micky York and Lisa Rock. Join them on a Sentimental Journey with classic songs such as “Isn’t it Romantic,” “Tea for Two” and “The Way You Look Tonight.” The bus will drop us off in downtown Arlington Heights. Lunch is on your own and must be taken before the show. Show begins at 1:00pm. Fee includes transportation and ticket. WHO: Adults TRIP MIN/MAX: 4/6 per district LOC: Metropolis Performing Arts Centre, Arlington Heights REGISTRATION DEADLINE: February 24, 2010 ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-7000-E

W

9:45-4:45 pm

3/24

R $40/NR $55

Chicago History Tour (DK) Cinema Academy is offering a phenomenal opportunity to see Chicago in a way you may not have seen it before. From the hallows of Wrigley Field to the memories of the Stockyards to the sights of the Great Migration sit back in a motor coach bus as our qualified guide explains the Chicago of the Palmers, Ogdens and Burnhams the real pioneers of our city. Visit our ethnic neighborhoods and stop for lunch in Little Italy. Lunch and motor coach transportation are included in the fee. Registration deadline is March 19, 2010. WHO: Adults TRIP MIN/MAX: 6/6 per district LOC: Chicago REGISTRATION DEADLINE: March 19, 2010 ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-7000-G

F

9:45-3:45 pm

4/16

R $70/NR $85

The Arboretum of South Barrington (DK) Join us for a day of shopping at South Barrington’s newest and most exciting place to shop, dine and play. The open-air center is named for the lush treescapes and gardens of its landscape, and for the large tree farm that formerly stood on the site. For a complete store listing, visit www.ShopTheArboretumSB.com. Shopping and lunch is on your own. WHO: Adults TRIP MIN/MAX: 4/8 per district LOC: The Arboretum Shopping Center, South Barrington REGISTRATION DEADLINE: April 28, 2010 ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-7000-H

W

9:30-4:15 pm

5/5

R $10/NR $15

That’s Amore (DK) Get ready for a mini Italian Fest at the Skokie Theater! Sit back and relax as Jack Miuccio celebrates some of the great Italian crooners. Jack is well known for singing your favorite artists from Lanza to Sinatra. Enjoy the show in what Steve Cochran from Meyer Sound called “One of the 10 best sounding theaters in the entire world”. WHO: Adults TRIP MIN/MAX: 4/8 per district LOC: Skokie Theater, Skokie, IL REGISTRATION DEADLINE: March 24, 2010 ID#

DAY

TIME

DATES

FEE

10-7000-F

W

12:00 -4:00 pm

3/31

R $27/NR $40.50

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Roselle Park District Facility Rentals The Roselle Park District has rental space available for individuals, clubs, organizations or groups. Perfect for bridal showers, seminars, family reunions, retirement parties and more! See page 50 and 51 for more information on facility rentals!

New! Birthday Party Packages Ages 3-10

5 Birthday Themes See page 11 for more details

For more information contact Phil Knowles at (630) 894-4200 The facility reservation form(s) are downloadable from the RPD website! Interested in Renting and/or using the RPD Baseball/Softball Fields? Contact Facility Supervisor Phil Knowles at (630) 894-4200

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Western DuPage Special Recreation Association 630-681-0962 www.wdsra.com

Volunteers / Part Time Staff We are looking for caring people with a desire to give a little. Volunteers are needed to assist in a variety of programs from sports to crafts to special events. Our programs are fun and exciting. Sign up by yourself or with a friend. Hours are flexible, training is provided, and the benefits are many. For an application visit our website at www.wdsra.com.

WDSRA

WDSRA Programs

The Western DuPage Special Recreation Association (WDSRA), in cooperation with the Roselle Park District, offers a variety of fun and educational programs and services for individuals with special needs. With caring, dedicated and trained staff, WDSRA provides more than 1,000 programs, trips and special events year round to children and adults with disabilities. If you would like more information about WDSRA services and programs visit our website at www.wdsra.com or call (630) 681-0962.

We offer a wide range of programs to reach a variety of interests. • Basketball • Weeklong Trips • Special Olympics • Drama • Dance • Social Clubs • Music • Special Events • Bowling • Wheelchair and Adapted Sports • Overnight Outings . . . and much, much more!

Special Recreation The benefits of recreation extend far beyond the soccer field or the dance floor. The skills that are learned and practiced in leisure provide a tremendous foundation for life. For an individual with a disability, recreational activities can improve self-confidence, provide socialization opportunities, and reinforce a sense of teamwork and tolerance. They can establish friendships and gain social independence. The benefits are endless!

Inclusion Services WDSRA also offers inclusion services for those wishing to participate in regular park district programs but may need assistance. Inclusion is designed to provide the least restrictive environment while providing the maximum opportunity to participate in a program. There is no charge for WDSRA’s support. If you would like assistance, please indicate that special accommodations are needed on the park district registration form. If you have questions, contact WDSRA at 630-681-0962. Two-week advance notice is requested for inclusion support.

Roselle Park District and the ADA The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination on the basis of a disability. The Roselle Park District will make reasonable accommodations in recreations programs to enable participation by an individual with a disability that meets essential eligibility requirements for that leisure program and facilities. If you have questions or believe you have been unfairly discriminated against by the park district, please contact the Roselle Park District Director at (630) 894-4200 ext. 228. Those who use the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf may reach the park district by calling (800) 526-0844.

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Roselle Park District Patron Code of Conduct The Roselle Park District is committed to providing a safe, clean and fun environment for all participants and guests. By doing so, patrons are required to act appropriately and respectful of others at all times when using Park District parks and facilities. Persons using Roselle Park District facilities are expected to behave in a mature and responsible manner. The Roselle Park District Code of Conduct does not permit language or any action that may hurt or frighten another person or that falls below a generally accepted standard of conduct. Directions issued by Park District staff must be followed at all times. The following actions are prohibited at Roselle Park District facilities and parks: • Harassment or intimidation using words, gestures, body language or menacing behavior • Physical contact with another individual or staff member in an angry, violent or threatening manner • Any demonstration of sexual activity or sexual suggestiveness • Carrying or concealing weapons or devices that may be used as a weapon • Use or possession of illegal chemicals or alcohol on Park District property without proper permits • Abuse of Park District equipment, supplies and property. • Theft of services • Smoking and loitering inside or outside Roselle Park District facilities/grounds

• Continuous poor sportsmanship or overaggressive competitiveness from players or spectators • Any other unacceptable behavior including inappropriate dress Roselle Park District staff are eager to be of assistance. Members, guests and participants should not hesitate to notify staff when assistance is needed. Any violation of these guidelines may result in: a verbal warning, a written warning, immediate removal from the facility, suspension from Park District property, suspension of membership for a designated period of time or revocation of membership. The Roselle Park District will investigate all reported incidents on a case by case basis.

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DOG PARK/GARDEN CLUB ROSELLE PARK DISTRICT GARDEN CLUB (MR)

Dog Park at Odlum Park (PK)

The Roselle Park District Garden Club was established in April 2008 and was created to offer area gardeners the opportunity to gain more knowledge relating to cultivating gardens and landscapes, to give gardeners the opportunity to share their gardening skills and to encourage a greater sense of pride for community projects! Benefits of being a Garden Club member include: • Horticultural presentations, both in-house and through outside speakers. • Periodic garden related outings to local public and private gardens, arboretums and nurseries. • Club sponsored plant sales and plant swaps. • The chance to improve your community. • Friendship and camaraderie with gardeners who share your enthusiasm.

Location: Corner of Travis Parkway & Ryan Rd DIRECTIONS from Lake Street, take Rodenburg Rd. North to Travis \ Parkway(past Central), turn left (West) on Travis and follow street to Ryan Rd. near the Schaumburg Metra Station. Bring your dogs to get off leash, and play/socialize with other dogs. An annual Pooch Permit allows you and your canine companion to enjoy Roselle’s first dog park!

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FEE

10-6535-A

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May 2009-May 2010

R $24/NR $39

Resident: $25 First Dog, $10 Additional Dogs Non Resident: $40 First Dog, $15 Additional Dogs

A new membership purchase will be valid until June 30, 2010 The Roselle Park District Garden Club is seeking new members. The garden club, formed in the spring of 2008, meets the first Thursday of each month (excluding summer) at 7:00 p.m. at the Clauss Recreation Center, 555 W. Bryn Mawr. The membership fee is $24.00 per year, which includes membership in Garden Clubs of Illinois, and a copy of their newsletter. Member activities have included planting flowers at Kemmerling Pool, maintenance of the landscaped island at Prospect and Thorndale, participation in the Rose Parade, an annual plant sale, and a booth at the Lake Park Craft Fair. In addition, a rain garden is currently being designed for planting in front of the Roselle Village Hall. In cooperation with the Bloomingdale Garden Club, the Roselle Garden Club also planted a “Victory Garden” on a plot at the Clauss Recreation Center, and the harvest will be donated to the Bloomingdale Township Food Pantry. For more information about the Roselle Garden Club, download their informational flyer from the Roselle Park District at www.roselleparkdistrict.com, or call (630) 894-4200.

Registration *Registration fees are non-refundable, non-transferable and are not prorated. A signed liability waiver, submission of current vaccinations and verification of physical condition (rabies, distemper, kennel cough/bordetella and parvovirus) are required to be on file to obtain a pooch permit. More information, including rules and the pooch permit applications can be found on our website at www. roselleparkdistrict.com. At the time of registration, participants will receive a copy of the rules, membership card, and lanyard. The membership card and lanyard must be with owner at all times. The annual membership fee is $25 per resident dog and $40 per non-resident dog. In order to register, individuals must bring a copy of each dog’s immunization records (Rabies – certificate from the county, Distemper, Parovirus, and Bordetella) to the park district. We want to provide those who have purchased the pass a fun and safe environment! Dog owners not complying will be subject to fines of up to $1,000. Periodic monitoring and surveillance will be conducted by the Roselle Park District and the Village of Roselle Police.

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FACILITY RENTALS & SERVICES

Facility Rental Reservation Intervals Facility rental requests are reviewed/processed according to the Roselle Park District program schedule. Since a majority of our facilities experience heavy usage with our various programs, these take first priority. Once our seasonal program space is reserved, then an accurate level of availability with Clauss Recreation Center and Turner Park facilities can be determined. Therefore, the following are the earliest dates that facility rental requests can be reviewed/ processed by season: Winter/Spring

(January 1-May 31): November 1 Summer

(June 1-August 31): April 1 Fall

(September 1-December 31): July 1

Clauss Recreation Center If you are looking for that perfect place to host your next family gathering, athletic event, birthday party, graduation celebration, company party, or shower, then look no further! Please note: Clauss Recreation Center facilities at 555 W. Bryn Mawr are only available during the following rental hours:

It is possible to submit an early request for any time of the year, but these will be filed and then reviewed/processed on the above stated dates. Please contact the Facility Supervisor with any questions about this process.

Monday-Friday: 7:30 am-7:30* pm Saturday: 9:00 am-5:30* pm Sunday: 10:00 am-2:00* pm

Full Pa Payment

DESCRIPTION OF SPACES

Total rental fees must be received before any reservatio reservation can be made. Also, reservations cannot be b ‘penciled in’ or held before complete request requ is made and/or full payment of rental fees is received. Reservations are completed/processed on a first-come, complete first-serve b basis. It is best to plan and reserve facilities as early as possible for increased availability options.

Gym - The Gym is available for athletic events and your other fun group activities! The possibilities are endless! Reserve it for your group to let out some energy, shooting baskets, playing volleyball, or more! Possibilities for games include four-square, kickball, volleyball, and of course, basketball. Number of baskets and the floor lines allow for fullcourt or half-court games. Our heavy-duty dividing curtain also allows the option of renting only half the Gym for a decreased fee.

* Please contact the Facility Supervisor about any exceptions to these ending times.

Full Gym: R$58/hour NR$83/hour Half Gym: R$38/hour NR$63/hour Mandatory $27 flat fee for set-up/use of any tables, chairs, volleyball nets, or *extra play equipment. *(subject to availability, please call the Facility Supervisor at (630) 894-4200 to be sure)

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Maple Room – The Maple Room can accommodate up to 100 people. Round or rectangular tables for seating (and serving) can be set up with cushioned chairs to create the party/meeting set-up you desire! Extra tables can be set up for any catering or refreshments. There is also a refrigerator/freezer and sink available in the room for no additional charge. Please note: in order to keep our facilities in excellent condition, party decorations are limited to table cloths, centerpieces, and free-standing additions. Any decorations or elements requiring tape, adhesives, or tacks are prohibited inside or outside the building. Thank you for your understanding. Rental Fee: R$58/hour NR$83/hour Mandatory $27 flat fee for set-up of any tables and chairs.$18 flat fee for use of TV/VCR/DVD and/or presentation stand.

Meeting Rooms – These rooms offer comfort and privacy in a business-like setting. Let us transform one of our rooms into the spot you need for your meeting! Please call for additional information about the various room options and set-up possibilities. Rental Fee: R$33/hour NR$58/hour Mandatory $27 flat fee for set-up of any tables and chairs. $18 flat fee for use of TV/VCR/DVD and/or presentation stand.

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FACILITY RENTALS

DESCRIPTION OF SPACES

Turner Park Turner Park rental facilities (located at the intersection of Devon Ave. and Roselle Rd., Turner Park address for driving directions is 81 E. Devon/ Roselle, IL 60172) are available for a comparably longer range of daily hours than the CRC facilities. Please call the Facility Supervisor at (630) 894-4200 regarding any early morning or later evening hours of rental usage for the

Gazebo – Our Gazebo is available for rent. It’s a great place to secure for a wedding ceremony and taking wedding pictures! This could be an extra area to have with a Pavilion event. Also, this is a great gathering or ceremonial location and very quick walk to the other Turner features. There are a limited amount of picnic tables present around the perimeter of the Gazebo for your use. Not recommended for large picnic gatherings of 50 or more; the Pavilion is bettersuited for this purpose. Rental Fee: R$55/day NR$80/day

Please call 894-4200 Monday-Friday from 8:00 am-7:00 pm for additional information or reservation paperwork. The facility reservation form(s) are downloadable from the RPD website!

Pavilion – The Pavilion (picnic shelter structure) is a perfect place to host your company picnic, family reunion, or neighborhood get together. A pavilion reservation also allows you great access to the other nearby Turner features such as our splash pad, fishing pier, and athletic field. (Note: these additional features cannot be reserved.) Personal gas or charcoal barbecues and grills are allowed at the pavilion, however, please carry out and dispose of any used charcoal briquettes outside of the park. There are electrical outlets located at the pavilion but please use as sparingly as possible, as the voltage on these outlets is limited. Rental Fee: R$140/daily flat fee NR$165/daily flat fee(The Pavilion may only be reserved for up to 4 hours daily.)

REFUNDS/CANCELLATIONS PLEASED BE ADVISED Refunds with facility rental fees: • Cancellation request 30 or more calendar days prior to rental date = FULL REFUND (less $5 for administrative costs). • Cancellation request 15-29 calendar days prior to rental date = 50% REFUND (less $5 for administrative costs). • Cancellation request 5-14 calendar days prior to rental date = 25% REFUND (less $5 for administrative costs). • Cancellation request 4 or less calendar days prior to rental date = NO REFUND. • Refund request due to inclement weather with outdoor facilities = no refund. • Other types refund inquiries = at the discretion of Facility Supervisor.

Rescheduling a facility rental date or time: Original facility rental date can be rescheduled (pending facility availability) for a $10 fee. Rescheduling facility rental dates is at the discretion of the Facility Supervisor and will be performed on a case-by-case basis. MANDATORY $150.00 DAMAGE DEPOSIT amount (for any facility rental) must be provided by way of a check or credit card information in order for rental request to be reserved and processed. This payment refunded at the close of the rental interval pending approval by the Facility Supervisor. Charges that may be applied to this $150.00 total include, but are not limited to, the costs of repairs, damage to the facility and equipment, excessive cleaning, rental charges/fees for unauthorized use of the facility or areas of the facility, and policy violation fines during the reservation.

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GARDEN PLOTS/ GOOSE LAKE PARK Garden Plots (PK) Do you want to grow your own fresh vegetables but you don’t have enough room in your yard to garden? The park district has established plots for you to use for a very reasonable fee! Plots are located at the park district maintenance building on the south side of the Clauss Recreation Center area (driving entrance located off of Mensching Ave.). The plots are 6’ x 25’ with a 1’ fallow area at each end. Reserve your plot today (limit of one plot per household)! Coordination/reservation of plot reservations is at discretion of park district management. PLEASE BE ADVISED: Garden plots fill up fast! Please submit completed registration form (with check or credit card information to be held for payment of fee) to ensure your participation in the garden plot lottery. This lottery will determine the final garden plot reservations. Each numbered plot will be issued at random on lottery date of Wednesday, April 21, 2010 beginning at 1:00 pm with participating plot seekers. Reservation of previously-held plot numbers (and multiple plots) from year-to-year will no longer be possible. In order to ensure that all of our park district customers receive an equal opportunity to receive a plot reservation, no reservations from 2009 will be held. Registrations that do not receive plots in the lottery will not have their payment processed. OTHER NOTES: • An adjacent water source with an ample length of hose will be available at the plot site.

• Please do not drive your vehicle right next to the garden plot area. Parking spaces will be available in the maintenance center lot ensuring a short walk to your plot (please follow parking guidelines on posted signs). • Plots will be ready for your gardening (soil tilled, plots staked, water available, and garbage pick-up) *Monday, May 3rd, 2010. *(weather permitting, with moisture and other seasonal factors) • Not all garden plots are created equal… Some of our plots on the grid may experience excessive drainage from heavy rainfall and water erosion as a result. Park district staff is not responsible for alleviating or managing these weather/moisture elements. Park district maintenance staff will only perform the following: 1. Till existing soil ONCE in the spring season (this will not be repeated by request; soil workability, texture, and content is the responsibility of garden plot holder thereafter). 2. Measure out each 6’ x 25’ plot with posts and number. 3. Include 1’ fallow area at each end. 4.Maintain adjacent hose/water source. 5.Provide garbage pick-up from tall can in the garden plot area. Any other work associated with the individual garden plots is the responsibility of the reserving customer.

For more information and/or updates on the garden plots please call (630) 894-4200. WHO: Ages 16 and over MIN/MAX: (Plots) 10/22 ID#: 20-6530-A SEASON DATES: 5/3-end of growing season FEE: (Per Plot) R $32/NR $47

Goose Lake Park Disc- Golf Course The concept of the game is easier to understand when the term ‘Frisbee® golf’ is used, but since Frisbee is a registered trademark, we call the game disc golf instead. The game is similar to traditional ball golf. Players use special Frisbees (golf discs) instead of balls and clubs, and throw them at an above-ground target instead of a hole in the ground. The object of the game is to throw a golf disc into the target, ‘par’ or better, i.e., in the fewest number of throws. The combination of challenges to players, including distance, accuracy, wind, trees, shrubbery, water and terrain changes, offer plenty of action and excitement during the course of a game. The Professional Disc Golf Association website is http://www.pdga.com.

Disc Golf Course: Open May 1st – October 15th 10:00 am- Sunset For more information on the rules of the game please feel free to stop by the CRC for a copy of the rules.

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SKATE PARK

Skate Park

THE ROSELLE PARK DISTRICT SKATE PARK FACILITY The Roselle Park District Skate Park is located on Maple Street in Roselle, just south of Irving Park Road. This is an unsupervised skate park. Skateboarding, inline skating and bicycling are high-risk recreational activities with inherent risk of serious injury. Participants use this facility at their own risk.

Guidelines • Skateboarding, In-Line Skating and BMX Bike-riding are high risk activities. Please use caution. • The park district is NOT responsible for injuries. • Proper protective equipment, including helmets, elbowpads, knee pads, etc., is strongly recommended.

• Skaters are responsible for inspecting and reporting any damage and vandalism to the park district at 630-894-4200. • It is recommended that younger skaters be accompanied by an adult.

Prohibited Acts

• NO littering, breaking glass, and distributing/affixing fliers, stickers, etc. on park property. • Destruction and misuse of property or structures, including graffiti marking, damaging equipment, defacing signage, and using equipment contrary to designed/intended use. • Hours: 10:00 am - Sunset (weather permitting) NO trespassing after sunset

Are not limited to the following: • Only bicycles, skateboards/scooters, or rollerblades are allowed in designated areas. No bikes are allowed on the skate area and no skates are allowed on the bike area. • Users should use pathways to enter/exit designated areas. • NO food, drinks, or glass on skate/bike operating surfaces.

Enforcement

Penalties

The Roselle Police Department is authorized to arrest and/or ticket any persons found to be violating any ordinance or rule of the Roselle Park District or the Village of Roselle, or law of the State of Illinois.

• Fines of $25 to $500. • Confiscation of the bicycle, skateboard/scooter, or rollerblades.

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ICE SKATING AT TURNER PARK/WALKING TRACK The Roselle Park District is now recycling

NEW ! Ice Skating at Turner Pond WELCOME BACK AND ENJOY! The Roselle Park District is happy to offer ice skating at Turner Park! Turner Pond will be available for ice skating as soon as weather conditions permit. During the winter, the parks department will regularly test the depth of the ice. They will also clean off the south section of the pond which will be designated for ice skating. (As a reminder, snow removal from the paths and parking lots is the District’s first priority during storm clean up, followed by ice skating at Turner Pond.) Skating on Turner Pond is allowed only when a GREEN FLAG is flying at the pond. If there is NO FLAG or a RED FLAG, NO SKATING is permitted. Hours for Ice Skating at Turner Pond (weather permitting) Monday-Friday 10 am - dusk Saturday and Sunday 10 am - dusk Call the seasonal weather hot line at (630) 671-9261 for current skating conditions. There is no charge to skate at Turner Pond. Please note that there are no warming facilities or lights at Turner for skating. We will have a porta-potty available on site. There is no attendant on duty. Skaters must provide their own ice skates.

We all play a part in recycling to really make an impact. According to the recent survey, 99% of respondents are willing, able and ready to recycle in the parks and teach their kids to do the same. Recycle similar materials at the facilities as you do at home. Below is breakdown of what you can recycle In any of our blue containers. • Newspaper (and all inserts) • Magazines, Catalogs, Phone Books • Junk Mail (construction paper, colored paper, etc) • Office Paper (letter, letterhead, fax paper) • Chipboard (cereal boxes, tissue boxes, paper towel & toilet paper rolls, etc)

Turner Park Splash Pad Open May through September. Take advantage of this great new feature at Turner Park. It consists of a

Before you head out to skate: (see additional rules on site) • Check for the GREEN FLAG that indicates the parks department staff has checked the ice thickness • Never skate on the pond by yourself • Report unsafe or dangerous conditions to the Park District (630) 894-2121 • Do not skate at night • No ice fishing is allowed • Sleds are prohibited on the pond • Be courteous to other skaters • HAVE FUN! Because ice skating may result in injury, and because the Park District’s skating area is unsupervised, guests who skate at Turner Pond skate at their own risk and assume full responsibility. The Park District urges skaters to exercise caution and obey all posted signs. We encourage everyone to participate in these activities in a safe manner and suggest that children be supervised by a responsible adult.

splash playground and two playgrounds, designed for children of all ages.

Walking Track Did you know that it is free to use our walking track? All you have to do is sign in each time at the front desk. One mile is equivalent to 14 times around the track. Roselle is the one of very few park districts that doesn’t charge to walk the track.

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FACILITY MAP

Kemmerling Park and Pool

400 Prospect Ave

The Scout Lodge

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Dog Park

Brittania

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HOW TO REGISTER Waivers Three Easy Ways To Register

2. Fax:

1. Mail-In: Completed Registration Form (page 58) to Clauss Recreation Center, 555 W. Bryn Mawr, Roselle, IL 60172

3. Walk-In:

Completed Registration Form (page 58) to (630) 894-5610.

Registration accepted at Clauss Recreation Center, 555 W. Bryn Mawr, Roselle, Front Desk or after-hours *yellow drop-in box. Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-**7:00 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m.-**12:30

*Yellow drop-in box is located inside doors in lobby area- please leave only check or credit card payment (no cash) when using drop box). **Registration cannot be processed after these times but registration forms may be placed in yellow drop box for processing the time the front desk is open.

In-District Registration In-district registration for 2010 WinterSpring programs begins Wednesday, December 16, 2009 at 8 am.

Out of District Registration Out of district registration and in-district registration for 2010 Winter-Spring programs received after the deadline will be processed on a first come first serve basis.

Receipt Confirming Your Class All registration received up to Wednesday, December 15 will be collected and randomly entered in our system. Receipts will begin to be mailed on December 16 as the registration is processed.

Program Room and Area Locations Program locations are subject to change. Roselle Park District staff reserves the right to make changes to room/area locations if deemed necessary for the participation and safety of all our registrants and programs. This type of flexibility is necessary to ensure that all planned program sessions can meet and activities can go as planned.

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Registration will continue until classes are filled or cancelled due to low enrollment (at the discretion of the corresponding Recreation Supervisor).

Include Payment & Sign Waiver/Release Please note that you need to include full payment and a signed waiver and release for your form to be processed. Credit card payments require an additional signature to authorize payment. For these reasons, we are unable to accept phone-in registrations.

Payment Types Registration payment can be made by:  Cash  Checks payable to the Roselle Park District  Money Order  Credit Card – Visa or MasterCard  Roselle Park District gift certificate

In Accordance with the Recreation Department policy, all program participants must sign a hold-harmless agreement prior to participation in department sponsored programs. The waivers are on the bottom portion of program registration form and must be signed by the adult participating in an adult program; and by the parent or legal guardian of participant under 18..

Please Be Advised No registrations can be processed after 7:00 p.m. Monday-Friday or after 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. After these times the front desk can accept registration forms but they will not be processed until the next day the front desk is open. Please note: the front desk cannot hold any full or partial CASH payments. NO EXCEPTIONS (CHECK or CREDIT CARD information can be held). Also, there can be no acceptance of any overage payments with transactions. The District can only receive a total payment of what the total corresponding fees necessitate. It is not possible for the District to perform the service of providing cash back or in-system credit on any overwritten personal checks, company checks, government-issue checks, or money orders.

In Case of an 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.

Nothing ruins a good program quicker… than everyone waiting until the last minute to register for it. There is a point where if there aren’t enough registrants to hold the program, it is cancelled. Coming in the day of, or the day before the program won’t resurrect it. Please register at least a week early to avoid disappointment.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION Residency

Non Resident Fees

Wait List Process

Not all Roselle residents are Roselle Park District residents. Even though you may have a Roselle address, you may pay taxes to another park district.Therefore, proof of residency is required when registering for programs for the first time. This may be done with a driver’s license, utility bill, (or a mortgage statement for those who are recently moving to the area). Roselle Park District residents support the district through property tax contributions and therefore these residents have first priority in the registration process each program period.

Unless specified by a particular program, the non-resident program fee is an additional $15 or 50% of the regular fee, whichever is less. This does not apply to facility rentals. For all facility rentals, CRC or Turner Park, there is a consistent $25 increase for nonresidents in addition to the stated resident fees.

A wait list is formed when a class reaches participant levels beyond the maximum. The wait list is designed to maintain interested people in a holding area until more spaces in the program are available, someone drops out or transfers or a new section is added by park district staff based on interest. The wait list is maintained based on the order we process registrations. Customers will be contacted for confirmation before being added to one of our wait lists (or transferred from a wait list into the desired program) by the front desk or specific program supervisor. Please note: before a participant is transferred into a program all corresponding paperwork and payments are required..

Returned Check Policy We gladly accept personal checks as payment. If, for any reason, a check is returned to our office marked “NSF,” we will contact you. You will then be required to submit a full cash or money order payment, as well as a $30 bookkeeping fee, within a five business day period. Class privileges will be suspended and new registration will not be accepted until payment is received.

Roselle Park District and the ADA The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination on the basis of a disability. The Roselle Park District will make reasonable accommodations in recreation programs to enable participation by an individual with a disability that meets essential eligibility requirements for that leisure program and facilities. If you have questions or believe you have been unfairly discriminated against by the park district, please contact the Roselle Park District Director of Parks & Recreation at (630) 894-4200 ext. 228. Those who use the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf may reach the park district by calling (800) 526-0844.

What about insurance? The Roselle Park District does not provide medical coverage for injuries suffered while participating in park district programs, or while using park facilities.The park district, therefore, cannot assume responsibility for personal injury for persons participating in a recreation program or using facilities. Patrons are advised to make provisions for this coverage in their own personal insurance program.

Refund Policy The Roselle Park District endorses a customer satisfaction policy and strives to provide high quality programs, services, and facilities. However, sometimes expectation levels or situations occur that do not meet the satisfaction of our customers and a refund request is made.  All refund requests must be made at least two business days before the first class meeting or practice of program.  Trips and special events require reservations and planning weeks ahead of time and therefore do not allow us to accept refund requests unless there is a wait list and someone can fill the spot.  Individuals requesting refunds with two or more business days notice, prior to the first class meeting or practice will receive a full refund, less $5 for administrative costs.  No refunds will be issued for any program after second meeting of a program, unless a physician’s note is provided. Refund requested for medical reasons will be prorated from the time the request is received.

If for any reason you are requesting a refund, please contact the Park District at (630) 894-4200 or come by in person to submit a request.

 Refunds with facility rental fees: • Cancellation request 30 or more calendar days prior to rental date = FULL REFUND (less $5 for administrative costs). • Cancellation request 15-29 calendar days prior to rental date = 50% REFUND (less $5 for administrative costs). • Cancellation request 5-14 calendar days prior to rental date = 25% REFUND (less $5 for administrative costs). • Cancellation request 4 or less calendar days prior to rental date = NO REFUND. • Refund request due to inclement weather with outdoor facilities = no refund. • Other types refund inquiries = at the discretion of Facility Supervisor.

 The Park District will not issue refunds for fitness center memberships or LPHS student CRC parking permits.  Some classes, programs, and fees have specific refund policies that will be adhered to.  The Park District reserves the right to judge refund requests on a case-by-case basis and partial or full refunds may or may not be approved at any time at the discretion of the district.

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Register at Clauss RecreationCenter 555 W. Bryn Mawr Ave Roselle, Il 6072 FAX: (630) 894-5610 Phone: (630) 894-4200

ROSELLE PARK DISTRICT REGISTRATION FORM

* SECTION A (PLEASE PRINT) FILL IN THE INFORMATION FOR HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD *REQUIRED FOR PROCESSING * Parent Guardian Name ________________________________________________

* Home Phone _____________________

* Address ____________________________________________________________

* Cell Phone _______________________

Work Phone ______________________

*Email Address________________________________________________________

SECTION B (PLEASE PRINT) PROGRAM PARTICIPANT INFORMATION CLASS ID#

PROGRAM NAME

PARTICIPANT (FIRST & LAST NAME)

SEX

BIRTHDAY

GRADE

PROGRAM FEE

(MO/DAY/YR)

Americans with Disabilities Act

NON RESIDENT FEE:

The Roselle Park District intends to comply with the intent and spirit of the Americans with Disability Act. If you need any special accommodations the park district will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate you. Please call the park district at (630) 894-4200 to make arrangements. Americans with Disabilities Act Special Needs?

SECTION C

BASIC FITNESS ID# _________

$

No

Yes

$

TOTAL FEES:

SIGN THE WAIVER & RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS

(PARTICIPANT WILL BE DENIED IF SIGNATURE OF ADULT PARTICIPANT OR PARENT/GUARDIAN AND DATE ARE NOT ON THIS WAIVER)

Please read this form carefully and be aware that in registering yourself or your minor child/ward for participation in the above program(s), you will be waiving and releasing all claims for injuries you or your child/ward might sustain arising out of the above program/programs (including transportation services and vehicle operations, when provided). “I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in the above program(s) and I agree to assume the full risk of any such injuries, damages or loss regardless of severity which I or my child/ward may have against the Park District and its officers, agents, servants and employees as a result of participating in any of the above program(s). I waive and relinquish all claims I or my children may have against the Park District and its officers, agents, servants and employees as a result of participating in any of the above programs. I hereby fully release and discharge the Park District and its officers, agents, servants and employees from any and all claims from injuries, damage or loss which I or my child/ward may have or which may accrue to me or my child/ward on account of my participation of the participation of my child/ward in any of the above program(s). I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the Park District and its officers, agents, servants and employees from any and all claims resulting from injuries, damages and losses sustained by me or by my child/ward, and arising out, connected with, or in any way associated with the activities of any of the program(s). “I understand that unless specifically stated in writing at the time of registration, photographs of participants may be taken and used for promotional purposes. ”Registration will be accepted by mail or fax. You mail your form to the Roselle Park District or send by facsimile transmission to (630) 894-5610. When registering by fax, it is mutually understood that the facsimile registration document (including the waiver and release of all claims) shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as the original form. “I have read and fully understand the above program, details and waiver and release of all claims.”

__________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE REQUIRED PARTICIPANTS SIGNATURE (18 YEARS OR OLDER OR PARENT/GUARDIAN)

_________________________ DATE

REGISTRATION MUST BE SIGNED AND ACCOMPAINIED BY FULL PAYMENT TO BE PROCESS. WHEN REGISTERING FOR AN ADULT PROGRAM, EACH ADULT MUST SIGN WAVIER.

Visa

MasterCard

Cash

Credit Card #

Last 3 digits on back of card

*Check # Name on card *PAYABLE TO ROSELLE PARK DISTRICT

Authorized Signature

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

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Expiration Date

RECEIPT#__________________________________________________________ STAFF INTIALS _________________________________

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Saturday, May 15, 2010 See page 8 for more details!

Ice Skating at Turner Pond is back! The Roselle Park District is bringing ice skating to Turner Pond. See page 54.

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PAID SCHAUMBURG, IL 60194 PERMIT NO. 797

ECRWSS RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER ROSELLE, ILLINOIS 60172

Please register early to guarantee your spot. Last year’s dance was sold out!

Come dressed up and ready to dance and have a good time. Enjoy refreshments, complimentary photos, and the music and magic of Jim Jensen Entertainment.

Sponsored in part by

Daddy Daughter Date Night Sunday, February 21, 2010 6:00-8:00 PM

Hear ye, hear ye! All young maidens age 10 and under and their beloved chaperones are hereby invited to attend the local ball at the Castle of Magical Music. Show the young lady in your life just how important she is by inviting her to this special evening out. Dads, granddads, big brothers, uncles or cousins are welcome to share this special night with their own sweet princess. This is a magical evening to be remembered forever! WHO: Girls age 10 and under with an adult MIN/MAX: 10/100

LOC: CRC Gym

ID #: 10-8010-E

DAY: Su

TIME: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

DATE: 2/7

FEE: R $25/NR $37.50 $10 for each additional girl


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