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General Information

Mission Statement We will become a vital asset serving the recreational and leisure needs of our citizens.

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

Park District Staff (630) 837-2468 ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT

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Executive Director Superintendent of Parks and Planning Superintendent of Recreation CCAC Manager Adminstrative Secretary

Rick Wulbecker Bob O’Brien, CPRP, CPSI Nicole Cox Melissa Kress Lea Ann Mislevy

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r.wulbecker@hpparks.org b.obrien@hpparks.org n.cox@hpparks.org m.kress@hpparks.org l.mislevy@hpparks.org

Gina Mastro-Strickler Mark Dolphin Heczen Gomez

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g.mastro_strick@hpparks.org m.dolphin@hpparks.org h.gomez@hpparks.org

Gabe Villar, CPO Steve Sterling

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RECREATION DEPARTMENT Customer Relations Supervisor Athletic Supervisor Marketing Supervisor PARKS DEPARTMENT Assistant Superintendent of Parks Parks Foreman FINANCE & PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT Business Supervisor Accounting Payroll Clerk Accounting Clerk CUSTOMER SERVICE STAFF Sharon Lutz Lisa Dempsey

Renee Wall 137 Nancy Santucci 127 Franka Byrne

r.wall@hpparks.org n.santucci@hpparks.org f.byrne@hpparks.org

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

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General

Youth

Special Events

Spanish

Birthday Parties

Seniors

Pre-School

Centre Court Athletic Club

Early Childhood

Groups and Organizations

Before/After School Care

Registration Information

Athletics

Registration Form

Cultural Arts

Family Information Form

Music Classes

Facility Rentals

School of Dance

Parks and Facilities

Letter From The Board President Happy Holidays to all our Park District Residents. Start off the Holiday season with The Holiday Craft Fair on Nov 19 from 10 am-4 pm at the Community Center. Then sign up for our very popular North Pole Express, Letters to Santa and our Winter Break Camps. Check out three new events – Father/Son Nerf Battle, Glo in the Dark Mini Golf and Dodgeball Open Gym! Our annual Youth Basketball Leagues from 1st/2nd grade all the way thru high school are ready to go. Player registration deadline is Nov 30. Come on out to our NEW Youth Indoor Soccer Leagues (U8-U10). Player registration deadline is Jan 6, 2017. Staff has re-vamped our Youth Birthday Parties with new themed packages from Mini Golf Parties to Tennis Parties. Choose the one that fits you the best! Make a commitment to your health for the New Year! CCAC offers 2 types of memberships for your specific athletic club needs. Our “club membership” is all inclusive that covers the 3 main aspects of the club; tennis, racquetball and fitness. Our “fitness membership” is the same except for the tennis aspect of the club. May you and your family have a wonderful and safe Holiday Season. Mary Morrison Park District Board President

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General Information

BORDER CATEGORIES

Park District Facilities & Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5 pm Wednesday 8:30 am – 8 pm Saturday 9 am – 12 pm

FACILITIES Community Center & Park District Office 1919 Walnut Avenue Hanover Park, IL 60133 630-837-2468 Fax: 630-837-9720 Centre Court Athletic Club 1919 Walnut Avenue Hanover Park, IL 60133 630-837-6300 Ahlstrand Fieldhouse 6800 Catalpa Street Hanover Park, IL 60133 Seafari Springs Aquatic Center 1700 Greenbrook Boulevard Hanover Park, IL 60133 (Open June – August) 630-830-0300 Fax: 630-830-3180 Parks Maintenance 1752 Maple Street Hanover Park, IL 60133 630-837-8800

HOTLINES Youth Athletic Hotline 630-837-2468 (ext. 208) Adult Athletic Hotline 630-837-2468 (ext. 230) Dance Hotline 630-837-2468 (ext. 209) Swim Lessons Hotline 630-830-0300 Like us on Facebook / hpparks

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battle Father/Son Nerf Battle

Dads, have you wanted to compete against your kids in a Nerf battle but didn’t have the space to? Well now you do! Come out to the Park Districts gym and spend some quality time with your son(s) and have a blast shooting each other with Nerf Darts. We also will have fun challenges to compete in. A slice of pizza comes with each registration. Extra slices of pizza will be sold. The gym will be set up with mats and obstacles to use for shields against the other fathers and sons. Players must bring their own Nerf guns but NO modified, fully automatic or mega dart Nerf guns will be allowed. Safety glass and darts will be provided. Community Center Gym - 1919 Walnut Ave. Hanover Park IL, 60188

Program # 303545-01

Age 6+

Day F

Date 12/30

Time 5:30-8pm

Fee $7/$10

Mark Dolphin m.dolphin@hpparks.org

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Birthday Parties

Tiny Tots Party (Ages 1-4) $90/$105

Hanover Park Park District Birthday Party Packages Include: • 10 Children plus birthday child, their mother and father • Each additional guest will be $5 (child or adult) • 1 hour of playtime and 1 hour in the party room • Thirty (30) minutes before/after your party to set-up, decorate and clean up. Trash bags and trash removal included. • Additional time can be added for $30 per half hour, wit a maximum of 1 hour extra. • One dedicated party host/hostess (for up to 20 guests) • Additional host(s) for any parties over 20 guests • A cart to bring in and take out your party supplies • Decorations, plastic table covers, napkins, plates, and cups ( • You are welcome to bring in your own decorations, juice, pop, food or cake, (coordinate with Mark Dolphin). returned with a $50 non-refundable deposit fee. Final payment and number of guests are due 5 business days before your party. A two-week notice is required to reserve your party. Dates are subject to availability.

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Are you looking for a place to let your little one and their friends crawl around and have fun for their birthday? Well look no further. We have an early childhood class room with toys and mats that your little one can play with and have a ball with. (MD)

Miniature Golf Party (Ages 5-14) $100/$115

Our Miniature Golf Course is fun, unique and designed just for you! It appeals to children of all age. Miniature golf will be set up for party guests to enjoy. It can be turned it into a glow in the dark course but only available during certain months Contact Mark Dolphin if interested in glow mini golf. (MD)

Cooking and Games Party (Ages 5-14) $100/$115

Enjoy our new cooking party where you can pick from cheese or pepperoni pizza, cupcakes, or quesadillas to cook. While the food is cooking you get to play our “60 seconds or less” games. (Additional cooking choice may be added for a fee of $25) (MD)

Princess for a Day Party (Ages 6-10) $100/$115

The birthday girl will be a princess on her special day! Guests and birthday girl will get hair, nails, and make up done. Everyone will create a crown to keep. (MD)

All Sports Party (Ages 5-14) $100/$115

Come enjoy your birthday party at the Hanover Park Park District Gym. You will have the entire gym at your disposal. Some of the sports you can choose to play are basketball, soccer, touch football, or even kickball. (MD)

Nerf Battle Party (Ages 6-14) $100/$115

Have you ever wanted to have a Nerf gun battle in the house but mom said no? Well now you can! Bring your friends to celebrate your birthday and get ready to have the best Nerf battle ever. Create your own obstacles to use to defeat the other team. There are 10 Nerf guns available from the park district to use. Targets, obstacles, safety glasses and darts will be provided. (MD)

Tennis Party (Ages 5-14) $115/$130

Learn how to play tennis or just have fun playing tennis for your next birthday party. A certified tennis pro will be there to teach everyone the basics of tennis. You will also get to play some fun games. (MD)

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Early Childhood

Early Childhood Program Guideline Pull ups are accepted, but our staff are not able to change any child. Children should be in the process of learning how to be toilet independent while attending programs. Parents must be available to return to the program to change their child’s pull up or in case of a bathroom accident.

Preschool Enrichment

Color Crazy

Enroll your child today in one of our Enrichment Programs. Children do not need to be enrolled in preschool to attend these programs. Children will learn about a variety of topics throughout the school year. Make sure to pack your child a lunch. This is a great way to extend your child’s preschool day or expose them to the classroom setting.

Learn all the colors of the rainbow! Students will learn about primary colors and how to mix paint to make different colors. Each week everyone will make a colorful craft to take home!

Beauty and the Beat

As easy as 123

Each week will feature a different fairytale such as “Beauty and the Beast” to dance using props and our imaginations. There will time to create a craft based on that week’s tale plus time for lunch. Please dress your child(ren) in comfortable clothes that allow for movement.

Children will learn how math plays an important role in their daily lives. Through this unique approach, the children explore topics such as number recognition, patterns, and sorting.

Large Motor Skill Room 305530-01 3-5 405530-01 3-5

M 2/6-3/13 11:45A-12:45P $40/$55 M 4/3-5/15 11:45A-12:45P $40/$55

No class 2/20

Explore and Discover Curious children will love the hands-on science experiments that focus on the five senses and the human body, nutrition and exercise. 3-5 3-5

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Large Motor Skill Room 301033-01 401033-02

3-5 3-5

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2/9-3/16 4/6-5/18

11:45A-12:45P $40/$55 11:45A-12:45P $40/$55

A to Z Sounds and letters come alive through puppets, art projects, finger plays, and stories. Learn basic phonics through books, crafts, and sensory activities, and experience the joy of starting to read. Large Motor Skill Room 301030-01 401030-02

Large Motor Skill Room 301031-01 401031-02

Large Motor Skill Room

3-5 3-5

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2/10-3/17 11:45A-12:45P $40/$55 4/7-5/19 11:45A-12:45P $40/$55

11:45A-12:45P $40/$55 11:45A-12:45P $40/$55

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Preschool

2016-2017

Preschool Mission Statement

The Hanover Park Park District’s Preschool program provides a safe and nurturing learning environment to encourage the progression of socialization skills, motor skills, and emotional development while encouraging independence, self expression and listening skills. Our students are prepared for kindergarten through the learning areas of numbers, math, letters, writing, reading, colors and shapes.

How Do I Enroll My Child?

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Review the class location and times. Decide upon a class that will best fit schedules and child’s age. There is limited enrollment in these programs. •

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Little Learners is for children who are 3 years old as of September 1, 2016.

• Pre-Kindergarten is for children who are 4 years old as of September 1, 2016. Register in person at the Community Center. •

You will need the first month’s tuition.

• You will need a copy of your child’s birth certificate. •

$15 non-resident fee will be charged at the time of registration when applicable.

Locations:

Upon completing registration you will receive:

Ahlstrand Field House

Community Center

Parent Handbook.

6800 Catalpa

1919 Walnut Ave

Information Sheet concerning billing.

Hanover Park, IL 60133

Hanover Park, IL 60133

Emergency information form to be completed by parent and given to child’s teacher on the first day of school.

(630) 837-2008

(630) 837-2468

All children must be toilet independent • Pull-ups are not acceptable

IMPORTANT CLASS DATES

T/TH classes begin 9/6/16; M/W/F classes begin 9/7/16 Graduation for all Pre-K classes Wednesday, May 24, 2017 There will be no class for Pre- K, Little Learners, or Totally 2s & 3s on the following dates due to holiday breaks. Monday October 10, 2016 Monday November 21, 2016- Friday November 25, 2016 Wednesday December 21, 2016-Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Monday January 16, 2017 Monday February 20, 2017 Monday March 27, 2017- Friday March 31, 2017 Friday April 14, 2017

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Totally 2s & 3s Enrollment Procedure

The smart choice to get your little one ready for kindergarten. Students will learn about size, color and shapes, numbers, reading readiness, following directions, time, listening skills and social-emotional development. Teachers will explore the alphabet, addresses, phone numbers and name writing with your child. Classes are designed for the child entering kindergarten in the fall of 2017. A graduation celebration will be held at the end of the school year. Class maximum: 14 students.

Registration must be completed at the Park District office. The entire fee is due at time of registration. A copy of the child’s birth certificate is due at time of registration. Your child must be 2 years old by September 1, 2016. Upon registering you will be given a copy of the parent manual, emergency form, and medication form. The forms are due on the first day of class.

Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

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601020-01

M/W/F

9-11:30A $156/MONTH

601020-02

TU/TH

9-11:30A $114/MONTH

The first day of each session is with parents. Parents will be able to see what a typical day at Totally 2s & 3s is like for their child. Policies and procedures will be explained during the first day.

Little Learners In a class by itself! Socialization and learning through play will fill your child’s day. Students are exposed to creative art expression, singing and rhythm activities, body movement, stories, free play, name recognition, fine motor skills, and activities related to every day math, science, and language discovery. This class is a great opportunity for your child to get ready for Pre-Kindergarten. Class maximum: 14 students. Ahlstrand Fieldhouse

3 As Of September 1, 2016

601010-10 M/W/F 9-11A 601010-11 TU/TH 9-11A

Totally 2s & 3s Information

Pull ups are accepted, but our teachers are not able to change any child. Children should be in the process of learning how to be toilet independent while attending this program. Parents must be available to return to the program to change their child’s pull up or in case of a bathroom accident. Fees are based on how many days class will be in session due to official school holidays. For our cancellation and transfer policies, please refer to our parent manual.

$130/MONTH Totally $96/MONTH

2s & 3s**

Designed to provide your child with their first introduction to a preschool setting. Children are eased into separation from their parents when their child is ready. Classes will emphasize socialization and learning through play. Music, story time, and arts n crafts are a few of the exciting new experiences your toddler will enjoy. This program is an excellent stepping stone into our Little Learners program. Class maximum: 12 students. CC Early Childhood Room 2 As Of September 1, 2016 301000-01 TU/TH 1/3-5/25 9-10:30A $201/$216 301000-02 TU/TH 1/3-5/25 10:45A-12:15P $201/$216 ** Due to popular demand, the Totally 2s &3s school sessions have been extended! Please look closely, as the start and end dates for each session have been improved. **

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Pre-Kindergarten


Before & After School Club

SCHOOL CLUB Before & After School Club (BASC) Payment Information Tuition is based on the total number of days school is actually in session per year. Fees are divided into 9 equal payments for the school year and will not be lower for those months that have fewer attendance days due to holidays (i.e. winter and spring break). Participants are not charged for holidays and days off from school.

A $15 non-resident fee will be charged at the time of registration when applicable.

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

Days Off From School Information BASC does not run on days when school is not in session. If the school closes due to inclement weather the BASC will be closed. There will be additional programs on some of the school districts’ full days off.

BASC Daily Pass Don’t have a set schedule or need childcare when something comes up, then this is your solution. The Daily Pass allows you to purchase days and use them when you need them throughout the school year. There are guidelines that will be given out at time of registration. Please note that some dates may become unavailable based on ratios. No refunds given on unused passes. Schools Serviced: Hanover Highlands, Horizon, Laurel Hill, Ontarioville, Anne Fox and Greenbrook Before School Club – Ahlstrand Fieldhouse Time: 6:15 am-School Arrival 602201-06 Daily Pass $9 After School Club – Ahlstrand Fieldhouse Time: School Dismissal – 6:15 pm 602200-06 Daily Pass $14 12

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Before School Club (BSC) Our before school staff not only provides a safe and fun environment, but also participates in games and crafts with your child before they start the school day. Breakfast (such as cereal, toaster pastries) is provided. With a flexible schedule (you pick how many days your child attends) and a reasonable fee, you cannot go wrong. Transportation from our facility to school is provided by our shuttle bus. (NC) Schools Serviced: Hanover Highlands, Horizon, Laurel Hill, Ontarioville, Anne Fox and Greenbrook for grades morning/full kindergarten through 6th grade Start Time: 6:15am

Ahlstrand Fieldhouse Program # 602201-01 602201-02 602201-03 602201-04 602201-05

Day(s) per week 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days

Monthly Fee $28 $56 $84 $112 $140

2nd Child Fee $26 $52 $78 $104 $130

After School Club (ASC) Keep your kids active and busy after school! Our after school staff not only provides a safe and fun environment, but also participates in crafts, games and sports with your child. There’s homework and snack time too. With a flexible schedule (you pick how many days your child attends) and a reasonable fee, you cannot go wrong. Transportation from school to our facility is provided by our shuttle bus. Schools Serviced: Hanover Highlands, Horizon, Laurel Hill, Ontarioville, Anne Fox and Greenbrook for grades afternoon/full day kindergarten through 6th grade Ahlstrand Fieldhouse Time: School Dismissal – 6:15 pm Program # 602200-01 602200-02 602200-03 602200-04 602200-05

Day(s) per week 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days

Monthly Fee $44 $86 $129 $171 $212

2nd Child Fee $39 $76 $114 $151 $187

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General Interest

STEM - How to Code Prepare your kids for the future! In this exciting class, children learn programming essentials with software developed by MIT, and other recognized teaching institutions. It allows children to program their own interactive stories, games and animations. It encourages systematic reasoning, creativity, and helps them to work collaboratively. This class is a multi-level program where children are placed based on skill and experience. Students can move up a level each time they take the class to take on more advanced concepts. At the end of the session, students will be given a gift. (MD) Community Center Art Studio (6 weeks) 303130-01

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1/11-2/15

6-7P $60

LEGO Robotics Academy The LEGO Robotics Academy is a comprehensive, repeatable after school program where children learn to design, build and program robots. Using a creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), this is a teacher-led instructional class followed by fun, engaging and dynamic activities. The Robotics Academy is a repeatable program where children are placed based on skill and experience. Students can move up a level each time they take the class to take on more advanced concepts and activities. At the end of each session, students will be given a gift and a Robotics Academy Student Progress Booklet. (MD)

Dog Obedience (People Training for Dogs) Our novice dog obedience course is designed to educate the public on being responsible dog owners and to recognize and control problems before they become unmanageable. You will teach your dog to heel, sit, down, stay, and stand for veterinary exams and come when called by the end of the session.  You will see improvement immediately following the first session and thereafter in working with your dog for only 30 minutes a day.  Along with learning basic commands, the topics of nutrition, immunizations, and grooming will be discussed.  Don’t let your best friend take you for a walk.  Begin a program to make your dog your best friend again.  Students and their dog may repeat this class free of charge for the life of their dog.  The first class is held without the dog.  For more information please visit www.r-solid.com. Participants ages 12-18 year olds must have an adult present in class. Instructor is from Roc Solid Obedience. (MD)              (6 weeks) Location:

Bartlett Park District

306000-01 1/21-2/25 SA 9-11:30A $100/$115 306000-02 3/4-4/8 SA 9-11:30A $100/$115

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Beginning Piano Lessons

Dancers will learn jazz terminology and steps while polishing their performance skills. Basic tumbling will be introduced. .Zero - 2 years experience required. Students will perform in the Spring Recital. Class is 11 weeks (NC) Attire: Black fitted dancewear (black leotard, black dance capris or dance shorts, black footless tights) black split sole slip-on jazz shoes. Hair must be away from the face. CC Dance Studio 305530-01

6+

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1/18-4/19 5:30-6:30P $88/$103

Costume Fee: $50 due by February 4th at 12 pm

Tapping Tutus This class is for the younger dancer who wishes to learn tap and ballet and is ready for an hour class. Students learn beginning ballet terminology and steps, tap basics and how to perform for an audience. Dancers will participate in Spring Recital. Class is 11 weeks. Attire: Black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes with elastic attached (no slippers) AND black tap shoes, slipon preferred. May wear skirt or tutu. No athletic or street clothes. Hair must be secured away from the face in a ponytail or bun. CC Dance Studio 305531-01 4-6

F 1/20-4/21

$88/$103

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Beauty and the Beat Your little dancer will explore the wonderful world of dance. Each week will feature a different fairytale such as “Beauty and the Beast” to dance using props and your dancers’ imagination. There will even be time to create a craft based on that week’s tale along with time for lunch. Dress your dancer in comfortable clothes that allow for movement. For more Preschool Enrichment programs check out page 7. Ahlstrand Fieldhouse 305530-01 3-5 M 405530-01 3-5 M

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A book fee of $10.00 payable to A & A Music is due the first day of class. A&A Music, 27W281 Ontarioville Rd., Hanover Park 302522-01 6-7 M 1/9-3/13 302522-02 8-10 M 1/9-3/13

6-6:45P $165/$180 7-7:45P $165/$180

Beginning Guitar Lessons Stuck inside for winter? Start learning music from our wonderful beginning guitar class. Learn from a performing professional guitar instructor. Beginning lessons are given on Wednesday evenings in conjunction with A & A Music Academy. Each class is designed to teach basic music reading skills, chords, strumming techniques, plus all with fun songs you’ll love. Class size is limited to 4 students, but if the class is full, please signs up on the waiting list. We will make additional classes, and try our best to get everyone that signs up into a class. (MD) A book fee of $10.00 payable to A & A Music is due the first day of class A&A Music, 27W281 Ontarioville Rd., Hanover Park 302524-01 8-12 W 1/11-3/15 7-7:45P $165/$180

Private Drum Lessons

C O N T A C T

This class is for children or adults, beginners to experienced drummers. You’ll learn Jazz, Rock, Blues, Funk, and Latin Funk drum techniques during your private halfhour lessons on a professional drum set. Instructor Verne Duddles creates a comfortable and inspiring atmosphere to maximize each student’s progress. Please bring a set of drum sticks to class (price is $6-$12), available at any good music store. The recommended drumstick sizes are: 7A for children and 5A for adults. (MD)

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CC Board Room

2/6-3/13 11:45A-12:45P $40/$55 4/3-5/15 11:45A-12:45P $40/$55

No class 2/20 p r o u d

Eliminate those winter blahs by adding music to your life! Piano teaches much more than music! Give your child the opportunity to achieve, excel, and perform by taking the winter beginning piano class. Fun songs to learn and a great professional degreed instructor will make learning fast and easy! All you need is a keyboard to have some fun learning. Basic music skills such as keyboard facility, music reading, and counting will be taught using colorful fun songs. Your child will enjoy making music from the very first class! Classes are being offered in conjunction with A & A Music Academy. Classes are limited to 4 students, but if the class is full, please sign up on the waiting list. We will make additional classes, and try our best to get everyone that signs up into a class. Fill your home with music. (MD)

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morguegirl1014@gmail.com

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1/5-2/9 2/23-3/30

$111/$126 $111/$126

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Cultural Arts

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Cultural Arts

Susan Matthews Community Center Art Gallery Featuring the art of local artists and students, the Community Center Gallery is located near the Church Street entrance on the main level of the Hanover Park Park District Community Center, 1919 Walnut Ave. Join us for monthly receptions. See schedule below. Email Nicole at n.cox@hpparks.org for more information.

December 19-30, 2016 Hanover Park Park District BASC & Preschool

January 2-30, 2017 NWSRA Showcase curated by Cortney Lucente Reception: January 23, 6-8 pm

February 2-27, 2017 Ontarioville Elementary School curated by Christa Bellock Reception: February 13, 6-8 pm

To Book a Show If you’re an artist with at least 20 pieces of art and would like to be considered for a 4-6 week exhibit of your work, please email n.cox@hpparks.org to request a show proposal application. One-person or small group shows (2-4 artists) are available. The Hanover Park Park District Community Center Gallery, located at 1919 Walnut Ave. in Hanover Park, has approximately 50 running feet of wall space.

March 2 – 30, 2017

Arts in Bartlett Reception: March 13, 6-8 pm

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Father/Son Nerf Battle

The Park District will offer a drop in, supervised Open Gym to all children in 1st grade through High School on specific days during winter break. (MD) Community Center Gym 1st- High School Basketball 1-2:30P Dec: 23, 27-30, Jan: 3-6, and 16, Feb 20

$2

1st- High School Nerf Battle 2:30-4P Dec: 23, 27-30, Jan: 3-6, and 16, Feb 20

$5

Open Adult Basketball

Dads, have you wanted to compete against your kids in a Nerf battle but didn’t have the space to? Well now you do! Come out to the Park Districts gym and spend some quality time with your son(s) and have a blast shooting each other with Nerf Darts. We also will have fun challenges to compete in. A slice of pizza comes with each registration. Extra slices of pizza will be sold. The gym will be set up with mats and obstacles to use for shields against the other fathers and sons. Players must bring their own Nerf guns but NO modified, fully automatic or mega dart Nerf guns will be allowed. Safety glass and darts will be provided. (MD) Community Center Gym

The Open Basketball program is supervised and open to individuals looking for recreational basketball play. The schedule runs from November 2016 thru April 2017. Good sportsmanship and fair play is the responsibility of each participant. All days/times are subject to change due to park district programs, special events and facility rentals. (MD) 16 +

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NOV 2016- APRIL 2017

6-9:30P $5

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NOV 2016- APRIL 2017

12-3:30P $5

303545-01 Ages 6+ F 12/30 5:30-8pm

$7/$10

Dodgeball Open Gym Now offering Dodgeball Open Gym! Bring your friends and get ready to have tons of fun. Kids and their friends are welcomed to come run around and face off against each other in a safe and fun environment. It is also a great place for kids to meet and play with other kids from the community. Dodgeball has many benefits including teamwork, exercise, discipline, good sportsmanship and most of all FUN. (MD) Community Center Gym Ages 7-14

F

11/4, 12/2, 1/6

4-6P

$5

Nerf Battle Open Gym

Mark Dolphin, Athletic Supervisor For more info regarding Youth and Adult Sports contact Mark at (630) 837-2468 (ext. 118) or m.dolphin@hpparks.org

Bring your friends and get ready to have the best Nerf battle ever. Kids and their friends are welcome to come run around and battle each other in a safe and fun environment. It is also a great place for kids to meet and play with other kids from the neighborhood. Nerf battles have many benefits including teamwork, exercise, discipline, good sportsmanship and most of all FUN. The gym will be set up with mats and obstacles to use for shields against the other players. Players must bring their own Nerf guns but NO modified, fully automatic or mega dart Nerf guns will be allowed. Safety glass and darts will be provided. (MD) Community Center Gym Ages 7+ Friday 11/11, 12/9, 12/23, 1/13, 1/27, 2/17 4-6pm $5

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Little Gymnastics Star/Parent-Tot

Parent Tot Super Sports Jr. Program

This program introduces the basics of gymnastics through tumbling. Body awareness and balance will be developed through an “obstacle course” type set-up of mats, foam inclines, mail boxes, barrels, steps, beams, and junior bars. Parent(s) are required to attend with child for the parent/ tot classes only. (MD)

This program gives you and your child an opportunity to bond and have fun together while learning a variety of sports. This class is great for improving simple motor skills such as; catching, throwing, batting, shooting, passing, running and really helps in developing handeye coordination. Parents participate with the child as we play soccer, basketball, hockey, t-ball, football and other sports. This is a great intro to the All Star programs and staff, where parents can help in making the kids feel comfortable. (MD)

Gymkhana- 6622 Barrington Road

Community Center Gym

Children develop body awareness, control, balance, flexibility and strength. Children should wear socks with a T-shirt and shorts or leotard.

303435-01 303435-02 303435-05 303435-06

2 - 3 2 - 3 2 - 3 2 - 3

M TH M TH

1/9-2/6 1/12-2/09 2/13-3/13 2/16-3/16

11-11:45A 11-11:45A 11-11:45A 11-11:45A

$39/$54 $39/$54 $39/$54 $39/$54

Soccer Jr. Program Taught the All Star way, this program will keep everyone active and engaged both mentally and physically! Our lesson plan is designed to teach the game by hiding drills in fun games and using association techniques that get down to the players level. Soccer is a game that is action packed so there will be no sitting and waiting! Engaging the players at all times, we will cover simple foot skills, dribbling, passing, shooting, basic rules and even work on spreading the field. This class will not only keep the players active but will be a great base to prepare them for the next level of play. All of our programs will focus on teamwork and sportsmanship. Community Center Gym 303435-03 3-4 303435-04 3-4 303435-07 3-4 303435-08 3-4

M TH M TH

1/9-2/6 12-12:45P $39/$54 1/12-2/9 12-12:45P $39/$54 2/13-3/13 12-12:45P $39/$54 2/16-3/16 12-12:45P $39/$54

Little Gymnastic Star

(8 weeks)

303210-01

1/10-2/28

11:05-11:45A $58/$73

1/10-2/28 1/14-3/4

10:15-10:55A $58/$73 9-9:40A $58/$73

4-6 TU

Parent/Tot (8 weeks) 303210-02 303210-03

2-3 TU 2-3 SA

Gymnastics-Youth

Gym I: Development of strength, balance & coordination and basic apparatus skills are introduced. Gym II: Students possessing basic gymnastics skills ready for more challenging skills such as handstands and roundoffs. Gym III: Further advancement of skills like handsprings and walkovers. Instructor’s approval required to register for GYM III. Must present instructors certificate to park districts office at time of registration. (MD)

Gymkhana- 6622 Barrington Road Youth Gymnastics 303210-04 303210-05 303210-06

(8 weeks)

6-11 GYM I TU 1/10-2/28 4-5P $64/$79 6-13 GYM II TU 1/10-2/28 5-6P $64/$79 8-16 GYM III M 1/9-2/27 4:30P-6P $78/$93

Tae Kwon Do- Youth/Adult Instructor John Paoli will train participants in combinations of Tae Kwon Do (blocking, punching and kicking) Hapkido (wrist locks), and Judo (throws) techniques. The physical conditioning increases coordination, strength, concentration and discipline. No prior skill or knowledge is needed to sign up for the beginner class. Instructor approval is required for the advanced class. (MD) Community Center Activity Room A (8 weeks) 306900-01 306900-02 306900-03 306900-04

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Beg Adv Beg Adv

TU TU TU TU

1/3-2/21 1/3-2/21 2/28-4/18 2/28-4/18

6:30-8P 8-9P 6:30-8P 8-9P

$64/$79 $56/$71 $64/$79 $56/$71

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P R O U D S P O N S O R O F T H E H A N O V E R PA R K PA R K F O U N D AT I O N

This class will teach you proper boxing techniques while infusing a blend of cardio and strength training intervals. This program is designed for beginners all the way up to advanced boxers. This class is great for anyone looking to improve cardio and body composition. Everyone in the class will be hooked up to heart monitors which gives you real time feedback on their flat screen TV’s. A report will be emailed after the session so you can review your results and track your progress. The classes are taught at Total Performance Factory, which is a local gym. (MD) Total Performance Factory 5662 Arlington Dr E, Hanover Park (8 weeks) 303700-01 303700-02 303700-03 303700-04 303700-05 303700-06

16+ 16+ 16+ 16+ 16+ 16+

TU TH SA TU TH SA

12/6 - 1/24 12/8 - 1/26 12/10-1/28 1/31-3/21 2/2 - 3/23 2/4 - 3/25

CHICAGO - SCHAUMBURG 6-7P 6-7P 9:30-10:30A 6-7P 6-7P 9:30-10:30A

$85/$100 $85/$100 $85/$100 $85/$100 $85/$100 $85/$100

Archery Youth and Adult Take aim and join Ken Walther, National Archery Association Level III Coach, to learn the exciting sport of archery. This includes safety, shooting, and equipment. Parents are encouraged to register and participate with their child. All equipment will be provided. (MD) Simkus Recreation Center, Carol Stream Park District 303535-01 8+ Beg 303535-02 8+ Adv 303535-03 8+ Beg 303535-04 8+ Adv 303535-05 8+ Beg 303535-06 8+ Adv

TH TH TH TH TH TH

12/1-12/22 6:30-7:30P $63/$78 12/1-12/22 7:30-8:30P $63/$78 1/5-1/26 6:30-7:30P $63/$78 1/5-1/26 7:30-8:30P $63/$78 2/2-2/23 6:30-7:30P $63/$78 2/2-2/23 7:30-8:30P $63/$78

Horsemanship Youth/Adult Join in the fun at Dunham Woods Farm with beginning riding lessons! You’ll learn all about the proper ways to groom, tack and handle horses. In the saddle you will learn the basics of riding at the walk and trot. Lessons will be held in our indoor arena during inclement weather. Riders should wear jeans or Jodhpur pants and hard soled riding or hiking boots with a small, low heel. Bring an approved riding helmet or bicycle helmet. Make up class held at the end of the 6 weeks. (MD) Class Location: Dunham Woods Farm, 9N755 Nesler Road, Elgin, IL 60124 302510-01 9-17 SA 302510-02 18+ W

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

1:30-2:30P $135/$150 7:00-8:00P $135/$150

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1st-2nd Grade Co-Ed Basketball League Winter 2016/17

3rd-8th Grade Boys Basketball Leagues Winter 2016/17

Come join our 1st/2nd grade co-ed instructional youth basketball league that will introduce your child to the basic fundamentals of basketball. Players will receive instruction from Rocky Robinson and another hired instructor in dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, as well as learn the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship.

Come join our youth basketball league that will introduce your child to the basic fundamentals of basketball. Players will receive instruction from volunteer coaches in dribbling, passing, shooting, as well as learn the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship. Practice location, day and time are determined by the volunteer coach and facility availability. Each player will receive a reversible jersey. Players will also have a chance to compete in an All-Star game at the end of the season.

Teams will participate starting January 4. They will perform skills and drills for the first 30-35 minutes and then will play a game for the last 25-30 minutes which will consist of two 12-15 minute halves. Games will be instructional and can be stopped at any time to teach the participants. Players will receive t-shirts and an award. Registration Deadline is Friday, December 16. Please bring proof of Hanover Park residency if you have not signed up for a program within the last year. After this date, registration will only be accepted if there is space in the league. The maximum number of players per team is 10. After the 2nd practice there will be no refunds issued. (MD) Practice/Games Begin: Wednesday, January 4

6:30-7:30pm

Practice/Games End: Wednesday, March 8

6:30-7:30pm

303300-01

Co-Ed 1st/2nd Grade

$64/$79

3rd-8th Grade Girl Basketball InterVillage Leagues - Winter 2016/17 Come play in this instructional league that will introduce your child to the basic fundamentals of basketball. Players will receive instruction from volunteer coaches in dribbling, passing, shooting, as well as learn the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship. Practice location, day and time are determined by the volunteer coach and facility availability. Teams will be formed based at the 3/4, 5/6, and 7/8 grade levels and will compete against other teams from other area Park Districts. Registration Deadline is Wednesday, November 30. After the 2nd practice there will be no refunds issued. (MD) Player Evaluations: Coaches Meeting: Practices Begin: Games Begin: Regular Season Ends: 303310-01 303310-02 303310-03

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$99/$114 $109/$124 $109/$124

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Teams will be formed based at the 3rd/4th, 5th/6th, and 7th/8th grade levels. All teams will be formed by a draft system. The head coach and assistant coach may protect their child (keep them on the same team). NO OTHER REQUESTS WILL BE ALLOWED BEFORE/AFTER THE DRAFT. Coaches Meeting will directly follow the player evaluations. All coaches must be present including assistant coaches for the coaches meeting in order to have both coaches’ kids on the same team. No exceptions. Registration Deadline is Wednesday, November 30. Please bring proof of Hanover Park residency if you have not signed up for a program within the last year. After this date, registration will only be accepted if there is space in the league. The maximum number of players per team is 10 for all levels. After the 2nd practice there will be no refunds issued. (MD) Player Evaluations Location: Community Center Gymnasium 3rd/4th Grade Wednesday, December 7 6-7P 5th/6th Grade Wednesday, December 7 7-8P th th Wednesday, December 7 8-9P 7 /8 Grade Coaches Meeting/Draft Location: Athletic Supervisors Office 3rd/4th Grade Wednesday, December 7 th th 5 /6 Grade Wednesday, December 7 Wednesday, December 7 7th/8th Grade Season Information Practices Begin: Games Begin: Regular Season Ends: Tournament Begins: All-Star Game: Registration Fee’s 303300-02 3rd/4th Grade 303300-03 5th/6th Grade 303300-04 7th/8th Grade

7-8P 8-9P 9-10P

Week of December 12 Saturday, January 7 Saturday, March 4 Saturday, March 11 Saturday, March 25 $99/$114 $109/$124 $109/$124

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Are you looking for a league that isn’t like anything out there? Are you looking to play basketball, but have fun at the same time? Come join our new and improved, fun and unique high school basketball league. It will give you a chance to play competitively against kids your age. Each basketball player will receive a reversible jersey, and at the end of the season a $10 gift card. All Teams will be formed before the start of the first game by Rocky Robinson, Athletic Supervisor Mark Dolphin and the site supervisor. The season will consist of 8 games. There will be a Skills Competition in the middle of the season which is open to all players in the league. They will compete in 4 different challenges to earn points and the participants with the three highest point totals will each earn a $25 gift card. Come out and experience the high school basketball league that will show you what fun and competition is all about. Registration Deadline is January 13! After this date, registration will only be accepted if there is space in the league. The maximum number of players for the league is 40. After the 2nd practice/game there will be no refunds issued. Location Community Center Gymnasium Season Starts Wednesday, February 1

7:30-9P

Season Ends Wednesday, March 29 Skills Competition Wednesday, March 1 303320-01

7:30-9P

High School Co-Ed

$104

Indoor Youth Soccer League Players! Join our indoor youth soccer league so you can continue building your skills and teamwork even when it’s snowing outside. You will take part in a 30 minute practice every Sunday morning, followed by a 30 minute game. The season will consist of 6 practices and games. Teams are offered at the U8 (1st/2nd grade), and U10 (3rd/4th grade) divisions. Players should register based on age for the 2016/2017 school year. Each player receives a team t-shirt. Shin guards and gym shoes are required. Soccer cleats are not allowed due to the gym floor. Registration deadline is January 6, 2017! After the 2nd game there will be no refunds issued. Games: Dates: Times:

Sunday 1/22-2/26 U8 @ 9am U10 @ 10am

Program # 303500-01 303500-02

Team U8 (1st/2nd gr.) U10 (3rd/4th gr.)

Fee $50/$65 $50/$65

Youth Inter-Village Soccer LeaguesSpring 2017 Break away from the pack and join youth co-ed soccer leagues. The Inter Village league will provide an environment for players of all levels. Teams are offered at the U8 (1st/2nd grade), U10 (3rd/4th grade), U12 (5th/6th grade) and U14 (7th/8th grade). Teams will compete against teams from other area Park Districts. Each team will practice once during the week and play games on Saturdays. Players should register based on age for the 2016/2017 school year. Each player receives a team jersey, shorts and socks. Shin guards are required. Soccer cleats are recommended. Registration deadline is February 28, 2017! After the 2nd practice there will be no refunds issued. Volunteer coaches are needed for all Inter Village teams. Please contact the Athletic Supervisor if interested in coaching. (MD)

Mark Dolphin, Athletic Supervisor For more info regarding Youth and Adult Sports contact Mark at (630) 837-2468 (ext. 118) or m.dolphin@hpparks.org

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Practice Begins: Week of 4/3 Games Begin/End: 4/15 – 6/10 No Game: Memorial Day Weekend 5/27 Program # 403100-01 403100-02 403100-03 403100-04

Team U8 (1st/2nd gr.) U10 (3rd/4th gr.) U12 (5th/6th gr.) U14 (7th/8th gr.)

Fee $70/$85 $80/$95 $80/$95 $80/$95

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Shotokan Karate Youth Illinois Shotokan Karate Club’s youth karate classes will put children in touch with their bodies and offers a good mix of strength training, with cardiovascular and flexibility exercises. Children increase their coordination, agility and poise, as well as learn lasting personal safety skills. They also benefit from the mental stimulation of learning the choreographed moves of the kata and the discipline of conforming to the class rules. (MD) Schaumburg Park District Community Center 505 N. Springinsguth, Schaumburg (11 Weeks) 303510-01

4-7

Beg/Cont (white) T 1/10-3/21 4-4:45P $112/$127

303510-02

4-7

Int/Adv (stripe +) T

303510-03

7-14

Beg/Cont (White) T

1/10-3/21 5:40-6:30P $112/$127

303510-04

7-14

Novice (Red-Blue) T

1/10-3/21 6:30-7:25P $112/$127

303510-05

7-14

Int/Adv. (Green +)

1/10-3/21 7:30-8:30P $112/$127

Hanover Park Park District

T

1/10-3/21 4:50-5:35P $112/$127

Community Center

(12 weeks) 303510-06

4-7

Beg/Cont.(Wht)

W

1/4-3/22

4-4:45P

$122/$137

303510-07

4-7

Int/Adv 2+ Sess

W

1/4-3/22

4:50-5:35P

$122/$137

303510-08

7-14

Beg/Cont (Wht-Org) W 1/4-3/22

5:40-6:35P $122/$137

303510-09

7-14

Int. (Yel-Green)

W

1/4-3/22

6:35-7:30P

$122/$137

303510-10

7-14

Adv. (Pur +)

W

1/4-3/22

7:35-8:35P

$122/$137

Bartlett Park District

700 Bartlett Road, Bartlett

(12 weeks) Parent & Child $122 Each 303510-11

4-7

Beg/Cont.

SA

1/7-3/25

2:45-3:30P

$122/$137

303510-12

4-7

Int (3+ Sess.)

SA

1/7-3/25

3:40-4:25P

$122/$137

303510-13

8-14

Beg/Cont (Wht-Yel) SA 1/7-3/25

4:30-5:30P $122/$137

303510-14

8-14

Int/Adv (Blue+)

5:30-6:30P

303510-15

Parent/Child 8+

Beg/Cont (Wht-Yel) SA 1/7-3/25

4:30-5:30P $122/$137

303510-16

Parent/Child 8+

Int/Adv (Blue +)

5:30-6:30P

SA SA

1/7-3/25 1/7-3/25

$122/$137 $122/$137

Shotokan Adult Karate Release tension, develop total body fitness and build stamina and overall productivity! In addition to self-defense skills, karate increases flexibility, cardiovascular endurance and muscle tone, while improving core strength. (MD) Schaumburg Park District 306530-01 15 + 306530-02 15 +

505 N Springinsguth Rd, Schaumburg IL Beg/Cont. (Wht-Yel) TU 1/10-3/21 Int. /Adv (Blue +) TU 1/10-3/21

(11 weeks) 8:35-9:35P 8:35-10P

$112/$127 $148/$163

Hanover Park Park District 306530-03 15 +

1919 Walnut Ave., Hanover Park Il Beg/Adv. (Wht-Blk) W 1/4-3/22

(12 weeks) 8:35-9:35P

$122/$137

Bartlett Park District 306530-04 15 + 306530-05 15 +

700 Bartlett Road, Bartlett IL Beg/Cont. (Wht-Yel) SA Int. /Adv (Blue +) SA

(12 Weeks) 4:30-5:30P 5:30-6:30P

$122/$137 $122/$137

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Clases de Música & Arte

Todos a bordo del Tranvía del Expreso Polar. Visitaremos el taller de Santa mientras leemos la historia del Expreso Polar de Chris Van Allsburg. Santa nos acompañara para tomar fotos, comer un refrigerio y hacer una manualidad. Por favor llegue 10 minutos antes de su horario. Edad Costo 0-2 Free 3+ $10/$15 Walnut Lobby del Centro Comunitario el 18 de Diciembre.

El Distrito de Parques ofrece clases de Piano, Batería, Guitarra Acústica y Eléctrica tanto como clases de pintura y manualidades. Las clases tienen precios muy accesibles y comienzan desde los 6 años de edad. Cada clase es distinta, si la música o el arte es lo que te interesa, llama ya y descubre cómo puedes aprender a tocar un instrumento o mejorar tus técnicas si ya lo sabes.

5:30P, 6:00P, 6:30P, 7:00P, 7:30P

Club Antes y Después de Escuela Mantenga a sus niños activos y ocupados antes y después de la escuela! Nuestro personal no solamente provee un ambiente seguro y divertido si no que también los participan en juegos y manualidades con los niños. También hay tiempo para tarea y refrigerio. Tenemos un horario flexible (Usted escoge los días que desea) y un costo razonable. Transporte disponible de la escuela al club.

Fútbol uvenile Entre Ciudades Unite a La Lega de fútbol Juvenile Entre Ciudades. La Lega Juvenile Entre Ciudades ofrece un ambiente para jugadores de todos niveles. Equipos empiezan de edades U8 (1r/2 grado), U10 (3/4 grado), U12 (5/6 grado), U14 (7/8 grado). Equipos jugaran contra otros equipos de diferentes distritos. Cada equipo practica una vez a la semana con partidos los sábados. Jugadores debe registrase acuerdo de su edad durante el año escolar 2014/2015. Cada jugador recibirá una playera del equipo, shorts y calcetines. Espinilleras son requeridas. Se recomienda el uso de tacos de fútbol.

Deportes El Distrito de Parques ofrece muchos deportes para niños y adultos. Escoge entre ligas de basquetbol, ligas y campamentos de futbol soccer, tiro al arco, karate, tae kwon do, boxeo y gimnasia. Las clases están disponibles en diferentes días y horarios a precios accesibles. Llame para más información y ayuda en español . 630.837.2468 ext 136.

Pre-escolar El Distrito de Parques ofrece clases de Pre-escolar para niño/as de 2 a 4 años de edad. Las clases varían de 2 a 3 días por semana y se ofrecen en dos locales convenientes. Horarios por la mañana y por las tarde. El costo de las clases es muy accesible y existe la opción de pagos mensuales. El distrito tendrá un “open house” el 30 de agosto, llame para más informes sobre la clase y el horario. No espere más y llame hoy al 630.837.2468 para que su pequeño/a comience a divertirse y a aprender.

Se necesitan entrenadores voluntarios para La Lega Juvenil Entre Ciudades. Entrenamiento y certificados están disponibles en el Distrito de Parques. Por favor llame el Superviso Atlético para más información. La liga de Fútbol entre ciudades juvenil Programa# Equipo 403100-01 U10 (1st/2nd gr) 403100-02 U12 (3rd/4th gr) 403100-03 U14 (5th/6th gr) 403100-04 U14 (7th/8th gr)

Heczen Gomez, Supervisor de Mercadeo Para mas información en Español, llama a Heczen Gomez al 630.837.2468 (ext. 136)

Practica empieza: Semana 4/4 Partidos comienzan: 4/16– 6/11 Costo: $80/$95 Para más información: Mark Dolphin, Supervisor Atlético 630.837.2468 ext. 118 m.dolphin@hpparks.org

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Winter Calendar 2016/17

Senior Run-A-Bout Club Join us on Tuesdays from 10A-3P for games, activities, friends and FUN. Our senior run-a-bout club is a great way to meet new people in our community and stay active by playing games, going out to eat, and going on trips. Some games they like to play are; Help your neighbor, poker, Kings Corners, Michigan Rummy and Bingo. Each week will have a different theme which may consist of games, contests or potlucks. Once a season we will celebrate yearly participants’ birthdays (that fall within the particular season) with cake and a gift. There is a yearly or daily fee to help defray the cost of food, gifts, prizes, and the senior coordinator. Our shuttle bus service is available at an additional fee. For more information about the shuttle bus service or to schedule your pick up/drop off, please contact Mark Dolphin, Athletic Supervisor. Senior Coordinator: Yearly Fee: Daily Fee: Bus Fee (One way):

Mark Dolphin $20 $1 $1

Do You Have An Idea? We are always looking for new ideas for you, as well; as instructors or volunteers. If you have a class, theme idea or a topic that you would like to do or hear about, please contact Mark Dolphin, Athletic Supervisor, at 630-837-2468 ext 118 or m.dolphin@hpparks.org. Some topic ideas are health, safety, financial, and retirement but are not limited to only these topics.

Seniors Discount

December 6

Sloppy Joe Day

December 13

Holiday Party at the Golden Corral

No Meeting – December 20 Happy Holidays December 27 No Meeting – Happy Holidays January 3

Pizza Bread Day

January 10

Finger Food/Appetizers Potluck, Bring your favorite finger food or appetizer to share

January 17

Horse Racer Game

January 24 Comfort Food Potluck, Bring your favorite comfort food January 31

Chicken Noodle Soup Day

February 7

Taco Day

February 14

Happy Valentine’s Day!

February 21

Chili Day

February 28

Celebrate everyone’s birthday in December, January and February today with cake and presents.

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

Senior Run-A-Bout Holiday Party

Celebrate the holidays with your friends and great food at Golden Corral! There will be a gift included with your lunch. Fee includes food and drink. Transportation can be provided at an additional fee, call for details. (MD) 306401-01 TU 12/13 11A-2P $12    

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Permanent Court Time Racquetball* and Tennis court time may be reserved on a permanent basis for three sessions per year by filling out a permanent court time contract. When you reserve tennis permanent court time you receive the following benefits: Reduced rate because you pay in advance for each session, we reduce the hourly rate by $1.00. Tennis and Racquetball: Guaranteed reservation – you never need to call, just come in and play, your court is waiting. PCT goes on sale December 7, 2016 at 9 am. Those purchasing PCT during the season will have the first opportunity to purchase PCT for the Winter 2017 season.

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

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

Hours of Operation September 8, 2016 – June 3, 2017 Weekdays 5:30 am - 10 pm | Weekends 6:45 am - 8 pm

Holiday Closings The Centre Court Athletic Club and Kid’s Korner will be closed on the following holidays: April 16, 2017 Easter May 29, 2017 Memorial Day July 4, 2017 Independence Day

Centre Court Athletic Club Staff Melissa Kress, Club Manager KR Kaeser, Director of Racquet Sports Milos Minajlovic, Head Tennis professional Gus Fernandes, Head Tennis professional David Hougland, Assistant Manager

General Tennis Class Information • Registration for tennis classes is on a first-come, first- served basis. • Students or participants must pay the full price of an individual drill, lesson or clinic regardless of showing up late to a class or leaving early. • If a lesson participant misses a class, he or she may make it up during the current session with tennis pro approval only. Missed classes may not be carried over into a new session. Make-ups limited to 2 per session per class. • Please call for information regarding USTA Adult Leagues, Junior Tournaments and Women’s / NITTL leagues. • All classes, regardless of age, are based upon ability and skill level. 30

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*Although racquetball courts are available to our members with no charge, if a member wishes to have court time permanently reserved throughout a session in order to ensure court availability, a $5.00 per week charge will be applied, payable prior to the start of the session.

Winter Session: Date Starting: Week of January 9 Week of May 15 Date Ending:

Tennis Court Fees Weekdays 5:30 am - 9 am $15 per hour

5 pm - 9 pm

9 am - 5 pm

9 pm - 10 pm $12 per hour

$20 per hour

$28 per hour

Weekends 7 am - 8 pm $24 per hour Fantastic Friday $14 per hour/ pre-pay no refunds/guest fee waived 2-10 pm Junior Hit $20/Hour + Court Time Members Receive 20% discount on Jr. hit only Junior Walk-On Rate $16 per hour + guest fee if applicable (Court reserved only 30 minutes in advance and user must play with another junior or parent)

Racquetball Court Fees Weekdays (M-Th) Members do not pay an hourly fee. Non-members must pay the listed court rates. Non-members playing with members must pay their portion of the court time used. 6 am - 5:30 pm $8 per hour 5:30 - 10 pm $10 per hour Weekends 7 am - 8 pm $8 per hour Members do not pay an hourly fee. Non-members must pay the listed court rates. Non-members playing with members must pay their portion of the court time used in addition to the required guest fees. Junior Walk-On Rate $5 per hour (non-members) (Court cannot be reserved and user must play with another junior or parent)

Wallyball Court Fee Wallyball brings the explosive fun of volleyball into the competitive closeness of the racquetball court. Great party game for up to 8 people! For wallyball courts, guest fee of $3.00 per person applies. If you need Wallyball Equipment a $5 fee will apply. Wallyball Rate: Weekdays 6 am - 5:30 pm $8 per hour 5:30 pm - 10 pm $10 per hour Weekends 7 am - 8 pm $8 per hour

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What Centre Court Athletic Club has to Offer… Aerobic Studio This 2500 sq. ft. studio features wood flooring, mirrors and a state-of-the-art sound system.

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

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

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

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

Kids Korner Service Kids Korner service is available to program participants who utilize the Centre Court Athletic Club. The Kids Korner, located next to the Aerobic Studio, is available Monday-Friday from 9 am - 5 pm (by appointment only).

Pro Shop The latest in tennis, equipment and accessories is available at competitive prices. A professional racket stringing & gripping service is also available.

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

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

Refund, Cancellation & Transfer Policy: Please see page 42 for the policy of the Hanover Park Park District.

Tennis Lesson Cancellations Group lesson are subject to cancellation at the Director of Raquet Sport’s discretion. A minimum class size of 3 participants is needed for the class to run.

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

Guest Policy Non-members who wish to utilize the Centre Court Athletic Club facilities will be responsible for a $10 guest fee.

Monthly Play Pass If playing a lot of tennis is high on your priority list you can’t go wrong by purchasing a Play Pass. Reservations may be made up to 48 hours in advance, initially for one-and-a-half hours of tennis. If the court is available at the end of that time, please contact the customer service desk to see if the court is still available. Non-play pass holders must pay their portion of the court time fees. A valid CCAC membership is required to purchase a play pass. The play pass is available during the following hours: Weekdays from 6:00 am to 5:00 pm. Play pass fee: Tennis $70/month 32

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

Club Membership

Fitness Membership

Membership Fees Adult $260 ($310 nr) Youth $125 ($155 nr) Senior $155 ($185 nr) Couple $350 ($415 nr) Family $400 ($450 nr) Membership Benefits • Use of the locker rooms • Use of whirlpool and sauna • Use of 10 indoor tennis courts* • Use of 4 racquetball courts (court usage is FREE) • Use of the fitness center • Use of the free weight area • Discounted tennis lessons • Discounted racquetball lessons • Use of the gymnasium at designated times * Court Fees are additional

Membership Fees Adult $180 ($215 nr) Youth $85 ($100 nr) Senior $105 ($125 nr) Couple $230 ($275 nr) Family $265 ($315 nr) Membership Benefits • Use of the locker rooms • Use of whirlpool and sauna • Use of 4 racquetball courts (court usage is FREE) • Use of the fitness center • Use of the free weight area • Discounted racquetball lessons • Use of the gymnasium at designated times

Membership Payment Plan

Membership Options

Members will now have the opportunity to put their membership fees on an Auto-Debit payment plan through their checking account. This will allow members the opportunity to begin using the Club without paying one large fee upfront. Members will be asked to pay their first and last month’s fees at the beginning of their membership. The Auto-Debit payment plan is available for these membership options: Club Category Fitness Res / NR Res / NR $26 / $31 Adult $18 / $22

NA / $16

Youth

NA / NA

$16 / $19

Senior

NA / NA

$35 / $42

Couple

$23 / $28

$40 / $45

Family

$27 / $32

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

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• Family Memberships include husband, wife, and members of the immediate family who are age 21 and under and who reside at the same residence. • Junior Memberships are available for individuals age 17 and under. Fitness center usage requires an orientation session for youths ages 11-15, at which time a parent or legal guardian must be in attendance. Any subsequent use of the fitness equipment by youth ages 11-13 must be under the supervision of the parent or legal guardian. Youth ages 11-15 will not be allowed to use the free weight area. The fitness center will only be open to youths ages 11-15 at the following times: Weekdays 2 - 6P Weekends 12 - 6P • Senior citizen memberships are available to anyone age 60 and over. • Memberships are non-transferable and non-refundable. • Memberships may be put on hold for medical reasons. • Couple memberships are available for two individuals over 17 living in the same household.

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Benefits of Membership: At Centre Court Athletic Club we care about our members and offer many special incentives for becoming part of our family. Club members receive the following benefits: 20% off of all tennis lessons! (Private, Semi-Private, Hitting, and Group Lessons) Prices listed in this brochure are for non-members. All club members receive an additional 20% off the listed prices! Free private lessons for Academy Program participants! (Sign up for 2 Academy Program classes per person and receive a free private lesson valued at $90! Sign up for 3 classes per person and receive 2 free private lessons, Sign up for 4 classes per person and receive 3 free private lessons, Sign up for 5 or more classes per person and receive 4 free private lessons! 20% off of massages! (30 min or 1 hour long relaxation massage)

PRIVATE LESSONS

Private Tennis Lessons

Private lessons are the best way to improve your game quickly! Prices are for a single hour one on one lesson with a Centre Court Athletic Club tennis professional. **Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons! Tier 1 Professionals (Director of Tennis) $90/hr (one lesson) 6-pack ($85/hr) $510 total Tier 2 Professionals $80/hr (one lesson) 6-pack ($75/hr) $450 total 6-packs are for 1 on 1 private lessons only. The packs can not be shared or transferred.

Semi-Private and Private Group Tennis Lessons Get together with some friends and try a semi-private or private group lesson! This is a great way to share the cost of a private lesson while still getting individual attention to work on elements of your game. Prices are per person for a single hour lesson. **Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons! 2 people: 3 people: 4 people: 5 people: 6+ people:

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$45/hr each $33/hr each $28/hr each $24/hr each $20/hr each

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Melissa Kress, CCAC Manager For more information about Centre Court Athletic Club contact Melissa at (630) 837-6300, ext. 116 or m.kress@hpparks.org

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Winter Session: Monday 1/23 – Sunday 3/26 9 classes for Spring Session 1 Pre-Registration for Winter Session: 11/23-1/16 Post-Registration for Winter Session: 1/17-1/30

Spring Session: Monday 3/27 – Sunday 5/28 9 classes for Spring Session 2 (no classes Sunday 4/16 for Easter, Makeup for Easter Holiday is on Sunday 6/4) Pre-Registration for Spring Session: 1/27-3/20 Post-Registration for Spring Session: 3/21-4/3

RECREATIONAL PROGRAM

Centre Court Athletic Club’s Recreational Program is designed to be a fun high energy learning experience for tennis players. The emphasis for classes will be on quality instruction that will help our students improve their tennis games as well as a fun atmosphere that will let students of all ages enjoy their time on the court and look forward to the next lesson! **Make-ups for missed classes will be limited to 2 per class per session and the front desk must be notified of the make-up at least 24 hrs ahead of time. Make-ups must be completed by the end of the session in which the student is enrolled. This is an effort to have the correct numbers of students in each class and to try to maintain the Pro:Student ratio as closely as possible. Pro:Student ratio is not guaranteed, however all efforts will be made to have the correct number of students in each class.

Red (ages 4-6) Each 1 hour lesson will focus on introducing the game of tennis to our youngest participants through the use of fun and exciting activities. Our goal is to learn how to use our racquets and move around the tennis court. Length: 1 hour, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:7 Pre-Registration Fee: $160 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $175 for 9 classes Winter Session 308100-01 308100-02 308100-03 308100-04

Spring Session 408100-01 408100-02 408100-03 408100-04

Day W TH SA SU

Time 5-6P 4-5P 9-10A 11A-12P

**Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons!

David Hougland, Assistant Manager 630.837.6300 (ext 112) d.hougland@hpparks.org

Beginner (ages 7-9) Each one-hour lesson will focus on introducing tennis to 7-9 year olds that are new to the game through the use of fun and exciting activities. Our goal is to learn how to use our racquets and move around the tennis court. Length: Min/Max: Pro:Student Ratio: Pre-Registration Fee: Post Registration Fee: Winter Session 308102-01 308102-02 308102-03 308102-04 308102-05

1 hour, 1 day per week 3/14 1:7 $160 for 9 classes $175 for 9 classes

Spring Session 408102-01 408102-02 408102-03 408102-04 408102-05

Day M TU W SA SU

Time 4-5P 5-6P 4-5P 10-11A 12-1P

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Intermediate (ages 7-9)

Intermediate (ages 10-12)

The goal of this class is simple – to learn the basics of a rally by being able to hit the ball back and forth over the net with a partner through the use of fun activities and games. We will emphasize the development of rally skills using both forehand and backhand ground strokes, as well as introduce other tennis related skills, such as serve, return of serve and volleys.

This lesson group focuses both learning and competing on the tennis court. We look to build on the continual development of rallying skills, developing tactical and court positioning skills, as well as more familiarity with singles and doubles play. We will introduce and emphasize the overhead serve as well as transition shots, such as a slice backhand and approach shots. All this will be done in a fun, but competitive, manner.

Length: 1 hour, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:7 Pre-Registration Fee: $160 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $175 for 9 classes Winter Session 308104-01 308104-02 308104-03

Spring Session 408104-01 408104-02 408104-03

Day Time TU 4-5P TH 5-6P SU 1-2P

Length: 1.5 hours, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:8 Pre-Registration Fee: $240 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $260 for 9 classes Winter Session 308108-01 308108-02

Spring Session 408108-01 408108-02

Day TU SA

Time 4-5:30P 1-2:30

**Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons!

**Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons!

Beginner (ages 10-12)

Beginner (ages 13-18)

This lesson plan will introduce tennis to new players in this age level in a fun and efficient manner. We will focus on basic tennis skills, grips, fundamentals and techniques while also introducing basic court movements and positioning on all tennis-related strokes will be introduced and developed through instruction and fun ageappropriate games.

This lesson plan will introduce tennis to new players in this age level in a fun and efficient manner. We will focus on basic tennis skills, grips, fundamentals and techniques while also introducing basic court movements and positioning on all tennis-related strokes will be introduced and developed through instruction and fun ageappropriate games.

Length: 1 hour, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:7 Pre-Registration Fee: $160 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $175 for 9 classes

Length: 1 hour, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:7 Pre-Registration Fee: $160 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $175 for 9 classes

Winter Session 308106-01 308106-02 308106-03

Winter Session 308110-01

Spring Session 408106-01 408106-02 408106-03

Day W SA SU

Time 6-7P 11A-12P 2-3P

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Spring Session 408110-01

Day TU

Time 6-7P

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Weekly Drill Schedule

This 1.5 hour lesson continues to develop the basic tennis skills while expanding shot selections. We will focus on adding various spins, improve consistency and add more direction to our ground strokes while developing transition shots, correct volleying and serve grips and court positioning. This lesson will consist of instruction and fun, skill developing games with some emphasis on point play.

Mondays:

Women’s 3.0-3.5 drill 7-9pm $25 Member/$30 non-M

Tuesdays:

CoEd 4.0-4.5 drill 7-9pm $23 Member/$28 non-M

Length: 1.5 hours, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:8 Pre-Registration Fee: $240 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $260 for 9 classes Winter Session 308112-01

Spring Session 408112-01

Day TU

Time 7-8:30P

**Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons!

Adult Beginner (ages 18+) This lesson plan introduces tennis to new players while focusing on basic tennis fundamentals, techniques, and grips. There will be instructional feeding based drills as well as introduction to game play. Length: Min/Max: Pro:Student Ratio: Pre-Registration Fee: Post Registration Fee: Winter Session 308116-01

1.5 hours, 1 day per week 3/14 1:8 $240 for 9 classes $260 for 9 classes

Spring Session 408116-01

Day TH

Time 7:30-9P

**Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons!

Adult Advanced (ages 18+) This class continues to develop basic tennis skills and techniques while beginning to add more emphasis on rallying and match playing abilities. Length: Min/Max: Pro:Student Ratio: Pre-Registration Fee: Post Registration Fee: Winter Session 308118-01 308118-02

2 hours, 1 day per week 3/14 1:8 $320 for 9 classes $350 for 9 classes

Spring Session 408118-01 408118-02

Day M W

Time 7-9P 7-9P

Wednesdays: Cardio Tennis 6-7pm $10 pre-register/$13 drop-in

Women’s 4.0-4.5 drill 7-9pm $25 Member/$30 non-M

Thursdays:

CoEd 3.5-4.0 drill 7-9pm $23 Member/$28 non-M

Saturdays:

CoEd 3.5-4.0 drill 8-10am $23 Member/$28 non-M

Co-Ed Drill: This drill runs on Tuesdays (4.0-4.5 Level) 7-9pm, Thursdays (3.5-4.0 Level) from 7-9pm, and Saturdays (3.5-4.0 Level) from 8-10am. This is a non-instructional drill which consists of different self fed games in which participants play out doubles points. The co-ed drill is a great experience for players looking to hit a lot of balls, play a lot of points, socialize and enjoy the game of tennis. Cardio Tennis Cardio Tennis is the perfect blend of a boot camp class and a tennis drill. This is a class for beginner through advanced players who are looking to improve their fitness and their tennis skills. It will help burn more calories, get in shape and improve your game! Bring your racquet, shoes, a bottle of water, and get ready to have a blast! Women’s 3.0-3.5 This drill is designed for players who are looking to learn more about the strategic, mental, and physical aspect of tennis. During this drill players will work on point play in singles and doubles. During match play the coaches will be there to assist and adjust any issues or difficulties a player may have. Women’s 4.0-4.5 This drill focuses on advanced players who have established themselves in the game. Throughout the drill players will work on fine tuning their positioning and shot selection. During match play the coaches will analyze court positioning, shot selection and strategies. 

**Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons!

KR Kaeser, Director of Racquet Sports 630.837.6300 (ext 113) k.kaeser@hpparks.org

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Intermediate (ages 13-18)


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Winter / Spring Tennis Lesson Program – INDOOR Winter Session: Monday 1/23 – Sunday 3/26 9 classes for Spring Session 1 Pre-Registration for Winter Session: 11/23-1/16 Post-Registration for Winter Session: 1/17-1/30

Spring Session: Monday 3/27 – Sunday 5/28 9 classes for Spring Session 2 (no classes Sunday 4/16 for Easter, Makeup for Easter Holiday is on Sunday 6/4) Pre-Registration for Spring Session: 1/27-3/20 Post-Registration for Spring Session: 3/21-4/3

ACADEMY PROGRAM

Centre Court Athletic Club’s Academy Program is for the students in our program who are ready to commit to becoming serious high quality tennis players. The program is structured to challenge students both physically and mentally and to help build and refine a strong tennis foundation on which they will succeed. In the Academy Program; the pro to student ratio is smaller allowing for better individual instruction during lessons, the amount of courts allocated to the class is greater so that there is less down time between points, and our high performance instructors have more experience, credentials, and track records of working with many successful high level tournament players. **Make-ups for missed classes will be limited to 2 per class per session and the front desk must be notified of the make-up at least 24 hrs ahead of time. Make-ups must be completed by the end of the session in which the student is enrolled. This is an effort to have the correct numbers of students in each class and to try to maintain the Pro:Student ratio as closely as possible. Pro:Student ratio is not guaranteed, however all efforts will be made to have the correct number of students in each class. In an effort to encourage students of the Academy Program to play more frequently and to develop their skills correctly the following promotion applies to all Academy Program classes: Sign up for 2 Academy Program classes per person and receive 1 free private lesson! (worth $90) Sign up for 3 Academy Program classes per person and receive 2 free private lessons! (worth $180) Sign up for 4 Academy Program classes per person and receive 3 free private lessons! (worth $270) Sign up for 5 or more Academy Program classes per person and receive 4 free private lessons! (worth $360) **Private lessons will be credited to your account at the end of the first week of the session to use at your convenience. Lessons can be used with any tennis professional on staff at Centre Court. Private lessons do not expire. Scheduling of the private lesson is subject to the tennis professional’s availability.

Junior Academy 1 (ages 7-12)

Junior Academy 2 (ages 7-12)

This 1.5 hr class is our next level junior class for recreational players that are ready to commit to becoming great tennis players. The focus of the class is to improve rallying ability, stroke technique, and footwork.

This 2 hour class is for students aged 7-12 who have excelled in their lessons and are starting to play competitive tennis. This focus will be on rallying from the base line, point construction, and match play strategy.

Length: 1.5 hours, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:6 Pre-Registration Fee: $290 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $315 for 9 classes

Length: Min/Max: Pro:Student Ratio: Pre-Registration Fee: Post Registration Fee:

Winter Session 308120-01 308120-02

Winter Session 308122-01 308122-02

Spring Session 408120-01 408120-02

Day TH SA

Time 6-7:30P 1-2:30P

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2 hours, 1 day per week 3/14 1:6 $390 for 9 classes $420 for 9 classes

Spring Session 408122-01 408122-02

Day TH SA

Time 4-6P 2:30-4:30P

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Academy 2 (ages 13-18)

This 2.5 hour class is for our exceptional junior players ages 7-12. The class is designed to take skilled juniors and bring them to the next level in their tennis development and competitive match play. The focus of the class will be on developing the fitness required for high level match play, point construction, competitive mental attitude, and tournament preparation.

This 2.5 hour class is geared toward our competitive high school tennis players ages 13-18. The class is designed to improve the skill of JV and Varsity level players through conditioning, rallying, and specialized drills. Players in this class must be actively playing tournaments on a monthly basis.

Length: 2.5 hours, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:6 Pre-Registration Fee: $480 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $520 for 9 classes Winter Session 308124-01 308124-02 308124-03

Spring Session 408124-01 408124-02 408124-03

Day Time M 4-6:30P TU 4:30-7P SU 1-3:30P

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Academy 1 (ages 13-18) This 2 hour class is for JV level high school players who are ready to make the commitment to really improve their game. The class is designed to bring JV players into the Varsity level and will focus heavily on technique, consistency, and footwork. Serving and match play will become more of a priority in this class than in the recreational program. Length: 2 hours, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:6 Pre-Registration Fee: $390 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $420 for 9 classes Winter Session 308126-01

Spring Session 408126-01

Day SA

Time 2:30-4:30P

**Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons!

Length: 2.5 hours, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:6 Pre-Registration Fee: $480 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $520 for 9 classes Winter Session 308128-01 308128-02 308128-03

Spring Session 408128-01 408128-02 408128-03

Day M TH SU

Time 4-6:30P 6:30-9P 3:30-6P

**Centre Court Athletic Club Members receive 20% off all listed prices for group and private lessons!

Academy 3 (ages 13-18) This 2.5 hour class is for highly competitive tournament players ages 13-18 with a midwest or national ranking. The class is designed to address all the areas that a serious competitive junior tennis player needs to become the BEST in their age division. This class is for our star players who are looking to play college tennis and earn scholarships to their school of choice. TSA will focus on match play strategy, mental toughness, conditioning, shot selection, court positioning, and refinement of footwork and technique. Length: 2.5 hours, 1 day per week Min/Max: 3/14 Pro:Student Ratio: 1:6 Pre-Registration Fee: $480 for 9 classes Post Registration Fee: $520 for 9 classes Winter Session 308130-01 308130-02 308130-03 308130-04

Spring Session 408130-01 408130-02 408130-03 408130-04

Day M W TH SU

Time 6:30-9P 6:30-9P 6:30-9P 3:30-6P

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TREAT YOURSELF Sports Massage Therapy TREAT A FRIEND Sports massage therapy is geared toward athletes of every kind, from world-class professionals to weekend joggers. The particulars of the sports massage technique are specific to the athlete's Give the “GIFT of HEALTH” Giftsport of choice. Focusing on areas of the body that are overused and stressedare fromavailable repetitive and certificates atoften aggressive movements. Sports Massage should playthe an important in theAthletic life of anyClub athlete. Centre role Court AlexAnna Kaeser, LMT

Sports Massage Therapist

customer service desk year round

While completing a degree in Psychology at Roosevelt University, Ali trained as a licensed massage therapist at Harper College. She graduated with both degrees in the summer of 2013. Ali is dedicated to integrating therapeutic Massage Therapymethods into her massage techniques and helping her clients achieve an overall sense of wellness. She enjoys playing tennis, rock climbing, and After weight lifting, as you well deserve as spending time with a workout, a session withfamily. our professional massage therapist, Sylvia Jascob. Other Book your appointment Today! Call 630.837.6300 hours are available upon request.

Massage Therapy Fee:

1/2 hour session $40* 1 hour session $60*

Monday 2-4:45p Tuesday 5:30-9p Thursday 5:30-9p Friday 9:30a-12:15p

Special appointment schedule by request *Members receive 20% discount

After a workout, you deserve a session with our prfessional massage therapist, Sylvia Jascob. Other hours are available upon request. Fee:

1/2 hour session $40* 1 hour session $60* Monday 2-4:45p Tuesday 5:30-9p Thursday is5:30-9p Pickleball an exciting racquet Friday 9:30a-12:15p sport that is sweeping the country.

Enjoy your massage, relax, and unwind.

Special appointment by request CCAC is pleased toschedule offer pickleball *Members receive for 20% onlydiscount

Pickleball racquets and balls are provided.

Kid’s Korner

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Childcare Service By Appointment Only 9 am – 2 pm

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Mary Morrison, Chairperson (630) 837-2468 (ext. 243) foundation@hpparks.org

NORTHWEST SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION (NWSRA) (847) 392-2848 www.nwsra.org

HANOVER PARK HURRICANES YOUTH FOOTBALL AND CHEER (630) 830-3186 hpcanes.com

HANOVER PARK LITTLE LEAGUE

1685 W. Higgins Road Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 (847)885-7500 heparks.org

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for Less Now you can have the excitement of hockey and figure skating while saving money! Hanover Park residents pay resident rates on any Learn to Skate or Developmental Hockey program at the Hoffman Estates Park District’s Triphahn Community Center and Ice Arena. That’s a savings of nearly 20% on all available ice classes and leagues, including:

• Parent-Tot Lessons • Pre-Hockey Tot • Beginner Figure Skating • Teen Starter Hockey • Adult Beginner Classes

(224) 236-2531 www.hanoverparklittleleague.com

HANOVER PARK LIONS CLUB

Tom Fortney, President (847) 962-4316

HANOVER PARK SAILFISH SWIM TEAM

Mark Johnson, President (312) 310-9603

VILLAGE OF HANOVER PARK

(630) 823-5600 www.hanoverparkillinois.org

HANOVER TOWNSHIP

(630) 837-0301 www.hanovertownship.com

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Registration

You asked for it, we heard you! Easier way to register for programs & events! All you need is one form of identification:

• a current driver’s license • a current State issued photo ID card OR a Matricula Card (also known as the Mexican CID card) to receive the discounted resident rate when you register for programs and events. You will receive the resident rate: • If your current drivers license, State issued photo ID card has a Hanover Park address. • If you live outside of the Village of Hanover Park AND Hanover Park Park District is listed on your tax bill.

Five Easy and Convenient Ways to Register All household information must be updated ANNUALLY with Hanover Park Park District residency documented with a Photo ID (Driver’s license or State ID). CONTINUED PROOF OF RESIDENCY is necessary to guarantee that only residents living within Hanover Park or HPPD boundaries receive discounted rates. 1. Online Registration – www.hpparks.org Online registration is available through our website. If you have not yet applied for online registration, a simple quick visit to the Hanover Park Park District Community Center at 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park, IL 60133 is necessary to complete the family registration form. All you need is one form of identification: a current driver’s license, a current State issued photo ID card OR a Matricula Card (also known as the Mexican CID card). 2. Mail- 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park, IL 60133 Prior to mailing in your registration, A Family Information Form must be completed in person at the Park District office, accompanied by one form of identification: a current driver’s license, a current State issued photo ID card OR a Matricula Card (also known as the Mexican CID card). *Registration for preschool and Before and After School Club must be made in person. 3. Fax – (630) 837-9720 Prior to faxing in your registration, a Family Information Form must be completed in person at the Park District office, accompanied by proof of Hanover Park Park District residency (Driver’s license or State ID or a Matricula Card) if you are a resident. Fax completed registration, including Visa, Mastercard, or Discover credit card information to 630-837-9720. 4. Walk-In Register in person at the Park District office at 1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park, IL 60133 during regular business hours. If you have not yet completed a family Information Form yet, please bring one form of identification: a current driver’s license, a current State issued photo ID card OR a Matricula Card (also known as the Mexican CID card). 5. Phone-In Registration Prior to phoning in your registration, a Family Information Form must be completed in person at the Park District office. Please bring one form of identification: a current driver’s license, a current State issued photo ID card OR a Matricula Card (also known as the Mexican CID card).

Registration Information 1. Only immediate family members be listed on a registration form. 2. Only a parent or guardian may register a minor and sign the waiver. 3. The registration form must be filled out completely and accurately. 4. Review all registration, transfer and refund information. 5. Payment must accompany registration. Fax registration must be accompanied by Visa, Master Card or Discover card information. Make checks payable to the Hanover Park Park District. 6. Members of households with a delinquent outstanding balance shall not be allowed to register for Park District programs or facilities until said balance is paid in full.

Residents and Non Resident Rates

Residents in Hanover Park have priority for limited programs. You will receive the discounted resident rate if your current drivers license, State issued photo ID card has a Hanover Park address OR if you live outside of the Village of Hanover Park AND Hanover Park Park District is listed on your tax bill. Residents only need one form of identification: a current driver’s license, a current State issued photo ID card OR a Matricula Card (also known as the Mexican CID card). Non-residents may register for programs for a fee that is 50% higher than the resident fee or $15 over the resident fee, whichever is the smaller amount.

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Transfers

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

Refund Policy

Refunds will not be granted for class(es) missed or forgotten. All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing. Forms for refunds are available at the Park District office.

Refunds requested for a program prior to the start of the class will be assessed a $5 service fee.

A request for a refund after the program begins, but prior to the 2nd meeting, will also be assessed an additional prorated fee based upon the per class cost.

NO REFUNDS will be granted after the 2nd class with the exception of a written medical excuse with the fee based on the prorated cost per class and the normal service fee.

Refunds for trips will not be given unless the trip is cancelled by the Park District or a replacement is found to take the trip.

A $10 service fee applies for Preschool, Before and After School Club and Summer Day Camp programs.

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Financial Assistance

Financial assistance offers residents who experience undue hardship an opportunity to enroll their children in recreation programs. Funding is made available by the Hanover Park Park Foundation. For more information, contact Gina Mastro-Strickler at (630) 837-2468 x121.

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

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

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1 YOUR INFORMATION

Family's Last Name: ______________________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________________________________ Mother's Name: __________________________________________________________________ City:__________________________________________________________ Zip: ______________ Father's Name: ___________________________________________________________________ Home Phone: (________) __________________________-_______________________________ E-mail: ____________________________________________________________________________ Cell Phone: (________) _________________________-_________________________________ 2 REGISTRATION Participant’s Name

Birth Date

Grade Male or Female

Program Name

Program #

Fee

Total Due $

Please call the park district office to determine if the program you are registering for requires in-person registration.

SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS / A.D.A Participant's Name: ___________________________________________________________________ Program Number: ____________________________________________________________ Please list any medications currently being taken or describe special accomodations needed for successful inclusion into the program(s). _____________________________________

3 WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND ASSUPTION OF RISK Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in the programs listed above, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with said programs/activities (including transportation services/vehicle operation, when provided). I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in these programs/activities, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in these programs/activities against the Hanover Park Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as 'Hanover Park Park District"). I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Hanover Park Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss that my minor child/ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with these programs/activities. By signing, you signify that you have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering on-line or via fax, your on-line or facsimile signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature. After reading the above information, please sign and date the Registration Form. PHOTO POLICY The Hanover Park Park District reserves the right to photograph or videotape participants in Park District programs, facilities or parks for the District's use.

PARTICIPATION WILL BE DENIED if the signature of adult participant or parent/guardian and date is not on the waiver. I have read and fully understand the important information, warning and risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims on this form.

Participant's

Name:______________________________________________________

Signature:_________________________________________________

4 METHOD OF PAYMENT - FEES DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION

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CASH - Do not mail cash. Walk-in registration only. CHECK/ MONEY ORDER - Please make payable to the Hanover Park Park District. Mail-in, Drop-off or Walk-in registration. CREDIT CARD - Please complete the credit card payment information below. Fax-in, Mail-in, Drop-off or Walk-in registration. Circle One: Card Number______________________________________________ Exp. Date ___________ Amount of Payment $_____________________ Billing Zip Code _____________________ Authorized Signature ____________________________________________________________

Date:_____________________

I would like to make a contribution to the Hanover Park Park Foundation to assist in providing recreation opportunities for the youth of the Hanover Park Park District.

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$5

$10

$20

OTHER $_________


1 PRIMARY FAMILY MEMBER: PLEASE PRINT First Name: __________________________________________________________________

Last Name: _________________________________________________________________________

Address: _____________________________________________________________________

Home Phone: (________) ________________________ - ________________________________

City:__________________________________________________________ Zip: __________

Cell Phone: (________) _________________________ - ________________________________

E-mail: _______________________________________________________________________

Hanover Park Park District Resident Status:

Resident

Non-Resident

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

2 EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION Name: _______________________________________________________________________

Relationship: _______________________________________________________________________

Address: _____________________________________________________________________

Home Phone: (________) ________________________ - _________________________________

City:__________________________________________________________ Zip: __________

Cell Phone: (________) ________________________ - _________________________________ Work Phone: (________) ________________________ - _________________________________

3 ADDITIONAL FAMILY MEMBERS (Spouse and Children under 21 years who live at the primary address) 1. First Name: __________________________________________________ Last Name: _______________________________________________ M or F Birth Date: ___________________ Grade: _______________ Relationship to Primary: ______________________ Comments or Special Needs: _______________________________________________________ 2. First Name: __________________________________________________ Last Name: _______________________________________________ M or F Birth Date: ___________________ Grade: _______________ Relationship to Primary: _______________________ Comments or Special Needs: _______________________________________________________ 3. First Name: __________________________________________________ Last Name: _______________________________________________ M or F Birth Date: ___________________ Grade: _______________ Relationship to Primary: _______________________ Comments or Special Needs: _______________________________________________________ 4. First Name: __________________________________________________ Last Name: _______________________________________________ M or F Birth Date: ___________________ Grade: _______________ Relationship to Primary: _______________________ Comments or Special Needs: _______________________________________________________ 5. First Name: __________________________________________________ Last Name: _______________________________________________ M or F Birth Date:____________________ Grade: _______________ Relationship to Primary: _______________________ Comments or Special Needs: _______________________________________________________

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Facility Rentals Park District facilities are ideal for parties, receptions, or private gatherings and are available when park programs are not scheduled. Payment and deposit must be made in advance at the Park District office. To make arrangements, or, for more information call the Park District office at 630-837-2468. Service and civic groups, please call for rates.

Gym Rentals - Community Center Gym

Picnic and Pavilion Rentals

Maximum capacity: 400

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

Season/events Winter Summer Dances

Resident $60/hour $50/hour $100/hour

N/R $85/hour $70/hour $150/hour

Deposit $200* $200* $500*

Room Rentals – Community Center

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

Pavilions:

Ann Fox School Park Pavilion (4 picnic tables) East Harbor Park Pavilion (1 picnic table) Heritage Park Pavilion (4 picnic tables) Heritage Park Pond Pavilion (3 picnic tables) Ranger Park Pavilion (3 picnic tables)

Maximum capacity: 225 Call for pricing.

Field Rentals *$200 cash deposit required for field rentals.

Picnic Areas:

Softball Field:

$25/hour

Softball Field:

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

Softball Prep:

$30/field

Field Supervision:

$15/hour

Fee Information:

Lighted Fields:

add $25/hour per field

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

Ahlstrand Park Picnic Area Liberty Park Hollywood Park

Soccer/Football Field: $80/game (2 hours)

Individual

Half Day Rate

Full Day Rate

Security Deposit

The Firearms Concealed Carry Act, passed in July 2013, (75 guests or less) $50.00 $75.00 $50.00 forbids carrying a concealed weapon governmental Resident Discount $25.00 $35.00 into$50.00 Corporate buildings and parks, which includes all Hanover Park (or, more than 75 guests) $50.00 $75.00 $50.00 Park District facilities and parks. When you enter our Photo Rental at Ranger facilities and parks, you willPark see Pavilion signs posted at the (2-hour limit): $25.00 ($10.00 Resident Photo Rate) entrances that are approved by the Illinois State Police, Picnic Tables: to remind allavailable patrons of the law.additional picnic These are at each site,new however,

Photo? The Firearms Concealed Carry Act, passed in July 2013,

forbids carrying a concealed weapon into governmental buildings and parks, which includes all Hanover Park Park District facilities and parks. When you enter our facilities and parks, you will see signs posted at the entrances that are approved by the Illinois State Police, to remind all patrons of the new law.

tables will be made available at a non-refundable rate of $15.00 per table.


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Birthday Party Packages!

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Youth Winter Break Open Gym Open Adult Basketball Dodgeball Open Gym Father & Son Nerf Battle Nerf Battle Open Gym

Early Childhood

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Preschool Enrichment Beauty and the Beat Color Crazy As easy as 123 Explore and Discover A to Z

Preschool Pre-Kindergarten Totally 2s & 3s Little Learners

Cultural Arts & School of Dance

Contemporary/Jazz Beg-I Tapping Tutus Beauty and the Beat Beginning Piano Lessons Beginning Guitar Lessons Private Drum Lessons

Before & After School Club

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Sponsorship Opportunities

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All Star Sports Parent Tot Super Sports Jr. Program Soccer Jr. Program Little Gymnastic Star and Prent/Tot Youth Gymnastics Youth/Adult Tae Kwon Do Boxing Youth & Adult Youth & Adult Archery Youth/Adult Horsemanship

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1st - 2nd Grade Co-Ed Basketball 3rd - 8th Grade Girls Inter-Village Basketball 3rd - 8th Grade Boys Leagues Basketball High School Basketball Leagues Indoor Youth Soccer League Youth Inter-Village Soccer Leagues

Winter Break Camp

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General Intrest

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Shotokan Youth Karate Shotokan Adult Karate

STEM - How to Code LEGO Robotics Academy Dog Obedience

Advertising Opportunities

Foundation Events

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Centre Court Athletic Club

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Wine & Paint Fundraiser Youth Benefit Ball

Run-A-Bout Club Winter Calendar 2016-2017 Seniors Discount Senior Run-A-Bout Holiday Party General Tennis Class Infromation Tennis Court Fees Racquetball Court Fees What Centre Court Offers Membership Information Tennis Rates Private Lessons Quickstart Tennis Lessons Junior Development Adult Beginner Adult Advanced Leagues

Community Groups & Organizations Registration Information Registration Form Family Information Form Facility Rentals Parks & Facilities

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Bike Path and Trails Maintenance Policy

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


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