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Spring & Summer 2018

What’s Inside: General Information


Greenwood Children’s Center


Trips & Events


Infant, Toddler, Preschool


Youth Programs


Vacation Programs


Youth Sports


Adult Programs

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Greenwood Camp


Specialty & Sport Camps




For Your Information The Board of Park Commissioners sponsors the following organizations and programs. Sports Associations are independent associations that handle their own registration and league coordination with some LPRD assistance. Each Sponsored Association has a specific registration process. Please contact the individuals listed below for detailed information about their programs and registration. Longmeadow Youth Football Jeff Carterud at

Longmeadow Soccer Association

Longmeadow Girls’ Lacrosse Mark Pinkowski at Tim Kingston at

Longmeadow Aquatic Club

Longmeadow Baseball Association Longmeadow Softball Association Kim Gettens 413.754.3266

Longmeadow Boys’ LAX Association Matt Landon 508.737.8255 Longmeadow Youth Basketball Association Victor Oundjian

Longmeadow Little League Association Steve Schiffman 413.374.7674


General Information Office Locations Main Office: The Community House 735 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow, MA 01106 Hours: Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm Passport hours 9am-3pm Phone: 413.565.4160 Fax: 413.565.4165 Greenwood Office: Greenwood Children’s Center 231 Maple Rd, Longmeadow, MA 01106 Hours: Monday-Friday from 7am-6pm Phone: 413.565.4163 Fax: 413.565.4219 LPRD Hotline: 413.565.2255 Email: Website: Our Vision Passionate Professionals, Beautiful Parks, Exceptional Experiences Our Mission The Longmeadow Parks and Recreation Department, operating under the advisement of the Board of Park Commissioners, is dedicated to developing and maintaining beautiful, safe and environmentally friendly open spaces for the public to use and enjoy. Through affordable, comprehensive and exceptional experiences, we build a sense of community, enrich people’s lives and contribute to total development of the individual, family, and the Longmeadow community. We strive to meet the needs of our customers and residents and the needs of the Town of Longmeadow through activities and parks that are representative of the best practices of our profession. Board of Park Commissioners The Longmeadow Park Commissioners are appointed volunteers whose charge is to set policy of all Town Parks and Recreation activities. Dave Horowitz, Chair Margaret Rakas, Vice Chair Jim Russell, Commissioner Jeff Rintoul, Commissioner Rick Elfman, Commisioner Department Staff Bari Jarvis, M ED, Director Cristina Judd, BA, Assistant Director Marisa O’Brien, BS, Administrative Assistant Marina Blanusa, Director of Child Care Mike Barbieri, BS, Director of School Age Services Sponsorship Opportunities Businesses in Longmeadow and the neighboring areas are finding that they can demonstrate their commitment to our community and promote their services or products through the official Longmeadow Parks and Recreation Department Sponsorship Program. The opportunities available include advertising in the LPRD seasonal brochure, sponsoring an event or program, contributing in-kind services, and/or making a donation. Call today for your Sponsorship Package.

ADA The Longmeadow Parks and Recreation Department complies with the American Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability. ADA requires that recreation programs must be implemented in the most integrated setting possible, appropriate for each individual. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Longmeadow Parks and Recreation Department regarding any accommodations needed to assist with participation in and the enjoyment of any program or special event. If you have any questions, please call 413.565.4160. On the web - If you ever needed to know when a class was being offered, needed a form or wanted to sign up for your next recreational opportunity, now you can do all this and more on the web. We encourage you to take advantage of this great service. Registrations and payments are secure and encrypted guarding your personal information. Cancellation Information Information Hotline - Call 413.565.2255 for up to the minute cancellation and event information. Programs held at schools will be cancelled when school is cancelled. Facility Rentals Community House Facility Rental Are you looking for a convenient space for a lecture, an anniversary celebration, etc.? The Longmeadow Community House will seat up to 200 people auditorium style or 150 for a sit down dinner. Rentals are on a first come, first served basis. Call 413.565.4160 for more information or go to Park Rules A complete listing of the Park Rules is available at each Park, on-line at and at the Parks and Recreation office. Park Permits Park Permit Forms can be obtained at the Parks and Recreation Department office or on the web at Program Registration Initial Registration for Programs begins when you receive this brochure, unless otherwise noted in the program description. All registrations are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis until the program maximum or established deadline. Use the activity numbers listed under program description and to search online for registration. Registration can be done at, in person at the Community House or a completed registration form can be faxed or mailed in to the Community House with payment included. Payments are due in full at the time of registration and can be made by check made payable to LPRD, cash or credit card. NOTE: there is a $10 fee added to all non-resident registrations. Refund Policy No refunds will be given after the program registration deadline or start of the program. A $25 processing fee will be deducted for any refund.

Fee Assistance The Longmeadow Parks and Recreation Department’s programs, classes and special events are available to all residents regardless Advertisements Advertisement in this publication does not express or imply the of economic status. We provide fee assistance for qualified endorsement of a business or its products and services by the residents and a confidential application is available in our office or on the web at: Longmeadow Parks and Recreation Department.


Greenwood Children’s Center, Daycare & School Age Programs Licensed by the Department of Early Education and Care 231 Maple Road, Longmeadow, MA 01106

School Age Programs, Early Risers, After School Greenwood Extended Day and Daycare Programs have achieved a Level 2 rating by the Department of Early Education and Care’s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS). QRIS is a method to assess, improve and communicate the level of quality in early education & care and after-school settings. We are proud to offer our participants such a level of service.

Early Risers Before School Program, Grades K-5

After School Program, Grades K-5

The Early Risers Program is offered at Wolf Swamp, Blueberry Hill and Center Schools each morning beginning at 7:15am until the start of the school day.

Transportation is provided from Longmeadow Public Schools at 2:45pm to Greenwood Center until 6pm. Registration is accepted for the following:

1 day per week $77/monthly 2 days per week $86/monthly 3 days per week $106/monthly 4 days per week $131/monthly 5 days per week $154/monthly Drop in service fee: $21per block Delayed Openings: $21 per day for extra hours and transportation $35 Registration fee *25% Sibling discount

1 day per week $186/monthly 2 days per week $280/monthly 3 days per week $310/monthly 4 days per week $369/monthly 5 days per week $397/monthly Drop in service fee: $49 for the first 3 hour block, $20 for each additional block plus transportation fee of $3 per day $35 registration fee *25% Sibling discount

Contact Marina Blanusa, Director of Childcare at or Mike Barbieri, Director of School Age Services at or 565.4163 to set up a tour or for additional information!

Daycare Program Infants - One month to 15 months, $333/week Toddlers– 15 months to 2.9 years, $315/week Preschoolers– 2.10 years to Kindergarten, $254/week

Happy -Confident -Play - Learn Be Ready For Kindergarten…  Learn Through Play Curriculum  Social Development  Kindergarten Readiness Skills  Thematic Units  Phonological Awareness  Letter & Number Recognition  STEM Program, Science & Technology Lab Greenwood Children’s Center is proud of our highly talented and dedicated teachers! Miss Carly Since 2001 Miss Brittany Since 2010 Miss Ellissa Since 2017 Miss Hadley Since 2017

Miss Karen Since 2008 Miss Kaitlin Since 2009 Miss Ashley Since 2017 Miss Jamie Since 2017


Trips & Events Youth Track Program, Ages 7-14, LHS Track Youth will be placed on teams and participate in a series of track and field meets conducted on Saturdays at the LHS track over the course of the season. One meet will be in Bloomfield, CT. Additional competition opportunities at away meets will be available to interested athletes at the end of the season. Practices will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Participants will be exposed to a variety of track and field events including sprints, middle distance runs (up to one mile), shot put, Infant, Toddler & Preschool long jump, hurdles, and relays. Emphasis will be placed on skill developMusical Notes, Infants, Toddlers & Preschoolers, Greenwood Center ment, physical fitness, and individual improvement over the course of Did you know that music can increase a child’s emotional intelligence, creativity the season. Parents will be expected to assist with timing at one track meet during and social skills? Clap your hands, tap your feet and sing along with Jon O’Neill the season. Parents who have a background in track and field or running and who as he combines songs with dance and musical instruments! wish to make a greater commitment during practices or meets should indicate Infant Classes, newborns thru 24 months their interest when registering their child. Track program will not meet durTuesdays, 10-10:30am ing April vacation. Program dates subject to change due to High School schedule. May 1—June 5 #2102.204 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5-6pm, Saturdays 9am-11am Toddler Classes, 24 months thru 4 years Apr 3 -June 7 (tentative) #2120.301 Tuesdays, 10:30-11:15am $70 per person May 1-June 5 #2103.204 $72 per child or $100 per family Youth Cross Country Program, Ages 7-14, Wolf Swamp Fields Youth will be introduced to the sport of cross-country, they will train to run disNew Parents’ Support Group, Greenwood Center tances of up to 5K, depending on their age, and they will run in races in Thursdays & Fridays 10-11am Longmeadow and at outside meets. Emphasis will be on physical fitness and Gain support, meet new friends and establish bonds with other new parents. individual improvement. All youth will run the Longmeadow Cross-Country One This group is open to new parents and their infants from birth to one year of age. Mile race, which will take place on Saturday mornings. Middle school youth will This program is offered through Baystate Medical Center Parent Education compete in three to four meets against other middle schools, typically at the 3K Department. Call 794.5515 for more information. No meetings when there is no distance. Elementary school students will have the opportunity to compete at the school. This program is FREE! No sign-up is required. Massachusetts Elementary School championship and in the USATF cross-country meet in November, typically at the 2K and 3K distances. Youth Programs Tuesday and Thursdays, 5-6pm, Saturdays 9-10am Sept 4-Nov 8 (tentative) #2150.102 PopStar Academy, Grades K-5, Greenwood Center Everyone loves to sing and dance like their favorite “PopStar” and now they can! $50 per person plus program and uniform fee With real microphones and headsets for everyone, we will learn to perform like a real “PopStar”. Bring your Bestie...It’s so much FUN! No experience required. Children will be grouped together by age. Instructor is Lorrie Rousseau. Tuesdays, 4:15-5:15pm Apr 24-Jun 12 #2131.406 $145 Springfield Thunderbirds Tickets Pick up your ticket vouchers to be redeemed for any home game ticket at the box office. Yellow tier tickets are $21 and $1 from each one comes back to Longmeadow Parks & Rec. Vouchers can only be purchased in person at the Community House. For game schedule visit

Sticky, Shrinky, Swirly Art-ventures for kids, Grades K-4, Blueberry Hill and Center School The amazingly imaginative 2 and 3 dimensional projects in this program will inspire children’s creativity as they experiment with a variety of unique art forms, tools, and techniques. Art explorers create swirly color t-shirts, magic sticky paper masterpieces, and shrinky dink animal art. Make funny felt monsters, paint ceramic hippo banks and build geometric sculptures inspired by Alexander Calder. Create mini canvas paintings with easels, design personalized pencil cases, and learn how to draw perspective landscapes. Make sequined Mexican mirrors design metal embossed faces and sculpt sweet treat clay desserts. These projects and more introduce children to a world of artistic wonder while encourage their own original ideas and their own unique perception and interpretation of art. Blueberry Hill , Mondays, 2:45-4pm Apr 2-June 4 (no 4/16, 5/28) #2125.216 Center School , Tuesdays, 2:45-4pm Apr 3-May 29 (no 4/17) #2125.212 $109 Karate-Shotokan Style , Ages 5-13, Olde Town Hall Shotokan Karate-Do (SKIF System) is a traditional Japanese martial art. The study of karate is an inner search for growth and self-discipline, which encompasses many ideals. Students will be trained in the basic exercises involving punching, blocking, kicking, stances, forms, sparring, and self-defense. A white karate uniform is required and can be ordered through your instructor Jim Shea, a Longmeadow resident who has been teaching karate for over 30 years. Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30-6:30pm May 1-Jun 14 #4100.301 Tuesdays Only Jul 10-Aug 21 #2130.302 $70


Programs fill fast! Register online at Weather Cancellations 565.2255

Fall Cheerleading Program , Grades 3-8, Community House Practices will begin in August and will be in preparation for the Saturday and Sunday football games beginning in the Fall of 2018. Cheerleaders will also Soccer Clinic, Ages 7-11, Greenwood Center attend an area exhibition. Participants are asked to participate in fundraisers to Brad Miller, LHS Varsity Coach and his staff of Next Level Adventure will offset the cost of program expenses. Cheerleaders are responsible for their provide their expertise on fitness, skill development and making the game of uniforms and gear in addition to the registration fee. Please visit for soccer fun in this two day clinic. Participants are required to provide their own additional information. Registration will be limited to 20 boys and girls per squad. shin guards. Bring a water bottle and a peanut free snack. Suburban Youth Football Program – Sponsored Wednesday & Thursday, 9am-12pm Participants are grouped by grade, age, skill, and experience levels with weight Apr 19-20 #1514.301 restrictions for certain positions. Pee Wee Program for 3rd & 4th graders; Junior $55 per person Program for 5th & 6th graders; Senior Program for 7th & 8th graders. Spring Baseball Clinic, Ages 7-13, Greenwood Park Program emphasizes values, teamwork, and football fundamentals. All coaches Chris Corkum of Chris Corkum’s Baseball Camps, Inc. and his staff will provide are USA Football certified! Starting in early August, pre-season practices instruction in fielding, throwing, hitting, pitching, and physical conditioning. are each weeknight from 6pm-8pm at Williams Middle School reducing to 3-4 Each child’s strengths and weaknesses will be evaluated to allow for growth days each week when school starts. Eight games played Saturdays or Sundays based on individual needs. Rain date is Wednesday, April 18th. during September and October. Uniforms and equipment provided, but Monday & Tuesday, 9-11:30am #2119.303 participants supply their own cleats and mouth guard. Visit Apr 16-17 for additional information. $75 Registration Dates: May 10th and May 24th from 6-8:30pm at the Community House. There will also be a booth at Longmeddowe Days. Wicked Wild and Wonderful Art, Art-ventures for kids, Grades K-5, Fee: $160, with a program to reduce program costs to those in need. Multiple Community House players from the same family receive discounts. All new players and those who In this totally unique art-venture, use oil pastel to draw hilarious self portraits did not play last year are required to bring a copy of their birth certificate to leave while imagining yourselves as Minions (from the movie Minions). Create at registration. There will be flag football program for 1 st & 2nd Graders. This colorful clay tiles with terrific texture using some unexpected tools: seashells and will be an 8 week program with games on Saturday morning. Registration fee is pasta. Finally, explore the art of decoupage while designing and decorating large $40 per person. paper mache letters. Bring an old oversized t-shirt to wear as a smock, a healthy peanut/tree nut free snack and a drink. Travel Youth Field Hockey, Entering Grades 3-8, Wolf Swamp Fields This instructional program is designed to develop the skills necessary to play Thursday, Apr 19, 9am-12pm #2101.304 competitive field hockey. All levels from beginner to advanced are welcome. $35 Teams travel to Agawam, East Longmeadow, Wilbraham, Westfield, South Zany Zoo Animal Art-ventures ,Grades K-5, Community House Hadley, Belchertown and Northampton. Each team participates in 2-3 This all new art-rageous program is truly like a trip to the zoo. Color ceramic tournaments or jamborees. Our home jamboree, Jammin’ in the Meadow, will be bunny banks with special paint markers and design wacky stained glass animals held Saturday, 9/23/17. Season starts in late August and runs through the first with wiggly eyes! Plus create animal clip bookmarks using watercolor paints and week of November. Practices/games are 3-4 times each week. Parent coaches, draw some surprisingly ferocious fish! Bring an old oversized t-shirt to wear as a assistants and volunteers are needed. More information will be sent to the parsmock, a healthy peanut/tree nut free snack and a drink. ticipants in August. Each player must provide a stick, mouth guard, goggles and Friday, Apr 20, 9am-12pm #2101.305 shin pads. We have a limited number of sticks to borrow. We provide a uniform $35 shirt and socks. In addition, players must wear plain black shorts to each game. Grades 3 & 4 #2501.103 Ultimate Fairytale Adventure, Ages 3-6, Community House Dance Studio #2501.101 Our ladies begin their day by dressing-up as royals with crowns and scepters Grades 5 & 6 #2501.102 before continuing their adventure with fairytale activities, such as crafts, a fashion Grades 7 & 8 show, song and dance, tumbling, and use “mini” gymnastic equipment such as $90 by June 1; $115 after June 1, grades 3-4 beam, parallel bars and rings! For the Grand Finale, parents will be invited to a $145 by June 1; $170 after June 1, grades 5-8 royal “Crowning Ceremony” that will include a performance! Please wear leotard and skirt or shorts and ballet slippers. Please pack a peanut free snack and lunch Adult Programs and full water bottle each day. Cribbage League, Greenwood Center Dining Room Tuesday-Friday, 9am-1pm #1517.201 For additional information, call Peter at 413.525.7787. April 17-20 Tuesdays, through June 5, 7-10pm $130 per person Men’s Basketball, Glenbrook Middle School Thursdays, through April 12 (no 3/30), 8:30-10pm #4112.501 Youth Sports $5 per night

Vacation Programs

Fall Soccer, Longmeadow Soccer Association Sponsored This popular program, with over 900 participants last year, will run from September through November. In-town games are on Saturdays for Kindergarten and Grade 1 and Sundays for grades 2-8. The optional Travel program involves a mandatory evaluation in the spring. Dates will be posted on the LSA website. Travel teams generally play on the weekend, but have weeknight games. Practices are at the discretion of the coach. Uniforms are included in the registration fee and provided for both in-town and Travel. If parents are unsure which level to register a child for please contact LSA for guidance. To register your players or for more information please go to the Longmeadow Soccer Association website at beginning April 25, 2017. Returning and new coaches may register online, as well. Fee: Thanks to our sponsors, the registration fee will remain at $75. Additional Travel fee if a child makes a team of $105. A $25 late fee will be charged for registration received after June 1, 2018. There are no refunds after July 1, 2018. A $5 service fee is retained for all refunds. LSA statement on Team Waivers: After much thought and consideration, the Longmeadow Soccer Association has decided to no longer grant waivers for teams playing outside of the town of Longmeadow. The Longmeadow Soccer Association offers youth soccer programs beginning at the pre-k age group in our In-town program and also offers teams beginning at Under 8 age group through the Under 14 age group in our Travel program.

Monday Night Volleyball, Ages 40 & Up, Greenwood Center Mondays, through May 21, 7:30-9:30pm $5 per night


Co-Ed Volleyball, Glenbrook Middle School Mondays, through May 21, 7:30-9:30pm $5 per night


Adult Volleyball, Greenwood Center Wednesdays, through May 16, 7:30-9:30pm $5 per night

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Digital Photography Boot Camp, Greenwood Center Would you like to understand your camera and take better pictures? This class is perfect for you. In five lessons you will learn the basic principles of photography and how to take control of your digital SLR camera. We will cover camera settings, lens, exposure, flash, composition, and much more. Boot camp includes lessons, demonstrations and a binder with all printed material. To register contact Denise Smith directly at or call 413-530-4036. You must have a SLR camera, no point and shoot cameras. Wednesdays, 6-8:30pm Apr 11-May 9 Thursdays, 6-8:30pm May 17-June 14 $195 5

Adult Programs Golf Instruction for Adults, Fenway Golf East Longmeadow This group instruction program is designed for those who need instruction in putting, chipping, pitching, driving, and use of irons. The program also focuses on rules and etiquette of golf. The last two weeks of this program, participants will practice skills learned during self guided rounds on the golf course. Look for the green canopy at Fenway Golf to find instructor and PGA Professional, Bob Lake. Wednesdays, 6-7pm May 2-Jun 6 #4117.301 Jun 27-Aug 8 #4117.302 Aug 29-Oct 3 #4117.303 $105 MOMS Club of Longmeadow MOMS Club of Longmeadow is a support group for all moms with children of any age. We provide great opportunities for children and moms to socialize, build friendships, learn and grow together. We also work to strengthen the community with multiple community service projects throughout the year. Our activities include: general meetings, monthly Moms Night Out events, playgroups, outings and group activities, seasonal celebrations, cooking groups, a walking and running group, a book discussion group, a Lego group and many more! Please email for more information. Tai Chi– Yang Style, Ages 16 & Up, Olde Town Hall Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art that uses slow, smooth body movement and concentrates on breathing and balance to achieve a state of relaxation of both body and mind and chi (energy) development. It is less strenuous than other martial arts that offers general health benefits including improved concentration, stress reduction, flexibility and strength. The class involves traditional warm-ups and stretching, breathing exercises, stances and 3-part form. Wear comfortable clothing, a flat sole indoor sneaker, dance shoe or bare feet. Your instructor is James P. Shea 7th Dan SKIF. He is a licensed Karate Do and Tai Chi instructor and has been teaching for over 30 years. Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30pm May 1-Jun 12 #4100.206 Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30pm Jul 11-Aug 22 #4100.207 $60


Karate - Shotokan Style, Ages 14 & Up, Olde Town Hall Shotokan Karate-Do International Federation (SKIF) system includes an international standardized syllabus of kihon (basics), kata (forms) and kumite (sparring). All instruction and certification is authentic and directly affiliated with SKIF Japan, one of the largest and finest karate organizations in the world. A white karate uniform is required for class and can be ordered through the instructor. Your instructor is James P. Shea 7th Dan SKIF. He is a licensed Karate-Do and Tai Chi instructor and has over 30 years experience. Classes meet Tuesdays 7:30-9pm, Thursdays 6:30pm-8pm and Saturdays 8:30am-10am (Saturday Intermediate to advanced students). Tuesdays 7:30-9pm, Thursdays 6:30-8pm, Saturdays 8:30-10am May 1-Jun 30 #4101.301 Jul 3– Aug 30 #4101.302 $75 Adult Fitness, Greenwood Center Adult Fitness is a 45 minute workout that gives you everything you need and want in cardio, strength, core and flexibility. Get ready to work! Bring dumbbells (3-8lbs), a mat, water and your energy. Instructor: Jessica Malik Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45pm Mar 27-May 8 (no 4/17) #7001.675 May 15 - Jun 19 #7001.676 Aug 7-Sept 11 #7001.677 $57 per session or $10 drop-in Zumba for Adults, Greenwood Center Zumba is a fun and effective dance fitness workout set to Latin inspired and international music. Zumba classes provide a large calorie burn through aerobic activity done with interval training in mind. The average person will burn around 600 to 1,000 calories in a Zumba class.. Aside from its heart-health benefits, Zumba provides a workout for the whole body. Ditch the workout, join the party! Instructor: Jessica Malik Mondays, 5:45-6:45pm Mar 26-May 7 #7001.684 May 14- Jun 25 (no 5/28) #7001.685 Aug 6– Sept 17 (no 9/3) #7001.686 $57 per session or $10 drop in

Outdoor Aquatics

Greenwood Summer Day Camp

General Information Our two Outdoor Aquatic Facilities, Greenwood and Reynolds Pool are supervised by trained and certified Red Cross Lifeguards. An adult must accompany children under 11 years of age. Passes and Daily pool admissions for the two outdoor pools may be purchased individually or for a household. All individuals on a Household Pass must live in the residence. (Proof of residency may be required) All daily admissions and pass options are free to children age 3 and under with a paid adult. Pool rules can be found on Outdoor Aquatic Facilities Pools will open for weekends only June 9th and open full time beginning the last day of school. Closing day TBD.

Welcome to Camp! Please join us for Camp Open House on Friday, June 22nd from 3-5:30pm. It is a great way for first time campers to become familiar with the facility, and meet the staff. Returning campers are always welcome. NOTE: Health Information Forms and a certificate of immunization with proof of Chicken Pox and Polio immunity, signed by a physician, must be submitted prior to registration each year and must be submitted within 2 weeks of online registration.

Pool Hours Weekdays 1-8pm, lap swim 5-7pm at Reynolds Pool only, Weekends 11am7pm Reynolds Pool Located in Bliss Park at the corner of Bliss Road and Laurel Street. Features a wading pool, main pool with depths from 3’ – 12’ and a 1-meter diving board. Greenwood Pool Located in Greenwood Park, 231 Maple Road. Features a splash pad, main pool with depths from 2’ – 9’ and mini water slide. Outdoor Season Passes Individuals $75 Residents $105 Non-Resident Household $235 Resident $389 Non-Resident (4 -6 people in household. Package available for households over 6) Outdoor Pool Passes for individuals and families are half price beginning on Monday, July 16th. Replacement card fee $5. Daily Outdoor Admission $9 Residents $11 Non-residents

$5 after 5pm!

Summer Private Swim Lessons for Youth and Adults There is limited space available for those who require or desire a more intimate learning environment. Lessons are 30 minutes and cost $20 each. Register by visiting the Pool Manager at either Outdoor Pool.

Camp Fees: Pay Full Price for your first week, receive a 10% discount each additional week. Full Day Camp: $225/week, ($180 Week 2) Part Time Camp: $141/ 3 days, $98/ 2 days Half Day, 9am-12pm or 12-3pm $113 **The Deadline to register for camps is the Wednesday prior to your session at 5pm to avoid a $10 late registration fee. Extended Camp, 7:15am and/or 3-6pm Morning Only, $35/week Morning & Afternoon, $67/week Weekly Camp Sessions, 9am-3pm Week 1, June 25-June 29 “Hawaii Hullabaloo/Magic of Camp” Week 3, July 9-July 13 “Nickelodeon/Game Show” Week 5, July 23-July 27 “Camp Throw down/Olympics ” Week 7, August 6-August 10 “Medieval Madness” Week 9, August 20-August 24 “Greenwood Camps Got Talent”

Afternoon Only, $42/week

Week 2, July 2-July 6 (no 7/4) “Dr. Seuss” Week 4, July 16-July 20 “Wilderness Survival Week” Week 6, July 30-August 3 “Explorers Week” Week 8, August 13-August 17 “Fun & Fitness”

General Camp Information Campers will travel to swim lessons, free swim, Art, Drama, Sports and STEM with his/her camp group. All Campers will meet together for snacks, lunch and meeting times. Drop off/Pick up at Greenwood Camp Shed, rain drop off/pick up will be inside Greenwood. Campers will need to bring with them each day, 2 peanut free snacks and lunch, bathing suit, towel, water shoes or flip flops, SPF 30 or higher sunscreen, bug spray, and a water bottle. Children must wear sneakers and sunscreen to camp each day.

Swim Lessons, Ages 4-18, Greenwood or Reynolds Pool Group lessons follow American Red Cross guidelines and are taught by our experienced lifeguards. Levels start at beginner and progress to a challenging advanced swimmer course. Class levels may be combined depending on enrollment. Participants should be comfortable in the water and toilet-trained. Grades K & 1, Licensed Lessons are held in two-week sessions, Monday through Friday. Week 1 #1103.401 Week 2 #1103.402 Week 4 #1103.404 Week 5 #1103.405 Fees per Session: No lessons on Wednesday, July 4th Week 7 #1103.407 Week 8 #1103.408 Session 1 $59 Pass holders, $80 Non-Pass Holders Grades 2 & 3, Licensed Sessions 2-4 $68 Pass holders, $89 Non-Pass Holders Week 1 #1107.401 Week 2 #1107.402 Session 1 - June 25-July 6 Session 3 - July 23-Aug 3 Week 4 #1107.404 Week 5 #1107.405 Reynolds Pool Reynolds Pool Week 7 #1107.407 Week 8 #1107.408 11-11:30am #5514.402 11-11:30am #5514.408 Grades 4 & 5, Licensed 11:45am-12:15pm #5514.403 11:45am-12:15pm #5514.409 Week 1 #1105.401 Week 2 #1105.402 Greenwood Pool Greenwood Pool Week 4 #1105.404 Week 5 #1105.405 5:30-6pm #5514.413 5:30-6pm #5514.417 Week 7 #1105.407 Week 8 #1105.408 6:15-6:45pm #5514.414 6:15-6:45pm #5514.418 Leadership In Training , Grades 6-8, Licensed Session 2 - July 9- July 20 Session 4 – Aug 6-Aug 17 Week 1 #1521.401 Week 2 #1521.402 Reynolds Pool Reynolds Pool Week 4 #1521.404 Week 5 #1521.405 11-11:30am #5514.405 11-11:30am #5514.411 Week 7 #1521.407 Week 8 #1521.408 11:45am-12:15pm #5514.406 11:45am-12:15pm #5514.412 Counselor In Training, Grades 9 & 10, Licensed Greenwood Pool Greenwood Pool Week 1 #1531.401 Week 2 #1531.402 5:30-6pm #5514.415 5:30-6pm #5514.419 Week 4 #1531.404 Week 5 #1531.405 6:15-6:45pm #5514.416 6:15pm-6:45pm #5514.420 Week 7 #1531.407 Week 8 #1531.408 Extended Camp, 7-9am, 3-6pm or Both Week 1 #1104.401 Week 2 #1104.402 Week 5 #1104.405 OOL PASS PURCHASES COMPLETED BY Week 4 #1104.404 Week 7 #1104.407 Week 8 #1104.408





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Specialty & Sports Camps

Girls’ Lacrosse Clinic, Grades K-2, Russell Field Coach Steve Dudeck will lead our Little Ladies Lancer Lacrosse Clinic for girls, covering the basics of the game of lacrosse in a fun and energetic way. Girls will learn about proper warm-up, practice preparation, basic skills and game like scenarios. Stick, goggles and mouth guard are required. Monday-Friday, 9-11am Jun 16-20 #1509.402 $100

Due to the Board of Health Department licensing requirements, you must submit for each child enrolled in our Camps, a Health Information form and a certificate of immunization (signed by a physician) with proof of Chicken Pox and Polio immunity. These forms are available at the time of registration and at and must be completed and turned in at the time of registration. The Deadline to register for camps is the Wednesday prior to your session at 5pm to avoid a $10 late registration fee. If it is raining Girls’ Lacrosse Camp, Licensed, Grades 3-7, Russell Field campers will not swim. Days will consist of drills to refine basic skills and scrimmage play. Bring your stick, mouth guard, and goggles (mandatory) with you to camp each day. Camp Baseball Camp, Licensed, Ages 6-14, Strople Field is run by Coach Steve Dudeck. Pick up is at Reynolds Pool. Chris Corkum and his staff will evaluate each camper’s strengths and weaknesses Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm to ensure that skill levels rise in the appropriate areas. With fun and fitness as the Jun 16-20 #1509.401 operatives, kids work at fielding, throwing, hitting, pitching, catching, base $180 running and game play. Please bring helmet, hat, glove, bat, cleats, indoor shoes, Girls’ Lacrosse Clinic, Grades 8-9, Russell Field bathing suit, sunblock and peanut free snack and lunch daily. Pick up is at Coach Steve Dudeck runs this clinic for girls geared toward the advanced player Reynolds Pool. who has played Lacrosse before. Focus will be on advanced instruction in game Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm strategy and team play. July 30-Aug 3 #1501.401 Wednesday - Friday, 9-11:30am Aug 6-10 #1501.402 Jul 18 - 20 #1509.403 July 30-Aug 10 #1501.403 $125 $195/1 week, $365/both weeks Basketball Camp, Licensed, Ages 6-10, LHS Gym Kids will really enjoy this camp, as they learn new skills and become better players. Instructor Pat Murphy and his staff will provide instruction that will focus on dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding, defense, teamwork, and conditioning. Please bring a peanut free snack and lunch, water bottle, bathing suit and towel daily. Pick up is at Reynolds Pool. Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm #1502.401 Jun 25-29 $195 Basketball Camp, Licensed, Ages 10-15, LHS Gym Instructor Pat Murphy gives campers the opportunity to learn the fundamental skills of basketball and gives them the tools to improve on their own. Full–court games will take place each afternoon. Please bring a peanut free snack and lunch, water bottle, bathing suit and towel daily. Pick up is at Reynolds Pool. Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm Jun 25-29 #1502.402 $195 Boys Lacrosse Camp Ages 4-5 and 6-13, LHS Fields Tradition Lax presents a youth lacrosse experience for boys ages 4-13. This camp is for all skill levels as it allows players to develop their skills through a variety of drills and games. Campers will need to provide their own lacrosse equipment, stick, helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, cleats and sneakers daily. Please pack a peanut free snack and water bottle daily. Ages 6-13 will also need a peanut free lunch and afternoon snack, bathing suit and towel and will be picked up at Reynolds Pool. Monday-Friday Ages 4-5, 9-11am #1503.402 Ages 6-13, 9am-3pm #1503.401 Aug 6-10 $100 ages 4 -5 $225 ages 6-13 Field Hockey Camp, Licensed, Girls Ages 10-14, Russell Field Participants will improve on basic skills and knowledge of the game. The concepts of cooperation and teamwork, along with a chance to have fun, will be the main goals of the week. Participants need their own stick, mouth guard, shin guards and goggles. Please bring a peanut free snack and lunch, water bottle, bathing suit and towel daily. Instructor is Ann Simons. Pick up at Reynolds Pool. Monday– Friday, 9am-3pm Jun 25 - 29 #1507.401 $190 Girls’ Field Hockey Clinic, Grades 1-4, Russell Field This clinic run by Coach Ann Simons is a great introduction to Field Hockey. Girls will learn basic rules, proper warm-up, tag games, and basic skills. Girls will get to work with LHS Field Hockey team members as well. Stick, mouth guard and shin guards are required. Please bring sunblock, water bottle and snack daily. Monday-Friday, 9-11am Jun 25-29 #1507.402 $100


Girls Basketball Clinic, Grades 3-8, LHS Gym Clinic sessions will consist of drills to refine basic skills such as dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding, defense, conditioning and scrimmage play. Bring a full water bottle. Instructor is LHS Girls Coach Andrea Enright. Monday - Friday Jul 16-20 Grades 3-5, 9-11:45am #1502.403 Grades 6-8, 12-2:45pm #1502.404 $125

Volleyball Camp, Licensed, Grades 5-9, LHS Gym George Mulry will run this camp focusing on the basic skills of volleyball including serving, passing, hitting, setting, blocking, serve-receive and defense. Players of all levels and positions are encouraged to attend. No swimming with this camp. Monday-Wednesday, 9am-2pm #1518.401 Jul 30- Aug 1 $105

Soccer Clinic, Ages 4-6, Williams Middle School Fields This is the perfect morning camp to learn the basic skills for the game of soccer such as kicking, passing, and trapping, dribbling and shooting through individual and small group instruction led by Pantuosco’s Pioneer Valley Soccer Camp Staff. Participants should wear shin guards and cleats or sneakers and pack a water bottle and peanut free snack. Monday-Friday, 9am-11am Jul 9-13 #1514.405 Jul 16-20 #1514.406 Gymnastics Camp, Ages 7-13, Community House Dance Studio Jul 23-27 #1514.407 Girls will learn rhythmic gymnastics, tumbling and routines on the balance beam, $115/ first week, Save $25 for 2 weeks, save $40 for 3 weeks single and uneven parallel bars and vault. This is an excellent opportunity for dancers and cheerleaders to get in shape and learn beginner through intermediate Learn to Golf, Ages 8-12, Fenway Golf, East Longmeadow gymnastic level activities. There will be an end of camp demonstration for family Program is geared for beginner to intermediate golfers focusing on putting, on Friday, time TBD. Instructor is Lorrie Rousseau. No swimming with this chipping, pitching, irons, driving and golf etiquette and rules. Players should camp. bring their own clubs as a limited number of clubs will be available to borrow. Participants should wear sneakers or golf shoes, slacks or shorts, polo shirt. Monday-Friday 9am-12pm Instructor is PGA Pro Bob Lake. Aug 6-10 #1524.401 Monday-Friday, 1-4pm Monday-Friday, 2-4pm Aug 13-17 #1524.403 Jul 30-Aug 3 (rain date 8/4) #1510.401 $145 Aug 20-24 (rain date 8/25) #1510.402 $175 NEW! Pop Star Camp, Ages 5-7 & 8-10, Community House Dance Studio Everyone loves to sing and dance like their favorite "Popstar" and now they Summer Flag Football, Grades 2-5, Williams Middle School Now Recruiting! Fundamentals and skill development along with actual games can! With real microphones and headsets, for everyone; we will have fun learning to sing like a real "Popstar". Bring your bestie..... & join the "FUN"! will be offered to both girls and boys. Join experienced youth coaches to have fun and play the sport non-tackle and flag style. For specific questions, contact Bring a peanut free snack and water. Instructor is Lorrie Rousseau. John Rauseo at 413-219-3988. Monday - Friday, 1-4pm Mondays & Wednesdays, 5:30-7pm Aug 6-10 #1524.404 Jun 25-Jul 25 #9900.401 $145 $125 Gymnastics and Sports Camp, Licensed, Ages 5-10, Greenwood Center Gym Skyhawks Programs USA Champion Kids camp offers a variety of sports activities and gymnastics skills in this exciting, fun-filled multi-sports camp. Activities include: tumbling, Mini-Hawk, Soccer, Baseball & Basketball, Licensed, Ages 4-7, Bliss Park beam, vault, parallel bars, soccer, California kickball, softball, floor hockey, Mini-Hawk helps children explore sports in a no pressure atmosphere where your volleyball, badminton, and track and field events. Skills will be introduced little athlete participates in all three sports through unique “Skyhawks” games and according to individual abilities. Campers should pack a water bottle, peanut free techniques. Bring shin guards, water bottle and snack, sunscreen and wear lunch and snack, sunblock, bathing suit and towel. Instructor is Lorrie Rousseau. sneakers daily. Monday-Wednesday, 9am-3pm Monday– Friday, 9am-12pm Aug 27-29 #1524.402 Jun 25-29 #1513.402 $108 Jul 30-Aug 3 #1513.403 $129 Ultimate Fairytale Adventure, Ages 3-6, Community House Dance Studio Does your child like playing princesses? If so, this is the camp for them! Royal Princesses will begin their day by dressing-up as “royals” then enjoy a variety of fairytale activities, such as crafts, a fashion show, dance as well as gymnastic activities. Parents will be invited to our presentation at the end of the program. Participants must be potty trained. Please pack a peanut free snack and full water bottle daily. Instructor is Lorrie Rousseau. No swimming with this camp. Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm Aug 13-17 #1517.402 $145 Summer Cool Theatre Camp, Grades 4-9, Community House Auditorium This camp will incorporate a variety of activities including acting, mime, theatre games, script writing, movement, voice and a final daytime performance! Theatre Camp allows a child to express themselves in many different ways and helps with their self-esteem, socialization and teamwork skills. Instructor is Jamie Cass. No swimming with this camp. Monday–Friday, 9am-3pm #1515.402 Jul 23-Aug 3 $340 Soccer Camp, Licensed, Ages 6-13, Williams Middle School Fields The Pantuosco’s Pioneer Valley Soccer Camp staff is committed to helping players to build self-confidence and soccer skills through a purely educational and enjoyable atmosphere. Soccer campers will improve their fitness, skill technique and tactical decision-making abilities. The week of August 8th camp will be half day at Wolf Swamp Fields and will follow the weekly soccer camp curriculum with an optional goalkeeping component included. All Campers should wear shin guards, cleats and pack sunblock, water bottle, and a peanut free snack, full day campers will also need a peanut free lunch, sneakers, bathing suit and towel and will be picked up at Reynolds Pool. Monday–Friday, 9am-3pm Jul 9-13 #1514.401 Jul 16-20 #1514.402 Jul 23-27 #1514.403 $185/ first week, Save $25 for 2 weeks, save $40 for 3 weeks

Skyhawks Flag Football Camp, Licensed, Ages 7-12, Bliss Park This program is perfect for boys and girls who want a complete introduction to the game or simply want to brush up on their skills. Campers will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, and deflagging or defensive positioning – all presented in a fun and positive environment. The week ends with the Skyhawks Sports Bowl! Please wear sneakers and bring a peanut free snack and water bottle, and sunscreen daily. Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm #1513.410 Jul 16-20 $129 Skyhawks Multi-Sport, Ultimate Frisbee, Capture the Flag & Kickball, Licensed, Ages 7-12, Bliss Park Our multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting while teaching them vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline. For this program we combine Ultimate Frisbee, Capture the Flag & Kickball into one fun-filled week. Please wear sneakers and bring a peanut/tree nut free snack, water bottle and sunscreen daily, full day campers will also need a peanut/tree nut free lunch daily also. Monday –Friday, 9am-12pm Jul 30-Aug 3 #1513.412 $129 Monday—Friday, 9am-3pm Aug 13-17 #1513.413 $149 Skyhawks Track & Field Camp , Licensed, Ages 7-12, LHS Track This program combines technical development and fundamental techniques with safety while keeping a major focus on fun! Using special equipment, our staff teaches the standard track & field events: long distance, sprints, soft hurdles, relays, shot put, discus and standing long jump. Participants will put it all together for one fun-filled day at the end of the week track meet! Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm #1513.408 Jun 25-29 $129


Team Elektra for Girls with Young Hacks Academy, Ages 10-14, Beginner-Intermediate, Blueberry Hill School Library The brilliant ones! A celebration of creative problem-solving and empowerment, YHA Team Elektra all-girls program explores how the combination of computer science and digital expression can make a difference in the local and global community. As a grassroots organization, Team Elektra members develop interactive stories using Scratch, and collaborate on inspirational videos and websites about meaningful issues. They learn how to use code to create a powerful message that communicates to the world who we are and the positive changes that we seek. Following the lead of successful women shaping the future in tech, YHA Team Elektra unleashes confidence and life skills in a week full of creativity, design, color, and fun. Wait until you see what we create with code! Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm Jul 23-27 #1542.001 $345

Advanced Robots with Mad Science, Grades 4-6, Olde Town Hall Delve into the fascinating world of robotics and machines in this week-long program. Children will construct their own solar powered robot while gaining a deeper knowledge of the science of circuits, wheels, gears, and sensors. They will experience different types of robotic devices throughout the program, including multiple programmable robots. Robots go home with campers on the last day of the program. All supplies included. Please pack a nut free snack and drink daily. Monday-Friday, 1-4pm Jul 16-20 #1541.002 $184

Rockin Rockets & Advanced Robots with Mad Science, Full Day, Grades 4-6, Olde Town Hall Those in grades 4-6 looking for a full day option can enjoy both the Rockin Rockets and Advanced Robots with a one hour supervised lunch. Please pack two nut free snacks and a nut free lunch and drink daily. Internet of Things with Young Hacks Academy, Ages 12-15, Intermediate-Advanced, Blueberry Hill School LibraryMonday-Friday, 9am-4pm The Internet of Things (IoT) is created and controlled with artful code. What Jul 16-20 #1541.003 was once the realm of desktops, laptops and smartphones, now includes almost $314 anything imaginable from cars to refrigerators, to traffic signals and multitudes of sensors. Understanding these systems can be very empowering while navigating Space & Beyond with Mad Science, Grades 1-5, Olde Town Hall our world. For the emerging innovator with programming experience, YHA Experience our program co-designed by NASA and Mad Science! From our Internet of Things builds experiential knowledge through IoT design challenges. Earth’s atmosphere to the outer reaches of our solar system, this hands on Students will code Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s) using the Arduino program for children sends them on a quest for exploration! Comets, planets, stars and more are all waiting to be discovered. Explore the farthest reaches of Integrated Development Environment (IDE), control electrical circuits and communicate with each other and the internet. These design challenges present our solar system and create lunar eclipse in this “mad” planetary tour! Learn principles of computer science, computer networks, and electrical engineering about the four forces of flight and the challenges of space travel, build your very within an authentic environment. YHA Internet of Things students return from own rocket to take home and participate in an awesome rocket launch! Please camp not only with experiential knowledge but also bring home an IoT PLC kit pack a nut free snack and drink daily. to continue innovating. Monday—Friday, 9am-12pm Jul 23-27 #1541.001 Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm $164 Jul 30-Aug 3 #1542.002 $365 Brixology: Engineering with LEGO, Mad Science, Grades 1-5, Olde Town Hall IncrediFlix, Animation Flix, Ages 7-13, Olde Town Hall Learn how to bring everyday objects to life using the magic of stop-motion! Brixology sets the foundation for out next generation of makers! Kids learn Create multiple stop motion movies using everything from toy cars to white about different types of engineering and then team up to construct a different boards. It’s the ultimate arts and crafts camp where you create, direct, and film engineering-themed project using LEGO bricks. They learn about aerospace your movie in age-appropriate groups. *Flix downloadable within a month after engineering while assembling a space station. They explore mechanical engineering as they build boats and vehicles. That’s not all, from carnival rides camp ends. to drawing machines, mechanical animals to truss bridges, your future engineer Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm will build upon their creativity to solve real-world design challenges, while Jun 25-29 #1540.001 developing their problem-solving and team-building skills. Let the tinkering $195 begin! IncrediFlix, Minecraft Movie Flix, Ages 7-13, Olde Town Hall Monday-Friday, 1-4pm Turn the video game into an exciting Minecraft stop-motion movie! Working in Jul 23-27 #1541.005 age-appropriate groups, bring Steve, the creepers, and more to life, as you write, $164 storyboard, shoot and add voice-overs to your favorite characters. *Flix Space & Beyond and Brixology Full Day with Mad Science, Grades 1-5, downloadable within a month after camp ends. Olde Town Hall Monday-Friday, 1-4pm Those in grades 1-5 looking for a full day option can enjoy both the Space & Jun 25-29 #1540.002 Beyond and Brixology Camps with a one hour supervised lunch. Please pack two $195 nut free snacks and a nut free lunch and drink daily. Incrediflix Animation & Minecraft Movie Combo Flix, Full Day, Ages 7-13, Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm Olde Town Hall Jul 23-27 #1541.006 Each morning students will work on a new style of stop-motion animation in this $294 ultimate arts & crafts animation program. In the afternoon, students will let their imagination be their guide as they create an exciting Minecraft world for a movie Grr, Buzz, Hiss, Roar...Art-ventures, Ages 5-11, Community House they create. Students will work in age appropriate groups. Lunch supervision is Animal lovers and art explorers, take a walk on the wild side. Visit the jungle, go on a safari and travel back in time to the Dinosaurs. Discover how far your creaincluded. Please pack a nut free lunch and drink. tivity can go while creating 2 and 3 dimensional animals, butterflies, birds, Monday– Friday, 9am-4pm snakes, frogs and lizards, lions and yes, even dinosaurs. Campers use an amazing Jun 25-29 #1540.003 variety of art materials, textures and techniques while experimenting with clay $370 and paints, ceramic and fabric art, wood, oil pastels, stenciling, collage, decouRockin Rockets with Mad Science, Grades 1-5, Olde Town Hall page and more. These cool and playful art-ventures include fun facts about the Children will step into the shoes of a rocket scientist and learn the fundamentals animals, storytelling and lots of laughs. Bring a nut free snack, drink and an old, of flight, propulsion and rocket design. We’ll have fun exploring astronomy and over sized t-shirt to use as a smock. Face painting or glitter tattoos included. trying out various flight designs from hot air balloons to hovercrafts (and many Monday-Friday, Aug 6-10 more!). “Launch Day” will bring some real excitement to your budding astro9am-12pm #2205.301 naut! Kids will build rockets as well as discover the fundamental concepts in$149 volved in launching and recovering many different types of rockets, Students will make and take home their own complete Mad Science rocket. Please pack a nut free snack and drink daily. Monday - Friday, 9am - 12pm Jul 16-20 #1541.004 $164


Fairies and Dragons Art-ventures, Ages 5-11, Community House Enter the fantasy world of imagination where fairies fly and unicorns roam. Art-ventures unleash their inner elves as they conjure up fire-breathing dragons, transform colorful clay into silly goblin masks, and create winged fairy or armored knight dolls. Sculpt bedazzling unicorns with rainbow manes, paint monster planters, and build wooden fairy houses with real shells, stones, moss and more. With the aid of some very magical potions and spells (i.e. materials and techniques), campers experience painting, drawing, printmaking, mosaics, stained glass, ceramic fabric, and clay art. Enjoy an enchanted week of two and three dimensional works of art, including a sparkling t-shirt project! Fairies and Dragons storytelling is included, as well as surprises and humor. Fun, fantasyfilled art-ventures! Bring a nut free snack, drink and an old, over sized t-shirt to use as a smock. Face painting or glitter tattoos included. Monday-Friday, Aug 20-24 9am -12pm #2205.302 $149 NEW! Musical Theatre Summer Dance Program, Ages 10 & Up, Community House Dance Studio A full week of fantastic advanced technical musical theatre dance classes in the styles of jazz, contemporary and hip hop. We will explore famous Broadway musicals, their choreographers, dance steps and lyrics. Dancers will learn the choreography for some of the greatest numbers in musical theater history. If you love watching the dancing in musicals like Wicked, School of Rock, Hamilton, Beauty & the Beast, Matilda, Newsies, Cats or Lion King you need to come to our Musical Theatre Summer Dance Program! The week will commence with a Musical Theatre Dance Performance showcasing all we have learned for families and friends on Friday at 11:45am. Dancers should wear any black leotard and any ballet skirt/shorts with tan tights. Please bring ballet and jazz shoes daily. Bring a nut free snack, and a full water bottle daily. Please email Instructor, April with any questions at Monday- Friday, 9am-12pm Jul 9-13 #2131.303 $150.00 Fabulously “FROZEN” Ballet Program, Ages 3-6 Community House Dance Studio The perfect dance experience for the princess that lives in your castle! Dancers will learn imaginative choreography inspired by the movies Frozen, Frozen Fever and the new Olaf’s Frozen Adventure. They will have fun with adorably cool Frozen and Ballet themed arts and crafts. All our princess friends including Moana, Belle, Sofia the First, Elena, Ariel, Cinderella, Rapunzel and more will be celebrated throughout the week in our beautiful princess ballet activity centers. We will cool down with an Olaf Ice Cream Party on Thursday. The week will commence with a Frozen Princess Ballet Performance showcasing all we have learned for families and friends on Friday at 11:45am. Children should dress in leotard and skirt/shorts with ballet slippers. If you don’t have dance shoes, socks and sneakers will do just fine! Please bring a nut free snack and a full water bottle daily. Please email April with any questions at Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm Jul 16-20 #2131.304 $150.00 American Girl Dolls Shoot for the Stars Dance Program, Ages 5-10, Community House Dance Studio This dance program will be OUT OF THIS WORLD! Here you will dance, dream and create with NASA’s Outer Space Inspired New American Girl of the Year Doll Luciana Vega! Activities will include learning all new outer space themed choreography for you and your doll in the styles of ballet and hip hop/ jazz! We will have fun making planetary crafts and healthy interstellar American Girl recipes. We will enjoy dance story creation, an activity where dancers act out and discuss the stories of the American Girls we love. The week will culminate with a performance at 11:45am on Friday for families. Dancers please wear leotard and tights or comfortable tight-fitting clothes and ballet and jazz shoes daily. If you don’t have dance shoes, socks and sneakers will do just fine! Bring one doll of your choice to camp every day. (Any dolls are welcome, not just American Girl Dolls). Bring a nut free snack and water bottle daily. Please email April with any questions at Monday-Friday. 9am-12pm Jul 23-27 #2131.305 $150

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Tennis Courts are open seven days a week from dawn to dusk (8:00pm) to the public free of charge when not in use for instructional programs. Clay courts open weather permitting. Blinn Hardcover Courts: 12 courts with new surfacing, fencing, nets, lighting Greenwood Park Hardcover Courts: 2 hardcover courts Bliss Park Clay Courts: 4 clay courts

Skyhawks Tennis Academy Teddy Tennis, Ages 3-5, Blinn Tennis Courts Teddy Tennis is a fantastic educational program that inspires children to get active and learn to play tennis. It works by combining music, pictures and teddy bear stories into a totally interactive learning adventure that children love. Monday—Thursday, 12:15-1pm Jul 9-12 #5109.401 Aug 6-9 #5109.403 $70 Skyhawks Red Ball , Ages 6-9, Blinn Tennis Courts This class provides a relaxed environment where fundamental tennis skills are taught along with a wide range of fun activities that help develop agility, balance, movement, sending, receiving and gross motor skills on a 36ft court. In addition to expanding tennis skills, players improve their movement and rallying skills. We help each player to develop better tennis mechanics and more consistent shots. A variety of fun activities are used to improve player athleticism through agility, balance, coordination and movement development. Please pack a water bottle and peanut free snack daily. Monday-Thursday, 9am-12pm Jul 9-12 #5110.401 Jul 23-26 #5110.402 Aug 6-9 #5110.403 $145 Skyhawks Orange Ball, Ages 7-10, Blinn Tennis Courts Players develop their tennis technique, athletic and court coverage skills in order to achieve success in rallying consistency and in point playing on a 60ft court. A variety of fun and competitive games are used to develop a strong foundation of tennis fundamentals. Players increase their rallying, volley, serve and point playing skills while improving their athleticism and shot consistency. Players will focus on using the proper shot techniques and court coverage skills. Please pack a water bottle and peanut free snack daily. Monday-Thursday, 9am-12pm Jul 9-12 #5111.401 Jul 23-26 #5111.402 Aug 6-9 #5111.403 $145 Skyhawks Green Ball, Ages 8-12, Blinn Tennis Courts This class emphasizes all aspects of the game and helps improve proper shot technique. Focus is placed on live ball drills that develop rallying and decision making skills along with proper movement and recovery. Point playing games are used to reinforce the skills learned and to improve the players competitive skills. Using teaching progressions that lead to live-ball play is a key element in this program. Please pack a water bottle and peanut free snack daily. Monday-Thursday, 9am-12pm Jul 9-12 #5112.401 Jul 23-26 #5112.402 Aug 6-9 #5112.403 $145



Thank you to our sponsors Fathers & Sons and The Kitchen

Presented by the Longmeadow Cultural Council

Thank you to our sponsor Fathers & Sons

A Longmeadow tradition, especially for children ages 3-14 years old. Laurel Pond will be stocked with hungry trout in preparation for the Derby. Kids bring their own tackle and families enjoy a great community fellowship day. There will be prizes for first fish, longest fish, and most fish caught in each age division. Refreshments for participants along with bait for the fish will be available for purchase.

This is a FREE event! Pre-registration is not required. Date: Saturday April 28th Time: 8:30-10:30am Location: Laurel Pond Thank you to American Pest Solutions for sponsoring this event!

Spring summer 2018  
Spring summer 2018