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Fall/Winter 2017 INSIDE > > > Special Events, pg. 10 Adult Sports, pg. 18 Youth Fitness, pg. 29

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Shaping the community's vision into reality.

Stay in the know, follow the progress and share your ideas at:

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Volunteers welcome! New, exciting programs!

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Inside this Issue:

Greetings from the Director

General Information Rates, Hours and Resident Info. Registration Parks and Amenities Map Citywide Yard Sale Special Events & Programs Trivia Night Health & Wellness Tree Board Events Adult Sports Adult Activities Snowball Camp Youth Sports Youth Activities Youth Fitness Family Ghoulish

Many people comment that fall is their favorite time of the year. Maybe it's getting back into the routine with school schedules, the cooler temperatures, the beautiful fall foliage, or, my personal favorite — college football! For the Wentzville Parks and Recreation Department fall signals the end of summer programs and activities. In fall, we turn our focus to park maintenance and move toward indoor sports and programs. This year, fall also signals the launch of a new, exciting planning period that will inevitably shape Wentzville's future. In order to provide the best amenities and services for our residents, we must always be planning ahead. This fall, at the direction of the Board of Aldermen, we will be launching a feasibility study to address a future multigenerational facility here in Wentzville. This study is the first step in the process of developing a conceptual design for what a multigenerational facility might include. We will be seeking community input to determine what activities must be considered and to help establish priorities for the programming spaces, which will be included in the final conceptual design. This study allows the City to explore the options available for a multigenerational facility, and determine community support, funding options and gauge the overall viability of a facility of this kind. The City has selected Hastings+Chivetta to assist with this process. As part of this process, an open dialogue of brainstorming and solicitation of ideas, coupled with evaluating needs and requirements, allows options to be explored and objectives confirmed during this time period. To learn more, please follow the Wentzville Parks and Recreation Department on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wentzvilleparks and visit www.ShapingWentzvillesFuture.org. Mike Lueck, Director

Get outside! Americans spend more on outdoor recreation than they do on gasoline — $646 billion compared to $354 billon spent on gas and other fuels.

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Learn about Bubble Soccer on pg. 18!

Contact Us: Recreation Staff • Amy Hays, Recreation Superintendent • Josh Hoppe, Aquatics & Fitness Supervisor • Christine Eifert, Volunteers & Special Events • Abigail Heffern, Camps and Youth Programs • Vacant, Aquatics & Fitness Coordinator • Patrick Logel, Youth Sports, Adult Sports & Field Rentals • Linnsie McMahan, Sports and Concessions Coordinator • Connie Johnson, Recreation Services Specialist 

(636) 639-2087 (636) 639-2186 (636) 639-2085 (636) 639-2088 (636) 639-2093 (636) 639-2084 (636) 639-2086 (636) 639-2083

Park Operations Staff • Billy Roll, Parks Superintendent • Mike Barker, Maintenance Supervisor • Susan Maag, Horticulturist

(636) 639-2058 (636) 639-2090 (636) 639-2181

Administration • Mike Lueck, Parks and Recreation Director • Shelley Frank, Business Manager • Linda Ziolko, Recreation Clerk

(636) 639-2080 (636) 639-2081 (636) 639-2082

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City Parks and Recreation Offices: 968 Meyer Rd. | Wentzville, MO 63385 (636) 332-9236 or (636) 327-7665 Recreation Programs or Facility Rentals: fun@wentzvillemo.org Park Maintenance Questions: parksuser@wentzvillemo.org Volunteer Opportunities: volunteer@wentzvillemo.org

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fun@wentzvillemo.org

facebook.com/wentzville.parks

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(636) 322-6020 or http://bit.ly/rainouthotline

Want the latest announcements about City activities? Check out Wentzville Parks and Recreation online at www.wentzvillemo.org. Subscribe to pages that interest you by completing the “Get Notified” field. Parks and Recreation Department Vision Statement

To create and maintain unparalleled recreational opportunities and high quality parks or public spaces enhancing our quality of life, with exceptional service, programs and facilities for all who live, work and play in our community.

Parks and Recreation Department Mission Statement Our mission is to enhance community unity, health and open-space preservation through people, parks and programs.

Committed to the Benefits of Parks and Recreation

Inclement Weather Policy

In the event of inclement weather, it may be necessary to cancel a program or class. Please access the RAINOUT HOTLINE to check the status of your program.

• PHONE (636) 322-6020 • WEB bit.ly/rainouthotline • APP for iOS and Andriod users; search “Rainout Line”

We are committed to providing safe and inviting parks and facilities, meaningful and diverse recreational programs, cultural activities, and human services. Our staff is responsive, positive and ethical in their dedication to delivering: • Personal benefits that strengthen self-esteem, improve health and promote self-sufficiency. • Social benefits that bring families together and unite people within our diverse community. • Economic benefits that welcome new business relocation and expansion which leads to a more productive work force and increased tourism opportunities. • Environmental benefits that protect and preserve natural areas, open space and enhance air and water quality.

Your Satisfaction is Important!

We want to provide quality programs to all participants. If you are not satisfied with your program, please let us know. Contact staff at the community recreation center at (636) 332-9236 or fun@wentzvillemo.org.

Parks & Recreation Board

This volunteer advisory group to the Board of Aldermen, Mayor and Director of Parks and Recreation serves as a sounding board by holding public meetings and exercising influence throughout the City to improve and expand recreational opportunities. Members are appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Board of Aldermen for a three-year term. The Parks & Recreation Board meets at 6:30P on the first Monday of each month at Wentzville City Hall (310 W. Pearce Blvd.). The meetings are open to the public. Meeting agendas are provided on the City’s website at www.wentzvillemo.org.

Board Members and Staff Nick Guccione David Gipson 

Mayor City Administrator

Board of Aldermen (BoA) Bryan Harr  Robert Hussey  Brittany Gillett  Michael Rhoades  Matt Swanson  Linda Wright 

Ward 1 Ward 1 Ward 2 Ward 2 Ward 3 Ward 3

Wentzville Parks & Recreation Board Members Gloria Ehll (President) Ward 2 Eric Mathews Ward 3 Scott Mathys Ward 2 Peggy Meyer Ward 2 Maureen Murray-Barthelme Ward 2 Richard Porterfield Ward 1 Jeremy Pritchett Ward 2 Matt Swanson BoA Representative Corey Tucker Ward 1 Holly VanGundy (Vice President) Ward 2

Tree Board

Wentzville has been recognized for six consecutive years as a "Tree City USA" recipient. In the fall of 2014, Wentzville's Parks and Recreation Board created the Tree Board, which reviews the City's tree and landscape ordinances. The Tree Board currently consists of six members: Juergen Barthelme, Maureen Murray-Barthelme, Deb Keller, Peggy Meyer, Danny Moncheski, Scott Skopec and J.J. Suftko. If you are interested in serving on the Tree Board, please contact Wentzville Parks and Recreation at (636) 332-9236. Check out pg. 15 for Tree Board programs. Please visit www.wentzvillemo.org for details on classes, news on native species, memorial trees and more.

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Resident and Nonresident Definitions Wentzville residents are those living within the city limits of the City of Wentzville. City limits and Post Office boundaries are not the same, so it’s possible to have a Wentzville address yet live outside the city. A Household Annual Pass consists of two adults and three children, 22 years of age or younger, living in the same household. Additional children may be added to a membership for $25 per child (for residents) or $35 per child (for nonresidents).

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Ages 9 and under must be accompanied by an adult ages 16+.

Facility Closures and Modified Facility Schedules

On these days, all indoor parks and recreation facilities will be closed and no classes or programs will be held: NEW YEAR'S DAY SUPER BOWL SUNDAY (Closes at 3P) EASTER SUNDAY

Splash Station Aquatic Center Monday-Friday Noon – 6:30P Saturday-Sunday 11A – 7P

INDEPENDENCE DAY (Closed indoors) THANKSGIVING DAY CHRISTMAS EVE (Closes at 3P)

CHRISTMAS DAY NEW YEAR'S EVE (Closes at 6P)

All hours are subject to change after publication. For questions, please call (636) 332-9236. Please note: The indoor facilities at Progress Park will be closed SEP 5-10, 2017, for facility maintenance. *During pool season, Progress Park Recreation Center will open at 11A on Sundays.

Resident Card* Information Resident Cards enable Wentzville residents to access recreation facilities, recreation programs and classes at discounted resident prices. Cards can be purchased at Progress Park (968 Meyer Rd.) for $5 per person. Each resident, ages 2 and up, must have a resident card in order to access the facilities at the resident rate. The resident card offers the following benefits: • Early registration for programs (before nonresidents) • One-time free admission to one Parks and Recreation facility • Free trees or seedlings at the annual Arbor Day Tree Giveaway (while supplies last) • Reduced rates when reserving City facilities • Reduced rates on annual passes and daily admission • Discounts on many City-sponsored recreation programs and classes To obtain a Wentzville Resident Card, you must present both proof of identity and proof of residency. Acceptable forms of ID, which MUST** show your current Wentzville address, include: • State-issued Driver’s License • Missouri ID Card • College Student ID Card • Military ID Card

* Resident Cards must be shown to obtain resident rates.

In addition, residents need one of the following with the same address as the photo ID: • An unpaid utility bill • A personal check with preprinted name and address • A current auto or voter registration • A current personal property tax statement • The most recent income tax statement • A current rental lease agreement

** If your photo ID does not show your current Wentzville address, you must provide two items with proof of address and your photo ID.

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Memorial Tree and Bench Program You can honor your loved ones within our park system. Legacy trees and memorial benches provide a lasting way to pay tribute to a loved one or friend. You may also provide a donation to be used for park and recreation purposes. For further information, please contact Linda Ziolko at (636) 639-2082 or by email at Linda.Ziolko@wentzvillemo.org.

Walk on! Older adults engage in over 3.5 times more physical activity in parks with walking loops.

We need your help! Vandalism in your park system is a serious, unnecessary and costly problem. Each year, the City spends thousands of tax dollars to remove graffiti and repair damage done by vandals. We would much rather use your funding to enhance and beautify the parks! If you have a cell phone with you or live adjacent to a park, you can help us out with “PARK WATCH” program. If you see anyone acting suspicious, damaging property, driving on the grass or defacing playground equipment, please report it by calling the Wentzville Police Department at (636) 327-5105. THANK YOU!

Wentzville CERT CERT or Community Emergency Response Team, is a program in which the Wentzville Police Department partners with the Wentzville Fire Department and the Wentzville Emergency Management Office. Wentzville CERT meets every other month at the Wentzville Police Department and offers free training opportunities to the public. Participants receive training in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. After training, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhoods or workplaces following an event when professional responders are not immediately available. Registration is recommended to ensure enough space for all participants; please email Wentzville CERT at wentvillecert@aol.com (please note: there is no “z”).

Did You Knows? Wentzville Parks and Recreation aims to keep our residents educated and informed. To that end we have included "Did You Know" blurbs (like the one at the top of this page) throughout each issue. Flip through the Fun Times brochure to learn more. Did You Know? References. Pg. 2: Outdoor Industry Association, 2013. Pg. 6: Cohen, D.A., Han, B., Evenson, K.R., Nagel, C., McKenzie, T.L., Marsh, T., Williamson, S., Harnik, P. (2017). The Prevealence and Use of Walking Loops in Neighborhood Parks: A national Study. Environmental Health Perspectives, 125 (2), 170-174. Pg. 8: a. Mowen, J.j., Barrett, A.G., Graefe, A.R., Kraschnewski, J.L. Sciamanna, C.n. (2017) “Take in tow parks and call me in the morning” – Perception of parks as an essential component of our healthcare system. Preventive Medicine Reports, 6, 63-65. Pg. 15: Center for Urban Forest Research. Pg. 25: www.answers.com.

Whether it is a family outing, corporate picnic, wedding or other special event, we make it easy for you to host your event. We have fields, facilities, pavilions and more to meet your needs. Reservations are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Call the Reservation Line at (636) 639-2083 to speak with an associate regarding rental arrangements. To learn more, please visit bit.ly/WentzvilleRentals.

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Payment and Returned Checks Full payment is required at the time of registration, unless otherwise noted. A 2% surcharge will be added to all credit/debit card payments. A $15 charge will be applied for returned checks. • Walk-In: Visit the Progress Park Recreation Center, located at 968 Meyer Rd., to pay by cash, check, American Express, Discover, Visa or MasterCard. •

Phone: Call (636) 332-9236 or (636) 327-7665 to pay by American Express, Discover, Visa or MasterCard.

Online: Visit www.wentzvillemo.org to pay by American Express, Discover, Visa or MasterCard.

Rainout Hotline In the event of inclement weather, it may be necessary to cancel a program or class. Please access the RAINOUT HOTLINE to check the status of your program.

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PHONE (636) 322-6020 WEB http://bit.ly/rainouthotline APP for iOS and Andriod users; search “Rainout Line”

Hold Harmless When registering over the phone or online it is presumed that you agree to the following Hold Harmless Statement: I agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the City of Wentzville, Wentzville Parks and Recreation, its agents, servants and employees from and against any and all liability, actions, causes of actions, claims, demands for suits whatsoever resulting from or arising out of personal injuries, loss of, or damage to property, or involving any impairment of, or damage to any right because of or in any way related to the City resulting from my participation in this activity or rental.

Photos & Videos The City of Wentzville may take photos and/or videos of enrolled program participants. These photos/videos are for City use only and may be used in future brochures, on the City of Wentzville website, on social media pages, in fliers or on displays. If you do not want yourself or your child photographed/filmed, please notify the administration office in writing in advance of the program starting. Refund Guidelines: • A full (100%) refund/credit/transfer will be given if Wentzville Parks & Recreation cancels the program or rental. • If the participant withdraws from the program before the first class/game*, the department must receive a request and a full refund will be given, less a $10 administrative fee**. • *No refunds will be issued for adult leagues after the registration deadline. • Refunds for medical reasons requested prior to the start date of program will be granted a full refund** subject to verification. • If the participant withdraws from the program any time after the first class/game, the department requires a request and a prorated refund will be given, less a $10 administrative fee**. No refunds will be issued after the program/session is half over. • **All youth league refunds will be less the cost of uniforms. • A credit may be applied to participant’s account instead of a refund. Credit can be used on future programs. A credit may be used by any member on the same household account. • An administrative cancellation fee of $10 or 10% of the reservation fee, whichever is greater, will apply to all rentals canceled up to two weeks before the event. Cancellations requested less than two weeks from the date of the activity will be charged 50% of the reservation fee. WENTZVILLE PARKS AND RECREATION GIFT CARDS MAKE GREAT GIFTS! Gift cards can be purchased for classes and for annual passes to any facility in the Wentzville Parks and Recreation system. For more information, please call (636) 332-9236.

Nondiscrimination Policy The City of Wentzville does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability in employment opportunities or the provision of services, programs or activities. A participant alleging discrimination on the basis of any of the aforementioned areas may file a complaint with either the Director of the Wentzville Parks and Recreation Department or the Office of Equal Opportunity, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 20240.

WE P.L.A.Y. Scholarship

Register Early for Programs All programs must meet minimum enrollment in order to be offered. If there are not enough registrants, a course must be canceled. Unless otherwise noted, all registrations must be received a minimum of one week prior to the start of the first class. Parks and Recreation reserves the right to cancel, postpone, combine classes or change instructors as needed. If a class is canceled due to lack of enrollment, registered class participants will be notified of an alternate class or program if one is available, or a full refund check or credit slip will be processed within four weeks.

Who is eligible? City of Wentzville residents who are experiencing financial difficulty or who are in a unique hardship situation may apply.

How does the program work? Children residing within the city limits and who qualify through the established guidelines of free lunch program utilized by the Wentzville and Fort Zumwalt school districts are eligible to apply. Children who do not receive the reduced or free lunch program may still qualify and are encouraged to apply, if assistance is needed. Children ages 17 and under are eligible to receive one program scholarship per brochure with a maximum of three per year.

Accommodation Policy We offer medical reasonable accommodations to enable an individual’s successful participation in our programs and services. To ensure a medically safe and appropriately planned program, please provide any special needs or precautions which may require medical accommodations for participation; once the registration has been processed, a staff member will call the registrant to obtain additional information. For more information about these services, please call the Recreation Superintendent, Amy Hays, at (636) 332-9236.

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(Wentzville Residents Only)

The WE P.L.A.Y. Scholarship program (or WEntzville Providing Leisure Assistance for Youth) is designed to provide youth access to the recreation and leisure activities of their choice ― regardless of their ability to pay. Discounted annual passes may be available. Please call the Parks and Recreation Department at (636) 3329236 for more information.

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Be a part of Wentzville's Fall Citywide Yard Sale on Friday, SEP 29 and Saturday, SEP 30! Now you can pass your treasures on to someone else. For $6 you can list your sale in our yard sale booklet. Deadline to list a sale is SEP 25. Then, beginning Wednesday, SEP 27, shoppers may purchase a booklet — complete with a map — at City Hall, Progress Park or the Utility Service Center drivethru for only $2.

Fall Citywide Yard Sale Friday, SEP 29 & Saturday, SEP 30

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Family Ghoulish Party & Movie Spooktacular (All ages)

Put on your costumes and head over to the brand-new Station 1 Firehouse on Luetkenhaus Blvd at 5:30P on OCT 28 for the always popular Family Ghoulish Party AND Movie Spooktacular! This event is sponsored by the Wentzville Firefighters Community Outreach and Wentzville Parks and Recreation Department. Every child (14 and under) will receive their own pumpkin! All who preregister will receive a hot dog, bag of chips and drink. Families will be able to enjoy games, activities, the Bubble Bus, a costume contest at 6:30P, a hay maze and give-a-ways. Then, at 7P, grab your blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy "The Goonies" on the big screen! *Each person must pay to enter; cost for day of event will be $7/10. (Min 35/Max 300)

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Sleigh Hayrides

Book a wintertime, tractor-pulled hayride through beautiful Rotary Park to tour the breathtaking Holiday Night Lights. *Rides are available on Mondays and Wednesdays at 6P, 6:45P, 7:30P, 8:15P and 9P. (Except Monday, DEC 4). Sleigh Hay Rides are perfect for scouts, church groups, picnics, company parties or family/ neighborhood get-togethers. Sip hot chocolate, munch on cookies and listen to holiday music while sitting around the bonfire. The hayride will hold a maximum of 25 people, including lap children. Rides are scheduled on a first-come, firstserved basis. You must register ahead of time. A two-week notice is required; no refunds will be given, unless the display is closed. You can pay ahead of time for an additional lap around the park with your group for an extra $25. M/W 6P* VARIOUS DATES RP 1 SESSION $125/140

Holiday Night Lights Walk-Thru | DEC 4 from 5-8P

Halloween Window Decorating (3rd-6th Graders)

The Wentzville Downtown Business Association and the Wentzville Parks and Recreation Department have teamed up again for the annual Halloween Window Decorating Contest. Paints are supplied; however, participants must bring their own brushes. Downtown Wentzville window locations will be assigned when paints are picked up. Applications are due: OCT 16. Paint pickup is OCT. 19 and 20. Painting will take place OCT 21 and 22, and judging will happen Monday, OCT 23. First, second, and third place certificates will be awarded. (Max 20) Course code: 304010-A1.

This walk-thru event allows participants to enjoy the Holiday Night Lights display at a slower, more intimate pace. Attendees will stroll through the one-mile light display, experiencing enchanted scenes, twinkling lights and holiday-themed music. After walking the illuminated route, participants will enjoy: refreshments, photo booth fun, beautifully decorated Christmas trees on display and a photo with Santa. Decorated trees are donated by local businesses and organizations. To donate a tree from your business or organization, please call (636) 639-2085. Cost is $3 in advance and $5 at the door, per person. Inclement weather date: DEC 5.

Holiday Night Lights Drive-Thru | 5:30-9:30P

The annual Wentzville Holiday Night Lights display at Rotary Park opens on Friday, NOV 24 for the holiday season. Enjoy a one-mile light display that features large illuminated commercial scenes and tunnels of twinkling lights. This holiday display is a great way to experience the magic and joy of a winter wonderland close to home. Drive-thru admission is only $8 for vehicles holding up to six passengers; $1 per additional person after the sixth. On Saturday evenings (ONLY) at the Kolb Building, you can enjoy a visit with Santa and see beautifully decorated trees on display from various businesses and organizations. SEE SCHEDULE BELOW.

Tree Lighting & Christmas Parade

The annual Tree Lighting will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, DEC 3. The tree is located at the intersection of Pearce and Luetkenhaus boulevards, in an area of land across from Pete’s Drive-In. Gathering for the tree lighting will begin at 5:30P with holiday musical entertainment to kick off the festivities. Mayor Nick Guccione will officially light the tree, just prior to the start of the Annual Christmas Parade. The Parade will begin at Budget Towing on Luetkenhaus Boulevard, travel south on Luetkenhaus Boulevard, then head west on Pearce Boulevard, ending at the Wentzville firehouse (209 W. Pearce Blvd.). At the firehouse, following the Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday parade, attendees can enjoy cookies, candy canes, hot chocolate and a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus. The display is open 5:30-9:30P on the dates in RED. NOV 24-DEC 10, the SU 5:30P DEC 3 OS 1 DAY display is open Thursday through Sunday only; beginning DEC 14, the

Bingo with Santa (All Ages)

Join Santa for lunch and bingo! Lunch will be pizza, salad, cookies and punch. Everyone is welcome to snap a photo of Santa after lunch, with bingo following immediately after. There will be gifts for every round won, and there will be several games of bingo played! Including four corners, diagonal, traditional and coverall! Everyone attending must register. (Min 40/Max 100)

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Buddy the Elf

Between NOV 27 and DEC 18, be on the lookout for Buddy, the life-sized elf, at one of Wentzville’s parks and/or City buildings. Buddy will move to a new location every few days. Buddy will post pictures and/or clues about his location on Wentzville’s Parks and Recreation Facebook page (www.facebook.com/wentzvilleparks).

Simply find Buddy, take creative pictures and send them to fun@wentzvillemo.org. First-, second- and third-place prizes will be awarded for the most creative photos with Buddy, on DEC 21. This contest is open to both residents and nonresidents; enter as often as you like. Buddy is one-of-a-kind, so remember to be nice to him or Santa will know. Every family that enters will receive a prize. All photos must be submitted by DEC 20. Photos become property of the City of Wentzville.

2018 Aquatic Season Passes Jump into savings with our extended

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* Pricing on this page reflects a 25% discount off 2018 aquatic season pass prices; only applicable to aquatic season passes.

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Residents $88.50 Individual $132.75 Household $73.50 Senior Individual $110.25 Senior Household Nonresidents $118.50 Individual $177.75 Household $99 Senior Individual $147.75 Senior Household

Nonresident registration opens SEP 1.

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Test Your 80s Knowledge!

TRIVIA

NIGHT

BENEFITTING

Unlimited Play, “Jake’s Field of Dreams” and Friends of the Wentzville Parks (FOTWP). FOTWP is a 501 (c) (3), which provides WE P.L.A.Y. scholarships to Wentzville’s youth.

NOV 18 at 7P Doors open at 6:30P Trivia starts at 7P

Wentzville Community Club 500 W. Main St.

PRIZES FOR:

Best Costume Best Table Decoration

$160

per table $25/individual 12 12

Resident Residentregistration registrationnow nowopen. open.

QUESTIONS?

Want to sponsor the event or provide an auction item? Please call (636) 639-2169 or email info@fotwp.org (636) (636) 332-9236 332-9236 || www.wentzvillemo.org www.wentzvillemo.org (636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


Crossroads Arts Council has been busy at work planning a mural for Wentzville’s Splash Station Aquatic Park. The facility opened in the summer of 2014, and since its opening date has had more than 175,000 visits to utilize its amenities. The Crossroads Arts Council has selected this facility as one of its first projects to bring community art to the City. This facility will become even more enjoyable when the community comes together to create a beautiful mosaic in the center of the facility. Here's a look at the mosaic that's currently being created. To learn more about the Crossroads Art Council and the mosaic project, please visit www.crossroadsartscouncil.org.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

Nonresident registration opens SEP 1. 1.

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Unless otherwise noted, each session is 55 minutes in length, and is for ages 16 and up. Preregistration is required for all programs; and registration closes one week in advance.

Power Yoga (Ages 16+)

This power vinyasa yoga class focuses on the foundations of power yoga, body alignment, physical conditioning and mindfulness. This class is excellent for all fitness levels. No specific yoga ability is required to participate, just the desire to get a great workout through a challenging and fun yoga flow. (Min 6/Max 25)

TH TH TH TH TH TH

8A 6:45P 8A 6:45P 8A 6:45P

SEP 21 SEP 21 NOV 9 NOV 9 JAN 11 JAN 11

PPC PPC PPC PPC PPC PPC

303047-A1 303047-B1 303047-A2 303047-B2 103047-A1 103047-B1

6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS

$35/45 $35/45 $35/45 $35/45 $35/45 $35/45

Zumba (Ages 16+)

Come get a great workout in! With heart-pounding Latin rhythms and easyto-follow moves you will forget you are exercising and think you are at a dance party. The music selections are fast and slow to help tone and sculpt the body. (Min 7/Max 25)

M/W M/W M/W

7:15P 7:15P 7:15P

SEP 18 NOV 6 JAN 8

PPC PPC PPC

303005-A1 303005-A2 103005-A1

6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS

$52/62 $52/62 $52/62

Powerworx 101 (Ages 16+)

Powerworx 101 is a muscle toning class for all ages. Whether you are just beginning on your path of fitness, need a smooth transition over to higher intensity classes, or just prefer a well-rounded workout with a steadier pace, this class is for you! Using a variety of fitness equipment, you will be motivated and encouraged to succeed! (Min 5/Max 25) TU/TH 9A SEP 19 PPC 303042-A1 6 WKS $52/62 TU/TH 9A NOV 14 PPC 303042-A2 6 WKS $52/62 TU/TH 9A JAN 9 PPC 103042-A1 6 WKS $52/62

Yoga (Ages 16+)

Bring more harmony into your life and reduce stress in mind and body. This class will increase your flexibility, strength and well-being using yoga postures, meditation and breathing. (Min 6/Max 25)

TU/TH TU/TH TU/TH

6:20P 6:20P 6:20P

OCT 3 NOV 14 JAN 9

PPC PPC PPC

303001-A1 303001-A2 103001-A1

4 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS

$35/45 $52/62 $52/62

Saturday Morning Boot Camp (Ages 16+)

Whether you’re a beginner, an avid fitness enthusiast or you’re just looking to expand your fitness horizon — you can achieve great results with our Saturday Morning Boot Camp. A typical class will consist of cardiovascular work, speed and endurance training, partner resistance, strength training with dumbbells, body bars, kettle bells, medicine ball drills and plyometrics! Participants can expect to gain strength, tone up, build muscle, improve cardiovascular endurance and lose weight during this six-week class! No class in the November session on NOV 25 or DEC 2. (Min 6/Max 25)

SA SA SA

7A 7A 7A

SEP 23 NOV 11 JAN 13

PPC PPC PPC

303011-A1 303011-A2 103011-A1

6 WKS 5 WKS 6 WKS

$35/45 $29/37 $35/45

Yoga in the Park (Ages 16+)

Come relax outdoors. Enjoy FREE yoga at Heartland Park. The class will meet at the pavilion by the lake. You must preregister.

SA SA

9A 9A

14

AUG 12 SEP 16

HP HP

203039-A4 303039-A1

1 DAY 1 DAY

FREE FREE

Resident registration now open.

Senior Fitness (Ages 40+)

Enjoy a blend of cardio, strength, balance and flexibility performance in everyday activities. (Min 6/Max 25) TU 7:30A SEP 19 PPC 303056-A1 TU 7:30A NOV 14 PPC 303056-A2 TU 7:30A JAN 9 PPC 103056-A1

exercises to optimize

6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS

$35/45 $35/45 $35/45

Midweek Bootcamp (Ages 16+)

Whether you’re a beginner, an avid fitness enthusiast or you’re just looking to expand your fitness horizon — you can achieve your ultimate fitness goal with Midweek Bootcamp. In this class, you will get a well-rounded cardiovascular workout, while toning up your whole body! Participants can expect to gain strength, tone up, build muscle, improve cardiovascular endurance and lose weight during this class! (Min 6/Max 25) W 8:15P SEP 20 PPC 303032-A1 6 WKS $35/45 W 8:15P NOV 8 PPC 303032-A2 6 WKS $35/45 W 8:15P JAN 10 PPC 103032-A1 6 WKS $35/45

Dance2Fit (Ages 16+)

Dance2fit is a fun, energetic, high-intensity, full-body workout. We use various types of popular hip-hop and pop music to create a rewarding workout. Dance2Fit mixes aerobic dancing with fitness (squats, kick boxing, abs, etc.). This will help you burn the most calories, while toning your body at the same time. Whether your goal is to simply lose weight, gain muscle or have a healthier lifestyle — Dance2Fit is tailored to reach your goals. (Min 5/Max 20)

TU/TH TU/TH TU/TH

7:30P 7:30P 7:30P

SEP 19 NOV 7 JAN 9

PPC PPC PPC

303058-A1 303058-A2 103058-A1

6 WKS 6WKS 6WKS

$52/62 $52/62 $52/62

Personal Training (*Ages 14+)

Trainers will work with individuals to develop a fitness routine, as well as a healthy lifestyle and overall wellness. With both 30- and 45-minute options, this training is sure to fit into your busy schedule. Personal trainers will work with you to set appointments around your availability. 45-MIN SESSIONS 30-MIN SESSIONS 3 pack $90/105 1 pack $43/48 6 pack $180/210 3 pack $117/132 12 pack $360/420 6 pack $210/240 12 pack $420/480

Partner and Group Training (*Ages 14+)

Partner and Group Training is great for couples, friends, coworkers or family members wanting to get in shape together in a fun, personalized environment. Packages are available in 45-minute sessions. Price is per person. Partner Sessions are for two clients, while Group Sessions are for four clients. PARTNER SESSIONS GROUP SESSIONS (per person) (per person) Single $35 Single $25 3 Pack $90 3 pack $65 6 Pack $180 6 pack $120 12 Pack $360 12 pack $230 *NOTE: A one-time orientation is required for 14-15 year olds who want to use the Recreation Center's weight room; orientation cost is $35/40.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


Autumn Tree Walk (All Ages)

Experience fall in Wentzville! Join Wentzville Tree Board members for a leisurely walk around Rotary Park. Guest speaker, Danny Moncheski, Community Forester from the Missouri Department of Conservation, will lead the discussion about the native trees located in Rotary. Please meet at the small parking lot just inside the main park entrance (near the water tower). Wear appropriate attire for easy hiking and weather conditions. The walk will last around one-and-a-half hours. (Max 15)

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10A

OCT 21

RP

302026-A1

1 DAY

FREE

Brought to you by the Wentzville Tree Board

Take Back Your Native Plants! Wentzville's Tree Board Aims to Help Residents Control Bush Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle Attack Day (Ages 11+)

Invasive bush honeysuckle is a problem for homeowners and native habitats alike. Late fall is the best time to attack it because it remains green after native vegetation has gone dormant. Birds eat the berries and spread the seeds, but the non-native berries offer poor nutrition for birds. Join Tree Board members on Saturday, Nov. 4, as they work to rid Wentzville of these pesky plants. During this two-hour event attendees are asked to wear longsleeved shirts, jeans and close-toed shoes. Please bring work/garden gloves, safety glasses, and pruners, loppers and limb saws (if you have them). A limited supply of tools will be available for use. Attendees ages 11-18, must have one adult for every five kids. Register by OCT 15. (Max 100)

SA

9A

NOV 4

PP

302026-B1

1 DAY

FREE

Breathe easy. One hundred mature park trees remove 53 tons of carbon dioxide and about 430 pounds of other air pollutants annually. (636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

Nonresident registration opens SEP 1.

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Recycle More. Trash Less. CHALLENGE Ad

Friends of the Wentzville Parks Supports Our Community Friends of the Wentzville Parks (FOTWP) is a nonprofit, 501 (c)(3) foundation, which works with public and private partners to supplement and support the City of Wentzville Parks & Recreation Department’s programs, services and capital projects; particularly those that help children, at-risk youth, seniors and the disabled. The foundation is dedicated to preserving, enriching and maintaining cultural, environmental, and recreational facilities and programs in our community.

While the foundation has had limited volunteers and board members, they have been able to accomplish great things. Since the inception of the foundation, FOTWP has contributed and committed more than $80,000 in community support. Some of the projects and commitments include: • Jake’s Field of Dreams Inclusive Playground ($30,000) • WE P.L.A.Y. Scholarship Fund ($15,089) • Angel Moms Memorial Garden ($1,500) • Progress Park Batting Cage ($5,000) • Storybook Walk at Heartland Park ($1,357) • Easter EGGstravaganza at Rotary Park ($4,700)

• Outdoor Basketball Court at Progress Park ($5,000) • Park Improvements (benches, trees, plants, etc.) ($3,795) • Holiday Night Lights at Rotary Park ($1,000) • “Back to School Fair” with Wentzville School District ($1,247) • Joplin Tornado Relief ($1,000) • Steps from upper to lower parking lot at Progress Park ($6,652)

Becoming a “friend” of the Wentzville Parks, means you can be an informed and involved patron in recreation activities and parks in the Wentzville community. Members will have the opportunity to advocate for any parks and recreation issues that they feel passionate about. FOTWP works with companies, both large and small, other nonprofits, community groups, sponsors, partners, and individuals. With more than 300 acres of parks and incredible resources, FOTWP seeks support for systemwide projects and looks to create partnerships that benefit a single park or meet a specific need. Consider becoming a FOTWP member today! To learn more, visit www.fotwp.org or call (636) 639-2169.

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Resident registration now open.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


Party in the Park Host your child's next party at Progress Park! The birthday child can choose from many themes offered (sports, little chef, let's get messy, superhero, ocean, princess, Hawaiian and Jurassic).

Our staff will do all the work so you can celebrate with your child and friends. After the one-hour program, 45-minutes is available for cake and presents (cupcakes are included). Pizza options are available when booking your party. Dates dependent upon availability. To book your party, please call (636) 3329236. Pricing: $165 (residents)/$180 (nonresidents). The price includes 10 guests, additional guests are $10 each. Want to add a pizza to your party? Add a large pizza for $10 each.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

registration opens opens SEP SEP 1. 1. Nonresident registration

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Adult leagues and tournaments are for ages 18 and up. Preregistration is required for all programs.

Tennis Lessons (Outdoor)

This four-session program is an introduction to the game of tennis. Participants will engage in a series of active instructional lessons that will lead to supervised play. The lessons provide instruction and emphasize the fun, social aspect of tennis. Tennis balls will be provided, but participants must have their own racquet. Participants must register one week before the first class. (Min 5/Max 20) SA 8A SEP 9 LH 307026-A1 4 WKS $75/85

Men's Double-Header Softball League (Thursdays)

Gentlemen, get your teams together for our recreational softball league. Governed by USSSA and house rules. This league consists of 12 games over six weeks. T-shirts will be awarded to the first-place team. Entry fees include a new softball for each game, USSSA fees and two umpires for each game. Register your team by SEP 4. (Min 4/Max 16)

TH

6:30P

SEP 14

ML

307017-A1

6 WKS

$490

Men's Double-Header Softball League (Fridays)

Gentlemen, get your teams together for our recreational softball league. Governed by USSSA and house rules. This league consists of 12 games over six weeks. T-shirts will be awarded to the first-place team. Entry fees include a new softball for each game, USSSA fees and one umpire for each game. Register your team by SEP 4. (Min 4/Max 16) F 6:30P SEP 15 ML 307017-B1 6 WKS $490

Co-Rec Double-Header Softball League

Get a team of men and women together and join this fun, recreational softball league. Governed by USSSA and house softball rules. League will consist of 12 games over six weeks. T-shirts awarded for first-place team. Entry fee includes a new ball for each game, USSSA fees and one umpire for each game. Register your team by SEP 7. (Min 4/Max 16) SU 2P SEP 17 ML 307012-A1 6 WKS $490

Co-Rec Volleyball League

This co-rec volleyball league is for all skill levels. Teams will play six matches at Progress Park Gym, followed by a single-elimination tournament. Winners of the league will receive championship T-shirts. Matches will be played on Sunday afternoons as early as 2P. Register your team by SEP 9 for the SEP 17 league, OCT 21 for the OCT 29 league and JAN 13 for the JAN 21 league. (Min 4/Max 12)

SU SU SU

2P 2P 2P

SEP 17 OCT 29 JAN 21

GYM GYM GYM

307008-A1 307008-A2 107008-A1

7 WKS 7 WKS 7 WKS

$240 $240 $240

Women’s Volleyball League

This is a Tuesday-night league for all skill levels. The league is governed by USA Volleyball and house rules. Each team will play six matches along with the top four teams playing in a single-elimination tournament at the end of the season. League winners will receive championship T-shirts. You must register your team by SEP 4 for the SEP 12 league, OCT 30 for the NOV 7 league and JAN 15 for the JAN 23 league. (Min 4/Max 6)

TU TU TU

6P 6P 6P

SEP 12 NOV 7 JAN 23

GYM GYM GYM

307009-A1 307009-A2 107009-A1

7 WKS 7 WKS 7 WKS

$240 $240 $240

Pickleball Open Gym

Join us every Monday (9A-noon), Wednesday (9A-noon) and Friday (10A-noon) for open gym pickleball. Limited equipment is available. *Daily usage fees apply. Pickleball Open Gym will resume on SEP 11.

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Resident registration now open.

Bubble Soccer is the recreation or sport of playing soccer, while encased in an inflated ball that covers the player's upper body and head. Come join the fun! Co-Rec Bubble Soccer Tournament (Outdoors)

This 4 v 4 tournament will be pool play. Each team will be guaranteed a minimum of two games. Games consist of 15 minute halves, with a five-minute halftime. You must register your team by SEP 7. (Min 3/Max4). F 6:30P SEP 15 HP 307023-A1 1 DAY $100

Late-Night Co-Rec Bubble Soccer Tournament (Indoors)

This 4v4 tournament will be pool play. Each team will be guaranteed two games. Games consist of seven-minute quarters, with a five-minute halftime. Games will be at 8P, 8:45P and 9:30P. You must register your team by OCT 12. (Min 3/Max 3) F 8P OCT 20 GYM 307023-B1 1 DAY $100

Late-Night Co-Rec Bubble Soccer League (Indoors)

In this 4v4 league, each team will play six matches. League winners will receive championship T-shirts. Each game consists of seven-minute quarters, with a fiveminute halftime. Games will be at 8P and 9P at the Progress Park Rec Center. You must register your team by OCT 26 (Min 3/Max 4)

F

8P

NOV 3

GYM

307023-C1

6 WKS

$300

Bubble Soccer Rentals

We have eight bubble balls available to rent for your next Party in the Park! Bubble Soccer is the recreation or sport of playing soccer, while encased in an inflated ball that covers the player's upper-body and head. The game can be played indoors at the Progress Park Gym or outdoors on the turf at Heartland Park. For pricing and more information on bubble soccer equipment rentals, please call (636) 332-9236.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


SHOOT OUT

Free-Throw Shootout

Be crowned the first-ever Wentzville Free Throw Champion! Each participant will shoot 25 free throws. The top three shooters will advance to the second round and shoot 10 free throws. The final round will include the top two shooters shooting 10 free throws. The winner will receive a new basketball. You must register by DEC 4. (Min 5/ Max 20)

M

6:30P

DEC 11

GYM

307025-A2

1 DAY

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

$5

Three-Point Shootout

Be crowned the first-ever Wentzville Three-Point Shootout Champion! Each participant will shoot five shots at five different three-point stations for a total of 25 shots per round. The top three shooters will advance to the second round. The final round will include the top two shooters. The winner will receive a new basketball. You must register by DEC 6. (Min 5/ Max 20)

W

6:30P

DEC 13

GYM

307025-A1

1 DAY

registration opens opens SEP SEP 1. 1. Nonresident registration

$5

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Snowman Pallet Craft (16+)

The classes in the section below are brought to you by the Crossroads Art Council. To learn more, please visit www.facebook.com/CrossroadsArtsCouncil. Unless otherwise noted, each class is one-hour long.

Looking for a unique decoration? We have the craft for you! Please join us at Progress Park to make a Snowman Pallet Craft. The pallet will be pre-assembled, all you have to do is put your artistic twist on it to make it your very own decoration. (Min 6/Max12)

Mixed Media Collage Art (18+)

It’s easy to create an exciting personalized painting/collage. Canvas, paint and a beautiful assortment of art papers and antique buttons will be provided. Bring some favorite photographs, old post cards and jewelry, fun, small objects, beads , etc. … whatever you prefer to be a part of your art piece. Your finished art piece is guaranteed to be vibrant, textured, and, most importantly, it will “tell your story!” This program will be held for two hours on NOV 13 and 20. (Min 6/Max 15)

M

6P

NOV 13

CR

302019-A1

2 DAYS

$22/26

Handmade Ceramic Ornaments (16+)

In this class, each participant will make a set of handmade ornaments out of porcelain and glaze them. Materials will be provided during this two-hour class. (Min 6/Max 12)

TH

10A

DEC 7

CR

302019-B2

1 DAY

TH

6:30P

NOV 16

CR

302028-A1

1 DAY

$16/20

Spirit of Christmas Dinner (40+)

Catch the spirit of Christmas! Participants will enjoy dinner from Pete's DriveIn served by the Parks and Recreation Department staff and volunteers. Enjoy a delightful evening with music, dancing, door prizes and even a visit from Santa himself! Reserve a table of eight or 10 and save. Dinner includes: dinner roll, salad, chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans and dessert. Save when you reserve a table of eight for $110 or a table of 10 for $135. (Min 50/Max 100).

F

5:30P

DEC 1

PPC

308006-A1

1 DAY

$15/18

$30/35

Speak Up & Promote Your Work (16+)

For writers and artists who are unsure about how to present themselves and their work to the public, this two-night course will provide tips and examples for anyone who wishes to improve their public presentation skills. Participants will learn how to begin and end a presentation, create an outline and develop content, and connect with an audience. This program will be held for two hours each night on SEP 26 and OCT 3. (Min 6/Max 12)

TU

6:30P

SEP 26

CR

302021-A1

2 DAYS

$45/50 Unless otherwise noted, preregistration is required for all programs and registration closes one week in advance.

Day Trip: Jefferson City (40+)

Day Trip: Josephine’s Tea Room & Gifts (40+)

Day Trip: Wineries (40+)

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Join us as we take a road trip to our state capital, Jefferson City. During our visit we will see the Missouri State Penitentiary and State Capitol building. We will have lunch at Prison Brews and grab ice cream at Central Dairy. The trip includes transportation, lunch and ice cream. (Min 30/Max 50) TH 9A SEP 14 PP 308010-A1 1 DAY $85/95

Ready for some wine tasting? Join us as we head to Augusta, Missouri, located above the Missouri River Valley, to visit our local wineries. We will make stops at Chandler Hill Vineyards, Sugar Creek Winery and Augusta Winery. The trip includes transportation, lunch at the winery and two wine tastings. (Min 30/Max 50)

W

10:30A OCT 25

PP

308010-B1

1 DAY

$58/68

Josephine’s Tea Room & Gifts Shops opened in 1979 in Godfrey, Illinois. The gift shops are located in the original house that once was part of Monticello College, which was founded in 1838. After lunch and shopping we will head over to the Alton Museum of History and Art. The museum was founded in 1971 to preserve the great heritage of the community. The trip includes transportation, lunch and admission into the art museum. (Min 30/Max 50)

Resident registration now open.

NOV 15

PP

308010-C1

1 DAY

$65/75

Day Trip: Christmas Lights Tour (40+)

This adventure will take you to Our Lady of the Snows to see the annual Way of Lights Christmas display that illuminates the grounds in Illinois. We will start the evening with a dinner buffet and then see the Tree Room, holiday wreaths and visit the gift shop. We will then make our way back to drive through Tilles Park. We will find thousands of beautiful holiday lights and animated displays. The trip includes transportation, dinner buffet and admission into Tilles Park. (Min 30/Max 50)

TH

20

10A

4P

DEC 7

PP

308010-D1

1 DAY

$60/70

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


New Transportation Option for Wentzville's Senior Residents Wentzville’s Mayor and Board of Aldermen have approved a new partnership with ITNStCharles now ITNGateway, which offers transportation for senior citizens (ages 60 and older) and adults with visual impairments. The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for any transportation needs within St. Charles County. Rides are available to any destination within the service area, with no limits on ride purpose. Rides are provided in private vehicles by trained drivers. There is an annual fee of $50 to sign up, but after just three rides (which must be taken within a year of registering), the City of Wentzville will reimburse eligible residents for the entire $50 fee. The resident is responsible for the cost of the rides, which is comparable to other ride service options. To be eligible for the annual fee reimbursement, you must be a Wentzville resident. After eligible residents have completed three separate days of rides (within one year of registering), ITNGateway invoices can be submitted to City Hall for reimbursement of the $50 annual fee. For additional information or to verify your residency, please call City Hall at (636) 327-5101. To learn more about ITNGateway, please visit www.itngateway.org or call (636) 329-0888.

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2577 W. Meyer Rd. Over 40 Years in Business! Tony Thieman, Owner 201 E. Pearce Blvd. Wentzville, MO 63385 Large selection of vinyl, carpet, hardwood, ceramic tile and window coverings.

This beautiful, serene, 72-acre park features the following amenities: • Five-acre fishing lake • 1.3 mile pedestrian trail • Playground • Amphitheater The park is also home to Wentzville's Holiday Night Lights Display, the St. Charles County Fair and the Greater St. Louis Renaissance Festival

www.ThiemansCarpet.com

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

Nonresident registration opens SEP 1.

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How Does it Work? Residents can sign up to receive alerts by phone, text message and/or email. Residents with a listed landline are automatically included.

Sign up online at bit.ly/signupforWIND 1) Choose a user name and password 2) Select the types of alerts you want to get 3) Designate your address(es) 4) Indicate how you want to be contacted You can also complete the form at City Hall. For questions, please call (636) 327-5101.

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Resident registration now open.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


M-F

7A-6P

DEC 26

GYM

305021-A1

6 DAYS

$196/217*

Campers ages 5-12 are invited to attend our all-inclusive, six-day Snowball Camp. While school is out for winter break, the fun of summer camp comes indoors. Campers will make new friends and participate in games, daily arts and crafts, cooking, theater and a field trip. Snowball Camp drop-off/pick-up will be held at the Progress Park Gym. Snowball Camp will be held DEC 26-29 and JAN 2-3. Cost: $196 (residents); $217 (nonresidents). *You may also purchase individual days for $45/55 per day. (Min 10/Max 36)

Save the Date A Night at the Mouse Races FEB 23, 2018

At the Progress Park Center Doors open at 6:30P Races begin at 7P (636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

Nonresident registration opens SEP 1.

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Team: CNR Fall Basketball League (3-8 Graders) NEW! The CNR Basketball League is for all skill levels. When you register your team through Wentzville Parks and Recreation, you will receive free practice space each week. Games are played on Saturdays and Sundays from SEP 16-NOV 5 with boys and girls divisions for 3-8 grades. In most ages, there are 50-70 teams per grade level. You won’t be playing the same team twice or even three times like you might in other leagues. Games will be played at a variety of gyms in the metropolitan St. Louis area. Your home games may be played at the Progress Park Recreation Center. Uniforms are not provided for this league. For more information, please contact Recreation Supervisor Patrick Logel at (636) 639-2084. Register by AUG 27.

OTHER

8A

SEP 16

ML

313007-A1

8 WKS

$800/team

It is never too early to get a “jump start” on the basics. This four-week, 45-minute instructional program will cover the basic skills of basketball using modified equipment for 3-5 year olds. Each child will work one-on-one with their parent/ guardian in performing various drills and games. The program will cover shooting, passing, dribbling and defense. Each child will receive a T-shirt and a miniature basketball. Registration deadline is OCT 24. (Min 10/Max 20)

6P

NOV 1

GYM

313006-A1

4 WKS

$45/55

Bobby Wallace Basketball Skills Training (Ages 6-18)

Bobby Wallace is an experienced coach looking forward to teaching your kids the fundamental skills of basketball. Participants will sharpen skills in shooting, passing, dribbling and defense in this four-week, 90-minute class. Registration deadline is NOV 5. (Min 10/Max 30)

SU

10:30A NOV 12

GYM

313012-A1

4 WKS

$70/80

Basketball for Tots (Ages 1-4)

Join us for this 45-minute class, which introduces toddlers to the basics of basketball. Participants will work with a parent or guardian while learning basic basketball skills including passing, dribbling and shooting. Registration deadline is DEC 3. (Min 5/ Max 12)

SU

1P

DEC 10

GYM

313016-A1

1 DAY

$10/12

Free Throw Contest (Ages 8-9 & 10-11)

Be crowned the first-ever Wentzville Free Throw Champion! Each participant will shoot 25 free throws. The top three shooters will advance to the second round and shoot 10 free throws. The final round will include the top two shooters shooting 10 free throws. The winner will receive a new basketball. You must register by DEC 11. (Min 5/ Max 20)

M M

6:30P DEC 18 6:30P DEC 18

GYM GYM

313010-A1 313010-B1

1 DAY 8-9 YRS $5/7 1 DAY 10-11 YRS $5/7

Three-Point Contest (Ages 12-14)

Be crowned the first-ever Wentzville Three-Point Shootout Champion! Each participant will shoot five shots at five different three-point stations for a total of 25 shots per round. The top three shooters will advance to the second round. The final round will include the top two shooters. The winner will receive a new basketball. You must register by DEC 13. (Min 5/ Max 20)

W

6:30P

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DEC 20

GYM

This 90-minute clinic is designed to introduce participants to the basics of volleyball. They will learn the fundamentals of serving, passing, setting and hitting. This is great for those interested in developing their skills and playing in our girls’ volleyball league. Registration deadline is SEP 23. (Min 5/Max 25)

SA

8:30A

313010-D1 1 DAY

SEP 30

GYM

305028-B1

1 DAY

$20/25

Girl’s Volleyball League (Ages 10-14)

This six-week league will be governed by USA volleyball rules and house rules. Participants will receive a T-shirt. Medals will be awarded to the first-place team. Registration deadline is SEP 21. (Min 40/Max 200)

SA

Jump Start Basketball (Ages 3-5)

W

Girls’ Volleyball Clinic (Ages 8-14)

8:30A

OCT 14

GYM

305028-A1

6 WKS

$68/78

Girl’s Volleyball League – TEAM REGISTRATION ONLY (Ages 10-14)

Bring your girl’s volleyball team to play in this winter league. Teams will play six games with medals for league winners. Practice space will be included one-time per week during the season. Team registration only, no shirts provided for this league. The league will skip the weeks of DEC 23 and DEC 30. Registration deadline is NOV 25. (Min 4/Max 12)

SA

8:30A

DEC 9

GYM

305028-B1

6 WKS

$450

Tennis Lessons (Ages 4-15)

This is a four-session program. It is an introduction to the game of tennis and will be offered four times. Participants will engage in a series of active instructional lessons that will lead to supervised play. The lessons provide instruction and emphasize the fun, social aspect of tennis. Tennis balls will be provided, but participants must have their own racquet. Participants must register one week before the first class. (Min 5/Max 20)

SA SA SA

9A 10A 11A

SEP 9 SEP 9 SEP 9

LH LH LH

302018-A1 302018-B1 302018-C1

4 WKS 4 WKS 4 WKS

4-6 YRS $75/85 7-10 YRS $75/85 11-12 YRS $75/85

CORE Soccer Balls Skills Training (Ages 3-14)

CORE Soccer Training brings you this four-week, 55-minute program. Focus will be placed on fast footwork, dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting and games. Each class will be divided into age specific participants and drills. Registration deadline is SEP 5 for the SEP 10 session and OCT 3 for the OCT 8 session. (Min 5/Max 75) SU 2P SEP 10 HP 313004-A1 4 WKS $55/65 SU 2P OCT 8 HP 313004-A2 4 WKS $55/65

Soccer for Tots (Ages 1-4)

Join us for this 45-minute class, which introduces toddlers to the basics of soccer. Participants will work with a parent or guardian while learning basic soccer skills including passing, dribbling and shooting. Registration deadline is NOV 5. (Min 5/ Max 12)

SU

1P

NOV 12

GYM

313014-A1

1 DAY

$10/12

$5/7

Resident registration now open.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


Sport Specific Training (Ages 5-18)

Want to improve your skills in basketball, baseball, soccer or volleyball? Check out our sport-specific trainers who will work with you one-on-one or in small groups to enhance the skills you need to move to the next level. For information and pricing, please call (636) 332-9236.

Youth Lacrosse Clinic (Ages 6-18)

The Wentzville Lacrosse Club brings you this three-hour clinic. It will focus on the fundamentals of lacrosse in a fun teaching environment. Players will participate in variety of drills which include techniques of catching, throwing, weak hand training, ground balls and basic defensive/offensive concepts. Players will be broken up by skill level, age and gender. Experienced players are welcome! This is a great opportunity for high school age players to explore the game of lacrosse before choosing their spring sport this year! All players should wear cleats or sturdy athletic shoes and bring a water bottle. Lacrosse sticks and balls will be provided; however, you are welcome to bring your own stick. Registration deadline is OCT 21. (Min 10/ Max 100)

SA

10A

OCT 28

HP

313004-A1

1 DAY

SCORE! The United States has more official soccer players than any other nation in the world — almost 18 million!

$40/$45

Watch for spring baseball, coach pitch, T-ball and soccer registration starting in the next issue of Fun Times.

Gift

Card

Looking for the perfect holiday gift for your all-star? Purchase a Wentzville Parks and Recreation gift card, which can be used toward sports registration, pool admission and more! To pick up a card, stop by Progress Park Recreation Center at 968 Meyer Rd. Questions? Please call (636) 332-9236.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

In the event of inclement weather, it may be necessary to cancel a program or class. Please access the RAINOUT HOTLINE to check the status of your program. • • •

PHONE (636) 322-6020 WEB http://bit.ly/rainouthotline APP for iOS and Andriod users; search “Rainout Line”

Nonresident registration opens SEP 1.

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Finding Nemo (Ages 5-8)

Nemo, where are you? Join us on an adventure to find Nemo and along the way learn some fun rhymes and riddles. Each child will get to make a fishy hat that they will wear on their quest to find Nemo. (Min 5/Max 12)

TH

6:30P

SEP 14

CR

305058-A1

1 DAY

$9/11

Beginners Art Studio (Ages 5-10)

Holiday Cooking & Creations (Ages 2-5 & 6-11)

Does your child enjoy cooking? Are they always trying to help you in the kitchen? Come join us at Café Progress Park to make some fun holiday treats. In this no-bake class, each child will make a few goodies to take home with them and have one to sample in class. After your treats are complete, you can help decorate our holiday tree. Each participant will make two ornaments; one for our tree and one to take home. (Min 8/Max 15)

Learn to draw or paint cartoons, still life, animals or works by famous artists during this four-week class taught by Calise Thompson, an artist from the Crossroads Art Council. Students will complete a picture at each class using a step-by-step method that is easy to follow with great results for the young artist. All supplies are included in the cost of this 90-minute program. (Min 6/Max 15) W 6P OCT 4 CR 304011-A1 4 WKS $45/55

TU TU

Artsy Infants (Walking-Age 5)

TH

Explore art materials and techniques to delight the senses and open a world of creativity as you make texture collages or discover color combinations. Parent participation is required for this 30-minute class. (Min 6/Max 12)

TH

6P

OCT 5

CR

304021-A1

1 DAY

$6/8

Creepy Crawlers (Ages 4-11)

Learn all about spiders, caterpillars, butterflies, ladybugs, ants, bees, worms and other creepy crawlers in this fun and educational 45-minute class. The session will include a craft and a game. (Min 6/Max 12)

TU

6P

OCT 10

CR

305063-A1

1 DAY

$11/13

Spooktacular Snacks & Crafts (Ages 4-7 & 8-12)

Here’s your chance to join us for a ghoulishly good time. We will make some spooky and silly crafts for you to take home and share with your loved ones and some scary snacks that will delight your taste buds. This class has all the ingredients for spooky, yummy fun! (Min 6/Max 15) M 6P OCT 23 CR 305047-A1 4-7 YRS $15/18 M 7:15P OCT 23 CR 305047-B1 8-12 YRS $15/18

6P 7:15P

DEC 5 DEC 5

CR CR

305051-A1 305051-B2

2-5 YRS $15/18 6-11 YRS $15/18

Polar Express (Ages 2-6)

Join us for a one-hour adventure with a round trip ticket on the Polar Express. During this class we will make a North Pole ornament, marshmallow train, reindeer food and play a game. (Min 8/Max 15)

6:30P

DEC 14

CR

304036-A1

1 DAY

$12/15

Shh It's a Secret (Ages 1-5 & 6-12)

Children enjoy giving gifts to their loved ones during the holiday season. Class creations will be one-of-a kind gifts for family and friends. Three projects will be completed, wrapped and ready for the holiday at the conclusion of this one-hour class. Don’t forget to dress to get messy! (Min 8/Max 15)

SA SA

9A DEC 16 10:15A DEC 16

CR CR

305039-A1 305039-B1

1-5 YRS 6-12 YRS

$17/22 $17/22

Unless otherwise noted: all classes are one hour in length; preregistration is required for all programs; and registration closes one week in advance.

Pumpkin Decorating (Ages 4-11)

Come transform a pumpkin into a creepy guest that you can bring home! Each child will receive a pumpkin to decorate and all the materials to make their creation. A Halloween snack will be provided at the conclusion of class. (Min 6/Max 15)

TH

6P

OCT 26

CR

305063-A1

1 DAY

$12/15

Thanksgiving Treats (Ages 4-9)

Gobble, gobble, gobble! Kids will enjoy making some silly turkey snacks to take home and show their parents during this no-bake class. This 45-minute program has the right ingredients for your little turkey! (Min 7/Max 15)

F

6P

NOV 17

CR

305049-A1

1 DAY

$11/13

Mickey Mouse's Birthday Party (Walking-Age 5)

Meeska, Mooska, Mickey Mouse! Did you know that Mickey Mouse’s birthday is in November? Come celebrate with some activities and crafts at this fun Mickey Mouse Party. (Min 6/Max 15)

TH

6P

NOV 16

CR

304035-A1

1 DAY

Early Childhood Music (Birth-Age 5)

Your child will interact with you and their peers by singing, dancing, and playing instruments, all while learning both musical and non-musical skills. A variety of live and recorded music will be used, as well as visual aids and illustrated children's books. Classes will meet for 30 minutes once a week for month-long sessions, and will include theme-based music activities. The teacher for the class will be Melissa Dierenfeldt with Accel Music Therapy, LLC. She is a board-certified music therapist and music educator with more than 10 years of experience. October and November sessions are four weeks, while the December session is five weeks. (Min 6/Max 10) F 11A OCT 6 CR 304040-A1 4 WKS $40/50 F 11A NOV 3 CR 304040-A2 4 WKS $40/50 F 11A DEC 1 CR 304040-A3 5 WKS $50/60

$12/15

Come Play with Me (Ages 5 and Under)

Come play with us every Tuesday from 10-11:30A. We will provide the balls, hula hoops and other toys for you and your little one to enjoy some time together. Parents are required to remain with their child(ren) and are encouraged to play with them. When WSD is out, there will be no program. (Min 1/Max 20) TU 10A SEPT 12 PP 1 DAY $1/1

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Resident registration now open.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


(All Ages)

Join Santa for lunch and bingo! Lunch will be pizza, salad, cookies and punch. Everyone is welcome to snap a photo of Santa after lunch, with bingo following immediately after. There will be gifts for every round won, and there will be several games of bingo played! Including four corners, diagonal, traditional and coverall! Save when you reserve a table of 10 for $110. Everyone attending must register. (Min 40/Max 100) SA

11A

DEC 2

PPC 308004-A1

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1 DAY $12/15

Nonresident Nonresidentregistration registrationopens opensSEP SEP1. 1.

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SPORTS COACHES: We are always on the lookout for volunteer coaches for our youth sports teams. Volunteer coaches must pass a background check. To register to coach, please call (636) 332-9236. NEW THIS YEAR: Head coaches will receive one free child registration for each team that they coach in any sport. Please note: a $25 background check fee will apply each year. To learn more, please call Patrick Logel at (636) 639-2084 or email Patrick.Logel@wentzvillemo.org. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: We are currently accepting individuals and groups for a variety of volunteer opportunities. To learn more, contact Special Events & Volunteer Manager Christine Eifert at (636) 639-2085 or Christine.Eifert@wentzvillemo.org.

VOLUNTEER DURING THESE EVENTS • Family Ghoulish • Turkey Trot • FOTWP Trivia Night • Bingo with Santa • Holiday Night Lights Walk-Thru • Holiday Night Lights Drive-Thru

Helping Hands (Ages 10-16)

Are you looking for a way to better the community you live in? Wentzville Parks and Recreation is offering a FREE volunteer program for youth. This once-a-month, one-hour program will take place on the third Wednesday of each month. Parents will be responsible for transportation to and from the destination.

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4:30P 4:30P 4:30P 4:30P

SEP 20 OCT 18 NOV 15 DEC 20

SS CR GYM OS

305005-A1 305005-A2 305005-A3 305005-A4

1 DAY 1 DAY 1 DAY 1 DAY

Splash Station End-of-Season Cleanup Family Ghoulish Party Prep Stuff Packets for Turkey Dash Bell Ringing

Resident Residentregistration registrationnow nowopen. open.

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Youth Yoga (Ages 6-12)

This class encourages self-expression, as well as building social skills. Children will strengthen their bodies as they learn how to focus through breathing and relaxation techniques. (Min 6/Max 12)

W W W

5:15P 5:15P 5:15P

SEP 20 NOV 8 JAN 10

PPC PPC PPC

303033-A1 303033-A2 103043-A1

6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS

$35/45 $35/45 $35/45

This class is a wonderful opportunity for children ages 3-5 to learn simple dance steps and routines, and various creative movements. Helps develop coordination, muscle control and rhythm. (Min 6/Max 12)

9:20A 9:20A 9:20A

SEP 23 NOV 11 JAN 13

PPC PPC PPC

303041-A1 303041-A2 103041-A1

Come learn to dance like a pro! Kids will learn basic dance moves and choreography to some of their favorite songs. (Min 6/Max 12)

TU TU TU

5:15P 5:15P 5:15P

SEP 19 NOV 14 JAN 9

PPC PPC PPC

305001-A1 305001-A2 105001-A1

6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS

$35/45 $35/45 $35/45

Wiggle Worms (Ages 3-5)

Preschool Dance (Ages 3-5)

SA SA SA

Hip Hop (Ages 6-10)

6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS

$35/45 $35/45 $35/45

Engaging fitness fun for preschoolers. Wiggle Worms uses music, toys and games to help preschoolers develop cognitive, social and motor skills — all while getting the "wiggles" out. (Min 4/ Max 13)

TU TU TU

10A 10A 10A

SEP 19 NOV 14 JAN 9

PPC PPC PPC

304014-A1 304014-A2 104014-A1

6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS

$35/45 $35/45 $35/45

Tiny Tumblers (Ages 3-5)

Come join the fun of beginning tumbling in this class. Children will spend class time being active and learning the basics of tumbling. As the children progress, skills will be performed more independently. (Min 4/Max 8)

M M M

5:15P 5:15P 5:15P

SEP 18 NOV 6 JAN 8

PPC PPC PPC

304006-A1 304006-A2 104006-A1

6 WKS 6 WKS 6 WKS

$35/45 $35/45 $35/45

Head coaches will receive one FREE child registration per team coached. Please note: each year, a $25 background check fee will apply.

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

Nonresident registration opens SEP 1.

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and Put on your costumes and head over to the new Station 1 Firehouse on Luetkenhaus Boulevard at 5:30P on OCT 28 for the always popular Family Ghoulish Party AND Movie Spooktacular! This event is sponsored by the Wentzville Firefighters Community Outreach and Wentzville Parks and Recreation Department. Every child (14 and under) will receive their own pumpkin! All who preregister will receive a hot dog, bag of chips and drink. Families will be able to enjoy games, activities, the Bubble Bus, a costume contest at 6:30P, a hay maze and give-a-ways. Then, at 7P, grab your blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy "The Goonies" on the big screen! *Each person must pay to enter; cost for day of event will be $7/10. SA

30

5:30P

OCT 28

OS

308012-A1 1 DAY

Resident Residentregistration registrationnow nowopen. open.

$5/7

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


Starting this November, you can visit Wentzville's new City Hall at 1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd. Did you know Wentzville City Hall will have a new address starting this November? All staff from City Hall and the Utility Service Center, plus additional staff from various departments Citywide, will be moving to the brand-new facility at 1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd. The new building is located next door to the Law Enforcement Center, at the intersection of Wentzville Parkway and Schroeder Creek Boulevard. The new City Hall facility is designed to offer a more customer-service oriented environment, with adequate parking, technology-driven meeting facilities and services for residents. The building will also include security features designed for resident and employee safety. Residents will be able to sign up for utility service, pay bills, apply for a permit, go to court, attend City meetings and more!

Please visit bit.ly/wentzvillesignup, call (636) 332-9236 or stop by Progress Park Recreation Center at 968 Meyer Rd.

(636) 332-9236 332-9236 || www.wentzvillemo.org www.wentzvillemo.org (636)

Nonresident registration registration opens opens SEP SEP 1. 1. Nonresident

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PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID St. Louis, MO Permit #495 968 Meyer Rd. Wentzville, MO 63385 (636) 332-9236

The Turkey is Training ... Are You? Holiday Night Lights Turkey Dash 5K & Fun Run (All Ages) Be the first to enjoy Holiday Night Light display with a 5K or one-mile run! The Holiday Night Light Turkey Dash will take you through the light display at Rotary Park just in time to see the lights before the holiday season kicks off! This race is fun for the entire family. There is a costume contest for team, best male and best female (judging at 4:45P before the race begins at 5P). *Registration starts at 4P; race starts at 5P. The winners of the 5K run in each of the following age groups will receive awards: 10 and under; 11-14; 15-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; 70 and older. The top three overall males and females will also receive awards, but they will not be awarded for winning their age group. The first 100, 5K entrants will also receive a custom race shirt! Sizes are not guaranteed. (Min 75/Max 150) SA SA

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5P* 5P*

Resident registration now open.

NOV 18 NOV 18

RP RP

302006-A1 5K $25 by NOV 4; $30 after 302006-A2 FUN RUN $20 by NOV 4; $25 after

(636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

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