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City of Wentzville

Winter/Spring 2020

Get Active • Stay Active

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Resident registration for winter/spring programs is now (636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org open; nonresident registration opens DEC 17 .

Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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Event details on pg. 10

Events At-a-Glance See pgs. 9-11 for details.

Daddy's Little Sweetheart Dance JAN 31 and FEB 1 Trash Can Artwork Contest APR 3

Easter EGGstravaganza APR 4

Citywide Yard Sale APR 24-25

Bunny Run APR 4

Wentzville Days MAY 15-17

Bone Hunt APR 4

Liberty Fest JUL 4

How to Use this Guide SA

2P

Time Day

JAN 29

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301070- A1

Location Program Date (abbreviations below) or Session Start

Guide Abbreviations CR FP GL GYM HH HP IA LB LV

RP

Course code

ML Multiple Locations

Progress Park Conference Room Fireman’s Park Green Lantern Progress Park Gymnasium Holt High School Heartland Park Wentzville Ice Arena Liberty High School Lakeview Elementary

TH OS PR PP PPC PV RP SS

Resident registration now open.

Misc.

$8/10

Misc. Info (Including Ages, Class Length, etc.)

Cost (Resident/ Nonresident)

Key

Timberland High School Volunteers welcome! Off Site Peine Ridge Elementary Progress Park NEW! New, exciting programs! Progress Park Center Peruque Valley Park FREE Fun, free programs! Rotary Park Splash Station Aquatic Center (636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org


Inside this Issue:

FUTURE FACILITY UPDATE

Preschool Programs Childcare Summer Camps Arts and Culture Programs Additional Enrichment Programs

Academic Preparation Teen Nights Sports and Exercise Programs Social Space

ADULTS AND SENIORS

CHILDREN

YOUNG ADULTS

As you are likely aware, the City of Wentzville is moving forward with a new Multigenerational Recreational Facility. Preliminary plans for this new community amenity include spaces for:

Health and Wellness Activities Arts and Enrichment Programs Sports Programs Lunch Programs Social Activities Lifelong Learning Opportunities

PROJECT GOALS • • • • • •

General Information

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Rates, Hours and Resident Info.

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Registration

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Parks and Amenities Map

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Wentzville Days

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Easter Events

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Special Events & Programs

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Health & Wellness

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Adult Sports

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Adult Day Trips

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Adult Activities

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Ice Arena

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Youth Sports

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Youth Fitness

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Youth Activities

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Tweens & Teens

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Summer Camp Preview

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Encompass the varying needs of our growing community Provide recreational programs for youth, seniors and families Provide space for community health, fitness and wellness programs to improve quality of life Create a facility that is universally accessible and meets all health and safety codes Develop a facility that is operationally, environmentally and economically sustainable Minimize water/energy/natural resource consumption and utilize modern building systems/technologies

Public input sessions will be held as we move forward with this project. Check-in online at www.wentzvillemo.org and facebook.com/wentzvilleparks for updates and meeting dates as they become available.

Easter Programs pg. 10

Contact Us: Recreation Staff Amy Hays, Recreation Superintendent Abigail Ayers, Camps & Youth Programs Coordinator Josh Hoppe, Aquatics & Fitness Supervisor Beth Kelley, Special Events & Volunteer Supervisor Patrick Logel, Youth/Adult Sports & Field Rentals Jeremy Opfer, Ice Arena Coordinator Ashley Pitzer, Fitness & Aquatics Coordinator Rick Pratt, Ice Arena Supervisor Jordan Stankoven, Sports & Concessions Coordinator

(636) 639-2087 (636) 639-2088 (636) 639-2186 (636) 639-2085 (636) 639-2084 (636) 639-7604 (636) 639-2093 (636) 639-7602 (636) 639-2086

Park Operations Staff Billy Roll, Park Operations Superintendent Mike Barker, Maintenance Supervisor Rob McDaniel, Horticulture Manager

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

Administration Mike Lueck, Parks & Recreation Director Shelley Fischer, Business Manager, Ice Rentals Meghan French, Administrative Support Supervisor Hannah Logsdon, Marketing & Communications Devin McGavran, Administrative Support Coordinator Justin Mennerich, Front Desk Operations & Rentals

(636) 639-2080 (636) 639-2081 (636) 639-2089 (636) 639-2159 (636) 639-2082 (636) 639-2083

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

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

Have a great photo to share? Please email it to staff at parks.media@wentzvillemo.org.

Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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fun@wentzvillemo.org

facebook.com/wentzville.parks

@WentzParkRec

(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 highquality 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 Progress Park 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 (1001 Schroeder Creek 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  Jeff Ottenlips  Matt Swanson  Michael Hays 

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 Craig Murray Ward 3 Maureen Murray-Barthelme Ward 2 Steven Nephew Ward 1 Matt Swanson BoA Representative Holly VanGundy (Vice President) Ward 2 Jeremy Wolfmeyer Ward 3

Tree Committee

Wentzville has been recognized for nine consecutive years as a "Tree City USA" recipient. In the fall of 2014, Wentzville's Parks and Recreation Board created the Tree Committee, which reviews the City's tree and landscape ordinances. If you are interested in serving on the Tree Committee, please contact Wentzville Parks and Recreation at (636) 332-9236. Please visit www.wentzvillemo.org for details on classes, news on native species, memorial trees and more.

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Resident registration now open.

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


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).

Annual Passes

Individual Household Senior Individual Senior Household

Daily Visits

Indoor Recreation Pass*

Aquatics Season Pass*

Resident

Nonresident

Resident

Nonresident

Resident

Nonresident

$116 $172 $86 $129

$153 $230 $116 $168

$132 $199 $110 $165

$177 $266 $148 $221

$195 $294 $155 $232

$261 $391 $207 $310

Indoor Recreation Center

13 and Under 14 and Older Senior (60 and Older) Senior (Track Only)

Progress Pool

Recreation Center Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday

6A-9P 8A-9P 10A-6P

Progress Park Pool Monday-Friday Saturday-Sunday

Noon-5:45P 11A-6P

Splash Station Aquatic Center

Resident

Nonresident

Resident

Nonresident

Resident

Nonresident

$3.00 $4.25 $2.50 $0.75

$4.50 $5.75 $3.75 $0.75

$4.00 $5.50 $3.00

$5.75 $7.25 $4.25

$6.00 $7.00 $6.00

$8.50 $9.50 $8.50

Prices and hours of operation are subject to change.

Hours of Operation

Indoors and Aquatic Pass*

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

Facility Closures and Modified Facility Schedules 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 Wentzville Ice Arena Monday-Sunday Hours Vary Please check skate times online at: www.wentzvilleicearena.com

INDEPENDENCE DAY (Closed indoors) HALLOWEEN (Closes at 6P) 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 28-OCT 4, 2020, for facility maintenance.

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.

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

Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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Memorial Bench and Tree Program

Honor your loved ones with a legacy tree or memorial bench at one of Wentzville's parks. These special memorials provide a lasting way to pay tribute to a loved one or friend. Other giving opportunities are available. To learn more, please contact Shelley Fischer at (636) 639-2081 or by email at Shelley.Fischer@wentzvillemo.org.

Whether it's 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. To speak with an associate regarding rental arrangements, please call the Wentzville Parks Reservation Line at (636) 332-9236 or email fun@wentzvillemo.org. Please visit bit.ly/WentzvilleRentals to learn more.

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Athletic Fields, Ice Rinks, a Banquet Hall, Pavilions, Pools and more! Resident registration nownow open. Resident registration open.

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


Payment and Returned Checks Full payment is required at the time of registration, unless otherwise noted. Upon registering, customers agree to all rules/ regulations and policies. A 2% surcharge will be added to all credit/ debit card transactions. 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 Android 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 hereby release and agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the City of Wentzville, Wentzville Parks and Recreation and the City's agents, employees and volunteers from and against any and all liability, actions, causes of actions, claims, demands for lawsuits whatsoever resulting from or arising out of personal injuries, including death, 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. I also authorize any photos/videos taken of myself, and/or the participant, to be used in any publicity or promotional materials by the Wentzville Parks & Recreation Department. Photos & Videos If you do not want yourself or your child photographed/filmed, please notify the administration office in writing in advance of the program starting. 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. 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.

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

Accommodation Policy We offer reasonable medical 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 or email fun@wentzvillemo.org. 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. The refund will be processed as a credit to the household account.** Credit can be used on future programs. A credit may be used by any member on the same household account. • *No refunds will be issued for adult leagues after the registration deadline. • Refunds for medical reasons, requested prior to the start date of the 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 credit to the account 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. • Any refunds processed for volunteer coaching will be applied to the household account for future purchases. • An administrative cancellation fee of $10 will apply to all pavilion or field rentals. • A cancellation for a Progress Park Center reservation will forfeit the deposit. • If a participant withdraws from a program after supplies or tickets have been purchased, refund will be pro-rated minus these expenses.

GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE! Gift cards can be purchased for classes and annual passes to any facility in the Wentzville Parks and Recreation system. For more information, please call (636) 332-9236.

WE P.L.A.Y. Scholarship (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) 332-9236 for more information. •

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.

Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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M AY 1 5 -17 2020

The Crossroads of the Nation

FREE

Teen Talent Search Learn more on pg. 28.

FRIDAY, MAY 15 Mirage Entertainment • 6-8P Superjam • 8:30-10:30P

Carnival • 6-10:30P Children’s Area • 6-10:30P Vendors • 6-10:30P

SATURDAY, MAY 16

McLovin • 12:30-2:30P Rough Ryders • 3-5P My Friend Mike • 5:30-7 :30P Big Love • 8-10:30P

SUNDAY, MAY 17 Breakdown Shakedown • 12P-2:30P Trixie Delight • 3-6P

Carnival • 12P-10:30P Children’s Area • 12P-10 :30P Vendors • 12P-10:30P.

Carnival • 12P-6P Children’s Area • 12P-6P Vendors • 12P-6P

Allen & Main Streets in Historic Downtown Wentzville (636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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Easter Events Easter EGGstravaganza

Hippity hop, Easter’s on its way! The Easter Bunny has been filling thousands of eggs with candy and prizes for the annual Easter EGGstravaganza. Some eggs will contain a slip of paper for prizes. Don’t forget your basket to collect all your goodies. Children will be grouped according to their age. Children may move to older age groups, but not down to a younger age group. Come early and enjoy fun activities before the hunt and have your picture taken with the bunny. *Registration is $5 in advance per child and $6 the day of the event. You must have your ticket on the day of the event to hunt. Don’t miss this EGGciting event! Please arrive early to allow time for parking. **Ages 1-2, 7-8, 9-10 will hunt at 10:15A, ages 3-4 and 5-6 will hunt at 9:30A. SA

8:30A**

APR 4

HP

1 DAY

$5*

We are searching for local teen talent who want to take the stage to perform from 8:30-9:30A. (See pg. 28 for more information.)

NEW!

Bunny Run 5K, 10K and One-Mile Fun Run

Start the season off with our annual 5K and newly added 10K Bunny Run or One-Mile Fun Run! Whether you want to take on the 5K, challenge yourself with a 10K, or walk/run with friends and family on the OneMile Fun Run, it’s time to put on your speed enhancing shoes and tie up your laces as you race around beautiful Heartland Park before the Easter EGGstravaganza! These fun family events feature a beautiful course that you are sure to enjoy. All registered participants will receive a custom race shirt, on-course water stations and post race drinks and snacks. To guarantee shirt sizes, please register by MAR 1. The race will be professionally timed for all 5K and 10K participants. *Packet pickup and same-day registration starts at 5:30A; race starts at 7A. 10K course is a second lap of the 5K course. Awards will be given to the top 3 overall male and female winners for the 5K and 10K. Age group awards will be given to the male and female winners of the 5K/10K run in each of the following age groups; 10 and under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60- 69, 70 and older. Overall winners will not be awarded for winning their age group. Participants can pick up packets early at Progress Park Recreation Center on APR 2 or 3. Day of registration will cost $5 more**. (Min 75/Max 250) SA 5:30A* APR 4 HP 103037-A1 1 DAY $30 before MAR 1; **$35 after SA 5:30A* APR 4 HP 103037-C1 1 DAY $35 before MAR 1; **$40 after SA 5:30A* APR 4 HP 103037-B1 1 DAY $20 before MAR 1; **$25 after

5K, 1 10K 0K and FUN RUN

5K 10K One-Mile Fun Run

Bone Hunt

Your dog will bark for bones when all kinds of dog treats, bones and toys are hidden for your furry friends. Your dog will be allowed to try to find as many goodies as possible. Dogs must remain on leashes at all times. Don’t forget to bring a basket to put your treats in! Before the hunting ends, each dog will receive a “doggie bag” to take home. We will also draw for door prizes. Dogs and their owners may roam around in the park after the event and take advantage of our trail, which is a little over a mile in length and loops around the lake. *Cost is $8/10 per dog in advance or $15 for day-of registration. You must turn in proof of vaccinations when registering your pet. Please call (636) 332-9236 or stop by the front desk to register. Please be on time for this event because it doesn’t take long for the dogs to gather all the bones. (Min 25/Max 75) SA

12P

APR 4

RP

101070-A1

1 DAY

$8/10*

Unless otherwise noted, preregistration is required for all programs and registration closes one week in advance. Prices and days are subject to change after publication. For questions, please call (636) 332-9236.

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Resident registration now open.

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Special Events & Programs Daddy's Little Sweetheart Dance (Ages 3-12)

Bring your sweetheart to this special event and make memories that will last a lifetime. This three-hour event includes dinner, dancing, games, a craft and more. Each couple will receive a photo to remember this special night. Dates for the girls may be a dad, grandpa, uncle, adult older brother, or a special friend of the family. ($25 for each additional guest, child, or adult). Please register early to reserve your spot. (Min 25 couples/Max 60 couples) F 6P JAN 31 PPC 105034-A1 1 DAY $52/65 SA 6P FEB 1 PPC 105034-A2 1 DAY $52/65

Trash Can Artwork Contest (K-12th Grade)

FREE

Team up with the City of Wentzville in the effort to raise public awareness about preventing litter in our local parks and community. On a 24H x 36W inch poster board, participants will create a landscape-layout (horizontal) design to wrap around a trash can. Winners of the contests will have their artwork displayed in one of the City of Wentzville parks and win a $25 prize. The contest opens MAR 9 and all entries are due APR 3. Contest winner(s) of each age group will be announced by MAY 1 and will be invited to an awards ceremony at City Hall next spring. Supplies and contest rules are available at Progress Park, while supplies last. *Participants must register to enter the contest. (Min 5/Max 24) Kindergarten-2nd grade APR 3 PP 105073-A1 FREE 3rd grade-4th grade APR 3 PP 105073-A2 FREE 5th grade-6th grade APR 3 PP 105073-A3 FREE 7th grade-8th grade APR 3 PP 105073-A4 FREE 9th grade-12th grade APR 3 PP 105073-A5 FREE

J UMP into

savings!

July 4th Parade (All Ages)

The annual 4th of July Parade starts at 10A at Holt High School and travels east on Pearce Boulevard, turns left onto Luetkenhaus Boulevard and ends at the American Legion. Everyone is invited to participate in the parade by designing a float. This year’s theme is, "Sweet Land of Liberty.” Floats will be judged for Overall 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, along with Mayor’s Choice and Best Musical Entry for 1st and 2nd place. Float registration required; to register, please call Beth Kelley at (636) 639-2085 or email Beth.Kelley@wentzvillemo.org. Float registration deadline is JUN 12. A $10 late fee will be applied to applications submitted after this date. This event is FREE to observe. SA 10A JUL 4 ML 1 DAY VARIES

FREE

Liberty Fest (All Ages)

After the parade, join us for Liberty Fest at Progress Park for FREE activities! Enjoy free swim at Progress Park Pool ONLY from 12-5P; 5-9P enjoy inflatables, ultimate bungee, LED rock climbing wall, stilt walker, airbrush artist face painting, wrecking ball, kids crafts and more! Enjoy live music by That '80s Band from 6-9P and 9:05P fireworks. We are looking for local teen talent who want to take the stage to perform from 5-6P. (See pg. 28 for more information.) SA 12P JUL 4 PP 1 DAY FREE

2020 aquatic season pass

SALE! Preseason sale

10%

ff

2020 aquatic season pass Dec 7-Apr 30 (636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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Recycle Your Christmas Tree SAVE THE DATE!

Saturday, APR 4 Rotary Park • 2577 W. Meyer Rd.

Curbside collection of real Christmas trees is available for Wentzville residents with trash collection service. Trees, which must be free of decorations, lights, etc., may be placed at the curb on your regular collection day between JAN 2 and JAN 17. For questions, please call (636) 327-5102. Residents may drop off natural trees to one of the three City parks below, between JAN 2* and JAN 18 (during regular park hours). Trees must be free of decorations, stands, coverings, lights, etc.

About Mission: Clean Stream Join volunteers, ages 6 and older, to restore the Peruque and Dry Branch creeks. These streams are important to the health of our community and support a variety of wildlife and land uses. You can register for M:CS as a family, individual or organization. After the Clean up Volunteers are invited to return to Rotary Park following the cleanup for a light lunch and tree seminar (see pg. 13). Last Year’s Stats In 2018, 235 awesome volunteers cleaned up almost 3,000 pounds of trash from 20 cleanup sites. Free seedlings will be available to Resident Card Holders. No preregistration required.

• Progress Park, 968 Meyer Rd. • Heartland Park, 100 William Dierberg Dr. • Rotary Park, 2577 W. Meyer Rd. (*JAN 4-18)

spring CITYWIDE

YARD SALE

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$

Friday and Saturday APR

For updates, including preregistration deadlines and more, please follow the City of Wentzville on Facebook and visit bit.ly/MissionCleanStream.

The Crossroads of the Nation

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Resident registration now open.

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Get in spring cleaning mode and clear your home of unwanted items by selling them during Wentzville's annual Spring Citywide Yard Sale. For $7 you can list your sale. Each sale will receive an official City yard sale sign. The deadline to list your sale is Monday, April 20. Plan a fun shopping expedition and hunt down the best bargains! Shoppers may purchase booklets beginning April 22 at Progress Park or City Hall for $2. Each booklet comes with a map to help you locate the bargains!

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Holiday Camp Don’t let your child’s day off of school become a burden! Children ages 6-12 are invited to join us at Wentzville’s new Holiday Camp. While school is out for holidays, professional development days or earned days off, you can rest assured knowing your childcare is covered. Each day will include fun games, a craft, wacky activities and the opportunity to make new friends. Day Camp will run 9A-4P. Sunrise and Sunset Camps provide care before and after camp’s regular hours. Sunrise Camp runs 7-9A and Sunset Camp runs 4-6P. (Min 12/Max 36) 9A-4P 9A-4P 9A-4P 9A-4P 9A-4P 9A-4P 7-9A 4-6P

JAN 17 JAN 20 FEB 14 FEB 17 MAR 20 APR 10 SUNRISE SUNSET

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

305000-A1 305000-A1 305000-A1 305000-A1 305000-A1 305000-A1 305067-A1 305068-A1

1 DAY 1 DAY 1 DAY 1 DAY 1 DAY 1 DAY 1 DAY 1 DAY

$30/45 $30/45 $30/45 $30/45 $30/45 $30/45 $8/10 $8/10

TREE SEMINAR

Spring provides the perfect time of year to join Wentzville Parks and Recreation and its Tree Committee for this educational event. SA

11:45A

APR 4

RP

101004-A1

1 DAY

FREE

During this workshop, you will learn about: • City tree ordinances • Best planting practices and long term tree care • How to identify several species of trees To register, visit www.wentzvillemo.org or call (636) 332-9236. Deadline to register is APR 1. (Min 10/Max 30) Note: Please make sure you register separately for this session, which is held in conjunction and just after Mission: Clean Stream. Feel free to come before and volunteer to clean up Wentzville streams and watersheds. If you would like to participate in Mission: Clean Stream, see pg. 12 for more information.

TREES ARE POEMS THAT THE EARTH WRITES UPON THE SKY. KAHLIL GEBRAN (636) 332-9236 | www.wentzvillemo.org

Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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Health & Wellness Accessible Yoga

Cardio Jam (12+)

NEW!

Pilates

NEW!

NEW!

Want to try yoga but aren’t sure if it’s for you? There are no more excuses! Do your mind and body a favor and try this class designed for stiffer bodies, which uses props to aid stability for those whose balance is compromised. This class will increase your flexibility, strength and well-being using yoga postures, meditation and breathing. (Min 6/Max 25) M 9:30A JAN 6 PPC 303052-A3 6 WKS $38/48 M 9:30A FEB 24 PPC 103064-A1 6 WKS $39/49 M 9:30A APR 13 PPC 103064-A2 6 WKS $39/49

Forget that you are exercising as you dance to your favorite pop and hip-hop music and sweat the calories away. This nonstop cardio class has easy to follow choreography with a fun vibe that will energize your spirit. This class will have different instructors on Tuesday and Thursday. (Min 6/Max 30) TU/TH 7:15P JAN 7 PPC 101016-A1 6 WKS $57/67 TU/TH 7:15P FEB 25 PPC 101016-A2 6 WKS $57/67 TU/TH 7:15P APR 14 PPC 101016-A3 6 WKS $57/67

POUND (12+)

SWEAT. SCULPT. ROCK. POUND® is the world's first cardio jam session inspired by the infectious, energizing and sweat-dripping fun of playing the drums. This class will have different instructors on Monday and Wednesday. (Min 6/Max 30) M/W 6:10P JAN 6 PPC 303061-A3 6 WKS $57/67 M/W 6:10P FEB 24 PPC 103065-A1 6 WKS $57/67 M/W 6:10P APR 13 PPC 103065-A2 6 WKS $57/67

Find your inner core strength! Pilates focuses on developing core strength, flexibility, balance and stamina. This mat-based workout will help you develop long, lean muscles and increase mind-body awareness. Various equipment will be used to enhance and intensify the workout. (Min 6/Max 25) W 9:30A JAN 8 PPC 101015-A1 6 WKS $39/49 W 9:30A FEB 26 PPC 101015-A2 6 WKS $39/49 W 9:30A APR 15 PPC 101015-A3 6 WKS $39/49

Zumba (12+)

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

®

Come get a great workout! With heart-pounding Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves, you'll forget you are exercising and think you are at a dance party. Music selections are fast and slow to help tone and sculpt the body. (Min 6/Max 30) M/W 7:15P JAN 6 PPC 303005-A3 6 WKS $55/65 M/W 7:15P FEB 24 PPC 103005-A1 6 WKS $57/67 M/W 7:15P APR 13 PPC 103005-A2 6 WKS $57/67

Fit and Strong for Seniors

NEW!

Keep your quality of life with this fitness class for older adults. It is designed to improve range of motion, help keep bone density, flexibility and increase muscular strength. The tools used are weights, fitness balls and elastic tubes combined with low-impact aerobics. (Min 6/Max 25) TU 10:15A JAN 7 PPC 101014-A1 6 WKS $39/49 TU 10:15A FEB 25 PPC 101014-A2 6 WKS $39/49 TU 10:15A APR 14 PPC 101014-A3 6 WKS $39/49

Gentle Yoga

Bring more harmony into your life and reduce stress in the 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 6:10P JAN 7 PPC 303001-A3 6 WKS $55/65 TU/TH 6:10P FEB 25 PPC 103001-A1 6 WKS $57/67 TU/TH 6:10P APR 14 PPC 103001-A2 6 WKS $57/67

Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterized by sequencing postures together in one seamless movement to the next, synchronizing breath to the continuous flow of movement. It will energize your body and release any blockages of energy in your body. Vinyasa is a strong practice that builds heat, endurance, flexibility, strength and balance. No two classes are ever alike. (Min 6/Max 25) TH 5:10P JAN 9 PPC 101019-A1 6 WKS $39/49 TH 5:10P FEB 27 PPC 101019-A2 6 WKS $39/49 TH 5:10P APR 16 PPC 101019-A3 6 WKS $39/49

Boot Camp

Beginners, avid fitness enthusiasts or those looking to expand their fitness horizon can achieve great results with our Saturday Morning Boot Camp. A typical class consists of cardiovascular work, speed and endurance training, partner resistance, strength training with dumbbells, body bars, kettlebells, medicine ball drills and plyometrics! Participants can gain strength, tone up, build muscle and lose weight during this six-week class! (Min 6/Max 25) SA 7A JAN 11 PPC 303011-A3 6 WKS $38/48 SA 7A FEB 29 PPC 103011-A1 6 WKS $39/49 SA 7A APR 18 PPC 103011-A2 6 WKS $39/49

R.I.P.P.E.D.®

NEW!

The One Stop Body Shock® — This fitness program combines Resistance, Interval, Power, Plyometrics and Endurance into one dynamic class that is formulated to burn fat, build muscle and condition the body through cardio training. This class has a “Plateau Proof Fitness Formula” where each component of the workout provides a unique emphasis on the body so that you are constantly adapting to change. R.I.P.P.E.D. is for all fitness levels. (Min 6/Max 30) SA 9:05A JAN 11 PPC 101017-A1 6 WKS $39/49 SA 9:05A FEB 29 PPC 101017-A2 6 WKS $39/49 SA 9:05A APR 18 PPC 101017-A3 6 WKS $39/49

Unless otherwise noted, each Health & Wellness session lasts 55 minutes and is for ages 16+. Preregistration is required; and registration closes one week in advance.

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NEW!

Weight Lifting Together (15+)

Have you ever wanted to try personal training? Come to this strength training class and learn to use a wide range of equipment such as barbells, free weights, dumbbells, weight machines, etc., to work all of your major muscles. Improve your strength and functional fitness and raise the bar to your fitness level. This class is lead by a personal trainer and has limited spaces available. (Min 4/Max 8) M 5:30P JAN 6 CR 101018-A1 6 WKS $90/115 M 5:30P FEB 24 CR 101018-A2 6 WKS $90/115 M 5:30P APR 13 CR 101018-A3 6 WKS $90/115

NEW!

Lose Weight and Get Fit

Work in a small group atmosphere with a personal trainer to help lose weight and get fit. The class will focus on muscular strength, cardio endurance and stamina to help you lose weight and tone your muscles. Tools used are weight machines, free weights, elastic tubes, cardio machines and exercise mats. (Min 4/Max 8) TU 9A JAN 7 CR 101013-A1 6 WKS $90/115 TU 9A FEB 25 CR 101013-A2 6 WKS $90/115 TU 9A APR 14 CR 101013-A3 6 WKS $90/115

Personal Training (*Ages 12+)

You get so much more than a great workout when training with a Personal Trainer. You get personalized attention to your fitness goals with a customized training plan, guidance on proper form and technique, support, answers to fitness questions and a motivating coach. Each session will take into consideration where you are at on the day of training, whether that is scaling back or ramping up. It’s time to overcome those plateaus and enhance your overall health and quality of life. Sign up for a one-time free consultation today to meet your certified personal trainer! Packages are available in 30- or 60- minute sessions.

30-MIN SESSIONS 3 Pack $79/99 6 Pack $149/187 12 Pack $289/359

60-MIN SESSIONS 3 pack $150/189 6 pack $275/339 12 pack $499/619

Group Training (*Ages 12+)

Group training is great for couples, friends, coworkers or family members wanting to get in shape together in a fun, personalized environment. It is lead by a national accredited personal trainer who will tailor workouts to each individual’s needs. Get the benefits of camaraderie with accountability in a customized, superior workout experience. Group Training is for two or more participants. Price is per person. Sessions are 60 minutes and multiple packages are available to purchase. GROUP SESSIONS (per person) Single $35/45 3 pack $95/119 6 pack $175/219 12 pack $345/430

Weight Room Orientation (*Ages 12+)

Not familiar with the weight room? Our certified Personal Trainers are available by appointment to show you how all the strength and cardio machines can be used and adjusted. Orientation includes weight room etiquette, safe-lifting techniques and guidance on using selectorized machinery and cardio equipment. The Weight Room Orientation is 45 minutes. Cost is $35/40. *Note: A one-time Weight Room Orientation is required for anyone between the ages of 12-15 years of age who want to use the Recreations Center’s weight room with parent supervision.

Check out the

NEW CLASSES starting in 2020

Pilates CARDIO

LOSE WEIGHT

GET FIT Vinyasaflow

YOGA

JAM WEIGHT LIFTING Together

FIT & STRONG 4

SENIORS

Discover your perfect fitness class! To register, please call (636) 332-9236 or stop by the front desk at Progress Park. For more information, please contact Ashley Pitzer at Ashley.Pitzer@wentzvillemo.org or (636) 639-2093.

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Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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Adult Sports

Men's Snowball Tournament

Men, can't wait for spring to get here? Then our Snowball Tournament is for you! This tournament is rain or shine. Teams will be divided into pools for round-robin tournament play. Winners of each pool will play a single-elimination tournament to determine the winner. Fees include a minimum of three games, a new softball for each game, a single umpire for each game and T-shirts for the winning team. All bats must be USSSA approved. Registration deadline is FEB 16. (Min 4/Max 12 ) SA 9A FEB 22 ML 107002-A1 1 DAY $160

Men's Double-Header Softball League (Thursdays)

Co-Rec Volleyball League (Sundays)

This co-rec volleyball league is 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. Games will be played on Sunday afternoons as early as 2P. You must register your team by DEC 29 for the JAN 5 session and FEB 23 for the MAR 1 session. (Min 4/Max 12) SU SU

2P 2P

JAN 5 MAR 1

GYM GYM

307008-A2 107008-A1

7 WKS 7 WKS

Gentlemen, get your teams together for our recreational softball league. Governed by USSSA and house rules. This Thursday-night league consists of 12 games over six weeks. Games will be played at 6:30P, 7:30P, 8:30P and 9:30P. League winner will be determined by overall record. 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 MAR 22 (Min 4/Max 8) TH 6:30P APR 2 ML 107011-A1 6 WKS $495

Co-Rec Volleyball League (Mondays)

Men's Double-Header Softball League (Fridays)

Bubble Soccer Rentals

Gentlemen, get your teams together for our recreational softball league. This Friday-night league consisting of 12 games over six weeks is governed by USSSA and house rules. Games will be played at 6:30P, 7:30P, 8:30P and 9:30P. League winner will be determined by overall record. T-shirts will be awarded to the firstplace team. League may be split into two divisions based on skill level. Entry fees include a new softball for each game, USSSA fees and one umpire for each game. You must register your team by MAR 22. (Min 4/Max 16) F 6:30P APR 3 ML 107028-A1 6 WKS $495

Co-Rec Double-Header Softball League (Sundays)

Get a team of men and women together and join this fun, recreational softball league governed by USSSA and house rules. League will consist of 12 games over six weeks. Games may begin as early as 2P. League winner will be determined by overall record. T-shirts awarded to first-place team. Entry fee includes a new ball for each game, USSSA fees and one umpire for each game. Register your team by MAR 22. (Min 4/Max 12) SU 2P APR 5 ML 107012-A1 6 WKS $495

$240 $240

This co-rec volleyball league is 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. The league winner will receive championship T-shirts. Matches will begin as early as 6P. You must register your team by JAN 26. (Min 4/Max 6) M 6P FEB 3 TBA 107008-A2 7 WKS $240 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 more information on bubble soccer equipment rentals, please call (636) 639-2084.

Looking for a team? If you don't have a team to join, but still want to play adult softball or volleyball, check with our Recreation Supervisor at (636) 639-2084 to see if we have a spot for you!

Women’s Volleyball League (Tuesdays)

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. Games may begin as early as 6P. You must register your team by DEC 29 for the JAN 7 session and FEB 18 for the FEB 25 session. (Min 4/Max 8) TU 6P JAN 7 TBA 307009-A2 7 WKS $240 TU 6P FEB 25 TBA 107009-A1 7 WKS $240

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

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Indoor Adult Tennis Lessons

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 racket. Participants must register by JAN 5 for the JAN 13 session and FEB 16 for the FEB 24 session. (Min 5/Max 20) M 7:30P JAN 13 TBA 107029-A1 4 WKS $75/85 M 7:30P FEB 24 TBA 107029-A2 4 WKS $75/85

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 begin on SEP 9, 2019, and run through MAY 27, 2020. For the complete schedule, please visit bit.ly/pickleballschedule

Outdoor Adult Tennis Clinic

This free clinic will take place at Holt High School and is designed as an introductory course on how to play the great sport of tennis. Participants will learn the basic skills necessary to be competitive. Everyone involved will receive hands-on instruction to help improve their skills to become a better tennis player. Don't forget your racket! Program is one hour. Participants must register by MAR 14. (Min 5/Max 20) SA 8A MAR 21 HH 107026-A1 1 DAY FREE

Outdoor Adult Tennis Lessons

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 racket. Participants must register by MAR 21 for the MAR 28 session and MAY 2 for the MAY 9 session. (Min 5/Max 20) SA 8A MAR 28 HH 107029-A3 4 WKS $75/85 SA 8A MAY 9 HH 107029-A4 4 WKS $75/85

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We are always on the lookout for volunteer coaches for our youth sports teams. Volunteer coaches must pass a background check. To register, please call (636) 332-9236. 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 contact Patrick Logel at (636) 639-2084 or Patrick.Logel@wentzvillemo.org.

Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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Adult Day Trips Day Trip: Springfield, IL (40+)

Enjoy a day rich in history in the Land of Lincoln. We will be venturing to Springfield, Illinois to enjoy a guided tour of the Lincoln Family Home Historic Site. We will then visit the Lincoln Tomb famous for its bronze sculpture of Lincoln and don’t forget to rub his nose for good luck! Lunch will follow at Arlington’s for sandwiches and wraps. After lunch, we will visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum to learn about Lincoln’s full-life story. W 7:30A MAR 11 PP 108106-A1 1 DAY $85

Day Trip: Missouri Botanical Garden Orchid Show (40+) Immerse yourself in a tropical oasis brimming with vibrant blooming orchids at the Orchid Show, a once-a-year opportunity to view a rotating display of more than 500 orchids from the Missouri Botanical Garden's expansive living collection. Peer through lush foliage, bubbling fountains and trailing vines as you are transported to an exotic hideaway within the Orthwein Floral Display Hall. Afterward, we'll enjoy lunch, followed by a sweet treat at your own expense. Trip includes transportation, admission, tickets and lunch. Trip registration will close FEB 6. TH 8A MAR 19 PP 108101-A1 1 DAY $90

Day Trip: Busch Stadium Tour (40+)

Enjoy a unique look at the home of the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium. You will take a view from the Radio Broadcast Booth, see the World Series trophies in the Champions Club and imagine yourself as a big leaguer in the Cardinals' dugout. After the guided tour, head over to the St. Louis Cardinals Museum for a self-guided tour. Afterward, we will enjoy a three-course meal at the Old Spaghetti Factory. To finish out the day, enjoy a guided tour of Soldiers Memorial Military Museum. Trip includes transportation, tour cost and lunch. W 8:30A APR 15 PP 108104-A1 1 DAY $80

Day Trip: The Ultimate Stingray Experience (40+)

Day Trip: Grant's Farm (40+)

A popular St. Louis destination since 1954, Grant’s Farm is the 281-acre ancestral home of the Busch family, named for Ulysses S. Grant who originally worked a portion of the land. Enjoy all the animals, shows and antique carriages. Each registration includes beer sampling and a lunch voucher to use while at Grant's Farm. After lunch, we will travel to Anheuser Busch Brewery for a guided tour and beer sampling. Trip includes transportation, admission, beer sampling, lunch voucher and tour. W 8A MAY 13 PP 108105-A1 1 DAY $55

Day Trip: Shakespeare Festival (40+)

Kickoff your summer with one of the most anticipated events of the season, the Shakespeare Festival! Join us for a live performance of a classic Shakespeare play (title announced in January), in Forest Park. Before the show, we’ll get a private backstage tour where you can chat with the stage crew and get a peek of the sound/light tent and even catch a glimpse of an actor preparing for the performance! We’ll enjoy the performance from a reserved seating section and each person will receive a concessions voucher to use for food/beverages. Trip includes transportation, tickets and concessions voucher. F 3:30P MAY 29 PP 108103-A1 1 DAY $75

Flooring Company

Join us as we venture to the St. Louis Zoo for the ultimate stingray experience at Caribbean Cove! Watch, touch and feed* the unique and fascinating stingrays, as they glide through a warm saltwater pool. The sharks are a little too shy for petting, but you may be lucky enough to have one touch you briefly as it swims by. Located under a large pavilion near Lakeside Cafe, these ocean animals swim through a 17,000-gallon pool complete with waterfall and a lush surrounding landscape. After the Stingray experience, you can venture throughout the Zoo. Next we'll head to lunch at Fitz’s where we’ll also get a tour of the bottling process. Trip includes transportation, tour fees and lunch. *NOTE: Shellfish are used to feed the stingrays. If you have a severe shellfish allergy, it is recommended you not participate in feeding them. TU 7:30A APR 21 PP 108102-A1 1 DAY $70

Preregistration is required for all trips and registration can close as early as two weeks prior to the trip date. There are no refunds for day trips due to prepurchased tickets and reservations. Only extreme medical circumstances will warrant consideration for partial refunds. Prices and days are subject to change after publication. For questions, please call (636) 332-9236.

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Adult Activities Card Games (40+)

NEW!

FREE

Bring a friend, meet some new people and enjoy a few rounds of your favorite card games. Rummy, Spades, Hearts, Bridge* – whatever you’d like! We’ll provide the cards and the coffee! Card games will run from 9-11:30A. *Training is not available during these groups and basic experience is necessary. TU 9A JAN 7 BH 1 DAY FREE TH 9A JAN 23 BH 1 DAY FREE TU 9A FEB 4 BH 1 DAY FREE TH 9A FEB 20 BH 1 DAY FREE TU 9A MAR 3 BH 1 DAY FREE TH 9A MAR 19 BH 1 DAY FREE TU 9A APR 7 BH 1 DAY FREE TH 9A APR 23 BH 1 DAY FREE TU 9A MAY 5 BH 1 DAY FREE TH 9A MAY 21 BH 1 DAY FREE

English Country Dance (All Ages)

NEW!

Put on your dancing shoes and join John Notgrass, for this six-week dancing course. Step-by-step, dancers will learn a new dance each week, while practicing the ones they’ve already mastered. Dancers are not required to have a partner to participate. Class will be held in the multipurpose room at Peine Ridge Elementary School. Class will run from 7-8:30P. (Min 8/Max 30) T 7P FEB 4 PR 102036-A1 6 WKS $30/37

Bass Fishing Derby (14+)

Rig your rods and register for this exciting fishing competition. Anglers will fish at Rotary Park Lake and compete to catch the heaviest Bass. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top two winners. Registration will start at 6:30A and the derby will run from 7-11A. Participants have a two-rod limit at $5/6 per rod. Live bait is not permitted. (Min 15/Max 30) SA 6:30A APR 25 RP 101012-A1 1 DAY $5/6

Adult Trivia Night – Harry Potter (21+)

Adult Spanish – Level 1 (14+)

Hablas Español? Learn how! This eight-session class will be instructed by Peter Hult, a Spanish teacher in the Wentzville School District. Participants will learn at their own pace while in a supportive setting. Along with professional instruction, all participants will have access to online resources to ensure their success in and out of class. Class will meet twice a week from 7-8:15P. Participants should bring a smartphone or electronic device and headphones to each class. This session will run FEB 3-27. (Min 5/Max 15) M/TH 7P FEB 3 PP 102035-A1 4 WKS $65/75

American Sign Language – Level 1 (10+)

Larry Hinson is offering a six-week American Sign Language (ASL) class. Larry is a comedian, teacher and passionate about helping people learn to sign. He is also deaf and has made it his mission to teach the hearing community to interact with the deaf community. This is a 75-minute beginner’s class and intended for medical professionals, police and fire personnel, teachers, parents and any individuals who are looking to communicate with deaf individuals in their community. Join us where you will laugh and learn in the same class. Participants will need to purchase the book: "Learn to Sign the Fun Way," by Penny Warner. *You may also choose to have the book included in your registration fee for an additional $15. Registration deadline is JAN 17. (Min 10/Max 25) W 7P JAN 29 PP 102030-A1 6 WKS $63/73*

American Sign Language – Level 2 (10+)

Larry Hinson is offering a six-week American Sign Language (ASL) class for individuals with a basic knowledge of ASL. Participants are encouraged to have completed ASL 1 prior to enrolling in this course. Each week, during this 75-minute class, participants will learn how to use basic vocabulary in sentences. Participants will begin to communicate with one another using phrases such as “How are you?” This course will also incorporate music and teach you how to sign along with sign language. Participants will need to purchase the book: "Learn to Sign the Fun Way," by Penny Warner. *You may also choose to have the book included in your registration fee for an additional $15. Registration deadline is MAR 6. (Min 10/Max 25) W 7P MAR 18 PP 102030-A2 6 WKS $63/73*

NEW!

Muggles, wizards and witches are invited to register for this exciting night of Harry Potter trivia. Several rounds of questions will test your knowledge on your favorite magical film. First and second place will bring home a cash prize. Beer and soft drinks are included with your registration while supplies last. Bring your own snacks and food. *No glass is allowed inside the facility. Register a table for up to eight players. Doors will open at 6:30P and the first round will start at 7P. (Min 40/Max 160) F 6:30P FEB 28 PP 101003-A1 1 DAY $170

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Ice Arena Learn-to-Skate Hockey (Ages 4-10)

Do you want to get your child on the right path to the Stanley Cup? It all starts here with our learn-to-skate classes. These classes will teach the basics of skating geared to children who want to play hockey. Included in the fee is a jersey and a punch card for free public skate session or Stick 'N' Puck . (Min 5) TU 5:50P JAN 7 IA 363101-A3 Level 1 8 WKS $120 TU 5:50P JAN 7 IA 363101-B3 Level 2 8 WKS $120 TU 5:50P JAN 7 IA 363101-C3 Level 3 8 WKS $120 TU 5:50P MAR 3 IA 363101-A4 Level 1 8 WKS $120 TU 5:50P MAR 3 IA 363101-B4 Level 2 8 WKS $120 TU 5:50P MAR 3 IA 363101-C4 Level 3 8 WKS $120

Cross Ice Hockey (All Ages)

This hockey class is designed to bridge the gap between Learn-to-Play Hockey and full ice hockey. We will have eight teams of eight (at minimum) and play four-on-four hockey across the ice. This program mimics the pros with a draft night and team jerseys and socks. (Min 8 Teams ) SU 6P FEB 9 IA 163104-A1 8 WKS $220

Learn-to-Skate (Ages 4 and up)

Want to learn how to skate for recreation or learn to figure skate? These classes are for you. These classes will build confidence on and off the ice. SA 10:20 A JAN 4 IA 163103-A2 8 WKS $80 SA 10:20 A MAR 14 IA 163103-A3 8 WKS $80

Learn-To-Play Hockey (Ages 6-12)

Know how to skate? Do you want to play for the St. Louis Blues? Check out these classes that are designed to teach you the basics of hockey skills (stick handling, shooting, skating and passing). Included in the fee is a jersey and a punch card for free public skate session or Stick 'N' Puck. (Min 5) TU 6:30P JAN 7 IA 363102-A3 Level 1 8 WKS $120 TU 6:30P JAN 7 IA 363102-B3 Level 2 8 WKS $120 TU 6:30P JAN 7 IA 363102-C3 Level 3 8 WKS $120 TU 6:30P MAR 3 IA 363102-A4 Level 1 8 WKS $120 TU 6:30P MAR 3 IA 363102-B4 Level 2 8 WKS $120 TU 6:30P MAR 3 IA 363102-C4 Level 3 8 WKS $120

Pricing Public Skate

$6

Skate Rental

$3

Stick 'N' Puck

$10

12 & Under Stick 'N' Puck (Kid + Parent)

$15

12 & Under Stick 'N' Puck (Kid only)

$10

Easter Bunny on Ice (All Ages)

Have you ever seen the Easter Bunny on ice skates? Hop on over to the Wentzville Ice Arena between 12P and 2P to go skating with the Easter Bunny! SA 12P APR 11 IA 1 DAY $6

Programs and Services • Stick ‘N' Puck • Party Packages • Learn-to-Skate

• Concessions • Learn-to-Play Hockey • Public Skate Times

• Professional Skate Sharpening

To view a calendar of events, check public skate times and more visit www.wentzvilleicearena.com or call (636) 639-7600. 20

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Sounds Like a Reason to

Celebrate!

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PARTY ON THE ICE

Looking for a COOL place to have your party? Come celebrate at the Wentzville Ice Arena. For more information or to book your party, please call (636) 639-2086. Pricing: $100. This includes admission and skate rental for 10 guests (additional skaters are $10 each), a FREE skate for the birthday child along with a reserved table area and four pitchers of soda. Hungry? Want to add pizza to your party? Add a large, one-topping pizza for $12.

Party at the Park

Let our staff do the work so you can celebrate with your child and friends. After one hour of games and activities, 45 minutes is available for cupcakes and presents (cupcakes included). Dates are dependent on availability. For more information or to book your party, please call (636) 332-9236. Pricing: $165/$180. This includes 10 guests, additional guests are $10 each. Hungry? Want to add pizza to your party? Add a large, one-topping pizza for $12 . Themes Include: Sports, Little Chef, Let's Get Messy, Superhero, Ocean, Princess, Jurassic Park And More!

Party at the P

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It's not too early to reserve your party at the pool! Packages include pool admission for all guests, a reserved pool pavilion for one hour to open presents and enjoy food, a party host to help with all party needs and a take-home birthday party cup for each guest (includes one fountain drink and one refill).

10 Guests

Splash Station $190/215 Progress Pool $155/180

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15 Guests

Splash Station $255/280 Progress Pool $220/245

20 Guests

Splash Station $305/330 Progress Pool $270/295

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Packages also include one-topping (sausage, cheese or pepperoni) pizzas. Number varies depending on the amount of guests. Additional large pizzas can be purchased for $12. Also enjoy a personalized cookie cake (or 30 cupcakes) and a T-shirt and goody bag for the birthday child. Each child attending the party will also receive a small gift. For more information or to book your summer party, please call (636) 332-9236. Nonresident registration opens DEC 17.

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Youth Sports Youth Baseball and Softball Leagues (Ages 7-14)

The Wentzville Parks and Recreation Department is part of the New Horizons Youth Baseball League (NHYBL). This league consists of Lake St. Louis, New Melle, Dardenne Prairie and Wright City. Games are played M-F starting in mid-April. Practices will occur at the discretion of the coach. Teams will receive one free practice per week. All standings, games and team information for this league is on www.quickscores.com/nhybl. Baseball Divisions are 7U, 8U, 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U and 14U. Softball Divisions are 8U, 10U, 12U and 14U. First- and second-place teams in each division are provided trophies by their home associations. 7U & 8U will play machine pitch. 9U and up will play player pitch. Jerseys with numbers and hats are provided. Registration deadline is FEB 16. M-F ML 105036-A1 7U Baseball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-A2 8U Baseball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-A3 9U Baseball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-A4 10U Baseball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-A5 11U Baseball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-A6 12U Baseball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-A7 13U Baseball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-A8 14U Baseball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-B1 8U Softball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-B2 10U Softball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-B3 12U Softball $91/111 M-F ML 105036-B4 14U Softball $91/111

Coed T-Ball League (Ages 3-4)

This recreational coed league for 3-to-4-year-olds is designed to prepare young players for the next level of baseball or softball. Score is not kept; each participant receives a jersey, hat and an award at the end of the six-game season. Parents are required to help during the season. Games will be played on Saturdays as early as 8A starting on APR 18 and practices will occur at the discretion of the coach. Registration deadline is MAR 8. SA 8A APR 18 ML 105070-A1 6 WKS $75/85

Coed Coach Pitch Baseball League (Ages 5-6)

This recreational coed league for 5-to-6-year-olds is designed to prepare young players for the next level of baseball or softball. Score is not kept; each participant receives a jersey, hat and an award at the end of the six-game season. Parents are required to help during the season. Games will be played on Saturdays as early as 8A starting on APR 18 and practices will occur at the discretion of the coach. Registration deadline is MAR 8. SA 8A APR 18 ML 105071-A1 6 WKS $75/85

Tiny Sluggers (Ages 3-6)

Are you ready for baseball season? Get an early start with this four-week, 45-minute program. We will cover the rules of batting, catching, fielding and throwing. Each child will work one-on-one with their parent/guardian in performing various drills and games related to baseball. Each child will receive a T-shirt and a soft baseball. Registration deadline is APR 5. (Min 7/Max 15) TU 5:45P APR 21 PP 104017-A1 4 WKS 3-4 YRS $45/55 TU 6:45P APR 21 PP 104017-A2 4 WKS 5-6 YRS $45/55

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Indoor First Touch (Ages 4-5) and CORE Soccer Ball Skills Training (Ages 6-12)

This four-week program takes place indoors and will help develop the essential skills needed to play soccer. First Touch (Ages 4-5) participants will be introduced to the basics of soccer with many fun games and props. Field players (Ages 6-14) will work on dribbling, passing, receiving and shooting. Goalkeepers (Ages 6-14) will work on ball handling, diving, shot stopping and distribution. Registration deadline is JAN 5 for the JAN 10 session and FEB 16 for the FEB 21 session. (Min 5/Max 75) F 6:30P JAN 10 TBA 313022-B1 4 WKS $65/75 Ages 4-5 F 6:30P JAN 10 TBA 313022-C1 4 WKS $65/75 Field Players F 6:30P JAN 10 TBA 313022-D1 4 WKS $65/75 Goalkeepers F 6:30P FEB 21 TBA 313022-B2 4 WKS $65/75 Ages 4-5 F 6:30P FEB 21 TBA 313022-C2 4 WKS $65/75 Field Players F 6:30P FEB 21 TBA 313022-D2 4 WKS $65/75 Goalkeepers

Outdoor First Touch (Ages 4-5) and CORE Soccer Ball Skills Training (Ages 6-14)

This is a four-week program that will help develop the essential skills needed to play soccer. First Touch (Ages 4-5) participants will be introduced to the basics of soccer with many fun games and props. Field players (Ages 6-14) will work on dribbling, passing, receiving and shooting. Goalkeepers (Ages 6-14) will work on ball handling, diving, shot stopping and distribution. This program is designed to supplement the Wentzville soccer league and give each child an additional day to further enhance their skills. Registration deadline is MAR 1 for the MAR 8 session and MAR 29 for the APR 5 session. (Min 5/Max 25) SU 2P MAR 8 HP 113022-A1 4 WKS $65/75 Ages 4-5 SU 2P MAR 8 HP 113022-A2 4 WKS $65/75 Field Players SU 2P MAR 8 HP 113022-A3 4 WKS $65/75 Goalkeepers SU 2P APR 5 HP 113022-B1 4 WKS $65/75 Ages 4-5 SU 2P APR 5 HP 113022-B2 4 WKS $65/75 Field Players SU 2P APR 5 HP 113022-B3 4 WKS $65/75 Goalkeepers

First Touch Playtime (Ages 2-3)

This is a four-week program that will help develop the essential skills needed to play soccer. First Touch Playtime focuses on balance, coordination, participation, sportsmanship and sharing as well as many different concepts related to the basic skills of soccer. Registration deadlines are DEC 29 for the JAN 5 session, JAN 26 for the FEB 2 session, MAR 1 for the MAR 8 session and MAR 29 for the APR 5 session. (Min 5/Max 25) SU 1P JAN 5 GYM 113022-C1 4 WKS $65/75 Ages 2-3 SU 1P FEB 2 GYM 113022-D1 4 WKS $65/75 Ages 2-3 SU 1P MAR 8 GYM 113022-A4 4 WKS $65/75 Ages 2-3 SU 1P APR 5 GYM 113022-B4 4 WKS $65/75 Ages 2-3

Less than 25 percent of children ages 6-17 participate in 60 minutes of physical activity every day. We have plenty of activities to get your kid moving! Please call (636) 332-9236 to register today. bit.ly/physicalactivityfacts2019

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Soccer Registration Age Chart for 2020

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Players will register in an age division based on their birth year. Please see below for the placement chart. Players may play up one age division to play with friends or specific coaches. Players may not play down an age division. Age Group Birth Year Age Group Birth Year Age Group Birth Year U4 2017 U8 2013 U12 2009 U5 2016 U9 2012 U13 2008 U6 2015 U10 2011 U14 2007 U7 2014 U11 2010

Youth Spring Soccer League (Ages 3-13)

This recreational soccer league is offered for children of all abilities. All participants will receive a jersey, socks and soccer ball. Children ages 3-6 will be placed on coed teams and will receive an award at the end of the season. Children ages 7-10 will play in gender-specific leagues (girls may also register in the COED league). Children ages 11-13 will be place on coed teams. The first-place team in the U8/U9, U10/U11 and U12/U13/U14 divisions will receive an award. Game times vary each week beginning no earlier than 8A. The season includes seven games. Registration deadline is FEB 9. See chart above to determine age group. SA 8A MAR 28 HP 105026-A1 7 WKS U4/U5 COED $79/91 SA 8A MAR 28 HP 105026-A2 7 WKS U6/U7 COED $79/91 SA 8A MAR 28 HP 105026-A3 7 WKS U8/U9 COED $79/91 SA 8A MAR 28 HP 105026-B3 7 WKS U8/U9 GIRLS $79/91 SA 8A MAR 28 HP 105026-A4 7 WKS U10/U11 COED $79/91 SA 8A MAR 28 HP 105026-B4 7 WKS U10/U11 GIRLS $79/91 SA 8A MAR 28 HP 105026-A5 7 WKS U12/U13/U14 COED $79/91

Youth Summer Soccer 4v4 League (Ages 3-13)

This recreational soccer league will play in a 4v4 setting to work on footwork and ball skills for children of all abilities. Children will be placed on coed teams based on age. Participants will receive a uniform, socks and soccer ball. Game times vary, but will begin no earlier than 8A. Games are played at Heartland Park. The season includes five games. Registration deadline is JUN 7. See chart above to determine age group. SA 8A JUL 11 HP 205026-A1 5 WKS U4/U5 COED $57/69 SA 8A JUL 11 HP 205026-B1 5 WKS U6/U7 COED $57/69 SA 8A JUL 11 HP 205026-C1 5 WKS U8/U9 COED $57/69 SA 8A JUL 11 HP 205026-D1 5 WKS U10/U11 COED $57/69 SA 8A JUL 11 HP 205026-E1 5 WKS U12/U13/U14 COED $57/69

Rec Premier Soccer (Ages 6-14)

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We are proud to announce our partnership with the City of O'Fallon in developing a more competitive soccer playing experience. Additionally, we have secured the services of CORE Soccer Training Director, Jamie Swanner, and his qualified staff to oversee and run this program. This new Rec Premier Soccer program will be based on true small 4 vs 4 game play with technical development along with the tactical awareness needed for the individual player.

We will train on a specific skill each week for the first 15 minutes, then divide up for a two 20-minute-half 4 vs 4 game. Week one, we will introduce the 4 vs 4 format as well as train. Weeks two through eight we will follow a progressive skill-enhancement program, then game play. We recommend players stay on their existing teams and utilize this league as a player-enhancement program. Player groupings may be mixed depending on skill level and gender. Each player will receive two jerseys and a sack pack in addition to training and game play. The location will alternate weeks between Heartland Park in Wentzville and Dames Park in O'Fallon. This eight-week program will begin on MAR 27 and continue on Friday nights. Registration deadline is FEB 9. See chart above to determine age group. F 6P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-A1 8 WKS U7 BOYS $150 F 6P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-A2 8 WKS U8 BOYS $150 F 6P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-A3 8 WKS U9 BOYS $150 F 6P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-A4 8 WKS U10 BOYS $150 F 7P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-A5 8 WKS U11 BOYS $150 F 7P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-A6 8 WKS U12 BOYS $150 F 7P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-A7 8 WKS U13 BOYS $150 F 7P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-A8 8 WKS U14 BOYS $150 F 6P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-B1 8 WKS U7 GIRLS $150 F 6P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-B2 8 WKS U8 GIRLS $150 F 6P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-B3 8 WKS U9 GIRLS $150 F 6P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-B4 8 WKS U10 GIRLS $150 F 7P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-B5 8 WKS U11 GIRLS $150 F 7P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-B6 8 WKS U12 GIRLS $150 F 7P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-B7 8 WKS U13 GIRLS $150 F 7P MAR 27 HP/DP 110521-B8 8 WKS U14 GIRLS $150

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Youth Futsal League (Ages 8-12)

Futsal is a sport that's a derivative of soccer and played on a basketball court with no walls and a smaller, low-bouncing ball. Participants will be placed on co-ed teams based on age. Participants will receive a shirt. This league will include five games that will take place M-TH evenings. Registration deadline is DEC 15. (Min 20/Max 100) M 6:30P JAN 13 TBA 301302-A3 5 WKS $55/65 Ages 8-10 M 6:30P JAN 13 TBA 301302-B2 5 WKS $55/65 Ages 11-12

Girls’ Volleyball Clinic (Ages 9-14)

This 90-minute clinic is designed to introduce participants to the basics of volleyball. Participants 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 JAN 5. (Min 5/Max 25) SU 10:30A JAN 12 GYM 305044-A1 1 DAY $20/25

Girls’ Volleyball Camp (Ages 9-14)

This three-week, 90-minute camp will meet on Sundays and 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 JAN 12. (Min 5/Max 25) SU 10:30A JAN 19 GYM 313020-A1 3 WKS $60/75

Girls’ 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. Awards will be given to the first-place team. Practice space will be included only during the season and will be limited to one time slot per week. Games start as early as 8:30A. Registration deadline is JAN 12. (Min 40/Max 200) SA 8:30A FEB 22 GYM 305028-A3 6 WKS 10-12 YRS $70/80 SA 8:30A FEB 22 GYM 305028-B3 6 WKS 13-14 YRS $70/80

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 their skills in shooting, passing, dribbling and defense in this four-week, 90-minute class. Registration deadlines are JAN 5 for the JAN 12 session, FEB 9 for the FEB 16 session and MAR 22 for the MAR 29 session. (Min 10/Max 50) SU 8:30A JAN 12 GYM 310012-A3 4 WKS $75/85 SU 8:30A FEB 16 GYM 110012-A1 4 WKS $75/85 SU 8:30A MAR 29 GYM 110012-A2 4 WKS $75/85

Jump Start Basketball (Ages 4-6)

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 JAN 12. (Min 10/Max 20) W 6:30P JAN 29 TBA 105029-A1 4 WKS $45/55

Sport-Specific Training (Ages 5-18)

Want to improve your skills in basketball, baseball, soccer or volleyball? Our sport-specific trainers 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 Recreation Supervisor Patrick Logel at (636) 639-2084.

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Team: CNR Spring Basketball League (3-8 Grades & Freshman-Varsity)

The CNR Basketball League is for all skill levels. When you register your team through Wentzville Parks and Recreation, you will receive one practice space each week. Games are played on Saturdays and Sundays from April-May with boys and girls divisions for 3-8 grades and Freshman-Varsity. 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. Registration deadline is FEB 16. SA/SU APR 6 ML 113020-A1 8 WKS $850/team

Individual CNR Spring Basketball League (2-5 Grades)

CNR basketball is for all skill levels. Register as an individual and you will be placed on a team. Eight or more players in a grade are required to make a team. Volunteer coaches are needed for this league. Teams will receive one practice per week, an eight game season and a jersey. All players must provide their own basketball and shorts. Games will take place on Saturdays and Sundays from April-May. Games are played in a variety of gyms in the metropolitan St. Louis area. Your home games may be played at the Progress Park Recreation Center. For more information, please contact Recreation Supervisor, Patrick Logel at (636)639-2084. Registration deadline is FEB 16. SA/SU APR 6 ML 113020-B1 8 WKS GRADE 2 BOYS $95/105 SA/SU APR 6 ML 113020-B2 8 WKS GRADE 3 BOYS $95/105 SA/SU APR 6 ML 113020-B3 8 WKS GRADE 4 BOYS $95/105 SA/SU APR 6 ML 113020-B4 8 WKS GRADE 5 BOYS $95/105 SA/SU APR 6 ML 113020-C1 8 WKS GRADE 2 GIRLS $95/105 SA/SU APR 6 ML 113020-C2 8 WKS GRADE 3 GIRLS $95/105 SA/SU APR 6 ML 113020-C3 8 WKS GRADE 4 GIRLS $95/105 SA/SU APR 6 ML 113020-C4 8 WKS GRADE 5 GIRLS $95/105

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Indoor Tennis Lessons (Ages 7-15)

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 racket. Participants must register by JAN 5 for the JAN 13 session and FEB 16 for the FEB 24 session. (Min 5/Max 20) M 6:30P JAN 13 TBA 102018-A1 4 WKS 7-12 YRS $75/85 M 7:30P JAN 13 TBA 102018-A2 4 WKS 13-15 YRS $75/85 M 6:30P FEB 24 TBA 102018-B1 4 WKS 7-12 YRS $75/85 M 7:30P FEB 24 TBA 102018-B2 4 WKS 13-15 YRS $75/85

Outdoor Tennis Clinic (Ages 4-15)

This free clinic is designed as an introductory course on how to play the great sport of tennis. Participants will learn the basic skills necessary to be competitive. Everyone involved will receive hands-on instruction to help improve their skills to become a better tennis player. Don't forget your racket! Registration deadline is MAR 14. (Min 5/Max 20) SA 9A MAR 21 HH 102017-A1 1 DAY 4-6 YRS FREE SA 10A MAR 21 HH 102017-A2 1 DAY 7-10 YRS FREE SA 11A MAR 21 HH 102017-A3 1 DAY 11-15 YRS FREE

Outdoor Tennis Lessons (Ages 4-15)

In this four-session program, participants will engage in a series of active instructional lessons that will lead to supervised play. Tennis balls will be provided, but participants must have their own racket. Participants must register by MAR 21 for the MAR 28 session and MAY 2 for the MAY 9 session. In addition to the lessons, Junior Team Tennis and monthly tournaments can be added for an additional cost. To get more information about Junior Team Tennis, please contact Mark Platt at mark@ saintlouistennis.com. (Min 5/Max 20) SA 9A MAR 28 HH 102018-C1 4 WKS 4-6 YRS $75/85 SA 10A MAR 28 HH 102018-C2 4 WKS 7-10 YRS $75/85 SA 11A MAR 28 HH 102018-C3 4 WKS 11-15 YRS $75/85 SA 9A MAY 9 HH 102018-D1 4 WKS 4-6 YRS $75/85 SA 10A MAY 9 HH 102018-D2 4 WKS 7-10 YRS $75/85 SA 11A MAY 9 HH 102018-D3 4 WKS 11-15 YRS $75/85

In the event of inclement weather, it may be necessary to cancel a program or class. Please access the RAINOUT LINE to check the status of your program. • PHONE (636) 322-6020 • WEB bit.ly/rainouthotline • APP for iOS and Andriod users —Search “Rainout Line”

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Youth Fitness 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 4:30P JAN 6 PPC 304006-A3 6 WKS $45/55 M 4:30P FEB 24 PPC 104006-A1 6 WKS $46/56 M 4:30P APR 13 PPC 104006-A2 6 WKS $46/56

Hip Hop (Ages 6-10)

Come learn to dance like a pro! Kids will learn basic dance moves and choreography to some of their favorite songs. (Min 5/Max 12) M 5:20P JAN 6 PPC 305001-A3 6 WKS $38/48 M 5:20P FEB 24 PPC 103061-A1 6 WKS $39/49 M 5:20P APR 13 PPC 103061-A2 6 WKS $39/49

Weight Lifting Together (Ages 15+)

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Have you ever wanted to try personal training? Come to this strength training class where you will use a wide range of equipment such as barbells, free weights, dumbbells, weight machines, etc. to work all of your major muscles. Improve your strength and functional fitness and raise the bar to your fitness level. This class is lead by a personal trainer and will have limited space spaces available. This class runs in coordination with our adult class and lasts 55 minutes. (Min 4/Max 8) M 5:30P JAN 6 CR 101018-A1 6 WKS $100/125 M 5:30P FEB 24 CR 101018-A2 6 WKS $100/125 M 5:30P APR 13 CR 101018-A3 6 WKS $100/125

Pound® (Ages 12+)

SWEAT. SCULPT. ROCK. POUND® is the world's first cardio jam session inspired by the infectious, energizing and sweat-dripping fun of playing the drums. This class runs in coordination with our adult class and lasts 55 minutes. Parent participation required for ages 12-14. (Min 6/Max 30) M/W 6:10P JAN 6 PPC 303061-A3 6 WKS $57/67 M/W 6:10P FEB 24 PPC 103065-A1 6 WKS $57/67 M/W 6:10P APR 13 PPC 103065-A2 6 WKS $57/67

Zumba® (Ages 12+)

Come get a great workout! With heart-pounding Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves, you will forget you are exercising and think you are at a dance party. Music selections are fast and slow to help tone and sculpt the body. This class runs in coordination with our adult class and lasts 55 minutes. (Min 6/Max 30) M/W 7:15P JAN 6 PPC 303005-A3 6 WKS $55/65 M/W 7:15P FEB 24 PPC 103005-A1 6 WKS $57/67 M/W 7:15P APR 13 PPC 103005-A2 6 WKS $57/67

Cardio Jam (Ages 12+)

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Forget that you are exercising as you dance to your favorite pop and hip-hop music and sweat the calories away. This nonstop cardio class has easy to follow choreography with a fun vibe that will energize your spirit. This class runs in coordination with our adult class and lasts 55 minutes. (Min 6/Max 30) TU/TH 7:30P JAN 7 PPC 101016-A1 6 WKS $57/67 TU/TH 7:30P FEB 25 PPC 101016-A2 6 WKS $57/67 TU/TH 7:30P APR 14 PPC 101016-A3 6 WKS $57/67

Preschool Dance (Ages 3-5)

You know that your child would love to dance but not sure which format is best for them? Preschool Dance is a class that introduces children to different styles of dance each week. This class is a wonderful opportunity for children ages 3-5 to learn simple dance steps and routines and various creative movements which will help develop coordination, muscle control and rhythm. Through music and movement, children will have a fun outlet to try the exciting world of dance! (Min 5/Max 12) SA 8:10A JAN 11 PPC 303041-A3 6 WKS $38/48 SA 8:10A FEB 29 PPC 103041-A1 6 WKS $39/49 SA 8:10A APR 18 PPC 103041-A2 6 WKS $39/49

Unless otherwise noted, each session is 40 minutes in length. Preregistration is required for all programs. Registration closes one week in advance.

Women's Self-Defense

This two-and-a-half- hour class teaches realistic self-defense to women using practical application of dynamic skills. With proper training and practice, these skills are completely applicable to dangerous situations. The instructor has more than 15 years of experience in Jin Jung Kwan Hapkido, which is world renowned for self-defense techniques that are second to none. She is also a fourth-degree blackbelt and master instructor. Plan to learn proactive defensive skills and be able to gain confidence with practical lessons that work! (Min 10/Max 30) SA FEB 22 11A PP 101005-A1 1 DAY $45/55 SA APR 25 11A PP 101005-A2 1 DAY $45/55

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Youth Activities

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Simple Sewing 2 (Ages 8-12)

Test your basic sewing skills in Simple Sewing 2. In this two-and-a-half hour program, participants will create a unique draw string bag and discuss sewing terminology, the parts of a sewing machine, cutting fabric with a rotary blade and more. Participants should be prepared to use a beginner’s sewing machine. (Min 5/Max 12) TH

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Kids Cooking 1 (Ages 7-10)

Join us in the kitchen to learn the basics of cooking and make some yummy treats. During this 90-minute class, your child will learn about cooking and baking utensils and the importance of food safety. We will make two no-bake items, one to eat in class and one to take home. (Min 6/Max 12) TU

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Kids Cooking 2 (Ages 9-12)

If your child enjoys helping out in the kitchen, this is the class for them! A series of three, 90-minute classes will introduce your child to the exciting art of cooking. Students will independently cook a new meal each class while under the close supervision of an adult. Participants should be prepared to work with personal induction cooktops and ovens. Each class students will cook one treat to eat and one to take home. This program will run FEB 25-MAR 10. (Min 6/Max 12) TU 6P FEB 25 PPC 105042-A2 3 WEEKS $45/55

Come Play with Me (Walking-Age 5)

Do you have the force? Enroll in our three-hour Jedi Training Camp to hone your Jedi skills. Students will learn to wield a light saber, maintain a balance between light and dark and become one with the force. Exercises will develop physical, mental and spiritual skills necessary for any great Jedi. All participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of their training. Children are encouraged to bring lightsabers. Help us defeat the Dark Side! (Min 6/Max 12) SA 9A MAY 2 PP 105027-A1 1 DAY $25/30

Mother's Day Craft (Walking-Age 12)

Looking for something unique your child could make for mom? Sign up for our Mother's Day Program! Your child will make a unique gift which will come home wrapped and paired with a personalized card. Parents are asked to stay and assist during the Walking-5 YRS session. (Min 5/Max 12) W 6P MAY 6 CR 105040-A1 Walking-5 YRS $25/30 W 7:15P MAY 6 CR 105040-A2 6-12 YRS $25/30

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Jr. Ranger Program (Ages 8-15)

Explore. Learn. Protect. This is the Junior Ranger motto for the National Park Service. Participate in Wentzville’s Jr. Ranger Program by visiting your local parks to complete a series of tasks, answer questions and receive an official Junior Ranger certificate. Materials for this program may be picked up at Progress Park Recreation Center and completed at the participant’s convenience. When the program packet is completed, turn this in at Progress Park for a Park Ranger to review.

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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. This program will run every Tuesday through MAY 19. (Min 1/Max 20) TU 10A JAN 7 PP 1 DAY $1/1

Jedi Training Camp (Ages 6-9)

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Keep the mess out of your kitchen and allow your child(ren) to enjoy the fun of decorating and dying eggs with some new friends. During this 45-minute class, each child will decorate one dozen eggs to take home. After decorating, participants will enjoy punch and cookies and a visit from the Easter Bunny! Parents are asked to stay and assist during the Walking-5YRS session. (Min 5/Max 15) W 6P APR 8 CR 105035-A1 1 DAY Walking-5 YRS $23/28 W 7P APR 8 CR 105035-A2 1 DAY 6-9 YRS $23/28

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Introduce your child to this timeless skill! This 90-minute program will teach your child the basics of sewing. Topics such as sewing terminology, stitching patterns, sewing tools and notions and fabrics will be discussed. Each participants will create a uniquely designed pillow case that features their very own name. (Min 5/Max 12)

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Simple Sewing 1 (Ages 7-10)

Hablas Espanol? Learn how! This eight-session class will be instructed by Peter Hult, a Spanish teacher in the Wentzville School District. Children will learn at their own pace while in a supportive setting. Along with professional instruction, all students will have access to online resources to ensure their success in and out of class. Class will meet twice a week from 7-8:15P. Students should bring a smartphone or electronic device and headphones to each class. This session will run April 6-30. (Min 5/Max 15) M/TH 7P APR 6 PP 102035-B1 4 WEEKS $65/75

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Helping Hands (Ages 10-16)

Are you looking for a way to better your community? Wentzville Parks and Recreation offers a FREE volunteer program for youth. This one-hour, once-a-month program will take place on the third Wednesday of each month, except November. Parents will be responsible for transportation to and from the destination. Projects are subject to change as volunteer needs change. W 4:30P JAN 15 PP 105005-A1 Valentines for local nursing home W 4:30P FEB 19 OS 105005-A2 Library Project W 4:30P MAR 18 PP 105005-A3 EGGstravaganza Event Prep W 4:30P APR 15 PP 105005-A4 Earth Day Project W 4:30P MAY 20 OS 105005-A5 Vietnam Memorial Project W 4:30P JUNE 17 OS 105005-A6 Wash Fire Trucks W 4:30P JUL 15 OS 105005-A7 Wash Police Vehicles W 4:30P AUG 19 PP 105005-A8 Handing out treats at Progress Pool W 4:30P SEP 16 OS 105005-A9 FOTWP Trash Pickup W 4:30P OCT 21 PP 105005-AA Monster Mash Event Prep W 4:30P DEC 16 OS 105005-AB Salvation Army Bell Ringing

High School Night at the Rink (Ages 13-17)

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Grab your friends and join us at the Wentzville Ice Arena for a teens only skate night. Music will be loud and the night will be fun! Skaters will be under the supervision of Wentzville’s recreation staff, volunteers and police officers. Register in advance for $6 or pay $8 at the door. Concessions will be available to purchase. Skates are included in your registration fee. Skaters are required to stay the entire time unless signed out by an adult. Skating will be available from 7:10-9:10P. (Min 50/Max 300). TH 7:10P MAR 19 1 DAY 102032-A1 $6

Teen Talent Search

Calling all teen singers, dancers, jugglers, magicians, comedians and more! We are on the search for a variety of local talent to perform at various events. Selected performers will take the stage for up to 15 minutes and share their talent, skill or ability with the community. Judges will score each performance based on a number of categories. Select winners will receive a cash prize. All participants must complete an application and could be called upon to display their skills via an interview. Applications can be found at Progress Park Recreation Center. For other questions, please call (636) 639-2088 or email fun@wentzvillemo.org. Events included are: Easter EGGstravaganza Deadline to apply is MAR 13. Performances will be scheduled anytime between 8:30-9:30A on APR 4. Wentzville Days Deadline to apply is MAY 1. Performances may be scheduled for any day/time during the festival: MAY 15-17. Superhero Hustle Deadline to apply is JUN 5. Performances may be scheduled for any time between 8:30-11A on JUN 27. Liberty Fest Deadline to apply is JUN 12. Performances may be scheduled anytime between 5-6P on JUL 4.

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Child and Babysitting Safety (Ages 11-14)

This Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) program from American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) gives teenagers and young adults everything they need to know for safe and successful babysitting. From getting start with their business, to working with parents and children, to key safety, caregiving and basic first-aid tips. The magazine-format CABS guide and vlogger-style video makes learning fun. This training will run 10A-2P (Min 7/Max 20). SA 10A MAY 23 PP 106004-A1 1 DAY $45/$55

Counselor in Training (Ages 13-15)

As a Counselor in Training (CIT), you'll learn the ins and outs of camp programs and develop skills to be a future counselor. Each week will have a new topic focus, so CITs can register for multiple weeks and continue learning new things. Topics include leadership development, designing activities and games, communication skills, safety, financial responsibility, engaging with campers and much more. The first half of the day will be spent developing these skills. After lunch, CITs will work alongside camp counselors to implement their skills and learn from the counselors. Bring your lunch, swimsuit and a water bottle each day. The CIT program runs from 9A to 4P. If extended care is needed, CITs may register for Camp Wentzville’s Sunrise and Sunset Camp. (Min 1/Max 15) TU-F 1: MAY 26-29 PP 110005-A1 $55/65 M-F 2: JUN 1–5 PP 110005-A2 $55/65 M-F 2: JUN 1-5 PR 110005-B2 $55/65 M-F 3: JUN 8-12 PP 110005-A3 $55/65 M-F 3: JUN 8-12 PR 110005-B3 $55/65 M-F 4: JUN 15-19 PP 110005-A4 $55/65 M-F 4: JUN 15-19 PR 110005-B4 $55/65 M-F 5: JUN 22-26 PP 110005-A5 $55/65 M-F 5: JUN 22-26 PR 110005-B5 $55/65 M-F 6: JUN 29-JUL 3 PP 110005-A6 $55/65 M-F 7: JUL 6-10 PP 110005-A7 $55/65 M-F 7: JUL 6-10 PR 110005-B7 $55/65 M-F 8: JUL 13-17 PP 110005-A8 $55/65 M-F 8: JUL 13-17 PR 110005-B8 $55/65 M-F 9: JUL 20-24 PP 110005-A9 $55/65 M-F 9: JUL 20-24 PR 110005-B9 $55/65 M-F 10: JUL 27-31 PP 110005-AA $55/65 M-F 10: JUL 27-31 PR 110005-BA $55/65 M-F 11: AUG 3-7 PP 110005-AB $55/65 M-F 11: AUG 3-7 PR 110005-BB $55/65 M-F 12: AUG 10-14 PP 110005-AC $55/65 M-F 13: AUG 17-21 PP 110005-AD $55/65

Eagle Scout & Gold Award Project Partnerships

Wentzville Parks and Recreation wants to support our local Boy Scout and Girl Scout leaders by partnering with them to complete their Eagle Scout and Gold Award Projects. Participating Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts can work alongside the Wentzville Parks & Recreation Department to complete a project that makes a uniquely, positive impact on our community. To start a partnership, please call (636) 639-2088 or email fun@wentzvillemo.org with a detailed project proposal. If you do not have a project in mind, we can offer several suggestions. Based upon the details of your project, we will put you in contact with an individual who can support you and your project the most.

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The registration deadline for each week of Camp Wentzville is Sunday (eight days prior) at 11:59P or until all spots are full. If space is available, late registrations after this deadline will be accepted with a $10 late registration fee per child. Late registration is not guaranteed.

Camp Wentzville (Ages 6-12)

Come join the F.R.O.G.S. (Friendly, Reliable, Outstanding, Genuine, Summer Fun!) at Camp Wentzville this summer! Camp runs 9A-4P each day. Campers will swim every day and participate in a wide variety of other activities including games, arts and crafts, cooking, weekly field trips, special guests and much more. Every day is structured with fun, safe and exciting experiences! Throughout the week, campers are also given opportunities to choose their own activities and learn new, exciting skills. Register early; this program fills up quickly! (Min 100/Max 192) TU-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

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Extended Care Card

Individual days of Sunrise or Sunset Camp are available with the purchase of Camp Wentzville’s Extended Care Card. This card may be used a total of five times for either a Sunrise or Sunset Camp one-day session. Extended Care Cards cost $35/45 for five uses.

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Sunrise and Sunset Camps provide care before and after Camp Wentzville’s regular hours. Sunrise Camp runs from 7-9A; and Sunset Camp runs from 4-6P. A Sunrise and Sunset Camp Combo can be purchased for $40/50.

Meet the Camp Staff

Have specific questions you’d like answered? Need more information about camp? Then join us at Parent Night! The Camp Managers will discuss all you need to know about Camp Wentzville. Parent Night isn’t just for parents either. Campers are encouraged to join and meet their future counselors. While parents participate in a presentation, campers may join counselors on the playground to play games and make friends. Snacks and refreshments will be available. W

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Wentzville Holiday Camp (Ages 6-12)

Don’t let your child’s days off of school become a burden! Children ages 6-12 are invited to join us at Wentzville’s new Holiday Camp. While school is out for holidays, professional development days, or earned days off, you can rest assured knowing your child care is covered. Each day will include fun games, a craft, wacky activities and the opportunity to make new friends. Day Camp will run 9A-4P. Sunrise and Sunset Camps provide care before and after camp’s regular hours. Sunrise Camp runs 7A-9A and Sunset Camp runs 4P-6P. (Min 12/Max 36) F M F M F F

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Spring Break Camp (Ages 6-12)

Tons of Fun Camp (Ages 4-5)

Many kids can’t wait to go to camp like their big brother or sister. This is their chance! This camp will be a mini camp, for ages 4-5* and will be packed full of activities. Campers will participate in games, sports, art and craft projects and much more. Morning sessions will need to bring a lunch. Afternoon sessions will need to bring a snack. This camp runs 9A-12:30P and/or 12:30-4P; M-F. Campers may also select to attend both the morning and afternoon session of camp. *Must be potty-trained and not in Kindergarten. (Min 5/Max 24) M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

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Campers ages 6-12 are invited to attend our all-inclusive, five-day Spring Break Camp. While school is out for spring break, the fun of summer camp comes alive! Campers will make new friends and participate in games, arts and crafts, cooking and a field trip to the Wentzville Ice Arena. Spring Break Camp drop-off and pickup will be held in the Progress Park Gym. You may also purchase individual Spring Break Camp days for $30/45 per day. Sunrise and Sunset Camps provide care before and after Camp’s regular hours. A Sunrise and Sunset Camp Combo can be purchased for $40/50. (Min 100/Max 192) M-F M-F M-F M-F

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"You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have." — Maya Angelou Have your kids use their creativity at camp! To register or get more information, please call (636) 332-9236.

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Stress-Free Summer Planning as Easy as ... Let us help make your summer a little more enjoyable by checking a few things off your list!

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Sign your child up for summer camp. They will have a day full of activities, games, crafts and building friendships.

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Sign up for the 9:15A two-week swim lesson session during the same weeks that your child is at camp. Camp staff will escort those signed up for swim lessons to the pool, stay for the duration of the lesson and then escort them back to their group.

Make your day just a bit easier by taking advantage of the camp lunch program. Lunch includes an entrée, two healthy side items and a drink.

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

NOW HIRING

15 Years and older encouraged to apply. Applications are now being accepted for temporary summer positions for lifeguards, concession workers, front desk attendants, day camp counselors, recreation aides and umpires. Applicants must be 15 years or older by MAY 1, 2020. Starting pay varies depending on position and experience.

Learn more and apply online at bit.ly/wentzvillecareers. For more information, please contact the Wentzville Parks and Recreation Office at (636) 332-9236.

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Fun Times - Winter/Spring 2020  

Parks and recreation programs and events for the City of Wentzville for Winter/Spring of 2020.

Fun Times - Winter/Spring 2020  

Parks and recreation programs and events for the City of Wentzville for Winter/Spring of 2020.