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Nicolet

Recreation Department ...Something For Everyone!

Proudly Serving The Communities of Bayside, Fox Point, Glendale, and River Hills

“Fall Leaves” Judith Gahn Murphy www.judithgahnmurphy.com

Bulletin of Programs Fall 2013


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Nicolet Recreation Department

Phone: (414) 351-7566 Fax: (414) 351-4053 www.nicolet.k12.wi.us

6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd. Glendale, WI 53217

On-line registration: https://rec.nicolet.k12.wi.us

Fall Hours

Monday 7:30am - 4:00pm Tuesday 7:30am - 4:00pm Wednesday 7:30am - 4:00pm Thursday 7:30am - 4:00pm Friday 7:30am - 4:00pm Closed for public holidays

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Robert Kobylski, PhD

NHS District School Board

Marilyn Franklin, President Morton Grodsky, Vice-President Joseph Kasle, Clerk Ellen Redeker, Treasurer Libby Gutterman, Member

Community Contacts

Organization:

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Jr. Knights Football Art Sonnenschein - President

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Just Drive - Driver’s Education (414) 962-2600

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Nicolet High School

(414) 351-1700

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North Shore Library

(414) 351-3461

(414) 332-1995

Glendale Little League Baseball (414) 699-3660 Rodd Schneider - President

- Mission Statement The Nicolet Recreation Department provides recreational and lifelong learning opportunities for Nicolet area residents and surrounding communities in an effort to enhance physical and intellectual well-being for ALL.

Nicolet Recreation Department Staff

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Kirk Krychowiak, Director Nate Brooks, Assistant Director Wendy Borchert, Administrative Assistant Al Bell, Administrative Assistant Cindy Schlidt, Aquatics Coordinator Bob Straszewski, Evening Supervisor Beryl Harper, Building Supervisor

Nicolet Recreation Advisory Committee

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Marilyn Franklin, School Board Jim Wick, Chairperson Lisa Vondra, Vice-Chairperson Carolyn Landwehr Dona Mortara Inger Wilkerson Mario Angeli Bill Boppre Carol Pierner Annie Masters Art Sonnenschein

We are a proud member of:

Wisconsin Park & Recreation Association

Southeast Park Recreation Council

United States Tennis Association

Amateur Softball Association

National Recreation and Park Association


Table of Contents Adult Enrichment.................. 39-48 Adult Fitness........................ 49-53 Adult Sports........................ 54-56 Advertising Opportunities...........65 American Red Cross...................10 Aquatics................................. 7-9 Birthday Parties.........................17 Registration Form......................66 NHS Athletic Schedules......... 62-64 Senior Citizens..................... 57-60 Teens.................................. 36-38 Toddlers.............................. 11-12 Youth Enrichment................. 13-16 Youth Sports........................ 19-35

Nicolet Recreation Department Bulletin of Programs July 2013 Published three (3) times yearly: March, July, November Volume 4 (2013), Issue 3 Nicolet High School District 6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd. Glendale, WI 53217 Registration Is Easy Residents and non-residents can register in six hassle-free ways. The Nicolet Recreation Department welcomes ONLINE, mail-in, fax-in, walk-in, phone registrations, and drop box (south driveway of campus). Remember to register early as cancellations may occur due to low enrollment. We welcome cash, check, Visa and Master Card debit/credit cards. Cooperative Programs

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If you see this logo CO-O it indicates we are offering co-op programs with other area recreation departments. By working with other departments, we are able to better serve your recreational needs with expanded program choices. New Programs

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If you see this logo NEW it indicates we are offering this program for the very first time. Please contact us if you would like to offer a new program with the recreation department. We are always looking for new program ideas.

A Special Note of Thanks Thank you to the School Districts of Glendale-River Hills, Fox Point-Bayside and Maple Dale-Indian Hill for providing facilities in which to hold our recreational programs; to our dedicated Nicolet Recreation Advisory Committee; to our staff; and to you, the community for your continued support of the Nicolet Recreation Department. Also, we offer a special thank you to Ron Jaggard, Mike Kroeger, Jim Beckmann, Don Bruening, Laura Andreotti, Tracy Gerharz, Suzi Metzenheim, Debra Campbell, and Patti DeGraff for their assistance with recreation programs at Parkway, Glen Hills, Indian Hill, Maple Dale, Stormonth, and Bayside schools.

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Summer Registration Information Online registration begins Monday, August 12. All other forms of registration (phone, mail-in, fax, walk-in, and drop box) begins on Monday, August 26.

Weekend and Evening Recreation Activities Please enter Nicolet High School through the North Entrance located near the Tennis Courts. Weather Hotline The Nicolet Recreation Department utilizes a weather hotline to better serve our recreational sport organization when inclement weather happens. The hotline is only updated when there has been a change in the program. Please keep it handy: (414) 351-7589 Dear Nicolet High School Community Member, The Nicolet Recreation Department invites you to participate in our extensive program offerings. As you page through our bulletin you will find a total of 135 different programs for the Fall which includes 46 brand new programs! There is truly something for everyone as we have programs for toddlers, youths, teens, adults, and senior citizens. Recreation Art Instructor Judy Gahn Murphy has created another beautiful cover for the bulletin appropriately called “Fall Leaves.” For your convenience, we have activities at 25 different locations in the area from right here at Nicolet High School to the Pettit National Ice Center. We hope you will take advantage of all the activities offered and enjoy your involvement in them! Nathan M. Brooks

Nate Brooks, Assistant Recreation Director


The Glendale-River Hills School District Foundation (the “Foundation”), is sponsoring its 13th annual “Run for the Hills / A Walk in the Park”. The event begins and ends at Parkway Elementary School, and Participants travel along the Milwaukee River Parkway and Kletszch Park trails. Glendale-River Hills School District teachers and staff serve as Course Marshalls and are stationed along the entire route to assist Participants. Participants choose to run or walk a 5K (3.1 miles) course or a 1 mile course. You can visit the Foundation Events website at http://www.glendale.k12.wi.us/Events.aspx to view the map for this year’s route. You can also donate online! Through Run / Walk and other events, since 2001 the Foundation has been able to make grants to the District totaling well over $375,000! Run – Walk is a fun activity for the whole family, fosters community within the District, supports Kletzsch Park, encourages healthy activity, and all net proceeds benefit students within the District. Trophies are awarded to runners placing 1st – 3rd (and ribbons to runners placing 4th – 10th) in three divisions: girls and boys 4th grade and under; girls and boys 5th - 8th grade; and men and women 9th grade and older. If you can't walk or run on October 12, you can still contribute to the Foundation's efforts as a Donor. Date: Day: Time: Location: Fees:

Winning Run/Walk t-shirt design, by Sara Mitchell, Glen Hills Middle School 7th Grade GT art student

Age:

October 12, 2013 Saturday 7:45-8:45am same day registration 9:00am 5K run / walk starts 9:05am 1 mile run / walk starts Parkway Elementary $11 for students through 8th grade $16 for 9th grade and older $13 for Seniors age 55 and older All ages welcome

Register online as a Participant, a Donor (to donate), or as a Course Marshall (to volunteer), through the Nicolet Recreation Department at: http://rec.nicolet.k12.wi.us


All children should be re-evaluated or call Cindy at (414) 531-SWIM if you were not registered during the last 6 months. Participation in a particular skill level does not guarantee passing into the next level. Practice is encouraged.

Class Requirement Description Parent and Child Aquatics Level 1 Ages 6 months to 3.5 years with no previous experience. Children are to wear swim diapers under swimsuit. Level 1 introduces basic skills to parents and children. Parents are taught to safely work with their child in the water, including how to appropriately support their child in the water and how to prepare and encourage their child to participate fully and try the skills. Several water safety topics are also introduced and directed to parents. Parent and Child Aquatics Level 2 Ages 18 months to 3.5 years with completion certificate of all level P/C I skills. Level 2 builds on the skills introduced in Level 1. Participants improve on these skills and learn more advanced skills. Preschool Aquatics Level 1

Ages 3.5 - 5 years without parent. There are no prerequisites for this course.

Level 1 Exit Skills Assessment Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, submerge to mouth and blow bubbles for at lease 3 seconds then safely exit the water. While in shallow water, glide on front at least 2 body lengths, then roll to back and float on back for 3 seconds then recover to a vertical position. Preschool Aquatics Level 2 Ages 3.5 - 5 years without parent. Children entering this course must have a Preschool Aquatics Level 1 certificate to be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements from Preschool Level 1. Level 2 Exit Skills Assessment Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to back, float on back for 5 seconds then recover to a vertical position. Glide on back for at least 2 body lengths, roll to front, float for 5 seconds then recover to a vertical position. Swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for 3 body lengths, roll to back, float for 5 seconds, roll to front then continue swimming on front for 3 body lengths. Preschool Aquatics Level 3 Ages 3.5 - 5 years without parent. Children entering this course must have a Preschool Aquatics Level 2 certificate or must be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements from Preschool Level 2. Level 3 Exit Skills Assessment All preschool aquatics skills are done independently. Step from side into chest deep water, move into a front float for 5 seconds, roll to back, float for 5 seconds and then return to a vertical position. Move into a back float for 5 seconds, roll to front, and then recover to a vertical position. Push off and swim using a combination of arm and leg actions on front for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, roll to front then continue swimming for 5 body lengths. Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills

Ages 6 - 13 years old. There are no prerequisites for this level.

Level 1 Exit Skills Assessment Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, bob 3 times then safely exit the water. Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to a back float for 3 seconds and recover to a vertical position. Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills strate all the completion requirements of Level 1.

Participants entering this course must have a Level 1 certificate or must be able to demon-

Level 2 Exit Skills Assessment Step from side into chest-deep water, move into a front float for 5 seconds, roll to back, float for 5 seconds and then return to a vertical position. Move into a back float for 5 seconds, roll to front then recover to a vertical position. Push off and swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, roll to front then continue swimming for 5 body lengths. Level 3 Stroke Development Participants entering this course must have a Level 2 certificate or must be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements in Level 2 and be comfortable in deep water. Level 3 Exit Skills Assessment Jump into deep water from the side, swim front crawl for 15 yards, maintain position by treading or floating for 30 seconds and swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards. Demonstrate scissors kick and dolphin kick. Level 4 Stroke Improvement onstrate all the completion requirements in Level 3.

Participants entering this course must have a Level 3 certificate or must be able to dem-

Level 4 Exit Skills Assessment Perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 yards, change direction and position as necessary and swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards. Demonstrate backcrawl, breastroke, butterfly, sidestroke. Level 5 Stroke Refinement strate all the course requirements in Level 4.

Participants entering this course must have a Level 4 certificate or must be able to demon-

Level 5 Exit Skills Assessment Perform a shallow-angle dive into deep water, swim front crawl for 50 yards, change direction and position of travel as necessary and swim elementary backstroke for 50 yards. Swim breastroke for 25 yards, change direction and position of travel as necessary and swim back crawl for 25 yards. Level 6 Swimming and Skill Proficiency strate all the skills required to complete Level 5.

Participants entering this course must have a Level 5 certificate or must be able to demon-

Level 6 Exit Skills Assessment Swim 500 yards continuously using any 3 strokes of your choice, swimming at least 50 yards of each stroke. Jump into deep water, perform a survival float for 5 minutes, roll onto back and perform a back float for 5 minutes. Perform a feet-first surface dive, retrieve an object from the bottom of the pool at at depth of 7-10 feet, return to surface and return to starting point. Perform the Cooper 12-minute swim test and compare results with the pre-assessment results. Special Needs - All ages Children with special concerns with parent. Parent must provide all locker room care and in pool water assistance. Instructor will teach parents the skills to assist their child.


* All Swim Lessons Take Place At Glen Hills Middle School *

Level Date Day Time Program# Preschool Level 1 Preschool Level 2 Level 4 & 5 Preschool Level 1

September September September September

22 22 22 22

Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday

4:30 5:00 5:30 6:15

5:00pm 5:30pm 6:15pm 6:45pm

115010-01 115010-02 115010-03 115010-04

School Age Level 3 School Age Level 1 School Age Level 2

September 5 - October 24 September 5 - October 24 September 5 - October 24

Thursday Thursday Thursday

4:30 - 5:15pm 5:15 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 6:45pm

115010-05 115010-06 115010-07

Preschool Level 3 School Age Level 1 Preschool Level 2 Level 4,5,6 Preschool Level 1 School Age Level 3 P/C I P/C II School Age Level 2 Special Needs (all ages)

September September September September September September September September September September

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

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October October October October October October October October October October

26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26

Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

9:00 - 9:30am 9:00 - 9:45am 9:30 - 10:00am 9:45 - 10:30am 10:00 - 10:30am 10:30 - 11:15am 10:30 - 11:15am 11:15 - 12:00noon 11:15 - 12:00noon 12:00 - 12:45pm

115010-08 115010-09 115010-10 115010-11 115010-12 115010-13 115010-14 115010-15 115010-16 115010-17

Preschool Level 1 Preschool Level 2 Level 4 & 5 Preschool Level 1

October October October October

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December December December December

17 17 17 17

Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday

4:30 5:00 5:30 6:15

5:00pm 5:30pm 6:15pm 6:45pm

115010-18 115010-19 115010-20 115010-21

School Age Level 3 School Age Level 1

October 31 - December 12 (skip 11/28) October 31 - December 12 (skip 11/28)

Thursday Thursday

4:30 - 5:30pm 5:30 - 6:30pm

115010-22 115010-23

Preschool Level 3 School Age Level 1 Preschool Level 2 Level 4,5,6 Preschool Level 1 School Age Level 3 P/C I P/C II School Age Level 2 Special Needs (all ages)

November November November November November November November November November November

Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

9:00 - 9:30am 9:00 - 9:45am 9:30 - 10:00am 9:45 - 10:30am 10:00 - 10:30am 10:30 - 11:15am 10:30 - 11:15am 11:15 - 12:00noon 11:15 - 12:00noon 12:00 - 12:45pm

115010-24 115010-25 115010-26 115010-27 115010-28 115010-29 115010-30 115010-31 115010-32 115010-33

29 29 29 29

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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October October October October

December December December December December December December December December December

21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

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Fee:

Questions?

$49.00R / $59.00NR

Call Aquatics Coordinator Cindy Schlidt (414) 531-SWIM

Nicolet Pool

Glen Hills Pool

Average Temperature: 80 degrees Dimensions: 75ft x 30ft Lanes: 8 Deepest Depth: 13ft (diving well) Shallowest Depth: 3.6ft

Average Temperature: 84 degrees Dimensions: 75ft x 20 ft Lanes: 6 Deepest Depth: 10 ft Shallowest Depth: 2.6 ft

Private swim lessons also available. For more information please call Cindy Schlidt at (414) 531-SWIM.


American Red Cross Aquatics are taught by certified instructors/aides with lifeguard training. Swimming instruction is a great way to introduce your child to the water, strengthening positive attitudes and proper swimming techniques. Nicolet Recreation Department is an authorized American Red Cross provider. Please read the following carefully: ÑÑ Children ages 4 years and up need to go into the locker room for their respective gender. ÑÑ All participants should be evaluated prior to the first day of lessons to ensure they are in the proper level, if they haven’t been evaluated in the last 6 months, unless they are in the lowest level. ÑÑ Parents please observe lessons from the outer pool lobby only. ÑÑ Persons observing from deck will be charged the open swim fee daily of $3.00R/$5.00NR ÑÑ Lessons may be combined or cancelled based on enrollment numbers. No makeup classes will be given. ÑÑ Classroom enrollment minimum is 5 participants; maximum is 6 participants per instructor for pre school levels ÑÑ Class enrollment minimum is 6 participants; maximum is 10 participants per instructor for school age levels. ÑÑ Registration deadline is the Thursday prior to the start of the session. ÑÑ All persons must exit the building 15 minutes after the conclusion of any aquatic program. ÑÑ Contact Cindy @ 531-SWIM if you need a skill assessment. Open/Lap Swim

This combined program of family swim and lap swim is a great opportunity for you and your family to enjoy water indoors. Open swim is open to all ages, while lap swim is open to ages 12 years and up. A swim test will be required for those children wishing to swim in the deep end. Due to safety reasons, water rings and tubes are not allowed. It is recommended that all persons bring a lock to secure personal belongings, however, the lock must be removed and taken home at the end of the swim period. Pool rules, regulations and other pertinent information are posted in the pool area. All persons not participating in open/lap swim must observe from the outer lobby or pay a participant fee. All children under 8 years of age must be accompanied in the pool by a paying adult. Limit 2 free children per adult. Exact change only will be accepted at pool location. All persons must exit the building 15 minutes after the conclusion of any aquatic program. Swim Test: Swim 22 yards front crawl non-stop with breathing—then without stopping tread water for 20 seconds IF NO PARTICIPANTS ARE IN THE POOL WITH 30 MINUTES LEFT—THE LIFEGUARD WILL CLOSE THE POOL. Open Swim - Glen Hills Pool Fee/Program#: Date: Day: Time: $40.00R/$50.00NR 20-punch pass September 3 - December 17 Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:30 - 6:30pm 453501-01 September 7 - December 21 Saturdays 9:00am - 12noon $50.00R/$63.00NR 30-punch pass 453500-01 Lap Swim - NHS Pool (Lap swim is also available during all the open swim times) $3.00R/$5.00NR at door Date: Day: Time: (Children under 4 free with paying adult September 3 - December 20 Monday - Friday 5:45 - 6:45am in the pool; Limit 2 per adult) September 4 - December 18 Mon. & Wed. 7:00 - 8:00pm Glen Hills and Nicolet Pools will be closed November 28/29 & December 22 thru January 1

Masters Swim

Stay in shape, build strength, stamina, and cardiovascular fitness. Great for tri-athletes, competing Master Swimmers, and for stayin-shape swimmers. Registration with National Masters Program is not included. If you need more information, please call 351-7566 or leave a message for Coach Cindy Schlidt at (414) 531-SWIM. Competition is optional and the workouts are exhilarating. Are you from another swim team or just visiting...drop in for only $5.00 per person for the morning! Locker room closes 15 minutes after completion. Date: September 3 - November 27 Age: 18 years and up Day: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays Fee: $110.00R/$130.00NR Time: 5:45 - 6:45am Program#: 135080-01 Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

The complete Nicolet & Glen Hills Aquatic Schedule is located on the Nicolet Website www.nicolet.k12.wi.us (then click on recreation) If you are interested in setting up a water badge workshop for your Boy or Girl Scout group please call Cindy Schlidt at (414) 531-SWIM.


Babysitting Basic

The purpose of this course is to provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. Skills include a guide to leadership, the business of babysitting, being safe and sound on the job, understanding kids from 0 to 10, caring for kids from feeding to bedtime, and it’s an emergency...Now what? Must attend the entire day, complete all skills with competency. Please bring notebook and pen. Includes Infant/Child CPR and First Aid certification opportunities. Reduced fee does not apply. Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to start with details of class requirements/prerequisites All booklets for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are now online. Date: November 1 & 8 Day: Fridays Time: 4:30 - 7:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Library Age: 11 years & up Fee: $85.00R/$95.00NR Program#: 134050-01 Min/Max: 6/14 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

Infant/Child CPR

Are you prepared to keep your family and work place safe? This program will help ensure safety and a chance to become certified. Includes: hands on skills training preparing you to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies. Includes Infant/Child CPR skills. Must pass tests and practical skills tests with 80% or higher to be certified. Need proof of certification for recertification. Certification is valid for two years. Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to start with details of class requirements/prerequisites All booklets for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are now online. Date: November 15 & 22 Day: Fridays Time: 4:30 - 7:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Library Age: 11 years and up Fee: $73.00R/$83.00NR $54.00R/$64.00NR (review fee) Program#: 134010-01 Min/Max: 6/12 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

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Preschool Spanish

Preschool French

İ EN SUS MARQUES, LISTOS, FUERA! READY, SET, GO! Would you like your preschooler to get a head start in Spanish? At this young age it’s easy. Join your child in the marvels of language learning through games, songs, toys and other activities. Your child will marvel at what Señora pulls out of her prop bag. Come learn with us.

A tes marques, prêts, partez! Ready, set, go! Would you like your preschooler to get a head start in French? At this young age it’s easy. Join your child in the marvels of language learning through games, songs, toys and other activities. Your child will marvel at what Madame pulls out of her prop bag. Come learn with us.

Date: September 11 - October 16 Day: Wednesdays Time: 9:30 - 10:10am Location: Good Hope School Age: 2 - 5 years Fee: $60.00R/$70.00NR Program#: 112200-01 Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Senora Deirdre Halat

Date: September 11 - October 16 Day: Wednesdays Time: 10:15 - 10:55am Location: Good Hope School Age: 2 - 5 years Fee: $60.00R/$70.00NR Program#: 112201-01 Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Senora Deirdre Halat

NEW!

NEW!

Baby Signs

The Baby Signs program helps parents and their babies communicate at a time in a baby’s life when they find it difficult and frustrating to express their needs. Baby Signs reduces frustration, builds trust, allows babies to share their world, and jump starts intellectual development. During the 6 week class, families learn signs with fun songs and games. The class fee includes the Baby Signs Parent Kit. Date: September 10 - October 15 Age: 6 months - 2 years NEW! Day: Tuesdays Fee: $75.00R/$85.00NR Time: 9:30 - 10:30am Program#: 112202-01 Location: Good Hope School Min/Max: 8/15 Instructor: Jackie Shanti, Certified Baby Signs Instructor


Gymnastics

Age-appropriate skills will be introduced and developed in this recreational instruction program. Participants will practice movements ranging from basic tumbling to use of balance beam and uneven parallel bars. Participants should wear nonrestrictive clothing such as a bodysuit, t-shirt, shorts, gymnastics slippers, cotton socks, or bare feet. No tights, nylon socks, clothing with zippers, belt buckles, or jewelry. Long hair should be tied back. Location: Nicolet High School - Gym 2 (gymnastics area) Fee: $54.00R/$64.00NR Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: NHS Gymnastics Staff Level: Mom & Tot Nicsters Nicotiers Mom & Tot Nicsters Nicotiers

Age: 18 months - 2 years 3 years 4 - 5 years 18 months - 2 years 3 years 4 - 5 years

Date: Sept. 23 - Nov. 11 Sept. 23 - Nov. 11 Sept. 23 - Nov. 11 Sept. 28 - Nov. 16 Sept. 28 - Nov. 16 Sept. 28 - Nov. 16

Day: Mondays Mondays Mondays Saturdays Saturdays Saturdays

Time: 5:00 - 5:30pm 5:30 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 6:35pm 10:00 - 10:30am 10:30 - 11:00am 11:00 - 11:35am

Program#: 111141-01 111141-02 111141-03 111141-04 111141-05 111141-06

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Lego Crazy Action Contraptions

Lets Get Moving with Lego’s Machine Sets

Work with a partner to build exciting and crazy contraptions. Using Lego Technic pieces and rubber bands, we will build contraptions from the supercharged Rubber Band Racer, Automatic Field Goal Kicker, the Candy Machine, Trapdoor Car Parachute machine to the Ping-Pong Popper — all these contraptions spin, stretch, speed, or otherwise spring into action. Push your imagination to the limit and build awesome contraptions with superclear instructions and step-by-step diagrams.

Build a Sail Car, Drag Racers and various powered Machines using Lego Education 9686 Education sets! This Fun Lego brick set builds Simple Machines & Mechanisms. Students will partner up to build and explore machines and mechanisms, investigate motorized machines and alternative energy powered projects. These class activities build on design technology, science and mathematics and the awesome power of conventional and alternative energy.

Date: October 7 - 28 Day: Mondays Time: 3:45 - 4:45pm Location: Parkway School Grade: 1st - 5th Fee: $40.00R/$50.00NR Program#: 112120-01 Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Date: November 11 - December 9 (skip 11/25) Day: Mondays Time: 3:45 - 4:45pm Location: Parkway School Grade: 1st - 5th NEW! Fee: $40.00R/$50.00NR Program#: 112121-01 Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

NEW!

Early Release Days at Indian Hill with Computer Explorers

Junior Science - Students use the QX3 and QX5 Digital Blue Microscope which connects to a computer allowing everyone to see magnified images on the monitor! Students will discover and explore endless investigations including: fingerprinting, money, live (unharmed) insects and many other fascinating topics. They will create slides, movies and other science goodies! This is an action packed class!! Roamer the Robot, Bee Bot and Friends by Valiant - Come explore LOGO programing with Roamer the Robot and Friends. LOGO programing is a simple, sequence language that students of all ages find to be fun and challenging. The various robots will teach estimation, addition, subtraction, fractions, angles and many more fun surprises along the way. Just wait to you meet their special friend – he is a class favorite and is sure to delight all! The Robots will share favorite stories, complete obstacle courses and can even go bowling with the students! Digital Blue Movie Making - Let youR Movie Making imagination soar using Digital Blue Movie Maker. Students working together in groups will create their very own slideshow using their digital pictures, adding special effects, sounds and narrative. This user friendly software has always been a favorite of the movie making students! Lights, Camera, Action! Please bring a bag lunch as lunch will not be served on these days. Participants will eat lunch in their respective program classrooms Day: Wednesdays Time: 12:00 - 3:00pm Location: Indian Hill School Fee: $45.00R/$55.00NR Min/Max: 10/16 Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

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Session: Grade: Date: Program#: Junior Science K4 & K5 September 25 112122-01 Junior Science 1st & 2nd September 25 112122-02 Roamer the Robot, Bee Bot and Friends by Valiant K4 & K5 November 20 112122-03 Digital Blue Movie Making 1st & 2nd November 20 112122-04 Digital Blue Movie Making K4 & K5 December 18 112122-05 Roamer the Robot, Bee Bot and Friends by Valiant 1st & 2nd December 18 112122-06

KidStage

KidStage is a youth drama program designed to create a fun-filled, high energy atmosphere that incorporates acting exercises, theatre games and drama skills. The curriculum will enhance confidence, creativity, self-esteem, teamwork, problem-solving skills, memorization skills, concentration and leadership. All KidStage classes culminate in a performance - giving EVERY student a stage role and the opportunity to demonstrate their skills before their parents and the community Larger classes will be broken up into small groups based on age and experience. KidStage - Where Every Kid’s a Star! Date: October 5 - November 16 (skip 10/26) Day: Saturdays Location: Lydell Community Center - Room 17 5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Milwaukee Northshore KidStage Staff Session: I II

Age: 3 - 4 years old 5 - 7 years old

Time: 9:30 - 10:15am 10:30 - 11:30am

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Fee: $60.00R/$70.00NR $65.00R/$75.00NR

Program#: 112390-01 112390-02


Beginning Orchestra Lessons

This class is for students who wish to try the violin, viola, or cello. This is a beginning string experience for those who have not taken lessons before; methodology used by the teacher is traditional note-reading rather than Suzuki. Students provide their own instruments and will also need “Essential Elements Book One” for their instrument and a folding music stand, all brought to each lesson. A recital for parents will be the culminating event. Date: September 12 - December 19 (skip 10/24 & 11/28) Day: Thursdays Time: 8:00 - 8:40am Location: Stormonth School - Music Room Grade: 1st - 4th Fee: $130.00R/$150.00NR Program#: 112232-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Twila Bergeron

Groovy Guitars I

This is a beginning group guitar class for elementary-age students. We’ll learn to play simple melodies on three strings, as well as a few simple chords. This beginning class will use traditional notation to read melodies, but guitar tablature with chords. Students need their own appropriately-sized acoustic guitars as well as the book “Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book One” and a folding music stand, brought to each lesson. Teacher will provide healthy snacks at the beginning of each lesson. A recital for parents will be the culminating event. Pick-up time is 4:40; there is no bus service at this time. Date: September 12 - November 21 (skip 10/24) Day: Thursdays Time: 3:40 - 4:40pm Location: Stormonth School - Music Room Grade: 1st - 4th Fee: $150.00R/$170.00NR Program#: 112233-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Twila Bergeron

Early Release Handicrafts

This class is designed to offer elementary age students the opportunity to learn handcrafting techniques including knitting and sewing in a calm and relaxing atmosphere. Students will assemble materials for their own sewing boxes, and then choose several projects ranging from sewn tote bags, fringe-tied blankets, decorative pillows, pet pillows, and holiday crafts. The class fee includes all materials (other than the occasional recycled T-shirt brought from home), tea and snacks. Students who enjoy crafts and a calm atmosphere in the middle of a busy week will benefit most. Pick-up time is 4:00; there is no bus service at this time. Date: September 25; October 9, 23 November 6, 20; December 4, 18 Day: Wednesdays Time: 2:30 - 4:00pm Location: Stormonth School - Art Room Grade: 1st - 4th NEW! Fee: $175.00R/$195.00NR Program#: 112234-01 Min/Max: 10/15 Instructor: Twila Bergeron

Friday Morning Orchestra

This class, held at Stormonth School, is for students who have had some string playing experience and who wish to be part of an ensemble playing orchestra repertoire. This class is designed to give elementary string students the opportunity to play together prior to their middle school years. A recital for parents will be the culminating event. Students provide their own instruments and folding music stand, brought to each lesson. Date: September 13 - December 20 (skip 10/25 & 11/29) Day: Fridays Time: 8:00 - 8:40am Location: Stormonth School - Music Room Grade: 1st - 4th Fee: $130.00R/$150.00NR Program#: 112231-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Twila Bergeron

Groovy Guitars Continuing

This class is a continuation of Groovy Guitars I. We will continue to learn notes and chords in traditional notation and tablature. In addition, we’ll begin studying chord progressions and will tryout out the electric and bass guitars (teacher-provided). As in the first class, students will need their own appropriately-sized acoustic guitars, the book “Hal Leonard Guitars Method Book One,” and a folding music stand, all brought to each lesson. Additional teacher-provided materials may cover blues improvisation, bar chords, and scale studies. Teacher will provide healthy snacks at the beginning of each lesson. A recital for parents will be the culminating event. Pick-up time is 4:40; there is no bus service at this time. Date: September 11, 18; October 2, 16, 30 November 13; December 11 Day: Wednesdays Time: 3:40 - 4:40pm Location: Stormonth School - Music Room Grade: 1st - 4th Fee: $105.00R/$125.00NR Program#: 112230-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Twila Bergeron

Make it Yourself!

Why wait for someone else to bake something wonderful when you can do it yourself? This course will teach you how to make great tasting food using natural and locally sourced ingredients. Classes include: Bread and Butter, Apple of My Eye, Breakfast for Dinner, Let Us Eat Cake and Class Choice (class will select an item to bake) Date: September 7 - October 12 (skip 10/5) Day: Saturdays Time: 3:30 - 5:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Grade: 6th - 8th Fee: $100.00R/$120.00NR NEW! Program#: 112024-01 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Lisa Harper, owner of Mrs. Whoopie, LLC, a custom bakery and catering company.


Chess

Beginning - Intermediate: this class is for those new to chess or with ratings less than 800. Students will work on opening game strategies and tactics. Intermediate – Advanced: this class is for veteran tournament players with ratings above 800 and/or with 3 to 5 years of chess playing experience. Players will work on middle game and end game strategies. For more info call 262-573-5624. Date: October 1 - December 3 Level: Time: Program#: Day: Tuesdays Beginning - Intermediate 5:00 - 6:15pm 112161-01 Location: Nicolet High School - Room B111 Intermediate – Advanced 6:30 - 7:45pm 112161-02 Grade: 1st – 6th Fee: $95.00R/$105.00NR Min/Max: 10/20 Instructor: Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff

Chess Club at Stormonth School

Students will participate in club activities, learn beginning to intermediate skills in chess and compete in club chess ladders and tournaments. Medals and trophies awarded for final club tournament. Beginners welcome. For more info call 262-573-5624. Date: October 2 - December 18 (skip 10/23, 11/27) Day: Wednesdays NEW! Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm Location: Stormonth School Grade: 1st – 4th Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Program#: 112162-01 Min/Max: 10/30 Instructor: Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff

Philosophy with Children

Date: October 3 - December 19 (skip 10/24, 11/28) NEW! Day: Thursdays Time: 7:15 - 8:15am Location: Maple Dale School Grade: 3rd - 8th Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Program#: 112163-01 Min/Max: 10/30 Instructor: Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff

The program works on developing critical thinking, creative thinking and ethical and social skills, such as reasoning, problem-solving as a democratic community and more. The discussions and activities focus on exploring life’s big questions as well as key everyday concepts such as ‘fairness’, ‘friendship’ ‘lying’ and more, while using stories, films, TV shows, images and sounds as generating narratives. Class involved questioning, discussions, thinking exercise and creative activities.

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Chess Club at Maple Dale School

This chess club will teach chess to beginning to intermediate level chess ability using WSCF’s chess school curriculum and certificate program. Instruction will be balanced with instruction and active play. All players will participate in a 5 round Swiss style tournament during the last 5 weeks of the class. For more info call 262-573-5624.

“How To Eat A Brownie - Children’s Etiquette”

Well-mannered children have a lifelong advantage in job situations and in relationships. We start with introductions, shaking hands, and projecting confidence. We continue with conversation skills, family etiquette, what the “R” stands for in R.S.V.P., and writing memorable thank you notes. At the last class, we will eat a brownie while holding the silverware European style. The reasons for the rules are always made clear, and there are activities in every class.

NE Date: October 7 - November 25 Date: November 7 - 21 Day: Mondays Day: Thursdays Time: 5:00 - 6:00pm Time: 4:00 - 5:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room F105 Location: Nicolet High School - Room B111 Age: 6 - 8 years Age: 7 - 12 years old Fee: $120.00R/$130.00NR Fee: $82.00R/$92.00NR Program#: 111730-01 Program#: 112170-01 Min/Max: 5/15 Min/Max: 6/14 Instructor: Maya Levanon, Ed.D, MA (philosophy) Instructor: Margery Sinclair Learn Chinese with Cricket Academy

Mandarin Chinese is the most widely-spoken language in the world (1+billion people). Cricket Academy is an educational organization with a reputation for providing high quality instruction in Chinese language (Mandarin) and culture to English speaking families. With our focus on FUN in learning, we lead the way in making the Chinese language more familiar and more approachable to families. Date: October 1 - December 17 Day: Tuesdays Time: 3:45 - 4:45pm Location: Parkway School Grade: K4 - 3rd Fee: $170.00R/$190.00NR Program#: 112480-01 Min/Max: 10/15 Instructor: Cricket Academy Staff

NEW! Cricket Academy OF CHINESE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE


Spooky, Silly Science Show

Prepare for science tricks & treats as we present our most famous Halloween elixirs. We’ll show you how a Mad Scientist prepares their costume with a bit of FLASH and flare! Jr. Scientists will love to find out how the seemingly sane Mr. Bernoulli helped the Mad Scientist float an eyeball in the air. Cauldrons of frothing witches brews and warlock potions will complete your experience with the most “maddening” Halloween ever! All will have a few hours of gruesome goodness and fun. (The show is not scary, just fun!!!) After the show the kids will get to tour through some Hands-on Fun Stations: - Make your own Spider Slime to take home - Make your own yummy Edible Ghosts. Date: October 19 Day: Saturday Time: 9:00 - 11:00am Location: Nicolet High School - Room B111 Age: 4 - 12 years old Fee: $33.00R/$43.00NR Program#: 112140-01 Min/Max: 12/24 Instructor: Mad Science Staff

Wacky Winter Science Show

Join a real Mad Scientist for a few hours of festive fun! We will start the program off with our Wacky Winter Science Show! Through a mixture of science and magic the children will see a playing card vanish only to reappear again neatly gift-wrapped! Kids will hear how Frosty Eggbert ate too many holiday treats and now needs our scientists help to fit back into his house. Watch as our special Snowman is de-frosted right before their eyes! We need some brave audience volunteers to help us discover how Jack Frost can fill an eight-foot air bag with one breath. Then, as a grand finale, the Mad Scientist will introduce the audience to a mysterious cool rock???? What is it, you’ll have to wait until the show to find out. For added fun, the Mad Scientist will make bubbling potions and create clouds of fog. After the show the kids will get to tour through some Hands-on Fun Stations: - Make your own Snowy Forest Crystal Gardens (and learn a little Chemistry in the process!) - Holiday Magic Bracelets –using special beads sensitive to UV lights the kids will make their own creations! - Make your own Winter Sparkle Slime to take home Date: December 14 Day: Saturday Time: 9:00 - 11:00am Location: Nicolet High School - Room B111 Age: 4 - 12 years old Fee: $38.00R/$48.00NR Program#: 112141-01 Min/Max: 12/24 Instructor: Mad Science Staff

Fall Nature Nymphs

Calling all adventurous 4-8 yr.olds! Come explore the incredible Nicolet Woods with an experienced naturalist and teacher! As summer slips into autumn, we’ll fall into discovering woodland secrets.-Who migrates? Aestivates? Hibernates? How do leaves get their colors? Where do flowers and butterflies go? Take part in the International Simulated Monarch Migration and, enjoy traditional harvest fun, stories, games, art, science, music, critter encounters & more.Healthy snacks included! Don’t miss this brand new adventure!! Date: September 14 - October 12 Day: Saturdays Time: 12:30 - 3:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B111 Age: 4 - 8 years old Fee: $105.00R/$120.00NR Program#: 112194-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Wendy Seaman


Name of Parent/Guardian: __________________________________________ Date: _______ Address: _______________________________________ City: _______________Zip: ______ Cell Phone: _________________ E-mail Address: ___________________________________ Name of Child: _____________________ Birthdate: ______________ Age: _______ Grade: __

Date Requested: ___________________________ Saturdays or Sundays 1:00 - 3:00pm (times are flexible) Recreation Party

Imagination Party

Gymnastics Party

Dance Party

Crafting Party

Program#: 412100-01 $104.00R/ $124.00NR

Pool Party Program#: 412100-02 $104.00R/ $124.00NR

Program#: 412100-03 $199.00R/ $219.00NR

Program#: 412100-04 $104.00R/ $124.00NR

Program#: 412100-05 $104.00R/ $124.00NR

Program#: 412100-06 $145.00R/ $155.00NR

This party pack age is great for those high energy kids! We will customize a sport or game party with a variety of games and athletic activities. Games include but are not limited to: basketball, soccer, volleyball and various playground games.

This party package is excellent for those kids who love the water! Our host or hostess will give a swim test to all participants ensuring their safety. Children can participate in relay races, diving contests and have fun with a variety of water toys.

This party package provides an hour of entertainment from Mr. Story, a local storyteller and entertainer.  Parties include your choice of parachute games, personalized stories, jokes, puppet shows, dancing, singing, magic and physical challenges.

This party package is great for kids that love gymnastics! Participants will be able to use the balance beam, parallel bars, and much more.

This party package is great for kids that love dancing! We provide the dance & games, you choose the style of dance and songs. From football to Disney to hip hop to ballet princess themes, we do it all!

Choose one of three different craft activities using puffy paints, glitter glue, fabric markers, rhinestones, beads, buttons, and more….or we can customize a project just for your birthday kid!!

Max: 25 kids

Max: 15 kids

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Max: 12 kids

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Bring your own food and dinnerware, and we’ll happily provide the space! Requests for the birthday parties must be made at least two weeks in advance. We reserve the right to cancel the party for any unforeseen problem or if payment is not received. Special requests may require additional fees, which must be paid prior to the event. All parties are held at Nicolet High School. It is customary to tip your birthday party host, but it is not required. It is your choice ($5 - $20 usual range). Attendance: ________ Age Range: ________ T-shirt size:________________ Payment by: Cash_____

Special Needs: _____________________

Total Fee, due at the time of request:

$__________

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Credit Card: MC/ VISA # ________ - _________- ________ - ________ Expiration Date:____ “As a participant in this program, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury and I agree to assume the full risk of any injury, damage or loss which I may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with such a program. I agree to waive and relinquish claims that I may have as a result of participating in this program against the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School District and its officers, agents servants and employees. I do hereby fully release and discharge the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School District and its officers, agents, servants and employees from any and all claims from injuries, damage or loss which I may have to occur to me on account of my participation in this program. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School District and its officers, agents, servants employees from any all claims resulting from injuries, damages and losses sustained by me and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with the activities of this program.” I HAVE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THE ABOVE PROGRAM DETAILS AND WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS.

Signature: ______________________________________________________ Date: ________________


NICOLET HIGH SCHOOL PERFORMING ARTS CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR NOVEMBER 1, 2, 8, 9: FALL PLAY 7:30 p.m. in the Theatre 23: CHILDREN’S PLAY 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. in the Studio Theater 24: CHILDREN’S PLAY 1:30 p.m. in the Theatre DECEMBER 10: Orchestra Concert 7:30 p.m. in the Studio Theater 12: Choir Concert 7:30 p.m. in the Theatre 19: Band Concert 7:30 p.m. in the Theatre FEBRUARY 14, 15, 21, 22: MUSICAL 7:30 p.m. in the Theatre 19: Senior Citizen Performance of MUSICAL 1:30 p.m. in the Theatre 23: MUSICAL 2:00 p.m. in Theatre MARCH 14: Combined Music Concert (Band, Choir, Orchestra) 7:30 p.m. in the Theatre MAY 2, 3, 9, 10: SPRING PLAY 7:30 p.m. in Studio Theatre 4: SPRING PLAY 2:00 p.m. in the Studio Theatre 22: Band Concert 7:30 p.m. in the Theatre 29: Orchestra Concert 7:30 p.m. in the Theatre JUNE 3: Choir Concert 7:30 p.m. in the Theatre Nicolet High School-- 6701 North Jean Nicolet Road --Glendale, WI 53217 www.nicolet.k12.wi.us Ticket Orders: (414) 351-8170

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Be a Supporter of the Performing Arts for the 2013 -14 Season  Place your business ad to appear in the programs for the musical, fall, and spring plays, choir, band and orchestra concerts.  Become a Benefactor, Sustainer, Patron, or Friend of the Performing Arts and your name will appear in all programs (donations are tax deductible.) Contact Chris Macon at Nicolet (414/351-7561 or chris_macon@nicolet.k12.wi.us) for order forms or more information. Deadline to submit forms for ads/donations is September 30, 2013.


Fee: $52.00R/$62.00NR

This co-ed 7 vs. 7 program focuses on teaching the basics of football while preparing players for tackle football. Players will learn the fundamentals of running, throwing, receiving, and kicking. Participants play for their respective schools and compete against other schools in the district. All participants will receive a t-shirt. On Monday, October 14th all games will be played at Nicolet Stadium!!! Registration fills up fast—don’t delay, register today! Registration deadline: Friday, September 13th. A $15.00 late fee will be accessed for registrations after September 13th. The deadline will be strictly adhered to in our efforts to allow time for making team assignments, ordering team shirts, securing equipment, and creating game schedules. Officials needed: High school age students are hired to officiate games. If you have an interest in officiating flag football, please email: nate_brooks@nicolet.k12.wi.us Parents, we need you! Teams will be coached by parent volunteers. For those interested in coaching, please email: nate_brooks@nicolet.k12.wi.us There will be a coaches meeting on Tuesday, September 17th at 6:00pm - Nicolet High School - athletic conference room. All coaches MUST attend the meeting. You will receive rosters, game schedules, and go over rules, etc. Volunteers are vital to this program. Schedule

Type: Practice Practice Game Game Game Game Game

Date: September 21 September 28 October 5 October 14 October 19 October 26 November 2

Time: Location: 9:00 - 11:00am Glen Hills Middle School - Backfields 9:00 - 11:00am Glen Hills Middle School - Backfields morning Glen Hills Middle School - Backfields evening Nicolet High School - Main Field morning Glen Hills Middle School - Backfields morning Glen Hills Middle School - Backfields morning Glen Hills Middle School - Backfields

*Please note that game schedules & jerseys will be distributed at the second practice

1st & 2nd Grade League School: Program#: Parkway 111030-01 Stormonth 111030-02 Indian Hill 111030-03 St. Eugene/St. John 111030-04 Other Schools 111030-05

3rd & 4th Grade League School: Program#: Parkway/Glen Hills 111030-06 Stormonth 111030-07 Maple Dale 111030-08 St. Eugene/St. John 111030-09 Other Schools 111030-10


Youth Skill Girls Basketball Clinic

This basketball clinic for girls players will be instructed by NHS Head Varsity Basketball Coach Rick DeKeyser and many of the current Nicolet Varsity players.  Participants will be instructed in the offensive fundamentals of basketball.  Drills and lessons will be taught in shooting, passing and dribbling.  The clinic will also include full court scrimmages and games.  Players will be divided up by grade level. Price includes t-shirt (please indicated t-shirt size on registration form). Date:       Day:         Time:          Location:   Instructor:      

October 12 - November 16 (skip 10/19) Grade:       Saturdays Fee:              8:30 - 10:00am Program#:     Nicolet High School - Gym 2 Min/Max:       Rick DeKeyser, NHS Head Girls Basketball Coach

1st - 8th grade $50.00R/$60.00NR 111050-01 12/50

NICOLET GIRLS CLUB BASKETBALL REGISTRATION/TRYOUTS - NICOLET HIGH SCHOOL

Saturday September 7th 4-6pm 4th – 8th Grade Girls

This is a mandatory tryout for all players. If unable to attend this date, contact shall5@wi.rr.com.

NLK is a development club, no experience is necessary and its never too late to start. Seeking players looking to acquire basketball skills, and along the way, attain valuable life skills. Information on the club and upcoming fall schedule will be shared.

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Jr. Knights Select Boys Basketball Tryouts Are you interested in playing basketball for the Jr. Knights Select Boys Basketball team?

Saturday, September 21 Nicolet High School - Gym 1 6-8pm Open to boys from Glendale, Fox Point, Bayside and River Hills in grades 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th. Public or private school students welcome. Players must attend tryouts! Questions, contact Director Nick Janasik at: (414) 791-6425 or nick.janasik@cbexchange.com


Slammers Basketball For Boys & Girls In Grade 1

A winter recreation basketball league for boys and girls in 1st grade. All participants will be assigned to teams by the Recreation Office. Teams practice for 30-minutes immediately followed by a 45-minute game. 8 ½ foot baskets will be used. Coaches dribble the ball up the court and make an entry pass to one of their players. Registration is limited based upon space available. It is highly recommended to register as soon as possible to assure a spot. DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 1, 2013. Teams will be coached by parent volunteers: For those interested in coaching, please state your interest on the registration form. All Head coaches will need to attend the coaches meeting on Thursday, January 2nd, 7:00pm, in the Range Line School Conference Room. Date: January 5 - February 16 Day: Sundays Time: Start time of 4:30pm (One hour and fifteen minutes that includes practice and game) Location: Homestead High School - Field House 5000 W. Mequon Rd. - Mequon Grade: 1st Fee: $50.00R/$60.00NR Program#: 111051-01

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Slammers Basketball For Boys & Girls In Grades 2 & 3

A winter recreation basketball league for boys and girls in 2nd & 3rd Grade. There will be separate boys and girls divisions. 9-foot baskets will be used. The first date, December 8th, will be an evaluation day and attendance is required. Times for December 8th are as follows: 2nd & 3rd grade girls 12:00 -1:30pm Field House 2nd & 3rd grade boys 3:00 - 4:30pm Field House December 15th will be a practice day ONLY. Game dates are January 5, 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16, 23. A schedule of game times will be created, and you will be notified by your coach. Each game date will include a 30-minute practice followed by a game. There will be no other practices outside of the Sunday game dates. Times for game dates are listed below. Registration is limited based upon space available. It is highly recommended to register as soon as possible to assure a spot. Registration for Slammers needs to be completed on the Slammers Basketball Registration Form. NO REQUESTS GRANTED TO PLAY WITH FRIENDS, CAR POOL REASONS, or SCHOOL – TEAMS ARE BASED ON EVALUATION DAY RESULTS, HEIGHT, WEIGHT, and GRADE. DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 1, 2013. Teams will be coached by parent volunteers: For those interested in coaching, please state your interest on the registration form. All coaches will need to attend one of the two scheduled coaches meetings: Monday, November 25th or Tuesday, December 3rd, 7:00pm, in the Range Line School Conference Room. All coaches will have to be present for the evaluation on Sunday, December 8th. Date: December 8 - February 23 (skip 12/22, 12/29) Day: Sundays Location: Homestead High School - Field House 5000 W. Mequon Rd. - Mequon Grade: 2nd - 3rd Fee: $55.00R/$65.00NR

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Level: Time: Program#: Girls 12noon 111052-01 Boys 1:30pm or 3:00pm 111052-02

Slammers Basketball For Boys & Girls In Grades 4 & 5

A winter recreation basketball league for boys and girls in 4th & 5th Grade. There will be separate boys and girls divisions. 10-foot baskets will be used. The first date, December 8th, will be an evaluation day and attendance is required. Times for December 8th are as follows: 4th & 5th grade girls 12:00 -1:30pm Main Gym 4th & 5th grade boys 1:30 –3:00pm Field House December 15th will be a practice day ONLY. Game dates are January 5, 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16, & 23. A schedule of game times will be created, and you will be notified by your coach. Each game date will include a 30-minute practice followed by a game. Additional practice times will be available during the season and times will be notified to the coaches. Games in the 4-5 grade division will be officiated by an adult. Registration is limited based upon space available. It is highly recommended to register as soon as possible to assure a spot. Registration for Slammers needs to be completed on the Slammers Basketball Registration Form. NO REQUESTS GRANTED TO PLAY WITH FRIENDS, CAR POOL REASONS, or SCHOOL – TEAMS ARE BASED ON EVALUATION DAY RESULTS, HEIGHT, WEIGHT, and GRADE. DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 1, 2013. Teams will be coached by parent volunteers: For those interested in coaching, please state your interest on the registration form. All coaches will need to attend one of the two scheduled coaches meetings: Monday, November 25th or Tuesday, December 3rd, 7:00pm, in the Range Line School Conference Room. All coaches will have to be present for the evaluation on Sunday, December 8th. Date: December 8 - February 23 (skip 12/22, 12/29) Level: Time: Program#: Day: Sundays Girls 12noon 111053-01 Location: Homestead High School Field House Boys 1:30pm or 3:00pm 111053-02 5000 W. Mequon Rd. - Mequon P Grade: 4th - 5th CO-O Fee: $60.00R/$70.00NR


Join the Nicolet Performing Dance Academy, where YOU can dance YOUR style! Enroll now and reserve your spot in class! www.performingdanceacademy.org Class placement is based off ability; ages are given for general direction. Class Days/Times may be changed to meet class/facility requirements.

Dancing Darlings

This class is designed to introduce your Dancing Darlings to the basics of dance in a warm and caring environment! Students will engage in hands-on movement activities essential to proper development in coordination, recognizing music and rhythms, cutting and timing, and self-confidence. A combination of Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet basics will be taught to stir up students’ excitement for movement and music! Exciting props are utilized to practice a variety of movements and enhance the imagination! Requirements: Self purchase pink leotard, pink dance tights, and pink leather or canvas ballet slippers prior to first class. Date: Day: Location: Age: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

September 21 - November 23 (skip 11/2) Session: Time: Program#: Saturdays I 12noon - 12:45pm 112681-01 Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) II 12:45 - 1:30pm 112681-02 3-4 years $89.00R/$99.00NR 6/16 Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Twinkle Toe Totz

Continue/begin your Twirling Tot’s education in the basics of dance in this beginning artistic & energetic class! Students will develop a strong foundation in dance as they build upon ballet basics, technique, rhythms and stage presentation! Tap basics will be introduced into the curriculum and soon your Tot will be tapping their feet at home and on stage. Reserve your Twirling Tot’s spot in this popular class now! Requirements: Self purchase black leotard, pink dance tights, pink leather or canvas ballet slippers and black tap shoes prior to first class. Date: September 21 - November 23 (skip 11/2) Day: Saturdays Time: 1:30 - 2:15pm Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Age: 5-6 years Fee: $89.00R/$99.00NR Program#: 112682-01 Min/Max: 3/20 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance

Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Pointe

Pointe curriculum enhances a student’s ballet technique and knowledge by taking them to the next level, figuratively and literally! This class emphasizes strengthening exercises for the legs, calves, ankles, feet and advances dancers to intermediate/ advanced footwork & choreography. Dancers learn about pointe shoes, how to properly affix/ tie pointe shoe ribbons, and proper foot care for longevity. Requirements: 13 years old min and Instructors consent (at lease 2+years of ballet training) Self purchase black leotard, black ballet skirt or shorts, pink dance tights, pink canvas or leather ballet shoes. Date: September 18 - December 11 (skip 11/27) Day: Wednesdays Time: 8:00 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Age: 13+ years Fee: $149.00R/$169.00NR Program#: 112684-01 Min/Max: 3/20 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance

Ballet Dance

Ballet is the foundation of all dance forms. It provides education in grace, poise, and technique needed to be proficient in all other areas of dance, is recommended for all types of dancers and required for company members. Ballet classes will help dancers with posture, flexibility, turnout, terminology and feet positions. Dancers will begin class at the barre, move to center floor work, followed by across the floor combinations and wrap up with routine choreography. Ballet is the most disciplined and important genre of dance, creating strong and competent athletes. Each level in the ballet series builds on technique and skill. Class placement is based off ability; ages are given for general direction. Requirements: Self purchase black leotard, black ballet skirt or shorts, pink dance tights, pink canvas or leather ballet shoes. Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Fee: $99.00R/$109.00NR Min/Max: 3/20 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach Session: Levels 1 & 2 Levels 3 & 4 Level 5 Level 6

Age: 7-9 years 9-11 years 10-13 years 14-18 years

Date: Day: September 21 - November 23 (skip 11/2) Saturdays September 18 - November 20 Wednesdays September 18 - November 20 Wednesdays September 18 - November 20 Wednesdays

Time: 2:30 - 3:15pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm

Program#: 112683-01 112683-02 112683-03 112683-04


Jazz/Lyrical/Contemporary Dance Technique

Jazz is a dance form that appeals to everyone because of its energy, variety, and vitality. This genre explores popular, contemporary, lyrical and classic jazz dance, rooted in the vernacular (social dance) forms, that draws inspiration from a wide range of music including jazz, swing, blues, pop, soul and funk. Classes begin with a warm-up to develop strength, flexibility, correct alignment and coordination, followed by progressions across the floor, and concludes in fun and exciting dance combinations. The movement explores a range of styles in both lyrical and percussive disciplines with a focus on jazz elements such as isolations, swing, and rhythm. The goal is to develop dancers who are expressive, dynamic, musical and passionate! Class placement is based off ability; ages are given for general direction. Requirements: jazz shoes, dance tights, spandex shorts or pants, and form-fitting moveable top Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) $99.00R/$109.00NR 4/20 Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Session: Age: Levels 1 & 2 7-9 years Levels 3 & 4 9-11 years Level 5 10-13 years Level 6 14-18 years

Date: Day: September 21 - November 23 (skip 11/2) Saturdays September 17 - December 10 (skip 10/8) Tuesdays September 17 - December 10 (skip 10/8) Tuesdays September 19 - December 12 Thursdays (skip 10/24, 11/28)

Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm

Program#: 112688-01 112688-02 112688-03 112688-04

Hip-Hop & Breakdancing Classes

Come and break it down, learning urban street/commercial styles of hip hop along with break dancing basics! Our dance studio offers a smart and challenging Hip Hop curriculum for all ages that provides students with a high energy work out while accumulating a repertoire of dance moves to bust out the next time you’re favorite song comes on, to empress judges at your next audition/competition or to use in your crew battles! Students also have the opportunity to freestyle, choreograph and battle! Class placement is based off ability; ages are given for general direction. Requirements: clean tennis shoes, moveable/stretchable pants, moveable top Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) $99.00R/$109.00NR 3/20 Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Session: Age: Date: Day: Levels 1 & 2 6-9 years September 19 - December 12 Thursdays (skip 10/24, 11/28) Levels 3 & 4 9-11 years September 16 - December 9 (skip 9/30) Mondays Level 5 11-13 years September 17 - December 10 (skip 10/8) Tuesdays Level 6 14-18 years September 19 - December 12 Thursdays (skip 10/24, 11/28)

Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm

Program#: 112686-01

6:00 - 7:00pm 8:00 - 9:00pm 8:00 - 9:00pm

112686-02 112686-03 112686-04

Tap Dance

Tap Dance is a timeless art form that combines dance and percussion and captures our attention through the infectious rhythms created. Tap dancers are featured in musicals, movies, television, commercials, and concerts. Tap Dance classes begin with warm up exercises in the center that increase control, coordination, and rhythm, followed by across the floor exercises that teach dynamics, shading, phrasing, and musicality, concluding with extended rhythmic phrases and improvisation exercises. The goal is to develop tap dancers that are equally strong musicians, dancers, and performers in a fun and exciting environment! Class placement is based off ability; ages are given for general direction. Requirements: Black leather tap shoes, capris or shorts and moveable top Date: Day: Location: Age: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

September 16 - December 9 (skip 9/30) Mondays Nicolet High School - Cafeteria 8 - 13 years $89.00R/$99.00NR 4/20 Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Level: Beginning Intermediate/Advanced

Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm

Program#: 112687-01 112687-02

Private dance technique /choreography instruction also available. For more info please contact Kathleen Fictum at (262) 716-9689 or kathleenfictum@gmail.com


Junior Jazzercise

Fitness is fun with this exercise program designed especially for girls. More than just a dance class, Junior Jazzercise will have kids moving to their favorite songs and playing games while improving coordination, balance, posture, and CONFIDENCE at the same time! Pom poms, balls, hoops & even feather boas will be used during class. The girls will also learn about nutrition & physiology in an easy to understand format and be rewarded for their efforts. A parent should accompany their child into the first class and arrive 10-15 minutes early. Wear comfortable clothes and tennis shoes. Water is provided. Students will perform for parents during the last 10 minutes of the final class. Questions? Call Julia Gimbel at (414) 964-1516 Date: September 25 - November 20 (skip 10/23) Day: Wednesdays Time: 4:15 - 5:15pm Location: Good Hope School Grade: 1st—3rd Fee: $65.00R/$75.00NR Program#: 113050-01 Min/Max: 4/24 Instructor: Julia Gimbel

Jazzercise Team Dance

At Jazzercise Team Dance, girls will have the chance to get moving to their favorite music, learn new dance steps and a performance routine, and find out why fitness can be fun. Team Dance is a non-competitive class for girls in 4thth through 6th grade that combines aerobic conditioning and strength training with the fun of traditional and hip-hop dance class choreography. This format devotes more time to learning choreography and refining dance movements than in our Junior Jazzercise class. The instructor will encourage girls of any ability level to do their best and have fun - NO dance experience is necessary! At the end of the last class of the session, the girls will give a brief performance of the dance routine they perfected. Questions? Call Julia Gimbel at (414) 964-1516 Date: September 26 - November 21 (skip 10/24) Day: Thursdays Time: 4:30 - 5:30pm Location: Good Hope School Grade: 4th - 6th Fee: $65.00R/$75.00NR Program#: 113051-01 Min/Max: 6/24 Instructor: Julia Gimbel

Girls on the Run/ Girls on Track

A positive, youth development program offered to girls in 3rd - 8th grade which intertwines training for a 5K. All girls receive a water bottle, tshirt, all program materials, and entrance to the 5K. ^Our Girls on the Run 5K (which all girls will want to attend) will be on Sunday, November 17. There is no additional fee for your child to attend the 5K. There is an additional charge ($25) for your child’s running buddy. Family members 16 and older are encouraged to be a running buddy for the 5K. GOTR will assign a running buddy to any girl who does not have one. More information will be given at the informational meeting on the first day of practice. *Families are eligible for a reduced fee, please contact: kchristensen31@wi.rr.com Fee: Min/Max: Instructors:

$150.00R/$170.00NR* 8/17 Girls On The Run Staff

Grade: 3rd - 4th 5th - 8th

Date: Sept. 9 - Nov. 17^ Sept. 10 - Nov. 17^

Day: Mon. & Wed. Tue. & Thu.

Time: 3:40 - 5:00pm 3:10 - 4:30pm

Location: Program#: Stormonth School - Gym/Outside 113130-01 Bayside School - Gym/Outside 113130-02

Level 1, 2, 3 Girls Gymnastics

Age-appropriate skills will be introduced and developed in this recreational instruction program. Participants will practice movements ranging from basic tumbling to use of balance beam and uneven parallel bars. Participants should wear nonrestrictive clothing such as a bodysuit, t-shirt, shorts, gymnastics slippers, cotton socks, or bare feet. No tights, nylon socks, clothing with zippers, belt buckles, or jewelry. Long hair should be tied back. Participants will need to pass each level before they can proceed to the next. This will be determined by the instructor. Location: Nicolet High School - Gym 2 (gymnastics area) Age: 6-8 years Fee: $56.00R/$66.00NR Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: NHS Gymnastics Staff Level: Level 1 & 2 Level 3 Level 1 & 2 Level 3

Date: Sept. 25 - Nov. 13 Sept. 25 - Nov. 13 Sept. 28 - Nov. 16 Sept. 28 - Nov. 16

Day: Wednesdays Wednesdays Saturdays Saturdays

Time: 5:00 - 5:45pm 5:45 - 6:45pm 11:40 - 12:20pm 12:25 - 1:30pm

Program#: 111130-01 111130-02 111130-03 111130-04

Private gymnastics lessons also available. For more information please call Chris Dempsey at (414) 416-3470


North Shore Blue Jays Lacrosse Clinics

Hosted by the North Shore Lacrosse Blue Jays at their home field--Doctors Park. The players will break off into groups based on experience. Beginners will concentrate on the basics; throwing, catching and picking up ground balls. Experienced players will continue to work on their skills through drills and scrimmages. Lacrosse is a fast, fun, physical sport, a combination of basketball, soccer, and hockey. Full gear is required at the first clinic. Equipment rental is available, please contact Lisa Porfilio at: lisaporf@gmail.com For more information see our website: northshoreyouthlacrosse.org Time: Location: Grade: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

5:30 - 7:00pm Doctor’s Park 1870 East Fox Lane - Fox Point 3rd - 8th $75.00R/$85.00NR 10/40 North Shore Blue Jays Coaches

Session: Boys Girls

Date: Day: September 17 - October 15 Tuesdays September 19 - October 17 Thursdays

Program#: 111220-01 111220-02


Bananas Swim Team (Green Team)

This program will focus on the basic to advanced techniques of competitive swimming providing training to improve the participants’ fitness related to the sport. Must be able to swim 50+ yards (two lengths of the pool/ one crawlstroke/freestyle and one backcrawl) and carry a “C” average in all classes. Participants are encouraged to attend two practices per week and compete in league meets with other swim clubs. The Bananas Swim Team has partnered with the Schroeder Swim Club in the development for advanced competitive swimmers. Date: September 9 - December 19 (skip 9/11, 9/21, 10/1, 10/8, 10/22, 11/28, 12/3, 12/7, 12/10) Day/Time: Mondays - Thursdays; 5:30 - 6:30pm Saturdays; 11:00am - 12noon Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Grade: 1st - 6th Fee: $125.00R/$145.00NR Program#: 111040-01 Min/Max: 10/100 Instructor: Katie Sherman, Micah Neiderholfer, and Dwight Davis, Nicolet Head Swim Coach

Bananas Beginner Dive Lessons

An introduction to competitive diving techniques, to include; how to safely jump using the springboard, forward and backward entries on the one meter diving springboard. This program is mainly for boys & girls with novice diving experience. Participants must be able to swim 2 lengths of the pool in good form. Date: September 14 - October 19 (skip 9/21) Day: Saturdays Time: 12noon - 1:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Grade: 1st - 12th Fee: $40.00R/$50.00NR Program#: 111042-01 Min/Max: 6/15 Instructor: Josh Lindquist, NHS Diving Coach

Bananas Competitive Diving Team

The Competitive Bananas Diving team trains to progress each diver’s own dive list in the 5 dive groups. The diving team exercises dry-land techniques each practice in order to strengthen their springboard dives. Each diver is expected to be able to do the forward hurdle, Backwards jump, Front dive tuck and Back dive before joining the Competitive Team. Date: September 14 - October 19 (skip 9/21) Day: Saturdays Time: 10:30am - 12noon Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Grade: 1st - 12th Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Program#: 111043-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Josh Lindquist, NHS Diving Coach

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Bananas Swim Team (Yellow Team)

This program will focus on the basic to advanced techniques of competitive swimming while providing dryland and water training to improve the participants fitness related to the sport of competitive swimming. Participant must be able to swim 100+ yards of the pool (4 lengths) and carry a “C” average in all classes. The program is for pre-high school and high school swimmers. The Bananas Swim Team has partnered with the Schroeder Swim Club in the development for advanced competitive swimmers. Participants are encouraged to attend three one and one half hour practices per week and encouraged to compete in league meets with other swim clubs. Date: September 9 - December 19 (skip 9/11, 9/21, 10/1, 10/8, 10/11, 10/22, 11/28, 12/3, 12/7, 12/10) Day/Time: Mondays - Thursdays; 5:30 - 7:00pm Saturdays; 11:00am - 12:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Grade: 7th - 12th Fee: $150.00R/$170.00NR Program#: 111041-01 Min/Max: 10/100 Instructor: Katie Sherman, Micah Neiderholfer, and Dwight Davis, Nicolet Head Swim Coach


 Introductory Competitive Swimming Programs (Ages 5-10)  Beginner Diving Lessons  Year Round Age-Group Swim and Dive Training  Expert and Caring Coaches  Premier Olympic Size Pool and Dive Facility

GIVE US A CALL OR STOP BY FOR A TOUR – REGISTRATION IS ONGOING THROUGHOUT THE YEAR AND THE 1ST WEEK IS FREE! Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center, 9240 N. Green Bay Rd., Brown Deer, WI


Quickstart Tennis

This introductory 10 and under tennis program uses the Quickstart format. Low compression balls and a graduated court method will allow juniors to begin playing tennis immediately, even if he or she has never picked up a racquet before. Participants must furnish their own racquet. Location: Elite Sports Club - Northshore 5750 N. Glen Park Rd. - Glendale 53209 Min/Max: 5/10 Instructor: Northshore Elite Staff (3-4 years old) - $104.00R/$124.00NR Session: Date: Day: I August 26 - November 18 Mondays II August 29 - November 21 Thursdays III August 31 - November 23 Saturdays

Time: 4:30 - 5:00pm 4:30 - 5:00pm 9:00 - 9:30am

Program#: 111021-01 111021-02 111021-03

(5-6 years old) - $208.00R/$238.00NR Session: Date: Day: I August 26 - November 18 Mondays II August 29 - November 21 Thursdays III August 31 - November 23 Saturdays

Time: 5:00 - 6:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 9:30 - 10:30am

Program#: 111021-04 111021-05 111021-06

(7-8 years old) - $208.00R/$238.00NR Session: Date: Day: I August 26 - November 18 Mondays II August 29 - November 21 Thursdays III August 31 - November 23 Saturdays

Time: 5:00 - 6:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 9:30 - 10:30am

Program#: 111021-07 111021-08 111021-09

(9-10 years old) - $208.00R/$238.00NR Session: Date: Day: I August 27 - November 19 Tuesdays II August 29 - November 21 Thursdays III August 31 - November 23 Saturdays

Time: 4:00 - 5:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 10:30 - 11:30am

Program#: 111021-10 111021-11 111021-12

Junior Beginner Tennis

Our introductory tennis program for juniors is put together with special care to give young players confidence, build skills, and pave the way for them to enjoy the sport of a lifetime. Participants must furnish their own racquet. Date: August 29 - November 21 Day: Thursdays Time: 4:00 - 5:00pm Location: Elite Sports Club - Northshore 5750 N. Glen Park Rd. - Glendale 53209 Age: 11-3 years Program#: 111022-01 Min/Max: 5/10 Instructor: Northshore Elite Staff

Boys & Girls Volleyball Skill Development Camp

Dann Jacobson, Nicolet varsity girls volleyball head coach, and current high school players will instruct the camps. Instruction will stress fundamental skills, advanced techniques, and court strategies. Day:         Location:   Min/Max:       Instructor:      

Sundays Nicolet High School - Gym 1 6/24 Dann Jacobson, NHS Head Girls Volleyball Coach

Session: I II III IV

Grade: 3rd - 6th 7th - 9th 3rd - 6th 7th - 9th

Date: September 8 - 29 September 8 - 29 October 6 - 27 October 6 - 27

Time: 4:00 - 5:00pm 5:00 - 6:30pm 4:00 - 5:00pm 5:00 - 6:30pm

Fee: $54.00R/$64.00NR $89.00R/$99.00NR $54.00R/$64.00NR $89.00R/$99.00NR

Program#: 111110-01 111110-02 111110-03 111110-04


Junior Knights Wrestling Team – Phase I

This club is for the beginner and experienced wrestlers looking to learn and improve on the fundamentals of wrestling. It will introduce & teach basic wrestling positions & moves from the up, down and neutral positions. Participants will learn wrestling with an emphasis on technique, positioning & sportsmanship in a fun, fast-paced atmosphere. Program instructed by Nicolet Jr. Knights Wrestling Coaches and Nicolet HS Wrestling Coaches. If you have questions or concerns about the program, equipment and other fees please call Coach Ott at 414-303-7187 or email him at: jotts@att.net *Option 1: USA Wrestling Card Included: for wrestlers who don’t already have a 2013 USA Wrestling Card and who are planning to complete at tournaments during the season (Fee includes t-shirt, USA Card: $35 value & admission into the North Shore Junior Knights Wrestling Classic Tournament) Option 2: USA Wrestling Card Not-Included: for wrestlers who have already purchased their 2013 USA Wrestling Card or who will plan to purchase their card at their first tournament USA Card required for tournaments – tournament entrance fees, transportation, and equipment fees added as needed ** NOTE - all returning wrestlers with USA cards are strongly encouraged to renew their cards on-line Date: Day: Time: Location: Grade: Min/Max: Instructor:

December 2 – January 22 (skip 12/23, 12/25, 12/30, 1/1) Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00 - 7:30pm Nicolet High School - Upper North Gym Balcony K4 - 8th grade 10/50 NHS Wrestling Coaching Staff

Option*: Fee: Program#: I - USA Wrestling Card Included $90.00R/$105.00NR 111210-01 II - USA Wrestling Card Not-Included $55.00R/$70.00NR 111210-02

MikroSoccer

MikroSoccer introduces the young player to the basics of the game. Participants are exposed to FUNdamentals, techniques and motor skills. MikroSoccer enhances team dynamics by using positive reinforcement and it brings excellent experiences to the learning process. Parents are welcome to participate. Jersey included with program fee. Participants are required to bring their own ball. Balls can be purchased from instructor for $10.00. Time: 10:00 - 11:00am Age: 3—6 years co-ed Location: Glen Hills Middle School Gym/Outside Fee: $59.00R/$69.00NR Min/Max: 8/24 per time slot Instructor: Milwaukee Kickers Staff Session: Date: Day: Program#: I September 7 - October 12 Saturdays 111070-01 II September 8 - October 13 Sundays 111070-02 III October 26 - December 7 (skip 11/30) Saturdays 111070-03 IV October 27 - December 8 (skip 12/1) Sundays 111070-04

Bowling

Come and experience the Shorewood High School Bowling Alley. We will Moon-Glow Bowl the last Sunday of each session. Enjoy bowling with friends or family! Participants must be grade 1 or above. Families can register with their children. Date: November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Grade: Time: Program#: Day: Sundays Parent/Child 1:00 - 2:15pm 111360-01 Location: Shorewood High School - Bowling Lanes 3rd - 6th 2:15 - 3:30pm 111360-02 1701 E. Capitol Dr. - Shorewood 7th - 8th 3:30 - 4:45pm 111360-03 Fee: $18.00R/$28.00NR P Min/Max: 2/5 CO-O


Ultimate Frisbee

This course will offer a chance to learn skill sets in ultimate Frisbee. We will participate in basic fundamentals throwing, catching, and basic offense and defensive skills. Drills and games will be designed to increase your knowledge and ability as well as your love for the game. We will also learn all of the basic rules of ultimate following the USA Ultimate guidelines. If you are a veteran player or just starting to throw a Frisbee with friends come out and have a blast.

Kickball

Kickball is a recreational playground game which was originally called “Kick Baseball” and played just the same.  It is truly lots of fun and most commonly played on school playgrounds.  In this class, we will learn the correct way to play and have loads of fun doing it.  This is also a great physical team sport without injuries and every week we’ll have battling competitions against each other.  On the last day we will have a “winner takes all game” and that team will received an award and bragging rights that they are the Nicolet Rec. Kickball Champs. Of course, no sports competition is complete without an end of the season party which will also happen on the very last night.

P Date: September 17 - October 8 CO-O Day: Tuesdays Time: 3:30 - 5:00pm Location: Lake Bluff Elementary - Diamond Date: October 7 - November 25 1600 E. Lake Bluff Blvd - Shorewood Day: Mondays Grade: 5th - 8th Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm Fee: $18.00R/$28.00NR Location: Glen Hills School - Gym Program#: 121270-01 Age: 6 - 13 years Min/Max: 12/27 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Instructor: UWM Ultimate Frisbee Team Members Program#: 111230-01 Min/Max: 15/25 Instructor: Ilona Cheney Rock Climbing Team

Rock climbing is a fun and satisfying sport that strengthens the body and mind. Rock climbing allows climbers to enjoy a sport in a non-competitive environment while still emphasizing teamwork, motivation, and self-confidence. Rock climbing also builds muscular endurance, flexibility, coordination, and mental focus. We aim to build strong, responsible climbers. This co-ed team welcomes climbers of all ability and experience levels. The team is open to climbers from 9 to 13 years old. However, age restriction may be waived with interest. The team will be taught by experienced and knowledgeable coaches with a focus on: • Skill and Strength Development • Movement • Communication and Safety • Environmental Stewardship • Mental Strategy This is all done under the tutelage of experienced staff. Training on equipment and safety will be conducted in order to guarantee a safe and successful experience for your child. All equipment, including helmets, is supplied. Date: September 21 - November 23 Day: Saturdays Time: 9:00 - 11:00am Location: Milwaukee Turners Climbing Gym 1034 N. 4th St. - Milwaukee 53203 Age: 9 - 13 years Fee: $145.00R/$155.00NR Program#: 113200-01 Min/Max: 1/6 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoors Staff

Fall Weekend Adventures

This 5 weekend program offers youth the opportunity to experience rock climbing, rappelling, canoeing, kayaking, biking, and hiking all within the city limits. This is all done under the tutelage of experienced staff. Training on equipment and safety will be conducted in order to guarantee a safe and successful experience for your child. All equipment, including helmets, is supplied. September 14 - Biking: A limited amount of bikes are available for no extra charge, bringing your own bike is encouraged Meet at Softball Diamond Parking Lot in Estabrook Park. September 21 - Canoeing: Bring towel and clothes to get wet in. Meet at Kletzsch Park to Lincoln Park. September 28 - Kayaking: Bring towel and clothes to get wet in. NEW! Meet at Kletzsch Park to Lincoln Park. October 5 - Rock Climbing & Rappelling: Loose fitting clothes and sturdy shoes Meet at 1430 E Belleview Pl, Milwaukee Belleview & Newhall October 12 - River Hike: Small backpack, food, bug spray, drink in plastic container, towel Sunscreen Meet at Lincoln Park Date: September 14 - October 12 Day: Saturdays Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm Age: 9 - 12 years Fee: $135.00R/$145.00NR (for all five activities) Program#: 113201-01 Min/Max: 6/20 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoors Staff


Karate

Let your child experience the challenges of the Young American Martial Arts Club. This dynamic program has been developed in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Children’s Center, a leader in early childhood development and education. This innovative martial arts program will encourage your child to develop a positive attitude, perseverance, self confidence, and self discipline. All this and more in the fun-filled challenges of the Young American Martial Arts Club conveniently located at Parkway School. Please inquire within for a discount for additional family members that register. Date: September 24 - December 10 Day: Tuesdays Location: Maple Dale School Fee: $179.00R/$199.00NR Min/Max: 10/50 Instructor: Phil Sauer Session: I II

Age: 4 - 6 years 7 - 12 years

Time: 4:00 - 4:30pm 4:30 - 5:15pm

Program#: 111100-01 111100-02

Roufus Mighty Mind and Mighty Muscles Martial Arts Fitness and Bully Training For Kids

The goal at Academe Roufus is to teach children respect for themselves and others through important life skills like listening to directions, paying attention, and the value of concentration. All in addition to teaching the physical skills and grace of a world renown Martial Arts program, which has led the field since 1973. Parents, you are welcome to train with your children at no additional cost. Be a Roufus Fit Family. The family that kicks together, sticks together. Date: September 21 - November 9 Day: Saturdays Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Location: Nicolet High School - Room A113 (Dance Studio) Age: 5 - 12 years old Fee: $55.00R/$65.00NR Program#: 111080-01 Min/Max: 10/25 Instructor: Pat Roufus

Parent/Child Archery

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows. We recommend parents attend the program with child. Date: September 9 - October 7 Day: Mondays Time: 5:00 - 5:30pm Location: Kletzsch Park - Archery Range Age: 5-9 years old Fee: $54.00R/$64.00NR Program#: 111131-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Archery - PreTeen

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows. Date: September 9 - October 7 Day: Mondays Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm Location: Kletzsch Park - Archery Range Age: 10-13 years old Fee: $54.00R/$64.00NR Program#: 111134-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Private archery lessons also available. For more information please call Inna Lebedinsky at (414) 333-8784


Group Ski or Snowboard at Little Switz

Whether you are an experienced skier/rider or have never tried it, this program has something for you. Each session includes one hour of lessons with the remaining time for open skiing or snowboarding. This is a great program to do with a friend. Helmets required. Ski – Rental: lessons, lift ticket, ski, boot and helmet rental, discount card and transportation. Ski - Non-Rental: lessons, lift ticket, discount card and transportation. Snowboard: lessons, lift ticket, board, boot and helmet rental, discount card and transportation. NEW! Snowboard - Non-Rental: lessons, lift ticket, discount card and transportation. Date: January 13 – February 3 Day: Mondays Time: 4:30pm departure from Nicolet High School Parking Lot – Athletic Entrance 9:30pm return to Nicolet High School Parking Lot – Athletic Entrance Location: Little Switzerland 105 Cedar Creek Rd, Slinger, WI 53086 Grade: 4th – 12th (parents welcome) Min/Max: 15/100 Chaperone: Lon A. Masters* Session: Fee: Program#: Ski – Rental $205.00R/$235.00NR 211370-01 Ski - Non-Rental $160.00R/$180.00NR 211370-02 Snowboard - Rental $230.00R/$260.00NR 211370-03 Snowboard - Non-Rental $175.00R/$195.00NR 211370-04

Semi-Private (4-7 people) Skiing Lessons at Little Switz

Beginner: I have NEVER EVER skied. I have skied, but can’t turn or stop well. I fall down a lot. Outcome: Learn to link turns to control speed, as well as, on hill safety and skiing etiquette. Intermediate: I can turn and stop on easy slopes. I understand that turn shape and size control my speed. I can ski parallel (Bring skies together) on the easy slopes. Outcome: Learn to ski dynamic Parallel turns on variable terrain. Advanced: Consistently link turns on any slope, using turn shape and size on all terrain for control. Ability to get air and safely navigate back to controlled personal skiing environment. Able to maintain speed and control in the bumps and all other terrains. Outcome: Ability to ski anywhere anytime, choosing the proper line and tactics for your run. Helmets required. Ski – Rental: lessons, lift ticket, ski and boot rental, discount card and transportation. Ski - Non-Rental: lessons, lift ticket, discount card and transportation. Time: 4:30pm departure from Nicolet High School Parking Lot – Athletic Entrance 9:30pm return to Nicolet High School Parking Lot – Athletic Entrance Location: Little Switzerland 105 Cedar Creek Rd, Slinger, WI 53086 Grade: 6th – Adult Min/Max: 4/7 Instructor: Lon A. Masters*

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Beginner: Tuesdays, January 14 – February 4 Session: Fee: Program#: Ski – Rental $235.00R/$265.00NR 211371-01 Ski - Non-Rental $190.00R/$210.00NR 211371-02 Intermediate: Wednesdays, January 15 – February 5 Session: Fee: Program#: Ski – Rental $235.00R/$265.00NR 211371-03 Ski - Non-Rental $190.00R/$210.00NR 211371-04 Advanced: Thursdays, January 16 – February 6 Session: Fee: Program#: Ski – Rental $235.00R/$265.00NR 211371-05 Ski - Non-Rental $190.00R/$210.00NR 211371-06 *Lon A. Masters is a teaching pro with the Vail/Beaver Creek ski school. He has seventeen years of teaching and coaching experience Vail/Beaver Creek. Lon is a level “2” cert with the Professional Ski Instructors Association of America, Rocky Mountain Division. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with a student center focus. He is truly an expert at helping you achieve your goals and have the safest and best ski experience possible.

Private skiing lessons also available. For more information please call Lon Masters at (414) 915-6689


Ice Skating - Tot ‘N Me

This is a unique opportunity for a parent and a child to skate together. Registration fee includes one child, ages 3-5 years, and one adult. The parent/adult must be on the ice wearing skates (with their child) during all lessons. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 S. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 3-5 years old (with one adult) Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Min/Max: 4/32 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII

Date: Day: September 12 - October 17 Thursdays September 14 - October 19 Saturdays September 15 - October 20 Sundays September 15 - October 20 Sundays November 2 - December 14 (skip 11/30) Saturdays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Sundays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Sundays November 7 - December 19 (skip 11/26) Thursdays

Time 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm

Program#: 133310-01 133310-02 133310-03 133310-04 133310-05 133310-06 133310-07 133310-08

Ice Skating - Snowplow Sam 1-3

This program is a progression of three classes designed to teach the fundamentals of skating to children, ages 3-5 years, with little or no skating experience. Skaters will learn basic balance and skating skills in an age appropriate and fun environment. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Please specify level. Snowplow Sam 1 - Sit and stand with skates on, marching and gliding with two feet. Snowplow Sam 2 - Long glides, forward and backward sizzles. Snowplow Sam 3 - Forward skating, stopping and curves. Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 S. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 3-5 years old (with one adult) Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Min/Max: 1/40 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII

Date: Day: September 12 - October 17 Thursdays September 14 - October 19 Saturdays September 15 - October 20 Sundays September 15 - October 20 Sundays November 2 - December 14 (skip 11/30) Saturdays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Sundays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Sundays November 7 - December 19 (skip 11/26) Thursdays

Time 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm

Program#: 133311-01 133311-02 133311-03 133311-04 133311-05 133311-06 133311-07 133311-08

City Animal Hospital

Mon-Fri 9am-7pm Sat. 9am-2pm

The best care at the best price for your best friends!

Walk-ins welcome, affordable prices, quality care, complete medical, surgical & dental, x-ray & laboratory

325 W. Silver Spring Dr. Glendale, WI 53217

(414) 332-5555

Located near Bayshore Town Center


Ice Skating - Basic Skills 1-8

The Basic Skills Program teaches students progressively more difficult moves through eight levels of skating. Upon completion of the Basic 1 through 8 Program, skaters will have knowledge of the sport enabling them to advance to more specialized areas of skating. If a child is skating (or taking lessons) for the first time, the student should register for the Basic 1 class level. Students are evaluated at the first class session to gauge their skill/ability level, and are placed in another class if the their skill is applicable. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Please specify level. *No basic 6, 7 or 8 offered at this time. Basic 1 - Proper techniques to fall & get up, marching, two foot glides & stops Basic 2 - Backward skating, one foot glides, two foot turns & snowplow stops Basic 3 - Forward stroking, two foot spins & essence of actual skating & gliding Basic 4 - Forward edges, crossovers & backward snowplow stops; Basic 5 - Backward edges, crossovers & one foot spins Basic 6 - Beginning jumps, turns & spirals; Basic 7 - More advanced jumps, turns & edge work Basic 8 - Combining moves, jumps & spins with new techniques Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 S. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 6-12 years old Fee: $110.00R/$130.00NR Min/Max: 1/30 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII

Date: Day: September 12 - October 17 Thursdays September 14 - October 19 Saturdays September 15 - October 20 Sundays September 15 - October 20 Sundays November 2 - December 14 (skip 11/30)* Saturdays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Sundays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1)* Sundays November 7 - December 19 (skip 11/26) Thursdays

Time 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm

Program#: 133312-01 133312-02 133312-03 133312-04 133312-05 133312-06 133312-07 133312-08

Speed Skating

Speed Skating 1: Whether you dream of racing in the Olympics or want a new form of exercise, the Pettit’s Learn to Speed Skate program shows you the basics. Suitable for youth, teens and adults, the Learn to Speed Skate class will give you all the necessary tools to go fast. Speed Skating 2: Once you have completed Speed Skating I, continue to stay involved in speed skating with the Petit Center’s Speed Skating 2 class. This class will include on-ice and off-ice training theories and will help you progress and learn more about techniques and skills necessary for success in the sport of speed skating. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Day: Mondays Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm NEW! Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 St. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 6 years - Adult Fee: $110.00R/$130.00NR Min/Max: 1/30 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Level: Speed Skating 1 Speed Skating 2 Speed Skating 1 Speed Skating 2

Date: Program#: September 9 - October 14 133315-01 September 9 - October 14 133315-02 November 4 - December 16 (skip 11/25) 133315-03 November 4 - December 16 (skip 11/25) 133315-04

Mickelson Middlers

These lessons provide a thorough introduction to the golf swing. Our award-winning PGA pros discuss goals and help perfect your grip, alignment, posture, and swing mechanics. At Missing Links, an emphasis is put on the short game instruction, primarily focusing on putting and chipping. The following lessons include: four hours of instruction, rules and etiquette booklet, and one round of golf. Date: September 7 - 28 Session: Time: Program#: Day: Saturdays I 9:00 - 10:00am 111060-01 Location: Missing Links Golf Club II 10:15 - 11:15am 111060-02 12950 N. Port Washington Rd. - Mequon III 11:30am - 12:30pm 111060-03 Ages: 7 - 10 years old Fee: $85.00R/$95.00NR Min/Max: 2/10 Instructor: Missing Links Golf Professionals


Hockey Skills 1-5

The Pettit’s Hockey Skills program is designed by USA Hockey and the Pettit Center to teach any level of ice hockey. Since skating skills are the foundation for success in hockey, the Pettit requires hockey players to complete Hockey Tots or Basic 1 (ages 6 & older) prior to registering for the Hockey Skills program. Graduates of this program are ready to progress into the Pettit Patriots Youth Hockey program or another local Youth Hockey program which usually begins each season in September. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey

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Basics of forward & backward skating & stops & proper stance Skating forward using full strides & turning & backward stance Hockey turns, backward stopp & beginning crossovers Forward crossovers, one-foot pushes, & hockey stops & turns Backward crossovers, one-foot hockey turns, & moving mohawks

Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 St. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 6-12 years old Fee: $110.00R/$130.00NR Min/Max: 1/30 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV

Date: Day: September 14 - October 19 Saturdays September 15 - October 20 Sundays November 2 - December 14 (skip 11/30) Saturdays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Sundays

Time 12:00 - 1:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm

Program#: 133313-01 133313-02 133313-03 133313-04

Hockey Tots

This class is designed for those ages 3-5 with little or no skating experience that have hockey on the brain. Class participants will learn the basics of skating with and without their hockey sticks including falling and getting up, marching, 2-foot glides, stopping and more. The focus will be on skating skills and not the actual game of hockey. Although this is a hockey geared class it is always recommended for new skaters to begin in figure skates and change to hockey skates once a solid sense of balance has been established. Graduates of this class will continue on into the Hockey Skills 1-5 series. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 St. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 3-5 years old Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Min/Max: 4/32 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII

Date: Day: September 12 - October 17 Thursdays September 14 - October 19 Saturdays September 15 - October 20 Sundays September 15 - October 20 Sundays November 2 - December 14 (skip 11/30) Saturdays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Sundays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Sundays November 7 - December 19 (skip 11/26) Thursdays

Time 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm

Program#: 133314-01 133314-02 133314-03 133314-04 133314-05 133314-06 133314-07 133314-08

Palmer’s Players

These lessons provide a thorough introduction to the golf swing. Our award-winning PGA pros discuss goals and help perfect your grip, alignment, posture, and swing mechanics. At Missing Links, an emphasis is put on the short game instruction, primarily focusing on putting and chipping. The following lessons include: four hours of instruction, rules and etiquette booklet, and one round of golf. Geared towards an older, more mature youth.

Date: September 7 - 28 Ages: 7 - 10 years old Day: Saturdays Fee: $85.00R/$95.00NR Time: 1:00 - 2:00pm Program#: 111061-01 Location: Missing Links Golf Club Min/Max: 2/10 12950 N. Port Washington Rd. - Mequon Instructor: Missing Links Golf Professionals


High School Gymnastics Open Gym

This is a great opportunity to hone your skills while practicing in a fun and competitive atmosphere. Date: September 25 - November 9 Day/Time: Wednesdays (5:45 - 6:45pm) Saturdays (12:25 - 1:30pm) Location: Nicolet High School - Gym 2 (gymnastics area) Grade: 9th - 12th Fee: $56.00R/$66.00NR Program#: 111143-01 Instructor: NHS Gymnastics Staff

Archery - Teen

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows. Date: September 9 - October 7 Day: Mondays Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm Location: Kletzsch Park - Archery Range Age: 14-18 years old Fee: $54.00R/$64.00NR Program#: 121130-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky


Open Basketball

This is a great opportunity to hone your skills while playing in a fun and competitive atmosphere. Sign-up with a friend to guarantee an open spot. Save money and a spot in the program by pre-registering. Nicolet School District students only. Time: Location: Grade: Instructor:

2:00 - 5:30pm Nicolet High School - Gym 2 7th - 12th Ron Jaggard

Session: I II

Date: Day: October 26 - December 21 Saturdays December 26 - 30 (skip 12/29) Thursday - Monday

Fee: Program#: $30.00 pre-register/$5.00 at door 121050-01 $10.00 pre register/$5.00 at door 121050-02

Bananas Swim (High School Boys)

Focus on preparing swimmers for the high school season with emphasis on stroke technique and general fitness as it relates to competitive swimming. You are welcome to join after the program begins. Date: September 9 - December 19 (skip 9/11, 9/21, 10/1, 10/8, 10/11, 10/22, 11/28, 12/3, 12/7, 12/10) Day/Time: Mondays - Thursdays; 5:30 - 6:30pm Saturdays; 11:00am - 12:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Grade: 9th - 12th Fee: $100.00R/$125.00NR Program#: 121040-01 Min/Max: 6/30 Instructor: Dwight Davis, NHS Head Girls/Boys Swim Coach, and Katie Sherman

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Bananas Swim (After Fall Sports Season)

Focus on staying in shape after the high school season with emphasis on stroke technique and general fitness as it relates to competitive swimming. You are welcome to join after the program begins. Date: October 7 - December 19 (skip 9/11, 9/21, 10/1, 10/8, 10/11, 10/22, 11/28, 12/3, 12/7, 12/10) Day/Time: Mondays - Thursdays; 5:30 - 6:30pm Saturdays; 11:00am - 12:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Grade: 9th - 12th Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Program#: 121041-01 Min/Max: 6/30 Instructor: Dwight Davis, NHS Head Girls/Boys Swim Coach, and Katie Sherman

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ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Preparation Seminar

With a top score of 2400 and the national average at 1500, a score increase of even 50 points on the SAT is a significant advantage. The PSAT allows students to compete for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship; it also provides excellent, firsthand practice for the SAT college-admissions test. Students who complete the ZAPS PSAT/SAT seminar — and practice the tips and strategies at home — typically raise their PSAT scores by 5 to 15 points and/or their SAT scores by 50 to 150 points. Learn more about this important college-readiness test and about ZAPS seminars at www.zaps.com. In the five-hour ZAPS seminar, students will— • Learn strategies for using partial knowledge to eliminate wrong choices • Gain tips for improving in all three subtests: Critical Reading, Math, Writing NEW! • Understand the most strategic ways to use limited testing time • Take shortened practice tests that mirror the actual testing experience. • Reduce their test anxiety and gain confidence • Receive a comprehensive Study Guide and 18 practice test workouts with detailed answer explanations • Get suggestions for individualized study in the days leading up to the test Date: September 25 & 26 Day: Wednesday & Thursday Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room F105 Grade: 10th - 12th Fee: $89.00R/$99.00NR Program#: 122740-01 Min/Max: 10/30 Instructor: ZAPS Learning Company Staff

Make it Yourself!

ACT Workshop

Why wait for someone else to cook or bake something wonderful when you can do it yourself? This course will teach you how to make great tasting food using natural and locally sourced ingredients. Classes include: Bread and Butter, Apple of My Eye, You Say Tomato, Pasta Perfect and Class Choice (class will select an item to cook or bake)

Students will gain direct experience with each of the five sections of the ACT. They will become familiar with the types of questions they will encounter on the four multiple choice tests as well as learn a variety of strategies to attack those questions. The instructor has designed this course based on 19 years of experience successfully preparing students to take the ACT.

Date: September 7 - October 12 (skip 10/5) Day: Saturdays Time: 1:00 - 3:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Grade: 9th - 12th NEW! Fee: $100.00R/$120.00NR Program#: 122024-01 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Lisa Harper, owner of Mrs. Whoopie, LLC, a custom bakery and catering company.

Date: September 16 - November 4 Day: Mondays Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room F128 Grade: 11th - 12th Fee: $220.00R/$240.00NR Program#: 122080-01 Min/Max: 6/30 Instructor: Fred Silver

How To Write A Winning College Essay

This course will help students jump-start the college essay writing process, and will include a discussion regarding how to address the new prompts for the Common Application personal statement. Other topics include the role of the personal essay, preparation tips, choosing an appropriate topic, writing strategies, and avoidance of common mistakes. UW-Madison essay prompts and supplemental college essays will be addressed as time permits. This course brings objectivity and perspective to the college essay writing process, reducing stress for both the student and parents. *Sharon Madnek is owner of “Say It Write”, a provider of collaborative writing and editing services. Ms. Madnek earned a B.B.A. from UW-Madison and an MBA from Northwestern University. Prior to establishing “Say It Write”, she worked in Marketing and Communications for Pepsi-Cola Company and Lever Brothers Company in New York City. Time: 5:30 - 6:45pm Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room (A106) Grade: 11th - 12th Fee: $25.00R/$35.00NR Min/Max: 5/15 Instructor: Sharon Madnek* Session: I II

Date: September 11 September 12

Day: Wednesday Thursday

Time: 6:30 - 7:45pm 2:45 - 4:00pm

Program#: 122650-01 122650-02


Intro to Computers

This program is designed for those who have never used a computer and is geared for the older beginner. It will slowly walk participants through the concepts. Microsoft basics and general use of a PC (not Apples or Macs). Day: Tuesdays Level: Date: Program#: Time: 6:00—7:20pm Beginner September 17 - October 15 132010-01 Location: Nicolet High School - Room C107 Intermediate October 22 - November 19 132010-02 Fee: $64.00R/$74.00NR Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Mike Brown

Microsoft Word

In this series of sessions, introductory concepts will be taught in Microsoft Word, a word processing program. Participants should have basic computer experience. Word I—Introductory: includes text options, cut/copy/paste, formatting, bulleting/numbering, and saving/opening/creating documents. Word II—Intermediate: includes tables, tab stops, indenting, inserting images, watermarks, headers/footers, shading and spiking. Day: Time: Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

Tuesdays Level: 7:40—9:00pm Introductory Nicolet High School - Room C107 Intermediate $64.00R/$74.00NR 8/12 Mike Brown

Introductory Microsoft Excel

Date: Program#: September 17 - October 15 132012-01 October 22 - November 19 132012-02

Intro To Facebook

If the number of users on Facebook were a country, it would be the third most populous in the world. Users have flocked to Facebook to promote business, share family photos and memories, and keep up to date with what friends across the world are doing. This two-week class will teach users an understanding of who and how people can view their Facebook profile, how to find their family and friends on Facebook, how to share photos and Date: November 26 - December 17 video, as well as business tools and applications of the world’s Day: Tuesdays most popular website. Class participants will have be able to Time: 6:00—7:40pm learn, ask questions and try Facebook hands-on with guidance Location: Nicolet High School - Room C107 from the instructor.   Fee: $64.00R/$74.00NR Program#: 132011-01 Date:           September 23 & 30 Min/Max: 8/15 Day:             Mondays Instructor: Mike Brown Time:           6:30 - 8:30pm Location:       Nicolet High School - Room C107 Fee:             $49.00R/$59.00NR Program#: 132322-01 Min/Max:         5/25 Instructor:     Tim Cigelske In this series of sessions, introductory concepts will be taught in Microsoft Excel, a popular spreadsheet program. Participants should have basic computer experience. Includes navigation, workbook management, data entry, formatting, formulas, cell reference, and cut/copy/paste tasks.

eBay

Do you have great –grandma’s Ruby Glass from the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893? What’s it worth? Do you want to buy a telescope? Sell an autographed biography of Winston Churchill? In this three-hour course, you’ll learn the on-line auction process of E-Bay, and use PayPal to send/receive payment. E-Bay helps you value what you have, and makes cleaning the attic fun! Going ….Going….GONE! Date:           September 19 Day:             Thursday Time:           6:00 - 9:00pm Location:       Nicolet High School - Room C107 Fee:             $35.00R/$45.00NR Program#: 132013-01 Min/Max:         8/20 Instructor:     Chris Such

iPad 101

For new iPad users who have never owned an iPhone or iPod Touch, simple things like finding good apps, installing them, organizing them or even deleting them might seem like an insurmountable task. Luckily, there is iPad 101. The lessons in iPad 101 is targeted at the new user who needs help doing the basics, like navigating the iPad, finding apps, downloading them, organizing them or simply getting into the iPad settings. Must bring your own iPad. Date:           November 7 & 14 NEW! Day:             Thursdays Time:           6:00 - 8:00pm Location:       Nicolet High School - Room C107 Fee:             $35.00R/$45.00NR Program#: 132014-01 Min/Max:         8/20 Instructor:     Chris Such


Meatballs from around the World

The word “meatball” usually conjures up visions of ground beef spheres seasoned with garlic and herbs and simmered in zesty, Italian-style tomato sauce. But cultures around the world, including China, Sweden, and Germany, have their own versions of this satisfying meat-centric dish. The varieties are infinite and no matter the type of meatball, they are simple to prepare and just the perfect comfort food. You’ll sample… Mexican Meatballs in Spicy Chipotle Sauce, Swedish Meatballs, Chinese Pearl Balls, Grandma’s Finnish Meatballs served with Lingonberries and Königsberger Klopse (German Meatballs with capers and anchovies) Date: September 26 NEW! Day: Thursday Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $28.00R/$38.00NR Program#: 132020-01 Min/Max: 12/30 Instructor: Staci Joers

Holiday Entertaining in Style

The holidays are here and guests are coming over, you want to WOW them but aren’t sure what to make. Well, I’ve got the perfect menu that is sure to impress. You’ll sample… Velvet Consommé (a light, smooth cream soup), Salt-crusted Prime Rib Roast with Herb & Horseradish Smashed Potatoes, Bacon glazed Brussels sprouts and a Fall Fruit & Wine Compote for dessert Date: November 21 Day: Thursday Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $28.00R/$38.00NR Program#: 132022-01 Min/Max: 12/30 Instructor: Staci Joers

Oktoberfest

The German heritage and influence in the Milwaukee area is widespread and none is more prominent than the German culinary influence at places like Mader’s, Karl Ratzsch’s, Usingers and more. Today, I’ll prepare a terrific menu with this German heritage in mind. You can sample all of these foods and take home the recipes to prepare for your family… Grandmas Sauerbraten, Spaetzle & Braised Red Cabbage and Maultaschen which are a famous German food and a specialty of the Baden-Württemberg area. They are like a German Ravioli, filled with beef and pork, but then cooked in broth. The people living in the Württemberg part of this German area are also called Swabians.

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Date: October 16 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $28.00R/$38.00NR Program#: 132021-01 Min/Max: 12/30 Instructor: Staci Joers

Holiday Appetizers

Appetizer parties are a fun & social way to entertain during the holidays. Come and enjoy some gourmet inspired recipes that are simple to prepare, yet will win rave reviews from family and friends. Tonite I’ll prepare… Risotto Stuffed Mushrooms, Layered Pesto Spread with Crisp Garlic Wedges, Tenderloin en Croute with Tarragon Mayo, Smoked Salmon Canapes, Curried Chicken Salad on Belgian Endiv Date: December 17 Day: Tuesday Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $28.00R/$38.00NR Program#: 132023-01 Min/Max: 12/30 Instructor: Staci Joers

Korean Side Dishes (Banchan) and Sweet Potato Noodles (Japchae)

Welcome Fall with delicious Korean style side dishes, called “Banchan” and flavorful sweet potato noodles with vegetables, “Japchae.” You will learn to cook different side dishes using seasonal vegetables commonly served in everyday Korean meals and learn about the unique seasonings used in Korean cooking. These dishes are not only easy to make but are also gluten-free and vegan friendly. Participants will also sample the food and enjoy an interactive cooking demonstration. Bring your questions and willingness to try a unique cuisine from East Asia. Date: November 12 Day: Tuesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Program#: 132027-01 Min/Max: 12/30 Instructor: Saehee Chang

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Quick Vegetarian Indian Dishes

Need to learn how to make a few dishes that are quick, something the entire family will enjoy and is nutritious? If so, come and learn a few Indian favorites that will fit the bill. Date: September 24 Day: Tuesday Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Program#: 132024-01 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Susan Pack

Indian Breakfast Foods

Tired of the same old breakfast foods? Want to find something different and is something everyone will enjoy? Then this class is for you. Come and learn how to make four different Indian breakfasts in this hands-on class. You will come away with recipes, new ideas and a happy belly. Date: November 18 Day: Monday NEW! Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Program#: 132025-01 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Susan Pack

Indian Cooking Under Pressure

Join us and learn to make a lentil soup using a pressure cooker. We will also make Indian Fried Rice with Spicy Green Beans and a raita.

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Date: October 23 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Day: Wednesday Program#: 132026-01 Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm Min/Max: 5/20 Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Instructor: Susan Pack

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No Kidding Around: Planning for Minors is a Major Issue

Our focus will be legal and financial considerations for your children’s futures. Discussion topics will include: (1) guardians for minors; (2) wills, trusts, & beneficiary planning; and (3) college savings strategies to combat rising education costs. Date: September 11 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room F105 Fee: $6.00R/$16.00NR Program#: 132302-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Dan McDermott, Attorney McDermott, Foley & Wilson, LLP

Financial and Estate Planning for Peace of Mind

Everyone, regardless of age or wealth, should have an estate plan. Wills, trusts, and beneficiary planning provide necessary direction and continuity when passing on your assets after death. Estate planning also should address during-life issues such as health care directives, durable powers of attorney, and proper financial planning for your long-term needs. We will discuss strategies to help you protect your assets and your loved ones. Date: November 12 Day: Tuesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School Athletic Conference Room (A106) Fee: $6.00R/$16.00NR Program#: 132301-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Dan McDermott, Attorney

Home Selling

Selling your home in these challenging times can be quite a project. Get the advice you need from the experts. This class will help you learn how to prepare your home for sale and how to deal with prospective customers. You will learn about the pros and cons of working with a Realtor or selling on your own. The class will point out important things to know about the “Offer to Purchase” and the home inspection. Understand more clearly some of the financial issues involved in a home sale. Learn from two experts in the fields of Real Estate Sales and Mortgage lending in a relaxed classroom setting that encourages your questions and concerns. Date: September 24 Day: Tuesday Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School Athletic Conference Room (A106) Fee: $9.00R/$19.00NR Program#: 132051-01 Min/Max: 3/15 Instructor: Penny Charlson & John Friedrichs

Unlocking Social Security: Making Your Benefits Work for You

We will provide tips to help you maximize your Social Security benefits. We also will discuss common concerns, such as: (1) when to file for benefits, (2) spousal benefits, and (3) working while receiving Social Security. We also will highlight financial and estate planning strategies that coincide with preparing for retirement. Date: October 16 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School Athletic Conference Room (A106) Fee: $6.00R/$16.00NR Program#: 132300-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Dan McDermott, Attorney McDermott, Foley & Wilson, LLP

Taming The High Cost of College

TAMING THE HIGH COST OF COLLEGE workshop provides unique strategies you can implement right away! You will learn: • How some students attend an expensive private university for LESS • Strategies to qualify for MORE need-based financial aid • The best tips when applying for financial aid • How to use tax strategies to SAVE on college • The best ways to save money and win scholarships even if you do not qualify for need-based aid Come see for yourself how to save money, save time, and reduce stress when applying to and paying for college. Date: September 19 P CO-O Day: Thursday Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm Location: Range Line School - Room 108 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $7.00R/$17.00NR per family Program#: 132292-01 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Brad Baldridge College Solutions, LLC

The Path 2 Buy Home Buying Seminar

Buying your first home can be a very intimidating experience. This class should give you lots of answers and information so you can make educated decisions about that first home purchase. This class will walk you through the entire process from start to finish. We begin at the preapproval process with your lender, explain how and why to work with a Realtor, the loan application process, and finally closing. Along the way you will learn about credit reports and scoring, appraisals and home inspections, negotiating your offer to purchase, title insurance and the closing process. This class is held in a very informal setting to encourage you to ask your questions of two very experienced professionals in the Real Estate and mortgage lending business. Date: September 25 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School Athletic Conference Room (A106) Fee: $9.00R/$19.00NR Program#: 132050-01 Min/Max: 3/15 Instructor: Penny Charlson & John Friedrichs


Glass Fusion for Beginners

Learn the art of glass fusion, one of the newest and hottest arts. Each creation looks like stained-glass without the grinding and leading. Cut and layer pieces of glass and have them fused together in a kiln. Each participant will make a set of four 4” square coasters and a 6” square wall hanging. Fired pieces will be picked up at a later date.

Stained Glass

A revered art form brings added elegance to modern decor. Students will receive a supply list at the start of the program.

Date: September 18 - December 18 (skip 11/13, 11/27) Day: Wednesdays Time: 6:30—9:00pm Date: September 26 Location: Nicolet High School - Room C109 Day: Thursday Fee: $95.00R/$105.00NR Time: 6:00 - 9:00pm Program#: 132440-01 Location: Art Trooper Min/Max: 10/30 333 W. Brown Deer Road - Fox Point Instructor: Marion Allen Fee: $60.00R/$70.00NR Program#: 132150-01 Min/Max: 6/30 Instructor: Ann Deuser, Art Trooper

Woodcarving

Come learn the basics of woodcarving taught by local author and artist and police chaplain Greg Young. Learn to carve a woodspirit face in a corner of a piece of wood and a delightful snowman. Greg will also teach you the fundamentals of carving wood, various woodcarving techniques, and how to properly care for woodcarving tools. Greg will provide the carving tools and the wood to be carved for each student. Students will need to purchase a carving glove to be worn on the hand holding the piece being carved. (Various stores like Cabela’s, Fleet Farm, Gander Mountain, etc. carry gloves, (often fish filleting gloves) that have kevlar in them and protects the hand from sharp objects. If anyone has a question please don’t hesitate to contact Greg on his cell phone at: 414-573-6008

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NEW Date: October 1 - 22 Day: Tuesdays Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room C109 Fee: $85.00R/$95.00NR Program#: 132750-01 Min/Max: 4/10 Instructor: Greg Young

Watercolor Painting

Join a fun and relaxing class discovering the joys of watercolor painting. Critiques, demonstrations and individual attention will be the main components of this class. All skill levels are welcome. Taught by Wisconsin Watercolor Society member Judy Gahn Murphy. Suggested supply list will be sent prior to first class. Approximate cost of supplies is $80. Date: September 16 - November 11 Day: Mondays Time: 5:00 - 7:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D109 Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR Program#: 132450-01 Min/Max: 9/15 Instructor: Judy Gahn Murphy

Acrylic Painting

Learn how to paint in this studio formatted class. Emphasis will be on mixing of paint and new painting techniques. One-on-one instruction as well as group critiques and demonstrations will help develop your style. Suggested supply list will be sent prior to first class. Approximate cost of supplies is $90.00. Date: September 19 - November 21 (skip 10/24) Day: Thursdays Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D109 Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR Program#: 132530-01 Min/Max: 9/15 Instructor: Judy Gahn Murphy

Basics of Drawing for Better Painting

Drawing is the very foundation of all art. Accurate drawing is the basis of all representational art. Learn how to see and draw what you see using pencil and paper. Practical exercises include positive and negative space, line and tone, relationships between subjects in a still life and perspective and proportion. We will be learning about the direct observation method. Supply list will be sent upon registration. Date: November 5 - December 10 Day: Tuesdays Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D109 Fee: $40.00R/$50.00NR Program#: 132531-01 Min/Max: 5/15 Instructor: Judy Gahn Murphy


Feng Shui Basics

What is feng shui? Feng shui is an ancient art and science developed over 3,000 years ago in China. It is a complex body ok knowledge that reveals how to balance the energies of any given space to assure health and good fortune for people inhabiting it. In this program you will learn how to use feng shui in your own home. You will learn about the 9-step bagua map and how to complete the floor plan for your home; decluttering your space and bringing balance and harmony to your home. Date: September 24 - October 29 Day: Tuesdays NEW! Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D109 Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR Program#: 132690-01 Min/Max: 10/25 Instructor: Tatia Biddle

Jewelry Making

In this program, participants will learn the basic of beginning jewelry making. Wire-tapping and beading will be covered. Students will create a necklace, bracelet and earrings of their own design. Date: September 24 - October 29 Day: Tuesdays Time: 7:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D109 Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR Program#: 132691-01 Min/Max: 10/25 Instructor: Tatia Biddle NEW!

Introductory Square Dancing

Square dancing offers low impact aerobic exercise. Singles, couples and children can participate, and no special clothing is needed. Learning modern square dancing is easy. The experienced caller guides you through a series of square dance steps. Then blending these steps into a pattern, the caller quickly has you dancing to the rhythm of the music. Once square dance steps become natural, you will be ready to join in square dances held regularly several days each week in the Milwaukee area. Both young and old love the fitness, friendship, and fun available in square dancing.

Date: September 12 - December 19 (skip 10/24, 11/28) Session: Fee: Program#: Day: Thursdays Individual $59.00R/$69.00NR 132470-01 Time: 7:00 - 9:00pm Couple $104.00R/$124.00NR 132470-02 Location: Nicolet High School - Cafeteria Age: 15 years and up & children ages 7-14 accompanied by parent Min/Max: 8/24 Instructor: Eric Tangman

Ballroom Dance

Are you left out when the music starts playing at a wedding or on a cruise? Learn ballroom dancing and have a great time doing it! Intermediate and Advanced Levels feature new steps from the previous season. Must register with dance partner. Basic II: Working with basic material Fox Trot, Rumba, Swing, and Waltz. Pre-requisite is to complete basic I. Intermediate: Must have completed 1 or more semesters of basic ballroom or equivalent experience. Advanced: Must have completed at least 3 terms of ballroom dancing or equivalent experience. Date: October 1 - December 10 Level: Time: Program#: (skip 11/26) Basic II 6:30 - 7:25pm 132460-01 Day: Tuesdays Intermediate 7:30 - 8:25pm 132460-02 Location: Nicolet High School - Cafeteria Advanced 8:30 - 9:25pm 132460-03 Fee: $56.00R/$66.00NR per couple Min/Max: 10/25 couples Instructor: Lou Calicchio

The Journey of Journaling

The program aims at working with the reflective/creative tool of journaling on finding one’s inner voice, path and purpose. The use of journaling in a reflective/ creative way also enables us to observe some personal challenges while working toward personal clarification. This is not a “dear diary” workshop, instead, we will be working with different alternative approaches toward keeping one’s personal book-of-life, using verbal tools as well as incorporating imagery and light art work (depends on class’ decision as a group). Date: October 7 - 28 NEW! Day: Mondays Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room F105 Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR Program#: 131720-01 Min/Max: 5/15 Instructor: Maya Levanon, Ed.D, MA (philosophy)

Sheepshead also available for adults see page 58


Adult Conversational Spanish

Ole! Join Futura Language Professionals in a Spanish language adventure. This lively course is a great introduction to the Spanish language for those who have had very little to no previous Spanish. The course will focus on introductions, numbers, colors, foods, parts of the body, time, and family. Through a dynamic, hands-on method, students will learn how to carry on simple conversations while building their Spanish vocabularies.  Date:           October 1 - 29 Day:             Tuesdays Time:           6:00 - 7:30pm Location:       Nicolet High School - Room B119 Fee:             $145.00R/$165.00NR Program#: 132200-01 Min/Max:         8/15 Instructor:     Futura Language Professionals

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Reading & Writing in Russian

If you speak Russian with your relatives and friends, but can not read or write in Russian, if you want to enjoy reading famous books, written by Russian authors in original version or want to impress someone by writing a letter, the instructor will be happy to help you. And very soon you will be able to do it.

Chicago, Your Way! Holiday Shopping

Join us for a fun-filled day in Chicago. You will have the day to yourself to shop, go to museums or people watch. You will be dropped off and picked up at the corner of Rush and Superior. Come with family and friends. All payments are non-refundable. Date: December 7 P Day: Saturday CO-O Time: Bus loads at 8:15am Bus returns approx. at 7:00pm Location: Shorewood High School - Parking Lot 1701 East Capitol Drive - Shorewood Fee: $32.00R/$42.00NR Program#: 142062-01 Min/Max: 30/55

Beginning Russian Language

If you like to travel, if you have friends that speak Russian, if you are an open-minded and curious person and want to learn something new and different or your grandma used to speak this language you never understood, this is the class for you. The instructor would love to introduce you to the language of a huge country, called Russia.

Date: September 16 - November 7 Date: September 16 - November 7 Day: Mondays & Thursdays ! NEW! W NE Day: Mondays & Thursdays Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm Time: 6:45 - 7:45pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B119 Location: Nicolet High School - Room B119 Fee: $99.00R/$109.00NR Fee: $99.00R/$109.00NR Program#: 132760-01 Program#: 132761-01 Min/Max: 5/15 Min/Max: 5/15 Instructor: Raisa Mezhikovsky Instructor: Raisa Mezhikovsky

Work With The Modesto/Ship Real Estate Team! Family Storytelling 101 Workshop

Would you like to write your favorite family stories but don’t know where to start? This workshop will provide ideas and techniques to start recording family events to share and pass down to future generations. Start your own list of story ideas, discuss techniques on how to interview family members, and review tips to help you polish stories. There are no requirements for the workshop beyond an interest in recording family lore. Multi-generational projects are encouraged. *Nancy Martin – Nancy co-authored Patton’s Lucky Scout with her father-in-law Frank Wayne Martin (published in 2009 by Crickhollow). She has done several “mini biographies” with local seniors. Nancy has led numerous storytelling workshops and facilitates several senior writing groups, working with Osher, WEAC retired teachers, Milwaukee Writer’s Circle, several churches and several senior communities. She is also a volunteer oral historian for the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. Date: September 14 NEW! Day: Saturday Time: 9:00 - 11:00am Location: Nicolet High School - Room B111 Fee: $25.00R/$35.00NR Program#: 132650-01 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Nancy Martin*

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Theory of Acupuncture

Learn why 2 billion people worldwide use this ancient and effective medicine. Find out what acupuncture feels like, what it treats and how it works. Receive a FREE test to find out if Acupuncture can help you treat any stress related conditions you have such as digestive disturbances, migraines, headaches, and shoulder/neck/back pain. *Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine; Author of the book “Oriental Medicine and you.” Date: September 18 NEW! Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Fee: $10.00R/$20.00NR Program#: 132660-01 Min/Max: 8/18 Instructor: Curry Chaudoir*

Trigger Point Massage

Attend this workshop and learn how to achieve pain relief and reduce stress naturally by using trigger point massage. Do you suffer from stress, headaches, neck/shoulder pain or low back/ mid back pain? Improving blood and energy circulation can help! This workshop is hands on; therefore you need to bring a partner. You will learn a valuable technique that you can use at home, work or while traveling to get relief. It’s great for you to use on friends and family to help them out too. Not only will you learn this great technique for your personal use at home for pain control, but you will also have the opportunity to receive a free test at this workshop to see if acupuncture can help you. Date: November 6 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Fee: $10.00R/$20.00NR Program#: 132661-01 Min/Max: 8/18 Instructor: Curry Chaudoir*

Spirit in Motion

Let’s dance from within and break free of conditioning and habits that confine us. Let’s tap into our body’s wisdom and together connect to a deeper and more expressive way of being. Day: Fridays NEW! Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts - Upper Level Education Center 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Fee: $20.00R/$30.00NR Min/Max: 5/25 Instructor: Kate Loukes, MA Session: I II III

Date: October 25 November 22 December 13

Program#: 132550-01 132550-02 132550-03

Radiant Toddlers

This class for moms and toddlers aims to create a sacred space with your toddler through movement, music, yoga and connection while nourishing their mind/body/spirit connection. Date: September 11 - October 30 NEW! Day: Wednesdays Time: 11:00am - 12noon Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts - Upper Level Education Center 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Fee: $65.00R/$75.00NR Program#: 132551-01 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Kate Loukes, MA

Back to School and Empowered

Kate will teach you and your child a series of 5-minute exercises to increase attention, awareness and connection. Let’s give our kids a “tool box” of strategies for feeling empowered, energized, and enthusiastic for learning. Day: Saturdays Time: 10:00am - 12noon NEW! Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts - Lower Level Education Center 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Fee: $25.00R/$35.00NR Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Kate Loukes, MA Session: I II

Date: September 14 October 19

Program#: 132552-01 132552-02


The Camera in Your Smartphone

It’s a camera, it’s a photo album, it’s a television - it’s your phone. Learn about the apps, tips, tricks and limitations of iPhone and Android smartphones for pictures and video. This class will cover your smartphone’s camera, storage options, email and messaging, posting to social media and more. Date: October 14 Day: Monday NEW! Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D111 Fee: $22.00R/$32.00NR Program#: 132270-01 Min/Max: 4/20 Instructor: C.T. Kruger

Making Better Pictures

There is an old saying “It’s not the camera, it’s who is behind it.” This seminar concentrates on The Picture and how the photographer can manage what is in front of them, and the camera, to make better pictures. Class covers basic compositional techniques and camera control as they apply to photographing Kids, Sports, Nature and in general photography. Date: October 21 Day: Monday NEW! Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D111 Fee: $22.00R/$32.00NR Program#: 132271-01 Min/Max: 4/20 Instructor: C.T. Kruger

Pictures Into Photobooks

Bring your pictures on CDs, flash drives and memory cards for this hands-on, two-session computer class to create photobooks using the online service Shutterfly. Class will cover account setup, uploading photos, use of page templates, text and other design elements to create photo books. Concepts from this class can be used with any online photo book service, or with downloaded software from certain online services. Students will be able to work on a book in class and at home through their computer. This is not a basic computer class. Student must be comfortable with PC computer use. Book printing not included in class fee. Date: October 28 & November 4 Fee: $34.00R/$44.00NR Day: Mondays Program#: 132272-01 Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Min/Max: 4/12 Location: Nicolet High School - Room C107 Instructor: C.T. Kruger

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Autumn Artisan’s Fair CALLING ALL VENDORS!

Saturday, November 9th, 2013 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Nicolet High School

Check out our online registration page http://www.nicolet.k12.wi.us/community/artisans_fair.cfm (located under the community link on the Nicolet website)

Our new email address Autumn_ArtisansFair@nicolet.k12.wi.us

The Autumn Artisan’s Fair was created out of the need to provide “real-world” work experience for the students of the Nicolet Special Education Life Skills program. Today, competitive or supportive employment, supported or independent living and lifelong learning are expectations for students with disabilities. Our students participate in the entire planning and budgeting process, as well as the execution of the Artisan’s Fair. This year the event will be held on Saturday, November 9th, 2013. We are currently looking for artists/vendors for this years event. We welcome new artists/vendors.


Jazzercise

Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective 60-minute total body workout. Every Jazzercise group fitness class combines dance-based cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burn. Choreographed to today’s hottest music, Jazzercise is a fusion of jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. Start dancing yourself fit and change the shape of your body today! Wear comfortable clothes that are easy to move in, supportive tennis shoes and bring water. Mats and weights are available to borrow. Students must arrive 15 minutes early for their first class. Jazzercise is an ongoing program, and you may attend any of the ten Regular Format classes and one Bodysculpting class offered each week. Come as often as you like (most attendees average 2-3 times per week). Classes are for adults – 18 and older. Questions? Call Julia Gimbel at (414 )964-1516. This facility is NOT airconditioned. Day/Time: Mondays - 9:00am, 4:45pm, 6:00pm Tuesdays - 9:00am (Bodysculpting format) Wednesdays - 9:00am, 4:45pm, 6:00pm Thursdays - 9:00am (low-impact) & 6:00pm Fridays - 9:00am Saturdays - 8:30am Location: Good Hope School - Gym Fee: $84.00R/$94.00NR Min/Max: 4/24 Instructor: Julia Gimbel Session: I II

Dates: Program#: September 3 - October 26 133050-01 November 4 - December 28 133050-02

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Beginning Tai Chi and Qigong

Tai Chi is a series of gentle, flowing movements that have been practiced as a health exercise since ancient times in China. Tai Chi integrates the body and mind to improve health, fitness and relaxation. Classes are designed to improve balance and posture, relieve stress and improve concentration and memory. Qigong is the practice of balancing and strengthening qi (life energy) in the human body. Date: September 9 - November 11 Day: Mondays Time: 8:05 - 9:05pm Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Program#: 133101-01 Min/Max: 8/18 Instructor: Alice Kuramoto

Intermediate Tai Chi and Qigong

Students should be able to perform 31 movements of the Sun style Tai Chi as a pre-requisite for this course. Tai Chi integrates the body and mind to improve health, fitness and relaxation. Date: September 9 - November 11 Day: Mondays Time: 7:00 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Program#: 133100-01 Min/Max: 8/18 Instructor: Alice Kuramoto

Gentle Flow Yoga also available for adults see page 57

Yoga Fitness - Evening Flow

This class offers an active, flowing style of Hatha yoga for a complete mind/body exercise experience that allows participants to unwind mentally and physically while toning and aligning the body. The format of class is multi-level and benefits all ages, fitness levels, and seasoned yoga enthusiasts – students are encouraged to work at their own individual pace, comfort and challenge-levels. It is a fitness-style blend yoga helping to improve alignment, circulation, flexibility, and muscle-core-strength while promoting inner tranquility – to invigorate and rejuvenate body, mind and spirit. A limited amount of yoga mats, blocks and straps are supplied. Bring to Class: Yoga mat, pillow for support if needed, blanket if desired, water to stay hydrated is always a good idea especially in a warmer season. It’s always a good idea to consult your doctor before starting a new exercise routine including yoga. Multi-level class format, with flexibility of attending either Tuesday/Thursday class for make-ups. Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm Location: Good Hope School Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Erica Boos, RYT, Yoga Alliance, YogaFit certified Session: I II III IV

Date: Day: September 3 - October 29 (skip 10/22) Tuesdays September 5 - October 31 (skip 10/24) Thursdays November 5 - December 17 (skip 11/26) Tuesdays November 7 - December 19 (skip 11/28) Thursdays

Fee: $74.00R/$84.00NR $74.00R/$84.00NR $65.00R/$75.00NR $57.00R/$67.00NR

Program: 133030-01 133030-02 133030-03 133030-04

Middle Eastern Belly Dancing

The beginning class offers students the opportunity to learn the art of belly dancing in a comfortable, casual atmosphere. Learn basic choreography and enhance your overall flexibility and general conditioning. Optional field trips to local belly dancing events and spring recital. Wear exercise clothes. Hip scarves are available for purchase. The advanced class offers students the opportunity to learn more advanced choreography and different styles of dance while perfecting their technique. The technique class is a two hour class tailored for beginner through advanced level students. Classes will consist of technique drills (both Oriental and Folkloric), creating combos and improvisational techniques. Day: Tuesdays Location: Lydell Community Center - Room 17 5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay Min/Max: 8/15 Instructor: Zahra Sagira (Advanced), Suzanne Singh (Beginning) Level: Beginning Intermediate Advanced Beginning Intermediate Advanced Technique

Date: Time: September 3 - October 8 8:00 - 9:00pm September 3 - October 8 6:00 - 7:00pm September 3 - October 8 7:00 - 8:00pm November 12 - December 17 8:00 - 9:00pm November 12 - December 17 6:00 - 7:00pm November 12 - December 17 7:00 - 8:00pm October 22 and 29 6:30 - 8:30pm

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Program#: 133010-01 133010-02 133010-03 133010-04 133010-05 133010-06 133010-07


Zumba Toning

When it comes to body sculpting, Zumba ToningÂŽ raises the bar (or rather, the toning stick). It combines targeted body-sculpting exercises and high-energy cardio work with Latin-infused Zumba moves to create a calorie-torching, strength-training dance fitnessparty. Students learn how to use lightweight, maraca-like Toning Sticks to enhance rhythm and tone all their target zones, including arms, abs and thighs. Zumba Toning is the perfect way for enthusiasts to sculpt their bodies naturally while having a total blast. 1-3lbs weights maybe substituted for the Zumba Toning sticks! Day: Saturdays Session: Time: 9:15 - 10:15am I Location: Nicolet High School II Dance Studio (A113) Fee: $45.00R/$55.00NR Min/Max: 8/25 Instructor: Neila Bond

Date: Program#: September 7 - October 19 133040-01 October 26 - December 14 (skip 12/7) 133040-02

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SF Cycle/Spin

Would you like to pedal your way to a healthier life? If so, then a Solful Fitness Cycling class might be right for you. Participants of the Solful Fitness Cycle class will enjoy an athletic and authentic cycling ride. With driving music and great drills, we bring your outdoor cycling experience indoors without the barking dogs! You’ll climb hills, pass riders on the flats, challenge your fitness levels and have a blast!. Get ready to sweat! We bring the workout. You bring a towel and water bottle. Please note: Because each participant sets his/her own intensity level in class, SF Group Cycling is a workout that participants of ALL fitness levels may take part in together. Drop-Ins are welcome $20.00 per class. Day: Time: Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30 - 7:30pm Nicolet High School - Weight & Fitness Center $169.00R/$189.00NR 5/15 Solful Fitness Instructor

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Date: Program#: September 17 - October 31 (skip 10/24) 133140-01 November 5 - December 19 (skip 11/28) 133140-02

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Beginning Pilates (Pi-lah-teez)

Begin the school year with your own wellness plan of pilates, a system of exercises designed to improve posture, flexibility and strength. This mind and body movement class will be held in a beautiful pilates studio designed for concentration and relaxation. Location: Med Alliance Wellness Center 309 W. Silver Spring Drive - Whitefish Bay Fee: $75.00R/$85.00NR Min/Max: 5/12 P CO-O Instructor: Kathie Spencer, Certified Trainer Session: I II III IV

Date: Day: September 16 - October 21 Mondays September 18 - October 23 Wednesdays November 11 - December 16 Mondays November 6 - December 18 (skip 11/27) Wednesdays

Time: 8:30 - 9:30am 6:30 - 7:20pm 8:30 - 9:30am 6:30 - 7:20pm

Program#: 133020-01 133020-02 133020-03 133020-04

NIA Movement Classes

NIA HOLISTIC, HEALING, DANCE-BASED MOVEMENT. Nia is a holistic fitness class combining movement from the dance arts, martial arts and healing arts-including yoga. Anyone can do NIA-it is appropriate for all levels of fitness and agility. Students are encouraged to modify all movements according to their own body’s needs. Movements are simple and leave lots of room for self-expression. NIA is a fun, cardiovascular experience that gives you a new body and a new life. Date: September 4 - December 20 Day/Time: Mondays - 12:00 - 1:00pm (Gentle Nia) Wednesday - 9:30 - 10:30am Thursday - 6:30 - 7:30pm Friday - 1:00 - 2:00pm Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts - Upper Level Education Center 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Min/Max: 4/24 Instructor: Bethamie L. Wyatt, Certified NIA Blue Belt Instructor Type: Fee: Drop-in (1 class) $12.00R/$22.00NR 5 Classes (expires 90 days) $55.00R/$65.00NR 10 Classes (expires 4 months) $100.00R/$120.00NR 20 Classes (expires 6 months) $180.00R/$200.00NR Monthly Pass (unlimited monthly) $60.00R/$70.00NR

Program#: 133180-01 133180-02 133180-03 133180-04 133180-05

With more than 370,000 square feet of beautiful space, Nicolet High School is the optimal setting for your next event. Nicolet High School features: a pool, cafeteria, classrooms, community rooms, gyms, practice fields, and much more. From a basketball tournament/camp to a bridal/wedding shower to a banquet, we have the ideal space to meet your requirements. Nicolet High School is located just 10 minutes north of downtown and easily accessible off of Interstate 43. Our staff will be happy to assist you in making your event a success. Contact Nate Brooks at (414) 351-7568 or nate_brooks@nicolet.k12.wi.us to reserve your facility today!


Get Your Boots Wet!

(formerly Combo Water Aerobics) Strengthen, tone, and tighten your muscles; improve lung and heart capacities; refine balance coordination, as you perform these movements. This routine is more rigorous and demanding than Aero Swim. Fitness Level: High Day: Mondays Session: Date: Time: Program#: Location: Nicolet High School - Pool I September 9 - October 28 7:00 - 7:45pm 135030-01 Age: 16 years and up II November 4 - December 9 7:00 - 8:00pm 135030-02 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Min/Max: 10/25 AEA Specialist: Cindy Schlidt

Underwater Currents (Deep Water Aerobics)

Control the fight against gravity! This fitness program is a non-impact workout that incorporates muscular strengthening cardiovascular, conditioning, and core toning movements. This fitness program is done in deep water, therefore, participants should be comfortable in deep water with a floatation belt. Water shoes optional. Fitness level: Moderate. Day: Tuesdays Session: Date: Program#: Time: 6:45 - 7:30pm I September 3 - October 22 135060-01 Location: Glen Hills - Pool II October 29 - December 17 135060-02 Age: 16 years and up Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Min/Max: 10/25 AEA Specialist: Cindy Schlidt

Waves (Shallow Water Aerobics)

A heart pounding, lung expanding, foot stomping never stop moving, calorie burning shallow water workout. This ence is for anyone with a heartbeat! Water shoes required. Fitness level: Low. Day: Wednesdays Session: Date: Time: Location: Nicolet High School - Pool I September 4 - October 30 7:00 - 7:45pm Age: 16 years and up (skip 9/11) Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR II November 6 - December 11 7:00 - 8:00pm Min/Max: 10/25 AEA Specialist: Cindy Schlidt

45 minute experiProgram#: 135070-01 135070-02

Aero Swim

This fitness program is a head-to-toe non-impact workout that incorporates muscular strengthening cardiovascular conditioning and core toning. This fitness program is a combination of deep water and lap swim movements. This is a program done in deep water, therefore, participants should be comfortable in deep water with a floatation belt (included with fee). Water shoes optional. Fitness level: High Location: Glen Hills - Pool Age: 16 years and up Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Min/Max: 10/25 AEA Specialist: Cindy Schlidt Session: I II III IV

Date: Day: September 5 - October 24 Thursdays September 7 - October 26 Saturdays October 31 - December 12 (skip 11/28) Thursdays November 2 - December 21 Saturdays

Time: 6:45 - 7:30pm 8:15 - 9:00am 6:30 - 7:30pm 8:15 - 9:00am

Program# 135020-01 135020-02 135020-03 135020-04

Water aerobics drop-in fee of $5.00R/$7.00NR for those with a challenging schedule. Pay on pool deck.


Mid-Day Paddle Trip

Tough day or week at work! Then slow down and join us for a relaxing mid day paddle. This is the perfect slow down from a hard day with this relaxing trip. We will paddle down the Milwaukee River as the sun sets over the downtown area. This is a wonderful opportunity to see the city from a totally unique perspective. Day: Sundays Time: 1:30 - 4:30pm Location: Milwaukee Rowing Club 1990 N. Commerce St. - Milwaukee 53212 Fee: $35.00R/$45.00NR Min/Max: 2/6 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoors Staff NEW! Session: Date: I - Canoeing September 15 II - Canoeing September 22 III - Canoeing September 29 IV - Kayaking October 6 V - Kayaking October 13

Program#: 133200-01 133200-02 133200-03 133200-04 133200-05

Archery

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows. Date: September 9 - October 7 Day: Mondays Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm Location: Kletzsch Park - Archery Range Fee: $54.00R/$64.00NR Program#: 131130-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Badminton

This sport offers something for everyone. Instruction will be offered for all who wish it. Rackets will be furnished or you may bring your own. Shuttlecocks will be provided. Provide your email address on your registration form to receive information regarding changes in schedule. Date: August 28 - December 18 (skip 9/11, 10/2, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6) Day: Wednesdays Time: 7:30 - 9:30pm Location: Whitefish Bay High School - Field House 1200 E. Fairmount Ave. - WFB Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Min/Max: 6/24 P Program#: 131170-01 CO-O Instructor: Doug Kane


Ice Skating - Adult 1-4

The adult curriculum is designed to promote overall fitness, while mastering the basics of ice skating. Divided into 4 levels, adult skaters will progress at an individual rate. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Please specify level. Adult Adult Adult Adult

1 2 3 4

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Proper techniques to fall & get up, marching, two-foot glides, turns & backward skating Forward stroking & crossovers, backward one-foot glides & stops Backward crossovers, two-foot spins & more advanced turns More advanced turns, edge work & footwork

Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 S. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 13 years & up Fee: $110.00R/$130.00NR Min/Max: 1/40 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI

Date: Day: September 12 - October 17 Thursdays September 14 - October 19 Saturdays September 15 - October 20 Sundays November 2 - December 14 (skip 11/30) Saturdays November 3 - December 15 (skip 12/1) Sundays November 7 - December 19 (skip 11/26) Thursdays

Time 6:00 - 7:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm

Program#: 131310-01 131310-02 131310-03 131310-04 131310-05 131310-06

Adult Group Golf Lessons

Ideal for the beginner and advanced beginner. These lessons provide a thorough introduction and a review of the fundamentals of playing golf. Our award-winning PGA pros discuss goals and then help to perfect your grip, alignment, posture, and swing mechanics tailored to the individual’s abilities. This lesson covers the full swing, putting and chipping. Our goal is to get you to enjoy your golf experience! All lessons include: four hours of instruction, rules and etiquette booklet, one round of golf, and golf clubs provided at no additional cost. Location: Missing Links Golf Club 12950 N. Port Washington Rd. - Mequon Fee: 90.00R/$113.00NR Min/Max: 1/10 Instructor: Missing Links Golf Professionals Session: I II III IV

Date: Day: September 10 - October 1 Tuesdays September 10 - October 1 Tuesdays September 12 - October 3 Thursdays September 12 - October 3 Thursdays

Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm

Co-ed Volleyball League

Program#: 131060-01 131060-02 131060-03 131060-04

BUMP, SET, SPIKE and join the FUN! Sign your team up for our recreational league. Please register as a team only. Registration deadline is September 13. League play begins September 19. Date: September 19 - December 19 (skip 10/17, 11/28) Day: Thursdays Time: 6:30pm, 7:30pm rotating schedule Location: Glen Hills Middle School - Gym Fee: $195.00 per team Program#: 131110-01 Min/Max: 4/8 teams


Intermediate Adult Tennis Instruction

If you are working to refine skill and technique, this is the program for you! Tennis balls are provided but students must bring their own racquets. Date: September 19 - November 7 Fee: $47.00R/$57.00NR Day: Thursdays Program#: 131020-01 Time: 7:00 - 8:00pm Min/Max: 8/16 Location: Nicolet High School - Gym 2 Instructor: Marty Goldin, former professional tennis player

Adult Tennis Instruction

Beginner and intermediate players will enjoy learning basic tennis skills and strategy. Participants must furnish their own racquet. Location: Elite Sports Club - Northshore 5750 N. Glen Park Rd. - Glendale 53209 Fee: $96.00R/$106.00NR Min/Max: 5/10 Instructor: Northshore Elite Staff Session: Beginner Beginner Beginner Intermediate Beginner Beginner Beginner Intermediate

Date: Day: September 23 - October 28 Mondays September 24 - October 29 Tuesdays September 25 - October 30 Wednesdays September 26 - October 31 Thursdays November 4 - December 9 Mondays November 5 - December 10 Tuesdays November 6 - December 11 Wednesdays November 7 - December 12 Thursdays

Nicolet 2 of 3, July 2013

Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm 1:00 - 2:00pm 7:30 - 8:30pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm 1:00 - 2:00pm 7:30 - 8:30pm

Program#: 131021-01 131021-02 131021-03 131021-04 131021-05 131021-06 131021-07 131021-08


Pickleball

Yes, PICKLEBALL – the fun game with the funny name! Created in the backyard of Washington Congressman Joel Pritchard in 1965, it is a combination of badminton, tennis and table tennis, and is enjoyed by people of all ages. Using a badminton-sized court, tennis-height net, table tennis-type paddle, and a baseball-sized wiffle ball, usually played by doubles, this game has few rules and is far less strenuous than tennis. It is easy to learn and provides plenty of exercise and eye-hand coordination; a game of strategy for both men and women, you don’t have to be tall and powerful. Want to watch a video? Go to USAPA.org, click on link to “What is Pickleball?” Register for a LIMITED ATTENDANCE FREE CLINIC to learn the game, or sit in on any open court session to see if you’d like it. *Starting October 1, Pickleball participants will be purchasing a punch card in the Recreation Office (Monday – Friday - 8am – 4pm) for $30 for residents/$40 for non-residents which is good for 10 plays for either Thursday or Saturday. Each participant is responsible for bringing their card and punching it each time they play. Once the card is completed, participants can purchase another card for $30/$40 for 10 more plays. Below are the dates for play on Thursdays and Saturdays in November, December, and January using the punch card as well as SKIP dates. Drop in rate for participants to play just one day without a punch card is a $5.00 fee. Thursdays (1:00 - 3:00pm) – Nov 7, 21, Dec 5, 12, 19, Jan 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 (Skip 11/14, 11/28, 12/26) Saturdays (9:00-11:00am) – Nov 2, 9, 23, 30, Dec 7, 21, 28, Jan 4, 11, 18, 25 (Skip 11/16, 12/7) OP

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Location: Range Line School - Gym 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Min/Max: 4/20 Instructor: Mequon Rec. Dept. Staff Session: Date: Day: Time: Fee: Program#: FREE CLINIC September 7 Saturday 10:00am - 12noon FREE 141250-01 FREE CLINIC December 7 Saturday 10:00am - 12noon FREE 141250-02 I Sept. 12 - Oct. 31 Thursdays 1:00 - 3:00pm $24.00R/$34.00NR 141250-03 II Sept. 14 - Oct. 26 Saturdays 9:00 - 11:00am $21.00R/$31.00NR 141250-04 *Punch Card see above $30.00R/$40.00NR 141250-05

Yoga Fitness - Gentle Morning Flow

Enjoy a light, gentle morning of flow-style Hatha yoga to refresh body and soul. This class offers a chance to unwind and improve mobility – with calming, yet energizing breathing, exercises and postures to improve circulation, balance, range-of-motion and strength, while promoting tranquility. The format of class is designed for participants to work at their own comfort level. It’s always advised that your doctor be consulted before starting yoga or any new form of exercise. A limited supply of Yoga Mats, Blocks and Straps are available for use. Bring to Class if desired: Yoga mat, pillow for added support if needed, blanket, water to stay hydrated is always a good idea especially in a warmer season. Wear comfortable stretchy clothes and no special shoes needed, we go barefoot. It is always a good idea to consult your doctor before starting a new exercise program including yoga. Flexibility of attending either Tuesday/Thursday class for make-ups. Time: 9:30 - 10:30am Location: Good Hope School Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Erica Boos, RYT, Yoga Alliance, YogaFit certified Session: I II III IV

Date: Day: September 3 - October 29 (skip 10/22) Tuesdays September 5 - October 31 (skip 10/24) Thursdays November 5 - December 17 (skip 11/26) Tuesdays November 7 - December 19 (skip 11/28) Thursdays

Fee: $74.00R/$84.00NR $74.00R/$84.00NR $65.00R/$75.00NR $57.00R/$67.00NR

Safety Driving Class - 55 Alive Class

Program: 143030-01 143030-02 143030-03 143030-04

Learn defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws, rules of the road, and much more in this exciting course. Find out how to adjust your driving to age-related changes in vision, learning and reaction time. You might even get an insurance discount! You don’t have to take a test either! Millions of people have taken advantage of this valuable course. Please bring your driver’s license and an AARP card if you have one. Sign up NOW! Space Is limited. Date: October 17 Day: Thursday Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm Location: Range Line School - Room 108 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $16.00R/$26.00NR Program#: 142070-01 Min/Max: 7/25


Sheepshead

Learn the popular card game of Sheepshead (Schafkopf – In German). It is a card game, originated in Central Europe in the late 1700s, and popular in Wisconsin, because of its’ large German-American population. Many European nationalities now enjoy this game of Sheepshead, which uses 32 cards (7s thru Aces), and accumulates points to determine the winner. Sign up for this fun and low-key course to learn the basics, or to improve your fundamental concepts. The Instructor has many years of experience and is eager to share his knowledge with you. You may even want to participate in the Nicolet Recreation Department’s (and the Glendale Senior Citizens’ Club) Annual Sheepshead Tournament, held in the Spring of each year. Date: October 7 - November 25 Day: Mondays Time: 4:00 - 5:00pm Location: LX Senior Center 217 W. Dunwood Rd. - Fox Point Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Program#: 142370-01 Min/Max: 7/10 Instructor: Dennis Staral

Mah Jongg

Winds! Bams! Dragons! Learn an ancient game with a modern twist. Mah Jongg had been a popular game in America since the 1920’s. (Note: this is NOT merely matching tiles, sometimes erroneously called Mah Jongg.) Combining both luck and skill, you will find people of all ages. Although this game of Chinese tiles is played by 4 people, the play is individual so partners are not needed. Groups of “Mahj” friends play regularly for years, so come and see why so many people have enjoyed this game for so long! You too will be able to play after this class. Fee includes current National Mah Jongg League Cards and materials. Date: September 11 - October 16 Day: Wednesdays Time: 10:00 - 11:30am Location: Range Line School - Room 110 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $56.00R/$66.00NR Program#: 142071-01 Min/Max: 4/20 Instructor: Mequon Rec. Dept. Staff

Bridge Lessons

Our bridge lessons start in the fall and are an ongoing series of 6-week sessions that continue through May. The beginning lessons at 10:00am are geared to those who enjoy cards but don’t have bridge experience, have played a minimal amount of bridge, or who have not played in years. The intermediate lessons at 1:00pm are designed to enhance basic knowledge and improve skill levels while learning current conventions and strategies. This class is usually taken after our first year class. Because bridge is a game that needs a strong foundation of basic knowledge, our classes are only offered to new students in the fall of each year, so now is the time to jump in with both feet. Don’t worry about missing a few classes as we review concepts regularly. These classes do fill quickly. We have a limit of 18 students per class and only accept additional students mid-year if space is available AND knowledge of prior concepts is shown. If you have any questions on class content or where you would best fit, please give our instructor, Billie Dillon, a call prior to the start of the sessions at 262-893-8877. Come join us to make new friendships and keep your brain busy. Day: Thursdays Location: Range Line School - Room 107 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $55.00R/$65.00NR Min/Max: 10/18 Instructor: Billie Dillon Session: I II III IV

Level: Beginner Intermediate Beginner Intermediate

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Date: Time: September 12 - October 17 10:00am - 12noon September 12 - October 17 1:00 - 3:00pm October 24 - December 5 (11/28) 10:00am - 12noon October 24 - December 5 (11/28) 1:00 - 3:00pm

Program#: 142490-01 142490-02 142490-03 142490-04

Sewing Programs With Avis Marsh

Sewing classes for everyone! Learn the basics or hone your skills. Find new sources for fabrics, discover new techniques, exchange fashion ideas and realize how easy and fun it is to sew under the expert tutelage of Avis Marsh. Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

Lydell Community Center - Room 22 5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay $75.00R/$85.00NR 6/16 Avis Marsh

Session: I II III IV

Date: Day: September 9 - November 11 Mondays September 9 - November 11 Mondays September 9 - November 11 Mondays September 11 - November 13 Wednesdays

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Time: 9:30am - 12noon 12:30 - 3:00pm 6:30 - 9:00pm 9:30am - 12:00pm

Program#: 142500-01 142500-02 142500-03 142500-04


Musical Tribute to the Stars Neil Diamond Tribute At the Starved Rock State Park Lodge Utica, Illinois

You’ll enjoy a historic trolley ride during one of the most scenic times in the Park…Fall Foliage. The trolley will make stops at the Starved Rock State Park Visitors Center where you will see a short video of the area and the Illinois Waterway Visitors Center where you will see Starved Rock from across the river and watch as the river’s barge traffic moves through the locks. You will also travel through the Village of Utica and hear about the Illinois and Michigan Canal. You will return to the lodge for a buffet lunch. The Tribute to the Stars performance is done by a tribute artist, not an impersonator. Denny, along with his two sons will entertain you with Neil Diamond’s biggest hits, as well as hits made famous by Johnny Cash, Roger Miller and Tom Jones. Their quick wit, humor and extraordinary talent are what make “Denny Diamond and the Family Jewels” such a success. Date: October 22 NEW! Day: Tuesday Time: Bus loads at 6:15am P Bus departs at 6:30pm CO-O Bus returns approx. at 6:30pm Location: Range Line School - Parking Lot (SW corner) 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $85.00R/$95.00NR Program#: 142060-01 Min/Max: 7/20

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SNIDER PAINTING AND CARPENTRY

Date: December 5 P CO-O Day: Thursday Time: 11:00am - 2:00pm Location: Range Line School - Cafeteria 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $15.00R/$25.00NR Program#: 142061-01 NEW! Min/Max: 15/50

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(414) 247-4994

333 W. Brown Deer Road

Holiday Luncheon…...Let’s Celebrate

It is that time of year. Let’s PARTY! Bring family and friends to our annual celebration as we enjoy entertainment and a great catered lunch by Prime Minister. Included is dessert and coffee, tea, soda or water. We will play a game after lunch and there will be limited number of prizes for players. We want everyone to leave with a small “goodie bag”(one per person please)compliments of area merchants. Doors will open at 10:30am with professional entertainment at 11:00am. Our entertainment this year is the “Easy Days Quartet”(2009 L.O.L. Senior’s District Champions) and is sponsored by Leonard Insurance Services, Mequon(262-241-8610). Lunch will be served at approx. 12:00 noon. We are wheelchair and walker accessible.

LAKESIDE

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Counter Top And Tile Installation

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On behalf of the Glendale Senior Citizens Club, I welcome you to our club!

ACTIVITIES Did you know the Glendale Senior Center has many activities available to you?

• Monthly Movies • Day Trips/Plays, Tours, etc. • Bridge & Sheepshead • Crafts • Shuffleboard Courts • Bowling • Library • Summer & Winter Enclosed are your Senior Citizens Club I.D. and a pink Picnics Billiards hand out that describes our • • Monthly General club. Our General meet Meeting with ings are held on the second Entertainment and Wednesday of each month. Refreshments They are held in the ComSpecial Interest mons of the Glen Hills Middle • School, 2600 W. Mill Rd., un- Meetings Annual Oktoberfest less stated differently on the • Celebration monthly calendar. You can • December Holiday look at the monthly News Party Letter to find out the topic of March Anniversary the General meeting. Cur- • Club Dinner rent activities are also listed • Brewer Baseball on the monthly calendar. You should receive a news- Games letter every two months. Our beautiful clubroom, located on the If you should have any questions about the activi- lower level of Glen Hills Middle School ties of the club please dial was especially designed for our club number at Seniors, with full 414-540-2100. kitchen, restroom facilities, and elevator access. Sincerely yours, Mr. Larry Ousterling For more information, call Membership Chairman 540-2100.

Glendale Senior Citizens Club Registration Form

To complete your registration process you will need to fill out the enclosed registration card and return it to the above address. This can be done in person or through the mail.

Name(s)_______________________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip___________________________________________________________ Home Phone____________________________________________________________ Annual Dues: $10/member Make Check payable to: Glendale Senior Citizens Club 2600 W. Mill Road Glendale, WI 53209

Dear New Member:


Summer Serenade Fox Point Concert

August 14, 2013 • 6 p.m.–8 p.m. • Longacre Pavilion*

Featuring the

Proudly Sponsored by:

Flamingos Fox Point Foundation

Member FDIC

Rain or Shine • Bring the family!

Performance by the Nicolet Dance Team *Located just north of Stormonth School


Go Knights!


Go Knights!


Go Knights!


Nicolet Recreation Department Advertising Opportunities

Advertise your business in four different ways with the Nicolet Recreation Department! Please contact Nate Brooks for more information at nate_brooks@nicolet.k12.wi.us or call (414) 351-7568.

 Bulletin Advertising 3 Issues

2 Issues

1 Issue

Full Page 8.5 x 11 in

$520

$360

$200

Half Page 4.25 x 5.5 in

$260

$180

$100

Quarter Page 2.125 x 2.75 in

$130

$90

$50

***Glossy/Color advertisements are available for an additional $25.00*** The bulletin is delivered to every household (11,000) in Bayside, Fox Point, Glendale, and River Hills 3 times a year. There are a total of 26,000 residents in the four communities. Deadlines for the bulletins are Summer – March 1st, Fall – July 1st, and Winter/Spring – November 1st. ______________________________________________________________________________________

 Website Advertising 1 Year $300.00

6 Months $180.00

http://www.nicolet.k12.wi.us/activities/recreation.cfm We added on-line registration to our website. Traffic on our site has increased dramatically as a result. This is a great way to promote your business. ______________________________________________________________________________________

 Recgram Advertising 4 Weeks $180.00

Weekly $50.00

The recgram is e-mailed weekly to a database of 2,000+ e-mail addresses using Constant Contact. The recgram is sent to participants to remind them of upcoming programs and other pertinent information from the Nicolet Recreation Department. Advertisements are located at the bottom of each recgram. ______________________________________________________________________________________

 Flyer Advertising 4 Weeks $180.00

Weekly $50.00

The school folder flyers are distributed once a week to 1,500 area feeder school students. The flyers are sent to area students to remind them of upcoming recreation programs. Advertisements are a full page in size and would be on the back of the flyer.


Registration Form Nicolet Recreation Department

Phone: (414) 351-7566 Fax: (414) 351-4053 www.nicolet.k12.wi.us

6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd. Glendale, WI 53217

On-line registration: https://rec.nicolet.k12.wi.us Household Information:

Date:__________________________

Alumni___

Name (person filling out form):________________________________________________________________ Address:___________________________________________________________________________________ City:__________________________________________ State:______ Zip:___________ Home Phone:________________________________Cell Phone:_____________________________________ E-mail Address:_____________________________________________________________________________ Unless otherwise notified, assume that you are enrolled in the program.

Name

Sex

Birthdate

Grade Program#

Reduced Fee School Meal Program for Nicolet School District Students For those families who meet the criteria for free school meal program, your child’s class fee can be reduced by 50% (supplies and materials excluded). School lists will be used to verify eligibility. “I certify that my child/children is/are eligible for the reduced fee school meal program” Signature _________________________________________________________ Waiver and Release of Claims “As a participant/parent/guardian in this program, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury and I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, damages or loss which I/my child may ward or sustain as a result of participating in any and/or all activities connected with or associated with such a program. I agree to waive and relinquish all claims I/my child may ward or may have as a result of participating in this program against the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School and its officers, agents, servants and employees. I do hereby fully release and discharge the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School and its officers, agents, servants, and employees from any and all claims from injuries, damage or loss which I/my child may ward or may have or which may accrue to me/them on account of my/our participation in this program. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School and its officers, agents, servants, and employees from any and all claims resulting from injuries, damages and losses sustained by me/them and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with the activities of this program. I have readand fully understand the above program details and waiver and release of all claims.”

Program Name

Fee

Subtotal Fee:______________________ Less Reduced Fee:_________________ Total:____________________________

Cash ___ Check ___ / #_____ made payable to Nicolet Recreation Dept. Credit Card ___ MasterCard ____ Visa ____ Expiration Date_________ Card number __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __

For the activities that apply: Concussion & Head Injury Disclosure “As a Parent and as an Athlete it is important to recognize the signs, symptoms, and behaviors of concussions. By agreeing to this form you are stating that you understand the importance of recognizing and responding to the signs, symptoms, and behaviors of a concussion or head injury.” For more information go to: http://www.nicolet.k12.wi.us/cms_files/resources/concussion.pdf Parent Agreement: I have read the Parent Concussion and Head Injury Information and understand what a concussion is and how it may be caused. I also understand the common signs, symptoms, and behaviors. I agree that my child must be removed from practice/play if a concussion is suspected. I understand that it is my responsibility to seek medical treatment if a suspected concussion is reported to me. I understand that my child cannot return to practice/play until providing written clearance from an appropriate health care provider to his/ her coach. I understand the possible consequences of my child returning to practice/play too soon. Athlete Agreement: I have read the Athlete Concussion and Head Injury Information and understand what a concussion is and how it may be caused. I understand the importance of reporting a suspected concussion to my coaches and my parents/guardian. I understand that I must be removed from practice/play if a concussion is suspected. I understand that I must provide written clearance from an appropriate health care provider to my coach before returning to practice/play. I understand the possible consequence of returning to practice/play too soon and that my brain needs time to heal.

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2013 Nicolet Recreation Department Fall Bulletin