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We invite you to take a few moments to browse through our

Summer 2013 Activity Guide featuring programs for all ages and interests.

Pictured, from left to right are Shorewood Recreation Staff Members: Deb Stolz, Nick Phalin, Barb Xistris, Bobby Wood, Kristin Serpe, and Nora Rangel-Kubacki. (Photo courtesy of Emma Windau.)

Shorewood Recreation & Community Services Department Staff Martin Lexmond - Superintendent

MLexmond@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Deb Stolz - Director

DStolz@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Nick Phalin - Recreation Supervisor

NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Kristin Serpe - Recreation Supervisor

KSerpe@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Bobby Wood - Fitness Center Manager

BWood@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Nora Rangel-Kubacki - Secretary

NRangel-Kubacki@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Barb Xistris - Secretary

BXistris@shorewood.k12.wi.us

We also have more than 100+ seasonal instructors that work very hard to provide you with the selection and quality of programs offered year-round.

Shorewood Recreation & Community Services Activity Guide Published three times yearly: April, August, November Shorewood School District Recreation Department Office 1701 E Capitol Drive Shorewood, WI 53211 (414) 963-6913 x 4 - Phone (414) 961-3175 - FAX shorewoodschools.org

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mEEt OuR COvER DESIGNER...

My name is Lucy Petrick and I am currently a junior at Shorewood High School. This is my second year of taking graphic design classes with Mr. Zimpel. Graphic design is my favorite class because you get to be creative. I am very interested in photography, and graphic arts has allowed me to incorporate pictures that I’ve taken into my designs. In addition to photography, I am also interested in music. I love both listening to music and playing it. In the fall, I swim for the high school swim team, which I enjoy a great deal. I also love the outdoors and spend time outside whenever I can. I plan to continue taking graphic design throughout my high school education. Petrick is a part of Shorewood High School Graphic Design (GD) Program, led by teacher Jeff Zimpel. The program offers introductory, intermediate, and an advanced level. Within the courses, students are taught various types of computer software. The upper-level classes are taught in a design studio atmosphere, where clients come into the classroom in order to brief the student-designers on the project requirements. These projects originate both from within the school system and the community at large. Because students may take introductory graphic design as freshmen, and continue through several levels of advanced graphic design until graduation, this program offers an excellent foundation for those who wish to study graphic design, advertising, or other communications-related fields at the college level.

Shorewood Board of Education: Rob Reinhoffer - President Colin Plese - Vice President Ruth Treisman - Treasurer David Cobb - Clerk Paru Shah - Member

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Community Contacts and Events................................................................................10 General Information...........................................................................................47 - 48 Program Descriptions.........................................................................................38 - 46 Volunteer Information.................................................................................................36

Adult and Senior Citizen Programs Be Our Guest Senior Pass..................................................................................6, 37 Starting in May..............................................................................................6 Starting in June...........................................................................................7 Starting in July.......................................................................................7 - 8 Starting in August and September................................................................9 Online Learning............................................................................................9

Aquatics

Community Swim Schedule ......................................................................35 Swim Lessons: (Infants through Adults).............................................31 - 33 Water Aerobics...........................................................................................34

Shorewood Community Fitness Center

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youth Programs Basketball Summer League........................................................................................12 Birthday Parties...........................................................................................................51 Bright Beginnings Preschool Program.........................................................................11 Flag Football League..................................................................................................13 Hershey Track and Field Meet.....................................................................................13 Home Base Morning Supervision................................................................................14 Kids Clubs..........................................................................................................15 - 17

Registration Information online Resident - Monday, April 15 Non-Resident - Friday, April 19 Fax, Drop Box, Mail, Walk-in or Telephone Resident - Monday, April 29 Non-Resident - Wednesday, May 1 Non-Residents may not register for Summer School Enrichment classes until May 1

eARly ReGiSTRATioNS

lATe Fee ReGiSTRATioNS

All forms received prior to the designated registration dates listed above will be processed randomly on the first day of mail registration.

All program registrations must occur two business days prior to classes starting, or by the sign-up deadline. A $10 late fee will be assessed if we receive your registration after these two days or the deadline. Please register early.

The Shorewood Recreation Department will use email as our primary means of communication. This will be how we contact you for program cancellations, confirmations, notifications, and updates. oNliNe - Visit shorewoodschools.org for the easiest way to sign up. Click on the registration link to begin. Call us if you need assistance and we will be happy to walk you through the online registration process. See page 48 for online registration directions. Online registrations are processed instantly! FAX - Fax registration will only be accepted with VISA, MASTERCARD or DISCOVER payment. Complete a registration form with credit card information. Please call to confirm that we received your fax. Our FAX NUMBER is (414) 961-3175. DRoP BoX - Place your completed registration form along with your payment in a sealed envelope. The drop box is located on the outside doors leading to the Recreation Department office in the Administration Building at Shorewood High School.

Shorewood Girls Fastpitch League.............................................................................12 Youth Programs: Starting the week of June 17.................................................14, 16 - 19, 49 Starting the week of June 24....................................14, 16 - 17, 20 - 21, 49 Starting the week of July 1...............................................14, 16 - 17, 22, 49 Starting the week of July 8.......................................14, 16 - 17, 22 - 24, 49 Starting the week of July 15.....................................14, 16 - 17, 24 - 25, 49 Starting the week of July 22.....................................14, 16 - 17, 26 - 27, 49 Starting the week of July 29.....................................14, 16 - 17, 27 - 28, 49 Starting the week of August 5 .........................................14, 16 - 17, 29, 49 Starting the week of August 12.....................................................15, 30, 49

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Starting the week of August 19..................................................................30

MAil - Mail the registration form with your payment to Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department, 1701 E. Capitol Drive, Shorewood, WI 53211. WAlk-iN - Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm & 12:30 - 4:30 pm. The Recreation Department office is located in the Administration Building on the first floor of Shorewood High School at 1701 E. Capitol Drive, Shorewood, WI 53211. TelePhoNe - (414) 963-6913 x 4. Telephone registration will be accepted only with VISA, MASTERCARD or DISCOVER payment. Telephone lines are limited, your patience is appreciated. Resident status includes individuals living in Shorewood, Shorewood School District and Village employees, all students enrolled in Shorewood Public Schools and their families, and non-resident taxpayers of Shorewood.

Registration forms are located on pages 49 & 50


intermediate School 3830 North Morris Blvd. (414) 963-6951

lake Bluff School 1600 east lake Bluff Blvd. (414) 963-6972

Shorewood high School 1701 east capitol Drive (414) 963-6921

Science Field

Science Building

location

VHE Pool VHE Pool Upper Lobby

North Gym

Arena

Physical Education Building

SHS Pool P.E. Building Room 209 & 210 (2nd Floor)

Teachers Lounge

Rec. Dept. Drop Box

Parking Lot

FiND uS oN Choir Room 273 Band Room 278

SHS Front Lawn Rec. Administration Bldg. Dept.

Dance Studio Room 276 (2nd Floor)

Studio Theatre Room 179 SHS Orchestra Room 78 (Lower Level)

Entrance after 5:00 pm

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Entrance to SHS Parking Lot

Bowling Lanes

Upper Gym (2nd Floor) Bowling Lanes S-Room & Youth Center (Lower Level)

telephone Numbers

Shorewood High School Administrative Building, 1st Floor 1701 East Capitol Drive Shorewood, WI 53211

North Oakland Avenue

SHS Science Room 240 SHS Science Room 140 SHS Science Room 136 SHS Science Room 130

Performing Arts Building

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 12:30 - 4:30 pm Closed: May 27 & July 4

Shorewood Community Fitness Center (414) 961-3100

ShoReWooD hiGh School cAMPuS MAP East Capitol Drive

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Atwater School 2100 east capitol Drive (414) 963-6962

Recreation Department Office hours

Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Telephone: (414) 963-6913 x 4 VHE Pool Hotline: (414) 963-6913 x 1 Program Cancellations: (414) 963-6913 x 3 Fax: (414) 961-3175

School locations & Telephone Numbers

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mission Statement The mission of the Shorewood Recreation and Community Service Department is to provide community services and life-long learning opportunities through recreation, education, and fitness programs to enhance the quality of life for residents of the Shorewood community.

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ShoreWooD communitY fitneSS center “To promote the vitality, health and well-being of youth, student-athletes, and adults.” The Shorewood Community Fitness Center offers members a complete line of strength training machines, cardiovascular machines, and free weights. Our professional and caring staff ensures all members receive a complete and individualized fitness program. Located on the campus of Shorewood High School 1701 E. Capitol Drive, Shorewood, WI 53211 Telephone: (414) 961-3100 Fax: (414) 961-3175 Website: shorewoodschools.org Bobby Wood - Fitness Center Manager BWood@shorewood.k12.wi.us

houRS oF oPeRATioN Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

5:00 am - 9:00 pm 5:00 am - 8:00 pm 7:00 am - 6:00 pm

ShoreWooD fitneSS center Summer 2013 offeringS anD neW programS fitneSS conSultationS Get your summer workout program started the right way! A fitness consultation with one of our certified personal trainers will ensure that you are working efficiently towards your goals. For one $30 for one session, you will receive a body analysis and custom workout program, along with exercise demonstrations. You do not need to be a fitness center member to purchase a session.

90+ club Shorewood residents 90 years or older receive a 12 month single membership for only $90!

teen fitneSS certification - graDe 7 anD 8 Students can become certified to use the Shorewood Community Fitness Center without the supervision of a parent/guardian. During session(s) with a personal trainer, the student will learn proper techniques and safety when using equipment at the SCFC. If the student can demonstrate required knowledge, they will be given a one year membership to the SCFC. Contact the Fitness Center at (414) 961-3100 to arrange your program. Time: location: Fee: instructor: course #:

One 60-minute or two 30-minute sessions set up by parent/guardian Fitness Center Aerobics Room Resident - $40 / Non-Resident - $60 Shorewood Community Fitness Center Personal Trainer 4115.1

400 meter track The SCFC is conveniently located next to a regulation 400 meter track and synthetic turf field so you can take the cardio portion of your workout outdoors!* *Turf field and track are not available during SHS athletics, special events, or during the instructional day.

Wi-fi available at Scfc!

Self DefenSe Seminar New Unfortunately, the fact is, violence is sometimes unavoidable. In May, the Fitness Center will offering a Self Defense Seminar. Participants will be able to demonstrate techniques that can safely be applied in a classroom setting and carried over to real-life situations. Registration information will be available early May.

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Cardio Machines Rower Benches Olympic Platform Dumbbells Personal Training

Weight Machines Group Exercise Classes Functional Training Areas Free Equipment Orientation and more....

Purchase in June - get 3 months for $60 Purchase in July - get 2 months for $50 Purchase in August - get 1 month for $30 (Adult single memberships. Cannot add on to existing membership.) Buy early and save more!


A D ul t E NR IC hmE Nt A ND EX ER C IS E PR O GR Am S B EG INN ING IN m Ay Time 5:30 - 6:10 am

Mon Tue Wed Thu

Sat

 

5:30 - 6:15 am

Fri

 

6:00 - 6:50 am

class

Dates

location

instructor

Fee R / N-R

course #

cardio Step

5/13 - 7/10

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$60 / $90

3111.1

Aqua Boot camp

5/14 - 6/27

VHE Pool

Renee Scherck - Meyer

$50 / $75

3170.1

Boot camp, kick Box & core

5/16 - 7/11

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$32 / $48

3110.1

Rosie Sheinbein

$46 / $69

3130.1

Rosie Sheinbein

$52 / $78

3130.2

Joanne Dixon

$43 / $65

3125.1

Jake Wollach

$30 / $45

3101.6

Joanne Dixon

$43 / $65

3125.2

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$52 / $78

3131.1

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$52 / $78

3151.1

5/18 - 6/29

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$28 / $42

3151.2

5/17 - 6/7

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

Joanne Dixon

$32 / $48

3105.1

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$32 / $48

3105.2

Katie Rhyme

$26 / $39

3146.2

Jake Wollach

$27 / $40

3103.6

Gentle hatha yoga

6:00 - 7:00 am

6:15 - 6:45 am

6:50 - 7:20 am

8:00 - 8:50 am

5/15 - 7/3

Muscle Fitness

5/13 - 7/10

Full Body overhaul

5/28 - 6/21

Muscle Fitness

5/13 - 7/10

Senior Strength with Balance & Flexibility

5/14 - 7/2

Pilates

5/13 - 6/26

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5/13 - 7/1 No class 5/27

Gentle hatha yoga

8:00 - 8:45 am

No class 7/4

6:30 - 7:15 am

No class 5/27

   

8:15 - 9:15 am

Pilates Step & Sculpt

No class 5/27

 

11:45 am - 12:30 pm Mon: 4:00 - 4:45 pm Wed: 12:00 - 12:45 pm

 

4:00 - 4:45 pm 5:00 - 6:00 pm 6:00 - 7:00 pm

No class 5/27

6/14 -7/12

Step & Sculpt

5/18 - 7/6

zumba

5/16 - 6/27

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Full Body overhaul

5/29 - 6/19

Full Body overhaul

5/28 - 6/20

Jake Wollach

$30 / $45

3102.6

5/13 - 7/1

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$56 / $84

3180.1

Fitness Center Aerobics Room & Outside

Renee Scherck - Meyer

$56 / $84

3187.1

Total Body conditioning

Strong & Fit indoor / outdoor Boot camp

No class 5/27

Fit Power Mix

5/14 - 7/2

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Jake Wollach

$60 / $90

3135.1

zumba

5/14 - 6/25

Lake Bluff Cafetorium 6/18 - 6/25 relocated to SIS Gym

Michelle Miller

$32 / $48

3146.1

 7:00 - 8:00 pm

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

No class 5/27

No class 7/5

9:00 - 10:00 am

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

No class 5/27

5/13 - 7/1

Be ouR GueST SeNioR ciTizeN PASS - ShoReWooD ReSiDeNTS, 60+ It is the policy of the Shorewood School Board to make available a Senior Citizen Pass to those individuals living in Shorewood who have reached the age of 60 years. The purpose of the pass is to say “Thank you” to our Senior Citizens who have given such fine support to our schools. Passes are available at the Shorewood Recreation Department. This pass entitles the holder and companion to be admitted, without charge to the following School District activities: all Athletic events (except WiAA tournament games), band and orchestra performances, and dramatic productions (except spring musical and AFS Showcase).

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AD ul t E NR IC hm EN t AND E XE R CIS E PR O GR A mS BE GIN NIN G IN Ju NE Time

Mon Tue Wed Thu

6:30 - 7:15 am

Fri

7:30 - 8:15 am

8:00 - 11:00 am

class

Dates

location

instructor

Fee R / N-R

course #

Full Body overhaul

6/25 - 7/19

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Jake Wollach

$27 / $40

4101.1

SHS Track

Renee Scherck - Meyer

$54 / $81

4196.1

VHE Pool & SHS West Computer Lab

Amy Johnson

$240 / $290

4383.1

Mequon City Pool

Mequon Aquatics Staff

$210 / $230

4382.1

Jake Wollach

$30 / $45

4103.1

Jake Wollach

$27 / $40

4102.1

No class 7/5

6/8 - 8/3

5k Training Program

American Red cross lifeguard Training American Red cross Water Safety instructor

No class July 6 & 7

Full Body overhaul

6/24 - 7/17

9:00 am - 12:00 pm Mon: 4:00 - 4:45 pm Wed: 12:00 - 12:45 pm

Sat Sun

No class 7/6

6/17 - 6/27 6/22 - 7/28

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

4:00 - 4:45 pm

Full Body overhaul

6/25 - 7/18

4:30 - 5:15 pm

Arthritis exercise Program

6/4 - 6/27

SHS Staff Lounge

Jan Mahlberg

$28 / $42

4190.1

Tennis - Adult Beginner

6/19 - 8/7

SIS Tennis Courts

Jim Mileham

$32 / $48

4458.1

6/5

Nicolet High School Room B133

Susan Pack

$30 / $40

4701.1

VHE Pool

Aquatics Staff

$40 / $60

4330.1

Jim Mileham

$32 / $48

4458.2

Jim Mileham

$22 / $33

4454.1

6:00 - 6:55 pm

6:00 - 8:30 pm

indian Salads

6:35 - 7:15 pm

Adult Swim instruction

Tennis - Adult Advanced Beginner Tennis Parent / child Beginner

7:00 - 7:55 pm 7:00 - 9:00 pm

coed open Volleyball

7:30 - 9:30 pm

8:00 - 8:55 pm

Badminton

Tennis - Adult Advanced Beginner Plus Tennis Parent/child Advanced Beginner

No class 7/4

6/20 - 8/8 No class 7/4

6/19 - 8/7 6/20 - 8/8

SIS Tennis Courts

No class 7/4

6/17 - 8/5

SHS Arena

Recreation Staff

$28 / $42

4470.1

6/19 - 8/7

WFB High School Field House

Doug Kane

$20 / $30

4415.1

Jim Mileham

$32 / $48

4458.3

Jim Mileham

$22 / $33

4454.2

6/19 - 8/7 6/20 - 8/8

SIS Tennis Courts

No class 7/4

AD ul t E NR IC hm EN t AND E XE R CIS E PR O GR A mS BE GIN NIN G IN Ju l y Time

Mon

5:30 - 6:10 am

Tue

6:00 - 6:50 am 6:00 - 7:00 am 6:15 - 6:45 am

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Dates

location

instructor

Fee R / N-R

course #

cardio Step

7/15 - 9/11 No class 9/2

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$60 / $90

4111.1

Aqua Boot camp

7/9 - 8/29

VHE Pool

Renee Scherck - Meyer

$60 / $90

4170.1

Boot camp, kick Box & core

7/18 - 9/12

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$36 / $54

4110.1

Gentle hatha yoga

7/8 - 8/26

Rosie Sheinbein

$52 / $78

4130.1

Gentle hatha yoga

7/10 - 8/28

Rosie Sheinbein

$52 / $78

4130.2

Muscle Fitness

7/15 - 9/11

Joanne Dixon

$43 / $65

4125.1

 

5:30 - 6:15 am

class

Wed Thu

Fri

Sat

No class 9/2

SHS Dance Studio Room 276 Fitness Center Aerobics Room

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AD u l t ENR I Chm EN t AND E XE R CI SE P R OG RA m S BE GIN NIN G IN Ju l y C ON t INu ED Time

Mon

Wed

Thu

class

Dates

Full Body overhaul

7/23 - 8/16

Muscle Fitness

7/15 - 9/11

kettle Bell 30

7/18 - 9/5

Senior Strength with Balance & Flexibility

7/16 - 9/5

Pilates

7/8 - 8/28

Pilates

7/13 - 8/31

Step & Sculpt

7/19 - 9/13

6:30 - 7:15 am 6:50 - 7:20 am

Tue

Sat

 

7:00 - 7:30 am

8:00 - 8:45 am

Fri

No class 9/2

8:00 - 8:50 am

 

8:15 - 9:15 am 9:00 - 10:00 am

Step & Sculpt

7/20 - 9/7

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Downtown Morning Paddle / kayak

7/13 & 7/27

zumba

7/11 - 8/29

Full Body overhaul

7/22 - 8/14

11:45 am - 12:30 pm Mon: 4:00 - 4:45 pm Wed: 12:00 - 12:45 pm

4:00 - 4:45 pm

Full Body overhaul

7/23 - 8/15

4:30 - 5:15 pm

Arthritis exercise Program

7/2 - 7/30

Total Body conditioning

7/15 - 9/4

Fit Power Mix

7/16 - 9/5

Strong & Fit indoor / outdoor Boot camp

7/15 - 9/4

5:00 - 6:00 pm

 

6:00 - 7:00 pm

 

No class 7/4

No class 9/2

No class 9/2

everyday Sewing Skirt & Tote for Moms & Daughters

7/8 - 8/12

everyday Sewing level 1

7/9 - 8/13

6:30 - 9:30 pm

Downtown evening Paddle / kayak

7/9 & 7/23

7:00 - 8:00 pm

zumba

7/9 - 8/27

6:30 - 8:30 pm

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location

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Rowing Center 1990 N. Commerce St

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

SHS Staff Lounge Fitness Center Aerobics Room

instructor

Fee R / N-R

course #

Jake Wollach

$30 / $45

4101.2

Joanne Dixon

$43 / $65

4125.2

Neal Schuster

$28 / $42

4104.1

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$56 / $84

4131.1

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$64 / $96

4151.1

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$32 / $48

4151.2

Joanne Dixon

$36 / $54

4105.1

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$32 / $48

4105.2

Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff

$35 / $53

4252.2

Katie Rhyme

$30 / $45

4146.2

Jake Wollach

$30 / $45

4103.2

Jake Wollach

$30 / $45

4102.2

Jan Mahlberg

$28 / $42

4190.2

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$60 / $90

4180.1

Jake Wollach

$64 / $96

4135.1

$60 / $90

4187.1

Fitness Center Renee Scherck - Meyer Aerobics Room & Outside

$90 / $100

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

Sandy Saltzstein Sandy Saltzstein

$50 / $60

4601.1

Rowing Center 1990 N. Commerce St

Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff

$35 / $53

4252.1

SIS Gym

Michelle Miller

$36 / $54

4146.1

7/23 class relocated to North Gym

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4601.2


AD ult E N R IC hm E N t AN D E XE R C IS E P R OGR Am S B E GI N N IN G I N AuG uS t & S E Pt E m B E R Time

Mon Tue

6:30 - 7:15 am Mon: 4:00 - 4:45 pm Wed: 12:00 - 12:45 pm

Wed Thu

Fri

Sat

  

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

4:00 - 4:45 pm

class

Dates

Full Body overhaul

8/20 - 9/13

Full Body overhaul

8/19 - 9/11

Downtown Morning Paddle / kayak

8/3 & 8/17

Fee R / N-R

course #

Jake Wollach

$30 / $45

4101.3

Jake Wollach

$27 / $40

4103.3

Rowing Center 1990 N. Commerce St

Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff

$35 / $53

4252.4

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

No class 9/2

Full Body overhaul

8/20 - 9/12

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Jake Wollach

$30 / $45

4102.3

Arthritis exercise Program

8/1 - 8/29

SHS Staff Lounge

Jan Mahlberg

$32 / $48

4190.3

Arthritis exercise Program

9/3 - 9/26

Atwater Early Education Center, SW Corner

Jan Mahlberg

$28 / $42

1190.1

Downtown evening Paddle / kayak

8/6 & 8/13

Rowing Center 1990 N. Commerce St

Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff

$35 / $53

4252.3

4:30 - 5:15 pm

6:30 - 9:30 pm

instructor

location

90+ cluB Are you 90 years or older, live in Shorewood, and participate in Shorewood Recreation & Community Services programs? If so, please contact the Recreation Department. You are eligible to participate in our programs FREE. The 90+ Club does not include co-op programs, vendor programs, and fieldtrips.

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Registration is done online, through ed2go, not through the Recreation Department. We are unable to credit or refund money for online courses. Any issues that may arise in regards to online classes must be handled through ed2go.

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COm muNI t y Ev ENt S ShoReWooD'S 4Th oF july celeBRATioN

Thursday, july 4 1:00 - 2:30 pm FREE All Age Swim - VHE Pool (a limited number of swimmers will be permitted in the pool)

3:30 pm 4:30 pm Evening 6:00 pm 6:30 pm 7:30 pm 8:00 pm 8:30 pm 9:30 pm

Parade Route - The parade will start at Kensington & Oakland to Edgewood Blvd and finish at Spector Field. Red Hot Dixie Jazz Band Concert and free ice cream Atwater Lakefront Park Food/Beverage - Children’s Activities - Music Shorewood Concert Band Performance Above The Town Band Sponsored by the Shorewood Men’s Club Flag Ceremony - Introduction of Parade Marshals Continued music by Above the Town Band FIREWORKS: sponsored by Shorewood Foundation

Please note that Atwater Beach will be closed beginning at 12:00 pm due to the set-up for the 4th of July. Do you or your organization want to be a part of this wonderful community event? To volunteer, please contact Jan Zehren, 4th of July Coordinator, at (414) 964-0172. Financial support from individuals, businesses, and community groups is needed and appreciated. Please forward your tax deductible donations, earmarked for Shorewood's 4th of July, to: Shorewood Foundation, 3930 N. Murray Ave, Shorewood, WI 53211

ShoReWooD MeN’S cluB 42ND ANNuAl chickeN BAR-B-Q Kick off the summer with your neighbors. Enjoy good friends, great food, ice cream, and live entertainment all day. Date: Saturday, June 8, 2013 Time: 11:30 am - 7:30 pm location: Atwater Park - Upper Level

ShoReWooD coNceRT BAND 33RD ANNiVeRSARy SeASoN FRee coNceRTS AT ATWATeR lAke FRoNT PARk Saturday, june 8 Thursday, june 20 Thursday, july 4 Thursday, july 18

12:30 pm 7:00 pm 6:30 pm 7:00 pm

Shorewood Men’s Club Chicken BBQ Fourth of July Celebration

Call (414) 963 - 6913 x 3 after 4:00 pm if the weather is questionable. Musicians are needed for the Shorewood Concert Band. For more information, please contact LeRoy Augustine at (414) 962-8991.

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Milestones 964-5545 milestonesprograms.org Seed Foundation shorewoodseed.org Senior Resource Center elizabeth Price - 847-2727 villageofshorewood.org Shorewood Foundation 847-2702 shorewoodfoundation.org

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Shorewood Girls Softball liz escobar - 963-1520 burnbar@sbcglobal.net

Shorewood Men’s Club shorewoodmensclub.org

Shorewood High School Drama Dept. Box office - 963 - 6940 shorewooddrama.org

Shorewood Senior Tennis Club Steve kavalauskas - 964-8479

Shorewood Historical Society karen dehartog - 964-5258 shorewoodhistory.org

Shorewood Swim Club Genie Smith - 332-3942 shorewoodswimclub.com

Shorewood Kickers Monica Morrissey - 962-3798 shorewoodkickers.com

Shorewoood Table Tennis Club linda leaf - 281-3123 shorewoodttc.org

Shorewood Little League Rick Frieseke - 731-9875 shorewoodlittleleague.com

jim Mileham - 962-5236

Shorewood Tennis Club


B RI Ght B EG I NNI NGS PR ES ChOOl 2013 - 2014 S ChOOl yE A R - S ChOOl D I StR ICt OF S hORE W OOD Must be at least 2 years and 10 months by September 1, 2013 Bright Beginnings Preschool focuses on the individual child, and provides an educational environment that stimulates and nurtures each child’s unique growth potential. We provide numerous exciting and engaging thematic units throughout the year, allowing your child to freely explore and grow in important skill development areas, including: large and fine motor skills, language and literacy, science and math, art and music. Your child’s social and emotional development is of prime importance. At Bright Beginnings, we help each child grow in his or her feelings of self-worth, self-confidence, respect, appreciation of others, love of learning and of school. Our curriculum reflects the most current understanding regarding child development and early education, and embraces Shorewood School District curriculum goals. Our classroom ratio is two adults for sixteen students. Bright Beginnings will follow the school year calendar for the 2013-2014 school year. When the elementary schools do not have school, Bright Beginnings will not be held. PReSchool ToileTiNG GuiDeliNeS: All children are to be completely toilet trained before the first day of school. If your child is not completely toilet trained, you will be required to be present in the classroom to assist your child with toileting needs. Teachers and volunteers will assist children with buttons or snaps on clothing as necessary. Independence and reinforcement of self-help skills will be encouraged by the teachers. 2013-2014 Tuition Payments: A $200 nonrefundable deposit is required at time of registration to reserve a space for your child. Payment plans are available at registration. Fees must be paid by September 1st, unless you are on an established payment plan. Receive a $100 tuition discount if tuition is paid in full at registration. No refunds or credit will be given for this program. Feel free to contact the Shorewood Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4 to set up a time to observe the Bright Beginnings Preschool while school is in session.

BRiGhT BeGiNNiNGS AT ATWATeR School location: Teacher:

Early Education Center, SE corner Sharon Maier

course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition:

5290.1 Monday, Wednesday, Friday September 9 - June 6, 2014 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,600 (for both residents and non residents)

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Early Education Center, NW corner Teresa Freding

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5290.3 Monday, Wednesday, Friday September 9 - June 6, 2014 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,600 (for both residents and non residents)

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Waiting list is available

5290.2 Tuesday and Thursday September 10 - June 5, 2014 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,200 (for both residents and non residents)

course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition:

5290.4 Tuesday and Thursday September 10 - June 5, 2014 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,200 (for both residents and non residents)

course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition:

5290.5 NEW! Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday September 10 - June 5, 2014 12:30 - 3:00 pm $1,600 (for both residents and non residents)

MileSToNeS All DAy chilD cARe SuPeRViSioN Milestones will be offering an all day child care supervision on the days your child attends Bright Beginnings Preschool at both Atwater and Lake Bluff Elementary Schools. The supervison is available Monday through Friday from 7:00 am - 6:00 pm. Students must be at least three (3) years old and completely toilet trained. If you require this supervision for your child while they are enrolled in Bright Beginnings, you must contact Milestones at (414) 964-5545 as availability is limited.


t-Ba ll & c o a c h p itc h Ba s eBa ll p ro gra ms Deadline: April 19

Practices begin the week of May 20th

Games end july 27th

GRADeS FoR BoMBeRS T-BAll AND SluGGeRS coAch PiTch ARe AS oF The 2013 - 2014 School yeAR

Grade k4 - k5

Time

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Grade 1-2

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Bombers T-Ball Program

Registration Deadline: April 19

Lake Bluff Diamond

$60 / $90

4401.1

Lake Bluff Diamond

$60 / $90

4402.1

Sluggers coach Pitch Program

Parents who are interested in coaching T-Ball or coach Pitch, please contact Nick at NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us.

s h o rewo o d girls f a s tp itc h lea gu e Age 12 - 14 Interested in playing competitive girls fastpitch? We will have at least 15 games both in Shorewood and traveling throughout the North Shore area. This league is for more competitive and committed players. Practice will begin in mid-May and the season will end the last weekend of July. Game and practice dates will vary throughout the season as we play other communities. Games will be played on weekends and weeknights. We will play in at least one weekend tournament. Players must have their own transportation to games, but carpooling is encouraged. Participants will be provided with a jersey, but players will be asked to purchase shorts and other uniform items. Pending registration, we may have talent-based tryouts. Age: 12 - 14 years, age is based as of January 1, 2013 location: SHS Diamond Date: Late May through end of July ! eN oP Fee: Resident - $130 / Non-Resident - $180 W o NN course: 4490.2 Tio A TR Registration Deadline: Friday, May 10 GiS Re

SponSor a team or league The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department is looking for individuals and businesses to sponsor our leagues to cover jersey costs. Sponsors will be recognized with their name or business logo on the back of the t-shirt or jersey for the league. If you are interested, please contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4.

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Jr. greYhouNds summer BasketBall league Grade 5 - 9 These summer basketball leagues are being run as a feeder program to further prepare our youth for basketball when entering high school. Pending registration, we may have talent-based tryouts. This program will require travel to Cedarburg for league games. The earliest game time is 5:30 pm. Each team will play two games per night. Boys entering grade 9 will play in the Mequon Homestead league. Participants from 2012-13 Jr. Greyhounds winter program will receive first consideration for summer league roster. A jersey will be provided for summer games. Fee: Registration Deadline:

Resident - $75 / Non-Resident - $112 Wednesday, April 3

GRADeS FoR ThiS PRoGRAM ARe AS oF The 2013 - 2014 School yeAR ReGiSTRATioN NoW oPeN! MAle

FeMAle Grade Days

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6/17 - 7/22

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6/17 - 7/22

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6

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6/18 - 7/23

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6/17 - 7/22

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Tues

6/18 - 7/23

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Wed

6/19 - 7/24

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6/18 - 7/23

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6/19 - 7/24 TBA

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Please note: No games the week of july 1st.


h ER Sh Ey t RA Ck A ND F IEl D m EE t Coed, Age 9 - 14 Local Qualifying Meet for District Hershey Meet Date: Friday, May 17 location: Whitefish Bay High School Track Fee: FREE Time: 4:00 pm (Check in time begins at 3:45 pm) Local winners will advance to the District Meet. Registration: Return the 2013 Hershey Track & Field form to the Shorewood Recreation Department by Monday, May 13 by Noon. All original birth certificates must be verified by Recreation Department staff. No copies of the birth certificate will be accepted.

Age Divisions - Boys and Girls: Participants compete per their age as of December 31, 2013. 9 & 10 year olds (born in 2003 or 2004) 11 & 12 year olds (born in 2001 or 2002) 13 & 14 year olds (born in 1999 or 2000)

events: 9 & 10 year olds - 50, 100, 200 & 400 meter dash, 4 x 100 meter relay, standing long jump and softball throw 11 & 12 year olds - 100, 200 & 400 meter dash, 800 meter run, 4 x 100 meter relay, standing long jump, softball throw 13 & 14 year olds - 100, 200 meter dash, 800 & 1,600 meter run, 4 x 100 meter relay, standing long jump, softball throw

Race / event eligibility *Enter in two running events (includes relay) and one field event oR two field events and one running event (includes relay). District Meet - Saturday, june 8 State Meet - Saturday, june 22 District and State meets to be held at: Wauwatosa West High School 11400 W Center Street Wauwatosa, WI 53222

flag footBall league

GRADeS FoR ThiS PRoGRAM ARe AS oF The 2013 - 2014 School yeAR Grades 1 - 6 Our new format will include parent volunteer coaches and instruction from SHS football players. Participants will be placed on a team that will practice one night per week. Team requests will not be honored. We will play games on Saturday afternoons on the SHS Football Field. Before our games kickoff, SHS players will lead 15 minutes of instruction. Parents who are interested in coaching, please contact Nick at NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us. Date: Time: location: Fee: Registration Deadline:

Saturday, August 31 - September 28 1:15 - 2:45 pm SHS Football Field Resident - $40 / Non-Resident - $60 Friday, August 9

volunteer coacheS Volunteer coaches are needed for our youth sports leagues. Duties include directing the team’s practice and play during games. Training and resources are provided. This small investment of your time will have a great impact on the children of your team. Coaches are needed for current and future programs in the areas of flag football (fall), basketball (winter), coach pitch baseball (summer) and T-ball (summer). If you are willing to help coach in our programs, contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4, or email Nick at NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us.

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1401.1

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1401.2

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Do you need supervision for your child? Whether it is all-day, mornings, or afternoons, the Recreation Department’s flexibility can fit in your family’s summer schedule! GRADeS FoR PRoGRAMS ARe AS oF The 2013 - 2014 School yeAR

Morning Supervision - 7:00 am - 12:30 pm Home Base Supervision (Registration form on Page 49) SHS Youth Center Monday - Friday, June 17 - August 9 (No program on July 4) Resident - $15 / Non-Resident - $23

Weekly Activity Sheets are available online at shorewoodschools.org under the Recreation and Community Services tab. Forms may be turned in to the Recreation Office or directly to Home Base. Please turn in your weekly sheet in to ensure your child is taken to their classes.

Parents/Guardians are required to fill out a weekly activity sheet that informs our staff of the programs that your child is participating in for the week.

Participants are responsible for all items they bring to the program. Handheld electronic devices are discouraged.

Grades entering K4 - 7 (Students must be at least 4 years old by June 1, 2013 to participate in the Home Base program) location: Dates: Daily Fee: Home Base provides participants with supervised activities during the morning, including table games, active group games, arts and crafts, and more! Parents/Guardians are encouraged to enroll their child in other morning Recreation or Summer School Enrichment programs. Our staff will walk your child to and from the SHS Youth Center for programs between 8:00 am and noon. If your child is signed up for Kids Club in the afternoon, we will walk your child there as well. You may drop your child off at any time in the morning. Please send your child with a morning snack and a bag lunch.

Please note: Participants will have the opportunity to bowl on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9:00 - 11:30 am. If your child would like to bowl, please send them with socks.

Academic Summer School Supervision Grades entering K5 - 7 location: SHS Youth Center Dates: Monday - Thursday June 24 - August 1 (No programs on July 4) This program is for children enrolled in Shorewood Academic Summer School, who need supervision from either 7:00 am until the start of academic summer school classes or from the end of their academic summer school classes until 12:30 pm or the start of the Kids Club program. For morning supervision, we will take your child to SIS for their 8:00 am classes. For afternoon supervision, we will pick your child up from summer school at the SIS Library and take them to the Youth Center for lunch. If needed, we will then escort your child to Kids Club. Children are required to bring their own lunch.

location Youth Center Pick up time from SiS 11:00 am 12:00 pm

Fee $60 Fee $70 $50

course # 4850.1 course # 4850.2 4850.3

Please note: During the Academic Summer School Supervision program, your child will be escorted only between SIS and SHS Youth Center. We are unable to escort your child to other recreational programs, unless your child is enrolled in Home Base Supervision.

Supervision Time 7:00 - 8:00 am Supervision Time 11:00 am - 12:30 pm 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

PleASe NoTe: No refund, class transfer or credit will be granted after june 13, 2013

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NEW

Kids Club - All Day!

NEW

Monday - Friday, August 12 - 16 from 7:00 am - 5:30 pm

Grades K4 - 7 location: SHS Youth Center Join us for a week full of all day adventures at Kids Club! All age groups will be combined for the Kids Club - All Day program. In the event of inclement weather, the program will still be held. On non-bus field trip days, you may drop your child off at any time. On days that we do have a bus trip, please be sure to drop your child off at the SHS Youth Center no later than 15 minutes prior to the bus departure time.

9:15 am from SHS Youth Center 4:30 pm at SHS Youth Center Resident - $36 / Non-Resident - $54 4860.94

Resident - $30 / Non-Resident - $45 4860.95

PleASe NoTe:

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No refund, class transfer or credit will be granted after june 13, 2013

Daily Fee: course #:

Participants will spend the day tapping into their creativity and channeling their inner artist! Participants will rotate throughout the day to various art stations which include: throw painting, bottle cap art, tie dye, recyclable sculpture building and art games/activities. Participants should wear clothes they do not mind getting dirty. If your child would like to tie dye, please bring a white t-shirt with their name written on the tag.

ART iN The PARk

Friday, August 16

ReGiSTRATioN DeADliNe: Thursday, August 1

Bus Departure: Arrival Back: Daily Fee: course #:

Little Amerricka is an amusement park located in Marshall, WI. It features 26 rides, appropriate for all ages. We will spend the morning bowling or playing group games on the front lawn and then depart for this day of fun!

liTTle AMeRRickA

Thursday, August 15

Please note: Participants should bring a morning snack, a bag lunch and an afternoon snack. Bowling will be available on most days, so be sure to bring socks if your child would like to participate.

Monday, August 12 hoFFeRS TRoPic liFe PeT SToRe TouR

9:15 am from SHS Youth Center 12:30 pm at SHS Youth Center Resident - $32 / Non-Resident - $48 4860.91

Have you ever wanted to feed a turtle? Or how about pet an iguana? Come along with us on a tour of Hoffers Tropic Life Pet Store! You will learn all about various exotic animals and even get to feed and pet several of them. Games and activities will fill the rest of the day. Bus Departure: Arrival Back: Daily Fee: course #:

ReGiSTRATioN DeADliNe: Monday, july 29

Tuesday, August 13 kiDS cluB olyMPicS

Resident - $30 / Non-Resident - $45 4860.92

Join us for the 2nd Annual Kids Club Olympics! Our very own Olympic games will take place at the Atwater Playground and will feature an opening ceremony, a competition portion and an awards/closing ceremony. Competitions will include various track and field events as well as staff picked events. Parents are welcome to watch and cheer on your child. The first part of the day will be spent learning about the history of the Olympics, signing up for events and practicing for events. The Olympics portion of the day will take place from 12:15 - 3:30 pm Daily Fee: course #:

Wednesday, August 14 A DAy AT eSTABRook PARk

Resident - $30 / Non-Resident - $45 4860.93

We will be spending the day at Estabrook Park and keeping busy with a variety of fun activities. Participants will be divided into age groups and be given the choice to participate in different activities throughout the day such as: fishing, disc golf, playground games, geocaching, hiking, volleyball, and a scavenger hunt! We will begin walking over to Estabrook Park at 9:30 am and arrive back at the Youth Center by 3:30 pm. In case of rain, alternative activities will be held in the SHS Arena, North Gym and Youth Center. Daily Fee: course #:


Afternoon Supervision - 1:00 - 4:00 pm Junior Kids Club

Welcome To Summer

Tues

Mon

Playground / Learning Stations

Art / Theme Day

Terrific Tuesdays at Shorewood Library / Beach Day

Swimming 1:30 - 2:30 pm at SHS Pool

7/19

7/12

7/5

6/28

6/21

Date

explore Shorewood: Scavenger hunt Join us for a day full of exploration! Groups will use clues to find participating Shorewood businesses and collect stickers from the businesses to fill their clue book. Various businesses may provide information sessions, free samples, coupons, etc. Bring your detective skills to compete for prizes donated by Shorewood businesses. A special thank you to Shorewood BID for co-sponsoring this event!

Day at Atwater Beach During this day of fun in the sun, participants will swim, go on a treasure hunt and compete in a sand castle building contest at Atwater Beach. Don’t miss this great adventure! Participants should bring a water bottle, a snack, sunscreen, swimming suit and a towel.

Animals! This event will include various animal activities including a scavenger hunt!

kid’s Day Join the Kids Club staff for an afternoon full of playground and water games at Lake Bluff Playground. Participants will rotate through various stations which includes active games, water games and making a keepsake craft. Please bring a swimsuit and towel.

“Fun Friday” event

4820.55

4820.45

4820.35

4820.25

4820.15

course #

Shorewood Drama jr. and create your own Sundae

A Day of Art Today will be a celebration of art. Children will work on fine motor skills, imagination and self-expression to create various masterpieces to bring home.

4820.75

4820.65

8/2

4820.85

We will be watching the Shorewood Recreation Department’s drama production of Alice in Wonderland. After the show, participants will play games on the SHS Front Lawn and make their very own ice cream sundae creation.

8/9

kids club idol If you have a talent that you would like to share, consider performing in Kids Club Idol! The show will take place on the steps of the Auditorium. The rain location is the SHS Youth Center. Throughout the week at Kids Club, participants will have the opportunity to practice a talent that they would like to perform. Participants may choose to perform or may choose to watch. Parents are welcome to attend the show. Please note: the child must be registered for kids club for the entire week of August 5 - 9 to be eligible to perform their talent in kids club idol.

7/26

Water Games & Swimming This event will include a variety of water games such as dripdrip-splash, jump the creek, and what color is my birdie. We will also take a bonus trip to the SHS pool today! Participants should bring a swimsuit and a towel.

juNioR kiDS cluB “FuN FRiDAy” eVeNTS

Grades entering K4 - K5 location: Atwater Early Education Center SW Corner (regardless of activity location) Dates: Monday - Friday, June 17 - August 9 (No program on July 4) Monday - Thursday Daily Fee: Resident - $8 / Non-Resident - $12 “Fun Friday” event Fee: Resident - $10 / Non-Resident - $15 Junior Kids Club is a great learning experience for your child! Participants will explore weekly themes and participate in learning stations to encourage education through recreation. The goal of Junior Kids Club is to create a positive social experience and learning environment for participants. Students will spend their summer creating art projects, swimming, going to the library, and participating in various themed activities. Participants should bring a snack daily.

June 17 - June 21 Animals

junior kids club Weekly Theme

June 24 - June 28

Aquatics

Sports

July 15 - July 19 Alice in Wonderland

Stars & Stripes

July 22 - July 26 Colors

July 8 - July 12

July 29 - August 2 Music & Rhythm

July 1 - July 5 (No class July 4)

August 5 - August 9

A weekly calendar of activities is available to download at: shorewoodschools.org under the Recreation Department

tab.

Wed

k4 & k5 junior kids club Activities

Thurs

Please note: In the event of inclement weather (including extreme heat), the program will still be held. Junior Kids Club is located in the Atwater Early Education Center which is an air conditioned facility. We will modify the program to accommodate inclement weather days.

Are you unable to pick up your child from Kids Club at 4:00 pm? Extended Day

PleASe NoTe: No refund, class transfer, or credit will be granted after june 13, 2013

If so, we have an program from 4:00 - 5:30 pm. Please go to page 49 or call the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4 for more information or to register.

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Atwater and Lake Bluff Kids Club

Bowling - 1:30 - 2:30 pm at SHS Bowling Lanes * Art - 3:00 - 4:00 pm

“Fun Friday” event

kiDS cluB “FuN FRiDAy” eVeNTS

kids club idol If you have a talent that you would like to share, consider performing in Kids Club Idol! The show will take place on the steps of the Auditorium. The rain location is the SHS Youth Center. Throughout the week at Kids Club, participants will have the opportunity to 8/9 practice a talent that they would like to perform. Participants may choose to perform or may choose to watch. Parents are welcome to attend the show. Please note: the child must be registered for kids club for the entire week of August 5 - 9 to be eligible to perform their talent in kids club idol.

Disc Golf, Geocaching and letterboxing at Brown Deer Park* - FielDTRiP Participants will stay in small groups with their group leader and choose between several activities at this 362 acre park full of treasures. Spend time playing a friendly game of disc golf on any of the 8/2 18 holes throughout the park, go on an old-fashion hunt for actual letterboxes hidden in the park, go on a geocaching adventure or play sand volleyball! Bus will pick up Atwater Kids Club promptly at 12:45 pm and Lake Bluff Kids Club promptly at 1:00 pm. BuS TRiP! Time: 12:45 - 4:00 pm

Shorewood Drama jr. and create your own Sundae We will be watching the Shorewood Recreation Department’s 7/26 drama production of Alice in Wonderland. After the show, participants will play games on the SHS Front Lawn and make their very own ice cream sundae creation.

ice Skating at the Pettit center * - FielDTRiP Spend the afternoon out of the heat and on the ice! Participants will have the afternoon to skate on the US Olympic Training Facil7/19 ity’s ice rink. The bus will pick up Atwater Kids Club promptly at 12:45 pm and Lake Bluff Kids Club promptly at 1:00 pm. Please note that that bus will arrive back at sites between 4:00 & 4:15 pm. BuS TRiP! Time: 12:45 - 4:15 pm

explore Shorewood: Scavenger hunt Join us for a day full of exploration! Groups will use clues to find 7/12 participating Shorewood businesses and collect stickers from the businesses to fill their clue book. Bring your detective skills to compete for prizes donated by Shorewood businesses.

Day at Atwater Beach During this day of fun in the sun, participants will swim, go on a 7/5 treasure hunt and compete in a sand castle building contest at Atwater Beach. Don’t miss this great adventure! Participants should bring a water bottle, a snack, sunscreen, swimsuit and a towel.

laser Tag* - FielDTRiP Join us for an exhilarating day of Laser Tag and go-karting at Lightspeed Entertainment! The fee for this trip includes an unlimited number of laser tag games and go-kart races. Participants should bring their own money if they wish to use the video arcade and/or 6/28 purchase snacks. Participants are responsible for their own money. Participants must be 40” or taller in order to attend the fieldtrip. Bus will pick up Atwater Kids Club promptly at 12:45 pm and Lake Bluff Kids Club promptly at 1:00 pm. Time: 12:45 - 4:00 pm BuS TRiP!

kid’s Day Join the Kids Club staff for an afternoon full of playground and 6/21 water games at Lake Bluff Playground. Participants will rotate through various stations which includes active games, water games and making a keepsake craft. Bring a swimsuit and towel.

Date

Dates: Monday - Friday, June 17 - August 9 (No program on July 4) Time: 1:00 - 4:00 pm (unless otherwise noted) Monday - Thursday Daily Fee: Resident - $7 / Non-Resident - $11 “Fun Friday” event Fee: Resident - $10 / Non-Resident - $15 (6/21, 7/5, 7/12, 7/26, 8/9) “Fun Friday” * Fieldtrip fee: Resident - $16 / Non-Resident - $24 (6/28, 7/19, 8/12) Spend your summer playing games, doing art, making friends, going on field trips and more! Kids Club is the perfect cure to summer boredom. This group is always on the move doing fun activities ranging from swimming to bowling to fishing and even laser tag!! Kids Club Leaders will plan activities at the playground such as group games, art projects and special events between the daily activity and program end time. A weekly calendar of activities is available to download at shorewoodschools.org under the Recreation Department tab. Please note: In the event in inclement weather (including extreme heat), the program will still be held. We will modify the program to accommodate inclement weather days. Participants should bring a snack daily. *Socks are required for bowling

Atwater Kids Club Grades entering 1 - 2 location: Atwater Playground Rain location: Atwater Gym

Mon

Swimming - 1:30 - 2:30 pm at SHS Pool

Terrific Tuesdays at Shorewood Library / Beach Day

Atwater kids club Weekly Activities - Grade 1

Wed

Tues Playground Activities & Art

Art - 1:00 - 2:00 pm Bowling - 2:30 - 3:30 pm at SHS Bowling Lanes *

Thurs

Mon

Playground Activities & Art

Terrific Tuesdays at Shorewood Library / Beach Day

Atwater kids club Weekly Activities - Grade 2

Tues Swimming - 1:30 - 2:30 pm at SHS Pool

Wed Thurs

Lake Bluff Kids Club Grades entering 3 - 7 location: Lake Bluff Playground Rain location: Lake Bluff Gym lake Bluff kids club Weekly Activities - Grade 3 - 7 Mon

Beach Day or Angler Education Your choice of: Swimming - 2:15 - 3:30 pm at VHE Pool Bowling - 2:15 - 3:30 pm at SHS Bowling Lanes * Playground Games - 1:00 to 4:00 pm

Your choice of: Swimming - 2:15 - 3:30 pm at VHE Pool Playground Games - 1:00 to 4:00 pm

Wed

Your choice of: Swimming - 2:15 - 3:30 pm at VHE Pool Playground Games - 1:00 to 4:00 pm

Tues

Thurs

course # Atwater: 4830.15 Lake Bluff: 4840.15

Deadline: june 19 Atwater: 4830.25 Lake Bluff: 4840.25

Atwater: 4830.35 Lake Bluff: 4840.35

Atwater: 4830.45 Lake Bluff: 4840.45

Deadline: july 5 Atwater: 4830.55 Lake Bluff: 4840.55 Atwater: 4830.65 Lake Bluff: 4840.65

Deadline: july 19 Atwater: 4830.75 Lake Bluff: 4840.75

Atwater: 4830.85 Lake Bluff: 4840.85


yO u t h PR OG R Am S BE GI NNI NG t hE WE Ek O F J uN E 1 7 Time

Age

8:00 - 8:25 am

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult K5

8:00 - 11:00 am 8:15 - 9:45 am

K5

8:30 - 8:55 am

K5

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

7

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

6/17 - 6/20

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.01

15 + years

American Red cross lifeguard Training

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

VHE Pool & SHS West Computer Lab

$240 / $290

4383.1

Jump into K5

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

Lake Bluff Room 103

$0 / $96

6804.1

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

6/17 - 6/20

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.02

Animal Art & Literacy

M-F

6/17 - 6/21

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $40

6615.1

$40 / $60

4521.1

7

8:30 - 9:45 am 3 years

creative Dance

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

Bowling instruction

M - TH

6/17 - 6/20

SHS Bowling Lanes

$0 / $24

6450.1

zumbatomic

F

6/21 - 8/9 No class 7/5

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$36 / $54

4147.1

Pee Wee Tennis

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4450.1

7-8

A “Brave” New Cooking Class

M-F

6/17 - 6/21

SHS Science Bldg Room 130

$5 / $75

6710.1

7 - 10

Boys Volleyball camp

T-F

6/18 - 6/21

SHS Arena

$40 / $60

4428.1

7-8

Creative Writing

T, W & TH

6/18 - 6/20

P.E. Building Room 209

$0 / $25

6760.1

6/17 - 6/27

Lake Bluff Early Ed Center NW Corner

$64 / $96

4280.1

6/17 - 6/27

Atwater Early Education Center SE Corner

$0 / $96

6803.1

Mequon City Pool

$210 / $230

4382.1

K4

9:00 - 9:45 am

4 K5

 

9:00 - 10:30 am 9:15 - 10:45 am 9:00 - 10:45 am

4 3 years

9:00 - 11:00 am

7-8

K4

Tiny Tykes Jump into K4

K4 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

16 + years

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

11 - 12 K5

2 - 3 years with adult

 10:00 - 10:45 am

4 K5

18

Sat & Sun

6/22 - 7/28 No class July 6 & 7

T, W & TH

6/18 - 6/20

SHS Library

$0 / NA

6750.1

creative Dance

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$40 / $60

4521.2

Tiny Tumblers

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SHS Upper Gym

$24 / $36

4420.1

Bowling instruction

M - TH

6/17 - 6/20

SHS Bowling Lanes

$0 / $24

6450.2

Sock Monkey Sewing

M-F

6/17 - 6/21

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$18 / $27

4605.1

$36 / $54

4147.2

3

zumbatomic

F

No class 7/5

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

3

Social Skills

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SIS Room 204

$0 / $48

6740.1

7-9

Beginner Tennis

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4451.1

7 - 10

Literature Circle “True Diary”

M&W

6/17 - 6/26

SHS Administration Bldg Conference Room 116

$0 / $20

6735.1

Jump into K5

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

Lake Bluff Room 103

$0 / $96

6804.2

7-8

Cooking With Books Hunger Games

6/17 - 6/21

SHS Science Bldg Room 130

$5 / $75

6725.1

10:00 - 10:55 am

10:45 am - 12:15 pm

M - TH

6/21 - 8/9

10:00 - 11:30 am

7-9

American Red cross Water Safety instructor SHS Peer Mentor Training

M - TH

K5

M-F

C o ur s es hig h lig h t e d in g re e n a re Sum me r Sc h ool En ric h m en t c la s s e s, a t t en da n c e is im por ta n t !


yO u th PR OG R Am S BE GI NNI NG t hE WE Ek O F J uN E 1 7 CO Nt I Nu ED Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult 4

 11:00 - 11:45 am

4

4

7-9

 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

 

11:00 - 12:45 pm

7-9

7-8

1:00 - 1:45 pm 1:00 - 2:00 pm

5

1:00 - 4:00 pm

4

2:00 - 2:45 pm

 6

7-8

7-8

2:00 - 3:30 pm

2:00 - 4:00 pm

4

7-8

6

7

6

7

2:15 - 3:00 pm

8 - 12 8 - 12

(Times available)

K5

7:00 - 7:55 pm

19

Fee R / N-R

course #

children’s yoga

M

6/17 - 8/5

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$52 / 78

4134.1

Bowling instruction

M - TH

6/17 - 6/20

SHS Bowling Lanes

$0 / $24

6450.3

Social Skills

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SIS Room 204

$0 / $48

6740.2

creature Sewing

M-F

6/17 - 6/21

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$18 / $27

4606.1

Tiny Tumblers

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SHS Upper Gym

$24 / $36

4420.2

intermediate Tennis

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4452.1

Boys Volleyball camp

T-F

6/18 - 6/21

SHS Arena

$40 / $60

4428.2

Reader’s Theater

T, W & TH

6/18 - 6/20

P.E.Building Room 209

$0 / $25

6703.1

Gymnastics instruction

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4421.1

junior Tennis club

M-F

6/17 - 8/9

SIS Tennis Courts

$80 / $120

4455.1

Shorewood Drama Junior Alice in Wonderland

M - TH

6/17 - 7/25

SHS Auditorium

$0 / $275

6503.1 6503.2

Gymnastics instruction

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4421.2

junior Tennis club

M-F

6/17 - 8/9

SIS Tennis Courts

$110 / $160

4455.2

Greyhound Boys Basketball camp

M - TH

6/17 - 6/20

SHS Arena

$40 / $60

4445.1

cheerleading Fundamentals

M - TH

6/17 - 6/20

SIS Gym

$36 / $54

4403.1

Teen Strength and Agility Teen Strength and Agility

No class 7/4 & 7/5

No class 7/4

No class 7/4 & 7/5

Tech only

T

6/18 - 8/27

$55 / $82

4195.1

W

6/19 - 8/28

$55 / $82

4195.3

T

6/18 - 8/27

$55 / $82

4195.2

$55 / $82

4195.4

$26 / $39

4421.3

Fitness Center

W

6/19 - 8/28

M - TH

6/17 - 6/27

SHS Upper Gym

Piano lessons

M

6/17 - 7/22

SHS Music Room 273

9 - 12

junior Tennis club

M-F

6/17 - 8/9

SIS Tennis Courts

$110 / $160

4455.3

7-9

Greyhound Boys Basketball camp

M - TH

6/17 - 6/20

SHS Arena

$40 / $60

4445.2

TH

6/20 - 8/8

$22 / $33

4451.5

7-9

location

Gymnastics instruction

7:30 - 9:30 pm 8:00 - 8:55 pm

Dates

7-8

3:30 - 5:00 pm 6:00 - 6:55 pm

Days

3:00 - 3:45 pm 3:00 - 8:00 pm

class

Beginner Tennis Tennis Parent/child Beginner

16 - 17 years with adult

Badminton

Tennis Parent/child Advanced Beginner

TH

No class 7/4 & 7/5

No class 7/4

6/20 - 8/8

SIS Tennis Courts $22 / $33

4454.1

WFB High School Fieldhouse

$20 / $30

4415.1

SIS Tennis Courts

$22 / $33

4454.2

No class 7/4

W

6/19 - 8/7

TH

6/20 - 8/8 No class 7/4

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Age

8:00 - 8:25 am

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult K5

8:00 - 10:30 am 8:15 - 9:45 am 8:30 - 8:55 am

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.03

Midgets Baseball

M-F

6/24 - 8/9

Lake Bluff Diamonds

$90 / $135

4464.1

Jump into 2nd Grade

M - TH

6/24 - 7/3

Atwater Room 8

$0 / $96

6806.1

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.04

insect Art & Literacy

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $40

6615.2

3

Exploring Math Through Games

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6780.1

3

Board Game Design

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$0 / $30

6715.1

creARTivity

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Science Room 140

$16 / $24

4627.1

cartoons and comics

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4670.1

Playground Games

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Front Lawn

$0 / $24

6486.1

Cupcakes 101

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 130

$5 / $75

6601.1

$24 / $36

4487.1

ultimate Frisbee

M - TH

$24 / $36

4487.2

5

7

2 K5

7

8:30 - 9:45 am

 9:00 - 9:45 am

class

 

7-8

 9:00 - 10:30 am

7-8

7-8

9:00 - 11:00 am

6/24 - 6/27

9 - 12

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

7 - 12

chess - Beginner

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

Nicolet High School Room B111

$75 / $85

4755.1

4

7-8

Summer Adventure camp

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

See page 44

$150 / $200

4243.1

7 - 11

American Red cross Babysitting class

M&T

6/24 & 6/25

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 210

$110 / $160

4720.1

Exploring Math Through Games

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6780.2

creature Sewing

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$18 / $27

4606.2

Playground Games

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Front Lawn

$0 / $24

6486.2

creARTivity

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$16 / $24

4627.2

cartoons and comics

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4670.2

Board Game Design

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$0 / $30

6715.2

Jump into 2nd Grade

M - TH

6/24 - 7/3

Atwater Room 8

$0 / $96

6806.2

4

7-9

   4

20

2

6/24 - 6/27

10:00 - 11:30 am

SHS Football Field

9:00 am - 12:30 pm

10:00 - 10:45 am

No class 7/4 & 7/5

7-8

C o ur s es hig h lig h t e d in g re e n a re Sum me r Sc h oo l En ric h m en t c la s s e s, a t t en da n c e is im por ta n t !


yO u th PR OG R Am S BE GI NNI NG t hE WE Ek O F J uN E 2 4 CO Nt I Nu ED Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4-k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

10:45 am - 12:15 pm

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Cupcakes 102

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 130

$5 / $75

6601.2

Exploring Math Through Games

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6780.3

Sock Monkey Sewing

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$18 / $27

4605.2

creARTivity

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$16 / $24

4627.3

cartoons and comics

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4670.3

Playground Games

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Front Lawn

$0 / $24

6486.3

Minors Baseball

M - TH

6/24 - 8/8

SHS Diamond

$70 / $105

4465.1

Roamer the Robot, Beebot and Friends

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

Lydell Community Center Room 22

$40 / $50

4712.1

Junior Great Books

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SIS Room 200

$0 / $30

6704.1

Rocketry

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

Lake Bluff Room 124

$0 / $40

6603.1

Volcanoes

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$0 / $48

6610.1

Settle The New World!

M - TH

6/24 - 7/3

Lake Bluff Room 209/211

$0 / $48

6790.1

k’nex / lego city

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

Lydell Community Center Room 22

$50 / $60

4730.1

7 - 12

chess - intermediate

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

Nicolet High School Room B111

$75 / $85

4755.2

Grade 7 21 years

Community Exploration

M&W

6/24 - 7/3

SIS Room 118

$0 / $75

6911.1

Voice lessons

W

6/26 - 7/24

SHS Music Room Room 273

$166 / $216

4546.1

7-8

 4 11:00 - 11:45 am

7-9

  

11:00 am - 1:30 pm 12:30 - 1:15 pm

6 3 years

1

12:30 - 1:30 pm

1:00 - 2:00 pm

4

1:00 - 2:15 pm

2

7

3

1:00 - 2:30 pm 1:30 - 2:30 pm

7-8

2

5

7-8

(see description for prerequisite)

No class 7/4

Whitefish Bay

Whitefish Bay

1:00 - 4:00 pm

1:00 - 7:00 pm

1:45 - 3:00 pm

Junior Great Books

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SIS Room 200

$0 / $30

6704.2

5

Boys lacrosse

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

SHS Football Field

$30 / $45

4489.1

4

7-8

Volcanoes

M - TH

6/24 - 6/27

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$0 / $48

6610.2

6

7-8

Boys lacrosse

M-F

6/24 - 6/28

SHS Football Field

$30 / $45

4489.2

2:30 - 3:45 pm

4:00 - 5:15 pm

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yO ut h P RO GR A mS BE GIN NIN G t hE WEE k O F J ul y 1 Time

Age 3 years

Grade Grade Grade Grade k4-k5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Ballet

M - TH

7/1 - 7/11

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$35 / $52

4535.1

intermediate Tennis

M - TH

7/1 - 7/11

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4452.2

Drawing Animals

M-W

7/1 - 7/3

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4630.1

Outdoor Art

M-W

7/1 - 7/3

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $20

6611.1

Keyboarding

M - TH

7/1 - 7/11

SIS 3rd Floor Computer Lab

$0 / $48

6766.1

Ballet

M - TH

7/1 - 7/11

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$35 / $52

4535.2

Pee Wee Tennis

M - TH

7/1 - 7/11

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4450.2

Drawing Animals

M-W

7/1 - 7/3

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12/ $18

4630.2

7-8

introduction to Magic

T

7/2

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 209

$20 / $30

4726.1

7 - 12

Outdoor Art

M-W

7/1 - 7/3

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $20

6611.2

7-9

Beginner Tennis

M - TH

7/1 - 7/11

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4451.2

Drawing Animals

M-W

7/1 - 7/3

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4630.3

Keyboarding

M - TH

7/1 - 7/11

SIS 3rd Floor Computer Lab

$0 / $48

6766.2

Goop and Gunk

M-W

7/1 - 7/3

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6730.1

AcT Workshop

M-F

7/1 - 7/12

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 209

$190 / $240

4705.1

Goop and Gunk

M-W

7/1 - 7/3

$0 / $30

6730.2

$0 / $30

6730.3

Grade 7 - 12

K4

9:00 - 9:45 am

7-9

 9:00 - 10:15 am

4

6

K5 10:00 - 10:45 am

7-9

K5

 

10:00 - 11:30 am

10:30 - 11:45 am

11:00 - 11:45 am

1:00 - 1:45 pm 1:30 - 3:00 pm

11 - 12

2:00 - 2:45 pm

3:00 - 3:45 pm

No class 7/4 No class 7/4

No class 7/4 No class 7/4 No class 7/4

No class 7/4

No class 7/4

No class 7/4

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

Goop and Gunk

M-W

7/1 - 7/3

yO u th PR OG R Am S BE GI NNI NG IN t hE W EE k OF Ju l y 8 Time

Age

8:00 - 8:25 am

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade 7 -12 k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6 K5

8:15 - 9:45 am 8:30 - 8:55 am 9:00 - 9:45 am

22

7

1 K5

 

7

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.05

Jump into 1st Grade

M - TH

7/8 - 7/18

Atwater Room 8

$0 / $96

6805.1

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.06

Summertime Fun With Art

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4690.1

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Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Cabin Fever

M - TH

7/8 - 7/18

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 209

$0 / $48

6702.1

Make Your Own Comic Book

M-F

7/8 - 7/12

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6612.1

Nature Drawing

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4680.1

Sports Sampler

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Front Lawn

$0 / $24

6485.1

Create Your Own Stories

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6765.1

Summer Band - intermediate

M - TH

7/8 - 7/25

SIS Band Room 234

$0 / $100

6501.1

M-F

7/8 - 7/12

SHS Science Bldg Room 130

$5 / $75

6725.2

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$0 / $30

6628.1

Tiny Tykes

M - TH

7/8 - 7/18

Atwater Early Ed Center SE Corner

$64 / $96

4280.2

Summer Band Beginner Trumpet

M&W

7/8 - 7/24

$0 / $100

6501.2

Summer Band Beginner Clarinet

T & TH

7/9 - 7/25

$0 / $100

6501.3

Summertime Fun With Art

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Science Room 142

$20 / $30

4690.2

Social Skills

M - TH

7/8 - 7/18

SIS Room 204

$0 / $48

6740.3

Nature Drawing

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4680.2

Bank On Math

M - TH

7/8 - 7/18

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 209

$0 / $48

6781.1

Soccer instruction

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Front Lawn

$0 / $24

6440.1

2

Create Your Own Stories

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6765.2

7 - 10

Literature Circle “Boy”

M&W

7/8 - 7/17

SHS Admin Bldg Room 204

$0 / $20

6735.2

7-9

Cardboard Boat Building

M-F

7/8 - 7/12

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $40

6607.1

Jump into 1st Grade

M - TH

7/8 - 7/18

Atwater Room 8

$0 / $96

6805.2

Downtown Morning Paddle / kayak

Sat

7/13 & 7/27

Rowing Center 1990 N. Commerce St

$35 / $53

4252.2

Summer Band Beginner Low Brass

M&W

7/8 - 7/24

$0 / $100

6501.4

Summer Band Beginner Flute

T & TH

7/9 - 7/25

$0 / $100

6501.5

CSi: Kitchen

M-F

7/8 - 7/12

$5 / $75

6640.1

 9:00 - 9:45 am

3

7 - 10

 1 9:00 - 9:50 am

6

7-8

7-8

7 - 10

9:00 - 10:30 am 4 9:00 - 11:00 am

3 years

K4 4

10:00 - 10:40 am 4

 4 10:00 - 10:45 am

 

10:00 - 10:55 am 4

10:00 - 11:30 am

1 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

15+ years

4

10:45 - 11:25 am 4 10:45 am - 12:15 pm

23

 

7-8

Cooking With Books Hunger Games Go Green! Recycled Jewerly Making

SIS Band Room 234

SIS Band Room 234

SHS Science Bldg Room 130

Reg ist er o nlin e a t s hor ewoo ds c ho ols .or g


yO ut h PR O GR A mS BE GIN NIN G t hE W EE k O F Ju l y 8 C ON t INu ED Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4-k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Summertime Fun With Art

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Science Room 142

$20 / $30

4690.3

Social Skills

M - TH

7/8 -7/18

SIS Room 204

$0 / $48

6740.4

Nature Drawing

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4680.3

Bank On Math

M - TH

7/8 - 7/18

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 209

$0 / $48

6781.2

Soccer instruction

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Front Lawn

$0 / $24

6440.2

3

Create Your Own Stories Summer Band Beginner Saxophone Summer Band Beginner Percussion

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6765.3

M&W

7/8 - 7/24

$0 / $100

6501.6

$0 / $100

6501.7

 

7-8

3

11:00 - 11:45 am

4 11:30 am - 12:10 pm

4 12:30 - 1:30 pm

1:00 - 2:00 pm

4

1:00 - 2:30 pm

 

2:30 - 4:00 pm

 

Junior Great Books

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SIS Room 200

$0 / $30

6704.3

Rocketry

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

Lake Bluff Room 124

$0 / $40

6603.2

Gymnastics camp

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Upper Gym

$60 / $90

4422.1

7-8

Felt Friends

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6670.1

Grade 7 21 years

Community Exploration

M&W

7/8 - 7/17

SIS Room 118

$0 / $75

6911.2

Junior Great Books

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SIS Room 200

$0 / $30

6704.4

Gymnastics camp Shorewood-Messmer Football camp

M - TH

7/8 - 7/11

SHS Upper Gym

$60 / $90

4422.2

T-F

7/9 - 7/12

SHS Football Field

$64 / $96

4436.1

young American Martial Arts club

M&W

7/8 - 8/14

$179 / $179

4466.1

4

 

7&8

7&8

1:45 - 3:00 pm

4:00 - 4:30 pm

7/9 - 7/25

7

1:00 - 4:00 pm

3:00 - 5:00 pm

T & TH

3 4

1

4:30 - 5:15 pm

2

6:00 - 8:00 pm 6:30 - 8:30 pm

4

SIS Band Room 234

Lydell Community Center Gym Whitefish Bay

7&8

young American Martial Arts club

M&W

7/8 - 8/14

$179 / $179

4466.2

7&8

Rock climbing Team

M&W

7/8 - 8/7

Milwaukee Turners Gym 1034 N. 4th Street

$150 / $200

4240.1

everyday Sewing Skirt & Tote for Moms & Daughters

M

7/8 - 8/12

Lydell Community Center Room 22 Whitefish Bay

$90 / $100

15+ years

Downtown evening Paddle / kayak

T

7/9 & 7/23

Rowing Center 1990 N. Commerce St

$35 / $53

4252.1

Fee R / N-R

course #

$56 / $84

4453.07

$56 / $84

4453.08

6:30 - 9:30 pm

per pair

4601.3

yO ut h PR O GR A mS BE GIN NIN G t hE WEE k O F Ju l y 1 5 Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade 7 -12 k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6

8:00 - 8:25 am

K5

8:30 - 8:55 am

K5

 

K5

9:00 - 9:45 am

24

class

Days

Dates

location

 

 

7

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

7

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

hip hop Dance

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$40 / $60

4585.1

7-9

Beginner Tennis

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4451.3

1

Reading Works

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6707.1

Future is Drawing Near

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4631.1

SIS Tennis Courts

Co u rs e s h igh lig h t e d in g r ee n a r e Su mme r Sc h oo l En r ic hm e nt c las s e s , a t t e nda n c e is im por t an t !


yO ut h PR O GR A mS BE GIN NIN G t hE WEE k O F Ju l y 1 5 C ON t INu ED Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade 7 - 12 k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6 4

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Make Your Own Comic Book

M-F

7/15 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6612.2

Floor Hockey

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS North Gym

$0 / $24

6432.1

7-8

All About Me Art

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS Science Room 142

$20 / $30

4650.1

7-8

Summer Adventure camp

M-F

7/15 - 7/19

See page 44

$150 / $200

4243.2

7 - 11

American Red cross Babysitting class

M&T

7/15 & 7/16

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 210

$110 / $160

4720.2

Floor Hockey

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS North Gym

$0 / $24

6432.2

Tiny Tumblers

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

SHS Upper Gym

$24 / $36

4420.3

All About Me Art

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS Science Room 142

$20 / $30

4650.2

intermediate Tennis

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4452.3

Reading Works

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $ 24

6707.2

Future is Drawing Near

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4631.2

hip hop Dance

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$40 / $60

4585.2

how to eat a Brownie: children’s etiquette

W-F

7/17 - 7/19

SHS Conference Room 116

$75 / $112

4710.1

Printmaking

M-F

7/15 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6613.1

Floor Hockey

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS North Gym

$0 / $24

6432.3

Tiny Tumblers

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

SHS Upper Gym

$24 / $36

4420.4

Pee Wee Tennis

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4450.3

Reading Works

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6707.3

Future is Drawing Near

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS Science Bldg Room 240

$12 / $18

4631.3

9:00 - 9:45 am 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

4

  

9:00 am - 12:30 pm

 2 - 3 yrs with adult

 10:00 - 10:45 am

7-9

2

 3 years

K4 2

10:00 - 11:30 am

 7 - 12

 11:00 - 11:45 am

K5

 3

7-8

 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

11:00 am - 12:30 pm

All About Me Art

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4650.3

7-8

Welcome to SiS

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SIS Room 202

$0 / NA

6782.1

7 - 10

Expressive Surface Design

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$0 / $48

6609.1

Gymnastics instruction

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4421.4

1:00 - 1:45 pm

class

1:00 - 2:00 pm

4

7

Rocketry

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

Lake Bluff Room 124

$0 / $40

6603.3

1:00 - 2:30 pm

3

7-8

upcycling Art: Making Paper and Rag Rug

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6608.1

junior Scientists

M-F

7/15 - 7/19

Lydell Community Center Room 22 Whitefish Bay

$85 / $95

4709.1

Gymnastics instruction

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

$26 / $39

4421.5

Gymnastics instruction

M - TH

7/15 - 7/25

$26 / $39

4421.6

$85 / $95

4704.1

$50 / $75

4427.1

1:45 - 2:45 pm 2:00 - 2:45 pm

  

3:00 - 3:45 pm 3:00 - 4:00 pm

4:30 - 6:30 pm

4

25

7-8

7-9

SHS Upper Gym

cSi - crime Scene investigators

M-F

7/15 - 7/19

Lydell Community Center Room 22 Whitefish Bay

Greyhound Girls Volleyball camp

M - TH

7/15 - 7/18

SHS Arena

Regi st er o nlin e a t s hor ewood s c ho ols .or g


yO ut h PR O GR A mS BE GIN NING t hE W EE k OF Ju l y 2 2 Time

Age

8:00 - 8:25 am

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade 7 - 12 k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

7

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.09

7

Summer Strings Beginning Violin/Viola

M - TH

7/22 - 8/13

SHS Orchestra Room 78

$0 / $100

6502.1

Jump into K5

M - TH

7/22 - 8/1

Lake Bluff Room 103

$0 / $96

6804.3

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.10

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6780.4

M - TH

7/22 - 8/13

SHS Orchestra Room 78

$0 / $100

6502.2

Mystery Math

M - TH

7/22 - 8/1

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 209

$0 / $48

6770.1

Basketball Fundamentals

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

Lake Bluff Gym

$0 / $24

6476.1

Fabric Art

M-F

7/22 - 7/26

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6652.1

Animal Safari Art

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4651.1

Digital Photography & Photoshop with Nature

M - TH

7/22 - 8/1

SHS Administration Bldg West Computer Lab

$0 / $60

6785.1

K4

Jump into K4

M - TH

7/22 - 8/1

Atwater Early Education Center SE Corner

$0 / $96

6803.2

Exploring Math Through Games

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6780.5

Social Skills

M - TH

7/22 - 8/1

SIS Room 204

$0 / $48

6740.5

Diary of a Wimpy Kid The Third Wheel

M - TH

7/22 - 8/1

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 209

$0 / $48

6702.2

K5

8:00 - 8:45 am

 4

8:15 - 9:45 am

K5

8:30 - 8:55 am

K5

 

7

9:00 - 9:45 am

4

7

 

9:00 - 10:30 am 9:00 - 11:00 am

10:00 - 10:45 am

7 - 10

3

4

7

Summer Strings Beginning Violin/Viola

M - TH

7/22 - 8/13

SHS Orchestra Room 78

$0 / $100

6502.3

7-8

Fabric Art

M-F

7/22 - 7/26

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6652.2

Basketball Fundamentals

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

Lake Bluff Gym

$0 / $24

6476.2

7-8

Animal Safari Art

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4651.2

7 - 10

Literature Circle “Stars”

M&W

7/22 - 7/31

SHS Administration Bldg Room 204

$0 / $20

6735.3

Jump into K5

M - TH

7/22 - 8/1

Lake Bluff Room 103

$0 / $96

6804.4

  10:00 - 10:55 am 10:00 - 11:30 am

K5

Exploring Math Through Games Summer Strings Beginning Cello/Bass

summer school eNrichmeNt

Summer school enrichment class attendance is very important for our District. Attendance in these classes will bring additional revenue through the third Friday count in September. Take advantage of these programs and help the District generate revenue. Our summer school enrichment classes are highlighted in green in our weekly youth program charts and in the program descriptions.

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C o ur s es hig h lig h t ed in g re e n a re S um me r Sc h ool En ric h m en t c la s s e s, a t t en da n c e is im por ta n t !


yO u t h PR OG R Am S B EGI NNI NG t hE WE Ek O F J ul y 2 2 CO Nt IN uE D Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade 7 - 12 k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

3

Exploring Math Through Games

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6780.6

Social Skills

M - TH

7/22 - 8/1

SIS Room 204

$0 / $48

6740.6

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Dog Days

M - TH

7/22 - 8/1

SHS P.E. Bldg Room 209

$0 / $48

6702.3

Basketball Fundamentals

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

Lake Bluff Gym

$0 / $24

6476.3

Fabric Art

M-F

7/22 - 7/26

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6652.3

Animal Safari Art

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

SHS Science Room 142

$20 / $30

4651.3

4

 11:00 - 11:45 am

4

7

Summer Strings Elementary Orchestra

M - TH

7/22 - 8/13

SHS Orchestra Room 78

$0 / $100

6502.4

1:00 - 2:00 pm

4

7

Rocketry

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

Lake Bluff Room 124

$0 / $40

6603.4

1:00 - 2:15 pm

1:00 - 4:00 pm

2:30 - 3:30 pm

K5

7-8

Marvelous Masks

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6685.1

Grade 7 21 years

Community Exploration

M&W

7/22 - 7/31

SIS Room 118

$0 / $75

6911.3

7-9

Performing Arts Workshop

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

SIS Band Room 234

$66 / $99

4675.1

Marvelous Masks

M - TH

7/22 - 7/25

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6685.2

Fee R / N-R

course #

$56 / $84

4453.11

$56 / $84

4453.12

yO ut h PR O GR A mS BE GIN NIN G t hE WEE k O F Ju l y 2 9 Time

Age

8:00 - 8:25 am

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade 7 - 12 k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6

7

K5

7

K5

K5

8:30 - 8:55 am

9:00 - 9:45 am

K5

27

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

location SIS Tennis Courts

7/29 - 8/1

Ballet

M - TH

7/29 - 8/8

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$40 / $60

4535.3

1

Create Your Own Stories

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6765.4

Flag Football

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Football Field

$0 / $24

6405.1

Pee Wee Tennis

M - TH

7/29 - 8/8

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4450.4

Printmaking Process & Projects

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4671.1

Water Games

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Pool

$14 / $21

4345.1

5

Create An Arcade

M-F

7/29 - 8/2

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6680.1

into the Garden

M-F

7/29 - 8/2

Richards School Great Room Whitefish Bay

$130 / $140

4270.1

 

Dates

M - TH

9:00 - 10:15 am 3.5 years

Days

Private Tennis lessons

9:00 - 11:45 am

class

1

7-8

Reg ist er o nlin e a t s hor ewoo ds c ho ols .or g


yO ut h P R OGR A m S BE GIN NIN G t hE WEE k O F J ul y 29 C ON t INu ED Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

4

Summer Adventure camp

M-F

7/29 - 8/2

See page 44

$150 / $200

4243.3

Printmaking Process & Projects

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4671.2

2

Create Your Own Stories

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6765.5

Dodgeball

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS North Gym

$12 / $18

4405.1

Flag Football

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Football Field

$0 / $24

6405.2

Beginner Tennis

M - TH

7/29 - 8/8

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4451.4

Water Games

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Pool

$14 / $21

4345.2

$40 / $60

4535.4

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

6 10:00 - 10:45 am

7-8

7-8

 

7-9

 3 years

Ballet

M - TH

7/29 - 8/8

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

15+ years

Downtown Morning Paddle / kayak

Sat

8/3 & 8/17

Rowing Center 1990 N. Commerce St

$35 / $53

4252.4

7-8

Create An Arcade

M-F

7/29 - 8/2

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6680.2

Printmaking Process & Projects

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4671.3

3

Create Your Own Stories

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

Atwater Room 108

$0 / $24

6765.6

5

Dodgeball

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS North Gym

$12 / $18

4405.2

Flag Football

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Football Field

$0 / $24

6405.3

intermediate Tennis

M - TH

7/29 - 8/8

SIS Tennis Courts

$20 / $30

4452.4

Water Games

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Pool

$14 / $21

4345.3

Spies and Detectives

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6741.1

Rocketry

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

Lake Bluff Room 124

$0 / $40

6603.5

Spies and Detectives

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

$0 / $30

6741.2

$0 / $30

6741.3

K4

10:00 am - 1:00 pm 10:30 - 11:45 am

6

11:00 - 11:45 am

7-9

 1:00 - 1:45 pm

1:00 - 2:00 pm 2:00 - 2:45 pm 3:00 - 3:45 pm

4

 

7

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

Spies and Detectives

M - TH

7/29 - 8/1

summer school eNrichmeNt

Summer school enrichment class attendance is very important for our District. Attendance in these classes will bring additional revenue through the third Friday count in September. Take advantage of these programs and help the District generate revenue. Our summer school enrichment classes are highlighted in green in our weekly youth program charts and in the program descriptions.

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C o ur s es hig h lig h t e d in g re e n a re Sum me r Sc h oo l En ric h m e nt c la s s e s , a t t e nda n c e is im por t an t !


y Ou t h PR O GR Am S B EG INN ING t hE W EE k OF AuG uS t 5 Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

8:00 - 8:25 am

K5

8:30 - 8:55 am

K5

8:30 am - 12:00 pm

K5

 

 

 

class

Days

Dates

7

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

7

Private Tennis lessons

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

4799.1

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4699.1

Table Tennis

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

SIS Gym

$12 / $18

4496.1

Recycled and Found Materials in Studio Art

M-F

8/5 - 8/9

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6699.1

Team Building

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

SHS North Gym

$0 / $24

6401.1

7 - 12

cross country Preseason Training

M, W & F

8/5 - 8/16

SHS Front Lawn

$30 / $45

4160.1

4

7-8

Summer Adventure camp Girls only

M-F

8/5 - 8/9

See page 44

$150 / $200

4243.4

7 - 12

chess - Beginner

M-F

8/5 - 8/9

Nicolet High School Room B111

$75 / $85

4755.3

Mini Murals

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4699.2

7 - 12

Table Tennis

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

SIS Gym

$12 / $18

4496.2

Recycled and Found Materials in Studio Art

M-F

8/5 - 8/9

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6699.2

Team Building

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

$0 / $24

6401.2

Sports Sampler

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

5

  11:00 - 11:45 am

1:00 - 1:45 pm

SHS North Gym

$0 / $24

6485.2

7 - 12

Tee Shirt Design

M-F

8/5 - 8/9

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6698.1

7-8

Mini Murals

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$20 / $30

4699.3

Table Tennis

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

SIS Gym

$12 / $18

4496.3

Explore Water

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$0 / $30

6301.1

7 - 12

chess - intermediate

M-F

8/5 - 8/9

$75 / $85

4755.4

7 - 12

American Red cross Babysitting

M&T

8/5 & 8/6

SHS PE Bldg Room 210

$110 / $160

4720.3

Flag Football league

Sat

SHS Football Field

$40 / $60

See page 13

Explore Water

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

$0 / $30

6301.2

Explore Water

M - TH

8/5 - 8/8

$0 / $30

6301.3

Downtown evening Paddle / kayak

T

8/6 & 8/13

$35 / $53

4252.3

1:00 - 4:30 pm

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$180 / $190

8/5 - 8/8

10:00 - 10:45 am

6:30 - 9:30 pm

4453.14

M - TH

3:00 - 3:45 pm

$56 / $84

Mini Murals

2:00 - 2:45 pm

4453.13

8/5 - 8/9

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

1:15 - 2:45 pm

$56 / $84

M-F

9:00 - 10:00 am

1:00 - 4:00 pm

course #

Science explorations

 K5

SIS Tennis Courts

Fee R / N-R

Richards School Great Room Whitefish Bay

 9:00 - 9:45 am

location

  15+ years

8/31 - 9/28 Deadline:August 9

Reg ist er o nlin e a t s hor ewoo ds c ho ols .or g

Nicolet High School Room B111

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

Rowing Center 1990 N. Commerce St


yO ut h PR O GR A mS BE GIN NING t hE W EE k OF Au Gu St 1 2 Time

Age

8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6 K5

Grade 7 - Adult

 13 - 15 years old

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

1:30 - 3:00 pm

3

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Secret Agent lab

M-F

8/12 - 8/16

Richards School Great Room Whitefish Bay

$180 / $190

4708.1

Teen Adventure camp

M-F

8/12 - 8/16

See page 45

$275 / $325

4243.5

Soccer camp

M - TH

8/12 - 8/15

$66 / $99

4441.1

$66 / $99

4441.2

Atwater Soccer Field 3:00 - 4:30 pm

4

7-8

Soccer camp

M - TH

8/12 - 8/15

y Ou t h PR O GR Am S B EG INN ING t hE W EE k OF Au GuS t 1 9 Time

Age

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6

Grade 7 - Adult 11 -12

class

Days

Dates

location

Fee R / N-R

course #

SHS Peer Mentor Training

T, W & TH

8/20 - 8/22

SHS Library

$0 / NA

6750.2

2012 ShoWcASe AWARD Presented by the Shorewood Business improvement District Business Partner of the year: Shorewood Recreation Department Recognizing outstanding leadership, dedication and support of Shorewood's Business District.

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“iN-TRAiNiNG” Age 16 - 21 Students will become an employee “in-training” at a worksite in or near Shorewood. Students will learn about the application and interview process, practice and learn appropriate social skills on the job, learn job specific skills, and much more. A job coach will provide daily evaluation with the emphasis on students building natural supports with their co-workers. Both students with and without disabilities are welcome to participate in this class. Students training schedule will be determined on student’s needs and abilities as well as the employee needs. Ms. Gagne will contact each student to determine the student’s individual schedule. The program begins the week of Monday, June 24 and will end by Thursday, August 1. instructor: Chris Gagne Fee: Resident - $0 / Non-Resident - $200 course #: 6912.1

C ou rs e s h ig h lig ht e d in g re e n a re Su mm e r Sc ho ol En ric h me n t c la s se s , at t e n da nc e i s impo rt a n t!


American Red cross learn to Swim Program Swimming instruction is provided to give children a positive attitude toward the water while introducing and developing proper swimming techniques. All participants will be evaluated the first day of class to ensure proper class placement. Parents are allowed to observe in the pool area from the bleachers. Children that are not toilet trained must wear swim diapers. No disposable or cloth diapers are allowed in the pool. The Shorewood Recreation Department reserves the right to change a swimmer’s level if the class they are placed in does not match their ability.

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level

class Size

Requirements

Skills Taught in The class

Diaper Diver

15

Age 6 months - 2 years Child must be accompanied in the water with an adult.

Participants will learn how to enter and exit the water in a safe manner, explore submerging the mouth, nose and eyes completely, explore buoyancy and basic water safety.

Parent / child

15

Age 2 - 3 years Child must be accompanied in the water with an adult.

Participants will learn more ways to enter and exit the water in a safe manner, glide on the front and back with assistance, change body positioning in water and begin to perform combined stroke on front and back with assistance.

Alligator

6

Age 4 - 5 years

Participants will to learn to enter and exit the water independently, blow bubbles through mouth and nose, tread water with arm and hand actions, back float and front/back glides.

Seal

6

Successful completion of Alligator Age 4 - 5 years

Participants will build upon the skills in Alligator such as adding leg action for treading water, combining leg and arm actions on front and back, independently glide on front and back and open eyes underwater and retrieve submerged objects.

Dolphin

6

Successful completion of Seal Age 4 - 5 years

Participants will learn to enter the water by jumping in, fully submerge and hold breath, front, jellyfish and tuck floats and change direction of travel while swimming on front and back.

level 1 introduction to Water Skills

8

Age 6 years and older or successful completion of Dolphin

Participants will begin to learn independence in the water by entering and exiting safely, retrieving fully submerged objects, front and back glides and floats and treading water.

level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills

8

Successful completion of Level 1

Participants will build upon the skills learned in level 1 such as front, jellyfish and tuck floats, changing direction of travel while swimming on front and back and combining arm and leg actions on front and back.

level 3 Stroke Development

8

Successful completion of Level 2

Participants will learn to enter the water by jumping in and begin headfirst entries from the side in sitting and kneeling positions. Rotary breathing is also introduced in this level.

level 4 Stroke improvement

10

Successful completion of Level 3

This level focuses on swimming underwater and survival swimming. In addition, participants will be introduced to the front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.

level 5 Stroke Refinement

10

Successful completion of Level 4

Participants will improve upon their diving skills, learn flip-turns and refine the basic strokes. Participants will also learn various water safety skills.

level 6 Swimming and Skill Proficiency

10

Successful completion of Level 5

Participants will increase their endurance for all strokes, demonstrate flip turns for all strokes, tread in deep water and improve survival swimming skills.

Swim instruction for the older child

10

Age 8 - Grade 8

This class is geared towards beginner swimmers and will help them gain confidence in water at their own pace in a group of peers. Participants will work to learn and improve their water skills and strokes.

Adult Swim instruction

6

Grade 8 - Adult

Participants will gain confidence in the water at their own pace. An instructor will work individually with each participant to work towards their goals.


G ROu P SW Im INSt R uCt ION location: VHE Pool Fee per term: Resident - $40 / Non-Resident - $60 You may only enroll in one term of group swimming lessons at a time. Registration for the next swim term will begin after your last class of the term you are currently enrolled in. You can register on-line, fax, walk-in, drop box or phone.

MoRNiNG SWiM iNSTRucTioN

MoNDAy – ThuRSDAy (No SWiM leSSoNS helD oN ThuRSDAy, july 4) Time

9:00 - 9:30 am

level

june 17 june 27

Alligator

4303.1

Seal

july 1 july 11

9:00 - 9:45 am

10:00 - 10:30 am

10:00 - 10:45 am

4305.4 4306.1

2 4308.1 4309.1

Seal

4304.1

11:00 - 11:45 am

level

Friday, june 21 - August 9

9:00 - 9:30 am

Diaper Diver

4301.2

9:35 - 10:05 am

Parent/Child

4302.2

1 2 3 4 5

4306.4 4307.5 4308.5

4307.1

eVeNiNG SWiM iNSTRucTioN

4305.5

4307.6 4309.5 4303.5

4307.7

Time

4308.7 4309.7

4306.8

4310.1

4310.4

4311.1

4311.4

Dolphin

4305.1

1

4306.2

2

4307.2

4

4309.2

4306.5

4303.2

Seal

4304.2

4306.3 4307.3

3

4306.7

6:35 - 7:15 pm 4306.9 4307.8

4309.6

5

4310.3

4310.5

6

4311.3

4311.5 4313.1

Reg is ter onli ne a t s hor ewo od sc h ools .o rg

4303.3

4305.2

2

4304.4

(No class 7/4)

4302.1

Alligator

1

Thursday june 20 - August 8

4301.1

Dolphin

4308.8 4309.8

4303.4

Seal

Tuesday june 18 - August 6

Parent/Child 6:00 - 6:30 pm

4308.6

level Diaper Diver

4304.5 4305.3

Swim instruction for the older child

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4308.4 4309.4

Dolphin

Alligator 11:00 - 11:30 am

Time

4306.6 4307.4

3 4 Alligator

6

july 29 August 8

4304.3

Dolphin 1

july 15 july 25

4308.2

4

4308.3 4309.3

5

4310.2

6

4311.2

Adult Swim Instruction

4330.1

Private Swim interest list Each 8 week swim session has an interest list for private swim lessons. If we cancel a swim class due to low enrollment, we are then able to add a private swim lesson(s). Our interest list is free of charge. The interest list does not guarantee a private swim lesson. Register for course # 4328.1 for day lessons Register for course # 4328.2 for evening lessons


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location: Fee per term: Age:

PRiVATe SWiM iNSTRucTioN - TueSDAy Dates

Time

course #

5:30 – 5:55 pm

4324.1

6:00 – 6:25 pm

4324.2

5:30 – 5:55 pm

4324.3

6:00 – 6:25 pm

4324.4

June 18 - July 9

July 16 - August 6

VHE Pool Resident - $66 / Non-Resident - $99 4 - Adult

PRiVATe SWiM iNSTRucTioN - ThuRSDAy Time

Dates

course #

June 20 - July 11

5:15* – 5:50 pm

4325.1

5:55 – 6:30*pm

4325.2

5:30 – 5:55 pm

4325.3

6:00 – 6:25 pm

4325.4

(no class on 7/4, note time adjustment to make up for missed class*)

July 18 - August 8

PRiVATe SWiM iNSTRucTioN - FRiDAy Dates

June 21 - July 12

July 19 - August 9

Time

course #

9:00 – 9:25 am

4326.1

9:30 – 9:55 am

4326.2

10:00 – 10:25 am

4326.3

10:30 – 10:55 am

4326.4

11:00 – 11:25 am

4326.5

11:30 – 11:55 am

4326.6

9:00 – 9:25 am

4327.1

9:30 – 9:55 am

4327.2

10:00 – 10:25 am

4327.3

10:30 – 10:55 am

4327.4

11:00 – 11:25 am

4327.5

11:30 – 11:55 am

4327.6

Private Swim interest list *Each 8 week group swim session has an interest list for private swim lessons. If the Department cancels a group swim class due to low enrollment, we are then able to add a private swim lesson. The private lesson will be for 25 minutes. You will be notified via e-mail if availability arises. Registrations for the interest list will be first come, first served. Our interest list is free of charge. The interest list does not guarantee a private swim lesson. Register for course # 4328.1 for day lessons and course # 4328.2 for evening lessons


WAtER AEROBICS The Water Aerobics Flex Plan entitles you to 10 or 20 visits to any of the classes listed below. All punch cards have an expiration date of one year. Punch cards can be purchased by mail, fax, walk-in or telephone. For pool closings, please refer to page 35. All classes listed are ongoing, new participants are welcome at any time. Time

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thu

7:00 - 8:00 am

class

Deep Water Aerobics

6/18 - 8/8 in the Vhe Pool (No class july 4)

8/13 - 8/29 in the ShS Pool

8:00 - 8:50 am

Shallow Water Aerobics

6/17 - 8/7 in the VHE Pool

8:30 - 9:30 am

Shallow Water Aerobics

8/12 - 8/28 in the SHS Pool

WiScoNSiN SeNioR olyMPicS Come watch the 2013 Wisconsin Senior Olympics swimming event at the VHE Pool. For more information go to: wiseniorolympics.com. Date: Time: location: Fee:

Saturday, September 14 1:00 - 5:00 pm VHE Pool FREE

Fo r m ore in for ma t ion , p lea s e c a ll (414) 963-691 3 x 4 or g o t o: s hor ewood s c ho ols .or g

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Dates

Description Come get a full body workout that includes stretching, warm-up, cardiovascular conditioning, toning and a cool down routine using flotation belts. Participants must provide their own belt.

Fee R / N-R

Flex Plan $40 / $60 (10 classes)

oR Join us for a workout that combines stretching, cardio, strength and toning. You will march, jog and jump through NEW!! the water to improve cardiovascular fitness, muscular en$80 / $120 durance and flexibility. Participants do not need to know (20 classes) how to swim as class is conducted in the shallow end of the pool.

ShoReWooD RecReATioN WANTS youR PhoToS! Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department is in constant need of photos for our website and activity guides. If you have a photo you want to share of someone participating in our programs please forward it us. This Summer 2013 Activity Guide’s cover photo was courtesy of Renae Aldana, Shorewood resident.


ShOREWOOD hIGh SChOOl - vhE POOl

C O m m u N I t y S W I m

No cASh Will Be AccePTeD AT ANy coMMuNiTy SWiMS. All swimmers must present a community swim punch card, a current Shorewood community Fitness center membership card, or a single swim pass which can be purchased at the Recreation Department or the Shorewood community Fitness center during business hours. identification is required to prove residency. SiNGle SWiM PASS FeeS

Open Swim is included in the Shorewood community Fitness center membership. Must show membership card to lifeguard at each Community Swim.

card Resident Fee Non-Resident Fee Adult $60 $90 Senior $40 $60 Youth $40 $60 Punch cards allow for 20 visits for community swim and each punch card carries an expiration date of one year.

coMMuNiTy SWiM ScheDule MoNDAy, juNe 17 - SuNDAy, SePTeMBeR 1

coMMuNiTy SWiM iNFoRMATioN Everyone must wear appropriate swimming attire in the pool. No swim suits, caps, or towels are issued at any of the community swims. Before entering the pool, it is mandatory to shower. Patrons six years of age and older are expected to use the gender-appropriate locker room or family changing area. Our family changing area can be used by parent/child or assistance with another adult. This area is located next to the women’s locker room. There are lockers in this room and we strongly recommend you use a lock. Toys and flotation devices are prohibited. The Recreation Department is not responsible for any lost or stolen articles. Bring your own lock for a locker. Overnight storage is not permitted. Sauna/Whirlpool (Adults only) will be open during Adult and Lap Swims. Only towels are allowed in sauna. Whirlpool temperature is set between 98 and 104 degrees. All Ages Swim - Youth ages 7 and under must be accompanied in the water by an adult (ratio of one adult to every 8 children). Children 6 and under must be within one arm’s length of an adult while in the water (ratio of one adult to every 4 children). Infants and toddlers must wear swim diapers in the pool. No disposable or cloth diapers allowed. We have an adaptive chair for shallow water entrance. The Shorewood School District Facility Services Department makes every attempt to maintain water and air temperature according to the standards set by the State of Wisconsin. Any fluctuation in temperature will be corrected as soon as possible. Pool temperature is set between 78 and 81 degrees. Your patience and understanding is appreciated. For concerns about our pool facilities, please contact District Facility and Operations at (414) 963-6918.

Special Swim

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coMMuNiTy SWiM PuNch cARD

Pass Resident Fee Non-Resident Fee Adult $4 $6 Senior $3 $5 Youth $3 $5 Age 5 & Under --------------FREE------------------

4th of july celebration Thursday, july 4 All age swim 1:00 - 2:30 pm - FRee!! A limited number of participants will permitted in the pool during this special swim.

Lap Swim Adult Swim All Age Swim

6:15 - 8:45 am * 12:00 - 2:00 pm 2:15 - 3:45 pm

Adult Swim

7:30 - 9:00 pm

Lap Swim Adult Swim All Age Swim Adult Swim

6:15 - 8:00 am 12:00 - 2:00 pm 2:15 - 3:45 pm

Lap Swim Adult Swim All Age Swim Adult Swim

6:15 - 8:45 am * 12:00 - 2:00 pm 2:15 - 3:45 pm

Thursday

Lap Swim Adult Swim All Age Swim Adult Swim

6:15 - 8:00 am 12:00 - 2:00 pm 2:15 - 3:45 pm

Friday

Lap Swim Adult Swim All Age Swim All Age Swim Adult Swim

6:15 - 8:45 am * 12:00 - 2:00 pm 2:15 - 3:45 pm 7:05 - 8:05 pm 8:10 - 9:10 pm

Saturday & Sunday

All Age Swim Adult Swim Lap Swim

2:00 - 3:30 pm 3:30 - 4:15 pm 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

The Vhe Pool Will Be cloSeD All DAy oN: Monday, May 27 Thursday, July 4* Monday, September 2

7:30 - 9:00 pm

7:30 - 9:00 pm

7:30 - 9:00 pm

The Vhe Pool Will Be cloSeD DuRiNG The eVeNiNG oN: Thursday, June 13 Friday, June 14 Wednesday, August 28 *The pool will be closed all day EXCEPT for the special swim from 1:00 - 2:30 pm

lap Swim - Grade 3 - Adult Adult Swim - 18 years and older * only 3 lanes and the diving well are available on M/W/F from 8:00 to 8:45 am Monday, August 12 - Saturday, August 31 Monday, Wednesday & Friday lap swim will end at 7:30 am at the Vhe Pool and restart from 8:30 - 9:30 am in the ShS Pool Pool hours are subject to change. updates will be posted on the Vhe Pool bulletin board, Vhe Pool information line at (414) 963-6913 x 1, and on shorewoodschools.org under the Recreation Department tab.


vOluNtEERS DiStrict volunteerS

teen volunteerS

The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Departmemt now coordinates volunteers for the School District. Do you possess a special skill or area of expertise that would benefit the Shorewood School District? Do you enjoy working with children? District volunteers are utilized in several capacities such as one-on-one homework tutors, organizing teacher libraries, coaching youth sports teams, chaperoning field trips, photocopying and laminating, and ushering SHS Drama productions.

Grade 7 - 12 Do you love working with kids? Do you want to make a difference? The Recreation Department is seeking teen volunteers, to assist in our various summer recreation and enrichment programs! The Teen Volunteer Program has gone digital! Teen Volunteers must fill out an ONLINE application to volunteer, located at shorewoodschools.org, under the Recreation and Community Services Tab. After your application has been submitted and approved, you are able to attend either a Teen Volunteer Orientation in person OR watch a Teen Volunteer Orientation video (NEW!) and complete a short quiz. Upon completion of the orientation, volunteers will be given access to VICnet, an online volunteer information center, where they will be able to sign up for programs in need of volunteers. Teen Volunteers will sign up for programs and log their hours online through their VICnet account.

All volunteers must submit an online application which can be found on the district website at shorewoodschools.org under the Family Resources tab. Within ten business days of submission, you will receive an e-mail with access to VICnet, an online volunteer information center. From the VICnet, you will be able to sign up for District volunteer opportunities and log hours. For more information, please contact Kristin Serpe at (414) 963-6913 x 4 or at KSerpe@shorewood.k12.wi.us.

volunteer coacheS Volunteer coaches are needed for our youth sports leagues. Duties include directing the team’s practice and play during games. Training and resources are provided. This small investment of your time will have a great impact on the children of your team. Coaches are needed for current and future programs in the areas of flag football (fall), basketball (winter), coach pitch baseball (summer) and T-ball (summer). If you are willing to help coach in our programs, contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4, or email Nick at: NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us.

Note: Teen Volunteers will have access to VICnet within three business days of submitting an application, but will be unable to sign up for programs until an orientation has been completed. in Person orientations: ShS conference Rm 116 Day Date Time Monday

May 20

3:30 - 4:00 pm

Tuesday

june 25

2:00 - 2:30 pm

thank You volunteerS! The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department would like to thank the following individuals who have positively impacted our youth through volunteering for the Department. Brian carignan Marc Falkner Tom Gough Mollie Grant julia holmes kevin kane Quinn loucks Ben Meador and Numerous Bright Beginnings Preschool parents and grandparents

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“rounD up” for recreation Rounding up your program fee helps provide financial support to individuals who are unable to afford program fees. If you are rounding up, please put the amount you would like to round up in the in the appropriate box on the registration form. You can donate online by going to Donation For Recreation or with your telephone registration.

Special thankS to thoSe Who contributeD During Winter Spring 2013. You have maDe a Difference! Boutique Blowout Renae Aldana Mara Beldavs Jean Creighton

Yuliya Waldron Brian Waterman Christin Wille Scott Yanoff


mA R k yOuR CA l ENDA R SuMMeR kickoFF PARTy - MoVie iN The PARk

NEW

Join the Recreation Department for a kickoff to Summer 2013! This family friendly event will feature several fun activities including an art station for kids, parachute games, an active game station and an angler education station. This event will give you a preview of many of the fun and engaging children’s activities that the Recreation Department is offering this summer! Don’t forget to bring your blankets! Around 8:00 pm, or as soon as it gets dark, we will be showing the Academy Award winning movie, The Life of Pi (rated PG) at the Lake Bluff Playground. Concessions will be available for purchase. Date: Time: location: Fee:

Saturday, June 15 Activities 6:30 - 8:00 pm Movie to start at approximately 8:15 pm (or when it gets dark) Lake Bluff Playground Rain Location: Lake Bluff Gym FREE

SPRiNG AWAkeNiNG - ShoReWooD hiGh School DRAMA Under the direction of Joe King, Shorewood High School Drama Department presents, Spring Awakening. Spring Awakening is a rock musical adaptation of Frank Wedekind's 1891 expressionist play about the trials and tribulations, and the exhilaration of the teen years. Spring Awakening celebrates the unforgettable journey from youth to adulthood with a power, poignancy, and passion that you will never forget. coNTAiNS MATuRe TheMeS / lANGuAGe: suitable for those high school age and older. For more information go to: shorewooddrama.org or call the Drama Box Office, (414) 963-6940. Performances: ShS Auditorium Friday, May 10 and May 17 at 7:00 pm Saturday, May 11 and May 18 at 7:00 pm Sunday, May 12 and May 19 at 2:00 pm

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ShoReWooD DRAMA juNioR PReSeNTS: ALiCE iN WONDERLAND under the direction of Sara Van Loon & Patrick Spreadbury

Production dates: Friday, July 26 at 1:30 pm & 7:00 pm location: Tickets:

Saturday, July 27 at 7:00 pm Sunday, July 28 at 1:30 pm SHS Auditorium $5

Tickets may be purchased in advance at the Shorewood Recreation Department or at the box office prior to each performance.

Be ouR GueST SeNioR ciTizeN PASS Shorewood Residents, 60+ It is the policy of the Shorewood School Board to make available a Senior Citizen Pass to those individuals living in Shorewood who have reached the age of 60 years. The purpose of the pass is to say “Thank You” to our Senior Citizens who have given such fine support to our schools. This pass entitles the holder and companion to be admitted, without charge to the following School District activities: All Athletic events (except WiAA Tournament Games) Band and orchestra Performances Dramatic Productions (except Spring Musical and AFS Showcase) Get your pass at the Shorewood Recreation Department today!


SuMMeR eNRichMeNT*

P R O G R A m D E S C R I P t I O N S

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RecReATioN DePARTMeNT clASSeS

AcT WoRkShoP Students will gain direct experience with each of the four multiple choice sections of the ACT. They will become familiar with the types of questions they will encounter on the tests as well as learn a variety of strategies to attack those questions. The instructor has 19 years of experience successfully preparing students to take the ACT. This course is for high school juniors and seniors. Page 22 instructor: Fred Silver, Vendor Program ADulT SWiM iNSTRucTioN Participants will gain confidence in the water at their own pace. An instructor will work individually with each participant to work towards their goals. Page 7, 32 All ABouT Me ART NeW During the week we will explore our individuality: what makes us unique, what makes us happy, and what makes us healthy - all while creating self-portraits, drawings, collages and artist journals related to who we are, our personality, and our interests. Children will create one project per day. Page 25 instructor: Anna Grosch ANiMAl ART AND liTeRAcy* Literacy and art go hand in hand in this class. Each class will focus on a different animal story. We will read it as a group, discuss the story elements, and then create an art project related to the story. Stories and projects will vary to cover a wide range of animals and mediums in art. Page 18 instructor: Sara Feider ANiMAl SAFARi ART NeW During this week-long animal safari, we will learn about the many animals of the wild, which animals belong to certain parts of the world and the type of habitats they live in. We will use the animals we find on our safari, as inspiration for creating paintings, drawings, masks, scratch art and more! Children will complete one project per day. Page 26, 27 instructor: Anna Grosch

energy and have the ability to accomplish daily tasks with ease. Page 7, 8, 9 instructor: Jan Mahlberg Certified Arthritis Foundation Exercise Instructor BADMiNToN co-oP Badminton players will be paired with others that have a compatible skill level and play games weekly. Due to the nature of this class, it is recommended that participants play at an intermediate to advanced level. Beginning players are welcome, however, individual instruction may not always be available. Rackets will be furnished or you may bring your own. Shuttlecocks will be provided. The schedule may change depending upon the school calendar. Provide your email address on your registration form to receive information regarding changes in the schedule. High school-aged children are only allowed to sign up with a parent. This course will take place at Whitefish Bay high School Fieldhouse. Page 7, 19 instructor: Doug Kane BABySiTTiNG clASS, AMeRicAN ReD cRoSS This is an ideal course for current and future babysitters that teaches the best way to keep children safe while in their care. Feeding, diapering, safety, professionalism, first-aid, leadership and safe play are some of the topics that will be covered. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle and a snack. Page 20, 25, 29 Instructor: American Red Cross Instructor, Vendor program BAlleT Students will learn the fundamentals of ballet and will work on basic exercises. Be sure to wear fitted, comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle to class. Ballet slippers are recommended. Page 22, 27, 28 instructor: Matt Gillespie BANk oN MATh* NeW Keep your money in your piggy bank! Avoid your own financial “fiscal cliff”! Learn about money saving strategies and goals. Sharpen and review basic skills in computation, problem solving, and math facts. Page 23, 24 instructor: Laureen Zahn

AQuA BooT cAMP This class provides participants with a combination of swimming, strength training and core work both in the water and on the deck. Various exercise sets such as swim sprints (at your own pace) and resistance training will be utilized. Participants must know how to swim as this program is not a water aerobics class. Please bring an exercise mat. Page 6, 7 instructor: Renee Scherck-Meyer Certified AFAA Personal Trainer

BASkeTBAll - jR. GReyhouNDS SuMMeR leAGue These summer basketball leagues are being run as a feeder program to further prepare our youth for basketball when entering high school. Pending registration, we may have talent-based tryouts. This program will require travel to Cedarburg for league games. The earliest game time is 5:30 pm. Each team will play two games per night. Boys entering grade 9 will play in the Mequon Homestead league. Participants from 2012-13 Jr. Greyhounds winter program will receive first consideration for summer league roster. A jersey will be provided for summer games. Registration Deadline: Wednesday, April 3. Page 12

ARThRiTiS eXeRciSe PRoGRAM Using gentle movements and activities designed to increase mobility and range of motion, be prepared to start to feeling better, gain

BASkeTBAll cAMP - GReyhouND BoyS Do you love the sport of basketball or want to give it a try? Sign up for this basketball camp to learn the basic fundamentals as well as

how to become a better basketball player. This camp will cover ballhandling, shooting, team play and defense. We will cover drills that the high school teams run. Become familiar with drills, coaches and the sport during this camp. Sign up today to have fun with friends, become a better basketball player, and be a part of the up and coming Shorewood basketball program. Participants should bring a water bottle. If campers would like to bring their own basketballs, please write your name clearly on it. Page 19 instructor: Phil Jones, SHS Boys Varsity Coach & Players BASkeTBAll FuNDAMeNTAlS* Players will learn and practice basic basketball fundamentals. Dribbling, passing, shooting, lay-ups, and defensive position will be taught. This is a great way to learn basketball FUNdamentals. Page 26, 27 instructor: Gary Brueggemann BoARD GAMe DeSiGN* NeW Do you have a genius idea for a board game? Use your imagination and gaming skills to create a fun activity for your family and friends. On the last day of class, we will have fun playing everyone’s games. Students are encouraged to bring in supplies that may make their game unique. Page 20 instructor: Caley Hildebrand BooT cAMP, kick BoX & coRe A “boot camp” style class that mixes drills of kickboxing, calisthenics, plyometric and core work for a complete cardio-strength workout! If weather is nice, class will meet outside. Participants must be able to run and jump. Page 6, 7 instructor: Joanne Dixon, Certified AFAA Instructor BoWliNG iNSTRucTioN* Come learn the basic fundamentals of bowling. We will “moon-glow” bowl on Thursday. PARTICIPANTS MUST WEAR SOCKS TO BOWL. Page 18, 19 instructor: Gary Brueggemann A “BRAVe” NeW cookiNG clASS* NeW Not everyone can be a princess like Merida - but you can certainly cook like one! In this class we will learn all the great recipes needed to host a fabulous “Brave” luncheon for family and friends. Be prepared to sample traditional Scottish scones and jam, “cursed” chocolate tarts, tea sandwiches and other sweet treats. Participants will learn five great recipes and watch portions of the movie while we enjoy our daily tea break. Together we may create recipes that change your fate! Page 18 instructor: Heather Clancy cARDBoARD BoAT BuilDiNG* An appliance box, some team work and lots of duct tape work together to create a sea-worthy vessel. On the last day of class, we will don our life jackets and head to the water to test our boats out and see who floats and who sinks. Suggested items to save and bring to class: large cardboard pieces, plastic jugs or any items that


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cARDBoARD BoAT BuilDiNG* (coNT.) might help your boat float. However, no styrofoam will be allowed. Page 23 instructor: Caley Hildebrand cARDio STeP This cardio workout involves choreographed, low-impact, and aerobic movements on and off a height-adjustable bench. Page 6, 7 instructor: Joanne Dixon, Certified AFAA Instructor NeW cARTooNS AND coMicS We will explore concepts of art through cartoons, comics, and characters. The course will focus on creating expressive characters, and mini comic. We will also discuss basics of writing a story, visual composition, and strategies for drawing. Students will be applying their creativity to complete a variety projects using markers, pens, and pencils. Page 20, 21 instructor: Eston Bennett cheeRleADiNG FuNDAMeNTAlS Participants will learn a dance and two cheers. A performance will be held on the last day for parents to view. The performance will be Thursday, June 20 at 3:30 pm. Participants will receive a t-shirt. Page 19 instructor: Lonrae Davis & Rebecca Dennis SHS Cheerleading Coaches and SHS Cheerleaders cheSS - BeGiNNeR AND iNTeRMeDiATe co-oP Players will receive a balance of instruction and competitive playing time. Each participant will take part in a five-round tournament, earn a medal and a Wisconsin rating. Students will work toward their pawn, knight and bishop certificates. This course will take place at Nicolet high School. Page 20, 21, 29 instructor: Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff Vendor Program coMMuNiTy eXPloRATioN* This class will allow students with disabilities to participate with their non-disabled peers. Students will use a variety of modes of transportation (county bus, bike, etc) to explore the community of Shorewood and places of interest within a five mile radius. Students will practice social and conversational skills and appreciation for the recreational opportunities available in the Milwaukee area. Page 21, 24, 27 instructor: Betsy Pichette, Julie Sperry cookiNG WiTh BookS: huNGeR GAMeS* NeW You read the book and you saw the movie…but have you cooked the food? True fans of The Hunger Games will love the chance to prepare the same food that Peeta and Katniss describe with delicious details in The Hunger Games. Everything from the carrot soup that Katniss relishes, to District 12 cheese tarts, District 11 ration bread and Mr. Mellark’s cookies. Together we will create five great recipes and watch portions of the movie while we enjoy our feasts. May the odds be ever in your favor!

Page 18, 23 instructor: Heather Clancy NeW cReATe AN ARcADe* Love arcade games? Inspired by “Caine’s Arcade” (YouTube.com), we will be creating our own arcade games using cardboard, tape and your IMAGINATION. Students are encouraged to bring unique items from home for their arcade games. On the last day we will play each other’s games. Page 27, 28 instructor: Caley Hildebrand cReATe youR oWN SToRieS* Do you love to create stories? This class will provide students with the opportunity to develop their writing skills and creativity through creating their own stories. Page 23, 24, 27, 28 instructor: Hayley Lehmann cReATiVe DANce Students will explore new movement concepts, develop dance skills, strengthen the body and brain and interact with others in a fun, positive learning environment! Be sure to wear fitted, comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle to class. Page 18 instructor: Matt Gillespie cReARTiViTy Like color, designs, projects, and getting your creativity going? This program is for you! We will create a variety of projects to keep or give as gifts. Page 20, 21 cReATuRe SeWiNG Be sure to bring your imagination with you! Creatures straight from your imagination will come to life using basic sewing techniques. Page 19, 20 instructor: Sara Feider cReATiVe WRiTiNG* Did you love children's books as a young kid? Well, in Creative Writing you can write your own storybook! You will leave with your great ideas and a true, bound book that you made. Also, you will put your creativity to the challenge in writing a short story. See how fun writing can be in Creative Writing this summer! Page 18 instructor: Spring Irving cRoSS couNTRy, PReSeASoN TRAiNiNG Get a jump start on the competition. This program will teach you about conditioning, form and the strategies that it takes to become a better runner. Page 29 instructor: Dominic Newman, SHS Cross Country Coach cSi - cRiMe SceNe iNVeSTiGAToRS co-oP Do you like solving puzzles? Looking for clues? We are looking for junior sleuths for our exciting Crime Scene Investigation class. Throughout the class you will be learning crime solving techniques, learn to identify hair/powder samples, fingerprints and various evi-

dence left at the crime scene. The last class will end with a class crime scene activity. Which one of your classmates is the suspect in the case? Possibly, maybe...even you!!! This course will take place at lydell community center in Whitefish Bay. Page 25 instructor: Computer Tots Staff, Vendor Program cSi: kiTcheN* NeW Why do some recipes turn out…and others are a disaster? Do you know how yeast works or the easiest way to make your own ice cream? Want to know the secret to making the perfect chocolate chip cookie? Have a craving for super gooey grilled cheese? Using science and observation clues we will get to the bottom of many kitchen mysteries - and make something delicious at every class. Whether you are a budding chef or simply enjoy being creative in the kitchen, this is a summer class you cannot miss! Page 23 instructor: Heather Clancy cuPcAkeS 101 AND cuPcAkeS 102* NeW Do you love watching “The Next Great Baker” or “Cupcake Wars”? It’s time to stop watching and start baking! Starting with cupcake baking, you’ll learn how to create cupcakes that not only look good, but taste good, too! Students will learn basic baking skills, use of decorating tips and bags and start practicing simple designs. Each day students will watch a demonstration and create their own cupcakes to take home and share. Bring your imagination and be ready to get creative! For Cupcakes 101, students will receive decorating tips. *For Cupcakes 102, students must have completed previous cake decorating course through the Recreation Department and should bring the decorating tips received from previous cake decorating or Cupcake 101 class. Page 20, 21 instructor: Heather Clancy DiARy oF A WiMPy kiD: cABiN FeVeR* It's Christmas in July! Come LOL and enjoy the funny events of the sixth book, DWK Cabin Fever by Jeff Kinney. Greg has a plan to make some money for Christmas which leads to damaged school property. Greg is the prime suspect! Snowbound from a blizzard, he is stuck inside with his family for the holidays. What will be his fate? Students should read the book before class begins and remember to bring your book to class. Page 23 instructor: Laureen Zahn DiARy oF A WiMPy kiD: DoG DAyS* No responsibilities, No Rules! Share in the laughter and fun from the recent book series, Diary of a Wimpy Kid Dog Days by Jeff Kinney. Students will enjoy the fun learning creativeness of this class. Students should read the book before class begins and remember to bring your book to class. Come join in on a summer vacation with Greg and his family. Page 27 instructor: Laureen Zahn DiARy oF A WiMPy kiD: The ThiRD Wheel* NeW Love is in the air! Grey reflects upon his life from early birth to growing up and then finding a date for the eighth grade Valentine’s Day


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DiARy oF A WiMPy kiD: The ThiRD Wheel* (coNT.) dance. This story is more about Greg’s silly mishaps than romance. Come share in the adventures of Greg and Rowley in the recent Jeff Kinney DWK series. Students should read the book before class begins and remember to bring your book to class. Page 26 instructor: Laureen Zahn DiGiTAl PhoToGRAPhy & PhoToShoP WiTh NATuRe* NeW Students will become photographers as they capture the beauty of nature through an outdoor adventure photo shoot. They will learn the basics of photoshop and place their nature photos into photoshop to transform them into unique works of art. Students will need to bring their own digital camera to class. The District is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged equipment. Page 26 instructor: Emily Towner DoDGeBAll Learn how to dodge, duck, dip and dive in a game of dodgeball. We will try several variations of dodgeball. This is a great class to sign up with a friend! Page 28 DRAMA juNioR, ShoReWooD* Join us as we rehearse and present the musical “Alice in Wonderland Jr” which is based on the 1951 Disney film. Learn what it takes to put on a show! You will have an opportunity to build the set, create costumes, or perform memorable characters. Participants will help strike the set after the last show. Production dates will be Friday, July 26 @ 1:30 pm and 7:00 pm, Saturday, July 27 @ 7:00 pm, Sunday, July 28 @ 1:30 pm. Page 19 instructor: Sara Van Loon and Patrick Spreadbury DRAWiNG ANiMAlS NeW We will focus on drawing animals from around the world to your back yard. We will focus on capturing action, scale, while exploring our connection with animals. Students will be applying their creativity to complete a variety projects using markers, pens, and pencils. Page 22 instructor: Eston Bennett eXPReSSiVe SuRFAce DeSiGN* Experimenting with techniques both new and ancient, students will learn a variety of dyeing, painting, batik, and stamping techniques on fabric. Students will work on various sample fabric designs as they build their skills in surface design and will apply two or more techniques to a tapestry or wall hanging to keep. Page 25 instructor: Emily Towner

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Page 29 instructor: Lindsay Mueller and Caley Hildebrand eXPloRiNG MATh ThRouGh GAMeS* This class will help teach and solidify important math concepts through playing card, dice and board games. Math is fun! Page 20, 21, 26, 27 instructor: Hayley Lehmann 5k TRAiNiNG PRoGRAM This course is designed for beginning runners that want to work up to a 5K (3.1 miles) and for those who haven’t run in a while and want to begin again. All ability levels are welcome! Along with running workouts, Coach Renee will cover topics such as flexibility and core strength, proper running technique, running shoes, safety, injury prevention, hydration and race day nutrition. This program will culminate with participants completing the Hank Aaron State Trail 5K on Saturday, August 10, 2013. Fee for this course includes your registration fee for the 5K and a race participation t-shirt. Page 7 instructor: Renee Scherck-Meyer Certified AFAA Personal Trainer FABRic ART* NeW Create colorful and soft works of art in a creative atmosphere. Students will experiment with weaving and fabric transformation. Page 26, 27 instructor: Caley Hildebrand FASTPiTch leAGue, GiRlS Interested in playing competitive girls fastpitch? We will have at least 15 games both in Shorewood and traveling around the North Shore area. This league is for the more competitive and committed player. Practice will begin in mid-May and the season will end the last weekend of July. Game and practice dates will vary throughout the season as we play other communities. Games will be played on weekends and weeknights. We will play in at least one weekend tournament. Players must have their own transportation to games, but carpooling is encouraged. Participants will be provided with a jersey, but will be asked to purchase shorts and other uniform items. Pending registration, we may have talent-based tryouts. Page 12 FelT FRieNDS* NeW Learn how to sew! Make dolls, animals and creatures out of felt. Design your own or use the patterns we provide. Page 24 instructor: Lindsay Mueller and Caley Hildebrand FiT PoWeR MiX This class observes the benefits of functional training, and the importance of covering fitness on all levels. From aerobic exercise to strength, power, balance and stability - we’ve got you covered! Page 6, 8 instructor: Jake Wollach, Certified NSCA Personal Trainer FlAG FooTBAll leAGue, FAll PRoGRAM NeW We have revamped the format for our youth flag football program. We will include grades 1 and 2, parent volunteer coaches and instruction from SHS football players. Participants will be placed on

a team that will practice one night per week. Team requests will not be honored. We will play games on Saturday afternoons on the SHS Football Field. Before our games kickoff, SHS players will lead 15 minutes of instruction. Parents who are interested in coaching, please contact Nick at NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us. Page 13, 29 FlAG FooTBAll* This program will teach a variety of football FUNdamentals through flag football. Participants will learn basic skills and play pick-up games. Page 27, 28 instructor: Gary Brueggemann FlooR hockey* Come and have fun playing floor hockey. We will use softer sticks for better control for K4 & K5 kids. Page 25 instructor: Gary Brueggemann FooTBAll cAMP, ShoReWooD - MeSSMeR This camp will be an introduction to football focusing on individual development and team play. Head Shorewood-Messwood football coach Drake Zortman and his high school staff and players will instruct all participants in the fundamentals of the game. The energy and leadership displayed in the fall on Friday nights by the high school coaches and players will be shared continuously throughout the camp with all youth players. All instructors will teach individual techniques and traits that lead to successful team play. There will be individual, group, and team sessions throughout the camp. Participants will be divided by age throughout the camp for appropriate drills. This is a no pad, no contact camp. Participants should bring a water bottle. If campers would like to bring their own footballs, please write your name clearly on it. Page 24 instructor: Drake Zortman, Shorewood-Messmer Football Coach Full BoDy oVeRhAul These classes incorporate weights, bands, cardio and plyometric exercises with a variety of training styles to get a full-body overhaul. Page 6, 7, 8, 9 instructor: Jake Wollach, NSCA - CPT NeW FuTuRe iS DRAWiNG NeAR We will be exploring art through the lens of Sci-Fi and the future. We will create and draw robots, space monsters, machines, and fantastical spaces capes. Students will be applying their creativity to complete a variety projects using markers, pens, and pencils. Page 24, 25 instructor: Eston Bennett Go GReeN! RecycleD jeWelRy MAkiNG* Students will explore the making of jewelry in creative ways as they use various recycled materials to create their own wearable art. Students will “make and take” their creations and learn traditional art techniques along with techniques in jewelry making and how to up-cycle recyclables! Page 23 instructor: Emily Towner


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GooP AND GuNk* NeW Ever wonder what happens when you mix corn starch and water? In this class you will be making slime, goo, potato putty and bouncy balls. Page 22 instructor: Lindsay Mueller and Caley Hildebrand GyMNASTicS cAMP This camp will cover an introduction to gymnastics including the skills of floor exercise, uneven bars and balance beam. Participants will be divided to allow for instruction appropriate to skill level. Page 24 instructor: SHS Gymnastics Team GyMNASTicS iNSTRucTioN This course will cover an introduction to gymnastics including the skills of floor exercise, uneven bars and balance beam. Participants may be divided to allow for instruction appropriate to skill level. Page 19, 25 hiP hoP DANce Come join a high-energy dance class that uses the latest hit music from Justin Bieber, the Jonas Brothers, Selena Gomez and others, blended with movements influenced by Hip-Hop choreographers! Students will learn a new dance each day including freestyle movement. Students will also explore other world dance forms such as African Dance, Salsa, Merengue and Folk Dancing. Be sure to wear fitted, comfortable clothing to class and bring a water bottle. Page 24, 25 instructor: Matt Gillespie hoMe BASe MoRNiNG SuPeRViSioN For description, cost and hours, please see page 14. hoW To eAT A BRoWNie: chilDReN’S eTiQueTTe NeW This course will introduce children to basic etiquette skills and will begin with proper introductions, shaking hands, good posture and showing confidence. We will continue with conversation skills, family etiquette, what the “R” stands for in R.S.V.P; and when and how to write memorable thank you notes. Brownies (no nuts) will be served in the last class when participants will learn how to hold silverware European style. Page 25 instructor: Margery Sinclair, Vendor Program NeW co-oP iNDiAN SAlADS Tired of the same old salads? Want to try something new? Then, this hands-on class is for you. We will make some Indian-inspired salads that are not only nutritious, but are also fun, easy, and food the entire family will enjoy. You will leave the class with recipes, the ability to recreate these at home, and a happy belly. This course will take place at Nicolet high School. Page 7 instructor: Susan Pack, Vendor Program

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story elements, and then create an art project related to the story. Stories and projects will vary to cover a wide range of insects and mediums in art. Page 20 instructor: Sara Feider

may be repeated in each course. Please sign up for only one class. Page 18, 26 instructor: Amanda Kwapil (June) Lindsay Mueller (July)

co-oP iNTo The GARDeN Each morning is filled with interactive, age-appropriate experiments which encourage the exploration of participants to discover how their gardens grow. From the very first seedling to the important roles of the sun and rain, we will learn how plants and flowers sprout and bloom. We will also explore the many insects that inhabit our gardens. Using microscopes specially designed for young children, we will see the different parts of bugs and investigate how they see. This camp is filled with hands-on experiments and cool take-homes including sun visors, fruit prints, bug bracelets and more! Children should bring a snack to camp every day - no peanut products. This course will take place at Richards School in Whitefish Bay. Page 27 instructor: Mad Science Staff, Vendor Program

juNioR GReAT BookS* The Junior Great Books program combines interesting literature with interpretive activities and shared inquiry discussion to help foster reading comprehension. Each term will cover different stories, so students can sign up for one or both terms. Page 21, 24 instructor: Jennifer Cosgrove & Caryn Blegen

“iN-TRAiNiNG” Students will become an employee “in-training” at a worksite in or near Shorewood. Students will learn about the application and interview process, practice and learn appropriate social skills on the job, learn job specific skills, and much more. A job coach will provide daily evaluation with the emphasis on students building natural supports with their co-workers. Both students with and without disabilities are welcome to participate in this class. Students training schedule will be determined on student’s needs and abilities as well as the employee needs. Ms. Gagne will contact each student to determine the student’s individual schedule. The program begins the week of Monday, June 24 and will end by Thursday, August 1. Page 30 instructor: Chris Gagne juMP iNTo 1ST oR 2ND GRADe* NeW Get ready for 1st or 2nd grade by going undercover. Learn what it takes to become a spy or detective and sharpen the skills you will need to master either the 1st or 2nd grade. Practice writing in codes, solve mysteries and play games that will help you become a star student. Page 20, 22, 23 instructor: Lindsay Mueller juMP iNTo k4* Students should be enrolled in a K4 program for the fall. The class will focus on letter and number skills as well as social skill development and opportunities. lessons may be repeated in each course. Please sign up for only one class. Page 18, 26 instructor: Julia Montgomery juMP iNTo k5* Students will have the opportunity to participate in lessons that involve reading, writing and mathematics by revisiting essential concepts and skills. Students will be participating in fun and creative activities while having fun and socializing with each other. lessons

co-oP juNioR ScieNTiSTS 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 fingerprints, money, live (unharmed) insects and many other fascinating topics. They will create slides, movies and other science goodies. This course will take place at lydell community center in Whitefish Bay. Page 25 instructor: Computer Tots Staff, Vendor Program keTTle Bell 30 NeW This class will incorporate a variety of kettle bell exercises to challenge your entire body. Kettle bells allow for new movements so it will work new muscle groups. Please bring a kettle bell of your desired weight to class. Page 8 instructor: Neal Schuster, ACE - CPT keyBoARDiNG* NeW This class will focus on teaching basic keyboarding skills, learning the functions of the keyboard and improving your keyboarding speed. Page 22 instructor: Kati Ellis kiDS cluB For description, cost and hours, please see page 15 - 17. co-oP k’NeX/leGo ciTy Students work with friends using K’Nex systems to build motorized models such as a 5-foot tall roller coaster, moving dinosaurs, an amusement park swing ride, swing bridge and various smaller projects. They’ll learn basic physics (potential energy) and simple programming to operate their models in direct and automatic modes. Lego City Builders will also be available during class. Students learn Lego building techniques as they design their own structures such as skyscrapers, fire stations, schools, bridges, houses and more. This course will take place at lydell community center in Whitefish Bay. Page 21 instructor: Computer Tots Staff, Vendor Program lAcRoSSe, BoyS Lacrosse is a fast, physical, contact sport that combines aspects of soccer, hockey and basketball. This program will provide


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lAcRoSSe, BoyS (coNT.) instruction (skills and drills) and will include small-sided, minimal contact scrimmages. All lacrosse equipment (gloves, elbow and shoulder pads, helmets and sticks) will be provided if needed. Players must bring a mouth guard. Cleats are recommended. This is a great opportunity for kids who are new to the sport to give it a try. Come out and play this sport that Sports Illustrated calls the “Fastest Growing Sport in the US”, plus have fun with friends. Players may participate on this team if they are new players who live in Shorewood, Milwaukee or WFB residents that live south of Henry Clay Street or played for the Shorewood Rec. Dept. in spring 2012. Page 21 instructor: Kevin Kane liFeGuARD TRAiNiNG, AMeRicAN ReD cRoSS Are you interested in becoming a lifeguard? You will learn concepts of responsibility, work ethic, leadership and approachability that will prepare you for a job as a lifeguard. The American Red Cross Lifeguard course will cover the knowledge and skills to get your Lifeguard, CPR/AED and First Aid Certifications. Successful completion of the course earns you a 2-year certification in Lifeguarding/First Aid and CPR/AED. Attendance is mandatory. Certification is not guaranteed. There is a mandatory pretest on the first day of class. Page 7, 18 instructor: Amy Johnson American Red Cross Certified Lifeguarding Instructor Vendor Program liTeRATuRe ciRcle* NeW Literature Circle is a discussion-based book club. We will read novels, “True Diary”, “Boy”, and “Stars”, throughout the summer and discuss plot, characters, symbolism, and theme, while making meaningful connections to our lives. Each of the novels will focus on teenage protagonists, and discuss conflicts in relationships, schools, families, and communities. Sign up for one, two or all three classes. Students should bring their own book to class. No need to read the book prior to the class. Students will be assigned reading during the class. Page 18, 23, 26 instructor: Danielle Borkowski MAke youR oWN coMic Book* NeW Learn the basics of comic book making. Create your own characters, plot, and format. Students are encouraged to brainstorm ideas about their comic book before coming to the first class. Page 23, 25 instructor: Caley Hildebrand MAGic - iNTRoDucTioN To Professional magician Glen Gerard teaches stunning magic tricks that you can perform with items found around the house. Students will learn sleight of hand and misdirection, and showmanship. Fool your friends and family with magic and be a hit at any event. Page 22 instructor: Glen Gerard, Vendor Program

co-oP MARTiAl ARTS cluB - youNG AMeRicAN 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 selfdiscipline. This course will take place at the lydell community center Gym in Whitefish Bay. Page 24 instructor: Phil Sauer, Vendor Program MARVelouS MASkS* NeW Have you ever wanted to be somebody or something else for the day? Learn the process of paper mache mask-making. Page 27 instructor: Lindsay Mueller and Caley Hildebrand MiDGeTS BASeBAll Players will pick their own teams and play scheduled games against each other throughout the summer. A t-shirt will be provided, please state size on registration form. Page 20 instructor: John Doherty NeW MiNi MuRAlS Children will design, layout, and create a mini mural masterpiece of the subject of their choice. Please come to the first day of the program with an idea of something you would like to draw (such as a favorite sport, a favorite cartoon, a character from a movie, an animal or a place that you like to visit, to name a few). You may also want to bring a picture for inspiration and reference (highly recommended but not required). Page 29 instructor: Anna Grosch MiNoRS BASeBAll Players will pick their own teams and play scheduled games against each other throughout the summer. A t-shirt will be provided, please state size on registration form. Page 21 instructor: John Doherty MuScle FiTNeSS This 30-minute workout is designed to strengthen and tone all major muscle groups, as well as improve your core and balance using personal resistance, weights, bands and resist-a-balls. For safety purposes, we ask that you warm-up before coming into the class. Bring an exercise mat. Page 6, 7, 8 instructor: Joanne Dixon, Certified AFAA Instructor MySTeRy MATh* Sharpen your skills in math by learning these life skills. Each day a fun mystery skill in math will be revealed. The students will use math manipulative for activities in the areas of geometry, estimation, problem solving/money, and basic math facts (addition, subtraction, and multiplication). Page 26 instructor: Laureen Zahn

NATuRe DRAWiNG NeW We will be drawing all things nature, from mountains to oceans and everything in between. The class will focus on creating fictional landscapes as well as rendering from real life. We will also look at how landscapes have been portrayed internationally throughout time. Students will be applying their creativity to complete a variety projects using markers, pens, and pencils. Page 23, 24 instructor: Eston Bennett ouTDooR ART* NeW No experience is needed to enjoy fun and creative art projects that focus on the world around us. We will create works you are proud of by using various techniques and unique ways of looking at our natural environment and city. Page 22 instructor: Caley Hildebrand PADDle / kAyAk, DoWNToWN eVeNiNG & MoRNiNG Tough day or week at work? Then slow down and join us for a relaxing evening or morning paddle. This is the perfect slowdown from a hard day with this relaxing trip. We will paddle down the Milwaukee River as the sun sets or rises over the downtown area. This is a wonderful opportunity to see the city from a totally unique perspective. Kayaks, paddles and lifejackets will be provided. Please bring a bottle of water or drink of your choice – no glass bottles, please. Page 8, 9, 23, 24, 28, 29 instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program PeRFoRMiNG ARTS WoRkShoP NeW This class combines activities in acting, basic guitar playing and drumming. Students will rotate to each activity daily. Instruments will be provided. However, if you will be bringing your own, please let the Recreation Department know. Drumming: This class will teach basic techniques for playing West African influenced drumming. This is not a drum set class. It is primarily hand drumming. Beginning Guitar: This class will cover the basic elements of guitar playing including proper sitting position and correct uses of the left and right hands. introduction to Acting: Students will be introduced to different aspects in becoming an Actor. Each day we will focus on a different technique, which will in the end form a complete practice. Page 27 instructor: Liisa Church (Drumming), Ian Tuski (Guitar), Amanda Hull (Acting) PiANo leSSoNS Have you always wanted to learn piano? Do you need to “brush up” on your skills? Come work one-on-one with instructor, Olga Volodarskaya. Lessons will be held between 3:00 and 8:00 pm. Instructor will contact you after signup and schedule your time slot. Makeup lessons will be scheduled with the instructor. length 30 min. 45 min.

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RecycleD AND FouND MATeRiAlS iN STuDio ART* NeW Students will create original works of art by combining traditional media with found materials. Students will learn the many different ways professional artists incorporate found materials into their art. Page 29 instructor: Caley Hildebrand

RoAMeR The RoBoT, BeeBoT AND FRieNDS co-oP Come explore LOGO programming with Roamer the Robot and Friends. LOGO programming 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, and angles with more fun surprises along the way. Wait until 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. This course will take place at the lydell community center in Whitefish Bay. Page 21 instructor: Computer Tots Staff, Vendor Program NeW 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. The team will be taught by experienced and knowledgeable coaches with a focus on: Skill and strength development, communication and safety, mental strategy, movement and environmental stewardship. 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. Page 24 instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program RockeTRy* Explore the basics of rocketry through a series of hands on activities. Each student will build a rocket and launch a small solid fuel rocket on the last day of class. Page 21, 24, 25, 27, 28 instructor: Mike Roberts ScieNce eXPloRATioNS co-oP Mad Science invites you to discover claws, codes and constellations with our exciting Science Explorations Camp. Campers will learn all about pollution and what it does to our planet. Determine what big problems a little pollution can cause with a lake in a bottle. Unearth pollution solutions and other ways to help our planet. Bake nachos with solar power and make your own recycled paper. We’ll also jump right into the science behind sports. Test what your toes have to do with tennis and what your feet have to do with football. We’ll also have a space day and blast off with science as you launch a water rocket! Children should bring a snack to camp every day - no peanut products. This course will take place at Richards School in Whitefish Bay. Page 29 instructor: Mad Science Staff, Vendor Program co-oP SecReT AGeNT lAB Our team of scientists have been working overtime to develop brand new “top secret” activities. Campers will join the Mad Science Bureau of Investigations to sniff out forgeries and counterfeits! They will use scientific methods to reconstruct events and foil a burglary using state of the art security methods. Use spy gadgets to help with breaking codes and discovering clues, while checking out a crime scene from the view of a detective. Kids will love taking

home their Detective Kit to sleuth at home. Children will be separated by age, based upon enrollment. Children should bring their lunch to camp every day - no peanut products. This course will take place at Richards School in Whitefish Bay. Page 30 instructor: Mad Science Staff, Vendor Program SeNioR STReNGTh WiTh BAlANce AND FleXiBiliTy Using bands and light weights to strengthen various muscle groups, the class will also focus on movements that enhance balance and flexibility. Page 6, 8 instructor: Elizabeth Klijnsmit, Certified NETA Instructor SeTTle The NeW WoRlD!* NeW Do you have what it takes to settle the New World? You’ll be challenged by an unfamiliar landscape, new cultures, brutal weather, starvation, disease, and maybe even pirates. We will work together to design and play a cooperative social studies simulation where you take on the roles of colonists trying to start a successful colony. Use critical thinking, collaboration, math, and communication skills to make tough decisions that will impact your colony’s survival. Page 21 instructor: Sachin Pandya SeWiNG , eVeRyDAy leVel 1 NeW co-oP Bring in your home machine and let’s learn to make it work for you. We’ll learn your machine’s basic threading and try a variety of stitches while we make a couple of basic home projects. We’ll use zig-zag stitching, blind hemming and create a button hole when we make an accessory bag. We’ll learn principles of cutting and practice our basic stitching by making a reversible tote bag in your choice of fabrics. We’ll make a jewelry roll with bias binding and an apron project that incorporates techniques of basic garment construction. Participants will need to purchase fabric for projects. Instructions and yardage guidelines will be discussed during the first class. Class outline can be found on the Whitefish Bay Recreation Department’s website at: wfbschools.com. This course will take place at the lydell community center in Whitefish Bay. Page 8 instructor: Sandy Saltztein SeWiNG, eVeRyDAy NeW co-oP SkiRT AND ToTe FoR MoMS AND DAuGhTeRS Bring in your home machine and learn the fundamentals of sewing together in this variation of the Everyday Sewing class. Moms and daughters will learn the basics of cutting and construction as we create an elastic-waist skirt and a tote bag for each of you. Instructions and yardage guidelines will be discussed during the first class. The fee is for both mother and daughter. Please contact Shorewood Recreation to give name of 2nd participant. Class outline can be found on the Whitefish Bay Recreation Department’s website at:wfbschools.com. This course will take place at the lydell community center in Whitefish Bay. Page 8, 24 instructor: Sandy Saltztein ShS PeeR MeNToR TRAiNiNG* NeW Are you dependable, enthusiastic, responsible, honest, get passing grades and like to help others? The Peer Mentor Program may be


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ShS PeeR MeNToR TRAiNiNG* (coNT.) just the thing for you. The SHS Peer Mentor Program provides upper classmen the opportunity to work with transfer students and incoming freshmen on academic, personal, social, and transitional issues. Peer Mentors must turn in an application to with the SHS Student Support Office or the Shorewood Recreation Department and complete one of the training sessions. Applications can be found on the SHS Website on the Student Support Services page. Mentors lead group sessions with freshmen beginning the first week of school and continue through the first quarter. As group sessions end, freshmen still struggling at SHS will continue to meet individually with their mentor throughout the school year to help address issues, learn how to make positive decisions, and/or receive help with the academic stressors (i.e., organization, homework completion, time management, etc.) of transitioning to a new school. Page 18, 30 instructor: Mandy Kluck SocceR cAMP Participate in drills and games that will teach a variety of the fundamentals of soccer. Page 30 instructor: Andy Baisch, Shorewood Varsity Boys Soccer Coach & Players SocceR iNSTRucTioN* Participate in drills and games that will teach the fundamentals of soccer. Page 23, 24 instructor: Gary Brueggemann SociAl SkillS* NeW This is a summer program that focuses on children’s social skills. The design of the program is to be engaging, fun, and interactive for students. Some of the concepts discussed will be: friendship skills, conversation skills, how to host a play date, how to handle bullying or teasing situations, the value of honesty, the importance of sharing, and much more. These skills will be taught through role-play, discussion, board games, arts and crafts, and outdoor games. Please only sign up for one term as the material will be repeated. Page 18, 19, 23, 24, 26, 27 instructor: Meghan Cook Sock MoNkey SeWiNG Socks, stuffing, and some stitches-that's all it takes! You might know these favorites from your toy box, but after this week, you will know how to create your own family of sock monkeys! Page 18, 21 instructor: Sara Feider

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SPoRTS SAMPleR* Students will participate in a different sport each day. Page 23, 29 instructor: Gary Brueggemann STeP & SculPT This class will be using step for the cardio portion of the class and toning movements utilizing exercise tubs, weights, bars and fitness balls. Abdominal training included. This class consists of a warmup, cardio workout, toning movements and a final stretch portion. Bring and exercise mat. Page 6, 8 instructor: Joanne Dixon, Certified AFAA Instructor STRoNG & FiT iNDooR / ouTDooR BooT cAMP This class uses a combination of the indoors and outdoors to provide a full body workout. Participants will use free weights and one’s own body weight with short bursts of cardio to tone and burn fat. Page 6, 8 instructor: Renee Scherck-Meyer Certified AFAA Personal Trainer SuMMeR ADVeNTuRe cAMP This five-day program offers 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 (except bike and helmet) will be provided. Items to bring daily: Small back pack, snacks, bug spray, drink in plastic container, towel and sunscreen. Additional items to bring are in italics below the activity. This program is weather permitting. Please call Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises to check the status of the program at (414) 263-4877 or (414) 202-3684. Monday Activity: Kayaking/Canoeing Location: Drop off at Kletzch Park and Pick up at Lincoln Picnic Area #5 Bring towel and clothes to get wet in. Tuesday Activity: Biking Location: Lydell Community Center Bring your own bike and helmet Wednesday Activity: Kayaking/Canoeing Location: Drop off at Kletzch Park and Pick up at Lincoln Picnic Area #5 Bring towel and clothes to get wet in. Thursday Activity: Rock Climbing Location: Belleview & Newhall Wear loose fitting clothes and sturdy shoes. Friday Activity: Cookout Location: TBA Page 20, 25, 28, 29 instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program

SuMMeR BAND* Drum roll please! Students will have the opportunity to perform fun and exciting music and improve on their instrument during the Shorewood Summer Band Program. The Intermediate Band will have a final public performance at Bayshore Mall Town Center concert series on Friday, July 26th at noon. During the final week of July 23 - 26, Beginner Band classes will also meet for a full band rehearsal time of 12:15 - 12:50 pm. Elementary 1st Year Beginner Band lessons - Grade 4 -6: NO previous experience in band. Intermediate Level Band - Gr 6 - 8: Students with 1-3 years of experience in band. Page 23, 24 instructor: Justin Olson SuMMeR STRiNGS* Students who have never played a string instrument before are invited to learn how to play the violin, viola, cello or bass in one of the beginning classes. Students with experience may continue to refine their individual and group performance skills by participating in the Elementary Orchestra class. A final performance will be held on Thursday, August 14 at 7:00 pm in the SHS Auditorium. An informational meeting for all beginners and their parents is scheduled for Monday, June 10th at 7:00 pm in the SHS Orchestra Room. Please plan on attending this meeting to receive important information regarding instrument rental and the Shorewood Orchestra Program. A t-shirt will be provided for students participating in the concert. Please indicate your t-shirt size and your instrument when registering. Page 26, 27 instructor: Melissa Honigman & Julie Nolan SuMMeRTiMe FuN WiTh ART NeW Children will create fun, interactive art projects exploding with color. Projects will be made from everyday objects that are transformed with the help of some imagination and creativity. Projects will include making bubble wands, paper mosaics, tie-dye window art and kaleidoscopes. Children will complete one art project per day. Page 22, 23, 24 instructor: Anna Grosch T-BAll AND coAch PiTch BASeBAll PRoGRAMS T-Ball games will be played on Saturday at 10 or 11 am and Coach Pitch games will be played at 12 pm or 1 pm beginning June 1 and will end July 27. Practices will be arranged by volunteer coaches and will begin mid-May. Players’ parents who coach will have their child on their team. We will accept a maximum of 3 coaches per team. Players will receive a T-shirt. If you know a night that will not work for practice, please indicate that to the Rec. Dept. Players will be assigned to each team at random. Player requests will not behonored. Parents who are interested in coaching, please contact Nick at NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us. Grade indicated is as of the 2013-2014 school year. Page 12 TABle TeNNiS Learn the forehand, backhand and the fundamentals involved in the game of table tennis. Page 29 instructor: TJ Wang & Shorewood Table Tennis Club Members


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Friday Activity: Canoeing Location: Crawfish River Page 30 instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program

TeNNiS - iNTeRMeDiATe Further develop your tennis skills and learn the basics of the volley, lob, over-head and other specialty shots with safe abbreviated motions. Page 19, 22, 25, 28

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TeNNiS - PAReNT/chilD - ADVANceD BeGiNNeR Come learn tennis with your child(ren). Further develop your tennis skills and learn the basics of the volley, lob, over-head and other

specialty shots with safe abbreviated motions. Fee is per participant. Page 7, 19 instructor: Jim Mileham TeNNiS - PAReNT/chilD BeGiNNeR Come learn tennis with your child(ren). Learn the basics of forehand, backhand, volley and serve. Little to no experience is necessary for participants. Fee is per participant. Page 7, 19 instructor: Jim Mileham TeNNiS - PeeWee Interested in tennis but haven't ever tried it? Start with Pee Wee Tennis to see if you enjoy it. We will provide racquets for those who do not have them. Page 18, 22, 25, 27 TeNNiS - PRiVATe leSSoNS These classes are based on individual lessons. If there is inclement weather, there will be a makeup lesson on Friday. If you are signing up for more than one child for private lessons for the same course number, add $25 for a second child and $20 for the third child. If you wish to register for a semi private lesson online, register the first child, and then call our office to add the second/third child for the reduced fee. Page 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 27, 29 TiNy TuMBleRS This course will introduce children to gymnastics. Participants will become comfortable with their body and trying new and challenging movements. Age 2-3 participants must have an adult that actively participates in the class. Page 18, 19, 25 TiNy TykeS This program provides an opportunity to meet new friends through a variety of exciting activities. Students will participate in storytelling, music, games, playground activities and much more. All participants MUST be toilet trained. Page 18, 23 instructor: Teresa Freding and Mary Wallner - Lake Bluff Julia Montgomery - Atwater ToTAl BoDy coNDiTioNiNG Using a variety of equipment, this strength training class targets major muscle groups for the total body workout. Abdominal exercises are always included. This is a great way to increase your metabolism, burn fat and get a great workout! Please bring an exercise mat. Page 6, 8 instructor: Elizabeth Klijnsmit, Certified NETA Instructor uPcycliNG ART: MAkiNG PAPeR AND RAG RuG* NeW What can you do with scraps of paper and old bed sheets? Make awesome paper and a rag rug made out of bed sheets! Bring an old bed sheet, any style, color or size. Page 25 instructor: Lindsay Mueller and Caley Hildebrand


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ulTiMATe FRiSBee This camp will offer a chance to learn skill sets in ultimate Frisbee. We will participate in basic fundamentals such as 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. Page 20 instructor: UWM Ultimate Frisbee Team Members Voice leSSoNS Are you interested in becoming a better singer? If so, private voice lessons are for you. Learn from mezzo-soprano, Colleen Brooks. Lessons are 30 minutes and will focus on teaching classical vocal technique for all singing styles, including classical, Music Theater, jazz and pop. Dr. Brooks has been an artist in residence with San Francisco Opera and Florentine Opera (Milwaukee). One makeup date will be allowed for planned excused absences. Page 21 instructor: Dr. Colleen Brooks VolcANoeS* NeW Learn about volcanoes past and present! Which ones are still active? Then make one and find out what you can use to make it erupt! Page 21 instructor: Lindsay Mueller and Caley Hildebrand VolleyBAll cAMP GReyhouND BoyS Boys who would love to learn the basic fundamentals of passing, setting, hitting and serving are invited to register. Build your skills in a fun, yet challenging setting. Whether you love the sport of volleyball or you just want to learn more, this camp is for you. Some previous experience or intentions of playing in high school may be helpful for grades 7 -10. Page 18 instructor: Brian Rushmer Germantown Varsity Boys Volleyball Coach VolleyBAll cAMP, GReyhouND GiRlS This camp is open to all girls entering grades 4-9 that have interest in playing volleyball. It will cover all of the basic fundamentals of volleyball as well as emphasize specific skills for each position. This camp will place campers into smaller groups each day with other girls of similar skills and ability for more specific coaching from the staff. This camp will be run by Shorewood High schools girls volleyball coaching staff and varsity volleyball players. All girls that have interest in volleyball are encouraged to sign up. Page 25 instructor: Ryan Roessler, SHS Volleyball Coach VolleyBAll - coeD oPeN Teams will be formed on site. We will split the courts if necessary. Please bring a light and dark colored shirt. Ages 18 - Adult. Page 7

WATeR GAMeS Get ready to have some fun in the pool! Our instructors will bring all their wacky and wild pool games for a week of wet fun! Participants will play classic pool games such as “chop, chop timber” and “Marco Polo” and will also try a handful of new games and water activities! Page 27, 28

Zumba utilizes the principles of fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning and total body toning. It is a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps. Page 6, 8 instructor: Michelle Miller, Certified Zumba Instructor (Tues) Katie Rhyme, Certified Zumba Instructor (Thurs)

co-oP WATeR SAFeTy iNSTRucToR, AMeRicAN ReD cRoSS This course certifies students to teach Red Cross Swimming classes. To be certified as a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor the student must do the following: Successfully complete the precourse requirements, attend and successfully participate in all course sessions, successfully complete the required number of practice-teaching assignments, and score at least 80% on the final instructor course written exam. Students must also demonstrate throughout the course that they are mature and responsible. Prerequisite: Must be 16 years old by June 22, 2013; swim 25 yards front crawl, back crawl, sidestroke, breaststroke, elementary backstroke, and 15 yards butterfly; back float or scull for 1 minute in deep water; and tread water for 1 minute. This course will take place at Mequon city Pool. Page 7, 18 instructor: Mequon Aquatics Staff, Vendor Program

NeW zuMBAToMic Zumba is now available for kids. Zumbatomic classes are high-energy fitness parties that increase focus and self-confidence, boost metabolism and improve coordination. Participants will learn choreographed routines to the latest music, like hip-hop, reggaeton and cumbia. Come join this dance party for kids! Page 18 instructor: Laura Lopez Certified Zumba and Zumbatomic Instructor

WelcoMe To SiS* Are you starting Shorewood Intermediate School in the fall? Or are you new to the Shorewood School District and entering 7th or 8th grade? If you are you will not want to miss this great opportunity to explore the halls of your new school! Organizational hints, tours, and helpful “need to know tips”, will give you a jump start on everything you need to know to survive your first year at SIS. Come and learn about everything Shorewood Intermediate has to offer. Page 25 instructor: Kati Ellis yoGA, chilDReN’S Through fun games and activities, children will learn yoga postures, breathing and yes- meditation! We will release energy through action and experience calm by the end of class. This is a drop-off class, no parents in class please. Bring a yoga mat. Page 19 instructor: Rosie Sheinbein Certified Yoga Alliance ERYT-200, RMT yoGA, GeNTle hAThA This course is instructed at a relaxed pace and is great for beginners and those with physical limitations. The class focuses on holistic Hatha Yoga which strengthens, heals and aligns the body, mind and spirit. Class begins early in the morning to bless the day with love and light. Please bring a yoga mat, blanket and water bottle. Page 6, 7 instructor: Rosie Sheinbein Certified Yoga Alliance ERYT-200, RMT zuMBA Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International music and dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting and effective fitness system. The routines feature aerobic fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body.

co-oP PRoGRAM coNTAcT iNFoRMATioN If you have any specific questions concerning co-op programs, please contact the appropriate Recreation Department. For your convenience, contact information and addresses are listed below. Mequon Recreation Department / Mequon City Pool 11333 N Cedarburg Rd. Mequon, WI 53092 (262) 236-2918 ci.mequon.wi.us Nicolet Recreation Department Nicolet High School 6701 North Jean Nicolet Road Glendale, WI 53217 (414) 351-7566 nicolet.k12.wi.us Whitefish Bay Recreation Department Lydell Community Center 5205 N Lydell Avenue Whitefish Bay, WI 53217 (414) 963-3947 wfbschools.com

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1. A MeSSAGe To PAReNTS For all programs, age and grade requirement will be as of the first day of the class, unless otherwise specified. Please only register your child in the class when he/she meets the requirements. All age and grade requirements are set to benefit the child and make instruction consistent for the instructor. In some instances, the requirements have been set for the child’s safety. 2. SPeciAl NoTice To PAReNTS oF youTh PRoGRAM PARTiciPANTS Parents are reminded to pick their children up at the completion time listed for the activity they are participating in. Recreation staff are not responsible for participants once their class is completed (they are not paid to wait for parents who are late in picking up their children.) We also ask parents to stress to their children that when they are in a school building, they should go directly to their program activity area and not wander around the building. We do not wish to lose our privilege to utilize these facilities because of particpants being where they should not be. Your cooperation with this is greatly appreciated. 3. DiSRuPTiVe PARTiciPANTS During the course of our programs, there have been times that disruptive participants have impacted our classes. Our instructors try to work with these participants; however, sometimes the behavior becomes such that it impacts the ability of the other students to learn, of the instructor to teach, or provide a safe learning environment. The following procedure will be in effect if problems occur: 1. Verbal contact between instructor and program participant and/or parent. 2. Verbal contact between the Recreation Department and program participant and/or parent. 3. Reoccurance following these conversations will result in removal from the program. There will be no refund of fees for individuals removed from programs due to disruptive behavior. The determination of program offering depends on the number of registered participants.

be required prior to participation in the program. Reduced program fees are not granted after the registration has been processed. The Shorewood Recreation Department reserves the right to deny participants request for reduced program fees. Program fees may be reduced by the following: Cost of Class Up to $10 $10.01 to $29.99 $30 and above

Discount on Program Fees Minimum payment $5 $5 discount $10 discount

Programs that do not qualify for a discount rate include vendor programs, field trips, co-op programs, activity nights and summer enrichment. The Recreation Department does not want to exclude any Shorewood Public School student or a student that lives in Shorewood who may be unable to participate due to financial hardship. If a family is unable to pay the entire youth program fee, the parent/guardian should contact the Department in writing and arrangements may be made so that the youth is able to participate at a further reduced program fee. The Recreation Department does offer payment plan options. 6. cANcelleD clASSeS All programs are subject to change. Programs will be subject to cancellation should low attendance warrant such a decision. There may be times classes need to be cancelled due to weather, facility scheduling, etc. We will attempt to reschedule the class, however, if we are unable to make up the class, there will be NO REFUNDS or credit give for class cancellations. For program closing due to inclement weather, or other reasons, call (414) 963-6913 x 3 or check the website at: shorewoodschools.org. 7. ShARiNG oF PeRSoNAl iNFoRMATioN The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department requires personal information from each participant on the registration form. The information provided to us by each individual is used solely for the purpose of participating in Shorewood Recreation programs. The Shorewood Recreation Department will not share participant’s information with outside parties.

4. oN-SiTe ReGiSTRATioN Instructors will not accept registration or payment at the class site. All registration transactions must be completed at the Recreation Department or Fitness Center at least three business days prior to the class beginning or an administrative late fee will be assessed.

8. lATe Fee ReGiSTRATioN All program registrations must occur two business days prior to classes starting, or by the sign-up deadline. A $10 late fee will be assessed if we receive your registration after these two days or the deadline. Please register early.

5. ReDuce/WAiVeR oF FeeS The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department recognizes that some of the residents of the Village of Shorewood may require financial assistance to participate in recreation programs. If your child attends Shorewood Public Schools and has qualified for Shorewood’s Nutritional Services Free and Reduced Meal Program, the student and their family members may receive the reduced program fees as listed below. Please indicate your participation in the Shorewood Nutritional Services Free and Reduced Meal Program on your registration form. If you live in the Village of Shorewood, you may qualify for reduced program fees. Please complete a reduced program fee form and return the form to the Shorewood Recreation Department. The Recreation Department will notify you regarding your eligibility to receive the reduced program fees as listed below within two (2) business days after receiving your application. Upon approval of your request, payment will

9. ReFuND PRoceDuRe Full refunds will not be issued unless a program is cancelled by the Recreation Department. 10. ReTuRNeD checkS There will be a $25 service fee on all returned checks. 11. cAN i DRoP A clASS AFTeR iT STARTeD? You are important to us! The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department is committed to excellence by providing high quality programs and services. If you or a family member are not satisfied with a class, program or service offered by the Department, please let us know prior to the start of the third class. in order to receive a pro-rated credit you must notify our office prior to the 3rd class. After the 3rd class has met, a credit for that class will not be issued. The credit expires two years from the date of issue.

12. VeNDoR PRoGRAM As indicated next to the individual program and in the program description, these classes are contracted out by private businesses for the Recreation Department. We are unable to give a credit five business days before the start of the class. 13. Fee FoR TRANSFeRRiNG oR DRoPPiNG A clASS BeFoRe iT STARTS You may drop or transfer a class before it starts without penalty if completed at least two business days prior to the class beginning. A $10 fee per registration will be assessed if we do not receive this notice. You will receive credit for dropping a class. 14. PAyMeNT PlAN Payment plans are available for those people that sign up for more than $200 worth of program fees. Please contact the Recreation Department for more information at (414) 963-6913 x 4. 15. iNcleMeNT WeATheR cANcellATioNS Outdoor programs will be cancelled when the weather is inclement or fields are not playable. Please call the information line, (414) 963-6913 x 3, to determine if a program is cancelled. 16. WAiTiNG liSTS If classes are filled when you enroll, please request to be placed on a waiting list, or opt for it online. If there are any cancellations or new classes opened, you will be notified and permitted to register for them. No names are put on a waiting list after the first class has met. Please do not attend the class if you are on a waiting list. Payment is not accepted for waiting list. 17. SMokiNG/Alcohol uSe Policy The use of all tobacco products or drinking of alcoholic beverages on all School District premises is prohibited by state law. 18. RouND-uP FoR RecReATioN Rounding up your program fee helps provide financial support to individuals who are unable to afford program fees. If you are rounding up, please put the amount you would like to round up in the in the appropriate box on the registration form. You can donate online by going to Donation For Recreation or with your phone registration. 19. SAy cheeSe! For program promotion, photographs may be taken of participants from time to time. If you do not wish to have your photo taken, please notify the photographer and/or class instructor. 20. RecReATioN BulleTiN SuBScRiPTioN Residents of Shorewood will continue to receive our bulletin from the post office. For a fee of $6 per year, we will mail the three seasonal bulletins to your home. Please indicate subscriber on your registration form and include your payment. 21. A GReAT GiFT iDeA - GiFT ceRTiFicATe Do you have a friend or family member who has everything? The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Gift Certificates are available in any amount and can be used toward any program offered in the Recreation bulletin. Contact us for more information.


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22. Do you WANT To WoRk FoR uS? Do you have a skill, talent, or knowledge you would like to share through the Recreation Department? Contact us for a program proposal form or go on-line to the School District website: shorewoodschools.org. 23. eMPloyMeNT oPPoRTuNiTieS Applications are being accepted for job opportunities including lifeguards, swim instructors, aerobic and water aerobic instructors, sports instructors, arts and crafts specialists, and fitness instructors. Applications can be downloaded from the District website: shorewoodschools.org. 24. hoSPiTAl/MeDicAl iNSuRANce The School District of Shorewood does not provide hospital/medical insurance coverage for people participating in sponsored activities. 25. TyPo, huMAN eRRoR, We GooFeD...!? Occasionally there may be an error in days, times, registration requirement or fees in the bulletin. When such an error occurs, our staff will do everything possible to correct the situation promptly. We thank you for your patience and understanding. 26. ShoReWooD RecReATioN ADViSoRy coMMiTTee A special thank you to the individuals who are serving on the 20122013 Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Advisory Committee.

jennifer Anderson cheryl Andres Fred Gayle carol Gosse Alandria Gladney Mary jo McDonald Ann Mckaig Maggie Reeve Barbara Weber If you are interested in serving on the Recreation Advisory Committee, please contact the Recreation Department at 963-6913 x 4.

30. DoGS ARe NoT AlloWeD oN School DiSTRicT GRouNDS. 31. coMMuNiTy SWiM ScheDuleS Pool schedules are subject to change at a moment’s notice. Each sign that is posted is dated. To find out what the pool schedule is for the day, call the pool hotline at (414) 963-6913 x 1 or visit our website: shorewoodschools.org. 32. oNliNe ReGiSTRATioN Just follow these quick steps to register online:  Go to shorewoodrecreation.org  Log in (forgot password, or unsure if you have an account please call our office).  Type in search window (upper right corner) course #, or keyword for the class you are interested in.  Select the class you would like by clicking on the appropriate class.  After reading through the description and you decide you would like the class, then click “ADD TO CART”  Select appropriate family member(s), then click “NEXT”, then “FINISH”.  You can either click “CONTINUE SHOPPING” to choose more classes or you can click “CHECKOUT” if you are ready to pay.  Unfortunately, in-house credit can only be applied by our staff. Therefore your credit can not be utilized during online registration. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Please provide appropriate credit card information. If you would like our department to walk you through the registration process, please do not hesistate to call. 33. uNABle To uSe cReDiT FoR oNliNe ReGiSTRATioN Unfortunately in-house credit can only be applied by our staff. Therefore your credit can not be utilized during online registration. We are sorry for the inconvenience. 34. NoN-ReSiDeNT oNliNe ReGiSTRATioN We reserve the right to cancel an online Non-Resident registration made prior to the Non-Resident registration date in order to accommodate Shorewood Residents.

27. lock iT uP! Shorewood Recreation Department is not responsible for any items lost or stolen. Please bring a lock to secure your personal belongings. Please leave your valuables at home. It is strongly suggested that you always lock your bike.

35. 90+ cluB NEW Are you 90 years or older, live in Shorewood, and participate in Shorewood Recreation Department programs? If so, please contact the Recreation Department ! You are eligible to participate in our programs FREE. The 90+ Club does not include co-op programs, vendor programs, and fieldtrips.

28. iNDiViDuAlS WiTh SPeciAl NeeDS Shorewood Recreation & Community Services Department programs are open to all children and adults, including those with special needs. For assistance and information, please call 963-6913 x 4.

36. AcADeMic SuMMeR School Academic Summer School programs are available. For more information, please contact Tabia Nicholas at (414) 963-6903.

29. NoN-DiScRiMiNATioN Policy The School District of Shorewood does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, national origin (including limited English proficiency), ancestry, creed, color, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability or handicap.

36. SPeciAl eDucATioN For Special Education information, please contact Anthony Strancke at (414) 963-6951.

FAciliTy uSAGe AFTeR 5 PM AND WeekeNDS Please use these doors to enter and exit the building after 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and on the weekend. Atwater School Main Front Door Early Education Building - Both doors lake Bluff School Back Door Early Education Building - Both doors Shorewood intermediate School (SiS) Main Front Door Shorewood high School (ShS) Administration Building Southeast entrance by administration parking Science Building VHE Pool entrance and middle entrance Performing Arts Building Southwest door, across from Administration Building Arena, Bowling Lanes, and Youth Center Arena Building Front Door Fitness Center Main door

elecTRoNic SuRVeillANce Shorewood High School utilizes video surveillance equipment inside and outside of the buildings on the campus. This surveillance has been designed to protect buildings, building assets and to enhance safety for students, staff, faculty, and visitors. The following guidelines will be used by the High School for use of such equipment: •Camera placement and use allows for the recording of persons present on the school grounds.

• The date, time and location of each recorded session and the video images will be stored on our server for at least seven days. Selected data may be archived. •School administrators may, in accordance with State and Federal law, use video images to investigate student behavior and support student discipline, including suspension and expulsion proceedings. •Recorded video images may be “pulpil records” under Wis. Stat. 118.125. Disclosure of any video image that is confidential student record shall only be in accordance with applicable law.

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Home Base for grades entering K4 - 7, Shorewood High School Youth Center Junior Kids Club for grades entering K4 - K5, Atwater Early Education Building SW Corner Atwater Kids Club for grades entering 1 - 2, Atwater Playground Lake Bluff Kids Club for grades entering 3 - 7, Lake Bluff Playground Extended Day for grades entering K4 - 7, at your Kids Club location

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Family information

____ I give my permission to use my status with Shorewood Nutritional Services Free and Reduced meal program to receive a discount for Recreation Department programs.

Name (parent /guardian) _____________________________________Date of Birth____/___/____Gender__________ Address_____________________________________________________________________Apt.______ email ___________________________________ Primary Phone (

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child’s name_______________________ Gender________Date of Birth____/___/____ Grade entering______ Special considerations________________________

kids club

1:00 - 4:00 pm

home Base 7:00 am - 12:30 pm Daily Fee: Resident - $15 / Non-Resident - $23

Mon

Tue

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Daily Fee: Resident - $7 / Non-Resident - $11 jr. kids club: Resident - $8 / Non-Resident - $12

“Fun Fridays” See pages 16 & 17 for fees and times

extended Day 4:00 - 5:30 pm

Total Fees

Daily Fee: Resident - $5 / Non-Resident - $8

Totals

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All Day Kids Club 7:00 am - 5:30 pm

Monday, August 12 Hoffers Tropic Life Pet Store Tour R - $32 / N-R - $48

Tuesday, August 13 Kids Club Olympics R - $30 / N-R - $45

Wednesday, August 14 A Day at Estabrook Park R - $30 / N-R - $45

Thursday, August 15 Little Amerricka R - $36 / N-R - $54

Friday, August 16 Art in the Park R- $30 / N-R - $45 Grand Total =

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ShOREWOOD RECREAtION PROGRAm REGIStRAtION FORm (oNe FoRM PeR houSeholD)

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Name (parent /guardian)______________________________Date of Birth____/___/____Gender_____

_____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________

Address_______________________________________________________________Apt.______ city_____________________zip_____________email ___________________________________ Primary Phone (

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Name of Participant First

last

Male Female

Date of Birth

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T-Shirts (If applicable, t - shirt will be indicated in the program description) Name____________________________Size______ Name____________________________Size______

)____________________ Attends Free & Reduced Shorewood lunch Public Schools? Program? yes / No

____ I give my permission to use my status with Shorewood Nutritional Services Free and Reduced meal program to receive a discount for Recreation Department programs.

Program Title

Reduced/Waiver Fees: participants may receive discounts on programs. See #5 on page 47 for more information.

Program Fee

Total from other forms credit

Round up for Recreation: Rounding Up your program fees help provide financial support to those who are Round up For Recreation unable to afford the program fee for activities. See #18 on page 47 for more information.

late Fee

Name____________________________Size______

Total Amount

I, the undersigned, do hereby agree to allow the individual(s) named herein to participate in the activity(ies) indicated. I am aware of and understand that there may be potential risks inherent with participation in any recreation activity and that the Shorewood School District and the Recreation Dept. does not provide accident insurance and cannot assume responsibility for injury to any participants in the recreation programs. I assume all risks and hazards incidental to such participation including transportation to and from the activities and do hereby waive, release, absolve, indemnify and agree to hold harmless the Shorewood Recreation Dept employees, staff, and other persons for any all claims, injuries, liabilities, damage or right of action directly or indirectly arising out of use of Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department activities. In the event of a medical emergency, I authorize the department staff to obtain medical treatment for the above named. Signature:________________________________________________________________________

course #

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Date Processed: ________/________/________ _______Cash _______#Check (payable to Shorewood Rec Dept) _______Credit Card (Mastercard / Visa / Discover) Card #

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BIRthDAy PARtIES

iMAGiNATioN BiRThDAy PARTy

SPoRTS BiRThDAy PARTy

Let the Recreation Department assist you in holding your child’s next birthday party. All party packages include 12 guests and each additional guest is $3. (Additional guest fee for Art Birthday Parties is $4.) Adult supervision is required at all parties. Availability for parties is only on Saturday and Sunday. Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance.

Grade K4 - 5 The imagination Birthday parties are provided by Matt Honigman, a teacher, an entertainer and professional storyteller. Your one hour birthday party will be held in the High School Youth Center followed by your 45 minute party gathering. Your child may choose from any or all of these exciting options:

BoWliNG BiRThDAy PARTy

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Grade K5 - 8 Celebrate your special day by getting creative! Each party-goer will decorate either a wooden picture frame or a wooden keepsake box and take it home with them. Children should bring a smock or wear old clothes. When scheduling your party, please let us know which project you would like to create. location: SHS Science Bldg. Room 136 & VHE Upper Pool Lobby 1 ½ hours Resident - $150 / Non-Resident - $200

ART BiRThDAy PARTy

Grade K5 - 8 Come enjoy use of the Shorewood High School North Gym. You can choose the theme and we provide equipment for you to use that day. Our staff will initiate the activity. You also get to use the VHE Pool Upper Lobby for the party gathering. location: North Gym & VHE Pool Upper Lobby length: 1 ½ hours Fee: Resident - $80 / Non-Resident - $120

SHS Youth Center 1 ¾ hours Resident - $170 / Non-Resident - $220

Storytelling (with or without active games built into the story) Creative ball games Singing games Parachute games Physical challenges Puppets Magic Combination parties

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Pool BiRThDAy PARTy Grade K5 - 8 Swim in the SHS Pool with your friends for one hour and then celebrate in the Youth Center for another hour for the party gathering. There must be at least two adults in the water at all times. location: SHS Pool & SHS Youth Center length: 2 hours Fee: Resident - $100 / Non-Resident - $150

DANce BiRThDAy PARTy

SHS Performing Arts Bldg. Dance Studio Room 276 & VHE Pool Upper Lobby 1 ½ hours Resident - $100 / Non-Resident - $150

Grade K4 - 8 Are you ready to move? Celebrate your birthday by dancing with your friends. The birthday child can choose their favorite dance or learn a new ballet, hip-hop or creative dance routine. When scheduling your party, let us know what type of music you like. location: length: Fee:

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Grade K5 - 8 Come celebrate your birthday in our bowling lanes! Our lanes feature moonglow lighting if participants choose to use it. The birthday child will receive a special gift at the end of their party - a bowling pin signed by all party goers. location: SHS Bowling Lanes and Youth Center length: 1 ½ hours Fee: Resident - $100 / Non-Resident - $150

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