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Be Active, Be Well, Enjoy Life!

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Winter/Spring 2014

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Penfield Recreation

1985 Baird Rd. Penfield, NY 14526 585.340.8655 - www.penfieldrec.org recreation@penfield.org Office hours: Mon - Fri, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Office closed: 12/25, 1/1, 1/20, 2/17, 4/18, 4/20, 5/26

Director’s Message well·ness:

the quality or state of being in good health especially as an actively sought goal - Merriam-Webster. Our goal at Penfield Recreation is to provide you with an opportunity to meet your health goals; those goals could be social, physical, emotional, spiritual or intellectual. The Roots of Wellness are strong in the Penfield Community! As you browse through this seasonal brochure you will notice we offer an exceptional variety of wellness opportunities for children, youth, adults and seniors to stay active, live well and get involved in our community.

Supervisor’s Message....................5 Parks Information...........................6 Trails & Hikes Information..............7 Aquatic Wellness......................8-11

Adult & Family.......................8, 10 Parent/Child, Youth Lessons...8-10 Summer Swim Lessons................11

Youth Wellness.....................12-22 Arts & Crafts............................12 Nature...................................12-13 Education.................................13 Recreation Activities...............13-15 Sports Activities......................15-17 Youth Soccer League 2014..........18-19 Dec., Feb. & April Break Activities...21 Young, Open & Honest Players....21 Summer 2014 Day Camp..........22

Adult Wellness

Chris Bilow, Director of Recreation

Our entire dedicated and talented team at Penfield Recreation remains committed to providing exceptional customer service and addressing the needs of our community by offering new, interesting and dynamic programs. Being well is being healthy. So, just for the health of it, take some time to browse through the many activities listed, sign up and join in! I would like to officially recognize the staff (particularly, Pam Mount and Sabrina Renner) of our department for two professional awards received this fall. The DEAR Program and the new recreation web site (www.penfieldrec.org) were recognized by GVRPS (Genesee Valley Recreation & Parks Society) as award winners during the fall conference. Congratulations on a well deserved honor!

Christopher K. Bilow

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Recreation Director’s Message........4

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(including 50+) ......23-33

Crafts & Arts..........................23 Dance.....................................23-24 Education...............................24-26 Fitness, Health & Wellness.......26-28 Recreation & Sport..................28-30 Van Trips.................................30 Van Trips - Performing Arts.........31-32 General Information for 55+.......33

DEAR (Daytime Education at Recreation).....34-41 Program Quick Reference.........34

Thursday Lecture Series........35-36 Marvels & Myths of Rochester.....36 Intro Computer Classes..................37 ADK Victorian Dinner....................37 Classes...................................38 Personal Growth & Wellness......38 The Great Course Club...............39-40 History/Philosophy......................40 Activities & Info for 55+.........41 Special Events.............................41

Family & Community Wellness....42-44

Our Mission: To enhance the quality of life for the residents of Penfield by providing a variety of beneficial recreation and wellness programs, facilities and services.

Wellness Adventures & Merchandise...42 Civil War Day.............................43 ADK Victorian Dinner....................43 Penfield Community Garden.............43 Penfield Players.........................44

Registration Info. & Forms....45-46

This publication is printed on recycled paper.

Reference Information.............47

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Supervisor’s Message - Tony LaFountain, Penfield Town Supervisor As I near the end of my fourth year in office as supervisor, I wish to thank all of our residents for their ongoing support, feedback, and thoughts as to how we continue to make Penfield one of the best communities in Monroe County. Truly great communities have strong communications and relationships with residents, businesses, school districts, the faith community, and surrounding municipalities to discuss new and innovative ways to improve the community and support residents. I believe Penfield gets it more right than wrong on a consistent basis; however, there is always room for improvement and my commitment to all our residents is to look for ways to improve on everything we do at all levels, and I am honored to serve you over the next two years. Allow me a moment to re-cap 2013 and discuss 2014. The town board’s focus has been, and continues to be, keeping Penfield a fiscally sound community by managing healthcare costs, expanded use of technology, implementing several mixed use districts to help expand the tax base in a well planned manner, and to expand cost-saving partnerships with school districts, surrounding municipalities, and other business entities. Throughout 2013 we accomplished most of our aggressive DPW project goals, implemented a new town-wide accounting program; added turn arrows in the Four Corners, and expanded open space. We also added a new kayak/canoe launch and picnic area behind Tops in Panorama Plaza and expanded wellness programs offered by the Recreation Department.

the Motts Lane extension in the Four Corners. We will see the adoption of the Mixed Use Plan and ongoing town-school district programs and projects. We will also continue to balance our workforce across the town with regular full-time and part-time employees, seasonal labor, and some added contractors to help manage the increasing costs of medical (“affordable health care”), pensions, and insurances. The next phase will be a pilot program this winter in DPW to contract one of our 17 plow routes and municipal parking lots. As costs continue to rise, and with the majority of our residents not wanting to see taxes increase, we will continue to explore ways to manage and control costs and spending. Cost savings come in many forms. Wo r k i n g w i t h t h e E n e r g y & Environmental Advisory Committee (EEAC) we are ready to begin our next solar energy project which will be located on the roof of Harris Whalen Lodge and designed to cover approximately 60 percent of the facility’s total electric costs annually. Our investment will be in-house labor and preparation time of the necessary NYSERDA paperwork by a member of the EEAC. The grant we will be receiving from NYSERDA is funded by the monthly fees that are charged on all RG&E bills. While the savings may only add up to a few thousand dollars, every dollar counts when attempting to manage the increased spending being pushed down to local communities by the state and federal government.

enjoy the outdoors during the spring, summer and fall seasons. As we head in to the holiday season, I would like to encourage all Penfield residents to consider shopping locally in one of our six business districts: Lloyd’s Corners (Routes 250/441); Panorama Valley; Browncroft Corners, the Four Corners; LaSalle’s Landing and North Penfield Crossroads (yes the Empire Blvd. area is in Penfield!). Also, let’s not forget our many farmers markets which may stay open until Christmas Eve. Please remember that “healthy businesses make a healthy community…shop locally.” I want to close by recognizing several groups. First, the staff of the Recreation Department, lead by Director Chris Bilow, and the rest of the team: Steve, Linanne, Pam, Sabrina, Carol, Paula, and Chris for putting together this brochure and coordinating the many hundreds of wellness programs for our residents. Next, I would like to recognize all of the rest of the town staff, appointed boards, and all the volunteer board and committee members for their ongoing dedication to the Penfield community. Lastly, I would like to recognize and thank our town board, town clerk, and town attorney for their support and guidance throughout the past year. Successful government is not about one person or group; it is about the broader team. In Penfield you have one of the best teams in local government, all of the men and women who work so hard to support all our residents. I thank them for their service! Finally, on behalf of town staff and their families, we want to wish all of you a wonderful, healthy and safe holiday season. It has been our pleasure serving you in 2013 and we look forward to an exciting and dynamic 2014.

Watch for changes to the landscaping at the Penfield Community Center. The last four overgrown and diseased Austrian pines on the south side of the building will be removed to make way for new trees, plantings, and enhanced walkways and seating areas for those visiting the facility, especially the library. The As we head into 2014 we are looking plan will enhance the aesthetics of our to complete the last phase of the Baird community center and make it more supervisor@penfield.org Road construction, and finally complete inviting for residents and patrons to 340-8631 Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

Tony

www.penfieldrec.org

Supervisor’s Message




Town Parks All Town of Penfield Parks are handicapped accessible and close at 10:00 PM. CHANNING H. PHILBRICK PARK Off Rt. 441 at Penfield Road. Open pavilion, grills, tot lot, seasonal public restrooms, green areas, handicapped fishing access, and hiking trail along Irondequoit Creek. GREENWOOD PARK Scribner and Embury Roads. Seasonal Park - ball diamond, tennis & basketball courts, playground, green areas. HARRIS WHALEN PARK Off Rt. 441. Open pavilion and enclosed heated lodge (available by permit), grills, nature trails, sledding hill, tot lot & playground equipment, softball diamonds, lighted tennis courts (5/1-10/30), basketball & bocce courts and public restrooms. HERITAGE PARK Four Corners (Five Mile Line Road and Rt. 441) between Fire Hall and Baptist Church. Community Gazebo. LASALLE’S LANDING PARK On the south end of Irondequoit Bay and Irondequoit Creek off Empire Blvd. Fishing access and small canoe/kayak launch. Provides wonderful views of Irondequoit Bay. ROTHFUSS PARK 1648 Five Mile Line Rd. 70-acre multi-use park built on former farmland with 4 full-sized rectangular athletic fields, playground, picnic pavilions and seasonal public restrooms. SCHAUFELBERGER PARK This decorative park sits in the heart of Penfield’s Historic Four Corners. SHERWOOD FIELDS PARK 2514 Penfield Rd. (located east of fire hall) 82-acre passive park, primary walking trails through field areas, work on secondary trails through wetland and wooded wildlife habitat areas ongoing. No restrooms closes at dusk. Check Town website for updates. VETERANS’ MEMORIAL PARK 3100 Atlantic Ave. Open pavilion and enclosed heated Dolomite Lodge, outdoor amphitheater, lighted tennis and basketball courts (5/110/30), baseball, softball, multi-use fields, Veterans’ Memorial, beautiful Don Mack Rock Garden, walkways, playground area, nature trail, physical fitness trail, Tot Trail, arboretum, public restrooms and picnic facilities.

Abraham Lincoln Park, Ellison Park and Lucien Morin Park are Monroe County parks located in Penfield. For more information on these, please visit www. monroecounty.gov.



Town Parks

PERMITS AND RESERVATIONS

All persons/groups wishing to reserve use of park shelters and/or ball fields must obtain a permit. All park permits are processed through the Penfield Recreation Department. You must be 21 years or older, and come to the recreation office in person to sign a permit and pay related fees, or go on-line at www.penfieldrec.org. Permit acceptance for the year 2014 began December 4. Drinking of alcohol is allowed in Town picnic areas only with a permit. No amplified music allowed. For more info., call the recreation office at 340-8655.

Reserve on-line for a 10% discount on park shelter fees! - www.penfieldrec.org -

Channing H. Philbrick Park: Open Pavilion - seats 50; max. 70 Fee: $22 (R) / $33 (NR) Available: May 1 - Oct. 30

$15.00/game/2 hour time block for softball and baseball fields**

(**exception: additional fees for groomed, lighted fields & Bachman Field at Veterans’ Memorial Park - call for info. and reservation procedure)

Harris Whalen Park:

Rectangular fields in Town Parks: Fees TBA

Open Shelter - seats 80; max. 100 Fee: $33 (R) / $44 (NR) Available: May 1 - Oct. 30 (Closed 7/4, 7/5) Enclosed Lodge - seats 90; max. 90 Fee: Weekdays (M-Th) - $110 (R) / $165 (NR) Weekends (F-Su) - $165 (R) / $220 (NR) [Exception: 11/27-11/30 fees are $220 (R) / $275 (NR)] Available: Jan. 1 - Dec. 31 (Closed: M-F 6/30-8/8, 7/5, 10/31, 11/3, 11/4, 12/25)

Veterans’ Memorial Park: Open Shelter - seats 60; max. 80 Fee: $22 (R) / $33 (NR) Available: May 1 - Oct. 30

Lodge/Shelter Refund Policy:

Enclosed Lodges - $50 cancellation fee (60 days notice required on enclosed lodge cancellations. No refund issued with less than 60 days notice.) Open Shelters - $10 cancellation fee (14 days notice required on open shelter cancellations. No refund issued with less than 14 days notice.) For complete park refund policy - see park permit available at www.penfield.org and Recreation Office.

Park Security

Enclosed “Dolomite Lodge” - seats 90; max. 90 Fee: Weekdays (M-Th) - $165 (R) / $275 (NR) Weekends (F-Su) - $220 (R) / $330 (NR) [Exception: 11/27-11/30 fees are $275 (R) / $385 (NR)] Available: Jan. 1 - Dec. 31 (Closed: 10/31, 11/3, 11/4, 12/25)

R = Penfield resident, NR = non-resident Penfield Recreation

Ball Fields:

Our Town facilities are monitored daily by security officers. (If you have a park problem or emergency, they may be at reached at 340-8618.) The park ordinance is strictly enforced with appearance tickets. Please Note: Vandalism in any park is expensive and senseless. Help us keep the Town of Penfield parks beautiful. Also remember not to park in handicap zones, emergency or fire lanes, as tickets are issued regularly.

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org


Trails & Hikes The Penfield Trails Committee invites Penfield and area residents to participate in a series of guided hikes. All events are held rain or shine. For more information and to pre-register, call Penfield Recreation at 3408655. *Monthly hikes and trail map information are on the Recreation website - www.penfieldrec.org - click on “Penfield Trails.” All groups must pre-register. Ages: Adults & Children 8 years & up (Children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.) No pets please. Note: Please wear appropriate footwear (hiking boots/shoes) for occasional steep terrain & slippery conditions. Fee: Free! (please pre-register)

View trail maps on our website www.penfieldrec. org

Ellison Park Saturday, January 11

Channing H. Philbrick Park Saturday, April 12

Dust off your cross country skis or snowshoes and join us for an exhilarating trip through this very scenic park. If there isn’t any snow, a hike will take place. We will follow the predominately flat portions of Ellison Park on the north side of Blossom Road. Look for the hike signs!

Celebrate Daniel Penfield’s selection of “The Hollow” as the best mill site in all 97,000 square miles of the Genesee lands in 1795. Look for the hike signs!

#154930-A 1/11 Sa - 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Meet at north side of parking lot off of Blossom Road. Please bring your cross country ski equipment or snowshoes.

Indoor Hike Saturday, February 15 3rd annual *HIKER’S JAMBOREE* Open to the public. Calling all hikers! Come and meet the staff behind all of the various town hiking programs in the greater Monroe County area and see their program offerings. Featured speaker. Look for the hike signs! #154920-A 2/15 Sa - 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Penfield Town Hall Auditorium 3100 Atlantic Avenue

Sherwood Fields Saturday, March 8 Try out our newest all-season park for hikers in all weather conditions. See if the Commission Ditch is flowing, and if the robins have returned. Look for the hike signs!

#254950-A 4/12 Sa - 10:00 - 12:00 AM Meet at the kiosk on the north side of the bridge.

Harris Whalen Park Saturday, May 3

West end of Smith Road, off Empire Blvd. Park in cul-de-sac on Smith Rd., walk down road to Bay.

Channing H. Philbrick Park Trail: Off Rt.

441 in park along Irondequoit Creek. Trail begins at the kiosk. Parking available.

Ellison Park South Entrance Trails: Western

edge of town along Irondequoit Creek on south side of Blossom Rd., east of Spruce Shelter. Parking available.

Harris Whalen Park Trail: Access from park

- across from Wegmans entrance on Rt. 441. Trail head and parking near water tower at top of hill.

Honey Creek Trail:

West end of Motts Ln. off Five Mile Line Rd., opposite GrandeVie Senior Living Community.

Irondequoit Creek Panorama Plaza Trail:

Behind Tops Market at Panorama Plaza. Look for trailhead kiosk. Parking behind Panorama Plaza.

Irondequoit Creek Waterway: Launch boat at

#254950-B 5/3 Sa - 9:00 - 11:00 AM Meet at the upper pavilion.

begins at the east end of Old Browncroft Blvd.

Ellison Park Canoe/Kayak Saturday, May 10 Enjoy a paddle down Irondequoit Creek in a canoe or kayak. Meet at Ellison Park south entrance where we will paddle to the Wetland Center in the marshes near the Bay. Please provide your own canoe or kayak. Personal flotation devices (PFD) must be worn and supplied by the individual. No one will be allowed to participate without a PFD. Look for the hike signs! #254950-C 5/10 Sa - 9:00 - 11:00 AM Meet at the Ellison Park south entrance off Blossom Road - follow signs to the canoe/kayak launch location.

Irondequoit Creek Wetlands East Trail: Trail Rifle Range Trail: Ellison Park, south side

of Empire Blvd., just east of Irondequoit Creek.

Schaufelberger Park/Historic Sidewalk Trail: Park at public parking lot behind the Penfield Fire Station on Five Mile Line Rd. Cross the street to visit Schaufelberger Park...the former site of a service station and auto dealer.

Sherwood Fields Park Trail: 2514 Penfield Road, next to East Penfield Fire Hall. Parking lot entrance is off fire hall driveway. Trail begins at parking lot.

Thousand Acre Swamp: Jackson Rd. between Atlantic Ave. and Plank Rd. Entrance is next to Penfield Ambulance. Tot Trail:

Veterans’ Memorial Park behind the Penfield Town Hall. The trail is located west of the tennis courts near the Dolomite Lodge. center of town, access from Atlantic Ave. and Jackson Rd. Parking available.

Passports available at Penfield Rec or either Penfield Wegmans store (Rt. 441 or Empire Blvd.)

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LaSalle’s Landing Park off Empire Blvd. or at Ellison Park.

Veterans’ Memorial Park Trails: Geographic

Pick up your passport and take it with you on these hikes! •

Abraham Lincoln Park Trails:

Hike through the woods to discover exciting spring flowers. Also learn about park history and geology. Look for the hike signs!

#154940-A 3/8 Sa - 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Meet in lot next to fire hall, Rt. 441 east of Harris Rd.

Penfield Recreation

Penfield Trails

Penfield has beautiful, scenic trails! Names and trail head locations are listed below, but much more information can be found at www.penfieldrec.org.

www.penfieldrec.org

Wild Iris Path: West end of Coachman Dr. and Brougham Dr.

Trails & Hikes




Aquatic Wellness Splash into Family OPEN Lap Swim/Water Walking Swim Lessons Parent/Child Get a terrific total body workout swimming Ages 6 months - 36 months Swim and Lap Swim Come and play, swim, and exercise while enjoying our spacious pool divided to suit your needs: the shallow end with the 4 x 4 tot dock for the little ones, the deep end for water walking or play, and two lanes for lap swimmers. Swimmers who pass the deep end test can also enjoy the one-meter boards in the diving well! Pool rules state: lAll swimmers must be completely potty trained. lAll hair must be secured back. lA swimming adult must accompany any swimmer in the pool who measures less than 50” from chin to toe and under the age of 10. lAn adult must be on deck if swimmer exceeds the height requirement and is under the age of 10. Break Weeks - 2:00 - 4:00 PM December - 12/26, 12/27 February - 2/18, 2/19, 2/20 Friday Nights - 7:30 - 9:00 PM 1/10, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21

laps in a 25-yard pool in a quiet atmosphere. One lane available for water walking (please indicate on your registration form if you intend to water walk). Two extra days have been added into the schedule in case of an unforeseen cancellation. (This is a noninstructional program). #131210-A 1/13 - 3/17 (no class 2/17) #231210-A 3/31 - 6/9 (no class 4/14 & 5/26) M - 8:00 - 9:00 PM Fee: $35.00 #131210-B 1/15 - 3/19 (no class 2/19) #231210-B 4/2 - 6/4 (no class 4/16) W - 8:00 - 9:00 PM Fee: $35.00 #131210-C 1/13 - 3/19 (no class 2/17 & 2/19) #231210-C 3/31 - 6/9 (no class 4/14, 4/16 & 5/26) M & W - 8:00 - 9:00 PM Fee: $59.00

Friday Nights - 7:00 - 8:30 PM 4/4, 4/11, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/30, 6/6

Ages 18 & up Penfield High School Pool

Penfield High School Pool Fee: $2.00 per person - pay at door OR FAMILY PASS - Purchase a winter/spring family fun pass for $40.00 - allows up to 4 swimmers entry to family swim for entire winter/ spring season. Passes available for purchase at Rec. office or at pool during Family Swim.

Water Yoga

Pre-Natal Yoga/Aqua Fusion

#231222-A

Start your workout with a calm and satisfying pre-natal Yoga class designed to improve endurance and range of motion. Change clothes and switch to our 89 o salt-pure pool for an invigorating workout aimed at increasing energy and strengthening muscles. Full club privileges included for the course duration. Participants need a doctor’s approval and may fax it to 585586-4232 attention Marsha Young or bring it to the first class. Call 586-7777 with questions. #131221-A

1/13 - 2/17

#131221-B

3/3 - 4/7

#231221-A

4/28 - 6/9 (no class 5/26)

M - 6:30 - 7:45 PM (Yoga: 6:30-7:00 PM / Aqua: 7:05-7:45 PM) Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Marsha Young Fee: $69.00 (6 classes)



Aquatic

Come and enjoy this time in the water with your little one. Learn how to be safe in and around the water with your child. Classes include supervised water activities such as getting into the pool the safe way, underwater exploration readiness, back floats, arm movements, rolling over and much, much more. #101233-A 1/12 - 3/2 #201233-A 3/23 - 5/18 (no class 4/20) Su - 12:45 - 1:15 PM (8 lessons) #101233-B 1/14 - 3/4 #201233-B 4/1 - 5/27 (no class 4/22) Tu - 6:30 - 7:00 PM (8 lessons) Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Lessons are held in 20 yard pool, kept at 89o F. Locker rooms available next to pool. Free child care provided. Pool staff are CPR, First Aid & Lifeguard certified. Fee: $110.00 (Parent/Child classes require parent participation)

Swim Lessons - Age 3

Our pre-beginner program for children age 3 is designed as an introduction to swimming A class that presents Yoga poses in our and water enjoyment. The student instructor 89o salt-pure pool that enhances strength, ratio for this class is 5 to 1 with a lifeguard increases range of motion, improves balance on deck. Pool is 89o F with a parent viewing and includes relaxation techniques. area as well as a waiting room for those with small children. Instructors are lifeguard, first #131222-A 1/16 - 3/6 aid and CPR certified. 4/10 - 5/29

Th - 8:15 - 9:00 AM (8 classes) Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Bonnie Sunderville Fee: $79.00

Adult Swim Lessons It’s never too late to learn how to swim. This class is for adults looking to learn how to swim or to improve on their swimming skills. All abilities and ages are welcome. Basic swimming skills will be taught. Participants will be encouraged to go at their own pace. Flotation belts will be available for those needing more support in the water. (Ratio - 1 instructor per 4 adults.) #231215-A 4/26 - 5/17 Sa - 3:00 - 3:45 PM (Ages 18 & up) Penfield High School Pool Penfield Recreation Certified Staff Fee: $50.00 (4 classes)

#101234-A 1/12 - 3/2 #201234-A 3/23 - 5/18 (no class 4/20) Su - 10:25 - 10:55 AM #101234-B 1/12 - 3/2 #201234-B 3/23 - 5/18 (no class 4/20) Su - 12:45 - 1:15 PM Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Locker rooms available next to pool. Free child care provided. Fee: $110.00 (8 lessons)

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In order to further promote our programs, participants may be photographed or video taped during a program. If you do NOT want photos of those listed on the registration form, please contact the Recreation Office.

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Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org


Aquatic Wellness Swim Lessons Tiny Tadpoles Ages 4 - 5

Water safety and basic swimming skills are taught in a playful manner to encourage a love for swimming. Parents allowed in pool area on observation days: 2/8 & 5/3 for Saturday classes and 4/30 for Wednesday class. (Ratio - 1 instructor per 4 children.) Instructors are lifeguard, first aid and CPR certified.

Swim Lessons - Red Cross Levels 1 - 6

Ages 6 - 14

Lesson levels range from Red Cross Learn to Swim basics to advanced skills. Detailed description of skills taught in each level available at the Rec. Dept. or www. penfieldrec.org. Each swimmer’s skills are checked on the 1st day to be sure that they are placed in the proper level. Parents allowed in pool area on observation day -2/8 & 5/3 for Saturday classes and 2/12 & 4/30 for Wednesday classes. Instructors are lifeguard, first aid and CPR certified.

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Winter Swim Lessons

Spring Swim Lessons

#111250-A Level 1 Sa - 12:15 - 12:50 PM #111250-B Level 2 Sa - 12:50 - 1:25 PM

1/18 - 3/8 (no class 2/22)

#211250-A Level 1 Sa - 11:30 - 12:05 PM

4/5 - 5/31 (no class 4/19 & 5/24)

1/18 - 3/8 (no class 2/22)

#211250-B Level 2 Sa - 12:10 - 12:45 PM

4/5 - 5/31 (no class 4/19 & 5/24)

#111250-C Level 3 Sa - 12:50 - 1:35 PM

1/18 - 3/8 (no class 2/22)

#211250-C Level 3 Sa - 12:10 - 12:55 PM

4/5 - 5/31 (no class 4/19 & 5/24)

#211242-C 4/5 - 5/31 (no class 4/19 & 5/24) Sa - 11:30 - 12:00 Noon (7 lessons)

#111250-D Level 1 #111250-E Level 2 Sa - 1:35 - 2:10 PM

1/18 - 3/8 1/18 - 3/8 (no class 2/22)

#211250-D Level 1 #211250-E Level 2 Sa - 1:00 - 1:35 PM

4/5 - 5/31 4/5 - 5/31 (no class 4/19 & 5/24)

#211242-D 4/5 - 5/31 (no class 4/19 & 5/24) Sa - 12:10 - 12:40 PM (7 lessons)

#111250-F Level 4 Sa - 1:35 - 2:20 PM

1/18 - 3/8 (no class 2/22)

#211250-F Level 4 Sa - 1:00 - 1:45 PM

4/5 - 5/31 (no class 4/19 & 5/24)

Penfield High School Pool Penfield Recreation Certified Aquatic Staff Fee: $67.00 (limited enrollment)

#111250-G #111250-H #111250-I Sa - 2:25 - 3:10 PM

#211250-G Level 3 #211250-H Level 4 #211250-I Level 5&6* Sa - 1:50 - 2:35 PM

4/5 - 5/31 4/5 - 5/31 4/5 - 5/31 (no class 4/19 & 5/24)

#111242-A 1/18 - 3/8 (no class 2/22) Sa - 12:15 - 12:45 PM (7 lessons) #111242-B 1/18 - 3/8 (no class 2/22) Sa - 12:50 - 1:20 PM (7 lessons) #211242-A 4/2 - 5/21 (no class 4/16) W - 5:45 - 6:15 PM (7 lessons) #211242-B 4/2 - 5/21 (no class 4/16) W - 6:25 - 6:55 PM (7 lessons)

Private Swim Lessons Private swim lessons for ages 4 and up will be offered during our family open swim program for the winter/spring season at the Penfield High School pool. The fee will be $20 per half hour lesson. To make a reservation for your lesson, please call 249-6881 beginning January 3, and leave a message with the following information: l l l

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Your name Your child’s name Preferred time (Friday evening or Saturday afternoon- Jan. - June) for your lesson Number of lessons you would like Approximate Red Cross swim level of your child (See swim levels detail at www.penfieldrec.org; click on Programs & Events, then Aquatic Programs.) What skill(s) they wish to work on Telephone number(s) where you can be reached in the evening & on Saturdays

Level 3 1/18 - 3/8 Level 4 1/18 - 3/8 Level 5&6* 1/18 - 3/8 (no class 2/22)

- - - - - - - #111252-A Level 2 1/22 - 3/12 W - 7:00 - 7:35 PM (no class 2/19) #111252-B Level 3 1/22 - 3/12 #111252-C Level 4 1/22 - 3/12 #111252-D Level 5&6* 1/22 - 3/12 W - 7:00 - 7:45 PM (no class 2/19) (*Level 6 - Personal Water Safety or Fitness Swimmer - indicate which program on your registration form.)

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#211252-A Level 1 4/2 - 5/21 #211252-B Level 2 4/2 - 5/21 W - 5:45 - 6:20 PM (no class 4/16) #211252-C Level 1 #211252-D Level 2 W - 6:25 - 7:00 PM

4/2 - 5/21 4/2 - 5/21 (no class 4/16)

#211252-E Level 3 4/2 - 5/21 #211252-F Level 4 4/2 - 5/21 #211252-G Level 5&6* 4/2 - 5/21 W - 7:00 - 7:45 PM (no class 4/16) (*Level 6 - Personal Water Safety or Fitness Swimmer - indicate which program on your registration form.)

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7 lessons Penfield High School Pool Penfield Recreation Certified Aquatic Staff Fees: Levels 1 - 2 - $59.00 Levels 3 - 6 - $67.00

Lessons will be instructed by the Penfield Recreation winter & spring aquatic staff and scheduled first come, first served, based on instructor availability. If you have any questions, please leave a message at 2496881 beginning January 3. You will receive a return phone call. Please be sure to leave a telephone number where you can be reached during the evening and Saturdays.

Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

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Aquatic Wellness Discover Scuba Diving The Discover Scuba Diving program allows those who have never tried the activity to safely experience the thrill. This class includes a brief orientation followed by your first underwater experience in a swimming pool. Students need to bring swimsuit and a towel (and if you have mask and fins, please bring them.) Some swimming experience is helpful. #211211-A 3/22 Sa - 12:30 - 2:00 PM (1 class) Ages 12 and up (Age 10 & 11 welcome to register along with a parent) Penfield High School Pool PADI Certified Instructor Fee: $45.00 (equipment provided) Please indicate height, weight & shoe size on your registration form.

American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification Class

Competitive Swimming Intro Springboard Diving An opportunity for youth to experience the fun of competitive swimming in a non-competitive atmosphere. Must be able to swim one lap of the pool on front and back using any stroke (ages 6 & up). This program is operated in conjunction with Sea Dragons Swim Club.

This course involves the use of one-meter springboards. Instruction is individualized so that each student may progress at his or her own rate. The diver will be encouraged to go as far as he/she desires at each level. Parent observation is encouraged.

#211230-A 4/8 - 5/8 (no class 4/15 & 4/17) Tu & Th - 6:00 - 6:45 PM (8 classes) Penfield High School Pool Fee: $32.00 (caps & goggles available at pool for additional fee)

do a standing dive off the side of the pool. This diver is looking to dive off the board comfortably. The instruction will include: front dive, back dive, inward dive and the front flip, if the diver desires.

Lifeguarding Course with Waterfront Module

Red Cross Certified Lifeguard Class

Beginner - A beginner diver is a swimmer who can

Intermediate - An intermediate diver is a swimmer

that can dive off the board comfortably. This diver is looking to advance his/her skill on the diving board and perform front dive, back dive, inward dive and front flip. #111226-A 2/18 - 2/21 Tu thru F - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM - Beginner & Intermediate

Class will meet at the Penfield High School pool. This course certifies a person to 3/1 - 3/22 serve as a pool and waterfront lifeguard. #111226-B Instruction also includes training in First Sa - 11:00 - 12:00 PM - Beginner & Intermediate (Requirement: Must be 16 years old by 1/3) Aid, CPR and AED for a total program. (It’s #211226-A 4/26 - 5/17 recommended that you have a minimum of Sa - 3:00 - 4:00 PM - Beginner & Intermediate This program is for swimmers who have completed the American Red Cross Swim Level 5 swimming skills.) Ages 8 & up (4 lessons) Level 4 and are interested in becoming Lifeguard books and materials will be Penfield High School Pool instructors for Red Cross Swim programs. available to pick up at Recreation Office Joel Freeman, PHS Boys & Girls Varsity Dive You will learn how to instruct the American when you register. Read lifeguard book Coach, Penfield Recreation Instructor Red Cross swimming levels, both adult and prior to first class. Bring suit, goggles, Fee: $52.00 children’s lessons, and basic water safety. towel, lifeguard book and materials to all Attendance at all class sessions is required class sessions. (Swimming requirements for completion and certification as a water during course includes a 2 minute tread safety instructor. water, 550-yard swim using freestyle and breast strokes, as well as a timed surface #111231-A 12/26, 12/27, 12/30, 12/31, 1/2, 1/3 dive 7-10 feet, retrieving a 10 lb. object, Th 12/26 & F 12/27 - 4:00 - 7:00 PM This camp involves the use of one-meter M 12/30, Tu 12/31, Th 1/2, F 1/3 - 12:00 - 3:00 PM then swimming 20 yards with object held springboards for divers who want to by both hands.) & 4:00 - 7:00 PM improve their diving skills and participate Ages: 16 & up (30 hour course) #111240-A 2/17 - 2/21 in an intra-program competition at the last Penfield High School Pool M - F - 12:00 - 5:00 PM (bring snack) class. The program is individualized so that Joel Freeman, Certified Red Cross Instructor You must attend all sessions and successfully complete each student may progress at his or her own Prerequisite: Completion of Level 4 in the ARC swim all requirements to become a Certified Lifeguard. rate. The diver will be encouraged to go as course & a strong sense of maturity & responsibility Penfield High School Pool (Ages 15 & up) far as he/she desires. Parent observation is Fee: $200.00 (includes course book) Instructor: Joel Freeman encouraged. Registration started 12/2/13. Fee: $185.00 (includes books/supplies)

Springboard Diving Competition Camp

#111228-A 3/1 - 4/5 Sa - 4:00 - 6:00 PM

American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer Recertification

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This class will recertify you in CPR for the Professional Rescuer (must possess current CPR or have expired within 30 days). Bring training manual and CPR pocket mask. #211241-A 3/27 Th - 4:00 - 7:00 PM (1 class) Penfield Community Center Karen Hart, Red Cross Instructor Fee: $45.00 (#211241-B - $15 additional for pocket mask)

Ages 10 & up (6 classes) Penfield High School Pool Joel Freeman, PHS Boys & Girls Varsity Dive Coach, Penfield Recreation Instructor Fee: $95.00

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Aquatic Wellness Summer Swim Lessons - Ages 4-14 Registration:

Summer Swim Lessons (Level 1-6) & Summer Tiny Tadpole resident registration begins on January 2. (Non-resident registration begins January 9.) When registering, you will receive an e-mail receipt for confirmation of swim time (please include your e-mail address on your registration form).

Red Cross Levels 1 - 6 (Ages 6-14)

Ages 4 - 14 Swim Lesson Course Numbers

Non-swimmer through advanced swimmer levels (see dates below). Lessons are held mornings starting at 8:00 AM (see grid for times and course #’s). Session 1 & 2 are 35-minute lessons each, 8 classes held within a two week period. Session 3 is a more intense week of lessons, with five classes (35-minute lessons for Levels 1 & 2 and 45-minute lessons for Levels 3 - 6). Note: Level 6 is either Personal Water Safety (P) or Fitness Swimmer (F) - Indicate which level on registration form.

Red Cross Levels 1 - 6 - 8 lessons / Tadpoles - 4 lessons

Session 1

Parent observation days are: Session 1 - 7/8, Session 2 - 7/22, and Session 3 - 7/30. Session 1 - M-Th - 6/30 - 7/10 Fee: $52.00 (8 lessons)

If you also register for PCC Day Camp, Day Camp Staff will walk your child to swim lessons each day (see page 22).

Session 2 - M-Th - 7/14 - 7/24 Fee: $52.00 (8 lessons) Session 3 - M-F - 7/28 - 8/1 (5 lessons) Fee: $33.00 - Levels 1 & 2 $42.00 - Levels 3, 4, 5 & 6

Sign-up for 2 or more sessions and receive a 10% discount on 2nd and 3rd sessions registered for.

Ages - 6 years (or completed Kindergarten) thru 14. Penfield High School Pool

We will be offering again this summer a 5-day session with extended time to fit swim lessons into your busy summer. Enjoy the benefits in an intense swim week - 7/28-8/1 (see Session 3 above).

Tiny Tadpoles (Ages 4-5) Water safety and basic swimming skills are taught in a playful manner to encourage a love for swimming! Lessons are held Monday through Thursday for 35 minutes starting at 8:35 AM (see grid for times and course #’s). Parent observation day is Wednesday for all sessions. (Ratio - 1 instructor per 4 children.) Session 1A - M-Th - 6/30 - 7/3 (4 lessons) Session 1B - M-Th - 7/7 - 7/10 (4 lessons) Session 2A - M-Th - 7/14 - 7/17 (4 lessons) Session 2B - M-Th - 7/21 - 7/24 (4 lessons) Session 3A - M-Th - 7/28 - 7/31 (4 lessons) Monday - Thursday - 4 classes (Must be of age at time session begins) Penfield High School Pool Fee: $38.00 - Sign-up for 2 or more sessions and receive a 10% discount

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Arts & Crafts Preschool Picasso

Youth Wellness Nature Programs All programs will be held at The Barn Owl, 1807 Penfield Road. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Come explore the world of art with us! We Programs are suitable for all ages, unless otherwise indicated. will read stories, learn about fun artists and create artwork inspired by the artists, the Under the Ice story, or other themes! We will do different Feeder Frenzy to identify some common backyard birds Today we will explore the world under the ice! Students projects every day and explore a variety Learn sight and sound, become a Citizen Scientist will discover what happens under a frozen pond in of art processes and materials including by helping to gather data for Project Feeder Watch, the winter. Includes hands-on activities and a pond painting, drawing, cutting, gluing and more. and make your own recycled feeder to take home. explorer craft. So get ready to get messy, inspired and 1/2 (registration began 9/3) #117020-E 2/8 creative! Projects will change each session #417020-T Sa - 2:00 - 3:30 PM and all materials will be provided but please Th - 2:00 - 3:00 PM $15/child bring a smock. Children ages 2 - 3 please $15/child bring parent. Snowflakes Whooo Loves Owls? #112416-A 1/16 - 2/6 #112416-B 2/13 - 3/13 (no class 2/20) #112416-C 3/20 - 4/10 #112416-D 4/24 - 5/15 Th - 9:45 - 10:30 AM Ages 2 - 6

No two are alike! Learn about snowflakes, try some snowflake experiments, and make a shiny snowflake craft.

#112416-E #112416-F #112416-G #112416-H Th - 5:45 - 6:30 PM

Turtles

1/16 - 2/6 2/13 - 3/13 (no class 2/20) 3/20 - 4/10 4/24 - 5/15 Ages 2 - 6

Note: Children ages 2-3 please bring parent. Penfield Community Center Lindsey Hall, Art Education Fee: $38.00 (4 classes)

Preschool Adventures

#417020-U F - 2:00 - 3:30 PM $15/child

1/3 (registration began 9/3)

We’ll talk about owls and what makes them special, then make a craft to take home. #117020-F 2/22 Sa - 2:00 - 3:00 PM $10/child

Sssssssnakes

Meet The Barn Owl’s resident turtles, play “Turtle Trivia,” and make a “pet” turtle of your own. #417020-V 1/4 (registration began 9/3) Sa - 2:00 - 3:00 PM $10/child

Animal Tracking

Identify some signs and tracks of our local animals, and then use the clues to solve a series of animal mysteries... who was there and why? We’ll also make an animal tracks field guide for your explorer to use on future tracking adventures.

Meet some (non-venomous) snakes, learn about native NY snakes, and make a snake craft to take home. #117020-G 3/1 Sa - 2:00 - 3:00 PM $10/child

Signs of Spring

Spring has sprung! We’ll talk about some early signs of spring and make a bright and cheerful craft. #117020-H 3/22 Sa - 2:00 - 3:00 PM $10/child

Beginning Birding for Kids

#117020-A 1/11 Sa - 2:00 - 3:30 PM $15/child

Learn to identify some common birds by sight and

Come join us for a morning of fun and sound, and make a bird call to take home! learning taught by a pre-school teacher. #117020-I 4/5 Parents and children will work together Winter Adventures school today (MLK Day)! Come to The Barn Owl Sa - 2:00 - 3:00 PM creating crafts, a snack, and singing and No some great wintertime adventures. We will take a $10/child moving to the beat. Each week will center for snow hike, stopping to identify animal tracks and signs around a new story and theme. Please wear along the way, and then warm up with hot chocolate Skunks: Woodskitties! sneakers and play clothes or a smock. Phew! Stinky? Sure...but also much more. Learn about and a craft at the nature center. Different themes each session! #112412-A #112412-B #112412-C #112412-D

1/17 - 2/14 (no class 1/31) 2/28 - 3/21 3/28 - 4/25 (no class 4/18) 5/2 - 5/23

F - 10:00 - 11:15 AM (4 classes) Ages 2 - 5 with parent Penfield Community Center Sherry Murray Fee: $60.00

these interesting mammals and make your very own (sweet smelling!) skunk to take home.

#117020-B 1/20 M - 2:00 - 3:30 PM $15/child

All About Animals

Spend your afternoon with The Barn Owl’s animals! You’ll learn about each of our resident animals, their native habitats, and what they eat in the wild. Then you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at the animal care room and help prepare their meals for the day! #117020-C 1/25 Sa - 2:00 - 4:00 PM $20/child

Groundhog Day

How much do you know about this popular holiday? We’ll talk about this interesting critter and how it came to have its very own day each year! We’ll also make a groundhog craft. #117020-D 2/1 Sa - 2:00 - 3:00 PM $10/child

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#117020-J 4/26 Sa - 2:00 - 3:00 PM $10/child

MEET The Barn Owl Animals

Meet The Barn Owl’s resident animals, get up close to them, and learn about their natural habitats, favorite foods, and more! # 117020-K 1/18 Frogs # 117020-L 2/15 Ceres, Malayan Box Turtle # 117020-M 3/15 Nullah & Blue, Bearded Dragon Lizards # 117020-N 4/19 Albert, Black-tailed Prairie Dog Sa - 11:00 - 11:30 AM $5/child *MEET the animals programs are dependent upon well-being of the animal on the day of the program. In the event that the featured animal is not able to participate, another animal will be highlighted.

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Youth Wellness Nature

Recreation Activities

Safety First for Children

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This course will teach students how to answer the door, make a 911 call, fire safety, house rules, stranger danger, internet safety, Parent & Child Story Time and some basic first aid. The program Each of these 30-minute programs includes includes take-home reference information a story and a visit from one of The Barn for the children. Brown bag lunches Dinosaurs Owl’s resident animals or a craft. Please call are encouraged. Questions - please call Does your little one love dinosaurs? Come Domenic at 281-4208. for some dinosaur stories, crafts, and 282-0620 for details. songs. We’ll even make our own dinosaur 3/8 #417022-D 1/3 Snow (registration began 9/3) #216810-A egg snack, explore fossils, and explode a Sa - 12:00 - 2:00 PM volcano for a roaring good time! #117022-A 2/7 Hedgehogs & Hearts

The Owl’s Nest

Pre-School Family Fun Nights

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Ages 7 - 13 Penfield Community Center Domenic Danesi, Ready to Respond Training Fee: $40.00

Maples Owls

F - 11:00 - 11:30 AM The Barn Owl, 1807 Penfield Rd. All ages welcome; parents welcome to stay Fee: $5/child

This course is designed to provide youth (ages 11-15), who are planning to babysit, with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training will help participants to develop leadership skills; learn how to develop a babysitting business; keep themselves and others safe, and help children behave. Through handson practice, the successful candidate will receive certification as an American Red Cross babysitter as well as certification in American Red Cross First Aid. Students are required to bring a self-addressed stamped envelope to the class. Brown bag lunches are encouraged. Questions - please call Domenic at 281-4208. #116610-A 2/1 #216610-A 4/5 Sa - 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Ages 11 - 15 Penfield Community Center Domenic Danesi, Red Cross Instructor Fee: $75.00 (Indicate date choice on registration.)

Winter

Has the weather got you down? We’ll explore the season in warmth and style! Your family can make snowmen and igloos that won’t melt, help with an interactive story, and snack on warm snowflakes. 3/13

Five Senses

Come try some activities to learn about the five senses. We’ll make great smelling playdough, exploring finger paint, our own instruments and more! Lots of creative ways to explore sight, sound, touch, smell and taste.

Red Cross Babysitting

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Social Networking and Internet Safety

Let’s celebrate the warmer weather! We will create spring decorations for your home, enjoy a rainbow snack, sing, read, dance and play some classic games together.

This course teaches students safe social media practices and safe internet practices. Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, chat rooms, and cyberbullying are all covered. Role playing and internet Jeopardy are also part of the course. A certificate of completion and worksheets are given to each student. Questions - please call Domenic at 2814208.

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Th - 6:00 - 7:15 PM Ages 2 – 5 with parent Penfield Community Center Sherry Murray Fee: $15.00 each class

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#216814-A 4/26 Sa - 9:00 - 10:30 AM Ages 10 - 14 (Parents welcome to attend with your child.) Penfield Community Center Domenic Danesi, Ready to Respond Training Fee: $35.00

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Don’t Forget!

Register early for your program - if it doesn’t meet minimum enrollment, it will be cancelled!

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Music to Grow

Little People’s Gym

Parents - share an open gym time with your little one at the Penfield Community Center. All classes held at Penfield Community Center We provide the equipment (mats, geometric shapes, balls, etc.); you provide the energy! Fee: $57.00 per class RESIDENTS ONLY!! NOTE: This gym *Dance recital Friday, June 13 for all Friday time is for family use only please. This gym time is not appropriate for home/day classes* care providers. with Jodi Marcello, American Dance Academy

Intro to Dance, Movement & Tumbling Ages 2-5 with parent

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1/16 - 2/27 (no class 2/20) 3/6 - 4/10 5/1 - 6/12 (no class 5/22) (6 classes)

Creative Movement -

Ages 3-5 Children will be introduced to very basic tap & ballet movement. Participation will focus on group activities to include dance movement, tumbling, and dance exercise. Music for class is geared toward the preschool child. Ballet shoes recommended. Boys welcome! #102830-A #102830-B #102830-C F - 9:30 - 10:10 AM

1/17 - 2/28 (no class 2/21) 3/7 - 4/11 5/2 - 6/13 (no class 5/23) (6 classes)

#102830-D 1/17 - 2/28 (no class 2/21) #102830-E 3/7 - 4/11 #102830-F 5/2 - 6/13 (no class 5/23) F - 3:20 - 4:00 PM (6 classes)

Tap, Ballet & Tumbling -

Ages 5-9 Children will develop skills in the area of tap, ballet, and tumbling. Ballet shoes recommended, along with a pair of hardsole shoes for tap. #102840-A 1/17 - 2/28 (no class 2/21) #102840-B 3/7 - 4/11 #102840-C 5/2 - 6/13 (no class 5/23) F - 4:05 - 4:50 PM (6 classes)

Hip Hop -

Ages 8-13 Boys and girls - enjoy learning the latest dance moves while getting a great workout! Dance the afternoon away, meet new friends and have a great time. #102841-A 1/17 - 2/28 (no class 2/21) #102841-B 3/7 - 4/11 #102841-C 5/2 - 6/13 (no class 5/23) F - 4:55 - 5:40 PM (6 classes)

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Penfield Community Center Gym Parents and tots Fee: Free! The schedule of Little Peoples’ Gym times will be posted on-line at penfieldrec.org on a monthly basis. A hard copy of the monthly calendar will be available by the gym doors.

Penfield Presbyterian Church

Day Care Center * and Preschool * Since 1983

Ages 6 mos. - 12 yrs. We provide high quality, affordable child care and preschool in a fun, nurturing environment. Our experienced teachers focus on each child as an individual in a hands-on, play based learning environment.

You’re invited to our

Preschool Open House! January 25, 2014 9:30 - 11:00 am

Call anytime for a tour! Open 5 days a week year round 1881 Jackson Rd., Penfield (585) 377-0122 ppdcc@rochester.rr.com

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In order to further promote our programs, participants may be photographed or video taped during a program. If you do NOT want photos of those listed on the registration form, please contact the Recreation Office.

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Does your child like music? Then they will love this! Music is motivating and fun. It provides a great opportunity to socialize, build confidence, move and make choices while developing musical skills. Children will participate in singing, dancing, movement and playing instruments. New activities each session. (Please no infants in class.) Please note that an adult must accompany EACH child enrolled. Ages 22 months - 3 1/2 yrs. with parent/guardian #105640-A #105640-B #105640-C #105640-D

1/15 - 2/5 2/26 - 3/19 4/9 - 5/7 (no class 4/16) 5/21 - 6/11

W - 6:30 - 7:05 PM Penfield Community Center Barb Bonisteel Fee: $36.00 (4 classes)

Music, Instruments and Fun!

Instruments, parachute, scarves, puppets and more! Each week your child will experience a variety of musical activities incorporating movement, instrument play, pitch matching and singing. Along with rhythm instruments, our musical songs will incorporate resonator bells, glockenspiels and drums. New songs/activities each session. Ages 3 1/2 - 5 (without parent) #105642-A #105642-B #105642-C #105642-D

1/15 - 2/5 2/26 - 3/19 4/9 - 5/7 (no class 4/16) 5/21 - 6/11

W - 5:45 - 6:20 PM Penfield Community Center Barb Bonisteel Fee: $36.00 (4 classes)

Music to Grow for All!

Can’t join us for class each week? Do you have an infant, toddler or older child that loves music? Then this one-time class is for you and your child! Come out for an evening of singing, instrument play, movement and musical fun! New songs and materials presented in each class! Ages: 6 months - 5 years (with adult)

#105641-A 2/12 #105641-B 4/2 #105641-C 5/14 W - 6:00 - 6:40 PM Penfield Community Center Barb Bonisteel Fee: $8.00

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Youth Wellness Wiggles, Giggles & Jiggles - with Miss Lisa!

Bumper Bowling

Bumper Bowling is designed especially for pre-school children. Tubing is laid down in the gutters so that each child knocks down Great Preschool and Kindergarten readiness pins with every throw. Program includes: class that incorporates the use of gym one game and shoes. Pizza and soft drink equipment, parachute, scooters, instruments, provided on the final day of bowling along participation trophy each session. music and much more! Weekly theme with Shoe sizes start at child’s 13; anyone with with fun movement activities and songs smaller feet is asked to BRING, NOT that promote gross motor skills, following WEAR, his/her sneakers. NOTE: Parents directions, and social interaction for both must stay with children and assist with caregivier and child! Sneakers required and bowling. snack provided. #101810-A 2/4 - 3/11 (no class 2/18) Tu-10:30AM #105430-A #105430-B #105430-C #105430-D M - 9:30 - 10:30 AM

1/13 - 2/24 (no class 1/20, 2/17) 3/3 - 3/31 4/7 - 5/12 (no class 4/14) 5/19 - 6/23 (no class 5/26)

- New Afternoon Wiggles! 1/16 - 2/13 2/27 - 3/27 4/3 - 5/8 (no class 4/17) 5/15 - 6/19 (no class 6/12)

Ages 2 - 4 years with parent Penfield Community Center Lisa Magliato (certified early elementary teacher) Fee: $51.00 (5 classes)

Sports Activities Bowling Beginners and experts alike come out and join the fun. Program includes: two games each week, shoe rental, trophy, and a party at the end of season. Would you like to bowl with a friend? Teams are formed 1st day of program. Please note, to make games move along, we will accommodate up to five per team. Parents are welcome to watch. Please note that bowlers will bowl on their own, staff will supervise lanes, however direct supervision is not provided.

2/6 - 3/13 (no class 2/20) Th-10:30AM

#101810-C 3/18 - 4/22 (no class 4/15) Tu-10:30AM #101810-D

#105430-E 1/15 - 2/12 #105430-F 2/26 - 3/26 #105430-G 4/2 - 5/7 (no class 4/16) #105430-H 5/14 - 6/11 W - 10:15 - 11:15 AM

#105430-I #105430-J #105430-K #105430-L Th - 1:00 - 2:00 PM

#101810-B

3/20 - 4/24 (no class 4/17) Th-10:30AM

Ages 3 - 6 (5 classes) Empire Lanes, 2400 Empire Blvd. (next to AMC Webster Theater) Fee: $33.00

Gymnastics - Beginner

Beginner is the Level 1 and 2 USA tumbling program. Skills stressed in tumbling: forward roll through cartwheels, as well as floor exercise combinations. Uniform requirements: Girls - leotard, Boys - gym shorts & t-shirt. Children are barefooted. Parent Observation Day - final class for each session. Children must be of age BEFORE the first class. #114610-A

2/24 - 3/31

#214610-A

4/21 - 6/2 (no class 5/26)

M - 4:00 - 4:45 PM Ages 6 - 12 (6 classes) Gymnastics Training Center, 2051 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road Gymnastics Training Center staff Fee: $68.00

Gymnastics for Tiny Tumblers

This program will include basic tumbling and exercise. It is designed to enhance motor skills, confidence and coordination. Uniform requirements: Girls - leotard, Boys - gym shorts & t-shirt. Children are barefooted. Parent Observation Day - second to last class for each session. Children must be of age BEFORE the first class.

#111830-A 2/7 - 5/2 (no class 2/21 & 4/18) F - 4:15 - 6:00 PM (11 classes)

#104620-A

2/24 - 3/31

#204620-A

4/21 - 6/2 (no class 5/26)

#111830-B 2/8 - 5/3 (no class 2/22 & 4/19) Sa - 9:30 - 11:15 AM (11 classes)

M - 4:00 - 4:30 PM (6 classes) Ages 4 - 5 (Boys & Girls) Gymnastics Training Center, 2051 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road Gymnastics Training Center staff Fee: $53.00

Ages 8 & up Empire Lanes, 2400 Empire Blvd. (next to LOEWS Theaters) Fee: $67.00

Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org

Horseback Riding Intro This is a comprehensive five-week program giving the student an overview of the basic principles and techniques of the Equestrian sport. The riding lesson lasts an hour and an additional half hour is spent learning the care of horses (grooming, tacking up, blanketing) and equipment. Questions, call TrueNorth Equestrian Center at 377-3476 or go to www.truenorthequestrian.com. #215810-A 4/21 - 5/19 M - 6:30 - 8:00 PM #215810-B 4/23 - 5/21 W - 4:00 - 5:30 PM Ages 7 & up 5 classes - maximum 4 students per class TrueNorth Equestrian Center, 3476 Atlantic Ave. Fee: $150.00 (riding helmets provided) Please wear weather appropriate clothing and a hard-sole shoe or boot.

Indoor Lacrosse Boys Instructional Beginner/Intermediate Designed for newer lacrosse players or those who may have developed stick skills on their own but not yet played organized lacrosse. Also appropriate for players interested in trying out for the scholastic modified team for the first time and/or PYL players still learning the fundamentals of the game. Instruction in all basics: throwing, catching, ground balls, positions, etc. as well as instruction on game flow, transition play, and what to expect when entering your first game. Participants must supply their own stick. Other equipment supplied in cooperation with the Penfield Youth Lacrosse organization - see information below concerning equipment distribution. In the program setting, children are divided in smaller groups, according to grade. #115220-A 1/4 - 2/8 (no class 1/11) Sa - 12:00 - 1:30 PM Grades 1 - 8 Bay Trail Gym (5 classes) Instruction: Penfield Scholastic Varsity and JV coaches and players Fee: $50.00 includes mouth guard and all equipment use - except for stick. MUST BRING OWN STICK. **REGISTRATION BEGINS 12/26** Important: Equipment (helmet and pads) for those who do not have their own, will be fitted and distributed at Bay Trail on Saturday 1/4 prior to the start of the program (please arrive 30 min early). A deposit check in the amount of $100, payable to Penfield Youth Lacrosse, will be collected/required at the equipment fitting. The equipment will be “on loan” courtesy of PYL. The deposit check will be returned at final class upon return of all equipment.

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Youth Wellness Athletic Strong

Indoor Youth Soccer League Co-Ed

Improve your performance in your sport! Off-season training will maximize your strength, power, speed, and mobility, Designed to provide youth with a positive making you a better athlete! opportunity to enjoy and participate in the exciting and fast game of Indoor Soccer! #125840-B 1/13 - 3/7 Games are held on Saturdays. Teams will #225840-B 4/7 - 5/30 be formed after the first session.

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M, W & F - 3:30 - 4:30 PM (8 weeks) Grades 8 - 12 (boys and girls) Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Certified Personal Trainers Fee: $99.00

Girls Strong Calling all girls!!! Increase your fitness level, speed, power and strength. Whether you are on a team or just looking to increase your fitness level, this is the class for you! #125840-A

1/14 - 3/6

#225840-A

4/8 - 5/29

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Tu & Th - 3:30 - 4:30 PM (16 classes) Grades 8 - 12 Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Samantha Featherman Fee: $89.00

Penfield Youth Lacrosse 2014 Spring Season (April- June) Registration for PYL’s spring season began on December 1. Those who sign up before January 15 will receive an early bird discount. The program is open to boys and girls in grades 1-6. Previous experience is not necessary. Visit the PYL website to register: www.penfieldyouthlacrosse.com

#118510-A 6 - 7 year olds #118510-B 8 - 9 year olds 1/18 - 3/8 (no class 2/22) Sa - 8:30 - 10:00 AM (7 sessions) Bay Trail gym Fee: $35.00 (includes t-shirt)

Junior Golf

This is the place for the junior golfer to start! Your junior golfer will be taught Grip, Aim, Posture and Swing motion in a fun, positive and entertaining manner. Our expansive teaching center allows us to utilize the “multiple stations” learning program by moving the student from the Driving range hitting balls to the short game area and to putting green during each session, thus keeping each days activities fresh and fun. Skills challenges will be conducted and prizes will be given at the completion of the program. Questions - call 377-5200. #214410- A 4/26 - 5/17 Sa - 10:30 - 11:30 AM Ages 7 - 10

Volunteer assistance provides the base support of this program; please indicate your willingness to be a volunteer on your child’s registration form.

Judo for Youth

#214410- B 4/26 - 5/17 Sa - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Ages 11 - 15 Dan Cordaro, PGA Director of Golf Eagle Vale Golf Club, 4344 Nine Mile Point Road 4 classes Fee: $79.00 (includes balls and golf clubs, if needed)

Learn the basics of Judo. Participation at the beginner level is a prerequisite for the intermediate level. Uniforms are required and can be rented for $10.00 and a deposit check (see instructor at 1st class). Classes are taught by members of the Bushido Kai Judo Club. For more information, visit www.bushidokai.net. Intermediate #115010-A 1/18 - 3/29 (no class 2/22) Sa - 3:00 - 4:00 PM (10 classes) Fee: $50.00 ($38.00 for each additional family member #115010-C)

Beginner #115010-B 1/18 - 3/29 (no class 2/22) Sa - 4:00 - 5:00 PM (10 classes) Fee: $50.00 ($38.00 for each additional family member #115010-D)

#215010-A 4/12 - 6/21 (no class 4/19, 4/26, 5/24) Sa - 3:00 - 4:00 PM (8 classes) Fee: $35.00 ($27.00 for each additional family member #215010-C)

#215010-B 4/12 - 6/21 (no class 4/19, 4/26, 5/24) Sa - 4:00 - 5:00 PM (8 classes) Fee: $35.00 ($27.00 for each additional family member #215010-D)

Ages 5 - 10 Penfield Community Center Bushido Kai Judo Club

Ages 5 - 10 Penfield Community Center Bushido Kai Judo Club

Penfield Youth Lacrosse Pre-School Program (May-June) PYL is very excited to offer a Pre-School lacrosse program. The program is open to 4-6 year old boys and girls. This will be a fun introduction to the game of lacrosse. The program will take place on Saturday mornings. Visit the PYL website to register: www.penfieldyouthlacrosse.com

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Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org


Youth Wellness Game On

Have fun while we learn principles of fitness, develop movement skills, and participate in sports-related games and activities. Lessons that will be taught include tag games, throwing and catching games, scooter hockey, basketball lessons and more. Note: sneakers and socks must be worn each day . #105420-A

1/14 - 2/25 (no class 2/4)

#205420-A

3/11 - 4/22 (no class 4/1)

Tu - 5:00 - 5:45 PM (6 classes) Ages 5-7 Penfield Community Center Domenic Danesi, certified PE teacher and coach Fee: $59.00

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Sports ABCs for Tots

These classes will help give your child the basic skills and confidence needed to get started on the right path of the organized youth sport experience. Class sessions involve activities that are encouraging and develop basic motor skills in a fun, non-threatening, non-competitive way. Activities will provide exposure and experience in the basic motor skills involved in many organized sports such as: catching, throwing, kicking, running, and jumping - all needed when they take that first step into “organized sports.” Join us for this fun experience! Returning participants welcome! #205421- A 3/8 - 3/29 Sa - 10:15 - 11:15 AM (4 classes) Ages 3 - 5 Penfield Community Center Mark Vogt and Ed Porto - Penfield School District educators and coaches Fee: $35.00

Sporty Sprouts

Softball Instruction for Girls

Tennis - Indoor

Indoor tennis instructional program for youth ages 4 and up and adults will begin in This is a fun, instructional class where late January. For more information please young girls can learn the fundamentals of see page 29. softball: hitting, throwing, catching, and running bases. #218610-A 5/6 - 6/3 Tu - 4:15 - 5:15 PM (5 classes) Ages Kindergarten - 3rd grade Veterans’ Memorial Park, 3100 Atlantic Ave Fee: $25.00 - includes t-shirt

Tennis - Pee Wee This class is designed for children ages 4-6. Fun drills are used to help develop hand-eye coordination, and to become familiar on the tennis court. Participants will also be taught how to hold and swing the racquet. We will also be using the “Quick Start” programs designed by the USTA to help give children of this age more success. #219291-A 5/10 - 6/14 (no class 5/24) Veterans’ Memorial Park Sa - 11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon Ages 4 - 6 Mark Banford Fee: $60.00 (5 classes)

Tennis - Future Stars

Youth Volleyball

Have fun learning how to play volleyball. A combination of skill learning and team play will be emphasized. #119640-A 2/1 - 3/1 (no class 2/22) Sa - 9:00 - 10:00 AM (4 classes) Grades 4 & 5 Location TBA #119640-B 2/1 - 3/1 (no class 2/22) Sa - 10:30 - 11:45 AM (4 classes) Grades 6, 7, & 8 Location TBA #219640-A 3/15 - 4/5 Sa - 8:30 - 9:30 AM (4 classes) Grades 4 & 5 Location TBA #219640-B 3/15 - 4/5 Sa - 9:45 - 11:00 AM (4 classes) Grades 6, 7, & 8 Location TBA Mike Fusare, PHS Varsity Boys Coach Fee: Grades 4 & 5 - $20.00 Grades 6, 7 & 8 - $24.00

This class is designed to cover the technical aspects of tennis that will help develop good tennis habits. We cover proper grips, swing motion and tennis shots. Competitive drilling, and match play are used to reinforce This instructional wrestling program for good habits. (Beginner & Adv. Beg.) children in grades 1-6 is designed to create a #219292-A 5/10 - 6/14 (no class 5/24) positive and structured learning environment Veterans’ Memorial Park for youth wrestlers. Participants will Sa - 12:00 - 1:00 PM be exposed to the sport through basic Ages 7 - 12 fundamentals and drills appropriate for their Mark Banford age group. There will be an emphasis on fun Fee: $60.00 (5 classes) and participation through drilling, practicing and live wrestling situations.

Wrestling

Sporty Sprouts is a preschool, tri-sport program for boys and girls ages 3 - 5. In this six-week session, children will be introduced to soccer, tennis and basketball in a fun, fast-paced setting. Our goal is to spark your child’s curiosity for sports by teaching Contact Penfield Recreation Department for them the basic skills through age adaptive a program flyer and registration form with These players have taken tennis lessons and equipment and games. Come have fun! are used to proper tennis skills. Players are program dates. thinking about playing high school tennis #118050-A 1/18 - 3/1 (no class 2/22) For dates refer to flyer and tournaments & want to make tennis #119010-A Sa - 10:15 - 11:00 AM (6 classes) one of their primary sports. Technical as 6:30 - 8:00 PM #118050-B 3/8 - 4/12 well as competitive drilling is covered. Grades 1 - 6 PHS East Gym Sa - 11:45 AM - 12:30 PM (6 classes) (Intermediate & Advanced) Scott Kropman - Youth development coach

Tennis - Intermediate to Adv.

#218050-A 4/26 - 5/31 Sa - 10:15 - 11:00 AM (6 classes) Ages 3 - 5 Penfield Community Center Gym Cathy Downs Fee: $66.00

Penfield Recreation

#219293-A 5/10 - 6/14 (no class 5/24) Veterans’ Memorial Park Sa - 1:00 - 2:30 PM Ages 10 - 15 Mark Banford Fee: $95.00 (5 classes)

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org

Pat Quinlan Asst. Penfield Wrestling Coach, student athletes, and volunteers to assist

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Youth Soccer League

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Ages 6 - 14

June 2 - July 31, 2014

The league is designed to provide youth with a positive opportunity to learn, enjoy, and participate in the sport of soccer.

REGISTRATION: Please use 2014 Soccer Registration form to register for this program. Mail-in or drop-off (to Penfield Recreation, 1985 Baird Road) starting January 2, 2014. We will continue to accept registration, as space allows. Additional forms may be obtained at the Recreation office and at www.penfieldrec.org. FEE:

$55.00 per participant (includes uniform of shirt and socks); MUST provide own shin guards. NOTE: Additional fee of $5.00 per registration form for registration forms received AFTER 5/5/14.

***Photo Day - Saturday, June 7*** COURSE # AGE GROUP*

PROGRAM/ GAME NIGHT

#218510-A #218510-B

6 Coed 6 Coed

Tuesday Thursday

#218520-A #218520-B

7 Girls 7 Boys

Monday Monday

#218530-A #218530-B

8/9/10 Girls 8/9/10 Boys

Wednesday Tuesday

#218540-A

11/12 Coed

Thursday

#218550-A

13/14 Coed

Thursday

ALL AGE DIVISIONS: Children will be assigned to a designated team. Teams will have a consistent person(s) who will coach/facilitate that “team” for the duration of the season. All league/program activities take place on Penfield Town parkland and/or School District properties. Practices are scheduled on a day, time, and location of the individual coach’s discretion. No recreation soccer is played the week of June 30 - July 4.

*To qualify for an age group the child must be that age by the end of the program (i.e. - a 6 year-old who will turn 7 before July 31 is eligible for the 7 age group.)

GENERAL LEAGUE FORMAT - The learning environment of the age divisions of the Penfield Recreation soccer program is structured to progress children through game/activity experiences appropriate to their developing physical and mental abilities. In the 6 & 7 divisions the children play the Micro format. 8 and above divisions play regular formatted soccer. REQUESTS: Although we attempt to meet requests for team placement (i.e. play with friend, neighbor, particular coach), THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO GUARANTEES! COACHES: VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!! Teams are coached by enthusiastic persons who volunteer their time so that children may enjoy the sport. We need your support! If you would like to volunteer your services, please indicate on the registration form. These youth need your support and interest! Before the start of the program all coaches are invited to a coaches meeting on May 20 to discuss their league format. REGISTRATION: Please register one child per form. Additional youth soccer registration forms may be obtained at the Recreation Department and on our website at www.penfieldrec.org - click Forms. REFUNDS: All refunds are based upon date of notification to the Penfield Recreation Office. Prior to April 14: Subject to a $10.00 processing fee; April 15 - May 2: Refund amount $20.00; May 3 - May 23: Medical refunds only, or when wait list exists to fill vacancy. Refund amount $15.00; Post May 24: No refund. NOTE: We reserve the right to cancel or limit programs. Refunds for department cancellation are for full amount. The Town of Penfield does not carry medical insurance for program participants. Player headgear remains optional for participation in our 2014 soccer league. NYSWYSA Board recommends that parents read the information available on protective headgear to determine the best decision for their child. PROGRAM OPERATION: 6 Division: Children meet one night per week (choose Tuesday or Thursday) from 6:30 - 7:30 pm. Parents will receive a letter in late May with specific details of when and where the program will operate. Children will take home a program soccer ball at the conclusion of the program. 7 Division: Children meet two times per week. Coaches will hold one practice per week - location, time, and day scheduled at their discretion. Meeting time on Mondays is either 6:15 or 7:15 pm; boys and girls alternate times weekly and will receive a schedule for the entire program on the first meeting night. Halfway into the season, teams will begin play against one another in fun, micro format “games.” 8-14 Divisions: Children will be contacted by their coach in late May; practices will begin at that time. Teams usually play one game per week between the hours of 6:00 - 8:30 pm. Games are generally played on the designated night although some alternate play days may be necessary. Practice locations, days, and times, may vary from week to week and are held at the discretion of the coach.

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Soccer

Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org


Youth Soccer League 2014 YOUTH SOCCER REGISTRATION FORM (Please Print)

PARTICIPANT NAME________________________________________________________________________________________________ AGE ____________ DATE OF BIRTH __________ /__________ / __________ GRADE (present) _________

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ADDRESS_______________________________________________________ CITY/TOWN___________________________ ZIP _________ HOME PHONE_____________________________________ Resident of Penfield/Penfield School Dist? YES_____ NO_____ CELL PHONE______________________________________ CARRIER (for texting purposes)_______________________________________ SCHOOL ATTENDING_______________________________________ SCHOOL CLOSEST TO HOME_______________________________ If school names differ, team placement preference would be:

____ with schoolmates

____ with children who live in closer proximity to home

Parent/Guardian, please complete this boxed area:

PARENT NAME __________________________________________________________ DAY PHONE #______________________________ PARENT NAME __________________________________________________________ DAY PHONE #______________________________

VOLUNTEERING: Coach? Y

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Assistant coach? Y

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VOL. NAME ___________________________________________

PRIMARY email address ____________________________________________________________________________________

Age group

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Fee Enclosed

$55.00

REQUESTS (May only be made at time of registration; CANNOT be guaranteed) 1. __________________________________________________ 2. _________________________________________________ WAIVER FOR PARTICIPATION

In consideration of your accepting my entry, and understanding that a certain amount of risk is inherent to some recreational programs, I hereby, for my child, my heirs, executors, and administrators, waiver and release any and all rights and claims for damages I or my child may have against the Town of Penfield and its representatives, successors, and assigns for any and all injuries suffered by myself or my child at any activity sponsored by these groups. Furthermore, in the event a refund is granted for myself or my child for whatever reason with the above stated activity, I do hereby authorize the Town of Penfield to execute a refund voucher on my behalf and submit for payment under the terms and conditions set forth in the Town of Penfield Refund and Registration Policy. Refunds are subject to a processing fee.

SIGNATURE_______________________________________________________ (PARENT/GUARDIAN) DATE ___________ PLEASE NOTE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION HERE (e.g. Special Needs, Physical/Medical Notes, Other):

Check payable to: 3-digit sec. code “Penfield Recreation” VISA / MC / DISC Exp. Date ___/___ Account # __________________________________________ | ___ ___ ___ Cardholder’s Name:______________________________ Authorized Signature _______________________________

Mail or Drop off form to: Penfield Recreation, 1985 Baird Road, Penfield NY 14526


Penfield Little League Bringing Championships to Our Community for Over 60 Years!

Join the league that produced more championships than any other league last year!

Learn from the most experienced coaches in the area, train with the future school stars of tomorrow, and play at the best complex in Monroe County! It’s all right here in Penfield! Only at Penfield Little League!

Register online at www.penfieldbaseball.com


Youth Wellness December, February & April Break Activities Bowling

Note: Bumper bowling is limited to three per lane. Lane assignments are made at time of registration. Please indicate the names of the individuals you want as lane partners on the bottom of the form. No registration accepted after 11:00 AM on 2/18 #111820-A Bumper Bowling - 2/19 Ages 3 - 6 - Parent must accompany their child No registration accepted after 11:00 AM on 4/14 #211820-A Bumper Bowling - 4/16 Ages 3 - 6 - Parent must accompany their child W - 9:30 - 12:00 NOON Empire Lanes, 2400 Empire Blvd. Transportation on your own Fee: $12.00 includes 2 games of bowling, shoes, hot dog or pizza slice & soft drink. Bring sneakers - you may wear them if they run short in your bowling shoe size (sizes begin at childs 13).

Jazzy Dance

Gymnastics Camp at GTC Explore Space through Art The Gymnastics Training Center (GTC) Camp is a fun-filled & active day that includes instruction on all gymnastics events (except the trampoline). Other games and physical challenges will be included to keep you moving, learning & engaged. Bring a lunch & two healthy snacks each day. Questions, call GTC at 388-8686. 2/17 - 2/21 - February Break #114620-A M - F - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Fee: $150.00 (5 classes) 4/14 - 4/18 - April Break #214620-A M - F - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Fee: $150.00 (5 classes) #214620-B M - F - 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Fee: $150.00 (5 classes) #214620-C M - F - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fee: $250.00 (5 classes) Ages 5 - 12

GTC, 2051 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road (December Break Week) Three sessions of fun. Join us as we “turn Gymnastics Training Center staff up the sound,” get moving and put together some fun dance routines. Focus will be on fun, learning, and improving fundamental dance skills. Please wear workout clothes Please see information on pages 8 & 10 on and sneakers. Bring a drink and a snack. Family Open Swim, Lifeguarding, WSI #419041-A 12/30, 12/31 & 1/2/14 and Springboard Diving offered during the M, Tu, Th - 9:00 - 11:00 AM school break.

Swimming Programs

Grades K - 6 Penfield Community Center Danielle Staversky & PHS Dance Team members Fee: $24.00 - register immediately. Registration for this program began 9/3/13.

This mini-camp will feature take-home projects that explore space through various art projects. We w i l l c r e a t e fun-filled projects such as alien puppets, sculpture clay, and planetary landscape based on discussions of the solar system and beyond. Weather permitting we will observe the Sun through a special solar telescope and explore features such as sunspots and prominences. Wear old clothes or bring a smock. Bring a drink and a snack.

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#218010-A 4/14 & 4/15 M & Tu - 12:00 - 4:00 PM (2 days) Ages 8 - 12 Penfield Community Center Joe Altieri, Certified K-12 Art Educator & Space Enthusiast Fee: $40.00 (includes all supplies)

Don’t Forget!

Register early for your program - if it doesn’t meet minimum enrollment, it will be cancelled!

The Young, Open & Honest Players

Picnic

~ 29 Years Young! ~

by William Inge

Wednesday, April 2 4:00 PM, Penfield Community Center

Auditions!

The play takes place on Labor Day weekend in the joint back yards of two middle-aged widows. The one house belongs to Flo Owens who lives there with her two maturing daughters, Madge and Millie, and a boarder who is a spinster school teacher. The other house belongs to Helen Potts, who lives with her elderly and invalid mother. Into this female atmosphere comes a young man named Hal Carter, whose animal vitality seriously upsets the entire group. Hal is a most interesting character, a child of parents who ignored him, self-conscious of his failings and his position behind the eight ball. Flo is sensitively wary of temptations for her daughters. Madge, bored with being only a beauty, sacrifices her chances for a wealthy marriage for the excitement Hal promises. Her sister Millie finds her balance for the first time through the stranger’s brief attention. And the spinster is stirred to make an issue out of the dangling courtship that has brightened her life in a dreary, minor way. Winner of a 1953 Pulitzer, Picnic is noted to be an American classic for every generation. Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org

YOHP Performance Class Ages 8-12 A great introduction into the world of acting. Students will have the opportunity to rehearse and perform in a short play while learning some basic skills that can help develop creativity, self esteem and memorization skills. Students will perform for an audience on Friday, April 4 at 6:30 PM. Class meets once a week on Tuesdays. Student must be available for the 4/4 performance to participate. #113210-A 1/28 -4/1 (no class 2/18 & 3/4) Tu - 4:30 - 5:30 PM Penfield Community Center Fee: $48.00 (8 classes and one performance on 4/4 at 6:30 PM)

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Youth Wellness

Save 10% on day camps by registering on -line!

Day Camp Penfield Recreation’s Summer Day Camp program offers a wide range of activities and experiences. Day Camp will provide each child an opportunity to explore new activities along with the fun and enjoyment of all the past favorites. During the course of the summer, offerings may include: active games, quiet games, arts/crafts, sports activities, field days, specials and an event or two with other day camp sites. Each day camp will also offer unique activities planned by individual site staff.

Registration: Register for any or all of the sessions offered. Please note session dates, playground sites and registration fee (per child) for each session. Please indicate second/third choices on the registration form should you be closed out of your first choice. The Community Center option does fill quickly.

NOTES!

Scribner and Bay Trail programs moved to Cobbles due to facility renovations

Camp Information: Ages - Completion of Kindergarten-14 years M - F 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Lunch hour: Noon - 1:00 PM (Supervised) You must provide your own lunch.

Swim Lessons: Note if registered at PCC; Camp Staff will walk your child to swim lessons - see page 11 for lesson info.

*Extended Hours Option - available only for DAY CAMP LOCATIONS: children enrolled at the Penfield Community Harris Whalen Park, Cobbles Road School and Center Park Camp location. “Extended hours” Penfield Community Center (PCC) involves an 8:00 AM drop off option and a 5:00 (Locations are contingent on school facility approvals.) PM pick up option. Children at the Community Center Camp may be registered for one or both extended hour options.

Refund policy for Day Camp and K-One: A $25.00 non refundable handling charge will be assessed to all cancellations (each course Number) - No refund one week prior to program start date.

*Each camp session will include a bowling field trip.

Day Camp Session I 6/30 - 7/11 (no camp 7/4) Fee: $148 - 9 days

Schedule

K-One Day Camp

Session III 7/28 - 8/8 Fee: $164 - 10 days

Harris Whalen Park #313010-B Cobbles Elem. School #313010-C *Community Center (PCC) #313010-D

Harris Whalen Park #313030-B Cobbles Elem. School #313030-C *Community Center (PCC) #313030-D

*Extended Hours - Session I - For children enrolled in Community Center location only

*Extended Hours - Session III - For children enrolled in Community Center location only

8:00 AM Option - Fee: $28.00 - #313011-A 5:00 PM Option - Fee: $28.00 - #313011-B

8:00 AM Option - Fee: $31.00 - #313031-A 5:00 PM Option - Fee: $31.00 - #313031-B

Session II 7/14 - 7/25 Fee: $164 - 10 days

Session IV 8/11 - 8/15 Fee: $82 - 5 days

Harris Whalen Park #313020-B Cobbles Elem. School #313020-C *Community Center (PCC) #313020-D *Extended Hours - Session II - For children enrolled in Community Center location only

*Community Center (PCC) #313040-D 8:00 AM Option - Fee: $16.00 - #313041-A 5:00 PM Option - Fee: $16.00 - #313041-B

Preschool Day Camp is designed to create an atmosphere where Pre-Schoolers are encouraged to participate in games and activities that promote positive interaction and cooperation. Activities are conducted within a playful learning environment. Ages: 3 to 5 (pre-kindergarten) Locations: Cobbles Elem. School Content: Program offers arts/crafts, games, sports, story time, theme days and special events. A snack is provided. Preschool Camp size is limited; staff to child ratio of 1 to 5. • Child must be of age by start date of the session. • Children must be toilet trained.

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Ages K - 1st Grade (Finished Kindergarten or 1st grade) M - F - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Lunch hour: NOON - 1:00 PM Supervised lunch, you must provide your own lunch. K-One DAY CAMP LOCATION: Cobbles Elem. School Session I 6/30 - 7/11 (no camp 7/4) #303060-A Fee: $148.00 (9 days) Session II 7/14 - 7/25 #303060-B Fee: $164.00 (10 days) Session III 7/28 - 8/8 #303060-C Fee: $164.00 (10 days)

8:00 AM Option - Fee: $31.00 - #313021-A 5:00 PM Option - Fee: $31.00 - #313021-B

Preschool Day Camp

K-One camp is designed for younger first time campers. Setting offers smaller groups and age range. This camp setting includes many of the activities that are programmed for the K - 14 group.

*Monday, Wednesday, Friday Mornings 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Session I 6/30 - 7/11 (no camp 7/4) #303051-A Fee: $80.00 (5 days)

*Tuesday and Thursday Mornings 9:00 AM - 12:00 NOON Session I 7/1 - 7/10 #303052-A Fee: $64.00 (4 days)

Session II #303051-B

7/14 - 7/25 Fee: $96.00 (6 days)

Session II #303052-B

7/15 - 7/24 Fee: $64.00 (4 days)

Session III #303051-C

7/28 - 8/8 Fee: $96.00 (6 days)

Session III #303052-C

7/29 - 8/7 Fee: $64.00 (4 days)

*Monday, Wednesday, Friday Afternoons 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Session I 6/30 - 7/11 (no camp 7/4) #303053-A Fee: $80.00 (5 days) Session II #303053-B

7/14 - 7/25 Fee: $96.00 (6 days)

Session III #303053-C

7/28 - 8/8 Fee: $96.00 (6 days)

Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org


Adult Wellness Crafts & Arts Great Handmade Cards In a world of texts and emails, there is nothing that shows someone you really care like a hand-written card. And if the card is hand-made, then it becomes a real treasure. Each month we will make ten cards (five each of two designs). These cards will be made using high quality card stock, stamped images and embellishments. Please bring a pair of scissors and your favorite paper-craft adhesive. Envelopes provided. The class is open to all levels. #232410-A

3/18 - Thank You Cards

#232410-B

4/15 - Birthday Cards

#232410-C

5/20 - All Occasion Cards

#232410-D

3/18, 4/15, 5/20 - Series

Tu - 6:30 - 8:30 PM Penfield Community Center Maureen Ward, Stampin’ Up! Fees: $23.00 for A, B or C $58.00 for D

Painting and Drawing Art starts with desire! Come find the artist in you. Learn to paint. Choose your own medium (oil, watercolor, pastel, ink, pencil or acrylics). Plan for a fun-filled adventure. Watercolor supplies provided for first class. Beginners always welcome. #132460-A

1/27 - 3/24 (no class 2/17)

#232460-A 4/7 - 6/16 (no class 4/21, 5/26 & 6/2) M - 9:30 AM - 12:00 NOON (8 classes) Penfield Community Center Martha Sweeney Fee: $64.00

3-Dimensional Felting

Pisanki Easter Egg Decorating Class The program will be facilitated by the Polish Heritage Society of Rochester. Participants will receive a brief history of the craft as well as step-by-step instruction on how to create their own unique piece of art. #232455-A 4/12 Sa- 1:00 - 4:00 PM Penfield Community Center Fee: $20.00

Dance Ballroom Dance Club Beginners are welcome. Make new friends and get some exercise when you spend the evening ballroom dancing. For more info, please contact Steve Link of the Flower City Chapter of USA Dance at 967-6501 o r v i s i t w w w. flowercityballroom. org. Dress code is dressy casual or evening wear (no jeans or sneakers). Please bring dry shoes to change into if the weather is wet. 1/12, 2/9, 3/9, 4/13, 5/11 Su - 6:00 - 9:00 PM Penfield Community Center Fee payable at the door: $7-USA Dance Members, $12-Guests, $7-Students 18 & under

Ballroom Dance 1 - Newcomers Social dancing is more popular than ever. Don’t be left out on the sidelines wishing you could dance. It can change your life. This class is for beginners or those who want to revive their dancing. Join our newcomers class and learn both American and Latin rhythms including the exciting ”Samba”, the swing of Latin dances. Please sign up with a partner one week in advance of the first lesson (include partner’s name, address and signature on registration) and wear leather-sole shoes to move with fluid motion on the dance floor. Remember dancing is fun and keeps you young. #132860-A 1/23 - 3/27 Th - 7:00 – 8:00 PM 10 weeks - 9 weeks dance, last week optional Spring dance party Penfield Community Center Instructor: Virginia Fairfax-ZuZero assisted by Dave and Kathy Cooper Fee: $180.00 per couple

Ballroom Dance 2 Bring more fun into your dancing as you expand your repertoire in American and Latin rhythms. Perfect your lead and follow, and polish your style. Please sign up with a partner one week in advance of the first lesson (include partner’s name, address and signature on registration), and wear leathersole shoes. Prerequisite: 2-3 years – beginners or good foundation in ballroom dancing. #132860-B 1/23 - 3/27 Th - 8:00 – 9:00 PM 10 weeks - 9 weeks dance, last week optional Spring dance party Penfield Community Center Instructor: Virginia Fairfax-ZuZero assisted by Dave and Kathy Cooper Fee: $180.00 per couple

Learn to Ballroom Dance

Learn how to manipulate wool fibers into 3-dimensional figures using only the wool Come and learn the fundamentals of ballroom dance at these free classes. Both teens fibers (felt) and a needle. The felting needle and adults are welcome. Co-sponsored by Flower City Chapter USA Dance & Penfield is used to punch the fibers into various Recreation. shapes and sizes. Great gift idea! So much #132820-A 1/12 fun! #132415-A

2/5 - Felting Small Animals

#132415 -B

3/5 - Felting Bottle Tops

W - 6:00 - 8:00 PM (1 class) Penfield Community Center Fee: $25.00 (plus $15 material fee paid at first class)

Penfield Recreation

#132820-B #132820-C #232820-A #232820-B

2/9 3/9 4/13 5/11

Su - 5:15 - 6:00 PM Penfield Community Center Fee: Free (please pre-register)

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org

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Adult Wellness Dance

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Salsa I For newcomers or to refresh your dancing. Salsa music is infectious and you can’t sit still. Yes, you can learn exciting new moves and dance to this hot Latin rhythm. It’s fun and what a great way to exercise. No more excuses for sitting on the sidelines. Please sign up with a partner one week in advance of the first lesson (include partner’s name, address and signature on registration) and wear leather-sole shoes so you can move easily to the Salsa beat. #232870-A 4/17 - 5/22 Th - 7:00 - 8:00 PM (6 classes) Penfield Community Center Instructor: Virginia Fairfax-ZuZero assisted by Dave and Kathy Cooper Fee: $108.00 per couple

Salsa II For intermediate-advanced dancers. Prerequisite: experience with Salsa dancing basics. Please sign up with a partner one week in advance of the first lesson (include partner’s name, address and signature on registration) and wear leather-sole shoes so you can move easily to the Salsa beat. #232870-B 4/17 - 5/22 Th - 8:00 - 9:00 PM (6 classes) Penfield Community Center Instructor: Virginia Fairfax-ZuZero assisted by Dave and Kathy Cooper Fee: $108.00 per couple

Education AARP Tax Aide Income Tax Preparation (Free)

Dog Obedience Classes

Computer Classes with The Technology Guy, LLC Chris Roos, The Technology Guy, will demonstrate three introductory computer classes that will be presented using a digital projector. PCs will not be provided for the program but students may bring in their own laptops or tablets for convenience. Registration is required.

Intro to Windows 7 #132020-A 2/5 W - 7:00 - 8:00 PM Penfield Community Center The Technology Guy, LLC Free

Linked-In 101 #132020-C 4/2 W - 7:00 - 8:00 PM Penfield Community Center The Technology Guy, LLC Free

Driving - AARP Smart Driver Course

Designed for the mature licensed driver to: tune up driving skills, update knowledge of age-related physical changes & adjust driving for these changes. Upon completion, participants may receive up to a 10% multiyear discount on auto insurance, and DMV may assess up to a four-point reduction. You will develop a greater appreciation of driving challenges! 1/14 & 1/16 2/11 & 2/13 3/18 & 3/20 4/15 & 4/17 5/13 & 5/15

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1/18 - 2/22

#255850-A

5/3 - 6/14 ( no class 5/24)

This six-week class gets down to business with the basics. Teach your canine friend how to take you for a walk without dragging you around. Together you will learn how to focus your dog and all the basic commands “sit,” “down,” “stay,” and “come.” This class is for dogs six months and older. The first class is a discussion on class orientation, diet, exercise, behavior problems, and socializing, etc…PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR DOG TO THE 1st CLASS. Proof of vaccinations needed.

AARP Tax Aide will be offering free income tax preparation to low & middle income taxpayers, with special attention to those 60 & older at the Penfield Community Center, 1985 Baird Road. Every AARP Tax Aid preparer receives annual IRS training & 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (two classes per session) Penfield Community Center certification. AARP Instructor This service will be available by appointment Fee: $20.00 AARP member WEB only on Wednesday mornings, February 5 Fee: $25.00 non-member through April 9. Please call 340-8655, select Checks only, payable to AARP option 6 to make an appointment. Taxpayers should bring their 2013 tax return, all 2013 tax documents as well as a photo identification.

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#155850-A

Beginner Dog Obedience

#132020-B 3/5 W - 7:00 - 8:00 PM Penfield Community Center The Technology Guy, LLC Free

Tu/Th Tu/Th Tu/Th Tu/Th Tu/Th

Start your puppy’s training off right! This six-week class is the start to your puppy’s socialization, focus and basic training. Your instruction includes housebreaking, problem solving, body language and the start to your beginning obedience commands. This class is open to dogs eight weeks to six months old. The first class is a discussion on class orientation, diet, exercise, behavior problems, crate training, and socializing…PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR DOG TO THE 1st CLASS.

Sa - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Fee: $80.00

Intro to Windows 8

#143455-A #143455-B #143455-C #243455-A #243455-B

Puppy Kindergarten

Penfield Recreation

#155850-B

1/18 - 2/22

#255850-B

5/3 - 6/14 ( no class 5/24)

Sa - 12:30 - 1:30 PM Fee: $80.00 All dog classes held at the Penfield Community Center Gymnasium. Classes are instructed by KB Dog Training. Questions - call Kathy Boone at 880-5746.

Introduction to Digital Photography

This course will cover the workings of your digital camera, image composition, shooting techniques, and what to do with the images after capture. We will get your camera set up and demonstrate the various settings. Then enjoy taking some pictures using those settings and share them with the group. We will discuss what to do with all those wonderful pictures after you take them; how to edit them and share them. Finally, we will explore additional resources available as you continue to enjoy your camera. Please bring your camera and manual to class. For more information contact the instructor at rengel134@gmail.com. #132425-A

3/10 - 3/31

#232425-A

4/28 - 5/19

M - 7:00 - 8:15 PM (4 classes) Penfield Community Center Rich Engelbrecht Fee: $30.00

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org


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Organic Gardening Transitioning from conventional gardening practices to more successful organic ones. Join “Organic Rick” from Grossmans Garden & Home for this series of educational lectures. Rick Stecher has over 35 years of horticulture experience. He is a licensed horticulturalist for ornamentals and turf, a past Connecticut Master Gardener, and a past NOFA accredited organic landcare specialist. All classes will be held at Grossmans Garden & Home, 1801 Fairport Nine Mile Point Rd., Penfield. Fee: $10.00 per class

Introduction to Organic Gardening Learn the who, what, where and why of going organic, and discover the science of soil. #131053-A

1/18

10:00 AM

Photo Tips from the Pros

In this comprehensive, four-hour workshop, we will cover the top ten techniques the pros use to make an image that commands attention. Our group will meet at the George Eastman House Cafe and photograph on location along East Avenue, using available light and the amazing architectural details of Rochester’s impressive historic buildings to inspire your creativity. No experience necessary; just a working knowledge of your camera, comfortable shoes and a snack is all you will need. For more information contact Diane at diane@cybermesa.com or at her website: www.dianediroberto.com #232420-A 5/3 Sa - 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Meet at the George Eastman House Cafe Diane DiRoberto, Photographer & Writer Fee: $29.00

Red Cross - Adult & Pediatric CPR/AED

Red Cross - Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

The Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches students how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies to help victims of any age - adults (about 12 years and older) and pediatric (infants and children up to 12 years of age). Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED valid for two years.

The Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/ AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches students to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, head, neck, back injuries, heat and cold emergencies and how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies to help victims of any age - adults (about 12 years and older) and pediatric (infants and children up to 12 years of age). Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years.

Garden Preparation

1/13 OR 5/12 (choose one date) M - 6:00 - 10:00 PM Penfield Community Center American Red Cross Staff Fee: $65.00 Note: To register for this course, call the American Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or register on-line at www.redcross.org

#131053-C

Red Cross - Adult First Aid/CPR/AED

Lawn Prep & Year Round Maintenance

How to have a great lawn without using poisons & synthetic chemicals. #131053-B

1/25

10:00 AM

Prepare your garden for perennials, annuals, and vegetables. Raised garden beds and container gardening will also be discussed. 2/1

10:00 AM

Proper Planting Techniques

Learn about installing ornamental shrubs & trees as well as tips on planting perennials and annuals. #131053-D

2/8

10:00 AM

Proper Pruning Techniques

Learn how to prune to direct plant energy and growth, not just give a “haircut”! Proper pruning can make a huge difference in the health & vigor of plant material. #131053-E

2/15

10:00 AM

Organic Insect & Disease Control

Identification, diagnosis, prescribing treatments, and follow up to assure healthier yards and gardens. #131053-F

2/22

Penfield Recreation

The Adult First Aid/CPR/AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches students to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, head, neck, back injuries, heat and cold emergencies and how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies for victims about 12 years and older. Successful students will receive a certificate for Adult First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years. 2/10 & 2/11 (must attend both classes) M - 6:00 - 9:00 PM and Tu - 6:00 - 8:30 PM (2 classes) Penfield Community Center American Red Cross Staff Fee: $65.00 Note: To register for this course, call the American Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or register on-line at www.redcross.org

10:00 AM

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org

3/10 & 3/11 (must attend both classes) M & Tu - 6:00 - 9:00 PM (2 classes) Penfield Community Center American Red Cross Staff Fee: $75.00 Note: To register for this course, call the American Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-7332767) or register on-line at www.redcross.org

Red Cross - Adult CPR/AED The American Red Cross CPR/AED - Adult course incorporates the 2010 ECC standards. It will help participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac and breathing emergencies. The course teaches the skills that participants need to know to give immediate care to a suddenly injured or ill person until more advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. Students who successfully complete this course will receive certificates for CPR/AED - Adult which are valid for two years. 4/14 M - 6:00 - 9:00 PM Penfield Community Center American Red Cross Staff Fee: $55.00 Note: To register for this course, call the American Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-7332767) or register on-line at www.redcross.org

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Red Cross CPR Prof. Rescuer Recertification class - see p.10 for details.

Remodeling Your Kitchen: Getting Started

Are you planning to remodel your kitchen? Learn how to plan an efficient kitchen, what to look for in kitchen cabinets, the pros and cons of refacing versus new cabinets, the advantages of different types of countertops, flooring, sinks and lighting. Learn the elements of basic kitchen design and the best order of having your remodeling work done. Bring all your questions to be answered by a Certified Kitchen Designer. Instructor has 40 years of remodeling experience and is a member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association. #132450-A

2/27

#232450-A

5/29

Th - 6:30 - 9:00 PM (1 class) Penfield Community Center Peter Rees, Rees & Company, Inc. Fee: $16.00 Couples - $27.00 - Course #132450-B (2/27 class) Course #232450-B (5/29 class)

Investing for a Successful Retirement

A workshop offered to help reduce the financial uncertainty and anxiety often connected with retirement. This fourpart workshop will guide participants in preparing a household retirement budget and developing a sound financial plan. Explore strategies to maximize social security benefits and learn how to structure your retirement portfolio to provide the income you need in retirement. Acquire key financial knowledge and skills to help build and monitor an individual investment portfolio. Participants will also learn the issues involved with 401(k) rollovers, IRAs, annuities and other retirement accounts. Finally, the workshop will help you answer many of the tough questions concerning health care costs, long term care and estate planning. Each participant will receive a course workbook and a CD containing the templates for a personal retirement income plan. #134853-A 1/22 - 2/12 W - 7:00 - 9:00 PM (4 classes) Penfield Community Center Brendan O’Kelly, CFP® Financial Advisor & Retirement Planning Specialist Fee: $20.00 individual (#134853-B - $25.00 couple)

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Forever Fit

The time is now to start or continue toward your goal. Join a co-ed, mixed level, lowimpact aerobic class emphasizing stamina, strength, endurance, flexibility, balance and coordination. This class is so much fun, you will forget you are working out. Classes 45 minutes of a total body workout! This given by Rosalind Walker, AFAA certified. class will include running drills, steps, Questions - call Rosalind at 370-2480. weights and bands. You do have the option to just use your own body weight! You will *Free Trial Class! meet three times a week for six weeks.

Boot Camp with Phil

#133805-A

1/14 - 2/22

#233805-A

4/1 - 5/10

Tuesday 1/7 - 10:00-11:00 AM*

Tu & Th - 5:15 - 6:00 PM & Sa - 8:00 - 8:45 AM Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Phil D’Angelo Fee: $99.00 per session (18 classes)

Cardio Hoop

#133840-A/B/C Fee: 12 classes - 18 classes - 24 classes -

1/9 - 4/1 $84.00 - #133840-A $117.00 - #133840-B $144.00 - #133840-C

#233840-A/B/C Fee: 8 classes - 12 classes - 20 classes -

4/15 - 6/26 (no class 6/3 & 6/5) $56.00 - #233840-A $78.00 - #233840-B $120.00 - #233840-C

Challenge yourself to sweat, laugh, and have a blast with Hoopnotica cardio hooping, burning 400-600 calories per hour! You will Tu & Th - 10:00 - 11:00 AM learn how to use hula hoops to raise your Penfield Community Center Gym heart rate and tone all your major muscle Note: Resident & non-resident registration starts 1/2. groups, and even learn a choreographed routine with all your new skills. No hoop experience necessary. Hoops are provided for use during class & are also available for purchase. Questions, call Lara at 755-3265 Pilates is a method of body conditioning or visit www.rochooplala.com. developed over 70 years ago by Joseph H. Pilates. The focus is on simultaneously #133810-A 1/15 - 3/12 (no class 2/19) strengthening and stretching the core #233810-A 3/26 - 5/21 (no class 4/16) muscles (abs, back and hips) to develop a strong, supple, balanced body. The goals W - 6:00 - 7:00 PM are to increase core muscle strength and Penfield Community Center flexibility, improve posture and muscular Lara Haase, Certifed Hoopnotica Instructor balance and relieve stress. Non-aerobic. Fee: $60.00 (8 classes) Participants should bring their own mat. All levels welcome. Questions, call Rhonda at 746-2621.

Pilates Mat Class

CrossFit Fundamentals

Learn the techniques for the hottest fitness trend!! Get ready for the CrossFit programming. CrossFit concentrates on constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity to achieve overall physical fitness. Recommended attendance is 3 times per week – pick what works for you! #133811-A

1/13 - 2/15

#233811-A

4/7 - 5/10

#133865-A 1/14 - 3/25 (no class 2/18) Fee: $80.00 (10 classes) #233865-A 4/8 - 6/10 (no class 4/15 & 4/29) Fee: $64.00 (8 classes) Tu - 6:00 - 6:50 PM Penfield Community Center Rhonda Flint, Certified IMX Pilates

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M & W - 6:00 - 7:00 PM Tu & Th - 12:00 - 1:00 PM Sa - 11:00 - 12:00 PM Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Mike Stedge & Josh Uline – Level One CrossFit Trainers Fee: $69.00 per 5 week session

Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org


Adult Wellness Saturday Low Impact Aerobics Tough Mudder/Dirty Girl Training

Join a co-ed low impact aerobic class Are you interested in participating in a Tough Mudder, Warrior Dash or Dirty emphasizing strength, endurance, flexibility Girl competition? This indoor / outdoor training program will prepare and balance. Please bring a mat to class. you physically and mentally!!! Join the FUN! Questions - call Sandy at 671-1562. #133830-A

1/11 - 3/15

#233830-A 4/5 - 6/21 (no class 4/19 & 5/24)

#133815-A

3/8 - 3/29

#233815-A

4/5 - 4/26

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Sa - 10:30 - 11:30 AM (4 classes) Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Andy Nye, Certified Personal Trainer Fee: $29.00

Sa - 9:00 - 10:00 AM (10 classes) Penfield Community Center Gym Sandy Sanzotta Fee: $50.00

Senior Exercise - Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program

Yoga

A low-impact exercise program designed especially for Seniors. Exercises are done at a relaxed pace, with many done from a seated position. Instructors are trained by the Arthritis Foundation specifically for this program. This class will be instructed Yoga helps the body become stronger, more flexible, and more energetic. Start with by Jeanne Bell, RN. basic meditation, breathing, and sun salutations. Then learn how to use the breath to flow between yoga poses. Each week will build on the one before so that you can build a #143870-A 1/14 - 3/4 yoga practice that you can do anywhere. Bring a mat, towel, & bottled water. All levels Tu - 10:30 - 11:30 AM are welcome as more advanced students may enjoy pose breakdowns to review body mechanics and alignment. Questions, call Rhonda at 746-2621. #143870-B 3/18 - 5/6

Yoga for Beginners

Tu- 10:30 - 11:30 AM

#133866-A

1/18 - 3/29 (no class 2/22)

Fee: $80.00 (10 classes)

Penfield Community Center Fee: $38.00 (8 classes each session)

#233866-A

4/26 - 5/31 (no class 5/24)

Fee: $30.00 (5 classes)

Sa - 9:00 - 10:00 AM Penfield Community Center Rhonda Flint, Yoga Instructor, Certified Yoga Alliance

Senior Self Defense

Participants will walk away from this course with skills that will help them defend themselves in any situation. Kimberly has 20 years experience in Karate and Self Vinyasa or Flow Yoga is one of the most popular styles of Yoga. Stretching, Defense. strengthening and breathing techniques #133824-A 1/16 - 2/13 connect to movement and breath through the flow of poses. Benefits include improved #233824-A 4/10 - 5/8 flexibility, muscle tone, and increased body strength. Increased stamina provides for Th - 11:00 - 12:00 PM (5 classes) better balance and coordination. Participants Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. should bring their own mat and bottled water Kimberly Whitcomb (also block and strap, if available). All levels Fee: $49.00 welcome. Poses modified for beginners. Questions, call Rhonda at 746-2621.

Vinyasa Yoga

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In order to further promote our programs, participants may be photographed or video taped during a program. If you do NOT want photos of those listed on the registration form, please contact the Recreation Office.

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#133850-A 1/13 - 3/24 (no class 2/17) Fee: $80.00 (10 classes)

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Yoga Sculpt A challenging class that allows the participants to create a new mind and body with awesome exercises combined with traditional poses. The familiar Yoga positions combine with moves that sculpt muscles, target endurance, improve balance and increase flexibility. #133823-A

1/12 - 3/2

#233823-A

4/6 - 6/1 (no class 4/20)

Su - 10:30 - 11:30 AM (8 classes) Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W. Maeghan Perry Fee: $89.00

#233850-A 4/7 - 6/9 (no class 4/14 & 5/26) Fee: $64.00 (8 classes) M - 6:00 - 7:00 PM (10 classes) Penfield Community Center Rhonda Flint, Vinyasa Yoga Instructor, Certified Yoga Alliance

(585) 340-8655

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Zumba Gold Zumba is the fastest growing dance/ aerobic craze around! And Zumba Gold is specifically designed to take the exciting Latin and International dance rhythms created in the original Zumba and bring them to the active older adult, the beginner participant, and other special populations who may need modifications for success. This explosive program is low impact, easy to follow and guaranteed to provide the participant with a safe and effective total body workout! Women and men of all ages enjoy Salsa, Cha Cha, Merengue, rock & roll, and more and burn calories at the same time. “Ditch the workout and join the party!” Questions - call Rosalind at 370-2480 or Lisa at 330-9452.

Free Trial Classes! Fri. 1/3 & Wed. 1/8 #133890-A 1/15 - 3/26 (no class 2/19) #233890-A 4/16 - 6/25 (no class 6/4) W - 9:15 - 10:00 AM #133890-B 1/10 - 3/21 (no class 2/21) #233890-B 4/4 - 6/20 (no class 4/18 & 6/6) F - 10:00 - 10:45 AM Penfield Community Center Wednesdays - Rosalind Walker, Fridays - Lisa Valcore, Certified Zumba Instructors Fee: $50.00 (10 classes) Note: Resident registration starts 1/2 & non-resident registration starts 1/7.

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Adult Wellness Recreation & Sport

Executive Course at Shadow Lake. Foursomes will accommodate both men and women players - foursomes arranged by starter prior to tee-off. Please remember to indicate a separate course # for EACH For information on Men’s Softball leagues golf date you wish to participate in on your registration form. You will receive a for 2014 call 340-8655. confirmation letter.

Adult Softball Men’s Leagues Adult “Billy Ball”

Come and play some of the finest pick-up basketball in the area. Must register prior to attending. #131410-A 1/13 - 4/28 (no class 1/20, 2/17, 4/14) M - 7:30 - 9:00 PM Bay Trail School Gym Bill Palmer Fee: $34.00 (13 weeks)

#233860-A 3/10 - 5/19 (no class 3/31, 4/7) Fee: $54.00 (9 classes) M - 6:00 - 6:50 PM Penfield Community Center Sarah Lustig

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Times: First Tee Time out 7:30 AM Last Tee Time out 8:15 AM Ages 50 and over Fee: $7.00 per golf date COURSE#: 244450-A COURSE#: 244450-B COURSE#: 244450-C COURSE#: 244450-D COURSE#: 244450-E

Tuesday - 5/6 Tuesday - 5/13 Tuesday - 5/20 Tuesday - 5/27 Tuesday - 6/3

Golf - On Course Lessons

Lessons are mainly on the golf course, with emphasis placed on getting the golfer around This is your chance to stay fit and in shape the course in the least amount of time and at the age of 35+ while playing pick-up with the lowest score possible. Golfers will basketball. Supervised play. Registration learn how to manage their game, keep up with pace of play and have the most amount limited - must register prior to attending. of fun possible. Lessons will be done in small groups of 2-4 golfers on the course. #131420-A 1/16 - 5/8 Questions - call 377-5200. Th - 7:30 - 9:00 PM

Basketball for 35+

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Bay Trail School Gym Steve Geier Fee: $41.00 (17 weeks)

Basketball for 50+

Come out and enjoy a friendly game of pick-up basketball, emphasis is on fun and Looking for a workout that feels more exercise. like a party? Zumba is an international 1/12 - 3/2 dance and fitness program that anyone and #141470-A everyone can participate in. This program 3/9 - 5/11 (no class 4/20, 4/27) incorporates Latin styles of dance as well #141470-B as Samba, Hip Hop, African, and so much more. No dance experience necessary and Su- 3:30 - 5:00 PM (8 weeks) Community Center Gym new exercisers are welcome. Sarah has been Penfield Dick Geier a professional Zumba instructor for the Fee: $25.00 past four years, and is passionate about the Register for both sessions - receive 25% discount Zumba program. Come join in and follow on second session. along or do your own thing; and as a bonus you can burn up to 800 calories an hour! #133860-A 1/13 - 3/3 Fee: $48.00 (8 classes)

Golf for 50+

Basketball League Sundays for Men

4-on-4 play. Questions - call Penfield Recreation at 340-8655. This program starts on Sundays in January. Games start mid-morning and run through late afternoon at the Penfield Community Center. League runs for approximately 10 - 12 weeks.

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#234450-A 5/1 - 5/22 Th - 7:00 - 8:30 PM (4 classes - small groups) Eagle Vale Golf Club, 4344 Nine Mile Point Rd Dan Cordaro, PGA Director of Golf Fee: $129.00 (includes instructional materials)

Golf - Beginner - Intro to Golf This course is designed for the true beginner golfer. Our PGA professional instructors will gently guide you through the fundamentals of golf in an entertaining 4 week course. Simple, easy to follow fundamentals of grip, posture and aim will be a starting point with the swing shape and style introduced at the proper time. The short game, rules and etiquette will be touched on to round out the curriculum. Questions - call 377-5200. #234455-A 4/30 - 5/21 W - 5:00 - 6:00 PM (4 classes - small groups) Eagle Vale Golf Club, 4344 Nine Mile Point Rd Dan Cordaro, PGA Director of Golf Fee: $99.00 (includes balls, equipment if needed, instructional materials)

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Adult Wellness Judo - Bushido Kai

Pickleball for Beginners

Bushido Kai (www.bushidokai.net) is organized for males and females ages ten years old through adult. Classes are taught by certified instructors, black belts and others. This martial art is taught as a sport, yet is also good for self-defense. Uniforms are required and can be rented for $10.00 and a deposit check (see instructor at 1st class). #135020-A 1/6 - 3/31 (no class 2/17, 2/19, 3/19) Fee: $60.00 (Family Rate: $48.00 per additional family member - Course #135020-B) Registration starts 1/2 for residents & non-residents.

#235020-A 4/7 - 6/18 (no class 4/14, 5/26) #141425-A 1/27 - 3/3 (no class 2/17) Fee: $54.00 (Family Rate: $42.00 per additional #241425-A 4/21 - 5/19 family member - Course #235020-B) M - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM M & W - 7:15 - 9:15 PM Penfield Community Center Chief Instructor, 2008 Pan-Am Gold Medalist Heiko Rommelmann, Jr.

#141425-B 1/27 - 3/3 (no class 2/17) #241425-B 4/21 - 5/19 M - 3:30 - 4:30 PM

Jujitsu Self Defense

Penfield Community Center Dick Seils Fee: $39.00 (5 classes)

Learn the traditional art of self-defense, Jujitsu! Class is geared for individuals ages 15 years and older. Learn joint locks and manipulation, throws, and ground work from situational attacks. Co-ed leagues play on Friday nights at Bay Trail School. There may still be openings #135030-A 1/14 - 3/25 for teams. Call the Recreation Department (no class 2/4, 2/18, 3/4) at 340-8655 for availability.

Volleyball League

#235030-A 4/8 - 6/17 (no class 4/15, 4/29, 5/6) Tu - 7:15 - 8:45 PM (8 classes) Penfield Community Center Heiko Rommelman Jr., 1990 World Cup Gold Medalist U.S. National Jujitsu Team Fee: $50.00

Don’t Forget!

Register early for your program - if it doesn’t meet minimum enrollment, it will be cancelled!

Junior & Adult Tennis

The hottest new sport in the Indoor tennis instructional program for country for all ages Juniors and Adults (ages 4 and over.) including adults 60+. #119294-A 1/20 - 2/17 A c r o s s #119294-B 4/21 - 5/19 b e t w e e n M - 5:30 - 7:30 PM tennis and Fee:$175.00 ping-pong, Pickleball is a great way #119294-C 1/21 - 2/25 (no class 2/18) for mature athletes to stay fit (full #119294-D 4/22 - 5/20 mobility required). This class will introduce the basic rules of play for the game Tu - 7:30 - 9:30 PM and allow the novice player to get familiar Adult only class with serving, scoring, rules, and equipment Fee: $175.00 for both singles and doubles play. Students 1/22 - 2/26 (no class 2/19) will be invited to stay and play after class #119294-E #119294-F 4/23 - 5/21 during our open Pickleball time.

Volleyball Intermediate Co-ed Play

W - 5:30 - 7:00 PM Fee: $140.00 #119294-G #119294-H F - 5:30 - 7:30 PM Fee: $175.00

#119294-I 1/18 - 2/15 #119294-J 4/26 - 5/31 (no class 5/24) Sa - 2:00 - 3:30 PM Fee: $140.00 #119294-K 1/19 - 2/16 #119294-L 4/27 - 6/1 (no class 5/25) Su - 1:00 - 2:30 PM Fee: $140.00 Harley School (5 classes) Dave Strebel and Mark Banford For more information call Dave at 697-7766.

Tennis Instruction Beginner to Intermediate

Competitive play for experienced players - focusing on defensive skills and advanced The adult tennis class is designed for plays. Limited enrollment. the individual who has had limited or no tennis instruction in the past. Basic grips, #139610-A 1/9 - 3/13 technique, and shots are covered. Drilling #239610-A 3/27 - 6/12 (no class 5/1 & 6/5) as well as point play are used to help in the learning process. All lessons are Th - 7:45 - 9:45 PM (10 classes) supervised by Mark Banford, a top level Penfield Community Center Gym and experienced tennis instructor along Fee: $45.00 with his staff. #239294-A 5/10 - 6/14 (no class 5/24) Veterans’ Memorial Park Sa - 9:30 - 11:00 AM (5 classes) Mark Banford Fee: $95.00

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Adult Tennis Leagues

*Note: all stated return times are approximate.*

Men’s, Women’s, Mixed Leagues all play in Doubles format. Matches are held at Harris Whalen Park unless noted with ** (or unless enrollment dictates need for additional courts). ** Play located at Penfield High School WOMEN’S 10 weeks 6/16 - 8/21 #239210-A M - 8:30 AM - Advanced A Fee: $32.00 #239220-A Tu - 8:30 AM - Intermediate Fee: $32.00 #239240-A Tu - 6:30 PM - Working Advanced A/B Fee: $32.00 #239250-A W - 8:30 AM - Advanced A/B Fee: $32.00 #239260-A Th - 8:30 AM - Advanced B Fee: $32.00 NOTE: Advanced A/B Women’s group (Wed AM) will encompass a broader spectrum of skill ability than the (strictly) Advanced A or Advanced B groups, but is meant to provide individuals with an additional opportunity for play. MIXED - #239290-A MEN’S #239280-B #239280-A

10 weeks 6/14 - 8/16 Sa - 8:30 AM - Advanced

Difficulty of play Intermediate - Advanced B Advanced A (Most difficult) Advanced A players should have a rating of at least 3/3.5 points. Those unaware of their point rating should attend classification in order to ascertain appropriate play placement. Classifications will be held April 23 with rain date of April 30 at Harris Whalen courts at 6:00 p.m. Classifications are necessary for players who have never played in the league to ensure proper placement. Fees include: • •

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Balls for one rotation; all players are expected to provide a can of balls for the season. End of Season Banquet Saturday, August 23 at Harris Whalen Lodge 3:30 pm - ‘til. Great food, fun and tennis!

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The Brew House was established in 2012 and the building itself was, in fact, part of the original Genesee Brewery campus more than 100 years ago. Enjoy lunch on your own in the Brew House and time to visit the gift shop. #149445-A F - 1/24 Depart Community Center: 11:30 AM Van Returns: 2:00 PM Fee: $10.00

Maple Tree Inn Enjoy the wonders of spring and maple syrup. Travel to Cartwright’s Maple Tree Inn for their Buckwheat Pancakes topped with fresh pure maple syrup along with maple sundaes (fee includes pancakes).

Fee: $53.00/couple

Th - 6:30 PM - 6/19 - 8/21 10 Weeks Advanced A Tu - 6:30 PM - 6/17 - 8/19 10 Weeks Advanced A**

Genesee Brew House

Fee: $32.00

#149442-A W - 3/12 Depart Community Center: 9:30 AM Van Returns: 2:30 PM Fee: $25.00

Fee: $32.00

Registration: Complete registration form; Mixed Doubles please indicate partner’s name in the “Additional Information” space at the bottom of registration form or online registrations place partner’s name in “Add a note or info for staff”.

Winfield Grill The Winfield Grill has been a cornerstone of the Browncroft neighborhood for decades. Established in 1933 as the Winton Restaurant, this location has been a favorite gathering place for generations. Lunch on your own.

Players who know they will not be available to play the 1st week of the season (or more) should use the same procedure.

#149446-A F - 2/21 Depart Community Center: 11:30 AM Van Returns: 2:00 PM Fee: $10.00

Group captains are needed to insure a smooth running operation; duties are not difficult. Anyone interested in being a group captain, please indicate on your registration form. Captains are credited 1/2 of registration fee.

Nick’s Sea Breeze Inn

Subs: Will need to complete and submit a signed registration form without payment, indicating all groups for which you would like to sub or you can register as a sub on-line course #239270-A. Questions / Information please contact Lynn Calcagno @ 377-6296 OR Barb Ferriter @ 381-3561

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You don’t want to miss Nick’s Famous Antipasto Bar. Lunch on your own. #149447-A F - 4/18 Departs Community Center: 11:30 AM Van Returns: 2:00 PM Fee: $10.00

Mystery Out to Lunch Enjoy lunch at our surprise luncheon location. Lunch on your own. #149448-A F - 5/16 Departs Community Center: 11:15 AM Van Returns: 2:30 PM Fee: $10.00

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Adult Wellness Trips - Performing Arts

Note: all stated return times are approximate.

Geva Clybourne Park

Informed Consent

The Odd Couple

A wickedly funny and fiercely provocative play about the volatile combination of race and real estate. In Act One it’s 1959, and a white couple sells their home to the Younger family of A Raisin in the Sun, causing an uproar in their all-white neighborhood. Fast forward 50 years in Act Two and the same house is bought by a white couple with plans for gentrification - and a knack for saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. While the stakes have changed, the debate remains as neighbors reveal just how far ideas about race have evolved…or have they?

Ripped from today’s headlines and based on a true story, an ambitious geneticist, Gillian, is hired to help solve why a Native American tribe is being devastated by diabetes, but her research threatens to destroy their most sacred traditions. Meanwhile at home, she and her husband are confronted with the choice of using modern science to determine whether their four year-old daughter will be haunted by the family’s medical history. With genomic breakthroughs happening at breakneck speed, this heartwarming and honest tale explores the question of just how much knowledge is too much.

One of Neil Simon’s most recognizable and timeless comedies. Fastidious Felix Unger is thrown out by his wife. His only refuge is with his best friend, Oscar Madison, a recently divorced sportswriter whose apartment is a study in slovenly chaos. Friends, yes, but will they drive each other crazy?! This peculiar pair, with decidedly different approaches to life, to love – and yes, to housework, has been entertaining audiences with side-splitting laughter and classic comedy for nearly 50 years.

By: Bruce Norris Director: Mark Cuddy

By: Deborah Zoe Laufer Director: Sean Daniels

#149310-A W - 2/19 Depart Community Center: 12:45 PM Fee: $35.00

#149310-B W - 3/26 Depart Community Center: 12:45 PM Fee: $35.00

By: Neil Simon Director: John Miller-Stephany #149310-C W - 5/7 Depart Community Center: 12:45 PM Fee: $35.00

Geva Theater Ticket Policy

Tickets must be purchased two weeks prior to show date. No refunds for tickets two weeks out. Minimum number required for program.

Bristol Valley Theater Oh, Coward!

Next Fall

Deathtrap

A sparkling revue of the music and musings of a comic master! BVT will start off their 50th anniversary season with a marvelous party – and you’re invited! An intoxicating cocktail of the effervescent songs and fiendishly clever wit of Noel Coward. His sparkling songs (Mad About the Boys, I’ll Follow My Secret Heart) and charming dialogue from classics like Blithe Spirit & Private Lives combine for an unforgettable afternoon.

by Geoffrey Nauffts

By Ira Lovin

Two men in love, two parents in denial, two friends on speed dial. When Luke is injured in a car accident, his partner Adam must negotiate Luke’s family and reconcile the differences in their faiths. Timely and touching, the play exposes the fundamental truth that we love people both because of – and in spite of – who they are. A thoughtprovoking look at faith, commitment and unconditional love.

A thriller from the twisted imagination that authored Rosemary’s Baby. Writing a Broadway hit can be murder! Stumped by writer’s block, Sidney Bruehl’s stellar playwrighting career has screeched to a halt, until a young unknown writing student sends him a manuscript to read and critique. Sidney recognizes a potential blockbuster. Will his next plot be a plan to bump off the young man and claim the play for his own?

#249310-A W - 6/18 Depart Community Center: 10:30 AM Van Returns: 6:00 PM Fee: $46.00 (Lunch on your own)

#249310-B W - 7/2 Depart Community Center: 10:30 AM Van Returns: 6:00 PM Fee: $46.00 (Lunch on your own)

#249310-C W - 7/16 Depart Community Center: 10:30 AM Van Returns: 6:00 PM Fee: $46.00 (Lunch on your own)

Bristol Valley Theater Ticket Policy

Tickets must be purchased by March 1. No refunds for tickets after March 1st. Minimum number required for program.

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Les Miserables

The world’s most beloved musical, as you’ve never seen before!

Jean Valjean steals a loaf of bread to feed his starving family. From this simple act of desperation springs a classic tale of broken dreams, passion, obsession, and redemption, set against the backdrop of a nation in the grip of revolution. Whether it’s your first time experiencing this enthralling story, or your 101st, you won’t want to miss this thrilling score and this timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit! #249310-D W - 7/30 Depart Community Center: 10:30 AM Van Returns: 6:00 PM Fee: $46.00 (Lunch on your own)

What the Butler Saw By Joe Orton A wild and wacky romp!

When bawdy Dr. Prentice makes a pass at his shapely young secretary, and Mrs. Prentice—who’s just returning from her own hanky panky with a hotel bell hop—walks in on her husband’s indiscretion, the fun’s begun! A zany series of machinations ensues as each tries to hide their infidelities from the other. Add a government inspector, guns, strait jackets, men dressed as women, women dressed as men, and a policeman searching for the stolen private parts of Winston Churchill, and the situation spirals into the absurd, and the hilarious!

365: A Year in Revue

A year’s worth of great music in a single evening!

Our Getaway gang has taken you to places you’ve never been, shared the magic of the movies, and passed you the remote for a boob tube revue. This summer, four of our favorite BVT performers will take you on a jukebox journey through the music that celebrates all the seasons and every month of the year. From “April in Paris” to “September Song”. #249310-F W - 8/13 Depart Community Center: 10:30 AM Van Returns: 6:00 PM Fee: $46.00 (Lunch on your own)

#249310-E W - 8/13 Depart Community Center: 10:30 AM Van Returns: 6:00 PM Fee: $46.00 (Lunch on your own)

RPO Pops Series Dancin’ and Romancin’

Ann Hampton Callaway Sings Streisand

Curtis Stigers: Let’s Fall In Love

The best of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. From Gershwin’s “Fascination” to Berlin’s “Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails” - you’ll see Ann Hampton Callaway is one of the A romantic evening of classic love songs great dancing along with Rochester favorite finest singer/songwriters of our generation, with Jazz Festival favorite Curtis Stigers. having made her mark as a singer, pianist, Doug LaBrecque. composer, lyricist, arranger, actress, and Jeff Tyzik, conductor educator. Her talents have made her equally Curtis Stigers, vocals Sean O’Loughlin, guest conductor at home in jazz and pop as well as on Sa - 4/26 stage, in the recording studio, on TV, and #149330-C #449330-C Sa - 1/25 in film. She is best known for starring in Departs Community Center: 7:00 PM Departs Community Center: 7:00 PM the hit Broadway musical Swing! and for Fee: $39.00 Fee: $39.00 writing and singing the theme song to the internationally successful TV series The Nanny.

Singin’ In The Rain

See the timeless comedy Singin’ in the Rain—regarded as one of the best Hollywood musicals of all time and starring Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds—on the big screen as your RPO performs the score live. Peter Bay guest conductor - Peter Bay is music director of the Austin Symphony Orchestra and music director of the Hot Springs Music Festival in Arkansas. #449330-D Sa - 2/15 Departs Community Center: 7:00 PM Fee: $39.00

The Music Of John Williams

Jeff Tyzik conductor

Rochester native Bob Bernhardt returns to lead an evening of music by Academy Award–winning composer John Williams, whose iconic melodies have been heard in Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Jaws, Jurassic Grammy Award winner and Rochester Music Park, Harry Potter, and more. Hall of Famer Jeff Tyzik celebrates his 20th Bob Bernhardt, guest conductor season as RPO Principal Pops Conductor. You’ll hear some Tyzik originals, as well #149330-D Sa - 5/10 as other Pops favorites. #149330-A Sa - 3/1 Departs Community Center: 7:00 PM Fee: $39.00

Tyzik’s 20th Season

Departs Community Center: 7:00 PM Fee: $39.00

Jeff Tyzik conductor Allen Vizzutti, trumpet #149330-B Sa - 3/22 Departs Community Center: 7:00 PM Fee: $39.00

RPO Pops Ticket Policy

Tickets must be purchased two weeks prior to show date. No refunds for tickets two weeks out. Minimum number required for program.

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Adult Wellness Info. & Events for Adults 55+

Games for the Brain / Lunch

Exercise your mind, meet new people every Tuesday. The Tuesday Game Day has grown with folks just stopping by to see what’s going on in the community room every Tuesday around 9:30 AM. People begin to drift in, grabbing a cup of coffee and then heading to a game table. What’s going on is a variety of spirited games that are taking root from table to table. Some folks play cards, some play dominoes, quite a few have taken to Scrabble and before you know it we have a room full of card-playing, domino-counting, word-creating fun! Stop by and join a table or start a new game on your own. There is always complimentary coffee, tea and hot chocolate, and if you stay long enough (most do), a homemade sit down lunch is served at noon for only $4. Registration is not required but you must purchase lunch tickets at least 24 hours in advance at the Recreation office. Transportation available this day - see below.

Tuesday Lunch

Bridge on Thursdays

Every Tuesday, lunch will be available at the Penfield Community Center for $4.00. The Tuesday lunch will include a sandwich with a cup of soup or a salad. Lunch is served at Noon. Lunch tickets must be purchased 24 hours in advance. Registration forms as well as menus for “Tuesday Lunch” are available at the Community Center and on-line at www.penfieldrec.org.

Contact Sally Hoffman at 261-2105 if you are interested in playing Bridge on Thursday mornings at the Penfield Community Center.

Free Tuesday Transportation

The first Tuesday of each month the Penfield Rotary Band will play two hours of your favorite big band sounds for dancing and listening.

Transportation to and from the Penfield Community Center is available on Tuesday mornings for 55+ adults who have no other means of transportation. Must make reservations by the day before the service is needed; subject to van availability. Space is limited.

Penfield Rotary Band Nels Carman Big Band Night

Tuesdays - 1/7, 2/4, 3/4, 4/1, 5/6 7:30 - 9:30 PM Penfield Community Center Fee: $1.00 - Pay at the door

Eldersource Eldersource Care Management Services, a collaborative of LIFESPAN and Catholic Family Center, is a community intake, assessment and care management system. It features one telephone number entry into age-related services and professional social workers who guide older adults and care-givers through the complex long-term care system. For information call 325-2800. An Eldersource case worker will be at the Penfield Community Center the last Tuesday of every month.

Free Blood Pressure Checks 3rd Tuesday of the month by the Penfield Volunteer Ambulance every third Tuesday of the month in the Community Room, 11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon.

More programs in the DEAR section See pages 34 - 41 for more programming for Adults 55+.

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Mondays

Euchre Instruction for Beginners..........................................9:30 - 10:30 AM.......................1/27-3/10 & 4/14-5/19......pg. 38 Eat, Sleep, and Love.............................................................11:00 AM - 12:30 PM...............2/3-3/31............................pg. 39 Healing Power of Meditation Using Sound Energy..............1:00 - 2:15 PM.........................1/27-3/3 & 3/10-4/7..........pg. 38 Knitting For Fun...................................................................1:30 - 3:00 PM..........................1/27-3/10 & 4/7-5/12........pg. 38 Pickleball for Beginners.......................................................11:30 AM & 3:30 PM...............1/27-3/3 & 4/21-5/19........pg. 38 The Four Agreements - Book Discussion.............................2:30 - 3:45 PM.........................1/27-3/3 & 3/10-4/7..........pg. 38

Tuesdays

Understanding Great Art.......................................................11:00 AM - 12:30 PM..............4/7-5/19.............................pg. 40 Arthritis Exercise..................................................................10:30 - 11:30 AM.....................1/14-3/4 & 3/18-5/6..........pg. 27 Discuss a Good Book............................................................2:30 - 4:00 PM.........................2/25 & 3/11.......................pg. 41 Games for the Brain..............................................................9:30 AM - 2:30 PM..................ongoing.............................pg. 33 History Sleuths - First Ladies of the Civil War ....................1:00 PM....................................2/4....................................pg. 40 St. Patrick’s Day Party..........................................................12:00 PM..................................3/11...................................pg. 41 Tuesday Lunch......................................................................12:00 PM..................................ongoing............................pg. 33

Wednesdays

Classics in American Literature - Herman Melville............11:00 AM - 12:30 PM...............2/12-2/26..........................pg. 40 Classics in American Literature - Walt Whitman.................11:00 AM - 12:30 PM...............3/19 -4/2...........................pg. 40 Classics in American Literature - Harriet Beacher Stowe....11:00 AM - 12:30 PM...............5/14-5/21..........................pg. 40 Mah Jongg for Beginners......................................................2:30 - 4:30 PM.........................1/22-2/26..........................pg. 38 Mah Jongg Open Play...........................................................2:30 - 4:30 PM.........................1/22-4/30...........................pg. 41 Marvels & Myths of Rochester: Trio of Tales......................11:30 AM - 12:30 PM...............2/5, 3/5, 4/9......................pg. 36

Thursdays

Wednesday Tea Salon...........................................................1:00 PM....................................ongoing.............................pg. 41 Adirondack Victorian Valentine Dinner/Lecture...................6:30 - 9:30 PM.........................2/13...................................pg. 37 Intro Computer Classes.........................................................2:00 - 3:00 PM.........................2/6, 3/6, 4/3, 4/24..............pg. 37 Matter of Balance..................................................................2:30 - 4:30 PM.........................4/3-5/22.............................pg. 38 Thursday Lunch/Lecture.......................................................11:45 AM.................................1/30-4/24......................pg. 35-36 Senior Police Academy..........................................................TBA.........................................March................................pg. 41

Fridays

American Civil War Part IV..................................................11:00 AM - 12:30 PM..............1/24-2/28...........................pg. 39 American Revolution............................................................11:00 AM - 12:30 PM...............4/4-5/30............................pg. 39 Friday Film Series.................................................................2:00 PM...................................1/31,2/28, 3/28,4/25..........pg. 41 Global Warming: Yes? Maybe? No?.....................................11:00 AM - 12:30 PM..............3/14-3/28...........................pg. 40 Genealogy for Beginners......................................................10:00 AM - 12:00 PM...............4/4.....................................pg. 38

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~ Daytime Education at Recreation (DEAR) - Wisdom at its finest hour! ~

Free Thursday Lecture Series at Penfield Community Center 12:30 PM From Oz to St. Louis: The Life of Thomas Jefferson An Introduction to We hold these truths to be self-evident: Judy’s Journey to Glamour Computer Technology that all men are created equal; that they This talk will include everything from classic “computers” like the PC to modern devices like the tablet PC and the smart phone and what their role in the modern world has come to be as well as which might be right for you. We’ll also cover a number of Internet related topics from the different types of Internet browsers to free e-mail accounts and free online storage/ sharing space you can take advantage of. We’ll discuss E-commerce and how you can get the most from your money shopping on-line safely. Finally, we’ll discuss the importance of backing up your electronic media, and other things you need to do to protect your investment in technology. 1/30 Chris Roos

The Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin One of the leading figures of early American history, Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) was a statesman, author, publisher, scientist, inventor and diplomat. This talk will take the audience from his modest beginnings to his illustrious career as a printer, publisher, inventor, diplomat, politician, entrepreneur and one of the most revered men of his time. Franklin created a list of 13 virtues which he believed were good rules to live by, although he often went astray. A character full of tremendous passion, energy and zest for life, he is by far one of the most important people of early America.

When Louis B. Mayer brought Judy Garland to MGM she was a shy insecure young actress who didn’t fit in to the smooth sharp Hollywood image. Just as Dorothy was sent to the Elizabeth Arden salon in the Emerald City for a sprucing up, the newly christened Judy Garland was sent to the studio’s makeup and hair wizards for a makeover. The initial result was a more polished, pretty looking little girl. With a few tweaks Judy was molded into the ideal all-American Girl Next Door. Follow Judy’s transformation from Francis Ethel Gumm to Judy Garland and her ongoing struggle to compete with the Hollywood image she so desperately wanted to achieve. Karen Noske from Movie Star Makeover® will share one of her more popular blogs on her site MovieStarMakeover.com as we take a look at the career of Judy Garland.

3/13 Joe Meli

Canine Search & Rescue

2/20 Karen Noske

The Story of Walt Disney Walt Disney, the American icon, is still a household name almost fifty years after his death. His remarkable career and innovative thinking transcended the American family experience. Doris Adamek will walk us through his life, referencing the book The Man Behind the Magic, The Story of Walt Disney. An interesting look at Disney is presented using actual interviews & stories from family, friends and teachers. 2/27 Doris Adamek

2/6 Joe Meli

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No lecture on 2/13

are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And so writes Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence. His personal, political and professional life all tell the story of a brilliant writer, inventor, architect, statesman, gardener and much to his own chagrin, slave owner. His own struggle to come to terms with the beliefs he fought so valiantly to achieve, equality for all, escaped his personal choice to own slaves. This lecture will take a look at his early and later political life. We will get into his personal and business life at a future lecture.

All humans, alive or dead, constantly emit microscopic particles bearing human scent. Millions of these are airborne and are carried by the wind for considerable distances. Trained search and rescue canines can locate the scent of any human in a specific search area. The dog is not restricted to the missing person’s track and can search long after the track is obliterated. Kathy Boone trained as a medical firstresponder, has worked with dogs and horses all her life so when she discovered canine search-and-rescue by reading a magazine article, she knew she was destined to pursue a new passion. Founder of the Eastern Region Unit of the Central Montana Search Dogs, she has worked with area police enforcement units along with her two trained dogs Devin and Blair for eight years and seven years prior to that in Montana. Come hear about her incredible experiences with her amazing dogs. 3/20 Kathy Boone

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The Civilian Conservation Corps in Letchworth State Park This presentation will discuss the impact that men enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) had on Letchworth Park during the Depression of the 1930s. It includes interviews with four local men who volunteered for six month stints in the CCC to get an idea of what led them to enlist, what the actual dayto-day experience was like, and what impact it had on their lives. To properly understand the importance of this program, we will discuss the enormous dislocations created by “The Great Depression” and the tremendous benefits the CCC brought to program participants, their families and the millions that visit and make use of our beautiful parks.The presentation will utilize slides and videos to depict the historical environment which resulted in the adoption of the CCC and the creation and building of much of the infrastructure which still enhances Letchworth State Park.

The Belfast Titanic Museum Dave Kuchman is an avid collector of all things Titanic. Collecting since childhood, Dave could well be one of the most serious Titanic historians in the Rochester area. He has talked with twelve of the actual survivors, has read most, if not all, of the books, articles and web site information out there, and visited the memorials and museums. Needless to say, when the new Titanic Museum in Belfast opened its doors in March of 2012, Dave and his wife made plans to grace its decks. They visited last spring. We are so excited to have him share his experience with us, as well as his extensive knowledge about the beautiful ship and its fateful voyage.

Marvels & Myths of Rochester: Trio of Tales Hosted by Rochester author Donovan Shilling and his Mobile Museum of Historical Relics.

Prehistory

4/10 Dave Kuchman

Healing Homes: Replacing Chemicals with Essential Oils

1) The Ice Age 2) The Glacier’s Effect on Monroe County 3) Geology of the Genesee #142030-A 2/5 W - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Fee: $5.00

3/27 Paul Zielinski

We all share a concern about the negative effects of toxins found in cleaning and personal care products. This lecture will teach you which toxins are to be avoided and where they are mostly found. We will then talk about the essential oils we can use to replace the chemicals, as well as learn about the variety of health benefits, which range from killing bacteria to preventing wrinkles and relieving headaches.

Sweater Quest

4/17 Kate Western

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For Adrienne Martini, author of Sweater Quest and countless others, knitting is the linchpin of sanity. As a working mother of two, Martini wanted a challenge that would make her feel in charge. So she decided to make the Holy Grail of sweaters - her own Mary Tudor, whose mind-numbingly gorgeous pattern is so complicated to knit that its mere mention can hush a roomful of experienced knitters. The sweater, Martini explains, “is a knitter’s Mount Everest, our curse, and our compulsion. So she took on the challenge to conquer Mary Tudor while also taking care of her two kids, two cats, two jobs, and (thankfully) one husband - without unraveling in the process. She also wrote about her experience and she will be here to talk about the book and the gruelling but euphoric process of creating the ultimate sweater. 4/3 Adrienne Martini

The Most Human Human In 1637, Rene Descartes proclaimed “I think, therefore I am” creating a still famous catch phrase to define what makes us human. In 1950, Alan Turing famously asked: “Can machines think?” and proposed the Turing Test to scientifically answer this question. In 1997, IBM’s Deep Blue machine triumphed over chess master Garry Kasparov and in 2011 IBM’s Watson computer won the TV game show Jeopardy, but artificial intelligence experts have not yet been able to win the Turing Test. In his book The Most Human Human Brian Christian, the 2009 human winner in the Loebner prize Turing Test, explains “what it is like to be the human half of this competition.” Humans and their machines are irreversibly connected now. This lecture will look in depth at Christian’s thoughts on “what computers teach us about what it means to be alive.”

Personality 1) They Called it Front St. 2) People’s Rescue Mission 3) Rattlesnake Pete

Prussians 1) German Contributions to Rochester 2) The German House 3) Bausch & Lomb #142030-C 4/9 W - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Fee: $5.00

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Using Facebook 101

Cyber Security 101

In this 1-hour class we’ll talk about what Facebook is (and isn’t) and how you can become a part of the social media craze. We’ll cover everything from setting up a new account to finding friends and posting updates to share with your friends (or with the whole world). We’ll also talk about how to use Facebook safely and securely to make the experience enjoyable.

In this 1-hour class we’ll talk about the subject of cyber security in general and how it relates to things like identity theft. We’ll also talk about the different kinds of things that “hackers” try to do to either gain control of your devices or use them to learn more about you or your identity. We’ll discuss a number of free programs available to you to help protect you and their benefits/limitations, as well as some of the paid subscription programs and how they differ from the free ones in what they do to protect you.

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Tablets and How to Use Them In this 1-hour class we’ll talk about the different types of “tablet” computers in existence today from the iPad to the Kindle and Nook to Android tablets, and even the new Microsoft Surface. We’ll highlight each one and discuss its features as well as its shortcomings, so you can get a better idea which one may be right for you. If you already own one we’ll talk about how to use it effectively to gain access to a host of free content such as e-mail, file/photo/video sharing, books and movies, and more. #142010-B 3/6 Th - 2:00 - 3:00 (1 class) Penfield Community Center Chris Roos Free

#142010-C 4/3 Th - 2:00 - 3:00 (1 class) Penfield Community Center Chris Roos Free

E-Commerce 101 In this 1-hour class we’ll talk about how you can get the most from your money shopping on-line safely. This will include how to get a free eBay account and how to set up a PayPal account for buying items on eBay (or selling them). We’ll talk about how to tell which sellers are reputable and which ones may not be. We’ll also talk about substantial UPS and FedEx shipping discounts you are eligible for as an eBay/PayPal user and how you can use that discounted shipping rate to ship whatever you like wherever you like, eBay related or not. We’ll also look at some sample listings the presenter has used to sell items on eBay and how easy they are to create. Finally, we’ll discuss Amazon.com and how to get a free account there as well and their process for becoming a seller if you wish to be one, as well as how to tell which sellers are reputable and which are not. #142010-D 4/24 Th - 2:00 - 3:00 (1 class) Penfield Community Center Chris Roos Free

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LLC offers a full range of technology services such as back up and recovery, laptop/PC performance optimization, Wi-Fi network installation, virus removal and PC/laptop protection software installation, memory and processor upgrades, technology consulting and advice, operating system installations and upgrades, and custom UPS backup systems. He also is available for one-on-one tutorials for the most novice computer users. If you require additional service please call the Technology Guy at 585-6159519 to arrange an appointment.

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Adirondack Victorian Valentine Dinner/Lecture - A DEAR Fundraiser -

Thursday, February 13 6:30 PM Dolomite Lodge $50/person Tickets available at Penfield Recreation and on-line. A sweet candlelight evening of Adirondack charm awaits you as we present... Victorian Food Tasting Recipes directly from some of the most elegant 19th century Adirondack resorts and great camps. Live Musicians Silent Auction Victorian Tarot Card Reading Special Presentation A Taste of the Past: Victorian Dining Christopher Bensch, VP of Collections at the Strong Museum of Play will share the changes in foods, etiquette, and equipment as people ate their way from the mid-19th century into the early 20th century. The fad for bananas, the amazing array of silver implements (asparagus tongs? sardine forks?), and the answers to such important questions of taste and hygiene as “Can I blow my nose in my napkin?” will all be included in this talk. All proceeds to benefit Penfield Recreation’s Daytime Education at Recreation Program (DEAR)

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Classes Knitting for Fun

Need a little help getting started or an idea for a new project? Join our knitting class on Monday afternoons. Avid knitter Joyce Bossard will be leading the next session of knitting projects. This is a great way to get back into the routine of knitting. Get help casting on, or get a new pattern and some assistance on how to get it started. Even first time knitters can partake in this program. Great fun in a very supportive and friendly environment! Please bring a #8 needle and a skein of worsted weight yarn. #142610-A 1/27 - 3/10 (no class 2/17) #242610 -A 4/7 - 5/12 M - 1:30 - 3:00 PM Penfield Community Center Fee: $15.00 (6 classes)

Genealogy for Beginners

An overview of basic tools, supplies, web-sites, etc. of beginning genealogy. Participants will see examples of finished works, get a folder of information, and learn how to get started. #242463-A 4/4 F - 10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon Penfield Community Center Kathy Lenahan Fee: $10.00 (1 class)

Matter of Balance

Personal Growth & Wellness Healing Power of Meditation Using Sound Energy Sound Energy Healing focuses on creating sound vibrations that alter brain states, enabling shifts of consciousness, which can affect overall health and wellness. Sound and music can be powerful tools in the healing process.

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Pickleball for Beginners

The Four Agreements Book Discussion Usha Shah

The course will be a book discussion on “The Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz. The book has been over seven years on the New York Times bestseller list. The Four Agreements stated in the book are very simple, yet very profound. To embrace and live each of the Four Agreements is to find yourself experiencing personal freedom--possibly as never before. We as YOU WILL LEARN TO: View falls as people and as individuals are “conditioned” controllable; Set goals for increasing by our society that shapes our core belief activity; Make changes to reduce fall risks systems. Our language that consists of at home; Exercise to increase strength and words, assumptions and thoughts can balance. always lead to misunderstanding and a break of relationship. We have the power to WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone change our core beliefs and to view things concerned about falls; Anyone interested in differently. What is the dream that you improving balance, flexibility and strength; hold for yourself? The course fee does not Anyone who has fallen in the past; Anyone include the book. The book is available at who has restricted activities because of amazon.com. falling concerns.

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An excellent opportunity for people with little or no experience to learn how to play. Taught in a relaxed atmosphere where the goal is to have fun. Players will learn the basics: naming trump, scoring, strategy, etc. (please bring a deck of cards).

Our body is a musical instrument. When the instrument is not tuned properly, a state of disease or imbalance occurs. The class will introduce you to the sound emanating from the crystal singing bowls and how these The hottest new sport in the country for all sounds can expedite the physical, mental ages including adults 60+. A cross between tennis and ping-pong, Pickleball is a great and emotional healing. way for mature athletes to stay fit (full mobility required). This class will introduce #142043-A 1/27 - 3/3 the basic rules of play for the game and #142043-B 3/10 - 4/7 (no class 2/17) allow the novice player to get familiar with M -1:00 - 2:15 PM serving, scoring, rules, and equipment for Penfield Community Center both singles and doubles play. Students will Usha Shah be invited to stay and play after class during Fee: $55.00 (5 classes) our open Pickleball time.

Many older adults experience concerns about falling that restrict their activities. ‘A Matter of Balance’ is an award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels. This program emphasizes practical strategies to manage falls.

#243871-A 4/3 - 5/22 Th - 2:30 - 4:30 PM (8 classes) Penfield Community Center Fee: $20.00

Euchre Instruction for Beginners

#141425-A 1/27 - 3/3 (no class 2/17) #241425-A 4/21 - 5/19 M - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM #141425-B 1/27 - 3/3 (no class 2/17) #241425-B 4/21 - 5/19 M - 3:30 - 4:30 PM Penfield Community Center Dick Seils Fee: $39.00 (5 classes)

Mah Jongg for Beginners Learn the basic skills to play the American version of Mah Jongg. This exciting stimulating and challenging game, is a great way to keep those brain cells motivated. It’s not called the “Game of a Thousand Intelligences” for nothing. Come see why so many Americans are now addicted to this very ancient past time. #143610-A 1/22 - 2/26 W - 2:30 - 4:30 PM Penfield Community Center Fee: $25.00 (6 classes)

#142044-A 1/27 -3/3 (no class 2/17) #142044-B 3/10 - 4/7 M - 2:30 - 3:45 PM Penfield Community Center Fee: $50.00 (5 classes)

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The Great Course Club

The Great Courses bring engaging professors to you remotely through recorded DVDs. Since 1990, great teachers from the Ivy League - Stanford, Georgetown - and other leading colleges and universities have crafted over 390 courses for lifelong learners. The DEAR program has secured permission to offer The Great Course at the Penfield Community Center. Participants will spend an hour or so once a week viewing and then discussing a selected course. We are always searching for volunteers, especially retired professors, teachers, historians to facilitate a program and help clarify or answer questions on the topic. Please call Pam Mount at Penfield Recreation if you would like to be a part of this rewarding DEAR program.

The American Civil War Part IV The Legacy at Willow Pond has sponsored this exciting Civil War program. Civil War historian Professor Gary W. Gallagher richly recounts this epic conflict in these brilliant lectures that explore not just the military conflict, but the social and political history of the nation during those years. Participants will be asked to take notes and share in discussion after each session. This Great Course will be presented weekly in the Senior Lounge at 11:00 AM. There is no fee to attend but registration is required. 1/24 Cold Harbor to Petersburg Prisoners of War 1/31 The Confederate Home Front I & II 2/7 The Northern Home Front I & II 2/14 Mobile Bay and Atlanta Petersburg, the Crater, & the Valley 2/21 The Final Campaigns Petersburg to Appomattox 2/28 Closing Scenes and Reckonings Remembering the War

Eat, Sleep, and Love Your New-Found Energy

The American Revolution

We have had an overwhelming request for this series and we are thrilled to have In 2006, Eat, Pray, Love was presented the opportunity to present this excellent as one woman’s globe-trotting search program to our DEAR students. The class for everything. In 2014, we often find is taught by one of our favorite Great ourselves searching for simple, life affirming Course Professors Dr. Allen C. Guelzo choices here at home. As part of the DEAR who is the Henry R. Luce Professor of Roots of Wellness program, we will study the Civil War Era and director of Civil nutrition and sleep, using the miraculous War Era Studies at Gettysburg College in lens of modern science. Join us as we Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He holds a M.A. combine our Great Courses into a double and a Ph.D. in History from the University feature highlighting the latest research and of Pennsylvania. This program offers surprising answers in these most basic areas students an understanding of the unique of life. We will feature 30-minute lectures circumstances surrounding the success of by award winning professors Roberta H. the 13 colonies’ fight for independence. Anding [Baylor College of Medicine] and A remarkable accomplishment given the H. Craig Heller [Stanford University]. You lack of military organization and training don’t need to go to Italy, India, or Bali to and virtually no Navy to speak of. A walk away more confident about how to comprhensive look at the grievances that enjoy your life to the fullest. led to a confrontation and the factors involved that made America’s victory #143662-B 2/3 - 3/31 (no class 2/17) possible. M - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Penfield Community Center Rosemary Irwin Free - Please register to attend

#143662-A 1/24 - 2/28 F - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Penfield Community Center John and Pat Schmeelk Free - Please register to attend

#143662-C 4/4 - 5/30 (no class 4/18) F - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Penfield Community Center Free - Please register to attend

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History/Philosophy

The Great Course Club Classics in American Literature

History Sleuths Wanted

Mark Twain’s definition of a classic book is “A book which people praise and don’t read.” Classics in American Literature is an opportunity to read or re-read those very important texts and discuss their relevancy to the American experience. They are authors and titles that have somehow shocked, The First Ladies of the Civil War destabilized, or changed the scope of American society. We continue with this epic series (84 lectures) here at Penfield Recreation and invite you to explore and review the great works of American authors We are gathering our next team of history as well as the lives and details of the authors themselves. Literary resources for each lecture appear sleuths as we begin to research the lives of below the course description. See the following authors for this sessions reading assignments. “The First Ladies of the Civil War.” Our

Herman Melville

and the Fish Story to End All Fish Stories

Walt Whitman

Moby Dick is that quintessential 19th century novel. It’s not for the faint of heart with 135 chapters and an epilogue to boot. But it is an important selection when we are studying the classics in American Literature. In this text the reader finds conjurings of an adventure yarn of the whale ship Pequod, commanded by Captain Ahab. Ishmael soon learns that Ahab has one purpose on this voyage: to seek out Moby Dick, a ferocious, enigmatic white sperm whale. In a previous encounter, the whale destroyed Ahab’s boat and bit off his leg, which now drives Ahab to take revenge. In Moby Dick, Melville uses stylized language, symbolism, and metaphor to explore numerous complex themes. Join us for these lectures as we transcend the pages of Melville’s work to understand the spiritual, metaphysical and ideological metaphors he has crafted for the reader. Hopefully we will gain an appreciation and an understanding of the epic tale.

Walt Whitman introduced 19th century America with an unprecedented poetic account of the common man and woman. His themes of democracy, nature, humanity reflect the vision and vulnerability of the relatively new nation. Like Emerson and Thoreau, Whitman is inspired to break away from the European trends and find a voice in the territory of the new world.

Selected text: Moby Dick #143662-D 2/12 - 2/26 W - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Penfield Community Center Free

Greatest American Poet

Selected text: (See web-site for Poems) #143662-E 3/19 - 4/2 W - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Penfield Community Center Free

team will delve into the social, personal and political lives of the nation’s most famous women in the 1860s. Please join our group and spend the cold winter months exploring and sharing the lives of Mary Todd Lincoln and Varina Davis. Our first meeting will be Tuesday, February 4 at 1:00 PM at Penfield Community Center. We will hand out research assignments on this day and then meet throughout the winter to share research information. The panel will present a group oral report on Saturday, April 26 at our Civil War Day symposium. For more details, please call Pam Mount at 340-8664. #143661-A 2/4 Tu - 1:00 PM Penfield Community Center Free

Harriet Beacher Stowe

Global Warming: Yes? Maybe? No?

An important representation of slavery during an era that needed to lay witness to an atrocious institution that threatened the very values that the new nation fought so desperately to achieve. Her novel sold over 300,000 copies its first year and is a striking example of how literature can change the course of human history.

Let’s examine—in a cold sober round table—all chosen sides and agendas to today’s raging controversy on the subject. Science based and politically driven arguments get in the way of our planet’s future climate trends. Retired science teacher and Penfield resident Nels Carman will lead us on a thought provoking rational conversation about this misunderstood topic.

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

#143662-F 5/14 - 5/21 W - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Penfield Community Center Free

#143663-A 3/14 - 3/28 F - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Penfield Community Center Free (Please register to attend)

Understanding Great Art Have you ever wondered what was actually being translated in the works of some of the greatest pieces of art the world has known? What technical skills are required to understand the depth of the artwork? This program will reveal the array of symbolism and imagery, and the progression of genre that will help the untrained eye explore the rich composition of canvas, sculpture, prints and more. #143662-G M - 11:00 -12:30 PM Penfield Community Center Free

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FREE Activities at Penfield Recreation for Adults 55+ Tuesdays Games for the Brain

(Lunch available this day for only $4.) See page 34 for details.

Book Club Third Wednesday of the month after Wednesday Tea (around 1:30) we begin book club. A lively discussion for readers who like to dissect their novels. Books for the following discussion are given out at this meeting.

Wednesday - Afternoon Tea Salon at 1:00 PM Enjoy hot tea, dessert, stimulating conversation and a great escape from a busy day. Tea is always served in china and the desserts are always delectable. The first Wednesday of the month we present a book review with Camille DelVecchio from the Penfield Public Library. Registration not required.

Walk the Gym Walk the gym at selected times. Call the Recreation office 340-8655 option 6 to find out the week’s availability.

Thursday Lecture Series Each week, beginning January 30, a free interesting lecture on a variety of topics is presented at 12:30 PM. There is no fee, but registration is required. (See pages 35-36 for detailed information about topic and optional lunches that are available for a small fee.)

Friday Film Series

Please note: films are once a month at 2:00 PM Sponsored by the Penfield Public Library and Penfield Recreation Films are presented in full stereo sound with a large screen format the last Friday of the month. A variety of movies are chosen each month and include classics and recently released films based on availability. You can call the Penfield Recreation Dept. for monthly titles.

Discuss a Good Book This program will provide an opportunity to meet fellow avid readers to exchange ideas and knowledge on a selected topic. We invite participants to choose their own related titles or to read from the suggested text below. Our first topic up for examination is:

Open Mah Jongg This open Mah Jongg time is for experienced players but an instructional class for beginners will be held at this same time for a small fee. Participants for open Mah Jongg must organize game play amongst themselves and must supply their own Mah Jongg boards and cards. 1/22 - 4/30 W - 2:30 - 4:30 PM Penfield Community Center

“Mankind’s Impact Upon the Earth, Past Present and Future” “Guns Germs and Steel” by Jared Diamond “Cosmos” by Carl Sagan Please call 340-8664 if you would like to participate.

St. Patrick’s Day Party Stop in for corned beef and cabbage and some St. Patrick’s Day fun! Lunch at 12:00. Purchase tickets in advance for $4. 3/11 Tu - 12:00 PM Fee: $4.00

Senior Police Academy Penfield Recreation and the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office will offer an exciting nine-week Senior Citizen Academy this March. Participants will get a first-hand account of the different agencies and departments that make up the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. Classes will meet for nine consecutive Thursdays at Penfield Community Center. A bus will leave from this location to tour many individual departments that make up the Monroe County Sheriff ’s Office. These field trips include the Public Safety Building, Public Safety Training Facility, Emergency Operations Center, Monroe County Correctional Facility, including talks by SWAT, K-9, Mounted Unit, DWI Unit, and many other facilities. Dates and times will be announced on our web-site and in the paper. Enrollment is $6.00 and is limited. Adults 55+ can register for this program at Penfield Recreation Department or by going on-line at www.penfieldrec. org. For more information please call 340-8655. #145880-A 3/20 - 5/8 Th - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Penfield Community Center Fee: $6.00

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Family Wellness “Wellness Adventures” Participation in many of the programs offered through Penfield Recreation will earn you a passport stamp, collect 6 stamps and receive our official Wellness t-shirt and entry into wellness prize drawings. Wellness Adventure Passports are available at the Penfield Recreation office. Full details of program included with passport or on our web-site at www.penfieldrec.org Be Active, Be Well, Enjoy Life!

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Family Wellness 3rd Annual

Adirondack Victorian Valentine Dinner Fundraiser

Civil War Day Saturday, April 26 10:00

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Dolomite Lodge Thursday, February 13

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Re enactors • Lectures • Historians Civil War Organizations and Club Reps • Artifacts

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Community Wellness Penfield Community Victory Garden

Penfield Pops Band

Penfield Community Victory Garden is a space for the Penfield community to do organic gardening, The garden is run completely by volunteers and donations. It is located on a 3-acre piece of town-owned land at 1747 Five Mile Line Road.

The Pops Band, conducted by Dick Stacy, performs throughout the Penfield/Rochester area year-round. For an up-to-date performance schedule, please contact the Recreation Dept. at 340-8655. Please contact John Jorgensen, band manager, at 385-1392 for more information about the band.

Bed rentals are available beginning the first day of program registration each January. More information is available at penfieldrec. Stay informed with Penfield Recreation’s org; click on Penfield Community Garden. E-News. Once a week you can receive the latest news and updates from Penfield Recreation. Learn about new programs and upcoming events. Be the first to know! To sign up for this newsletter go to penfieldrec. Penfield Public Library is org and click on Parks & Recreation. located at 1985 Baird Rd. Penfield Public Library is now a Safe Place c o m m u n i t y p a r t n e r. Producers, Students and Video Enthusiasts! Young people seeking Penfield TV will be offering roundtable assistance with housing, discussions, presentations and producer safety or other crisis situations will be networking opportunities. Individuals of connected at the Library with outreach all skill levels are encouraged to participate. workers from the Center for Youth, who Penfield TV provides Public, Education and will assess the needs of the young person in Government production, programming and question and access necessary services. communication services to the Penfield and Monroe County communities. Learn more at www.PenfieldTV.org or call (585) 340-8661. Follow us on Twitter: @PenfieldTV and Facebook: Penfield Community Television

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SportsNet

Residents of Penfield with disabilities may be interested in SportsNet. SportsNet provides recreation, fitness and sports opportunities for people with disabilities through a network of organizations. For more info, call the SportsNet office at 2711894 ext.1742.

Tax Receiver

Margaret Revelle, Receiver of Taxes can be reached at 340-8625 for any questions you might have. Also, check out the Tax Department web page at www.penfield. org.

Town Clerk’s Office

Your Town Clerk’s office provides many services to the Penfield community. Be sure to visit the office at the Town Hall for the following: •Issuance of Marriage Licenses (by appointment), Hunting and Fishing Licenses, Permits, Handicap Parking Hangers, and Dog Licenses. •Notary Services •Items for sale: Penfield Blanket $40, Books: Penfield Past $15, Images of Early Penfield $12.50, Calvin Wooster Owen: Diary of a Nineteenth-Century American $34.50/$49.50. For more information, contact Amy Steklof at 340-8629.

Family/Community

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Penfield Players

nity Your Commu

The Penfield Players

FREE!

Theatre!

presents

our 2nd Readers’ Theatre production...

“6 Rms Riv Vu”

by Bob Randall

A classic comedy from the 1970s!

February 8 at 2:00 pm Penfield Community Center A vacant apartment with six rooms and a river view is open for inspection by prospective tenants, and among them are a man and a woman, strangers when they meet. As the last to leave, they find themselves locked in and though both are happily married, discover a mutual attraction as they wait out the long night ahead.

2014 spring production

y! ng in Ma

Comi

The Fox on the Fairway by Ken Ludwig

“The Fox on the Fairway” takes audiences on a hilarious romp which pulls the rug out from underneath the stuffy denizens of a private country club. Filled with mistaken identities, slamming doors, and over-the-top romantic shenanigans, it’s a furiously paced comedy that recalls the Marx Brothers’ classics.

AUDITIONS for “The Fox on the Fairway” will be late

February. We’re looking for three men and three women (ages 20-60) to be a part of this great comedy! For more information, please go to www.penfieldplayers.org. 44

Penfield Players

Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org


Registration Information ~ Registration Starts January 2 ~

MAIL IN/DROP OFF/FAX/SCAN

ON-LINE (WEB)

1. You must complete a separate registration form for each household. Be sure to fill in the course #’s on your form, and sign the waiver. We cannot process your registration if your form is incomplete or unsigned.

Fee/Refund/Transfer Policy

1. In order to use Penfield Recreation’s (Please Read Carefully) on-line registration system, WebTrac, you must create an account at www.penfieldrec. org. Click Registration, then click Need an Fees: Fees are due at time of registration. No exceptions. account - click here. Refunds: Refunds are available as 2. Once the Information Form is completed noted below, unless otherwise stated and submitted to the Recreation Office, a 2. MAIL IN/DROP OFF - You may either user name and password will be issued to in the program description. All refund requests must be submitted to the Penfield mail in or drop off your registration. The your household. Recreation Office. drop-box is located next to the Recreation Office door and may be used during building 3. With a user name and password, you 1) If a class is cancelled, total amount will hours, M-Th 8AM - 10PM, Fr 8AM - 6PM, will be able to access WebTrac. Go on-line be refunded. Sa 9AM - 5PM, Su 2-5PM (building closed to the Penfield Recreation web site, www. 2) You may withdraw up to one week labor day weekend). The drop-box will be penfieldrec.org, click on Registration, log prior to the start of a class; a refund will emptied and processed throughout the day in, select your classes, place them in your be granted less $10.00 processing fee per (M-F) along with the U.S. Mail delivery. shopping cart, and “check out” using Visa, person/per course. (N.B.: certain courses MasterCard or Discover to complete the may also be non-refundable or involve a 3. FAX/SCAN - You may also fax or scan transaction on our secured site. You can portion of non-refundable monies.) your completed registration form with a print a receipt for your records. As a courtesy, please notify the Recreation credit card payment only. Fax form to if you are dropping out of a class 4. Registration begins January 2* for Department so that we may activate from a waiting list. 585-340-8617 or scan and e-mail form to Penfield town and school district residents, Thank you! recreation@penfield.org. and January 9* for non-residents (*unless 3) Within one week of a program’s start otherwise noted). date, or after a program has begun, medical 4. PAYMENT (only) refunds will be granted. A doctor’s All programs are available for on-line CHECKS - Make check payable to “Penfield written statement must accompany your registration unless otherwise noted, in which Recreation” (unless otherwise noted). request. The refund amount is subject to a case they are mail-in/drop-off or fax/scan Returned check fee is $20.00 $10.00 processing fee and will be pro-rated registration only. based upon the date of your notification to VISA, MASTERCARD & DISCOVER the Recreation Office, not the date of your - List cardholder’s name, card number and injury/illness. expiration date. Authorization required for 4) If refund is more than 180 days from Visa, MasterCard and Discover. • The Town of Penfield does not initial registration date and it was paid carry medical insurance for program 5. Registration begins January 2* for participants. by credit card, refund will be issued by Penfield town and school district residents, • The Town of Penfield reserves the check only. and January 9* for non-residents (*unless right to limit, cancel or change program 5) Absolutely no refunds after a program otherwise noted). Registrations may be elements. has ended. • The Town of Penfield reserves the submitted prior to the registration start date, right to confirm age and/or residence of but will not be processed until then. Transfers: You may transfer up to one week registrants. prior to the start of class. No transfers once a class has begun. 6. A receipt will be e-mailed or mailed to you once your registration has been processed. Please note, the receipt will say Penfield Recreation whether you have been placed in your first 1985 Baird Road or second choice. If a class has filled, your These policies apply to ALL P enfield, NY 14526 check will be returned, and/or a full refund Recreation Programs. 340-8655 processed (see registration procedures #4 above). *Please be advised that the programs, facilities & fees set forth in this publication are subject to change based on facility availability & budget considerations.

Penfield Recreation

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org

Registration

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NEW

Penfield Recreation Program Registration Form (*Fill out form completely including signature; please print*)

NEW

NAME (Primary Adult) ______________________________________

NAME (Secondary Adult, optional)_____________________________

ADDRESS ________________________________________________

ADDRESS ________________________________________________

CITY_______________________________ ZIP _________________

CITY_______________________________ ZIP _________________

HOME #_______________________ WORK #___________________

HOME #_______________________ WORK #___________________

EMERGENCY #____________________CELL #_________________

EMERGENCY #____________________CELL #_________________

Cell Carrier (for texting purposes) ______________________________

Cell Carrier (for texting purposes) ______________________________

EMAIL ___________________________________________________

EMAIL ___________________________________________________

Resident of Penfield or Penfield School District? Y N

Participant Name

Are you interested in receiving a weekly newsletter via email? Y N

Grade Birth Date Sex Course #

Please mail or drop off at Penfield Recreation, 1985 Baird Road, Penfield NY 14526

Program Name

Fee

Total Enclosed $__________

Waiver for Participation - In consideration of your accepting my entry, and understanding that a certain amount of risk is inherent to some recreational programs, I hereby, for my child, my heirs, executors, and administrators, waiver and release any and all rights and claims for damages I or my child may have against the Town of Penfield and its representatives, successors, and assigns for any and all injuries suffered by myself or my child at any activity sponsored by these groups. Furthermore, in the event a refund is granted for myself or my child for whatever reason with the above stated activity, I do hereby authorize the Town of Penfield to execute a refund voucher on my behalf and submit for payment under the terms and conditions set forth in the Town of Penfield Refund and Registration Policy. Refunds are subject to a processing fee.

X

SIGNATURE ________________________________________________________________________ {PARENT/GUARDIAN/SELF (IF OVER 18)} PLEASE LIST ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION HERE (e.g. Special Needs/Medical Notes/Requests/Other):

Check payable to: “Penfield Recreation”

3-Digit Security Code

VISA / MC / DISC Exp. Date ___/___ Account # ___________________________________|| ___ ___ ___ Cardholder’s Name:_______________________ Authorized Signature _______________________________

Penfield Recreation - Be Active, Be Well, Enjoy Life!


Reference Penfield Town Board Tony LaFountain, Supervisor Linda Kohl, Councilwoman Paula Metzler, Councilwoman Andy Moore, Councilman Rob Quinn, Councilman

Penfield Town Clerk Amy Steklof

Recreation Staff Chris Bilow, Recreation Director Linanne Conroy, CPRP, Assistant Director Steve Orsini, Assistant Director Pam Mount, Recreation Supervisor Sabrina Renner, Special Events Assistant Paula Colombo, Clerk Christine Doyle, Clerk Carol Herrick, Clerk

Parks & Facilities Staff Bob Garbeck, Parks Foreman Jim Kreckman, Facilities Foreman Dave Ewell, Security Foreman

Trails Committee Nels Carman Jr., Chair Dick Adamus Joe Brennan Fran Cioppa Mary Ellen Collinge Eleanor Hartquist W. Frank Jones

Ed Lindskoog Aileen Reis Elsa Schaefer Terry Smith Denny Tripp Ginny Wilterdink

Community Victory Garden Committee Gordy Barnes, Chair Gloria Barnes Carol Boyer Dave Boyer Dot Brenneis Dick Clouthier Trish Dorland Michael Fallat Bonnie Hawk Larry Krech

Reference Numbers and Information Bushido Kai Judo Club Monroe County Parks Penfield Art Association Penfield Business Assoc. Penfield Chamber of Commerce Penfield Cub/Boy Scout Info Penfield Girl Scouts Millwheel Unit Penfield Ecumenical Food Shelf Penfield Little League Penfield Players Penfield Pops Community Band Penfield Public Library Penfield Rangers Soccer Club Penfield Strikers Soccer Club Penfield Symphony Orchestra Penfield Youth Basketball Penfield Youth Football & Cheer Penfield Youth Lacrosse Club Sea Dragons Swim Club SportsNet (rec/sports for people with disabilities) Thousand Acre Swamp Youth Wrestling

www.bushidokai.net 265-1234 www.monroecounty.gov 753-PARK(7275) www.penfieldartassociation.com NA www.penfieldbusiness.org 348-8360 www.penfieldchamber.org 234-1541 www.senecawaterways.org 241-8530 www.millwheel.org 248-8559 www.penfieldfoodshelf.org 234-0799 www.penfieldbaseball.com 377-1854 www.penfieldplayers.org 340-8655 www.penfieldrec.org 385-1392 www.penfieldlibrary.org 340-8720 www.penfieldrangers.org 419-6623 www.penfieldstrikers.org NA www.penfieldsymphony.org 872-0774 www.pybhoops.com 377-4919 www.penfieldyouthfootball.org NA www.penfieldyouthlacrosse.com 303-8742 www.seadragons.org NA www.rochesterrehab.org 271-1894 x1742 NA 586-6677 www.penfieldwrestling.com Ed Porto 662-5751 Scott Kropman 734-1930

Community Center Meeting rooms and kitchen area are available to Penfield community non-profit groups and organizations on a permit, space available basis. Hours: Mon - Thurs, 8:00 am - 10:00 pm; Fri, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm; Sat, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm; and Sun, 2:00 - 5:00 pm The outdoor playground area is equipped for the disabled. Warning: Vehicle parking violations at the NYS Police facilities near the Justice Courts at the Community Center will be ticketed and towed.

Seasonal Jobs Applications continuously accepted for the following positions: School-Year Lifeguard/ WSI, Program Specialist and volunteers. Applications are available at the Recreation Department Office, 1985 Baird Road, Penfield, NY 14526.

Special Thanks

Chris Mandel Pat McCullough Laura Seppala Adele Shepard Greg Smith Gary Vincelli Phyllis Vincelli Bob Volpe Sue Webster

We appreciate the continuous support & cooperation of the Penfield and Webster School Districts, NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Monroe County Office of Aging, NYS Office of Aging, Penfield Fire Company, Penfield Volunteer Ambulance, Zone A Monroe County Sheriff, NYS Police, Arts Cultural Council for Greater Rochester, Lifespan, Penfield-Perinton Kiwanis, Penfield Rotary Club, Penfield Business Association, Penfield Chamber of Commerce and our many local groups & organizations. The program is funded by the NYS Office of Children & Family Services through the RochesterMonroe County Youth Bureau. The Penfield Parks & Recreation Department continues to maintain its commitment to quality and excellent service for our residents through involvement and membership in the Genesee Valley Recreation & Parks Society, New York State Recreation & Parks Society and the National Recreation & Parks Association.

Penfield Recreation

Our facilities, programs and services continually strive to meet ADA guidelines; if you have any special needs, please let us know. •

(585) 340-8655

•

www.penfieldrec.org

Reference

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This booklet is published by the Penfield Town Board Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain

Penfield Parks & Recreation 1985 Baird Road Penfield, NY 14526

PRSRT-STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID PENFIELD, NY PERMIT NO.7

Board Members Linda Kohl Paula Metzler Andy Moore Rob Quinn

Register NOW!

*

for summer swim lessons,

soccer, and day camps *beginning January 2

PenRec Winter Spring 2014  

Wellness programs for the winter/spring season of 2014.

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