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INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Dogs’ Day Out • Summer Concert Series Tastin’ The Blues • Memorial Day Ceremony of Remembrance Good Neighbor Day • Summer Swim Lessons

PROGRAM REGISTRATION BEGINS MAY 1ST

SUMMER 2018


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Penfield Recreation | www.penfieldrec.org


General Information GENERAL INFORMATION 1985 Baird Rd. • Penfield, NY 14526

(585) 340-8655

www.penfieldrec.org • recreation@penfield.org Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

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 Anne Coller....................................................................... Clerk Sarah Tomaselli................................................................ Clerk

TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information............................................................................ 3 Recreation Director’s Message........................................................ 4 Supervisor’s Message........................................................................ 4 Community Information...................................................................5-8 Penfield Players................................................................................... 9 Aquatic Programs.........................................................................10-12

Summer Swim Lessons............................................................. 10

Youth Programs.............................................................................13-26 Dance........................................................................................... 13

Special Camps & Activities.................................................13-20

Sports Camps & Activities...................................................20-24

Day Camps..............................................................................25-26

Field Trips..................................................................................... 26

Family Programs................................................................................ 27 Adult Programs.............................................................................27-34

Arts & Crafts................................................................................ 27

PARKS & FACILITIES STAFF

Adult Education.....................................................................27-29

Tim Masterton................................................ Parks Foreman Jim Kreckman............................................Facilities Foreman

Fitness, Health & Wellness..................................................29-31

Sports & Recreation.............................................................32-33

Performing Arts.......................................................................... 34

Van Trips...................................................................................... 34

TRAILS COMMITTEE Nels Carman Jr., Chair Dick Adamus Terry Bruce Fran Cioppa Eleanor Hartquist

Ed Lindskoog Aileen Reis Denny Tripp Ginny Wilterdink

COMMUNITY VICTORY GARDEN COMMITTEE Nancy Marrer, Chair Gloria Barnes Gordy Barnes Carol Boyer Dave Boyer Dot Brenneis Lisa Ford

Bonnie Hawk Larry Krech Chris Mandel Greg Smith Gary Vincelli Phyllis Vincelli Mark Whitmire

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. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

DEAR (Daytime Education at Recreation)............................................35-42

Mondays at DEAR.................................................................36-37

Tuesdays at DEAR.................................................................37-38

Wednesdays at DEAR...........................................................38-39

Thursdays at DEAR...............................................................39-40

Thursday Lecture Series........................................................... 40

Fridays at DEAR.....................................................................41-42

General Info For Adults 55+...................................................... 42

Osher Pilot Program................................................................... 42

Penfield Public Library..................................................................... 43 Scenic Treks....................................................................................... 44 Town Parks......................................................................................... 45 Reference Numbers & Information................................................ 46 Registration Info. & Forms..........................................................46-47

Registration Begins May 1st Summer 2018

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Message From The Director & Supervisor

Director’s Message It’s summertime again in Penfield and that means events, activities and summer programs! We have a full slate of programs listed in this brochure, including several new programs for you to consider. I hope that I get a chance to see you and say hello at a number of programs this season. As the weather permits, programs will go as planned, however, should changing weather necessitate cancelations please keep tuned into the department’s web site (www.penfieldrec.org) and Facebook page. Back this summer is the popular Passport to Play program that highlights all of the Town-owned playgrounds in the community (including JACK’s Place at Rothfuss Park, and our newest playground at Greenwood Park). The passport can be picked up at the Recreation Department, and as a family you can visit and play at each site. Once you have visited all ten playgrounds, bring the passport in to receive a special token prize. For those who are looking for a bit more adventure there is the ever-popular Hit the Trails Passport program that is available at the recreation office as well as Wegmans. Both of these great family programs are sponsored by Wegmans, our community Wellness Partner!

This year the department will be going through the process of updating the Recreation Department’s Masterplan. This process is done every five years and it is our goal to have the update completed and approved by the Town board in the fall. We will be requesting input from the community on a number of recreation topics, including program wishes, facility needs, and park improvements. It’s my feeling that programs, facilities, and parks are what we must focus on moving forward as a department. These three features are the basis to the type of programs we are able to provide our residents. Penfield Recreation should be the community’s recreation destination. Please be active and participate in this update; the update needs community input to be most accurate for the next five years. As I have always shared, feel free to send me—or stop in and share with me—any questions comments or concerns you have. Finally, I would like to share a special recognition to a Recreation staff member who is retiring from the Town later this summer. Steve Orsini has been providing programs and events for the community for over 29 years. Steve has always been the person “behind the curtain” at so many events over the years, but I wanted to thank him for his years of service in front of the curtain before he retires! Please join me in congratulating and wishing Steve all the best! Have a great summer,

Christopher K. Bilow, Recreation Director

Supervisor’s Message

The worst of winter is finally behind us for another year and everyone is longing for the familiar summer thoughts of “Play ball!” or “What group is playing at the amphitheater?” or “I am looking forward to the Independence Day fireworks!” The details on these popular programs and much more are contained in this summer edition of the PenRec program. I would like to recognize and thank all of our DPW employees (Highway, Parks, Facilities, and Sewer) for their efforts this past winter to manage snow and ice for our residents. When many of us are inside watching the worst of the weather, they are out keeping roadways, sidewalks, and parking lots safe for our use getting to work, school, and other important places. Participation numbers in our recreation programs are at an all-time high with more than 10,770 participants enjoying more than 1,010 programs throughout 2017. Our team continues to explore new opportunities to serve you and your families. I would like to recognize and thank Director Chris and staff members Steve, Linanne, Pam, Sabrina, Paula, Anne, Nels, and Sarah for all of their hard work and the support they provide each and every season. Our annual Spring Drop-off for Penfield residents is scheduled for Friday, May 18 from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM and Saturday, May 19 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the DPW facility, 1607 Jackson Road. More details will be available on the website, including what items will and will not be accepted, as we get closer to the event. The Memorial Day “Ceremony of Remembrance” will be held on May 28 at 10:30 AM at the Penfield Amphitheater and Kiwanis Stage behind the town hall. This event has grown each year and features the parade of roses as a touching tribute to all those who served our country and gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom—their lives. This year’s guest speaker will be the Honorable Thomas Van Strydonck, Deputy County Executive, former Chief Administrative Judge for the 7th Judicial District, and Retired Naval Commander. I look forward to seeing you there for this wonderful and very moving event. The 2020 Comprehensive Plan will be getting back on track this spring. 4

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The Town Board will look to appoint a committee to work with staff and outside consultants on data collection, preparation of a draft plan to review with the public as an information meeting, and ultimately a recommendation to the Town Board for adoption. This document will address residential, commercial, and recreational properties; status/ progress of the new Mixed Use District; infrastructure; multi-modal connectivity; sustainability; aging in place for elders; medical services; schools; rezoning opportunities; and new zoning districts. There will be a project page on the town website to keep everyone updated on the progress of the committee that will include all related documents. On the business front, all six of our business districts have seen changes and/or growth to their respective areas: Four Corners, Routes 250/441, Panorama Valley, Browncroft, Empire Blvd., and LaSalle’s Landing. Supporting local businesses is healthy for Penfield as many of our businesses give back to our community in so many ways including support for youth sports; dance; scouting; schools; visual and performing arts such as Penfield Art Association, the PSO, and Penfield Players; and the many not-for-profits in and around our community. Healthy businesses make for a healthy community, please support all of our Penfield businesses when possible; it does make a difference in so many ways! Also, please remember our many farm and garden stands and centers in Penfield—they offer a wide variety of plants, trees, produce, and many other related goods and materials. I would like to recognize and thank my partners in government, the Penfield Town Board members, for their support as we look to serve all of our residents across Penfield: Andy Moore, Paula Metzler, Linda Kohl, and Rob Quinn. Finally, I welcome and enjoy the opportunity to speak with you on any topic involving our great community as to what you enjoy, what you would like to see more of, and what we might be able to do better. It is your thoughts, ideas, and comments that help us plan new programs, facilities, and services for you and your families. I hope to see you around the town. Please stop me and say hello, I enjoy meeting our new residents and reconnecting with those of you I’ve known over the years. Enjoy your spring and summer…be well and be safe!

Tony

supervisor@penfield.org (585) 340-8631 Penfield Recreation | www.penfieldrec.org


Terry Rothfuss Memorial

Good Neighbor Day Join “Terry’s Team” to help your neighbors!

Saturday, May 19 • 8 AM - 12 PM We are looking for volunteers for the 3rd annual Terry Rothfuss Memorial Good Neighbor Day to help seniors, veterans, or those who are disabled to do light yard work and spring clean-up. We need volunteers of all ages, so bring the whole family! Know someone who could use the extra hand? Let us know! We will bring scrap to the Penfield Drop-off, rake out flower beds, plant flowers, fix lawn damage from plows, and much more! Terry Rothfuss was a farmer in east Penfield who was a friend to all. He was always ready and willing to help anyone at any time. When he passed away in 2014 there was a huge hole left in the community. His friends and family want to carry on Terry’s legacy of friendship by continuing to help their community and inspire others to do the same.

Memorial Day

Ceremony of Remembrance Mon., May 28 • 10:30 AM

Veterans Memorial Park, 3100 Atlantic Ave.

Guest Speaker:

Hon. Thomas Van Strydonck -

Deputy County Executive, former Chief Administrative Judge for the 7th Judicial District, and Retired Naval Commander.

Penfield Ecumenical Food Shelf

Summer Food For Kids You Can Help By Donating:

Tuna, macaroni & cheese microwaveable bowls, canned pasta, cheese/peanut butter crackers, beef stew, Ramen noodles, applesauce cups and mayonnaise & jelly in plastic jars

Drop off your food donations in the chute at the back of the Food Shelf by June 15 penfieldecumenicalfoodshelf.org • penfieldfoodshelf@gmail.com facebook.com/PenfieldEcumenicalFoodShelf • 585-234-0799 United Way Donor Number: #3331 Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

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Community Information

PASSPORT to PLAY

Hey kids! Here’s something just for you!

Visit all of Penfield’s 10 playgrounds and earn a token for your effort!

Rothfuss Park’s agricultural history makes it a FUN place to explore!

Rothfuss Park FARM WALK

Pick up the Passport to Play at the Recreation office to learn all of the details!

This farm walk is one way to learn about the tools, animals, and crops that were once the life of this former farm. Pick up a Farm Walk Map at the red box near the playground and follow the instructions. Complete all three walk themes and bring your Map to Penfield Recreation for a “I Walked the Rothfuss Farm” t-shirt.

The program runs June, July and August. A new theme will start at the beginning of each month.

Sponsored By:

PENFIELD TV

Penfield Television has been an integral part of the Public, Education and Government Access network since 1985. It serves the Penfield community with a broadcast signal through Spectrum Cable, channels 1301 and 1303, a high definition web stream at penfieldTV.org, and through ROKU. Penfield TV broadcasts LIVE proceedings of Town, Planning and Zoning Board of Appeals Meetings, along with Informational Meetings and Public Hearings. School district, county, state and national programs are also submitted for broadcast. Board meetings and other local programs are made available on-demand through YouTube, Vimeo, and ROKU under the channel “Penfield Television.” For more information or assistance viewing Penfield TV’s programming, please call the department at (585) 340-8661, email at pctv@penfield.org, or go to www.penfieldTV.org.

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. In person methods of payment include, cash, check, Mastercard, Visa and Discover. We also offer online dog license renewals – www.penfield.org, click on 6

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Town Clerk’s Office. Online payments include Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express. • Notary Services • Marriage Ceremonies • Items for Sale: Penfield Landmark Prints ($4, $12.50 and $17), Penfield Landmark Notecards ($1), Penfield Blankets ($34), Books: Memories of Penfield ($12.50), Penfield Past ($12.50), Images of Early Penfield ($10.50), Calvin Wooster Owen: Diary of a Nineteenth-Century American (Hardcover $42, Softcover $29). For more information, contact Amy Steklof at 340-8629.

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.

The program is funded by the NYS Office of Children & Family Services through the Rochester-Monroe County Youth Bureau. Our facilities, programs and services continually strive to meet ADA guidelines; if you have any special needs, please let us know. Penfield Recreation | www.penfieldrec.org


Community Information

Dogs’ Day Out! Saturday, June 23 (rain date 6/24) 10:00AM – 1:00PM • Rothfuss Park

FREE! Bring the whole family… especially the dog! • Dog parade & show with prizes! • Agility course & demo • Dog handling demo for kids • Presentation on Scent Work for dogs • Games for dogs and their humans • DIY healthy dog treats • Stuffed animal parade & show for kids • Local rescue groups • Local dog-friendly establishments • And so much more! Watch penfieldrec.org and Facebook for more info.! Dogs must be vaccinated, friendly, and on-leash for this event. Owners are required to pick up after their dogs.

Please register for this event with course number 354850-A. Register at www.penfieldrec.org, by calling (585) 340-8655, or in person at the Penfield Rec office. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

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Community Information

Penfield Amphitheater Penfield Amphitheater Summer Concert Series

Penfield Amphitheater & Kiwanis Stage, Veterans Memorial Park

(behind Penfield Town Hall, 3100 Atlantic Avenue.)

Tuesdays Upstage

7:00 - 9:00 PM

July 10 Keys to the Caddy 12 piece band

playing Classic Rock, Rhythm and Blues, Pop, Country, Jazz…anything but Opera.

July 17 Jumbo Shrimp the BIGGEST little band

IN THE WORLD (or Rochester, whichever comes first).

July 24 Teagan and the Tweeds A six-piece

ensemble that includes a Hammond organ and pedal-steel guitar, rock and blues- country-folk vibe that fills a venue like nobody’s business!

July 31 Matt Chase & Thunder Canyon

Country music at its best.

Thursdays Kids Fest

7:00 - 8:00 PM

July 12

Mr. Loops Playing a collection of kids

July 19

Paulsen and Baker Paulsen & Baker

rock songs that keep everyone hopping

has been described as “Country,” “Folk,” “Rock n Roll,” “Bluegrass”

July 26

Mike Kornrich Playing some great favorites:

I’ve Been Working on the Railroad, Zippedy Doo Dah, Old MacDonald, Rock Around The Clock

August 2 Dady Brothers

American Folk Roots and Irish Traditional

Saturdays on Stage

7:00 - 9:00 PM

July 21 Northside Johnny Classic rock. August 4 Mr. Mustard ....is a tribute band to the

music of The Beatles and you, our audience.

Penfield Pops Band

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Music & Food Truck Rodeo

Penfield Amphitheater & Kiwanis Stage, Veterans Memorial Park

(behind Penfield Town Hall, 3100 Atlantic Avenue.)

Friday, June 1

Penfield School performing groups Music 5:00 - 8:30 PM Food Trucks (windows up 4:30 PM)

Tony Tomatoes Tuscan Wood Fired Pizza Smoothies Plus • The Meat Ball Truck Co. Sonny’s Landing “Eat Greek” • Roc City Sammich The Dough Boys Fried Dough • Abbott’s Frozen Custard

Tastin’ the Blues

Saturday, Sept. 15 12:00-4:00 PM Steve Grills and the Roadmasters with Joe Beard Chili judging and Beer sampling Penfield Recreation | www.penfieldrec.org


Penfield Players

Penfield Players: Your Community Theatre A Comedy of Tenors

by Ken Ludwig Directed by Dave Woodworth and produced by Liz Gill and Sandy Lowe-Dusel. A Comedy of Tenors follows producer Henry Saunders in 1930s Paris as he tries to keep Italian superstar Tito Merelli and his hot-blooded wife, Maira, from causing runaway chaos just before the concert of the century. With four tenors, two wives, three girlfriends, and a soccer stadium filled with screaming fans, what could possibly go wrong? Prepare for an uproarious ride, full of mistaken identities, bedroom hijinks, and madcap delight. 8 PM Friday & Saturday April 27, 28 May 4, 5, 11, 12 Sunday Matinee 2 PM May 6 All performances will be held at the Penfield Community Center 1985 Baird Rd., Penfield Tickets available March 26 - Advance: $12 WEB: www.penfieldrec.org • PHONE: (585) 340-8655 WALK IN: 1985 Baird Road, Penfield Recreation Dept. DOOR: $15 One half hour prior to show time WE LOVE GROUPS: $10 seats available to groups of 10 or more. ADMISSION: Theater doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain All ticket sales are final. For more Penfield Players information, please visit www.penfieldplayers.org

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Summer Readers’ Theatre: Robin Hood By Tim Kelly FREE PERFORMANCE Saturday, July 28 • 6 pm Veterans Memorial Park - Amphitheater For children and parents! This is a new theatrical event for the Penfield Players. Robin Hood is intended for children and parents in a picnic-style venue at the Veterans Memorial Park Amphitheater, 3100 Atlantic Avenue. Families and friends are urged to bring lawn chairs, blanket, and a picnic supper. Robin Hood, the outlaw of Sherwood Forest, leads a merry life with his followers. Anyone who is hungry or who has no place to live is welcome in the greenwood. The citizens of the forest oppose wicked Prince John. He’s taken the place of King Richard the Lion-Hearted, who has gone to the Holy Land on a crusade. One day a caravan cuts through the wood. In the convoy is Robin’s childhood sweetheart, Maid Marian, ward of King Richard. Alas, the evil Lady Merle of Cornwall plans to force Marian to marry the Prince in an effort to make John more acceptable to the people of England. To arms! It’s up to Robin to stop the marriage, defeat a nasty sheriff and secure Nottingham for the king’s return. It’s all done in rousing fashion! The show is suitable for all ages! Inclement Weather Location: Penfield Community Center, 1985 Baird Road - call 340-8655 or visit www.penfieldrec.org

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Summer Swim Lessons Summer Swim Lessons Red Cross Levels 1 - 6 (Ages 6-14) Session Day Date Fee Session 1 Mon-Thu June 25-28 and (8 lessons) Mon-Fri July 2-6 (no class 7/4) $55 Session 2 (8 lessons)

Mon-Thu July 9-19

Session 3 Mon-Fri July 23-27 (5 lessons)

$55 Lvl. 1-2 $34 Lvl. 3-6 $44

REGISTRATION: Summer Swim Lessons (Level 1-6 & Tiny Tadpole) resident registration and non-resident registration is currently underway. AGES 4-14 Red Cross Levels 1-6: 8 lessons • Tadpoles: 4 lessons

SUMMER SWIM LESSON COURSE NUMBERS SESSION 1

SESSION 2

SESSION 3

8:00 - 8:35 AM Level 1...............#311250-A Level 2...............#311250-B Level 3...............#311250-C Level 4.............. #311250-D Level 5 & 6.......#311250-E

8:00 - 8:35 AM Level 1...............#311270-A Level 2...............#311270-B Level 3...............#311270-C Level 4.............. #311270-D Level 5 & 6.......#311270-E

8:00 - 8:35 AM Level 1...............#311290-A Level 2...............#311290-B

Tadpole 1A........#311242-A Tadpole 1B........#311242-B

Tadpole 2A.......#311242-M Tadpole 2B....... #311242-N

8:35 - 9:10 AM Level 1...............#311251-A Level 2...............#311251-B Level 3...............#311251-C Level 4.............. #311251-D Level 5 & 6.......#311251-E

8:35 - 9:10 AM Level 1...............#311271-A Level 2...............#311271-B Level 3...............#311271-C Level 4.............. #311271-D Level 5 & 6.......#311271-E

Tadpole 1A........#311242-C Tadpole 1B....... #311242-D

Tadpole 2A....... #311242-O Tadpole 2B........ #311242-P

9:10 - 9:45 AM Level 1...............#311252-A Level 2...............#311252-B Level 3...............#311252-C Level 4.............. #311252-D Level 5 & 6.......#311252-E

9:10 - 9:45 AM Level 1...............#311272-A Level 2...............#311272-B Level 3...............#311272-C Level 4.............. #311272-D Level 5 & 6.......#311272-E

Tadpole 1A........#311242-E Tadpole 1B........ #311242-F

Tadpole 2A....... #311242-Q Tadpole 2B........#311242-R

9:45 - 10:20 AM Level 1...............#311253-A Level 2...............#311253-B Level 3...............#311253-C Level 4.............. #311253-D Level 5 & 6.......#311253-E

9:45 - 10:20 AM Level 1...............#311273-A Level 2...............#311273-B Level 3...............#311273-C Level 4.............. #311273-D Level 5 & 6.......#311273-E

Tadpole 1A....... #311242-G Tadpole 1B....... #311242-H

Tadpole 2A........ #311242-S Tadpole 2B........ #311242-T

10:20 - 10:55 AM Level 1...............#311254-A Level 2...............#311254-B Level 3...............#311254-C Level 4.............. #311254-D Level 5 & 6.......#311254-E

10:20 - 10:55 AM Level 1...............#311274-A Level 2...............#311274-B Level 3...............#311274-C Level 4.............. #311274-D Level 5 & 6.......#311274-E

SEE GRID FOR COURSE #S Ages 4-5 (4 lessons) Penfield HS Pool

Tadpole 1A......... #311242-I Tadpole 1B......... #311242-J

Tadpole 2A........#311242-U Tadpole 2B........#311242-V

Water safety and basic swimming skills are taught in a playful manner to encourage a love for swimming! Lessons are held Monday through Thursday (except Session 1B) for 35 minutes starting at 8:00AM (see grid for times and course #). Parent observation day is Wednesday for all sessions except Session 1B is Thursday. (Ratio - 1 instructor per 4 children.)

10:55 - 11:30 AM Level 1...............#311255-A Level 2...............#311255-B Level 3...............#311255-C Level 4.............. #311255-D Level 5 & 6.......#311255-E

10:55 - 11:30 AM Level 1...............#311275-A Level 2...............#311275-B Level 3...............#311275-C Level 4.............. #311275-D Level 5 & 6.......#311275-E

Tadpole 1A........#311242-K Tadpole 1B........#311242-L

Tadpole 2A...... #311242-W Tadpole 2B........#311242-X

SEE GRID FOR COURSE #S Ages 6-14 Penfield HS Pool (Must have completed Kindergarten)

Non-swimmer through advanced swimmer levels (see dates above). 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. PARENT OBSERVATION DAYS ARE: Session 1 - 7/3 • Session 2 - 7/18 • Session 3 - 7/25 If you also register for PCC Day Camp, Day Camp Staff will walk your child to swim lessons each day (see page 25).

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 - 7/23-7/27 (see Session 3 above). Summer Swim Lessons Tiny Tadpoles (Ages 4-5) Session Day Date Fee Session 1A Mon-Thu June 25-28 $39 Session 1B Mon-Fri July 2-6 (no class 7/4) $39 Session 2A Session 2B

Mon-Thu July 9-12 Mon-Thu July 16-19

$39 $39

Session 3A

Mon-Thu July 23-26

$39

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Tadpole 3A.........#311242-2 8:00 - 8:45 AM Level 3...............#311290-C Level 4.............. #311290-D Level 5 & 6.......#311290-E 8:45 - 9:20 AM Level 1...............#311291-A Level 2...............#311291-B Tadpole 3A.........#311242-3 8:45 - 9:30 AM Level 3...............#311291-C Level 4.............. #311291-D Level 5 & 6.......#311291-E 9:30 - 10:05 AM Level 1...............#311292-A Level 2...............#311292-B Tadpole 3A.........#311242-4 9:30 - 10:15 AM Level 3...............#311292-C Level 4.............. #311292-D Level 5 & 6.......#311292-E 10:15 - 10:50 AM Level 1...............#311293-A Level 2...............#311293-B Tadpole 3A......... #311242-5 10:15 - 11:00 AM Level 3...............#311293-C Level 4.............. #311293-D Level 5 & 6.......#311293-E 11:00 - 11:35 AM Level 1...............#311294-A Level 2...............#311294-B Tadpole 3A.........#311242-6 11:00 - 11:45 AM Level 3...............#311294-C Level 4.............. #311294-D Level 5 & 6.......#311294-E

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Aquatics

AQUATICS Summer Games 2018

Sheryl Rimore Reg. No. Day Date 311298-A Mon-Thu Jul 30-Aug 2 Ages 7-9 (4 classes) 

Time Fee 9:00AM-12:00PM $64 Penfield HS Pool

311298-B Mon-Thu Jul 30-Aug 2 Ages 10-13 (4 classes)

9:00AM-12:00PM $64 Penfield HS Pool

Come and enjoy a fun-filled program where you will have a chance to participate in field sports, track events, and water activities each day. Program includes activities such as: flag team games, PE game favorites, track events, water sports and more. Each day please dress for the weather, wear sneakers, bring bathing suit, towel, and water bottle. Camp director - Sheryl Rimore, physical education teacher, with members of PHS swim and track teams. Penfield High School Pool and fields outside of pool entrance - first day meet at pool.

Splash into Family OPEN Swim & 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 1-meter boards in the diving well! Pool rules state: • All swimmers must be completely toilet trained. • All hair must be secured back. • A swimming adult must accompany any swimmer in the pool who measures less than 50” from chin to toe, and under the age of 10. • An adult must be on deck if swimmer exceeds the height requirement, but is under the age of 10. Monday-Thursday 6/25 - 8/2 • 1:00 - 3:30 PM (no swim 7/4)

*Exception: 7/11 & 7/17 - On these dates open swim times are 2:15 - 3:30 PM ($1.00 admission on these dates) Penfield High School Pool Fee: $2.00 per person - pay at pool OR PURCHASE A SUMMER FAMILY FUN PASS FOR $30.00 - ALLOWS UP TO 4 SWIMMERS ENTRY TO FAMILY SWIM FOR ENTIRE SUMMER. PASSES AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT REC. OFFICE OR AT POOL DURING FAMILY SWIM.

Private Swim Lessons Private swim lessons for ages 4 and up will be offered during our afternoon family open swim program for the month of July at the Penfield High School pool. The fee will be $20 per half-hour lesson. Lessons will be instructed by the Penfield Recreation summer aquatic staff and scheduled first come, first served, based on instructor availability. To make a reservation for your lesson, please call 249-6881 beginning June 20 and leave a message with the following information: • Your name • Your child’s name • Preferred day of week (M - Th) for your lesson • Number of lessons you would like • Approximate Red Cross swim level of your child • What specific skill(s) you wish to improve • Telephone numbers where you can be reached in the afternoons

Water Safety Instructor Aide Certification

Penfield Recreation Certified Instructor Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 311245-A Mon-Fri Jun 25-Jul 6 11:30AM-1:00PM $72 Ages 10-15 (8 classes, no class 6/29 & 7/4) Penfield HS Pool

Training is provided to individuals who wish to assist Water Safety Instructors in conducting American Red Cross swimming courses. This training will provide students with the ability to understand the roles and responsibilities of a WSI Aide. This course provides an excellent opportunity for those swimmers who have passed Level 5 or 6 of the American Red Cross swim course and are looking for a way to stay active with swimming and keep up their technique. If you love swimming and want to teach others to swim, you’ll love this course! (The American Red Cross Swimming and Diving Manual will be utilized during class and will be available for students to borrow.) Students should bring a notebook, pencil, Level 5 or 6 swim card, bathing suit, and towel to first class. Attendance at all classes is required in order to pass this course. Those students who successfully pass this course will have the opportunity to volunteer with a water safety instructor during session 2 or 3 of the swim program. Limited enrollment. Prerequisite: Completion of ARC Level 5 and a strong sense of maturity and responsibility

American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification Class

Joel Freeman, Certified Red Cross Instructor Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 311230-A Tue & Thu May 15-Jun 14 6:00-9:00PM $200 Ages 16 & up (10 classes) Penfield HS Pool

(Requirement: Must be 16 years old by 5/15/18) This program is for swimmers who have completed the American Red Cross Swim Level 4 and are interested in becoming instructors for Red Cross Swim programs. You will learn how to instruct the American Red Cross swimming levels, both adult and children’s lessons, and basic water safety. Attendance at all class sessions is required for completion and certification as a water safety instructor. Prerequisite: Completion of Level 4 in the ARC swim course & a strong sense of maturity & responsibility Register immediately for this program. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

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Aquatics Sport Water Games Camp

Sheryl Rimore, Pen Rec Pool Director & Aquatics Staff Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 311218-A Mon-Thu Jul 16-19 12:00-1:00PM $49 Ages 8-12 (4 classes) Penfield HS Pool

Come and enjoy a fun-filled program where you will have a chance to participate in water sports. Each day will be a different water sport theme including relays and fun water challenges. Please bring a bathing suit, towel, goggles, and water bottle.

Springboard Diving

Joel Freeman, Diving Coach Reg. No. Day Date 311226-A Mon-Thu Jun 25-28 311226-B Mon-Thu Jul 9-12 Ages 8-18 (4 classes)

Time Fee 5:00-6:00PM $54 5:00-6:00PM $54 Penfield HS Pool

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. Instruction will include: front approaches, back approaches, inward and twisting dives. Beginner and experienced divers welcome.

Lifeguarding Course with Waterfront Module

Joel Freeman, Certified Red Cross Instructor Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 311240-A Mon-Fri Jun 18-22 4:00-9:00PM $200 Ages 15 & up Penfield HS Pool

RED CROSS CERTIFIED LIFEGUARD CLASS Lifeguard books and materials will be available to pick up at Recreation Office when you register. Read lifeguard book prior to first class. Bring suit, goggles, towel, lifeguard book, and materials to all class sessions. (Swimming requirements during course includes a 2-minute tread water, 300 yd (pool lifeguard) / 550 yd (waterfront lifeguard) swim using freestyle and breast strokes, as well as a timed surface dive 7-10 feet, retrieving a 10 lb. object, then swimming 20 yards with object held by both hands.) You must attend all sessions and successfully complete with all requirements to become a Certified Lifeguard. Bring snack/dinner. Fee includes: Lifeguard book and CPR pocket mask.

Swim Lessons Parent/Child Ages 6 months - 36 months

Swim Lessons - Age 3 Reg. No. Day 301234-A Sun 301234-B Sun Age 3 (7 lessons) 

Date Jul 8-Aug 19 Jul 8-Aug 19

Time Fee 10:25-10:55AM $110 12:45-1:15PM $110 Penfield Sport & Fitness 667 Panorama Trail W.

301234-C Tue & Thu Jul 10-26 10:00-10:30AM $95 301234-D Tue & Thu Jul 31-Aug 16 10:00-10:30AM $95 Age 3 (6 lessons) Penfield Sport & Fitness  667 Panorama Trail W.

Our pre-beginner program for children age 3 is designed as an introduction to swimming and water enjoyment. The student instructor ratio for this class is 5 to 1, with a lifeguard on deck. Pool is 89° F with a parent viewing area. Instructors are Lifeguard, First Aid, and CPR certified. Locker rooms available next to pool, & free child care provided.

Water Yoga

Bonnie Sunderville Reg. No. Day 331222-A Thu 8 classes 

Date Time Fee Jun 28-Aug 16 8:15-9:00AM $79 Penfield Sport & Fitness 667 Panorama Trail W.

A class that presents Yoga poses in our 89° F salt-pure pool that enhances strength, increases range of motion, improves balance, and includes relaxation techniques.

Pen Rec Mile Swim Club June is Wellness Month in Penfield. In honor of this we will be holding a free program on three Saturday afternoons to promote wellness. Come in and work towards the goal of swimming one mile - 70 laps equals one mile. Achieve your goal by attending each Saturday or for those who are regular swimmers, come in and swim your 70 laps in one afternoon. Prizes will be awarded to those who complete the one-mile challenge. (New prize for those who complete it for the second, third or fourth year). Join us on Saturdays from 3:00-5:00PM on June 2, June 9 and June 16. See you at the pool!

Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 301233-A Sun Jul 8-Aug 19 12:45-1:15PM $110 301233-B Tues Jul 10-Aug 21 6:30-7:00PM $110 Ages 6-36 mo. (7 lessons) Penfield Sport & Fitness  667 Panorama Trail W.

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. Lessons are held in 20-yard pool, kept at 89° F. Locker rooms available next to pool, & free child care provided. Pool staff are CPR, First Aid & Lifeguard certified. Classes require parent participation.

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Youth Programs

SPECIALTY CAMPS & ACTIVITIES Animation Workshop

David Puls Reg. No. Day 312425-A M, Tu, F Ages 8-12 (3 classes)

YOUTH PROGRAMS

DANCE Creative Movement

American Dance Academy, Jodi Marcello Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 302830-01 M, W, F Jul 16-Jul 27 9:50-10:30AM $57 Ages 3-5 Penfield Community Center

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 towards the preschool child. Ballet shoes recommended. Boys welcome!

Tap, Ballet & Tumbling

American Dance Academy, Jodi Marcello Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 302830-02 M, W, F Jul 16-Jul 27 10:35-11:20AM $57 Ages 5-9 Penfield Community Center

Children will develop skills in the area of tap, ballet, and tumbling. Ballet shoes recommended, along with a pair of hard-sole shoes for tap.

Hip Hop

American Dance Academy, Jodi Marcello Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 302830-03 M, W, F Jul 16-Jul 27 11:20AM-12:00PM $57 Ages 7-14 Penfield Community Center

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.

Dance for a Princess

American Dance Academy, Jodi Marcello Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 302830-04 M, W, F Jul 9-Jul 13 10:15-11:30AM $64 302830-05 M, W, F Aug 6-Aug 10 10:15-11:30AM $64 Ages 3-9 Penfield Community Center

Your little ballerina will experience the enchanting world of a Fairytale Princess. The magical days will include dancing to princess music, making a princess craft, hearing a princess story and emphasizing qualities that make a real princess so special. Costumes can be worn to camp. Different princess themes each camp. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

Date Aug 20, 21, 24

Time Fee 10:00-11:30AM $50 Penfield Community Center

Why watch cartoons when you can make them? The young artists will design their characters and then make a professional- style model sheet and character description sheet. They will learn how to create a motion map for smooth animation and then do a series of drawings that will be recorded to video with music. The last 15 minutes of the final class will be used to premiere their animation for friends and family. A copy of the video will be given to the Recreation Department for students to borrow. Please bring two #2 pencils with erasers.

Music Picnic with Miss Mandy!

Mandy Elliot, Licensed Creative Arts Therapist & Certified Music Therapist Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 312417-01 M,W,Th,F Jun 25-29 10:00-10:45AM $46 first child 312417-02 M,W,Th,F Jun 25-29 10:00-10:45AM $23 sibling 312417-03 Mon-Thu Jul 9-12 10:00-10:45AM $46 first child 312417-04 Mon-Thu Jul 9-12 10:00-10:45AM $23 sibling 312417-05 Mon-Thu Jul 23-26 10:00-10:45AM $46 first child 312417-06 Mon-Thu Jul 23-26 10:00-10:45AM $23 sibling 312417-07 Mon-Thu Aug 13-16 9:30-10:15AM $46 first child 312417-08 Mon-Thu Aug 13-16 9:30-10:15AM $23 sibling Ages 6 mo-5 years with adult Penfield Community Center

Miss Mandy’s Music Picnic has something for everyone and is family friendly! Grab your basket of instruments/surprises (provided), roll out your favorite blanket (bring one along!), and get ready to sing, dance, play, and learn. Songs, musical games, puppets, sign language, and more! Experiences are adapted for all levels. Each session enjoy a totally new experience! June 25 - Nursery Rhymes & Stories July 9 - Exploring Nature July 23 - Four Seasons August 13 - Disney

Outdoor Nerf Battles

Rochester Foam Dart League Reg. No. Day Date 312510-A Mon Jun 4-Jul 30 Ages 5+ (8 weeks, no play on 7/2) 

Time 6:00-7:30PM

Fee $70 Rothfuss Park 1648 Five Mile Line Road, Penfield

Experience the intensity of outdoor Nerf battles with the Rochester Foam Dart League! The battle is open play for ages 5+. Safety glasses, ammo, jerseys, and blasters are provided, but please feel free to bring your own Nerf blaster. Capture the flag, team elimination, freeze tag, and zombie survival await each guest that arrives. Looking for more weekly play? Birthday Party? Check out the RFDL online at www.rochesterfoamdartleague.com. Drop-in play will be accepted at $12 per day, no registration required for drop-in.

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PENFIELD TRACK & FIELD MAXIMUM VELOCITY Tr a c k & F i e l d A c a d e m i e s

Training open to grades 1-12 June 11 – July 26 Includes entry fees for all Summer Series Meets Coaching at Meets Experienced • • • •

Grades 6-12 2x Week Training Monday & Thursday 6:30 – 8:00

Intro

• Grades 1-5 & 6-8 • Weekly Training • Monday 5:30 – 6:30

MIGHTY MAX For Our Youngest Athletes! Ages 3-5 Mondays, June 11 – July 23 6:00 - 6:30 p.m.

Pole Vaulters • • • •

Grades 9-12 2x Week Training Monday & Thursday 6:30 – 8:00

Summer Series Track & Field Meets

Open to Adults & Youth Tuesdays starting at 6:00 p.m. Athletes of all levels welcome Starts June 26

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Youth Programs Outdoor Nerf Battle League

Robotics LEGO Camp

Rochester Foam Dart League Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 312510-B Sun Dates and times for league TBA $85 Ages 9-14 Rothfuss Park  1648 Five Mile Line Road, Penfield

Larry Lewis, Engineer & Penfield HS Robotics Team Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 312080-A Fri Jul 20 10:00AM-2:00PM $10 312080-B Fri Aug 3 10:00AM-2:00PM $10 Ages 9-13  Penfield High School

Take aim with the Nerf battle league in Rochester! The Rochester Foam Dart League has designed game play to transform your favorite hobby into a sport! We are looking for five teams of ten players for an eight week league with one bye week. $85 per player includes t-shirt and end of season prize for first place. Players must be ages 9-14 and have a Nerf Rival blaster. The RFDL will provide extra Rival blasters, all ammo, safety equipment, etc. Game play will consist of three 18-minute periods with a two minute transition time in between play. Game modes will consist of a variety of team vs team play including: Team elimination, Capture the flag, and Accuracy shootout. The team with the highest scores throughout three periods will earn a win for that week. All game play will be held at Rothfuss Park. Register as an individual or request friends to be on the same team. To request friends when registering online add names of requests to the roster comments section.

Students will learn basic programming & mechanical techniques using LEGO Mindstorm kits. This is a fun, hands-on experience. Instruction and materials will be provided through the Penfield High School Robotics Team. Pizza lunch will be provided. Students with special dietary needs are encouraged to bring alternate lunch and/or snack. All students should bring water bottles. (Note: Each camp is the same; please only attend one.)

Adventure Camp

Penfield Recreation staff Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 318065-A Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 9:00AM-5:00PM $200 318065-B Mon-Fri early drop-off 8:00AM $25 Ages 10-14 Penfield Community Center

Does your child enjoy hiking, biking, canoeing, and other adventure-based activities? In this Adventure Camp participants will do all of these activities and more. An itinerary will be available prior to start of camp. This and all other pertinent information will be sent directly to all registered participants. There will be early drop-off available if needed. The camp will be from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, but can be extended to 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM for an additional fee of $25.00. Please note, there may be a different drop-off location on Wednesday.

Red Cross Babysitting

Domenic Danesi, Red Cross instructor Reg. No. Day Date 316610-A Sat Jun 23 Ages 11-15

Time Fee 9:00AM-3:00PM $75 Penfield Community Center

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 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 hands-on practice, the successful candidate will receive certification as an American Red Cross babysitter (certificate will be emailed). Brown bag lunches are encouraged. Questions - please call Domenic at 281-4208.

Safety First for Children

Domenic Danesi, Ready to Respond Training Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 316810-A Sat Jun 23 3:30-5:00PM $40 Ages 7-13 Penfield Community Center

This course will teach students how to answer the door, make a 911 call, fire safety, house rules, stranger danger, internet safety, and some basic first aid. The program includes take-home reference information for the children. Bring a snack. Questions - please call Domenic at 281-4208. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

Spring Into the Children’s Garden

Dorothy Brenneis Reg. No. Day 318015-A Fri Ages 6-12 (3 classes) 

Date Jun 8-22

Time Fee 4:30-5:30PM $12 Penfield Community Victory Garden 1748 Five Mile Line Road

Spark your child’s agricultural and ecological intelligence. Spend three Friday afternoons planting, preparing, and caring for the organic Penfield Children’s Garden, located at the Penfield Community Victory Garden. The children will dig and prepare soil, and plant veggies to be grown this season in the Children’s Garden. There may be strawberries to sample from our patch in June. They will learn about planning and preparing a garden. Class meets rain or shine, with the exception of torrential rain or lightning. Bring garden gloves and a bottle of water. Note: there are no bathrooms at the garden. For questions contact Dot Brenneis - 474-8508.

Summertime is Garden Time

Dorothy Brenneis Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 318015-B Tue Jul 10-Aug 21 10:30-11:30AM $24 Ages 6-12 (6 classes, no class 7/24) Penfield Community Victory Garden  1748 Five Mile Line Road

Watch how it all grows in the Children’s Garden. In this class your child will be a part of the weekly workings of our greatest, greenest child space in Penfield, the organic Children’s Garden at Penfield Community Victory Garden. Children will care for plantings and do some planting for late crops in the garden. Children will sample and bring home (if there is extra) yummy, fresh, organically grown veggies from the Children’s Garden. Surplus from the garden is also donated to the needy. Finally, children will hunt for bugs, hear a story, and explore the local ecosystem at the garden! Class meets rain or shine, with the exception of torrential rain or lightning. Bring garden gloves and a bottle of water. Note: there are no bathrooms at the garden. For questions contact Dot Brenneis - 474-8508.

Jedi Training Camp

Drew Beeman, Progressive Early Learning Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 318020-F Mon-Fri Aug 6-10 4:30-5:30PM $60 Ages 4-10, adult participation required Penfield Community Center

This Jedi Training class mixes reality and fantasy, mindfulness and meditation, seriousness and fun! Your little padawan will learn the skills necessary for Jedi. They will learn to focus and clear their minds. To concentrate and “feel the Force.” They will practice selfregulation and emotional regulation skills. They will learn how to respond, not to react. They will learn basic lightsaber skills, and gain control and mastery over their bodies. They will also construct their own lightsaber from everyday household objects! This class is taught by “Jedi Master” Drew, with help from “Master Yoda.” Summer 2018

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When: August 15, 2018 • 6:30-8:00 PM Where: Penfield High School Pool Who:

Children ages 6-19

(must be able to swim a full lap of the pool)

Come enjoy pool games, prizes, food and the chance to dive into the world of competitive swimming! Club Coaches and current members will be available to answer any question you might have. If your child loves swimming, come and visit us to try it out!

Visit seadragons.org for more information

New, earlier dates!

Penfield Rangers Soccer fall tryouts! Boys ages 7-19 (and parents interested in coaching) are invited to join us!

July 19 & 22, 2018

The Penfield Rangers emphasize: Skill Development

Teamwork Sportsmanship Character Development Competitive Environment Go

to penfieldrangers.org for tryout times & registration

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Youth Programs STEAM Powered Play

Drew Beeman, Progressive Early Learning Reg. No. Day Date Time 318020-D Thu Jun 7-21 4:30-5:30PM Ages 15 mo.-8 yr., accompanied by an adult (3 classes)

Fee $35

318020-E Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 4:30-5:30PM $60 Ages 15 mo.-8 yr., accompanied by an adult (5 classes)  Penfield Community Center

This class provides a fun, meaningful, and relevant playful learning experience for young children. We provide materials and activities that lay the foundation for STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) learning. Children will learn concepts and practice skills through hands-on exploration and play, such as creative problem solving, critical thinking, self-regulation, premath and science, sensory experience, construction, and more! We provide experiences with blocks and loose parts, process-oriented art, sensory and science, dramatic/pretend play, and language and literacy. Class size is limited!

Sensory and Science

Drew Beeman, Progressive Early Learning Reg. No. Day Date Time 318020-A Fri Jun 1-22 4:30-5:30PM Ages 15 mo.-8 yr., accompanied by an adult (4 classes)

Fee $50

318020-B Mon-Fri Jul 30-Aug 3 4:30-5:30PM $60 318020-C Mon-Fri Aug 20-24 4:30-5:30PM $60 Ages 15 mo.-8 yr., accompanied by an adult (5 classes)  Penfield Community Center

This sensory and science class will thrill your young explorer! Children will explore a variety of materials with their senses—slimy things, ooey-gooey things, wet things, and more! They will experience chemistry and physics as they play and explore the natural materials provided. Things will go fizzle and pop, fast and slow, roll and fly! Children will learn concepts such as absorption, displacement, measurement, cause and effect, sensory and tactile awareness, solid, liquid, suspension, drainage, conservation, volume, mass, saturation, estimation….and they will think they are just playing!

Nature Adventure Club

Dorothy Brenneis, elementary science teacher Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 318080-A M, W, F Jul 9-13 9:00-11:00AM $45 Ages 4-6 (3 classes) Veterans Memorial Park 318080-B M, W, F Ages 7-9 (3 classes)

Jul 9-13

11:30AM-1:30PM $45 Veterans Memorial Park

318080-C M, W, F Ages 4-6 (3 classes)

Jul 16-20

9:00-11:00AM $45 Veterans Memorial Park

318080-D M, W, F Ages 7-9 (3 classes)

Jul 16-20

11:30AM-1:30PM $45 Veterans Memorial Park

Join us for an outdoor adventure! The Nature Adventure Club is an exciting combination of science, outdoor games, and fun. Club members will visit the frog pond and have an opportunity to observe what is hidden in the pond water with our field microscopes. Members may also cast animal tracks or make fossil casts. All will learn how to spot our neighborhood wildlife through games and play outdoors. Please have your adventurer wear sturdy shoes, sneakers or boots. No crocs, flip flops or sandals. Bring a water bottle and a snack. This Adventure Club is unplugged—we ask that electronics are silenced and put away. This program meets at the open shelter at Veterans Memorial Park, 3100 Atlantic Avenue (behind Penfield Town Hall). Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

Little Medical School Camp

Little Medical School of Rochester Reg. No. Day Date 318045-A Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 Ages 4-12 (5 classes)

NEW

Time Fee 9:00AM-3:00PM $125 Bay Trail Middle School

This camp is designed to teach elementary and middle school children about the exciting field of medicine. Through hands-on demonstrations, crafts, and games, children are actively engaged as they explore the world of medicine. Classes include such topics as “First Aid,” “The Wonderful Brain,” “That is Gross,” “Your Spine is Fine,” and much more! Each student will use and keep a doctor’s coat and a real stethoscope, as well as any instruments they use during the week! Students will be separated into age-appropriate groups. Little Medical School of Rochester brings medicine, science, and the importance of health to children in an entertaining, exciting, and fun way. Children learn and have fun as they dress up like doctors, learn how to use instruments doctors use, and understand how the body works.

How Cool is That? Jr. Engineering for Kids

Tutor Doctor Staff Reg. No. Day 312010-01 Tue 312010-02 Tue 312010-03 Tue Ages 6-12

Date Jun 26-Jul 3 Jul 10-Jul 17 Jul 24-Jul 31

NEW Time Fee 4:10-5:10PM $40 4:10-5:10PM $40 4:10-5:10PM $40 Penfield Community Center

When camp ends for the day, start preparing your child to go back to school with Jr. Engineering for Kids. Our 100% hands-on approach teaches kids that Science and Math are fun! Students build machines that work using Science and Math concepts they have already learned in school. Each day, students will build and complete a new machine using different concepts, including: electricity, magnetism, hydraulics, wheels and axles, gears, push-and-pull forces, and many more. You will be amazed at what your child learns, and they will be amazed at what they achieve.

How Cool is That? Jr. Engineering for Kids

Tutor Doctor Staff Reg. No. Day 312010-04 Sat Ages 6-12

Date Jul 14-Aug 4

NEW Time Fee 9:00AM-10:00AM $80 Penfield Community Center

Is your young scientist or engineer ready to go beyond the textbook and begin to understand, apply and excel at the Science and Math concepts they are learning in school? Our 100% handson approach encourages kids to use Science and Math for realworld applications. Each class, students will build a new machine using different concepts such as: electricity, magnetism, hydraulics, wheels and axles, gears, push-and-pull forces, and many more. Our goal is to make Science and Math real while encouraging students to have fun! Summer 2018

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Youth Programs How Cool is That? Jr. Engineering for Kids Camp

Tutor Doctor Staff Reg. No. Day 312010-05 Mon-Fri Ages 6-12

NEW

Date Time Fee Aug 13-Aug 17 9:00AM-12:00PM $175 Penfield Community Center

Innovate, Design, and Build. Children take concepts in Math and Science and apply them in our Jr. Engineering program to build machines that work. Is there a better way to learn Math and Science than by applying Math and Science? Gears, Pulleys Wheels and Axles, Magnetism, Electricity, among many other concepts are applied in every class so that students don’t memorize concepts, they learn and understand them. Participants will complete a different project each class, many of which they can take home.

Music Adventures

Barb Bonisteel Reg. No. Day Date 305640-01 Wed Jul 11-Aug 1 Ages 2 ½ - 4 years (with adult)

Time Fee 6:15-7:15PM $50 Penfield Community Center

From swooping with birds to jumping with the whales, you and your child will encounter a new adventure each class through music, movement, instrument play, puppets, parachute and a theme related craft!

Music Adventures in the Jungle

Barb Bonisteel Reg. No. Day Date 305640-02 Wed Aug 8-Aug 22 Ages 3 ½ - 5yrs (without adult)

Time Fee 5:45-7:00PM $50 Penfield Community Center

OH! We’re going to the Jungle, safari time is here!!! Your child will experience the jungle and rainforest through music, movement, instrument play and a craft in each class!

Mini Masterpieces Art Camp

Lindsey Hall, Art Education Reg. No. Day Date 312416-01 Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 Ages 4-6 (5 classes)

Doll Adventures - Tents and Treats

Sherry Murray Reg. No. Day Date 312412-05 Thu Aug 23 Ages 6 and up (with adult)

NEW

Time Fee 6:00-7:00PM $20 Penfield Community Center

Let’s work together to make some fun accessories for our dolls! Class will include materials to create a project for your child and their doll to enjoy. We’ll make our own doll-sized tent, and a camp stove to “cook” an outdoor dinner. Bring your favorite doll and a sharp pair of scissors to class. NOTE: Projects will be sized for 18 inch dolls. Adult participation is required.

Doll Adventures - Spa Time

Sherry Murray Reg. No. Day Date 312412-06 Thu Jul 19 Ages 6 and up (with adult)

Time Fee 6:00-7:00PM $20 Penfield Community Center

Let’s work together to make some fun accessories for our dolls. In this class we will work together to assemble a tub, mirrored vanity and ottoman for our dolls! Class will include materials to create a project for your child and their doll to enjoy. Bring your favorite doll and a sharp pair of scissors to class. NOTE: Projects will be sized for 18 inch dolls. Adult participation is required.

Culinary Kids Camp

Sherry Murray Reg. No. Day 312412-07 M, W, Th 312412-08 M, W, Th Ages 6-9

Date Time Fee Jun 25, 27, 28 1:00-3:00PM $95 Jul 23, 25, 26 1:00-3:00PM $95 Penfield Community Center Kitchen

Roll up your sleeves, feel the dough, and get ready to slice and dice. This kids camp will have everyone creating 2-3 recipes a day, and some fun crafts to use in the kitchen. Please dress for hands-on cooking, every good chef gets a little messy! Please bring in a large plastic container labeled with your child’s name. Parents are invited to join us the last 15 minutes of class on Thursday to sample our culinary creations. Please indicate any food allergies. Space is limited so be sure to sign up early!

Time Fee 10:40-11:40AM $75 Penfield Community Center

Does your child like to get messy and creative? Then join us for a week of art fun! We will do a different project each day inspired by the seasons, famous artists or other fun themes. Your little artist will explore a variety of art styles and materials to create their own masterpieces! This camp will be taught by an art teacher with an MS in Art Education. Wear a smock and a smile and get ready for some creative fun! All materials provided.

Summer Wiggles, Giggles & Jiggles with Miss Lisa

Lisa Magliato, certified early elementary teacher Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 305430-01 Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 1:00-2:00PM $59 Ages 2-4 years with caregiver Penfield Community Center

Fun movement activities, songs, stories and rhymes that promote gross motor skills, following directions and social interaction for both child and caregiver. Great Kindergarten and preschool readiness class! Class may use scooters, parachute, gym equipment, instruments, and much more! Come join the fun! Peanut-free snack provided. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

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Sherry Murray Reg. No. Day 312412-01 Mon Ages 2-6 (with adult)

Date Jul 2

Basketball Camp for Boys Grades 2-5

Time Fee 10:00-11:00AM $15 Penfield Community Center Kitchen

Let’s beat the heat by making our own ice cream in a bag! We will also listen to a story, paint, create our own sandcastles and decorate a sun catcher. Peanut-free snack provided.

Messy

Sherry Murray Reg. No. Day 312412-02 Mon Ages 2-6 (with adult)

Date Jul 16

Time Fee 10:00-11:00AM $15 Penfield Community Center Kitchen

Come have fun and leave the mess here! We’ll listen to the book “Pigsty,” and rotate through six different activities. Preschoolers and their adult will be encouraged to explore paint, fizz, foam and shaving cream together while making a few fun projects to take home. Peanut-free snack provided.

Bugs

Sherry Murray Reg. No. Day 312412-03 Mon Ages 2-6 (with adult)

Date Jul 30

Time Fee 10:00-11:00AM $15 Penfield Community Center Kitchen

We’ll explore the wonderful world of insects! Everyone will learn about the different parts of these tiny creatures, go on a bug hunt, create eight-legged art projects, have a story and play games together. Peanut-free snack provided.

Backwards Day

Sherry Murray Reg. No. Day 312412-04 Mon Ages 2-6 (with adult)

SPORT CAMPS & ACTIVITIES

Date Time Fee Aug 20 10:00-11:00AM $15 Penfield Community Center Kitchen

We’ll start this class by singing the “Goodbye” song! Then we will beat the heat by doing winter-themed projects. Preschoolers and their adult will make a snowman out of a sock, experiment with melting ice and create a bird feeder. We’ll end with the story of “Sadie and the Snowman.” Peanut-free snack provided.

PHS coaches Reg. No. Day Date 311460-A Tue-Fri Jul 24-27 Grades 2-5 Fall ‘18 (4 classes)

Time Fee 9:00-11:30AM $50 Penfield High School East Gym

A fun, positive learning environment focusing on developing the fundamental skills of shooting, dribbling, passing, rebounding, positioning and much more. Games and fun camp competitions will be part of the sessions. Fee includes t-shirt.

Field Hockey Camp

Carissa Karaffa, Penfield Patriot Ladies Varsity Coach Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 319060-A Mon-Fri Jul 9-13 9:00-11:30AM $50 Ages 6-12 (5 classes) Penfield High School Turf Field

Learn the fundamentals of the fast-paced game of girls’ field hockey. A variety of skill drills, games, and other fun activities will be utilized to teach camp participants the basics and improve the skills of those with some experience. All equipment provided. Bring indoor shoes in case we have to move indoors. Fee includes mouth guard and t-shirt.

Judo for Youth - Intermediate/Advanced

Heiko Rommelmann, 2008 PAN-AM - Gold Medalist Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 315010-A Wed Jun 27-Aug 15 7:15-8:15PM $60 315010-B additional family member $40 Ages 5-10 Open to all ranks (7 classes, no class 7/4) Penfield Community Center

Youth Judo will provide participants with the basics of Judo. The emphasis is on fun! Uniforms are required and can be rented for $10 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. Bushido Kai Judo-see page 34.

COMBO Sports Camp for Girls Basketball & Lacrosse

Mark Vogt & Wayne Smith, Varsity sport coaches Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 311430-A Mon-Fri Jul 23-27 9:00AM-12:00PM $70 Grades 2-5 Fall ’18 Penfield High School West Gym & Turf

In this camp program girls grades 2-5 will have an opportunity to experience two sport camps in one day! The camp will be led by Mark Vogt and Wayne Smith (Varsity sport coaches) and their players. The girls will go out to the turf field to work on their lacrosse skills in the morning. The second half of the morning the girls will be in the gym to work on their basketball skills! This camp setting is a great way for your child to experience both basketball and lacrosse in a fun, safe atmosphere. Bring snack and water bottle. Camp schedule as follows: 9:00-10:30 Lacrosse instruction 10:30-12:00 Basketball instruction

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Youth Programs Lacrosse Camp for Boys Grades 1 - 6

Youth Volleyball Camp

JJ Schembri, PHS Boys Varsity Lacrosse Coach; assistants and varsity players Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 315210-B Mon-Thu Jul 23-26 3:00-5:00PM $40 Grades 1-4 Fall ’18 Penfield High School

Mike Fusare - PHS Varsity Coach & members of the coaching staff and team Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 319620-A Mon-Thu Jul 9-12 8:00-11:00AM $50 Grades 3-6 Fall ’18 (4 classes) Penfield High School East Gym

315210-C Mon-Thu Grades 5-6 Fall ‘18

Boys and Girls - This fun and instructional camp is geared for those looking to improve their volleyball playing skills. An emphasis on skill development in a light competitive atmosphere as well as playing strategies will be covered. Fee includes t-shirt.

Jul 23-26

3:00-6:00PM $55 Penfield High School

This camp provides a well-rounded experience of clinical instruction, demonstrations & intra-camp competition. Groups will be divided by age and ability. Everyone must bring their own stick. Those who have their own equipment should use it for camp. Those needing equipment we will have limited supplies available (shoulder and arm pads, gloves, and/or helmet) must indicate NEEDS EQUIPMENT on their registration form; if registering online, during the “checkout” process click on “add a note/info for staff ” and enter NEEDS EQUIPMENT in the box, then click “submit” and “proceed to checkout.” For children in grades 5-6 it is encouraged to have own equipment. Equipment pick-up will be 30 minutes prior to the first class. Fee includes mouth guard and t-shirt. Meet on grass fields near stadium. Please note, there will be no gym available to run camp activities should weather be/become a factor during camp hours. Children will be taken indoors in the case of stormy conditions; a determination will be made whether or not to wait (if it appears conditions may clear) or if parents need to be contacted to come and pick-up their children early. *All campers stay until 6pm on last day. Parents may watch games 5-6pm.

Soccer Camp – Co-Ed

John Cotsonas, Penfield Patriots JV coach, assistants, & members of the PHS Varsity soccer teams Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 318590-A Mon-Thu Jun 25-28 9:30AM-12:00PM $50 Grades 1-6 Fall ’18 Bay Trail fields

Practice and improvement in the fundamental skill areas of dribbling, passing, trapping, and shooting, as well as structured intra-camp competition will be among the areas covered in these comprehensive camps. Youth will be divided by age and ability to ensure maximum instruction at all levels. Boys will play boys and girls will play girls. Fee includes t-shirt and ball. *No indoor facility available in case of rain

Tykes Lacrosse Camp

Coach Heidi Rasmussen, PHS Girls Lacrosse Program Assistant & Coach Nick Ballou Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 315210-A Mon-Thu Jul 9-12 9:15-10:00AM $30 PreK-K Fall ’18 (4 classes) Penfield Community Center fields

Introduction to basic lacrosse skills for pre-K and Kindergarten children. Instructed by a certified physical education teachers (and team PYL coach), each activity time will be programmed for fun and learning in a creative, encouraging environment. The sport will be introduced though the incorporation of related skills in fun, physically active games. Friday will be makeup if needed. Players should bring a STICK and WATER BOTTLE.

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Wrestling Camp

Mike Liess and PYW coaches Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 319010-A Mon-Fri Jul 2-6 12:30-2:00PM $50 Grades 1-6 Fall ‘18 (4 sessions, no camp 7/4) Bay Trail Gym

This camp is designed to teach safe wrestling fundamentals through participation in a variety of fun games and activities. Wrestling shoes and headgear not required. Please wear comfortable gym clothes. Fee includes t-shirt.

Cheerleading Camp

Penfield Football & Cheer Coaches Reg. No. Day Date 319040-A Mon–Thu Jul 16-19 Grades K-6 Fall ’18 (4 classes)

Time 9:00-11:30AM

Fee $45 Bay Trail Gym

For beginning & experienced cheerleaders - focus will be on learning/improving the fundamental skills. Includes instruction on proper warm-ups, sidelines, dancing, stunting, and jumps. Taught through a variety of fun activities making this a positive experience for all. Experience/ability/age will be guidelines used to group participants. Please send daily snack & drink with your child. Final day presentation. Please wear workout clothes & sneakers. Fee includes t-shirt.

Gymnastics Camp at GTC Gymnastics Training Center Staff

THEME: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - NINJA WARRIORS Reg. No. Day 314610-A Mon-Fri 314610-B Mon-Fri 314610-C Mon-Fri Ages 5-12 (5 classes)  

Date Aug 6-10 Aug 6-10 Aug 6-10

Time Fee 9:00AM-12:00PM $150 1:00-4:00PM $150 9:00AM-5:00PM $250 Gymnastics Training Center 2051 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road

THEME: OLYMPICS – STRONGER, HIGHER, FASTER Reg. No. Day 314610-D Mon-Fri 314610-E Mon-Fri 314610-F Mon-Fri Ages 5-12 (5 classes)  

Date Aug 13-17 Aug 13-17 Aug 13-17

Time Fee 9:00AM-12:00PM $150 1:00-4:00PM $150 9:00AM-5:00PM $250 Gymnastics Training Center 2051 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road

The Gymnastics Training Center (GTC) Summer Camp is a combination of formal gymnastics instruction, various activities, games, and fun for 5 to 12 year olds. Each week will center on a theme that will incorporate skill development, equipment use, and fun activities. Girls wear full piece leotard or bathing suit, shorts are optional. Boys wear shorts and a t-shirt - no belts, buckles, zippers, or jewelry for anyone. Bare feet, bare legs, and hair up and away from the face if longer than shoulder length. Half day campers please bring nut-free snack and drink. Full day campers please bring 2 nut-free snacks, lunch and drinks. Questions, call GTC at 388-8686. Summer 2018

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Youth Programs Join us for the Summer Games 2018!

A fun-filled program where you will have a chance to participate in field sports, track events, and water activities each day. Please see page 11 in the aquatic section for complete program details.

Horse Camp

Michelle Kaplin Reg. No. Day 315820-A Mon-Fri 315820-B Mon-Fri 315820-C Mon-Fri 315820-D Mon-Fri Ages 6-15 (5 classes)

Date Jul 9-13 Jul 16-20 Aug 6-10 Aug 13-17

Time 9:00AM-3:00PM 9:00AM-3:00PM 9:00AM-3:00PM 9:00AM-3:00PM

Fee $350 $350 $350 $350 Way Farm

Come learn about the fun of horses for five days. There will be riding lessons every day, plus the care of horses. Other activities include: field trips, arts and crafts, and a horse show at the end of the week to show off your talent, plus a pizza party on Friday. Bring your lunch each day (except Friday) with an extra drink and snack. Wear hard-sole shoes or boots with a heel, long pants and an extra change of clothes. All riding equipment provided (including helmets). Questions/Contact Info: Way Farm 388-7332 or Michelle Kaplin (trainer) 200-6374. Lessons also available at Way Farm - contact them for more info. Way Farm, 2009 Harris Road in Penfield (host of the University of Rochester Equestrian Team and the Interscholastic Equestrian Association Team).

JR. GOLF AT EAGLE VALE Super Junior-Beginner Reg. No. Day 314410-A Mon-Fri 314410-C Mon-Fri 314410-E Mon-Fri Ages 5-10 (5 lessons)

Date Jul 9-13 Jul 23-27 Aug 6-10

Time Fee 10:00-11:00AM $99 10:00-11:00AM $99 10:00-11:00AM $99 Eagle Vale Golf Club

Our expansive Teaching Center allows us to utilize multiple stations of activity where we integrate agility, balance, throwing and catching, alongside standard golf fundamentals to keep kids enthused, interested and focused. The long range goal is to have kids fall in love with the game of golf, but also be able to excel in other sports and activities that they want to explore. Lessons are held at Eagle Vale Golf Club, 4344 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road. Questions - call 377-5200. Fee includes balls and golf clubs, if needed.

Junior-Beginner Ages 11-16 Reg. No. Day 314410-B Mon-Fri 314410-D Mon-Fri 314410-F Mon-Fri Ages 11-16 (5 lessons) 

Date Jul 9-13 Jul 23-27 Aug 6-10

Time Fee 11:00AM-12:30PM $175 11:00AM-12:30PM $175 11:00AM-12:30PM $175 Eagle Vale Golf Club

This course is for the 11-16 year old junior who has not played any golf yet! The perfect place for the beginner golfer to start. We will cover the basic fundamentals of grip, aim, and posture as it pertains to the full swing; we will also work on various parts of the short game. Some simple rules and etiquette will be taught as well. The participants will play on the actual golf course each day, getting them ready for play with other golfers. Daily contests will keep the learning fun and entertaining. Eagle Vale Golf Club is located at 4344 Fairport Nine Mile Point Rd., Fairport. Questions - call 377-5200. Fee includes balls and golf clubs, if needed.

Soccer Shots

Soccer Shots Rochester coaches

MINI - Age 2 Reg. No. 318060-A

Day Mon

(1 parent required to participate) Date Jul 9-Aug 20

Time 4:40-5:10PM

Date Jul 9-Aug 20 Jul 9-Aug 20

Time 5:15-6:00PM 6:05-6:50PM

Fee $85

CLASSIC - Ages 3-4 Reg. No. 318060-B 318060-C 7 classes

Jazzy Dance Camp

Penfield Dance Team Reg. No. Day Date 319043-A Mon-Thu Aug 13-16 Grades K + 1 Fall ‘18

Time Fee 9:00-11:00AM $38 Penfield Community Center Gym

319043-B Mon-Thu Aug 13-16 Grades 2-6 Fall ‘18

9:00-11:30AM $45 Penfield Community Center Gym

This camp is a wonderful introduction to jazz dance for the beginner and a lively change of pace for the experienced. Each day begins with warm-up exercises and progresses to various combinations and routines in jazz, including hip-hop. Experience/ability/age will be guidelines used to group participants into instructional groups. Final day presentation. Fee includes t-shirt. Please wear workout clothes. Bring drink and snack. 22

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Fee $85 $85 Rothfuss Park

SOCCER SHOTS is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development. Our caring team positively impacts children’s lives on and off the field through best-in-class coaching, communication, and curriculum. Our coaches are the best-trained in the business. Our expert approved curriculum is age-appropriate and aligns with childhood education standards. In addition, we provide an exceptional customer experience and ongoing communication with parents. SOCCER SHOTS MINI is a high-energy program introducing children to fundamental soccer principles, such as using your feet, dribbling and the basic rules of the game. Through fun games, songs and positive reinforcement, children will begin to experience the joy of playing soccer and being active. *This program requires one parent to participate with each child. SOCCER SHOTS CLASSIC utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing and shooting. We also highlight a positive character trait each session such as respect, teamwork and appreciation. Penfield Recreation | www.penfieldrec.org


Youth Programs Introducing the Soccer Ball

Youth Fencing

Coach Jose & assistants

SESSION 1 Reg. No. Day Date 318060-D Mon-Fri Jul 9-13 318060-E Mon-Fri Jul 9-13 Ages 4 & 5 (5 classes)

Time Fee 9:15-10:00AM $30 10:15-11:00AM $30 Penfield Community Center

SESSION 2 Reg. No. Day Date 318060-F Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 318060-G Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 Ages 4 & 5 (5 classes)

Time Fee 9:15-10:00AM $30 10:15-11:00AM $30 Penfield Community Center

Introduction to basic soccer skills for boys and girls ages 4 & 5. Each session is programmed for fun! If weather is bad or appears threatening, please call 340-8655 after 8:30 AM for a program update.

Soccer for Fives

Coach Jose & assistants Reg. No. Day Date Time 318060-H Mon-Fri Aug 6-10 6:30-7:15PM Age 5 or starting Kindergarten Fall ’18 (5 classes)

Fee $25 Rothfuss Park

This program is designed to provide young children with a positive opportunity to learn, enjoy, and participate in the sport. This program will introduce basic skills for five-year-old boys and girls with an emphasis on fun. Games & activities will be used to teach soccer skills. Includes t-shirt and socks. Shin guards required.

Super Tot Sports with Coach Lisa

Lisa Magliato Reg. No. Day 318050-A Mon-Thu 318050-B Mon-Thu 318050-C Mon-Thu Ages 3-5 (4 classes)

Date Jul 9-12 Aug 6-9 Aug 13-16

Time Fee 9:30-10:15AM $49 10:00-10:45AM $49 10:00-10:45AM $49 Greenwood Park, 1550 Scribner Rd.

Super Tot Sports is a fun and positive introduction to sports of all sorts (tennis, soccer, basketball, and more!) All games and activities promote the development of gross motor skills and encourage peer interaction in a safe and non-competitive environment. This is not a parent participation class, but parents are welcome to watch. Playground is available for older or younger siblings during class! Please bring water and wear sneakers. Come join the team! Note: the Friday of each week is reserved as a rain date, if needed. No restrooms available.

Super Tot Sports Jr. with Coach Lisa

Lisa Magliato Reg. No. Day 318050-D Mon-Thu 318050-E Mon-Thu Ages 2-3 (4 classes)

Date Aug 6-9 Aug 13-16

Time Fee 9:00-9:45AM $49 9:00-9:45AM $49 Greenwood Park, 1550 Scribner Rd.

Help transition your toddler into their first coached sports class! Super Tot Sports Jr. is a fun and positive introduction to sports of all sorts for the youngest athlete. All games and activities promote the development of gross motor skills and encourage parent and peer interaction in a safe and non-competitive environment. This class is ideal for any toddler that needs a little help from mom or dad. Grandparents or babysitters welcome, too! Please bring water and wear sneakers. Come join the fun! Note: the Friday of each week is reserved as a rain date, if needed. No restrooms available. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

Rochester Fencing Club staff Reg. No. Day Date 318040-A Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 Ages 8-12 (5 classes) 

Time Fee 10:00AM-12:00PM $140 Penfield High School Commons

Looking for an activity to capture your child’s imagination and get them away from the electronics? Modern fencing is a competitive sport of finesse, skill, strategy and endurance. Come experience the thrill and discipline of sword play at the Rochester Fencing Club owned by Olympians Felicia and Iris Zimmermann. Build selfconfidence with targeted exercises and fun games as you master footwork and blade work. Suit up in regulation fencing gear for bouting-all in a spirit of respect and good sportsmanship. Suitable for beginners and those with previous instruction. Fun for girls and boys. Students will be grouped by age and level of experience. Parents can witness the fun firsthand when campers showcase their skills on the last day. Participants must wear athletic shoes (sneakers) and a t-shirt. Please bring a towel, extra t-shirt, water bottle, and nut-free snack. All fencing equipment provided.

Kids Kayak Level I

Genesee Waterways instructors Reg. No. Day Date 318030-A Mon-Fri Jun 25-29 318030-B Mon-Fri Jun 25-29 318030-C Mon-Fri Jul 9-13 318030-D Mon-Fri Jul 9-13 318030-E Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 318030-F Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 318030-G Mon-Fri Jul 23-27 318030-H Mon-Fri Jul 23-27 318030-I Mon-Fri Jul 30-Aug 3 318030-J Mon-Fri Jul 30-Aug 3 318030-K Mon-Fri Aug 6-10 318030-L Mon-Fri Aug 6-10 318030-M Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 318030-N Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 318030-O Mon-Fri Aug 20-24 318030-P Mon-Fri Aug 20-24 318030-Q Mon-Fri Aug 27-31 318030-R Mon-Fri Aug 27-31 Ages 10-17* 

NEW Time Fee 9:00AM-12:00PM $260 1:00-4:00PM $260 9:00AM-12:00PM $260 1:00-4:00PM $260 9:00AM-12:00PM $260 1:00-4:00PM $260 9:00AM-12:00PM $260 1:00-4:00PM $260 9:00AM-12:00PM $260 1:00-4:00PM $260 9:00AM-12:00PM $260 1:00-4:00PM $260 9:00AM-12:00PM $260 1:00-4:00PM $260 9:00AM-12:00PM $260 1:00-4:00PM $260 9:00AM-12:00PM $260 1:00-4:00PM $260 Lock 32 Whitewater Park 2797 Clover Street, Pittsford

We invite your child to join us for a wet and wild adventure at Lock 32 on the Erie Canal! Our Elite instructors will teach your child how to maneuver their kayak while providing a fun and safe experience on the water. This program incorporates many fun activities, including swimming the rapids, a multitude of water games, and other exciting team-building exercises. There is no better way to build a strong kayaking foundation and enjoy fun in the sun than with Kids Kayaking Level 1! No kayaking experience needed, all necessary equipment is included, but feel free to bring your own whitewater boat and equipment. *Children under 10: parents may call (585) 313-8035 to discuss whether this class would be right for them.

In order to further promote our programs, participants may be photographed or video taped during a program. If you do NOT want photos or video taken of those listed on registration form please contact the Recreation office. Summer 2018

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Youth Programs Tennis Instruction - All Levels

Tennis - Pee Wee Mark Banford

SPRING Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 219291-01 Sat May 5-Jun 9 9:00-10:00AM $70 Ages 4-7 (no class 5/26) Veterans Memorial Park tennis courts Registration for this program began 1/2.

SUMMER Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 319291-01 Mon-Fri Jun 25-29 9:00-10:00AM $70 319291-02 Mon-Fri July 2-6 9:00-10:00AM $56 (no class7/4) 319291-03 Mon-Fri Jul 9-13 9:00-10:00AM $70 319291-04 Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 9:00-10:00AM $70 319291-05 Mon-Fri Jul 23-27 9:00-10:00AM $70 319291-06 Mon-Fri Jul 30-Aug 3 9:00-10:00AM $70 319291-07 Mon-Fri Aug 6-10 9:00-10:00AM $70 319291-08 Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 9:00-10:00AM $70 Ages 4-7 Veterans Memorial Park tennis courts

This class is designed for children ages 4-7. 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. (Rain make up - choose date in next summer section.)

Tennis - Future Stars Mark Banford

SPRING Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 219291-02 Sat May 5 – Jun 9 10:00-11:00AM $70 Ages 7-12 (no class 5/26) Veterans Memorial Park tennis courts

Mark Banford Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 319291-17 Mon-Fri Jun 25-29 11:00AM-12:30PM $105 319291-18 Mon-Fri July 2-6 11:00AM-12:30PM $84 (no class7/4) 319291-19 Mon-Fri Jul 9-13 11:00AM-12:30PM $105 319291-20 Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 11:00AM-12:30PM $105 319291-21 Mon-Fri Jul 23-27 11:00AM-12:30PM $105 319291-22 Mon-Fri Jul 30-Aug 3 11:00AM-12:30PM $105 319291-23 Mon-Fri Aug 6-10 11:00AM-12:30PM $105 319291-24 Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 11:00AM-12:30PM $105 Ages 9 and up Veterans Memorial Park tennis courts

These players want to learn and improve their tennis game and skills. Players are thinking about playing high school tennis and tournaments & want to make tennis one of their primary sports. Technical as well as competitive drilling is covered. (Rain make up choose date in next summer section.)

Tennis - Intermediate to Adv.

Mark Banford Reg. No. Day 219291-03 Sat Ages 10-16 

Date Time Fee May 5-Jun 9 11:00AM-12:30PM $110 Veterans Memorial Park tennis courts

Registration for this program began 1/2. These players have taken tennis lessons and are used to proper tennis skills. Players are thinking about playing high school tennis and tournaments & want to make tennis one of their primary sports. Technical as well as competitive drilling is covered. TENNIS QUESTIONS - Contact Mark Banford 585-233-8196 banford55@gmail.com

Pick up your Destination Recreation Guidebook at the Recreation Office!

Registration for this program began 1/2.

SUMMER Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 319291-09 Mon-Fri Jun 25-29 10:00-11:00AM $70 319291-10 Mon-Fri July 2-6 10:00-11:00AM $56 (no class7/4) 319291-11 Mon-Fri Jul 9-13 10:00-11:00AM $70 319291-12 Mon-Fri Jul 16-20 10:00-11:00AM $70 319291-13 Mon-Fri Jul 23-27 10:00-11:00AM $70 319291-14 Mon-Fri Jul 30-Aug 3 10:00-11:00AM $70 319291-15 Mon-Fri Aug 6-10 10:00-11:00AM $70 319291-16 Mon-Fri Aug 13-17 10:00-11:00AM $70 Ages 7-12 Veterans Memorial Park tennis courts

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 good habits. [Beginner & Adv. Beg.] (Rain make up - choose date in next summer section.) 24

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Youth Programs DAY CAMP Session I Reg. No. Mon-Fri 313010-01 313011-01 313012-01

Date Fee Jun 25-Jul 6 (no camp 7/4) $187 Harris Whalen Park Scribner Road School *Community Center (PCC)

# of Days 9 days

*Extended Hours - Session I – for children enrolled in Community Center location only 313012-05 8:00 AM Option - $31 313012-06 5:00 PM Option - $31

Session II Reg. No. Mon-Fri 313010-02 313011-02 313012-02

DAY CAMPS

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. *Each camp session will include a bowling field trip. EXTENDED HOURS OPTION - available only for children enrolled at the Penfield Community Center Camp location. “Extended hours” involves an 8:00AM drop-off option and a 5:00PM pickup option. Children at the Community Center Camp may be registered for one or both extended hour options. REGISTRATION: Register for any or all of the sessions offered. Please note session dates, day camp 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.

Date Jul 9-Jul 20 Harris Whalen Park Scribner Road School *Community Center (PCC)

Save 10% on day camps by registering on-line! SWIM LESSONS: If registered at PCC, camp staff will walk your child to swim lessons - see page 10 for lesson info. 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. Note: No camp July 4th.

Registration began January 2nd DAY CAMP LOCATIONS:

Harris Whalen Park, Scribner Road School and Penfield Community Center (PCC) Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

# of Days 10 days

*Extended Hours - Session II for children enrolled in Community Center location only 313012-07 8:00 AM Option - $31 313012-08 5:00 PM Option - $31

Session III Reg. No. Mon-Fri 313010-03 313011-03 313012-03

Date Jul 23-Aug 3 Harris Whalen Park Scribner Road School Community Center (PCC)

Fee $208

# of Days 10 days

*Extended Hours - Session III for children enrolled in Community Center location only 313012-09 8:00 AM Option - $31 313012-10 5:00 PM Option - $31

Session IV Reg. No. Date Mon-Fri Aug 6-Aug 10 313012-04 Community Center (PCC)

Fee $104

# of Days 5 days

*Extended Hours - Session IV

313012-11 8:00 AM Option - $16 313012-12 5:00 PM Option - $16

Camp Information: AGES: Completion of Kindergarten-14 years | Mon – Fri | 9:00AM-4:00PM LUNCH HOUR: 12:00 - 1:00 PM (supervised) Campers must provide their own lunch.

Fee $208

K-ONE DAY CAMP Session I Reg. No. Day Date 313013-01 Mon-Fri Jun 25-Jul 6 Grades K-1 (9 days, no camp 7/4)

Time 9:00AM-4:00PM

Fee $187

Date Jul 9-Jul 20

Time 9:00AM-4:00PM

Fee $208

Date Jul 23-Aug 3

Time Fee 9:00AM-4:00PM $208 Bay Trail Middle School

Session II Reg. No. Day 313013-02 Mon-Fri Grades K-1 (10 days)

Session III Reg. No. Day 313013-03 Mon-Fri Grades K-1 (10 days)

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. Lunch hour: 12:00 - 1:00 PM (supervised); Campers must provide their own lunch. Summer 2018

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FIELD TRIPS

Youth Programs PRESCHOOL DAY CAMP Registration began January 2nd Session I Reg. No. Day Date 313014-01 M, W, F Jun 25-Jul 6 Ages 3-5 (5 days, no camp 7/4)

Time Fee 9:00AM-12:00PM $100 Bay Trail Middle School

313014-04 Tue & Thu Jun 26-Jul 5 Ages 3-5 (4 days)

9:00AM-12:00PM $80 Bay Trail Middle School

Adventure Landing

Session II Reg. No. Day 313014-02 M, W, F Ages 3-5 (6 days)

Date Jul 9-Jul 20

313014-05 Tue & Thu Jul 10-Jul 19 Ages 3-5 (4 days) 

Time Fee 9:00AM-12:00PM $120 Bay Trail Middle School 9:00AM-12:00PM $80 Bay Trail Middle School

Session III Reg. No. Day 313014-03 M, W, F Ages 3-5 (6 days)

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Field trip registrants who are attending Summer Day Camps must register for field trip(s) using course # corresponding to the camp site they are attending at the time field trip takes place. TRIP SUPERVISION: Day outings are staffed by day camp personnel with a 1:10 ratio maintained. Buddy system is used on trips. Supervisory staff are equipped with cellular phones. Field trip registrants not attending Day Camps must indicate one of the three pickup locations using the designated course numbers assigned to pick up locations. ALL CHILDREN MUST ride the bus to and from all field trips. Pickup locations - Harris Whalen Park, Scribner Road School, Penfield Community Center.

Date Jul 23-Aug 3

Time Fee 9:00AM-12:00PM $120 Bay Trail Middle School

313014-06 Tue & Thu Jul 24-Aug 2 Ages 3-5 (4 days)

9:00AM-12:00PM $80 Bay Trail Middle School

Preschool Day Camp is designed to create an atmosphere where Preschoolers 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: Bay Trail 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.

Reg. No. Day Date 313015-01 Thu Jul 5 Depart from Harris Whalen Park

Time 11:30AM-3:30PM

Fee $24

313015-02 Thu Jul 5 Depart from Scribner Road School

11:30AM-3:30PM

$24

313015-03 Thu Jul 5 11:30AM-3:30PM Depart from Community Center Ages 7-14 (6 years old if enrolled in camp)

$24

This three-hour outing will include miniature golf, the “WOW” Foam Factory, and ten game tokens for Adventure Landing’s game room. Each child will receive two slices of pizza and soft drink. *Course number indicates pickup location. Buses leave 11:30 AM, return 3:30 PM.

Horizon Fun F/X Reg. No. Day Date 313015-04 Thu Jul 19 Depart from Harris Whalen Park

Time 12:15-4:30PM

Fee $29

313015-05 Thu Jul 19 Depart from Scribner Road School

12:15-4:30PM

$29

313015-06 Thu Jul 19 12:15-4:30PM Depart from Community Center Ages 7-14 (6 years old if enrolled in camp)

$29

Join the group for a fun-filled “Penfield Only” afternoon of Skating, Laser Tag game, 20 tokens for games, Jungle Jim’s, King of the Hill, along with a soft drink and slice of pizza. Grab your skates and a friend for an “All Penfield” Skate Party! *Course number indicates pickup location. Buses leave 12:15 PM, return 4:30 PM.

Seabreeze Reg. No. Day Date 313015-07 Wed Aug 1 Depart from Harris Whalen Park

Time 10:30AM-5:00PM

Fee $37

313015-08 Wed Aug 1 Depart from Scribner Road School

10:30AM-5:00PM

$37

333015-09 Wed Aug 1 10:30AM-5:00PM Depart from Community Center Ages 7-14 (6 years old if enrolled in camp)

$37

This popular outing includes park admission, rides & water slides along with a hot dog or hamburger, chips and soft drink. Remember to bring swim suit and towel. *Course number indicates pickup location. Buses leave 10:30 AM, return 5:00 PM. NOTE: Adhering to regulations of New York State Department of Health “Permit to operate a Day Camp,” children will not be able to use “The Wave Pool” area. All other water park features will be available for children. *On your registration form, please be sure to indicate the course number that corresponds with the location you have selected for your departure/return. Otherwise, you will not be allowed to board the bus! 26

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Family & Adult Programs

FAMILY PROGRAMS How Do They Do That?

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Local business & industry

PENFIELD TROPHIES Reg. No. 354840-A

Day Wed

1755 PENFIELD RD. Date Jul 18

Time 6:00PM

Date Aug 14 Aug 14

Time 3:00PM 6:00PM

DOLOMITE QUARRY Reg. No. 354840-B 354840-C

Day Tue Tue

746 WHALEN RD.

SCHUTT’S APPLE MILL & COUNTRY STORE Reg. No. 354840-D

Day Fri

Fee Free

Date Aug 24

Fee Free Free

1063 PLANK RD.

Time 10:00AM

Fee Free

Penfield is home to several distinctive businesses and industries, and now you can get a close-up look at what they do and how they do it! Take a tour of the facility and learn about their operations and what they do day-to-day. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more about our town and the businesses that thrive here! Please register each family member that will attend. Specific instructions on meeting location, etc. will be sent to those who register.

Rochester Red Wings Family Campout With GVRPS - “Salute to the Sandlot” Reg. No. 319021-A Families

Day Fri

Date Aug 31

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Time Fee 6:00PM-7:00AM $8/person Frontier Field, 333 Plymouth Ave. N.

The ultimate baseball fan experience! The Red Wings are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the baseball classic with an autograph appearance from Michael ‘Squints’ Palledorous. Following the game and fireworks, families will set up camp to spend the night under the stars at Frontier Field while watching “The Sandlot” on the video board! Families need to provide their own tents. Thanks to our Genesee Valley Parks and Recreation Society (GVRPS), for making this opportunity possible. Registration deadline - August 10 (limited enrollment) Tickets available for pick-up at Recreation Office on August 22nd.

Digital Detox for Families

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Deborah Denome and Teresa Keyes, Certified Forest Therapy Guides Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 354830-A Sun Aug 12 1:00-4:00PM $30/person 354830-B family of 4 or more $100 All ages (children accompanied by adult) Harris Whalen Park

Too much screen time got you anxious, overwhelmed, depressed or cranky? Try a natural antidote! Three hours in the forest is empirically demonstrated to leave you happier, healthier, kinder, and even smarter! Bring the whole family for an afternoon of playful, guided invitations to tune into your senses and take in the forest in ways that may be new for you. Find your forest “family room”, discover your unique forest inspired “app”, notice how the forest works as a system and how you can replicate that in your family, and enjoy free gifts from your environmental service provider! Song Bird Tweets, Cloud Watching, Spider Webs included. This delightful afternoon is brought to you by the Japanese practice of ShinrinYoku, or “forest bathing.” Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

ADULT PROGRAMS

ARTS & CRAFTS Coloring for Stress Reduction

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Emily Genovese, MS, ATR-BC, LCAT Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 332455-A Tue May 22-Jun 12 7:00-8:00PM $40 4 classes Penfield Community Center

Do you forget to create time for yourself? Are you busy caring for others? Is life too busy, too stressful, or too overwhelming? Relax and take some time for yourself. We will learn about various coloring and mindfulness strategies to help manage stress, and combat anxiety through the use of coloring, mandalas, zentangle, guided visualization, and visual meditation. Help your brain focus and relax, spend some time increasing creativity and wellness, expand your imagination, trust your creativity, and increase your awareness. Fee includes all art materials.

Handmade Cards

Maureen Ward, Stampin’ Up! Reg. No. Day Date 332410-A Tue Jun 19 

Time Fee 6:30-8:30PM $24 Penfield Community Center

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 handmade, then it becomes a real treasure! We will make ten cards (five each of two designs – five will be Get Well cards, five will be Sympathy cards). 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 (double-sided tape or a tape runner suggested). Envelopes provided and the class is open to all levels. Samples will be on display a month before the class.

Painting and Drawing

Martha Sweeney Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 332460-A Mon Jun 18-Aug 13 9:30AM-12:00PM $64 8 classes (no class 7/2) Penfield Community Center

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

ADULT EDUCATION AARP Smart Driver Course

AARP Instructor Reg. No. Day 343455-01 Tue & Thu 343455-02 Tue & Thu 343455-03 Tue & Thu 2 classes per session

Date Jun 12 & 14 Jul 17 & 19 Aug 14 & 16

Time Fee 9:00AM-12:00PM $20/25 9:00AM-12:00PM $20/25 9:00AM-12:00PM $20/25 Penfield Community Center

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 & DMV may allow up to a 4-point reduction. You will develop a greater appreciation of driving challenges! $20.00 AARP member / $25.00 non-member. Checks only, payable to AARP. Summer 2018

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Adult Programs GARDENING NEW WITH BROCCOLO GARDEN CENTER Broccolo Garden Center, 2755 Penfield Road, Fairport, NY 14450

Dividing and Propagating Plants Reg. No. Day 332470-01 Thu

Date May 3

Time 6:00-7:30PM

Fee $15

Plant Whisperer, Michael Hannen will bring freshly dug and divided perennial plants and potted samples to show some of the many different ways to divide. He will also provide cuttings of various perennials, woody shrubs and rooted samples. Attendees will go home with divisions of new plants to try in their yards.

Date May 5

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Follow these five easy steps to prepare your garden for the season, and have more free time to actually enjoy your outdoor space. Use less water, less chemicals, and watch your garden flourish. Taught by plant expert KC Fahy Harvick.

Learn How to Make Hyper Tufa Pots Reg. No. Day 332470-03 Sat

Date May 12

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Make beautiful garden containers that will last for years with the wonderful Hyper Tufa technique. Each student creates their own pot. *Note: The pot will be picked up the following week to allow drying time. Taught by Jeanine “J” Fyfe.

Designing Gardens, Starting Small Reg. No. Day 332470-04 Sat

Date May 19

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Plant Whisperer, Michael Hannen will explain through slides and hands on instruction how to approach creating a landscape one section at a time for the best results. He will also bring a small selection of inexpensive plants to purchase that will make good starter plants for a new garden.

The 3 C’s of Container Class Reg. No. Day 332470-05 Sat

Date May 26

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Learn how Color, Contrast and Container choice can create gorgeous results! Taught by Designer Jeanine “J” Fyfe.

#1 Garden Design Secret - Plant Combinations Reg. No. Day 332470-06 Sun

Date Jun 3

Time 12:30-2:00PM

Fee $15

Ever wonder why after many years of planting in your garden, it still doesn’t look the way you want it to? Do you shop at garden centers and purchase plants that you have no idea where you’re going to plant them? You may be helped by this class on plant combinations. Learn from a seasoned design professional, KC Fahy Harvick, how to combine plants for season-long color and the look you’re after in your garden or landscape.

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Wellness Partner

Reg. No. Day 332470-07 Wed

Date Jun 6

Time 6:00-7:30PM

Fee $15

Perennials aren’t just limited to the garden, they can be perfect in containers! Avoid the weary end-of-summer look of annuals and expand your palette of container plants with foliage and flowers. Save money by buying plants that you can transplant into your garden at the end of the season instead of tossing them into the compost heap. Join designer and writer Christine Froehlich for a hands-on demonstration and explore the many varieties of perennials available for container planting. Lists of perennials that work well in sun and shade will be provided and you’ll have an opportunity to see lots of them up close and personal so you can put together your own special look. Purchase plants at a special discount the night of the class.

Made in the Shade

Spring into Action Five Steps to Maintenance Free Gardens Reg. No. Day 332470-02 Sat

Purposeful Perennials

Reg. No. Day 332470-08 Sat

Date Jun 16

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Jeanine “J” Fyfe will share information about plants that thrive in the shade throughout the entire season.

Habitat Plants from around the World Reg. No. Day 332470-09 Sat

Date Jun 23

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

In this show and tell class Plant Whisperer, Michael Hannen will bring a generous selection of uncommon, interesting plants. He will explain how to grow each one and how to add variety to your garden. All plants will be potted and tagged and offered for sale at a discount. He will also bring a selection of unusual leaves and flowers to show and explain.

Houdini Hydrangea Blooms Reg. No. Day 332470-10 Sat

Date Jun 30

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Where did they go? When to prune & what they need to be happy. Taught by Jeanine “J” Fyfe.

Butterfly Friendly Garden Reg. No. Day 332470-11 Sat

Date Jul 14

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Carol Southby of the Rochester Butterfly Club leads a walk and talk on butterfly habitat, life cycles and fun facts. Which plants attract them? How to identify? Information to make your yard butterfly friendly. Rain or shine, slide show presentation in case of rain.

The Four Season Garden Reg. No. Day 332470-12 Sun

Date Jul 15

Time 12:30-2:00PM

Fee $15

The design elements specific to maintaining the attractive look of your garden all year long are seldom used, but are attainable when taught by professional, experienced landscape designer KC Fahy Harvick.

Natural Solutions for Deterring Deer, Stink Bugs and More Reg. No. Day 332470-13 Sat

Date Jul 21

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Michael Hannen will provide a handout with proven homemade remedies. He will also bring samples of products to buy that are safe for the environment and easy to use. He will demonstrate the correct usage on plants in the Broccolo nursery sale area. Michael will also discuss deer tolerant plants. Penfield Recreation | www.penfieldrec.org


Adult Programs Healthy Gardening Tools and Techniques for Garden Longevity Reg. No. Day 332470-14 Sat

Date Jul 28

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

KC Fahy Harvick explains how to do garden chores in a way that does not cause physical pain, and reduces wear and tear to joints and muscles. Includes demonstrations of tools found to be the best available for each task.

I Did Promise You a Rose Garden! Reg. No. Day 332470-15 Sat

Date Aug 4

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

An overview of successful types of roses. Jeanine “J” Fyfe will share what you need to know and how to not get stuck with ones that won’t work in your garden.

Pining for You Reg. No. Day 332470-16 Sat

Date Aug 18

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Evergreens, Pines and Junipers, oh my. How to establish beauty with pines. Taught by Jeanine “J” Fyfe.

For the Birds Reg. No. Day 332470-17 Sat

Date Jul 28

Time 10:00-11:30AM

Fee $15

Plants that encourage birds. Jeanine “J” Fyfe explains what they like to eat, where they nest and hideout. Learn what birds need to make your house their home.

DOG OBEDIENCE Puppy Kindergarten

Kathy Boone Reg. No. Day 355850-A Mon 6 classes

Date Jun 4-Jul 9

Time Fee 6:30-7:30PM $90 Penfield Community Center

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.

Basic Obedience and Intro to Scent Work

Kathy Boone Reg. No. Day 355850-B Mon 6 classes 

Date Jun 4-Jul 9

NEW

Time Fee 7:30-8:30PM $90 Penfield Community Center

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… During this six-weeks there will be an introduction to scent work. This part of the class is for all breeds (large and small) and ages 6 months and older. Scent work is becoming very popular. Whether you want to compete or do it with your dog just for fun. It is a great way to bond with your dog and get their brain working. This sport is similar to what working detection dogs do to locate a specific scent. All you need is a leash and treats to start. Proof of vaccinations needed. All dog classes held at the Penfield Community Center courtyard located just beyond the Recreation entrance on the north side of the building. Instruction by KB Dog Training. Questions, contact Kathy Boone at 880-5746. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

FITNESS, HEALTH AND WELLNESS NEW

Runner’s Boot Camp

Genesee Valley Physical Therapy Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 333820-A Tue & Thu May 29-Jul 12 7:30-8:30PM $125 Ages 15+ (12 classes, no class 6/5 & 6/7) Penfield Community Center

Led by a GVPT therapist, this class is designed to target core, hip, and leg muscles as they relate and function specific to running. Each class will start with a dynamic warm-up, transition into functional strength/stability training and then end with static stretching. Every participant will have the opportunity to be video analyzed on their running mechanics, educated on injury prevention strategies, along with proper running biomechanics. Novice to professional runners are welcome. Classes will be held 2x/week.

Tai Chi Easy - Tai Chi For EveryBODY!

NEW

Jean Sica, certified in Tai Chi Easy, Healer Within, Qigong, and Tai Chi for Arthritis Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 333810-01 Tue May 22-Jun 19 6:00-7:00PM $55 5 classes Penfield Community Center

Tai Chi Easy is a carefully developed and modified (5-movement) form of Tai Chi that is easy and beneficial from the very start. You don’t have to wait to learn 108 traditional movements or even a traditional short (24, 36, 42 movement) form to experience the positive health results of this ancient practice. Tai Chi Easy can help improve balance and flexibility, strengthen cardiovascular system, decrease stress, and expand cognitive skills while quieting your mind. Employing the essential principles of Taichichuan and Qigong, you will experience a no-impact system of meditation in motion that Harvard Medical School calls “medication in motion.” Also recommended by Mayo Clinic, WebMD, NCCIH, Livestrong.com and numerous other health/fitness organizations. No special equipment needed. Wear comfortable clothing and closed shoes such as sneakers, or opt to go barefoot. All movements are done standing up.

Forever Fit

Rosalind Walker, AFAA Certified Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 333840-A Wed Jul 11-Aug 22 8:00-8:55AM $49 7 classes Penfield Community Center

The time is now to start or continue toward your goal. Join a coed, mixed level, low-impact aerobics class emphasizing stamina, strength, endurance, flexibility, balance and coordination. This class is so much fun, you will forget you are working out. Questions - call Rosalind at 370-2480.

Hula Hoop

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Rosalind Walker, AFAA Certified Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 333855-A Thu Jul 12-Aug 23 5:30-6:25PM $56 7 classes Penfield Community Center

Want a fun way to tone your abdominal muscles, burn up to 600 calories an hour, and improve your mood? Let’s hula-hoop! Classes teach hooping movements and techniques both on and off the body, with an emphasis on exercise, play, and dance. Adult size hula-hoops are provided. If you have never been able to hula hoop before, we guarantee you’ll learn in this class. Questions - call Rosalind at 370-2480. Summer 2018

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Adult Programs Line Dancing Workout

Rosalind Walker, AFAA Certified Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 333852-A Thu Jul 12-Aug 23 6:30-7:30PM $53 7 classes Penfield Community Center

Enjoy this fun mind-body workout while dancing your way to better health! This beginner-intermediate class covers many genres of group social line dances from around the world: country western, circle dances, social/party dances, soul line dances, and more. You will learn at least one new dance every week to add to our repertoire for a fun, cardio workout. Not to mention, you’ll boost your brain power by improving your memory skills, strengthen your bones without hurting your joints, and release stress so you feel great. Wear soft-soled shoes, bring a bottle of water, and let’s dance! Questions - call Rosalind at 370-2480.

Pilates Mat with Therese

Therese Bason, Certified IM=X Pilates Instructor Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 333865-A Tue Jun 19-Aug 21 6:00-6:50PM $72 9 classes (no class 7/3)  Penfield Community Center

Water Classes - Water Yoga Please see page 12 in the aquatic section for complete program details.

Zumba

Shelly (Contento) Ball Reg. No. Day 333860-01 Mon 333860-02 Mon 6 classes

Date Jun 4-Jul 9 Jul 16-Aug 20

Time Fee 6:00-7:00PM $36 6:00-7:00PM $36 Penfield Community Center

Come enjoy the workout that feels like a party and is adaptable for everyone! Zumba is a fusion of dance music/moves from around the world, combined with fitness movements. There are no right or wrong steps and no experience or dance ability is needed! Just do what feels comfortable for you and enjoy! Burn up to 900 calories in one hour with instructor, Shelley (Contento) Ball. Shelley has been teaching Zumba, dance, and fitness classes for all levels and populations, both locally and internationally for over 17 years. She is extremely passionate about her classes, her students, and her routines. Come feel the music and get hooked on the energy!

The Pilates Method was designed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates. This unique system of body conditioning strengthens and stretches the core muscles (abs, back, hips and rear). The focus of this mat class is developing core strength, flexibility and balance, and relieving stress. Students learn to be aware of breathing patterns and spinal alignment while working the deep muscles of the core. The benefits include improved posture and range of motion in the joints, injury prevention, increased flexibility, and building a balanced body. No previous Pilates experience is required. Please bring a mat and light hand weights. Questions, call Therese at 200-4085.

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Adult Programs Zumba Gold

Rosalind Walker, Certified Zumba Instructor Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 333890-A Wed Jul 11-Aug 22 9:00-9:45AM $46 7 classes Penfield Community Center

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.

Free Community Pop-up Class with Pure Barre Rochester Reg. No. 

Day Sat

Date Jun 2

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Time Fee 8:00-8:50AM Free Rothfuss Park, 1648 Five Mile Line Rd.

Join Pure Barre Rochester for a free community POP-UP class at Rothfuss Park on Saturday, 6/2 at 8:00am! Immediately following the 50-minute Pure Barre pop-up class, meet fellow barre enthusiasts and Rochesterians for refreshments! Pure Barre is the fastest most effective way to change your body. Pure Barre is a total-body, low-impact, high-intensity workout that lifts your seat, tones your thighs, abs, and arms in record breaking time. The 50-minute classes are designed for all levels of fitness, and clients typically see results in as few as ten classes. For more information visit our website: purebarre.com/ny-pittsford/ and follow us @purebarreROC. Register for this class by emailing pittsford@purebarre.com

Personal Training Package

PS&F Certified Personal Trainers Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 333826-A Indicate date/time preference $99  Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W.

Get started on your fitness goals the right way! Our professional staff will evaluate your fitness level. This three-visit package includes: One 60-minute fitness consultation and two 30-minute personal training sessions. Appointments available mornings, afternoons, evenings, and weekends. When you register, please indicate your time preference and we will contact you by phone to schedule your first visit. Questions - call 586-7777. Offer good for non-members only, once per year, 23 years and older.

Boot Camp

PS&F Staff Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 333805-A Tue & Thu Jul 10-Aug 16 5:30-6:15PM and Sat Jul 14-Aug 18 7:15-8:00AM $99 6 weeks Penfield Sport & Fitness, 667 Panorama Trail W.

Shinrin-Yoku Forest Bathing

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Deborah Denome and Teresa Keyes, Certified Forest Therapy Guides Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 318035-A Sat Jun 2 1:00-4:00PM $30 Ages 12 and up Channing H. Philbrick Park (under 16 accompanied by adult, please)

June 2 is National Trails Day! Do you often feel stressed and like you are moving way too fast? Craving an easy, almost effortless path to calm and inspiration? Forest bathing (aka Shinrin-Yoku in Japanese) is a simple but scientifically proven practice for quickly boosting our mental, physical and emotional health…fully clothed! Through playful invitations that engage all 12 of our (known) senses, we bathe in the atmosphere of the forest and receive peace, support and guidance from the beings who call it home. All of our ancestors lived in the forest; it’s in our DNA. After millennia of connection, it’s only in the last century that we have lost so much of this knowing. An epidemic of stress-related disease and environmental crises has ensued. Join us for a walk back to connection, to the medicine of the forest…song birds, cool shade, warm sun, and the magical energy of Irondequoit Creek await.

Shinrin-Yoku Forest Bathing for Adults 50+

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Deborah Denome and Teresa Keyes, Certified Forest Therapy Guides Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 344830-A Tue Jun 19 10:00AM-12:00PM $25 Ages 50 and up Channing H. Philbrick Park

Do you remember wonderful times in the woods as a child? Would you like to get back there with a little support? Shinrin-Yoku is Japanese and literally translates into “bathing in the atmosphere of the forest”, fully dressed! It is a gentle path for reconnecting our human selves with the more-than-human world. Through enjoyable invitations that engage all of our 12 (known) senses, we expand our awareness of the forest and receive support and nourishment from the beings who call it home. So many of us knew these connections growing up. It’s only in recent decades that we have lost touch as a society and an epidemic of stress-related disease and environmental crises has ensued. Join us for a walk back to connection. This is a very slow, easy walk on level ground. We will cover a short distance, with plenty of benches, shade trees, singing birds, and the soothing babble of Irondequoit Creek.

Arthritis Exercise Program

Maria Herrara Reg. No. Day 363810-A Tue 8 classes

Date Jul 17-Sep 4

Time 10:30-11:30AM

Fee $42

A low-impact exercise program designed especially for seniors. Exercises are done at a relaxed pace, with many done from a seated position. Instructors have been trained by the Arthritis Foundation specifically for this program. There is no age requirement. Everyone is welcome.

This program is a total body workout! Classes will include running drills, steps, weights and bands. Let the instructor boot you into shape with different and fun challenging exercises. You do have the option to just use your own body weight! You will meet three times a week for six weeks.

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Adult Programs

SPORT & RECREATION Intro to Whitewater Kayaking

Genesee Waterways instructors Reg. No. Day Date 331025-A Tue & Thu Jun 12 & 14 331025-B Tue & Thu Jun 26 & 28 331025-C Tue & Thu Jul 10 & 12 331025-D Tue & Thu Jul 24 & 26 331025-E Tue & Thu Aug 7 & 9 331025-F Tue & Thu Aug 21 & 23 Ages 10-adult* 

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Time Fee 5:00-8:00PM $145 5:00-8:00PM $145 5:00-8:00PM $145 5:00-8:00PM $145 5:00-8:00PM $145 5:00-8:00PM $145 Lock 32 Whitewater Park 2797 Clover Street, Pittsford

Have you ever dreamed of experiencing the thrill of paddling your own kayak down a river’s rapid, feeling the adrenaline as the waves splash all around? If yes, let our instructors at Lock 32 introduce you to the world of whitewater kayaking. You will start on flat water, learning all the necessary skills to advance to our whitewater course. When you advance, you will experience the thrill and excitement of navigating your kayak through Lock 32’s fun and challenging rapids—all while learning on New York’s most exciting manmade whitewater park. No kayaking experience needed; all necessary equipment is included, but feel free to bring your own whitewater boat and equipment. *Children under 10: parents may call (585) 313-8035 to discuss whether this class would be right for them.

Bushido Kai Judo

Chief Instructor - 2008 Pan Am Gold Medalist Heiko Rommelmann, Jr. Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 335020-A Mon & Wed Jun 25-Aug 15 7:15-9:15PM $60 335020-B Each additional family member $40 No class 7/4 Penfield Community Center

Bushido Kai (www.bushidokai.net) is organized for males and females ages 10 years old through adults. 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. Many members participate in local, regional, and international tournaments, and have won numerous awards. Uniforms are required and can be rented for $10.00 and a deposit check (see instructor at 1st class).

Golf for 50+ Executive Course at Shadow Lake. Foursomes will accommodate both men and women. Foursomes arranged by starter prior to teeoff. Please remember to indicate a separate course # for EACH golf date you wish to participate in on your registration form. You will receive a confirmation letter. TIME: First tee time out 7:30AM / Last tee time out 8:15AM Ages 50 and over Reg. No. 244450-06 244450-07 244450-08 244450-09 244450-10 244450-11 244450-12 244450-13 244450-14 244450-15 32

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Beginning Pickleball

Dick Seils Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 363820-A Mon May 14-Jun 11 11:30AM-12:30PM $49 4 classes (no class 5/28) Penfield Community Center 363820-B Mon May 14-Jun 11 3:30-4:30PM $49 4 classes (no class 5/28) Penfield Community Center

The hottest new sport in the country for all ages including adults 60+. A cross between tennis and ping-pong, Pickleball is a great way for mature athletes to stay fit (full mobility required). This class will introduce the basic rules of play for the game and allow the novice player to get familiar with serving, scoring, rules, and equipment for both singles and doubles play. Students will also be encouraged to attend and play at the open Pickleball program at the PCC gym.

Monday Bocce League

Interested in a great leisure-time activity? The Monday Morning Bocce League plays at Harris Whalen Park June – September. For information on joining, please contact Millie Cama at 727-3410.

Basketball for 50+

Mike Kemp-Schneider Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 341470-01 Tue May 8-Aug 14 7:00-8:30PM $36 13 sessions (no play 6/5 & 7/3) Penfield Community Center

Summer 50-plus pick-up basketball - keeping you in shape throughout the summer! (Early registration for both residents & non-residents will begin April 23).

Beginner Golf - Intro

Erik Yaekel, PGA Director of Golf Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 334455-A Tue Jun 26-Jul 17 5:00-6:00PM $99 334455-B Wed Jul 25-Aug 15 5:00-6:00PM $99 4 classes Eagle Vale Golf Club, 4344 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road

This course is designed for the true beginner golfer. Our PGA Professional instructors will gently guide you through the fundamentals of the game of golf. Posture, grip, and alignment will be the starting point of the session working into different swing shapes and styles at the proper time. All aspects of the game will be covered from putting, chipping, full swing, to rules and etiquette rounding out the curriculum. Questions - call 377-5200. Fee includes balls, equipment if needed, and instructional materials.

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Adult Programs 50+ Golf Camp

Erik Yaekel, PGA Director of Golf

LADIES Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 334460-A Mon Jul 9-30 3:00-4:00PM $99  Eagle Vale Golf Club, 4344 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road

MEN Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 334460-B Mon Jul 9-30 2:00-3:00PM $99  Eagle Vale Golf Club, 4344 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road

LADIES - Enjoy the warm camaraderie of your fellow lady golfers in a small group atmosphere. All aspects of golf will be covered from putting, chipping, pitching and full swing. Learn the key fundamentals behind hitting the ball more squarely to help increase distance, as well as the finesse side of the game with putting and chipping drills and exercises. MEN - Getting a little older? Not hitting the ball as far as you once did; or as solidly as you used to? This program is designed to improve your contact, create a little more club head speed (think distance!), and also to show you a few ways to spice up your short game! Chipping, pitching and putting will all be covered and different drills and exercises will be implemented to help improve your overall game. Fee includes balls, equipment if needed, and instructional materials.

Soccer League for Women

There will be a women’s soccer league on Saturdays in the fall. Team registration begins in early August. Call the Recreation department for details - 340-8655, option 0.

Volleyball Intermediate Co-Ed Play

Marcia Orlandini Reg. No. Day 339610-A Thu 10 classes

Date Time Fee Jun 21-Aug 23 7:45-9:45PM $45 Penfield Community Center

Competitive play for experienced players - focusing on defensive skills and advanced plays. Limited enrollment.

ADULT TENNIS DOUBLES LEAGUES All play is in Doubles Round Robin format. Sign up individually and you will rotate partners during each match. (Players who would like to be added to the sub list please indicate on your registration form or roster note when registering on-line.) Registration begins 4/9 for residents and 4/16 for non-residents.

WOMEN’S DOUBLES PLAY Reg. No. Day 339210-01 Sat 339210-02 Mon Intermediate Level

Date Time Fee Jun 16-Aug 18 8:30AM $30 June 18-Aug 20 8:30AM $30 Harris Whalen Park

339210-03 Tue June 19-Aug 21 8:30AM $30 Beginner/Intermediate Level Harris Whalen Park 339210-04 Tue Jun 19-Aug 21 Intermediate/Advanced Level

6:30PM $30 Harris Whalen Park

339210-05 Wed Intermediate Level

Jun 20-Aug 22

8:30AM $30 Harris Whalen Park

339210-06 Thu Jun 21-Aug 23 Beginner/Intermediate Level

8:30AM $30 Harris Whalen Park

339210-07 Thu Intermediate Level

6:30PM

Jun 21-Aug 23

$30 PHS Courts

WOMEN’S DOUBLES PLAY SUBS Reg. No. Day Date Time 339210-08

Fee $10

For players who only want to play as a sub

MEN’S DOUBLES LEAGUE Reg. No. Day 339210-09 Tue Advanced Level

Date Jun 5-Aug 28

Time 6:00PM

Fee $39 PHS Courts

DIFFICULTY OF PLAY: Intermediate - Advanced (most difficult). Advanced players should have a rating of at least 3/3.5 points. New registrants contact Frances for clarification as to level of play. FEES INCLUDE: 10 weeks of play, (13 weeks men’s) one rotation of balls (all players are expected to provide a can of balls the first week for season). Questions / Information please contact Frances DeWitte 3838896 / franciegrins@gmail.com REGISTRATION: Complete registration form. Please update your email and cell/phone at this time. That is our primary way of communication. Group captains are needed to insure a smooth running operation; duties are not difficult. Anyone interested in being a group captain, please indicate this on your registration form. Captains will receive a Wegmans gift card in the amount of half your fee at end of season. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

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Adult Programs

PERFORMING ARTS

Montgomery

World Premiere by Stephen Brown Reg. No. Day Date 249310-04 Wed Aug 15

Ticket Policy

Once tickets are purchased, no refunds. Minimum number required for program.

Little Shop of Horrors

Time 10:30AM

Fee $46

A cult classic gets the BVT touch! Everyone’s favorite musical version of the sci-fi flick, complete with a man-eating plant, a sadistic dentist, and a hilarious doo-wop score. (Lunch on your own) Depart Community Center 10:30AM; Return approx. 6:00PM.

The Drowsy Chaperone

Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison Reg. No. Day Date Time 249310-03 Wed Aug 1 10:30AM

Fee $46

Winner of 5 Tony Awards! Let the world’s biggest musical theater fan introduce you to his favorite long-lost musical, The Drowsy Chaperone. This hilarious romp of a showgirl bride, gangsters dressed as pastry chefs, a misguided Don Juan, and (of course) an intoxicated chaperone, adds up to an evening of madcap delight. (Lunch on your own) Depart Community Center 10:30AM; Return approx. 6:00PM.

C A N A L S I D E T H E R A P E U T I C A R T S PSYCHOTHERAPY, ART THERAPY & COUNSELING SERVICES FOR ADULTS, CHILDREN & FAMILIES

Fee $46

Two 14-year-old girls hatch an ill-conceived plot to kidnap country music star, Rick Montgomery. Two bumbling desk cops land the case and see it as an opportunity to alter their careers. In this laughout-loud, offbeat comedy, songs will be sung, people will be shot, and the girls will discover the actual difficulty in exacting revenge. Contains adult language. (Lunch on your own) Depart Community Center 10:30AM; Return approx. 6:00PM

BRISTOL VALLEY THEATER Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman Reg. No. Day Date 249310-01 Wed Jun 20

Time 10:30AM

Fully Committed

by Becky Mode Reg. No. Day 249310-05 Wed

Date Aug 29

Time 10:30AM

Fee $46

Starring Tommy Labanaris! A devastatingly funny one-man tour de force that follows a day in the life of an out-of-work actor who mans the red-hot reservation line at Manhattan’s number one restaurant. Coercion, threats, bribes - desperate callers will stop at nothing to land the right table, and Tommy plays all 40 characters! Some adult language. (Lunch on your own) Depart Community Center 10:30AM; Return approx. 6:00PM

VAN TRIPS OUT TO LUNCH The Gould Hotel Seneca Falls

Traveling east to Historic Seneca Falls – Lunch on your own Reg. No. Day Date Time 349450-01 Fri Jun 15 10:45AM

Fee $10

Depart Community Center 10:45AM; Return approx. 3:00PM

Giuseppe’s Restaurant

Traveling to Gates – Lunch on your own Reg. No. Day Date Time 349450-02 Fri Jul 20 11:30AM

Fee $10

Depart Community Center 11:30AM; Return approx. 2:30PM

The Cobblestone Restaurant

Traveling to Geneva – Lunch on your own Reg. No. Day Date Time 349450-03 Fri Aug 24 11:00AM

Fee $10

Depart Community Center 11:00AM; Return approx. 3:00PM

Six 50 Sodus Point

C O N T A C T

E M I L Y

G E N O V E S E

M S , A T R - B C , L C A T

Traveling to Sodus Point – Lunch on your own Reg. No. Day Date Time 349450-04 Fri Sep 14 11:30AM

Fee $10

Depart Community Center 11:30AM; Return approx. 2:30PM

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DEAR Programs 65 and older who live or pay taxes in Penfield or Brighton. Bri -Pen also provides rides to medical appointments and religious services. • Why do I have to register? Two reasons: 1) we often send updates about class changes or cancellations to your e-mail account or calls to those without access to the internet. 2) Many classes are held in rooms where we can only accommodate a maximum number of people. Registering insures you will be reserved a spot in that program. • Do you repeat programs? Yes, especially those classes with large waiting lists.

DAYTIME EDUCATION AT RECREATION - DEAR - Wisdom at its finest hour! All programs are at the Penfield Community Center unless otherwise stated in description. We are excited to offer classes and lectures to our consortium of lifetime learners. Engaging in intellectual, socially viable cognitive activities to help keep our minds sharp and alert while reducing the risk or delaying the onset of age-related concerns. Daytime Education at Recreation at Penfield Community Center has become an important staple to adults who understand the significance of this idea and would like to reshape the way they spend leisure time, meeting new and interesting people along the way. Join the national movement to learn and share life experience with others, exploring the multitude of free programs available in the following pages.

PLEASE NOTE THAT MOST CLASSES ARE FREE BUT REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!!

FAQ: • Are all the classes free? Many DEAR classes are free. There are some exceptions, for example FUNdraising events are fee based and the revenue is used to subsidize our other free classes. • I am not a Penfield resident. Can I still attend a DEAR program? Yes! The first week of registration is for Penfield residents but there after anyone can register. (Note: don’t wait to submit your registration form. We will take non-residents in the order their forms arrive at the Recreation office.) • How do I take part in a DEAR class? Register online, or with a registration form. (There is a blank form in this brochure or download a form from our website www.penfieldrec.org) Classes are held at the Penfield Community Center, 1985 Baird Rd. The building schedule for the week is posted at both ends of the hall. There is no reserved seating. Our DEAR participants are truly some of the kindest and most approachable people you will ever have the privilege to meet. • Is there transportation available? Yes, we have recently launched a new free volunteer transportation program in Penfield and Brighton called Bri-Pen Senior Rides. The service is for adults Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

• What if I register for a program but can’t attend all the scheduled classes? Missing a class or two is not an issue. However, if you find you will miss half of the session or decide a class is not for you, please call the Recreation Department to let us know. There are often waiting lists and we would like to give someone else the opportunity to attend. PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER FOR A CLASS YOU WILL NOT ATTEND! There are expenses for each program. Running a class is based on the number of registrations we receive prior to the class beginning. If there is low interest we will cancel the program. We cannot cancel a class due to low attendance once it has begun. By registering for a class, you have told us you want us to allocate funds to run the program. • Do I need to sign in for class? Yes. We request participants to sign in when they arrive for class. This will help us keep track of participation and attendance. • Is there a charge for the coffee? No. Coffee is complimentary. • I have an idea for a possible program. Do I have to be a seasoned instructor? How do I go about offering one at DEAR? We are always looking for new and interesting subjects to add to the schedule and volunteers to facilitate them. You do not have to have experience. The DEAR program celebrates the philosophy “it’s never too late to do anything”. If you have an idea and would like to follow through with organizing one, contact Pam Gerace Mount at Penfield Recreation. Pam is the Recreation Supervisor who coordinates the DEAR program and can be found in the Recreation Department or call her at 340-8664. • What if I have an idea but don’t know how to go about putting it together? The DEAR Advisory Board will help you put a program together. We also will have training sessions scheduled throughout 2018 to teach PowerPoint and tips for using the internet. • Can I donate to DEAR? Yes. Donations are vital to keeping our classes free. We are so grateful to all of the people who have generously given these last few years. Checks, cash and credit cards are all accepted and appreciated. Checks can be made out to Penfield Recreation (DEAR). Classes are now listed by day of the week in chronological order. WE NEED YOU! COME BE A PART OF THE DEAR CREATIVE TEAM. HELP US CONTINUE TO ADD NEW AND INTERESTING PROGRAMS TO THE DEAR SCHEDULE BY DEVELOPING AND RUNNING YOUR OWN CLASS! CONTACT US AT 340-8664.

2018 DAYTIME EDUCATION AT RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD Lisa Hibner, Moira Fallon, John Schmeelk, Pat Schmeelk, Sandy Wurzer, Nels Carman If you would like to be a part of the 2018 Advisory committee please see Pam Gerace Mount at the Penfield Recreation Dept. Summer 2018

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DEAR Programs

MONDAYS Colonial House

Sandy Wurzer Reg. No. Day 366410-A Mon 

Date May 7-Jun 4

Time Fee 11:00AM-12:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

If you enjoyed the 1901 House and Frontier House you will equally enjoy Colonial House, an American reality series. Using excerpts from the show as a jumping off point, this class will explore and discuss the myriad of social, economic and political climate of the early colonists as contemporary families try to live in an authentic 18th century community. (Early registration for both resident and non-residents will begin on April 23.)

Alexis de Tocqueville Democracy in America Part II

John Schmeelk Reg. No. Day 366410-B Mon No class 6/25

Date Jun 4-Jul 16

Time Fee 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

William Cook Ph.D. will guide us through de Tocqueville’s “Democracy in America.” We will see the democratic society developing in the USA as he saw it in 1831-32. Did he get it right? Have we followed the path he saw? How did he expect France to benefit from our experience? Listen, learn, and argue with us. These sessions can be enjoyed independently of previous sessions.

George Eastman Museum: Exhibition in Focus: Medium Shapers – Women Photographers

Pam O’Brien, Docent, George Eastman Museum Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 366410-C Mon Jun 11-Jul 2 11:00AM-12:30PM Free  Penfield Community Center and George Eastman Museum

The newest installation of GEM’s History of Photography exhibit focuses on great photographers who are women. We will delve into the work of historic and contemporary women photographers who helped shape the medium. Come join us as we explore the work of the famous and iconic, such as Imogene Cunningham, Dorothea Lange, Diane Arbus, & Julia Margaret Cameron. We will also highlight the work of contemporary fine art photographer Gail Albert-Halaban, whose work will be showcased in the exhibit Out My Window on view in GEM’s Project Gallery opening July 7.

The Chamber Music of Mozart Part II

Joan Albany Reg. No. Day 366410-CC Mon 

Eager to Help?

Volunteer to drive Penfield & Brighton seniors to their medical appointments, religious services & Town Community Centers Drive at your convenience - any availability is greatly appreciated

Call 340-8674

Date Jul 9-Aug 27

Time Fee 10:00-11:00AM Free Penfield Community Center

Sit back and enjoy the life story and the music of the world’s most iconic musician Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Professor Greenberg provides a biographical look at his world through his letters and accounts from those who knew him and an analytical listening to the chamber music he gave to the world. These sessions can be enjoyed independently of previous sessions.

Inexplicable Universe

Nels Carman Reg. No. Day 366410-D Mon 

Date Jul 23-Aug 27

Time Fee 11:00AM-12:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Nels Carman will once again provide a question and answer session using segments from Professor Neil deGrasse Tyson’s course. The Inexplicable Universe: Unsolved Mysteries is a marvelous journey to the frontiers of the known (and unknown) universe and introduces you to tantalizing questions being addressed by the world’s top scientists.

Great Churches of the World

Pat Schmeelk, Sandy Wurzer Reg. No. Day Date 366410-E Mon Jul 23-Aug 27 

NEW

Time Fee 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

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DEAR Programs Speak Easy: Oral History Café

Storyteller Reg. No. Day 366410-01 Mon Audience 366410-02 Mon Storyteller

NEW

Date Jun 25

Time 2:30-3:30PM

Fee Free

Jun 25

2:30-3:30PM

Free

366410-03 Mon Audience 366410-04 Mon Storyteller

Jul 30

2:30-3:30PM

Free

Jul 30

2:30-3:30PM

Free

366410-05 Mon Audience 366410-06 Mon Storyteller 

Aug 27

2:30-3:30PM

Free

Aug 27

2:30-3:30PM

Free

Penfield Community Center

Join us for a new “Stand Up” themed story hour. Once a month we will turn the Senior Lounge into a coffee/tea café and invite people to share short, five-minute personal stories, using the subject of the day. A throw- back to the vintage beatnik clubs of NYC, when open mics were alive and well. Open your life and heart to the universe, validate your life experiences and share with others, the wonders, joys, and disappointments of a life well lived. Coffee, tea and something sweet will be served. Please register either as a storyteller or an audience member.

TUESDAYS Advanced Shutterfly

Diane Robbins Reg. No. Day 366410-F Tue 

Date May 8

NEW Time Fee 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

This class is for Shutterfly users who know the basics of creating an album and want to take their work a step further by using the Advanced Editing options. Learn how to alter Shutterfly standard layouts, add/remove text boxes, and essentially create your own unique work. (Early registration for both resident and non-residents will begin on April 23)

THE TRAVEL BUG

NEW

Penfield Community Center Let’s go explore the world with some of our jet set travelers as they share photos, stories and tips from all over the world. Each week a new location from Iceland and Budapest to China, Alaska, Panama Canal and Route 66. See below for travel dates.

Cruising

Diane Robbins Reg. No. Day 366410-07 Tue

Date Jun 5

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

Do you cruise? Taken ocean cruises but thinking about river cruises? Never cruised and wonder if it is for you? Bring all your cruising questions. Plus, for any type of cruiser - novice or experienced or ‘just wondering’ - learn how to use the forum on Cruise Critic to research cruise lines, specific ships, and ports of call and set up private excursions.

Iceland

Diane & Jerry Robbins Reg. No. Day Date 366410-08 Tue Jun 12

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

In July 2009, Diane and Jerry Robbins flew to Reykjavik, Iceland. After a few days in Reykjavik, they flew to Akureyri on the northern coast, rented a car and drove (clockwise) around the island, returning to Reykjavik 15 days later. The travelogue chronicles the Icelandic scenery through the integration of still and video imagery.

China

Diane & Jerry Robbins Reg. No. Day Date 366410-09 Tue Jun 19

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

Join Diane and Jerry Robbins on their 2008 trip to China. Starting in Beijing they visited the Forbidden City and the Great Wall. After seeing the Terracotta soldiers in Xi’an, they boarded a river boat at Chongquing and sailed down the Yangtze River. Stops were made at a Buddhist monastery, the Three Gorges Dam, and Wu Gorge with the trip ending in Shanghai.

The Trans-Siberian Railroad from Beijing to Moscow: Observations, Insights, and Surprises

Nancy Aumann Reg. No. Day 366410-10 Tue

Date Jun 26

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

Covering thousands of miles, the Trans-Siberian Railroad from Beijing to Moscow transverses China, Mongolia, Siberia, and Russia. Distinct cultures emerge, and societal differences are evident. This travelogue involves surprises as well as basic information.

Down the Panama Canal

Donovan Shilling Reg. No. Day 366410-11 Tue

Date Jul 3

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

Date Jul 10

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

Alaska

Donovan Shilling Reg. No. Day 366410-12 Tue Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

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DEAR Programs 15-day Viking River Cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam Part I & II

George Vorhauer Reg. No. Day 366410-13 Tue

Marvels and Myths of Rochester – Tea with D

Date Jul 17 & 24

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

Date Jul 31

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

Vintage Disney

Pam Gerace Reg. No. Day 366410-14 Tue

Take trip down memory lane when Disneyland was truly a fantasy land of enchantment, quite unlike anything else the world had seen. Fun journey to the past, present and future as we explore some of the folktales, trivia and history of our favorite place on earth.

Date Aug 7

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

Get in my virtual car and let’s go visit some of the most unusual places in the states. From big balls of twine to giant dinosaurs, we will uncover some of the most unique and quintessential places that can only be made in America.

Roadside America Part II

Pam Gerace Reg. No. Day 366410-16 Tue

Date Aug 14

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

WEDNESDAYS Memoir Writing in the Local History Room

Kathy Kanauer Reg. No. Day 366410-22 Wed 366410-23 Wed 

Date Time Fee May 9-Jun 20 1:00-2:30PM Free Aug 1-Sep 5 1:00-2:30PM Free Local History Room at Penfield Community Center

Let’s get you started documenting your life stories. Put this class on your to-do list for the summer. An easy, relaxing and spirited class that will keep you motivated each week to write. You will be surprised how easy it can be. The best part is you can share your stories with the class. This is not mandatory but it is a rewarding way to validate your hard work and your life experience. If you love telling stories, meeting new and old friends or just want the excuse to write each week join us for this free and interesting program. (Check out the Speak Easy Program on Monday and our genealogy class on Friday this August). (Early registration begins April 23 for residents & non-residents).

Wednesday Tea Salon Reg. No. 

Day Wed

Date Ongoing

Time Fee 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Tea with new and old friends every Wednesday at 1:00 in the senior lounge. The first Wednesday of the month we have a book review with Kim Catalanello from the Penfield Public Library, the second Wednesday is Tea with D, a history talk by local author and Rochester historian Donovan Shilling (registration required), the third Wednesday is our monthly book club discussion, and the last Wednesday of the month is an anything goes social tea. Tea is always served in china with a delectable desert. No tea 7/4. 38

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Date Jun 13 Jul 11 Aug 8

Time Fee 1:00-2:00PM Free 1:00-2:00PM Free 1:00-2:00PM Free Penfield Community Center

Join us for Tea with D the second Wednesday of the month for a PowerPoint presentation specifically drawn from Rochester history. Donovan Shilling is a local author who writes about local people, places and things. He has an extensive collection of Rochester memorabilia and often brings artifacts with him offering not only a unique presentation but also a portable museum. Registration is required for this program as we do serve tea and delectable and there may be unforeseen cancellations. No program in May.

Understanding Modern Art – Cubism to Postmodernism

Roadside America Part I

Pam Gerace Reg. No. Day 366410-15 Tue

Donovan Shilling Reg. No. Day 366410-18 Wed 366410-19 Wed 366410-20 Wed 

Pam Gerace Reg. No. Day 366410-G Wed 

Date May 9-30

Time Fee 11:00AM-12:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Let’s get a handle on the next phase of Modern Art. What are you looking at? This four-session class will perhaps open your mind to see modern art as refreshing, irreverent and indeed important phase in the evolution of art history. (Early registration begins April 23 for residents & non-residents).

History of the White House

John Schmeelk Reg. No. Day 366410-H Wed 

Date May 23-30

Time Fee 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Our favorite history teacher John Schmeelk has forged ahead with another interesting presentation. The History of the White House will illuminate the design, construction, floor plan of America’s iconic residence as well as the ongoing renovations that continue to evolve in today’s modern world.

Journey of YOU-Man

Nels Carman Reg. No. Day 366410-I Wed No class 7/4

Date Jun 6-Jul 18

Time Fee 11:00AM-12:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Making sense of our human history has both been recent and problem filled. The discipline called anthropology is loaded with trap doors and shifting sands. There exists a constant holler and shout from cultural biases, religious objections, plus simply not often enough, hard evidence to declare a clear and complete picture. Let’s discuss what the current evidence suggests about the human journey.

The Merchant House Museum: Miracle on Fourth Street Reg. No. 366410-J 

Day Wed

Date Jun 6-13

Time Fee 1:00-2:00PM Free Penfield Community Center

One hundred and eighty-four years ago, Joseph Brewster built a brick and marble row house on Fourth Street in what was then a quiet, exclusive suburb of New York City. In 1835, just three years later, the house was purchased by a prosperous hardware merchant, Seabury Tredwell, and the Tredwell family continued to live in the house for almost 100 years. Today, miraculously, that merchant’s house still stands. It has been open to the public as a museum since 1936. This two-day program will introduce you to the history past and present of this miracle museum. Penfield Recreation | www.penfieldrec.org


DEAR Programs

THURSDAYS

History Sleuths – Where Art Thou Women? Women in Art Reg. No. Day Date 366410-K Wed Jun 6-Aug 22 No class 6/13, 6/20, 7/4

Time Fee 2:00-3:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Finding the Evidence Forensic Science Continued

Join the History Sleuth team as we probe into the lives and work of the world’s most important women painters and subjects. So little attention is given to female artists, and female subjects in art. Let’s research together their stories, their work and their personal challenges; first of which was being a woman. The HS Team will meet on June 6 to assign research assignments and then will meet weekly beginning June 27 to share their specific findings with the group with an informal presentation. Team members will be invited to present their research topic in the fall as part of the DEAR schedule of classes.

Rosemary Irwin Reg. No. Day 366410-O Thu 

NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador Program Presentations: “The Solar System: Our Size and Place” & “Mars: from Ancient Greece to Latest Discoveries”

Open Mind: Latest Discoveries in Cognitive Science

NEW

Jim Rienhardt, NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 366410-L Wed Jun 20 & 27 1:00-2:30PM Free  Penfield Community Center

The Solar System Ambassadors program is a public engagement effort that works with motivated volunteers across the nation to communicate the science and excitement of NASA’s space exploration missions and discoveries to the people in their communities. NASA Solar System Ambassador Jim Rienhardt will present “The Solar System: Our Size and Place” a brief tour of our Solar System comparing Earth to the other planets and Solar System objects and “Mars: from Ancient Greece to Latest Discoveries”. People have been interested in Mars since, well, forever. This lecture presentation will discuss how ancient people viewed Mars through pre-visit speculation and today’s detailed views and discoveries.

A Biographical Look at the Advancement of Medicine

John Schmeelk Reg. No. Day 366410-M Wed 

NEW

Date Time Fee Jul 11-Aug 15 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

The history of the people behind the development of Western scientific medicine. From the Hippocratic Oath to the discovery of circulation, this class will provide the human story of the doctors who brought each new discovery to the Western world.

Food History Part I

Pam Gerace Reg. No. Day 366410-N Wed 

Date Time Fee Jul 25-Aug 15 11:00AM-12:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

For anyone who loves the culinary arts, this series will stir your appetite to learn more about the appealing history of food. With yummy food tastings, cooking demonstrations and a half-hour food lecture, food enthusiasts will find an hour of tasty fun. This session will begin in Colonial America, where we will digest some of the earliest cooking techniques, recipes and explore the origination of coffee. We will travel to the early 19th century, Dickens world, to appreciate the foods of the working class here and in Europe. Next a fascinating look at the origination of the restaurant experience and the first celebrity chefs of the world. All kinds of interesting tidbits to share along the way. (This is a repeat of the last Food History Part I class offered last fall.) Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

Date May 17-Jul 5

Time Fee 11:00AM-12:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

An introduction to the principles of forensic science and a look at some case studies that will give you a new appreciation for law enforcement, which in recent decades has seen a revolution in its ability to determine who committed a crime, how it was done, and often, why. These sessions can be enjoyed independently of previous sessions.

France McCloskey Reg. No. Day 366410-P Thu 

Date May 3-Jun 14

NEW

Time Fee 1:45-2:45PM Free Penfield Community Center

Mysteries of the brain unveiled and explored. The latest discoveries are truly mind blowing. The many facets of understanding the human brain are ongoing and very exciting. Artificial intelligence, neuro syncing, memory enhancement, consciousness, emotion and attention just to name a few. Brain Work 1 & 2 are just the beginning of our ongoing efforts to stay abreast in the neuroscience field. (Early registration for both resident and non-residents will begin on April 23.)

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Cognitive Science Lab

France McCloskey Reg. No. Day 366410-Q Thu 

Date May 3-Jun 14

Time Fee 3:00-4:00PM Free Penfield Community Center

This one-hour lab is a continuation, in-depth discussion of the Cognitive Science class above and an opportunity to share what you know, learned, or are curious about in the cognitive science field. You do not have to attend the CS class above to take part in the lab. (Early registration for both resident and non-residents will begin on April 23.)

Religious History on the Silver Screen

Jack Kowiak Reg. No. Day 366410-T Thu & Fri 

Date Jun 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29

Time 1:00-2:30PM

Fee Free

Penfield Community Center

Sit back, enjoy a feature film, have some popcorn, and learn a little religious history along the way. Each class will feature a Hollywood movie that relates an important aspect of religious history. Three new Hollywood movies have been selected for this session. Each film will be accompanied by a short lecture on the religious history topics portrayed in the film. Jack shows new films each session. This is not a repeat of the last two sessions.

Volunteer for DEAR • Facilitate a new class • Join the planning/advisory committee • Donate to our ongoing efforts to keep DEAR free. Summer 2018

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DEAR Programs

THURSDAY LECTURE SERIES

The Mindful Experience – A Scientific Look at the Benefits of Mindfulness

France McCloskey Reg. No. Day 366410-R Thu 

Date Time Fee Jul 12-Aug 23 1:30-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Mindfulness is the practice of developing awareness of your moment to moment experience. Neurobiology and well-being, changing brain function and structure, and the science of self-preoccupation will be explored and explained in this series.

The Mindful Experience Lab

France McCloskey Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 366410-S Thu Jul 12-Aug 23 2:45-4:00PM Free  Penfield Community Center and other locations TBD

This lab will invite participants from the mindfulness class to experience the benefits of the principle techniques taught in the class above. Each week, weather permitting, the class will meet outside in one of the area parks and practice mindfulness together.

The Life of John F. Kennedy

Joe Meli Reg. No. Day 366410-21 Thu 

Date Jul 5

NEW

Time Fee 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Retired high school history teacher Joe Meli will speak on the life and death of JFK, one of America’s most beloved Presidents. Joe’s presentation style does not employ PowerPoint visuals but his passion, knowledge and excitement for his topics entertain and educate his listeners.

Smithsonian’s Objects That Define America

Rosemary Irwin Reg. No. Day 366410-U Thu 

Date Jul 12-Aug 2

NEW Time Fee 11:00AM-12:00PM Free Penfield Community Center

This summer the DEAR program has its own private tour of the Smithsonian museum. Sit comfortably and discuss the museum’s most treasured items and listen to a Dr. Richard Kurin’s vision of why these famous artifacts are so essential to US culture and history. The four sessions explore American Icons, Rights and Liberties, America the Beautiful, and the Spirit of Invention.

The Early Days of the Erie Canal

Lisa Hibner Reg. No. Day 366410-V Thu 

Date Aug 9-16

Time Fee 11:00AM-12:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

2017 marked the start of the Bicentennial years of the Erie Canal. On April 15, 1817, the New York State legislature voted to build the Erie and Champlain canals. Dignitaries turned the first shovel of soil in Rome on July 4 of that same year, marking the start of Erie Canal construction. Eight years later, the canal opened from Albany to Buffalo. This course will give an overview of the construction of the Erie Canal, including inventions and influences on New York State and its cities. In addition, you will enjoy hearing some first-hand observations about a personal trip on the Erie Canal from a journal written in 1830 by a man named William Upjohn, who immigrated with his family to America from Shaftesbury, England. The presenter’s husband is one of his descendants and the family lives in Penfield. (This class is a repeat of the fall/winter course.) 40

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Richard Feynman: America’s Greatest Physicist Reg. No. 364010-1 364010-2

Day Thu Thu

Date May 3 May 3

Time Lunch 11:45AM Lecture 12:30

Fee $6 Free

Richard Feynman is one of the twentieth century’s greatest physicists. He worked on the atomic bomb project and won the Nobel Prize for his work in quantum electrodynamics. He was one of the chief investigators in the Challenger Shuttle disaster. This lecture will explore his work, writings and ideas that have helped shape modern science. (Early registration for both resident and nonresidents will begin on April 23rd).

Lollypop & Lollypups Reg. No. Day 364010-03 Thu 364010-04 Thu

Date May 10 May 10

Time Lunch 11:45AM Lecture 12:30PM

Fee $6 Free

Lollypop Farm, the Humane Society of Greater Rochester, has been helping animals and people since 1873. Support from the community enables nearly 100 staff members and more than 600 volunteers to care for around 10,000 homeless and abused animals each year. Lollypop Farm is the second-largest animal welfare organization in New York State and is committed to building lifelong bonds between people and animals through education, community outreach, and the prevention of cruelty.

Who’s First? Reg. No. Day 364010-05 Thu 364010-06 Thu

Date May 17 May 17

Time Lunch 11:45AM Lecture 12:30PM

Fee $6 Free

Someone has to be the first, right? There was the first man on the moon, the first person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel, the first woman president in the world. This one-hour lecture will talk about some of those stalwart crusaders who worked vigorously, or in some cases inadvertently, to be the first to achieve posterity in the world.

Fashion - A Dangerous Beauty Reg. No. Day 364010-07 Thu 364010-08 Thu

Date May 24 May 24

Time Lunch 11:45AM Lecture 12:30PM

Fee $6 Free

Throughout history, the strive for fashion has led to illness and even death. Think this is all in the past? Wrong! Dangerous fashion continues today.

The Origins of Creativity Reg. No. Day 364010-09 Thu 364010-10 Thu

Date May 31 May 31

Time Lunch 11:45AM Lecture 12:30PM

Fee $6 Free

We will discuss the insights of philosopher/biologist E. O. Wilson, a lifelong writer of thought-provoking caliber. Wilson’s book The Origins of Creativity is an examination on the creative evolution of our species and the ultimate achievements as well as potential dangers resulting from our ability to formulate new ideas and concepts.

MORE INFO AVAILABLE AT: PENFIELDREC.ORG Penfield Recreation | www.penfieldrec.org


DEAR Programs

FRIDAYS Humanities NY Reading and Discussion Program – Searching for Your own Genius Through the Study of Leonardo da Vinci

Rosemary Irwin Reg. No. Day 363510-A Fri 

Date Time Fee May 11-Jun 15 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Integrating ideas from the notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, this Reading and Discussion series will dip into our own ideas about creativity. Discussions will be enhanced with readings from Walter Isaacson, Alan Alda, Julia Cammeron, Randel Plowman, and others. *Made possible through a grant from Humanities New York. (Early registration for both resident and non-residents will begin on April 23.)

The Mysterious Case of Microbes Continued

John Schmeelk Reg. No. Day 366410-W Fri 

Date Jul 6-Aug 10

Time Fee 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Microbes are both friend and foe. We have evolved together, changing relationships that have forced mankind to develop defense strategies, altering our existence along the way. The inhabitants of this world are trillions of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other organisms, collectively known as microbes and they play a powerful role in your life, from the bacteria in your stomach that help you digest food to the pathogens that make you sick. This 6 week course will look at the 1918 Flu epidemic, allergies, the AIDS virus, immunities, as well as the beneficial microbes that could one day save this planet. These sessions can be enjoyed independently of previous sessions.

Solutions for Preserving and Sharing Digital Family Memories

Allen Hibner Reg. No. Day 366410-X Fri 

Date Aug 10-31

Time Fee 11:00AM-12:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

We all long to tell our stories - stories currently locked up in old analog and digital media; like VHS, 8mm, 16mm films. We all want future generations to know that our lives mattered while we were here and alive. The problem is that it can be overwhelming to know how to translate it all into meaningful and touching digital productions preserved for those future generations. Let’s face it— the future of all of our media going forward is digital. Allen Hibner embarked on a path to find and implement his own solutions to transfer, preserve and share his family’s treasured digital memories. This four-day presentation will demonstrate the fivepart process he developed which includes; transferring, preserving, producing, publishing and propelling these digital memories into the future. Expect an in-depth look at a wide range of existing hardware tools, software tools (including some free shareware programs) and available services, in many price ranges, some of which you may want to obtain and use for your own projects. This will be a fascinating journey through the creation of your own time capsule of digital family memories before they are lost to the ages. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

Solutions for Human–Caused Global Climate Change – There Is Hope

Allen Hibner Reg. No. Day 366410-XX Fri 

Date Aug 24-31

NEW

Time Fee 1:00-2:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Can you list the ten most important actions we can take to avoid the cataclysmic effects of global warming? I think you will be very surprised at the solutions included on the Top 10 List presented. In this course we will undertake a quick review of the 100 most substantive solutions to reverse global warming, based on meticulous research by leading scientists and policymakers around the world. Additionally, we will learn about an exciting, transparent and very simple to understand policy proposal put forth by Citizens’ Climate Lobby called Carbon Fee and Dividend. If enacted by Congress, it will place a steadily increasing fee on fossil fuels at the well, mine or port of entry and return all of the net proceeds equally to American households to offset their rising energy costs. I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the projected results of implementing this one piece of legislation and by the growing bipartisan support it is receiving right now in Congress. Whether you feel hopeful, hopeless, in-denial or just curious at the moment about how we can solve the overwhelming problem of human-caused climate change and global warming, join us in this two-week course to learn how we can all help to create a more livable world for our children, grandchildren and future generations. There is hope.

Discovering Your Roots: An Introduction to Genealogy

Colleen Donaldson Reg. No. Day Date 366410-Y Wed & Thu Aug 29 & 30 

NEW

Time Fee 11:00AM-12:30PM Free Penfield Community Center

Genealogy is a journey of self-discovery – about yourself and the past that helped shaped you. In this Great Course, you will be introduced to genealogy. In two sessions, you will learn how to uncover information from the past in the most effective ways used by professionals. The lecture will focus on interviewing family, resources found at home and in libraries, and in military records. Each of the lectures incorporates hands-on activities to help you get started on your own genealogy work. These lectures will help you get a stronger sense of what records to look for and how to find them.

Escape the Room Reg. No. Day 362622-A Fri 362622-B Fri 

Date Jun 1 Jun 8

Time Fee 3:00-4:30PM $10 3:00-4:30PM $10 Penfield Community Center

A brand new Escape the Room mystery game has been created for all you adventurous game enthusiasts. Escape Rooms are a real-life experience where participants are “locked” (symbolically locked) in a room and must use elements of the room, the group’s collective knowledge and wits to discover clues, solve puzzles, and escape within a set amount of time. We have designed a new Escape Room especially for the DEAR program so you can experience this fun interactive game. Please note there are a limited number of players per game. Summer 2018

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DEAR Programs Dinner & a Movie! Reg. No. Day Date Time Fee 362622-C Fri Jun 29 5:00 PM Dinner $20 Film free  Penfield Community Center

Join us for the latest craze across the country—enjoying a meal and a film all at the same time. This special event will feature appetizers, dinner, and desert all in the theme of whatever the film might be. The film is free; the dinner is $20. We will have a short preshow presentation, and of course a delicious home cooked dinner. Registration is required. Call 340-8655 for more details.

Vintage Game Night Reg. No. 362622-D 

Day Fri

Date Jul 6

NEW Time Fee 5:00PM $6 Penfield Community Center

We are going to brush off the cob webs and dust and play some of the old time favorite games for a nostalgic and spirited evening with new and old friends. Do you have a vintage game you would like to bring and play? Let us know. The evening will include pizza and other refreshments.

GENERAL INFO. & EVENTS FOR ADULTS 55+ Volunteer Facilitators Needed for DEAR (Daytime Education at Recreation): Do you or someone you know enjoy speaking in front of groups eager to learn something new? Join the DEAR team by facilitating a new and interesting program for one of our upcoming sessions. The experience is rewarding, fun and a wonderful way to give back to your community. Games for the Brain / Lunch Exercise your mind, meet new people every Tuesday! Stop by the community room every Tuesday around 9:30 AM to enjoy a cup of coffee and a variety of spirited games. 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 $4.00. At 1:00 PM join us in the game room to play challenging games where everyone participates. Second Tuesday of the month is Bingo! Tuesday Lunch Every Tuesday lunch is available at 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. Menus for “Tuesday Lunch” are available at the Community Center and on-line at www.penfieldrec.org Bridge on Thursdays Contact Sally Hoffman at 261-2105 if you are interested in playing Bridge on Thursday mornings at Penfield Community Center. Nels Carman Big Band Night The first Tuesday of each month the Penfield Rotary Band will play two hours of your favorite big band sounds for dancing and listening. May 1 & June 5 Tuesdays - 7:30 - 9:30 PM Penfield Community Center Fee: $2.00 - Pay at the door Eldersource Eldersource Care Management Services, a collaborative of LIFESPAN and Catholic Family Center, 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. 42

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NEW PILOT PROGRAM! Daytime Education at Recreation welcomes RIT’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on Fridays at Penfield Community Center, 1985 Baird Rd. Membership to Osher is required to attend these classes. See below for details of how you can attend! Are you already an Osher student? Register as usual using the Osher protocol. The location for the classes below will be at the Penfield Community Center and not the Henrietta campus. Not a member of Osher but would like to attend one of the classes below? Register as an Associate member for $30 by calling (585) 292-8989 for a membership form. Your membership entitles you to register for the classes offered on Fridays at the Penfield Community Center on the dates specified, as well as an invitation to attend any of the Thursday lectures at the Henrietta Osher site. (The Associate membership does not extend to the classes at the Henrietta campus, only the lecture series). Associate members cannot register through the recreation department or online. The courses in this pilot program are not free and are open to Full and Associate Osher members. For more information about Osher at RIT visit www.osher.rit.edu.

The West: Journeys Fabled and Forgotten Sp50P

Narrative histories tell the story of the building of the American West: Astor’s dream of a fur empire on the Columbia; Fremont’s expeditions in the Rockies; women’s journals of the Oregon Trail; California’s gold rush and more. This is history as you never learned it in school. Audio/Visual, Lecture

Debbie Huff traveled the back roads of America seeking a better understanding of the men and women who built the West. She has led history courses for several years at Osher. Friday: 9:30 – 11:00 am Ten Weeks: April 6 – June 8

Good Golly! It’s Bolly!: Irrfan Khan: Crossover Character Actor Extraordinaire!

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You might know him from The Lunchbox, Life of Pi, or Jurassic Park, but Irrfan Khan is capable of the most mesmerizing performances. Handsome in an unconventional way, his filmography as both a Bollywood and Hollywood star is amazing. Priyanka Chopra may be getting the buzz; Irrfan has the history! Audio/Visual, Discussion, Lecture

Nita Genova has led classes on Indian cinema for seven years. She is now blogging on the Bollywood films from Stories of Indian Cinema for the George Eastman Museum’s website. Friday: 11:15 am – 1:15 pm Ten Weeks: April 6 – June 8 Penfield Recreation | www.penfieldrec.org


penfield public library REGISTRATION: Penfield town or school district residents are able to register first, then all others may register one week later *This program is sponsored by the Friends of Penfield Public Library.

2018 Children’s Summer Reading Game Early Bird Registration: Once again we are offering early registration for those who would like to pick up summer reading game materials in June for children entering kindergarten through sixth grade (child must be present to register). You can register: Tuesday, June 12, 4:30 -6:30 Thursday, June 14, 4:00 – 6:30 PM Monday, June 18, 4:30 – 7:00 PM Wednesday, June 20, 5:00 – 7:00 PM Friday, June 22, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM Friday, June 22, 2:30– 4:00 PM * The reading game begins Monday, June 25, and runs through Wednesday, August 1. (NO Reading Game on July 4) You play once a week on: Mondays, 6:00– 8:00 PM, or Tuesdays, 1:15 – 3:15 PM, or Tuesdays, 6:15– 8:15 PM, or Wednesdays, 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM or Wednesdays, 3:30– 5:30 PM To play, you need to contract with the children’s librarians to read at least 20 minutes a day, 5 days a week (children who are not yet reading can be read to). We fill out the contract when you come to register. Child must be present to register. You will also receive a special reading game bag with our official reading calendar and an “Early Bird” bonus activity card! Every DAY your contract is met; you earn a coupon that can be redeemed for prizes at our prize table. Each week when you come to play the game, you get one roll of the dice to advance on the game board. For each week your contract is met, you earn an extra roll of the dice. You will also earn a raffle ticket to enter our weekly prize drawing. And if you follow the special directions on certain squares, you can earn EVEN MORE raffle tickets. Come in to play each week and pick up a LIBRARIES ROCK bonus activity card! Do the activity each week to earn EXTRA COUPONS!! *OR…REGISTER the first time you come to play the reading game during any of our regularly scheduled reading game times. Just keep track of all the reading you do beginning Monday, June 25. Write it down and have your parents sign it. We let you use that towards meeting your contract the first time you play the game.

TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR THE 2018 SUMMER READING GAME

For grades 7-12 (Fall, 2018) Learn how to you can help run the reading game during our mandatory training session on Saturday, June 16 from 10:30 am – 12:00 pm. Register: Residents 6/1 • Others 6/8 Call the library at 340-8720 to register Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

*TINY EXPLORERS Fridays, 11:00- 11:45 AM June 15; July 20; August 17 For children 12 - 23 months old, with an adult Come let your little ones discover and play as they learn to socialize with other children. No registration is required. SUMMER FAMILY STORY TIME Mondays, 10:30 – 11:00 AM June 25 – August 13 (no storytime on July 23) For children of all ages, with an adult Families are invited to enjoy stories, songs, and finger plays presented by our children’s librarian. This program is geared for toddler and preschool children not yet comfortable leaving their parent/caregiver. No registration is required. SUMMER STORIES ‘N’ MORE STORY TIME Tuesdays, 10:30 – 11:00 AM June 26 - August 14 (no storytime on July 3) For children ages 3 – 6 Preschoolers are invited to enjoy stories, songs, and finger plays presented by our children’s librarian. Parents/caregivers are welcome, but not required to attend. No registration is required. *Libraries Rock! BOOMERANG CLUB: SUMMER KICK-OFF CONCERT Thursday, June 28; 11:00-11:45 AM For children of all ages and their families Register: Residents 6/14 • Others 6/21 *Libraries Rock! PARENT/CHILD BOOK GROUP Thursday, June 28; 6:45 – 7:30 PM For children entering grades 3 -5, with a parent Join us for our only summer book club evening! Please read Trumpet of the Swan by E. B. White and come prepared to discuss your favorite parts. Books will be on hold at the circulation desk to check out beginning June 1. Registration is not required. *Libraries Rock! LIBRARY LEGO LAB Friday, June 29; 10:30 – 11:45 AM For children ages 6 – 11 years Register: Residents 6/15 • Others 6/22 *Libraries Rock! ICE CREAM SUNDAES Thursday, July 5; 2:30– 3:30 PM For children ages 5 and up Register: Residents 6/21 • Others 6/28 *Libraries Rock! THE REPTILE GUYS EXOTIC ANIMAL SHOW Friday, July 6; 3:30-4:15 PM For children ages 5 and up, with an adult Register: Residents 6/22 • Others 6/29 *Libraries Rock! MAGIC, MUSIC, AND FUN WITH AMAZING MAGIC JOE Thursday, July 12; 3:30-4:15 PM For children of all ages, with an adult Register: Residents 6/28 • Others 7/5 *Libraries Rock! TALES FOR TAILS Friday, July 13; 10:30 – 11:30 AM For children ages 4 and up and their families NO REGISTRATION required, children sign in for time slots upon arrival.

*Libraries Rock! SUPER SIZED CONSTRUCTION VEHICLES ARE RETURNING! Thursday, July 19; 10:00 – 11:00 AM For children ages of all ages, with an adult Register: Residents 7/5 • Others 7/12 *Libraries Rock! WACKY SCIENCE SHOW WITH DR. SCIENCE, CHRIS JOHNSON Friday, July 20; 3:30-4:15 PM For children ages 5 and up, parents welcome Register: Residents 7/6 • Others 7/13 *Libraries Rock! OMNIPRESENT PUPPET THEATER PRESENTS “THE LITTLE MERMAID” Thursday, July 26; 3:30-4:15 PM For children of all ages and their families Register: Residents 7/12 • Others 7/19 *Libraries Rock! SCRAP ART WITH MARY JANE WENNER Friday, July 27; 3:30 – 4:30 PM For children ages 5 and up Register: Residents 7/13 • Others 7/20 *Libraries Rock! STORYBOOK COOKS WITH LIZ BALL Thursday, August 2; 2:30 – 3:30 PM For children ages 6 and up Register: Residents 7/19 • Others 7/26 *Libraries Rock! LIBRARY LEGO LAB Friday, August 3; 10:30 – 11:45 AM For children ages 6 – 11 years Register: Residents 7/20 • Others 7/27 *READING GAME CELEBRATION with…BUBBLEMANIA Tuesday August 7; 7:00 – 8:00 PM For Reading Game Participants Only, parents and caregivers welcome We will celebrate the end of our summer reading program in a grand finale of fun, excitement and laughter with Doug Rougeux. He will entertain us with his symphony of bubbles! After the performance, we will honor our reading game participants by presenting them with special reading certificates and you will have the chance to pick up your weekly raffle winnings one last time. Register: 7/17 for reading game participants

CRAFTY FUN DAYS

for children entering grades 1-4 Come enjoy a story and make a themerelated craft. Separate registration is required for each program. Friday, June 29; 3:30 – 4:30 PM Register: Residents 6/15 • Others 6/22 Friday, July 13; 3:30 – 4:30 PM Register: Residents 6/29 • Others 7/6 Thursday, July 19; 3:30 – 4:30 PM Register: Residents 6/28 • Others 7/5 Summer 2018

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Scenic Treks

penfield trails

scenic treks 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 340-8655 option 0. 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)

Harris Whalen Park Saturday, May 12 • 9:00 – 11:00 AM

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

Webster Arboretum Saturday, June 9 • 9:00 – 11:00 AM

Explore this unique garden of natural beauty in a park-like setting dedicated to quiet reflection, beauty, sights, sounds, and smells of nature. Meet at Kent Park, 1700 Schlegel Rd., Webster. Look for the hike signs!

Abraham Lincoln Park Saturday, July 14 • 9:00 – 11:00 AM

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

Abraham Lincoln Park Trails: West end of Smith Road, off Empire Blvd. Park in culde-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 trail head kiosk/picnic area at Panorama Valley Park.

Irondequoit Creek Waterway: Launch boat at LaSalle’s Landing Park off Empire Blvd. or at Ellison Park.

Irondequoit Creek Wetlands East Trail: Trail begins at the east

end of Old Browncroft Blvd.

Rifle Range Trail: Ellison Park, south side of Empire Blvd., just east of Irondequoit Creek.

Explore the ups and downs of this county park from wooded uplands to the bay shore trail connections.

Rothfuss Park Trail: Begins at the south end of the park at Five

Meet at playground parking lot off Empire Blvd. Look for the hike signs!

Schaufelberger Park/Historic Sidewalk Trail: Park at public

Ellison Park Saturday, August 11 • 9:00 – 11:00 AM

Mile Line Road.

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.

Discover the off-beat pathways that reveal the natural vistas carved by 10,000 years of Irondequoit Creek flow.

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.

Meet at the south entrance, 1008 Penfield Rd. Look for the hike signs!

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

** Penfield Trails Committee is always seeking volunteers to serve on its planning committee, as well as to do manual labor for trails maintenance. For more information, please call Penfield Recreation at (585) 340-8655.

Pick up your passport and take it with you on these hikes! Passports available at Penfield Rec or either Penfield Wegmans store (Rt. 441 or Empire Blvd.)

Trail: Veterans Memorial Park behind Penfield Town Hall. The trail is located west of the tennis courts near the Dolomite Lodge.

Veterans Memorial Park Nature Trail: Geographic center of town, access from Atlantic Ave. and Jackson Rd. Parking available.

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

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Town Parks

Town Parks

All Town of Penfield Parks are handicapped accessible and open from 6:00am to 10:00pm.

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. 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 x0. R = Penfield resident, NR = non-resident

park security Our Town facilities are monitored daily by security officers. If you have a park problem, they may be reached at 340-8618 or 329-0131. For emergencies, please call 911. 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.

CHANNING H. PHILBRICK PARK Off Rt. 441 at Penfield Road. Open pavilion, grills, playground, seasonal public restrooms, green areas, handicapped fishing access, kiosk & hiking trail along Irondequoit Creek.

Channing H. Philbrick Park Open Shelter seats 50; max. 70

GREENWOOD PARK Scribner and Embury Roads. Seasonal park - ball diamond, tennis/pickleball & basketball courts, playground, green areas.

Harris Whalen Park Open Shelter seats 80; max. 100

HARRIS WHALEN PARK Off Rt. 441. Open pavilion and enclosed heated lodge (available by permit), grills, nature trails, playground, softball diamonds, lighted tennis courts (5/110/30), basketball & bocce courts and public restrooms.

Fee: $22 (R) / $33 (NR) • Available: May 1 - Oct. 30

Fee: $33 (R) / $44 (NR) • Available: May 1 - Oct. 30 (Closed 6/30, 7/1)

Enclosed Lodge seats 90; max. 90

Weekdays (M-Th) - $110 (R) / $165 (NR) Weekends (F-Su) - $165 (R) / $220 (NR) [Exception: 11/22-11/25 - $220 (R) / $275 (NR)]

Available Jan. 1 - Dec. 31 (Closed: M-F 6/25-8/3, 6/30-7/1, 11/5-11/6, 12/25)

Veterans Memorial Park Open Shelter seats 60; max. 80

Fee: $22 (R) / $33 (NR) Available: May 1 - Oct. 30

Enclosed Dolomite Lodge* seats 90; max. 90

Weekdays (M-Th) - $165 (R) / $275 (NR) Weekends (F-Su) - $220 (R) / $330 (NR) [Exception: 11/22-11/25 - $275 (R) / $385 (NR)] *Does not include gazebo rental

Available Jan. 1 - Dec. 31 (Closed: 11/5, 11/6, 12/25)

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

HERITAGE PARK Four Corners (Five Mile Line Road and Rt. 441) between Fire Hall and Baptist Church. LASALLE’S LANDING PARK On the south end of Irondequoit

Bay and Irondequoit Creek off Empire Blvd. Fishing access and NEW canoe/kayak launch. Provides wonderful views of Irondequoit Bay.

PANORAMA VALLEY PARK Off Panorama Trail, behind Tops Plaza. Includes picnic pavilion, access to Irondequoit Creek and canoe/kayak launch.

ROTHFUSS PARK 1648 Five Mile Line Rd. 70-acre multiuse park built on former farmland with 4 full-sized rectangular athletic fields, paved and stone walking paths with QR F.I.T. Trail, and new mileage markers for 1/4 mi., 3/4 mi. & 11/4 mi. loops. Additionally, there is a playground, picnic pavilions, seasonal public restrooms, and JACK’s Place.

All reservations are through the Penfield Recreation Department. Please contact us at 340-8655 x0 for more information and reservation procedures.

SCHAUFELBERGER PARK This decorative park sits in the

Coming Soon! Box Turf Field

SHERWOOD FIELDS PARK 2514 Penfield Rd. (located east of

60’ x 120’ artificial turf field with 4’ board panels around entire field. Field will be installed in Rothfuss Park this Spring! Box field is made possible by funds from Senator Rich Funke.

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.penfieldrec.org and Recreation Office. Penfield Recreation | 585-340-8655 

heart of Penfield’s Historic Four Corners.

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.

VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK 3100 Atlantic Ave. Open pavilion and enclosed heated Dolomite Lodge, outdoor amphitheater, lighted tennis and basketball courts (5/1-10/30), baseball, softball, multi-use fields, Veterans’ Memorial, walkways, playground area, nature trails, and new mileage markers for 1/2 mi. and 11/8 mi. loops. Additionally, there is a 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. Summer 2018

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REFERENCE NUMBERS AND INFORMATION Bushido Kai Judo Club

www.bushidokai.net • 265-1234

Monroe County Parks

www.monroecounty.gov 753-PARK(7275)

Penfield Art Association

www.penfieldartassociation.com

Penfield Business Chamber www.penfieldbusiness.org 348-8360

Penfield Cub/Boy Scouts

www.senecawaterways.org 244-4210

Penfield Girl Scouts Millwheel Unit

www.millwheel.org • 248-8559

Penfield Ecumenical Food Shelf www.penfieldfoodshelf.org 234-0799

Penfield Little League

www.penfieldbaseball.com 377-1854

Penfield Players

www.penfieldplayers.org • 340-8655

Penfield Pops Community Band

www.penfieldrec.org • 385-1392

Penfield Public Library

www.penfieldlibrary.org • 340-8720

Penfield Rangers Soccer Club

Registration Information

Registration Begins May 1 MAIL IN/DROP OFF/FAX/SCAN 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. 2. MAIL IN/DROP OFF - You may either mail in or drop off your registration. The drop-box is located next to the Recreation Office door and may be used during building hours, M-Th 8AM - 10PM, Fr 8AM - 6PM, Sa 9AM - 5PM (10AM-1PM starting 6/23), Su 2-5PM (closed starting 6/24). The drop-box will be emptied and processed throughout the day (M-F) along with the U.S. Mail delivery. 3. FAX/SCAN - You may also fax or scan your completed registration form with a credit card payment only. Fax form to 585-340-8617 or scan and e-mail form to recreation@penfield.org. 4. PAYMENT - CHECKS - Make check payable to “Penfield Recreation” (unless otherwise noted). Returned check fee is $20.00. VISA, MASTERCARD & DISCOVER - List cardholder’s name, card number and expiration date. Authorization required for Visa, MasterCard and Discover. 5. Registration begins May 1* for Penfield town and school district residents, and May 8* for non-residents (*unless otherwise noted). Registrations may be submitted prior to the registration start date, but will not be processed until then. 6. A receipt will be e-mailed or mailed to you once your registration has been processed. Please note, the receipt will say whether you have been placed in your first or second choice. If a class has filled, your check will be returned, and/or a full refund processed (see registration procedures #4 above).

ON-LINE (WEB) 1. In order to use Penfield Recreation’s on-line registration system, WebTrac, you must create an account at www.penfieldrec.org. Click Registration, then click Need an account - click here. 2. Once the Information Form is completed and submitted to the Recreation Office, a user name and password will be issued to your household. 3. With a user name and password, you will be able to access WebTrac. Go on-line to the Penfield Recreation web site, www.penfieldrec.org, click on Registration, log in, select your classes, place them in your shopping cart, and “check out” using Visa, MasterCard or Discover to complete the transaction on our secured site. You can print a receipt for your records. 4. Registration begins May 1* for Penfield town and school district residents, and May 8* for non-residents (*unless otherwise noted). All programs are available for on-line registration unless otherwise noted, in which case they are mail-in/ drop-off or fax/scan registration only.

www.penfieldrangers.org

Fee/Refund/Transfer Policy (Please Read Carefully)

Penfield Strikers Soccer Club

Fees: Fees are due at time of registration. No exceptions. Refunds: Refunds are available as noted below, unless otherwise stated in the program description. All refund requests must be submitted to the Penfield Recreation Office. 1. If a class is cancelled, total amount will be refunded. 2. You may withdraw up to one week prior to the start of a class; a refund will be granted less $10.00 processing fee per person/per course. (N.B.: certain courses may also be non-refundable or involve a portion of non-refundable monies.) As a courtesy, please notify the Recreation Department if you are dropping out of a class so that we may activate from a waiting list. Thank you! 3. Within one week of a program’s start date, or after a program has begun, medical (only) refunds will be granted. A doctor’s written statement must accompany your request. The refund amount is subject to a $10.00 processing fee and will be pro-rated based upon the date of your notification to the Recreation Office, not the date of your injury/illness. 4. If refund is more than 180 days from initial registration date and it was paid by credit card, refund will be issued by check only. 5. Absolutely no refunds after a program has ended. Transfers: You may transfer up to one week prior to the start of class. No transfers once a class has begun.

www.penfieldstrikers.org

Penfield Symphony Orchestra www.penfieldsymphony.org 872-0774

Penfield Youth Basketball

www.pybhoops.com • 377-4919

Penfield Youth Football & Cheer www.penfieldyouthfootball.org

Penfield Youth Lacrosse Club

www.penfieldyouthlacrosse.com

Sea Dragons Swim Club www.seadragons.org

SportsNet (rec/sports for

people with disabilities) www.rochesterrehab.org 334-6000x1120

Thousand Acre Swamp 586-8030 x 7934 gsargis@tnc.org

Youth Wrestling

www.penfieldyouthwrestling.com 750-8337

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These policies apply to ALL Recreation Programs.

The Town of Penfield does not carry medical insurance for program participants. The Town of Penfield reserves the right to limit, cancel or change program elements. The Town of Penfield reserves the right to confirm age and/or residence of registrants.

PENFIELD RECREATION • 1985 BAIRD ROAD • PENFIELD, NY 14526 • 340-8655 *Please be advised that the programs, facilities & fees set forth in this publication are subject to change based on facility availability & budget considerations.

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PENFIELD RECREATION PROGRAM REGISTRATION FORM

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CITY_______________________________ ZIP _________________

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ADDRESS ________________________________________________ NAME (Secondary Adult, optional)_____________________________

CITY_______________________________ ZIP _________________

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HOME #_______________________ WORK #___________________

HOME #_______________________ WORK #___________________

EMERGENCY #____________________CELL #_________________

EMERGENCY #____________________CELL #_________________

Cell Carrier (for texting purposes) ______________________________

Cell Carrier (for texting purposes) ______________________________

EMAIL ___________________________________________________

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CITY_______________________________ ZIP _________________ HOME #_______________________ WORK #___________________ EMERGENCY #____________________CELL #_________________

Cell Carrier (for texting purposes) ______________________________

CITY_______________________________ ZIP _________________ HOME #_______________________ WORK #___________________ EMERGENCY #____________________CELL #_________________

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EMAIL ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Resident of Penfield or Penfield School District? Y N Are youEMAIL interested in receiving a weekly newsletter via email? Y N

Resident of Penfield or Penfield School District? Y N

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

Participant Name

Grade Birth Date Gender Course #

Program Name

Fee

Participant Name

Grade Birth Date Gender Course #

Program Name

Fee

Please mail or droP off at Penfield recreation, Please mail or droP off at Penfield recreation, 1985 Baird road, Penfield nY 14526 1985 Baird road, Penfield nY 14526

Total Enclosed $__________

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 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 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 Penfieldand andits itsrepresentatives, representatives,successors, successors,and andassigns assignsfor forany anyand andall allinjuries injuriessuffered sufferedby bymyself myselfor ormy mychild childat atany anyactivity activitysponsored sponsoredby bythese thesegroups. groups. Furthermore, Furthermore, in inthe theevent eventaarefund refundisisgranted grantedfor formyself myselfor ormy mychild childfor forwhatever whateverreason reasonwith withthe theabove abovestated statedactivity, activity,IIdo dohereby herebyauthorize authorizethe theTown Townof ofPenfield Penfieldto toexecute executeaarefund refund voucher voucheron onmy mybehalf behalfand andsubmit submitfor forpayment paymentunder underthe theterms termsand andconditions conditionsset setforth forthin inthe theTown Townof ofPenfield PenfieldRefund Refundand andRegistration RegistrationPolicy. Policy. Refunds Refundsare aresubject subjectto to aaprocessing processingfee. fee.

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SIGNATURE SIGNATURE _________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________{PARENT/GUARDIAN/SELF {PARENT/GUARDIAN/SELF(IF (IFOVER OVER18)} 18)} PLEASE LIST LISTANY ANYADDITIONAL ADDITIONALINFORMATION INFORMATION HERE HERE (e.g. (e.g. Special Special Needs/Medical Needs/Medical Notes/Requests/Other): Notes/Requests/Other): PLEASE

Check payable to: Check payable to: “Penfield Recreation”

“Penfield Recreation”

3-Digit 3-Digit Security Code Security Code

VISA / MC / DISC Exp. Date ___/___ Account # ___________________________________|| ___ ___ ___

VISA / MC / DISC Exp. Date ___/___ Account # ___________________________________|| ___ ___ ___

Cardholder’s Name:_______________________ Authorized Signature _______________________________

Cardholder’s Name:_______________________ Authorized Signature _______________________________

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

Penfield Recreation - Be Active, Be Well, Enjoy Life! Summer 2018

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Penfield Recreation 1985 Baird Road Penfield, NY 14526

PR SRT STD U. S. POSTAGE PAID Penfield, NY Permit No. 7

This booklet is published by the Penfield Town Board. Town Supervisor: Tony LaFountain Board Members: Linda Kohl, Paula Metzler, Andy Moore, Rob Quinn

Independence Day 2018 Saturday, June 30th Parade 10:00 AM

Mr. Don Alhart, Parade Emcee • Mr. Patrick M. O’Flynn, Parade Marshal Penfield Fire Company Band, Gates Keystone Club Police Pipes and Drums, Downbeat Percussion, Towpath Volunteers Fife & Drum, Kelley’s Heroes Marching Band, The Hit Men Brass Band, and more!

Music, Food & Fun 5:00 - 10:00 PM Harris Whalen Park

Music by:

Black Rabbit and Dog House

Fireworks 10:00 PM ALL THE DETAILS AT PENFIELD.ORG AND PENFIELDREC.ORG

Penfield Recreation Summer 2018  

Wellness programs for the whole family.

Penfield Recreation Summer 2018  

Wellness programs for the whole family.

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