PEWAUKEE PARKS & RECREATION
Resident registration starts December 9, 2019. (Online, in-person, or mail-in)
Non-resident registration starts December 16, 2019.
2020 Winter Spring Program Guide
Three ways to register
Pewaukee Junior Guild Scholarships
1. Online Registration *You may register online starting December 9 at 8:00 a.m for residents, non-residents may register online starting December 16. *You must pay via credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover) when registering online. *There is a $2.00 NON-REFUNDABLE fee to register online. *To register online, go to Pewaukee.activityreg.com or go to www.cityofpewaukee.us and on the Parks & Recreation Department page find “online registration” as a quick link. 2. In-Person Registration *You are welcome to register in-person at our office located at City Hall, W240 N3065 Pewaukee Rd. *In-person registration will start December 9 at 8:00 a.m for residents, non-residents may start registering December 16. *Acceptable forms of payment in-person are cash, check, VISA, MasterCard or Discover. 3. Mail-In Registration *Fill out the registration form. (Feel free to copy) *Identify class ID CODE as it is noted in the guide. *Mail-in registration begins December 9 for residents, non-residents may start mailing in forms December 16. Forms received after these dates will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Forms received prior to December 9 will be returned. *You must pay via cash or check when registering by mail. *Confirmation receipts will be emailed to confirm registration. *If a program is full, our office will notify you by phone.
The Pewaukee Junior Guild may be able to help you afford Recreation programming for your children. Please inquire confidentially by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration Exceptions Programs are designed according to age and/or instructor/ student ratios or level that will best benefit the student. Please DO NOT ask us to exceed class limits or put your child in the wrong age or skill level.
Refund Policy Full refunds will not be issued unless a program is cancelled by the Parks & Recreation Department. Participants who request a refund not less than 1 week prior to the first day of the program will receive a 50% refund. Requests within one week of program start or after program start will not receive a refund except in the case of a medical reason documented by a physician or if the individual’s spot can be filled by an individual on the waitlist.
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Registration Format Please be aware of the ID CODE that can be found in each program description. When you register using our form, please use the ID CODE as your description for the program you wish to participate in.
REGISTRATION FORM Name ___________________________________________
Phone #s ____________________________________
(Parent name if participant is under 18)
Primary Phone #
Alternative Phone #
City, State, Zip ___________________________________
Emergency Contact Phone #
Email ___________________________________________ ID CODE 3
Emergency Contact ___________________________
PARTICIPANT’S FIRST NAME
DATE OF BIRTH
GRADE GENDER T-SHIRT SIZE F
I, the undersigned, do hereby agree to allow the individual(s) named herein to participate in the activity(ies) indicated. I am aware of and understand that there may be potential risks inherent with participation in any recreation activity, and the Village and City of Pewaukee does not provide accident insurance and cannot assume responsbility for injury to any participants in its recreation programs. I further understand the eligibility requirements for the program as stated in the Department brochure.
Signature ________________________________________________________________________________ PARTICIPANT
TOTAL FEES $ This form may be copied
Checks payable to: Pewaukee Parks & Recreation
Mail to: W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road, Pewaukee, WI, 53072
Youth Programs LITTLE ELVES GIFT MAKING ages 3-5 years Everyone knows there is nothing more special than a homemade gift. In this workshop your child will make beautiful keepsakes to give to friends and family for the holidays. Parents welcome to join in! (min. 5, max. 10) DATES: Tuesday, Dec. 17 TIME: 10:00-11:00 am LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $9 res. / $19 non-res. ID CODE: 10001
KIDS FOR KINDNESS
ages 3-5 years Each week children will go on a special safari adventure! What will they find? Maybe a bear, a lion or even an ostrich! The class will feature daily stories, crafts and active learning; a new exploration every day. (min. 5, max. 10) DATES: Tuesdays, Mar. 3-24 TIME: 10:00-11:00 am LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $36 res. / $46 non-res. ID CODE: 10005
ages 7-14 years Join us for the first season of our Kids for Kindness program! It’s a chance to have fun while helping others! (min. 6, max. 18 )
SUPER SCIENTISTS ages 3-5 years It’s never too early to fall in love with science! This class will have all sorts of fun and exciting science experiments specifically designed for preschoolers. Preschool aged children are inquisitive and open-minded, perfect traits for budding young scientists! Don’t miss out on this class full of action and surprise! (min. 5, max. 10) DATES: Tuesdays, Jan. 7-28 TIME: 10:00-11:00 am LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $36 res. / $46 non-res. ID CODE: 10002
FUN WITH DANCE ages 3-4 years Your preschooler will practice basic ballet and creative movement using fun props to keep your child interested and excited throughout the whole class! ATTIRE: Comfortable clothes to move in & ballet slippers/socks with rubber tread. Instruction provided by Lori Heckel of To the Pointe Dance Academy. (min. 6, max. 8) DATES: Fridays, Jan. 31-Mar. 20 TIME: 5:20-5:50 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $80 res. / $90 non-res. ID CODE: 10003
MESSY HANDS VALENTINES EDITION ages 3-5 years Kids will use all sorts of exciting and sloppy mediums to create special Valentine cards for family and friends. We invite parents and siblings to join in the fun in making crafts and a sweet snack on February 11th. Your child will enjoy the fun of creating messy masterpieces, but no clean-up for you! (min. 5, max. 10 ) DATES: Tuesdays, Feb. 4 and Feb. 11 TIME: 10:00-11:00 am LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $18 res. / $28 non-res. ID CODE: 10004
CHRISTMAS CARD MAKING WORKSHOP Children can drop in anytime and get to design and make Christmas cards and small gifts that will be donated to women and children’s shelters in our community. All supplies are provided and we will have snacks for our card makers! DATE: Tuesday, Dec. 17 TIME: 5:00-7:00 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $5 res. / $15 non-res. ID CODE: 10010
VALENTINES CARD MAKING WORKSHOP
Children can drop in anytime and get to design and make Valentine’s Day cards that will be donated to ages 3-5 years senior living facilities in our community. All supplies Join local police officers, firefighters and other staff to are provided and we will have snacks for our card makers! learn about different safety subjects. Each day will DATE: Wednesday, Feb. 5 include a 20 minute presentation on the safety topic TIME: 5:00-7:00 pm of the day, a craft and/or a tour. (min. 6, max. 12) LOCATION: Nettesheim Park TIME: 10:00-11:00 am FEE: $5 res. / $15 non-res. Wednesday, April 22: Fire Safety ID CODE: 10011 Location: Fire Station 2 Wednesday, April 29: Stranger Safety Location: Village Hall ages 5-7 years Wednesday, May 6: Water Safety This program is a great introduction to the Location: Village Hall basics of dance. Children will be exposed to Wednesday, May 20: Train Safety Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical and Tap dance elements Location: City Hall Council Chambers through choreography and lessons. A FEE: $36 res. / $46 non-res. performance will be held on the last day of ID CODE: 10006 class. ATTIRE: Leotard & tights, athletic shorts/pants, black T-shirt and ballet slippers. (min. 6, max. 10) DATES: Fridays, Jan. 31-Mar. 20 TIME: 4:30-5:15 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $88 res. / $98 non-res. ID CODE: 10012
LEARN TO ICE SKATE
ages 6-12 years This is a dynamic fun-filled class that will teach your children to see and think like artists, while learning the basic elements of art, artists that used the mediums, and the period of art they were from. We will explore and create age-appropriate projects using many different kinds of media. Classes will include handouts to help you and your child have a more fulfilling art experience at home. This program is taught by art educators Richard & Cherrie Larson of Artbark Studio. New themes and projects each session! (min. 5, max. 12) DATES: Mondays, see below 10007 Session 1: Jan 13-Feb 10 Session 2: Feb 24-March 23 10008 Session 3: Apr 6-May 11 10009 (no class April 13) TIME: 4:45-5:45 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $48 res. / $58 non-res. per session
ages 4-12 years This class develops youths’ basic ice skating skills. Youth will develop confidence on the ice by learning forward and backward skating, turns and stops, and falling and recovery. This is a cooperative program with the Waukesha County Parks System and local communities. It is suggested that young children bring helmets (bike or other helmet is fine) to the class. Dress warm and come early to allow time to get skates on before class. Total class size is 30 skaters. Group will be divided by age. Session 1: Saturdays, Jan. 4-Feb. 8 4-6 yrs (6 spots): 1:45-2:15 pm 10013 7-12 yrs (6 spots): 2:15-2:45 pm 10014 Session 2: Saturdays, Feb. 15-Mar. 21 4-6 yrs (6 spots): 1:45-2:15 pm 10015 7-12 yrs (6 spots): 2:15-2:45 pm 10016 LOCATION: Naga-waukee Ice Arena FEE: $65 res. / $75 non-res.
RECREATIONAL LEVEL LEAGUE PLAY
grades 3-8 currently Players must register individually and will be placed on a team that represents Pewaukee and plays other communities within Waukesha County. Practices and home games will be played at Wagner Park, travel games will be played at various parks in local communities. Practices begin at the end of May and will be scheduled by the team coaches. Games are generally played on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays through the first week of August. Players may request one teammate preference upon registering. Once teams are determined, rosters will NOT be changed; we make every effort to honor teammate requests however it is not guaranteed. INTERESTED IN COACHING? Contact Monica Kaskey: email@example.com. Register by April 13th. (min. 15, max. 56 ) SPARROWS (Moderate Pitch Speed): grades 3-5 FEE: $67 per player ID CODE: 10017 ROBINS (Fast Pitch Speed): grades 6-8 FEE: $89 per player ID CODE: 10018
ART ESCAPE ROOM ages 6-12 years This class will challenge your child both artistically and strategically as he/she works with the other students to “Escape the Room” by finding clues and figuring out puzzles through art. Projects will surprise and delight the students as they race against the clock to crack the code! (min. 5, max. 12) DATE: Thursday, Apr. 2 TIME: 4:45-5:55 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $16 res. / $26 non-res. ID CODE: 10019
ROCK CLIMBING Adventure Rock offers rock climbing classes for youth ages 5-13 on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Call Adventure Rock for session dates, times and to REGISTER ~ 262-790-6800.
‘ALL IN’ PROGRAMS Pewaukee Parks & Recreation strives to include all of our families in our recreational programming. “All In” is our new initiative to provide programming with modifications made for individuals with differing learning and participation needs. We are excited to add this facet of programming to our community! Anyone can register for our “All In” programs! Some age restrictions may apply.
ADAPTIVE EASTER EGG HUNT
all ages Easter egg hunts should be fun for all! But if your child is not comfortable with the noise, activity and hustle of a traditional hunt, we invite you to our Adaptive Easter Egg Hunt! This hunt will have specific areas for those with differing needs. One area will be a quiet area, eggs will be slightly hidden and we encourage those with sensory issues to participate. We will also have an area for those with mobility challenges. We will adapt eggs and provide ‘Pick up sticks’ that can be used to pick up eggs from the ground to bring to a higher level. Finally, we will have an area where eggs are more clearly visible and accessible for those with developmental delays or those that prefer to work at a slower pace. All participants will receive a goody bag for attending. The Easter Bunny will be joining the group for those who prefer to interact with him! We thank the Pewaukee Kiwanis Club for sponsoring this exciting event! DATE: Friday, Apr. 10 TIME: 12:30-1:15 pm LOCATION: Kiwanis Village Park FEE: FREE - Food Pantry donations welcome! ID CODE: 10020 Register by April 1st
all ages Our quiet Bingo event is geared toward soundsensitive individuals and those with hearing difficulties. Instead of using a loud speaker or loud voice to call bingo, we will be using signs and motions to call the numbers and Bingo winners! This evening will also include a short 15 minute social time prior to the Bingo game to allow children and families time to get used to the space and understand how the game(s) will work. Snacks will be served (gluten, soy and dairy free options). We ask that a parent or helper attend this program with their child or adult needing aid. (min. 10, max. 20 ) DATE: Thursday, May 21 TIME: 5:30-6:45 pm LOCATION: Gethesemane United Methodist Church FEE: FREE with Food Pantry donation ID CODE: 10022
EXPRESSION THROUGH DANCE
ages 6-12 Dance is not just a physical activity, but also a form of creative expression. Some children with special needs have great difficulty expressing themselves or understanding emotions. Dance gives these kids a chance to break out of their shells and express emotions in a non-threatening and non-judgemental ART THRU THE SENSES: AN INTEGRATIVE environment. Dancing activities can be stimulating or calming and relaxing. Our instructor will work with ART EXPERIENCE FOR DIVERSE each child’s needs to help create a welcoming LEARNERS ages 5-12 This program gives the opportunity for children to environment for all students to participate at their level of comfort. Parents will be asked to provide explore art using their senses. Children will be information about their children’s needs prior to the gently guided through various creative stations that will include different types of art mediums to start of the program so that we may assist in explore at their comfort level. Stations will include accommodating them. Parent may be asked to stay tactile painting, building and assembling projects, and assist their child or to provide an aide or caregiver if needed. (min. 4, max. 8) color-creation and exploration area. This class is Instructor: Payton Bickett open to students of all abilities, including but not DATE: Tuesdays, see below limited to those with Autism and sensory Session 1: Jan. 28-Feb. 25 10023 processing difficulties. Instructors Cherrie & (no class Feb. 18 ) Richard Larson are art educators with experience in art for all abilities. We ask that a parent or helper Session 2: Apr. 21-May 12 10024 TIME: 4:30-5:15 pm attend this class with their child. (min. 5, max. 12) LOCATION: Wagner Park DATE: Thursdays, Feb. 6-Mar. 5 FEE: $32 res. / $42 non-res. per session TIME: 4:45-5:45 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $48 res. / $58 non-res. ID CODE: 10021
WORK FOR PEWAUKEE PARKS & RECREATION!! Looking for a fun rewarding summer job? Look no further - apply and hang out with us in the parks for the summer! Pewaukee Parks & Recreation will be taking applications for summer parks maintenance staff and recreation program staff in early March. For more information, see the City of Pewaukee website www.cityofpewaukee.us under the Employee Services link for job openings and how to apply!
Youth Summer Camps 5 YOUTH SUMMER CAMPS Pewaukee Parks & Recreation offers several Summer Day Camps for kids when school lets out. All of our programs are packed with activities and adventures that will make memories to last a lifetime! Campers will enjoy activities such as games, sports, crafts, trips and explorations all-day, every day. Our Camp Counselors consist of energetic, qualified adults supported by Jr. Counselors and Jr. Leaders all trained to make your child’s camp experience safe and fun! This page includes a brief description of our camps.
SPARK ages: 1st–6th grades in the fall NEW THIS YEAR: Extended hours from 8:00 am-5:30 pm. (Early care is still available at an additional fee, see below.) SPARK is a great option for children that are enrolled in both sessions full-time in Pewaukee Summer School needing wrap-around care. Campers will participate in games, sports, crafts, themed activities and field trips throughout the summer. SPARK has an on-site Coordinator and has a 1:10 ratio of counselors to children. SPARK also provides lunch and snack for participants 4 days per week. Children will attend SPARK on non-summer school days from 8:00 am-5:30 pm*. On Summer School days, your child will first attend Summer School classes and then meet our staff and walk to the SPARK location. TO REGISTER: Registration for returning 2019 SPARK participants will be accepted March 2-6, 2020 in-person. During this time, 2019 SPARK participants will be guaranteed registration for 2020 with proper forms, documents, and payment/payment plan. Renewal registration closes March 6th at 4:00 pm. 2020 forms will be emailed to previous participants in January. NEW REGISTRATIONS for the SPARK program are handled through a lottery system. Please request a SPARK registration packet after February 10th by calling: 262-691-7275 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed forms should be returned by March 6th to be entered into the lottery. The lottery will be held on March 9th. DATES: Jun. 8-Aug. 7 (no program July 3) LOCATION: Pewaukee Lake Elementary School FEE: $770 res. / $970 non-res. (Payment plan available) TIME: 8:00 am-5:30 pm *Early Care (6:30 am) is available for an additional fee of $70 per child. Field trip fees are separate.
SUMMER DAYCAMP AT PEWAUKEE PARKS
JUNIOR LEADER CAMP
ages 7th-8th grades in the fall NEW THIS YEAR: ages: 1st–6th grades in the fall Extended hours from 7:30 am-5:30 pm. NEW THIS YEAR: Our leadership camp is a great way for youth Extended hours from 7:30 am-5:30 pm. to learn about leadership in a Summer Camp Our popular Summer Day Camps are held at three setting. The program is held exclusively at local parks: Kiwanis Village Park, Nettesheim Park, Kiwanis Village Park and space is limited. and Wagner Park. Weekly and daily themes coupled Participants will gain the following experience: with camper-favorite activities keep the kids excited leadership skills, basic group planning skills, and engaged all summer long. Each camp location communication skills, team building, conflict has a Head Counselor and a 1:10 ratio of counselors to resolution, and community involvement. But children. Children should bring a lunch and snack daily. this camp isn’t all work! Participants will also Schedule: get to enjoy trips, challenges, arts & crafts, OPTION 1: FULL-DAY CAMP sports, theme days and special events. Staff This option allows for your child to be in camp all day include a Camp Coordinator and adult during the summer. counselors with 1:8 ratio of staff to campers. DATES: Jun. 8-Aug. 7 (no program July 3) Campers should bring a lunch and snack daily. Monday-Friday 7:30 am-5:30 pm OPTION 1: JLC FULL-DAY CAMP FEE: $620 res. / $710 non-res. This option allows for your child to be in camp Field trip fees are separate. all day during the summer. LOCATIONS: DATES: Jun. 8-Aug. 7 (no program July 3) Kiwanis Village Park Monday-Friday 7:30 am-5:30 pm Nettesheim Park FEE: $650 res. / $740 non-res. Wagner Park LOCATION: Kiwanis Village Park Field trip fees are separate. OPTION 2: DAY CAMP SUMMER SCHOOL BUNDLE This option is for children who are also enrolled in OPTION 2: JLC SUMMER SCHOOL BUNDLE Pewaukee Summer School. On weeks without This option is for children who are also Summer School, children will attend their respective enrolled in Pewaukee Summer School. On camp from 7:30 am-5:30 pm. When Summer School is weeks without Summer School, children will in session, children will attend their classes at school attend camp from 7:30 am-5:30 pm. When and then board a bus and travel to their park location Summer School is in session, children will to finish the day. Children should bring a lunch and snack daily. attend their classes at school and then board DATES: Jun. 8-Aug. 7 (no program July 3) a bus and travel to their park location to finish Monday-Friday the day. Campers should bring a lunch and snack daily. Non-Summer School Days: 7:30 am-5:30 pm DATES: Jun. 8-Aug. 7 (no program July 3) Summer School Days: 11:45 am-5:30 pm Monday-Friday (children will be bussed from Pewaukee Schools to Non-Summer School Days: 7:30 am-5:30 pm their respective park) Summer School Days: 11:45 am-5:30 pm FEE: $545 res. / $635 non-res. (children will be bussed from Pewaukee Field trip fees are separate. Schools to Kiwanis Village Park) LOCATIONS: FEE: $585 res. / $675 non-res. Kiwanis Village Park LOCATION: Kiwanis Village Park Nettesheim Park Field trip fees are separate. Wagner Park
TO REGISTER FOR ANY OF THE ABOVE SUMMER DAY CAMP AT THE PARK CAMPS... Returning Summer Day Camp/JLC participants will be able to pre-register starting March 2nd in person or by mail to ensure a spot in the program. Pre-registration will require all appropriate forms, documents and payment/payment plan. Pre-registration ends March 6th at 4:00 pm. NEW REGISTRATIONS for summer camps will begin in-person or online starting March 16th on a first-come, first-served basis until April 30th. After April 30th any registration for day camp will be in-person only if space is available.
ART CLASSES BY PAAC
ages 6 to adult People of all ages love to paint! Our Paint-a-Pic classes are designed for children and adults age 6+. Our art instructors will present a sample painting that will inspire each local Picasso to create their own beautiful work of art using acrylic paints. No artistic experience needed! Adult must sign up and accompany children POUR ART CREATIONS under age 8. (min. 8, max. 12) ages 8+ THE MIGHTY JUNGLE If you are not familiar with fluid painting or paint DATE: Thursday, Jan. 30 pouring, it is a technique used with acrylic paints TIME: 4:45-6:00 pm and flow medium that creates unique and really amazing effects. Depending on the colors you pick ID CODE: 10027 IN THE GARDEN and the medium you use, you can get a wider DATE: Thursday, Mar. 19 variety of gorgeous effects. All supplies are provided to make two beautiful pieces of art. Note: TIME: 4:45-6:00 pm ID CODE: 10028 Canvases will take a minimum of 24 hours to dry. LOCATION: Wagner Park We recommend students leave their creations FEE: $16 res. / $26 non-res. per session on-site and plan to pick up the following day. (min. 6, max. 12) DATE: Friday, Jan. 24 TIME: 1:00-3:00 pm LOCATION: St. Bartholomew’s Church FEE: $16 res. / $26 non-res. Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by an ages 7+ years adult. Fun, fitness, adventure! Peaceful and ID CODE: 10025 invigorating, recreational tree climbing allows climbers to ascend into and explore trees BINGO BASH - White Elephant Version! safely. Gain a new appreciation for trees, ages 4+ nature and your County Parks. Recreational Who doesn’t love a night of bingo? This bingo tree climbing is a unique activity that can be night will be extra fun because it’s also a white elephant prize exchange! Each participant should enjoyed by an individual, or in small groups, and is especially rewarding to families. All gear bring a wrapped, ‘less than desirable’, used item and instruction is provided. Participants should wear long pants, from their home to the game. People will win these ‘prizes’ and then will have the opportunity to sturdy shoes, and bring a sense of adventure! Cooperative program with Waukesha County Parks. (max. 3) steal another winner’s prize just like how the DATE: Wednesday, Apr. 22 popular holiday game is played. Each participant TIME: 4:00-6:00 pm will also take home a mystery gift bag just for LOCATION: Menomonee Park, showing up! (min. 10, max. 20) W220 N7884 Town Line Rd., DATE: Thursday, Apr. 23 Menomonee Falls TIME: 5:30-6:45 pm LOCATION: Gethsemane United Methodist Church FEE: $40 res. / $50 non-res. (park entrance fee included) FEE: FREE! with non-perishable food item donation ID CODE: 10029 The Building Bridges initiative is an intergenerational program designed to bridge the gap between our youngest and oldest participants. Each class in this series will bring joy to both the children and the adults who participate in a setting that is open and friendly to all ages and abilities. Bring a child or grandchild or simply bring yourself!
POUR! Fluid Art Experience
ages 16+ If you are not familiar with fluid painting or paint pouring, it is a technique used with acrylic paints and flow medium that creates unique and really amazing effects. Depending on the colors you pick and the medium you use, you can get a wider variety of gorgeous effects. We provide canvases, paints, gloves, cups, pouring medium, stir sticks and everything else you will need to make two beautiful pieces of art. This workshop is led by a local PAAC (Pewaukee Area Arts Council) artist and promises to be fun and educational! Note: Canvases will take a minimum of 24 hours to dry. We recommend students leave their creations on-site and plan to pick up the following day. (min. 6, max. 12) DATE: Tuesday, Mar. 24 TIME: 5:00-7:00 pm LOCATION: St. Bartholomew’s Church FEE: $16 res. / $26 non-res. ID CODE: 10031
RECREATIONAL TREE CLIMBING
THE MOSAIC EXPERIENCE
FOLK ART PAINTING
ages 9+ Madhubani Painting is an intricate Indian FolkArt. This vibrantly colored, detailed traditional art helps develop concentration and hand eye coordination. A display painting will be used as a reference along with step-by-step instructions and demonstration. All art supplies are included. (max. 5) DATES: Tuesday, Apr. 28 TIME: 6:00-7:15 pm LOCATION: Sussex Civic Center FEE: $20 res. / $25 non-res. ID CODE: 10030
ages 9+ Henna is a dye that can be used to create intricate designs on skin. In this class you will learn how to hold a Henna Cone and create drawings on paper and skin. The Henna used contains no chemicals or artificial dyes and will last 1-2 weeks on skin. All supplies are included. This is a great class for a mom and daughter to take together! (max. 5) DATES: Tuesday, May 5 TIME: 6:00-7:15 pm LOCATION: Sussex Civic Center FEE: $20 res. / $25 non-res. ID CODE: 10034
ages 16+ Enjoy the art of creating something beautiful again using broken plates and pottery. You may have a broken or cracked plate, old mug, colorful favorite pot, or chipped family heirloom that you cannot toss. These can be recycled into a lovely creation. All supplies are provided but you are welcome to bring your own plates or pieces. Create something for indoors or outside. These workshops are led by a local PAAC (Pewaukee Area Arts Council) artist and promise to be fun and educational! (min. 6, max. 12) DATES: Wednesdays or Fridays, see below WEDNESDAYS: Feb. 5-19 10032 TIME: 5:30-7:30 pm FRIDAYS: Apr. 17-May 1 10033 TIME: 1:00-3:00 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $48 res. / $58 non-res. per session
ID CODE: 10026
Adult Programs COOKING DEMOS ages 18+ Cooking demonstrations by Staci Joers. You'll enjoy an evening of cooking and entertainment. Plus, you'll sample the food and take home the recipes. Classes are designed for the novice but even the seasoned veteran will come away with some new ideas. (min. 12, max. 18) DATES: see below TIME: 6:30-9:00 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $25 per person, per date
20001 SIMPLE SEAFOOD DATE: Tuesday, Mar. 24 We have received lots of requests for seafood and fish "how to" classes so I've combined a bit to bring you a fantastic menu! You'll sample... Fruite de Mar (shrimp, scallops & mussels) with Tomato-Vodka Sauce served with Basil Risotto and Wild Blueberry Slab Pie for dessert
20002 CORDON-BLEU A CULINARY CLASSIC DATE: Wednesday, Apr. 22 National Chicken Cordon Bleu Day is annually observed on April 4. This day is all about a special dish combining chicken, ham and cheese. The French term Cordon Bleu is translated as “Blue Ribbon”. The earliest recipe known was in a March 1964 printing of the Cincinnati Enquirer by the Cincinnati Gourmet Stanley Demos. Despite some misconceptions, Chicken Cordon Bleu is an American dish. This dish is a take on the popular Veal Cordon Bleu. Tonight you'll sample my version of this classic along with side dishes fit to go along with this winner! You'll sample... Chicken Cordon Bleu with Dijon Cream Sauce Duchess Potatoes Asparagus with Classic Hollandaise Sauce
20003 STEAK! DATE: Monday, May 18 May is National Beef Month so we are going to prepare one of the most popular cuts of steak...sirloin! We'll pair it with a few sides and get you ready for summer grilling season. You'll sample... Classic Wedge Salad with Bleu Cheese Dressing Coffee-rubbed Sirloin Steak Homemade Fries with Chipotle Ketchup Raspberry Tart
OLD FAMILY PHOTOS & THE DIGITAL AGE This is the perfect time to finally cull and organize your old family photos hiding in boxes, albums and slide trays into print and digital collections. This two-hour seminar covers how to select images, create a workflow, get and stay organized, how to scan prints and slides, outsource options, and archiving the collection. Information on computer use will be for Windows PC computers. Instructor: C.T. Kruger (min. 4, max. 20) DATE: Wednesday, Jan. 22 TIME: 6:30-8:30pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $16 res. / $26 non-res. ID CODE: 20004
TECH SAVVY YOU! These classes are designed and instructed by C.T. Kruger, adult educator and multimedia guru. Register for all 3 classes, or you may choose the ones that are of most interest to you! (min. 4, max. 20) DATES: see below TIME: 6:30-8:30pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $42 res. / $52 non-res. for all 3 classes 20079 or $16 res. / $26 non-res. per class (see ID Code below)
20005 CUTTING THE CORD - CONTROLLING CABLE & INTERNET COSTS DATE: Wednesday, Feb. 26 Fees for cable television, home internet, smartphones and streaming services quickly add up to hundreds of dollars. This seminar reviews your options to cut costs and still watch television programs and have internet access on all devices.
20006 GETTING CONTROL - ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY DATE: Wednesday, Mar. 4 You purchased an interchangeable lens (DSLR) or advanced point-and-shoot camera, but you can’t make the camera do what you need for portraits, sports, kids, nature and other types of photos. Bring your camera to this hands-on workshop to “get out of automatic” and learn how to use your camera’s Exposure Modes and other functions for a variety of special situations outdoors, indoors and with flash.
20007 YOU HAVE PICTURES IN YOUR CAMERAS - NOW WHAT? DATE: Wednesday, Mar. 11 We have hundreds - if not thousands - of pictures in our cameras, smartphones and computers. Now what…? This two-hour seminar teaches techniques to save and organize pictures from cameras and smartphones to your computer, to external devices and to “the Cloud.”
CALLING ALL ADULT SOFTBALL TEAMS!!! Pewaukee Parks & Rec has openings in our Adult Softball leagues for Men’s and COED teams. Play begins in Mid-April. Contact Monica Kaskey at email@example.com for more information.
YOGA Yoga uses movement and breath together to produce a “flow” of postures that lead naturally from one to the next to create a deep and soothing yoga practice that recognizes each student’s individual strengths and limitations. A wide offering of postures and techniques may be offered in this class. Some yoga experience recommended. Bring your own yoga mat. (min. 8, max. 16) Instructor: Cindy Stark DATES: Mondays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays see below MONDAYS, 10:00-11:00 am LOCATION: St. Bartholomew’s Church Session 1: Jan. 6-Feb. 10 20008 Session 2: Feb. 17-Mar. 30 (no class Mar. 23) 20009 Session 3: Apr. 6-May 18 (no class May 11) 20010 TUESDAYS, 5:45-6:45 pm LOCATION: St. Bartholomew’s Church Session 1: Jan. 7-Feb. 11 20080 Session 2: Feb. 18-Mar. 31 (no class Mar. 19) 20081 Session 3: Apr. 7-May 12 20082 THURSDAYS, 5:45-6:45 pm LOCATION: Nettesheim Park Session 1: Jan. 2-Feb. 6 20083 Session 2: Feb. 13-Mar. 26 (no class Mar. 19) 20084 Session 3: Apr. 2-May14 (no class May 7) 20085 FEE: $42 res. / $52 non-res. per session
JAZZERCISE What are you waiting for? Jazzercise is a pulse-pounding, beatpumping fitness program that gets you results…fast! It’s a calorie-torching, hip swiveling dance party with a hot playlist to distract you from the burn. Our classes—Strike, Fusion, Interval, Core, Strength, Express and Dance Mixx—will leave you breathless, toned and coming back for more. Start working it… with Jazzercise. SCHEDULE 13 classes/week. HORIZON SCHOOL LOCATION: M/T/W/TH @ 5:45 pm FRED ASTAIRE LOCATION: T/Th 6:00 am, M/T/W/TH/F @ 8:30 am, Sat/Sun @ 8:15 am OFFER: Try out your first class for FREE! $99 for 3 months of Unlimited classes (New customers only or have not attended for 3 mos. or longer) Register in class or call: 262-370-1821 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.jazzercise.com for more information on class format and learning the moves. Credit Cards Accepted.
Zumba fitness classes fuse hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a one of a kind fitness program. Join Jane for this exciting, trend-setting fitness class! Register on-site only. 8 week session - Mondays or Thursdays $40.00 or both sessions for $70.00 Drop-ins for $8.00 Monday, 6:15-7:15 pm Thursday, 6:15-7:15 pm LOCATION: St Bartholemews Episcopal Church Paul Ct For more information and session dates contact Jane Schmidt at 414-759-0427 or email email@example.com.
Now accepting credit cards!
ZUMBA GOLD This class is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a fun, exciting, modified class that offers cardio exercise at a lower intensity. Join instructor, Jenny, to experience Zumba Gold! Once you try it, you will love it! (min. 6, max. 18) DATES/ID CODE: Mondays, see below Session 1: Jan. 6-Feb. 3 20011 Session 2: Feb. 10-Mar. 9 20012 Session 3: Mar. 16-Apr. 13 20013 Session 4: Apr. 20-May 18 20014 TIME: 9:00-10:00 am LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $16 res. / $26 non-res. per session
ZUMBA TONING This class is tailored to adults who want to focus on muscle conditioning and light weight activity. This class blends the class you love at a slower pace with a total body workout using Zumba Toning Sticks to shake up those muscles. Join instructor, Jenny, to experience Zumba Toning! Toning sticks provided. (min. 6, max. 18) DATES/ID CODE: Wednesdays, see below Session 1: Jan. 8-Feb. 5 20015 Session 2: Feb. 12-Mar. 11 20016 Session 3: Mar. 18-Apr. 15 20017 Session 4: Apr. 22-May 20 20018 TIME: 9:00-10:00 am LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $16 res. / $26 non-res. per session
TAI CHI Tai Chi is a holistic approach to wellness (including mind, body, & spirit) and concentrates on relieving the physical effects of stress on the body and mind. The focus and calmness of Tai Chi has proven helpful in maintaining optimum health. Prior Tai Chi Beginner class required. (min. 4, max. 12) DATES: Fridays, see below LOCATION: South Park FEE: $30 res. / $40 non-res. per session Advanced: Continuing: 10:15-11:30 am 11:40 am-12:55 pm Session 1: 20019 20020 Dec. 27*-Jan. 24 *Dec. 27th class held at Nettesheim Park Session 2: 20021 20022 Jan. 31-Feb. 28 Session 3: 20023 20024 Mar. 6-Apr. 3 Session 4: 20025 20026 Apr. 17-May 15
BASIC YOGA BLEND
Learn the basic postures, strengthen and tone muscles, enhance flexibility and balance, and learn breathing and meditation techniques. This class is designed for those with some yoga experience and beginners. Bring your own yoga mat. (min. 6, max. 12) DATES: Tuesdays or Thursdays, see below TIME: 4:30-5:30 pm TUESDAYS LOCATION: St. Bartholomewâ€™s Church Session 1: Jan. 7-Feb. 11 20027 Session 2: Feb. 18-Mar. 31 (no class Mar. 19) 20028 Session 3: Apr. 7-May 12 20029 THURSDAYS LOCATION: Nettesheim Park Session 1: Jan. 2-Feb. 6 20030 Session 2: Feb. 13-Mar. 26 (no class Mar. 19) 20031 Session 3: Apr. 2-May14 (no class May 7) 20032 FEE: $42 res. / $52 non-res. per session
Have fun with other active Seniors and stay fit with lively music and a low impact fitness program that combines cardio, strength/endurance, flexibility and balance techniques to improve functional fitness and inspire an active lifestyle. Meet new people and enjoy a work out that is adaptable for all fitness levels. Class uses a variety of equipment including handheld weights, flex balls and elastic tubing with handles. Chairs are also used for seated work and/or standing support. NOTE: Level 2 classes include a more robust cardio followed by strength and balance training. (min. 6, max. 18) MONDAYS Session 1: Jan. 6-Feb. 3 Level 2 10:15-11:15 am 20044 Level 1 11:30 am-12:30 pm 20045 Session 2: Feb. 10-Mar. 9 Level 2 10:15-11:15 am 20046 Level 1 11:30 am-12:30 pm 20047 Session 3: Mar. 16-Apr. 13 Level 2 10:15-11:15 am 20048 Level 1 11:30 am-12:30 pm 20049 Session 4: Apr. 20-May 18 Enjoy the benefits of Yoga in a safe, gentle program. Increase flexibility, range of motion and Level 2 10:15-11:15 am 20050 core strength. The chair replaces the yoga mat Level 1 11:30 am-12:30 pm 20051 and becomes an extension of your body allowing THURSDAYS you to take full advantage of Yogaâ€™s amazing Session 1: Jan. 2-Jan. 30 20052 fitness and health potential. Great for those with Session 2: Feb. 6-Mar. 5 20053 mobility challenges, inflexibility, or who just Session 3: Mar. 12-Apr. 9 20054 cannot get on the floor for whatever reason. Session 4: Apr. 16-May 14 20055 (min. 6, max. 16) TIME: 10:15-11:15 am DATES: Wednesdays or Thursdays, see below LOCATION: Wagner Park WEDNESDAYS FEE: $16 res. / $26 non-res. per session Session 1: Jan. 8-Feb. 5 20033 Session 2: Feb. 12-Mar. 11 20034 Session 3: Mar. 18-Apr. 15 20035 Session 4: Apr. 22-May 20 20036 TIME: 1:00-2:00 pm THURSDAYS Session 1: Jan. 2-30 20037 Session 2: Feb. 6-Mar. 5 20038 Session 3: Mar. 12-Apr. 9 20039 Session 4: Apr. 16-May 14 20040 TIME: 9:00-10:00 am LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $27 res. / $37 non-res. per session
BRAINS & BALANCE This class is designed for active older adults who know the importance of staying mentally sharp and physically stable. A variety of balance challenges will be used while you exercise your brain. Trish, the instructor, makes this class fun and interesting by incorporating new and previously learned elements in each class! (min. 6, max. 10) DATES: Fridays, see below 20041 Session 1: Jan. 10-Feb. 7 20042 Session 2: Feb. 21-Mar. 20 Session 3: Apr. 3-May 8 (no class Apr. 10) 20043 TIME: 10:00-11:00 am LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $16 res. / $26 non-res. per session
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SPANISH LANGUAGE Join us on a journey to learn the Spanish language! Enjoy the rewards of life-long learning while gaining the skills to connect to Spanish-speaking members in our community. The beginner course will introduce participants to listening and speaking entry-level conversational Spanish. Advanced level is for those that have taken the beginner course or have previous Spanish language instruction. Instructor: Laura Jimenez-Figueroa (min. 4, max. 8) DATES: Mondays, Apr. 13-May 18 BEGINNER: 5:30-6:30 pm 20056 ADVANCED: 6:35-7:35 pm 20057 LOCATION: South Park FEE: $42 res. / $52 non-res. per session
Adult/Senior Programs CCC - COFFEE, CAKES & CONVERSATION
(Formerly offered as a WCTC Personal Enrichment Program) This course is designed to help students develop Stop by for the treats and stay to learn about skills in water color painting with an emphasis on interesting topics and discussion about the things methods and techniques. Both the beginner and that matter to you! Each session will include a ongoing painter will learn or strengthen their skills speaker, social time and of course sweet treats in artist vision, color mixing, line and design and (different each day!) for you to enjoy while sipping brush techniques. A supplies list for the class will be your coffee or tea. This series runs the 3rd Friday of provided. Instructors: Jane Domach & Susan Farmer Tiefenthaler each month and includes the following topics: (min. 6, max. 20) (min. 5, max. 20) DATES/TIMES: Wednesdays, see below DATES/TOPICS: Session 1: Jan. 22-Mar. 11 Friday, Jan. 17: Habits of Happy People Beginning: 9:30-11:50 am 20061 Friday, Feb. 21: Using Technology to Stay Connected Continuing: 12:30-2:50 pm 20062 Friday, Mar. 20: Preventing falls Session 2: Mar. 25-May 13 TIME: 1:00-2:15pm Beginning: 9:30-11:50 am 20063 LOCATION: Gethsemane United Methodist Church Continuing: 12:30-2:50 pm 20064 FEE: FREE LOCATION: Nettesheim Park Educational programming presented by Humana. FEE: $135 res. / $145 non-res. per session ID CODE: 20058
SNOWSHOEING w/TRISH Enjoy great company and beautiful scenery while snowshoeing at Retzer Nature Center. Snowshoe rentals are available on site for a nominal fee, first come, first served. Please bring your own if you have them. (min. 6, max. 16) DATES: Saturdays, see below Jan. 4, 18, Feb. 1, 22, 29, Mar. 7, 14 (all dates are weather/trail permitting, leader will contact participants each week with updates) TIME: 11:00 am LOCATION: Retzer Nature Center S14 W28167 Madison Street Waukesha, WI 53188 FEE: FREE! ID CODE: 20059
FRIDAY NIGHT HIKING w/ TRISH This hiking club is for Boomers+ that want to get out and enjoy some of the area’s beautiful trails with company. Most hikes are not strenuous, but because of the local terrain, one needs to be steady on the feet. Distances are usually in the 2-4 mile range, the pace is moderate, and the leader makes stops to view scenery. Information about where to meet for each location will be sent in early March. Carpooling is encouraged. Participants will be responsible for park entrance fees if applicable. Pre-registration is required. Transportation not included! (min. 10, max. 24) DATES: Fridays, see below Apr. 17-May 15 TIME: 5:30 pm LOCATION: Meeting spots for each location will be emailed in March. FEE: $5 res. / $15 non-res. *Entrance Fees May Apply ID CODE: 20060
(Formerly offered as a WCTC Personal Enrichment Program) Learn how to draw the human face through the use of photographs, models and oneself. Class involves extensive drawing practice in, as well as outside of class. A number of approaches are used to analyze the structure of the face. The goal is to create realistic likeness. Working media will be magic marker, pencils, various forms of charcoal and pastels. Students should bring a notebook, medium weight black magic marker and a #2 pencil with them to the first class. Instructor: Jane Domach (min. 6, max. 20) DATES/TIMES: TUESDAYS, 12:30-2:50 pm Session 1: Jan. 21-Mar. 10 20065 Session 2: Mar. 24-May 12 20066 THURSDAYS, 12:30-2:50 pm Session 1: Jan. 23-Mar. 12 20067 Session 2: Mar. 26-May 14 20068 LOCATION: Nettesheim Park FEE: $135 res. / $145 non-res. per session
ANTIQUE CLOCK REPAIR (Formerly offered as a WCTC Personal Enrichment Program) Learn the skills needed to repair your antique clock! Topics covered include cleaning, re-oiling, setting the proper beat and rebushing. Wheel teeth replacement, repivoting, escapement problems and striking mechanism fundamentals are also discussed. Bring your broken wall or mantel clock to class along with a couple of screwdrivers and pliers. No prior experience necessary. (min. 6, max. 20) DATES/TIMES: Session 1:Tuesdays, Feb. 4-Apr. 21 TIME: 3:00-5:50 pm ID CODE: 20069 Session 2: Tuesdays, Feb. 4-Apr. 21 TIME: 6:00-8:50 pm ID CODE: 20070 Session 3:Thursdays, Feb. 6-Apr. 23 TIME: 2:00-4:50 pm ID CODE: 20071 LOCATION: South Park FEE: $230 res. / $240 non-res. per session
AARP SAFE DRIVING COURSE This course is intended to help drivers live more independently as they age and remain safe on today’s roads. Topics include defensive driving techniques and the normal changes in vision, hearing, and reaction time associated with aging. The course also provides training on how to safely use anti-lock brakes, air bags and safety belts, how to reduce traffic violations, crashes and chances for injury, important facts about the effects of medication and driving techniques for handling left turns, right-of-way, blind spots and more. There are no tests to pass. Many auto insurance companies provide discounts for those who complete the course! You simply sign up and learn! A light lunch will be provided at no charge. (min. 6, max. 20) DATE: Thursday, Mar. 12 TIME: 10:00 am-2:30 pm LOCATION: Pewaukee City Hall Common Council Chambers FEE: $15 AARP members / $20 non-members ID CODE: 20072
LEARN THE HARMONICA Introduction to Harmonica is for those interested in learning the fundamentals of playing harmonica, even if you know little or nothing about music. The class will teach the foundation of the harmonica, how to play some basic songs and introduction into blues harmonica. Discussions will involve types of harmonicas, style of play, various harmonica players and their music. The instructor, Dale Boschke, has been playing harmonica for over 30 years and has 10 years of experience playing with a local blues band. Students must provide a 10-hole diatonic harmonica in the key of C. (min. 4, max. 12) DATES: Tuesdays, Apr. 14-May 19 TIME: 1:00-3:00 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $54 res. / $64 non-res. ID CODE: 20073
PICKLEBALL CLINICS Heard about the game but don’t know where to start? Could use a few pointers before you begin play this summer? Then these novice player clinics are for you! Sign up for an easy-to-understand clinic taught by friendly, experienced players. Participants will learn the basics of the game including rules, scoring and how to use the equipment. (min. 12, max. 40) DATES: Session 1: Friday, May 15 TIME: 10:00 am-12:00 pm ID CODE: 20074 Session 2: Wednesday, May 20 TIME: 5:00-7:00 pm ID CODE: 20075 LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $15 res. / $25 non-res. per session
10 Special Events & Trips MARCUS PAC - THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG
BADGES ‘N BUDDIES
ages 7+ With help from volunteers and sponsors, the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department will be offering a few days throughout the school year for kids to partake in fun activities along with local Deputies! BOWLING - Child may only register for ONE date. Enjoy a little friendly bowling competition! Participants will receive a pizza lunch and 2 games of bowling. (min. 10, max. 22) DATES: Friday, Jan. 24 10035 Friday, Feb. 21 10036 Friday, Mar. 13 10037 Monday, Apr. 13 10038 TIME: Arrive by 10:45 am, program runs 11 am-1:15 pm LOCATION: meet at Sussex Bowl, N64W24576 Main Street, Sussex FEE: FREE to res. / $6 per non-res. Please include your t-shirt size on your registration form!
ages 18+ Join us at the Marcus Center where we will enjoy The Play That Goes Wrong, an award-winning Broadway smash comedy! It’s the opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything, this classic murder mystery is full of mishaps and madcap mania. We will have dinner at Water Street Brewery. Your choices for dinner will be New England Crab Melt, BBQ Pork Sandwich, Cheddar Cheeseburger, or Chicken Caesar Salad. (max. 6 ) DATE: Wednesday, Mar. 18 TIME: 4:15 pm, depart from Sussex Civic Center Return approximately at 10:45 pm FEE: $79 res. / $84 non-res. ID CODE: 20076 Register by Feb. 17
EASTER PEEPS SHOW PRESCHOOL PROM ages 3-5 years with guardian It’s spring and time for the Preschool Prom! This adorable night will consist of fancy hors'doeuvres, sparkling juice, professional-type prom photos and dancing! Formal or semi-formal attire welcome! (Sorry, additional children under 3 or over 5 are not able to attend.) (min. 16, max. 30) DATE: Friday, Apr. 3 TIME: 6:00-7:15 pm LOCATION: Wagner Park FEE: $10 per person (guardian must also pay fee)
ID CODE: 10039
ages 18+ Join us for a sweet trip sure to hit the spot! We will begin our day in Racine at Larsen’s Bakery for a morning treat. Next we will explore the Peep Art Show at the Art Museum. Lunch will be at the Boat House Pub in Kenosha where you will have a choice of a Prime Rib with Mozzarella Sandwich, Chicken, Bacon Wrap, or Lightly Breaded Perch Sandwich. After lunch we will stop at Ghirardelli Outlet Store and Pepperidge Farms where you can stock up on goodies to fill Easter Baskets. (max. 6 ) DATE: Thursday, Apr. 2 TIME: 7:30 am, depart from Sussex Civic Center Return approximately at 5:00 pm FEE: $64 res. / $69 non-res. ID CODE: 20077 Register by Mar. 6
EASTER EGG HUNT In cooperation with American Legion Post #71 and Auxiliary. Children are invited to hunt for treasures throughout the park! DATE: Saturday, Apr. 11 TIME: 10:00 am (arrive by 9:45 am) LOCATION: Kiwanis Village Park FEE: FREE! We ask participants to please bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the local pantry.
Check out our ‘All-In’ Egg Hunt on Friday, April 10th - see page 4 for details!
FIRESIDE TRIP: IN A MIGHTY FORTRESS ages 18+ The Church Basement Ladies are back! The year is 1960, and a reformation is underway. Pastor has found new love and announces his impending nuptials, while against the changing tide, the rest of the “bulwarks never failing” stand strong in their faith and in their friendships with more crazy antics, great songs, and lessons reluctantly learned. On the way to the Fireside we will stop at the Jones Dairy Farm Outlet. (max. 6 ) DATE: Thursday, Apr. 30 TIME: 8:15 am, depart from Sussex Civic Center Return approximately at 5:15 pm FEE: $99 res. / $104 non-res. ID CODE: 20078 Register by Mar. 25
Pewaukee Park System
ADA Accessible Baseball Field Basketball Court Born Learning Trl Building Rental Nature Areas Parking Spaces Picnic Area Playground Portable Toilet Programs Public Boat Launch Restrooms Shelter Softball Field Soccer Field Swimming Tennis Court Volleyball Court
CITY PARKS Balmer Nettesheim Pewaukee Sports Complex South Springdale Wagner
N44 W23875 Lindsay Rd. N26 W27495 Prospect Ave. N45 W23440 Lindsay Rd. N5 W27300 Northview Rd. W226 N2400 Oakwood Ln. N31 W23320 Green Rd.
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of rental are May 1 to September 30. If you plan to rent a building during this time, you must be aware the picnic area rental fee is MANDATORY. During non-peak months, buildings may be rented without additional picnic area rental fees.
PARK RESIDENT Balmer $50/day Nettesheim $20/hr South $20/hr Wagner $30/hr Kiwanis Village $50/day
Non- Resident $100/day $40/hr $40/hr $60/hr $100/day
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*2 hour minimum rental for Nettesheim and South *2 hour minimum rental for Wagner October 1 - April 30 *4 hour minimum rental for Wagner May 1 - September 30
PICNIC AREA RENTAL RESIDENT 50 People $50 100 People $70 200 People $125
BUSINESS Non- Resident $150 $210 $375
RESIDENT $100 $140 $250
Non- Resident $400 $600 $1,000
Deposit $100 $100 $200
2020 Rentals begin on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at 8:00 am.
Pewaukee Parks and Recreation Department
PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID MILWAUKEE, WI PERMIT NO. 1275
W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road Pewaukee, WI 53072
AM I A RESIDENT? Any person who resides in/pays taxes to the City or Village of Pewaukee is a resident and pays the resident rate. Any business that is in/pays taxes to the City or Village of Pewaukee pays resident rates. All other individuals or businesses are considered non-residents. DEPARTMENT SALES TAX Sales tax is included in all activities in the program fee in accordance with the Department of Revenue laws. CLASS CANCELLATIONS DUE TO WEATHER For information on cancelled classes/trips due to inclement weather, contact the Department otherwise participants are notified via text and/or email. We will make every effort to reschedule cancelled programs. WAITING LISTS When you register for a program, please check the â€œwaiting listâ€? box to indicate if you would like to be put on a waiting list in the event of a full program. The Department will make every effort to accommodate those on the waiting lists (adding classes if possible, etc.). If any openings become available, you will then be contacted.
DEPARTMENT INFORMATION NICK PHALIN, CPRP Parks & Recreation Director
MONICA KASKEY, MSRA, CPRP Recreation Supervisor
TYPO - WE GOOFED?! Occasionally there may be a misprint within this program guide. We will make every effort to correct the error as soon as possible. We reserve the right to change program schedules as needed to accommodate demand or building use conflicts.
Park Maintenance Supervisor
Pewaukee Joint Parks & Recreation Board Del Kaatz, Todd Greenwald, Gary Majeskie Dave Linsmeier, Amy Brimmer City Council Liaison Alderman Brian Dziwulski Village Board Liaison Trustee Robert Rohde City Administrator Scott Klein Village Administrator Scott Gosse Pewaukee Parks & Recreation W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road Pewaukee, WI 53072 OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
262.691.7275 (PARK) fax 262.691.6078 www.cityofpewaukee.us www.villageofpewaukeewi.us
TRIBUTE TREE PROGRAM The Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Department offers a Tribute Tree Program for individuals interested in planting a tree in the park system in memory of a special person. Please contact the Department at 262.691.7275 for more information. The Department plants trees during the spring and fall season.
NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY It is the policy of the Pewaukee Parks and Recreation Department that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity, including employment. HOSPITAL/MEDICAL INSURANCE The Department does not provide hospital/medical insurance coverage for people participating in sponsored activities. Further, the Department does not provide hospital/medical coverage for Department sponsored activities. Participants are encouraged to obtain their own insurance coverage prior to and for the duration of the activity they take part in.
Pewaukee Parks & Recreation 2020 Winter-Spring Activity Guide All program offerings for Winter-Spring 2020 can be found inside for Pewaukee...
Published on Nov 27, 2019
Pewaukee Parks & Recreation 2020 Winter-Spring Activity Guide All program offerings for Winter-Spring 2020 can be found inside for Pewaukee...