PARKS & RECREATION Department Information The Parks & Recreation Department is a joint service of the Village of Pewaukee and City of Pewaukee with its office located at the Pewaukee City Hall.
Office Information Pewaukee Parks & Recreation W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road Pewaukee, WI 53072 Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm Phone: 262-691-7275 (PARK) Fax: 262-691-6078 Registration Web: Pewaukee.ActivityReg.com Web: www.cityofpewaukee.us www.villageofpewaukeewi.us
Welcome everyone, to the fall 2020 Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Activity Guide! The spring and summer have been a challenging time for our programs and activities. We have been offering some of our programs through summer, and hope to offer even more in fall. We have taken many safety precautions as we take the health and well-being of our participants very seriously. Please browse our options for fall and consider registering for programs with us. We look forward to serving you, and having you back in our programs and at our parks! Nick Phalin Director of Parks & Recreation
- Pewaukee Joint Parks & Recreation Board Overseeing the operation of the department is a joint Parks and Recreation Board. This advisory board consists of three city citizens and one City Common Council alderman, as well as two village citizens and one Village Board Trustee. All of these positions are obtained through appointment by either the City Mayor or the Village President. This board typically meets on the second Wednesday of each month, and is responsible for overseeing the annual budget, policies, and hiring of full-time staff. Del Kaatz, Amy Brimmer, Gary Majeskie, Dave Linsmeier, Todd Greenwald City Council Liaison Alderman Brian Dziwulski Village Board Liaison Trustee Bob Rohde City Administrator Scott Klein Village Administrator Scott Gosse
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Kids Zone (Preschool & Youth)
3-4 Preschool Enrichment | Dance | Sugar Plum Fairy Party | Tree Climbing | Artsy Kids | Flag Football | Badges & Buddies NICK PHALIN, CPRP Parks & Recreation Director MONICA KASKEY, MSRA, CPRP Recreation Supervisor BARB TSORIS Administrative Assistant Dan Neubauer Parks Maintenance Supervisor PARK STAFF: Max Siebert, Jake Wedin
Adult / Senior
5-6 Cooking Demonstrations | Harmonica | Antique Clock Repair | Tech Savvy | Spanish | Drawing | Watercolors | Mosaic Experience | Christmas Gift Making 7 Chicago Trip | Senior Holiday Social 7-8 Zumba | Jazzercise | Brains & Balance | Yoga | Tai Chi | Positively Fit | Hiking Club
9 Map & Facilities | Off-Site Locations | Ice Rink
10 Registration Information & Form 11 Building Rentals | Tribute Tree | Laimon Park Closure | Department Policies
12 Parktoberfest | Halloween Fun Fest | Movie in Kiwanis Village Park | Fall Frolic & Scarecrow Festival
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We love preschoolers and are happy to share these exciting classes this fall! Our classes focus on all sorts of fun activities but also on skill building in the areas of listening, following directions, and independence. Classes are not set up for parent viewing, but parents are encouraged to come 10 minutes early for the first class to meet the instructor. Enrollment: min. 5, max. 10
Preschool Playground Ages 2-3
Youth Dance Ages 3-7 years
Dancing is so much fun for kids! It allows them to stay active in a fun and exciting way while developing social and emotional skills without even realizing it! If you are looking for a great self-esteem and good habit building activity, sign your child up for dance! Enrollment: min. 5, max. 8 Tuesdays, September 29-November 24 (No class November 3)
Fun With Dance
Ages 3-4 years Time: 4:30-5:00 pm 50001 Fee: $ 88 resident / $98 non-resident
Ages 5-7 years Time: 5:05-5:50 pm 50002 Fee: $ 96 resident / $106 non-resident Location: Wagner Park
SUGAR PLUM FAIRY PARTY
Ages 4-6 years with parent Does your child love princesses and fairies? Join us for an imaginative story of the ice fairies of Wisconsin! Children will enjoy story time, have a special snack, make a teacup fairy home and more! Enrollment: min. 5, max. 8
Saturday, December 5 10:00-11:15 am 50003 Location: Wagner Park $16 resident / $26 non-resident
Your preschooler will enjoy this exciting class full of games and activities to keep them moving, engaged, and active. Stations will be set up with different types of activities for parents and tots to do together ranging from crafts, games, and physical education areas. Tuesdays Session 1: September 8-29 50004 Session 2: October 6-27 50005 Time: 9:15-9:45 am Location: Wagner Park Fee: $26 resident / $36 non-resident
Open Gym Ages 3-5
Open gym is a great way to introduce your preschooler to general sports skills through mini-games and activities. Kids will learn kicking, catching, throwing and more! Class will be outdoors or indoors based on the weather and the activities for the day. Parents should stay on site. Tuesdays Session 1: September 8-29 50006 Session 2: October 6-27 50007 Time: 10:00-11:00 am Location: Wagner Park Fee: $36 resident / $46 non-resident
Kids Love Art Class Ages 3-5
Join us for our new Kids Love Art class! Each week is a different art theme â€“ all of which will have important lessons through the art the children do. The day will include a story, art projects and a take home activity based on the lesson of the day! Children should wear an art smock. Note: Some of the projects made will be donated to the Eras Senior Network for low-income seniors and those in need. Tuesdays November 17-December 8 50008 Time: 10:00-11:00 am Location: Wagner Park Fee: $36 resident / $46 non-resident
Tree Climbing Ages 7+
Fun, fitness, adventure! Peaceful and invigorating, recreational tree climbing allows climbers to ascend into and explore trees safely. Gain a new appreciation for trees, nature and your County parks. Recreational tree climbing is a unique activity that can be enjoyed by an individual or in small groups, and is especially rewarding to families. All gear and instruction is provided. Participants should wear long pants, sturdy shoes, and bring a sense of adventure. Cooperative program with Waukesha County Parks. Enrollment: max. 2 Sunday, Sepember 13 11:00 am-1:00 pm Monday, October 12 4:30-6:00 pm Location: Menomonee Park Fee: $ 40 resident / $50 non-resident
Pewaukee Junior Guild Scholarships The Pewaukee Junior Guild may be able to help you afford Parks & Recreation programming for your children. Please inquire confidentially by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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Artsy Kids Participating in art activities is a great way for children to find new skills in self-expression, focus, confidence and communication! The following Artsy Kids classes are taught by certified art educators and artists, Richard & Cherrie Larson of Artbark Studios.
Art Showcase – Australian Down Under!
Ages 6-12 years Without a doubt, Australia is one of the most unique places on earth! In this exciting class, young artists will learn about Australian art through experimenting with aboriginal projects, cave paintings and more! Join us for an art adventure in the “Outback!” Enrollment: min. 5, max. 10 Thursdays, September 17-October 8 Time: 5:30-6:30 pm 50011 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $48 resident / $58 non-resident
Holiday Gift Making For Kids
Ages 6-12 years In this workshop, children will have the opportunity to imagine and create custom holiday gifts for the special people in their lives. There is nothing more precious than to receive a gift made from the hands and heart of a child! Enrollment: min. 5, max. 10 Thursdays, November 12-December 10 (No class November 26) Time: 5:30-6:45 pm 50015 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $48 resident / $58 non-resident
Ages 6-12 years Pastels are one of the most versatile art mediums in the world. They can produce vibrant colors yet are still flexible enough to allow for dramatic and delicate shading. In this class, artists will learn the basics of how to use pastels and apply it to finished works of art! Enrollment: min. 5, max. 10 Thursdays, October 15-November 5 Time: 5:30-6:30 pm 50012 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $48 resident / $58 non-resident
Crafty Kids – Maker Space!
Ages 6-12 years Maker Spaces are one of the more popular emerging trends in creative learning. For our Crafty Kids session we will fill numerous stations around the room with all sorts of unique and interesting craft supplies. With direction from our instructors, kids will use their creativity to come up with one-of-a-kind projects to make and take home. Enrollment: min. 5, max. 10 Mondays Session 1: October 12, 19 50013 Session 2: November 9, 16 50014 Time: 5:30-7:00 pm Location: Wagner Park Fee (per option): $39 resident / $49 non-resident
Our youth flag football program is for children who are interested in learning the fundamentals of football in a non-contact environment. Emphasis is on beginning to intermediate football concepts in a positive and structured environment. Players will learn how to throw, catch, run routes and other aspects of the game that will keep them active and help them develop skills such as hand-eye coordination. Volunteer coaches will lead teams in instructional practices for the first two weeks of the season. The rest of the program will include additional time for instruction followed by games each week. The last week of the program, children will receive awards. Head coaches will have 50% of their child’s registration fee reimbursed at the end of the season. To sign up to coach, contact: email@example.com or indicate during registration. One head coach per team, assistant coaches encouraged. Enrollment: min. 16, max. 48 Due to uncertainties regarding COVID-19, we will be taking registration through our waitlist for this program. Individuals registering will not pay a fee at the time of registration, but should instead opt to join the waitlist. We will be contacting participants in early September with the status of this program. For questions regarding this process, please contact our office: 262-691-7275.
Holiday Papercraft Social
All ages, 6+ Looking for a festive activity to do with your kids and friends? Join us for an afternoon as we bring all the popular paper craft goodies like Cricket, Zyron, Stamping, Punches, Sissex and more! You are welcome to bring your own paper and stickers, or – you can opt for the supply fee and have a packet of supplies waiting for you! Our staff will show how to use these cool products and will provide some pre-designed holiday cards and scrapbook ideas to make too! Enrollment: min. 6, max. 14 Saturday, December 5 Time: 12:30-3:30 pm 50016 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $18 resident / $28 non-resident + Materials Fee: $5—materials will be provided for numerous paper projects. * If you choose to bring supplies from home, this fee is not necessary.
Pewaukee Parks & Recreation | Fall 2020
Thursdays, Sepember 17-October 29 Grades 1-2: 5:00-6:15 pm 50017 Grades 3-4: 6:15-7:30 pm 50018 Location: Kiwanis Village Park Fee (per option): $62 resident / $72 non-resident
Badges & Buddies
Ages 7+ years Archery is a sport that anyone can enjoy! Join the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Deputies for lunch and practice your archery skills while learning about safe hunting. All equipment is provided, or you may bring your own as long as it is properly cased. Enrollment: min. 8, max. 12 Time: 9:00-11:30 am Session 1: Friday, October 16 50019 Session 2: Friday, November 27 50020 Session 3: Monday, December 28 50021 Time: 11:30 am-2:00 pm Session 1: Friday, October 16 50022 Session 2: Friday, November 27 50023 Session 3: Monday, December 28 50024 Location: South Park Fee: F ree for Pewaukee residents / $10 non-resident
Made From Scratch
Cooking Demonstrations Adults 18+
Cooking demonstrations by renowned Chef, Staci Joers. You’ll enjoy an evening of cooking and entertainment. Plus, you will sample food and take home the recipes. Enrollment (per option): min. 12, max. 18
Balsamic Vinegar Workshop
Delicious (but non-traditional) Holiday Dinner
Wednesday, September 16 60001 Made from grapes, balsamic vinegar is known for its rich flavor and velvety black color. It’s fermented in wooden barrels, much like wine, and the taste of balsamic vinegar intensifies the longer it is aged. It is wonderful on salads, fabulous with breads and has a host of uses for cooking. Tonight we will explore the world of Balsamic vinegar and sample some recipes that feature it as a main ingredient. You’ll sample... Summer Tomato & Basil Salad Herb crusted Turkey Tenderloin with Balsamic Marsala Sauce Roasted Portobello Mushrooms Espresso Balsamic Mocha Mousse
Wednesday, November 4 60003 Most families like to stick to the traditional dishes and flavors during the holiday season. After all, food is family and old favorites are comforting. But I like to change it up and stray away from the traditional and introduce new flavors and recipes. Asian flavors are my inspiration for this years family feast. You’ll sample... - Puff Pastry wrapped Ham with Asianinspired Pineapple Sauce - Easy Garlic Chinese Broccoli - Stuffing with Asian Flavors - Mandarin Orange Cake with Semihomemade Cinnamon Ice Cream
Wednesday, October 7 60002 There is no doubt that Italian food is one of the most popular cuisines across the world. Italian food represents an ideal way to eat. An ideal that is part of the wider “Mediterranean diet” often touted as having the right balance of a little meat, good fat in extra virgin olive oil and a lot of seafood, vegetables, grains and herbs, all washed down with wine. Our menu tonight is chock full of homey Italian flavors and a modern twist on classic tiramisu! - Bread Soup with Rags - Pasta au Pesto with Cream, Green Beans and Potatoes, (I’ll make the homemade pesto for this dish) - Strawberry Tiramisu
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Wednesday, December 9 60004 Recipes inspired by my Finnish Grandma and Great-Grandma. Homey and comforting food that we always ate around the holidays. - Finnish Nisu (My Grandma’s cardamom Bread) - Suomalaisen Lihapullat (My Grandma’s Finnish Meatballs) with Lingonberries served over Buttered Egg Noodles - Grandma’s Date Pudding Time: 6:30-9:00 pm Location: Wagner Park Fee (per option): $25 resident / $35 non-resident
Learn the Harmonica
Introduction to the 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 11 years of experience playing with a local blues band. Students must provide a 10-hole diatonic harmonica in the key of C. Enrollment: min. 4, max. 12 Tuesdays, October 6-November 17 (no class Nov. 3) 60005 Time: 6:00-7:30 pm Location: Wagner Park Fee: $58 resident / $68 non-resident
Antique Clock Repair (Formerly offered as a WCTC Personal Enrichment Program) Ages 18+
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. Enrollment: min. 7, max. 12 Tuesdays, September 8-November 24 60006 Time: 3:00-6:00 pm 60007 Time: 6:00-9:00 pm Thursdays, September 10-December 3 (no class November 26) Time: 2:00-5:00 pm 60008 Location: South Park Fee (per option): $215 resident / $225 non-resident
Fall Registration Begins...
Residents: August 17 / 8:00 am Non-residents: August 24 / 8:00 am (See page 10 for registration information)
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Aprender es divertido!
Tech Savvy You! Ages 18+
These classes are designed and instructed by C.T. Kruger, adult educator and multimedia guru. Register for all 4 classes, or you may choose the ones that are of most interest to you! Enrollment: min. 4, max. 14
Cutting the Cord – Controlling Cable & Internet Costs
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 your devices. Monday, September 14 60010
Join us for a journey to learn the Spanish language! Enjoy the rewards of life-long learning while gaining the skills to connect to Spanish-speaking members of our community. The beginner course will introduce participants to listening and speaking entry-level conversational Spanish. Experienced level is for those that have some previous experience with the language. Instructor: Laura Jimenez-Figueroa. Enrollment: min. 5, max. 8 Mondays September 14-October 19 Beginner: 5:30-6:25 pm Experienced: 6:30-7:25 pm
Location: South Park Fee (per option): $53 resident / $63 non-resident
The Camera in Your Smartphone
It’s a camera, it’s a photo album, it’s a television – it’s your phone. Learn about apps, tips, tricks and limitations for pictures and video from iPhone and Android smartphones and tablets. This class will cover your device’s camera, home and Cloud storage option, printing and more. Monday, September 28 60012
You Have Pictures in Your Cameras, Now What?
We have hundreds, if not thousands, of pictures in our cameras, smartphones and computers. Now what? This twohour seminar teaches techniques to save pictures from cameras and smartphones to a computer, to external devices and to “the Cloud,” using Windows 10 PCs. Class covers how to organize your pictures, viewing pictures from any device, printing options, and how to archive your pictures for the decades to come. Monday, October 5 60013 Times: 6:30-8:30 pm Location: Wagner Park Fee: $60 resident / $70 non-resident for all 4 classes 60009 or $ 16 resident / $26 non-resident for each class (use code noted per class)
Basic Drawing Ages 18+
Seeing and expressing visual thought processes are greatly developed by drawing. Representations of what we see can be created with graphic marks, dashes, lines, and strokes as we organize and identify our immediate environment and surroundings. Freehand drawing involves curiosity, flexibility, time, patience, and practice in acquiring skills and creating original works of art for personal enjoyment and sharing with others. A supplies list for the class will be provided. Instructor: Jane Domach. Enrollment: min. 6, max. 10 Mondays 12:30-2:50 pm September 14-October 19
Thursdays 12:30-2:50 pm September 17-October 22
Mondays 12:30-2:50 pm October 26-November 30
Thursdays 12:30-2:50 pm 60021 October 29-December 10 (No class Nov. 26) Location: Nettesheim Park Fee (per option): $120 resident / $130 non-resident
Pewaukee Parks & Recreation | Fall 2020
Designed to help students develop skills in watercolor painting with an emphasis on methods and techniques. Both the beginner and ongoing painter will learn or strengthen their skills in artist vision, color mixing, line and design and brush techniques. A supplies list for the class will be provided. Enrollment: min. 6, max. 10 Instructors: Jane Domach (Beginner) / Susan Farmer-Tiefenthaler (Continuing) Wednesdays, September 16-November 4 Beginner 9:30-11:50 am 60022 Continuing 12:30-2:50 pm 60023 Location: Nettesheim Park Fee: $150 resident / $160 non-resident
iPad/iPhone – Tips, Tricks & Techniques
This hands-on class is specific to Apple iPhone, iPad tablets and iPad Mini devices. Learn tips, tricks, and techniques to navigate, organize, backup and add useful apps to your devices. Monday, September 21 60011
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 just cannot toss. These can be recycled into a lovely creation. All supplies are provided but you are welcome to bring your own plate or pieces. Create something indoors or outside. Enrollment: min. 6, max. 12 Instructor: Juli Garton Wednesdays, October 21-November 11 (no class Nov. 4) Time: 5:30-7:30 pm 60024 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $48 resident / $58 non-resident
Christmas Gift Making Adults 21+
Some of the best holiday gifts are those that come from the heart. Choose three of the five gift making options below, then join us to create these wonderful handmade items in one evening. Bring your favorite adult beverage, snacks will be provided. Gift Options: 1: Driftwood Christmas Tree Decoration 2: Pair of Christmas Gnome Ornaments 3: Holiday Themed Mosaic Birdhouse 4: Beer or Wine Themed String Art Wall Hanging 5: Pack of 12 Holiday Stamped Cards Enrollment: min. 8, max. 14 Register by November 2. Date: Friday, November 20 Time: 6:30-8:45 pm 60025 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $48 resident / $58 non-resident
Social Chicago Shopping Trip
Adults & Seniors
Fitness Activity Level
I | Moderate I I High I I I | Intense I I I I Low
Ages 16+ (Individuals under 18 must attend with an adult companion)
Head out to the ‘Windy City’ on your yearend shopping trip this holiday season! The morning will start with coffee and sweets prior to loading a coach bus for a smooth ride to downtown Chicago. The bus will take you to the heart of the shopping mecca where you will be able to spend the day as you wish. Drop off location near Michigan Avenue and Grand. Enrollment: min. 30, max. 45 Saturday, December 5 Time: 8:30 am-8:00 pm 60026 Departs from Wagner Park, Pewaukee Fee: $ 46 resident / $56 non-resident Fee includes transportation, chaperone, and coffee/bakery
Zumba Gold I I 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! Enrollment: min. 6, max. 12 Mondays 9:00-10:00 am Session 1: August 31-October 5 (no class Sept. 7) 60028 Session 2: October 12-November 9 60029 Session 3: November 16-December 14 60030 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session): $22 resident / $32 non-resident
Zumba Toning I I This class is tailored to adults who want to focus on muscle conditioning and light weight activity. This workout 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. Enrollment: min. 6, max. 12
Holiday Social Join our staff and friends for our annual Senior Holiday Social! This fun event is open to Seniors in Pewaukee and surrounding communities. Bring a dish to pass and a white elephant gift for the gift exchange! Enjoy great conversation while celebrating the festive season with others. REGISTER EARLY, SPACE IS LIMITED FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING! No drop ins, please! Friday, December 11 Time: 11:30 am-1:00 pm 60027 Location: Pewaukee City Hall Common Council Chambers Fee: FREE
Wednesdays 9:00-10:00 am Session 1: September 2-30 60031 Session 2: October 7-November 4 60032 Session 3: November 11-December 9 60033 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session) $22 resident / $32 non-resident
Zumba I I I I Zumba Fitness is an easy to follow format that combines simple moves with a variety of fun international rhythms to create a one of kind fitness program suitable for ALL. Join Fully Licensed Zumba Fitness Instructor Jane Schmidt for a fun fitness experience modified to YOUR comfort level. 11 years teaching and still LOVING it! Please email or call for locations, times and current class options: jane123.zumba.com Janeschmidt20@yahoo.com or (414) 759-0427
IIII Ages 14+ Visit www.jazzercise.com for more information. You want that look good, feel great, gotmy-stride-on-and-you-love-it confidence? That’s where we come in. Jazzercise is a pulse-pounding, beat-pumping fitness program that gets you results…fast. Incinerate up to 800cph (that’s calories per hour) in one 60 minute class. Our classes – Dance Mixx, Interval, Fusion, Core, Strike, and Strength – will leave you breathless, toned and coming back for more. Expect to feel results after 3 classes and expect to stick with it. Why? Because it works. So stop working out. Start working it…with Jazzercise. 15 classes/week. Schedule: TBD Offer: $99 for 3 months (Unlimited classes). (New customers only or those that 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. Due to COVID-19 all locations are subject to change. Please visit website for more information!
Brains & Balance I 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! Enrollment: min. 6, max. 10 Fridays 10:00-11:00 am Session 1: October 2-30 60034 Session 2: N ovember 6-December 18 (No class Nov. 27 or Dec.11) 60035 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session): $ 24 resident / $34 non-resident
Vinyasa Flow Yoga I I 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 is helpful but not required. Bring your own yoga mat. Enrollment: min. 6, max. 10 Instructor: Cindy Stark Mondays 10:00-11:00 am Session 1: S eptember 14-October 26 (No class Oct. 12) 60036 Session 2: November 2-December 14 (No class Nov. 23) 60037 Tuesdays 5:45-6:45 pm Session 1: September 8-October 13 60038 Session 2: O ctober 20-December 1 (No class Nov. 24) 60039 Session 3: December 8-29 (mini session) 60040 Location: St. Bartholomew’s Church* (*) In the event that the church is not available due to COVID-19 restrictions, all classes will be held at Pewaukee Nettesheim Park.
Fee (per session): 1 & 2- $52 resident / $62 non-resident Session 3 - $35 resident / $45 non-resident
Gentle Yoga Blend I I (Previously Basic Yoga Blend)
Learn the basic postures, strengthen and tone muscles, enhance flexibility and balance, and learn breathing and meditation techniques. This class is a gentler approach to yoga flow and is a great option for beginners or those that prefer a lighter yoga practice. Bring your own yoga mat. Enrollment: min. 6, max. 10 Instructor: Cindy Stark Tuesdays 4:30-5:30 pm Session 1: September 8-October 13 60041 Session 2: O ctober 20-December 1 (No class Nov. 24) 60042 Session 3: December 8-29 (mini session) 60043 Location: St. Bartholomew’s Church* (*) In the event that the church is not available due to COVID-19 restrictions, all classes will be held at Pewaukee Nettesheim Park.
Thursdays 4:30-5:30 pm Session 1: S eptember 10-October 22 (No class Oct. 8) 60044 Session 2: O ctober 29-December 10 (No class Nov. 26) 60045 Location: Nettesheim Park Fee (per session): 1 & 2 - $ 52 resident / $62 non-resident Session 3 - $35 resident / $45 non-resident
Chair Yoga I Enjoy the benefits of yoga in a safe, gentle program. Increase flexibility, range of motion and core strength. The chair replaces the yoga mat and becomes an extension of your body, allowing you to take full advantage of yoga’s amazing fitness and health potential. Great for those with mobility challenges, inflexibility, or who just cannot practice on the floor. Enrollment: min. 6, max.12 Wednesdays 1:00-2:00 pm Session 1: September 2-October 7 (No class Sept. 30) 60046 Session 2: October 14-November11 60047 Session 3: November 18-December 16 60048 Thursdays 9:00-10:00 am Session 1: September 3-October 1 60049 Session 2: October 8-November 5 60050 Session 3: November 12-December 17 (No class Nov. 26) 60051 Fee (per session): $29 resident / $39 non-resident Location: Wagner Park
Tai Chi I 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. Are you a beginner? We encourage you to come to our “Try It” event on Friday, August 28. Meet the instructor, Mary, and see if Tai Chi is right for you! Please register for this event (see below). Enrollment: min. 4, max. 8
TRY IT FREE — Friday, August 28 12:45-1:45 pm 60071 Advanced Fridays 10:15-11:30 am Session 1: September 4-October 2 60052 Session 2: O ctober 9-November 6 60055 (Oct. 16 class held at Nettesheim Park) Session 3: November 13-December 18 (No class Nov. 27) 60058 Continuing Fridays 11:40-12:40 pm Session 1: September 4-October 2 60053 Session 2: O ctober 9-November 6 60056 (Oct. 16 class held at Nettesheim Park) Session 3: November 13-December 18 60059 (No class Nov. 27) Beginner Fridays 12:45-1:30 pm Session 1: September 4-October 2 60054 Session 2: O ctober 9-November 6 60057 (Oct. 16 class held at Nettesheim Park) Session 3: November 13-December 18 (No class Nov. 27) 60060 Location: South Park Fee (per session): Advanced and Continuing $32 resident / $42 non-resident Beginner $29 resident / $39 non-resident
Positively Fit I I 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 workout that is adaptable for all fitness levels. Class uses a variety of equipment including hand-held weights, flex balls and elastic tubing with handles. Chairs are also used for seated work and/or standing support. Enrollment: min. 7, max. 12 Mondays • Positively Fit 10:15-11:15 am Session 1: August 31-October 5 (No class Sept. 7) 60061 Session 2: October 12-November 9 60062 Session 3: November 16-December 14 60063 • Positively Fit Light 11:30 am-12:30 pm Session 1: August 31-October 5 (No class Sept. 7) 60064 Session 2: October 12-November 9 60065 Session 3: November 16-December 14 60066 Thursdays (All Levels) • Positively Fit 10:15-11:15am Session 1: September 3-October 1 60067 Session 2: October 8-November 5 60068 Session 3: November 12-December 17 (No class Nov. 26) 60069 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session): $24 resident / $34 non-resident
Hiking Club I I 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 prior to the program starting. Participants will be responsible for park entrance fees if applicable. Pre-registration is required. Transportation not included. Enrollment: min. 8, max. 16 Fridays, Sept. 11, 25, Oct. 9, 23 5:30 pm and Saturdays, Nov. 7, 21 10:00 am 60070 Fee: Free for resident / $10 non-resident
Map & Facilities
Fred Astaire Pewaukee 615 Ryan St. #200, Pewaukee, WI
Pewaukee Lake Elementary School 436 Lake St., Pewaukee, WI
Horizon School 458 Lake St., Pewaukee, WI
St. Bartholomew’s Church N27 W24000 Paul Ct., Pewaukee, WI
Menomonee Park W220 N7884 Town Line Rd., Menomonee Falls, WI
ICE RINK at
Kiwanis Village Park
This winter we will install a seasonal ice rink at Kiwanis Village Park. This project is the culmination of Sydney Gergen’s Girl Scout Gold Award Project that was completed in the summer of 2020. Currently, the hardware is being utilized as two Gaga Ball Pits, one at each, Kiwanis Village Park and South Park.
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
More details about the ice rink to come on facebook.com/pewaukeeparkandrecreation Thank you so much, Sydney!
City Parks Balmer Nettesheim Pewaukee Sports Complex South Springdale Wagner
Village Parks HJ Koepp Riverside Pkway Laimon Family Lakeside* Lakefront Liberty Opie Peffer Simmons Woods
Valley Forge Kiwanis Village
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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(*) L aimon Family Lakeside Park - daily launching on site for $7. Annual pass is only sold at the Parks and Recreation office for $50 for residents / $75 for non-residents. (262) 691-7275 (PARK)
3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER
Program Identification Code An ID CODE# can be found for each program (time/date) offering in the activity description. When registering... please be sure to use the ID CODE# matching the desired program you wish to participate in.
Fall registration begins 8:00 AM
Residents (Only): August 17 Non-residents: August 24 Registration received PRIOR to August 17 will be held and processed accordingly to above dates. Registration received AFTER these dates will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
To register online, visit... Pewaukee.activityreg.com or go to www.cityofpewaukee.us > Parks and Recreation > programs > register online — as a quick link.
Accepted forms of payment: credit/debit card only (VISA, MasterCard or Discover). Note: There is a $2 NON-REFUNDABLE fee to register online per transaction.
Complete the registration form below. (Feel free to copy form)
You are welcome to register in-person during regular office hours Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm starting on above noted registration dates.
Include payment and mail to: Pewaukee Parks & Recreation W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road • Pewaukee, WI 53072 • Identify class ID CODE as it is noted in the guide. • Accepted form of payment: Check only • Be sure to sign registration form. • Confirmation receipts will be e-mailed.
The office is located at City Hall, W240 N3065 Pewaukee Rd. Accepted forms of payment: cash, check, VISA, MasterCard or Discover.
• If a program is full, our office will notify you by phone.
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Check payable to: Pewaukee Parks & Recreation
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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 responsibility for injury to any participants in its recreation programs. I further understand the eligibility requirements for the program as stated in the Department activity guide.
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TOTAL FEES $__________ (*) T-Shirt Size (Only if applicable) Youth: XS 2-4 S 6-8 M 10-12 L 14-16 Adult: S M L XL XXL
Mail to: W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road, Pewaukee, WI, 53072
WINTER BUILDING RENTAL
Tribute Tree Program The Pewaukee Parks and Recreation Department offers a Tribute Tree Program for individuals interested in planting a tree in the park system in memory of a special person.
The Pewaukee Parks and Recreation Department invites you and your family to spend a day at one of the beautiful parks in the City or Village of Pewaukee. We strive to provide our residents with well maintained and safe grounds and buildings to use. The parks are open to the public and the buildings may be rented for many occasions such as weddings, family reunions, graduations, birthday parties, or just a friendly gathering. Prior to calling to book your event... please visit
If you would like to rent one of our facilities, please contact us via phone at 262-691-PARK (7275).
Pewaukee Parks > Rent A Park to review Park Rental Guidelines & Procedures information • Video Tours • Park Rental Fees • Rental guidelines and clean-up procedures
Please note that rentals for the following year will not be taken until the first business day of that year for residents and a week later for non-residents.
PARK RESIDENT Non-Resident Nettesheim $20/hr $40/hr South $20/hr $40/hr Wagner $30/hr $60/hr
BUSINESS RESIDENT Non-Resident Deposit $40/hr $160/hr $200 $40/hr $160/hr $200 $50/hr $180/hr $200
Please contact the Department at (262) 691-7275 for a brochure with donation information. The Department plants trees during the spring and fall season.
*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
LAIMON PARK CLOSURE
This fall (DNR grant pending) Laimon Park will be getting a facelift. We will be installing a new, wider boat launch and completely renovating the parking lot. We are hoping to start this project around August 31st and complete the project around October 15th. Please don’t mind our mess as we work to improve this park!
DEPARTMENT POLICY 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.
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.
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.
Department Sales Tax
Sales tax is included in all activities in the program fee in accordance with the Department of Revenue laws.
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.
Waiting Lists The Department will attempt to accommodate those on the waiting lists (adding classes if possible, etc.). If any openings become available, you will then be contacted.
Class Cancellations Due To Weather
For information on cancelled classes/trips due to inclement weather, participants will be contacted via email or text. You may also contact the Department with any weather related concerns.
Full refunds will not be issued unless a program is cancelled by the Parks and Recreation Department. Participants who request a refund not less than one 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 participant’s spot can be filled by an individual on the waitlist.
For promotional purposes—only an authorized Pewaukee Parks and Recreation staff member may take photos of participants in our activities/events. If you do not wish to have your photo taken, please notify the photographer and our office.
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.
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Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Department W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road Pewaukee, WI 53072
Parktoberfest Join our friends from The Beergo this fall for their Parktoberfest beer garden series at Kiwanis Village Park! The beer and friendly faces are back for this fun series!
Fridays and Saturdays, September 11—October 3 4:00-9:00 pm Follow The Beergo on Facebook for updates and other upcoming events!
Movie in Kiwanis Village Park This fun movie night is perfect for the whole family to enjoy. Pewaukee Parks & Recreation has partnered with The Beergo traveling beer garden to bring you Disney’s Tim Burton film, “Frankenweenie” about a special little dog named Sparky and his friend Victor. Bring your blankets and low profile chairs and enjoy the PG rated movie, “Frankenweenie”!
Friday, September 18 Movie Start Time: 7:00 pm (Beer Garden opens at 5:00 pm)
Kiwanis Village Park FREE Admission with donation to the Pewaukee Food Pantry
Celebrate the beginning of autumn with Pewaukee Parks & Recreation at beautiful Simmons Woods Park! Various activities for the whole family will be placed throughout the trails followed by cider and cookies on your way out.
October 24, 2020 12:00-1:30 pm For more information, check out positivelypewaukee.com
Fall Registration Begins... Residents: August 17 / 8:00 am Non-residents: August 24 / 8:00 am (See page 10 for registration information)
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Sunday, September 27 12:30-3:30 pm Simmons Woods Park FREE (no sign up required)
Sign up to reserve your family’s spot in our Scarecrow Contest! We will provide the frame and hay, and you bring the clothes and props from home. After building your scarecrow, it will be put on display while you enjoy fun activities and crafts along the Simmons Woods trails. Everyone who attends the Fall Frolic will get a chance to vote on their favorite scarecrows displayed on site! Voting will close at 3:00 pm. Prizes will be given for the top three scarecrows! (*) Scarecrow building is not necessary to attend the Fall Frolic, however we hope you consider this fun family social distanced event! Fee: $20 per frame 60075 Pre-registration is required to reserve your scarecrow (deadline 9/18).