PARKS & RECREATION Department Information The Parks & Recreation Department is a joint service of the City of Pewaukee and Village of Pewaukee with its office located at the Pewaukee City Hall.
Welcome back! We’re so excited to have summer 2021 here! Over the past year we have continued to offer many of our programs in a modified format. This summer we will have plenty of opportunities for you to participate with us – through day camp, pickleball, softball, youth sports, art classes, and anything else you’re looking for. Don’t feel like joining a program? Get out and enjoy our parks on your own or with your family in our new ‘Passport to Pewaukee Parks’ challenge found on the back cover. We hope you’re able to join us this summer. See you soon! Nick Phalin Director of Parks & Recreation
Office Information Pewaukee Parks & Recreation W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road Pewaukee, WI 53072 Monday-Friday
8:00 am-4:30 pm
Office Closures – May 31, July 5, September 6 Phone: 262-691-7275 (PARK) Fax: 262-691-6078 Registration Web: Pewaukee.ActivityReg.com Web: www.cityofpewaukee.us www.villageofpewaukee.com
Staff: NICK PHALIN, CPRP Parks & Recreation Director MONICA KASKEY, MSRA, CPRP Recreation Supervisor BARB TSORIS Administrative Assistant DAN NEUBAUER Parks Maintenance Supervisor
14-15 Map & Facilities | Off-Site Locations | Rentals | Tribute Tree | Friends of Parks | Bike Trails 16-17 Registration Information | Policies | Hiring | Thank You Pre-school
3 Adventure Camps | Cooking 4 First Sport Experience Sampler | Soccer | Tball | Baseball 5 Basketball | Ice Skating 7 Dance Camps 9 4th of July Bike Decorating
4 First Sport Experience Sampler | Soccer | Tball | Baseball 5 Basketball | Ninja Warrior Camp | Golf Lessons | Ice Skating | Tree Climbing 6 Art Camps | Kids Park Art Festival | Madhubani Painting | Henna Art | Mobile Pop Up Art | Chess Camp
PARKS STAFF: Brennan Berg , Tom Scott, Chris Stiyer
7 Cooking Camps | Summer’s End Fun Camp | MusicStart Camp® | Stage Stars | Dance Camps 8-9 Fishing | Sailing School | Water Ski 9 4th of July Bike Decorating
Adult / Senior
8-9 Pontoon Boat Tours | Water Ski | Sailing 10 Cooking Demo’s | Senior Love Boat Social | Knitting 11 Pickleball | Golf | Line Dancing 12-13 Fitness | Friday Night Hikers
9 Public Beach | WPRA Summer Discount Tickets | 4th of July 18 Community Calendar of Events 19 Pewaukee Public Library 20 Parks Passport Family Challenge | Movies in the Park
- 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
In This Issue
Pewaukee Parks & Recreation | Summer 2021
DON’T MISS OUT ON SOMETHING
Cooking with Moore
Me & My Grown Up Ages 3-6 years with Parent
At the Seashore
Community Calendar of Events (pg.18)
Pewaukee Public Library Summer Kick-Off Event Tuesday, June 15 10:00 am-1:00 pm (pg. 19)
Tiny Tot Adventure Camps
Ages 3-5 years Parents welcome to stay and play! Your preschooler will love our Tiny Tot camps! Each camp has a new, fun theme full of games, crafts, activities and memories.
Parks Passport Family Challenge Available June 1 (pg. 20)
Monday-Thursday Time: 9:45-10:30 am Location: Balmer Park Fee (per camp): $18 resident / $28 non-resident
From the mysteries of the ocean to the intrigues of the jungle, your child will get to know many wild creatures and places through stories, activities and interactive play. June 21-24 30000
4th of July
Parade & Fireworks (pg. 9)
It’s summertime and that means beach time! We will be making tasty, edible sand, crabby cupcakes, and a cool, refreshing blue ocean drink. Join us for a beachy good time! Monday, June 14 11:00-11:45 am
Teddy Bear Picnic
Bring your favorite furry friend! We will be making some ‘beary’ delicious treats for our Teddy Bear Picnic! Thursday, August 19 11:00-11:45 am
Location: South Park Fee (per option): $24 resident / $34 non-resident Note: Children will not be eating during class. Please bring enough containers to take home 3 recipe creations. Students may want to wear an apron/smock. Please indicate any food allergies at time of registration.
Movies in the Park
Fridays at dusk Aladdin — August 13 Toy Story 4 — August 27 Secret Life of Pets 2 — September 10
Dinosaurs ruled the earth for thousands of years, now your child will get to know these amazing creatures using imaginary play, stories, crafts and their own ‘Dino Dig.’ June 28-July 1 30001
The Super Dr. Seuss
What child doesn’t love the goofy, crazy fun of Dr. Seuss books? This week will be full of favorite stories and those not so well-known, great crafts, games and active fun – all of which your child will love! July 12-15 30002
Preschool • First Sport Experience (pg. 4)
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Summer Registration Begins... Resident: May 3 / 8:00 am Non-resident: May 10 / 8:00 am
• Dance For Fun Camps (pg. 7)
(See page 16 for registration information)
(262) 691-7275 (PARK)
First Sport introduces children to sports in a non-threatening way through play, exploration, drills, skills and games. Our programs provide the benefits of sports in an environment that is safe and positive for all children. If you are looking for an introductory sport experience for your child, you are in the right place!
First Sport Sampler
First Swing Tball
Inclusion: Regardless of a child’s background or level of skills, there is a place for them here! Our youth sports staff care about each child as a person and understand that learning a new sport or skills can be challenging! We take the time your child needs to feel welcome and included.
Fridays, June 18-July 30 (no class July 2) Ages/Times: 3-4 yrs 9:00-9:45 am 4-5 yrs 10:00-10:45 am
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Skill Development: We provide structured, progressive lesson planning for each age group in our program so that each child’s experience is valuable and consistent. We are committed to providing all kids with a strong, fundamental set of skills and strategies that will prepare them with the ability and confidence to pursue a sport competitively, or recreationally, as they choose!
PPR’s First Sport focuses on the following:
Family Balance: Every program we offer features reasonable time commitments that allow kids to be kids, explore other interests, make time for free play, and enjoy a well-rounded life. Our programs have reasonable financial commitments and a season length that allows a child to pursue other interests and other activities. Lifelong Enjoyment: We want your child’s youth sports experience to be so positive and so encouraging, that he/she will want to stay engaged in the sport/activity for life, regardless of whether they pursue it competitively or not. Our goal is to instill a love for sports and all the benefits they can bring!
Ages 3-5 years This program is designed to introduce your little aspiring athlete to a new sport or game each week. Using modified sports-related games, focus will be on basic athletic skills, socialization and fun!
Session 1: 3-4 yrs 4-5 yrs 5-6 yrs
June 15-July 8 9:00-9:45 am 10:00-10:45 am 11:00-11:45 am
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Fee (per option): $ 37 resident / $47 non-resident Sponsored by:
Session 2: 3-4 yrs 4-5 yrs 5-6 yrs
July 13-August 5 9:00-9:45 am 10:00-10:45 am 11:00-11:45 am
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First Goal Soccer
Location: Pewaukee Sports Complex Fee (per session) : $49 resident / $59 non-resident
Location: Pewaukee Sports Complex
Ages 3-6 years This program is the perfect introduction to soccer. Emphasis will be on learning the basic skills of soccer through fun games and drills. Shinguards are encouraged. Mondays & Wednesdays Session 1: J une 14-July 7 3-4 yrs 9:00-9:45 am 4-5 yrs 10:00-10:45 am 5-6 yrs 11:00-11:45 am
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Session 2: July 12-August 4 3-4 yrs 9:00-9:45 am 4-5 yrs 10:00-10:45 am 5-6 yrs 11:00-11:45 am
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Tuesdays & Thursdays Session 1: June 15-July 8 3-4 yrs 5:30-6:15 pm 5-6 yrs 6:30-7:15 pm Session 2: July 13-August 5 3-4 yrs 5:30-6:15 pm 5-6 yrs 6:30-7:15 pm
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Fee (per session): $ 49 resident / $59 non-resident Location: Pewaukee Sports Complex Sponsored by:
Ages 3-6 years This instructional program will teach children the fundamentals of throwing, catching, batting and defense through child appropriate drills and game situations. The program will include skills, drills and scrimmages. Participants should bring their own glove.
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First Sport Baseball
Ages 4-7 years Our First Sport Baseball program is designed as an introductory program where kids learn baseball basics in a fun and supportive environment. Children first start with two sessions of skill building through practice stations that start preparing them for game play. Each week after will include one day of instruction and skill development and one day of games. The final day will include an awards ceremony and ice cream treats! Participants should bring their own glove. Rubber cleats or tennis shoes with grip are recommended. Mondays & Wednesdays Session 1: June 14-July 7 Tball (Ages 4-5) 5:30-6:30 pm 30023 Coach Pitch (Ages 6-7) 6:35-7:35 pm 30024 Session 2: July 12-August 4 Tball (Ages 4-5) 5:30-6:30 pm 30025 Coach Pitch (Ages 6-7) 6:35-7:35 pm 30026 Location: Wagner Park Fee per session: $ 65 resident / $75 non-resident
Ninja Warrior Camp
Drills, Skills & Games Basketball Camp
Ages 8-12 years
Ages 4-11 years
Are you ready for some fun while learning the basic fundamentals of basketball? Hoopers will participate in different fundamental drills, skill challenges, team play, and fun games. We provide a non-competitive environment to develop and excite the kid’s vision of the game of basketball. Each camper will receive a t-shirt. Program run by Hooper Hands Basketball Academy. Register by: June 4 Tuesday-Friday Session 1: June 15-18 4-5 yrs 2:30-3:20 pm 6-8 yrs 3:35-4:25 pm 9-11 yrs 3:35-4:25 pm
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Session 2: July 13-16 4-5 yrs 2:30-3:20 pm 6-8 yrs 3:35-4:25 pm 9-11 yrs 3:35-4:25 pm
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You’ve seen American Ninja Warrior on television, now learn the skills it takes on real ninja obstacles! This fun camp will be led by an experienced personal trainer and will include exercise, strength and movement skills, balance, learning and fun! Obstacles similar to those on the show will challenge kids both physically and mentally. Friday’s class will feature the final competition and family and friends are invited to attend. Register by: June 18 Monday-Friday, July 19-23 10:00 am-12:00 pm 30035 Location: Kiwanis Village Park Fee: $81 resident / $91 non-resident
Location: Christ Lutheran Church Fee: $72 resident / $82 non-resident
Grades 3-8 Dream League is coming to Pewaukee! This unique player driven league is presented by the National Basketball Academy of Milwaukee. Players will be drafted onto teams and develop over the week. Teams will be assigned a General Manager to help with guidance, motivation and substitutions. Players will receive a schedule that includes: skills combine, scheduled games, and playoffs/championship. Players should bring a water bottle.
Group will be divided by age. Mondays Session 1: May 17-June 21 (no class May 31) 4-6 yrs 5:30-6:00 PM 30037 7-12 yrs 6:00-6:30 PM 30038 Session 2: June 28-July 26 4-6 yrs 5:30-6:00 PM 7-12 yrs 6:00-6:30 PM
Session 3: August 2-30 4-6 yrs 5:30-6:00 PM 7-12 yrs 6:00-6:30 PM
Ages 10-17 years
Recreational Tree Climbing
Join PGA golf pro Rob Elliott at the range to build your golf skills and knowledge. Participants will learn grip, stance and swing, driving, irons, chipping and putting. There will be drills and games to help make learning the sport easier. This class is designed with the beginner in mind.
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.
Wednesdays, June 2-30 6:30-7:30 pm
Location: Goetz Country View Driving Range Fee: $102 resident / $112 non-resident + range balls
Register by: July 30 Monday–Thursday, August 16-19 Rising Stars (grades 3-5) 10:00-11:30 am 30033 NBA (grades 6-8) 12:00-1:30 pm 30034 Location: K iwanis Village Park Basketball Courts Fee: $76 resident / $86 non-resident
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. Skate rental included in fee.
Location: Naga-waukee Ice Arena Fee (per session): $65 resident / $75 non-resident
Youth Golf Lessons Dream League Basketball
Learn to Ice Skate
Watch for our youth flag football program in our fall activity guide. Registration begins August 16.
Ages 7+ years
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. Session 1: W ednesday, May 12 4:30-6:30 pm
Session 2: T hursday, June 24 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Session 3: M onday, August 9 12:30-2:30 pm Location: Menomonee Park
Fee (per option): $ 42 resident / $52 non-resident (park entrance fee included) (262) 691-7275 (PARK)
Let Your Creativity Shine Artsy Kids Art Camps Ages 6+ years
Kids Park Art Festival
Wayyyy Out Art Camp
Monday-Thursday, July 12-15 1:00-2:30 pm 30046 Location: South Park Fee: $ 49 resident / $59 non-resident
Art Detectives Camp Explore artists from around the world, but no lectures in this class! Instead you will explore them all through treasure hunts, secret codes, puzzles and challenges! Monday-Thursday, July 26-29 1:00-2:30 pm 30047 Location: South Park Fee: $ 49 resident / $59 non-resident
Meet us at Koepp Park near Penny’s Bridge for this one-of-a-kind art experience.
The event will feature fun, hands-on art projects and activities. Stop by with the kids and stay as short or as long as you like. Activities run continuously during the two hour event.
Wednesday, July 7 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Rain Date: July 14, 1:00-3:00 pm) Koepp Park Admission is FREE!
Ages 7+ years Create a special picture frame/photo holder for a loved one or create it together! Madhubani painting is a Folk Art painting style of vibrant colored, detailed traditional Indian Art. Step by step instructions will be given. Art smock recommended. 30048 30049
Henna Art Workshop
Ages 9+ years Join us to learn the latest craze of Henna Tattoos. During this workshop you will learn how to hold a Henna cone, you will practice elementary designs on paper and progress to Henna design on your hands, arm or feet. The ink is made from quality Henna plants and contains no dye or chemicals and lasts from 1-3 weeks. All supplies are provided during class. Be aware that Henna may stain clothing. Thursday Session 1: June 17 30050 Session 2: July 1 30051 2:00-3:15 pm Location: Sussex Civic Center Fee (per session): $18 resident / $28 non-resident
Chess Scholars Camp Grades K-8
Mobile Pop Up Art
Join our Parks & Rec art staff for a fun project on these dates where we will just ‘Pop Up’ and do some art!
Summer Registration Begins... Residents: May 3 / 8:00 am Non-residents: May 10 / 8:00 am (See page 16 for registration information)
Picture Frame & Photo Holder
Session 1: T uesday, May 18 4:30-6:00 pm Session 2: T hursday, June 10 5:00-6:30 pm Location: Sussex Civic Center Fee (per session): $30 resident / $40 non-resident
Creating art expands a child’s ability to interact with the world around them, and provides a new set of skills for selfexpression and communication. Not only does art help to develop the right side of the brain, it also cultivates important skills that benefit a child’s development. Our fun and unique camps will supply all these benefits and more! Get creative in unusual ways with strange art objects and tools! This art camp is anything but typical, students will be taught various art techniques with items that are out of the norm! Creativity abounds when limits are non-existent!
Pewaukee Parks & Recreation | Summer 2021
All ages are welcome, no registration necessary! Friday, June 11 Thursday, July 1 12:30-1:30 pm Lakefront Park Pavilion
Develop your child’s intellect through the royal game of Chess! This daily camp is perfect for beginners as well as experienced players. Each day of camp will consist of a fun interactive teaching period, followed by guided practice time, allowing the students to play against one another while being coached by an experienced instructor. Children will have the opportunity to test for a Chess Belt using the unique Chess Scholars system, patterned after martial arts belts. The camp session will conclude with a non-elimination tournament, and prizes will be awarded to every participant. Monday-Friday, August 9-13 10:00-11:30 am 30052 South Park $99 resident / $109 non-resident
Cooking with Moore
Summer Cooking Camp Ages 7-13 years
Let’s cook up some summertime fun! We will have a different theme each day – At the Seashore, Around the Campfire, Going on a Picnic, and Take Me Out to the Ballgame! Kids will learn the basic fundamentals of becoming a good cook while preparing a fun and delicious meal, measuring, mixing and some old fashioned “tricks of the trade.” Monday-Thursday, July 19-22 2:00-4:00 pm 30053 Location: South Park Fee: $132 resident / $142 non-resident Note: Children will not be eating during class. Please bring enough containers to take home 3 recipe creations. Students may want to wear an apron/smock. Please indicate any food allergies at time of registration.
MusicStart® Camp Grades K-4
Summer’s End Fun Camp
Entering grades 1-6 in the fall Children will have the opportunity to take part in daily field trips, events and organized games, crafts and much more! Trips will be determined and listed in the program information at a later date based on the latest COVID-19 location occupancy restrictions. CAMP TIME: 7:30 am-5:30 pm • Monday, August 16
•T uesday, August 17
•W ednesday, August 18
• Thursday, August 19
Camp Location: Kiwanis Village Park Fee (per day): $40 resident / $50 non-resident
Learn to read music and play tunes! Brought to you by AES and the Music Path Company, this amazing program teaches young students the beginnings of music! MusicStart® is a keyboard-based music learning system that balances fun and development of skills. Using familiar songs, it teaches all the necessary basics to get started playing music. Our MusicStart educational keyboard is now available using your own device! No home keyboard needed! Children must bring their own Chromebook, ipad, or tablet to every class. Tuesday-Friday, July 6-9 10:00-11:30 am 30058 Location: St. Bartholomew’s Church Fee: $116 resident / $126 non-resident
Stage Stars Drama Theatre Camp
Grades K-6 Does your child have a ‘dramatic side?’ You might have a budding Stage Star in your family! Our drama camp introduces students to the craft of stage acting. During this exciting camp, students will learn theatrical skills, improve basics and participate in interactive drama games. This is an opportunity for students to have fun, express themselves, interact with others within the context of theatre arts and earn belts to demonstrate their learned skills! Monday-Friday, June 21-25 1:00-2:30 pm 30059 Location: St. Bartholomew’s Church Fee: $129 resident / $139 non-resident
Dance Camps Ages 4-9 years
Our dance camps are taught by Lori Heckel of Heckel Dance. Lori has been teaching dance for over 18 years and is a member of Dance Masters of Wisconsin. Attire: Ballet slippers or grippy socks, leotard or comfortable clothing and hair up.
‘Spirit Riding Free’ Ages 4-6 years Boys & girls, no need to bring a horse to this dance camp! We will be galloping and dancing to the classic movie soundtrack, Spirit. Kids will explore many dance concepts and forms and will also make crafts and costume pieces. A special performance will be held for families at the end of the last day of camp. Monday-Friday, June 14-18
Ages 6-9 years Here’s your chance, do your dance at the Space Jam! Guys and girls dance through Funk, Jazz and Hip Hop choreography, will also make crafts, and costume pieces to prepare for a special performance for families at the end of the last day of camp! Monday-Friday, July 5-9
Ages 4-6 years Find the songs of your heart and the grooves of your feet! Boys & girls find their rhythm in dance learning various jazz & tap ‘soft shoe’ skills and choreography to the soundtrack of Happy Feet. Dancers will also be creating themed crafts and costume pieces. A special performance for families will take place on the final day of camp during the last 10 minutes of class. Monday-Friday, August 23-27
4:00-5:00 pm Location: South Park Fee (per option): $60 resident / $70 non-resident
(262) 691-7275 (PARK)
Enjoy the Lake Badges ‘N Buddies Fishing Program Ages 7+ years
With help from volunteers and sponsors, the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department will organize days throughout the summer on Pewaukee Lake for kids to fish and learn about the preservation of our natural resources. Pontoon boats will leave the City’s Public Boat Launch on Woodland Drive for two hours of catch and release fishing. The boat will include 8 kids, two deputies and 2-3 volunteers. The bait, equipment and a shore lunch is included. If you register for the morning session, lunch will be after fishing at 11:00 am. If you register for the afternoon session, you will have lunch prior to fishing. Space is limited so register early! * E ach participant may only register for ONE day/time. Wednesdays Morning Afternoon 8:30-11:30 am* 10:45 am-1:45 pm* June 16 30063 30064 June 23 30065 30066 June 30 30067 30068 July 7 30069 30070 July 14 30071 30072 July 21 30073 30074 July 28 30075 30076 August 4 30077 30078 August 11 30079 30080 August 18 30081 (*) P lease arrive promptly at 8:30 am for the morning session and by 10:30 am for the afternoon session Location: City Public Boat Launch Fee (per option): FREE to residents / $10 non-resident
- Badges ‘N Buddies Family Picnic -
All participants and families are invited to join the Waukesha Co. Sheriff’s Dept for the family picnic August 18 at 11:30 am at the Pewaukee Sports Complex.
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Learn how to sail in just a few short weeks! Join the Pewaukee Lake Sailing School for their summer program featuring exciting class options for the whole family. More information and registration for sailing programs can be found at www.plss.org. LOCATION: Pewaukee Yacht Club, N22 W28204 Edgewater Drive
Monday-Thursday (2 week sessions) 9:00 am-12:00 pm OR 1:00-4:00 pm Session I : June 14-June 24 Session II: June 28-July 8 Session III: July 12-July 22 Session IV: July 26-August 5 $230/Session or $745 Full Summer The Beginner Optimist program is an introductory sailing class for children ages 7-12. During this class, your sailor will learn the basic skills needed to be a successful sailor—how to be safe and comfortable around the water, how to be properly prepared for sailing each day, how to rig, de-rig, and care for their boats and equipment, along with gaining a new set of on-the-water skills each day. Sailors do not need to own a boat to participate in this class.
Monday- Thursday (4 week sessions) 1:00-4:00 pm Session I: June 14-July 8 Session II: July 12-August 5 $440/session or $770 Full Summer The Teen Sailing class is designed for youth aged 12-18 who are interested in learning to sail in a fun, social environment. The Club 420 is a double-handed sailboat (2 people) which allows sailors to work closely with their teammate while on the water. This class teaches basic seamanship skills like personal safety, knot tying, and rigging the boat as well as introductory sailing skills like skippering and crewing as a team, reading the wind, and the points of sail. Boats are provided for this class and equipment use is included in the course fee.
Fridays ONLY 9 am-12 pm, June 18-August 6 $275 Kinderprams is an introductory program designed for children ages 5-6. Your sailor will learn to be safe and comfortable around the water, the importance of respecting their environment, how to work as a team, and the basics of sailing-- parts of the boat, rigging, reading the wind, steering, sail trim, and simple knot tying.
Tuesday & Thursday (2 weeks) July 13, 15, 20, & 22 5:30-7:30 pm $185 for all 4 class days. Adult Sailing classes offer adults, ages 19+, the opportunity to learn the sport of sailing in a safe, comfortable, and relaxed environment. Evening sessions are taught with two sailors per boat. Students learn basic seamanship skills like personal safety, knot tying, rigging the boat, and docking, along with introductory sailing skills like right-of-way rules, steering, sail trim, and reading the wind.
For more class and program information, please visit our website: www.plss.org. All registration is online at www.plss.org
Pontoon Boat Tours
Adults 18+ Join us as we embark on our 17th season of pontoon tours on Pewaukee Lake. Tours include a two-hour cruise filled with rich history and fascinating points of interest narrated by the boat driver. We also provide water and a cookie. Please dress appropriately for the elements of the lake. Alcohol is NOT permitted on the boat. Group registration is NOT available. All participants must have completed a registration form at time of registration. No more than 4 registrations per person. Tuesdays 10:00 am 12:30 pm June 22 40000 40001 July 13 40002 40003 August 10 40004 40005 September 7 40006 40007 Location: L aimon Family Lakeside Park 129 Park Avenue Fee: $18 resident / $28 non-resident
Learn To Water Ski Learn the fundamental skills of water skiing at Lakefront Park on Pewaukee Lake. All coaching and equipment provided by USA Water Ski Certified Instructors through the Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Club. For more information and to register, please visit firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday, June 26 Saturday, July 17
8:00-11:00 am 8:00 am-12:00 pm
Fee: $ 35 donation per skier includes insurance coverage * Parent or legal guardian required to be present for minors
PUBLIC BEACH Lakefront Park Beach Hours
The beach is open every day (weather permitting*) Monday-Sunday from 10 am-5 pm. Lifeguards are on duty starting May 29 through mid-August. The beach will no longer have lifeguards on duty after mid-August; however, the beach will remain open to use through Labor Day weekend at your own risk. (*) T he department may close the beach on other dates as deemed necessary. For updates on water quality visit www.cityofpewaukee.us > Pewaukee Parks > Public Beach
Summer Discount Tickets Purchase tickets for special attractions in Wisconsin at discounted prices. Tickets may be purchased at the Pewaukee Parks and Recreation office Monday through Friday from 8:00 am-4:30 pm. Ticket sales run from April 29-August 13. Cash or checks ONLY. No refunds for unused tickets. Tickets are good for the entire 2021 season.
DISCOUNT GATE PRICE PRICE
ATTRACTION Milwaukee County Zoo (adult) (child)
Six Flags Great America (any day) $50.25 Six Flags WPRA Week (June 26-July 4) $41.76
Red, White & Blue Celebration Fourth of July Activities
Celebrate the 4th of July right here in Pewaukee! All activities will commence on Sunday, July 4th!
Bicycle Decorating Contest In cooperation with the American Legion Post #71, Pewaukee will host its annual holiday decorating contest. Children are invited to decorate their bikes, trikes and wagons at home and bring them to Kiwanis Village Park in the morning for the 101st Annual Decorating Contest. Prizes will be given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each category and every participant will receive a treat. TIME: Check in at 9:45 am; judging at 10:00 am LOCATION: Kiwanis Village Park FEE: Please bring a non-perishable food item
We ask you to preregister to ensure we have enough treats for the kids. Register by June 18th.
4Th of July Parade Join us for the 12th annual 4th of July parade in downtown Pewaukee. The parade will start promptly at 3:00 pm and pass through the Lakefront ending at Kiwanis Village Park. Interested in participating in the parade? Contact Nick Phalin at email@example.com.
Ski Show & Fireworks 6:00 pm Dusk
Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Club Show Fireworks display over Pewaukee Lake!
Interested in donating to the Fireworks Fund? Please visit our website www.cityofpewaukee.us for a fundraising form.
(262) 691-7275 (PARK)
Always Something Happening Adults & Seniors
Cooking Demo Adults 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.
Cooking Freezer Meals by Cooking with Moore Adults 18+
Join Laura Moore for this helpful hands on class! Freezer meals provide a home cooked meal for those busy nights when you don’t feel like cooking. We will be making five freezer meals for you to take home: Orange Chicken, Beef and Broccoli Teriyaki, Lasagna Florentine, Chicken and Sweet Potatoes, and Taco Soup. Each freezer meal feeds a family of four. All ingredients and containers will be provided. Thursday, June 17 6:30-8:30 pm 40008 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $65 resident / $75 non-resident
Grilling with Global Flavors It’s summertime and everyone loves to get out and grill. One of the easiest items to cook is chicken; it’s healthy, inexpensive, quick, and takes almost any seasoning or marinade you can prepare. Tonight I am going to feature chicken 3-ways with globally inspired flavors. Any of these recipes are great for quick dinners but are also wellsuited for entertaining. And, we’ll also prepare a flavorful, healthy appetizer that can be served with any of the three chicken dishes. You’ll sample… • Levantine Grilled Baba Ganoush (eggplant hummus) with Naan Chips • Thai Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce • Middle Eastern Chicken Shawarma (one of the world’s most popular streets foods) with Tzatziki Sauce • Indian Tandoori Chicken with Raita Sauce Tuesday, August 17 6:00-8:30 pm 40010 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $25 resident / $35 non-resident
Senior Love Boat Social All aboard the Pewaukee Princess! Our crew is preparing to provide a fun evening of food, friends and entertainment! Activities include Love Boat TV show trivia, fancy mocktails, and raffle/door prizes. Participants should bring a dish to pass to feed 8-10 people. Event will be inside and outside weather permitting! Get into the theme and put on your captains cap, or love themed outfits, and share your open smile on a friendly shore! Friday, August 20 5:00-7:00 pm 40009 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $5 resident / $10 non-resident Please bring a dish to pass to serve 8-10 people Sponsored by:
Adults 18+ All talent levels are welcome. Learn about the different qualities of yarn, knitting needles, and how to read a pattern. Each person will choose a personal project to work on during class and will receive help as needed. You will also be taught some useful knitting tricks! Supplies provided for beginners! Tuesdays 9:30-11:30 am Session 1: June 1-July 6 40011 Session 2: July 20-Aug 24 40012 Thursdays 9:30-11:30 am Session 1: June 3-July 8 40013 Session 2: July 22-Aug 26 40014 Location: Menomonee Falls Community Center, Room 102A Fee: $42 resident / $52 non-resident
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Adults 18+ It’s the fastest growing sport in America! This program is perfect for seniors and all ages who would like to have fun in a social atmosphere and get a little exercise in too. A blend of tennis and ping pong, Pickleball is played on a modified (smaller) tennis court.
•C ourts will be designated for play levels to suit beginners and experienced players.
•A ll equipment is provided, or you may bring your own paddles if you choose. • You will be asked to choose a preferred day at time of registration. We will NOT play in rain or on wet courts. May 24-October 1 (No program May 31) Mondays 5:00-7:00 pm Tuesdays 9:00-11:00 am Wednesdays 5:00-7:00 pm Fridays 9:00-11:00 am Location: Wagner Park
Fee: 1 day per week: 40015 $38 resident / $48 non-resident 2 days per week: 40016 $57 resident / $67 non-resident Unlimited play: 40017 $76 resident / $86 non-resident
Join PGA golf pro Rob Elliott at the range to build your golf skills and knowledge. Participants will learn grip, stance and swing, driving, irons, chipping and putting. There will be drills and games to help make learning the sport easier. This class is designed with the beginner in mind. Wednesdays, June 2-30 5:30-6:30 pm 40022 Location: Goetz Country View Driving Range Fee: $102 resident / $112 non-resident + range balls
Adults 18+ Our Pickleball Clinics are led by Dale Boschke, an experienced Pickleball player and clinician with a USAPAPickleball rating of +3.5.
Head-Start Workshop Heard about the game but don’t know where to start? Could use a few pointers before you begin play this summer? These novice player clinics are for you! Sign up for an easy-tounderstand clinic taught by friendly, experienced players. Participants will learn the basics of the game including rules, scoring and how to use the equipment. Session 1: Friday, May 14 10:00 am-12:00 pm 40018 Session 2: Wednesday, May 19 5:00-7:00 pm 40019 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per clinic) : $15 resident / $25 non-resident
Pickleball Drills-N-Skills Looking for ways to improve your Pickleball game and playing strategy? This workshop will assist you in developing various aspects of your game by focusing on specific shots, positioning and partner awareness. The session will include serving techniques, placement of serves, lob shots, dinking, groundstrokes (forehand & backhand) and differing ball speeds. Included will be rule interpretation as requested, and typically misinterpreted rules. This will be a fun workshop offered by experienced players. Material is the same for both sessions. Thursday, June 17 5:00-7:00 pm
Thursday, June 24 5:00-7:00 pm 40021 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per option): $15 resident / $25 non-resident
Line Dancing Adults 18+
Come and join us for this FUN exercise! Practice your Cha Cha, Waltz and Charleston moves with a variety of music. Men and women are welcome and there is no partner needed. No proper line dance experience is necessary for the beginner portion of this class. However, you must know the basic steps to participate at the intermediate level. The program runs year round – register for Summer 2021 with the code below. Wednesdays, starting June 2 Beginner: 11:30 am-12:30 pm 40023 Intermediate: 12:30-1:30 pm 40024 Location: Hartland Community Center Fee: FREE! (262) 691-7275 (PARK)
Gentle Yoga I I
Yoga On The Beach II
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 those who prefer a lighter yoga practice. Bring your own yoga mat.
Join us for blissful beach yoga on Pewaukee Beach. Enjoy the sounds of the water and the warmth of the sun while practicing yoga. No experience is necessary and all skill levels welcome. Yoga will include meditation, asanas (poses) and pranayama (breathing).
Instructor: Cindy Stark Tuesdays 4:30-5:30 pm
Adults & Seniors
Session 1: May 11-June 15 40025 Session 2: J une 22-August 3 40026 (No class July 6) Session 3: August 10-Sept 14 40027 Location: St. Bartholomew’s Church Fee: $52 resident / $62 non-resident
Jazzercise is a calorie-torching, hip-swiveling, Shakira’d-be-proud dance party workout to put your abs to the test with a hot playlist to distract you from the burn. Our classes-Strike Fusion, Interval, Core, Strength, and Dance Mixx, will leave you breathless, toned and coming back for more!
• B efore you start any exercise program, you should consult with your physician, especially if you are over 35 years of age, are taking any form of medication, have not exercised regularly, or if you have had any symptoms of heart disease or other serious illness that might affect your ability to exercise.
• Participants may want to bring a water bottle and a towel to class.
Programs with this icon have a virtual option available. Contact Monica at Kaskey@Pewaukee.wi.us for more information
Schedule: Horizon School 5:45 pm M/T/W/TH
Vinyasa Yoga II 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 used. Some yoga experience is helpful but not required. Bring your own yoga mat. Instructor: Cindy Stark
Be Stronger Than Your Excuse Fitness Activity Level
Tuesdays 5:45-6:45 pm Session 1: May 11-June 15 40028 Session 2: June 22-August 3 40029 (No class July 6) Session 3: August 10-September 14 40030 Location: St. Bartholomew’s Church Fee: $52 resident / $62 non-resident
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Tai Chi will not be offered
during the summer. Check our Fall Activity Guide for future classes!
Tuesdays 8:30-9:30 am 40031 June 8-August 17 (no class July 6) Location: East Side of Pewaukee Beach Fee: $90 resident / $100 non-resident
Jazzercise I I I I
• Participants should wear proper attire: good aerobic shoes and clothing that permits movement.
Bring a large towel, yoga mat, and water. In case of rain, students will be contacted via email with further instructions. Instructor: Cindy Stark
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Fred Astaire Dance Studio 8:15 am Sat/Sun 8:30 am M/T/W/TH/F 6:00 am Express T/TH Fee: $99 unlimited classes for 3 months – no joining fee! (New customers only or those that have not attended in 6 months or longer). Register in class or call: 262-370-1821 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Credit cards accepted.
Zumba I I I I 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. Live and online clases available. Register on-site only. 8 week session - Mondays or Thursdays $40 per session or both sessions for $70 Drop-ins $8 per class Monday 6:15-7:15 pm Thursday 6:15-7:15 pm Location: St. Bartholemew Episcopal Church For more information and session dates contact Jane Schmidt at (414) 759-0477 or email email@example.com.
Chair Yoga I
Our Senior Fitness programs provide much more than just a great workout! You get to meet new people, build relationships, make memories and be a part of something important! We are now offering Forever Fit VIP option once per season. You can choose to register for classes as a VIP by simply signing up for all 3 sessions of your particular class during the season. Not only do you get a price reduction by registering for all 3 sessions, you will also receive VIP perks and a free gift! All you need to do is register using the VIP Package codes below. REGISTER NOW! The VIP package offer expires May 14th! Note: One gift per person, VIP program is nonrefundable. VIP PACKAGE EXPIRES MAY 14th!
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 weights, flex balls, and elastic bands. Chairs may be used for seated work or standing support as needed. Mondays 10:15-11:15 am Session 1: May 24-June 28 40032 (no class May 31) Session 2: July 5-August 2 40033 Fee (per 5 wk session): $27 resident / $37non-resident Session 3: August 9-30 40034 Fee (4 wk session): $22 resident / $32 non-resident
VIP Program 40035 $72 resident / $82 non-resident
Thursdays 10:15-11:15 am Session 1: May 27-June 24 40036 Session 2: July 1-July 29 40037 Fee (per 5 wk session): $27 resident / $37 non-resident Session 3: August 5-26 40038 Fee (4 wk session): $22 resident / $32 non-resident VIP Program 40039 $72 resident / $82 non-resident Location: Gethsemane Church
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.
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! Mondays 9:00-10:00 am Session 1: M ay 24-June 28 40040 (no class May 31) Session 2: July 5-August 2 40041 Fee (per 5 wk session): $ 27 resident / $37 non-resident Session 3: August 9-30 40042 Fee (4 wk session): $22 resident / $32 non-resident
VIP Program 40043 $72 resident / $82 non-resident
Location: Gethsemane Church
Zumba Toning I I
(In-person/Virtual) This class is tailored to adults who want to focus on muscle conditioning and light weight activity. Using Zumba Toning sticks, Jenny will guide you through exercises that blend cardio and strength while keeping the class accessible to your own capabilities. Don’t worry, Zumba Toning is still as funky-fun as the Zumba classes you love!
Thursdays 9:00-10:00 am Session 1: May 27-June 24 40048 Session 2: July 1-29 40049 Fee (per 5 wk session): $27 resident / $37 non-resident Session 3: August 5-26 40050 Fee (4 wk session): $22 resident / $32 non-resident VIP Program 40051 $72 resident / $82 non-resident Location: Gethsemane Church
Friday Night Hikers with Trish I I This hiking group 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 advance via email. Carpooling is encouraged. Participants will be responsible for park entrance fees if applicable. Pre-registration is required. Transportation not included. Fridays 40052 June 4, 18 / July 2, 16, 30 / August 13, 27 Meet at 5:30 pm Fee: $5 resident / $15 non-resident
Wednesdays 9:00-10:00 am Session 1: May 26-June 23 40044 Session 2: June 30-July 28 40045 Fee (per 5 wk session): $27 resident / $37 non-resident Session 3: August 4-25 40046 Fee (4 wk session): $22 resident / $32 non-resident VIP Program 40047 $72 Resident / $82 non-resident Location: Gethsemane Church (262) 691-7275 (PARK)
Park System Map & Facilities
Summer 2021 Activity Guide
Christ Lutheran Church W240 N3103 Pewaukee Rd. Pewaukee City Public Boat Launch N27 W27250 Woodland Dr. Pewaukee
Menomonee Park W220 N7884 Town Line Rd. Menomonee Falls
Fred Astaire Pewaukee 615 Ryan Rd. Pewaukee
Naga-Waukee Ice Arena 2699 Golf Rd. Delafield
Gethsemane Church 642 Main St. Pewaukee
Pewaukee Yacht Club N12 W26506 Golf Rd. Pewaukee
Goetz Country View Driving Range N55 W27361 Highway K. Sussex
St. Bartholomew’s Church N27 W24000 Paul Ct. Pewaukee
Hartland Community Center 210 Cottonwood Ave. Hartland
Balmer Nettesheim Pewaukee Sports Complex South Springdale Wagner
Village Parks HJ Koepp Riverside Pkway Laimon Family Lakeside* Lakefront Liberty Opie Peffer Simmons Woods
Sussex Civic Center N64 W23760 Main St. Sussex
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
Valley Forge Kiwanis Village
Menomonee Falls Community Center W152 N8645 Margaret Rd. Menomonee Falls
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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Rental Information 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.
BUILDING RESERVATION RENTAL PEAK DAYS
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 Non-Resident Balmer $50/day $100/day Kiwanis Village $50/day $100/day Nettesheim $25/hr $50/hr South $25/hr $50/hr Wagner $40/hr $80/hr
BUSINESS RESIDENT Non-Resident Deposit $85/day $430/day $200 $85/day $430/day $100 $40/hr $160/hr $200 $40/hr $160/hr $200 $50/hr $180/hr $200
*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 BUSINESS RESIDENT Non-Resident RESIDENT Non- Resident Deposit 50 People $50 $150 $100 $400 $100 100 People $70 $210 $140 $600 $100 200 People $125 $375 $250 $1,000 $200
The following are regulated by ordinance: • No pets • No alcoholic beverages without permit • No hunting and/or use of firearms • No loud music or loud radios • No littering • No motorized vehicles outside of parking lot area or roadways • No overnight parking • No special lighting without permit • No open fires • No feeding of waterfowl • No glass containers • No hitting of golf balls Exclusive use of the athletic fields and picnic areas or building must be obtained from the Park Director at 691-PARK (691-7275). Please report vandalism immediately to City Police Department 691-0921 OR Village Police Department 691-5678.
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General Park Rules Parks are open daily from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. Park bathrooms will be opened by 9:00 am.
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. Please contact the Department at (262) 691-7275 for a brochure with donation information. The Department plants trees during the spring and fall season.
Do you love your Pewaukee Parks? Want to be involved in making them better? Contact the Friends of the Parks of Pewaukee to find out how you can get involved FriendsOfPewaukeeParks@gmail.com
Bike Trails Visit
www.cityofpewaukee.us Pewaukee Parks > Bike Trails for a map of Waukesha County Trails (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.
Summer registration begins 8:00 AM Residents: Monday, May 3 | Non-residents: Monday, May 10 Registration received PRIOR to May 3 will be held and processed accordingly to above dates. Registration received AFTER these dates will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration process subject to change. Please check Facebook/website for more information.
To register online, visit... Pewaukee.ActivityReg.com or go to www.cityofpewaukee.us > Parks and Recreation > programs > register online — as a quick link.
Complete the registration form below. (Feel free to copy form)
Include payment and mail to: Pewaukee Parks & Recreation W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road • Pewaukee, WI 53072
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.
• 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.
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. 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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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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Mail to: W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road, Pewaukee, WI, 53072
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.
Participants who request a refund not less than one week prior to the first day of the program will receive a full 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.
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.
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.
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.
Open Positions The Pewaukee Parks and Recreation Department is a great place to work! With competitive wages and flexible schedules, we are always looking for special people to join our staff. Now hiring for Summer 2021: • Grounds Maintenance • Sports • Summer Day Camp
Check It Out...
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.
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www.cityofpewaukee.us > Get Involved for employment opportunities and employment application.
Thank You To Our Sponsors
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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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 Sales Tax
Class Cancellations Due To Weather
Hiring Friendly, Energetic Staff
Sales tax is included in all activities in the program fee in accordance with the Department of Revenue laws.
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R egistration Deadline
Programs with this icon have a virtual option available.
Thank You To Our Partners
Contact Monica at Kaskey@Pewaukee.wi.us for more information
FOR YOUR SAFETY...
Pewaukee Parks & Recreation will continue to follow the Covid-19 guidelines set forth by the State. If you have any questions prior to participating, please check our website or call our office. (262) 691-7275 (PARK)
AROUND TOWN Pewaukee is fortunate to host a LOT of awesome community events in the summer! The City/Village of Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Department does not directly plan or administer the following programs/activities. Please contact the respective activity providers noted for further information.
Kiwanis River Run
Paddle the Pewaukee River for the 47th Annual Kiwanis River Run. Saturday, May 8 8:15 am-12:00 noon Starts at Koepp Park in Pewaukee and ends at Frame Park in Waukesha www.pewaukeekiwanis.org/riverrun
Summer Beer Garden with “The Beergo”
Wednesdays, May 12-October 13 3:00-7:00 pm Christ Lutheran Church (W240 N3103 Pewaukee Road)
The farmers’ market will feature food, live entertainment, children’s activities, dozens of unique vendors, and of course, the freshest produce our local farmers have to offer! Free on-site parking. Bring your smile, reusable shopping bags, and enjoy the farmers’ market.
- Farmer’s Market Events Join Pewaukee Parks & Recreation at the Pewaukee/Lake Country Farmer’s Market on these dates for fun activities for all ages! Wednesdays •M ay 19 4:30-6:00 pm Do a craft and take home a treat • J une 23 5:30-6:00 pm Family yoga demonstration • J uly 21 4:30-6:00 pm Carnival games and prizes •A ugust 18 4:30-6:00 pm Do a craft and take home a treat Summer Reading @ the Pewaukee Public library found on page 19
Enjoy craft beer, food trucks and entertainment at your local park! The Beergo has expanded their schedule to include every Friday and Saturday, May 28-October 30 at various Pewaukee Parks. Check out their schedule online at thebeergo.com. 5:00-9:00 pm
Memorial Day Parade & Festival
Pewaukee’s Memorial Day celebration will begin at 10:00 am on Monday, May 31 led by the American Legion Post 71. The parade will go from Forest Home Cemetery to West Wisconsin Avenue through the downtown to Capitol Drive. www.pewaukeelegion.org
Water Ski Shows with the Pewaukee Lake Waterski Club
Family friendly entertainment at Pewaukee Lakefront Park! The Beergo will be at every Thursday show. Thursday evenings 6:45 pm from Memorial Day May 31-September 6 www.plwsc.org
Community Cookout & Cars
Celebrating All Kinds of Grills! By Positively Pewaukee Family friendly cookout, live music by Burgundy Ties starting at 6:00 pm and classic car show at Kiwanis Village Park. Friday, June 4 5:00-8:00 pm www.positivelypewaukee.org
Waterfront Wednesdays at Lakefront Park
Brought to you by Positively Pewaukee, Pewaukee’s concert in the park series continues in 2021! Wednesdays, June 9-August 11 6:00-8:30 pm. Band list and information can be found at www.positivelypewaukee.org
SUMME R 2021
Pewaukee Historical Society’s Show Us Your Collection Sunday, June 13, 12:00-4:00 pm www.pewaukeehistory.org
Beach Party & Lake Country Clean Water Festival
Enjoy music, fun and food at this annual event hosted by the Pewaukee Kiwanis and the Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Club. Friday-Saturday, June 25-26 on Pewaukee Beach. For times and more information go to: www.pewaukeekiwanis.org/beach-party
Kid’s Art Festival
Hosted by Pewaukee Parks & Recreation, July 7 (rain date July 14, 1-3 pm) Koepp Park 10:00 am-Noon, www.cityofpewaukee.us
Annual 4th of July Parade & Fireworks (Vist page 9 for details) Ice Cream Social at the Pewaukee Historical Society July 11 12:00-4:00 pm www.pewaukeehistory.org
Lake Country Art & Garden Tour
By the Pewaukee Area Arts Council July 19-25, a week-long event filled with artistic experiences for both families and adults. www.pewaukeearts.org
Taste of Lake Country
by Positively Pewaukee Pewaukee’s beachfront is alive with dozens of food and beverage vendors, live music and featured events. Friday-Saturday, July 30-31 For times, entertainment and menus go to: www.tasteoflakecountry.com
Movies In The Park
August 13, 27 & September 10 (Visit page 20 for more information)
Senior Love Boat Social
Hosted by Pewaukee Parks & Recreation, Friday, August 20 5:00-7:00 pm, Wagner Park, Register: pewaukee.activityreg.com
PUBLIC LIBRARY Library Hours
Monday-Thursday 9:00 am-8:00 pm Friday 9:00 am-5:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am–1:00 pm
n Take It, Make It Activity Kits
Pick up a fun activity kit your family can do together! Share your results with the library online and be entered into a special prize drawing. n Family Fun Nights
Mondays @ 6:30 pm Outside performances from professional performers! Performers include naturalist David Stokes, magician Magic Morgan, musician David Landau and more. n Stories in the Park
Tuesdays @ 9:30 am Ms. Jenny will be visiting our beautiful Pewaukee parks for an engaging, skillbuilding, and participatory story time!
Summer Reading @ the Library Tails and Tales Reading Challenge for Children and Teens & Browse Borrow Bloom for Adults
June 14-August 14
There’s something for everyone this summer at the Library! The reading program will be back, giving everyone a chance to log the books they’ve read and a chance to win prizes.
Summer Kick-Off Event Tuesday, June 15 10:00 am-1:00 pm
Join us at the Library for our outdoor Summer Kick-Off Event! Get information on how to register for reading challenges using Beanstack and other fun.
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Tuesdays @ 1:00 pm Join Ms. JoLynne for summer book club fun. Team Turtle for kids entering grades 1 & 2, Team Toucan for grades 3 & 4, and Team Tiger for grades 5 & 6. n Fun-Tastic Fridays
Fridays, 11:00 am-1:00 pm Drop in for some great outdoor fun at the Library. Activities will include outdoor art projects, games, and much more.
Activities are for teens and tweens who will be entering grades 6-12 in the fall. Advance registration is required for all teen events. n Grab & Go Kits
Get creative at home. Pick up a kit from the Library that contains most/all of the supplies you will need to complete the project. Ms. Sandy will also post an instructional video on the Library’s Facebook page to show everyone how these projects are done. Projects include: • DIY Microwave Popcorn • Tiny Terrariums • Cactus Rocks n Mad Libs via Zoom
Grab a snack and gather around to create some silly stories. The wackier, the better! n Drawing Basics Class via Zoom
Artist Dan Laib (aka Dan Gogh) will teach us how to draw like a pro. In this workshop you’ll learn how to look for the basic shapes in a more complex object, which will make drawing that object much easier. n Outdoor Yoga
Whether you already love yoga or want to try it for the first time, this class is for you. Learn useful techniques for building a strong and flexible mind and body, as well as skills that can help with meditation and mindfulness.
n Outdoor Bingo
Play bingo in the Library Parking lot, win prizes, have fun! n Pewalkers Walking Club
Get your steps in as we walk around Pewaukee. n Make a Terrarium
We provide the supplies! Create a garden in a container with our hands-on terrarium making program. n Geocaching 101
All events sponsored by the Pewaukee Public Library are FREE. Some events will require registration.
Learn the basics of geocaching, a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game. There are millions of geocaches hidden around the world... and many right here in Pewaukee!
Visit pewaukeelibrary.org for more information. Pewaukee Library
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Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Department W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road Pewaukee, WI 53072
PASSPORT TO PEWAUKEE PARKS Family Challenge
Begin your Summer 2021 journey by picking up your own Passport from the Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Department (or download from our website www.cityofpewaukee.us). Passports will be available starting June 1. Your Passport will include quizzical questions about each of Pewaukee’s 15 local parks and it’s your goal to complete all the questions by visiting each park to find the answers! All participants submitting a completed passport by August 13th will receive a free scoop to Bubba’s and be entered into a drawing for numerousprizes including a $50, $25 or $10 Bubba’s gift card. Take photos by each park sign and post to the Passport to Pewaukee Parks event page on the Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Facebook page to earn extra entries! Sponsored by:
OPEN AIR CINEMA
MOVIES in the
PARK Bring a chair or pack a blanket and come to the park for an evening movie! This FREE outdoor movie series brings a fun, safe, family event to a park near you! • Movies will start at dusk. • Movies run in conjunction with The Beergo traveling Beer Garden. • Food truck and concessions available. Support your local Pewaukee Food Pantry and bring canned goods to the park on movie nights!
Friday, August 13 @ Wagner Park Sponsored by:
Toy Story 4
Friday, August 27 @ Kiwanis Village Park Sponsored by:
Secret Life of Pets 2 Friday, September 10 @ Kiwanis Village Park
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Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Summer 2021 Activity Guide