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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.

Office Information

We’ve Got 2021 Covered! Welcome everyone, to the winter-spring 2021 Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Activity Guide! We have continued to offer the majority of our programs with modifications, with our customers in mind. We have taken many safety precautions as we take the health and well-being of our participants very seriously. Be sure to browse our entire activity guide as we have a series of new offerings to welcome you. We look forward to serving you, and having you in our programs and at our parks! Nick Phalin Director of Parks & Recreation

Pewaukee Parks & Recreation W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road Pewaukee, WI 53072 Monday-Friday

8:00 am-4:30 pm

- Pewaukee Joint Parks & Recreation Board -

Registration Web: Pewaukee.ActivityReg.com

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

Web: www.cityofpewaukee.us www.villageofpewaukeewi.us

City Council Liaison Alderman Brian Dziwulski

Staff:

Village Board Liaison Trustee Bob Rohde

Office Closures – November 26, 27, December 24, 25, 31 @ Noon, January 1, April 2 @ Noon, May 31 Phone: 262-691-7275 (PARK) Fax: 262-691-6078

City Administrator Scott Klein Village Administrator Scott Gosse

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Kids Zone (Preschool & Youth)

NICK PHALIN, CPRP Parks & Recreation Director MONICA KASKEY, MSRA, CPRP Recreation Supervisor BARB TSORIS Administrative Assistant DAN NEUBAUER Parks Maintenance Supervisor PARKS STAFF: Tom Scott, Jake Wedin

Professional Affiliations

4-5 Learn & Play | Storytime | Messy Madness | Little Cookies | Wacky Wednesdays | Dance | Stage Stars | Kids Cuisine | KidVentures | Chess | Badges & Buddies | Ice Skating | MusicStart® | Fishing 6

Youth Summer Camps

General Information

3 Department Policies | Get Involed 12 Map & Facilities | Off-Site Locations 13 Building & Picnic Rentals | Bike Trails | Outdoor Ice Rink | Tribute Tree Program 14  Registration Information & Form

7 Art Offerings

Adult / Senior

7-9 Painting & Drawing | Knock Knock | Coffee Cakes & Conversation Harmonica | Tech Savvy | Cooking Demo’s | Snowshoeing | Hiking Club | Pickleball Info

10-11 Zumba | Positively Fit | Jazzercise | Yoga | Tai Chi | Brains & Balance

Special Events

15 Best in “Snow” Contest | Easter Egg Hunt | NEW Mud Olympics 16 Softball Teams | Children’s Book Swap

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DEPARTMENT POLICIES 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.

Registration Exceptions

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.

Refund Policy

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.

Programs are designed according to age and/or instructor/ student ratios or level that will best benefit the student.

Credits On Account

Please DO NOT ask us to exceed class limits or put your child in the wrong age or skill level.

Photo Release

Department Sales Tax

Sales tax is included in all activities in the program fee in accordance with the Department of Revenue laws.

Hospital/Medical Insurance

The Department does not provide hospital/ medical insurance coverage for people participating in sponsored activities. Participants are encouraged to obtain their own insurance coverage prior to and for the duration of the activity they take part in.

All credits on account will expire within two years of initial credit posting date.

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.

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.

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 pewaukeejuniors@gmail.com

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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

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. Hiring in spring 2021: • Lifeguards • Grounds Maintenance • Sports • Summer Day Camp Check It Out...

www.cityofpewaukee.us > Get Involved for employment opportunities and employment application. Available positions will be posted in March.

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.

Programs with this icon have a virtual option available. Contact Monica at Kaskey@Pewaukee.wi.us for more information

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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! Classes instructed by Lori Heckel of Heckel Dance. Tuesdays, January 19-March 16 (No class February 16)

Fun With Dance

Learn & Play

Little Cookies

Learn & Play is a fun morning of activities for toddlers and their caregivers. Activities include art stations, sensory play, imaginary play and many other hands-on learning activities.

It’s snack attack time! This class will be full of munchy fun as kids hear a fun story and make a snack and craft about the book! Note: We may use items that contain nuts, dairy & gluten. Ms. Linda will also provide a fun recipe each day to send home with your family!

Ages 1.5-2.5 years with Parent

Join Ms. Linda for this great mom & tot class! Activities rotate each session. Tuesdays 9:00-9:35 am Session 1: January 12-February 9 10001 Session 2: February 23-March 23 10002 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $26 resident / $36 non-resident

Ages 3-5 years

Tuesdays 10:00-10:45 am February 23-March 23 10005 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $34 resident / $44 non-resident

Preschool Storytime Ages 3-5 years with Parent

Each week join Ms. Linda for a special book with themed activities for children and their adults to enjoy! Tuesdays 10:00-10:45 am 10003 April 13: “Dragons Love Tacos” April 20: “The Tickly Octopus” April 27: “How to Catch a Unicorn” May 4: “I Don’t Like to Eat Ants” May 11: “Dinosaurs Love Underpants” Location: Wagner Park Fee: $34 resident / $44 non-resident

Messy Madness Ages 3-5 years

This class will delight your preschooler and allow him/her to get messy, without the worry of clean-up! Ms. Linda will lead the group in messy arts, crafts, food, games and imaginary play. Kids should wear play clothes that can get dirty! Tuesdays 10:00-10:45 am January 12-February 9 10004 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $34 resident / $44 non-resident

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Ages 3-4 years 4:30-5:00 pm 10008 Fee: $88 resident / $98 non-resident

Dance Mix

Ages 5-7 years 5:05-5:50 pm 10009 Fee: $96 resident / $106 non-resident Location: Wagner Park

Stage Stars Grades K-4

Does your child have a “dramatic side?” You might have a budding Stage Star in your family! These drama classes brought to you by AES, introduce students to the craft of stage acting with a skilled theater instructor. During this exciting class, students will learn theatrical skills, improve basics, and participate in interactive drama games. This program provides opportunities for students to have fun, express themselves, gain confidence, and interact with others, all within the context of theatre arts.

Wacky

Saturdays 10:00-11:00 am January 9-February 27 10010 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $140 resident / $150 non-resident

Wacky what? Every week we will do new fun themed activities that might seem just a little bit ‘wacky!’ Arts, crafts, cooking, giggling and getting a little ‘wacky’ will make this class as fun as it sounds!

Kids Cuisine

Wednesdays

Ages 3-5 years

Wednesdays 5:00-5:45 pm 10006 February 10-March 17 (no class Feb 24) Location: Wagner Park Fee: $34 resident / $44 non-resident

Ages 6-10 years

Wednesdays 6:00-7:00 pm 10007 February 10-March 17 (no class Feb 24) Location: Wagner Park Fee: $39 resident / $49 non-resident

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Ages 6-10 years

Future chefs will be introduced to kitchen basics and safety. Each week will feature an appetizer or main dish and dessert that the kids get to prepare and sample! All supplies are provided. On the first day, participants will be able to create their own apron to keep! Wednesdays 6:00-7:15 pm January 6-February 3 10011 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $44 resident / $54 non-resident


KidVentures!

Badges & Buddies

KidVentures is all about giving children the chance to be kids! Each week will include fun activities including art creations, science projects, challenges like treasure hunts and puzzles, and more! This program is a chance for kids to explore many different themes and activities all in one place!  Each day will be full of new projects for the kids to enjoy and look forward to and some to take home. Our instructors, Richard & Cherri Larson, are excited to share the fun with your child and offer new activities each session! 

With help from volunteers and sponsors, the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department will be offering Bowling with Deputies! Enjoy a little friendly bowling competition and lunch with our local law enforcement heroes! Child may only register for one date. Participants will receive a pizza lunch, 2 games of bowling and a t-shirt. Monday, January 25 10017 Monday, March 1 10018 Wednesday, March 31 10019 Friday, May 7 10020

Ages 7+ years

Ages 6-12 years

Thursdays 5:30-6:45 pm Session 1: March 4-April 1 10012 Session 2: April 8-May 6 10013 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session): $48 resident / $58 non-resident

Please Arrive by 10:45 am, program runs 11:00 am-1:15 pm Location: Sussex Bowl Fee (per option): Free for resident / $6 non-resident

Learn to Ice Skate Ages 4-12 years

Chess Scholars Grades 3-8

Chess is for everyone! Research has shown a strong link between Chess and academic performance in a variety of areas and has been proven to enhance concentration, focus, social skills, and creativity. Chess Scholars, brought to you by AES, is a funfilled professionally run chess program for students of all levels, including complete beginners! During each class there is an interactive instructional period of 15-20 minutes followed by guided practice. Curriculum is well suited for young beginners as well as experienced students! Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 pm Session 1: January 6-February 24 Session 2: March 3-April 21

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Location: Pewaukee Public Library Fee (per session): $133 resident / $143 non-resident

MusicStart® Keyboarding

This class develops youths’ basic ice skating skills. Youth will develop confidence on the ice by learning forward and backward skating, turns and stops, and falling and recovery. This is a cooperative program with the Waukesha County Parks System and local communities. It is suggested that young children bring helmets (bike or other helmet is fine) to the class. Dress warm and come early to allow time to get skates on before class. Total class size is 30 skaters. Saturdays Session 1: January 2-30 1:30-2:00 pm 4-6 years 10021 2:15-2:45 pm 7-12 years 10022 Session 2: February 6-March 6 1:30-2:00 pm 4-6 years 10023 2:15-2:45 pm 7-12 years 10024 Location: Naga-waukee Ice Arena Fee (per option): $65 resident / $75 non-resident Grades K-4

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! Prepare your child to take any instrument by giving them a solid musical foundation with this exciting program! No home keyboard necessary! Children must bring their own Chromebook, Ipad, or tablet to every class.

Spring Fishing Clinic FREE!

Ages 3-15 years (Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult) Sponsored in cooperation with the Wisconsin DNR, and instructed by members of local fishing clubs, your child will learn fishing safety, knot tying, and proper fishing techniques. All fishing equipment and bait will be available for use. Clinics will begin every hour starting at 9:00 am, with the last clinic beginning at 2:00 pm. Each session will last about one hour. Be sure to dress accordingly, as events will be held regardless of weather. Saturday, April 10 Time: C  linics run on the hour from 9:00 am-2:00 pm. Location: Menomonee Park Free! No registration necessary.

Fishing for Fun Ages 7-12 years

Fishing has been one of the world’s favorite pastimes for many years and for good reason! It starts by getting your child outside in the fresh air and beauty of the outdoors! Fishing teaches kids about conservation, nature appreciation and outdoorsmanship. The sport itself improves coordination and focus, confidence, independence, perseverance and patience. Our instructor will begin with the basics, teaching participants about fishing habitats, fish identification, hooks & baiting, casting, and reeling. Then we will move forward with more advanced concepts at the rate that suits the students. Anglers will be fishing from a pontoon boat on Pewaukee Lake the last day of the session. Instructor: Matt Cohen, retired teacher and lifelong fisherman. Kick off meeting: Thursday, April 8th at 6:00 pm @ Nettesheim Park. Thursdays, April 15-May 20 Session 1: 4:15-5:15 pm 10025 Session 2: 5:30-6:30 pm 10026 Location: Weeks 1-2 will be at Kiwanis Village Park, Weeks 3-5 will be at Lakefront Park, Week 6 will be on the water! Fee: $69 resident / $79 non-resident

Thursdays 5:30-6:30 pm January 7-February 25 10016 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $160 resident / $170 non-resident (262) 691-7275 (PARK)

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Pewaukee Parks & Recreation offers several summer day camps for kids when school lets out. All of our programs are packed with activities and adventures that will make memories to last a lifetime! Campers will enjoy activities such as games, sports, crafts, trips and explorations all-day, every day. Our Camp Counselors consist of energetic, qualified adults supported by Jr. Counselors and Jr. Leaders all trained to make your child’s camp experience safe and fun! For a list of frequently asked questions, please contact the Parks & Recreation Department.

SPARK

Grades 1-6 in Fall 2021 SPARK is a great option for children who are enrolled in both sessions of Pewaukee Summer School needing wrap-around care. Campers will participate in games, sports, crafts, themed activities and field trips throughout the summer. SPARK has an on-site Coordinator and has a 1:10 ratio of counselors to children. SPARK also provides lunch and snack for participants 4 days per week. Children are able to attend SPARK on non-Summer School days from 8:00 am-5:30 pm*. On Summer School days, children will first attend Summer School classes and then meet our staff and walk to the SPARK location. June 14-August 13 8:00 am-5:30 pm* Location: ASA Clark Middle School Fee: $  775 residents / $975 non-residents (Payment plan available) Field trip fees are separate. (*) E  arly Care (6:30 am) is available for an additional fee of $70 per child.

TO REGISTER FOR SPARK ...

RETURNING CAMPERS— Registration for returning 2020 SPARK participants will be accepted March 1-5, 2021 in-person. During this time, 2020 SPARK participants will be guaranteed registration for 2021 with proper forms, documents, and payment/payment plan. Renewal registration closes March 5th at 4:00 pm. All 2021 forms will be emailed to previous participants in January. NEW REGISTRATIONS­­for the SPARK program are handled through a lottery system. Please request a SPARK registration form after February 12th by calling 262-691-7275 or emailing: kaskey@pewaukee.wi.us. Completed forms should be returned by March 4th to be entered into the lottery. The lottery will be held on March 8th.

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JUNIOR LEADER CAMP

Summer Day Camp

Grades 1-6 in Fall 2021 Our popular Summer Day Camps are held at three local parks: Kiwanis Village Park, Nettesheim Park and Wagner Park. Weekly and daily themes coupled with camper favorite activities keep the kids excited and engaged all summer long. Each camp location has a Head Counselor and a 1:10 ratio of counselors to children. Children should bring a lunch and snack daily.

OPTION 1: FULL DAY CAMP

This option allows for your child to be in camp all day during the summer. Monday-Friday June 14-August 13 7:30 am-5:30 pm Fee:$625 resident / $715 non-resident Field trip fees are separate. Locations: Kiwanis Village Park, Nettesheim Park, Wagner Park

OPTION 2: DAY CAMP SUMMER SCHOOL BUNDLE

This option is for children who are also enrolled in Pewaukee Summer School. On weeks without Summer School, children can attend their respective camp from 7:30 am-5:30 pm. When Summer School is in session, children will attend their classes at school and then board a bus and travel to their park location to finish the day. Children should bring a lunch and snack daily. Monday-Friday June 14-August 13 Non-Summer School Days: 7:30 am-5:30 pm Summer School Days: 12:00-5:30 pm (Children will be bussed from Pewaukee Schools to their respective park.) Fee: $550 resident / $640 non-resident Field trip fees are separate. Locations: Kiwanis Village Park, Nettesheim Park, Wagner Park

Grades 7-8th in Fall 2021 Our leadership camp is a great way for youth to learn about leadership in a Summer Camp setting. The program is held exclusively at Kiwanis Village Park and space is limited. Participants will gain the following experience: leadership skills, basic group planning skills, communication skills, team building, conflict resolution, and community involvement. But this camp isn’t all work! Participants will also get to enjoy trips, challenges, arts & crafts, sports, theme days and special events. Staff include a Camp Coordinator and adult counselors with a 1:8 ratio of staff to campers. Campers should bring a lunch and snack daily.

OPTION 1: JLC FULL DAY CAMP

This option allows for your child to be in camp all day during the summer. Monday-Friday June 14-August 13 7:30 am-5:30 pm Fee: $655 resident / $745 non-resident Field trip fees are separate. Location: Kiwanis Village Park

OPTION 2:JLC SUMMER SCHOOL BUNDLE

This option is for children who are also enrolled in Pewaukee Summer School. On weeks without Summer School, children can attend their respective camp from 7:30 am-5:30 pm. When Summer School is in session, children will attend their classes at school and then board a bus and travel to their park location to finish the day. Children should bring a lunch and snack daily. Monday-Friday June 14-August 13 Non-Summer School Days: 7:30 am-5:30 pm Summer School Days: 12:00-5:30 pm (Children will be bussed from Pewaukee Schools to Kiwanis Village Park). Fee: $590 resident / $680 non-resident Field trip fees are separate. Location: Kiwanis Village Park

TO REGISTER FOR SUMMER DAY CAMP OR JUNIOR LEADER CAMP... RETURNING CAMPERS—Registration for returning 2020 Day Camp/JLC participants will be accepted March 1-5, 2021 in-person. During this time, 2020 Day Camp/JLC participants will be guaranteed registration for 2021 with proper forms, documents, and payment/payment plan. Renewal registration closes March 5th at 4:00 pm. All 2021 forms will be emailed to previous participants in January.

NEW REGISTRATIONS—New registrations for the Day Camp/JLC program will begin in-person starting March 15th on a first-come, first-served basis while space is available. Online registration NOT available for Summer Camp programs. Pewaukee Parks & Recreation | Winter/Spring 2021


Get Creative (See classes for age groups)

Family Paint-a-Pic

All ages 6+ (Children under age 12 must be accompanied by an adult) People of all ages love to paint! Our Painta-Pic classes are designed for children and adults ages 6+. Our art instructors will present a sample painting that will inspire each local Picasso to create their own beautiful work of art using acrylic paints. Participants will be able to follow a step-bystep process to help guide their work of art through the entire painting experience! All supplies provided, fee includes 2 canvases. Additional canvases can be purchased for $7 each. Tuesdays 5:15-7:15 pm Session 1: April 13 Theme: Painting in the Rain

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Session 2: April 27 Theme: Sunset on the Water

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Session 3: May 11 Theme: Oh My! Ocean Oddities!

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Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session): $21 resident / $31 non-resident $7 additional canvas

Henna Tattoo 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. Tuesday, January 19 5:00-6:15 pm 10030 Location: Sussex Civic Center Fee: $15 resident / $25 non-resident

Birdhouse Painting

Ages 7+ years Our feathered friends will be sure to take up residence as you make a hand painted birdhouse to include as a fun yard decoration or even as indoor art. All art supplies are included.  Participants should bring a smock.  Tuesday, April 6 5:00-6:30 pm 10031       Location: The Grove at Sussex Village Park Fee: $20 resident / $30 non-resident

Umbrella Painting Workshop Ages 7-12 years

Learn how to create a one of a kind masterpiece that actually keeps you dry! You will be taught simple yet innovative techniques to paint designs on an umbrella. Spend some creative time alone or with friends and take home a unique umbrella painted by you!  All materials will be provided.  Participants should wear a smock and bring a plastic tablecloth to protect their car on the ride home.  Tuesday, March 23 5:00-6:30 pm 10032 Location: Sussex Civic Center         Fee: $25 resident / $35 non-resident

Madhubani Painting Ages 7+ years

Portrait Drawing

Ages 18+ Learn how to draw the human face through the use of photographs, models and oneself. Class involves extensive drawing practice in, as well as outside of class. A number of approaches are used to analyze the structure of the face with the goal to create realistic likeness. Working media will be magic marker, pencils, various forms of charcoal and pastels. Students should bring a sketchbook, medium weight black magic marker and a #2 pencil with them to the first class. Instructor: Jane Domach Tuesdays 12:30-2:50 pm Session 1: January 12-March 2 20002 Session 2: March 23-May 11 20003 Location: Nettesheim Park Fee (per session): $120 resident / $130 non-resident

In this class, students will learn Madhubani Folk Art Painting by painting a wooden tray & coaster set (2 coasters). This vibrantly colored, detailed traditional Indian art helps develop concentration and hand eye coordination. Step by step instructions will be given.  All art supplies are included.  Participants should bring a smock.  Tuesday, May 18 5:00-6:30 pm 10033 Location: Sussex Civic Center Fee: $20 resident / $30 non-resident   

Mosaic Experience Ages 16+

Enjoy the art of creating something beautiful again using broken plates and pottery. You may have a broken or cracked plate, old mug, colorful favorite pot, or chipped family heirloom that you just cannot toss. These can be recycled into a lovely creation. All supplies are provided but you are welcome to bring your own items to create such as a plain flower pot, tabletop or flat non-porous item. The instructor will also have various items to choose from such as stepping stones and birdhouses. Instructor: Juli Garton Wednesday, March 31-April 14 5:30-7:30 pm 20001 Location: Wagner Park Fee: $48 resident / $58 non-resident

Watercolor Painting

Ages 18+ Designed to help students develop skills in watercolor painting with an emphasis on methods and techniques. Both the beginner and continuing 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. Instructors: Jane Domach (Beginner) / Susan Farmer-Tiefenthaler (Continuing) Wednesdays Session 1: January 13-March 3 Beginner 9:30-11:50 am Continuing 12:30-2:50 pm

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Session 2: March 24-May 12 Beginner 9:30-11:50 am Continuing 12:30-2:50 pm

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Location: Nettesheim Park Fee (per option): $120 resident / $130 non-resident

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Learn the Harmonica

Ages 12+

Introduction to the Harmonica is for those interested in learning the fundamentals of playing harmonica, even if you know little or nothing about music! This 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. Tuesdays, May 4-June 8 1:30-3:00 pm Location: Wagner Park Fee: $49 resident / $59 non-resident

Knock Knock (It’s Back!) Who’s there? A mystery guest will join our group to educate, entertain and engage! Yes, that’s right, we aren’t telling you in advance, you have to show up to find out! Each date a different visitor will share an interesting presentation to the group as we enjoy light snacks and beverages. This is a fun way to get out and meet others and to learn something new. And really, who doesn’t love surprises? Fridays 1:00- 2:30 pm 20008 January 15, February 5, and March 5 Location: P  ewaukee City Hall Common Council Chambers Fee: Free resident / $5 non-resident

CCC – Coffee, Cakes & Conversation Stop by for treats and stay to learn about interesting topics and discussion about the things that matter to you! Each session will include a speaker, social time and of course sweet treats (different each day!) for you to enjoy while sipping your coffee or tea. Educational programming presented by Humana. Fridays

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Preventing Falls Friday, April 16 20009 Brain Boot Camp Friday, May 14 20010 Location: P  ewaukee City Hall Common Council Chambers Fee: FREE resident / $5 non-resident

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Tech Savvy You! Ages 18+

These classes are designed and instructed by C.T. Kruger, adult educator and multimedia guru.

Old Family Photos & the Digital Age Tuesday, January 12 20012 Fee: $16 resident / $26 non-resident Cabin Fever is the perfect time to finally cull and organize your old family photos hiding in boxes and albums into digital collections. This two-hour seminar covers image selection, creating a workflow, how to get and stay organized, scanning prints and slides, outsourcing options and archiving the collection. Information on computer use will be for Windows PC computers.

Cutting the Cord – Controlling Cable & Internet Costs Monday, March 8 20013 Fee: $16 resident / $26 non-resident 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.

Getting Control, Advanced Digital Photo Monday, March 15 20014 Fee: $18 resident / $28 non-resident You purchased an interchangeable lens (DSLR) or advanced point-and-shoot camera, but you can’t make the camera do what you need for portraits, sports, kids, nature and other types of photos. Bring your camera to this hands-on-workshop to “get out of automatic” and learn how to use your camera’s Exposure Modes and other functions for a variety of situations outdoors, indoors and with flash.

Pewaukee Parks & Recreation | Winter/Spring 2021

Smartphone Video & Editing Monday, March 22 20015 Fee: $16 resident / $26 non-resident Whether a parent, an instructor, a business professional or just a creative soul, shooting and editing video with your smartphone is an efficient way to produce spectacular videos of your family, a lesson, or a marketing message. This two-hour workshop covers smartphone video shooting techniques and how to combine video clips, photos, narration and music into a single video using smartphone apps iMovie for iPhones or FilmoraGo for Android.

You Have Pictures in Your Cameras, Now What? Monday, March 29 20016 Fee: $16 resident / $26 non-resident We have hundreds, if not thousands, of pictures in our cameras, smartphones and computers. Now what? This two-hour 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.

Time: 6:30-8:30 pm Location: Wagner Park Interested in a virtual option? If so, contact Monica at Kaskey@Pewaukee.wi.us


Enjoy the Great

Outdoors

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Cooking Demonstrations

with Trish

Adults & Seniors

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.

Cioppino­—the ACTUAL San Francisco Treat!

Cordon Bleu— A Culinary Classic!

Wednesday, February 24

Wednesday, April 21

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Cioppino is a fish stew originating in San Francisco, California. It is an Italian American dish and is related to various regional fish soups and stews of Italian cuisine called Cioppin or Cioppio. It is hearty and satisfying and perfect for a cold winter night. I will prepare my version of Cioppino along with a few other recipes to make a perfect menu for winter entertaining. You’ll sample... No-knead Sourdough Bread Apricot-Almond Baked Brie Cioppino Lavender Creme Brulee for a crowd

Thai One On! Wednesday, March 24

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Back by popular demand! This all new class will give you a good overview of the tastes of Thai cooking. We will learn about the ingredients, spices, cooking methods and techniques that you can do in your own kitchen. You will taste... Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce Tom Kha Gai (coconut and lemongrass soup) Spicy Thai Basil and Chicken Stir-fry Mango on Sticky Rice

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National Chicken Cordon Bleu Day is annually observed on April 4. This day is all about a special dish combining chicken, ham and cheese. The French term Cordon Bleu is translated as “Blue Ribbon”. The earliest recipe known was in a March 1964 printing of the Cincinnati Enquirer by the Cincinnati Gourmet Stanley Demos. Despite some misconceptions, Chicken Cordon Bleu is an American dish.  This dish is a take on the popular Veal Cordon Bleu. Tonight you’ll sample my version of this classic along with side dishes fit to go along with this winner! You’ll sample... Chicken Cordon Bleu with Dijon Cream Sauce Duchess Potatoes Asparagus with Classic Hollandaise Sauce

Steak! Wednesday, May 19 20020 May is National Beef Month so we are going to prepare one of the most popular cuts of steak...sirloin! We’ll pair it with a few sides and get you ready for summer grilling season. You’ll sample... Classic Wedge Salad with Bleu Cheese Dressing Coffee-rubbed Sirloin Steak Homemade Fries with Chipotle Ketchup Raspberry Tart Time: 6:30-9:00 pm Location: Wagner Park Fee (per option): $25 resident / $35 non-resident

Enjoy great company and beautiful scenery while snowshoeing at Retzer Nature Center. Snowshoe rentals are available on site for a nominal fee, first come, first served. Please bring your own if you have them. Saturdays 11:00 am 20021 January 9, 23, February 6, 20, March 6, 20 (Weather/trail permitting, leader will contact participants each week with updates) Location: Retzer Nature Center Fee: Free

H  iking Club I I with Trish Adults & Seniors This hiking club is for Boomers+ who 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. Weather Permitting Fridays 5:15 pm April 9, April 23, May 7, May 21

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Location: Will be emailed to participants the week before the hike Fee: $10 resident / $20 non-resident

Pickleball

will be back in Spring!

Winter/Spring Registration Begins

Residents: December 14 / 8:00 am Non-residents: December 21 / 8:00 am (See page 14 for registration information)

Watch for clinics and play dates in our Summer Activity Guide, Facebook Page and Website! Fitness continued (262) 691-7275 (PARK)

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Positively Fit I I

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!

Adults & Seniors Fitness Activity Level

I | Moderate I I High I I I | Intense I I I I Low

IMPORTANT FITNESS INFORMATION • 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  should wear proper attire: good aerobic shoes and clothing that permits movement. • Participants may want to bring a water bottle and a towel to class.

Mondays 9:00-10:00 am Session 1: January 4-February 1 20023 Session 2: February 8-March 8 20024 Session 3: March 15-April 12 20025 Session 4: April 19-May 17 20026 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session): $27 resident / $37 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. Wednesdays 9:00-10:00 am Session 1: January 6-February 3 20027 Session 2: February 10-March 10 20028 Session 3: March 17-April 14 20029 Session 4: April 21-May 19 20030 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session) $27 resident / $37 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 a 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!

Programs with this icon have a virtual option available.

Please email or call for locations, times and current class options: jane123.zumba.com Janeschmidt20@yahoo.com or (414) 759-0427

Contact Monica at Kaskey@Pewaukee.wi.us for more information

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Pewaukee Parks & Recreation | Winter/Spring 2021

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. Mondays 10:15-11:05 am Session 1: January 4-February 1 Session 2: February 8-March 8 Session 3: March 15-April 12 Session 4: April 19-May 17

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Thursdays (All Levels) 10:15-11:05 am Session 1: January 7-February 4 20035 Session 2: February 11-March 11 20036 Session 3: March 18-April 15 20037 Session 4: April 22-May 20 20038 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session): $27 resident / $37 non-resident

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: pewaukeejazz@gmail.com. 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!

Showshoeing & Hiking Club (noted on page 9)


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. Instructor: Cindy Stark

Yin Yoga I I What is Yin yoga? While “Yang” yoga focuses on your muscles, Yin yoga targets your deep connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints and bones. It’s slower and more meditative, giving you space to turn inward and tune into both your mind and the physical sensation of your body. Yin yoga is an excellent complement to any other discipline, be it yoga, running, swimming or cross training. Poses are primarily floor-based and held for 3-5 minutes. Roll out your mat and try some Yin yoga! Participants are encouraged to bring their own mat. Tuesdays 7:00-8:00 am Session 1: January 5-February 23 Session 2: March 2-April 27 (no class March 30) Location: Sussex Civic Center Fee (per session): $48 resident / $58 non-resident

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Gentle Yoga Blend I I 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 who prefer a lighter yoga practice. Bring your own yoga mat. Instructor: Cindy Stark Tuesdays 4:30-5:30 pm Session 1: January 5-February 9 20041 Session 2: February 16-March 23 20042 Session 3: M  arch 30-May 4* 20043 (*) A  pril 20, 27 & May 4 will be at an alternate facility Thursdays 4:30-5:30 pm Session 1: January  7-February 18 20044 (No class February 4) Session 2: February 25-April 1 20045 Session 3: A  pril 8-May 20* 20046 (no class May 13) (*) April 22, 29, May 6, 20 will be at an alternate facility Location: Nettesheim Park Fee (per session): $  52 resident / $62 non-resident

Tuesdays 5:45-6:45 pm Session 1: January 5-February 9 20047 Session 2: February 16-March 23 20048 Session 3: March 30-May 4* 20049 (*) A  pril 20, 27 & May 4 will be at an alternate facility Location: Nettesheim Park Fee: $52 resident / $62 non-resident

Specialty Fitness Tai Chi I

Chair Yoga I

Tai Chi offers a holistic approach to wellness (including mind, body & spirit) and concentrates on relieving the physical effects of stress on the body and mind. The focus and calmness of Tai Chi has proven helpful in maintaining optimum health. Prior Tai Chi Beginner class required.

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.

Fridays Session 1: January 8-February 5 11:30 am-12:30 pm 12:35-1:35 pm

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Session 2: February 12-March 12 11:30 am-12:30 pm 20052 12:35-1:35 pm 20053 Session 3: March 19-April 23 (no class April 2) 11:30 am-12:30 pm 20054 12:35-1:35 pm 20055 Session 4: April 30-May 28 11:30 am-12:30 pm 12:35-1:35 pm Location: South Park Fee (per option): $  34 resident / $44 non-resident

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Mondays 11:15 am-12:15 pm Session 1: January 4-February 1 Session 2: February 8-March 8 Session 3: March 15-April 12 Session 4: April 19-May 17

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Thursdays 9:00-10:00 am Session 1: January 7-February 4 20062 Session 2: February 11-March 11 20063 Session 3: March 18-April 15 20064 Session 4: April 22-May 20 20065 Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session): $34 resident / $44 non-resident

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! Fridays 10:00-11:00 am Session 1: January 8-February 5 20066 Session 2: February 12-March 12 20067 Session 3: M  arch 19-April 23 20068 (No class April 2) Location: Wagner Park Fee (per session): $  34 resident / $44 non-resident

(262) 691-7275 (PARK)

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Park System

Winter/Spring 2021

Map & Facilities

OFF-SITE LOCATIONS ASA Clark Middle School 472 Lake St. • Pewaukee The Grove at Sussex Village Park W244 N6260 Weaver Drive • Sussex Menomonee Park W220 N7884 Town Line Rd. Menomonee Falls Naga-Waukee Ice Arena 2699 Golf Rd. • Delafield Pewaukee Public Library 210 Main St. • Pewaukee Retzer Nature Center S14 W28167 Madison St. • Waukesha Sussex Bowl N64 W24576 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

Sussex Civic Center N64 W23760 Main St. • Sussex

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

Boat Launching

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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. * Rentals for January 2021 can be requested starting December 1, 2020. * Rentals for February-December can be requested starting January 4, 2021.

BUILDING RESERVATION

BUSINESS PARK RESIDENT Non-Resident RESIDENT Non-Resident Deposit Balmer $50/day $100/day $85/day $430/day $200 Kiwanis Village $50/day $100/day $85/day $430/day $100 Nettesheim $25/hr $50/hr $40/hr $160/hr $200 South $25/hr $50/hr $40/hr $160/hr $200 Wagner $40/hr $80/hr $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

Explore On Two Wheels Bike Trails Visit

www.cityofpewaukee.us Pewaukee Parks > Bike Trails for a map of Waukesha County Trails

www.cityofpewaukee.us

Pewaukee Parks > Rent A Park to review Park Rental Guidelines & Procedures information • Video Tours • Park Rental Fees • FAQ’s • Rental guidelines and clean-up procedures If you would like to rent one of our facilities, please contact us via phone at 262-691-PARK (7275). 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.

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.

Kiwanis Village Park

Ice Rink

This winter we will install an 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. More details about the ice rink to come on our Facebook page.

Thank you so much, Sydney!

Wagner Building

Prior to calling to book your event...please visit

Kiwanis Village Playground

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.

Fishing Pier (262) 691-7275 (PARK)

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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.

Winter/Spring registration begins 8:00 AM Residents: Monday, December 14 | Non-residents: Monday, December 21 Registration received PRIOR to December 14 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.

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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.

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Mail-In

Complete the registration form below. (Feel free to copy form)

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You are welcome to register in-person during regular office hours Monday-Friday At the time of printing, 8:00 am-4:30 pmis Pewaukee City Hall starting on above noted closed to the public. registration dates. When we reopen,

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.

In-Person

The in-person office is located at City Hall, registration W240 N3065 Pewaukee Rd. will resume.

• If a program is full, our office will notify you by phone.

Accepted forms of payment: cash, check, VISA, MasterCard or Discover.

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Mail to: W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road, Pewaukee, WI, 53072


NEW

Best in “Snow” Contest Winter is coming! And when it does, the Best in “Snow” contest will kick off! This contest is an exciting way to enjoy the first real snow of the season! The first snow fall that is 4 inches or more will initiate the Best in “Snow” contest! Families will be tasked with building the BEST snowperson in Pewaukee. The contest details will be posted on the Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Facebook Page within 12 hours of the snowfall. Families will be able to build their snowman and post a picture on the Best in “Snow” event page to win prizes! The Parks & Recreation Department will announce the categories that will be eligible to win prizes and additional details on the event page. So keep an eye on the weather forecast and the other on our Facebook page and we’ll see you when the snow falls!

Ages 7-17

Mud Olympics

Come out to the 1st Annual Pewaukee Mud Olympics! This event will include numerous extreme fun obstacles and challenges that will pit you against your friends or family members as you try to win Gold Medals in your chosen events! All events will be IN THE MUD. Grab a group of friends and prepare to get dirty at this year’s Mud Olympics. Contenders may choose as many events as they like (see below). Participants will be competing against opponents in their age groups. Event goes on rain or shine!

Saturday, May 8 12:30-3:30 pm Kiwanis VIllage Park https://www.facebook.com/PewaukeeParksAndRecreation

EASTER Egg Hunt

Held in cooperation with American Legion Post #71 and Auxiliary.

Children are invited to hunt for treasures throughout the park!

Saturday, April 3 10:00 am (Arrive by 9:45 am)

Kiwanis Village Park FREE Event! We ask participants to please bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the local pantry.

Registration Deadline: April 23 Fee: $5 per event (up to 10 events) Fee includes Mud Olympics T-shirt and Participation Award

Individual Events

(Must have a minimum of 4 participants registered to run each event) • Mud Crawl 10034 • Long Jump 10038 • Obstacle Course 10035 • 50 Meter Dash 10039 • Bungee Hoop 10036 • Slip-N-Slide 10040 • Treasure Hunt 10037

Partner Events

(Indicate partner name, partner must sign up separately; must have a minimum of 4 groups to run each event) • 3 Legged Race 10041 • Hero Carry 10042 • Tug O’ War 10043 • Dress for a mess! We are not responsible for any damage to personal attire. Bring a towel. • Concessions will be open. • Pre-registration required.

Sponsored by

Patrick Johnson Realty (262) 691-7275 (PARK)

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MILWAUKEE, WI PERMIT NO. 1275

Pewaukee Parks & Recreation Department W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road Pewaukee, WI 53072

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Children’s Book Swap

CALLING ALL

ADULT SOFTBALL TEAMS! Pewaukee Parks & Recreation has openings in our Adult Softball Leagues for Men’s and Coed Teams. Play begins in Mid-April.

Contact Monica Kaskey at Kaskey@pewaukee.wi.us for more information.

Special Events (page 15)

Best in “Snow” Contest Easter Egg Hunt • Mud Olympics

In partnership with the Pewaukee Public Library, and after a short hiatus, we invite you to join us for our 7th Annual Children’s Book Swap! On Tuesday, bring your gently used books* to the drop off site and receive a ticket for each of your books. Bring your tickets back to the Swap on Wednesday to “buy” new-to-you books to take home and enjoy! You will also enjoy coloring sheets and a take-home craft project courtesy of Pewaukee Parks & Recreation!

BOOK DROP OFF: Tuesday, March 9th 3:00-5:00 pm BOOK SWAP: Wednesday, March 10th 3:00-5:00 pm Pewaukee Public Library, 210 Main Street

*Children’s books only please

FREE! Winter/Spring Registration Begins Residents: December 14 / 8:00 am Non-residents: December 21 / 8:00 am (See page 14 for registration information)

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