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REGISTER IN MAY! The Mount Horeb Soccer Club organizes both boys and girls teams for ages 6 through 18. Both competitive and recreational teams are formed. Teams compete in the Madison Area Youth Soccer League during the fall and spring. The Mt. Horeb Soccer Club is a parent run organization and is not affiliated with the Mt. Horeb Recreation Department.

Visit our website or send us an email www.mhsoccer.net mounthorebsoccer@gmail.com

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2019 Summer Clay Class Schedule

Mt. Horeb Area’s Best Choice for Summer Clay Classes Since 2001 Mondays • Time: 2:00-3:00 (multi-age) $120.00 Class dates: 6/3, 6/10, 6/17, 6/24, 7/1, 7/8

KID’S BIRTHDAY PARTIES

Tuesdays • I-Time: 10:30-11:30 (ages 6-8). II-Time: 1:00-2:00 (multi-age) $120.00 Class dates: 6/4, 6/11, 6/18, 6/25, 7/2, 7/9

One-time Potters’ Wheel Sessions & Private Parties also available. Call 608-437-7416 for details or visit us at 4thStreetCeramics.com 109 S. Fourth Street, Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 4thstreetceramics@gmail.com

Wednesdays • I-Time: 2:30-3:30 (multi-ages) $120.00. II-Time: 4:30-5:30 (adult-child) $140.00 Class dates: 6/5, 6/12, 6/19, 6/26, *7/3, 7/10 *may reschedule if needed Thursdays • I-Time: 11:00-12:00 (multi-age) $120.00. II-Time: 1:30-2:45 (high school) $125.00 Class dates: 6/6, 6/13, 6/20, 6/27, *7/4, 7/11, 7/18, *may reschedule if needed

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Professional Ceramic Artist and experienced instructor Mikel Kelley (MFA & BFA) with over 20 years’ working with clay. References available upon request

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Additional classes may be offered & classes may extend beyond six weeks All Classes are six weeks long & up to two missed classes can be made up. Class make up dates TBD & class dates subject to change.

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RECREATION DEPARTMENT STAFF

MISSION STATEMENT

CONTACT INFORMATION

The mission of the Mount Horeb Recreation Department is to provide a wide variety of recreational and leisure opportunities to enhance the quality of life for all Mount Horeb residents while promoting positive physical, social and emotional experiences.

Recreation Director: Jill Dudley, jill.dudley@mounthorebwi.info Recreation Assistant: Megan James, mhrec@mounthorebwi.info

Village of Mount Horeb Recreation Department 222 East Front Street Mount Horeb, WI 53572

A MESSAGE FROM THE RECREATION DEPARTMENT

Phone: 608-437-3400 Fax: 608-437-3401

ONLINE REGISTRATION WEBSITE https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd

OFFICE HOURS

In today’s hectic world, it is easy to forget that taking time to enjoy each day is so important to our health and well-being. We encourage everyone to experience our recreational activities and park facilities that enhance the quality of life by helping us stay healthy and fit and develop a sense of community pride. This summer and fall, please take time to explore the many opportunities we proudly offer you right here in beautiful Mount Horeb!

Monday-Thursday 7:15 AM-4:30 PM Friday 7:00 AM-12:00 PM *Office hours subject to change. The office may be closed on occasion due to programming and/or meetings. Office Closed: May 27, July 4 and July 5 *May be closed in addition to the above dates.

Jill Dudley Recreation Director

PARKS DEPARTMENT STAFF AND CONTACT INFORMATION

Parks and Urban Forestry Director: Jeff Gorman, jeff.gorman@mounthorebwi.info

Megan James Recreation Assistant

PARK, RECREATION & FORESTRY COMMISSION The Park, Recreation and Forestry Commission meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:30 PM at the Municipal Building (138 E. Main St).

Phone: (608) 437-7190

PROGRAM LOCATION ADDRESSES

Chair: Beth Hill (Village Trustee) Members: Mike Goltz (Village Trustee), Tom Shay, Ryan Smith and Mark Webber

Aquatic Center – 204 Park Street Center Ground Studios – 302 E. Lincoln Street Early Learning Center – 300 Spellman Street

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Garfield Park – 101 E. Garfield Street Gonstead Chiropractic – 1505 Springdale Street

Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Grundahl Park – 401 Blue Mounds Street

Youth Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19

Liberty Park – 1201 Cox Drive

Creepy Crawl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Library – 105 Perimeter Road

Adult Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-23

Mount Horeb Early Learning Center – 300 Spellman Street

Community Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25

Mount Horeb Primary Center – 207 Academy Street

Discount Tickets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Mount Horeb Intermediate Center – 200 Hanneman Boulevard Mount Horeb Middle School – 900 East Garfield Street

Recreation Department Survey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Mount Horeb High School – 305 South 8th Street

Aquatic Center Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Senior/Community Center – 107 N. Grove Street

Mount Horeb Swimming Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Sunrise Park – 119 Telemark Parkway Viking Park Tennis Courts - Lincoln Street (behind the Middle School) Waltz Park – 401 Brian Street

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

Movies in the Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Facility Reservations & Park Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

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DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Web: http://www.mounthorebwi.info/departments-services/ mount-horeb-recreation-department

Our 2019 summer and fall activity guide is exploding with a wide variety of programs and activities for all ages to enjoy! Check out some of our new programs we have added: Couch to 5K, Families on Bikes, Archery, Explore Bowhunting, Pilates, and more! We will once again be bringing back our FREE Movie in the Park nights at Grundahl Park, so check out page 26 for more information on these family-friendly events.


REGISTRATION INFORMATION

3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER!

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1. Online – https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd. Register online 24 hours per day/7 days a week with a Visa, MasterCard or American Express. A convenience fee is charged for use of this service.

Do you have a special talent or skill that you would like to share with the Village of Mount Horeb community? Contact the recreation department at 608-437-3400 or jill.dudley@mounthorebwi.info.

2. Mail-in – Fill out the registration form on page 31 (or download a form from mounthorebwi.info) and return with payment to: Mount Horeb Recreation Department, 222 East Front Street, Mount Horeb, WI 53572. *Make checks payable to Village of Mount Horeb.

REFUND POLICY

3. Walk-In – Register in person at the Recreation Department during normal business hours, 7:15 AM-4:30 PM Monday through Thursday and 7:00 AM-12:00PM on Friday. Office hours are subject to change. A drop box is located outside near the front door for your convenience.

REASONABLE ACCOMODATION REQUEST If a reasonable accommodation is necessary to participate in a program, please contact the Recreation Department at 608-437-3400. Every attempt will be made to accommodate the request.

ON-SITE REGISTRATIONS Instructors/coaches will NOT be allowed to accept registrations or payments at program locations. All registration transactions must be completed at the Recreation Department office or online prior to class start date.

RESIDENT/NON-RESIDENT A resident is anyone who resides within the Mount Horeb Village limits. All others are considered non-residents, and will be charged an additional $10.00 to the resident rate. This charge is assessed per person, per program. This additional non-resident fee helps with equipment expenses and staffing costs for our programs.

WEATHER CANCELLATIONS In the event of inclement weather, the department will use multiple factors to determine if a program/activity will be cancelled. These factors include national heat index guidelines, field conditions, forecasted weather, etc. Morning activities may be cancelled up to 30 minutes before a program begins. A decision regarding evening programs/ activities will be made no earlier than 2:00 PM on the day of the activity. Participants will receive notification of cancellations via email and information will be placed on our Facebook page. Cancellations will also be posted on our Recreation Department website (http://www.mounthorebwi.info/ departments-services/mount-horeb-recreation-department)

REGISTRATION DEADLINES/LATE FEES A $5.00 late fee will be added to your payment if postmarked after the registration deadline dates listed. Please plan ahead.

CONFIRMATION OF ENROLLMENT

A full refund will be issued when a program is cancelled by the Recreation Department. Cancellations made five working days or more prior to the scheduled start date of an activity will have a $5.00 administrative charge deducted from your refund. Refunds or credits will not be issued if you cancel out of an activity less than five working days from the program start date. No refunds will be given once a class or program has started. Please note that online convenience fees are nonrefundable.

NSF POLICY A $20.00 service charge will be assessed on all checks returned due to non-sufficient funds (NSF). Once an NSF check occurs, all future payments must be made with cash only.

WAIVER OF LIABILITY The Village of Mount Horeb is not responsible for any injuries sustained as a result of participation in any department sponsored activities. We encourage you to obtain your own insurance prior to, and for the duration of, the activities you participate in.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Financial assistance applications are available at the Recreation Department. You will be required to bring income and tax documentation with you.

NOW HIRING The Mount Horeb Recreation Department is taking applications for summer admissions/concessions pool supervisor, assistant admissions/concessions pool supervisor, tennis coordinator, tennis assistant, kids camp assistant, and lifeguards. If interested, please contact the Recreation Department for an application. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age (18 for tennis coordinator and supervisor positions at the pool). • PROGRAMS WILL NOT BE PRO-RATED FOR ANY REASON. • ALL PROGRAMS ARE ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS. • SOME PROGRAMS MAY FILL BEFORE THE REGISTRATION DEADLINES LISTED. PLEASE PLAN AHEAD. • PROGRAM INFORMATION IN THIS GUIDE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. • CREDIT CARDS (VISA, MASTERCARD AND AMERICAN EXPRESS) ARE ACCEPTED AT THE RECREATION DEPARTMENT AND ONLINE.

Once registered, plan on attending at the listed dates and times. Please feel free to call (608) 437-3400 to verify your registration and/or ask any questions you may have. A receipt will be emailed if requested.

PROGRAM CANCELLATIONS Programs may be cancelled if minimum registrations are not met or facility issues occur. You will be notified at least two days before the start date if an activity needs to be cancelled. 6 • Register Online: https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee


KIDS MAGIC CLASS

Grade Dates Code 4th-5th 4/15 - 4/18 9145.418 6th, 7th & 8th 4/22 - 4/25 9422.425 Days: Mon through Thurs Time: 5:30-6:30 PM Place: Middle School Gym Fee: FREE (must be registered) Registration Deadline: 4/11 Max: 35 per group Volleyball fundamentals will be taught in a fun atmosphere. Pre-registration is required. Coordinator: Theresa Buechner

Code: 5096.715 Date: Thurs, 5/9 Time: 6:00-7:15 PM Ages: 6-10 (one parent or caregiver must attend with child) Location: Senior Center Fee: $16.00* Min/Max: 20/25 Registration Deadline: 5/2 This program is great for kids who have an interest in magic! Magician Nickey Fynn will put on a short magic performance full of thrill and excitement. Students will then have the opportunity to learn four easy to learn tricks that were part of the performance. Each participant will receive a magic bag which contains four actual magic tricks, a printed sheet of 12 more tricks, funny shaped rubber bands, temporary tattoos, and a coloring sheet. If time allows, Nickey will make balloon animals for each participant. At the end of the class, each magician-in-training will receive their very own magic class completion certificate. Instructor: Nickey Fynn

4 YEAR OLD TOT BALL (PARENT/CHILD) Code: 4208.015 Dates: Wed, 4/24 – 5/15 Time: 5:00-5:45 PM Location: Waltz Park Field Fee: $20.00* Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 4/17 Tot ball is a fun and exciting introduction to the game of baseball in a non-competitive atmosphere. Various stations will be set-up to help children learn the basics of catching, throwing, field positions, hitting off a tee and base running. Adults will gain a better understanding of how to teach these skills. Participants must wear athletic shoes/cleats and provide their own glove. Only one child may participate per adult (please refrain from bringing siblings with to the program). Only one rain out will be made up if needed. Coordinator: Megan James

MACHINE PITCH TRAVELING BASEBALL LEAGUE Code: 8796.615 Dates: Tues & Thurs, 5/21 – 7/25 Practice Day/Time: Tues, 5:30-6:30 PM or 6:30-7:30 PM Teams will rotate between both times listed (will also practice on the following Thursday evenings: 5/23, 5/30 and 6/6) Game Day/Time: Thurs, games will begin mid-June and start at 6:00 PM Ages: 8-10 Practice Location: Waltz Park Field Game Location: Belleville, Fitchburg, Mount Horeb or Verona Fee: $55.00* (includes jersey) Min/Max: 10/13 per team Registration Deadline: 5/2 This program will help teach your child the fundamentals of baseball in a fun and safe environment. Coaches will provide proper instruction and encouragement to players. Games will be played in in Belleville, Fitchburg, Mount Horeb or Verona. A pitching machine will be used. VOLUNTEER COACHES ARE NEEDED!

KIDS PAINTING CLASS—DON’T BUG ME, I’M PAINTING Code: 7165.010 Date: Sat, 5/4 Time: 9:00-11:00 AM Ages: 5-12 Location: Senior Center Fee: $40.00* Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadlines: 4/29 Participants will be painting a darling bug that they create. They will be using acrylic paint on a 16 x 20 canvas. Throughout the class we will be working on shading and blending. These paintings turn out colorful and whimsical. Each child will bring home a masterpiece they will be proud of. Instructor: Sara Lenz

SUMMER KICK-OFF CAMP

Register online at https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd *non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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Code: 7001.525 Dates: Tues through Fri, 5/28 – 5/31 Time: 7:30 AM-4:30 PM (please bring a sack lunch and snack) Code Age 5-7 7001.525 8-10 7011.636 Location: Grundahl Park (meet at enclosed shelter) Fee: $160.00* Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 5/16 Kick off summer with this fun-filled camp. Participants should wear comfortable clothes that are allowed to get messy or wet. Themes will include: Fun in the sun, ninja training, splash day and sports of all sorts. Campers will enjoy a variety of games, crafts and activities to get their summer started off right. If your child likes to move and play, then sign them up today! Coordinator: Staff

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

FUN WITH VOLLEYBALL


FAMILIES ON BIKES

CHEER CAMP

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Code: 1602.400 Date: Sun, 6/2 Time: 4:00-6:00 PM Ages: 6 and up Location: Grundahl Park Fee: $10.00* per family Max: 40 Registration Deadline: 5/23 Families on Bikes will be fun for the whole family! This onbike class covers state laws, bike handling skills, safe riding techniques and a community ride to put new skills into practice. The instructor will bring safety materials that each family can take home with them. Participants must bring their bicycle and helmet. Instructor: John Rider Dates: Mon, Wed & Fri, 6/3 – 7/12 Session Age Time Code #1 12-13 10:45-11:45 AM 8765.654 #2 14-18 1:00-2:00 PM 8754.321 Location: Trollway CrossFit (1226 Springdale Street) Fee: $125.00* Min/Max: 4/10 Registration Deadline: 5/28 General preparedness program focusing on strength, speed, agility and power. Coordinator: James Knight

Take a Dip in Our Pool! Community Members enjoy: • Heated indoor pool and spa • Daily drop-in pricing • Family swim passes • Individual swim passes • Senior swim passes Make a splash today!

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Throw a Pool Party! Birthday Party Packages include: • 1 night in a standard room • 3 hrs meeting room and pool • Cake and pizza for 10 kids

Make a grand splash.

TENNIS LESSONS Dates: 6/3 – 7/18 (no program July 4th week) Grades Days Time Code (18-19 school year) 1st-2nd Mon & Wed 9:00-9:45 AM 9054.897 3rd-4th Mon & Wed 9:50-10:50 AM 9152.894 5th-6th Tues & Thurs 8:45-9:45 AM 9250.891 7th-8th Tues & Thurs 9:50-10:50 AM 9358.897 > Classes may be combined depending on number of participants. Location: Viking Park Tennis Courts (behind the Middle School) Fee: $40.00* Min/Max: 6/12 Registration Deadline: 5/23 Basic skills, rules and scoring will be taught and practiced through drills and games. Participants will gain confidence and have fun learning a sport they can play for a lifetime! Please bring a tennis racquet and water bottle. Participants must wear appropriate shoes for tennis (no sandals). We will only schedule two make-ups if program is cancelled due to weather. Coordinator: Staff

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

SPORT PERFORMANCE/CONDITIONING

Dates: Mon through Fri, 6/3 – 6/14 Level Ages Time Code Little Vikings 5-6 9:00-10:00 AM 6548.549 Big Vikings 7-9 10:00-11:00 AM 8548.638 Vikings 10-15 11:00 AM-12:00 PM 1548.727 > Levels may be combined depending on number of participants. Location: Primary Center Gym Fee: $65.00* (includes pompons & t-shirt) $45.00* (includes t-shirt) Min/Max: 10/30 Registration Deadline: 5/16 Each camper will learn cheers, proper hand and body movements as well as jumping techniques. There is a big focus on FUN while each participant learns important life skills such as teamwork and leadership. Cheerleaders will perform at Relay for Life on July 26 and the first Mount Horeb Vikings home football game. Final show is scheduled for June 14. Specific details regarding the final show will be given out at the program. Coordinator: Donna Skogen

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ROOKIE T-BALL

MARTIAL ARTS – SUMMER

Days: Session #1: Mon & Wed, 6/10 – 6/26 (only six classes) Session #2: Mon & Wed, 7/8 – 7/31 Session #3: Mon & Wed, 8/5 – 8/28 Level Time S1 Code S2 Code S3 Code Beginner 5:30-6:30 PM 1745.212 1845.313 1945.414 Intermediate 6:30-7:30 PM 2845.213 2945.314 2045.415 Beginner = First timers through yellow belt rank Intermediate = Rank of green belt and beyond Age: 7 and up (adults included) Location: Early Learning Center Gym Fee: Session 1 = $38.00* Session 2 & 3 = $50.00* Min/Max: 5/15 Registration Deadlines: S1=6/3, S2=7/1, S3=7/29 Develop self-confidence, discipline, and fitness through learning martial arts. Each session will teach the basic strikes, blocks, grappling, weapon handling, and self-defense techniques; as well as control and good character. Adults and children welcome. Instructor: Buran Ayuthia

VETERAN T-BALL

VIKINGS YOUTH TRACK

Code: 5747.403 Dates: Wed, 6/5 – 7/10 (no program on 7/3) Time: 6:45-7:45 PM Ages: 5-6 Location: Sunrise Park Ball Fields Fee: $30.00* (includes t-shirt) Max: 10/team Registration Deadline: 5/16 For those who have played T-Ball previously, this program will help players improve their skills of hitting off a tee, fielding a ground ball, catching, throwing and base running. It will also help children gain confidence in the sport, to prepare for coach pitch. A reduced injury ball is used. Players must wear athletic shoes/cleats and provide their own glove. Due to lice issues in the past, we recommend that players bring their own batting helmet. VOLUNTEER COACHES ARE NEEDED! If you sign up to coach, we will have our coaches meeting on WEDNESDAY, MAY 29TH at 6:00pm at the Senior Center.

COACH PITCH Code: 1987.121 Dates: Tues & Thurs, 6/4 – 7/11 (no program on 7/2 and 7/4) Time: 5:30-6:30 PM or 6:45-7:45 PM (teams will rotate between both times listed) Ages: 6-7 Location: Sunrise Park Ball Fields Fee: $40.00* (includes t-shirt) Max: 10/team Registration Deadline: 5/16 This program is designed for players to improve throwing mechanics, catching a ball thrown by other fielders, and fielding both ground balls and fly balls. Coaches will pitch four balls to each player. If contact is not made, a batting tee will be used. Teams bat until three outs have been achieved or have batted once through the lineup. A reduced injury ball is used. Players must wear athletic shoes/cleats and provide their own glove. Due to lice issues in the past, we recommend that players bring their own batting helmet. VOLUNTEER COACHES ARE NEEDED! If you sign up to coach, we will have our coaches meeting on WEDNESDAY, MAY 29TH at 6:00pm at the Senior Center. For T-Ball and Coach Pitch: Only ONE player request will be granted, and players must request each other. *non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

Dates: Mon & Wed, 6/10 – 6/26 (optional track meet through the Wisconsin Track Club) Session Age Time Code #1 6-10 5:00-6:00 PM 0358.741 #2 11-14 6:00-7:00 PM 0468.752 Location: Mount Horeb High School Track Fee: $50.00* (includes t-shirt, away track meet costs not included) Min/Max: 20/75 Registration Deadline: 5/23 This program will teach participants the fundamentals of track and field which includes: running form and techniques, high/ long/triple jump, hurdles, relays, sprints and distance events. Participants will get a chance to try all events in a fun and safe environment. High School Track coaching staff will be helping instruct participants. There will be a final intrasquad track meet on the last day of the program, June 26th (rain date June 27th). This will be held at the Mount Horeb High School Track. More information on this meet, as well as the Wisconsin Track Club meet, will be given out at the program. Coordinator: Sarah Bagstad

LEADERS OF TOMORROW Code: 4158.901 Dates: Mon through Fri, 6/10 – 6/14 Time: Mon-Thurs 9:30 AM-12:00 PM and Fri 6-10 PM Ages: 11–13 Location: Community Center Lower Level on first day (location will vary for other days) Fee: $50.00* Min/Max: 6/10 Registration Deadline: 6/3 This program will give middle school age students the opportunity to positively impact our community by working together to lend helping hands throughout the Village. Participants will learn about team building, problem-solving and taking leadership in every day roles, through fun games and activities. Participants will use the knowledge and skills learned to partake in some opportunities to give back to the community. It will be a rewarding, learning experience for all. Details regarding locations and Friday evening project will be emailed to participants before program begins. Coordinator: Megan James

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

Code: 3727.302 Dates: Wed, 6/5 – 7/10 (no program on 7/3) Time: 5:30-6:30 PM Ages: 4-5 Location: Sunrise Park Ball Fields Fee: $30.00* (includes t-shirt) Max: 10/team Registration Deadline: 5/16 This program is geared toward first year players and will introduce children to the game of baseball in a fun, non-competitive atmosphere. Emphasis is on the basics of catching, throwing, hitting off a tee, and learning a few basic rules of baseball. Players will learn defensive positions and base running. A reduced injury ball is used. Players must wear athletic shoes/cleats and provide their own glove. Due to lice issues in the past, we recommend that players bring their own batting helmet. VOLUNTEER COACHES ARE NEEDED! If you sign up to coach, we will have our coaches meeting on WEDNESDAY, MAY 29TH at 6:00pm at the Senior Center.


ART CAMP IN THE PARK

Dates: Mon through Fri, 6/10 – 6/14 Grades: 3rd–6th (19-20 school year) Session Time Fee Code Session #1 9:00 AM-12:00 PM $180.00* 1625.414 (Coding Web App Games) Session #2 1:00-4:00 PM $180.00* 3627.014 (Computer Building) Session #3 (both camps) $330.00* 5629.214 Supervised lunch is available for students staying for both morning and afternoon camps. Location: Intermediate Center Cafeteria Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 6/3 Session #1 – Make web app games that you can play on tablets or phones, while learning the text-based language JavaScript. This camp allows you to learn the concepts of game design behind your favorite games with aspects such as collision detection and object relations when creating your own game. By the end of the week, you will be able to walk away with your very own, library of original web app games that you can play at home with a personalized link. Session #2 – As students build Piper and progress through the games, they develop both technical skills and approaches that lead to inventive solutions. Engineering For Kids staff will coach you through this learning system which teaches kids engineering and programming through a combination of engaging storyline, physical building, and Raspberry Pi Edition of Minecraft.

Code: 0412.800 Dates: Mon through Thurs, 6/17 – 6/20 (Art Show on 6/20 at 11:00 AM) Time: 9:00-11:30 AM Ages: 5-12 Location: Grundahl Park Picnic Shelter Fee: $140.00* (snack each day included) Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 6/10 Does your child love art? If so, sign them up for this fun-filled, creative art camp. Each day we will be creating a beautiful project. Participants will be doing an amazing acrylic on canvas, a fun multi-media piece, a gorgeous watercolor painting, and a darling flower vase. We will also do a small craft each day and work on sketch books. On the last day, there will be an art show for the children’s families and friends to come see their masterpieces. A small snack will be provided each day. Instructor: Sara Lenz

Summer Adventures Above and Below Ground! SCIENCE, NATURE & OUTDOOR SKILLS Day Camps for Ages 7-12 and NEW Teen Camp!

KIDS CAMP

Days: Mon through Thurs Ages/Time: Tiny Tots 3-4 year olds - 9:30-11:30 AM (must be able to toilet independently – no exceptions) Juniors 5-7 year olds - 1:00-3:00 PM Location: Grundahl Park Enclosed Shelter Min: 8, Max for tiny tot group: 20, Max for junior group: 25 Fee: $55.00* (each session) Session #1: Kids Camp Amazing Race (6/17 – 6/27) Tiny Tots Code: 4854.210 Juniors Code: 2854.212 Registration Deadline: 6/10 Campers will travel from country to country participating in team challenges and road blocks while collecting stamps on their passport. There will also be some detours, where teams have to decide between two different tasks. Campers will also learn about the country they are traveling to each day. Crafts, snack, and playground time will also be included. Session #2: Animal Planet (7/8 – 7/18) Tiny Tots Code: 4865.310 Juniors Code: 2865.312 Registration Deadline: 7/1 Lions, tigers and bears oh my! Campers will have fun learning about all kinds of different animals from around the world. There will be a scavenger hunt where some “stuffed” animals are sure to be seen. Games and crafts will all have an animal theme. Session #3: Fun and Fitness (7/22 – 8/1) Tiny Tots Code: 4876.410 Juniors Code: 2876.412 Registration Deadline: 7/15 We will incorporate fitness activities into this camp in a fun way. There will also be obstacle courses and different sports to try out. Learn about healthy eating and exercise. You may even get a visit from one of our very own fitness instructors!

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ENGINEERING FOR KIDS – JUNE SUMMER CAMP

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Tiny Tots Code: 4878.510 Juniors Code: 2878.512 Registration Deadline: 7/29 Bam! Pop! Boom! Campers will design and create their very own superhero costume. Games and crafts will all have a superhero theme. A visit from some local superheroes will also be included. Coordinator: Sarah Bagstad *non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee


SOFTBALL SKILLS CAMP

LADY VIKING BASKETBALL SKILLS TRAINING

Dates: Tues, Wed, Thurs, 6/18 - 6/20 (rain date if needed: 6/21) Ages Time Code 8-9 9:00-10:30 AM 7248.018 10-11 10:30 AM–12:00 PM 7358.019 12-14 1:00-2:30 PM 7468.020 Location: Grundahl Park Ball Field Fee: $40.00* Min/Max: 10/30 Registration Deadline: 6/11 This program will focus on the fundamentals of softball: basic rules, throwing, catching, hitting, pitching, base running and position play. Players will hone their skills in a non-competitive environment where the emphasis is on teamwork, fun and proper mechanics. This program is for all skills levels. Instructor: Jadyn Holman

Dates: Mon through Thurs, 7/22 – 7/25 Time Code Session Grades (19-20 school year) #1 K-1st 9:10-10:20 AM 2166.022 #2 2nd-3rd 10:30-11:40 AM 2267.032 #3 4th-6th 11:50 AM-1:00 PM 2368.042 Location: Intermediate Center Gym Fee: $50.00* Min: 10 per session Registration Deadline: 7/15 This camp builds on offensive and defensive skills taught at the June camps along with contests and games to accelerate improvement. Instructors: Doug Stampfli and Chris Benetti

Dates: Tues through Fri, 5/28 – 5/31 Time Code Session Grades (19-20 school year) #1 K-1st 9:10-10:20 AM 9754.454 #2 2nd-3rd 10:30-11:40 AM 9763.463 #3 4th-6th 11:50 AM-1:00 PM 9772.472 Location: Intermediate Center Gym Fee: $50.00* Min: 10 per session Registration Deadline: 5/21 Participants will learn basic skills, concepts and rules of the game through instruction, contests, and mini-games. Instructors: Doug Stampfli and Chris Benetti

Dates: Mon through Thurs, 7/29 – 8/1 Time Code Session Grades (19-20 school year) #1 K-1st 9:10-10:20 AM 1236.263 #2 2nd-3rd 10:30-11:40 AM 2436.264 #3 4th-6th 11:50 AM-1:00 PM 3636.265 Location: Intermediate Center Gym Fee: $50.00* Min: 10 Registration Deadline: 7/22 Participants will learn advanced ball handling, shooting, scoring, defensive skills, and how to most effectively apply them within drills, competitions, and game situations. Instructors: Doug Stampfli and Chris Benetti

LADY VIKING BASKETBALL SHOOTING CAMP

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LADY VIKING BASKETBALL SCORING CAMP Dates: Mon through Thurs, 6/10 – 6/13 Time Code Session Grades (19-20 school year) #1 K-1st 9:10-10:20 AM 3659.090 #2 2nd-3rd 10:30-11:40 AM 3769.091 #3 4th-6th 11:50 AM-1:00 PM 3879.092 Location: Intermediate Center Gym Fee: $50.00* Min: 10 per session Registration Deadline: 6/3 This camp builds on shooting camp skills plus scoring/defending off pivot, dribble, and in post with contests and games. Instructors: Doug Stampfli and Chris Benetti *non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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Dates: Mon through Thurs, 6/3 – 6/6 Time Code Session Grades (19-20 school year) #1 K-1st 9:10-10:20 AM 4234.121 #2 2nd-3rd 10:30-11:40 AM 4344.132 #3 4th-6th 11:50 AM-1:00 PM 4454.143 Location: Intermediate Center Gym Fee: $50.00* Min: 10 Registration Deadline: 5/28 This camp builds on shooting skills taught in fundamentals camp plus ball control and footwork with contests and games. Instructors: Doug Stampfli and Chris Benetti

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LADY VIKING BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS CAMP

LADY VIKING BASKETBALL ADVANCED TRAINING


LITTLE VIKES BOYS BASKETBALL GENERAL CAMP

LITTLE VIKES BOYS BASKETBALL OFFENSIVE SKILLS CAMP

Dates: Mon through Thurs, 6/3 - 6/6 Time Code Session Grades (19-20 school year) #1 1st-2nd 8:00-9:00 AM 1789.098 #2 3rd-4th 9:00-10:00 AM 1887.097 Location: Middle School Gym Fee: $40.00* per session Registration Deadline: 5/28 Both sessions will include age appropriate drills such as dribbling, passing, and shooting. Instructor: Todd Nesheim

YOUTH PROGRAMS

VIKING BOYS BASKETBALL ADVANCED CAMP

Dates: Mon through Thurs, 6/10 – 6/13 Time Code Session Grades (19-20 school year) #1 1st-2nd 8:00-9:00 AM 1414.564 #2 3rd-4th 9:00-10:00 AM 2514.565 Location: Middle School Gym Fee: $40.00* per session Registration Deadline: 6/3 Instructors will breakdown two of the most important skills in basketball (shooting and dribbling). This will be the complete focus of camp and will use individual and team drills/ competitions as lessons. Instructor: Todd Nesheim

LITTLE VIKES BOYS BASKETBALL GAME LEAGUE #1

Code: 9784.635 Dates: Mon & Wed, 6/3 – 7/3 Time: 10:00-11:00 AM Grades: 8th–9th (19-20 school year) Location: Middle School Gym Fee: $90.00* Registration Deadline: 5/28 This camp is designed like ten varsity practices. Participants will run through drills, terms, and learn offensive and defensive strategies that they will use as they move into middle and high school basketball. This camp is strongly encouraged if your son is going to be a High School basketball player. Instructor: Todd Nesheim

Session #1: Mon & Wed, 6/17 – 7/3 Group A: Grades 2nd/3rd/4th - 8:00-9:00 AM, Code: 7002.135 Group B: Grades 5th/6th/7th/8th - 9:00-10:00 AM, Code: 7012.137 Session #2: Tues & Thurs, 6/18 – 7/9 (no program on 7/4) Grades 5th/6th/7th/8th - 9:00-10:00 AM Code: 7022.139 Location: Middle School Gym Fee: $40.00* Registration Deadline: 6/10 This is a game league that will vary from 3 on 3 to 5 on 5 offenses along with shooting drills. Participants will be divided into equal teams and play games incorporating motion offense principals. Kids are welcome to participate in multiple sessions as long as it’s grade level appropriate. Instructor: Todd Nesheim

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AMERICAN RED CROSS BABYSITTING CLASSES - SUMMER

Dates: Mon through Thurs, 7/29 – 8/1 Session Grades (19-20 school year) Time Code #1 2nd–4th 8:00-9:00 AM 5858.900 #2 5th–8th 9:00-10:00 AM 5867.932 Location: Middle School Gym Fee: $40.00* Registration Deadline: 7/22 This is a game league that will vary from 3 on 3 to 5 on 5 offenses along with shooting drills. Participants will be divided into equal teams based on grade level and play games incorporating motion offense principals. Instructor: Todd Nesheim

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VIKINGS BOYS BASKETBALL GAME LEAGUE #3

WEDNESDAY WIGGLES AT THE PARK! Dates and Location: June 19 – Sunrise Park (119 Telemark Parkway) July 10 – Sutter Farm Park (1600 Green Valley Road) July 31 – Grundahl Park (Blue Mounds Street) Age: All ages Time: 9:00-10:00 AM Fee: FREE (no registration necessary) Explore and play at the park this summer! The Rec Van will be at the parks listed above to provide equipment for families to enjoy. This is an outdoor, open play time for kids of all ages. Depending on number of people in attendance, specific activities and games may be organized. There will be no rescheduling of dates, if cancelled due to weather.

CHESS WIZARDS Code: 1984.215 Dates: Mon through Fri, 7/22-7/26 Ages: 6-12 Time: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Location: Community Center—Lower Level Fee: $180.00* (includes: snack, trophy, t-shirt, folder and puzzle workbook) Min/Max: 10/40 Registration Deadline: 7/15 Join us this summer for tons of challenging chess lessons, exciting games and cool prizes. You’ll improve your chess skills, meet new friends, and work out your most powerful muscle – your brain! Our camps include fun team chess games (like bughouse), recess time (of course), snacks, tournaments, and puzzles. Each camper receives a t-shirt, trophy, and puzzle folder. Unleash your brain power and spend part of your summer with Chess Wizards! Our interactive curriculum makes learning fun for new and seasoned players alike. Instructor: Chess Wizards Experienced Instructors

YOUTH SOCCER Dates: 7/15 – 8/15 Max: 40 per session Registration Deadline: 6/27 This program stresses the fundamentals of soccer and sportsmanship in a fun, relaxing atmosphere where all participants get equal playing time. Participants need to wear soccer cleats or tennis shoes and shin guards. Please bring a water bottle. A t-shirt is included in the fee. Only ONE player request will be granted, and players must request each other. Volunteer coaches are needed! If you sign up to coach, we will have our coaches meeting on Thursday, July 11th at 6:00 PM at the Senior Center. Ages Day Time Location Fee Code: 4 year old Coed Mon 5:30-6:15 PM Sunrise Park $25.00* 9632.010 4 year old Coed Tues 6:30-7:15 PM Sunrise Park $25.00* 9643.012 5-6 year old Girls Tues 5:15-6:15 PM Sunrise Park $25.00* 9654.023 5-6 year old Girls Thurs 5:30-6:30 PM Sunrise Park $25.00* 9665.034 5 year old Boys Wed 5:30-6:30 PM Sunrise Park $25.00* 9676.045 6 year old Boys Mon 6:30-7:30 PM Sunrise Park $25.00* 9687.056 7-8 year old Boys Mon & Wed 5:30-6:30 PM Liberty Park $35.00* 9697.067 7-8 year old Girls Tues & Thurs 5:30-6:30 PM Liberty Park $35.00* 9608.078 9-10 year old Coed Mon & Thurs 6:30-7:30 PM Liberty Park $35.00* 9619.089 Sessions may be combined depending on number of participants *non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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Dates: Mon through Thurs, 8/5 – 8/8 Session Grades (19-20 school year) Time Code #1 2nd–4th 8:00-9:00 AM 8749.404 #2 5th–8th 9:00-10:00 AM 9849.424 Location: Middle School Gym Fee: $40.00* Registration Deadline: 7/29 This is a game league that will vary from 3 on 3 to 5 on 5 offenses along with shooting drills. Participants will be divided into equal teams based on grade level and play games incorporating motion offense principals. Instructor: Todd Nesheim

Session #1: Sat, 6/15 Code: 2415.657 Session #2: Sat, 8/3 Code: 3416.678 Time: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM (please bring a sack lunch) Ages: 10-15 Location: Library meeting room Fee: $95.00* (per session) Min/Max: 8/10 Registration Deadline: S1=6/10, S2=7/29 This class will provide youth, who are planning to babysit, with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training will help participants develop leadership skills, learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe and help children behave. Students will also learn about basic child care and first aid. Students must bring a sack lunch. Instructor: Anissa Fellenz


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CHILDREN’S DANCE WITH ELLEN WARSAW

POTTERY FOR KIDS - SUMMER

Summer Dance Project (6 week session) Dates: Mon, 7/1 – 8/5 Level Ages Time Code Technique I 4-7 4:00-5:00 PM 4217.089 Technique II 8-12 5:10-6:10 PM 4318.081 Technique III 10-14 6:20-7:20 PM 4419.092 Dance experience or consent from instructor required for Technique II and III classes. Instructor reserves the right to combine or change classes if necessary. Location: Senior Center Fee: $95.00* (art fee included) Min/Max: 6/10 Registration Deadline: 6/25 * Dance taught as an ART FORM * Alternative dance curriculum * Includes: CLASSICAL BALLET & MODERN DANCE TECHNIQUES, A DANCE PIECE PERFORMANCE AND ARTWORK THAT WILL CREATE A SET FOR DANCE. * Summer is a great time to dance! * Ongoing classes – Dance school year: Spring, Summer and Fall * DANCE ATTIRE REQUIRED FOR ALL LEVELS: Girls: Plain leotard (solid color), tights or ankle socks, and pink leather ballet slippers (no cloth slippers or tutus please). BOYS: plain t-shirt, biking shorts, and black leather ballet slippers. Instructor: Ellen Warsaw

Dates/Times: Tues, 7/9 – 8/20 (no class 7/30), 4:00-5:00 PM Code: 7112.616 Wed, 7/10 – 8/21 (no class 7/31), 10:00-11:00 AM Code: 8113.626 Ages: 6 and up Location: Center Ground Studios (302 E. Lincoln Street) Fee: $120.00* per session Min/Max: 3/4 Registration Deadline: 7/2 This is a kid focused class where kids are encouraged to explore clay, get their hands messy, and have fun. The six week long class teaches you the basics of pottery using a combination of visual aids, practical demonstration, and hands-on experience. Kids will make cups, bowls, and plates throughout the class. All of the final pieces will be dishwasher, microwave, and food safe. Instructor: Heidi Clayton

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PLAY IN CLAY - BEGINNER Code: 9891.106 Dates: Wed, 7/10 – 8/7 (no class on 7/31) Time: 9:00-10:00 AM Ages: 6-10 Location: Center Ground Studios (302 E. Lincoln Street) Fee: $75.00* per session Min/Max: 4/10 Registration Deadline: 7/3 Introduce your children to the wonderful world of clay. In this class, participants will be encouraged to express their creative side through different hand building methods like pinching, coiling, and slab building. We will have a variety of project ideas to spark any imagination as well as a knowledgeable instructor to help guide your child through the technical aspects of building, firing, and glazing their one of a kind pieces of art. Instructor: Heidi Clayton

NFL FLAG FOOTBALL **PLEASE NOTE: We will not take player/team requests for 4th–8th grade flag football. The only requests that will be granted are siblings being placed on the same team. Coaching together, riding together, friends, etc will not be considered. Only ONE player request will be granted for K-3rd grades and players must request each other. NFL FLAG is the premier youth flag football league for boys and girls. Each participant will receive an NFL replica jersey. This program provides young players a fun and exciting opportunity to engage in non-contact, continuous action while learning lessons in teamwork. It is designed to educate players about football while emphasizing participation and sportsmanship. Players learn skills and lessons that help them succeed both on and off the field. Volunteer coaches are needed. We will have a coaches meeting on Wednesday, August 7 for K-3rd grade and Thursday, August 8 for 4th–8th grade. Mouth guard is optional for K-2nd grade and required for 3rd-8th grade. There will be a skills assessment for the 4th–8th grade players, so that teams can be split evenly. More information on this will be given out at a later date. Location: Grundahl Park, Waltz Park, Garfield Park or Primary Center Fields Min/Max: 8/10 per team Registration Deadline: 7/25 (please register early to ensure your child receives an NFL replica jersey) Grade (19/20 year) Dates Days Time Fee Code K-1st Coed 8/14 – 10/16 Wed 5:30-6:45 PM $55.00* 1336.021 2nd Coed 8/13 – 10/12 Tues/Sat 5:30-6:45 PM/Sat TBD $65.00* 1346.032 3rd Coed 8/15 – 10/12 Thurs/Sat 5:30-6:45 PM/Sat TBD $65.00* 1356.043 4th Coed 8/13 – 10/26 Tues/Sat 5:30-6:45 PM/Sat TBD $75.00* 1366.054 5th Coed 8/12 – 10/26 Mon/Sat 5:30-6:45 PM/Sat TBD $75.00* 1376.065 6th Coed 8/12 – 10/26 Mon/Sat 5:30-6:45 PM/Sat TBD $75.00* 1386.076 7th-8th Coed 8/14 – 10/26 Wed/Sat 5:30-6:45 PM/Sat TBD $75.00* 1396.087 Sign up your child based on the grade they will be entering for the 2019/2020 school year. There will be a 4th–8th grade final league tournament in Fitchburg and/or Verona on October 26th. If tournament is cancelled due to weather, there will be no make-up. More details will be given out at a later date. 4th-8th grade games will include teams from Cottage Grove, Cross Plains, Fitchburg, McFarland, Monona, Stoughton, Verona and Waunakee. 14 • Register Online: https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd

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ADVANCED WHEEL THROWING - SUMMER

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Code: 7165.344 Dates: Wed, 7/10 – 8/21 (no class on 7/31) Time: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM Ages: 6 and up Location: Center Ground Studios (302 E. Lincoln Street) Fee: $120.00* per session Min/Max: 3/4 Registration Deadline: 7/3 Advanced wheel throwing is intended as a continuation of our beginner wheel throwing class or for anyone who has experience with the potter’s wheel. We will focus on learning new forms, techniques, and surface treatments to expand your understanding of the functionality of pottery and of its role in the art world. Instructor: Heidi Clayton

Dates: Sat, 7/13 – 8/3 Level Time Code Beginner 8:30-9:30 AM 1043.345 Continuing 9:45-10:45 AM 1054.456 Ages: 10-15 Location: Viking Park Tennis Courts (behind the Middle School) Fee: $40.00* per level Min/Max: 5/10 Registration Deadline: 7/3 Beginner = Focuses on range rules, safety rules, and fundamentals of archery through games and competitions. Continuing = Focuses more on advanced skills and techniques. Equipment will be provided for use during program, but participants may bring their own bow if desired. Instructor: Tony King

Dates: Mon through Thurs, 7/22 – 7/25 Session Ages Time Code #1 9-11 9:30-11:00 AM 4965.213 #2 12-14 11:00 AM–12:30 PM 4075.215 Location: Middle School Gym Fee: $50.00* Min/Max: 10/30 Registration Deadline: 7/8 We will focus on age appropriate skills of passing, setting, hitting and serving. We will also have an orientation to the court, team concepts and game play. Instructor: Tom Shay

EXPLORE BOWHUNTING

ENGINEERING FOR KIDS – JULY SUMMER CAMP Dates: Mon through Fri, 7/22 – 7/26 Session Grade Time Fee Code #1 K-2nd 9:30 AM-12:00 PM $175.00* 7651.561 (LEGO® WeDo™ Robotics) #2 3rd-6th 1:00-4:00 PM $175.00* 8752.563 (LEGO® Robotics & Computer Programming) Location: Community Center - Lower Level Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 7/15 Session #1 – Campers design, build, and program exciting robots using LEGO’s advanced technology. Students work in teams as they collaborate and brainstorm ideas to build robots using motors and sensors. After building the model, they write codes using visual programming language to make the robot rotate, jump, spin, make sounds, and more! Session #2 – Welcome to the world of robotics and computer programming! Each day you will design and program the latest generation of LEGO® robots (EV3) to perform challenges. You will program your robots using the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 software, which is based on National Instruments LabVIEW™, the industry-leading graphical programming language used by scientists and engineers worldwide! Instructor: Engineering For Kids of Dane County Instructor

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Code: 1065.567 Dates: Sat, 8/10 – 8/31 Time: 9:00-11:00 AM Ages: 11-17 Location: TBD Fee: $80.00* Min/Max: 5/10 Registration Deadline: 8/1 This program will connect students with the outdoors and enhance their encounters with nature. Students will learn a variety of skills such as: how to build a blind, how to use calls, how to judge distance to a target, how to field dress game animals, and much more. Equipment will be provided for use during program, but participants may bring their own bow if desired. Instructor: Tony King

ART CART EXTRA! Code: 2416.421 Date: Sat, 7/20 Time: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Age: Bring the whole family Location: Grundahl Park Open Picnic Shelter Fee: FREE (pre-registration is required) Max: 30 Registration Deadline: 7/16 The Art Cart EXTRA is a traveling art program that provides art activities geared for children of all ages. Pre-registration is required so instructors can bring enough supplies for everyone. All children must be accompanied by a supervising adult. Art Cart EXTRA is sponsored by the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.

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ADVENTURES IN KINDERGARTEN

POTTERY FOR KIDS - FALL

Dates: Session #1: Tues, 8/13 Code: 7215.621 Session #2: Wed, 8/14 Code: 8315.642 Time: 9:00-11:00 AM Location: Early Learning Center Library Age: Must be entering Kindergarten Fall 2019 Fee: $20.00* per session Min/Max: 5/10 Registration Deadline: 8/6 Give your preschooler a chance to transition and adjust to the ELC and some of the routines of Kindergarten before it begins. This class will boost your child’s self-confidence prior to their first day of school. They will have a chance to socialize and learn about some of the expectations encountered in Kindergarten from teachers to peers. This play-based class will provide a loving and nurturing opportunity for your child before heading off to Kindergarten. Instructors: Amanda Rockow and Cathy Fountas

Dates: Tues, 9/10 – 10/15 Code: 8012.600 Wed, 9/11 – 10/16 Code: 8212.602 Time: 4:00-5:00 PM Ages: 6 and up Location: Center Ground Studios (302 E. Lincoln Street) Fee: $120.00* per session Min/Max: 3/4 Registration Deadline: 9/4 This is a kid focused class where kids are encouraged to explore clay, get their hands messy, and have fun. The six week long class teaches you the basics of pottery using a combination of visual aids, practical demonstration, and hands-on experience. Kids will make cups, bowls, and plates throughout the class. All of the final pieces will be dishwasher, microwave, and food safe. Instructor: Heidi Clayton

MARTIAL ARTS – FALL Dates: Session #1: Mon & Wed, 9/9 – 10/2 Session #2: Mon & Wed, 10/7 – 10/30 Session #3: Mon & Wed, 11/4 – 12/2 (no class on 11/27) Level Time S1 Code S2 Code S3 Code Beginner 5:30-6:30 PM 0213.414 0314.515 0414.615 Intermediate 6:30-7:30 PM 4213.416 4314.516 4414.616 Beginner = First timers through yellow belt rank Intermediate = Rank of green belt and beyond Ages: 7 and up (adults included) Location: Session 1 & 2 - Early Learning Center Gym Session 3 - Intermediate Center Cafeteria Fee: $50.00* Min/Max: 5/15 per session Registration Deadline: S1=9/3, S2=9/30, S3=10/28 Develop self-confidence, discipline, and fitness through learning martial arts. Each session will teach the basic strikes, blocks, grappling, weapon handling, and self-defense techniques, as well as control and good character. Adults and children welcome. Instructor: Buran Ayuthia

LITTLE STAR KICKERS SOCCER Location: Sunrise Park Ball Field #2 Fee: $105.00* per session (includes t-shirt) Registration Deadline: 8/28 Session Age Dates Day Time Code #1 3 years 9/4 – 10/9 Wed 4:00-4:40 PM 7215.001 #2 4 years 9/4 – 10/9 Wed 4:45-5:30 PM 7316.002 #3 5-6 years 9/4 – 10/9 Wed 5:35-6:30 PM 7417.003 #4 3 years 9/9 – 10/14 Mon 4:00-4:40 PM 7518.004 #5 4 years 9/9 – 10/14 Mon 4:45-5:30 PM 7619.005 #6 5-6 years 9/9 – 10/14 Mon 5:35-6:30 PM 7710.006 Little Star Kickers LLC is a complete soccer program for boys and girls 3-6 years of age. Not all children develop at the same rate and our dynamic soccer classes allow every child to have a chance to play and improve through our specifically designed games and drills. Our goal is for the kids to learn soccer with a smile on their face, and look forward to every class throughout the session. Please wear tennis shoes or soccer cleats and bring a water bottle. For more information, visit www.littlestarkickers.com. Instructor: Sam Koeppe 16 • Register Online: https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd

ADVANCED WHEEL THROWING - FALL Code: 7154.323 Dates: Wed, 9/11 – 10/16 Time: 5:00-6:00 PM Ages: 6 and up Location: Center Ground Studios (302 E. Lincoln Street) Fee: $120.00* per session Min/Max: 3/4 Registration Deadline: 9/4 Advanced wheel throwing is intended as a continuation of our beginner wheel throwing class or for anyone who has experience with the potter’s wheel. We will focus on learning new forms, techniques, and surface treatments to expand your understanding of the functionality of pottery and of its role in the art world. Instructor: Heidi Clayton

AFTER-SCHOOL CHORUS – JOY OF SINGING Code: 9625.323 Dates: Tues, 9/10 – 11/12 Time: 3:30-4:30 PM Grades: 3rd-6th Location: Intermediate Center Step Room Fee: $75.00* Min/Max: 15/40 Registration Deadline: 9/3 SING, SING, SING! We will sing a variety of music, learn to blend our voices to make beautiful harmony and have FUN! We will have a performance of songs at the end of the program (time to be determined). Instructor: Katy Morkri

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BASIC DANCE FOR KIDS IN SPORTS 10 WEEK SESSION

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Code: 9928.394 Dates: Mon, 9/16 – 11/18 Time: 7:15-8:15 PM Ages: 8-11 Location: Senior Center Fee: $130.00* Min/Max: 5/12 Registration Deadline: 9/9 This class will include basic dance techniques to prevent sports injuries. Boys and girls will learn how to use their bodies correctly, become aware of proper alignment, and gain a connection to working with their own bodies in movement. Instructor: Ellen Warsaw

CHILDREN’S DANCE WITH ELLEN WARSAW

KIDS PAINTING CLASS—HELLO MR. SCARECROW Code: 8635.154 Date: Sat, 10/19 Time: 1:00-3:00 PM Ages: 5 and up Location: Community Center—Lower Level Fee: $40.00* Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadlines: 10/11 For this class, each child will be doing a beautiful painting of a Halloween scene with a scarecrow in a pumpkin patch. They will be using acrylic paint on a 16 x 20 canvas. Throughout this project, we will work on shading and using complimentary colors. These paintings turn out colorful and whimsical and are so much fun to do! Instructor: Sara Lenz

KID CHEF IN ACTION Code: 6514.001 Date: Fri, 10/18 Time: 5:30–7:30 PM Age: 5-10 Location: Middle School FACS Classroom (meet in the front atrium) Fee: $25.00* Min/Max: 12/30 Registration Deadline: 10/10 Be your own chef for the night! Each participant will create and bake their own dinner to eat while learning about different foods through games and activities. This is the perfect recipe for showing kids how to have fun with food in a safe environment. Please note any food allergies by the registration deadline to help with preparation. Coordinator: Sarah James

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

12 WEEK SESSION Dates: Mon, 9/16 – 12/9 (no class on 11/25) Level Ages Time Code Pre-Ballet I, II & III 4-6 4:30-5:00 PM 4801.121 Beginning Ballet I & II 6-11 5:15-6:05 PM 4802.132 Ballet I & II 11-16 6:15-7:05 PM 4803.143 Dance experience or consent from instructor required for Beginning Ballet I & II level and up. Instructor reserves the right to combine or change classes if necessary. Location: Senior Center Fee: $155.00* per level Min/Max: 5/10 Registration Deadline: 9/10 * Dance taught as an ART FORM * Alternative Dance Curriculum * Combines: CLASSICAL BALLET & MODERN DANCE TECHNIQUES, CREATIVE DANCE & IMPROVISATION, DANCEDRAMA, CLASS PROJECTS EXPLORING MANY DANCE STYLES AND FINAL PERFORMANCE. * Ongoing classes – Dance school year: Spring, Summer and Fall * DANCE ATTIRE REQUIRED FOR ALL LEVELS: Girls: Plain leotard (solid color), tights or ankle socks, and pink ballet slippers (no cloth slippers or tutus please). BOYS: plain t-shirt, biking shorts, and black ballet slippers Instructor: Ellen Warsaw

Dates: Fri, 9/20 – 10/25 Session Grade Time Fee Code #1 3rd-6th 3:35 – 5:00 PM $150.00* 5236.306 (Learn to Code – Python Blocky) #2 K-2nd 5:20 – 6:20 PM $120.00* 6336.317 (STEM Club Aerospace Engineering) Location: Intermediate Center Step Room Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 9/12 Session #1 – Students will solve computing problems and learn real-world skills that software developers use every day. Go from true beginner to writing custom games in Python, while having a blast along the way. Coding has never been cooler. Session #2 – This class will introduce our youngest engineers to fundamental concepts of aircraft and spacecraft design. Through open and focused exploration, students explore and construct airplanes, rockets, hot air balloons, and more. Instructor: Engineering For Kids of Dane County Staff


MIDDLE SCHOOL – THRIVE VS SURVIVE

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Code: 4000.914 Dates: Tues, 9/24 Time: 6:30-8:00 PM Location: Senior Center Fee: $15.00* Min/Max: 6/12 Registration Deadline: 9/17 What if you could Thrive, not just Survive, in Middle School? Learn ways to navigate situations you may face from friendships to homework and more. Develop skills using mindfulness, intention, and creativity to help you ride the roller coaster of Middle School. Instructor: Tia Fagan & Angele Mlsna

YOUTH PROGRAMS

3RD- 8TH GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL (BADGER DEVELOPMENTAL LEAGUE AND BIG TEN BASKETBALL LEAGUE) Open to boys who are Mount Horeb residents or in the school district Dates: October – February Days: Varies, two practices per week with games on Saturdays or Sundays (7th & 8th graders will practice fewer times per week when school ball is running) Location: Practices = Gyms in Mount Horeb Games = Home or Away Fee: $115.00* (uniform fee is not included) Grades: 3rd grade - Code: 1384.313 4th grade - Code: 1484.414 5th grade - Code: 1584.515 6th grade - Code: 1684.616 7th grade - Code: 1784.717 8th grade - Code: 1884.818 Registration Deadline: 9/20 A mandatory parent meeting will be held for all grade levels, at the Middle School Gym on Thursday, September 19 at 7:30 PM. If you have interest in coaching, please email Kent Gilkes at kcgilkes@charter.net. High School offense and defense strategies will be taught. A skills assessment will be held on Sunday, September 22 and Sunday, September 29. Specifics on this assessment will be given out at the parent meeting. Based on the skills assessment, boys will play in the Badger Developmental League or the Big Ten League. Big Ten League – The 3rd grade Big Ten includes teams from Belleville, Verona, and Barneveld. The 4th-6th grade Big Ten includes teams from Cross Plains, Fitchburg, Middleton, Verona and Waunakee. One game per Saturday will be played beginning in January. The unique aspect of this league is that rules are slightly altered and the official will help instruct players during games. Badger Developmental League – This league is more competitive than the Big Ten League playing against teams in and around Dane County. The BDL aspires to provide competitively-balanced programs the opportunity to compete in league games entirely on six dates. Five regular season with a season ending tournament. Games on each date are all in the same community.

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3RD – 8TH GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL (BADGER DEVELOPMENTAL LEAGUE AND BIG TEN BASKETBALL LEAGUE) Open to girls who are Mount Horeb residents or in the school district Dates: October – February Days: Varies, two practices per week with games on Saturdays or Sundays (7th & 8th graders will practice fewer times per week when school ball is running) Location: Practices = Gyms in Mount Horeb Games = Home or Away Fee: $115.00* (uniform fee is not included) Grades: 3rd grade - Code: 3163.103 4th grade - Code: 4164.104 5th grade - Code: 5165.105 6th grade - Code: 6166.106 7th grade - Code: 7167.107 8th grade - Code: 8167.108 Registration Deadline: 9/20 A mandatory parent meeting will be held for all grade levels, at the Middle School Gym on Tuesday, September 24 at 7:30 PM. If you have interest in coaching, please contact Matt Anderson at (608) 234-2317. High School offense and defense strategies will be taught. A skills assessment will be held on Sunday, September 29th. Specifics on this assessment will be given out at the parent meeting. Based on the skills assessment, girls will play in the Badger Developmental League or the Big Ten League. Big Ten League – The 3rd grade Big Ten includes teams from Belleville, Verona, and Barneveld. The 4th-6th grade Big Ten includes teams from Cross Plains, Fitchburg, Middleton, Verona and Waunakee. One game per Saturday will be played beginning in January. The unique aspect of this league is that rules are slightly altered and the official will help instruct players during games. Badger Developmental League – This league is more competitive than the Big Ten League playing against teams in and around Dane County. The BDL aspires to provide competitively-balanced programs the opportunity to compete in league games entirely on six dates. Five regular season with a season ending tournament. Games on each date are all in the same community.

AMERICAN RED CROSS BABYSITTING CLASS Code: 6153.421 Date: Sat, 9/28 Time: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM (please bring a sack lunch) Ages: 10-15 Location: Library meeting room Fee: $95.00* Min/Max: 8/10 Registration Deadline: 9/23 This class will provide youth, who are planning to babysit, with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training will help participants develop leadership skills, learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe and help children behave. Students will also learn about basic child care and first aid. Students must bring a sack lunch. Instructor: Anissa Fellenz

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee


BITTY BASKETBALL (PARENT/CHILD)

Code: 2658.898 Dates: Mon through Thurs, 10/14 – 10/17 Time: 3:45-4:45 PM Grades: 4th–6th Location: Primary Center Gym Fee: $40.00* Registration Deadline: 10/7 This is a game league that will vary from 3 on 3 to 5 on 5 offenses along with shooting drills. Participants will be divided into equal teams based on grade level and play games incorporating motion offense principals. Instructor: Todd Nesheim

Code: 8456.125 Dates: Wed, 11/13 – 12/11 (no program on 11/27) Time: 5:00-5:45 PM Ages: 3½ -4 Location: Early Learning Center Gym Fee: $20.00* Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 11/6 Learn the fundamentals of basketball with your child in a fun environment. We will have stations around the gym with different drills and skills being practiced at each one. Coordinator: Megan James

FAMILY INSPIRATIONS FOR THE NEW YEAR

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Code: 4110.925 Dates: Tues, 11/12 Time: 6:30-8:00 PM Location: Senior Center Fee: $15.00* per parent/child pair Min/Max: 6/12 Registration Deadline: 11/5 The new year is just around the corner. Do you have a vision for your family in 2020? Spend time with your child and explore your hopes and dreams. Create a vision board together to take home. Instructor: Tia Fagan & Angele Mlsna

SATURDAY MORNING FITNESS SAMPLER

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Code: 7825.101 Date: Sat, 5/4 Time: 8:00-10:00 AM Location: High School Main Gym Fee: $15.00* Min/Max: 8/20 Registration Deadline: 4/25 Have you wanted to try out one of our fitness classes, but weren’t sure if you would like it? Or maybe you just want to get in a great workout on a Saturday morning? Catch a glimpse and sample three of our adult fitness classes: WERQ, Zumba/Zumba Toning and Total Body Fitness. We will do a warm-up starting at 8:00 AM sharp and then each sampler class will be around 30 minutes followed by a cool down at the end. Join us for a morning to focus on you and jumpstart those health goals! Please bring a water bottle. Instructors: Angie Fillner (WERQ), Sandra Fenoglia (Zumba/ Zumba Toning) and Beth Trainor (Total Body Fitness)

2019 Creepy Crawl Date: Thursday, October 24 Time: Less Scary Experience from 6:00-7:00 PM Scarier Experience from 7:15-8:15 PM Starting Point: 4th Street entrance of the Military Ridge Trail Ending Point: 2nd Street by the Military Ridge Trail Shelter Fee: $2.00 per person (pay on site)

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Our Creepy Crawl is a haunted hike through part of the Military Ridge Trail. The trail will be lit by carved pumpkins and lined with spooks and scares of all kinds. After the hike is completed, you can visit our spooky nook which is the home to a witch with her brew and some tasty treats. There will be hay wagon rides and Havens Mobile Petting Zoo to add to the fun! This unique activity can be enjoyed by all ages. Feel free to dress in your costume to add to the Halloween atmosphere. After all of the Creepy Crawl fun, be sure to go trick or treating at the local businesses on Main Street. Caution to parents: this hike may scare children of any age and will include scary costumes and props. Coordinator: Megan James, Recreation Assistant

Volunteers are needed to help spook the trail! Contact the Mount Horeb Recreation Department (608) 437-3400 *non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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YOUTH/ADULT PROGRAMS & CREEPY CRAWL

LITTLE VIKES BOYS BASKETBALL GAME LEAGUE


ADULT PROGRAMS

COUCH TO 5K – INTRODUCTION TO RUNNING

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Code: 1155.501 Dates: 4/16 – 6/11 Time: Tues, 7:00-8:00 PM Location: Meet at the Military Ridge Bike Shelter (116 S. 2nd Street) Fee: $40.00* (couch to 5K shirt included) Min/Max: 8/15 Registration Deadline: 4/2 ARE YOU READY TO MAKE A CHANGE? This beginners training program aims to prepare you gradually to run a 5K race, which we will run on the Military Ridge Trail on June 11. The secret to this program is a gentle introduction to getting the body moving, starting off alternating between walking and running small distances, and slowly building up until you’re ready to run 5 kilometers non-stop. Nutrition and stretching information included. Participants will be required to exercise outside of class each day. Please wear reflective clothing for the April dates, as it could get dark towards the end of our workouts. Running Coach: Jill Dudley

TOTAL BODY FITNESS (TUESDAY/THURSDAY) Dates: Summer: 6/4 – 8/20 (no class on 7/4) Code: 1354.212 Time: 6:00-6:30 PM Fee: $33.00* Fall: 9/3 – 11/14 Code: 1456.214 Time: 6:00-7:00 PM Fee: $66.00* Location: High School Weight Room Min/Max: 15/30 Registration Deadline: Summer=5/28, Fall=8/27 This class is designed to improve fitness and overall health. Tone muscles while boosting your balance, flexibility, endurance and speed. We will use dumbbells, resistance bands, fitness machines, elevated benches and other equipment. Exercises can be modified to accommodate all fitness levels. Please bring a water bottle and mat to class. Instructor: Beth Trainor

ZUMBA! Code: 6154.200 Dates: Tues, 5/28 – 8/13 (no class on 6/11) Time: 7:00-8:00 PM Location: Early Learning Center Gym Fee: $50.00* per session Min/Max: 10/40 Registration Deadline: 5/21 Zumba® is a fusion of Latin and International music/ dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting and based on the principle that a workout should be “FUN AND EASY TO DO.” The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. Please bring a water bottle. Instructor: Sandra Welch

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ZUMBA TONING Code: 3023.512 Dates: Mon, 6/3 – 8/19 (no class on 6/10) Time: 7:00-8:00 PM Location: Senior Center Fee: $50.00* per session Min/Max: 10/40 Registration Deadline: 5/23 Instructor will bring toning sticks to use during class. Zumba Toning incorporates weighted toning sticks to the Zumba workout that participants use almost like maracas. The toning sticks, which are available in different weights, function like dumbbells to act as resistance weights. These sticks are filled with sand, which help to move with you during your movements. Please bring a water bottle. Instructor: Sandra Welch

PICKLEBALL

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Code: 8345.789 Dates: Tues & Fri, 6/4 - 8/16 (no program on 7/2 and 7/5) Time: Tues – 6:00-9:00 PM Fri – 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Location: Viking Park Tennis Courts (behind the Middle School) Fee: $15.00* for the season Min/Max: 10/40 Registration Deadline: 5/23 Once you register for this program, you will receive the code for the lock on the ball box. Items in this ball box will include: pickleball net, pickleballs, and a few racquets (please bring your own if you have one). You can open up the ball box when you get to the courts at the specified days and times above. The person last to leave, must place everything back into the ball box and close the lock. There will be two courts taped for pickleball.

WERQ (CARDIO DANCE WORKOUT) Dates: Summer: Sun, 6/9 – 8/11 Code: 5367.879 Fall: Sun, 9/8 – 11/10 Code: 6368.898 Time: 6:00-7:00 PM Location: Intermediate Center Cafeteria Fee: $60.00* per session Min/Max: 10/40 Registration Deadline: Summer= 6/4, Fall=9/4 WERQ is a wildly addictive cardio dance workout based on the hottest pop and hip hop music. Expect to burn 500-900 calories each hour of WERQ! All dance and fitness abilities are welcome. Please bring a water bottle. Instructor: Angie Fillner

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee


FIT FOR LIFE

CO-ED VOLLEYBALL - FALL

Dates: Summer #1: Tues/Thurs, 6/4 – 7/11 Code: 1425.300 Summer #2: Tues/Thurs, 7/23 – 8/29 Code: 1436.311 Fall #1: Tues/Thurs, 9/3 – 10/10 Code: 2525.303 Fall #2: Tues/Thurs, 10/15 – 11/21 Code: 2536.314 Time: 8:00-8:45 AM Location: Senior Center Fee: $48.00* per session Min/Max: 20/35 Registration Deadline: S1=5/28, S2=7/16, F1=8/27, F2=10/8 Low impact cardio and strengthtraining fitness class which also includes balancing exercises, stability work, and stretching. Standing and sitting exercises with optional chair support. Class is designed for a moderate, beginner to intermediate level work out. Instructor: Jen Feltz

Code: 1743.564 Dates: Wed, 9/4 – 12/11 (no program on 11/27) Time: 7:15-9:15 PM Fee: $35.00* Location: Middle School Gym Drop-in Fee: $5.00 per night (drop-ins will only be available if minimums are met and program runs) Min/Max: 16/24 Registration Deadline: 8/28 This league does not keep standings or provide referees. Different teams are formed each night depending on number of players in attendance. Participants are responsible for assisting supervisor with setting up and taking down nets.

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Dates: Summer #1: Tues/Thurs, 6/4 – 7/11 Code: 8425.308 Summer #2: Tues/Thurs, 7/23 – 8/29 Code: 8436.319 Fall #1: Tues/Thurs, 9/3 – 10/10 Code: 8525.318 Fall #2: Tues/Thurs, 10/15 – 11/21 Code: 8536.329 Time: 7:00-7:45 AM Location: Senior Center Fee: $75.00* per session Min/Max: 10/12 Registration Deadline: S1=5/28, S2=7/16, F1=8/27, F2=10/8 This class will challenge your strength and flexibility while engaging your deepest abdominal muscles. Enjoy improved strength, better posture, flatter abdominals, and lean strength. Learn proper form and progress at your own pace. Instructor: Jen Feltz

MEN’S 30+ SOFTBALL LEAGUE

Session #1: (children ages 1-10), Thurs, 9/12 Code: 8765.123 Session #2: (tweens and teens), Thurs, 9/19 Code: 9876.012 Time: 6:30-8:00 PM Location: Senior Center Fee: $25.00* per session Min/Max: 6/25 Registration Deadline: S1=9/5, S2=9/12 Are you struggling with how to navigate screen time in your family? In this class we will explore the benefits and pitfalls of screen time, including social media, and how to create a healthier relationship with technology and screens in your home. Coordinator: Tia Fagen

FAMILY FRIENDLY

Brewery restaurant a pizzeria

Dates: Thurs, May through August Location: Grundahl Park Ball Field For more information, contact Dan McMahon at (608) 437-3310.

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COED SOFTBALL LEAGUE

fish fry

Dates: Sun, June through August Location: Grundahl Park Ball Field For more information, or to sign up a team, contact Casey Dudley at cdud1212@yahoo.com.

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Day: Sunday, year-round except holidays Time: June-August 2:45-5:45pm September on 3:00-6:00pm Location: June-August Middle School Gym September on High School Main or Auxiliary Gym Fee: $3.00 at the door plus a one-time $5.00 school facility use fee which will be good for one year. Time and location are both subject to change due to additional school district programs or practices. This is a drop-in program. Different teams will be formed depending on numbers of players in attendance. Supervisor: Paul Medenwaldt

ON TAP

saturday prime rib

MEN’S OPEN BASKETBALL

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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ADULT PROGRAMS

PILATES

RAISING CHILDREN IN A DIGITAL WORLD


ADULT PROGRAMS

SELF-CARE WORKSHOPS

4-PART MINDFUL PARENTING SERIES

Date: Session #1 Sat, 10/12 Start at the Beginning Code: 2648.251 Session #2 Sat, 11/9 Setting Off on your Journey Code: 3748.361 Session #3 Sat, 12/7 Arriving in Community Code: 4848.471 Time: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM Ages: 16 and up Location: Gonstead Lower Level Fee: $50.00* per session Min/Max: 6/24 Registration Deadline: S1=10/3, S2=10/31, S3=11/27 Instructors: Tia Fagan, Angele Mlsna, and Marca Hughes Session #1: Explore yoga, intentional living, and rekindling your spirit of creativity. Learn why self-care is not selfish, but a necessary part of a flourishing life. Gain more confidence to start on your journey of personal wellness. Session #2: Set off on a journey of self-discovery and return to a life filled with connection and balance. This class uses yoga, wisdom teachings, and creativity to help you identify and chart your personal journey for a flourishing life. Session #3: Connecting with community is an integral part of a life filled with authenticity, balance, and sense of well-being. Identify your gifts and how you can weave them into the fabric of humanity. Continued personal growth impacts not only your life but the lives of those around you.

Code: 4125.634 Dates: Tues, 10/1 – 10/22 Time: 6:30-8:00 PM Location: Senior Center (class on 10/15 will be in the lower level of the community center) Fee: $80.00* Min/Max: 6/25 Registration Deadline: 9/24 In this 4-Part series, learn how mindful parenting will transform and improve your relationship with your children. Mindful parenting deepens your child’s trust in the world and secures your influence as a reliable and safe through each childhood stage and into adulthood. This conscious relationship cultivates the environment for your child to thrive – mentally, physically, and emotionally. Parents and grandparents of child of all ages welcome as well as anyone who works with or cares about supporting children. Main focus: build your parenting confidence, identify and manager your triggers, raise respectful children/future adults, foster gratitude, setting boundaries and more. Instructor: Tia Fagan

Annual Art Fair

Thirsty Troll Brew Fest

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MEN’S BASKETBALL LEAGUE Dates: Wed, October through March (14-game season with playoffs) 8-team competitive league with WIAA-certified referees. Coordinator: Blaine Krantz, thinwreath@gmail.com

Fall Village Vintage Market

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POTTERY FOR ADULTS Session #1

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New summer adventures every week

KARLA J. OTT ATTORNEY AT LAW OTT LAW OFFICE, S.C.

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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213 E. Main St., P.O. Box 45, Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 (608) 437-2850 Fax: (608) 437-2850 law@karlaott.com

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Business Wills, Trusts & Estates Probate Real Estate Contracts

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ADULT PROGRAMS

Dates Code Tues, 7/9 – 8/6 5662.884 (no class 7/30) #2 Tues, 9/10 – 10/1 5773.895 Time: 5:00-6:30 PM Location: Center Ground Studios (302 E. Lincoln Street) Fee: $175.00* per session Min/Max: 3/4 Registration Deadline: S1=7/2 S2=9/3 Release your inner artist and develop a new skill with the potter’s wheel. This is the perfect class to introduce you to the potter’s wheel, revisit a past passion for clay, ladies night out or as a couple’s activity. This month long class teaches you the basics of pottery using a combination of visual aids, practical demonstration, and hands-on experience. With a limit of four participants per class, spots fill quickly, but will guarantee one on one time with the instructor. Grab a couple of friends to join in on the fun! Instructor: Heidi Clayton


MOHO GATORS SWIMMING Developing Great Swimmers AND Great People!

COMMUNITY INFORMATION

Tri-County Swim Team: A competitive summer swimming experience for ages 6-18. Swimmers receive instruction on stroke technique, speed and endurance training, and are part of a fun and exciting team experience! This program runs May 28 July 26 at the Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center. Masters Swim: A swim experience for swimmers 19 and over. For anyone wishing to learn to swim better, swim for fitness and enjoyment, and beginner to advanced triathletes. Lanes are based on swimmers abilities and goals, so we are able to accommodate a wide range of skill levels. This program runs June - August at the Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center. Lil Gator Pre-Team: A FREE program for swimmers ages 4-8 who have passed the Mount Horeb Recreation Department Level 4 lessons or equivalent and are not yet ready for the swim team. Instructors have a competitive swimming and/or coaching background, and the instructor to swimmer ratio is 1 to 4 or less. This program runs June-July, with two different sessions, at the Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center. More information available at www.mohogators.org or contact Gators membership coordinator, Sarah Best, at bestabode206@gmail.com.

MOUNT HOREB SENIOR CENTER Dates: Year Round Location: 107 N. Grove Street, Mt. Horeb Hours: 8:30 AM-5:00 PM (closed holidays) Phone: 437-6902 Fee: only for certain services All Seniors welcome! The Mount Horeb Senior Center is a facility, whose goal is to provide Case Management and Nutrition services and resources for people 60+. We serve Seniors in the Villages of Mt. Horeb and Blue Mounds and the Towns of Blue Mounds, Perry, Primrose and Springdale. Congregate and home-delivered meals are served Monday through Friday. We offer many social programs, health related services and transportation. For more information, contact the Senior Center Director Lynn Forshaug

MOUNT HOREB RELAY FOR LIFE Date: Fri, 7/26 Time: Set-up and arrival 5:00 PM Opening ceremony 6:00 PM Closing ceremony 10:30 PM Location: Grundahl Park Event Link: www.relayforlife.org/mthorebwi Join us for a community fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. We will have live music and entertainment, food, luminary ceremony, and other activities. Help us attack cancer from every angle! For more information, or to form a team, contact Megan James at (608) 438-5479

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MOUNT HOREB BARNEVELD YOUTH FOOTBALL

MOUNT HOREB YOUTH BASEBALL ASSOCIATION

Dates: August-October with practices on Mon, Tues and Thurs from 5:30-7:30 PM Games for 6th on Saturday morning Games for 7th and 8th on Monday or Tuesday evening Grades: 6th-8th Location: TBD Fee: $130 for early registration April 1 - April 30 $150 for registration May 1-31 To register go to: www.mhbfootball.com/youth

Baseball evaluations are as follows: Sunday April 7th: 9U (3rd Grade): 10:00am-12:00pm 10U (4th Grade): 12:30pm-2:30pm 11U (5th Grade): 3:30pm-5:30pm 12U (6th Grade): 6:00pm-8:00pm

Equipment handout will take place in late July. The Mount Horeb Barneveld Youth Football program is a parent-run organization and is not affiliated with the Rec Dept.

This program is a parent run organization and is not organized by the Recreation Department.

MOUNT HOREB DANCE TEAM

**Players should bring outdoor clothing/gear, if the weather allows for evals to be held outside.

For more information, contact Brian Sroda (608) 575-2028, sroda6@charter.net or visit https://mthorebbaseball.wixsite.com/vikingsbaseball/ mh-youth-baseball

MOUNT HOREB YOUTH SOCCER CLUB

Golf Scramble - The Mount Horeb Dance Team is hosting a Golf Scramble on June 22nd at the Norsk Golf Club in Mount Horeb. For more information, or to purchase tickets, please email mounthorebdanceteam@gmail.com. Summer Dance Clinic - The Mount Horeb Dance Team is hosting a Dance Clinic for all students grades K-6th in August; exact date and time to be scheduled soon. Early registration will begin July 1st.

For more information and registration, please visit our website at www.mhsoccer.com or email the soccer club at mounthorebsoccer@gmail.com.

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For more information on the summer dance clinic, contact Coach Channing Liska at mounthorebdanceteam@gmail. com or check our Facebook page (Mount Horeb Dance Team).

The Mount Horeb Soccer Club organizes teams for ages 6 through 18. Both competitive and recreational teams are formed. Teams compete in the Madison Area Youth Soccer League during the fall and spring. The Mount Horeb Soccer Club is a parent run organization and is not affiliated with the Recreation Department.

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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COMMUNITY INFORMATION

For more info, contact Kevin Bagstad at Kevin@thebagstads. com or visit mhbfootball.com

Location for all evaluations: High School Auxiliary Gym


DISCOUNT TICKETS & MOVIES IN THE PARK

DISCOUNT TICKETS ON SALE The Recreation Department, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Park and Recreation Association (WPRA), is offering discount admission tickets to several area attractions. Tickets will be available for sale May 13 through August 23 at the Recreation Department (tickets will not be sold on our online site) during the following hours: 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Monday through Thursday and 8:00-11:00 AM on Friday. Discount tickets will also be sold June 3 through August 11 at the Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center daily from 1:00-5:30 PM unless the pool is closed due to inclement weather, a program, or an unforeseen circumstance.

ATTRACTION

TYPE

GATE PRICE

YOUR PRICE

Great America - Any Day (Note: parking is approximately $26 per vehicle)

ADULT or CHILD (2 & under FREE)

$83.18

$54.00

Great America - WPRA WEEK (June 29 - July 7 ONLY)

ADULT or CHILD (2 & under FREE)

$83.18

$40.00

Milwaukee County Zoo

ADULT CHILD 3-12 (2 & under FREE)

$16.25 $13.25

$12.00 $10.00

ADULT or CHILD (2 & under FREE)

$40.00

$20.00

ADULT or CHILD (Children under 36" FREE)

$37.35

$28.00

(Note: parking is approximately $12 per vehicle)

Mount Olympus Water & Theme Park (Note: parking is approximately $15 per vehicle)

Noah’s Ark (Note: parking is approximately $15 per vehicle)

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*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee


Mount Horeb Recrea�on Department 222 East Front Street Mount Horeb, WI 53572

Thank you for taking the time to fill out this brief survey. The information we gather from this survey will allow us to better serve the community.

2. How many children in each age group currently live in your household? Ages: (indicate total number in each age group) 1-3_____

10-12_____

4-6_____

13-15_____

7-9_____

16-18_____

3. What programs offered by the Mount Horeb Recrea�on Department have you, or anyone in your household, par�cipated in? Programs: (Please check each program that someone within your household has par�cipated in) Ballet: Tap/Jazz: Soccer: Tennis: Floor Hockey: Kids Camp: Baseball: So�ball: Bi�y Ball:

_____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

Volleyball: Basketball: Adult Fitness: Chorus: Clay Classes: Cheerleading: Swim Lessons: Gymnas�cs: Mar�al Arts:

4. Does online registra�on benefit your family?

_____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

Art Camp: Babysi�ng: Flag Football: T-Ball: Coach Pitch: Tot Ball: Engineering: Track: Other: YES

_____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

NO

5. Are you sa�sfied with the quality of the programs you have par�cipated in? YES NO 6. Are you sa�sfied with the type of programs offered through the Village of Mount Horeb Recrea�on Department? YES NO 7. What improvements would you like to see in the programs offered by the Village of Mount Horeb Recrea�on Department? ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 8. What type of programs or classes would you like to see offered from the Village of Mount Horeb Recrea�on Department? Please let us know if you, or someone you know, could coordinate this class/program. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ *non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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RECREATION DEPARTMENT SURVEY

1. Including yourself, how many people live within your household?_____________


MOUNT HOREB FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER Location: 204 Park Street Phone: (608) 437-5916 Pool Season: 6/1 - 8/17 Pool Hours: Monday through Thursday 12:30-6:00 PM Friday through Sunday 12:30-7:00 PM

AQUATIC CENTER INFORMATION

The Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center features a 35 meter pool, zero depth baby pool, water slide, wet sand play area, and grass decks.

ADULT SUPERVISION It is our policy that any child 8 years of age or younger must be with an adult or teenage babysitter at all times. Parents, not the pool staff, are responsible for their children regardless of the childs age. Staff on duty are trained lifeguards and will do their best to provide a safe environment.

POOL CAPACITY & FACILITY CAPACITY The Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center has a pool capacity of 337. The facility capacity will be set at 400 patrons in the fenced in pool area at one time. Once we reach capacity, we will not allow anyone else into the facility. If you need to leave the facility for any reason, while we are at capacity, you will need to get back in line (your wristband will not be removed). The next person waiting in line will be allowed in. Thank you for you cooperation.

LAP SWIM The pool staff will place a lane line in from 5:00 PM until 6:00 PM every day of the week, except on Sunday, which is Family Night, and during special events. Lap swim is FREE to pass holders; otherwise, a $2.00 fee is required. LAP SWIMMERS ONLY. Must be 16 or older to participate in lap swim.

LITTLE SPLASHES POOL PARTY Dates: Fri, 7/12 Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Age: 8 and under (with parent or caregiver) Fee: $2.00 per person This is an opportunity for younger children, and their parents/ caregivers, to have the pool to themselves! Flotation devices and pool toys are welcome during this fun-filled event. Please note that everyone who enters during this event needs to pay the admission fee, regardless of if they are swimming.

SUMMER SPLASH BASH Date: Thurs, 7/25 Time: 1:00-5:00 PM Fee: $4.00 per person ($2.00 for pool pass holders) This family-fun event will include a DJ, bounce house, bouncy ball dive, sand castle contest, treats, face painting, swimming, door prizes and more! Dont miss out on the fun!

SAFETY CHECKS Monday through Thursday, we will have one safety check at 3:00 PM. Friday through Sunday, we will have two safety checks at 3:00 PM and 5:00 PM. These 15-minute breaks are for youth swimmers only. This time is open for adult swim for anyone over the age of 18.

SWIM TESTS All children 8 years of age and younger must take a swim test if they want to swim in the deep end of the main pool. Ask a lifeguard to administer this test. 28 • Register Online: https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd

Purchase your pool pass ONLINE!

POOL PASSES PLEASE NOTE: Residents are only those who live within the Village of Mount Horeb boundaries. If you do not pay property taxes to the Village of Mount Horeb, you are considered a non-resident. Individual pass Individual Senior (60+) Family (up to 5 family members) Additional family member Nanny/Babysitter or children over 18

Resident Non-Resident $50.00 $70.00 $40.00 $60.00 $120.00 $160.00 $20.00 $20.00 $30.00 (with family pool pass purchase)

Family passes are limited to immediate family members (babysitters/nannies or children over 18 can be included in a family pass for an additional $30.00). Members of the same family must live at the same address for at least three months. Proof of residency is required to receive the resident rate. We have a map on site if you are not sure where the boundaries are. Only those living within the Mount Horeb Village limits will be considered residents. A pass card will be assigned to each individual age 9 and up. Show this card when entering the pool.

DAILY PASSES PLEASE NOTE: Residents are only those who live within the Village of Mount Horeb boundaries. If you do not pay property taxes to the Village of Mount Horeb, you are considered a non-resident. Age Resident 1 & under FREE 2-17 $3.00 Adult (18+) $4.00 Senior (60+) $2.00 2-59 (AFTER 5:00 PM) $2.00 Spectator Fee: Daily Pass

Non-Resident FREE $4.00 $5.00 $3.00 $3.00

PURCHASING A PASS You can purchase your pool pass online by going to https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd. If you do purchase your pass online, you can pick up your pool pass cards the first time you use the pool. You may also purchase a pass at the pool through the summer months, once the facility opens June 1. Passes will not be pro-rated.

2019 AQUATIC CENTER HOURS

• 5:30-6:30 AM Master Swim Monday-Friday • 6:30-10:30 AM Swim Team Monday-Friday • 10:45-11:45 AM Swim Lessons Monday-Thursday • 12:30-6:00 PM Monday-Thursday Open Swim (*see below for changes to open swim time) • 12:30-7:00 PM Friday-Sunday Open Swim (*see below for changes to open swim time) • 6:15-7:15 PM Swim Lessons Monday-Thursday (see dates on page 29)

CHANGES TO OPEN SWIM TIME:

• July 4th the facility will be open from 12:30-5:00 PM (holiday) • July 23rd the facility will be open from 12:30-5:00 PM (swim meet) • July 25th the facility will be open from 1:00-5:00 PM (splash bash) *non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee


MOUNT HOREB SWIMMING LESSONS Classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday for 25 minutes each (Whales level will last 50 minutes). Swim lesson start times will be 10:45 AM, 11:15 AM, 6:15 PM and 6:45 PM. Specific times for each level can be viewed on our online registration website (https://apm.activecommunities.com/ mhrd) or you can stop in to the Recreation Department or call us at (608) 437-3400.

AQUA TOTS (3 - 4 YEARS)

In case of inclement weather, we will send out emails to participants and put information on our Facebook page and on the main page of our website. (http://www.mounthorebwi. info/departments-services/mount-horeb-recreationdepartment). Swimming lesson classes will not be made up unless more than two classes per session are cancelled. Online registration is available for swim lessons. Please review the levels to place your child in the correct class.

MINNOWS (INTRODUCTION TO WATER SKILLS)

SWIM LESSON POLICY: If we do not have at least three participants in a particular class, we will cancel that class. If this occurs, we will call you to see if you can switch to another time slot or session. If you are not able to switch, you will receive a full refund (minus online transaction fees if you registered online). Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

SESSION DATES

Session #1: June 10 - June 20 Session #2: June 24 - June 27 (one hour classes) Session #3: July 8 - July 18 Session #4: July 22 - August 1 (no lessons on July 23 and one Friday lesson on July 26) Session #5: August 5 - August 15 Classes are Monday through Thursday each week unless otherwise noted

FEES

$40.00* Diaper Divers through Sharks $50.00* Whales

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

One-on-one and semi-private swim lessons are available for all ages and swimming abilities. Day and time options for private swim lessons are limited. Please contact the Recreation Department at (608) 437-3400 for more information. 1 student: $30.00* per half hour session Group of 2 students: $40.00* per half hour session Group of 3 students: $50.00 *per half hour session

LOCATION

Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center 204 Park St., Mount Horeb, WI 53572 (608) 437-5916

Prerequisite: must be 4 years old at the start of lessons and able to touch the bottom of the pool in the shallow end with their head above water. Students will: blow bubbles through mouth and nose 3 sec., bob at least 3 times, open eyes underwater and retrieve objects, practice water entry and exit, learn front/back glide (with support), perform back and front float for 5 seconds independently, roll from front to back and back to front (with support), tread water in chest-deep water, learn basic arm/ leg movements associated with the front crawl, back crawl and elementary back stroke (with support), and learn about water safety.

TADPOLES (FUNDAMENTAL AQUATIC SKILLS) Prerequisite: Minnows certificate (or similar certificate from another swim school) and able to do the front and back floats for 5 seconds with no assistance. Students will: fully submerge and hold breath 5 sec., bob in chest-deep water 5 times, demonstrate a front/back glide for 10 feet independently, swim front crawl for 15 feet independently, swim back crawl for 10 feet independently, swim elementary backstroke and learn about water safety.

PIRANHAS (STROKE DEVELOPMENT) Prerequisite: Tadpoles certificate (or similar certificate from another swim school) and able to swim/glide under surface for 3 body lengths. Students will: learn the basics of rotary breathing and display this ability with their front crawl for 25ft, swim elementary backstroke and back crawl for 25ft (independently), retrieve objects from 5ft of water, swim across the shallow end of the pool with proficiency in the front and back crawl strokes, learn about water safety.

SHARKS (STROKE IMPROVEMENT) Prerequisite: Piranhas certificate (or similar certificate from another swim school) and able to swim 15m freestyle and tread for 30 seconds. Students will: master rotary breathing and swim a distance of 15 yds exhibiting this ability, master back stroke for a distance of 15yds, be introduced to the breast stroke, tread water with hands and feet for 1 minute, learn sidestroke for a distance of 15yds, learn how to dive, retrieve an object from 6 feet depth, learn about water safety.

WHALES (STROKE REFINEMENT) Prerequisite: Sharks certificate (or similar certificate from another swim school)

SWIMMING LESSON LEVELS DIAPER DIVERS - PARENT/CHILD (6 MONTHS - 3 YEARS) Purpose: Designed for children who have little to no experience in the water or in a class setting. Emphasis is on water orientation and adjustment. Parents and children learn together to increase a childs comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills, such as breath control and arm and leg movements. Swim diapers must be worn if child is not toilet trained. *non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

Purpose: Instruction given on elementary water skills including water safety, going under water, front/back float, blowing bubbles, kicking skills and an introduction to the front/back crawl.

Students will: master the breast stroke and be able to swim 25yds, be introduced to the butterfly, dive and then swim 25yds of each stroke; front crawl, back crawl, back stroke, elementary back stroke, side stroke and breast stroke, learn how to perform an open turn, tread water with scissor kick, whip kick and rotary kick and be able to do so for 2 min, learn important survival floats and learn about water safety.

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MOUNT HOREB SWIMMING LESSONS

SWIMMING LESSON REGISTRATION

You may register on-line for swim lessons or you can register at the Recreation Department between 7:15 AM-4:30 PM Monday-Thursday and 7:00 AM-12:00 PM on Friday. Full payment is required to guarantee placement. PHONE-IN REGISTRATIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

Prerequisite: Comfortable putting face in the water and blowing bubbles


FACILITY RESERVATIONS & PARK INFORMATION

FACILITY RESERVATIONS Are you looking for a place to hold your next special event, meeting, birthday or graduation party? We have shelters available to rent, by following the steps below: 1. Go to www.gymdandy.io to create an account. After you create an account, an email will be sent to you. You will need to confirm your account by clicking on the email and then “confirm email.” 2. Visit this link to be brought to the Mt. Horeb GymDandy page: https://www.gymdandy.io/wi.mount-horeb/orgs/ village-of-mt-horeb/. From the link, you may scroll down to choose a park and pick a date on the calendar to rent, or use the “find time widget” to pick a date and space type. 3. Input your event details, expected attendance, and any other information pertaining to your reservation. You will then need to enter a payment method and card details. Shelter Boeck’s Park 204 Parks Street Grundahl Park Enclosed Shelter 401 Blue Mounds St.

Available

For reservations made with cash or check, you will need to visit the Mount Horeb Recreation Department. 4. Once your reservation request has been sent, the Mount Horeb Recreation Department will send an email to you approving or denying the rental. Keys: If your shelter requires a key, renter must pick up key during office hours the week prior to your reservation. Key must be returned to the Recreation Department within two days of the rental date. A 24-hour drop box is located to the left of our entrance door for convenience. Cancellations: Refunds will not be provided if you cancel your reservation within two weeks of the reservation date. If your event is cancelled due to poor weather, and a rain date cannot be agreed upon, you will receive a full refund.

Resident Fee NR Fee

Amenities

May 4 – Oct 28 $50.00

$70.00

Covered shelter, 10 tables, power outlets, playground, restroom

Year Round

$60.00

$80.00

Enclosed shelter, 6 indoor tables, 2 large outdoor tables, refrigerator, sink, restrooms

Grundahl Park Picnic (Open) Shelter May 4 – Oct 28 $50.00 401 Blue Mounds St.

$70.00

Covered shelter, 20 tables, power outlets, charcoal grill, playground, basketball court, water fountain, restrooms

May 4 – Oct 28 $60.00

$80.00

Covered shelter, kitchenette, 6-8 tables, playground, concession area, water fountain, restrooms

May 4 – Oct 28 $60.00

$80.00

Covered shelter, kitchenette, 10 tables, playground, skate park, drinking fountain, restrooms

May 4 – Oct 28 $50.00

$70.00

Covered shelter, 6 picnic tables, power outlets, playground, basketball court, water fountain, sand volleyball court, restrooms

Liberty Park 1201 Cox Drive Sunrise Park 201 Telemark Parkway Waltz Park 401 Brian Street

ADDITIONAL VILLAGE PARKS

SUTTER FARM (1600 GREEN VALLEY ROAD)

GARFIELD (101 E. GARFIELD STREET)

Playground; shelter with picnic tables; basketball court

Open field play area; soccer field; ice-skating rink with warming house

VALLEY VIEW HEIGHTS (112 WESTMORLAND ROAD)

GRANDMA FOSTERS (225 W. MAIN STREET) Playground; shelter with picnic tables; water fountain

HICKORY HILLS (307 HICKORY ROAD)

Playground; shelter with picnic tables; basketball court

AREA COUNTY PARKS STEWART PARK

Playground; shelter with picnic tables; basketball court

Picnic shelters, fishing lake, playground equipment and miles of hiking.

HIMSEL (1025 SPELLMAN STREET)

BRIGHAM PARK

Playground; basketball court; sledding hill

Picnic shelters, campsites, playground equipment, nature viewing areas and miles of hiking.

IBINGER RIDGE (951 NORSK RIDGE) Playground; basketball court; open play area

DONALD PARK

JAYCEE (425 DURTSCHI DRIVE)

Miles of hiking and equestrian trails, trout streams, and a picnic area.

Playground; shelter with picnic tables; basketball court

For information and reservations, call (608) 246-3896

LIONS (400 FAIRWAY STREET) Playground; shelter with picnic tables and grill; basketball court; water fountain

MOUNT HOREB STATION (116 S. SECOND STREET) Shelter with restrooms and picnic tables along the Military Ridge Trail

NESHEIM (OAK TREE DRIVE) Playground; basketball court

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AREA STATE TRAILS/PARKS MILITARY RIDGE RECREATIONAL TRAIL 40 mile crushed limestone trail extending from Dodgeville to Verona. Trail pass required. For trail information, call (608) 437-7393

BLUE MOUNDS PARK Picnic shelters, campsites, playground equipment, nature viewing areas, observation towers, access to Military Ridge Trail, miles of hiking, and a swimming pool. For park information and reservations, call (608) 437-5711

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee


222 East Front Street, Mount Horeb, WI 53572

Preferred Phone Number: Cell Phone Number: Cell Phone Number:

Check one: Resident

(those who pay property taxes to the Village of Mt. Horeb)

Non-Resident

Shirt size: M/F Age

Grade

Date of Birth

Program Name

Level/ Session

Code

Fee

3 Digit Code:________

if requested.

SIGNATURE

DATE

If you need to cancel out of a program, you must let us know at least five days from the program start date.

*non-residents must add $10.00 to the registration fee

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REGISTRATION FORM

Participant First Name


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