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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.
Jill Dudley, email@example.com, 608.437.9451
RECREATION ASSISTANT Megan James, firstname.lastname@example.org, 608.437.9452
PARKS, RECREATION & FORESTRY COMMISSION
OFFICE HOURS Monday-Thursday 7:15 AM-4:30 PM Friday 7:00 AM-12:00 PM *Office hours subject to change.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Department Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Youth Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11 Adult Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12 Community Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Facility Reservations & Park Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
ONLINE REGISTRATION WEBSITE https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd
WEBSITE www.mounthorebwi.info (under departments, click on Recreation Department)
PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT Jeff Gorman, email@example.com, 608.437.3351
Proudly serving Mt. Horeb families since 1994
Our After School program is the place where Mt. Horeb children thrive beyond the school day.
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The Park, Recreation and Forestry Commission meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 5:30 PM at the Municipal Building (138 E. Main Street). These meetings are open to the public. Chair: Jason Fendrick (Village Trustee) Members: Jessica Jackson (Village Trustee), Tom Shay, Ryan Smith and Mark Webber
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With online registration, you are able to see how many spots are available in a class and have peace of mind knowing your child is enrolled. If a class is full, please sign up to be on the waiting list. Online registration is available 24/7 and accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover. A convenience fee is charged for use of this service. Mail-in: Complete registration form (page 15) and mail with payment to: Mount Horeb Recreation Department, 105 North Grove Street, Mount Horeb, WI 53572 *Make checks payable to Village of Mount Horeb. Walk-in: Office hours are 7:15 AM-4:30 PM, Monday through Thursday and 7:00 AM-12:00 PM on Friday. Office hours are subject to change. After Hours Drop Box: Completed registration forms and payment may be dropped off in our secure drop box located to the left of our front door.
CONFIRMATION OF ENROLLMENT
Once you have 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.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION 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.
RESIDENT/NON-RESIDENT FEE POLICY R = Resident NR = Non-Resident
A resident is anyone who resides within the Mount Horeb village limits. All other individuals living outside the village limits are considered non-residents, and will be charged an additional fee per program. Residency for our programs is NOT based on school district attendance or mailing address.
In the event of inclement weather, the department will use multiple factors to determine if a program/activity will be cancelled. These factors include forecasted weather, road conditions, 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 will also be posted on our Recreation Department Facebook page.
REGISTRATION DEADLINES/LATE FEES
A $5.00 late charge will be added to your fee if your registration is received after the registration deadline. There will be no prorating of program fees for late registrations.
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Programs may be cancelled if minimum registrations are not met or facility issues occur. We do our best to notify participants at least two days before the program start date if an activity needs to be cancelled.
1. Full refunds will be given if a program is cancelled by the Recreation Department. 2. Cancellations made before the registration deadline are subject to a $5.00 administrative charge. 3. Cancellations made after the registration deadline are subject to a $10.00 administrative charge. 4. There is no refund after the first session or practice has taken place. A pro-rated credit on your account will be given only in the case that severe illness or injury prevents participation. 5. Refunds can be put back on your credit card, placed as a credit on your account or by check that will be mailed out. Please note that it takes approximately two to three weeks to receive a check refund.
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.
Financial assistance applications are available at the Recreation Department.
Our Department hires seasonal/temporary employees throughout the year. Individuals can apply for a seasonal/ temporary job by contacting the Recreation Department at 608.437.3400 or on the Village Website under employment opportunities. -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. -PROGRAM INFORMATION IN THIS GUIDE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. -CREDIT CARDS (VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER and AMERICAN EXPRESS) ARE ACCEPTED AT THE RECREATION DEPARTMENT AND ONLINE.
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KIDS PAINTING CLASS
AFTER SCHOOL CHORUS
Dates: Session 1 — Sat, 12/7 (Happy Snowman) Code: 7841.915 Session 2 — Sat, 2/1 (Under the Sea) Code: 7841.926 Time: 9:00-11:00 AM Ages: 5-12 Location: Community Center - Lower Level Fee: $40R, $50NR (per session) Min/Max: 8/20 Registration Deadlines: S1=12/2, S2=1/27 Participants will be using acrylic paint on a 16 x 20 canvas. Sara will walk children through each painting step by step, but each child will put their own personal touch on their project. These paintings turn out beautiful and will look great hanging in your home. Instructor: Sara Lenz
Code: 9465.443 INSTRUCTOR Dates: Tues, 1/7 – 3/17 Time: 3:35-4:45 PM Grades: 3rd – 5th Location: Intermediate Center Step Room Fee: $90R, $100NR (t-shirt included) Min/Max: 20/40 Registration Deadline: 12/30 This program will provide quality music education that encourages young people’s love and appreciation of choral music and nurtures their individual growth and development. Come and join the fun! There will be a final performance, information on this will be given out at the program. Instructor: Rebecca Dennis
Dates: Session 1 – Mon, 12/23 Code: 1276.181 Session 2 – Sat, 2/1 Code: 1277.182 Session 3 – Sat, 4/4 Code: 1278.183 Time: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM (please bring a sack lunch) Ages: 10 and up Location: Community Center - Lower Level Fee: $95R, $105NR (per session) Min/Max: 6/10 Registration Deadline: S1=12/16, S2=1/27, S3=3/30 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
MARTIAL ARTS - WINTER Dates: Session 1: Mon & Wed, 1/6 - 1/29 Session 2: Mon & Wed, 2/3 – 2/26 Session 3: Mon & Wed, 3/2 – 4/1 (No class 3/23 & 3/25) Level Time Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Beginner 5:30-6:30 PM 1730.637 2731.647 3732.657 Intermediate 6:30-7:30 PM 1830.738 2831.748 3832.758 Beginner = First timers through yellow belt Intermediate = Rank of green belt and beyond Location: Intermediate Center Cafeteria Ages: 7 and up (adults included) Fee: $50R, $60NR (per session) Min/Max: 5/10 Registration Deadline: S1=12/30, S2=1/27, S3=2/24 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. Instructor: Buran Ayuthia
WHEEL FUN Dates/Times: Session 1 — Tues, 1/7 – 1/28, 5:00-6:00 PM Code: 1214.401 Session 2 — Wed, 4/22 – 5/13, 4:00-5:00 PM Code: 2224.401 Ages: 6–9 Location: Center Ground Studios Fee: $100R, $110NR (per session) Min/Max: 3/4 Registration Deadline: S1=12/31, S2=4/15 “Wheel Fun” is a kid-focused class where kids are encouraged to explore clay, get their hands messy, and have fun. This is a process-oriented class with primary attention spent on creativity and the experience, and is perfect for younger kids that are still mastering their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. This class is designed to be stress free by empowering the children to develop their own artistic voice. Instructor: Heidi Clayton
WHEEL FOCUSED Dates/Times: Session 1 — Wed, 1/8 – 1/29, 4:00-5:30PM Code: 3224.301 Session 2 — Tues, 2/25 – 3/17, 5:00-6:30PM Code: 3225.301 Session 3 — Wed, 2/26 – 3/18, 5:00-6:30PM Code: 3226.301 Session 4 — Tues, 4/21 – 5/12, 5:00-6:30PM Code: 3227.301 Ages: 10-14 Location: Center Ground Studios Fee: $135R, $145NR (per session) Min/Max: 3/4 Registration Deadline: S1=1/2, S2&S3=2/18, S4=4/14 “Wheel Focused” is for children who have taken a previous pottery class and want to further develop their skills. This class is primarily focused on the technical aspects of pottery: throwing techniques, specific forms, and surface treatments. Students will be encouraged to both think creatively and work independently. *Previous enrollment in “Wheel Fun” or “Exploring Clay” is strongly recommended. Instructor: Heidi Clayton
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AMERICAN RED CROSS BABYSITTING CLASSES
ENGINEERING FOR KIDS – WINTER
Dates: Session 1 – Tues, 1/7-1/28 Code: 2332.001 Session 2 – Wed, 2/26-3/18 Code: 2432.002 Session 3 – Tues, 4/21-5/12 Code: 2532.003 Time: 4:00-5:00 PM Ages: 6-14 Location: Center Ground Studios Fee: $80R, $90NR (per session) Min/Max: 4/8 Registration Deadline: S1=1/2, S2=2/19; S3=4/14 This class is designed for students new to the world of clay to help them find their true interest. We will touch on all the different construction techniques while remaining focused on providing an encouraging and understanding zone for young creative growth. Projects will be approachable to a variety of skill sets and ages, so it is a perfect class for siblings. Instructor: Heidi Clayton
Dates: Fri, 1/17 – 2/21 Location: Intermediate Center Step Room Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 1/9
TOT TIME Dates: Fri, 1/10 – 3/20 Time: 9:00-10:00 AM Ages: 12mo-4 Location: New Hope Church Gymnasium Fee: $1.00 at the door Join us for toddler open play! There will be some equipment provided for use. The Recreation Department will bring music to sing and dance to, and give the opportunity to run around the gym and play freely. Pre-registration is not required; you will pay at the door. Park in the lower parking lot and enter through the side entrance. Coordinator: Megan James
EAT BY THE BOOK CLUB
Dates: Winter — Thurs, 1/16 – 2/27 Code: 6464.001 Spring — Mon, 3/2 – 4/20 (no class on 3/23) Code: 6454.002 Time: 3:45-5:00 PM Grades: K-4th Location: Community Center - Lower Level Fee: $70R, $80NR (per session) Min/Max: 10/15 Registration Deadlines: W=1/9, S=2/24 Come and join a tasty book club for kids! We will read fun picture books each week and have a short discussion about the stories. We will make simple snacks that go along with the theme of the books. Featured recipes may include pancakes, smoothies, fruit kabobs, and cookie decorating. When time permits, we will also make a simple craft or play a game. No nuts will be included in recipes, but they may include gluten, soy, egg, or dairy. Instructor: Chrissy Leszczynski
3rd – 6th Grade: Tech Exploration Code: 3812.014 Time: 3:35-5:00 PM (staff will arrive by 3:15 PM for supervision) Fee: $135R, $145NR Students will learn all about 3D modeling, CAD technology, and programming through collaborative and individual projects. Kindergarten – 2nd Grade: Engineering Adventures Code: 3912.015 Time: 5:20-6:20 PM Fee: $115R, $125NR Activities in this session include hands on STEM projects and LEGO robotics. Children will be introduced to the essentials of science, technology, art, and math.
4K/KINDERGARTEN BASKETBALL LEAGUE Grade Code 4K Girls 4840.419 Kindergarten Girls 5950.520 4K Boys 4841.429 Kindergarten Boys 5951.530 *Grades may be combined Dates: Sat, 1/18 – 3/7 Time: 8:00-8:50 AM, 9:00-9:50 AM, 10:00-10:50 AM, or 11-11:50 AM (teams will rotate between these various time slots) Location: High School Auxiliary Gym (first day will be at the Early Learning Center Gym) Fee: $30R, $40NR (t-shirt included) Max: 32 per session Registration Deadline: 12/19 Youth basketball is an exciting sport combining team play and individual skills. Fundamentals of basketball (dribbling, passing, shooting and defense) will be taught in a positive and safe environment. While basic skills of the game are developed through practices and games, every child will learn sportsmanship and teamwork. Our volunteer coaches will focus on participation and fun! Please bring a water bottle and tennis shoes to change into once children arrive, to avoid wet and slippery gym floors. Volunteer coaches are needed! There will be a coaches meeting on January 8th at 5:30 PM at the Rec Department.
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BIG TEN VOLLEYBALL TRAVELING LEAGUE
Grade Code 1st Grade Girls 8112.161 2nd Grade Girls 8123.163 1st Grade Boys 9114.171 2nd Grade Boys 9125.173 *Grades may be combined Dates: Practices will begin the week of 1/13; games will begin on 2/1 (there will be practice on 1/25). Program will end on 3/7. Days: Practices - Girls: Monday evening Boys: Tuesday evening Games - Saturday morning Location: Practices – Early Learning Center Gym Games – Primary Center or Intermediate Center Gyms Practice Times: Either 5:00-5:45 PM, 5:50-6:35 PM, 6:40-7:25 PM and 7:30-8:15 PM (teams will rotate between these various time slots) Fee: $40R, $50NR (per session, t-shirt included) Max: Up to 8 teams for girls and 8 teams for boys Registration Deadline: 12/12 Youth basketball is an exciting sport combining team play and individual skills. Fundamentals of basketball (dribbling, passing, shooting and defense) will be taught in a positive and safe environment. While basic skills of the game are developed through practices and games, every child will learn sportsmanship and teamwork. Our volunteer coaches will focus on participation and fun! Please bring a water bottle and tennis shoes to change into once children arrive, to avoid wet and slippery gym floors. Volunteer coaches are needed! There will be a coaches meeting on January 8th at 5:30 PM at the Rec Department.
Grade Code 5th 5035.512 6th 6036.612 7th 7037.712 8th 8038.812 Dates: 1/12 – 3/8 (no program on 2/28) Practices: Sundays and Fridays Games: Sundays on 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, 3/1 and 3/8 Location: Middle School Gym or High School Main Gym (games will be either home or away) Fee: $60R, $70NR (per session, t-shirt included) Registration Deadline: 1/3 This recreational league is for players who would like to have fun learning skills and getting involved in competition against players at their own skill level. Rules have been altered to accommodate young players so success can be felt by all. Knee pads are recommended. Games will be played against other communities including: Cross Plains, Fitchburg, Monona, Stoughton and Verona. The time frame for tournaments is typically 11:00 AM-3:00 PM Volunteer coaches are needed!
BITTY BASKETBALL (PARENT/CHILD) Code: 4652.101 Dates: Wed, 2/5 - 2/26 Time: 5:00-5:45 PM Ages: 3½ - 4 Location: Early Learning Center Gym Fee: $20R, $30NR Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 1/29 Learn the FUNdamentals of basketball with your child in a nurturing environment. We will have stations around the gym with different drills and skills being practiced at each one. Each child must have a parent participating with them. Please note, this is a program just for the parent and child, siblings are not allowed on the court. Coordinator: Megan James
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Dates: Tues or Thurs, 1/14 - 5/7 (no class on 3/24 & 3/26) Final Performance: 5/9 Location: Primary Center Gym Fee: $90R, $100NR (per class) There will also be a recital outfit that is not included in the registration fee Min/Max: 5/12 Registration Deadline: 1/8 Instructor: Kelsey West – attended many acclaimed dance studios and has been teaching various styles of dance for over seven years. Kelsey majored in sports science and leadership with a double minor in dance and psychology. Age Class Day Time Code 3-4 Tap Tues 3:30-4:00 PM 2504.911 3-4 Jazz Tues 4:05-4:35 PM 2505.912 5-6 Hip Hop Thurs 3:30-4:00 PM 5505.900 5-6 Modern Thurs 4:05-4:35 PM 6506.901 5-6 Tap Tues 4:40-5:10 PM 3507.914 5-6 Jazz Tues 5:15-5:45 PM 3506.913 7-8 Hip Hop Thurs 4:40-5:25 PM 5506.900 7-8 Modern Thurs 5:30-6:15 PM 6507.901 7-8 Jazz Tues 5:50-6:35 PM 4508.915 9-10 Modern Tues 6:40-7:25 PM 4509.916 9-10 Hip Hop Thurs 6:20-7:05 PM 5507.900 Students will learn dance techniques and how to express themselves while having fun! Attire: Jazz/Tap - jazz pants or leggings, leotard or tighter fitting top, and black jazz or tap shoes. Hip/Hop - comfortable pants and top and street shoes (tennis shoes or hip hop shoes) Modern - tights with leotard, skirt or spandex shorts, and ballet shoes or footies.
YOUTH DANCE OPEN HOUSE
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YOUTH DANCE CLASSES TAP, JAZZ, MODERN AND HIP HOP
Date: Tues, 1/7 Time: 5:00-6:30 PM Place: Community Center - Lower Level This open house will allow you to meet the instructor, find out about dance shoes and apparel, and ask any questions you may have.
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1ST/2ND GRADE BASKETBALL LEAGUE
CHILDREN’S DANCE WITH ELLEN WARSAW
Date: Fri, 2/7 Time: 6:30 PM (we will play 8 rounds of BINGO) Ages: Bring the whole family Location: Senior Center Fee: FREE Join us in February for our 2nd annual BINGO event! Win a bingo, win a cool prize. This event will be fun for the whole family. No registration necessary. Coordinator: Jill Dudley
12 Week Session Dates: Mon, 3/16 – 6/8 (no program on 4/6 & 5/25, one Friday class on 5/29) Location: Senior Center Fee: $155R, $165NR (per session) Registration Deadline: 3/9 Min/Max: 5/10
SCULPTING WITH CLAY
Beginning Ballet I & II Code: 6350.253 Age: 6-10 Time: 5:15-6:00 PM (dance experience or consent of instructor)
Dates/Times: Session 1 — Tues, 2/25 – 3/17, 4:00-5:00 PM Code: 9685.656 Session 2 — Wed, 4/22 – 5/13, 5:00-6:00 PM Code: 9786.658 Ages: 6-14 Location: Center Ground Studios Fee: $90R, $100NR (per session) Min/Max: 4/8 Registration Deadline: S1=2/18, S2=4/15 “Sculpting with Clay” has replaced the previously titled “Play in Clay.” Students will be encouraged to explore their own artistic visions while learning various hand building techniques. Projects will be approachable to various age groups with differing levels of experience and skill. *Previous enrollment in “Exploring Clay” is strongly recommended. Instructor: Heidi Clayton
ENGINEERING FOR KIDS – SPRING Dates: Fri, 4/3 – 5/15 (no class on 4/10) Location: Intermediate Center Cafeteria Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 3/26 3rd – 6th Grade: Engineering Explorations Code: 7813.246 Time: 3:35-5:00 PM (staff will arrive by 3:15 PM for supervision) Fee: $135R, $145NR Projects this session include building a model house, creating slime and flubber and programming robots. Kindergarten – 2nd Grade: Tech Titans Code: 7811.236 Time: 5:20-6:20 PM Fee: $115R, $125NR Students will learn about block code, robotic programming and Scratch technology through step by step instruction.
CHESS WIZARDS Code: 2959.692 Dates: Mon through Fri, 3/23 - 3/27 (spring break week) Time: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Ages: 6-12 Location: Community Center - Lower Level Fee: $190R, $200NR Min/Max: 7/14 Registration Deadline: 3/16 Join us spring break week 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 camp includes 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 vacation with Chess Wizards! 10 • Register Online: https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd
Pre-Ballet I, II & III Code: 6240.242 Age: 4-6 Time: 4:30-5:00 PM
Ballet I & II Code: 6460.264 Age: 10-16 Time: 6:15-7:05 PM (dance experience or consent of instructor) Instructor reserves the right to combine or change classes if necessary. * 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 leather ballet slippers (no cloth slippers or tutus please). Boys: plain t-shirt, biking shorts, and black leather ballet slippers. Instructor: Ellen Warsaw
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MARTIAL ARTS - SPRING
LITTLE VIKES BOYS BASKETBALL GAME LEAGUE Code: 0616.253 Date: Mon, Tues, Wed & Thurs, 4/6 – 4/9 Time: 6:00-7:00 PM Grade: 3rd – 6th Location: Middle School Gym Fee: $40R, $50NR Registration Deadline: 3/30 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 principles. Instructor: Todd Nesheim
LITTLE STAR KICKERS SOCCER Dates: Mon, 4/13 – 5/18 Wed, 4/15 – 5/20 Location: Grundahl Park Enclosed Shelter (meeting spot) Fee: $110R, $120NR (per session, includes t-shirt) Registration Deadline: 4/6 Age Day Time Min/Max Code 3 Mon 4:00-4:40 PM 4/10 3300.014 3 Wed 4:00-4:40 PM 4/10 3401.015 4 Mon 4:45-5:30 PM 4/10 3502.016 4 Wed 4:45-5:30 PM 4/10 3603.017 5-6 Mon 5:35-6:30 PM 4/12 3704.018 5-6 Wed 5:35-6:30 PM 4/12 3805.019 *Sessions may be combined if needed. 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. Please wear tennis shoes or soccer cleats and bring a water bottle. For more information, visit www.littlestarkickers.com. Instructor: Sam Koeppe
TOTAL BODY FITNESS Dates: Winter – Tues/Thurs, 11/19 – 2/18 (no class on 11/28, 12/24, 12/26, 12/31 and 1/2) Code: 8550.066 Spring – Tues/Thurs, 3/3 – 5/21 (no class on 3/24 and 3/26) Code: 9660.077 Location: High School Weight Room (may go outside or in a gym on occasion) Time: 6:00-7:00 PM Fee: $70R, $80NR (per session) Min/Max: 15/35 Registration Deadlines: W=11/12, S=2/25 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. Class will only be made up if two or more classes are cancelled due to weather. Instructor: Beth Trainor
FIT FOR LIFE Dates: Winter — Tues/Thurs, 12/3 – 2/25 (no class on 12/24, 12/26, and 12/31) Code: 3147.338 Spring — Tues/Thurs, 3/3 – 5/21 (no class on 3/24 and 3/26) Code: 3148.349 Location: Senior Center Time: 8:00-8:45 AM Fee: $90R, $100NR (per session) Min/Max: 20/35 Registration Deadline: W=11/26, S=2/25 Low-impact cardio and strength-training 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 to intermediate level workout. Class will only be made up if two or more classes are cancelled due to weather. Instructor: Jen Feltz
FIT FOR LIFE - BOOST Code: 3249.357 Dates: Wed, 12/4 - 2/26 (no class on 12/25 and 1/1) Time: 8:00-8:45 AM Location: New Hope Church Gym Fee: $45R, $55NR Min/Max: 12/25 Registration Deadline: 11/27 This class is a blend of safe strength training and hearthealthy cardio that will energize your active lifestyle. Low to moderate impact cardio exercises will improve your endurance while balanced functional strength training will keep your body strong and able to perform daily life. Class is rounded out with some great core work and stretching. This class has a higher intensity than Fit For Life, does not use chairs, and includes floor exercises. Please bring 5lb (or heavier) hand weights to class along with a mat and water bottle. Instructor: Jen Feltz
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Dates: Session 1: Mon & Wed, 4/6 – 4/29 Session 2: Mon & Wed, 5/4 – 5/27 (No class 5/25 and one Friday class on 5/29) Level Time Session 1 Session 2 Beginner 5:30-6:30 PM 4733.607 5734.687 Intermediate 6:30-7:30 PM 4833.708 5834.718 Beginner = First timers through yellow belt Intermediate = Rank of green belt and beyond Ages: 7 and up (adults included) Location: Early Learning Center Gym Fee: $50R, $60NR (per session) Min/Max: 5/10 Registration Deadline: S1=3/30, S2=4/27 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
Dates: Winter — Sun, 1/5 – 2/23 Code: 7272.001 Spring — Sun, 3/1 – 4/26 (no class on 3/22) Code: 7363.001 Location: Community Center - Lower Level Time: 7:15-8:15 PM Fee: $55R/$65NR (per session) NEW Min/Max: 10/15 Registration Deadline: Winter=12/30, Spring=2/24 This class will focus on flowing from pose to pose while linking each movement with your breath. The instructor will offer a variety of modifications to encourage participation of everyone. Please bring a yoga mat. Instructor: Jen Feltz
Code: 5454.501 Dates: Wed, 1/8 – 3/18 Time: 5:30-6:15 PM Location: Community Center - Lower Level NEW Fee: $40R, $50NR Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 1/2 You don’t need hand weights, kettlebells or barbells to get a great workout, you just need your bodyweight. We will do exercises such as planks, lunges, squats, and burpees to help tone your muscles and strengthen your core. Please bring a water bottle and yoga mat. Instructor: Jill Dudley
Dates: Winter — Sun, 1/5 – 3/1 Code: 6006.662 Spring — Sun, 3/8 – 5/17 (no class on 3/22 and 5/10) Code: 7007.772 Location: Community Center - Lower Level Time: 6:00-7:00 PM Fee: $55R/$65NR (per session) Min/Max: 10/40 Registration Deadline: W=12/30, S=3/2 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
ADULT DANCE CONDITIONING Code: 6565.602 Dates: Thurs, 1/16 - 5/7 (no class on 3/26) Time: 7:20-8:05 PM NEW Location: Primary Center Gym Fee: $70R, $80NR Min/Max: 10/20 Registration Deadline: 1/9 This class is for adults wanting to have a dance influenced workout. Through this class, participants will learn basic dance moves while having fun and breaking a sweat. Please bring a water bottle. Instructor: Kelsey West
CO-ED OPEN VOLLEYBALL Code: 6481.019 Dates: 1/8 – 4/8, Wed (No program on 3/25) Location: Middle School Gym (except on 3/4, 3/11, and 3/18 when it will be held in the High School Main Gym) Time: 7:15-9:15 PM Fee: $40.00* Drop in Fee Option: $5.00 per night Min/Max: 16/32 Registration Deadline: 1/2 This is a drop-in league and 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 setup and take down of nets. Supervisor: Joe Fillner 12 • Register Online: https://apm.activecommunities.com/mhrd
MEN’S OPEN BASKETBALL
Dates: Year-round, Sun (No program on 1/12, 1/19 and 3/15) Location: High School Auxiliary Gym (location may change to other schools due to gym usage conflicts) Time: 3:00-6:00 PM Fee: $3.00 at the door plus a one-time $5.00 school usage fee (this $5 fee will be collected in April) This is a drop in program. Different teams will be formed depending on number of players in attendance. No referees. For more information or questions, contact Paul Medenwaldt at firstname.lastname@example.org
ICE SKATING Recreational ice skating is available at Garfield Park. Ice hockey is allowed on Wednesday nights, Saturday mornings and Sunday mornings. *Garfield Park warming house hours: Monday - Thursday 4:00-8:00 PM (Wednesday is hockey night) Friday 4:00-9:00 PM Saturday - Sunday 9:00 AM-12:00 PM (hockey only – warming house will not be open) Saturday 12:00-9:00 PM Sunday 12:00-8:00 PM *Please note that hours are subject to change The warming house will open during the above hours(except for 9:00 AM-12:00 PM on Saturdays and Sundays) if the condition of the ice is safe and ready to skate on. The Public Services Department will maintain Garfield Rink as long as the weather allows. Please stay off the ice if the warming house is closed due to unsafe conditions or if the ice is soft. If you drop your child off at the rink during warming house hours, please make sure to pick them up by our closing time.
Sky Blue Lakes • Frosted Mountain Tops • Summer
Relaxing Day Trips • Castle • Boats & Trains Leaving July 23, 2020 and returning August 6, 2020. You’ll tour the heart of Switzerland including Lucerne, Montreux, Bern, Brienz, Zermatt and More — Unpack Only Once. Sun., Nov. 17 • 1-3 pm Tour Varsity Bar & Grill Preview 1205 W Main St, Sun Prairie A $500 deposit by Dec. 6, 2019 will earn a $250 discount. A $500 deposit by Dec. 31, 2019 will earn a $100 discount. Balance due by April 3, 2020.
Please call or write for a brochure. Rosann Steinhauer • 608-255-1154 • email@example.com
WERQ (CARDIO DANCE WORKOUT)
MOUNT HOREB YOUTH SOFTBALL
Youth Sign-up Day/Informational Meeting: Date: Fri, 1/3 Time: 6:00 PM Location: Mount Horeb High School Home High School Dual Meet will follow at 7 PM Age Group/Practice Time/Cost K-2nd Grade/Mon, 6:15-7:30 PM/FREE 3rd-8th Grade/Tues & Thurs, 6:15-7:30 PM/$50 per wrestler First week of official practices will start the week of 1/6. All wrestlers will receive a FREE team shirt and travel bag at sign-up night.
MOUNT HOREB SOCCER CLUB
The Mount Horeb Soccer Club organizes teams for ages 5 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 Recreation Department. For more information and registration, please visit our website at www.mhsoccer.net or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MOUNT HOREB YOUTH BASEBALL ASSOCIATION
Players ages 9-14 (3rd through 9th grade, 19-20 school year) Sign-up/Informational Parent Meeting: Date: Wed, 2/5 Time: 6:30 PM Location: Mount Horeb High School Commons Coaches Meeting/Clinic: Date: Wed, 2/26 Time: 6:00 PM Location: Mount Horeb High School Commons Evaluations: Date: Sat, 4/4 & Sun, 4/5 Time: TBD Location: Mount Horeb High School Auxiliary Gym For more information or questions, contact Brian Sroda at (608) 575-2028 or email@example.com.
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Experienced and trained coaches provide a safe environment to learn. The benefits of wrestling include self-confidence, accountability, respect for others and communication skills. We provide both individual and team opportunities. Mount Horeb Area Wrestling (MHAW) is a parent-run organization and is not affiliated with the Recreation Department. For more information, visit www.mhawrestling.com or contact Justin Zimpel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mount Horeb Softball Club is inviting interested players (girls currently in 2nd grade through 8th grade), coaches, and parent volunteers to help grow and build the Mount Horeb area youth softball program. MHSC promotes the growth of softball and skill development at all age levels. Registration will begin in January through the Softball Clubâ€™s TeamSnap account. We will be posting more details in the Mount Horeb Mail, on our website, Facebook, and through email blitzes. The Mount Horeb Softball Club is a parent-run organization and is not affiliated with the Recreation Department. For more information or questions, you can visit our website at www.mohosoftballclub.com, or email the Club at email@example.com and asked to be added to our email distribution list.
MOUNT HOREB AREA WRESTLING (MHAW)
FACILITY RESERVATIONS & PARK INFORMATION
SHELTER/BALL FIELD INFORMATION We will begin taking 2020 shelter rentals on Thursday, January 2. To reserve a park shelter: 1. Go to www.gymdandy.io to create an account; click on the orange Login/Sign up button. 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. Click www.gymdandy.io/wi/mount-horeb/orgs/village-ofmt-horeb/to be brought to the Mt. Horeb GymDandy page. You can then 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 need to enter a payment method and card details. Please Shelter Boeck’s Park 204 Parks Street Grundahl Park Enclosed Shelter 401 Blue Mounds St. Grundahl Park Picnic (Open) Shelter 401 Blue Mounds St. Liberty Park 1201 Cox Drive Sunrise Park 201 Telemark Parkway Waltz Park 401 Brian Street
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note that there is a $2.00 GymDandy Service Fee for all online reservations. For reservations made with cash or check, you will need to visit the Mt. Horeb Recreation Department in person. 4. Once your reservation request has been sent, the Mt. Horeb Recreation Department will send an email to you approving or denying the rental. 5. Refunds will not be provided if you cancel your reservation less than two weeks prior to your 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 (minus the $2.00 GymDandy fee). Amenities
May 1 – Oct 1
$70.00 Covered shelter, 10 tables, power outlets, playground, restroom
Enclosed shelter, 6 indoor tables, 2 large outdoor tables, refrigerator, sink, restrooms
May 1 – Oct 31
Covered shelter, 20 tables, power outlets, charcoal grill, playground, basketball court, water fountain, restrooms
May 1 – Oct 15
Covered shelter, kitchenette, 6-8 tables, playground, concession area, water fountain, restrooms
May 1 – Oct 15
Covered shelter, kitchenette, 10 tables, playground, skate park, drinking fountain, restrooms
May 1 – Oct 15
Covered shelter, 6 picnic tables, power outlets, playground, basketball court, water fountain, sand volleyball court, restrooms
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!
608.437.5200 175 Lillehammer Lane
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.
fish fry saturday prime rib
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105 North Grove Street, Mount Horeb, WI 53572
Preferred Phone Number: Parent/Guardian
Cell Phone Number:
Cell Phone Number:
(those who pay property taxes to the Village of Mt. Horeb) Age
Date of Birth
Non-Resident Level/ Session
(first & last name) Discover_______ 3 Digit Code:________
DATE The Recreation Department will only notify you if a program is full or cancelled. Assume you are registered for all the programs you have signed up for.
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Check one: Resident Shirt size: Participant First Name
Feeding… the Leaders of Tomorrow!
1845 Springdale St., Mt Horeb (608) 437-3081
Proud supporter of today’s kids.
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2019 Mount Horeb Rec Winter/Spring Guide