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PROGRAM GUIDE

SCHAUMBURG PARK DISTRICT

Special Events See pages 72-76.

2013-14 Dance Lessons See pages 32-33.

Photo by Len Anzelde, SAPS.

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Board of Park Commissioners

President’s Message

By Mike Daniels, President, Board of Park Commissioners

Mike Daniels President

Sharon DiMaria Commissioner

David Johnson Commissioner

George Longmeyer Commissioner

Welcome to the Schaumburg Park District’s fall season of programs, events and activities, and the continuation of our celebration of 50 years of community fun and recreation. Gusts of cooler autumn air bring in exciting special events and programs for the whole family. From A Haunting in the Valley and all the Halloween favorites to busy fitness centers and active indoor fields at the Sport Center, an action-packed season is in store at the District! The Park Foundation’s Links Technology Cup tees off Aug. 14 at Schaumburg Golf Club. Golfers will enjoy a day of competition, lunch on the course from local restaurants with “Taste on the Tee,” delicious dinner from Chandler’s Chophouse, Grille and Banquets, prizes, and the awarding of the coveted Links Cup to the day’s top foursome. The event always sells out, so register today! Fall is a wonderful time to take a stroll through Tribute Park at Volkening Lake. Autumn colors complement the memorial pathway stones. Visit schaumburgparkfoundation.org to purchase a brick to honor a loved one, a cherished memory, or other special occasion. The District has a new way to stay connected on the go! ParkFun for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is now available on the App Store. This free application, designed and developed by Links Technology Solutions, Inc., connects users with timely information about park locations, field conditions, facilities and fitness opportunities. Search ParkFun on the App Store, or visit www.parkfun.com/app. It’s a great resource! The Android app is in development for release soon. New programs are plentiful this season! Sensational Smoothies will teach little ones healthy eating. Rainbow Adventure will have them searching for colors in nature at Spring Valley. For history buffs, Sausage Making 101 for adults will teach 1880s preservation methods. For those looking for a deeper connection, try Getting Grounded: Yoga Techniques for Vibrant Living. Returning favorites include the monthly TPH program for junior high students, FitQuest, senior trips, Barracuda Swim Team and swim lessons. Spring Valley celebrates 30 years of serving the community with a birthday celebration and concert at Merkle Cabin on Sept. 14. The special events keep going with Autumn Harvest Festival on Oct. 6 and From Hog House to Smokehouse on Nov. 3 at Volkening Heritage Farm. Both events are sponsored by Whole Foods Market in Schaumburg. Boo! Get ready for some fun frights! Costumed pups kick off the Halloween season Oct. 12 with tricks, an agility course and costume contest at the Howl-O-Ween Pooch Parade. Family Pumpkin Carving returns Oct. 19 to Bock. Try to carve the winning pumpkin this year! The Water Works will be filled with pumpkins Oct. 26 during the annual favorite, Pumpkin Splash. Residents will deck their homes out in spooky ways for the Halloween House Decorating Contest and Tour Oct. 28. The Halloween event of them all, Halloween Boonanza, turns the Community Recreation Center and Safety Park into a carnival Oct. 31. And the 50th Celebration continues. I’d like to congratulate the anniversary community partners already recognized this year including the Schaumburg Athletic Association in January; elected officials/committee commission members in February; Schaumburg Community Consolidated School District 54, Township High School District 211, Harper College and the home school community in March; the Schaumburg Boomers Baseball team in April; the Schaumburg Bicycle Club in May; and the Schaumburg Park Foundation in June. The monthly recognitions will continue at Park Board meetings through 2013. Have a healthy, lively and exciting fall! The holidays are just a snowflake away!

Park Board Meetings Robert Schmidt Commissioner

The Schaumburg Park District Park Board meetings are the second Thursday of every month at 7:30PM at the Jerry Handlon Administration Building, 235 E. Beech Drive, Schaumburg.

Tony LaFrenere Executive Director

Schaumburg Park District Mission Statement

The Schaumburg Park District is dedicated to serving the community by providing versatile leisure opportunities through enriching programs, quality facilities and environmental stewardship.

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Registration Dates

Park District Information

All methods of registration occur simultaneously. Registration continues until courses are filled or closed.

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Resident

Online, Walk-In, Mail-In and Drop-Off.......................... Begins July 22 @7AM

Non-Resident

Online, Walk-In and Drop-Off...........................................Begins Aug. 12 @7AM

You’ll notice this icon throughout this edition of the Park District’s program guide. We’re hoping this draws attention to the multitude of choices your family has for physical activity and vigorous fun. The mission of Schaumburg CAN (Children – Activity – Nutrition) is to align the community around opportunities that build a foundation of healthy activity and nutrition for children. For more information, visit www.schaumburgcan.org.

Table of Contents Explore the entire brochure to find a program that is just right for you.

Alexian Brothers: Park Partner............................................7 Aquatics ........................................................................ 16-19 Athletics......................................................................... 20-31 Barracuda Swim Team........................................................19 Birthday Party Services................................................ 12-15 Chandler’s............................................................................50 Clubs.......................................................................................6 Corporate Fitness Passes....................................................8 Cultural Arts (Dance | Performing Arts | Music | Visual Arts)......... 32-39 Early Childhood............................................................. 40-46 Facility Addresses and Phone Numbers.............................5 Fitness Memberships & Facility Information.................. 8-9 Fitness Unlimited........................................................... 54-55 General Interest ............................................................ 47-49 Gift Cards...............................................................................5 Golf Courses.................................................................. 50-53 Gymnastics..........................................................................23 Health & Fitness............................................................ 54-58 Home School........................................................................59 KASPER...............................................................................59 Nursery Services...................................................................8 NWSRA...................................................................................6 Olympic Park.......................................................................31 Park Information & Map.................................................10-11 Personal Training & Massage..............................................8 Preschool....................................................................... 45-46 President’s Message.............................................................3 Registration Form & Info.............................................. 77-78 Room Rentals........................................................................5 SAA.......................................................................................20 Safety Park...........................................................................44 Schaumburg Tennis Plus.............................................. 28-30 Seniors........................................................................... 60-63

Special Events............................................................... 72-76 Sport Center.........................................................................31 Spring Valley Nature Center and Heritage Farm........ 64-68 Teen Programs............................................................... 68-69 Trips................................................................................ 62-63 Volunteer Recognition.................................................. 70-71

Pumpkin Splash at The Water Works See page 75 for information.

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Park District Information Program Information Reading Guide Indicates this activity is available for online registration.

Activity Title

Activity description…

Location Resident/Non-Resident Fee Special Info. Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Course # Age Day Time Date range No. of weeks

Abbreviations: Days--

M....... Monday Tu..... Tuesday W...... Wednesday Th..... Thursday F....... Friday Sa..... Saturday Su..... Sunday

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CRC ���� Community Recreation Center MRC ��� Meineke Recreation Center PSC ���� Patricia Shephard Early Childhood Center

SC ������ The Sport Center SGC ���� Schaumburg Golf Club STP ����� Schaumburg Tennis Plus NC ������ Spring Valley Nature Center

HF ������� Volkening Heritage Farm at Spring Valley OP ������ Olympic Park WG ����� Walnut Greens Golf Course WW ����� The Water Works

Editor: Patricia Casler • Assistant Editor: Tim Carbonara • Graphic Artist: Scott Stompor | Photos: SPD staff and Schaumburg Area Photographic Society (SAPS)

Park District Facilities

Jerry Handlon Administration Building 235 E. Beech Drive Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/985-2115

Atcher Island (seasonal) 730 S. Springinsguth Road Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/985-2135 Bock Neighborhood Center 1223 W. Sharon Lane Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/985-2141 Community Recreation Center and Recreation Department 505 N. Springinsguth Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 Recreation: 847/490-7015 Senior Ctr: 847/490-7026 Registration: 847/490-7020 Birthdays: 847/490-2509

See Park District map and facility/parks information grid on pages 10-11. Schaumburg Baseball Stadium 1999 S. Springinsguth Road Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/461-3695

Maintenance Campus 601 Morse Avenue Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/985-2115 Meineke Recreation Center 220 E. Weathersfield Way Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/985-2144 After 5PM: 847/985-2143 Olympic Park 1675 E. Old Schaumburg Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 Pat Shephard Early Childhood Center and Safety Park 421 N. Springinsguth Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 847/490-7036 Schaumburg Airport 905 W. Irving Park Road Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/985-9778

Schaumburg Golf Club 401 N. Roselle Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 Golf Shop: 847/885-9000 Banquets: 847/885-9009 The Sport Center 1141 W. Irving Park Road Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/891-1266 Schaumburg Tennis Plus Sports and Fitness Club 1416 N. Payne Road Schaumburg, IL 60173 847/884-0678

Vera Meineke Nature Center at Spring Valley 1111 E. Schaumburg Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 847/985-2100 Volkening Heritage Farm at Spring Valley 201 S. Plum Grove Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 847/985-2102 Walnut Greens Golf Course 1150 N. Walnut Lane Schaumburg, IL 60194 847/490-7878 The Water Works Family Aquatics Center 505 N. Springinsguth Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 847/490-2505

Registration is available at locations with this symbol.

Room and Park Rentals

Rooms at the Community Recreation Center, Meineke Recreation Center, Bock Neighborhood Center, Sport Center and Spring Valley are available to rent Monday through Sunday when not being used for classes. To rent a room for parties, meetings or special occasions, pick up an application and fee schedule at any center. Applications and damage deposit must be submitted to the facility at which the rental is requested at least two weeks before the rental date. Rental applications are available online. Events that include alcoholic beverages require a written request to the Park District, liquor permit from the Village of Schaumburg and host liquor liability insurance. Call 847/490-7015 for details. Any person or group wishing to rent a park or field must fill out a park usage application, available at any recreation building. A printable park usage application is also available on the Park District website at www.parkfun.com. See page 11 for details. Other Rentals: For Olympic Park field rentals, call 847/891-1266. For corporate rentals/family reunions, call 847/985-2141. For Community Recreation Center tent rentals, call 847/490-2509. Tent rentals (capacity: 300) may be combined with The Water Works pool packages.

Gift Cards

Gift cards are available from the Schaumburg Park District and may be purchased at any facility. The cards, which do not expire, replace gift certificates and may be used anywhere throughout the District for registration and greens fees, food concessions, and Schaumburg Golf Club and Walnut Greens pro shops. Existing gift certificates will be honored, any balance will be given as a gift card. The gift cards are available with a view of Schaumburg Golf Club or Volkening Lake.

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Clubs

Park District Information

Park District Information

Amateur Radio Club

This club teaches the amateur radio license classes through the Park District. Learn to use radios to talk worldwide! The club meets at 7PM, the third Thursday of each month at the Community Recreation Center. Visitors are welcome! For more information, visit www.n9rjv. org or call 847/798-5248. For details on classes, contact the Park District at 847/490-7020.

Bicycle Club

The Schaumburg Bicycle Club is a group of active adults who cycle in the area and on the many bicycle trails in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. The club rides though Schaum-

burg and nearby towns and hosts rides in Busse Woods and Poplar Creek Forest Preserves. Members cycle on the scenic Illinois Prairie Path and Fox River bicycle trails. Club meetings are 7PM, the fourth Wednesday of the month at the Schaumburg Barn. For more information, visit www.schaumburgbicycleclub.org, or email Jeff (JeffreyS39@ comcast.net), Vice President - Membership Director, Schaumburg Bicycle Club.

Camera Club

The Schaumburg Area Photographic Society (SAPS) is a dedicated group of photo buffs. The Club meets at 7:30PM the second and fourth Monday Sept. - May at the Community Recreation Center. Visit http://sites.google.com/site/schaumburgareaphotosociety for more information.

Garden Club

Interested in learning the basics or want to share gardening experiences with others? Join the Schaumburg Garden Club at 7PM, the second Wednesday of each month at Spring Valley Nature Center. For more information, call 847/9852100.

Nature Club

Spring Valley Nature Club members plan educational programs and tours of the Nature Center, volunteer to work on projects at Spring Valley and raise funds to support conservation and education. For more information, call Jean Tucknott, 847/352-9680, or Spring Valley, 847/985-2100.

Northwest Special Recreation Association Providing Recreation Services to Individuals with Special Needs

The Schaumburg Park District is proud to be a member of Northwest Special Recreation Association (NWSRA). Throughout the northwest suburbs, NWSRA is the leader in providing outstanding recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. NWSRA’s team of full-time therapeutic recreation professionals and trained part-time staff offer a multitude of year-round program offerings including sports, camping, social programs and more. Having fun, being included, making friends, learning new things and going new places are just a few of the benefits of NWSRA programs! Inclusion assistance is provided by NWSRA to those individuals who wish to participate in their home park district program. When registering, the parent of an individual with a disability should inform the Park District (and NWSRA, if desired) of any accommodation needed in order for the individual to successfully participate in the program. Park District staff will contact NWSRA for assistance with the accommodation. Special Leisure Services Foundation, the fundraising arm of NWSRA, partners with public and private corporations, foundations and individuals to support and promote outstanding recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Throughout the year, the organization hosts a variety of fundraising events that help support accessible transportation, general programs, inclusion opportunities, the Kevin T. Kendrigan Memorial Scholarship program and NWSRA Lightning Athletes. For more information on NWSRA, brochures may be picked up at Schaumburg Park District facilities or at the NWSRA office at Park Central, 3000 W. Central Road in Rolling Meadows. NWSRA may be contacted at 847/392-2848 (voice), 392-2855 (TTY) or 392-2870 (fax). Check out NWSRA and SLSF on the internet at www.nwsra.org or www.facebook.com/nwsra.

Americans with Disabilities Act

Schaumburg Park District intends to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act by making reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. If you have any questions about the Park District’s compliance policy, contact A.D.A Compliance Officer Dan Otto at 847/985-2115 or daotto@parkfun.com. If you or a family member has a disability, and are interested in participating in a program or activity, or if you or a family member require any Park District publications be provided to you in a special format, please advise our staff. To assist the District in making these accommodations, contact the compliance officer before the start of the program or event to discuss accommodations for a smooth inclusion. In addition to programs listed in this brochure, the Park District provides specialized services for people with disabilities through NWSRA.

Learn to Skate for Less

Now you can have the excitement of hockey and figure skating while saving money! Schaumburg residents pay resident rates on any Learn to Skate or Developmental Hockey Hockey program at the Hoffman Estates Park District’s Triphahn Community Center and Ice Arena. That’s a savings of nearly 20% on all available ice classes and leagues, including:

• Parent-Tot Lessons • Pre-Hockey Tot • Beginner Figure Skating • Teen Starter Hockey • Adult Beginner Classes 1685 W. Higgins Road Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 (847)885-7500 www.heparks.org

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Personal Training and Massage Personal Training

Facility and Membership Information

Meet your fitness goals! • Private & semiprivate sessions led by certified trainers • Available at CRC, MRC & STP • Convenient times Call CRC................ 847/490-7015 MRC................ 847/985-2143 STP................. 847/884-0678

Facility Memberships

Purchasing Facility Memberships:

1. Purchase in person at CRC, MRC or STP front counter. 2. Proof of residency is required: Adult ...........valid driver’s license Youth ..........must purchase with parent’s valid driver’s license College .......full-time student ID card

• Private sessions with certified therapists • Available at CRC • Convenient times Call CRC................ 847/490-2505

Prices: *Passholder/Non-Passholder ½ hour session........................ $ 45/$ 57 ¾ hour session........................ $ 51/$ 63 1 hour session......................... $ 57/$ 69 1½ hour session...................... $ 85/$102 One Hour Session Packages Prices: *Passholder/Non-Passholder Package of Three.................... $156/$197 Package of Five....................... $250/$318 Package of Seven................... $333/$430 Refunds for packages will be charged the regular one-hour rate per session, not the package discount. *SPD Fitness Center/Pool Passholder

Separate fees - not included in membership fees Please note: If you cannot keep your appointment, please contact us. You will be charged the full rate if you fail to notify us at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment.

Nursery The Play Spot

The CRC and MRC nurseries operate year-round drop-in service for children 1-month to 11 years old of those participating in activities or programs. Parent/guardian must be attending Park District program/service and remain in the facility when child is in nursery.

All passholders must reside at the address indicated on the membership form.

For safety reasons, if nursery has reached maximum occupancy, service may be delayed or denied.

Facility Membership Refund

$2/hour, per child $1/half hour, per child

A refund will be granted to any passholder if requested within 30 days of pass purchase. The first month of the pass rate will be deducted from the refund. A refund will be granted to any passholder with a written medical excuse. The pass will be prorated from date of request. No refunds will be given beyond the first 30 days of purchase other than those with a medical excuse. No refunds for monthly passes. No transfers or extensions on any passes.

Daily Use Fee

Adult Youth

Open Basketball/Volleyball (CRC and MRC)

$4/$8

$4/$8

Open Basketball (STP)

$7/$9

$5/$7

The Water Works

$7/$9

$5/$7

CRC Fitness (must be 14 yrs)

$7/$9

$5/$7

MRC Fitness (must be 14 yrs)

$7/$9

$5/$7

STP Fitness (must be 14 yrs)

$7/$9

$5/$7

A photo ID is required for a Daily Use Pass. Photo ID needed by non-members for open gym. See page 26 for details.

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Prices: 1 one-hour session............. $ 53 5 one-hour sessions............ $250 10 one-hour sessions.......... $470 Other Options: Semiprivate Express Group you & friend half-hour min:3/max:5 1 session.............. $ 76............... $ 34.............. $ 34 ea. 5 sessions............ $315............... $160.............. $170 ea. 10 sessions.......... $610............... $300.............. $340 ea.

Massage

CRC Fall Hours: Begins 8/19 • Mon - Fri.......... 8:30AM-2PM 5-8:30PM • Sat................... 9AM-Noon

MRC Hours • Mon - Fri.......... 8:30AM-Noon • Mon/Wed...........6-9PM • Tue/Thu.............6-8PM

Youth Fitness Commit to Be Fit

Fitness training orientation for 12- and 13-year-olds at CRC and STP. After completion of orientation, participants may use appropriate fitness equipment at Schaumburg Park District fitness centers*. Dates and times for classes are available at SPD fitness centers. $8/person - pre-registration required. Call CRC, 847/490-2505 or STP, 847/884-0678 for details. *Membership or daily use fee required for use of SPD fitness centers.

STP Hours • Wed & Fri......... 9AM-Noon

Corporate Fitness Passes

First-rate facilities... undeniable value Join with a group of five, ten or more co-workers and get in on one of these pass options. See opposite page for facility descriptions and pricing. • Combo................CRC, MRC fitness plus The Water Works • Fitness................CRC, MRC fitness • Standard.............MRC fitness only STP Corporate - for 5 or 10 employees • Fitness/Racquetball/Squash • Tennis/Fitness/Racquetball/Squash

Tiny Tot Open Play

Tuesdays • Noon-2PM at CRC First day is Sept. 10. Children ages 5 years and younger and their parents may explore the indoor playground with ball pit, slides, tunnels and cushy mats. Schedule subject to change. Location: Creative Activity Room at the CRC Fee: $3 per child; Adults are free FA L L 2 0 1 3 | w w w. p a r k f u n . c o m | S c h a u m b u r g P a r k D i s t r i c t


Facility Information

Community Recreation Center 505 N. Springinsguth Road 847/490-2505

Meineke Recreation Center 220 E. Weathersfield Way 847/985-2143

Schaumburg Tennis Plus 1416 N. Payne Road 847/884-0678

The Water Works 505 N. Springinsguth Road 847/490-2505

HOURS OF OPERATION

Mon-Fri........................... 5:30AM-11PM Sat & Sun............................ 6AM-10PM Holidays Thanksgiving, Nov. 28..............8AM-1PM Christmas Eve, Dec. 24......5:30AM-5PM Christmas Day, Dec. 25...........8AM-1PM New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31..... 5:30AM-5PM New Year’s Day, Jan. 1.............8AM-5PM

Mon-Fri...........................5:30AM-10PM Sat & Sun............................6AM-10PM Holidays Thanksgiving, Nov. 28...............8AM-1PM Christmas Eve, Dec. 24....... 5:30AM-5PM Christmas Day, Dec. 25..............CLOSED New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31..... 5:30AM-5PM New Year’s Day, Jan. 1.............8AM-5PM

Mon-Fri............................... 6AM-11PM Sat & Sun.............................7AM-7PM Holidays Thanksgiving, Nov. 28..............8AM-1PM Christmas Eve, Dec. 24............6AM-5PM Christmas Day, Dec. 25.............CLOSED New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31..........6AM-5PM New Year’s Day, Jan. 1............8AM-5PM

Fitness center & pools close 1/2 hour prior to facility closing.

Fitness center closes 1/2 hour prior to facility closing.

Lap Swim (closed Aug. 5-18) Mon-Fri........................... 6AM-10:30PM Sat & Sun......................... 6AM-9:30PM Open Swim (closed Aug. 5-18) Fall Hrs (begin Aug. 21) Mon-Thu.................................5:30-8PM Fri................................................4-8PM Sat & Sun.............................Noon-5PM Labor Day, Sept. 2.............Noon-4:30PM

AMENITIES

Precor, Cybex & Life Fitness Equipment, 8 Exercise Bikes, 2 Airdyne Bikes, 2 Stairmasters, 2 Rowing Machines, 19 Elliptical Machines, 3 AMTs, Free Weights, 20 Treadmills, 2 NuStep Recumbent Crosstrainers, Indoor Running Track, 3 Racquetball Courts, 2 Saunas

Life Fitness Strength Equipment, Smith Press, Plate-Loaded Leg Press, Dual Adjustable-Cable Machine, Preacher Curl, Dumbbell & Bench Area, Hand Weights (5-100lbs), Cardio Equipment, Airdyne Bike, NuStep Recumbent Crosstrainer, 2 Adaptive Motion Trainers, 5 Recumbent Bikes, 2 Upright Bikes, 2 Stairmasters, 6 Elliptical Machines, 8 Treadmills, Row/Rear Delt Machine, Gymnasium, Indoor Running Track

Indoor Tennis Courts, Cardiovascular Equipment, Circuit Training Weight Equipment, Free Weight Area, Squash Courts, Wallyball Courts, Racquetball Courts, Basketball Court, 2 Saunas, 4-Lane Indoor Lap Pool and Whirlpool, Sports Grill & Lounge

Play Pool with 3 Water Slides, Gradual Beach-like Entry, Water Playground, Rapid Water Channel, Diving Pool with One-Meter Diving Board, Lap Pool with six 25-Yard Lanes, Concessions, Family Changing Room, Whirlpool (Seats 15)

Services

Introductory Equipment Instruction, Fitness Assessments, Personal Training, Nursery, Open Gym, Massage, Group Fitness Classes

Personal Training, Nursery, Open Gym, Group Fitness Classes

Personal Training, Fitness Kickboxing, Nursery (appt. only), Racquet Demo Program, Racquet Stringing, Towel Service, Parties, Corporate & Group Outings

Nursery, Rentals Available, Swim Lessons, Lifeguard Training, Aqua Aerobics, Birthday Parties

Other NOTES

All persons using Schaumburg Park District fitness centers must be 14 years of age or older. For new fitness center members, one machine orientation per member is provided by a certified personal trainer. See facility counter for details.

• Tennis Leagues & Lessons • Travel Teams • Permanent Court Time for members • Court Reservations • Private Rentals & Parties

Lap Swim Policy - Saturday and Sunday evening lap swimming may be periodically closed due to private pool rentals. Watch for signs or call for lap pool status. Two lap lanes are guaranteed during lap swim hours.

The Park District reserves the right to change or alter policies and hours at our facilities.

Yearly maintenance Aug. 5-18. No refunds or extensions on memberships due to closing.

Adult Family* Youth Senior Corporate** Memberships and Fees (17 yrs & under) (55 yrs & over)

Small Corp**

Individual Corp**

Premium Plus - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works, 3 Outdoor Pools, Volkening Lake, STP (fitness & tennis)

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$734/$1,142

$1,063/$1,622

$445/$680

$423/$668

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$407/$690 $603/$972 $297/$520 $231/$407 Not Available Not Available Not Available Premium - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works, 3 Outdoor Pools, Volkening Lake Combo Plus - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works, STP (fitness only)

$660/$1,024

$922/$1,476

$402/$637

$364/$578

$3,441/$4,002

$2,254/$3,412

$839/NA

Combo - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works

$372/$593

$535/$863

$275/$438

$207/$327

$1,957/$3,096

$1,144/$1,642

$492/NA

Fitness - CRC and MRC Fitness Only

$194/$297

$269/$409

$142/$222

$111/$164

$979/$1,583

$576/$821

$245/NA

MRC Standard Fitness - MRC Fitness Only

$138/$242

$181/$295

$96/$138

$73/$131

$701/$864

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$192/NA

Indoor Pool Pass - The Water Works Only

$217/$334

$304/$476

$164/$259

$134/$201

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Annual Pool Pass Combo - The Water Works, 3 Outdoor Pools, Volkening Lake

$252/$438

$372/$612

$192/$342

$156/$281

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Schaumburg Tennis Plus (STP Only)

See page 30 for membership options.

* Families consist of parents and their unmarried children 17 years and under residing at the same address and/or unmarried children through age 23 who are full-time students. **Corporate fitness pass, valid for one year, entitles 10 business employees (5 employees for Small Corp, 1 employee for Individual Corp) to fitness pass privileges only. Corporate passes are valid only at Park District fitness centers (CRC, MRC, STP). Not valid at SPD golf courses. Scheduled monthly payments are available for annual passes. All persons using Schaumburg Park District fitness centers must be 14 years of age or older.

Key Ring Membership Cards

This convenient, on-the-go card includes a carabiner for quick attachment to gym and golf bags, key rings or backpacks. The mini-cards feature the member’s photo and barcode. The key ring membership card is optional. Existing size membership cards remain available. First issue of mini-cards is complimentary to members. The standard replacement fee of $10 also applies to key ring cards. Schaumburg Park District passholders may receive the free key ring card and carabiner at Community Recreation Center/The Water Works, Schaumburg Tennis Plus, Meineke Recreation Center, Spring Valley Nature Center, Bock Neighborhood Center, Schaumburg Golf Club and Walnut Greens. For more information, call 847/985-2115 or visit www.parkfun.com. S c h a u m b u r g P a r k D i s t r i c t | w w w. p a r k f u n . c o m | FA L L 2 0 1 3

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Any person or group wishing to rent a park or field must fill out a park usage application, available at any recreation building. A printable park usage application is also available on the Park District website at www.parkfun.com under the Parks tab. Requests are filled on a first-come basis, depending on availability. Park rental fee is $100 for residents, $150 for non-residents and $25 for in-district civic groups. Fee includes picnic tables at shelter sites. All applications are approved by the superintendent of parks. Allow two weeks for processing. For additional information, contact the parks department at 847/985-2115. Rental Information: • Corporate rentals/family reunions..... 847/985-2141 • CRC tent rentals................................847/490-2509 • Olympic Park field rentals.................. 847/891-1266

Adopt-A-Park

The Schaumburg Park District invites organizations to take part in its Adopt-A-Park program. Show community pride and civic responsibility by acting as the eyes and ears of the Park District. A sign with the adopting organization’s name will be displayed at the park. In return, your group will keep the Park District informed of any problems at the park and initiate beautification efforts, including planting flowers and picking up litter. There is no adoption fee. A number of parks are available for adoption. For information, call the superintendent of parks at 847/985-2115.

SPD Guided Park Tour

Enjoy a guided bus tour of various parks within Schaumburg Park District. Some of the parks on the tour include Volkening Lake, Gray Farm, Kay Wojcik Conservation Area, Olympic Park and Spring Valley. The tour begins and ends at the upper Bock parking lot. Pre-registration is required for this free program.

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Birthday Party Services a cupcake box and a cupcake to take home. Birthday cake can be changed to a cupcake cake at no additional charge with this craft option.

The Water Works and CRC Parties

Puppy Party

The Schaumburg Park District offers splashtastic pool and theme parties for every birthday boy or girl. No worries, we’ll do all the work! Book your date and leave the rest to us!

Calling all party animals! Share some puppy love at this two-hour pooch-a-palooza that includes tail-waggin’ games, crafts, décor and activities. Come, sit and play like a puppy! Kitten parties also available.

The Water Works Splash Away Party

Includes: Pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, “puppy treats,” cake, ice cream, paperware, two pack leaders and a take-home craft for each guest.

Splash your birthday away at the Schaumburg Park District’s indoor water park! Postcard invitations included.

Splash Away Package: Three hours, $170/$190 for a min. of 10 people; $12 add’l person (including non-swimming adults) Includes: Party room for one hour, pool for two hours, one party host, pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake, ice cream and white paperware. Splash Away Plus Package: Three hours, $220/$240 for a min. of 10 people; $13 add’l person (including non-swimming adults) Includes: Splash Away package plus party themed decorations and paperware, goodie bags and costume character visit (choose from our characters).

The Water Works Splash Away and Play Party (2-5yrs)

Spend an hour at The Water Works and two hours in the Creative Activity Room for an unforgettable party. Splash Away and Play Package: Three hours, $205/$225 for a min. of 10 people; $12 add’l person (including non-swimming adults) Includes: Playroom for two hours, pool for one hour, one party host, pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake, ice cream and white paperware. Splash Away and Play Plus Package: Three hours, $255/$275 for a min. of 10 people; $13 add’l person (including non-swimming adults) Includes: Splash Away and Play package plus party themed decorations and paperware, goodie bags and costume character visit (choose from our characters).

Indoor Playground Party (2-5yrs)

Fee: $160/180 for a minimum of 10 children $12 for each add’l child Build-A-Puppy Option: Create extra-special memories when each child stuffs and names a new puppy friend, complete with a wishing heart, birth certificate and hand-made collar. Party will be extended to 2 ½ hours.

Birds with Bad Attitudes Party

Help the angry birds get back at the egg stealing pigs and celebrate a birthday at the same time. These feathered friends will flatten any shelters in their way. Enjoy an explosive two-hour party complete with games and activities. Includes: Pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake, ice cream, paperware, two flock leaders and a takehome craft for each guest. Fee: $160/$180 for a minimum of 10 children $12 for each add’l child

Cheerleading Party

We’ve got spirit, yes we do! We’ve got spirit, how ‘bout you? Bring your friends and your spirit fingers for two hours of cheering, eating and fun! Guests learn jumps and motions, a short cheer with pompons, create a special birthday cheer and show off their new skills at a pep rally for parents. Includes: Food, drinks, cake, ice cream, paperware, a head cheerleader (staff member) and pom-pons for each guest. Fee: $160/$180 for 10 children $9 for each add’l child

Pajama Party

The Creative Activity Room is perfect for toddlers with Wear pajamas and prepare to play, dance and giggle your way through 2½ hours of fun. Crafts, games, a ball pit, slides and tunnels. food, drinks, cake and ice cream will make this party Playground Package: Two hours, $150/$170 for feel like a sleepover – without the all-night stay. a min. of 10 children; $10 add’l child Activities will be tailored to the age and gender of Includes: Playroom for two hours, one party host, guests. pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake, ice Includes: Party room for 2½ hours, two party hosts, cream and white paperware. pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake, ice cream Playground Plus Package: Two hours, and paperware. $200/$220 for a min. of 10 children; $11 add’l child Fee: $170/$190 for a minimum of 10 children Includes: Playground package plus party themed $11 for each add’l child decorations and paperware, goodie bags and costume character visit (choose from our Cupcake Decorating Option: For an additional $3.50 per person, each child will get to decorate characters).

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Backyardy Party

(available May 28-Sept. 27) Celebrate the old-fashioned way with back-to-basics games, food and fun! Held outside under the CRC tent, this 2½ hour party offers games including musical chairs, limbo, tag and hot potato. Includes: Hot dog and chips, juice boxes, popcorn, cake, ice cream, paperware and two party hosts. Fee: $170/$190 for a minimum of 10 children; $10 for each add’l child Backyardy Party Plus Option #1: Wet & Wild – Soak up the fun with activities and games that will leave you all wet! The perfect party for a hot summer day. Fee: $190/$210 for a min. of 10 children $12 for each add’l child Backyardy Party Plus Option #2: Massive Messy Fun – Get down and dirty with activities guaranteed to leave each guest a mess! Fee: $195/$215 for a min. of 10 children $13 for each add’l child

You Want It, We’ve Got It Party

The CRC is offering parties designed to fit your needs. From rock star to Barbie, arts and crafts to boot camp, wild west to out-of-this-world, if you have a theme you want, we can create it. Pricing will vary based on theme and length of party. All parties will include food, drinks, cake, ice cream, paperware and a party host. You Want It, We’ve Got It parties must be booked at least one month in advance to allow for planning and supply ordering. Call 847/490-2509 for information. Call 847/490-2509 for party information at The Water Works and CRC. CRC slumber party and large group overnight lock-in information available at www.parkfun.com.

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Bock Parties

Parties may be booked on Saturday and Sunday. Friday parties are available on request. Parties are two hours.

Cake Decorating Party (4-12yrs)

Party guests will enjoy decorating their own cake and cake box to take home. Party includes cake, cake decorations, drinks, candles, paperware and an apron for each party-goer to wear. This 90-minute party is as fun as it is delicious. Fee: $253/$273 for 15 guests $19 each add’l child maximum of 20 guests

Dinosaur Party (5-8yrs)

Welcome to Jurassic Bock! Celebrate your birthday and have a “dino-mite” time. First hour includes staffled themed crafts including making a dinosaur hat and fun games such as Jurassic Bean Bags, Dino Feet Relay and Hot Brontosaurus Egg. Second hour is set aside for pizza and opening presents. Pizza, drinks and paperware are provided. Parent provides dessert.

Fee: $130/$150 for 10 guests $10 for each add’l child

Hawaiian Luau Party (5-8yrs)

Enjoy a tropical birthday party! First hour includes staff-led themed games and crafts. Activities include making a lei and luau bracelet, fun games such as hot coconut and a limbo contest! Second hour is set aside for pizza and opening presents. Pizza, drinks and paperware provided. Parent provides dessert.

LEGO® Robotics Party (8-13yrs)

Enjoy a fun birthday party with LEGO ® Mindstorms Robots! Learn to build and program a LEGO ® Mindstorms robot and watch it respond to commands and perform tasks. Participants will work in pairs for the first 75 minutes on their robots. The final 45 minutes will be spent enjoying drinks and dessert and opening gifts. Parent provides dessert. Drinks and paperware are provided. Party is presented by Program to Learn, Inc. staff and a Park District party host. LEGO ® Robotics Parties may be scheduled from 4-7PM on Saturdays and 1-7PM on Sundays. Participants do not bring home the robot/computer. Fee: $225/$245 for 10 guests $20 for each add’l child Maximum of 16 children

Outer Space Party (5-8yrs)

Pirate Party (5-8yrs)

Ahoy matey! Celebrate your birthday pirate style. First hour includes themed staff-led games and crafts. Activities include making a pirate sword and flag as well as fun games such as X marks the spot, musical islands and cannon pop. Second hour is set aside for pizza and opening presents. Pizza, drinks and paperware provided. Parent provides dessert. Fee: $130/$150 for 10 guests $10 each add’l child

Pixie Dust Party (5-8yrs)

Become a fairy for a day! First hour includes staffled themed crafts such as decorating pixie wings and a fairy wand, and playing fun games. Second hour is set aside for pizza and opening presents. Pizza, drinks and paperware are provided. Parent provides dessert.

Blast off to Bock! Celebrate your birthday in the outFee: $130/$150 for 10 guests er reaches of the galaxy. First hour includes staff-led $10 for each add’l guest themed crafts such as making an alien mask and fun games such as Musical Planet, Pass the Sun Call Bock, 847/985-2141 for party information. and Pin the Astronaut on the Moon. Second hour is set aside for pizza and opening presents. Pizza, drinks and paperware are provided. Parent provides dessert. Fee: $130/$150 for 10 guests $10 for each add’l child

Fee: $130/$150 for 10 guests $10 each add’l child

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Birthday Party Services MRC Parties

STP Parties

Go on a birthday party safari at Meineke! Create an adventure hat, make a safari craft and play the jungle animal bean bag toss game. Wear a festive stick-on animal tattoo or choose from jungle stickers. Pizza, drinks, balloons and festive paperware included. Parent provides dessert. There will also be time for gift opening. Fee: $150/$170 for 10 guests $13 each add’l child

Glam Girl Party (6yrs & up)

Jungle Mania Party (5-8yrs)

Little Princess Party (5-8yrs)

Celebrate your birthday as a princess! You and your friends will create a tiara and receive a magic glitter wand. Enjoy bead jewelry making, princess tattoos and games! Pizza, drinks, balloons and festive paperware included. Parent provides dessert. There will be time for gift opening. Fee: $150/$170 for 10 guests $13 each add’l child

Superhero Party (5-8yrs)

Do you love Spider-Man, Iron Man or any superhero? Then celebrate your birthday at MRC. Pick your favorite superhero and we’ll do the rest! Activities include creating your own cape, sticker and tattoo fun, and partaking in the power ring scavenger hunt. Pizza, drinks, balloons and festive paperware included. Parent provides dessert. There will be time for gift opening. Fee: $150/$170 for 10 guests $13 each add’l child Call MRC, 847/985-2144 for party information.

Schaumburg Tennis Plus parties may be booked on Saturday and Sunday. Paper products, pizza and drinks are included. Parent provides dessert. Food service for non-participating guests for all parties ($6 each).

Party Like a Sports Star at the Sport Center

Each girl may have hair, makeup and nails done and make her own party favor. Fee: $150/$170 for 8 kids $12 each add’l child

Parties include one hour of sports and games or gymnastics, one hour in the party room and a party host to help set-up, clean-up, lead activities and serve food. Food, cake and invitations are included. Sport Center parties are appropriate for children 5 to 12 years old.

Sports Party (6yrs & up)

Fantastic Gymnastics (6yrs and up)

Choose two of the following: basketball, wallyball, dodgeball, floor hockey, soccer or kickball. Fee: First hr: $150/$170 for 10 kids $12 each add’lchild

Tennis Party (8yrs & up)

Play tennis games with a host for an hour and then enjoy pizza and unlimited drinks. Fee: $150/$170 for 10 kids $12 each add’l child

Wallyball Party (10yrs and up)

Enjoy one hour of wallyball, then it’s pizza and soda after! Fee: $150/$170 for 10 kids $12 each add’l child Call STP, 847/884-0678 for party information.

This party includes group instruction and supervised free play in the gymnastics facility. Fee: $205/$230 for 10 guests $13 each add’l child

Grand Slam Baseball

This party includes supervised instruction, activities and games of your choice in the batting tunnel or baseball field. Fee: $180/$205 for 10 guests $11 each add’l child

Super Spike Volleyball, Slam Dunk Basketball or Dodgeball

This party includes supervised basketball, volleyball or dodgeball instruction, games and activities. Fee: $170/$195 for 10 guests $11 each add’l child

Tiny Tot Gym Jam (3-5yrs)

This party includes supervised play in the gym with a variety of play equipment, games and activities. Fee: $170/$195 for 10 guests $11 each add’l child

Touchdown Flag Football

This party includes supervised games on one of the indoor soccer fields. Fee: $180/$205 for 10 guests $11 each add’l child

World Cup Soccer

This party includes supervised instruction, activities and games on one of the indoor soccer fields. Fee: $180/$205 for 10 guests $11 each add’l child Call the Sport Center, 847/891-1266 for party information.

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Spring valley Parties

Make your child’s party a historic event! Choose from three fun-filled themes. Parties are two hours in length and include one hour of themed, staff-led activities and a farm tour. Pizza, drinks, cake, ice cream and paperware are provided. Available MonSat, 2-5PM. Basic: 2 hours, $170/$190 for 10 guests $13 add’l child—max. of 16 Deluxe: 2 ½ hours, includes wagon ride, $200/$220 for 10 guests $16 add’l child—max. of 16

A Doll’s Day (6-10yrs)

Celebrate your special day with a tea-themed party for you, your friends and your favorite doll! Go on a tour to meet the farm animals and make a historic doll to take home.

Barnyard Buddies (3-6yrs)

Explore the wonders of the farm while meeting the farm’s animals with your parents and friends! Enjoy fun farm activities and playing a barnyard buddies game. All children should be accompanied by an adult. Guest count includes all children and adults.

Time Travelers (7-12yrs)

Travel back in time for your birthday! Experience farm life over 100 years ago by helping out with farm chores, making a fun take-home craft and seeing how Spring Valley makes history come to life. Call Spring Valley’s Heritage Farm, 847/985-2102 for party information.

Safety Park and PSC Parties Looking for a new way to celebrate your child’s birthday? Pat Shephard Center and Ken Alley Safety Park offer four unique-themed birthday parties! Safety Park parties include a safety lesson, pizza, drinks, cake, goodie bags, invitations and paper products. Safety Park parties are available mid-April through midOctober. You may also choose to rent Safety Park and bring your own food and beverages. The LEGO ® party includes pizza, drinks, cake, goodie bags, invitations and paper products. A two-hour party package is $160 for 10 children. Additional children $10 each. Two week minimum notice required when booking a party.

Deluxe Safety Park Party (4-5yrs)

Ride your bikes or big wheels and make your own driver’s license. (Max: 20 Children)

Jeep Party at Safety Park (5-7yrs)

Ride around Safety Park in electric jeeps and make your own driver’s license. (Max: 15 Children)

LEGO® Birthday Party at PSC (5-8yrs)

This party is fun and creative with time for guided building activities and free play. (Max: 15 Children)

Train Party at Safety Park (3-4yrs)

Ride the Birthday Party Express! Play pin-thesteamstack-on-the-engine and ride through Safety Park on the trackless train. (Max: 18 Children) Call the Pat Shephard Center, 847/490-7036 for party information.

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Aquatics The Water Works Information

505 N. Springinsguth Road • Phone: 847/490-2505

FALL OPEN Mon-Thu............................................. 5:30-8PM Swim HOURS Fri....................................................... 4-8PM Beginning Aug. 21 Sat/Sun.............................................. Noon-5PM

Lap Swim Hours Mon-Fri............................................... 6AM-10:30PM Sat/Sun.............................................. 6AM-9:30PM Parent & Tot Mon-Fri............................................... 10-11AM Swim Hours Beginning Aug. 21 Daily Use Fees Youth.................................................. $5/$7 Adult................................................... $7/$9 Children 2 and under.......................... Free AMENITIES

Water playground, 3 water slides, separate diving well, separate lap pool, whirlpool, family changing room, concessions

Special Info

Closed for open swim Aug. 5-18 for yearly maintenance.

Labor Day, Sept. 2............................. Noon-4:30PM

The Schaumburg Park District reserves the right to change or alter policies pertaining to The Water Works.

The Water Works Open Swim Guidelines

Areas of the facilities may be closed for programming during open swim hours. Admittance is by membership or daily use fee. Everyone entering the pool deck must pay a fee. Children 8 years and younger must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at least 16 years old. For safety reasons, children may not be left unattended on the pool deck or in the concessions.

The Water Works Lap Swimming Guidelines

Two lap lanes are guaranteed during all pool hours, except during rentals which may occur on Saturday and Sunday evenings. Watch for signs or call for lap pool status. Lap swimmers are expected to circle swim to the right when there are more than two swimmers per lane. For the safety and comfort of lap swimmers, lap swimming is available for patrons age 16 and older or patrons who are able to demonstrate the following skills: rhythmic breathing, a structured stroke as determined by the American Red Cross and continuous swim of 100 yards using one of four structured strokes (front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, butterfly). Admittance is by membership or daily use fee.

Parent/Tot Swim

Monday through Friday from 10-11AM is set aside for parents to enjoy the leisure pool with their children. Children must be accompanied in the water by an adult. Admission by membership or daily use fee.

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Whirlpool Closings

The Water Works whirlpool is closed for cleaning every other Thursday, 8AM-5PM.

The Water Works Pool Rules

1. Children 8 years and younger must be accompanied and supervised by an adult 16 years of age or older at all times. 2. A swimsuit and clean swim attire are required to enter pools. (Un-lined and cut-off shorts or leotards are not allowed.) 3. Noodles, kickboards and floatation devices are allowed only in leisure pool at The Water Works. 4. Coast Guard approved lifejackets are allowed. Parent/guardian must remain within arm’s reach of child at all times and jackets are not allowed on water slides or diving boards. 5. Outside food and beverages are not permitted at The Water Works. 6. Must be 18 years old to use the hot tub. 7. Children not toilet-trained must wear tight-fitting plastic pants. 8. No running in The Water Works facility. 9. Street shoes are not allowed on pool decks. 10. Swimmers are encouraged to take a shower before entering the pool. 11. Children 5 years and older are not permitted in the locker room of the opposite sex. 12. All other state and local health codes apply.

Locker Room Policy

Children 5 years and older will not be permitted in the locker rooms of the opposite sex. Children must be prepared to change their clothing or walk through the locker room on their own. When possible, the District recommends a parent or adult chaperone of the same sex accompany the child through the locker room.

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Swim Lesson Information

1. Parents and spectators are allowed to watch the swim lessons from the concession area. 2. The first day may take longer to get classes started as participants are evaluated. 3. On the last day of class, students may demonstrate their swimming skills. Parents will be allowed to view class from the pool deck, provided shoes are removed. 4. Towels are not provided. 5. Participants must bring a photo ID to receive a locker. 6. The family locker room is only for use of parents with children of the opposite sex 5 years and older. A key is required for entry to the changing area. 7. All Water Works passholders receive a $5 discount on swim lessons.

Swim Lesson Make-Up Procedure

No make-ups for missed lessons. If classes are cancelled by the Schaumburg Park District, arrangements will be made to make up the class.

No Swim Lessons: Oct. 11, 14 & 31 and Nov. 28 & 29 Advanced Swimming Skills

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Parent/Infant Swim

Emphasis is placed on water adjustment skills and stimulating play in a safe environment. Parent is required to be in the water and participate in the class. Children who are not toilet trained must wear tight fitting plastic pants. WW $58/$78 No class 10/14, 10/31 & 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 55561 6-18mos M 10:00-10:30A 18-36mos M 10:35-11:05A 55565 55562 6-18mos Tu 2:10-2:40P 18-36mos Tu 6:40-7:10P 55564 55566 18-36mos W 10:00-10:30A 55563 6-18mos W 10:35-11:05A 6-18mos Th 6:40-7:10P 55569 55567 18-36mos Sa 8:40-9:10A 6-18mos Sa 11:20-11:50A 55568

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Parent/Preschool Swim

Elementary aquatic readiness skills are taught through songs, water play and imitation activities. Parent is required to be in the water and participate in the class. Children not toilet trained must wear tight fitting plastic pants. WW $58/$78 No class 10/31 & 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 55557 3-5yrs Tu 6:05-6:35P 55558 3-5yrs Th 10:00-10:30A 55559 3-5yrs Th 6:05-6:35P 55560 3-5yrs Sa 9:15-9:45A

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Teen/Adult Swim Lessons

It’s never too late to learn to swim or improve rusty strokes. Learn basic strokes and discover how relaxing and rewarding swimming can be. WW $83/$103 No class 10/31 & 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 55574 15+ Tu 8:00-8:45P 55575 15+ Th 8:00-8:45P

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Adult Individual Swim Lessons

Individual lessons provide one-on-one instruction for any level. Participants will be contacted by instructor to schedule ten half-hour private lessons. WW $174/$194 Barcode Age 55537 16+

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For students who complete all levels of Learn-to-Swim and wish to continue developing swimming skills. Focus is on stroke techniques in a non-competitive environment. WW $78/$98 No class 10/11 & 11/29 Barcode Age Day Time 9+ F 4:00-5:00P 55538

Date 09/20-12/06

Wks 10

Tiny Tot Swim

Children will learn to float without support and achieve beginning swimming skills. Ability levels will be evaluated the first day of class. WW $74/$94 No class 10/11, 10/14, 10/31, 11/28 & 11/29 Barcode Age Day Time Date 3-5yrs M/W 10:00-10:30A 09/16-10/21 55582 55585 3-5yrs M/W 10:00-10:30A 10/23-11/25 3-5yrs M/W 5:30-6:00P 09/16-10/21 55592 55584 3-5yrs M/W 5:30-6:00P 10/23-11/25 55583 3-5yrs Tu 9:25-9:55A 09/17-11/19 55586 3-5yrs Tu 10:00-10:30A 09/17-11/19 55593 3-5yrs Tu 1:35-2:05P 09/17-11/19 55579 3-5yrs Tu 6:05-6:35P 09/17-11/19 55576 3-5yrs Th 9:25-9:55A 09/19-12/05 55578 3-5yrs Th 10:35-11:05A 09/19-12/05 55587 3-5yrs Th 1:35-2:05P 09/19-12/05 55577 3-5yrs Th 2:10-2:40P 09/19-12/05 55580 3-5yrs Th 6:05-6:35P 09/19-12/05 55588 3-5yrs F 8:50-9:20A 09/20-12/06 55589 3-5yrs F 10:00-10:30A 09/20-12/06 55581 3-5yrs F 4:00-4:30P 09/20-12/06 55590 3-5yrs Sa 9:15-9:45A 09/21-11/23 55591 3-5yrs Sa 11:20-11:50A 09/21-11/23 55622 3-5yrs Su 9:50-10:20A 09/22-11/24

Wks 5 5 5 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Advanced Tiny Tot Swim

Coordinate advanced front and back swim stroke skills. Class is designed for children who have accomplished skills from preceding classes. To qualify for this program, children must meet the following criteria: swim underwater one body length, ability to front and back float for five seconds and demonstrate all of the Tiny Tot swim requirements. WW $83/$103 No class 10/31 & 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 55539 4-5yrs Tu 10:35-11:05A 55540 4-5yrs Th 1:00-1:30P

Date 09/17-11/19 09/19-12/05

Wks 10 10

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Aquatics Learn-to-Swim

Learn stroke development and water safety skills appropriate for each level. Class is based on seven progressive skill levels. Skills are evaluated on the first day of class. WW $78/$98 No class 10/14, 10/31 & 11/28 Day Time Barcode Age 55545 5-12yrs M/W 4:00-4:40P 55551 5-12yrs M/W 4:00-4:40P 55550 5-12yrs M/W 4:45-5:25P 55552 5-12yrs M/W 4:45-5:25P 5-12yrs Tu 4:00-4:40P 55543 55544 5-12yrs Tu 4:45-5:25P 55546 5-12yrs Th 4:00-4:40P 55547 5-12yrs Th 4:45-5:25P 55548 5-12yrs Sa 9:50-10:30A 5-12yrs Sa 10:35-11:15A 55549 55553 5-12yrs Su 10:25-11:05A 55554 5-12yrs Su 11:10-11:50A

Date 09/16-10/21 10/23-11/25 09/16-10/21 10/23-11/25 09/17-11/19 09/17-11/19 09/19-12/05 09/19-12/05 09/21-11/23 09/21-11/23 09/22-11/24 09/22-11/24

Wks 5 5 5 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Youth Individual Swim Lessons

Individual lessons provide one-on-one instruction for all levels. No make-ups for individual lessons. Participants may only register for one class of individual lessons. WW $174/$194 No class 10/11, 10/14, 10/31, 11/28 & 11/29 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55594 3-17yrs M 8:50-9:20A 09/16-11/25 3-17yrs M 9:25-9:55A 09/16-11/25 55595 55620 3-17yrs M 6:05-6:35P 09/16-11/25 3-17yrs M 6:40-7:10P 09/16-11/25 55616 55619 3-17yrs M 7:15-7:45P 09/16-11/25 55596 3-17yrs Tu 8:50-9:20A 09/17-11/19 3-17yrs Tu 1:00-1:30P 09/17-11/19 55597 55598 3-17yrs Tu 2:10-2:40P 09/17-11/19 3-17yrs Tu 2:45-3:15P 09/17-11/19 55599 55600 3-17yrs Tu 5:30-6:00P 09/17-11/19 55601 3-17yrs Tu 6:40-7:10P 09/17-11/19 3-17yrs Tu 7:15-7:45P 09/17-11/19 55602 55603 3-17yrs W 8:50-9:20A 09/18-11/20 3-17yrs W 9:25-9:55A 09/18-11/20 55604 55621 3-17yrs W 6:05-6:35P 09/18-11/20 55618 3-17yrs W 6:40-7:10P 09/18-11/20 3-17yrs W 7:15-7:45P 09/18-11/20 55617 55605 3-17yrs Th 8:50-9:20A 09/19-12/05 3-17yrs Th 10:00-10:30A 09/19-12/05 55606 55607 3-17yrs Th 2:45-3:15P 09/19-12/05 55608 3-17yrs Th 5:30-6:00P 09/19-12/05 55609 3-17yrs Th 6:40-7:10P 09/19-12/05 55610 3-17yrs Th 7:15-7:45P 09/19-12/05 55611 3-17yrs F 9:25-9:55A 09/20-12/06 55612 3-17yrs F 10:35-11:05A 09/20-12/06 55613 3-17yrs F 4:35-5:05P 09/20-12/06 55614 3-17yrs F 5:10-5:40P 09/20-12/06 55615 3-17yrs F 5:45-6:15P 09/20-12/06

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A quatic P rograms

Splash and Play

Spend your morning splashing and swimming in the leisure pool at The Water Works. The little ones will enjoy time with their parents and meet new friends. For parents and their children ages 5 and younger. Parent must be in the water with the child. WW $58/$78 2nd child fee: $53/$73 No class 10/14, 10/31 & 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 55572 1-5yrs M/W 10:00-11:00A 09/16-11/25 10 55573 1-5yrs Tu/Th 10:00-11:00A 09/17-11/26 10

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L ife G uard T raining

CPR-Professional Rescuer Challenge

This re-certification course brings you up-to-date on professional CPR skills for infants, children, adults and two-person. Participants will receive certification upon successful completion. Books are not provided. Come to class test-ready in 2012 American Red Cross information. WW $52/$72 Barcode Age 55542 16+

Day Time F 5:00-8:00P

Date 12/20

Lifeguard Training Re-Certification

This course is for American Red Cross certified lifeguards. Training is in lifeguarding, First Aid, AED and CPR for the professional rescuer. Re-certification is received on successful completion of the course and tests. Books are not provided. Class will go over 2012 changes. CRC $70/$90 Barcode Age 55556 16+

Day Time F 5:00-9:00P

Date 12/20

Lifeguard Training

Acquire skills and knowledge to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies in this American Red Cross 2012 updated lifeguard certification course. Certification is for first aid, lifeguarding, AED and CPR for the professional rescuer. Prerequisites include a 300yard swim (breaststroke and freestyle), seven-foot surface dive with a 20-yard brick swim, and the ability to tread water for two minutes using legs only. Fee includes all materials. WW $220/$240 Barcode Age Day 55555 15+ Th/F Sa/Su/M

Lifeguard training will give you skills you can use every day! Besides learning first aid and CPR, you will learn emergency preparedness, leadership skills, being part of a team and responsibility! – guardforlife.com

Time 4:30-9:00P 9:00A-5:00P

Date 12/19-12/23

Wks 1

S cuba / S norkeling

SCUBA Training

Learn the SCUBA skills needed to take the open water training certification dive (certification is an additional cost). Family members may take the course at the same time for reduced rate and share course manual/video. The class is conducted by Underseas SCUBA Center. Fee includes manual, video study guide, logbook and use of SCUBA equipment including dive computers. Students must provide mask, fins and snorkel by second class. Proper fit and selection are discussed the first week. Call 630/833-8383 for information. WW $309/$327 Add’l Family Members: $289/$307 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55570 12+ W 6:30-10:00P 09/11-10/16 55571 12+ W 6:30-10:00P 11/06-12/11

Wks 6 6

Snorkeling

Discover the underwater world. This class is offered by Underseas SCUBA Center and includes all equipment and handouts. Call 630/833-8383 for information. WW $67/$87 Barcode Age 55541 5-12yrs

Day Time Sa 9:00-11:00A

Date 12/07-12/14

Wks 2

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Barracuda Swim Team Fall Session: Sept. 23 - Dec. 13 (12 wks)

The Schaumburg Park District Barracuda Swim Team is a multi-level program offering opportunities for competition and skill development to all swimmers. New members are always welcome. Practices are held at Schaumburg and Hoffman Estates High Schools. Ages are used as guidelines. Times subject to change.

Red Group

Swimmers must be able to swim 25 yards. Concentration is 80% drill/stroke development work and 20% conditioning. Average practice will be up to 1000 yards. It is recommended that all swimmers attend all meets (or at least in home dual meets). This is a way for coaches and the swimmer to mark improvement during the season. Swimmers need to have kickboard and yearly AAU registration ($14). SHS, HEHS Barcode Age 55521 8yrs & younger 55523 8yrs & younger 8yrs & younger 55522

Days 2 days/week 3 days/week 4 or 5 days/week

Time Fee 6:30-7:30P $100/$120 6:30-7:30P $145/$165 6:30-7:30P $190/$210

Bronze Group

Swimmers must be able to swim 25 yards. Concentration is 80% drill/stroke development work and 20% conditioning. Average practice will be up to 1000 yards. It is recommended that all swimmers attend all meets (or at least in home dual meets). This is a way for coaches and the swimmer to mark improvement during the season. Swimmers need to have kickboard and yearly AAU registration ($14). SHS, HEHS Barcode Age 55525 9-10yrs 55524 9-10yrs 55526 9-10yrs

Days 2 days/week 3 days/week 4 or 5 days/week

Time Fee 6:30-7:30P $100/$120 6:30-7:30P $145/$165 6:30-7:30P $190/$210

Silver Group

An introduction to competitive swimming. Practice includes starts, turns and the four competitive strokes (butterfly, breaststroke, backstroke, freestyle). Swimmers must be able to swim 50 yards in at least one of the competitive strokes. Concentration is 40% drill/stroke improvement and 60% conditioning. Average practice is 2000 yards. Swimmers will be expected to compete in conference and dual meets. Swimmers need to have kickboard, pull buoy and yearly AAU registration ($14). SHS, HEHS Barcode Age 11-12yrs 55528 55529 11-12yrs 55527 11-12yrs

Days 2 days/week 3 days/week 4 or 5 days/week

Time Fee 7:30-8:30P $100/$120 7:30-8:30P $145/$165 7:30-8:30P $190/$210

Gold Group

Participants should have a strong background in training and stroke mechanics of all four strokes. A strong commitment to compete is needed. Concentration is 30% drill and 70% conditioning. Average practice is 4000 yards (2+ miles). Swimmers need to have kickboard, pull buoy, short style training fins and yearly AAU registration ($14). SHS, HEHS 13+ or with coach’s recommendation Barcode Age Days Time 55532 13+ 2 days/week 6:30-8:30P 55530 13+ 3 days/week 6:30-8:30P 55531 13+ 4 or 5 days/week 6:30-8:30P

Fee $145/$165 $205/$225 $250/$270

Blue Group USSI/ISI Team

Participants should have a strong background in training and stroke mechanics of all four strokes. A strong commitment to compete is needed. Concentration is 30% drill and 70% conditioning. Average practice is 4000 yards (2+ miles). Swimmers need to have kickboard, pull buoy, short style training fins and yearly USS/ISI registration ($60, Dec to Dec). SHS, HEHS Barcode Age 55533 8yrs & younger 8yrs & younger 55534 55535 9+ 55536 9+

Days 3 days/week 4 or 5 days/week 3 days/week 4 or 5 days/week

Time 6:30-7:30P 6:30-7:30P 6:30-8:30P 6:30-8:30P

Fee $145/$165 $190/$210 $205/$225 $250/$270

Registration: Thursday, Sept. 5 • 6-8PM • CRC New Swimmer Tryouts: Sunday, Sept. 8 • Noon-3PM • CRC Swimmers will get in the water and be evaluated by swim coaches.

Online and mail-in registration are not available for Barracudas. Registrants must bring in two checks to register. For all groups there is a team fee of $30 for one swimmer and $10 for each additional swimmer. Practice schedules will be distributed at registration. All participants must register before they are allowed to swim. ISI or AAU membership is required. For more information, call 847/490-7015. Barracuda Hotline: 847/490-4515 • www.schaumburgbarracudas.com

Redeem for free admittance into one Barracuda practice! The bearer of this coupon is entitled to attend one Schaumburg Barracuda Swim Team practice at no charge. Call 847/490-7015 for practice times. expires 12/2/13

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The Schaumburg Athletic Association (SAA) works in cooperation with the Schaumburg Park District to promote youth sports leagues.

Sport Register By Age

Registration Month Online Walk In

Season April-July

Boys Baseball

5-19yrs

Dec.

Fall Baseball

6-13yrs

July

Jan.

Fall

Travel Baseball

10-14yrs

Tryouts August

Sept.-Aug.

Flag Football

5-9yrs

Tackle Football

7-14yrs

March-July June

Aug.-Nov.

Boys & Girls Basketball 6-18yrs

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.-March

Cheerleading & Poms 5-14yrs

Feb.-Apr.

Feb.

July-Dec.

Rec. Soccer - Fall

5-18yrs

Apr.-May

May

Aug.-Oct.

Rec. Soccer - Indoor

5-18yrs

Oct.-Nov.

Oct.

Jan.-March

Rec. Soccer - Spring

5-18yrs

Fill-in Feb.

March-June

Travel Soccer

8-19yrs

Tryouts May & June

Aug.-July

Girls Softball

5-19yrs

Dec.

April-July

Girls Travel Softball

10-18yrs

Tryouts August

Jan.

Sept.-Aug.

SAA Website: www.saa-online.com | Like SAA Schaumburg Athletic Association on Facebook. SAA offices are located at 217 S. Civic Drive on the Barn Campus. Visit the SAA website for information on each sport including registration, pictures and upcoming events that make SAA sports fun and exciting! The Schaumburg Athletic Association (SAA) is an all volunteer organization providing instructional and competitive sports programs for children 5-19 years of age. SAA currently offers the youth sports leagues described in the chart above. For current, detailed SAA sports information, visit www.saa-online.com. The SAA main voice mail number is 847/352-7422.

Upcoming SAA Registrations: (detailed information at www.saa-online.com)

• Travel Baseball:

The travel baseball program was developed for children ages 10 to 14 who want to play at a more competitive level. Tryouts are held in August for the following season. A January through July commitment with numerous practices, games and tournaments is expected. Tryouts: Tryout field locations and dates in August for the 2013 season are posted at www.saa-online.com/travelbaseball.

• Fall Rec Baseball (Late Aug.-Mid-Oct):

Keep the fun going! Leagues are for ages 7 & 8, 9 & 10, 11 & 12, and 13 & 14. Consistent with the SAA spring and summer programs, regular in-house rules apply. Practices begin in August. NO Tryouts: Teams will be drafted from spring season year-end evaluations.

• Travel Softball:

The travel softball group offers teams at the 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U level. Tryouts are held in August and teams begin practicing in September. The emphasis in fall and winter is practices with some games. Teams play in many tournaments in the spring and summer. Tryouts: Try-outs will be held at Olympic Park in Schaumburg. Check www.saa-online.com/ travelsoftball for additional details.

• Basketball:

The basketball program is designed to provide instruction and competition for boys and girls in first grade through high school. The goal of the program is to teach basketball fundamentals, sportsmanship, teamwork, the rules of the game and promote fun. Walk-In Registration: Visit www.saa-online.com/basketball for additional details.

Upcoming SAA Events:

(detailed information at www.saa-online.com)

• Cheerleading & Poms: - Practices begin: Early July.

• Football:

- Practices begin: August. - Homecoming Festivities at Veterans Field: September/October weekend to be determined. Detailed information will be available on the SAA website.

SAA General Membership Meeting Monday Sept 16 • 7:30PM

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AThletics All Star Sports Instruction Programs All Star Sports Instruction: Jr. T-Ball

T-Ball can be a boring game if taught the wrong way! The All Star approach to baseball engages players of every skill level. The coaching technique provides basic building blocks in a safe environment. Players will move and learn even while in the dugout. Mechanics and hand-eye coordination are the keys to early success. Players will be more confident in this active class as they work on proper mechanics of catching, throwing, fielding, baserunning and batting. This fun and exciting program prepares each player for the next level, T-Ball and coach pitch leagues. The program is based on learning teamwork and sportsmanship. SC $73/$93 No class 11/26 & 11/29 Barcode Age Day Time 56309 4-6yrs Tu 11:00A-12:00P 3-4yrs Th 1:00-1:45P 56310 56311 3-4yrs F 10:45-11:30A 4-6yrs Tu 11:00A-12:00P 56312 56313 3-4yrs Tu 1:00-1:45P 56314 3-4yrs F 10:30-11:15A 4-6yrs F 11:15A-12:15P 56315

Date 09/03-10/15 09/05-10/17 09/06-10/18 10/29-12/17 10/29-12/17 11/01-12/20 11/01-12/20

Wks 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

All Star Sports Instruction: Jr. Basketball

This instructional program is designed to teach basketball at a basic level and keep players active and engaged the entire class. Basketball-like games will be played to teach the importance of each skill learned. The program’s foundation technique focuses on basic mechanics to build confidence and add larger challenges over time. Footwork is an extremely important aspect of the game. Class will focus on dribbling with each hand, passing and shooting technique, and understanding basic offense and defense. The program is based on learning teamwork and sportsmanship. SC $73/$93 *$63/$83 No class 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 4-6yrs Th 4:00-5:00P 56333 56334* 4-6yrs Th 4:00-5:00P

Date 09/05-10/17 11/07-12/19

Wks 7 6

All Star Sports Instruction: Jr. Parent/Tot Super Sports

Parents and children will have the opportunity to bond and have fun while learning a variety of sports. Participants will improve simple motor skills including catching, throwing, batting, shooting, passing, running and hand-eye coordination. Parents and children will play soccer, basketball, hockey, T-Ball, football and other sports. This class is a great introduction to the All Star programs and staff. SC $73/$93 No class 11/26 & 11/29 Barcode Age Day Time 56319 2-3yrs Tu 12:00-12:45P 56320 2-3yrs F 9:00-9:45A 2-3yrs Sa 9:00-9:45A 56321 56322 2-3yrs Tu 12:00-12:45P 2-3yrs F 9:00-9:45A 56323

Date 09/03-10/15 09/06-10/18 09/07-10/19 10/29-12/17 11/01-12/20

Wks 7 7 7 7 7

All Star Sports Instruction: Jr. Super Sports

Jr. Super Sports is for the all-around athlete or a child who wants to try different sports. Children will stay active and work on balance, motor skills and hand-eye coordination while learning the rules of baseball, football, floor hockey, soccer and basketball. The program focuses on a new sport each class and works on basic rules and mechanics while playing games. There’s no reason to pick one sport when you can play them all! SC $73/$93 *$63/$83 No class 11/26 & 11/29 Barcode Age Day Time Date 56336 6-8yrs Th 5:00-6:00P 09/05-10/17 56337 4-6yrs F 9:45-10:45A 09/06-10/18 6-8yrs Sa 11:45A-12:45P 09/07-10/19 56338 56339* 6-8yrs Th 5:00-6:00P 11/07-12/19 56340 3-4yrs F 9:45-10:30A 11/01-12/20

Wks 7 7 7 6 7

All Star Sports Instruction: Flag Football Skills Program

This program is designed to increase skill level and overall knowledge of the game. Speed and agility drills will be used to help with balance, lateral and linear movements, and explosiveness from a set stance. Footwork and balance are extremely important for every position. Class will focus on quarterback, running back, line play, receiving and defensive tactics. Games and competitions will take place. Contact is minimal and there will be no tackling. SC $73/$93 *$63/$83 No class 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 56331 6-8yrs Th 3:00-4:00P 56332* 6-8yrs Th 3:00-4:00P

Date 09/05-10/17 11/07-12/19

Wks 7 6

All Star Sports Instruction: Jr. Soccer

Taught the All Star way, this program keeps participants active and engaged both mentally and physically. The lesson plan is designed to teach soccer by hiding drills in fun games and using association techniques at the player’s level. Players are engaged at all times! Classes will cover simple foot skills, dribbling, passing, shooting, basic rules and work on spreading the field. Children will be prepared for the next level of play. The program is based on learning teamwork and sportsmanship. SC $73/$93 *$63/$83 No class 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 56325 4-6yrs Tu 1:45-2:45P 56326 4-6yrs Sa 9:45-10:45A 56327 4-6yrs Tu 1:45-2:45P 56328* 3-4yrs Th 2:00-3:00P

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Athletics B aseball / S oftball

Adult Softball Registration

Adult Over 50 Indoor 12” Softball League

Leagues begin week of Aug. 12 • Olympic Park

Pickup 12” softball games are played every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday morning. League schedule is determined by number of registrants. Pre-registration is required. SC 1 Day: $40/$45 2 Days: $35/$40 3 Days: $30/$35 No games 11/18, 11/20 & 11/21 Barcode Age Day Time Date 56343 50+ M 9:00A-12:30P 10/14-12/16 50+ W 9:00A-12:30P 10/16-12/18 56344 56345 50+ Th 9:00A-12:30P 10/17-12/19

Wks 9 9 9

Keeping up an active lifestyle in later years greatly reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases and even prolongs life! - dcdoctor.com

Little Sluggers T-Ball

This class introduces youngsters to the rules and fundamentals of T-ball and baseball. Participants practice and improve throwing, catching, hitting, base-running and teamwork skills through drills and games. Participants must bring a baseball glove to each class. Location: See below Barcode Age 56095 4-6yrs 56097 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 56096 56098 4-6yrs

$54/$74 Day W Tu W Tu

Time 4:30-5:15P 10:45-11:30A 4:30-5:15P 10:45-11:30A

Date 09/11-10/16 09/10-10/15 10/30-12/11 10/29-12/10

Wks Location 6 SC 6 MRC 6 SC 6 MRC

White Sox Hitting and Defense Club Program

This program presents a step-by-step approach to hitting like a major league player. Instruction includes plate coverage, stepping into a hitting position, hand path and lower half mechanics. Participants will be separated by age group and/or ability level to maximize camp experience. SC $99 Barcode Age 56346 6-8yrs 9-11yrs 56347 56348 6-8yrs 56349 9-11yrs

Day Tu Tu Tu Tu

Time 4:00-5:15P 5:15-6:30P 4:00-5:15P 5:15-6:30P

Date 10/01-10/22 10/01-10/22 10/29-11/19 10/29-11/19

Wks 4 4 4 4

Leagues play a minimum of eight regular season games plus playoffs for the top four teams. For information, contact the athletic supervisor at 847/985-2143.

B asketball

Girls Feeder Basketball League

Shoot hoops in this girls feeder league. Registration is taken at the Sport Center only. SC $775/$850 per team No games 12/28 & 1/14 Barcode Age Day Time Date 56266 11+ Sa 8:00A-1:00P 11/16-03/15 56267 11+ Sa 8:00A-1:00P 11/16-03/15 56268 11+ Sa 8:00A-1:00P 11/16-03/15

Wks 16 16 16

Grade 5-6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade

Half Pint Hoopsters

This class introduces youngsters to the rules and fundamentals of basketball. Participants practice and improve on dribbling, passing, shooting and teamwork skills through drills and games.

Location: See below Barcode Age 56099 4-6yrs 56103 6-9yrs 56101 6-9yrs 56102 6-9yrs 56100 4-6yrs 56104 6-9yrs

$52/$72 No class week of Thanksgiving Day Time Date Wks M 3:30-4:15P 09/09-10/14 6 W 5:30-6:15P 09/11-10/16 6 Sa 10:15-11:00A 09/14-10/19 6 Sa 10:15-11:00A 10/26-12/07 6 M 3:30-4:15P 10/28-12/09 6 W 5:30-6:15P 10/30-12/11 6

Location CRC SC STP STP CRC SC

Matt Walsh Basketball

Led by Schaumburg High School Boys Head Basketball Coach Matt Walsh, this class includes instruction, games and skill sessions designed to improve all players. Participants must bring a basketball to each class. SC $102/$122 Barcode Age 56261 9-14yrs

Day Time Tu/Th 4:30-6:00P

Date 09/24-10/17

Wks 4

D odgeball

See page 73 for NADA Dodgeball Fall Tournament information.

NADA Dodgeball Skills Camp

Learn important techniques, strategies and skills necessary to be part of a successful dodgeball team. Instructors include past and current NADA champions! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to prepare for the NADA Winter National Dodgeball Championships! Fee includes a T-shirt and NADA membership. SC $29/$49 Barcode Age 56543 7-14yrs

Day Time M-W 9:30-11:30A

Date 11/25-11/27

Wks 1

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Gymnastics Lessons Schedule Monday AM

PM

Tuesday

All classes meet at the Sport Center Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

9:00-9:45AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55645 • $70/$90 II: 55646 • $80/$100

9:30-10:15AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 55629 • $80/$100 II: 55630 • $80/$100

9:00-9:45AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 55631 • $80/$100 II: 55632 • $80/$100

9:30-10:25AM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55686 • $80/$100 II: 55673 • $70/$90

9:30-10:25AM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55676 • $80/$100 II: 55677 • $70/$90

9:00-9:45AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 55637 • $80/$100 II: 55643 • $60/$80

9:00-9:55AM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55667 • $70/$90 II: 55668 • $80/$100

10:30-11:15AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55649 • $80/$100 II: 55650 • $80/$100

9:00-9:45AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55651 • $80/$100 II: 55652 • $80/$100

9:30-10:25AM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 55696 • $80/$100 II: 55697 • $70/$90

9:30-10:25AM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 55698 • $80/$100 II: 55699 • $70/$90

9:00-9:45AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55664 • $80/$100 II: 55659 • $60/$80

9:00-9:55AM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 55689 • $70/$90 II: 55690 • $80/$100

1:30-2:25PM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55670 • $80/$100 II: 55671 • $80/$100

10:00-10:55AM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55680 • $80/$100 II: 55681 • $80/$100

10:30-11:15AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55655 • $80/$100 II: 55656 • $70/$90

10:30-11:15AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 55636 • $80/$100 II: 55638 • $70/$90

9:30-10:30AM 6-8 yrs Beginner-Girls I: 55723 • $80/$100 II: 55724 • $60/$80

10:00-10:45AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 55641 • $70/$90 II: 55639 • $80/$100

1:30-2:25PM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 55691 • $80/$100 II: 55692 • $80/$100

11:00-11:45AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 55633 • $80/$100 II: 55634 • $80/$100

3:15-4:10PM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55674 • $80/$100 II: 55675 • $60/$80

11:15AM-Noon 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55657 • $80/$100 II: 55658 • $70/$90

9:45-10:30AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 55640 • $80/$100 II: 55642 • $60/$80

11:00-11:45AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55647 • $70/$90 II: 55648 • $80/$100

3:15-4:10PM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 55693 • $80/$100 II: 55694 • $80/$100

1:00-1:55PM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55685 • $80/$100 II: 55678 • $80/$100

4:00-6:00PM 8-14 yrs Team - Level 4+ Girls $385/$405 Meets Fri

9:45-10:30AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55660 • $80/$100 II: 55661 • $60/$80

1:00-1:45PM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 55627 • $70/$90 II: 55628 • $80/$100

3:30-4:25PM Junior Team $507/$527 Meets Tu/Th

4-6 yrs

1:00-1:55PM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 55701 • $80/$100 II: 55695 • $80/$100

1:00-1:45PM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55666 • $70/$90 II: 55662 • $80/$100

4:00-5:45PM Pre-Team $784/$804 Meets Tu/Th

5-12 yrs

2:00-2:45PM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55653 • $80/$100 II: 55663 • $80/$100

4-6 yrs 2:00-2:55PM Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55679 • $70/$90 II: 55669 • $80/$100

6-14 yrs 4:00-5:45PM Team - Level 3 Girls $784/$804 Meets Tu/Th

3:00-4:00PM 6-8 yrs Beginner-Girls I: 55718 • $80/$100 II: 55715 • $70/$90

4:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrs Beginner-Girls I: 55705 • $70/$90 II: 55706 • $80/$100

6:00-8:30PM 8-14 yrs Team - Level 4 Girls $1034/$1054 Meets Tu/Th

3:00-4:00PM 6-8 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 55732 • $80/$100 II: 55734 • $70/$90

9-12 yrs 4:00-5:00PM Beginner-Girls I: 55714 • $70/$90 II: 55720 • $80/$100

8-14 yrs 6:00-8:30PM Team - Level 4+ Boys $1034/$1054 Meets Tu/Th

6-8 yrs 4:00-5:00PM Intermediate-Girls I: 55733 • $80/$100 II: 55741 • $70/$90

Class Descriptions Parent/Tot: Classes designed for parents with their 2-3 yr. old child. Parents are required to participate in every class as their child is given the opportunity to try many pieces of gymnastics equipment. Tot: Must be 3 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2013 and pottytrained. Children are taught age appropriate gymnastics movements and concepts. Jr. Gymnastics: Beginner-Must be 4 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2013. Children are taught basic gymnastics skills and gym safety rules. Intermediate- Must be 4 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2013. Pre-requisite: Jr. Gym-Beginner. Children who have accomplished basic floor and apparatus skills. Girls/Boys Beginner: Beginners learn basic gymnastics skills while moving around the gym in a safe, appropriate manner.

10:30-11:25AM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55683 • $80/$100 II: 55682 • $60/$80 10:30-11:25AM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 55702 • $80/$100 II: 55703 • $60/$80 10:30-11:30AM 6-8 yrs Beginner/Intermediate-Boys I: 55711 • $80/$100 II: 55712 • $60/$80 10:30-11:30AM 9-12 yrs Beginner/Intermediate-Boys I: 55727 • $80/$100 II: 55729 • $60/$80 11:30AM-12:30PM 6-8 yrs Beginner-Girls I: 55717 • $80/$100 II: 55725 • $60/$80

4:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrs Beginner/Intermediate-Boys I: 55726 • $70/$90 II: 55708 • $80/$100

4:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrs Beginner-Tumb/Cheer I: 55768 • $80/$100 II: 55772 • $70/$90

5:00-6:00PM 6-8 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 55744 • $70/$90 II: 55745 • $80/$100

4:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrs Intermediate-Tumb/Cheer I: 55760 • $80/$100 II: 55766 • $70/$90

5:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 55735 • $70/$90 II: 55736 • $80/$100

5:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrs Beginner-Tumb/Cheer I: 55767 • $80/$100 II: 55769 • $70/$90

5:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrs Beginner/Intermediate-Boys I: 55709 • $70/$90 II: 55710 • $80/$100

5:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrs Intermediate-Tumb/Cheer I: 55762 • $80/$100 II: 55770 • $70/$90

6:00-7:00PM 8-12 yrs Advanced-Girls I: 55748 • $70/$90 II: 55749 • $80/$100

9-12 yrs 5:00-6:00PM Advanced-Tumb/Cheer I: 55761 • $80/$100 II: 55771 • $70/$90

6:00-7:00PM 8-12 yrs Advanced-Boys I: 55750 • $70/$90 II: 55751 • $80/$100

6:00-6:45PM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 55635 • $80/$100 II: 55644 • $70/$90

7:00-8:00PM 12 yrs+ Tumb/Ch-High School I: 55763 • $70/$90 II: 55764 • $80/$100

6:00-6:45PM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 55665 • $80/$100 II: 55654 • $70/$90

For more information, contact the gymnastics team coordinator at 847/891-1266.

6:00-8:30PM 8-14 yrs Team - Level 5+ Girls $1557/$1577 Meets Mon/Tu/Th

7:00-7:55PM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 55672 • $80/$100 II: 55688 • $70/$90

Schedule and instructors subject to change.

7:00-7:55PM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 55700 • $80/$100 II: 55704 • $70/$90

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Girls/Boys Intermediate: Instructor permission required. This class is designed for the gymnast who has mastered basic skills at each event and is ready to learn more difficult skills and work on connecting sequences. Girls/Boys Advanced: Pre-requisite: Girls/Boys Intermediate with instructor permission required. This class continues training for those who do not want to join team or work on routines.

11:30AM-12:30PM 9-12 yrs Beginner-Girls I: 55719 • $80/$100 II: 55722 • $60/$80 11:30AM-12:30PM 6-12 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 55742 • $80/$100 II: 55743 • $60/$80 12:30-1:30PM 6-12 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 55746 • $80/$100 II: 55747 • $60/$80

Tumble/Cheer: This program incorporates balance work, jumps and heavy concentration on tumbling. At the intermediate level, tumbling combinations are added. At the advanced level, difficult tumbling skills and passes are added. Team: Instructor permission required. The team is designed to provide quality training for gymnasts with an exceptional level of intensity. The curriculum and compulsory routines in the GIJO/USAG age group program are followed.

Session I (7-8 wks) Sept. 3 - Oct. 26

Session II (6-8 wks) Oct. 28 - Dec. 20 No class 11/28-11/30

Team Sept. 3, 2013 - May 22, 2014 No class 10/31, 11/28, 11/29, 12/23 & 12/24

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Athletics M artial A rts / S elf - D efense Karate classes are taught by Illinois Shotokan Karate Club’s instructors under the direction of John DiPasquale, four-time National Champion, U.S. Karate National Coach and President of the National Karate Federation of the U.S. Uniforms and belt-testing are options available through the ISKC instructor. Youth, parent/child and adult classes may train together.

Adult Karate

Release tension and develop total body fitness! In addition to self-defense skills, karate develops flexibility and muscle tone, all while improving core strength. From work to home, the benefits of karate can be felt in all aspects of life. Age: 14+ CRC - Tu Hanover Park - W $133/$153 *$182/$202 Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info Tu 8:35-9:35P 09/03-12/10 15 Beg/Cont (White-Yellow belt) 55891 55894* Tu 8:35-10:00P 09/03-12/10 15 Int/Adv (Blue belt & up) 55892 W 8:35-9:35P 09/04-12/11 15 Beg/Cont (White-Yellow belt) 55893* W 8:35-10:00P 09/04-12/11 15 Int/Adv (Blue belt & up)

Adult Karate-Parent/Child

An excellent opportunity to spend quality time with your child while conditioning muscles, developing coordination and improving cardiovascular fitness. Age: 8+ MRC $133/$153 per person *$182/$202 per person Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info Sa 1:30-2:30P 09/07-12/14 15 Beg/Cont (White-Red belt) 55895 55896 Sa 2:30-3:30P 09/07-12/14 15 Novice (Orange-Yellow belt) Sa 3:30-4:30P 09/07-12/14 15 Int (Blue-Green belt) 55897 55898* Sa 4:30-6:00P 09/07-12/14 15 Adv (Purple-Black belt)

Pre Karate/Safety

Young children will develop agility, strength and coordination skills through fun and creative activities. This program, specifically designed to work with growing minds and bodies, enhances memory and agility skills. Watch children blossom while learning karate and having a blast at the same time! Age: 4-7yrs CRC - Tu MRC - Sa Hanover Park - W $133/$153 Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info 55899 Tu 4:00-4:45P 09/03-12/10 15 Beg/Cont Tu 4:50-5:35P 09/03-12/10 15 Int/Adv (Stripe belts and up) 56023 56019 Sa 2:45-3:30P 09/07-12/14 15 Beg/Cont Sa 3:35-4:20P 09/07-12/14 15 Int/Adv (Stripe belts and up) 56020 56021 W 4:00-4:45P 09/04-12/11 15 Beg/Cont 56022 W 4:50-5:35P 09/04-12/11 15 Int/Adv (2 or more prior sessions)

Karate helps maintain a healthy mind and body. It increases concentration and flexibility, as well as tones muscles. - worldwidehealth.com

Youth Karate/Safety

Karate skills put children in touch with their bodies, helps to build coordination, agility, strength and poise, and establishes lasting personal safety skills. The mental aspect of karate is equal to if not greater than the physical. Practicing results in increased self-esteem and enhanced discipline and control. Age: 7-14yrs CRC - Tu Barcode Day Time 56029 Tu 5:40-6:30P Tu 6:30-7:25P 56031 56030 Tu 7:30-8:30P 56033 W 5:40-6:35P 56026 W 6:35-7:30P 56027 W 7:35-8:35P

Hanover Park - W $133/$153 Date Wks Info 09/03-12/10 15 Beg/Cont (White belt) 09/03-12/10 15 Novice (Red-Blue belt) 09/03-12/10 15 Int/Adv (Green belt & up) 09/04-12/11 15 Beg/Cont (White-Orange belt) 09/04-12/11 15 Int (Yellow-Green belt) 09/04-12/11 15 Adv (Purple belt & up)

Age: 8-14yrs MRC $133/$153 *$182/$202 Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info 56032 Sa 1:30-2:30P 09/07-12/14 15 Beg/Cont (White-Red belt) 56024 Sa 2:30-3:30P 09/07-12/14 15 Novice (Orange-Yellow belt) 56025* Sa 4:30-6:00P 09/07-12/14 15 Adv (Purple-Black belt) 56028 Sa 3:30-4:30P 09/07-12/14 15 Int (Blue-Green belt)

The Brave Way Self Defense System

The class includes lecture, demonstrations, hands-on instruction, scenario based training, defense against armed and unarmed attackers, single and multiple attackers, standing, sitting and ground techniques, and rape defense/ prevention. This is not a “stranger danger” lecture, but a class where you will learn actual principles and techniques that will help you properly defend yourself and protect others. Participants will also be given a take-home personal safety guide that will help make you and your loved ones safer. MRC $32/$52 *Ages 8-11 must register and take the class with a parent Barcode Age* Day Time Date 56047 8+ Sa 1:00-3:00P 09/21 56048 8+ Sa 1:00-3:00P 10/19 56049 8+ Sa 1:00-3:00P 11/16

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Open Basketball/Volleyball at CRC, MRC & STP

Fitness passholders have FREE open gym privileges at the facilities included in their membership. All non-members and members using a facility not included in their membership must pay the daily fee. CRC/MRC non-members w/ID - daily use fees: Youth & Adult $4 Res/$8 Non-res STP non-members w/ID - daily use fees: Youth $5/$7 Adult $7/$9 • Volleyball courts available for hourly rentals (CRC/MRC) Community Recreation Center** Time Activity

Meineke Recreation Center Time Activity

Mon-Fri 6-8AM Adult Open Basketball

5:45-8AM 11:30AM-2PM

Schaumburg Tennis Plus Time Activity

Full Court Adult Open Basketball 6AM-8PM Full Court Adult Member Open B-ball

Open Basketball

Mon. 8:30-10:30PM Adult Open Basketball 3-5:30PM Youth Open Basketball 6AM-8PM

Open Basketball

Tue. 3-5:30PM Youth Open Basketball 6AM-8PM

Open Basketball

Wed.

3-5:30PM 7-9:30PM

Youth Open Basketball 6AM-8PM Adult Volleyball

Open Basketball

Thur. 3-5:30PM Youth Open Basketball

3-5:30PM 5:30-7PM

Youth Open Basketball 6AM-8PM Member Open Basketball (All ages)

Open Basketball

Fri. 3-6PM 6-10:30PM

3-5PM 5-7PM 7-9:30PM

Youth Basketball 6AM-8PM Youth Volleyball Adult Volleyball

Open Basketball

Sat. 1-5PM All Ages Open Basketball

6-8AM 6:15-8:45PM

Adult Open Basketball All Ages Open Basketball

Open Basketball

Sun. Noon-3PM All Ages Open Basketball

6-8AM Noon-5PM

Adult Open Basketball 7AM-Noon All Ages Open Basketball

Youth Open Basketball All Ages Open Basketball 1/2 Gym

7-9AM

Open Basketball

Photo ID is required for all non-members. **All participants must check in at The Water Works counter to obtain a wristband. Schedule subject to change due to programs and special events.

Photo ID needed by Non-Members for Open Gym

All non-member open gym participants are required to present a valid photo ID to use the facility. The photo ID may be used for open gym at CRC, MRC or STP. Non-members must pay appropriate daily fee. An SPD photo ID may be purchased for $2 at CRC, MRC and STP. You must show proof of residency and those under 18 require a parent/guardian signature.

Hapkido Street Defense

Hapkido is unique with its focus on the psychology of the street fighter and countering the techniques of other martial styles. Referred to as ‘the complete art of self-defense’, Hapkido incorporates all combat skills including jointlocks, pressure points, throws, escapes, strikes, ground survival and weapon disarming for practical personal protection. Proper technique and leverage is emphasized over strength and power, making it ideal for anyone. MRC $145/$165 Barcode Age 56093 13+

Day Time M/W/F 7:30-8:45P

Date 09/23-12/27

Wks 13

Shindo Kan School of Judo

Shaolin Kung Fu (Choy Lay Fut)

This discipline combines northern and southern Shaolin Kung Fu techniques to create a powerful and effective system of martial arts that has withstood the test of time. Through hard work and discipline, participants achieve greater self-confidence and respect for others in a family-structured atmosphere. CRC $105/$125 Barcode Age 56091 6+

Day Time W 6:00-7:15P

Date 09/11-11/13

Learn Kodokan-styleTM judo. Practice in judo builds self-esteem and self confidence, as well as coordination, balance, strength, stamina and general fitness. Judo is both a sport and formidable system of self defense. Class includes learning throws (takedowns) and groundwork. The principles of judo have proven highly effective while minimizing the potential for injury. No experience necessary. MRC $104/$124 Barcode Age 56092 8+

Day Time M/W 6:00-7:15P

Date 09/30-12/04

Wks 10

Wks 10

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Athletics Tae Kwon Do

Tae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art. Learn the application of blocks, kicks and practical self-defense. Class is designed to develop physical strength, flexibility and coordination as well as reduce stress. Korean self-defense, the art of escaping from holds and grabs in a safe and effective manner, is also included. Classes taught by a seventh degree grandmaster. Great exercise for all ages. MRC $80/$100 No class 11/26 & 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 56038 6-14yrs Tu 6:30-8:00P 56039 15+ Tu 8:00-9:30P 56040 6-14yrs Th 6:30-8:00P 15+ Th 8:00-9:30P 56041

Date 09/10-12/03 09/10-12/03 09/12-12/05 09/12-12/05

Wks Info 12 Beg 12 Beg 12 Adv 12 Adv

Tot Kwon Do

Tot Kwon Do is a non-aggressive art, used strictly for self-defense. Your child will improve concentration, coordination, discipline and respect. Self-confidence improves because children progress individually at their own pace and are not judged against others. MRC $98/$118 Barcode Age 4-7yrs 56052

Day Time Sa 12:30-1:15P

Date 09/14-12/07

Wks 12

Wing Chun

Wing Chun Kung Fu is the most popular southern Chinese martial art. Bruce Lee was the most famous practioner of this style. Train with expert instructors in this unique martial art form. This class allows you to increase your flexibility and get a good workout while learning elements of self-defense. This is a non-competitive program. CRC $142/$162 (1 day) $220/$240 (2 day) Barcode Age Day Time 56094 10+ W 8:00-9:30P Sa 12:45-2:15P

Date 09/25-12/21

Wks 12

M ulti S port P rograms

Friday Tot Lot

The gym will be filled with mats to climb on and all sorts of balls and riding toys for the little ones. Parents must be present at all times. This is not an instructor-led program, but a parent-supervised open gym. SC $20/$30 No class 11/29 Day Time Barcode Age 56253 1-6yrs F 9:30A-12:00P 56254 1-6yrs F 9:30A-12:00P

Date 09/13-10/25 11/01-12/20

Wks 7 7

rACQUETBALL

CRC Racquetball Court Fees

Non-Prime: Mon-Thu...............6AM-4PM............... $6/hr Fri-Sun..................6AM-closing............ $6/hr Prime: Mon-Thu...............4:30-9:30PM........... $8/hr Players must be a CRC fitness passholder or pay the daily use fee.

STP Racquetball Leagues run 7 weeks. Must have an STP membership to participate in an STP racquetball league.

Reservation Policy

STP members may reserve courts in advance up to one week before court time. Non-members may reserve courts 24 hours prior to court time.

Wallyball Court Fees

Challenge Court

Reservation Policy

Passholders may reserve courts in advance up to one week before court time. Non-passholders may reserve courts 24 hours prior to court time.

Racquetball: Wed..... 6-9PM Squash: Tue............6-9PM Sat....... 8AM-Noon Sat/Sun......8AM-Noon Sun...... 8AM-Noon

Permanent Court Times

Wallyball Court Fees

Court Rental: Member.........$16/hr Non-member...........$22/hr Players must be CRC fitness passholders or pay the daily use fee.

Call 847/490-2505.

Cost is $3 per person for court cost. STP membership or daily guest fee is also required.

Court Rental: Member.........$16/hr Non-member...........$22/hr Players must be STP fitness passholders or pay the daily use fee.

Challenge Courts

Two courts are reserved each Saturday from 8-10AM and Sunday from 6-8PM. $3 per person court fee. Membership or daily guest fee is also required.

Unlimited Annual CRC Racquetball Pass

Unlimited racquetball court time available to fitness passholders for only $250/year.

Unlimited STP Racquetball/Squash Court Time Unlimited racquetball/squash court time available to STP members for $250/year.

Racquetball Leagues - CRC

This league will challenge and improve skills. A tournament will be played the final week of the league. SPD gift cards will be given to league and tournament winners. Monday league registration deadline is Sept. 3. Thursday league registration deadline is Sept. 3. Barcode Age Day Time 55223 18+ M 6:00-8:00P 55224 18+ Th 6:00-8:00P

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Wks Info Fee 10 Lvl B/C $50 10 Lvl B/C $50

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Table Tennis Tournaments held quarterly at CRC. Open play is available at CRC and STP. $4 drop-in fee (Res & Non-Res) STP: Tue................. 7-10:30PM CRC: Wed................ 6-10:30PM Thur................ 7-10:30PM Fri................... 6-10:30PM Sun................. 3-6PM Sun................. 3-7PM

Badminton Open play is available at STP. Must call in advance. Youth: $3 • Adults: $5 STP: Sun................. 2-5PM

Open Wallyball Open play is available. STP: Fri................... 6-9PM SPD Res/STP Member:..............$4 Non-Res/Non-STP Member.......$5

For information, call CRC at 847/490-7015 or STP at 847/884-0678. O ther S ports

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Drop-In Adult Pickleball

This mini-tennis game is a combination of ping pong, tennis and badminton. It is easy to learn, provides plenty of exercise and is played on a badminton court. You don’t have to be strong, quick, athletic or good at other sports. This game is not about power, but shot placement and accuracy. For more information, call the Sport Center at 847-891-1266. Age 18+ 18+ 18+

Day W Th F

Time 9:00A-12:00P 12:00-3:00P 6:00-9:00P

Start Date 09/04 09/05 09/06

Fee Location $3/person or $5/couple SC $3/person or $5/couple SC $5/person SC

Fencing

Open to beginners and experienced fencers. Learn new techniques and strategies from Vladimir Lapshin, who trained professionally in Russia for 12 years. Bouts are supervised. Equipment is provided. Wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes. CRC $52/$72 No class 11/25 Barcode Age Day Time 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 56042 56044 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 56043 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 56045

Date 09/09-10/14 09/09-10/14 10/21-12/02 10/21-12/02

Wks Info 6 Beg 6 Adv 6 Beg 6 Adv

Fencing is a great cardio exercise and helps develop muscle strength, flexibility and coordination. – duelfitness.com

Table Tennis Private Lessons

Lessons taught for beginners through advanced levels. Lessons are taught by a certified ITTF coach with over 30 years of playing and over seven years of coaching experience. One-on-one private lessons available for all ages. For an appointment, call Spenser Lam at 224/388-6790. CRC $40/hr $60/1½ hr Age Days Available All ages Tu/F

Time 7:00-10:30P

Date Year round

Kiddy Kickers Soccer

This class introduces the rules and fundamentals of soccer. Participants practice and improve dribbling, passing, shooting and teamwork skills through drills and games. Participants should wear shin guards to class. ‡ Location: See below $54/$74 Parent/Tot Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Location 4-6yrs M 4:30-5:15P 09/09-10/14 6 CRC 55845 55847 6-9yrs M 5:15-6:00P 09/09-10/14 6 CRC 55852‡ 2-3yrs Tu 9:45-10:30A 09/10-10/15 6 MRC 6-9yrs W 6:30-7:15P 09/11-10/16 6 SC 55848 55853 4-6yrs Sa 11:00-11:45A 09/14-10/19 6 STP 6-9yrs Sa 11:00-11:45A 10/26-12/07 6 STP 55851 55849 4-6yrs M 4:30-5:15P 10/28-12/02 6 CRC 55850 6-9yrs M 5:15-6:00P 10/28-12/02 6 CRC 2-3yrs Tu 9:45-10:30A 10/29-12/10 6 MRC 55846 55854 6-9yrs W 6:30-7:15P 10/30-12/11 6 SC

V olleyball

Youth Volleyball Instruction

An introduction to the sport of volleyball. Children will learn the fundamentals of the pass, set and hit through a variety of drills and games.

SC $42/$62 $28/$42 No class 11/30 Day Time Barcode Age 56255 8-9yrs Sa 9:00-9:55A 56256 10-11yrs Sa 10:00-10:55A 56257 12-13yrs Sa 11:00-11:55A 56263* 8-9yrs Sa 9:00-9:55A 56264* 10-11yrs Sa 10:00-10:55A 56265* 12-13yrs Sa 11:00-11:55A

Date 09/14-10/19 09/14-10/19 09/14-10/19 11/02-12/07 11/02-12/07 11/02-12/07

Wks 6 6 6 4 4 4

Girls and Boys Winter Break Volleyball Camps

This camp is for girls and boys planning to try out for their school team. The camp will focus on improving skills through instruction and through playing games.

SC $75/$95 No class 12/24, 12/25, 12/30, 12/31, 1/1 Barcode Age Day Time Date 56270 11-14yrs M/Th 10:00A-12:00P 12/23-12/27 56271 11-14yrs M/Th 10:00A-12:00P 12/30-01/03 56273 8-10yrs M/Th 9:00-10:00A 12/23-12/27 8-10yrs M/Th 9:00-10:00A 12/30-01/03 56274

Wks 3 3 3 3

Volleyball requires participants to work as a team in a fast-paced environment. Team members must learn to respect and help one another. Besides physical benefits, volleyball provides great interpersonal skills. – healthyliving.azcentral.com

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Athletics T ennis

The Schaumburg junior tennis program is designed in a two-tier approach. The Schaumburg 10 and Under Junior Development Pathway is designed to introduce players to tennis, develop mechanics, and teach basic court positioning and keeping score. Age appropriate courts and balls will be used. These classes are a fun introduction to tennis. The Schaumburg High School Varsity Pathway is designed to have players learn tennis so that they can succeed on their high school varsity team. Classes incorporate technical instruction, footwork drills and competitive games to help players achieve their tennis goals.

Lesson Fee structure Example: $178/$198 means… $178 is fee for SPD resident OR an STP current member $198 is fee for non-resident, non-member.

The Schaumburg Tennis Academy is designed for training players who participate in USTA tournaments. Drills are designed around live ball hitting, competing and stress footwork, shot selection and intensity. Academy I is for 10 and Under orange ball players. Academy II is for green and yellow ball sectional tournament players. Academy Select is for sectional and national tournament players. All Academy players must be evaluated by the tennis director. Players in Academy II and Academy Select are expected to compete twice monthly in USTA tournaments.

Tennis players have a greater sense of optimism and self-esteem. The sport requires alertness and tactical thinking. Tennis makes the brain work just as hard as the body. - active.com/tennis

Youth Tennis Lessons at STP

Tiny Tennis

Program is for the true beginner to tennis. Motor skills and hand-eye-coordination are the primary focus. Beginning stroke mechanics will be introduced on the forehand, backhand and serve. Age appropriate equipment will be used. Classes taught on a 36’ court. STP *No class 11/28 Barcode Age 4-6yrs 55777 55778 4-6yrs 55779 4-6yrs 55780* 4-6yrs 55781 4-6yrs 55782 4-6yrs

Day Tu Tu Th Th Sa Sa

Time 4:00-4:45P 4:00-4:45P 4:00-4:45P 4:00-4:45P 9:15-10:00A 9:15-10:00A

Date 08/27-10/15 10/22-12/17 08/29-10/17 10/24-12/19 08/24-10/19 10/26-12/21

Wks Fee 8 $111/$131 9 $125/$145 8 $111/$131 8 $111/$131 9 $125/$145 9 $125/$145

Aces 1

Program is for the true beginner to tennis. Motor skills and hand-eye-coordination are the primary focus. Beginning stroke mechanics will be introduced on the forehand, backhand and serve. Age appropriate equipment will be used. All 6-year-olds must have completed one session of Tiny Tennis. Classes taught on a 36’ court. STP *No class 11/28 Barcode Age 55783 6-8yrs 55784 6-8yrs 55785 6-8yrs 55786* 6-8yrs 55787 6-8yrs 55788 6-9yrs 55789 6-9yrs 55790 6-9yrs

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Day Tu Tu Th Th F F Sa Sa

Time 5:00-6:00P 5:00-6:00P 5:00-6:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 4:00-5:00P 10:00-11:00A 10:00-11:00A

Date 08/27-10/15 10/22-12/17 08/29-10/17 10/24-12/19 08/30-10/18 10/25-12/20 08/24-10/19 10/26-12/21

Wks Fee 8 $148/$168 9 $166/$186 8 $148/$168 8 $148/$168 8 $148/$168 9 $166/$186 9 $166/$186 9 $166/$186

Futures

Class is designed for the player with a basic understanding of stroke mechanics. This player is beginning to rally and movement to the ball is improving. Stroke mechanics on the backhand, forehand and serve will be reinforced. Age appropriate equipment will be used. Classes taught on a 60’ court. STP *No class 9/2 Barcode Age 55798 8-10yrs 55797 8-10yrs 55791* 8-10yrs 55792 8-10yrs 55796 8-10yrs 55795 8-10yrs 55794 8-10yrs 55793 8-10yrs

Day Sa Sa M/W M/W F F F F

Time 11:00A-12:00P 11:00A-12:00P 5:30-6:30P 5:30-6:30P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 5:00-6:00P

Date 08/24-10/19 10/26-12/21 08/26-10/21 10/23-12/23 08/30-10/18 08/30-10/18 10/25-12/20 10/25-12/20

Wks Fee 9 $166/$186 9 $166/$186 8 $296/$316 9 $333/$353 8 $148/$168 8 $148/$168 9 $166/$186 9 $166/$186

Challenger

Class is designed for the player with a basic understanding of stroke mechanics. This player is beginning to move to the ball and contact has improved. Stroke mechanics on the backhand, forehand and serve will be reinforced. All 10-year-olds must have completed one session of Futures. STP Barcode 55801 55802 55803 55804

Age 10-13yrs 10-13yrs 10-13yrs 10-13yrs

Day F F Sa Sa

Time 5:00-6:30P 5:00-6:30P 12:00-1:30P 12:00-1:30P

Date 08/30-10/18 10/25-12/20 08/24-10/19 10/26-12/21

Wks Fee 8 $222/$242 9 $250/$270 9 $250/$270 9 $250/$270

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Adult Tennis Lessons

Adult Level 1

Designed for players just getting back into tennis or the new player looking to learn how to play. This program covers all strokes and players will be given the skills to begin playing right away. This program will consist of stroke mechanics and positioning for singles and doubles. NTRP rating 2.0-3.0

High School Prep

This class is designed for the junior high/high school age player. The program is a perfect fit for those desiring to keep his/her game tuned up in the off season. Drills will be designed around stroke execution along with improvement of the serve. Point play is also a regular training component. This is a live ball class. STP *No class 9/2 Barcode Age 55809 13-15yrs 55810 13-15yrs 13-15yrs 55807* 55808 13-15yrs

Day Sa Sa M/W M/W

Time 8:00-9:30A 8:00-9:30A 4:00-5:30P 4:00-5:30P

Date 08/24-10/19 10/26-12/21 08/26-10/21 10/23-12/23

Wks Fee 9 $248/$268 9 $248/$268 8 $440/$460 9 $494/$514

High School Comp

This class is designed for the middle/high school age player who is a rising freshman or currently plays on their high school JV team. The program is a perfect fit for those desiring to keep his/her game tuned up in the off season. Drills will be designed around stroke execution along with improvement of the serve. Point play is also a regular training component. This is a live ball class. An evaluation is required. STP *No class 9/2 Barcode Age 55815 14-18yrs 14-18yrs 55816 55813* 14-18yrs 55814 14-18yrs

Day Sa Sa M M

Time 8:30-10:00A 8:30-10:00A 5:30-7:00P 5:30-7:00P

Date 08/24-10/19 10/26-12/21 08/26-10/21 10/28-12/23

Wks Fee 9 $250/$270 9 $250/$270 8 $222/$242 9 $250/$270

High School Team

The program is designed for players who compete in a high school varsity program in the top six positions or play state level tournaments. Drills will be designed around point construction. This is a competitive program. An evaluation is required. STP *No class 9/2 Barcode Age 55819* 14-18yrs 55820 14-18yrs

Day Time M 8:00-10:00P M 8:00-10:00P

Date 08/26-10/21 10/28-12/23

Wks Fee 8 $294/$314 9 $333/$353

STP *No class 9/2 Barcode Age Day 19+ M 55823* 55824 19+ M 55825 19+ W 55826 19+ W 55827 19+ Sa 19+ Sa 55828

Time 6:30-7:30P 6:30-7:30P 8:00-9:00P 8:00-9:00P 8:00-9:00A 8:00-9:00A

Date 08/26-10/21 10/28-12/23 08/28-10/16 10/23-12/18 08/24-10/19 10/26-12/21

Wks Fee 8 $148/$168 9 $166/$186 8 $148/$168 9 $166/$186 9 $166/$186 9 $166/$186

Adult Level 2

Class is designed to help players refine their current knowledge of the game. This program will consist of mechanics, strategy and court positioning. Players in this program may begin playing on USTA and local travel leagues. NTRP rating 3.0-3.5 STP *No class 9/2 Barcode Age Day 55837* 19+ M 55838 19+ M 19+ W 55833 55841 19+ W 19+ Sa 55834 55835 19+ Sa

Time 7:30-8:30P 7:30-8:30P 9:00-10:00P 9:00-10:00P 9:00-10:00A 9:00-10:00A

Date 08/26-10/21 10/28-12/23 08/28-10/16 10/23-12/18 08/24-10/19 10/26-12/21

Wks Fee 8 $148/$168 9 $166/$186 8 $148/$168 9 $166/$186 9 $166/$186 9 $166/$186

STP Private & Semi-Private Tennis Lessons

Private and semi-private indoor lessons from professionally-trained staff are offered. To arrange a lesson, stop by or call 847/884-0678. Discount lesson packages are available. Rates (per person) • Private Lesson (1 hour): • Private Lesson (half hour): • Pro + 2 (1 hour):

Member Resident Non-Resident $59 $62 $64 $30 $33 $35 $32 $35 $37

Cancellation Policy: You are financially responsible for private lessons if you cancel less than 24 hours in advance.

STP Year-Round Tennis Drills

Drills are weekly sign-up, pay and play. Club membership not required to join. • Intermediate Drill & Play................................ Tu • Advanced Drill & Play.................................... W

6-8PM 6-8PM

STP Tennis Leagues

STP tennis leagues are for STP members only. These weekly leagues offer men’s and women’s singles and doubles. Leagues are divided into two sessions. Each player must pay full price for the league at time of registration. Register for in-house leagues at STP only. Space is limited. Do not wear black or blue soled shoes on the court. Call STP at 847/884-0678 for details. No matches 11/28 Barcode Age 56596 17+ 56597 17+ 56598 17+ 56599 17+ 56600 17+ 56601 17+ 56602 17+ 56603 17+

Day M Tu Tu W W Sa Th F

Time 7:00-9:00P 10:00A-12:00P 1:00-3:00P 9:30-11:30A 6:30-8:00P 10:00-11:00A 8:00-9:30P 10:00A-12:00P

Date 09/09-12/16 09/03-12/17 09/03-12/17 09/04-12/18 09/04-12/18 09/07-12/21 09/05-12/19 09/06-12/20

Wks 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

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Fee Info $194 Advanced Evening Doubles $159 Beginner Doubles $159 Intermediate Doubles $159 Intermediate Doubles $318 Advanced Singles $222 Advanced Singles $298 Advanced/Intermediate Singles $159 Intermediate Doubles

- Womens 4.0 - Womens 3.0 - Womens 3.5-4.0 - Womens 3.5 - Womens 3.5+ - Womens 3.5-4.0 - Mens 4.0-5.0 - Womens 3.5

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Athletic Facilities STP Information

1416 N. Payne Road • Phone: 847/884-0678

Fall HOURS Mon-Fri...................................6AM-11PM Sat/Sun...................................7AM-7PM Holidays..................................See page 9

Junior and Adult Tennis Events

DAILY GUEST FEES Junior (under 17yrs):..............$5/$7 Adult:......................................$7/$9 Non-members must pay the daily guest rate to use the STP tennis, fitness, racquetball and squash facilities. STP COURT RATES Tennis • Summer Season (June 1 - Aug. 31) All Days All Times................... $12/hr

• Sept. 7......... September Orange Ball Tournament: Boys and Girls 10 and Under • Sept. 28....... Schaumburg Orange Ball Tournament: Boys and Girls 10 and Under

October Events

• Oct. 12......... Red, Orange and Green Play Day

• Indoor Season (Sept. 1 - May 31) Mon-Fri 6-9AM....................... $12/hr 9AM-5PM................. $18/hr 5-10PM..................... $24/hr 10PM-Close.............. $18/hr Sat/Sun 7AM-3PM................. $24/hr 3PM-Close................ $18/hr

Sign-up at Chicago.USTA.com. For information, call 847/884-0678. STP Court Reservations

Racquetball/Squash • Summer Season (June 1 - Aug. 31) All Days All Times................... $6/hr • Indoor Season (Sept. 1 - May 31) Mon-Thur 6AM-4PM................. $6/hr 4PM-Close................ $8/hr Fri-Sun All Times................... $6/hr

September Events

• Challenge Court............................ $3

• Unlimited Yearly Pass................... $250 (must also have a membership) AMENITIES Eight Indoor Tennis Courts, Circuit Training Weight Equipment, Cardiovascular Equipment, Free Weight Area, Racquetball Courts, Squash Courts, Wallyball Courts, Basketball Court, Two Saunas, Four-Lane Lap Pool, Coed Whirlpool, Sports Grill & Lounge

STP members may make open court-time reservations in person or by phone up to seven days in advance. Non-members may make open court-time reservations 24 hours in advance. Cancellation of court time must be made at least 24 hours before play or incur a charge for the court time.

STP Nursery

A responsible and caring on-site nursery service is available. For information, call STP at 847/884-0678.

Schaumburg Tennis Plus Annual Membership Rates Fitness/Racquetball/Squash

Tennis PLUS Fitness/Racquetball/Squash

Resident Non-Resident Adult........................................ $ 289.............$ 431 Family*..................................... $ 385.............$ 623 Junior* (17yrs & under)........... $ 127.............$ 200 Senior (55yrs & over).............. $ 156.............$ 252 Individual Corporate**............. $ 348.............$ 431 Five-person Corporate**.......... $1,117.............$1,786 Ten-person Corporate**........... $1,483.............$2,377

Resident Non-Resident Adult........................................ $ 372.............$ 527 Family*..................................... $ 527.............$ 758 Junior* (17yrs & under)........... $ 135.............$ 217 Senior (55yrs & over).............. $ 217.............$ 305 Individual Corporate**............. $ 434.............$ 527 Five-person Corporate**.......... $1,525.............$2,438 Ten-person Corporate**........... $2,301.............$3,524

Court fees are in addition to membership fees. Monthly scheduled payments through checking/savings account or major credit card are available. Upon sign-up, a one-time, life-of-the-membership $15 monthly debit service fee is required. * Must be 18 years and older to use the pool. Must be 14 years and older to use the fitness equipment. **Corporate memberships are only for those employed by the business/corporation. Current company ID and/or payroll stub is required.

Schaumburg Tennis Plus Sports and Fitness Club (STP) meets your tennis, fitness, racquetball and squash needs. See page 9 for additional information.

See page 9 for Premium Plus and Combo Plus membership information! • Premium Plus membership includes: STP fitness and tennis, CRC and MRC fitness, The Water Works, three outdoor pools and Volkening Lake • Combo Plus membership includes: STP fitness only, plus CRC and MRC fitness and The Water Works

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Sport Center Information

1141 W. Irving Park Road • Phone: 847/891-1266

The Sport Center provides year-round indoor practice and tournament space for teams and leagues. Volleyball, basketball and soccer fields are available for hourly rentals. For information, contact the Sport Center, 847/891-1266. Fall HOURS Mon-Fri.................................9AM-10PM Sat/Sun.................................8AM-9PM BATTING TUNNEL Rental Times 30 min: $18/$25 60 min: $30/$40 Mon-Fri.................................5-10PM Sat & Sun.............................10AM-10PM

“Party like a Sports Star” at the Sport Center

Unlimited Hitting $6/$8 Mon-Fri.................................9AM-5PM Sat & Sun.............................8-10AM Batting tunnels are available for daily and weekend rental. To reserve for an hour or half hour, call 847/891-1266. Reservations are best made at least 24 hours in advance. AMENITIES

Four Basketball Courts, Six Volleyball Courts, Two Soccer Fields (which convert to one Softball/Baseball Field), Full Apparatus Gymnastic Center, Batting Tunnels, Team Rooms, Spectator Areas, Party and Meeting Areas, The Grill Concessions

Olympic Park Information AMENITIES

Eight Artificial Turf Soccer Fields, Two Natural-Grass Soccer Fields, Five Softball Fields,14,000-Square Foot Skate Plaza, Two Basketball Courts, 100 Community Garden Plots

All fields and courts are lighted for nighttime play.

Host your next special occasion at the Sport Center. Parties include one hour of sports and games or gymnastics, one hour in the party room and a party host to help with set-up, clean-up, activities and serving food. Food, drinks and invitations are included. For additional information, call 847/891-1266. 1675 E. Old Schaumburg Road • Phone: 847/891-1266

Looking for a place to play? Rain or shine! Night or day!

The Schaumburg Park District’s Olympic Park features eight synthetic turf soccer fields available for rental. Play soccer on the most beautiful fields in the state. Call the Sport Center at 847/891-1266 to reserve your field time now.

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Cultural Arts S chaumburg S chool of D ance Schaumburg School of Dance has three dance studios at the Community Recreation Center (CRC) and one at the Meineke Recreation Center (MRC). All studios feature sprung wood floors, mirrors and ballet barres. There is a second floor study area at CRC. Schaumburg School of Dance provides skill building techniques through various dance forms. Equal attention is given to provide a pleasant atmosphere essential to learning. Good poise and self-confidence are gained while experiencing the joy of movement which carries through to all parts of the dancer’s life. The goal is to provide every student with a solid dance foundation while leaving room for individual creativity and FUN!

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Dance attire information is available at www.parkfun.com. Class Registration - The fall dance session runs through spring 2014. Classes may be paid in full in the fall or broken into two payments (charge card required). The first payment is due at the time of fall registration and the second payment will be deducted automatically from the credit card Jan. 1. Call registration at 847/490-7015 for payment details. Class Fees - Class fees reflect a 26 wks session for Little Stars Dancers and a 28 wks session for all other classes. Tutu Toddlers, Budding Ballerinas, Jazz’n Juniors, Tiny Tappers and Hip Hop Tots (26 wks): $179/$199 – 30 min. All other classes (28 wks): $192/$212 – 30 min. • $202/$222 – 45 min. • $224/$244 – 60 min. • $241/$261 – 90 min. Class Level Placement - For placement questions, call the dance coordinator at 847/490-7015, ext. 2024. Visiting Days - Parents/guests are invited to attend class on visiting days only. Age Requirements - Dancers must meet the class age requirement by Sept. 1, 2013.

Little Stars Dance Recitals - Tutu Toddlers, Budding Ballerinas, Jazz’n Juniors, Tiny Tappers and Hip Hop Tots may perform in a dance recital on Sunday, April 27, 2014 on the CRC stage. This is an optional activity. Dancers who wish to perform will have an additional costume fee. Audience tickets $5 to $6. Dance Recitals - Dancers enrolled in beginning through advanced levels may perform in the annual dance recitals on May 9 & 10, 2014 at the Prairie Arts Centre. This is an optional activity. Dancers who wish to perform will have an additional costume fee. Audience tickets are $12.

Dance registration is available at CRC only! NO ONLINE registration. TUTU TODDLERS This class is designed for the 3-year-old who loves music and wants to dance. Dancers will concentrate on creative movement using their large motor skills while dancing to their favorite nursery rhyme songs. No dancers in diapers please. Little Stars Dance Recital is optional. BUDDING BALLERINAS Relevé, plié and echappé will be some of the first steps your 4 or 5-year-old will learn in this class. Dancers will learn simple ballet basics introduced through creative forms. Young dancers will blossom in grace and poise. Little Stars Dance Recital is optional. JAZZ’N JUNIORS This class is perfect for the 4 or 5-year-old who wants to move and stretch to upbeat music while building strength and coordination. Simple jazz positions will be taught while listening to lots of fun music. Little Stars Dance Recital is optional. TINY TAPPERS Toe, heel, step, step. These sounds will fascinate your 4 or 5-year-old as they learn their first tap steps. This class will introduce basic steps and will improve their coordination and rhythm skills. Move over Shirley Temple! Little Stars Dance Recital is optional. HIP HOP TOT Is your 4 or 5-year-old always dancing whenever they hear music? Then this class is perfect for your Hip Hop Tot! Your child will learn to dance like their favorite pop stars! In this high-energy, age-appropriate class, kids will learn fun hip hop techniques and combinations to kid-friendly music. BEGINNING LEVEL CLASSES Students enrolled in beginning level classes will learn basic dance terminology and technique. Class structures include isolation and flexibility warm-ups for jazz; barre, center and flexibility work for ballet; and barre and center work for tap. Each class includes combinations designed specifically for this dance level and type. No previous dance experience is necessary. Dancers must be at least 5 years old. BEGINNING LEVEL I CLASSES This level is designed for the continuing student from the Beginning Level Classes. Dancers will build upon the skills they learned in their previous classes. Dancers must have at least two full years of Beginning Level Classes and be at least 7 years old. Instructor evaluation and recommendation required.

BEGINNING LEVEL II CLASSES Students will clarify technique and work to become a stronger dancer. Dancers must have at least one full year of Beginning Level I Classes and be at least 9 years old. Instructor evaluation and recommendation required. BEGINNING LEVEL III CLASSES This level is for the student who is ready for more technique and combination work. Dancers must have at least one full year of Beginning Level II Classes and be at least 10 years old. Instructor evaluation and recommendation required. INTERMEDIATE I-ADVANCED I These levels are for the more serious dancer. Highly technical steps and combinations will be performed and a more disciplined atmosphere is enforced. Dancers must be at least 11 years old. Instructor evaluation and recommendation required. POINTE TRANSITION/BEGINNING POINTE Students enrolled in these classes must be in a Beginning Ballet Level III class and be at least 10 years old. Dancers will not start out in pointe shoes. They will learn proper technique and body placement that accompanies dancing on pointe. Students will progress to wearing pointe shoes upon instructor evaluation and permission.

FLOOR BARRE/TECHNIQUE This is a conditioning class in which dancers will do classical ballet barre while lying on the floor. This technique is used to teach proper body alignment and muscle memory as well as develop maximum turnout. Dancers will utilize the floor to develop and strengthen core muscles and flexibility without the pressure of gravity. Dancers must also be enrolled in a ballet or jazz class. BASIC BALLET TECH/TEEN JAZZ/TEEN TAP These are entry level classes designed for teens. MODERN / LYRICAL Modern is a free moving and creative dance form that does not follow the rules of classical ballet. Lyrical is a combination of ballet and jazz. Modern will be incorporated in this class designed toward lyric expression. Choreography will develop expressive dance movement. Dancers must be currently enrolled in a ballet class. Beginning levels should follow age requirements. All intermediate and advanced levels require instructor evaluation and recommendation. HIP HOP Hip hop is a combination of street styles and contemporary jazz. These high energy classes will be set to current music. Beginning levels should follow age requirements. All intermediate and advanced levels require instructor evaluation and recommendation.

Expressions Dance Company (EDC) & Charmed Dance Company (CDC) Dancers must audition to become a member of Expressions and Charmed Dance Companies. The dance companies perform at community and park district events. Some members will attend dance conventions and/or competitions. For information, email the dance coordinator at asmolitor@parkfun.com or visit www.parkfun.com.

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Schaumburg School of Dance 2013-14 Fall-Spring Lessons Schedule Little Stars dance classes run Sept. 9, 2013 - April 19, 2014 • Beg. – Adv. dance classes run Sept. 9, 2013 - May 3, 2014 Classs

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Day Time

Location Instructor

Classs

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Tu Tu W W Th Th F Sa Sa Sa Sa Tu Tu W W W Th Th Sa Sa Sa Sa Tu Tu Th Tu Th Th Sa Sa Tu W Th Sa M Tu W Th F Sa Sa Tu W Sa M W Tu

CRC MRC MRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC MRC CRC CRC MRC MRC MRC CRC CRC CRC CRC MRC CRC CRC CRC MRC CRC MRC CRC CRC CRC MRC CRC MRC CRC MRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC

56356 10-up F 3:30-4:30P CRC Beg III Ballet Int I/II Ballet 56357 11-up M 7-8P CRC Int III - Adv I Ballet 56359 12-up Th 6-7:30P CRC Basic Ballet Tech 56352 11-up F 5:30-6:30P CRC Floor Barre 56366 9-up F 4:30-5:30 CRC Pointe Transition 56360 11-up M 8-9P CRC 56369 11-up F 5:30-6:30 CRC Pointe Transition Beginning Tap 56437 5-up M 7-7:30P CRC 56438 5-up Tu 5:30-6P CRC Beginning Tap Beginning Tap 56440 5-up F 7-7:30P CRC 56441 5-up Sa 11-11:30A CRC Beginning Tap Beg I Tap 56431 7-up Tu 5-5:45P CRC Beg I Tap 56432 7-up W 4:30-5:15P CRC Beg II Tap 56433 9-up M 4-5P CRC Beg III Tap 56434 10-up Tu 3:30-4:30P CRC Int I/II Tap 56435 11-up M 5-6P CRC Int III - Adv I Tap 56436 12-up Th 5-6P CRC Teen Tap 56439 11-up Th 4:30-5:30P CRC Beginning Jazz 56406 5-up M 6-6:30P CRC Beginning Jazz 56407 5-up Tu 4:30-5P CRC Beginning Jazz 56408 5-up W 5-5:30P CRC Beginning Jazz 56409 5-up Th 4:30-5P CRC Beginning Jazz 56411 5-up Sa 10-10:30A CRC 56412 7-up Tu 3:30-4:15P CRC Beg I Jazz Beg I Jazz 56400 7-up W 6-6:45P CRC 56414 7-up Sa 11:30A-12:15P CRC Beg I Jazz Beg II Jazz 56401 9-up M 6-7P CRC Beg II Jazz 56402 9-up F 3:30-4:30P CRC Beg II Jazz 56415 9-up Sa 2-3P CRC Beg III Jazz 56403 10-up Tu 4:30-5:30 CRC Beg III Jazz 56416 10-up Sa 4-5P CRC Int I/II Jazz 56413 11-up Tu 6:30-7:30P CRC Int III - Adv I Jazz 56405 12-up Tu 7-8P CRC Teen Jazz 56404 11-up Sa 12-1P CRC Beg Hip Hop 56399 6-up Tu 3:45-4:30P CRC Beg I/II Hip Hop 56391 9-up Sa 1-2P CRC Beg II/III Hip Hop 56392 10-up Tu 6-7P CRC Int I/II Hip Hop 56393 11-up W 3:30-4:30P CRC Int II/III - Adv Hip Hop 56394 12-up W 8-9P CRC Beg I/II Lyrical 56423 10-up F 4:30-5:30 CRC Beg III - Int I Lyrical 56424 11-up Tu 8:30-9:30P CRC Int II/III - Adv Lyrical 56425 12-up Tu 8-9P CRC Beg I/II Modern 56426 10-up Sa 3-4P CRC Beg III - Int I Modern 56427 11-up Tu 7:30-8:30P CRC Int II/III - Adv Modern 56428 12-up W 7-8P CRC

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Schedule and instructors subject to change.

Instructors: Keri Dahm, Monica Kramer, Brandee McBride, Ginnie Meyer, Carrie Miller, Ashley Molitor, Chrissy Mosley, Margaret Palmer & Beth Waller No class 10/31 (make-up on 12/12), 11/25-11/30, 12/9-1/3, 3/22-3/28 & 4/12 | Saturday classes resume Jan. 4. S c h a u m b u r g P a r k D i s t r i c t | w w w. p a r k f u n . c o m | FA L L 2 0 1 3

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Cultural Arts BeMoved

SPD Community Singers

Do you like to sing? Enjoy singing a variety of showtunes, folk songs, patriotic numbers and more — all in four-part harmony! Men and women ages 18 and older are welcome. Practices are Monday nights at the CRC. Performances throughout Schaumburg include Septemberfest, clubs, retirement communities and more. Experience singing in a chorus is a plus. CRC $49/$69 (Fee is for the year, Sept.-August. New singers will be prorated!) Barcode Age Day Time Date 56006 18+ M 7:00-9:00P 09/27/12-08/27/13

To schedule a concert, email bewaller@parkfun.com. Fees for concerts: Concert in-district Concert out-of-district 30 min. $55 $ 75 45 min. $65 $ 85 60 min. $80 $100

S ocial D ance

Belly Dance Fitness

This class focuses on learning and perfecting basic belly dance technique and combining moves into fun combinations that work your body and mind! Class includes yoga-based stretches. Wear comfortable, stretchable, form-fitting clothing and barefoot, socks or ballet slippers. Bring a yoga mat for floor stretching if desired. All levels welcome. CRC $57/$77 *$50/$70 Day Time Barcode Age 56374 18+ M 9:00-10:00A 18+ M 9:00-10:00A 56375

Date 09/16-11/04 11/11-12/23

Wks 8 7

Belly Dance Combos and Choreography

Classes focus on strengthening basic belly dance technique, learning advanced moves, layers and combos, and group choreography. This is a performance preparation class, although performance is not a requirement. Class includes yoga-based stretches. Wear comfortable, stretchable, form-fitting clothing and barefoot, socks or ballet slippers. Bring a yoga mat for floor stretching if desired. All levels welcome. CRC $57/$77 *$50/$70 Barcode Age Day Time 56372 18+ M 10:00-11:00A 56373 18+ M 10:00-11:00A

Date 09/16-11/04 11/11-12/23

BeMoved is a new dance fitness experience designed by Sherry Zunker. Classes begin with easy-to-follow therapeutic movements integrating the upper and lower body. The warm up flows into dance styles inspired by a wide variety of musical genres. Each week focuses on a different musical and dance style. BeMoved is designed to inspire participants to embrace dance as a lifelong means to health, joy and fulfillment. CRC $29/$39 No class 11/26 & 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 56679 18+ Tu 8:00-9:00A 18+ Tu 8:00-9:00A 56680 56681 18+ Tu 8:00-9:00A 56682 55+ Th 8:00-9:00A 56683 55+ Th 8:00-9:00A 56684 55+ Th 8:00-9:00A

Date 09/10-10/01 10/08-10/29 11/05-12/03 09/12-10/03 10/10-10/31 11/07-12/05

Wks 4 4 4 4 4 4

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Time Travelers Theatre Ensemble

Wks 8 7

Dance Tech Classes: Couples are recommended, but not necessary. Couples will not rotate partners. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

Wedding Dance

Learn to dance to ballroom, big band, Latin, slow and contemporary dance music. This crash course includes leading and following, traveling, turns and movement. Perfect for anyone in or going to a wedding! Waltz, Swing, Cha Cha and contemporary will be taught. Getting married? Bring your song in on tape or CD and instructor can give ideas on dances at the end of class. CRC Inst: Dance Tech $37/$57 per perso Barcode Age Day Time 56459 16+ Th 7:30-9:00P

Date 10/03-10/10

Wks 2

Free Friday shows once a month at STP Bar & Grill July 26, Aug. 23, Sept. 20, Oct. 18, Nov. 15 & Dec. 13 8-10PM Time Travelers provides great comedy in the form of scripted and improvisational skits, songs and games with the help of audience suggestions. Come join this fast-paced night of hilarity and laugh until you cry! Food and beverage available for purchase at STP Bar and Grill. Men and women 21 years and older interested in auditioning for Time Travelers should contact the cultural arts supervisor at 847/490-7015, ext. 2023. A $60 fee is required if cast in the ensemble.

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Schaumburg Park District Theater at the Community Recreation Center Schaumburg Park District Production of

Santa’s Dilemma By Beth Waller

Santa has run into a problem. Dancer thinks she can help. What has Santa gotten himself into? This 30 min. musical is full of fun surprises and sure to make you laugh.

Saturday, Dec. 7 • 6PM Santa’s Dilemma is part of the Twas a Saturday Night Before…holiday event. See page 76 for information. Details will be available in the winter program guide.

Auditions for Both Plays: Community Recreation Center

Words and Music by Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley

Sept. 8 & 9 -

Register for a time slot If NOT REGISTERED, actor will have to wait for open time slot.

Adapted for the Stage by Leslie Bricusse & Timothy A. McDonald Based on the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory By Roald Dahl Willy Wonka Jr. follows the enigmatic candy manufacturer Willy Wonka as he stages a contest by hiding five golden tickets in five of his scrumptious candy bars. Whoever comes up with the tickets will win a free tour of the Wonka factory and a lifetime of supply of candy. This scrumdidilyumptious musical is guaranteed to delight everyone’s sweet tooth. This show takes audiences on a ride into the land of pure imagination!

Nov. 22-24 | Fri. & Sat., 7PM • Sun., 2PM Tickets: $11 for adults (13 years and older) • $6 for youth Free younger than 2 years if being held.

Parts available for ages 7 to 20 for Willy Wonka Junior and ages 7 to adult for Santa’s Dilemma. Bring a non-returnable head shot (or school photo) marked with name, age, address and phone number. Prepare a short acapella song for audition. $70 fee if cast in production. Additional costume fee may be charged. Sunday, Sept. 8

56632 1:00-1:15p 56635 1:45-2:00p 56638 2:30-2:45p

Monday, Sept. 9

56639 5:00-5:15p 56642 5:45-6:00p

56633 1:15-1:30p 56636 2:00-2:15p 56645 2:45-3:00p

56634 1:30-1:45p 56637 2:15-2:30p 56646 3:00-3:15p

56640 5:15-5:30p 56643 6:00-6:15p

56641 5:30-5:45p 56644 6:15-6:30p

If unable to audition during available times, contact the cultural arts supervisor at bewaller@parkfun.com.

Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka Jr

is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019 Phone: (212) 541-4684 Fax: (212) 397-4684 www.MTIShows.com

P erforming A rts

Saturday Youth Drama Clubs

Children ages 4-5 focus on imagination and reenactments of favorite children’s stories. Ages 6-8 and 9-12 begin learning theatre terminology, improvisation and performance skills using creative drama exercises. Ages 9-12 also explore more advanced concepts of character relationships and audition techniques. Parents are invited to observe the last class when students showcase their work. PSC Inst: Lisa Adams Barcode Age 56647 4-5yrs 56648* 6-8yrs 56649* 9-12yrs

$28/$33 *$47/$67 Day Time Sa 10:00-10:30A Sa 11:30A-12:30P Sa 10:30-11:30A

Date 09/14-10/19 09/14-11/02 09/14-11/02

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The Schaumburg Park District’s Theatre Program is an organizational member of the American Association of Community Theatre.

The Show Must Go On!

Here’s your chance to use your drama skills in performance! Students collaborate to create an original story using improvisation techniques, then develop their story into a performance with props, costumes and staging. Final performance for parents and friends on the last day of class. Prerequisite is Saturday Youth Drama Club. CRC Inst: Lisa Adams $79/$99 Barcode Age Day Time 56653 7-13yrs Tu/Th 4:30-5:30P

Date 09/19-10/29

Wks 6

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Cultural Arts G roup M usic C lasses Group music instruction is a fun and economical way to introduce your child to a lifetime of music. Classes are a safe, low-pressure way to experience the joys of making music. Lessons are available for everyone from infants to seniors. For placement questions, call the music coordinator at 847/490-7015, ext. 2031 for program information.

Kids on Keys

For private music lessons, see pages 37-38.

Music Classes for the Very Young See page 43 for details.

Guitar for Kids

This class is for younger students to learn the fundamentals of guitar. Guitar students are required to provide their own acoustic instruments. PSC Inst: SPD Staff $91/$111 No class 11/27 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55907 8-12yrs W 5:00-6:00P 10/09-12/18 55908* 8-12yrs W 6:00-7:00P 10/09-12/18 *Instructor recommendation required

Wks 10 10

Info Intro Cont

Group Guitar Lessons

Learn basic chords and easy songs in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. Guitar students are required to provide their own acoustic instruments. PSC

Inst: SPD Staff

No class 11/25 & 11/27

$91/$111

• Guitar I Learn basic chords and easy songs in a relaxed atmosphere. Play songs and accompany your singing by the end of the first class. Barcode Age 55903 13+

Day Time M 6:30-7:30P

Date 10/07-12/16

Wks 10

• Guitar II Instructor recommendation required Begin to play simple finger picking patterns and bass runs while learning rudiments of music theory, more chords and complex right-hand rhythms. Barcode Age 55905 13+

Day Time W 7:00-8:00P

Date 10/09-12/18

Wks 10

Groovin’ Guitar Gang

A traditional and economical guitar study for beginners in a fun group setting. Weekly lesson plans are based on the time tested Mel Bay guitar method. Students begin with how to tune a guitar, musical terms, notation and starting to find their way around the neck of a guitar. Group playing will be emphasized using Faber ensemble arrangements with four-part harmonies. Required lesson material will be available for purchase at the first class (approx. $10). Student must bring their own acoustic guitar. PSC Inst: Peter Jump $91/$111 No class 11/26 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Level 55887 7-9yrs Tu 5:00-5:45P 10/08-12/17 10 Grooving Gang I 55888 10-13yrs Tu 4:00-4:45P 10/08-12/17 10 Grooving Gang II

Holiday Music Recital

Sunday, Dec. 8 • 11AM-6PM • CRC

Enjoy an afternoon of music performed by SPD music students. Barcode 55929

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Age 4+

Day Su

Time 11:00A-6:00P

Date 12/08

Fee $5

The Schaumburg Park District’s music program is a member of the Illinois Music Association.

Group piano for 5-7 year olds. This is a fun-filled class that includes short songs, finger exercises and colorful written work. Lesson plans are from the Bastien Young Beginner Series. Instruction is in the Yamaha Clavinova piano lab where students work in a group and individually. Expand their interest in music and start them off on their musical journey. CRC Insts: AC-Allison Cannon; CB-Carole Bryan; BB-Brenda Buchanan $71/$91 No class 11/25, 11/27 & 11/30

• Kids on Keys I This class will use the first half of the Bastien Piano Primer A and the Theory & Ear Training A. Focus will be on learning keyboard geography, musical symbols, rhythm notation and time signatures. Lesson material available for $12 at the first class. Barcode 55915 55921 55918 55922

Age 5-7yrs 5-7yrs 5-7yrs 5-7yrs

Day M M W Sa

Time 4:00-4:45P 6:00-6:45P 4:00-4:45P 11:00-11:45A

Date 10/07-12/16 10/07-12/16 10/09-12/18 10/12-12/21

Wks Inst 10 CB 10 BB 10 BB 10 AC

• Kids on Keys II This continuation of KOK I will finish the second half of the Bastien Young Beginner A books. The focus will be the introduction of staff and note reading. No new lesson material will be required. Prerequisite: KOK I Barcode 55923 55924 55917

Age 5-7yrs 5-7yrs 5-7yrs

Day M W Sa

Time 5:00-5:45P 5:00-5:45P 9:00-9:45A

Date 10/07-12/16 10/09-12/18 10/12-12/21

Wks Inst 10 CB 10 BB 10 AC

• Kids on Keys III This class will begin in the Bastien Young Beginner B books with a review, but quickly move to introducing 8th notes and continue with a comprehensive study of intervals. New lesson material is required and will be available at the first class for $12. Prerequisite: KOK II Barcode Age Day Time 55919 5-7yrs M 7:00-7:45P 55916 5-7yrs Sa 10:00-10:45A

Date 10/07-12/16 10/12-12/21

Barcode Age Day Time 55920 5-7yrs W 7:00-7:45P

Date 10/09-12/18

Wks Inst 10 BB 10 AC

• Kids on Keys IV This class will finish the Bastien Young Beginner B books and feature the study of rests, sharps, flats and staccatos. No new lesson material required. Wks Inst 10 BB

On Key

Group piano lessons for all ages and skill levels. Learn piano in a class room setting in the six Clavinova piano lab. Each student’s lessons include one-on-one instruction and individual practice time at their skill level. Lesson materials will be available for purchase at the first class. CRC Insts: AC-Allison Cannon; BB-Brenda Buchanan; SC Stephanie Cesaroni $111/$131 No class 10/31 & 11/26 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Inst 55939 7+ Tu 4:00-5:00P 10/08-12/17 10 AC 55940 7+ Tu 6:30-7:30P 10/08-12/17 10 AC 55942 7+ Th 4:00-5:00P 10/03-12/19 10 SC 55943 7+ Th 5:00-6:00P 10/03-12/19 10 SC 55944 7+ Th 6:00-7:00P 10/03-12/19 10 SC 55946 7+ F 4:30-5:30P 10/11-12/20 10 BB

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Wee Play Piano

This hands on preschool piano program is held in the seven station Clavinova digital piano classroom. Required piano lesson materials will be available for $19 at the first class. CRC

Inst: Carole Bryan

$69/$89

• Wee Play Piano I (WPPI) Students will have fun marching and drumming to the beat while learning concepts of color, numbers, counting and acquaintance with musical letter names. Required piano lesson materials will be available for $19 at the first class. Barcode Age 3-4yrs 56007 56012 3-4yrs 56010 3-4yrs

Day Time M 1:00-1:45P Th 10:00-10:45A F 11:00-11:45A

Date 09/09-11/11 09/12-11/14 09/13-11/15

Wks 10 10 10

• Wee Play Piano II (WPPII) Continues where WPPI left off. Emphasis is on keyboard playing, finding note names and reading rhythms that are printed on the page. Completes the second half of the books from WPPI. Prerequisite: WPPI. Barcode Age 56008 3-4yrs 3-4yrs 56011

Day Time M 12:00-12:45P Th 12:00-12:45P

Date 09/09-11/11 09/12-11/14

Wks 10 10

• Wee Play Piano III (WPPIII) A continuation of WPPII. Emphasis is on reading music, developing listening skills and following directions. Prerequisite: Wee Play Piano II. New lesson material will be available for $19 at the first class. Barcode Age 3-4yrs 56014 56009 3-4yrs

Day Time M 11:00-11:45A Th 11:00-11:45A

Date 09/09-11/11 09/12-11/14

Wks 10 10

• Wee Play Piano IV (WPPIV) Continues from WPPIII. Emphasis is on reading music, developing listening skills and following directions. Completes the second half of the books from Wee Play Piano III. Prerequisite: Wee Play Piano III. Barcode Age 56013 3-4yrs

Day Time F 12:00-12:45P

Date 09/13-11/15

Wks 10

Wee Play Piano Christmas

A special class featuring Christmas uses a book from the Bastien Piano Party series. All levels and experience from SPD Wee Play classes are welcome and songs will be geared to the child’s level. The last class will be a Christmas party and performances for parents. Lessons material will be available for $6 at the first class. CRC Inst: Carole Bryan $28/$48 Barcode Age Day Time 56015 3-4yrs Th 10:00-10:45A 56016 3-4yrs M 1:00-1:45P 3-4yrs F 12:00-12:45P 56017

Date 12/05-12/19 12/02-12/16 12/06-12/20

Wks 3 3 3

P rivate M usic C lasses | O ct - D ec All private music classes start the week of Oct. 6 (except Thursday classes start Oct. 3) and end the week of Dec. 15-21. One-on-one instruction is a very personal method of learning. The instructor has the luxury of total attention to the way the student learns best. Concepts can be introduced and worked on until they are mastered and the pace is set by your child’s attention span and desire. The goal is to make music study fun, attainable and low pressure while giving students skills for a lifetime. Private lessons are 30 minutes each week. Continuing students will receive the barcode to register for the next session from the instructor. Registration must be done in person. Assume the time remains the same unless other arrangements have been made with instructor.

New students will be added as space becomes available.

To reserve the next available spot, register with the codes below. Piano (30 min.)............. 55930 Piano (45 min.).............. 55931 Saxophone................... 55932 Violin............................. 55935 Voice............................ 55933 Clarinet......................... 55936 Flute............................. 55934 Guitar............................ 55937 Percussion................... 55938 Once registered, you will be contacted by the music coordinator with available slots. If a mutually agreeable time cannot be found, you will receive a full refund. Email cabryan@parkfun.com to find out the status of your registration. For group music lessons, see pages 36.

Private Clarinet Lessons

Clarinet instruction for younger students will concentrate on fingerings, rhythm and counting. Older students will work on tone and technique. Assistance will be given on band music, auditions, solo and ensemble contest music and playing tests. No class 11/25 Instructor Age Kevin Mikol 8+

Day Available M

Location CRC

Fee $165/$185

Wks 10

Private Flute Lessons

Come learn the necessary skills to be an excellent flautist! New students will be introduced to the basics of flute playing including making a tone, holding the flute properly and playing scales. Experienced students will work to improve technique and broaden repertoire. No class 11/25 & 10/31 Instructor Age Days Available Kevin Mikol* 8+ M Stephanie Cesaroni 8+ Tu-Th S c h a u m b u r g P a r k D i s t r i c t | w w w. p a r k f u n . c o m | FA L L 2 0 1 3

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Fee $165/$185 $165/$185

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Cultural Arts Private Classical Guitar Lessons

Learn the fingerstyle technique, the plucking of individual strings with fingers,on this beautiful instrument. Receive training in classical repertoire, reading skills, sight reading and tonal/sound production. Nylon string guitar required. No class 11/26 Instructor Age Peter Jump 10+

Day Available Tu

Location PSC

Fee $165/$185

Wks 10

Private Guitar Lessons

Learn to play this versatile and portable instrument in the style that interests you. Classical, rock, jazz, country and folk are a few of the choices that you can make. Basics include tuning your instrument, chording, strumming and reading charts. Strum to your own “drummer” and learn at your own pace. Students are required to bring their own acoustic guitar. No class 11/25-11/27 Instructor Age Peter Jump 10+

Days Available Tu, W

Location PSC

Fee $165/$185

Wks 10

Private Piano Lessons

One 30 or 45-minute weekly lesson scheduled at the same day, time and location with the instructor chosen. Instructors value each student’s personality and learning style and will strive to provide lessons that include fun while learning. Lesson plans include a balance of theory, ear training, sight reading and repertoire appropriate to the student’s level, desires and ability. The goal of every lesson is to learn how to understand and enjoy the music and the instrument. No class 10/31, 11/25-11/30 Age Days Available Location Instructor Carole Bryan 7+ M-F CRC Brenda Buchanan 7+ M/W/F/Sa CRC 7+ Sa, Su CRC Miho Nakagawa 7+ Tu/Th/Sa CRC Allison Cannon Stephanie Cesaroni 7+ M/Tu/Th CRC 7+ Tu-F CRC Josefina Rusiana CRC Marie Rose Rusiana 7+ Sa

Fee $165/$185 (30 min.) $165/$185 (30 min.) $165/$185 (30 min.) $245/$265 (45 min.) $165/$185 (30 min.) $245/$265 (45 min.) $165/$185 (30 min.) $165/$185 (30 min.) $245/$265 (45 min.) $165/$185 (30 min.)

Wks 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Note: You will be scheduled for one 30 or 45 minute lesson per week. Multiple days listed are instructors availability.

Private Home School Piano Lessons

Add the joy of music instruction to a homeschooler’s curriculum with private lessons. Suggestions are welcome to link the musical study to your curriculum. Morning and early afternoon hours are available. No class 11/25-11/30 Instructor Age Carole Bryan 7+

Days Available Various

Location CRC

Fee $165/$185

Wks 10

Private Percussion/Drum Lessons

Whether you want to excel in your percussion group at school (mallets, bells, chimes, etc.) or you aspire to play full kit in a rock and roll band, these private lessons are for you. Concentration will be on rudiments, simple and complex rhythms, stick handling, set play, music reading and drum solos using the Tommy Igoe Essentials Method. No class 11/27 Instructor SPD Staff

Age 8+

Days Available W

Location CRC

Fee $165/$185

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Wks 10

Private Saxophone Lessons

Instruction includes solo and ensemble pieces in classic and contemporary styles. Students are taught to play with the correct breathing technique, embouchure and tone quality. Basic musicianship skills including sight reading, music theory and composition are emphasized. No class 11/25-11/30 Instructor Age Kevin Mikol 10+ Allison Cannon 10+

Day Available M Tu/Th/Sa

Location CRC CRC

Fee $165/$185 $165/$185

Wks 10 10

Private Violin Lessons

Lessons emphasize traditional methods, note reading, theory, sight reading and string technique. Students are exposed to a variety of different styles of music and will study both solo and ensemble pieces. No class 10/31, 11/25 & 11/28 Instructor Age Days Available SPD Staff 10+ M, Th

Location CRC

Fee $165/$185

Wks 10

Private Voice Lessons

Instruction will focus on breath control, pitch, articulation, posture and stage presence. Students are required to purchase music after evaluation in first class. Music cost is between $15 and $25. No class 10/31, 11/25-11/30 Instructor Age Brenda Buchanan 10+ Stephanie Cesaroni 10+ Kevin Mikol 10+ Amanda Peters 10+ Allison Cannon 10+

Days Available Various Tu, Th M M Tu/Th/Sa

Location CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC

Fee $165/$185 $165/$185 $165/$185 $165/$185 $165/$185

Wks 10 10 10 10 10

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Fashion Design for Girls

V isual A rts

Art Around the World

In this acrylic painting class, students will study art while listening to music from France, Africa, Haiti and America. The masterpieces will reflect the cultural flair of each destination. CRC $59/$79 Barcode Age 56628 6-10yrs

Day Time Sa 9:00-10:00A

Date 09/14-10/19

Wks 6

Cartooning

Learn to draw cartoon characters focusing on feelings, movement and facial expressions. Illustrate your own cartoon character, draw your own comic strip and create your own flip book. Fee includes all supplies. CRC Inst: SPD Staff Barcode Age 56626 7-10yrs

$40/$60 Day Time Tu 5:15-6:00P

Date 09/17-10/22

Wks 6

Ceramic Design

Participants will make one-of-a-kind stoneware projects from sculptural pieces to plates, bowls and vases. Various hand-building techniques will be taught as well as work on the potter’s wheel. All pieces will be glazed and fired. Repeating students continue on their own journey of ceramic exploration. CRC Inst: Jane Robie $96/$116 Fee includes supplies. Barcode Age Day Time Date 56620 16+ M 6:30-8:30P 09/16-11/04

Wks 8

In this class girls will leap into fashion design and create a dress of their very own. We will start by making our own patterns with paper then transfer our patterns to fabric and cut out the pieces. The students will baste pieces together and the instructor will machine sew the garments. Each student will learn how to correctly fit, paint, and decorate her new dress. The grand finale of the class will be a fashion show on the last day. Fee includes supplies. CRC $127/$147 Barcode Age 56672 8-14yrs

Day Time Tu 4:30-6:15P

Date 09/24-10/29

Wks 6

The City of the Future - Architecture Class

In this class, the young architects will learn more about city planning and development. It is great exercise for youth brain development. Students develop spatial (3D) sensitivity. They learn how to manipulate and plan the exterior/outdoor space of the city, to work with scales and measurements, to pay attention to color and detail, and to use different mediums and recycled materials. On big flat panels, young builders plan the different building zones, streets and green spaces in the city. They paint and decorate different buildings, trees, cars, tracks, walking people - all city elements. The city becomes alive. Over all students learn to be team players by working on the collective project- The City of the Future. CRC $127/$147 Barcode Age 56673 6-9yrs

Day Time Tu 4:30-6:15P

Date 11/05-12/10

Wks 6

Clay Antics

This is a kiln-fired ceramics class where participants will learn basic handbuilding and glazing techniques. Students are encouraged to use their imagination. All pieces will be glazed and fired. Since clay can be messy, dress appropriately. CRC Inst: Jane Robie $74/$94 Fee includes supplies. Barcode Age Day Time Date 6-9yrs W 3:30-4:45P 09/18-11/06 56621

Wks 8

Clay Creations

Learn various hand-building techniques and how to work on the potter’s wheel. Projects change each session with a seasonal theme. All pieces will be glazed and fired. Since clay is messy, dress appropriately. CRC Inst: Jane Robie $92/$112 Fee includes supplies. Barcode Age Day Time Date 56622 10-15yrs M 4:00-6:00P 09/16-11/04

Wks 8

Clay Time, Play Time for You and Me

Parent and child will build one-of-a-kind projects together. Classes are taught in a relaxed atmosphere where imagination is encouraged. All pieces will be glazed and fired. Since clay can be messy, dress appropriately. CRC Inst: Jane Robie $61/$81 Fee includes supplies. Barcode Age Day Time Date 56623 3-5yrs W 11:30-12:30P 09/18-11/06

Wks 8

DRAW Kids

Calling all artists who want to learn the tricks and trades of drawing. Through creativity and imagination, participants will take simple geometric shapes and turn them into a more complex drawing. Students will explore multiple media. CRC Inst: SPD Staff Barcode Age 56624 10-13yrs

$58/$78 Day Time Tu 6:00-7:00P

Date 09/17-10/22

Wks 6

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Early Childhood Early Childhood Program Guidelines The first five years are the most formative and vital to the social, emotional and physical development of your child. To meet these needs, Schaumburg Park District has established early childhood programs that enhance your child’s development. To help select the appropriate class, graphic symbols have been placed after each class name indicating the focus as socialization-, fitness-I or specialized (a class such as music or art). Some classes are for parent and child. This is a special time for parents and children. Parents must make arrangements for siblings not registered for class. Nurseries are available at CRC and MRC. Check the front desk for hours. Please register children for the appropriate age class. Children must be the correct age by first day of class. Birth certificate may be required. Instructors are subject to change.

• Fitness....I • Night/Sat. Classes..... • Parent/Child Classes....., • Socialization..... • Specialized.....0 For classes without parents, please plan on staying the first day to complete necessary paperwork. Save time by filling out the required paperwork prior to class. Forms are available at www.parkfun.com.

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Monday Night Fun I, 

Natural Way Parenting 0,

Raising a child in today’s world can be very challenging. Class will discuss ways to raise children in a more natural lifestyle. Participants will discuss and sample food choices, make baby wipes and learn resources available for the Natural Way lifestyle choice. Parent must attend class with child. CRC $10/$15 Barcode Age 56071 2-3yrs

Day Time Th 9:30-10:30A

Date 11/07

Pumpkin Fun 0,

Have you decorated a pumpkin to celebrate the season? Instructors will supply a pumpkin, you supply the creativity—will it have yarn hair, wiggle eyes, sticker earrings? After decorating pumpkins, participants will sing songs, listen to a story and eat a pumpkin flavored snack! Parent must attend class with child. CRC $10/$15 Barcode Age 56072 2-3yrs

Day Time Th 9:30-10:30A

Date 10/17

Sensational Smoothies 0,

Let’s make a treat that’s fun to make and healthy to eat! Smoothies are a great way to get kids to drink a cool drink packed with fruit, vegetables, vitamins and calcium all depending on what is mixed in them. Blend up some fun! Parent must attend class with child. CRC $10/$15 Barcode Age 56062 2-3yrs

Day Time Th 9:30-10:30A

Date 09/19

An active child is a happy and healthy child. Enjoy a fun and playful atmosphere that encourages parents and children to be active together. Class time is structured and encourages children to enjoy fitness through hoops, balls and jump ropes in this fun and active class. Children and parents must wear gym shoes. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $36/$54 No class 10/14 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55883 2-4yrs M 6:00-7:00P 09/16-10/21

Wks 6

Movin’ and Groovin’ to Music I,

This class is a great way to develop gross motor skills and eyehand coordination. Play with bean bags, scarves, feathers and the parachute while moving to music. There will be time to explore the large play equipment. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $47/$67 Barcode Age Day Time 55881 18-28mos W 9:15-10:15A 55882 24-36mos W 10:30-11:30A

Date 09/18-11/06 09/18-11/06

Wks 8 8

Dancing is a great way to improve overall physical health and be active. Kids develop higher stamina, strength and a larger range of motion. Dancing as a family makes the event twice as fun! – livestrong.com

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For classes without parents, please plan on staying the first day to complete necessary paperwork. Save time by filling out the required paperwork prior to class. Forms are available at www.parkfun.com.

Help keep classes from being cancelled! Register early! Classes with low enrollment may be cancelled a week before the start date. LEGO® Builders 

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Animal Adventures ,

Take an adventure through different animal kingdoms. Each week children will discover a new animal friend. Learn about animal colors, sizes and sounds through stories, crafts and music. On the last day of class, children may bring in their favorite stuffed animal. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Sherri Page $53/$73 Barcode Age Day Time 55886 22-42mos Tu 9:00-10:00A

Date 09/17-11/12

Wks 9

Babygarten ,

Babygarten is much more than a play group! Infants and their caretakers will share nursery rhymes, songs and books. Participants will make a toy or baby book item that celebrates milestones. Instructor will share insights about infant development and parenting. The class ends with play time. Parent must attend class with child. CRC $36/$54 Barcode Age 55962 1-15mos

Day Time W 1:00-2:00P

Date 10/02-11/06

Wks 6

Cinderella’s Winter Snow Ball 

Enjoy a magical night of princess fun. Class time will focus on snowflakes and glass slipper fun! Dress up in your favorite prince/princess outfit. Parents do not attend this special time for children. CRC Inst: Sherri Page $10/$15 Barcode Age Day Time 56089 42mos-6yrs W 6:00-7:00P

Date 12/04

Expand your child’s imagination while having fun with friends each week. Creative movement, art, music and stories will be part of this fun class for parents and tots! Social independence, language and motor skills develop as children learn to follow directions, take turns and share. Parent must attend class with child. Date 09/17-11/05

PSC Inst: Cynthia Lackowski $47/$67 No class 10/14 Barcode Age Day Time Date 56018 4-6yrs M 7:00-8:00P 09/16-11/11

Wks 8

LEGO Friends 

Create Heartlake City! Children will construct objects to help Olivia, Stephanie, Emma and their animal friends. Time will be spent playing Lego games, listening to stories, problem solving with LEGOs and free building. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. PSC Inst: Cynthia Lackowski $47/$67 Barcode Age Day Time 4-6yrs W 7:00-8:00P 56090

Date 09/18-11/06

Wks 8

Let’s Have Fun with Miss Lori ,

Let’s get messy, let’s have fun! Children will spend time playing on large motor equipment, playing with the parachute and creating crafts. Art activities will allow children to create a unique take home item. Dress for mess! Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $53/$73 No class 10/11 Barcode Age Day Time Date 18mos-4yrs F 10:15-11:15A 09/20-11/22 55876

Wks 9

Let’s Paint and Sing ,

Fun with Friends ,

CRC Inst: Dana Wiencek $58/$78 Barcode Age Day Time 56549 2-4yrs Tu 6:45-8:00P

This interactive class is dedicated completely to LEGO ®! Children will work both independently and in small groups on castles, skyscrapers, forts and more. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com.

Wks 8

Just For Me 

Parents will attend the first 15 minutes with their child exploring the room. Children will spend the next 45 minutes without parents, enjoying large motor activities, music and art. Parents will attend the last 15 minutes of each class for a story and snack. Bring a snack and drink for your child. This class is a peanut restricted environment. No peanuts or nut products may be brought into the program. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. PSC Inst: Lori Adelman, Rebecca Zimmerman $70/$90 No class 10/31 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 55879 28mos-3yrs Th 9:15-10:30A 09/19-11/14 8 55880 28mos-3yrs Th 11:00A-12:15P 09/19-11/14 8

Children will be exposed to various art media and painting techniques. Each week’s art project relates to songs from class. Dress for mess! Paint smocks are provided, but you may bring your own smock or old shirt. Parent must attend class with child. PSC *CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $53/$73 No class 10/11, 10/22 & 11/5 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 55878 2-3.5yrs Tu 10:15-11:15A 09/17-11/26 9 55889* 2-3.5yrs F 9:00-10:00A 09/20-11/22 9

Mommy & Me ,

Bond with your baby! Enjoy music, finger plays and parachute play. Have fun and meet new friends! Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Becky Zimmerman $30/$45 No class 10/14 Barcode Age Day Time Date 56034 6-18mos M 9:00-10:00A 09/16-11/04

Princesses Power Hour 

Little princesses will enjoy music, stories and crafts in far away kingdoms. Children will discover how princesses performed good deeds full of kindness and patience. Girls are invited to wear their favorite princess outfits to class. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. CRC Inst: Sherri Page $36/$54 No class 10/11 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55884 3.5-6yrs F 1:00-2:00P 09/20-10/25

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Early Childhood Rhyme Time and Storytime for Tots ,

Journey on an imaginative trip to the Land of Nursery Rhymes. Meet Mother Goose and her storybook friends. Class activities include music, singing songs, flannel board fun and art creations. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Sherri Page $53/$73 Barcode Age Day Time 55885 18-42mos Tu 10:30-11:30A

Date 09/17-11/12

Wks 9

Growing Up Wild: Early Childhood Teacher Workshop

Register for a hands-on workshop designed for early childhood educators. See page 65 for information.

Saturday Preschool 

Designed especially for children unable to attend preschool during the week. Children will interact with others, develop listening skills and practice fine motor skills. Children must take care of their own bathroom needs. The Shephard Center is a peanut restricted environment. No peanuts or nut products may be brought into the program. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. PSC Inst: Ghazala Mohsin, Cynthia Lackowski $97/$117 No class 10/12 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 56036 3.5-5yrs Sa 9:30-11:30A 09/28-11/23 8

The Saturday Preschool experience will begin with an opportunity for parents and children to meet teachers and share information that will help provide a successful experience. Register for one of the following times. Barcode Day Time 56046 Sa 9:30-9:45A Sa 10:00-10:15A 56050 56051 Sa 10:30-10:45A

Date 9/21 9/21 9/21

Attend a night of princess fun and adventures. Class time will focus on Snow White’s apple. Children will make glitter apples, snack on apples and play apple related games. Dress up in a Halloween costume or prince/princess outfit. Parents do not attend this special time for children. $10/$15 Day Time W 6:00-7:00P

Date 10/02

Toddler Time ,

Enjoy music, art and finger plays during this special time for parents and children. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Mary Beth Van Wijk Barcode Age Day 56055 12-20mos Sa 56056 18-30mos Sa

$53/$73 No class 10/12 Time Date 9:00-10:00A 09/21-11/16 10:15-11:15A 09/21-11/16

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Tot Potpourri ,

A little of this, a little of that! Parents and toddlers will take time to play through a variety of structured and unstructured activities. Each class will begin with creative arts, songs and stories. There will also be open playtime on the matted area and free play with balls, hoops and scooters. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Rebecca Zimmerman $42/$62 No class 10/14 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55890 18-42mos M 10:15-11:15A 09/16-11/04

CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $36/$54 Barcode Age Day Time 56060 18mos-3yrs Tu/Th 9:30-10:30A

Wks 7

Date 12/03-12/12

Wks 2

Winter Wonderland Camp 

Enjoy the season of visiting with friends, shopping or taking time for yourself! Time will be spent singing songs about snow, creating winter crafts, playing group games and hearing stories. Provide a snack and drink for your child each day. The class is a peanut restricted environment. No peanuts or nut products may be brought into the program. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www. parkfun.com. CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $52/$72 Barcode Age Day Time 30mos-4yrs M/W/F 9:30-11:00A 56061

Snow White’s Not So Scary Fun 

CRC Inst: Sherri Page Barcode Age 56076 3.5-6yrs

Winter’s Here! ,

Children will have an indoor ‘snow fight,’ make crafts with parents and listen to stories about winter. Parent must attend class with child.

Date 12/02-12/13

Wks 2

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Chemistry Fun 0

Mix up some fun! Make crazy concoctions and silly fun recipes each week. Some creations will be edible and some will not, but all will be fun. Creations will be non-toxic and made with easily found ingredients. Dress for mess! Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms may be found at www.parkfun.com. CRC Inst: Cynthia Lackowski $27/$40 No class 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time Date 3.5-5yrs Th 9:30-10:30A 11/14-12/12 55963

Wks 4

Discovery Kids Puterbugs 0

Teach children how to respect technology as a learning tool, not just a toy! Backed by the experts of Discovery Kids, this interactive class teaches children in a fun, age appropriate way the full scope of technology in today’s digital world. The program engages young minds as they learn important literacy and school readiness skills while promoting problem solving skills and creative thinking. For more information, visit www.logon2learning.net. CRC $87/$107 Barcode Age 56656 3-6yrs

Day Time W 1:00-1:45P

Date 09/25-10/30

Wks 6

Friday Night Fun 0,

Kick the weekend off right! Stop by for singing, dancing and games! Each Friday will focus on a different theme and be filled with fun activities. Register for both Fridays for a discounted price. Parent must attend class with child.

Building with LEGO blocks not only increases and hones motor skills, but also develops critical thinking. Children decide which pieces can go where and develop problem-solving skills. – ehow.com 42

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Fruits & Veggies to the Rescue! 0

Who knew fruits and veggies could be so FUN? As parents we know fruits and veggies are so important to our kids’ health and nutrition. But getting them to eat their fruits & veggies isn’t easy. These programs tap into kids’ imaginations and love of superheros to inspire them to “love and eat” their fruits and veggies. Children will receive an Adventures Card for tracking their tasting efforts and a special token that can be redeemed for a free treat at a local grocery store, restaurant or farmers market! You’ll never have to beg your kids to eat their apples or carrots again! For more information, visit www.lovefruitsandveggies.com. • Superheroes Class includes drawing and dressing up as superheroes to battle the germ guys and junk food, reading stories, making edible art out of fresh fruits and veggies, and tasting a variety of foods. The superheroes will build their muscles at the wacky workout gym. Kids will make their own superhero masks. Barcode Age 56178 4-7yrs

Day Time Date Locaion Fee Sa 10:00A-12:00P 09/21 PSC $18/$27

• Treasure Hunt Class includes an ‘edible’ adventure hunt that involves tasting fruits and veggies while solving clues left by a veggie superhero at a place called The Imagination Zoo, reading stories, drawing and dressing up as superheroes to battle the germ guys and junk food, and making a superhero mask. Barcode Age 56177 4-7yrs

Day Time Date Locaion Fee Sa 10:00A-12:00P 10/19 PSC $18/$27

Fun with Science 0

Children will learn about the scientific process, learn science terms and participate in fun and amazing experiments. Each session will contain new experiments. This class is taught by a teacher with a science endorsement. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. PSC Inst: Andrea Zito $25/$38 Barcode Age Day Time 55900 4-6yrs Tu 6:00-7:00P

Date 09/17-10/08

Wks 4

Kid Rock & Tot Rock 0,

Kid Rock is an energetic structured music and movement program that focuses on imaginative play, sensory integration, fine and gross motor movements, rhythm skills and socialization. Rhythm instruments and props used in class include maracas, tambourines, scarves, bean bags and parachute play. New curriculum is presented each session. Parents participate in Kid Rock I. Kid Rock II is without parent participation to encourage independence. Tot Rock is an introductory music and movement class with a large sensory component. Each week children use rhythm instruments like hand bells and maracas, play with props like a parachute and beanbags, and explore sensory items like bubbles and feathers. In addition to improving your tot’s newly-acquired motor skills, each class provides structured and unstructured time to encourage socialization and stimulate your tot. New curriculum presented each session. For information visit www.rockitkids.com. PSC $58/$78 No class 11/26 Barcode Age Day Time 56077 12-24mos Tu 9:15-9:55A 56105 20-36mos Tu 10:00-10:40A 56106 3-4yrs Tu 10:45-11:25A 56078 12-24mos Tu 9:15-9:55A 56108 20-36mos Tu 10:00-10:40A 56107 3-4yrs Tu 10:45-11:25A

Date 09/10-10/15 09/10-10/15 09/10-10/15 10/29-12/10 10/29-12/10 10/29-12/10

Wks Info 6 Tot Rock 6 Kid Rock I 6 Kid Rock II 6 Tot Rock 6 Kid Rock I 6 Kid Rock II

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Kindermusik 0,

Kindermusik is a unique class that blends musical exploration with the child’s development. Activities encourage social, cognitive and language development. Children experiment with movement and instruments. Home material fee is required, non-refundable and paid to the instructor on the first day of class. • Village - Feathers/Do-Si-Do This class is a fun and musical way to bond with your baby, introduce simple concepts and instruments, and connect with other parents. Activities educate parents to stimulate their child’s brain development through music, movement, song, dance (Virginia Reel/Tango), language, exercise and gentle massage. Activities are designed to help baby move down that fascinating road of development. The $65 home material fee includes two board books, music, two instruments and wall banners. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $157/$177 Barcode Age Day Time 56109 1-18mos M 9:30-10:15A 1-18mos M 5:00-5:45P 56112

Date 09/09-12/09 09/09-12/09

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• Our Time - Wiggles & Giggles Wiggles & Giggles is all about movement, fun, hugs, kisses, funny words and sounds, and emotion! The songs are about humor, laughter, silly sounds and words, and movement. Every day activities like bath time are highlighted in the delightful book ‘Pete and PJ.’ The instrument focus is on silly sounds. The $55 home material fee includes music, two story books, a home activity book and a specially designed instrument. Sibling kits available. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $157/$177 Barcode Age Day Time 56110 18-42mos M 10:45-11:30A

Date 09/09-12/09

Wks 14

• Imagine That! - See What I Saw Books, storytelling, language, drama, puppets - these are all essential ingredients to Imagine That! curriculum. Children will enjoy the many wonders of a trip to Grassopper Park. The music represents a variety of different cultures with songs from Ghana, Latin America, Greece, France and America. There is no better way to stimulate creativity and imagination than through the joy and power of music! The $65 material fee includes a grasshopper park play set, music, two story books, family activity book, an instrument (slide whistle) and a backpack. Sibling kits available. Parent/caregiver must attend the last 15 minutes of class. CRC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $157/$177 Barcode Age Day Time 56111 3-5yrs M 12:00-12:45P

Date 09/09-12/09

Wks 14

• Family Time - Movin’ & Groovin’ This unit will explore lots of different ways to move including high and low, fast and slow, zigzag and curvy. Family members will chug around the classroom like trains, clip-clop like horses, and roll over like puppy dogs. This is a great way for parents and children of various ages to spend time together, doing one activity as a family. Story time and family jams are part of the fun! The $55 materials fee includes two literature books, a matching game, music and two sensory balls. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $112/$122 2nd Child:$72/$92 3rd Child:$52/$72 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 56113 4mos-5yrs M 6:00-6:45P 09/09-11/11 10

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Early Childhood Log On 2 Learning 0

Introduce second to fifth graders to exciting, educational keyboarding adventures! Children will learn basic keyboarding skills, posture and technique through language arts and spelling activities, time machine games that visit different eras in time while discovering history, and an introduction to word processing. CRC $97/$117 Barcode Age 56657 7-11yrs

Day Time W 3:00-4:00P

Date 09/25-10/30

Wks 6

Little Learners 0,

Children will be exposed to art, science, music, letters and numbers through literature, games, activities and movement. Activities provided will broaden your child’s knowledge of art, music, children’s literature, concept development, dramatic play, listening skills, nature, science and socialization. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Sherri Page $47/$67 No class 10/10 & 10/31 Day Time Date Barcode Age 2-3yrs Th 1:00-2:00P 09/19-11/21 55906

Wks 8

Math Readiness 0

Will your child be ready for kindergarten math? A certified teacher with over 25 years of teaching and tutoring experience will make learning numbers and understanding math concepts fun. Let your child explore hands-on-math while engaging in games and activities working both in group and individual settings. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. For more information, visit www.thereadingcenterinc.com. CRC $94/$114 Barcode Age 56174 4-6yrs

Day Time W 10:15-11:00A

Date 09/18-11/06

Wks 8

Nature and Fall

As fall changes toward the winter to come, there is much to see, explore and discover. Children will find out what makes late fall unique and get outside to soak up the beauty of this time of change before the chaos of the holiday season ahead. Dress for the weather since late fall can be unpredicatable and exciting. NC $4/$6 Barcode Age 55504 3-5yrs

Day Time Su 12:00-1:00P

Date 11/24

Reading Readiness 0

The Reading Center Inc. is offering classes instructed by Certified Reading Specialists. The classes are designed to strengthen students’ reading readiness skills through multi-sensory games and developmentally appropriate activities. Classes focus on letter recognition, letter-sound correspondence, phonemic awareness and concept of print. For more information, please visit www.thereadingcenterinc.com. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class. Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. CRC $94/$114 Barcode Age 56175 4-6yrs

Day Time W 9:15-10:00A

Date 09/18-11/06

Wks 8

Thursday Night Mania 0,

Parent and child will have new and exciting art materials available each week as Miss Dianne acts as a guide through the creative art process. Dress for a mess. After time is spent being creative, enjoy the large motor equipment. Children will be ready for bed after expending lots of energy in class! Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Dianne Hirsch Barcode Age 20mos-4yrs 55952

$65/$85 No class 10/31 Day Time Date Th 6:30-7:45P 09/19-11/21

Wks 9

Schaumburg Park District, with the help of local businesses, organizations and individuals, developed Safety Park to teach safety awareness to residents.

Special Group Tours

Ken Alley Safety Park is open for tours mid-April to mid-October! Organize your play group, scout group, church group and family and friends! A variety of safety programs are offered for ages 3-7 including pedestrian, bicycle, playground and fire safety. Programs are offered at $40 per group of 5-15 children, and $2 per additional child up to 20 children per tour. Safety Park group size maximum is 20 children. Trackless train ride available for an additional fee. Call 847/490-7036 Monday through Friday, 9AM-5PM, for availability.

Birthday Parties at Safety Park

Ken Alley Safety Park offers three uniquely-themed birthday parties! Parties include a safety lesson, pizza, beverages, invitations, paper products and cake. See page 15 for information.

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Food for Fun, 

Receive admittance to an afternoon of open riding in exchange for a canned good or non-perishable food item. Guests who bring a second donation per person will receive a ticket to ride the 18-passenger trackless train. All donations will be made to the Schaumburg Food Pantry. Bring bikes or use Safety Park’s big wheels. All riders must wear a helmet and gym shoes. Register each person attending. Parent must attend class with child. PSC Free with canned good or non-perishable item. Barcode Age Day Time Date 55902 3.5-5yrs Su 1:00-3:00P 10/13

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Preschool Schaumburg Park District Preschool is accredited by the National Academy for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Programs accredited by NAEYC’s National Academy of Early Childhood Programs have undergone a comprehensive process of internal self-study and invited external professional review to verify compliance with the Criteria for High-Quality Early Childhood Programs.

2013-14 Preschool runs Sept. 3, 2013 to May 21, 2014 Eligibility

• All children must be able to take care of their own bathroom needs. • NO pull-ups, unless specifically stated in individual descriptions. Packets are available at the Pat Shephard Center or on www.parkfun.com.

Preschool Tours

Visit preschool classrooms in action! Tours are approximately 45 minutes in length and by appointment only October through April. Call the Pat Shephard Center at 847/490-7036 to schedule a tour.

Preschool Primmer ,

Lay a foundation for children to feel comfortable in a classroom environment. They’ll enjoy interacting with their peers and parents in a variety of structured and unstructured activities. Class time will include circle time, story time, art and free play. Parent must attend class with child. PSC Inst: Lori Adelman $53/$73 No class 10/22 & 11/5 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55925 28mos-3yrs Tu 9:00-10:00A 09/17-11/26

Wks 9

How to Register

• Registrations taken at Pat Shephard Center only. 1. Completed packet 2. Birth certificate 3. Proof of residency 4. $45 non-refundable registration fee and $50 applied to the tuition.

Mini Preschool

For children too young to enroll in 3-year-old preschool, this program will provide an opportunity to learn the routine of preschool, gain confidence and develop independence. This program will have a progressive start (the length of class will start with one hour and gradually expand to two hours) to provide a comfortable and positive beginning. Children need to be able to take care of their bathroom needs. Pull-ups are allowed until January for children who are in the process of potty training, but need the reassurance of pull-ups. No diapers. Children must be 30 months by Sept. 1, 2013. Proof of residency and birth certificate are required. Registration taken at the Pat Shephard Center only. MRC Code MAMP2 MAMP3

Days Time Tu/Th 9:30-11:30A MWF 9:30-11:30A

Dates 09/03/13-05/20/14 09/04/13-05/21/14

Fee $707.20/$813.28 $998.40/$1148.16

Pre-Preschool

For children too young to enroll in 3-year-old preschool, this program will provide an opportunity to learn the routine of preschool, gain confidence and be excited to start 3-year-old preschool next year. This program follows the preschool calendar. Children must be able to take care of their own bathroom needs and be 30 months old by Sept. 1, 2013. Proof of residency and birth certificate are required. Registration taken at the Pat Shephard Center only. PSC $364/$418.60 Barcode Age PPP2 30mos-3yrs

Day Time Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P

Date 01/07-05/13

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Preschool 3-Year-Old Preschool Programs 4-Year-Old Preschool Programs • Children who will enter kindergarten in 2015 and 3 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2013 are eligible for the 3-year-old programs. • Children must be able to take care of their own bathroom needs. No pull-ups unless specifically stated in individual descriptions. • Children will be assigned a specific day and time to meet their teacher. • Classes start the first Tuesday or Wednesday after Labor Day and end before Memorial Day. • Classes may be prorated.

• Children who will enter kindergarten in 2014 and 4 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2013 are eligible for the 4-year-old programs. • Children must be able to take care of their own bathroom needs. No pull-ups. • Children will be assigned a specific day and time to meet their teacher. • Classes start the first Tuesday or Wednesday after Labor Day and end before Memorial Day. • Children enrolled in kindergarten are not eligible for preschool. • Classes may be prorated.

• Early Learners Preschool classrooms provide a nurturing environment for your child’s first learning experience. Learning through play is a child’s principal means of discovery. The InvestiGator Club™ curriculum allows the child the opportunity for scientific exploration, problem solving and dramatizations within the security of a child’s play. Children will enhance their social and language skills and develop independence. Some of the curriculum goals include following simple directions, colors, shapes and name recognition. This class emphasizes the development of coordination needed for jumping, catching, stacking, gluing, drawing and cutting.

• Pre-Kindergarten InvestiGator Club™ The InvestiGator Club™ curriculum appeals to a child’s curiosity and sense of wonder. It challenges children to think, solve problems, communicate and investigate their world. Through play, children gain independence, acquire basic readiness skills in literacy, math, science, social studies, oral language, fine arts and music. Field trips throughout the year enhance the child’s learning.

Barcode Facility Days BA32P BOCK Tu/Th MRC Tu/Th MA32 MP32 MRC Tu/Th PA32 PSC Tu/Th PSC Tu/Th PA32a PP32 PSC Tu/Th MRC M/W/F MA33 PA33 PSC M/W/F

Time 9:00-11:00A 9:15-11:30A 12:30-2:30P 9:30-11:30A 9:15-11:30A 12:30-2:30P 9:15-11:45A 9:15-11:45A

Fee $707.20/813.20 $793.56/$913.24 $707.20/813.28 $707.20/$813.28 $793.56/$913.24 $707.20/$813.28 $1248.00/$1435.20 $1248.00/$1435.00

The following classes are Flex Classes. Theses classes run three mornings with the same teachers. You may register for two or three days, choose one of the options below. BA33 BOCK M/W/F 9:00-11:00A $998.40/$1148.16 BA3W BOCK W/F 9:00-11:00A $676.00/$777.40 PSC M/W/F 9:15-11:30A $1120.32/$1289.28 PA33a PA3W PSC W/F 9:15-11:30A $758.55/$872.95 The following classes are Flex Classes. Theses classes run four afternoons with the same teachers. You may register for three or four days, choose one of the options below. PP33 PSC M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P $1029.60/$1184.04 PP34 PSC M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:30P $1352.00/$1554.80

• Ready for Preschool, Still in Pull-Ups This delightful class follows the InvestiGator Club™ curriculum for the 3-yearold program. Children who are in the process of potty training, but still need the reassurance of pull-ups may enroll. Parents must provide an emergency number and be available to come within 15 minutes and change the child if he/she has a bathroom accident. Barcode Facility Days MP32P MRC Tu/Th BA32P BOCK Tu/Th

Time 12:30-2:30P 9:00-11:00A

Fee $707.20/813.20 $707.20/813.20

• English and Japanese Threes Children fluent in either Japanese or English are welcome to register for this preschool class. In this play environment, children will build social skills and develop independence. Following simple directions, colors, shapes, name recognition, developing small motor skills such as cutting and gluing and large motor skills are some of the curriculum goals. The caring teachers, one fluent in English and the other in Japanese, will promote many stimulating learning opportunities. Your child’s preschool experience will be enriched when he/she attends this interactive class. Barcode Facility Days PA3J PSC Tu/Th

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Fee $793.56/$913.24

If your child is ready to be an “investigator,” the following are available. Barcode Facility MA42 MRC BA42 BOCK PA42 PSC MA43 MRC BA43 BOCK PA43 PSC PA43a PSC

Days Tu/Th Tu/Th Tu/Th M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F M/W/F

Time 8:45-11:30A 8:45-11:30A 9:00-11:30A 8:45-11:30A 8:45-11:30A 9:00-11:30A 9:00A-12:00P

Fee $973.08/$1119.28 $973.08/$1119.28 $884.00/$1016.60 $1373.76/$1580.16 $1373.76/$1580.16 $1248.00/$1435.20 $1468.89/$1689.60

The following classes are Flex Classes. These classes run up to four afternoons with the same teachers. You may register for one of the options below. MP43a MRC M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $1155.33/$1329.57 MP43b MRC M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:45P $1517.10/$1745.90 BP43a BOCK M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $1155.33/$1329.57 BP43b BOCK M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:45P $1517.10/$1745.90 PP42 PSC Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $793.56/$913.24 PP43a PSC M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $1155.33/$1329.57 PP43b PSC M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:45P $1517.10/$1745.90

• English/Japanese Preschool Children fluent in either Japanese or English are welcome to register for this preschool class. The teachers, one fluent in English and the other in Japanese, will focus on developing kindergarten readiness skills including English letters and letter sounds as well as numerals. Children will learn colors and shapes in both languages. The classroom teachers will provide class experiences rich in both American and Japanese customs. This is a great class for Japanese children wishing to develop English language skills. Barcode Facility Days PA4J PSC M/W/F

Time 9:00-11:30A

Fee $1248.00/$1435.20

*Those enrolled in the English/Japanese morning class may add this special fitness class.

• Be Active, Be Healthy* Use those muscles to stretch and move! Each child should bring a healthy lunch. This delightful class allows children to build healthy bodies through lunch and play in the Creative Activity Room at CRC prior to returning to PSC. Barcode Facility Days BABH PSC M/F

Time 11:30A-2:30P

Fee $948.60/$1091.20

• Gateway to Kindergarten This five-day morning program is for the more mature child. The curriculum reflects Illinois Early Learning Standards. Children will develop kindergarten readiness skills and self-confidence as they master math concepts, beginning writing skills, story dictations and scientific problem solving through the InvestiGator Club™ curriculum. Your child’s learning experiences will be enhanced by exploring the community through field trips. Barcode Facility Days PA45 PSC M-F

Time 9:00-11:30A

Fee $2132.00/$2451.80

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General Interest Photography for Smart Phones (Android and iPhone)

A dult & T een

Knitting

Learn basic knitting stitches and techniques. Students will learn to read knitting instructions as they work at their own pace. The course will use a pattern for a basic hat and scarf, perfect for the fall and winter months ahead. More experienced crocheters can take the class to get individual help with their own project or learn more advanced techniques. A materials list will be provided prior to the start of class. MRC $66/$86 Barcode Age 55858 18+

Day Time Th 7:00-8:30P

Date 09/12-10/17

Wks 6

Dog Obedience

To participate in any level of the dog obedience program, dogs must be up-todate on all shots and be at least 5 months old. A six-foot leash and properly-fitted chain collar are required. Handlers must be able to control their dog. To be most successful in this course, it’s best to have one handler attend all sessions.

Learn to take artistic photos with a smart phone. If you have a smart phone, this class is a must. Participants will learn how to use the camera’s settings and controls to capture unique photographs and video clips. Discover how a phone can create works of art of everyday events and people. During handson classroom shooting assignments, the class will utilize the mobile camera’s exposure and other settings to create images with dramatic light and texture. Class will cover setting the ISO, white balance and brightness to make the most of natural light. Learn to add and use special camera apps that allow tilt-shift, HDR, 360 degree, time-lapse and fast shutter burst to mimic effects in professional DSLRs. Discover apps for editing, stylizing, posting and transmitting photos. Bock $50/$70 Barcode Age 56059 14+

Day Time W 7:00-9:00P

Date 12/04-12/11

Wks 2

SPD Guided Park Tour

Beginner - Dogs are taught to sit and down-stay while distracted and when handlers are out-of-sight, come immediately when called off-leash, heel without pulling, automatic sit and stand-stay for grooming.

Enjoy a guided bus tour of various parks within Schaumburg Park District. Some of the parks on the tour include Volkening Lake, Gray Farm, Kay Wojcik Conservation Area, Olympic Park and Spring Valley. The tour begins and ends at the upper Bock parking lot. Pre-registration is required for this free program.

MRC Inst: Patti Howerton, Pals for Pups $150/$170 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info 16+ M 6:45-7:45P 09/30-12/02 10 Beginner 55859

Meet at Bock FREE Day Time Date Barcode Age 56286 All Ages Sa 10:00A-12:00P 09/14

Have a howlin’ good time at Howl-O-Ween Pooch Parade from Noon-2PM on Saturday, Oct. 12. Activities include a costume contest, agility course, fun tricks competition, pooch parade and free play area. See Special Events page 73 for details.

Dog Obedience - Puppy Preschool

This class is designed to get a 2 to 4-month-old puppy off on the right paw. Emphasis will be on puppy socialization and obedience planned for their short attention span. Topics to be covered include grooming, nail clipping, puppy play biting, house training, walking on a leash, approaching people politely, resource guarding, and learning to be handled and petted by everyone. Class will include plenty of playtime. Don’t forget to take pictures for the puppy album and a toy to be shared by everyone. All puppies must be up-to-date on all shots. MRC $31/$46 Barcode Age 55861 16+

Day Time M 7:45-9:00P

Date 09/30

Learn to Use a Digital Camera (Point & Shoot or DSLR)

Learn how to operate all the functions on a digital camera including white balance, programmable shooting modes, ISO, file format, quality control and light settings. Learn about one push button settings that will automatically make images and videos look professional. No previous photographic experience required. Participants must bring their camera and user’s guide to class. The instructor is George LeClaire, an award-winning staff photojournalist with the Daily Herald. Bock Inst: George LeClaire $25/$37 Barcode Age Day Time 55875 14+ W 7:00-9:00P

Date 10/02

Taking Interesting Photos

Learn to make everyday photos and videos look professional, unique and interesting using photojournalism techniques. Learn to add an interesting flair to photos, go beyond posed pictures, freeze action, shoot reaction and learn techniques used by professionals. Develop new skills that will make images exciting and memorable. Participants must bring a camera to class. Bock Inst: George LeClaire $50/$70 Day Time Barcode Age 56058 14+ Th 7:00-9:00P

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Vermicomposting Workshop

Are you interested in learning how to begin vermicomposting, the art of using worms to process food scraps into compost? Learn basic worm biology, worm bin construction and maintenance, and take time to talk with a seasoned worm wrangler. Participants will construct their own bin, complete with some starter worms, and have a chance to have all of their questions answered. In no time, you will be turning your food scraps and junk mail into rich, organic fertilizer! NC $12/$18 Barcode Age 55514 18+

Day Time Sa 9:30-11:30A

Date 09/21

Youth Sports and Family Action Photography

In this hands-on seminar, participants will learn simple professional techniques to capture memorable youth sports scenes from backyards to park district and school playing fields. Learn easy camera settings that allow users to overcome the extra challenges of low light and off color in gyms and theaters. Discover how to capture the excitement of peak action and reaction, stop the action and acquire clear photos. Learn settings and functions for taking great indoor action images without flash. Discover the best vantage points from which to shoot your family’s greatest moments! Bock $50/$75 Barcode Age 56057 14+

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Day Time W 7:00-9:00P

Date 09/18-09/25

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General Interest Everyday Science

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American Red Cross Babysitting

The purpose of the American Red Cross Babysitter’s training course is to provide individuals with the information and skills necessary to provide safe and responsible care for children. Combining video, activities, handson skills training and discussion for a complete learning experience, class shows you how to respond to emergencies and illnesses with first aid; use rescue breathing and other appropriate care; make decisions under pressure; communicate with parents to learn household rules; recognize safety and hygiene issues; manage young children; and feed, diaper and care for infants. Bring a sack lunch, a snack and a doll you can diaper. Bock $74/$94 Barcode Age 56674 11-15yrs 56675 11-15yrs 56676 11-15yrs

Day Sa Sa Sa

Checkmate Chess

Time 9:00A-4:30P 9:00A-4:30P 9:00A-4:30P

Day Time M 6:30-7:30P M 6:30-7:30P

Date 09/21 10/19 11/16

Date 09/16-10/21 11/04-12/09

Wks 6 6

Chess Scholars Winter Break Chess Camp

This camp is great for both beginners and experienced young players. Each class will consist of a fun interactive teaching period and guided practice time. Both new and returning participants are welcome and will get to the next level under the guidance of an experienced Chess Scholars coach. There will also be a chess competition with prizes! Each camper will take home a chess set and an award. Bring a peanut free snack. Bock $150/$170 Barcode Age 55865 5-12yrs

Day M/Th/F

Time Date 9:00-12:00P 12/23-12/27

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Computer Game Design

This class lets participants create and design their own computer games and animated scripts. Learn to create background settings and characters, animate movement and add sound effects. If you are new to this Computer Game Design course, you will get started quickly. If you have previously attended a course, a new game will be introduced so you will learn new techniques. Students will receive a USB drive with the game design software and games they made to take home (not the computer). MRC $95/$115 Barcode Age 56118 9-13yrs

Day Time F 4:30-6:00P

Date 11/22-12/20

Wks 4

Earth Quest

Anyone can be a green warrior. Each one of us can make a difference to our environment. This program will teach and encourage participants to be more responsible ‘Earth Citizens’ in their everyday lives. Words like conservation, eco-system, carbon footprint and habitat will become part of each child’s vocabulary. Reduce, reuse, and recycle with lots of fun activities, games and crafts! Bock $42/$62 Barcode Age 56065 7-10yrs 56068 7-10yrs

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Day Time Th 5:15-6:15P Th 5:15-6:15P

Date 09/12-10/03 10/17-11/07

Bock $42/$62 Barcode Age 7-10yrs 56069 56070 7-10yrs

Day Time W 5:15-6:15P W 5:15-6:15P

Date 09/11-10/02 10/16-11/06

Wks 4 4

I Love Number$

This program will encourage participants to apply basic math skills like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and estimation to solve real life problems. Numbers will come to life in interesting and challenging ways. Participants will learn how numbers apply to managing money and time as they discover ‘Money Math’ and ‘Time Concepts.’

No previous knowledge of chess is necessary. Each class will consist of a fun, interactive teaching period in addition to guided practice time. Due to the small size of the group, each child will receive plenty of personalized attention. Both new and returning participants are welcome and will get to the next level under the guidance of an experienced Chess Scholars coach. Children will have the opportunity to test for a chess belt under a unique Chess Scholars system patterned after martial arts belts. Bock $100/$120 Barcode Age 5-12yrs 55863 55864 5-12yrs

This program will inspire a lasting interest in science by studying everyday happenings and objects. Questions from ‘How does toothpaste get into the tube?’ to ‘How do cellphones work?’ are some that will be asked and answered. Explore the fascinating world of science through simple experiments, games and more!

Wks 4 4

Bock $42/$62 Barcode Age 56073 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 56074

Day Time Th 4:00-5:00P Th 4:00-5:00P

Date 09/12-10/03 10/17-11/07

Wks 4 4

LEGO Mindstorm Robotics

This is an introductory class using LEGO Mindstorms where students will work as a team to create programs that control a robot and complete simple tasks. Topics include mechanical design and building techniques, introduction to programming and use of motors. Participants will work in groups and will not get to take the robot or computer home at the conclusion of class. No prior experience is necessary. If you are new to LEGO Mindstorms and robotics, we will get you started quickly. If you have attended a previous camp or class, we’ve got some additional challenges for those with experience building and programming LEGO Mindstorms Robots that will be both interesting and fun! CRC $95/$115 No class 10/31 Barcode Age Day Time 56116 9-13yrs F 4:30-6:00P

Date 10/25-11/15

Wks 4

For Home Schoolers 9-13yrs Th 56251

10/24-11/21

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LEGO® Mindstorms Robotics Winter Break Mini-Camp: Invasion of the Robots

Pick your team as a defender of the secret base station or invader from the planet TOBOR! Children in pairs will build and program a LEGO Mindstorms Robot to either defend the secret base camp or seek out and discover the camp to invade and capture the base station’s central power station. Learn mechanical design, building techniques, programming and teamwork skills. Participants will not be allowed to take the computer or robot home. Bock $50/$70 Barcode Age 56179 9-13yrs

Day Time Date Wks Info Th-F 10:00A-12:00P 12/26-12/27 1 Mini-Camp

Magic Class

Amaze family and friends with tricks involving cards, ropes, coins and mind reading. Children will discover these tricks are easy to perform! All materials are provided and each child will receive a magic kit to take home. New tricks taught each class. Bock Inst: Gary Kantor $21/$31 Barcode Age Day Time 55855 5-12yrs M 5:00-5:55P 55856 5-12yrs W 6:45-7:40P

Date 09/30 12/04

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Pre-Engineering with LEGO® WeDo Robotics

This class introduces robotics and engineering to youngsters using a LEGO ® WeDo Robotics Construction Set. Children will learn about mechanical design while manipulating motors and sensors. Participants will work in pairs utilizing a computer to program their models. Each day will present a new design challenge, stimulating your child’s creativity. This is an excellent opportunity to get hands-on experience and have fun while preparing for the series of LEGO ® Robotics courses. No prior experience is necessary. CRC $95/$11 Barcode Age 56114 6-9yrs

Day Time F 4:30-5:30P

For Home Schoolers 56250 6-9yrs Th

1:30-2:30P

Date 09/27-10/18 09/26-10/17

Wks 4 4

Cake Decorating

Learn the delicious art of cake decorating. By the end of the class, children will complete a delicious and spectacular dessert that may just be too awesome to eat. All supplies are included. Bring a container to bring home your tasty treats! Cake recipes and icing may share equipment with peanuts, corn syrup or tree nuts. All recipes contain gluten.

Strategy 4 Kids Winter Break Camp

Stay warm, have fun learning and play non-video games. This class is an exciting opportunity for your child to develop logic, problem solving and planning skills. Participants will learn two or three skill based games each class. Both team and individual games will be played. There will also be tournaments and prizes. Bock $95/$115 Barcode Age 55868 7-11yrs

Day M/Th/F

Time 1:00-3:00P

Date 12/23-12/27

Wks 1

Young Writers’ Workshop

Participants will be introduced to children’s prose, poetry and drama. Class will include interactive sessions on different genres of writing, illustrating and basic tools and techniques of creative writing. Participants will develop a keen interest in reading and writing. Bock $42/$62 Barcode Age 56063 8-12yrs 56064 8-12yrs

Day Time W 4:00-5:00P W 4:00-5:00P

Date 09/11-10/02 10/16-11/06

Wks 4 4

Kids Cooking

• Autumn Cakepops Students learn how to create oreo/cream cheese and Nutella/brownie cakepops.

All food and supplies are included in these hands-on, fun-filled classes. Multiple treats are made each class. Bring a container to carry treats home.

Barcode Age 56660 4-12yrs

Bock

Day Time Sa 10:00-11:00A

Date 09/21

Fee $21/$31

Location Bock

• Scary Monster Cupcakes Participants will enjoy making scary monster, eyeballs and ghoulish cupcakes. Students will work with buttercream icing, pastry bags, edible embellishments, fondant cutouts, chocolate and candies. Barcode Age 4-12yrs 56661

Day Time Sa 10:00-11:00A

Date 10/26

Fee $21/$31

Location Bock

• Cozy Brownie Mittens Participants will decorate a pair of brownie mittens with buttercream frosting and will decorate with sprinkle sugars and candy embellishments attached with a colorful piece of string licorice. Barcode Age 4-12yrs 56662

Day Time Sa 10:00-11:00A

Date 11/16

Fee $21/$31

Location Bock

Cake Decorating for Home Schoolers • Cupcakes Learn how to fill cupcakes with filling and professionally frost a cupcake using tips and bags. Use the topping tornado machine to evenly sprinkle cupcakes. Each participant will take home three to four cupcakes. Barcode Age 55871 6-14yrs

Day Time Th 1:30-2:15P

Date 09/19

Fee $21/$31

Location CRC

• Halloween Treats Participants will create chocolate-dipped rice krispie ghosts and make their own treat bag. Each child will take home two ghosts. Barcode Age 55872 6-14yrs

Day Time Th 1:30-2:15P

Date 10/24

Fee $21/$31

Location CRC

• Autumn Leaf Cover leaf cookies with fondant and use food markers to add veins to leaves. Barcode Age 55873 6-14yrs

Day Time Th 1:30-2:15P

Date 11/14

Fee $21/$31

Location CRC

• Snowflake Cookies To celebrate winter, participants will use royal icing to decorate snowflake cookies. Barcode Age 55874 6-14yrs

Day Time Th 1:30-2:15P

Date 12/12

Fee $21/$31

Inst: Joanne Walker

• Kids Kooky Cooking Series Each week children will learn to make everything from after school snacks to new meal ideas. This class is perfect for the new chef in your house! Barcode Age 56079 6-12yrs

Day Time F 4:00-5:30P

Date Wks Fee 09/20-10/11 4 $52/$72

• A is for Apple An apple a day keeps the doctor away! Enjoy this popular and very nutritious fruit in all kinds of snacks. Barcode Age 56080 6-12yrs

Day Time F 6:00-7:30P

Date 09/20

Fee $29/$43

• Girls Cooking Goodies Girls will make easy and delicious after school snacks. Barcode Age 56081 6-12yrs

Day Time F 6:00-7:30P

Date 09/27

Fee $29/$43

• Halloween Treats (*ages 4-5 w/parent) No tricks here—just tasty treats! Learn how to make fun Halloween treats just in time for your own spooky party! Barcode Age 56082 6-12yrs 56083* 4-5yrs

Day Time F 4:00-5:30P M 6:00-7:30P

Date 10/18 10/21

Fee $29/$43 $29/$43

• Thanksgiving Goodies (*ages 4-5 w/parent) Enjoy Thanksgiving with new recipes. Candy turkeys, chocolate cornucopias and more are on the menu. Barcode Age 56085 6-12yrs 56084* 4-5yrs

Day Time F 6:00-7:30P M 6:00-7:30P

Date 11/15 11/18

Fee $29/$43 $29/$43

• Holiday Treat Workshop (*ages 4-5 w/ parent) Get ready for the holiday season with new recipes and old favorites to make for holiday parties. Barcode Age 56086* 4-5yrs 56087 6-12yrs

Day Time M 6:00-7:30P F 4:00-5:30P

Date 12/02 12/06

Fee $29/$43 $29/$43

Location CRC

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Golf in Schaumburg Schaumburg Golf Club

The 27-hole championship design offers a different layout each month, utilizing each course. If you don’t have time to play the 18-hole course, tee it up at Walnut Greens, the District’s 9-hole par 3. SGC offers a full-service practice range with practice putting and chipping green. The Schaumburg Golf Club has been host to the United States Open Qualifying, Illinois State Open Championship Qualifying, Illinois State Amateur Qualifying and many Illinois PGA events. Play the course the top golf associations have chosen to host their championship events. Take your game to another level at the Academy. The Academy offers individual lessons and custom clinics tailored to meet your goals. Our Academy coaches are trained to bring your game to its peak performance.

401 N. Roselle Road Golf/Pro Shop: 847/885-9000 www.schaumburggolf.com

The Schaumburg Golf Club is dedicated to excellence in all areas. Call one of the professional staff members, 847/885-9000, to answer your questions.

Golf Shop

The golf shop offers a variety of special services, club repair, custom orders and professional golf instruction. The helpful sales staff will assist in finding what you’re looking for. Watch for great sales throughout the season.

Corporate Meetings

The clubhouse features many options for a special meeting or seminars. A variety of audio/visual equipment is available for your convenience. Call 847/885-9009 for room rates and availability.

Gift Cards

Schaumburg Golf Club gift cards make great gifts for any occasion. They are available for any dollar amount and don’t expire. Gift cards may be applied toward a round of golf, merchandise and lessons.

Golf Outing Packages

The Schaumburg Golf Club is pleased to offer a full range of golf outing accommodations, including dinner packages. Call Chandler’s for more information.

at Schaumburg Golf Club 401 N. Roselle Road, Schaumburg (1/2 mile south of Higgins Road)

Grille & Chophouse

Hours

Serving Dinner Nightly - during golf season

Whether your plans include a quick salad, sandwich or an elegant dinner, Chandler’s is the place. Operated by Ala Carte Entertainment, a leader in the hospitality industry for more than 29 years, the restaurant offers a menu featuring out-of-this-world appetizers, homemade soups, garden salads, prime steaks and chops, fresh seafood and daily specials.

Including Holidays • Dinner: Nightly.......................... 4-9PM • Breakfast: Sat & Sun......... 8-10:30AM During golf season • Lunch: Daily...................... 11AM-4PM April 1 - Nov. 30

Gift Ce rt Availaibficates le!

Friday Night Fish Fry

$10.99 per person Begins at 4PM

Newly Renovated Banquet & Ballroom

Whatever the season, the golf course will lend its unique ambience to your special day. The classic Frank Lloyd Wright prairie style design distinguishes this splendid private event facility. The majestic main hall, which features a cathedral ceiling and a panoramic view of the beautifully landscaped course, accommodates up to 350 guests. On the second floor, elegance abounds for smaller functions including corporate meetings and private dinners. Ala Carte Entertainment will assist you in planning a menu tailored to your needs. A personal appointment regarding your function may be scheduled by contacting the banquet staff, 847/490-7074. • Wedding Receptions • Corporate Meetings and Luncheons • Retirement Parties • Special Occasions and Social Events

• Rehearsal Dinners • Golf Outings

Reservations: 847/885-9009

• Anniversary, Birthday and Holiday Parties • Bridal and Baby Showers

• Graduation Parties

Banquet info: 847/490-7074

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Schaumburg Golf Club Rates - 2013 18 Holes

Standard

• Mon. thru Fri..................................................$43 • Sat., Sun. & Holidays....................................$54 • Mon. thru Fri. after 3PM................................$33 • Sat., Sun. & Holidays after 3PM...................$39

Club Rate

$36 $48 $23 $32

SPD Golf ID

$29 $41 $18 $24

9 Holes

Standard

• Mon. thru Fri.........................................$20 • Sat., Sun. & Holidays...........................$23

Club Rate

$15 $19

SPD Golf ID

Juniors & Seniors ........................................ Juniors & Seniors (valid Monday Noon-4PM & Tuesday thru Friday until Noon) (valid Monday Noon-4PM & Tuesday thru Friday until Noon) • Seniors (55 yrs & older)................................$27 $23 • Seniors (55 yrs & older)........................$12.50 • Juniors (17 yrs & younger)............................$23 $23 • Juniors (17 yrs & younger)...................$10

$13 $16

$10 $10

Schaumburg Golf Club is closed until noon on Mondays. Other Fees

• Golf Carts 9 Holes............... $10.50/rider 18 Holes ............ $19/rider After 3PM........... $12/rider Pull Cart............. $6/18 holes Pull Cart............. $4/9 holes

• Club Rentals 9 Holes............... $20/set 18 Holes............. $40/set • Range Balls Token (30 range balls).........$5

Tee Time Reservations 14 Day Advanced:.........................Internet ONLY (www.schaumburggolf.com) 7 Day Advanced:...........................Telephone (847/885-9000), Walk-In or Internet (www.schaumburggolf.com)

• General Golf Info New SPD Golf ID Card......... $20 Renew SPD Golf ID Card..... $10 Daily Locker Rental................. $5

SGC Specials

For Schaumburg Golf Club specials, visit www.schaumburggolf.com daily.

Golf Shop Hours Monday..........................................................11AM to Sunset Tuesday - Sunday........................................Sunrise to Sunset

Schaumburg Park District Residents

Schaumburg Golf Club offers Schaumburg Park District residents the Club Rate as the resident fee. Schaumburg Park District residents have an additional option to purchase an SPD Golf ID card to receive a greater discount, listed above under SPD Golf ID. A Schaumburg Golf Club and Walnut Greens Golf ID may be purchased new for $20. You may renew your SPD Golf ID or add an SPD Golf ID to your current Schaumburg Park District resident fitness pass for $10. Only a driver’s license or state ID can be shown as proof of residency when applying for all SPD Golf IDs.

Club Rate Pass - New for 2013

The Club Rate Pass may be purchased by a non-resident for $150 and is eligible for any day of the week. Any green fee purchased using the Club Rate Pass is non-transferrable and may only be used by yourself. The Club Rate Pass expires one year after purchase. S c h a u m b u r g P a r k D i s t r i c t | w w w. p a r k f u n . c o m | FA L L 2 0 1 3

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Golf in Schaumburg Keep up-to-date with Schaumburg Golf Club and Walnut Greens at: schaumburggolf.com

walnutgreensgolf.com

facebook.com/SchaumburgGolf

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The Academy at Schaumburg Golf Club

Schaumburg Golf Club is an ideal setting for game improvement. A private teaching tee, two putting greens, practice chipping area and bunker provide an excellent setting for quality practice. Instruction in playing and course management takes place on 27 championship holes.

Rates - Academy Coaches:

• Series of 3 Half Hour Sessions..................................................... $100 • Series of 5 Half Hour Sessions..................................................... $150 • Series of 8 Half Hour Sessions..................................................... $225 • Series of 3 One-Hour Sessions..................................................... $175 • Series of 5 One-Hour Sessions..................................................... $275 • Golf Club Fitting Session................................................................ $ 65 Group lessons offered as co-rec lessons.

Player Development Series

The Player Development Series is designed for serious players wanting to take their game to the next level. Instruction is tailored to the individual. Enjoy an entire summer working on your game. Register at Schaumburg Golf Course only. Call the Pro Shop at 847/885-9000 for details. SGC Adult: $1,850

Junior: $1,500

Group Lessons

Take a lesson with friends and learn about your golf game in a comfortable environment. Each session is one hour and personally designed to meet the needs of each group. Register at Schaumburg Golf Club only. Call the Pro Shop at 847/885-9000 for details.

Rates - One Instructor:

• 2 Students One-Hour Session...................................... $35 per student • 3 Students One-Hour Session...................................... $30 per student • 4 Students One-Hour Session...................................... $25 per student • 5 Students One-Hour Session...................................... $20 per student • 6 Students One-Hour Session...................................... $15 per student Groups of 7 or more and additional instructors are available. Call 847/885-9000 for details.

Adult Group Instruction - Level III This class is designed for intermediate players with a 10-20 handicap. Emphasis is on a comprehensive understanding of the full swing and fundamentals of playing woods and irons. All students will learn why they miss certain shots and acquire the knowledge to make self-corrections. Classes meet for three one-hour sessions. The first class meets at the Schaumburg Golf Shop. Register in the Golf Shop. Cost $60 or $20 per session 9-10AM Max:10 Saturday, July 13...... Full Swing Irons only Saturday, July 20...... Full Swing Woods only Saturday, July 27...... Full Swing Woods and Irons

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Enjoy a day of golf and food!

Cup

6th

TECHNOLOGY

Golf Outing Benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation

Wednesday, Aug. 14

Schaumburg Golf Club, 401 N. Roselle Road For information, visit www.schaumburggolf.com.

Includes complimentary dinner by Chandler’s. See ad on back cover. Co-Rec Group Golf Lesson Series

Join this innovative series of golf lessons that not only instills and builds on fundamentals but applies them in on-course situations. The series is designed for the new player or experienced golfer who wants to improve their basic skill set. Individual time is specific to the student. The full swing, short game and course management will be covered in this four week series. Clubs will be supplied if necessary. First three sessions are at SGC. The final session is at Walnut Greens. SGC $80/$100 Min:4/Max:9 Barecode Day Age Time 54045 Th/Tu 18+ 5:30-6:30P

Date 07/11-07/23

Wks 4

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Junior Golf Program

The Schaumburg Junior Golf Program is a developmental program for juniors ages 5-12. Registration is limited to 10 students per session to ensure students learn at their own speed and are given maximum individual attention. Students are taught the fundamentals of the golf swing including proper grip, body alignment and posture. The program is administered by the Schaumburg Golf Academy. Registration for all classes began May 1. Time: 9-10AM Cost: $60/session or $25/class Lesson Session 2 Rules, Etiquette and Introduction to Golf.....Monday, July 15 Short Game...................................................Wednesday, July 17 Full Swing......................................................Friday, July 19

Session 3 Monday, Aug. 5 Wednesday, Aug. 7 Friday, Aug. 9

For more information, contact Schaumburg Golf Club at 847/885-9000.

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Walnut Greens

Walnut Greens is a 9-hole, par 3 course. This shorter course is a great place for beginners or those working on their short game skills. Men’s, women’s and junior leagues are available. Lessons, clinic and special events are also offered throughout the summer.

Walnut Greens Rates - 2013 GREEN FEES:

DAILY

WEEKEND

Standard SPD Golf ID Standard SPD Golf ID • Adult....................... $11.50.......... $10.00 $13.50........$11.50 $13.50........$11.50 • Junior*.................... $ 9.50.......... $ 8.50 • Senior*................... $ 9.50.......... $ 8.50 $13.50........$11.50 • Family 3/4**............ Discount $3

Discount $3

• Replay.................... $6 • Pull Cart Fee.......... $2 • Golf Cart Fee.......... $8 per rider

$8 $2 $8 per rider

Resident green fees are available only by presenting a valid SPD Golf ID card. See SPD Resident Golf Photo ID Card information for details. All players must have clubs and a bag. * Junior: 17 yrs & under • Senior: 55 yrs & over. ** The discounted fees will be given to family threesomes or foursomes composed of parents and immediate junior family members. No combined discounts with other programs.

Tee Time Reservations 14 Day Advanced:..............................www.schaumburggolf.com) 7 Day Advanced:................................Call 847/885-9000

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Junior Golf Playing Lessons

This is for the young golfer with some experience, but needs to learn how to think and score on the course. Students will play nine holes at Walnut Greens with a professional to improve all facets of their game. Call Walnut Greens at 847/490-7878 to set up a lesson time. 1 golfer = $40 for private session | 2 golfers = $30 per golfer | 3 golfers $25 per golfer

1150 N. Walnut Lane Golf/Pro Shop: 847/490-7878 www.walnutgreensgolf.com Golf Carts at Walnut Greens Walnut Greens golf carts: $8 per rider.

Gift Cards

Stop in and purchase a gift card for the golfer who has everything. A great gift for the holidays.

Junior/Senior 10 or 25 Round Play or Pass One pass, one price for all juniors and seniors — 10 rounds = $75 25 rounds = $165 • Good any day of the week including weekends. • Rounds can be used for any junior/senior in your group. • Valid only for the 2013 golf season.

Resident Photo ID Card

Resident greens fees will be available only by presenting a valid 2013 resident Golf ID Card. A Walnut Greens ONLY Golf ID may be purchased new or renewed for $5. For more information refer to Schaumburg Golf Club rate information.

Dress Code Policy

Men must wear a presentable shirt with sleeves. Tank tops, sleeveless shirts or other dress deemed inappropriate for the course will not be allowed. Women must wear a presentable shirt. Halter tops, tube tops, swim suits or other dress deemed inappropriate for the course will not be allowed.

Golf not only strengthens and tones muscles, but also is a great way to de-stress, socialize and increase focus. – betterhealth.gov

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Health and Fitness Fitness Unlimited Fall Schedule

Sept. 1 - Dec. 21 | Holiday Hustle: Dec. 22-31

The schedule is subject to change. Visit CRC, MRC, STP or www.parkfun.com for current schedule. Participants 14 years and older can purchase punch cards that will allow access to a variety of aquatic and land group fitness classes at several locations. Participants purchasing their punch cards July 22 - Aug. 31 will receive the early bird discounted price. Punch cards may be purchased at the regular price beginning Sept. 1. A 50% discount will be offered to participants on additional punches if they originally purchased the 48 punch card (limited one-time discount per session). This discount is only offered if the participant purchases extra punches within the same session that they purchased the 48 punch card. The 50% discount on additional punches does not apply to the yearly passholder rates. Participants wishing to attend back-to-back classes can utilize the 2-for-1 option where only one punch is required for two classes back-to-back on the schedule.

Fall into Fitness Free Week Aug. 25-31

Please note: In order to participate and use equipment in aqua fitness classes, all participants must pay and wear a wristband. A pool pass does not include free aqua fitness classes. Participants that have an SPD membership photo ID card can have their punches added to their card. New participants will need to have their photo taken prior to the start of classes. Unused punches may be carried forward into the following sessions. The replacement cost for a lost ID card is $10. Fitness Unlimited classes may be cancelled due to low attendance. No refunds will be given for unused punches.

Land Group Fitness: No evening class 10/31 | No class 12/25 | No class except Jam Sessions 11/28, 11/29 & 12/26 Monday

AM

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

9-10:10AM 4x4 Fierce Fusion •Studio 1

9-10AM Lean and Limber •Studio 3

9-10:10AM 4x4 Fierce Fusion •Studio 1

9-10AM Time Factor •Studio 1

10-11AM PiYo •Studio 1

10:15-11:15AM Basic Training •Studio 1

10-11AM Yoga Fusion •Studio 3

10:15-11:15AM Basic Training •Studio 1

10-11AM Piloxing •Studio 1

5:45-6:15PM Resist-A-Ball •Studio 1

6:15-7:15PM Hardbodies •Studio 1

5:45-6:15PM Core and More •Studio 1

6:15-7:15PM Strength Fusion •Studio 1

6:15-7:15PM S.C.R.E.A.M. •Studio 1

Dec. 23/30

Dec. 24/31

9-10AM Kick, Punch, Crunch •Studio 1

9-10:10AM 4x4 Fierce Fusion •Studio 1

10-11AM PiYo •Studio 1

10:15-11:15AM Basic Training •Studio 1

Sunday

8-9:15AM Warrior Workout •Studio 1 9:30-10:45AM Basic Training •Studio 1

• Thanksgiving Day - Nov. 28................ 9-10AM • Day after Thanksgiving - Nov. 29....... 9-10AM • Day after Christmas - Dec. 26............ 9-10AM • New Years Day - Jan. 1, 2014............. 9-10AM

Dec. 26

9-10:10AM Jam Sessions •Studio 1

Dec. 27

9-10AM Time Factor •Studio 1

Dec. 28

8-9AM Hardbodies •Studio 1

10-11AM Piloxing •Studio 1

Cardio Combo Hardbodies Cardio Combo Basic Training

Dec. 22/29

8-9:15AM Warrior Workout •Studio 1 9:30-10:45AM Basic Training •Studio 1

6:15-7:15PM S.C.R.E.A.M. 6-6:45AM Time Factor

6-6:45AM Kick, Punch, Crunch

8:40-9:40AM Cardio Combo

8:40-9:30AM Basic Training

8:40-9:40AM Step Circuit

6-6:45AM Core and More

8:40-9:30AM Core and More

8:40-9:30AM Basic Training

Holiday Hustle Week

4-5PM PiYo

Dec. 23/30 8:40-9:40AM Cardio Combo

Land Fitness

4x4 Fierce Fusion - This high intensity class gives the building blocks needed to create a leaner, stronger you. Class includes four blocks of four exercises repeated four times: jump squats with medicine ball, squats with bands, leaps, jump rope, utilizing the step, bosa ball and ballast ball for cardio and strength, and heavy dumbbells. Basic Training - No fancy flourishes, just straight-forward cardiovascular and strength conditioning integrated to increase overall fitness. Cardio Combo - A mix of heart-rate boosting styles of exercise ending with stretching and core strength. All fitness levels.

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Dec. 25

Saturday

8-9AM Hardbodies •Studio 1

Free Holiday Jam Sessions

6:15-7:15PM Piloxing •Studio 1

MRC

847/985-2143

Holiday Hustle Week

CRC

847/490-2505

12:30-1:15PM Piloxing •Studio 1

PM

Friday

9-10AM Kick, Punch, Crunch •Studio 1

Dec. 24/31

Dec. 25

Dec. 26

Dec. 27

8:40-9:30AM Jam Sessions

Core and More - A resistance training class that targets the abdominal, back, gluteal muscles and MORE! You never know what the MORE will be, but it will burn calories and leave you with a fitter frame! All fitness levels welcome.

Lean and Limber - Borrowed from dance, this 60-minute workout will focus on core, legs and glutes. This class combines floor exercises, toning at the barre and a cardio segment. No dance experience necessary.

Hardbodies - Group strength training designed to meet the needs of everyone from those beginning a fitness routine to those who have been working out for years. Class will utilize resistance tubing, body bars, dumbbells and stability balls. Kick, Punch, Crunch - A 60-minute cardio kickboxing workout combined with core strengthening that blasts calories and leaves you feeling stonger, firmer and fit.

Dec. 28

Dec. 22/29

8:40-9:30AM Core and More

8:40-9:30AM Basic Training

Piloxing - A unique mix of pilates and boxing that moves into a fat-torching, muscle-sculpting, core-centric interval workout, guaranteed to whip you into shape. The exercise incorporates the use of weighted gloves, strongly recommended but not required. PiYo - A unique class designed to build strength and gain flexibility. The moves fit together with intense choreography that is fun, challenging and will make you sweat. It’s about energy, power and rhythm.

Think sculpted abs, increased overall core strength and greater stability. Resist-A-Ball - Chisel and firm core muscles using the fitness stability balls. Upper and lower body exercises will be incorporated. R.I.P.P.E.D. - Experience this total body “plateau proof fitness formula” workout utilizing resistance and cardio training! The class combines resistance, intervals, power, plyometrics and endurance components. Participants will attain and maintain their physique in ways that are fun, safe and extremely effective. S.C.R.E.A.M. - (Sweat, Condition, Renew, Energize And Motivate!) Get and STAY in

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Fitness Unlimited Class Use Fee Without Card

Fitness Unlimited classes may be taken without the purchase of a punch card. The regular land and aqua aerobic class use fee at all fitness facilities is $5.50/class for residents and $6/class for non-residents. The fee must be paid at the front counter before each class. Proof of residency must be shown.

14yrs +

Res.

Regular Rates

Non Res.

Res.

Non Res.

16 Punches.................................. $ 72.00......$ 88.00......................... $ 76.00...... $ 92.80 32 Punches.................................. $136.00......$169.60......................... $144.00...... $176.00 48 Punches.................................. $194.40......$244.80......................... $211.20...... $252.00 Yearly Passholder Rates Schaumburg Park District Fitness Center Yearly Membership Passholders receive 50% off Fitness Unlimited Card regular rates.

Program participants are encouraged to bring their own towel.

Fit to Give

Early Bird Rates

Res. Non Res. 16 Punches........ $ 37.60...... $ 46.40 32 Punches........ $ 72.00...... $ 88.00 48 Punches........ $105.60...... $127.20

Dec. 16-20 Schedule subject to change. Schedules will be posted at all facilities.

Use a can of food instead of a punch to take class. If you don’t bring a can of food, you must use a punch. See front counter for details.

Aqua Fitness:

No class 12/25 | No class except Jam Sessions 11/28, 11/29 & 12/26 *1PM Aqua Motion class will be held at STP on 9/2, 10/11, 10/14, 11/27, 12/23, 12/27 & 12/30

Monday

Tuesday

PM

Saturday

Friday

6:10-7:10AM Power Splash

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

7:30-8:20AM Power Splash

7:30-8:20AM Aqua Motion

7:30-8:30AM Deep Dynamics

7:30-8:20AM Aqua Motion

7:30-8:30AM Deep Dynamics

7:30-8:20AM Power Splash

8:30-9:30AM Deep Dynamics

9-10AM Deep Dynamics

7:30-8:30AM Aqua Step

9-10AM Deep Dynamics

7:30-8:30AM Aqua Step

9-10AM Deep Dynamics

*1-1:50PM Aqua Motion

*1-1:50PM Aqua Motion

6:45-7:45PM Power Splash

6-7PM Deep Dynamics

Dec. 23/30

Dec. 24/31

7:30-8:20AM Aqua Motion

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

9-10AM Deep Dynamics

7:30-8:30AM Deep Dynamics

Dec. 25

9-10AM Body Sculpting

Sunday 8-9:30AM Power Splash

*1-1:50PM Aqua Motion

Dec. 26

9-10:10AM Jam Sessions

Dec. 28

Dec. 27

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

7:30-8:20AM Power Splash

7:30-8:20AM Power Splash

8:30-9:30AM Deep Dynamics

Dec. 22/29

8-9:30AM Power Splash

7:30-8:30AM Aqua Step 9-10AM Power Splash

5:30-6:30PM Aqua Motion/Prenatal/Postpartum

Holiday Hustle Week

STP

Thursday

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

9-10AM Power Splash

847/884-0678

Wednesday

6:10-7:10AM Power Splash

9-10AM Power Splash

Holiday Hustle Week

847/490-2505

The Water Works

AM

Dec. 23/30

9-10AM Power Splash

9-10AM Power Splash 6-7PM Power Splash

Dec. 24/31

5:30-6:30PM Aqua Motion/Prenatal/Postpartum

Dec. 25

1-2PM Aqua Motion

shape with this intense boot-camp style workout! You will be challenged with a variety of agility, strength, plyometric, core and cardio drills to get your body ready for anything. Intermediate to advanced exercise levels recommended. Step Circuit - This interval training class mixes step and strength training. Strength Fusion - This powerful class uses strength training, plyometrics and core exercises to define muscles and increase calorie burning capacity. Time Factor - Minutes matter in this uncomplicated, intense format. Timed intervals of power, agility, cardio, strength and isometric exercises are combined to help achieve goals and push you even further.

9-10AM Aqua Interval 4-5PM Power Splash 6-7PM Power Splash

Dec. 26

Yoga Fusion - Demystify yoga for effective exercise emphasizing lengthening, balance and strength. Yoga Fusion blends traditional exercises with yoga techniques.

Aqua Fitness

(Aqua shoes are recommended) Aqua Interval - A cardio workout combined with higher intensity intervals to boost heart rate and burn muscles.

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• Thanksgiving Day - Nov. 28..............8:30-9:30AM Power Splash/Deep Dynamics • Day after Thanksgiving - Nov. 29.....9-10AM Deep Dynamics

Dec. 27

9-10AM Aqua Interval 1-2PM Aqua Motion

Warrior Workout - Get your heart pumping with a 30-munute high energy kickboxing routine; then enjoy a fun 30-minute yoga sequence designed to improve muscular endurance, balance and flexibility.

Free Holiday Jam Sessions at WW

• Day after Christmas - Dec. 26...........8-9AM Deep Dynamics Dec. 28 Dec. 22/29 • New Years Day - Jan. 1, 2014............9-10AM Power Splash

Aqua Motion - Easy to follow, low-impact water aerobics combined with range of motion movements for a fun water workout. (Level 1) Aqua Step - A low impact cardio workout in the shallow pool utilizing an aqua step which is used to increase intensity. Class includes strength training with tubes and buoyant dumbbells. (Level 1-2-3)

Performed in shallow water, this workout includes cardiovascular and strength training, and stretching for a total body workout! All fitness levels welcome. (Level 1-2-3)

Deep Dynamics - This non-impact workout will take you to the depths of your fitness training! Held in the deep water with aid of buoyancy equipment, this workout uses maximum water resistance. (Level 2-3)

Prenatal/Postpartum - Designed to tone and strengthen while increasing flexibility. Aqua exercise will increase energy and decrease stress. Exercise right up to delivery and return as soon as the doctor permits for best results. No swimming skills needed. This class is geared not only toward women who are pregnant or postpartum, but also toward any woman who is interested in focusing on core strength. (Level 1-2)

Power Splash - An invigorating workout that is high on energy and low on impact!

Each class can be taught to fit your individual fitness level.

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Aqkwontae - Water Kickboxing

Fitness kickboxing is taken to the water to provide a great cardiovascular workout! Use low-impact kickboxing techniques against water’s natural resistance. Lose weight and inches while toning muscles. Bring a swimsuit, towel and a water bottle. CRC Barcode Age 55397 18+ 55398 18+ 56464 18+

Day Tu/Th Tu/Th Tu/Th

Time 9:00-9:50P 9:00-9:50P 9:00-9:50P

Date 09/10-10/03 10/08-10/24 11/05-11/21

Wks Fee 4 $50/$70 3 $38/$56 3 $38/$56

BODYPUMP

BODYPUMP is a 60-minute workout that challenges all major muscle groups using the best weight room exercises. Burn up to 600 calories per class, improve strength, shape and tone muscles and improve bone density. Location: See below No class 11/28 & 11/29 Barcode Age Day Time Date 16+ Tu 6:15-7:15P 09/03-10/08 55400 55402 16+ W 9:15-10:15A 09/04-10/09 16+ W 6:15-7:15P 09/04-10/09 55401 55403 16+ Th 6:15-7:15P 09/05-10/10 55410 16+ F 9:30-10:30A 09/06-10/11 16+ Sa 9:15-10:15A 09/07-10/12 55404 55399 16+ M 6:15-7:15P 09/09-10/07 16+ M 6:15-7:15P 10/14-11/18 55405 55406 16+ Tu 6:15-7:15P 10/15-11/19 56278 16+ W 9:15-10:15A 10/16-11/20 16+ W 6:15-7:15P 10/16-11/20 55407 55408 16+ Th 6:15-7:15P 10/17-11/21 16+ F 9:30-10:30A 10/18-11/22 55411 55409 16+ Sa 9:15-10:15A 10/19-11/23 56275 16+ M 6:15-7:15P 11/25-12/16 16+ Tu 6:15-7:15P 11/26-12/17 56276 56279 16+ W 9:15-10:15A 11/27-12/18 16+ W 6:15-7:15P 11/27-12/18 56277 56282 16+ Sa 9:15-10:15A 11/30-12/21 56280 16+ Th 6:15-7:15P 12/05-12/19 16+ F 9:30-10:30A 12/06-12/20 56281

Wks Fee 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 5 $31/$46 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 4 $25/$35 4 $25/$35 4 $25/$35 4 $25/$35 4 $25/$35 3 $20/$29 3 $20/$29

Location MRC CRC MRC MRC MRC CRC CRC CRC MRC CRC MRC MRC MRC CRC CRC MRC CRC MRC CRC MRC MRC

BODYPUMP is designed to challenge the whole body. Participants can burn around 600 calories in a single session! This class gets participants a stronger physique fast. – lesmills.com/bodypump

BeMoved

BeMoved is a new dance fitness class designed to inspire participants to embrace dance as a lifelong means to health. See page 34 for information.

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If you’ve wanted to try a group fitness class but felt too awkward or out of shape to try, then this class is for you! Learn how to move the body to become stronger and more fit. MRC No class 11/28 Barcode Age Day 55413 18+ M 55414 18+ Th 18+ M/W/Th 55415 55416 18+ M 55417 18+ Th 55418 18+ M/W/Th 55419 12+ W 12+ W 55420 56283 18+ M 56284 12+ W 56285 18+ Th 56297 18+ M/W/Th

Time 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P 5:20-6:05P

Date 09/09-10/07 09/05-10/10 09/04-10/10 10/14-11/18 10/17-11/21 10/14-11/21 09/04-10/09 10/16-11/20 11/25-12/16 11/27-12/18 12/05-12/19 11/25-12/19

Wks Fee 5 $31/$46 6 $37/$55 6 $101/$121 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $105/$126 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 4 $25/$35 4 $25/$35 3 $20/$29 4 $66/$86

Fit Quest: Life in Motion

Let personal trainers and other fitness professionals guide you along the path to health and wellness. Start with a fitness assessment to determine your baseline and then trainers will design a program specifically suited to your fitness needs. There will be several sessions designed to give you the tools to keep you moving toward your health and wellness goals. CRC $180/$200 *Each participant will set up individual training sessions with the trainer one time per week. Barcode Age Day & Time Date Wks All Ages Various* 09/09-10/28 8 55478

Indoor/RPM Cycling

Cycle your way to a healthy body. This group fitness class held on indoor cycling bikes, riding to the rhythm of powerful music, will have you losing inches and toning your muscles while having a great time. Take on the terrain as you are led through hills, flats, mountain peaks, time trials and intervals. For your own comfort, you may want to purchase a gel seat. Bring water and a towel. A heart rate monitor is optional. Sign up for a second class and receive a 15% discount off additional class. No class 10/31 & 11/28 Barcode Age Day 55421 14+ Tu 14+ Tu 55429 55430 14+ W 55422 12+ Th 55431 14+ Th 55423 14+ Sa 55432 14+ Sa 55427 14+ M 55428 14+ M 55433 14+ M 55434 14+ M 55424 14+ Tu 55435 14+ Tu 55436 14+ W 55425 14+ Th 55437 14+ Th 55426 14+ Sa 55438 14+ Sa 56288 14+ M 56287 14+ M 56290 14+ Tu 56289 14+ Tu 56291 14+ W 14+ Sa 56295 56296 14+ Sa 56293 14+ Th 56294 14+ Th

Time 5:45-6:45P 7:00-8:00P 7:00-8:00P 5:45-6:45P 7:00-8:00P 7:45-8:45A 9:00-10:00A 5:45-6:45P 7:00-8:00P 5:45-6:45P 7:00-8:00P 5:45-6:45P 7:00-8:00P 7:00-8:00P 5:45-6:45P 7:00-8:00P 7:45-8:45A 9:00-10:00A 5:45-6:45P 7:00-8:00P 5:45-6:45P 7:00-8:00P 7:00-8:00P 7:45-8:45A 9:00-10:00A 5:45-6:45P 7:00-8:00P

Date 09/03-10/08 09/03-10/08 09/04-10/09 09/05-10/10 09/05-10/10 09/07-10/12 09/07-10/12 09/09-10/07 09/09-10/07 10/14-11/18 10/14-11/18 10/15-11/19 10/15-11/19 10/16-11/20 10/17-11/21 10/17-11/21 10/19-11/23 10/19-11/23 11/25-12/16 11/25-12/16 11/26-12/17 11/26-12/17 11/27-12/18 11/30-12/21 11/30-12/21 12/05-12/19 12/05-12/19

Wks 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 5 6 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3

Fee $37/$55 $37/$55 $37/$55 $37/$55 $37/$55 $37/$55 $37/$55 $31/$46 $31/$46 $37/$55 $37/$55 $37/$55 $37/$55 $37/$55 $31/$46 $37/$55 $37/$55 $37/$55 $25/$35 $25/$35 $25/$35 $25/$35 $25/$35 $25/$35 $25/$35 $20/$29 $20/$29

15% Disc. $32/$47 $32/$47 $32/$47 $32/$47 $32/$47 $32/$47 $32/$47 $27/$39 $27/$39 $32/$47 $32/$47 $32/$47 $32/$47 $32/$47 $27/$39 $32/$47 $32/$47 $32/$47 $22/$30 $22/$30 $22/$30 $22/$30 $22/$30 $22/$30 $22/$30 $17/$25 $17/$25

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Fall into Fitness Free Week: Aug. 25-31. Pre-registered, Fitness Unlimited and Club 55 classes are free! Try a new class!

Small on the Ball

Have you considered a personal trainer but aren’t sure it’s right for you? Ever wanted to join a group fitness class but didn’t want to get lost in the crowd? Try small-group training! You and five to 10 other individuals are trained by a certified personal trainer once a week utilizing the Bosu Ballast ball, a stability ball with five pounds of loose sand inside, bands, weights, cardio conditioning and pilates. CRC $35/$52 Barcode Age 55442 15+ 15+ 55443 56298 15+

Day Tu Tu Tu

Time 5:00-6:00P 5:00-6:00P 5:00-6:00P

Date 09/03-10/08 10/15-11/19 11/26-12/17

Wks Fee 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 4 $25/$35

Not Just Stroller Fitness

Spend time with your child and enjoy adult time, too! Sometimes class is inside, sometimes it is outside. Sometimes kids ride in the strollers, sometimes they run around the gym and make new friends. Class always changes what we are doing! It can be anything. Weights, cables, medicine balls, jump ropes or just your own body weight. The possibilities are endless! Great for all fitness levels. No umbrella strollers. Tuesday at STP, Friday at MRC Barcode Age Day 55446 18+ Tu/F 55444 18+ Tu 55445 18+ F 55449 18+ Tu/F 55447 18+ Tu 55448 18+ F 56301 18+ Tu/F 56299 18+ Tu 56300 18+ F

Time 9:30-10:45A 9:30-10:45A 9:30-10:45A 9:30-10:45A 9:30-10:45A 9:30-10:45A 9:30-10:45A 9:30-10:45A 9:30-10:45A

Date 09/03-10/11 09/03-10/08 09/06-10/11 10/15-11/22 10/15-11/19 10/18-11/22 11/26-12/17 11/26-12/17 12/06-12/20

Wks Fee 6 $72/$92 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 6 $72/$92 6 $37/$55 6 $37/$55 4 $43/$63 4 $25/$35 3 $20/$29

Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a health exercise and martial art. Develop an awareness of the body, mind and spirit. Movements are executed slowly and precisely to learn proper body alignment. Gain a sense of well-being. MRC $67/$87 Barcode Age Day Time 56035 16+ Sa 10:15-11:15A 56037 16+ Sa 11:30-12:30P

Date 09/14-11/16 09/14-11/16

Wks Info 10 Beg 10 Adv

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Training with Kettlebells

Kettlebell training blends strength, flexibility, balance and cardiovascular fitness in one easy class with one simple tool. STP $159/$179 No class 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 18+ M/W 7:15-8:00P 56577 56578 18+ M/W 6:30-7:15P 56579 18+ Tu/Th 7:15-8:00A 18+ Tu/Th 6:30-7:15A 56580 56581 18+ Tu/Th 7:15-8:00A 18+ Tu/Th 6:30-7:15A 56582 56583 18+ M/W 7:15-8:00P 56584 18+ M/W 6:30-7:15P

Date 09/09-10/23 09/09-10/23 09/10-10/24 09/10-10/24 10/29-12/12 10/29-12/12 10/28-12/11 10/28-12/11

Wks 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Info Beg. Level 2 Beg. Level 2 Beg. Level 2 Beg. Level 2

Triathlon Training

Improve your swimming, running and biking whether you’re considering trying a triathlon for the first time or a seasoned veteran. Coached by triathlon veterans who understand the joys, benefits and challenges of training for triathlons while balancing work and family. Come to the first class prepared to swim! The pool sessions are geared for intermediate-level swimmers, who can comfortably swim 400 yards without stopping. For more information, contact coach Dean Hewson at dhewson@comcast.net. STP Barcode Age Day 55450 14+ Tu 55451 14+ Tu 56302 14+ Tu

Time 7:30-8:30P 7:30-8:30P 7:30-8:30P

Date 09/03-10/08 10/15-11/19 11/26-12/17

Wks 6 6 4

Fee $43/$63 $43/$63 $30/$40

Tummy Troubles and Self-Healing

Do you wonder why you bloat sometimes, belch excessively or have a hard time breathing deeply? Do you wonder why you often feel tired, underfed (no matter what you eat) and are inexplicably anxious at times? Many people suffer from a commonly over looked stomach syndrome that can lead to a wide variety of other symptoms and conditions. Join Dr. Dana Matthews-Hollandsworth and Dr. Greg Hollandsworth as they share simple, but often over looked ways that you can begin to help yourself feel better, improve your digestion and even lose weight. CRC Inst: Dr. Dana Matthews-Hollandsworth and Dr. Greg Hollandsworth Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee 56463 18+ Tu 6:30-8:30P 09/10 $27/$40

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Health and Fitness Getting Grounded: Yoga Techniques for Vibrant Living

Youth/Teen Fitness See Teens section, page 69, for teen fitness programs.

Weekly Yoga at the Cabin

Enjoy a weekly yoga class in the woods. Nurture your mind and body in this rustic setting and connect with nature. Parking is available at the Merkle Cabin. Bring a yoga mat and small blanket. You are welcome to bring your own straps and blocks. Previous yoga experience is necessary for level 2. Merkle Cabin $154/$174 No class week of 11/25 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55515 18+ Tu 6:00-7:00P 09/03-12/17 55516 18+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 09/03-12/17 55517 18+ Th 6:30-7:30P 09/05-12/19 18+ Th 8:00-9:00P 09/05-12/19 55518

Wks 16 16 16 16

Info Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2

Yoga: Vitality

Beginning and continuing level students are welcome. Do you want a yoga class that is more than a game of Simon Says? Do you want learn how to take yoga’s stress reduction, relaxing and energizing breathing practices into your everyday life? If you can walk a mile briskly and get up and down on your knees with ease, this class is for you. Bring a yoga mat, yoga block and a smile. Instructor has over three decades of experience in yoga and holistic health. CRC Inst: Sandhya Matthews $142/$162 No class 11/27 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55452 18+ W 6:45-7:45P 09/04-12/04

Wks 13

Saturday Yoga Multi Level Class

Beginning and continuing level students are welcome. Yoga is great for stress reduction, relaxing stretching, energizing breathing practices, dynamic strengthening postures, increasing flexibility and improved overall health. You can move with more calmness, ease and stability with the practice of yoga. Wear loose clothing. Bring a yoga mat and smile. CRC Inst: Carol Steinke $142/$162 No class 11/30 Day Time Date Barcode Age 55441 18+ Sa 9:15-10:15A 09/07-12/07

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There is something new in the air. It is called living from the inside out. It is based on anchoring into your inner peace and wisdom. Class will cover specific practices that yoga uses to facilitate just that. Class will also cover techniques that you can apply on the spot including brief relaxations, centering, breathing, focusing and calming yoga postures. This class is for all levels. Wear comfortable clothes. Bring a pen, paper and bottle of water. CRC $27/$40 Barcode Age 56462 18+

Day Time M 7:00-8:30P

Date 09/16

Belly Dance Fitness & Belly Dance Combos and Choreography

Perfect for all skill levels, these classes focus on learning and perfecting basic belly dance technique and combining moves into fun combinations that work your body and your mind! See page 34 for details.

ZUMBA

Dance your way to a fitter you with exciting and unique Latin moves and rhythms. Enroll in more than one class and recieve a 20% discount.

ZUMBA strengthens and slims the body fast. Participants gain a better sense of balance and more endurance, and have fun doing it! – webmd.com

CRC *MRC No class 10/31 Barcode Age Day Time 14+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 55464 55463 14+ Th 7:30-8:30P 55462* 14+ Sa 8:30-9:30A 14+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 55467 55466 14+ Th 7:30-8:30P 14+ Sa 8:30-9:30A 55465* 56308 14+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 56306* 14+ Sa 8:30-9:30A 14+ Th 7:30-8:30P 56307

Date 09/03-10/08 09/05-10/10 09/07-10/12 10/15-11/19 10/17-11/21 10/19-11/23 11/26-12/17 11/30-12/21 12/05-12/19

Wks 6 6 6 6 5 6 4 4 3

Fee $62/$82 $62/$82 $62/$82 $62/$82 $62/$82 $62/$82 $42/$62 $42/$62 $32/$47

20% Disc. $50/$66 $50/$66 $50/$66 $50/$66 $50/$66 $50/$66 $34/$50 $34/$50 $26/$38

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Home School & KASPER P rograms

F itness and A thletics

Home School Gym & Turf

Stay active, have fun and meet new friends during an open gym designed for home school children. Gym and field sports equipment will be available to create your own fun, shoot baskets, play catch, soccer or volleyball. This is not instructor-led, it is a parent-supervised program. Registration or daily fee and gym shoes are required. SC $24/$36 per family Daily drop-in fee: $4/$6 per child No class 11/29 Day Time Date Wks Barcode Age 56249 4-14yrs F 12:30-2:00P 09/20-12/06 11

Home School PE: Swim & Health

The fall session focuses on introduction to sports, skill development and health. The first part of class will be spent with activities in the gym. The second half of class will be spent in the pool. Dress in gym clothes and bring a swimsuit and towel. CRC $58/$78 No class 11/28 Barcode Age Day Time 6-17yrs Th 11:30A-1:00P 56243

Date 09/19-12/05

Wks 11

Home School Group Swim Instruction

Children will learn stroke development and other basic water safety skills. Participants may be grouped based on age and ability level. Participants must also be registered for Home School PE: Swim & Health. WW $25/$38 Additional children: $20/$30 each No class 11/28 Day Time Date Wks Info Barcode Age 56605 6-12yrs Th 12:30-1:00P 09/19-12/05 11 Beg 6-12yrs Th 12:30-1:00P 09/19-12/05 11 Int 56606

Home School Naturalist Group Programs

Spring Valley Nature Center and Heritage Farm are the perfect places for hands-on, exploration based science programs. See page 68 for details. For more information, call 847/985-2100.

Home School Private Piano Lessons

Add the joy of music instruction to your curriculum with private lessons. See page 38 for details.

Cake Decorating for Home Schoolers

Learn the delicious art of cake decorating. All supplies are included. Cake recipes and icing may share equipment with peanuts, corn syrup or tree nuts. All recipes contain gluten. See page 48 for information.

Pre-Engineering with LEGO® WeDo Robotics for Home Schoolers

Have fun building with LEGO ®s and experiment with engineering solutions to solve fun problems! See page 49 for information. Barcode Age 56250 6-9yrs

Day Time Th 1:30-2:30P

Date 09/26-10/17

Wks 4

LEGO Mindstorm Robotics for Home Schoolers

This is an introductory class using LEGO Mindstorms where students will work as a team to create programs that control a robot and complete simple tasks. See page 49 for information. Barcode Age 56251 9-13yrs

Day Time Th 1:30-3:00P

Date 10/24-11/21

Wks 4

KASPER

Before & After School Child Care Developed specifically for the school-aged child, KASPER provides care for children attending District 54 elementary schools. Activities include arts and crafts, sports, games, creative play, board games and more. A quiet area is provided for children who wish to do homework. AM care is from 7AM until the start of school. PM care is from the end of school until 6PM. The Schaumburg Park District offers morning and afternoon care at Aldrin, Blackwell, Campanelli, Collins, Dirksen, Dooley, Enders-Salk, Hale, Hoover and Nerge schools. Space is limited to 60 children per day, per school. If your child’s base school is at maximum capacity for PM KASPER, the Schaumburg Park District will transport your child from their base school to the Community Recreation Center for PM care.

Kindergarten Kapers This program is specifically designed for the kindergarten child who needs extended care when District 54 is in session. This delightful class offers a variety of age-appropriate activities including arts and crafts, outdoor play, Wii, DDR, board games and much more. (5 day only) Requirements: 5 years old by Sept. 2013 and enrolled in kindergarten at one of the following District 54 schools: Aldrin, Blackwell, Campanelli, Collins, Dirksen, Dooley, Enders-Salk, Hale, Hoover or Nerge. Dates:

Follows District 54’s school calendar

Times: AM: M/TU/TH/F........... 8:30AM-12:20PM PM: M/TU/TH/F............ 11:30AM-3PM W.......................... 8:30AM-12:05PM W........................... 11:15AM-2:30PM Location:

AM Kapers is held at the Community Recreation Center, 505 N. Springinsguth Road. PM Kapers is held at the Bock Neighborhood Center, 1223 W. Sharon Lane.

Schaumburg Park District will transport children to their base school after AM Kapers. Children will be picked up at their base school by Schaumburg Park District and brought to Bock Neighborhood Center for PM Kapers. If care is needed prior to 8:30AM, AM KASPER is available at the Community Recreation Center from 7-8:30AM. If care is needed after PM Kapers, PM KASPER is available at the child’s base school. Schaumburg Park District will transport children from Bock to their base school for PM KASPER.

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Seniors The Senior Center at CRC - Open Weekdays, 9AM-5PM Monday

Tuesday

• Billiards: 8-11:30AM. • Pinochle: 8:30AM2:30PM. • Canasta: 9AM-2PM. Bring your lunch. • Poker: 10AM-3:30PM. • Bocce: 10AM. “Lawn Bowling”

Daily Activities

• Pinochle: 8:30AM2:30PM. • Table Tennis: 9-11AM.

Wednesday

• Billiards: 8-11:30AM. • Pinochle: 8:30AM2:30PM. • Poker: 10AM-3PM. • Bocce: 10AM. “Lawn Bowling” • Free health clinic 2nd Wednesday: 11AMNoon. • Bingo: Noon-2PM.

Friday

Thursday

• Billiards: 8-11:30AM. • Pinochle: 8:30AM2:30PM. • Poker: 10AM-3PM. • Bocce: 10AM. “Lawn Bowling”

• Table Tennis 9-11AM.

When calling the senior center, use extension 2012.

Free coffee, and use of refrigerator and microwave available daily. Public Transportation

The Senior Center is accessible through the Schaumburg Township Transportation Department’s senior citizen mini bus, 847/882-1929; Dial-a-Ride, 847/352-8097 and cab service.

Bocce, Horseshoes and Shuffleboard

Courts are located on the north lawn of the CRC for drop-in play 9AM-4PM, Monday - Friday (weather permitting). Supplies and equipment may be checked out at the Senior Center.

Pool Players

Two pool tables are available for play. Play 8AM-5PM, Monday through Thursday and 8AM-4PM, Friday.

Senior Tab­le T­ennis Club

On the first day of registration, you can only sign-up yourself and two others.

Recreational play is 9-11AM, Tuesday and Thursday at CRC. Beginners are welcome. Get active and meet people.

Support local talent! Attend a Schaumburg Park District theater production.

The Schaumburg Park District puts on a production each season at the Community Recreation Center. Come out and enjoy great entertainment performed by local talent. If you would like to try acting, consider auditioning for an upcoming performance. See page 35 for information.

Free - Newcomers Welcome

S enior P rograms

Tuesday, July 23 • 11AM-Noon

Driver’s Safety Program

Completion of this defensive driving course sponsored by AARP allows you to receive a discount on car insurance. You must attend both days to be certified. Reservations are required. CRC $12 AARP members $14 non-members Age Day Time Date 55+ M/Tu 12:00-4:00P 09/23 & 09/24 55+ M/Tu 12:00-4:00P 11/18 & 11/19

Days 2 2

Free - Rules of the Road Review Course

In cooperation with the Secretary of State of Illinois, this refresher course enables senior citizens to successfully complete their driver’s license renewal examination. There is no charge for this service. New Rules of the Road book and student workbooks will be issued. CRC Free Age Day Time 55+ M 10:00A-12:00P 55+ M 10:00A-12:00P

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Date 08/05 11/04

New to the area? Recently retired? Curious about what the Senior Center has to offer? Come to the CRC and learn about activities for seniors at this meeting. Refreshments served. Call 847/490-7026 to make an appointment.

Let’s Do Lunch

Explore the wonderful food of the Chicagoland area and make new friends. There will be a $10 fee for the bus and the price of lunch is on your own. Meet at CRC $10 Barcode Age 56585 All Ages 56586 All Ages 56587 All Ages 56588 All Ages

Day Time F 10:30A-2:30P F 10:30A-2:30P F 10:30A-2:30P F 10:30A-2:30P

Date 09/20 10/04 11/15 12/20

Location Dixie Kitchen Hofbrauhaus Fiora’s Stone Eagle

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Shoe system: 1 shoe: little or no walking • 2 shoes: some walking • 3 shoes: moderate walking • 4 shoes: maximum walking

Masquerade Ball

L uncheons

Celebrate Halloween at the Senior Center. Masks will be provided. Come dressed to kill! Dinner is catered and music will be provided by a band so you can dance the night away. CRC $35 Barcode Age All Ages 56525

Day Time F 4:00-7:00P

Date 10/18

Seville Christmas Party

Celebrate the holidays at the Seville. There is always great food, a free raffle and entertainment, so spend the day enjoying holiday cheer. Seating arrangements can be made at the time of registration. Sign-up early as tickets go fast. Seville Banquet Hall, 700 Barrington Road, Streamwood $35 Barcode Age Day Time Date 56589 All Ages Th 11:30A-3:00P 12/12

Club 55 Aug. 25 - Dec. 14

No class 11/28, 11/29, 12/25 & 12/26. See pages 54-55 for Fitness Unlimited schedule. Club 55 exercises are designed for active participants age 55 and older. Classes include cardio, toning, stretching and relaxation. Participants can purchase punch cards that allow access to a variety of aquatic and group fitness classes. Participants purchasing their punch cards July 22 - Aug. 31 will receive the early bird discounted price. Punch cards may be purchased at the regular price beginning Sept. 1. A 50% discount will be offered to participants on additional punches if they originally purchased the 48 punch card (limited one-time discount per session). This discount is only offered if the participant purchases extra punches within the same session that they purchased the 48 punch card. Participants wishing to attend back-to-back classes can utilize the 2-for-1 option where only one punch is required for two classes back-to-back on the schedule. No refunds will be given for unused punches. Fall into Fitness Free Week Aug. 25-31

Please note: In order to participate and use equipment in aqua fitness classes, all participants must pay and wear a wristband. A pool pass does not include free aqua fitness classes. Participants that have an SPD membership photo ID card can have their punches added to their card. New participants will need to have their photo taken prior to the start of classes. Unused punches CAN be carried forward into the following sessions. The replacement cost for a lost ID card is $10. Club 55 classes may be cancelled due to low attendance.

Monday 9-10AM Strong Heart and Body •Gym 10:30-11:20AM Senior Yoga Fit •Gym

CRC

847/490-2505

AM

PM

Wednesday

Thursday

9-10AM Strong Heart and Body •Gym

9-10AM Tai Chi (Int/Adv) •Gym

9-10AM Cardio Conditioning •Gym

10-11AM Cardio Conditioning •Gym

10:30-11:20AM Senior Yoga Fit •Gym

10-11AM Tai Chi (Beg) •Studio 3

Club 55 Rates

10-11AM Cardio Conditioning •Gym 10-11AM Tai Chi (Beg) •Studio 2

10:30-11:20AM Senior Yoga Fit •Gym

Friday

Sunday

Saturday

Tuesday 9-10AM Tai Chi (Int/Adv) •Gym

Early Bird

Regular

Res/Non-Res Res/Non-Res

16 Punches...... $ 54.40/$ 70.40.... $ 59.20/$ 75.20 32 Punches...... $100.80/$132.80.... $108.80/$140.80 48 Punches...... $141.60/$189.60.... $151.20/$199.20

Group Fitness Descriptions Cardio Conditioning - Burn calories and increase energy with low impact cardio exercises.

Fit to Give - Dec. 16-20

Senior Yoga Fit - Gentle stretching and yoga positions to increase flexability.

Use a can of food instead of a punch to take class. If you don’t bring a can of food, you must use a punch. See front counter for details.

Strong Heart and Body - This class will strengthen the entire body including the heart using bands, balls, cardio moves, stretching and strengthening. Tai Chi - This class originated in China as a martial art and requires you to move your body slowly, gently and with awareness while breathing deeply. Improve posture and balance and gain more control over your body and ability to perform everyday activities.

Aqua Fitness

Available by purchasing the Aqua Card. See Fitness Unlimited section.

BeMoved

BeMoved is a new dance fitness experience designed to inspire participants to embrace dance as a lifelong means to health, joy and fulfillment. See page 34 for information.

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Seniors Day Trips, Vacation Trips and Senior Citizen Activities Trips leave from the CRC Senior Center. Schaumburg residency is not required. Flyers are available for most trips. For additional information, call the Senior Center 9AM-4PM, Monday through Friday, 847/490-7026, ext. 2012. Payment in full is due at time of registration. Shoe system: 1 shoe: little or no walking • 2 shoes: some walking • 3 shoes: moderate walking • 4 shoes: maximum walking D ay T rips All trips meet at Senior Center. Return times are approximate.

All Seasons Apple Orchard

Come experience the tastes and sights of autumn at the All Seasons Apple Orchard in Woodstock, IL. Taste delicious apple cider, eat homemade apple donuts and pick your own bag of apples. Barcode Age 56523 All Ages

Day Time F 12:00-6:00P

Date 09/27

Fee $27

Enjoy a day at the ballpark watching a game of Chicago baseball. Registration for baseball games is taken in the Senior Center only. There is a 2 ticket limit per person per game. Barcode Age Day Time 55149 All Ages F 10:00A-6:00P

Sox Games

Barcode Age Day Time All Ages Su 10:00A-6:00P 55153

Date Info 09/06 vs Milwaukee

Fee $45

Date Info 09/29 vs Kansas City

$45

Chicago Fire Game

Enjoy watching the rivalry between the Chicago Fire and New England. Dinner on your own at the park. Limited tickets available. Sign up early! Barcode Age All Ages 56478

Day Time Sa 5:30-10:30P

Date 09/14

Fee $28

Chicago Symphony Welcome Yule and Lunch at Lawry’s

Back by popular demand! Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, be a guest at Welcome Yule! The high-spirited Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus have created a wonderful program. Start the day with lunch at the famous Lawry’s restaurant for the best prime rib anywhere! Barcode Age 56546 All Ages

Day Time Sa 10:30A-7:00P

Date 12/14

Fee $114

Cyrano de Bergerac at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater

The illustrious Harry Groener, who took home the Best Actor Jeff Award for his turn as King George, will play the nobleman whose gift for romance is shadowed by his all-too-prominent nose. Featuring some of the most clever, touching lines ever written, this homage to poetry, love and panache reminds us that sometimes what you seek is right under your nose. Early Dinner at Sabatino’s. Barcode Age 56484 All Ages

Day Time W 3:00-10:30P

Date 11/06

Fee $70

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Barcode Age 56481 All Ages All Ages 56482

Day Time W 8:30A-6:30P Th 8:30A-6:30P

Date 11/20 11/21

Fee $85 $85

The Fireside presents Once Upon a Mattress

Chicago Cubs & White Sox Games

Cubs Games

The Fireside presents A Fireside Christmas

Don’t miss this holiday tradition! A Fireside Christmas is gorgeous, entertaining and filled with inspiration and love. This year’s show has a new look, music, choreography, costumes, settings and cast of performers. What hasn’t changed is the everlasting dedication to artistic quality and the true meaning of Christmas. Lunch is included.

Discover the real story of ‘The Princess and the Pea’ in one of Broadway’s most popular productions. This show turns the well-known fairy tale on its ear with the story of Princess Winifred of the swamps, Prince Dauntless the Drab and their up and down, inside-out love. Delightful music, beautiful period costumes and knee-slapping comedy will fill the theatre with happiness! This is the show that made Carol Burnett a star. Lunch is included. Barcode Age All Ages 56479

Day Time Th 8:30A-6:30P

Date 09/19

Fee $85

Four Winds Casino Outing

Travel to the popular Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo, Michigan for a day of gambling. Trip includes bus ride, $15 downloadable credits on a card and $10 toward lunch. Sign-up early as this trip sells out! Barcode Age 21+ 56501 56502 21+

Day Time M 8:00A-6:00P M 8:00A-6:00P

Date 09/16 11/18

Fee $35 $35

Gershwin’s Greatest Hits at Light Opera Works

George Gershwin’s talent took Broadway by storm, sold out concert halls and opera houses, and defined an era. Enjoy a thrilling concert performance of great music, performed amidst the architectural and acoustic beauty of Nichols Concert Hall in downtown Evanston. Lunch is included. Barcode Age 56527 All Ages

Day Time W 10:30A-5:30P

Date 10/02

Fee $73

Haunted Chicago Presents: True Crime and Serial Killer Tour

Enjoy a walk on the dark side of the city during this grisly and chilling tour. The tour includes death sites, crime scenes and haunts of some of Chicago’s most depraved killers. Lunch is included at the Hard Rock Cafe. Spaces will fill up fast. Register early! Barcode Age 56485 All Ages

Day Time F 10:30A-6:30P

Date 10/11

Fee $62

Ho-Chunk Casino Trip

Head to Ho-Chunk for the day. Trip includes a bus ride, $25 slot play and 5-10% off food if wearing your badge. Sweet rolls and juice on the bus. Barcode Age 56513 All Ages

Day Time M 7:45A-7:00P

Date 10/14

Fee $40

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Holiday Lights Tour and Dinner

Back by popular demand. Enjoy a fun-filled bus tour with Mary Edsey, author of the award-winning guidebook ‘The Best Christmas Decorations in Chicagoland.’ The evening includes dinner and the best front-yard displays in the Northwest Suburbs. Mary will share tales, lead caroling and oversee holiday quizzes. Fee includes a goodie bag. This is a different route than last year. Barcode Age All Ages 56486

Day Time M 3:00-9:30P

Date 12/16

Fee $65

Let’s Misbehave Show and Brunch

The Sights and Sounds of Christmas in Chicago

Take in the season in Chicago with a trip to the Museum of Science and Industry for the Trees Around the World exhibit. The trip includes a stop at the Christkindlemarket for shopping and lunch on your own. Make sure to get a mug of their famous German wine to keep you warm. Barcode Age 56545 All Ages

Day Time Tu 8:30A-5:00P

Date 12/10

Fee $29

Silver Creek Antique Steam Train Excursion

Pheasant Run presents Let’s Misbehave. Celebrate the life and times of legendary Broadway wit and composer Cole Porter in a must-see revue showcasing over 30 of his classic songs. Brunch will be served in the beautiful atrium before the show.

The trip includes an antique steam engine round trip excursion, a visit to Silver Creek Museum, lunch at Cimino’s Little Italy, a Lincoln-Douglas debate reenactment and a stop at the Stephenson County Historical Museum. Lunch includes a Tuscan chicken panini or ham and havarti panini served with potatoes and a drink.

Barcode Age 56483 All Ages

Barcode Age 56526 All Ages

Day Time Su 9:00A-3:00P

Date 10/20

Fee $69

Million Dollar Quartet

Catch it one last time! On Dec. 4, 1956, an auspicious twist of fate brought together Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley. Million Dollar Quartet, a Tony Award-winning musical is inspired by this famed recording session. Featuring a treasure trove of the greatest rock, rockabilly, gospel, R&B and country standards of the 1950s. Featuring Blue Suede Shoes, Fever, Sixteen Tons, Who Do You Love!, Great Balls of Fire and Whole Lotta’ Shakin’ Goin’ On. Lunch is included. Barcode Age 56480 All Ages

Day Time W 10:30A-5:30P

Date 09/25

Fee $80

Milwaukee Northshore/Cedarburg Trip

Day Time W 8:30A-6:00P

Date 10/16

Fee $69

Northshore Culinary Tasting

The trip start off at the Spice House in Evanston, followed by Old Town Oil for oils and vingars from around the world, and the Great Harvest Bread Company. The trip includes shopping at the lovely boutiques. Lunch will be at the Globe Cafe. The day will end on a sweet note with a tasting at the Illinois Nut and Candy Shop. Barcode Age 56685 All Ages

Day Time W 9:00A-5:00P

Date 11/13

Fee $50

Racine - The Belle City

A fun-filled day in the harbor just over the border. The tour highlights Frank Lloyd Wright including the SC Johnson home and headquarters. Other stops include a visit to Wind Point Lighthouse, Kringle Bakery and lunch at Spinnakers. Barcode Age 56542 All Ages

Day Time F 8:00A-5:00P

Date 11/01

Fee $72

Revolutionary War Reenactment

This trip will travel to Cantigny Park in Wheaton. Join Cantigny and the North West Territory Alliance in a revolutionary war reenactment and encampment. Get a feel for camp life, experience a battle and enjoy the sights and sounds of the 18th century. Lunch is on your own in the park. Barcode Age 56477 All Ages

Day Time Sa 9:30A-4:30P

Date 09/14

Date 10/07

Fee $82

When Patsy Meets Elvis at the Lexington House

Find out what happens when two of the greatest singing talents meet. The show features an amazing Elvis and a powerhouse Patsy Cline. Enjoy an afternoon of lunch and a musical walk down memory lane. Barcode Age 56678 All Ages

Day Time Sa 10:00A-4:00P

Date 10/12

Fee $62

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Door County Excursion

For information and pricing, contact the Senior Center at 847/490-7026.

Participants will tour the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline of Milwaukee with a step-on-guide. The trip includes visits to Lynden Sculpture Garden and historic Cedarburg for shopping and wine tasting. Lunch will be on your own. Barcode Age 56524 All Ages

Day Time M 8:00A-6:00P

Fee $20

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Shipshewana Overnight Trip

There is an adventure planned for the overnight Shipshewana trip. Highlights of the trip include a personal tour of Notre Dame University, the Hudson Auto Museum and the Barn Quilt Trail. While in Shipshewana, the trip will go to the flea market, the Davis Mercantile (rain plan) , the Bluegate, an Amish home dinner, E&S Grocers and Rise and Roll Bakery. For information and pricing, contact the Senior Center at 847/490-7026. Barcode Age 56659 All Ages

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Silver Games Tuesday-Friday, Sept. 10-13

The Silver Games are a friendly competition for ages 60+. Games include baggo, pool, fun walk, free throws, ping pong, swimming, poker, Wii and other great games. The competitions will take place at Friendship Village and Schaumburg Park District. Call 847/490-7026 for information. Entry Fee: $10 Additional fee for some activities

Barcode Age Location 56476 60+ CRC & Friendship Village

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Spring valley Vera Meineke Nature Center

Volkening Heritage Farm

Step back into the past for a look at Schaumburg as it was in the 1880s – a rural German farm community. Help with seasonal farm chores, participate in family activities and games of the 1880s, or simply visit the livestock and soak in the quiet. Authentically dressed interpreters welcome and share activities with visitors throughout the site. For more information, call 847/985-2102.

Plum Grove Road

The earth-sheltered visitor center provides an introduction to Spring Valley’s 135 acres of restored prairies, woodlands and wetlands and three miles of trails. The center contains natural history exhibits that change seasonally, the demonstration Backyard for Wildlife, an observation tower, classrooms, an extensive library, gift sales area and restrooms. For more information, call 847/985-2100.

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Spring Valley is a refuge of 135 acres of fields, forests, marshes and streams with over three miles of handicapped-accessible trails, a museum featuring natural history displays and information, and an 1880s living-history farm. Spring Valley is open to the general public. Admission is free.

Hours All facilities closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Grounds and Trails: Open Daily.......8AM-8PM Nature Center/Museum Hours: Year Round............Daily.......................... 9AM-5PM Unless otherwise noted, all programs are held rain or shine. Participants should dress appropriately for weather conditions.

Environmental Outreach Program

All ages are encouraged to take advantage of Spring Valley’s environmental education programs. From early childhood through adult, participants will learn from and enjoy our seasonal encounters with nature. Program specifics, correlations to appropriate standards, and activity sheets are available for download at www.parkfun.com.

Educational Programs at the Nature Center

Early childhood, school, scout and adult groups are encouraged to take advantage of Spring Valley’s environmental education programs. Programs change seasonally and are geared for specific age groups. Correlations to the state standards and activity sheets are available at www.parkfun.com.

Educational Programs at the Farm

Learn local history with a visit to the Heritage Farm. Elementary students recreate farm life in the 1880s with Hands on History and Heritage Quest. Preschoolers get hands-on with farm animals in A Proper Home for Henrietta. Kindergarten and first graders explore the farm and learn where food comes from historically and today in Farms and Food.

Scout Badges

Spring Valley scout programs can help with badge, pin or patch requirements. Call 847/985-2100 for more information, visit www.parkfun. com or stop in for a brochure.

Spring Valley Birthday Parties

Looking for a unique, fun and educational venue for your child’s birthday? Spring Valley is the answer! Two party themes are available. A hayride can be added for an extra fee. See page 15 for details.

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Volkening Heritage Farm: Closed Dec. 1 - Feb. 28 Farm Interpretive Program Hours: Nov. - March Open for Special Events Only April 1 - Oct. 31 Sa/Su........................ 10AM-4PM Tu-F........................... 9AM-2PM M............................... Buildings Closed

Spring Valley Firepit and Shelter Rentals

Make your next scout group, business or family gathering something special! Spring Valley offers the use of a picnic shelter and fire pit in a wooded setting near the Merkle Log Cabin. Use of the site includes firewood, trash/ recycling receptacles and benches, as well as picnic tables. No alcohol or amplified music permitted. Restrooms are available at the Heritage Farm or the Nature Center, a 5-10 minute walk. The adjacent Merkle Log Cabin contains a restroom and may be rented for additional fees. Hourly use fees: Residents:........................... $25

Civic groups:..............................$25

Non-residents:..................... $40

Corporate/business groups:.......$55

Horse Drawn Wagon Rentals at the Farm

Horse drawn wagon rentals are available at the Heritage Farm (weather permitting). For information or to book a group ride, call Heritage Farm at 847/985-2102.

Spring Valley Highlights

Autumn Harvest Festival

Sunday, Oct. 6 • Noon-5PM Special Events page 73 for details.

A Haunting in the Valley Friday & Saturday, Oct. 25 & 26 • 6:15-9:30PM Special Events page 74 for details.

From Hog House to Smokehouse

Sunday, Nov. 3 • Noon-4PM Special Events page 75 for details.

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For Teachers

Growing Up Wild: Early Childhood Teacher Workshop

Register for a hands-on workshop designed for early childhood educators. Growing Up Wild builds on a child’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them. Have fun with crafts, music, reading and math, and receive an activity guide that is correlated to the NAEYC Early Childhood Standards and the Head Start Domains. Register early because guides need to be ordered. NC $30 Barcode Age 55502 21+

Day Time Sa 9:00A-12:00P

Date 09/28

Illinois Biodiversity - Teacher Workshop

Biodiversity is the basis for the health of any species, habitat or ecosystem. Explore the concept of biodiversity in the ‘Chicago Wilderness,’ home to more kinds of ecosystems than anywhere else on Earth, through hands-on labs and simulations. Study biodiversity in Illinois and be ready to engage students in caring about and for nature! Receive activities from ‘Illinois Biodiversity Basics’ and other extensive curriculum materials. Appropriate for teachers of grades 4-12. One optional graduate credit (through Aurora University $100) or 15 CPDUs. Workshop will be held at Brookfield Zoo on Friday, October 18, from 4:30-10PM and at Spring Valley on Saturday, October 19, from 8:30AM-4:30PM. NC $140 Barcode Age 55503 21+

Day Time Sa 8:30A-4:30P

Date 10/19

Merkle Cabin $154/$174 No class week of 11/25 Barcode Age Day Time Date 55515 18+ Tu 6:00-7:00P 09/03-12/17 55516 18+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 09/03-12/17 18+ Th 6:30-7:30P 09/05-12/19 55517 55518 18+ Th 8:00-9:00P 09/05-12/19

Oktober Festessen

Bring your significant other or close friend for a night of history and memories at Spring Valley. Authentically dressed interpreters will greet you at the Heritage Farm parking lot and guide you down the lantern lit trail back 130 years. Enjoy a traditional German dinner in the historic farmhouse, and let Riesling, dessert and good conversation round out the night and transport you to another time. Priced per couple and includes one bottle of wine. Only one participant of the couple needs to register. German beer also available for an extra fee. HF $65/$85 per couple Barcode Age Day Time 55775 21+ Sa 6:00-8:00P

Date 10/12

Sausage Making 101

Sausage was an important meat product for the German-Americans who lived in 1880s Schaumburg. Learn how to make it from scratch and how the Germans preserved it over the long winter months. Try some ethnic samples and take home two different types that you will make yourself. Day Time Sa 1:00-4:00P

Date 10/19

Wks 16 16 16 16

Info Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2

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Free - Heaven’s Watch

Join Chicago Astronomical Society members as they set their telescopes for a peek at the fall skies. Topics change monthly. Programs begin in the Nature Center. NC No Heaven’s Watch in Oct. Day Start Time Date Age All ages Sa 8:00P 09/28 All ages Sa 8:00P 11/23 12/21 All ages Sa 8:00P

Info The Star Fields of Cygnus The Jewels of Andromeda The Pleiades

Owl Adventure

Visit Spring Valley for a nocturnal adventure to discover the secrets of these stealthy night-time hunters. After a walk to search for Spring Valley’s screech and great-horned owls, learn more about what makes these animals so special while observing a live owl up close. Participants should bring patience, but leave their flashlights at home. Children younger than age 10 must be accompanied by an adult. NC $8/$12 Barcode Age 4+ 55509

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HF $20/$30 Barcode Age 55776 16+

Weekly Yoga at the Cabin

Enjoy a weekly yoga class in the woods. Nurture mind and body in this rustic setting and connect with nature. Parking is available at the Merkle Cabin. Bring a yoga mat and small blanket. Participants are welcome to bring their own straps and blocks. Previous yoga experience is necessary for level 2.

Day Time Sa 7:00-8:30P

Date 11/16

Up and At’em Animal Chores

Wake up and get outside to help with animal chores. After milking cows and feeding the livestock, participants will have a chance to feed themselves with a light breakfast around the farmhouse stove. Dress for the weather. Children younger than age 14 must be accompanied by a paying adult. HF $14/$21 Barcode Age 55773 4+

Day Time Sa 7:30-9:30A

Date 09/28

Harvest Moon Bonfire

Saturday, Sept. 21 • 6:30-8:30PM • Heritage Farm

Traditionally, the night of the harvest moon was the first full moon of autumn when the setting sun is soon followed by the light of the rising moon. This extra light made it easy for farmers to get their crops in during the fall. Help celebrate this rare time of the year by taking a wagon ride through Spring Valley, roasting hot dogs and marshmallows over an open fire, and enjoying a lantern-lit tour of the farm. Age Fee 2+ $7 per person 3 yrs and younger: Free

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Spring valley Nature Stories

Spring Valley and Harper College

Nature and stories go hand in hand. There are many stories to tell and books to read. Puppets make them even more fun. Bring your favorite stuffed animal, snuggle down and enjoy stories about nature.

Registration is through Harper College, but the class will be held at Spring Valley. To register online, go to http://goforward.harpercollege.edu/page.cfm?p=4343

Blacksmithing for Beginners Saturday, Nov. 16 • 1-4PM

Warm yourself by the red glow of the forge as you discover the timeless and practical craft of blacksmithing. Working in the fully restored 19th century blacksmith workshop at Volkening Heritage Farm, you will learn the basics of metal working and forge operation. You’ll practice the trade, starting with fundamental techniques used to create beautiful and functional household items such as hooks and nails, and take home samples. Course: LEI 0078

Fee: $59

Blacksmithing for Beginners II Sunday, Nov. 23 • 1-4PM

This follow-up to the beginning blacksmithing class allows aspiring smiths to take their hammering skills to the next level. Participants will learn new metal working techniques with a focus on detail and embellishments and take home the results of their hard work. Each student will be able to recreate items using techniques modeled by the instructor. Course: LEI 0079

NC $8/$12 $3/$4 per add’l family member at the door Barcode Age Day Time Date 55508 4+ F 7:00-8:30P 10/18

Rainbow Adventure

Parents, come out with your child for a rainbow adventure. Participants will look for the colors of the rainbow while experiencing the beauty of the day. After the walk, children will make rainbows to take home. NC $8/$12 $3/$4 per add’l family member at the door Barcode Age Day Time Date 55510 4+ Su 9:30-11:00A 09/22

Twilight Hike

Have you ever wondered what happens at Spring Valley as the sun sets? Participants will find out as they hike, explore and look for animals that are active at dusk. The evening will end at Merkle Cabin with crafts.

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Nature and Fall

As fall changes toward the winter to come, there is much to see, explore, and discover. Children will find out what makes late fall unique and get outside to soak up the beauty of this time of change before the chaos of the holiday season ahead. Dress for the weather since late fall can be unpredicatable and exciting. Day Time Su 12:00-1:00P

Night Hike

The night is full of fun and mystery! Come out to Spring Valley after the sun has set and use your five senses to explore the dark. The evening will end with a campfire and roasted marshmallows.

NC $8/$12 $3/$4 per add’l family member at the door Barcode Age Day Time Date 55512 4+ F 7:00-8:30P 09/20

Fee: $59

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NC $4/$6 Barcode Age 55504 3-5yrs

NC $8/$12 $3/$4 per add’l family member at the door Barcode Age Day Time Date 55507 4-7yrs F 7:30-8:30P 11/15

Date 11/24

NC $10/$15 Barcode Age 55495 7-12yrs

The following programs have a special family rate. By registering ONE child, it is assumed that a minimum of two people (one adult and child) or a maximum of four people are attending. Do NOT register additional people; they may pay on the day of the program. What is your favorite kind of apple? Do you want it sweet or tart? Is red, green or yellow your choice? Enjoy this amazing fall fruit in an adventure that’s all about apples. Walk to the log cabin, make apple prints and eat apple cobbler. The story of Johnny Appleseed will round out the morning’s apple adventure. Program meets at the Nature Center. NC $12/$18 $4/$5 per add’l family member at the door Barcode Age Day Time Date 55494 5+ Su 9:30-11:00A 11/24

Day Time F 5:00-7:00P

Date 11/15

Creepers and Crawlers

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All About Apples

Cabin Cooking, Pioneer Style

Step back in time and cook like a pioneer in Spring Valley’s own log cabin. Do you like to cook over an open fire? Do you want to learn how? Leave the stove at home while exploring the art of cooking with fire. Discover the difference wood can make in the way food tastes. Participants will create and enjoy delicious pioneer-style foods cooked in the fireplace.

Fall is a great time to hunt for creepers and crawlers. Use your insect eyes to see things from a new perspective. Discover what a bug’s life is really all about as you look for what’s hanging around. Be prepared to get a little messy. NC $6/$9 Barcode Age 55496 8-10yrs

Day Time Sa 9:30-11:00A

Date 09/14

Keep brushing! An apple won’t replace your toothbrush, but biting and chewing an apple stimulates saliva production in your mouth. Saliva reduces tooth decay by lowering bacteria levels. Smile! – www.besthealthmag.ca/eat-well/nutrition/15-health-benefits-of-eating-apples

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Concert at the Cabin - Saturday, Sept. 14 • 5:-7:30PM • FREE

Come enjoy wonderful music in a beautiful setting! The Spring Valley Community Concert Band will perform under the shelter on the wooded cabin grounds as evening settles in. Picnic fare and beverages will be available for purchase or bring your own food, lawn chairs and a blanket. Picnic tables will be available. The music will begin at 6PM. The Merkle Log Cabin is an easy 10-minute walk from the Nature Center parking lot, or you can take a wagon shuttle.

Day Off School Field Trip

Don’t know what to do on your day off from school? Come to Spring Valley! Take a trip to a special location, discovering some fascinating and fun places to spend the day. The destinations change, so be sure to sign-up for each opportunity. Be sure to pack a lunch for this full day of adventure. Cantigny is a 500 acre park, located in Wheaton. It is home to the 1st Division Museum, Robert McCormick mansion and beautiful gardens. Spend the day exploring the buildings and grounds, seeing this sight through new eyes. Brookfield Zoo has been a part of the Chicago area landscape since 1934. The trip will visit the animals and discover who is new at the zoo. NC $36/$40 Barcode Age 55497 7-12yrs 55498 7-12yrs

Day Time F 9:00A-4:00P M 9:00A-4:00P

Date 10/11 10/14

Info Cantigny Brookfield Zoo

Fall Discoveries

Bask in the colors of autumn. Explore the beauty of the season and discover what you’ve been missing when you’re not outside. The prairies, wetlands and woodlands of Spring Valley are just waiting for you to visit. There’s no time like fall to enjoy in the wonders of nature. NC $6/$9 Barcode Age 55499 5-7yrs

Day Time M 5:00-6:00P

Date 10/14

Spring Valley Winter Break Camp

Spend three days exploring Spring Valley. Campers will track animals, look for birds, experiment with snow and snowshoe (if there’s enough snow). Dress appropriately for the weather. Bring a sack lunch each day. NC $80/$100 No camp 12/24 & 12/25 Barcode Age Day Time 55511 7-12yrs M/Th/F 9:30A-2:30P

Date 12/23-12/27

Research shows that more time in nature is linked to reduced stress and depression, faster healing time and less need for pain medication. – www.aarp.org/politics-society/advocacy/info-07-2012/ health-benefits-of-nature.html

Aldo Leopold – A Standard of Change Sunday, Nov. 10 • 7-8PM

Prairie Center for the Arts, 201 Schaumburg Court, Schaumburg This one-man play written by and starring storyteller Jim Pfitzer brings noted 20th century conservationist, philosopher and writer Aldo Leopold back to the humble ‘shack’ that inspired many of his ground-breaking ideas about ecology, conservation and culture. The show takes place on one evening in and around Leopold’s central Wisconsin shack, as he reacquaints himself with his beloved landscape, remembers influential friends and family, quotes from some of his most important writings and ponders his legacy. Cost is $15 for adults/$10 for students, children and seniors. Tickets are available at prairiecenter.org or by calling 847/895-3600. Prairie Center Lecture Hall (and not theatre) is an intimate 100-seat space.

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Spring valley National Public Lands Day Saturday, Sept. 21 • 9AM-1PM Join staff and volunteers in this demonstration of local environmental stewardship. Participants will learn how people work with nature to heal the land and help restore rare plants and animals. All participants will receive a packet of native wildflower seeds to take home. Refreshments will be available.

Teen & Youth P rograms

5th & 6th Grade October Gym Jam

Come out and enjoy some fun at Meineke with a DJ, games, basketball, relay races, bobbing for apples and much more! Concessions will be available to purchase. Each child will receive a wristband upon arrival. Parents must escort kids in and out of the event. MRC $13 Barcode Age 56341 10-12yrs

Day Time F 6:30-9:00P

Date 10/11

3rd and 4th Grade Sunday Night Funday Night

Hang out and enjoy pizza, drinks, games, Wii, music and a movie. Participants will be supervised and must pre-register for this event. Come enjoy the night before a day off of school at Bock! Bock $10/$15 Barcode Age 56219 8-11yrs

Day Time Su 6:00-8:00P

Date 10/13

3rd & 4th Grade Boo-2U Fest

Home School Naturalist Group Programs

Looking for an educational outing for your home school group? Spring Valley Nature Center and Heritage Farm are the perfect places for handson, exploration based science programs. Offerings change seasonally, so check the program guide regularly. This fall the following topics are offered: • Biscuits and Butter - Learn about 19th century farm life as you cook on the wood burning stove and churn your own butter. • Fishy Friends - Dive in to the watery world of Illinois fish. Discover what they need to survive, where they go in the winter and make your own gyotaku. • Leafy Trees - Compare and contrast different leaves, learn to read tree rings and create a leaf book to take home. • Squirrels - Explore the fascinating lives of these furry acrobats, learn how to get involved with the citizen science program Project Squirrel and see if you would survive as a squirrel. • Available every fall: Conservation in Action, Woodlands, Owls: Predators of the Night, Cycling, Farms and Food, Gardening, Wetlands, Nighttime Nature For more information about programs and pricing, or to schedule a program, call 847/985-2100.

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Children will enjoy a variety of spooktacular activities including a DJ, games, crafts and haunted house! Come in costume and receive a gift. Concessions will be available for purchase. Participants need to be signed in and out of the event by an adult (18 years or older). Adults must enter the CRC from the south entrance and exit at the north entrance when signing children in and out. Carpooling is encouraged. Registration deadline is Thursday, Oct. 24 at 9PM. This event fills quickly, so register early. There is no day-of registration. CRC Pre-registration: $10 Day-of Registration: $15 (if space available) Barcode Age Day Time Date 56559 8-11yrs F 7:00-9:00P 10/25

Harvest Party for 5th and 6th Graders

Enjoy an exciting evening of fabulous late fall fun with friends! There will be a DJ, hayrides, games, pumpkin decorating and much more. Parents must escort their children into the party and sign them out at the end of the night. Carpooling is encouraged. District 54 dress code applies. Concessions food items will be available for an additional fee. CRC $16 Barcode Age 56342 10-12yrs

Day Time F 6:30-9:30P

Date 11/15

3rd and 4th Grade Dance Party Turkey Jam

Back by popular demand! There will be a DJ, dancing and games. Concessions will be available for purchase. Pre-registration is encouraged and parents must escort their children in and out of the facility. Wristbands will be given to participants upon arrival. MRC Pre-registration: $7 Day-of Registration: $10 (if space available) Barcode Age Day Time Date 56221 8-11yrs Tu 7:00-9:00P 11/26

Holiday Ball for 5th and 6th Graders

Enjoy a fancy and festive evening of looking your best and celebrating the holiday season with friends! There will be a DJ, picture taking, an area to make a holiday picture frame and games. A buffet dinner will be served including salad, chicken tenders, chips, dessert and soda. A dinner ticket will be given at time of arrival. Parents must escort and sign their children in and out. District 54 dress code applies. CRC $17 Barcode Age 56350 10-12yrs

Day Time F 6:30-9:30P

Date 12/20

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T.P.H. (The Party’s Here!) - For Grades 7 & 8 - School District 54 and Parochial Schools Only Fridays, Sept. - May • 7-10PM • CRC, 505 N. Springinsguth Road

TPH is a safe, supervised, action-packed program held on the first Friday of school months from September to May for seventh- and eighth-graders of District 54 and area parochial schools. A variety of activities are offered each month including a DJ with sound and light system, table tennis, foosball, dodgeball, wallyball, craft making, card area, Twister, Wii and other interactive games. Snacks and soda are available for purchase. Please bring bills lower than $20. If you have any questions regarding the registration procedure or the TPH program, call 847/985-2143.

2013-2014 Event Info and Fees Dates Theme Nights Sept. 6: Oct. 4: Nov. 1: Dec. 6: Jan. 3:

No Theme Halloween Frenzy Dress in costume Pajama Party Wear your favorite pajamas No Theme Sports Mania Wear a sports jersey

Dates Theme Nights

Feb. 7: Valentine’s Day Special Wear something red March 7: St. Patrick’s Day Fun Wear something green April 4: Caribbean Party Put on flip flops and tropical shirt May 2: Dress to Impress It’s the last event, get dressed up

Dressing up is optional, but stay within District 54 dress code guidelines. Overview: Those attending TPH must purchase a pass which includes a photo ID and number of events. This pass must be brought to every TPH event. No one is admitted without this official event/photo ID! All participants, with a parent/guardian, must complete and sign a membership application prior to participating in any TPH event. Procedures: Remember, a parent or guardian must escort their child into the building through the south entrance where you will wait with him or her to be scanned and signed in. Carpooling is encouraged! When it’s pickup time, designate an area to meet your child and remember to sign them out before exiting through the north entrance. Dress Code: TPH dress code follows the District 54 dress code. There will be a list outlining what will be allowed and not allowed posted at the TPH event site. Those not following dress code will be asked to change. Passes: Participants are encouraged to take advantage of the savings when purchasing a package. Daily event and photo IDs are a one-event

Event Fees (fee includes TPH Photo ID)

In order to pre-register you must have purchased a TPH Photo ID. Event passes are valid only for the 2013-2014 school year. Full Season Pass (9 events)... $63 Three Event Pass......$30 Six Event Pass......................... $48 One Event Pass*.......$12 *This is for those that already have a photo ID card and want to add one event to their card.

One Event Pass & Photo ID..................................... $24 This will allow you to one event and includes the card and photo ID.

option. Cards are $12 and photo IDs are $12. An event pass and photo ID may be purchased at: • Bock: 9AM to 5PM, Monday - Friday and 9AM to noon on Saturday. • Meineke: Until 9:30PM daily. • CRC: Until 9PM daily. NO NEW PASSES WILL BE SOLD THE DAY OF THE EVENT! Renewal/Replacement: You may add additional TPH events onto your card up until the Thursday before TPH. NO EXCEPTIONS! If you lose your pass but still have events on it, you may pay $10 for a replacement card. Replacement cards may be purchased at any time, including the day of TPH, up until 5PM at any facility. Your name will be checked in the computer to see if you still have events left on your card. New Passes: If you were a seventh-grader last year and purchased a new photo ID, you may have your events updated on that card. New seventh-graders must purchase a new card for events.

Youth Fitness Training Orientation

Learn the correct use of cardio and Selectorized fitness equipment. After successfully completing the fitness training orientation, teens may use the appropriate equipment at SPD fitness facilities!

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Location Fee CRC $9 CRC $9 CRC $9 CRC $9 CRC $9 CRC $9 CRC $9 CRC $9 CRC $9

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Volunteer Recognition Thank You Volunteers!

Christine Curin, SV

Pat Gadzicki, R

Vicki Jacobsen, SV

John Curin, SV

Patricia Gafke, R

Valerie Jakobi, R

Mike Daniels, PBrd

Cheri Galovich, R

Arthur Jeczala, SV

Elise DeGeus, SV

Ed Garvey, R

Gen Jendrach, R

Kathleen DeGeus, SV

J.Michael Gear, SV

Rick Jeske, SV

Ray Deibert, SV

Dominick Geraci, R

We regret any errors or omissions which may have inadvertently occurred. Please contact us with an error or omission so we can correct our records.

Betty Delahunty, R

Marla Geraci, R

Dave Johnson, F, FT, PBrd, SV

Karen Delmonico, SV

Mary Geraci, R

If you would like to volunteer, call 847/490-7015.

Dominick Deluca, R

Victoria Geraci, R

Michelle Diaz, R

Anthony Gershman, R

Naomi Dimand, R

Peter Gigous, SV

Sharon DiMaria, PBrd

Venus Gintowt, SV

Barb Dochterman, SV

Christie Giometti, R

James Dolbeare, FT

Ryan Glatzhofer, R

Anna Donofrio, R

Penny Goedjen, R

Lon Doremus, R

Rebecca Gonzales, R

Daryle Drew, SV

Roberta Gonzales, R

Mary Drobnik, R

Amanda Greco, SV

Ann Droege, R

Dan Greco, SV

Janet Droege, R

Jennifer Greco, SV

Glenn Dunn, R

Donna Grueneich, R

Peg Dunn, R

Dan Gryzik, SV

Jerome Dvoratchek, SV

Sirisha Gudipati, R

Marilyn Dvoratchek, R, SV

Robert Hager, FC

Eliza Kelly, R

Jerry Handlon, F, FT, R, SV

Erin Kelly, R Mickayla Kibby, R

Andrew Hanes, R

David Kives, SV

Ellen Hanes, SV

Annette Koepke, R Richard Koepke, R Mary Koncos, R

Hundreds of volunteers have given thousands of hours to make SPD events and services fun and successful for everyone. This tribute recognizes the efforts of each volunteer in at least one area where they have served over the past year. Most volunteers donate their time and talent to more than one program and we are most grateful.

Abbreviations:

C Communications Department F Schaumburg Park Foundation FC Finance Committee Member FT Schaumburg Park Foundation Trustee JC Joint Advisory Committee Member NRC Naming Review Committee PBrd Schaumburg Park District Board of Commissioners R Recreation Department SV Spring Valley *2012 Volunteer Award Recipients

Franklin Johnson, R Kathy Johnson, R Sandy Johnson, C Walt Johnson, NRC Jasmyne Jordan, R Andrew Jun, R Ashley Jun, R Tabitha Juneau, R Pete Justen, FT, SV Kevin Kaitis, SV Kay Kaminski, R Virginia Kasabian, R Meg Kasher, R Tomoko Kawaski, R Ed Kelby, R

Matthew Aberman, R

Peggy Benson, C

Rebecca Buchwak, R

Moe Abid, R

Donna Bertoncini, R

Andrew Buckingham, R

Mary Allenspach, R

Joy Bertone, SV

Roger Buelow, R

Denise Ambrose, C

Bill Bidlo, SV

Brian Burke, JC

Gail Ameer, SV

Brian Bieschke, FT

Brittney Butt, R

Barb Atkin, R

Becca Birriel, R

Andrew Caccavari, SV

Carol Anagnostopoulos, SV

James Birriet, R

Pat Campbell, SV

Nancy Fallen, SV

Carla HasegawaAhrendt, R

Maureen Black, R

Rebeca Campos, R

Mary Farace, R

Ron Haskell, SV

Melissa Ann Bland, R

Susanne Cannella, SV

Jeanne Fetter, R

Jean Havlir, SV

Leon Blum, SV

Jim Carlson, R

Nancy Filo, SV

Lisa Hehn, R

Sunshine Bobnick, R

Eve Carter, SV

Laura Fish, JC

Pat Heiberger, SV

Sarah Boettcher, R

Don Cavi, R

Jake Flannery, R

Chuck Henry, SV

Duane Bolin, SV

Carol Cellini, SV

Jess Flannery, R

Carol Heydorn, R

Katie Bondi, R

Susan Champagne, SV

Bill Flesch, SV

Toni Higgins–Thrash, C

Megan Bonney, SV

Stephanie Chen, R

Dan Floreani, SV

Dan Hildebrandt, R

Carolyn Bowden, SV

Ali Chinlund, C

Pat Floreani, SV

Dottie Hildebrandt, R

Debra Braheny, R

Robin Clark, SV

Roland Foernssler, R

Danny Hirsch, R

Amy Bredfield, R

Laurie Cloertson, R

William Forst, SV

Cindy Holmberg, SV

Flo Brinacombe, R

Dennis Colbert, SV

Al Fragakis, R

Dale Hoppenrath, R

Jerry Brinacombe, R

Rosemary Colbert, SV

Matt Frank, FT

Laura Hoppenrath, R

Dean Bruckner, SV

Margaret Connelly, FT

Victor Franks, Jr., SV

Kimberly Howe, R

Ed Bauer, R

Deanna Bruckner, SV

Jan Costis, SV

Taylor Frye, R

Jeff Huebner, SV

Janet Bedsole, SV

Carole Bryan, R

Alan Cox, C

Kim Fuentes, R

Kurt Hutchinson, R

Tony LaFrenere, F, FT, R, SV

Bob Benson, C

Francesca Bucaro, R

Diana Crawford, R

Blaine Fuhrman, R

Mark Jacobs, R

Carl LaPonte, JC

Ellen Andeen, R Len Anzelde, C Connie Arkus, C Andrew Awdziejczyk, SV George Badame, R Bill Bailey, SV George Bailey, SV Samuel Baker, R Eric Balais, R Emilee Baldwin, R Kaitlyn Ball, SV Robin Barr, SV Elizabeth Barry, R Patricia Bartkowiak, R

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Donna Johnson, JC, SV

Kiana Dzubinski, R Lynn Eikenbary, SV Hilary Ellis, SV Shelby Epich, R

Bernadette Kolasa, SV Terese Koncos, R Lorraine Kope, R Alan Kraus, SV Amanda Kraus, SV Janet Kraus, SV Dave Krein, SV Arlene Krizka, SV Dorothy Kroll, R Cheryl Kruger, R Margaret Kulis, SV Richard Kurzynski, R Karen Kusek, SV Susan LaDore, SV

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Steve Larson, SV

Ghazala Mohson, R

Mike Partipilo, R

Nancy Ruffolo, SV

Brianna Smith, R

Stefon Tyus, R

Jay Laski, SV

Sandra Mordini, R

David Parulo, FT

Kendall Rugebregt, R

Yoko Snow, R

Dolores Varacalli, R

Linda Latuszek, R

Larry Morkert, SV

Bob Pautsch, SV

Monica Ruser, R

Peter Sochacki, SV

Judy Velan, SV

Randee Lawrence, SV

Billy Morrice

Penny Perles, SV

Mary Rutledge, SV

Arlene Stenstrop, R

Amy Vito, SV

Judy Leon, SV

Eileen Morris, R

Tom Perles, SV

Ernest Stenstrop, R

Joe Vito, SV

Richard Leonhardt, SV

Don Morrison, FT

Carl Peterson, C

Sakehee Sakhardande, R Leo Salais, SV

Harold Sterling, R

Joan Vodraska, SV

Amber Stringer, SV

Ellie Vogel, SV

Terry Sullivan, FT

Evan Wahlen, R

Glenn Szurgot, FT

Angela Waidanz, SV

Arlene Szweda, R

John Walsh, SV

Melvin Szweda, R

Laura Walsh, SV

Julie Taggart, R

Louisa Walsh, SV

Marian Tanner, R

Scott Walsh, SV

Elizabeth Tatom, SV

Tom Walsh, SV

John Tatom, SV

Benson Wang, R

Laurie Tatom, SV

Carolyn Warren, R

Bruce Terry, FT

Paula Waterman, SV

Tammy Terwelp, SV

Norina Waugh, SV

Carol Thomas, SV

Krystyna Wehrle, R

John Thrash, C

Fred Weihmoller, R

John Thrush, R

Carolyn White, SV

Austin Tipper, SV

Bruce Widenhoefer, R

Judy Trent, C

Bob Winter, SV

Jacques Trudel, FT

John Witkowski, SV

Jean Tucknott, SV

Kay Wojcik, FT

Julie Tucknott, SV

Rich Wysocki, R

William Tucknott, FT, SV

Patrick Zambito, R

Donna Turner, SV

Malgorzata Zdunek, R

Shirley Turpin, SV

Julie Zinchuk, R

Stephanie LoCoco, R Charlie Loh, SV

Barbara Muehlhausen, SV

Kathy Longueil, FT

Janet Neally, SV

George Longmeyer, PBrd

Bonnie Nelson, SV

Sandra Lovisa, SV

Donna Nicolaisen, SV

Linda Lozar, R Peggy Lydon, R

Roger Nelson, SV Joan Niekom, R

Melina Lynch, SV

Eugene Niewiadomski, SV

Michael Lynch, SV

Helga Niewiadomski, SV

Becky Lyons, SV

Elizabeth Nordstrom, C

Nancy Lyons, SV

Cheryl Ocampo, R

Burke MacDonald, C

Patty Ochs, SV

Ayumi Maeda, R

Ryan Ochs, SV

Elsie Magnussen, SV

Ken Ogorzalek, SV

*Bob Mannion, R Nancy Mamsen, SV Victoria Mann, SV Dave Margolis, SV Julie Margolis, SV Mindy Marks, C Alice Mashek, R

Sharon Ogorzalek, SV Jacob Olano, R Jan Ortwerth, R Rich Ortwerth, R Richard Osten, FC Jay O’Toole, C Kristi Overgaard, SV

Jim Peterson, SV Stephanie Pittenger, R Walter Plinske, SV Gus Podd, FT Suzanne Poeschel, FT Thomas Poklen, SV

Emil Schiavo, C Jean Schlinkmann, F, FT, R, SV

Ina Pollock, R Tom Popek, SV

Loretta Schneple, R

Jamie Pregge, R

Ann Schooley, SV

Jill Pregge, R

William Schooley, SV

Nina Pulliam, C

Ruth Schuster, R

Mizbah Rasheed

Elsie Sears, SV

Emily Reddy, R

James Sears, SV

Alexis Reedy, R

John Selke, NRC

Jack Reilly, SV

Catherine Senderak, R

Renata Riccobon, SV

Nara Sethuraman, SV

Kristy Riddle, R

Amy Shannon, R

Rich Ringfelt, SV

Diane Shore, SV

Sue Ringfelt, SV

Mary Shortridge, R

Tina Rokoszewski, SV

Eileen Skiba, SV

Barbara Royce, SV

Tom Skiba, SV

Bob Royce, SV

Phillip Skultety, SV

Dick Ruffolo, SV

Martin Sliwka, SV

Joan Pangallo, SV

Maykaya Mason Jones, R

Pratima Pardt, R

Julie Mattioli, R

Meo, Spring Sandy and Tony Year. e Volunteers of th

Burke McDonald, R

Nancy Schaefer, SV

Robert Schmidt, FT, PBrd, SV

William Mashek, R

Mary Matz, SV

Ann Scacco, SV

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Mary McDonald, R James McGee, SV Ian McNaughton, R Dan McNulty, C *Sandy Meo, SV *Tony Meo, SV Hatty Merchant, R Lisa Michelini, R Barb Michigan, SV Katrina Miley, SV Pamela Miller, R Barb Mitchell, SV Jason Mitchell, FT, JC S c h a u m b u r g P a r k D i s t r i c t | w w w. p a r k f u n . c o m | FA L L 2 0 1 3

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Special Events

Spring Valley 30th Birthday Celebration Saturday, Sept. 14 • 2-4PM

Help Spring Valley celebrate 30 years of serving the community with an afternoon open house at the Nature Center. Following presentations by staff and officials, attendees will be invited to share birthday cake, enjoy children’s activities and take a short guided nature walk or wagon ride to the farm. A picnic and Concert at the Cabin will follow from 5-7:30PM.

Concert at the Cabin Saturday, Sept. 14 • 5-7:30PM • FREE

Come enjoy wonderful music in a beautiful setting! The Spring Valley Community Concert Band will perform under the shelter on the wooded cabin grounds as evening settles in. Picnic fare and beverages will be available for purchase or bring your own food, lawn chairs and a blanket. Picnic tables will be available. The music will begin at 6PM. The Merkle Log Cabin is an easy 10-minute walk from the Nature Center parking lot, or you can take a wagon shuttle.

Sport Center Family Fun Night Friday, Sept. 20 • 6-8PM

at the door!

In honor of Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play, encouraging kids to turn off the television and go out and play, the Schaumburg Park District will offer an event for kids and their families! The Sport Center offers an opportunity for families to participate in a variety of structured, supervised sports, games and activities in its 110,000 square foot facility. Activities include basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, preschool tot lot, soccer, T-ball, softball and gymnastic obstacle courses. Concessions will be available for purchase. The first 250 residents to register receive a free gift

Barcode Age 56607 All Ages

Day Time F 6:00-8:00P

Date 09/20

Location Fee SC Res: Free/Non-res: $5 per family

Harvest Moon Bonfire - Heritage Farm

Saturday, Sept. 21 • 6:30-8:30PM

Traditionally, the night of the harvest moon was the first full moon of autumn when the setting sun is soon followed by the light of the rising moon. This extra light made it easy for farmers to get their crops in during the fall. Help celebrate this rare time of the year by taking a wagon ride through Spring Valley, roasting hot dogs and marshmallows over an open fire, and enjoying a lantern-lit tour of the farm.

Age Fee 2+ $7 per person 3 yrs and younger: Free

National Celebration of Cardboard Day Saturday, Oct. 5 • 11AM-1PM

The Sport Center gym will be turned into a cardboard paradise. Participants will enjoy building, stacking, drawing and doing anything else they can imagine with a variety of cardboard boxes and tubes. Just bring your imagination! Barcode 56604

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Age 2-6yrs

Day Sa

Time 11:00A-1:00P

Date 10/05

Location SC

Fee $7/$10

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Autumn Harvest Festival - Spring Valley Sunday, Oct. 6 • Noon-5PM

Admission: $4/person; $16/family of six or fewer Add’l member $4 ea. Children ages 3 and younger are free. Age Day Time Date Location All ages Su 12:00-5:00P 10/06 HF & Merkle Cabin

Sponsored by

Photo by Edward Tummillo, SAPS.

Family Bingo & Pizza Night Friday, Oct. 11 • 6-8PM

Families are invited to spend Friday night at the CRC for an evening packed with pizza, prizes and bingo! Pre-registration is required. Register early - this event is always a hit! Registration deadline is 5PM on Oct. 11. CRC $9 per person Barcode Age Day Time 56555 3+ F 6:00-8:00P

Date 10/11

Special Events

Step back in time over 100 years and watch history come to life at Spring Valley’s largest and most popular event held at both the Heritage Farm and Merkle Cabin! Hands-on demonstrations of frontier-era and 1880s farm life including cider pressing, blacksmithing, grain threshing and much more is available to see and do. Available throughout the day will be kid’s craft activities, 19th century games and live string music on two stages. Grilled food, taffy apples, roasted ears of corn and cold beverages will be available for purchase. Parking is available at the Nature Center on Schaumburg Road and off Plum Grove Road across from Heritage Farm.

Howl-O-Ween Pooch Parade Saturday, Oct. 12 • Noon-2PM

Get your pup in the Halloween spirit by coming to an event entirely for dogs! Dogs should come dressed to impress and ready to be judged for the most unique costume. Other activities include a dog agility course, fun tricks competition, a pooch parade and an area for free play. The first 50 dogs will receive a special Halloween treat. All dogs must have current shots. Attach records to the registration form or bring to Meineke. Photo by Denise Ambroses, SAPS.

MRC $2/$3 per person $5/$7 per dog Day Time Barcode Age 56335 All Ages Sa 12:00-2:00P

Date 10/12

Family Pumpkin Carving

Photo by Ed Luebbers, SAPS.

Saturday, Oct. 19 • 10AM-Noon

Each participant will receive a pumpkin to carve and decorate. All pumpkin carving supplies will be provided, just bring creative ideas for carving your pumpkin. Prizes will be awarded in various categories. Juice and snacks will be provided. An adult must be present with children at all times. Fee is per child. Adults must register. Registration deadline is 5PM on Thursday, Oct. 17. Barcode Age 56560 1+

Day Time Date Location Fee Sa 10:00A-12:00P 10/19 Bock $15/$23

Great Pumpkin Halloween Dodgeball Tournament Saturday, Oct. 19 • 9AM Check-in | Matches start at 10AM

Show off dodgeball skills in the first event of the 2013-14 NADA season! Top teams receive paid bids to the Indoor National Championships in January. Teams are encouraged to dress up for this exciting event! Registration deadline is Oct. 13. SC $125/team of 6-10 *$105/team of 6-10 Barcode Age Division 56666 18+ Men’s Class A 56667 18+ Men’s Class B 56668 18+ Men’s Class C

Barcode Age 56669 18+ 56670 18+ 56671* 16+

Division Women’s Co-Rec High School

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If you have questions or would like information on how to become a member of the National Amateur Dodgeball Association, call 847/985-2120. Information and registration forms also are available on www.dodgeballusa.com.

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3rd & 4th Grade Boo-2U Fest Friday, Oct. 25 • 7-9PM

Special Events

Children will enjoy a variety of spooktacular activities including a DJ, games, crafts and haunted house! Come in costume and receive a gift. Concessions will be available for purchase. Participants need to be signed in and out of the event by an adult (18 years or older). Adults must enter the CRC from the south entrance and exit at the north entrance when signing children in and out. Carpooling is encouraged. Registration deadline is Thursday, Oct. 24 at 9PM. This event fills quickly, so register early. There is no day-of registration. Pre-registration: $10 Day-of Registration: $15 (if space available) Barcode Age Day Time Date Location 56559 8-11yrs F 7:00-9:00P 10/25 CRC

A Haunting in the Valley - Spring Valley

Friday & Saturday, Oct. 25 & 26 • 6:15-9:30PM

Spring Valley’s popular Halloween program will feature mysterious and magical walks through the Log Cabin Woods. Covered wagons will transport groups to the trail entrance every 15 minutes for the ½ hour walk. Games, a live owl display, refreshments and a bonfire are also available at the Nature Center. Tickets may be purchased at the Nature Center for one of four time slots each evening. Space is limited, so purchasing a ticket ahead of time is strongly advised. Wagon departures will be within the time slots listed below. Arrive 15 minutes before the start of your time slot. Friday, Oct, 25 6:15-7:00P 7:15-8:00P 8:15-9:00P 9:15-9:30P

Saturday, Oct. 26 6:15-7:00P 7:15-8:00P 8:15-9:00P 9:15-9:30P

Age Day Time F/Sa 6:15-9:30P 4+

Date 10/25 & 10/26

Tickets available at Spring Valley only $5 if purchased prior to 5PM on the day of event $6 at the door if available

Location Meet at NC

Photo by Edward Tummillo, SAPS.

Halloween House Decorating Tour

Monday, Oct. 28 • 6-8:30PM

Travel around Schaumburg seeing sights and frights! The tour will visit and judge about 10 houses. Halloween House Decorating Contest participants cannot participate in the judging, but may join the tour. Meet in the north entrance lobby of the CRC. The bus leaves at 6PM. Pre-registration is required by 9PM on Oct. 22 or until seats are full. This tour fills up quickly so reserve your spot today!. Entry form for contest is below. Barcode 56557

Age All Ages

Day M

Time 6:00-8:30P

Date 10/28

Location Meet at CRC

Fee $8/$12

Halloween House Decorating Contest Form - FREE Tour: Monday, Oct. 28 • Entry forms due by 9PM on Oct. 25 at CRC

Decorate your home to be the scariest in Schaumburg. Houses may be decorated anytime prior to Oct. 28. The first 10 houses entered will be judged. Your house must be within Schaumburg Park District boundaries. Judging will take place the evening of Oct. 28. Winning entrants will be listed on the Schaumburg Park District cable channel and featured on www.parkfun.com. Prizes will be awarded based on the following categories: Originality: Unique design and creative use of lights and decorations Theme: Storyline or scene

Arrangement: Display and placement of decorations Overall: Overall presentation

Entry forms must be turned into the CRC, 505 N. Springinsguth Road, Schaumburg 60194 no later than 9PM on Oct. 25.

Halloween House Decorating Contest Entry

Entry deadline: Oct. 25 at 9PM

Name:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone Number:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Theme:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Nearest major intersection to your house:________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Photo by Emil Schiavo, SAPS.

Pumpkin Splash - NEW DAY! Saturday, Oct. 26 • 6-8PM

Hunt Schedule: 6:15PM........ 2 yrs and younger 6:30PM......... 3-5yrs 6:45PM........ 6-8 yrs 7PM.............. 9-12yrs Pre-registration: $14 Barcode Age 56553 All Ages

Day Time Sa 6:00-8:00P

Date 10/26

Location WW

Halloween Boonanza Thursday, Oct. 31 • 6-9PM

The CRC and Safety Park will be turned into a Halloween carnival! Activities include hay rides, crafts, carnival games, moonwalk, entertainment, prizes, candy and trick or treating. Dare to go through the haunted house! Pre-registration deadline is 9PM on Wednesday, Oct. 30. $10 (Child receives wristband - includes all activities except concessions) $12 day of event • Parents & children age 1 and younger are free Barcode Age Day Time Date Location 56554 1-14yrs Th 6:00-9:00P 10/31 CRC

Special Events

Come swim with pumpkins at The Water Works! Activities include pool pumpkin picking, DJ, refreshments and pumpkin decorating. There will be scheduled pumpkin swims per age group throughout the evening in the zero depth pool. Parents will be able to assist small children. All other pool areas will have open swim. Don’t forget your swimsuit! Registration deadline is Oct. 25. All children must be accompanied by an adult during the entire event. The Water Works lockers will not be available to participants.

From Hog House to Smokehouse - Spring Valley

Sunday, Nov. 3 • Noon-4PM

Visit the Heritage Farm to find out where bacon comes from and help preserve food and meat for winter as they did in the 1880s. Visitors will make sausage, smoke hams and learn other pork-related activities. Event includes children’s activities and a wagon shuttle from the Nature Center to the Heritage Farm. Refreshments will be available.

Admission: $2/person; $8/family of six or fewer - Additional member $2 ea. Children ages 3 and younger are free. Age Day Time Date Location Sponsored by All ages Su 12:00-4:00P 11/03 HF Photo by Andrew & Sophie Niewiara, SAPS.

Aldo Leopold – A Standard of Change

Sunday, Nov. 10 • 7-8PM • Prairie Center for the Arts, 201 Schaumburg Court, Schaumburg

This one-man play written by and starring storyteller Jim Pfitzer brings noted 20th century conservationist, philosopher and writer Aldo Leopold back to the humble ‘shack’ that inspired many of his ground-breaking ideas about ecology, conservation and culture. The show takes place on one evening in and around Leopold’s central Wisconsin shack, as he reacquaints himself with his beloved landscape, remembers influential friends and family, quotes from some of his most important writings and ponders his legacy. Cost is $15 for adults/$10 for students, children and seniors. Tickets are available at prairiecenter.org or by calling 847/895-3600. Prairie Center Lecture Hall (and not theatre) is an intimate 100-seat space.

Enjoy a live theater production at the Community Recreation Center! Fri. & Sat., Nov. 22-23 • 7PM Sun., Nov. 24 • 2PM Tickets:

Adults (13 yrs & older):...................$11 Youth (12 yrs & younger):...............$6 Under 2 yrs (if being held):.............FREE

Santa’s Dilemma Sat, Dec. 7 • 6PM

Be a part of the show! Auditions are Sept. 8 & 9 Parts available for ages 7 to 20 for Willy Wonka Jr. and 7 to adult for Santa’s Dilemma.

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Winter Break Camps Spring Valley Winter Break Camp

Way Fun Winter Break Camp at MRC

Spend three days exploring Spring Valley. Campers will track animals, look for birds, experiment with snow and snowshoe (if there’s enough snow). Dress appropriately for the weather and remember to bring a sack lunch each day.

Enjoy winter break with the Schaumburg Park District! Participate in field trips, games, gym time and art projects. Sack lunches are required each day. Snacks will be provided. Parent information will be mailed home prior to the start of camp. Register for one day or for all days for a discount!

Barcode Age 6-12yrs 56561 56562 6-12yrs 56563 6-12yrs 56564 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 56565 56566 6-12yrs 6-12yrs 56567

Day M Th F M Th F M/Th/F

NC $80/$100 No camp 12/24 & 12/25 Barcode Age Day Time 55511 7-12yrs M/Th/F 9:30A-2:30P

Chess Scholars Chess Camp

Time 9:00A-5:00P 9:00A-5:00P 9:00A-5:00P 9:00A-5:00P 9:00A-5:00P 9:00A-5:00P 9:00A-5:00P

Date Wks Fee 12/23 $35/$53 12/26 $35/$53 12/27 $35/$53 12/30 $35/$53 01/02 $35/$53 01/03 $35/$53 12/23-01/03 2 $166/$186

LEGO® Mindstorms Robotics Mini-Camp

Children will enjoy this camp where students will work as a team to create programs that control a robot and complete simple tasks. See page 49 for details.

Strategy 4 Kids Winter Break Camp

Stay warm, have fun learning and play non-video games. See page 49 for details.

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Registration Information Resident.....Begins July 22 @7AM • Non-Res.....Begins Aug. 12 @7AM OnLine.......................www.parkfun.com..............................................................................Fastest Walk-In.....................For locations see below.....................................................................Fast Drop-Off..................For locations see below.....................................................................Slow Mail-In.......................Schaumburg Park District, Registration............................................Slowest 505 N. Springinsguth Road, Schaumburg, IL 60194 Registration continues until courses are filled or closed.

Resident Registration

1. MAIL-IN REGISTRATION (Forms accepted July 15/Entered July 22) Mail-in registration forms for all recreation programs will be accepted beginning Monday, July 15 for residents of the Schaumburg Park District. Please enclose the completed form with payment and proof of residency and mail it to: SCHAUMBURG PARK DISTRICT REGISTRATION 505 NORTH SPRINGINSGUTH ROAD SCHAUMBURG, IL 60194 2. RESIDENT DROP-OFF REGISTRATION (Forms accepted July 15/Entered July 22) Drop-off registration forms for all recreation programs will be accepted beginning Monday, July 15 for residents of the Schaumburg Park District. Please enclose the completed form with payment and proof of residency and drop it off at one of the centers listed below. All forms received at our centers or through the mail prior to midnight Sunday, July 21, will be held and opened at random on Monday, July 22 at the Community Recreation Center. These forms will then be entered into our computer system in the order which they were randomly opened on July 22. Any forms received July 22 and after will be processed in the order in which they are received at each center. 3. RESIDENT WALK-IN REGISTRATION (Begins July 22) Beginning Monday, July 22 at 7AM, you can walk into any of the facilities listed below to register for programs. Facility hours and names are listed below. These registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis. You will receive immediate confirmation on your enrollment. You may also choose to drop off your registration at the same locations if you wish. Drop-off registration will be processed by the following business day. See brochure page 5 for addresses and page 10-11 for map. Facility

Phone #

Days/Hours

Bock Neighborhood Center

847/985-2141

M-F...............9AM-5PM

Community Recreation Center Registration /Recreation Information

847/490-7020

M-Su.............6AM-9PM

Patricia Shephard Early Childhood Center

847/490-7036

M-F...............9AM-5PM

Meineke Recreation Center 847/985-2143 M-F...............5:30AM-10PM Sa/Su............6AM-10PM Sport Center

847/891-1266

Notes To Remember For any information concerning registration, call the

special registration number at 847/490-7020. All fees must be paid in full when registering for programs having a fee. Any instructions or supplementary information required prior to the first class meeting will be provided in advance. Classes having a limited registration will be filled on a “first come, first served” basis. Waiting lists will be kept for all individuals interested in a particular class or program. If there is enough interest, an attempt will be made to start an additional class. All methods of registration will occur simultaneously. 1. Double check your registration form to insure that you have filled it out completely and accurately. 2. Be sure to include all information including program codes and participant’s birthdate. 3. Always include a second choice for programs. This will allow placement in an alternate class if your first choice is already filled. 4. Be sure to include both a home and emergency phone number. 5. The Schaumburg Park District is unable to guarantee enrollment. 6. The Schaumburg Park District is not responsible for lost or late mail. 7. Do not send cash. Make checks payable to: Schaumburg Park District. A $25 charge will be assessed for insufficient funds checks returned. 8. In case of cancellation or change in classes, you will be notified. 9. Proof of Residency, such as a valid driver’s license, must be shown when registering for all programs to avoid having to pay the non-resident fee. Participant must reside at address indicated on registration form. 10. If nursery service is required, check fitness centers section for nursery hours. 12. Registration after classes start is left to the discretion of the supervisor in charge of the program.

Reminder: Refund Policy 1. The Schaumburg Park District reserves the right

M-F...............9AM-5PM

847/985-2100 M-F...............9AM-5PM Spring Valley Sa/Su............9AM-5PM

2. 3.

847/884-0678 M-F...............6AM-11PM Schaumburg Tennis Plus Sa/Su............7AM-7PM 4. 4. RESIDENT ONLINE REGISTRATION (Begins July 22) Online registration begins Monday, July 22. You must have a current SPD account with assigned PIN number. To set up an account, come to the registration desk at CRC to complete the form and verify residency. To register, log onto www.parkfun.com, look for iSPOT and follow the instructions. 5.

Non-resident Registration

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1. NON-RESIDENT REGISTRATION (Begins Aug. 12) Non-residents may register for programs beginning Monday, Aug. 12 at 7AM. These registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis. You will receive immediate confirmation on your enrollment. Mail-in registration is not available for non-residents.

cOURSE bARCODE is found at the beginning of the course information line. See example below: Barcode Age Day Time 54610 12+ M Various

Date 07/01-07/29

Wks 5

make checks payable to:

Schaumburg Park District

Registration information: 847/490-7020

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to cancel, postpone or combine classes or change instructors. If insufficient enrollment causes a class to be cancelled, notification will be given and full tuition refunded. A $3 service charge will be deducted from all refunds. For full refund, less $3 service charge, withdrawal forms must be received at least 24 hours prior to first day of class. If the class has begun, a prorated amount will be determined based on the date of refund application. Requests will be honored until the last class date of the session. Trip refunds, less the service charge, are furnished only when someone is found to take your place. Refunds will remain on account unless requested otherwise. Due to the demand for participation in Park District programs and the limited number of spaces available, refunds will not be issued for classes that participants are unable to attend.

Class Cancellation Date After a predetermined date it will be decided which classes

have met the minimum registration requirements for this session. Those classes which have insufficient registration will either have a limited enrollment or will be cancelled and the registrants will be notified.

To register with voice and TDD assistance call Northwest Special Recreation Association, 847/392-2855.

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Registration Form Resident.......Begins July 22 @7AM

• Non-Resident..........Begins Aug. 12 @7AM

OnLine.............. www.parkfun.com...........................................................Fastest Walk-In........... See Registration Info for locations.................................Fast Drop-Off......... See Registration Info for locations.................................Slow Mail-In............ Schaumburg Park District, Registration.........................Slowest 505 N. Springinsguth Road, Schaumburg, IL 60194

Registration continues until courses are filled or closed.

Please use blue or black ink

EMail_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

FAMILY LAST NAME________________________________________________________________ Payor’s Name__________________________________________________ ADDRESS_______________________________________________________________ CITY________________________________________ ZIP_________________________ Please check one:

q No, this is not a new address. q Yes, this is a new address which has changed during the past 6 months.

HOME PHONE_________________________________ WORK PHONE_________________________________ Emergency Contact_______________________________________________________________________ Emergency PHONE_________________________________________________________________________

Phone numbers are very important in completing your registration form. Method of Payment

q Cash q Check q Credit Card

Americans With Disabilities Act Special Needs?

q Yes q No Please call 847/490-7015 Name of Participant___________________________________

Card #________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date____________________ (Include 3 digit code on back of card)

Name___________________________________________ Signature__________________________________________ (Please print as it appears on card)

A.D.A. Statement: The Schaumburg Park District intends to comply with the intent and spirit of the Americans With Disabilities Act. If you need any special accommodations, please call the Park District at 847/490-7015 so that we may make the necessary arrangements for you. Participant’s First Name Course Barcode Course Title 2nd (3) Participant's Birthdate

Sex

Fee

SUBTOTAL

Second choice programs or classes should be indicated in this column with a check (3). If program fees are not equal, please pay the higher amount; the balance will be refunded. Participants will automatically be placed in second choice program if indicated and will be subject to regular cancellation policy.

SCHAUMBURG PARK FOUNDATION DONATION Credit Balance on account

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TOTAL ENCLOSED Important NOTE: By registering for Park District programs, or purchase of a fitness pass, the registrant realizes the inherent risks involved in the programs and appreciates the nature of the risks. The registrant holds the Schaumburg Park District harmless for any damages caused by participation in these programs. Participants registering for activities of a strenuous nature are encouraged to seek a physician’s approval. The Park District reserves the right to change or alter information printed in this publication including policies, fees, times and locations. PHOTOS/Videos: Registrants and participants permit the taking of photos and videos of themselves and their children during Park District activities for publication and use as the Park District deems necessary. OFFICE USE ONLY Total Paid $______________

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Cash

Accepted by________________________________

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Celebrate Life!

Tribute Park at Volkening Lake The Schaumburg Park District’s Tribute Park at Volkening Lake commemorates and honors the memories, special events and achievements of Schaumburg residents and others. This peaceful area preserves lasting memories and brings inspiration to all who visit.

Take a walk with us… Commemorate a friend, loved one, pet or cherished memory Extra Large Stone - $150

Fullstone - $100

Halfstone - $75

The tribute areas highlight the site’s natural beauty. Join the District in support of this project by purchasing a memorial pathway stone. The bricks are placed throughout walkways and walls of the park, and are a wonderful opportunity to give someone permanent recognition or commemorate a significant event.

Pathway stones, available in a variety of sizes, are permanently engraved with personalized messages in memory or recognition. The proceeds benefit the Schaumburg Park Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. The purchase of a path stone is not limited to memorials. Other uses and honors include: • • • • •

Milestone birthdays Graduations Marriage proposals Anniversaries Recognize a civic group • Pets Commemorative benches also are available. The Tribute Park is part of Volkening Lake Recreation Area, located adjacent to Schaumburg Road and Salem Drive. It has ample parking, is accessible and hosts a number of events and activities throughout the year.

For more information or an order form, call 847/985-2115 or visit www.parkfun.com.

The Park District reserves the right to refuse inappropriate words or phrasing.


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• 18 holes of golf with cart • Practice range warm-up • Lunch on the course with “Taste on the Tee.” Every other hole features samples of food and beverages from local restaurants. • Chandler’s dinner after golfing. • Your chance to win cash in the Daily Herald Closest-to-the-Pin contest! • Top foursome commemorated on the Links Cup!

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For information on registration or sponsorship opportunities, call 847/985-2115. Golf outing benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation.

Schaumburg Park District Fall 2013 Program Guide  

The Schaumburg Park District Fall 2013 Program Guide highlights programs, events and classes.