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Schaumburg Park District

Program Guide

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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

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 Extra Large Stone - $150 Fullstone - $100 Halfstone - $75 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.

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Board of Park Commissioners

President’s Message

By Sharon DiMaria, President, Board of Park Commissioners

Sharon DiMaria President

Mike Daniels Commissioner

David Johnson Commissioner

Baseball is back in Schaumburg. Boom! Boom! Boom! The Schaumburg Park District is ecstatic about the new Boomers Baseball team and looking forward to the May 25 opening day at the Schaumburg Baseball Stadium. Get your tickets now as it’s going to be a great season. And when you’re not enjoying our nation’s favorite pastime, there are countless other ways to enjoy the summer … relaxing in a park under the sun, running through the tropical sprayground at Atcher Island, cheering soccer players at Olympic Park, laughing through activities in summer camps, and strolling through the prairie grasses at Spring Valley. As the weather warms up and everyone heads outdoors, the beautiful new Tribute Park at Volkening Lake will fill up with strollers, joggers and walkers. Through engraved paving stones and benches, the park commemorates and honors memories, special events and achievements of Schaumburg residents and others who make a positive impact on the community. The inside front cover of this brochure includes information about how to purchase your own brick or bench. Proceeds from the project will be directed to the Schaumburg Park Foundation. A real “don’t miss” in the summer event line up is the June 16 Solstice Hop & Vine Festival. Lynfred Winery leads the pack of vintners, brewers and restaurants featured for this evening at Spring Valley Nature Center. Smooth jazz music, nature walks among the fireflies and socializing with friends and neighbors over a great varietal are all part of the evening. Proceeds from the event support the Foundation’s campaign to renovate the museum at Spring Valley. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Many new events are planned for the summer including the May 16 children’s Bike Rodeo at Safety Park. The event features bike safety and maintenance and will be a fantastic way to kick off the cycling season. Safety Park will also hold a mid-day campout for youngsters on June 23. Don’t forget your tent and a sleeping bag! The new Summer Solstice event on June 20 at the Community Recreation Center will have you forgetting it’s the longest day of the year. The evening will be packed with games, crafts, volleyball and food. The fun continues as the long term rivalry between the Cubs and White Sox is duked out at Bock Park during a game of…kickball! The Aug. 3 Sox Fans versus Cubs Fans Kickball and Cookout Challenge will determine which team’s fans are the very best. The annual Fahhrad Tour Von Schaumburg Bike Ride starts at noon, May 20 at Blackwell School and concludes with a picnic and entertainment at Atcher Municipal Center. Duck! Dive! Dodge! The National Amateur Dodgeball Association’s Dodgeball Days takes over Olympic Park July 13-14. Form your own team, or drop by to see which teams are crowned the Outdoor National Champions. Work up a sweat under the warm summer sun during athletic events! Get your entry form in early for the Splash, Pedal, Dash Triathlon and Dash, Pedal, Dash Duathlon on July 8. Athletes will rush from the starting lines at 6:30 a.m. from Meineke Recreation Center. Registration closes June 29. Prefer just running? The Home Run 5K set for June 3 lets runners cross home plate at Schaumburg Baseball Stadium, home of the Schaumburg Boomers. This year’s event features a new half-mile run for children ages 3 to 9. Everyone is a winner in this run for the little ones! You can also swing through the summer season on Schaumburg’s greens. The 27-hole championship Schaumburg Golf Club challenges players of all levels while nine-hole Walnut Greens is a great course for beginners and golfers looking to improve their short games. Both courses offer group and private lessons and adult and junior leagues. Looking for a day of delicious food, tasty drinks AND plenty of golf? Register for the fifth annual Links Technology Cup on Aug. 8 at Schaumburg Golf Club. Summer would not be complete without the sweet sounds of live music. Schaumburg Dance Concerts, held at the Town Square gazebo, return this year with one-hour dance lessons and two hours of live music and dancing on June 1, July 6 and August 3. The popular Summer Breeze Concert Series features a variety of musical acts on Saturday evenings from July 7 to August 25 on the grounds of the Robert O. Atcher Municipal Center. There’s nothing like warm summer nights outdoors with friends and family. Sit back and enjoy the arts! Schaumburg’s talented community mics up for Oklahoma! from July 20 to 22, the fourth year of the Schaumburg Idol competition, the thirty fourth season of free Street Theatre performances and Schaumburg’s Got Talent on August 11. We hope you have a busy and enjoyable summer filled with fitness, fun and the arts!

George Longmeyer Commissioner

Park Board Meetings

The Schaumburg Park District Park Board meetings are the second Thursday of every month at 8PM at the Jerry Handlon Administration Building, 235 E. Beech Drive, Schaumburg. Robert Schmidt Commissioner Jean Schlinkmann, 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.

The Schaumburg Park District is a National Gold Medal and Illinois Distinguished Accredited Agency.

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Registration Dates

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

Resident

Online, Walk-In, Mail-In and Drop-Off................................Begins April 23 @7AM

Non-Resident

Online, Walk-In and Drop-Off................................................ Begins May 14 @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.

Table of Contents

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

Alexian Brothers: Park Partner................................................ 7 Aquatics ............................................................................. 15-20 Athletics.............................................................................. 23-33 Barracuda Swim Team............................................................ 20 Birthday Party Services..................................................... 12-14 Chandler’s................................................................................ 58 Clubs........................................................................................... 6 Corporate Fitness Passes........................................................ 9 Cultural Arts (Dance | Performing Arts | Music | Visual Arts).............. 39-47 Early Childhood.................................................................. 48-54 Facility Addresses and Phone Numbers................................. 5 Fitness Memberships & Facility Information....................... 8-9 Fitness Unlimited................................................................ 62-63 General Interest ................................................................. 55-57 Gift Cards................................................................................... 5 Golf Courses....................................................................... 58-61 Gymnastics.............................................................................. 25 Health & Fitness................................................................. 62-66 KASPER................................................................................... 52 Nursery Services....................................................................... 9

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NWSRA....................................................................................... 6 Olympic Park........................................................................... 33 Park Information & Map..................................................... 10-11 Personal Training & Massage.................................................. 9 Preschool............................................................................ 53-54 President’s Message................................................................. 3 Registration Form & Info (Program | Outdoor Pools)................. 84-86 Room Rentals............................................................................ 5 SAA........................................................................................... 22 Safety Park............................................................................... 48 Schaumburg Tennis Plus................................................... 29-32 Seniors................................................................................ 67-70 Special Events.................................................................... 78-83 Sport Center............................................................................. 33 Spring Valley Nature Center and Heritage Farm............. 71-76 Summer Camps At-A-Glance............................................ 34-38 Teen Programs.................................................................... 76-77 Town Square Activities........................................................... 78 Trips..................................................................................... 69-70 Volkening Lake........................................................................ 21


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Park District Information

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

Abbreviations: Days--

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 No class 7/4 - indicates no class on date listed

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

Locations--

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 8-9.

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 Baseball Stadium 1999 S. Springinsguth Road Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/461-3695

Vera Meineke Nature Center at Spring Valley 1111 E. Schaumburg Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 847/985-2100

Schaumburg Golf Club 401 N. Roselle Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 Golf Shop: 847/885-9000 Banquets: 847/490-7074

Volkening Heritage Farm at Spring Valley 201 S. Plum Grove Road Schaumburg, IL 60194 847/985-2102

The Sport Center 1141 W. Irving Park Road Schaumburg, IL 60193 847/891-1266

Walnut Greens Golf Course 1150 N. Walnut Lane Schaumburg, IL 60194 847/490-7878

Schaumburg Tennis Plus Sports and Fitness Club 1416 N. Payne Road Schaumburg, IL 60173 847/884-0678

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 9 for details. Other Rentals: For Olympic Park field rentals, call 847/891-1266. For corporate rentals/family reunions, call 847/985-2141. For CRC 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

trails. Club meetings are 7PM, the fourth Wednesday of the month at the Schaumburg Barn.

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 847/7985248. For details on classes, contact the Park District at 847/490-7020.

Camera Club

Amateur Radio Club

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 Schaumburg 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

For more information, visit www.schaumburgbicycleclub.org, or e-mail Jeff (JeffreyS39@ comcast.net), Vice President - Membership Director, Schaumburg Bicycle 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 847/985-2100.

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.

Radio Control Scale Model Boat Club The Fleet 4 Commanders Radio Control Scale Model Boat Club meets on the second and fourth Sundays at Volkening Lake from 8:30AM-noon, May to Oct. and at Schaumburg Library from 1-3PM, Nov. to April. Membership is open to all interested in the RC boats (non-gas). Membership in the Scale Ship Modeler’s Association of North America, the national organization, is mandatory. Yearly membership fee is $40. New members welcome all year. Contact Dick at 847/639-7894 or email chvik@comcast.net.

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.

Learn to SKATE for

Less

Triphahn Community Center and Ice Arena 1685 W. Higgins Road Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 (847)885-7500 www.heparks.org

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Special Populations

It is the policy of the Schaumburg Park District to welcome all people to Park District services, programs and activities, regardless of physical limitations. 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 (e.g., Braille, audiocassette, large print), please advise our staff. To assist the District in making these accommodations, contact the director 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 also provides specialized services for people with disabilities through NWSRA.

Now you can get in the excitement of hockey and figure skating while saving money! Members of the Schaumburg Park District pay resident rates on any Learn to Skate or Developmental Hockey program at the Hoffman Estates Park District 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 Register today at any HEPD facility and bring proof of SPD residency.


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Facility and Membership 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

Mon-Fri........................... 5:30AM-11PM Sat & Sun............................ 6AM-10PM Holidays Easter, April 8....................... 8AM-5PM Memorial Day, May 28......... 8AM-5PM July 4.................................... 8AM-5PM

Mon-Fri.......................... 5:30AM-10PM Sat & Sun........................... 6AM-10PM Holidays Easter, April 8...................... 8AM-5PM Memorial Day, May 28........ 8AM-5PM July 4................................... 8AM-5PM

Mon-Fri...............................6AM-11PM Sat & Sun.............................7AM-7PM Holidays Easter, April 8......................8AM-5PM Memorial Day, May 28........8AM-5PM July 4...................................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. 6-19) Mon-Fri........................... 6AM-10:30PM Sat & Sun......................... 6AM-9:30PM Summer Hrs (June 5-Aug. 5 & 20) June 6........................... 7-8:30PM Only Mon-Fri................................ 11AM-5PM 7-8:30PM Sat & Sun............................. Noon-5PM See page 14 for additional hours and information.

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. Yearly maintenance Aug. 6-19. No refunds or extensions on memberships due to closing.

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

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)

Not Available

Not Available

$713/$1,109

$1,032/$1,575

$432/$660

$411/$649

Not Available

Premium - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works, $395/$670 $585/$944 $288/$505 $224/$395 Not Available Not Available Not Available 3 Outdoor Pools, Volkening Lake Combo Plus - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works, STP (fitness only)

$641/$994

$895/$1,433

$390/$618

$353/$561

$3,341/$3,885

$2,188/$3,313

$815/NA

$519/$828

$267/$425

$201/$317

$1,900/$3,006

$1,111/$1,594

$477/NA

Combo - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works

$361/$576

Fitness - CRC and MRC Fitness Only

$188/$288 $261/$397 $138/$216 $108/$159 $950/$1,537 $559/$797 $238/NA

MRC Standard Fitness - MRC Fitness Only

$134/$235 $176/$286 $93/$134 $71/$127 $681/$839 Not Available $186/NA

Indoor Pool Pass - The Water Works Only

$211/$324

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

$245/$425 $361/$594 $186/$332 $151/$273 Not Available Not Available Not Available

Schaumburg Tennis Plus (STP Only)

See page 32 for membership options.

$295/$462

$159/$251

$130/$195

Not Available

Not Available

Not Available

* 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.

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Park Partner: Alexian Brothers Hospital Network


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

Facility Membership Refund

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

Personal Training and Massage Personal Training

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 Prices: 1 one-hour session............. $ 50 5 one-hour sessions............ $240 10 one-hour sessions.......... $450 Other Options: Semiprivate Express Group you & friend half-hour min:3/max:5 1 session.............. $ 72................ $ 32............... $ 32 ea. 5 sessions............ $300............... $150.............. $135 ea. 10 sessions.......... $580............... $280.............. $220 ea.

Massage

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

Prices: *Passholder/Non-Passholder ½ hour session........................ $43/$55 ¾ hour session........................ $49/$61 1 hour session......................... $55/$67 1½ hour session...................... $83/$99 One Hour Session Packages Prices: *Passholder/Non-Passholder Package of Three.................... $152/$192 Package of Five....................... $243/$309 Package of Seven................... $324/$417 Refunds for packages will be charged the regular onehour 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 one-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.

Adult Youth

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

Open Basketball/Volleyball (CRC and MRC)

$4/$8 $4/$8

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

Open Basketball (STP)

$7/$9 $5/$7

CRC Summer Hours • Mon - Fri................ 8:30AM-Noon & 5:30-9PM • Sat......................... 9AM-Noon

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.

Youth Fitness Commit to Be Fit

Fitness training orientation for 12- and 13-yearolds 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.

STP Hours • By appointment only - 48 hrs advance notice. Contact front counter, 847/884-0678.

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

Corporate Fitness Passes

Tiny Tot Open Play

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.

Children 5 years and under and their parents may explore the indoor playground with ball pit, slides, tunnels and cushy mats. Schedule subject to change. Last day is May 22.

First-rate facilities... undeniable value

• Combo................CRC, MRC fitness plus The Water Works • Fitness................CRC, MRC fitness • Standard.............MRC fitness only

Tuesdays, April & May • Noon-2PM

Location: Creative Activity Room at the CRC Fee: $3 per child - Adults free

STP Corporate - for 5 or 10 employees • Fitness/Racquetball/Squash • Tennis/Fitness/Racquetball/Squash

*Membership or daily use fee required for use of SPD fitness centers. Park Partner: Alexian Brothers Hospital Network

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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.

Get connected wirelessly at Schaumburg Park District! Free Internet access is available to customers through a wireless network at the Community Recreation Center, Meineke Recreation Center, Schaumburg Tennis Plus, Jerry Handlon Administration Building and Sport Center. Individuals with a laptop, notebook computer, iPad, tablet or smartphone, a standard Internet browser and a Wi-Fi compliant wireless Ethernet card can connect to the District’s Wi-Fi network. For more information, visit www.parkfun.com.

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Birthday Party Services The Water Works and CRC Parties

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! The Water Works Splash Away Party Splash your birthday away at the Schaumburg Park District’s indoor water park! Postcard invitations included.

Splash Away Package: Three hours, $160/$180 for a min. of 10 people; $12 add’l person 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, $210/$230 for a min. of 10 people; $13 add’l person Includes: Splash Away package plus party themed decorations and paperware, goody bags and costume character visit (choose from our characters).

Indoor Playground Party (2-5yrs)

The Creative Activity Room is perfect for toddlers with a ball pit, slides and tunnels. Playground Package: Two hours, $140/$160 for a min. of 10 children; $10 add’l child Includes: Playroom for two hours, one party host, pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake, ice cream and white paperware. Playground Plus Package: Two hours, $190/$210 for a min. of 10 children; $11 add’l child Includes: Playground package plus party themed decorations and paperware, goody 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, $195/$215 for a min. of 10 people; $12 add’l person 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, $245/$265 for a min. of 10 people; $13 add’l person Includes: Splash Away and Play package plus party themed decorations and paperware, goody bags and costume character visit (choose from our characters).

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 outof-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.

Pajama Party

Wear your pajamas and prepare to play, dance and giggle your way through 2½ hours of fun. Crafts, games, food, drinks, cake and ice cream will make this party feel like a sleepover – without the all-night stay. Activities will be tailored to the age and gender of guests. Includes: Party room for 2½ hours, two party hosts, pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake, ice cream and paperware. Fee: $160/$180 for a minimum of 10 children; $11 for each add’l child Cupcake Decorating Option #1: For an additional $3.50 per person, each child will get to decorate 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.

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.

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(available May 26-Sept. 28) 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: $160/$180 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: $180/$200 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 hot mess! Fee: $185/$205 for a min. of 10 children; $13 for each add’l child

Includes: Food, drinks, cake, ice cream, paperware, a head cheerleader (staff member) and pom-pons for each guest. Fee: $140/$160 for 10 children; $9 for each add’l child

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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Backyardy Party

Everybody’s Un-Birthday Party

Saturday, May 19 • 10:30AM-1PM

Don’t be late for this very important date! This celebration includes pizza, cake, ice cream, beverages and loads of fun. Crafts, games and costume characters will provide entertainment for everybody’s best un-birthday! Barcode Age Fee Location 48882 All Ages $5/Adult $7/Child CRC


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Volkening Lake Paddle Boat Party Available May 26 - Sept. 3

Paddle and play at this unique two-hour party! Party includes an hour of paddle boating on scenic Volkening Lake. Games and activities will be led by party host. Popcorn provided as a snack or to feed the fish. Cake, candles, drinks and paperware included. Fishing is available upon request. Call 847/490-2509 to reserve your party. Ages 6-12yrs

Fee: $100 for 10 children; $8 each add’l child

Birthday Parties at Atcher Island, Bock and Meineke Pools

y a d h t r i B arties P Enjoy the outdoors even more by having a poolside party this summer. Splash your birthday away at one of three SPD outdoor water parks.

Parties include: Picnic tables for one hour, water park of your choice for two hours, hot dog and chips (Atcher Island) or pizza (Bock & Meineke) for all guests, paperware, drinks, decorated cake and party host to serve food and direct party. Atcher Island Fee: $170/$190 for 10 guests; $11 each add’l child/guest

Bock/Meineke Fee: $140/$160 for 10 guests; $10 each add’l child/guest

Call 847/490-2509 for party information.

Bock Parties

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

Pirate Party (5-8yrs)

Ahoy matey! Celebrate your birthday pirate style. First hour includes themed staff-led games and crafts. Activities include making your 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: $120/$140 for 10 guests $10 each add’l child

Cake Decorating Party (5-12yrs)

During the first hour, each child will decorate their own 6-inch cake and cake box to take home. Additional staff-led crafts and games include pin-the-candleson-the-cake and creating cupcake picture frames. Second hour is set aside for opening presents and enjoying dessert. Cupcakes, candles and paperware are provided. Fee: $235/$255 for 10 guests $23 each add’l child

Hawaiian Luau Party (5-8yrs)

Enjoy a tropical birthday party! First hour includes themed staffled 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. Fee: $120/$140 for 10 guests $10 each add’l child

Call Bock, 847/985-2141 for party information.

MRC Parties 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

Jungle Mania Party (5-8yrs)

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

Little Princess Party (5-8yrs)

Celebrate your birthday as a princess! You and your friends will create your own tiaras and receive a magic glitter wand. Enjoy bead jewelry making, princess tattoos and games! Pizza, drinks, balloons and festive paperware included. Parents provide 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.

STP Parties

Schaumburg Tennis Plus parties may be booked on Saturday and Sunday. Paper products, pizza and drinks are included. Parent provides dessert.

Sports Party (6yrs & 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’l child • $6 per adult

Glam Girl Party (6yrs & up)

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 • $6 per adult

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 • $6 per adult

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 • $6 per adult

Attention Girl Scouts!

Need to earn badges? STP can help. Work on your badge the first hour then enjoy pizza and soda the second hour. Badges STP staff can assist you with: • Jeweler • Looking Your Best • Small Craft • Art to Wear • Sports Sampler*

*Choose from basketball, wallyball, dodgeball, floor hockey, soccer or kickball. Enjoy playing these sports as a troop. Fee: $150/$170 for 8 girls $12 each additional girl • $6 per adult

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Party Like a Sports Star at the Sport Center

Spring Valley Parties

y a d h t r i B arties P 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.

Fantastic Gymnastics

This party includes group instruction and supervised free play in the gymnastics facility. Birthday child must be 6 years or older. Fee: $205/$230 for 10 guests $13 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

Grand Slam Baseball

This party includes supervised instruction, activities and games in your choice of 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

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

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

Call the Sport Center, 847/891-1266 for party information.

Make your child’s party a historic event! Choose from two 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 paper goods are provided. Available Mon-Sat, 2-5PM. Basic: Two hours, $150/$170 for 10 people $12 add’l child—max. of 16

Deluxe: Two and a half hours with a wagon ride, $180/$200 for 10 people $15 add’l child—max. of 16

A Doll’s Day (6-10yrs)

Celebrate your special day at the farm with a teathemed party for you, your friends and your favorite doll! Go on a barnyard tour and even make a historic doll to take home!

Barnyard Buddies (4-10yrs)

Visit the animals that live on the farm! See what they eat and maybe even give the farmer a helping hand!

Call Spring Valley’s Heritage Farm, 847/985-2102 for party information.

® Safety Park and LEGO Parties Games on the Go

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, goody bags, invitations and paper products. Safety Park parties are available mid-April through mid-October. You may also choose to rent Safety Park and bring your own food and beverages. The LEGO ® party includes pizza, drinks, cake, goody bags, invitations and paper products.

Available May 26 - Sept. 2

The Games on the Go team is ready to bring the fun to your picnic or party! Your guests will be entertained for two hours with traditional sports activities and fun party games led by enthusiastic and energetic staff. Reserve your date by calling the party/rental office at 847/490-2509 or email parties@parkfun.com. Rentals are available evenings and weekends May 26 - Sept. 2. Rental subject to availability and available to Schaumburg Park District residents only. Fee: $90 for two hours. $45 deposit is required to reserve a date. Basic package consists of equipment for softball, badminton, volleyball, bags, beach balls, hula hoops, frisbees, jump ropes, cones and more. Equipment is subject to availability. Packages can be tailored to meet the needs of your event! Call 847/490-2509 for information and prices.

A two-hour party package is $155 for 10 children. Additional children $10 each. Two week minimum notice required when booking a party.

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)

Jeep Party at Safety Park (5-7yrs)

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

Deluxe Safety Park Party (4-5yrs)

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

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ATCHER Island BOCK POOL MEINEKE POOL THE WATER WORKS 730 S. Springinsguth 1223 W. Sharon 220 E. Weathersfield 505 N. Springinsguth 847/985-2135 847/985-2137 847/985-2133 847/490-2505

OPENING DATE June 4 June 4

May 26 Weekends only until June 4

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Summer Hours June 4-Aug. 5 & Aug. 20

July 4:...........................12:30-7PM SPECIAL DATES & TIMES

July 4:............................ 12:30-7PM Memorial Day, May 28:....12:30-7PM Beginning Aug. 21-Sept. 3 July 4:..............................12:30-7PM Weekday Hrs Only:....... 4-7PM Weekends:.................... 12:30-8PM Holiday Hours:.............. 12:30-7PM

Closed Aug. 6-19 for yearly maintenance. The whirlpool is closed for every other Thursday, 8AM-5PM.

DAILY USE FEES

Youth: $4/$5 Adult: $5/$6

Youth:$5/$7 Adult:$7/$9

Youth: $5/$7 Adult: $7/$9

Youth: $4/$5 Adult: $5/$6

OPEN SWIM Mon-Fri.................11AM-8:30PM Mon-Fri.............. 1-5PM Mon-Fri................1-8:30PM Mon-Fri..................11AM-5PM HOURS (All Ages) Sat/Sun................Noon-8PM Mon-Fri.............. 6:30-8:30PM Sat/Sun................12:30-8PM ..............................7-8:30PM Sat/Sun.............. 12:30-8PM Sat/Sun.................Noon-5PM ADULT ONLY SWIM HOURS

Sun.................... 10:30AM-12:15PM Sun......................10:30AM-12:15PM

LAP SWIM HOURS

Tue/Thu............. 11:45AM-12:45PM Mon-Fri................11:45AM-12:45PM Mon-Fri..................6AM-10:30PM One lap lane is available for adults Sat/Sun.................6AM-9:30PM Mon-Fri...............6-9AM

AMENITIES Water slide, bowl slide, wading Wading pool, diving area, locker pool, spray ground, locker rooms, rooms, children’s slide, vending concessions stand, birthday parties machines

Water slide, 2 Drop slides, 50 meter Olympic pool, separate diving well, water playground, locker rooms, vending machines

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

Outdoor pool passes will be honored at The Water Works May 26 - June 3 & Aug. 20 - Sept. 3. 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 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 continuously swim 100 yards using one of the following structured strokes (front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, butterfly). Admittance is by membership or daily use fee.

Locker Room Policy

Children age 5 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.

Pool Rules

1. Children 8 years and under must be accompanied and supervised by an adult 16 years of age or older at all times. 2. A swim suit and clean swim attire are required to enter pools. (un-lined and cut-off shorts or leotards are not allowed.) 3. Floatation devices are only allowed in baby pools at outdoor pools or 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. Food and beverages are allowed only in designated concession areas. 6. Smoking is prohibited at all Park District facilities. 7. Children who are not toilet trained must wear tight fitting plastic pants. 8. Children 7 years and older are not allowed in baby pools at outdoor pools. 9. Street shoes are not allowed on pool decks. 10. All swimmers are encouraged to take a shower before entering the pool. 11. All other state and local health codes apply.

Closing Down Policy for Outdoor Pools

The following conditions may warrant closing of the Park District’s pools: 1. Inclement weather (lightning, tornado, etc.) 2. Air temperature below 650F as recorded at O’Hare. 3. Low attendance. 4. Mechanical breakdown

2012 Pool Pass Rates

Pool IDs may be purchased at the Bock, Meineke and Community Recreation Centers. See page 84 for the pool pass registration form.

Type of Pass Replacement Pass.....$10 .

Resident Early Early Bird May 1-13

Early Bird May 14-27

Non-Res Regular As of May 28

Regular Rate

Outdoor Pool Pass Rates

Atcher Island/Bock/MRC Family Season Pass*.......................$139.............$162.............$174............... $229 Individual Adult (18yrs+)...................$110..............$133.............$139............... $194 Individual Youth (3-17yrs)................$ 87.............$110..............$116................ $171

Bock/MRC Family Season Pass*.......................$87...............$97...............$104............... $160 Individual Adult (18yrs+)...................$65...............$75...............$ 82............... $137 Individual Youth (3-17yrs)................$49...............$62...............$ 69............... $125

Indoor/Outdoor Pool Pass Rates

Atcher Island/Bock/MRC/WW Family Season Pass*.......................$208.............$231.............$244............... $299 Individual Adult (18yrs+)...................$160.............$183.............$189............... $244 Individual Youth (3-17yrs)................$123.............$147.............$153............... $208 *Families consisting 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 are considered family memberships.

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A q uatic P rograms

Water Polo

Catch the latest wave in water sports! Water polo is quickly becoming one of the most popular sports in high school and college. The game is played like soccer and hockey, only in the pool. It is a fun, fast-paced, exciting game that anyone can learn. Program teaches the basics of water polo. Must be able to swim and tread water. Class held in 16 feet deep pool. MRC $95/$115 Barcode Age Day Time 48862 8-15yrs Tu/Th 8:00-9:00A

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Calling all teens and adults ready to catch the latest craze in water sports! Come out to Meineke Pool and see what water polo is all about. This sport is fun to watch and play. Participants must be strong swimmers and ready for a challenge. Each night there will be drills and conditioning. The night will end with a scrimmage. MRC $100/$120 Barcode Age 48861 14+

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Spray and Play

Spend your weekend morning playing on Atcher Island’s sprayground. The little ones will enjoy time with mom and dad and meet new friends before the pool opens for the day. Atcher Pool $44/$64 Barcode Age 48819 1-5yrs 48820 1-5yrs

2nd child fee: $29/$49 Day Time Date Sa 10:30-11:30A 06/09-08/18 Su 10:30-11:30A 06/10-08/19

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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 300-yard 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 $216/$236 Barcode Age 47359 15+

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Open to all skill levels — advance according to ability. Divers must be an average swimmer. Beginners-Children who have little or no previous diving experience. Intermediate-Divers should be able to perform with some degree of efficiency the three- or four-step approach with the hurdle step, back press, front dive, back dive, ½ twist, and front and back somersault. MRC Diving Pool $65/$85 *No class 7/4 (Make-up date will be 7/16) Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info 49557 8-18yrs M-F 9:45-10:30A 06/11-06/22 2 Beg 49558* 8-18yrs M-F 9:45-10:30A 07/02-07/16 2 Beg 49559 8-18yrs M-F 9:45-10:30A 07/23-08/03 2 Beg/Int 49560 8-18yrs M-F 10:30-11:15A 06/11-06/22 2 Beg 49561* 8-18yrs M-F 10:30-11:15A 07/02-07/16 2 Beg 49562 8-18yrs M-F 10:30-11:15A 07/23-08/03 2 Beg

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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 update changes. CRC $67/$87 Barcode Age Day Time Date 48857 16+ F 4:00-8:00P 05/18 48858 16+ Sa 9:00A-1:00P 06/02

Atcher Island Birthday Parties

Includes shade area for 1 hr, pool for 2 hrs, one party host, hot dogs and chips, drinks, ice cream, cake and white paperware. Call 847/490-2509 for information. 3 hrs......... $170/$190 for minimum of 10 people; $11 per add’l person

Atcher Island Private Rentals

Mon-Fri, 8:45-10:45PM & Sat/Sun, 8:15-10:15PM. Fee: $450/$500 for two hours. Call 847/490-2509 for information.

Bock and Meineke Outdoor Fun in the Sun Pool Parties

Mon-Fri, 1-5PM & Sat/Sun, 12:30-8PM. All parties include swimming during pool open swim time, pizza, soda, cake and paperware. Fee: $140/$160 (min. 10 participants) $10 per add’l participant. Call 847/985-2141 for Bock and 847/985-2143 for MRC.

Bock and Meineke Pool Rentals

Mon-Fri, 8:30-11PM & Sat/Sun, 8-11PM. Fee: $100/$120 per hour plus $10/hr for each lifeguard. There will be an additional fee for the use of the Meineke water slides. Number of lifeguards depends on number of swimmers and facility needs. Pool rental forms are available at Bock, MRC and CRC facility counters.

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Celebrate Father’s Day at The Water Works Sunday, June 17

Spend the day with your family at The Water Works on June 17. Bring dad to The Water Works on Father’s Day and he will swim for free with a paid admission!

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 $40/$60 *$45/$65 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 48810 3-5yrs Tu 7:20-7:50P 06/12-07/31 8 48811* 3-5yrs Sa 9:15-9:45A 06/09-08/04 9

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 $307/$327 Add’l Family Members $287/$307 Day Time Date Wks Barcode Age 48817 12+ W 6:30-10:00P 06/13-07/18 5

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 Day Time Date Wks 48818 5-12yrs Sa 9:00-11:00A 07/14-07/21 2

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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 not toilet trained must wear tight fitting plastic pants. WW $40/$60 *$45/$65 Barcode Age Day 48812 18-36mos Tu 48813 6-18mos Th 48814 18-36mos Th 48815* 6-18mos Sa 48816* 18-36mos Sa

Time 6:45-7:15P 6:45-7:15P 7:20-7:50P 8:40-9:10A 11:20-11:50A

Date 06/12-07/31 06/14-08/02 06/14-08/02 06/09-08/04 06/09-08/04

Wks 8 8 8 9 9

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 $58/$78 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 48821 12+ Tu 8:30-9:15P 06/12-07/31 8 48822 12+ Th 8:30-9:15P 06/14-08/02 8

Adult Individual Lessons

Individual lessons provide one-on-one instruction for any level. Participants will be contacted by instructor to schedule eight half-hour lessons. WW $131/$151 Date Wks Barcode Age 48774 18+ 06/14-08/02 8

SYO Swim Lessons at Bock Pool

Private and semi-private swim lessons taught by American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors are available during Bock Pool open swim hours from June 11 to August 10. Lessons can be catered to the specific needs of each child. Registration will be on a first come, first served basis. Private and semiprivate lessons are available for purchase in packages of four 30-minute lessons only. Call 847/985-2141 to register for lessons. Instructors will contact participants to schedule a lesson time that fits their schedule. Full payment is due at the time of registration. 2012 Private & Semi-private Swim Lesson Rates Price is for 4 - 30 minute lessons

Resident

Non-resident

Private Lesson (single)

$90

$110

Semi-private Lesson (double)

$120*

$140*

Semi-private Lesson (triple)

$140*

$160*

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Weekday Morning Swim Lessons

No class on 7/4

Tiny Tot Swim - 3-5yrs

Children will learn to float without support and achieve beginning swimming skills. Ability levels will be evaluated the first day of class. *No class 7/4

**No class 7/4 (class extends to Monday 7/16)

Barcode Day 49564 M-F 49569** M-F 49567 M-F 48828 M-F 48830* M-F 48824 M-F

Time Date Wks Location Fee 11:15-11:45A 06/11-06/22 2 MRC $74/$94 11:15-11:45A 07/02-07/16 2 MRC $74/$94 11:15-11:45A 07/23-08/03 2 MRC $74/$94 8:45-9:15A 06/11-06/22 2 WW $74/$94 8:45-9:15A 06/25-07/06 2 WW $64/$84 8:45-9:15A 07/09-07/20 2 WW $74/$94

Barcode Day 48825 M-F 49637 M-F 49638** M-F 49639 M-F 49640 M-F

Time Date Wks Location Fee 8:45-9:15A 07/23-08/03 2 WW $74/$94 11:55-12:25P 06/11-06/22 2 Bock $74/$94 11:55-12:25P 07/02-07/16 2 Bock $74/$94 11:55-12:25P 07/23-08/03 2 Bock $74/$94 11:55-12:25P 08/06-08/10 1 Bock $37/$56

Learn-to-Swim - 5-12yrs

Learn stroke development and water safety skills appropriate for each level. Class is based on seven progressive skill levels. Skill is evaluated on the first day of class. *No class 7/4 **No class 7/4 (class extends to Monday 7/16) Barcode Day 48794 M-F 48795 M-F 48796* M-F 48797* M-F 48798 M-F 48799 M-F 48800 M-F 48801 M-F 49574 M-F

Time Date Wks Location Fee 9:20-10:00A 06/11-06/22 2 WW $74/$94 10:05-10:45A 06/11-06/22 2 WW $74/$94 9:20-10:00A 06/25-07/06 2 WW $64/$84 10:05-10:45A 06/25-07/06 2 WW $64/$84 9:20-10:00A 07/09-07/20 2 WW $74/$94 10:05-10:45A 07/09-07/20 2 WW $74/$94 9:20-10:00A 07/23-08/03 2 WW $74/$94 10:05-10:45A 07/23-08/03 2 WW $74/$94 9:45-10:25A 06/11-06/22 2 MRC $74/$94

Barcode Day 49575 M-F 49577** M-F 49578** M-F 49579 M-F 49580 M-F 49628 M-F 49629** M-F 49630 M-F 49631 M-F

Time Date Wks Location Fee 10:30-11:10A 06/11-06/22 2 MRC $74/$94 9:45-10:25A 07/02-07/16 2 MRC $74/$94 10:30-11:10A 07/02-07/16 2 MRC $74/$94 9:45-10:25A 07/23-08/03 2 MRC $74/$94 10:30-11:10A 07/23-08/03 2 MRC $74/$94 10:00-10:40A 06/11-06/22 2 Bock $74/$94 10:00-10:40A 07/02-07/16 2 Bock $74/$94 10:00-10:40A 07/23-08/03 2 Bock $74/$94 10:00-10:40A 08/06-08/10 1 Bock $37/$56

Youth Individual Lessons - 3-17yrs

Individual lessons provide one-on-one instruction for all levels. No makeups for individual lessons. Participants may only register for one class of individual lessons. *No class 7/4 **No class 7/4 (class extends to Monday 7/16) Barcode Day 48851 M-F 48833* M-F 48853 M-F 48834 M-F 49591 M-F 49594 M-F 49598** M-F 49592** M-F 49597 M-F

Time Date Wks Location Fee 8:45-9:15A 06/11-06/22 2 WW $166/$186 8:45-9:15A 06/25-07/06 2 WW $147/$167 8:45-9:15A 07/09-07/20 2 WW $166/$186 8:45-9:15A 07/23-08/03 2 WW $166/$186 11:15-11:45A 06/11-06/22 2 MRC $166/$186 11:50A-12:20P 06/11-06/22 2 MRC $166/$186 11:15-11:45A 07/02-07/16 2 MRC $166/$186 11:50A-12:20P 07/02-07/16 2 MRC $166/$186 11:15-11:45A 07/23-08/03 2 MRC $166/$186

Barcode Day 49593 M-F 49646** M-F 49647 M-F 49648** M-F 49649 M-F 49650 M-F 49651 M-F 49652 M-F

Time Date Wks Location Fee 11:50A-12:20P 07/23-08/03 2 MRC $166/$186 10:45-11:15A 07/02-07/16 2 Bock $166/$186 10:45-11:15A 06/11-06/22 2 Bock $166/$186 11:20-11:50A 07/02-07/16 2 Bock $166/$186 11:20-11:50A 06/11-06/22 2 Bock $166/$186 11:20-11:50A 07/23-08/03 2 Bock $166/$186 10:45-11:15A 07/23-08/03 2 Bock $166/$186 10:45-11:15A 08/06-08/10 1 Bock $83/$103

Swim Lesson Information

Schedule Your Own Swim Lessons at Bock

1. Parents and spectators are allowed to watch the swim lessons from the concession or designated areas. See page 17 for details. 2. The first day of class may take longer to get started as participants are evaluated. 3. The Park District is not able to guarantee a certain instructor or gender of instructor. 4. 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. 5. Towels are not provided. 6. Participants must bring a photo ID to receive a locker. 7. The family locker room is only for the use of parents with children of the opposite sex 5 years and older. A key is required for entry to the changing area at The Water Works. 8. All Water Works Pool Passholders receive a $5 discount on swim lessons.

Swim Lesson Make-Up Procedure

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

Weather Procedure

It is possible for class cancellation during a session if air temperature drops below 65 degrees or severe weather exists. If weather is questionable, call the pool or 847/490-7870.

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Evening and Weekend Swim Lessons

No class on 7/4

Tiny Tot Swim - 3-5yrs

Children will learn to float without support and achieve beginning swimming skills. Ability levels will be evaluated the first day of class. *No class 7/4 Barcode Day Time Date Wks Location Fee 49563 Sa 10:30-11:00A 06/16-07/07 4 MRC $29/$39 49565 Sa 11:10-11:40A 06/16-07/07 4 MRC $29/$39 49566 Sa 11:50A-12:20P 06/16-07/07 4 MRC $29/$39 49570 Sa 10:30-11:00A 07/14-08/04 4 MRC $29/$39 49571 Sa 11:10-11:40A 07/14-08/04 4 MRC $29/$39 49572 Sa 11:50A-12:20P 07/14-08/04 4 MRC $29/$39 49292 F 5:50-5:55P 06/08-08/03 9 WW $64/$84 48827 M/W 5:25-5:55P 06/06-07/02 4 WW $58/$78 48823 M/W 5:25-5:55P 07/09-08/01 4 WW $58/$78

Barcode Day Time Date Wks Location Fee 48831 Sa 11:20-11:50A 06/09-08/04 9 WW $64/$84 48826 Su 11:20-11:50A 06/10-08/05 9 WW $64/$84 $58/$78 48829 Tu/Th 5:25-5:55P 06/07-07/03 4 WW 48832 Tu/Th 5:25-5:55P 07/05-07/31 4 WW $58/$78 49645 Sa 10:50-11:20A 06/09-08/11 10 Bock $74/$94 49641* M/W 5:15-5:45P 06/11-07/09 4 Bock $58/$78 49642 M/W 5:15-5:45P 07/18-08/13 4 Bock $58/$78 49643 Tu/Th 5:15-5:45P 06/12-07/05 4 Bock $58/$78 49644 Tu/Th 5:15-5:45P 07/17-08/09 4 Bock $58/$78

Learn-to-Swim - 5-12yrs

Learn stroke development and water safety skills appropriate for each level. Class is based on seven progressive skill levels. Skill is evaluated on the first day of class. *No class 7/4 Barcode Day Time Date Wks Location Fee 48802 M/W 6:00-6:40P 06/06-07/02 4 WW $58/$78 48803 M/W 6:00-6:40P 07/09-08/01 4 WW $58/$78 48804 Tu/Th 6:00-6:40P 06/07-07/03 4 WW $58/$78 $58/$78 48805 Tu/Th 6:00-6:40P 07/05-07/31 4 WW 48806 Sa 9:50-10:30A 06/09-08/04 9 WW $64/$84 48807 Sa 10:35-11:15A 06/09-08/04 9 WW $64/$84 48808 Su 9:50-10:30A 06/10-08/05 9 WW $64/$84 48809 Su 10:35-11:15A 06/10-08/05 9 WW $64/$84 49573 Sa 10:30-11:10A 06/16-07/07 4 MRC $29/$39 49576 Sa 11:15-11:55A 06/16-07/07 4 MRC $29/$39 49583 Sa 10:30-11:10A 07/14-08/04 4 MRC $29/$39 49584 Sa 11:15-11:55A 07/14-08/04 4 MRC $29/$39 49632* M/W 5:50-6:30P 06/11-07/09 4 Bock $58/$78 49633 M/W 5:50-6:30P 07/18-08/13 4 Bock $58/$78 49634 Tu/Th 5:50-6:30P 06/12-07/05 4 Bock $58/$78 49635 Tu/Th 5:50-6:30P 07/17-08/09 4 Bock $58/$78 49636 Sa 9:30-10:10A 06/09-07/28 8 Bock $58/$78

Youth Individual Lessons - 3-17yrs

Individual lessons provide one-on-one instruction for all levels. No makeups for individual lessons. Participants may only sign up for one class of individual lessons. *No class 7/4 **No class 7/4 (class extends to Monday 7/16) Barcode Day Time Date Wks Location Fee 48849 M/W 7:20-7:50P 06/06-07/02 4 WW $131/$151 48846 M/W 7:55-8:25P 06/06-07/02 4 WW $131/$151 48854 M/W 7:20-7:50P 07/09-08/01 4 WW $131/$151 48843 M/W 7:55-8:25P 07/09-08/01 4 WW $131/$151 49502 M/W 6:45-7:15P 06/06-07/02 4 WW $131/$151 49503 M/W 6:45-7:15P 07/09-08/01 4 WW $131/$151 48848 Tu/Th 6:45-7:15P 06/07-07/03 4 WW $131/$151 48835 Tu/Th 6:45-7:15P 07/05-07/31 4 WW $131/$151 48842 Tu/Th 7:20-7:50P 06/07-07/03 4 WW $131/$151 48847 Tu/Th 7:55-8:25P 06/07-07/03 4 WW $131/$151 48845 Tu/Th 7:20-7:50P 07/05-07/31 4 WW $131/$151 48852 Tu/Th 7:55-8:25P 07/05-07/31 4 WW $131/$151 48837 F 5:15-5:45P 06/08-08/03 9 WW $147/$167 48836 F 7:00-7:30P 06/08-08/03 9 WW $147/$167 48844 F 6:25-6:55P 06/08-08/03 9 WW $147/$167 48850 Sa 8:40-9:10A 06/09-08/04 9 WW $147/$167 48838 Sa 9:15-9:45A 06/09-08/04 9 WW $147/$167 48839 Su 10:10-10:40A 06/10-08/05 9 WW $147/$167

Barcode Day Time Date Wks Location Fee 48840 Su 10:45-11:15A 06/10-08/05 9 WW $147/$167 48841 Su 11:20-11:50A 06/10-08/05 9 WW $147/$167 49589 M-F 6:45-7:15P 06/11-06/22 2 MRC $166/$186 49585** M-F 6:45-7:15P 07/02-07/16 2 MRC $166/$186 49586 M-F 6:45-7:15P 07/23-08/03 2 MRC $166/$186 49590 M-F 7:15-7:45P 06/11-06/22 2 MRC $166/$186 49587** M-F 7:15-7:45P 07/02-07/16 2 MRC $166/$186 49588 M-F 7:15-7:45P 07/23-08/03 2 MRC $166/$186 49662 Sa 10:15-10:45A 06/09-07/28 8 Bock $131/$151 49654* M/W 6:35-7:05P 06/11-07/09 4 Bock $131/$151 49655* M/W 7:10-7:40P 06/11-07/09 4 Bock $131/$151 49656 Tu/Th 7:10-7:40P 06/12-07/05 4 Bock $131/$151 49657* Tu/Th 6:35-7:05P 06/12-07/05 4 Bock $131/$151 49658 M/W 6:35-7:05P 07/18-08/13 4 Bock $131/$151 49659* M/W 7:10-7:40P 07/18-08/13 4 Bock $131/$151 49660* Tu/Th 6:35-7:05P 07/17-08/09 4 Bock $131/$151 49661 Tu/Th 7:10-7:40P 07/17-08/09 4 Bock $131/$151

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Barracuda Swim Team Summer Session: June 11 - Aug. 17 (10 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 Meineke Recreation Center. Ages are used as guidelines. Times subject to change.

Silver Group

An introduction to competitive swimming. Practice is three days a week and 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). MRC Barcode Age 11-12yrs 48779 48780 11-12yrs 48781 11-12yrs

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). MRC Barcode Age 8yrs & under 48776 48777 8yrs & under 48778 8yrs & under

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

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

Fee $100/$120 $145/$165 $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). MRC Barcode Age 49967 9-10yrs 9-10yrs 49966 49965 9-10yrs

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

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

Fee $100/$120 $145/$165 $190/$210

Clip this valuable coupon

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 8/31/12

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

Fee $100/$120 $145/$165 $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). MRC 13+ or with coach’s recommendation Barcode Age Days 48782 13+ 2 days/week 48783 13+ 3 days/week 13+ 4 or 5 days/week 48784

Time 6:00-8:00A or 6:30-8:30P 6:00-8:00A or 6:30-8:30P 6:00-8:00A or 6:30-8:30P

Fee $145/$165 $200/$220 $260/$280

Blue 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 USS/ISI registration ($60, Dec to Dec). MRC Barcode Age 48785 8yrs & under 48786 8yrs & under 9+ 48787 48788 9+

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

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

Fee $145/$165 $190/$210 $200/$220 $260/$280

Registration: Monday, June 4 at CRC • 6-7:30PM The first 150 swimmers at registration will receive a Barracuda T-shirt. 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 $25 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

Aqua Rats Advanced Swimming

Time 7:00-8:00A or 7:30-8:30P 7:00-8:00A or 7:30-8:30P 7:00-8:00A or 7:30-8:30P

www.schaumburgbarracudas.com

Masters Swim Team

This swim class provides a fun introduction to competitive swimming in a non-competitive environment. Instruction will cover start, turns, and the four competitive strokes of butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle. Participants must be able to swim 25 yards continuously.

This is for anyone 18 and older who has wanted to be on a swim team. Participants must know how to swim and be ready to refine their competitive swimming skills. Work will be on the four competitive strokes, starts, turns, speed and endurance with the Barracuda Swim Team.

WW $75/$95 Barcode Age 48775 7-12yrs

MRC $95/$115 Barcode Age Day Time 50027 18+ M/Tu/Th 7:30-8:30P

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Volkening Lake Volkening Lake boating dock features canoes and paddle boats for rent. It is located on Schaumburg Road, next to the police station, and is ideal for canoeing, fishing and picnicking. The concession stand sells soft drinks, popcorn and candy. In case of inclement weather, call Volkening Lake at 847/884-9873 or the Good Time number at 847/490-7870.

Limited hours May 26 - June 3 & Aug. 21 - Sept. 3: 4-7PM weekdays, Noon-7PM weekends Hours

Regular Hours: June 4 - Aug. 20 Mon-Fri......................................................................... 1-8PM Sat/Sun........................................................................ Noon-7PM School Hours: May 26 - June 3 & Aug. 21 - Sept. 3 Mon-Fri......................................................................... 4-7PM Sat/Sun........................................................................ Noon-7PM Holidays Hours Wed, July 4 (1/2 hr rentals only)................................... 1-6PM Mon, Memorial Day, May 28......................................... 1-6PM Mon, Labor Day, Sept. 3............................................... 1-6PM

Boat Rental Fees (life jackets included) Non-Family Pool Family Pool Passholder Passholder Canoes & Paddles...............$8/hr or $4 per 1/2 hr................Free* Paddle Boats........................$8/hr or $4 per 1/2 hr................Free* *Must have Volkening Lake Pass. Pick up passes at the CRC. Boat Permits

Boat permits are available at Volkening Lake for $5.

Canoeing Clinics

Enjoy boating around Volkening Lake and learn the basics of canoeing. Volkening Lake $20/$30 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 48789 7-14yrs Tu 7:00-8:00P 06/12-06/19 2 48790 7-14yrs Tu 7:00-8:00P 07/17-07/24 2

Fishing Clinics

Have fun fishing at Volkening Lake - bait, hook and cast a line! Students may bring their own poles and tackle. Volkening Lake $20/$30 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 48791 6-14yrs M 7:00-8:00P 06/11-06/18 2 48792 6-14yrs M 7:00-8:00P 07/16-07/23 2

Rules and Regulations

1. Children under 9 years old must be accompanied by an adult to use canoes or paddle boats. 2. Life jackets must be worn at all times in a canoe or paddle boat. 3. Tipping of canoes, water fights and general horse play will not be tolerated. 4. Only two people per two man paddle boat, and four people per four man boat. 5. Anyone not following rules will lose all boating privileges for the day. 6. Persons using equipment on their Family Pool Pass will be limited to one hour rentals. Must have current Volkening Lake Pass (available at CRC). 7. No wind surfing, inflatable mattresses, inner tubes or personal motorized watercraft allowed.

IDNR Access to Fishing Program

The Schaumburg Park District has fishing tackle to loan, thanks to the Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources. The Access to Fishing Program loans fishing equipment free of charge to children and adults interested in fishing local public ponds and lakes. A small starter kit of hooks and other basic tackle, along with a booklet on fishing and fish identification, is included with each loaned fishing pole. A driver’s license or other form of ID must be left when equipment is signed out. Tackle is available at the Volkening Lake boathouse, 847/884-9873.

Fishing Derby

Looking for a way to spend time with dad during Father’s Day weekend? Take your dad or grandpa to Volkening Lake for the Father’s Day Weekend Fishing Derby. The event is filled with fish, food and fun. Everyone receives a hot dog, chips and soda for lunch. Bring your own poles and bait. Prizes are awarded for shortest, longest, most fish caught and most unique catch in each age group. Participants are divided into age groups of 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, 13-17 and a father’s group. Pre-registration ends at 5PM on June 15. Day-of registration available at Volkening Lake. Volkening Lake $8/$12 pre-registration $10/$14 day-of registration Barcode Age Day Time Date 48793 3+ Sa 9:00A-1:00P 06/16

Celebrate life in Schaumburg Park District’s newest park. Located at the recently renovated Volkening Lake, Tribute Park features walkways of attractive pathway stones just waiting for your message, family name or memory. The achievements of Schaumburg residents and others make a positive impact on the community. Bricks may mark milestone birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, proposals and other memories. Commemorative pathway bricks in three sizes are available to purchase with permanently engraved personalized messages. The memorial bricks will be placed throughout the walkways and walls of the park. The proceeds from Tribute bricks and benches benefit the Schaumburg Park Foundation. For more information and an order form, call 847/ 985-2115 or click for brick at www.parkfun.com.

Paddle Boat Parties available! Paddle and play at this unique two-hour party! See page 13 for information.

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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

Boys Baseball

5-19yrs

Dec.

April-July

Fall Baseball

7-14yrs

July

Fall

Travel Baseball

10-14yrs

Tryouts August

Sept.-Aug.

Flag Football

5-9yrs

Tackle Football

7-14yrs

March-July June

Aug.-Nov.

Basketball

6-18yrs Aug.

Jan.

Sept. Nov.-March

Cheerleading & Poms 5-14yrs

Jan.

Feb.

July-Dec.

Rec. Soccer - Fall

5-14yrs

April

May

Aug.-Oct.

Rec. Soccer - Indoor

5-19yrs

Nov

Jan.-March

Rec. Soccer - Spring

5-14yrs

Fill-in

April-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. Visit the SAA website for information on each sport including registration, pictures and upcoming events that make SAA sports fun and exciting!

SAA offices are located at 217 S. Civic Drive on the Barn Campus.

Upcoming SAA Registrations:

Upcoming SAA Events:

• Football (Flag and Tackle):

• In-house Baseball:

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

The football program for players ages 5-14 offers flag and tackle football. The emphasis of both flag and tackle football is to teach players good fundamentals, sportsmanship and a love of the game. No high school players allowed.

Online Registration: Available in March at www.saa-online.com. Walk-In Registration: One Saturday in May and June at the SAA Office. Check the SAA website for details.

• Cheerleading and Poms:

The cheerleading program for girls age 5-14 is designed to provide a positive learning environment for all girls in kindergarten through eighth grade. The program offers cheer teams and a range of activities including cheering and performing at football games, spirit rallies and competitions. No previous cheer experience is required. Online Registration: Available in March at www.saa-online.com. Walk-In Registration: One Saturday in March. Check the SAA website for details.

• Recreational Soccer (Fall):

The recreational soccer program for kindergarten through eighth grade emphasizes teaching the sport of soccer while promoting good sportsmanship and cooperation.

Online Registration: Available in March at www.saa-online.com. Walk-In Registration: One Saturday in May. Check the SAA website for details. 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 voice mail number is 847/352-7422 or email saasports8@ saa-online.com. SAA is not part of the Schaumburg Park District.

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(detailed information at www.saa-online.com) - Baseball All-Star Weekend: June 23 & 24 at Polk and Hale Fields.

• Travel Softball:

- Slugfest Tournament: May 18-20 at all softball fields.

• Travel Soccer: - Tryouts in June

New SAA Cable Show

Inside SAA airs on the Schaumburg Park District’s cable channel Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 8PM after the Go! Show. •Comcast channel 15 •AT&T Uverse channel 99

•WOW channel 14


Athletics B aseball / S oftball

M artial A rts / S elf - D efense

All Star Sports Instruction: T-Ball

This class covers the basics of baseball in a fun and safe environment where no one stands around. Throwing, catching, hitting and fielding are taught as well as running the bases and how to play the game. Games are played every week. Participants must bring their own glove. SC $70/$90 *$61/$81 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49600 4-6yrs Th 5:00-6:00P 06/14-07/26 49601 3-4yrs F 9:45-10:30A 06/08-07/20 49602 4-6yrs F 10:30-11:30A 06/08-07/20 49603 4-6yrs Sa 9:00-10:00A 06/09-07/21 49604* 3-4yrs Tu/Th 10:00-10:45A 07/31-08/16 49605* 4-6yrs Tu/Th 10:45-11:30A 07/31-08/16

Wks 7 7 7 7 3 3

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, baserunning and teamwork skills through drills and games. Participants must bring a baseball glove to each class. Location: See below 32/$52 *$52/$72 No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Location 49466 4-6yrs W 1:45-2:30P 06/06-06/27 4 SC 6-9yrs W 6:45-7:30P 06/06-06/27 4 SC 49468 49467* 4-6yrs Tu 10:45-11:30A 06/12-07/17 6 MRC 6-9yrs W 6:45-7:30P 08/01-08/22 4 SC 49470

B asketball

All Star Sports Instruction: Lil Pint Hoops

This program will introduce children to the game of basketball if they are beginners or if they need the know-how to get to the next level. Basic skills of dribbling, passing, shooting and defense are taught. Games are also played to show the importance of teamwork in game situations. SC $51/$71 No class 7/6 & 7/13 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49606 4-6yrs F 3:30-4:30P 06/08-07/20 5

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 32/$52 *$52/$72 No class 7/4 7/16 class held at SC • 8/22 class held at CRC Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49462 4-6yrs W 2:45-3:30P 06/06-06/27 4 49461 6-9yrs W 3:45-4:30P 06/06-06/27 4 49459* 6-9yrs Sa 10:00-10:45A 06/09-07/14 6 49460* 4-6yrs M 3:30-4:15P 06/11-07/16 6 49465 4-6yrs M 3:30-4:15P 07/30-08/20 4 49464 6-9yrs W 3:45-4:30P 08/01-08/22 4 49463 6-9yrs Sa 10:00-10:45A 08/04-08/25 4

Location STP STP STP CRC CRC SC STP

High School Girls Basketball League

Register your high school girls basketball team. Teams may play doubleheaders. Registration deadline is 5PM on Aug. 24. SC $500/$575 per team Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 48930 13+ Su 6:00-9:00P 09/09-10/21 6

The Brave Way Self Defense System

The Brave Way Self Defense System is not a martial art and no previous self-defense training is required to master the moves taught in class. The techniques are easy to learn, extremely effective based on instinctive principles that don’t require constant practice or years of training to use, and work regardless of your size, strength, speed or skill. The program includes lecture, demonstration, 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. Upon completion of the class, students will have the confidence and skills to help them properly defend themselves and protect others. Instructors have advanced multiple martial arts backgrounds, security, self-defense training and military experience. Ages 8-12 must take this class with a paid adult. MRC $32/$52 Barcode Age 50090 8+ 50091 8+ 50092 8+

Day Time Date Sa 1:00-3:00P 06/16 Sa 1:00-3:00P 07/28 Sa 1:00-3:00P 08/18

Adult Karate

Classes are taught by instructors under the direction of John DiPasquale, four-time national champion and member of the U.S. Karate Team. Learn self-defense skills, release tension and develop cardiovascular fitness. Age: 14+ CRC - Tu Hanover Park - W $98/$118 No class 7/4 7/17 class held at SC Barcode Day Time Date Wks 49684 Tu 8:35-9:35P 06/19-08/28 11 49685* Tu 8:35-10:00P 06/19-08/28 11 49686 W 8:35-9:35P 06/20-09/05 11 49687* W 8:35-10:00P 06/20-09/05 11

*$131/$151 Info Beg/Cont (White-Yellow belt) Int/Adv (Blue belt & up) Beg/Cont (White-Yellow belt) Int/Adv (Blue belt & up)

Adult Karate-Parent/Child

Illinois Shotokan Karate Club staff instructs participants in the value of karate as a medium of self-expression. Children develop coordination, strength, poise and personal safety skills. This course is well-supervised. Adults may register for these programs. Note: Parent/child and adult classes will train together. Age: 8+ MRC $98/$118 per person *$131/$151 per person Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info 49688 Sa 1:30-2:30P 06/16-08/25 11 Beg/Cont (White-Red belt) 49689 Sa 2:30-3:30P 06/16-08/25 11 Novice (Orange-Yellow belt) 49690 Sa 3:30-4:30P 06/16-08/25 11 Int (Blue-Green belt) 49691* Sa 4:30-6:00P 06/16-08/25 11 Adv (Purple-Black belt)

Pre Karate/Safety

Taught by Illinois Shotokan Karate Club instructors. Children develop coordination, strength, personal safety skills while also developing the memory and agility skills necessary to be successful in school and sports. This course is well-supervised. Age: 4-7yrs CRC - Tu MRC - Sa Hanover Park - W $98/$118 No class 7/4 Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info 49697 Tu 4:00-4:45P 06/19-08/28 11 Beg/Cont 49692 Tu 4:50-5:35P 06/19-08/28 11 Int/Adv (Stripe belts and up) 49693 Sa 2:45-3:30P 06/16-08/25 11 Beg/Cont 49694 Sa 3:35-4:20P 06/16-08/25 11 Int/Adv (Stripe belts and up) 49695 W 4:00-4:45P 06/20-09/05 11 Beg/Cont 49696 W 4:50-5:35P 06/20-09/05 11 Int/Adv (2 or more prior sessions)

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> Athletics Youth Karate/Safety

Illinois Shotokan Karate Clubs staff instructs participants in the value of karate as a medium of self expression. Children develop coordination, strength, poise and personal safety skills. Age: 7-14yrs CRC - Tu Hanover Park - W $98/$118 No class 7/4 Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info 49704 Tu 5:40-6:30P 06/19-08/28 11 Beg/Cont (White belt) 49705 Tu 6:30-7:25P 06/19-08/28 11 Novice (Red-Blue belt) 49698 Tu 7:30-8:30P 06/19-08/28 11 Int/Adv (Green belt & up) 49702 W 5:40-6:35P 06/20-09/05 11 Beg/Cont (White-Orange belt) 50073 W 6:35-7:30P 06/20-09/05 11 Int (Yellow-Green belt) 50074 W 7:35-8:35P 06/20-09/05 11 Adv (Purple belt & up) Age: 8-14yrs MRC $98/$118 *$131/$151 Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info 49699 Sa 1:30-2:30P 06/16-08/25 11 Beg/Cont (White-Red belt) 49700 Sa 2:30-3:30P 06/16-08/25 11 Novice (Orange-Yellow belt) 49701* Sa 4:30-6:00P 06/16-08/25 11 Adv (Purple-Black belt) 49703 Sa 3:30-4:30P 06/16-08/25 11 Int (Blue-Green belt)

Elite Self-Defense Systems

The Youth Antil-Bullying (YAB) class teaches how to defend against bullies using physical and non-physical tactics. The Adult Self-Defense (ASD) class teaches self-defense and weapons tactics. The Women’s Self-Defense Seminar (WSD) teaches seven hands-on self-defense tools for escaping from bigger, stronger attackers. For more information, visit www.EliteIKD.com or call Matt Numerich at 630/837-7565. All classes will be at 215 E. Lake St., Bloomingdale $39/$59 *$19/$39 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info 50075 4-12yrs W 6:00-6:45P 06/06-06/27 4 YAB ASD 50076 12+ W 7:00-8:00P 06/06-06/27 4 50077* 12+ Sa 12:00-2:00P 06/09 1 WSD

Hapkido Street Defense

Hapkido in its original form encompasses the three distinct martial arts styles of Japanese jujitsu, judo and Korean karate. It seeks to be a fully comprehensive combat art utilizing powerful strikes, kicks, throws and joint-locks for practical self-defense. Hapkido emphasizes redirection and deflection over force against force and focuses on tactics to control an attacker without the need for uncontrolled damage. MRC $104/$124 Barcode Age 13+ 49615

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

Date Wks 07/09-09/14 10

Shindo Kan School of Judo

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 a 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 No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49617 8+ M/W 6:00-7:15P 07/09-09/12

Wks 10

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 $104/$124 No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49616 6+ W 6:00-7:15P 06/20-08/22 8

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. Also included is Korean self-defense, the art of escaping from holds and grabs in a safe and effective manner. Classes taught by a sixth degree master instructor. Great exercise for all ages. MRC $70/$90 Barcode Age Day Time 49619 6-14yrs Tu 6:30-8:00P 49620 15+ Tu 8:00-9:30P 49621 6-14yrs Th 6:30-8:00P 49622 15+ Th 8:00-9:30P

Date Wks Info 06/05-08/21 12 Beg 06/05-08/21 12 Beg 06/07-08/23 12 Adv 06/07-08/23 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 $68/$88 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49623 4-7yrs Sa 12:30-1:15P 07/14-09/01 8

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 noncompetitive program. CRC $173/$193 (2 day) $113/$133 (1 day) No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49624 14+ W 8:00-9:30P 07/11-09/15 10 Sa 12:45-2:15P

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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 | S u m m e r 2 0 1 2

Gymnastics Lessons Schedule Monday AM

PM

Tuesday

All classes meet at the Sport Center Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

9:00-9:55AM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 49345 • $50/$70 II: 49349 • $50/$70

9:00-10:00AM 6-8 yrs Beginner-Girls I: 49365 • $50/$70 II: 49366 • $50/$70

9:00-9:45AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 49333 • $40/$60 II: 49335 • $50/$70

9:00-9:45AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 49312 • $50/$70 II: 49320 • $50/$70

9:00-9:55AM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 49347 • $50/$70 II: 49341 • $50/$70

9:00-9:45AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 49315 • $50/$70 II: 49316 • $50/$70

4-6 yrs 9:00-9:55AM Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 49350 • $50/$70 II: 49351 • $50/$70

9:00-10:00AM 6-8 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 49380 • $50/$70 II: 49381 • $50/$70

4-6 yrs 9:00-9:55AM Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 49344 • $40/$60 II: 49348 • $50/$70

10:00-10:45AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 49322 • $50/$70 II: 49336 • $50/$70

4-6 yrs 9:00-9:55AM Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 49356 • $50/$70 II: 49357 • $50/$70

3-4 yrs 9:00-9:45AM Tot I: 49334 • $50/$70 II: 49329 • $50/$70

10:00-10:45AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 49332 • $50/$70 II: 49324 • $50/$70

9:00-10:00AM 9-12 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 49384 • $50/$70 II: 49385 • $50/$70

4-6 yrs 9:00-9:55AM Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 49352 • $40/$60 II: 49353 • $50/$70

11:00-11:55AM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 49346 • $50/$70 II: 49340 • $50/$70

10:00-10:45AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 49313 • $50/$70 II: 49314 • $50/$70

9:45-10:30AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 49317 • $50/$70 II: 49318 • $50/$70

11:00-11:45AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 49307 • $50/$70 II: 49308 • $50/$70

10:00-11:00AM 9-12 yrs Beginner-Boys I: 49377 • $50/$70 II: 49376 • $50/$70

10:00-10:45AM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 49319 • $40/$60 II: 49310 • $50/$70

11:00-11:55AM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 49359 • $50/$70 II: 49362 • $50/$70

10:00-10:45AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 49326 • $50/$70 II: 49328 • $50/$70

9:45-10:30AM 3-4 yrs Tot I: 49330 • $50/$70 II: 49331 • $50/$70

6-8 yrs 4:00-5:00PM Beginner-Girls I: 49363 • $50/$70 II: 49364 • $50/$70

3-4PM Hot Tots $154/$174 Meets Tu/Th

8-14 yrs 4:00-6:00PM Team - Level 4+ Girls $127/$137 Meets Fri

10:30-11:25AM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 49342 • $50/$70 II: 49343 • $50/$70

6-8 yrs 4:00-5:00PM Beginner-Boys I: 49372 • $50/$70 II: 49373 • $50/$70

4:15-5:45PM 6-13 yrs Team - Level 2 Girls $204/$224 Meets Tu/Th

4:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrs Beginner-Tumb/Ch I: 49400 • $40/$60 II: 49401 • $50/$70

4:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 49393 • $50/$70 II: 49394 • $50/$70

4:15-5:45PM 6-14 yrs Team - Level 3 Girls $204/$224 Meets Tu/Th

6-8 yrs 4:00-5:00PM Intermediate-Tumb/Ch I: 49404 • $40/$60 II: 49405 • $50/$70

5:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrs Beginner-Girls I: 49369 • $50/$70 II: 49379 • $50/$70

6-12 yrs 5:00-6PM Team - Level 2 Boys $154/$174 Meets Tu/Th

9-12 yrs 5:00-6:00PM Beginner-Tumb/Ch I: 49402 • $40/$60 II: 49403 • $50/$70

5:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 49383 • $50/$70 II: 49395 • $50/$70

8-14 yrs 6:00-8:30PM Team - Level 4/5 Girls $312/$332 Meets Tu/Th

5:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrs Intermediate-Tumb/Ch I: 49406 • $40/$60 II: 49407 • $50/$70

9-12 yrs 5:00-6:00PM Intermediate-Boys I: 49390 • $50/$70 II: 49391 • $50/$70

8-14 yrs 6:00-8:30PM Team - Level 4+ Boys $312/$332 Meets Tu/Th

5:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrs Advanced-Tumb/Ch I: 49411 • $40/$60 II: 49408 • $50/$70

4-6 yrs

4:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrs Intermediate-Boys I: 49386 • $40/$60 II: 49387 • $50/$70

5:00-6:30PM 6-10 yrs Team - Level 2 Girls $117/$137 Meets Mon

6:00-6:45PM 2 yrs Parent/Tot I: 49311 • $40/$60 II: 49321 • $50/$70

8-12 yrs 6:00-7:00PM Advanced-Girls I: 49396 • $50/$70 II: 49397 • $50/$70

3-4 yrs 6:00-6:45PM Tot I: 49323 • $40/$60 II: 49325 • $50/$70

6:00-7:00PM 8-12 yrs Advanced-Boys I: 49398 • $50/$70 II: 49399 • $50/$70

7:00-7:55PM 4-6 yrs Beginner-Jr. Gym I: 49338 • $40/$60 II: 49339 • $50/$70

6:00-7:00PM 12 yrs+ Tumb/Ch-High School I: 49409 • $50/$70 II: 49410 • $50/$70

4-6 yrs 7:00-7:55PM Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 49354 • $40/$60 II: 49355 • $50/$70

6:00-8:30PM 8-14 yrs Team - Level 6+ Girls $465/$485 Meets Mon/Tu/Th

Schedule and instructors subject to change. Session I (4/5 wks) June 11 - July 14 No class 7/04

Session II (5 wks) July 16 - Aug. 18

Hot Tots/Team June 11 - Aug. 17 No class 7/04

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, 2011 and pottytrained. Children are taught age appropriate gymnastics movements and concepts. Jr. Gymnastics: Beginner-Must be 4 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2011. Children are taught basic gymnastics skills and gym safety rules. Intermediate- Must be 4 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2011. 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. 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.

10:30-11:25AM 4-6 yrs Intermediate-Jr. Gym I: 49358 • $50/$70 II: 49360 • $50/$70 10:30-11:30AM 6-8 yrs Beginner-Boys I: 49374 • $50/$70 II: 49375 • $50/$70 10:30-11:30AM 6-8 yrs Intermediate-Boys I: 49388 • $50/$70 II: 49389 • $50/$70 11:30AM-12:30PM 6-8 yrs Beginner-Girls I: 49378 • $50/$70 II: 49367 • $50/$70 11:30AM-12:30PM 9-12 yrs Beginner-Girls I: 49370 • $50/$70 II: 49371 • $50/$70 11:30AM-12:30PM 6-12 yrs Intermediate-Girls I: 49382 • $50/$70 II: 49392 • $50/$70

Tumble/Cheer: This program incorporates balance work, jumps, and heavy concentration on tumbling. At the intermediate level, tumbling combinations are added. At the advance level, difficult tumbling skills and passes are added. Home School: This program offers home school children an opportunity to learn gymnastics and tumbling skills. Hot Tots: Must be 4 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2011. Instructor permission required. This class is designed for the child who shows an exceptional level of intensity and has mastered basic skills at an early age. Team: The team is designed to provide quality training for gymnasts. The curriculum and compulsory routines in the USAG age group program are followed. For more information, contact the gymnastics team coordinator at 847/891-1266.

Gymnastics Private Lessons: $47/hr Resident $67/hr Non-Res.

One-on-one instruction is available! Call 847/891-1266 for times, schedules and available coaches.

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> Athletics

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. 8:30-10:30PM

All Ages Open Volleyball 1/2 Gym

3-5:30PM 8-9:30PM

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

Noon-3PM All Ages Open Basketball Sun.

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.

Blackline Athletic Sports Performance Training

M ulti S port P rograms

All Star Sports Instruction: Parent/Tot Super Sports

This program gives you and your child an opportunity to bond and have fun together while learning a variety of sports. This class is great for simple motor skills such as catching, throwing, batting, shooting, passing and anything that involves hand-eye coordination. Parents participate with the child in soccer, basketball, hockey, T-ball and many other sports. SC $70/$90 *$61/$81 No class 7/12 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info 49607 2-3yrs Sa 12:00-12:45P 06/09-07/21 7 49608* 4-6yrs Th 6:00-7:00P 06/14-07/19 5 Multi Sport

All Star Sports Instruction: Super Sports

This fun-filled class teaches little superstars the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship while attempting to spark an interest in kids to play a variety of sports. Sports covered include basketball, hockey, soccer, baseball and football. *The extreme class features sports such as lacrosse, floor hockey, dodgeball, kickball and arena football. SC $70/$90 *$61/$81 Barcode Age Day Time 49612 4-6yrs F 2:30-3:30P 49613 3-4yrs F 1:30-2:15P 49610* 6-8yrs Th 7:00-8:00P 49611 5-7yrs Sa 10:00-11:00A 49609* 4-6yrs Tu/Th 10:30A-12:30P

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Blackline Athletic Sports Performance provides training and conditioning for young athletes using the Nike-SPARQ platform of speed, power, agility, reaction and quickness. Blackline Athletic staff teach dynamic athletic drills and exercises for athletes ready to take their performance to the next level. SC $115/$135 Barcode Age Day Time Date 48078 9-16yrs M-Th 9:30-11:00A 06/18-06/21 48079 9-16yrs M-Th 9:30-11:00A 07/23-07/26

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All Star Sports Instruction: Golf

This program will introduce children to the game of golf. Basic skills of putting and driving will be taught. SC $61/$81 Barcode Age 49997 6-8yrs

Day Time Tu/Th 9:00-9:45A

Date 08/07-08/23

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Girls Lacrosse Skills Camps

Badminton Group Lessons

Lessons include the fundamentals of serving, receiving, smashing, clearing and dropping through drills and games. SC $67/$87 Barcode Age Day Time 48039 8-14yrs M-F 1:00-3:00P 48040 8-14yrs M-F 1:00-3:00P 48054 8-14yrs M-F 6:00-8:00P

Date 07/16-07/20 06/18-06/22 07/16-07/20

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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 *$39/$59 Barcode Age Day Time 49708 8+ M 6:00-7:00P M 7:00-8:00P 49710 8+ 49709* 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 49711* 8+ M 7:00-8:00P

Date Wks 06/04-07/09 6 06/04-07/09 6 07/16-08/13 5 07/16-08/13 5

Info Beg Adv Beg Adv

This will be an introductory lacrosse camp. Girls will learn the basic rules and cradling, passing and shooting skills. No experience necessary! Equipment will be provided. OP $52/$72 Barcode Age 49682 10-14yrs 49683 10-14yrs 49712 10-14yrs

Day Time Date M-Th 10:45A-12:00P 06/18-06/21 M-Th 10:45A-12:00P 06/25-06/28 M-Th 10:45A-12:00P 06/11-06/14

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Table Tennis Private Lessons

Lessons taught for beginners through advanced levels. Lessons are taught by an instructor 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 Juniors (17yrs & under): $35/hr Adult: $40/hr Days Available Time Date Age All ages Tu/F 7:00-10:30P Year round

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.

Challenge Courts

Two courts are reserved each Saturday from 8-10AM and Sunday from 6-8PM (singles). $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.

Racquetball Leagues - CRC

This league will challenge and improve your skills. A tournament will be played the final week of the league. SPD gift cards will be given to league and tournament winners. Registration deadline is June 11 for Monday leagues and June 14 for Thursday leagues. Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info Fee 47661 18+ M 6:00-8:00P 06/18-08/20 10 Lvl B/C $50 47662 18+ Th 6:00-8:00P 06/21-08/23 10 Lvl C $50

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.

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

Racquetball Leagues - STP

There is a $25 fee for an STP unlimited racquetball/squash passholder for the first league and $15 fee for a second league joined within the same season. If the participant doesn’t have unlimited racquetball/squash, they will be charged the league fee and any additional court fees. The unlimited pass covers league court time costs. Black and blue soled shoes prohibited. STP Fee: see above Barcode Age Day Time 49984 17+ M 7:00-8:00A 49985 17+ M 6:30-7:30P 49986 17+ Th 6:30-7:30P 49987 17+ Th 7:30-9:00P 49988 17+ F 7:00-8:00A

Date Wks 06/04-07/16 7 06/04-07/16 7 06/07-07/19 7 06/07-07/19 7 06/08-07/20 7

Info Lvl B/C Lvl A/B Lvl A/B Mixed A/B Men’s B/C

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Open Wallyball

Badminton

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

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

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. Mark Miller's Soccer

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All Star Sports Instruction: Soccer

This program is designed to teach children the basics of soccer in a fun and exciting way. Dribbling, passing and shooting are covered through fun games that keep everyone moving. SC $70/$90 Barcode Age 49614 4-6yrs

Day Time Date Sa 11:00A-12:00P 06/09-07/21

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This class is designed for the graduate of Parent and Me Munchkin Soccer or for the youngster with some soccer experience. This class will focus on dribbling, game play and more advanced drills. STP $67/$87 *$57/$77 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49733 4-8yrs Sa 9:30-10:00A 06/02-07/14 7 49734* 4-8yrs Sa 9:30-10:00A 07/21-08/25 6

Chicago Red Stars Girls Soccer Camps

Red Stars soccer camps provide a fun, educational and welcoming environment for girls to learn new skills and mature as players. See Summer Camps section, page 37 for details.

Parent and Me Munchkin Soccer

This program is designed to encourage parent/child interaction while learning a new skill. The use of drills teaches dribbling, passing and goal scoring. STP $67/$87 *$57/$77 Day Time Date Wks Barcode Age 49735 3-5yrs Sa 9:00-9:30A 06/02-07/14 7 49736* 3-5yrs Sa 9:00-9:30A 07/21-08/25 6

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 $52/$72 *$32/$52 ‡Parent/Tot No class 7/4 7/16 class meets at SC Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Location 49472 4-6yrs M 4:30-5:15P 06/11-07/16 6 CRC 49484‡ 2-3yrs Tu 9:45-10:30A 06/12-07/17 6 MRC 49476* 6-9yrs W 5:45-6:30P 06/06-06/27 4 SC 49473 4-6yrs Th 9:45-10:30A 06/14-07/19 6 MRC 49480 6-9yrs M 5:15-6:00P 06/11-07/16 6 CRC 49477 4-6yrs Sa 11:00-11:45A 06/09-07/14 6 STP 49481* 4-6yrs M 4:30-5:15P 07/30-08/20 4 CRC 49482* 6-9yrs M 5:15-6:00P 07/30-08/20 4 CRC 49475* 4-6yrs Th 9:45-10:30A 08/02-08/23 4 MRC 49483* 6-9yrs W 5:45-6:30P 08/01-08/22 4 SC 49479* 4-6yrs Sa 11:00-11:45A 08/04-08/25 4 STP

Sox Fans vs Cubs Fans Kickball and Cookout Challenge Friday, Aug. 3 • 5:30-7:30PM

Participants will play kickball to determine which teams’ fans are the best. See page 82 for details.

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V olleyball

Girls Volleyball Leagues

Join the fun in this instructional league designed to provide game play in a round-robin format. Teams are formed based on grade level by Park District staff. Volunteer coaches are needed. If you are interested in coaching a team, call the Sport Center at 847/891-1266. SC $99/$119 No practice or games 7/10 *The league consists of two-hour practices the first two weeks (6:30-8:30PM) and onehour matches the remaining six weeks (6:30-9:30PM). Barcode Age Day *Time Date Wks 48055 5th/6th Grade Tu 6:30-9:30P 06/19-08/14 8 48932 7th Grade Tu 6:30-9:30P 06/19-08/14 8 48057 8th Grade Tu 6:30-9:30P 06/19-08/14 8


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T ennis

The Schaumburg junior tennis program is designed in a two tier approach.

The Schaumburg Junior Development program is designed to introduce players to tennis, develop mechanics and introduce basic court positioning and keeping score. Age appropriate equipment will be used. These classes are a fun introduction to tennis. 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. Juniors are expected to play a minimum of 3 days per week. For more information, contact the tennis director at 847/884-0678.

Make-Up/Rain Dates

Lesson Fee structure

Example: $78/$93 means… $78 is fee for SPD resident OR an STP current member $93 is fee for non-resident, non-member.

Refund Policy

NO REFUNDS will be given for classes not attended. Any refunds granted are based on the date the SPD refund request form is completed. A $3 service charge will apply. Only participants enrolled in class may attend class, no substitutes. Classes will not be cancelled due to heat.

Make-up classes will take place only in the event of rain or instructor cancellation. Call the “Good Time Number” at 847/490-7870 or Schaumburg Tennis Plus at 847/884-0678 for an update on weather conditions and plans regarding class for that day. Make-ups should be made within the same session. Classes may be moved indoor at STP due to weather conditions. Make-ups or credits will not be granted for personal absences.

Schaumburg Tennis Plus teaching staff reserves the right to place players at the appropriate level class. If a player needs to be evaluated, contact the tennis director at 847/884-0678.

Youth Tennis Camps No classes week of 7/4

Youth Camp Descriptions

Youth Tennis Camps for Ages 4-6 – Camps are designed for the junior player. All classes will be taught using the new USTA 10 and Under teaching style. Classes are designed to develop athleticism, hand-eye coordination and movement skills in a non-competitive cooperative environment. This is a fun introduction to tennis. Youth Tennis Camps for Ages 7-10 – All camps will be taught using the new USTA 10 and Under teaching style. Players are grouped by ability and will learn all aspects of the game including technical strokes, keeping score, rallying and competing. Players will have the ability to play in USTA Play Days held monthly. Middle School Tennis Camps – Camps are designed for the intermediate to advanced intermediate player. Players are grouped by ability and will learn all aspects of the game including technical strokes, keeping score, rallying and competing. Players will be given the opportunity to play team matches at the conclusion of the session. High School Tennis Drill Program – Schaumburg Tennis Plus is offering a weekly summer program for players that play either JV or varsity high school travel team tennis. Players are grouped by ability. Classes include live ball drilling and match play. Players will compete daily in match situations.

Tennis Camp for Ages 4-6 @ Bock

Barcode 48288 48289 48290 48291 48292 48293 48294 48295

Age 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs

Day M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

Time 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A

Date Wks Fee 06/11-06/14 1 $52/$72 06/18-06/21 1 $52/$72 06/25-06/28 1 $52/$72 07/09-07/12 1 $52/$72 07/16-07/19 1 $52/$72 07/23-07/26 1 $52/$72 07/30-08/02 1 $52/$72 08/06-08/09 1 $52/$72

Tennis Camp for Ages 4-6 @ MRC

Barcode 48296 48297 48298 48299 48300 48301 48302 48303

Age 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs 4-6yrs

Day M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

Time 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A 9:00-9:45A

Date Wks Fee 06/11-06/14 1 $52/$72 06/18-06/21 1 $52/$72 06/25-06/28 1 $52/$72 07/09-07/12 1 $52/$72 07/16-07/19 1 $52/$72 07/23-07/26 1 $52/$72 07/30-08/02 1 $52/$72 08/06-08/09 1 $52/$72

Tennis Camp for Ages 7-10 @ Bock

Barcode 48304 48305 48306 48307 48308 48309 48310 48311

Age 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs

Day M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

Time Date 9:30A-12:30P 06/11-06/14 9:30A-12:30P 06/18-06/21 9:30A-12:30P 06/25-06/28 9:30A-12:30P 07/09-07/12 9:30A-12:30P 07/16-07/19 9:30A-12:30P 07/23-07/26 9:30A-12:30P 07/30-08/02 9:30A-12:30P 08/06-08/09

Tennis Camp for Ages 7-10 @ MRC

Barcode 48312 48313 48314 48315 48316 48317 48318 48319

Age 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs 7-10yrs

Day M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

Time Date 9:30A-12:30P 06/11-06/14 9:30A-12:30P 06/18-06/21 9:30A-12:30P 06/25-06/28 9:30A-12:30P 07/09-07/12 9:30A-12:30P 07/16-07/19 9:30A-12:30P 07/23-07/26 9:30A-12:30P 07/30-08/02 9:30A-12:30P 08/06-08/09

Wks Fee 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 Wks Fee 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224

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Team Schaumburg Junior Team Tennis

Session runs June 13 - July 23

USTA Junior Team Tennis is an introduction to competitive team match play. The league will be divided into three age groups: 14 and under, 10 and under using the 60’ courts, and 8 and under using the 36’ courts. Teams will be comprised of five players. All teams will have a practice with a coach and team match each week for six weeks. All teams will be invited to compete in the USTA District Championships. Players need to be USTA members and able to travel to outdoor parks in Schaumburg. For more information, email tennispro1@parkfun.com. Cost is $220 and includes USTA membership, team practices, match play and an end of season party.

Middle School Tennis Camp @ Timbercrest

Barcode 48320 48321 48322 48323 48324 48325 48326 48327

Age 11-14yrs 11-14yrs 11-14yrs 11-14yrs 11-14yrs 11-14yrs 11-14yrs 11-14yrs

Day M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

Time Date 9:30A-12:30P 06/11-06/14 9:30A-12:30P 06/18-06/21 9:30A-12:30P 06/25-06/28 9:30A-12:30P 07/09-07/12 9:30A-12:30P 07/16-07/19 9:30A-12:30P 07/23-07/26 9:30A-12:30P 07/30-08/02 9:30A-12:30P 08/06-08/09

Wks Fee 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224 1 $204/$224

High School Tennis Drill Program @ STP

Barcode 48328 48329 48330 48331 48332 48333 48334 48335

Age 10-18yrs 10-18yrs 10-18yrs 10-18yrs 10-18yrs 10-18yrs 10-18yrs 10-18yrs

Day M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

Time 1:00-3:00P 1:00-3:00P 1:00-3:00P 1:00-3:00P 1:00-3:00P 1:00-3:00P 1:00-3:00P 1:00-3:00P

Date Wks Fee 06/11-06/15 1 $170/$190 06/18-06/22 1 $170/$190 06/25-06/29 1 $170/$190 07/09-07/13 1 $170/$190 07/16-07/20 1 $170/$190 07/23-07/27 1 $170/$190 07/30-08/03 1 $170/$190 08/06-08/10 1 $170/$190

Youth Tennis Lessons

Tiny Tennis

Program is for the true beginner to tennis. Motor skills and hand-eyecoordination 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 classes week of 7/4 Barcode Age Day 49741 4-6yrs Tu 49744 4-6yrs Th 49746 4-6yrs Sa 49742 4-6yrs Tu 49752 4-6yrs Th 49747 4-6yrs Sa 49743 4-6yrs Tu 49745 4-6yrs Th 49748 4-6yrs Sa

Aces 1

Time Date Wks Fee 4:00-4:45P 06/12-06/26 3 $38/$58 5:00-5:45P 06/14-06/28 3 $38/$58 9:15-10:00A 06/16-06/30 3 $38/$58 4:00-4:45P 07/10-07/24 3 $38/$58 5:00-5:45P 07/12-07/26 3 $38/$58 9:15-10:00A 07/14-07/28 3 $38/$58 4:00-4:45P 08/07-08/21 3 $38/$58 5:00-5:45P 08/02-08/16 3 $38/$58 9:15-10:00A 08/04-08/18 3 $38/$58

Program is for the true beginner to tennis. Motor skills and hand-eyecoordination are the primary focus. Beginning stroke mechanics will be introduced on the forehand, backhand and serve. Age appropriate equipment will be used. All six year olds must have completed one session of Tiny Tennis. Classes taught on a 36’ court. STP No classes week of 7/4 Barcode Age Day 49757 6-8yrs M 49760 6-8yrs W 49763 6-8yrs F 49766 5-6yrs Sa 49758 6-8yrs M 49761 6-8yrs W 49764 6-8yrs F 49767 5-6yrs Sa 49759 6-8yrs M 49762 6-8yrs W 49765 6-8yrs F 49768 5-6yrs Sa

Time Date Wks Fee 4:00-5:00P 06/11-06/25 3 $52/$72 5:00-6:00P 06/13-06/27 3 $52/$72 4:00-5:00P 06/15-06/29 3 $52/$72 10:00-11:00A 06/16-06/30 3 $52/$72 4:00-5:00P 07/09-07/23 3 $52/$72 5:00-6:00P 07/11-07/25 3 $52/$72 4:00-5:00P 07/13-07/27 3 $52/$72 10:00-11:00A 07/14-07/21 2 $52/$72 4:00-5:00P 07/30-08/13 3 $52/$72 5:00-6:00P 08/01-08/15 3 $52/$72 4:00-5:00P 08/03-08/17 3 $52/$72 10:00-11:00A 08/04-08/18 3 $52/$72

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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.

Adult Tennis Lessons

STP No classes week of 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee 49780 8-10yrs M/W 5:00-6:00P 06/11-06/27 3 $103/$123 49783 8-10yrs F 5:00-6:00P 06/15-06/29 3 $52/$72 8-10yrs Sa 11:00A-12:00P 06/16-06/30 3 $52/$72 49786 49781 8-10yrs M/W 5:00-6:00P 07/09-07/25 3 $103/$123 49784 8-10yrs F 5:00-6:00P 07/13-07/27 3 $52/$72 49787 8-10yrs Sa 11:00A-12:00P 07/14-07/28 3 $52/$72 49782 8-10yrs M/W 5:00-6:00P 07/30-08/15 3 $103/$123 49785 8-10yrs F 5:00-6:00P 08/03-08/17 3 $52/$72 49788 7-9yrs Sa 11:00A-12:00P 08/04-08/18 3 $52/$72

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 No classes week of 7/4 Day Time Date Wks Fee Barcode Age 49800 10-13yrs Tu/Th 5:00-6:30P 06/12-06/28 3 $153/$173 49803 10-13yrs F 5:00-6:30P 06/15-06/29 3 $78/$98 49806 10-13yrs Sa 12:00-1:30P 06/16-06/30 3 $78/$98 49801 10-13yrs Tu/Th 5:00-6:30P 07/10-07/26 3 $153/$173 49804 10-13yrs F 5:00-6:30P 07/13-07/27 3 $78/$98 49807 10-13yrs Sa 12:00-1:30P 07/14-07/28 3 $78/$98 10-13yrs Tu/Th 5:00-6:30P 07/31-08/16 3 $153/$173 49802 49805 10-13yrs F 5:00-6:30P 08/03-08/17 3 $78/$98 49808 10-13yrs Sa 12:00-1:30P 08/04-08/18 3 $78/$98

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 classes week of 7/4 Day Time Date Wks Fee Barcode Age 49820 13-15yrs M/W 5:00-6:30P 06/11-06/27 3 $153/$173 49823 13-15yrs Sa 8:30-10:00A 06/16-06/30 3 $78/$98 49821 13-15yrs M/W 5:00-6:30P 07/09-07/25 3 $153/$173 49824 13-15yrs Sa 8:30-10:00A 07/14-07/28 3 $78/$98 49822 13-15yrs M/W 4:00-5:30P 07/30-08/15 3 $153/$173 49825 13-15yrs Sa 8:30-10:00A 08/04-08/18 3 $78/$98

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 Russ Parker Park No classes week of 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time 49826 19+ M 6:30-7:30P 49829 19+ Tu 7:00-8:00P 49832 19+ W 6:30-7:30P 49835 19+ Sa 8:00-9:00A 49827 19+ M 6:30-7:30P 49830 19+ Tu 7:00-8:00P 6:30-7:30P 49833 19+ W 49836 19+ Sa 8:00-9:00A 6:30-7:30P 49828 19+ M 49831 19+ Tu 7:00-8:00P 49834 19+ W 6:30-7:30P 49837 19+ Sa 8:00-9:00A

Date Wks Fee 06/11-06/25 3 $52/$72 06/12-06/26 3 $52/$72 06/13-06/27 3 $52/$72 06/16-06/30 3 $52/$72 07/09-07/23 3 $52/$72 07/10-07/24 3 $52/$72 07/11-07/25 3 $52/$72 07/14-07/28 3 $52/$72 07/30-08/13 3 $52/$72 07/31-08/14 3 $52/$72 08/01-08/15 3 $52/$72 08/04-08/18 3 $52/$72

Adult Level 2

STP Private & Semi-Private Tennis Lessons

Private and semi-private indoor lessons from a professionally-trained staff are offered. To arrange your 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 6-8PM • Advanced Drill & Play.................................... W 6-8PM

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 classes week of 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time 49842 19+ M 7:30-8:30P 49845 18+ Tu 8:00-9:00P 49848 19+ W 7:30-8:30P 49851 18+ Sa 9:00-10:00A 49843 19+ M 7:30-8:30P 49846 19+ Tu 8:00-9:00P 49849 19+ W 7:30-8:30P 49852 18+ Sa 9:00-10:00A 49844 18+ M 7:00-8:00P 49847 19+ Tu 8:00-9:00P 49850 18+ W 7:30-8:30P 49853 18+ Sa 9:00-10:00A

Date Wks Fee 06/11-06/25 3 $52/$72 06/12-06/26 3 $52/$72 06/13-06/27 3 $52/$72 06/09-06/23 3 $52/$72 07/09-07/23 3 $52/$72 07/10-07/24 3 $52/$72 07/11-07/25 3 $52/$72 07/14-07/28 3 $52/$72 07/30-08/13 3 $52/$72 07/31-08/14 3 $52/$72 08/01-08/15 3 $52/$72 08/04-08/18 3 $52/$72

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STP Information

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

SUMMER HOURS Mon-Fri...................................6AM-11PM Sat/Sun...................................7AM-7PM Holidays..................................8AM-5PM

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................... $10/hr

June Events

• June 1-3 ������������������ USTA June Challenger Boys & Girls 12’s & 14’s • June 29-July 1 ������� USTA Independence Day Open Boys & Girls 10’s, 12’s, 16’s & 18’s

August Events

• Aug. 10-12 �������������� Schaumburg August USTA Challenger Tournament Boys & Girls 10’s, 12’s & 16’s

• 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

Call 847/884-0678 for details and to sign up!

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

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

• Unlimited Yearly Pass................... $250 (must also have a membership)

STP Court Reservations

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 courttime 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........................................ $ 281.............$ 418 Family...................................... $ 374.............$ 605 Junior (17yrs & under)............. $ 123.............$ 194 Senior (55yrs & over).............. $ 151.............$ 245 Individual Corporate*............... $ 338.............$ 418 Five-person Corporate*........... $1,084.............$1,734 Ten-person Corporate*............ $1,440.............$2,308

Resident Non-Resident Adult........................................ $ 361.............$ 512 Family...................................... $ 512.............$ 736 Junior (17yrs & under)............. $ 131.............$ 211 Senior (55yrs & over).............. $ 211.............$ 296 Individual Corporate*............... $ 421.............$ 512 Five-person Corporate*........... $1,481.............$2,367 Ten-person Corporate*............ $2,234.............$3,421

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. *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 8 for additional information.

See page 8 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. SUMMER 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-9PM

“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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Summer C amps a t-a -Gl an c e

Camp registration began with spring registration, so some camps may be full. Full camp information is available in the summer camp brochure distributed with the Park District’s spring program guide and online at www.parkfun.com. All camps are available for online registration. KJHS-Keller Jr. High School | EJHS-Eisenhower Jr. High School | HP-Hoover Park | SHS-Schaumburg High School | SBS-Schaumburg Baseball Stadium

Barcode Age

Day Time

Date

Wks Location Fee

A thletic C amps All Star Instruction: Baseball

48186 6-10yrs M-F 1:00-3:00P 07/09-07/13 1 SC $100/$120

All Star Instruction: Flag Football

48188 6-8yrs M-F 11:00A-1:00P 06/18-06/22 1 SC $100/$120 48187 9-11yrs M-F 1:00-3:00P 06/18-06/22 1 SC $100/$120

All Star Instruction: Super Sports

Barcode Age 48715 4yrs 48716 5yrs 48717 6-9yrs 48718 3yrs 48719 4yrs 48720 5yrs

Day M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

Time Date Wks Location Fee 10:00-10:50A 06/18-06/22 1 OP $65/$85 11:00-11:50A 06/18-06/22 1 OP $65/$85 9:00A-12:00P 07/09-07/13 1 OP $135/$155 9:00-9:50A 07/09-07/13 1 OP $65/$85 10:00-10:50A 07/09-07/13 1 OP $65/$85 11:00-11:50A 07/09-07/13 1 OP $65/$85

Schaumburg Saxon Football Camp

48159 5-14yrs M-Th 3:00-4:30P

06/11-06/21 2 SC $77/$97

48189 5-7yrs M-F 1:00-3:00P 06/18-06/22 1 SC $100/$120 48190 8-11yrs M-F 1:00-3:00P 07/23-07/27 1 SC $100/$120 48191 9-12yrs M-F 9:00-11:00A 07/30-08/03 1 SC $100/$120

Schaumburg Saxon Lacrosse Camp

Ashley Berggren Basketball Camp

48758 7-12yrs M-F 9:00A-12:00P 07/09-07/13 1 MRC $115/$135

48038 9-13yrs M-Th 9:00-11:00A 07/16-07/19 1 SC $102/$122

Boys and Girls Summer Basketball Camps

48032 6-9yrs 48033 6-9yrs 48034 6-9yrs

M-Th 12:30-2:00P 06/25-06/28 1 SC $42/$62 M-Th 2:00-3:30P 06/25-06/28 1 SC $42/$62 M-Th 12:30-2:00P 07/30-08/02 1 SC $42/$62

Boys & Girls Volleyball Camps

48049 8-11yrs M-F 12:30-2:30P 06/18-06/22 1 SC $67/$87 48050 12-14yrs M-F 2:30-4:30P 06/18-06/22 1 SC $67/$87 48051 8-14yrs M-F 5:30-7:00P 08/06-08/10 1 SC $49/$69

Challenger Sports British Soccer Camps First Kicks 48153 3-4yrs Mini Soccer 48154 4-6yrs Half-Day 48155 6-14yrs Golden Goal 48156 6-14yrs

M-F 9:00A-12:00P 07/09-07/13 1 MRC $152/$172 M-Th 1:00-3:00P

07/09-07/13 1 MRC $45/$65

48192 6-14yrs M-F 9:00A-12:00P 06/18-06/22 1 SC $197/$217 48193 6-14yrs M-F 9:00A-12:00P 07/30-08/03 1 OP $197/$217

Gymnastics Team Camps - Team 3+

47838* 6-14yrs M-F 10:00A-3:00P 06/25-07/05 2 47842 6-14yrs M-Th 10:00A-3:00P 07/23-08/03 2

Tumble Cheer Camps

M-Th 10:00A-12:00P 06/11-06/21 2 M-Th 10:00A-12:00P 07/09-07/19 2 M-Th 10:00A-12:00P 08/06-08/09 1

SC SC

$201/$221 $230/$250

SC SC SC

$160/$180 $160/$180 $80/$100

Matt Walsh Basketball Camps

48024 9-13yrs M-F 9:30A-11:30A 06/11-06/15 1 SC $102/$122 48025 9-13yrs M-F 9:30A-11:30A 06/18-06/22 1 SC $102/$122

NADA Dodgeball Skills Camps

48157 7-14yrs M-F 9:30-11:30A 06/18-06/22 1 OP $47/$67 48158 7-14yrs M-F 9:30-11:30A 08/06-08/10 1 OP $47/$67

Pickleball Camps 8-10yrs 11-14yrs 8-10yrs 11-14yrs

M-F M-F M-F M-F

10:00A-12:00P 06/25-06/29 1 SC 10:00A-12:00P 06/25-06/29 1 SC 10:00A-12:00P 08/06-08/10 1 SC 10:00A-12:00P 08/06-08/10 1 SC

Professional Soccer Academy

48713 6-9yrs 48714 3yrs

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Skyhawks Track & Field Camp

48757 7-12yrs M-F 9:00A-12:00P 07/23-07/27 1 EJHS $115/$135

Sports Camp “Inside Out”

48194 8-13yrs M-F 10:00A-2:00P 06/11-06/22 2 SC $100/$120 48195 8-13yrs M-F 10:00A-2:00P 07/16-07/27 2 SC $100/$120 48196 8-13yrs M-F 10:00A-2:00P 07/30-08/10 2 SC $100/$120

Sports, Splash and Create Camps

Sportsters Camps

Coerver Coaching Soccer Academy Camps

49180 49181 49182 49183

48755 6-10yrs M-F 9:00-11:00A 08/06-08/10 1 OP $99/$119

M-F

48047 9-13yrs M-F 11:30A-1:30P 07/02-07/06 1 SC $102/$122

6-14yrs 6-14yrs 6-14yrs

Skyhawks Skateboarding Camp

M-F 9:00-10:00A 07/09-07/13 1 MRC $101/$121 10:30A-12:00P 07/09-07/13 1 MRC $118/$138

$42/$62 $42/$62 $42/$62 $42/$62

M-F 9:00A-12:00P 06/18-06/22 1 OP $135/$155 M-F 9:00-9:50A 06/18-06/22 1 OP $65/$85

06/12-06/28 3 SHS $47/$67

Skyhawks Flag Football Camp

48160 7-12yrs M-F 1:15-4:15P 48161 7-12yrs M-F 1:15-4:15P 48162 6-12yrs M-F 1:15-4:15P

Conant Cougar Girls Basketball Camp

47839 47840 47841

48771 10-15yrs Tu-Th 4:00-5:00P

48767 7-10yrs Pee Wee 48770 4-6yrs

06/11-06/22 2 MRC $87/$107 07/09-07/20 2 MRC $87/$107 07/23-08/03 2 MRC $87/$107

No class 7/4 M/W 10:00A-12:00P 06/11-08/01 8 MRC $100/$110 M/W 8:30-10:00A 06/11-08/01 8 MRC $87/$97

Tennis Camps - See pages 29-30 for tennis camps. True Lacrosse Camps

48197 9-13yrs Tu/Th 5:00-6:30P 48198 9-13yrs Tu/Th 5:00-6:30P

06/19-07/05 3 OP $122/$142 07/10-07/26 3 OP $122/$142

Volleyball Camps

48163 11-14yrs M-Th 11:00A-1:00P 07/09-07/12 1 KJHS $69/$89 48164 11-14yrs M-Th 11:00A-1:00P 07/16-07/19 1 KJHS $69/$89

Wrestling Camps

48165 10-15yrs M-F 12:00-2:00P 06/11-06/15 1 KJHS $42/$62 48166 10-15yrs M-F 12:00-2:00P 06/18-06/22 1 KJHS $42/$62

White Sox Baseball Summer Camps Beginner 48201 5-6yrs Intermediate 48202 7-8yrs Advanced 48203 9-11yrs

M-F 1:00-3:30P

07/30-08/03 1 SC $179

M-F 1:00-4:00P

07/30-08/03 1 SC $199

M-F 1:00-4:00P

07/30-08/03 1 SC $199

Chicago Bulls/White Sox Summer Combo Camp

Sox Half Day 48265 5-12yrs M-F 9:00A-12:00P 06/11-06/15 1 SC $199 Bulls Half Day 48255 5-12yrs M-F 1:00-4:00P 06/11-06/15 1 SC $199 Combo Full Day 48249 5-12yrs M-F 9:00A-4:00P 06/11-06/15 1 SC $375

Chicago Bulls Half-Day Summer Camps

Rookies 48045 6-8yrs M-F 8:30-11:30A 07/16-07/20 1 SC $201 Veterans 48046 9-12yrs M-F 1:00-4:00P 07/16-07/20 1 SC $201


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Barcode Age

Day Time

Date

Wks Location Fee

C ultural A rts C amps Art Excellence Camps 47611 47612 47613 47614 47615 47616

5-6yrs 5-6yrs 7-8yrs 7-8yrs 5-6yrs 9-12yrs

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

10:30A-12:00P 06/11-06/15 1 1:00-2:30P 06/11-06/15 1 10:00A-12:00P 06/18-06/22 1 1:00-3:00P 06/18-06/22 1 10:30A-12:00P 06/25-06/29 1 1:00-3:30P 06/25-06/29 1

CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC

$54/$74 $54/$74 $69/$89 $69/$89 $54/$74 $74/$94

Campapolooza - Taste of Music

48863 6-8yrs M-F 9:30A-12:00P 08/06-08/10 1 CRC $98/$118 48864 9-13yrs M-F 1:00-3:30P 08/06-08/10 1 CRC $98/$118

Cartooning Camps

Barcode Age Day Time Preschool Preview 47478 3-3.5yrs Tu/Th 9:30-11:30A Printing Fun with ABCs 48077 4-5yrs M/W/F 9:30-11:30A Sid the Science Kid 48083 4-6yrs M-F 9:00-11:00A Little Investigators 48084 3-4yrs M/W/F 9:30-11:30A Preschool Prisms 48085 3-4yrs Tu/Th 9:00-11:30A Summer Preschool Fun 48086 3-5yrs M/W/F 9:00-11:30A Color Splash 48087 3-4yrs Tu/Th 9:30-11:30A

47617 9-13yrs M-F 10:00A-12:00P 07/23-07/27 1 CRC $64/$84 47618 7-10yrs M-F 1:00-3:00P 07/23-07/27 1 CRC $64/$84

48266

Ceramics Camps

Jr. Adventure Club

47619 10-14yrs Tu-Th 1:00-3:00P 47620 10-14yrs Tu-Th 1:00-3:00P

06/19-06/28 2 CRC $83/$103 07/10-07/19 2 CRC $83/$103

Cultural Arts Sampler Camps

47621 6-8yrs M-F 9:00A-12:00P 07/23-07/27 1 CRC $95/$115 47622 9-13yrs M-F 1:00-4:00P 07/23-07/27 1 CRC $95/$115

Drama Camps 47624 47625 47626 47627

6-8yrs 9-13yrs 6-8yrs 9-13yrs

M-F M-F M-F M-F

10:00A-12:00P 07/09-07/13 1 CRC 1:00-3:00P 07/09-07/13 1 CRC 10:00A-12:00P 08/06-08/10 1 CRC 1:00-3:00P 08/06-08/10 1 CRC

$75/$95 $75/$95 $75/$95 $75/$95

Fashion Design Camp for Girls

47628 8-12yrs M-Th 9:00A-12:00P 06/25-06/28 1 CRC $127/$147

47494 47495 47496 47497 47498 47499

4-6yrs

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

48922 8-12yrs M-Th 1:30-4:30P 6/25-6/28 1 CRC $127/$147

Jewelry Camps

47632 6-9yrs W-F 10:00-11:30A 06/13-06/15 1 CRC $48/$68 47631 8-12yrs M-W 10:00-11:30A 07/16-07/18 1 CRC $48/$68 47630 6-9yrs Tu-Th 2:00-3:30P 07/24-07/26 1 CRC $48/$68

Lights, Camera, Action: Movies Camp

Batman 48928 8-12yrs M-Th 9:30-11:00A 06/18-06/21 1 CRC $89/$109 Spider-Man 48927 8-12yrs M-Th 10:00-11:30A 07/23-07/26 1 CRC $89/$109

Messy, Messy Artists! 47633 5-7yrs

Tu-F 10:30-11:30A 07/31-08/03 1 CRC $47/$67

Once Upon a Dream Dance Camp

48925 4-6yrs

No camp 7/4 M-F 9:00-10:30A 07/02-07/06 1 CRC $67/$87

Pom Camps 47634 47635 47636 47637

No class 6/28, 8/2 7-9yrs M/Tu/W/F 11:00A-12:30P 06/25-06/29 1 CRC 10-12yrs M/Tu/W/F 1:00-2:30P 06/25-06/29 1 CRC 7-9yrs M/Tu/W/F 9:00-10:30A 07/30-08/03 1 CRC 10-12yrs M/Tu/W/F 10:30A-12:00P 07/30-08/03 1 CRC

$57/$77 $57/$77 $57/$77 $57/$77

Video Game Animation Camp

47638 9-12yrs M-Th 12:30-2:00P 07/23-07/2 1 CRC $89/$109

Wild Artists

47639 7-10yrs M-W 10:30A-12:00P 08/06-08/08 1 CRC/NC $32/$52 $32/$52 47640 11-14yrs M-W 1:00-2:30P 08/06-08/08 1 CRC/NC Barcode Age

Day Time

Date

Wks Location Fee

E arly C hildhood C amps All early childhood camps are peanut-restricted environments. Plan on staying 15 minutes the first class to fill out necessary paperwork.

Early Childhood Camps Shapes Galore 48076 3-4yrs

M/W/F 9:30-11:30A

06/11-06/29 3

MRC

$132/$152

07/09-07/27 3

MRC

$99/$119

07/30-08/03 1

MRC

$55/$75

06/11-06/29 3

PSC

$99/$119

06/12-06/28 3

PSC

$83/$103

07/09-07/27 3

PSC

$124/$144

07/10-07/26 3

PSC

$66/$86

Lego速 Camps

47491 4-6yrs 47492 4-6yrs 47493 4-6yrs

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

9:00A-12:00P 06/11-06/15 1 PSC 9:00A-12:00P 06/18-06/22 1 PSC 9:00A-2:00P 06/25-06/29 1 PSC 9:00A-12:00P 07/09-07/13 1 PSC 9:00A-12:00P 07/16-07/20 1 PSC 9:00A-12:00P 07/23-07/27 1 PSC

M-F 1:00-2:00P M-F 1:00-2:00P M-F 1:00-2:00P

$83/$103 $83/$103 $138/$158 $83/$103 $83/$103 $83/$103

06/25-06/29 1 PSC $49/$69 07/16-07/20 1 PSC $49/$69 07/30-08/03 1 PSC $49/$69

Lego速 Camp Extravaganza 48006 6-9yrs

M-F 10:00-11:30A 06/11-06/15 1 PSC $68/$88

Interior Design Camp

No camp 7/4 10:30A-12:00P 07/02-07/06 1 CRC $67/$87

MRC

10:00A-12:00P 08/06-08/10 1 Bock $88/$108

Summer Adventure Camps

M-F

06/12-07/19 6

M-F

Girls Just Wanna Dance Camp 7-10yrs

Wks Location Fee

Fruits and Veggies to the Rescue Camp

Preschool in July

48926

Date

47487

3-5yrs

M/W/F 12:30-2:30P

07/09-07/27 3 PSC $99/$119

Omnivores, Herbivores and Me 47488 4-5yrs M-F 9:00-11:30A 06/18-06/29 2 PSC $138/$158 Space Explorers 47489 4-5yrs M-F 9:00-11:30A 07/09-07/20 2 PSC $138/$158 Sea Creatures 47490 4-5yrs M-F 9:00-11:30A 07/23-08/03 2 PSC $138/$158 Barcode Age

Day Time

Date

Wks Location Fee

G eneral I nterest C amps Adventure Day Camps 48206 48207 48208 48209* 48210 48211 48212 48213 48214 48215

7-11yrs 7-11yrs 7-11yrs 7-11yrs 7-11yrs 7-11yrs 7-11yrs 7-11yrs 7-11yrs 7-11yrs

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

*No camp 7/4 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 9:00A-5:00P 9:00A-5:00P 9:00A-5:00P

06/11-06/15 1 MRC $150/$170 06/18-06/22 1 MRC $150/$170 06/25-06/29 1 MRC $150/$170 07/02-07/06 1 MRC $120/$136 07/09-07/13 1 MRC $150/$170 07/16-07/20 1 MRC $150/$170 07/23-07/27 1 MRC $150/$170 07/30-08/03 1 MRC $150/$170 08/06-08/10 1 MRC $150/$170 08/13-08/17 1 MRC $150/$170

Adventure Day Camps Extended Care *No camp 7/4 AM Extended Care PM Extended Care Date Barcode Time Fee Barcode Time Fee 06/11-06/15 48217 8:00-9:00A $42/$52 48239 5:00-6:00P $42/$52 06/18-06/22 48218 8:00-9:00A $42/$52 48240 5:00-6:00P $42/$52 06/25-06/29 48219 8:00-9:00A $42/$52 48241 5:00-6:00P $42/$52 07/02-07/06 48220* 8:00-9:00A $34/$42 48242* 5:00-6:00P $34/$42 07/09-07/13 48221 8:00-9:00A $42/$52 48243 5:00-6:00P $42/$52 07/16-07/20 48222 8:00-9:00A $42/$52 48244 5:00-6:00P $42/$52 07/23-07/27 48223 8:00-9:00A $42/$52 48245 5:00-6:00P $42/$52 07/30-08/03 48224 8:00-9:00A $42/$52 48246 5:00-6:00P $42/$52 08/06-08/10 48225 8:00-9:00A $42/$52 48247 5:00-6:00P $42/$52 08/13-08/17 48226 8:00-9:00A $42/$52 48248 5:00-6:00P $42/$52

$99/$119

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Camp registration began with spring registration, so some camps may be full. Full camp information is available in the summer camp brochure distributed with the Park District’s spring program guide and online at www.parkfun.com. All camps are available for online registration. Barcode Age

Day Time

Date

Wks Location Fee

Bock Breakfast Club

48917 6-11yrs 48916 6-11yrs

M-F 9:00A-12:30P 06/25-06/29 1 Bock $43/$63 M-F 9:00A-12:30P 07/16-07/20 1 Bock $43/$63

Bock Afternoon Club 48737 6-11yrs 48738 6-11yrs

M-F 12:30-3:30P 07/30-08/03 1 Bock $43/$63 M-F 12:30-3:30P 08/06-08/10 1 Bock $43/$63

Chess Scholars Camp

48691 5-12yrs M-F 10:00-11:30A 06/11-06/15 1 PSC $115/$135 48692 5-12yrs M-F 1:30-3:00P 07/16-07/20 1 PSC $115/$135 48693 5-12yrs M-F 9:00A-12:00P 08/06-08/10 1 PSC $175/$195

Computer Game Design Camp

48923 9-13yrs M-Th 12:30-3:00P 07/16-07/19 1 SC $150/$170

Down & Dirty

48735 48736

6-11yrs 6-11yrs

M/W/F 1:30-3:00P 07/23-07/27 1 Bock $22/$33 M/W/F 10:00-11:30A 07/30-08/03 1 Bock $22/$33

H2-Whoa! Camp

48750 8-14yrs M-F 9:00A-5:00P 08/06-08/10 1 MRC $150/$170

LEGO® Mindstorms Robotics Camp

48918 8-13yrs M-Th 9:00-11:30A 07/16-07/19 1 SC $150/$170

Wet & Wild

48739 6-11yrs

M-F 1:30-3:30P

07/16-07/20 1 Bock $28/$42

KASPER Summer Camp - K thru 6th grade

Camp runs 7AM-6PM. 5-day, limited 3-day registration and a 2nd child discount are available. Call the KASPER office at 847/252-2888 for information. Register at the CRC April 9 - 13, 7AM-9:30PM. Locations: CRC, Bock, PSC and three District 54 schools (TBA). *No camp 7/4 Cost: $179.25 per week. A $30 (non-refundable) per week deposit is due along with the $25 (non-refundable) per child registration fee at registration. Week 1.........06/11-06/15 Week 4*...... 07/02-07/06 Week 7....... 07/23-07/27 Week 10..... 08/13-08/17

Week 2..........06/18-06/22 Week 5........ 07/09-07/13 Week 8........ 07/30-08/03

Week 3.......06/25-06/29 Week 6.......07/16-07/20 Week 9.......08/06-08/10

Barcode Age

Day Time

47666 6-7yrs

M-F 9:00A-12:00P 08/06-08/10 1 NC $83/$103

All About Frogs and Turtles Animal Crackers

47868 47869 Mini 47866 Mini 47867

10-12yrs M-F 9:30-2:30P 10-12yrs M-F 9:30-2:30P

Wks Location Fee

06/11-06/15 1 HF 07/23-07/27 1 HF

$125/$145 $125/$145

7-9yrs

M-F 9:30A-1:00P 06/18-06/22 1 HF

$88/$108

7-9yrs

M-F 9:30A-1:00P 07/16-07/20 1 HF

$88/$108

Birds, Bugs ‘n Books 47667

Date

5yrs

M-F

10:00A-12:00P 06/18-06/22 1 NC $50/$70

Campfire Cooking

47668 9-12yrs M-F 10:00A-2:00P 06/18-06/22 1 NC $110/$130 47669 9-12yrs M-F 10:00A-2:00P 07/16-07/20 1 NC $110/$130

Chores and Chortles

47872 47873 Mini 47870 Mini 47871

10-12yrs M-F 9:30A-2:30P 06/25-06/29 1 HF 10-12yrs M-F 9:30A-2:30P 07/30-08/03 1 HF

$125/$145 $125/$145

7-9yrs

M-F 10:00A-1:30P 06/11-06/15 1 HF

$88/$108

7-9yrs

M-F 10:00A-1:30P 07/23-07/27 1 HF

$88/$108

Cookin’ Up History

47876 47877 Mini 47874 Mini 47875

10-12yrs M-F 9:30A-2:30P 07/09-07/13 1 HF 10-12yrs M-F 9:30A-2:30P 08/06-08/10 1 HF

$125/$145 $125/$145

7-9yrs

M-F 10:00A-1:30P 06/25-06/29 1 HF

$88/$108

7-9yrs

M-F 10:00A-1:30P 07/30-08/03 1 HF

$88/$108

Fairytale Fun

47887 8-10yrs M-F 9:45A-2:00P 06/25-06/29 1 HF

Farmer Boot Camp

47878 8-12yrs M-F 2:30-4:30P 47879 8-12yrs M-F 2:30-4:30P 47880 8-12yrs M-F 2:30-4:30P

06/11-06/15 1 HF 07/16-07/20 1 HF 08/06-08/10 1 HF

$106/$126 $58/$78 $58/$78 $58/$78

Fossil Frenzy

47670 9-12yrs M-F 9:30A-3:30P 06/25-06/29 1 NC $165/$185 Barcode Age

Day Time

Date

Wks Location Fee

Half Day Bug Camps

S afety P ark C amps

47671 6-8yrs 47672 6-8yrs

All early childhood camps are peanut-restricted environments. Plan on staying 15 minutes the first class to fill out necessary paperwork.

Historian’s Apprentice

Safety Town

M-F 9:00A-12:00P 07/09-07/13 1 NC $75/$95 M-F 9:00A-12:00P 07/23-07/27 1 NC $75/$95

47881 13-15yrs M-F 9:45A-2:15P 06/18-06/22 1 HF 47882 13-15yrs M-F 9:45A-2:15P 07/16-07/20 1 HF

$116/$136 $116/$136

47500 4-6yrs M-F 9:30-11:30A 06/18-06/29 2 PSC $65/$85 47501 4-6yrs M-F 9:30-11:30A 07/09-07/20 2 PSC $65/$85 47502 4-6yrs M-F 9:30-11:30A 07/23-08/03 2 PSC $65/$85

Hoot ‘n Howl Adventure

M-F 7:15-9:45P

07/16-07/20 1 NC $63/$83

The Great Safety Adventure

47674 8-10yrs M-F 1:00-3:30P

07/30-08/03 1 NC $63/$83

47987

66mos-8yrs M-F

9:30A-1:30P

08/06-08/10 1 PSC $92/$112

Safety Explorers

48068 4-6yrs M-F 9:00-11:30A 06/11-06/15 1 PSC $42/$62 Barcode Age

Day Time

Date

Wks Location Fee

S pring valley C amps 1880s Venture Camps

*No camp 7/4 47865* 8-10yrs M-F 9:30A-1:45P 07/02-07/06 1 HF

All About Fish

47664 6-8yrs 47665 6-8yrs

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47673 9-11yrs

Insect Mania

Nature Buddies 47676

5-7yrs

Nature Quest 47675

5-6yrs

M-F

10:00A-12:00P 07/30-08/03 1 NC $50/$70

M-F

10:00A-12:00P 06/25-06/29 1 NC $50/$70

Outdoor Play

47677 8-10yrs M-F 9:30A-12:00P 07/30-08/03 1 NC $63/$83 $85/$105

M-F 10:00A-2:00P 06/18-06/22 1 NC $105/$125 M-F 10:00A-2:00P 07/30-08/03 1 NC $105/$125

Outdoor Play and Insect Mania Combo

47678 8-10yrs M-F 9:30A-3:30P 07/30-08/03 1 NC $137/$157

Pioneer Past-Times

47681 9-12yrs M-F 9:30A-3:30P 06/25-06/29 1 NC $155/$175


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Barcode Age

Day Time

Ponds, Puddles and Play

Date

Wks Location Fee

47679 10-12yrs M-F 10:00A-4:00P 06/11-06/15 1 NC $150/$170 47680 10-12yrs M-F 10:00A-4:00P 07/23-07/27 1 NC $150/$170

Rock Hounds

47682 7-8yrs

M-F 10:00A-2:00P 06/25-06/29 1 NC $110/$130

S.O.S. - Skills for Outdoor Survival

Barcode Age

Day Time Date Wks Location Fee No camp 7/4 47883 8-10yrs M-F 9:45A-2:00P 07/02-07/06 1 HF $85/$105

Victorian Finishing School Wee Sprouts

47884 5-6yrs 47885 5-6yrs 47886 5-6yrs

M-F 9:15A-12:00P 06/18-06/22 1 HF M-F 9:15A-12:00P 07/23-07/27 1 HF M-F 9:15A-12:00P 08/06-08/10 1 HF

Barcode Age

Day Time

$69/$89 $69/$89 $69/$89

47691 9-12yrs M-F 9:15A-3:15P 07/23-07/27 1 NC $150/$170

Safari Adventure

No camp 7/4 47689 6-8yrs M-F 9:30A-2:30P 07/02-07/06 1 NC $100/$120

Science Sleuths

47690 7-9yrs

Sounds are Alive 47692

5yrs

M-F 10:00A-2:00P 08/06-08/10 1 NC $100/$120 M-F

10:00A-12:00P 08/06-08/10 1 NC $50/$70

Spring Valley Survivor Camp

47693 8-10yrs M-F 9:30A-3:30P 07/09-07/13 1 NC $155/$175

Summer Science Camp

47694 9-12yrs M-F 10:00A-2:00P 07/16-07/20 1 NC $100/$120

Sweet Potatoes

47888 5-6yrs 47889 5-6yrs

M-F 9:15A-12:00P 07/09-07/13 1 NC $69/$89 M-F 9:15A-12:00P 07/30-08/03 1 NC $69/$89

Tribal Adventures

47695 8-12yrs M-F 10:00A-2:00P 08/06-08/10 1 NC $100/$120

Valley Ventures

47696 6-9yrs M-F 9:15A-2:15P 06/11-06/15 1 NC $125/$145 47697 6-9yrs M-F 9:15A-2:15P 07/16-07/20 1 NC $125/$145

Valley Ventures Half-Day Camps

47698 47699

5yrs 5yrs

M-F M-F

10:00A-12:00P 06/11-06/15 1 NC $50/$70 10:00A-12:00P 07/16-07/20 1 NC $50/$70

Date

Wks Location Fee

T een / Y outh C amps Historian’s Apprentice

47881 13-15yrs M-F 9:45A-2:15P 06/18-06/22 1 HF 47882 13-15yrs M-F 9:45A-2:15P 07/16-07/20 1 HF

Teen Voyager Camp

$116/$136 $116/$136

*No camp 7/4 48740 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 06/11-06/15 1 Bock 48741 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 06/18-06/22 1 Bock 48742 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 06/25-06/29 1 Bock 48743* 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 07/02-07/06 1 Bock 48744 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 07/09-07/13 1 Bock 48745 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 07/16-07/20 1 Bock 48746 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 07/23-07/27 1 Bock 48747 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 07/30-08/03 1 Bock 48748 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 08/06-08/10 1 Bock 48749 11-14yrs M-F 8:30A-4:30P 08/13-08/17 1 Bock

$155/$175 $155/$175 $155/$175 $125/$145 $155/$175 $155/$175 $155/$175 $155/$175 $155/$175 $155/$175

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Chicago Red Stars Girls Soccer Camps

Camps are open to girls of all skill levels. Red Stars camps provide a fun, educational and welcoming environment for girls to learn new skills and mature as players. Led by the Chicago Red Stars players and camps organization, Red Stars camps and training have the distinct advantage of a female staff, which allows athletes to address specific areas of improvement and experience camp at a pace that is representative of the women’s game. Camps include a T-shirt and other giveaways! For more information, visit redstarsgear.com. OP Half Day: $132/$152 *Full Day: $202/$222 - Bring your own lunch. Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info 6-15yrs M-Th 9:00A-12:00P 07/16-07/19 1 Half Day 49678 49679* 7-16yrs M-Th 9:00A-3:00P 07/16-07/19 1 Full Day

Pre-Engineering Camp with LEGO© WeDo Robotics

Using a LEGO © WeDo Robotics construction set and laptop computer, participants will be introduced to mechanical design, motors, sensors and robotics. Participants will be teamed with a partner. Each day will present a new design challenge. No prior experience necessary. Participants do not get to keep the construction set or computer. SC $95/$115 Barcode Age 50122 6-9yrs

Day Time Date M-Th 9:30-11:00A 08/06-08/09

Wks 4

Strategy 4 Kids Camps

Beat the heat, have fun learning and play non-video games. These camps are 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. PSC *CRC $120/$140 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49728* 7-11yrs M-F 10:00-11:30A 07/16-07/20 49729 7-11yrs M-F 1:30-3:00P 08/06-08/10 49730 7-11yrs M-F 1:30-3:00P 06/18-06/22

Wks 1 1 1

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Wacky Wagon Camp

Monday-Thursday, June 11 - July 19 • 9AM-Noon | 1-4PM* *Times vary on Wednesdays for field trips and picnics. No camp July 4.

A free, drop-in program held at Bock, MRC and CRC. You pick the site and just show up. No registration or long term commitment required. Swimming is offered Tuesdays and Thursdays at each location (CRC site swims at Atcher Island). Children must bring a valid swim pass or pay a daily fee ($4 for Bock and MRC pools, $5 for Atcher). Children will be asked to pass a basic swim test to be allowed to swim. Wacky Wagon is for children ages 6-12 years old.

A complete calendar of activities will be available on the first day of camp.

Wacky Wednesdays

Theme Fridays

Barcode Date/Time

Each Friday event takes place at a different site. Transportation not included. Pre-registration is required. Children must attend camp at least two days prior to participate in Theme Fridays.

Picnics and field trips require fees and pre-registration. Children must attend camp at least two days prior to participate in field trips. More information regarding picnics and trips will be given out the first day of camp. June 13............... Kick-off picnic at CRC 49968 9-11AM................ Activities at all sites. Pick up children at 11AM. 12-1:30PM........... Picnic lunch at CRC: $6/$8 1:30-4PM............ Swimming at The Water Works (children must bring a valid swim pass or pay a $5 daily fee)

9AM-Noon • $9/$13 (includes light snack)

Barcode Date June 15 49980

June 20............... Sport Center & Pilot Pete’s Field Trip: 49971 $20/$30 9AM-12:30PM..... Play at the Sport Center/Lunch at Pilot Pete’s 12:30-4PM.......... Swimming at Bock (children must bring a valid swim pass or pay a $4 daily fee)

Dino Dig at CRC Join other campers deep in the CRC jungle. Search for fossils, dig for dinosaur bones and play like paleontologists in pre-historic Schaumburg.

49977 June 22

49973 June 27............... Xtreme Trampolines Field Trip: $20/$30 9AM-12PM.......... Jumping good fun at Xtreme Trampolines in Carol Stream. Bring a sack lunch and drink. 12-1PM................ Dessert activity at Bock 1-4PM.................. Swimming at Bock (children must bring a valid swim pass or pay a $4 daily fee)

Around the World in 180 Minutes at MRC Japan for sushi, then cricket in England and onto Africa for a safari. All in three hours. Tour the globe participating in games, crafts and snacks from around the world.

49976 June 29

Massive Messy Fun at Bock Dress for mess! This day is designed to get down and dirty.

49979 July 6

Wacky Wagon Olympics at MRC From the rntrance of the torch to the closing ceremonies, celebrate the Olympics the wacky way. It is definitely not just for athletes.

49978 July 13

Wacky Wagon Rock Stars at MRC Embrace the glitter and glam of rock n’ roll. Air guitar, head banging and rock star face-painting will keep the kids rockin’ all morning long.

49974 July 20

Soaking in the Sun at CRC It’s all about getting soaked as campers play with water toys, water balloons and sponges. Wear a swimsuit and flip flops, and bring a towel.

July 11................ Police & Fire Station Tour and Volkening 49972 Lake Field Trip: $20/$30 9AM-1PM............ Tour Schaumburg’s Police and Fire Stations followed by lunch at Volkening Lake shelter and paddle boating. 1-4PM.................. Swimming at Bock (children must bring a valid swim pass or pay a $4 daily fee) July 18................ End of Season Picnic at CRC 49969 9-11AM................ Activities at all sites. Pick up children at 11AM. 12-1:30PM........... Picnic lunch at CRC: $6/$8 1:30-4PM............ Swimming at The Water Works (children must bring a valid swim pass or pay a $5 daily fee)

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Please note: Wacky Wagon Camp will be cancelled if rain continues until 8:30AM for morning sessions and 12:30PM for afternoon sessions. Programs may be cancelled due to low attendance which will be determined at 9:30AM for morning sessions and 1:30PM for afternoon sessions. Participant’s guardian will be notified of cancellation. For cancellations information, call 847/490-7015 after 8:30AM or 12:30PM.


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 Level Placement - For placement questions, call the dance coordinator at 847/490-7015, ext. 2024. Visiting Days - Parents and guests are invited to attend class on the last day of class only. Age Requirements - Dancers must meet the class age requirement by June 1, 2012. 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. 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 8 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.

POINTE III Dancers must be enrolled in Advanced I Ballet or higher and have completed Pointe II to the satisfaction of the instructor before enrolling in Pointe III. Highly technical combinations will be taught in this class. Pointe shoes are 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.

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.

INTERMEDIATE I-ADVANCED II 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. POINTE I and POINTE II Dancers must be enrolled in Intermediate I-Advanced II Ballet and have completed Pointe Transition/Beginning Pointe to the satisfaction of the instructor to enroll in Pointe I. To enroll in Pointe II, students must have completed Pointe I to the satisfaction of the instructor. Students will continue to work on proper technique and body placement, but will also begin learning more complicated and technical combinations. Pointe shoes are required for this class.

BASIC BALLET TECHNIQUE / TEEN JAZZ 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. Adult Dance-Ballet, Tap or Jazz The adult dance program is designed for beginning and returning adult dance students. Please dress comfortably.

Expressions Dance Company (EDC)

Dancers must audition to become a member of Expressions Dance Company. EDC performs at community and park district events. Some members will attend dance conventions and/or competitions.

Auditions for EDC and CDC: Tuesday, June 5

Tryout for 2012-2013 dance companies. New this year! The Schaumburg Park District introduces the Charmed Dance Company for 6 to 8-year-old dancers. Dancers must be at audition the entire time. Wear dance attire and bring dance shoes. Barcode Age Time 48907 9+ 6:30-9:30P 48906 6-8yrs 4:30-6:30P

Troupe Expressions Dance Company Charmed Dance Company

Location CRC CRC

If unable to audition at scheduled time, contact dance coordinator at 847/490-7015. For more information, visit www.parkfun.com.

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> Cultural Ar ts

The Cultural Arts Studios, composed of the Schaumburg School of Dance, the Theatre, Visual Arts Academy and Schaumburg Music Conservatory, have all the state-of-the-art equipment, facilities and staff needed for a full-service arts program. For information, contact the cultural arts supervisor at 847/490-7015, ext. 2023.

Schaumburg School of Dance 2012 Summer Lessons Schedule Classs

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Age

Day

Time

Location Instructor

Classs

Tutu Toddlers Tutu Toddlers Tutu Toddlers Tutu Toddlers Tutu Toddlers Tutu Toddlers Tutu Toddlers Tutu Toddlers Tutu Toddlers Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Budding Ballerinas Tiny Tappers Tiny Tappers Tiny Tappers Tiny Tappers Jazz’n Juniors Jazz’n Juniors Jazz’n Juniors Jazz’n Juniors Jazz’n Juniors Jazz’n Juniors Beginning Ballet Beginning Ballet Beginning Ballet Beginning Ballet Beg I Ballet Beg I Ballet Beg II/III Ballet Beg II/III Ballet

49058 49059 49060 49061 49062 49063 49064 49065 49066 48977 48978 48979 48980 48981 48982 48983 48984 48985 48986 48987 48988 49045 49046 49047 49048 49489 49490 49492 49491 49493 49494 48969 48973 48964 48965 48952 48974 48954 48972

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 5-up 5-up 5-up 5-up 7-up 7-up 9-up 9-up

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3:30-4:00P 9:30-10:00A 3:30-4:00P 10:00-10:30A 9:30-10:00A 9:30-10:00A 9:30-10:00A 9:30-10:00A 11:30A-12:00P 4:00-4:30P 10:30-11:00A 2:30-3:00P 4:00-4:30P 10:30-11:00A 11:30A-12:00P 10:00-10:30A 11:00-11:30A 10:30-11:00A 11:30A-12P 10:00-10:30A 11:00-11:30A 11:00-11:30A 4:30-5:00P 10:30-11:00A 10:00-10:30A 4:30-5:00P 3:00-3:30P 10:00-10:30A 11:00-11:30A 11:00-11:30A 10:30-11:00A 5:00-5:30P 6:30-7:00P 3:30-4:00P 10:30-11:00A 5:00-5:45P 1:30-2:15P 3:00-4:00P 5:30-6:30P

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

48968 Int I Ballet Int II/II - Adv. Ballet 48957 Basic Ballet Tech 48953 Floor Barre 48959 Pointe Transition 48960 Adult Ballet Workout 48951 48948 Leaps and Turns Beginning Tap 49039 49040 Beginning Tap Beginning Tap 49041 49029 Beg I Tap Beg I Tap 49030 Beg II/III Tap 49031 Int I Tap 49033 Int II/III - Adv. Tap 49034 Adult Tap Workout 49038 Adult Tap Workout 49539 Beginning Jazz 49012 Beginning Jazz 49013 Beginning Jazz 49014 Beg I Jazz 48997 Beg I Jazz 48998 Beg II/III Jazz 48999 Beg II/III Jazz 49000 Int I Jazz 49003 Int II/III - Adv. Jazz 49005 Teen Jazz 49004 Adult Jazz Funk 49011 Beg Hip Hop 48990 Beg I/II Hip Hop 48991 Beg II/III Hip Hop 48992 Int I/II Hip Hop 48993 Int II/III - Adv. Hip Hop 48994 Beg I/II Lyrical 49018 Beg III - Int I Lyrical 49019 Int II/III - Adv. Lyrical 49020 Beg I/II Modern 49023 Beg III - Int I Modern 49024 Int II/III - Adv. Modern 49025

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Age

Day

Time

Location Instructor

11-up 12-up 11-up 9-up 11-up Adult 9-up 5-up 5-up 5-up 7-up 7-up 9-up 11-up 12-up Adult Adult 5-up 5-up 5-up 7-up 7-up 9-up 9-up 11-up 12-up 12-up Adult 6-up 9-up 10-up 11-up 12-up 10-up 11-up 12-up 10-up 11-up 12-up

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7:00-8:00P 6:30-8:00P 5:00-6:00P 4:00-5:00P 6:00-7:00P 12:00-1:00P 5:00-6:00P 7:00-7:30P 3:00-3:30P 11:00-11:30A 4:00-4:45P 12:00-12:45P 3:30-4:30P 7:30-8:30P 5:30-6:30P 7:00-8:00P 8:15-9:15P 5:30-6:00P 4:00-4:30P 10:00-10:30A 5:45-6:30P 12:45-1:30P 4:30-5:30P 3:30-4:30P 4:30-5:30P 4:30-5:30P 12:00-1:00P 8:30-9:30P 3:00-3:45P 2:30-3:30P 3:00-4:00P 4:00-5:00P 7:30-8:30P 6:30-7:30P 6:30-7:30P 6:30-7:30P 7:30-8:30P 5:30-6:30P 5:30-6:30P

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

Meyer Molitor Meyer Meyer Meyer Meyer Molitor Miller Musial Dahm Molitor Dahm Miller Miller Miller Coleman Coleman Kramer Musial Dahm Dahm Musial Miller Musial Musial Molitor Kramer Dahm Molitor Musial Molitor Molitor Molitor Dahm Musial Molitor Dahm Musial Molitor

Schedule and instructors subject to change. Youth & Adult Class info (6 Wks): No class week of July 2-7.

Mon: June 11 - July 23

Tue: June 12 - July 24

Wed: June 13 - July 25

Thur: June 14 - July 26

Fri: June 15 - July 27

Sat: June 16 - July 28

Fees: 30 min: $45/$65 45 min: $50/$70 60 min: $53/$73 90 min: $62/$82

Instructors:

Keri Dahm Monica Kramer Ginnie Meyer Carrie Miller Ashley Molitor Diana Musial Margaret Palmer

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Belly Dance Tribal Fusion

Take your belly dance to the next level! Increase your strength, flexibility and body articulation. Class includes a dance therapeutic yoga warm up. You will learn a choreographed routine using Tribal Fusion Belly Dance technique. Attire: barefoot or flexible shoes and stretchable tight fitting clothes that will allow you to move easily. Bring a yoga mat, yoga strap or long scarf, notebook and water. Some belly dance experience is recommended. CRC Inst: Mari Peckham $57/$77 Day Time Date Barcode Age 50018 18+ M 10:00-11:00A 07/09-08/27

Wks 8

Belly Dance Tribal Fusion Fundamentals

This class focuses on learning and/or sharpening your belly dance technique! Each class will focus on a different part of the body or a movement type (slow and slinky, fast smooth, sharp moves, etc), learning basic technique and variations and experimenting with dance combinations. Attire: comfortable, stretchable tight-fitting clothes and barefoot or flexible shoes. All levels welcome. CRC Inst: Mari Peckham $57/$77 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 50019 18+ M 9:00-10:00A 07/09-08/27 8

FREE

S ocial D ance

Schaumburg Summer Dance Concerts

Fridays, June 1, July 6 and Aug. 3 • 6:30-9:30PM

Located at the Town Square gazebo, corner of Schaumburg and Roselle Roads. Bring lawn chairs.

Looking for a perfect start for your weekend? Come to Town Square where you can relax while enjoying live music, dancing, drinks, friends and warm summer nights. Schaumburg Summer Dance Concerts will offer a free introductory one-hour dance lesson by professional Arthur Murray instructors followed by two hours of free live music and dancing. Schaumburg Summer Dance Concerts are held the first Friday from June-August, weather permitting. Hours: 6:30 – 7:30PM: Dance lessons led by professional instructors 7:30 – 9:30PM: Live music and dancing

Visit www.parkfun.com for more information. June 1

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.

A Taste of Latin and Ballroom Dance

Dance instruction:

Foxtrot and Tango Band:

Eddie Harrison Quartet

Discover the wonderful world of ballroom and Latin dancing in this introductory refresher course. Improve your skills, learn new steps, and how to lead and follow. You will have fun dancing the waltz, tango, salsa and Fox Trot with just a few hours of enjoyable instruction.

July 6

Dance instruction:

Single and Triple Swing Band:

Paris Swing

Aug. 3

Dance instruction:

Salsa and Bachata

CRC Inst: Dance Tech $42/$62 per person No class 7/5 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 50020 16+ Th 6:45-8:00P 06/14-07/12 4

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 age 18 and over 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 46145 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

Band:

Guitarra Azul

Social/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. This is perfect for anyone that is in or going to a wedding. Waltz, swing, Cha Cha, contemporary and the lost art of slow dancing will be taught. Getting married? Bring your song in on tape or CD. Instructor can give you some quick ideas on dances at the end of class. CRC Inst: Dance Tech $42/$62 per person No class 7/5 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 50021 16+ Th 8:00-9:15P 06/14-07/12 4

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Schaumburg Park District Theater at the CRC

! a m o h Okla Rodgers & Hammerstein’s

Music by Richard Rodgers Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II Based on the play “Green Grow the Lilacs” by Lynn Riggs

Set in a Western Indian territory just after the turn of the century, the high-spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the colorful background against which Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their love story. Although the road to true love never runs smooth with these two headstrong romantics holding the reins, love’s journey is as bumpy as a surrey ride down a country road. There is no doubt they will succeed in a new life together. Their new life will begin in the brand new state of Oklahoma!

Friday, July 20............7PM Saturday, July 21.......6PM Sunday, July 22..........2PM Community Recreation Center Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Troupe

Calling all actors! Interested in participating in a dinner theatre event with murder on the menu? SPD is looking for actors 16 and older with improvisation skills or a desire to learn improvisation to participate in themed murder mystery shows. Challenge the sleuthing abilities of the audience with a special brand of wit, intrigue and deception. Those interested should email bewaller@parkfun.com.

Auditions: May 20 & 21 at CRC

Sunday, May 20

50106 1:00-1:15P 50109 1:45-2:00P 50112 2:30-2:45P

Monday, May 21

50113 5:00-5:15P 50116 5:45-6:00P

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

Dress-up Drama

Create a world of make believe in this drama class for kids! Look through your closets and dress your child in each week’s theme. A trunk full of props is provided. Kids get into character and role-play, having bundles of fun while exploring self-expression and making new friends. Week 2: Animal Adventure Week 4: Superhero Day.

CRC Inst: Jennifer Flentge $24/$36 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49923 4-6yrs Tu 4:00-4:45P 07/24-08/14 4

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50107 1:15-1:30P 50110 2:00-2:15P 50119 2:45-3:00P

50108 1:30-1:45P 50111 2:15-2:30P 50120 3:00-3:15P

50114 5:15-5:30P 50117 6:00-6:15P

50115 5:30-5:45P 50118 6:15-6:30P

If unable to audition at times listed, email bewaller@parkfun.com to make an appointment to audition.

P erforming A rts

Week 1: Fairytale Characters Week 3: Prince and Princess for a Day

Register for a time slot

Parts available for ages 7-adult. 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.

Private Acting with Jim Bruner

Jim Bruner has directed, acted and produced for professional and nonprofessional theatre for the past 40 years. He has worked as a drama teacher and acting coach for 15 years, as well as an actor, performance coach and the Celebrity Look-Alike Street Entertainer Supervisor for Universal Studios, Florida. CRC Inst: Jim Bruner $149/$169 Barcode Age Day Time 50125 12+ M Various

Date Wks 06/11-08/13 10

Time Travelers Theatre Ensemble

Free Friday shows once a month at STP Bar & Grill May 11, June 8, July 13 & Aug. 10 • 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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Street Theatre

Celebrating its 34th season!

Audition: Saturday, May 5 by appointment

Street Theatre is a paid summer traveling drama company for ages 16-25. The season runs June through July with rehearsals beginning in May. Those interested in auditioning for the company must contact the cultural arts supervisor at 847/490-7015, ext. 2023 or bewaller@ parkfun.com.

Performances: Mon/Wed/Thu, June 4 - July 26 7PM Curtain • FREE All plays are fun for the whole family! Bring a blanket or lawn chairs. Locations subject to change.

The Brave Little Tailor

“Seven at One Swat” reads the sash of the timid tailor, so it is not surprising that the royal family and frightened townspeople turn to him when they are threatened by three fierce giants. The kingdom does not realize that the tailor is only bragging about his prowess. Aware that the country’s fair princess is in danger, the tailor is determined to face his foes by using his wits. His trickery works and in a series of hilarious slapstick encounters, the giants defeat themselves. The “Brave Little Tailor” becomes the country’s hero and wins over the princess, kingdom and audience. June 4..........Addams School June 6..........CRC June 7..........Blackwell School

June 11........ Bock Park June 13........ Town Square Amphitheatre June 14........ Meineke Park

The Emperor’s New Clothes

The kingdom of Glump has been taxed to abstraction ever since their emperor became a pampered clothes horse with a lack of taste! Not only is he an egotistical hypochondriac, he has three “lovely” daughters who are quickly becoming chips off the old blockhead. The emperor and his family are so busy mismatching their wardrobe, the rest of the kingdom is in shambles. Enter two con artists who devise an ingenious plan for fleecing the emperor. Their pitch is a magic cloth which appears invisible to people unworthy of their position. Naturally, everyone chooses to “see” the magic cloth until the innocent candor of a child “reveals all.” The emperor is shamed into reforming his leadership role in society and his spoiled daughters learn a valuable lesson in humility. Based on the tale by Hans Christian Andersen. June 18........Addams School June 20........CRC June 21........Blackwell School

June 25........ Bock Park June 27........ Town Square Amphitheatre June 28........ Meineke Park

Jack and the Beanstalk

The story of Jack and the Beanstalk needs no introduction, but this version of the familiar folk tale introduces an assortment of characters guaranteed to delight youngsters in the audience. Jack’s father has been kidnapped by the terrible giant who lives in the clouds. To save his family from starvation, Jack must sell their beloved cow, Buttercup. He ends up trading her for a handful of magic beans. The beans sprout into a beanstalk which reaches into the sky! With the help of his good fairy, Frippery, Jack saves his father and destroys the evil giant. July 9...........Addams School July 11.........CRC July 12.........Blackwell School

Summer Breeze Concert Series

July 7 - Aug. 25 • 7PM Start • Free

Held lakeside on the grounds of the Robert O. Atcher Municipal Center. Pets are not permitted on the grounds during concerts.

July 7

New Odyssey

July 14

Jin and Tonic

July 21

Flat Cats

Aug. 11

The Voices

Aug. 18

Heartache Tonight

Aug. 25

Frank Winkler and the Symphonic Pops Orchestra

Three guys, 30 instruments and huge kicking sound! Outstanding arrangements of almost every style featuring everything from Beethoven to contemporary music, mixed with original treatments of comedy, music novelty and vocal acrobatics. A full seven-piece country band unlike anything you’ve heard before. Combining the power of three vocals and amazing musicianship, Jin and Tonic is one of the premier country bands performing in the Midwest today. Playing a range of vintage and modern music rooted in the hottest swinging jazz and blues, contemporary classics and timeless standards, the six-member Flat Cats will have you tapping your foot! Rated the #1 Motown and R&B tribute group in the Midwest, this group dazzles audiences with their authentic renditions of legends including The Temptations, Four Tops, Spinners, Stylistics, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, Barry White, Marvin Gaye and Lou Rawls. With their soaring harmonies and dynamic musicianship, this six-member group captures the excitement of one of the world’s super bands, The Eagles. Heartache Tonight showcases their greatest hits and has wowed audiences at Ravinia, House Of Blues, Taste Of Chicago and Wrigley Field.

For more than 20 years, the Symphonic Pops Orchestra, under the direction of Frank Winkler, has delighted audiences with a generous sampling of Broadway favorites and light classics, featuring exceptional vocalists and a top-notch 35-piece ensemble.

Sponsored by

July 23......... Bock Park July 25......... Town Square Amphitheatre July 26......... Meineke Park

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Schaumburg's Got Talent Friday, Aug. 10 • 6PM Start • CRC

Individuals or groups may audition to be a part of Schaumburg’s Got Talent. Those interested must register for auditions and download entry forms from www.parkfun.com. Contestants will have a mandatory rehearsal on Thursday, Aug. 9 from 4-8PM. You can choose to be a non-competitive or competitive act. All competing acts will be judged. Contestants from each age category with the highest judges’ scores go on to compete via web voting on www.parkfun.com.

Categories Age: Talent:

Youth: 4-7 years, Tween: 8-12 years | Teen: 13-18 years Young Adult: 19-25 years | Adult: 26+ Singer, Musician, Dancer, Magician, Juggler, Acrobat, Comedian, Actor

Tickets go on sale at the CRC north registration counter Aug. 1. Ticket price is $6 for both youth and adults.

For information, call 847/490-7015 or visit www.parkfun.com.

Barcode Act Fee 49925 Competitive $10/$15 per person 49927 Non-competitive $5/$10 per person

Groovin’ Guitar Gang

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 question, call the music coordinator at 847/490-7015, ext. 2031 for program information. For private music lessons, see pages 45-46.

Music Classes for the Very Young See pages 50 & 51 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: Rob O’Connor $72/$92 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49074 8-12yrs W 5:00-6:00P 07/11-09/12 10 49075* 8-12yrs W 6:00-7:00P 07/11-09/12 10 *Instructor recommendation required

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: Rob O’Connor

$91/$111

*No class 9/1

• 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 49071* 13+

Day Time Date Wks M 6:30-7:30P 07/09-09/17 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 49073 13+

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Day Time Date Wks W 7:00-8:00P 07/11-09/12 10

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. Class will perform at the Cultural Arts Open House in Sept. 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 Day Time Date Wks Barcode Age 49069 7-9yrs Tu 5:00-5:45P 07/10-09/11 10 49070 10-13yrs Tu 4:00-4:45P 07/10-09/11 10


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Wee Play Piano - Summer Condensed Session for 3-4 year olds The same program offered in the fall, winter and spring—condensed to five weeks to accommodate kids going back to school in late August. A great refresher before moving to the next level.

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

CRC

Kids on Keys

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: CB-Carole Bryan; MRR-Marie Rose Rusiana; MHH-Mary Helen Harrison $71/$91 No class 9/1 & 9/3

• 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 49081 49091 49087 49086

Age Day 5-7yrs M 5-7yrs M 5-7yrs W 5-7yrs Sa

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

Date Wks Inst 07/09-09/17 10 CB 07/09-09/17 10 MHH 07/11-09/12 10 MHH 07/14-09/22 10 MRR

• 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 49082 49088 49083

Age Day 5-7yrs M 5-7yrs W 5-7yrs Sa

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

Date Wks Inst 07/09-09/17 10 CB 07/11-09/12 10 MHH 07/14-09/22 10 MHH

• 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 Date Wks Inst 49089 5-7yrs M 7:00-7:45P 07/09-09/17 10 MHH 49084 5-7yrs Sa 10:00-10:45A 07/14-09/22 10 MHH

• 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. Barcode Age Day Time 49090 5-7yrs W 6:00-6:45P

Date Wks Inst 07/11-09/12 10 MHH

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 Inst: MHH-Mary Helen Harrison; MRR-Marie Rose Rusiana $111/$131 No class 9/1 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49097 7-9yrs Tu 4:00-5:00P 07/10-09/11 49098 7+ Tu 6:30-7:30P 07/10-09/11 49099 7+ Th 4:00-5:00P 07/12-09/13 49100 7+ Th 5:00-6:00P 07/12-09/13 49101 7+ Th 6:00-7:00P 07/12-09/13 49102 7+ F 4:30-5:30P 07/13-09/14 49095 5-7yrs Sa 12:00-1:00P 07/14-09/22

Wks Inst 10 Staff 10 Staff 10 MRR 10 MRR 10 MRR 10 MHH 10 MRR

Inst: Carole Bryan

$69/$89

No class 8/6 & 8/9

• 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 Day Time 49434 3-4yrs M/Th 9:00-9:45A

Date 07/09-08/16

Wks 5

• 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 Day Time Date 49430 3-4yrs M/Th 11:00-11:45A 07/09-08/16

Wks 5

• 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 Day Time Date 49431 3-4yrs M/Th 12:00-12:45P 07/09-08/16

Wks 5

• 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 Day Time 49432 3-4yrs M/Th 1:00-1:45P

Date 07/09-08/16

Wks 5

P rivate M usic C lasses | J uly 1 - O ct . 3 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 a 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.)............. 49163 Piano (45 min.).............. 49425 Saxophone................... 49422 Violin/Viola................... 49426 Voice............................ 49423 Clarinet......................... 49427 Flute............................. 49424 Guitar............................ 49428 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 44-45.

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Learn the fundamentals of jazz and blues New Orleans style from a New Orleans native who has been playing professionally for 30 years in the styles of James Booker, Professor Longhair and Fats Domino. This class is for students with a little piano background who are interested in improvisation fundamentals to enhance their musical experience. Instructor Steven Rohbock

Age 7+

Days Available Various

Location CRC

Fee $185/$205

Wks 12

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. Instructor Age Days Available Location Carole Bryan 7+ M-F CRC Mary Helen Harrison 7+ M-Sa CRC Miho Nakagawa 7+ Sa, Su CRC Josefina Rusiana 7+ Tu-F CRC Marie Rose Rusiana 7+ Tu, Sa CRC

Fee $185/$205 (30 min.) $185/$205 (30 min.) $185/$205 (30 min.) $278/$298 (45 min.) $185/$205 (30 min.) $278/$298 (45 min.) $185/$205 (30 min.)

Wks 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

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 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. Instructor Kevin Mikol

Age 10+

Day Available M

Location CRC

Fee $185/$205

Wks 12

Private Flute 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. Instructor Carole Bryan

Age 7+

Days Available Various

Instructor Kevin Mikol

Private Saxophone Lessons

Location CRC

Fee $185/$205

Wks 12

Private Classical Guitar Lessons

Learn the fingerstyle technique (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. Instructor Peter Jump

Age 10+

Days Available Tu

Location PSC

Fee $155/$175

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. Instructor Rob O’Connor Peter Jump

Age 10+ 10+

Days Available M, W Tu, W

Location PSC PSC

Fee $155/$175 $155/$175

Wks 10 10

Age 10+

Day Available M-W

Location PSC

Fee $155/$175

Wks 10

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. Instructor Kevin Mikol

Age 10+

Day Available M

Location CRC

Fee $185/$205

Wks 12

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. Instructor Lisa Herwaldt

Age 10+

Day Available M, Th

Location CRC

Fee $185/$205

Wks 12

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. Instructor Mary Helen Harrison Kevin Mikol Anne Walton

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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. Lucas Leckie is a percussionist in the University of Illinois at Chicago Symphonic Band and will teach rudiments, simple and complex rhythms, stick handling, set play, music reading and drum solos using the Essential Elements Percussion book. Instructor Lucas Leckie

Day Available M

Fee $185/$205

Private Percussion/Drum 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. Age 10+

Location CRC

Age 10+ 10+ 10+

Days Available M-Sa M M

Location CRC CRC CRC

Fee $185/$205 $185/$205 $185/$205

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Oriental Masks

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 Inst: Stephanie Coughlin $59/$79 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 50121 6-10yrs Sa 9:00-10:00A 06/16-07/21 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 $71/$91 Fee includes supplies. Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49907 14+ M 6:30-8:30P 06/18-07/23 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 $57/$77 Fee includes supplies. No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49909 6-8yrs W 3:30-4:45P 06/13-07/25 6

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 $71/$91 Fee includes supplies. Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49910 8-13yrs M 4:00-6:00P 06/18-07/23 6

Clay Time, Play Time for You and Me

Students create their own fancy domino mask by using the technique of collage, color paper, glue, paints and fancy accessories. Students develop creative thinking and explore their imagination. Students provided with unique and luxury paper wrap. CRC Inst: AnetaArt Instructor $10/$12 Barcode Age Day Time Date 50123 5-7yrs W 5:00-5:45P 06/27

Patriotic Pals

Red, white and blue - they’ll be lots of fun for you! This new class will include crafts, games and snacks. Be sure to dress for a mess. CRC Inst: Jenn Flentge $11/$17 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49920 5-7yrs Th 6:00-7:30P 06/28

Stained Glass

Discover the beautiful world of stained glass with Richard Diens, owner of Goodwood Studio. With over 30 years experience in the stained glass industry, Richard will help you create a simple stained glass window hanging or an architectural stained glass piece to enhance any home. Learn the basic copper foil method and advanced lead came method of construction. Instruction includes glass cutting techniques, design, glass color selection and assembly. Supplies are not included in fee, but will be available at the first class. CRC Inst: Richard Diens $65/$85 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 48945 16+ Tu 6:30-8:15P 05/15-06/19 6

Sunny Funny Hats

Students create their own design for a sunny funny hat Students use their imagination and develop creative thinking while using mixed techniques and collage. Students provided with unique and luxury paper wrap. CRC Inst: AnetaArt Instructor $10/$12 Day Time Date Barcode Age 50124 5-7yrs Th 5:00-5:45P 06/28

You and your 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 $41/$61 Fees include supplies. No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 6 49912 3-5yrs W 11:30A-12:30P 06/13-07/25

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 $59/$79 Barcode Age Day Time 49922 11-14yrs Tu 6:00-7:00P

Date 07/24-08/28

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Drawing Technique

Learn the secrets that make drawings POP through contour lines, shading and three-point perspective. This class teaches techniques to help students develop skills and imitate life through a series of projects. CRC $59/$79 Fee includes supplies. Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49921 13+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 07/24-08/28 6

May Day Follies

May is for flowers, maypoles and treats galore. This one-day class will be blooming with crafts, games and snacks. Be sure to dress for a mess. CRC Inst: Jennifer Flentge $11/$17 Barcode Age Day Time Date 48908 5-7yrs Th 6:00-7:30P 05/17

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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 you and your child. You must make arrangements for siblings not registered for class. Nurseries are available at CRC and MRC. Check the front desk for hours. Please register your child 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.

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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.

The 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 $38 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 Monday through Friday, 9AM-5PM, 847/490-7036, for availability.

Birthday Parties at Safety Park

Ken Alley Safety Park offers three uniquely-themed birthday parties! We will supply a safety lesson, pizza, beverages, invitations and cake. All paper products are included. See page 14 for information.

Drive, peddle and ride around Safety Park on the 18-passenger trackless train, big wheels and/or the electric jeeps. There will be safety-related movies and crafts available in the party room. Children must follow all safety rules. Helmets and gym shoes must be worn while riding big wheels and jeeps. While the train is operating, children may not be on the Safety Park street. Parent must attend class with child. PSC $10 $5 per add’l child Barcode Age Day Time 47442 3-7yrs Su 1:00-3:00P 49520 3-7yrs Su 1:00-3:00P 49521 3-7yrs Su 1:00-3:00P

Mini Chefs ,

‘Stir’ up some fun! Mix up an edible or decorative project each week and enjoy a story and art activity. Parent must attend class with child.

Safety Park Camp Out

Grab a flashlight and enjoy an afternoon of camping! Safety Park will become a campground of fun. Camping tents will be set up for various activities including crafts, stories, songs, games and s’mores. Participants may bring their own tents to pitch, but it is not required. Apply sunscreen and bug spray before arriving. Families may choose to bring a sleeping bag or blanket (one per family). PSC $10/$15 per family Barcode Age Day Time Date 49963 3+ Sa 1:00-3:00P 06/23

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A great opportunity for your child to attend class without you! Students will make and eat tasty treats based on familiar movies and characters. Recipes will include Truffula fruit treats, edible light sabers and Ice Age sundaes. A super-duper ice cream sundae will be a wonderful way to end the session! Plan on filling out important paperwork the first day of class. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. CRC Inst: Laura Picardi $32/$47 Barcode Age Day Time 49508 4-6yrs M/W/F 9:30-10:30A

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Summertime Snacks

C ooking

CRC Inst: Beth Police $32/$47 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49505 30mos-4yrs Tu 6:00-7:00P 06/12-06/26

Sundays at Safety Park ,

Date 08/13-08/17

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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. Fairytale Kingdoms 

F itness

Monday Night Fun I, 

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: Kathryn Rybicki $40/$60 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49511 2-4yrs M 6:00-7:00P 06/18-07/30 7

Wiggles, Giggles and Fun I,

It’s action — toddler style! Stimulate coordination through art, music and play. Dress comfortably. Parent must attend class with child.

CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $40/$60 No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date 10:00-11:00A 06/20-08/08 49533 15-24mos W

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Babygarten ,

Babygarten is much more than a play group! Infants and their caretakers will share nursery rhymes, songs, books and also make a toy or a 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 Inst: Laura Picardi $34/$51 No class 7/2 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49522 Birth-15mos M 10:45-11:45A 06/18-07/30

Wks 6

Color Creations ,

Join your child in discovering all the colors of the rainbow. Each class will highlight a color. Each child will create many colorful pages and projects. By the end of the session, each child will have created a portfolio of colorful creations! Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Sherri Page $40/$60 No class 6/26 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49524 2-3yrs Tu 9:00-10:00A 06/19-08/07 7

The Runaway Circus

Wednesdays, July 11-Aug. 1 • CRC

No need to run away to join the circus, circus training is coming to the CRC! Learn juggling, creative movement, acrobatics, balancing acts and character development and clowning. See page 57 for details.

Once upon a time in a kingdom far, far away lived beautiful princesses and handsome princes. Class activities include singing, dancing, dressing up, and making special treasures and keepsakes in a world of magic and make believe. Use your imagination and let your fairytale dreams come true. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. CRC Inst: Sherri Page $40/$60 No class 6/26 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49527 3-6yrs Tu 4:30-5:30P 06/19-08/07 7

In The Big Blue World ,

Have an underwater adventure with Nemo and his ocean friends. Through stories, songs, crafts and water play the deep blue sea will be explored together. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Sherri Page $40/$60 No class 6/26 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49523 22-42mos Tu 10:30-11:30A 06/19-08/07

Wks 7

Just For Me 

Parents will attend the first 15 minutes with the child exploring the room. The children will spend the next 45 minutes without parents, enjoying large motor activities, music and art experiences. 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. CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $114/$134 No class 7/2, 7/5 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49532 28mos-3yrs M/Th 1:00-2:15P 06/18-08/09

Wks 7

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 $40/$60 No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49535 18mos-4yrs W 11:15-12:15P 06/20-08/08

Wks 7

Let’s Paint and Sing ,

Children will be exposed to various art media and painting techniques. Each week’s art project relates to songs sung in class. Dress for mess! Paint smocks are provided, but you may bring your own smock or old shirt. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Kristy Riddle $40/$60 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49530 2-3yrs Th 9:00-10:00A 06/28-08/09 7 49531 2-3yrs Th 10:30-11:30A 06/28-08/09 7

Monday Morning Friends ,

Start the week off right! Participants will enjoy music, songs and parachute play. You will have fun, bond with your baby and meet new friends! Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Laura Picardi $40/$60 No class 7/2 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49528 12-24mos M 9:30-10:30A 06/18-08/06

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> Early Childhood 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 $72/$92 No class 7/7 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49510 42mos-5yrs Sa 9:30-11:30A 06/23-08/11 7

Teddy Bear Picnic ,

Bring your favorite teddy bear on an adventure. Children will create a tasty treat, play games, sing songs, listen to stories and create an art project. Class will eat at the park, weather permitting. Bring a blanket and picnic lunch. No peanuts or nut products may be brought to class. Parent must attend class with child. CRC $10/$15 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49544 30mos-4yrs F 11:30A-1:00P 08/03

Toddler Time ,

A special time for you and your child. Enjoy music, art and finger plays. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Jessica Redmond $40/$60 No class 7/7 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49525 12-20mos Sa 9:00-10:00A 06/23-08/11 49526 18-30mos Sa 10:15-11:15A 06/23-08/11

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Tot Explosion ,

Expand your child’s imagination while exploring a new adventure each week. Creative movement, art, music and stories will complete a child’s journey full of wiggles and giggles! Social independence, language and motor skills develop as children learn to follow directions, take turns and share. Parent must attend class with child. CRC Inst: Dana Wiencek $49/$69 No class 7/3 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49504 2-4yrs Tu 6:45-8:00P 06/19-08/07 7

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Babies on the Grow 0,

Do you want to learn more about your new baby’s early development? Are you interested in ideas and activities that will help promote bonding and provide rich, sensory-motor activities for very young babies? This class is designed to provide information, games, songs and activities to stimulate early learning, vision and motor development as well as ideas to make tummy time enjoyable for baby. Learn surprising things your baby can already do and how you can foster these early abilities. Parent must attend class with child. PSC $17/$26 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49546 1-6mos Sa 1:00-1:45P 08/04

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 Lackwoski $34/$54 No class 7/6 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49537 4-6yrs F 9:30-10:30A 06/22-08/03 6

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Construction 101 0

Do you have a little builder? Join this class and learn about tools, screwdrivers, tape measures and hammers. Practice following architectural blue prints by constructing a tower, bridge or rocket. The last class will be a parent/child class. Each couple will get to build a special project lead by Home Depot personnel. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork to the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. PSC Inst: Laura Picardi $30/$45 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49542 4-6yrs Sa 9:00-10:00A 06/16-07/14 5

Friendly Friday 0,

You and your child will play games, sing songs, listen to stories, create an art project and socialize. Each evening has a unique theme and all activities will be based on that evening’s theme. Friendly Friday is a great way to spend time with your children and meet other families. Space is limited, please register early. Parent must attend class with child. • Toot!Toot! All Aboard the Birthday Party Express Children and their parents will take turns chugging through the Ken Alley Safety Park on the trackless train! More toot-tooting fun will follow at the CRC! PSC Inst: Dianne Hirsch, Ghazala Mohsin $10/$15 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49506 18mos-4yrs F 6:30-8:00P 07/13

• Little Olympians Celebrate the Summer Olympics! Recreate the Olympic rings, decorate a flag and listen to patriotic music! Games include basketball, volleyball, hockey and gymnastics. Dress in red, white or blue to support the Olympic team! CRC Inst: Dianne Hirsch, Ghazala Mohsin $10/$15 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49507 18mos-4yrs F 6:30-8:00P 08/03

It's a Potty Party and You're Invited! 0,

This class provides a fun way to introduce the concept of potty training. Learn potty-time signs that represent five steps in using the potty. Emphasizing these five steps makes it easier and more enjoyable for toddlers to learn the parts of the potty time routine. Children will sing songs, play games and hear funny stories about using the potty. Parents will receive Baby Signs potty training tips with ideas for starting and staying motivated with potty training! Visit www.babysignsprogram.com/bywendyaufant for more information. Parent must attend class with child. PSC $17/$26 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49549 1-3yrs Sa 3:15-4:15P 06/16 49548 1-3yrs Sa 10:30-11:30A 08/04

Kid Rock & Tot Rock 0,

Clap your hands and tap your toes because at Kid Rock anything goes! Children use their imaginations while singing songs, dancing to the beat, playing with rhythm instruments and props, and practicing fine and large motor skills. This unique curriculum incorporates various learning styles while combining play with music, enhancing listening skills and promoting socialization. Parents participate in Kid Rock I. Kid Rock II is without parent participation and encourages independence. It’s fun and learning that can’t be “beat!” Tot Rock is an introductory class with a large sensory component. Children use maracas and tambourines, play with a parachute and beanbags, and explore 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. Sing, dance and play the Tot Rock way! Visit www.rockitkids.com for more information. Bock $74/$94 No class 7/3 Barcode Age Day Time 49512 12-24mos Tu 9:15-9:55A 49513 20-36mos Tu 10:00-10:40A 49514 3-5yrs Tu 10:45-11:25A

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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.

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. • Creatures at the Ocean Participants will enjoy story time, singing, movement, song games, playing instruments, creative movement, finger plays, chants, craft and exploratory time. This program engages the curiosity, natural musical gifts and sensitivity of very young children. Children love Creatures at the Ocean because they sing, move and play with mom, dad or caregiver while learning about the great outdoors, nature-friendly ideas and all kinds of interesting creatures unique to the coastal environment. Put on beach clothes and get ready for an ocean adventure! The $30 material fee includes picture folders, story cards, CD, instrument and craft materials. Parent must attend class with child. PSC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $62/$82 No class 7/2 & 7/9 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49515 18mos-4yrs M 9:30-10:30A 06/18-07/30 49518 18mos-4yrs M 5:30-6:30P 06/18-07/30

Register at www.parkfun.com Reading Readiness 0

This program is designed to strengthen your child’s reading readiness skills through games and activities. A certified reading specialist will gear activities towards your child’s needs. Lesson plans include working on letter recognition, letter-sound correspondence, phonemic awareness and concept of print. You child will have the opportunity to master the buidling blocks of learning how to read. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www.parkfun.com. PSC $72/$92 No class 7/5 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49552 4-6yrs Th 10:00-10:45A 06/21-08/09

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• Peek-A-Boo, I Love You! Learn new songs, lullabies and ways to say “I love you” using touch, Mother Goose rhymes, literature books and chants. Activities include instrument play, American Sign Language and special parent-baby dances that stimulate baby’s eyes, body and mind. Parents connect with other newborns and families in the community and learn how music improves the child development process. The $30 material fee includes a hardcover book, duck mitten and gertie ball. A CD features a slip-in, slip-out lyric book and a home activities poster. Parent must attend class with child. PSC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $57/$77 No class 7/2 & 7/9 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49516 1-18mos M 11:00-11:45A 06/18-07/30

Wks 5

• On the Road This clamp features music, stories, crafts, and makes the most of your child’s burgeoning imagination and ability to learn more words and solve problems. Take imaginary trips to summer vacation locations including the carnival, a summer cottage and the beach. Crafts use simple materials - most can be found around the house. Parents learn more about how music improves a preschooler’s ability to think, reason, create and express. The $30 material fee includes a hardcover book and wooden frog guiro instrument. A CD includes a slip-in lyric book and home activities poster. PSC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $67/$87 No class 7/2 & 7/9 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49517 4-7yrs M 1:00-2:00P 06/18-07/30 5 49519 4-7yrs M 7:00-8:00P 06/18-07/30 5

Math Readiness 0

Will your child be ready for kindergarten math? A certified teacher with over 20 years of teaching/tutoring 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. Lesson plans will include number recognition, number sequence, concept of numbers, counting, shapes, patterns and categorizing. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at www. parkfun.com. PSC $72/$92 No class 7/5 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49553 4-6yrs Th 11:00-11:45A 06/21-08/09 7

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> Early Childhood Sign with Baby! 0,

Do you wish you had a glimpse into what your baby is thinking, feeling or needing? Baby Signs teaches babies simple gestures for communicating with their parents and caregivers. Learn how to begin signing with baby, effective ways to teach signs and ideas, songs and activities to make signing enjoyable during daily routines! Learn how signing reduces tears and tantrums, makes learning to talk easier and boosts self confidence. Parent must attend class with child. For additional information, visit www.babysignsprogram.com/ bywendyauffant.

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 $49/$69 No class 7/5 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49536 20mos-4yrs Th 6:30-7:45P 06/21-08/09

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PSC $22/$33 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49550 1-12mos Sa 2:00-3:00P 06/16 49547 1-12mos Sa 11:45A-12:45P 08/04

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 55 children per day, per school, with limited three-day availability.

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: 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 the Bock 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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Preschool

Preschool - Sept. 4, 2012 to May 22, 2013 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.

2012-13 Preschool runs Sept. 4, 2012 to May 22, 2013 The Pat Shephard Center is available to take preschool registrations Monday evenings during summer classes, June 4 - Aug. 6.

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.

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.

Call 847/490-7036 for more information. 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 Fun Fair

Friday, May 18 • 10AM-1PM

Join the Park District preschool children and staff at the Pat Shephard Center for games, pony rides, a petting zoo and face painting! Picnic food will be available for an additional cost. Pre-registration for current preschool students will be available through each child’s class. Come rain or shine! Parent must attend with child. PSC $9/pre-registered child $11/child day of event Barcode Age Day Time Date 47440 18mos-6yrs F 10:00A-1:00P 05/18

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, 2012. Proof of residency and birth certificate are required. Registration taken at the Pat Shephard Center only. MRC Code Days Time Dates Fee MAMP2 Tu/Th 9:15-11:15A 09/04/12-05/21/13 $673.20/$774.52 MAMP3 MWF 9:30-11:30A 09/05/12-05/22/13 $960.30/$1104.83

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3-Year-Old Preschool Programs

4-Year-Old Preschool Programs

• Children who will enter kindergarten in 2014 and 3 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2012 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. Please refer to your child’s preschool acceptance letter for your child’s first day and beginning of the year important dates! • Classes start the first Tuesday or Wednesday after Labor Day and end before Memorial Day.

• Children who will enter kindergarten in 2013 and 4 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2012 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. Please refer to your child’s preschool acceptance letter for your child’s first day and beginning of the year important dates! • Classes start the first Tuesday or Wednesday after Labor Day and end before Memorial Day. • Children enrolled in kindergarten are not eligible for preschool.

• Early Learners The 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 your child’s curiosity and sense of wonder. Following Illinois Early Learining Standards, 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 MA32 MRC MP32 MRC BA32 Bock PA32 PSC PA32a PSC PP32 PSC MA33 MRC PA33 PSC

Days Time Fee Tu/Th 9:15-11:30A $755.48/$869.04 Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P $673.20/$774.52 Tu/Th 9:00-11:00A $673.20/$774.52 Tu/Th 9:30-11:30A $673.20/$774.52 Tu/Th 9:15-11:30A $755.48/$869.04 Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P $673.20/$774.52 M/W/F 9:15-11:45A $1201.83/$1382.25 M/W/F 9:15-11:45A $1201.83/$1382.25

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 $960.30/$1104.83 BA3W Bock W/F 9:00-11:00A $653.40/$751.74 PA33a PSC M/W/F 9:15-11:30A $1077.67/$1239.66 PA3W PSC W/F 9:15-11:30A $733.26/$843.48 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. PSC M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P $980.10/$1127.61 PP33 PP34 PSC M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:30P $1296.90/$1492.09

• 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 Time Fee MP32P MRC Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P $673.20/$774.52 BA32P Bock Tu/Th 9:00-11:00A $673.20/$774.52

• English and Japanese Threes Children fluent in either Japanese or English are welcome to register for this class. In this play environment, your child 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. 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 Time Fee PA3J PSC Tu/Th 9:15-11:30A $755.48/$869.04

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

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 $1099.89/$1265.22 MP43b MRC M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:45P $1455.41/$1674.18 BP43a Bock M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $1099.89/$1265.22 BP43b Bock M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:45P $1455.41/$1674.18 PP42 PSC Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $755.48/$869.04 PP43a PSC M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $1099.89/$1265.22 PP43b PSC M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:45P $1455.41/$1674.18

• English/Japanese Preschool Children fluent in either Japanese or English are welcome to register for this 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 teachers will provide class experiences rich in American and Japanese customs. A great class for Japanese children wishing to develop English language skills. Barcode Facility Days Time Fee PA4J PSC M/W/F 9:00-11:30A $1201.83/$1382.25 *Those enrolled in the English/Japanese morning class may add this special fitness class.

• Be Active, Be Healthy* Have fun stretching and moving your muscles! Each child must 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 Fee 11:30A-2:30P $861.30/$990.64

• Gateway to Kindergarten This program is for the more mature child and 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

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Time Fee 8:45-11:30A $926.84/$1065.56 8:45-11:30A $926.84/$1065.56 9:00-11:30A $842.52/$969.00 8:45-11:30A $1322.11/$1519.99 8:45-11:30A $1322.11/$1519.99 9:00-11:30A $1201.83/$1382.25 9:00A-12:00P $1440.45/$1656.96

Time Fee 9:00-11:30A $2031.96/$2337.00


General Interest A dult & T een

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

Learn a new hobby. Participants work at their own pace starting with basic stitches and advancing to more intricate ones. Students will make crochet squares which can be connected into an afghan sampler. 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.

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.

MRC $66/$86 Day Time Date Wks Barcode Age 49671 18+ Th 7:00-8:30P 06/21-07/26 6

Bock Inst: George LeClaire $25/$37 Barcode Age Day Time Date 50025 14+ Tu 7:00-9:00P 07/24

Crochet

Knitting

Come and 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 $55/$75 No class 8/9 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49672 18+ Th 7:00-8:30P 08/02-09/06 5

Dog Obedience

To participate in any level of the dog obedience program, dogs must be up-todate on all shots and be at least 6 months old. A six-foot leash and properlyfitted 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. Beginner - Dogs are taught to sit and down-stay while distracted, when handlers are out-of-sight, come immediately when called off-leash, heel without pulling, automatic sit and stand-stay for grooming. MRC Inst: Patti Howerton, Pals for Pups $150/$170 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info 16+ M 6:30-7:30P 06/11-08/13 10 Beginner 49663 49664 16+ M 7:30-8:30P 06/11-08/13 10 Beginner

Let’s Get Organized!

Let’s talk about clutter and how to get rid of it. Come to this class if you want to find the top of the dining room table, keys, the phone bill and checkbook again. Learn easy steps and key words to get started with organized living. Participants will discuss what to save and how to put everything in its place. Discover how much free time there is once you’re organized. Bock $20/$30 Barcode Age Day Time Date Info 50000 18+ M 7:00-8:30P 06/18 Easy as ABC! 50001 18+ M 7:00-8:30P 07/09 Basements & Garages 50002 18+ M 7:00-8:30P 07/23 Piles vs. Files 50003 18+ M 7:00-8:30P 08/06 Clutter-free Kitchens & Pantries

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 $100/$120 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 50024 14+ Tu 7:00-9:00P 08/07-08/14 2

Enjoy early evening fun at Yappy Hour on Friday, June 29 from 5:307:30PM! Lynfred Winery will provide samples of their award winning wine. Activities include games, agility course and crafts for kids area. See Special Events page 81 for details.

Dog Obedience - Puppy Preschool

This class is designed to get your 8-week to 5-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 puppy play biting, house training, leash walking, greeting people politely, learning not to guard food or bones and learning to be handled and petted by everyone. Each class will have time for questions and answers. Bring a toy for your puppy to play with and share during class. All puppies must be up-to-date on all shots. MRC $60/$80 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49665 16+ M 5:45-6:30P 06/11-07/02 4 49666 16+ M 5:45-6:30P 07/09-07/30 4

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Adventure Nights

Drop your kids off at STP for a night of themed group games, sports, pizza and fun! While you’re out to dinner and a movie, STP’s talented and trained staff will be the entertainment your children need. Children will play a variety of active group games and sports on STP’s sport court, followed by pizza and beverages in the nursery. This is a great way for parents to get away and for children to meet new friends! Register for all three and save! STP $35/$55 Add’l child: $27 *$46/$66 Add’l child: $39 Date Info Barcode Age Day Time 49862 6-10yrs F 6:30-9:30P 06/15 Father’s Day 49863 6-10yrs F 6:30-9:30P 07/13 Summer Fun 49864 6-10yrs F 6:30-9:30P 08/10 Back-to-School 49865* 6-10yrs F 6:30-9:30P 06/15-08/10 Combo

This fun and informative course is designed for hearing teens to learn basic signs and expressions used in American Sign Language. American Sign Language is a complex language that uses signs formed by hands, facial expressions and body language. Students will have fun while mastering a new language. Research has shown that exposure to sign language increases the socialization of hearing children. Save time! Forms are available online at www.parkfun.com. Bring completed paperwork to the first class. Pat Shephard Center is a peanut-restricted environment, PSC Inst: Kathryn Rybicki $34/$51 Barcode Age Day Time 49509 12-15yrs Tu 6:30-7:15P

Date 06/19-07/24

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Camp Literature

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 *CRC $42/$62 Barcode Age Day 49726 7-10yrs W 49998* 7-10yrs M 49727 7-10yrs W

Time Date 4:30-5:30P 06/06-06/27 10:30-11:30A 06/11-07/02 4:30-5:30P 07/11-08/01

Wks 4 4 4

How to Make Balloon Animals and More!

Did you ever want to learn how to make those cool balloon animals you see at parties? With a little practice, children will learn how to take a plain balloon and transform it into a fun creation. Children will get to take home their creations at the end of class. Parents are welcome to join the class for free. Bock $25/$38 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49670 6-13yrs Th 6:00-7:30P 07/12

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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. Pat Shephard Center is a peanut-restricted environment, PSC *Bock $64/$84 Barcode Age Day 49674 11-15yrs W 49675 11-15yrs W 49676* 11-15yrs W 49677* 11-15yrs Th

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

Date 06/20 07/18 08/15 08/16

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.’ Session two will clarify the concepts of credit and debit cards, ATM machines, bank accounts and check books. Participants will be provided play money, check books, credit and debit cards, and a notebook to balance their accounts. Participants will learn the basics and value of money management. Bock *CRC Inst: Debjani Sen Barcode Age Day 49722 7-10yrs Tu 49999* 7-10yrs M 49723 7-10yrs Tu

$42/$62 Time Date 4:30-6:00P 06/12-07/03 10:30A-12:00P 07/09-07/30 4:30-6:00P 07/10-07/31

Wks 4 4 4

Magic Classes

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 $20/$30 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49667 5-12yrs W 5:15-6:10P 07/11 49668 5-12yrs M 6:30-7:25P 08/06

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The Runaway Circus

No need to run away to join the circus, circus training is coming to the CRC! This program is run by professionals with diverse circus backgrounds. Lessons include juggling, creative movement, acrobatics, balancing acts and character development and clowning. This program provides a fun and exciting curriculum full of adventure and exploration! At the end of every class, children will take home a skill sheet, so they can keep practicing what they have learned in class. 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.therunawaycircus.com. CRC $65/$85 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49540 2-3yrs W 6:15-7:00P 07/11-08/01 4 49541 4-6yrs W 7:10-7:55P 07/11-08/01 4

STP Kids Movie Night

Kids, put on comfy clothes or pj’s, bring a pillow and get ready for a movie! STP supplies the flick, the popcorn and soda! The movie starts at 7PM. STP $7/$9 Barcode Age Day 49866 8-11yrs F 49867 8-11yrs F 49868 8-11yrs F

Time 7:00-8:30P 7:00-8:30P 7:00-8:30P

Date 06/08 07/06 08/03

FREE Noonie Times Entertainment Series

Wednesdays, June 20 - July 25 • Noon-1PM CRC Outdoor Theater

Enjoy great free entertainment at the CRC outdoor theater. Bring a picnic blanket and lunch, or purchase a lunch or snacks. Groups and camps are welcome. June 20 ����� Jason Kollum -- Juggler. June 27 ����� Mr. Singer and the Sharp Cookies -- Chicago’s favorite family band. July 4 �������� No concert. Enjoy your holiday! July 11 ������ Super Stolie and the Rockstars -- An interactive rock show for kids. July 18 ������ Cold Blooded Creatures -- A close-up look at reptiles, presented by Jim Nesci. July 25 ������ Little Miss Ann -- Upbeat folk rock for kids. Entertainment is subject to change. In case of inclement weather, entertainment will be indoors.

Travel USA

Whether its learning the hula in Hawaii or stargazing in Hollywood, from coast to coast and north to south, the possibilities of travel and discovery are endless in the USA. Discover the USA, one state at a time, and learn about its history, traditions and famous landmarks. Bock Inst: Debjani Sen $42/$62 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info 49724 5-9yrs Th 4:30-6:00P 06/14-07/05 4 East Coast 49725 5-9yrs Th 4:30-6:00P 07/12-08/02 4 West Coast

Summer Fun Cooking Series for Kids

These deliciously fun classes are perfect for your young chef. All supplies are included. Bbring a container to take home your yummy treats! Bock

Inst: Joanne Walker

$29/$43

• Summer Sweets Make fudge, lollipops and other sweet treats! Barcode Age Day Time 49715 6-12yrs Tu 3:30-5:00P

Date 06/12

• Crazy Cupcakes If you are tired of boring cupcakes, this class is for you! Make cupcakes in different shapes and sizes. Perfect ideas for your next party! Barcode Age Day Time 49714 6-12yrs Tu 5:30-7:00P

Date 06/12

• Frozen Delights Make chilly treats to beat the summer heat! Barcode Age Day Time 49716 6-12yrs Th 3:30-5:00P

Date 06/14

• Girls Cooking Goodies Girls will make easy and delicious snacks. Snack ideas will be great after school treats. Barcode Age Day Time 49721 6-12yrs Th 5:30-7:00P

Date 06/14

• Summer Goodies for 4-5 Year Olds Enjoy a summer evening with your child. Learn to make butterfly buns, edible flowers and fish cupcakes! Time with your child and sweet treats — a perfect combination! Parent must stay for class. Barcode Age Day Time Date 49720 4-5yrs M 6:00-7:30P 06/18

• Summer Fun Foods Make foods that resemble the signs of the summer including butterfly wands, edible firecrackers, lovely ladybugs and delicious dragonflies! Barcode Age Day Time 49717 6-12yrs Tu 3:30-5:00P

Date 06/19

• Fun Fruits Learn fun ways to make yummy treats with fruit! Perfect ideas for summer picnics and barbecues. Barcode Age Day Time 49718 6-12yrs Tu 5:30-7:00P

Date 06/19

• Microwave Munchies Children will learn to make easy, delicious snacks by themselves without using the stove. Snack ideas will be great to use as afternoon treats! Barcode Age Day Time 49719 6-12yrs Th 3:30-5:00P

Date 06/21

• Foods for Dudes (Boys Only!) Class will make super snacks that growing boys crave. This class is for boys only and will introduce kitchen basics and recipes. Barcode Age Day Time 49732 6-12yrs Th 5:30-7:00P

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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. 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.

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

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-thisworld 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

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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

Banquet info: 847/490-7074

www.chandlerschophouse.com

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Schaumburg Golf Club Rates - 2012 18 Holes Standard Corporate SPD Golf ID • Monday thru Friday......................................................................... $41 $34 $27 • Saturday, Sunday & Holidays......................................................... $52 $46 $39 Juniors & Seniors (valid Monday Noon-4PM & Tuesday thru Friday until Noon) • Seniors (55 years & older).............................................................. $26 • Juniors (17 years & under).............................................................. $22

$22 $22

Other Fees • Golf Carts 9 Holes............... $9.50/rider 18 Holes ............ $17/rider Twilight............... $12/rider Pull Cart............. $5/18 holes Pull Cart............. $3/9 holes

Standard Corporate SPD Golf ID 9 Holes • Monday thru Friday......................................................................... $19.50 $15 $12.50 • Saturday, Sunday & Holidays......................................................... $22 $19 $16

• Club Rentals 9 Holes............... $18/set 18 Holes............. $35/set

Juniors & Seniors (valid Monday Noon-4PM & Tuesday thru Friday until Noon) • Seniors (55 years & older).............................................................. $12.50 • Juniors (17 years & under).............................................................. $10

• Range Balls Warm-up..............$4 Practice................$8

$10 $10

SGC Specials-18 Holes Standard Corporate SPD Golf ID • Monday Madness Special (Available after Noon)...................... $38 $38 $38 • Tuesday thru Friday Special (Available after 3PM)..................... $32 $22 $17 • Saturday, Sunday & Holidays Special (Available after 3PM)...... $39 $32 $24

• General Golf Info New SPD Golf ID Card......... $20 Renew SPD Golf ID Card..... $10 Ind. Corp Golf ID Card.......... $35 Daily Locker Rental................. $5

Schaumburg Golf Club is closed until noon on Mondays.

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)

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

Schaumburg Park District (SPD) Golf Photo ID Card

SPD resident green fees are available only by presenting a valid 2012 resident golf ID card. A Schaumburg Golf Club and Walnut Greens golf ID may be purchased new for $20. You may renew your resident golf ID or add a resident golf ID to your current SPD resident fitness pass for $10. A driver’s license or state ID may be used as proof of residency when applying for all resident golf IDs. New Resident SPD Golf ID:........$20 • Renew SPD Golf ID or add to current resident fitness membership:........$10

Individual Corporate Golf ID Card

The Individual Corporate Golf Card is available to those employees who work at companies located within the Schaumburg Park District. The corporate card entitles the bearer to corporate golf rates. A current payroll stub and photo ID may be used as proof of employment when applying for the corporate golf ID card. Schaumburg Park District corporate fitness passes are ineligible to receive corporate golf rates. New and Renew Individual Corporate Golf ID Card:........$35

Save the Date 5th Golf Outing Benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation

Wednesday, Aug. 8 Schaumburg Golf Club, 401 N. Roselle Road

For information, see page 87 or visit www.schaumburggolf.com. Includes complimentary barbecue dinner with open bar by John Barleycorn.

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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 begins Tuesday, May 1. Time: 9-10AM Cost: $60/session or $25/class Lesson Session 1 Rules, Etiquette and Introduction to Golf.................... Monday, June 11 Short Game.................................................................. Wednesday, June 13 Full Swing..................................................................... Friday, June 15

Session 2 Monday, July 16 Wednesday, July 18 Friday, July 20

Session 3 Monday, Aug. 6 Wednesday, Aug. 8 Friday, Aug. 10

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

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

walnutgreensgolf.com

facebook.com/SchaumburgGolf

Adult Group Instruction

S G C L eagues

Men’s & Ladies’ Golf League

This competitive 9-hole after work league for golfers is designed to give players an opportunity to develop skills in tournament type conditions. Registration began Monday, April 4 at SGC. Open to the first 32 players in each league. Full payment is due at registration. A substitution list will be created and league members will be responsible for finding a substitute for any league day they cannot play. No refunds for no shows. Rain checks issued for rain only. Weekly points will be issued for each weekly event. Gift card payouts will be awarded to top point winners at the final event of the season. SGC $250 fee for season covers 9 holes & event entry Age Day Time Date Wks Info 18+ M 5:00-6:10P 04/30-07/23 13 Men 18+ Tu 5:00-6:10P 05/01-07/24 13 Ladies

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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 847/8859000 for details.

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Level I This is a class for beginners. The series provides basic golf knowledge about the rules, safety and equipment, navigating the course, golf etiquette and keeping score. Learn the fundamentals of putting, chipping and full swing. Classes meet for three one-hour sessions. Golf clubs are available for those who need them. 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, June 2...... Introduction to Golf Saturday, June 9...... Short Game and Full Swing (Irons only) Saturday, June 16.... Full Swing Level II This class is geared toward beginners to intermediate players with a 20+ handicap. Fundamentals covered are posture, grip, alignment and ball position with an emphasis on putting, chipping and development of the full swing. 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, June 23.... Fundamentals of Golf Saturday, June 30.... Short Game and Full Swing Saturday, July 7........ Full Swing 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 14...... Full Swing Irons only Saturday, July 21...... Full Swing Woods only Saturday, July 28...... Full Swing Woods and Irons

Co-Rec Adult Group Golf Lesson Series

These lessons are a perfect way to get started playing golf or to hone the skills of an experienced player. The hour is designed to teach and improve fundamentals. Each session will cover one or more areas: putting, chipping, pitching and full swing. Skills are reviewed and demonstrated while the majority of time is spent practicing and working with the instructor. The fifth session is a fun round with your group at Walnut Greens to apply new skills. Bring your golf clubs to the first session. Clubs may be supplied if necessary. SGC $80/$100 Min:4/Max:8 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49176 18+ Th 5:30-6:30P 04/26-05/17 4+ 49175 18+ Tu/Th 5:30-6:30P 05/22-05/31 4+ 49177 18+ Tu/Th 5:30-6:30P 06/05-06/14 4+ 49178 18+ Th 5:30-6:30P 06/21-07/12 4+ 4 weeks of lessons plus one round at Walnut Greens. Register online or at the CRC.


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Tee Times

1150 N. Walnut Lane Golf/Pro Shop: 847/490-7878 Online: 14 days in advance at www.walnutgreensgolf.com Telephone: 7 days in advance at 847/490-7878

Golf Carts at Walnut Greens Walnut Greens golf carts: $7 per rider.

Gift Cards

Stop in and purchase a gift card for the golfer who has everything. A great gift for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.

Junior/Senior 10 Round Pass

One pass, one price for all juniors and seniors — $70 • Good any day of the week including weekends. • Rounds can be used for any junior/senior in your group. • Valid only for the 2012 golf season.

Resident Photo ID Card

Resident greens fees will be available only by presenting a valid 2012 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 on page 59.

Dress Code Policy

Walnut Greens enforces its dress code policy. Men must wear a presentable shirt with sleeves. Tank tops, sleeveless shirts, swim suits 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.

G olf C linics and L essons

Women’s Clinics

Registration at Walnut Greens began March 12. Lessons at Schaumburg Golf Club. For information or registration, call the Walnut Greens golf shop at 847/490-7878. • Full Swing Clinic: Irons and Woods Get a head start on the golf season with a one-hour lesson from an LPGA Professional. Clinic covers the fundamentals of grip, stance and ball striking. Each student is evaluated. SGC Inst:Peggy Ellsworth, LPGA Pro Min:3/Max:10 Age Day Time Date Fee 18+ Tu 5:30-6:30P 05/15 $20 18+ Sa 10:00-11:00A 06/02 $20

Walnut Greens Rates - 2012 GREEN FEES:

DAILY

WEEKEND

Standard SPD Golf ID Standard SPD Golf ID • Adult....................... $11.00.......... $9.50 $13.............$11 • Junior*.................... $ 9.00.......... $8.00 $13.............$11 • Senior*................... $ 9.00.......... $8.00 $13.............$11 • Family 3/4**............ Discount $3

Discount $3

• Replay.................... $6 $8 • Pull Cart Fee.......... $2 $2 • Golf Cart Fee.......... $7 per rider $7 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.

W alnut

G reens

L eagues

Walnut Greens offers an opportunity for players of any skill level to improve their game. Participants play nine holes and compete in a weekly contest (e.g. closest to the pin). Tee times may vary. No refunds for no-shows. Rain checks issued for rain only. Registration begins March 12 at Walnut Greens.

Adult Golf Leagues - Join with a Friend! Fee includes green fees and prizes. Pull cart additional fee. WG $127.50/$147 *Senior rates available Age Day First Tee Time Date 18+ M 9:00A 05/07-08/13 18+ Th 5:00P 05/10-08/09 18+ W 5:30P 05/09-08/15

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Junior Golf Summer League

Walnut Greens junior leagues are created to give young players an opportunity to develop their game in a less stressful environment than a regulation golf course. It is non-instructional, therefore juniors need to be familiar with the game and comfortable enough to get around the course. Players must have their own clubs or rent a set from the shop. Green fees included, pull cart additional. WG $56/$63 Age Day First Tee Time 9-17yrs Th 9:00A

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Health and Fitness Fitness Unlimited

Participants 14 years and above 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 April 28 - June 16 will receive the early bird discounted price. Punch cards may be purchased at the regular price beginning June 17. A 50% discount will be offered to participants on additional punches if they originally purchased the 36 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 36 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. 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.

Summer Schedule

June 17 - Sept. 8 | Free Classes June 17 - 23

The schedule is subject to change. Visit CRC, MRC, Bock, STP or www.parkfun.com for current schedule.

Land Group Fitness: June 17-Sept. 8 Monday

AM

Tuesday

No class 5/30 & 7/4 Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9-10AM Step Circuit •Fitness Studio

9-10AM Lean and Limber •Studio 2/3

9-10:10AM Step Challenge •Fitness Studio

9-10AM Time Factor •Fitness Studio

8-9AM Hardbodies •Fitness Studio

10:30-11:30AM Kick, Punch, Crunch •Fitness Studio

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

10-11AM Yoga Fusion •Dance Studio 3

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

10-11AM Piloxing •Fitness Studio

9:15-10:15AM NEW - Lean and Limber •Fitness Studio

12-12:45PM Core and More •Dance Studio 3

CRC

847/490-2505

Saturday

9-10AM NEW - PiYo •Dance Studio 2

5:45-6:15PM Core and More •Fitness Studio

6:15-7:15PM Strength Fusion •Fitness Studio

6:15-7:15PM S.C.R.E.A.M. •Fitness Studio

5:45-6:15PM Resist-A-Ball •Fitness Studio

Sunday

9:30-10:45AM Basic Training •Fitness Studio

6:15-7:15PM Hardbodies •Fitness Studio

6:15-7:15PM Piloxing •Fitness Studio

PM 847/985-2143

8:40-9:40AM Cardio Combo

6-6:45AM Time Factor

8:40-9:40AM Step Circuit

MRC

8:40-9:30AM Basic Training

8:40-9:30AM Core and More

8:40-9:30AM Basic Training

10-11AM Piloxing

Fitness Unlimited Class Descriptions

Land Fitness

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. 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. Hardbodies - Group strength training designed to meet the needs of everyone from

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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. 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. Piloxing - A unique mix of pilates and boxing that moves into a fat-torching, musclesculpting, core-centric interval workout, guaranteed to whip you into shape. The

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(See schedule on next page.) 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. S.C.R.E.A.M. - (Sweat, Condition, Renew, Energize And Motivate!) Get and STAY in

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 Challenge - This class is for step lovers who want to challenge themselves with high-energy choreography. 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.


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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 our fitness facilities is $5/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. Note: Towel service is available at CRC and MRC for 50¢. Program participants are encouraged to bring their own towel.

Aqua Fitness: 6/17-8/5 8/19-9/8 8/5-8/18 ONLY

6/17-7/7 7/16-8/4 8/19-9/8

6/11 8/5-8/20 - 8/4 ONLY

847/490-2505

Water Works Bock

847/985-2143

STP

Early Bird Rates Res.

Regular Rates

Non Res.

Res.

Non Res.

12 Punches.................................. $ 51.00......$ 63.00......................... $ 54........... $ 66 24 Punches.................................. $ 97.20......$122.40......................... $102........... $126 36 Punches.................................. $138.60......$176.40......................... $144........... $180 Yearly Passholder Rates Schaumburg Park District Fitness Center Yearly Membership Passholders receive 50% off Fitness Unlimited Card regular rates.

Res. Non Res. 12 Punches........ $27.00........ $33.00 24 Punches........ $51.60........ $63.60 36 Punches........ $72.00........ $90.00

WW: June 17-Sept. 8 No class 7/4, 9/3 & 8/5-18 | Bock: June 11-Aug. 20 No class 7/4 STP: June 17-Sept. 8 No class 7/4, 9/3 & 7/8-15

Monday

847/884-0678

14yrs +

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

6:10-7:10AM Power Splash

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

6:10-7:10AM Power Splash

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

7:30-8:20AM Power Splash

7:15-8:05AM Aqua Motion

7:15-8:15AM Power Splash

7:15-8:05AM Aqua Motion

7:15-8:15AM Power Splash

7:15-8:05AM Aqua Motion

8:30-9:30AM Deep Dynamics

6:45-7:45PM Power Splash

6-7PM Deep Dynamics

8-9AM Deep Dynamics

8-9AM Power Splash

8-9AM Deep Dynamics

8-9AM Power Splash

8-9AM Deep Dynamics

8-9AM Deep Dynamics

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

8-9AM Deep Dynamics

6:10-7:10AM Deep Dynamics

6-7AM Deep Dynamics

8-9AM Power Splash

8-9AM Deep Dynamics

8-9AM Power Splash 9-10AM Power Splash

9-10AM Aqua Interval

9-10AM Power Splash

1-1:50PM Aqua Motion

1-1:50PM Aqua Motion

1-1:50PM Aqua Motion

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

6-7PM Power Splash

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

6-7PM Power Splash

6:10-7:10AM Power Splash

7:15-8:15AM Power Splash

6:10-7:10AM Power Splash

7:15-8:15AM Power Splash

7:15-8:05AM Aqua Motion

7:15-8:05AM Aqua Motion

9-10AM Power Splash

9-10AM Aqua Interval

1-1:50PM Aqua Motion

1-1:50PM Aqua Motion

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

6-7PM Power Splash

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

7:20-8:15AM Aqua Motion

Sunday 8-9:30AM Power Splash

During The Water Works shut down (8/5-8/18) • STP will run it’s usual schedule with the addition of M/W 6:10AM Power Splash, M/W/F 7:15AM Aqua Motion, M 6:45PM Power Splash, Sa 8:30AM Power Splash and Su 8AM Power Splash. • Bock will run it’s usual summer schedule with the addition of Tu/Th 6:10AM Deep Dynamics. During The STP shut down (7/8-7/15) • The Water Works and Bock will run their usual schedules. 8:30-9:30AM Power Splash

8-9:30AM Power Splash

9-10AM Power Splash

1-1:50PM Aqua Motion 6-7PM Power Splash

6:45-7:45PM Power Splash

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. 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. 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) Body Sculpting - Strength and cardiovas-

cular training combined! This is a low impact class taught in the shallow pool designed to challenge the entire body! (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) Power Splash - An invigorating workout that is high on energy and low on impact! 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) 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) Aqua Fitness Levels: 1 – Low Impact 2 – Mid-Intensity 3 – High 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 Day Time Date Wks Fee 49204 18+ Tu/Th 9:00-9:50P 06/05-06/28 4 $50/$70 49205 18+ Tu/Th 9:00-9:50P 07/10-08/02 4 $50/$70

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 5/28 Class at MRC 5/14 Barcode Age Day Time 49206 16+ M 6:15-7:15P 49207 16+ Tu 6:15-7:15P 49210 16+ Th 6:15-7:15P 49217 16+ F 9:30-10:30A 49211 16+ Sa 9:15-10:15A 49212 16+ M 6:15-7:15P 49213 16+ Tu 6:15-7:15P 49215 16+ Th 6:15-7:15P 49218 16+ F 9:30-10:30A 49216 16+ Sa 9:15-10:15A

Date Wks Fee Location 06/18-07/23 6 $35/$51 CRC 06/19-07/24 6 $35/$51 MRC 06/21-07/26 6 $35/$51 MRC 06/22-07/27 6 $35/$51 MRC 06/23-07/28 6 $35/$51 CRC 07/30-08/27 5 $30/$44 CRC 07/31-09/04 6 $35/$51 MRC 08/02-09/06 6 $35/$51 MRC 08/03-09/07 6 $35/$51 MRC 08/04-09/08 6 $35/$51 CRC

CorePole

CorePole is a complete cardio and strength conditioning system that can simultaneously accommodate many users. CorePole delivers strength, cardio, flexibility and stability through a variety of equipment in one workout. CorePole is adaptable to all fitness levels. MRC No class 7/4 & 9/3 Barcode Age Day 49220 18+ M 49221 18+ W 49222 18+ M/W 49223 18+ M 49224 18+ W 49225 18+ M/W

Time 9:45-10:45A 9:45-10:45A 9:45-10:45A 9:45-10:45A 9:45-10:45A 9:45-10:45A

Date Wks Fee 06/18-07/23 6 $35/$51 06/20-07/25 5 $32/$47 06/18-07/25 6 $61/$81 07/30-09/03 5 $32/$47 08/01-09/05 6 $61/$81 07/30-09/05 6 $66/$86

Couch to Cardio

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 9/3 Barcode Age 49226 18+ 49227 18+ 49228 18+ 49229 18+ 49230 18+ 49231 18+

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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

Date Wks Fee 06/18-07/23 6 $35/$51 06/21-07/26 6 $35/$51 06/18-07/26 6 $66/$86 07/30-09/03 5 $32/$47 08/02-09/06 6 $35/$51 07/30-09/06 6 $61/$81

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Indoor Cycling at CRC

Cycle your way to a healthy body. This group fitness class held on indoor cycling bikes will have you losing inches and toning your muscles while having a great time. If you are looking to change your workout, this is the class for you. For your own comfort, you may want to purchase a gel seat. Bring water and a towel. A heart rate monitor is optional. *RPM: Indoor cycling to the rhythm of powerful music. Take on the terrain as you are led through hills, flats, mountain peaks, time trials and intervals. Created by Les Mills, the same people who brought you BODYPUMP. **Pump RPM: It’s time to push yourself and strengthen the entire body with this two-for-one class. Includes 45 minutes of RPM spinning combined with a 30-minute express Bodypump class. Sign up for a second class and receive a 15% discount off additional class. Indoor Cycling: No class 7/4 & 9/3 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49240 14+ M 5:45-6:45P 06/18-07/23 6 49241 14+ M 7:00-8:00P 06/18-07/23 6 49242 14+ Tu 7:00-8:00P 06/19-07/24 6 49243 14+ W 5:45-6:45P 06/20-07/25 5 49244 14+ W 7:00-8:00P 06/20-07/25 5 49245 14+ Th 7:00-8:00P 06/21-07/26 6 49246 14+ Sa 9:00-10:00A 06/23-07/28 6 49247 14+ Su 8:00-9:00A 06/24-07/29 6 49262 14+ M 5:45-6:45P 07/30-08/27 5 49263 14+ M 7:00-8:00P 07/30-08/27 5 49248 14+ Tu 7:00-8:00P 07/31-09/04 6 49249 14+ W 5:45-6:45P 08/01-09/05 6 49250 14+ W 7:00-8:00P 08/01-09/05 6 49251 14+ Th 7:00-8:00P 08/02-09/06 6 49252 14+ Sa 9:00-10:00A 08/04-09/08 6 49253 14+ Su 8:00-9:00A 08/05-09/09 6

Fee 20% Disc. $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $32/$47 $28/$40 $32/$47 $28/$40 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $32/$47 $28/$40 $32/$47 $28/$40 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45

RPM*: No class 7/4 & 9/3 Barcode Age Day Time 49254 14+ Tu 5:45-6:45P 49255 14+ Sa 7:45-8:45A 49256 14+ Tu 5:45-6:45P 49257 14+ Sa 7:45-8:45A

Date Wks 06/19-07/24 6 06/23-07/28 6 07/31-09/04 6 08/04-09/08 6

Fee 20% Disc. $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45 $35/$51 $30/$45

Pump RPM**: No class 7/4 & 9/3 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49258 14+ M 9:00-10:15A 06/18-07/23 6 49259 14+ W 9:00-10:15A 06/20-07/25 5 49261 14+ M 9:00-10:15A 07/30-08/27 5 49260 14+ W 9:00-10:15A 08/01-09/05 6

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Fitness Kickboxing

Achieve the excellent physical condition of a professional kickboxer without the bumps and bruises. Learn kickboxing techniques while getting a great workout. Kickboxing uses every major muscle group and is effective for cardio fitness, toning and body-fat reduction. Self-defense will be covered. A no-contact program. Take more than one class and get a 15% discount. CRC *MRC No class 7/4, 9/2 & 9/3 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee 49232 15+ M/W 7:30-8:30P 06/18-07/25 6 $85/$105 49233 15+ M 7:30-8:30P 06/18-07/23 6 $62/$82 49234 15+ W 7:30-8:30P 06/20-07/25 5 $52/$72 49235* 15+ Su 9:00-10:00A 06/24-07/29 6 $62/$82 49236 15+ M/W 7:30-8:30P 07/30-09/05 6 $85/$105 49237 15+ M 7:30-8:30P 07/30-08/27 5 $57/$77 49238 15+ W 7:30-8:30P 08/01-09/05 6 $62/$82 49239* 15+ Su 9:00-10:00A 08/05-08/26 4 $42/$62

STP Cardio Strength Training

Utilize non-traditional methods to build work capacity, improve strength and shed fat. Discover and experience training routines using traditional weights, calisthenics, body weight, kettlebells and suspension training. These methods will take your fitness to new levels! STP $79/$99 No class week of 7/4 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49869 18+ M 6:30-7:30A 06/04-07/16 49870 18+ W 6:30-7:30A 06/06-07/18 49871 18+ F 6:30-7:30A 06/08-07/20

Wks 6 6 6

Register at www.parkfun.com STP Fitness Boot Camp

This boot camp leads you through various high intensity strength and cardio exercises designed to challenge your strength and endurance while burning lots of calories. Beginning body measurements and fitness test results will be recorded week one to chart individual progress. STP $79/$99 No class week of 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49875 18+ Tu 9:00-10:00A 06/05-07/17 49876 18+ Tu 6:30-7:30P 06/05-07/17 49877 18+ Th 9:00-10:00A 06/07-07/19 49878 18+ Th 6:30-7:30P 06/07-07/19 49879 18+ Sa 7:00-8:00A 06/02-07/14

Wks 6 6 6 6 6

Strollerobics

Spend time with your child and enjoy adult time, too! Grab your tot and a stroller and get ready to roll. Your child will enjoy the ride while you’re improving your strength and endurance. Wear gym shoes and bring water and a sturdy stroller for your child. Please no umbrella strollers. CRC Barcode 49266 49267 49268

Age 18+ 18+ 18+

Day Tu F Tu/F

Time 9:00-10:15A 9:00-10:15A 9:00-10:15A

Date Wks Fee 06/19-07/24 6 $35/$51 06/22-07/27 6 $35/$51 06/19-07/27 6 $68/$88

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A Midsummer Night’s

Family ZUMBA-thon Tuesday, July 10 • 7-8PM Outside under the CRC tent

The entire family can participate in this free ZUMBA class! 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 $54/$74 Date Wks Info Barcode Age Day Time 49625 16+ Sa 10:15-11:15A 06/23-08/11 8 Adv 49626 16+ Sa 11:30A-12:30P 06/23-08/11 8

Training with Kettlebells

Kettlebell training blends strength, flexibility, balance and cardiovascular fitness in one easy class with one simple tool. STP $154/$174 No class week of 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time 49885 18+ M/W 7:15-8:00P 49886 18+ M/W 6:30-7:15P 49887 18+ Tu/Th 7:15-8:00A 49888 18+ Tu/Th 6:30-7:15A

Date Wks 06/04-07/18 6 06/04-07/18 6 06/05-07/19 6 06/05-07/19 6

Info 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! STP $41/$61 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49272 14+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 06/19-07/24 6 49273 14+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 07/31-09/04 6

Weekly Yoga at the Cabin

Nurture your mind and body in this rustic setting. Parking is available at the cabin. Bring a yoga mat and a small blanket. Merkle Cabin $90/$110 No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49454 18+ Tu 6:00-7:00P 06/05-08/07 49455 18+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 06/05-08/07 49456 18+ Th 6:30-7:30P 06/07-08/09 49457 18+ Th 8:00-9:00P 06/07-08/09

Wks Info 9 Level 1 9 Level 1 9 Level 1 9 Level 1

Want more yoga at Spring Valley? See page 72 for Restorative Yoga.

Yoga

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 a smile. The instructor has 33 years of experience in yoga and holistic health. CRC Inst: Sandhya Matthews $82/$102 No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks 49274 18+ W 6:45-7:45P 06/20-08/15 8

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 a smile. The instructor has over 10 years of experience in yoga. MRC Inst: Carol Steinke $82/$102 No class 7/7 Day Time Date Wks Barcode Age 49264 18+ Sa 9:15-10:15A 06/23-08/18 8

A Few Processes: Pleasantness of Mind!

In yoga there is a state called Pleasantness of Mind, it is where your mind becomes easier to live with, more joyful, optimistic and friendly. Many people experience times when their mind could use a little lightening up and practice can help. In this class, participants work with a few processes which foster a continually improved state of cognitive well being learning and applying these processes. You can begin to feel more comfortable in your mental ‘skin’ with these new ‘tools.’ Bring pad of paper and a pen. CRC $12/$18 Barcode Age Day Time Date 44048 21+ Tu 6:30-8:30P 06/14

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. MRC *CRC Barcode Age 49285* 14+ 49284* 14+ 49283 14+ 49288* 14+ 49287* 14+ 49286 14+

Day Time Tu 7:30-8:30P Th 7:30-8:30P Sa 8:30-9:30A Tu 7:30-8:30P Th 7:30-8:30P Sa 8:30-9:30A

Date Wks 06/19-07/24 6 06/21-07/26 6 06/23-07/28 6 07/31-09/04 6 08/02-09/06 6 08/04-09/08 6

Fee 20% Disc. $62/$82 $50/$66 $62/$82 $50/$66 $62/$82 $50/$66 $62/$82 $50/$66 $62/$82 $50/$66 $62/$82 $50/$66

Y outh & T eens See Teens section, page 76, for teen fitness programs.

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Seniors

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The Senior Center - Open Weekdays, 9AM-5PM Monday • Canasta: 9AM-2PM. Bring your lunch. • Bocce: 10AM. “Lawn Bowling” • Poker & Pinochle: 10AM-3:30PM.

Tuesday

Daily Activities

• Senior Golf League meets at Schaumburg Golf Club from May thru Sept. • Bridge: Noon-3PM. Bring your lunch. • Table Tennis: 9-11AM.

Pinochle, Poker and Bridge players needed!

Wednesday

• Cards & Gab: 10AM3:30PM. Bring your own lunch - free coffee. Kitchen is available to heat or cook food. Canteen to purchase juice, soda, chips, etc. is also available. • Bingo: Noon-2PM. • Poker & Pinochle: 10AM-3PM. • Free health clinic 2nd Wednesday: 11AMNoon. • Bocce: 10AM. “Lawn Bowling”

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 Monday - Friday, 9AM-4PM (weather permitting). Supplies and equipment may be checked out at the Senior Center.

Pool Players

Two pool tables are available for play. Play Monday through Thursday, 8AM-5PM and Friday, 8AM-4PM.

• Bridge: Noon-3PM. Bring your lunch. • Table Tennis 9-11AM.

• Poker & Pinochle: 10AM-3PM. • Bocce: 10AM. “Lawn Bowling”

Silver Games

Tuesday-Friday, Sept. 11-14

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. Additional information available in the fall program guide.

Senior Bowling Leagues

Doubleheaders Seniors Mixed League bowls Wednesdays at Poplar Creek Bowl. League play starts Sept. 7. Bowling starts at noon. Age Fee 55+ $9 For information, contact Mary Stella at 847/891-4269.

Senior Tab­le T­ennis Club

Recreational play is Tuesday and Thursday, 9-11AM at CRC. Beginners are welcome. Get active and meet people.

Let's Do Lunch

S enior P rograms

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 07/16 & 07/17 55+ M/Tu 12:00-4:00P 09/17 & 09/18

Friday

Thursday

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.

The Lunch Club is going to a variety of restaurants to enjoy great food and conversation. There will be a $10 fee for the bus. Meet at CRC $10 (unless otherwise noted) Barcode Age Day Time 49928 All Ages F 10:30A-2:30P 49929 All Ages F 10:30A-2:30P 49930 All Ages F 10:30A-2:30P 49931 All Ages F 10:30A-2:30P

Date 06/15 07/27 08/31 09/28

Restaurant Kona Grill Port Edward Enzo & Lucia’s TBD

Free - Newcomers Welcome

Tuesday, July 17 & Sept. 18 • 11AM-Noon

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.

CRC Free Age Day Time Date 55+ M 10:00A-12:00P 05/07 55+ M 10:00A-12:00P 08/06

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> Health and Fitness Shoe system: 1 shoe: little or no walking • 2 shoes: some walking • 3 shoes: moderate walking • 4 shoes: maximum walking

Pina’s Culinary Experience

Take a trip to Pina’s Culinary Experience in Roselle and cook a variety of food with help from chefs Pina and Edward. Participants will dine on the delicious meal created. Participants are welcome to bring their own wine. Limited openings are available. You must provide your own transportation. Pina’s Culinary Experience, 632 E. Irving Park Road Barcode Age Day Time 49944 All Ages Tu 7:00-10:00P

$40 Date 07/31

Day Time Th 11:30A-2:30P

Date 06/28

Luau Luncheon

CRC $19 Barcode Age 49933 All Ages

Mother’s Day Brunch

Enjoy a great brunch provided by Inglenook Catering and wonderful entertainment by Gina & Jan. Day Time Th 11:30A-2:30P

CRC $19 Barcode Age 49932 All Ages

Hang loose at the Luau Luncheon. Great food by Inglenook Catering and entertainment provided by Edizon.

L uncheons

CRC $19 Barcode Age 48280 All Ages

Red, White and Blue Luncheon

Wear red, white and blue and celebrate our nation’s birthday. Great food and entertainment will be provided by Rick Pickren.

Day Time Th 11:30A-2:30P

Date 07/12

Date 05/08

H ealth and F itness

Club 55 June 17 - Sept. 8

See pages 62-63 for complete 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 will allow access to a variety of aquatic and group fitness classes. Participants purchasing their punch cards April 23 - June 16 will receive the early bird discounted price. Punch cards may be purchased at the regular price beginning June 17. A 50% discount will be offered to participants on additional punches if they originally purchased the 36 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 36 punch card. Participants wishing to attend back-to-back classes can utilize our 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. 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

CRC

847/490-2505

AM

9-10AM Strong Heart and Body •Gym

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

9-10AM Tai Chi (Int/Adv) •Gym

9-10AM Strong Heart and Body •Gym

9-10AM Tai Chi (Int/Adv) •Gym

10-11AM Cardio Conditioning •Gym 10-11AM Tai Chi (Beg) •Dance Studio 2

PM

Friday

Club 55 Rates

10-11AM Tai Chi (Beg) •Dance Studio 3

12 Punches....... $ 38.40/$ 50.40....... $ 42/$ 54 24 Punches....... $ 72.00/$ 96.00....... $ 78/$102 36 Punches...... $100.80/$136.80....... $108/$144

Cardio Conditioning - Burn calories and increase energy with low impact cardio exercises. 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.

A personal trainer will guide you through strength training exercises on the Life Fitness machines! You will learn to set up the machines to fit your body, set the appropriate lifting weight and how many times to perform the exercise. Appropriate for all fitness levels. CRC $37/$55 Barcode Age 49265 55+

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Sunday

10-11AM Cardio Conditioning •Gym

Group Fitness Descriptions

Senior Strength Training

Saturday

9-10AM Cardio Conditioning •Gym

Early Bird

Res/Non-Res

Aqua Fitness

Regular

Res/Non-Res

Available by purchasing the Aqua Card. See Fitness Unlimited section.


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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.

Chicago Cubs & White Sox Games

Enjoy a day at the ballpark watching a game of Chicago baseball.

Barcode Age 49940 21+

Registration for baseball games will be taken on April 19 beginning at 9AM in the Senior Center only.

Barcode Age 49900 All Ages All Ages 49901 49902 All Ages 49903 All Ages

Day Time Tu 10:00A-6:30P W 3:30-11:00P Th 10:00A-6:30P Th 10:00A-6:30P

Date 05/29 06/13 08/30 09/20

Info vs San Diego vs Detroit vs Milwaukee vs Cincinnati

Fee $45 $45 $45 $45

Barcode Age Day Time Date Info All Ages M 3:00-11:30P 06/18 vs Cubs 49906 49904* All Ages W 10:00A-6:30P 07/25 vs Minnesota All Ages W 10:00A-6:30P 09/05 vs Minnesota 49905* 50056 All Ages Su 10:00A-6:30P 09/30 vs Tampa Bay *July 25 & Sept. 5 is the Senior BINGO game. Lunch is included.

$90 $58 $58 $45

Sox Games

Blue Chip Casino

Enjoy a trip to Blue Chip Casino. Participants will be given a free buffet. After earning 115 points participants will receive a $5 downloadable credit. Barcode Age 49941 21+

Day Time Date Tu 8:00A-6:00P 07/17

Day Time Date M 9:00A-4:00P 06/04

Fee $20

The Fireside presents Hello Dolly

There is a 2 ticket limit per person per game.

Cubs Games

Hollywood Casino

Enjoy a trip to the new and improved Hollywood Casino in Joliet. First time goers need to get a club card and register to become a member. As a member, participants will receive a coupon book. Lunch is on your own.

Fee $35

Botanical Gardens

America’s favorite matchmaker is at it again. Call on Dolly and the first lady of musical comedy will come complete with a carpetbag full of good intentions, clever schemes, hilarious mishaps and some of Broadway’s best-loved songs including Before the Parade Passes By, Ribbons Down My Back, It Only Takes A Moment and the unforgettable Hello Dolly. The musical is the winner of 10 Tony Awards. Lunch is included. Barcode Age 50015 All Ages

Day Time W 8:30A-6:30P

Date 08/29

Fee $80

The Fireside Presents The Rock and The Rabbi

Original contemporary music sets the stage as Simon, a simple fisherman, draws audiences of all ages into his story. See how he becomes Peter the Rock and begins his journey with Jesus, the Rabbi from the Sea of Galilee, to the agony of the cross and the Miracle of the Ages. Combined with explosive percussion and masterful storytelling, this is a truly inspirational musical experience. Lunch is included. Barcode Age 49935 All Ages

Day Time Th 8:30A-7:00P

Date 07/19

Fee $80

Glendale, Wisconsin and Taste of Homer

Visit one of only three planned greenbelt communities in the US. It is currently home to Reiman Publications. Lunch is included.

Take a behind the scenes tour of the Botanical Gardens which includes a 30- to 45-minute tour of the production greenhouses or Plant Conservation Science Center, grand tram tour and boxed lunch.

Barcode Age All Ages 50013

Barcode Age 49991 All Ages

Enjoy a day of gambling at the Horseshoe Casino. Price includes free all-youcan-eat buffet and a $15 coin voucher.

Day Time M 9:30A-5:00P

Date 08/20

Fee $55

Chicago Cupcake Tour

Enjoy a tour of Chicago’s best cupcake shops, bakeries and other locations to sample a variety of this one wonderful treat. Learn the history of the cupcake, what catapulted them to massive popularity in recent years, why red velvet cupcakes are red and other clever facts. Enjoy a cupcake to go and lots of samples on the spot! Lunch is included. Barcode Age 50012 All Ages

Day Time F 10:30A-6:00P

Date 09/07

Fee $68

Festa Italiano

Travel to Festa Italiano at Meirs Park on Milwaukee’s lake front. The Fest includes many entertainers, good food and activities. Children and grandchildren are welcome. The trip will return before the fireworks. Lunch is on your own. Barcode Age 49945 All Ages

Day Time F 10:30A-12:00A

Date 07/20

Fee $29

Day Time W 8:00A-6:30P

Date 09/26

Fee $72

The Horseshoe Casino

Barcode Age 49942 21+

Day Time Date M 8:45A-5:30P 08/27

Fee $35

Hot Time in The Old Town Tour

Trace the route of one of the country’s most fascinating disasters to reveal the true story buried beneath the myth. Tour will visit the former site of O’Leary’s home and the Water Tower. After lunch, participants will visit the Chicago History Museum and see a brief slide presentation and the museum’s permanent Great Chicago Fire exhibit. Lunch is included. Barcode Age 50017 All Ages

Day Time Th 8:30A-6:00P

Date 06/21

Fee $66

I & M Canal Boat Tour and Lunch

Visit the historic I & M canal corridor, the final link between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi River. Lunch is included. Barcode Age 50014 All Ages

Day Time F 9:00A-5:00P

Date 08/10

Fee $68

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> Seniors Light Opera Works Presents Camelot

Thrill to the haunting love story of King Arthur and Queen Guenevere. When she falls in love with Lancelot, Arthur’s trusted friend and knight of the Round Table, his idyllic kingdom cannot survive. Or can it? Savor these gems from the regal score including If Ever I Would Leave You, How to Handle a Woman and The Lusty Month of May. This musical favorite, by the creators of Brigadoon and My Fair Lady, is a spectacle to behold, brimming with chivalry, pageantry, splendor and romance. Lunch is included. Barcode Age 50016 All Ages

Day Time F 10:30A-6:00P

Date 06/01

Fee $68

Milwaukee Art and Architectural Tour

Participants will enjoy this professionally guided tour of Milwaukee, highlighting the city’s architectural marvels including the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Basilica of St. Josaphat, Milwaukee City Hall and unique neighborhoods. Lunch is at Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro. Menu choices available at registration. Barcode Age 49948 All Ages

Day Time F 7:30A-6:30P

Date 08/03

Fee $93

Milwaukee Church Tour

Milwaukee has a wonderful collection of churches with a variety of architectural styles and historical significance. This professionally guided tour will visit a number of beautiful churches and discuss Milwaukee’s spiritual diversity. Lunch is at the George Watts Tea Room. Barcode Age All Ages 49949

Day Time Tu 7:30A-6:30P

Date 06/26

Fee $65

Odyssey Cruise - Lake Michigan

Enjoy a beautiful Lake Michigan tour and lunch on the Odyssey boat. This trip includes 1½ hours at Navy Pier for shopping. Barcode Age 49936 All Ages

Day Time F 9:30A-5:00P

Date 07/13

Fee $68

Paramount Theatre Presents Route 66 and Lunch

Celebrate the golden era of the ‘Mother Road’ with nostalgia, music and whimsical fun. Get your kicks with Route 66! In this musical comedy, a gang of rowdy Chicago service station attendants strip off their snappy uniforms and head off on a westward-bound road trip filled with music, dance and highway mischief. The show features rock and pop music from the 1950s and 60s including King of the Road, I Get Around, Little Old Lady from Pasadena and Route 66. Barcode Age 50011 55+

Day Time Date W 10:30A-5:00P 06/06

Fee $50

Rivers Casino

The wait to visit the Rivers Casino in Des Plaines is over! Participants will get a $15 food voucher to be used at any of the restaurants. Barcode Age 49989 21+

Day Time Date M 8:00A-6:00P 07/09

Fee $36

Shipshewana, An Amish Day Trip

Step back to another time that is simpler and relaxed by observing the uncomplicated lifestyle of our Amish neighbors. For information, call the Senior Center at 847/490-7026.

Snack Attack 4

If you liked previous Snack Attacks, you are going to love this one. Bring your appetite for fun and flavor on this exciting and ‘tasteful’ exploration including cupcakes, Japanese, Thai or Indian appetizers, mini-burgers (sliders) and crepes. Barcode Age 49981 All Ages

70

Day Time Tu 8:30A-6:00P

Date 08/21

Fee $70

Some Enchanted Evening: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein

Spend an evening harkening to the days of sophistication and celebrate beautiful songs and lyrics from some of musical theatre’s classics that have forever defined the genre including Carousel, Cinderella, The King and I, Oklahoma, South Pacific and The Sound of Music. Lunch and show at Pheasant Run. Barcode Age 48276 All Ages

Day Time Th 11:30A-5:00P

Date 06/14

Fee $52

Strolling Through the Gardens of Cantigny and Wine Tasting

Enjoy a trip to Cantigny for a leisurely stroll through the gardens with wine tasting along the way. There is a limited number of tickets available. Non District Facility $35 Barcode Age Day Time 49990 All Ages Tu 5:15-10:30P

Date 08/07

Fee $35

O vernight T rips

Show Me Historic and Scenic Missouri

Head south to explore the ‘Show Me State’ and experience some Ozark hospitality. Destinations will include historic Hermann, a Missouri River town with deep German roots celebrating their 175th anniversary. Trip will also visit Missouri Botanical Garden’s Shaw Nature Reserve before heading down to the Lake of the Ozarks, a land of hills, hollows, clear springs and caves. After touring one of the area caves, the tour will head north to Hannibal to experience the story of Mark Twain and life on the river. A highlight will be a Saturday evening dinner cruise. All transportation, lodging, entrance fees and most meals will be provided. Registration deadline is Aug. 8. Hosted by Spring Valley. Meet at NC Bus leaves at 9AM on Sept. 11 and returns approx. 4PM on Sept. 16 Barcode Age Day Date Days Fee 49488 21+ Tu-Su 09/11-09/16 5 $650 Double, $775 Single

Register at www.parkfun.com


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.

Schaumburg Road Vera Meineke Nature Center

Spring Valley Volkening Heritage Farm

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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

Spring Valley will bring its outreach program to your site. Topics include forests, worms, spiders, mammals, owls, food chains, food webs, wetlands and the water cycle. Students participate in hands-on activities, songs and games. Programs may be adapted to students in grades one through six and are correlated with Illinois State Standards.

School Programs at the Nature Center

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.

School Programs at the Farm

Learn local history with a visit to Heritage Farm. Elementary students recreate farm life in the 1880s with Hands on History and Heritage Quest. Children ages 4 through first grade learn about food, farmers and farm animals 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 14 for details.

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 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 Heritage Farm or 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

Spring Valley Highlights

Mowing and Mooing - Sunday, June 24 • Noon-4PM Learn about the life cycle of a milkshake at Volkening Heritage Farm! See Special Events page 81 for details. Science Talk - Saturday, June 23 & 30 • 8:30AM-4:30PM Participate in science activities and create interesting ways to share results and assess your students. See page 72 for details.

Show Me Historic & Scenic Missouri - Sept. 11 - 16

Explore the ‘Show Me State’ and experience some Ozark hospitality! See Special Events page 74 for details.

Solstice Hop & Vine Fest - Saturday, June 16 • 6-9PM Taste a variety of regional wines and local brews at this popular annual event. See back cover for details. 71


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◊ Indicates day-of walk-in registration is available. Pre-registration is encouraged, but not required. Plan to arrive a minimum of 15 minutes early if you need to register.

Restorative Yoga Experience at the Cabin

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For Teachers Science Talk

All Grades

Saturday, June 23 & 30 • 8:30AM-4:30PM How do we communicate about science? Talking, writing, texting, drawing, graphs, charts, photos, videos and more. Sometimes the least favorite for students, recording and reporting results, can be the most fun! Participate in science activities and create interesting ways to share results and assess your students. Staff from the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, Brookfield Zoo, Spring Valley Nature Center, The Morton Arboretum, Benedictine University and other partners look forward to spending two great days with you. One graduate credit hour from Aurora University ($100), one graduate science credit from Benedictine University ($135), CPS Lane credit or 15 CPDUs available. Class meets at the Mayslake and Peabody Estate, a Forest Preserve District of DuPage County facility, 1717 West 31st Street, Oakbrook. To register, contact Lanis Petrik at Lanis.Petrik@czs.org or call 708/688-8372.

Nature’s Night Life - ADULTS ONLY!

Start your weekend with a relaxing and enlightening evening walk at Spring Valley. Through outdoor explorations, activities and readings, adult participants increase their knowledge of the natural world and connections to nature. Activities help focus awareness on nature’s beauty and uncover some of her mystery. The program begins at the Nature Center and ends with refreshments in Merkle Cabin.

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Merkle Cabin $15/$21 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49450 18+ F 7:00-8:00P 07/20

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 Merkle Cabin. Bring a yoga mat and small blanket. Previous yoga experience is necessary. Merkle Cabin $90/$110 No class 7/4 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49454 18+ Tu 6:00-7:00P 06/05-08/07 49455 18+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 06/05-08/07 49456 18+ Th 6:30-7:30P 06/07-08/09 49457 18+ Th 8:00-9:00P 06/07-08/09

Wks Info 9 Level 1 9 Level 1 9 Level 1 9 Level 1

A ll A ges

Fee: $140

NC $8.40/$12.60 Barcode Age 49451 21+

This class is meant to help recharge and restore the body, mind and soul. Combining elements of slow flow vinyasa, yin yoga, restorative yoga, deep relaxation and meditation in a soothing, stress-free environment, you will feel a deeper connection to yourself and your body. Doing this from time to time helps to build a reservoir of energy that normal busy lives depletes. This session will be accompanied by the beautiful sounds of Tibetan Singing Bowls.

Day Time Date F 8:00-10:00P 07/13

Free - Heaven’s Watch

Join Chicago Astronomical Society members as they set their telescopes for a peek at the night skies. Follow signs to the viewing site. If weather is inclement, slides or a video will be shown in the Visitor Center. NC Free Age Day Time All ages Sa 9:30-11:30P All ages Sa 9:30-11:30P All ages Sa 9:00-11:00P

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Turtle Tracks ◊

Do you know the difference between a land turtle and one that prefers to live in the water? Discover the answer to this and other turtle questions. Go on a turtle hunt and look for those that carry their home on their back. Preregistration is encouraged, but arrive early if you need to register the day of the program.

Do you like to garden? Help Spring Valley’s Kids’ Garden by performing a variety of tasks designed to teach about plants and gardening. There may be food available for harvesting. Pre-registration is encouraged, but arrive early if you need to register the day of the program.

NC $4.20/$6.30 Barcode Age 49453 5+

NC $5/$7.50 Barcode Age 49444 5+

Wake up and get outside to help with morning animal chores. After milking cows and feeding the livestock, you’ll have a chance to feed yourself with a light breakfast around the farmhouse stove. Dress for the weather. Children under age 14 must be accompanied by a paying adult. Class is available as a scout program. Call Spring Valley for details.

Day Time Tu 3:45-4:30P

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Grandparent/Grandchild Vegetable Gardening

The time you spend with your grandchildren is precious. Why not join them in a fun and healthful activity that will make your time together even more special? You and your grandchild will learn how to plan, plant, cultivate and grow a successful vegetable garden and have fun doing it! Child must be accompanied by a paying adult. NC $10/$15 Barcode Age 49486 7+

Day Time Date Sa 10:00A-12:00P 06/16

Free - Neighborhood Nature Areas

In addition to Spring Valley, Schaumburg contains several other public nature conservation areas, many of them tucked away in neighborhoods. Discover these hidden jewels by finding out what lives there and how these areas are managed for the benefit of plants, animals and people. Each evening will feature a different site. Refer to the Park District map on pages 8 & 9 for directions or call 847/985-2100. See below for locations Free Age Day Time Date Location All ages F 7-8:30PM 06/22 Kay Wojcik Conservation Area at Oak Hollow All ages F 7-8:30PM 08/10 Ruth Macintyre Conservation Area

Parent/Child Vegetable Gardening

The family that gardens together stays together! Here’s an opportunity to cement those bonds by partaking in a fun and heathful activity. You and your child will learn how to plan, plant, cultivate and grow a successful vegetable garden while having fun doing it! Child must be accompanied by a paying adult. NC $10/$15 Barcode Age 49487 7+

Day Time Date Sa 10:00A-12:00P 06/09

Sundown Supper on the Farm

Are you looking for a taste of the farm experience? You’ll earn it in this program. After helping with evening chores and making supper, you’ll get a chance to watch the sunset as you taste the farm’s historic recipes. Dress for the weather and expect to get dirty. Children under age 14 must be accompanied by a paying adult. HF $21/$32 Barcode Age 49301 5+ 49302 5+ 49303 5+

Day Time Date Sa 4:30-7:30P 06/09 F 6:00-9:00P 07/13 Sa 4:30-7:30P 08/04

Day Time Date W 4:30-5:30P 07/25

Up and At’em Animal Chores

HF $14/$21 Barcode Age 49304 4+ 49305 4+ 49306 4+

Day Time Sa 7:30-9:30A Sa 7:30-9:30A Su 7:30-9:30A

Date 06/30 07/28 08/12

Spring Valley and Harper College 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

Traditional Home Brewing Saturday, June 2 • 4-6PM

Learn about the art of home brewing of beer, as practiced by the area’s German settlers. This program includes a little bit of history, practical brewing knowledge, demonstration of home brewing techniques and equipment, and a chance to taste different styles of German beer. Class meets at Spring Valley’s Heritage Farm. Course: LFS 0216

Fee: $59

Creating a Backyard Wildlife Oasis Saturday, June 9 • 9-11:30AM

Learn how to transform a plain, sterile landscape into a space teeming with butterflies, birds and other backyard visitors. By meeting the requirements for food, water and shelter, hundreds of local insects, birds, and mammals will find their niche in your backyard! This course will include garden design ideas suitable for both small and large spaces, how to maintain naturalistic plantings, lists of wildlife food plants, information on which of Illinois’ species will benefit and be attracted to the new outdoor space, and tips for watching and enjoying wildlife. Class meets at Spring Valley’s Nature Center. Course: LLG 0061

Fee: $29

A FEW HELPFUL REMINDERS: Spring Valley programs run rain or shine, so dress appropriately! Pre-registration is required for MOST programs, but register early. With the exception of certain programs noted above, programs may be cancelled three days in advance due to insufficient registration. If the program provides for time-of walk-in registration, please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes early to register.

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Show Me Historic & Scenic Missouri

Head south to explore the ‘Show Me State’ and experience some Ozark hospitality. Destinations will include historic Hermann, a Missouri River town with deep German roots celebrating their 175th anniversary. Trip will also visit Missouri Botanical Garden’s Shaw Nature Reserve before heading down to the Lake of the Ozarks, a land of hills, hollows, clear springs and caves. After touring one of the area caves, the tour will head north to Hannibal to experience the story of Mark Twain and life on the river. A highlight will be a Saturday evening dinner cruise. All transportation, lodging, entrance fees and most meals will be provided. Registration deadline is Aug. 8. Meet at NC Bus leaves at 9AM on Sept. 11 and returns approx. 4PM on Sept. 16 Barcode Age Day Date Days Fee 49488 21+ Tu-Su 09/11-09/16 5 $650 Double, $775 Single

Family Camping Workshop

F amily 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.

Campfire at the Cabin

After a nature-related craft at the Nature Center, walk down to the cabin for a campfire with stories, songs and toasted marshmallows. Fee is per family of four. Only one person of the appropriate age needs to register. Additional family members may pay the night of the program ($3/$4). Please no organized groups. Program begins at the Nature Center. NC $12/$18 Barcode Age 49438 5+

Day Time Date F 7:45-9:15P 06/08

Free Star-Gazing: Perseid Meteor Party

Saturday, Aug. 11 • 9-11PM

Enjoy a star-studded party celebrating this spectacular annual late summer meteor shower. Telescopes will be set up just south of the nature center to view distant objects in the summer sky while watching for “falling stars.” Interpreters will be on hand to guide you through the Summer Triangle and other interesting sights. Additional star-related activities and crafts will take place in and around the Nature Center. Feel free to bring a folding chair or blanket so you can sit back in comfort and scan the skies for falling stars, planets, constellations and satellites. NC Age All Ages

Day Time Date Sa 9:00-11:00P 08/11

Family Campout

Experience an evening under the stars. Families will sleep overnight at the Spring Valley Nature Center. Nature walks and other activities are scheduled. Bring your tent and sleeping bag. Dinner and breakfast will be served. Registration deadline is Aug. 4. Informational packets will be sent upon registration. NC $55/$75 Barcode Age 49440 2+

Day Time Date Sa-Su 4:00P-11:00A 08/11-08/12

Whether selecting a camping site, building a fire, packing your gear or planning meals, this workshop will cover all the basic camping skills needed to enjoy the great outdoors this summer. NC $12/$18 Barcode Age 49441 4+

Day Time Date Sa 10:00A-12:00P 06/23

Family Geocaching ◊

Join the world wide treasure hunt that will get the whole family outdoors and moving all year long! This program is designed for families new to the sport of geocaching, or those who are interested in getting started. The basics, from understanding latitude and longitude, determining coordinates, and finding and hiding caches to logging your finds will be covered. If you have a handheld GPS unit, bring it. A limited number will be available for use. Registration is encouraged, but not required. Arrive early, if you need to register. NC $12/$18 Barcode Age 49898 6+

Day Time Date Sa 1:00-2:30P 06/09

Firefly Fandango ◊

Witness one of nature’s marvels as the summer sun sets on Spring Valley’s prairies and woods. This special drop-in program for families will begin with a short discussion on fireflies and how they produce their cool light. Groups will then be taken on a twilight wagon ride to view the incredible light show on mid-summer evenings. Beverages will be included. Registration encouraged, but not required. Arrive early to register. Fee is per family of four or less. NC $12/$16 Barcode Age 49443 4+

Day Time Date Sa 8:30-9:30P 07/07

Just Desserts

Enjoy wild berries of all kinds including blackberries, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. Participants will find out which ones grow at Spring Valley and gather wild berries to make a Dutch oven cobbler to enjoy. Fee is for a family of three. Only one person needs to register. NC $8/$12 Barcode Age 49447 5+

Day Time Date W 6:00-8:00P 07/25

A FEW HELPFUL REMINDERS: Spring Valley programs run rain or shine, so dress appropriately! Pre-registration is required for MOST programs, but register early. With the exception of certain programs noted above, programs may be cancelled three days in advance due to insufficient registration. If the program provides for time-of walk-in registration, please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes early to register.

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Peonies Aplenty

Sundays, May 27 & June 3 • FREE

Visit Merkle Cabin to learn the story of the Redeker peony farm and view the descendents of the original peonies that grow there today. Guides are available to tell you about this little known facet of Schaumburg history. Bring your camera to take pictures or paint your own watercolor!

Habitat Hoppers

Y outh Bats are very helpful. Do you know why? They eat mosquitoes! Come out to look for bats and enjoy discovering what you can about them.

Hang out at Spring Valley and look for hoppers of all shapes and sizes. Participants may find mammals, birds, insects, or amphibians. There’s a whole undiscovered world just hopping to be seen. Pre-registration is encouraged, but arrive early if you need to register the day of the program.

NC $6.30/$9.45 Barcode Age Day Time 49897 10-12yrs W 7:00-8:30P

NC $6.30/$9.45 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49445 8-10yrs Su 11:00A-12:30P 06/10

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Date 06/27

Budding Artists

There are few subjects more inspiring and beautiful than Mother Nature. Join fellow novice artists studying the work of Georges Seurat then go on a hike to create a beautiful work of art en plein air! All supplies are included and no previous art experience is needed. NC $8/$12 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49437 8-12yrs Sa 10:00A-12:00P 08/04

Cooking at the Cabin

Do you like to cook over an open fire? Do you want to learn how? Create delicious foods to enjoy from the fire. Meet at the Nature Center. NC $10/$15 Day Time Date Barcode Age 49439 7-12yrs F 5:00-7:00P 06/08

Fairytales and Bedtime Stories

Attention parents of little ones! Bring your child to the farm in their favorite pajamas, enjoy some timeless tales told by 1880s dressed staff, and partake in old-fashioned cookies in the farmhouse kitchen just before bedtime. Parent must attend with child. Fee includes one parent and child. Need only register child. HF $5/$7 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49300 4-7yrs F 7:00-8:00P 07/20

Fantastic Flyers ◊

Hopper Hangout

Come and hop with the hoppers. There are so many of them and each type sings, buzzes or chirps differently. Enjoy a chorus of sound and a symphony of color! NC $6.30/$9.45 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49446 6-10yrs Su 1:00-2:30P 08/05

Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Summer Sleepover at the Farm

Have you ever wondered how a cow sleeps at night, or what it’s like to wake up to a rooster crowing? Come and find out by spending the night at Heritage Farm. The evening includes scavenger hunts, great activities and a homemade snack. The fun continues with animal chores in the barn and a breakfast in the farmhouse. Children will sleep indoors. Bring a sleeping bag and pillow. HF $25/$37.50 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49299 9-12yrs F/Sa 7:00P-8:30A 08/17-08/18

Lights in the Night

A flash of yellow and then it’s gone. Fireflies are one of the most fascinating insects of summer. Come look at the ones at Spring Valley before they disappear until next year. Find out how their bodies are set aglow and what that flash of light means. NC $6.30/$9.45 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49448 6-8yrs F 8:00-9:30P 07/20

Mondays for Moms and Kids ◊

If you like birds, then you want to attend this program. Discover who is flying around Spring Valley. Meet some new feathered friends, or visit some old favorites. You will be soaring with excitement by the time it’s over. Pre-registration is encouraged, but arrive early if you need to register the day of the program.

Mom, spend some Monday time walking and enjoying nature with your child. They will discover what amazing things there are to brighten Monday blahs. Pre-registration is encouraged, but arrive early if you need to register the day of the program.

NC $6.30/$9.45 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49442 7-9yrs Su 9:00-10:30A 06/10

NC $4/$6 Barcode Age 49449 5+

Day Time M 3:15-4:15P

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Summer Discoveries ◊

Discover a rainbow of colors to tempt your summer palette. Bask in the glories of a beautiful summer afternoon and uncover the colors all around us. Participants will explore Spring Valley experiencing all it has to offer. Pre-registration is encouraged, but arrive early if you need to register the day of the program. NC $4.20/$6.30 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49452 5-7yrs F 3:45-4:45P 06/08

Horse Drawn Wagon Rides at the Farm Relax and enjoy a 15-minute horse-drawn wagon ride through Heritage Farm as staff relates information about the farm, animals and the history of Schaumburg’s farm families. Dress for the weather.

Wagon Ride Schedule Saturday, June 9........................ 10AM-Noon Sunday, June 17........................ 3-5PM Saturday, July 21....................... 9-11AM Sunday, July 29......................... 4-6PM Saturday, Aug. 11....................... Noon-2PM Sunday, Aug. 19......................... 2-4PM • Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis the day of the ride, starting one-half hour prior to the first ride and until 15 minutes prior to the last ride of the day. • Tickets are $3/person; children 3 and under are free. • Wagon holds a maximum of 12 people. • Rides begin and end next to the Farm Visitor Center. Note: Wagon rides may be cancelled due to extreme weather (storms or heat) and/or animal health issues. Please call 847/985-2100 or check www.parkfun.com for updated information. Groups of 12 and larger are encouraged to schedule their own group wagon rental. For more information, call Heritage Farm at 847/985-2102.

A FEW HELPFUL REMINDERS: Spring Valley programs run rain or shine, so dress appropriately! Pre-registration is required for MOST programs, but register early. With the exception of certain programs noted above, programs may be cancelled three days in advance due to insufficient registration. If the program provides for time-of walk-in registration, please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes early to register.

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Jr. High Weight Conditioning

Learn how to properly work out through the use of cardiovascular and weight training. Work with STP’s personal trainer to enhance muscle tone and improve cardiovascular endurance. STP $80/$100 No class week of 7/4 Day Time Date Wks Info Barcode Age 49893 12-13yrs Tu/Th 4:30-5:30P 06/05-07/19 6 49894 11-13yrs Tu/Th 4:30-5:30P 07/24-08/30 6 Beg

Youth Fitness Training Orientation -Commit to Being Fit!

The Schaumburg Park District offers fitness training orientations for children ages 12-13. Learn the correct use of cardio and Selectorized fitness equipment. After successfully completing the fitness training orientation, teens will be able to use the appropriate equipment at SPD fitness facilities!

Location: See Below $8 Day Barcode Age 49275 12-13yrs Sa 49276 12-13yrs Sa 49277 12-13yrs Sa 49281 12-13yrs Sa 49280 12-13yrs Sa 49282 12-13yrs Sa 49278 12-13yrs Tu 49279 12-13yrs Tu 49895 12-13yrs Tu

Time Date 10:00A-12:00P 06/23 10:00A-12:00P 07/07 10:00A-12:00P 07/21 10:00A-12:00P 08/04 10:00A-12:00P 08/18 10:00A-12:00P 09/08 3:15-5:15P 06/12 3:15-5:15P 07/10 3:15-5:15P 08/07

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Historian’s Apprentice

Experience what it meant to be a teenager over 120 years ago! Dress in historic clothing, cook on the wood burning stove, learn animal care and show off new life skills to the public. Historic snacks and treats provided. It is recommended that participants have taken previous camps at Heritage Farm or are familiar with the site. Download camp forms at www.parkfun.com. HF $116/$136 Barcode Age Day Time Date 47881 13-15yrs M-F 9:45A-2:15P 06/18-06/22 47882 13-15yrs M-F 9:45A-2:15P 07/16-07/20

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T.P.H. - The Party’s Here!

If you will be attending a District 54 junior high next year and plan to attend TPH events, you must purchase a TPH Photo ID/Event Card. Current ID holders may purchase events for the 2012-13 TPH season. New seventhgraders may purchase a TPH Photo ID/Event Card beginning July 16. Parents and/or guardians must be present with child. Students now in eighth grade may use their card from last year, but must visit a registration facility to update it and fill out a new membership form. Membership information will be available at most junior high information days. Check the fall program guide for a complete TPH schedule, registration dates and locations. For additional information, call 847/985-2144. Don’t forget to attend the 7th and 8th Grade Poolside Party on July 13. See below for details.

Event Fees for 2012-2013

Full Season Pass (9 events)............................. $63 Six Event Pass................................................... $48 Three Event Pass.............................................. $30 One Event Pass*................................................ $12 This is for those that already have a photo ID card and just 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.

FREE - LATER

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Incoming Junior High Students 7th and 8th Grade Poolside Party

This event is for students entering 7th and 8th grade this August in District 54 and area parochial schools. Get ready for a splashtastic time featuring swimming, food and games. Pizza and soda are included in the fee. Participants must be signed-in and out of the event. The pool is open only for those attending the event. MRC $15 Barcode Age Day Time 49599 11-13yrs F 7:30-9:30P

Date 07/13

The Schaumburg Park District offers LATER at Brandenburg and Timbercrest Parks. Have fun Monday through Friday with camp counselors implementing group games, sports and crafts. All activities are free and there is a special theme each Friday. The first week starts on Tuesday, but the following weeks run Monday through Friday. For more information, call 847/985-2143. Parent and camp information is available the first night at each site. Brandenburg & Timbercrest Parks Free Age Day Time Date 5:30-9:00P 06/11-07/27 6-17yrs M-F

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3rd and 4th Grade Dance Party

There will be swimming, music 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. Bock $7 Barcode Age Day Time Date 50093 8-11yrs F 6:30-8:30P 07/27

Nothing to do on Fridays? Try Wacky Wagon Theme Fridays for affordable fun! See page 38.

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Town Square Activities

Schaumburg Park District, in cooperation with the Schaumburg Township District Library and the Village of Schaumburg, presents FREE entertainment this summer at Town Square, located at the southwest corner of Schaumburg and Roselle Roads. Schaumburg Summer Dance Concert

Friday, June 1 6:30-9:30PM Foxtrot and Tango dance instruction by Arthur Murray from 6:30-7:30 PM and live music by Eddie Harrison Quartet from 7:30-9:30PM. Water and soda available for purchase. Bring lawn chairs. Schaumburg Park District

Limited Edition Big Band

Monday, June 4 6:45-8:15PM        Limited Edition plays a wide range of music from great touring bands such as Count Basie, Buddy Rich, Stan Kenton and Woody Herman. They also include classics by Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey and Benny Goodman. Vocalist: Julie Caselli. Rain date: June 7 • Schaumburg Twp. District Library

Steve Anthony Orchestra Monday, June 11 6:45-8:15PM Band leader Steve Anthony has been delighting audiences throughout the Midwest since 1989. He is a connoisseur of dance band music from the 20s, 30s and 40s. Rain date: June 14 • Schaumburg Twp. District Library Cold Blooded Creatures Tuesday, June 12 7-8PM Learn about reptiles during this energetic show including live animals. Schaumburg Twp. District Library Street Theatre

Wednesday, June 13 7-8:15PM Brave Little Tailor - Street Theatre performance followed by Schaumburg Community Singers. Schaumburg Park District

Lil’ Ricki & the Licorice Sticks Big Dance Band

Monday, June 18 6:45-8:15PM Led by Rick Kissinger, this ensemble plays Swing, Big Band, jazz, blues and a mix of popular dance tunes with energy and enthusiasm. Schaumburg Twp. District Library

Cowboy Randy

Tuesday, June 19 7-7:45PM Randy Erwin presents yodeling, Wild West stories and rope tricks during this interactive show. Schaumburg Twp. District Library

Alan Gresik Swing Shift Orchestra

Monday, June 25 6:45-8:15PM This 15-piece tour de force tears it up on stage, performing swing standards in an old-time radio show format, complete with an emcee and actors doing era commercials. Schaumburg Twp. District Library

R.C. Juggles Crazy Balloon Show

Tuesday, June 26 7-7:45PM All ages will enjoy a fun evening of juggling, yo-yos, magic and more. Schaumburg Twp. District Library

Street Theatre

Wednesday, June 27 7-7:45PM Emperor’s New Clothes - Street Theatre performance followed by Schaumburg Community Singers. Schaumburg Park District

Pamela Rose & Windy City Country

Monday, July 2 6:45-8:15PM Pamela Rose & Windy City Country present their unique contemporary style recreating country’s classics and today’s chart-topping hits. Rain date: July 5 • Schaumburg Twp. District Library

Family Ice Cream Social Friday, July 6 5:30-9:30PM Enjoy ice cream sundaes ($3 each) and the Expressions Dance Company from 5:30-6:30PM. Swing dance instruction will be provided by Arthur Murray from 6:30-7:30PM followed by live music from Paris Swing to dance to from 7:30-9:30PM. Schaumburg Park District Rhythm Rockets Monday, July 9 6:45-8:15PM This seven-piece band’s high energy brings a unique style of American music from the 30s, 40s and 50s. Vocalist: Nicole Kestler. Rain date: July 12 • Schaumburg Twp. District Library Tropixplosion Tuesday, July 10 7-8PM This Caribbean show band features steel drums, percussion, vocals and highenergy fun. Enjoy tropical favorites, new hits and classic rock performed with an island steel drum twist. Schaumburg Twp. District Library Battle of the Bands Wednesday, July 11 6-9PM Back by popular demand, the Battle of the Bands will return to rock Town Square! All are welcome to participate and cheer on the bands. Schaumburg Twp. District Library Teen Services Banjo Buddies Dixieland Band Monday, July 16 6:45-8:15PM Led by Ann Stewart, The Banjo Buddies provide rip-roaring Dixieland, music and fun from the Roaring Twenties, Swing era, your favorite Big Band tunes and more. Rain date: July 18 • Schaumburg Twp. District Library AcRock

Tuesday, July 17 7-7:45PM This talented quartet of a cappella singers will present a lively overview of rock ’n roll for the eighth consecutive year. Schaumburg Twp. District Library

Ragtops Monday, July 23 6:45-8:15PM The Ragtops play the great music of the 50s and 60s just the way you remember it! Take a trip back in time to a more innocent yesteryear, when sock-hops, poodle skirts, malt shops and drive-in movies were the rage. Rain date: July 24 • Schaumburg Twp. District Library Street Theatre

Wednesday, July 25 7-8:15PM Jack and the Beanstalk - Street Theatre performance followed by Schaumburg Community Singers. Schaumburg Park District

Bobby Sanders Orchestra Monday, July 30 6:45-8:15PM This big band captures the essence of pop hits of the 30s, 40s and 50s. Their songbook includes the works of Glen Miller, The Dorsey Brothers, Duke Ellington and more. Rain date: Aug. 2 • Schaumburg Twp. District Library Schaumburg Summer Dance Concert

Friday, Aug. 3 6:30-9:30PM Latin dance instruction by Arthur Murray from 6:30-7:30 PM and live music by Guitarra Azul from 7:30-9:30PM. Water and soda available for purchase. Bring lawn chairs. Schaumburg Park District

The Associates Monday, Aug. 6 6:45-8:15PM Help celebrate the library’s 50th anniversary and enjoy the music of the 60s. The Associates are known for electrifying high-energy performances with a repertoire ranging from Motown, classic rock and jazz to contemporary pop, country and R&B. Rain date: Aug. 9 • Schaumburg Twp. District Library

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Special Events 23rd Annual Employee Fitness Walk Wednesday, May 16 • 11AM-1PM

In celebration of National Employee Health & Fitness Day, the Schaumburg Park District is hosting its 23rd annual Employee Fitness Walk. This event is held at the Woodfield Lake Office Campus, 1100 E. Woodfield Road, Schaumburg on the east side of the pond. The event includes a one-mile scenic walk around the campus pond, free raffle prizes, health information and free screenings by Alexian Brothers Hospital and Dick Pond Athletics, and a delicious lunch provided by Sporty’s Catering. Musical entertainment will be featured to get everyone groovin’! Businesses and employees in Schaumburg are encouraged to participate. Share in the benefits of employee health and fitness! For more information and a registration form, visit www.parkfun.com. Pre-registration: $10 Late registration beginning May 10: $15 Barcode Day Time Date Location 48874 W 11:00A-1:00P 05/16 Woodfield Lake Office Campus Sponsored by

Bike Rodeo at Safety Park

Wednesday, May 16 • 5:30-7PM

Come one, come all to Safety Park to show off cycling skills. There will be a variety of games for young cyclists to exhibit their bicycling abilities. Children will learn about proper bike safety and maintenance from the Schaumburg Police Department and Bike Connection. An ice cream treat will be served, too! PSC $5 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49994 4-9yrs W 5:30-7:00P 05/16

Free - Fahrrad Tour Von Schaumburg Bike Ride & Picnic Sunday, May 20 • Noon-2:15PM

Celebrate Schaumburg’s German heritage with a police-guided one-hour tour of its bikeways. This bike tour is over five miles. Beginners and riders with training wheels are not advised to participate. • Begins at Blackwell Elementary School, • Entertainment. 345 N. Walnut Lane promptly at noon. • A limited supply of T-shirts will be available for $10. • Ends at the Robert Atcher Municipal Center. • All participants must sign a liability waiver prior to departure. • Tour rides as a group. • Bus transportation for participants and their bikes will be • Free hot dog or brat, chips and a drink. provided from the Village Plaza back to Blackwell Elementary • Riders will receive a wristband at Blackwell School starting at 1:45PM. School that allows priority access to the • No pre-registration required. post-race refreshments. Age All ages

Day Time Su 12:00-2:15P

Date Location 05/20 Blackwell Elementary School

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National Bike to Work Week

In honor of National Bike to Work Week, Schaumburg residents are encouraged to ride their bikes to work during the week of May 14-18. Join the #1 bicycle fan, Village President Al Larson, on a bike ride to Schaumburg’s Robert O. Atcher Municipal Center on Friday, May 18. The ride will begin at 9:30AM from the Meineke Recreation Center’s bike pathway. For additional information, contact Richard Bascomb at 847/923-3862.

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Special Events Home Run 5K and ½ Mile Youth Run USATF Certified Course | Chip-Timed Event

½ Mile Run for Ages 3-9 Run starts at 8AM Medals for all participants. Parents are encouraged to run with children.

Sunday, June 3 • Check-In/Race Day Registration: 7-8AM | 5K Run starts at 8:30AM | Youth Run starts at 8AM Race begins in Metra parking lot south of the Elgin O-Hare Expressway off of Springinsguth and ends in the stadium.

Awards: Top Male and Female, two places for each age/gender group: 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65 and over Entry fees: Pre-register by 5PM, May 29: $30 • Race Day Registration: $35 • Youth Run: $10 The first 200 5K runners will receive a “Home Run 5K” T-shirt. The Schaumburg Park District cannot guarantee shirt sizes. No refunds will be granted and entries are non-transferable with any other Park District event. Schaumburg Park District reserves the right to cancel or combine events for low enrollment and/or inclement weather. All participants are required to complete an official race registration form. Forms are available at Park District facilities, online or call 847/490-7015 to receive one by mail. Race forms must be turned in at the CRC. Packet pick-up available at Dick Pond Athletics from 10:30AM-close on June 2. Schaumburg Baseball Stadium Pre-registration: $30 Race day registration: $35 1/2 mile youth run: $10 Barcode Age Day Time Date Info Sponsored by 48470 10+ Su 8:30A 06/03 Men 48471 10+ Su 8:30A 06/03 Women 49174 3-9yrs Su 8:00A 06/03 Youth under 10 yrs (1/2 Mile Youth Run only)

Online registration available at Active.com.

Fishing Derby

Saturday, June 16 • 9AM-1PM • Volkening Lake

Take your dad or grandpa to Volkening Lake for a fishing derby. The event is filled with fish, food and fun. Everyone receives a hot dog, chips and soda for lunch. See page 21 for details.

Solstice Hop & Vine Fest

Saturday, June 16 • 6-9PM • Spring Valley Nature Center

Taste a variety of regional wines and local brews at this popular annual event. Tasty food and live music are set within the beauty of the Nature Center backyard and make this a special date night for adults! Funds raised benefit the Schaumburg Park Foundation. See back cover for details.

Summer Solstice Celebration

Wednesday, June 20 • 6-8PM

Celebrate the first day of summer in style at the CRC. Summer treats including popcorn and ice cream will be provided along with games for all ages. Enjoy volleyball, baggo, bingo plus games and crafts for children. Held outside under the tent, this event will make the longest day of the year full of fun for the whole family. CRC Outside Tent $5/$7 Children under 3 are free Barcode Age Day Time Date 49982 All ages W 6:00-8:00P 6/20

Noonie Times free entertainment series

Wednesdays, June 20 - July 25 • Noon-1PM • CRC Outdoor Theater Enjoy great free entertainment at the CRC outdoor theater. Bring a picnic blanket and lunch, or purchase a lunch or snacks. Groups and camps are welcome. June 20 ����� Jason Kollum -- Juggler. June 27 ����� Mr. Singer and the Sharp Cookies -- Chicago’s favorite family band. July 4 �������� No concert. Enjoy your holiday! July 11 ������ Super Stolie and the Rockstars -- An interactive rock show for kids. July 18 ������ Cold Blooded Creatures -- A close-up look at reptiles, presented by Jim Nesci. July 25 ������ Little Miss Ann -- Upbeat folk rock for kids. Entertainment is subject to change. In case of inclement weather, entertainment will be indoors.

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Safety Park Camp Out

Saturday, June 23 • 1-3PM

Grab a flashlight and enjoy an afternoon of camping! Safety Park will become a campground of fun. Camping tents will be set up for various activities including crafts, stories, songs, games and s’mores. Participants may bring their own tents to pitch, but it is not required. Apply sunscreen and bug spray before arriving. Families may choose to bring a sleeping bag or blanket (one per family). PSC $10/$15 per family Barcode Age Day Time Date 49963 3+ Sa 1:00-3:00P 06/23

Yappy Hour Friday, June 29 • 5:30-7:30PM

It’s ‘Yappy Hour Time!’ Get your dog and come out for some early evening summer fun at Meineke Park. Bring your family or just your pooch to experience happy hour like no other! Lynfred Winery will provide samples of their award-winning wines to taste or enjoy a cold beverage (soda or beer). Other activities will include a dog agility course, bobbing for hot dogs and a craft area for kids. Food will not be served and the fee includes all beverages. Must be 21 years of age to drink alcoholic drinks. A copy of your dog’s shot records must be brought the day of the event. MRC Adult: $12/$18 Barcode Age 50049 3+

Adult (No beverage included): $5/$11 Day Time Date F 5:30-7:30P 06/29

Children 3-17yrs: $3/$5

No fee for dogs

Photo by Denise Ambrose, SAPS.

Mowing and Mooing Sunday, June 24 • Noon-4PM • Heritage Farm

Learn about the life cycle of a milkshake at Volkening Heritage Farm! High summer is haymaking time. Visitors to this unique event can watch the draft horses mowing the hayfields, or jump in and help with the harvest. They may also help churn butter, make farmer’s cheese and milk the cow. Homemade ice cream completes the experience. Event also includes kid’s craft activities. Grilled food and cool refreshments are available for purchase. HF Admission: $2/person; $8/family of six or fewer - additional member $2 each. Children three and under are free Day Time Date Age All ages Su 12:00-4:00P 06/24 Photo by Don Riemer, SAPS.

Independence Day: Find the Flag Scavenger Hunt

Monday, July 2 • 7-8PM

Put on your red, white and blue and search for flags hidden throughout Safety Park. Enjoy ice cream after the hunt. Be sure to arrive on time because flag hunts will be first. This event runs rain or shine, so dress appropriately. Check-in is under the CRC tent, just south of the building. CRC $5/$7 Barcode Age Day Time Date 49896 1-6yrs M 7:00-8:00P 07/02

Family Ice Cream Social Friday, July 6 • 5:30-9:30PM

Make your own ice cream sundae and enjoy great entertainment by the Schaumburg Expressions Dance Company from 5:30-6:30PM. Following the performance will be the Schaumburg Summer Dance Concert. Swing dance instruction will be provided by Arthur Murray Dance Studio of Schaumburg from 6:30-7:30PM and live music by Paris Swing from 7:30-9:30PM. Town Square Admission: FREE $3 per sundae (while supplies last) Age Day Time Date All ages F 5:30-9:30P 07/06

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Special Events Special Events

Triathlon: Splash, Pedal, Dash | Duathlon: Dash, Pedal, Dash Chip-Timed Event | Only One Transition Area!

Sunday, July 8 • 5:15AM Check-in | 6AM Pre-Race Briefing | 6:30AM Start Meineke Recreation Center, 220 E. Weathersfield Way

Check-in, chip assignment and pick-up, and body-marking starts at 5:15AM in the Meineke Gym Distances: • Triathlon: 400-meter pool swim/15-mile bike/5K run (ANSI approved helmets required) Race starts at 6:30AM - Meineke Pool • Duathlon: 5K run/15-mile bike/5K run (ANSI approved helmets required) Race starts at 6:30AM - Meineke Parking Lot Adult Age divisions: Individual Triathlon & Duathlon - Men & Women 15-19yrs, 20-24yrs, 25-29yrs, 30-34yrs, 35-39yrs, 40-44yrs, 45-49yrs, 50-54yrs, 55-59yrs, 60-64yrs, 65yrs & over Adult Team Triathlon Divisions: 15-30yrs 31-45yrs 46yrs & over (average age of 3 members) Each team member may complete only one leg of the race to qualify for awards. Registration: All participants are required to complete an official race registration form. Forms are available at Park District facilities, online at www.parkfun.com or call 847/490-7015 to receive one by mail. Race forms only accepted at CRC. Registration closes at 5PM, Friday, June 29. No race-day registration. No refunds will be granted and entries are nontransferable. Schaumburg Park District reserves the right to cancel events or combine age groups with low registration. Entries limited to the first 650 participants to register (Triathlon and Duathlon combined). T-shirts will be given to the first 500 to register for the triathlon and the first 120 to register for the dualthlon. The Schaumburg Park District cannot guarantee shirt sizes. Entry Fees: For forms received For forms received after by 5PM on Friday, June 22: 5PM on June 22-5PM on June 29: $ 50........... Adult Individual Triathlon/Duathlon........... $ 55 $135...........................Team Triathlon........................... $150 Barcode Info 48467...........Men’s Triathlon 48469...........Women’s Triathlon 48468...........Team Triathlon

Barcode

Sponsored by

Info

48465...........Men’s Duathlon 48466...........Women’s Duathlon

Online registration available at Active.com.

National Aquatics Week | July 16-20

Mon, July 16 1-4PM ............. Pirates of Volkening Free treats for children.

Lake

Thu, July 19 1-4PM ............. Tiki Thursday at Atcher Island Free treats and games for children.

1-4PM ............. Let’s get Tropical at The Water Works!

5:30-7:30PM ... Atcher Island Picnic DJ, food, games and more! See summer picnics on next page.

Wed, July 18 1-4PM ............. Wild,

Fri, July 20 1-4PM ............. Bock and Roll Free treats and games for children at Bock. Rock your flip flops off!

Tue, July 17

Free treats and games for children.

Wild West Wednesday at Meineke

Free treats and games for children.

Sox Fans vs Cubs Fans Kickball and Cookout Challenge

Friday, Aug. 3 • 5:30-7:30PM

Team up with fellow fans of your favorite team and take on fans of your dreaded rival. Whether you dress in ‘Cubby Blue’ or you are a ‘Good Guy in Black,’ you are bound to have a lot of fun. Make sure to wear your team’s colors. Participants will play kickball to determine which team’s fans are the best. Participants will receive a hamburger or hot dog, drink and chips after the game. Bock $10/$15 Barcode Age 49992 8-13yrs 49993 8-13yrs

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Day Time F 5:30-7:30P F 5:30-7:30P

Date 08/03 08/03

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Summer Picnics

Join the Schaumburg Park District as it hosts picnics in your area of town! For a small fee, enjoy unlimited use of a moon-bounce inflatable, carnival games and great barbecue. There will also be face painting and music. Registration is not required. • Thursday, July 19 • 5:30-7:30PM • Thursday, Aug. 16 • 5:30-7:30PM

Atcher Island Volkening Lake

$3 meal (includes brats or hot dog, chips and drink) $2 wristband (includes all activities) Age Day Time Date Location All ages Th 5:30-7:30P 07/19 Atcher Island & Park All ages Th 5:30-7:30P 08/16 Volkening Lake

FREE - National Night Out at MRC Tuesday, Aug. 7 • 6:30-8:30PM

Spend a night out in your community! This national event is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, strengthen neighborhood spirit and generate support for local anticrime programs. Events and activities include: 6:30-7:30PM: ��� Visits and information from Schaumburg Police Dept.’s officers, bike and motor patrol, state representatives and the fire department. D.J., music, silly games, contests and sidewalk chalk play. 7:30-8:30PM: ��� Open swim in Meineke Pool. Barbecued concessions and drinks will be sold for a minimal cost.

13th Annual

Dodgeball Days 2012 Outdoor National Championships

Friday & Saturday, July 13 & 14 • Olympic Park

DUCK! It’s back! Dodgeball Days returns to Olympic Park in Schaumburg. The event celebrates one of America’s oldest and wellknown playground games — dodgeball! This is the largest and final event of the 2011-2012 dodgeball season and features the crowning of Outdoor National Champions! Registration deadline is Monday, July 9.

Friday, July 13

Youth Competition: 4-6, 7-8 & 9-12 grade divisions 8:30-10AM........ Team Check-in 10AM................ Captains’ Meeting 10:30AM........... Matches begin in all divisions

Saturday, July 14

Adult Competition: Men’s Class A, B, C • Women’s • Co-Rec 8:30-9:30AM..... Adult Division Packet Pick-up 9:30AM............. Captains’ Meeting 10AM................ Matches Begin (Games played approx. every 4 minutes)

Age Divisions: youth division grades are based on the current 2011-2012 school year. Boys Girls 4-6 Grade............................................... 50094 4-6 Grade...................................50095 7-8 Grade............................................... 50096 7-8 Grade...................................50097 9-12 Grade.................................50099 9-12 Grade............................................. 50098 Mens Womens Class A - Adult 18 yrs & older............. 50100 Adult 18 yrs & older.................50103 Class B - Adult 18 yrs & older............. 50101 Co-Rec Class C - Adult 18 yrs & older............. 50102 Adult 18 yrs & Older.................50104

Youth Team Fee: $80/team of 6-10 players High School Team Fee: $80/team of 6-10 players Adult Team Fee: $125/team of 6-10 players

NADA Dodgeball Skills Camp - Get ready for the Outdoor National Championships!

Youth ages 7-14 learn important techniques, strategies and skills necessary to be part of a successful dodgeball team. Instructors include past and current NADA champions! Fee includes a T-shirt and NADA membership. See Camps section, page 34 for registration information and dates. 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.

Keep up to date with the National Amateur Dodgeball Association at www.dodgeballusa.com

facebook.com/DodgeballUSA

twitter.com/DodgeballUSA

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Outdoor Pool Pass Registration OPENING CLOSING SPECIAL OPEN SWIM HOURS ADULT ONLY LAP SWIM LOCATION DATE DATE DATE & TIMES (All Ages) SWIM HOURS HOURS Meineke POOL May 26 Aug. 19 June 2-3: 12:30-8PM M-F: 1-8:30PM Su: 10:30AM-12:15PM M-F: 11:45AM-12:45PM One lap lane available for Sa/Su: 12:30-8PM 220 E. Weathersfield Fourth of July: Open Memorial Day Weekend adults M-F: 6-9AM May 26-28 & June 2-3. Open for 12:30-7PM 847/985-2133

FEATURES Waterslides; 50m Olympic pool; diving well; locker rooms; tot water park playground, vending machines

the season June 4.

ATCHER Island June 4 Aug. 19 Fourth of July: M-F: 11AM-8:30PM 730 S. Springinsguth 12:30-7PM Sa/Su: Noon-8PM 847/985-2135

Waterslide; bowl slide; spray ground; wading pool; locker rooms; concessions stand

BOCK POOL June 4 Sept. 3 Holiday Hours: 1223 W. Sharon 12:30-7PM Beginning Aug. 21 847/985-2137

Wading pool with slide; diving area; locker rooms; vending machines

• Weekday hrs: 4-7PM • Weekends: 12:30-8PM

M-F: 1-5PM Su: 10:30AM-12:15PM Tu/Th: 11:45AM-12:45PM M-F: 6:30-8:30PM Sa/Su: 12:30-8PM

Outdoor Pool Passes will be honored at The Water Works May 26 - June 3 & Aug. 20 - Sept. 3. 2012 Pool Pass Rates

Pool passes may be purchased at the Bock, Meineke, STP and Community Recreation Centers. A membership photo ID card is required for each person. If you already have a membership photo ID, these passes will be added to your current card. If you do not have a membership photo ID card, you may have your photo taken and a card printed at CRC, MRC, Bock and STP, beginning April 23.

Outdoor Pool Pass Rates Type of Pass

Replacement Pass.....$10

Resident

Indoor/Outdoor Pool Pass Rates

Non-Res Type of Pass Early Early Bird Early Bird Regular Regular Apr. 23-May 13 May 14-27 As of May 28 Rate Replacement Pass.....$10

Atcher Island/Bock/MRC Family Season Pass*............................$139................$162............. $174............... $229 Individual Adult (18yrs+)........................$110.................$133............. $139............... $194 Individual Youth (3-17yrs).....................$ 87................$110............. $116............... $171

Resident Early Early Bird Early Bird Apr. 23-May 13 May 14-27

Non-Res

Regular Regular As of May 28 Rate

Atcher Island/Bock/MRC/WW Family Season Pass*............................$208............... $231..............$244................$299 Individual Adult (18yrs+)........................$160............... $183..............$189................$244 Individual Youth (3-17yrs).....................$123............... $147..............$153................$208

Bock/MRC Family Season Pass*............................$87..................$97............... $104............... $160 Individual Adult (18yrs+)........................$65..................$75............... $ 82............... $137 Individual Youth (3-17yrs).....................$49..................$62............... $ 69............... $125 *Families consisting 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 are considered family memberships. Outdoor Pool Passes will be honored at The Water Works May 26 - June 3 and Aug. 20 - Sept. 3. HOME PHONE_________________________________________________________ WORK PHONE_________________________________________________________ Emergency Contact________________________________________________________ PHONE______________________________________________________ FAMILY LAST NAME____________________________________________________________________ Main Contact_______________________________________________ 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.

Method of Payment

Card #_______________________________________________________________ Exp. Date____________________

q Cash q Check q Credit Card Family Member’s Name

(Include 3 digit code on back of card)

Name________________________________________ Signature____________________________________________ (Please print as it appears on card)

Birthdate

Sex

Relationship

Family Member’s Name

Birthdate

Sex

Relationship

Children under 3 years old do not need a pool pass. Fee Paid

OFFICE USE ONLY Total Paid $___________________ Check #__________________

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q

Charge

q

Cash

Accepted by________________________________________ Date_____________


Registration Information Resident.....Begins April 23 @7AM • Non-Res....Begins May 14 @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 April 16/Entered April 23) Mail-in registration forms for all recreation programs will be accepted beginning Monday, April 16 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 April 16/Entered April 23) Drop-off registration forms for all recreation programs will be accepted beginning Monday, April 16 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, April 22, will be held and opened at random on Monday, April 23 at the Community Recreation Center. These forms will then be entered into our computer system in the order which they were randomly opened on April 23. Any forms received April 23 and after will be processed in the order in which they are received at each center. 3. RESIDENT WALK-IN REGISTRATION (Begins April 23) Beginning Monday, April 23 at 7AM, you can walk in to 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 April 23) Online registration begins Monday, April 23. 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

6.

1. NON-RESIDENT REGISTRATION (Begins May 14) Non-residents may register for programs beginning Monday, May 14 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 Date Wks 11930 16+ M 7:00-9:00P 01/10-02/28 8

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 April 23 @7AM

Non-Resident......... Begins May 14 @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

(

)

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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Check #______________

q

Charge

q

Cash

Accepted by________________________________

Date________________


A day of golf, competition, cash, prizes and great food!

Save the Date - Wednesday, Aug. 8! Schaumburg Golf Club, 401 N. Roselle Road

5th

Cup

TECHNOLOGY

Golf Outing Benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation

Featuring:

Shootout Closest to the Pin

Putt of the Day

Your $150 entry includes: • 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. • Barbecue dinner by John Barleycorn from 3-6PM (open bar included). • Your chance to win cash in the Daily Herald Closest-to-the-Pin and Woodfield Putt-of-the-Day contests! • Top foursome commemorated on the Links Cup!

Online Registration Available!

Visit www.schaumburggolf.com/Events/LinksCup.aspx Mail and phone registration will be available in May.

www.linkstechnology.com

www.mesirowfinancial.com

For information on registration or sponsorship opportunities, call 847/985-2115.

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The Schaumburg Park Foundation Presents

Participating Wineries and Breweries

HOME WINERY

An evening of Illinois wines & brews on the prairie

Saturday, June 16

6-9PM

Spring Valley Nature Center, 1111 E. Schaumburg Road • Program Code: 50126

Featuring:

• Smooth Jazz Music by “Together Again.” • Nature walks among the fireflies. • Taste your wine/beer and bring a bottle home! • All sampled wines will be available for purchase at the event. No cumbersome ordering process! • Includes Commemorative Wine Glass! • Non-alcoholic beverages will be available. • ‘Tasting plate’ snacks. • Free parking at Olympic Park (1675 E. Old Schaumburg Road) with convenient shuttle service to the fest.

Purchase Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 day of event In person: Spring Valley Nature Center 1111 E. Schaumburg Road OR Jerry Handlon Administration Building 235 E. Beech Drive Online:

www.parkfun.com

Phone:

847/985-2100 (Spring Valley)

• Advance ticket sales end at 5PM, Friday, June 15. • Tickets include 10 tastings. Additional tasting tickets will be available for purchase. • Must be 21 to attend. ID is required. • Ticket sales limited. get yours before they sell out.

For more information, call 847/985-2115 or visit www.parkfun.com. Benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation’s Campaign to Renovate the Nature Museum at Spring Valley.

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