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3S260 Warren Avenue • Warrenville, IL 60555 Phone 630.393.7279 • Fax 630.393.7282

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PARK DISTRICT BOARD MEETINGS The Warrenville Park District Board of Commissioners meets in the Activity Room of the Community Building, 3S240 Warren Avenue, the third Thursday of each month, unless otherwise specified. Meetings begin at 6: 15P and are open to the public.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Colin A. Wilkie ����������������������������������� President Barb Thornbury ������������������������Vice President Denise DiCianni ����������������������������������Treasurer Tina Coons........................Assistant Treasurer Mike Machowski ����������������������Commissioner

PARK DISTRICT STAFF ADMINISTRATIVE Tim Reinbold..........Executive Director, CPRP Penny Thrawl ����������������Executive Assistant/ HR Manager Linda Straka �����������������������Superintendent of Finance & Technology Kathy Mrzlak ����������������� Financial Supervisor PARKS DEPARTMENT Gregg Ireland ������������������������������Supt. of Parks and Facilities, CPSI, CPRP Gary Jordan ��������������������������Parks Supervisor Dave Rodak ���������������������������Parks Technician Joe Zegiel ������������������������������Parks Technician Kevin Panacchia ������������������Parks Technician RECREATION DEPARTMENT Matt Odom ������������������������������Superintendent of Recreation, CPRP Ruth Brackmann ������Recreation Supervisor, CPRP Dave Weiner ������������������� Athletic and Facility Supervisor, CPRP Sheri Potter......................Marketing & Special Events Supervisor, CPRP Nick Bovio �������������������������Fitness Supervisor GUEST SERVICES Michelle Savage �����������Office Manager, CPRP Carol Bartus...........Guest Services Supervisor Janet Kleiser....... Guest Services Coordinator Jeff Benedek �����������Guest Services Assistant Sandra Nelson �������Guest Services Assistant Erika Morrison ��������Guest Services Assistant Jayne Koldoff ��������Guest Services Assistant Monica Carstens....Guest Services Assistant Linda Robinson......Guest Services Assistant

Executive Director's Message Community is defined as a group of people living in the same place who share attributes of the people in it, and the strengths among them. Basically, you need a bunch of people who are alike in some way, who feel some sense of belonging or interpersonal connection. Having been in the community for 10 years at the Park District, I am grateful for all the wonderful partnerships we have with local businesses, government organizations, and the residents who participate and are involved in our programs and events. The Park District is an integral part of the community and provides several opportunities throughout the year to bring everyone together. Whether that is an opportunity for you and your family to attend one of our parks, programs or special events, the Park District allows people the chance to gather and recreate from infancy all the way to our active older adults and everything in between. I often think, we get to throw multiple parties each and every year for Warrenville to come together from events such as the Multicultural Festival, Summer Daze, Fall Fest, Art on the Prairie, and Holly Days, just to name a few. I often catch myself standing back just taking in the event, enjoying seeing all the happy faces and camaraderie taking place. As I mentioned in my article last brochure, we are conducting our community wide strategic master plan. Surveys were sent out to the community in a random manner in early October and are currently being collected and tabulated. By the time you receive this, the survey will be out for anyone and everyone to complete which is an integral part of our planning process that will shape the future of the Park District for the next 5-10 years. We want to hear from you on things that are important to you and your families along with providing us a road map for our future. This will help guide our efforts to improve Warrenville’s fast growing parks system and plan for the future of our parks and recreation services, including prioritizing projects, maintenance, policy and funding. The consulting team has developed an ADA accessible, multilingual crowdsourcing website to guide the project at www.warrenvilleparkplan.com. This website will provide information on all the plan updates, meeting dates, and online surveys. As always, if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions on how the Park District can better serve you, please feel free to contact me directly. I wish you a fun and healthy winter/spring season with friends, family and the Warrenville Park District community!

- T im Reinbold – CPRP – Executive Director timr@warrenvilleparks.org – 630-393-7279

Board of Commissioners AS OF PUBLICATION DATE

Colin A. Wilkie

Denise DiCianni

Barb Thornbury

Tina Coons

Mike Machowski


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*R egistrations can be completed at the FitnessNOW Guest Services desk during FitnessNOW hours.

Guest Services Lower Level Desk Holiday Hours

ACTIVE ADULTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-45

Sat. Sun. Sat. Sun. Sun.

AFFILIATES.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Dec. 24, 2022 Dec. 25, 2022 Dec. 31, 2022 Jan. 1, 2023 Apr. 9, 2023

Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed

ART-YOUTH & ADULT.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 ATHLETICS

FitnessNOW / Guest Services Upper Level Desk Hours Mon. – Thu. Fri. Sat. Sun.

EARLY CHILDHOOD ��������������������������� 19-20 YOUTH ��������������������������������������������� 21-23

6:00A to 9:00P 6:00A to 7:00P 8:00A to 2:00P 8:00A to 2:00P

YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUES ������������������� 24-25 ADULT-LEAGUES, PICKLEBALL ������������� 26-27

FitnessNOW / Guest Services Upper Level Desk Holiday Hours

BIRTHDAY PARTIES ������������������������������� 38-39

Sat. Dec. 24, 2022 8:00A-Noon Sun. Dec. 25, 2022 Closed Sat. Dec. 31, 2022 8:00A-Noon Sun. Jan. 1, 2023 Closed Sun. Apr. 9, 2023 8:00A-Noon * Hours subject to change. Please visit our website for the most updated information.

Mission , Vision & Values

CAMPS ������������������������������������������������������� 13 DANCE YOUTH �������������������������������������������� 40-41 ADULT ������������������������������������������������ 42 EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS ���������������� 36-37 FITNESSNOW ��������������������������������������� 28-35

OUR MISSION Providing opportunities that enrich the mind, body and spirit The Warrenville Park District is committed to providing recreation programs and outdoor experiences that offer opportunities for growth in health, wellness, and social experiences while encouraging diversity and environmental sustainability.

GENERAL INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 , 3 , 5 6 GENERAL PROGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 REGISTRATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-53

OUR VISION We strive to be an innovative Park District that is recognized by our community as a provider of exceptional parks and recreation services.

OUR VALUES Accountability: Make the most effective use of all Park District assets Community: Work together to create a fun, safe and nurturing environment, built on community spirit and supporting diversity Excellence: Operate with professionalism, integrity, honesty, teamwork, and ethical practices Sustainability: Strive to be a leader in green practices and environmental awareness

MARTIAL ARTS ������������������������������������� 16-17 PARKS & FACILITIES ������������������������������ 54-55 RENTALS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 SPECIAL EVENTS ����������������������������������� 4 -1 2 TUESDAY LUNCH BUNCH & MAHJONG ��������� 44 WDSRA �������������������������������������������������� 46

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JOIN OUR TEAM

As an Employee

MOTIVATED, ENTHUSIASTIC AND PEOPLE-ORIENTED INDIVIDUALS are encouraged to apply for employment. We’re an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce. All potential employees must successfully complete the online application as well as the required background checks as a condition of employment.

As a Sponsor WHERE DO YOU WANT YOUR BUSINESS TO BE SEEN? A sponsorship package with the Warrenville Park District is an affordable and effective way to bring exposure of your products and services to the community in a cooperative way. A sponsorship offers your business the opportunity to give back to the community and at the same time highlights your business with a select market. We are happy to work with you to create a package that promotes your business and shows your support in the community. For more information, contact Sheri Potter, Marketing & Special Events Supervisor, at sherip@warrenvilleparks.org.

As a Volunteer JOIN THE TEAM OF VIPS – VOLUNTEERS IN PARKS, who contribute their time, energy and enthusiasm to the Warrenville Park District. We offer an assortment of volunteer opportunities that can get you involved in the community while giving you a rewarding experience. See the inside back cover for upcoming volunteer opportunities. VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT – ROB & KATIE SPERL: “We moved to Warrenville in 1999. About a year after moving in, Rob saw in the newsletter that the park district had an opening on the park board. Between volunteering for that and working for another park district, it’s easy to want to be a part of the community events. We both used to run in the Firecracker 5k, but these days were prefer to watch traffic at corners. Since the race goes past both ends of our block, the walk to and from our posts is a much shorter distance! The beer tent at Summer Daze is another fun one. Barb Thornbury has encouraged a lot of people to make up the great teams working together throughout the event and we are glad to have helped out!”

DiVERSiTY The Warrenville Park District is looking to offer more diverse opportunities for programs and special events. Help us to develop a greater appreciation of diversity as we plan our recreation programming. If you or someone you know has an idea you would like us to consider, please let us know. Your suggestions and comments will be a valuable resource for evaluating future programming. Please submit programs ideas to Matt Odom, Superintendent of Recreation, at matto@warrenvilleparks.org.

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Scholarships Warrenville Park District is committed to providing affordable recreation and fitness services to all residents wanting to participate in our programs. The Warrenville Park District Scholarship Fund was created to provide assistance with reduced fees for residents who otherwise would not be able to participate in these programs due to financial challenges. Eligibility is limited to residents within the City of Warrenville that meet the scholarship guidelines, provide supporting documentation and complete the application process. Applicants must be able to provide proof of residency, income and guardianship as defined on the scholarship application. Residents who qualify are eligible to receive up to $400 maximum per person per calendar year based on need and availability of funds.

Scholarship Applications are available by clicking the link on our website www.warrenvilleparks.org, or a paper copy may be picked up at Warrenville Park District, 3S260 Warren Ave, Warrenville, IL 60555. For more information call 630.393.7279 or email us at info@warrenvilleparks.org.

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Warrenville Park District

Strategic Master Plan #RECreateWarrenville

Warrenville Park District is embarking on a journey to create a Strategic Master Plan to shape future parks and recreation needs. Residents are invited to participate in this process to help the District imagine what future parks, programs, special events, recreation facilities etc. could look like.

Can anyone participate in this project?

Yes, this is a community-input driven process and the outcome and future recommendations will be driven by the needs and vision articulated by community members.

How do I participate in the process?

Through the various section on our Strategic Master Plan Website, www.warrenvilleparkplan.com, you can provide open ended suggestions, respond to the online survey, know the dates for public meetings and even share feedback through social media as well.

What is the project duration?

The project duration is a 9–10 month process and anticipated to be completed in March 2023.

Who is responsible for the Strategic Master Plan?

The Master Plan is led by national consultants PROS Consulting, INC. (led by Mr. Neelay Bhatt) and ETC Institute.

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PUZZLE

Palooza

at the Warrenville Community Building Gym Each member of the winning team will receive a prize pack including a $10 Warrenville Park District Gift Card. Puzzles will be unwrapped at the same time to begin the competition. If no teams complete it before the time ends, the winner will be chosen by the fewest number of loose pieces left. SP $35R/$40NR Per Team*

Adult Edition Friday, January 13 6:00-8:30P

*Fee includes the custom puzzle you get to keep!

Teams will race against each other to finish the same 500 piece puzzle. You can bring your own adult beverages and snacks. Teams may be made up of 2-4 people. Teams will receive the same 500 piece custom puzzle and have up to 21/2 hours to complete it. 361205-1A SPONSORED BY

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Family Edition

Saturday, February 18 4:00-6:30P

Teams will race against each other to finish the same 300 piece puzzle. You may bring your own beverages and snacks. Teams may only have 2 members over the age of 18. Teams may be made up of 2-4 people. Teams will receive the same 300 piece custom puzzle and have up to 21/2 hours to complete it. 361205-2A

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Daddy Daughter Dance

Friday, February 10 6-8:30P All Ages

$45R/$50NR Per Couple Additional Guest $23/$25

Courtyard Banquets 3S200 Route 59, Warrenville

Buffet Dinner

Chicken, chicken nuggets, pasta, fries, garden salad, dessert and beverages. RB

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Friday, February 24 6-8:30P Courtyard Banquets 3S200 Route 59, Warrenville

$45R/$50NR Per Couple Additional Guest $23/$25

Buffet Dinner

Chicken, chicken nuggets, pasta, fries, garden salad, dessert and beverages. RB

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St. Paddy’s

Pickleball Party Ages 18+ Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by participating in our St. Patrick’s Day Pickleball Party event! This event will include 3 hours of Pickleball open play, prize drawings, giveaways as well as skill contests such as the Shamrock Speed Shot Shootout and Leprechaun Lob. DW

$8R $10NR

Wednesday, March 15 10:30A-1:30P Recreation Center Gym 322261-1A

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Summer Daze Summer Summer Summer Daze Summer Daze Daze Daze

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Flashlight

EGG HUNT Friday, March 31

ALL AGES

Grab your flashlight and come join us for an EGGciting time hunting for candy-filled eggs! The bunny has dropped off “special” eggs to turn in for prizes. SP Location: Bower Elementary School – 4S241 River Road, Warrenville * Egg Hunt begins promptly at each listed time. Only those hunting eggs need to register.

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Bunny Breakfast Saturday, Apri1 1, 8:30 to 10:30A

Hop on over and have breakfast with the Bunny! Children will enjoy bunny activities and coloring pictures. After breakfast the guest of honor will make an appearance. Don’t forget your camera to capture the moment with your family. Space is limited! Register early. Every family member attending must register. High chairs and booster seats are not available for this event, but you may bring your own. SP

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Location: Recreation Center Gym Deadline: 7 days prior

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! d e g g E n e e B e ’v Yo u ies Basket Deliver

We are bringing the Egg Hunt to you!

ALL AGES

Our Bunny will deliver 25 pre-filled eggs and other treats in a basket to your door with an opportu nit y for a photo op.

Saturday, April 8 Deliveries will take place between 9A and 2P

Deliveries are open to Warrenville reside nts only and there will be a limit of 25 deliveries. SP 361200-1A

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Health & Wellness Fair HOSTED BY THE WARRENVILLE PARK DIST RICT

Wednesday, April 12 9:00A-12:00P Recreation Center Gym 3S260 Warren Ave., Warrenville, IL • Giveaways • Free Food Samples • Blood Pressure checks • 40+ vendors providing you loads of information for all ages! • Drawings throughout the morning • State of Illinois Mobile Unit (Drivers License and License Plate Renewal) SPONSORS:

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DAY OFF SCHOOL DAYS Day Off School Days is a great opportunity for your kids to spend their day off school exploring new adventures. The kids will enjoy a new adventure each day that District 200 is not in school. Please bring a sack lunch and water bottle. Campers will enjoy crafts, science projects, and games. Space is limited so sign-up early. If your child has additional school classroom support, please let us know at least 2 weeks in advance of the start date to allow for WDSRA to be set-up to allow for the success of the camper. There is no fee for this ADA service. RB

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Spring Break Camp MARCH 27 – 31 | MONDAY-FRIDAY | 9:00A-4:00P

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The Warrenville Park District offers a quality program for youth during District #200 Spring Break. Children can enjoy indoor and outdoor programming, sports, and crafts. Spring Break Camp offers a safe and positive environment for your child to learn and play. Join us for all 5 days of fun with your friends. Each day has special activities planned to keep the kids on their toes and ready to explore! Registration and waivers must be completed by March 21, 2023. RB 328020-1A Location: Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Daily Fee: $40 $45 Discounted Weekly Fee: $175 $185 (Must register by 3/15/2023 to receive discount.)

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Decorative Planter by YOU! Ages 4+

Let’s decorate a 10” clay pot with permanent paint. Once the planter is close to dry, you will plant your pot with spring flowers. It’s a great class to grab a friend and enjoy the season. This makes a great early Mother’s Day gift! Ages 4-7 must bring a parent. Ages 8 and older no parent is needed. This program is for both parents and children together or just adults. RB Location: Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Mickie Speedy 377005-1A W 4/19 4:00-5:15P $35 $40

Chasewood Learn to Code with Scratch Ages 8-14

Spanish for Kids Learning a second language can open a world of possibilities for your child. In this class students will learn Spanish conversation and some Spanish grammar, reading, and writing skills through interactive and engaging activities. There is new and exciting material each session! RB Class will not meet on: 3/30 Location: Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Language in Action, Inc. Ages 3-6 327091-1A 327091-2A

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Spanish for Adults Ages 18+ Have you always wanted to learn a foreign language, but never had the opportunity? Are you planning a vacation to a Spanish-speaking country? In this relaxed, small-class environment you will learn Spanish conversation, grammar, and phonetics. Class will be tailored to fit the needs of the students enrolled. RB Location: Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Language in Action, Inc. 327094-1A Th 1/19-2/23 7:00-8:00P $90 $95

Students learn programming essentials using MIT’s Scratch coding language using a simple visual interface. A multilevel curriculum starts with children learning the basics of programming. Students program interactive media projects, such as stories, games, and animations. The activities encourage exploration of key computational thinking concepts (sequence, loops, parallelism, events, conditionals, operators, data) and key computational thinking practices (experimenting and iterating, testing and debugging, reusing and remixing, abstracting and modularizing). Since this class is a multilevel program where children are placed based on skill and experience, students can repeat this class and they start where they left off from the last class. RB Location: Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: USEL/Chasewood Learning 377001-1A Tu 2/14-3/14 5:45-6:45P $98 $108

Chasewood Learning Lego Robotics Academy Ages 6-14

The LEGO Robotics Academy is a comprehensive program where children learn to design, build and program projects based on LEGO Education robotics. Using a creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), this class uses teacher-led instruction followed by fun, engaging, and dynamic activities. Students are introduced to basic robotics and mechanical engineering concepts by building and coding a different project each week. Creative challenges are given to students as they progress through levels. The Robotics Academy is a repeatable program where children are placed based on skill and experience. Students move up a level each time they take the class in order to take on more advanced concepts and activities. RB Class will not meet on: 3/28 Location: Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: USEL/Chasewood Learning 377002-1A Tu 1/10-2/7 5:45-6:45P $98 $108 377002-2A Tu 3/21-4/25 5:45-6:45P $98 $108

Succulent Glass Bowl Garden Ages 4+ Bring some natural beauty into your home this winter by making your own open face glass bowl terrarium with a variety of succulents and natural décor to enhance the beauty of your garden. These plants require very little water, are very easy to maintain, and remind you of the warmer months to come. All materials are provided. Ages 4-7 must bring a parent. Ages 8 and older no parent is needed. This program is for both parents and children together or just adults. RB Location: Recreation Center Multipurpose Room Instructor: Ruth Brackmann 377006-1A F 2/17 4:00-5:00P $34 $39

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ESPORTS LEAGUE Thursdays January 26 - March 16

Canines Unleashed Owners Ages 16+ Stay and play with your dog. This is a socialization class that you and your dog can come out and play during the daytime. Agility equipment will be provided for use. Puppies and dogs 45 pounds and under are welcomed. Dogs must be up to date on shots. Dogs should be able to socialize without aggression. Choke collars, prong collars, or extendable leashes will not be allowed for this class. DW Location: Warrenville Community Building Gym Instructor: Beth Bradley 347160-1A Su 1/8-2/19 12:30-1:00P $59 $64

Puppy Star Owners Ages 16+ Now Offering American Kennel Club Puppy S.T.A.R. Program. S=Socialization, T=training, A=activity R=responsible owner. This is a new and exciting program designed to get dog owners and their puppies off on the right paw through basic training and practical skills. This class provides a natural lead into the American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizens Program. Copy of up to date shots record is required. Pups 6 months and older must be spayed or neutered. All pups welcome up to one year old. Pups will take a test for certification on the last class. Successful completion of this class will result in a certificate of completion being rewarded. Choke collars, prong collars, or extendable leashes will not be allowed for this class. DW Class will not meet on: 4/9 Location: Warrenville Community Building Gym Instructor: Beth Bradley 347165-1A Su 1/8-2/19 1:00-2:00P $94 $99 347165-2A Su 3/5-4/23 1:00-2:00P $94 $99

Dog Training Owners Ages 16+ This class is designed to help your dog move through the processes of socialization, basic obedience, and obstacles. There will be a positive reinforcement method of dealing with your pets. Dogs must be up to date with all shots and spayed or neutered. This class is for dogs who are one year and older. Successful completion of this class will result in a certificate of completion being rewarded. Choke collars, prong collars, or extendable leashes will not be allowed for this class. DW Class will not meet on: 4/9 Location: Warrenville Community Building Gym Instructor: Beth Bradley 347170-1A Su 1/8-2/19 2:15-3:15P $94 $99 347170-1B Su 3/5-4/23 2:15-3:15P $94 $99

Warrenville Park District is partnering with GGLeagues to offer a Super Smash Bros league to our community! Get social with this league and challenge your friends and family to see who will take home the crown. Participants must own Super Smash Bros. Super Smash Bros can be played on Nintendo Switch with a Nintendo Switch online subscription. Games will played in a 1 v. 1 format. Participants will have the ability to compete in additional Winter Leagues once enrolled at no additional cost. DW

Deadline: January 9

Ages 8-12

322112-1A

7:00-8:00P

$40 $45

Ages 13-18

322113-1A

8:00-9:00P

$40 $45

Ages 18+

352112-1A

9:00-10:00P

$40 $45

Give the

GIFT of Fun

A WARRENVILLE PARK DISTRICT GIFT CARD is a great gift idea for teachers, kids, moms & dads, or that “hard to buy for” friend or relative. Gift cards are available in any denomination and can be purchased at the Registration Office.

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S P R I N G Kids Beginner Tae Kwon Do Ages 7-13

Tiny Tornados Tae Kwon Do Ages 4-6 “These young ages are absolutely crucial for building a solid foundation that any child’s life is built on. Our program is specifically designed to work on the physical and mental skills necessary to support a happy, successful, healthy life. Teamwork and social skills - learning to interact with others is an essential skill. The activities in class will help develop teamwork and social skills that will benefit our students forever. Coordination & motor skills - a strong, healthy body is essential to a pain-free life and benefits the mind. Our classes will help develop good motor skills and develop a movement habit throughout their lives. Self-expression and emotions - as kids interact with screens and technology more and more, their social and emotional skills can suffer. Our classes will help your child learn how to healthily handle their emotions. Confidence - our classes strategically set up challenges to overcome. The process of failing these challenges and persevering until they succeed is the cycle that will build a strong instinct that they can overcome anything.” DW 312033-1A M,W 1/4-1/30 4:25-4:55P $95 $100 312033-1B Tu,Th 1/5-1/31 4:25-4:55P $95 $100 312033-2A M,W 2/1-2/27 4:25-4:55P $95 $100 312033-2B Tu,Th 2/2-2/28 4:25-4:55P $95 $100 312033-3A M,W 3/1-3/27 4:25-4:55P $95 $100 312033-3B Tu,Th 3/2-3/28 4:25-4:55P $95 $100 412033-1A M,W 4/3-4/26 4:25-4:55P $95 $100 412033-1B Tu,Th 4/4-4/27 4:25-4:55P $95 $100

Getting your child started on the path to health and happiness is all about starting early. The earlier they receive these skills, the more accessible and more impactful the benefits will be in their life. Martial arts classes for kids aged 7-13 years offering a beginner level experience in “”Tae Kwon Do”” specifically focused on building 3 major life skills: Build confidence - we set up systematic obstacles that our students must overcome to build a deep, instinctual understanding that they can overcome anything, building true confidence. Most places just TELL kids to be confident. We BUILD confidence. Build discipline - discipline is a core tenet of martial arts. We help our students develop the tools to always accomplish anything they want and capitalize on whatever passions and goals they have. Build a strong mind and body - not only does martial arts form a strong, healthy body, but also a strong mind. We help students gain control over their emotions and behavior so that THEY are in control of their lives instead of the other way around. DW 322043-1A M,W 1/4-1/30 5:00-5:45P $95 $100 322043-1B Tu,Th 1/5-1/31 5:00-5:45P $95 $100 322043-2A M,W 2/1-2/27 5:00-5:45P $95 $100 322043-2B Tu,Th 2/2-2/28 5:00-5:45P $95 $100 322043-3A M,W 3/1-3/27 5:00-5:45P $95 $100 322043-3B Tu,Th 3/2-3/28 5:00-5:45P $95 $100 422043-1A M,W 4/3-4/26 5:00-5:45P $95 $100 422043-1B Tu,Th 4/4-4/27 5:00-5:45P $95 $100

Adult Tae Kwon Do Ages 14+ Martial arts classes for adults 14 years plus offering beginner martial arts, fitness, & self-defense training classes. Learn self-defense - gain the skills you need to protect yourself and those you love from anybody who may wish you harm. Lose weight - many come to us to lose weight. We can help you achieve these goals while simultaneously receiving many other benefits. Boost your immune system - a healthy immune system has never been more critical. Exercise has been proven to strengthen your immune system. Ease pain and stay feeling young - keeping our body in motion becomes harder to do and more important in our ever-sedentary lifestyles. Stay mobile to ease pain and feel younger longer. DW 352033-1A M,W 1/4-1/30 7:00-7:50P $95 $100 352033-1B Tu,Th 1/5-1/31 7:00-7:50P $95 $100 352033-2A M,W 2/1-2/27 7:00-7:50P $95 $100 352033-2B Tu,Th 2/2-2/28 7:00-7:50P $95 $100 352033-3A M,W 3/1-3/27 7:00-7:50P $95 $100 352033-3B Tu,Th 3/2-3/28 7:00-7:50P $95 $100 452033-1A M,W 4/3-4/26 7:00-7:50P $95 $100 452033-1B Tu,Th 4/4-4/27 7:00-7:50P $95 $100

TAE KWON DO CLASS INFORMATION Participants are required to purchase a uniform through Jin Martial Arts Academy for the price of $29.95. All classes are located at the Jin Martial Arts Academy, 738 Butterfield Road, North Aurora. Instructor: Jeff Puetz & Brett Williams Registration closes 1 week prior to class start date.

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Junior Kids Jiu-Jitsu Ages 3-6 Your child can start Jiu-Jitsu as early as 3 years old! They will develop anti-bully skills, important social skills, learn to listen and focus, gain selfconfidence, discipline and body coordination. If your child is shy and this is the first time your child will be in a group setting, please stay with them to watch an entire class first. This will give your child an opportunity to become familiar and relaxed with their new surroundings and very likely to participate the next time they come in. DW 322025-1A Tu 1/17-3/7 5:00-5:30P $85 $90 322025-2A Tu 3/14-5/2 5:00-5:30P $85 $90

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JIU-JITSU CLASS INFORMATION Participants are required to purchase or rent a uniform through B1 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu & Fitness which is a separate fee aside from the registration fee. Uniform cost is between $110-$150 depending on the age of the participant. All classes are located at B1 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Fitness, 4460 East New York, Aurora Instructor: Bruce Guevara

Get your child involved in learning self-defense, discipline and teamwork! At B1 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu your child will learn a complete self-defense system that will give your child a degree of self-confidence. Furthermore, we teach positive social values such as respect, honesty, humility and dignity. The practice of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is seen as a means to individual development and our kids program emphasizes these important life skills. DW 322026-1A Tu 1/17-3/7 5:45-6:30P $85 $90 322026-2A Tu 3/14-5/2 5:45-6:30P $85 $90

Adult Jiu-Jitsu Ages 13+ The Fundamental Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Program is designed to teach the overall self-defense strategy of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as well as ground techniques in a simple and structured manner so that ANYONE can participate, learn, experience and see the results! This will include self-defense, ground work, wrestling takedowns and Judo throws. During this time, you will gradually build up your endurance, flexibility, core strength, hip movement, selfconfidence and most importantly, your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills! DW 322027-1A Tu 1/17-3/7 7:15-8:15P $95 $100 322027-2A Tu 3/14-5/2 7:15-8:15P $95 $100

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Future Stars Mini Gymnastics Ages 3-5

Future Stars Beginner Gymnastics Ages 6-10

Channel your child’s natural inclination to tumble, climb, jump, swing, and flip in our youth gymnastics class. Taught by a former competitive, awardwinning gymnast, this class will follow a weekly curriculum designed to build mental, emotional, and physical skills in a safe, fun, and nurturing environment. Children who participate in movement education activities have longer attention spans, increased communication skills, and improved selfesteem. Join the fun! DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Aiden Moran

For beginners or returning participants, this gymnastics class gives your child a safe and fun environment to grow their skillset and advance towards a spot on a competitive team. Taught by a former competitive, award-winning gymnast, this class will follow a weekly curriculum designed to build mental, emotional, and physical skills while preparing young athletes for the world of competitive gymnastics. This sport is known to improve self-esteem and communication skills and serves as a great outlet for your child’s inner acrobat. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Aiden Moran 316003-1A M 1/9-2/13 4:50-5:45P $79 $84 316003-1B Tu 1/17-2/21 6:30-7:25P $79 $84 316003-2A M 2/27-4/3 4:50-5:45P $79 $84 316003-2B Tu 2/28-4/4 6:30-7:25P $79 $84 416003-1A M 4/17-5/22 4:50-5:45P $79 $84 416003-1B Tu 4/18-5/23 6:30-7:25P $79 $84

Ages 3-5 316002-1A 316002-2A 416002-1A

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1/9-2/13 2/27-4/3 4/17-5/22

4:00-4:45P 4:00-4:45P 4:00-4:45P

$75 $75 $75

$80 $80 $80

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1/17-2/21 2/28-4/4 4/18-5/23

5:35-6:20P 5:35-6:20P 5:35-6:20P

$75 $75 $75

$80 $80 $80

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316002-1B 316002-2B 416002-1B

Future Stars Intermediate/Advanced Gymnastics Ages 6-10 Intermediate/Advanced gymnastics offers an introduction into the commitment and camaraderie of a competitive gymnastics team. Taught by a former competitive, award-winning gymnast, this class will expand on the skills and muscle groups trained in previous classes. Gymnasts must participate in at least one session of Beginner Gymnastics 6-10 and be recommended by their coach before being eligible to enroll in Intermediate or Advanced Gymnastics 6-10. Gymnasts who are pursuing this sport with a passion and show dedication and discipline will be a perfect fit for this class. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Aiden Moran Intermediate

316004-1A 316004-2A 416004-1A

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1/9-2/13 2/27-4/3 4/17-5/22

5:50-6:45P 5:50-6:45P 5:50-6:45P

$79 $79 $79

$84 $84 $84

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1/17-2/21 2/28-4/4 4/18-5/23

7:30-8:55P 7:30-8:55P 7:30-8:55P

$85 $85 $85

$90 $90 $90

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316004-1B 316004-2B 416004-1B

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Athletics | Early Childhood W I N T E R Parent & Child Creative Sports Movements Ages 1-3

Using creative playing and nurturing instruction, parents and their children share in the magic of creative sports movements. Introduce your child to basic sports skills such as rolling, balancing, shooting, throwing, and catching. The initial focus is on having fun with exercise and developing coordination and confidence. Parent and child should wear comfortable clothing. DW Class will not meet on: 3/27 Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Aiden Moran 316000-1A M 1/9-2/20 10:15-11:00A $70 $75 316000-2A M 3/6-4/24 10:15-11:00A $70 $75

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Soccer Shots Classic Ages 3-5 Soccer Shots is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development. Our caring team positively impacts children’s lives on and off the field through best-in-class coaching, curriculum and communication. Soccer Shots Mini is a high-energy program introducing children to fundamental soccer principles, such as using your feet, dribbling and the basic rules of the game. Through fun games, songs, and positive reinforcement, children will begin to experience the joy of playing soccer and being active. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym and Harding Soccer Field Instructor: Soccer Shots Staff Recreation Center Gym

312089-1A

Tu

1/17-3/14

5:15-5:50P

$140 $150

5:15-5:50P

$125 $135

Harding Soccer Field

412089-1A

Tu

4/4-5/23

Swim With Bill Swim Lessons Ages 3-5 Our preschool lessons program is geared toward our younger swimmers who are comfortable being in the water without a parent. At Swim With Bill, our specialized preschool curriculum is designed to take young swimmers who are familiar with the water and teach them to be comfortable swimming and treading water unassisted. Please enter north side of the building (closest to I88). DW Class will not meet on: 4/1 and 4/8 Location: Melissa Lane Pool- 1975 Melissa Lane, Aurora Instructor: Swim with Bill Staff 322311-1A Sa 1/7-2/25 1:20-1:50P $168 $178 322311-2A Sa 3/4-5/20 1:20-1:50P $210 $230

Soccer Shots Mini Age 2 Soccer Shots is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development. Our caring team positively impacts children’s lives on and off the field through best-in-class coaching, curriculum and communication. Soccer Shots Mini is a high-energy program introducing children to fundamental soccer principles, such as using your feet, dribbling and the basic rules of the game. Through fun games, songs, and positive reinforcement, children will begin to experience the joy of playing soccer and being active. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym and Harding Soccer Field Instructor: Soccer Shots Staff Recreation Center Gym

312088-1A

Tu

1/17-3/14

4:30-5:00P

$140 $150

4:30-5:00P

$125 $135

Harding Soccer Field

412088-1A

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Rookie Basketballers Ages 3-6 This fun-filled class introduces your child to the wonderful team sport of basketball. Hoop height and ball size will be adjusted according to the age group to ensure early success and more fun for your child. The rookie skills practiced will be shooting, passing, dribbling, and defense. Also, basic basketball rules will be covered. DW Class will not meet on: 3/27 and 3/30 Location: Recreation Center Gym Ages 4-6 312103-1A 312103-2A

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1/9-2/20 3/6-4/24

5:00-5:45P 5:00-5:45P

$70 $70

$75 $75

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9:15-10:00A 9:15-10:00A

$70 $70

$75 $75

Baseball Blast Ages 3-6 This fun packed class is designed to help teach your child the basics of hitting, throwing, fielding, running, and the rules of baseball. Parental interaction is encouraged. You will learn many fun drills you can practice with your child to help further their improvement in baseball. Your child is guaranteed to have a blast! DW Class will not meet on: 3/30 Location: Recreation Center Gym 312031-1A Th 1/12-2/23 10:15-11:00A $70 $75 312031-2A Th 3/9-4/27 10:15-11:00A $70 $75

Just for Kicks Soccer Ages 3-6 Our beginner soccer class is a perfect way for your child to burn off all that extra energy. Your child will begin to develop basic soccer skills and start to learn the rules of soccer. An emphasis is placed on learning to follow instruction, playing together, and sportsmanship. Participants should bring a water bottle for this class. DW Class will not meet on: 3/27 and 3/28 Location: Recreation Center Gym 312060-1A M 1/9-2/20 6:00-6:45P $70 $75 312060-1B Tu 1/10-2/21 9:30-10:15A $70 $75 312060-2A M 3/6-4/24 6:00-6:45P $70 $75 312060-2B Tu 3/7-4/25 9:30-10:15A $70 $75

Sport SurPRIZE Ages 3-6 In this exciting fast paced class, your child will play and learn the basics of a different sport activity every week. Class emphasis is on teamwork, following directions, sportsmanship and of course fun! A sports themed prize will be presented to each child at the final class. DW Class will not meet on: 3/28 Location: Recreation Center Gym 312270-1A Tu 1/10-2/21 10:30-11:15A $70 $75 312270-2A Tu 3/7-4/25 10:30-11:15A $70 $75

Hit, Pitch, and Run with Parent Ages 4-6 Spend quality time with your child playing America’s favorite pastime game . . . baseball. No experience necessary. With the instructor’s guidance you will assist in teaching your budding ballplayer the proper fundamentals of baseball while starting to build a lifetime of sports memories together. We promise Hit, Pitch, and Run will be a lot of fun for you and your child. DW Class will not meet on: 4/9 Location: Recreation Center Gym 312073-1A Su 1/8-2/19 11:00-11:45A $70 $75 312073-2A Su 3/5-4/23 11:00-11:45A $70 $75

Kids Golf with Parent Ages 4-7 The Warrenville Park District has partnered with the Kids Golf Foundation to offer kids golf utilizing SNAG equipment. SNAG stands for Starting New At Golf and is great for teaching the basic fundamentals of the game. The equipment consists of oversized clubs, Velcro targets, and tennis-like golf balls. During this class, participants will learn the basic fundamentals along with the life skills that accompany the sport. Parent participation is welcomed and encouraged. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym 312260-1A Th 2/9-3/2 6:00-6:45P $40 $45

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Run for Fun Ages 4-8

Ninja Warriors Ages 5-10

The perfect class to burn off some of that extra “energy”. Your child will have so much fun running they won’t even realize they’re getting great exercise. This fast-paced class includes obstacle course races, relay races, silly rules races, parent vs. kids, and much more. The theme of all activities is team oriented and noncompetitive, perfect for children of all abilities. Gym shoes are recommended. No sandals or flip flops. DW Class will not meet on: 3/30 Location: Recreation Center Gym 312085-1A Th 1/12-2/23 5:00-5:45P $70 $75 312085-2A Th 3/9-4/27 5:00-5:45P $70 $75

Leap, hop, skip, run your way through obstacles and put your Ninja skills to the test. This fun movement-based class will challenge your Ninja to maneuver over and under objects. We will also play many large group games to further challenge their Ninja skills. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Aiden Moran 322054-1A Tu 1/17-2/21 4:30-5:15P $75 $80 322054-2A Tu 2/28-4/4 4:30-5:15P $75 $80 422054-1A Tu 4/18-5/23 4:30-5:15P $75 $80

F3 Athletics Complete Athlete Camp Ages 5-7 At the Complete Athlete Camp, led by Coach Miller of F3 Athletics, our athletes will learn proper fundamentals, while prioritizing fun! Sports will include basketball, soccer, baseball/softball, football and more! Camp shirts are available upon request to Coach Miller at coachnatemiller@gmail.com, but not mandatory. Focus-FundamentalsFAMILY. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Coach Nate Miller 312058-1A M 1/9-2/13 7:00-7:45P $75 $80

Soccer Shots Premier Ages 5-8

Youth Basketball Fundamentals & Skill Work Grades K-5

At the F3 Hoops Fundamentals and Skills Class, Coach Miller will be focusing on balance, footwork, shooting form, ball handling and 3 on 3 gameplay when possible. We will help our young ballers understand the how and the “why’s” of the game, all while focusing on the most important aspect, having FUN! Focus-Fundamentals-FAMILY. DW Class will not meet on: 4/9 Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Coach Nate Miller 322047-1A Su 1/8-1/29 11:00A-12:00P $80 $85 322047-2A Su 2/5-2/26 11:00A-12:00P $80 $85 322047-3A Su 3/5-3/26 11:00A-12:00P $80 $85 422047-1A Su 4/2-4/30 11:00A-12:00P $80 $85

Soccer Shots is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development. Our caring team positively impacts children’s lives on and off the field through best-in-class coaching, curriculum and communication. Soccer Shots Premier focuses on individual skill, fitness and sportsmanship, providing an opportunity for children to be challenged through fun games and team interaction. Children will also be introduced to competition in a developmentally appropriate manner through weekly scrimmages. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym and Harding Soccer Field Instructor: Soccer Shots Staff Recreation Center Gym 322089-1A Tu 1/17-3/14

6:00-6:45P

$180 $190

Harding Soccer Field 422089-1A Tu 4/4-5/23

6:00-6:45P

$160 $170

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S P R I N G Youth Floor Hockey Grades K-5 Floor Hockey games will consist of three, twelve-minute periods in a 4v4 format (including goalie). Requests for teams, players, coaches, are not guaranteed. Volunteer coaches are always welcomed and needed. Anyone interested in coaching should contact the park district at 630.393.7279. Teams will have the option to practice up to once a week if they desire. A park district team t-shirt is included in the registration fee. Each player will be required to bring and wear his or her own shinguards and provide their own goggles. Park District hockey sticks will be provided and used by all players. DW Class will not meet on: 4/9 Location: Warrenville Community Building Gym Deadline: February 26 Grades K-2 322082-1A

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3/19-4/23

3:45-4:45P

$75

$85

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F3 Hoops Private Basketball Training Ages 5+ Looking for private training? Come work on your individual basketball skill set with private lessons from Coach Nate. Every player is different, and each players workouts will be geared towards what we feel is their biggest need(s) to develop, regardless of age or playing ability. F3 Hoops offers 3 types of workouts: Skill- ball handling, footwork, balance, finishing off moves; Shooting- very minimal dribbling, working and basics of shot, speeding up, improving form, etc.; REPS!- for more advanced players, who are at a maintenance stage in their careers (High School and upward). Minimal talking, high intensity drills. Focus-Fundamentals-FAMILY. After registering, the Park District will contact you to set-up a date and time for training. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Coach Nate Miller 30 minute training session 322052-1A 1/2-4/30

$35

$40

60 minute training session 322052-1B 1/2-4/30

$50

$55

Discovery Soccer Team Training Series Grades K-8

The Discovery Soccer team training series allows players and coaches to work with professional coaches in an effort to further enhance their soccer education on and off the field. Players will be offered age specific training to increase their proficiency with the ball, positional and spatial awareness, as well as their soccer IQ. Coaches will get the opportunity to learn about age-appropriate activities, training progressions and creating effective lesson plans. Trainings will occur every other week for each age group for a total of six trainings for each group. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Discovery Soccer Coaches Grades K-1 322201-1A

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1/6-3/17

5:00-6:00P

$65

$70

Grades 2-3 322201-1B

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1/13-3/24

5:00-6:00P

$65

$70

Grades 4-5 322201-1C

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1/6-3/17

6:00-7:00P

$65

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Grades 6-8 322201-1D

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6:00-7:00P

$65

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60 minute training session of 2 or more players 322052-1C 1/2-4/30 $45 $50 (fee per player)

Soccer Skills and Scrimmage Ages 6-8 This fast-paced class offers the best of both practice and playing mini games. Combining practice and gameplay will help your child acquire and improve their necessary soccer skills. Each week player’s will be introduced to and practice several soccer skills. During remainder of the class, they will play mini soccer games. Parent participation is welcomed and encouraged. Kids are guaranteed lots of fun and action. DW Class will not meet on: 1/12 Location: Recreation Center Gym 312063-1A Th 1/5-2/2 6:00-6:45P $40 $45

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Swim with Bill Swim Lessons Ages 6-18 Swimmers learn an easy-to-follow program that builds on skills learned from previous levels. Swim With Bill provides quality swimming instruction from qualified, experienced instructors in a safe and comfortable environment. Swimmers will be tested on the first day of class. Please enter north side of the building (closest to I88). DW Class will not meet on: 4/1 and 4/8 Location: Melissa Lane Pool- 1975 Melissa Lane, Aurora Instructor: Swim with Bill Staff 322300-1A Sa 1/7-2/25 1:20-1:50P $168 $178 322300-2A Sa 3/4-5/20 1:20-1:50P $210 $230

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Cyclones Youth Volleyball Grades 3-6 With its unique combination of drills, competition and instruction, this program focuses on breaking volleyball down into different skill stations. These stations offer the most effective way to capitalize on skills, knowledge, drills and techniques. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Cyclones Volleyball Staff 322010-1A W 1/11-2/1 5:00-5:50P $49 $54 322010-2A W 2/8-3/1 5:00-5:50P $49 $54 322010-3A W 3/8-3/29 5:00-5:50P $49 $54 422010-1A W 4/5-4/26 5:00-5:50P $49 $54

F3 Athletics Speed & Agility Grades 3-8 F3 Athletics Speed and Agility class will focus on coordination, balance, footwork, side to side agilities, and other related areas to help athletes feel more confident in their respective sports(s). DW Class will not meet on: 4/9 Location: Recreation Center Gym and Summerlakes Park Challenge Course Instructor: Coach Nate Miller Recreation Center Gym 322033-2A M 2/20-3/13

7:00-8:00P

$80

$85

Summerlakes Park Challenge Course 422033-1A Su 4/2-4/30 12:30-1:30P

$80

$85

Youth Basketball Skills Challenge Grades 3-8 Show off your basketball skills in a fun, friendly competition. This individual 3 event challenge places an emphasis on shooting accuracy, ballhandling, and speed. A trophy will be awarded to the winner in each grade category. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Coach Nate Miller

Create a class

NO CLASS FITTING INTO YOUR SCHEDULE THIS SESSION? NO PROBLEM!

If you have an idea for a sports theme class then please contact Dave Weiner, Athletic Supervisor to share your idea. Minimum of six participants needed for a “create a class”.

Co-Ed Grades 3-4 222108-1A W 1/4

9:00-10:30A

$10

$13

Males Grades 5-8 222108-1B W 1/4

10:30A-12:00P

$10

$13

Females Grades 5-8 222108-1C W 1/4

12:15-1:45P

$10

$13

Youth and Teen

OPEN GYM

$3R / $4NR

GRADES

3-12

Mondays | 4:00-5:00P

January 9 - March 20

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Youth Sports Leagues General Information Requests for teams, players, practice days, and coaches are not guaranteed. A $10 nonrefundable fee will be charged per player for registration taken after the registration deadline. Late registration will be accepted on a space-available basis and are not guaranteed placement on teams or accommodation of special requests. Jerseys will not be guaranteed for the first game for any accepted late registrations.

Volunteer coaches are always welcomed! Anyone interested in coaching should contact the park district at 630.393.7279.

Youth Basketball League Assessments Grades 1-4

Bitty Basketball League Grades 1-2

All basketball participants enrolling in Bitty Basketball and Co-Ed Youth Basketball Leagues are REQUIRED to attend the league basketball assessment. Volunteer Warrenville basketball coaches will assess your basketball skills. These assessments will help us form balanced teams in the Bitty and Co-Ed Youth Basketball Leagues. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Park District Volunteer Basketball Coaches

This league has been designed to introduce boys and girls to fundamental skill development through organized practices and games. At this age level, players will play on 8-foot baskets and use a junior sized basketball. All players will receive an end of season trophy and graduating 2nd graders will receive a brand new basketball. Players are required to attend the Mandatory Skills Assessment on January 10th at 6:45P. at the Recreation Center Gym in order to participate. Volunteer coaches also help referee games. No records or scores are kept, and equal participation is a must. All volunteer head and assistant coaches must attend a mandatory coaches meeting on January 10th at 5:30P at the Warrenville Park District Recreation Center. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Park District Volunteer Basketball Coaches Deadline: December 30 222151-1A Sa 1/28-3/18 8:45-9:45A $76 $86

Co-Ed Youth Basketball League Grades 3-4 222000-1A Tu 12/13 6:45-7:45P Bitty Basketball League Grades 1-2 222000-1B Tu 1/10 6:45-7:45P

Co-Ed Youth Basketball League Grades 3-4 The Co-Ed Youth Basketball League will offer weekly games played in Warrenville and Winfield. Players are required to attend the mandatory Skills Assessment on December 13th at 6:45pm at the Recreation Center in order to participate. All volunteer head and assistant coaches must attend a mandatory coaches meeting at the Warrenville Park District Recreation Center on December 13th at 5:30P. DW Location: Home Games at Recreation Center Gym Instructor: Park District Volunteer Basketball Coaches Deadline: December 3 222050-1A Sa 1/14-3/18 10:15A-1:15P $110 $120

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Saturdays 9:00A-12:00P

April 15 May 20 Youth Spring Soccer League

GRADES

K-8

Sign up now for Spring Soccer action! This volunteer-coached program introduces the fundamentals of playing soccer through weekly practices and a six-game schedule that emphasizes proper technique, knowledge of rules, participation, sportsmanship, and fun. Players will be contacted by their coach after they have been assigned to a team. Teams can begin practices the week of April 3rd. Each player will be required to provide his/her own shin guards for practices and games. Jerseys and socks are included in the registration fee. All volunteer coaches and assistant coaches must attend a mandatory coaches meeting at the Warrenville Community Building Gym on March 22nd at 6:00P. DW Locations: G race Church of DuPage – 27W344 Galusha Avenue Hubble Middle School- 3S600 Herrick Road

GAME DATES: S aturdays, April 15-May 20 9:00A-12:00P Grades K-1 422090-1A

Grades 4-5 422090-1C

Grades 2-3 422090-1B

Grades 6-8 422090-1D

HELP WANTED!

Instructor: P ark District Volunteer Soccer Coaches Deadline: March 22

$69R $79NR

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Men’s 12-Inch Softball League Ages 18+

Co-Ed 12-Inch Softball League Ages 18+

This recreational league will consist of ten regular season games followed by a double elimination end of season tournament. A $100 deposit will be collected at the time of registration. Full payment must be received at or prior to the Captain’s Meeting. Completed team rosters must be handed in prior to your first game. A trophy or cash will be awarded to the league and tournament champion. A $10 non-resident fee per player will be assessed, a maximum of $60 per team for non-resident fees. Make-up games may be scheduled on days other than the regularly scheduled day of the week. 2022 Summer and/or Fall returning teams may begin to register on Monday, January 2nd. New teams may begin to register on Monday, January 30th. Teams must register at the Recreation Center or by phone at 630.393.7279. Pre-season Captain’s meeting will be held on April 26th at 7:00P at the Recreation Center Conference Room. DW Location: Summerlakes Park Ball Field 1-L Deadline: April 26 152180-1A Tu 5/2-8/15 6:20-10:30P $725 152180-2A Tu 5/2-8/15 6:20-10:30P $10 (Non-Res Player Fee) 152170-1A Th 5/4-8/17 6:20-10:30P $725 152170-2A Th 5/4-8/17 6:20-10:30P $10 (Non-Res Player Fee)

Grab some friends, co-workers, or family to enjoy the Co-Ed Softball League. Teams must consist of 5 men and 5 women per team. This league will consist of eight regular season games followed by a double elimination end of season tournament. A $100 deposit will be collected at the time of registration. Full payment must be received at or prior to the Captain’s Meeting. Completed team rosters are due to the scorekeeper prior to your first game. A trophy or cash will be awarded to league and tournament champs. A $10 non-resident fee per player will be assessed with a maximum of $60 per a team. Make-up games may be scheduled on days other than the regularly scheduled day of the week. 2022 Summer and/or Fall returning teams may begin to register on Monday, January 2nd. New teams may begin to register on Monday, January 30th. Teams must register at the Recreation Center or by phone at 630.393.7279. Pre-season Captain’s Meeting will be held on April 26th at 6:00P at the Recreation Center Conference Room. DW Location: Summerlakes Park Ball Field 1-L Deadline: April 26 152190-1A W 5/3-8/2 6:20-10:30P $625 152190-2A W 5/3-8/2 6:20-10:30P $10 (Non-Res Player Fee)

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Mixed Doubles Pickleball League Ages 18+

Grab a partner for some serious competitive fun in our Mixed Doubles Pickleball League. This round robin tournament league format will run for 7 weeks including an end of season tournament. The league is geared towards more competitive players although all levels are welcomed. Separate league registration form will also be required prior to the start of league play. Awards will be given to the league and tournament champions. Payment amount is per a team. Minimum 4 teams/Maximum 12 teams. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym 352165-2A M 3/20-5/1 7:00-9:00P $80 $85 (Team Fee)

Pickleball Court Rental Ages 18+ Please contact the park district at 630.393.7279 or stop by our Registration Office to register. Fees are for a two hour session unless noted. $5 per a participant will be added for groups over 12. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym 352275-1A 1/2-4/30 $55 $60 (1-4 people) 352275-1B 1/2-4/30 $85 $90 (5-8 people) 352275-1C 1/2-4/30 $105 $115 (9-12 people) 352275-1D 1/2-4/30 $35 $40 (1 hour per person)

St. Paddy’s Pickleball Party Ages 18+ Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by participating in our St. Patrick’s Day Pickleball Party event! This event will include 3 hours of Pickleball open play, prize drawings, giveaways as well as skill contests such as the Shamrock Speed Shot Shootout and Leprechaun Lob. DW Location: Recreation Center Gym 322261-1A W 3/15 10:30A-1:30P $8 $10

Pickleball Open Gym Ages 18 + Class Will Not Meet On: 1/12 Location: Recreation Center Gym Tu 1/3-4/25 11:30A-1:30P $5 Th 1/5-4/27 7:15-9:15P $5

$6 $6

Pickleball Plus Ages 18+

Registration closes 1 week prior to class start date.

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This class offers a unique combination of 2 HOURS of nonstop Pickleball action in an Open Gym type format PLUS available expert advice to help you improve your game. Curious what Pickleball is? Please visit www.usapa.org fur further details. DW Class Will Not Meet On: 4/9 Location: Recreation Center Gym M 1/2-4/24 11:30A-1:30P $5 $6 F 1/6-4/28 11:30A-1:30P $5 $6 Su 1/8-4/30 11:30A-1:30P $5 $6

SAVE THE DATE! 2023 Tony Malia Pickleball Classic

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N E OP USE O H eat, go!

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• Giveaways

9:00A-Noon

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About FitnessNOW FitnessNOW is a full service fitness facility offering a fitness floor loaded with cardio equipment, strength machines, free weights, and a stretching area. Other services include: an indoor walking track, group exercise classes, specialty fitness classes, personal training, and locker rooms.

FitnessNOW Hours of Operation

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MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION • Verification of age and proof of residency may be required for each membership. • Members ages 12-14 must be accompanied by an adult member

18 years of age or older when using any entity of FitnessNOW. • All members/guests under the age of 18 must have a waiver

signed by a legal guardian prior to using the facility.

My Elite Membership • Unlimited use of the FitnessNOW facility (Cardio Equipment, Strength Machines, Free Weights, Stretching Area) • Unlimited use of the track (17 laps = 1 Mile) • Unlimited group exercise classes (excludes Fitness Specialty Programs)

Monday – Thursday

6:00A to 9:00P

Friday

6:00A to 7:00P

Saturday

8:00A to 2:00P

• Locker rooms

Sunday

8:00A to 2:00P

• Discount on Personal Training

*Facility doors will be locked 5 minutes prior to close * Hours subject to change. Please visit our website for the most updated information.

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• Complimentary open gym • Use of gym when not in use for a program

• Member contests/challenges

My Annual Membership • All the above - excludes group exercise classes • Discount on Group Fitness Classes and Personal Training

FitnessNOW Holiday Hours

My Track Membership (17 laps = 1 Mile) • Use of Track only

Saturday

Dec. 24, 2022

8:00A-Noon

Sunday

Dec. 25, 2022

Closed

Saturday

Dec. 31, 2022

8:00A-Noon

• Includes fitness center, track and group fitness classes. Inquire within to see if you qualify.

Sunday

Jan. 1, 2023

Closed

My SilverSneakers Membership

Sun.

Apr. 9, 2023

8:00A-Noon

My Renew Active Membership

• Includes fitness center and track Inquire within to see if you qualify.

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All Fitness fitness center, group exercise classes, and track Elite Pass

The Elite Pass is the pass that offers it all.

Payment

Resident

$45/mo

Non-Resident

$50/mo

FitnessNOW Options

This pass includes unlimited usage of the fitness center, unlimited track use, admittance to Open Gym, and unlimited group exercise classes (excluding Fitness Specialty Programs). This pass is available through one low monthly EFT payment only.

A $25 Enrollment Fee applies to all New Memberships. (excluding Silver Sneakers, Renew Active, Track & Daily Fees)

Fitness Center & Track fitness center & track only

Resident

*EFT/Monthly

*Annual

Individual

$22/mo

$250

Adult Couple

$31/mo

$363

Family*

$37/mo

$436

Senior (55+)

$16/mo

$184

Senior Couple (55+)

$23/mo

$264

Youth (12-21)

$16/mo

$184

*EFT/Monthly

*Annual

Individual

$27/mo

$300

Adult Couple

$41/mo

$465

Family*

$47/mo

$550

Senior (55+)

$21/mo

$238

Non-Resident

Senior Couple (55+)

$31/mo

$343

Youth (12-21)

$21/mo

$238

* = All EFT contracts and Annual memberships are a 12 mo. commitment. * = All EFT contracts draw from a checking account or credit card each month. * = All Annual Memberships are paid in full options. - An Adult Couple is defined as any two persons residing in the same household within the ages of 21-54.99. - Proof of Residency may be required for all passes. - A Senior Couple is defined as any two persons residing in the same household above the age of 55. * = A Family is defined as two people 21+ and two people under the age of 21 residing in the same household. - Family memberships only. Each additional family member over 4 people is $8/month or $96/year. Exclusions apply.

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Track Only annual only Resident

Annual Track

Individual

$60

Senior (55+)

$50

Youth (12-21)

$50

Annual Track

Non-Resident Individual

$70

Senior (55+)

$60

Youth (12-21)

$60

Daily Fees includes all fitness *Daily Fee Resident

$9

Non-Resident

$14

Senior

$6

Youth

$6

Short Term Membership fitness center & track only 3 Month

Resident

Non-Resident

$90

$100

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Fitness Specialty Programs W I N T E R new

Chair Yoga Ages 15+

Yoga is a mind-body practice that combines physical poses, controlled breathing, and meditation or relaxation. Gentle yoga classes use basic yoga poses in a slow, low-impact way, flowing from pose to pose or staying with one pose for a longer amount of time for a slower paced and gentle practice. The intensity may be lower, but the focus and commitment are high. This gentle yoga class moves at a steady pace, slowly cycling though a series of floor based or seated asanas and standing poses to balance strength and steadiness in body and mind. It is appropriate for all levels and ages of practitioners. A gentle yoga practice is a great choice for anyone who is afraid they are not flexible or fit enough to do the yoga poses. NB Location: Recreation Center Group Fitness Room Instructor: Patricia Ebelt 350140-1A Tu 1/3-2/14 11:00-11:50A $36 $42 350140-1B Tu 2/21-4/4 11:00-11:50A $36 $42 new

Tracey’s Food for Thought Ages 15+

This nutrition course will help you explore the newest frontiers in nutrition and learn how to apply nutrition principles to your own food choices. Firmly based on science, this course will help you to understand how important nutrients (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water) affect our daily health, disease, energy balance, and weight control. You will learn about nutrient requirements during physical activity and develop strategies to implement of everyday eating habits. Additionally, you will explore the field of vitamin and mineral supplements and understand consumer concerns about different foods and water. NB Location: Warrenville Community Building Activity Room Instructor: Tracey Zegiel 354145-1A M 1/2-2/13 7:15-8:15P $45 $50 354145-1B M 2/20-4/3 7:15-8:15P $45 $50

Now hiring Personal Trainers & Group Fitness Instructors! Contact Nick Bovio, Fitness Supervisor at nickb@warrenvilleparks.org.

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Reasons We Love

Fitness Now

“Where do I begin? I’ve been going to the Warrenville Park District’s FitnessNOW for almost a year now and it’s been a wonderful experience! From the sense of community & positive energy to knowledge & passion for fitness, I truly enjoy going there for my daily workouts - which is a true testament. And the staff are the best including the front desk, trainers, fitness supervisor and group class instructors. I’ve gone to other gyms/worked with other trainers and I can say with 100% certainty I’m going to be a member here indefinitely. Big box gyms and their trainers aren’t as dedicated to their clients and just seem to want $ but my experience here has been the exact opposite of that. My trainer goes above and beyond to create a fun, physically safe workout program for me and I can’t wait to see what’s next. We’ve already seen so much success and I can’t imagine having a better partner in my fitness/ health & wellness journey. Seeing him weekly for our workouts is truly one of my favorite parts of the week (which says a lot as someone who hadn’t worked out for about 2 years before that). I feel like I’m learning more about my body and how to change for long term success while collaborating with my trainer who actually wants to know my input on things along with always checking in to see how I’m doing/feeling. Simply put: it’s the best, so affordable and more than just a gym but a community!” - Nikki C.

FitnessNOW

is a SilverSneakers and Renew Active Facility.

To find out more please inquire within.

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Jeff Benedek

Jeff is an International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA) Certified Personal Trainer who has been training himself for years to become more physically fit and flexible. He understands that not everyone is in top shape. He meets clients wherever they are in their fitness journey and creates customized workout programs that are safe, effective, and fun.

Daphne Briggs

Daphne graduated from Illinois State University with a B.S. in Exercise Science and is currently a Certified Personal Trainer through ACE. Being active is very important to her and she's been involved in many team sports including basketball, softball, volleyball, and kickball. Currently, she enjoys playing a variety of sports with her three children, as well as, biking, and softball. She's open and honest with her clients about what they need to do to accomplish their goals, while making it fun and challenging. She is in the process of becoming a Fitness Nutrition Specialist.

Nora Schroedter

Nora has been coaching at the high school and college level for 30+ years and is a founding coach of the Maverick Swim Club. Fitness, coaching and teaching have always been her passion. Nora is currently on a weight loss and fitness journey and along the way has obtained her NASM Personal Training Certification. She understands the daily effort it takes to achieve fitness and weight loss goals. Nora’s focus is to pass on her excitement for fitness and help each client reach their individual goals with the proper knowledge, discipline and encouragement based around a personalized program.

Janet Tauer

Janet is currently on staff as a Personal Trainer and a Fitness Instructor for the Warrenville Park District and has been employed almost two years. The classes she teaches are Boot Camp, Guns and Abs, and Strictly Strength. Prior to joining the Warrenville Park District, she was employed for 20+ years in the insurance industry in the workers’ compensation arena. Janet received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of WisconsinPlatteville in Physical Education. She enjoys learning and continues to take ongoing classes. She has 5 grandchildren, grew up in the western suburbs, loves to bike, walk, and has run a few marathons and longdistance races over the years. But her favorite job of all time is being a fitness instructor and personal trainer. Janet loves helping people to continue moving and seeking fitness.

Tracey Zegiel

Tracey has a love of distance running and through her running has discovered a passion for fitness and a healthy lifestyle. It’s her goal as a Personal Trainer to assist you in achieving your goals through safe, fun, and effective workouts, no matter what fitness level you are at. She also strives to help you take the discipline and creativity that you learn from your time together and apply it to your everyday lifestyle. Tracey earned her certification with World Instructor Training School and also has a level 1 coaching certification with USATF.

Personal Training Evaluation All members are encouraged to consult with our personal trainers to have their current fitness level evaluated. The test measures flexibility, muscular, and cardiovascular endurance and body composition. The results of the evaluation are used to create a program designed to meet the individual’s specific goals and needs. This program provides information about repetitions, which machines to use, time, frequency, duration, and intensity of your cardiovascular program. Periodic evaluations are recommended to monitor your progress. Sign up today with a personal trainer for your fitness evaluation. 60 minutes.

AGES: 12 and over LOCATION: FitnessNOW $55/Res First Time Evaluation FEE $50/FN Member

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EXPIRATION INFORMATION: Personal & Partner Training expires six months from the date of purchase for 1, 3 or 6 sessions. 12 sessions expire one year from the date of purchase. Sessions must be cancelled at least 12 hours before scheduled time or the session will be forfeited. You must contact the personal trainer.

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FitnessNOW W I N T E R Personal or partner trainings are designed to meet specific needs of each individual who chooses this path to fitness and total well being. One of our certified personal trainers designs and conducts safe, effective, and highly motivating exercise sessions. Participants must be at least 12 years old. Call FitnessNOW at 630.393.7279 for more information or to schedule your appointment. (See below for expiration information). LOCATION: FitnessNOW 1 Session

3 6 12 Sessions Sessions Sessions

Individual 30 min.

$34

$82

$144

$255

Individual 60 min.

$52

$133

$254

$485

*Partner 30 min.

$31

$68

$128

$242

*Partner 60 min.

$46

$107

$192

$352

Non-Resident

1 Session $41

$99

$179

$325

Individual 60 min.

$57

$156

$295

$554

*Partner 30 min.

$36

$78

$148

$283

*Partner 60 min.

$52

$123

$228

$421

1 Session

GetFIT Together Training Enhance your training experience by participating in a group to share the success of getting fit. Our certified trainers will develop a group workout to benefit your exercise goals and help you achieve a higher level in your fitness journey. Minimum group is 3, and a maximum group amount is 8 people. NB # of Sessions

FN

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person for 45 minute sessions

1 session

$30

$36

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3 session

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$100

person for 1 hour sessions

6 session

$156 $162

$172

person for 1 hour sessions

12 session

$294 $300 $330

person for 1 hour sessions

3 6 12 Sessions Sessions Sessions

Individual 30 min.

Member

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Personal Training Packages

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Individual 30 min.

$23

$66

$124

$222

Individual 60 min.

$41

$117

$225

$416

*Partner 30 min.

$20

$51

$93

$173

*Partner 60 min.

$34

$87

$159

$291

* = Price per person

Check out our new FitnessNOW website

www.fitnessnowwpd.com

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Group Fitness Information

www.fitnessnowwpd.com for current class schedule.

2022 CLASS SESSION DATES Session 1 Session 2 Session 3

1/2-2/26 2/27-4/23 4/24-6/18

All Group Fitness classes are offered in an 8-week session format. Participants must register for each individual class.

Fees

8-Weeks

Elite/Fit Combo Members

$0

FitnessNOW Member

$40 per class

Non-Members

$50 per class

*Virtual options also available.

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Vicki Lettow

Janet Tauer Quanstrum

Lesley Ronson-Brown

Laurel Salvador

Nora Schroedter

Terry Szpiech

Karen Ross

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Group Fitness Class Descriptions ANYTHING GOES

Challenge yourself and take it to the next level with a class that lets you experience something new each week. The instructor will get the heart pumping with exciting routines that may include strength training, cardio and a variety of equipment.

BARRE

The ballet barre is your best friend during this class full of micro and isometric strength movements. Using light weights and lots of reps this class will target muscles you forgot you had! The only thing we can promise about Boot Camp is that it will get you sweating! Be ready for different styles of cardio and strength training intended to work your entire body.

CARDIO KICKBOXING

FABUCORE

This class is designed to strengthen ab and back muscles. The class is fun, educational, and full of practical advice on maintaining a strong core and posture throughout the day. A variety of ab, posture, and yoga work will be included.

GENTLE CARDIO DANCE

This low impact cardio class mixes a variety of dance movements. This class involves the following: cardio, dance, strength, coordination, core, and balance. Join us for upper-body sculpting and toning along with core strengthening. We keep things fresh by utilizing techniques including circuits, mat work, and free weights set to an invigorating soundtrack.

HATHA YOGA

Workout your frustrations in this highintensity, mixed-impact workout that burns fat and relieves stress while giving you a great sense of self-confidence. Jab, cross, hook, upper cut, kick, block and more in this dynamic, heart-pumping workout.

This class introduces the new and experienced students who want to connect to the key elements of Yoga practice. Introducing the fundamentals of Yoga with a focus on breathing and alignment. One will be guided through Yoga postures to build strength, stamina and flexibility.

CYCLING

HIIT

Love the calorie burning benefits of cardio but don’t have a lot of time? Come take a ride during this 30-minute class sure to get you sweating while working the legs and core.

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All instructors can modify classes for every fitness level.

GUNS & ABS

BOOT CAMP

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TRX®

Ramp up your workout with this combination class. Improve your strength, mobility, and balance in this calorie burning class.

STRICTLY STRENGTH

Do you want to shape your body and develop strength, endurance and lean muscle? Discover the benefits of strength training. Not only does it have the potential to increase lean muscle and metabolism, it may help improve balance, flexibility, mobility and stability.

TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING

This class combines low impact aerobics with strength training and resistance exercises using hand weighs, Xertubing, and stability balls. Work all the major muscle groups targeting the cardiovascular and muscular systems. Top it off with a cool down incorporating flexibility.

WEIGHTED INTERVAL TRAINING

Use light to moderate weights allowing you to work your full body in a short period of time. The combination of using weights with multiple repetitions can burn fat and calories both during and after your workout. WIT improves muscle tone, strength and overall health.

YOGA

HIIT or High Intensity Interval Training is the BEST way to lose fat and get fit . . . fast! It’s a well-known “secret” with fitness trainers that short bursts of higher intensity exercise WORKS to get RESULTS. The HIIT class combines cardio, strength, core and functional training.

Come to Yoga class and learn how to stretch, tone and strengthen your body by doing specific poses and using the Hatha Breathing Method. Beginners to advanced students are welcome as you will work at your own pace to help improve balance and flexibility, increase strength and reduce stress.

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No classes the week of District 200 Spring Break - March 27-31 *These classes require adult participation.

Curious Toddlers* Ages 11/2-3

Little Hands Craft Exploration* Ages 2-4

Great fun awaits toddlers through songs, crafts, and curiosity stations. What a wonderful way to enhance socialization skills as you and your toddler explore many activities along with gross motor skills in a fun environment. Class will have a closing circle to guide your child into the group semistructured environment. RB Location: Recreation Center Preschool Room Instructor: Mary Brummel 317010-1A Tu 1/17-1/31 9:30-10:15A $17 $22 317010-2A Tu 2/7-2/28 9:30-10:15A $35 $40 317010-3A Tu 3/7-3/21 9:30-10:15A $30 $35 317010-4A Tu 4/4-4/25 9:30-10:15A $35 $40

We’ll enjoy creating a themed craft and hands on activities. Sharing a class with a best friend is awesome. Dress for the mess in our class! RB Location: Recreation Center Preschool Room Instructor: Mary Brummel 317000-1A M 1/16-1/30 9:30-10:15A $30 $35 317000-2A M 2/6-2/27 9:30-10:15A $35 $40 317000-3A M 3/6-3/20 9:30-10:15A $30 $35 317000-4A M 4/3-4/24 9:30-10:15A $35 $40 new

Science for Little Learners* Ages 21/2-4

Science for Little Learners encourages their curiosity of what and how things happen. We’ll explode, make and test unique nature-based projects. RB Location: Recreation Center Preschool Room Instructor: Mary Brummel 317011-1A F 1/20-1/27 9:30-10:15A $15 $20 317011-2A F 2/3-2/24 9:30-10:15A $30 $35 317011-3A F 3/3-3/24 9:30-10:15A $30 $35 317011-4A F 4/7-4/28 9:30-10:15A $30 $35

Little Leprechauns Ages 3-5 Let’s make a leprechaun and enjoy a story together! Who knows, maybe we’ll find that special pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Come join us for a funfilled afternoon. Parents may stay if they would like. RB Location: Recreation Center Preschool Room Instructor: Mickie Speedy 317022-1A M 3/6 4:30-5:30P $15 $20

Shakin to the Music* Ages 11/2-4 Let’s make some music together! Musical instruments, singing, and of course movement will all be shared in this class. Miss Ruth will get you up and moving to the music. RB Location: Warrenville Community Building Activity Room Instructor: Ruth Brackmann 317072-1A Th 1/5-1/26 9:30-10:10A $32 $37 317072-2A Th 2/2-2/23 9:30-10:10A $32 $37 317072-3A Th 3/2-3/23 9:30-10:10A $32 $37 317072-4A Th 4/6-4/27 9:30-10:10A $32 $37

Little Explorers* Ages 2-3 Let’s explore the world around us. Each week we’ll look at different seasonal themes that we’ll learn about. Little Explorers is a class that will spike your interest in the world that you are growing up in. Each week a take home project will be completed. RB Location: Recreation Center Preschool Room Instructor: Mary Brummel 317001-1A W 1/18-1/25 9:30-10:15A $17 $22 317001-2A W 2/1-2/22 9:30-10:15A $35 $40 317001-3A W 3/1-3/22 9:30-10:15A $35 $40 317001-4A W 4/5-4/26 9:30-10:15A $35 $40

It’s Bunny Basket Time! Ages 3-5 Let’s create a bunny basket! We’ll make our own basket and then look for bunny treats to enjoy. RB Location: Recreation Center Preschool Room Instructor: Mickie Speedy 317003-1A M 3/20 4:30-5:30P $15 $20 new

Let’s Cook Together! ~ Story & Sweets*

Ages 3-6

Tie on your apron and mix up some themed sweet treats! We’ll listen to a story, and create a different yummy, sweet each week. Recipes will be shared. Advise staff of allergies before first class. RB Location: Recreation Center Preschool Room Instructor: Amy Davis Winter Sweets

317030-1A

1/14-1/21

9:15-10:00A

$20

$25

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2/4-2/11

9:15-10:00A

$20

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9:15-10:00A

$20

$25

4/15-4/22

9:15-10:00A

$20

$25

Valentine Fun

317030-2A St. Pat’s Fun

317030-3A

Springtime Treats

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Early Childhood No classes the week of District 200 Spring Break - March 27-31

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*These classes require adult participation.

Chopped Junior Ages 4-12 You love the TV show and the drama of the competition! Join a real-life team in creating junior-mini pot pies, fruit kabobs, and yummy sugar cookies. RB Location: W infield Park District 0N020 County Farm Road, Winfield Instructor: Winfield Park District Staff 317120-1A Tu 4/18 4:00-5:30P $26 $31

Magic Class Ages 5-12 Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn a collection of fascinating and mesmerizing tricks from the “Magic Team of Gary Kantor”! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mindreading, and more. All materials are provided, and each child receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn tricks that are age appropriate. Additionally, you can sign up for this class again and again since brand new tricks are always taught at each session! RB Location: W heaton Park District Community Center 1777 S. Blanchard St., Wheaton Instructor: Gary Kantor Magic Team 317130-1A Th 2/2 5:15-6:10P $22 $27 317130-2A Th 3/9 5:15-6:10P $22 $27 317130-3A Th 5/25 4:00-4:55P $22 $27

Paint a Bird House* Ages 3-6 It’s a great time to celebrate the spring and the return of our feathered friends! We’ll paint a special bird house for our feathered friends to keep them warm during the end of the winter months. Please dress for permanent paint. Class includes a wooden bird house suitable for hanging outside. RB Location: Recreation Center Preschool Room Instructor: Mickie Speedy 317102-1A Tu 4/11 4:30-5:15P $15 $20

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Valentine Treats Ages 4-11 Delicious treats with the theme of love will be featured in this hands-on cooking workshop. Join us to create and decorate lovely cupcakes, fruit kabobs and veggies with loaded dip. Please note any allergies at the time of registration. RB Location: W infield Park District 0N020 County Farm Road, Winfield Instructor: Winfield Park District Staff 317002-1A Th 2/9 4:00-5:30P $26 $31

Spring Treats Ages 4-11 Calling all chefs! Join us in creating spring flower pretzel bites, ham and cheese rolls, and spring veggies with dip. Please note any allergies at the time of registration. RB Location: W infield Park District 0N020 County Farm Road, Winfield Instructor: Winfield Park District Staff 317092-1B Tu 3/21 4:00-5:30P $26 $31

Photos and video footage are periodically taken of people participating in park district programs, events or using our facilities and parks. These photos and videotapes may be used to promote the Warrenville Park District through brochures, flyers and social media. Such photos and videotapes will remain the property of the Warrenville Park District.

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Birthday Parties

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Are you looking for a fun and unique party experience? The Warrenville Park District has everything you need to make your child’s birthday party easy for you!

All Parties Include Party Host

Water, Lemonade

Decorated Room

Plates, Cups, Napkins, Silverware

Music

Time for opening gifts and cake

Activities

Open Gym Play if time allows

Games or Crafts

esigned Theme Invitations D printed with envelopes

Tablecloths

(you are responsible for postage and mailing)

The only thing you need to bring is cake & food (if desired)!

Days & Times Saturday or Sunday 10:30A-12:00P; 1:00-2:30P; or 3:30-5:00P Note: Drive-In Movie Party may be longer depending on the length of the movie chosen.

Prices Themed Parties - $195 R / $220 NR new

Create Your Own Theme Party - $250 R / $275 NR Bounce House Party - $275 R / $300 NR Drive-In Movie Party - $275 R / $300 NR Pricing includes up to 12 children and 20 adults. Additional Children - $10 per child

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Additional Information Reservations must be made at least 2 weeks in advance of your party date. You may arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of your party. Party favors are not included. The party coordinator will call you 2 days before your party for a final RSVP count. Full payment and registration form is required to book your party. Contact Sheri Potter: sherip@warrenvilleparks.org with any questions.

Themed Parties Pirate Party

Arty Party

GAMES & ACTIVITIES: Canon Ball Pop, Walk the Plank, Treasure Hunt, Peg Leg Relay CRAFTS: Pirate Hook and Paper Plate Pirate

Participants will create an agreed upon image on a 12 x 12 canvas.

Magical Unicorns

Princess Party

*Note: Participants will be provided with an apron.

GAMES & ACTIVITIES: Unicorn Tattoos, Unicorn Ring Toss, Pin the Horn on the Unicorn, Unicorn Relay CRAFTS: Unicorn Mask and Unicorn Dream Catcher

Puppy Pawty

GAMES & ACTIVITIES: Princess Freeze Dance, Pin the Princess in the Castle, Musical Thrones, Princess Photo Booth CRAFTS: Princess Crown and Princess Wand

GAMES & ACTIVITIES: Agility Course, Musical Puppy Bones, Puppy Trainer Says!, Feed the Puppy CRAFTS: Paper Plate Puppy and Puppy Puppet

Sports Stars

Calling All Superheroes

Bounce House

GAMES & ACTIVITIES: Musical Superheroes, Superhero Training, Pass the Power, Catch the Villain CRAFTS: Superhero Cape and Superhero Mask

Open Play in our inflatable Bounce House and Obstacle Course CRAFT: Create Your Own Party Hat

Nerf Games

Drive-In Movie

GAMES & ACTIVITIES: Nerf Target Practice and Nerf Battle Games CRAFT: Target Spinners for Target Practice Game

Participants will enjoy a movie (provided by you) on our 16’ inflatable screen from their “car” they create. CRAFT: Create Your Own Cardboard Box Car

* Note: Participants must provide their own Nerf gun. We will provide ammo and goggles.

*Note: Party also includes fresh-popped popcorn.

You Pick 4 Sports: Basketball, Dodgeball, Obstacle Course, Volleyball, Soccer, Flag Football, Wiffleball

new Create Your Own Theme Party – Choose your own theme and we will coordinate the decorations and crafts/activities to match! “Providing Opportunities that Enrich the Mind, Body and Spirit”

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All Dance Classes are held in the Warrenville Community Building Studio except for those marked with an *, which are held in the Warrenville Community Building Activity Room. Classes will not meet the week of District #200 Spring Break March 27 thru April 1. Fee includes professional classroom instructor, show costume, tights, music fees, and choreography (except for Animated Adventures, Jumps & Turns Intensive, and Tiny Toes). SPRING DANCE SHOW DATE TBD. All Dance Program related questions can be emailed to Ruth Brackmann, Recreation Supervisor, at ruthb@warrenvilleparks.org

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Animated Adventures Ages 3-6

Dancers will enjoy dance activities and a craft to go with the theme. Come dressed in costume to add to the fun! Bring a friend with you for even more fun. RB Instructor: Avery Sipla 315001-1A W 1/4 4:30-5:15P $10 $13 315001-2A Tu 1/10 4:30-5:15P $10 $13

Tiny Toes (No Show) Age 2

Ballerina Babes Ages 3-5 This introductory class teaches beginning ballet along with development of listening skills, coordination control and discipline. Creative movements and dancing to musical rhythms are introduced in this fun class. Scarves, flowers and many more accessories add to the fun and creativity. RB Instructor: Avery Sipla & Melanie Stone Raimondi 315050-1A W 1/18-4/19 10:00-10:45A $125 $135 315050-1B Sa 1/21-4/22 9:00-9:45A $125 $135 (MR) 315050-4A F 1/20-4/21 9:30-10:15A $125 $135

Tiny Toes is the perfect first class for introducing your little one to classroom learning and socialization. Children who exhibit reaction to music will enjoy expressing themselves by learning rudimentary ballet positions and steps as they develop listening skills, motor skills, balance and co-ordination through creative movement with props like bells, scarves, and flowers, to a fun array of childhood songs and music. RB Instructor: Avery Sipla 315003-1A Sa 1/21-4/22 8:45-9:30A $95 $105 * 315003-2A Tu 1/17-4/18 9:30-10:15A $95 $105

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Hip Hop/Jazz This class is an introduction to the world of hip hop, which has its roots in jazz dance having grown from an energetic street form of jazz. Like jazz, class will start with warm-ups, stretching and isolation movement before learning travelling steps and choreography. RB Instructor: Avery Sipla

Ballet/Tap This introductory class for the first-time dancer, will teach good posture, body awareness, and control as the dancer learns basic ballet position and movement. Recognizing and demonstrating first and second position, plie, releve and tendu, and bouree turn are featured goals along with saut jumps in first position and echappe (first and second position). Class may be combined with tap or jazz dance to give a taste of other dance styles while still training strength, rhythm and musicality. RB Instructor: Avery Sipla & Melanie Stone Raimondi Ages 3-5 315002-1A 315002-1B

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1/18-4/19 1/17-4/18

10:45-11:30A 10:15-11:00A

$125 $135 $125 $135

Ages 4-6 315002-1F 315002-2A

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4:30-5:15P 9:45-10:30A

$125 $135 $125 $135 (MR)

Ages 6-9 315002-2B

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4:30-5:15P

$125 $135

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Jumps & Turns Intensive Ages 7-14

The young dancer will focus on advanced turns and jumps to move them to the next level of dance training. RB Instructor: Avery Sipla 325000-1A Th 1/12 5:15-6:00P $10 $13 325000-2B Sa 1/14 9:30-10:15A $10 $13

Ages 3-5 325050-1A 325050-1B

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10:15-11:00A 4:30-5:15P

$125 $135 $125 $135

Ages 4-6 325050-2A 325050-3A

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4:30-5:15P 10:15-11:00A

$125 $135 $125 $135 *

Ages 6-9 325050-4A 325050-4B

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5:15-6:00P 5:15-6:00P

$125 $135 $125 $135

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9:30-10:15A

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Ages 8-13 325050-5A 325050-5B

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6:00-6:45P 6:00-6:45P

$125 $135 $125 $135

Hip Hop/Poms This dance program will focus on technique and performance choreography for both poms and hip hop. Hip hop is an energetic street form of jazz dance culturally developed in the 1980’s comprising of rhythmic springing, flexibility, and body articulation. This class will learn routines with poms combined with hip hop dance. Poms will be provided by the Park District. RB Instructor: Melanie Stone Raimondi Ages 5-6 325051-1A 325051-3A

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10:30-11:15A 12:15-1:00P

$125 $135 $125 $135

Ages 7-13 325051-2A 325051-4A

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11:30A-12:15P 1:00P-1:45P

$125 $135 $125 $135

Ballet Dancers will now focus on more detailed movement, practicing moves standing sideways to barre and across the floor. All basic terminology will be reviewed and used as the dancer focuses on presentation of their movement. Dancers will begin to explore various turning skills and more intricate choreography. RB Instructor: Avery Sipla Ages 6-9 325040-1A 325040-2A

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5:15-6:00P 11:15A-12:00P

$125 $135 $125 $135 *

Ages 7-12 325040-3A

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5:15-6:00P

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For questions regarding the Adult Dance Program, please contact Recreation Supervisor, Ruth Brackmann at ruthb@warrenvilleparks.org

Adult Ballet Ages 16+

Adult Dance Ages 15+

Dancers will learn ballet movements which build to the graceful artistry associated with ballet. Dress is comfortable clothing with ballet shoes. Class is adaptable to various abilities. RB Location: Warrenville Community Building Studio Instructor: Avery Sipla 325008-1B M 1/9-1/30 6:00-6:45P $30 $35 325008-2A M 2/6-2/27 6:00-6:45P $30 $35 325008-2B M 3/6-3/27 6:00-6:45P $30 $35 325008-3A M 4/3-4/24 6:00-6:45P $30 $35

Adult Dance is a low-impact class incorporating easy to follow and fun choreography. Balance, increased mobility, multi-directional movements, and stretching are a few key focuses of the class. This class is nonimpact, may be practiced barefoot, and can be adapted to individual needs and abilities. RB Location: Warrenville Community Building Studio Instructor: Avery Sipla 325032-1A W 1/4-1/25 6:45-7:30P $30 $35 325032-2A W 2/1-2/22 6:45-7:30P $30 $35 325032-3A W 3/1-3/22 6:45-7:30P $30 $35 325032-4A W 4/5-4/26 6:45-7:30P $30 $35

Ballerobica Express Ages 16+ Join Ballerobica, a great cross training class for athletes across all genres, whether dance or sports. Become stronger and get a great workout from a trained dancer. New to dance fitness or a veteran, this class concept applies the principles of ballet to tone and sculpt your body, while increasing agility and stamina. Vary your workout and blend in some of this good stuff. RB Location: Warrenville Community Building Studio Instructor: Avery Sipla 325005-1B Tu 1/10-1/31 6:00-6:45P $30 $35 325005-2A Tu 2/7-2/28 6:00-6:45P $30 $35 325005-3A Tu 3/7-3/28 6:00-6:45P $30 $35 325005-4A Tu 4/4-4/25 6:00-6:45P $30 $35

Private Couples Dance Lessons Are you looking to be at your best for that special occasion? Or maybe you just want a private lesson for fun. Professional dance instructors help you polish your dancing footwork and frame so you can enjoy your special event or just learn how to dance for you. For more information or to schedule your lesson please call Ruth Brackmann at 630.393.7279.

Instructor: Julie Hein

Tuesday Couples Dance Classes

Julie Hein & Don Leynes Warrenville Community Building Activity Room (Enter through lower level only) *PUNCH CARD 4 CLASSES $32 $37 Smooth soled shoes suggested. No gym shoes.

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7:00-8:00P

Beginners /Intermediate

Partners are preferred, but not needed. WATCH FACEBOOK/EMAIL FOR DANCE STYLE UPDATES.

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Art | Youth & Adult For questions regarding Art Classes, please contact Recreation Supervisor, Ruth Brackmann at ruthb@warrenvilleparks.org

Kids – Paint. Have Fun.

January 18

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Wednesdays | 4:00-5:30P

Cup of Love Painting

Discover a new way to paint with your friends. Young artists enjoy painting while a local artist guides them through painting their own masterpiece. All paintings are on an 11 x 14 canvas and all supplies are included. RB

February 1

353298-1A

Funny Bunny Painting

March 15

353299-1A

Lady Bug Love Painting

Instructor: Pinot’s Palette – St. Charles Location: Recreation Center Multipurpose Room

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Midnight Polar Bear Painting

Ages 6-11

Paint . Drink . Have Fun !

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Discover a new way to unwind with your friends. 4 Reconnect over your favorite beverages while a local artist guides you through painting your own masterpiece.

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All paintings are on a 16 x 20 canvas unless otherwise noted. All supplies included except beverages. Must have birthdate of each painter. This is a Sip & Paint class! RB Instructor: Pinot’s Palette ~ St. Charles Location: Warrenville Community Building Activity Room

Pinot's Palette Theme

St. Charles, IL

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1 Brilliant Metallic Branches Painting

January 26

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2 Colors of Winter Painting

February 2

353292-1A

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3 Periwinkle Winter Painting

February 23

353293-1A

$33

$38

4 Bumble Bee Utopia Painting

March 23

353294-1A

$33

$38

5 Loves Me ~ Love Me Not Painting

April 13

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$33

$38

April 27

353296-1A

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$38

10x30 Canvas 6 Heartfelt Bouquet Painting

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Valentine’s Celebration Ages 50+ Join us for a sweet luncheon! Lunch will be fried chicken with a garden salad, starch, vegetable, and rolls. Dessert is cheesecake with toppings. Entertainment will be a surprise, but sure to please all attending. No sack lunches please. RB Location: W arrenville Community Building Activity Room

367143-1A Tu 2/14

12:00-2:00P $13 $15

St. Pat’s Celebration Ages 50+ Let’s celebrate St. Pat’s Day with a great feast of corn beef, cabbage, and fixings to go with, including Irish soda bread! We’ll have chicken too. Who knows, maybe there just might be a Leprechaun under your chair. Bring a friend and enjoy the day together. Fee includes everything and a tad bit of “Irish Luck” my friend. Please register one week in advance. RB Location: W arrenville Community Building Activity Room

367020-1A Tu 3/14

12:00-2:00P $13 $15

Mahjong Ages 50+ Join us for Mahjong open play. Players must sign-in and pay the fee at the beginning of the game. RB Location: W arrenville Community Building Activity Room

January 9 - April 24

12:00-3:00P

$1

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Mahjong Lessons Ages 50+ Mahjong lessons require players to be at all 4 lessons. No make-up is available. RB Location: W arrenville Community Building Activity Room Instructor: Cheryl Pickard

367052-1A W

3/1-3/22

9:30-11:30A

$20 $25

Tuesday Lunch Bunch Ages 50+

Tuesday Lunch Bunch is a pre-ordered lunch from a set menu that is catered from local restaurants in Warrenville and surrounding communities. Lunch must be paid for 1 week in advance. Please

note that once the order is placed on Friday the week before the lunch, there are no refunds. Socializing begins at 11:30A and lunch is served at approximately 12:00P. Location: Warrenville Community Building Activity Room Instructor: Ruth Brackmann Deadline: 7 days prior

PUNCH CARDS ARE NOW AVAILABLE! No need to carry cash each Tuesday. Purchase a Tuesday Lunch Bunch punch card for $60 $65. The card is good for 6 lunches and staff will punch the card when you order your lunch.

$10 $12 fee includes lunch, dessert, and coffee. Reg. Code

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367139-1A 367139-1B 367139-1C 367139-1D 367139-1E 367140-1B 367140-1C 367140-1D 367141-1A 367141-1B 367141-1D 367141-1E 367141-1F 367141-1G 367141-2A

1/3 1/10 1/17 1/24 1/31 2/7 2/21 2/28 3/7 3/21 3/28 4/4 4/11 4/18 4/25

Taco Bar & Bingo Italian Beef Meat Loaf Pulled Pork Sandwiches Fried Chicken Pizza, Salad & Bingo Soup & Sandwich Lasagna Fried Chicken & Bingo Spaghetti Italian Beef Lasagna & Bingo Taco Bar Sub & Soup Grill Out

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Active Adults | Day Travelers Please notify staff at lease two weeks prior to the trip if you use a walker or wheelchair to enable us to secure proper transportation. Everett Dean and the Lonesome Hearts Ages 21+ Everett brings his awesome Elvis performance with his Lonesome Hearts band to perform for us. Everett Dean started his music career by winning his first music contest at the age of 12. Since then, he has perfected his electrifying style of music. He and his backup group, The Lonesome Hearts, are one of the nation’s hottest bands. You do not want to miss this high octane rock & roll. Lunch will be meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, dessert and refreshments. Trip includes lunch, show and transportation. RB Registration Deadline: January 3, 2023 Location: D undee Township Park District Senior Center, Carpentersville 354030-1A M 1/23 10:30A-4:00P $45 Into the Woods Ages 21+ Into the Woods, a seminal work by the late Stephen Sondheim, reimagines Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, Cinderella and other Brothers Grimm characters in one of the most astounding and original fairytale retellings the stage has ever seen. Artistic Director Jim Corti directs Paramount’s journey Into the Woods. Trip includes transportation and orchestra seats. Lunch is on your own at a nearby restaurant. RB Registration deadline: February 1, 2023 Location: Paramount Theater, Aurora 354000-1A Sa 3/11 12:00-5:30P $46

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Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Tour and Lunch Ages 16+ This informative trip will include a docent-guided tour through the Karkomi Holocaust Exhibition, where you will learn about the Holocaust, pre-war European life, the rise of Nazism, and the postwar experiences of survivors. This trip also includes a self-guided tour through their most current exhibit “The Negro Motorist Green Book”. The final exhibit “Survivor Stories Experience” will introduce virtual hologram survivors. You can ask questions to the holograms of Fritzie Fritzshall, Aaron Elster, and other Survivors in this awardwinning innovative exhibition. Lunch is included in this trip. A deli boxed lunch will be provided at the museum café and will contain a sandwich, fruit, pickle, coleslaw, cookie, and a bottle of water. At time of registration please let us know if you would like a turkey, corned beef, or egg salad sandwich. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are available upon request. RB

Registration Deadline: March 6, 2023 Location: I llinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center, Skokie 354040-1A W 4/5 8:30A-5:30P $32

School of Rock Ages 21+ Now we’re rocking! Paramount Theatre’s 11th season finale is School of Rock, the fun-loving musical based on the popular Jack Black movie, from the genius mind of Andrew Lloyd Webber. Trent Stork directs. Fee includes transportation, orchestra seats. Lunch is on your own at a nearby restaurant. RB Registration Deadline: April 1, 2023 Location: Paramount Theater, Aurora 354033-1A Sa 4/22 12:00-5:30P $46

For questions regarding Day Travelers, please contact Recreation Supervisor, Ruth Brackmann at ruthb@warrenvilleparks.org. Please email sherip@warrenvilleparks.org to add your name to our email list to be contacted as venues open up and trips are added to the schedule. “Providing Opportunities that Enrich the Mind, Body and Spirit”

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Community-Based Recreational Programs and Community-Based Recreational Programs and Inclusion Services For Park District Programs Community-Based Recreational Programs and Inclusion Services For For Park Park District District Programs Programs Inclusion Services

WDSRA RECREATIONAL & WDSRA & SOCIAL RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS: WDSRA RECREATIONAL & SOCIAL PROGRAMS: IN-PERSON & VIRTUAL SOCIAL PROGRAMS: IN-PERSON VIRTUAL WDSRA provides& engaging recreational and IN-PERSON &fun, VIRTUAL

WDSRA provides fun, recreational social programs, trips,engaging and special events forand children, WDSRA provides fun, engaging recreational and social and special events for children, teens,programs, and adultstrips, with special needs. Programs are social programs, trips, and special events for children, teens, and to adults specialtoneeds. Programs are structured allowwith everyone participate at their teens, and adults with special needs. Programs are structured allow everyone to participate at theirhas own ability to level. Through WDSRA each individual structured to allow everyone to participate at their own ability level.to Through WDSRA each individual has the opportunity grow personally, connect with their own ability level. Through WDSRA each individual has the opportunity grow personally, connect with their community and to discover their potential. the opportunity to grow personally, connect with their community and discover their potential. community potential. ● Sports and discover their ● Special Events ● Sports ● Special Special Olympics AdaptiveEvents Sports ● Sports ● Special Events ● Special Olympics ● Adaptive Music and Dance OvernightSports Outings ● Special Olympics ● Adaptive Sports ● Music Dance ● Overnight Art andand Drama Weeklong Outings Trips ● Music and Dance ● Overnight Outings ● Art and Drama ● Weeklong Bowling And much Trips more! ● Art and Drama ● Weeklong Trips ● Bowling ● And much more! Social Clubs ● Bowling ● And much more! ● Social Clubs ● Social Clubs

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INCLUSION SERVICES INCLUSION SERVICES Inclusion Services are designed to provide the INCLUSION SERVICES

least restrictive environment while the Inclusion Services are designed to providing provide the Inclusion Services are designed to provide the park maximum opportunity to participate in regular least restrictive environment while providing the least restrictive while providing the programs. Thereenvironment is no charge for WDSRA support. maximum opportunity to participate in regular park maximum opportunity to participate in regular park To registerThere for services, simplyfor indicate special programs. is no charge WDSRAthat support. programs. There isare no needed charge for WDSRA support. accommodations the park district To register for services, simplyon indicate that special To register for services, simply indicate that special registration form. Two-week notice is accommodations are neededadvance on the park district accommodations are needed on the park district requested for inclusion support. registration form. Two-week advance notice is registration form. Two-week advance notice is requested for inclusion support. requested for inclusion support.

BE A PART BE A PART OF FUN! BETHE A PART OF FUN! We areTHE looking for people OF THE FUN! who are optimistic and We are looking for people

enthusiastic. We areare looking for people who optimistic and who are optimisticChoice. and Flexibility. Training. enthusiastic. enthusiastic. Flexibility. Training. Choice. Flexibility. Training. Choice. For details visit www.wdsra.com For details visit Joindetails Our Team. For visit www.wdsra.com www.wdsra.com Join Our Team. Join Our Team.

Western DuPage Special Recreation Association • 630-681-0962 • www.wdsra.com Western DuPage Special Recreation Association • 630-681-0962 • www.wdsra.com Western DuPage Special Recreation Association • 630-681-0962 • www.wdsra.com warrenvilleparks.org | 630.393.7279


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to our Youth Basketball Sponsors.

Two Brothers

BREW TROT

Thank you for your support!

Two Brothers Brewery

Breakfast

Sponsors thank you for your support!

Sponsors thank you for your support!

Sponsors thank you for your support!

Sponsored in part by the City of Warrenville Hotel Tax Fund.

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Thank you for your support of Art on the Prairie

Sponsored in part by the City of Warrenville Hotel Tax Fund. Funded partially or wholly by the City of Warrenville.

! u o y r o f e c a p s t o g We’ve Plan your next party, gathering or business event at the Warrenville Park District. We offer a variety of options from a basic room rental to a large party with prep kitchen or an outdoor pavilion. Review our options below and if you have questions? Call the registration office at 630.393.7279 or email info@warrenvilleparks.org.

Recreation Center Multipurpose room

Community Building Activity Room

Located on the upper level Max capacity: 30

Located on the lower level Max capacity: 80

SPECIAL FEATURES • Hardwood Floors, Prep Kitchen with sink

SPECIAL FEATURES • Prep Kitchen-Warming room

• Tables & chairs available

• Tables & chairs available • Drop down projection screen

Recreation Center Gymnasium Located on the lower level Full Gym Max Capacity: 300 Half Gym Max Capacity: 150 SPECIAL FEATURES:

• Full/Half court Basketball • Tables & chairs available

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Community Building Gymnasium Located on the upper level Max capacity: 150 SPECIAL FEATURES: • Stage

• Half-Court Basketball • Tables & chairs available

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Ride DuPage Paratransit Program

Youth Baseball League WARRENVILLE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Warrenville subsidizes the Ride DuPage program for senior (over 60) and disabled residents of Warrenville. The program is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, including holidays and weekends and provides transportation services throughout DuPage County. The charge per trip one way is $2.00 plus $1.00 per mile. Warrenville residents may register for the program by contacting City Hall at 630-8363050. Once you register with the City, please allow up to a week before you can begin using the program. Feedback should be directed to PACE Quality Assurance representatives at 800-606-1282. Rides are by appointment only (curb-to-curb service); 24-hour advanced reservation required; call 1-800-713-7445 (TTY: 1-800-713-7415).

P O Box 501 Warrenville, IL 60555 WWW.WAASPORTS.COM Baseball Season Is All Year!

The WAA is a not-for-profit organization comprised of up to a 12-member all-volunteer board and is an affiliate of the Warrenville Park District. The WAA’s mission is to provide high quality youth baseball programs to Warrenville and surrounding communities. Emphasis at all levels is placed on sportsmanship, team spirit, and baseball fundamentals. It is the belief of the WAA that baseball programs serve our community by creating a place for our children to have fun, become more physically fit, learn good sportsmanship, and learn basic concepts of teamwork -- including tolerance of others -- and recognition of different skill levels. Some of our major activities throughout the year include the season opener and league banquet, All-Star games and the annual 4th of July Cerny Series. We also fund travel team tournaments, capital improvements, and general field maintenance via our procurement and management of Hotel Funds from the City of Warrenville. The league is open to boys and girls between the ages of 5-14. Practices usually begin around April 1 with games starting April 30. Games are played throughout the week and continue until June. Playoffs for Pinto, Mustang, Bronco, and Pony leagues end the first week of July. In addition to the spring season, we also offer a "Fall Ball" season. We will be sending out more information on registration for fall ball in the near future.

Rider restrictions include Warrenville residents age 16 and older with an RTA card or anyone 60 and older. Ride DuPage is a cash-only service and the cost per ride oneway is $2.00 plus $1.00 per mile (rounded to the nearest half mile). The service is available twentyfour hours per day, seven days per week, including weekends and holidays.

You can volunteer your time for special events that support our program; please contact the WAA at volunteer@waasports.com. Leagues fill up fast so get in early to ensure your spot.

Riders can travel anywhere throughout DuPage County, for any reason, including personal visits, shopping trips, medical appointments, or just getting to and from work.

For more information on registration or for baseball related inquiries please contact: Robert Schwichtenberg, rjs78@hotmail.com, 630.723.8425

Trips must be scheduled a minimum of 24 hours in advance.

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Planned Financial Independence Co. presents Warrenville Park District Community Impact On November 9, the Warrenville Park District celebrated the 10th anniversary of Pickleball. This interactive and low-impact sport provides many health and social benefits. Tony Malia will forever be known for introducing the sport of Pickleball to the Warrenville community and we are thankful for his dedication to the Warrenville Park District athletic programs. The resurfacing project for the gym floor at the Recreation Center was completed in September. This included a complete sanding of the original 17-year-old floor, fresh lining, new seal and the addition of our logo at center court. On October 21, FitnessNOW hosted a Boot Camp for Breast Cancer fundraiser. Through registration fees and donations, together we raised $275 which was donated to the LivingWell Cancer Resource Center here in Warrenville. 50

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6 WAYS TO REGISTER 1. Online Visit our website at www.warrenvilleparks.org and complete the online registration.

2. Mail Include signed registration form with credit card information (MasterCard, Visa & Discover) or check payable to the Warrenville Park District. Please mail to: Warrenville Park District 3S260 Warren Avenue Warrenville, IL 60555

3. Fax Fax registration form to 630.393.7282 with complete credit card information MasterCard, Visa and Discover accepted.

4. Walk-In Recreation Center lower Level Registration Office at: 3S260 Warren Avenue, Warrenville, IL Monday - Friday: 9:00A-5:00P Registration is also accepted at the FitnessNOW Desk. (See page 1 for Hours of Operation)

5. Drop-Off A Drop Box is located at the Recreation Center, 3S260 Warren Avenue, Warrenville IL. Warren Avenue Entrance, Door #1.

6. Phone Contact the Warrenville Park District at 630.393.7279 with name, address, telephone number, program details and credit card information. (Visa, Mastercard and Discover accepted)

Registration Information

• Registrations are processed at the Park District Recreation Center at 3S260 Warren Avenue. • Registration is required 7 days prior to start of class to avoid cancellation of program unless otherwise noted. • Your check is your receipt. If you wish a class confirmation,

Waiver Required For insurance purposes, participation in Warrenville Park District programs and activities requires a signed waiver. Please sign the waiver section of the registration form. By applying to participate in these recreation programs, each resident/non-resident realizes the inherent risks involved in the program and appreciates the nature of these risks. The applicant holds the park district harmless for any damage caused by participation in these programs. The park district provides no medical insurance. Your fax or online signature will be considered your original signature.

Medical Information Please provide us with any medical information about the participant when you register. If you or your child have any medical allergies, special needs, or anything we need to know to make your experience safe and pleasant, please provide us with your complete information at time of registration. Medical forms may be required for some programs or classes.

Non-Resident Fee Policy The Warrenville Park District resident via property taxes contributes to the operation of the park district. A copy of a map showing the park district boundaries is available for review at the Park District Recreation Center. Non-residents of the Warrenville Park District will be required to pay an additional fee per program. This is a flat rate per program and will be added onto the regular program fee at time of registration. Programs offered on Community Unit School District #200 property are available to residents of the respective school district at resident rates.

Equal Access No participant shall, on the basis of race, sex, creed, national origin or disability, be denied equal access to programs, activities, services or benefits, or be limited in the exercise of any right, privilege, advantage or opportunity. Contact our ADA Compliance Officer, Tim Reinbold at 3S260 Warren Ave., Warrenville, 630.393.7279.

Photography Guidelines Periodically, photographs and videos are taken of participants during programs, special events, trips or at the parks. These photographs may be used for park district publications and/or newspapers. Please note that we do not identify the people in the photographs. Patrons may be asked to sign a photo release form in certain instances.

Hosting a Party or a Meeting?

please include a self addressed stamped envelope.

• There is a $25 service fee for checks returned for insufficient funds or credit card declines. • When registering in person by credit card, the card holder must be present for signature. • Registrations are not accepted by an instructor. • Registration accepted for accounts in good standing. • Payment is required and will be retained if you wish to be kept on a waiting list. If space does not open up in the program, your payment will be automatically refunded.

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Planned Financial Registration Independence | Rentals PRIMARY HOUSEHOLD CONTACT:

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Address City

Received by staff initials Date Processed by staff initials Date

Zip

Phone (hm)

(wk)

Emergency Name & Phone

DID YOU…?

E-mail

• Provide at least two different phone numbers.

Form of Payment: Cash

Check

• Sign your registration form. Visa

MC

Discover

Expiration Date

• Make your check/money order payable to Warrenville Park District. • Provide your credit card information

Insert Credit Card Number Above

$ Check Number

Cardholder Name

Participants Name First and Last

Birthdate Mo/Day/Year

Authorized Signature Grade

Program Code

Charge Amount Program Name

If required, please indicate below important household/family member comments instructors should be aware of: (i.e. food allergies, insects, plants, medicine, etc.)? Yes No Details:

Fee

Total

The Park District makes reasonable accommodations in recreation programs to enable persons with disabilities to participate. Please specify below any adaptive equipment, personnel or other accommodations you need to participate.

WAIVER AND RELEASE Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up for and participating in programs/activities, you will be expressly assuming the risk waiving and releasing all claims for injuries you or your children might sustain arising out of these programs. As a participant in these Warrenville Park District programs, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury and I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, including death, damages or loss which I may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with such programs. I agree to waive and relinquish all claims I may have as a result of participating in the programs against the Warrenville Park District and its officers, agents, servants and employees. I do hereby fully release and discharge the Warrenville Park District and its officers, agents, servants and employees from any and all claims from injuries, including death, damages and losses which I may have or which may occur to me on account of participation in these programs. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the Warrenville Park District and its officers, agents, servants and employees from any and all claims resulting from injuries, including death, damages and losses sustained by me or arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with the activities of these programs. In the event of an emergency, I authorize the Warrenville Park District officials to secure from any licensed hospital, physician and/or medical personnel, any treatment deemed necessary for any immediate care and agree that I will be responsible for payment of any and all medical services rendered. I understand that my child/ward or I may be photographed or videotaped while participating in a Warrenville Park District Program or special event. I give my permission for photos and videotapes of my child or myself to be used to promote the Warrenville Park District through brochures, flyers and social media. Such photos and videotapes will remain the property of Warrenville Park District.

Parent/Guardian, Adult Participant Signature

Parent/Guardian, Adult Participant (please print)

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Features

Summer- Kiwanis lakes Park Park

Acreage Owned by Maintained by Parking Barbecue Grills Drinking Fountain Picnic Shelter Lake/Wetlands Natural Areas Open Play/Grass Field Baseball/Softball, Lighted Baseball/Softball Basketball Court Playground (6-12) Tot Lot (5 & Under) Sand Volleyball Court Skate Spot Soccer Tennis Courts Trails Pickleball Football Field Outdoor Fitness Equipment Challenge Course Corn Hole Game Toss – Bags Batting Cages SITE LOCATIONS

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8. Summerlakes Park - 3S010 Talbot Avenue 9. VFW Ballfield - 3S371 Mignin Drive 10. Woodland School - 4S208 Curtis Avenue 11. Hubble School - 3S600 Herrick Road 12. Plum Path Park - 3S367 Manning Avenue 13. Wheaton Warrenville High School - 1993 Tiger Trail, Wheaton

SITE PROPRIETORS

P - Warrenville Park District WW - Wheaton Warrenville School District #200

C - City of Warrenville V - VFW Post 8081

Bower Elementary School

Hubble Middle School

Oakwood Park

Wheaton Park District

B1 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Fitness

Jin Martial Arts Academy

Winfield Park District 0N555 Winfield Road Winfield, IL 60190

St. Andrews Golf Course

Glasshagel Park

Johnson Elementary School

3N441 Rt. 59 West Chicago, IL 60185

Wheaton Warrenville South High School

Melissa Lane Pool

3S260 Warren Avenue Warrenville, IL 60555

4S241 River Road Warrenville, IL 60555

1320 Illinois Route 59, #166 Naperville, IL 60563 Winfield Park District 27W345 St. Charles Road West Chicago, IL 60185

Grace Church of DuPage

27W344 Galusha Avenue Warrenville, IL 60555

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3S600 Herrick Road Warrenville, IL 60555

738 Butterfield Road North Aurora, IL 60542

2S700 Continental Drive Warrenville, IL 60555 1975 Melissa Lane Aurora, IL 60506

1777 S. Blanchard St. Wheaton, IL 60189

1993 Tiger Trail Wheaton IL 60187

Warrenville Park District Recreation Center Winfield Park District

0N020 County Farm Road Winfield, IL 60190-1302

Warrenville Community Building 3S240 Warren Avenue Warrenville, IL 60555

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3 Cerny Park - 28W415 Forestview Road

10 Woodland School - 4S208 Curtis Avenue

4 Harding Field - Warrenville Road & Mignin Drive

11 Hubble School - 3S600 Herrick Road

5 Kiwanis Park - 3S075 Home Avenue

12 Plum Path Park - 3S367 Manning Avenue

6 Lions Park - 27W650 Parkview Avenue

13 Wh eaton Warrenville South High School 1993 Tiger Trail, Wheaton

7 Sesqui Complex - 29W200 Warrenville Road

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Program Refund Policy

A refund will be considered for the following reasons: 1. All refund requests must be received at least two business days prior to the program start date unless otherwise specified. You will receive your choice of a refund or household credit if the program is cancelled by the Warrenville Park District. 2. All refunds applied for are subject to a 10% or $5 minimum service charge, and if applicable, program fees.. 3. No refunds will be given after class begins without a doctor’s certificate. Fees will be prorated starting with the day the Refund Application is received in the Park District Registration Office. The amount of the refund will be credited to your household balance and may be used to register for other programs. 4. Check refunds are approved at the Warrenville Park District board meetings held on the third Thursday of each month, unless otherwise designated. Deadline for submission is the 30th of each month.

Trip Refund Policy Applicants need to complete a Trip Refund Form at least two business days prior to the trip. Applicants may only receive a refund if they find a replacement person to occupy their place on a trip or if the Warrenville Park District has not paid trip expenses. Service charges will apply. In cases of sickness or emergency, participants will need to leave a message at 630.393.7279 x307, prior to trip departure with their name, telephone number, trip name, and reason for canceling.

Our Commitment to Quality and Service Total quality management is one of our goals. We strive to provide you with high quality recreation programming, and we take pride in making your experience with the Warrenville Park District an enjoyable one. If you are not completely satisfied with your recreation experience or any service that the park district provides, please contact us to share your concerns and suggestions for improvement. We would also like to hear what you especially like about our programs and services. Please call 630.393.7279 to receive our Customer Feedback Form.

Errors and Adjustments While we at the Warrenville Park District try to be accurate in the information presented in our brochure, some unavoidable errors or changes to the programs, fees, schedules, and other information may occur. The Park District apologizes for any inconvenience resulting from these necessary adjustments.

Park District Risk Management Association In 1993, the Warrenville Park District became a member of the Park District Risk Management Agency (PDRMA). As a loss prevention measure, that group has asked its members to require program participants to execute a release form. The Waiver, Release and Hold Harmless Agreement is part of the registration form. Please read the form carefully, sign it and submit it when you register for any particular program. At the time of registration or at the first program session, you may be presented with a sheet describing some of the particular risk involved in that particular activity for which you have registered. If so, that additional material will become a part of the Waiver. Release and Hold Harmless Agreement. We want the registrants in our programs to be aware in advance that, when they participate in certain activities, there is a natural element of risk of injury which each participant must assume. We do not carry medical or accident insurance for program participants. The costs of that type of personal health insurance would make program fees prohibitive. Please review your own personal health insurance plan to be certain that you and your family have the proper coverage. The use of this form is one of our answers to the national liability insurance crisis, allowing us to continue to offer quality programs to the public at a reasonable cost. If you have any questions, please call 630.393.7279.

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Behavior Management/Code of Conduct All participants, parents, siblings, volunteers, and affiliate groups are expected to exhibit appropriate behavior at all times. The following guidelines have been developed to help make all of our programs, events, and affiliate programs safe and enjoyable for all participants. Additional rules may be developed for specific programs as deemed necessary by staff. Warrenville Park District insists that all participants, parents, siblings, volunteers, and affiliate groups comply with a basic behavior code. All participants, parents, siblings, volunteers, and affiliate groups shall: 1. Show respect to all participants, staff, and volunteers. 2. Follow all program/event rules and take direction from staff. 3. Refrain from using abusive or foul language. 4. Refrain from threatening or causing bodily harm to self, other participants, or staff. 5. Refrain from harassment of any kind to other participants or staff. 6. Refrain from any type of bullying. 7. Refrain from any type of aggressive and violent behavior during park district or affiliate sponsored programs. 8. Show respect for equipment, supplies, and facilities. 9. Not possess any weapons. The Warrenville Park District expects all individuals to conduct themselves in a manner in keeping with their levels of development, maturity, and demonstrated capabilities with a proper regard for rights and welfare of other individuals, staff, volunteers, and district officials.

Discipline A positive approach will be used regarding discipline. Staff will periodically review rules with participants during the program session. If inappropriate behavior occurs, a prompt resolutions will be sought specific to each individual’s situation. Warrenville Park District reserves the right to dismiss a participant, parent or sibling, or affiliate whose behavior endangers his or her own safety or the safety of others.

Stay up-to-date when adverse weather affects the events & programs that are important to you through Rainout Line.

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Calendar s January Jan. 7 Jan. 13

FitnessNOW Open House Puzzle Palooza Adult Edition

February Feb. 10 Feb. 18 Feb. 24

Daddy Daughter Dance Puzzle Palooza Family Edition Mother Son Dance

March

Mar. 15 Mar. 31

St. Paddy’s Pickleball Party Flashlight Egg Hunt

April

Apr. 1 Apr. 8 Apr. 12

Bunny Breakfast You’ve Been Egged! Basket Deliveries Community Health & Wellness Fair

WARRENVILLE PARK DISTRICT WOULD LOVE TO HAVE YOU BE A VOLUNTEER THIS YEAR!

We have many opportunities for you to choose from to enrich the community. UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

February 10 Daddy Daughter Dance February 24

Mother Son Dance

March 31

Flashlight Egg Hunt

April 1

Bunny Breakfast

COACHING OPPORTUNITIES

Youth Basketball Youth Spring Soccer

April 12 Community Health & Wellness Fair Your time is appreciated no matter what you decide to do. Fill out our form below to let us know how you would like to help. NAME ADDRESS

PHONE #

EMAIL ADDRESS

BEST TIME TO CONTACT ME

Please return this form to the Registration Office. Thank you!

ADULTS AGES 18+


PRST. STD. Rate U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 26 Warrenville, IL

3 S 260 Warren Avenue Warrenville, IL 60555

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Giveaways, Healthy Snacks, Personal Training Evaluations, Class Demos, Drawings, Membership Specials Programs and events in this program guide are subject to changes due to the unknown parameters of COVID-19 at the time of printing. All programs and events will follow current CDC/IDPH guidelines. Program Supervisors will notify patrons of any program specific guidelines or changes.