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Spring 2013 4 WAYS TO REGISTER 1

MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Hoffman Estates Park District is to enhance the quality of life of our residents and guests by providing first class parks, facilities, programs and services through environmentally and fiscally responsible management practices.

Online Registration Register online at heparks.org. Click on Registration and sign in. User name: your phone number (no dashes or spaces) Password: your household number

COMMUNITY COMMITMENT The Hoffman Estates Park District remains committed to providing the best recreation and leisure services to our community. With our “satisfaction guaranteed” pledge, residents and their guests can be assured that the Hoffman Estates Park District staff will work to not only meet expectations, but surpass them.

*User Name and Password can be changed to whatever you choose. For assistance call 847-885-7500.

CUSTOMER SERVICE PLEDGE 2

Drop-Off Registration Pick up registration form at Triphahn Center or Willow during facility hours. Fill out the registration form completely and staple your payment to the form. After facility hours, place form with payment in drop box located on the west wall of the entrance outside of Triphahn Center.

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Walk-In Registration Walk-in registrations are processed at Triphahn Center, Willow and PSS&WC. Walk-in registrations will be processed while individuals wait and immediate confirmation of enrollment with a receipt will be issued. Walk-in registration receipts will not be mailed.

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Our satisfaction guarantee is our promise to provide quality parks, facilities, recreation programs and leisure services that meet the expectations of our customers. If you are not satisfied with any recreational program the HEPD provides due to the quality of instruction, the child’s inability to adapt emotionally to the class, or the inappropriate skill level for the registered participant, a full refund will be processed. To determine that a class does not meet their satisfaction, participants must attend the first two class sessions, but request a refund and fill out all appropriate paperwork before the third class meeting. Refund request forms are available at the Triphahn Center, Willow Recreation Center and Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center. No processing fee will apply to refunds issued under the Satisfaction Guarantee Policy. If you are not satisfied, we would appreciate your comments, suggestions, or ideas for improvement. Please look for our customer comment cards at all district facilities. We appreciate hearing your positive comments, as well as your suggestions for improvement.

Mail-In Registration

Pick up registration form. Fill out the form completely. Sign registration form. Include payment (no cash). Mail to: Hoffman Estates Park District 1685 West Higgins Road Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169

Registration forms must be signed to enable us to process the registration. A legal guardian must sign for individuals younger than 18 years old.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Childhood obesity has reached epidemic proportions in our country, as demonstrated by the report of the Centers for Disease Control, which indicates approximately 17% (or 12.5 million) of children and adolescents aged 2—19 years are obese. HEPD wants to help! At HEPD, we’re taking this epidemic seriously by addressing the ways that we can help parents and their children in our community. We’ve assembled a task force of managers and staff to educate and assist our community to improve health and lead healthier lifestyles. The program, called HEALTH

You’ll notice in the guide programs marked with Whenever you see the apple, you’ll know that’s a program that promotes

A publication for parents in Hoffman Estates concerned about the health and wellness of the children in our community.

To receive future issues through e-mail, text HEALTHeKIDS to 22828.

(Helping Everyone Achieve a Lifestyle That’s Healthy), will be multi-faceted and on-going. We have developed a publication, for parents HEALTHeKids that promotes health and wellness in children; particularly those facing weight control issues. Other initiatives may include speakers at mandatory pre-season parent meetings for youth sports. The park district will work with sponsor Alexian Brothers to provide information about ways to keep kids at a healthy weight. Our staff Registered Dietician, Amy Daum, will be very involved as well, providing fitness and nutrition tips.

Aquatics 8-9 Arts 10 Baseball/Softball 10-11 Bo’s Run Off Leash Area 39 Bridges of Poplar Creek 18-19 Climbing Wall 37 Early Childhood Enrichment 24-26 Figure Skating 36 Fitness Centers 30-33 Friends of HE Parks 43 Freedom Run Off Leash Area 39 Full Day Child Care 21 Golf 18-19 Group Fitness 28-29 Gymnastics 12 Hockey 34-35 Ice Arena 33 Lacrosse 13 Just for Fun 37 Martial Arts 14 Nutrition 27 Parks 38-39 Parties 40 Personal and Pilates Training 27 PSS&WC Fitness Center 30-31 Preschool Half Day, Full Day 23 Racquetball 15 Rentals 40 Running 15-28 Seascape 9 Soccer 16 Special Events 3-5 STAR Before and After School 20 Swimming Lessons 8-9 Tennis 16-17 Triphahn Fitness Center 33 Vogelei 39 Weddings and Banquets 18-19 Willow Fitness Center 32 50+ Active Adults 6-7

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Early Childhood

Aquatics

Health & Fitness

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Ice Programs

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Just for Fun

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Child Care Rentals

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Spring 2013 PARK BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Happy New Year from your friends at the Hoffman Estates Park District. The new year is a great time to resolve to make steps toward a healthier lifestyle. How are your doing on your resolutions? Each of us, regardless of our current state of health and wellness, can take steps toward healthier habits. Whether it’s increasing activity, losing excess pounds, or getting more vegetables or calcium in our diets, at HEPD, we are continually offering opportunities for people of all ages to take steps toward healthy living. It’s part of our HEALTH initiative, which stands for Helping Everyone Achieve A Lifestyle That’s Healthy. Going forward, we’ll be introducing more classes and events that focus on healthy lifestyles as our part of our effort to help reduce the epidemic of obesity in our country. The classes and events we’ll plan can benefit everyone in our community. Here are just a few of the classes that can help you reach your health goals:

The governing body of the park district is comprised of seven elected commissioners who represent the recreational needs of their community for four year, unpaid terms. Park commissioners have the power to levy taxes within prescribed limits, establish or change park district policies, sign agreements, award contracts and possess all of the powers similar to those of a board of directors for a public corporation. Park commissioners work as a board to interpret the park and recreation needs of the community, formulate short and long term plans and inform the public of the purpose, worth and extent of the district’s services, parks and facilities.

For Kids — Swimming – Lessons and passes at Seascape Family Aquatic Center are both a great investment for fun and fitness. (Pg. 8-9) Skating and Hockey – Excellent choices for great exercise (Pg. 34-36) Kindercise – Starting at 18 months! Kids and their parents learn that exercise can be fun. (Pg. 25) Kid Fit – It’s never too early to establish healthy fitness habits. (Pg. 29) Ready Set Run – Kids can learn to become runners in this class that gradually increases intensity through the weeks, and run a 5K at the end. (Pg. 15) HEALTHeKids Fair – March 2 at Triphahn Center – Parents and children can learn about the programs and services available to encourage healthy lifestyles. (Pg. 4)

Board Meetings are held monthly at 7:00P at Triphahn Center and Ice Arena. Recreation Committee — 2 nd Tuesday

Administration and Finance — 3 rd Tuesday

Full Board Meeting — 4 th Tuesday

TREASURER

Lili McGovern

Lollie Guiney

Mike Bickham

Kaz Mohan

Ronald Greenberg

Dean Bostrom

EXEC. DIRECTOR & SECRETARY

PRESIDENT

Ron Evans

COMMISSIONER

Keith Evans

COMMISSIONER

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ASST. SECRETARY VICE PRESIDENT

Buildings & Grounds Committee — 1 st Tuesday

COMMISSIONER

For Teens — Mission Nutrition – Presented by our staff registered dietitian, Amy Daum, this class teaches teens healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime. (Pg. 27) Dance Jam Fitness – With a mix of dance styles and Latin music you’ll hardly know you’re exercising! (Pg. 29) Skateboard Lessons – Safety and skill is taught based on skill level in this unique form of exercise for teens. (Pg. 37) For Adults — Couch to 5K – All fitness levels will learn to run as you gradually increase intensity from walking to running a 5K throughout this class. (Pg. 28) Team Combat – Form a team and compete with other teams to be the fittest in this boot camp-style class. (Pg. 28) Bridal Boot Camp – Wedding bells in your future? Brides, bridesmaids, grooms and groomsmen and your entire bridal party can have fun getting in shape for your big day. (Pg. 28) Weight Loss Challenge – Need extra motivation? Compete with your classmates to win a prize while you learn healthy eating habits. (Pg. 27) Fitness Memberships - Personal trainers are on staff and ready to help you reach your fitness goals at Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center, Triphahn Community Center & Ice Arena and Willow Recreation Center. (Pg. 30-33) Golf – A fun outdoor activity for all ages. (Pg. 18-19) For 50+ Active Adults — Zumba Gold – This popular class, designed for active adults, combines low intensity movement with high intensity fun. (Pg. 6) Basic Exercise and Movement – Low impact cardio, strength training and stretching for active adults. (Pg. 6) Gentle Yoga - Promotes healing, reduces stress and more. (Pg. 6) Our Guide is full of opportunities for you to get out and be active. Please take advantage of all we have to offer. We wish you and your family a year of abundance of health, wellness and happiness. Keith Evans, President Park Board of Commissioners

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Thursday, February 21 7 :00 pm $25 per person in advance ($30 at the door) Includes: • 2 hours open bar Program #800000-F • Dinner Buffet Register at HEPARKS.org • Goodie Bag for first 50 ladies or call (847)885-7500 • Raffle ticket for door prizes

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Bring your girl friends for a fun night out for a great cause! The Friends of the HE Parks Foundation raises money for kids in Hoffman Estates who would otherwise not be able to afford to play their favorite sport, attend summer camp take swimming lessons or go to preschool. For $25 per person ($30 at the door) you’ll get 2 hours of Open Bar, a delicious dinner buffet, a chance to win amazing prizes and a Goodie Bag to the first 50 ladies. Join us at 1st Place Sports Bar in Hoffman Estates at 1435 W. Algonquin Road. For more information and sponsorship opportunities, Peg Kusmierski, pkusmierski@heparks.org.

Specials & Special Events

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Activities, games, door prizes and more!

Saturday, March 2 — Noon-3pm in theTriphahn Center Gym. Free Admission! co-sponsored by Alexian Brothers Health Systems

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Lunch Specials

St. Patrick’s Day Lunch Friday, March 15th & Saturday, March 16th

Reservations 847-781-3655

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Doggie Eggstravaganza Saturday, March 23 – $5

Dogs that enjoy the thrill of the hunt, or just like to romp, can hunt for prizes and treats hidden in colorful holiday eggs throughout the Dog Park. Dogs must be leashed during the event. Separate events for large dogs, over 25 pounds, and small dogs, 25 pounds and under. Special registration form and proof of vaccinations required. Spectators welcome.

Bo's Run 215909–A — 9:30A–10:00A Freedom Run 215909–B — 11:00A–11:30A

EGG HUNT WITH THE EASTER BUNNY MARCH 30 - FREE

Children will be divided into age groups to hunt for eggs. We will begin with the youngest age group 0-3 years and work up. First age group will start at the time listed. Event will run rain or shine outside. Bring a basket. Please choose one egg hunt to attend. Highpoint Park 8:15A, 1704 Glenlake Road Pine Park 9:30A, 750 Charleston Cannon Crossing 10:45A, 1675 Nicholson Drive

AQUA EGG HUNTWITH THE EASTER BUNNY MARCH 30 - PSS&WC - 6 months to 12 years

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Join us for a unique egg hunt in the pool! There will be eggs, goodies, games and even a visit from the Easter Bunny. Parents must accompany children in the pool if they cannot swim. Pre-registration is required!

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220723-A 1:00P-1:45P

$5 / $6

220723-B 2:00P-2:45P

$5 / $6

THE GREAT EGG SLIDE

WITH THE EASTER BUNNY MARCH 31 - TRIPHAHN - FREE - 3:15-4:45P

September 19, 2013 Once you have sunk your last putt, it’ll be time to sink your first sip. Featuring speciality beers from regional Micro-Breweries paired with pizza and buffalo wings buffet. For start times, pricing and registration visit bridgesofpoplarcreek.com $30 per player

The Easter Bunny doesn't just hop... he skates too! Join the Easter Bunny on the ice for an Easter Egg Hunt!

EASTER BRUNCH WITH THE EASTER BUNNY MARCH 31 - BRIDGES OF POPLAR CREEK CC

Call for reservations. 847-781-3655

VISIT heparks.org FOR MORE INFORMATION

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SPECIAL EVENTS

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Saturday, May 4 9:00-Noon Seascape Parking Lot

10am-1pm

A fun family event where kids of all ages will have a chance to see and touch trucks big and small. Event will run rain or shine. Contact Jody Dodson, jdodson@heparks.org.

This FREE community event kicks off earth week encouraging sustainable healthy living, while bringing the community together to share and explore vendors exhibiting easy new ways to be green and save green. There will of course be lots of earth friendly activities for children of all ages to enjoy. Rain or shine we'll have the event. It will just move inside our beautiful facility if the weather is poor. Check our list of items we will be If you are accepting to recycle. interested in

being a vendor

email Jenny Clark, jclark@heparks.org

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GARAGE SALE Program #228031-A

$24 resident $29 nonresident

Saturday, May 18 8:00A-1:00P at the

3:15-4:45 AT TRIPHAHN CENTER ICE ARENA

Give Mom what she really wants this year - time spent with you! MOMS GET IN FREE WITH A PAID CHILD.

Disc Golf Doubles Tournament

May 18, 2013 Registration 9:00AM / Start at 10:00AM $35 per Team (one registration per team) Register at any park district facility or online before May 8 and receive a free disc the day of the event. There will be on-site registration beginning at 8:15A, the tournament will begin at 9:00A. Two rounds will be played; the first 18 holes will be played scramble and the second 18 holes will be played alternate shot. Scores will be flighted based on the first 18 hole total and flights will be formed. Cash prizes. Additional prizes for closest to the pin contests.

(1300 Moonlake Blvd. Hoffman Estates, IL)

It's the perfect time to clean your house and earn some money. We will provide the perfect location and also take care of all the advertising. Reserve your spot today because this event Fills Fast! (Rain date 5/19/13, 8:00A–1:00P)

at Black Bear Park 225040-A Questions: jclark@heparks.org

Contact Katie Jones, at kjones@heparks.org or 847–285–5408.

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Classes

Rica Cuff, 847-885-7500 x626, rcuff@heparks.org

Zumba Gold

50+ Acting Seminars

The Zumba® Gold Fitness program was designed for everyone from the active older adult to the true beginner and/or people who may be limited physically. Zumba Gold is done at a lower intensity than Zumba Basic, but is just as fun. The same great Latin styles of music and dance are used. Mgr. Cuff

Be an actor or just act like one! Learn the fundamentals of acting in these 90 minute seminars, taught by an actor, and perfect for theater beginners and for those who are more advanced and seek to be challenged. Class will not meet on: 5/11. Mgr. Cuff

(50+ years — Triphahn)

( 50+ years — Triphahn)

TH 6:00P-6:50P 5/9-6/13 $44 / $46 225323-B

Gentle Yoga

SA 3:00P-4:30P 4/6-6/1

$40 / $42 225332-A

50+ Tai Chi Lessons (50+ years — Triphahn)

(50+ years — Triphahn) *9 weeks, no class July 1-6

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50+ Club... fun, fellowship, value!

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Yoga can promote healing in your body as your stress level is reduced and you learn to interact differently with everyday stresses. It can also decrease your blood pressure, heart rate, and respiratory rate while giving you a renewed sense of energy and focus. Expect gentle stretching and moving exercises, which incorporate deep breathing and poses to strengthen and bring flexibility to your body. Bring a 1/4" yoga mat, block and towel to class. Dress comfortably. Mgr. Cuff

Use Tai Chi Ch'uan's slow, non-strenuous, fluid movements toward life-long health maintenance. This quiet, therapeutic, exercise sharpens and calms the mind, loosens and strengthens the body offering greater freedom and range of motion while improving balance, coordination, breathing, circulation and posture. Mgr. Cuff TU 5:30P-6:30P 4/2-5/7 $81 / $83 225337-A TU 5:30P-6:30P 5/14-6/18 $81 / $83 225337-B

4/1-5/6 4/3-5/8 5/13-6/24 5/15-6/26

*225325-D is 7 weeks.

50+

$22 / $24 $22 / $24 $22 / $24 $26 / $28

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Week 1: Fabric Store Visit Learn the mechanics of sewing, sewing machine use, fabric and thread selection. SA 11:00A-12:30P 4/6

$7 / $9

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Week 2: Pillowcase Make a simple pillowcase in the pattern you want. Simple instructions and stitching involved. SA 11:00A-12:30P 4/13 $15 / $17 225310-B

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11:00A-12:30P 4/20 $20 / $22 225310-C

Week 4: Pillowcase Dress Sew a pillowcase dress for your favorite little one or donate it to charity. This workshop takes you through the basics of making a pillowcase into a dress.

(50+ years — Triphahn)

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

Enjoy the basics that could take you onto sewing bigger and better items! Week one is a pre-requisite to week two through six sewing workshops. Please feel free to select one or all of week two through week six workshops. Mgr. Cuff A limited amount of fabric is available for free. When supply is depleted, please plan to purchase fabric on your own. Also, plan to bring thread and your portable sewing machine.

Sew a simple apron. Easy construction and in the style you want.

Basic Exercise & Movement

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(50+ years — Triphahn)

Week 3: Apron

M 4:30P-5:30P 6/3-8/5 $54 / $59 235324-A W 4:30P-5:30P 6/5-8/7 $54 / $59 235324-B SA 10:00A-11:00A 6/8-8/10 $54 / $59 235324-C

Burn calories and increase your energy with low impact cardio exercises. Strengthen the entire body including your heart, and all muscle groups using tubing, small balls, stretching and strengthening. Learn how to move your body and become stronger and more fit. Plenty of fun, laughter and great music included. Register for both classes, receive 10% off the second class. Class will not meet on: 5/27. Mgr. Cuff

Make It Take It Sewing Class

50+ CLUB MEMBERSHIP $5 ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP 50+ Membership includes Triphahn Center yearly track pass, but does not include use of the Triphahn Fitness Center.

TRIPHAHN 50+ CENTER HOURS Monday–Friday 9:00A–4:00P

SA 11:00A-12:30P 4/27 $25 / $27 225310-D

Week 5: Baked Potato Bag A Baked Potato Bag is an all-cotton bag that can be used in the microwave for all root vegetables. SA 11:00A-12:30P 5/4

$15 / $17 225310-E

Week 6: Humbug Bag A Humbug Bag is a small triangular bag with a zipper. Expect easy construction. SA 11:00A-12:30P 5/11 $15 / $17 225310-F

50+ FRIDAYS Join us every Friday at 11:30A 50+ Fridays consist of lunch together and a variety of activities. For a complete event listing, heparks.org

Save the Date! Join us Febuary 21, 2013 for a presentation on 50+ Colletter Vacations Canadian Rockies Rail Trip Fall 2013! 7:00PM TC North Wing. For details call 847-885-7500x626


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Outings

Events

Chicago Ukrainian/Swedish Village, March 28

Annual Winter Break Event, March 14

Rica Cuff, 847-885-7500 x626, rcuff@heparks.org

Outing itinerary sent 1 week before outing.

(Triphahn Center, North Wing/Active Adults Club)

Once again we take advantage of Chicago's ethnic wealth by paying a visit to two of the most popular communities, the Ukrainian Village and Andersonville, the Swedish community. Learn about the history of each on this guided tour of the museums, neighborhoods and eateries. Registration deadline: March 8, 2013. Park district transportation and guide included in fee. Mgr. Cuff TH

10:00A-5:00P

$55 / $57

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Sanfilippo Museum, April 3 A docent-guided 3-hour tour beginning in the main residence viewing & learning the history of the Sanfilippo Collection of automated music machines, touring the American Orchestrion Room, Music Room and Carousel Venue for the experience of turn-of-the-century music. Transportation provided in fee. Registration deadline: Wednesday, March 13, 2013. Lunch on own as a group at Chessie's Restaurant. Menu will be sent for your entree selection. Mgr. Cuff W

8:45A-2:15P

$60 / $62

225318-A

Lunch at Trump Tower, April 23

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10:30A-3:30P

$50 / $52

225318-B

Frank Lloyd Wright Home Tour, May 23 This is a guided tour of Wright's Oak Park home and studio where he lived, worked and created. And, enjoy Wright's design impact incorporated into everything from windows to mailboxes to lamps at scores of houses the architect had nothing to do with. This village is said to be a living testament to his influence. The house is not wheelchair accessible. Anticipate being on one's feet for at least 1 hour and to climb a couple of flights of stairs. Transportation and tour ticket included in fee. Lunch at a moderatelypriced local restaurant, as a group, or on your own. Restaurant: JB Winberie's Oak Park. Mgr. Cuff TH

8:00A-3:00P

$22 / $24

225318-C

TH

7:00P-8:30P

$12 / $15

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Local Bee & Senior Day at Illinois State Fair You’re invited to show your spelling prowess in the 2013 Illinois State Senior Spelling Bee! If you are 50 years of age or older, you are welcome to participate. The three levels of competition are as follows: Local Bee held April 15, 2013, Regional Bee held June – July, 2013 (date/location TBD), State Finals held August 12, 2013. Hoffman Estates Park District and the Dundee Township Park District Senior Clubs will host the Local Bee, at Dundee. State Finals will be at the 2013 Illinois State Fair on Senior Day, Monday, August 12, at 1:00P. Hoffman Estates will provide transportation to the state fair only if you are registered for the overnight stay and visit/tour of things Lincoln, including the Museum. If you are a Spelling Bee Contestant or State Fair visitor only, please plan to provide your own transportation to/from the State Fair. Sign up today at the Hoffman Estates 50+ Senior Center for the Spelling Bee. Registration for the overnight trip will open in late Spring 2013. Mgr. Cuff

All activities in the Triphahn Senior Center unless specified.

BICYCLE CLUB (Resumption Date TBD)

Thursdays, 10:30A, Weather Permitting Reserve your Bike Club t-shirt today!

BINGO AT CULVER'S

4th Tuesdays, 8:30A–10:30A, FREE Culver's (1410 E. Algonquin Road, Schaumburg)

BOOK CLUB

Last Monday of every month, 1:00P, FREE, Triphahn Room 110 ( book discussion led by STDL staff. )

BRIDGE

Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 1:00P, FREE

CARDS / GAMES GROUP Thursdays, 1:30P, FREE

CRAFT CLUB

Mondays Monthly, 7:00P-8:00P, $6 Drop-in March 4: Bracelet making April 1: "Your Story" Book

HANDICRAFT CIRCLE

1st, 3rd, 5th Fridays, 1:30P, FREE Knitting / Crocheting / Cross Stitching

MAH JONGG

Mondays, 2:00P, FREE

MOVIE MATINEE

1st Wednesdays, 2:00P, FREE

OPEN GYM

Wednesdays, 2:00P–4:00P, $1, North Gym

Health and Wellness

PICKLEBALL

Health Screenings (Triphahn North Wing)

PING PONG

Rica Cuff, 847-885-7500 x626, rcuff@heparks.org

The Hoffman Estates Park District partners with the Village of Hoffman Estates Department of Health and Human Services to provide health clinics to adults in the community. Blood pressure testing, pulse checks, health and medication consultations are available at no cost. Diabetes and hemoglobin testing are available for $3 per test. For best results, please fast for 4 hours prior to the diabetes test. The clinics are held in the Game Room every 3rd Monday of the month (2/18, 3/18, 4/15, 5/20) from 11:00A till Noon.

Fridays, 4:00P– 6:00P, $3, North Gym Mondays, 11:00A, FREE

PINOCHLE

Tuesdays, 2:30P, FREE

POCKET BILLIARDS

Monday–Friday, 9:00A–4:00P, FREE

PUB QUIZ

3rd Thursdays, 6:30P, FREE, Game Room (courtesy of Thomas J. Hoover D.D.S. , Hoffman Estates)

VOLLEYBALL

Foot Assessments (Triphahn North Wing) Tuesdays, 12:00P–2:00P, Fridays, Dr. William Czarnecki (Dr. Bill), DPM, of Suburban Podiatry, is currently seeing patients at our facility (Triphahn Center, 1685 W. Higgins Road, Hoffman Estates) for Foot Assessments and various treatments two days per month. Appointments are required and paperwork must be completed in order to see the doctor. Call 847-884-8863 to schedule. Dates: Wednesdays, 2/27, 3/13, 3/27 from Noon-2:00P. Fee: Billed to your insurance company for applicable coverage.

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10:00A–11:30A, Triphahn Gym, $1

WALKING CLUB

Monday–Friday, 9:00A, FREE High Point Park (weather permitting)

847–885–7500 register online heparks.org

Come with us for lunch at Trump Tower's signature restaurant, Sixteen. Located on the 16th floor of Trump International Hotel & Tower, Sixteen boasts 30-foot floor to ceiling windows providing panoramic city views of Lake Michigan, the Chicago River and the Wrigley Clock Tower. The cuisine is French-inspired American, "focused on sourcing the highest quality ingredients from around the world." Fee includes transportation and lunch. Time will be allotted to fit in a short walk. Registration deadline March 27, 2013. Mgr. Cuff

Performance: Sexy Blues Band We’ll turn the club into a Blues café just for the night! Performance, beverage and light snacks included. Space is limited to 60 so plan to register at any park district service desk or online today. Wear your best Blues-influenced outfit! Mgr. Cuff

50+ Club Activities

Wii BOWLING

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:00A, FREE Wii tournament, 2nd Tuesday (Oct.–March) (sponsor Clare Oaks Retirement Community)

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Private Lessons

Indoor Swimming Lessons

Private and Semi Private

Swim Parent-Tot

Private swim lessons are a fantastic way for children and adults to learn how to swim and refine their skills. Participants will receive individual instruction from an experienced swim instructor in a pressure free environment. Private swim lessons are perfect for any age or ability level and are offered every day and are based around participant availability. To register, stop by the Service Desk at PSS&WC. Mgr. Jones

With the help of their parents, tots become comfortable in and around the water so they are ready to learn to swim. Children will enjoy songs and games while becoming more familiar with the water. Parents will learn techniques to help orient their children to the water and to supervise water activities in a safe manner. Mgr. Jones

Katie Jones, 847-285-5408, kjones@heparks.org

Five (30 minute) classes Private (1 participant) $114 / $129 Semi-Private (2 participants) $154 / $169* Group Private (3–4 participants) $179 / $204* * Fee split between participants.

Lifeguard Courses

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Katie Jones, 847-285-5408, kjones@heparks.org

Lifeguard Course (16+ years — PSS&WC)

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Have you always wanted to become a lifeguard? Then this is the class for you! Skills you will learn in this course include: anticipating how/ where aquatic incidents will occur, recognizing and effectively managing incidents, thinking critically about possible complications, acting in a professional manner and protecting your safety and the safety of others. Upon completion of the course participants will hold a course completion certificate with Jeff Ellis and Associates. Completion of the course does not guarantee employment with HEPD. Mgr. Jones M-F 6:00P-9:00P 5/6-5/12

$155 / $169 228025-A

SA,SU 9:00A–5:00P

Lifeguard Recertification (16+ years — PSS&WC)

This recertification class is only available for 2012 Seascape lifeguards who have been invited to attend. By successfully completing this Ellis & Associates lifeguard certification course participants will be renewed for the 2013 season. SA

9:00A-5:00P 3/23

SU

9:00A-1:00P 3/24

SA

9:00A-5:00P 5/18

SU

9:00A-5:00P 5/19

AQUATICS

$55

228025-C

$75

228025-D

Program Supervisor Katie Jones, 847-285-5408, kjones@heparks.org

Swim Level 2 (5-14 years — PSS&WC)

(6 months-3 years — PSS&WC)

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6:30P-7:00P 5:30P-6:00P 8:15A-8:45A 9:15A-9:45A 10:15A-10:45A

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$55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59

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Swim Tots (3-5 years — PSS&WC) This class caters to young students who are ready for lessons without their parents. Kids will learn all of the basic skills while in a fun atmosphere. Tots develop independence as they become comfortable in the water. This class prepares tots for Level 1. Mgr. Jones M M TU W W TH SA SA SA

5:30P-6:00P 6:30P-7:00P 5:30P-6:00P 5:30P-6:00P 6:30P-7:00P 5:30P-6:00P 8:15A-8:45A 9:15A-9:45A 10:15A-10:45A

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$55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59

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Swim Level 1 (4-9 years — PSS&WC) Students become more comfortable in the pool and learn to enjoy the water safely. Students will learn elementary skills such as water entry and front and back floats and begin to learn the arm and leg action of swimming. Mgr. Jones M M TU TU W W TH TH SA SA SA

5:30P-6:15P 4/1-5/13 6:30P-7:15P 4/1-5/13 5:30P-6:15P 4/2-5/14 6:30P-7:15P 4/2-5/14 5:30P-6:15P 4/3-5/15 6:30P-7:15P 4/3-5/15 5:30P-6:15P 4/4-5/16 6:30P-7:15P 4/4-5/16 8:15A-9:00A 4/6-5/18 9:15A-10:00A 4/6-5/18 10:15A-11:00A 4/6-5/18

$55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59

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Level 2 students will build upon the skills that they learned in Level 1. Students will become more independent in the water by learning to float on their own and start swimming without assistance. Mgr. Jones M TU TU W TH TH SA SA SA

6:30P-7:15P 5:30P-6:15P 6:30P-7:15P 5:30P-6:15P 5:30P-6:15P 6:30P-7:15P 8:15A-9:00A 9:15A-10:00A 10:15A-11:00A

4/1-5/13 4/2-5/14 4/2-5/14 4/3-5/15 4/4-5/16 4/4-5/16 4/6-5/18 4/6-5/18 4/6-5/18

$55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59

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Swim Level 3 (5-12 years — PSS&WC) Level 3 students will build on their previous aquatic skills with guided practice. Students will learn how to coordinate the front crawl and back crawl and begin to learn elements of the butterfly and treading water. Mgr. Jones M TU TU W TH TH SA SA SA

5:30P-6:15P 4/1-5/13 5:30P-6:15P 4/2-5/14 6:30P-7:15P 4/2-5/14 6:30P-7:15P 4/3-5/15 5:30P-6:15P 4/4-5/16 6:30P-7:15P 4/4-5/16 8:15A-9:00A 4/6-5/18 9:15A-10:00A 4/6-5/18 10:15A-11:00A 4/6-5/18

$55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59

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Swim Level 4 (5-14 years — PSS&WC) Level 4 students will become confident in the strokes they have learned in Level one through three. Students will increase their endurance and continue to build on the butterfly. The elementary backstroke, breaststroke and elements of the sidestroke will also be introduced. Mgr. Jones TU TU TH TH SA SA SA

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$55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59

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Swim Level 5 (6-14 years — PSS&WC) Students in level 5 will coordinate and refine all of their strokes including front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke. Students will increase their distances and learn how to do flip turns. Mgr. Jones TU TH SA SA

5:30P-6:15P 4/2-5/14 6:30P-7:15P 4/4-5/16 8:15A-9:00A 4/6-5/18 9:15A-10:00A 4/6-5/18

$55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $55 / $59

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Swim Level 6 (6-15 years — PSS&WC) Students will refine strokes so they can swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Students who complete Level 6 should be able to transition easily to a swim team. Mgr. Jones TU 6:30P-7:15P 4/2-5/14 $55 / $59 220842-A TH 5:30P-6:15P 4/4-5/16 $55 / $59 220842-B SA 10:15A-11:00A 4/6-5/18 $55 / $59 220842-C

Swim Adult (16 + years—PSS&WC) It's never too late to learn how to swim! This class is designed to teach adults the fundamentals of swimming and basic water safety. Swimming is a fun activity that can help improve your health and fitness. This class is taught in a flexible environment allowing participants to move at their own pace. Mgr. Jones M 7:15P-8:00P 4/1-5/13 $55 / $59 220849-A SA 7:15A-8:00A 4/6-5/18 $55 / $59 220849-B

WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE SWIM PARTICIPANTS TO ATTEND ON THE DAY AND TIME OF SCHEDULED LESSONS. MAKE-UP CLASSES ARE NOT AVAILABLE. REFUNDS WILL NOT BE ISSUED AFTER THE CLASS START DATE.

**Wednesdays 11:30A–6:00P

NEW! 2013 EXTENDED SEASON May 25 –May 26 11:30-7:30pm August 19–August 23 4:30-7:30pm August 24–August 25 11:30-7:30pm SPECIAL HOURS May 27 (Memorial Day) 11:30A–7:30P July 4 11:30A–6:00P LAP SWIM HOURS 18+ YEARS Mon.–Thu., Sat. 9:00A–11:00A

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LAP SWIM RATES 18+ YEARS daily - $3 membership - $40 DAILY RATES SEASON PASS RATES youth (4–17 years) - $6 / $7 adult - $72 / $79 adult - $8 / $9 family of 2 - $118 / $129 senior (62+) - $6 / $7 family of 3 - $161 / $179 family of 4 - $210 / $228 family of 5 - $256 / $281 senior - $66 / $72 senior family of 2 - $107 / $117

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BIRTHDAY PARTY

Our pool party includes two hours in our private tent area and admission for up to 20 guests. You’ll also enjoy a party host and t-shirt for the birthday child. Catering packages are available at an additional cost. $135 / $160, additional guests: $5 / $6

CABANA RENTAL Rent one of our private cabanas for a full day or just half of the day. Rental includes shaded area for 6–8 guests. half day — $19 / $24, full day — $34 / $39

GROUP RATE Bring your group to enjoy a day

of swimming and sunshine! Groups of 20 guests or more receive a special discount. Visit must be prearranged. $5 / $6 per person

FULL FACILITY RENTAL Rent the entire facility for

your next group outing. Lifeguards provided by Seascape. Catering packages are available at an additional cost. Rental times available: Daily 8:00P–10:00P, Fridays 9:00A–11:00A. $575 / $625 plus $6 per person for any guest over 100 people. All rentals and groups must be prearranged. Contact Katie Jones today at 847–285–5408 or kjones@heparks.org to reserve your date.

AQUATICS


Art Lessons

Jody Dodson, 847-285-5432, jdodson@heparks.org

Young Rembrandts (3½-12 years — Triphahn)

Our instructors provide a positive, nurturing environment for your child. Each week we’ll draw something these little ones are interested in. We’ll concentrate on the skills of drawing and coloring, but also work on developing fine motor skills, focus, listening, staying on task, spatial organization and patience. All new lessons each session! Mgr. Dodson Preschool Drawing (3 ½-5 years — Triphahn) TU 3:00P-3:45P 4/9-5/14 $50 / $55 227403-A Combo Drawing (6-12 years — Triphahn) TU 4:00P-4:45P 4/9-5/14 $50 / $55 227403-B

Intro to Drawing (9+ years — Triphahn) Aspiring artists will learn the fundamentals of twodimensional design. Students will have the opportunity to experiment with a variety of materials. Mgr. Dodson (9-14 years) TH 4:30P-6:00P 4/11-5/30 $74 / $81 227423-A (18+ years) TH 6:15P-7:45P 4/11-5/30 $74 / $81 227423-B

Art League

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Meets first Thursday of every month at Triphahn Center. Visit the Hoffman Estates Art League at hoffmanestatesartleague.org. Mgr. Dodson

Music Lessons

Jody Dodson, 847-285-5432, jdodson@heparks.org

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Piano Lessons (7-9 years — A & A MUSIC) Here’s your opportunity to learn how to play the piano. Beginning classes for children are being offered in conjunction with A&A Music Academy. Basic music skills such as music reading and counting will be taught. A book fee of $10 payable to A&A Music is due the first day of class. 27W281 Ontarioville Road, Hanover Park, IL 60133. Mgr. Dodson TH 6:30P-7:15P 4/4-6/6

$142 / $156 225602-A

Guitar Lessons (7-18 years) Guitar FUN-damentals, proprietary group guitar method teaches the students all the basics; How to hold the guitar, hold the pick, strum the strings, 3 string and full chords, single notes, tablature, standard notation and much more. It also teaches the students how to play as a group with chord and melody note sections meant to be played simultaneously, rounding out the group experience. Students must bring their own guitar. Mgr. Dodson Intro to Guitar (7-12 years — Triphahn) TH 5:00P-6:00P 3/21-5/23 $136 / $150 225603-A Beginning Guitar 2 (7-12 years — Triphahn) TH 6:00P-7:00P 3/21-5/23 $136 / $150 225603-B Guitar Boot Camp (13-18 years — Triphahn) TH 7:00P-8:00P 3/21-5/23 $136 / $150 225603-C

ARTS

Baseball & Softball

T-Ball 4-5 Year Olds

Youth Summer 2013

Summer 2013

Boys/Men age 5–28 and Girls age 5–14

Boys and Girls 4–5 years of age (pre-K). The purpose of this league is to teach 4-year-old boys and girls the fundamentals of the game of baseball while having fun. Participants receive a t-shirt and baseball hat.

Dru Steinhoff, 847-781-3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

Eligibility Teams are formed by blind draft only for boys and girls ages 5–12. Boys (Baseball) must be in this age range by 4/30/13. Girls (ASA Softball) must be in this age range by 1/1/13. Players may play up a level with Athletic Manager approval. Participants are eligible for a full refund minus a $5 processing fee before the first game. After the first game, prorated refunds will only be issued with a doctor’s notice.

Dru Steinhoff, 847-781-3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

Location:

In April Register Online

hep ark s . org

Program # 239319 (register online!) for T-Ball! 239319 - A. Canterbury Park 239319 - B. Victoria Park 239319 - C. Huntington North Park

End of March — Blind Draft Draft (5–14 years) After 3/27/13 — Practices Start After 4/28/13 — Games Start

Register for the section where you'd like your weekday practice. Families that live West of Barrington Road should register for section (A), East of Barrington Road and South of the tollway (90) section (B), East of Barrington Road and North of the tollway (C).

Games and Practice

Eligibility

Schedule Dates are subject to change.

Practice day/time scheduled by volunteer coach. Game season runs Monday–Saturdays. (7th and 8th Grade Boys Pony level play Sunday - Saturday and play in a local travel league.)

Fees Age 5–8 $170 / $180 Age 9–12 $190 / $215 Age 13–14 (8th Grade) $200 / $225 Colt/Palomino (H.S. + ) $225 / $250

Participants must be 4 years old before 8/18/13.

Schedule Dates are subject to change. 5/25/13 — Registration Deadline Week of 6/24/13 — Practices Start 7/13/13 — Games Start

Games and Practice Weekday practices begin at 6:00P, Saturday games will be held at one of the three parks listed. Bring a glove and water bottle to each practice and game.

Fees $60 / $66

Coach!

We are always looking for volunteers to coach youth athletics, officiate, help in the parks, or supervise programs or facilities. If interested, call 847–885–7500.


Adult Basketball

Adult Touch Football

Summer 2013

Spring / Summer 2013

Spring 2013

League play for Men’s 12” and Coed 14” at four different levels. This 10–game season runs from May thru July and is open to interested teams with players age 18 and older. Game times will be 6:30P, 7:30P and 8:30P. Download forms at heparks.org and register at Triphahn Center.

The 10 game season will be played at Triphahn Center. Game times are 7:30P, 8:30P and 9:30P (a 6:30P game time may be added). Post season tournament for teams with a record of .500 or better. League champions will receive a sponsor’s trophy and $150. Tournament champion will receive a trophy. Download forms at heparks.org and register at Triphahn Center.

The 10 game season plays on Wednesday Evening from April 24-June 26 at Cannon Crossing. Players must be 18+ years and a high school graduate. Post-season tournament for teams with a record of .500 or better. League champions will receive a sponsor’s trophy and $150. Tournament champion will receive a trophy. Download forms at heparks.org and register at Triphahn Center.

Schedule Dates are subject to change.

Schedule Dates are subject to change.

4/6/13 — form 4/7/13 — 4/27/13 — 5/3/13 — 5/21/13 —

3/8/13 — Team registration and $100 deposit due at Triphahn Center. This deadline is for returning teams to secure a spot in the league. A credit card number must accompany team registration form. 3/9/13 — Open registration for new teams. 4/11/13 — Managers meeting 7 PM at Triphahn 4/24/13 — Season begins; roster/waiver due before first game.

Adult Softball

Dru Steinhoff, 847-781-3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

Schedule Dates are subject to change.

3/1/13 — For returning teams; registration form and $100 deposit due 3/2/13 — Registration open for new teams. 4/5/13 — Remainder of league fee due. 4/25/13 — Managers meeting at Triphahn, 6:30P Co-ed 14", 7:30P Men's 12" 5/6/13 — Season begins; roster/waiver due before first game.

Leagues

A League — Highly competitive, top players B League — Competitive, good players C League — Beginning, low competitive D League — Recreational, just for fun Mondays — Men’s 12”, C/D (Rec) League Tuesdays — Co-ed 14”, D (Rec) League Wednesdays — Men’s 12”, B/C League Thursdays — Men’s 12”, A/B League Fridays — Co-ed 14”, Competitive

Fees $665 Team Free

Women’s Softball

Dru Steinhoff, 847-781-3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

Summer 2013 Grab your girlfriends and form a team this summer. It’s a great way to make time for yourselves, get exercise, make friends, relieve stress and have FUN! You need just 8-10 women to form a team. Hoffman Estates parks have some of the best fields around for playing team sports. Find out more and get a Team Registration Form at heparks.org.

For returning teams; registration and $100 deposit due Registration open for new teams. Remainder of league fee due. Managers meeting 7 PM at Triphahn Season begins; roster/waiver due before first game.

Leagues

Mondays — B & C Leagues (C League at WRC) Tuesdays — C League Wednesdays — B League Thursdays — A League Fridays — Women’s League

Fees $710 League Fee

Basketball Classes

Katie Jones, 847-285-5408, kjones@heparks.org

JBS Basketball Prep Clinic (6-7 years — Triphahn)

JBS Basketball Prep Clinics are designed to develop both novice and skilled players and will help take participants’ skills to the next level. This clinic includes four 60-minute sessions which focus on developing and refining dribbling, passing, shooting and rebounding. Participants will engage in drills, relays and games that provide age-appropriate challenges and emphasize fun! W 6:30P-7:30P 4/3-4/24 $55 / $59 229043-A W 6:30P-7:30P 5/1-5/22 $55 / $59 229043-B

Weather Hotline 847-285-5509

Dru Steinhoff, 847-781-3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

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Fees $710 League Fee

Volleyball

Deb Albig, 847-285-5440, dalbig@heparks.org

This is a great way to have fun and get some exercise. Teams are formed each week as participants arrive. Games are self refereed. Check-in begins at 7:30P. Limited to the first 28 people. Mgr. Albig (18+ years — Willow) Wednesdays 8:00P–10:00P

$5 / $6 at door

Sky High Volleyball Sky High began in 1989 and is regarded as one of the top junior volleyball programs in the nation. Sky High offers Regional and Junior Olympic teams for grades 5-12, Beach Program, Summer Camps for Adults and Juniors, Private Lessons, Leagues and Tournaments. Over the past several years 96% of the female athletes have continued to compete at the collegiate level on scholarships. For more information contact Sky High at 815-356-0006 or skyhighvoleyball.org. Mgr. Evans

847–885–7500 register online heparks.org

Games

Dru Steinhoff, 847-781-3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

ATHLETICS


Gymnastics

Program Supervisor Jody Dodson, 847-285-5432, jdodson@heparks.org

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Parent/Tot Gymnastics (18 mos-3 years)

Gymnastics Level 1 (4-14 years)

Boys Gymnastics (4-14 years — Triphahn)

Over, under, forward and back--there's an adventure in every class. With the help of their parents, children use incline, rolling and cartwheel mats, along with traditional gymnastic equipment, to improve strength, coordination, balance and confidence. Tumbling Times. Class will not meet on: 5/27. Mgr. Dodson

Children learn skills on the traditional gymnastics events, including tumbling, bars, vault and balance beam, all in a controlled environment. Children who have never been in a gymnastics class before should enroll in a Level one class. Tumbling Times. Class will not meet on: 5/27. Mgr. Dodson

This exciting gymnastics class is just for boys! Learn the basics of gymnastics on the traditional men's equipment, including floor, rings, single high bar, parallel bars, vault and beginner pommel horse. Boys will work on skills appropriate for their age and skill level. Class will not meet on: 5/27. Mgr. Dodson

(Willow) M 11:00A-11:35A M 11:00A-11:35A (Triphahn) TU 10:15A-10:50A TU 10:15A-10:50A W 10:15A-10:50A W 10:15A-10:50A F 10:15A-10:50A F 10:15A-10:50A SA 9:30A-10:05A SA 9:30A-10:05A

Jr. Level (4-6 years — Triphahn) M 5:15P-6:15P 4/1-5/6 $68 / $75 224303-A M 5:15P-6:15P *5/20-6/24 $57 / $63 224303-AA W 4:15P-5:15P 4/3-5/8 $68 / $75 224303-B W 4:15P-5:15P 5/22-6/19 $57 / $63 224303-BB TH 4:15P-5:15P 4/4-5/9 $68 / $75 224303-C TH 4:15P-5:15P 5/23-6/20 $57 / $63 224303-CC Level 1 & 2 (6-14 years — Triphahn) M 6:15P-7:15P 4/1-5/6 $68 / $75 224303-D M 6:15P-7:15P *5/20-6/24 $57 / $63 224303-DD TU 4:15P-5:15P 4/2-5/7 $68 / $75 224303-E TU 4:15P-5:15P 5/21-6/18 $57 / $63 224303-EE SA 11:05A-12:05P 4/6-5/11 $68 / $75 224303-F SA 11:05A-12:05P 5/25-6/22 $57 / $63 224303-FF

4/1-5/6 $56 / $62 224301-A *5/20-6/24 $47 / $52 224301-AA 4/2-5/7 $56 / $62 224301-B 5/21-6/18 $47 / $52 224301-BB 4/3-5/8 $56 / $62 224301-C 5/22-6/19 $47 / $52 224301-CC 4/5-5/10 $56 / $62 224301-D 5/24-6/21 $47 / $52 224301-DD 4/6-5/11 $56 / $62 224301-E 5/25-6/22 $47 / $52 224301-EE

Preschool Gymnastics (3-5 years) Preschool and kindergartners improve coordination, strength and balance and build confidence in themselves, all in a safe and professionally-instructed environment. Children will be introduced to skills such as forward rolls, straddle rolls and backward skills. Basic skills will be introduced on each gymnastic event. Class will not meet on: 5/27. Mgr. Dodson (Willow) M 11:45A-12:30P M 11:45A-12:30P (Triphahn) TU 11:00A-11:45A TU 11:00A-11:45A TU 11:45A-12:30P TU 11:45A-12:30P W 11:00A-11:45A W 11:00A-11:45A W 11:45A-12:30P W 11:45A-12:30P W 5:15P-6:00P W 5:15P-6:00P F 11:00A-11:45A F 11:00A-11:45A SA 10:15A-11:00A SA 10:15A-11:00A

4/1-5/6 $62 / $68 224302-A 5/20-6/24 $52 / $57 224302-AA 4/2-5/7 $62 / $68 224302-B 5/21-6/18 $52 / $57 224302-BB 4/2-5/7 $62 / $68 224302-C 5/21-6/18 $52 / $57 224302-CC 4/3-5/8 $62 / $68 224302-D 5/22-6/19 $52 / $57 224302-DD 4/3-5/8 $62 / $68 224302-E 5/22-6/19 $52 / $57 224302-EE 4/3-5/8 $62 / $68 224302-F 5/22-6/19 $52 / $57 224302-FF 4/5-5/10 $62 / $68 224302-G 5/24-6/21 $52 / $57 224302-GG 4/6-5/11 $62 / $68 224302-H 5/25-6/22 $52 / $57 224302-HH

Gymnastics Level 2 (6-14 years — Triphahn)

Level 2 is a more advanced program, in which children master the skills developed in level one, while learning new skills on floor, bar, beam and vault. One arm cartwheels, backbends, tuck and split jumps and pullovers are a few of the skills learned. Tumbling Times. Mgr. Dodson TU 5:15P-6:30P TU 5:15P-6:30P

4/2-5/7 $85 / $93 224304-A 5/21-6/18 $71 / $78 224304-AA

Girls Gymnastics Team (4-14 years — Triphahn)

Instructor permission required. Tumbling Times Mgr. Dodson TU,F 5:00P-8:00P 4/2-5/10 $228 / $250 224308-A TU,F 5:00P-8:00P 5/21-6/21 $190 / $209 224308-AA

M 4:15P-5:15P M 4:15P-5:15P

4/1-5/6 $68 / $75 224310-A *5/20-6/24 $57 / $63 224310-AA

Tumbling from Cheer (4-14 years — Triphahn) Mgr. Dodson M 7:00P-8:00P 4/1-5/6 $68 / $75 224310-B M 7:00P-8:00P *5/20-6/24 $57 / $63 224310-BB

GYMNASTICS ATTIRE Proper attire includes: Pants or shorts without snaps or buckles, tucked in t-shirts, leotards without skirts. Please no tights, skirts or ballet shoes. Socks or bare feet are best. Hair must be pulled back and tied securely. Children who have previously taken a gymnastics class may sign up for Level 2, only if they can demonstrate the required skills. Children unable to meet the required skills will transfer into a more appropriate class.

Grocery Store Tip To avoid impulse purchases and over spending at the grocery store, use the hand basket instead of the grocery cart when you’re heading to the store to pick up a few things. This way, when the basket gets too heavy, you’ll head to the check out and be less likely to buy impulsively.


HEPD LACROSSE my game your game our game Boys Lacrosse

Chris Evans, 847-285-5429, cevans@heparks.org

Hoffman Estates Park District is teaming up with other surrounding park districts to create a new “Non Contact” Lacrosse League. The league is set to run mid-summer 2013. It will encompass a 6 week program running June and July. Grade levels offered will be 3rd/4th, 5th/6th and 7th/8th grades. Players will get 6 practices during the season, plus 2 pre-season practices to go along with the 6 games. This program will depend on volunteer coaches. These volunteers will go through coach’s training to ensure they can instruct your players. T-shirts and lacrosse sticks will be included in the fee. The structure of the league will be 7v7 and games/practices will be run on a smaller field. Lookout in our Summer book for registration information. Mgr. Evans

Girls Lacrosse

Multi Sport P.E.

Girls Lacrosse League IGLAX

Activity Time (5-16 years — Willow)

Chris Evans, 847-285-5429, cevans@heparks.org

(Grades 7-8 — South Barrington Club)

The goal of the program is to understand the rules of lacrosse, active teamwork, personal development and sportsmanship in a respectful environment led by positive coaching. All players will receive equal playing time and will play in all positions. For more information go to iglax.org. 3-4 Grades Pink SU 6:00P-7:30P 4/14-6/9 5-6 Grades Pink SU 6:00P-7:30P 4/14-6/9 7-8 Grades Pink SU 6:00P-7:30P 4/14-6/9 5-6 Grades Purple SU 6:00P-7:30P 4/14-6/9 7-8 Grades Purple SU 6:00P-7:30P 4/14-6/9

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Nicole Chesak, 847-781-3635, nchesak@heparks.org

Physical education encourages children to live active lifestyles and helps them build healthy habits that they will carry with them into adulthood. Physical activity is a great way to help children burn off their seemingly endless supply of energy. This is especially important for kinesthetic learners who need to move in order to learn. Our program focuses on helping children develop strong muscles, cardiovascular endurance and flexibility along with teamwork and self-confidence. Perfect opportunity for individuals being educated at home. Participants should wear athletic apparel and shoes to class each day. Mgr. Chesak TU,TH 10:30A-11:30A 4/2-5/9 $75 / $80 224321-A

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Martial Arts

Program Supervisor Jody Dodson, 847-285-5432, jdodson@heparks.org

Go Ju Ryu Karate (12 + years — Willow)

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This form of the martial arts promotes physical fitness and mental clarity and is the ultimate form of self-defense. This disciplined class is open to all beginners and advanced students, as everyone progresses at their own pace. Classes are taught by Sensei S. Bargiel, a lifetime member of the Chicago Midwest Karate Association and a fourth-degree black belt, as well as his staff members. Mgr. Dodson

Children and adults universally enjoy learning the art of karate. Classes are taught by Illinois Shotokan Karate Club’s expert instructors under the direction of John DiPasquale, four-time National Champion, U.S. Karate National Coach and President of the National Karate Federation of the U.S. Beginner students will not be permitted to register into the current session after the second class has met. Registration for continuers through advanced students will be accepted after the start date, but the full class fee is required.

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$72 / $79 227204-A

Youth Tae Kwon Do

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American style Tae Kwon Do is a health system that stresses physical fitness, mental discipline, self-confidence and self-defense. Classes allow students to develop at their own pace. Beginning students learn foundation movements with basic hand and foot techniques. Advanced students continue with physical conditioning, advanced techniques and free-style fighting. Men and women of all ages are welcome. Instructor is Jason Frymine. Class will not meet on: 5/27. Mgr. Dodson Youth Beginner (6-12 years – Willow) M 6:45P-7:45P 4/1-6/3 $90 / $99 227210-A TU 6:45P-7:45P 4/2-6/4 $90 / $99 227210-B TH 6:45P-7:45P 4/4-6/6 $90 / $99 227210-C M,TU 6:45P-7:45P 4/1-6/4 $160 / $176 227210-D TU,TH 6:45P-7:45P 4/2-6/6 $160 / $176 227210-E M,TH 6:45P-7:45P 4/1-6/6 $160 / $176 227210-F M,TU,TH 6:45P-7:45P 4/1-6/6 $260 / $286 227210-G Youth Advanced (10-14 years – Willow) M 7:45P-9:00P 4/1-6/3 $100 / $110 227210-H TU 7:45P-9:00P 4/2-6/4 $100 / $110 227210-I TH 7:45P-9:00P 4/4-6/6 $100 / $110 227210-J M,TU 7:45P-9:00P 4/1-6/4 $175 / $192 227210-K TU,TH 7:45P-9:00P 4/2-6/6 $175 / $192 227210-L M,TH 7:45P-9:00P 4/1-6/6 $175 / $192 227210-M M,TU,TH 7:45P-9:00P 4/1-6/6 $275 / $302 227210-N Adult Tae Kwon Do (14 + years — Willow) M 7:45P-9:30P 4/1-6/3 $110 / $121 227202-A TU 7:45P-9:30P 4/2-6/4 $110 / $121 227202-B TH 7:45P-9:30P 4/4-6/6 $110 / $121 227202-C M,TU 7:45P-9:30P 4/1-6/4 $195 / $214 227202-D Tu,TH 7:45P-9:30P 4/2-6/6 $195 / $214 227202-E M,TH 7:45P-9:30P 4/1-6/6 $195 / $214 227202-F M,TU,TH 7:45P-9:30P 4/1-6/6 $295 / $324 227202-G

Shotokan Parent/Child (7+ years — Illinois Shotokan Karate Club) An excellent opportunity to spend quality time with your child, while conditioning muscles, developing coordination and improving cardiovascular fitness. * Fee is per person. Mgr. Dodson Beginner/Continuing White Novice White w/stripe-Orange Intermediate Yellow-Green Advanced Purple-Black

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Shotokan Pre-Karate (4-7 years — Illinois Shotokan Karate Club) Young children will develop agility, strength and coordination skills through fun and creative activities. This program, specifically designed to work with growing minds and bodies, enhances memory and agility skills, too. Watch your child blossom while learning karate and having a blast at the same time! Mgr. Dodson Shotokan Karate Club (327 N. Eric Drive, Palatine) Beginner/Continuing White SA 9:00A-9:45A Timber Trails School (1675 McDonough Rd., Hoffman Estates) Beginner/Continuing 2 or less W 5:00P-5:45P Intermediate/Adv. 3 or more W 5:45P-6:30P Willow Beginning 1 or less F 4:30P-5:15P Continuing 2 or more F 5:20P-6:05P Advanced/Inst. Permission F 6:10P-6:55P

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Shotokan Youth/Adult (7-14 years — Illinois Shotokan Karate Club) Karate builds coordination, agility, strength and poise, as well as establishes lasting personal safety skills. The mental aspect of karate is equal to if not greater than the physical. Practicing this art results in increased self-esteem, in addition to enhancing discipline and control. From work to home, the benefits of karate can be felt in all aspects of life. Mgr. Dodson 8+ years – Timber Trails School (1675 McDonough Rd, Hoffman Estates) Beginner/Continuing White-Red W 6:30P-7:25P 4/3-6/5 Novice/Orange-Blue W 7:30P-8:25P 4/3-6/5 Intermediate/Adv. Green-Black W 7:30P-9:00P 4/3-6/5 8+ years - Willow Beginner White F 4:00P-5:00P 4/5-6/7 Cont./Novice White w/Stripe-Orange F 5:00P-6:00P 4/5-6/7 Advanced High Purple/Black F 6:00P-7:30P 4/5-6/7 Intermediate Yellow-Low Purple F 7:30P-8:30P 4/5-6/7 7-14 years – Shotokan Karate Club (327 N. Eric Drive, Palatine) Beginner/Continuing White SA 10:00A-11:00A 4/6-6/8 Novice White w/Stripe-Orange SA 11:10A-12:10P 4/6-6/8 Intermediate Yellow-Green SA 12:20P-1:20P 4/6-6/8 Advanced Purple-Black SA 1:30P-2:30P 4/6-6/8

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Racquetball

Running

Supervisor Deb Albig, 847-285-5442, dalbig@heparks.org

Racquetball Lessons (7+ years — Willow)

Racquetball is a fun and exciting way to burn calories, build muscle and have fun. Our group lessons are the perfect way to learn and improve racquetball skills, whether you've been playing casually or you've never picked up a racquet. Our beginner lessons cover rules, techniques and beginner-level shots. Groups will be divided by abilities. Private lessons are also available for adult and youth beginners through advanced players. Please call 847-285-5440. Mgr. Albig Youth (7-14 years) TU 4:30P-5:15P 4/9-5/14 $48 / $53 224001-A Adult (15+ years) TU 5:15P-6:00P 4/9-5/14 $48 / $53 224001-B

Racquetball Clinics (18 + years — Willow) Are you frustrated with your game? Does your game need a jump start? Come with questions. This clinic will cover strategies, court positioning and any question you may have. Mgr. Albig $15 / $17 224002-A

Adult Racquet League (18 + years — Willow)

New and experienced players alike can enjoy the fun of competitive racquetball. Leagues are formed according to participants' different ability levels. Each one-hour match consists of three games, played to 15 points. The length of the season is determined by the number of players. The registration deadline is March 18. Mgr. Albig Mens B League TU 6:00P-9:00P 4/2-5/28 Men’s C League W 6:00P-9:00P 4/3-5/29 Early AM League M-F 6:00A-7:30A 4/1-5/31 Doubles M 6:00P-9:00P 4/1-5/27

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WILLOW RACQUET CLUB Members can reserve court times on our three regulation size racquetball courts for racquetball or wallyball. In addition to court reservation privileges, enjoy use of the facility locker rooms. $48 Resident / $36 with Fitness Membership

HOURS Mondays–Fridays 6:00P–10:00P Saturdays 6:00A–7:00P Sundays 7:00P–5:00P

RACQUETBALL COURTS COURT HOURS AND FEES Monday–Friday 9:00A–5:00P $7 Monday–Friday 5:30P–10:00P $9 Saturday 6:00A–5:00P $9 Sunday 7:00A–5:00P $9 Special Rate Monday–Friday 6:00A–9:00A $3.50

COURT RESERVATION Members: Reserve one week in advance. Non-members: Reserve 24 hours in advance. Call 847-285-5440

PERMANENT RESERVATION Permanent court reservation is a member only privilege. Must contract 10 weeks minimum.

Ready, Set, RUN!

(7-15 years - High Point Park)

Changing the lives of our youth today. This national program uses a character building and running curriculum that prepares kids to complete a 5K run. Our mission is to assist kids with the physical training and goal-setting mentality needed to accomplish their goals while enhancing confidence, self-esteem, respecting authority and dealing with peer pressure. Fee includes: student workbook, t-shirt, weekly training time/lessons and end of session 5K run and award presentation. Ready, Set, RUN! is part of the National Alliance for Youth Sports. Mgr. Chesak SA 8:00A-9:00A 3/30-5/18 $35 / $40

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The Skinny on Whole Grains Eating a variety of whole grains daily, like whole wheat bread and brown rice, may help you maintain a healthy weight and reduce your risk for heart disease. One way to find a product rich in whole grains is to make sure a whole grain is the first grain listed on a product ingredient list. For kids, the Center for Disease Control suggests parents set a good example by eating whole grains with meals or as snacks. Let children select and help prepare a whole grain side dish. Teach older children to read the ingredient list on cereals or snack food packages and choose those with whole grains at the top of the list. To learn more about whole grains and what constitutes a serving size, visit choosemyplate.gov -- Amy Daum, Registered Dietitian, PSS&WC

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Nicole Chesak, 847-781-3635, nchesak@heparks.org

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Soccer Outdoors

Supervisor Chris Evans, 847-285-5429, cevans@heparks.org

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Spring 2013 Season: April 14 – June 9

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The Hoffman Estates Park District is inviting any kids who did not play youth soccer in Fall 2012 to come out and play for the Spring 2013 season. Kids will be placed on a wait list and staff will either place them on a team from the Fall 2012 season or create new teams dependent on the number of registrations. Youth Soccer League is a fun, active and recreational type program. It is for your beginner soccer player who wants to have fun, meet new friends and learn the basics of the game of soccer. Kids will learn teamwork, basic skills and sportsmanship. Your child will have a great time every Sunday playing in games and being part of a team. For the Spring 2013 season, it only costs $40R/$45NR. If you need to purchase a uniform, the cost is $35 extra and a Uniform Form needs to be filled out at time of registration.

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Eligibility Separate teams for boys and girls: Kindergarten through 8th Grade. Divisions will be determined by participation numbers

Schedule Dates are subject to change.

End of March — Blind Draft Draft (5–14 years) After 3/27/13 — Practices Start After 4/28/13 — Games Start

Games and Practice All games will be played on Sunday afternoons at Cannon Crossings. Practice days, times and locations have been chosen by Fall coaches already. Any new coaches or teams formed, has the opportunity to choose the day/time/location of practices however.

Fees

Girls K/1st Grade – 169501-A 2nd/3rd Grade – 169501-B 4th/5th Grade – 169501-C 6th-8th Grade – 169501-D

Boys Kindergarten – 169501-E 1st Grade – 169501-F 2nd/3rd Grade – 169501-G 4th/5th Grade – 169501-H 6th-8th Grade – 169501-I

$40 / $45 NR for all ages Uniform fees are separate and cost $35. Parents need to fill out a separate “Uniform Form” at time of registration.

Soccer Classes

Tennis Indoors

Future Pros Soccer

Little Netters & Netters

Supervisor Chris Evans, 847-285-5429, cevans@heparks.org

(Grades 4-8 — Triphahn)

What better way to introduce your little one to the world’s fastest growing sport than having them learn from the professional coaching staff of Future Pros? The goal of the Mini Pros Soccer program is not only to teach some basic skills, but more importantly, to instill a love for the game to last a lifetime. Don't miss this opportunity to have fun with the PROS of Future Pros! All participants will receive a soccer ball. The Future Pros S.T.P. (Skills Training Program) is recognized as a tremendous vehicle to enhance your child's individual skill level. Whether you play travel, house league or have never played soccer, this fully adaptable program is right for you. This program offers players the entire range of individual skills to perform under pressure and advance to higher levels of play. At the S.T.P., technical circuit training sessions are employed. Players are divided by age and adjusted by ability level. No Class on: 3/28, 3/26. Mgr. Evans TH TH TU TU

9:00A-9:45A 3/21-5/16 9:45A-10:30A 3/21-5/16 4:00P-4:45P 3/19-5/14 4:45P-5:45P 3/19-3/19

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Chicago Storm Spring Soccer Camp (4-13 years — Willow)

Chicago Storm Spring Soccer Camp gives children the opportunity to work with past and present professional soccer players and coaches. Children of all levels work on skills and strategies in a curriculum that is game like and fun! Participants will be placed in groups according to age and/or skill level. Sign up today for 3 days of fun and soccer! Mrg. Evans Mini-Kickers Camp (4-6 years) W-F 9:00A-12:00P 3/27-3/29 $70 / $80 Big Kickers Camp (7-13 years) W-F 9:00A-12:00P 3/27-3/29 $70 / $80

Travel Soccer

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The Hoffman United Soccer Club is a competitive program that consists of boys and girls youth soccer teams. Teams are composed of players from the area surrounding Hoffman Estates. This is an extension of the Hoffman Estates Park District recreational soccer program. Visit hoffmanunited.org.

Program Supervisor Chris Cabanban, 847-285-5411, ccabanban@h

Using the USTA Quick Start system, children are introduced to the world of tennis. Movement and tracking skills are taught with emphasis on having fun and establishing a positive tennis experience. Class will not meet on: 5/12, 5/25-5/27. Little Netters (4-5 years — PSS&WC) M 12:45P-1:30P 4/8-4/29 $65 / $72 TU 4:00P-4:45P 4/9-4/30 $65 / $72 W 3:15P-4:00P 4/10-5/1 $65 / $72 M 12:45P-1:30P 5/6-6/3 $65 / $72 TU 4:00P-4:45P 5/7-6/4 $81 / $89 W 3:15P-4:00P 5/8-6/5 $81 / $89 Netters (5-6 years — PSS&WC) F 3:30P-4:30P 4/12-5/3 $86 / $95 SA 9:30A-10:30A 4/13-5/4 $86 / $95 SU 12:00P-12:45P 4/14-5/5 $65 / $72 F 3:30P-4:30P 5/10-6/7 $107 / $118 SA 9:30A-10:30A 5/11-6/8 $86 / $95 SU 12:00P-12:45P 5/12-6/9 $48 / $53

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Half Volleys 1 & 2 Using the USTA Quick Start System, beginners increase their net performance as they learn tennis fundamentals, enhance motor and racket skills, while nurturing their love of the game! Class will not meet on: 5/12, 5/25-5/27. Half Volleys 1 (6-7 years — PSS&WC) M 4:00P-5:00P 4/8-4/29 $86 / $95 TU 4:45P-5:30P 4/9-4/30 $65 / $72 W 4:00P-5:00P 4/10-5/1 $86 / $95 TH 5:00P-6:00P 4/11-5/2 $86 / $95 SA 12:00P-1:00P 4/13-5/4 $86 / $95 M 4:00P-5:00P 5/6-6/3 $86 / $95 TU 4:45P-5:30P 5/7-6/4 $81 / $89 W 4:00P-5:00P 5/8-6/5 $107 / $118 TH 5:00P-6:00P 5/9-6/6 $107 / $118 SA 12:00P-1:00P 5/11-6/8 $86 / $95 Half Volleys 2 (8-9 years — PSS&WC) M 5:00P-6:00P 4/8-4/29 $86 / $95 TU 4:30P-5:30P 4/9-4/30 $86 / $95 W 5:00P-6:00P 4/10-5/1 $86 / $95 SA 2:00P-3:00P 4/13-5/4 $86 / $95 SU 1:00P-2:00P 4/14-5/5 $86 / $95 M 5:00P-6:00P 5/6-6/3 $86 / $95 TU 4:30P-5:30P 5/7-6/4 $107 / $118 W 5:00P-6:00P 5/8-6/5 $107 / $118 SA 2:00P-3:00P 5/11-6/8 $86 / $95 SU 1:00P-2:00P 5/12-6/9 $65 / $72

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Tennis High School (13 + years — PSS&WC) Tennis Adult Advanced Beginner

Students continue to develop their game as the refine their basic skills. Using situational drills and games, this class helps students establish a solid foundation for future development and helps them build a life-long love of tennis. Class will not meet on: 5/12, 5/25-5/27. Mgr. Cabanban

This beginner class for teens will teach the fundamentals of tennis and a love of the game. Participants will learn to enjoy tennis as a lifetime sport. Class will not meet on: 5/12, 5/25-5/27

Excellence (11 + years — PSS&WC) Experienced young athletes take a swing at understanding tennis strategies for match play. Students develop a complete game, as they continue to enhance their skills. This class is for students with tennis experience. Class will not meet on: 5/12, 5/25-5/27. Mgr. Cabanban M TU W TH F SA M TU W TH F SA

4:30P-6:00P 5:30P-6:30P 7:00P-8:30P 4:30P-6:00P 5:30P-7:00P 10:30A-12:00P 4:30P-6:00P 5:30P-6:30P 7:00P-8:30P 4:30P-6:00P 5:30P-7:00P 10:30A-12:00P

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$129 / $142 220023-A $86 / $95 220023-B $129 / $142 220023-C $129 / $142 220023-D $129 / $142 220023-E $129 / $142 220023-F $129 / $142 220023-G $107 / $118 220023-H $161 / $177 220023-I $161 / $177 220023-J $161 / $177 220023-K $129 / $142 220023-L

Tennis Excellence Plus (11 + years — PSS&WC) Athletes build their competitive skills in this physically and mentally demanding class. By emphasizing stroke productions, footwork and concentration, students can increase their power, stamina, agility and accuracy to improve their performance. Students learn to think their way through matches with an understanding of why certain shots are hit at specific times. Class will not meet on: 5/12, 5/25-5/2. Mgr. Cabanban M TU W TH M TU W TH

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$129 / $142 220025-A $129 / $142 220025-B $129 / $142 220025-C $129 / $142 220025-D $129 / $142 220025-E $161 / $177 220025-F $161 / $177 220025-G $161 / $177 220025-H

Tennis Adult Beginner (18 + years — PSS&WC)

It's never too late to discover the benefits of tennis! This beginning level class teaches adults everything from how to hold a racket to how to move the ball. Adults gain basic tennis skills while learning to enjoy the game. Class will not meet on: Class will not meet on: 5/12, 5/25-5/27. Mgr. Cabanban M TU TU W F M TU TU W F

1:30P-2:30P 4/8-4/29 5:30P-6:30P 4/9-4/30 8:00P-9:30P 4/9-4/30 6:00P-7:00P 4/10-5/1 9:30A-11:00A 4/12-5/3 1:30P-2:30P 5/6-6/3 5:30P-6:30P 5/7-6/4 8:00P-9:30P 5/7-6/4 6:00P-7:00P 5/8-6/5 9:30A-11:00A 5/10-6/7

$86 / $95 220030-A $86 / $95 220030-B $129 / $142 220030-C $86 / $95 220030-D $129 / $142 220030-E $86 / $95 220030-F $107 / $118 220030-G $161 / $177 220030-H $107 / $118 220030-I $161 / $177 220030-J

IF TENNIS CLASSES DO NOT REACH MIN. NUMBER OF REQUIRED PARTICIPANTS, SECTIONS WILL BE CANCELLED ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE START OF THE CLASS. REGISTER IN ADVANCE.

Adults with some tennis experience continue to develop their basic skills and implement them in match play. Adults begin to develop an understanding of strategy, but the emphasis is on enjoying the game. Class will not meet on: 5/12, 5/25-5/27. Mgr. Cabanban TU TH SU TU TH SU

9:30A-11:00A 9:30A-11:00A 9:30A-11:00A 9:30A-11:00A 9:30A-11:00A 9:30A-11:00A

4/9-4/30 4/11-5/2 4/14-5/5 5/7-6/4 5/9-6/6 5/19-6/9

$129 / $142 220031-A $129 / $142 220031-B $129 / $142 220031-C $161 / $177 220031-D $161 / $177 220031-E $97 / $107 220031-F

Tennis Adult Intermediate (18+ years — PSS&WC)

If you've got skills that need refining, this is the class for you! You will work on ball placement along with tennis strategy to help make you a better competitor. This class emphasizes enjoying the game and competing in a positive environment. Class will not meet on: 5/12, 5/25-5/27. Mgr. Cabanban SU 10:30A-12:00P 4/14-5/5 $129 / $142 220032-A SU 10:30A-12:00P 5/19-6/9 $97 / $107 220032-B

TENNIS COURTS PSS&WC COURT FEES $20 per hour Additional Guest Fee Applies

Private and Semi Private Lessons Private, semi-private and small group private lessons are available for all ages. For information or to schedule a private tennis lesson please contact Chris Cabanban, at 847–285–5411.

Cardio Tennis (18+ years — PSS&WC) Players of all ability levels are led through high energy drills designed to keep you moving and your heart pumping. Prior tennis experience is not necessary. For schedule, contact Chris Cabanban, at 847–285–5411.

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Baseliners 1 & 2 (9-11 years — PSS&WC) W 4:00P-5:00P 4/10-5/1 $86 / $95 220019-A TH 6:00P-7:00P 4/11-5/2 $86 / $95 220019-B F 4:30P-5:30P 4/12-5/3 $86 / $95 220019-C SU 2:00P-3:00P 4/14-5/5 $86 / $95 220019-D W 4:00P-5:00P 5/8-6/5 $107 / $118 220019-E TH 6:00P-7:00P 5/9-6/6 $107 / $118 220019-F F 4:30P-5:30P 5/10-6/7 $107 / $118 220019-G SU 2:00P-3:00P 5/12-6/9 $65 / $72 220019-H Baseliners 2 (11-12 years — PSS&WC) M 6:00P-7:00P 4/8-4/29 $86 / $95 220020-A W 5:00P-6:00P 4/10-5/1 $86 / $95 220020-B TH 4:00P-5:00P 4/11-5/2 $86 / $95 220020-C SA 1:00P-2:00P 4/13-5/4 $86 / $95 220020-D M 6:00P-7:00P 5/6-6/3 $86 / $95 220020-E W 5:00P-6:00P 5/8-6/5 $107 / $118 220020-F TH 4:00P-5:00P 5/9-6/6 $107 / $118 220020-G SA 1:00P-2:00P 5/11-6/8 $86 / $95 220020-H

W 7:30P-9:00P 4/10-5/1 $129 / $142 220024-A W 7:30P-9:00P 5/8-6/5 $161 / $177 220024-B

(18+ years — PSS&WC)

ATHLETICS


bridgesofpoplarcreek.com Weddings, Banquets- Your guests will be amazed when you host your special event at Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club. Open to the public, Bridges underwent major renovations recently and has since earned rave reviews from our guests.

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From intimate parties of 25 or fewer to gatherings up to 250, we can accommodate your event. We specialize in wedding ceremonies, showers, rehearsal dinners and receptions, baby showers, religious celebrations, awards banquets, golf outings, corporate meetings and other events. Our outdoor event area is a perfect place to hold a special event. Please call 847–781–3658.

1400 Poplar Creek Drive 847–884–0219 Daily Hours Monday–Thursday, 6:30A–6:00P Friday, 6:30A–10:00P Saturday & Sunday, 6:30A–6:00P Golf Course / Pro Shop

Open through November (weather permitting)

Monday–Sunday, 6:00A–7:00P Pro Shop 847–781–3681 Bar and Grill 847–781–3664 Open through November (weather permitting)

Monday–Sunday, 11:00A–7:00P

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Magazine

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Renovation of the Year for public courses


teetee times times 847-781-3681 847-781-3681 Rates Resident Golf Rates (with valid H.E.P.D. Golf ID) Weekdays (Monday – Friday) Holes with Cart Open–1:26PM 1:34–2:51PM 3:00–5:34PM 5:43PM–Close Seniors (60+) Juniors (under 17)

Holes Open–1:26PM 1:34–2:51PM 3:00–5:34PM 5:43PM–Close Seniors (60+) Juniors (under 17)

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Weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) and Holidays Holes with Cart Open–10:00AM 10:00–12:51PM 1:00–2:51PM 3:00PM–Close

Holes 1:00–2:51PM 3:00PM–Close

Golf Outings

Let us host your golf event with our specially designed golf outing packages. Included in golf outing packages is 18 holes of play with cart, bag drop, GPS scoring with real time leaderboard. Weekdays: $59 Weekends: $69 Call the Pro Shop for available dates.

Meeting Packages

Enjoy our beautiful, upscale banquet facilities overlooking our 18-hole championship golf course. The clubhouse received a major facelift in 2010 with new carpet, wallpaper, lighting, paint, ceiling construction, bathroom upgrades and a new dance floor in the main banquet room. Business meetings are first class with WiFi, screens, LCD projectors and other accoutrements.

Learning Center

Our 9,100 square-foot putting green and 500 square-foot bentgrass chipping area make for a state-of-the-art learning center totaling 6.3 acres. PGA instruction on a 55 station driving range hones golfers’ games. Checkout the "FlightScope launch monitor" for perfect club fitting.

Outdoor Event Pavilion

This 8,200 square-foot event pavilion features a beautiful wedding gazebo and waterfall, providing the perfect setting for outdoor events.

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Bar & Grill

Bridges of Poplar Creek Bar & Grill offers delicious food throughout the week. Many themed nights including a Friday Night Fish Fry and Smokehouse dinner frequent the event calendar at the grill.

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Pro Shop

The pro shop features a wide array of the latest fashions for men and women, including Under Armour, Nike, Adidas, Puma, Antigua and FootJoy. Our Tour Edge and Taylor Made custom fitting center will help fit you with a new set of clubs or check your existing equipment for lie angle, loft angle, shaft flex, grip size and length.

Tee Times

Our website allows golfers to book their tee times online, up to seven days in advance. Saturday and Sunday morning reserved tee times can be contracted for the upcoming season by contacting the Pro Shop.

GPS System

Our GPS system is a cutting edge, computerized yardage and scoring system available in the golf carts acting as a professional caddie. Features include: tips on how to play each hole, green contours, distances to the pin, scoring with real time leaderboard and messaging to and from the Pro Shop.

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STAR Before and After School Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

2013-2014 The Hoffman Estates Park District’s STAR Before & After School Program is available for children needing before and after school care. The STAR program provides your child a safe environment in a recreational setting. Activities may include but are not limited to art projects, sports and games, outdoor play, card and board games and homework time. A light snack will be offered daily. Before Care is offered from 7:00A until the start of school and After Care is from school dismissal until 6:00P. Three-day and five-day options available.

REGISTRATION Current STAR Families — 4/1/2013 Open Registration — 5/1/2013

STAR / Kinder Star Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Enrollment is limited. A $25 per child registration fee is required at the time of registration. Nine monthly payments will be deducted from your checking account or credit card through our Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) billing system, on the 10th of the month (August–April).

Register at the Triphahn Center for District 54 Schools and at Willow for the Willow site; District 15 schools.

STAR SCHOOLS

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DISTRICT 15 SCHOOLS Willow Location Thomas Jefferson — Whiteley

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Registration re opens 9/3/2013 with a start date of 9/9/2013 or later.

Triphahn Center Location Armstrong — Fairview — Lakeview MacArthur — Churchill —Muir

There is a 5 business day processing period before your child can start.

Any families interested in registering after 9/3/2013 must have program manager approval and pay first months fee up front.

Contact Carolyn Ray for site openings, cray@heparks.org or 848-885-7500x635.

Kinder STAR Before and After School Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

CHILD CARE

Child care for children K-6th Grade needing care on school holidays, institute days and in-services. Child care is offered from 7am-6pm, $38 per child. Drop off and pick up will be at Vogelei Barn or Willow Recreation Center. All children must arrive by 9:00A HEPD follows District 54 and District 15 school calendar. Visit heparks.org for more information.

SPRING BREAK 2013 March 25-29

No registrations will be accepted 8/9/2013–9/3/2013

Kinder Star is designed to meet the needs of children who require extended care after morning kindergarten. Activities include art projects, activity time, science, quiet time and monthly field trips. Children will be able to socialize and interact with their kindergarten friends and have a safe place to relax. A healthy afternoon snack will be provided. Busses will transport children from their schools to either the Willow or Triphahn. Children must be enrolled in morning kindergarten.

Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

Registration closes 8/9/2013.

DISTRICT 54 SCHOOLS

2013-2014

Day Off of School Care

KINDER STAR SCHOOLS

Willow Location * Sack lunch required daily. Thomas Jefferson — Whiteley

Triphahn Center Location * Hot lunch provided daily. Armstrong — Fairview — Lakeview MacArthur — Churchill —Muir

REGISTRATION KinderSTAR — 3/1/13

Healthy Changes at STAR The STAR Before and After School program helps promote a healthier lifestyle. STAR kids will participate in an organized fitness program, have healthier snacks and visits from the HEPD staff dietitian throughout the school year at the District 15 and District 54 sites. The changes to the program are possible through the Power Play Grant program from the Illinois Association of Park Districts. More than 13 million US children and adolescents are obese, a major risk factor for many serious health conditions including type two diabetes, stroke, heart disease, high blood pressure and certain cancers. HEPD is working to help reduce childhood obesity and improve the overall health of our community.


Full Day Preschool / Childcare Program Supervisor Alisa Kapusinski, 847-781-3631, akapusinski@heparks.org

The Hoffman Estates Park District has expanded its state licensed and nationally accredited preschool program by opening a new full day preschool Early Learning Center at Triphahn for children 3–5 years old. Through developmentally appropriate instruction and positive atmosphere for learning, children in the full day preschool program will develop the social, emotional, cognitive and physical skills necessary to prepare them for Kindergarten. Breakfast, lunch and snack are provided which meet nutritional guidelines. This program is open Monday-Friday from 7:00A–6:00P year round. Registration is open year round to any child who is 3–5 years old and fully potty trained.

Registration Policy Enrollment requires completion of the Early Learning Center Enrollment Form, payment of the first and last week’s tuition and a $35 registration fee. Prior to beginning enrollment in Early Learning Center programs the following forms must be turned in — Certificate of Child Health Exam, Emergency Card, Preschool Information Sheet, Discipline Policy, Permission and Waiver Form, DCFS Sign Off. Please contact Program Manager Alisa to set up a registration appointment.

Tours of ELC Parents are welcome to make an appointment for a tour of the Early Learning Center. Appointments are required to schedule a tour. Please contact Program Manager Alisa to set up an appointment.

Drop-in Program

7:00A–9:00A — learning centers exploration 9:00A–9:15A — breakfast 9:15A–9:30A — circle time 9:30A–11:30A — dedicated preschool time 11:30A–11:45A — music and stories 11:45A–12:00P — large motor play 12:00P–12:30P — lunch 12:30P– 1:00P — quiet activities 1:00P–3:00P — rest time 3:00P–3:15P — afternoon snack 3:15P–3:30P — circle time 3:30P–4:30P — large motor play 4:30P–6:00P — learning centers exploration

The Hoffman Estates Park District Preschool is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). NAEYC is the nation’s largest organization of early childhood educators, who have voluntarily undergone a comprehensive process of internal self-study and improvement.

Each NAEYC-accredited program must meet all 10 of the NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards, including:

1. Promote positive relationships for all children and adults. 2.

Implement a curriculum that fosters all areas of child development – cognitive, emotional, language, physical and social.

3. Use developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate and effective teaching approaches. 4. Provide ongoing assessments of progress. 5. Promote the nutrition and health of children and staff. 6. Employ & support qualified teaching staff. 7. Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with families. 8. Establish and maintain relationships with and use resources of the community.

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9. Provide a safe and healthy environment. 10. Implement strong program management policies that result in high-quality service. NAEYC Accreditation is valid for 5 years. During that period, programs make annual reports documenting that they maintain compliance with program standards and are subject to unannounced visits by NAEYC assessors. For more information, visit rightchoiceforkids.org.

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Daily Schedule

Drop-in care is only offered as a full-day program. Limited space is available each day so be sure to call ahead to reserve your child’s space. A 5 visit punch card can be purchased for $310 and one day daily drop-in is available for $65. Children will receive a full-day of preschool learning along with breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack. Students in the Early Learning Center participate in a variety of activities every day, including art, music, creative movement, dramatic play, math and science and group discussions.

What is NAEYC?

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Preschool 2013-2014

Program Supervisor Alisa Kapusinski, 847-781-3631, akapusinski@heparks.org

Registration Guidelines Registrations accepted in person at Triphahn or Willow.

Tours of Our Preschool

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The Hoffman Estates Park District preschool program promotes child development which supports academic excellence. Developmentally-appropriate instruction is provided in an environment that values cultural diversity and nurtures a love of learning. Our preschool program focuses on the development of the whole child. Our play-based curriculum incorporates a variety of learning opportunities designed to develop problem solving, creativity, self-expression and academic skills. Children participate in a variety of activities every day, including art, music, creative movement, dramatic play, math, science, block play, group discussions and outdoor play. Our qualified teachers combine this diverse curriculum through a healthy balance of child-initiated and teacherdirected learning which develops a child’s physical, social, language, cognitive and creative skills. Through encouragement, understanding and respect, we provide a positive, safe and nurturing atmosphere for learning. Our program supports our community. Children learn about our community through field trips and community events. We believe that children learn best when parents and teachers work together and support each other, therefore, we encourage the active involvement of parents.

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Three Year Old Preschool Children must be specified age of Preschool by 9/1/2013

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Triphahn — Min : 8 Max : 18 M,W,F 9:30A–11:30A 8/26-5/23 $123 / $136* 256211-A M,TU,TH 12:30P–2:30P 8/26-5/22 $123 / $136* 256211-B TU,TH 9:30A–11:30A 8/27-5/22 $78 / $87* 256211-C Willow — Min : 8 Max : 18 M,W,F 9:15A–11:30A 8/26-5/23 $140 / $155* 256212-A TU,TH 9:15A–11:30A 8/27 -5/22 $89 / $99*

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Four Year Old Preschool Children must be specified age of Preschool by 9/1/2013.

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Triphahn — Min : 8 Max : 20 M,W,F 9:15A–11:45A 8/26-5/23 $157 / $174* 256214-A M,TU,W,TH 9:30A–11:45A

8/26-5/22 $190 / $211* 256214-B

TU,TH 9:15A–11:45A 8/27-5/22 $100 / $109* 256214-C M,TU,TH 12:30P–2:45P 8/26-5/22 $140 / $155* 256214-E Willow — Min : 8 Max : 20 M,TU,W,TH 9:15A–11:45A

8/26-5/23 $215/ $235* 256215-A

M,TU,TH 12:15P–2:45P 8/26-5/22 $157 / $174* 256215-B *= monthly payment

Prospective parents are welcome to make an appointment for a tour of the preschool and observe classes. Appointments must be scheduled in advance. Call Alisa at 847-781-3631 to make an appointment.

Preschool Payments 2 Payment Options 1 Pay in Full + $35 non-refundable registration fee.

( Full payment amount is 8 x monthly payment + $100 )

–or– 2 Monthly payment plan. $100 payment and $35 non refundable registration fee due at time of registration. Complete the EFT form to automatically withdraw 8 monthly payments from your checking account or credit card. EFT withdrawal dates, 15th of the following months: August thru March.

Preschool Refunds Refunds are granted prior to the first day of school. After the first class has met, a pro-rated refund is granted. A refund form must be filled out in order to obtain a refund. Refunds cannot be granted for days missed due to illness or vacation.

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"Pre" Preschool 2013-2014

Program Supervisor Alisa Kapusinski, 847-781-3631, akapusinski@heparks.org

2's Playschool 2013-2014

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(Triphahn) TU 9:15A–10:15A 8/27-5/20 $269/$296* 256223-A TU 9:15A–10:15A 8/29-5/22 $269/$296* 256223-B

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9:15A–10:15A 8/30-5/23 $269/$296* 256223-C

M 9:15A–10:15A 8/26-5/19 $269/$296* 256223-D

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Designed for children who missed the September 1 preschool deadline. Class meets the entire school year. Taught by a preschool teacher in a preschool classroom setting. Activities such as songs, stories, free play at learning centers, crafts, outside fun and gym time. Children may be in Pull-Ups. (Teachers will not be responsible for changing Pull-Ups.) 15 minutes will be added to the length of class beginning in January 2014 to prepare the children for a longer preschool day. Fees can be prorated for children who begin during the school year. Children enrolling must be turning 3 years old within 3 months of start date. Registration must be done in person. Mgr Kapusinski (Triphahn) M,W 9:30A–11:00A 8/26-5/21

$80 / $89* 256221-B

(Willow) TU,TH 9:30A–11:00A 8/27-5/22

$80 / $89* 256221-C

* 8 monthly payments with $100 initial payment

+ $35 registration fee due at registration. Register in person at Triphahn or Willow.

Fruity Granola Yogurt Parfait

Did you know? Commercially available granola is often toasted with oil and honey, making it high in calories. So, it’s important to choose low-fat granola, when available.

ADULTS:

½ cup granola, low-fat

Layer ingredients any which way you want in a glass, such as half of granola, yogurt, and fruit, then repeat. Eat with a long spoon.

½ cup fresh blueberries, raspberries, or sliced strawberries or bananas (use frozen fruit if fresh isn’t available)

Most Americans do not consume enough calcium, a mineral that is essential to bone health. For a quick and easy tip to increase your daily calcium intake, remember to include an eight ounce glass of skim milk or low-fat soy milk at meals. Choose low fat or fat free dairy for maximum calcium and minimal calories.

Try this delicious recipe:

* Fee listed is for the entire year.

¾ cup (6-oz container) vanilla or plain yogurt, low-fat

Are you getting enough calcium?

Measure out all ingredients to be used. Provide stemware or clear drinking glass or bowl.

KIDS:

YIELD: 1 serving

SERVING SIZE:

1¾ cups

EACH SERVING PROVIDES:

Calories: 410 Carbohydrate: 76 g Protein: 15 g Total fat: 6 g Saturated fat: 2.5 g Cholesterol: 10 mg Fiber: 5 g Sodium: 180 mg Vitamin A: 25% Vitamin C: 20% Calcium: 35% Iron: 10%

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This is the perfect class for the toddler who is ready to go to the big school too! Children will learn socialization skills and early cognitive learning skills through songs, stories, crafts and free play. Gradual separation from a parent will help your child prepare for preschool. A parent/caregiver will attend school with the child from September thru December. After winter break, 15 minutes will be added to the class and the parent/caregiver will attend the first and last 15 minutes of each class. After spring break, the child will attend class without the parent/caregiver. Please note, when the parent/caregiver is not in the classroom, he/she must remain in the building as the teacher is not responsible for changing diapers. Children must be 21 months old in order to begin the class. Children may begin anytime during the school year while space is available. **Participants in the 2's Playschool class will receive priority registration for next year's 2014-2015 Preschool or Threeschool. Register in person or online. Mgr Kapusinski

-- Amy Daum, Registered Dietitian, PSS&WC -- For more information on calcium-rich foods and bone health, check out cdc.gov

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Early Childhood Enrichment

Program Supervisor Alisa Kapusinski, 847-781-3631, akapusinski@heparks.org / Program Supervisor Jenny Clark, 847-781-3643, jclark@heparks.org

Fun with 2's and You (21-36 months — Willow)

Children develop social skills and learn to play cooperatively in this class. Each class children will enjoy participating in an art activity, songs, stories and play time. Instructor: Dilnaaz Rustomji. Mgr Kapusinski W 9:30A-10:15A 4/10-5/15 $34 / $37 226001-A

Energy Express (3-5 years — Willow)

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What a perfect way for your child to "run off" some energy! Your child will discover the enjoyment of activities in the gym. This program will help your child develop large motor skills while socializing with friends. Through a variety of fun individual and group activities, your child will develop an interest in active play with a focus on fitness. Please bring your own lunch; lunch time is included in this class. Instructor: Vicki Dolikian. Mgr Kapusinski F 11:45A-1:15P 4/12-5/17 $51 / $56 226006-A

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Tots World (2½-4 years — Triphahn) Tots gain independence as they participate in less structured indoor games, free play, songs and stories. Children must be comfortable in a classroom setting without a parent/caregiver. Each session will have different activities and themes. Instructor: Kim Schoewe. Mgr Kapusinski F 9:30A-10:15A 4/12-5/17 $26 / $29 226011-A

Friday Fundays (3-5 years — Triphahn) Fridays are fundays! This class is a perfect opportunity to add another fun preschool day into your week! Children will participate in a variety of activities spread around the classroom learning centers, sing songs, play in the gym daily and bring home an art activity! This class is designed for current preschoolers who want to add another preschool day or for children not enrolled in preschool who want a day of fun! Instructor: Lynn Wendland. Mgr Kapusinski F 9:30A-11:30A 4/12-5/17 $68 / $74 226014-A

On My Own (2½-3 years — Triphahn)

Sticky Fingers (3-5 years — Willow)

Children will gain independence through fun and socialization in this class. Activities include crafts, songs and stories. This is the perfect first experience of working towards being on my own. Parents will stay the entire first class and half of the second and third class. Parents will not attend class after the third week. Instructor: Kim Schoewe. Mgr Kapusinski

Playdough, silly putty and "clean mud" are just a few of the soft, squishy concoctions we will be making and playing with in this hands-on class. The children will help follow a recipe to create gooey mixtures out of every day, household ingredients like flour, liquid soap, salt, water and even glue. Math and science concepts will be incorporated as we count and measure ingredients and watch one form of matter transform into another! Please wear clothes that can get messy or bring a smock. Children should bring their own lunch; class time includes lunch time. Instructor: Asiya Syed. Mgr Kapusinski TH 11:45A-1:15P 4/11-5/16 $57 / $62 226044-A

F 10:30A-11:15A 4/12-5/17 $26 / $29 226016-A

Mini Chefs (3-5 years — Triphahn) Mix one cup of creativity, one cup of instruction and two cups of fun and you've got mini chefs. This class teaches children simple recipes so they can help out in the kitchen. Kitchen safety tips are emphasized. On the last day of class kids take home a recipe book filled with all their delicious experiments. Bring an apron or large shirt. Instructor: Rebecca Geist. Mgr Kapusinski W 11:45A-12:45P 4/10-5/15 $42 / $46 226024-A

Reading Readiness (4-6 years — Triphahn)

This class is geared towards the emerging language learner. This class will focus on the early principles of alphabet sequence, letter recognition, letter-sound correspondence, phonemic awareness and concept of print. Students will participate in a variety of prereading lessons designed to motivate and encourage the blossoming reader. Mgr Kapusinski W 11:45A-12:30P 4/10-5/15 $69 / $76 226040-A

Books Come Alive! (3-5 years) Each week children will travel into "storybook land" by reading a classic children's book. Children will expand on the ideas of the book by creating an art project, singing songs, participating in fingerplays and through creative movement. Enrich a child's mind through books. Different books are covered each session. Children enrolled in Willow class should bring their own lunch; class time includes lunch time. Instructor: Monique LiPetri (TC) & Dilnaaz Rustomji (WRC). Mgr Kapusinski (Triphahn) TH 11:45A-12:45P 4/11-5/16 $34 / $37 226041-A (Willow) W 11:45A-1:15P 4/10-5/15 $51 / $56 226041-B

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Let's Make Playdough (3-5 years — Triphahn) Each week children will use a recipe and everyday kitchen ingredients to help create a unique playdough! Science and math concepts will be touched upon as the children pour, count, mix and measure these ingredients. Each dough will have a different texture, scent or color to engage the senses. New materials such as rolling pins, scissors, cookie cutters and clay tools will be introduced to help the children enhance creativity and fine motor skills. The children will be allowed to take some of the dough with them for more fun at home! Please wear clothes that are ok to get messy. Instructor: Monique LiPetri. Mgr Kapusinski TU 11:45A-12:45P 4/9-5/14 $38 / $42 226065-A

Lunch Bunch (3-5 years) This program is offered to children in the morning preschool classes or any other new friends! Bring a sack lunch and stay at school for an extra hour-and-a-half! Songs, stories, crafts and games will all be incorporated into the fun. Play with friends, make new friends and give mom or dad a little more time at home! Mgr Kapusinski (Willow) M 11:45A-1:15P 4/8-5/13 $51 / $56 226061-A TU 11:45A-1:15P 4/9-5/14 $51 / $56 226061-B (Triphahn) M 11:45A-1:15P 4/8-5/13 $51 / $56 226061-C

Tots Playtime (18 mos-3 years — Willow) Parents and toddlers take time out to play through a variety of structured and unstructured activities. Each class begins with creative arts and craft projects, songs or stories. Then we move on to open playtime in the gym with balls, hoops, mats and scooters. Children must be able to walk. Instructor: Asiya Syed. Mgr Kapusinski TH 9:30A-10:30A 4/11-5/16 $29 / $32 226315-A


ent... add to your preschool experience! Tot Rock (12-24 months — Triphahn)

Kindercise with Me

Wiggle, giggle, dance and play; have some fun the Tot Rock way! Your tot will be delighted in this popular music exploration program! In addition to improving your tot’s fine and gross motor skills, we will use a variety of rhythm instruments, movement props and sensory items. Tot Rock is a parent participation class that involves structured and unstructured time. Mgr Kapusinski

(1.5-3 years with Parent — Triphahn)

Kindercise with me is an exercise program specially designed for children ages 1.5-3 years. Parent/Caregiver participation is required. Each class follows a weekly theme, providing toddler aged children with a fun and imaginative approach to play. The class emphasizes gross motor skills and social interaction through songs, dance, games and creative activities. Mgr Clark

TH 10:45A-11:25A 4/11-5/30 $72 / $79 226323-A

M 9:15A-10:00A 4/8-5/13 $42 / $46 226070-A

Kid Rock (Triphahn)

Kindercise (3-6 years — Triphahn)

Kid Rock 2 (3-4 years) TH 9:15A-9:55A 4/11-5/30 $72 / $79 226023-A Kid Rock 1 (20-36 months with parent) TH 10:00A-10:40A 4/11-5/30 $72 / $79 226023-B

Kindermusik Village (0-18 months — Triphahn)

Kindermusik Village is for lap-babies, crawlers and walkers. It incorporates the most current research on early childhood development and provides families a special place for learning and connecting with other parents and babies through music and movement. This session's theme is "The Rhythm of My Day." This class will help you bring more rhythm and routine to your baby's day, as well as help develop lasting learning skills. You will be able to bring home some stress-free play and relaxation techniques from class and incorporate them into your daily routine. Class fee does not include kit fee of $40 payable to the instructor on the first class. Kit fee includes a CD with music from class, a colorful picture board book, a set of art banners and an instrument for music-making at home. Mgr Kapusinski TU 10:45A-11:25A 4/2-5/14 $80 / $88 226347-A

Each class follows a weekly theme, providing preschool aged children with a fun and imaginative approach to fitness. We combine singing, dancing, games and tumbling as we lead a series of exercise routines that help keep children physically fit. This enables parents to keep the fun and excitement of fitness alive long after their children have completed each weekly Kindercise session. Mgr Clark M 11:45A-12:30P 4/8-5/13 $42 / $46 226070-B

Decrease your fat and calorie intake at meals and increase your vitamin, mineral, and fiber consumption by filling half of your plate with fruits and vegetables. Be sure to mix it up with vegetables of all colors to get a variety of vitamins and minerals. Each color offers different benefits!

BLUE

(blueberries) – Vitamin C

GREEN

(broccoli, lettuce, sprouts) – Iron, Calcium

ORANGE

(clementines, carrots) – Vitamin A, C

RED

(strawberries, red peppers) - Healthy Antioxidants Find out more about portion sizes and the amount you should eat each day at fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org. -- Amy Daum, Registered Dietitian, PSS&WC

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Sing! Dance! Play! Make it a musical day! Kid Rock is a unique musical adventure that combines play and learning through music. Activities include singing songs and rhymes, moving creatively, participating in imaginative play, using a variety of rhythm instruments and props and practicing fine and large motor skills. Parents stay in the Kid Rock 1 class. Children attend without a parent for Kid Rock 2. Mgr Kapusinski

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EARLY CHILDHOOD


Early Childhood Enrichment Program Supervisor Katie Jones, 847-285-5408, kjones@heparks.org

As a bridge between free play and competitive play, Coach Pickles’ Jelly Bean Sports is a prescription for sports success. Encapsulated in the Jelly Bean Way is the structure missing from free play and the exploration often absent from competitive sports. Developed by Dr. Brad Kayden, Ed.D., our curriculum focuses on the fun inside building not just sports skills, but also the important life skills of listening, communication and critical thinking. Led by certified Jelly Bean Coach Performers, our Jelly Bean Programs are designed to help children learn how to feel, think and act inside sports environments. This makes kids more coachable and productive at the competitive level later. See you in class!

Jelly Bean T-Ball Prep

Jelly Bean Mommy/Daddy & Me Sport Shorts

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Jelly Bean Sports introduces toddlers to sports in the ways they learn best! Through story-telling and sensory play, your child will learn sports fundamentals and develop fine and gross motor skills. Classes encourage exploration, integrate diverse, tot-sized learning tools and help parents celebrate the small wins with their child! Discover a variety of sports with your child, including soccer, basketball, t-ball and football. Classes integrate parachutes, noodles, colorful dots, hoops and more! Class will not meet on: 5/25. Mgr. Jones SA 10:30A-11:15A 4/6-4/27 $66 / $72 229045-A SA 10:30A-11:15A 5/4-6/1 $66 / $72 229045-B

Jelly Bean Mommy/Daddy & Me T-Ball (18 months-2 ½ years — PSS&WC)

Jelly Bean Sports introduces toddlers to sports in the ways they learn best! Through story-telling and sensory play, your child will learn sports fundamentals and develop fine and gross motor skills. Classes encourage exploration, integrate diverse, tot-sized learning tools and help parents celebrate the small wins with their child. Kids will “chomp” baseballs, swing at bubbles and explore colors, shapes and counting while learning about America’s favorite pastime! TH 5:00P-5:45P 4/4-4/25 $55 / $59 229046-A TH 5:00P-5:45P 5/2-5/23 $55 / $59 229046-B

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T-Ball integrates a variety of equipment, including a bat, a ball, a tee, bases and a mitt, which can make the baseball learning experience complicated for young children. Jelly Bean Sports simplifies t-Ball and keeps learning fun through engaging stories and colorful characters. Children and parents will explore the baseball fundamentals of fielding, hitting and throwing in a variety of ageappropriate drills and games. Bring a water bottle and a mitt. Class will not meet on: 5/25. Mgr. Jones $55 / $59 $55 / $59 $66 / $72 $66 / $72

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Jelly Bean Sport Shorts (3½-5 years — PSS&WC)

Sports made simple, learning made fun classes use progressive equipment and other learning aids to teach the age-appropriate fundamentals of sports like soccer, baseball, basketball, football and hockey. Structured classes use sports to build listening, communication, motor skills, teamwork, self-confidence and a passion for sports. All equipment is provided. Class will not meet on: 5/25. Mgr. Jones (2½-3 years — PSS&WC) SA 8:30A-9:15A 4/6-4/27 SA 8:30A-9:15A 5/4-6/1 (4-5 years — PSS&WC) SA 8:30A-9:30A 4/6-4/27 SA 8:30A-9:30A 5/4-6/1 (3½-5 years — Triphahn) TH 11:45A-12:45P 4/11-5/16 (3½-5 years — Willow) W 11:45A-12:45P 4/10-5/15

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Jelly Bean Soccer Prep (2½-5 years — PSS&WC)

Soccer requires the use of fine and gross motor skills. Jelly Bean Sports integrates running and endurance drills to enhance gross motor skills and focuses on foot coordination and ball tracking to develop fine motor skills. We explore the soccer fundamentals of dribbling, passing and shooting and strive to keep kids aerobically active at least 60% of each class to better prepare kids for future game play. Bring shin pads and a water bottle. Class will not meet on: 5/25. Mgr. Jones (2½-3 years — PSS&WC) TU 5:30P-6:15P 4/2-4/23 TU 5:30P-6:15P 4/30-5/21 SA 10:30A-11:15A 4/6-4/27 SA 10:30A-11:15A 5/4-6/1 (4-5 years — PSS&WC) TU 6:15P-7:15P 4/2-4/23 TU 6:15P-7:15P 4/30-5/21

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Jelly Bean Basketball Prep (2½-5 years — Triphahn) In basketball, proper body positioning and

hand placement are key. Jelly Bean Sports uses engaging stories and colorful characters to introduce proper techniques in ways that work best for young children. We will explore the key basketball fundamentals of dribbling, passing and shooting through a variety of drills and games. Bring a water bottle. Mgr. Jones (2½-3 years — Triphahn) W 5:00P-5:45P 4/3-4/24 W 5:00P-5:45P 5/1-5/22 (4-5 years — Triphahn) W 5:45P-6:30P 4/3-4/24 W 5:45P-6:30P 5/1-5/22

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Personal Training Whether you have specific health and fitness goals or just want to improve your lifestyle, our personal trainers can provide individual attention and support you need to get the most out of your workouts. Personal trainers are degreed or possess national certification by accredited organizations including American Council on Exercise, National Strength and Conditioning Association and National Academy of Sports Medicine. Our trainers also specialize in improving sports performance and working with people with physical challenges. Non member rates available. PSS&WC

Contact Kathy Wasicki, kwasicki@heparks.org. session private semi-private

1 $55 $80 for 2 people 3 $162 N/A 5 $265 $380 for 2 people 10 $500 $720 Triphahn or Willow

session private semi-private

1 $50 3 $149 5 $240 10 $460

$75 for 2 people N/A $350 for 2 people $670 for 2 people

Pilates Training

Glenna Gineris, 847-285-5418, ggineris@heparks.org

Individualized Pilates equipment training with a certified Pilates Instructor. Each session incorporates a variety of movements designed to lengthen, strengthen and tone muscles, while developing core strength and balance. Participants work on the Reformer and Ladder Barrel. Basic mat work will also be incorporated into each workout. Non member rates available. PSS&WC session private semi-private 1 $65 $80 for 2 people 3 $186 $216 for 2 people 5 $295 $340 for 2 people 10 $570 $640 for 2 people

Mission Nutrition (11-17 years — PSS&WC)

Looking to empower your pre-teens and teens with healthier eating habits that will last a lifetime? Partner up with your teen for this great workshop series led by Registered Dietitian Amy Daum and learn about getting the most out of each food group, healthier snacks and beverages, and healthier choices when eating away from home. Contact Kathy Wasicki, kwasicki@heparks.org. (11-12 years) TH 6:00P-7:00P 4/4-4/18 $39 / $59 (13-17 years) TH 7:00P-8:00P 4/4-4/18 $39/$59

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Nutrition Consultation Kathy Wasicki, 847-285-5416, kwasicki@heparks.org

Have your current diet analyzed and consult with a registered dietitian for suggestions on how to meet your nutritional goals. Initial visit is one hour with optional ½ hour follow up visits available. Non resident rates available. PSS&WC 1 hour consultation ½ hour follow-up 5 30 min. follow-up 1 hour consultation +

$75 $45 $200 ½ hour follow-up $115

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Weight-No-More (18 + years — PSS&WC) Are you frustrated in your weight loss attempts? Well, “Weight-No-More”! PSS&WC registered dietician, Amy Daum, will lead this support group aimed at helping you reach your weight loss goals. Weekly meetings will include weigh ins, group discussions, and will educate you in proper goal setting, lifestyle changes, behavior modification techniques, smart shopping, and more. Experience the difference an interactive group makes in providing accountability, motivation, and support! Included are two 30 minute private sessions with the dietitian. Contact Kathy Wasicki, kwasicki@heparks.org. TU 7:00P-8:00P 4/2-5/21 $110 / $117 220211-A SA 11:00A-12:00P 4/6-5/25 $110 / $117 220211-B

Weight Loss Challenge This 12 week program provides: proper nutrition coaching, meal replacement options, encouragement to exercise, group support, metabolism and body composition test. Each week participants will weigh-in and consult with coaches. Topics include: protein, carbohydrates, water and digestion, vitamins, dining out, exercise, sugar, healthy oils and more. Each person receives personalized coaching. Prize money will be paid out by check after 12 weeks. Specific rules will be in place to keep everyone consistent. For Triphahn contact jclark@heparks. org and Willow dalbig@heparks.org. (18 + years — Triphahn) TU 6:30P-7:30P 4/2-6/18 $50 / $55 (18 + years — Willow) TH 6:30P-7:30P 4/4-6/20 $50 / $55

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Losing Weight Safely Experts agree that it’s safe and healthy to lose about 1-2 pounds per week. You can do this by reducing the amount of calories you eat by 500 calories per day. For hidden calories, watch what you drink. Those convenient bottles of soda, juice and tea may contain more calories than you think. Read the labels and pay attention to the number of servings and the calories.

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Triphahn contact Jenny, jclark@heparks.org Willow contact Deb, dalbig@heparks.org

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Group Fitness

PSS&WC Fitness Supervisor Kathy Wasicki, 847–285–5416, kwasicki@heparks.org / Willow Fitness Supervisor Deb Albig, 847-285-5442, dalbig@heparks.org / Triphahn Fitness Supervisor Jenny Cla

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Running Training (18 + years — PSS&WC)

BRAVO Boot Camp (18 + years — PSS&WC)

Challenge yourself to run a half (13.1 miles) or full marathon (26.2 miles). The basebuilding session (A) will take you to the level you need to be at to confidently take on the training for either the half or full marathon. This 7 week session will help you build the endurance you need to move right into the 18 week half or full marathon training program. All sessions will meet on Tuesdays at 5:45pm and Saturdays at 7:00am. The length of the sessions will get progressively longer over the course of the 18 weeks. The program will culminate in running a race together. Cost of the race is not included in the program registration fee. All running training programs are free to Prairie Dog Multi-Sport Club members. Mrg. Wasicki

Step outside your comfort zone! Push yourself past the same old dull routine and watch yourself accomplish things you never thought possible! Each workout is designed to challenge all fitness levels with a mix of strength and cardiovascular exercises. Workouts consist of push-ups, sit ups, pull ups, squats, running/walking and a variety of exercises to increase endurance, power and strength while having fun! Winter sessions are held inside PSS&WC with spring, summer and fall sessions held outside. This is a positive, encouraging, team environment where everyone works together and no one is left behind. Feel free to register for either a 5 day/week or 3 day/week option. PSS&WC members receive a significant discount with the program cost being only $31/month for 3 days per week, or $71/month f or 5 days per week. Mrg. Wasicki

TU,SA 5:45P-6:45P 4/2-5/18 $34 / $54 220404-A TU,SA 5:45P-6:45P 5/21-9/21 $69 / $89 220404-B TU,SA 5:45P-6:45P 5/21-9/21 $118 / $138

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Team Combat (18 + years -years PSS&WC)

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Motivating group boot camp class that will help you reach your weight loss goals. Meet weekly with your Drill Sergeant (Personal Trainer). Weekly weigh-ins help keep you accountable. Mrg. Wasicki W 6:00A-7:00A 4/03-5/22 $65 / $75 TH 6:00P-7:00P 4/4-5/23 $65 / $75 SU 8:30A-9:30A 4/7-5/26 $65 / $75

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Couch to 5K (18 + years — PSS&WC) Train to run a 5K (3.1 Miles)! 8 week training program that culminates in a 5K race! On Tuesdays we will meet at 5:30pm and on Sundays we will meet at 8:00am. Mrg. Wasicki

M-F 6:00A-7:00A 4/1-4/30 $244 / $271 220409-A M-F 6:00A-7:00A 5/1-5/31 $244 / $271 220409-B M-F 6:00A-7:00A 4/1-5/31 $488 / $542 220409-C M,W,F 6:00A-7:00A 4/1-4/29 $136 / $151 220409-D M,W,F 6:00A-7:00A 5/1-5/31 $136 / $151 220409-E M,W,F 6:00A-7:00A 4/1-5/31 $272 / $302 220409-F

Fitness Boot Camp (16 + years) Fitness boot camp is specifically designed to integrate tough workouts with the support and motivation of a team. This class offers core strengthening and cardio fat blast challenges designed to build endurance and burn calories. Each week is progressively more challenging.

(Triphahn) Mgr. Clark TU 5:30P-6:30P 4/2-5/25 $74 / $94 220426-A M,W 6:00P-7:00P 4/1-4/24 $56 / $62 223026-A SU 8:00A-9:00P M,W 6:00P-7:00P 4/29-5/22 $56 / $62 223026-B Bridal Boot Camp (16 + years — PSS&WC) (Willow) Mgr. Albig A new high-energy fitness course designed just for M,W 7:00P-8:00P 4/1-5/29 $102 / $112 224026-A

brides, grooms and other bridal party members. Through cardiovascular conditioning and strength training, this eight-week course helps brides-to-be get in great shape and gain the energy they need to get through those last minute details. Exercise is the perfect way to reduce the stress that comes with planning a wedding. Bridal Boot Camp is safe for all fitness levels; sign up your whole wedding party and get fit together! Mrg. Wasicki SA 10:30A-11:30A 4/6-5/25 $49 / $69 220462-A

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Walk Live (16 + years — Vogelei) Join us for Leslie Sansone’s WALK live program! Each class is a muscle-moving calorie-torching, posture perfecting, health-enhancing workout. Walk routines that are a brisk aerobic workout and strength exercises with full range of motion movements that improves full body flexibility. Please bring 1-3 lb hand weights. Mgr. Albig W 7:00P-8:00P 4/3-5/22 $72 / $79 SA 8:00A-9:00A 4/6-5/25 $72 / $79

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Women of Steel (18 + years — Triphahn) Are you ready to move beyond your normal routine? Learn the benefits of weight training. Our trainer will teach you how to effectively tone each body part using resistance training. Learn safe, effective exercises and have fun with a small group focusing on the goals of women who want to be toned. Class is taught by a certified Personal Trainer. Register early-the maximum is 10 participants per class. Mgr. Clark M,W 5:00P-6:00P 4/1-4/24 $56 / $62 223027-A M,W 5:00P-6:00P 4/29-5/22 $56 / $62 223027-B

Zumba (16 + years) Zumba, Salsa and Tango. Cha-cha for fun and Meringue yourself to a new you! Moves can be modified for tender backs or knees. Bring lots of water and good support shoes. Zumba has been documented to burn anywhere from 600-1000 calories. Guaranteed to glow and have fun! (Vogelei) Mgr. Albig M 7:00P-8:00P 4/1-5/20 TH 7:30P-8:30P 4/4-5/23 SA 9:15A-10:15A 4/6-5/25 (Willow) Mgr. Albig ITU 7:00P-8:00P 4/2-5/21 TH 7:00P-8:00P 4/4-5/23 (Triphahn) Mgr. Clark W 9:30A-10:30A 4/3-5/22

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Total Fitness Workout (14 + years — Willow)

Get fit, be healthy, lose weight and feel great. You can do it all in this dynamic cardiovascular workout that combines the energy of high/ low-impact aerobics, the intensity of interval training and the fat-burning benefits of step aerobics. Variety and creativity make this class challenging and fun and the exercises and steps can be modified to accommodate all fitness levels. Stretching is done to improve flexibility. Tubing, rubber bands and steps are provided. Please bring weights (3-8 lbs.) Pay at the door, $6.50 per class. Mgr. Albig TU,TH 5:30P-6:45P 4/2-5/23 $102 / $112 224015-A SA 8:30A-9:45A 4/6-5/25 $51 / $56 224015-B


ark, 847-781-3643, jclark@heparks.org

Yoga (14+ years — South Barrington P.D.)

Pilates (16 + years — Willow)

KickBox (14 + years — Willow)

Learn to manage stress through the art of relaxation. Hatha Yoga teaches you how to relax using various postures and breathing exercises that increase the body’s strength, flexibility and tone. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring a towel or mat. This class will be held at the South Barrington Park District, off of Barrington Rd. at 3 Tennis Club Lane. You must complete Level I before enrolling in a Level II class. Instructor: Kathy Czach, RYTE500 Class will not meet on: 5/27.

Strengthen your core muscles and improve your flexibility, balance and posture through this safe and effective exercise program. Pilates’ non-impact mat work allows people of all ages, genders and fitness levels to tone and shape their bodies. You’ll love the way you look and feel. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat and a small towel. Mgr.Albig

Burn fat and build muscle in this high-energy, cardio-kickboxing course. Jabs, punches and kicks are combined to give participants a fullbody, cardiovascular workout. (This is not a martial arts program.) Mgr.Albig

Level 1 TU 7:00P-8:30P 5/14-6/25 $77 / $85 223013-B F 10:00A-11:30A 5/17-6/28 $77 / $85 223013-D Level 2 M 7:00P-8:30P 5/13-6/24 $66 / $73 223013-A TH 10:00A-11:30A 5/16-6/27 $77 / $85 223013-C

PIYO (16 + years — Willow)

TH 7:00P-7:45P 4/4-5/23 $64 / $72

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Teen Weight Training (11-15 years — Willow)

Join our Zumba / Bolly dance fitness class! This class is an energetic mix of Zumba moves, Bollywood and Hip Hop styles. This class will feature all your hip shaking Latin favorites plus the sultry sounds of Bollywood. Come get fit and fabulous all while having fun! Mgr.Clark

Set goals and stay motivated to achieve them in this after-school program. Our personal trainer will help you develop a sport-specific training program to put you on top of your game or a general program to improve overall fitness. Core fitness is established first in this ongoing course and changes are made in individuals’ programs as they progress. The class is motivating, fun and slightly different each week. Limited memberships and open workout times are available for teens in this program. Mgr.Albig

TU 8:00P-9:00P 4/2-5/21 $72 / $79

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The Key to Healthier Snacks

The key to healthier snacking is to plan ahead. Keep items like grab and go fruits (apples, bananas, oranges, and tangerines), granola bars, and half ounce portions of unsalted nuts or seeds on hand when hunger strikes. For additional, healthy snack ideas for adults, kids, and teens, check out these tip sheets from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. eatright.org/ nutritiontipsheets/. -- Amy Daum, Registered Dietitian, PSS&WC

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Unlimited Group Fitness Classes PSS&WC offers many FREE group fitness classes to members for a total workout in a fun and energizing environment. Classes focus on cardiovascular training, strength training, stretching and endurance. To view the Group Fitness schedule, visit prairiestonesports.com

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PIYO is a strength fusion class, combining Pilates and Yoga. This is a great way to challenge strength, balance and emphasize the athleticism of Pilates and Yoga. Strength Fusion is appropriate for all levels of fitness but ideal for those looking for additional challenge. Mgr. Albig

SA 7:30A-8:30A 4/6-5/25 $64 / $72 TU 8:15P-9:15P 4/2-5/21 $64 / $72 TH 8:15P-9:15P 4/4-5/23 $64 / $72

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As a member you will find more than just a place to exercise. In addition to the multipurpose design of the facility, which boasts a variety of fitness options, our team of dedicated fitness professionals is committed to helping you achieve your health and wellness goals no matter what your pursuit may be. Our diverse selection of state-of-the art fitness equipment and innovative group exercise classes, as well as an indoor walking track, multiple gymnasiums, climbing wall, aquatics center and indoor tennis courts provide ample ways to quench your fitness craving. Membership to PSS&WC also includes access to Willow and Triphahn Fitness Centers. Call 847–285–5400 or visit our website prairiestonesports.com for a full list of services or to schedule an appointment.

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DAILY HOURS

Monday–Thursday 5:00A–Midnight Friday 5:00A–11:00P Saturday & Sunday 6:00A–10:00P

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5050 Sedge Boulevard Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60192

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MEMBER SERVICES

847-285-5400 Ann Dimucci, adimucci@heparks.org Eddy Hernandez, ehernandez@heparks.org Shelley Knapp, sknapp@heparks.org

FITNESS MEMBERSHIP Unlimited use of cardiovascular and strength training equipment, health & fitness center, gymnasiums, indoor track and participation in all group fitness classes. Unlimited use of club locker rooms that include complimentary towels, amenities, private showers and steam room. Free use of climbing wall during open climb. Complimentary childcare within Kids Korner (limited to 2 hours per child per day). Complimentary access for children ages 13 years of age and under to the activity pool and gymnasiums (with parental supervision), as well as visits to the Kids Korner.

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Available for individuals, families, students, seniors and senior families. For current pricing, please call 847–285–5400.

OPTIMAL WELLNESS MEMBERSHIP This three month membership is designed for high risk and post rehabilitative clientele. These members benefit from an individualized fitness plan and one-on-one attention from our personal training team. Referrals must be provided by an affiliated health care professional.

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP Corporations with five or more members receive discounted rates based on the number of employees who join.

The Prairie Dogs Multisport Club provides a supportive community within Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center for runners, cyclists, swimmers, duathletes and triathletes. The club meets for weekly workouts and monthly meetings. Special events include swim stroke analysis, Pilates, yoga and strength training for triathletes, endurance Spinning and running clinics. Come train, race, share experiences and celebrate achievements with this enthusiastic group of all fitness levels. For more information on the upcoming events or on the Prairie Dogs Multisport Club please contact Kathy Wasicki, 847–285–5416, kwasicki@heparks.org.

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Racquetball Court

Monday–Friday 9:00A–5:00P $7 Monday–Friday 5:30P–10:00P $9 Saturday 6:00A–5:00P $9 Saturday 5:30P–7:00P $7 Sunday 7:00A–5:00P $9

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Library

Browse the vast selection of books at the Palatine Public Library’s North Hoffman Branch. Open, Monday thru Friday 11:00A–7:00P and Saturdays 9:00A–3:00P.

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The best place in Hoffman Estates for inline skating and skateboarding. The 11,000 sq. ft. park features platforms and ramps. This is an unsupervised park; helmets are mandatory. Open Daily Sunrise–Sunset. FREE!

Fitness Center

Monday–Friday 6:00A–10:00P Saturday 6:00A–7:00P Sunday 7:00A–5:00P - - - Summer Hours begin 5/25 - - Saturday 6:00A–5:00P Sunday 7:00A–2:00P - - - - Special Holiday Hours - - - March 31 Closed May 27 7:00A–1:00P FITNESS MEMBERSHIP Monthy membership as low as $14 per month. Includes use of fitness room, locker rooms and members only basketball. Complimentary equipment orientation by a personal trainer. The minimum age for Willow membership is 16 years. 13–16 year olds may purchase a membership and use the facility only when accompanied by an adult member. Contact Deb Albig, dalbig@heparks.org

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CORPORATE MEMBERSHIPS Groups of 5+ colleagues can join at special discounted membership.


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Fitness Center

Monday–Saturday 5:15A–10:30P Sunday 6:00A–10:30P - - - Summer Hours begin 5/25 - - Saturday 5:15A–8:00P Sunday 6:00A–8:00P - - - - Special Holiday Hours - - - March 31 Closed MAY 27 7:00A–1:00P FITNESS MEMBERSHIP Monthy Membership as low as $17 per month. Members have unlimited use of the fitness room, indoor running track, locker rooms, whirlpool and sauna. Equipment orientation is available. Supervised memberships are available for ages 13–15. Student members must be 16 years. Contact Jenny Clark, jclark@heparks.org

The Scott R. Triphahn Community Center & Ice Arena is open daily and home to the Park District’s administrative offices, two NHL size ice surfaces, the Chicago Wolves hockey team, a fitness center and indoor track, specialty fitness classes (p.28-29 ), dance studio, NAEYC accredited preschool (p.22 ), a 50+ center (p.6-7 ), gymnasium, gymnastics shelf (p.12 ) and party or meeting rooms for rent. There’s always something going on at the Triphahn Center, where we offer programs and special events for all ages and ability levels in figure skating (p.36) and ice hockey (p.34 ), as well as numerous athletic and recreational programs.

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Public Skate Hours

Subject to change, visit heparks.org Mon. Wed. Fri. 12:30–2:00P Friday 7:20P–8:40P Saturday 7:20P–8:40P Sunday 3:15P–4:45P

Public Skate Rates

public skate calendar at heparks.org Child $6 / $7 Adult $8 / $9 Skate Rental $5

Hockey Adult Daily Hours

Monday-Friday 12:30P–3:00P Saturday 6:15A–7:50A Sunday Nights Contact Randy Jordan, 847-285-5501 or rjordan@heparks.

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Hockey Adult Daily Rates Visit heparks.org for calendar. $10 / per visit $80 / 10 visits

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIPS Groups of 5+ colleagues can join at special discounted corporate membership rates.

HEALTH & FITNESS


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Junior Wolf Pack

Wolf Pack Development Wolf Pack Hockey

Junior Wolf Pack (3–8 years — Triphahn)

Wolf Pack Development

Randy Jordan, 847-285-5501, rjordan@heparks.org

This two day a week program is to get the new skater familiarized with getting up and down on skates. Learning to work edges by marching, gliding etc. up to the beginning of striding for skating. Much time is given to doing drills that encourage free movement and motion that teaches skills while children are having fun and are unaware they are actually learning. Bike helmet and ski gloves (or similar) required. This is a skating only class. Plastic sticks may be introduced at the end of the session. No class May 10, 11, 12. Mgr. Jordan M,F 5:30P-6:20P

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$120 / $130 222460-A

Randy Jordan, 847-285-5501, rjordan@heparks.org

(5–15 years — Triphahn)

This very successful two day a week program is ideal for athletes with minimal experience on skates and those younger that have progressed from the starter program. Although the focus in this program is to learn to execute the important Sumo elements of skating, it also includes training in stick work and small games etc. The goal is to prepare players to advance to adding the 3 on 3 Sunday House League games to the next stage of progression. Equipment is available up to certain sizes. No class May 10, 11, 12. Mgr. Jordan TU 5:30P-6:30P

4/2-6/1

$140 / $150 222469-A

4/2-6/1

$140 / $150 222469-B

SA 2:30P-3:20P W 5:30P-6:30P SA 3:30P-4:20P

The Hockey Development Program encompasses three categories designed to take the new player from learning to stand up on skates to, over time, being able to play on a competitive team. We offer two days a week for a very competitive price believing that skating is one of the most difficult sport exercises to learn and master and needs frequent practice to really begin to enjoy and progress. However if you have to miss a day, no problem! The Curriculum is designed to enable students to progress at their own speed. It is always recommended to have a child try a public skate first to ensure they are ready to focus on the process of learning to skate. Contact Randy Jordan, Assistant GM/Hockey Director, for more information on these excellent classes at 847–285–5501 or rjordan@heparks.org.

The Wolf Pack Hockey Club creates programs designed to give passionate players tools to enjoy playing hockey to their fullest ability. Comprehensive “Sumo” 5 skill training and 3 on 3 in house league NWHL games and Comprehensive “Sumo” 5 skill training Full travel NIHL team games and comprehensive "SUMO" 5 skill training Please see wolfpackhockeyclub.org.

Wolf Pack 3x3 (5–15 years) This cross ice game program has universally become the way top programs through to pro learn to play the game. A smaller area encourages more touches, shots, edge work, etc. in a competitive environment. A great way to learn hockey before taking the final step, moving to playing full ice Wolf Pack team hockey. No class May 10, 11, 12. Mgr. Jordan SU 2:00P–3:10P

4/7-6/2

$120 / $130 222464-A

Adult Hockey

Supervisor Chris Evans, 847-285-5429, cevans@heparks.org

Adult Hockey Clinic (18 + years — Triphahn)

This class is designed for adults interested in starting and enhancing the 5 skills that make the game more enjoyable to play. No class May 10, 11, 12. May 26 and June 2 class will be 6:00P-7:30P. Mgr. Jordan SU 8:40P-10:10P 4/7-6/2

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for schedule of Drop-in Hockey times

847–885–7500 register online heparks.org

Learn the “SUMO” way!

Randy Jordan, 847-285-5501, rjordan@heparks.org

ICE PROGRAMS


Junior Ice Academy

Basic Ice Academy

Freestyle Ice Academy

Jr. Ice Academy Parent Tot (3-7 years)

Basic 1 (6+ years)

Freestyle 1-3 (6+ years)

Perfect for new skaters who are learning to skate and want to learn with a parent.

For the skater who has never had formal lessons. Learn the proper way to fall and stand up, forward marching, forward swizzles, backward wiggles and beginning stopping.

Jennifer Dooley, 847-781-3642, jdooley@heparks.org

M,F 5:00P-5:30P 4/1-5/31 $130 / $140 222010-A SA 9:40A-10:10A 4/6-6/1 $65 / $70 222010-B

Jr. Ice Academy Tot 1 (3-7 years) This is for the first time skater. Learn how to stand up in skates off the ice, then sit and stand up on the ice, marching and gliding. M,F 5:00P-5:30P 4/1-5/31 $130 / $140 222001-A SA 9:40A-10:10A 4/6-6/1 $65 / $70 222001-B

Jr. Ice Academy Tot 2 (3-7 years) Pre-requisite Snowplow Sam 1. Learn how to stand up in skates off the ice, then sit and stand up on the ice, marching and gliding.

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M,F 5:00P-5:30P 4/1-5/31 $130 / $140 222202-A SA 9:40A-10:10A 4/6-6/1 $65 / $70 222002-B

Jennifer Dooley, 847-781-3642, jdooley@heparks.org

SA 10:50A-11:30A 4/6-6/1 $160 / $170 222015-A M 5:30P-6:15P 4/1-6/3 $160 / $170 222015-B F 5:45P-6:30P 4/5-5/31 $160 / $170 222015-C

Basic 2 (6+ years) Forward and backward skating, two foot turns, moving snowplow stop and alternating forward pumps. SA 10:50A-11:30A 4/6-6/1 $160 / $170 222016-A M 5:30P-6:15P 4/1-6/3 $160 / $170 222016-B F 5:45P-6:30P 4/5-5/31 $160 / $170 222016-C

Basic 3 (6+ years)

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Jr. Ice Academy Tot 3 (3-7 years)

Forward stroking, forward pumps, backward and forward glides, slaloms and beginning two foot spins.

Forward skating, one foot glides, curve forward, backward wiggles, forward two foot swizzles and dips moving.

SA 10:50A-11:30A 4/6-6/1 $160 / $170 222017-A M 5:30P-6:15P 4/1-6/3 $160 / $170 222017-B F 5:45P-6:30P 4/5-5/31 $160 / $170 222017-C

M,F 5:00P-5:30P 4/1-5/31 $130 / $140 222003-A SA 9:40A-10:10A 4/6-6/1 $65 / $70 222003-B

SKATE RENTAL NOT INCLUDED IN CLASS FEE, BUT ARE AVAILABLE FOR RENT.

Basic 4 (6+ years) Forward outside and inside edges on a circle, forward outside turns, backward pumps, backward stroking and backward stopping. SA 10:50A-11:30A 4/6-6/1 $160 / $170 222018-A M 5:30P-6:15P 4/1-6/3 $160 / $170 222018-B F 5:45P-6:30P 4/5-5/31 $160 / $170 222018-C

Jennifer Dooley, 847-781-3642, jdooley@heparks.org

Freestyle 1- This class has a Pre-requisite of Basic 8. Skating skills taught include advanced forward stroking, consecutive outside and inside edges, backward outside turns, scratch spins, waltz jump, half flip jumps.

Freestyle 2-

Skating skills include consecutive backward outside and inside edges, forward spirals on edges, waltz threes and beginning back spin waltz jump sequence. Freestyle 3- Skating skills include waltz eight, forward swing rolls, backward inside turns, backspin, Salchow, half lutz and combo jump. SA 9:15A-10:15A 4/6-6/1 $230 / $240 222039-A F 6:30P-7:30P 4/5-5/31 $230 / $240 222039-B

Freestyle 4-6 (6+ years)

Freestyle 4- Skating skills include spiral sequences, forward power 3 turns, sit spin, loop jump, waltz jump/loop combination. Freestyle 5- Skating skills taught include step sequences spiral sequences, camel spin, Front scratch to back scratch, loop combo, flip, waltz jump sequence. Freestyle 6- Skating skills include alternating back crossovers, Mohawk sequence, camel sit/ spin, split/stag jump, waltz jump, Lutz jump, axel walk through prep, jump. SA 9:15A-10:15A 4/6-6/1 $230 / $240 222040-A F 6:30P-7:30P 4/5-5/31 $230 / $240 222040-B

Basic 5 (6+ years) Backward outside and inside edges, backward crossovers, beginning one foot spin, hockey stop and side toe hops. SA 10:50A-11:30A 4/6-6/1 $160 / $170 222019-A M 5:30P-6:15P 4/1-6/3 $160 / $170 222019-B F 5:45P-6:30P 4/5-5/31 $160 / $170 222019-C

Basic 6(6+ years)

No Class May 10, 11, 12

for schedule of Drop-in Hockey times

ICE PROGRAMS

Standstill inside turns, backward two foot turns, t–stop, bunny hops, forward spirals, forward lunges. SA 10:50A-11:30A 4/6-6/1 $160 / $170 222020-A M 5:30P-6:15P 4/1-6/3 $160 / $170 222020-B F 5:45P-6:30P 4/5-5/31 $160 / $170 222020-C

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Just for Fun

Climbing Lessons

Jody Dodson, jdodson@heparks.org / Deb Albig, dalbig@heparks.org / Katie Jones, kjones@heparks.org

Supervisor Katie Jones, kjones@heparks.org

Parents Night Off

Skateboard Lessons

Take a night off and spend some time to yourself while your kids have a blast at Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center. Kids will be split up into groups where they will participate in age appropriate activities including games, crafts, active gym games, climbing wall (5+), pizza dinner and a movie. PSS&WC Members receive a preferred rate of $29 for the first child and $16 for each additional child. Mgr. Jones

Get in on the fun! This class is for beginners and intermediate skaters. Participants should bring something to drink, Skateboard and helmet. Knee, elbow and wrist guards are strongly encouraged. Beginners will learn how to start, stop, drop in, ollies, basic ramp riding, balance and tricks. Intermediate riders are taught skills & tricks based on their abilities. Maximum of 10 participants per session. Mgr. Albig

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SU 11:00A-12:00P 4/14-5/19 $60 / $66 225010-A SU 11:00A-12:30P 4/14-5/19 $90 / $99 225010-B

(1 and walking-12 years — PSS&WC)

4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P 4:30P-8:30P

4/20 4/20 5/18 5/18

$29 / $34 $16 / $18 $29 / $34 $16 / $18

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Magic Class (6-13 years — Triphahn)

4:00P-4:55P 4/12

$20 / $22 227425-A

Balloon Making (6-13 years — Triphahn) Did you ever want to learn how to make those cool balloon animals that you see at parties? Well now you can. With just a little practice, children will learn the techniques needed to take a plain balloon and transform it into a fascinating balloon animal creation (like dogs, butterflies, swords, etc). At the end of the class children will get to take home all of the things that they made. This class isn’t just for the kids. Parents are more than welcome to join their children in the class (at no extra charge.) Mgr. Dodson W 6:00P-7:15P 4/24

$25 / $27 227425-B

Wedding Dance (16 + years — Vogelei) This is the perfect class for anyone with any type of upcoming social engagement. You will be prepared to dance to any type of music, such as: Live Rock Band, Top 40, Latin, or Big Band. This class will introduce you to the Waltz, Cha Cha and Swing dances. Couples are recommended. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Couples will not rotate partners. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Mgr. Dodson W 7:30P-9:00P 5/8-5/22 $40 / $44 225226-A

Glitzy Girlz Mother/Daughter Best Friend Boutique (3-11 years — Triphahn) Join Glitzy Girlz with your daughter’s and celebrate this month of honoring mom. This class brings the unique bond of mother/daughter and signifies it in beautiful pieces of jewelry to have forever. Each couple will design their own necklaces and bracelets and exchange with one another. The unique item included is a Best Friends charm dangle broken into two halves giving a piece to each individual. Our beautiful selection of fire polished crystals, pattern glass beads, silver accents and unique charms accompany jewelry choices. A special treat is provided to end class. Mgr. Dodson M 6:00P-7:15P 5/6

$26 / $29 225053-A

In this class, kids will be introduced to the exciting sport of indoor rock climbing. They will learn basic climbing techniques and how to use the wall safely. This class is created specifically for children and will utilize fun and energetic climbing games to allow your child to rise to new heights. Mgr. Jones 5-10 years W 6:30P-7:30P W 6:30P-7:30P 11-15 years W 7:30P-8:30P W 7:30P-8:30P

4/3-4/24 $34 / $39 220524-A 5/1-5/22 $34 / $39 220524-B 4/3-4/24 $34 / $39 220524-C 5/1-5/22 $34 / $39 220524-D

Belay Certification Receive personal instruction that includes proper belaying techniques, safety guidelines and other climbing fundamentals that will qualify you to climb independently or to belay for others (additional fee required). Must be able to demonstrate all techniques and pass instructor’s criteria to become certified. Contact Katie Jones, kjones@heparks.org. $25

OPEN CLIMB PSS&WC FEES

PSS&WC Members (14+) FREE Children ages 5-13 and non-members are Children develop hand-eye coordination, rhythm welcome to climb for a $5 fee during open and self-confidence as they master various twirling climb hours. and pom skills. This course includes baton/poms instruction basics and routines. The program will HOURS conclude with a recital, date to be announced by Monday 6:00pm–8:00pm instructor. In addition to class fees, participants Saturday 10:00am–12:00pm are responsible for a small fee for the recital Thursday (16+ years only) 6:00pm–8:00pm costumes. Please wear dance leotards, tights and tennis shoes to each class. Batons are available for purchase through the instructor on the first day of class. Class will not meet on: 5/26. Mgr. Dodson

Pom & Baton Class (4-18 years — Willow)

(4-6 years) M 6:30P-7:00P 4/1-5/20 $46 / $51 (7-10 years) M 7:00P-7:30P 4/1-5/20 $46 / $51 (10+ years) M 7:30P-8:00P 4/1-5/20 $46 / $51 Competetive Baton (7+ years) SU 1:00P-3:00P 4/7-6/2 $92 / $101

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You can fool your family and amaze your friends after learning fascinating tricks from a professional magician! Class covers card tricks, rope tricks, coin tricks, mind reading and more. Each child will receive a magic kit to take home. Within each class, participants will be separated into age groups. Sign up for a class each session. New magic tricks are taught every class! Mgr. Dodson F

Rock Hoppers Jr. (11-14 years — PSS&WC)

(8-13 years — Willow)

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JUST FOR FUN


First class par ks!

Disc Golf

Football Field

Bike Trail

Restrooms

Soccer Field

Basketball Court

Dog Park

Horseshoes

Path / Track

Shelter

Splash Pad

Cricket

Fishing

Lake

Pickleball Court

Skate Park

Tennis Court

Cross Country Ski Trail

Fitness

Lawn Bowling

Playground

Sled Hill

Volleyball Court

Armstrong Park

Field Park

Princeton Pond

1320 Kingsdale

410 Durham Lane

Ivy Ridge Drive

Beacon Point Park

Golf Road Nature Area

Rohrssen Park

corner of Essex Drive & Beacon Point

Beacon Point Wetlands Park Chatham Drive

Birch Park 1500 Essex Drive

Black Bear Park 1784 Essex

Bode-Salem Playground corner of Bode and Salem Road

Brittany Park 1245 West New Britton Drive

Cannon Crossings

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Baseball / Softball Field

1675 Nicholson Drive

Canterbury Fields Park 1950 Maureen Drive

Canterbury Park Place 6150 Russell Drive

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Charlemagne Park 3799 Bordeaux

Chestnut Park 935 North Dovington Drive

Chino Park 630 Illinois Boulevard

Cipri Park Harbor Circle

Colony Nature Area 5097 Chambers

Colony Park 5097 Kingston Drive

Community Park 925 Grand Canyon Parkway

Cottonwood Park 2029 East Parkview Circle

Douglas Park 3694 Whispering Trail Drive

Eisenhower Park 864 Rosedale Road

Essex Park Essex Drive

Evergreen Park 600 Washington Boulevard

Fairview Park 341 Arizona Boulevard

PARKS

High Point Park 1704 Glenlake Road

Highland Park 1755 Highland Boulevard

Hoffman Park 290 Glendale Lane

Hunters Ridge Basin 5694 Red Oak Drive

Hunter’s Ridge Wetlands corner of Hunters Ridge Drive & Foxpath Lane

Hunters Ridge Park 1305 East Hunters Ridge

Huntington Park 4009 Huntington Boulevard

Kingston Park 5094 Kingston Drive

Lincoln Park 1993 Dogwood Drive

Locust Park 345 Frederick Lane

Lombardy Park 1535 Westbury Drive

Maple Park 105 Illinois Boulevard

Meadow Park 3830 Whispering Trail Drive

North Greenway Park 1075 Westbury Drive

North Ridge Park 1370 Sturbridge Drive

North Twin Park 950 Hassel Road

Oak Park 1700 Abbeywood Lane

Olmstead Park 4500 Olmstead Drive

Pebble Park 1855 Westbury Drive

Pine Park 750 Charleston

Poplar Park 1901 Hassell Road

Princeton Park 5400 McDonough Road

Rohrssen Rd between McDonough Rd & Fox Path Ln

Seminole Park 3914 Whispering Trail

Sheffield Park 1000 Walnut

Shoe Factory Basin corner of Shoe Factory Road & Ivy Ridge Drive

Sloan Park 760 Western Street

South Ridge Park 1450 Freeman Road

South Twin Park 985 Hassell Road

Sundance Park 4485 Sundance Circle

Sycamore Park 450 Hillcrest Boulevard

Tall Oaks Park 5670 Angouleme Lane

Thornbark Park 4475 Thornbark Drive

Tropicana Park 680 Audubon Drive

Triangle Park Between Shoe Factory and Essex

Valley Park 850 Park Lane

Victoria Park 1100 Kingsdale

Vogelei Park 650 West Higgins Road

Walnut Pond 23 Airdrie Court

Westbury Park 1075 Westbury Drive

Whispering Lake 3957 Whispering Trail

Willow Park 905 Norman Drive

Wilmington Park 1072 Wilmington Lane

Winding Trails Basin 11193 Mallard Lane


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at 3600 Lexington Drive (at Willow)

The Hoffman Estates Park District offers two open spaces for dogs to run off their leashes, with ample amenities for dogs and their best friends to enjoy the outdoors together. Bo’s Run is on the north side of Hoffman Estates at Willow Recreation Center and Freedom Run is located on the far west side at 6150 Russell Road, and is a park shared with the City of Elgin and the Streamwood Park District. For more information on park rules and membership, call 847–285–5440. Membership Fees Purchase your membership at Willow, PSS&WC, or Triphahn Center. Space is limited to a first come first serve basis. Documentation from your vet is required upon registration showing your dog is current with all vaccines including Rabies, Distemper, Para Influenza, Parvo Virus, Bordatella, Leptospirosis, and a current negative fecal test. (This is required by from The Cook County Department of Animal and Rabies Control.) Open daily, year round, these fully fenced off-leash parks offer dogs a dedicated open space to play while you sit and relax. Features include: small dog park area, agility equipment, dog water service, entrance holding areas, waste disposal bags, picnic tables and swipe-card entry.

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Open Daily Monday–Sunday 8:00A–Sunset Bo’s Run or Freedom Run Off Leash Park Membership Fees First Dog $49 / $69 Additional Dogs $15 / $20 Combination – Membership to Both Dog Parks First Dog $74 / $109 Additional Dogs $20 / $30

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VOGELEI PARK WAS DEVELOPED TO PROVIDE HANDS ON INTERACTIVE, LEARNING EXPERIENCES FOR ALL AGES IN A PREDOMINANTLY OUTDOOR SETTING. THE PROGRAMS AND EVENTS, PLAY AREAS AND EVEN THE LANDSCAPING HAVE BEEN DESIGNED TO PROVIDE VISITORS WITH AN ENRICHING SELECTION OF PASSIVE AND ACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES TO FOSTER AWARENESS OF OUR ENVIRONMENT AND HERITAGE.

Gardens, Splash Pad, Playground and Safety Town Teen Center

This positive and enriching environment is the perfect place for teens to relax, socialize, participate in self-directed activities and spend quality time with friends. Pool tables, computer access, ping pong and various activities are available everyday.

Outdoor Shelter & Stage

This beautiful shelter is the perfect setting for outdoor concerts, picnics and other special events. Throughout the summer, free children’s concerts frequent this stage. The shelter is available for rent.

Birds of Prey on Dsiplay

Hoffman Estates Park District and The Northern Illinois Raptor Center (TNIRC) are teaming up to bring exciting live raptor educational programming opportunities to Vogelei Park. TNIRC is a non profit organization which is committed to ensure health of raptors and the community we share. For more information on TNIRC, visit www.tnirc.org. For educational program opportunities, call 847–386–1818 or e-mail info@tnirc. org. Many of the birds of prey will soon be on display in the specially built “mews” at Vogelei Park, near the Safety Town.

Barn & Banquet Room

Available for any special event, this private, casual space features hardwood floors and accommodates groups of up to 130 people. Its setting, on the beautifully Park, makes it an ideal place for your next gathering. Rentals available contact Debbie Albig for more information, 847-285-5440.

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RENTALS

Parties, Meetings, Events & Park Rentals Visit heparks.org for more information.

Birthday Parties for Kids Climbing Wall Parties - At PSS&WC, Take your

birthday party to new heights on our 40 foot indoor climbing wall. Call Chad Lindstrom at 847–285–5401, email clindstrom@heparks.org. Indoor Pool Parties - Celebrate with a refreshing

swim in the indoor zero depth activity pool at PSS&WC. Get the best of both worlds with 90 minutes of indoor swimming and 90 minutes of rock wall climbing with the Combo Party. Parties are available Saturday and Sunday afternoons starting at 3:30P. Additional days and times are available upon request. Fees are based upon a 10 person minimum. Fees may vary based on space and rooms rented. Contact 847–285–5401 or clindstrom@heparks.org. Outdoor Pool Parties – Make a splash at your

next party at Seascape Family Aquatic Center by renting a Cabana, Party Tent or the entire pool for your big event. Contact Katie Jones, at 847–285–5408 or kjones@heparks.org. See also page 9. Gymnastics Parties - at Triphahn or Willow.

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Prices include goodie bags for each participant. Parents may bring their own food and beverages, 20 child maximum. For TC, jclark@ heparks.org or call 847-885-7500 or Willow dalbig@heparks.org, 847-285-5400 . Arts and Crafts Parties – Create something fun and

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different with an Arts and Crafts Party at Willow. Contact dalbig@heparks.org, 847-285-5400 . Skate Park Parties –An Extreme Sports

party is where it’s at with inline skating and skateboarding! Our 11,000 sq. ft. park features platforms and ramps. Helmets are mandatory for all. Contact Debbie Albig 847–285–5440 or dalbig@heparks.org. Ice Skating Party - Each ice skating party package

includes admission and skate rental for up to 25 people as well as use of our party room. Contact Jeff Doschadis at 847–781–3632 or jdoschadis@heparks.org. Jelly Bean Parties – Available at Triphahn, Willow

or, PSS&WC JBS Sports Party for age 4–12 years Party includes pizza, beverages, cake, Jelly Bean Sports’ invitations and decorations. call 847–695–8039 for more information. Dodge Ball Parties – For 7–12 years , your child

and 14 friends will enjoy one hour of gym time and one hour in the party room. Party includes pizza, beverages, cake, Jelly Bean Sports’ invitations and decorations. Call 847–695–8039 for more information. Athletic Parties – at Willow contact Debbie Albig

847–285–5440 or dalbig@heparks.org.

RENTALS

Business Meetings and Staff Team Building Events

Sports Team Practice Fields or Track Visit us online to download a rental

Meeting rooms up to 50 people and full or half gymnasiums (with equipment) may be rented at reasonable rates. Hourly rates are as low as $36. Rentals include tables and chairs, set-up and take-down. Alcohol is prohibited. Rental applications are available at the front desk at each facility and available online at heparks.org.

application form or stop by any of our facilities to pick one up. Groups with 75% resident players qualify for the residential group rate. Rates below based on a rental of 1 hour. Lighted Field Rates, this fee is in addition to the field rental fee per usage.

Weddings & Banquets

cevans@heparks.org or 847-285-5429.

Plan your entire event from ceremony to reception at our new outdoor event gazebo and remodeled banquet rooms at Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club. Contact Jennifer Fuller at jfuller@heparks.org or 847-781-3658. Schedule your wedding and/or photography session at one of our 69 beautiful parks. Our ponds, foliage and gardens are the perfect backdrop for your special day. See p.19.

Showers and Family Gatherings We have rooms for rent from small groups of 25 up to 150 at Triphahn Center, Willow Recreation Center and Vogelei Barn & Park. Rent a party room (kitchen available at Vogelei), gymnasium or meeting room for your special event. Contact Jenny Clark for Triphahn Center rentals at jclark@heparks.org or call 847-885-7500 or Debbie Albig for Willow Recreation Center or Vogelei Barn at dalbig@heparks.org or 847–285–5440.

Portable Climbing Wall Great for block parties and group events year round in the Hoffman Estates and surrounding area. Discounts are available for church and school groups. We can accommodate up to 3 climbers at one time. The layout of the wall is flexible in design to allow for simple climbing and advanced skills. Contact Chris Evans at cevans@heparks.org or 847–285–5429.

Overnight Lock-in - Your scouting troop or church can plan a fun night locked in at PSS&WC in the gym, enjoying basketball, volleyball and other sports or watch movies in our TV room. Included in the excitement is 90 minutes of swimming and rock wall climbing. Overnights are available Friday or Saturday evenings from 7:30P–7:00A. Adult chaperones must be provided. $21 / guest minimum of twenty (20) participants applies. Contact Chad Lindstrom at 847–285–5401 or clindstrom@heparks.org.

Cricket - Contact Chris Evans at Resident $50 / non-resident $70 Baseball / Softball - Contact Dru Steinhoff at

dsteinhoff@heparks.org or 847-781-3630. $35 resident / +$50 non-resident Lighted Field at Cannon Crossings, West Field Full — additional +$75 resident / +$85 non-resident Half— additional +$40 resident (Residents Only) Lighted Field at Cannon Crossings, East Field Full — additional +$50 resident / +$60 non-resident Half— additional +$25 resident (Residents Only) Soccer Fields – Contact Chris Evans at

cevans@heparks.org or 847-285-5429. $35 resident / +$50 non-resident Lighted Field at Cannon Crossings Field additional +$50 resident / +$60 non-resident Lighted Field at Cannon Crossings Field additional +$50 resident / +$60 non-resident Football Fields – Contact Dru Steinhoff at

dsteinhoff@heparks.org or 847-781-3630. $35 resident / +$50 non-resident Lighted Field at Cannon Crossings Field additional +$50 resident / +$60 non-resident Lighted Field at Cannon Crossings Field additional +$50 resident / +$60 non-resident

Park and Shelter Rentals - Enjoy our beautiful open air shelters located at various parks throughout Hoffman Estates. The Park District requires a completed Rental Form to reserve any park which can be picked up at the Triphahn Center or Willow. Shelters are available for rental at the following parks: Charlemagne, Evergreen, Field Park, High Point, Huntington, Olmstead, Valley, Victoria, Willow and Vogelei. Contact Carmella Floretto at cfioretto@heparks.org or 847–885-7500. Schedule your wedding and/or photography session at one of our 69 beautiful parks. Our ponds, foliage and gardens are the perfect backdrop for your special day.


More Convenient Kid Care

We understand what it’s like to have a sick kid. And we know that having to drive all the way downtown or to another location for care makes it that much harder. So we’re creating a place nearby for kids (and their parents) where our expert care is focused on healing and getting kids back home – where they belong. We currently offer: n Top pediatricians and over 60 pediatric specialists n A Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) n A special Emergency Room just for kids – CNEmergiKidssm n Center for Pediatric Brain n Advanced imaging technologies n The Autism Spectrum and Developmental Disorders Resource Center One phone number for all of your pediatric needs:

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Americans with Disabilities Act

The Hoffman Estates Park District is proud to be a member of Northwest Special Recreation Association (NWSRA). Throughout the northwest suburbs, NWSRA is the leader in providing outstanding recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. NWSRA’s team of full-time Therapeutic Recreation professionals and trained part-time staff offer a multitude of year-round program offerings including sports, camping, social programs and much more. Having fun, being included, making friends, learning new things and going new places are just a few of the benefits of NWSRA programs!

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The Hoffman Estates Park District complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which prohibits discrimination in the provision of programs, services, or activities to individuals with disabilities. We invite any residents with a special need to contact our staff upon registration, so that a smooth inclusion may occur. If you have questions about the park district’s policy regarding ADA, or believe you have been unfairly discriminated against in the provision of programs, services, or activities of the Hoffman Estates Park District, please contact Gary Buczkowski, at 847–310–3606. For the deaf or hearing impaired, please call the Illinois Relay Center Voice-only operator at 800–526–0857.

Cancellations

The Park District reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient registration or causes beyond its control. If a class is cancelled, we will make every effort to contact you by phone. In cases of extreme weather, cancellations will be posted at our information hot line at 847–285–5508 x1. Please call this number for weather related cancellations.

Transfer Policy

Inclusion assistance is provided by NWSRA to those individuals who wish to participate in their home park district program. When registering, the parent of an individual with a disability should inform the park district (and NWSRA, if desired) of any accommodation needed in order for the individual to successfully participate in the program. The park district staff will then contact NWSRA for assistance with the accommodation.

Transfers from one class to another, when space permits, can be made in person at Triphahn Center, Willow or PSS&WC by completing and signing our transfer form.

Refund Policy

Special Leisure Services Foundation, the fundraising arm of NWSRA, partners with public and private corporations, foundations and individuals to support and promote outstanding recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Throughout the year, the organization hosts a variety of fundraising events that help support accessible transportation, general programs, inclusion opportunities, the Kevin T. Kendrigan Memorial Scholarship program and NWSRA Lightning Athletes. For more information on NWSRA, brochures may be picked up at the park district main office or at the NWSRA office at Park Central, 3000 W. Central Road in Rolling Meadows. NWSRA may be contacted at 847/392-2848 (voice), 392-2855 (TTY) or 392-2870 (fax). Check out NWSRA and SLSF on the internet at www.nwsra.org or at www.facebook.com/nwsra.

In order to receive a refund, our office must receive your refund request at least 24 business hours in advance of the program start date. A $5 processing fee will be required for any refund requested prior to class start. After the start of class, no refunds will be issued, except as outlined in the Satisfaction Guarantee Policy. A household credit will be issued for any refund under $5. Preschool, camps, league deposits, trip or membership payments are considered separately. Please call 847–885–7500 for specific policies. Refund request forms may be completed at Triphahn Center, Willow or PSS&WC. Please allow up to 4 weeks for processing.

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The Hoffman Estates Park District staff has made every effort to prepare this activity guide as accurately as possible, however, errors can occur. Circumstances may require that adjustments be made to programs, fees, schedules, ect. The Park District reserves the right to make any such adjustments. The Hoffman Estates Park District apologizes for any inconvenience these errors may cause.

Become a Sponsor

Because we know that each situation is unique, we tailor our sponsorship packages to fit your needs. From advertising in our seasonal program guide and newsletter to having a booth at our community events, there are many ways you can get involved with the Hoffman Estates Park District. Contact our Communications and Marketing Department for more information at 847–781–3672.

Anti-Bullying Policy

HEPD cares for the health and well-being of our community and our participants, and will not tolerate bullying or harassment of any kind. The Board of Commissioners has approved a comprehensive Anti-Bullying Policy to address bullying or harassment, and all forms of aggressive and violent behaviors that interfere with a participant’s ability to learn or limits involvement. All administrators, staff, parents, volunteers, and participants are expected to refuse to tolerate bullying and harassment and to demonstrate behavior that is respectful and civil. “Bullying” or “harassment” is defined as any gesture or written, verbal, graphic, or physical act (including cyber bullying via the internet, cell phone, personal digital assistant, etc.) that is dehumanizing, intimidating, hostile, humiliating, threatening, or otherwise likely to evoke fear of physical harm or emotional distress. This also includes forms of retaliation against individuals who report or cooperate in an investigation under this policy. Consequences may include, but are not limited to temporary removal from the program, loss of privileges or program suspension. Annual training will be implemented for all employees and volunteers on district policies and procedures to provide a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities and the skills to fulfill them. Visit heparks.org to view the complete Anti-Bullying Policy.

UNEMPLOYMENT SUPPORT PACKAGE The Unemployment Support Package offered by the Park District is designed to provide fitness and recreation options at no or low cost to residents, renewable every 90 days. The program is open to Hoffman Estates Park District residents with valid identification and proof of employment termination. Unemployment verification is required in the form of a check stub, unemployment debit card or “approval of benefits” letter from the Illinois Department of Employment. Packets are renewable every 90 days with updated unemployment verification. More info heparks.org or 847–885–7500. Application available at Triphahn Center or Willow.

Unemployment Support Package Includes: 6 Seascape Family Aquatic Center pool passes (included seasonally) 4 daily fitness center passes to PSS&WC 6 daily passes to Triphahn Fitness Center. 6 daily passes to Willow Fitness Center. 2 eighteen hole rounds at The Bridges of Poplar Creek (cart included), after 3:00P on weekends at the discount cost of $22. 2 complimentary buckets of range balls at Bridges of Poplar Creek driving range. 6 public skate passes with skate rental to the Triphahn Center & Ice Arena.

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FRIENDS OF H.E. PARKS

FRIENDS OF HE PARKS

If you attend Friends of HE Parks Events... Girl Friends Night Out

Dinner, drinks, goodie bags, shopping! Thursday, February 21, 2013 (p.3)

Scott R. Triphahn Celebri-tee Golf Outing

Golf in a foursome alongside your favorite celebrity sports figures. Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Uncorked & Untapped

Sample a selection of wines, beers and delicious dishes. Friday, September 6, 2013

you are funding scholarships for disadvantaged Hoffman Estates families $ 14,500 Total Awarded in 2012 $9,811 $ 1,185 $ 1,102 $ 959 $ 535 $ 494 $ 263

Youth Sports Summer Camp Dance lessons Adult Group Fitness Classes STAR Before and After School Program Youth Swimming Lessons Preschool & Early Childhood Enrichment

you are helping residents facing hard times with an unemployment support package you are a Friend of HE Parks!

It is in the best interest of our whole community to encourage a healthy lifestyle for all. The Friends of HE Parks Foundation is a dedicated group of community volunteers who raise money so that more residents can participate in and enjoy recreational opportunities, regardless of their social, physical or economic circumstances and limitations. Financial struggle comes with great stress that can take its toll on the mental and physical health of an individual and his or her family. Numerous studies have shown that physical activity and recreation are imperative to relieving stress and maintaining health. It is the mission of the park district to promote the health and wellbeing of the residents in our district through our facilities and programs. The Foundation strives to promote events that will raise money to help disadvantaged families of our community be able to enjoy park district programs and facilities. One way you can help is by attending one of our fun events throughout the year. For information on how you can help, contact Peg Kusmierski at pkusmierski@heparks.org.

Join Friends of HE Parks! 847–885–7500 register online heparks.org

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EVENTS! March 2, 2013

NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH

Fair

Noon-3 pm at the Triphahn Center. Gymnastics, dance, sports, health and nutrition vendors all under one roof!

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April 20, 2013

PARK CLEAN UP DAY Meet at High Point Park (1704 Glenlake Road) for our first Park Clean Up Day to honor Global Youth Service Day and Earth Day.

May 19, 2013

NATIONAL PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SPORTS MONTH Meet at the Triphahn Center from 2:00-4:00 pm.

We will meet at 9:30am. This event will mix work with fun.

We will have a variety of sports in the gym. Variations of dodge ball, grab and go, basketball, and soccer.”

Contact Nicole Chesak, 847-781-3635, nchesak@heparks.org

Capture A Moment Contest We need your photos! Do you have a terrific picture taken at a HEPD event, youth sports game, facility, dog park, etc. that you’d like to share? Each month we’ll choose one special photo and the winner will receive a four-pack of seasonal day passes to either Seascape Family Aquatic Center or the Triphahn Ice Arena. Upload your photos to the HEPD Flikr page. First, start a Flikr account if you don’t already have one. Then, visit http://www.flickr.com/groups/captureamoment/ and click “Join This Group” and upload your photos to our Capture A Moment Contest page. - - - Contact Theresa Kiel, tkiel@heparks.org - - -

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GET ON THE FAST TRACK TO

BETTER FITNESS THIS SPRING SEASON! at Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center ™

CONTACT US REGARDING OUR SPECIAL SPRING MEMBERSHIP AND PERSONAL TRAINING SPECIAL!

Membership now includes 3 convenient locations to achieve your fitness goals! Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center 5050 Sedge Boulevard 847–285–5400 Triphan Center & Ice Arena 1685 West Higgins Road 847–885–7500 Willow Recreation Center 3600 Lexington Drive 847–285–5440

Visit prairiestonesports.com today!

Amaze Your Guests

Host your party of 25-275 in our beautiful, upscale banquet facilities overlooking our beautiful 18-hole championship golf course.

Magazine

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Renovation of the Year for public courses

-Golf Outings-Meeting Packages-Weddings-Outdoor Ceremonies-Showers-Graduations-Retirement PartiesContact Jennifer Fuller at 847-781-3658 or jfuller@heparks.org.

1400 Poplar Creek Drive, Hoffman Estates, Illinois

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847–781–3658


1685 West Higgins Road, Hof f m a n E s t a t e s , I l l i n o i s 6 0 1 6 9

847–885–7500 register online heparks.org

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First time skaters learn to stand up in skates off the ice, then sit and stand up on the ice, marching and gliding. Contact Jennifer Dooley at 847-781-3642 or jdooley@heparks.org.

JUNIOR

NEW SKATERS LEARN TO WORK EDGES BY MARCHING, GLIDING, WORKING UP TO DRILLS THAT ENCOURAGE FREE MOVEMENT AND MOTION. PLASTIC STICKS ARE INTRODUCED AT THE VERY END OF THE SESSION.

15% OFF Contact Randy Jordan at 847-285-5501 or rjordan@heparks.org.

15% OFF DISCOUNT

H.E.P.D. RESIDENT FAMILY OF 4

SEASCAPE

SEASON PASSES more information EXPIRES 4/15/2013 SEA15% for 847-285-5400 or w w w.hepar ks.org

1300 Moon Lake Boulevard

$210$179

ADULT H.E.P.D. RESIDENT

$72 $62

Price according to 2013 Resident Rates. See page 9 for additional pass types.

847-285-5400

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