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Letter from the President

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Mission Statement

It’s time to stop thinking about snow and start thinking about fun in the sun! The Hoffman Estates Park District offers everything you need to fill your summer, from swimming and camps to golf and baseball, we have something for everyone. Splash, play and relax this summer at Seascape Family Aquatic Center, opening June 6th. Be sure to purchase your season pass now so you can enjoy the water slides and playground, lap pool, zero-depth entry pool and sand volleyball courts all summer long! Check out page 5 for all the details. And be sure to mark your calendar for the free outdoor movie nights that we will be offering all summer long (page10.) Who can resist a movie in the park on a huge inflatable screen? Our annual Party in the Park event is back once again on August 8th promising fun for the whole family. Be sure to join us for a fun filled day of games, contests, entertainment, food, crafts and so much more. Don’t forget to visit us online at www.heparks.org or better yet, send us an email address and start receiving bi-monthly updates on upcoming programs and events so you don’t miss a thing!

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.

Our Customer Service Pledge Our satisfaction guarantee is our promise to provide quality parks, facilities, recreation programs, and leisure services that meet the expectation of our customers. If you are not satisfied with any recreational program the Hoffman Estates Park District 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 HEPD Community Center and Ice Arena, 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.

Our Community Commitment

Craig Bernacki, President Park Board of Commissioners

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.

Hoffman Estates Park Board of Commissioners

Craig Bernacki President

Kaz Mohan Vice President

Ronald Greenberg Commissioner

Keith Evans Treasurer

Lollie Guiney Commissioner

Lili McGovern Assistant Secretary

Scott Triphahn Commissioner

Dean Bostrom Executive Director

Seascape Photo Contest Winners

KC Kulprathipanja & friends Logan Garcia featured on the cover

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. Regular Board Meetings are held monthly at 7:00P at CCIA Summer Hours — June–September Building and Grounds Committee Recreation Committee Administration and Finance Full Board Meeting

7:30 1st Tuesday 2nd Tuesday 3rd Tuesday 4th Tuesday

Dates and times are subject to change. Please check our website for up to date information.

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Contents

Weather Hotline 847–285–5508 — Youth Baseball & Softball 847–285–5509 — Adult Athletics & Youth Soccer

Adult Leagues Arts

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If you would like to contact a staff member by email, please visit the staff directory on our website at www.heparks.org.

Athletics

13–21

Banquets

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Programs and Recreation — 847–885–7500 Jason Hickman Superintendent of Recreation Alisa Kapusinski Program Mgr. — early childhood, preschool Jody Dodson Program Manager — dance, gymnastics, art Carolyn Ray Program Manager — day camp, STAR Dru Steinhoff Athletic Manager — soccer, adult leagues Ed Bjes Athletic Manager — youth baseball, softball, basketball Rica Cuff 50+ Coordinator

Aquatics

Camps

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22–27

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Climbing Wall

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Community Center Fitness

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Dance

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Early Childhood

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Early Childhood Enrichment Facilities Fitness Classes

Community Center & Ice Arena — 847–885–7500 Jeff Doschadis General Manager, Ice Arena 847–781–3632 Randy Jordan Assistant GM, Ice Arena, Hockey Manager 847–285–5501 Natalie Cherry Figure Skating Manager, Ice Arena 847–781–3642 Debbie Albig Facility Manager, Community Center

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Heather Klaus Fitness Coordinator, Community Center

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Figure Skating

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Friends of HE Parks

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Golf Gymnastics Health and Fitness Hockey

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Poplar Creek Golf Operations & Banquets — 847–884–0219 Jason Mannina Director of Golf 847–781–3660 Brian Bechtold Golf Operations Manager, Golf Pro 847–781–3679 Wayne Leming Food and Beverage Manager 847–781–3659 Jamie Nieto Assistant Golf Pro 847–781–3680

Ice Arena

NWSRA

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Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center — 847–285–5400 Katie Basile Assistant Director 847–285–5424 Cathy Burnham Member Services Manager 847–285–5407 Christine Tusa Operations Supervisor 847–285–5439 Glenna Monroe Group Exercise Manager 847–285–5418

Parties

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Seascape Aquatic Center — 847–310–3626 Katie Jones Aquatic and Program Supervisor

847–285–5408

Just for Fun Martial Arts

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Music

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Parks and Facilities Map Personal Training

Parks & Maintenance John Giacalone Director

847–781–3643

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Preschool Half Day, Full Day

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Racquetball

Special Events Sponsors STAR Before and After School

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Swimming Lessons Teen

General Administration — 847–885–7500 Dean Bostrom Executive Director Tony LaFrenere Deputy Director / Director of Recreation Mike Kies Director of Facilities Gary Buczkowski Director of Planning & Development Craig Talsma Director of Administration & Finance Barbara Molitor Human Resources Manager Lynne Cotshott Superintendent of Business Communications and Marketing Liz Binder Manager Judy Kudron Coordinator

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Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center

Seascape 847–285–5442

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Poplar Creek Country Club

Registration Willow Recreation Center — 847–285–5440 Debbie Albig Facility Manager — dog park, skate park Heather Klaus Fitness Coordinator

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Tennis

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Tot Athletics

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Vogelei

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50+ Active Adults

847–310–3607

Willow Dog Park

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847–781–3636

Willow Recreation Center Fitness

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847–310–3605

Willow Skate Park

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Youth Leagues

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Visual Arts and Music

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Facilities HEPD Community Center & Ice Arena (CCIA) 1685 West Higgins Road M–SA 5:15A–10:30P 847–885–7500 SU 6:15A–10:30P CCIA is home to the Park District’s administrative offices, two NHL size ice surfaces, the Chicago Wolves hockey team, fitness center and indoor track, fitness classes, dance studio, NAEYC accredited preschool, senior center, gymnasium, gymnastics shelf, art studio and party or meeting rooms for rent. We offer programs and special events for all ages and ability levels in figure skating and ice hockey, as well as numerous athletic and recreational programs. CCIA’s gymnasium, equipment and multipurpose rooms can be rented for meetings, birthday parties and showers.

Seascape Family Aquatic Center 1300 Moon Lake Boulevard 847–310–3626

6/1 ››› 6/5 — 4:00P–7:30P 6/6 ››› 8/16 — 11:30A–7:30P 8/17 ››› 8/21 — 4:00P–7:30P 8/22 ››› 8/23 — 11:30A–7:30P

Located on 11.5 acres of land, this award winning outdoor water park offers hours of summertime fun for everyone. Make a splash this summer and plan your next birthday party, group outing or corporate event at Seascape. Seascape offers — zero depth entry pool, 25 yard lap pool, water slides, diving area, wet sand play area and water playground for tots.

Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center (PSS&WC) 5050 Sedge Boulevard M–TH 5:00A–Midnight 847–285–5400 F 5:00A–11:00P www.prairiestonesports.com SA–SU 6:00A–10:00P Discover the benefits of membership and achieve your fitness goals at Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center. Our multipurpose facility offers opportunities that will quench the interest of all fitness enthusiasts no matter what your pursuit may be. Memberships include access to all areas of the facility and are reasonably priced with no long term contracts. We offer — cardiovascular and strength equipment, an aquatics area, indoor tennis courts, climbing wall, gymnasiums, group fitness, indoor track, spa services, personal training, Pilates and Spinning and Kids Korner.

Poplar Creek Country Club 1400 Poplar Creek Drive 847–884–0219 www.poplarcreekcc.com

M–SU

6:00A–7:00P

Poplar Creek Country Club provides golfers with an 18 hole championship golf course that will challenge even the most adept pro. Picturesque from start to finish, golfers enjoy nature’s beauty as they play through the tree lined course, complete with lakes and other natural elements. With up to four special occasion rooms, we can accommodate parties of 30 guests to 275 guests for your next wedding reception, baby shower, award ceremonies, golf outings, corporate meeting and events.

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Facilities

Facilities Vogelei Barn Banquet Room 650 West Higgins Road 847–885–7500 Vogelei Barn is available for any special event. This private, casual space features hardwood floors and accommodates groups of up to 130 people. It’s setting, on the beautifully renovated Vogelei Park, makes it an ideal place for your next gathering. Please call for more information and rental fees.

Willow Recreation Center (WRC) 3600 Lexington Drive M–F 847–285–5440 SA SU

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6:00A–10:00P 6:00A–5:00P 7:00A–2:00P

Willow is open daily and features three regulation size racquetball courts, volleyball, wallyball, open basketball, a fitness center, speciality fitness classes, gymnasium, NAEYC accredited preschool, and before and after school care program. Stop in and spend some time in our teen room (for ages 11–17 years) and our family game room, offering pool tables, foosball and ping pong. Rent one of our party rooms for your next gathering. Organized birthday parties are available for children four years and older. Willow is also home to Willow Dog Park and Willow Skate Park.

Willow Dog Park 3600 Lexington Drive 847–285–5440

M–SU

Sunrise to Dusk

This ½ acre dog park offers dogs a dedicated open space to play while you sit and relax. The park is fully enclosed by a 5 foot high fence and accessed by code through a double gate. Space is limited to a first come first serve basis. Owners must provide certification of their dog’s current vaccinations of rabies, distemper, bordatella and fecal examination.

Willow Skate Park 3600 Lexington Drive 847–285–5440

M–SU

Sunrise to Dusk

Willow Skate Park is the best place in Hoffman Estates for inline skating and skateboarding. Our 11,000 square foot park features platforms and ramps. This is an unsupervised park and helmets are mandatory.

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Special Events Children’s Summer Concert Series All performances are at 12:00P at Vogelei Park Pavilion. June 12th Juggling Funny Stories Chris Fascione You’ll be laughing out loud as nationally known family entertainer Chris Fascione brings children’s stories to life with his high spirited and innovative performances. Full of energy, humor and imagination, Chris creates colorful characters through his unique combination of acting, storytelling, comedy and juggling. A Storytelling World Award winner, Chris brings out the kid in everyone, as adults and children alike have fun participating in the show. June 26th Macaroni Soup! Active Music for Kids! Carole Peterson & Alvin McGovern Carole Peterson has been providing musical entertainment and education for children since 1989 with Macaroni Soup! Carole’s CDs have won the Parents’ Choice, NAPPA, I-Parenting Media and Children’s Music Web Awards. She is accompanied by Alvin McGovern who has been playing guitar for over 40 years, making music and silliness with Macaroni Soup! since 2000. Alvin has been an integral part of all five of Carole’s 5 award winning CDs. July 10th Three Little Pigs Round Lake Park District Neighborhood Players When the wolf is seeking pork, the bacon starts shakin’ and makin’ a sturdy, tooth proof home. This wacky theatre rendition will have audiences, small and tall, rooting for the little prodders as they scramble to save their skins. July 24th Magic by Randy Come see why Kris Kridell from WBBM news radio said "Magic by Randy, one of the best entertainers in Chicago!" His unique style of magic comedy captures audiences’ attention and keeps them laughing! Children enjoy all of the tricks and the adults enjoy his sense of humor. August 7th Bill Hooper Through humor and active participation, Mr. Hooper and audience create a warm world of learning and laughter. Bill Hooper has been performing original interactive children’s music in the Chicago area for over twenty years. Accompanied by guitar, Mr. Hooper performs original songs about music and motion, nature and feelings, which resonate with young children and their families.

Hoffman Estates Chamber of Commerce Sears Holding Corporation Community

Fishing Derby Saturday, June 6th

9:00A–3:00P

Grab your fishing gear and come to South Ridge Lake for the Community Fishing Derby. Scores of tagged fish worth $25–$100 sponsored by local businesses will be put into the lake for you to snag. There is even a fish worth a $1,000 gift card at Cabela’s. There will be door prizes, goody bags and t-shirt give aways. Food vendors will be on hand so you don’t have to pack a lunch! There are no age or residency restrictions and no fishing license is necessary. Just be sure that you and all the anglers in your group are registered before they start fishing. You can register at the Chamber Office (2200 Higgins Road), Cabela’s (5225 Prairie Stone Parkway) or either Hoffman Estates Community Banks (1375 Palatine Road and 2497 West Golf Road.)

August 21st The Rope Warrior In this high impact, high energy stage show, David Fisher — AKA The Rope Warrior performs spectacular routines choreographed to a kaleidoscope of music. Trick rope techniques delivered with power, finesse and breakneck speed are enhanced with vibrant music. Audiences always get involved in this original, fun, energetic, healthy approach to entertainment.

The Chamber thanks the derby’s benefactor — Sears Holding Corporation, its major sponsor — Hoffman Estates Community Bank and the $1,000 fish sponsor — Cabela’s as well as the other derby sponsors Active Foot & Ankle Center, Alden Poplar Creek, AT&T, BT&D Visual Graphics, BIK&Co, LLP, Carpenter’s Union Local 839, FedEx Kinko’s, Harris Bank, Hoffman Estates Park District, Marylee Nowak Remax Suburban, St Alexius Medical Center and the Village of Hoffman Estates.

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Movies in the Parks Bring your blankets and pillows and join the Hoffman Estates Park District for a series of free outdoor movie nights shown on our JUMBO inflatable movie screen. Mark your calendars for the dates below and be sure to check our website closer to the date for locations and movie titles.

Movies will begin at approximately Sunset 8:15P–8:30PM May July August September

12th & 26th 10th & 24th 8th & 21st 11th

Party in the Park Saturday, August 8th 4:00PM – 10:00PM High Point Park — 1704 Glen Lake Road Free Admission 4:00–5:30

Main Stage Events

HEPD Tae Kwon Do

HEPD Dancers

Dance World

Baton / Poms

6:00–7:00 7:30–8:30 8:30–10:00 4:30–8:30

Dog Frisbee Dave Rudolph, Children’s Performer Movie in the Park Contests

Baggo Tournament

Tug of War

Three Legged Race

Potato Sack Race

Water Balloon Toss

Watermelon Eating Contest

4:00–10:00 Food Vendors 4:00–8:30 Activities

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Kiddie Games

Baseball Speed Pitch

Pony Rides

Petting Zoo

Kids Crafts

Moonwalk

Giant Slide

Climbing Wall

Balloon Artist

Face Painting

Special Events — childrens concerts — fishing derby — movie nights — party in the park

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Indoor Swimming Lessons Swim Parent Tot ½–3 years / PSS&WC 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 familiar in the water. Parents will learn techniques to help orient their children to the water and to supervise water activities in a safe manner.

Swim Level 1 4–9 years / PSS&WC This class will help students become more comfortable in the water and teach them how to enjoy the water safely. Students will learn elementary skills including; water entry, front and back floats and begin to learn the arm and leg action of swimming. 230837–A

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6:30P–7:15P

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Swim Tots 3–5 years / PSS&WC Young students who are ready for lessons without their parent will learn basic skills in a fun atmosphere. Tots develop independence as they become comfortable in the water. This class prepares tots for Level 1.

$47 / $51

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Swim Level 2 5–14 years / PSS&WC Level two 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. Basic rescue skills will be introduced.

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No Swim Lessons — Saturday, July 4

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4/7/09 2:49 PM


847–885–7500

www.heparks.org

H OFF M A N ESTAT ES PA R K D I ST R I C T

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.

Swim Level 6 7–14 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.

230839–A

M

5:30P–6:15P

6/1 ››› 7/6

$47 / $51

230842–A

TU

6:30P–7:15P

6/2 ››› 7/7

$47 / $51

230839–B

TU

5:30P–6:15P

6/2 ››› 7/7

$47 / $51

230842–B

TH

5:30P–6:15P

6/4 ››› 7/9

$47 / $51

230839–C

TU

6:30P–7:15P

6/2 ››› 7/7

$47 / $51

230842–C

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$47 / $51

230839–D

W

5:30P–6:15P

6/3 ››› 7/8

$47 / $51

230842–D

TU

6:30P–7:15P

7/21 ››› 8/25

$47 / $51

230839–E

TH

5:30P–6:15P

6/4 ››› 7/9

$47 / $51

230842–E

TH

5:30P–6:15P

7/23 ››› 8/27

$47 / $51

230839–F

TH

6:30P–7:15P

6/4 ››› 7/9

$47 / $51

230842–F

SA

10:15A–11:00A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$47 / $51

230839–G

SA

8:15A–9:00A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$47 / $51

230839–H

SA

9:15A–10:00A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$47 / $51

230839–I

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$47 / $51

230839–J

M

5:30P–6:15P

7/20 ››› 8/24

$47 / $51

230839–K

TU

5:30P–6:15P

7/21 ››› 8/25

$47 / $51

230839–L

TU

6:30P–7:15P

7/21 ››› 8/25

$47 / $51

230839–M

W

6:30P–7:15P

7/22 ››› 8/26

$47 / $51

230839–N

TH

5:30P–6:15P

7/23 ››› 8/27

$47 / $51

230839–O

TH

6:30P–7:15P

7/23 ››› 8/27

$47 / $51

230839–P

SA

8:15A–9:00A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$47 / $51

230839–Q

SA

9:15A–10:00A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$47 / $51

230839–R

SA

10:15A–11:00A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$47 / $51

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 be introduced.

Swim Adult–Beginner 18+ 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. 230849–A

M

7:15P–8:00P

6/1 ››› 7/6

$55 / $59

230849–B

SA

7:30A–8:15A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$55 / $59

230849–C

M

7:150P–8:00P

7/20 ››› 8/24

$55 / $59

230849–D

SA

7:30A–8:15A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$55 / $59

Adult Swim–Intermediate 18+ years / PSS&WC This class is designed for adults who are comfortable in the water and know the fundamentals of swimming. Participants will learn and refine strokes so they can swim with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Class is taught in a flexible environment allowing participants to move at their own pace. 230850–A

W

7:15P–8:00P

6/3 ››› 7/8

$55 / $59

230840–A

TU

5:30P–6:15P

6/2 ››› 7/7

$47 / $51

230850–B

SA

11:15A–12:00P

6/6 ››› 7/18

$55 / $59

230840–B

TU

6:30P–7:15P

6/2 ››› 7/7

$47 / $51

230850–C

W

7:15P–8:00P

7/22 ››› 8/26

$55 / $59

230840–C

TH

5:30P–6:15P

6/4 ››› 7/9

$47 / $51

230850–D

SA

11:15A–12:00P

7/25 ››› 8/29

$55 / $59

230840–D

TH

6:30P–7:15P

6/4 ››› 7/9

$47 / $51

230840–E

SA

8:15A–9:00A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$47 / $51

230840–F

SA

9:15A–10:00A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$47 / $51

230840–G

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$47 / $51

230840–H

TU

5:30P–6:15P

7/21 ››› 8/25

$47 / $51

230840–I

TU

6:30P–7:15P

7/21 ››› 8/25

$47 / $51

230840–J

TH

5:30P–6:15P

7/23 ››› 8/27

$47 / $51

230840–K

TH

6:30P–7:15P

7/23 ››› 8/27

$47 / $51

230840–L

SA

8:15A–9:00A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$47 / $51

Master Swim 16+ years / PSS&WC Perfect your swimming techniques and boost your overall fitness level with Master Swim Classes at Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center. Our experienced swim coach can help you find the most efficient training methods and provide the guidance you need to improve your form, stroke and endurance. PSS&WC Members receive a discounted fee of $60. To receive your discount, please register in person at any HEPD facility. Online registration will not process the member discount. Prairie Dog member's discount rate is $52.

230840–M

SA

9:15A–10:00A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$47 / $51

230875–A

Swim Level 5 7–14 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. 230841–A

TU

5:30P–6:15P

6/2 ››› 7/7

$47 / $51

230841–B

TH

6:30P–7:15P

6/4 ››› 7/9

$47 / $51

230841–C

SA

8:15A–9:00A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$47 / $51

230841–D

SA

9:15A–10:00A

6/6 ››› 7/18

$47 / $51

230841–E

TU

5:30P–6:15P

7/21 ››› 8/25

$47 / $51

230841–F

TH

6:30P–7:15P

7/23 ››› 8/27

$47 / $51

230841–G

SA

8:15A–9:00A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$47 / $51

230841–H

SA

9:15A–10:00A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$47 / $51

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Aquatics — indoor swimming lessons

Indoor Swimming Lessons

7

M

6:00A–7:15A

7/13 ››› 8/31

$60 / $68

Private and Semi-Private Swim Lessons 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. Private swim lessons are offered everyday and are based around instructor availability. To register, stop by the Service Desk at PSS&WC or contact Katie Jones, Program & Aquatics Supervisor, at 847–285–5408.

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HOFFMAN ESTATES PA R K D I ST R I C T

www.heparks.org

8 47–885–7500

Outdoor Swimming Lessons Swim Parent / Tot ½–3 years / Seascape 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 familiar in the water. Parents will learn techniques to help orient their children to the water and to supervise water activities in a safe manner.

Swim Level 2 5–14 years / Seascape Level two 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. Basic rescue skills will be introduced. 238008–A

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238015–A

M–TH

10:15A–10:45A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238008–B

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238015–B

M–TH

10:15A–10:45A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238008–C

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238015–C

M–TH

10:15A–10:45A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238008–D

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238015–D

M–TH

10:15A–10:45A

7/27 ››› 8/6

$53 / $59

238008–E

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238015–E

TU,TH

7:40P–8:10P

6/16 ››› 7/2

$47 / $51

238008–F

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238015–F

TU,TH

7:40P–8:10P

7/7 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

238008–G

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

238015–G

TU,TH

7:40P–8:10P

7/28 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

238008–H

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

$53 / $59

238015–H

SA

9:30A–10:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

238008–I

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

6/15 ››› 7/1

$47 / $51

238008–J

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

6/16 ››› 7/2

$47 / $51

238008–K

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/6 ››› 7/22

$47 / $51

238008–L

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/7 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

238008–M

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/27 ››› 8/12 $47 / $51

238008–N

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/28 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

238008–O

SA

9:15A–10:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

238008–P

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

Swim Tots 3–5 years / Seascape Young students who are ready for lessons without their parent will learn basic skills in a fun atmosphere. Tots develop independence as they become comfortable in the water. This class prepares tots for Level 1. 238014–A

M–TH

9:30A–10:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238014–B

M–TH

10:15A–10:45A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238014–C

M–TH

9:30A–10:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238014–D

M–TH

10:15A–10:45A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238014–E

M–TH

9:30A–10:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238014–F

M–TH

10:15A–10:45A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238014–G

M–TH

9:30A–10:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

$53 / $59

Swim Level 3 5–14 years / Seascape 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.

238014–H

M–TH

10:15A–10:45A

7/27 ››› 8/6

$53 / $59

238009–A

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238014–I

M,W

7:40P–8:10P

6/15 ››› 7/1

$47 / $51

238009–B

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238014–J

TU,TH

7:40P–8:10P

6/16 ››› 7/2

$47 / $51

238009–C

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238014–K

M,W

7:40P–8:10P

7/6 ››› 7/22

$47 / $51

238009–D

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238014–L

TU,TH

7:40P–8:10P

7/7 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

238009–E

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238014–M

M,W

7:40P–8:10P

7/27 ››› 8/12 $47 / $51

238009–F

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238014–N

TU,TH

7:40P–8:10P

7/28 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

238009–G

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

238014–O

SA

9:30A–10:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

238009–H

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

$53 / $59

238009–I

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

6/15 ››› 7/1

$47 / $51

238009–J

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

6/16 ››› 7/2

$47 / $51

238009–K

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/6 ››› 7/22

$47 / $51

238009–L

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/7 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

238009–M

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/27 ››› 8/12 $47 / $51

238009–N

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/28 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

238009–O

SA

9:15A–10:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

238009–P

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

Swim Level 1 4–14 years / Seascape This class will help students become more comfortable in the water and teach them how to enjoy the water safely. Students will learn elementary skills including; water entry, front and back floats, and begin to learn the arm and leg action of swimming.

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$53 / $59

$53 / $59

238007–A

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238007–B

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238007–C

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238007–D

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238007–E

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238007–F

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238007–G

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

238007–H

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

$53 / $59

238007–I

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

6/15 ››› 7/1

$47 / $51

238007–J

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

6/16 ››› 7/2

$47 / $51

238007–K

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/6 ››› 7/22

$47 / $51

238007–L

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/7 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

238007–M

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/27 ››› 8/12 $47 / $51

and treat someone experiencing a cardiac emergency and how to use an AED. Please contact

238007–N

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/28 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

the American Red Cross for more information and registration, at 1-800-33-SAFETY or

238007–O

SA

9:15A–10:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

238007–P

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

$53 / $59

American Red Cross CPR Learn how to recognize and respond to an emergency, learn three emergency action steps needed before applying CPR, how to recognize life threatening conditions, how to recognize

www.chicagoredcross.org. PSS&WC

CPR / AED — Adult 6/6

1:00P–5:45P

4/7/09 2:49 PM


847–885–7500

www.heparks.org

H OFF M A N ESTAT ES PA R K D I ST R I C T

Swim Level 4 6–14 years / Seascape Level 4 students will become confident in the strokes they have learned in Level 1 through Level 3. Students will increase their endurance and continue to build on the butterfly. The elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and elements of the sidestroke will be introduced. 238010–A

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238010–B

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238010–C

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238010–D

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

$53 / $59

238010–E

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238010–F

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238010–G

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

238010–H

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

$53 / $59

238010–I

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

6/15 ››› 7/1

$47 / $51

238010–J

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

6/16 ››› 7/2

$47 / $51

238010–K

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/6 ››› 7/22

$47 / $51

238010–L

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/7 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

238010–M

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/27 ››› 8/12 $47 / $51

238010–N

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/28 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

238010–O

SA

9:15A–10:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

238010–P

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/13 ››› 7/27 $47 / $51

$53 / $59

Swim Level 5 7–14 years / Seascape 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.

Swim Level 7 7–17 years / Seascape Students in Level 7 will build on their swimming endurance they built in Level 6 and be introduced to skills that focus on Lifeguard Readiness. Skills will include; brick dive, compact jumps with rescue tube, swimming with rescue tube and other various lifeguard skills. Students who complete this course should be more comfortable and know what to expect in a lifeguard course. 238013–A

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238013–B

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

238013–C

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238013–D

M–TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

238013–E

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

6/16 ››› 7/2

$47 / $51

238013–F

TU,TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/7 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

238013–G

TU,TH

10:15A–11:00A

7/28 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

238013–H

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

$53 / $59 $53 / $59

Swim Adult Beginner 16+ years / Seascape 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. 238020–A

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

6/15 ››› 7/1

$47 / $51

238020–B

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/6 ››› 7/22

$47 / $51

238020–C

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/27 ››› 8/12 $47 / $51

238020–D

SA

7:40P–8:25P

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

238011–A

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238011–B

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

238011–C

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238011–D

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

$53 / $59

238011–E

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

6/15 ››› 7/2

$47 / $51

Swim Adult Intermediate 16+ years / Seascape This class is designed for adults who are comfortable in the water and know the fundamentals of swimming. Participants will learn and refine strokes so they can swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Class is taught in a flexible environment allowing participants to move at their own pace.

238011–F

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/6 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

238021–A

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

6/16 ››› 7/2

$47 / $51

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/7 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

$53 / $59

238011–G

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/27 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

238021–B

238011–H

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

238021–C

TU,TH

7:40P–8:25P

7/28 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

238021–D

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

Aquatics — outdoor swimming lessons

Outdoor Swimming Lessons

9

Swim Level 6 7–14 years / Seascape 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. 238012–A

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/15 ››› 6/25 $53 / $59

238012–B

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

6/29 ››› 7/9

238012–C

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/13 ››› 7/23 $53 / $59

238012–D

M–TH

9:15A–10:00A

7/27 ››› 8/6

$53 / $59

238012–E

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

6/15 ››› 7/2

$53 / $59

238012–F

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/6 ››› 7/23

$47 / $51

238012–G

M,W

7:40P–8:25P

7/27 ››› 8/13 $47 / $51

238012–H

SA

9:15A–10:00A

6/13 ››› 7/25 $47 / $51

$53 / $59

Private and Semi-Private Swim Lessons 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 everyday based around instructor availability. To register, stop by the Service Desk at Seascape or contact Katie Jones, Program & Aquatics Supervisor, at 847–285–5408.

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No Swim Lessons — Saturday, July 4

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SEASCAPE FAMILY AQUAT I C C EN T ER

www.heparks.org

8 47–310–3626

There is something for everyone at Seascape Family Aquatic Center! Plunge, Tube, and Body Slides — 25 yard Lap Pool — Water Playground Zero-depth Entry Pool — Sand Play Area — Sand Volleyball Courts Concession Stand — Morning, Evening, and Saturday Swim Lessons. Open Daily Monday–Saturday 11:30A–7:30P 6/6 ››› 8/23 Special Hours 6/1 ››› 6/5 7/4 8/17 ››› 8/21

4:00P–7:30P 1:30A–6:00P 4:00P–7:30P

*The park district follows the local high school schedule to determine its weekday schedule. The district reserves the right to close the pool and/or sections, due to weather or low attendance.

Daily Rates

youth (4–17 years)

$6 / $7

adult

$8 / $9

senior (62+)

$6 / $7

Season Pass Rates

adult

$72 / $79

family of 2

$118 / $129

family of 3

$161 / $179

family of 4

$210 / $228

family of 5

$256 / $281

senior

$66 / $72

senior family of 2

$107 / $117

Lap Swim Rates

9:00A–11:00A — 18+ years daily

$3

membership

$40

Group Outings and Birthday Parties Book your group outing or birthday party early while dates are still available. Call Katie Jones, Program and Aquatic Supervisor at 847–285–5408.

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Opening Day Duck Race Join us on Saturday, June 6th at 11:15A sharp for our first ever Opening Day Duck Race. Community members will have the opportunity to compete in this exciting race by adopting a duck prior to June 6th. All ducks will compete in two races; the swimming race and the water slide race. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes will be awarded for each race. Adoptive duck parents are welcome to stay and swim for the rest of the afternoon. Don’t miss this fun kick off event to an exciting swimming season! Visit CCIA, WRC or PSS&WC to adopt your duck today.

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Pre Dance 3–4 years This combination class includes basic tap / ballet steps, rhythm exercises, the five ballet positions and dancing to musical cues. CCIA

235201–A

TU

3:30P–4:15P

6/30 ››› 8/4

$47 / $52

235201–B

W

3:30P–4:15P

7/1 ››› 8/5

$47 / $52

235201–C

SA

9:00A–9:45A

6/27 ››› 8/8

$47 / $52

235201–D

SA

9:45A–10:30A

6/27 ››› 8/8

$47 / $52

235201–E

TU

12:30P–1:15P

6/30 ››› 8/4

$47 / $52

235201–F

TU

3:30P–4:15P

6/30 ››› 8/4

$47 / $52

WRC

Kinder Ballet / Tap 5–6 years This combination class includes floor stretches, advanced ballet / tap steps and dance routines to age appropriate music. CCIA

235202–A

TU

4:15P–5:00P

6/30 ››› 8/4

$47 / $52

235202–B

W

4:15P–5:00P

7/1 ››› 8/5

$47 / $52

235202–D

SA

10:30A–11:15A

6/27 ››› 8/8

$47 / $52

TU

1:15P–2:00P

6/30 ››› 8/4

$47 / $52

WRC

235202–F

Kinder Tap / Jazz 5–6 years / CCIA Learn basic jazz steps and floor routines to popular music. They will work on coordination, flexibility, strength and free movement by doing center work and moving across the floor. 235202–C

TH

6:00P–6:45P

7/2 ››› 8/6

$47 / $52

CCIA

235203–A

W

5:00P–5:45P

7/1 ››› 8/5

$47 / $52

TU

2:00P–2:45P

6/30 ››› 8/4

$47 / $52

WRC

235203–D

Elementary Tap / Jazz 7–9 years / CCIA Students will learn about body alignment and control. Dancers will learn basic steps, rhythms and combinations in center and moving across the floor. 235203–B

TH

6:45P–7:30P

7/2 ››› 8/6

235206–B

TH

5:15P–6:00P

7/2 ››› 8/6

$47 / $52

Jazz / Hip Hop 6–9 years / WRC Students learn age appropriate fun and funky moves to all the latest hits. The emphasis is on attitude, stage presence and developing an individual style. 235206–C

TU

2:45P–3:30P

6/30 ››› 8/4

$47 / $52

Poms / Jazz 6–8 years / CCIA Learn basic poms and jazz moves choreographed to age appropriate music. This class allows kids of all abilities to develop their pom, dance and jazz skills and prepare for future dance teams. 235206–A

TU

5:00P–5:45P

6/30 ››› 8/4

$47 / $52

Intermediate Tap / Jazz / Ballet 10–18 years / CCIA This combination class includes movements in tap, jazz and ballet. Advanced barre work and routines to music. 235204–A

TH

7:30P–8:30P

7/2 ››› 8/6

$60 / $66

Adult Tap 18+ years / WRC Whether you are an experienced dancer or just starting out, students will enhance their tapping abilities beginning with coordinated warm ups and moving into combination steps. 235209–A

TU

4:15P–5:00P

6/30 ››› 8/4

$47 / $52

Ballroom Dance 16+ years / CCIA Improve your skills, learn new steps and how to lead and follow in the introductory session. Learn the Waltz, Cha Cha, Foxtrot, Rumba and Swing. Couples are recommended, but not necessary. Couples will not rotate partners. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes. 235229–A

M

7:30P–9:00P

6/15 ››› 7/20

$54 / $59

Arts — dance

Elementary Ballet / Tap 7–9 years This combination class will concentrate on more advanced tap / ballet steps and dance routines.

Jr. Hip Hop / Jazz 6–9 years / CCIA Come learn the new moves to the latest music. Each class will begin with stretching, conditioning exercises and then learn combinations to a variation of music.

Aquatics — Seascape Family Aquatic Center

Dance

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$47 / $52

Elementary Ballet / Jazz 7–10 years / CCIA Learn ballet barre, technique and terminology along with jazz steps and combinations. 235203–C

SA

11:15A–12:00P

6/27 ››› 8/8

$47 / $52

Dance Attire Parent / Tot comfortable clothes, no hard sole shoes Ballet leotard, white / pink tights, skirt, pink ballet shoes Tap leotard, white / pink tights, skirt or black jazz pants, black tap shoes Jazz / Hip Hop leotard or shirt with black jazz pants or shorts and black jazz shoes Hair must be pulled back from the face.

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8 47–885–7500

Visual Arts and Music Young Rembrandts CCIA Come explore the world of art with Young Rembrandts. Students learn and practice important drawing skills using a variety of dry media, such as pencils, crayons, colored pencils and markers. By focusing on subject matter that interests them, children enjoy learning important techniques. Lessons are designed to match ability and interests of different age groups. Young children learn coloring and marker techniques, while older children learn more sophisticated techniques to complete their drawings. Each session consists of new lessons. Preschool Drawing / 3 ½–5 years

Piano Lessons 7–9 years / A&A Music Whether you’re looking to develop your musical talents or just want to take up a new hobby, this is your opportunity. The Hoffman Estates Park District, in conjunction with A&A Music, offers piano lessons for kids of all ability levels. Students will learn basic music skills, such as counting and reading sheet music. $10 book fee, payable to A&A Music, is due the first day of class. 235602–A

TH

6:30P–7:15P

6/25 ››› 8/13

$109 / $120

237403–A

TU

4:00P–4:45P

6/9 ››› 7/14

$68 / $75

237403–B

TU

4:00P–4:45P

7/21 ››› 8/18

$57 / $63

Build It Sculpt It 9–14 years / CCIA Young sculptors will learn 3-D art techniques using a variety of materials such as papier-mâché, wire, wood and clay. With tuition each student will receive 25 lbs of clay.

Elementary Drawing / 6–12 years

237403–C

TU

5:00P–5:45P

6/9 ››› 7/14

$68 / $75

237412–A

M

5:45P–7:00P

6/22 ››› 8/10

$82 / $90

237403–D

TU

5:00P–5:45P

7/21 ››› 8/18

$57 / $63

237412–B

SA

1:00P–2:15P

6/20 ››› 8/15

$82 / $90

Parent / Tot Clay Play 3–5 years / CCIA If you love to create art as much as your child does, we have the perfect program for you! Work collaborativly with your child to build your own special artwork. You and your child will make decorative papier–mâché objects, collage, 3–D sculpture and paintings, all in an unstructured environment, using a developmental approach. Parents or caregivers may participate. With tuition, each student will receive 12½ lbs. of clay. Fee is per pair.

Youth Drawing 9–14 years / CCIA Learn to draw everything from your favorite animal to cartoon characters. Your instructor can even teach you to create a comic strip of your very own.

237414–A

M

10:00A–10:45A

6/22 ››› 8/10

$50 / $55

237414–B

SA

9:00A–9:45A

6/20 ››› 8/15

$50 / $55

Youth Watercolors 9–14 years / CCIA Learn how to use watercolor paint to add color to your favorite drawings. Instructors will teach you how to make you characters come to life.

Clay Play 6–8 years / CCIA Clay work builds many skills in young children, including visual, special, and physical skills just to name a few. The changeable nature of clay helps young children learn cause and effect, whether rolling it flat or round, or glazing to make it hard or shiny. With tuition, each student will receive 12½ lbs. of clay. 237413–A

M

4:00P–5:00P

6/22 ››› 8/10

$66 / $72

237413–B

SA

10:15A–11:15A

6/20 ››› 8/15

$66 / $72

237423–B

F

5:00P–6:30P

6/26 ››› 8/14

$66 / $72

237423–C

SA

5:00P–6:30P

6/20 ››› 8/15

$66 / $72

237423–D

TU

5:00P–6:30P

6/23 ››› 8/11

$66 / $72

237423–E

TH

5:00P–6:30P

6/25 ››› 8/13

$66 / $72

Adult Drawing 18+ years / CCIA Learn the basic drawing techniques using professional grade drawing tools. Learn to enhance your technique by studying different subjects, styles and mediums. 237423–F

TH

9:00A–11:00A

6/25 ››› 8/13

$86 / $94

237423–G

F

7:00P–9:00P

6/26 ››› 8/14

$86 / $94

Adult Watercolors 18+ years / CCIA Designed for students with little or no experience in watercolors or those who want to return to the basics. The class will cover materials, color, composition, values and technique. 237423–H

M

11:00A–1:00P

6/22 ››› 8/10

$98 / $107

237423–I

SA

7:00P–9:00P

6/20 ››› 8/15

$98 / $107

Calligraphy 18+ years / CCIA Calligraphy is simply beautiful writing anyone can learn. Basic techniques will teach you how to enhance and embellish your documents. Create beautiful letters, invitations and personalize scrapbooks. Pen and paper are supplied. 237423–J

TU

7:00P–8:30P

6/23 ››› 7/14

$47 / $51

237423–K

SA

2:30P–4:00P

7/18 ››› 8/8

$47 / $51

Adult Intro to Ceramics 17+ years / CCIA This introductory course covers the basics of working with clay, including hand building, working on the wheel and glazing techniques as well as sculpting pottery. Each student will receive 50 lbs. of stoneware clay included with their fee, with the option to purchase more as needed.

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237411–A

M

7:30P–9:30P

6/22 ››› 8/10

$130 / $142

237411–B

TH

7:30P–9:30P

6/25 ››› 8/13

$130 / $142

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Youth Leagues

Adult Basketball 18+ years / CCIA The fall season will start in September and end with a single elimination, post season tournament. This is a 10 game season. League champions will receive a sponsor’s trophy and $150 award. Tournament champion will receive sponsor’s trophy and $150 award.

4 Year Old T–Ball 4 years / Canterbury Park An instructional t-ball League for children that are not quite ready for the Shetland League. This league will be both fun and instructional for everyone involved including the parents. League plays are determined in a pre season meeting with parents and coaches.

Mondays

$685

40+ years

239319–A

Tuesdays

$685

C League

Wednesdays $685

B League

Thursdays

$685

A League

Fridays

$685

Women’s

Timeline August 14 — Team registration form and $100 deposit due September 4 — Remainder of League fee due

M,SA 6:00P–7:30P

6/22 ››› 8/8

$60 / $66 Youth

Youth Soccer League Grades K–8 / Cannon Crossings Fall 2009 Season — September 13 ››› November 1 Spring 2010 Season — April 11 ››› June 6 Registration begins May 31 at the Cannon Crossings soccer fields from 11:00A–4:00P. After May 31, register in person at CCIA or WCR. Teams are formed by blind draft only.

September 9 — Team Manager’s Meeting

Before 7/3

$75 / $85

September 21 — Season Begins

After 7/3

$90 / $100

Fees* include both Fall ‘09 and Spring ‘10 seasons.

Sundays

*Uniform fee is an additional $35. Specify size on registration form.

Timeline August — Practices Begin (weather permitting)

$700

Timeline August 7 — Team registration form and $100 deposit due August 21 — Remainder of League fee due September 2 — Team Manager’s Meeting September 13 — Season Begins

Adult Fall Softball 18+ years / Cannon Crossings Fields We offer league play for Men’s 12" and Coed 14" at three different levels. Ten game season on lighted fields. Game times are 6:30P, 7:30P, 8:30P, August thru October. League Champion will receive a trophy and $250 cash award. Single elimination post season tournament. $660 LEAGUE DEFINITIONS A / B League — This league is for the best teams in Hoffman Estates. C / D League — This league is designed for teams looking to play a more recreational game.

Sports Camps — page 26–27

Timeline July 24 — Team registration form and $100 deposit due August 7 — Remainder of League fee due August 17 — Season Begins

Athletics — adult and youth leagues

Men’s Touch Football 18+ years / Canterbury Football Field This 10 game season will be played on Sunday mornings or early afternoons. There will be A and B Divisions. Returning teams from fall 2008 will have a guaranteed spot in the league. League champions will receive a sponsor trophy and $250. There will be a single elimination post season tournament for teams with a record of .500 and better.

Arts — visual arts and music

Adult Leagues

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In house Soccer Friendship Request Form One friendship request is allowed per child. That friend must request you also or the request will not be granted. Players must be in the same division. Siblings in the same division are allowed only one request. Coaches and assistant coaches are not allowed requests. If more than one name is submitted or form is completed incorrectly, request will be null and void. Additional forms are available at CCIA and WRC. Players Name______________________________________________

Grade_______

Phone ________________________________

Grade_______

Phone ________________________________

Wishes to be with: Players Name______________________________________________

Deadline — July 1st

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Please mail or drop off your request to CCIA (1685 West Higgins Road) or WRC (3600 LexingtonDrive)

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I.C.E. Summer Program 8+ years / CCIA The high level is for skaters in levels Pre Juvenile–Senior or ISI skaters level 7 and above. Skaters will follow a track each day designed to best suit the needs of each level. Included in the cost is — off ice warm up, on ice jump technique, on ice specialty class, off ice conditioning and ballet class and 1 freestyle each day. *Additional feestyle must be contracted. Occasional outings to Seascape will be available and included in the price. Families of skaters are welcome to attend for free on these pool visits. High

232133–A

M,W,F 9:00A–3:30P

6/8 ››› 8/14

$600 / $625

M,W,F 9:00A–3:30P

6/8 ››› 8/14

$600 / $625

M,W,F 9:00A–3:30P

6/8 ››› 8/14

$600 / $625

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Freestyle 1 6+ years / CCIA This class introduces the skater to Freestyle class. Skaters will learn jumps, spins, footwork, and edges. Figure skates are required. Rental skates are not included. Prerequisite: Passed FSA Level 8 . 232039–A

F

5:10P–6:10P

6/12 ››› 8/14

$150 / $180

Freestyle 2–4 6+ years / CCIA This class focuses on learning a broad range of jumps, spins and skating maneuvers. Skaters will be introduced to proper posture, edge control, extension and line. Figure skates required. Prerequisite: Freestyle 1. 232040–A

F

5:10P–6:10P

6/12 ››› 8/14

$150 / $180

Intermediate

232133–B Low

232133–C

Tot I Ice Lessons 3–5 years / CCIA Designed for the first time ice skater, this class covers the proper way to fall down and get up along with finding their balance and basic forward skating. Figure skates are highly recommended. Hockey skates and helmets allowed. First lesson is off ice for the full 30 minutes. Skate rental not included but available for purchase. 232001–A

M

12:00P–12:30P

6/8 ››› 8/10

$98 / $117

232001–B

W

12:00P–12:30P

6/10 ››› 8/12

$98 / $117

Tot 2–4 Ice Lessons 3–5 years / CCIA This class is designed to further develop the young skater. We will focus on one foot balancing, gliding and forward stroking. Figure skates are highly recommended. Skate rental not included. Prerequisite: Tot 1

Freestyle 5+ 5+ years / CCIA This class is for the advanced free skater. This class teaches advanced jumps, spins and edges with a strong focus on posture, line, edge and proper body position. Figure skates required. Prerequisite: Passed Freestyle 4. 232045–A

F

5:10P–6:10P

6/12 ››› 8/14

$150 / $180

Adult Ice Skate 6+ years / CCIA Designed for "later skaters" this class follows the curriculum of the Ice Skating Institute and United States Figure Skating Adult tracks. Open to beginners through advanced older skaters, this class will be divided into groups according to ability and enrollment. Figure skates are highly recommended. Helmets, kneepads and elbow pads are optional. Rental skates not included. 232046–A

M

6:15P–7:00P

6/8 ››› 8/10

$150 / $180

232002–A

M

12:00P–12:30P

6/8 ››› 8/10

$98 / $117

High Power Skate 6+ years / CCIA Designed for the freestyle skater this class helps skaters further strengthen endurance, speed and flexibility. This class is for Freestyle 1 and above. Figure skates are required. Rental skates not included.

232002–B

W

12:00P–12:30P

6/10 ››› 8/12

$98 / $117

232050–B

FSA Level 1 6+ years / CCIA This class is designed to teach skaters the basics of figure skating. This includes — basic forward stroking, proper balancing technique, proper falling technique and many more skating skills. This class is for first time skaters or those needing a refresher in the basics. The first class will begin with 30 minutes of off ice basic instruction on skating. Rental skates are not included but are available for purchase. 232015–A

M

5:30P–6:15P

6/8 ››› 8/10

TU

5:20P–5:50P

6/9 ››› 8/11

$98 / $117

Ballet on Ice 6+ years / CCIA This class takes the skills learned in ballet and applies them to current figure skating moves. Instructors guide students into proper position and flexibility for advanced moves. This class incorporates music with a key emphasis on choreography and style. Prerequisite: Freestyle levels 1 and above. 232060–A

TU

5:50P–6:20P

6/9 ››› 8/11

$98 / $117

$130 / $156

FSA Level 2–4 6+ years / CCIA This class teaches advanced forward stroking, backward stroking, forward and backward crossovers and introduces beginner spins. This class covers a range of skating elements as the student progresses through each level. Skate rental not included but available for purchase. Prerequisite: FSA Level 1 232020–A

M

5:30P–6:15P

6/8 ››› 8/10

$130 / $156

232020–B

W

5:30P–6:15P

6/10 ››› 8/12

$130 / $156

FSA Level 5–8 6+ years / CCIA This class will cover advanced forward and backward crossovers, forward stroking, 3 turns, edges and basic spins and jumps. Figure skates are required. Prerequisite: Passed Level 4 232025–A

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W

5:30P–6:15P

6/10 ››› 8/12

$130 / $156

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Tumbling Times Level 1 Children learn skills on the traditional gymnastics events — tumbling, bars, vault and balance beam. Children who have never been in a gymnastics class before should enroll in a Level 1 class. Children who have previously taken a gymnastics class may sign up for Level 2 classes, only if they can demonstrate the required skills of a Level 2 gymnast. Children who are unable to meet the skill requirements of the class will be asked to transfer into a more appropriate class. Level 1 & 2 Gymnastics / 6–14 years / CCIA

234303–D

M

6:15P–7:15P

6/22 ››› 7/20

$53 / $58

234303–D1 M

6:15P–7:15P

7/27 ››› 8/17

$42 / $46

234303–E

TU

4:15P–5:15P

6/23 ››› 7/21

$53 / $58

234303–E1 TU

4:15P–5:15P

7/28 ››› 8/18

$42 / $46

234303–F

SA

11:05A–12:05P

6/27 ››› 7/25

$53 / $58

234303–F1

SA

11:05A–12:05P

8/1 ››› 8/22

$42 / $46

Jr. Level 1 Gymnastics / 4–6 years / CCIA

234303–B

M

5:15P–6:15P

6/22 ››› 7/20

$53 / $58

234303–B1 M

5:15P–6:15P

7/27 ››› 8/17

$42 / $46

234303–C

W

4:15P–5:15P

6/24 ››› 7/22

$53 / $58

234303–C1 W

4:15P–5:15P

7/29 ››› 8/19

$42 / $46

Tumbling Times Parent / Tot 1½–3 years 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. Traditional gymnastic equipment will be used to improve strength, coordination, balance and confidence. CCIA

234301–B

TU

10:00A–10:40A

6/23 ››› 7/21

234301–B1

TU

10:00A–10:40A

7/28 ››› 8/18

$43 / $47 $34 / $37

234301–C

F

10:00A–10:40A

6/26 ››› 7/24

$43 / $47

234301–C1

F

10:00A–10:40A

7/31 ››› 8/21

$34 / $37

234301–D

SA

9:30A–10:10A

6/27 ››› 7/25

$43 / $47

234301–D1 SA

9:30A–10:10A

8/1 ››› 8/22

$34 / $37

WRC

234301–A

M

9:30A–10:10A

6/22 ››› 7/20

$43 / $47

234301–A1

M

9:30A–10:10A

7/27 ››› 8/17

$34 / $37

M

1:00P–2:00P

6/22 ››› 7/20

$53 / $58

Tumbling Times Preschool 3–5 years Preschool and kindergartners improve coordination, strength and balance and build confidence in themselves in an exciting, safe and professionally instructed environment. Basic skills will be introduced on each gymnastic event such as forward rolls, straddle rolls and backward skills.

234303–A1 M

1:00P–2:00P

7/27 ››› 8/17

$42 / $46

CCIA

Jr. Level 1 Gymnastics / 4–6 years / WRC

234303–A

234302–B

TU

10:45A–11:30A

6/23 ››› 7/21

Tumbling Times Level 2 6–14 years / CCIA Level 2 is a more advanced program, in which children master the skills developed in Level 1, while learning new skills on floor, bar, beam and vault. One arm cartwheels, backbends, pullovers, tuck and split jumps are a few of the skills learned. Children who have previously taken a gymnastics class may sign up for Level 2 classes only if they can demonstrate the required skills of a Level 2 gymnast. Children who are unable to meet the skill requirements of the class will be asked to transfer into a more appropriate class.

234302–B1 TU

10:45A–11:30A

7/28 ››› 8/18

$38 / $42

234302–C

W

6:15P–7:00P

6/24 ››› 7/22

$48 / $53

234302–C1 W

6:15P–7:00P

7/29 ››› 8/19

$38 / $42

234302–D

F

10:45A–11:30A

6/26 ››› 7/24

$48 / $53

234302–D1 F

10:45A–11:30A

7/31 ››› 8/21

$38 / $42

234302–E

SA

10:15A–11:00A

6/27 ››› 7/25

$48 / $53

234302–E1

SA

10:15A–11:00A

8/1 ››› 8/22

$38 / $42

234302–F

W

5:15P–6:00P

6/24 ››› 7/22

$48 / $53

234304–A

W

5:15P–6:00P

7/29 ››› 8/19

$38 / $42

M

10:15A–11:00A

6/22 ››› 7/20

$48 / $53

234302–A1 M

10:15A–11:00A

7/27 ››› 8/17

$38 / $42

TU

5:15P–6:15P

6/23 ››› 7/21

$53 / $58

234302–F1

234304–A1 TU

5:15P–6:15P

7/28 ››› 8/18

$42 / $46

WRC

234302–A

Tumbling Times Team 4–14 years / CCIA Tumbling Team is for boys and girls who wish to further develop their tumbling skills. Gymnasts will compete in tumbling meets from October through March in the Illinois Park District Gymnastics Conference. Instructor consent is required. 234308–A

TU

6:15P–7:45P

6/23 ››› 7/21

234308–A1 TU

6:15P–7:45P

7/28 ››› 8/18

$45 / $50

234308–B

F

5:00P–7:00P

6/26 ››› 7/24

$75 / $83

234308–B1 F

5:00P–7:00P

7/31 ››› 8/21

$60 / $66

$48 / $53

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Gymnastics

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Advanced Preschool Gymnastics / CCIA

234302–G

TU

5:15P–6:15P

6/23 ››› 7/21

$53 / $58

234302–G1 TU

5:15P–6:15P

7/28 ››› 8/18

$42 / $46

$56 / $62

Tumbling 4–14 years / CCIA This class will teach basic tumbling skills used by cheerleaders in routines. This class is for those will little or no experience with cheerleading tumbling. 234310–A

M

4:15P–5:15P

6/22 ››› 7/20

$53 / $58

234310–A1

M

4:15P–5:15P

7/27 ››› 8/17

$42 / $46

Gymnastics Attire Pants or shorts without snaps or buckles, tucked in shirts, leotards without skirts. No tights, skirts or ballet shoes. Socks or bare feet. Hair must be pulled back and tied securely.

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Hockey Daily Adult Hockey Monday–Friday 12:30P–3:00P Saturday 6:15A–7:50A Call about Sunday nights $10 / per visit $80 / 10 visits

Sumo Clinics 3+ years / CCIA This class, geared towards the Mite 1 / Squirt level hockey player, focuses on creative scrimmage skills. Full hockey equipment is required. Mite and Squirt

232129–A

TU,TH 6:30P–7:45P

7/7 ››› 7/31

$90

TU,TH 7:55P–9:25P

7/7 ››› 7/31

$90

PW and Bantam

232129–B

Adult Hockey Clinic 18+ years / CCIA Take the fear out of playing the greatest game on earth. Whether you’re a current player or just looking to start, this program will improve your performance and enjoyment. You’ll learn how to execute the five major skills (skating, stick handling, shooting, passing and safe checking.) This clinic is open to men and women. Equipment requirements are still undetermined. Contact Randy Jordan for further details. 232466–A

M

8:30P–10:00P

6/21 ››› 8/23

$140 / $145

Summer Developmental Hockey Lesson 5–15+ years / CCIA Cool off by starting to play the greatest game on earth. From four years old to adults, this nationally noted "SUMO System" program gives all new players the platform to improve quickly while having a great time training. 232469–A

M,W

5:00P–6:20P

6/15 ››› 8/14

$90 / $95

Sled Hockey for the Disabled Do you or someone you know have a physical disability or learning challenge? Try Sled Hockey which meets Sunday nights from 5:50P–7:00P. For registration information, contact NWSRA at 847–392–2848.

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The Hoffman Estates Ice Arena is a premier regional ice facility located at the south end of the Community Center & Ice Arena. This recently renovated arena offers two NHL sized sheets of ice, which are used for freestyle, figure, and hockey skaters, as well as serving as the practice facility for the Chicago Wolves.

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Noon–1:00P 6:30P–8:30P 5:30P–7:0P 3:15P–5:00P

Child Adult Skate Rental

$4 / $5 $6 / $7 $4

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Martial Arts Shotokan Pre Karate 5–7 years Through a variety of fun and creative activities, young children develop coordination, strength and personal safety skills. This program helps your child develop memory and agility skills necessary for success in school and other sports. Optional uniform and protective equipment is available through the ISK instructor. Preschool is required. All classes are taught by instructors of the Illinois Shotokan Karate Club under the direction of John DiPasquale. No class 7/4. If you have participated in less than two sessions, please register for beginning classes.

Youth Tae Kwon Do 7–12 years / WRC American style Tae Kwon Do helps children develop self confidence and self discipline. Coordination skills improve as self defense and basic hand and foot techniques are learned.

IL ShotKarate Club

Youth Advanced / permission required

Youth Beginner

237210–A

TU

6:45P–7:45P

6/9 ››› 8/18

237210–B

TH

6:45P–7:45P

6/11 ››› 8/20

$80 / $88

237210–C

TU,TH 6:45P–7:45P

6/9 ››› 8/20

$140 / $154 $90 / $99

237210–D

TU

7:45P–9:00P

6/9 ››› 8/18

WRC

237210–E

TH

7:45P–9:00P

6/11 ››› 8/20

$90 / $99

237212–A W 5:00P–5:45P 6/10 ››› 8/19 $91 / $100

Beg – 2 or less

237210–F

TU,TH 7:45P–9:00P

6/9 ››› 8/20

$160 / $176

237212–B W 5:45P–6:30P 6/10 ››› 8/19 $91 / $100

Int/Adv – 3+

237212–C F

4:30P–5:15P 6/12 ››› 8/21 $91 / $100

Beg – 1 or less

237212–D F

5:20P–6:05P 6/12 ››› 8/21 $91 / $100

Cont – 2+

237212–E F

6:10P–6:55P 6/12 ››› 8/21 $91 / $100 Adv perm req

237212–F SA 9:00A–9:45A 6/13 ››› 8/29 $91 / $100

Beg/Cont – Wht

Shotokan Parent / Child Karate 7–12 years / IL ShotKarate Club An excellent opportunity to share quality time with your child while developing muscle tone, coordination, cardiovascular fitness and karate skills. Uniforms and belt testing are options available through the ISKC instructor. Fees are per person. Youth and Parent / Child classes will train together. No class 7/4. 237213–A SA 10:00A–11:00A 6/13 ››› 8/29 $91 / $100

Beg/Cont–Wht

237213–B SA 11:10A–12:10P 6/13 ››› 8/29 $91 / $100

Wht w/str–Or

237213–C SA 12:20P–1:20P 6/13 ››› 8/29 $91 / $100

Int Yellow–Gr

237213–D SA 1:30P–2:30P 6/13 ››› 8/29 $91 / $100

Adv Purple–Blk

Shotokan Youth / Adult Karate Karate skills put children in touch with their bodies, and help build coordination, agility, strength and poise for success in other athletic activities. Karate skills also release tension brought on by school and peers. Karate builds self confidence, control and discipline, increasing students academic performance and socialization. All classes are taught by instructors of the Illinois Shotokan Karate Club under the direction of John DiPasquale. No class 7/4.

Adult Tae Kwon Do 12+ years / WRC 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. 237202–A

TU

7:45P–9:30P

6/9 ››› 8/18

237202–B

TH

7:45P–9:30P

6/11 ››› 8/20

$100 / $110 $100 / $110

237202–C

TU,TH 7:45P–9:30P

6/9 ››› 8/20

$180 / $198

Go Ju Ryu Karate 12+ years / WRC This form of the martial arts promotes physical fitness, 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. 237204–A

W

7:00P–8:00P

6/10 ››› 8/19

$66 / $73

237211–H SA 10:00A–11:00A 6/13 ››› 8/29 $91 / $100

Beg/Cont–Wht

237211–I SA 11:10A–12:10P 6/13 ››› 8/29 $91 / $100

Wht w/str–Or

Wing Chun 12+ years / CCIA Aikido combines martial arts forms such as Judo, Jujitsu and Karate. It helps each individual practice confidence, self esteem and discipline. The discipline uses fluid movements to teach self defense. Techniques taught are practiced with and without partners, using joint twisting, pressure points, throws and avoidance. To maximize class instruction time, participants are taught how and what to practice at home.

237211–J SA 12:20P–1:20P 6/13 ››› 8/29 $91 / $100

Int Yellow–Gr

237203–A

237211–K SA 1:30P–2:30P 6/13 ››› 8/29 $91 / $100

Adv Pur–Black

7–14 years / IL ShotKarate Club

SA

1:00P–2:00P

6/13 ››› 8/8

$120 / $132

237211–D F

4:00P–5:00P 6/12 ››› 8/21 $91 / $100

Beg/Cont–Wht

237211–E F

5:00P–6:00P 6/12 ››› 8/21 $91 / $100

Nov Or–Yellow

237211–F F

6:00P–7:30P 6/12 ››› 8/21 $124 / $136 Adv Br–Black

Tai Chi Chuan 18+ years / CCIA Tai Chi Chuan is practiced by millions of people worldwide as an effective form of exercise, stress relief and self defense. Known for its slow, flowing movements and emphasis on inner strength, balance and coordination, Chang Style Tai Chi Chuan combines breathing techniques, meditation and Chi Gong with the Tai Chi form for a low impact aerobic activity. Classes are held in a friendly manner with no emphasis on martial arts rank.

237211–G F

7:30P–8:30P 6/12 ››› 8/21 $91 / $100

Beginning Tai Chi

8+ years / WRC

237211–A W 6:30P–7:25P 6/10 ››› 8/19 $91 / $100

Beg/Cont–Wht

237211–B W 7:30P–8:25P 6/10 ››› 8/19 $91 / $100

Novice Or–Blue

237211–C W 7:30P–9:00P 6/10 ››› 8/19 $124 / $136 Int/Adv Gr–Bla

Int Blue–Purple

237201–A

Self Defense 16+ years / CCIA Don’t be afraid of Martial Arts. This class is geared toward adults and taught in a traditional Ho Bop Tae Kwon Do manner emphasizing traditional values. Ho Bop is an aerobic workout and helps to develop hand eye coordination, balance and strength. 237206–A SA 2:00P–3:00P 6/13 ››› 8/8

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$80 / $88

TU

6:30P–7:30P

6/9 ››› 8/18

$66 / $73

TU

6:30P–7:30P

6/9 ››› 8/18

$66 / $73

TU

7:00P–7:30P

6/9 ››› 8/18

$33 / $36

Continuing

237201–B Players

237201–C

$120 / $132

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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, Willow Racquet Club members enjoy use of the facility locker rooms. $48 Resident / $36 with Fitness Membership

Permanent Court Time Racquetball and wallyball courts may be reserved by Willow Racquet Club member for a specific amount of time at the appropriate hourly rate on a prepaid basis only. There is a 10 week pre paid minimum. Open Racquetball Members may reserve court time one week in advance. Nonmembers may reserve court time 24 hours in advance. Call the Willow front desk at 847–285–5440. Open Wallyball Any Willow Racquet Club member wishing to play wallyball only needs to pay the appropriate court fee. Nonmembers must pay court fees plus $2 per person. This entitles nonmembers to wallyball only.

Adult Racquet League 18+ years / WRC 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. Register by June 5th.

Court Hours & Fees Monday–Friday 6:00A–9:00A Monday–Friday 9:00P– 5:00P Monday–Friday 5:30P–10:00P Saturday 6:00P–5:00P Saturday 5:30P–7:00P Sunday 7:00A–5:00P

$3.50 $7 $7 $7 $7 $7

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Men’s Tuesday B

234003–A

TU

6:00P–9:00P

6/16 ››› 8/25

$44 / $49

W

6:00P–9:00P

6/17 ››› 8/26

$44 / $49

M–F

6:00A–7:30A

6/15 ››› 8/28

$22 / $25

M

7:00P–9:00P

6/15 ››› 8/24

$24/ $27

Men’s Wednesday C

234003–B Early Bird

234003–C Monday Doubles

234003–D

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Indoor Tennis Tennis Court Fees at PSS&WC Prime Time $20 / hour Non Prime Time $16 / hour

Little Netters 4–5 years / PSS&WC Youngsters are introduced to the world of tennis in this basic skills class. Movement and tracking skills are taught, but the emphasis is on having fun and establishing a positive tennis experience. 230015–A

M

11:30A–12:15P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$55 / $60

230015–B

M

12:15P–1:00P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$55 / $60

230015–C

W

3:00P–3:45P

6/17 ››› 7/8

$55 / $60

230015–D

M

11:30A–12:15P

7/13 ››› 8/10

$69 / $76

230015–E

M

12:15P–1:00P

7/13 ››› 8/10

$69 / $76

230015–F

W

3:00P–3:45P

7/15 ››› 8/12

$69 / $76

Netters 5–6 years / PSS&WC Youngsters are introduced to the world of tennis in this basic fundamental class. Movement and tracking skills are taught, but the emphasis is on having fun and establishing a positive tennis experience.

Baseliners 1 9–11 years / PSS&WC Students continue to develop their game, while refining their basic skills. Using situational drills and games, this class helps students establish a solid foundation for future development and helps them build a lifelong love of tennis. 230019–A

M

5:30P–6:30P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$86 / $95

230019–B

TU

1:00P–2:00P

6/16 ››› 7/7

$86 / $95

230019–C

TH

2:00P–3:00P

6/18 ››› 7/9

$86 / $95

230019–D

M

5:30P–6:30P

7/13 ››› 8/10

$107 / $118

230019–E

TU

1:00P–2:00P

7/14 ››› 8/11

$107 / $118

230019–F

TH

2:00P–3:00P

7/16 ››› 8/13

$107 / $118

Baseliners 2 11–12 years / PSS&WC Students continue to develop their game, while refining their basic skills. Using situational drills and games, this class helps students establish a solid foundation for future development and helps them build a lifelong love of tennis. 230020–A

TU

5:30P–6:30P

6/16 ››› 7/7

$86 / $95

230020–B

W

2:00P–3:00P

6/17 ››› 7/8

$86 / $95

230020–C

TU

5:30P–6:30P

7/14 ››› 8/11

$107 / $118

230020–D

W

2:00P–3:00P

7/15 ››› 8/12

$107 / $118

230016–A

M

4:00P–4:45P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$55 / $60

230016–B

TU

3:00P–3:45P

6/16 ››› 7/7

$55 / $60

230016–C

W

3:45P–4:30P

6/17 ››› 7/8

$55 / $60

230016–D

W

4:15P–5:00P

6/17 ››› 7/8

$55 / $60

Excellence 11+ years / PSS&WC Experienced young athletes take a swing at understanding tennis strategies for match play. Students learn the value of developing a complete game, as they continue to enhance their skills while having fun! This class is for students with tennis experience.

230016–E

TH

1:00P–2:00P

6/18 ››› 7/9

$86 / $95

230023–A

M

5:30P–7:00P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$129 / $142

230016–F

M

4:00P–4:45P

7/13 ››› 8/10

$69 / $76

230023–B

W

4:30P–6:00P

6/17 ››› 7/8

$129 / $142

230016–G

TU

3:00P–3:45P

7/14 ››› 8/11

$69 / $76

230023–C

TH

4:30P–6:00P

6/18 ››› 7/9

$129 / $142

230016–H

W

3:45P–4:30P

7/15 ››› 8/12

$69 / $76

230023–D

M

5:30P–7:00P

7/13 ››› 8/10

$161 / $177

230016–I

W

4:15P–5:00P

7/15 ››› 8/12

$69 / $76

230023–E

W

4:30P–6:00P

7/15 ››› 8/12

$161 / $177

230016–J

TH

1:00P–2:00P

7/16 ››› 8/13

$107 / $118

230023–F

TH

4:30P–6:00P

7/16 ››› 8/13

$161 / $177

230017–A

M

4:45P–5:30P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$55 / $60

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.

230017–B

TU

3:45P–4:30P

6/16 ››› 7/7

$55 / $60

230030–A

TH

7:00P–8:00P

6/18 ››› 7/9

230017–C

TU

6:30P–7:30P

6/16 ››› 7/7

$86 / $95

230030–B

SA

8:00A–9:00A

6/20 ››› 7/11

$65 / $71

230017–D

TH

3:00P–4:00P

6/18 ››› 7/9

$86 / $95

230030–C

SU

9:30A–11:00A

6/28 ››› 7/12

$65 / $71

230017–E

M

4:45P–5:30P

7/13 ››› 8/10

$69 / $76

230030–D

TH

7:00P–8:00P

7/16 ››› 8/13

$107 / $118

230017–F

TU

3:45P–4:30P

7/14 ››› 8/11

$69 / $76

230030–E

SA

8:00A–9:00A

7/18 ››› 8/15

$107 / $118

230017–G

TU

6:30P–7:30P

7/14 ››› 8/11

$107 / $118

230030–F

SU

9:30A–11:00A

7/19 ››› 8/16

$161 / $177

230017–H

TH

3:00P–4:00P

7/16 ››› 8/13

$107 / $118

Half Volleys 1 6–7 years / PSS&WC Beginners increase their net performance as they continue to learn tennis fundamentals. This class helps students enhance motor and racket skills, while nurturing their love of the game.

$86 / $95

Half Volleys 2 8–9 years / PSS&WC Beginners increase their net performance as they continue to learn tennis fundamentals. This class helps students enhance motor and racquet skills, while still allowing them to enjoy the game.

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230018–A

M

1:00P–2:00P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$86 / $95

230018–B

TU

4:30P–5:30P

6/16 ››› 7/7

$86 / $95

230018–C

TH

6:00P–7:00P

6/18 ››› 7/9

$86 / $95

230018–D

M

1:00P–2:00P

7/13 ››› 8/10

$107 / $118

230018–E

TU

4:30P–5:30P

7/14 ››› 8/11

$107 / $118

230018–F

TH

6:00P–7:00P

7/16 ››› 8/13

$107 / $118

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Outdoor Tennis

Adult Advanced Beginner 18+ years / PSS&WC 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. 230031–A

M

6:30P–8:00P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$129 / $142

230031–B

TU

7:30P–9:00P

6/16 ››› 7/7

$129 / $142

230031–C

SA

9:00A–10:30A

6/20 ››› 7/11

$97 / $107

230031–D

SU

11:00A–12:30P

6/28 ››› 7/12

$65 / $71

Youth Tennis Hey kids, get out and experience the exciting world of tennis this summer. We’ll focus on fundamental tennis skills, including grips, swings, volleys, serves, overhead smash and beginning tennis strategies. Students will begin to develop their game, while continuing to work on and refine their basic skills. Increased playtime allows students to apply their skills. Instructors will contact students as soon as possible in case of weather related cancellation. Rain make ups are held on Friday of the same week, weather permitting.

230031–E

M

6:30P–8:00P

7/13 ››› 8/10

$161 / $177

5–7 years / High Point Park

230031–F

TU

7:30P–9:00P

7/14 ››› 8/11

$161 / $177

237002–A

M,W

9:00A–10:00A

6/15 ››› 7/8

$106 / $117

230031–G

SA

9:00A–10:30A

7/18 ››› 8/15

$161 / $177

237002–L

M,W

9:00A–10:00A

7/13 ››› 8/12

$132 / $145

230031–H

SU

11:00A–12:30P

7/19 ››› 8/16

$161 / $177

5–7 years / WRC

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 strategies to help make you a better competitor. This class emphasizes enjoyment of the game and competition in a positive environment. 230032–A

SA

10:30A–12:00P

6/20 ››› 7/11

$97 / $107

230032–B

SA

10:30A–12:00P

7/18 ››› 8/15

$161 / $177

237002–D

TU,TH 9:00A–10:00A

6/16 ››› 7/9

$106 / $117

237002–O

TU,TH 9:00A–10:00A

7/14 ››› 8/13

$132 / $145

Athletics — tennis

Indoor Tennis

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6–8 years / Cannon Crossings

237002–G

M,W

10:00A–11:00A

6/15 ››› 7/8

$106 / $117

237002–I

M,W

2:00P–3:00P

6/15 ››› 7/9

$106 / $117

237002–R

TU,TH 10:00A–11:00A

7/14 ››› 8/13

$132 / $145

237002–T

TU,TH 2:00P–3:00P

7/14 ››› 8/13

$132 / $145

8–10 years / High Point Park

237002–B

M,W

10:00A–11:00A

6/15 ››› 7/8

$106 / $117

237002–M

M,W

10:00A–11:00A

7/13 ››› 8/12

$132 / $145

8–10 years / WRC

237002–E

TU,TH 10:00A–11:00A

6/16 ››› 7/9

$106 / $117

237002–P

TU,TH 10:00A–11:00A

7/14 ››› 8/13

$132 / $145

9–11 years / Cannon Crossings

237002–H

M,W

11:00A–12:00P

6/15 ››› 7/8

$106 / $117

237002–J

M,W

3:00P–4:00P

6/15 ››› 7/8

$106 / $117

237002–S

TU,TH 11:00A–12:00P

7/14 ››› 8/13

$132 / $145

237002–U

TU,TH 3:00P–4:00P

7/14 ››› 8/13

$132 / $145

11–13 years / High Point Park

237002–C

M,W

11:00A–12:00P

6/15 ››› 7/8

$106 / $117

237002–N

M,W

11:00A–12:00P

7/13 ››› 8/12

$132 / $145

11–13 years / WRC

237002–F

TU,TH 11:00A–12:00P

6/16 ››› 7/9

$106 / $117

237002–K

W

6/17 ››› 7/8

$80 / $88

237002–Q

TU,TH 11:00A–12:00P

7/14 ››› 8/13

$132 / $145

237002–V

W

7/15 ››› 8/12

$100 / $110

5:30P–7:00P 5:30P–7:00P

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Full Day Camps Full Day Camp Parent Orientation Wednesday, June 3 at 7:00P at Community Center & Ice Arena

Explorers Camp Explore a variety of summer fun in sports, crafts, games, nature activities, art projects, science experiments, drama and music. Campers will swim Tuesday and Thursday at Seascape. All day field trips are scheduled on Fridays. An afternoon snack will be provided each day but campers should bring a sack lunch and beverage. Each camper receives a t-shirt and bag. Jr. Explorers Camp: Grades 1st–2nd in fall 2009 Explorers Camp: Grades 3rd–5th in fall 2009

M–F / 9:00A–3:30P / $118 / $130 Lakeview School

Thomas Jefferson

Jr. Explorers Explorers

Jr. Explorers Explorers

236100–A

236102–A

236100–I

236102–I

6/8 ››› 6/12

Week 1 — Hollywood Park

36100–B

236102–B

236100–J

236102–J

6/15 ››› 6/19

Week 2 — Wheeling Waterpark

236100–C

236102–C

236100–K

236102–K

6/22 ››› 6/26

Week 3 — Schaumburg Flyers Game

236100–D

236102–D

236100–L

236102–L

6/29 ››› 7/3

Week 4 — Safari Land

236100–E

236102–E

236100–M

236102–M

7/6 ››› 7/10

Week 5 — Magic Waters or Mystic Waters Waterpark

236100–F

236102–F

236100–N

236102–N

7/13 ››› 7/17

Week 6 — Rainbow Falls Waterpark

236100–G

236102–G

236100–O

236102–O

7/20 ››› 7/24

Week 7 — Brookfield Zoo

236100–H

236102–H

236100–P

236102–P

7/27 ››› 7/31

Week 8 — Glencoe Beach

Sports Plus Camps Eisenhower Jr. High School Each week campers will learn a new sport through drills, game situations and special clinics. Discover the value of good sportsmanship and importance of belonging to a team. Campers will swim Mondays and Wednesdays at Seascape. Once a week campers will also visit the driving range, indoor climbing wall or ice rink. Campers must bring a sack lunch, beverage and water bottle to camp. Jr. Sports Plus Camp: Grades 1st–2nd in fall 2009 JV Sports Plus Camp: Grades 3rd–4th in fall 2009 Varsity Sports Plus Camp: Grades 5th–6th in fall 2009

M–F / 9:00A–3:30P / $128 / $140 Jr. Sports

JV Sports

Varsity Sports

237110–A

237111–A

237113–A

6/8 ››› 6/12

Week 1 — Hollywood Park Trip — Flag Football, Floor Hockey

237110–B

237111–B

237113–B

6/15 ››› 6/19

Week 2 — Wheeling Waterpark — Archery, Volleyball

237110–C

237111–C

237113–C

6/22 ››› 6/26

Week 3 — Schaumburg Flyers Game — Baseball, Soccer

237110–D

237111–D

237113–D

6/29 ››› 7/3

Week 4 — Cougars Game — Baggo, Track & Field, Sports Camp Olympics 2009

237110–E

237111–E

237113–E

7/6 ››› 7/10

Week 5 — Magic Waters or Mystic Waters — Floor Hockey, Baseball

237110–F

237111–F

237113–F

7/13 ››› 7/17

Week 6 — Rainbow Falls Waterpark — Base-ketball, Volleyball

237110–G

237111–G

237113–G

7/20 ››› 7/24

Week 7 — Fox Valley Sports — Archery, Soccer

237110–H

237111–H

237113–H

7/27 ››› 7/31

Week 8 — Glencoe Beach — Floor Hockey, Baseball

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Creative Arts Camp Grades 1st –5th in fall 2009 / CCIA Campers will explore creative arts, such as theater, art, pottery, dance and crafts. On Tuesday and Thursday campers get a well rounded experience in the arts. Campers will swim at Seascape Aquatic Center on Monday and Wednesday. Field trips on Friday. Campers must bring a sack lunch every day. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt and bag. Creative Arts Camp is a two week camp session. 235109–A

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

6/8 ››› 6/19

$256 / $280

Camp Millionaire 10–13 years / CCIA At Camp Millionaire you will empower your kids with the knowledge that they are fully in charge of creating their own lives and that includes how much money they want to have when they grow up. Accelerated teaching techniques are used to break down complicated financial concepts into understandable information by using a variety of role playing, games and activities. Your child will walk out of our program truly feeling like they can be a millionaire one day.

235109–B

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

6/22 ››› 7/3

$256 / $280

236114–A

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

7/20 ››› 7/24

235109–C

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

7/6 ››› 7/17

$256 / $280

236114–B

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

7/27 ››› 7/31

$225 / $247

235109–D

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

7/20 ››› 7/31

$256 / $280

236114–C

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

8/3 ››› 8/7

$225 / $247

236114–D

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

8/10 ››› 8/14

$225 / $247

Science Discovery Grades1 –5 in fall 2009 / Vogelei Join us for this specialty camp as we experiment with different science methods including bubbles, water, chemistry, rockets. Monday and Wednesday will be spent experimenting and developing a love for science. Campers will swim Tuesday and Thursday at Seascape. All day field trips are scheduled on Fridays. Campers should bring a sack lunch every day. Each camper will receive a t-shirt and bag. st

$225 / $247

th

236112–G

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

6/22 ››› 6/26

$128 / $141

236112–H

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

7/20 ››› 7/24

$128 / $141

Nature Exploration Grades 1st–5th in fall 2009 / Vogelei Children will be given the opportunity to learn about our natural environment, through participation in nature walks, craft, games, and other activities to gain an appreciation for the world in which we live. Children will swim at Seascape on Tuesday and Thursday and will attend weekly field trips on Fridays. Campers should bring a sack lunch each day. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt and bag. 236112–E

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

6/15 ››› 6/19

$128 / $141

236112–F

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

7/13 ››› 7/17

$128 / $141

Teen Camp Grades 6th–8th in fall 2009 / Lincoln Prairie School Young adults will develop leadership skills while enjoying new experiences through activities including sports, crafts, swimming and field trips. Bring a sack lunch and beverage each day. A refrigerator is not available. Each camper receives a t-shirt and bag. Swimming is scheduled for Mondays and Wednesdays. Field trips are held every Friday. Community service projects are scheduled once a week. Six Flags Great America trip and Chicago White Sox trip will be planned. *Additional fees may apply to some teen camp field trips. M–F

9:00A–3:30P

$128 / $140

236105–A

6/8 ››› 6/12

Week 1 — Hollywood Park

236105–B

6/15 ››› 6/19

Week 2 — Wheeling Waterpark

236105–C

6/22 ››› 6/26

Week 3 — Schaumburg Flyer Game

236105–D

6/29 ››› 7/3

Week 4 — Kane County Cougars

236105–E

7/6 ››› 7/10

Week 5 — Magic Waters Waterpark

236105–F

7/13 ››› 7/17

Week 6 — Great America

236105–G

7/20 ››› 7/24

Week 7 — Chicago White Sox Game

236105–H

7/27 ››› 7/31

Week 8 — Glencoe Beach

Green Kids Grades 1st–5th in fall 2009 / Vogelei Reduce, Reuse, Recycle — learn how you can help save our planet. Campers will learn fun and easy things that can be done every day to help the environment. Games, crafts and field trips will teach the children how they can GO GREEN! Children will swim at Seascape on Tuesday and Thursday and will attend weekly field trips on Fridays. Campers should bring a sack lunch each day. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt and bag. 236112–I

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

7/6 ››› 7/10

$128 / $141

236112–J

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

7/27 ››› 7/31

$128 / $141

Camps — full day camps — end of summer bonus camps

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End of Summer Bonus Camps Splash Down Camp 6–14 years / CCIA Pack your swimsuit and towel for fun in the sun! This specialty camp promises kids an action packed last week of summer as we visit water parks and pools each day. We will visit surrounding pools on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Seascape on Tuesday and Thursday.

All Stars Camp 6–14 years / WRC In this action packed week of sports, campers participate in a wide variety of games and activities, from soccer and basketball to floor hockey and more. Campers also enjoy visits to Seascape on Tuesdays and Thursdays and some sports related field trips.

236112–A

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

8/3 ››› 8/7

$128 / $140

236112–C

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

8/3 ››› 8/7

$128 / $140

236112–B

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

8/10 ››› 8/14

$128 / $140

236112–D

M–F 9:00A–3:30P

8/10 ››› 8/14

$128 / $140

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236111–A

8:20A–4:00P 6/8 ››› 6/12

$13 / $15

Early Arrival Camp / Late Stay Camp Enjoy two hours extra every day before or after camp. Early Arrival Camp is available to all children enrolled in Explorers, Sports, Creative Arts, Teen or Vogelei Camps. Thomas Jefferson Early Arrival is solely available for children enrolled in Explorers Camp at Thomas Jefferson. Campers enrolled in Willow or CCIA Early Arrival will be bussed to their appropriate camp locations. Late Stay is available to all campers enrolled in Explorers, Sports, Arts, Teen or Vogelei Camps.

236111–B

8:20A–4:00P 6/15 ››› 6/19

$13 / $15

Early Arrival — 7:00A–9:00A — $28 / $31

236111–C

8:20A–4:00P 6/22 ››› 6/26

$13 / $15

Late Stay — 3:30P–6:00P — $36 / $40

236111–D

8:20A–4:00P 6/29 ››› 7/3

$13 / $15

236111–E

8:20A–4:00P 7/6 ››› 7/10

$13 / $15

236111–F

8:20A–4:00P 7/13 ››› 7/17

$13 / $15

236111–G

8:20A–4:00P 7/20 ››› 7/24

$13 / $15

236111–H

8:20A–4:00P 7/27 ››› 7/31

$13 / $15

236111–I

8:20A–4:00P 8/3 ››› 8/7

$13 / $15

236111–J

8:20A–4:00P 8/10 ››› 8/14

$13 / $15

Camp Bus Service 6–14 years / WRC This year we’re making it easier for north-siders to attend Teen, Arts and Sports Camps. Our camp bus service picks campers up at Willow, each morning promptly at 8:20A. After camp, the bus returns all campers to Willow at 4:00P. All campers must be dropped off and picked up precisely on time. Those who require extended care should enroll in early arrival or late stay program.

Camp Registration Procedures

Early Arrival Late Stay 236103–A

236104–A

6/8 ››› 6/12

236103–A1

236104–A1

6/15 ››› 6/19

236103–B

236104–B

6/22 ››› 6/26

236103–B1

36104–B1

6/29 ››› 7/3

236103–C

236104–C

7/6 ››› 7/10

236103–C1

236104–C1

7/13 ››› 7/17

236103–D

236104–D

7/20 ››› 7/24

236103–D1

236104–D1

7/27 ››› 7/31

236103–E

236104–E

8/3 ››› 8/7

Camp Registration Information

236103–E1

236104–E1

8/10 ››› 8/14

Registration is available online or at Community Center & Ice Arena or Willow

Thomas Jefferson (for campers enrolled in Explorers at Thomas Jefferson)

Recreation Center. Registration requires a special registration form for the following

236103–L

236104–F

6/8 ››› 6/12

camps — Explorers, Creative Arts, Sports, Teen, Nature, Science, Go Green and Bonus

236103–L1

236104–F1

6/15 ››› 6/19

236103–M

236104–G

6/22 ››› 6/26

236103–M

1 236104–G1

6/29 ››› 7/3

236103–N

236104–H

7/6 ››› 7/10

236103–N1

236104–H1

7/13 ››› 7/17

Week Camps. Full day camps require emergency forms to be completed at the time of registration. Registration will close the Thursday before each session at 5:00P for staffing and supply purposes.

Payment Information Full payment is due at the time of registration. A $5 sibling discount is available

236103–P

236104–J

7/20 ››› 7/24

for each full day camp session. Sibling discount is not available for early arrival,

236103–P1

236104–J1

7/27 ››› 7/31

late stay, bus service or online registration. Refunds, Transfers and Cancellations

Willow Recreation (for campers enrolled in Arts, Sports, Teen or Vogelei Camps)

Transfers cannot be made for a camp session once the session begins. No refunds

236103–F

236104–F

6/8 ››› 6/12

236103–F1

236104–F1

6/15 ››› 6/19

will be issued after the start of each camp session unless accompanied by a medical note. We are unable to prorate fees for days missed due to illness, vacation or behavior suspensions.

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236103–G

236104–G

6/22 ››› 6/26

236103–G1

236104–G1

6/29 ››› 7/3

Contact Information

236103–H

236104–H

7/6 ››› 7/10

For information regarding half day camps, contact Alisa Kapusinski at 847–781–3631.

236103–H1

236104–H1

7/13 ››› 7/17

For information regarding full day camps, contact Carolyn Ray at 847–885–7500 x635.

236103–J

236104–J

7/20 ››› 7/24

236103–J1

236104–J1

7/27 ››› 7/31

236103–K

236104–K

8/3 ››› 8/7

236103–K1

236104–K1

8/10 ››› 8/14

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Specialty Camps

Preschool Kidz Camp 3–4 years This two hour camp is a great way to introduce preschool aged children to the camp experience as they explore, learn, play and make new friends. Campers enjoy art, dramatic play, science, songs, outdoor play and active games. All campers must be toilet trained. Pull ups and diapers are not permitted. Each camper receives a camp t-shirt.

Preschool Summer Sampler 3–5 years This special mini week of camp is the perfect start to your child’s summer. Campers enjoy art, dramatic play, songs, outdoor play and active games. All campers must be toilet trained.

CCIA

Willow Recreation

CCIA

235103–A

TU–TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/2 ››› 6/4

$24 / $27

6/2 ››› 6/4

$24 / $27

235104–A

M-TH

9:15A–11:15A

6/8 ››› 6/18

$63 / $72

235104–B

M-TH

9:15A–11:15A

6/22 ››› 7/2

$63 / $72

235104–C

M-TH

9:15A–11:15A

7/6 ››› 7/16

$63 / $72

235104–D

M-TH

9:15A–11:15A

7/20 ››› 7/30

$63 / $72

235104–E

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/9 ››› 6/18

$32 / $35

235104–F

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/23 ››› 7/2

$32 / $35

235104–G

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/7-›››7/16

$32 / $35

235104–H

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/21 ››› 7/30

$32 / $35

235104–I

M,W,F 9:15A–11:15A

6/8 ››› 6/19

$48 / $53

Safety Town Vogelei This safety education program introduces children to everything from pedestrian, car and bike safety to fire and home safety. Children can bring their own bikes and helmets or ride our Big Wheels through simulated streets to learn the value of street safety. Under guidance, youngsters practice safety related solutions in a variety of hands on situations. Visits from police officers and other safety professionals aid in the learning process. Participants should bring a water bottle filled with water each day.

235104–J

M,W,F 9:15A–11:15A

6/22 ››› 7/3

$48 / $53

3–4 years / level 1

235104–K

M,W,F 9:15A–11:15A

7/6 ››› 7/17

$48 / $53

236113–A

M–TH 9:00A–9:45A

6/8 ››› 6/18

$48 / $53

236113–B

M–TH 9:00A–9:45A

6/22 ››› 7/2

$25 / $29

M–TH 9:00A–9:45A

7/6 ››› 7/16

$25 / $29

M–TH 9:00A–9:45A

7/20 ››› 7/30

$25 / $29

235103–B

WRC

235104–L

M,W,F 9:15A–11:15A

7/20 ››› 7/31

235104–M

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/9 ››› 6/18

$32 / $35

236113–C

235104–N

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/23 ››› 7/2

$32 / $35

236113–D

TU–TH 9:15A–11:15A

$25 / $29

235104–O

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/7 ››› 7/16

$32 / $35

5–6 years / level 2

235104–P

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/21 ››› 7/30

$32 / $35

236113–E

M–TH 10:00A–11:00A 6/8 ››› 6/18

236113–F

M–TH 10:00A–11:00A 6/22 ››› 7/2

$34 / $38

Kinder Camp Grades Kindergarden–1st in fall 2009 Children will make new friends as they explore weekly themes through craft projects, classroom activities and outdoor play. Each camper receives a camp t-shirt.

236113–G

M–TH 10:00A–11:00A 7/6 ››› 7/16

$34 / $38

236113–H

M–TH 10:00A–11:00A 7/20 ››› 7/30

$34 / $38

236113–I

M–TH 11:15A–12:30P 6/8 ››› 6/18

$42 / $46

M–TH — 9:00A–11:30A — $80 / $88

236113–J

M–TH 11:15A–12:30P 6/22 ››› 7/2

$42 / $46

236113–K

M–TH 11:15A–12:30P 7/6 ››› 7/16

$42 / $46

236113–L

M–TH 11:15A–12:30P 7/20 ››› 7/30

$42 / $46

CCIA

7–9 years / level 3

WRC

235105–A

6/8 ››› 6/18

235105–E

6/8 ››› 6/18

235105–B

6/22 ››› 7/2

235105–F

6/22 ››› 7/2

235105–C

7/6 ››› 7/16

235105–G

7/6 ››› 7/16

235105–D

7/20 ››› 7/30

235105–H

7/20 ››› 7/30

$34 / $38

Camps — camp extras — half day camps — specialty camps

Half Day Camps

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Half Day Explorers Camp Grades 1st–5th in fall 2009 Want to attend camp, but not up for the spending the whole day away from home? Half day Explorers Camp will give children the opportunity to participate in all the fun camp has to offer, in a shorter time frame. Children will explore sports, crafts, games, nature, science, drama and music. Swimming and lunch time is not provided in half-day camp. Half day campers will be given the opportunity to attend the Friday field trips for an additional cost of $25 each week. Each camper will receive a t-shirt and bag. M–TH — 9:00A–12:00P — $45 / $50 Lakeview School

Willow Recreation Center

Timber Trails School

236101–A

6/8 ››› 6/12

236101–I

6/8 ››› 6/12

236101–Q

6/8 ››› 6/12

236101–B

6/15 ››› 6/19

236101–J

6/15 ››› 6/19

236101–R

6/15 ››› 6/16

236101–C

6/22 ››› 6/26

236101–K

6/22 ››› 6/26

236101–S

6/22 ››› 6/26

236101–D

6/29 ››› 7/3

236101–L

6/29 ››› 7/3

236101–T

6/29 ››› 7/3

236101–E

7/6 ››› 7/10

236101–M

7/6 ››› 7/10

236101–U

7/6 ››› 7/10

236101–F

7/13 ››› 7/17

236101–N

7/13 ››› 7/17

236101–V

7/13 ››› 7/17

236101–G

7/20 ››› 7/24

236101–O

7/20 ››› 7/24

236101–W

7/20 ››› 7/24

236101–H

7/27 ››› 7/31

236101–P

7/27 ››› 7/31

236101–X

7/27 ››› 7/31

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Leadership Camp

Athletic Camps

Camp Leadership 13–15 years Teen leaders will be working with the younger children in our summer camps, planning, leading activities and craft projects. No previous camp experience necessary. Campers will gain important work experience. Teen leaders will receive a t-shirt. Limited availability only one teen leader per session code.

Hawks Baseball Camp Grades 1–8 / HE HS Baseball Field This two week camp will instruct players on the fundamentals of hitting, throwing, pitching and fielding techniques. Each week will offer individual instruction, game situations and competitions. Campers will need to bring their own glove each day. Dress in athletic apparel. No cleats will be allowed. Players will be split up by age group and ability level.

CCIA

235106–A

M–TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/8 ››› 6/18

$36 / $40

Both Skills Camps – $175 / $200

235106–A1

M–TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/22 ››› 7/2

$36 / $40

237120–A

M–F

10:00A-–2:00P

6/8 ››› 6/12

$100 / $110

235106–A2

M–TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/6 ››› 7/16

$36 / $40

237120–B

M–F

10:00A-–2:00P

6/15 ››› 6/19

$100 / $110

235106–A3

M–TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/20 ››› 7/30

$36 / $40

235106–B

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/9 ››› 6/18

$18 / $20

235106–B1

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/23 ››› 7/2

$18 / $20

235106–B2

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/7 ››› 7/16

$18 / $20

235106–B3

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/21 ››› 7/30

$18 / $20

235106–C

M–TH 9:00A–11:30A

6/8 ››› 6/18

$45 / $49

235106–C1

M–TH 9:00A–11:30A

6/22 ››› 7/2

$45 / $49

235106–C2

M–TH 9:00A–11:30A

7/6 ››› 7/16

$45 / $49

235106–C3

M–TH 9:00A–11:30A

7/20 ››› 7/30

$45 / $49

235106–D

M,W,F 9:15A–11:15A

6/8 ››› 6/19

$27 / $30

232133–A

235106–D1

M,W,F 9:15A–11:15A

6/22 ››› 7/3

$27 / $30

Intermediate

235106–D2

M,W,F 9:15A–11:15A

7/6 ››› 7/17

$27 / $30

235106–D3

M,W,F 9:15A–11:15A

7/20 ››› 7/31

$27 / $30

235106–E

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/9 ››› 6/18

$18 / $20

235106–E1

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

6/23 ››› 7/2

$18 / $20

235106–E2

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/7 ››› 7/16

$18 / $20

235106–E3

TU,TH 9:15A–11:15A

7/21 ››› 7/30

$18 / $20

235106–F

TH

9:00A–11:30A

6/8 ››› 6/18

$45 / $49

235106–F1

TH

9:00A–11:30A

6/22 ››› 7/2

$45 / $49

235106–F2

TH

9:00A–11:30A

7/6 ››› 7/16

$45 / $49

235106–F3

M–TH 9:00A–11:30A

7/20 ››› 7/30

$45 / $49

235106–G

M–TH 9:00A–12:00P

6/8 ››› 6/18

$54 / $59

235106–G1

M–TH 9:00A–12:00P

6/22 ››› 7/2

$54 / $59

235106–G2

M–TH 9:00A–12:00P

7/6››› 7/16

$54 / $59

235106–G3

M–TH 9:00A–12:00P

7/20 ››› 7/30

$54 / $59

I.C.E. Summer Program 8+ years / CCIA The high level is for skaters in levels Pre Juvenile–Senior or ISI skaters level 7 and above. Skaters will follow a track each day designed to best suit the needs of each level. Included in the cost is — off ice warm up, on ice jump technique, on ice specialty class, off ice conditioning and ballet class and 1 freestyle each day. *Additional feestyle must be contracted. Occasional outings to Seascape will be available and included in the price. Families of skaters are welcome to attend for free on these pool visits. High

WRC

232133–B

M,W,F 9:00A–3:30P

6/8 ››› 8/14

$600 / $625

M,W,F 9:00A–3:30P

6/8 ››› 8/14

$600 / $625

M,W,F 9:00A–3:30P

6/8 ››› 8/14

$600 / $625

Low

232133–C

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Wolf Pack Hockey Camp 4–14 years / CCIA Designed specifically for hockey newcomers, house and new travel players, this camp offers professional instruction to ensure a fun, healthy experience. Each day includes 1½ hours of organized ice time where players work on stick handling, shooting, passing, safe checking, afternoon scrimmage games, daily off ice plyometric and stick handling practice. This camp is designed for Mite, Squirt, Pee Wee, Bantam players. Campers will be divided into age groups each day. Full hockey equipment is required.

Tennis Plus Camp 7–12 years / PSS&WC This camp is a smash hit with tennis players of all skill levels. Young players get on court tennis instruction and match experience under the supervision of Prairie Stone tennis professionals. Campers also enjoy energetic off court activities like swimming, wall climbing, volleyball, basketball. The student instructor ratio is 8:1. There will be no camp 7/3. Full Day

230115–A

M–F

9:30A–2:30P

6/8 ››› 6/12

230115–B

M–F

9:30A–2:30P

6/15 ››› 6/19

$194 / $213

230115–C

M–F

9:30A–2:30P

6/22 ››› 6/26

$194 / $213

230115–D

M–TH 9:30A–2:30P

6/29 ››› 7/2

$155 / $170

230115–E

M–F

9:30A–2:30P

7/6 ››› 7/10

$194 / $213

230115–F

M–F

9:30A–2:30P

7/13 ››› 7/17

$194 / $213

Lacrosse America Camp Grades 3–9 / Olmstead North Staff and special guests will instruct boys and girls in stick handling, dodging, shooting and defense. Camp emphasizes individual skill development, the rules of the game and sportsmanship. Contest, situation drills and scrimmages will add to the day’s fun. Equipment will be available for participants to borrow. Players should bring their own water bottles and mouth guard. All participants will receive a camp shirt. Questions, please call 847–412–5529.

230115–G

M–F

9:30A–2:30P

7/20 ››› 7/24

$194 / $213

230115–H

M–F

9:30A–2:30P

7/27 ››› 7/31

$194 / $213

230115–I

M–F

9:30A–2:30P

8/3 ››› 8/7

$194 /$213

230115–J

M–F

9:30A–2:30P

8/10 ››› 8/14

$194 / $213

M–F

9:30A–12:30P

6/8 ››› 6/12

$97 / $106

230116–A1 M–F

1:00P–4:00P

6/8 ››› 6/12

$97 / $106

237115–A

230116–B

9:30A–12:30P

6/15 ››› 6/19

$97 / $106

230116–B1 M–F

1:00P–4:00P

6/15 ››› 6/19

$97 / $106

Rugby Camp 8–14years / Pebble Park This non contact program will introduce you to the international sport of rugby. Ball handling, running, kicking and laws of the game will be covered. This program is being run in partnership with the Palatine Park District and the Illinois Youth Rugby Association. Each participant will receive an official Rugby ball.

230116–C

9:30A–12:30P

6/22 ››› 6/26

$97 / $106

1:00P–4:00P

6/22 ››› 6/26

$97 / $106

6/29 ››› 7/2

$78 / $86

230116–D1 M–TH 1:00P–4:00P

6/29 ››› 7/2

$78 / $86

230116–E

9:30A–12:30P

7/6 ››› 7/10

$97 / $106

237117–B

230116–E1 M–F

1:00P–4:00P

7/6 ››› 7/10

$97 / $106

230116–F

9:30A–12:30P

7/13 ››› 7/17

$97 / $106

232101–A

TU,TH 1:30P–4:30P

6/16 ››› 8/13

$190 / $195

232101–B

TU

1:30P–4:30P

6/16 ››› 8/11

$100 / $105

232101–C

TH

1:30P–4:30P

6/18 ››› 8/13

$100 / $105

M–F

M,TH

6:00P–8:00P

6:00P–7:30P

7/6 ›››7/10

6/29 ››› 7/23

$150 / $165

$65 / $72

$194 / $213

Half Day

230116–A

M–F M–F

230116–C1 M–F 230116–D

M–TH 9:30A–12:30P M–F M–F

Chicago Storm Summer Camp Cannon Crossings Fields This camp offers the unique opportunity for children to work with Chicago Storm players and coaches, including Head Coach Steve Morris. Campers of all levels work on skills and strategies of soccer. All campers receive a certificate of completion, t–shirt, a puma ball, a ticket to Chicago Storm’s home opener and a player evaluation by professional players. Chicago Storm is a member of the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL). July 10th class will run until 1:00P.

230116–F1 M–F

1:00P–4:00P

7/13 ››› 7/17

$97 / $106

230116–G

9:30A–12:30P

7/20 ››› 7/24

$97 / $106

230116–G1 M–F

1:00P–4:00P

7/20 ››› 7/24

$97 / $106

230116–H

9:30A–12:30P

7/27 ››› 7/3

$97 / $106

230116–H1 M–F

1:00P–4:00P

7/27 ››› 7/31

$97 / $106

230116–I

M–F

9:30A–12:30P

8/3 ››› 8/7

$97 / $106

230116–I1

M–F

1:00P–4:00P

8/3 ››› 8/7

$97 / $106

4–6 years

230116–J

M–F

9:30A–12:30P

8/10 ››› 8/14

$97 / $106

230116–J1

M–F

1:00P–4:00P

8/10 ››› 8/14

$97 / $106

239107–A

M–F

9:00A–12:00P

7/6 ››› 7/10

$125 / $135

239107–B

M–F

9:00A–12:00P

7/6 ››› 7/10

$125 / $135

239107–C

M–F

9:00A–3:00P

7/6 ››› 7/10

$160 / $170

M–F M–F

Camps — leadership camp — athletic camps

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7–15 years

Hawks Volleyball Camp Grades 5–8 / WRC Future Hoffman Hawk volleyball players train with current high school coaches and players to develop the basic fundamentals of the game. The focus of this camp is instruction to help interested players prepare for high school volleyball. 239110–A

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8:00A–10:00A

7/13 ››› 7/17

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Early Childhood Enrichment Kid Rock CCIA Pack your bags! Grab your cameras! We’re hitting the road this summer as we take a musical journey to "Kid Rock Camp." This exciting music program combines imagination play and learning with songs and rhymes, rhythm instruments and props, gross motor skills and movements. This summer’s combination of music and adventure is the perfect setting for young children to have a musical experience they won’t forget! No class on 7/3. Kid Rock 1 / 20–36 months with parent

236323–B

F

10:00A–10:40A

6/19 ››› 8/14

$64 / $70

Kid Rock 2 / 2½–4½ years without parent

236023–A

F

10:45A–11:25A

6/19 ››› 8/14

$64 / $70

Tot Rock 11–20 months / CCIA Things that crawl and things that fly will mystify your tots this summer in the music program, Tot Rock! Join us while we sing, dance and learn about "Bugs, Birds and Beasts!" Together we will use rhythm instruments like bells and clackers, play with props like beanbags and balls, learn simple songs and rhymes, and delight in sensory items like bubbles and feathers. While improving your tot’s newly acquired motor skills, this class provides structured and unstructured time. No class 7/3. 236323–A

F

9:15A–9:55A

6/19 ››› 8/14

$64 / $70

Kindermusik Our Time 1½–3 years with parent / WRC This session’s theme is "Zoo Train!" Lessons feature music, stories, crafts and activities to stimulate a toddler’s emerging sense of imagination, coordination and ability to learn more words. Tag along this summer with a traveling zoo train. Bring your own stuffed animal for the petting zoo, wear long white socks on your hands for polar bear paws, sing songs in new languages and learn about animals in the zoo. Program fee does not include kit fee of $35 payable to the instructor on the first day of class. Kit includes: Musical CD with all the music used in class, Zoo Train book, multi-color poster and animal shaker instrument. No class on 7/7. 236348–A

TU

10:00A–10:40A

6/16 ››› 7/28

$65 / $71

236348–B

TU

10:45A–11:25A

6/16 ››› 7/28

$65 / $71

Kindermusik Imagine That 3½–5 years / WRC This session’s theme is "On the Road!" Lessons feature music, stories and crafts. This camp makes the most of a preschooler’s burgeoning imagination and ability to learn more words and solve problems. Take imaginary trips to the carnival, a summer cottage and the beach. Crafts use simple materials — most can be found around the house. Program fee does not include kit fee of $35 payable to the instructor on the first day. Kit includes: musical CD with all the music we use in class, On The Road book, multi-color poster and adorable wooden frog guiro to make fabulous frog sounds. Parents attend the final 10 minutes of class. No class on 7/7. 236349–A

TU

12:15P–12:55P

6/16 ››› 7/28

$65 / $71

Kindermusik Village 0–1½ years with parent / WRC This session’s theme is "Busy Days" setting your baby’s day to classical music. With a little more Tchaikovsky in your "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" repertoire you’ll discover new ways your baby benefits from the classics as you both develop an appreciation for the worlds most respected music. Each lesson features new activities and songs. Program fee does not include Kit Fee of $35 payable to the instructor on the first day. Kit includes: Musical CD containing all the music used in class, Busy Day board book, multi-color poster and cage bell instrument. No class 7/7. 236347–A

TU

9:15A–9:55P

6/16 ››› 7/28

$65 / $71

236347–B

TU

11:30A–12:10P

6/16 ››› 7/28

$65 / $71

ABCs & 123s Parent / Tot 2–4 years / CCIA Youngsters begin to recognize and identify letters and numbers through songs, games, stories and special projects. Children interact with their parents and peers in a nurturing environment. This class helps develop socialization skills. No class July 3. Instructor: Toni Mims 236310–A

F

10:45A–11:45A

6/12 ››› 7/31

Lunch

$36 / $40

Tots Breakfast Club 3–6 years / CCIA Have your child start the morning off right, with a delicious breakfast made with his or her little hands! Class will experiment by making all types of breakfast foods, along with learning kitchen safety, manners and kitchen clean up. No class 7/3. Instructor: Toni Mims 236019–A

F

9:15A–10:30A

6/12 ››› 7/31

$45 / $50

2’s Playschool 21 months–3 years / CCIA This new class is perfect for the toddler who is ready to go to school! 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. Children may begin anytime during the school year while space is available.

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256223–A

TU

9:15A–10:15A

9/3 ››› 5/20

$208 / $228

256223–B

TH

9:15A–10:15A

9/3 ››› 5/20

$208 / $228

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H OFF M A N ESTAT ES PA R K D I ST R I C T

Full Day Preschool Child Care Providing a quality child care experience to the community of Hoffman Estates The Hoffman Estates Park District is expanding its state licensed and nationally accredited preschool program by opening a new full day preschool child care center at CCIA. Through developmentally appropriate instruction and a 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. REGISTRATION POLICY Enrollment requires completion of the Early Learning Center Enrollment Form, payment of the first and last week’s tuition and a $25 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 at 847–781–3631 to set up a registration appointment.

Daily Schedule Activity 7:00A – 9:00A

learning centers exploration

9:00A – 9:15A

circle time

9:15A – 9:30A

wash hands morning snack

9:30A – 11:30A

dedicated preschool time

11:30A – 11:45A

music stories

11:45A – 12:00P

large motor play

12:00A – 12:30P

Lunch and 2 Snacks Provided Each Day — meets nutritional guidelines

lunch

12:30P – 2:30P

rest time

2:30P – 2:45P

afternoon snack

2:45P – 3:00P

reading time

3:00P – 3:30P

large motor play

3:30P – 3:45P

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3:45P – 6:00P

learning centers exploration

Contact Alisa Kapusinski, Program Manager, at 847–781–3631

Opening — August 31 (tentative)

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Preschool 2009–2010 Fostering a Love of Learning Our curriculum focuses on hands on activities and experimentation. Activities such as music, movement, dramatic play, science, and open ended art projects help cultivate children’s imaginations and give them confidence to express themselves. Group activities encourage socialization and teach important lessons in sharing and being part of a community. Daily outdoor or gym time helps children develop their large motor skills. Fine motor skills are developed through tabletop activities like puzzles cutting and painting, which also fosters the imagination and cognitive development. In addition, each classroom boasts a computer and digital camera, allowing teachers to integrate technology into the curriculum. Our teachers combine our diverse curriculum with a nurturing environment and a healthy balance of playtime to encourage student’s physical, emotional, and social and creative development. And through encouragement, understanding and respect, they help provide a positive atmosphere for learning. Our program is state licensed and nationally accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, so you can be confident that your child will benefit from superior educators, classroom equipment, and opportunities to help build a solid foundation for his or her future.

Threeschool This is a program we designed just for children who missed the traditional September 1 preschool deadline. Taught by a preschool teacher in a preschool classroom setting, this class engages children through a variety of activities such as songs, stories, free play at learning centers, crafts, outside fun and gym time. Pull ups are okay to begin with, but children should be on their way to taking care of their own toilet needs. Teachers will not be responsible for changing pull ups. Children should bring a light snack each day. 15 minutes will be added to the length of class beginning in January 2010 to prepare the students for a longer preschool day. Class meets the entire school year. Children turning 3 during the school year may register within three months of turning 3 years old while space is available; fees will be prorated. CCIA

256221–A

M,W

12:30P–2:00P

8/31 ››› 5/19

$64 / $72 TM

256221–C

M,W

9:30A–11:00A

8/31 ››› 5/19

$64 / $72 TM

WRC

256221–B

T,TH

9:30A–11:00A

9/1 ››› 5/20

$64 / $72 MA

Children enrolling must be turning 3 years old between 9/1/09 and 12/1/09. Min 6 / Max15 *8 monthly payments, after $100 deposit is applied.

Three Year Old Preschool CCIA / Min : Max 8 : 17

256211–A M,W,F

9:30A–11:30A 8/31 ››› 5/21 $102 / $113 NB, MA

256211–B M,TU,TH 12:30P–2:30P 9/1 ››› 5/20 $102 / $113 DS, LW 256211–C TU,TH

9:30A–11:30A 9/1 ››› 5/20 $68 / $75

NB, TM

WRC / Min : Max 8 : 18

256212–A M,W,TH

9:15A–11:30A

8/31 ››› 5/20 $116 / $128 AL, RS

256212–B TU,F

9:15A–11:30A

9/1 ››› 5/21 $77 / $86

AL, RS

256212–C TU,F

9:15A–11:30A

9/1 ››› 5/21 $77 / $86

PM, KF

Four Year Old Preschool CCIA / Min : Max 8 : 18

256214–A M,W,F

9:15A–11:45A 8/31 ››› 5/21 $131 / $145 CF, JJ

256214–B M–TH

9:30A–11:45A 8/31 ››› 5/20 $159 / $176 DS, LW

256214–C TU,TH

9:15A–11:45A 9/1 ››› 5/20 $87 / $97

CF, JJ

256214–E M,TU,TH 12:30P–2:45P 9/1 ››› 5/20 $116 / $128 CF, JJ WRC / Min : Max: 8 : 20

256215–A M,W,TH

9:15A–11:45A 8/31 ››› 5/20 $131 / $145 PM, KF

256215–B M,W,TH

12:15P–2:45P 8/31 ››› 5/20 $131 / $145 PM, KF

256215–D M–TH

12:15P–2:45P 8/31 ››› 5/20 $178 / $197 AL, RS

Instructors AL Andrea Langsfeld CF Colleen Flach DS Diana Stoll JJ Joyce Jackson

KF LW MA NB

Karen Fuechsl Lynn Wendland Mary Ellen Agins Nancy Ballent

PM RS TM

Patty Matthews Rachel Scharm Toni Mims

Children must specified age of Preschool by September 1, 2009

Preschool Payment Methods Register in person at CCIA or WRC. Special Registration form and a $25 processing fee are required with all preschool registrations. Payment for the entire school year may be paid in full by check or credit card. For your convenience, we also offer an 8 month payment plan. A $100 deposit is payable upon registration and monthly payments will be deducted from your bank account through our Electronic Funds Transfer option.

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Twisting with Toddlers Open Gym 1.25–3½ years / PSS&WC Dance, march, twist, fly and zoom your way through this active class that really gets your body moving. Our tiny athletes will start off with some basic structured activities and move into an open gym playtime. It is guaranteed to keep your toddlers energized and have fun while developing their large motor skills. 230724–A

TH

9:15A–9:45A

6/4 ››› 7/2

$49 / $54

230724–B

TH

9:15A–9:45A

7/16 ››› 8/13

$49 / $54

Preschool Sport Stars 3–5 years / PSS&WC This active class will introduce your preschool star to a variety of different sports, including soccer, basketball, tennis, t-ball and more. Kids will be encouraged to listen, follow directions and work as a team. 230708–A

TU

9:15A–10:00A

6/2 ››› 7/7

$48 / $53

230708–B

TU

10:15A–11:00A

6/2 ››› 7/7

$48 / $53

230708–C

TU

9:15A–10:00A

7/21 ››› 8/25

$48 / $53

230708–D

TU

10:15A–11:00A

7/21 ››› 8/25

$48 / $53

PSS&WC Gym and Swim 3–5 years / PSS&WC Kids will start off by enjoying organized activities such as kickball, tag, basketball, obstacle courses and relay races in the gym. After a half hour of gym play we will head to the pool for an instructional beginning level swim class. We will end with fun water games. Please wear your swimsuit under your clothes. Please have child dropped off to the gym and picked up from the activity pool. 230716–A

M

9:15A–10:30A

6/1 ››› 7/6

$48 / $52

230716–B

M

9:15A–10:30A

7/20 ››› 8/17

$48 / $52

Jelly Bean Indoor T-Ball 4–5 years Participants are introduced to the basics of throwing, fielding and hitting. Instruction focuses on developing participants hand eye coordination and improving their overall mechanics. CCIA

239037–A

M

11:15A–12:00P

6/15 ››› 7/6

239037–B

M

11:15A–12:00P

7/13 ››› 8/3

$49 / $54 $49 / $54

239037–C

W

11:15A–12:00P

6/17 ››› 7/8

$49 / $54

239037–D

W

11:15A–12:00P

7/15 ››› 8/3

$49 / $54

239037–E

TU

4:30P–5:15P

6/30 ››› 7/28

$49 / $54

239037–F

TH

4:30P–5:15P

7/2 ››› 7/23

$49 / $54

239037–G

TU,TH 4:30P–5:15P

6/30 ››› 7/23

$84 / $92

PSS&WC

Early Childhood — preschool — tot athletics

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Munchkin Sports 3–5 years / WRC This program number has a different description for each section. Munchkin t-ball This parent / child class gives children the opportunity to learn t-ball. Parents can spend quality time with their child as they learn the basic skills, coordination drills, and fun games — all in a relaxed and fun environment. Munchkin Soccer

239024–A

SA

10:30A–11:00A

6/20 ››› 8/8

$83 / $90

239024–D

TH

6:00P–6:30P

6/18 ››› 8/6

$83 / $90

239024–B

SA

11:00A–11:30A

6/20 ››› 8/8

$83 / $90

239024–C

TH

5:30P–6:00P

6/18 ››› 8/6

$83 / $90

Munchkin Sports

Parents Night Out 1–12 years / PSS&WC Parents, take a night off and have some time to yourself while your kids have a blast at Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center. Kids will be split up into age groups where they will participate in age appropriate activities including; games, crafts, obstacle course, climbing wall (5+ years), pizza dinner and a movie. Members receive a preferred rate of $24 for the first child and $14 for each additional child. Non members will pay $29 for the first child and $16 for each additional child. 230727–A

SA

5:00P–9:00P

6/20

$24 / $29

230727–B

SA

5:00P–9:00P

7/18

$24 / $29

230727–C

SA

5:00P–9:00P

8/15

$24 / $29

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Tot Athletics Jelly Bean Sport Shorts 2–3 years A parent / child variety sports class that introduces soccer, baseball, basketball, football and hockey to children. Parents will learn new ways to coach children at home. Drills and games tailored will promote children’s enjoyment of sports. Parent tot classes require parent involvement.

Jelly Bean Flag Football 4–6 years Participants are introduced to the basics of holding a football, punting, passing and kicking the football. Exciting instruction focuses on developing participant’s footwork, hand / eye coordination, and teamwork.

PSS&WC

Canterbury Park

239035–A

F

8:30A–9:15A

6/26 ››› 7/17

$49 / $54

239039–A

M

8:30A–9:15A

7/13 ››› 8/3

239035–B

F

8:30A–9:15A

7/24 ››› 8/14

$49 / $54

239039–B

W

8:30A–9:15A

7/15 ››› 8/5

$49 / $54

239039–C

M,W 9:30A–10:15A

7/13 ››› 8/5

$84 / $92

CCIA

239035–C

M

11:15A–12:00P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$49 / $54

CCIA

239035–D

M

11:15A–12:00P

7/13 ››› 8/3

$49 / $54

239039–D

F

2:30P–3:15P

6/19 ››› 7/10

$49 / $54

239035–E

W

11:15A–12:00P

6/17 ››› 7/8

$49 / $54

239039–E

F

2:30P–3:15P

7/17 ››› 8/7

$49 / $54

239035–F

W

11:15A–12:00P

7/15 ››› 8/3

$49 / $54

SA

8:00A–8:45A

6/13 ››› 7/25

$99 / $107

WRC

239035–G

Jelly Bean Soccer This class introduces participants to the basics of dribbling, passing and shooting. The program promotes athletic development and soccer skill improvement and is great for beginners or players seeking a competitive advantage. 2–4 years / PSS&WC

239036–A

M

6:15P–7:00P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$49 / $54

239036–B

M

6:15P–7:00P

7/20 ››› 8/10

$49 / $54

4–6 years / CCIA

239036–C

F

3:30P–4:15P

6/19 ››› 7/10

$49 / $54

239036–D

F

3:30P–4:15P

7/17 ››› 8/7

$49 / $54

239036–E

F

4:30P–5:15P

6/19 ››› 7/10

$49 / $54

239036–F

F

4:30P–5:15P

7/17 ››› 8/7

$49 / $54

6–8 years / CCIA

Jelly Bean Basketball PSS&WC A experience that sets children up for success playing basketball. Learning is made fun as drills and games are used to teach the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, shooting and defense. A great preparatory class that readies tots for team play. Parent / child classes require parent involvement.

Jelly Bean Sports Clinics This class teaches participants the tricks to being a good offensive and defensive player. Players refine their dribbling, passing and shooting techniques as they sharpen their focus and overall skills. Using skill defining drills and games, players will quickly turn weaknesses into strengths. Basketball Clinic

5–9 years / PSS&WC

239040–A

SA

9:00A–10:00A

6/27 ››› 7/18

$66 / $73

239040–B

SA

9:00A–10:00A

7/25 ››› 8/15

$66 / $73

Soccer Clinic

7–10 years / Sycamore Park

239040–C

SA

9:00A–10:00A

6/27 ››› 7/25

$66 / $73

239040–D

SA

9:00A–10:00A

8/1 ››› 8/22

$66 / $73

Jelly Bean Soccer Camps Canterburey Park Our fun soccer camps are open to boys and girls. Cut out the heat of the day, and give your child a weekly soccer practice to look forward to throughout Summer. Stretching and motor skill development accompany fun drills and games. Please bring shin pads and a full water bottle. Jelly Bean Sports t-shirt included. 2–4 years

239040–E

TU

8:30A–9:15A

6/16 ››› 8/4

$97 / $107

239040–F

TH

8:30A–9:15A

6/18 ››› 8/6

$97 / $107

239040–G

TU,TH 8:30A–9:15A

6/16 ››› 8/6

$170 / $187

4–7 years

2–3 years

239038–E

M

6:15P–7:00P

6/29 ››› 7/27

$49 / $54

239040–H

TU

8:30A–10:00A

6/16 ››› 8/4

$194 / $213

239038–F

M

6:15P–7:00P

8/3 ››› 8/24

$49 / $54

239040–I

TH

8:30A–10:00A

6/18 ››› 8/6

$194 / $213

239040–J

TU,TH 8:30A–10:00A

6/16 ››› 8/6

$310 / $341

4–6 years

239038–A

W

3:30P–4:15P

6/17 ››› 7/8

$49 / $54

7–11 years

239038–B

W

3:30P–4:15P

7/22 ››› 8/13

$49 / $54

239040–K

TU

9:30A–11:00A

6/16 ››› 8/4

$194 / $213

239040–L

TH

9:30A–11:00A

6/18 ››› 6/18

$194 / $213

239040–M

TU,TH 9:30A–11:00A

6/16 ››› 8/6

$310 / $341

6–8 years

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239038–C

W

4:15P–5:00P

6/17 ››› 7/8

$49 / $54

239038–D

W

4:15P–5:00P

7/22 ››› 8/13

$49 / $54

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Rock Hoppers Jr. 5–14 years / PSS&WC An introduction to the exciting sport of indoor rock climbing, this class will begin with a wall orientation and provide instruction in basic climbing technique and safety. This class is created specifically for children and will utilize fun and energetic climbing games to allow your child to rise to new heights. 230524–A

W

5:30P–6:30P

6/10 ››› 7/8

$46 / $49

230524–B

W

5:30P–6:30P

7/15 ››› 8/12

$46 / $49

Adult Climbing Class Level 15+ years / PSS&WC Participants will learn new skills while having a blast in this class designed for climbers of all ability levels. After a climbing wall and equipment orientation, participants will build their climbing technique, strength, and confidence through climbing games and other fun activities. 230525–A

W

6:30P–7:30P

6 /10 ››› 7/8

$49 / $53

230525–B

W

6:30P–7:30P

7/15 ››› 8/12

$49 / $53

Vertical Fitness 16+ years / PSS&WC Build power, lean muscle tone, and flexibility while learning a great life long wellness activity. Vertical Fitness is designed for those individuals looking for a new path to overall wellness and seeking a more intense, higher–level workout. Climbing experience is not required. TU

6:30P–7:30P

6/9 ››› 6/30

$34 / $39

230532–B

TU

6:30P–7:30P

7/7 ››› 7/28

$34 / $39

230532–C

TU

6:30P–7:30P

8/4 ››› 8/25

$34 / $39

Belay Certification Class Did you know that you can become certified to belay at PSS&WC? With this class you will receive personal instruction to learn proper belaying techniques. Class also covers general safety guidelines and other climbing fundamentals. Certified climbers enjoy the option of belaying for their family and friends along with independent climbing using our auto belay device. Climber must be able to demonstrate all techniques and pass instructor’s criteria to become certified. For more info or to schedule a certification class call Katie Jones, Program Supervisor, at 847–285–5408. Individual Climbing Lessons Climbing lessons are designed to offer instruction geared toward a climber’s specific needs. Individual lessons provide a more private environment for those climbers wishing to work on the basics before joining to a group setting or for those striving to climb at a higher rating. Designed for new climbers and experienced climbers. Please contact Katie Jones, Program Supervisor, at 847–285–5408 or kjones@heparks.org for more information.

Health and Fitness — climbing wall

230532–A

Open Climbing Hours Monday 6:00P–8:00P Saturday 10:00A–Noon

Early Childhood — tot athletics

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Rent Our Portable Outdoor Climbing Wall Our 24 foot high rock wall can travel right to your location and be set up outdoors on any level surface. As many as three people can climb this wall at one time. Climbing wall rental fees include two professional climbing staff members to instruct and belay your guests. For information call 847–885–7500.

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Community Center & Ice Arena — Fitness Precor EFX Cross Trainers

Equipment Locker Room Whirlpool and Sauna Smith Machines Dumbbells Super Squat Cross Cable System

Monthly 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 memberships are offered at 16 years. Non Member One Day Pass — $8

Tetrix Climb Max Bosa Ball

Locker Rental — $72 per year

Weighted Balls and Bars

Towel Service — 50¢

Resistance Bands

Towel Service Yearly — $36

Hours Monday–Friday Saturday Sunday

5:15A –10:30P 5:15A –10:30P 6:00A –10:30P

Lifecycles Cybex / Paramount /

Special Holiday Hours May 25 7:00A–1:00P July 4 7:00A–1:00P

Magnum Lifesteps Lifefitness Treadmills Precor Treadmills Recumbent Lifecycles Stairmaster Stepmill

Willow Recreation Center — Fitness Equipment Elliptical Machine

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.

Treadmills Tetrix Climb Max Lifecycle Machine Recumbent Lifecycle Machines NuStep

Combination Membership Includes court reservation privileges and use of fitness room, locker rooms and members only basketball.

Dumbbells Open Basketball Locker Rooms Crosstrainer

Racquetball Membership Includes court reservation privileges and use of locker rooms. Non Member One Day Pass—$6

Weight-Training Equipment Membership Age Requirements The minimum age for Willow Recreation Center membership is 16 years. 13–15 year olds may purchase a membership and use the facility only when accompanied by an adult member 18 years old or older.

Hours Monday–Friday Saturday Sunday

6:00A–10:00P 6:00A–5:00P 7:00A–2:00P

Special Holiday Hours May 25 7:00A–1:00P July 4 7:00A–1:00P Free Guest Days June — 8, 17, 28 July — 10, 21, 29 August — 8, 17, 27

Corporate Memberships With a group of 5 or more, colleagues can join CCIA or WRC at special discounted corporate membership rates. Corporate Membership will promote wellness, improve morale, increase productivity and cut absenteeism.

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T.L.C. 16+ years / WRC If you’ve tried everything and still can’t lose the weight — maybe you just need T.L.C. (Total Lifestyle Clinic.) Our personal trainer can help you help yourself. Get fit, be healthy, lose weight and feel great. Just one hour, twice a week, can change your life. Class size is limited to ten members per session.

Pilates 16+ years / WRC Strengthen your core muscles, improve your flexibility and posture through this safe and effective program. Pilates non impact mat work allows people of all fitness levels to tone and shape their bodies. You’ll love the way you look and feel. Please wear comfortable clothing, bring a mat and small towel.

234014–A

M,W 6:30P–7:30P

6/1 ››› 7/8

$66 / $72

234047–A

SA

7:30A–8:30A

6/6 ››› 7/11

$36 / $40

234014–B

M,W 6:30P–7:30P

7/20 ››› 8/26

$66 / $72

234047–B

SA

7:30A–8:30A

7/25 ››› 8/29

$36 / $40

Total Fitness Workout 14+ years / WRC This workout is a cardiovascular workout that combines the energy of high and low impact aerobics, the intensity of interval training and the fat burning benefits of step aerobics. Exercises and steps can be modified to accommodate all fitness levels. Classes also include a muscle madness session where participants increase muscle strength and endurance using a variety of resistance exercises. Tubing, rubber bands and steps are provided. Please bring weights (3–8 lbs.) Pay at the door, $6.50 per class, or purchase a punch pass. Classes meet Tuesday & Thursday 5:30P–6:45P, Saturdays 8:30A–9:45A.

Women of Steel 18+ years / CCIA Are you ready to move beyond your normal routine? Our trainer will teach you how to effectively tone each body part using machines and free weights. 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.

234015–A

1x / week

6/2 ››› 8/29

$82 $90

234015–B

2x / week

6/2 ››› 8/29

$156 / $171

234015–C

3x / week

6/2 ››› 8/29

$228 / $250

Wedding Boot Camp 18+ years / CCIA A great body! Why do you need it? Because everyone will be looking at you! Dozens of eyes will be glued on you as you walk down that aisle. Wouldn’t you love it if you saw dozens of admiring looks that say “you look incredible?” Of course you would. Wedding Boot Camp is a program designed to help brides and grooms improve their health and fitness for their wedding, honeymoon and the rest of their lives! This workout will decrease dress or tux size, help tone muscles and lose body fat.

Belly Dance 16+ years / PSS&WC Learn the ancient art of belly dancing in the energetic introductory class. Belly dancing is a great low impact cardiovascular workout. It isolates muscles and tones the body in ways other workouts simply cannot. Learn techniques that put an emphasis on your own interpretation and style. Prairie Stone™ Sports and Wellness Center has partnered with Harper College to offer this fun and unique class. Prairie Stone™ Sports and Wellness Center Member preferred rate $60 per session. 230415–A

M

7:30P–8:45P

6/1 ››› 7/6

$79 / $90

230415–B

M

7:30P–8:45P

7/13 ››› 8/17

$79 / $90

Yoga 15+ years / South Barrington Park District 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 Road at 3 Tennis Club Lane. To enroll in Level 2 you must have previously completed a Level I session. Yoga Level I

233027–A

M,W 5:30P–6:30P

6/1 ››› 7/8

$66 / $72

233027–B

M,W 5:30P–6:30P

7/20 ››› 8/26

$66 / $72

233033–A

M,W 6:30P–7:30P

6/1 ››› 7/8

$66 / $72

233033–B

M,W 6:30P–7:30P

7/20 ››› 8/26

$66 / $72

Restore the Core 18+ years / Vogelei The objective of this 60 minute mat based class is to strengthen the woman’s abdominal wall and pelvic floor. A restore the core workout will tighten up the mid section in no time. Moves focus on form, function and restoring the strength of the abdominal wall and pelvic floor muscles. The result is a slimmer body with no low belly sag. Babies are welcome to attend class with you. A one time $65 enrollment fee is required, this includes all necessary equipment, payable to the instructor. For more information please contact Randee Flynn 847–708–3507. 233034–A

TU

7:30P–8:30P

6/16 ››› 7/14

$65 / $65

Jazzercise All ages New music, fresh moves, pure motivation! The world’s leading dance fitness program blends dance and exercise choreographed to today’s hottest music. Jazzercise accommodates all fitness levels and combines a cardiovascular workout with resistance training and stretching.

233013–B

TU

7:00P–8:30P

7/21 ››› 9/1

$77 / $85

233013–D

F

10:00A–11:30A

7/24 ››› 9/4

$77 / $85

233013–A

M

7:00P–8:30P

7/20 ››› 8/31

$77 / $85

$37 Easy Fitness Ticket (automatic deduction from checking account/credit card)**

233013–C

TH

10:00A–11:30A

7/23 ››› 9/3

$77 / $85

$94 Two Month Pass (cash or check only)**

Yoga Level 2

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$10 Daily Class Fee**

Fitness Boot Camp 16+ years / Vogelei Start your day with an energizing workout while enjoying nature. Classes will be held outside at Vogelei Park, 45 minutes packed with total body strengthening, cardio, challenges and sports yoga designed to build endurance. 233026–A

M,W,F 7:00A–7:45A

6/15 ››› 7/17

$75 / $82

233026–B

M,W,F 7:00A–7:45A

7/27 ››› 8/28

$75 / $82

$25 Registration Fee (one time fee unless 3 months of non attendance)** ** For more information or to register for this program, call Jeaneen at 847–584–1969.

CCIA

Vogelei

Open House Week

Monday

9:15A

4:30P / 6:15P

May 4–10

Tuesday

9:15A / 6:15P

Wednesday

9:15A

6:15P

Thursday

9:15A / 6:15P

4:30P

Friday

9:15A

New members will receive free class and 50% discount on both the joining fee and purchase of a class pass.

Saturday

8:15A

Sunday

9:15A

June 1–7

(Easy Fitness or two month.) Valid for new or former customers not registered since 9/08. Offer valid on day of free class.

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Personal Training

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8 47–885–7500

Personal Training

PSS&WC

CCIA / WRC

private

semi-private

private

1 Session

$50

$75

$45

semi-private

3 Sessions

$99

5 Sessions

$240

$350

$205

$165

10 Sessions

$460

$670

$400

$320

20 Sessions

$880

$1280

non member rates available

non member rates available

Contact

Laura Schultz Personal Training Supervisor 847–285–5430 fitcoach@heparksorg

Heather Klaus Fitness Coordinator 847–781–3643 hklaus@heparks.org

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 / possess national certification by accredited organizations including American Council on Exercise, National Strength & Conditioning Association, and National Academy of Sports Medicine. Our trainers also specialize in improving sports performance and in working with people with physical limitations.

Prairie Dogs Multi Sport Club 18+ years / PSS&WC The Prairie Dogs Multi Sport club will provide a supportive community within PSS&WC for runners, cyclists, swimmers, duathletes and triathletes to train, race, share experiences and celebrate achievements together. The club meets for monthly workouts and meetings and is led by Jennifer Harrison, USA Triathlon Level 2 Certified coach. Annual dues must be paid prior to the first official club meeting. PSS&WC members receive a preferred rate of $60. In order to receive the discounted rate you need to register in person, online registration will not give you the discounted rate. 190402–A

TU

6:00P–7:00P

1/1 ››› 12/31

$65 / $70

Pilates Individualized Equipment Training Transform your body, while developing strength, flexibility and balance. Prairie Stone offers individualized Pilates equipment training with certified Pilates Instructors, Kirk Gramarosa and Glenna Monroe. Each session incorporates a variety of movements designed to lengthen, strengthen and tone muscles, while developing core strength and balance. Participants work on the Cadillac, the Wunda Chair and the Reformer. Basic mat work will also be incorporated into each workout. Appointments are available upon request by contacting Glenna at 847–285–5418. Sessions start at $70 for private and $90 for semi private, multi session packages are available at a reduced cost and PSS&WC members receive a $5 discount per person, per session. For more information, call 847–285–5418 or email gmonroe@heparks.org.

Hanover Park Park District

Boxing Academy Learn how to wrap hands like a boxer, stance and footwork techniques, defensive maneuvers, rhythm, coordination, nutrition, punch/counter punch combinations and self-defense techniques. Classes are available for both children and adults, and several days and times are available for your convenience. Come meet our new boxing instructor, Jeff Rose, and raise your levels of fitness, self esteem and fun!

Hoffman Estates Residents Receive Hanover Park Residents Rates! Classes begin this fall! Look in the Fall brochure for details... For more information, please contact the Hanover Park Park District

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P R A I R I E STON E

At Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center, our professional staff are dedicated to helping members achieve fitness, gain strength, and improve their overall well-being. Fitness Membership Unlimited use of fitness center, aquatics area, indoor track, gymnasium, and group exercise classes and climbing wall. Members receive health profile and heart risk assessment, equipment orientation, towel service, toiletries and amenities in our luxurious locker suites, and complimentary child care at our Kids Korner 2 hour daily limit. Tennis & Fitness Membership Includes all the benefits of a fitness membership, plus: Indoor Tennis privileges, Free court time 2 hour maximum per day per member Ranking by a USPTA tennis professional

Guest Fee Any non member wishing to use the club must pay a guest fee which includes all the privileges of a fitness membership for one day. With a Member — $10 Without a Member — $12 Free Guest Days — Held the fourth Friday of every month

Aquatic Pass This pass entitles swimmers to privileges at PSS&WC’s activity pool, open year round. Please call for pricing. Tennis Court Fees

Optimal Wellness Membership This three month membership is designed for high risk and post rehabilitative clientele. These members benefit from an initial fitness assessment, an individualized fitness plan and one on one attention from our personal training team. To receive our referral discount, referrals must be provided by an affiliated health care professional.

Prime Time — $20 per hour

Aquatic Membership Unlimited use of indoor activity pool and lap pool year round, water aerobics classes, towel service, amenities, and toiletries in our luxury locker suites and complimentary child care at our Kids Korner 2 hour daily limit

Half Locker — $15

Corporate Membership Corporations with five or more members receive discounted rates based on the number of employees who join. Student, Seniors, Family Memberships Memberships are available for families, students, seniors and senior families. For current pricing, please call 847–285–5400.

Non-Prime Time — $16 per hour Tennis Members — Free 2 hour maximum per pay per member

Locker Rentals Daily use of a locker is available at no charge. Long term locker rental is available at the following monthly rates. Small Locker — $6

Friends in Fitness — member referral program Current members of Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center can earn valuable incentives by referring a friend to membership. For each person you refer who enrolls in membership, you will receive $25 in "club cash" that can be applied towards your monthly dues or towards the purchase of Personal Training, Spa Services, Pilates, or Nutritional Counseling.* Plus, you and your newly enrolled friend are automatically entered into a monthly raffle to win additional incentives. Contact the Member Services team at 847–285–5417 to find out more about this new and exciting program. *Not valid on referrals from within the same household; referring member must be noted on the membership application at the time of enrollment; referrals are considered valid following the first 30 days of membership. Additional restrictions apply.

re e, Relax. Rejuvenate. Refresh. Prairie Stone Elements Spa invites you to enjoy custom massage therapy and spa services tailored to suit your needs. Try our new waxing and tinting services or indulge yourself with our sports specific massages, focusing on major muscle groups utilized during sports activities. We offer a wide range of nail services, from french and spa manicures to salt glow pedicures and paraffin treatments. Choose from a variety of facials and other skin care services and add on aromatherapy to any treatment for extra rejuvenation. Ask about discounted fees for PSS&WC members. Call 847–285–5400 for a full list of services or to schedule an appointment.

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Hours Monday–Thursday Friday Saturday

5:00A–12:00A 5:00A–11:00P 6:00A–10:00P

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PR AIRIE STONE

www.prairiestonesports.com

8 47–285–5400

Membership Includes Fitness Assessment or Fitness Consultation A certified exercise professional will help you determine your health status with a free total body fitness assessment or fitness consultation. Whether you are concerned with cardiovascular fitness, weight loss, chronic pain, or just want to be healthy, you will receive advice on how to achieve your wellness goals. Fitness Center Our friendly environment will help motivate you to move your body in ways that will ensure results. Our equipment — including Precor, Cybex, LifeFitness, Reebok, StairMaster, Free Motion and Concept 2 — stands ready to put you through an engaging and productive workout. Our extensive variety ensures that you will never have to wait for a piece of equipment. Group Fitness Classes Develop core power in our group exercise studios that feature Pilates, yoga, aerobics and spinning. Gain strength and improve endurance to help advance you to the next level of health. Receive focused attention as you move through classes with ease. Group exercise classes provide the support you need to achieve your goals. There is space enough for anyone wanting to join. Gymnasiums and Indoor Track Whether you choose to participate in our various sports programs or just want to play, our gymnasiums and indoor track offer another option to keep you active and moving toward a more fit lifestyle. One basketball court is always open for members. Enjoy a view of our gymnasiums and fitness center on our three lane indoor track. Kids Korner Members can enjoy a worry free workout, knowing they can drop their children off at our friendly and supervised Kids Korner. Kids can play, watch videos, work on homework, or utilize one of several computers in our computer lab. Complimentary visits to Kids Korner are included in both individual and family memberships. Climbing Wall Our 40 foot indoor climbing wall simulates natural rock features and offers climbing routes to challenge climbers of all abilities. Members are welcome to climb during open climb hours free of charge. Children ages 5–13 are subject to a $5 nominal charge. Tennis If tennis is your game, we can serve up an ace. Our indoor professional courts and tennis program can get you back in the fitness swing. Tennis professionals offer game and technique insight to ensure your game is at its peak. Please contact our member services regarding membership options that include tennis privileges. Aquatic Center In the water, the right stroke may be all you need to achieve fitness. Our four lane indoor lap pool is an inviting option to members interested in swimming their way to health. Our water aerobic classes will give you the strength and endurance you need for trimmed and toned shape. Located as well in the aquatic center are the activity pool and whirlpool. Other Benefits There are many benefits to Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center membership. From our luxurious locker suites to our family friendly services, you will be pampered and spoiled with the most elite of health services. Membership options are available with no long-term contracts and are competitively priced.

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847–885–7500

www.heparks.org

H OFF M A N ESTAT ES PA R K D I ST R I C T

Baton / Pom Children develop hand eye coordination, rhythm and self confidence as they master various baton and poms skills. This course includes instruction basics and routines. Participants will be marching in the 4th of July parade as well as performing at Party in the Park. In addition to class fees, participants are responsible for a small fee for the 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. 4–6 years / WRC

235008–A

TH

6:30P–7:00P

6/4 ››› 7/2

$29 / $32

235008–F

TH

6:30P–7:00P

7/9 ››› 8/6

$29 / $32

7–10 years / WRC

Magic Class 4–14 years / CCIA 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 tricks are taught every class! 237425–A

F

5:15P–6:10P

TH

7:00P–7:30P

6/4 ››› 7/2

$29 / $32

235008–G

TH

7:00P–7:30P

7/9 ››› 8/6

$29 / $32

235008–H

TH

7:30P–8:00P

7/9 ››› 8/6

$29 / $32

Intro to Abacus / 5–7 years

$29 / $32

Intro to Abacus / 8–12 years

Level 1A / 5–8 years

235008–C

TH

7:30P–8:00P

6/4 ››› 7/2

Poms Only / 10–18 years / WRC

235008–D

TH

8:00P–8:30P

6/4 ››› 7/2

$29 / $32

235008–I

TH

8:00P–8:30P

7/9 ››› 8/6

$29 / $32

235008–J

SU SU

1:00P–3:00P 1:00P–3:00P

6/14 ››› 7/12 7/19 ››› 8/9

$56 / $62 $56 / $62

Skateboard Lessons WRC Skate Park 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 and tricks based on their abilities. 5–7 years

235010–A

SU

10:00A–11:00A

6/14 ››› 7/19

$60 / $66

235010–C

SU

10:00A–11:00A

7/26 ››› 8/30

$60 / $66

235010–B

SU

11:00A–12:00P

6/14 ››› 7/19

$60 / $66

235010–D

SU

11:00A–12:00P

7/26 ››› 8/30

$60 / $66

8–13 years

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235036–A 235036–B 235036–C

TU TU

3:45P–4:45P 5:00P–6:00P

TU,TH 9:30A–11:30A

6/23 ››› 7/28

$75 / $83

6/23 ››› 7/28

$75 / $83

6/23 ››› 7/16

$180 / $198

6/23 ››› 7/16

$180 / $198

7/21 ››› 8/13

$180 / $198

7/21 ››› 8/13

$180 / $198

Level 1A / 9–12 years

Competitive / 7–18 years / CCIA

235008–E

$18 / $20

Introduction to Abacus CCIA Throw away your calculator! Improve concentration, visualization and memory while learning how to use an abacus to calculate simple addition and subtraction. All materials including an abacus are provided. Parents are welcome to attend. Children must be able to write numbers from 0–9.

235008–B

10–18 years / WRC

7/10

235036–E

TU,TH 9:30A–11:30A

Level 1B / 5–8 years

235036–D

TU,TH 9:30A–11:30A

Level 1B / 9–12 years

235036–F

TU,TH 9:30A–11:30A

Health and Fitness — Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center Just for Fun — classes

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Just for Fun — Parties Parties at Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center 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, unless otherwise stated. Fees may vary based on space and rooms rented. Additional fee for room rental. Please call Christine Tusa at 847–285–5439, or email ctusa@heparks.org for information.

Activity Pool Party PSS&WC Celebrate with a refreshing swim any time of the year in PSS&WC zero-depth activity pool. We provide swimming supervision by certified lifeguards. The host must provide two adult chaperones. 90min member — $10 / guest

Combo Party 5+ years / PSS&WC Get the best of both worlds with 90 minutes of swimming and 90 minutes of rock wall climbing. We provide swimming supervision and professional climbing instruction. The host must provide two adult chaperones. 90min

non member — $12 / guest

member — $20 / guest non member — $24 / guest

Climbing Wall Party 5+ years / PSS&WC Take your birthday party to new heights on our 40 foot indoor climbing wall. Our professional climbing staff belays all climbers and provides basic instruction. Two adult chaperones are also required. 90min member — $12 / guest non member — $14 / guest

Overnight Lock-in 5+ years / PSS&WC Ask about discounts for larger groups. For all night excitement, treat your guests to a lock in party at PSS&WC. Spend the night in the gym, enjoying basketball, volleyball and other sports or watch movies in our tv room. Add to the excitement by including 90 minutes of swimming or rock wall climbing. Overnights are available Friday or Saturday evenings from 7:00P–7:00A. Adult chaperones must be provided. 12 hours $15 / guest Minimum of twenty (20) participants applies.

Parties at the Community Center & Ice Arena and Willow Recreation Center Ninety (90) minute parties can be booked for Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Prices at WRC include goodie bags for each participant. Parents may bring their own pizza, cake, ice cream and beverages. There is a 20 child maximum. For more information, call 847–885–7500 for CCIA or 847–285–5440 for WRC. Additional days and times may be available upon request. Willow Skate Park and Teen Room parties are also available, call 847–885–7500 for details.

Athletic Party 4+ years / WRC Kids take over the gym and enjoy everything from basketball to floor hockey, soccer to volleyball. Activities should be chosen ahead of time so equipment can be made available.

Jazzercise Party 5+ years / WRC Kids move and groove to great upbeat music as our Jazzercise choreographer leads them through fun and easy to follow steps. $175 / $193

$150 / $165

Arts & Crafts Party 4+ years / WRC Party guests should express themselves and create a great craft project they can take home with them. A variety of projects are offered and themes change as well. $175 / $193

Broomball Party or Group Outing CCIA Come and play a game on the ice that does not involve skates. All you need are gloves, a helmet and clean tennis shoes. Contact Jeff for availability and pricing at 847–781–3632.

$150 / $165

Wallyball Party 12+ years / WRC Team up to play wallyball, that’s volleyball on a racquetball court, and then head upstairs to open gifts. This fast paced game is fun for all. $150 / $165

Gymnastics Party 5+ years / WRC This party will turn your guests on their heads as we lead them through basic gymnastics moves on several apparatus.

Rentals

$175 / $193

Have fun at our beautiful open air shelters located at various parks throughout Hoffman Estates. The Park District requires a completed Rental Form to reserve any park. Come in to the HEPD Community Center & Ice Arena or to Willow Recreation Center to fill out a rental form. Shelters are available for rental at the following parks: Charlemagne, Evergreen, Field Park, High Point, Huntington, Olmstead, Valley, Victoria and Willow.

Ice Skating Party 4+ years / CCIA For a birthday party that’s really cool, skate your way to the Hoffman Estates Ice Arena. Each 90 minute party package includes admission and skate rental for up to 20 children as well as use of our party room. Concessions are available and hosts are welcome to bring their own cake and ice cream. $285 during open ice hours $170 during regular public skate hours

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Old Fashioned Party 4+ years / WRC For the traditionalist, this party offers guests all the old favorites like bozo buckets, pin the tail on the donkey, relay races and more.

Park and Shelter Rentals

Meeting Room and Gymnasium Rentals Fees vary, call for a rate sheet or visit our website at www.heparks.org. Alcohol is prohibited at all facilities except for Poplar Creek Country Club. Audiovisual equipment may be available for rental at a nominal cost. Rental applications are available at the front desk of each facility. Please allow 48 hours for your request to be processed.

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www.poplarcreekcc.com

P OP L A R C R EEK C OUN T RY C LUB

Online Tee Time Reservations Our website, www.poplarcreekcc.com, allows golfers to book their tee times online, up to seven days in advance. Permanent Tee Times Saturday and Sunday morning reserved tee times can be contracted for the 2009 season. Call 847–781–3679 for info. ProLink GPS System ProLink is a cutting edge, computerized yardage and scoring system available in Poplar Creek’s golf carts. The ProLink monitor on each golf cart acts as a professional caddie, and provides such information as — yardage to the pin, Pro Tips on how to play each hole, green contours and distances to the pin, scoring with real time leaderboard and messaging to and from the Pro Shop. You can even order food and drinks from the comfort of your own golf cart. Purchasing a Resident Discount Golf ID Card or Corporate ID Card or Resident ID Card This card is the only identification we recognize as proof of residency. Resident ID cards can be purchased at any HEPD facility. A valid drivers license with a Hoffman Estates address and a current utility bill must be presented when purchasing or renewing the card. There is an annual administrative fee of $5 for issuing this card. Pro Shop Merchandise The Poplar Creek Pro Shop features a wide array of the latest fashions for men and women, including Under Armour, Adidas, Antigua and Footjoy. Custom Club Fitting Call the Pro Shop for details at 847–781–3679. Let us fit you with a new set of Tour Edge Clubs at our Tour Edge custom fitting center. Or we can check your existing equipment for lie angle, loft angle, shaft flex, grip size and length. There is a $15 fitting charge without the purchase of Tour Edge Clubs. Discount Email Club Join PCCC’s discount email club and receive year round golfing discounts. Simply log on to www.poplarcreekcc.com and click on email sign up. You will receive online coupons good toward a host of products and services at PCCC.

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Gift Cards An HEPD gift card is the perfect gift for any golfer. Gift cards are redeemable for green fees, Pro Shop merchandise, golf lessons, golf programs, memberships and other HEPD products or services. Clubhouse Features Banquet and Meeting Rooms Bridal Room The Grill at Poplar Creek Full Line Pro Shop Women’s and Men’s Locker Rooms Golf Outings Thinking of having a golf outing during the 2009 season? Let PCCC host the event, with our specially designed golf outing packages. Call 847–781–3660 for more information on pricing and available dates. Banquet Facilities Enjoy our beautiful, upscale banquet facilities overlooking our 18 Hole Championship Golf Course. We offer custom designed packages. You’ll enjoy a country club atmosphere at an affordable price. We have accommodations for 30 to 275 people, specializing in — wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, bridal showers, baby showers, religious celebrations, awards banquets, golf outings, ethnic catering, corporate meetings and events. Please call 847–781–3655 for your special event, or visit www.poplarcreekcc.com.

FOOD AND BEVERAGE STAFF Wayne Leming Food and Beverage Manager 847–781–3659

wleming@heparks.org

Poplar Creek Country Club — banquets — golf

Learning Center and Golf Range Practice makes perfect and our learning center is perfect for those golfers who want to develop all aspects of their game. We have doubled the size of the grass tee and added four target greens and a chipping and pitching green with a sand bunker. Along with our Fiberbuilt mats and existing putting green, these improvements make the perfect facility to hone all of your golfing skills.

6:00A –7:00P

Just for Fun — parties

Hours Monday–Sunday

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PGA STAFF Jason Mannina Director of Golf — PGA 847–781–3660

jmannina@heparks.org

Brian Bechtold Head Golf Professional 847–781–3679

bbechtold@heparks.org

Jamie Nieto Assistarnt Golf Professional 847–781–3680

jnieto@heparks.org

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Special Events

Golf Rates

Mothers Day Brunch Sunday, May 10, 2009

Monday – Friday 9 Holes

18 Holes

Open – 1:26P

$16 / $20

$25 / $30

with cart

$25 / $30

$40 / $46

1:34P – 2:51P

$16 / $20

$20 / $25

with cart

$25 / $30

$30 / $35

resident / non resident

PGA Private Lesson Adult — $45 per half hour

3:00P – 5:34P

$18 / $20

$20 / $22

with cart

$28 / $30

$30 / $32

Friends of HE Parks Golf Outing Tuesday, July 14, 2009

HEPD Jr. Club Championship Package is five half hour lessons

5:43P – Close

Monday, July 27, 2009 6:30A Tee Times

Junior Package — $150 $10 / $15

$16 / $20

HEPD Championship

Saturday – Sunday & Holidays Open – 12:51P

9 Holes

Saturday, August 15 & Sunday, August 16, 2009 10:00A TeeTimes

18 Holes

Outing

with cart

$50 / $60

1:00P – 2:51P

$28 / $34

18 Holes w/Cart, Bag Drop, GPS Scoring with Real Time Leader Board

with cart

$39 / $46

Weekday — $57 Weekend — $63

Bright Night

Friday, September 18, 2009 6:00P Registration / 6:45P Dinner / 8:00P Shotgun

Pro–Am Scramble

3:00P - Close with cart

Saturday, May 23, 2009 10:00A Tee Times

Junior — $35 per half hour

Adult Package — $190 with cart

2 Person Scramble

$22 / $25

Sunday, October 11, 2009 10:30A Shotgun

$25 / $28

Special Rates Juniors under 17 years and Seniors 60+

$15 / $17

$20 / $26

with cart

$23/ $25

$30 / $33

Pull Carts

$3

$4

Rental Clubs

$12

$20

Cart Cover (Per Cart)

$10

$10

9 Holes

Turkey Shoot

Saturday, November 7, 2009 10:30A Shotgun

Make a Holiday Wish Come True Saturday, November 21, 2009 10:30A Shotgun

18 Holes

Driving Range

Entries available at www.poplarcreekcc.com

30–35 Balls

60–65 Balls

115–120 Balls

Adult

$5

$7.50

$11

Junior

$2 (Saturday and Sunday 5:00P–6:00P)

15 Large Bucket Pass — $90

30 Large Bucket Pass — $165

Unlimited Personal Range Pass — $600 Pass is valid through the 2009 season at Poplar Creek’s Learning Center. Not transferable or sharable. Sales are limited to 50 passes. Receive 20 three hole twilight passes with cart when pass is purchased before April 31st

Driving Range Hours M 10:00A–9:15P TU–SA 6:00A–9:15P SU 6:00A–8:00P

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www.poplarcreekcc.com

P OP L A R C R EEK C OUN T RY C LUB

Poplar Creek Golf Academy Programs The PCGA has been developed to offer a progressive golf experience to children of all age levels and playing abilities, from creative motor skills training to on course instruction. For information regarding upcoming junior program sessions, contact Brian Bechtold at 847–781–3679.

Golden Bears 4–15 years / PCCC This early childhood golf program is designed to develop important motor skills through the use of target oriented training methods. This program helps children establish a base off which to grow and develop a solid golf swing. Please provide the following information at the time of registration: participant's height, whether they swing right or left handed and a t-shirt size: Youth — 6–8, 10–12, 14–16, Adult — S, M, L, XL, and XXL. If registering online please forward the above information to pcccproshop@heparks. Students will receive two clubs. 231010–A

TU,TH

4:30P–5:30P

7/9 ››› 8/4

$100 / $120

Sharks 4–14 years / PCCC This junior program is designed to help young golfers establish and develop strong game fundamentals. Practice sessions focus on the long and short game, as well as on course play and golf etiquette. Participants must have successfully completed Golden Bears, Polar Bears or a similar junior golf program before enrolling in this program. Please provide the following information at the time of registration: participant's height, whether they swing right or left handed. If registering online please forward the above information to pcccproshop@heparks.org. Golf clubs are not provided for use during this program. 231011–A

TH

5:45P–6:45P

6/4 ››› 7/2

Masters 12–17 years / PCCC This program is designed specifically for the competitive student of the game, this program focuses on improving swing fundamentals, practice techniques, and course management. Participants complete 9 holes daily following instruction. Prerequisite: Participant must be a high school golf team member or have a minimum three years of participation in an accredited junior golf program. 231012–A

TH

6:00A–10:30A

7/9 ››› 7/30

$140 / $165

Tigers 5–15 years / PCCC This advanced junior golf program is designed to strengthen fundamentals by mixing long and short game practice with on course training sessions. Prerequisite: Participant must have successfully completed our Sharks program or a similar junior program participation. 231013–A

TU,TH

5:45P–6:45P

7/9 ››› 8/4

$140 / $165

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$125 / $150

Adult Golf Group Golf Lessons 18+ years / PCCC Golfers are more eager to attest to their scorecards after lessons from the Poplar Creek Country Club Pros. We offer lessons for beginners as well as those wishing to break par. Each session includes four lessons covering basic set up and swing fundamentals in the areas of woods, irons, chipping and putting. Clubs can be provided for students. 231001–A

SA

10:30A–11:30A 6/6 ››› 6/27

$60 / $70

231001–B

W

5:45P–6:45P

$60 / $70

6/3 ››› 6/24

Hook an Adult on Golf 2009 A summer workshop designed for the beginner who has never spent any time on a golf course, but has always wanted to learn. In this introductory session, you will learn about the game, etiquette, course, practice center, and a brief introduction to mechanics of the golf swing. Maximum of 8 students per session. Limit of 1 session per participant, per season. All this, packed into 1 hour and FREE of charge! To sign up, contact Brian Bechtold at 847–781–3679 or email at bbechtold@heparks.org. If leaving a message, include your name, phone number, and email address. You will receive a confirmation via phone or email prior to class start. Saturday, May 23 — 11:45A–12:45A Saturday, June 20 — 12:00P–1:00P Saturday, July 18 — 12:00P–1:00P Saturday, August 15 — 12:00P–1:00P

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Before and After School

STAR Travel Camps

2009–2010 School Year The Hoffman Estates Park District’s STAR before and after school program is student development through academics and recreation. The STAR program will provide your child a safe environment of fun and excitement. Activities include weekly themes arts and crafts, gym games, outdoor play and homework time. A light snack will be offered daily. Before care is from 7:00A until the start of school and After care is from the end of school until 6:00P. Three and five day availability.

If you are looking for something to do the last week before school starts, 8/17 ››› 8/21, Travel Camp will take you to new and exciting places. Join us as we venture out one last time before summer ends. Care is offered from 7:00A–6:00P. Specific trip time is noted by each day. Drop off and pick up is at CCIA or WRC.

LOCATIONS Willow Recreation Center — children that attend Thomas Jefferson and Whiteley schools. Lakeview — serves children that attend Lakeview School.

Brunswick Zone: Mini Golf and Bowling Bring Sack Lunch

Deadline 8/13

CCIA / Trip time 9:00A–3:00P

256415–A

M

7:00A–6:00P

8/17

$38 / $41

8/17

$38 / $41

WRC / Trip time 9:00A–3:00P

256415–A1

M

7:00A–6:00P

MacArthur — serves children that attend MacArthur School

REGISTRATION POLICY Register in person or at Community Center & Ice Arena, for Lakeview and MacArthur sites or at Willow Recreation Center, for Willow site. STAR registration is on a first come first serve basis. Enrollment is limited. A $25 registration fee is required at the time of registration per child. Nine monthly payments will be deducted from your checking account or credit card through our Electronic Funds Transfer billing system. No registrations or changes will take place one week before or one week after STAR begins. Contact Carolyn Ray at 847–885–7500 x635

The Oasis — Outdoor Water Park Bring Sack Lunch

Deadline 8/14

CCIA / Trip time 11:00A–4:00P

256415–A2

T

7:00A–6:00P

8/18

$38 / $41

8/18

$38 / $41

WRC / Trip time 11:00A–4:00P

256415–A3

T

7:00A–6:00P

Donley Wild West Town

Deadline 8/17

Lunch Included CCIA / Trip time 9:30A–3:00P

256415–A4

KinderSTAR Children attending morning kindergarten at Thomas Jefferson and Whiteley can attend an afternoon kindergarten enrichment program until 6:00P. Monthly field trips will be planned throughout the year to correspond with monthly themes. Children must bring a lunch from home daily. District #15 busses will transport children from their schools to Willow Recreation Center.

W

7:00A–6:00P

8/19

$38 / $41

8/19

$38 / $41

WRC / Trip time 9:30A–3:00P

256415–B

W

7:00A–6:00P

Discovery Center Bring Sack Lunch

Deadline 8/18

CCIA / Trip time 9:00A–2:00P

256415–B1

T

7:00A–6:00P

8/20

$38 / $41

8/20

$38 / $41

WRC / Trip time 9:00A–2:00P

256415–B

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Family Fun Center

Deadline 8/19

Bring Sack Lunch CCIA / Trip time 9:00A–2:30P

256415–B3

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7:00A–6:00P

8/21

$38 / $41

8/21

$38 / $41

WRC / Trip time 9:00A–2:30P

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Membership Rates Daily Fee — $3 Standard Annual Membership — $30 / $33 teen hangout / game room Deluxe Annual Membership — $55 / $60 teen hangout / game room / open gym Game Room Spend time with your family and play pool, ping pong, and more! No one under 11 years of age is admitted without parental supervision. Daily Fee — $3 10 punch pass — $25

STAR — before and after school

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Teen Hangout Room at WRC Monday–Friday 3:00P–8:00P Saturday 10:00P–5:00P Sunday 10:00P–2:00P

Game Room at WRC Monday–Friday 6:00P–9:00P Saturday 3:00P–5:00P Sunday 11:00A–2:00P

Teens

Community Wide Youth Project The Community Wide Youth Project is a cooperative program among the Hoffman Estates Park District, the Village of Hoffman Estates and Schaumburg Township. The three government agencies are involved in sponsoring the Vogelei Teen Center, recreational programming, trips, and special events. For more info about participating or volunteering, contact Jason Hickman, Superintendent of Recreation, at 847–885–7500.

Pizza Nights WRC Come enjoy some pizza and pop while hanging out with your friends in our Teen Room and Game Room. Wallyball is also available, so bring plenty of friends to form teams. Admission fee includes use of both rooms, plus pizza and beverage. Teens are only allowed admission to Pizza Night once each night. Once you leave, you’re out for the night. No registration, pay at the door. June 12, 26

6:00P–8:00P

$3 / $5

HEPD Teen Commission

July 10, 24

6:00P–8:00P

$3 / $5

Make your opinions heard. The park district is currently forming a teen commission to help plan programming and events at the Vogelei Barn, the Willow Recreation Center Teen Hangout, and throughout the district. Quarterly meetings will be held at 4:30P. Interested 11 to 16 year olds should call 847–885–7500.

August 7, 21

6:00P–8:00P

$3 / $5

Advisory Council of Teens Advisory Council of Teens (A.C.T.) is a group of high school juniors and seniors representing the Schaumburg Township, committed to serving as advisors to the Teen Network. A.C.T. shares leadership in planning, promoting and organizing positive events/activities and other programming opportunities that serve youth in the community.

Teen Hangout Room Stop in and spend some time with your friends in our Teen Hangout Room, open to ages 11–17 years. Relax and watch tv, or do your homework on our computer. Our shared Game Room is open to teens during all teen hours, equipped with pool table, ping pong, foosball and board games.

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Teens Take Over WRC Teens Take Over is an age supervised program for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students. Hang out with your friends and enjoy dancing, DJ entertainment, wallyball, basketball, pool tables, ping pong, foosball and more. Snacks and drinks are available for purchase. (No one will be allowed to leave the facility once admitted, unless escorted by a parent or guardian.) For more information call 847–885–7500. No registration, pay at the door. May 30

7:00P–9:30P

$4 / $5

Teens Take Over Seascape Seascape This summer, 6th, 7th and 8th grade students will get the run of the pool. This supervised program allows teens to hang out with friends by the pool. Refreshments available. No registration, pay at the door. July 25

7:00P–9:00P

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Vogelei Park was developed by the Hoffman Estates Park District together with corporate and community partnerships 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. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Gary Buczkowski at gbuczkowski@heparks.org. or 847–561–2172

Nature Programs Nature Detectives

5–10 years / Vogelei Park

Come out to the brand new Vogelei Park and meet a naturalist that will guide your children through the park on a scavenger hunt for animal tracks, insects, wildflowers and much more. Use detective’s tools to get an up close look at the flower gardens, birds and critters that call this park home. This program stresses hands on discovery; kids should come dressed for the weather and wear closed toed shoes. 235972–A

Amenities at Vogelei Vogelei House Vogelei Barn Meeting and Banquet Space Safety Town Children’s Barnyard Playground

10:00A–11:30A

Prairie Trekkers

7/1

$10 / $12

7+ years / Shoe Factory Road Woods

Designed with fun in mind, this program uncovers one of our community’s jewels and mysterious habitats. Trek back in time through the tall grass on adventurous hikes discovering the unique features of this forgotten landscape. Participants should come dressed for the weather and wear closed toed shoes. Program will meet at Shoe Factory Road Woods. Parking is available off New Sutton Road (Route 59) south of Shoe Factory Road. 235973–A

10:00A–12:00P

7/12

$15 / $17

Shelter

Landscape Stewards

Stage

Combining the emerging fields of native landscaping and habitat restoration this program will begin to uncover the connection between native plants and healthy ecosystems. Use the various natural gardens of Vogelei Park as a model and get up close to native plants while learning techniques to help you start or enhance your own native garden. Discover how these small native gardens have a strong connection to much larger habitat restoration projects in Hoffman Estates.

Children’s Water Playground The Gardens at Vogelei Woodland Garden, Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Water Garden, Community Education Gardens, Children’s Garden, North Perennial Garden, Main Entry Garden, Grass Garden, Illinois Prairie, Native Wetland and Giving Garden

Vogelei Barn Banquet Room

12+ years / Vogelei Park

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10:00A–11:00A

6/14

$10 / $12

235971–B

10:00A–11:00A

6/17

$10 / $12

Vogelei Barn is available for any special event. This private, casual space features hardwood floors and accommodates groups of up to 130 people. It’s setting, on the beautifully renovated Vogelei Park, makes it an ideal place for your next gathering. Please call for more information and rental fees.

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 and the Hoffman Estates area. The TNIRC is a non profit organization which is committed to ensure the health of raptors and the community we share through education, research and conservation. For more information on the services TNIRC provides, visit www.tnirc.org. For educational program opportunities, call 847–386–1818 or e-mail info@tnirc.org.

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Willow Dog Park ½ Acre Off Leash Area Fully Fenced

Willow Skate Park is the best place in Hoffman Estates for inline skating and skateboarding. Our 11,000 square foot park features platforms and ramps. This is an unsupervised park and helmets are mandatory.

Skateboard Lessons

WRC Skate Park

Waste Disposal Bags

5–7 years

Picnic Tables

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10:00A–11:00A

6/14 ››› 7/19

$60 / $66

Key Code Entry

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SU

10:00A–11:00A

7/26 ››› 8/30

$60 / $66

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11:00A–12:00P

6/14 ››› 7/19

$60 / $66

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11:00A–12:00P

7/26 ››› 8/30

$60 / $66

Agility Equipment Dog Water Service

8–13 years

Purchase your membership at WRC or CCIA. Provide certification of dog’s vaccinations for 2009.

Dog Park Monday–Sunday 8:00A–Sunset Membership — Begins May 1st First Dog $40 / $60 Additional Dogs $15 / $20

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Sunrise–Sunset

Willow Skate Park

Skate Park Monday–Sunday

Willow Dog Park

Entrance Holding Area

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 and tricks based on their abilities.

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50+ Active Adults Gentle Yoga

CCIA

Are you looking for a gentle movement class to bring ease back into your body? This class focuses on deep breathing combined with exercises to build strength, increase flexibility and reduce stress. Register for both classes receive 10% off. 235324–A

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4:30P–5:30P

6/15 ››› 8/17

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4:30P–5:30P

6/18 ››› 8/20 $68 / $74

NEW! Sit ‘n Fit

$68 / $74

CCIA Dance

This low impact class is perfect for all levels. We will utilize a variety of strength, balance, stability and flexibility techniques to help to improve your everyday activities. Exercise will be done from a chair, from mats on the floor and with resistance bands. This class hits all muscle groups. Class will be led by Jennifer Clark, Certified Group Fitness Instructor and Certified Personal Trainer. Register for both classes receive 10% off. 235326–C

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6/15 ››› 7/13

$10 / $12

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9:15A–10:00A

6/17 ››› 7/15

$10 / $12

Chicago Botanic Gardens, Buffet Meal and Carillon Concert Enjoy an enchanting 45 minute musical performance of carillon bells on a warm summer evening and watch lights illuminate Evening Island after a Tram Tour of these magnificent gardens and a buffet meal. 235318–A

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3:30P

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$32 / $35

Sen Dro 9:0

Lakefront Bike Tour The fun way to see Chicago! Group exercise, fun and fellowship all in one while seeing the sites during this guided tour of Chicago’s lakefront. Comfort bikes, helmets and locks are included. Limited to 25 participants. 235318–B

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11:00A

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$29 / $31

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NEW 50+ Coordinator Rica Cuff Basic Exercise & Movement

CCIA Dance

This class focuses on strength, movement and balance challenges through the use of the body’s core muscles. Class will be led by Jennifer Clark, Certified Group Fitness Instructor and Certified Personal Trainer. Register for both classes receive 10% off. 235325–A

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10:15A–11:00A

6/15 ››› 7/13

$10 / $12

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10:15A–11:00A

6/17 ››› 7/15

$10 / $12

NEW! Meditation

Rica Cuff joined the Hoffman Estates Park District in January, 2009. It's Rica's goal to make the 50+Active Adults group the best in the area. If you would like to come be a member contact Rica at 847–885–7500 x626.

CCIA

Imagine receiving physical, mental, and emotional relief all at one time. That’s what this meditation class series promises. This class is geared to beginners and experienced meditation enthusiasts alike. No mats needed, as participants will be seated. Informative and relaxing. Register for both classes receive 10% off. 235328–A

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7:00P – 7:45P

6/15 ››› 7/6

$20 / $22

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7:00P – 7:45P

8/3 ››› 8/24

$20 / $22

Six County Senior Olympics 2009 Park Ridge Senior Center

Providing an opportunity for older adults to compete with their peers in an atmosphere of friendship, support and recognition. This event is open to seniors of all ability levels. More than 30 events are hosted including golf, tennis, bowling, swimming, biking, track and field, horseshoes, bocce and volleyball. All participants will receive a t-shirt. Medals will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers in each age and gender category. Registration forms and a detailed schedule of events will be available online at www.il-ipra.org/seniorolympics, at the HEPD CCIA Senior Center, or by calling 847–692–3597.

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Join your friends or make new ones in a place just for you! Senior Center members have full use of the Center, which offers space to enjoy board games, a comfortable TV viewing area, two pool tables, a ping-pong table and a full size kitchen for functions and events!

Senior Center Membership Drop-In Hours for 50+ members 9:00A–4:00P $5 Annual Fee Membership includes: drop in access, newsletter with upcoming events and trips, advance registration for trips and events, free use of the indoor walking track, resource information and email notices. FREE Membership for all 50+ CCIA Fitness Center Members

Health and Wellness for Adults 50+ The Hoffman Estates Park District has partnered with the HE Department of Health and Human Services to offer free health screenings at our Senior Center. Medical professionals will offer health and medical consultations, blood pressure testing, diabetes and hemoglobin testing. Total cholesterol testing is also available for $6. For best results, please fast for at least four hours before diabetes or cholesterol testing. The Hoffman Estates Park District is pleased to offer these additional health services as part of our partnership with Alexian Brothers Hospital Network. If you or someone you know, can benefit from these screenings, please register at 866–253–9426. There is no obligation.

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Free Adult Health Screenings Third Monday of every month 11:00A–12:00P

Adult Seminars 2nd Tuesday of every other month 1st and 3rd Friday of every month

10:00A–11:30A 12:30P–1:30P

Check our website for free upcoming educational seminars covering a variety of topics for adults—from health and wellness to money management and gardening. Speakers are provided by Alexian Adult Institute or HEPD Senior Center.

Weekly Programs and Activities Mondays

Reading Club 1:30P at CCIA Senior Center First and Last Monday of each month

Tuesdays

Walking Club 8:30A at High Point Park Bowling 1:00P at Streamwood Bowl, $8 Volleyball 1:00P at CCIA Gym, $1

Wednesdays Walking Club 8:30A at High Point Park Thursdays

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Walking Club 8:30A at High Point Park Bocce 1:00P at Pinstripes in the Arboretum, $7 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month Card/Board Games 1:30P at CCIA Volleyball 7:00P at CCIA Gym, $1 Fun and Games Night 7:30P at CCIA Volleyball 10:00A at CCIA Gym, $1 Brown Bag Lunch Social 11:30A at CCIA Member Birthday Celebration CCIA 4th Friday of each month, Catered Event

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Northwest Special Recreation Association — Providing Recreation Services to Individuals with Special Needs The Hoffman Estates Park District is a member of a cooperative agreement among 16 park districts which form the Northwest Special Recreation Association (NWSRA). NWSRA exists to provide outstanding opportunities through recreation for people with disabilities. The agency’s team of full time Therapeutic Recreation professionals and trained part-time staff offer safe, fun and quality year-round opportunities to individuals with disabilities of all ages and ability levels. Participants benefit through increased self esteem, physical and social skills development, and improved fitness and health while experiencing new challenges, making friends, and having fun! After school, evening and weekend activities feature cooperative sports and games, individuals and team sports, arts and crafts, fitness, cooking, creative arts, and drama. Camps, trips, and special events are also available at various times throughout the year. 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 if special accommodation is needed so that the individual can successfully participate in the program. The park district staff will then contact NWSRA for assistance with the accommodation. 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 West Central Road in Rolling Meadows. NWSRA may be contacted at 847–392–2848 (voice), 392–2855 (TTY) or 392–2870 (fax.) Check us out on the web at nwsra.org.

Opportunities For Leaders NWSRA is hiring leaders for positions of inclusion as well as NWSRA programs. If you have an interest in working with individuals with disabilities, contact NWSRA at 847–392–2848 to discuss the possibilities. The benefits are endless!

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Friends of HE Parks Foundation The Friends of HE Parks Foundation is made up of community volunteers who work together to raise money so that more residents can participate and enjoy recreational and leisure opportunities, regardless of social, physical or economic circumstances and limitations. Since its creation in 2002, the Foundation through its scholarship fund, has donated tens of thousands of dollars to benefit hundreds of local youth and their families, enabling them to play sports, dance, skate and swim in programs they once could not afford. Recently, the Foundation purchased a jumbo movie screen and donated it to the park district to enable the free movie nights presented for all members of our community. 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. A Word From the Trustees We hope to see you on July 14th for our annual Communi-Tee golf outing at Poplar Creek Country Club. This year’s outing begins at 10:00A with a driving range warm up led by Poplar Creek Country Club’s PGA staff. The tournament kicks off at 11:00A with a shotgun start. There will be a light lunch and beverages provided on the course followed by a cocktail hour and dinner buffet. Prizes will be awarded to the team with the low gross score. This year’s event will once again include the opportunity for golfers to participate in a “Million Dollar Shoot-Out Competition.” During the event, one golfer will qualify for the opportunity to shoot for One Million Dollars. The qualifier will shoot for this grand prize at the conclusion of the event. There is a $125 fee per golfer, which includes golf, cocktail hour and all meals. Contact Peg Kusmierski at 847–310–3617 for registration information and more details.

Community Organizations HOFFMAN ESTATES ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 224–629–0487

Mark Mueller Football

847–310–0626

Renee Koziel Cheerleading

NORTHWEST SUBURBAN ASTRONOMERS 8154–55–6155 www.nsaclub.org HOFFMAN ESTATES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 847–781–9100 VILLAGE OF HOFFMAN ESTATES 847–882–9100 HOFFMAN ESTATES TRAVEL SOCCER 847–885–7500 Dru Steinhoff PARENTS WHO CARE 847–604–4582

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Household Name___________________________________________

Credit Card _____Cash ____ Check # _________________________

Address___________________________________________________

1 Expiration Date _____________

City / Zip Code _____________________________________________

2 Credit Card Number ______________________________________

Home Phone _______________________________________________

3 Amount of Payment ______________________________________

Work Phone ________________________________________________ 4 Authorized Signature _____________________________________ Cell Phone__________________________________________________ Participant

Gender

Birthday

email __________________________________________________

Program

Program Number–Letter

2nd Choice

Fee

I have read and fully understand the important information on the reverse of this card, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering a minor participant, I further attest that I have read the reverse of this card to my minor child / ward. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Participants or Parent / Guardian Date Center Coordinator

Household Name___________________________________________

Credit Card _____Cash ____ Check # _________________________

Address___________________________________________________

1 Expiration Date _____________

City / Zip Code _____________________________________________

2 Credit Card Number ______________________________________

Home Phone _______________________________________________

3 Amount of Payment ______________________________________

Work Phone ________________________________________________ 4 Authorized Signature _____________________________________ Cell Phone__________________________________________________ Participant

Gender

Birthday

email __________________________________________________

Seascape / Prairie Stone™ Sports and Wellness Center / Golf

Fee

Registration — form

Seascape and PSS&WC Aquatic Season Pass / Resident Golf ID Card

NWSRA

The Hoffman Estates Park District welcomes individuals with disabilities into programs. Please describe any accommodations needed for successful inclusion in the programs:

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The Hoffman Estates Park District welcomes individuals with disabilities into programs. Please describe any accommodations needed for successful inclusion in the programs.

I have read and fully understand the important information on the reverse of this card, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering a minor participant, I further attest that I have read the reverse of this card to my minor child / ward. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Participants or Parent / Guardian Date Center Coordinator

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Registration Waiver Waiver & Release of All Claims & Assumption of Risk

Important Information

Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in the Hoffman Estates Park District identified programs / activities, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with said programs / activities (including transportation services / vehicle operation, when provided.)

The Hoffman Estates Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Hoffman Estates Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents / guardians of minors registering for this program / activity must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and or skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way or recently suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.

I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in these programs / activities, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, damages or loss regardless of severity, that I or my minor child/ward may sustain as a result of participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child / ward) as a result of participating in these programs / activities against the Hoffman Estates Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers and employees (hereinafter collectively referred as Hoffman Estates Park District.) I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Hoffman Estates Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss that my minor child / ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child / ward and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with these programs / activities.

Photo and Video Policy I acknowledge and agree that I, or my child, as a participant in a Hoffman Estates Park District program or event, or when using one of its public parks or facilities, may be photographed for purposes of publication in the Park District’s catalog, web site or other promotional materials.

Warning of Risk Recreational activities / programs are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant. Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity / program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to acts of God, inclement weather, slipping, falling, equipment failures, failure in supervision, premises defects and all other circumstances inherent to recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the (HEPD) to guarantee absolute safety.

Registration Waiver Waiver & Release of All Claims & Assumption of Risk

Important Information

Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in the Hoffman Estates Park District identified programs / activities, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with said programs / activities (including transportation services / vehicle operation, when provided.)

The Hoffman Estates Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Hoffman Estates Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents / guardians of minors registering for this program / activity must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and or skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way or recently suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.

I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in these programs / activities, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, damages or loss regardless of severity, that I or my minor child/ward may sustain as a result of participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child / ward) as a result of participating in these programs / activities against the Hoffman Estates Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers and employees (hereinafter collectively referred as Hoffman Estates Park District.) I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Hoffman Estates Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss that my minor child / ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child / ward and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with these programs / activities.

Photo and Video Policy I acknowledge and agree that I, or my child, as a participant in a Hoffman Estates Park District program or event, or when using one of its public parks or facilities, may be photographed for purposes of publication in the Park District’s catalog, web site or other promotional materials.

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Warning of Risk Recreational activities / programs are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant. Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity / program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to acts of God, inclement weather, slipping, falling, equipment failures, failure in supervision, premises defects and all other circumstances inherent to recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the (HEPD) to guarantee absolute safety.

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Policies Americans with Disabilities Act

Due to the expanded number of classes and class sizes, registration will now be offered on a first come, first served basis for the majority of our classes. Preschool and S.T.A.R programs will continue to be offered through a lottery registration system. To register, fill out the form completely. Be sure to include household name and address, and program name, number, and section. Read the waiver. Registration forms must be signed to enable us to process the registration. A legal guardian must sign for individuals younger than 18 years. Please register early. Class status is determined one week prior to the start of the program. If classes do not meet the minimum registration requirements by this one-week mark, they will be cancelled.

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 us, at 847–885–7500. For the deaf or hearing-impaired, please call the Illinois Relay Center Voice—Only operator at 800–526–0857.

Corporate Program For more than 30 years, the Hoffman Estates Park District has served its residents by

Drop Off Registration

offering a variety of facilities and programs to accommodate many diverse needs. Today, our

Registration can also be dropped off at the Community Center & Ice Arena and Willow

services also extend well into the corporate world with our ability to tailor business packages

Recreation Center during facility hours. When registering for programs after facility hours,

to meet the health, fitness, recreation, and wellness goals of any organization. The Hoffman

place your registration in the drop box located on the west wall of the entrance outside the

Estates Park District is a recognized expert in providing high-quality services and facilities for

Community Center & Ice Arena. Please staple your payment to the card. Drop off registration

everyone. We can assist corporations with everything from meeting rooms and catering

must be paid by check, money order, or credit card. Drop off registrations from Sunday and

to outings, activities, recreational leagues, and special events. Our experience also enables

after hours are processed the next business morning.

us to successfully manage everything from on-site health and fitness clubs to developing customized programs. For corporate and group rates call 847–885–7500.

Walk-in Registration Walk-in registration begins immediately for park district residents. Registration is processed

Smoking Ordinance

at the Community Center & Ice Arena, Willow Recreation Center, and Prairie Stone™ Sports

The Hoffman Estates Park District Board of Commissioners recently approved a district

& Wellness Center. We will process registration while individuals wait, so we can provide

wide policy that prohibits smoking within 50 feet of any public facility entrance, playing field

immediate confirmation of program enrollment with a receipt. Walk-in registration receipts will

or playground. The policy, which affects all facilities except Poplar Creek Country Club, is

not be mailed.

designed to protect non-smoking patrons from the harmful effects of second-hand smoke. Any individual who violates the new no smoking policy, or any HEPD rule / ordinance, can

Mail-In Registration Fill out the registration form completely and sign it. Include payment (no cash) and mail to: Hoffman Estates Park District, 1685 West Higgins Road, Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169.

Online Registration Register online at www.heparks.org. Click on the link for program registrations and follow the instructions.

Cancellations The park district reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient registration or causes

be temporarily evicted from district property and may have his or her admission rights to all district property permanently revoked. For more information, contact the Park District at 847–885–7500.

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and family! Give your niece skating lessons for her birthday or treat Mom to a personal training session this holiday season. The new Hoffman Estates Park District gift card can be redeemed for programs, merchandise, membership fees, and daily admission fees at any HEPD facility. Plus, the card balance carries over from one visit to the next and they can add to the balance any time. Get yours today at any HEPD facility.

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 on our Information Hot line at 847–285–5508 x1. Please call this number for weather-related cancellations.

Payment Personal checks, money orders, Visa, or MasterCard are accepted for all registrations. Cash is

Instructors Wanted Got a special talent or hobby you’d like to share with others? The Hoffman Estates Park District is always looking for qualified instructors and new program ideas. If you enjoy working with people and have a great idea for a new class, we’d love to hear from you. Part-time and volunteer positions are available. Call 847–885–7500.

accepted for walk in registration but not recommended. Please use bills in denominations no greater than $20. There is a $20 service charge for any returned check. When using a credit card, be sure to include the number, expiration date, and sign the authorization line.

Refund Policy

New Program Ideas If you have some new program ideas, we’d like to hear from you. Call the park district at 847–885–7500 if you would like to teach a class or seminar or if you simply have a new class you’d like to see offered.

In order to receive a refund, our office must receive your refund request at least 24 administrative 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

Residency Residency rates apply to anyone who lives within the park district boundaries. Proof may be required. Those living outside the boundaries pay the second fee (if listed) in the program descriptions.

request forms may be completed at HEPD CCIA, WRC, or PSS&WC. Please allow up to 4 weeks for processing.

Volunteer Opportunities We are always looking for volunteers to coach youth athletics, officiate, help in the parks, or

Transfer Policy

supervise programs or facilities. If interested, contact the park district office at 847–885–7500.

Transfers from one class to another, when space permits, can be made in person at the HEPD Community Center & Ice Arena, Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center or Willow Recreation Center, by completing and signing our transfer form.

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Parks & Facilities Map Armstrong Park 1320 Kingsdale

Pebble Park 1855 Westbury Drive

Beacon Point Park

Pine Park 750 Charleston

Beacon Point Wetlands Park

Poplar Park 1901 Hassell Road

Birch Park 1500 Essex Drive

Princeton Park 5400 McDonough Road

Black Bear Park 1045 Ash Road

Princeton Wetlands

Brittany Park 1245 W. New Britton Drive

Rohrssen Park

Cannon Crossings 1675 Nickelson

Seminole Nature Area 3914 Whispering Trail

Canterbury Fields Park 1950 Maureen Drive

Sheffield Park 1000 Walnut

Canterbury Park Place 6150 Russell Drive

Shoe Factory Basin

Charlemagne Park 3799 Bordeaux

Sloan Park 760 Western Street

Chestnut Park 935 North Dovington Drive

South Ridge Lake Park 1450 Freeman Road

Cipri Park Harbor Circle

South Twin Park 985 Hassell Road

Colony Park 5097 Kingston Drive

Sundance Park 4485 Sundance Circle

Community Park 925 Grand Canyon Parkway

Sycamore Park 450 Hillcrest Boulevard

Cottonwood Park 2029 East Parkview Circle

Tall Oaks Park 5670 Angouleme Lane

Douglas Park 3694 Whispering Trail Drive

Thornbark Park 4475 Thornbark Drive

Eisenhower Park 864 Rosedale Road

Tropicana Park 680 Audubon Drive

Essex Park Essex Drive

Valley Park 850 Park Lane

Evergreen Park 600 Washington Boulevard

Victoria Park 1100 Kingsdale

Fairview Park 341 Arizona Boulevard

Vogelei 650 Higgins Road

Field Park 410 Durham Lane

Westbury Lake Park 1075 Westbury Drive

Golf Road Nature Area

Whispering Lake Park 3957 Whispering Trail

High Point Park 1704 Glenlake Road

Willow Park 905 Norman Drive

Highland Park 1755 Highland Boulevard

Wilmington Park 1072 Wilmington Lane

Hoffman Park 290 Glendale Lane

Winding Trails Basin 11193 Mallard Lane

Hunters Ridge Basin 5694 Red Oak Drive

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Thanks! Thank you to each of our sponsors!

Adopt A Park Our Adopt A Park program is a great way to take ownership of your local parks. As an adopting family or organization, you can choose to handle select park maintenance activities. Activities like — weeding playgrounds and flower beds, watering flowers, raking playgrounds, painting park structures, trash and graffiti clean up, shoreline rock retrival, and visual policing. Voulenteers call 847–285–5465.

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Plant a Memorial Tree The Hoffman Estates Park District’s living tree memorial program offers residents a unique way to honor and remember a loved one. A memorial tree is also the perfect way to commemorate one of life’s milestones, from weddings and anniversaries to the birth of a child. A one-time donation of $300 lets you place the tree of your choice in a park that is special to you. Memorial tree forms are available at the Community Center & Ice Arena. For more information, or to have a memorial tree form mailed to you, visit our website at www.heparks.org or call John Giacalone at 847–285–5465.

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Poplar Creek Country Club’s banquet rooms offer guests a breathtaking view of our 18 hole championship golf course. Our dedicated event consultants will work closely with you to ensure that every aspect of your event is perfect. Poplar Creek Country Club provides a spacious clubhouse, with accommodations for 30–275 people, paired with simple yet elegant décor and exceptional cuisine. Our veteran team of Catering and Event Planners will assist you with a room choice, menu selection, floor plans, décor and special requests. Poplar Creek Country Club is proud to have hosted over 4,500 events. We look forward to sharing your memorable day at Poplar Creek Country Club.

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Party in the Park Saturday, August 8th 4:00PM – 10:00PM High Point Park — 1704 Glen Lake Road Free Admission

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