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SUMMER 2012! MISSION STATEMENT

OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE PLEDGE

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

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

TABLE OF CONTENTS Adult Athletics Aquatics Arts Camp Baseball/Softball Basketball Bo’s Run Off Leash Area Bridges of Poplar Creek Climbing Wall Dance Early Childhood Early Childhood Athletics Early Childhood Enrichment Facilities Figure Skating Fitness Centers Friends of HE Parks Golf Group Fitness Gymnastics Health and Fitness Hockey Ice Arena Just for Fun

10–13 4–6 7 27-31 10, 14 10, 15 58 52–53 37 8–9 32–36 32 33 50–60 16–17 40–41 64 12,18 38–39 19 37–41 20 54–55 42–43

Map Martial Arts Nutrition Parties Personal and Pilates Training

48–49 13, 21 39 67 39 Prairie Stone™ Sports &Wellness Center 50-51 PSS&WC Fitness Center 40 Preschool Half Day, Full Day 34–36 Racquetball 11 Rentals 68 Seascape 56–57 Soccer 22–23 Special Events 2–3 STAR Before and After School 44 Swimming Lessons 4–6 Tennis 24–25 Triphahn Center & Ice Arena 54–55 Triphahn Fitness Center 41 Vogelei 60 Weddings and Banquets 53 Willow Fitness Center 41 Willow Recreation Center 58–59 Youth Athletics 14–26 50+ Active Adults 45–47

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

Each border color corresponds with a section.

General Information

Aquatics

Adult Athletics

Arts

Camp

Early Childhood

Just for Fun

Health and Fitness

STAR Before and After School

Youth Athletics

50+ Active Adults

You’ll notice in the table of contents that each section is a different color — those colors correspond to the border colors throughout the guide. All you need to do to find your section is flip through until you see that color.

847–885–7500


HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT

Mike Bickham

Lili McGovern

Ron Evans

Enjoy! Keith Evans, President Park Board of Commissioners

Lollie Guiney

Ronald Greenberg

Kaz Mohan

Dean Bostrom

ASST. SECRETARY VICE PRESIDENT

Full Board Meeting — 4 th Tuesday

COMMISSIONER

Don’t miss all the wonderful free outdoor events we have planned, from our noontime Children’s Entertainment Series and Movies in the Park, to Party in the Park. See pages 2-3 for details and a full calendar of summer events on pages 65-66 that you can tear out and post for your whole family to see.

Administration and Finance — 3 rd Tuesday

Keith Evans

1 Online Registration Register online at www.heparks.org. Click on Registration and sign in. 2 Drop-Off Registration Pick up registration form at Triphahn Center or Willow during facility hours. Fill out the registration form completely and staple your payment to the form.

Recreation Committee — 2 nd Tuesday

EXEC. DIRECTOR & SECRETARY

The course, waterway and facility renovations we made to the Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club are fantastic! On many rainy days last season, when other area golf courses were closed due to excessive rains, we were still open! Our outdoor reception area is the talk of the town. Come by and see our course and clubhouse improvements. Book your foursome or plan your organization’s outing at Bridges today.

4 WAYS TO REGISTER

After facility hours, place form with payment in drop box located on the west wall of the entrance outside of the Triphahn Center.

3 Walk-In Registration Walk-in registrations are processed at the Triphahn Center, Willow and PSS&WC

Buildings and Grounds Committee — 1 st Tuesday

PRESIDENT

Tropicana Park, formerly a private swim club, will be transformed into a children’s splash pad with spring toy rockers, two bocce courts, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball and a fabric sail shelter.

Board Meetings are held monthly at 7:00P at Triphahn Center and Ice Arena.

TREASURER

Get outside and play! We have new park playgrounds for Olmstead and Sundance Parks. The new equipment will be installed for 2-5 and 5-12 year old age groups and will be designed with an emphasis on 3 dimensional fitness type play components. At Cannon Crossings Park, the new playground equipment will be designed to be fully accessible from the ground level and will include musical instruments, learning panels and a wheel chair accessible glider.

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.

COMMISSIONER

Summer is finally here again, with many terrific opportunities to get outside and enjoy everything our Park District has to offer. Here are some of the highlights of this year’s summer season:

PARK BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

COMMISSIONER

LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT

Walk-in registrations will be processed while individuals wait and immediate confirmation of enrollment with a receipt will be issued.

Walk-in registration receipts will not be mailed.

Mail-In Registration

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Pick up registration form. Fill out the form completely. Sign registration form. Include payment (no cash).

Hoffman Estates Park District 1685 West Higgins Road Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169

Mail to:

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

CAMP PAGES

Don’t miss Summer Camp 2012. Check out our Camps, page 27-31.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Touch-a-Truck TEXAS HOL D'EM Saturday, May 5 9:00-Noon Seascape Parking Lot A fun family event where kids of all ages will have a chance to see and touch trucks big and small. Event will run rain or shine. Contact Jody Dodson, jdodson@heparks.org.

Disc Golf Doubles Tournament May 12, 2012 Registration 9AM / Start at 10AM $35 per Team (one registration per team) $30 Early Bird (on or before 5/9/2012)

at Black Bear Park Scores flighted based on scores. Cash prizes. #235040-A Questions: jclark@heparks.org

Join us at the Community

Saturday, May 19 8:00A-1:00P at the (1300 Moonlake Blvd. Hoffman Estates, IL)

It's the perfect time to clean your house and earn some money. We will provide the perfect location and also take care of all the advertising. Reserve your spot today because this event f i lls fast.

GARAGE SALE Program #228031-A

$24 resident $29 nonresident

For more information contact Katie Jones, Program & Aquatic Supervisor at kjones@heparks.org or 847–285–5408.

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Saturday, June 9 th 9:00am–3:00pm South Ridge Lake

FAMILY FUN FRIDAY NIGHT

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JUNE 8 AND JULY 13

Chamber Office (2200 Higgins Road) Cabela’s (5225 Prairie Stone Parkway) Hoffman Estates Community Banks

Bring the whole family to Seacape for family games, activities, and swimming!

FAMILY DISCOUNT FROM 4-7:30P

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(1375 Palatine Road or 2497 West Golf Road.)

No age or residency restrictions and no fishing license is necessary.

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

847–885–7500


SPECIAL EVENTS

movie NIGHT

join us for

June 16, Dolphin tale at Seascape

FAT H E R ' S D AY FUN

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Father’s Day BBQ, Bridges of Poplar Creek, Visit bridges of poplarcreek.com.

JUNE• 17 • • • • • • • • • Father’s Day Pool Party, Seascape

rain date June 23, $5R / $6NR

Fathers will receive free admission with a paying child

June 29, hop at Vogelei Park with Easter Egg Hunt!

July 13, arthur christmas in Huntington Park

Stockings will be hung! Decorate with us!

July 27, scooby-Doo at Seascape rain date July 28 $5R / $6NR

curse of the Lake monster

August13, tin tin at Party in the Park For more information contact Nicole Chesak, Superintendent of Recreation at nchesak@heparks.org or (847) 781-3635.

Hoffman Idol July 24 at Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club *Hoffman Residents*

5–9pm

$15 for residents

Advanced registration required by July 17, 2012. Judged on vocal presentation, entertainment ability, crowd reaction, physical presentation, costuming and overall performance.

Divisions Youth 5 and under, Youth 6–8 years,

July 26, 2012

Tween 9–11 years, Tween 12–14 years, Teen: 15–19 years, Adult 20–30 years, Adult 31+

For more information call Nicole Chesak at 847–781–3635 or visit www.heparks.org

at the Bridges of Poplar Creek

(1400 Poplar Creek Drive, Hoffman Estates)

Party in the Park

For more information or to register, contact Peg at 847-310-3617 or pkusmierski@heparks.org

Saturday, August 4 4:00PM – 10:00PM Free Admission.

Tickets available for games and other activites.

Food and Beverages available for purchase.

High Point Park 1704 Glen Lake Road

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AQUATICS

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

Parent Tot (6 months-3 years — PSS&WC)

Swim Level 1 (4-9 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.

Students will become more comfortable in the water and learn to enjoy the water safely. Learn elementary skills such as water entry and front and back floats. They will begin to learn the arm and leg action of swimming.

TU 6:30P-7:00P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

TH 5:30P-6:00P

6/14-7/12

SA 8:15A-8:45A SA 9:15A-9:45A

M 5:30P-6:15P

6/11-7/9

$39 / $43

230837-A

M 6:30P-7:15P

6/11-7/9

$39 / $43

230837-B

230845-A

TU 5:30P-6:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230837-C

$39 / $43

230845-B

TU 6:30P-7:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230837-D

6/09-7/07

$39 / $43

230845-C

W 5:30P-6:15P

6/13-7/11

$39 / $43

230837-E

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230845-D

W 6:30P-7:15P

6/13-7/11

$39 / $43

230837-F

SA 10:15A-10:45A 6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230845-E

TH 5:30P-6:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230837-G

TU 6:30P-7:00P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230845-F

TH 6:30P-7:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230837-H

TH 5:30P-6:00P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230845-G

SA 8:15A-9:00A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230837-I

SA 8:15A-8:45A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230845-H

SA 9:15A-10:00A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230837-J

SA 9:15A-9:45A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230845-I

SA 10:15A-11:00A 6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230837-K

SA 10:15A-10:45A 7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230845-J

M 5:30P-6:15P

7/16-8/20

$47 / $51

230837-L

M 6:30P-7:15P

7/16-8/20

$47 / $51

230837-M

TU 5:30P-6:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230837-N

TU 6:30P-7:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230837-O

W 5:30P-6:15P

7/18-8/22

$47 / $51

230837-P

W 6:30P-7:15P

7/18-8/22

$47 / $51

230837-Q

TH 5:30P-6:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230837-R

TH 6:30P-7:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230837-S

SA 8:15A-9:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230837-T

SA 9:15A-10:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230837-U

SA 10:15A-11:00A 7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230837-V

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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.

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M 5:30P-6:00P

6/11-7/9

$39 / $43

230848-A

M 6:30P-7:00P

6/11-7/9

$39 / $43

230848-B

TU 5:30P-6:00P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230848-C

W 5:30P-6:00P

6/13-7/11

$39 / $43

230848-D

W 6:30P-7:00P

6/13-7/11

$39 / $43

230848-E

TH 6:30P-7:00P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230848-F

SA 8:15A-8:45A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230848-G

SA 9:15A-9:45A

Swim Level 2 (5-14 years — PSS&WC)

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230848-H

SA 10:15A-10:45A 6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230848-I

Students will build upon the skills that they learned in level one. Students will become independent in the water by learning to float and start swimming without assistance.

M 5:30P-6:00P

7/16-8/20

$47 / $51

230848-J

M 6:30P-7:15P

6/11-7/9

$39 / $43

230838-A

M 6:30P-7:00P

7/16-8/20

$47 / $51

230848-K

TU 5:30P-6:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230838-B

TU 5:30P-6:00P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230848-L

TU 6:30P-7:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230838-C

W 5:30P-6:00P

7/18-8/22

$47 / $51

230848-M

W 5:30P-6:15P

6/13-7/11

$39 / $43

230838-D

W 6:30P-7:00P

7/18-8/22

$47 / $51

230848-N

TH 5:30P-6:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230838-E

TH 6:30P-7:00P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230848-O

TH 6:30P-7:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230838-F

SA 8:15A-8:45A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230848-P

SA 8:15A-9:00A

6/9-7/07

$39 / $43

230838-G

SA 9:15A-9:45A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230848-Q

SA 9:15A-10:00A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230838-H

SA 10:15A-10:45A 7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230848-R

SA 10:15A-11:00A 6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230838-I

M 6:30P-7:15P

7/16-8/20

$47 / $51

230838-J

WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE SWIM PARTICIPANTS TO ATTEND ON THE DAY AND TIME OF SCHEDULED LESSONS. MAKE-UP CLASSES ARE NOT GUARANTEED AND ARE OFFERED ON A VERY LIMITED BASIS (MUST BE APPROVED BY THE AQUATIC SUPERVISOR IN ADVANCE). REFUNDS WILL

TU 5:30P-6:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230838-K

TU 6:30P-7:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230838-L

W 5:30P-6:15P

7/18-8/22

$47 / $51

230838-M

TH 5:30P-6:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230838-N

TH 6:30P-7:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230838-O

SA 8:15A-9:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230838-P

SA 9:15A-10:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230838-Q

NOT BE ISSUED AFTER THE CLASS START DATE.

SA 10:15A-11:00A 7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230838-R

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

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847–885–7500


AQUATICS

PRIVATE LESSONS

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

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Swim Level 3 (5-12 years — PSS&WC)

Swim Level 5 (6-14 years — PSS&WC)

PRIVATE AND SEMI PRIVATE

Level three 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.

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 every day and are based around instructor availability. To register, stop by the Service Desk at PSS&WC, Seascape, or contact Katie Jones, Program & Aquatics Supervisor, at 847–285–5408.

M 5:30P-6:15P

6/11-7/9

$39 / $43

230839-A

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.

TU 5:30P-6:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230839-B

TU 5:30P-6:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230841-A

TU 6:30P-7:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230839-C

TH 6:30P-7:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230841-B

W 6:30P-7:15P

6/13-7/11

$39 / $43

230839-D

SA 8:15A-9:00A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230841-C

TH 5:30P-6:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230839-E

SA 9:15A-10:00A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230841-D

TH 6:30P-7:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230839-F

TU 5:30P-6:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230841-E

SA 8:15A-9:00A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230839-J

TH 6:30P-7:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230841-F

Five (30 minute) classes

SA 9:15A-10:00A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230839-H

SA 8:15A-9:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230841-G

Private (1 participant) $114 / $129

SA 10:15A-11:00A 6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230839-I

SA 9:15A-10:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230841-H

Semi-Private (2 participants) $154 / $169

M 5:30P-6:15P

7/16-8/20

$47 / $51

230839-J

TU 5:30P-6:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230839-K

TU 6:30P-7:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230839-L

W 6:30P-7:15P

7/18-8/22

$47 / $51

230839-M

TH 5:30P-6:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230839-N

TH 6:30P-7:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230839-O

SA 8:15A-9:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230839-P

SA 9:15A-10:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230839-Q

SA 10:15A-11:00A 7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230839-R

Swim Level 4 (5-14 years — PSS&WC) Level four 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. TU 5:30P-6:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230840-A

TU 6:30P-7:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230840-B

TH 5:30P-6:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230840-C

TH 6:30P-7:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230840-D

SA 8:15A-9:00A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230840-E

SA 9:15A-10:00A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230840-F

SA 10:15A-11:00A 6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230840-G

TU 5:30P-6:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230840-H

TU 6:30P-7:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230840-I

TH 5:30P-6:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230840-J

TH 6:30P-7:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230840-K

SA 8:15A-9:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230840-L

SA 9:15A-10:00A

7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230840-M

SA 10:15A-11:00A 7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230840-N

Group Private (3–4 participants) $179 / $204

Swim Level 6 (6-15 years — PSS&WC) Students will refine strokes so they can swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Students who complete level 6 should be able to transition easily to a swim team. TU 6:30P-7:15P

6/12-7/10

$39 / $43

230842-A

TH 5:30P-6:15P

6/14-7/12

$39 / $43

230842-B

SA 10:15A-11:00A 6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230842-C

TU 6:30P-7:15P

7/17-8/21

$47 / $51

230842-D

TH 5:30P-6:15P

7/19-8/23

$47 / $51

230842-E

SA 10:15A-11:00A 7/14-8/18

$47 / $51

230842-F

Swim Adult (16+ years — PSS&WC) It’s never too late to learn how to swim! This class is designed to teach adults the fundamentals of swimming and basic water safety. Swimming is a fun activity that can help improve your health and fitness. This class is taught in a flexible environment allowing participants to move at their own pace. M 7:15P-8:00P

6/11-7/9

$39 / $43

230849-A

SA 7:30A-8:15A

6/9-7/7

$39 / $43

230849-B

M 7:15P-8:00P

7/16-8/20

$47 / $51

230849-C

SA 7:30A-8:15A

7/14-8/18

$47/ $51

230849-D

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NO CLASS ON WEDNESDAY 7/4.

SCUBA LESSONS

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

Above & Underwater Scuba (10+ years — Seascape) Above and Underwater, which is a full service dive center, will be teaching SCUBA classes this summer at Seascape. All equipment needed for the course will be provided. Most importantly, Above and Underwater will maintain a fun, safe diving atmosphere during your course and will do their best to make sure professional instructors provide you with the best possible learning experience. For safety, all students complete a brief questionnaire and must comply with the PADI waiver. Students who want to pursue formal certification can finish with Above and Underwater at an additional cost and completion dives. No class 7/25. W 5:00P-8:00P

6/13-6/27

$130 / $150 238027-A

W 5:00P-8:00P

7/11-8/1

$130 / $150 238027-B

Above & Underwater Scuba Refresher (10+ years — Seascape) This course is for the certified Scuba diver who is preparing for an upcoming trip. Students will brush up on their skills in a fun, safe diving atmosphere. Class will complete a PADI skills circuit to fulfill most charter boat destination dives. W 5:00P-8:00P

6/27

$90 / $115

238028-A

W 5:00P-8:00P

8/1

$90 / $115

238028-B

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AQUATICS

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

Parent-Tot (6 months-3 years — Seascape)

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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.

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Swim Level 2 (5-14 years — Seascape)

M-TH 10:15A-10:45A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238015-A

M-TH 10:15A-10:45A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238015-B

M-TH 10:15A-10:45A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238015-C

M-TH 10:15A-10:45A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238015-D

W

6:15P-6:45P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238015-E

SA

9:30A-10:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238015-F

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238008-A

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238008-B

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238008-C

M-Th 10:15A-11:00A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238008-D

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238008-E

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238008-F

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238008-G

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238008-H

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. M-TH 9:15A-9:45A

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6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238014-A

W

6:15P-7:00P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238008-I

M-TH 10:15A-10:45A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238014-B

W

7:10P-7:55P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238008-J

M-TH 10:15A-10:45A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238014-C

SA

9:15A-10:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238008-K

M-TH 10:15A-10:45A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238014-D

SA

10:15A-11:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238008-L

M-TH 9:15A-9:45A

7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238014-E

M-TH 10:15A-10:45A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238014-F

Swim Level 3 (5-14 years — Seascape)

M-TH 9:15A-9:45A

7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238014-G

M-TH 10:15A-10:45A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238014-H

W

6:15P-6:45

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238014-I

W

7:00P-7:30

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238014-J

SA

9:15A-9:45A

6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238014-K

Swim Level 1 (4-14 years — Seascape) Students become more comfortable in the water and learn to enjoy the water safely. Learn elementary skills such as water entry and front and back floats. They will begin to learn the arm and leg action of swimming.

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Students will become confident in the strokes. Students will increase their endurance while swimming in deep water. Butterfly, breaststroke and elements of sidestroke will be introduced.

Level two students will build upon the skills that they learned in level one. Students will become more independent in the water by learning to float and glide on their own and start swimming without assistance. Basic safety skills will be introduced.

Swim Tots (3-5 years — Seascape)

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Swim Level 4 (6-14 years — Seascape)

NO CLASS ON WEDNESDAY 7/4. MAKE UP WILL BE FRIDAY 7/6.

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M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238010-A

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238010-B

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/25-7/06

$53 / $59

238010-C

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 6/25-7/06

$53 / $59

238010-D

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/09-7/19

$53 / $59

238010-E

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/09-7/19

$53 / $59

238010-F

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238010-G

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238010-H

W

6:15P-7:00P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238010-I

W

7:10P-7:55P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238010-J

SA

9:15A-10:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238010-K

SA

10:15A-11:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238010-L

Swim Level 5 (7-14 years — Seascape) Coordinate and refine all learned strokes including front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke. Students will increase their distances and learn how to do flip turns. M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238011-A

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238011-B

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238011-C

Level three 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 elementary backstroke and treading water.

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238011-D

W

6:15P-7:00P

6/13-7/25

$53 / $59

238011-E

SA

10:15A-11:00A 6/16-7/28

$53 / $59

238011-F

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/11-06/21 $53 / $59

238009-A

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238009-B

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238009-C

Students will refine strokes so they can swim with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances.

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238009-D

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238012-A

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238009-E

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238012-B

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238009-F

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238012-C

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238009-G

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238012-D

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Swim Level 6 (7-14 years — Seascape)

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M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238007-A

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238009-H

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238007-B

W

6:15P-7:00P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238012-E

W

6:15P-7:00P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238009-I

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238007-C

SA

9:15A-10:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238012-F

W

7:10P-7:55P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238009-J

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238007-D

SA

9:15A-10:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238009-K

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238007-E

SA

10:15A-11:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238009-L

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238007-F

M-TH 9:15A-10:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238007-G

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238007-H

W

6:15P-7:00P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238007-I

W

7:10P-7:55P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238007-J

SA

9:15A-10:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238007-K

SA

10:15A-11:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238007-L

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EA WHEN YOU REGISTER FOR RECEIVEE FR PE ALL 4 MORNING SESSIONS A OUTDOOR SWIM LESSONS SEASCIRT OF Participants must sign up for all H S Tsessions by June 7 to be eligible.

Students build on their swimming endurance and are introduced to skills that focus on Lifeguard Readiness: brick dive, compact jumps with rescue tube, swimming with rescue tube.

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T-shirts available for pick up beginning May 28 at Seascape. The Swim Lesson Coordinator can assist with any swim level transfers needed at the end of each session.

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

Swim Level 7 (7-16 years — Seascape)

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 6/11-6/21

$53 / $59

238013-A

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 6/25-7/6

$53 / $59

238013-B

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/9-7/19

$53 / $59

238013-C

M-TH 10:15A-11:00A 7/23-8/2

$53 / $59

238013-D

W

7:10P-7:55P

6/13-7/25

$46 / $51

238013-E

SA

10:15A-11:00A 6/16-7/28

$46 / $51

238013-F

847–885–7500


ARTS

VISUAL ARTS

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

MUSIC

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

Young Rembrandts (Triphahn)

Piano Lessons (7-9 years — A&A Music)

Come explore the world of art 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 interest 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.

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. Mgr. Dodson A&A Music, 27W281 Devon Avenue, Hanover Park TH

6:30P-7:15P 6/21-8/9

$142 / $156 235602-A

Preschool Drawing (3.5-5 years) $46 / $51

237403-A

Guitar Lessons (Triphahn)

TU 4:00P-4:45P 7/10-7/31 $46 / $51

237403-B

TU 4:00P-4:45P 8/7-8/28

$46 / $51

237403-C

TD Clark Productions provides high quality instruction in a friendly format that stresses having fun, as well as learning! In Beginning Guitar 1 the students will learn basic chords, sight reading and songs. There is a one-time book fee of $16.25 payable to Guitar FUNdamentals due at the first class. Students need to bring their own guitar. Mgr. Dodson

TU 4:00P-4:45P 6/5-6/26

Combo Drawing (6-12 years) TU 5:00P-5:45P 6/5-6/26

$46 / $51

237403-D

TU 5:00P-5:45P 7/10-7/31 $46 / $51

237403-E

TU 5:00P-5:45P 8/7-8/28

237403-F

$46 / $51

Adult Ceramics (17+ years — Triphahn) This class provides beginners with full instruction on hand building and potter’s wheel while allowing advanced students to work on their own. Clay, glaze and tools are supplied. W 6:00P-8:00P 6/20-8/8

$133 / $146

237411-A

Beginning Guitar 1 (7-12 years) M-TH 5:00P-6:00P 6/11-6/21 $136 / $150 235603-A M-TH 5:00P-6:00P 7/30-8/9

$136 / $150 235603-D

Beginning Guitar 2 (7-12 years) M-TH 6:00P-7:00P 6/11-6/21 $136 / $150 235603-B M-TH 6:00P-7:00P 7/30-8/9

$136 / $150 235603-E

Clay Play (Triphahn)

Guitar Boot Camp (13-18 years)

Students can let their imagination run wild as they learn to make fun and useful items with low fire clay. Projects will be hand built with an introduction to the potter’s wheel. Clay, glazes and tools will be provided.

M-TH 7:00P-8:00P 6/11-6/21 $136 / $150 235603-C

6-8 years

BEGINNING FALL 2012

TU 4:30P-5:30P 6/19-8/7

$68 / $74

237413-A

$84 / $92

237413-B

Drawing / Painting (Triphahn) Aspiring artists will learn the fundamentals of two-dimensional design, as well as be introduced to various styles and techniques of painting. Students will have the opportunity to experiment with a variety of materials. Four weeks are spent on drawing and four weeks on painting Youth (9-14 years) TH 4:30P-6:00P 6/21-8/9

$74 / $81

237423-A

$74 / $81

237423-B

Adult (18+ years) TH 6:15P-7:45P 6/21-8/9

$136 / $150 235603-F

Sandy Manisco, 848-781-3672, smanisco@heparks.org

9-14 years TU 5:45P-7:00P 6/19-8/7

M-TH 7:00P-8:00P 7/30-8/9

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

Youth Theater (6-16 years – Vogelei) “Where the Sidewalk Begins”

Petite Show Choir

Here’s your chance to perform! This is an audition-based drama company that will put up an original play production at the end of the session based on the popular poems of Shel Silverstien called “Where the Sidewalk Begins”. In each class, actors rehearse under the instruction of the director. Actors learn strong vocal and physical acting techniques. Improvisation sessions are included. Scripts are used. Anyone who wants to take acting professionally is encouraged to audition. Cast may need to provide simple costume items.

Pre-K age singer/dancers are welcome for this class. Singers will learn how to sing simple musical songs along with choreographed movements. Some acting tactics are used to teach facial, vocal and body expressions. Great class to start off your young talents for future acting classes and more. We will perform at the Youth Theater performance., other performances may be scheduled.

(3-5 years – Triphahn)

Audition: August 15 at Vogelei 5:30-8 PM

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ARTS

DANCE

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

DANCE INFORMATION

Kinder Dance Kinder Ballet/Tap (5-6 years)

DANCE ATTIRE

This combination class includes floor stretches, more advanced ballet / tap steps and dance routines to appropriate music.

Ballet – pink ballet shoes – white / pink tights – leotard, skirt Tap – black tap shoes – white / pink tights – leotard, skirt or black jazz pants Jazz or Hip Hop – black jazz shoes – t-shirt with black jazz pants/shorts – leotard with black jazz pants/shorts ALL Hair must be pulled back from the face.

INSTRUCTORS Cherise Vittelaro (CV) Janeen Volkman (JV) Judy Walczak (JW) Lisa Klaslo (LK )

Pre-Dance Twinkle Toes (2-3 years) This beginner ballet class is designed for the youngest dancer! The ballet class will incorporate steps and terminology with fun and exciting music. Children will enjoy dancing with scarves, tiaras, maracas and hula hoops.

Pre Ballet / Jazz (3-4 years) This combination class includes basic jazz and ballet steps, rhythm exercises, five positions and dancing along to musical cues.

Pre-Ballet / Tap (3-4 years) This combination class includes basic tap and ballet steps, rhythm exercises, the five ballet positions and dancing to musical cues.

Pre-Hippity Hop (3-4 years) This class teaches rhythm, musicality, coordination, and age-appropriate choreography. This is an excellent class for high energy kids who want to take a fun dance class.

Princess Ballet (3-5 years) 5 Ballet positions, stretches and dances to our favorite princess songs. Crowns and wands will be made to use in class. Dress as your favorite princess and learn proper Princess etiquette.

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Pre-Dance Triphahn

Kinder Ballet/Jazz (5-6 years)

Instructor

Twinkle Toes (2-3 years)

Basic steps, rhythm exercises, five positions and dancing along to musical cues.

TU 3:30P-4:00P 6/12-7/31 $41 / $45 235201-A

CV

Pre-Ballet/Tap (3-4 years)

Kinder Hippity Hop (5-6 years) Rhythm, musicality, coordination, and ageappropriate choreography. Excellent class for high energy kids who want to take dance class.

NO CLASS JULY 4, 2012

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Kinder Tap/Jazz (5-6 years)

TU 4:00P-4:45P 6/12-7/31 $63 / $69 235201-B

CV

W 4:30P-5:15P 6/13-8/1

$54 / $59 235201-C

JV

SA 9:00A-9:45A 6/16-8/4

$63 / $69 235201-E

CV

SA 9:45A-10:30A 6/16-8/4

$63 / $69 235201-F

CV

Pre-Hippity Hop (3-4 years)

Learn basic jazz / tap steps. Work on coordination, flexibility, strength and free movement by doing center work and moving across the floor.

TH 4:30P-5:15P 6/14-8/2

Storybook Ballet (5-6 years)

Princess Ballet (3-5 years)

$63 / $69 235201-D LK

Pre-Ballet/Jazz (3-4 years) SA 11:15A-12:00P 6/16-8/4

$63 / $69 235201-G CV

Willow TH 11:00A-12:00P 6/14-8/2

Become the characters in your favorite storybook. This class combines dance, classical and fun music, story time and games as an introduction to the world of ballet.

$83 / $91 235201-H JW

Pre-Ballet/Tap (3-5 years) TH 12:00P-1:00P 6/14-8/2

$83 / $91 235201-I

JW

Kinder Dance Triphahn

Elementary Dance Elementary Ballet/Tap (7-10 years)

Kinder Ballet/Tap (5-6 years)

Concentrate on advanced steps and routines.

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Elementary Jazz/Acro (7-10 years) This combination class includes floor stretches, basic jazz routines and tumbling on a mat.

Instructor

TU 4:45P-5:30P 6/12-7/31 $63 / $69 235202-A

CV

W 5:15P-6:00P 6/13-8/1

JV

$54 / $59 235202-B

Kinder Hippity Hop (5-6 years) TH 5:15P-6:00P 6/14-8/2

$63 / $69 235202-C

LK

Kinder Tap/Jazz (5-6 years)

Elementary Jazz/Pom (7-10 years)

TH 6:00P-6:45P 6/14-8/2

$63 / $69 235202-D LK

Dancers of all abilities can develop their skills and prepare for dance teams.

SA 10:30A-11:15A 6/16-8/4

$63 / $69 235202-E

SA 12:00P-12:45P 6/16-8/4

Specialty Dance Pom/Jazz (5-9 years) Dancers of all abilities can develop their skills and prepare for dance teams.

Hip Hop/Jazz (10-15 years) Dancers learn age appropriate moves to all the latest hits. The emphasis is on attitude, stage presence and developing individual style.

Broadway Kids (7-10 years) Jazz and Tap along with acting and singing to a variety of popular classics and show tunes. Students help with the choreography and also learn about stage make-up, costuming, stage presence and stage terminology.

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

CV

Kinder Ballet/Jazz (5-6 years) $63 / $69 235202-F

CV

Willow Storybook Ballet (5-6 years) TH 1:00P-2:00P 6/14-8/2

$83 / $91 235202-G JW

Kinder Ballet/Tap (5-6 years) TH 2:00P-3:00P 6/14-8/2

$83 / $91 235202-H JW

Elementary Dance Triphahn

Elementary Jazz/Pom (7-10 years) SA 12:45P-1:30P 6/16-8/4

Instructor

$63 / $69 235203-A

CV

Willow Elementary Jazz/Acro (7-10 years) TH 3:00P-4:00P 6/14-8/2

$83 / $91 235203-B

JW

Elementary Ballet/Tap (7-10 years) TH 5:00P-6:00P 6/14-8/2

847–885–7500

$83 / $91 235203-C

JW


ARTS

DANCE CAMP

DANCE COMPANY

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

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

Disney Princess Camp

TC Dance Camp (5-18 years — Triphahn)

(3-4 years — Triphahn)

Have you ever wanted to dance just like your favorite Disney Princess? Each week we will learn the favorite dances of a new princess. The class will be filled with ballet, tap and jazz technique with a princess theme. Your dancer will need both black tap and pink leather ballet shoes. Join us on a magical journey with your favorite Disney Princesses! CV & JV M 3:30P-4:15P

6/11-7/30

$63 / $69

235210-A

Beach Party Camp

(5-6 years — Triphahn) It’s summer time! What a perfect time to go to the beach and have a dance party! Dancers will be introduced to tap, ballet and jazz techniques with a beach party theme. We will have fun dancing to beach inspired music and have fun with hula hoops, beach balls, sunglasses and bubbles! Can’t wait to see you at the beach for a party! CV & JV M 4:15P-5:00P

6/11-7/30

$63 / $69

235210-B

Disney Mania Pom Camp (6-8 years — Triphahn)

Come dance to your favorite Disney Mania hits. This class will focus on jazz and pom technique. Your dancers will need pink leather ballet shoes or black jazz shoes. Let’s have a rockin’ good time this summer. *We will be making colorful t-shirts to wear for our final parent performance. CV & JV M 5:00P-5:45P

6/11-7/30

$63 / $69

235210-C

Triphahn

Pom/Jazz (6-9 years)

Instructor

TU 5:30P-6:15P 6/12-7/31 $63 / $69 235206-A

CV

Beginner Pom/Jazz (5-7 years) W 6:00P-6:45P 6/13-8/1* $54 / $59 235206-B

JV

Jr. Hip Hop/Jazz (7-9 years) $63 / $69 235206-C $63 / $69 235206-D

LK

$83 / $91 235206-E

JW

Willow Broadway Kids (7-10 years) TH 4:00P-5:00P 6/14-8/2

M 5:45P-6:45P 6/11-7/30 $83 / $91

235205-A

Company Camp 2 M 6:45P-7:45P 6/11-7/30 $83 / $91

235205-B

Company Dance Camp TU-F 3:00P-7:00P 8/7-8/10

$35 / $35

235205-C

Dance Company Tryouts The TC Dance Company will hold tryouts for anyone interested in joining this advanced dance group. Dancers must be 5 years old as of September 1, 2012 to be eligible. Dance Company is a full year commitment beginning in June after auditions. New students are required to register for the Summer Dance Company class on Mondays and current Company members are highly encouraged to register for the summer session. Company members are then required to sign up for 2 classes in the Fall and Winter session, (Company Class and Technique Class). Company members will perform at several shows throughout the year. There may be additional opportunities to perform at other community events or competitions. There will be an additional Company Fee (include: costumes, competitions and company t-shirt) and the cost of shoes along with the registration for classes.

2 SESSIONS TO TRY OUT Session 1: 5/1 – Audition applications due. 5/8 – Workshop 4:30-6:30pm 5/11– Auditions 4:30-7:00pm

LK

Hip Hop/Jazz (10-15 years) TH 7:30P-8:15P 6/14-8/2

Company Camp 1

If this sounds like something your child would like to be a part of, please fill out the Dance Company Audition Application (located online or at the Triphahn Center front desk) and return it to Jody Dodson, Program Manager, by the specified due dates.

Specialty Dance

TH 6:45P-7:30P 6/14-8/2

Must have auditioned and been accepted into TC Dance Company for the 2012-2013 season.

Session 2: 6/1 – Audition applications due 6/8 – Workshop – 4:30-6:30pm 6/10 – Auditions – 9:00-12:00pm You will be assigned a time slot via email for both the workshop and audition.

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ADULT ATHLETICS

MEN'S TOUCH FOOTBALL — FALL Program Supervisor Dru Steinhoff, 847-781-3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

Fall 2012

Fees

The 10 game season plays on Wednesday evenings from April 25–June 27 at Cannon Crossings lit fields. Players must be 18+ years or a high school graduate. League champion will receive a sponsor’s trophy and $100. Post season tournament for teams with a record of .500 or better. League champions will receive a sponsor’s trophy and $150. Tournament champion will receive a trophy.

$710 League Fee

Schedule Dates are subject to change. 8/5/12 — Team registration and $100 deposit due at Triphahn Center. This deadline is for returning teams to secure a spot in the league. A credit card number must accompany team registration form.

Weather Hotline Adult Athletics 847-285-5509

8/19/12 — Open registration for new teams. 9/1/12 — Managers meeting 7 PM at Triphahn 9/11/12 — Season begins; roster/waiver due before first game.

ADULT BASKETBALL — FALL Program Supervisor Dru Steinhoff, 847-781-3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

Fall 2012

Fees

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

$710 League Fee

Leagues

9/2/12 — Remainder of league fee due.

Mondays — B & C Leagues Tuesdays — C League Wednesdays — B League Thursdays — A League Fridays — Women’s League

Schedule Dates are subject to change. 8/12/12 — For returning teams; registration form and $100 deposit due 9/2/12 — Registration open for new teams.

9/8/12 — Managers meeting 7 PM at Triphahn 9/19/12 — Season begins; roster/waiver due before first game.

ADULT VOLLEYBALL ADULT SOFTBALL — FALL Program Supervisor Deb Albig, 847-285-5440, dalbig@heparks.org

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

8:00P–10:00P

$5 / $6 at door

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

Fall 2012

Schedule

We offer league play for Men’s 12” and Coed 14” at four different levels. This 10–game season runs from August to October and is open to interested teams with players age 18 and older. Game times will be 6:30P, 7:30P and 8:30P.

Dates are subject to change. 6/22/12 — For returning teams; registration form and $100 deposit due

Leagues

A League — Highly competitive, top players B League — Competitive, good players C League — Beginning, low competitive D League — Recreational, just for fun

Fees $665 Team Free

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8/5/12 — Registration open for new teams. 8/5/12 — Remainder of league fee due. 8/15/12 — Season begins; roster/waiver due before first game. Mondays — Men’s 12”,C/D (Rec) League Tuesdays — Co-ed 14”,D (Rec) League Wednesdays — Men’s 12”,B/C League Thursdays — Men’s 12”,A/B League Fridays — Co-ed 14”,Competitive

847–885–7500


ADULT ATHLETICS

TENNIS LESSONS

Chris Cabanban, 847-285-5411, ccabanban@heparks.org

Adult Beginner 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. No Classes 6/17, 7/4 W 6:30P-8:00P

6/13-7/11

$129 / $142 230030-A

TH 7:00P-8:00P

6/14-7/12

$107 / $118 230030-B

SU 9:00A-10:30A 6/24-7/15

$129 / $142 230030-C

W 6:30P-8:00P

7/18-8/22

$193 / $212 230030-D

TH 7:00P-8:00P

7/19-8/23

$129 / $142 230030-E

SU 9:00A-10:30A 7/22-8/26

$193 / $212 230030-F

RACQUETBALL

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

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

HOURS Mondays–Fridays Saturdays Sundays

6:00P–10:00P 6:00A–5:00P 7:00P–2:00P

Adult Advanced Beginner 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. No Classes 6/17, 7/4

RACQUETBALL COURTS COURT HOURS AND FEES All Courts

$7

Special Rate Monday–Friday

6:00A–9:00A

M 6:30P-8:00P

6/11-7/9

$161 / $177 230031-A

TU 7:30P-9:00P

6/12-7/10

$161 / $177 230031-B

SU 10:30A-12:00P 6/17-7/15

$129 / $142 230031-C

M 6:30P-8:00P

7/16-8/20

$193 / $212 230031-D

COURT RESERVATION

TU 7:30P-9:00P

7/17-8/21

$193 / $212 230031-E

SU 10:30A-12:00P 7/22-8/26

$193 / $212 230031-F

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

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

Cardio Tennis (18+ years — PSS&WC) Players of all ability levels are led through high energy drills designed to keep you moving and your heart pumping. Prior tennis experience is not necessary.

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

$3.50

PERMANENT RESERVATION Permanent court reservation is a member only privilege.

Adult Racquet League (18+ years — Willow)

New and experienced players alike can enjoy the fun of competitive racquetball. Leagues are formed according to participants’ different ability levels. Each one-hour match consists of three games, played to 15 points. The length of the season is determined by the number of players. Register by May 31st. Men’s B League TU 6:00P-9:00P 6/12-8/28

$60 / $66 234003-A

Men’s C League W 6:00P-9:00P 6/13-8/29

$60 / $66 234003-B

Early Bird M-F 6:00A-7:30A 6/11-8/31

Your Recreation Education Competitive tennis can burn more calories than aerobics or cycling.

check out uspta.com

$27 / $30 234003-C

Doubles M 5:30P-7:00P 6/11-8/27

$30 / $33 234003-D

Private Racquetball Lessons Private lessons are available for beginners through advanced players. Call 847–285–5440.

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GOLF LESSONS

Brian Bechtold, 847-781-3679, bbechtold@heparks.org

Group Golf Lessons

(18+years — Bridges of Poplar Creek) Golfers are more eager to attest to their score cards after lessons from the Bridges of 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. SA

10:30A-11:30A 5/5-5/26 $60 / $70

221001-A

W

5:30P-6:30P

221001-B

5/9-5/30 $60 / $70

Senior Group Golf Lessons

(50+ years — Bridges of Poplar Creek) Enjoy the fresh cool evening air while you improve your golf swing with lessons designed for the 50+ golfer, taught by the Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club Pros. Each session covers basic set up and swing fundamentals in the area of woods, irons, chipping and putting. Clubs can be provided for students. TU

5:30P-6:30P

5/22-6/12 $55 / $65

221003-A

TU

5:30P-6:30P

7/17-8/7 $55 / $65

231003-B

Golfer Personal Training Meet with a certified personal trainer for a specialized program that will teach you exercises aimed at helping your game! For more information contact Laura Miller, 847–285–5430 or lmiller@heparks.org One Hour Session $45

GOLF PRIVATE LESSONS Adult Private Lesson Rate $45 per ½ Hour Adult Private Lesson Package $190 for five ½ Hour Lessons Adult Private Video Lesson $100 per hour

Your Recreation Education Cross Train to Improve Your Game

The PGA Tour recommends crosstraining with other activities to help improve your golf game. These activities will increase your flexibility, strength, endurance and hand-eye coordination: yoga, tennis, weight lifting, swimming, running and rowing. Visit pgatour.com.

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ADULT ATHLETICS

FIGURE SKATING

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

HOCKEY

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

Adult Ice Skate

Adult Hockey Clinic

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 skaters, this class will be divided into groups according to ability and enrollment. Figure skates are highly recommended. Helmets, knee pads and elbow pads are optional. No class July 4.

This fun, low-key course is open to men and women. Our step by step "SUMO" process ensures a comfortable learning curve by focusing on the key skating components and then applying them to stick handling, shooting, passing and safe checking. Through on-ice exercises, you will see great progress and be able to play games in no time. Call Hockey Coordinator Randy Jordan for details on equipment. No class August 12.

(16+ years — Triphahn)

W

(18+ years — Triphahn)

5:35P-6:20P 6/13-8/15 $110 / $115

232046-A

SU 8:40P–10:10P 6/17-8/26

$135/ $145 232129-A

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for schedule of Drop-in Hockey times

MARTIAL ARTS LESSONS

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

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. 8+ years — Willow Beginner/Continuing White-Red W

6:30P-7:25P

6/13-8/29*

$96 / $106

237211-A

Novice Orange-Blue

W

7:30P-8:25P

6/13-8/29

$96 / $106

237211-B

Interm/Adv Green-Black

W

7:30P-9:00P

6/13-8/29

$129 / $142 237211-C

Beginner White Belt

F

4:00P-5:00P

6/15-8/31

$105 / $115 237211-D

Cont/Nov White w/stripe-Orange F

5:00P-6:00P

6/15-8/31

$105 / $115 237211-E

Advanced High Purple-Black

F

6:00P-7:30P

6/15-8/31

$141 / $155 237211-F

Intermediate Yellow-Low Purple F

7:30P-8:30P

6/15-8/31

$105 / $115 237211-G

Go Ju Ryu Karate (12+ years — Willow)

Adult Tae Kwon Do (14+ years — Willow)

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

American style Tae Kwon Do is a health system that stresses physical fitness, mental discipline, self-confidence and self-defense. Classes allow students to develop at their own pace. Beginning students learn foundation movements with basic hand and foot techniques. Advanced students continue with physical conditioning, advanced techniques and free-style fighting. Men and women of all ages are welcome. Instructor Jason Frymire.

W

7:00P-8:00P 6/13-8/22 $72 / $79

237204-A

M

7:45P-9:30P 6/11-8/20 $110 / $121 237202-A

TU

7:45P-9:30P 6/12-8/21 $110 / $121 237202-B

TH

7:45P-9:30P 6/14-8/23 $110 / $121 237202-C

M,TU 7:45P-9:30P 6/11-8/21 $195 / $214 237202-D TU,TH 7:45P-9:30P 6/12-8/23 $195 / $214 237202-E M,TH 7:45P-9:30P 6/11-8/23 $195 / $214 237202-F M,TU,TH 7:45P-9:30P 6/11-8/23 $295 / $324 237202-G

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YOUTH ATHLETICS

BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL YOUTH LEAGUE Program Supervisor Dru Steinhoff, 847-781-3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

Summer 2012

Games and Practice

Boys/Men age 5–28 and Girls age 5–14

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

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

Fees Age 5–8 Age 9–12 Age 13–14 (8th Grade) Colt/Palomino (H.S.+ )

$140 / $150 $160 / $165 $170 / $185 $225 / $250

Schedule Dates are subject to change.

After 4/28/12 — Games Start

4YEAR OLD T-BALL

BASEBALL CAMP

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

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

4-5-Year Old T-Ball (Pre-Kinder)

Hawk Baseball Camp

Instructional T-Ball League is for 4-5-year olds who are pre-kindergarten or entering kindergarten this fall. This league will be both fun and instructional for everyone involved including the parents. Teams will have one weekday practice which will be determined by the coach and one Saturday practice until the games start. Once games start, teams will keep their weekday practice and have a game on Saturdays. There will be a mandatory pre-season informational meeting with parents to find coaches and pick practice nights.

Young ballplayers learn to become complete players by developing their skills through instruction, drills, competitions and scrimmages. Each day includes a proper warm-up routine and exercises to work on a specific skill. Hitting, throwing, pitching, fielding, base running and various game situations and strategies are covered. Each camper receives a T-shirt. This camp is led by Hoffman Estates High School Head Coach, Todd Meador and staff consisting of current and former players. $175R / $200NR if you sign up for both.

M-SA 6:00P-7:30P 6/18-8/18

M-F 10:00A-12:00P

6/11-6/15 $100 / $110 237120-A

M-F 10:00A-12:00P

6/18-6/22 $100 / $110 237120-B

(4-5 years — Canterbury Place Park)

(Grades 1-8 – Hoffman Estates H.S.)

$60 / $66 239319-A

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

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

Hawk Volleyball Camp

Jelly Bean Dodgeball Camp

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. Mgr. Steinhoff

Sign your child up for the co-ed fun and excitement of this half day camp. Kids will enjoy plenty of competition and dodgeball game variations. No playing experience necessary. Participants receive a FREE Jelly Bean Sports t-shirt! Bring a water bottle and sunscreen.

M-F 12:30P-2:30P 7/16-7/20 $100 / $110 239110-A

M-TH 9:00A-12:00P 6/25-6/28

$85 / $89 239046-A

M-TH 9:00A-12:00P 7/23-7/26

$85 / $89 239046-B

(Grades 5-8 — Triphahn)

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(7-12 years — PSS&WC)

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YOUTH ATHLETICS

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

AABA All Around Skills Camp

AABA All Star Shooting Camp

(6-13 years — Willow)

(6-13 years — Willow)

The morning session of our 5 day camps will

focus on “All Around Skills” advancement. Kids will work on both offensive skills and defensive skills including, but not limited, to dribbling, passing, rebounding, game situations, etc. As always, All American Basketball Academy focuses not only on the game, but how improvement on specific team and individual skills relate to everyday life. The camps will have all new material and children will work in groups more according to skill level (which all are welcome) rather than age. There will also be plenty of games and contests to make things fun for kids of all ages! We recommend all kids bring at least 1 juice/snack for a break. All campers will receive a t-shirt or patch and certificate of achievement.

The afternoon session of our 5 day camps will focus on the improvement of shooting, specifically shooting technique. What sets us apart at All American Basketball Academy is that all of our drills are run with focus on game speed, game scenario and situational shooting. Kids of all ages and skill levels will improve and learn from this camp. The AABA camps will have all new material and children will work in groups more according to skill level (which all are welcome) rather than age. There will also be plenty of games and contests to make things fun for kids of all ages!!! We recommend all kids bring at least 1 juice/snack for a break. All campers will receive a t-shirt or patch and certificate of achievement.

M-F 8:30A-12:30P

M-F 1:00P-3:30P

6/25-6/29 $149

237121-A

6/25-6/29 $99

237121-B

Register for both Camps M-F 8:30A-3:30P

6/25-6/29 $199

237121-C

Hawk Boys Basketball Camp

Skyhawks Basketball Camp

The Hoffman Estates boys’ basketball program will be holding fun and exciting basketball camps through Hoffman Estates High School. The emphasis will be on the learning of fundamentals such as shooting, ball handling, passing and dribble moves. We will also focus on team play through 3 on 3 and 5 on 5 games. Campers will compete in daily competitions such as Hot Shot, Free Throw Contests and Tournaments. All camps will be held at the HEHS main gym and are coached by the HEHS basketball staff and varsity players. All campers will receive a camp T-shirt.

This fun, skill-intensive program is designed with the beginning to intermediate player in mind. Using our progressional curriculum and focusing on the whole player, we teach your child the skills needed both on and off the court to be a better athlete. Our basketball staff will focus on respect, teamwork and responsibility, starting each day with a “skill of the day” and progressing into drills and games. The result is an unforgettable camp experience for your young athlete. After a week of passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding, your child will show you why this is one of our most popular programs. All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 10:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle and gym shoes. M-F 9:00A-12:00P 6/18-6/22 $119 237109-A

(Hoffman Estates High School)

Grade 5-6 M-F 9:30A-11:00A

6/11-6/15 $50 / $60 239102-A

Grade 7-8 M-F 9:30A-11:00A

6/18-6/22 $50 / $60 239102-B

(Willow Park — 6-12 years)

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

Jelly Bean Clinics

(7-11 years — Triphahn) Take the challenge! JBS Basketball Clinics are designed to develop both novice and skilled players and will help take participants’ skills to the next level. Basketballs provided. Dribbling/Passing Clinic

F

1:30P-2:30P

7/13-8/3

$65 / $69

239043-A

Shooting Clinic

F

2:30-3:30pm

7/13-8/3

$65 / $69

239043-B

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YOUTH ATHLETICS

FIGURE SKATING

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

Snowplow Sam Descriptions Snowplow Sam Tot 1 (3-8 years)

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

This is for the first time skater. Learn how to stand up in skates off the ice, then sit and stand up on the ice, marching and gliding.

NO CLASS JULY 4 Snowplow Sam Tot I (3-8 years — Triphahn) W 5:45P-6:15P

Snowplow Sam Tot 2 (3-8 years) Pre-requisite Snowplow Sam 1. Learn how to stand up in skates off the ice, then sit and stand up on the ice, marching and gliding.

6/13-8/1

$110 / $115 232001-A

SA 10:45A-11:15A 6/16-8/4

$110 / $115 232001-B

M 5:45P-6:15P 6/11-8/8

$110 / $115 232001-C

Snowplow Sam Tot 2 (3-8 years — Triphahn) W 5:45P-6:15P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232002-A

Snowplow Sam Tot 3 (3-9 years)

SA 10:45A-11:15A 6/16-8/4

$110 / $115 232002-B

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

M 5:45P-6:15P

$110 / $115 232002-C

Basic Descriptions Basic 1 (6+ years)

6/11-8/6

Snowplow Sam Tot 3 (3-9 years — Triphahn) W 5:45P-6:15P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232003-A

SA 4 10:45A-11:15A 6/16-8/4

$110 / $115 232003-B

M 5:45P-6:15P

$110 / $115 232003-C

6/11-8/6

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

Basic 1 (6+ years — Triphahn)

Basic 2 (6+ years)

Basic 2 (6+ years — Triphahn)

M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

W 5:35P-6:20P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232015-B

SA 10:45A-11:20A 6/16-8/4

Forward and backward skating, two foot turns, moving snowplow stop and alternating forward pumps.

$110 / $115 232015-A $110 / $115 232015-C

M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

W 5:35P-6:20P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232016-B

SA 10:45A-11:20A 6/16-8/4

$110 / $115 232016A $110 / $115 232016-C

Basic 3 (6+ years — Triphahn)

Basic 3 (6+ years)

M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

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

W 5:35P-6:20P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232017-B

$110 / $115 232017-A

M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

Basic 4 (6+ years)

W 5:35P-6:20P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232018-B

Forward outside and inside edges on a circle, forward outside turns, backward pumps, backward stroking and backward stopping.

M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

W 5:35P-6:20P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232019-B

Basic 4 (6+ years — Triphahn) $110 / 115 232018-A

Basic 5 (6+ years — Triphahn) $110 / $115 232019-A

Basic 6 (6+ years — Triphahn)

Basic 5 (6+ years) Backward outside and inside edges, backward crossovers, beginning one foot spin, hockey stop and side toe hops.

M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

W 5:35P-6:20P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232020-B

$110 / $115 232020-A

Basic 7 (6+ years — Triphahn) M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

Basic 6 (6+ years)

W 5:35P-6:20P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232021-B

$110 / $115 232021-A

Standstill inside turns, backward two foot turns, t–stop, bunny hops, forward spirals, forward lunges.

Basic 8 (6+ years — Triphahn) M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

W 5:35P-6:20P

6/13-8/15 $110 / $115 232022-B

$110 / $115 232022-A

Basic 7 (6+ years) Inside mohawk, backward edges to forward edges, back crossovers to edge glides, ballet jumps and pivots.

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Basic 8 (6+ years) Moving outside and inside turns, combination moves of crossovers and mohawks, one foot spin, waltz jump, mazurka.

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Freestyle Descriptions Freestyle 1 (6+ years) This class has a Pre-requisite of Basic 8. Skating skills taught include advanced forward stroking, consecutive outside and inside edges, backward outside turns, scratch spins, waltz jump, half flip jumps.

Freestyle 2 (6+ years) Skating skills include consecutive backward outside and inside edges, forward spirals on edges, waltz threes and beginning back spin waltz jump sequence.

Freestyle 3 (6+ years) Skating skills include waltz eight, forward swing rolls, backward inside turns, backspin, Salchow, half lutz and combo jump.

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

This is a super cool way to spend your hot summer days with lots of H2O! You'll spend time chillin' on ice at the Triphahn Center Ice Arena then more time swimmin' at Seascape Family Aquatic Center. Sign up for one week at a time, or the whole summer.

Jr Ice Academy Camp H2O

(6-9 years) No Camp weeks of 7/30-8/3 and 8/6-8/10. M-F 8:30A-3:00P 6/11-8/17 $726 / $782 232132-A M-F 8:30A-3:00P 6/11-6/15 $135 / $145 232132-A1 M-F 8:30A-3:00P 6/18-6/22 $135 / $145 232132-A2 M-F 8:30A-3:00P 6/25-6/29 $135 / $145 232132-A3 M-F 8:30A-3:00P 7/2-7/6

$105 / $115 232132-A4

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 7/9-7/13

$135 / $145 232132-A5

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 7/16-7/20 $135 / $145 232132-A6

Freestyle 4 (6+ years)

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 7/23-7/27 $135 / $145 232132-A7

Skating skills include spiral sequences, forward power 3 turns, sit spin, loop jump, waltz jump/ loop combination.

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 8/13-8/17 $135 / $145 232132-A8

Freestyle 5 (6+ years)

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 6/18-6/21 $110 / $120 232132-B2

Skating skills taught include step sequences spiral sequences, camel spin, Front scratch to back scratch, loop combo, flip, waltz jump sequence.

Freestyle 6 (6+ years) Skating skills include alternating back crossovers, Mohawk sequence, camel sit/spin, split/stag jump, waltz jump, Lutz jump, axel walk through prep, jump.

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 6/11-8/16 $635 / $695 232132-B M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 6/11-6/14 $110 / $120 232132-B1 M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 6/25-6/28 $110 / $120 232132-B3 M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 7/2-7/5

$85 / $95

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 7/9-7/12

$110 / $120 232132-B5

232132-B4

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 7/16-7/19 $110 / $120 232132-B6 M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 7/23-7/26 $110 / $120 232132-B7 M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 8/13-8/16 $110 / $120 232132-B8

I.C.E. Academy Summer Program (7+ years) No Camp week of 8/6-8/10.

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 6/11-8/17 $850 / $913 232133-A

Freestyle 1 (6+ years — Triphahn)

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 6/11-6/15 $135 / $145 232133-A1

M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

$110 / $115 232039-A

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 6/18-6/22 $135 / $145 232133-A2

SA 11:45A-12:30P 6/16-8/4

$110 / $115 232039-B

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 6/25-6/29 $135 / $145 232133-A3

Freestyle 2 (6+ years — Triphahn)

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 7/2-7/6

$105 / $115 232133-A4

M 5:45P-6:30P

$110 / $115 232040-A

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 7/9-7/13

$135 / $145 232133-A5

$110 / $115 232040-B

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 7/16-7/20 $135 / $145 232133-A6

6/11-8/6

SA 11:45A-12:30P 6/16-8/4

Freestyle 3 (6+ years — Triphahn)

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 7/23-7/27 $135 / $145 232133-A7

M 5:45P-6:30P

$110 / $115 232041-A

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 7/30-8/3

$110 / $115 232041-B

M-F 8:30A-3:00P 8/13-8/17 $135 / $145 232133-A9

6/11-8/6

SA 11:45A-12:30P 6/16-8/4

Freestyle 4 (6+ years — Triphahn)

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 6/11-8/9

M 5:45P-6:30P

$135 / $145 232133-A8 $740 / $810 232133-B

6/11-8/6

$110 / $115 232042-A

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 6/11-6/14 $110 / $120 232133-B1

SA 11:45A-12:30P 6/16-8/4

$110 / $115 232042-B

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 6/18-6/21 $110 / $120 2232133-B3

Freestyle 5 (6+ years — Triphahn)

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 6/25-6/28 $110 / $120 232133-B

M 5:45P-6:30P

$110 / $115 232043-A

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 7/2-7/5

$85 / $95

$110 / $115 232043-B

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 7/9-7/12

$110 / $120 232133-B5

6/11-8/6

SA 11:45A-12:30P 6/16-8/4

232133-B4

Freestyle 6 (6+ years — Triphahn)

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 7/16-7/19 $110 / $120 232133-B6

M 5:45P-6:30P

6/11-8/6

$110 / $115 232045-A

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 7/23-7/26 $110 / $120 232133-B7

SA 11:45A-12:30P 6/16-8/4

$110 / $115 232045-B

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 7/30-8/2

$110 / $120 232133-B8

M-TH 8:30A-3:00P 8/6-8/9

$110 / $120 232133-B9

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YOUTH ATHLETICS

GOLF LESSONS

Program Supervisor Brian Bechtold, 847-781-3679, bbechtold@heparks.org

Golfer Personal Training

Golden Bears

(4-15 years — Bridges of Poplar Creek) 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. Students will receive two clubs.

One Hour Session $45

TU,TH 5:45P-6:30P

5/8-5/31 $110 / $130 221010-A

GOLF PRIVATE LESSONS

TU,TH 4:45P-5:30P

7/10-8/2 $110 / $130 231010-A

Junior Private Lesson Rate $35 per ½ Hour

Sharks

Junior Private Lesson Package

(4-14 years — Bridges of Poplar Creek) 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, or a similar junior golf program before enrolling in this program. Golf clubs are not provided for use during this program. TU,TH 5:45P-6:45P

6/5-6/28 $130 / $150 231011-A

TU,TH 5:45P-6:45P

6/5-6/28 $130 / $150 231011-A

(5-15 years — Bridges of Poplar Creek) This advanced junior golf program is designed to strengthen fundamentals by mixing long and short game practice with on-course training sessions. Pre-requisite: Participant must have successfully completed our Sharks program or similar junior program participation. TU,TH 5:45P-6:45P

7/10-8/2 $140 / $165 231013-A

TU,TH 5:45P-6:45P

7/10-8/2 $140 / $165 231013-A

Masters

(12-17 years — Bridges of Poplar Creek) 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 and 45 minutes of 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. TH

6:00A-10:30A 7/12-8/2 $140 / $165 231012-A

TH

6:00A-10:30A 7/12-8/2 $140 / $165 231012-A

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

$150 for five ½ Hour Lessons Junior Private Video Lesson $80 per hour

Your Recreation Education

It’s Never Too Early to Start Golf! Golf is a wholesome family activity in the great outdoors and fresh air. The game allows time for conversation and quality time together. Children are never too young to learn the game of golf.

Tigers

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Meet with a certified personal trainer for a specialized program that will teach you exercises aimed at helping your game! For more information contact Laura Miller, 847–285–5430 or lmiller@heparks.org

Tiger Woods started as a toddler. Arnold Palmer, Bobby Jones and other world-famous players also started as young children playing golf with their fathers. Besides lessons , a great way to introduce your children to golf is to visit our Learning Center and hit some balls on the driving range. For rates and hours, visit bridgesofpoplarcreek.com.

847–885–7500


YOUTH ATHLETICS

GYMNASTICS LESSONS

CHEERLEADING

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

Parent/Tot Gymnastics (½-3 years with Parent)

Over, under, forward and back--there's an adventure in every class. With the help of their parents, children use incline, rolling and cartwheel mats, along with traditional gymnastic equipment, to improve strength, coordination, balance and confidence. *No Class 7/4. $47 / $52

M 10:15A-10:50A 7/16-8/13 $47 / $52

Level 1 Gymnastics (Triphahn)

Junior Cheer (6-10 years — Triphahn)

Children learn skills on the traditional gymnastics events, including tumbling, bars, vault and balance beam, all in a controlled environment. *No class 7/4.

Learn how to become a Cheerleading All Star in our cheer class! All levels are welcome to join our summer session to learn how to cheer, dance, jump, stunt and tumble. Skills will be aimed toward competitive cheering. At the end of the summer we will have tryouts for those who wish to join our Competitive All Star Cheerleading Squad. Cheerleaders must wear cheerleading or gym shoes with flat soles. Hair must be tied back. No baggy or loose clothing.

Jr. Level 1 (4-6 years) M 5:15P-6:15P

6/11-7/9

M 5:15P-6:15P

7/16-8/13 $57 / $63

234303-A1

W 4:15P-5:15P

6/13-7/11* $45 / $50

234303-B

W 4:15P-5:15P

7/18-8/15 $57 / $63

234303-B1

234301-A

TH 4:15P-5:15P

6/14-7/12 $57 / $63

234303-C

234301-A1

TH 4:15P-5:15P

7/19-8/16 $57 / $63

234303-C1

Willow M 10:15A-10:50A 6/11-7/9

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

Triphahn

$57 / $63

234303-A

Level 1 and 2 (6-14 years)

W 10:15A-10:50A 6/13-7/11* $37 / $41

234301-B

M 6:15P-7:15P

6/11-7/9

W 10:15A-10:50A 7/18-8/15 $47 / $52

234301-B1

M 6:15P-7:15P

7/16-8/13 $57 / $63

234303-D1

TH 10:15A-10:50A 6/14-7/12 $47 / $52

234301-C

TU 4:15P-5:15P

6/12-7/10 $57 / $63

234303-E

TH 10:15A-10:50A 7/19-8/16 $47 / $52

234301-C1

TU 4:15P-5:15P

7/17-8/14 $57 / $63

234303-E1

SA 9:30A-10:05A

6/16-7/14 $47 / $52

234301-D

SA 11:05A-12:05P 6/16-7/14 $57 / $63

234303-F

SA 9:30A-10:05A

7/21-8/18 $47 / $52

234301-D1

SA 11:05A-12:05P 7/21-8/18 $57 / $63

234303-F1

Preschool Gymnastics (3-5 years) Preschool and kindergartners improve coordination, strength and balance and build confidence in themselves, all in an exciting, safe and professionally-instructed environment. Children will be introduced to skills such as forward rolls, straddle rolls and backward skills. Basic skills will be introduced on each gymnastic event. *No Class 7/4. Willow M 11:00A-11:45A 6/11-7/9

$52 / $57

M 11:00A-11:45A 7/16-8/13 $52 / $57

234302-A 234302-A1

Triphahn W 11:00A-11:45A 6/13-7/11* $41 / $45

234302-B

W 11:00A-11:45A 7/18-8/15 $52 / $57

234302-B1

W 5:15P-6:00P

6/13-7/11* $41 / $45

234302-C

W 5:15P-6:00P

7/18-8/15 $52 / $57

234302-C1

TH 11:00A-11:45A 6/14-7/12 $52 / $57

234302-D

TH 11:00A-11:45A 7/19-8/16 $52 / $57

234302-D1

SA 10:15A-11:00A 6/16-7/14 $52 / $57

234302-E

SA 10:15A-11:00A 7/21-8/18 $52 / $57

234302-E1

Boys Gymnastics

(4-14 years — Triphahn) This exciting gymnastics class is just for boys! Learn the basics of gymnastics on the traditional men's equipment, including floor, rings, single high bar, parallel bars, vault and beginner pommel horse. Boys will work on skills appropriate for their age and skill level. M 4:15P-5:15P

6/11-7/9

$57 / $63

M 4:15P-5:15P

7/16-8/13 $57 / $63

234310-A 234310-A1

$57 / $63

234303-D

Level 2 Gymnastics

(6-14 years — Triphahn) Level two is a more advanced program, in which children master the skills developed in level one, while learning new skills on floor, bar, beam and vault. One arm cartwheels, backbends, tuck and split jumps and pullovers are a few of the skills learned. TU 5:15P-6:15P

6/12-7/10 $57 / $63

234304-A

TU 5:15P-6:15P

7/17-8/14 $57 / $63

234304-A1

Team Gymnastics

(6-14 years — Triphahn)

M

4:15P-5:15P

6/11-7/9

M

4:15P-5:15P

7/16-8/13 $57 / $63

$57 / $63

234310-B 234310-B1

Skyhawks Cheerleading Camp (Sycamore Park — 5-10 years)

Skyhawks Cheerleading teaches young athletes the essential skills to lead crowds and support the home team! Designed for children ages 5 to 10, this entry-level cheer program ensures that each camper learns cheers, proper hand and body movements and jumping techniques. There is no stunting—just a big focus on fun while each cheerleader learns important life skills such as teambuilding and leadership. The week concludes with a choreographed performance and, when available, a chance to cheer at a Skyhawks football tournament! All participants receive pom-poms, a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 14:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. M-F 9:00A-12:00P 7/9-7/13 $110 237109-C

Girls only, with instructor’s permission. TU,F 5:00P-8:00P

6/12-7/13 $192 / $211 234308-A

TU,F 5:00P-8:00P

7/17-8/17 $192 / $211 234308-A1

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

Your Recreation Education

Cheer on Team USA in the Summer Olympics in London 2012

7-Augwuill sintclude12 July 2 stics events

Gymna s, Men and Women and Trampoline. Artistic, Rhythmic

See the schedule at london2012.com

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YOUTH ATHLETICS

HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Program Supervisor Randy Jordan, 847-285-5501, rjordan@heparks.org

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

Young Starter Development

Hockey Development (5–15 years)

(3–8 years)

This one day a week program is to essentially get the new skater familiarized with getting up and down on skates. Learning to work edges by marching, gliding etc. up to the beginning of striding for skating. Much time is given to doing drills that encourage free movement and motion that teaches skills while children are having fun and are unaware they are actually learning. Bike helmet and ski gloves (or similar) required. This is a skating only class. Plastic sticks may be introduced at the end of the session. M 5:00P–6:00P

6/11-8/6

$90 / $95

232469-B

This very successful two day a week program is ideal for athletes with minimal experience on skates and those younger that have progressed from the starter program. Although the focus in this program is to learn to execute the important Sumo elements of skating, it also includes training in stick work and small games etc. The goal is to prepare players to advance to adding the 3 on 3 Sunday House League games to the next stage of progression. Equipment is available up to certain sizes. 2 Day No class 8/8 TU, TH

5:00P–6:20P 6/12-8/14 $140 / $150

SA 11:00A–12:20P

Sunday 3 on 3 House League (5–15 years)

This cross ice game program has universally become the way top programs through to pro learn to play the game. A smaller area encourages more touches, shots, edge work, etc in a competitive environment. A great way to learn hockey before taking the final step, moving to playing full ice Wolf Pack team hockey.

232469-A

Saturday No class 8/11 6/16-8/18 $105 / $110

232469-D

SUMO Clinics(3+ years) This class focuses on creative scrimmage skills. Full equipment is required. Mite/Squirt TU, TH

6:30P–7:45P 7/10-8/2

$100/$110

232129-A

$100/$110

232129-B

Pee Wee/Bantam TU, TH

7:55P–9:25P 7/10-8/2

No class 8/2 SU 1:40P–3:00P

6/17-8/26 $140 / $150

232469-E

WOLF PACK HOCKEY CLUB Program Supervisor Randy Jordan, 847-285-5501, rjordan@heparks.org

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

Road Hockey

Wolfpack 3 x3 League (Triphahn) Mites (3+ years) W

5:00P-6:10P 7/11-8/15 $110 / $120 232501-A

Squirts (3+ years) W

6:20P-7:30P 7/11-8/15 $110 / $120 232501-B

Pee Wee (5+ years) W

7:40P-8:50P 7/11-8/15 $110 / $120 232501-C

Bantam (5+ years) W

9:00P-10:10P 7 /11-8/15 $110 / $120 232501-D

Midgets (5+ years) W

5:00P-6:10P 7/11-8/15 $110 / $120 232501-E

(5-15 years — Pine Park) Develop your hockey skills off the ice. SA

20

10:00A-2:00P 6/9-8/4

$70 / $80

232469-C

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

847–885–7500


YOUTH ATHLETICS

MARTIAL ARTS LESSONS

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

Shotokan Parent / Child (7+ years — Illinois Shotokan Karate Club)

Youth Tae Kwon Do

This class is 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. Note: Youth and Parent/Child classes will train together. Illinois Shotokan Karate Club, 327 N. Eric Drive, Palatine Beginner/Continuing White

SA

10:00A-11:00A

6/16-8/25

$96 / $106

237213-A

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. Instructor Jason Frymire.

Novice White w/stripe-Orange

SA

11:10A-12:10P

6/16-8/25

$96 / $106

237213-B

Youth Beginner (6-12 years)

Intermediate Yellow-Green

SA

12:20P-1:20P

6/16-8/25

$96 / $106

237213-C

M

6:45P-7:45P 6/11-8/20 $90 / $99

237210-A

237213-D

TU

6:45P-7:45P 6/12-8/21 $90 / $99

237210-B

TH

6:45P-7:45P 6/14-8/23 $90 / $99

237210-C

Advanced Purple-Black

SA

1:30P-2:30P

6/16-8/25

$96 / $106

Shotokan Pre-Karate

M,TU 6:45P-7:45P 6/11-8/21 $160 / $176 237210-D

Through a variety of fun and creative activities, young children develop coordination, strength and personal safety skills, all in a well-supervised setting. 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 ISKC 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.

TU,TH 6:45P-7:45P 6/12-8/23 $160 / $176 237210-E

M

7:45P-9:00P 6/11-8/20 $100 / $110 237210-H

4-7 years — Illinois Shotokan Karate Club, 327 N. Eric Drive, Palatine

TU

7:45P-9:00P 6/12-8/21 $100 / $110 237210-I

TH

7:45P-9:00P 6/14-8/23 $100 / $110 237210-J

Beginner/Continuing White

SA

9:00A-9:45A

6/16-8/25

$96 / $106

237212-F

4-7 years — Willow

M,TH 6:45P-7:45P 6/11-8/23 $160 / $176 237210-F M,TU,TH 6:45P-7:45P 6/11-8/23 $260 / $286 237210-G Youth Advanced (10-14 years)

M,TU 7:45P-9:00P 6/11-8/21 $175 / $192 237210-K

Beginner/Continuing 2 or less

W

5:00P-5:45P

6/13-8/29

$96 / $106

237212-A

TU,TH 7:45P-9:00P 6/12-8/23 $175 / $192 237210-L

Intermediate/Adv 3 or more

W

5:45P-6:30P

6/13-8/29

$96 / $106

237212-B

M,TH 7:45P-9:00P 6/11-8/23 $175 / $192 237210-M

Beginner less than 1

F

4:30P-5:15P

6/15-8/31

$105 / $115 237212-C

M,TU,TH 7:45P-9:00P 6/11-8/23 $275 / $302 237210-N

Continuing 2 or more

F

5:20P-6:05P

6/15-8/31

$105 / $115 237212-D

Advanced permission req’d

F

6:10P-6:55P

6/15-8/31

$105 / $115 237212-E

Adult Tae Kwon Do (14+ years — Willow)

Beginner/Continuing White

SA

10:00A-11:00A

6/16-8/25

$96 / $106

237211-H

Novice White w/stripe-Orange

SA

11:10A-12:10P

6/16-8/25

$96 / $106

237211-I

American style Tae Kwon Do is a health system that stresses physical fitness, mental discipline, self-confidence and self-defense. Classes allow students to develop at their own pace. Beginning students learn foundation movements with basic hand and foot techniques. Advanced students continue with physical conditioning, advanced techniques and free-style fighting. Men and women of all ages are welcome. Instructor Jason Frymire.

Intermediate Yellow-Green

SA

12:20P-1:20P

6/16-8/25

$96 / $106

237211-J

M

7:45P-9:30P 6/11-8/20 $110 / $121 237202-A

237211-K

TU

7:45P-9:30P 6/12-8/21 $110 / $121 237202-B

8+ years — Willow

TH

7:45P-9:30P 6/14-8/23 $110 / $121 237202-C

Beginner/Continuing White-Red W

6:30P-7:25P

6/13-8/29*

$96 / $106

237211-A

M,TU 7:45P-9:30P 6/11-8/21 $195 / $214 237202-D

Novice Orange-Blue

W

7:30P-8:25P

6/13-8/29

$96 / $106

237211-B

TU,TH 7:45P-9:30P 6/12-8/23 $195 / $214 237202-E

Interm/Adv Green-Black

W

7:30P-9:00P

6/13-8/29

$129 / $142 237211-C

M,TH 7:45P-9:30P 6/11-8/23 $195 / $214 237202-F

Beginner White Belt

F

4:00P-5:00P

6/15-8/31

$105 / $115 237211-D

M,TU,TH 7:45P-9:30P 6/11-8/23 $295 / $324 237202-G

Cont/Nov White w/stripe-Orange F

5:00P-6:00P

6/15-8/31

$105 / $115 237211-E

Advanced High Purple-Black

F

6:00P-7:30P

6/15-8/31

$141 / $155 237211-F

Intermediate Yellow-Low Purple F

7:30P-8:30P

6/15-8/31

$105 / $115 237211-G

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. 7-14 years— Illinois Shotokan Karate Club, 327 N. Eric Drive, Palatine

Advanced Purple-Black

SA

1:30P-2:30P

6/16-8/25

$96 / $106

Go Ju Ryu Karate (12+ years — Willow) This form of the martial arts promotes physical fitness and mental clarity and is the ultimate form of self-defense. This disciplined class is open to all beginners and advanced students, as everyone progresses at their own pace. Classes are taught by Sensei S. Bargiel, a lifetime member of the Chicago Midwest Karate Association and a fourthdegree black belt, as well as his staff members. W

7:00P-8:00P 6/13-8/22 $72 / $79

237204-A

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SOCCER LEAGUE YOUTH Fall 2012-Spring 2013 Program Supervisor Chris Evans, 847-285-5519, cevans@heparks.org

Grades K–8th — Cannon Crossings

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The Hoffman Estates Youth Soccer League is a fun, active and recreational program. It is for your beginner soccer player who wants to have fun, meet new friends and learn the basics of the game of soccer. Kids will learn teamwork, basic skills and sportsmanship. Your child will have a great time every Sunday playing in games and being part of a team. For $80R/$90NR, including both Fall and Spring seasons, it’s a great deal and one of the cheapest soccer programs in the area!

Eligibility Separate teams for boys and girls: Kindergarden through 8th Grade. Divisions will be determined by participation numbers. Teams will be formed by a blind draft only.

Games and Practice

Registration Reguster in person at Cannon Crossing Fields on Sunday 5/20/2012 from 11:00A-3:00P. Register in person at Triphahn or Willow. New online registration available starting May 21.

Fees 1 5/21 – 7/1 = $80R / $90NR all ages On or After 7/2 = $90R / $100NR all ages 2

Uniform Fee is an additional $35 and parents need to fill out additional "Uniform Form". Players may use their uniform from the previous year if it still fits.

Fee includes Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 seasons. Full refund eligible before the first game. After the first game prorated refunds will only be issued with a doctor’s notice.

Schedule

Fall 2012 Season 9/9/12 thru 10/28/12 Dates are subject to change.

All games will be played on Sundays at Cannon Crossings. Practice days, times and locations will be chosen by the individual volunteer coaches. Although the Park District cannot guarantee a specific practice day, there is a location on the soccer registration form to specify evenings that your child cannot practice and we will try to accommodate.

3rd and 4th Week of July — Teams Formed Week of 8/6 — Coach’s Meetings Week of 8/13 — Coaches Contact Parents Week of 8/13 — Practices Start 9 / 9 — Games Start 9/23 — Picture Day Spring 2013 Season 4/14/13 thru 6/9/13 Week of 4/1 —Practices start 4/14 — Games Start 5/26 — No Games 6/9 — Final Games

Travel Soccer    

The Hoffman United Soccer Club is a competitive program that consists of boys and girls youth soccer teams. Teams are composed of players from the area surrounding Hoffman Estates. This is an extension of the Hoffman Estates Park District recreational soccer program. Visit www.hoffmanunited.org. Travel tryouts will be held at Cannon Crossings for the boys teams May 21-May 25, 2012 and the girls teams May 29-June 1

SOCCER JELLY BEAN

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

Jelly Bean Soccer Skills Clinic

Jelly Bean Soccer (6-7 years — PSS&WC)

Through challenging drills and fast-paced games, clinic participants will refine specific dribbling, passing and shooting skills. Soccer balls provided. Bring a water bottle, shin guards and appropriate apparel/shoes.

Soccer made simple, learning made fun classes use progressive teachings, soccer equipment and learning aids to teach the age-appropriate fundamentals of dribbling, passing and shooting. Soccer balls provided. Bring shin guards and a water bottle.

F

4:45P-5:45P

6/8-6/29

$65 / $69

239047-A

TU 4:45P-5:30P

6/5-6/26

$55 / $59

239044-A

F

4:45P-5:45P

7/13-8/03

$65 / $69

239047-B

TH 4:45P-5:30P

6/7-6/28

$55 / $59

239044-B

F

4:45P-5:45P

8/10-8/31

$65 / $69

239047-C

TU 4:45P-5:30P

7/10-7/31

$55 / $59

239044-C

TH 4:45P-5:30P

7/12-8/2

$55 / $59

239044-D

TU 4:45P-5:30P

8/7-8/28

$55 / $59

239044-E

TH 4:45-5:30pm 8/9-8/30

$55 / $59

239044-F

(7-11 years — Triphahn)

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HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

847–885–7500


YOUTH ATHLETICS

SOCCER CAMPS

Program Supervisor Chris Evans, 847-285-5519, cevans@heparks.org

Future Pros Soccer Camp

Chicago Storm Summer Camp

Future Pros has been talked about as one of the top soccer training organizations in the US. Their trainers attend soccer symposiums worldwide. In conjunction with the employment of high level international staff, Future Pros offers programs to participants at the highest level of training in the Chicagoland area. The Pee Wee Camp is for the beginner and will focus on the basic skills of soccer in drills and games. The Open Camp is also for beginners but intermediate kids can also register. This camp implements technical and tactical training while having fun in a variety of developmental drills and games. All kids are divided by age and adjusted by ability level.

Chicago Storm Summer Soccer Camps offer the unique opportunity for children to work with professional and collegiate players and coaches. Campers of all levels work on skills and strategies in a curriculum that is game like and FUN! We place campers in groups according to age and/or skill level. All campers receive a camp T-shirt, soccer ball and player evaluation. Mini Kickers is ideal for beginners and campers will learn the basics of soccer. All camps end at 1:00 pm on Friday.

(4-5 years — Canon Crossings Park) M-F 9:00A-10:30A 6/25-6/29 $65 / $75

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(5-18 years — Canon Crossings Park) M-F 9:00A-12:00P 6/25-6/29 $105 / $115 237122-B (4-5 years — High Point Park) M-F 9:00A-10:30A 7/30-8/3

$65 / $75

237122-C

(5-18 years — High Point Park) M-F 9:00A-12:00P 7/30-8/3

$105 / $115 237122-D

Hawks Soccer Camp

(Grade 4-8 — Hoffman Estates H.S.) This camp is for players who want to continue playing soccer in high school. We will be working on the technical part of the game through individual skills, small sided games and full field scrimmages. The camp will be held on the stadium at Hoffman Estates High School. Each camper will receive a t-shirt and ball. Players should bring soccer shoes, gym shoes, shin guards, socks and water. For more information contact Ralph Tooren. Hoffman Estates high school girls head varsity coach and boys’ assistant varsity coach. rtooren@d211.org. When registering, please indicate your child’s T-shirt size, grade in school and ball size (4th-5th grade = ball size #4, 6th-8th grade = ball size #5) M-F 4:00P-6:00P

7/23-7/27 $100 / $110 239106-A

Canon Crossings Park Mini-Kickers Camp (4-6 years) M-F 9:00A-12:00P 7/9-7/13

$145 / $155 239107-A

Half Day Camp (7-13 years) M-F 9:00A-12:00P 7/9-7/13

$145 / $155 239107-B

Full Day Camp (7-13 years) M-F 9:00A-3:00P

7/9-7/13

$180 / $190 239107-C

High Point Park Mini-Kickers Camp (4-6 years) M-F 9:00A-12:00P 8/6-8/10

$145 / $155 239107-D

Half Day Camp (7-13 years) M-F 9:00A-12:00P 8/6-8/10

$145 / $155 239107-E

Full Day Camp (7-13 years) M-F 9:00A-3:00P

8/6-8/10

$180 / $190 239107-F

Your Recreation Education

Three Great Reasons to enroll your kids in

Soccer! -

Weight Control -

Soccer is a form of aerobic exercise, involving jogging, running and sprinting. P layers can burn a lot of calories and fat, which helps maintain a healthier weight. A healthy weight can lower the risk of diabetes, obesity, and high cholesterol.

- Strong Muscles -

Soccer players have strong muscles in their legs, thighs, abdomen, and chest.

- Flexibility and Agility -

Soccer players learn to move quickly in many directions - laterally and vertically, forward or backward. This helps athletes become more flexible, and helps reduce the risk of injury.

-Taken from Sports.Yahoo.com

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YOUTH ATHLETICS

INDOOR TENNIS LESSONS

Program Supervisor Chris Cabanban, 847-285-5411, ccabanban@heparks.org

Little Netters (4-5 years — PSS&WC)

Half Volleys 2 (8-9 years — PSS&WC)

Using the USTA Quick Start system, children are introduced to the world of tennis in this basic skills class. Movement and tracking skills are taught with emphasis on having fun and establishing a positive tennis experience. No classes 6/17, 7/4

Using the USTA Quick Start system, 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. No classes 6/17, 7/4

W 4:00P-4:45P

6/13-7/11

$65 / $72

230015-A

M 4:30P-5:30P

6/11-7/9

$107 / $118 230018-A

TH 4:00P-4:45P

6/14-7/12

$81 / $89

230015-B

TU 4:30P-5:30P

6/12-7/10

$107 / $118 230018-B

W 4:00P-4:45P

7/18-8/22

$97 / $107

230015-C

W 5:00P-6:00P

6/13-7/11

$86 / $95

TH 4:00P-4:45P

7/19-8/23

$97 / $107

230015-D

TH 5:30P-6:30P

6/14-7/12

$107 / $118 230018-D

F

5:00P-6:00P

6/15-7/13

$107 / $118 230018-E

Netters (5-6 years — PSS&WC)

SU 1:00P-2:00P

6/17-7/15

$86 / $95

Using the USTA Quick Start system, children are introduced to the world of tennis in this basic skills class. Movement and tracking skills are taught with emphasis on having fun and establishing a positive tennis experience. No classes 6/17, 7/4

M 4:30P-5:30P

7/16-8/20

$129 / $142 230018-G

TU 4:30P-5:30P

7/17-8/21

$129 / $142 230018-H

W 5:00P-6:00P

7/18-8/22

$129 / $142 230018-I

TH 5:30P-6:30P

7/19-8/23

$129 / $142 230018-J

F

5:00P-6:00P

7/20-8/24

$129 / $142 230018-K

SU 1:00P-2:00P

7/22-8/26

$129 / $142 230018-L

M 4:00P-5:00P

6/11-7/9

$107 / $118 230016-A

TU 6:00P-7:00P

6/12-7/10

$107 / $118 230016-B

W 4:45P-5:30P

6/13-7/11

$65 / $72

TH 4:00P-5:00P

6/14-7/12

$107 / $118 230016-D

F

6/15-7/13

$107 / $118 230016-E

230016-C

230018-F

Baseliners 1 (9-11 years — PSS&WC)

SU 12:00P-12:45P 6/24-7/15

$65 / $72

M 4:00P-5:00P

7/16-8/20

$129 / $142 230016-G

TU 6:00P-7:00P

7/17-8/21

$129 / $142 230016-H

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. No classes 6/17, 7/4

W 4:45P-5:30P

7/18-8/22

$97 / $107

230016-I

M 5:30P-6:30P

6/11-7/9

$107 / $118 230019-A

TH 4:00P-5:00P

7/19-8/23

$129 / $142 230016-J

TU 6:00P-7:00P

6/12-7/10

$107 / $118 230019-B

F

7/20-8/24

$129 / $142 230016-K

W 6:00P-7:00P

6/13-7/11

$86 / $95

$97 / $107

TH 5:30P-6:30P

6/14-7/12

$107 / $118 230019-D

F

4:00P-5:00P

4:00P-5:00P

SU 12:00P-12:45P 7/22-8/26

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230016-F

230016-L

230019-C

6:00P-7:00P

6/15-7/13

$107 / $118 230019-E

Half Volleys 1 (6-7 years — PSS&WC)

SU 2:00P-3:00P

6/17-7/15

$86 / $95

Using the USTA Quick Start system, beginners increase their net performance as they continue to learn tennis fundamentals. This class helps students enhance motor and racquet skills, while nurturing their love of the game! No classes 6/17, 7/4

M 5:30P-6:30P

7/16-8/20

$129 / $142 230019-G

TU 6:00P-7:00P

7/17-8/21

$129 / $142 230019-H

W 6:00P-7:00P

7/18-8/22

$129 / $142 230019-I

TH 5:30P-6:30P

7/19-8/23

$129 / $142 230019-J

F

6:00P-7:00P

7/20-8/24

$129 / $142 230019-K

SU 2:00P-3:00P

7/22-8/26

$129 / $142 230019-L

230017-A

230019-F

M 4:45P-5:30P

6/11-7/9

$81 / $89

TU 5:00P-6:00P

6/12-7/10

$107 / $118 230017-B

TU 6:30P-7:30P

6/12-7/10

$107 / $118 230017-C

W 4:00P-5:00P

6/13-7/11

$86 / $95

230017-D

TH 4:45P-5:30P

6/14-7/12

$81 / $89

230017-E

M 4:45P-5:30P

7/16-8/20

$97 / $107

230017-F

TU 5:00P-6:00P

7/17-8/21

$129 / $142 230017-G

TU 6:30P-7:30P

7/17-8/21

$129 / $142 230017-H

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. No classes 6/17, 7/4

W 4:00P-5:00P

7/18-8/22

$129 / $142 230017-I

TU 5:30P-6:30P

6/12-7/10

$107 / $118 230020-A

TH 4:45P-5:30P

7/19-8/23

$97 / $107

W 5:30p-6:30P

6/13-7/11

$86/ $95

TH 5:30P-6:30P

6/14-7/12

$107 / $118 230020-C

TU 5:30P-6:30P

6/17-8/21

$129 / $142 230020-D

W 5:30P-6:30P

7/18-8/22

$129 / $142 230020-E

TH 5:30P-6:30P

7/19-8/23

$129 / $142 230020-F

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HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

Baseliners 2 (11-12 years — PSS&WC)

847–885–7500

230020-B


YOUTH ATHLETICS

TENNIS CAMPS

Chris Cabanban, 847-285-5411, ccabanban@heparks.org or

Excellence (11+ years — PSS&WC)

Tennis Plus ( 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. No Classes 6/17, 7/4

This camp is a smash hit with players of all skill levels. Campers will receive instruction under the supervision of Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center tennis professionals. Campers also enjoy energetic off-court activities like wall climbing, volleyball, basketball and more. Camper to instructor ratio is 8:1 Mgr. Cabanban

M 6/11-7/9

5:30P-7:00P $161 / $177 230023-A

TH 6/14-7/12

6:30P-8:00P $161 / $177 230023-B

M 7/16-8/20

5:30P-7:00P $193 / $212 230023-C

TH 7/19-8/23

6:30P-8:00P $193 / $212 230023-D

Private and Semi Private Lessons Private, semi-private and small group private lessons are available for all ages. For information or to schedule a private tennis lesson please contact Chris Cabanban, at 847–285–5411. IF TENNIS CLASSES DO NOT REACH MINIMUM NUMBER OF REQUIRED PARTICIPANTS, THOSE SECTIONS WILL BE CANCELLED ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE START OF THE CLASS. PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE.

Monday-Friday

$120/$132 (*$96/$106 week of 7/2-7/6)

Morning

9:30A-12:30P week

5-8 years

Afternoon 1:00P-4:00P

9-12 years 5-8 years

9-12 years

6/18-6/22 230116-A

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6/25-6/29 230116-B

230116-K

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7/2-7/6*

230116-C* 230116-L* 230116-C1* 230116-L1*

7/9-7/13

230116-D

230116-M

230116-D1* 230116-M1

7/16-7/20 230116-E

230116-N

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7/23-7/27 230116-F

230116-O

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7/30-8/3

230116-G

230116-P

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8/6-8/10

230116-H

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8/13-8/17 230116-I

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OUTDOOR TENNIS

Chris Cabanban, 847-285-5411, ccabanban@heparks.org

Junior Tennis Youth Come outdoors and experience the exciting world of tennis this summer! We will 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. No Class 6/17, 7/4.

High Point Park

Willow

5-7 years

5-7 years

M,W

TU,TH 9:00A-10:00A 6/12-7/12 $140 / $154 237002-D

9:00A-10:00A 7/16-8/15 $140 / $154 237002-A

8-10 years

TU,TH 4:30P-5:30P

M,W

TU,TH 9:00A-10:00A 7/17-8/16 $140 / $154 237002-G

10:00A-11:00A 7/16-8/15 $140 / $154 237002-B

11-13 years

TU,TH 4:30P-5:30P

M,W

8-10 years

11:00A-12:00P 7/16-8/15 $140 / $154 237002-C

6/12-7/12 $140 / $154 237002-D1 7/17-8/16 $140 / $154 237002-G1

Cannon Crossings

TU,TH 10:00A-11:00A 6/12-7/12 $140 / $154 237002-E

5-7 years

TU,TH 5:30P-6:30P

M,W

9:00A-10:00A 6/11-7/11 $126 / $137 237002-J

TU,TH 10:00A-11:00A 7/17-8/16 $140 / $154 237002-H

M,W

4:30P-5:30P

TU,TH 5:30P-6:30P

6/11-7/11 $126 / $137 237002-J1

8-10 years

6/12-7/12 $140 / $154 237002-E1 7/17-8/16 $140 / $154 237002-H1

11-13 years

M,W

10:00A-11:00A 6/11-7/11 $126 / $137 237002-K

TU,TH 11:00A-12:00P 6/12-7/12 $140 / $154 237002-F

M,W

5:30P-6:30P

TU,TH 6:30P-7:30P

6/11-7/11 $126 / $137 237002-K1

11-13 years

6/12-7/12 $140 / $154 237002-F1

TU,TH 11:00A-12:00P 7/17-8/16 $140 / $154 237002-I

M,W

11:00A-12:00P 6/11-7/11 $126 / $137 237002-L

M,W

6:30P-7:30P

TU,TH 6:30P-7:30P

7/17-8/16 $140 / $154 237002-I1

6/11-7/11 $126 / $137 237002-L1

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YOUTH ATHLETICS

BOYS LACROSSE

GIRLS LACROSSE

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

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

Introductory Lacrosse Camp FREE! 2 –8 Grade Boys — Canterbury Fields nd

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Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the country and its time for Hoffman Estates athletes to try it out! New Wave Lacrosse is inviting all local athletes to learn the sport for FREE with this camp! This is a fun camp that will introduce athletes to the basic skills needed for competition. All beginners are welcome! All required equipment will be provided by New Wave Lacrosse. Interested participants must pre-register through the Hoffman Estates Park District. W 10:00A–11:30A

7/11

FREE

237115-A

New Wave Lacrosse Summer Camp 2nd–8th Grade Boys — Canterbury Fields New Wave Lacrosse is coming to Hoffman Estates this summer to offer an exciting camp to local athletes! Lacrosse is booming in the Midwest and it's your turn to play! This is a fun, fast-paced, physical sport that utilizes skills used in a variety of other sports. Athletes will learn the sport from 'square one' and will quickly become comfortable playing in fun, game-type competitions and will receive lots of one-on-one instruction from their coaches. This Fast-paced program is exciting for everyone! Camp t-shirt included. Skills Learned: Cradling, Passing/Catching, Stick Protection, Split/Roll/Stutter Dodge, Shooting on the Run, 2v1s, 3v2s, Offensive & Defensive Positioning, Improved Field IQ, AND MUCH MORE… Full Equipment is required for this camp. New Wave Lacrosse has rental gear available for $35 for this camp. Please reserve rental equipment by contacting New Wave Director Kyle Sullivan (Kyle@newwavelax.com) TU, W, TH 9:00A–11:00A

7/24-7/26

$90

237115-B

New Wave Lacrosse is the premiere, high caliber and high quality organization in Illinois Lacrosse. Our program utilizes unmatched skill, passion, dedication and knowledge to help athletes learn "the fastest game on two feet". Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the Midwest and New Wave has embraced the task of helping Illinois excel at it.

www.newwavelax.com

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3rd–9th Grade Girls Be part of a youth lacrosse league exclusively for girls from Chicago, the north, northwest, west and south suburbs. Understand the rules of lacrosse, while practicing active teamwork, sportsmanship and fostering personal development in a respectful environment. All information during the lacrosse season is posted at www.iglax.org. 3 rd–4 th Grade Girls — Level 1 SU,TH

6:00P–7:30P 4/19-6/10 $170 / $180 227115-A

5 th–6 th Grade Girls — Level 2 SU,TU

6:00P–7:30PP 4/17-6/10 $170 / $180 227115-B

7 th–8 th Grade Girls — Level 3 SU,TH

6:00P–7:30P 4/19-6/10 $170 / $180 227115-C

7 th–8 th Grade Girls A — Level 4 SU,TU, TH 6:00P–7:30P 4/17-6/10 $250 / $260 227115-D

(fee includes team jersey) (Level 4 is for the experienced 7th–9th grade players. Eligibility to be determined by IL Girls Lacrosse Association)

Registration Registration is a two step process: 1 Register at HEPD 2

Go to www.iglax.org and click on the registration tab to SUBMIT uniform sizing and participant information. Each player must have goggles, a stick and a mouth guard for practices and games. Go to www.iglax.org for general equipment information and recommendations. Equipment packages are available for purchase under our tab: Get Ready To Play; Equipment link at www.iglax.org Please note: The participant must bring the park district paid receipt to the first day of the league as proof of payment.

Equipment T-shirt uniform included in the fee. Goggles, stick and mouth guard are required.

Practices Level 1-3 practice once a week (on a weekday) for 1.5 hours. Level 4 practices twice a week.

Schedule

Games

Dates are subject to change.

Sunday afternoons, beginning 4/29/12. No games or practice weekend of 5/27/12.

Week of 4/17— Practice Starts Week of 4/29 — Games Start 6 week program. The practice locations and schedules posted at www.iglax.org.

FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP TRACK & FIELD CAMP Supervisor Chris Evans, 847-285-5429, cevans@heparks.org

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

Skyhawks Flag Football Camp

Skyhawks Track & Field Camp

Skyhawks Flag Football is the perfect program for young athletes who want a complete introduction to “America’s Game” or for those who simply want to brush up on their skills in preparation for league play. Through our “skill of the day”excercises, campers will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching and de-flagging or defensive positioning – all presented in a fun and positive environment. Recommended for beginning to intermediate athletes ages 6 to 12. The week ends with the Skyhawks Sports Bowl, giving participants a chance to showcase their skills on the gridiron! All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 14:1. Bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen.

Developed to introduce young athletes to a sport rich in tradition and history. Using special equipment, our staff teach the standard track & field events: long distance, sprints, soft hurdles, relays, shot put, discus and standing long-jump. Our exercises and drills prepare athletes for a future in cross-country, track & field events and distance running while inspiring a love for running and being active. The fundamentals of body positioning, stride, proper stretching and cool-down techniques are covered in this unique program. Participants will put it all together for one fun-filled day at the end-of-the-week track meet! All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 14:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. M-F 9:00A-12:00P 7/23-7/27 $115 237109-E

(Sycamore Park — 6-12 years)

M-F

9:00A-12:00P

7/9-7/13

$119

(Eisenhower Park — 6-12 years)

237109-B

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

847–885–7500


CAMP

FULL DAY CAMPS — EXPLORERS Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

5 Day Monday-Friday Explorers Camp

(1st-5th grade)

Early Arrival

7:00A- 9:00A

Explorers Camp

Late Stay

(Entering 1st-5th grade in fall 2012)

3:30P - 6:00P

Lakeview

Willow

Triphahn

Willow

Triphahn

Willow

6/11-6/15

236100-A

236102-A

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2

6/18-6/22

236100-B

236102-B

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3

6/25-6/29

236100-C

236102-C

236103-B

236104-B

7/2-7/6

236100-D*

236102-D*

236103-B1* 236103-G1*

236104-B1* 236104-G1*

5

7/9-7/13

236100-E

236102-E

236103-C

236103-H

236104-C

236104-H

6

7/16-7/20

236100-F

236102-F

236103-C1

236103-H1

236104-C1

236104-H1

7

7/23-7/27

236100-G

236102-G

236103-D

236103-J

236104-D

236104-J

8

7/30-8/3

236100-H

236102-H

236103-D1 236103-J1

week 1

4

236103-G

236104-G (No Camp July 4)

236104-D1 236104-J1

Get ready for summer excitement with Explorers Camp! Our camp fun-filled summer is designed to offer kids a variety of activities, sports, crafts, games, nature activities and new adventures! Campers will swim Tuesday and Thursday at Seascape Family Aquatic Center. Campers should bring a sack lunch and beverage each day. Camp fee includes t-shirt, bag and field trips. Field trips are scheduled for Fridays. 9:00A-3:30P $124 / 136 per week * Week 4 $99 / $109

Explorers 3 Day Camp

3 Day Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday Explorers Camp

(1st-5th grade) week

Early Arrival

7:00A - 9:00A

(Entering 1st-5th grade in fall 2012) Late Stay

3:30P - 6:00P

Lakeview

Willow

Triphahn

Willow

Triphahn

236103-U

236104-L

236104-P

Willow

1

6/11-6/15

236101-A

236101-I

236103-Q

2

6/18-6/22

236101-B

236101-J

236103-Q1 236103-U1

236104-L1

236104-P1

3

6/25-6/29

236101-C

236101-K

236103-R

236104-M

236104-Q

4

7/2-7/6

236101-D*

236101-L*

236103-R1* 236103-V1*

236104-M1*

236104-Q1* (No Camp July 4)

5

7/9-7/13

236101-E

236101-M

236103-S

236103-W

236104-N

236104-R

6

7/16-7/20

236101-F

236101-N

236103-S1

236103-W1

236104-N1

236104-R1

7

7/23-7/27

236101-G

236101-O

236103-T

236103-X

236104-O

236104-S

8

7/30-8/3

236101-H

236101-P

236103-T1

236103-X1

236104-O1

236104-LS1

236103-V

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Early Arrival Camp

Late Stay Camp

Enjoy two hours of extra fun every day before camp. Early arrival is a great opportunity for working parents who want their children to be supervised before camp. Campers enrolled in Willow or TC Early Arrival will be bussed to their appropriate camp locations. • 3 day Early Arrival is only available for children enrolled in 3 day Explorers TU, W, F* at Willow • Willow Campers must arrive by 8:20 • Triphahn Campers must arrive by 8:40

For campers who just can’t get enough, late stay promises an extra two and a half hours of fun and friends every day. This is a great opportunity for working parents who want their children to be supervised after camp. Children will be bussed from their camp site to their late stay location. Snack provided daily. • 3 Day Late Stay camp is only available for children enrolled in 3 day Explorers TWF* 5 Day Camp - $38 / $42 per week

* Week 4 $30/$33

5 Day Camp - $29 / $32 per week

* Week 4 $23 / $26

3 Day Camp - $25/$27 per week

* Week 4 $16/$18

3 Day Camp - $19 / $21 per week

* Week 4 $13 / $14

Explorers 3 day camp gives you all the aspects of the week long Explorers camp jam packed into 3 days of excitement. Each day gives the campers a different experience. Campers will swim at Seascape Family Aquatic Center on Tuesdays, stay at camp on Wednesdays and attend full day field trips on Fridays. Campers should bring a sack lunch and beverage each day. Camp fee includes t-shirt, bag and field trips. Three day camp is only offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 9:00A-3:30P $82 / $90 per week * Week 4 $55 / $60

Registration Information Register online or at the Triphahn Center or Willow Rec Center. Full day camp participants must complete an emergency form at the time of registration. Registration closes the Thursday before each session at 5PM. No late registration will be accepted. Forms you may need to complete: Emergency Card (full day), Climbing Waiver (sport/teen), Walking Form, Parent Handbook, Medication Consent Form.

Payment Information Full payment is due at the time of registration. A $5 sibling discount is available for each full day camp session/week. Sibling discount does not apply to early arrival, late stay, bus service. Registration must be taken in person to get a sibling discount.

Refunds, Transfers & Cancellations No transfers can be made after the registration deadline. No refunds will be issued after the start of camp session unless accompanied by a medical note. We cannot prorate fees for days missed due to illness, vacation or behavior suspensions.

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CAMP

FULL DAY SPECIALTY CAMPS Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

Monday-Friday 9:00A-3:30P $135/$148 *$108/$118 Camp fee includes t-shirt, bag, events and trips. Campers must bring a sack lunch, beverage and water bottle to camp each day.

Discovery

JV Sports

Teen

Junior Sports

Triphahn Rm.107

Thomas Jefferson (T.J.)

Eisenhower

T.J.

Creative Arts

(K-1st grade)

(1st-5th grade) (6th-8th grade) (1st-2nd grade)

Triphahn Rm.100

(3rd-4th grade)

Varsity Sports

(5th-6th grade)

Vogelei

Eisenhower

Eisenhower

T.J.

1

6/11-6/15

236115-A

235109-A

236105-A

237110-A

237110-I

237111-A

237111-I

237113-A

237113-I

2

6/18-6/22

236115-B

235109-B

236105-B

237110-B

237110-J

237111-B

237111-J

237113-B

237113-J

3

6/25-6/29

236115-C

235109-C

236105-C

237110-C

237110-K

237111-C

237111-K

237113-C

237113-K

4

7/2-7/6

236115-D*

235109-D*

236105-D*

237110-D*

237110-L*

237111-D*

237111-L*

237113-D*

237113-L*

5

7/9-7/13

236115-E

235109-E

236105-E

237110-E

237110-M

237111-E

237111-M

237113-E

237113-M

6

7/16-7/20

236115-F

235109-F

236105-F

237110-F

237110-N

237111-F

237111-N

237113-F

237113-N

7

7/23-7/27

236115-G

235109-G

236105-G

237110-G

237110-O

237111-G

237111-O

237113-G

237113-O

8

7/30-8/3

236115-H

235109-H

236105-H

237110-H

237110-P

237111-H

237111-P

237113-H

237113-P

9

8/6-8/10

236115-I

10

8/13-8/17

236115-J

week

Discovery Camp (Entering K-1st grade in Fall 2012) This camp incorporates continued learning along with camp activities, art projects and new experiences. Campers will swim twice a week at Seascape and attend a field trip once a week.

Creative Arts Camp (Entering 1st-5th grade in Fall 2012) Do you like being on stage? Creating a pottery masterpiece? Then, creative arts camp is the place for you. While attending creative arts camp, campers will be able to experience theater, art, pottery, dance and crafts. Qualified instructors from a variety of performing arts fields will share their knowledge so campers get a well-rounded experience. Campers will swim at Seascape Aquatic Center on Monday and Wednesday, experience the arts on Tuesday and Thursday and attend field trips on Friday.

Nature Exploration

(Entering 1st-5th grade in Fall 2012) Come explore what the great outdoors has to offer! Learn about our natural environment, plant growth and other exciting adventures at our Vogelei Barn. Children will swim at Seascape on Tuesday and Thursday and will attend nature field trips.

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Science Discovery

Sports Camp

(Entering 1st-5th grade in Fall 2012) Discover the fun of science! Join us as little scientists experiment with different science methods! Bubbles, candle making, rockets and volcanoes are just some of the encounters we will be discovering! Mondays and Wednesdays will be for learning and exploring the basics of science and children will swim at Seascape on Tuesday and Thursday. Campers will attenda field trip or workshop once a week.

Teen Camp

(Entering 6th-8th grade in Fall 2012) Get ready to explore new adventures this summer! We’ve planned a variety of activities and trips that will help young adults develop leadership skills while enjoying new experiences. Activities include sports, arts and crafts and special projects. Swimming is scheduled for Mondays and Wednesdays. Community service projects in the area are scheduled once a week, along with weekly in-house field trips to expand their horizons. Field trips are scheduled once a week. Additional fees may apply for some trips.

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

(Junior Sports: 1st-2nd grade in Fall 2012) (JV Sports: 3rd-4th grade in Fall 2012) (Varsity Sports: 5th-6th grade in Fall 2012) Are you up for the challenge and excitement? This summer there will be something for everyone at Sports camp where you will learn individual and team sports including; archery, soccer, baseball, rock climbing and more. Each week qualified instructors will introduce an individual or team sport to campers through drills, game situations and special clinics. They will learn good sportsmanship and that the best athlete is the one that is giving 100% and can be a part of a team. Campers will swim at Seascape Family Aquatic Center on Mondays and Wednesdays. Once a week campers will also visit the driving range, indoor climbing wall or ice rink. Field trips are held every Friday. *Eisenhower Camp meets at TC on Fridays. * TJ Sports meets at WRC on Fridays

847–885–7500


CAMP

END OF SUMMER BONUS CAMPS Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

Science

Nature

All Stars

Splash Down

Adventure

(1st-5th grade) (1st-5th grade)

(1st-8th grade) (1 -8 grade)

MacArthur School

Willow

MacArthur

Vogelei

236112-C

236112-A

236112-L

236112-D

236112-B

236112-M

Vogelei

st

th

(1st-8th grade)

236112-E 236112-G (No Camp July 4) 236112-H 236112-F

Enjoy two hours of extra fun every day before camp. Campers enrolled in Willow or TC Early Arrival will be bussed to their appropriate camp locations.** Thomas Jefferson Early Arrival is solely available for children enrolled in Sports Camp at Thomas Jefferson. • Willow Campers must arrive by 8:20 • Triphahn Campers must arrive by 8:40 5 Day Camp - $29 / $32 per week

(Entering 1st-8th grade in Fall 2012) In this action-packed week of sports, campers participate in a wide variety of games and activities, from soccer to basketball to floor hockey and more! Campers also enjoy visits to Seascape Family Aquatic Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays and a few sports-related field trips.

Splash Down Camp

236112-I

Early Arrival Camp

All Stars Camp

Full Day Camps

M e e t ethloe r s Couns m

(Entering 1st-8th grade in Fall 2012) 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 and water parks on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Seascape on Tuesday and Thursday.

Adventure Camp

(Entering 1st-8th grade in Fall 2012) Come with us as we go on adventures at new and exciting places. Get ready for some outdoor adventures and indoor fun. Campers will swim at Seascape 2 times a week.

June 6, 6:30-7:30p Triphahn Center

Week 4 *$23 / $26

Early Arrival For campers who just can’t get enough, late stay promises an extra two and a half hours of fun and friends every day. This is a great opportunity for working parents who want their children to be supervised after camp. Children will be bussed from their camp site to their late stay location. Snack provided daily. 5 Day Camp - $38 / $42 per week

Week 4*$30/$33

Bus Service This year, we’re making it easier for north-siders to attend Camp. Our camp bus service picks campers up at Willow Recreation Center, each morning promptly at 8:20 a.m. After camp, the bus returns all campers to Willow at 4:00 p.m. $14/$15 per week

Late Stay

7:00A - 9:00A

Late Stay Camp

Bus

3:30P - 6:00P

week

Triphahn

Willow

Thomas Jefferson

Triphahn

Willow

Willow

1

6/11-6/15

236103-A

236103-F

236103-L

236104-A

236104-F

236111-A

2

6/18-6/22

236103-A1

236103-F1 236103-L1

236104-A1 236104-F1

236111-B

3

6/25-6/29

236103-B

236103-G

236104-B

236111-C

4

7/2-7/6

236103-B1* 236103-G1* 236103-M1*

236104-B1* 236104-G1*

236111-D* (No Camp July 4)

5

7/9-7/13

236103-C

236103-H

236104-C

236104-H

236111-E

6

7/16-7/20

236103-C1

236103-H1 236103-N1

236104-C1

236104-H1

236111-F

7

7/23-7/27

236103-D

236103-J

236103-P

236104-D

236104-J

236111-G

8

7/30-8/3

236103-D1

236103-J1

236103-P1

236104-D1 236104-J1

236111-H

9

8/6-8/10

236103-E

236103-K

236104-E

236104-K

236111-I

10

8/13-8/17

236103-E1

236103-K1

236104-E1

236104-K1

236111-J

236103-M 236103-N

236104-G

Week 4 *$11/$12

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CAMP

HALF DAY CAMPS — PRESCHOOL KIDS and HEALTHY KIDS Program Supervisor Alisa Kapusinski, 847-781-3631, akapusinski@heparks.org

Willow, 9:15A-11:15A M-F

M,W,F

TU, TH

Triphahn, 9:15A-11:15A

+ Add Extra 1½ Hours!

M-TH

Healthy Kids TU,TH 11:30-1:00

TU, TH

week 1,2

6/11-6/22

235104-Q

235104-I

$53/$58

235104-M

$35/$38

235104-A

235104-E

$35/$38

235104-U

$36/$40

3,4

6/25-7/6

235104-R* $78/$85

235104-J*

$44/$48

235104-N

$35/$38

235104-B* $61/67

235104-F

$35/$38

235104-V

$36/$40

5,6

7/9-7/20

235104-S

$86/$94

235104-K

$53/$58

235104-O

$35/$38

235104-C

$70/$77

235104-G

$35/$38

235104-W $36/$40

7,8

7/23-8/35

235104-T

$86/$94

235104-L

$53/$58

235104-P

$35/$38

235104-D

$70/$77

235104-H

$35/$38

235104-X

$86/$94

$70/$77

Preschool Kids Camp (3-4 years)

Healthy Kids Camp (3-5 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. Children should bring a healthy snack and drink every day. All campers must be toilet trained. Pull-ups and diapers are not permitted. Every camper receives a t-shirt.

It’s time to get healthy! We’re going to spend this summer learning the importance of living a healthy life! We will learn about the importance of eating healthy by focusing on a different fruit and vegetable each day. We will learn the importance of exercising by learning about our body and learning exercises to keep us healthy. We will also learn about ways to keep our world healthy too! A healthy lunch is provided each day. Please dress your child in gym shoes and comfortable clothes.

HALF DAY CAMPS — KINDER CAMP

Campers must bring a sack lunch. Kinder Camp

(K-1st grade) Triphahn

Willow

1

6/11-6/14

235105-A

235105-I

2

6/18-6/21

235105-B

235105-J

3

6/25-6/28

235105-C

235105-K

4

7/2-7/5

235105-D*

235105-L*

5

7/9-7/12

235105-E

235105-M

6

7/16-7/19

235105-F

235105-N

7

7/23-7/26

235105-G

235105-P

8

7/30-8/2

235105-H

235105-Q

week

CHILDREN ATTENDING HEALTHY KIDS CAMP IMMEDIATELY AFTER PRESCHOOL CAMP WILL BE WALKED TO HEALTHY KIDS CAMP BY THEIR CAMP COUNSELORS.

Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

The Kid’s Table

Kinder Camp

(7-10 years — Triphahn)

(Entering Kindergarten and 1 grade) st

Kinder Camp is bursting with excitement! This special camp is for children who will be entering Kindergarten and 1st grade in Fall 2012 who want the great camp experience, but may not be ready for the full-day camp yet. Children will make new friends as they explore weekly themes through craft projects, classroom activities and outdoor play. New this year ... every Monday we will journey to either High Point Park or Vogelei Park for a special field trip to one of our outdoor parks for outdoor fun! Every Thursday we will visit Seascape Aquatic Center for an afternoon of swimming and splashing in the zero-depth area of the pool. Every camper receives a t-shirt.

Cooking Camp with The Kid's Table is a unique summer camp experience!  Our classes are hands-on, educational and — of course — delicious.  Each day we chop, measure and mix our way through new recipes, while learning fun facts about the natural ingredients used.  Participants can even take the fun home with laminated recipe cards! Eating a Rainbow M-F 12:00P-3:00P 6/18-6/21 Cookin’ Around the USA

$200

236116-A

M-F 12:00P-3:00P

$200

236116-B

(No Camp July 4)

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$36/$40

HALF DAY CAMPS

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

Monday-Thursday 9:00A-1:00P $71/$78 (*$54/$59 week 4)

(No Camp July 4)

HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT www.heparks.org

847–885–7500

7/30-8/3


CAMP

HALF DAY CAMPS — SAFETY TOWN Program Supervisor Alisa Kapusinski, 847-781-3631, akapusinski@heparks.org

week

Safety Town

Safety Town & more

Weekly Safety Town

(M-TH 10:00A-11:00A)

(W 11:15A-1:00P)

(TU 9:00A-10:00A) 236113-E

1,2

6/11-6/22

236113-A

3,4

6/25-7/5

236113-B* $32/$34

236113-F

5,6

7/9-7/19

236113-C

$36/$40

6/13-8/1

7,8

7/23-8/2

236113-D

$36/$40

$36/$40 $62/$68

$36/$40

(No Camp July 4)

6/12-7/31

Safety Town (3-5 years — Vogelei) This safety education program introduces children to everything from pedestrian safety, car and bike safety to fire and home safety. In each class we will learn a new safety lesson. Children can bring their own bikes and helmets or ride our Big Wheels through simulated streets to learn street safety. Under guidance, youngsters practice safety-related solutions in a variety of hands-on situations. Each session will include a visit from a police officer. In addition, during each session one class will meet at the Fire Station for a fire safety talk and tour. The last class of each session will take place at Seascape Aquatic Center where children will learn water safety. Children and their parents can stay at Seascape after the lesson for a fun day in the sun! Participants should bring a water bottle each day.

Safety Town & more (3-5 years — Vogelei) In addition to our safety education program, children will have time to eat lunch, play at the park and splash in the splash pad. Children who wish to play in the splash pad must come in a swimsuit, bring a towel and have sunscreen applied prior to class.

CAMP LEADERSHIP

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

Camp Leadership (13-15 years) Too old for camp but want something fun to do this summer? Then Teen Leadership Camp is for you! Teens must be 13-15 years old, no previous camp experience necessary. Teen leaders will be working with the Preschool Kids Camp and Kinder Camp, planning and leading activities and craft projects. Having fun and gaining important work experience; what a better way to spend the summer! Teen leaders will receive a t-shirt. Limited availability; only 1 teen leader per session code.

week

Half Day (preschool), 9:15A-11:15A

Full Day (kinder), 9:00A-1:00P

TU,TH

M,TU,W,TH

M,TU,W,TH,F

M,TU,W,TH

M,TU,W,TH

Triphahn

Triphahn

Willow

Triphahn

Willow

1,2

6/11-6/22

235106-B

3,4

6/25-7/6

235106-B1 $18 / $20

235106-A1 $32 / $35

235106-D1 $41 / $45

235106-C1 $63 / $69

235106-E1 $63 / $69

5,6

7/9-7/20

235106-B2 $18 / $20

235106-A2 $36 / $40

235106-D2 $45 / $50

235106-C2 $72 / $79

235106-E2 $72 / $79

7,8

7/23-8/35

235106-B3 $18 / $20

235106-A3 $36 / $40

235106-D3 $45 / $50

235106-C3 $72 / $79

235106-E3 $72 / $79

$18 / $20

235106-A

$36 / $40

235106-D

$45 / $50

235106-C

$72 / $79

235106-E

$72 / $79

(No Camp July 4)

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

ATHLETICS 2-6 years

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

Jelly Bean Soccer

Jelly Bean T-Ball Prep

Soccer made simple, learning made fun classes use progressive teachings, soccer equipment and learning aids to teach the ageappropriate fundamentals of dribbling, passing and shooting. Soccer balls provided. Bring shin pads and a water bottle.

(2-3 years with parent— Vogelei)

F

3:45P-4:30P

6/8-6/29

$55 / $59

239036-M

This developmental program is designed to help children and parents learn baseball fundamentals. If you’re considering involving your child in little league, this program is an absolute must! Set your child up for success and enjoy the fun of T-ball together! Bring a water bottle and a mitt. No class 7/7.

F

3:45P-4:30P

7/13-8/3

$55 / $59

239036-N

SA 10:30A-11:30A 6/16-7/28

F

3:45P-4:30P

8/10-8/31

$55 / $59

239036-O

3½-5 years — Triphahn

2-3 years with parent — PSS&WC TU 5:30P-6:15P

6/5-6/26

$55 / $59

239036-A

TH 5:30P-6:15P

6/7-6/28

$55 / $59

239036-B

TU 5:30P-6:15P

7/10-7/31

$55 / $59

239036-C

TH 5:30P-6:15P

7/12-8/2

$55 / $59

239036-D

TU 5:30P-6:15P

8/7-8/28

$55 / $59

239036-E

TH 5:30P-6:15P

8/9-8/30

$55 / $59

239036-F

4-5 years — PSS&WC TU 6:15P-7:00P

6/5-6/26

$55 / $59

239036-G

TH 6:15P-7:00P

6/7-6/28

$55 / $59

239036-H

TU 6:15P-7:00P

7/10-7/31

$55 / $59

239036-I

TH 6:15P-7:00P

7/12-8/2

$55 / $59

239036-J

TU 6:15P-7:00P

8/7-8/28

$55 / $59

239036-K

TH 6:15P-7:00P

8/9-8/30

$55 / $59

239036-L

Jelly Bean Soccer Camp (2-6 years — Vogelei)

Outdoor camp features six weeks of exciting drills and games, integrating progressive soccer equipment and learning aids in a safe and engaging learning environment. Participants receive a FREE Jelly Bean Sports t-shirt! Soccer balls provided. Bring a water bottle and shin pads. No class 7/7. $99 / $109

239045-A

Children will have a blast learning the baseball fundamentals of fielding, throwing and hitting. Hand-eye coordination, communication and self-confidence will be developed through ageappropriate drills and games. Bring a mitt and a water bottle. All other equipment provided. 2-3 years with parent TU 5:30P-6:15P

6/5-6/26

$55 / $59

239037-A

TH 5:30P-6:15P

6/7-6/28

$55 / $59

239037-B

TU 5:30P-6:15P

7/10-7/31

$55 / $59

239037-C

TH 5:30P-6:15P

7/12-8/2

$55 / $59

239037-D

TU 5:30P-6:15P

8/7-8/28

$55 / $59

239037-E

TH 5:30P-6:15P

8/9-8/30

$55 / $59

239037-F

TU 6:15P-7:00P

6/5-6/26

$55 / $59

239037-G

TH 6:15P-7:00P

6/7-6/28

$55 / $59

239037-H

TU 6:15P-7:00P

7/10-7/31

$55 / $59

239037-I

TH 6:15P-7:00P

7/12-8/02

$55 / $59

239037-J

TU 6:15P-7:00P

8/7-8/28

$55 / $59

239037-K

TH 6:15P-7:00P

8/9-8/30

$55 / $59

239037-L

4-5 years

$99 / $109

239045-B

4-6 years SA 9:15A-10:15A 6/16-7/28

Jelly Bean Flag Football Prep

(4-6 years — Vogelei)

This developmental program is designed to help children and parents learn football fundamentals. If you’re considering involving your child in flag football, this program will make all the difference! Set your child up for success and enjoy the fun of football together! Bring a water bottle. No class 7/7. SA 10:30A-11:30A 6/16-7/28

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Jelly Bean T-Ball Class (PSS&WC)

2-3 years with parent SA 9:15A-10:15A 6/16-7/28

$99 / $109

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

ENRICHMENT

Program Supervisor Alisa Kapusinski, 847-781-3631, akapusinski@heparks.org, **Program Supervisor Sandy Manisco, 847-781-3631, smanisco@heparks.org

Summer Camp Sampler (3-5 years) Come try a "taste" of camp! This special mini week of camp is the perfect start to your child's summer of fun! Campers enjoy art, dramatic play, songs, outdoor play and active games. All campers must be toilet trained. Children should bring healthy snack and drink every day. Triphahn TU-TH 9:15A-11:15A 6/5-6/7

$27 / $30

235103-A

$27 / $30

235103-B

(3-5 years — Triphahn) 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. There will be extra time after breakfast to play in our preschool classroom and sing songs. F

Willow TU-TH 9:15A-11:15A 6/5-6/7

Tot Spot 2's Camp

(21-36 months — Triphahn) 2 year olds can go to camp too this year! In this parent-child camp, children enjoy the camp experience! Class includes crafts, stories, songs and indoor and outdoor play. Children can gain socialization skills with the comfort of a parent/caregiver beside them.

Kid Rock (Triphahn)

Tots Breakfast Club

9:00A-10:15A

6/15-8/3

$66 / $74

236019-A

On The Go! (3-5 years — Triphahn) Planes, trains, automobiles and so much more! In this class, children will learn all about the transportation vehicles out there! We'll read stories, do crafts and play with everything that moves us! M 11:00A-12:00P 6/11-7/30

$44 / $52

236028-A

ABCs & 123s Parent-Tot

M,W

9:30A-10:30A 6/11-6/20 $24 / $27

236366-A

(2 ½-4 years with parent — Triphahn)

M,W

9:30A-10:30A 6/25-7/2 $18 / $21

236366-B

M,W

9:30A-10:30A 7/9-7/18 $24 / $27

236366-C

M,W

9:30A-10:30A 7/23-8/1 $24 / $27

236366-D

In this parent-child class, 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 and get children used to a preschool setting.

Tots Summertime Nature Series (3-5 years — Vogelei)

Spend a summer afternoon at Vogelei Park! These children's nature series are a great opportunity for children to learn about different nature topics that surround us at the park! Children should bring their own lunch. We'll have a picnic lunch, make a craft, read a story and learn about the topic of the day. We'll even have some free time to play! A different topic will be taught each session. Caterpillar/Butterfly TH 11:30A-1:00P

6/14

$10 / $12

236367-A

6/21

$10 / $12

236367-B

6/28

$10 / $12

236367-C

7/12

$10 / $12

236367-D

Frogs and Lily Pads TH 11:30A-1:00P Bees and Flowers TH 11:30A-1:00P Down on the Farm TH 11:30A-1:00P

Passport Pals (3-5 years — Triphahn) Pack your suitcase because we are going on a summer journey! Each week we visit a new part of the world! We'll visit the desert, the rain forest, the arctic and the beach — just to name a few! Stories, crafts and classroom activities will all relate to the area we visit! No class July 4. W 11:00A-12:00P 6/13-8/1

$39 / $43

F

10:45A-11:45A 6/15-8/3

$44 / $52

236310-A

Tot Rock (11-20 months — Triphahn) Introductory music class with a large sensory component. We will use rhythm instruments like maracas and tambourines, play with props like a parachute and beanbags and explore sensory items like bubbles and feathers. In addition to improving your tot's newly acquired motor skills, each class provides structured and unstructured time to encourage socialization and stimulate your tot. No class July 5. TH 10:45A-11:25A 6/21-8/16

$71 / $78

236323-A

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Clap your hands and tap your toes; here at Kid Rock anything goes! Each week we will use our imaginations while singing songs, dancing to the beat, playing with rhythm instruments and props and practicing fine and large motor skills. Our unique curriculum incorporates various learning styles while combining play with music, enhancing listening skills and promoting socialization. Parents participate in Kid Rock 1; Kid Rock 2 is without parent participation to encourage independence. No class July 5. Kid Rock 1 (20-36 months) TH 10:00A-10:40A 6/21-8/16

$71 / $78

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$71 / $78

236023-B

Kid Rock 2 (2 ½-4 ½ years) TH 9:15A-9:55A

6/21-8/16

Kindermusik Village

(0-18 months — Triphahn) This session's theme is "Peek a Boo! I Love You!" More than just curious stories, Mother Goose games like "peek-a-boo" help your baby understand language. So in this special camp uncover more ways to say "I love you" using American Sign Language, soap bubbles, blue-star sponges and parent-baby dances. This is in addition to our exploration of sound, touch movement and play! Kit fee to be paid to instructor at first class. Kit includes: musical CD with all the music used during class, full color book, parent poster, a duck wash mitt and baby duck gertie ball created especially for Kindermusik. No class July 3. TU 11:30A-12:10P 6/12-8/7

$85 / $93

236347-A

Kindermusik Our Time

(18 months — 3 ½ years — Triphahn) This session's theme is "Zoo Train". Toddlers and trains make a natural match-always on the move. Tag along this summer with a traveling zoo train. Bring your own stuffed animals for the petting zoo. Wear long white socks on your hands for polar bear paws and learn about real animals in the zoo. Sing songs for clapping time and use music to help toddlers regulate emotions. Kit fee paid to instructor at first class. Home materials include: Zoo Train book, Home CD, animal shaker instrument and poster. No class July 3. TU 10:30A-11:10A 6/12-8/7

$85 / $93

236348-A

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"PRE" PRESCHOOL 2012-2013 Program Supervisor Alisa Kapusinski, 847-781-3631, akapusinski@heparks.org

2's Playschool (21–36 months) This is the perfect class for the toddler who is ready to go to the big school too! Children will learn socialization skills and early cognitive learning skills through songs, stories, crafts and free play. Gradual separation from a parent will help your child prepare for preschool. A parent/caregiver will attend school with the child from September thru December. After winter break, 15 minutes will be added to the class and the parent/caregiver will attend the first and last 15 minutes of each class. After spring break, the child will attend class without the parent/caregiver. Please note, when the parent/caregiver is not in the classroom, he/she must remain in the building as the teacher is not responsible for changing diapers. Children must be 21 months old in order to begin the class. Children may begin anytime during the school year while space is available. *Participants in the 2's Playschool class will receive priority registration for next year's 2013–2014 Preschool or Threeschool. Triphahn TU

9:15A–10:15A

8/28-5/21

$261 / $287*

156223-A

TH

9:15A–10:15A

8/30-5/23

$261 / $287*

156223-B

9:15A–10:15A

8/31-5/24

$261 / $287*

156223-C

Willow F

*Fee for entire year. Register in person or online.

Threeschool Designed for children who missed the September 1 preschool deadline. Class meets the entire school year. Taught by a preschool teacher and in a preschool classroom setting. Activities such as songs, stories, free play at learning centers, crafts, outside fun and gym time. Children may be in Pull-Ups. Teachers will not be responsible for changing Pull-Ups. 15 minutes will be added to the length of class beginning in January 2013 to prepare the children for a longer preschool day. * Fees can be prorated for children who begin during the school year. Children enrolling must be turning 3 years old within 3 months of start date. Triphahn M,W

12:30P–2:00P

8/27-5/22

$79 / $88*

156221-A

M,W

9:30A–11:00A

8/27-5/22

$79 / $88*

156221-B

TU,TH 9:30A–11:00A

8/28-5/23

$79 / $88*

156221-C

Willow

* 8 monthly payments with $100 initial payment + $35 registration fee due at registration.

Register in person at Triphahn or Willow.

n o i t a e r c Your Rceation Edu Mom, what’s in your child’s beverage?

A great way to trim unnecessary calories from your child’s diet is to decrease the amount of sweetened, high-calorie, and high-fat beverages. Learn more about the beverages you choose in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention publication, Rethink Your Drink, at www.cdc.gov. -- Amy Daum, Registered Dietitian, PSS&WC

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PRESCHOOL 2012-2013

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

preschool proud to be

accredited

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

Registration Guidelines

Three Year Old Preschool

Register in person at Triphahn or Willow.

Children must be specified age of Preschool by 9/1/2012

Preschool Payments

Triphahn — Min : 8 Max : 18

2 Payment Options 1 Pay in Full + $35 registration fee. (Registration fee is non-refundable) –or– 2 Monthly payment plan. $100 payment and $35 non refundable registration fee due at the time of registration. Complete the EFT form to automatically withdraw 8 monthly payments from your checking account or credit card. EFT withdrawal dates, 15th of the following months, August-March.

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

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

M,W,F 9:30A–11:30A 8/27-5/24 $119 / $132* 156211-A M,TU,TH 12:30P–2:30P 8/27-5/23 $119 / $132* 156211-B TU,TH 9:30A–11:30A 8/28-5/23 $75 / $84*

156211-C

Willow — Min : 8 Max : 18 M,W,F 9:15A–11:30A 8/27-5/24 $135 / $150* 156212-A TU,TH 9:15A–11:30A 8/28 -5/23 $86 / $96*

156212-B

TU, TH 12:15P–2:15P 8/28-5/23 $75 / $84*

156212-C

Four Year Old Preschool Children must be specified age of Preschool by 9/1/2012. Triphahn — Min : 8 Max : 20 M,W,F 9:15A–11:45A 8/27-5/24 $152 / $168* 156214-A M–TH 9:30A–11:45A 8/27-5/23 $184 / $204* 156214-B TU,TH 9:15A–11:45A 8/28-5/23 $97 / $108* 156214-C M,TU,TH 12:30P–2:45P 8/27-5/23 $135 / $150* 156214-E Willow — Min : 8 Max : 20 M,W,F 9:15A–11:45A 8/27-5/24 $152 / $168* 156215-A M,TU,TH 12:30P–2:45P 8/27-5/23 $135 / $150* 156215-B TU,TH 9:15A–11:45A 8/28-5/23 $97 / $108* 156215-C

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

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

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

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

3. Use developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate and effective teaching approaches. 4. Provide ongoing assessments of progress. 5. Promote the nutrition and health of children and staff. 6. Employ & support qualified teaching staff. 7. Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with families. 8. Establish and maintain relationships with and use resources of the community. 9. Provide a safe and healthy environment. 10. Implement strong program management policies that result in high-quality service. on your workout when a trainer is there

*= monthly payment

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NAEYC Accreditation is valid for 5 years. During that period, programs make annual reports documenting that they maintain compliance with program standards, and are subject to unannounced visits by NAEYC assessors. For more information, visit rightchoiceforkids.org.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

EARLY LEARNING CENTER

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

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

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

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

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

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

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HEALTH AND FITNESS

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

Rock Hoppers Jr.

OPEN CLIMB

In this class kids will be introduced to the exciting sport of indoor rock climbing. Kids will learn basic climbing techniques and how to use the wall safely. This class is created specifically for children and will utilize fun and energetic climbing games to allow your child to rise to new heights. No class 7/4.

PSS&WC FEES

(5-14 years — PSS&WC)

5-9 years W 6:30P-7:30P 6/6-7/11

$43 / $47 230524-A

W 6:30P-7:30P 7/18-8/22

$51 / $56 230524-B

PSS&WC Adult Members Non-members Additional Guest Fee Applies

FREE $5

HOURS Monday 6:00pm–8:00pm Saturday 10:00am–12:00pm Thursday (18+ years only) 6:00pm–8:00pm

10-14 years W 7:30P-8:30P 6/6-7/11

$43 / $47 230524-C

W 7:30P-8:30P 7/18-8/22

$51 / $56 230524-D

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

Your Recreation Education W hy Exercise?

Most adults need at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity at least 5 days per week to maintain health. The key is to find the right exercise for you. If it is fun, you are more likely to stay motivated. Recruit a friend to get even more enjoyment out of your activity. Use a sensible approach & start out slowly. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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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, several days and times are available for your convenience. Raise your levels of fitness, self esteem and fun!

Classes begin May 23! Don’t wait any longer, call and sign up today!

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HEALTH AND FITNESS

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES

Program Supervisor Deb Albig, 847-285-5442, dalbig@heparks.org / Program Supervisor Jenny Clark, 847-781-3643, jclark@heparks.org

Belly Dance (16+ years — PSS&WC) Enjoy this low-impact, cardiovascular fitness class focused on Belly dance, Bollywood and having a Blast! Designed to challenge all levels, many options and variations are presented. Tone your body in ways you never knew possible. Mgr. Genneris M

7:30P-8:45P

6/4-7/9

$59 / $64

230415-A

M

7:30P-8:45P

7/16-8/20 $59 / $64

230415-B

Fitness Kickboxing

Total Fitness Workout

Work to achieve the top-notch physical condition of a kick boxer or boxer without the fear of injury. This kick-boxing class combines the basics of punching, kicking and boxing movement into challenging aerobic routines for a complete muscular and cardiovascular workout. Mgr. Clark

Get fit, be healthy, lose weight and feel great. You can do it all in this dynamic cardiovascular workout that combines the energy of high-/ low-impact aerobics, the intensity of interval training and the fat-burning benefits of step aerobics. Variety and creativity make this class challenging and fun and the exercises and steps can be modified to accommodate all fitness levels. Classes also include a muscle madness session where participants increase muscle strength and endurance using a variety of resistance exercises. Stretching is done to improve flexibility. Tubing, rubber bands and steps are provided. Please bring weights (3-8lbs.) Pay at the door, $6.50 per class. Mgr. Albig

(16+ years — Triphahn)

(14+ years — Willow)

16+ years

Zumba (16+ years — Vogelei)

TH 7:00P-8:00P

If you like good music and just like to have fun burning calories, what are you waiting for? Learn Zumba, Salsa and Tango. Cha-cha for fun and meringue yourself to a new you! Moves can be modified for tender backs or knees. Bring lots of water and good support shoes. Zumba has been documented to burn anywhere from 600-1000 calories. Guaranteed to glow and have fun!

6/7-7/12

$102 / $114 233018-A

18+ years TH 7:00P-8:00P

7/26-8/30 $102 / $114 233018-B

Fitness Boot Camp

(16+ years — Triphahn)

6/4-7/9

$51 / $56

233021-A

TH 7:30P-8:30P

6/7-7/12

$51 / $56

233021-B

SA 9:00A-10:00A

6/9-7/14

$51 / $56

233021-C

Fitness boot camp is specifically designed to integrate tough workouts with the support and motivation of a team. This class is packed with core strengthening and cardio fat blast challenges designed to build endurance and burn calories. Each week is progressively more challenging. Mgr. Clark

M

7:00P-8:00P

7/23-8/27 $51 / $56

233021-D

M,F 5:15A-6:00A

6/4-7/13

$72 / $79

233026-A

TH 7:30P-8:30P

7/26-8/30 $51 / $56

233021-E

M,F 5:15A-6:00A

7/23-8/31 $72 / $79

233026-B

SA 9:00A-10:00A

7/28-9/1

233021-F

M,W 6:00P-7:00P

6/4-7/11

$72 / $79

233026-C

M,W 6:00P-7:00P

7/23-8/29 $72 / $79

233026-D

Vogelei — Mgr. Albig M

7:00P-8:00P

$51 / $56

Willow — Mgr. Albig TU 7:00P-8:00P

6/5-7/10

$51 / $56

234021-A

TU 7:00P-8:00P

7/24-8/28 $51 / $56

234021-B

TH 7:00P-8:00P

6/7-7/12

$51 / $56

234021-C

(18+ years — Triphahn)

TH 7:00P-8:00P

7/26-8/30 $51 / $56

234021-D

Are you ready to move beyond your normal routine? Learn the benefits of weight training. Our trainer will teach you how to effectively tone each body part using 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. Mgr. Clark

Triphahn — Mgr. Clark W

9:30A-10:30A

6/6-7/11

$51 / $56

233028-A

W

9:30A-10:30A

7/25-8/29 $51 / $56

233028-B

Salsa/Bolly Dance Fitness (14+ years — Triphahn)

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

7:45P-8:45P

6/6-7/11

$51 / $57

233053-A

W

7:45P-8:45P

7/25-8/29 $51 / $57

233053-B

Kickbox (14+ years — Willow) Burn fat and build muscle in this high-energy, cardio-kickboxing course. Jabs, punches and kicks are combined to give participants a full-body, cardiovascular workout. (This is not a martial arts program.) Mgr. Albig M,W 5:00P-6:00P

6/4-7/11

$72 / $79

234046-A

M,W 5:00P-6:00P

7/23-8/29 $72 / $79

234046-B

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Women of Steel

M,W 5:00P-6:00P

6/4-7/11

$72 / $79

233027-A

M,W 5:00P-6:00P

7/23-8/29 $72 / $79

233027-B

T.L.C. (14+ years — Willow) 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 per session. Mgr. Albig M,W 6:00P-7:00P

6/4-7/9

$72 / $79

234014-A

M,W 6:00P-7:00P

7/23-8/29 $72 / $79

234014-B

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TU,TH 5:30P-6:45P 6/5-7/12

$74 / $82

234015-A

SA 8:30A-9:45A 6/9-7/14

$38 / $42

234015-B

TU,TH 5:30P-6:45P 7/24-8/30 $74 / $82

234015-C

SA 8:30A-9:45A 7/28-9/1

234015-D

$38 / $42

Pilates (16+ years — Willow) Strengthen your core muscles and improve your flexibility, balance and posture through this safe and effective exercise program. Pilates’ non-impact mat work allows people of all ages, genders and fitness levels to tone and shape their bodies. You’ll love the way you look and feel. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat and a small towel. Mgr. Albig SA 7:30A-8:30A

6/9-7/14

$48 / $53

234047-A

SA 7:30A-8:30A

7/28-9/1

$48 / $53

234047-B

TU 8:15P-9:15P

6/5-7/10

$48 / $53

234047-C

TU 8:15P-9:15P

7/24-8/28 $48 / $53

234047-D

Pilates & Yoga Fusion (16+ years — Willow)

These classes are a fusion of Yoga poses and Pilates exercises. Classes focus on total body stretching and strengthening while building core strength and improving posture. All exercises are performed in a flowing and graceful manner with the coordination of breathing. Regular class participation can increase dynamic flexibility, muscular endurance and strength, balance, body awareness and coordination. Please bring a mat to class. Mgr. Albig TH 8:15P-9:15P

6/7-7/12

$48 / $53

234052-A

TH 8:15P-9:15P

7/26-8/30 $48 / $53

234052-B

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HEALTH AND FITNESS

PERSONAL TRAINING

Willow Supervisor Deb Albig, 847-285-5442, dalbig@heparks.org / Triphahn Supervisor Jenny Clark, 847-781-3643, jclark@heparks.org PSS&WC Supervisor Laura McGovern, 847-285-5430laura.mcgovern@heparks.org

Yoga (15+ years — Barrington P.D.) Learn to manage stress through the art of relaxation. Hatha Yoga teaches you how to relax using various postures and breathing exercises that increase the body’s strength, flexibility and tone. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring a towel or mat. This class will be held at the South Barrington Park District, off of Barrington Rd. at 3 Tennis Club Lane. To enroll in Level II you must previously completed a level I session. Instructor: Kathy Czach RYTE500 Mgr. Albig Level 1 TU 7:00P-8:30P F

7/17-8/28 $77 / $85

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10:00A-11:30A 7/20-8/31 $77 / $85

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7/16-8/27 $77 / $85

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Weight Loss Challenge (16+ years) This 12 week program provides: proper nutrition coaching, meal replacement options, encouragement to exercise, group support, metabolism and body composition test. Each week participants will weigh-in and consult with coaches. Topics include: protein, carbohydrates, water and digestion, vitamins, dining out, exercise, sugar, healthy oils and more. Each person receives personalized coaching. Prize money will be paid out by check after 12 weeks. Specific rules will be in place to keep everyone consistent. Previous contestants ended with an average weight loss of over 19 lbs. and over 10” per person! Winnings ranged from $450-$1000 in the last contest, depending on the number of participants. Triphahn TU 6:30P-7:30P

6/19-8/28 $50 / $55

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6/21-8/30 $50 / $55

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Willow TH 6:30P-7:30P

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

PSS&WC session private 1 $55 3 $162 5 $265 10 $500

semi-private $80 $380 $720

Triphahn or Willow session private semi-private 1 $50 $75 3 $149 5 $240 $350 10 $460 $670

PILATES TRAINING Program Supervisor Glenna Gineris, 847-285-5418, ggineris@heparks.org

Transform your body, while developing strength, flexibility and balance. Individualized Pilates equipment training with a certified Pilates Instructor. Each session incorporates a variety of movements designed to lengthen, strengthen and tone muscles, while developing core strength and balance. Participants work on the Reformer and Ladder Barrel. Basic mat work will also be incorporated into each workout. Appointments are available by contacting Glenna. Non member rates available.

PSS&WC session private 1 $65 3 $186 5 $295 10 $570

semi-private $80 $216 $340 $640

NUTRITION Program Supervisor Laura Miller, 847-285-5430 lmiller@heparks.org

Have your current diet analyzed and consult with a registered dietician for suggestions on how to meet your nutritional goals. Initial visit is one hour with optional ½ hour follow up visits available. Non resident rates available.

PSS&WC 1 hour consultation ½ hour follow-up 5 30 min. follow-up 1 hour consultation +

$75 $45 $200 ½ hour follow-up $115

Unlimited Group Fitness Classes

SCAN THIS CODE

for a complete schedule of Triphahn and Willow fitness classes.

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

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HEALTH AND FITNESS

PRAIRIE STONE SPORTS & WELLNESS CENTER General Manager of Operations, Katie Basile, 847-285-5424, kabasile@heparks.org Member Services Manager, Cathy Burnham, 847-285-5407, cburnham@heparks.org

FITNESS MEMBERSHIP Unlimited use of cardiovascular and strength training equipment, aquatics center, gymnasiums, indoor track and participation in all group fitness classes. Unlimited use of club locker rooms that include complimentary towels, amenities, private showers and lounge area.

HOURS Monday–Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

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

ONE DAY PASS With a Member — $10 Without a Member — $12

Free access to steam room.

LOCKERS

Free use of climbing wall during open climb hours.

Monthly Half Locker Rental— $15 Monthly Small Locker Rental— $6

Complimentary childcare within Kids Korner (limited to 2 hours per child per day). Complimentary access for children ages 13 years of age and under to the activity pool and gymnasiums (with parental supervision), as well as visits to the Kids Korner. Available for individuals, families, students, seniors and senior families. For current pricing, please call 847–285–5400.

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

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

ALL DISTRICT ACCESS PSS&WC members enjoy access to the fitness centers at Willow Recreation Center and Triphahn Center. Restrictions apply.

The Prairie Dogs Multisport Club provides a supportive community within Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center for runners, cyclists, swimmers, duathletes and triathletes. The club meets for weekly workouts and monthly meetings. Special events include swim stroke analysis, Pilates, yoga and strength training for triathletes, endurance Spinning and running clinics. Come train, race, share experiences and celebrate achievements with this enthusiastic group of all fitness levels. For more information on the upcoming events or on the Prairie Dogs Multisport Club please contact Kathy Wasicki, Fitness Supervisor at 847–285–5416, kwasicki@heparks.org. Read more on page 51.

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HEALTH AND FITNESS

TRIPHAHN FITNESS CENTER Facility Supervisor Jenny Clark, 847-781-3643, jclark@heparks.org

FITNESS MEMBERSHIP Monthy Membership as low as $17 per month. Members have unlimited use of the fitness room, indoor running track, locker rooms, whirlpool and sauna. Equipment orientation is available. Supervised memberships are available for ages 13–15. Student members must be 16 years.

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

ONE DAY PASS

HOURS Monday–Friday Saturday Sunday

5:15A–10:30P 5:15A–8:00P 6:00A–8:00P

SPECIAL HOURS May 28 July 4 September 3

7:00A–1:00P 7:00A–1:00P 7:00A–1:00P

SUMMER HOURS (starting 5/26) Saturdays Sundays

5:15A–8:00P 6:00A–8:00P

Non Member One Day Pass — $8

OTHER FEES Locker Rental — $72 per year Towel Service — 50¢ Towel Service Yearly — $36

EQUIPMENT Whirlpool and Sauna, Smith Machines, Dumbbells, Super Squat, Cross Cable System, Tetrix Climb Max, Bosu Ball, Weighted Balls and Bars, Resistance Bands, Lifecycles, Cybex / Paramount Strength, Training Equipment, Magnum, NuStep, Lifecycle Treadmills, Precor Treadmills, Recumbent Lifecycles, Stairmaster Stepmill, Precor EFX Cross Trainers, Cybex Arc Trainer

WILLOW FITNESS CENTER Facility Supervisor Deb Albig, 847-285-5442, dalbig@heparks.org

FITNESS MEMBERSHIP Monthy membership as low as $14 per month. Includes use of fitness room, locker rooms and members only basketball. Complimentary equipment orientation by a personal trainer. The minimum age for Willow membership is 16 years. 13–16 year olds may purchase a membership and use the facility only when accompanied by and adult member.

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

HOURS Monday–Friday Saturday Sunday

6:00A–10:00P 6:00A–5:00P 7:00A–2:00P

SPECIAL HOURS May 28 July 4 September 3

7:00A–1:00P 7:00A–1:00P 7:00A–1:00P

SUMMER HOURS (starting 5/26) Saturdays Sundays

6:00A–5:00P 7:00A–2:00P

EQUIPMENT Eliptical Machines, Dumbbells, Tetrix Climb Max, Lifecycle Machines, Arc Trainer, Treadmills, Recumbent Lifecycle Machines, NuStep, Life Fitness Cross Trainer, Life Fitness Weight Training Equipment

ONE DAY PASS Non Member One Day Pass — $6

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JUST FOR FUN

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

Babysitter’s Training

Skateboard Lessons (Willow)

(11-15 years — Triphahn) Provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training will help participants to develop leadership skills, learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe, help children behave and learn about basic child care and basic first aid. Please bring a snack and sack lunch to class. Mgr. Dodson SA 9:00A-4:30P

6/16

$71 / $78

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Home Alone (6-9 years — Triphahn) This course will teach children who are home alone the importance of behaving responsibly and how to handle themselves when confronted with a challenge. Topics covered include: safety in the home, use of keys, what to do in case of an emergency, strangers and house rules. Mgr. Dodson W 6:00P-7:30P

8/8

$36 / $40

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Glitzy Girlz Summertime Spa (6-12 years — Triphahn)

Come join Glitzy Girlz staff for a night of pampering on a nice summer evening. We will start with a fruit facial (avocado/banana) and soak our skin. Each girl will design a beautiful crystal charm anklet complete with flip flop and summer themed charms. We will do a pedicure section with scrub, lotion and spray and finish with a fresh nail polish application complete with nail art stickers or designs. Our manicures will consist of buffing, cuticles, lotion bar and fresh polish application and nail art. A foot/nail brush is provided to use and take home. We end our night with a relaxing drink and snack. A spa goodie bag is provided as a keepsake. Mgr. Dodson W 6:30P-8:00P

6/27

$36 / $40

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Magic Class (5-12 years — Triphahn) 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! Mgr. Dodson W 4:00P-4:55P

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$20 / $22

Balloon Making

Get in on the fun! This class is for beginners and intermediate skaters. Participants should bring something to drink, skateboard, & helmet. Knee, elbow and wrist guards are strongly encouraged. Beginners will learn how to start, stop, drop in, ollies, basic ramp riding, balance and tricks. Intermediate riders are taught skills & tricks based on their abilities. Mgr. Albig 5-7 years SU 11:00A-12:00P 6/3-7/8

$60 / $66

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SU 11:00A-12:00P 7/22-8/26 $60 / $66

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8-13 years SU 11:00A-12:30P 6/3-7/8

$90 / $99

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SU 11:00A-12:30P 7/22-8/26 $90 / $99

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Baton and Pom Children develop hand-eye coordination, rhythm and self-confidence as they master various twirling skills. This course teaches baton basics and routines. Participants in the first session will be marching in the 4th of July parade and those in the second session will be 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. Mgr. Dodson Baton (4-6 years — Willow)

(6-13 years — Triphahn) In class you’ll learn how to make those cool balloon animals that you see at parties! With just a little practice, children will learn the techniques needed to take a plain balloon and transform it into a fascinating balloon animal creation. This class isn’t just for the kids. Parents are more than welcome to join their children in the class (at no extra charge). Mgr. Dodson TH 6:00P-7:30P

8/9

$25 / $27

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Parents Night Out

(1 and walking-12 years — PSS&WC) Take a night off and enjoy some time to yourself while your kids have a blast at Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center. Kids will be split up into groups where they will participate in age appropriate activities including; games, crafts, active gym games, climbing wall (5+), pizza dinner and a movie. PSSWC Members receive a preferred rate of $29 for the first child and $16 for each additional child. Mgr. Jones First Child SA 4:30P-8:30P

6/16

$29 / $34

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SA 4:30P-8:30P

7/21

$29 / $34

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SA 4:30P-8:30P

8/18

$29 / $34

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Additional Children SA 4:30P-8:30P

6/16

$16 / $18

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TH 6:30P-7:00P

5/31-6/28 $22 / $24

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SA 4:30P-8:30P

7/21

$16 / $18

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TH 6:30P-7:00P

7/5-8/2

$22 / $24

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SA 4:30P-8:30P

8/18

$16 / $18

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TH 7:00P-7:30P

5/31-6/28 $22 / $24

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TH 7:00P-7:30P

7/5-8/2

$22 / $24

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Pet CPR & First Aid

TH 7:30P-8:00P

5/31-6/28 $22 / $24

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TH 7:30P-8:00P

7/5-8/2

$22 / $24

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TH 8:00P-8:30P

5/31-6/28 $22 / $24

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TH 8:00P-8:30P

7/5-8/2

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Baton (7-10 years — Willow)

Baton (10-18 years — Willow)

Poms (10-18 years — Willow) $22 / $24

Competitive Baton (7-18 years — Triphahn) SU 1:00P-3:00P

6/3-7/1

$57 / $63

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SU 1:00P-3:00P

7/8-7/29

$57 / $63

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(16+ years — Triphahn) Our Pet CPR and First Aid classes have been designed to assist you, the pet owner, in emergency and/or life-threatening situations. The valuable information in these classes will help you to recognize and assess injuries and emergency situations and will provide you with the ability to initiate treatment and react quickly until veterinary care is reached. Our pet CPR and First Aid classes are hands-on and interactive to ensure that you get the most out of your experience. All classes are taught by instructors who are Red Cross Certified in dog and cat CPR and First Aid. After taking this class you will receive a useful manual of the topics covered in class, a first aid kit and a certificate of completion. Mgr. Albig SA 11:30A-2:30P

847–885–7500

6/16

$65 / $72

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JUST FOR FUN

TRIPS All Ages

Program Supervisor Jody Dodson, jdodson@heparks.org

Cubs Trip

Wisconsin State Fair

Don’t worry about driving or finding a place to park, leave that up to us. Relax with the family while watching America’s favorite pastime. The Cubs will be taking on the Detroit Tigers under the lights of Wrigley Field. Buy a hot dog, your peanuts and sit back and enjoy the game! We will leave from the Triphahn Center at 3:00PM and return around 10:30PM.

Cross the border to the Wisconsin State Fair. See the farm animals up close, try samples from the many food booths and enjoy a large midway with carnival games and rides. And don’t forget to save room for one of their amazing creampuffs! Fee includes entry and transportation only. We will leave from the Triphahn Center at 7 AM and return at 9 PM.

Tuesday, June 12

$40/$44

Kid’s Events Too!

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Brookfield Zoo Trip Saturday, June 23

You’ll never run out of things to do at Brookfield Zoo, but you may have trouble figuring out what to do first. Join the park district as we take a trip to this amazing zoo. From visiting the bears, lions, monkeys and giraffes, you will have time to see all your favorites. Fee includes entry to zoo and transportation only. We will leave from the Triphahn Center at 9:00AM and return at 5:00PM. 0-12 years

$15 / $17

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13+ years

$20 / $22

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$15 / $18

Sports Festival

Fitness For America Half Marathon,10k, 5k Run/Walk & Free Kid’s Events

Be Well This Summer! Alexian Brothers Health System has teamed up with the Park Districts in Hoffman Estates and Schaumburg to present “Be Well” – a program that will help you move closer to your health and wellness goals. Starting in May, you’ll have a chance to receive a FREE health assessment conducted by a registered nurse from Alexian Brothers Health System at a designated park district facility of your choice. See our schedule below of May screening dates and locations. The FREE screenings will include: • Blood pressure

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Along the way, the park districts will offer you: • FREE seminars on topics that will help you to reach your health & wellness goals • MONTHLY blood pressure and body fat checks to monitor your progress • ACCESS to state-of-the-art fitness and recreation programs to keep you active Space is limited and appointments are required! To schedule an appointment for your initial FREE health assessment, please call 1-866-ALEXIAN or visit www.alexianbrothershealth.org. ALSO: Please be sure to visit the park district websites to browse the many options available to help you move toward your ‘Be Well’ goals this summer!

• Body fat

• Cholesterol (finger stick, no fasting required) • Osteoporosis (this screening is for women only) • Stroke Risk consultation

Hoffman Estates Park District: www.heparks.org Schaumburg Park District: www.parkfun.com

Hoffman Estates Park District – Screenings Schedule – May 2012 Mon May 7

5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center

Tues May 8

9:30 am – 12 noon

Willow Recreation Center)

Wed May 9

8:30 am – 11:00 am

Triphahn Center

Mon May 14

5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center

Tues May 15

9:30 am – 12 noon

Triphahn Center

Wed May 16

9:30 am – 12 noon

Willow Recreation Center

Schaumburg Park District – Screenings Schedule – May 2012 Mon May 7

9:30 am – 12 noon

Meineke Recreation Center Meineke Recreation Center

Tues May 8

5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Wed May 9

11:30 am – 2:00 pm

Schaumburg Tennis Plus

Mon May 14

9:30 am – 12 noon

Community Recreation Center

Tues May 15

5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Community Recreation Center

Wed May 16

5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Schaumburg Tennis Plus

Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center 5050 Sedge Bvld. Hoffman Estates, IL 60192

Community Recreation Center 505 N. Springinsguth Rd. Schaumburg, IL 60194

Triphahn Center 1685 West Higgins Rd. Hoffman Estates, IL 60169

Meineke Recreation Center 220 E. Weathersfield Way Schaumburg, IL 60193

Willow Recreation Center 3600 Lexington Drive Hoffman Estates, IL 60169

Schaumburg Tennis Plus 1416 N. Payne Road Schaumburg, IL 60173 A Healthy Community Begins with Alexian Brothers.

www.AlexianBrothersHealth.org © 2012 Alexian Brothers Health System

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STAR

STAR BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL (1 -6 st

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Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

2012-2013

REGISTRATION

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

STAR SCHOOLS DISTRICT 15 SCHOOLS Thomas Jefferson School — Whiteley Schools

Current STAR Families — 4/2/2012 Open Registration — 5/1/2012

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

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

No registrations will be accepted 8/13/2012–8/31/2012.

Registration re-opens 9/4/2012 with a start date of 9/10/2012 or later.

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

Any families interested in registering after 9/4/2012 must have program manager approval and pay first month’s fee up front.

Children will be bussed from school to Willow.

DISTRICT 54 SCHOOLS Lakeview — MacArthur — Fairview — Armstrong Muir — Lincoln Prairie STAR is held at your child’s school.

KINDER STAR (kindergarten) Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

2012-2013

KINDER STAR SCHOOLS

Willow Location Thomas Jefferson — Whiteley

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

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

REGISTRATION

KINDER STAR — 3/1/2012

DAY OFF OF SCHOOL CARE (kindergarten-6

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Program Supervisor Carolyn Ray, cray@heparks.org

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

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50+ Club Activities All activities in the Triphahn Senior Center unless specified. Program Supervisor Rica Cuff, 847-885-7500 x626

BICYCLE CLUB

New players always welcome!

Thursdays, Time TBD, FREE

BINGO AT CULVER'S

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

TRIPHAHN 50+ CENTER HOURS Monday–Friday

9:00A–4:00P

50+ FRIDAYS Join us every Friday! 50+ Fridays consist of lunch together and a variety of activities. For a complete event listing, check our website.

Health Screenings (Triphahn) The Hoffman Estates Park District partners with the Village of Hoffman Estates Department of Health and Human Services to provide health clinics to adults in the community. Blood pressure testing, pulse checks, health and medication consultations are available at no cost. Diabetes and hemoglobin testing are available for $3 per test. For best results, please fast for 4 hours prior to the diabetes test. The clinics are held in Room 110 on the following dates: May 21, June 18, July 16, August 20 from 11:00A till Noon.

Your Recreation Education Be Well Brown Bag Lunch

FREE mini-seminars presented by a Registered Nurse with Alexian Brothers Health System at 12:15 in the Senior Center. See page 43.

- Healthy Eating for Diabetes Friday June 15, 12:15P - Nutrition and Arthritis Friday, July 20, 12:15P - Super Foods for Super HeartFriday, August 17, 12:15P

4th Tuesdays, 8:30A–10:30A, FREE Culver's (1410 E. Algonquin Road, Schaumburg) RSVP to 50+ Senior Club

BOOK CLUB

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

BRIDGE

Wednesdays, 1:00P, FREE

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

HANDICRAFT CIRCLE

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

MAH JONGG

Mondays, 2:30P, FREE

MOVIE MATINEE

1st Wednesdays, 2:00P, FREE

PING PONG

Mondays, 10:00A, FREE

PINOCHLE

Tuesdays, 2:30P, FREE

POCKET BILLIARDS

Monday–Friday, 9:00A–4:00P, FREE

PUB QUIZ

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

VOLLEYBALL

Tuesdays, 12:00P–2:00P, Fridays, 10:00A–11:30A, Triphahn Gym, $1

WALKING CLUB

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

Wii BOWLING

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

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GROUP OUTINGS Outing itinerary is sent to registrants one week before outing. Program Supervisor Rica Cuff, 847-885-7500 x626, rcuff@heparks.org

Morton Arboretum – Wednesday, May 23 Enjoy the beauty of nature as an Arboretum guide narrates a walking and tram tour. Tour includes a 45-60 minute guided walking tour of Meadow Lake and a one-hour narrated tram tour on the Acorn Express. Plan to have lunch before boarding a park district bus to the Arboretum. There are benches for resting along the walking route. Registration deadline: May 16. 12:30P-5:30P

$23 / $25

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Cellular Field Tour – Tuesday, June 12 Although opened in 1991, just before the advent of the retro parks, the home of the Chicago White Sox retained many elements of its 80 year old predecessor, Comiskey Park. This tour includes the home dugout, the press box, the field and other features. We'll follow it up with lunch at a popular, moderately-priced area restaurant. Registration deadline: Tuesday, May 29. Lunch not included in fee.

Segway Chicago – Wednesday, July 25 This two-hour Segway tour takes guests around Chicago's famous park area. Beginning with Grant Park, your Segway tour guide will take you around Millennium Park, through the Daley Bicentennial Plaza and then out to the Lakefront bike path. Expect incredible views of the city. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Helmets are mandatory, your own or Segway's. Each Segway is outfitted with a compartment for water, purses, lunch, etc. Lunch as a group at Corner Bakery, next to Segway or lunch on your own at a place of your choice. We'll car pool to the Blue Line at Cumberland, get off at Jackson & Dearborn. Segway Co. is less than a 5 minute walk. Segway vehicle & guide only included in fee. Registration deadline: 7/6 10:00A-5:00P

$60 / $63

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Starved Rock Park – Monday, August 6

Experience Galena, from its rolling hills and beautiful scenery to its architecture, historic places and shopping. We'll start with an hour Trolley ride offering a lay of the land and 90% of Galena's historic district. Then, there will be a few hours of free time before wrapping up the day by boarding the bus to head for Chestnut Mountain Resort for a filling buffet meal. Park district transportation, the trolley ride and restaurant meal are included in the fee. Registration deadline: June 7.

Join us for a narrated cruise aboard the Belle of the Rock covered paddle-wheel boat as we enjoy a relaxing, informative, scenic midafternoon ride inside the Starved Rock State Park. After lunch you have a choice of a short guided hike and exploration of the French canyon or a visit to the visitor’s center. At 3PM we board the boat for a 45-minute cruise around the Audubon Society's Plum Island Sanctuary for a view of Starved Rock, Lover's Leap and the Lock and Dam. All expenses paid in fee. Lunch will be at Captain's Cove, choice of hamburger (tenderloin), chicken or fish sandwich, french fries or salad and beverage. Cash bar available. You'll be contacted for your sandwich of choice. Registration deadline: 7/28

6:30A-9:00P

9:00A-7:00P

9:00A-3:00P

$12 / $15

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A Day in Galena, IL – Thursday, June 28

$54 / $56

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Sunrise Lake Camp – Friday, July 13 Recapture the day camp experience of your youth! Remember campfire food, s'mores, boating, hiking, swimming, tie-dying, candle making and more. They're all at Sunrise but you get to choose your activity. Registration deadline: 6/22. Fee includes the day at camp and food. Transportation on your own. Sunrise is in Bartlett, on Route 59. 12:30P-4:30P

$30 / $32

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Zumba Gold (Triphahn)

Disc Golf (Black Bear Park)

The Zumba® Gold Fitness program is second to none. It was designed for the active older adult, the true beginner and/or people who are not used to exercising or people who may be limited physically. The main difference between Zumba Gold and Zumba Basic is Zumba Gold is done at a lower intensity, not as fast, but it certainly is as fun. The same great Latin styles of music and dance are used.

Enjoy the great outdoors while learning frisbee golf, or disc golf, steadily gaining in popularity across the country. Learn to play on our very own disc golf course at Black Bear Park.

TH 8:30A-9:20A

6/21-7/26 $44 / $46

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TH 6:00P-6:50P

6/21-7/26 $44 / $46

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TH 8:30A-9:20A

8/2-9/6

$44 / $46

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TH 6:00P-6:50P

8/2-9/6

$44 / $46

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Senior golfers are more eager to attest to their score cards after lessons from the Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club Pros. 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. Mgr. Bechtold

Gentle Yoga (Triphahn) Always wanted to try Yoga? 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. Bring yoga mat, block and strap. Wear comfortable clothing. M 4:30P-5:30P

9/10-12/10 $84 / $92

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W 4:30P-5:30P

9/12-12/12 $84 / $92

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SA 10:00A-11:00A 9/15-12/15 $84 / $92

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Basic Exercise & Movement (Triphahn)

Burn calories and increase your energy with low impact cardio exercises. Strengthen the entire body including your heart and all muscle groups using tubing, small balls, stretching and strengthening. Register for both classes each session and receive 10% off the second class. Please bring a mat for this class. No class 9/3. M 10:30A-11:15A 7/9-8/13

$22 / $24

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W 11:30A-12:15P 7/11-8/15 $22 / $24

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M 10:30A-11:15A 8/20-9/24 $19 / $21

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W 11:30A-12:15P 8/22-9/26 $22 / $24

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Tai Chi Lessons (Triphahn) Use T'ai Chi Ch'uan's slow, non-strenuous, fluid movements toward life-long health maintenance. This quiet, therapeutic exercise sharpens and calms the mind, loosens and strengthens the body offering greater freedom and range of motion while improving balance, coordination, breathing, circulation and posture. TU 5:30P-6:30P

6/12-7/17 $81 / $83

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TU 5:30P-6:30P

7/24-8/28 $81 / $83

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W 6:30P-8:30P

6/6-7/11

$23 / $25

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W 6:30P-8:30P

7/18-8/15 $23 / $25

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Group Golf Lessons

(50+ years — Bridges of Poplar Creek)

TU 5:30P-6:30P

5/22-6/12 $55 / $65

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TU 5:30P-6:30P

7/17-8/7

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$55 / $65

50+ Aqua Fusion

(50+ years – Seascape) A cardiovascular and muscle-conditioning program held in the pool at Seascape Family Aquatic Center. Large range of motion is stressed to increase flexibility and target special muscle groups. This class finishes with the centering of Ai Chi to leave you balanced and energized. The benefits of this class may include; relief of chronic conditions, improved quality of sleep, support and balanced muscles, reduction of blood pressure, and overall sense of well-being. W

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Your Recreation Education

Are you getting enough calcium? For a quick and easy tip to increase your daily calcium intake, remember to include an eight ounce glass of skim milk or low-fat soy milk at meals. V isit. www.eatright.org.

-- Amy Daum, Registered Dietitian, PSS&WC

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HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT MAP PARKS AND AMENITIES Armstrong Park 1320 Kingsdale

Princeton Park 5400 McDonough Road

Beacon Point Park corner of Essex Drive & Beacon Point

Princeton Pond Ivy Ridge Drive

Beacon Point Wetlands Park Chatham Drive

Rohrssen Park Rohrssen Road between McDonough Road & Fox Path Lane

Birch Park 1500 Essex Drive

Seminole Park 3914 Whispering Trail

Black Bear Park 1784 Essex

Sheffield Park 1000 Walnut

Bode-Salem Playground corner of Bode and Salem Road

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

Brittany Park 1245 West New Britton Drive

Sloan Park 760 Western Street

Cannon Crossings 1675 Nicholson Drive

South Ridge Park 1450 Freeman Road

Canterbury Fields Park 1950 Maureen Drive

South Twin Park 985 Hassell Road

Canterbury Park Place 6150 Russell Drive

Sundance Park 4485 Sundance Circle

Charlemagne Park 3799 Bordeaux

Sycamore Park 450 Hillcrest Boulevard

Chestnut Park 935 North Dovington Drive

Tall Oaks Park 5670 Angouleme Lane

Chino Park 630 Illinois Boulevard

Thornbark Park 4475 Thornbark Drive

Cipri Park Harbor Circle

Tropicana Park 680 Audubon Drive

Colony Nature Area 5097 Chambers

Triangle Park Between Shoe Factory and Essex

Colony Park 5097 Kingston Drive

Valley Park 850 Park Lane

Community Park 925 Grand Canyon Parkway

Victoria Park 1100 Kingsdale

Cottonwood Park 2029 East Parkview Circle

Vogelei Park 650 West Higgins Road

Douglas Park 3694 Whispering Trail Drive

Walnut Pond 23 Airdrie Court

Eisenhower Park 864 Rosedale Road

Westbury Park 1075 Westbury Drive

Essex Park Essex Drive

Whispering Lake 3957 Whispering Trail

Evergreen Park 600 Washington Boulevard

Willow Park 905 Norman Drive

Fairview Park 341 Arizona Boulevard Field Park 410 Durham Lane

Wilmington Park 1072 Wilmington Lane 70

Winding Trails Basin 11193 Mallard Lane

Golf Road Nature Area High Point Park 1704 Glenlake Road Highland Park 1755 Highland Boulevard Hoffman Park 290 Glendale Lane Hunters Ridge Basin 5694 Red Oak Drive

Baseball / Softball Field Basketball Court Cricket

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

Cross Country Ski Trail

Hunters Ridge Park 1305 East Hunters Ridge

Disc Golf

Huntington Park 4009 Huntington Boulevard Kingston Park 5094 Kingston Drive Lincoln Park 1993 Dogwood Drive Locust Park 345 Frederick Lane Lombardy Park 1535 Westbury Drive Maple Park 105 Illinois Boulevard Meadow Park 3830 Whispering Trail Drive North Greenway Park 1075 Westbury Drive

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Olmstead Park 4500 Olmstead Drive

Soccer Field

Pebble Park 1855 Westbury Drive

Splash Pad Tennis Court Volleyball Court

Poplar Park 1901 Hassell Road

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FACILITIES Triphahn Center & Ice Arena 1685 West Higgins Road, 847–885–7500

615 Lakeview Lane

(Explorers)

Park Services Maintenance 2352 Hassell Road

C MacArthur School

1800 Chippendale Road (Science , Splash Down)

Bridges of Poplar Creek County Club 1400 Poplar Creek Drive, 847–884–0219

C Thomas Jefferson School 3805 Winston Drive

Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center 5050 Sedge Boulevard, 847–285–5400

(Explorers, Sports)

C Eisenhower School

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

800 West Hassel Road

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MULTI EXERCISE AREAS

5050 Sedge Boulevard

847–285–5400

As a member you will find more than just a place to exercise. In addition to the multipurpose design of the facility, which boasts a variety of fitness options, our team of dedicated fitness professionals is committed to helping you achieve your health and wellness goals no matter what your pursuit may be. Our diverse selection of state-of-the art fitness equipment and innovative group fitness classes, as well as an indoor walking track, multiple gymnasiums, climbing wall, aquatics center and indoor tennis courts provide ample ways to quench your fitness craving. Daily Hours Monday–Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

Our multiple fitness floors provide a friendly environment that will help motivate you to move your body in ways that will produce results. Our cardiovascular and strength equipment – including Precor, LifeFitness, Cybex, StairMaster and FreeMotion— is located strategically throughout the club to be used to construct an engaging and productive workout. Our extensive variety ensures that you will not have to wait to use a piece of equipment.

CLIMBING WALL

Challenge your body and mind with a workout on our 40 foot indoor climbing wall. The wall features several routes and includes an auto belay. Supervised and guided open climb times are scheduled throughout the week at no additional fee to members (children under 13 and guests are subject to pay a nominal fee).

INDOOR GYM AND TRACK 5:00A–Midnight 5:00A–11:00P 6:00A–10:00P

www.prairiestonesports.com

Whether you choose to participate in our various sports programs or casual play, our multiple gymnasiums and indoor track offer other options to keep you active and moving toward a fit lifestyle. One basketball court is always open for members. Enjoy a view of our gymnasiums and fitness center while walking, jogging and running on our three lane indoor track.

FREE GROUP FITNESS CLASSES

Like PSS&WC on Facebook www.facebook.com/PSSWC Group Fitness Schedule Scan this code for a complete schedule. or visit www.prairiestone sports.com

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Develop core power in our group fitness studios that feature Pilates, yoga, aerobics and Spinning. Gain strength and improve endurance to help advance you to the next level of health. Our group fitness classes give you a total workout in a fun and energizing environment. We offer classes focusing on cardiovascular training, strength training, stretching and endurance. There is enough space for anyone, at any fitness level wanting to join. Visit www.prairiestonesports.com to view our group fitness schedule.

FREE 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. Complimentary 2 hour visit per day to Kids Korner is included in both individual and family memberships.

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INDOOR POOLS (LAP / ZERO DEPTH)

Our four lane indoor lap pool is an inviting option to members interested in perfecting their technique or simply enjoying a water workout. Our AquaFit water classes will help you gain the strength and endurance you need for a trimmed and toned shape. The aquatic center is also home to our activity pool that provides a family-fun atmosphere complete with zero-depth entry and playful fountains. Members may also enjoy a visit to our whirlpool as a soothing finale to any workout.

LOCKERS / TOWEL SERVICE

PSS&WC offers luxurious locker rooms that include complimentary hand and bath towels for your visits in addition to toiletries and amenities. Our private showers, steam room and comfortable lounge area also provide a peaceful environment for your pre or post workout experience. Follow up your workout with a visit to our comfortable steam rooms located in the club locker rooms.

CAFE

Located conveniently in the lobby, the café provides a comfortable space to enjoy a healthy beverage and nutritional snack prior to or following your workout. Choose from an assortment of energy bars, sports drinks and fresh menu items including sandwiches, panini and wraps.

ELEMENTS SPA

Enjoy custom massage therapy and spa services tailored to suit your needs. Try our 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. Discounted fees for PSS&WC members. Call 847–285–5400 or visit our website www.prairiestonesports.com for a full list of services or to schedule an appointment.

There are many challenges for athletes who enjoy competing in long distance races, such as marathons, duathalons, cycling races and triathlons. Maintaining proper nutrition and energy, managing illness and injuries during training, finding the right equipment and keeping a positive attitude are just a few of the challenges long distance race athletes face. At Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center (PSS&WC), there is a unique group designed to provide support and knowledge for such athletes to help them overcome these challenges. This group is comprised of runners, cyclists, swimmers, duathletes and triathletes of all levels and abilities who have an interest in training. You do not have to be a member of PSS&WC to be a member of the Prairie Dogs Multisport Club. "During my 6 years in the Prairie Dog Triathlon group I have gone from not exercising a day in my life to being able to complete a Marathon and sign up for an Ironman. The group has provided countless knowledge and support, resulting in me living a balanced lifestyle at a healthier weight than before. "- Kevin Larson

The group is very welcoming to new athletes as well as more experienced athletes. It is a very comfortable and supportive group no matter what your goals are. The group offers lectures and workshops throughout the year so athletes can improve on their skills. In addition, there are scheduled workouts along with impromptu workouts during both the on and off seasons. "Two years ago my exercise routine included only walking and some spinning. Joining Prairie Dogs has helped propel me to accomplish things I never thought possible. Within my first year I completed two sprint distance triathlons, a century (100 mi) bike ride, and a 1/2 marathon. The goal this year is to complete an Olympic distance triathlon and a marathon. There is just so much support from this group. They have become my mentors, my coaches, and my friends." -Deb Seger

There are nominal annual fees associated with the club to cover the costs of operations. For PSS&WC members, the fee is $60 and for nonPSS&WC members but Hoffman residents the fee is $65 and the fee is $70 for non PSS&WC members and non-Hoffman residents. For more information, contact Kathy Wasicki at 847-285-5416 or kwasicki@heparks.org.

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Golf Outings

1400 Poplar Creek Drive

847–884–0219

Formerly Poplar Creek Country Club and now Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club, the name change is derived from several sources. As part of a multi-million-dollar enhancement project that began in 2010, installation of eight, environmentally-friendly wood bridges lends even greater aesthetics to golfers' journeys. Adding "bridges" to the club name also stresses the importance of these bridges taking golfers over critical flood-plain areas allowing the course to remain open even after heavy rains. Not to be outdone, the new bridges adds a golf history lesson to golfers' rounds. Four bridges are adorned with plaques of famous amateur golfers: Bobby Jones, Chick Evans, Samuel Ryder and Babe Zaharias. Playing tribute to these legends' significant contributions to the game "bridges" the gap between the club's storied past, present and future. As a public facility, Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club feels strongly about the amateur heritage and future of the great game of golf. Generations to come will also enjoy recent enhancements, including 15 renovated golf holes, a vastly expanded golf learning center, a major clubhouse renovation and a new, majestic, outdoor event area with waterfall and pavilion. Daily Hours Monday–Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

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

Golf Course / Pro Shop

Open through November (weather permitting)

Monday–Sunday 6:00A–7:00P Pro Shop 847–781–3681 Bar and Grill 847–781–3664 Monday–Sunday 11:00A–9:00P

Let us host your golf event with our specially designed golf outing packages. Included in golf outing packages is 18 holes of play with cart, bag drop, GPS scoring with real time leaderboard. Weekdays: $59 Weekends: $65. Call the Pro Shop for available dates.

Meeting Packages

Add style and service to your next meeting. Our all inclusive meeting packages includes staff dedicated to the success of your meeting, as well as audio / visual equipment and innovative food and beverage offerings. With accommodations for 20 to 300 people, your group will enjoy the peaceful environment and quality facilities. All inclusive meetings include set up to your specifications with our conference tables and padded chairs, LCD projectors and projection screen, television, flipcharts and easels, free Wi-Fi throughout the club and all the essential meeting supplies.

Weddings

Once upon a time, tucked away from the high-traffic hustle and bustle, two lovebirds said their "I do’s" with breathtaking views. From our peaceful surroundings and beautiful outdoor wedding gazebo, to the attention to detail, every wedding we host is unique. Our dedicated event consultants will work closely with you to ensure that every aspect of your event is perfect, from room choice and menu selection to décor and special requests. Voted "Best of the Knot 2012 Pick", Bridges of Poplar Creek provides a spacious clubhouse paired with simple yet elegant décor and exceptional yet affordable cuisine. Please call 847–781–3658.

Banquets

We offer custom designed banquet packages for any event of 25 to 275 guests. We specialize in wedding showers, rehearsal dinners and receptions, baby showers, religious celebrations, awards banquets, golf outings, ethnic catering, corporate meetings and other events. Our outdoor event area is a perfect place to hold a special event.

www.bridgesofpoplarcreek.com

Like Bridges on Facebook www.facebook.com/bridgesofpoplarcreek

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Learning Center & Range

RESIDENT GOLF RATES

(with valid H.E.P.D. Golf ID)

Weekdays (Monday – Friday)

Our new 9,100 square-foot putting green and 500 square-foot bentgrass chipping area make for a state-of-the-art learning center totaling 6.3 acres. PGA instruction on a 50 station driving range hones golfers’ games. Another addition is the new "FlightScope launch monitor" for perfect club fitting.

Holes with Cart

Banquet Facility

Holes

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

Outdoor Event Pavillion

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

Bar & Grill

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

Pro Shop

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

Tee Times

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

GPS System

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

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

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

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$18 $18 $18 – $16 $16

Twilight

– – $32 $18 – – Twilight

– – $20 $15 – –

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

Holes 1:00–2:51PM 3:00PM–Close

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS May 5, Cinco de Mayo…Drink & Food Specials May 20, 9 & Stein …9 Hole event, craft beers, wines paired with food June 6, Live Music in Outdoor Event Area June 17, Father’s Day BBQ July 18, Pig Roast with Live Music (Every Wednesday in August is Smoke House Night)

August 7, Junior Golf Parents Night August 15, Live Music in Outdoor Event Area September 16, 9 & Stein …9 Hole event, craft beers, wines paired with food September 22 & 23, Club Championship! October 14, Pro-Am Scramble… October 28, Ghoulish Golf …9 Hole Costume Golf Outing November 3, Turkey Shoot November 17, Holiday Make-A-Wish Golf Outing …Help us raise money for needy families. December 15, Breakfast with Santa

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& 1685 West Higgins Road

847–885–7500

The Scott R. Triphahn Community Center & Ice Arena is open daily and home to the Park District’s administrative offices, two NHL size ice surfaces, the Chicago Wolves hockey team, a fitness center and indoor track, specialty fitness classes, dance studio, NAEYC accredited preschool, a senior center, gymnasium, gymnastics shelf, art studio and party or meeting rooms for rent. There’s always something going on at the Triphahn Center, where we offer programs and special events for all ages and ability levels in figure skating and ice hockey, as well as numerous athletic and recreational programs. Fitness Center Monday–Friday Saturday Sunday

at Triphahn Center The Ice Arena is a premier regional ice facility located in the Triphan Center. This state of the art arena offers two NHL sized sheets of ice, which are used for freestyle, figure and hockey skaters, as well as serving as a practice facility for the Chicago Wolves. Public Skate Hours Subject to change, visit heparks.org to verify schedule.

Mon. Wed. Fri. Friday Saturday Sunday

12:30–2:00P 6:00P–8:00P 5:00P–7:00P 3:15P–4:45P

Public Skate Rates 5:15A–10:30P 5:15A–8:00P 6:00A–8:00P

Special Holiday Hours (Fitness Center) May 28 7:00A–1:00P July 4 7:00A–1:00P September 3 7:00A–1:00P

Visit heparks.org for public skate calendar.

Child Adult Skate Rental

$5 $5 $5

Hockey Adult Daily Hours Monday-Friday 12:30P–3:00P Saturday 6:15A–7:50A Call about Sunday Nights. 847–885–7500 Hockey Adult Daily Rates Visit heparks.org for calendar.

$10 / per visit $80 / 10 visits

Like Triphahn Center Ice Arena on Facebook www.facebook.com/HEPDIceArena

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FACILITIES AMENITIES

Fitness Center

Preschool

Our fitness center features plenty of strength and cardiovascular equipment, including: Precor Treadmills, Recumbent Lifecycles, Stairmaster, Precor EFX Cross Trainers, weighted balls and bars and more. After a hard workout, take advantage of our whirlpool and sauna to ease the post-workout pain.

Our preschool is NAEYC accredited and the 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.

Child Care

Icebox Concessions

We provide child care services for children ranging from 3 years old to 6th grade. For more information on full day preschool/childcare contact Alisa Kapusinski at 847–781–3631. More information on before and after school care, contact Carolyn Ray at 847–885–7500 x635.

Enjoy healthy and tasty snacks, wraps, salads, smoothies and more. Lower level Triphahn Center by Ice Arena.

Figure Skating The Figure Skating Academy is the premier location for first time skaters interested in taking a group lesson and learning the fundamentals of figure skating and in moving beyond the fundamentals. We also provide several specialty classes, a summer skating academy and freestyle classes for the competitive skater.

Gymnasium & Indoor Track Our gymnasium and indoor track will help keep you active and moving. Whether you choose to participate in our various sport programs or prefer casual play, our gymnasium has what you are looking for. Enjoy a view of our gymnasium while walking, jogging or running on our indoor track.

Hockey Well-trained coaches, lots of ice time and a positive atmosphere focusing on mastering the five major skills has new and experienced players alike progressing and enjoying the game much faster than usual. Boys and girls of all ages and experience levels are invited to try this great instructional process.

Early Childhood Programs Our programs emphasize socialization and learning through cooperative play. Our Early Childhood Instructors work with the children on various independent skill levels to enhance their development in the following areas: gross/fine motor skills, free exploration, language, creative expression and listening skills. These skills are taught through music, finger plays, games, arts and crafts and free play.

Public Skate Come out and get some fun activity while you glide across the ice! Public Skate is fun and affordable and we have skates for rent too. Check our website, www.heparks.org for a list of Public Skate times.

50+ Senior Center The Active Adults Club provides a plethora of activities for those over 50 years of age. With everything from weekly clubs and monthly programs to group outings and trips, there is something for people of any activity level.

Group Fitness Classes Register for any of our group fitness classes to help motivate you to get the results you’re looking for. We offer classes focusing on cardiovascular training, strength training, endurance and more.

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Zero Depth Entry

The beach-like design is perfect for toddlers to wet their feet and for older kids to flaunt their swimming skills. Handicap accessibility means no one is left out of the fun. 1300 Moon Lake Boulevard

847–310–3626

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, sand play area and water playground for tots. Daily Hours June 2–August 19 *Wednesdays

11:30A–7:30P* 11:30A–6:00P

Special Hours May 28 (Memorial Day) 11:30A–6:00P May 29–June 1 4:00P–7:30P July 4 11:30A–6:00P Lap Swim Hours 18+ years

Mon–Thu, Sat. 9:00A–11:00A *Available during swim lesson days/times only. Daily Rates youth (4–17 years) adult senior (62+)

$6 / $7 $8 / $9 $6 / $7

Season Pass Rates adult family of 2 family of 3 family of 4 family of 5 senior senior family of 2

$72 / $79 $118 / $129 $161 / $179 $210 / $228 $256 / $281 $66 / $72 $107 / $117

Lap Swim Rates

25-Yard Lap Pool

Our lap pool has lanes available for athletes in training or those just looking to shape up. Lap swim is available 9:00A-11:00A during swim lesson days/times only.

Water Slides

Speed through the tube slide, zip down the body slide or take the plunge from one of two drop slides.

Diving Area

Whether you're perfecting your swan dive or just braving the straight jump, we have the perfect platform for your acrobatic feats.

Sand Play Area

Build a towering castle, bury yourself, or just squish the sand through your toes. Any way you play, the sand area brings the best of the beach to you.

Water Playground

Tots not ready to swim can splash and play the day away at the water playground, offering exploratory play equipment in the zero depth.

Swim Lessons

Seascape offers swimming lessons for all ages and ability levels in the mornings, evenings and on Saturdays. Private and semi private lessons are also available.

Cabanas

Perfect for a family day at the pool, our private cabana area provides shade and comfort for your group. Full day / half day rentals available.

18+ years

daily membership

$3 $40

SeaFare

Healthy sandwiches, salads and wraps at SeaFare Concessions. Plus snacks, soda and candy too.

Much, Much More

Seascape offers many more opportunities for fun, including two regulation-size sand volleyball courts, sun and lounge areas. Locker rooms and family changing areas are available.

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FACILITIES RENTALS

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

All rentals and groups must be prearranged. Contact Katie Jones today at 847–285–5408 or kjones@heparks.org to reserve your date.

Birthday Party

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

Group Rate

May 5, Touch a Truck 9:00-Noon FREE family event touch truck big and small.

May 19, Community Garage Sale, 8:00A–1:00P Shoppers will enjoy over 50 sales all in one location. No charge for admission. See page 4 for more details.

May 28, Opening Day Don’t miss the first day of the season! Open Memorial Day from 11:30A-6:00P

June 8, Family Fun Friday Night Special family discounts will be available from 4:00P–7:30P. Family oriented games and activities will be held all night.

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

June 16, Flick and Float "Dolphin Tale"

Full Facility Rental

June 17, Father’s Day Pool Party

Rent the entire facility for your next group outing. Seascape will provide the lifeguards. Catering packages are available at an additional cost. Rental times available: Daily 8:00P–10:00P, Fridays 9:00A–11:00A. $575 / $625 plus $6 per person for any guest over 100 people.

Cabana Rental

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

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WHEN YOU REGISTER FOR ALL 4 MORNING SESSIONS OF OUTDOOR SWIM LESSONS

Participants must sign up for all sessions by June 7 to be eligible.

T-shirts available for pick up beginning May 28 at Seascape. The Swim Lesson Coordinator can assist with any swim level transfers needed at the end of each session.

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Come enjoy a movie under the stars while floating comfortably in the zero depth area of the pool or lounging on the pool deck. $5 / $6, Rain Date: June 23

Celebrate Father’s Day by splashing in the sun with your family. Fathers will receive free admission with a paying child!

July 2–6, Military Appreciation Week Seascape would like to extend our appreciation to the military all week. All men and women who serve or have served in the military will enjoy free admission. Please bring proof of service.

July 13, Family Fun Friday Night Special family discounts will be available from 4:00P–7:30P. Family oriented games and activities will be held all night.

July 13 , Pass Holder Appreciation Day Pass holders will enjoy special VIP treatment on this day, including an hour of private swimming from 10:30A–11:30A. No outside groups or rentals will be at Seascape, so pass holders and guests will have the pool all to themselves.

July 27, Flick and Float, "Scooby Doo" Come enjoy a movie under the stars while floating comfortably in the zero depth area of the pool or lounging on the pool deck. $5 / $6, Rain Date July 28

August 10, Pass Holder Appreciation Day Pass holders will enjoy special VIP treatment on this day, including an hour of private swimming from 10:30A–11:30A.

August 15, Grandparent’s Day Spend quality time with your grandparents at Seascape! Grandparents will enjoy free admission with a paid admission for their grandchild.

August 18–19, Closing Weekend Soak up the last of the summer rays at Seascape before going back to school. You won’t want to miss this final weekend!

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FACILITIES

3600 Lexington Drive

847–285–5440

at Willow Recreation Center

Willow is open daily and features three regulation size racquetball courts, a gymnasium for volleyball, open basketball, a dance studio, fitness center and locker rooms. There’s always something going on at Willow, where we offer programs and special events for all ages and ability levels in numerous athletic, fitness and recreational programs. Willow also has a NAEYC accredited preschool, before and after school care programs. Organized birthday parties are available for children four years and older. Willow is also home to Bo’s Run off leash dog park and Willow Skate Park. Fitness Center Monday–Friday Saturday Sunday

6:00A–10:00P 6:00A–5:00P 7:00A–2:00P

Special Holiday Hours May 28 7:00A–1:00P July 4 7:00A–1:00P September 3 7:00A–1:00P

6:00A–9:00A

Skate Park Monday–Sunday Sunrise–Sunset

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Bo’s Run Off Leash Park Monday–Sunday 8:00A–Sunset Bo’s Run Off Leash Park Membership New Season Begins May 1, 2012. Purchase your membership at Willow or Triphahn Center. Provide certification of dog’s vaccinations for 2012/2013 — rabies, distemper, hepatitis, para influenza, parvo virus, leptosparosis, bordatella, fecal exam. Membership — All memberships valid until 4/30/13 (with vaccination documentation) Bo’s Run Off Leash Park Membership Fees Membership through 4/30/13

Racquetball Court All Courts $7 Special Rate Monday–Friday

Open daily, year round, this fully fenced 2 acre off-leash dog park at Willow Recreation Center offers dogs a dedicated open space to play while you sit and relax. Features include: Small Dog Park Area, Agility Equipment, Dog Water Service, Entrance Holding Areas, Waste Disposal Bags, Picnic Tables and Code Entry.

First Dog $45 / $65 Additional Dogs $15 / $20 $3.50 FREE

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FACILITIES AMENITIES

Fitness Center

Our fitness center features plenty of strength and cardiovascular equipment, including: Tetrix Climb Max, Treadmills, Recumbent Lifecycle Machines, Arc Trainer, NuStep, Life Fitness Cross Trainer, Life Fitness Weight Training Equipment.

Gymnasium

Our gymnasium will help keep you active and moving. Whether you choose to participate in our various sport programs or prefer casual play, our gymnasium has what you are looking for.

Racquetball

Three regulation size racquetball courts are available for member and non member usage. Leagues are offered for different levels of play and permanent court times are available to members. Get a great cardiovascular workout while enjoying an intense racquetball match with a friend, spouse or coworker or put a couple of teams together and play wallyball.

Preschool

Our preschool is NAEYC accredited and the 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.

Group Fitness Classes

Register for any of our group fitness classes to help motivate you to get the results you’re looking for. We offer classes focusing on cardiovascular training, strength training, endurance and more.

Tennis Courts

Enjoy a vigorous game of tennis at one of our outdoor tennis courts. First come, first served at the following parks: Cannon Crossings, Charlemagne, Evergreen, High Point, Olmstead, South Ridge, Victoria, Willow.

Meet Personal Trainer, Joe Pignone

Joe Pignone is one of many Personal Trainers at Prairie Stone Sports and Wellness Center who inspires members to maintain and increase their physical fitness. Joe has a progressive education beginning at Moraine Valley Community College, National Academy of Sports Medicine, Nutrition Specialist program and most recently with Disney Institute and has been enjoying a career in fitness for over 25 years. Joe is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer with advanced knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, kinesiology and nutrition. “I believe that inspiration and motivation are the keys to maintaining a healthy fitness routine,” he said. “We are given hundreds of opportunities every day to make choices that will impact our lives – make good choices and enjoy good outcomes.” Joe particularly enjoys working with clients whose goal is weight management. He also enjoys working with young clients in an effort to enhance youth fitness. “I enjoy sharing my passion for health and fitness,” said Joe. “I try to encourage and inspire individuals of all ages and fitness levels.”

Skate Park

Why Personal Training?

Extreme sports are where it’s at and Willow Skate Park is the best place in Hoffman Estates for inline skating and skateboarding. The 11,000 sq. ft. park features platforms and ramps. This is an unsupervised park; helmets are mandatory.

Personal Training is a great way to accelerate your fitness goals whether you’ve been on your fitness journey for a long time or just getting started. You can benefit in many ways from working with a Personal Trainer, including developing a customized plan for you, increasing your fitness knowledge, holding you accountable to your commitment and helping with specific health and injury issues you may have.

Library

Personal Training sessions can be scheduled at your convenience at Prairie Stone Sports and Wellness Center, Willow Recreation Center and the Triphahn Fitness Center. Recruit a friend or two and schedule group Personal Training sessions for extra motivation, an added social element and money savings too. Learn more about Personal Training at heparks.org.

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

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FACILITIES AMENITIES

Barn & Banquet Room

650 West Higgins Road

847–285–5440

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. Park Hours Monday–Sunday

Sunrise to Sunset

Teen Center Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 6:30P–9:30P Barn Hours Rentals available contact Debbie Albig for more information, 847-285-5440.

Available for any special event, this private, casual space features hardwood floors and accommodates groups of up to 130 people. Its setting, on the beautifully renovated park, makes it an ideal place for your next gathering.

Outdoor Shelter & Stage

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

Gardens

Woodland, rock, rose, water, perennial, grass, Illinois prairie, native wetland and giving gardens grace the setting of Vogelei Park, making it a unique and beautiful area. There is also a garden for community education and a children’s garden.

Splash Pad & Playground

On a hot summer day, families can enjoy the splash pad. Children can play at the barnyard playground and then cool off by splashing through the fountains of the splash pad.

Safety Town

Children can ride our Big Wheels through simulated streets to learn the value of street safety. Programs are offered throughout the summer.

Teen Center

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

Birds of Prey on Dsiplay

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

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CONTACT US Programs and Recreation 847–885–7500

General Administration 847–885–7500

Prairie Stone™ Sports & Wellness Center 847–285–5400

Nicole Chesak

Dean Bostrom

Katie Basile

Superintendent of Recreation

Executive Director

General Manager of Operations

847–781–3635, nchesak@heparks.org

847–781–3633, dbostrom@heparks.org

847–285–5424, kabasile@heparks.org

Alisa Kapusinski

Jane Kaczmarek

Cathy Burnham

Program Manager — early childhood, preschool

Executive Assistant

Member Services Managers

847–781–3631, akapusinski @heparks.org

847–781–3633, jkaczmarek@heparks.org

847–285–5407, cburnham@heparks.org

Carolyn Ray

Tony LaFrenere

Christine Tusa

Program Manager — day camp, STAR

Deputy Director / Director of Recreation

Operations Supervisor

847–885–7500 x635, cray@heparks.org

847–781–3634, tlafrenere@heparks.org

847–285–5439, ctusa@heparks.org

Chris Evans

Mike Kies

Glenna Gineris

Athletic Manager — soccer, youth basketball

Director of Facilities

Group Exercise Manager

847–285–5429, cevans@heparks.org

847–285–5422, mkies@heparks.org

847–285–5418, ggineris @heparks.org

Dru Steinhoff

Gary Buczkowski

Chad Lindstrom

Athletic Mgr. — adult leagues, youth baseball, volleyball

Director of Planning and Development

Rental Coordinator

847–781–3630, dsteinhoff@heparks.org

847–310–3606, gbuczkowski@heparks.org

847–285–5401, clindstrom @heparks.org

Jody Dodson

Craig Talsma

Program Manager — dance, gymnastics, art

Director of Administration and Finance

847–285–5432, jdodson@heparks.org

847–310–3607, ctalsma@heparks.org

Rica Cuff

Barbara Molitor

50+ Coordinator

Human Resources Manager

Triphahn Center 847–885–7500

847–885–7500 x626, rcuff@heparks.org

847–781–3636, bmolitor@heparks.org

Jenny Clark

Lynne Cotshott

847–781–3643, jclark@heparks.org

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

847–285–5408, kjones@heparks.org

Superintendent of Business

847–310–3605, lcotshott@heparks.org

Ice Arena at Triphahn Center 847–885–7500 Jeff Doschadis

Bridges of Poplar Creek County Club 847–884–0219 Brian Bechtold General Manager / Head Golf Professional

847–781–3679, bbechtold@heparks.org Jennifer Fuller Sales and Catering Supervisor

847–781–3658, jfuller@heparks.org Peter Kovac Food and Beverage Manager

847–781–3659, pkovac@heparks.org Cesar Betancourt Kitchen Production Supervisor

847–884–0219, cbetancourt@heparks.org

John Giacalone Director

847–285–5465, jgiacalone@heparks.org

Willow Recreation Center 847–285–5440 Debbie Albig Facility Manager — Bo’s Run, Skate Park, Vogelei Barn

847–285–5442, dalbig@heparks.org

General Manager

847–781–3632, jdoschadis@heparks.org Jennifer Dooley Figure Skating Manager

847–781–3642, jdooley@heparks.org Randy Jordan Assistant General Manager, Hockey Manager

847–285–5501, rjordan @heparks.org

Communications and Marketing Sandy Manisco Superintendent

847–781–3672, smanisco@heparks.org Judy Kudron Coordinator

Parks and Maintenance

Facility Manager, Triphahn Center

847–781–3674, jkudron@heparks.org Theresa Kiel Graphic Designer

847–310–3609, tkiel@heparks.org

WEATHER HOTLINE Youth Baseball and Softball 847–285–5508 Adult Athletics 847–285–5509 Youth Soccer 847–285–5510 Seascape Family Aquatic Center 847–310–3626 x6

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

Memorial

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 opportunities, regardless of social, physical or economic circumstances and limitations. Since its creation in 1998, 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. 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. For information on how you can help, contact Peg Kusmierski at 847–310–3617 or pkusmierski@heparks.org.

Save the Date! Foundation Events! July 26— Triphahn Celebri-tee Golf Outing September 21— Uncorked & Untapped

(wine and beer tasting event)

A memorial tree or bench is a unique way to honor and remember a loved one. It is also the perfect way to commemorate one of life’s milestones, from weddings and anniversaries to the birth of a child. Living Tree Memorial A one-time donation of $600 lets you place the tree of your choice in a park that is special to you. Memorial tree forms are available at www.heparks.org. For more information visit www.heparks.org or call John Giacalone at 847–285–5465. Park Bench Memorial A one-time donation of $1,500 buys a new contour style park bench mounted on a concrete pad with a bronze memorial plaque mounted onto it at the location of your choice. Or, a one-time donation of $300 buys a bronze memorial plaque to be mounted onto an existing park bench of your choice. For more information, visit www.heparks.org or call John Giacalone at 847–285–5465.

Start a New Program 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.

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

Adopt a Park As an adopting family or organization, you can choose to handle select park maintenance activities. Activities — weeding playgrounds and flower beds, raking playgrounds, painting park structures, trash and graffiti clean up, shoreline rock retrieval and visual policing. Volunteers call 847–285–5465.

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

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

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

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

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

Preschool and STAR Registration Due to the expanded number of classes and class sizes, registration will be offered on a first come, first served basis. Preschool and STAR programs will continue to be offered through a lottery registration system. Please register early. Class status is determined one week prior to the start of the program.

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

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

Triphahn Center 1685 West Higgins Road Willow Recreation Center 3600 Lexington Drive

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

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CALENDAR

May 2012 Dates subject to change, please call ahead and visit heparks.org for updates. Some events require advanced registration.

sunday

monday

tuesday

wednesday

thursday

1 Bo’s Run Off Leash Dog Park Family Climbing Class Season Starts, Willow p. 58 Starts, Prairie Stone,

2

friday 3

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Daddy/Daughter Jewelry, Triphahn, (spring)

STAR & KinderSTAR Open Registration p.44

50+ Club Friday, p.45

saturday 4

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

5

Touch-a-Truck, Seascape, p.2 Golf Lessons start, Bridges, (spring)

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10P — Willow, p.10 6

13

20

7 Gymnastics Classes Start, Triphahn & Willow (spring)

Home Alone Class, Triphahn, (spring)

14

8 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Tennis Lessons Start, (spring)

15

Yoga Classes Start, (spring)

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

21

22 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Health Screenings 50+, Triphahn, (spring)

Fall Youth Soccer League Registration begins

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9

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10P — Willow, p.10

16

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10P — Willow, p.10

Morton Arboretum, 50+ Club Trip, p.46

23

10 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

29 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

11

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

17 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

50+ Club Friday, p.45

24 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

25 4-Year-Old Tee Ball Registration Deadline, p.14

18

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Disc Golf Doubles Tournament, Black Bear Park, p.2

12

Parents Night Out, Prairie Stone, (spring)

19 Community Garage Sale Seacape, FREE, 8:00A-1:00P, p.2

26

50+ Club Friday, p.45

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

28 Opening Day — Seascape, p.56

50+ Club Friday, p.45

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

30 First Aid for Little People, Triphahn, (spring)

31 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Summer Hours at Triphahn & Willow begin, pp.54, 58 Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

June 2012 Dates subject to change, please call ahead and visit heparks.org for updates. Some events require advanced registration.

sunday

monday

tuesday

wednesday

thursday

friday 50+ Club Friday, p.45

saturday 1

2

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

3

Zumba Classes start p. 38

4

Young Rembrandts Class starts p.7

5

Tots Summer Camp Sampler starts p.33

6

Rock Climbing Classes start p.37

7 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

Family Fun Night @ Seascape p.57

8

50+ Club Friday, p.45

Babysitter’s Training class, Pet CPR Class, p.42

9

Fishing Derby 9am-3pm South Ridge Lake, p.2

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60 10

Summer Camps start pp.27-31

11

Dance, Art & Music classes start p.7

12 50+ Trip Cellular Field p.46 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Martial Arts classes start pp.13 and 21

13

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

14 Summer Sounds Concert 7PM p.69 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Swimming lessons start p.4 17 Father’s Day Pool Party @ Seascape p.57 Father’s Day BBQ @ Bridges 4:30-8:30PM p.53

24

50+ Health Screenings 11AM p.45

18

25 Youth Sports Camps start p.28

Weight Loss Challenge begins p.38

19

Adult Ceramics Classes start p.7

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

26 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Glitzy Girls Class p.42 Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

20

21 Summer Sounds Concert 7PM p.69 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

27

50+ Trip Galena p.46

28

Summer Sounds Concert 7PM p.69 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Tot classes start p.33

15

50+ Club Friday, p.45 Children’s Concert @ Vogelei p.69

50+ Club Friday, p.45

22

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Children’s Concert @ Vogelei, Noon, p.69

Flick N Float @ Seascape "Dolphin Tale", 8PM, p.3 Parents’ Night Out @ PSSWC p.42

Brookfield Zoo Family Trip p.43

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30

Movie in the Park " Hop" p.3 50+ Club Friday, p.45

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CALENDAR sunday

Skateboard lessons p.42

8

monday

tuesday

2 Military Appreciation Week at Seascape p.57

3 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Independence Day, no classes

5 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Military Appreciation Week at Seascape, p.57

Military Appreciation Week at Seascape, p.57

Military Appreciation Week at Seascape, p.57

Flag Football Camp, p. 26

9

Young Rembrandts Art Classes start p. 7

wednesday

10

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

15

22

thursday 4

Magic Class p. 42

11

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

Family Fun Night at Seascape p. 53

friday

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Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

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Children’s Concert @ Vogelei p. 69

24 Hoffman Idol 5-9PM @ Bridges p.3 Zumba classes start p. 38

25 Salsa/Bolly class starts p. 37 50+ Trip Segway Chicago p.46

26 Scott Triphahn Celebri-tee Golf Outing @ Bridges p.3 Summer Sounds Concert 7PM p. 69

Flick N Float@ Seascape p.3

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

50+ Club Friday, p.45

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Movie in the Park p.3 50+ Trip Sunrise Lake p. 46

23 Track and Field Camp starts p. 26 Kick Box class starts p. 38

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

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Military Appreciation Week at Seascape, p.57

17 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

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19 Summer Sounds Concert 7PM p. 69

6 50+ Club Friday, p.45

16 Yoga classes start p. 38 Belly dance class start p.38 50+ Health Sceenings 11AM p. 45

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

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50+ Club Friday, p.45

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Children’s Concert @ Vogelei p. 69

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21 Fitness for America Sports Festival p. 43 Parents Night Out @ PSS&WC p.42

Pilates classes start p.38

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31 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

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Summer Sounds Concert 7PM p.69

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7 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Home Alone Class, p.42

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Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

Summer Sounds Concert 7PM p.69

3 50+ Club Friday, p.45

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

5 50+ Trip Starved Rock, p.46 End of Summer Bonus Camps start p. 29

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Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

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Children’s Concert @ Vogelei p. 69

4 Party in the Park, High Point Park FREE 4-10 PM pg. 3 Movie in the Park, High Point Park, p.3

11 Wisconsin State Fair Family Field Trip, p.43

Passholder Appreciation Day @ Seascape, p.53 50+ Club Friday, p.45

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19 Seascape Closing Day p.56

26 Skateboard lessons p.42

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Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

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Grandparents’ Day @ Seascape p.57 Auditions for Youth Theater @ Vogelei, 5:30-8:30PM, p. 7

20 50+ Health Screenings 11 AM p. 45

21 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Adult Drop in Volleyball 8-10 PM Willow, p.10

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28 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

29 Senior Center Open House 9-noon, p.45

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Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

Children’s Concert @ Vogelei p. 69

Parent’s Night Out @ PSS&WC p.42

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50+ Club Friday, p.45

30 Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

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Teen Center Open 6:30-9:30P — Vogelei, p.60

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PARTIES PARTY AT OUR... Indoor Pool & Climbing Wall PSS&WC Take your birthday party to new heights on our 40 foot indoor climbing wall for 90 min. Celebrate with a refreshing swim in the PSS&WC zero depth activity pool for 90 min. Get the best of both worlds with 90 minutes of swimming and 90 minutes of rock wall climbing with the Combo Party. Parties are available Saturday and Sunday afternoons starting at 3:30P. Additional days and times are available upon request. Fees are based upon a 10 person minimum. Fees may vary based on space and rooms rented. Call Chad Lindstrom at 847–285–5401, email clindstrom@heparks.org.

Gymnastics Shelf Triphahn Center Ninety (90) minute gymnastics parties now available at the Triphahn Center. Prices include goodie bags for each participant. Parents may bring their own food and beverages, 20 child maximum. More info email jclark@heparks.org or call 847-885-7500 .

Willow Recreation Center Athletic, Gymnastics, Arts and Crafts, Wallyball, Skate Park Parties Ninety (90) minute parties can be booked for Saturday or Sunday afternoons. (Additional days and times may be available upon request.) Prices at Willow include goodie bags for each participant. Parents may bring their own food and beverages. 20 child maximum. Willow Skate Park parties are also available. Call 847–285–5440 for more information.

PLAY ALL NIGHT AT OUR... Overnight Lock-in PSS&WC

Outdoor Pool Seascape Call Katie Jones, at 847–285–5408.

Ice Arena Triphahn Center Ice Skating Party Each ice skating party package includes admission and skate rental for up to 25 people as well as use of our party room. Contact Jeff for availability during public skate 847–781–3632.

Broomball Party 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. Super Jelly Bean Birthday Parties (starting at $225) Build-your-own sports birthday party experience Fill 2-hours with a variety of super cool à la carte party options that will make your child’s next birthday PERFECT! Choose from a variety of sports— Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Flag Football or Dodgeball. There’s even the option to choose two sports and MAXIMIZE THE FUN! Providing the best talent in the area, you don’t just get a party host; ALL Jelly Bean Sports Birthday Parties are led by our staff of WORLD-CLASS COACH PERFORMERS whose primary aim is to ENTERTAIN, start to finish. Relax, have a good time, and enjoy yourself; we do all the work and promise to make your next party a RAVING SUCCESS in the mind of your guests. Contact Mrs. Pickles at (847) 777-9969 and start building today!

CELEBRATE ... Weddings & Banquets Bridges of Poplar Creek Schedule your wedding and/or photography session at one of our 69 beautiful parks. Our ponds, foliage and gardens are the perfect backdrop for your special day. Or plan your entire event from ceremony to reception at our new outdoor event gazebo and remodeled banquet rooms at Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club.

Spend the night in the gym, enjoying basketball, volleyball and other sports or watch movies in our tv room. Included in the excitement is 90 minutes of swimming and rock wall climbing. Overnights are available Friday or Saturday evenings from 7:30P–7:00A. Adult chaperones must be provided. $21 / guest Minimum of twenty (20) participants applies.

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RENTALS RENT OUR... Park and Shelter Rentals Enjoy our beautiful open air shelters located at various parks throughout Hoffman Estates. The Park District requires a completed Rental Form to reserve any park which can be picked up at the Triphahn Center or Willow. Shelters are available for rental at the following parks: Charlemagne, Evergreen, Field Park, High Point, Huntington, Olmstead, Valley, Victoria, Willow and Vogelei.

RENT OUR... Meeting Room and Gymnasium Gymnasium and meeting rooms may be rented at reasonable costs. We offer a variety of room sizes to accommodate your gathering. From meeting rooms up to 50 people, to half or full gymnasium rentals. Hourly rates as low as $36. Rentals include tables and chairs, set-up and take-down. Alcohol is prohibited. Rental applications are available at the front desk and available online.

RENT OUR... Fields or Track Visit us online to download a rental application form or stop by any of our facilities to pick one up. Groups with 75% resident players qualify for the residental group rate. Rates below based on a rental of 1 hour. Lighted Field Rates: this fee is in addition to the field rental fee per usage.

Cricket (contact Dru Steinhoff ) resident $50 / non-resident $70

Baseball / Softball (contact Dru Steinhoff ) $35 resident / +$50 non-resident Lights Cannon Crossings, West Field — Full Full — additional +$75 resident / +$85 non-resident Half— additional +$40 resident (Resident Only) Lights Cannon Crossings, East Field — Full Full — additional +$50 resident / +$60 non-resident Half— additional +$25 resident (Resident Only)

Soccer Fields (contact Chris Evans) $35 resident / +$50 non-resident Lights Cannon Crossings Field #1

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additional +$50 resident / +$60 non-resident Lights Cannon Crossings Field #3 additional +$50 resident / +$60 non-resident

RENT OUR... Portable Climbing Wall Available for events year round and can accommodate up to 3 climbers at one time. The layout of the wall is flexible in design to allow for simple climbing and advanced skills. Contact: Chris Evans, 847–285–5429.

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RENTALS *All rentals and groups must be prearranged. To reserve your date contact Katie Jones today at 847–285–5408 or kjones@heparks.org.

BIRTHDAY PARTY Voted 2012

Best Wedding Venue

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

CABANA RENTAL

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

GROUP RATE Bring your group to enjoy a day of swimming and sunshine! Groups of 20 guests or more receive a special discount. Visit must be prearranged. $5 / $6 per person

FULL FACILITY RENTAL

Please contact Jennifer Fuller

847-781-3658

Rent the entire facility for your next group outing. Seascape will provide the lifeguards. Catering packages are available at an additional cost. Rental times available: Daily 8:00P–10:00P, Fridays 9:00A–11:00A. $575 / $625, additional guests: $6 per person after 100


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