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Online Registration begins

Residents Non-Residents Jan 14, 2020 Jan 28, 2020


INFORMATION

Board of Commissioners and Staff

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Tinley Park-Park District Board of Commissioners

TOT TIME • PRESCHOOL • DAY CAMP • YOUTH • TEENS • ADULTS • MATURE ADULTS • HEALTH & FITNESS • ATHLETICS • PERFORMING ARTS • VVAC • TINLEY FITNESS • WATER PARK • SPECIAL EVENTS • TRIPS

Marie Ryan

President 2003-Present

Bernie O’Boyle Vice President 2015-Present

Robert Sanfilippo Treasurer 2013-Present

Dennis Mahoney Commissioner 2017-Present

Ashley Rubino Secretary 2019-Present

MISSION STATEMENT

The Tinley Park-Park District is committed to creative recreational programming opportunities and outstanding customer service while providing and maintaining quality recreational facilities and parks to enhance the quality of life in Tinley Park.

TINLEY PARK-PARK DISTRICT STAFF Executive Director..................................................... Superintendent of Recreation.................................... Superintendent of Parks............................................ Facilities Manager...................................................... Business Manager...................................................... Marketing Manager................................................... Tinley Fitness Manager............................................. Recreation Supervisor................................................ Recreation Supervisor................................................ Recreation Supervisor................................................ Athletic Supervisor.................................................... Preschool Coordinator...............................................

Shawn Roby Sandra Wolff-Chevalier Ryan Veldman Karol Komar Thomas Leeson Carol Bradtke Jennifer Williams Meghan Fenlon Erin Cortilet Colleen Fenske Ron Woodworth Mary Walsh

BOARD MEETINGS Park District Board meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at the Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center, 8125 W. 171st St. Committee Meeting: 7:00 p.m. Board Meeting: Immediately following Committee Meeting.

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Guide to New Brochure Layout!

Table of Contents Adults & Teens...................................63-68 Aquatics................................................. 45 Athletics (Adult).................................56-59 Athletics (Youth)................................47-55 Bettenhausen Recreation Center............ 13 Birthday Parties....................................... 29 Board of Commissioners.. Inside Front Cover Camps.................................................30-33 Canine Campus........................................ 62 Childcare Center...................................... 22 Creative Arts......................................34-43 Early Childhood and Youth................16-28 Facility Information................................6-7 Health and Fitness.............................71-74 Landmark Church and Museum................ 1 Martial Arts........................................60-61 Mature Adults....................................69-70 Meadows Disc Golf................................. 62 Park District Map....................................2-3 Park Pavilion Permits.............................. 44 Performing Arts...................................... 76 Program Locations..................................... 8 Registration Information........................8-9 Registration Form...............................11-12 Room Rental............................................ 44 Special Events....................................83-89 Sponsors................................................... 4 SSSRA/ADA Info......................................... 5 Tinley Fitness.....................................78-81 Tot Time Preschool ...........................14-15 Trips & Excursions................................... 82 Vogt Visual Arts Center........................... 77

Program categories are updated to make it easier to find the program you want! Early Childhood and Youth combines preschool and youth programs into one section. Camps contains all day camps, athletic camps and specialty camps. Creative Arts is a new category. In it you will find: • All adult and youth art classess at all locations • All adult and youth dance classes • All performing arts auditions and classes • Guitar and Piano lessons Aquatics features all swim lessons and youth water classes. Martial Arts is a new category that includes Taekwondo, Judo and Karate classes for all ages. Adults & Teens are combined to accomodate programs that cross age divisions. Vogt Visual Arts Center provides information on art shows, gazebo jazz, artist receptions and monthly gallery shows. Performing Arts includes all improv shows and theater production performance schedules. Special Thanks To: School Districts 140, 146, 228 and 230 for the use of their facilities in helping us provide recreational programs for the community. We also thank the local newspapers and businesses for their assistance in publicizing Tinley Park-Park District programs. Thank You Volunteers: You make our community a better place to live, work and play. Volunteers coach youth athletes, provide tutoring, help in the office and serve food or drink. In whatever capacity, volunteers bring a smile and a special touch to the Park District. You are appreciated beyond measure! Out of District Brochure Mailings: The Tinley Park-Park District extends its sincere apology to any of its neighbors for any inconvenience because of the United States Postal Bulk Mailing regulations. Some individuals receive Park District brochures even though they reside outside the Tinley ParkPark District boundaries. Such individuals shall, nevertheless, be assessed out-of-district fees. Photos and Videos: Participants or their parents (if participant is under 18), permit the taking of photos, audio Picnic Permits: Picnic permits may be obtained at the and video tapes during Park District activities for publication Bettenhausen Recreation Center. Permits are required to and use as the Park District deems necessary. secure a park pavilion for your outing or event. The Landmark Museum and Church 6727 W 174th St • Tinley Park

Landmark Landmark Museum, Reference Museum is Library & Historical Society Hours: a 1st Sunday each month: 1-3 pm; reproduction second Thursday each month: 6-8 of the Village pm; Wednesdays: 10 am-2 pm of Tinley Park’s second school house and later served as the first Village Hall. The Tinley Park Historical Society focuses on the research and preservation of the history of Tinley Park and its environs.The Historical Society is always looking for artifacts, photographs, letters, deeds, postcards, calendars, old phone books, newspapers, etc., related to the Tinley Park area.

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Landmark Wedding Chapel & Banquet Hall The Old Zion Lutheran church was built in 1884 and retains its old world charm and beautiful stained glass windows. The nondenominational chapel is air conditioned and can comfortably accommodate 150 guests. The facilities can be rented for weddings, baptisms, memorial services, etc. For information, rates and details, or to donate items to the Historical Society, call the Tinley Park Historical Society at (708) 429-4210 or Wedding Chapel Hours: Wednesdays 10 am-2 pm email your inquiry to: bbettenhausen@tinleypark.org.

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Interactive Map Here


Special thanks to our Park Partners! Their generosity and support help us present our programs and events! PATRIOT SPONSORS July 4, 2019 CELEBRATION

Advanced Orthopedic & Spine Care Aurelio’s Pizza Bettenhausen Automotive Bickford of Tinley Park Car Spa Crossmark Printing Dick Post Realty Direct Fitness Solutions Dunkin’ Donuts Ed & Joe’s Restaurant

Saunoris Brothers Edward Jones-Dan Lekki Lou Malnati’s Pizza Shear Express Evergreen Senior Living Massage Envy Ted’s Greenhouse Fishing Connection Musco Lighting TK Insurance Hanover Place Nothing Bundt Cakes Tinley Auto Health Advocates Ozinga Tinley Park Public Library Jewel Osco Parmesans Station Tinley Junction Newspaper Jimmy John’s PCS Industries VCP Home Health Care Juice Plus-Cathy Pruim Pine Care Walgreens Keller Preferred Realty Plush Horse - Tinley Park Walt's Foods Lawn-Tech, LTD Pointe at Kilpatrick Waterford Estates Legends Sports Photography Resource 55

For information on how your business can work with the Park District and take advantage of the many benefits of Park Partnership, contact Carol Bradtke at 708-342-4254.


SSSRA / Inclusion Statement INCLUSION STATEMENT

Tinley Park-Park District (TP-PD) welcomes participation in all programs and activities by individuals with disabilities and special needs. TP-PD is committed to inclusion and providing public recreation services in the most integrated setting in which interaction between people with and without disabilities is provided to the maximum extent feasible. TP-PD works cooperatively with South Suburban Special Recreation Association (SSSRA) to facilitate successful participation for participants who register for inclusive programming. If you have a special need or request for reasonable accommodation in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act and in order to assist TP-PD staff in addressing the need or request, we require a minimum of two weeks advance notice before the start of the program or activity for which said accommodation is needed. When registering for a program or activity, please answer the question regarding special accommodation. Please understand that failure to provide timely and appropriate notice of a special need and/or request for reasonable accommodation may result in a delay in registration. The Tinley Park-Park District follows the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for the purpose of employment, programs, services activities and facilities.

Mission Statement

To promote the power of choice and to enhance the quality of life of individuals of all abilities, by providing accessible recreation in an environment that promotes dignity, success, and fun. South Suburban Special Recreation Association (SSSRA) is a therapeutic recreation program that is an extension of the Tinley Park-Park District. SSSRA is organized to provide individuals with special needs or disabilities the opportunity to be involved in year round recreation programs. Scholarships are available to SSSRA residents with disabilities who would like to participate in one or more programs, but cannot afford the fees charged.

SSSRA is Now Hiring Part-Time Staff!

SSSRA is currently hiring Recreation Leaders to assist in a variety of programs and special events. These include general weekly programs, seasonal special events, Special Olympics and Inclusion. If you are interested in applying for a position or would like more information, please visit our website at www.sssra.org or call 815-806-0384.

Time for Art - New!

Love to color? Come out each week and work on an art project. We will use different types of art supplies to create our work including paint, crayons, food, and more! Participants will create an age appropriate project to bring home. Examples of projects will be displayed during the Spring Drama Show in May. All individuals must complete the SSSRA registration form and return it to the SSSRA office.

Through the Inclusion process, SSSRA staff members are available to help participants choose an appropriate program, conduct staff trainings, or supply adaptive equipment if you or a family member is interested in a park Due to the generosity of Ricky’s Ride, this program is offered at a discounted fee for residents. district or recreation department program. A complete program brochure is available at the Tinley Park-Park District and the SSSRA office. Please call the SSSRA office if you would like to receive the SSSRA brochure on a seasonal basis.

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Children ages 2 - 5 Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center, Tinley Park Tues, Feb 4 - Mar 3 5:00 - 6:00 pm R: $10, NR: $128, LWSRA & SWSRA: $32

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED


REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center 8125 W. 171st Street | (708) 342-4200

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he Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center offers Park District residents a great opportunity to run or walk indoors, play basketball or volleyball, or just relax and watch TV. Childcare is available for participants in a Rec Center program, or for those who need supervision for their child while they walk the track or are in their class. The Rec Center is the perfect place to get some exercise, have fun with friends, reduce stress or just take time out for you! The Rec Center offers free WiFi while in the building!

October 1 - April 30

Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday

5:30 am - 10 pm 7 am - 8 pm 7 am - 5 pm

May 1 - September 30

Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday

5:30 am - 9 pm 7 am - 5 pm 7 am - 4 pm

Tinley Junction Miniature Golf & Batting Cages 16801 S. 80th Avenue | (708) 614-1854

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inley Junction’s miniature golf course features an 18-hole design with a unique garden railroad running throughout the course. Challenging obstacles make the game exciting and fun for everyone! Five professional batting cages are available in slow-, medium-, and fast-pitch hard ball, and slow- and fast-pitch softball. A concession stand also serves food and drinks to add the perfect touch to a great mini-golf outing.

Spring Season (May 1 - June 7) Mon-Fri 4 - 9 pm Sat/Sun 10 am - 9 pm

Summer Season (June 8 - Aug 16) Mon-Sun 10 am - 9 pm

Open MEMORIAL DAY - MAY 25 Open LABOR DAY - SEP 7

Fall Season Mon-Fri Sat/Sun

(Aug 17 - Sept 20) 4 - 8 pm 12 - 6 pm

12 - 6 pm 12 - 6 pm

Vogt Visual Arts Center

17420 S. 67th Court | (708) 614-6503

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he Vogt Visual Arts Center (VVAC) was once home to the first Tinley Park Mayor, Henry Vogt. In 1996 it reopened as the VVAC, which houses all of the Park District’s fine arts classes and art gallery. The art gallery features a new exhibit each month with works from various local and well-known artists.

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Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

7 - 9 pm 4 - 7 pm 11 am - 2 pm & 7 - 9 pm Friday 11 am - 3 pm Saturday 11 am - 4 pm (all other times by appointment only)

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Upcoming Gallery Exhibits

Gallery Exhibits Exhibit Open Show “What Do You Love” Feb 4-29 Open Photography Show Mar 3-28 Hope Montessori Apr 1-25 School District 146 May 5-30 Open Show “A Feast for the Eyes” Jun 1-30

Reception Sat Feb 8 from 1-3 pm Sat Mar 7 from 1-3 pm Sat Apr 4 from 1-3 PM Wed May 6 from 5:30-6:30 pm Sat Jun 13 from 1-3 pm

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White Water Canyon Water Park 8221 W. 171st Street | (708) 342-4200

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hite Water Canyon Water Park encompasses 5 acres of wet fun for the whole family. Features include a zero-depth entry main pool, children’s play area, three slides, a 3-meter drop slide, diving board, lazy river, children’s Spray Ground and a giant sand play area. The full-service concession stand is perfect for quenching your thirst or curbing your hunger after a day of swimming. White Water Canyon Water Park season passes go on sale March 1, 2020. 2020 Season: May 30 - September 7

Monday-Sunday (May 30 - Aug 16) 12 - 8 pm Jul 4 Hours 10 am - 6 pm

Late Summer Hours Begin August 17, 2020 See our website for full details.

Tinley Fitness

8125 W. 171st Street | (708) 342-4255

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Tinley Fitness membership gets you more than just a workout! Our affordable rates include state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strength equipment, a 4-lane ADA lap pool, group, aquatic and cycling fitness classes, full access to the basketball courts and indoor walking track and a locker room complete with sauna!

October 1 - April 30 Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday

5:30 am - 10 pm 7 am - 8 pm 7 am - 5 pm

May 1 - September 30 Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday

5:30 am - 9 pm 7 am - 5 pm 7 am - 4 pm

Tinley Park Performing Arts Center 16801 S. 80th Avenue | (708) 342-4200

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he Tinley Park Performing Arts Center is the home of our very own Tinley Park Community Theater, Kidz, Musical, Children’s and Teen’s Theater, and many other performing arts programs. The theater seats 120 people. The theater is available for rentals for corporate meetings, theater performances, entertainment venues and more. Please call (708) 342-4200 for more information.

Canine Campus Dog Park 18200 84th Avenue | (708) 342-4200

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anine Campus is a 10-acre off-leash dog park. The park features fenced-in areas for small dogs (under 26 lbs) and large dogs to allow for seperate play. Canine Campus is an affordable way to allow your dog to socialize and have the opportunity to run free safe from street hazards. Membership is required to use Canine Campus. Information on fees, rules, and regulations can be found at tinleyparkdistrict.org or at the the Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center.

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INFORMATION

Registration Information 1. Residency: Resident/in-district program rates apply to anyone who lives within Park District boundaries. Non-resident/out-ofdistrict individuals are charged an additional fee for all memberships, programs and special events. 2. Registration will not be accepted at classes. Only registered participants will be allowed in the class — no substitutions. Spectators/parents are asked to sit in our waiting area. 3. Individuals may register themselves and/ or individuals listed in their household account. 4. Waiting lists will be formed when classes are filled. Every attempt will be made to accommodate these individuals, if possible. 5. No discounts will be given on classes, special events or trips unless otherwise specified in this brochure. 6. Copies of children's birth certificates are required for all first-time registrations for Tot Time Preschool, all children's programs and youth athletics. 7. Remember to bring your Park District receipt to any program, event, or trip to verify your enrollment. 8. Mail-in/drop-off payments for programs are accepted by check only. 9. Cancellation Policy: The Park District reserves the right to cancel any program due to insufficient enrollment and issue appropriate refunds. The Park District reserves the right to change, adapt, or reschedule any program variables, including instructors, dates, days, times, locations, etc. 10. Refund Policy: Refunds are given only if requested prior to the second class of the session. Refunds are not granted for one–day seminars, trips or special events, unless requested one week prior to date of event. Refunds will only be issued if the refund dollar amount is $10 or greater. Dollar amounts less than $10 will be credited to the household account and can be used for future registration purposes. You may at any time request your full refund. 11. For programs in school locations, school activities have priority. Park programs may be cancelled. Attempts will be made to make up any program that is cancelled.

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- - - PROGRAM LOCATIONS - - American Dance Company......................10464 163rd Place, Orland Park Andrew High School...............................171st & 90th Avenue, Tinley Park Bannes School......................................16835 S. Odell Avenue, Tinley Park Blackbird Academy...........................17054 Oak Park Avenue, Tinley Park Bristol Park..........................................17501 Bristol Park Drive, Tinley Park Canine Campus Dog Park........................ 18200 84th Avenue, Tinley Park Central Middle School............................18146 Oak Park Ave., Tinley Park Freedom Park...............................................7835 Timber Drive, Tinley Park Fulton School............................................. 6601 W. 171st Street, Tinley Park Grissom Middle School........................ 17001 S. 80th Avenue, Tinley Park Jaycee Grove.......................................... 16801 S. 80th Avenue, Tinley Park Keller School.............................................7846 W. 163rd Street, Tinley Park Kirby School................................................... 173rd and Ozark, Tinley Park Landmark Museum................................. 6727 W. 174th Street, Tinley Park Lewis Park............................................16801 Normandy Drive, Tinley Park McAuliffe School..................................... 8944 W. 174th Street, Tinley Park McCarthy Recreation Building........... 16801 S. 80th Avenue, Tinley Park Memorial School Park................................... 6611 179th Street, Tinley Park Millennium School................................ 17830 S. 84th Avenue, Tinley Park Pottawattomie Park........................................ 9128 178th Street, Tinley Park Prairie View Middle School.................... 8500 W. 175th Street, Tinley Park T-Kap Studio............................................6643 Glenview Drive, Tinley Park Tinley Park High School..........................6111 W. 175th Street, Tinley Park Tinley Fitness............................................. 8125 W. 171st Street, Tinley Park Tinley Junction Mini Golf.................... 16801 S. 80th Avenue, Tinley Park Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center.. 8125 W. 171st Street, Tinley Park Tinley Park Performing Arts Center.... 16801 S. 80th Avenue, Tinley Park United Gymnastics Academy................ 6805 W. 159th Street, Tinley Park Veterans Park............................................16001 Ozark Avenue, Tinley Park Vogt Visual Arts Center.............................17420 S. 67th Court, Tinley Park Vogt Woods Building................................ 6527 W. 171st Street, Tinley Park Volunteer Park................................................ 8180 175th Street, Tinley Park White Mountain Golf Course................9901 W. 179th Street, Orland Park White Water Canyon Water Park............ 8221 W. 171st Street, Tinley Park

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Registration Information

Resident Registration Online at: www.tinleyparkdistrict.org begins Jan 14, 2020 at 9:00 am. For mail in / drop-off registration received by Jan 13, 2020 processing begins Jan 14, 2020 at 9:00 am. Walk-in / over-the-counter registration begins Jan 21, 2020 at 9:00 am.

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Tot Time Preschool

Non-Resident Registration Online at: www.tinleyparkdistrict.org begins Jan 28, 2020 at 9:00 am. Mail in / drop-off registration processing begins Jan 28, 2020 at 9:00 am. Walk-in / over-the-counter registration begins Jan 29, 2020 at 9:00 am. Registration Information Complete both sides of the registration form located on page 9 and 10. Be sure to include program number for each program. Make checks/Money Orders payable to: Tinley ParkPark District. Forms submitted without parent/guardian signature will be returned for signature before processing, delaying registration. Participants registering for strenuous activities are encouraged to seek a physician’s approval. You may only register individuals who are listed in your household account. Tinley Park-Park District reserves the right to cancel or postpone programs due to insufficient enrollment. Please register by the deadline dates listed. Tinley Park-Park District is not responsible for lost or late mail.

• Age Appropriateness: Recreation programs are designed for specific age groups as listed in the program description. Birth certificates are required for first-time registration of any child We updated the brochure layout! age 15 and under. Behavior Policy: The Tinley Park-Park District has a behavior Find the program you want fast! policy relative to inappropriate behavior. Inappropriate behavior is defined as that which disrupts a recreation program See Page 1 for new program categories! or general recreation and requires a supervisor to call for a stop of the behavior due to its effect on other participants or the supervisor’s ability to conduct a program. Such behavior Requirements to Establish a may call for immediate and/or permanent dismissal of the New Household participant. Facility rules and usage guidelines also apply. Proof of residency is required by showing a valid Driver's Photos and Videos: Participants or their parents (if participant is under 18), permit the taking of photos, audio License or State ID and one item listed below: Current Tax Bill (itemized) and video tapes during Park District activities for publication Current Month's Utility Bill and use as the Park District deems necessary. Voter's Registration Card Vehicle Registration Program Icon Guide All resident and non-resident youth under age 15 must establish residency in the household account of their parNEW! New Program ent/guardian. Proof of residency for children is established by presenting the birth certificate. This is required prior to Volunteer Coaches Needed all first-time registrations in Tot Time Preschool, programs, athletic programs, or memberships. Online registration not available

FREE! Program or event is free of charge Indicates amount of walking involved on trips

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Resident ID cards are free of charge to children age 15

and under who reside in the Tinley Park-Park District boundaries once the above requirements are met. Use this card for entry to the Bettenhausen Rec Center and White Water Canyon Water Park to be eligible for the resident price. Cards are valid from Jan 1 until Dec 31 and must be renewed each year.

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Mail-in, drop-off and on-line registration have priority over in-person registration. Mail-in /Drop-off:

Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center 8125 W. 171st St. Tinley Park, IL 60477

On-line:

Questions:

www.tinleyparkdistrict.org

(708)342-4200

No phone registration!

Complete Both Sides!

Last Name:

Date:

Email:

Address: City: Zip: Home Phone:

Cell Phone:

Work Phone:

Friendship Request or Team Name: Participant’s Name Program # Class

Cash Charge VISA MC DISCOVER M.O Authorized Signature:

Program Name

Gift Card

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Check #

Dates

MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:TINLEY PARK-PARK DISTRICT

Time

Shirt Size (if applicable)

ENCLOSED TOTAL

(DO NOT MAIL CASH)

Fee

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*Do you or your child(ren) need special accommodations to enjoy this program? YES NO If yes, a two–week notice is required

Waiver and Release The Tinley Park-Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in high regard. The Tinley Park-Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents/guardians of minors registering for this program/activity must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities/ programs. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way or recently suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity. Warning of Risk Recreational activities/programs are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant. Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity/ program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Depending on the particular activity, participants must understand that certain risks, dangers and horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premises defects, inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction or officiating, and all other circumstances inherent to indoor and outdoor recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Tinley Park-Park District to guarantee absolute safety.

SIGN HERE:

Waiver and Release of All Claims and Assumption of Risk Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in this program/activity, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity (including transportation services/vehicle operation, when provided.) I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in this program/activity, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in this program/activity against the (Tinley Park-Park District), including its officials, agents, volunteers and employees (hereinafter collectively referred as “Tinley Park-Park District”). I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Tinley Park-Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss that my minor child/ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with this program/activity. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering on-line or via fax, your on-line or facsimile signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature.

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Signature of parent, guardian, or adult participant 18 years or older Participation will be denied if the signature of adult participant/parent/guardian and date are not on this waiver.

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Registration Form

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Please Print Last Name Address City/State

Zip Code

Home Phone

Email

Work Phone

Contact Person

Emergency Phone

Contact Person

Cell Phone

Contact Person

*NOTE: By writing your email address on this form, you authorize the Tinley Park-Park District to send you information, including — but not limited to — program receipts, cancellations, promotions, special events, class information and our monthly newsletter. You can opt-out at any time or you can customize the types of emails you receive on our website by clicking the “Get Email Updates” tab.

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Sex Birthdate M or F Month/Day/Year

Grade

Last name (if different)

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The Rec Center is the perfect place to get some exercise, have fun with friends, reduce stress or just take time out for you! Membership is available to Park District Residents. •1/8 mile indoor track (run, walk) •3 full size basketball courts •Open gym 7 days a week •Childcare is available* •Free WiFi in the building!

PASS TYPE Individual** Household of 2** Household of 3** Household of 4** Each Additional Member** Senior** (Age 60+)

Senior Couple** (Both Age 60+)

HOURS OF OPERATION Village/ Park District Oct 1 - Apr 30 Residents Corporate Rate* Mon-Fri 5:30am-10:00pm

$75 $135 $195 $255 $60 $70 $125

$45 $75 $105 $135 $30 $38 $61

* Village/Corporate Rate Applies to those who live in the Village of Tinley Park but outside the Park District boundaries and those who work within the village. Proof of Residency and Employment Status (current pay stub) apply. **All household members must have proof of residency. Maximum 8 members per household.

Saturday

7:00am-8:00pm

Sunday

7:00am-5:00pm

May 1 - Sep 30 Mon-Fri

5:30am-9:00pm

Saturday

7:00am-5:00pm

Sunday

7:00am-4:00pm

DAILY DROP-IN FEES Resident (with ID)

$5

Non-Resident (must be with Member)

$15

Village/Corporate

$15

Resident Age 2 or younger

FREE

*Childcare is available to those who need child supervision while walking or attending a program or class. Parent/Guardian must remain in the building at all times.

8125 W 171st Street Tinley Park, IL 60477

708-342-4200 www.tinleyparkdistrict.org

Rates effective 1/1/ 2020

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

TOT TIME PRESCHOOL

The Tot Time Preschool Program includes a variety of developmentally appropriate activities: creative art experiences, singing and rhythm activities, stories, finger plays, role playing and body movement, free play and activities related to everyday math and science discovery. This program is continuous beginning in September and ending in May. Children must be 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1, 2020. All children must be toilet-trained and able to take care of their own bathroom needs. Three-year-old classes have a maximum of 20 children and four-year-old classes have a maximum of 25 children.

Class Days Three-year-old classes: Tuesday/Thursday OR Monday/Wednesday/Friday. (Parents of older threes may prefer a 3 days/week).

Four-year-old classes: Monday/Wednesday/Friday

REGISTRATION

Class Times

AM classes are 9:30-11:55 am PM classes are 12:30-2:55 pm

NO ONLINE REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE FOR TOT TIME PRESCHOOL

Tinley Park residents only may mail in or drop off registrations from March 3 through March 10, 2020 including the following: • Completed Registration Form (page 9) - list three choices of Tot Time Classes • Family Master (page 10) • Copy of child’s Birth Certificate • Payment (see fee and payment plan information below) Mail or drop off envelope addressed to: “Tinley Park-Park District Tot Time Registration" Tinley Park-Park District 8125 W 171st Street Tinley Park, IL 60477 All Tot Time registrations received March 3 through March 10 will be processed by random selection beginning March 17. Your child will be placed in your first class choice; if that is filled, your second or third choice. A receipt will be mailed/ emailed to all those registered for Tot Time. Resident in person registration begins March 19, 2020 at the Bettenhausen Rec Center. Non-residents can register for Tot Time beginning April 2, 2020 at the Rec Center.

Fee (September, 2020 through May, 2021) Tuesday/Thursday Classes: Monday/Wednesday/Friday Classes:

Payment Plan

$743 R / $966 NR $1113 R / $1448 NR

Please note: No refunds will be granted after August 1

Payments can be made by cash, check or credit card at the Tinley Park-Park District. Credit card payments can also be made via the ONLINE REGISTRATION portal on the Tinley Park-Park District website at www.tinleyparkdistrict.org. A $10.00 nonrefundable service fee has been included for those using the Payment Plan. TUESDAY/THURSDAY CLASSES FEE MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY CLASSES FEE Registration Deposit $253 Registration Deposit $298 Apr 1 $100 Apr 1 $165 May 1 $100 May 1 $165 Jun 1 $100 Jun 1 $165 Jul 1 $100 Jul 1 $165 Aug 1 $100 Aug 1 $165

Family Discount

A family discount is offered for the second (or more) child in one family. If one four year old and one three year old from the same family register, the reduced fee will apply to the three year old participant. CLASS DAYS FAMILY DISCOUNT FEES Tu/Th Classes $669 R / $869 NR M/W/F Classes $1002 R / $1303 NR

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Tot Time

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Location: Bettenhausen Recreation Center, CLASSROOM 1 PROGRAM # DATE DAY 401150A Sep 10, 2020 - May 11, 2021 Tu/Th 401150B Sep 10, 2020 - May 11, 2021 Tu/Th 401150C Sep 9, 2020 - May 12, 2021 M/W/F Location: Bettenhausen Recreation Center, CLASSROOM 2 PROGRAM # DATE DAY 401151A Sep 10, 2020 - May 11, 2021 Tu/Th 401151B Sep 10, 2020 - May 11, 2021 Tu/Th Location: Bettenhausen Recreation Center, CLASSROOM 3 PROGRAM # DATE DAY 401152A Sep 10, 2020 - May 11, 2021 Tu/Th Location: Vogt Woods, 6527 W. 171st Street PROGRAM # DATE DAY 401153A Sep 9, 2020 - May 12, 2021 M/W/F

TIME 9:30-11:55am 12:30-2:55pm 12:30-2:55pm

FEE (R/NR) $743/$966 $743/$966 $1113/$1448

TIME 9:30-11:55am 12:30-2:55pm

FEE (R/NR) $743/$966 $743/$966

TIME 9:30-11:55am

FEE (R/NR) $743/$966

TIME 9:30-11:55am

FEE (R/NR) $1113/$1448

Location: Bettenhausen Recreation Center, CLASSROOM 1 PROGRAM # DATE DAY 401150D Sep 9, 2020 - May 12, 2021 M/W/F

TIME 9:30-11:55am

FEE (R/NR) $1113/$1448

Location: Bettenhausen Recreation Center, CLASSROOM 2 PROGRAM # DATE DAY 401151C Sep 9, 2020 - May 12, 2021 M/W/F 401151D Sep 9, 2020 - May 12, 2021 M/W/F

TIME 9:30-11:55am 12:30-2:55pm

FEE (R/NR) $1113/$1448 $1113/$1448

Location: Bettenhausen Recreation Center, CLASSROOM 3 PROGRAM # DATE DAY 401152B Sep 9, 2020 - May 12, 2021 M/W/F 401152C Sep 9, 2020 - May 12, 2021 M/W/F

TIME 9:30-11:55am 12:30-2:55pm

FEE (R/NR) $1113/$1448 $1113/$1448

Location: Vogt Woods, 6527 W. 171st Street PROGRAM # DATE 401153B Sep 9, 2020 - May 12, 2021

TIME 9:30-11:55am

FEE (R/NR) $1113/$1448

TOT TIME PRESCHOOL

Tot Time Three Year Old Classes

Tot Time Four Year Old Classes

TOT TIME TEACHERS Bette Hansen Maryjo Polk Tracy Sadowski Joan Mazzuca Stephanie Merritt Dawn Lacey Diane Manijak Carol Landers

DAY M/W/F

Get a Sneak Preview of the excitement that awaits your child at Tot Time Preschool! Visit our classrooms! Meet the staff! Stop by the We’ll be there to give you a tour, Scholastic answer your questions and help you with the forms. Book Fair on Feb 8 @ the Rec Ctr Two dates available to fit your schedule!

DATE: Saturday, February 8, 2020 TIME: 10-11:30 am

DATE: Saturday, February 22, 2020 TIME: 10-11:30 am

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Early Childhood & Youth

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

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Tot Time Preschool Plus Program

This enrichment experience is offered to children currently enrolled in the four-year-old Tot Time program. This one afternoon a week program is a continuation of the Tot Time curriculum. Activities include: additional practice and review of the letter/number of the week, nature, science, arts & crafts, math and games. This class helps ease the transition to an everyday kindergarten program. Your child must be enrolled in a four-year-old 2019-2020 Tot Time preschool program in order to register for this class. Instructor: Tot Time Staff Location: Recreation Center-Room 3 Fee: $160 R / $207 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101174A *Jan 21-May 12 Tu 12:30-2:50pm 4 *Please note: no class Mar 24

S.T.E.A.M. - "Little Engineers"

This is a 1.5 hour enrichment class for 4-5 year olds. This class includes science, technology, engineering and math, with preschool art thrown into the "STEM" mix! It makes sense that children should explore these subjects in an integrated way through books, discussions, experiments, art projects and more! Students will develop a strong foundation for future learning by exploring STEM skills and concepts through developmentally and age appropriate activities. New concepts are taught in each session. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $59 R / $77 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101074A Feb 13-Mar 19 Th 12:30-2pm *4-5 101074B Apr 9-May 14 Th 12:30-2pm *4-5 *Please note: for children entering kindergarten Fall 2020

Lunch ‘N Learn

This program is offered to children in the morning Tot Time preschool classes or any other new friends! Children must bring a peanut-free sack lunch and stay at school for an additional 1.75 hours. Children will experience an extended curriculum including nature, science, arts & crafts, math and games. Each session will offer new and different activities. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $58 R / $76 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101043A Feb 12-Mar 18 W 12-1:45pm *4½-5 101043B Apr 8-May 13 W 12-1:45pm *4½-5 *Please note: for children entering kindergarten Fall 2020

Terrific Twos

What’s better than spending your morning with your favorite two year old singing songs, making crafts and much more? Absolutely nothing! Sign up today to have tons of fun with your tot and make new friends. Only children registered for the class are allowed to attend. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $32 R / $42 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101037A *Feb 12-Mar 18 W 9-9:45am *2 101037B *Apr 8-May 13 W 9-9:45am *2 *Please note: with adult

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Come Play with Me, Baby

Mom and/or dad, come play with me! Let’s explore, play under a parachute, learn new games and sing songs. You and your tot will have fun while you help your little one to develop coordination and motor skills. Instructor: Priscilla’s School of Dance Location: Recreation Center Fee: $29 R / $38 NR Age: *Walking -2 PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME 101135A Feb 10-Mar 16 M 2:30-3pm *Please note: with adult

Two of Us

Stories, finger plays, crafts and gym activities are offered for mom or dad and your little one. Spend some special time with your child while meeting other parents in the community. Only children registered for the class are allowed to attend. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $44 R / $58 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101109A Feb 10-Mar 16 M 6:30-7:30pm *2-4 101109B Apr 6-May 11 M 6:30-7:30pm *2-4 *Please note: with adult

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Early Childhood & Youth

Ooey, Gooey Fun

Sticky fingers and smiling faces! Discover the fun of shaving cream, playdoh and slime with your child. It leaves a mess, but you’ll be smiling because the mess will be left behind with us! Only children enrolled in the class with an adult are allowed to attend. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $30 R / $39 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101118A Feb 13-Mar 19 Th 9:45-10:15am *2-4 101118B Apr 9-May 14 Th 9:45-10:15am *2-4 *Please note: with adult

Just You and Me

Would you like to spend some quality time with your little one? Join in the fun as we play games, enjoy finger plays, craft activities and story time in a social setting! Only children registered for the class are allowed to attend. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101111A Feb 11-Mar 17 Tu 9-9:45am *2-3 101111B Apr 7-May 12 Tu 9-9:45am *2-3 *Please note: with adult

Let’s Get Cooking

Music in the Box – Family Music

This class incorporates ear training, pitch development and early music concepts through singing and movement. Classes are taught by a professional music educator trained in the Music Box Curriculum. Classes encompass the Montessori learning style with music, books, bubbles, games and Suzuki violin and piano melodies giving children a head start for later private lessons. This program provides a weekly music experience for adult and child in a loving environment. Instructor: The Music Connection Location: Recreation Center Fee: $69 R / $88 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101042A Feb 12-Mar 18 W 9:15-9:45am *0-5 101042B Apr 8-May 13 W 9:15-9:45am *0-5 *Please note: with adult

Little Tykes

This class paves the way for a lifetime of home runs, baskets and high fives offering the foundations of rules and skills during fun play for both adult and child. Instructor: Recreation Staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $34 R / $45 NR

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106672A Feb 3-Mar 2 This is a culinary delight for the little ones and their favorite 106672B Mar 16-Apr 13 caregiver! We’ll create some delightful snacks in the kitch- *Please note: with adult en so bring your appetite! Children should wear an apron to class. Only children enrolled in the class are allowed to attend. Please list any food allergies upon registration. Instructor: Barb Koecrkritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $43 R / $56 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101178A Feb 13-Mar 19 Th 10:45-11:30am *2-4 101178B Apr 9-May 14 Th 10:45-11:30am *2-4 *Please note: with adult

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Movin’ & Groovin’

This class is designed to help little ones develop gross motor skills and eye-hand coordination while promoting the enjoyment of music. The children will also enjoy circle time, free play and engage in activities that reinforce listening skills. Only children enrolled in the class are allowed to attend. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $29 R / $38 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101155A Feb 13-Mar 19 Th 10:30-11:10am *2-3 101155B *Feb 15-Mar 28 Sa 9-9:40am *2-3 101155C Apr 9-May 14 Th 10:30-11:10am *2-3 101155D Apr 11-May 16 Sa 9-9:40am *2-3 *Please note: with adult; no class Mar 14

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED


Early Childhood & Youth

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

EARLY CHILD/YOUTH

All by Myself

Parents, are you looking for a little break to run some errands all by yourself? Then let your tots join us in a fun, relaxed and supervised atmosphere with a mix of free play, circle time, arts, crafts and of course lots of fun and games! A snack is provided. Children must be toilet-trained. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $49 R / $64 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101041A Feb 11-Mar 17 Tu 10-11:30am 3-5 101041B Apr 7-May 12 Tu 10-11:30am 3-5

Mini Artists Little Sports

Young athletes will be introduced to sports and games such as basketball, soccer, kickball and hockey. Children will experience interaction with others and learn the importance of good sportsmanship. Children must be toilet-trained. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101106A Feb 10-Mar 16 M 12-12:45pm 3-5 101106B Feb 11-Mar 17 Tu 12-12:45pm 3-5 101106C Feb 11-Mar 17 Tu 3-3:45pm 3-5 101106D Apr 6-May 11 M 12-12:45pm 3-5 101106E Apr 7-May 12 Tu 12-12:45pm 3-5 101106F Apr 7-May 12 Tu 3-3:45pm 3-5 101106G Apr 8-May 13 W 3-3:45pm 3-5

Little artists can express their creative side in this delightful class! Mini artists develop skills important for school success such as fine motor skills, language and the ability to listen and follow directions while creating their own works of art. Each session offers different projects. Children must be toilet-trained. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101121A Feb 11-Mar 17 Tu 12-12:45pm 3-5 101121B Apr 7-May 12 Tu 12-12:45pm 3-5

Run and Fun

This class is designed to develop gross motor skills and coordination through movement and activities. Children will run off some energy in this class while they participate in exercise, relays, scooter races and many fun games! Sound good? Join us! Children must be toilet-trained. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101154A Feb 10-Mar 16 M 3-3:45pm 3-5 101154B Feb 14-Mar 20 F 12-12:45pm 3-5 101154C Apr 6-May 11 M 3-3:45pm 3-5 101154D Apr 10-May 15 F 12-12:45pm 3-5

Pixie Pompons

Get your pompons out—time to shout and move about! Please bring one set of pompons to class. We’ll learn cheers, songs and simple dance routines. There will be a performance for the parents at the last class. Children must be toilet-trained. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $50 R / $65 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101108A *Feb 10-Apr 20 M 4-4:45pm 4-6 *Please note: no class Mar 23

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Early Childhood & Youth Cooking Around the Globe

This class is perfect for all those kids who love to cook! Join us as we make delicious creations from around the world. Recipe books will be sent home the last week of class. Make sure you wear an apron to class! Children must be toilet-trained. Please list any food allergies upon registration. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $44 R / $58 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101044A Feb 12-Mar 18 W 4:15-5pm 3-5 101044B Apr 8-May 13 W 3-3:45pm 3-5

On My Way

It’s almost time…let’s get going…I’m on my way to school! This 14-week program features stories, crafts and other preschool activities based on a weekly theme. A light snack will be provided. Children must be toilet-trained. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $135 R / $176 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101102A *Feb 12-May 20 W 9:30-11am 3-5 *Please note: no class Mar 25

Our Special Time Together

Every moment with your little one is precious. Come spend some special time together with your child or grandchild. We will create art projects, participate in fun physical activities, sing songs and have story time. Only children registered for the class are allowed to attend. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101201A Feb 12-Mar 18 W 10-10:45am *3-5 101201B Apr 8-May 13 W 10-10:45am *3-5 *Please note: with adult

Little Chefs

Young chefs will learn basic cooking skills while having fun in the kitchen. We’ll prepare a variety of fun snacks and meals. All children must be toilet-trained. Please list any food allergies upon registration. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $43 R / $56 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101138A Feb 12-Mar 18 W 12-1pm 3-5 101138B Feb 13-Mar 19 Th 12-1pm 3-5 101138C Apr 8-May 13 W 12-1pm 3-5 101138D Apr 9-May 14 Th 12-1pm 3-5

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Time Out for Fun

Join us for a little bit of everything. Children will participate in art projects, free play, circle time, movement and much more. Remember to pack a peanut free lunch and a drink. Children must be toilet-trained. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $49 R / $64 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101032A Feb 13-Mar 19 Th 12-1:30pm 3-5 101032B Apr 9-May 14 Th 12-1:30pm 3-5

Creative Cookies

Each week you will create a different and tasty cookie. While the cookies are baking, we’ll enjoy stories and games! Please wear an apron to class. Children must be toilet-trained. Please list any food allergies upon registration. Instructor: Barb Koecrkritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101165A Feb 13-Mar 19 Th 4-4:45pm 3-5

Cooking with Mrs. K.

This class is a true culinary delight! Expand your cooking skills by creating a new treat every week. Please wear an apron to class. Children must be toilet-trained. Please list any food allergies upon registration. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $43 R / $56 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101166A Apr 9-May 14 Th 4-4:45pm 3-5

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Fun with Paint

This is the perfect class for your child to explore a variety of paints (finger-paints, watercolors, etc.) and what we can do with each. Art smock is recommended. Children must be toilet-trained. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $34 R / $45 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101163A Feb 14-Mar 20 F 1-1:45pm 3-6 101163B Apr 10-May 15 F 1-1:45pm 3-6

Friday Fun Day

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Lunch Bunch

Each week your child will help cook and try a new recipe. If your child is enrolled in an afternoon Tot Time class, the Lunch Bunch instructors will escort your child to their classroom when the class is finished. Children must be toilet-trained. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $44 R / $58 NR Age: 3-6 PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME 101036A Feb 14-Mar 20 F 11:30am-12:30pm 101036B Apr 10-May 15 F 11:30am-12:30pm

Games and activities are more than just fun for a preschooler — they help with physical development and early learning. In this class kids will enjoy crafts, games and gym or outdoor activities. Children must be toilet-trained. Instructor: Barb Koecrkritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $38 R / $50 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101045A Feb 14-Mar 20 F 3-4pm 3-5 101045B Apr 10-May 15 F 3-4pm 3-5

Super Science Fun

If your child is curious about science, then this is the class for them. Join us for some super silly science experiments. Each week we will do awesome, hands-on science experiments. These experiments are cool and kids love how much fun they are to do. Each session will offer new and different activities. Art smock recommended. Instructor: Barb Koecrkritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $45 R / $59 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101058A Feb 12-Mar 18 W 3-3:45pm 4-8

Nursery Rhyme Time

The timeless rhymes of Mother Goose are probably the first poems that children ever hear. These classic poems are important to a child’s development as well as entertaining to everyone! Come join us as we enjoy games, rhymes and crafts based on Mother Goose stories. Only children enrolled in the class are allowed to attend. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $31 R / $41 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 111726A Feb 14-Mar 20 F 10-10:45am *3-4 111726B Apr 11-May 16 Sa 10-10:45am *3-4 *Please note: with adult

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Music Makers

Children love music as much as they enjoy making things. Why not combine these two creative forces? Join us as we use everyday things to create music. You will even get to take some home! Only children enrolled in the class are allowed to attend. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $31 R / $41 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101161A *Feb 15-Mar 28 Sa 10-10:45am *3-5 101161B Apr 10-May 15 F 10-10:45am *3-5 *Please note: with adult; no class Mar 14

Music in the Box-Music Maestro

This program will incorporate music and movement like the Music in the Box class, however, during each class some time will be spent on visual and auditory musical patterns, recognition of notes on the staff, composition, musical terms and visual and auditory recognition of rhythmic patterns of quarter, half and whole notes. It is preferred that child has had at least one previous Music in the Box class prior to taking this class. Instructor: The Music Connection Staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $79 R / $103 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101046A Feb 12-Mar 18 W 10-10:45am *3½-5 101046B Apr 8-May 13 W 10-10:45am *3½-5 *Please note: with adult

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Young Rembrandts – Junior Down On The Farm Workshop NEW!

Lets explore everything you see on a farm! In addition, we will learn to draw a variety of animals that live and play on our farm. On the last day, we will combine all the pieces we learned into one large farm scene - full of fun! We will use pencils, markers and colored pencils to complete our drawings. Instructor: Young Rembrandts Location: Recreation Center Fee: $78 R / $101 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101711A Mar 23-26 M-Th 9-10:30am 3-5

Young Rembrandts Preschool Drawing

Ignite your preschooler’s imagination with Young Rembrandts’ attention-grabbing lessons focused on mastering basic drawing skills like circles and patterning. A mouthwatering pizza, an endearing duck, a silly parrot or a cool pirate ship bring out artistic skills and advance creativity. We’ll continue to stomp away springtime boredom as we draw and color a mighty dinosaur! Instructor: Young Rembrandts Location: Recreation Center Fee: $47 R / $62 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101149A Feb 13-Mar 5 Th 5-5:45pm 3½-5 101149B Mar 12-Apr 2 Th 5-5:45pm 3½-5 101149C Apr 9-30 Th 5-5:45pm 3½-5 101149D May 7-28 Th 5-5:45pm 3½-5

I Speak Spanish!

Did you know that young children learn language naturally and much more easily than older children and adults? Introduce your child to the Spanish language in this class developed especially for very young learners. Children will be immersed in the Spanish language through fun, educational activities and music. New material is covered in each session! Instructor: Language in Action, Inc Location: Recreation Center Fee: $26 R / $35 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME TOPIC AGE 101243A Feb 12-19 W 5:20-6:10pm Weather 3-6 101243B Feb 26-Mar 4 W 5:20-6:10pm Animals 3-6 101243C Mar 11-18 W 5:20-6:10pm Body 3-6 101243D Apr 1-8 W 5:20-6:10pm Action Words 3-6 101243E Apr 15-22 W 5:20-6:10pm Sports 3-6 101243F Apr 29-May 6 W 5:20-6:10pm Springtime 3-6

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Camps......................................................... P. 30 Creative Arts (art, dance, piano, guitar)...... P. 42 Swim Lessons.............................................. P. 45 Martial Arts................................................. P. 60

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Early Childhood & Youth

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED


Early Childhood & Youth

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

EARLY CHILD/YOUTH

Stuffed with Love…..Join Heather Lynn in creating your very own cuddly friends! Each class includes an 8” unstuffed animal, fluff, wishing star, loving heart, birth certificate and carry home bag.

Valentine’s Day

Easter Babies

Put Me in the Zoo!

It’s Raining Cats & Dogs!

Will you be my Valentine? Let's celebrate this lovely holiday together! You and your new stuffed friend will enjoy our Valentine's Day party complete with a story, a game, a craft and ending with a grand finale march! Instructor: Heather Lynn Location: Recreation Center Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102766A Feb 12 W 5-6pm 4-10 Grrr! Roarrrr! Howllll! Join us on an imaginary trip to the zoo! What animals do you think we will see? Participants will get to stuff their very own zoo animal. Let your wild animals loose while we enjoy The Cat In The Hat and other classic stories and the grand finale march! Instructor: Heather Lynn Location: Recreation Center Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101076A Mar 11 W 5-6pm 4-10

Spring has arrived! What better way to celebrate than by making your very own Easter baby! Participants may choose to stuff their very own ducky, chick or bunny. Hop on over for Springtime fun, stories and grand finale march! Instructor: Heather Lynn Location: Recreation Center Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101077A Apr 1 W 5-6pm 4-10 When it rains, it pours! But we don't mind, because it's raining cats and dogs! Participants may choose to stuff their very own cat or dog. Stay dry inside and join us for some animal stuffing, stories and grand finale march! Instructor: Heather Lynn Location: Recreation Center Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101078A May 13 W 5-6pm 4-10


REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Early Childhood & Youth

This is a parent/tot class centered around age appropriate developmental movements on different gymnastics equipment. There is a strong emphasis on socialization, learning to take turns, sharing and building self-confidence all through fundamental gymnastics skills. Instructor: UGA Staff Location: United Gymnastics Academy PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE FEE 101104A Feb 11-Apr 7 Tu 5-5:50pm *2-3 $237 R / $308 NR 101104B Apr 14-Jun 2 Tu 5-5:50pm *2-3 $192 R / $250 NR *Please note: with adult

4-5 Years Gymnastics

This program is structured to emphasize coordination, encourage imagination and fun, help in awareness and most importantly develop self-confidence through fundamental gymnastics skills. Instructor: UGA Staff Location: United Gymnastics Academy PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE FEE 101107A Feb 11-Apr 7 Tu 6-6:50pm 4-5 $237 R / $308 NR 101107B Apr 14-Jun 2 Tu 6-6:50pm 4-5 $192 R / $250 NR

Beginner Girls Gymnastics

The beginner girl’s gymnastics program provides participants a full fitness workout plus activities that will challenge them physically and mentally. Gymnasts are taught skills on the vault, bars, beam and floor exercise. Strength, flexibility and coordination will be concentrated on as these skills are necessary to safely and effectively perform on all gymnastics equipment. No prior experience is necessary. Instructor: UGA Staff Location: United Gymnastics Academy PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE FEE 102205A Feb 11-Apr 7 Tu 4-5pm 6-12 $250 R / $325 NR 102205B Apr 14-Jun 2 Tu 4-5pm 6-12 $201 R / $261 NR

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2-3 Years Gymnastics


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EARLY CHILD/YOUTH

Pompons

Get your pompons out—it’s time to shout and move about! Please bring one set of pompons to class. We’ll learn cheers, songs and dance routines. There will be a performance for the parents at the last class. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $50 R / $65 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102214A *Feb 10-Apr 20 M 5-5:45pm 7-10 *Please note: no class Mar 23

Dance Fitness for Kids

This class incorporates easy-to-follow dance routines to pop, hip hop and lyrical music styles. Participants build cardiovascular strength and endurance for the first 25 minutes of class. Class finishes with work on their core, total body strength and flexibility working the barre with resist-aballs, small weights and rings. All equipment is provided; please wear gym shoes and bring a water bottle! Instructor: Jennifer Raleigh Location: Recreation Center Fee: $46 R / $61 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104491A Feb 20-Apr 2 Th 5-5:45pm 7-12 104491B Apr 9-May 21 Th 5-5:45pm 7-12

Baton Twirling

Did you ever want to try something new? Here is your chance: baton twirling. Learn the proper way to hold a baton, how to do figure eights and how to toss the baton. This is a co-ed class. All students must have a weighted baton and wear comfortable clothes and gym shoes to each class. Instructor: Yvonne Arthur Location: Recreation Center Fee: $55 R / $72 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102277A *Feb 11-Apr 7 Tu 5-5:30pm 5-13 102277B Apr 14-Jun 2 Tu 5-5:30pm 5-13 *Please note: no class Mar 24

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Short Sports

Young athletes are introduced to sports such as basketball, soccer, kickball and hockey. Children learn to interact with others and practice good sportsmanship. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $47 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102222A Feb 11-Mar 17 Tu 4-4:45pm 6-9 102222B Apr 7-May 12 Tu 4-4:45pm 6-9

Mrs. K’s Kitchen

Hey kids! Let’s have some fun in the kitchen. We create a different tasty treat each week throughout the session. Please wear an apron or old shirt to class. Please list any food allergies upon registration. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $43 R / $56 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102294A Apr 9-May 14 Th 5-6pm 6-14

Passport to Cooking

This class is perfect for all those kids who love to cook! Join us for some cooking fun and get your recipe “Passport” stamped for each country’s delicious dish we create! Recipe books are sent home the last week of class. Make sure you wear an apron to class! Please list any food allergies upon registration. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $45 R / $59 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102041A Feb 12-Mar 18 W 5:15-6:15pm 6-12 102041B Apr 8-May 13 W 4-5pm 6-12

Creative Cookies II

This is a delicious treat of a class! Each week you will create a different and tasty cookie. While the cookies are baking, the class enjoys stories and games! Please wear an apron to class. Please list any food allergies upon registration. Instructor: Barb Koeckritz Location: Recreation Center Fee: $42 R / $55 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102289A Feb 13-Mar 19 Th 5-5:45pm 6-14

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Amazing Magic Tricks

Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn a collection of fascinating and mesmerizing tricks! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind-reading and more. Each child receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn tricks that are age-appropriate. The kids can sign up again and again since new tricks are taught in each session. All supplies are included. Instructor: The Magic Team of Gary Kantor Location: Recreation Center Fee: $21 R / $28 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102186A Feb 25 Tu 6:30-7:25pm 5-12 102186B May 4 M 6:30-7:25pm 5-12

Young Rembrandts Elementary & Cartoon Drawing

Flex your creative muscle with artistic challenges in our winter birdhouses and sporty snowboarder lesson. Students will master perspective and personality by creating a palm tree scene, cute penguins and more. Our spring session teaches how to personify inanimate objects, as they breathe life into everyday clocks and cartoon treatment turning pets into colorful characters. Then we will imagine ourselves traveling to far away worlds as we illustrate amazing alien beings. All this and more await our students. Each session offers all new lessons. All supplies are included. Instructor: Young Rembrandts Location: Recreation Center Fee: $50 R / $65 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102253A Feb 13-Mar 5 Th 6-6:55pm 5-12 102253B Mar 12-Apr 2 Th 6-6:55pm 5-12 102253C Apr 9-30 Th 6-6:55pm 5-12 102253D May 7-28 Th 6-6:55pm 5-12

Youth Spanish

In this class students will learn Spanish conversation plus basic Spanish grammar, reading and writing skills through interactive and engaging activities. Each class covers new and exciting material! Instructor: Language In Action, Inc. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $28 R / $37 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE TOPIC 102202A Feb 12-19 W 6:20-7:20pm 6-11 Weather 102202B Feb 26-Mar 4 W 6:20-7:20pm 6-11 Animals 102202C Mar 11-18 W 6:20-7:20pm 6-11 Body 102202D Apr 1-8 W 6:20-7:20pm 6-11 Action Words 102202E Apr 15-22 W 6:20-7:20pm 6-11 Sports 102202F Apr 29-May 6 W 6:20-7:20pm 6-11 Springtime

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Camps......................................................... P. 30 Creative Arts (art, dance, piano, guitar)...... P. 42 Swim Lessons.............................................. P. 45 Martial Arts................................................. P. 60

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Early Childhood & Youth

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED


Early Childhood & Youth

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Bricks 4 Kidz® Brick Builders: Cranium Contraptions EARLY CHILD/YOUTH

Build and explore crazy contraptions that really work your brain! Students use LEGO® Bricks, axles, pulley, gears and motors to create fun and interactive models. Compete with friends in a rousing game of Battle Tops or Foosball. All this and more are waiting to be discovered! Students will work in teams of two and each child will take home a custom mini-figure at the end of the session. Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz® staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $107 R / $140 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102060A Feb 12-Mar 18 W 4:30-5:30pm 6-12

Bricks 4 Kidz® Amusement Park Designer

Delve into the history and mechanics of favorite amusement park rides in this imaginative unit. Using LEGO® bricks, motors and gears, students construct amusement rides incorporating principles of physics, described in a way children can understand, as well as math concepts. These engaging lessons give students an understanding of the physical forces they experience every day. Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz® staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $107 R / $140 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102136A Apr 8-May 13 W 4:30-5:30pm 6-12

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American Girl Valentine’s Day

Come to this unique Valentine’s class and bring along your American Girl Doll or similar sized doll. Enjoy decorating a special 2-piece holiday outfit and adorable pink, red and white jewelry. Then take a trip to the beauty shop where you add colorful hair clips and ribbons just in time for Valentine’s Day. Your favorite doll will look simply fabulous! Instructor: Ultimate Classes and Parties Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101060A Feb 8 Sa 11am-12pm *3-12 *Please note: 3-5 with adult

Manners Matter

NEW!

In this class you learn proper classroom, table and public manners. We address proper ways to speak to our parents and teachers. Also, we work on table etiquette and students receive a place setting to take home to practice. These are much-needed skills in our community today. Instructor: Ultimate Classes and Parties Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102160A Feb 22 Sa 12:30-1:30pm 5-10

Mother/Daughter Fun with “Up Do’s” & Braids

Happy Birthday, American Girl Doll

Girls, you do not want to miss this special American Girl Doll birthday party in honor of your favorite doll or other similar sized doll. All participants decorate a special birthday outfit, jewels and crown for their doll along with a birth certificate. Of course, the party wouldn’t be complete without decorating yummy cupcakes to enjoy with juice. Instructor: Ultimate Classes and Parties Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 101052A May 16 Sa 11am-12pm 5-10

Springtime Sweet & Treats

Boys and girls, join us for this yummy class. Each child uses their creative skills to make an entire tray of special cookies and cupcakes. The class includes aprons, a variety of frosting colors, a wide array of sprinkles and toppings to add to the fun. The finishing touch is a candy border for a special masterpiece. Each child goes home with enough goodies for the entire family. Instructor: Ultimate Classes and Parties Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102764A Apr 18 Sa 12:30-1:30pm 5-12

Mom, bring your daughter to this amazing class and learn the skills to create simple up do’s and braids. Forget going to the beauty shop every time she needs her hair done for dance, cheer, gymnastics or school plays. A variety of styles are taught to accommodate different age groups. Each girl can choose from a sparkly collection of clips and glitters to complete their new look. Goodie bags are included. Instructor: Ultimate Classes and Parties Location: Recreation Center Fee: $39 R ($20 per add’l sibling) / $51 NR ($26 per add’l sibling) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102268A Mar 28 Sa 11am-12pm *3-12 *Please note: with adult

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Early Childhood & Youth

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED


Early Childhood & Youth

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

EARLY CHILD/YOUTH

Let’s Build It – Chain Reactions: Ready, Set Roll!

This is an exhilarating, cutting-edge area of engineering. In this unit, students design, build and test circuits and electronic projects. Instructors guide students through core concepts of electrical engineering, introducing them to circuits and electrical components. Students use hands-on projects and experiments to explore how electricity is part of our daily lives. A desire to learn, build and have fun is all kids need to complete projects such as a disc launcher, electronic games, musical instruments, alarms and more, along with fun-filled class activities! Students receive an award on the last day of the session, as well as the opportunity to earn Energy Belts to demonstrate their learned skills! Instructor: Afterschool Enrichment Solutions Location: Recreation Center Fee: $121 R / $158 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 102118A *Feb 8-Mar 21 Sa 11am-12pm 1-6 102118B Apr 4-May 9 Sa 11am-12pm 1-6 *Please note: no class Mar 14

Chess Scholars Chess Club

Develop your child's intellect through the royal game of chess! Research shows a strong link between chess and academic performance in math and language arts. Chess has been proven to enhance children's motivation, concentration, focus, social skills and creativity. No previous experience is necessary. Each class consists of a fun interactive teaching period and guided practice time. Both beginner and experienced players are welcome. There is a chess competition with prizes at the end of the session! Instructor: Chess Scholars Coach Location: Recreation Center Fee: $105 R / $137 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 102068A Feb 24-Mar 30 M 6-7pm K-8 102068B Apr 13-May 18 M 6-7pm K-8

Family Clay Play

NEW!

Help your little ones explore the squishy-squashy wonders of clay. We have project ideas or you can design your own pieces of art. In week 1, you make your pieces and leave them with us to dry. In week 2, you decorate your pieces and take them home. We use Crayola brand air dry clay and nontoxic paint/markers. Instructor: Kim Bennett Location: Recreation Center Fee: $30 R ($10 R add'l person) / $39 NR ($13 NR add'l person) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102002A Mar 21, 28 Sa 1:30-2:30pm *4-11 102002B Apr 18, 25 Sa 1:30-2:30pm *4-11 102002C May 2, 9 Sa 1:30-2:30pm *4-11 *Please note: with adult

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Beginning Pottery for Kids NEW!

Learn several basic pottery techniques to create your own works of art. We have project ideas or you can design your own pieces of art/jewelry. You are free to bring your own stamps, molds and cookie cutters if you have something cool you'd like to use. In week 1, you make your pieces and leave them with us to dry. In week 2, you decorate your pieces and take them home. We use Crayola brand air dry clay and non-toxic paint/markers. Instructor: Kim Bennett Location: Recreation Center Fee: $30 R / $39 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102003A Mar 21, 28 Sa 3-4:30pm 8-15 102003B Apr 18, 25 Sa 3-4:30pm 8-15 102003C May 2, 9 Sa 3-4:30pm 8-15

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Camps

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Emergency Form and Permission Slip

The Camp Emergency Form and Swimming/Field Trip Permission Form must be completed and turned in at the time of registration. The forms are available online at www.tinleyparkdistrict.org or at the Bettenhausen Recreation Center. Registration for Camp will not be processed unless forms are completed. If you have any questionsm contact Meghan at (708) 342-4200.

Sunrise to Sunset Camp CAMPS

Supervised playtime is available at the McCarthy Park campsite! This camp is for those who need extended hours before or after regular McCarthy Park camp time. A daily snack will be provided for the after-camp participants. To qualify for this program, your child must be enrolled in regular Day Camp at McCarthy Park. Additional information will be available at the time of registration.

Family Discount and Payment Plans

A discount rate is offered for Day Camp, Tot Camps Firefly and Little Sprouts, Teen Camp, Sunrise and Sunset Camp if you register for both sessions at the same time, or if you have more than one child in a family attending camp. Payment plan forms must be completed at the time of registration and require a credit or debit card. A $10 non-refundable service fee is required for payment plans. Half of the entire fee is due at registration; payment in full is due June 1 for Session A or C, and Jul 1 for Session B.

Camp Orientation

Meet the camp staff and have your questions answered! We will review camp policies and procedures, discuss drop-off/pick-up procedures, pool days and field trip days. Parents are strongly encouraged to attend the camp orientation. Please read your Camp manual prior to coming to the orientation. Orientation for all camps will take place at the Bettenhausen Recreation Center. Campers are welcome to attend! Date: Thursday, Jun 4 (Tot Camps: 6:30 pm / Vogt Woods: 7:15 pm / McCarthy Park: 8:00 pm / Teen Camp 7:00 pm)

Tot Camp-Firefly

Camp Firefly is designed to give our youngest campers a fun-filled day of adventures! Weekly themes focus on creativity, independence and friendship while providing a multitude of hands-on opportunities. Each day campers engage in indoor and outdoor activities, in-house visitors, camp field trips and splash pad days are part of this fun adventure. Participants must be able to use the bathroom independently. There is a multi-child discount of $15 off a 4-week registration and $30 off an 8-week registration for the second or more camper enrolled in a summer day camp program. Location: Recreation Center Age: 3-5 PROGRAM # DATE DAY TIME FEE 401113A Jun 8-Jul 3 M-F 9:15-11:45am $231 R / $275 NR 401113B Jul 6- 31 M-F 9:15-11:45am $231 R / $275 NR 401113C Jun 8-Jul 31 M-F 9:15-11:45am $437 R / $568 NR

Tot Camp-Little Sprouts

Camp Little Sprouts is designed to give our youngest campers a taste of fun each afternoon! Camp themes focus on creativity, independence and friendship while providing a variety of hands-on opportunities. Camp activities include indoor and outdoor active play, water play, in-house visitors, science fun and more. Participants must be able to use the bathroom independently. There is a multi-child discount of $10 off a 4-week registration and $20 off an 8-week registration for the second or more camper enrolled in a summer day camp program. Location: Recreation Center Age: 3-5 PROGRAM # DATE DAY TIME FEE 401115A Jun 8-Jul 3 M, W, F 12:15-2:45pm $150 R / $195 NR 401115B Jun 9-Jul 2 Tu, Th 12:15-2:45pm $112 R / $145 NR 401115C Jul 6-31 M, W, F 12:15-2:45pm $150 R / $195 NR 401115D Jul 7-30 Tu, Th 12:15-2:45pm $112 R / $145 NR 401115E Jun 8-Jul 31 M, W, F 12:15-2:45pm $275 R / $357 NR 401115F Jun 9-Jul 30 Tu, Th 12:15-2:45pm $200 R / $260 NR

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Summer Day Camp is for campers entering grades 1-7 in the fall. Campers enjoy a wide variety of activities, games, crafts, science, swimming, field trips and special events. Campers are separated into age-appropriate groups led by two to four highly trained camp counselors. We do not accept friendship requests for camp groups. There is a multi-child discount of $30 off a 4 week registration; $60 of an 8 week registration for both McCarthy Park and Vogt Woods camps. There is $15 for a second child in Sunrise and Sunset camps.More camp details and calendar information can be found in our parent packets online at www.tinleyparkdistrict.org.

McCarthy Park** (entering grades 1-7) Sunrise Camp

PROGRAM # DATE DAY TIME 402257A Jun 8 - Jul 3 M-F 7-9am 402257B Jul 6- Jul 31 M-F 7-9am 402257C Jun 8 - Jul 31 M-F 7-9am

Day Camp

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FEE $412 R $535 NR $412R $535 NR $720 R $936 NR

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FEE $268 R $348 NR $268 R $348 NR $480 R $624 NR

402223A Jun 8 - Jul 3 M-F 9am-3pm 402223B Jul 6 - Jul 31 M-F 9am-3pm 402223C Jun 8 - Jul 31 M-F 9am-3pm

Sunset Camp PROGRAM #

FEE $187 R $243 NR $187 R $243 NR $326 R $423 NR

402258A Jun 8 - Jul 3 M-F 3-6pm 402258B Jul 6 - Jul 31 M-F 3-6pm 402258C Jun 8 - Jul 31 M-F 3-6pm

Vogt Woods** (entering grades 1-7) Day Camp

PROGRAM # DATE DAY TIME FEE 402222A Jun 8 - Jul 3 M-F 9am-3pm $412 R $535 NR 402222B Jul 6 - Jul 31 M-F 9am-3pm $412 R $535 NR 402222C Jun 8 - Jul 31 M-F 9am-3pm $720 R $936 NR Session A: June 8-Jul 3 (4 weeks) / Session B: Jul 6-Jul 31 (4 weeks) / Session C: June 8-Jul 31 (8 weeks) **Please note: Camp fees INCLUDE field trip costs. Camps are not available for online registration. **Forms must be completed at the time of registration.All forms available on our website.

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CAMPS

Camps

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED


Camps

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Teen Camp

CAMPS

Are you looking for a fun way to spend your summer vacation? Teen Camp is it! Each day is filled with new and exciting activities from playground games, video game tournaments, hands-on cooking/crafts or sports. Each week includes swimming, a field trip, local outings and tons of games, sports and other awesome activities. We have something for you. Grab a friend and register today! Camp paperwork needs to be completed at the time of registration and can be found on our website or at the Bettenhausen Recreation Center. There is a multi-child discount of $20 off a 2-week session and $60 off an 8-week session for teen camp fees. Discount applies to families with campers in Tot Camp, Day Camp and/or Teen Camp. Multi-Child discount applies to the lowest camp fee. Location: Recreation Center Grade: 7th-10th PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME FEE 403301A Jun 8-19 M,Tu,W,Th,F 9am-3pm $235 R / $305 NR 403301B Jun 22-Jul 3 M,Tu,W,Th,F 9am-3pm $235 R / $305 NR 403301C Jul 6-17 M,Tu,W,Th,F 9am-3pm $235 R / $305 NR 403301D Jul 20-31 M,Tu,W,Th,F 9am-3pm $235 R / $305 NR 403301E Jun 8-Jul 31 M,Tu,W,Th,F 9am-3pm $863 R / $1120 NR

Summer’s Final Fling Camp

NEW!

There is still a little bit of summer left to enjoy! This one week day camp is filled with games, crafts, science experiments, STEM play, swimming and a field trip. Please bring a lunch, water bottle and backpack daily. Campers are be sorted into groups on the first day. A camp packet is be sent out before camp begins. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $110 R / $143 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 402224A Aug 3-7 M-F 9am-4pm 1-8

Summer’s End Sports Camp

Play ball! Campers play, compete, learn and improve skills in a variety of sports. Teamwork is be emphasized with scrimmages, games and activities as well as a field trip and swim day. Please bring a lunch, water bottle and backpack daily. Campers are be sorted into groups on the first day. A camp packet is be sent out before camp begins. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $110 R / $143 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 406203A Aug 3-7 M-F 9am-4pm 1-8

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Spring Break CAMPS Chess Scholars Spring Break Chess Camp

This camp is great for both beginners and experienced young players. Each class will consist of a fun interactive teaching period and guided practice time. Both new and returning participants’ skills will improve under the guidance of an experienced Chess Scholars Coach. Camp concludes with a chess competition with prizes! Instructor: Chess Scholars Coach Location: Recreation Center Fee: $206 R / $268 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 102099A Mar 23-27 M-F 9am-12pm K-8 Grade

Spring Break Basketball Camp

Beginner and advanced players learn new skills or fine-tune their current basketball skills, while working on their coordination and motor skills through a series of fun activities. Players are separated into appropriate skill levels so the best possible instruction can be provided. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $46 R / $60 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106631A Mar 23-27 M-F 9-10am 5-6 106631B Mar 23-27 M-F 10-11am 7-8 106631C Mar 23-27 M-F 11am-12pm 9-10

Spring Break Floor Hockey Camp

Our floor hockey camp is designed to teach the rules and mechanics of passing, shooting, puck control, defense and offense in a fun and safe environment. Participants must use our hockey sticks and come to each class with a hockey helmet or bike helmet. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $46 R / $60 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106205A Mar 23-27 M-F 12:30-1:30pm 6-9

Spring Break Future Pros Soccer Camp

Whether you are excited to learn soccer or you know the game well, this camp is for you! The Future Pros staff consists of professionals from around the world and they have developed a unique training program for all ages and abilities. Participants will receive a free t-shirt and soccer ball. Instructor: Future Pros Staff Location: Freedom Park Fee: $55 R / $72 NR (A) $95 R / $124 NR (B) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 106624A Mar 23-27 M-F 1-2:30pm 1-4 106624B Mar 23-27 M-F 1-4pm 5-8

Young Rembrandts – Pirate Workshop

Ahoy, maties! Join us as we explore the world of pirates! Treasure maps, sunken treasures, parrots, a grand pirate ship and more will inspire us as we draw, using cartoon and realistic drawing techniques. Kids love drawing our playful, expressive characters and will complete several drawings each day using the unique Young Rembrandts drawing method. They will show you all they have learned over the week when they complete one large scene on the final day. All supplies are included. Instructor: Young Rembrandts Location: Recreation Center Fee: $78 R / $101 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102765A Mar 23-26 M-Th 10:45am-12:15pm 5-12


Creative Arts Canvas and Cookies

NEW!

CREATIVE ARTS

Canvas painting for kids’ night out! Get your friends together for a super fun night of painting and cookies! Instructor: Marlo Steinke Location: VVAC Fee: $30 R / $39 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109107A Feb 22 Sa 6-8pm 7-11 109107B Apr 4 Sa 6-8pm 7-11 109107C May 23 Sa 6-8pm 7-11

Intro to Manga Japanese Comic Art Workshop NEW!

An introduction to or continuation of Japanese Manga cartooning used in comic books and anime films. Students learn to draw facial features and body positions or improve their skill in the style of Manga and create their own characters. All supplies are included. Instructor: Michelle Stanley, Prairie Art Studio Location: VVAC Fee: $30 R / $39 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109701A Apr 2 Th 5-7pm 9-18 109701B May 14 Th 5-7pm 9-18

Basic Drawing Workshop NEW!

An introduction to representational drawing geared to ages 7-10. Students learn to utilize the elements of shape and progress to more complex projects. They are introduced to various choices for subject and background to interpret lessons in their own creative way. Subjects include animals, 3 dimensional objects and much more. All supplies are included. Instructor: Michelle Stanley, Prairie Art Studio Location: VVAC Fee: $20 R / $26 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109702A Feb 20 Th 5-6pm 7-10 109702B Mar 5 Th 5-6pm 7-10

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Mythical Creatures Multimedia Workshop

NEW!

Students learn about and how to draw imaginary mythical creatures like dragons and unicorns that have captured the imagination for centuries. All supplies are included. Instructor: Michelle Stanley, Prairie Art Studio Location: VVAC Fee: $24 R / $30 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109703A Apr 5 Su 12-1:30pm 9-12 109703B May 3 Su 12-1:30pm 9-12

Getting Ready - Art Workshop NEW!

An introduction to representational drawing. Students work on recognizing the elements of shape and combining them in drawing various subjects from their world. All supplies are included. Instructor: Michelle Stanley, Prairie Art Studio Location: VVAC Fee: $20 R / $26 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109704A Apr 5 Su 10-11am 4-7 109704B May 3 Su 10-11am 4-7

Sea Creatures – Watercolor Workshop

NEW!

Students will have fun and learn about sea life and how to draw creatures that inhabit the ocean. All supplies are included. Instructor: Michelle Stanley, Prairie Art Studio Location: VVAC Fee: $20 R / $26 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109705A Feb 9 Su 11:30am-12:30pm 5-8 109705B Mar 1 Su 11:30am-12:30pm 5-8

Alphabet Art Workshop

NEW!

Preschool to kindergarten age students develop observation skills and cooperation with others. Students learn to recognize the elements of shape and to combine them to draw an object or character that starts with the letter's sound. Promotes reading readiness by recognition of letters and their phonetic sounds. Helps with handwriting and fine motor skills in a fun engaging way! All supplies are included. Instructor: Michelle Stanley, Prairie Art Studio Location: VVAC Fee: $20 R / $26 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109706A Feb 9 Su 10-11am 4-6 109706B Mar 1 Su 10-11am 4-6

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Creative Arts

We know that signing up for a fine art class might be intimidating, so we’ve created a series of sessions for you to dabble in this art form without making a huge commitment. Each class focuses on different techniques to create different types of paintings. All classes start with how to apply paint, mix colors and other basic techniques. You will go home with an 11"x14” completed painting! All supplies are included. Instructor: Carol Chirafisi Location: VVAC Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE THEME 109009A Feb 15 Sa 9:30am-12pm 18+ Sweetheart Blossoms 109009B Mar 21 Sa 9:30am-12pm 18+ Blustery Lane 109009C Apr 18 Sa 9:30am-12pm 18+ Springtime Umbrellas 109009D May 16 Sa 9:30am-12pm 18+ Cottage on the Meadow

Oil Painting

Learn the basics of oil painting or brush up on the skills you already have. This class guides you in traditional oil painting techniques, color mixing and composition with individual attention and demonstrations as needed. Students provide their own supplies and canvas. Supply list is printed on your receipt. Instructor: Carol Chirafisi Location: VVAC Fee: $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109957A Feb 3-24 M 11am-1pm 18+ 109957B Mar 9-30 M 11am-1pm 18+ 109957C Apr 20-May 11 M 11am-1pm 18+

Intro to Oil Painting

Are you interested to learn how to paint beautifully with oils? This introductory level class is designed to guide in you in traditional and fundamental oil painting techniques, color mixing and composition in a relaxed setting. The instructor will work with each student based on their current skill level and individual needs. Students provide their own supplies and canvas. Supply list is printed on your receipt. Instructor: Carol Chirafisi Location: VVAC Fee: $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110900A Feb 4-25 Tu 6-8pm 18+ 110900B Mar 10-31 Tu 6-8pm 18+ 110900C Apr 7-28 Tu 6-8pm 18+ 110900D May 5-26 Tu 6-8pm 18+

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Drawing with Carol

Develop your drawing skills through guided practice in creating basic forms by using line, values and textures used in drawing from life. Pencil, charcoal and pen and ink on good quality drawing paper is used. As Stevan Dohanos said, “The artist’s hand is the extension of his (her) eye.” Supply list is attached to your receipt. Instructor: Carol Chirafisi Location: VVAC Fee: $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109940A Feb 4-25 Tu 9:30-11:30am 18+ 109940B Mar 10-31 Tu 9:30-11:30am 18+ 109940C Apr 7-28 Tu 9:30-11:30am 18+ 109940D May 5-26 Tu 9:30-11:30am 18+

Art Exploration for Adults

The VVAC is offering an open painting class to include oils, watercolors or acrylics where students may pursue their areas of interest. Direct instruction and demos are included as needed for all students. Beginners as well as experienced artists learn with us and have fun. This is a great class for beginners to experiment and learn about the basics in different mediums, and experienced artists can transition to new mediums and incorporate new mediums into mediums they already know. Basic supplies in most mediums are available to use. Instructor: Carol Chirafisi Location: VVAC Fee: $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109114A Feb 3-24 M 1:30-3:30pm 18+ 109114B Mar 9-30 M 1:30-3:30pm 18+ 109114C Apr 20-May 11 M 1:30-3:30pm 18+

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Beginning Acrylic Painting Workshops


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Water Color Painting with Carmelo

Sip & Paint Saturday’s - Canvas Painting

Scratch Boarding

Ladies Night Out - Wine Glass Painting

Looking for a fun way to lose your fear of painting? Join me as I help you explore simple water color techniques. Patterns for paintings are provided and each student’s work will be unique. Consider this class a “springboard” to a new and exciting life as an artist. Instructor: Carmelo Schifano Location: VVAC Fee: $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109950A Feb 7-28 F 10am-12pm 18+ 109950B Mar 6-27 F 10am-12pm 18+ 109950C Apr 3-24 F 10am-12pm 18+ 109950D May 8-29 F 10am-12pm 18+ Scratch Art is a graphic technique used to create value drawings. Scratch board is a paper (or foil) board that is covered with wax or gesso and coated over with black ink. The most common is a black-and-white technique. Learn how to use scratch tools to create a variety of drawings by scratching off the black ink and revealing the board beneath. Instructor: Carmelo Schifano Location: VVAC Fee: $30 R / $39 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109403A Feb 7-28 F 12-1pm 18+ 109403B Mar 6-27 F 12-1pm 18+ 109403C Apr 3-24 F 12-1pm 18+ 109403D May 8-29 F 12-1pm 18+

Colored Pencil

This class is for beginners looking to explore art, and more advanced students looking to delve deeper into this art form. Students learn to understand and execute the basic principles involved in creating tight, realistic colored pencil renderings. The importance of beginning with an accurate drawing is stressed before proceeding to color. Subject matter is open to choice. Instructor: Tony Crnkovich Location: VVAC Fee: $45 R / $58 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109995A Feb 7-28 F 1-3pm 18+ 109995B Mar 6-27 F 1-3pm 18+ 109995C Apr 3-24 F 1-3pm 18+ 109995D May 8-29 F 1-3pm 18+

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Head over to the VVAC for a night of art therapy by creating and painting your take home 12x16 canvas. The VVAC instructor will guide you step-by-step on painting your masterpiece. Bring a smock or apron and get ready for a relaxing time. Red and white wine is available to enjoy during the workshop (limit 2 servings per person). Instructor: Marlo Steinke Location: VVAC Fee: $35 R / $46 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109936A Feb 8 Sa 6-8pm 21+ 109936B Apr 11 Sa 6-8pm 21+ 109936C May 9 Sa 6-8pm 21+ Bring a friend and enjoy an evening in the art gallery of the historic Vogt house for some Friday night fun! Sip on wine while painting a wine glass with a choice of easy-to-follow pattern. An artist is there to help guide your process to create your unique hand painted wine glass! Red and white wine is available for you to enjoy during the workshop (limit 2 servings per person). Instructor: Marlo Steinke Location: VVAC Fee: $35 R / $46 NR ($10 for additional painting/glass) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 111040A Feb 21 F 6-8pm 21+ 111040B Mar 27 F 6-8pm 21+ 111040C Apr 3 F 6-8pm 21+ 111040D May 8 F 6-8pm 21+

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Tinley Park Community Theater with Covered Bridge Theaters

Community Theater presents Evelyn in Purgatory

(Dark comedy) By Topher Payne When complaints are filed against Chicago Public School teachers, they’re sent to a Reassignment Center where they wait for months or longer for their cases to be reviewed. Evelyn Reid lands in “the rubber room,” where she encounters a group of teachers who have lost any hope of returning to a classroom. Over the course of the school year, these colleagues form an unlikely alliance, reminding each other of forgotten passions. They emerge ready to face life outside in unexpected new directions. They also learn French and workshop a screenplay. Director: Daniel Wm. DeWalt, Artistic/Executive Director, Covered Bridge Theaters Location: Tinley Park Performing Arts Center PROGRAM # AUDITION DAY/TIME AGE 109944A* Jan 25 Sa 3-5:30pm 18+ *Please note: no program fee for the actors DATE DAY/TIME TICKET SALES Rehearsals: Feb 6-Apr 9 Th 7:30-9:30pm Starting April 6, $12 general admission tickets for Rehearsals: Feb 8-Apr 11 Sa 3:30-5:30pm Tech Rehearsal: Apr 15 W 6:30-9:30pm (approx) Community Theater performances can be purchased at the Recreation Center, Dress Rehearsal: Apr 16 Th 6-9:30pm (approx) www.tinleyparkdistrict.org or at the Tinley Park Performances: Apr 17 F 7pm Performing Arts Center box office 30 minutes Apr 18 Sa 7pm prior to show (if tickets remain). Apr 19 Su 3pm .

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The Community Theater program at the Tinley Park-Park District is a long-standing adult program that welcomes seasoned and novice actors on stage each Spring and Fall. If you’re new to the stage, let us help you develop your talents into the skills you’ll need for the best of classic and contemporary theater. Auditions consist of a short interview and a reading of a brief monologue from the play. Please bring a list of your schedule conflicts as well as your clothing sizes to the audition. Call (708) 342-4200 to be added to the audition list or for additional information. We look forward to meeting you!


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Kidz, Children, Teen & Musical Theater

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No previous acting experience is required. You must register prior to the audition date; those who register late are put on a wait list. A parent must accompany children to auditions with clothing sizes and a list of schedule conflicts. Cast and family members help with all aspects of the production including set design, props, costumes, etc. All cast members must attend tech and dress rehearsals, and all performances—no exceptions. Registration fee includes one t-shirt. General admission show tickets are $8 per person (children 2 and under are free/sit on lap). A maximum of four (4) tickets are available for purchase during the “pre-sale” for cast members only at the Recreation Center. Public ticket sale opens 2 weeks prior to shows.

Kidz Theater presents: Around the World in 8 Plays

(Comedy/Adventure) by Patrick Greene & Jason Pizzarello In eight fast-paced, hilarious tales, a guide of players will take the audience around the world to explore myths and legends unique to each location—heroes and orphans, a dragon king and witches, even a giant centipede are all part of the fun! This play is full of quirky tales of magic and mystery with a moral. The players learn the basics of theatre, including public speaking and teamwork. Directors: Christina Halleran and Leslie Peternell, Covered Bridge Playhouse Location: McCarthy Recreation Building/Tinley Park Performing Arts Center Fee: $58 R / $75 NR PROGRAM # AUDITION DAY DATE/TIME AGE 102902A Sa Feb 1 9-10:30am 6-9 (or with Director’s consent) DATE DAY/TIME Rehearsals: Feb 9-Mar 29 Su 10am-12pm Rehearsals: Feb 11-Mar 31 Tu 4:30-6pm Tech Rehearsal: Apr 2 Th 4:30-6pm (approx) TICKET SALES Dress Rehearsal: Apr 3 F 4:30-6pm (approx) Starting March 23, $8 general admission tickets Cast Party & for Kidz Theater performances can be Awards Ceremony: Apr 5 Su 11:30am-1pm purchased at the Recreation Center, Performances: Apr 4 Sa 6pm (5pm cast) www.tinleyparkdistrict.org or at the Tinley Park Apr 5 Su 2pm (1pm cast) Performing Arts Center box office 30 minutes prior to show (if tickets remain).

Children Theater presents: Camp Stowaways

(Comedy/Drama) By Tracy Poverstein Although summer camp usually means a lot of fun, that’s not the case at Camp Libertas where Major Marjorie and Miss Angie intend to transform the campers into young adults whether they like it or not. That means giving up their stuffed animals…but the walking, talking, cuddly toys are not having it! They’re going to fight to stay with their kids! This is a coming-of-age lesson in security and unconditional love that manages to dole out some excellent laughs along the way. Learn new skills and have a great time! Directors: Christina Halleran and Leslie Peternell, Covered Bridge Playhouse Location: McCarthy Recreation Building/Tinley Park Performing Arts Center Fee: $58 R / $75 NR PROGRAM # AUDITION DAY DATE/TIME AGE 109902A Sa Feb 1 10:30am-12pm 9-13 (or with Director’s consent) DATE DAY/TIME Rehearsals: Feb 15-May 9 Sa 9-11:30am Performances: May 15 F 6pm (4:30pm cast) May 16 Sa 4:30pm (3:30pm cast) May 17 Su 2pm (1pm cast)

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(Comedy/Horror) By Flip Kobler & Cindy Marcus The works of Edgar Allen Poe are bone chilling, dark and depressing. This adaptation weaves together several of Poe’s most well known pieces into…a teen comedy? When their bus breaks down, a group of students on a field trip is forced to stay the night in the creepy house of Usher with the Usher family ghosts and other characters from Poe classics. Join us for some serious laughs, along with some life lessons, while we try to survive the night with the class! Loosely based on “The Fall of the House of Usher.” Directors: Christina Halleran and Leslie Peternell, Covered Bridge Playhouse Location: McCarthy Recreation Building/Tinley Park Performing Arts Center Fee: $58 R / $75 NR PROGRAM # AUDITION DAY DATE/TIME AGE 109906A Sa Feb 1 12:30-2pm 13-18 (or with Director’s consent) DATE DAY/TIME Rehearsals: Feb 15-May 9 Sa 12-2:30pm Performances: May 15 F 8:30pm (7pm cast) May 16 Sa 7pm (6pm cast) May 17 Su 4:30pm (3:30pm cast)

BOTH CHILDREN AND TEEN THEATER PLAYS: DATE Tech Rehearsal: May 13 Dress Rehearsal: May 14 Cast Party & Awards Ceremony: May 16

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Starting May 4, $8 general admission tickets for Childrens & Teen Theater performances can be purchased at the Recreation Center, www.tinleyparkdistrict.org or at the Tinley Park Performing Arts Center box office 30 minutes prior to show (if tickets remain).

Musical Theater presents: The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales

(Comedy/Musical) By John Glore Giants, barnyard animals with attitudes and some seriously stinky cheese are just the beginning in this silly adaptation of a quintessential children’s book of fractured fairy tales. You know the stories, ranging from “Chicken Little” to “The Gingerbread Man,” but you haven’t seen them quite like this. Join us in this musical romp filled with plenty of fun new music! Please prepare 18 bars of a song for your audition. Directors: Christina Halleran and Leslie Peternell, Covered Bridge Playhouse Location: McCarthy Recreation Building/Tinley Park Performing Arts Center Fee: $58 R / $75 NR PROGRAM # AUDITION DAY DATE/TIME AGE 109205A Sa Feb 1 2-5pm 9-15 (or with Director’s consent) DATE DAY/TIME Rehearsals: Feb 10-Apr 20 M 4:30-6:30pm Rehearsals: Feb 3-Apr 23 Th 4:30-6:30pm Tech Rehearsal: Apr 30 Th 4:30-6:30pm (approx) TICKET SALES Dress Rehearsal: May 1 F 4:30-6:30pm (approx) Starting April 20, $8 general admission tickets Cast Party & for Musical Theater performances can be Awards Ceremony: May 3 Su 11:30am-1pm purchased at the Recreation Center, Performances: May 2 Sa 6pm (5pm cast) www.tinleyparkdistrict.org or at the Tinley Park May 3 Su 2pm (1pm cast) Performing Arts Center box office 30 minutes prior to show (if tickets remain).

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Teen Theater presents: Usher-A Totally Teen Comedy


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Performing Arts Classes CREATIVE ARTS

In conjunction with Covered Bridge Studios, the Park District offers various acting classes for all ages. Most Covered Bridge classes conclude with a free performance from the materials learned during the program. The winter performance is scheduled on the evening of Wednesday, March 18 and the spring performance scheduled on Thursday, May 7 in the McCarthy Recreation Building. For questions or additional information, contact Mr. DeWalt at (708) 371-5432 or MyCoveredBridge@aol.com.

Comedy & Drama Improv

Have fun while developing ensemble acting, communication and creative skills through theater games and exercises. Learn improvisational methods created at Second City. This Conservatory Program consists of five levels: beginner through graduate. (Graduates audition for KIDZ ON THE BRIDGE Comedy Improv Troupe and adults audition for GRAFFITI ON THE FOURTH WALL, and all star in our TV series, YES AND…IMPROV ON THE COVERED BRIDGE.) Instructor: Daniel Wm. DeWalt, Playwright and Artistic/Executive Director, Covered Bridge Studios Location: Tinley Park Performing Arts Center Fee: $95 R / $124 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE LEVEL 109903A Feb 5-Mar 11 W 6-7:30pm *10+ Intermediate (*must complete Beginner level) 109903B Feb 5-Mar 11 W 7:30-9pm *10+ Senior (*must have completed Advanced level) 109903C *Mar 25-May 6 W 6-7:30pm *10+ Advanced (*must complete Intermediate level) 109903D *Mar 25-May 6 W 7:30-9pm *10+ Graduate (*must have completed Senior level) *Please note: no class on Apr 29; *or with instructor’s consent

Acting, Improv & Fun For Younger Children

In this ongoing program, children learn all types of acting including theatre, film and television commercials along with drama, comedy and improv. All material is suitable level for this age group. This class complements our Kidz and Children’s theater plays. Participation in this class allows students to join our conservatory improv program at the intermediate level (bypassing the beginner level), regardless of age. No previous acting experience is required. Instructor: Daniel Wm. DeWalt, Playwright and Artistic/ Executive Director, Covered Bridge Studios Location: Recreation Center Fee: $95 R / $124 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109914A Mar 26-Apr 30 Th 5:30-7pm 6-9

Write This Way (Writers' Group)

This non-traditional program is both a creative writing course and a writer’s support group. We’ll work on fiction, memoir, non-fiction, screenplays, theatrical plays and more. Learn the best format to suite your story, how to construct strong characters, develop a plot that moves forward, grasp your readers’ interest and eliminate writers block. Create mounting conflict, dynamic dialogue, convincing point of view, lively action, hair-raising suspense and powerful voice. No creative writing experience required. Instructor: Daniel Wm. DeWalt, Author & Playwright, Covered Bridge Studios Location: McCarthy Recreation Bldg Fee: $95 R / $124 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109998A Feb 18-May 5 Tu (1st and 3rd) 7:30-9pm 14+ or with instructor’s consent

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NEW!

Improv is used as a tool to build soft skills in both business and social life. Find out how to use improv to collaborate, build and have fun. No previous improv or acting experience required. Instructor: Sarah Denton Location: Recreation Center Fee: $50 R / $65 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109709A Apr 18 Sa 1-4pm 16+ or with instructor’s consent

Breaking Into Professional Acting

Find out how children or adults get acting work in film, theatre, commercials or television! Learn from a working producer, actor, director and writer with credits on stage, in film and television, how to begin or continue your journey into this amazing field. Materials and professional contact information are passed out and bring your questions – we’re sure you have lots of them. Fee is for one adult or one adult with one child. Children 14 and under must have an adult with them. No acting experience required. Instructor: Daniel Wm. DeWalt, Author & Playwright, Covered Bridge Studios Location: McCarthy Recreation Building Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109990A Feb 4 Tu 7-8:30pm *All *Please note: children 14 and under must have an adult with them (included in fee)

Creating the Sitcom

A variation of Long Form Improv where fun and creativity are emphasized as students form ‘creative talent teams’ to develop their own situation comedy. Everything from concept to finished production are taught and an episode of their show will be ready to perform by the class at the end of the term. A very creative and entertaining program. For students who have finished Comedy Improv Beginner Level or with consent of instructor. Instructor: Daniel Wm. DeWalt, Author & Playwright, Covered Bridge Studios Location: Recreation Center Fee: $95 R / $124 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109901A Mar 24-Apr 28 Tu 6-7:30pm 10+ or with instructors consent

Improv Tune-Up

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Open to all individuals with various levels of improv training. Build stronger characters and optimize your scene work. Our instructor will help you discover your strengths and weaknesses and how to play at the top of your game. Instructor: Josh Blair Location: Recreation Center Fee: $50 R / $65 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109708A Mar 7 Sa 1-4pm 14+ or with instructor’s consent

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Improv for Fun and Team Building


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Daytime Line Dancing – Beginner

Evening Line Dancing – Beginner

Daytime Line Dancing - Intermediate

Evening Line Dancing – Intermediate

This introductory class is for those who want to learn linedancing steps at a slower pace. Each thirty-minute class will cover steps for three different songs at a beginner level. Join us and learn something new! Instructor: Dee Ulrich Location: Recreation Center Fee: $15 R / $20 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 108003A Mar 11-Apr 1 W 11:15-11:45am 18+ 108003B Apr 8-29 W 11:15-11:45am 18+ 108003C May 6-27 W 11:15-11:45am 18+ This class is for those who love to dance, have previous dance experience and are familiar with line dance steps. Instructor: Dee Ulrich Location: Recreation Center Fee: $30 R / $39 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 108818A Feb 5-26 W 12-1:15pm 18+ 108818B Mar 11-Apr 1 W 12-1:15pm 18+ 108818C Apr 8-29 W 12-1:15pm 18+ 108818D May 6-27 W 12-1:15pm 18+

Tap Dancing

Get those toes tapping for some fun and good oldfashioned exercise! Adult tap class is for the beginner and for those who have danced before. Everyone learns brushes to time steps. Wear comfortable clothes and tap shoes. Students can purchase the shoes on their own or see the instructor for purchase. Instructor: Yvonne Arthur Location: Recreation Center Fee: $62 R / $81 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 108819A Feb 11-Mar 31 Tu 6-6:45pm 21+ 108819B Feb 12-Apr 1 W 10:15-11am 21+ 108819C Apr 7-May 26 Tu 6-6:45pm 21+ 108819D Apr 8-May 27 W 10:15-11am 21+

Jazz Dance

Come dance with us to the jazz style of some of the great musical productions: West Side Story, Chicago and a Chorus Line. Jazz dancing is great exercise and helps with flexibility. It is fun, energetic and displays the dancer’s individual style. Wear comfortable clothes. Check with instructor regarding shoes. Instructor: Yvonne Arthur Location: Recreation Center Fee: $62 R / $81 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 109023A Feb 11-Mar 31 Tu 7-7:45pm 21+ 109023B Feb 12-Apr 1 W 11:15am-12pm 21+ 109023C Apr 7-May 26 Tu 7-7:45pm 21+ 109023D Apr 8-May 27 W 11:15am-12pm 21+

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Beginners, don't be shy! No need for a partner for this fun class filled with a variety of dance styles and music. This healthy, low-impact dance and exercise program is sure to be a hit! Instructor: Ray Ulrich Location: Recreation Center Fee: $15 R / $20 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 108004A Mar 11-Apr 1 W 4:45-5:15pm 18+ 108004B Apr 8-29 W 4:45-5:15pm 18+ 108004C May 6-27 W 4:45-5:15pm 18+ This healthy, low-impact dance and exercise program is sure to be a hit! This class is for those who love to dance, have previous dance experience and are familiar with line dance steps. Instructor: Ray Ulrich Location: Recreation Center Fee: $30 R / $39 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 108817A Mar 11-Apr 1 W 5:30-6:45pm 18+ 108817B Apr 8-29 W 5:30-6:45pm 18+ 108817C May 6-27 W 5:30-6:45pm 18+

Irish Dance

Irish step dancing is fun! Learn the basics of this traditional art that helps to improve balance and coordination. Please wear shorts, t-shirt and socks to class. Ballet shoes are optional. Instructor: Blackbird Academy Staff Location: Blackbird Academy Fee: $114 R / $149 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102201A Feb 12-Apr 1 W 4:30-5:15pm 5-12 102201B Apr 15-Jun 3 W 4:30-5:15pm 5-12

Ballroom Dance

Let’s dance! It’s good for your mind, body and soul! Learn the basics of the fox trot, waltz, rumba and swing. Become comfortable on the dance floor at weddings and other social functions. If possible, please wear leather sole shoes. In order to register for the advanced class you should have completed beginning or have had ballroom dance instruction in the past. Registration is per couple. Instructor: Becky Simon Location: Recreation Center Fee: $53 R (per couple) / $69 NR (per couple) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 114410A Feb 10-Mar 16 M 7-7:55pm 16+ 114410B Feb 10-Mar 16 M 8-8:55pm 16+ 114410C Mar 30-May 4 M 7-7:55pm 16+ 114410D Mar 30-May 4 M 8-8:55pm 16+ *Please note: A&C-Beginners; B&D-Advanced

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The Tinley Park-Park District offers private, 30-minute piano lessons. Fee includes eight lessons. The Park District will continue to offer piano lessons in each seasonal brochure so that students may continue with their lessons. Each student must have a keyboard or piano at home on which to practice. Instructor: Michelle Podewell Location: McCarthy Recreation Building Age: 6+ Fee: $220 R / $286 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME 102293A *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 3:30-4pm 102293B *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 4-4:30pm 102293C *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 4:30-5pm 102293D *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 5-5:30pm 102293E *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 5:30-6pm 102293F *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 6-6:30pm 102293G *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 6:30-7pm 102293H *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 7-7:30pm 102293I *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 7:30-8pm 102293J *Feb 12-Apr 8 W 8-8:30pm 102293K *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 3:30-4pm 102293L *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 4-4:30pm 102293M *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 4:30-5pm 102293N *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 5-5:30pm 102293O *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 5:30-6pm 102293P *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 6-6:30pm 102293Q *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 6:30-7pm 102293R *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 7-7:30pm 102293S *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 7:30-8pm 102293T *Apr 15-Jun 10 W 8-8:30pm *Please note: no class Mar 25, Jun 3

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Piano Lessons

Acoustic Guitar

Each session includes eight, 30-minute private lessons. The instructor, Steve Lawler, has over 30 years professional experience and is certified by the Suzuki Association of the Americas. He has taught guitar using both Suzuki and traditional methods at local fine arts schools since 2002. Each student must have either a nylon or steel string guitar for class and for practice at home. Students will be asked to purchase a music book (and a CD if using the Suzuki method) from a local or online music store. Instructor: Steve Lawler Location: McCarthy Recreation Building Age: 6+ Fee: $203 R / $264 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME 102287A Mar 7-Apr 25 Sa 9-9:30am 102287B Mar 7-Apr 25 Sa 9:30-10am 102287C Mar 7-Apr 25 Sa 10-10:30am 102287D Mar 7-Apr 25 Sa 10:30-11am 102287E Mar 7-Apr 25 Sa 11-11:30am 102287F Mar 7-Apr 25 Sa 11:30am-12pm 102287G Mar 7-Apr 25 Sa 12-12:30pm 102287H Mar 7-Apr 25 Sa 12:30-1pm 102287I Mar 7-Apr 25 Sa 1-1:30pm 102287J May 9-Jun 27 Sa 9-9:30am 102287K May 9-Jun 27 Sa 9:30-10am 102287L May 9-Jun 27 Sa 10-10:30am 102287M May 9-Jun 27 Sa 10:30-11am 102287N May 9-Jun 27 Sa 11-11:30am 102287O May 9-Jun 27 Sa 11:30am-12pm 102287P May 9-Jun 27 Sa 12-12:30pm 102287Q May 9-Jun 27 Sa 12:30-1pm 102287R May 9-Jun 27 Sa 1-1:30pm 102288A *Mar 10-May 5 Tu 3:30-4pm 102288B *Mar 10-May 5 Tu 4-4:30pm 102288C *Mar 10-May 5 Tu 4:30-5pm 102288D *Mar 10-May 5 Tu 5-5:30pm 102288E *Mar 10-May 5 Tu 5:30-6pm 102288F May 12-Jun 30 Tu 3:30-4pm 102288G May 12-Jun 30 Tu 4-4:30pm 102288H May 12-Jun 30 Tu 4:30-5pm 102288I May 12-Jun 30 Tu 5-5:30pm 102288J May 12-Jun 30 Tu 5:30-6pm *Please note: no class Mar 24

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Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center

Room

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Rentals

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Brickyard Room

Kitchen


Water Babies

Group Swim

Water Tikes

Private Swim Lessons

Parent and Child American Red Cross Aquatics helps young children get ready to swim by emphasizing fun in the water. Parents and children participate in several guided practice sessions that help children learn elementary swimming skills, including water entry, bubble blowing, front kicking, back floating, underwater exploration and more. This program fosters a high comfort level and builds confidence while teaching parent safety information and techniques to help you orient your children in the water. Parent(s) will be in the water. Swim diapers are required under bathing suit. Location: Tinley Fitness Fee: $48 R / $68 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 112100A Feb 10-Mar 4 M,W 5:45-6:15pm 6 mo-3 112100B Mar 16-Apr 8 M,W 5:45-6:15pm 6 mo-3 112100C Apr 20-May 13 M,W 5:45-6:15pm 6 mo-3 112100D *Mar 7-May 2 Sa 9-9:30am 6 mo-3 *Please note: no class Apr 11 American Red Cross Preschool Swim Program is designed for ages 4 and 5. Children learn water safety, survival skills and foundational swimming concepts in a safe and fun environment. Water Tikes has 3 levels preparing your child for the Learn-to-Swim program. Skills are age-appropriate, allowing students to achieve success on a regular basis. The parent's participation in the water is based on your child's ability and level assigned. Parents should always be prepared to enter the water, especially on the first day of class. Location: Tinley Fitness Fee: $50 R / $70 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 112108A Feb 10-Mar 4 M,W 5:45-6:15pm 4-5 112108B Mar 16-Apr 8 M,W 5:45-6:15pm 4-5 112108C Apr 20-May 13 M,W 5:45-6:15pm 4-5 112108D *Mar 7-May 2 Sa 9-9:30am 4-5 *Please note: no class Apr 11

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American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program is unlike anything offered by other learning to swim programs. Comprised of six levels designed for children 6 years through 12 years. Children progress through the levels at their own pace, mastering the skills in one level before advancing to the next. Each level of our Learnto-Swim class includes training in basic water safety and helping others in an emergency, in addition to stroke development. During the first day of class abilities will be assessed and children will be placed in appropriate groups. Location: Tinley Fitness Fee: $70 R / $100 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 112200A Feb 10-Mar 4 M,W 6:25-7:10pm 6-12 112200B Mar 16-Apr 8 M,W 6:25-7:10pm 6-12 112200C Apr 20-May 13 M,W 6:25-7:10pm 6-12 112200D *Mar 7-May 2 Sa 9:40-10:25am 6-12 *Please note: no class Apr 11 Private swim lessons are 1-on-1 for all ages and abilities. It's never too late to learn how to swim or gain that competitive edge. These lessons are scheduled any day of the year when the pool is open for lap swimming. Only 15 spots will be open for registration. A manager will contact you to schedule your lessons at a mutually agreed upon time, lessons will not begin until on or after Feb 3. Once registration is filled, a waitlist will be created. If an instructor becomes available you may be contacted for scheduling. The package includes 6 lessons, each a halfhour in length. Location: Tinley Fitness Pool Fee: $95 R / $130 NR PROGRAM # 112218A

Mermaid & Merman Clinic

Turn two feet into one tail at Mermaid University! This class will teach you how to care for your tail and swim like a real mermaid! Learn to float, twirl, spin and swim safely. The design of the class is 1 hour of instruction, 1 hour of exploration. Swimmers must be comfortable under water and able to swim without assistance (Level 3). Tails are required – let us order one for you! We highly encourage parent/guardian to swim with child (no fee for adult). If you have already taken a previous class and want to take your tail for a spin, come join us for the last hour of any session. Location: Tinley Fitness Pool Fee with Tail: $57 R / $65 NR Fee without Tail: $35 R / $45 NR *Fee for last hour of open swim: $5 PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 312006D Mar 20 F 6-8pm 6-14 112006A May 8 F 6-8pm 6-14 *312006H Mar 20 F 7-8pm 6-14 *112006B May 8 F 7-8pm 6-14

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AQUATICS

Aquatics

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED


Athletics

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Athletic Program and League Weather Hotline Number: (708) 342-4346 League Information Online

Both youth and adult league information is available online at tinleyparkdistrict.org. You can access the information by clicking on the “Sports League” tab, and then “All Youth and Adult Sports Leagues”. The site will provide general league information, schedules and league weather updates.

Field Rentals and Conditions

Several athletic fields throughout the Tinley Park-Park District are available for rentals. All field requests and paperwork must be submitted to the Athletic Supervisor, Ron Woodworth. If you have questions, please contact Ron at (708) 342-4200. Field conditions can also be found on our website at www.tinleyparkdistrict.org.

Recreation Center Batting Cage Rental

Looking to give your team a little more practice or just want to have some fun? Our batting cage will offer opportunities for all ages. Slow pitch to fast pitch baseball. Participants can even choose to forgo the pitching machine and give their arm a work out on the pitching mound. Rentals will include enough space in your own private room to have team meetings, go over fielding assignments or even run small drills while others are working on their swinging or pitching in the cage. Rental reservation requests require a minimum of four days advance notice. If you would like to request a rental, you must contact the Athletic Supervisor, Ron Woodworth, at (708) 342-4200. Rental requests are first comefirst served. Location: Recreation Center Group or Individual Fee: $13 R / $20 NR (per 30 minutes) Please note: Maximum of 12 people allowed in the room per time during rentals.

Volunteer Coaches

Many of our youth athletic programs depend on volunteer coaches. Coaching your child’s team offers many benefits such as teaching the value of good sportsmanship, learning about a sport along with your child and creating lifelong bonds with your child. We understand families are busy with school, work and other activities. Shared coaching is always possible. Not only will your child will make new friends, but you will too! When you see this symbol , please volunteer! Stop by the Rec Center front desk and fill out a Volunteer Coaching application. We offer voluntary certification courses making a head coach eligible for registration discounts. Contact the Athletic Supervisor, Ron Woodworth, at (708) 342-4208 for complete details. Thank you.

Refunds

Refunds may be pro-rated if uniforms and awards have been ordered or if the league has begun. Participants is contacted within one week from the program’s start date by the coach. They are able to provide the time and location of the first meeting.

Friendship Request Procedures

Participants are only allowed to make one request per league. We try to fulfill a reasonable number of friendship requests, but none are guaranteed. Those that are granted are limited in order to keep all teams evenly balanced. Siblings with the same last name and address are placed on the same team unless otherwise noted. Requests for specific coaches will not be honored. Requests made after the registration deadline will not be honored. Coaches are not allowed to make requests and their children will automatically be placed on their teams.

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Youth Athletic League Registration and Information


Youth Athletics

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Adult & Tot Sports Stop

Moms, Dads or any significant adult can play an integral part in helping their tot experience basic sports movement. Your tot will learn about soccer, basketball, t-ball and other sports in a nurturing environment with sports equipment used to introduce organized sports movement. Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Location: Freedom Park Fee: $34 R / $45 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106072A Apr 25-May 16 Sa 8:45-9:30am *2-3 *Please note: with adult

Adult & Tot Sports N’ Stories

Each week adults assist their youngsters learning processes as the children enjoy a mind-awakening story and play a body-challenging sport including t-ball, floor hockey, soccer, basketball and more. Children enhance listening skills, the ability to follow directions and overall physical development. Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $34 R / $45 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106116A Feb 5-26 W 4-4:45pm *2-3 106116B Mar 4-25 W 4-4:45pm *2-3 106116C Apr 1-22 W 4-4:45pm *2-3 *Please note: with adult

Pee Wee Olympics ATHLETICS

Calling all young Olympians! Boys and girls develop selfconfidence, learn about teamwork and sportsmanship and gain a variety of skills as they participate in soccer, gymnastics, basketball, floor hockey, track & field and other individual and team sports. Participants get to apply the skills they learn to exciting activities and game situations. On the last day participants showcase their abilities in a Mini Olympic Games Tournament. Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $34 R / $45 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106117A Feb 5-26 W 4:45-5:30pm 3-5 106117B Mar 4-25 W 4:45-5:30pm 3-5 106117C Apr 1-22 W 4:45-5:30pm 3-5

Parent/Child Fishing 101

NEW!

Learn the basics of fishing: how to cast, tie knots and safety of the wilderness. All participants must have an adult present. This is a great opportunity to learn what our local watering holes have to offer. The class is taught by a highly skilled instructor from Anglers Outlet. Instructor: Brad Jackson Location: Recreation Center Fee: $10 R ($5 R add'l child) / $13 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 111000A Mar 21 Sa 9-11am *3+ 111000B *Jun 6 Sa 9-11am *3+ *Please note: with adult; Jun 6 is held at Centennial Lake (weather permitting)

Stretch and Grow with Sports

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This fun filled class teaches youngsters teamwork and sportsmanship, while attempting to spark an interest in sports. Kids will get exercise by playing in a variety of sports and group activities. Adults are encouraged to participate. Instructor: Ian Wexell Location: Recreation Center Fee: $34 R / $45 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106105A Feb 8-Mar 7 Sa 9:45-10:30am 3-5 106105B Mar 14-Apr 11 Sa 9:45-10:30am 3-5

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Little Sluggers N’ Kiddie Kickers

Pee Wee Hoopsters N’ Headers

Boys and girls work on body coordination, agility, balance and self-confidence as they experience both the sports of soccer and basketball. Children will learn basic ball handling, passing, shooting and defense skills necessary for success in these two popular sports. Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $34 R / $45 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGERO 106120A Feb 5-26 W 6:15-7pm 4-6 106120B Mar 4-25 W 6:15-7pm 4-6 106120C Apr 1-22 W 6:15-7pm 4-6

ATHLETICS

Enjoy America’s favorite pastime in sports and playground games as we combine baseball and kickball into one exciting class. Boys and girls will learn the basic fundamentals used in both kickball and baseball such as running the bases, throwing, catching and fielding as well as the skills which are unique to each sport like hitting off of the tee and kicking the ball. Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $34 R / $45 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106119A Feb 5-26 W 5:30-6:15pm 3-5 106119B Mar 4-25 W 5:30-6:15pm 3-5 106119C Apr 1-22 W 5:30-6:15pm 3-5

Youth Athletics

Co-ed Kickball

Kickball (similar to baseball) is enjoyed by school age children. Basic rules are reviewed before each game. Teams are organized by Park District staff and we also will act as the home plate umpire so fun can be enjoyed by all. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: McCarthy Park Fee: $38 R / $50 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 106671A Mar 24-Apr 21 Tu 5-6pm 2-4

Co-ed Dodgeball

We’re looking for kids with a smile for this program. Participants are broken up into teams and play several different styles of dodgeball games throughout the evening. Safe and Soft “Gator-Skin” balls are used. The program also includes the ever popular “kids vs. adults” game. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $38 R / $50 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 106662A Feb 11-Mar 10 Tu 5:30-6:30pm 2-5

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Youth Athletics Co-ed Pre-K/Kindergarten Basketball League

Teams practice for about 30 minutes, followed by a 30-minute scrimmage game with another team. Each participant receives a basketball jersey to keep and competes in an eight game schedule. Participation awards are given out! Registration end S Feb 3 or when program is filled. Volunteer coaches are needed. Instructor: Volunteer Coaches Location: Recreation Center Fee: $65 R ($55 Add’l R) / $85 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106010A *Feb 15-Apr 11 Sa 9 or 10am 4-6 *Please note: no games on Mar 28

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High School Basketball League

Teams are formed by the Park District and play two 20-minute halves. The Park District supplies their own matching jerseys with numbers. Standings are kept and an end-of-the-year tournament is held with prizes. ISHA basketball players are not allowed to participate. Registration ends Feb 3 or when program is filled. Volunteer coaches are needed. Instructor: Volunteer Coaches Location: Recreation Center Fee: $70 R / $91 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106632A Feb 9-Apr Su 1, 1:50 or 2:40pm 14-19

Little Dunkers

This is the perfect program to learn the fundamentals of basketball and have lots of fun! Adults are encouraged to get involved. Each participant receives a Little Dunkers shirt. Instructor: Ian Wexell Location: Recreation Center Fee: $42 R / $55 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106108A Mar 14-Apr 11 Sa 11:30am-12:30pm 4-5

Junior Jammers

ATHLETICS

This is the next program to build on those beginner basketball skills. The first half of each class is practice of basic skills followed by 5-on-5 games. You do not have to attend Little Dunkers to join this program. Adults are encouraged to get involved in the fun. Each participant receives a Junior Jammers shirt. Instructor: Ian Wexell Location: Recreation Center Fee: $42 R / $55 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106109A Feb 8-Mar 7 Sa 11:30am-12:30pm 6-8

Youth Developmental Basketball Leagues

Teams will meet one or two times per week for an hour each time. Each participant receives a basketball jersey to keep and competes in an eight game schedule! Participation awards are given out and scores are kept at games! Registration will end Feb 3 or when program is filled. Volunteer coaches are needed. Instructor: Volunteer Coaches Location: Recreation Center Fee: $70 R ($60 Add’l R) / $91 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME 106630A Feb 18-Apr Tu, Th 5:30pm 106630B Feb 18-Apr Tu, Sa 6:30, 7:20 or 8:10pm (Tu)/10:30, 11:20am or 12:10pm (Sa) 106630C Feb 18-Apr Tu, Sa 6:30, 7:20 or 8:10pm (Tu)/10:30, 11:20am or 12:10pm (Sa) 106630D Feb 20-Apr Th, Sa 6:30, 7:20 or 8:10pm (Th)/10, 10:50, 11:40am (Sa) 106630E Feb 20-Apr Th, Sa 6:30, 7:20 or 8:10pm (Th)/10, 10:50, 11:40am (Sa) 106630F Feb 20-Apr Th, Sa 6:30, 7:20 or 8:10pm (Th)/10, 10:50, 11:40am (Sa)

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Youth Athletics

Girls Spring 3rd-5th Grade Volleyball League

Jane DeHaan and volunteer coaches host a volleyball camp for the first two weeks of this league where players will meet twice per week for an hour each time. Following the camp, teams will compete in a nine game schedule and meet one or two times per week for an hour each time. Each participant receives a team shirt and participation award. Registration ends Mar 2 or when program fills. Volunteer coaches are needed. Instructor: Jane DeHaan and Volunteer Coaches Location: Recreation Center Fee: $60 R ($50 Add’l R) / $78 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 106638A Mar 9-May M, F 6 or 7pm 3-5

Co-ed Spring 1st-2nd Grade Youth Developmental Volleyball League

Pee Wee Floor Hockey

Your little one will have fun learning the fundamentals of floor hockey. Kids will learn how to hold a hockey stick, shoot, pass and focus on teamwork while engaging in mini games. Every participant receives a shirt and award. Volunteer coaches are needed. Instructor: Volunteer Coaches Location: Recreation Center Fee: $24 R / $30 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106636A *Mar 9-Apr 13 M 5-5:45pm 3-4 106636B *Mar 12-Apr 16 Th 5-5:45pm 5-6 *Please note: no class on Mar 30 & Apr 2

Parent/Child Floor Hockey Game

You asked for it. You got it! Parents and kids join in on the action together in a pick-up style game with others. Players are given time to warm-up and practice. Officials and scorekeepers will help form teams and referee the game. We will provide all the equipment—all you need to do is show up! After the game, drinks and pizza are available. Gym shoes are mandatory. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $10 R (per person) / $13 NR (per person) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106112A Apr 3 F 7-8pm 7-10 and adult

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ATHLETICS

Jane DeHaan knows the necessary skills needed to spark the interest of volleyball in beginners. Basic volleyball skills are covered in the first 2 weeks as Jane and volunteer coaches host a volleyball camp. Following the camp, teams will compete in a six game schedule and meet one or two times per week for an hour each time. Each participant receives a team shirt and participation award. Registration ends Mar 2 or when program fills. Volunteer coaches are needed. Instructor: Jane DeHaan and Volunteer Coaches Location: Recreation Center Fee: $60 R ($50 Add’l R) / $78 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME GRADE 106111A Mar 9-May M, F 5pm 1-2


Youth Athletics

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Youth Co-ed T-Ball/Baseball Leagues

Teams meet one or two times per week for an hour each time and learn base running, throwing, hitting and fielding. Each participant receives an award, baseball hat and jersey to keep! Players need to have a baseball mitt. Registration ends Mar 30 or when program fills. Volunteer coaches are needed. Instructor: Volunteer Coaches Location: Bannes, Community and/or Pottawattomie Park Fee: $59 R ($49 Add’l R) / $77 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106615A *Apr 18-Jun M-Sa 5:30-6:30pm (M-F)/9am-1pm (Sa) 3-4 106615B *Apr 18-Jun M-Sa 5:30-6:30pm (M-F)/9am-1pm (Sa) 5-7 106615C *Apr 18-Jun M-Sa 5:30-6:30pm (M-F)/9am-1pm (Sa) 7-8 NEW! *Please note: no games or practices May 23 or 25

Little Swingers T-Ball

Youngsters learn the basics of t-ball and adults are encouraged to relive those days of sandlot baseball. A variety of throwing, hitting and running activities designed around the game of t-ball are incorporated into the class. Participants are welcome to bring a baseball mitt but it is not mandatory as we use soft nerf balls for catching purposes. Instructor: Ian Wexell Location: Recreation Center Fee: $34 R / $45 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106103A Feb 8-Mar 7 Sa 10:30-11:15am 3-5 106103B Mar 14-Apr 11 Sa 10:30-11:15am 3-5

Super Sluggers Baseball Camp

ATHLETICS

Our baseball camps are designed to teach the rules and mechanics of baseball in a fun and safe environment through a series of fun games that kids can relate to. Instruction will vary according to age level, but in all classes fitness, wellness and overall fun are emphasized! Participants must bring a baseball mitt to each session. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: McCarthy Park Fee: $55 R / $72 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106628A Apr 11-May 9 Sa 11am-12pm 3-4 106628B Apr 11-May 9 Sa 12-1pm 5-7 106628C Apr 11-May 9 Sa 1-2pm 8-10

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Spring Co-ed Soccer League

Teams will meet one or two times per week for an hour each time and majority of the games are held on Saturday. Every player receives a team uniform and an award from the Park District. Registration ends Feb 29 or when program fills. Volunteer coaches are needed. Instructor: Volunteer Coaches Location: Various Fields Fee: $65 R ($55 Add’l Resident) / $85 NR Day/Time: M,W,F or Sa 5:30-6:30pm (Weekday) 10am-2pm (Saturday) PROGRAM # DATE GRADE 106605A *Apr 20-Jun 1 106605B *Apr 20-Jun 2 106605C *Apr 20-Jun 3 106605D *Apr 20-Jun 4 106605E *Apr 20-Jun 5 106605F *Apr 20-Jun 6 106605G *Apr 20-Jun 7 NEW! 106605H *Apr 20-Jun 8 *Please note: no games May 23 or 25.

Just for Kicks Soccer

Adults and children will work together in this class learning the basics of soccer. Fun, teamwork and sportsmanship are emphasized. A variety of activities designed around the game of soccer are played each week. Instructor: Ian Wexell Location: Recreation Center Fee: $34 R / $45 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106626A Feb 8-Mar 7 Sa 9-9:45am 3-5 106626B Mar 14-Apr 11 Sa 9-9:45am 3-5

ATHLETICS

Pre-K/Kindergarten Co-ed Soccer League

Teams will practice for about 30 minutes, followed by a 32-minute scrimmage game with another team. Every player receives a team uniform and award from the Park District. Registration will end March 30 or when program fills. Volunteer coaches are needed. Instructor: Volunteer Coaches Location: Centennial/Community Fields Fee: $59 R / $77 NR ($49 Add’l Resident) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106604A *Apr 18-Jun Sa 9 or 10:15am 3-6 *Please note: no games May 23

Super Strikers Soccer

Participants will learn basic soccer skills, coordination and motor skills through a series of fun games that kids will enjoy. In each session, fitness, wellness and fun are emphasized! Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: Bristol Park Fee: $55 R / $72 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106664A Apr 14-May 12 Tu 4:45-5:30pm 3-4 106664B Apr 14-May 12 Tu 5:30-6:15pm 5-6 106664C Apr 14-May 12 Tu 6:15-7pm 7-9 106664D Apr 16-May 14 Th 4:45-5:30pm 3-4 106664E Apr 16-May 14 Th 5:30-6:15pm 5-6 106664F Apr 16-May 14 Th 6:15-7pm 7-9

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"Soccer is a magical game!" David Beckham

Mini Soccer Shots NEW!

Mini Soccer Shots is a high-energy program introducing children to fundamental soccer principles, such as using your feet, dribbling and the basic rules of the game. Through fun games, songs and positive reinforcement, children begin to experience the joy of playing soccer and being active. Instructor: Soccer Shots Instr. Location: A & B Recreation Center / C-Community Park Fee: $55 R / $72 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106224A Jan 29-Feb 26 W 5-5:30pm 2-3 106224B *Mar 11-Apr 15 W 5-5:30pm 2-3 106224C May 6-June 3 W 5-5:30pm 2-3 *Please note: no class Mar 25

Classic Soccer Shots NEW!

ATHLETICS

Soccer Shots Classic utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing and shooting. We also highlight a positive character trait each session such as respect, teamwork and appreciation. Those enrolled in am or pm Tot Time at Bettenhausen Rec Center are escorted to/from class (if needed; permission slip required). Instructor: Soccer Shots Instr. Location: A -J Recreation Center / K-Community Park Fee: $55 R / $72 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106255A Feb 11-Mar 10 Tu 11:30am-12:15pm 3-5 106255B Feb 12-Mar 11 W 11:30am-12:15pm 3-5 106255C Feb 11-Mar 10 Tu 12-12:45pm 3-5 106255D Feb 12-Mar 11 W 12-12:45pm 3-5 106255E Mar 31-Apr 28 Tu 11:30am-12:15pm 3-5 106255F Apr 1-29 W 11:30am-12:15pm 3-5 106255G Mar 31-Apr 28 Tu 12-12:45pm 3-5 106255H Apr 1-29 W 12-12:45pm 3-5 106255I Jan 29-Feb 26 W 5:35-6:20pm 3-5 106255J *Mar 11-Apr 22 W 5:35-6:20pm 3-5 106255K May 6-Jun 3 W 5:35-6:20pm 3-5 *Please note: no class Mar 25

Premier Soccer Shots NEW!

Premier Soccer Shots focuses on individual skill, fitness and sportsmanship, providing an opportunity for children to be challenged through fun games and team interaction. Children are also introduced to competition in a developmentally appropriate manner. Instructor: Soccer Shots Instr. Location: A & B Recreation Center / C-Community Park Fee: $55 R / $72 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106223A Jan 29-Feb 26 W 6:25-7:10pm 5-8 106223B *Mar 11-Apr 15 W 6:25-7:10pm 5-8 106223C May 6-Jun3 W 6:25-7:10pm 5-8 *Please note: no class Mar 25

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Golf classes are for the beginner through advanced player. All students receive instruction in a group format covering proper grip, stance, full swing, pitching, putting, safety, rules and etiquette. Lessons also include an on-course management class and a free pass for 9 holes of golf at White Mountain Golf Course. Students should bring a 7 iron to first class. Range balls cost $5 per class. Instructor: Dennis Piotrowski, PGA Professional Location: White Mountain Golf Course (9901 W. 179th St., Orland Park, IL) Fee: $65 R / $85 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106622A Apr 4-May 2 Sa 10-11am 6-10 106622B Apr 4-May 2 Sa 11am-12pm 11-17 106622C May 9-Jun 6 Sa 10-11am 6-10 106622D May 9-Jun 6 Sa 11am-12pm 11-17

NerfWars/Capture the Flag

Everyone loves a good game of capture the flag! Well, we have put a twist on this popular game by adding NerfWars into the mix. McCarthy Park is the perfect arena for this extreme game of capture the flag due to its ample tree cover, large playground and open area. You must supply your own labeled Nerf gun and darts. Game rules are provided at the event. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: McCarthy Park Fee: $15 R / $19 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106300A *May 2 Sa 10am-12pm 10-14 *Please note: May 9 (rain date)

Archery

Participants learn the parts of an arrow and recurve bow, the basics of using a recurve bow and fundamental shooting skills. Both technique and games are a part of the class. This class will also cover a beginner’s 9-step to the 10-ring progression. Blunt tipped arrows, bows and targets are provided. Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Location: Freedom Park Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106064A Apr 25-May 16 Sa 12:30-1:15pm 7-10 106064B Apr 25-May 16 Sa 1:15-2pm 11-14

Track, Field and Fitness

This program gets kids excited about exercise and teaches them about track and field. They learn the fundamentals for improving flexibility, proper stretching and other fitness concepts related to exercising and the jumping, running and throwing skills involved in track and field events. Boys and girls fitness games as well as sprints, relays and other track and field events. A fun-filled meet is held on the last day of the program. Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Location: Freedom Park Fee: $45 R / $59 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106070A Apr 25-May 16 Sa 2:15-3:15pm 5-8

ATHLETICS

Youth and Teen Golf Lessons

Lacrosse Camp

Join us in playing one of the fastest growing games in North America. This camp covers various lacrosse techniques including cradling, scooping, passing, catching, shooting and goalie skills. Young players learn the grip, wrist and arm action, stick position and other basic principles needed to perform these techniques. Lacrosse sticks are provided and participants in the 7-12 year old age group should bring a mouth guard to the camp. Instructor: SportsKids Inc. Location: Freedom Park Fee: $45 R / $59 NR (A) $68 R / $89 NR (B) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106644A Apr 25-May 16 Sa 9:30-10:30am 4-6 106644B Apr 25-May 16 Sa 10:30am-12pm 7-12

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Adult Athletic League Registration and Information

Entire fee is due at registration. Fees are based on a team registration. Full refunds are processed within one month for teams that secured a sponsorship. Full refunds are granted before the registration deadline only. After the registration deadline, a $50 fee is non-refundable. Refunds are not granted once the league meeting has been held. All league schedules are subject to change throughout the season. Teams could play on different days than registered for and double headers.

Adult Individual League Sign-up List

Want to play on one of our adult sport leagues, but you don’t have a team? Register yourself on our individual players list. If a team is looking for players or we have enough players to organize a team we will do the work for you! Please specify which league you are interested in during registration. Program # 406645A Location: Recreation Center Fee: Free

Adult Co-ed Volleyball Leagues

Bump, set and spike in our indoor volleyball leagues! Teams play one match per week, consisting of three games. Eight to nine matches are played throughout the season depending on league registration, plus playoffs. A total of 12 players may be on a team roster and a minimum of four players and a maximum of six players can be on the court. Teams need to consist of an equal or greater number of females on the court than males at all times. Fee includes equipment, referees and cash prizes. Registration ends Feb 29 or when program fills. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $310 per team PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106651A Mar 11-May W 6:15, 7:05, 7:55 or 8:45pm 18+(Recreational Teams) 106651B Mar 11-May W 6:15, 7:05, 7:55 or 8:45pm 18+(Int. B/C Teams)

Men’s Baseball Leagues ATHLETICS

Fee includes home plate umpire, prize money and baseballs. Teams may carry up to 28 players on their roster. All games are played at Freedom Park. Each team captain receives a full schedule at the league meeting. All teams are entered into a seasonending tournament. Full refunds are processed for teams that pay the registration fee themselves and then secure a sponsorship. Registration ends Apr 6 or when leagues fill. *Men’s 30 and Over League PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME FEE 106653A *April 20-Jul M-Th 7:45pm $1,400 per team *Please note: 12-14 games and wood bats only; no games May 25 *Men’s 18 and Over League NEW! PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME FEE 106687A *April 19-Aug Su 9:30am, 12, 2:30 $1,900 per team 5 or 7:30pm *Please note: 14-16 games and wood bats only; no games May 10, 24, Jun 21, Sep 6

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Adult Athletics

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Adult Softball League Information

Fee includes umpires, softballs and prize money! Leagues play under ASA and house rules. All 12” and 11” teams are required to certify all bats at the league meeting. Only 12 players are allowed to bat per game and 18 total players on a team roster. Weather permitting, leagues begin the last week in April and end in Jul. Games are played on various fields throughout Tinley Park. Season length is approximately 8-9 games for most leagues and 12-14 games for doubleheader leagues. Each team captain receives a full schedule at the league meeting. All teams will be entered into a season-ending tournament. Full refunds processed for teams that pay the registration fee themselves and then secure sponsorship. Registration ends Apr 13 or when leagues fill. Men’s 12” Leagues PROGRAM # LEAGUE STYLE DAY/TIME *106640A Doubleheaders Su 10am-12pm 106641A Doubleheaders Su 12-2pm 106642A Doubleheaders Su 2-4pm 106674A Single Games M 6:30, 7:35, 8:40 or 9:45pm *106074A Doubleheaders W 6:30-8:30 or 8:30-10:30pm 113629A Doubleheaders Tu or Th 6:30-8:30 or 8:30-10:30pm *Please note: no games May 10, May 23-25, Jun 21

FEE $680 per team $680 per team $680 per team $595 per team $780 per team $780 per team

AGE 18+ 18+ 18+ 18+ 18+ 18+

Men’s 16” Leagues PROGRAM # LEAGUE STYLE *106701A Single Games *106702A Over 50 106611A Rec/Single Games 106611B Comp/Single Games *106073A Single Games *Please note: no games May 25

FEE $680 per team $680 per team $680 per team $680 per team $680 per team

AGE 18+ 18+ 18+ 18+ 18+

*Co-ed 14” Leagues PROGRAM # LEAGUE STYLE DAY/TIME FEE 106613A Single Games Th 6:30, 7:35, 8:40 or 9:45pm $680 per team 106002A Single Games F 6:30, 7:35, 8:40 or 9:45pm $680 per team *Please note: teams consist of at least five women on the playing field and in the batting lineup Women’s 11” League PROGRAM # LEAGUE STYLE 106652A Single Games

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DAY/TIME W 7, 8:05 or 9:10pm

FEE $595 per team

AGE 18+

DAY/TIME Tu 7, 8:05 or 9:10pm

FEE $680 per team

AGE 18+

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DAY/TIME M 6:30-8:30 or 8:30-10:30pm Tu 6:30, 7:35, 8:40 or 9:45pm F 6:30, 7:35, 8:40 or 9:45pm F 6:30, 7:35, 8:40 or 9:45pm Su 6:30, 7:35, 8:40pm

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Co-ed 16” League PROGRAM # LEAGUE STYLE *106647A Single Games

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Snowball Softball Double Elimination Tournament

Don’t miss the 7th Annual Snowball Softball Tournament. Registration fee includes cash prizes, snow hats, umpires and softballs. Registration ends Jan 24 or when tournament fills. Maximum of 12 players are allowed to bat in the lineup. Location: Community Park Fee: $195 per team PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106620A *Feb 1 Sa 9am-6pm 18+ *Please note: weather date is Feb 15

Adult Floor Hockey Games

The Tinley Park-Park District is offering adult floor hockey pick-up games this winter. Players will be given time to warm-up and practice followed by a pick-up style game. Officials and scorekeepers help form teams and referee the game. House rules and official hockey rules are available each week. Participants who have goalie gear are welcome to bring it, but it is not mandatory. After the game, enjoy drinks and pizza. Gym shoes are mandatory. Location: Recreation Center Instructor: Athletic Staff Fee: $10 R / $13 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106101A Feb 21 F 7-8pm 18+ 106101B Mar 13 F 7-8pm 18+

Men’s Thursday Night Basketball League ATHLETICS

Teams will play eight to nine regular season games throughout the season depending on league registration. The top eight teams will compete in the playoffs. A total of 12 players may be on a team roster and a minimum of four players on the court. Fee includes equipment, referees and cash prizes. Teams will be required to provide their own jerseys/shirts with a 6” to 8” number visible on the back. Registration ends February 3 or when program fills. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $710 per team PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106657A Feb 20-May Th 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 or (if needed) 9:30pm 18+

Adult Co-ed Soccer League

Join us for some action-packed soccer on our turf field. All teams compete in a one-hour game and play 8-9 games throughout the season. Only the top four teams make the tournament. Teams are allowed 11 fielders (including the goalie) and only nine players on the field are allowed to be male. A total of 25 players may be on a team roster. Fee includes equipment, referees and prize money. Registration ends Mar 23 or when program fills. Location: Freedom Park Fee: $690 per team PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106648A *Apr 5-Jul Su 4, 5:10, 6:20, 7:30 or 8:40pm 18+ *Please note: no games Apr 12, May 10, May 24, Jun 21

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Adult Golf Lessons

Golf lessons are for the beginner through advanced player. All students will receive instruction in a group format covering proper grip, stance, full swing, pitching, putting, safety, rules and etiquette. Lessons will also include an on-course management class and a free pass for 9 holes of golf at White Mountain Golf Course. Students should bring a 7 iron to the first class. Range balls cost $5 per class. Instructor: Dennis Piotrowski, PGA Professional Location: White Mountain Golf Course Fee: $78 R / $102 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106629A Mar 31-Apr 28 Tu 6-7pm 18+ 106629B May 5-Jun 2 Tu 6-7pm 18+

Pickleball Open Play

Pickleball is a sport which combines the elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis using a paddle and a “waffle” like ball. Open Play will focus on basic skills such as paddle grip and swing, footwork, basic shots, body balance and rules in order to prepare you for Pickleball Games. Instruction will vary according to ability levels. Participants are encouraged to bring a paddle but it is not required. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: Recreation Center (A) / Community Tennis Courts (B) Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106209A April 22-May 20 W 7-9pm 18+ 106209B May 27-Jun 24 W 7-9pm 18+

Pickleball Doubles League

ATHLETICS

Pickleball is a sport which combines the elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis using a paddle and a “waffle” like ball. The first two weeks are “scheduled practice.” The league schedule starts Feb 23. Games consist of three matches up to 11 points or a time limit of 15 minutes per match. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $60 per team PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106209C Feb 9-Apr 19 Su 9am-12pm 18+

Indoor Wiffleball Tournament

Join us for a one-day, double elimination tournament in our gym. Team rosters can be between seven to ten players. Fee includes championship trophy, equipment and athletic staff to monitor the league rules. Registration ends Feb 10 or when tournament fills. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $100 per team PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106610A Feb 16 Su 2-8pm 18+

Co-Ed Kickball League

NEW!

Want to play in a fun and energetic league with minimal commitment? Players will be responsible for creating their own team/s. All teams compete in 8-9 games one hour games throughout the season. All teams make the playoffs. Teams are allowed eight fielders with the option to bat up to 12 players. A total of 25 players may be on a team roster. Fee includes equipment, umpires and prize money. Registration ends May 1 or when program fills. Instructor: Athletic Staff Location: Freedom Turf Fee: $310 per team PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 106801A May 13-Jul 22 W 6:30-9pm 18+

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Martial Arts

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Olympic Taekwondo

Students have the opportunity to improve concentration and self-esteem, achieve lifelong physical fitness and learn selfdefense skills. A uniform fee is required at the first class. Belt testing is offered through KH Kim Taekwondo at an additional fee and is held twice a year. All colored belt students are required to have complete sparring gear.

Little Dragons MARTIAL ARTS

The Little Dragons class is designed to captivate the interest of our youngest students. Skills are developed through gentle instruction and appropriate games. This class focuses on developing balance, coordination and respect for the discipline of martial arts training. A uniform fee of $45 is required at the first class.

Early Taekwondo

This program helps kids develop conditioning, coordination, listening skills and self-confidence through creative activities.

Youth Taekwondo

This program provides a balanced cardiovascular workout, including punching, kicking and blocking skills, using Taekwondo tradition and self-control. Participants will improve coordination, power of concentration, balance and physical and mental discipline.

Parent/Child Taekwondo

This class provides families with a fun opportunity to spend time together while improving physical and mental conditioning through cardiovascular drills, calisthenics and traditional Taekwondo techniques including punching, kicking and blocking.

Adult Taekwondo

Restricted to high school students and older, this program concentrates on Taekwondo techniques through the study of forms, stances and the skills of punching, kicking and blocking. Instructor: K.H. Kim Taekwondo Staff Location: Recreation Center PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE/LEVEL 110140A *Feb 13-Apr 9 Th 4:15-4:55pm 4-5/LIttle Dragons 110140B *Feb 13-Apr 9 Th 5:05-5:50pm 6-7/Early Taekwondo 110140C *Feb 13-Apr 9 Th 6-6:45pm 8-13/Youth Taekwondo 110140D *Feb 13-Apr 9 Th 6:55-7:40pm 7+/Parent/Child 110140E *Feb 13-Apr 9 Th 7:50-8:35pm 14+/Adult Taekwondo 110140F Apr 16-Jun 11 Th 4:15-4:55pm 4-5/Little Dragons 110140G Apr 16-Jun 11 Th 5:05-5:50pm 6-7/Early Taekwondo 110140H Apr 16-Jun 11 Th 6-6:45pm 8-13/Youth Taekwondo 110140I Apr 16-Jun 11 Th 6:55-7:40pm 7+/Parent/Child 110140J Apr 16-Jun 11 Th 7:50-8:35pm 14+/Adult Taekwondo *Please note: no class Mar 26

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Martial Arts

This basic Judo class will consist of warm up exercises, instruction on the proper way to take a fall when being thrown and some basic self-defense instruction as it relates to the art of Judo. Beginners should wear sweatpants and long-sleeved sweatshirts. Get rolling in this martial art form to increase your physical fitness and self-defense. Instructor: Dave Preston Location: Recreation Center PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE/LEVEL FEE 102208A *Feb 11-Apr 7 Tu 7-8pm 6+/Beg $67 R / $88 NR 102208B *Feb 11-Apr 7 Tu 8-9:30pm 6+/Inter $77 R / $100 NR 102208C Apr 14-Jun 2 Tu 7-8pm 6+/Beg $67 R / $88 NR 102208D Apr 14-Jun 2 Tu 8-9:30pm 6+/Inter $77 R / $100 NR *Please note: no class Mar 24

Shotokan Karate Club

Illinois Shotokan Karate Club is Chicagoland’s premier karate school taught under the instruction of John DiPasquale, a four-time National Champion, US National Coach and President of the US National Karate Federation. Beginner students will not be permitted to register into the current session after the second class has met. Registration for continuers through advanced students will be accepted after the start date, but the full class fee is required. Uniforms and Belt Testing are options available through the instructor. Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Club Staff Location: Recreation Center Fee: $146 R / $188 NR

Pre-Karate

In our Pre-Karate Safety classes, young children develop flexibility, strength and coordination in fun, yet disciplined activities. This program is specifically designed for growing minds and bodies to enhance memory and agility. Watch your child’s confidence blossom and their skills improve. PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE/LEVEL 102283A *Mar 4-Jun 3 W 4-4:45pm 4-7 Beginner (no experience) 102283B *Mar 4-Jun 3 W 4:50-5:35pm 4-7 Continuer (1+ sessions) *Please note: no class Mar 25

Youth/Adult Karate

ISKC’s Youth Karate classes will put children in touch with their bodies and offers a good mix of strength training, with cardiovascular and flexibility exercises. Children increase their coordination, agility and poise, as well as learn lasting personal safety skills. They also benefit from the mental stimulation of learning the choreographed moves of the kata and the discipline of conforming to the class rules. Our Adult classes release tension, develop total body fitness, build stamina and overall productivity! In addition to self-defense skills, karate increases flexibility, cardiovascular endurance and muscle tone, while improving core strength.

Parent/Child Karate

Parent/Child classes are a great way to spend quality time with your child, while conditioning muscles, developing coordination and improving cardiovascular fitness. Fees are per person. PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE/LEVEL 102228A *Mar 4-Jun 3 W 5:40-6:40pm *8-14/Beg/Continuer (white-red belts) 102228B *Mar 4-Jun 3 W 6:45-7:45pm *8-14/Novice (orange-blue belts) 102228C *Mar 4-Jun 3 W 7:50-8:50pm *8-14/Inter/Advanced (green belt and up) 102229A *Mar 4-Jun 3 W 5:40-6:40pm *15+ with parent Beg/Continuer (white-red belts) 102229B *Mar 4-Jun 3 W 6:45-7:45pm *15+ with parent/Novice (orange-blue belts) 102229C *Mar 4-Jun 3 W 7:50-8:50pm *15+ with parent/Inter/Adv (green belt & up) *Please note: no class Mar 25; Parent/Child, Youth and Adult classes will train together.

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Adults & Teens

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

The Pit Stop–Teen Center

Looking for something to do, a place to hang-out or meet new people? Drop in at the Bettenhausen Recreation Center’s “Pit Stop” Teen Center and see everything we have to offer! The Pit Stop is open on Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00-8:00 p.m. and Friday from 4:00-9:00 p.m. Play pool, air hockey, foosball, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Wii and much more. Check out our exergaming area blending fitness and fun in one! Watch for contests, special activity nights and more throughout the year, all included with your Rec Center membership or daily pass. There’s so much to do—come in today! Recreation Center membership or daily pass is required for entry. Pit Stop entrance is for participants in 6th-12th grade.

Looking for a place to throw a birthday party, hang out with your friends or just relax and have fun? The Pit Stop is the available to rent on Saturday and Sunday throughout the year. Rentals are two hours in length. An adult 21 years and older must be present throughout the rental. Equipment includes ping pong, billiards, Wii, Play Station 4, Xbox One, climbing wall, light wall, foosball and more! Pit Stop supervisors will be on hand to assist with equipment. Pit Stop rentals are for participants 10 years and older. For information and to book a rental contact Recreation Supervisor Meghan Fenlon at (708) 342-4213. Rentals must be made a minimum of 3 weeks in advance. Availability is first come-first served. Location: Recreation Center *Fee: $140 R / $185 NR *Please note: maximum of 25 people allowed in the room during rentals

Meet Me At The Movies

Join us every first Friday of the month for movies at the Teen Center. Come in and check it out! No registration is necessary. Recreation Center membership or daily pass is required for entry. Location: Recreation Center Fee: Free (with Rec Center membership or daily fee) DATE DAY/TIME GRADE Feb 7 F 7pm 6-12 Mar 6 F 7pm 6-12 Apr 3 F 7pm 6-12 May 1 F 7pm 6-12

Tournament Tuesdays

Our Teen Staff will organize a different tournament on select Tuesdays. Will it be pool or foosball, Madden or DDR? Stop by and enter in! Location: Recreation Center Fee: Free (with Rec Center membership or daily fee) DATE DAY/TIME GRADE Feb 11 Tu 7pm 6th-12th Mar 10 Tu 7pm 6th-12th Apr 14 Tu 7pm 6th-12th

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Schools Off! Hours at the Pit Stop

Make your school break and holidays happening at the Pit Stop’s extended school day off hours. Join us for pool, bingo, game tournaments, karaoke and much more. Hours may be adjusted if school is in session due to weather breaks. Recreation Center membership or daily pass is required for entry. DATE DAY/TIME Feb 17 M 12-7pm Mar 2 M 4-8pm

Spring Break Hours at the Pit Stop

Look for extended Spring Break open play hours and special themed events in the Pit Stop. Check out the calendar in the Pit Stop or call for hours.

Chocolate Tasting Party

How well do you know your chocolate? Join us as we sample a variety of chocolates, discover the unique tastes of chocolates from around the world and perhaps make a chocolate treat or two…. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $5 R / $7 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 103339A Feb 12 W 6-8pm 11-15

DIY-Spa Day

Let’s get crafting! We will make and test out a variety of DIY masks, scrubs and spa items in perfect scents. Register today and let those creative juices flow! Location: Recreation Center Fee: $15 R / $20 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 103303A Feb 22 Sa 10am-12pm 11-15

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Pit Stop Rentals


Adults & Teens Pizza Taste Testing

Help decide who has the best pizza in town! Sample a piece from a variety of local pizzerias, cast your vote and win prizes. Pizza activities and unique games are part of the tasty fun filled night. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $2 R / $3 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 103340A Mar 25 W 6-8pm 11-15

Superbowl Party & Madden Tournament ADULTS & TEENS

Get ready for Superbowl 54. We will make snacks, play games, raffles, trivia and have tons of tailgating food and of course, football on the big screen TV. A variety of competitions in the game room (with prizes), Madden on the gaming systems and other fun surprises await. Will you rule the gridiron? Location: Recreation Center Fee: $12 R / $16 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 103307A Feb 2 Su 5-9pm 11-15

Cupcake Wars

Bring on your inner baker. We provide vanilla and chocolate cupcakes, fillings, frostings and a variety of toppings. You decorate and create a mini masterpiece for the judges. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $10 R / $13 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 103343A Apr 22 W 6-8pm 11-14

Teen Mystery Party: Murder at the NEW! Cinco de Mayo Fiesta This is one fiesta to die for! The Montaban Hotel is preparing for their annual Cinco de Mayo party for the Hollywood elite. But this party has more than piùatas and mariachi bands planned‌watch out for the back stabbing and accusations to start flying! This is where your story begins. Games, snacks, dinner and prizes are part of this exciting night! Location: Recreation Center Fee: $15 R / $20 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 103113A May 6 W 5:30-8:30pm 11-16

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SAT Practice Testing Program

This program enables students to take two full length, timed SAT practice tests, along with seven strategy sessions guaranteed to raise their score. Students learn how beat the new SAT exam while practicing reading, writing and math to uncover weaknesses and boost overall test performance. A detailed score report analyzes the students strengths and weaknesses. Students know each week exactly which concepts need improvement and avoid wasting precious study time, energy and mental frustration. The instructor provides direction to personalized supplementary study resources to help optimize learning each week. Instructor: HiFiKids Location: Recreation Center Fee: $225 R / $292 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 103332A *Feb 8-Apr 4 Sa 9-10:30am 13-18 *Please note: complete four-hour practice tests are s on Mar 7 and Apr 4 from 9:30am-1pm.

Safe Sitter Babysitting Course

This course is ideal for current and future babysitters, teaching them the best ways to be safe and keep the children in their care safe. Safe Sitter is a medically accurate babysitting preparation program written by a pediatrician and teaches safe and nurturing care techniques. This course includes topics such as babysitting as a business, babysitting ethics, how to care for children, personal safety, injury prevention, basic first aid, preventing problem behavior and behavior management. Fee includes the student manual, completion course card and a Safe Sitter backpack. Participant must attend both sessions to receive completion card. Instructor: Certified Safe Sitter Instructor Location: Recreation Center Fee: $89 R / $116 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 102204A Feb 15-22 Sa 9am-12:30pm 11-13

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Intro to Cribbage!

Now is the perfect time to learn the game of cribbage, one of the most popular games in the English-speaking world. It is a card game for two, three or four players. It involves playing and grouping cards in combinations that gain points. This one-day workshop provides you with all the information you need to start or improve your game. All supplies are provided. Instructor: Dan Selke Location: Recreation Center Fee: $6 R / $8 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110065A Feb 18 Tu 1-3pm 18+ 110065B Apr 7 Tu 1-3pm 18+ 110065C Apr 21 Tu 1-3pm 18+

Adult Spanish Drop In

Do you want to jump-start your career? Are you taking a vacation to a Spanish speaking country? Have you always wanted to learn a foreign language? Then this class is for you! In this relaxed small-class environment you learn practical Spanish which you can immediately begin using. This class is tailored to the needs of the students enrolled. Instructor: Language in Action, Inc. Location: Recreation Center Fee: *$28 R / $37 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110111A Feb 12-Feb 19 W 7:30-8:30pm 18+ 110111B Feb 26-Mar 4 W 7:30-8:30pm 18+ 110111C Mar 11-Mar 18 W 7:30-8:30pm 18+ 110111D Apr 1-Apr 8 W 7:30-8:30pm 18+ 110111E Apr 15-Apr 22 W 7:30-8:30pm 18+ 110111F Apr 29-May 6 W 7:30-8:30pm 18+ *Please note: no refunds 24 hours prior to class start

Photo I

This introductory class in 35 mm or digital single lens reflex (SLR) photography is for beginners or present users who want to expand their camera knowledge. Learn and work with all camera modes including manual mode. Participants must bring a 35 mm camera that will work in the manual mode along with film or a digital SLR. No dark room work is included. Instructor: Laura Piton Location: Recreation Center Fee: $62 R / $81 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110407A Feb 13-Mar 5 Th 7-8:30pm 16+

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Photo II: Improve Your Picture Taking Skills

This course introduces the creative side of traditional film or digital photography. Topics include use of color, improving use of texture in the photo and lighting. Participants will have an opportunity to practice taking pictures during class. If you want to improve your picture taking skills, this is one class you won’t want to miss. Participants must bring film and a 35mm camera or a digital SLR. Instructor: Laura Piton Location: Recreation Center Fee: $62 R / $81 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110448A May 7-28 Th 7-8:30pm 16+

Digital Photo II

Digital Photography II is the extension of Digital Photography I. You will explore in-depth photo editing techniques discussed in Digital I. The topics covered are color correction, brightness and contrast, replacing one part of the image with another, blurring an area of the photo that is in focus already, correcting for improper white balance, sharpening a blurred photo and creating a card in Word using a photo. Participants must bring a laptop computer for this class. Instructor: Laura Piton Location: Recreation Center Fee: $62 R / $81 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110415A Mar 12-Apr 2 Th 7-8:30pm 16+

Photo: Flash & Natural Light

The key to great picture taking lies in the application of light. In this illuminating new class, learn how to work with ambient natural light as well as the proper use of an external flash to provide light sources for our photography. Learn about differentiating between manual and automatic modes when using the flash, setting the proper flash output and blending the flash with sunlight to eliminate shadows. Please bring an external flash and camera to class. Instructor: Laura Piton Location: Recreation Center Fee: $62 R / $81 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110067A Apr 9-30 Th 7-8:30pm 16+

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Adults & Teens

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

An Introduction to Voiceovers

Explore the fun, rewarding possibilities of the voiceover industry! In this one-time, two-hour introductory class, you learn about the different types of voiceovers and the tools you need to find success. Your instructor, a professional voice actor from Voices For All, will take notes as you read a real script and offer some coaching to improve your delivery. You will receive a professional voiceover evaluation later. Instructor: Voices For All Location: Recreation Center Fee: $49 R / $65 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110062A Mar 10 Tu 6-8pm 18+

ADULTS & TEENS

An Introduction to VoiceoversOne-on-one Conference Class

In this one-time, 90-minute introductory class you learn about different types of voiceovers and tools you need to find success. Your instructor, a professional voice actor from Voices For All, will take notes as you read a real script in this one-on-one video chat setting and offer some coaching to improve your delivery. You’ll receive a professional voiceover evaluation later. Learn more at http://www.voicesforall.com/ ooo. Student must have video chatting capabilities. Instructor: Voices For All Location: Online Course Fee: $49 R / $65 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110063A Anytime Arranged with Instructor 18+

PaperCrafting Handmade Cards & More

Create fabulous cards! Participants learn different rubber stamping & embossing techniques while creating cards, projects and more! A handmade card is a gift itself. Please bring a sharp pair of scissors, adhesive and if you have them: bone folder and quick stick or tweezers. All other supplies are included. Samples of projects will be on display at the Bettenhausen Recreation Center. Instructor: Linda Sears Location: Recreation Center Fee: $16 R / $21 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110707A Feb 4 Tu 6:30-8pm 16+ 110707B Mar 10 Tu 6:30-8pm 16+ 110707C Apr 7 Tu 6:30-8pm 16+ 110707D May 5 Tu 6:30-8pm 16+

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THEME Valentine’s Day St. Patrick’s Day & Spring Easter Mother’s Day & Birthday

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Learn the basic leatherworking skills of stamping, rivet setting and clasp attachment to create wearable works of art. You’ll create 2-3 bracelets from start to finish: cut and prepare leather, stamp a design then dye the leather, set rivets and add a snap closure. We provide the materials, you provide the creativity! Instructor: Kim Bennett Location: Recreation Center Fee: $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110756A Feb 22 Sa 2-4pm 14+ 110756B Feb 26 W 6:30-8:30pm 14+ 110756C Apr 4 Sa 2-4pm 14+ 110756D Apr 8 W 6:30-8:30pm 14+ 110756E May 30 Sa 2-4pm 14+ 110756F May 20 W 6:30-8:30pm 14+

Secret Message Pendant NEW!

Join us for this fun stamping on metal class. Stamp out a secret message or words of encouragement on your heart. Keep it to yourself or share your message with others. Only you will know what is hidden in your heart. Instructor: Liz Credio Location: Recreation Center Fee: $26 R / $34 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110749A Feb 11 Tu 6:30-8:30pm 14+

Wire Wrapped Ring NEW!

Learn to create this ring using a technique called wire wrapping. Made with copper wire and a gemstone of your choice. Instructor: Liz Credio Location: Recreation Center Fee: $26 R / $34 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110750A Apr 21 Tu 6-8:30pm 14+

Diffuser Bracelet

NEW!

Create this fun, colorful diffuser bracelet using lava beads, glass beads, a focal bead and metal hook closure. Learn a little bit about essential oils and how they can benefit you on your new diffuser bracelet. Instructor: Liz Credio Location: Recreation Center Fee: $26 R / $34 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110748A May 4 M 6:30-8:30pm 14+

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Pottery Quote Box NEW!

First, we learn how to create a box with stoneware clay and stamp quotes into pottery pieces. Then we learn how to put all the pieces together to create an open box. This is a two-session class. First session we create our boxes; second session to glaze our boxes. Instructor can provide quotes, but encourages your to add your own quote. Instructor: Liz Credio Location: Recreation Center Fee: $47 R / $61 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110751A Mar 4, 11* W 6:30-8:30pm 14+ *Please note: Mar 11 class is one hour

Cut Wine Bottle Candle NEW!

This class covers the basics of cutting a wine bottle to use as a candle holder. You create your own custom candle using the wine bottle as the container with your choice of labels. We provide bottles, however, feel free to bring your own wine bottle for a more custom look. Instructor: Deniera Burks Location: Recreation Center Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110084A Mar 12 Th 6:30-8:30pm 18+

Cold Process Soaps

This is a great beginner class for anyone who wants to make natural soap but is afraid to tackle it alone. We cover the fundamentals of making cold process soap including oils used, safety precautions, colorants, fragrances and more. Wear comfortable clothes and closed toe shoes. Instructor: Deniera Burks Location: Recreation Center Fee: $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110086A Mar 26 Th 6:30-8:30pm 18+

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Leather Bracelet: Snaps & Studs NEW!


Adults & Teens DIY Bottle Marbling & Custom Perfume

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NEW!

How fun and unique would it be to have your own custom perfume scent and bottle? In this class, you create your own 2oz perfume bottle using paint and water. You will then create your very own signature perfume. We use oilbased paints, so please dress accordingly. All materials are included. Instructor: Deniera Burks Location: Recreation Center Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110754A May 7 Th 6:30-8:30pm 18+

Acrylic Pour Painting-3D Fault Line NEW! ADULTS & TEENS

This exciting new class covers the basics of the new “Fault Line” style of Acrylic Pour Painting. We delve into mixing and coordinating paint colors and exploring paint styles to achieve the perfect fluid masterpiece! You create a stunning 16 x 20 canvas painting sure to bring “wow” to your wall. Please note: paintings require a 24-36 hour drying time. We provide adequate containers to safely transport your masterpiece at the end of class. Aprons are provided, but we use water-based acrylic paint so dress for a mess. All supplies are included. Instructor: Deniera Burks Location: Recreation Center Fee: $30 R / $39 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110752A Feb 27 Th 6:30-8:30pm 18+

Acrylic Pour Painting-Fluid Floral NEW!

This exciting new class covers the basics of “Chain/String Pulling” style of Acrylic Pour Painting. This design creates beautiful “floral” effects using a chain to create the custom design. You will create a stunning 16 x 20 canvas painting customized to your color scheme. Please note: paintings require a 24-36 hour drying time. We provide adequate containers to safely transport your masterpiece at the end of class. Aprons are provided, but we use water-based acrylic paint so dress for a mess. All supplies are included. Instructor: Deniera Burks Location: Recreation Center Fee: $30 R / $39 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110753A Apr 9 Th 6:30-8:30pm 18+

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Salad in a Jar Party

Join our Salad in a Jar party! We provide the ingredients to set you up for success. You select your favorite ingredients to build your personal salad in a jar. The result is five healthy salads in a jar, all prepped for your week of healthy lunches! Please bring five wide-mouth, one-pint canning jars with covers and a box to carry them home. Instructor: Cathy Pruim Location: Recreation Center Fee: $22 R / $28 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110161A Feb 24 M 7-8pm 16+ 110161B Mar 9 M 7-8pm 16+ 110161C Apr 27 M 7-8pm 16+

Soup in a Jar Party NEW!

Wouldn't it be great to come home to a hot and delicious pot of soup waiting for you at the end of your busy day? Just add a salad and a dinner roll and you have dinner on the table. In just 45 minutes, you leave with six varieties of healthy, custom made soups for the month. Please bring five wide-mouth, one-pint canning jars with covers and a box to carry them home! Once home, all you have to add are the liquids and dinner is ready! Instructor: Cathy Pruim Location: Recreation Center Fee: $22 R / $28 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 110755A Feb 25 Tu 7-7:45pm 16+ 110755B Mar 10 Tu 7-7:45pm 16+

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Dance....................................... P. 42 Fine Arts.................................. P.34-36 Adult Athletics......................... P. 56-59

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Mature Adults

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Indy Drop-In Center

The Indy Drop-In Center is a multi-purpose drop in room where adults 55+ can socialize, enjoy refreshments, meet up with friends after a workout, read or just relax. Membership benefits include discounts on monthly luncheons and special events, discounted admission to the Spring Fling and Holiday Party banquets, free breakfast items and coffee during open hours, surprise snack days and more. On occasion members can enjoy informative seminars, live music and special events. Membership term is March 1-Februrary 28. Memberships bought throughout the year will end on the last day of February regardless of when the membership was purchased. Very Important: Participants at the Indy Drop-In must be self-maintained. No medical services are available on site. Instructor: Indy Room Coordinator Location: Recreation Center Fee: $16 R / $21 NR PROGRAM # DATES DAY/TIME AGE 408800A Mar 1, 2020-Feb 28, 2021 Tu, Th 9am-2pm 55+

ALL PROGRAMS ARE FOR AGE 55+ UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED!

Monthly Luncheons

The Park District offers a luncheon at the Drop-In Center on the third Tuesday of each month. Catch up with friends over a delicious meal! Registration is due one week before the luncheon. Meals will be served at approximately 11:30am. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $4 Indy Room member / $6 Non-member PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME THEME/MEAL 108801A Feb 18 Tu 11am-1pm Valentine’s Day/Italian 108801B Mar 17 Tu 11am-1pm St Patrick’s Day/Brunch 108801C Apr 21 Tu 11am-1pm Earth Day/Baked Chicken & Beef Thank you to our Monthly Luncheon Sponsors: Hanover Place, Resource 55, Keller Preferred Realty and Health Advocates!

Spring Fling

Celebrate the end of winter and welcome spring with a buffet style meal catered by Parmesans, live entertainment by The Convertibles Quartet, free raffles and more! At approximately 11:30 am meal is served. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $2 Indy Room member / $6 Non-member PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME 108801D

May 19 Tu 11am-2pm

Pizza Party

Join us on the first Thursday of each month for a pizza party, offered right here in the Indy Drop In. Just sign up and pay per slice by 10:30 am on the day of the party and you’re in! Bring your friends too! Registration and payment will be done in the Indy Drop in Room. Pizza is served around 11:15-11:30 am. Location: Recreation Center Fee: Varies – Check with Indy Room Coordinator on the day of the event DATE DAY/TIME Feb 6 Th 10:30am-12pm Mar 5 Th 10:30am-12pm Apr 2 Th 10:30am-12pm May 7 Th 10:30am-12pm

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Mature Adults Bingo!

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

FREE!

Have fun with your friends and win some cool prizes! Come out for an afternoon of free Bingo with us! Registration is due one week prior to Bingo. Location: Recreation Center Fee: FREE! PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME SPONSOR 111804A Feb 6 Th 12:30-2pm Health Advocates 111804B Mar 5 Th 12:30-2pm CIBC 111804C Apr 2 Th 12:30-2pm Pointe at Kilpatrick 111804D May 7 Th 12:30-2pm Pointe at Kilpatrick

AARP Tax Preparation FREE!

MATURE ADULTS

The Tinley Park-Park District offers this annual FREE service for adults 55 and over. Volunteers from the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) trained through the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will assist adults 55 and over with income tax returns. Please bring all necessary tax documentation to your appointment including your ID, social security card and last year’s tax returns. Appointments are on a first come basis. A waiting list is opened when appointments are filled. Wednesday, Jan 15 at 9:00am: Tinley Park Residents ONLY can make appointments in person or at 708-342-4200 . Thursday, Jan 23 at 9:00 am: Non-residents can make appointments in person or at 708-342-4200. Instructor: AARP Volunteers Location: Recreation Center Fee: Free DATE DAY/TIME Feb 5-Apr 13 M,W,F 9am-2pm

Rules of the Road FREE!

The Secretary of State offers a refresher class free of charge. Registration ends one week before date of class. This program is not connected with 55 Alive through AARP. Instructor: Secretary of State Representative Location: Recreation Center PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 108812A Feb 14 F 10am-12pm Adult 108812B May 8 F 10am-12pm Adult

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AARP Smart DriverTEK Workshop FREE! Smart DriverTEK is 90-minute workshop offering an interactive way to stay up to date with the latest safety technology. Learn all about blind-spot detection systems, front-collision warning systems and much more. Register at www.aarp.org/findaworkshop9 or call 1-877-805-4115. Instructor: AARP Representative Location: Recreation Center Fee: Free DATE DAY/TIME AGE Mar 25 W 10-11:30am 50+ Jun 17 W 10-11:30am 50+

AARP Smart Driver Class

This course teaches you how to reduce driver distractions, deal with aggressive drivers, techniques for handling left turns, right-of-ways and roundabouts. It also gives you the proper use of new technology found in today's cars. Based on the latest driver safety research, you learn evidencebased safe driving strategies and refresh your knowledge of the latest rules and hazards of the road. Fee will be collected by AARP representative the day of the class. Please call (708)342-4200 to RSVP. Remember to bring your AARP card the day of the class. Instructor: AARP Representative Location: Recreation Center Fee: $15 for AARP members / $20 for Non-members DATE DAY/TIME Mar 18-19 W, Th 9am-1pm Apr 8 W 8:30am-5pm May 20-21 W, Th 9am-1pm Jun 17 W 8:30am-5pm

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Health & Fitness

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

We have yoga classes for every fitness level. Whether you're a beginner, intermediate or advanced, we offer a class to help you move forward in your yoga journey. Please bring a yoga mat to each class.

Yoga-Chair

Chair Yoga is modified poses while seated in a chair—no need to be intimidated by yoga poses! In addition to a good stretch, chair yoga participants can also enjoy the other benefits including improved muscle tone, better breathing habits, reduced stress, better sleep and a sense of wellbeing. Instructor: Eileen Conneely Location: Recreation Center Fee: A & B $48 R / $62 NR C $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104015A Feb 3-Mar 9 M 11-11:45am 18+ 104015B *Mar 16-Apr 27 M 11-11:45am 18+ 104015C *May 4-Jun 8 M 11-11:45am 18+ *Please note: no class Apr 13, May 25

Vinyasa Yoga

Participants burn stress and calories through active, breath-linked Vinyasa flows. Especially suited to those who find their minds wandering during down time in class… meditation is found through movement. Please bring water to class. Instructor: Jennifer Raleigh Location: Recreation Center Fee: $52 R / $67 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104024A Feb 15-Mar 28 Sa 9:30-10:30am 16+ 104024B Apr 11-May 23 Sa 9:30-10:30am 16+

Hatha Yoga

Relaxation techniques focus on the yoga method of breathing to relieve stress and promote self-directed relaxation. The exercises or body postures are known to maintain flexibility, strength and good balance. Anemphasis will be placed on the absolutely non-competitive nature of Hatha Yoga. Every class ends on a meditative note as we cool down with deep breathing and important stretching movements. Instructor: Marcia Stanek Location: Recreation Center Fee: $41 R / $54 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104461A Feb 26-Apr 1 W 11am-12pm 18+ 104461B Feb 28-Apr 3 F 10:30-11:30am 18+ 104461C Apr 15-May 20 W 11am-12pm 18+ 104461D Apr 17-May 22 F 10:30-11:30am 18+

Stress Management Yoga

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Do you need to reduce stress or let go of tension in your mind and body? This gentle class teaches stress management techniques to reduce muscle tension, focus to relax the mind and lower blood pressure. Class includes breathing techniques, poses, deep relaxation, guided visualization and more. Standing, seated and floor poses also included. Please bring a blanket to class. Instructor: Marcia Egan Location: Recreation Center Fee: $52 R / $68 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104471A Feb 12-Mar 25 W 7:30-8:30pm 18+ Fitness Yoga Apr 8-May 20 W 7:30-8:30pm 18+ This quicker-paced yoga class builds strength, flexibility and 104471B stamina through challenging postures and stretch work. Yoga: The Next Step We will strengthen outer and core muscles by using our own body weight as resistance-great for balancing out the This class is for students who have been in yoga class for 1 to 2 years and want to gain a deeper understanding of body. Advanced and beginning modifications provided to accommodate all fitness levels. Please bring water to class. yoga practice. We’ll spend time exploring the subtleties of the yoga asanas and how to move more deeply into Instructor: Jennifer Raleigh the poses. For the experienced yoga student and 1 to 2 Location: Recreation Center years of classes is required. Fee: $52 R / $67 NR Instructor: Marcia Egan PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE Location: Recreation Center 104410A Feb 20-Apr 2 Th 10:30-11:30am 16+ Fee: $52 R / $68 NR 104410B Feb 20-Apr 2 Th 7-8pm 16+ PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104410C Apr 9-May 21 Th 10:30-11:30am 16+ 104472A Feb 12-Mar 25 W 6:15-7:15pm 18+ 104410D Apr 9-May 21 Th 7-8pm 16+ 104472B Apr 8-May 20 W 6:15-7:15pm 18+

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Health & Fitness Yoga for Beginners

This class is an introduction to the practice of yoga. Class focus is on a slower pace and developing clear and safe alignment in foundational poses. Come to learn and enjoy in a supported environment. You don’t need to be able to touch your toes; you just have to be willing to try. Instructor: Marcia Egan Location: Recreation Center Fee: $52 R / $68 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104495A Feb 10-Mar 23 M 5:30-6:30pm 18+ 104495B Apr 6-May 18 M 5:30-6:30pm 18+

Foundational Yoga

HEALTH & FITNESS

Yoga postures are practiced to align, strengthen and promote flexibility in the body. Breathing and meditation are also integrated. You can expect an emphasis on repetition and ease of movement as we make a full circuit of the body’s range of motion with standing postures, twists, backbends, forward fold and hip openers. Instructor: Marcia Egan Location: Recreation Center Fee: $52 R / $68 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104023A Feb 10-Mar 23 M 6:45-7:45pm 18+ 104023B Apr 6-May 18 M 6:45-7:45pm 18+

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Gentle Tai Chi

Explore this ancient form of slow and continuous movement. Learn an easy Tai Chi form that has been modified for people with special physical considerations such as knee/back pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia or stroke recovery. Each class features a short warm-up routine, a simple qigong set, instruction in the 12-movement Tai Chi form and cool down movements. Instructor: Samuel Johnson Location: Recreation Center Fee: $70 R / $91 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104423A Feb 14-Mar 20 F 5-6pm 18+ 104423B *Apr 3-May 8 F 5-6pm 18+ *Please note: no class Apr 10

Tai Chi for Health

Explore short Tai Chi routines organized by Tai Chi and medical experts for health purposes. Tai Chi is recognized for improving posture, balance, flexibility and respiration in addition to many other health benefits. These easy to learn sets allow you to relax and enjoy the classic movements of Tai Chi. Class consists of warm-ups, instruction in a Tai Chi form and cool down movements. Modifications available so that students of all physical levels can enjoy Tai Chi. Instructor: Diane Ryan Location: Recreation Center Fee: $50 R / $65 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104008A Feb 25-Mar 31 Tu 10-11am 18+ 104008B Apr 14-May 19 Tu 10-11am 18+

Classic Styles of Yang Tai Chi

Enjoy the classic Yang family Tai Chi forms of Lao (Old) Yang and Secret Yang Family Style that are complete body-mindspirit practices. Explore the ten essential principles of Tai Chi and how to achieve balance and relaxation utilizing the opposing values of Yin and Yang in posture, movement and intention. Instructor: Diane Ryan Location: Recreation Center Fee: $65 R / $85 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104019A Feb 26-Apr 1 W 6:30-7:30pm 18+ 104019B Apr 15-May 20 W 6:30-7:30pm 18+

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Pilates

Students get an intensive workout with a strong focus on core conditioning while working at their own pace. Pilates work trains the muscles in the center of the body to contract inward to support all parts of the body, with special emphasis on spine and pelvic alignment. Participants build strength, flexibility, stamina and control through flowing exercises. Please bring a sticky mat and water to each class. These are 7-week sessions. Instructor: Jennifer Raleigh Location: Recreation Center Fee: $52 R / $67 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104487A Feb 15-Mar 28 Sa 8:15-9:15am 16+ 104487B Apr 11-May 23 Sa 8:15-9:15am 16+

Health & Fitness Butts & Guts Boot Camp

An intense and effective workout focusing on the lower body, designed to sculpt and firm your core, butt and thighs. This series includes, but is not limited to, squat & lunge variations, fitness balls, resistance bands and plenty of mat-work (planks, bridges, crunches). All fitness levels welcome - you'll be working at your own pace to achieve YOUR personal best. Please bring a water bottle and a towel - we're gonna get sweaty. Instructor: Kim Bennett Location: Recreation Center Fee: $48 R / $63 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104476A *Feb 11-Mar 24 Tu 6:30-7:15pm 16+ 104476B *Feb 14-Mar 27 F 10:15-11am 16+ 104476C Mar 31-May 5 Tu 6:30-7:15pm 16+ 104476D Apr 3-May 8 F 10:15-11am 16+ 104476E May 12-Jun 16 Tu 6:30-7:15pm 16+ 104476F May 15-Jun 19 F 10:15-11am 16+ *Please note: no class Mar 13, 17

Basic Fitness & Toning

This class is designed for beginners or people getting back into a fitness frame of mind. Class will consist of a light warm-up then we use our own body weight, resistance bands and fitness balls to give a nice overall fitness and toning work-out. All exercises can be adapted to a variety of fitness levels so don’t be intimidated! Don’t forget a water bottle. Instructor: Kim Bennett Location: Recreation Center Fee: $41 R / $54 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104494A *Feb 12-Mar 25 W 9:15-10am 18+ 104494B *Feb 14-Mar 27 F 9:15-10am 18+ 104494C Apr 1-May 6 W 9:15-10am 18+ 104494D Apr 3-May 8 F 9:15-10am 18+ 104494E May 13-Jun 17 W 9:15-10am 18+ 104494F May 15-Jun 19 F 9:15-10am 18+ *Please note: no class Mar 11, 13

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Combine the intense spin cardio workout with a strength portion for a total body workout. Spinning provides a great cardio workout building stamina and endurance as well as target training for toned legs. The combination of the strength training portion provides an overall great workout for your whole body so you can see and feel results! This class is split between spinning and strength. Instructor: Eileen Conneely Location: Recreation Center Fee: $57 R / $72 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104443A Feb 6-Mar 12 Th 7-8pm 16+ 104443B *Mar 19-Apr 30 Th 7-8pm 16+ 104443C May 7-Jun 11 Th 7-8pm 16+ *Please note: no class Apr 16

Core Barre Sculpt and Lift

Participants experience intensive muscle conditions with a special focus on the entire core, through Pilates and Barre techniques. Exercises in this class work through small range of motion in the joints and are safe and effective for any ability level. All equipment is provided. Instructor: Jennifer Raleigh Location: Recreation Center Fee: $52 R / $67 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104025A Feb 20-Apr 2 Th 6-6:55pm 16+ 104025B Apr 9-May 21 Th 6-6:55pm 16+

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Health & Fitness Beginning Strength for Women

You know you should weight train—it protects bone health and muscle mass, makes you stronger and fitter, plays a role in disease prevention, boosts energy levels, improves your mood and burns calories! But where to start? In this class, learn how to use weights, bands and your body weight while toning and strengthening your body. Instructor: Eileen Conneely Location: Recreation Center Fee: A-E $48 R / $62 NR F $40 R / $52 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104018A Feb 6-Mar 12 Th 6-6:45pm 18+ 104018B Feb 3-Mar 9 M 10-10:45am 18+ 104018C *Mar 19-Apr 30 Th 6-6:45pm 18+ 104018D *Mar 16-Apr 27 M 10-10:45am 18+ 104018E *May 7-Jun 11 Th 6-6:45pm 18+ 104018F May 4-Jun 8 M 10-10:45am 18+ *Please note: no class Apr 13,16, May 25

Parkinson’s Fit HEALTH & FITNESS

Fight Parkinson’s with exercise. This class improves range of motion, cardio, hand-eye coordination and strength. Caregivers are required to attend the class to assist their clients; no fee required. Waivers are completed by caregivers during the first week of each program. Instructor: Leona Howard Location: Recreation Center Fee: $37 R / $49 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 104026A Mar 4-Apr 8 W 9-9:45am 18+ 104026B Apr 22-May 27 W 9-9:45am 18+

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Fitness Fun Card

Do you want to try our fitness classes, but aren’t sure which one is right for you? Our Fitness Fun Card allows you to try five classes of your choice. If you register for a full session of a class you try, you will receive $2 off the session fee! This card may only be used for classes held at the Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center and the card is valid for 6 months from date of purchase. Location: Recreation Center Fee: $25 R / $33 NR PROGRAM # AGE 104413A 21+

Drop-in Fitness Class Fee

If you don’t have time to commit to a weekly exercise class, or you want to try one of our classes before you register, drop-in! This option allows you to take one fitness class. Drop-in class is not offered for Spin and Strength. Please call ahead to confirm class is running, 708-342-4200. Location: Recreation Center Age: Adult Fee: $9 R / $13 NR

Ageless Grace NEW!

Ageless Grace is a fun, creative and playful exercise program that works out your brain as well as your body. This innovative program is composed of 21 simple tools for lifelong comfort and ease that can be practiced anywhere. We lubricate our joints, strengthen our muscles, exercise our brains and improve our flexibility, hand-eye coordination, balance, breath and tickle our funny bone. The movements are organic and spontaneous, no need to learn any special choreography. Experience this brain and body boosting class and feel younger with every workout! Instructor: Patrice Leeson Location: Recreation Center Fee: $48 R / $62 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 108400A Feb 10-Mar 16 M 9-9:45am 50+ 108400B Mar 30-May 4 M 9-9:45am 50+

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Performing Arts

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Tinley Park Performing Arts Center 16801 S. 80th Avenue | (708) 342-4200

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he Tinley Park Performing Arts Center is the home of our very own Tinley Park Community Theater, Tinley Park – Park District’s Kidz, Children’s, Teen’s and Community Theaters, and many other performing arts programs. The theater seats 120 people. The theater is available for rentals for corporate meetings, theater performances, entertainment venues, and more. Please call (708) 3424200 for more information. For information on Performing Arts auditions and classes, please see the Creative Arts section, pages 37 through 41.

Better Than Candy Hearts: Open Mic Night

It’s Gonna Be May: Open Mic Night

Method to My March Madness Comedy Improv Show

Movie Birthday Party

Music. Comedy. Dance. Magic. Like the proverbial box of chocolates, “you never know what you’re gonna get.” And neither do we. Want an opportunity to perform live on stage with a live audience? We invite performers of all backgrounds and talents to our first open mic night of 2020. Also featuring a performance from Tinley Park’s resident improv troupe Director: Josh Blair; Produced by Sarah Denton Location: Tinley Park Performing Arts Center Fee: $9 admission DATE DAY/TIME AGE Feb 15 Sa 7-10pm All Ages

PERFORMING ARTS

In the season of competition, our arena is the stage for an action-packed night of theatre sports. Players from Tinley Park’s resident improv troupe are competing for your amusement. Will they earn your applause? Your jeers? Your coveted laughs? Only one way to find out—come to the show! Director: Josh Blair; Produced by Sarah Denton Location: Tinley Park Performing Arts Center Fee: $9 admission DATE DAY/TIME AGE Mar 28 Sa 7-9pm All Ages

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Did you know the latest it ever snowed in the Chicagoland area was May 11, 1966? Let’s hope that we don’t come close to beating that record this year when you come out to see performers from across the Chicagoland area share their talents live on stage. All types of acts welcome! Except snow. Go away snow. Also featuring a performance from Tinley Park’s resident improv troupe. Director: Josh Blair; Produced by Sarah Denton Location: Tinley Park Performing Arts Center Fee: $9 admission DATE DAY/TIME AGE May 30 Sa 7-10pm All Ages

Have the theater to yourself and show your favorite movie on the Big Screen! The party package includes use of Tinley Park-Performing Arts Center for the movie, popcorn and access to McCarthy Recreation Building for party set-up. Tinley Park-Park District personnel will be present throughout the event to handle all technical aspects of the event, room set up and however else we can help! Call 708-3424212 to reserve your party today! Location: Tinley Park Performing Arts Center & McCarthy Recreation Fee: $225 R / $300 NR

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Spring Audition and Plays........... P. 37-39 VVAC/art classes......................... P. 34-36

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Vogt Visual Arts Center

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Vogt Visual Arts Center

17420 S. 67th Court | (708) 614-6503

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he Vogt Visual Arts Center (VVAC) was once home to the first Tinley Park Mayor, Henry Vogt. In 1996 it reopened as the VVAC, which houses all of the Park District’s fine arts classes and art gallery. The art gallery features a new exhibit each month with works from various local and well-known artists.

7 - 9 pm 4 - 7 pm 11 am - 2 pm & 7 - 9 pm Friday 11 am - 3 pm Saturday 11 am - 4 pm (all other times by appointment only)

HOURS

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

Upcoming Gallery Exhibits

Gallery Exhibits Exhibit Open Show “What Do You Love” Feb 4-29 Open Photography Show Mar 3-28 Hope Montessori Apr 1-25 School District 146 May 5-30 Open Show “A Feast for the Eyes” Jun 1-30

Reception Sat Feb 8 from 1-3 pm Sat Mar 7 from 1-3 pm Sat Apr 4 from 1-3 pm Wed May 6 from 5:30-6:30 pm Sat Jun 13 from 1-3 pm

VVAC Parties

The VVAC offers two party packages for an exciting birthday experience! For more information and to book your party, please call 708-342-4212.

Arts & Crafts Birthday Party at the VVAC!

This is a new, fun and creative idea for your child’s next birthday party. At the Arts & Crafts party, the birthday child can select up to three (3) crafts from over 12 different arts and crafts options! Rental fee includes a 2.5-hour party for up to 15 party guests, crafts, goodie bags, tables and chairs for crafts, cake, gifts, etc., in the Party Room and two TPPD party attendants. The Party Room is located on the second Floor of the VVAC. Fee: $225 R / $300 NR

Guided Canvas Painting Party

VVAC Food Truck & Art Festival

This is a day-long celebration of art and food you don’t want to miss! This event features many original works of art by local artists along with a variety of food trucks. Join us from 10am-3pm to browse, shop, eat, drink and dance. Live entertainment provided by The Walk-ins! Head inside the VVAC to enjoy the open gallery exhibit and meet the artists in “A Feast for the Eyes” June show. Location: Vogt Visual Arts Center PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME FEE 111004A Jun 13 Sa 10am-3pm $30 per space and 6-foot table 111004B Jun 13 Sa 10am-3pm $20 per space (bring your own table) 111004C Jun 13 Sa 10am-3pm $50 per food truck

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Whatever your party theme is, a picture can be created to go along with it! Everyone has their own easel and canvas for their creativity to flow! The party package is for up to 15 party guests and includes a blank canvas and paints. With the help of step-by-step instruction (no experience necessary), everyone creates a masterpiece to take home! Each party guest also receives a goodie bag! Recommended for ages 8+. Fee: $225 R / $300 NR


Tinley Fitness

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Beginner 5K Training

Intimidated by the thought of running a 5K? Tinley Fitness is offering a 7-week program to prepare and motivate you to accomplish this goal. Combining a mixture of running and walking, this program is tailored for beginners or anyone who wants to complete a 5K (3.1 mile) race. Join Personal Trainer Gina on Saturday mornings for encouragement, conditioning and camaraderie. Fee includes entry to Tinley Park-Park District’s Stars & Stripes 5K on Saturday, Jul 4, a race shirt and water bottle. Grab your running shoes and dash to the front desk to sign-up. Instructor: Gina Location: Tinley Fitness Fee: $65 Member / $80 Non-Member PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 112115A May 16-Jun 27 Sa 8-9am 13+

Wedding Reception Ready

Impress people with your dance moves at the next wedding reception while getting in a workout. Feel confident sliding onto the dance floor at your next work event or family gathering. Let Personal Trainer Gina pump up your fitness level and teach you sweet moves! Each week you learn popular dances such as the Electric Slide, The Git Up, Watch Me (Whip Nae Nae) and Wobble. Be the hit of your party with dance variations that fit your fitness level and personality. The last session is a mock wedding reception so feel free to dress in your best wedding dance outfit! Instructor: Gina Location: Tinley Fitness Fee: $36 Member / $50 Non-Member PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 112105A Apr 9-30 Th 7-8pm 13+

Women on Weights - WOW

Weight training is an essential component for a healthy body, especially for women. It transforms the body from the inside out. Some benefits of weight training include increased muscle mass, loss of body fat, reduced risk of osteoporosis, improved posture, higher calorie expenditures, enhanced mood and reduction in stress. If you want to expand your workouts to include weight training then W.O.W is the class for you! Join Personal Trainer Carrie to learn the fundamentals of weight training. Each week participants learn 4-5 different pieces of equipment covering several muscle groups. By the end of the five weeks, participants have the knowledge and skills to train their muscles using machines, cables, barbells and dumbbells, and feel comfortable and confident in their weight training abilities. Instructor: Carrie Location: Tinley Fitness Fee: $65 Tinley Fitness Member / $85 Non-Member PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 112470A Feb 10-Mar 9 M 10:30-11:30am 13+ 112470B Feb 13-Mar 12 Th 6-7pm 13+

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WOW LV2

Attention all “Women on Weights” graduates! Apply what you learned in this small group training setting. Meet two days a week for five weeks and build on all of the knowledge you covered in the introductory “WOW” class. Workouts cover various muscle groups that will challenge you. Personal Trainer Carrie assists you in building your own weight-training program. Must have participated in basic WOW to register for this LV2 class. Instructor: Carrie Location: Tinley Fitness Fee: $120 Tinley Fitness Member / $145 Non-Member PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 112470C Apr 6-May 6 M,W 10:30-11:30am 13+

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Tinley Fitness

Join this weight-loss journey to a healthier new you! A certified personal trainer will lead each small group/team through intense, motivating workouts that will push you to the next fitness level. Be guided through nutritional counseling and exercise design that will transform your body….YOUR LIFE! Make every Loss a Win! Each team will receive a t-shirt and each week teams are challenged. (Prizes given for total transformation, individual and team, awards ceremony April 22 at 6pm). Week 1 is dedicated to weigh-in, measurements, baseline testing and meeting your trainer. Week 2 is when it all begins! Non-Member cost includes membership during the program. Instructor: TF Trainer Location: Tinley Fitness Fee: $245 Member / $318 Non-Member PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 112112A Feb 24-Apr 15 M,W 10-11am 13+ 112112B Feb 24-Apr 15 M,W 5:30-6:30pm 13+ 112112C Feb 25-Apr 16 T,Th 7-8am 13+ 112112D Feb 25-Apr 16 T,Th 6:30-7:30pm 13+ 112112E Feb 27-Apr 18 Th 5:30-6:30pm & 13+ S 8-9am

Body Blast Boot Camp

This is an intense, fast paced, cardio/strength workout that produces maximum benefits while burning maximum calories all before 7 am. You’re in, you’re out and done for the day! Class design improves cardiovascular fitness, increases muscular endurance and strengthens your entire body. During our time together, you perform a combination of exercises that include plyometrics, athletic sports drills, resistance and cardio training to create muscle confusion so you’ll never plateau! Natalie’s ready, are you? Drop-In Rates: $8 Member / $10 Non-Member Instructor: Natalie Location: Tinley Fitness Fee: $65 Member / $80 Non-Member PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 112450A *May 4-Jun 22 M,F 5:35-6:35am 13+ *Please note: no class on May 25

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Trips & Excursions All trips depart from McCarthy Park at 16801 S. 80th Ave in Tinley Park unless otherwise noted.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF EACH CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

We know your feet are made for walking, but it is nice to have an idea how much is involved on our trips. The more you see by a program, the more steps you will take.

1893 World’s Fair Tour

Join Seecago Tours on another fun adventure! Get a closer look at one of the most important events in Chicago history. With the aid of visual guides, we explore the famous Midway and then continue to the main buildings in Jackson Park. Hear stories of Daniel Burnham, Frank Lloyd Wright, Buffalo Bill Cody, HH Holmes (Chicago’s Serial Killer) and others, and tour Rockefeller Chapel on the U of C Campus. Lunch at Poccolo Mondo Restaurant includes salad, spaghetti and meatballs, ravioli and dessert. Lunch, tours and motor coach transportation are included. Trip Coordinator: Meghan Fenlon Location: Chicago, IL Fee: $96 (per person) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 105113A May 20 W 8am-4:30pm All

Hemingway’s Oak Park

Visit one of the most stunning architectural towns in America! We begin with a guided tour of the birthplace of one of America’s most famous authors, Ernest Hemingway. Following the tour, we enjoy lunch at the Little Gem Restaurant; menu selection is made at the restaurant. Next, we explore the 30 room Pleasant Home Mansion built in 1897 by Prairie School architect George W. Maher; the Pleasant Home is a National Historic Landmark. Lunch, tours and motor coach transportation is included. Trip Coordinator: Meghan Fenlon Location: Oak Park, IL Fee: $110 (per person) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 105114A Apr 22 W 8am-4:30pm All

Broadway at The Lyric - 42nd Street

Nobody does musical theater quite like Lyric. 4second Street is the story of Peggy Sawyer, an aspiring actress who gets her big break and rises from chorus girl to star overnight. This song-and-dance spectacular is filled with unforgettable tunes. You’ll enjoy the sensational tap numbers and memorable melodies like “Lullaby of Broadway,” “We’re in the Money,” and “You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me.” Don’t miss this high-energy Broadway blockbuster with the full power of the Lyric Orchestra and Chorus! We will dine in the Sarah and Peer Pedersen Room at the Lyric Opera House that features a sophisticated seasonal menu before the show. Service is prix fixe. Registration fee includes ticket, meal and round-trip motorcoach transportation. Trip Coordinator: Erin Cortilet Location: Lyric Opera House, Chicago IL Fee: $138 (per person) PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 105596A Jun 3 W 10:45am-5pm All

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Spring Arts & Crafts Fair

This fair highlights many of the talented crafters in the community. Exhibits are open to the public at no charge. If you would like to be an exhibitor, please stop by the Park District office to register. NOTE: commercial items are not eligible for this show. Please see receipt for details on space and exhibit restrictions! Location: Recreation Center Age: Adult PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME FEE 111735A Mar 14 Sa 10am-3pm $25 per space w/6' table 111735B Mar 14 Sa 10am-3pm $15 per space

Hot Wheels Classic

Bring your fastest Hot Wheels or Matchbox car and compete for the “big prize”. Refreshments are served. Location: Location: Recreation Center Fee: Fee: $12 R / $16 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 111700A Feb 21 F 5:15-6:15pm *2-6 *Children age 2-3 must be accompanied by an adult.

Hot Wheels All Stars

We are looking for the best of the best for this Hot Wheel or Matchbox car race as we compete for the grand prize. Refreshments are served. Location: Location: Recreation Center Fee: Fee: $12 R / $16 NR PROGRAM # DATE DAY/TIME AGE 111701A Feb 21 F 6:30-7:30pm 7-12


Rock Painting Nights

FREE!

You never know what a kind word can do! Join Tinley Park Rocks Kindness and decorate rocks with kind words and beautiful artwork. When paint is dry the rocks are sealed with acrylic. Tinley Park Rocks Kindness members drop/hide them for someone who may need a kind word or something to make them smile. That person can replace the rock they take with one they make at one of our workshops. All supplies included. Location: VVAC Fee: Free DATE DAY/TIME AGE Mar 19 Th 7:30-8:30pm All Apr 23 Th 7:30-8:30pm All

My Mom is the Best! Essay Contest

FREE!

Do you think your mom is the best mom ever? Tell us why in 50 words or less and you could win your mom a fabulous prize just for her!

FREE!

Entry forms will be available at the Recreation Center beginning on Apr 2. Entries must be submitted by May 2. First and Second place winners selected from each division: Pre-K and Kindergarten; Grades 1 and 2; Grades 3, 4 and 5. Winners notified by May 8. 2 019 Winners!


Awards given for first, second and third place runners in all age categories, male and female, based on chip timing. An award is given to the best overall resident and non-resident male and female runner. The first 550 registered participants receive a unisex long sleeve tech shirt. Pre-registration closes Feb 27 at 3 pm. Registration re-opens at 7 am on race day. Packet pick-up is on Feb 29 from 8 am to 3 pm at the Recreation Center. Location: Day/Date: Time:

Recreation Center Su, Mar 1 8am Race Start Fee: $16 without shirt / $22 with shirt (Pre-registration) $30 with/without shirt, if available (Race Day)

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106607A 106607B 106607C 106607D 106607E 106607F 106607G 106607H 106607I 106607J 106607K 106607L 106607M 106607N

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