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Note: Our office will be closed 9/7, 11/26, 11/27, 12/24, 12/25, 12/31, 1/1

MARK YOUR CALENDARS Registration Monday, August 24, 2020 / Residents:

• Online: Go to wawmrec.com, click on “Register” or “My

Account” and enter your login information. If you are not already a member, click “Create An Account” and complete the household and family member information. When finished, click “Done” to submit your request. We will process your information and email your login information. If you do not have an account set up with us and want to register right away on August 24, please establish an account with us early! Accounts are reviewed for accuracy and residency only during office hours and can take up to one business day to approve.

• US Mail: Send the registration form with your check or

money order to the WAWM RCS Department: 2450 S. 68th St., West Allis, WI 53219 • In Person: Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 8am-5pm and Friday from 8am-4pm. • Phone In: Call 414-604-4900, press “0” to speak to an Office Operations Specialist and charge by phone using a VISA, MasterCard or Discover. • Secure Dropbox: A 24 hour dropbox is located on the north side of the building by the main entrance.

Tuesday, September 8, 2020 / Non-Residents: All Non-Resident registration forms and payment will be processed beginning September 8 in the order it was received.

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Aquatics................................................................................. 2-5 Early Childhood..................................................................... 5-7 Preschool Program...............................................................7 Youth Sports, Dance/Gymnastics/Baton, Enrichment.... 8-10 Action Programs................................................................... 11 Adaptive Recreation.............................................................12 55+ Young at Heart................................................................13 Adult Fitness, Sports, Enrichment......................................14-21 Adult Trips.............................................................................. 21 Friends of Fine Arts...............................................................22 General Program Information.............................................22-23 Registration............................................................................24

WAWM RCS Department Staff

Recreation and Community Services Leadership Team Shelly Strasser, Director..................................................... 414-604-4937 Bobby Foreman..................................................................... 414-604-4968 Action Programs, Non-School Day Camps Linda Gritzmacher.................................................................414-604-4911 Adult Fitness, Early Childhood, Early Sport Instruction, Walking Track Amanda Schwichtenberg................................................... 414-604-4963 Dance, Enrichment, Events, Trips Dan Steenrod.........................................................................414-604-4951 Adaptive Recreation, Aquatics, Young at Heart Sam Sujecki.......................................................................... 414-604-4959 Intermediate School Athletics, Youth Sport Leagues, Youth Sport Instruction Ben Versnik........................................................................... 414-604-4938 Adult Sport Leagues, Facility Rentals, Fine Arts, Open Gyms

Office Operations & Facilities Team Cassie Stanton, Office Manager........................................ 414-604-4925 Cassy Ramirez, Office Operations Specialist................. 414-604-4930 Tami Francis, Office Operations Specialist...................... 414-604-4910 Katie Lindgren, Office Operations Specialist...................414-604-4943 Jill Ponzi, Facility Scheduling............................................ 414-604-4940 Joel Irizarry, Head Custodian Susie Dahlman, Building Cleaner

THE WAWM RCS DEPARTMENT HAS GONE VIRTUAL Follow along with the familiar faces of your favorite and new instructors on your computer or tablet and learn, play, participate, create, stay active, and stay connected from the comfort of your own home! Try a virtual class if you’d like the flexibility of staying home, allowing you to prioritize your health and well-being but still be able to have unique experiences and maintain a physically and mentally healthy lifestyle. Take a look at classes that we will be offering this fall. As you page through the guide, look for the “virtual” label.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly presented us with challenges, changes, and opportunities to our programming, day to day operations, and overall lifestyles. We want to assure you that keeping our participants, community members, visitors and staff safe is our number one priority. We are in this TOGETHER and will continue to be HERE FOR YOU. Please know that we are doing our best to continue to deliver our community the programs, services, and events that they have come to know and love, and we appreciate your patience and understanding as this appears to be a continually fluid and ever changing landscape. We are committed to being proactive and will continue to monitor the situation and operate based on recommendations from the Wisconsin Economic Development Committee, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and the West Allis Health Department.

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AQUATICS

IMPORTANT INFORMATION All children must be at least 4 years of age to attend lessons on their own and MUST meet the height requirement for each specific pool from the bottom of your child’s feet to their chin in the shallow end. Parent & Child classes are exempt from the height requirement. • Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate - 36 inches chin to toes • Nathan Hale High School - 38 inches chin to toes Participants must pass all skills to advance to the next level. Individuals must be toilet trained in order to enroll in all programs. No swim diapers allowed. Swim goggles recommended for Levels 3-8.

Class length will be 50 minutes, except Parent & Child, Level 1 (Little Beginners), and Semi-Private Swim Lessons which are 30 minutes. Please read swim levels carefully to assure your child is in the correct level. If you have any questions regarding swim level classification, contact Dan Steenrod at 414-604-4951. Water and air temperature is regulated by the District’s Facilities & Operations Department, not the WAWM RCS Department. They make every attempt to maintain a pool temperature of 82 degrees.

SAFETY FIRST - POOL REGULATIONS Per state code, all swimmers must thoroughly rinse off in the shower before entering the pool. Swim caps are required of all swimmers whose hair is long or controlled by hair spray or oil. Caps are sold at the pool for $2. Do not bring valuables to the pool. The WAWM RCS Department is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items. Any swimmer who has entered Kindergarten must use their respective male/female locker room. Locker room attendants are available to assist. Strollers must be kept out of the pool area for child’s safety. Please carry child or use child carrying device. Per state law, use of cell phones and electronic devices are prohibited in locker rooms. Street shoes are not allowed in the pool area. Shoes must be removed. Clean sandals or slippers can be worn.

SWIM LEVEL CLASSIFICATIONS Our lessons are taught by American Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructors. Please read swim levels carefully to assure your child is in the correct level. The WAWM RCS Department reserves the right to move your child out of a level for their own safety.

>>>>> COVID-19 SWIMMING UPDATE <<<<< Due to COVID-19, we will be following recommendations from the CDC, Wisconsin DHS, and our local Health Department. Based on these recommendations, aquatic program formats have changed. Format changes include smaller class sizes, no instructor contact, no spectators on deck, and Level 3 and under requiring parent or guardian assistance in the water. Level 4 and up requires swimmers to operate independently in deep water. Please make sure your swimmer is comfortable to do this without assistance before enrolling.

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No lessons 11/25, 11/26. Please see page 2 for important information.

Parent & Child Swim 2+yrs

Level 2: Introduction of Water Skills (Parent + Child)

Parents and children learn together to increase a child’s comfort level in the water and build a foundation of basic skills, such as getting face wet in the pool, blowing bubbles, front and back floats and glides. This level is fun-filled to help introduce water safety concepts and encourage a healthy recreational habit. All children must be toilet trained to participate. Absolutely NO swim diapers of any kind are allowed. At least one adult per child required. Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate

Level 2 teaches basic personal water safety skills to help children feel comfortable in the water while improving elementary aquatic skills such as bobbing in the water, front and back glides, and combined arm and leg action with assistance.

(Parent + Child)

Code 301000.01 301000.03 301000.04

Day T SAT M/W

Date 9/15-11/3 9/19-11/7 11/16-12/16

Time 5-5:30pm 9-9:30am 5-5:30pm

RES/NR $22/$33 $22/$33 $24/$36

Time 6-6:30pm

RES/NR $22/$33

Nathan Hale High School Code 301000.02

Day T

Date 9/15-11/3

Nathan Hale High School Code 301002.01

Day M

Date 9/14-11/2

Time 6-6:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Time 6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 11-11:50am 2:30-3:20pm 6-6:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42 $28/$42 $28/$42 $28/$42 $32/$48

Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate Code 301002.02 301002.03 301002.04 301002.05 301002.06

Day T TH SAT SAT M/W

Date 9/15-11/3 9/17-11/5 9/19-11/7 9/19-11/7 11/16-12/16

AQUATICS

American Red Cross “Learn to Swim” Lessons

Level 3: Fundamental Aquatic Skills (Parent + Child) Level 3 leads participants to success with fundamental skills such as floating and recovering to a vertical position. Participants continue to increase their independence with treading and swimming on front and back. Nathan Hale High School

Level 1: Little Beginners (Parent + Child) Little Beginners orients first time swimmers to the aquatic environment and helps them gain basic aquatic skills that are the foundation for the later levels. Front and back floats, blowing bubbles, and leg and arm actions are introduced.

Nathan Hale High School Code 301001.03

Day T

Date 9/15-11/3

Time 6:30-7pm

RES/NR $22/$33

Time 5:30-6pm 5:30-6pm 9:30-10am 5:30-6pm

RES/NR $22/$33 $22/$33 $22/$33 $24/$36

Code 301003.01

Day M

Date 9/14-11/2

Time 7-7:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Time 7-7:50pm 5-5:50pm 6-6:50pm 12:30-1:20pm 7-7:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42 $28/$42 $28/$42 $28/$42 $32/$48

Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate Code 301003.02 301003.03 301003.04 301003.05 301003.06

Day T W TH SAT M/W

Date 9/15-11/3 9/16-11/4 9/17-11/5 9/19-11/7 11/16-12/16

Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate Code 301001.01 301001.02 301001.04 301001.05

Day M T SAT M/W

Date 9/14-11/2 9/15-11/3 9/19-11/7 11/16-12/16

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AQUATICS

American Red Cross Lessons & Adult Aquatics No lessons 11/25, 11/26. Please see page 2 for important information.

Level 4: Stroke Development

Level 7: Fitness Swimmer

Level 4 will teach swimmers to do front crawl, rotary breathing, and elementary backstroke the width of the pool. They will be introduced to deep water entries and simple dives, while continuing to improve their deep water treading skills. Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate

Level 7 helps swimmers refine their strokes and skills so participants swim with ease, efficiency, and power over greater distances. Participants will begin to incorporate flip turns into their front crawl. Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate

Code 301004.01 301004.03 301004.04

Day M TH SAT

Date 9/14-11/2 9/17-11/5 9/19-11/7

Time 6-6:50pm 7-7:50pm 10-10:50am

RES/NR $28/$42 $28/$42 $28/$42

301004.05 301004.06

SAT T/TH

9/19-11/7 11/17-12/17

3:30-4:20pm 5-5:50pm

$28/$42 $32/$48

Time 6-6:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Nathan Hale High School Code 301004.02

Day TH

Date 9/17-11/5

Level 5 will help the swimmer develop confidence and distance in previous learned strokes while introducing new strokes. Swimmers will begin to develop scissor and frog kicks, underwater swimming skills, and new deep water dives.

Nathan Hale High School Day TH

Date 9/17-11/5

Time 7-7:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate Code 301005.02

Day SAT

Date 9/19-11/7

Time 1:30-2:20pm

RES/NR $28/$42

301005.03

T/TH

11/17-12/17

6-6:50pm

$32/$48

Level 6: Swimming and Skill Proficiency Swimmers will practice their front crawl and elementary backstroke for 50 yards, backstroke for 25 yards and butterfly for 15 yards. Participants will continue to strengthen their frog kick and scissors kick. Open turns are introduced and deep water skills are refined.

Nathan Hale High School Code 301006.01

Day T

Date 9/15-11/3

Time 7-7:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Time 7-7:50pm

RES/NR $32/$48

Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate Code 301006.02

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Day T/TH

Date 11/17-12/17

Day M

Date 9/14-11/2

Time 7-7:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Level 8: Intro to Competitive Swimming Level 8 will introduce swimmers to what to expect in competitive swimming. Swimmers will learn to do starts from blocks, use equipment such as paddles and pull buoys, and understand the terminology and format of competitive swimming. This is a higher level program that will build endurance.

Nathan Hale High School

Level 5: Stroke Refinement

Code 301005.01

Code 301007.01

Code 301008.01

Day W

Date 9/16-11/4

Time 7-7:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Intermediate Swim Lessons 6th-8th Grade Nathan Hale High School Are you looking for a great way to improve your swimming techniques? This class is similar in content to the WAWM district PE classes and will help prepare participants for high school physical education swim class. This class is free to all school district students and residents. Code 301012.01

Day W

Date 9/16-11/4

Time 7-7:50pm

RES/NR FREE/$45

Aqua Zumba Dina Sharafinski - Nathan Hale High School Perfect for those looking to add a low-impact, high-energy aquatic exercise to their fitness routine. Aqua Zumba blends the Zumba philosophy with water resistance for one pool party you shouldn’t miss! Easy on your joints but don’t be fooled...this is a great workout! Code 302001.01

Day W

Date 9/16-11/4

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Time 6-6:50pm

FALL 2020

RES/NR $35/$53


Nathan Hale High School Whether your goal is to build confidence in the water, develop basic swimming skills, or improve on your strokes, let us help you achieve it! Our adult swim lessons will work on a variety of aspects important to swimming to get you feeling more comfortable in the water. Code 302004.01

Day W

Date 9/16-11/4

Time 8-8:50pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Baby Sign Storytime 6mo-2yrs w/adult Marissa Meier - Recreation Center Come enjoy a short story filled with signs to teach your baby! We will have lots of fun reading, singing, and signing during class! Adults will need to participate in this class. No class 11/25. Code 303402.01

Day W

Date 11/11-12/16

Time RES/NR 5:15-5:45pm $13/$20

Music Fun 2-4yrs w/adult Kim Blanton - Irving Fieldhouse Music can be so much fun. Bells, drums, cans, and sticks can make such unique sounds and when all together, kids can make beautiful music! Music Fun is all about using different instruments to make some fun musical sounds. Code 303160.01 303160.02 303160.03

Day M M M

Date 9/21-10/12 10/19-11/9 11/16-12/7

Time 9-9:45am 9-9:45am 9-9:45am

RES/NR $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23

Dance Ballerinas 2-4yrs w/adult Mariela Martinez - Recreation Center Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ballet time! If your child loves to dance, watch ballet and twirl around, this is the class for them. Girls and boys are welcome. No class 11/2.

2-3yrs Code 303300.01 303300.02 303300.03

Day M M M

Date 9/21-10/12 10/19-11/16 11/23-12/14

Time 5:30-6pm 5:30-6pm 5:30-6pm

RES/NR $10/$15 $10/$15 $10/$15

Day M M M

Date 9/21-10/12 10/19-11/16 11/23-12/14

Time 6:30-7pm 6:30-7pm 6:30-7pm

RES/NR $10/$15 $10/$15 $10/$15

3-4yrs Code 303300.04 303300.05 303300.06

AQUATICS/EARLY CHILDHOOD

Adult Swim Lessons

Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Get Moving 2-4yrs w/adult

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Natasha Ergen - Irving Fieldhouse Kids are constantly moving around and finding things to do. Here is a class where kids will be able to move around to music, follow instructions from the teacher using different types of fun materials, and more. Class will be held outside (weather permitting). No class 11/26, 11/27. Code 303200.01 303200.02 303200.03 303200.04 303200.05 303200.06

Day TH TH TH F F F

Date 9/24-10/15 10/22-11/12 11/19-12/17 9/25-10/16 10/23-11/13 11/20-12/18

Time 6-6:45pm 6-6:45pm 6-6:45pm 9-9:45am 9-9:45am 9-9:45am

RES/NR $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

NEW ABCs and 123s 2-4yrs w/adult Laura Peterson - Irving Fieldhouse In this hands-on and engaging class, participants will learn and create with the letters of the alphabet and numbers! Each week we will focus on a few letters and a few numbers. Participants will learn how to identify the letters/numbers, write them, apply them, and do activities/projects with them. No class 11/3. Code 303103.01 303103.02 303103.03

Day T T T

Date 9/22-10/13 10/20-11/17 11/24-12/15

Time 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am

RES/NR $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23

Play and Learn with Playdough 2-4yrs w/adult Laura Peterson - Irving Fieldhouse While most children have playdough at home, this class will introduce many ways to use playdough for learning things such as the alphabet, numbers, shapes, sorting and much more. Caregivers will go home with a lot of ideas on how to incorporate learning with playdough! No class 11/26. Code 303350.01 303350.02 303350.03

Day TH TH TH

Date 9/24-10/15 10/22-11/12 11/19-12/17

Time 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am

RES/NR $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23

Pint-Size Picassos 3-5yrs Kim Blanton - Irving Fieldhouse Art is an essential part of expressing ideas and feelings in a visual form. Children will get to paint on different materials such as canvas, cement, tile and more. Code 303152.01 303152.02 303152.03

Day M M M

Date 9/21-10/12 10/19-11/9 11/16-12/7

Time 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am

RES/NR $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23

Mushy-Gushy, Sticky-Icky Fun 2-4yrs w/adult Natasha Ergen - Irving Fieldhouse

Messy fun for your child that you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to clean up. Children will play with shaving cream, pudding, dirt and more. Old play clothes are recommended but not mandatory. No class 11/26, 11/27. Code 303150.01 303150.02 303150.03 303150.04 303150.05 303150.06

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Day TH TH TH F F F

Date 9/24-10/15 10/22-11/12 11/19-12/17 9/25-10/16 10/23-11/13 11/20-12/18

Time 7-7:45pm 7-7:45pm 7-7:45pm 10:15-11:30am 10:15-11:30am 10:15-11:30am

Gingerbread Construction Party 3-6yrs w/adult Kim Blanton - Irving Fieldhouse How would you like to make a gingerbread house, gingerbread train car, gingerbread boat, etc.? Let your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mind run wild. Everyone will be given a packet of supplies to come up with whatever edible creation they would like to make. Code 303196.01

Day SAT

Date 12/12

Time 11am-12pm

RES/NR $10/$15

Mini Holiday Fun 3-7yrs Marissa Meier - Irving Fieldhouse Drop your child off for a story, craft, and snack that are all holiday themed. Each child will make and wrap a present for their adult during the class. Both classes will have different content! Code 303195.01 303195.02

Day SAT M

Date 12/19 12/21

Time 10-11am 5:30-6:30pm

RES/NR $5/$8 $5/$8

Glow Run 2-8yrs w/adult Marissa Meier - Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate Join us for a Glow Run designed for you and your child and is filled with glow sticks! Ages 2-4yrs will start a .5K or 1K at 7:15pm and ages 5 and up will start a 1K or 2K at 7:30pm. Code 303210.01

Day F

Date 9/18

Time 7-8pm

RES/NR $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23 $15/$23

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RES/NR $5/$8


Laura Peterson - Irving Fieldhouse What theme are we having fun with today? Will it be nature, painting, or dinosaurs? Whatever the theme of the day is, your child will have funtastic fun with each of the different themes. Come to one or two or all of them! Code 303100.01 303100.02 303100.03 303100.04

Theme Nature Explorers Painter’s Club Under the Sea Hands-on Sensory Fun

Day W W W W

Date 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14

Time 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am

RES/NR $5/$8 $5/$8 $5/$8 $5/$8

303100.05 303100.06 303100.07 303100.08 303100.09 303100.10 303100.11

Dinosaurs Pumpkins Music Makers Planes, Trains, Cars Thanksgiving Bugs, Bugs, Bugs Letter & Number Fun

W W W W W W W

10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 12/2 12/9

10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am 10:15-11am

$5/$8 $5/$8 $5/$8 $5/$8 $5/$8 $5/$8 $5/$8

Start Smart Baseball 3-5yrs w/adult Marissa Meier - Recreation Center Using a soft ball or tee ball, participants will work one-on-one and spend quality time with their adult while working on how to throw, catch, hit and complete some running/agility skills without the threat of competition or getting hurt. Please bring your own glove. No class 10/14. Code Day Date Time RES/NR 305001.01 W 9/23-10/28 5-6pm $25/$38

PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS 3yrs-Pre-K NEW LOCATION - Recreation Center: 2450 S. 68th St. Our Preschool includes both small and large group instruction along with 1:1 academic instruction revolving around a weekly theme. Pre-reading activities include the ABC’s and the Letter People. Pre-math activities include sorting, colors, patterns, shapes, graphing and numbers. We also offer play-based learning centers for reading, math, science, dramatic play and creative art. Children are encouraged to use their creative energy to develop necessary social skills to learn and play successfully in a group setting. The two times per week will include structured large muscle movement activities, instruction with emergent reader books and exploration with iPads. Our Preschool is a school year long program. Children must be comfortable in a classroom setting without a parent and must be able to use the restroom independently. The Preschool program is instructed by a certified classroom teacher, Kim Rymer and classroom assistant, Tami Francis. Classes fill quickly - Don’t delay, register today! For more information, contact Program Manager Linda Gritzmacher 414-604-4911.

EARLY CHILDHOOD/PRESCHOOL

Funtastic Fun 3-5yrs

Preschool will hold an open house before classes begin. All families who register will receive a phone call to sign up for a particular date and time. Payment plans are available. For more information, please contact our office. If your child turns 3 by December and you are interested in getting your child enrolled for the remainder of the school year, please contact Linda Gritzmacher, 414-604-4911.

Preschool II (2x per week) This is a “TWO” day/week program held on Tuesday and Thursday, 9-11:30am (403400.02). $696 RES/$1044 NR. Monthly payments are available.

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YOUTH SPORTS

COMING SOON! FALL YOUTH SPORTS IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT We very much value the opportunity to provide a safe youth sports environment for your children. There are several factors that will influence how youth sports can be safely offered this upcoming fall. Due to the fluidity and ever-changing nature of these factors, we feel it is best to wait and make a final determination at a later date. We are continually monitoring the information being provided by the CDC, West Allis Health Department, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, and Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association.

Fall Sport Offerings: Soccer: 4K-8th Grade, Flag Football: 4K-8th Grade, Girls Volleyball: 2nd-8th Grade

Possible Youth Sport Formats: Instructional only, limited group sizes • Instructional only, large group sizes • Individual team practices and weekly game play As we progress through the summer and approach fall, we will get a clearer picture of how sports can be best offered in the fall and will make a final decision soon. We will communicate information on our website and Facebook page. Thank you for your patience and continued support! For more information or questions, please contact Sam Sujecki - Youth Sports Manager 414-604-4959.

Youth Golf Lessons 6-15yrs Jim Rewolinski - Deer Haven Golf Club Looking to expand your child’s knowledge of golf past the putt-putt course? A professional golf instructor will guide your child through the basics of golf. During the lessons, your child will work on their golf skills at the golf range, practice green and at three practice holes. Participants will be responsible to purchase practice balls and pay additional green fees. Costs may vary depending on basket sizes. Please have your child bring their own clubs to the lessons. For weather cancellations, please call Jim Rewolinski at 414-427-9650. Code 305600.01 305600.02

Age 6-10 11-15

Day Date SAT 9/19-10/10 SAT 9/19-10/10

Time 10-11am 11am-12pm

RES/NR $25/$38 $25/$38

Trixters Gymnastics 4+yrs Nathan Hale High School Upper Gym Improve your child’s flexibility, strength, coordination and self-confidence. Your gymnast will work on their skills in the areas of the floor, uneven bars and balance beam. The gymnasts will be evaluated into groups with similar skill levels. Due to space limitations, classes are closed sessions. No class 11/26. Code 305125.01 305125.02 305125.03

Age 4-6 7-9 10+

Day T/TH T/TH T/TH

Date 9/22-12/10 9/22-12/10 9/22-12/10

Time 6-6:40pm 6:45-7:25pm 7:30-8:10pm

RES/NR $60/$90 $60/$90 $60/$90

Kids Tennis Club 5K-5th Grade Liberty Heights Park Come be part of a club that introduces your child to the world of tennis. In a supportive and non-traditional environment, your child will be introduced to the basics of tennis. This program is great for the beginner and those who need to brush up on their skills.

Beginner/No Experience Code 305905.01

Day TH

Date 9/17-10/22

Time RES/NR 5:30-6:15pm $15/$23

Intermediate/Advanced Code 305905.02

Day TH

Date 9/17-10/22

Time RES/NR 6:25-7:10pm $15/$23

Interscholastic Intermediate School Sports These leagues are open to all 6th-8th grade school district residents including those students that attend a parochial school, private school, home school, or virtual school outside the WAWM School District. For additional information, please contact Sam Sujecki at 414-604-4959.

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Dance Program

Recreation Center 5, 6, 7, 8... let’s dance! Dance is a great outlet for your child to not only express their creativity but also increase their strength, coordination, flexibility, endurance and physical fitness. Classes will focus on introducing the basics of each dance style and then building on those skills to further their journey in dance. Creative Movement classes are geared towards children that are 4-6 yrs old. This opportunity offers your child the chance to explore, improvise and express themselves through dance while developing their large and fine motor skills, coordination, rhythm and listening skills. Basic movements of dance will be introduced. Your child won’t skip a beat in this class! Due to COVID-19, we have adjusted the format of the WAWM RCS Department Dance Program. We have divided the Dance Program into two seasons, a Fall Season and a Winter/Spring Season. Each season will focus on developing the dancer’s skills in dance, character building and self-growth. At this time, a decision regarding a recital during the Winter/Spring Season has not been decided as COVID-19 is an ever changing landscape. More details for the Winter/Spring Dance season to follow in our upcoming Winter/Spring Activity Guide. No class 11/26, 11/28.

SATURDAYS

Program Dates: October 15-December 12 • Classes Begin: Thursday: 10/15 • Saturday: 10/17 Price: $40 RES/$60 NR (Per class for the entire session October-December)

9-9:50am

10-10:50am

11-11:50am

12-12:50pm

1-1:50pm

Tap 10-13yrs 415600.01

Tap Level 2 7-9yrs 415500.02

Tap 4-6yrs Creative Movement

Jazz 7-9yrs 415500.01 Ballet 4-6yrs

Poms 10-13yrs 415600.02

Tap Level 1 7-9yrs 415500.06 Poms 4-6yrs Creative Movement 415400.03 Ballet 10-13yrs 415600.03

Jazz 10-13yrs 415600.04 Ballet 4-6yrs Creative Movement 415400.04

Creative Movement

THURSDAYS

415400.01

Ballet Level 1 7-9yrs 415500.03

415400.02 Poms 7-9yrs 415500.04 Ballet Level 2 7-9yrs 415500.05

6-6:50pm

7-7:70pm

Tap Level 2 Teen/Adult 415700.01

Tap Level 1 Teen/Adult 415700.02

Ballet Creative Movement 4-6yrs 415400.05

Ballet Adult 415700.03

Hawaiian Creative Movement 4-6yrs 415400.06

Hawaiian 7-9yrs 415500.07

DANCE & BATON

The WAWM RCS reserves the right to split up or combine classes for the benefit of the program.

8-8:50pm Jazz Adult 415700.04

Hawaiian Teen/Adult 415700.05

Level Classifications: Level 1 is suggested for any participants with little to no experience in that particular dance-style. Level 2 is suggested for participants who have experience in that particular dance-style and more challenging steps and combinations may be introduced. Dancers may be moved up or down a Level based on our instructor’s recommendation.

Diamond Twirlers 3yrs-adult

• Half Time Mini Show 3-5yrs

Recreation Center - Instructional Classes and Teams Baton is an excellent way of developing hand-eye coordination, rhythm, timing, poise, gracefulness, endurance, self-discipline and overall coordination. All levels are welcome to be a member of any of the baton or pom pons teams. For more information about costumes, batons and props for certain groups or about fundraising, please contact Kathy Kugi-Tom, Diamond Twirlers voicemail at 414-604-4900 ext. 5931.

Poms, batons and props are used in a variety of half time performances for football, sporting events and band shows. This class gives introductory skills to help create your own show routine, basic moves, and skills that can be used in a variety of performances.

Taste of Baton 3-6yrs (with no prior experience) In this introductory class, beginners will dabble in baton twirling and dance skills. Simple dance twirl combinations will be taught. Who’s ready to start twirling?! Code Day 315210.01 SAT

Date Time 10/24-11/7 12-12:45pm

RES/NR $16/$24

Code 315210.02

Day SAT

Date 10/24-11/7

Time 11:15am-12pm

RES/NR $16/$24

• Baton Twirling Mini Camp 1-2yrs experience at WAWM RCS Camp or Class Come add more skills to your abilities to get you ready for new classes or teams in January. Practice sessions on rolls, tricks and partners. Code 315210.03

Day SAT

Date 10/24-11/7

Time 1-1:30pm

RES/NR $12/$18

REGISTER NOW wawmrec.com or 414-604-4900

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YOUTH ENRICHMENT

Math Detectives 4-7yrs Marissa Meier - Recreation Center This hands-on math class will be engaging and fun for your child! Your child will make games and manipulatives to take home to continue the fun with the family while reinforcing key math concepts. Code 304453.01

Day W

Date 11/11-12/16

Time 6:15-7:15pm

RES/NR $30/$45

Reading Rockets 5-7yrs Marissa Meier - Recreation Center We will work on reading comprehension, fluency, phonics, phonemic awareness, and writing during our time together. Whether your child is just learning the alphabet, reading simple words, or loves diving into chapter books, we will work on their level to help them succeed. No class 10/14. Code 304452.01

VIRTUAL

Day W

Date 9/23-10/28

Time 6:30-7:15pm

RES/NR $15/$23

Private Music Lessons 3rd Grade-Adult Bob Halat - Zoom

VIRTUAL

Paint Escape 6+yrs

Grape Escape Staff - Zoom We will create a piece of art following a live step-by-step lesson plan using Zoom. The Zoom password will be emailed to participants 1 business day prior to the class. Participants will be responsible to purchase their supplies for the class and a supply list will be emailed. Code 304503.01 304503.02 304503.03 304503.04

Day SAT SAT SAT SAT

Date 9/19 10/17 11/14 12/12

Time 1-2pm 1-2pm 1-2pm 1-2pm

RES/NR $12/$18 $12/$18 $12/$18 $12/$18

Little Jragons Martial Arts 3-17yrs

Individual virtual lessons are designed to help you achieve your musical needs and ambitions. Lesson times range between 3:15-6:45pm with each lesson consisting of 30 minutes. If you are a first-time musician, trying to get back in tune or are looking to further your musical ability, this is a great opportunity for you. Lessons are for all band instruments, guitar and piano. Bob will contact you prior to your first session to schedule a time. No lessons 11/2, 11/3, 11/26, 11/27. Code 317100.01 317100.02 317100.03 317100.04 317100.05 317100.06 317100.07 317100.08 317100.09 317100.10

Day M M T T W W TH TH F F

Date 9/14-10/19 10/26-12/7 9/15-10/20 10/27-12/8 9/16-10/21 10/28-12/2 9/17-10/29 11/5-12/17 9/18-10/23 11/6-12/18

Time 3:15-6:45pm 3:15-6:45pm 3:15-6:45pm 3:15-6:45pm 3:15-6:45pm 3:15-6:45pm 3:15-6:45pm 3:15-6:45pm 3:15-6:45pm 3:15-6:45pm

RES/NR $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150

Jason â&#x20AC;&#x153;Jragonâ&#x20AC;? Jordan - Recreation Center Children will learn traditional martial arts, kickboxing and basic jiu-jitsu. These martial arts can help build character qualities such as confidence, leadership, respect and discipline. Classes are designed to improve large and fine motor skills while enhancing their ability to focus and follow directions. 10+yrs No class 11/3. Ramona Kaiser or Becca Bojarski - Horace Mann Elementary Babysitting is one of the most important jobs a young person will Code Age Day Date Time RES/NR ever have. Babysitting can be a lot of fun but the responsibility of it 304101.01 3-4 T 9/15-10/27 5:30-6pm $49/$74 should never be taken lightly. This program is based on these essential themes: Leadership, Safety and Safe Play, Basic Care and 304101.02 3-4 T 11/10-12/22 5:30-6pm $49/$74 First Aid (including rescue breathing). 304101.03 5-6 T 9/15-10/27 6:15-6:45pm $49/$74

American Red Cross Babysitting

304101.04 304101.05 304101.06

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5-6 7+ 7+

T T T

11/10-12/22 9/15-10/27 11/10-12/22

6:15-6:45pm $49/$74 7-8pm $59/$89 7-8pm $59/$89

Code 304602.01 304602.02

Day W W

Date 10/14-10/28 11/4-11/18

West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services Department

Time 5:30-7:45pm 5:30-7:45pm

FALL 2020

RES/NR $60/$90 $60/$90


WAWM RCS CARE CAMPS CAMP FUNDAYS Camp will be held from 7am-5:30pm on September 1 - September 4. During camp, students will be with a group of 10-12 similar grade/age peers. The day will consist of age appropriate games, crafts and activities. Breakfast and lunch will be provided by Sodexo. You will receive site specific information (food menu, what to bring, weekly flyer, etc) by Friday, August 28. Deadline to register is Thursday, August 27 by 5pm. Please send your child with sunscreen, water bottle labeled with their name, swim suit (for water games), change of clothes and face mask/covering.

CAMP VIRTUALISTIC Camp will be held from 7am-5:30pm beginning Tuesday, September 8 through the duration of Phase 1. Camp will have a similar structure as camps before, but with the addition of time for each student to get their online learning done each day. Students will be placed in groups of 10-12 similar grade/age peers. They will stay with that group through all activities and learning time. Breakfast and lunch will be provided by Sodexo. You will receive site specific information (food menu, what to bring, weekly flyer, etc) each Friday for the following week. Deadline to register is Thursday by 5pm the week before camp starts. Each student MUST have their own technology tool for online learning and headphones. Please send your child with weather appropriate clothing, water bottle labeled with their name, and face mask/covering.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION • Please be sure to check your email that you provided at the time of enrollment to receive important information and to fill out emergency contact forms online. • When registering, proof of reduced or free lunches through the WAWM School District is not required at the time of enrollment, but will be reviewed at a later date to verify eligibility. • Additional weeks of camp to be added as needed. • The WAWM RCS Department reserves the right to consolidate locations based on enrollment numbers. • There is limited availability, so register early! • Before and After School Action along with Non-School Day Camps will return as students begin to transition in person/distance learning. • Continue to check our website under the “Action Child Care” tab. Locations: Nathan Hale High School Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate Horace Mann Elementary

Code: 417001 417002 417003

FOR MORE INFORMATION Enroll over the phone at 414-604-4900 / Register online at wawmrec.com

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ADAPTIVE RECREATION/WALKING TRACK

Community Based Transition Program 21+yrs Enroll now in the Community Based Transition Program which serves adults, ages 21 and older with disabilities. This program aims to help participants learn and grow in the areas of daily living, personal, social, vocational, leisure and recreation skills. We meet Monday-Wednesday and Friday 9am-2pm at the Recreation Center. Thursdays we meet at AMF West Bowling Lanes from 9am-2pm for a day of fun on the lanes. All participants must provide their own transportation to and from the program, be independent in personal care and able to work in a group setting. Fees are based on the amount of activities and days the participant attends. Outside funding sources are accepted. For more information please call Dan Steenrod at 414-604-4951 or steenrodd@wawmsd.org.

Swim for Life 4+yrs Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate Join us for a fun swim session for participants with disabilities. The program will run similar to our Semi-Private lessons with one instructor to every four participants. Participants need a parent or guardian with them in the water. Instructors will meet with parents and guardians to determine individual goals for the class. We do ask for individuals to set goals but the main focus will be to have fun, meet new friends and learn basic fundamentals of swimming. Instructors will work alongside parents in the water. Code 313030.01

Day W

Date 9/16-11/4

Time 6-6:50pm

RES/NR $29/$44

West Allis Special Olympics Get involved with West Allis Special Olympics! Special Olympics provides year round opportunities for exercise, sports training and athletic competitions for participants 8 years and older with cognitive disabilities. For more information regarding sports available or to become a coach or volunteer, contact Claudia Derringer at 414-257-4610.

NEW

Packers Tailgate and Watch Party 14+yrs

Recreation Center Skip the travel and cold weather, come join our Packers tailgate right here in our own Recreation Center. Enjoy hot dogs, chips, and soda as we cheer on the Packers with our friends. Wear your favorite Packers shirt or Green and Gold as the Packers take on the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football. Code 313025.01

NEW

Day M

Date 10/5

Time 7-10pm

RES/NR $5/$8

Holiday Card Making 6+yrs

Recreation Center Celebrate the holidays by making your loved ones a fun holiday themed card. We will design and create a special greeting card which you will be able to take home. In October we will create a spooky Halloween card, a terrific Thanksgiving card in November, and a jolly Christmas card in December. Supplies are included, and staff will be able to assist any participants who need help. Code 313200.01 313200.02 313200.03

Day T T T

Date 10/20 11/17 12/15

Time 6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm

RES/NR $4/$6 $4/$6 $4/$6

GET READY, GET SET, GO!

Did you know the NEW Recreation and Community Services Center has an indoor walking track?! Whether it’s too hot, too cold, or too dark outside, the indoor track will be a great place for you to get your steps in no matter what it’s like outside!

There are many perks of walking at the Recreation Center: Controlled Temperature, Smooth Walking Surface, Convenient Hours, A Safe Place to Get Your Steps In, Walk with Friends, or Walk Alone!

DAILY PASS

30 PACK PASS

YEARLY PASS

• Ages 14 & Under, Seniors 60+, Military: $2 • Ages 15-59: $3 • Non-Residents: $6

• Ages 14 & Under, Seniors 60+, Military: $40 • Ages 15-59: $60 • Non-Residents: $150

• Ages 14 & Under, Seniors 60+, Military: $125 • Ages 15-59: $120 • Non-Residents: $300

HOURS (subject to change): Mon.-Thurs. 6am-9pm • Fri. 6am-8pm • Sat. 7am-4pm • Sun. 9am-3pm Get a walk in before you head into work, stop by during the day, or take an evening walk. With our flexible and extended hours, you’ll be able to find the right time to visit and get a great walking workout or run in. Come enjoy the new indoor walking track at the new West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation and Community Services Center! We look forward to seeing you there!

QUESTIONS? WAWMREC.COM/414-604-4900 *** WATCH OUR FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM AND WEBSITE FOR WHEN TRACK MEMBERSHIPS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ***

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FALL 2020


55+ AT HEART

CHECK IT OUT

NEW

YOUNG

Hop on over to page 14 for more fitness class opportunities to keep you active and having fun this Fall!

Fabulous Fall Soups

Amberlea Childs - Recreation Center Soup is savory and warms the heart. This class will highlight seasonal and root veggies for soup and an electric pressure cooker, known as an Instant Pot. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll make three plant based soups: Curry Butternut Squash, Dill Pickle Chowder and a savory Italian Lentil. Join us to learn how to make soup creamy and delicious while still healthy and good for you. Code 330300.01

Day TH

Date 10/15

Time 11am-1pm

RES/NR $30/$45

Active Living Every Day Vicki Francolucci & Betty Marr - Recreation Center Participants come together for weekly sessions of education and discussion to learn skills (identifying and overcoming barriers, setting goals, creating an action plan) needed to become more physically active. A variety of exercises are discussed and sampled in the program, giving the background for individuals to make their personal decisions for the type and amount of exercise they want to do. Code 330100.01

Day T

Date 9/15-12/1

Time 11am-12pm

RES/NR $42/$63

TOGETHER WE CAN GET THROUGH ANYTHING #WAWMREC

Photo Credit: Emily Duvall Photography

REGISTER NOW wawmrec.com or 414-604-4900

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OPEN GYM/ADULT FITNESS

Open Gym Schedule - Starting September 21 The WAWM RCS is pleased to offer our community open gym time at the new Recreation and Community Services Center. Please check the schedule below for days and times. Open gym attire and clean tennis shoes are required. If you have any questions about Open Gyms, please contact Ben Versnik at versnikb@wawmsd.org or 414-604-4938. Due to COVID-19, open gym times may change. Please check our website for the most up to date times. Please note: 6-10yrs, 11-14yrs and high school open gyms are reserved for residents only. Name Open Pickleball 18+yrs Open Badminton Open Basketball 6-10yrs Open Basketball 11-14yrs Open Gym High School Open Basketball 55+yrs Family Open Basketball Adult Open Volleyball

Monday 10am-12pm 12-2pm

Tuesday

Wednesday 10am-12pm

10am-12pm

Friday

Saturday

3-5pm

2-4pm 5-7pm 7-9pm

1-3pm

Sunday

10am-12pm

1-3pm

12-2pm 2-4pm

1-3pm 10am-12pm

7-9pm

FEES: - Youth (Residents Only): $1 • Adults (19-59yrs): $2 RES/$4 NR • Seniors (60+): $1 RES/$2 NR

NEW

Walk for Wellness

Senior Morning Stretch

Betty Marr - Recreation Center Don’t like walking alone? Want to meet new people who also enjoy walking as much as you do and learn some stretches that will help you before and after you walk. Come join Betty and the others who will help make walking a part of your wellness plan. Recreation Center outside walking around block. If inclement weather, class will move indoors on the walking track. Code 308120.01

Day M/W

Date 9/21-10/28

Time RES/NR 6:15-7:15pm $48/$72

Recreation Center Indoor Walking Track Code 308120.02

Day M/W

Date 11/2-12/16

Time RES/NR 6:15-7:15pm $48/$72

ZUMBA® Gold Toning Jill Farina - Recreation Center Tailored for active older adults, who want to focus on muscle conditioning and light weight activity. How it works: Zumba® Gold-Toning blends the Zumba® party you love at a slower pace with a redefining total body workout using Zumba® Toning Sticks to shake up those muscles! Benefits: Low to moderate intensity strength training exercises are essential to prevent a dramatic reduction in muscle mass, muscle strength, atrophy and sarcopenia (loss of skeletal muscle mass). No class 11/26. Code 308104.01

Day TH

Date 9/24-12/17

Time 9-9:45am

THRILLER WORKSHOP SAT. OCTOBER 24TH Stay tuned for more information!

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Thursday

RES/NR $36/$54

Betty Marr - Recreation Center Stretch out and learn to help keep your muscles toned without aerobic exercise. Start your day off with a fun class, great music and a total body stretch. No class 11/27. Code 308008.01 308008.02

Day M F

Date 9/21-12/14 9/25-12/18

Time 9-9:45am 9-9:45am

RES/NR $39/$59 $36/$54

Chair Yoga for Healing Susie Melott - Recreation Center This supportive class is designed for people dealing with chronic illness, injury or any other kind of physical limitations. Move through gentle postures to enhance mobility with the support of a chair and other props. Special emphasis will be placed on breathing techniques to strengthen the mind/body connection to tap into the body’s natural ability to heal. A guided meditation will end each class. No mat necessary and chairs will be provided. Code 308002.01

Day T

Date Time 11/10-12/22 11-11:45am

RES/NR $21/$32

Chair Yoga for Seniors Betty Marr -Recreation Center Chair Yoga is designed to meet the specific needs of seniors and is structured to benefit everyone at any level of health and fitness. Class will include a combination of stretching and breathing exercises designed to relieve stress, calm the mind and increase mobility, balance and body awareness. The yoga poses used are adapted for seniors and are done either standing or seated. Chairs will be provided to keep everyone safe and supported. There is no need to bring a yoga mat. Code 308001.01

Day W

Date 9/23-12/16

West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services Department

Time 9-9:45am

FALL 2020

RES/NR $39/$59


Kay Farber - Recreation Center Non-aerobic exercise that tones your entire body! Body ball, weights and exer-bands are provided. No class 11/23, 11/25. Code 308500.01 308500.02

Day M W

Date 9/21-12/14 9/23-12/16

Time 6-7pm 6-7pm

RES/NR $48/$72 $48/$72

Beginner Yoga Betty Marr - Lane Intermediate This beginner yoga class is not only for beginners but anyone seeking to deepen their knowledge of yoga postures and breathing techniques. No class 11/3, 11/24. Code 308110.01

Day T

Date 9/22-12/15

Time 6:30-7:15pm

RES/NR $33/$50

Hatha Yoga Relax and refresh your body, mind, and spirit while practicing Hatha style yoga. With an emphasis on proper alignment, you will be able to safely build a stronger core and increase flexibility and balance. All levels of experience welcome! No class 11/3, 11/26, 11/28.

Crystal Perry - Hoover Elementary Code 308110.02

Day T

Date 9/22-12/15

Time 6-7:15pm

RES/NR $55/$83

Richard Tarney - Recreation Center Code 308110.03 308110.04

Day TH SAT

Date 10/1-12/17 10/3-12/19

Time 5:30-6:30pm 2:30-3:30pm

RES/NR $44/$66 $44/$66

ADULT FITNESS

Total Stretch

Sculpt, Strength and Stretch Erika Drilling -Recreation Center During this class you will improve your body composition, strength, endurance and flexibility. Emphasis is on sculpting the muscles of the arms, back, chest, abdominals, glutes and legs. De-stress with a relaxing stretch at the end. This is a non-aerobic, total body conditioning workout! No class 11/3, 11/24. Code 308130.01

Day T

Date 9/22-12/15

Time 9:15-10:15am

RES/NR $44/$66

Jill Farina - Lane Intermediate Perfect for everybody and every body! Each Zumba® class is designed to bring people together to sweat it out. We take the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why Zumba® Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise. Super effective? Check. Super fun? Check and check. A total workout, combining elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class. Code 308100.01

Day M

Date 9/21-12/14

Time 6-7pm

RES/NR $52/$78

Outdoor Zumbathon 2020 for WAWM School District - Kids Food Backpack Program

Morning Stretch Jill Farina - Recreation Center Need a good morning stretch to start your day? Come stretch out and learn to help keep these muscles loose. This class is geared towards all ages and abilities. No class 11/26. Code 308009.01

Day TH

Date 9/24-12/17

Time 8:15-8:45am

RES/NR $24/$36

Sunday, September 13th • 4-5:30pm Rain Date: Sunday, September 20th • 4-5:30pm Outside on the West Allis Athletic Complex Track - 2606 S. 117th St. $15 advanced sales only please — www.brownpapertickets.com — or online at www.wawmrec.com (308102.01) For More Info: zumba.com/en-US/event/view/zumbathon-charity-event-8697 or Linda Gritzmacher at gritl@wawmsd.org

REGISTER NOW wawmrec.com or 414-604-4900

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ADULT FITNESS

Body Ball/Pilates

Crunch Time

Mary Bockhorst - Recreation Center Develop long, lean muscles without building bulk by focusing on the body's core to assist in the distribution of strength. The use of a body ball will increase strength and flexibility, improve posture and decrease stress. No class 11/3.

Betty Marr - Recreation Center

Code 308300.01

Day T

Date 9/22-12/15

Time 6-7pm

RES/NR $48/$72

Trim your midsection and increase your strength. Power packed exercises in just 30 minutes! No class 11/23, 11/25. Code 308805.01 308805.02

Day M W

Date 9/21-12/14 9/23-12/16

Time 5:30-6pm 5:30-6pm

RES/NR $24/$36 $24/$36

WERQ® Dana Peck - Recreation Center Are you ready to WERQ®? WERQ® is the fiercely fun dance fitness workout class based on pop, rock, and hip hop music taught by Certified Fitness professionals. The WERQ® warm up previews the dance steps used in class and the WERQ® cool down includes balance and yoga-inspired poses. Get ready to WERQ®! No class 11/26. Code 308211.01

Day TH

Date 9/24-12/17

Time 6-7pm

RES/NR $48/$72

Define - Butz, Gutz & Weights Vicki Francolucci & Betty Marr - Lane Intermediate If you want to work on your core, arms and lower body, then Define is your class. You will target those areas in class while having a great time. No class 11/26. Code 308800.01

Day TH

Date 9/24-12/17

Time 6-7pm

RES/NR $48/$72

Line Dance Fitness Vicki Francolucci - Lane Intermediate Come join us for some fun exercise and learn awesome line dances. You can Wobble, Slide, Hustle, Cha Cha, and Tush Push those calories away! No dance experience needed. You will learn these dances as we go. Come prepared to have a good time, laugh and love every minute of this cardio class. No class 11/3.

POUND® Recreation Center POUND® is a full-body cardio jam session, combining light resistance with constant simulated drumming. The workout fuses cardio, Pilates, strength movements, plyometrics, and isometric poses. Through continual upper body motion using lightly weighted exercise drumsticks called Ripstix, you’ll turn into a calorie-torching drummer, POUNDing off pounds as each song flies by! No class 11/26. Becca Whiting Code 308602.01

Day M

Date 9/21-12/14

Time 6:30-7:30pm

PUNCH PASS AVAILABLE! 16

RES/NR $52/$78

Code 308230.01

Day T

Date 9/22-12/15

Time 6-7pm

RES/NR $48/$72

Step It Up! Erika Drilling - Recreation Center Simple step routines will be complemented by aerobic floor and tabata routines to give you that superb cardiovascular workout you have always wanted! To keep your workout balanced, Step It Up! integrates strength, toning, balance and flexibility routines. Lower intensity options will be offered. No class 11/26. Code 308901.01

Day TH

Date 9/24-12/17

Time 6-7pm

RES/NR $48/$72

Can’t make it to all the classes in a session or need the flexibility to come to class when it is convenient for you? Get a punch pass! Visit wawmrec.com or call 414-604-4900 for more details.

West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services Department

FALL 2020


Recreation Center Spin your way into fitness! Group cycling will help you burn calories, build strength and gain endurance. Your instructors will take you on a ride using varying pedaling speed and resistance through hills, sprints, and drills all while listening to fun music. These indoor cycling classes are designed for all fitness levels. No class 11/3, 11/26. Melissa Olenchek Code 308400.01 308400.04 308400.05

Day M TH SAT

Date 9/21-12/14 9/24-12/17 9/19-12/19

Time 6-6:45pm 6-6:45pm 6-6:45pm

RES/NR $39/$59 $36/$54 $42/$63

Melissa Olenchek - Holiday Mini Session Code 308400.06

Day SAT

Date 12/26 & 1/2

Time 9-9:45am

RES/NR $6/$9

Mike Hanrahan - Advanced strength & endurance workout Code 308400.03

Day W

Date 9/23-12/16

Time 6:30-7:30pm

RES/NR $52/$78

Curtis Klamann - Advanced spinners workout Code 308400.02

Day T

Date 9/22-12/15

Time 6-7pm

RES/NR $48/$72

For more information and registration forms: Ben Versnik: 414-604-4938 • versnikb@wawmsd.org • wawmrec.com

Adult Volleyball Leagues

Co-Ed Fall Kickball League

Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate - 10 week league The 2020-2021 Volleyball Leagues will start the week of September 21. Teams wishing to play fall and winter are encouraged to sign up for both sessions at once to qualify for the discount. Leagues tend to fill up quickly for both sessions.

WA Athletic Complex - 6 week league The BIG red ball is making a comeback as the ultimate adult recreational sport! This twist on the grade school classic is a fun-for-everyone game that's the perfect excuse to just get out and have a good time. Kickball is played on a baseball diamond and game play consists of 10 players on the field (a minimum of five of each gender is required).

Deadline for returning team registration: Friday, August 28 New team registration begins: Tuesday, September 1 • Mondays: Co-Ed • Wednesdays: Women’s A • Wednesdays: Women’s B • Thursdays: Men’s All games: 6:15-9:15pm $450 RES/$550 NR (BOTH SESSIONS) $235 RES/$285 NR (ONE SESSION) >> Team registration fee includes all player fees <<

Day TH

Dottke High School - 6 week league Are you looking to get ready for the upcoming basketball season? Well, we have a league for you. Get your team registered for the Fall Men’s Basketball League. Registration is now open. Date 9/22-10/27

Time 6:30-9:30pm

RES/NR $300/$350

Adult Winter Basketball Leagues Dottke High School - 10 week league

Deadline for returning team registration: Friday, October 2 New team registration begins: Monday, October 5 Day M, T, W or TH

Date 12/7-2/25

Time 6:15-10:15pm

RES/NR $465/$515

Time 6:30-9:30pm

RES/NR $125/$175

Adult Fall Softball

Adult Fall Basketball

Day T

Date 8/20-9/24

FITNESS/ADULT SPORTS

Group Cycling

WA Athletic Complex - 6 week league Grab your glove, call your friends and enjoy a night of Fall softball. If rainouts occur during the season, games will be made up the following day. Registration is now open. Day T, TH

Date 8/25-10/8

Time 6:15-9:15pm

RES/NR $225/$275

WANTED

ADULT SPORTS OFFICIALS The WAWM RCS Department is looking for experienced adult sports officials for softball, volleyball, basketball and kickball. If you are interested, please contact Ben Versnik at 414-604-4938 or versnikb@wawmsd.org to receive an application.

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ADULT SPORTS

Adult Beginner Golf Lessons Jim Rewolinski - Deer Haven Golf Club Fore! Is that a common phrase in your golf game? No worries, lessons will cover the fundamentals and then some to help you shape your golf game for the next upcoming season. The lesson plan consists of 2 trips to the golf range, 1 trip to the practice green and 1 trip to three practice holes at Deer Haven Golf Club. Participants will be responsible to purchase practice balls and pay practice green fees during lessons. Additional costs may vary depending on basket sizes. Please bring your own clubs. Minimize your “duff” shots by joining us! For weather cancellations, please call Jim Rewolinski at 414-427-9650. Code 307600.01 307600.02

Day M W

Date 9/14-10/5 9/16-10/7

Times 5:30-6:30pm 5:30-6:30pm

RES/NR $24/$36 $24/$36

Beginner Pickleball Bob McIntyre, PPR Certified Pickleball Coach - Recreation Center Come have fun, get some exercise and learn the fastest growing sport in America for all ages and abilities – PICKLEBALL – a great game with a strange name. This class is intended for first time pickleball players or beginning players who have not had formal pickleball instruction. Register with a friend or come alone and be paired with a class partner. You will learn the basic shots of pickleball in the sequence of the game along with the basic rules and etiquette of the game. You will become comfortable keeping score and moving on the court playing doubles. Time will be given to play games after instruction to apply what’s just been taught. Paddles will be provided or bring your own. Wear good, indoor court shoes and sport-appropriate clothing. Eye protection is recommended but optional. Code Day 307105.01 T

Date 9/22-10/20

Times 7:15-8:45pm

RES/NR $30/$45

Adult Sports FREE AGENTS Free Agents are individuals who have not been able to form a team of their own but are looking to participate. On occasion there are teams that are a person or two short or there are individuals looking for a team to play on. That's where our Free Agent program comes in! If you are an individual looking for a team, contact Ben Versnik at versnikb@wawmsd.org or 414-604-4938 to register as a Free Agent. Your contact information may be provided to teams that request it and it will also be made available at the manager’s meeting prior to the season. Joining the free agent list does not guarantee placement on a team.

Open Badminton and Pickleball Lane Intermediate All ages and abilities are welcome to participate. Equipment will be provided for those who need it. Please be advised that cancellations may occur without notice due to special events. Day M

Date 9/21-12/21

Times 7-9:30pm

RES/NR $2/$3 per night

Adult Table Tennis Instruction Irving Elementary Love to play ping pong? Participants will be taught by USATT certified coaches in partnership with the Milwaukee Table Tennis Club. Some of the items that will be covered are proper paddle grip, forehand and backhand drives, spin, footwork, underspin push, rules and, serving. Drills to improve stroke techniques will be used. Code 307901.01

Day T

Date 9/22–10/27

Times 7-8:15pm

RES/NR $25/$38

WAWM RCS Department - - 47th Annual - Basketball & Volleyball Tournaments Calling all graduates from West Allis Central, Nathan Hale, West Milwaukee or James E. Dottke, get your team together and enter the 2020 Alumni Men’s Basketball or Co-Ed Volleyball tournaments. You do not have to be a former player on your high school team. All graduates are invited to play. Players need to be a graduate of one of our district high schools. Get your high school friends together and become part of this year’s tournament. This year’s tournament will be held on December 21 and 22 and the cost is $50 a team. If you are interested, please contact Ben Versnik at versnikb@wawmsd.org or visit the adult sports league page at www.wawmrec.com to receive a registration form.

3 Divisions of Men’s Basketball Tournament - Lane Intermediate • DI will be made up of teams graduating from the same high school and year from 2010 - present. • D2 will be made up of teams graduating from 1999-2010. Teams must be formed from the same highschool and may combine two consecutive years in the 2000-2009 graduating classes. • D3 -1998 and earlier, teams may combine as many years as needed and will play a limited schedule This year's basketball tournament will be held at multiple locations throughout the district.

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West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services Department

FALL 2020


Staci Joers - Recreation Center We will explore the world of Balsamic vinegar and sample a few recipes that feature the vinegar as its main ingredient. The sampling course includes: Summer Tomato and Basil Salad, Herb-Crusted Turkey Tenderloin with Balsamic Marsala Sauce, and so much more! Code 306000.01

Day T

Date 9/15

Time 6:30-8:30pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Italian Memories Staci Joers - Recreation Center There is no doubt that Italian food is one of the most popular cuisines across the world. Italian food represents an ideal way to eat and enjoy a meal. Our tasting menu includes Bread Soup with Rags, Pasta au Pesto with Cream, Green Beans and Potatoes and Strawberry Tiramisu. Code 306000.02

Day T

Date 10/6

Time 6:30-8:30pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Cutting the Cord - Controlling Cable & Internet Costs C.T. Kruger Fees for cable television, home internet, smartphones, and streaming services quickly add up to hundreds of dollars. This seminar reviews your options to cut costs and still watch television programs and have internet access on all devices. Recreation Center Code 306100.01

Day TH

Date 11/12

Time 6:30-8:30pm

RES/NR $20/$30

Date 9/19

Time 1-3pm

RES/NR $20/$30

ADULT ENRICHMENT

Balsamic Vinegar Workshop

Zoom: Virtual Class

Delicious (but Non-Traditional) Holiday Dinner Staci Joers - Recreation Center Come and try the non-traditional holiday flavors inspired by Asian flavors. The menu includes Puffy Pastry Wrapped Ham with Asianinspired Pineapple Sauce, Easy Garlic Chinese Broccoli, Stuffing with Asian flavors and Mandarin Orange Cake with Semi-homemade Cinnamon Ice Cream. Who’s ready to mix up their traditions? Code 306000.03

Day T

Date 11/10

Time 6:30-8:30pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Code 306100.02

Day SAT

iPad/iPhone - Tips, Tricks & Techniques C.T. Kruger Learn tips, tricks and techniques to navigate, organize and backup your iPhone or iPad device. Find and add useful apps that will help you organize and enjoy your Apple device. This class is specific for Apple iPhones and iPads. Recreation Center

Scandinavian Christmas Staci Joers - Recreation Center Nothing like a meal inspired by generations of family. Staci will share a variety of recipes shared to her from her Finnish Grandma and Great-Grandma. Those recipes include: Finnish Nisu (Grandma’s Cardamom Bread), Suomalaisen Lihapullat (Grandma’s Finnish Meatballs) with Lingonberries served over Buttered Egg Noodles and Grandma’s Date Pudding. Code 306000.04

Day T

Date 12/8

Time 6:30-8:30pm

RES/NR $28/$42

Italian Gone Vegan 14+yrs

Amberlea Childs - Recreation Center Amberlea will show you how to eat the things we like without all the fat and cholesterol. The plant based tasting menu includes: Air Fried Stromboli, Eggplant Meatballs and a Vegan Caesar Salad. We will also discuss the benefits of a plant based cuisine, share handouts and eat together. Code 306001.01

Day TH

Date 9/24

Time 6-8pm

RES/NR $30/$45

Code 306100.03

Day TH

Date 11/19

Time 6:30-8:30pm

RES/NR $20/$30

Date 9/26

Time 1-3pm

RES/NR $20/$30

Zoom: Virtual Class Code 306100.04

Day SAT

The Camera in Your Smartphone C.T. Kruger It’s a camera, it’s a photo album, it’s a television - it’s your phone! Learn about apps, tips, tricks, and limitations for pictures and video from iPhone and Android smartphones and tablets. We will cover your device’s camera, home and Cloud storage options, printing and more. Recreation Center Code 306100.05

Day TH

Date 12/3

Time 6:30-8:30pm

RES/NR $20/$30

Date 10/3

Time 1-3pm

RES/NR $20/$30

Zoom: Virtual Class Code 306100.06

Day SAT

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ADULT ENRICHMENT

You Have Pictures in Your Camera-Now What? C.T. Kruger We have hundreds - if not thousands - of pictures in our cameras, smartphones and computers. Now what? This seminar teaches techniques to save and organize pictures from cameras and smartphones to your computer, to external devices and to “the Cloud.” Recreation Center Code 306100.07

Day TH

Date 12/10

Time 6:30-8:30pm

RES/NR $20/$30

Zoom: Virtual Class Code 306100.08

Day SAT

Date 10/10

Time 1-3pm

RES/NR $20/$30

Watercolor Beginner Workshop Joyce Eesley - Recreation Center Have you ever wanted to try watercolor painting, but didn’t know how to begin? Explore the beauty of this incredible medium. You will develop skills starting with basic color mixing, learn the basics of the color theory and the arts elements. This class will include demonstrations and individual guidance. A supplies list will be emailed prior to the first class. Code Day Date Time 306601.01 M 9/14-10/19 1-3:30pm

RES/NR $55/$83

Watercolor Advanced Workshop Joyce Eesley - Recreation Center

VIRTUAL WITH LAURI PITON

Experience watercolor through a variety of materials, techniques and demonstrations that you can apply to your very own paintings. A supplies list will be emailed prior to the first class.

Photo 1 This introductory course in 35mm photography utilizing traditional film or digital SLR is designed for users who want to expand their camera knowledge. Topics include proper exposure, action photos, depth of field, close-up flower photo, methods of focus, camera parts, use of flash, proper maintenance, film speeds, and selection of lens. Code 306150.01 306150.02

Day Date T 11/3-12/1 T 11/3-12/1

Time 1-2pm 7-8pm

RES/NR $60/$90 $60/$90

Fix Digital Pictures with Photoshop Elements You will explore in depth photo editing techniques using Adobe Photoshop Elements. The following topics will be covered: color correction, brightness and contrast, replacing one part of the image with another, blurring an area of the photo which is in focus already, correcting for improper white balance, sharpening a blurred photo, creating a card in word using a photo. Code 306150.03 306150.04

Day Date T 9/29-10/27 T 9/29-10/27

Time 1-2pm 7-8pm

RES/NR $60/$90 $60/$90

Code Day Date Time 306601.02 M 10/26-11/30 1-3:30pm

VIRTUAL

RES/NR $55/$83

Paint Escape

Grape Escape Staff - Zoom Join us for a virtual art class where you can create a masterpiece from the comfort of your own home. We will create a piece of art following a live step-by-step lesson plan using Zoom. The Zoom password will be emailed to participants 1 business day prior to the class. Participants will be responsible to purchase their supplies for the class. A supply list will be emailed. Code 306605.01 306605.02 306605.03 306605.04

Day TH TH TH TH

Date 9/17 10/15 11/19 12/17

Time 6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm

RES/NR $12/$18 $12/$18 $12/$18 $12/$18

Holiday Photo Shoot Getting ready for the holidays with your camera? Come join us for one evening class to learn camera settings so you can photograph your family around the festivities. In the class you will learn how to use your flash, how to photograph your family around all the festive lights, how to photograph all the holiday lit decorations (having a tripod is a plus), controlling exposure, and night mode. Code 306150.05 306150.06

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Day Date T 12/15 T 12/15

Time 1-2pm 7-8pm

RES/NR $20/$30 $20/$30

Drawing Joyce Eesley - Recreation Center Take a moment to enjoy the beauty around you. Learn the step-by-step drawing projects that will inspire you to continue to draw at home for your leisure. There is nothing more powerful than a sketchbook and pencil. Code 306620.01

Day F

Date 9/18-10/23

West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services Department

Time 1-3:30pm

FALL 2020

RES/NR $55/$83


The ABC’s of Medicare

Jason “Jragon’’ Jordan - Recreation Center Learning never ends in martial arts, so why stop now? Try a combination of taekwondo, kickboxing, and basic jiu-jitsu. Classes are designed to reduce stress while improving confidence, concentration, fitness, discipline and self-defense. No class 11/25.

Marsha Kowalski - Recreation Center Are you getting closer to the age of 65 and feel like you don't know a thing about Medicare? Join Marsha Kowalski as she explains Medicare A, B, C, as well as many important issues you need to know about. Previous attendees have said, "I am so glad I attended this class!" "Best thing I did when it came to understanding my choices for Medicare." "I really learned a lot at this seminar. The presenter gave me the facts I needed to know and cleared up the misconceptions many people have about Medicare choices/options.”

Code 306101.01 306101.02

Day W W

Date 9/16-10/28 11/4-12/16

Time 7:30-8:30pm 7:30-8:30pm

RES/NR $59/$89 $50/$75

Code 306708.01

Salsa and Bachata Dance

Day W

Date 10/7

Time 10-11:30am

RES/NR $20/$30

Jason “Jragon’’ Jordan - Recreation Center Find the rhythm and timing of the music! Introductory techniques, footwork and dance positions of salsa and bachata will be taught. Enjoy the fun and easy dance patterns that include single right/left turns, cross body leads, back breaks and turns. No lessons 11/25. Code 306910.01 306910.02

Day W W

Date 9/16-10/28 11/4-12/16

Time 5:45-7:15pm 5:45-7:15pm

RES/NR $69/$104 $60/$90

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Trips: Exploring New Places, Meeting New Faces and Discovering Our Own Backyard!

ENRICHMENT/ADULT TRIPS

Adult Jragons Martial Arts

A parent/guardian must accompany anyone under 18 years of age. Reservations are transferable and may be given to another person if you cannot attend the trip. All adult trips will depart from the Recreation Center.

73rd Annual Chicago Shopping Trip Come see the holiday sights that Chicago has to offer along the Magnificent Mile. If you don’t wish to shop, the theatre district is not far from our drop-off point so you can see a show or hop on a train and travel to the Museum of Science and Industry and see their exhibits. The trip departs the Recreation Center at 8am and returns to the Recreation Center at approximately 9:30pm. Transportation is by deluxe motor coach. Mark your calendars, registration begins Monday, October 26th. Code 320000.01

Day SAT

Date 11/28

Time 8am-9:30pm

RES/NR $50/$55

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GENERAL PROGRAM FINE ARTS INFORMATION

FRIENDS OF

Suburban Concert Band The Suburban Concert Band is a community band composed of both professional and amateur musicians from West Allis and the surrounding greater Milwaukee area. The band performs 4 formal concerts throughout the year. In addition, both the Concert Band and the Swing Street Big Band are proud to represent the city of West Allis in local concerts and parades. We welcome high school, college and adult musicians of all ages and from all communities throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. Haven’t played in awhile? There is no need to worry about an audition. Just dust off your instrument and join us for a night of good music. Please visit our website at suburbanbands.com for our 2020 Fall and Winter concert and rehearsal schedules.

Suburban Singers The Suburban Singers are an adult mixed choral group that typically performs 3-6 times per calendar year. The group is comprised of West Allis residents and non-residents alike. Directed by Patricia Eby, the Suburban Singers perform a wide variety of music, including classical and contemporary choral works, pop favorites, Broadway show tunes, standards, and traditional folk tunes. Due to COVID-19, the Singers are looking at a variety of different options for what the upcoming season will look like. Watch their Facebook page facebook.com/SuburbanSingers or email TheSuburbanSingers@gmail.com for details.

West Allis-West Milwaukee Sinfonia West Allis-West Milwaukee Sinfonia is a string orchestra for string players in high school, college and beyond, who have prior experience playing violin, viola, cello or bass. The ensemble will rehearse at Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate School on Thursdays, September 24 - May 13 at 7:30-9:30pm and will perform one formal concert per semester in Liberace Auditorium at West Milwaukee Intermediate School with additional community events scheduled as needed. Concert dates are tentatively scheduled for December 11 and May 14. A variety of music from classical to pop/modern will be performed. Musicians should indicate primary and secondary string instruments when they register. Membership fees for the 2020-2021 season are $35/$53NR per semester, or $60/$90NR for the year. We welcome string players from all communities in southeastern Wisconsin. Contact WAWM Sinfonia Director, Mary Pat Michels michm@wawmsd.org for additional information.

Location Sites/Fields Central High School Dottke High School Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate Franklin Elementary Franklin Fieldhouse Horace Mann Elementary Hoover Elementary Irving Elementary Jefferson Elementary Klentz Park Lane Intermediate Liberty Heights Park Longfellow Elementary Madison Elementary Mitchell Elementary Nathan Hale High School Pershing Elementary Recreation Center Reservoir Park Walker Elementary West Allis Athletic Complex (WAAC) West Milwaukee Intermediate Wilson Elementary

8516 W. Lincoln Ave. 7815 W. Lapham St. 9501 W. Cleveland Ave. 2060 S. 86th St. 1964 S. 86th St. 6213 W. Lapham St. 12705 W. Euclid Ave. 10230 W. Grant St. 7229 W. Becher St. 2601 S. 72nd St. 1300 S. 109th St. 1540 S. 62nd St. 2211 S. 60th St. 1117 S. 104th St. 10125 W. Montana Ave. 11601 W. Lincoln Ave. 1330 S. 47th St. 2450 S. 68th St. 1725 S. 96th St. 900 S. 119th St. 2606 S. 117th St. 5104 W. Greenfield Ave. 8710 W. Orchard St.

WAWM RCS Department Office: 2450 S. 68th Street • West Allis, WI 53219 414-604-4900 • wawmrec.com

We strive to deliver high quality programs. If you are not satisfied, we want to hear from you! Email: wawmrec@wawmsd.org • Call: 414-604-4900

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Marty Lexmond

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West Allis Players

Board of Education -

The West Allis Players are holding off with future productions until further information is obtained about the Fall COVID-19 planning and restrictions. Once more information is available, it will be posted on the website at westallisplayers.org.

Stephanie Emons, Heather Justham, Brian Keller, Kristen Keyser, Christine Klug, Noah Leigh, Gary Schultz, Jeff Sikich, Bill Ustruck

West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services Department

FALL 2020


Weather Cancellations

No Smoking/Alcohol or Facsimiles The use of all tobacco products and facsimiles or drinking alcoholic beverages on premises owned by the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District is prohibited per state law or as dictated by city ordinance for programs in city parks. Your cooperation in adhering to this law is required.

Child Care Child care is not provided for adult programs. Children are not permitted to attend adult programs without supervision of another adult who is not actively participating in the program.

Confirmation Notices Your receipt is your confirmation. Please review your receipt to make sure your household information is accurate and the activities you are enrolled in are correct. If your phone number, home address or email address are incorrect or if you were enrolled in the wrong activity, please contact our office.

Activity Guide

Activity Guides can be viewed at wawmrec.com, at each of the WAWM district schools’ office, WA Health Department, WA The WAWM RCS Department does not provide hospital/medical Library, City Hall and West Milwaukee Village Hall. The WAWM insurance for people participating in sponsored activities. The Board RCS Department publishes 3 activity guides per year which are of Education, School District of West Allis-West Milwaukee, et al mailed to WAWM District residents. The Fall Activity Guide is does not provide hospital/medical coverage for WAWM RCS mailed at the end of July, the Winter/Spring Activity Guide is Department activities. Participants are encouraged to obtain their mailed at the end of November and the Summer Activity Guide own medical insurance. is mailed at the end of March.

Accident Insurance

POLICIES

For weather related cancellations, please call our weather hotline at 414-604-4900, press 2. You can follow us on Facebook for weather updates @wawmrcs. If news media posts the WAWM School District is closed due to inclement weather, all WAWM RCS Department programs are cancelled as well.

GENERAL PROGRAM

WAWM RCS Program Policies

Resident/Non-Resident Fee Policy Resident status is for individuals living in the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District and all students enrolled in a West AllisWest Milwaukee public school. Residency is determined by where the participant resides, not where the person paying resides.

Reimbursement Policy:

The policy of the WAWM RCS Department is to reimburse registration fees only under the following circumstances: 1. A reimbursement request form must be completed. Be Our Guest Senior Citizen Pass 2. 2 business days or more prior to the start of a class/activity, a Senior passes are available for West Allis-West Milwaukee School full refund will be given minus 10% service fee for a refund check District residents who are at least 60 years of age. This pass is a or refund back to your credit/debit card. To avoid a service fee, small “Thank You” to our senior citizens who have provided class/activity fee can be credited to your WAWM RCS tremendous support for our schools. The pass entitles the holder Department’s account for future use. and a companion to be admitted, without charge, to all athletic 3. Less than 2 business days prior to the start of a events (except WIAA tournament games) and school drama class/activity, but prior to the start of the second half, 50% refund productions. Get your pass at the WAWM RCS Department today! or credit will be given. 4. After the first half of the class has passed, no refund or credit Class Sizes All programs have a minimum/maximum enrollment number. If we will be given. do not meet our minimum requirement 5 days before the start of a 5. A full refund or credit will be given when the WAWM RCS Department cancels a class. class, classes will be cancelled with reimbursements issued or you may transfer to a different class. If a program is full, you can 6. Separate reimbursement policies apply below. Please call 414-604-4900 for further information. be added to the wait list and in the event of a participant 6a. Adult sports: 50% refund will be given prior to the cancellation or new class creation, you will be contacted. schedules being printed. No refunds will be given after that Waiting Lists occurs. The WAWM RCS Department will make every effort to 6b. Trips: Refunds will be given only if a participant on the accommodate individuals on waiting lists. If an opening waitlist fills your sport. Reservations are transferable and may be becomes available you will be contacted. The wait list helps given to another person if you cannot attend the trip. us determine the need to add additional class offerings. 6c. Non-School Day Camps: Cancellations made in advance of 7am on day of camp will receive a refund/credit to your WAWM RCS Photography Policy Department account. Refunds/credits will not be available after The WAWM RCS Department uses photos of participants for promotional purposes. By registering and/or participating in a 7am day of the camp. 6d. Before and After School Action Programs: After a quarter has WAWM RCS Department program, you have granted us started, no refunds will be issued. Future quarters that have not permission to use your photo for promotional purposes, unless you notify our department otherwise. started yet may be refunded/credited.

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REGISTRATION

General Recreation Class Registration Please print clearly Please indicate your relationship to registrant/s Self

Spouse

Parent/Guardian

Other: _________________________

Name of Person Paying ________________________________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________ City _____________________ Zip ______________ Cell Phone __________________ Work Phone ___________________ Home Phone ______________________ Email ______________________________________________________________________________________ School Child Attends (Required) _________________________________________________________________ YES, Please sign me up for the monthly E-Newsletter! Stay up to date on all the latest WAWM RCS Department news! Emergency Name & Phone _____________________________________________________________________ Relationship to Registrant/s _____________________________________________________________________ Liability Statement: An adult must sign below. The signature of a parent/guardian is required for youth registration. I, the undersigned or parent/guardian of the individual(s) named below, do hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District and its employees, officers and agents from and against any and all liability resulting from participation in the activities listed below. I understand that the program(s) in which I am enrolling, like all activity programs, has some inherent risk, for which I agree to assume the liability. Furthermore, the individuals named herein are in good physical health appropriate for the activities in which they will be participating. I understand that the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District does not provide accident insurance.

Signature (Participating adult or parent/guardian of minors listed below) __________________________________________ Required YES, I’m interested in coaching youth sports Name ________________________________________________ Phone ________________________________ League _________________________________ T-shirt Size: Adult S M L XL XXL

Participants Name (First, Middle, Last) Class Name 1st Choice: Alternate Choice T-Shirt Size (If applicable) Youth:

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Class Name Registration Number Fee 1st Choice: Alternate Choice T-Shirt Size (If applicable) Youth: 6-8 10-12 14-16 Adult: S M L XL XXL Make check payable to: WAWM RCS Department Credit Card* Check Cash Total $_____________ *Online, In Person or Call-In (Visa, Mastercard, Discover)


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