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SUMMER 2018


A letter from the President, Glad we all survived another Woodridge winter! It’s important to point out that this past winter was not a typical winter season. Woodridge residents participated in more recreation, athletic, fitness and wellness programs this winter than ever before because of the opening of the Athletic Recreation Center (ARC). With the ARC opening, the District achieved a milestone goal to enhance and expand year-round recreational, sport, fitness, and wellness opportunities for its residents. To further expand these opportunities and balance the demands to accommodate more open gym play time, new recreational program offerings, sports leagues & tournament play, and after school & summer camp programs, a new Multi-Activity Court (MAC) gymnasium addition was constructed at the ARC. The Board of Park Commissioners cut the ceremonial ribbon on March 13, 2018 for the opening of the MAC gym, which was funded from the proceeds of a $2.5MM Park and Recreation Facility Construction (PARC) grant. Though the successful completion of the ARC project is a major achievement, the Park District continues to take a birds-eye view approach to continually improve your Park District by striving to achieve our mission statement, “To enhance one’s quality of life by providing superior parks, facilities, and recreational services in a fiscally responsible and environmentally sustainable manner, in partnership with the community. “ One of the key phrases in the mission statement is “….in partnership with the community.” Being responsive to our residents needs is a strategic goal and therefore we strive to gather feedback from all residents. To that end, the Park District recently delivered a community recreation survey to over 5,500 households to gather feedback from residents regarding their household’s satisfaction of Woodridge parks, facilities, programs and services, as well as identify future needs. The statistically valid survey results are posted on www.woodridgeparks.org under the “About” and “Survey” tabs. In summary, 75% of household respondents indicated they were very satisfied to satisfied with the overall value their household receives from the parks, pathways, sports, indoor and outdoor recreation facilities, classes, and programs provided by the Woodridge Park District. This is an increase in satisfaction from the 2009 community survey, which was at 69%. The valuable survey data will be used in conjunction with the other feedback methods to provide strategic direction for the District to meet the ongoing recreational and park needs and demands of residents for the next several years. Those initiatives will be incorporated into a new five-year strategic master plan with a focus on recreation services and capital improvements. One doesn’t have to wait for the new five-year strategic master plan to be completed and approved to see immediate progress. Following are a few major highlights planned for this upcoming season: Aquatics: A new PVC pool liner system is currently being installed at Cypress Cove Family Aquatic Park in time for the 2018 swimming season. The new state-of-the-art, non-abrasive, slip resistant, felt lined, PVC pool surface membrane will be installed in the Main Pool, Lazy River, Plunge Pool and Program Pool to improve overall swimmer comfort and safety. Golf Course: A bunker renovation project is being planned throughout the course to meet golfer demands for an improved player experience. Cart path repairs/additions will be initiated on several holes to fix worn and aged areas as well as provide new path areas for golfers. A new Point of Service (POS)/tee sheet software system serviced by GolfNow will provide better data collection and customer service, improved reliability and reporting, and enhanced marketing capabilities compared to the current POS system. Recreation: Based on resident feedback from the community recreation survey, the Department will be focusing on expanding youth program opportunities to be more convenient for two-parent working households. Planning: Development of a new picnicking park at 83rd Street Park is tentatively scheduled to break ground in fall 2018, planning efforts to finalize a master plan for a new neighborhood park in partnership with residents in the Timbers Edge subdivision is tentatively scheduled to begin in fall 2018, and conceptual plans are being developed and reviewed to potentially construct a new sled hill on the Town Centre property. We hope you will remember to “Take Time for Fun” this summer by joining us in the wide selection of recreation programs, special events, sport leagues, fitness opportunities, parks, ponds/lakes, natural areas and bike paths. Sincerely,

Fred Hohnke, President

Park District Board of Commissioners

Fred Hohnke President

Jim Duffy

Vice President

Jack Mahoney Commissioner

Brian Coleman Commissioner

Bill Cohen

Commissioner

Board Meetings Regular meetings of the Woodridge Park District Board of Commissioners are held on the second Tuesday of each month. These meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. at the Community Center, 2600 Center Drive. The public is always welcome to express their ideas or opinions on any pertinent matter. The Woodridge Park District strives to comply with the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you or any member of your family needs special assistance or accommodations, and plans on attending a Park Board meeting, please call the Administration Office 24 hours in advance of the meeting (630) 353-3300, and accommodations will be provided.


The mission of the Woodridge Park District is to enhance one’s quality of life by providing superior parks, facilities, and recreational services in a fiscally responsible and environmentally sustainable manner, in partnership with the community.

ADMINISTRATIVE

Community Center closed

May 28

Jul 4

Athletic recreation center Closed

Jul 4

REGISTRATION HOURS Community Center

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 7:00 pm

Athletic recreation center

Sunday - Saturday 8:30 am - 8:30 pm

Executive Director

Mike Adams

Deputy Director/Superintendent of Recreation

Don Ritter

Office Manager

Suzy Chudzik

recreation & facility Assistant Superintendent of Recreation/Safety Coordinator

Julie Rhodes

ARC Facility Manager

Angie McGrath

Aquatic Manager

Amanda Nichols

Athletic Supervisor

Dan Peboontom

Athletic Supervisor

Brad Keene

Fitness Manager

Barb Larocco

Recreation Supervisor

Kim Jay

Recreation Supervisor

Kim Passini

Recreation Coordinator

Amelia Lozano

Recreation Coordinator

Sarah Porter

Traveling Soccer Coordinator

Karen Tannenbaum

Customer Service Supervisor

Ashley Rowden

public relations & MARKETING

FACILITIES Woodridge Park District Community Center

2600 Center Drive Ph (630) 353-3300 | Fax (630) 353-3320 Rainout Line (630) 206-1722 | www.woodridgeparks.org

Athletic Recreation Center

8201 S. Janes Avenue Ph (630) 353-3400 | Fax (630) 353-3409 Fitness Line (630) 353-3444 | www.wpdarc.org

Village Greens Golf Course

1575 W. 75th Street Ph (630) 985-3610 | www.villagegreensgolf.com

Cypress Cove Family Aquatic Park

8301 S. Janes Avenue Ph (630) 353-3350 | www.cypresscove.org

Sign up for the

Rainout Line

The Woodridge Park District Info/Rainout Line keeps you up to date when adverse weather affects programs, events and facilities. Visit the WPD website at www.woodridgeparks.org to subscribe to text or email alerts, download the Rainout Line app on your smartphone or call the Info Rainout Line at (630) 206-1722.

Public Relations & Marketing Manager

Megan Pettit

Graphic Designer

Colleen Harrigan

finance and personnel Superintendent of Finance & Personnel

Chris Webber

Finance Assistant

Mary Kasprzycki

Finance Assistant

Carrie Potts

Finance Assistant

Lauren Starczewski

Human Resource Generalist

Connie Curry

IT Coordinator

Scott Ellison

planning & development Superintendent of Planning and Development

Jenny Knitter

Landscape Designer

Ryan Bordewick

Parks & Operations Superintendent of Parks and Operations

John Karesh

Park Maintenance Supervisor

Glenn Hussey

Aquatic Maintenance Supervisor

Carlos Ocampo

Natural Resource Manager

Chris Pollack

Landscape Specialist

Dan Stadler

Park Operations Mechanic

Phil Santucci

Park Operations

Custodian

Robert Harry, Jose Hernandez Danny Pietrzak Mark Schneider Everardo Silva Dave Lenzen

Facility Maintenance Technician

Daryl Behling

village greens Golf Manager/Head Golf Professional

Brandon Evans

Assistant Golf Professional

Prince Winbush

Food and Beverage Manager

Marcia Stranski

Golf Course Superintendent

Jeff Hoste


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Special Events Camps Active Adults Dance & More Early Childhood

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Exploration Fitness Martial Arts Music Sports

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Trips Golf Community Info Bikeways Map Facilities, Parks & Program Sites

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The Niche band 60’s, 70’s, Beatles Wednesday, June 20 | 7:00 – 8:30 PM Lake Harriet, 7200 Woodridge Drive (corner of Woodridge Drive & 71st Street) Scribble Monster Children’s Entertainer Wednesday, June 27 | 7:00 – 8:00 PM Westminster Park, 1320 Westminster Drive (corner of Charing Cross Road & Westminster Drive) Brittany and the Spears Pop Rock Wednesday, July 11 | 7:00 – 8:30 PM Mending Wall Park, 8406 Mending Wall Drive (south of North Creek Drive) www.woodridgeparks.org

The Nick Pontarelli Band Sinatra, Dean Martin, Frankie Valli, Oldies Wednesday, July 18 | 7:00 – 8:30 PM Janes Avenue Park, 7927 Janes Avenue Bopology Jazz, Blues Wednesday, July 25 | 7:00 – 8:30 PM Seven Bridges Park, 6516 Green Road (Greene Road & Green Trails Drive) Whiskeyfist Country, Classic Rock Wednesday, August 1 | 7:00 – 8:30 PM Westminster Park,1320 Westminster Drive (corner of Charing Cross & Westminster Drive)

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Wednesday, June 13th - Sunday, June 17th Carnival rides, live music and a variety of food…summer doesn’t get any better than that! You’ll find that and much more at the 35th Annual Woodridge Jubilee, which is held at the corner of Woodridge and Center Drives and organized by the Woodridge Park District and Village of Woodridge. Join us Wednesday, June 13 through Sunday, June 17 for fun for the whole family.

2018 Jubilee sponsors Don’t miss the chance to support Woodridge’s largest special event that brings over 10,000 people from Woodridge and the surrounding suburbs together. A variety of sponsorship packages are available and are as low as $250. Call or email Megan Pettit, Public Relations & Marketing Manager, at (630) 353-3300 or mpettit@woodridgeparks.org for more information.

JUNE 13th THROUGH

JUNE 17th

Carnival

Thursday, Friday & Saturday

Live bands, carnival, food vendors, beer tent and BINGO

saturday morning

fishing derby at lake harriet

saturday afternoon 12-5PM

Free children’s activities, organization fair, carnival, food vendors and beer tent. Purchase an unlimited carnival ride wristband for $25, available on Saturday from 12-5 p.m.

saturday evening

Fireworks

Sunday 12-5PM

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MORE DETAILS... Watch for more details and the full Jubilee schedule of events in upcoming promotional materials. For more information, visit: woodridgeparks.org/jubilee.htm.

Carnival. Purchase an unlimited carnival ride wristband for $25, available on Sunday from 12-5 p.m.

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Join us at 8:00 p.m. as we take some time for family fun before each show. activities may include a craft, giveaways, vendors, and/or games.

Moana

UP

Date: F, June 1 Time: 8:45 PM Location: Windy Point Park, 2100 Egerton Drive Rated: PG

Date: F, July 20 Time: 8:45 PM Location: Sunnydale Park, 2019 Wheeler Rated: PG

LEAP

COCO

Date: F, June 29 Time: 8:45 PM Location: Westminster Park, 1320 Westminster Drive Rated: PG

Date: F, August 3 Time: 8:45 PM Location: Ide’s Grove East Park, 8127 Meadowwood Avenue Rated: PG

Despicable Me 3 Date: F, July 6 Time: 8:45 PM Location: Mending Wall Park, 8406 Mending Wall Drive Rated: PG

www.woodridgeparks.org

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SPECIAL EVENTS Teen Splash Bashes

Father’s Day

Celebrate the summer at Cypress Cove! Bring your friends from 6th, 7th or 8th grade for a night of fun, while you have Cypress Cove all to yourselves!

We appreciate our dads and granddads and we’ll prove it by letting them in FRee with a paid admission, or when accompanying a family season pass holder at Cypress Cove.

LOCATION: Cypress Cove dATeS TIMe Sa, Jun 2 8:00 - 10:00 PM Th, Jul 12 8:00 - 10:00 PM Th, Aug 9 8:00 - 10:00 PM Fee: $5 with Jr. High I.d., report card or valid season pass

dATe: Su, Jun 17

Flick ‘N’ Float

Family Float Nights Family Float Nights will be an event your family won’t want to miss. Bring in floats, rafts and other fun items you would like to enjoy in the Main pool. Parental supervision in the water is mandatory for nonswimmers. Six feet maximum length on rafts, and Pool Manager has discretion to deny any device for safety reasons. This will be a “tube”tastic time for any family! LOCATION: Cattail Bay (Main Pool) dATeS: F, Jun 1 – Aug 10 TIMe: 6:00 – 8:00 PM Fee: Valid season pass or daily admission

Here is your chance to combine two of your favorites the movies and the pool! Watch a popular movie while floating in a tube - it’s like a drive-in...in the pool! Only the main pool will be open during the event. Movie will be rated “G” and will be announced on the website prior to the event. LOCATION: Cattail Bay (Main Pool) dATeS: F, Jul 27 TIMe: 8:30 – 11:00 PM Fee: $5 season pass holder, $6 resident with Id card, $7 nonresident

Hawaiian Family Fun Day Join us for a Hawaiian-themed day of fun with the family. There will be games for all ages, live entertainment, lunch specials and prizes.

Swim Under the Stars Bring the whole family! Cypress Cove will be staying open until 10:00 PM for an evening of swimming under the stars. These nights are sure to be a fun break from swimming in the sun.

LOCATION: Cypress Cove dATeS: F, Aug 10 TIMe: 12:00 – 4:00 PM Fee: Valid season pass or daily admission

LOCATION: Cypress Cove dATeS: W, Jun 13 & W, Jul 11 TIMe: 8:00 – 10:00 PM Fee: Valid season pass or daily admission

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Disc Golf Summer Tourney Play 27 holes of disc golf at the annual Disc Golf Summer Tourney. Each player will play 3 rounds of 9 holes. Water will be provided. Never played disc golf before? It’s played a lot like golf, but instead of hitting a ball, you throw a disc. Please call (630) 353-3415 for more information. Age :16 & up Min/Max 8/32

FEE $8/$12

All Village Garage Sale

Family Fishing Day

The 25th Annual All Village Garage Sale is back again! Come early for great prices on hidden treasures at Woodridge’s biggest garage sale of the year. Food will be available for purchase to snack on while you shop.

Bring the family out for a fun evening at Lake Harriet. We’ll have hot dogs, snacks and drinks available while you fish. At the end of the night, join us for smores in front of a bonfire. Fishing rods and bait are on your own. For every two children, one adult must accompany them. There is no fee for adults to attend.

All Village Garage Sale Tables Available If you have a garage full of hidden treasures or outdated toys, join your fellow villagers at Woodridge’s biggest sale of the year. Each person registered receives about a 12’ L x 10’ W space with an 8’ banquet table. Please bring a chair. Businesses are welcome, as well as local organizations. Please ensure that we have a valid e-mail address upon registering. Once you have registered to sell items, please visit the park district website to download documents that explain important information regarding event details and procedures. Click on Programs and Registration, then Handbooks/Waivers/Forms.

SPECIAL EVENTS

LOCATION: castaldo park, disc golf course CODE DAY DATE TIME 1277 SA 6/30 11:00 AM-3:00 PM

LOCATION: Lake Harriet Age : ALL AGES CODE DAY DATE TIME FEE Min/Max 1008 SA 7/7 6:00 PM- 8:30 PM $10/$15 10/30

Registration deadline: M, 7/30 fee: $18(R)/$21(N) for the first table/space $31(R)/$35(N) for two tables/spaces $47(R)/$51(N) for three tables/spaces LOCATION: Echo point park CODE DAY DATE TIME 1197 Sa 8/4 8:30 AM- 1:30 PM

Min/Max 30/70

Family Campout Enjoy playground games, star gazing and more at a family campout at the Park District’s Community Center. Staff will provide hot dogs, chips, and beverage for an early evening cookout, followed by marshmallows over a camp fire after sunset. Juice and breakfast bakery goods will be provided in the morning. Participants must bring their own sleeping gear, tent, lawn chairs, bug spray, flashlights, additional food and drink, games, toys, personal items, etc. All children must be accompanied by a parent. Please provide a current email for campout info that will be sent a few days prior to campout. Registration deadline: Tu, 8/21 CODE DAY DATE 1177 F/SA 8/24-8/25

TIME 6:00 PM-8:00 AM

www.woodridgeparks.org

FEE $8/$12

Age 1 & up Min/Max 18/45

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SAVE MONEY ON SANTA’S VILLAGE TICKETS THROUGH THE WOODRIDGE PARK DISTRICT! Santa’s Village is a family destination that’s a combination amusement park, zoo and entertainment venue. When you purchase your tickets at Woodridge Park District for $18 each, you will save $7 over the daily rate! These tickets are available any day that the park is open; there are no blackout dates.


MAIN EVENT

KiDS EVENT

Main Event Schedule

Kids Event Schedule

Check in time: 5:30 - 6:30 a.m. Race start time: 7:00 a.m.

Check in time: 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. Race start time: 10:30 a.m.

(250 yd swim - 10k bike - 2 mi Run) (Age division: Open)

Individual Fee:

early bird Rate (through 6/30/17): $60 Regular Rate (after 6/30/16): $70/person

Team Relay Fee:

early bird Rate: $105/Team Regular Rate: $135/ member

(100 yd swim - 5k bike - 1mi Run) (Age division: <6 / 7-8 / 9-10 / 11-12)

Individual Fee:

early bird Rate (through 6/30/17): $50 Regular Rate (after 6/30/16): $60/person

Team Relay Fee:

early bird Rate: $75/Team Regular Rate: $105/ Team

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Fees listed above do not include the ItsRaceTime processing fee. There is no race day registration.

The Woodridge Rotary Mini Triathlon is in cooperation with the following organizations:


camps Adventure Camp Spend those long summer days participating in a variety of outdoor activities including sports, games, nature activities, arts & crafts, canoeing, swimming at Cypress Cove and venturing off on a field trip once a week. Participants will need to bring a sack lunch, beverage, additional snack and swimming items to camp every day.

Parent Manual and Camp Forms Camp forms, waivers, and the Parent Manual will be filled out through ePACT. Registration must be completed by the Tuesday before your child begins camp. Full payment is due at the time of registration. All forms must be completed through ePACT by the Thursday before your child is scheduled to begin camp. Until registration, payment and all forms are received and processed, children will not be allowed to participate in camp programs and will be subject to a $20 late registration fee per child. Refund Policy - See Parent Manual Required Forms (to be completed through ePACT) - Registration Form and full payment are due by the Tuesday before your child begins camp. - Participant Information - Waiver/Release of All Claims - Parent/Child Manual Acknowledgement - Identification Card (includes current, colored photo of child) - All forms except the Registration Form are due by the Thursday before your child begins camp Optional Forms (if applicable) - Inhaler Waiver - Medication Dispensing Information and Waiver

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Before Camp Campers who attend a full day camp are eligible to register for this program that allows him/her to attend extended camp in the morning. Participants will participate in a variety of activities lead by our staff during this time. After Camp Campers who attend a full day camp are eligible to register for this program that allows him/her to attend extended camp in the evening. Participants will participate in a variety of activities lead by our staff during this time.

Register and pay for all sessions up front by May 1 and receive a 10% discount (does not apply to before and after camp and must be registered for in-person.) Please visit our website after the first week of May for a power point containing information about the camp program, parent manuals, as well as tentative calendars for the season. On May 29th and May 30th, the Camp Director will be available to meet with parents who have additional questions about the program. Please call 630-353-3447 to schedule your 30 minute block of time.

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LOCATION: ARC, Program Rooms B & C ENTERING Grades: 1 - 5 Week 1- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 5/29 CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1150 1130 1160

CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1151 1131 1161

CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1152 1132 1162

CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1153 1133 1163

CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1154 1134 1164

DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 6/4-6/8 6/4-6/8 6/4-6/8

TIME Fee (R/N) 7:00 AM-9:00 AM $30/$45 9:00 AM-4:30 PM $159/$239 4:30 PM-6:00 PM $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 80/110 35/60

Week 2- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 6/5 DATE 6/11-6/15 6/11-6/15 6/11-6/15

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $159/$239 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 80/110 35/60

Week 3- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 6/12 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 6/18-6/22 6/18-6/22 6/18-6/22

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $159/$239 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 80/110 35/60

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DAY M-F M-F M-F

Week 4- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 6/19 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 6/25-6/29 6/25-6/29 6/25-6/29

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $159/$239 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 80/110 35/60

Week 5- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 6/26 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/2-7/6 7/2-7/6 7/2-7/6

TIME Fee (R/N) 7:00 AM-9:00 AM $25/$38 9:00 AM-4:30 PM $133/$200 4:30 PM-6:00 PM $19/$29

Min/Max 50/70 80/110 35/60

No camp 7/4 Week 6- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/3 CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1155 1135 1165

CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1156 1136 1166

CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1157 1137 1167

CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1158 1138 1168

CAMP Before ADVENTURE AFTER

CODE 1159 1139 1169

DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/9-7/13 7/9-7/13 7/9-7/13

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $159/$239 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 80/110 35/60

Week 7- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/10 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/16-7/20 7/16-7/20 7/16-7/20

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) Min/Max $30/$45 50/70 $159/$239 80/110 $23/$35 35/60

Week 8- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/17 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/23-7/27 7/23-7/27 7/23-7/27

TIME Fee (R/N) 7:00 AM-9:00 AM $30/$45 9:00 AM-4:30 PM $159/$239 4:30 PM-6:00 PM $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 80/110 35/60

Week 9- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/24 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/30-8/3 7/30-8/3 7/30-8/3

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $159/$239 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 80/110 35/60

Week 10- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/31 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 8/6-8/10 8/6-8/10 8/6-8/10

www.woodridgeparks.org

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $159/$239 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 80/110 35/60

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camps Trek & Travel Camp Grab your friends and venture off to amusement parks and attractions, water parks, museums, and beaches three days a week and then take part in sports-related activities, swim at Cypress Cove, watch movies, canoe and enjoy other outdoor activities when not on a field trip. Participants will need to bring a sack lunch, beverage, additional snack and swimming items to camp every day. Parent Manual & Camp Forms Camp forms, waivers, and the Parent Manual will be filled out through ePACT. Registration must be completed by the Tuesday before your child begins camp. Full payment is due at the time of registration. All forms must be completed through ePACT by the Thursday before your child is scheduled to begin camp. Until registration, payment and all forms are received and processed, children will not be allowed to participate in camp programs and will be subject to a $20 late registration fee per child. Refund Policy - See Parent Manual Required Forms (to be completed through ePACT) - Registration Form and full payment are due by the Tuesday before your child begins camp - Participant Information - Waiver/Release of All Claims - Parent/Child Manual Acknowledgement - Identification Card (includes current, colored photo of child) - All forms except the Registration Form are due by the Thursday before your child begins camp. Optional Forms (if applicable) - Inhaler Waiver - Medication Dispensing Information and Waiver

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Before Camp Campers who attend a full day camp are eligible to register for this program that allows him/her to attend extended camp in the morning. Participants will participate in a variety of activities lead by our staff during this time. LOCATION: ARC, Program Rooms B & C* After Camp Campers who attend a full day camp are eligible to register for this program that allows him/her to attend extended camp in the evening. Participants will participate in a variety of activities lead by our staff during this time. LOCATION: ARC, Program Rooms B & C* *location is subject to change

Register and pay for all sessions up front by May 1 and receive a 10% discount (does not apply to before and after camp and must be registered for in-person.)

Please visit our website after the first week of May for a power point containing information about the camp program, parent manuals, as well as tentative calendars for the season. On May 29th and May 30th, the Camp Director will be available to meet with parents who have additional questions about the program. Please call 630-353-3447 to schedule your 30 minute block of time.

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LOCATION: ARC, Program Rooms B & C ENTERING Grades: 6 - 9 Week 1- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 5/29 CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

CODE 1150 1140 1160

DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 6/4-6/8 6/4-6/8 6/4-6/8

TIME Fee (R/N) 7:00 AM-9:00 AM $30/$45 9:00 AM-4:30 PM $183/$275 4:30 PM-6:00 PM $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 30/50 35/60

Week 2- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 6/5 - LATE RETURN FIELD TRIP CODE 1151 1141 1161

CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

CODE 1152 1142 1162

DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 6/11-6/15 6/11-6/15 6/11-6/15

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $208/$312 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 30/50 35/60

Week 3- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 6/12 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 6/18-6/22 6/18-6/22 6/18-6/22

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $183/$275 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 30/50 35/60

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CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

Week 4- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 6/19 - LATE RETURN FIELD TRIP CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

CODE 1153 1143 1163

CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

CODE 1154 1144 1164

DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 6/25-6/29 6/25-6/29 6/25-6/29

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $208/$312 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 30/50 35/60

Week 5- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 6/26 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/2-7/6 7/2-7/6 7/2-7/6

TIME Fee (R/N) 7:00 AM-9:00 AM $25/$38 9:00 AM-4:30 PM $152/$228 4:30 PM-6:00 PM $19/$27

Min/Max 50/70 30/50 35/60

No camp 7/4 Week 6- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/3 - LATE RETURN FIELD TRIP CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

CODE 1155 1145 1165

CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

CODE 1156 1146 1166

DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/9-7/13 7/9-7/13 7/9-7/13

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $208/$312 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 30/50 35/60

Week 7- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/10 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/16-7/20 7/16-7/20 7/16-7/20

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) Min/Max $30/$45 50/70 $183/$275 30/50 $23/$35 35/60

Week 8- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/17 - LATE RETURN FIELD TRIP CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

CODE 1157 1147 1167

CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

CODE 1158 1148 1168

CAMP Before Trek N Travel AFTER

CODE 1159 1149 1169

DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/23-7/27 7/23-7/27 7/23-7/27

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 7:00 AM-9:00 AM $30/$45 50/70 9:00 AM-4:30 PM $208$312 30/50 4:30 PM-6:00 PM $23/$35 35/60

Week 9- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/24 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 7/30-8/3 7/30-8/3 7/30-8/3

TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $183/$275 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 30/50 35/60

Week 10- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 7/31 DAY M-F M-F M-F

DATE 8/6-8/10 8/6-8/10 8/6-8/10

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TIME 7:00 AM-9:00 AM 9:00 AM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $30/$45 $183/$275 $23/$35

Min/Max 50/70 30/50 35/60

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Transportation services

Legal Services

Ride DuPage Program

DuPage County Bar Association

For persons 65 years and older Once registered, you have one phone number to call: 1-800713-7445. For TTY use 1-800-713-7415 PACE call center. Make a reservation up to 7 days in advance between the hours of 6:00AM - 7:00 p.m. You will be given the cost of your ride at the time you make your reservation, and then pay for the ride on the vehicle. The vehicle assigned will be either a Taxi or a Pace bus. The cost for the Ride DuPage transportation will be $2.00 flag fee plus $1.00 for each mile traveled. Service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For additional information and registration call Jim Vondran (630) 9682087 ext. 11, Lisle Township.

Lawyer Referral Service: free for the first 1/2 hour consultation. Call (630) 653-9109 or visit their website at www.dcba.org to find a lawyer.

Pilot II Taxi Program The Village of Woodridge is now offering the Subsidized Taxi Program. Participants must live in the village limits, be60 years of age, or obtain a certified statement from a physician to verify disability. You may purchase coupons in person, by mail or visit the Woodridge Village Hall during regular business hours in person. Coupons cost $3 each and may be used throughout DuPage County. You may purchase up to 12 coupons each month, the coupon value is $5. A maximum of four coupons may be used per ride. For more information regarding the Village of Woodridge Pilot II Taxi Program, please call: (630) 852-7000.

Legal Assistance Resources DuPage Bar Legal Aid Service 126 S. County Farm Rd. Wheaton, IL 60187 Call (630) 653-6212 for more information.

Prairie State Legal Services Legal service is available through the Prairie State Legal Service. You must be a DuPage County resident and60 years of age. Assistance for legal problems is offered, excluding wills and those cases which have been previously handled by an attorney. An appointment must be made by calling (630) 690-2130.

RTA Reduced Fare for Seniors If you are age 65 or older and are not enrolled in the Illinois Department on Aging’s Circuit Breaker program, you are eligible for a reduced fare. You must apply at any one of the 200 registration sites in the region. To find a site near you, call 8367000 from any local area code.

AARP Driver Safety Course Why take a driver safety course? Because driving has changed since you first got your license. Cars have changed, so have traffic rules, driving conditions and the roads you travel on every day. Some drivers age 50+ have never looked back since they got their first driver’s licenses, but even the most experienced drivers can benefit from brushing up on their driving skills. By taking a driver safety course you’ll learn the current rules of the road, defensive driving techniques, and how to operate your vehicle more safely in today’s increasingly challenging driving environment. You’ll learn how you can manage and accommodate common age-related changes in vision, hearing and reaction time. You must attend both days to receive certificate. You may be eligible to receive an insurance discount upon completing the course. Consult with your agent for details. Participants will pay instructor on day of class. Cash or Check made out to AARP. LOCATION: COMMUNITY CENTER, SYCAMORE CODE DAY DAte TIME FEE (R/N) MIN/MAX 1196 M/Tu 7/16-7/17 9:00AM-1:00PM $15/$20 5/25

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Programs & Activities Programs and services are available to active adults ages 50 years and better. See page 48-49 for active adult trips. For more information about programs, services and trips available to active adults, contact Kim Passini at (630)353-3300.

WPD Refund Policy

Canasta Canasta is a card game of the rummy family of games believed to be a variant of 500 Rum. It is most commonly played by four in two partnerships with two standard decks of cards. Players attempt to make melds of seven cards of the same rank and “go out” by playing all cards in their hand. LOCATION: COMMUNITY CENTER, WILLOW Day M

DateS Weekly

Time 1:00-3:00 PM

Duplicate Bridge This contract bridge game is called duplicate because the same bridge deal (i.e. the specific arrangement of the 52 cards into the four hands) is played at each table and scoring is based on relative performance. In this way, every hand, whether strong or weak, is played in competition with others playing the identical cards, and the element of skill is heightened while that of chance is reduced. LOCATION: COMMUNITY CENTER, ASPEN/BIRCH Day F

DateS Weekly

Time 6:30-10:00 PM

We spend all afternoon with friends having fun and eating food! Let us do the driving while you sit back and enjoy. Registration deadline is one week prior to each Dining Around trip. Also note that the fee includes transportation only unless otherwise noted. Otherwise you are able to order off the menu and pay on your own the day of the trip.

DEPARTS: C  ommunity Center parking lot REstaurant: Ted’s Montana Grill CODE DAY DAte TIME 1187 W 6/20 11:00 AM-2:00 PM REstaurant: Public Landing CODE DAY DAte TIME 1189 W 7/18 11:00 AM-2:00 PM REstaurant: Alfie’s Inn CODE DAY DAte TIME 1188 W 8/15 11:00 AM-2:00 PM

50 & UP

FEE (R/N) MIN/MAX $6/$6 12/20 FEE (R/N) MIN/MAX $6/$6 12/20 FEE (R/N) MIN/MAX $6/$6 12/20

Lunch & Learn Lecture Series We will join forces with several different agencies to bring a lecture series to our active adult group. Topics will vary throughout the year.

Matinee Movies Join us each month for an afternoon movie on the big screen! Admission is free to our Golden Years members. Free movie snacks provided by Cedarhurst, Woodridge/Naperville LOCATION: COMMUNITY CENTER, WILLOW Day F

DateS 6/1 · 7/6 · 8/17

Time 1:00 PM

Pinochle Join us once a month to play the card game Pinochle. Don’t know how to play? That’s okay, we will teach you! LOCATION: Community Center, Willow Day TU

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AGES:

ACTIVE ADULTS

A $5 administrative charge will be applied from theAMount of the refund for each program, including refunds for medical reasons. No refunds will be given for a trip unless there is a replacement participant or the trip is cancelled. The Woodridge Park District does reserve the right to cancel a program if the enrollment is not sufficient to justify sponsorship of the activity. Participants will receive full refunds for any class or trip that is cancelled by the Park District. Refund processing takes approximately 2 weeks.

Dining Around Luncheon Trips

DateS Weekly

Time 1:00 PM

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Clubs

Health & Wellness

Hooked on Books (Book Club)

DuPage Senior Citizens Council

This group meets once a month to discuss the featured book selection. If you love reading books, you don’t want to miss this opportunity. If interested, call the Community Center at (630) 3533300 or join one of our discussion groups.

(630) 620-0804 Provides home-delivered meals, minor home repair service, and wellbeing checks for seniors.

LOCATION: Community Center, Willow

Blood Pressure Checks

Day M

DateS

Time 1:00 PM

6/11 · 7/9 · 8/13

Crafting Club: Crafting for a Cause Join others in this weekly drop-in Craft Club where you bring your needle-related project and supplies and we’ll provide the conversation and useful crafting tips. Please note that this club does not provide supplies and is not an instructional class. This club is a great way to meet others, socialize and learn a thing or two from others. Come to our group on Tuesdays each week from 1:00-3:00 PM in the Sycamore Room at the Community Center. LOCATION: Community Center, Sycamore Day TU

DateS Weekly

Time 1:00 PM

Senior Rods Fishing/Outdoor Club We are a multiple species, 50+ club for men, women or couples. No membership/guest fees. Fishing outings/shows/charters, speakers, fish fries, community serving, educational discussions, monthly meetings and more! Contact Al at 630-968-7748 or alg14895@ sbcglobal.net for more information. LOCATION: Community Center Day TU

DateS Fourth Tuesday of every month

Time 7:00 PM

Osco Pharmacy provides blood pressure checks for free on the first Thursday of each month from 12:30-1:30 PM. Call the Community Center at (630) 353-3300 with questions.

Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) (800) 252-8966 The Illinois Department of Insurance has trained volunteers to provide assistance to aid you in filing Medicare claims and answer your questions regarding health insurance. For further assistance you may call or visit their website: www.illinois.gov/aging/ship

Golden Years Club The Golden Years Club is open to anyone 50 years old or better. Weekly meetings are held on Thursdays from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at the Community Center. Regular activities include games, guest speakers, birthday parties, stimulating conversation, and much more. Throughout the year there are also special events and activities. There is a $25 annual fee which can be paid at any weekly meeting. Anyone who is interested in trying out the club can attend one meeting without paying. No Golden Years meeting on June 14.

Golden Years Advisory Board The Advisory Board is made up of 5 members of the Golden Years group. The positions are one-year terms and include: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Kitchen Director. 2018 Golden Years Advisory Board Members

Garden Club

President

Georgie Benedyk

Do you enjoy gardening? Would you like to meet others who share in that same passion? Join our new Garden Club. If you’d like to learn more about the club, meetings, projects and guest speakers, call Kim Passini at (630) 353-3344.

Vice President

Carol Boak

Treasurer

Marcela Fanning

Secretary

Pat Brandenburg

Kitchen Director

Kathy Nartnick

LOCATION: Community Center, Willow Day TH

DateS First Thursday of Every Month

Time 5:00 PM

Advisory Board Meetings Members of Golden Years Club are encouraged to attend Advisory Board meetings. The Advisory Board meets on the last Thursday of each month at 11:00AM, except when it falls on a holiday, the dates are as follows: LOCATION: Community Center, hickory/oak DAY DATES TIME TH 6/28, 7/26, 8/30 11:00 AM

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Birthday Meetings and Activities

Mother’s Day Luncheon & Crazy Bunco

Everyone looks forward to a celebration each month to celebrate their special day. Cake and coffee will be served after the meeting. Golden Year’s activities follow the coffee hour. A great afternoon for all!

For Golden Years Members only. Please join us as we celebrate all the moms, aunts and grandmas with a special luncheon of salads, sandwiches and dessert. RSVP to the Golden Years Club by Thursday, May 3.

LOCATION: Community Center, Hickory/Oak

LOCATION: COMMUNITY CENTER, HICKORY/OAK

Day DateS TH 6/7, 7/5, 8/2

Day DateS TH 5/10

Time 1:00-4:00 PM

Time 12:00 - 4:00 PM

LOCATION: Community Center, Hickory/Oak Day DateS TH 6/7

Time 12:00 - 4:00 PM

ACTIVE ADULTS

Dads ‘n Dogs Celebration For Golden Years Members only. Please join us as we celebrate all the dads, uncles and grandpas with a hot dog luncheon. RSVP to the Golden Years Club by Thursday, May 31.

annual ice cream social For Golden Years Members only. Members have the opportunity to bring a friend. We love to meet new people, so they may enjoy the hospitality, and what better way than with an ice cream social. LOCATION: Community Center, Hickory/Oak Day DateS TH 7/12

Time 1:00 - 4:00 PM

pool deck party For Golden Years Members only. Wear your suites and swim if you’d like. We will play BINGO on the deck of Cypress Cove. Lunch is included. RSVP to the Golden Years Club by Thursday, August 2. LOCATION: Community Center, Hickory/Oak Day DateS TH 8/9

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Time 11:00 - 3:00 PM

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dance & more

Early Childhood & Youth

ADULT

Spirit Kids Cheerleading & Pom Pon

Adult Tap Beginner

Get in the spirit of cheerleading and pom pons by learning a variety of basic jumps, kicks, mounts, chants, cheers, and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;pomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; routines. Each class will also include stretches, warm-ups, exercises encouraging strength, balance, and endurance, and the practice of simple tumbling skills. Through trusting others, your child will experience the fun and importance of being part of a team. Loose clothing and gym shoes recommended.

Did you take dance as a kid and still dream of being a tap dancer? Did you always wish you had taken a dance class? Well here is your chance. This class includes warm-ups, basic steps, and traveling combinations. Tap shoes are required. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle and Downers Grove Park Districts.

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1208 M 6/4-7/30

TIME 6:30 PM-7:15 PM

AGES: 6 & UP Fee (R/N) $70/$105

Min/Max 6/12

Youth

Ballet Beginner/Continuer The Lisle/Woodridge Park District dance program is designed to improve grace and flexibility while exposing participants to the beauty and benefits of dance. Dancing is a life skill that also teaches children good posture, grace, rhythm, and coordination. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY DATE 1119 Th 5/31-8/2

TIME 4:00 PM-5:00 PM

AGES: 8 - 16 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $121/$181 3/6

*No class 6/28

Jazz/Hip Hop Beginner/Continuing The Lisle/Woodridge Park District dance program is designed to improve grace and flexibility while exposing participants to the beauty and benefits of dance. Dancing is a life skill that also teaches children good posture, grace, rhythm, and coordination. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY DATE 1458 Th 5/31-8/2

TIME 5:00 PM-5:45 PM

AGES: 7-14 Fee (R/N) $90/$135

Min/Max 3/6

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1120 M 6/4-7/30

TIME 8:00 PM-8:45 PM

AGES: 16 & UP Fee (R/N) $90/$135

Min/Max 3/6

Adult Tap Intermediate/Advanced Did you take dance as a kid and still dream of being a tap dancer? Did you always wish you had taken a dance class? Well here is your chance. This class includes warm-ups, basic steps, and traveling combinations. Tap shoes are required. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle and Downers Grove Park Districts. LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY DATE 1121 Th 5/31-8/2

TIME 7:00 PM-7:45 PM

AGES: 16 & UP Fee (R/N) $90 /$135

Min/Max 3/6

*No class 6/28

Ballroom Dance Discover the wonderful world of ballroom dancing in this introductory/refresher session. Improve your skills, learn new steps and how to lead and follow. You will have fun dancing the Swing, Tango, and Waltz with just a few hours of enjoyable instruction. Couples are recommended. Couples will not rotate partners. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes. No class June 28. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY DATE 1122 Th 6/7-7/5

TIME 7:30 PM-8:45 PM

AGES: 16 & UP Fee (R/N) $63/$95

Min/Max 4/12

*No class 6/28

*No class 6/28

Jazz/Hip Hop/Ballet Intermediate/ Advanced The Lisle/Woodridge Park District dance program is designed to improve grace and flexibility while exposing participants to the beauty and benefits of dance. Dancing is a life skill that also teaches children good posture, grace, rhythm, and coordination. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1118 M 6/4-7/30

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early childhood

Totschool 2018-2019 Your child will love our program, which emphasizes the ‘FUN’damentals of learning. Emphasis is placed on the whole development of early childhood learning with focus on cognitive, socialemotional, and physical development. Our curriculum incorporates the kindergarten preparation skills desired by kindergarten teachers of our local school districts. The children will explore everyday subjects through a variety of activities such as math skills, science, reading readiness, shapes, colors, music, art, motor development and free play. Peer group interaction is stressed, as it is essential for children. The Totschool program operates in accordance with most of the School District 68 schedule, and begins in September 2018x and runs through May 2019. For health and sanitary reasons, all participants must be toilet trained and out of diapers and pull-ups.

Registration Registration for Totschool is taken at the Community Center, 2600 Center Drive. Priority Registration (for those enrolled in previous year): Monday, April 2 Resident Registration: Monday, April 16 from 5:00-7:00 PM Nonresident Registration: Monday, April 23 from 5:00-7:00 PM

Full refunds (less $5.00 administration fee) are available through July 27. Starting August 1, 2018 only a 50% refund will be given if the spot is filled. If the spot is not filled, the enrollment fee will be forfeited. If you would like information about our preschool program or if you would like to schedule a visit to the school, please contact Amelia Lozano at (630) 353-3322.

Pre-K – Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays | W, Sept 5th - May 17th Children MUST BE 4 years old by September 1, 2018 Classrooms with 21 children each. Three teachers per classroom. (1 TO 7: TEACHER TO STUDENT RATIO) M, W, F Mornings 1474 9:00-11:25 AM M, W, F Afternoons 1475 12:00-2:25 AM

Enrollment Fee: $125(R)/$188(N) Fully refundable less $5 administrative fee until Jul 27, 2018 Remaining balance: 8 Monthly Payments starting Oct 1, 2018 - May 1, 2019

$125(R)/$188(N)

3s & 4s - Tuesdays & Thursdays | Tu, Sept 4th - May 16th Children MUST BE 3 years old by September 1, 2018 Classrooms with 18 children. Three teachers per classroom. (1 TO 6: TEACHER TO STUDENT RATIO) TU, TH Mornings 1472 9:00-11:25 AM TU, TH Afternoons 1473 12:00-2:25 PM

Enrollment Fee: $99(R)/$149(N) Fully refundable less $5 administrative fee until Jul 27, 2018 Remaining balance: 8 Monthly Payments starting Oct 1, 2018 - May 1, 2019

$99(R)/$149(N)

No refunds, cancellation or withdrawls will be taken after April 1, 2019.

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Tot Rock

Parent/Child

Adult & Tot Gymnastics Toddlers can develop body awareness, balance, flexibility, and coordination while having fun doing gymnastics. Parents assist with skills in a safe and caring environment.

early childhood

LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1347 Sa 6/9-7/7 1348 Sa 7/14-8/11

AGES: 2 - 3

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:00 AM-9:30 AM $23/$28 9:00 AM-9:30 AM $23/$28

Min/Max 6/14 6/14

Kid Rock 1

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1091 M 6/11-8/6

AGES: 2

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:00 AM-10:40 AM $80/$120

Min/Max 4/12

*No class 7/2

Parent & Star Gymnastics

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1326 W 6/20-7/18* 1327 W 7/25-8/22**

AGES: 18M - 2y

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:45 AM-10:15 AM $53/$63 9:45 AM-10:15 AM $53/$63

Min/Max 4/12 4/12

*No class 7/4 **No class 8/8

Min/Max 4/12

Come and give you and your child an opportunity to bond and have fun together while learning a variety of sports. This class is great for simple motor skills such as catching, throwing, and anything that involves hand-eye coordination. Parents will participate with the child in soccer, basketball, hockey, t-ball, and more.

DATE 6/4-7/16 6/6-7/25* 8/1-8/29 8/4-8/25

Twist and Turn In this MusiCreators class, focused on critters and activities of the summer, you will participate in fun and developmentally appropriate activities with your children that will stimulate their imagination and improve their increasing vocabulary. You will SING! Singing songs your child will gain independence, confidence, and learn self expression. You will PLAY! Using many percussion instruments, scarves, hoops, and stick ponies; you will move with your child enjoying music time together while improving their gross and fine motor coordination. You will LAUGH! Every session is filled with new songs and new activities and many wonderful instruments. No class June 29. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. CODE DAY DATE 1124 F 6/15-7/27 1125 F 6/15-7/27

AGES: 2 - 3

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:00 AM-9:45 AM $67/$77 6:45 pM-7:30 PM $67/$77 3:45 pM-4:30 PM $48/$58 9:00 AM-9:45 AM $39/$49

Min/Max 6/14 6/14 6/14 6/14

AGES: 1 - 5

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:00 AM-10:30 AM $71/$142 10:40 AM-11:10 AM $71/$142

Min/Max 3/5 3/5

*No class 6/29

Dance & MORE

Creative Movement Dance Kids USA presents a specially-designed program to encourage your child in dance, mime, creative movement, music education, ballet, jazz, tap, gymnastics and performance. Your child will gain confidence, rhythm, better coordination and balance; all while exercising his or her memory and having fun. There is no specific dress code; however, we find that girls enjoy leotards and tights and boys prefer active playwear (t-shirt and shorts). LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1204 M 6/4-7/30

Parent and Tot Sports

DAY M W w Sa

AGES: 1

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:15 AM-9:55 AM $80/$120

LOCATION: Lisle Park District

Your little star will explore many different avenues of physical movement through basic tumbling activity. This is a parent-assisted program and active wear is advised. Come and enjoy the interaction created for you and your child in this class. Gymnastics is a wonderful and fun way for young children to experience the many varieties of physical activities. Your little star will learn gymnastic positions, skills, and movements that will develop coordination, strength, balance and self-confidence. The staff of Gym Stars uses safe, progressive, and positive teaching techniques appropriate for each age group. Instructors suggest shorts and T-shirts without snaps, buttons or zippers for your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s safety.

LOCATION: ARC

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1090 M 6/11-8/6

*No class 7/2

Make it a musical day! Kid Rock is a music and movement program designed to stimulate development through interactive play. Fine and gross motor skills are improved through imagination exercises, and by using rhythm instruments and movement props such as tambourines, maracas, scarves and a parachute. Presented in a structured format, Kid Rock encourages cooperation and following directions. Each session focuses on a new educational theme. Sing, dance and play today! This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

CODE 1280 1290 1312 1316

Maracas and clackers and tambourines, too; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s musical fun just for you! Tot Rock is a unique music and learning program designed specifically for 1 year olds. Each session focuses on a new educational theme that incorporates hand held instruments, play props, sensory integration, coordination exercises, and socialization. Structured and unstructured time is included in each class. Sing, dance and play today! This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

TIME 4:30 PM-5:15 PM

AGES: 30M - 4Y Fee (R/N) $71/$106

Min/Max 6/12

Pre-Ballet & Tap Join us for introductory ballet and tap. In tap your child will acquire rhythm, coordination and self-esteem. In ballet your child will develop poise, grace and self-confidence. In these classes your child will move through basic technique taught at the barre or in center, basic steps and traveling combinations. They will learn combinations and improve their memory. Ballet and tap shoes are required. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1206 M 6/4-7/30

TIME 5:45 PM-6:30 PM

AGES: 4 - 6 Fee (R/N) $70 /$105

Min/Max 6/12

*No class 7/4

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Pre-Jazz & Hip-Hop

Pancake Science

This class will introduce your child to the fundamental techniques of jazz dance and the latest funky craze in hip hop. In jazz, you will begin with stretches and isolation followed by basic exercises in technique and combinations. In hip-hop, we will learn to move and shake while listening to the latest funky music.

How does heat turn a liquid to a solid? What makes a pancake fluffy? Learn the answers to these questions and more as you make rainbow pancakes, pancake pops, and other flat but tasty treats in this highly edible class. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

LOCATION: Community Center

CODE DAY DATE 1082 Sa 8/11

TIME 5:15 PM-5:45 PM

Fee (R/N) $47/$70

Min/Max 6/12

Exploration

Astronomy Science Camp Learn about stars, constellations, planets, galaxies, and other heavenly bodies as you make models, conduct experiments, observe demonstrations, play games, create arts and crafts projects, and more. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1074 M-F 6/4-6/8

TIME 9:00 AM-10:30 AM

AGES: 3 - 5 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $108/$162 6/20

Bathtub Science Camp Make soap from dozens of molds (race cars, emojis, storm troopers, flowers, etc), bath bomb cupcakes, peppermint sugar scrubs, jiggly shower jellies, and more in this up-close look at how science plays a part in making bath products. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1076 M-F 7/16-7/20

TIME 4:00 PM-5:30 PM

AGES: 3 - 5 Fee (R/N) $108/$162

Min/Max 6/20

Cupcake Chemistry What makes cupcakes rise? How do you turn plain cream into fluffy frosting? With science, of course! Take this highly edible class and you?ll make cupcakes then decorate them with a number of techniques including icing, frosting, and fondant sculpting. Yum! This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1078 W 7/25

TIME 4:00 PM-5:30 PM

AGES: 3 - 5 Fee (R/N) $24/$36

Min/Max 6/20

Marine Biology Camp Learn about the fascinating world of marine biology in this fun, hands-on lab science camp. This year, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll learn about dolphins and whales, moray eels, stingrays, sea snails, and seals as you conduct experiments, do arts and crafts projects, and meet some live specimens. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1080 M-F 7/30-8/3

TIME 4:00 PM-5:30 PM

AGES: 3 - 5 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $108 /$162 6/20

LOCATION: Community Center

AGES: 3 - 5

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:00 AM-11:30 AM $24/$36

Min/Max 6/20

early childhood

CODE DAY DATE 1205 M 6/4-7/30

AGES: 4 - 6

Star Wars Science Welcome to Jedi Training Camp, where you and your skills will be put to the test with each activity you encounter. If you pass all of your tests, you will be awarded a diploma signifying that you have graduated from the Jedi Academy. May the Force be with you! This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1084 TU 6/19

TIME 4:00 PM-5:30 PM

AGES: 3 - 5 Fee (R/N) $24/$36

Min/Max 6/20

Jedi Training Camp Attention all parents and padawans.... we have the most fun and exciting Jedi Training Camp in the Universe! The Force is strong with YOU. Come and join other Padawans as we learn the ways of the Jedi in this fun, interactive program! Our Jedi Camp creates an opportunity for all who are fascinated with the many worlds of Star Wars so they may explore their innermost Jedi. We will explore Light vs Dark /The Hero vs the Villain. What kind of Jedi are you? How do you choose the Path of the Jedi? Which Jedi are you most like? Let us help you awaken your inner hero. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1236 M-F 7/23-7/27

AGES: 4 - 8

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 10:00 AM-12:00 PM $143/$214 10/20

Princess in Training Camp We believe there is a princess inside every little girl. Let yours join us for our fun Princess In Training Camp! Princesses-to-be will spend the week learning princess dances, songs, stories, games and crafts. We will enjoy a visit from a very special Princess during the week who will encourage physical health, confidence and creativity. All Princesses will demonstrate the essential manners we have learned with a special tea and crowning with our grown-up guests on the final day of camp. Princess attire is encouraged but not required. Healthy snacks will be provided daily. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1235 M-F 6/18-6/22

AGES: 3 - 7

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 10:00 AM-12:00 PM $143/$214 10/20

Lunch Pals and Playtime This class is designed for children who will be entering a classroom setting in the Fall and need some exposure to socialization skills and more experience with sharing toys and activities. Please bring a lunch to this class. LOCATION: Community Center

AGES: 3 - 5

CODE DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 1200 TU,Th 7/24-8/16 10:30 AM-12:30 PM $96/$112 6/12

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Sunshine Safari

Sports

early childhood

Here’s a great morning camp designed for campers by our preschool staff. It’s a perfect opportunity for preschoolers to learn, play and socialize together. Sunshine Safari will focus your child’s attention and curiosity on his /her natural surroundings. Activities include music, arts & crafts, games, storytelling and outdoor activities. Each class will have a different theme. Please wear play clothes and bring a water bottle and snack. LOCATION: Community Center

AGES: 3 - 5

CODE DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 1128 TU,Th 6/5-6/21 9:00 AM-12:00 PM $95/$143 1129 TU,Th 6/26-7/12 9:00 AM-12:00 PM $95/$143

Min/Max 8/12 8/12

Safe Kids This interactive class focuses on thinking safely and making safe choices. Learn simple rules that kids can use in many situations. Kids learn what to do in an emergency, when to call 911 and how to deal with strangers. Bicycle, skateboard and in-line skating safety, playground rules, water safety and more are covered. Each child receives a certificate of completion. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY DATE 1192 W 6/6

TIME 4:30 PM-5:30 PM

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1193 W 7/11

TIME 5:30 PM-6:30 PM

AGES: 3 - 5 Fee (R/N) $16/$24

Min/Max 8/8

AGES: 3 - 5 Fee (R/N) $16/$24

Min/Max 8/8

Kid Rock 2 Make it a musical day! Kid Rock is a music and movement program designed to stimulate development through interactive play. Fine and gross motor skills are improved through imagination exercises, and by using rhythm instruments and movement props such as tambourines, maracas, scarves and a parachute. Presented in a structured format, Kid Rock encourages cooperation and following directions. Each session focuses on a new educational theme. Sing, dance and play today! This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1092 M 6/11-8/6

AGES: 3 - 5

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:45 AM-11:25 AM $80/$120

Min/Max 4/12

*No class 7/2

Children love this innovative drama class that helps to develop their imagination and introduce them to the performing arts in a fun and creative atmosphere. Each week is a new and exciting adventure into the imagination with changing themes, music, costumes, props, and playbills. They even learn a new joke every week! Kids learn theater terms, enhance spontaneity, build self-esteem and have a blast. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District

*No class 7/5

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Youth Soccer Program is a corec program that places emphasis on skill development, fundamentals, sportsmanship, and fun. Everyone is guaranteed a chance to play more than a half of each game. The number of teams and sizes are set by registration. Teams will be set one week prior to the coaches meeting. Players are not necessarily on the same team each season. If your child is in Kindergarten in the fall 2018/spring 2019, your child should sign up for the WSA Micro I Division, not this program. Participants need to provide their own cleats, shin guards and socks to cover the shin guards. Format 4x4 on 30x20 yard field with small goals. The first two weeks are for practice. Teams meet no more than twice a week. Players are contacted by coaches after they have been assigned to a team. Volunteer coaches are needed. Please indicate you are willing to coach when you register your child.All participants must preregister, including those whose parents will volunteer coach. Register by the grade your child will enter in the fall of this year. - Practice time is set by the coaches since they volunteer their time. - Practices will be outside at one of the local parks or school fields. - All games are played indoors on Saturdays. - Each player receives a t-shirt. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 8/1 LOCATION: Practice: Various fields/Games: ARC AGES: 4-5 CODE DAY 1468 Varies, Sa

*No class 9/3

DATE TIME 8/27-10/20* Varies

AGES: 3 - 5

TIME Fee (R/N) 12:30 PM-1:15 PM $92/$138

Min/Max 3/6

Fee (R/N) $60/$90

Min/Max 20/200

Soccer Shots - The Children’s Soccer Experience Soccer Shots is an engaging children’s soccer program for ages 2-8 with a focus on skill building and character development. Our caring team positively impacts children’s lives on and off the field through best-in class coaching, curriculum and communication. LOCATION: ARC TURF CODE DAY DATE 1262 M 6/18-8/6 1265 TU 6/19-8/7

TIME 5:30 PM-6:00 PM 9:20 AM-9:50 AM

LOCATION: ARC TURF CODE DAY DATE 1263 M 6/18-8/6 1266 TU 6/19-8/7 CODE DAY DATE 1264 M 6/18-8/6 1267 TU 6/19-8/7

AGES: 2 - 3 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $100/$125 4/8 $100/$125 4/8

AGES: 4 - 5

TIME Fee (R/N) 6:15 PM-6:50 PM $100/$125 10:00 AM-10:35 AM $100/$125

LOCATION: ARC TURF

Little Actors Club

CODE DAY DATE 1123 Th 6/21-8/16

Corec Pee Wee (Ages 4-5) Soccer League

Min/Max 5/12 5/12

AGES: 6 - 8

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 7:00 PM-7:45 PM $100/$125 5/12 10:45 AM-11:30 AM $100/$125 5/12

Ruben Stivan Pee Wee Soccer Camp Whether you’re a young beginner or advanced player, everyone can benefit from these one-week camps. Pee Wee camp is for first year starters who want to lean soccer basics and for kids who’ve been in soccer for a year who want to improve. LOCATION: ARC - Soccer Fields CODE DAY DATE 1322 M-F 6/18-6/22

AGES: 4 - 5

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:00 AM-11:00 AM $49/$59

Min/Max 6/30

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All Star Super Sports

All Star Basketball

This fun-filled class teaches little superstars the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship while sparking an interest for kids to play a variety of sports. Sports to be covered include basketball, hockey, soccer, baseball, football and more.

This program will introduce your children to the game of basketball if they are beginners or if they need the know how to get to the next level. Basic skills of dribbling, passing, shooting and defense will be taught by enthusiastic instructors of All Star Sports. Games will also be played to show the importance of teamwork in game situations

LOCATION: ARC

DAY DATE M 6/4-7/16 W 6/6-7/25* W 8/1-8/29

TIME 6:45 PM-7:45 PM 7:30 PM-8:30 PM 4:30 PM-5:30 PM

AGES: 4- 6 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $67/$77 6/16 $67/$77 6/16 $48 /$58 6/16

*No class 7/4

All Star T-Ball

LOCATION: ARC CODE 1281 1303 1315 1320

DAY M Sa w Sa

LOCATION: ARC

Instructors of All Star Sports will cover the basics of baseball in a fun and safe environment where no one stands around. Throwing, catching, hitting, and fielding will be taught, as well as running the bases and how to play the game. Games will be played every week. Participants must bring own glove. LOCATION: ARC

All Star Soccer

DAY F Sa M Sa

DATE 6/8-7/20 6/9-7/21 7/30-8/27 8/4-8/25

TIME 10:00 AM-10:45 AM 11:00 AM-11:45 AM 3:45 PM-4:30 PM 10:45 AM-11:30 AM

AGES: 3 - 4 Fee (R/N) $67/$77 $67/$77 $48/$58 $39/$49

LOCATION: ARC CODE 1293 1302 1309 1319

DAY F Sa M Sa

DATE 6/8-7/20 6/9-7/21 7/30-8/27 8/4-8/25

Min/Max 6/14 6/14 6/14 6/14

AGES: 4 - 6

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:45 AM-11:45 AM $67/$77 11:45 AM-12:45 PM $67/$77 4:30 PM-5:30 PM $48/$58 11:30 AM-12:30 PM $39/$49

Min/Max 6/16 6/16 6/16 6/16

All Star Sports T-Ball League This super-fun instructional league will teach the game of baseball. We will be going over the basics throwing, hitting, catching, and base-running and then putting what they learn into a fun game. The children will be divided up into teams and each child will receive a team t-shirt, and a hat. Please bring your own glove. LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1305 M,W 6/11-7/23*

LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY DATE 1306 M,W 6/11-7/23*

AGES: 3 - 4

TIME Fee (R/N) 4:30 PM-5:30 PM $94/$104

AGES: 4 - 6

TIME Fee (R/N) 5:30 PM-6:30 PM $94$104

*No class 7/4

Min/Max 6/25 Min/Max 6/25

AGES: 3 - 4

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:00 AM-10:45 AM $67/$77 1:30 PM-2:15 PM $67/$77 5:45 PM-6:30 PM $48/$58 1:15 PM-2:00 PM $39/$49

CODE 1282 1304 1321

CODE 1292 1301 1308 1318

DAY M Sa Sa

DATE 6/4-7/16 6/9-7/21 8/1-8/29 8/4-8/25 DATE 6/4-7/16 6/9-7/21 8/4-8/25

Min/Max 6/14 6/14 6/14 6/14

early childhood

CODE 1286 1291 1313

AGES: 4- 6

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:45 AM-11:45 AM $67/$77 2:15 PM-3:15 PM $67/$77 2:00 PM-3:00 PM $39/$49

Min/Max 6/16 6/16 6/16

This program is designed to teach children the basics of soccer in a fun and exciting way. Dribbling, passing, and shooting will be covered through fun games that keep everyone moving. This class, run by All Star Sports instructors, is great for coordination and self-esteem. The main objective is to have fun. Please bring a soccer ball to class. LOCATION: ARC CODE 1287 1299 1310

DAY W Sa M

DATE 6/6-7/25* 6/9-7/21 7/30-8/27

LOCATION: ARC CODE 1288 1300 1311 1317

DAY W Sa M Sa

TIME 9:00 AM-9:45 AM 9:00 AM-9:45 AM 5:45 PM-6:30 PM

AGES: 3 - 4 Fee (R/N) $67/$77 $67/$77 $48/$58

Min/Max 6/14 6/14 6/14

AGES: 4 - 6

DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 6/6-7/25* 9:45 AM-10:45 AM $67/$77 6/9-7/21 9:45 AM-10:45 AM $67/$77 7/30-8/27 6:30 PM-7:30 PM $48/$58 8/4-8/25 9:45 AM-10:45 AM $39/$49

Min/Max 6/16 6/16 6/16 6/16

*No class 7/4

All Star Soccer Skills This program is designed to teach children the basics of soccer in a fun and exciting way. Dribbling, passing, and shooting will be covered through fun games that keep everyone moving. This class, run by All Star Sports instructors, is great for coordination and self-esteem. The main objective is to have fun. Please bring a soccer ball to class. LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1289 W 6/6-7/25*

AGES: 7 - 9

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:45 AM-11:45 AM $67/$77

Min/Max 6/16

*No class 7/4

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Pee Wee Summer Tennis Lessons

Rising Stars Gymnastics

This program is an introduction to tennis for ages 4 to 6. Emphasis is on fun and development of coordination and motor skills in a supportive environment. This program uses low compression tennis balls and smaller court sizes. Students are asked to bring a tennis racket, water, a hat, and use sun screen. Tennis balls and all other equipment will be provided.

Are you looking for a fun class for your child that develops coordination, self-confidence, listening, strength, balance and body awareness? Your star will learn basic tumbling, bar, balance beam, and vaulting skills and movements associated with gymnastics at an appropriate level for their age. Please note that children need to participate without parent assistance. Gymnastics is a wonderful and fun way for young children to experience the many varieties of physical activities. Your little star will learn gymnastic positions, skills, and movements that will develop coordination, strength, balance and self-confidence. The staff of Gym Stars uses safe, progressive, and positive teaching techniques appropriate for each age group. Attire: Instructors suggest shorts and T-shirts without snaps, buttons or zippers for your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s safety.

early childhood

LOCATION: Forest Glen Park CODE DAY 1413 TU,Th 1414 TU,Th

DATE 6/5-6/28 7/10-8/2

AGES: 4 - 6

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 9:00 AM-10:00 AM $129/$139 4/8 9:00 AM-10:00 AM $129/$139 4/8

LOCATION: Hobson CORNER PARK CODE 1411 1412 1484

DAY M,W M,W Sa

DATE 6/4-6/27 7/9-8/1 6/9-8/4

AGES: 4 - 6

TIME Fee (R/N) 3:00 PM-4:00 PM $129/$139 3:00 PM-4:00 PM $129/$139 9:00 AM-10:00 AM $145/$155

Min/Max 4/8 4/8 4/8

Pee Wee Lacrosse

LOCATION: ARC TIME 5:00 PM-5:45 PM 5:00 PM-5:45 PM

AGES: 4 - 6 Fee (R/N) $34/$42 $34/$42

Min/Max 4/20 4/20

*No class 7/3

Min/Max 4/9 4/9

Shooting Stars Gymnastics Shooting Stars helps every student, new and old, improve the basic skills appropriate for this age. Returning students will continue learning by making the next progression up in their development of gymnastics skills. Fun and interesting challenges await your child in this class! LOCATION: Community Center

AGES: 4 - 6

CODE DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 1330 W 6/20-7/18* 9:15 AM-9:45 AM $53/$63 1331 W 7/25-8/22** 9:15 AM-9:45 AM $53/$63

Pee Wee Track, Field & Fitness

Min/Max 4/9 4/9

Join us for a fun workout and to learn about a sport that is rich in tradition and history. This unique class will combine stretching, movement, and other fitness concepts with running, jumping, throwing and other skills used in track and field. Hula hoops, jump ropes, parachutes, soft balls and frisbees, hurdles and other equipment will help us guide through fitness activities and track and field events in a safe environment. Boys and girls will work on body coordination, agility, balance, and self-confidence as they participate in Simon Says, Red Light-Green Light, Hoopers and other fitness games as well as sprints, relays, long-distance walking, hurdles, long jump, discus throw and other track and field events. Our fun approach will help little athletes develop a love of being active. The session will conclude with a fun-filled SportsKids track and field meet on the last day of class. Each participant should bring a water bottle.

*No class 7/4 **No class 8/8

LOCATION: ARC

Boys and girls will learn the basics of gymnastics in a safe and wellequipped environment. Children can improve coordination and help develop self-confidence, strength, flexibility and balance.

CODE DAY DATE 1366 Th 6/7-7/12* 1367 Th 7/19-8/16

*No class 7/5

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AGES: 3 - 4

TIME Fee (R/N) 8:45 AM-9:15 AM $53/$63 8:45 AM-9:15 AM $53/$63

*No class 7/4 **No class 8/8

Play lacrosse like the big kids. Age appropriate sized sticks and softer balls will be used for safety. Children will learn skills including cradling, stick work, running, passing, shooting, and more. Each child should bring a water bottle. CODE DAY DATE 1359 TU 6/5-7/10* 1360 TU 7/17-8/14

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1328 W 6/20-7/18* 1329 W 7/25-8/22**

AGES: 4 - 6

TIME Fee (R/N) 4:00 PM-4:45 PM $34/$42 4:00 PM-4:45 PM $34/$42

Min/Max 4/20 4/20

Junior Gymnastics Age-appropriate maneuvers for bar, floor, low balance beam, and vault will be introduced. Boys and girls will learn basic movements for each event in a safe environment. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY DATE 1351 Sa 6/9-7/7 1352 Sa 7/14-8/11

AGES: 5 - 6

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:15 AM-11:00 AM $34/$42 10:15 AM-11:00 AM $34/$42

Min/Max 4/10 4/10

Kidnastics LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1349 Sa 6/9-7/7 1350 Sa 7/14-8/11

AGES: 3 - 4

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:30 AM-10:15 AM $34/$42 9:30 AM-10:15 AM $34/$42

Min/Max 4/10 4/10

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Parent/Child

Youth

BedTime Buddies

Safe Kids with First Aid

Each child will create a soft, large, cuddly buddy to sleep with each night. Mom, dad or another adult needs to be present to assist with stuffing the adorable bears. Participants will make a bedtime wish, create a birth certificate, and design a unique bedtime T-shirt. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

Safety and first aid go hand in hand. Children learn simple rules to think safely and make safe choices at home and away. We also present basic first aid information, including treatment of small cuts, bumps, bruises, nosebleeds, minor burns and more. Each child receives a safety packet and creates a small first aid kit to take home. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

LOCATION: Community Center DATE 8/7

TIME 5:30 PM-6:30 PM

AGES: 3 - 12 Fee (R/N) $34/$51

Min/Max 10/20

Early Childhood & Youth Join us for this Hawaiian get-away party. Hawaiian Culture, language and dance will be discussed. Everyone will receive a flowered lei. Yummy Hawaiian snacks and drinks will be provided at the end of class. Children ages 3-5 must be accompanied by an adult. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: ARC

DATE 7/21

AGES: 3 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 11:00 AM-12:00 PM $33/$50

Min/Max 10/20

This class will strengthen and reinforce basic skills needed by students entering Kindergarten this fall. Focus will be on literacy skills, math concepts, fine motor and directional skills. CHILD MUST BE entering Kindergarten for 2018-2019 school year. Please bring a snack to class. LOCATION: Community Center DATE TIME 7/23-8/10 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

CODE DAY 1195 Th

TIME 5:45 PM-6:45 PM

AGES: 5 - 7 Fee (R/N) $189/$279

Min/Max 10/14

DATE 7/12

TIME 5:30 PM-6:30 PM

AGES: 5 - 10 Fee (R/N) $16/$24

Min/Max 8/8

AGES: 5 - 10 Fee (R/N) $16/$24

Min/Max 8/8

Astronomy Science Camp Learn about stars, constellations, planets, galaxies, and other heavenly bodies as you make models, conduct experiments, observe demonstrations, play games, create arts and crafts projects, and more. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY 1075 M-F

Kindergarten Camp

CODE DAY 1201 M,W,F

DATE 6/6

LOCATION: Community Center

Hula Dance Party

CODE DAY 1238 Sa

LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY 1194 W

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CODE DAY 1237 TU

DATE 6/4-6/8

AGES: 6 - 11

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 11:00 AM-1:00 PM $143/$214 6/20

Star Wars Science Welcome to Jedi Training Camp, where you and your skills will be put to the test with each activity you encounter. If you pass all of your tests, you will be awarded a diploma signifying that you have graduated from the Jedi Academy. 5/the Force be with you! This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1085 TU 6/19

TIME 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

AGES: 6 - 11 Fee (R/N) $32/$48

Min/Max 6/20

Bathtub Science Camp Make soap from dozens of molds (race cars, emojis, storm troopers, flowers, etc), bath bomb cupcakes, peppermint sugar scrubs, jiggly shower jellies, and more in this up-close look at how science plays a part in making bath products. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY 1077 M-F

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DATE TIME 7/16-7/20 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

AGES: 6 - 11 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $143/$214 6/20

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Cupcake Chemistry

Thrills and Chills of Ice Cream Science

What makes cupcakes rise? How do you turn plain cream into fluffy frosting? With science, of course! Take this highly edible class and you?ll make cupcakes then decorate them with a number of techniques including icing, frosting, and fondant sculpting. Yum! This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

Making and eating ice cream is a fun way to introduce early physics and chemistry teachings to children. Kids can become an expert on this beloved treat as we make a batch of homemade ice cream. Also, explore the science of the amusement park treat, Dippin? Dots. Then sit down for the most outrageous ice cream eating contest in town. Did anyone say BRAIN FREEZE? Don’t wear your Sunday best to this event, we will get sticky! Lots of tastings and a themed souvenir included. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

LOCATION: Community Center

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CODE DAY 1079 W

DATE 7/25

TIME 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

AGES: 6 - 11 Fee (R/N) $32/$48

Min/Max 6/20

LOCATION: Lisle Park District

Marine Biology Camp Learn about the fascinating world of marine biology in this fun, hands-on lab science camp. This year, you?ll learn about dolphins and whales, moray eels, stingrays, sea snails, and seals as you conduct experiments, do arts and crafts projects, and meet some live specimens. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY 1081 M-F

DATE 7/30-8/3

AGES: 6 -10

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 6:00 PM-8:00 PM $143/$214 6/20

Kids will make two types of gooey slime and then customize it at the concoction center to please their senses. Get crazy with goggles, test tubes, squirters, and more for this extremely messy experience. A slimed theme snack will be served. All kids go home with slime as a souvenir! This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District TIME 10:00 AM-11:00 AM

AGES: 6 - 12 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $22/$34 6/15

TIME 5:00 PM-6:30 PM

AGES: 5 -12 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $39/$59 6/15

Pancake Science How does heat turn a liquid to a solid? What makes a pancake fluffy? Learn the answers to these questions and more as you make rainbow pancakes, pancake pops, and other flat but tasty treats in this highly edible class. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY 1083 Sa

Summer Slimeology Lab

CODE DAY DATE 1096 Sa 7/21

CODE DAY DATE 1098 F 7/27

DATE 8/11

AGES: 6 - 11

TIME Fee (R/N) 12:00 PM-2:00 PM $32/$48

Min/Max 6/20

Mesmerizing Magic Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn a collection of fascinating and attention-grabbing tricks. Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind-reading and more. While the tricks appear difficult, you’ll discover that they are quick to learn and easy to perform. Each child receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn ageappropriate tricks. Additionally, you can sign up for this class again and again since brand new tricks are always taught each session! This is a cooperative program with the park districts of Lisle and Darien. LOCATION: Darien Park District Community Center CODE DAY 1087 W

DATE 7/11

TIME 6:45 PM-7:25 PM

AGES: 5 - 11 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $20/$30 5/15

Young Rembrandts Animal Drawing Workshop Young Rembrandts Summer Workshops are a great way to stimulate your child’s creative spirit and strengthen educational skills that will benefit them all year long. Each summer we offer workshops combining basic drawing, and cartooning skills by exploring the basics of all visual arts, in a fun and nurturing setting that ensures success for every child. Learn about a different animal each workshop and learn how to draw that animal. Students gain so much confidence in art method and technique, it will awaken their inner artist! LOCATION: Community Center CODE 1486 1487 1488

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DAY W-Th W-Th W-Th

DATE 6/20-6/21 6/27-6/28 7/18-7/19

TIME 10:00 AM-11:30 PM 10:00 AM-11:30 PM 10:00 AM-11:30 PM

AGES: 5 - 8 Fee (R/N) $39/$58 $39/$58 $39/$58

Min/Max 6/20 6/20 6/20

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Lights, Camera, Action-Making A Star Wars Movie

LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY 1239 M-Th

DATE 6/11-6/14

TIME 1:00 PM-3:00 PM

AGES: 8 - 12 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $118/$178 6/10

3D Video Game Design Learn to create 3D games and challenge your friends. We will be creating games for the PC version of Kodu, Microsoft’s awardwinning game design platform. Students will learn the art of rapid game design and develop an understanding of underlying game mechanics. Students can choose from 20 different game characters including flying saucers, submarines, and a Pac-Man-like Kodu character. Kodu is available as a free download for windows. Bring a USB drive on the last day or games can be emailed to parents. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY 1240 M-Th

AGES: 8 - 12

DATE TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 6/25-6/28 9:30 AM-11:30 AM $118/$178 6/10

Robotics Adventures Yes, We CAN learn about Robotics! With the LEGO WeDo Robotics System, young children can build and program their own robotic creations. Designed by the experts at MIT, this unique system teaches children about simple machines, engineering, programming and so much more. Young imaginations soar! Students will work together in teams of 2. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY 1241 M-Th

DATE 7/23-7/26

AGES: 6 - 8

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 9:30 AM-11:30 AM $118/$178 6/10

Rock and Roll Robotics

LOCATION: Lisle Park District DATE 7/23-7/26

LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY 1097 Sa

DATE 7/21

TIME 1:00 PM-3:00 PM

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AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 11:00 AM-12:30 PM $37/$55

Min/Max 5/15

Got Happiness? Is happiness genetic? While biology does play a large role in happiness, we still have LOTS of room to grow our children?s happiness level in their day-to-day environment! In this electrifying workshop, kids will have the chance to build on their current happiness level through thrilling activities like: Jumping Jailbreak, Emotion Potion, Shot of Happiness, Wow Kid, Poppin? You, Human Laugh Track, Coping IQ, Funhouse Mirrors, Corner Office, Tiki Tag, and more! Group games are just one of the many ways to start building happiness and coping skills. Treats and prizes included. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY 1095 F

DATE 6/22

TIME 6:30 PM-8:00 PM

AGES: 7 - 12 Fee (R/N) $37/$55

Min/Max 5/15

Got Self-Esteem and Leadership? As parents, we want the best for our children...friends, sports, vacations, education, teachers, clothes, technology and the list goes on. What about the gifts of high self-esteem and leadership? Selfesteem is how you feel about yourself and a feeling that you are able to handle life every day. It’s believing in your talents and that you have value to offer the universe. When you possess this, it becomes easier to be a leader. Through creative expression in an incredibly fun workshop, kids will have the chance to cultivate self-worth and won’t even realize they are working on self-esteem. Interactive self-booster games will be executed like Lollipop Marathon, King’s Throne, Balloon Bust, Billboard This, Ten Seconds, Compliment Cafe, Monkey Madness, Campaign Craze, and Toy of Me. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District

Create robots that rock and robots that roll! Using the LEGO WeDo Robotics System your robots will include a monkey who plays a drum to a rock & roll beat, a lion that roars, a bird that flaps its wings to create a big wind, a sleeping giant who will awaken on your command and a boat that will rock on the rough seas. This course builds knowledge of simple machines, engineering, programming, and teamwork. Students will work in teams of 2. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. CODE DAY 1242 M-Th

Through an incredibly fun and high energy workshop, kids will have the chance to improve their verbal and listening skills through communication and confidence boosting games like: Bubble Gum Bonanza, Ticket Booth, Cotton Candy Catastrophe, Pencil Me In, Clothespin Chaos, What?s Different, and Whoopee Cushion Caper. Thrilling group games are the ultimate way to elicit communication from children. Treats and prizes included. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

exploration

Do you want to be the next George Lucas? We will create our very own Star Wars movie using special digital movie making cameras and software. As directors and producers we will work in teams to create our own story and script, build various Star Wars Lego scenes and film our own movie. We will use graphic editing techniques and stop motion animation, add background noise and music, and show our movie at a private screening on the last day of class. All students will get a copy of their movie after class is complete. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

Got Communication and Confidence?

CODE DAY 1093 F

DATE 7/27

TIME 6:30 PM-8:00 PM

AGES: 7 - 12 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $37/$55 5/15

AGES: 8 - 12 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $118/$178 6/10

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Youth & Teens

teens

Baby Sitting Skills for Success

Teen Photography

Learn the characteristics of successful babysitting while taking part in discussion and role-playing activities. This class will cover skills such as how to properly handle accidents and emergencies while providing basic first aid care, child development, diapering, feeding and playing with children. CPR is covered although students will not be ‘certified.’ Student handbook and reference materials are included. Students receive a certificate after completing the eight-hour class. Please bring a doll, lunch, and snack. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

Photography for Teens is a beginner’s digital photography course where teens will have fun learning about photography and their cameras. Please bring a digital camera from home. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle, Downers Grove, Clarendon Hills, Bolingbrook, Darien, and Oakbrook Terrace Park Districts.

LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY DATE 1191 TU-th 5/29 5/30 5/31

Fee (R/N) $65/$97 $65/$97 $65/$97

Min/Max 8/10 1191 8/10 1191 8/10 1191

AGES: 10 - 15

TIME 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $65/$97

Min/Max 8/10

The Engineering and Science of Water Parks A lot of science goes into providing a safe trip down those tubes. How do water parks use basic physics and engineering concepts to keep their 85 million annual visitors safe? Learn the secrets behind the fun of those slippery water slides, the winding lazy river, the wild wave pool, splashing spray parks, and the snack shack! Highly motivating materials like tubes, funnels, pumps, lights, basins, sprayers and more will be used to enrich and challenge children?s understanding of the water park industry. A concession style themed snack will be offered during class. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District CODE DAY DATE 1094 F 6/22

TIME 5:00 PM-6:30 PM

CODE DAY 1245 Sa

DATE 6/16

TIME 10:00 AM-1:00 PM

AGES: 13 - 17 Fee (R/N) $25/$30

Min/Max 5/20

AGES: 10 - 15

TIME 5:00 PM-8:00 PM 5:00 PM-8:00 PM 5:00 PM-7:00 PM

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1190 W-Th 7/11-7/12

LOCATION: Darien Park District Community Center

Counselor-In-Training The Counselor-in-Training program is broken down into two, 5-week sessions. It provides a unique opportunity to develop skills necessary for working with children in a hands-on environment. CIT’s will be involved in daily activities assisting camp staff with camp projects, camper’s activities, lesson plans and more. To become a CIT, you must fill out a CIT application, which can be found at the Community Center and Athletic Recreation Center. In addition, prospective CIT’s will need to attend an interview in early May. Please bring three goals of what you would like to learn from this experience to the interview. Those selected will need to register for the session and attend an orientation with the Camp Director and will be assigned to an Adventure Camp team. CIT’s are not placed in Trek & Travel Camps. The registration fee covers field trips, pool days, and a camp t-shirt. LOCATION: ARC AGES: 14-16 CODE DAY 1209 M-F 1210 M-F

DATE 6/4-7/6* 7/9-8/10

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:00 AM-4:30 PM $80/$120 9:00 AM-4:30 PM $80/$120

Min/Max 2/3 2/3

*No camp on 7/4

AGES: 7 - 13 Fee (R/N) $39/$59

Min/Max 6/12

Self Defense Seminar This workshop is designed to be extremely effective in teaching girls how to protect themselves. The central focus is to create a safe learning environment while ensuring high quality service. All instructors are members of the Bolingbrook Police Department. Training includes practicing full force self-defense techniques on a padded instructor as well as everyday safety skills which focus on awareness and prevention. The workshop emphasizes techniques that can stop an attack without violence. This class involves physical practice, role plays and stories to teach skills. Students should wear athletic clothing and gym shoes. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle, Downers Grove, Darien, Bolingbrook, Clarendon Hills, Westmont and Oakbrook Terrace Park Districts. LOCATION: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Complex CODE DAY DATE 1246 Sa 7/21

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TIME 12:00 PM-2:00 PM

AGES: 10 - 14

Fee (R/N) FREE!

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Adults

Strength Training with Abs

Ballet For Fitness Gain better posture, balance, strength, and flexibility through this easy to follow adult beginning ballet class. Exercises will be performed at the barre, on the floor, across the floor, and in the middle. Michelle Dawson, certified fitness instructor, will help you lift, lengthen, and tone your entire body. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District. LOCATION: Lisle Park District TIME 7:45 PM-8:30 PM

Fee (R/N) $65/$85

Min/Max 5/7

Pilates The Pilates method of body conditioning promotes physical harmony while providing a refreshing and energizing workout. The program focuses on the core postural muscles such as the abdomen, lower back, and hips, which help keep the body balanced and are essential to providing support for the spine. Please bring a mat to class. LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1203 M 6/4-7/30

TIME 8:45 PM-9:20 PM

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1202 M 6/4-7/30

TIME 7:20 PM-7:55 PM

AGES: 16 & UP Fee (R/N) $65/$85

Min/Max 5/15

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CODE DAY DATE 1254 Th 6/7-8/2

AGES: 16 & UP

This strength training class is designed to increase your metabolism and help with muscle endurance by lifting weights. This intense but easy to follow workout will give you a total body workout. This class is great for burning fat, and will have you feeling stronger by the end of the session. Please bring a mat to class. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

AGES: 16 & UP Fee (R/N) $58/$76

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ARC MEMBERS ENJOY THE FOLLOWING: ∙ Fitness area including state-of-the-art cardio & strength equipment and free weights area ∙ Indoor walking/jogging track (200 meters per lap, 8 laps = 1 mile) ∙ Open gym and open turf with age-specific open gym/turf times and the ability to use the turf/gym when not in use ∙ Virtual fitness classes ∙ Stretching areas ENROLLMENT FEE Individual (16Y-61Y)

$30

Each additional household member (16Y-61Y)

$20

Teen (14Y-15Y)*

$20

Senior/Active Military (62Y & older)

$15

MEMBERSHIP FEE*

Resident Monthly Installments

Resident Annual

Nonresident Monthly Installments

Nonresident Annual

Individual (16Y-61Y)

$25

$300

$30

$360

Each additional household member (16Y-61Y)

$20

$240

$25

$300

Teen** (14Y-15Y)

$20

$240

$25

$300

Senior/Active Military (62Y & older)

$20

$240

$25

$300

*All fitness memberships are a 1-year agreement. Payments can be made in monthly installments or annually. **Teens must be accompanied by a parent/guardian while using the fitness equipment or complete the Teen Training Program for an additional $29 to work out without a parent or guardian present. Silver Sneakers and Prime Fitness Memberships may be available through your employer or health insurance. Senior/Active Military Nonresident (62Y & older)

TRACK ONLY FEE

Resident

Nonresident

Senior/Active Military Resident (62Y & older)

Annual

$150

$225

$100

$125

3-Month Pass

$50

$75

$30

$45 Senior/Active Military Nonresident (62Y & older)

DAILY ADMISSIONS

Resident

Nonresident

Senior/Active Military Resident (62Y & older)

Fitness Center

$8

$10

$5

$7

Track Only

$3

$5

$2

$3

*Teen must have parent/guardian sign waiver to use track or fitness center. *Teen must be accompanied by a parent/guardian while using the fitness equipment OR completion of the Teen Training Program for an additional $29 will allow teens to work out without a parent or guardian present.

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How to Purchase a Membership

Fitness memberships can be purchased in-person at the ARC Fitness Guest Services desk, which is located on the second floor. A member of the Fitness Guest Services staff can answer questions about memberships, personal training, Group X and more.

» Photo ID » A valid credit card (for monthly installment plan memberships) » Provide one of the following documents below for proof of residency: • Utility bill within the last 2 months (phone, cable, water, electric, gas) • Current property tax bill • Mortgage/rental agreement • For additional adults on the membership: current photo ID with address matching primary address on the account or utility bill as listed above.

» Birth certificate/driver’s license/passport for teen » A valid credit card (for monthly installment plan memberships) » Provide one of the following documents below for proof of residency: • Utility bill within the last 2 months (phone, cable, water, electric, gas) • Current property tax bill • Mortgage/rental agreement

Purchase a group x add-on membership or a group x punch card

The ARC Group X program changes monthly to challenge your body and prevent workout ruts. You can find the fitness schedule on the ARC website to view the classes by day, week or month; read class descriptions; and export classes to your outlook calendar.

GROUP X CLASS MEMBERSHIP ADD-ON FEE GROUP X PUNCH CARD FEES

Fitness Member Resident

Nonresident

If you’re not an ARC fitness member and just want to attend Group X classes, the Group X punch card is for you! It allows you to attend a variety of classes without the commitment of a whole session.

Single visit

$8

$10

$12

5-Visit Punch Card

$35

$45

$55

10-Visit Punch Card

$70

$90

$110

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$15/month additional per member (monthly installment plan) or $180 annually

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Early Childhood & Youth

Shotokan Pre-Karate Young children will 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 childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s confidence blossom and their skills improve! Note: Uniforms and belt testing are options available through the ISKC instructor. LOCATION: Community Center CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 1100 4 - 7 Beginner M 6/18-8/27 4:00 PM-4:45 PM $116 /$174

Min/Max 15/25

LOCATION: Darien Park District Community Center CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME 1102 4 - 7 Beginner/Continuer (2 or less prior sessions) TU 6/12-8/21 4:00 PM-4:45 PM

LOCATION: Community Center

Fee (R/N) $116 /$174

Min/Max 5/5

CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 1101 4 - 7 Continuer M 6/18-8/27 4:50 PM-5:35 PM $116 /$174

Min/Max 15/25

LOCATION: Darien Park District Community Center CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 1103 4 - 7 Intermediate/Advanced (3 or less prior sessions) TU 6/12-8/21 4:50 PM-5:35 PM $116 /$174

Min/Max 5/5

Youth

Shotokan Youth Karate 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. Uniforms and belt testing are options available through the ISKC instructor. LOCATION: Burr Ridge Park District CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME 1110 8 - 14 Advanced (purple-black belts) F 6/15-8/24 7:40 PM-8:35 PM

Fee (R/N) $116/$174

Min/Max 5/5

Fee (R/N) $116 /$174

Min/Max 5/5

Fee (R/N) $116/$174

Min/Max 15/25

Fee (R/N) $116 /$174 Fee (R/N) $116 /$174

Min/Max 5/5 Min/Max 5/5

Fee (R/N) $116 /$174

Min/Max 15/25

LOCATION: Darien Park District Community Center CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME 1109 8 - 14 Advanced (purple-black belts) TU 6/12-8/21 7:40 PM-8:35 PM

LOCATION: Community Center CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME 1104 8 - 14 Beginner/Continuer (white-yellow belts) M 6/18-8/27 5:40 PM-6:40 PM

LOCATION: Darien Park District Community Center CODE 1106 CODE 1107

AGE Level DAY DATE TIME 8 - 14 Beginner/Continuer (white-yellow belts) TU 6/12-8/21 5:40 PM-6:35 PM AGE Level DAY DATE TIME 8 - 14 Intermediate (blue-green belts) TU 6/12-8/21 6:40 PM-7:35 PM

LOCATION: Community Center

CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME 1105 8 - 14 Intermediate/Advanced (blue-black belts) M 6/18-8/27 6:45 PM-7:45 PM

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Youth & Teens

Tae Kwon Do Tae Kwon Do is a Korean Style of combining the hands and feet in a method of unarmed self-defense. Instruction is centered around physical conditioning, a series of patterned movements that develop grace and coordination, and controlled sparring and self-defense practice. Black Belt instructors teach proper technique in these areas, monitor all students practice, and provide a structured teaching environment for students of all ages. Tae Kwon Do can bring out a heightened sense of confidence, physical awareness, and well-being in each and every student. All students begin at the rank of white belt. To advance to a higher belt or rank, the student must demonstrate his or her abilities at periodic promotional examination held at Kimâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Black Belt Academy. Note: Uniforms are available through the instructor.

AGE DAY DATE 6 - 13 TU,Th 6/5-8/2 8 - 13 TU,Th 6/5-8/2 13 & Up TU,Th 6/5-8/2

TIME 5:30 PM-6:15 PM 6:30 PM-7:30 PM 7:40 PM-8:40 PM

Fee (R/N) $121/$181 $121 /$181 $121/$181

Min/Max 6/25 6/25 6/25

Adults

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LOCATION: Community Center CODE 1185 1186 1184

Shotokan Adult Karate Release tension, develop total body fitness and build stamina and overall productivity! In addition to self-defense skills, karate increases flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, and muscle tone, while improving core strength. Uniforms and belt testing are options available through the ISKC instructor. LOCATION: Burr Ridge Park District

CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 1115 15 & Up Advanced (brown-black belts) F 6/15-8/24 8:40 PM-10:00 PM $132/$198

Min/Max 5/5

LOCATION: Darien Park District Community Center CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME 1113 15 & Up Beginner/Intermediate (white-yellow belts) TU 6/12-8/21 8:35 PM-9:30 PM

Fee (R/N) $116/$174

Min/Max 5/5

CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 1111 15 & Up Beginner/Novice (white - blue belts) M 6/18-8/27 7:45 PM-8:45 PM $116/$174 1112 15 & Up Intermediate (green - black belts) M 6/18-8/27 7:45 PM-9:15 PM $143/$215

Min/Max 15/25 15/25

LOCATION: Community Center

LOCATION: Darien Park District Community Center CODE AGE Level DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 1114 15 & Up Intermediate/Advanced (blue belts & up) TU 6/12-8/21 8:35 PM-9:45 PM $132 /$198

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Family

Private Guitar

Private Piano

Private lessons are available for beginning through intermediate guitar students. Proper technique, music theory, ear training, and music reading are all emphasized. Method books are available from the instructor for an additional fee. Adults welcome! No prior experience needed.

Private lessons are available for beginning through intermediate piano students. Proper technique, music theory, ear training, and music reading are all emphasized. Keyboard is provided during class. Method books are available from the instructor for an additional fee which varies by age. Adults welcome! No prior experience needed.

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LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1211 Th 6/7-7/12 1212 Th 6/7-7/12 1213 Th 6/7-7/12 1214 Th 6/7-7/12 1215 Th 6/7-7/12 1216 Th 6/7-7/12 1217 Th 6/7-7/12

TIME 3:30 PM-4:00 PM 4:00 PM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-5:00 PM 5:00 PM-5:30 PM 5:30 PM-6:00 PM 6:00 PM-6:30 PM 6:30 PM-7:00 PM

AGES: 5 & up Fee (R/N) $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223

Min/Max 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1

LOCATION: Community Center

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TIME 3:30 PM-4:00 PM 4:00 PM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-5:00 PM 5:00 PM-5:30 PM 5:30 PM-6:00 PM 6:00 PM-6:30 PM 6:30 PM-7:00 PM

AGES: 4 & up Fee (R/N) $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223

Min/Max 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1

*No class 7/5

*No class 7/5 CODE DAY DATE 1218 Th 7/19-8/16 1219 Th 7/19-8/16 1220 Th 7/19-8/16 1221 Th 7/19-8/16 1222 Th 7/19-8/16 1223 Th 7/19-8/16 1224 Th 7/19-8/16

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1226 Th 6/7-7/12 1227 Th 6/7-7/12 1228 Th 6/7-7/12 1229 Th 6/7-7/12 1230 Th 6/7-7/12 1231 Th 6/7-7/12 1232 Th 6/7-7/12

TIME 3:30 PM-4:00 PM 4:00 PM-4:30 PM 4:30 PM-5:00 PM 5:00 PM-5:30 PM 5:30 PM-6:00 PM 6:00 PM-6:30 PM 6:30 PM-7:00 PM

AGES: 5 & up Fee (R/N) $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223 $149/$223

Min/Max 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1247 Th 7/19-8/16 1248 Th 7/19-8/16 1249 Th 7/19-8/16 1250 Th 7/19-8/16 1251 Th 7/19-8/16 1252 Th 7/19-8/16 1253 Th 7/19-8/16

AGES: 4 & up

TIME Fee (R/N) 3:30 PM-4:00 PM $149/$223 4:00 PM-4:30 PM $149/$223 4:30 PM-5:00 PM $149/$223 5:00 PM-5:30 PM $149/$223 5:30 PM-6:00 PM $149/$223 6:00 PM-6:30 PM $149/$223 6:30 PM-7:00 PM $149/$223

Min/Max 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1

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All Star Volleyball

Youth

All Star Baseball Level II Instructors of All Star Sports will cover the basics of baseball in a fun and safe environment where no one stands around. Throwing, catching, hitting, and fielding will be taught, as well as running the bases and how to play the game. Games will be played every week. Participants must bring own glove. LOCATION: ARC TURF

CODE DAY DATE 1294 F 6/8-7/20

TIME Fee (R/N) 11:45 AM-12:45 PM $67/$77

AGES: 7 - 9 Min/Max 6/16

This program will introduce your children to the game of basketball if they are beginners or if they need the know how to get to the next level. Basic skills of dribbling, passing, shooting and defense will be taught by enthusiastic instructors of All Star Sports. Games will also be played to show the importance of teamwork in game situations. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1283 M 1314 W

DATE 6/4-7/16 8/1-8/29

TIME 11:45 AM-12:45 PM 6:30 PM-7:30 PM

AGES: 7 - 9 Fee (R/N) $67/$77 $48/$58

Min/Max 6/16 6/16

All Star Dodgeball This fast paced class will get your kids moving and dodging like never before. During the class we will teach kids the rules of dodge ball and the strategies to beat the toughest players. We will also be playing different varieties of the game, so come on out and learn to dodge, dip, duck and dive. The main object is to have fun! Equipment provided. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1295 F

DATE 6/8-7/20

LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1296 F

TIME 1:30 PM-2:30 PM

DATE 6/8-7/20

TIME 2:30 PM-3:30 PM

AGES: 7 - 10 Fee (R/N) $67/$77

Min/Max 6/16

AGES: 10 - 13 Fee (R/N) $67/$77

Min/Max 6/16

All Star Flag Football Come and learn the proper techniques on passing, receiving, blocking and kicking. The breakdown of offensive and defensive strategies will also be covered. Teamwork and positive play are highly stressed, but the main objective is to have fun. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1284 M

LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1285 M

DATE 6/4-7/16

TIME 2:15 PM-3:15 PM

DATE 6/4-7/16

TIME 3:15 PM-4:15 PM

AGES: 6 - 10 Fee (R/N) $67/$77

Min/Max 6/16

AGES: 9 - 11 Fee (R/N) $67/$77

Min/Max 6/16

LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1297 F

DATE 6/8-7/20

LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1298 F

TIME 3:45 PM-4:45 PM

DATE 6/8-7/20

TIME 4:45 PM-5:45 PM

Min/Max 6/16

AGES: 10 - 12 Fee (R/N) $67/$77

Min/Max 6/16

Beginning Tumbling Start out learning the proper way to perform rolls, handstands, and cartwheels. This class is a great introduction to tumbling, and it opens the door to gymnastics possibilities. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1353 Sa 1354 Sa

DATE 6/9-7/7 7/14-8/11

AGES: 7 - 10

TIME Fee (R/N) 11:00 AM-11:45 AM $34/$42 11:00 AM-11:45 AM $34/$42

Min/Max 4/12 4/12

Fast Pitch Softball Hitting Clinic Learn the fundamentals of fast pitch softball hitting in this 3 day clinic. Instruction includes hitting mechanics and mental aspects. Please bring a bat and wear gym shoes. The instructor is Denise McCance, former varsity high school softball coach. LOCATION:ARC

AGES: 7-12

CODE DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) 1483 M,tU 7/16-7/19* 7:50 PM-8:30 PM $59/$69 TH 7/16-7/19* 6:00 PM-6:40 PM

Min/Max 6/24

*No class 7/18

Girls Softball Camp Learn the skills and fundamentals of fast pitch softball; catching, fielding, hitting, base running, an position work. Please bring a glove, bat, and gym shoes. Instructor: Denise McCance, former high school varsity softball coach. LOCATION:ARC CODE DAY 1275 M, TU, TH

AGES: 7-12

DATE TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 7/16-7/19* 6:45 PM-7:45 PM $59/$69 3/24

*No class 7/18

Youth Track and Field Camp Discover the diverse fun you can have learning and competing in track and field. Different running distances, sprints, long jump, relays, softball throw, hurdles and other track and field events will be covered. This camp will also teach youngsters proper stretching, body balance, speed, agility, and cool-down techniques and drills to help them be quicker, safer and more powerful performers. Campers will participate in a fun-filled track and field meet on the last day. Each participant should bring a water bottle. LOCATION: ARC - Soccer Fields CODE DAY DATE 1374 M-F 7/16-7/20

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AGES: 7 - 9 Fee (R/N) $67/$77

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All Star Basketball Skills

Get an introduction to the basics of the game of volleyball including bumping, setting and serving with an emphasis on having fun. Basic team strategies and skills to improve footwork and coordination are also taught.

AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:00 AM-10:30 AM $60 /$75

Min/Max 4/20

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Camp Sports and Sorts

Frisbee Games

This specialized athletic program emphasizes instruction, participation, and fun. Camp focuses on basic sports and also includes creative athletic games with a twist.

Get in on some Frisbee fun! Youngsters will learn the different ways to throw and catch a Frisbee as well as develop other skills such as speed, stamina, and agility. They will have the opportunity to practice these skills as they play Frisbee games such as Frisbee Toss back, Frisbee Baseball, Frisbee Golf and Ultimate Frisbee. Each participant should bring a water bottle.

Week 1 LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1378 M-F 5/28-6/1 1387 M-F 5/28-6/1

AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 8:45 AM-11:30 AM $38/$48 12:30 PM-3:15 PM $38/$48

Min/Max 8/20 8/20

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Week 2 LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1379 M-F 6/4-6/8 1388 M-F 6/4-6/8

AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 8:45 AM-11:30 AM $38/$48 12:30 PM-3:15 PM $38/$48

Min/Max 8/20 8/20

Week 3 LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1380 M-F 6/11-6/15 1389 M-F 6/11-6/15

AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 8:45 AM-11:30 AM $38/$48 12:30 PM-3:15 PM $38/$48

Min/Max 8/20 8/20

Week 4 LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1381 M-F 6/18-6/22 1390 M-F 6/18-6/22

AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 8:45 AM-11:30 AM $38/$48 12:30 PM-3:15 PM $38/$48

Min/Max 8/20 8/20

LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1372 Th 6/7-7/12* 1373 Th 7/19-8/16

TIME 6:45 PM-7:45 PM 6:45 PM-7:45 PM

AGES: 7 - 12 Fee (R/N) $45/$56 $45/$56

Min/Max 6/20 6/20

*No class 7/5

Future Pros Soccer Foot Skills Camp Players are taught to develop proper technique utilizing various surfaces of the foot while building technical speed (quick feet). Participants learn change of direction, moves to beat an opponent, moves to retain possession, fakes, feints, quick feet/changes of speed, and signature moves. This program is designed for all levels in-house soccer players that want to take their game to another level. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1397 TU

DATE 6/12-7/24*

TIME 6:00 PM-7:30 PM

AGES: 6 - 12 Fee (R/N) $75/$85

Min/Max 6/20

*No class 7/3

Week 5 LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1382 M-F 6/25-6/29 1391 M-F 6/25-6/29

TIME 8:45 AM-11:30 AM 12:30 PM-3:15 PM

AGES: 7 - 12 Fee (R/N) $38/$48 $38/$48

Min/Max 8/20 8/20

Week 6 LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1383 M-F 7/9-7/13 1392 M-F 7/9-7/13

TIME 8:45 AM-11:30 AM 12:30 PM-3:15 PM

AGES: 7 - 12 Fee (R/N) $38/$48 $38/$48

Min/Max 8/20 8/20

Week 7 LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1384 M-F 7/16-7/20 1393 M-F 7/16-7/20

AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 8:45 AM-11:30 AM $38/$48 12:30 PM-3:15 PM $38/$48

Min/Max 8/20 8/20

Youth Lacrosse This class will cover various lacrosse techniques, including cradling, scooping, passing, catching, shooting, and goalie skills. Young players will learn the grip, wrist and arm action, stick position and other basic principles needed to perform these techniques. This class is for the lacrosse player looking to understand the game, learn new skills and have fun! Each participant should bring a mouth guard and water bottle. Lacrosse sticks will be provided. LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1361 TU 6/5-7/10* 1362 TU 7/17-8/14

TIME 5:45 PM-6:45 PM 5:45 PM-6:45 PM

AGES: 7 - 10 Fee (R/N) $45/$56 $45/$56

Min/Max 4/20 4/20

*No class 7/3

Week 8 LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1385 M-F 7/23-7/27 1394 M-F 7/23-7/27

AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 8:45 AM-11:30 AM $38/$48 12:30 PM-3:15 PM $38/$48

Min/Max 8/20 8/20

Week 9 LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1386 M-F 7/30-8/3

1395 M-F 7/30-8/3

AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) 8:45 AM-11:30 AM $38/$48 12:30 PM-3:15 PM $38/$48

Min/Max 8/20 8/20

Youth Lacrosse Camp Lacrosse is sweeping the nation and the northwest suburbs. Through drills and games in a fast-paced and safe environment, players learn various techniques such as cradling, scooping, passing, catching, shooting and goalie skills?the fundamentals any lacrosse player must have! Offensive and defensive techniques and positioning will be covered in this camp. Each child should bring a mouth guard and water bottle. Lacrosse sticks will be provided. LOCATION: ARC - Soccer Fields CODE DAY DATE 1375 M-F 7/16-7/20

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AGES: 7 - 12

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 10:30 AM-12:00 PM $60/$75 4/20

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Fencing Camp

Youth & Teens

Pitch, Hit & Run Skills Competition The MLB Pitch, Hit & Run skills competition is a national skills competition for boys and girls between the ages of 7-14 years old. Boys and girls in four separate age groups compete against each other in pitching, hitting and running. The program is free so come on out and have some fun. Boys will be using baseballs and girls will be using softballs. LOCATION: Orchard Hill Park

AGES: 7 - 14

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:00 AM-11:00 AM $0/$0

Min/Max 6/50

LOCATION: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1376 M-F 6/18-6/22 1377 M-F 6/25-6/29

AGES: 7 - 14

TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 10:30 AM-12:30 PM $140/$150 8/20 10:30 AM-12:30 PM $140/$150 8/20

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This camp is for the student with little or no experience in fencing. This sport develops agility, strength, speed, cunning and best of all?it is FUN! Participants must wear comfortable workout clothes, sweatpants required gym shoes. All equipment is supplied.Instructor: Fencing Master Marek Stepien (Former Polish National Champion & Notre Dame Fencing Team Assistant Coach)

Tumbling for Cheerleaders Focus on tumbling skills specifically for cheerleading. Round-offs, flip flops, standing back tucks and running tumbling are covered. Basic tumbling skills required for class participation. LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1355 Sa 6/9-7/7 1356 Sa 7/14-8/11

AGES: 7 - 13

TIME Fee (R/N) 11:45 AM-12:45 PM $45/$56 11:45 AM-12:45 PM $45/$56

Min/Max 4/10 4/10

Youth Summer Tennis Lessons Inspire Tennis Academy Programs members have designed tennis instruction programs for park districts, villages, cities, schools, clubs, and social service agencies for thousands of tennis players at all levels and provide quality professional tennis instruction at reasonable rates. Quick Start Tennis - This program was originally designed for ages 4-10 to help develop the skills utilizing smaller sized rackets, low compression ennis balls, and smaller court sizes. This program develops proper skills and is great for all ages. Inspire tennis programs has adapted this program to be extended to all age groups. Location: Hobson CODE AGE LEVEL DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 1417 12 - 16 Adv. Beg./ Int. M,W 6/4-6/27 6:00 PM-7:00 PM $129/$139 4/8 1420 12 - 16 Adv. Beg./ Int. M,W 7/9-8/1 6:00 PM-7:00 PM $129 /$139 4/8 1423 12 - 16 Adv. Beg./ Int. Sa 6/9-8/4 12:00 PM-1:30 PM $218/$228 4/8

Location: Forest Glen Park 1426 1430

11 - 17 11 - 17

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6/5-6/28 7/10-8/2

11:00 AM-12:00 PM 11:00 AM-12:00 PM

$129/$139 $129/$139

4/8 4/8

Location: Hobson 1421 1422

7 - 9 10 - 14

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6/9-8/4 6/9-8/4

10:00 AM-11:00 AM 11:00 AM-12:00 PM

$145/$155 $145/$155

4/8 4/8

Location: Forest Glen Park 1425 1429 1424 1428

11 - 17 11 - 17 7 - 10 7 - 10

LOCATION: Hobson 1415 1418 1416 1419

6 - 9 6 - 9 10 - 14 10 - 14

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6/5-6/28 7/10-8/2 6/5-6/28 7/10-8/2

11:00 AM-12:00 PM 11:00 AM-12:00 PM 10:00 AM-11:00 AM 10:00 AM-11:00 AM

$129/$139 $129/$139 $129/$139 $129/$139

Beginner M,W 6/4-6/27 4:00 PM-5:00 PM $129 /$139 Beginner M,W 7/9-8/1 4:00 PM-5:00 PM $129/$139 Beginner/ Adv. Beg. M,W Beginner/ Adv. Beg. M,W

6/4-6/27 7/9-8/1

5:00 PM-6:00 PM 5:00 PM-6:00 PM

4/8 4/8 4/8 4/8

$129/$139 $129/ $139

4/8 4/8 4/8 4/8

$194/$204 $194/$204 $218/$318

4/8 4/8 4/8

Location: Hobson 1427 1431 1485

12 - 18 12 - 18 12 - 18

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Field Hockey Clinic

Archery

Participants will learn fundamental field hockey techniques such as push passing, dribbling, hitting, trapping, and goal keeping. Both defensive and offensive skills and strategies will be taught to players in game settings. The goal of this class is to teach players in a positive and fun environment with a focus on developing teamwork, sportsmanship, and enthusiasm for the sport. Each participant should bring a mouth guard and water bottle. Field hockey sticks and balls will be provided.

Bulls-eye! Come and receive instruction in the Olympic sport of archery. Instruction is provided by a team of National Archery Association certified instructors who will assist you in learning in a fun and safe environment. All equipment will be provided. Open to both youth and adults, beginners as well as intermediates you will learn archery basics including range safety, whistle commands, proper stance and the draw and release of arrows starting at a 10 yard distance. Students will be working with the Olympic style recurve bow, finger tab and arm guard. Tight-fitted clothing or short-sleeved shirts are recommended. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle Park District.

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LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1357 TU 6/5-7/10* 1358 TU 7/17-8/14

TIME 4:00 PM-5:00 PM 4:00 PM-5:00 PM

AGES: 8 - 13 Fee (R/N) $45/$56 $45/$56

Min/Max 4/10 4/10

*No class 7/3

Badminton Skills and Games Learn the fundamental skills of this dynamic sport through drills and scrimmages in this fun class. Players will focus on serving, receiving, smashing, clearing and dropping. Footwork, coordination, court movement, shot selection, strength, speed and accuracy will be emphasized. Instruction also will focus on the rules and game strategy used in both singles and doubles play. Our goal is for everyone to have a fun experience and promote a lifelong relationship with exercise through the sport of badminton. Each participant should bring a water bottle. Equipment will be provided. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY 1363 TU 1364 TU

DATE TIME 6/5-7/10 * 6:45 PM-7:45 PM 7/17-8/14 6:45 PM-7:45 PM

AGES: 8 - 13 Fee (R/N) $45/$56 $45/$56

Min/Max 4/20 4/20

*No class 7/3

DAY DATE TU 6/5-6/26 TU 7/10-7/31 TU 8/7-8/28

Open to all girls in grades K-8th. Players will work on skills and drills with Coach Lyndsie Long, head varsity girls basketball coach at Downers Grove South High School, and the staff of the DGS girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; basketball program. Small basketballs and shorter baskets will be used for the younger age groups. Come have a fantastic experience with the Mustangs girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; basketball team.

CODE DAY DATE 1274 M-W 7/23-7/25

AGES: 5 - 14

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:00 AM-11:00 AM $59/$69

Min/Max 6/30

AGES: 8 & UP Fee (R/N) $59/$69 $59/$69 $59/$69

Min/Max 6/8 6/8 6/8

Challenger British Soccer Camp Maximum participation, maximum touches of the ball and maximum fun are all included in this camp. Each of these selected coaches hold a national coaching license from Great Britain and are trained specifically for the British Soccer Camp Program. These coaches will not only teach skills, but also teamwork, sportsmanship, and discipline. Join the camp and enjoy a week of soccer and British culture all in one experience. All campers will receive a hand-stitched soccer ball and a British Soccer Camp T-shirt. Campers will be split by age group at the first day of camp. Register early at www.challengersports.com by 4/20 for the June 4-8 camp or by 5/25 for the July 9-13 and receive a free jersey. CODE DAY DATE 1324 M-F 6/4-6/8 1325 M-F 7/9-7/13

TIME 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

AGES: 6 - 16 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $140/$150 6/40 $140/$150 6/40

DVA 6-8 Grade All Skills Volleyball Clinic The District Volleyball Academy (DVA) will co-sponsor volleyball camps and clinics with the Woodridge Park District at the ARC. With the DVA, you will receive elite level training taught by highly experienced coaches in a fun, high-paced environment. The program is tailored to challenge all ability ranges from beginners to advanced with instruction that covers the 6 core skills of volleyball; setting, passing, attacking, blocking, digging, and serving. All training will focus on FUN-damental skill and proper technical form. LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1450 M-th 6/18-6/21 1462 M-th 7/9-7/12

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TIME 6:30 PM-7:30 PM 6:30 PM-7:30 PM 6:30 PM-7:30 PM

LOCATION: ARC - Soccer Fields

DGS Girls Basketball Camp

LOCATION: ARC

LOCATION: ARC CODE 1259 1260 1261

AGES: 11 - 14

TIME Fee (R/N) 12:00 PM-2:00 PM $80/$90 12:00 PM-2:00 PM $80/$90

Min/Max 6/30 6/30

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GOAT Sports Academy Elite Basketball Training

Fall Youth Flag Football League

LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1269 M-F 6/25-6/29 1271 M-F 7/16-7/20

LOCATION: ARC

TIME 10:30 AM-12:00 PM 6:00 PM-7:30 PM

CODE DAY DATE 1270 M-F 6/25-6/29 1273 M-F 7/16-7/20

TIME 12:30 PM-2:00 PM 7:30 PM-9:00 PM

AGES: 8 - 12 Fee (R/N) $95/$105 $95/$105

Min/Max 6/15 6/15

AGES: 12 - 17 Fee (R/N) $95/$105 $95/$105

Min/Max 6/15 6/15

Co-Rec Youth Volleyball League 5th Grade: This league emphasizes fundamentals, skill development, teamwork, sportsmanship, and fun. At this level, participants play on age appropriate nets and use softer volleyballs. Everyone is guaranteed to play an equal amount of time because there is no substitution (substitution is on rotation). Practice is once a week for an hour, along with one game per week. Practices and games will be held between the times listed below. Practice times are selected by the Volunteer Coaches. Coaches will contact players following the coaches meeting in January. Practices are one hour long and held one day a week either on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday from 5-9P. Coaches will sign up for a practice spot from the available practice slots. Games will take place between 6-8 pm on Monday’s. All players must wear gym shoes; participants receive team T-Shirts. Anyone interested in helping as a coach or assistant coach should mark that down on the registration form. All participants must preregister, including those whose parents are volunteer coaches. Register early, as this league is expected to fill quickly. Grades maybe combined if there isn’t enough enrollment in one grade. LOCATION: ARC

Grade 5

CODE DAY DATE 1441 M 6/18-8/20*

LOCATION: ARC

Grade 6

CODE DAY DATE 1442 M 6/18-8/20*

LOCATION: ARC

TIME 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

Grade 7

CODE DAY DATE 1443 M 6/18-8/20*

LOCATION: ARC

TIME 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

TIME 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

Grade 8

CODE DAY DATE 1444 M 6/18-8/20*

TIME 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

LOCATION: various athletic fields

AGES: 8 - 13

CODE 1463 1464 1465 1466 1467

DATES 8/20-11/4 8/20-11/4 8/20-11/4 8/20-11/4 8/20-11/4

GRADE Kindergarten 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8

Game Day/Practice Day Sun/M, Tu, W, Th or F Sun/M, Tu, W, Th or F Sun/M, Tu, W, Th or F Sun/M, Tu, W, Th or F Sun/M, Tu, W, Th or F

Fee (R/N) $85/95 $85/95 $85/95 $85/95 $85/95

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Train with the Pros - Goat Sports Academy, LLC (GSA) is an elite sports training company. Currently they specialize in basketball and fitness. GSA greatest objective is to help their clients achieve excellence through proper training while pushing them to their limits in a fun healthy environment. We concentrate on all areas of basketball and fitness while also developing confidence in our clients along the way. The camp director is Justin Bowen. Justin played college ball at UIC, then went on to play overseas and for the San Antonio (Austin Toros) NBA development team. This camp is for boys and girls.

Learn the basics of the game of football in this 6v6 league on a 30 x 70-yard football field. Players receive a NFL logo jersey and a flag belt. Games will be played on Sundays and there will be one practice during the week. This league is both for girls and boys who enjoy the game of football. Volunteer coaches are needed and if interested, please call 630.353.3400. Practices will be held in Woodridge. Games maybe in Downers Grove, Woodridge and Westmont as this is a cooperative program between the Downers Grove Park District, Westmont Park District and Woodridge Park District. Each team will play at least 8 regular season/ playoff. Registration Deadline is July 31, 2018 at Noon. Registrations after this date will be placed on a wait list.

Ruben Stivan Future Pros Open Soccer Camp This nationally recognized program follows a fully integrated soccer program designed for players of all ages and abilities, whether you are a young beginner or an advanced player, you’ll see benefits. Trainers divide campers according to skill or age. LOCATION: ARC - Soccer Fields CODE DAY DATE 1323 M-F 6/18-6/22

AGES: 5 - 17

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:00 AM-11:00 AM $68/$83

Min/Max 6/100

All Star Youth Floor Hockey Play the fastest game in the world. This action-packed class emphasizes teamwork and sportsmanship while teaching the basic skills of passing, shooting and stick handling. Children must bring a bike helmet and gloves. LOCATION:ARC AGES: 10-13 CODE DAY DATE 1478 M 7/30-8/27

TIME 7:40 PM-8:40 PM

Fee (R/N) $48/$58

Min/Max 6/16

AGES: 10 - 12 Fee (R/N) $70/$80

Min/Max 1/14

AGES: 11 - 13 Fee (R/N) $70/$80

Min/Max 1/14

AGES: 12 - 14 Fee (R/N) $70/$80

Min/Max 1/14

AGES: 13 - 14 Fee (R/N) $70/$80

Min/Max 1/14

*No games 7/16

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Sportskids Youth Pickleball

Youth Summer Basketball League

This class will introduce youngsters to forehand and backhand shots, ground strokes, serving, volleying, ball return, dinks, lobs and overall strategy needed to play this easy to learn sport. Fun and challenging drills and recreational matches will help young players develop the hand-eye coordination, motor skills, and mental abilities needed for a successful pickleball game. All equipment will be provided.

1st-2nd Grade Co-Ed: Young participants acquire and improve basic basketball skills through practices and games within an organized league. Volunteer coaches are needed, if interested please call 3533400. This league is formatted so that teams practice for 25 minutes on Saturday, then play a game that will be two 20 minute halves, running clock. No weekday practices.

LOCATION: ARC

Registration Deadline: 6/1 1-2nd Grade Coed

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CODE DAY DATE 1452 Sa 6/9-7/7 1453 Sa 7/14-8/11

TIME 1:00 PM-2:00 PM 1:00 PM-2:00 PM

AGES: 8 - 13 Fee (R/N) $59/$69 $59/$69

Min/Max 4/8 4/8

LOCATION: ARC Gym 1 & 2

New to the game? Interested in playing volleyball at school, or taking your game to the next level with club? If any of those are true this is right for you! Our program is designed to improve your volleyball skills with 60 minutes of setting, passing, serving, and hitting. Our coaches are trained to help you prepare for the next level in a fun, and competition atmosphere. This program is taught by Serve City Athletics instructors. LOCATION: ARC

LOCATION: ARC

TIME 6:30 PM-7:30 PM 6:30 PM-7:30 PM

CODE DAY DATE 1338 M 6/4-7/16 1339 M 7/23-8/27

TIME 7:30 PM-8:30 PM 7:30 PM-8:30 PM

AGES: 6 - 8 Fee (R/N) $60/$75 $60/$75

Min/Max 4/20 4/20

AGES: 9 - 14 Fee (R/N) $60/$75 $60/$75

Min/Max 4/20 4/20

Volleyball Skills Camp New to the game? Interested in playing volleyball at school, or taking your game to the next level with club? If any of those are true this is right for you! Our camp is designed to improve your volleyball skills with 90 minutes of setting, passing, serving, and hitting each day. Our coaches are trained to help you prepare for the next level in a fun, and competition atmosphere. This program is taught by Serve City Athletics instructors. LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1342 M-F 6/11-6/15 1345 M-F 7/30-8/3

TIME 9:00 AM-10:30 AM 9:00 AM-10:30 AM

LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY DATE 1343 M-F 6/11-6/15 1346 M-F 7/30-8/3

AGES: 6 - 8 Fee (R/N) $65/$75 $65/$75

Min/Max 4/20 4/20

AGES: 9 - 14

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:30 AM-12:00 PM $65/$75 10:30 AM-12:00 PM $65/$75

Min/Max 4/20 4/20

CODE DAY DATE 1446 Sa 6/23-8/11

AGES: 6 - 9 Fee (R/N) Min/Max $70/$80 24/60

TIME 9:00 AM-3:00 PM

AGES: 7 - 11 Fee (R/N) $70/$80

Min/Max 24/60

5-6th Grade Coed LOCATION: ARC Gym 1 & 2 CODE DAY DATE 1447 Sa 6/23-8/11

TIME 9:00 AM-3:00 PM

AGES: 10 - 13 Fee (R/N) $70/$80

Min/Max 24/60

7-9th Grade Coed LOCATION: ARC Gym 1 & 2 CODE DAY DATE 1448 Sa 6/23-8/11

TIME 9:00 AM-3:00 PM

AGES: 12 - 16 Fee (R/N) $70/$80

Min/Max 24/60

Girls Fall Softball League The Woodridge Park District is offering a fall ball league for those that want to continue playing softball in the fall. Teams will play roughly play games on 6 weekends during the fall, beginning September 9 and ending around October 14. Games are typically on Sundays in Burr Ridge or other surrounding towns. Teams will practice once a week in Woodridge, weather permitting. LOCATION: Orchard Hill Park CODE DAY DATE 1479 S 9/9-10/14

TIME 9:00 AM-1:00 PM

LOCATION: Orchard Hill Park CODE DAY DATE 1480 S 9/9-10/14

TIME 9:00 AM-1:00 PM

LOCATION: Orchard Hill Park CODE DAY DATE 1481 S 9/9-10/14

TIME 9:00 AM-1:00 PM

LOCATION: Orchard Hill Park CODE DAY DATE 1482 S 9/9-10/14

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3-4th Grade Coed

Volleyball Skills Training 1

CODE DAY DATE 1335 M 6/4-7/16 1337 M 7/23-8/27

LOCATION: ARC Gym 1 & 2 CODE DAY DATE 1445 Sa 6/23-8/11

TIME 9:00 AM-1:00 PM

AGES: 6 - 8 Fee (R/N) $90/$100

Min/Max 10/13

AGES: 9 - 10 Fee (R/N) $90/$100

Min/Max 10/13

AGES: 11 - 12 Fee (R/N) $90/$100

Min/Max 10/13

AGES: 13 - 14 Fee (R/N) $90/$100

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Youth Track, Field & Fitness

Adults

LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY DATE 1368 Th 6/7-7/12* 1369 Th 7/19-8/16

LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1370 Th 6/7-7/12*

LOCATION: ARC

TIME 4:45 PM-5:45 PM 4:45 PM-5:45 PM TIME 5:45 PM-6:45 PM

CODE DAY DATE 1371 Th 7/19-8/16

TIME 5:45 PM-6:45 PM

AGES: 7 - 10 Fee (R/N) $45 /$56 $45 /$56

Min/Max 4/20 4/20

AGES: 11 - 14 Fee (R/N) $45 /$56

Min/Max 4/20

AGES: 11 - 14 Fee (R/N) $45 /$56

Min/Max 4/20

*No class 7/5

All contestants will be guaranteed two qualifying 1 minute runs to show off their best tricks for the crowd and judges. The contestant with the top overall score from the two runs will be declared the winner. Music will be played during the competition. Beverages will be provided. All participants must wear helmets. Registration will start at 5:30 p.m. with the event starting at 6:30 p.m. Divisions will be separated by ages. This is a cooperative event with the Lisle Park District. CODE DAY DATE 1333 F 6/1

TIME 5:30 pm-8:30 pm

For those 40 and over, join us in the summer for 9 weeks on Thursdays for some 7 v 7 indoor soccer. Teams will be formed from all individuals that are registered. Jerseys for new players will be distributed at the first game. NEW player - Jersey Needed LOCATION: ARC

AGES: 9 & Up Fee (R/N) $10

Min/Max 6/30

CODE DAY DATE TIME 1341 TH 6/21-8/16 7:45 PM-9:45 PM

AGES: 40 & up Fee (R/N) Min/Max $80 /$100 30/60

Returning player - No Jersey Needed LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE TIME 1340 TH 6/21-8/16 7:45 PM-9:45 PM

AGES: 40 & up Fee (R/N) $60 /$80

Min/Max 30/60

Adult 3 on 3 Basketball Tourney Do you have what it takes to be king of the court? Grab a couple of your friends and find out as you play your way to the top. Each team weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll play a minimum of 3 games with the top 2 teams receiving awards. We will have an under 35 division and over 35 division. Divisions may be combined if necessary. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY DATE 1332 F 7/27

skate park contest

LOCATION: Janes AVE Skate Park

Adult Over 40 Indoor Soccer League

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This class gets kids excited about exercise and learn about track and field, one of the oldest sports. Participants learn the fundamentals involved with improving flexibility, proper stretching, body positioning, developing core-strength, improving balance, cooldown techniques and other fitness concepts as they relate to exercising and the jumping, running and throwing skills involved in the sport of track and field. Boys and girls will participate in fitness games as well as sprints, relays, long-distance walking, running hurdles, long jump, discus throw and other track and field events. Children participate in a fun-filled track and field meet on the last day of class. Each participant should bring a water bottle.

TIME 6:30 PM-9:30 PM

AGES: 18 & UP Fee (R/N) $80 /$100

Min/Max 4/16

Swing into Fall Volleyball Tourney Get ready for indoor volleyball season by joining us for this one day special event. Teams will be guaranteed a minimum of 3 matches with the top 2 teams receiving awards. The registration deadline is Friday, August 17. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY DATE 1332 SU 8/26

TIME 12:00 PM-5:00 PM

AGES: 18 & UP Fee (R/N) $90

Min/Max 4/12

Teens & Adults

Open Ropes Course Take the ARC High Ropes Challenge individually or with a friend. Our trained facilitators will put this group through an orientation and then lead participants out on the course to take on the six high ropes elements, 25 feet above the ground. Participants will also be able to experience our Quick Jump, which allows participants to jump off a platform 25 feet in the air on to the turf field below. All participants must sign the ARC High Ropes Course waiver and preregister by Friday, March 17 to participate. Participants must be 42 inches tall and less than 6 foot, 3 inches tall; and weigh 45 lbs. and no more than 275 lbs. LOCATION: ARC CODE 1438 1439 1440

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TIME 6:00 PM-8:00 PM 6:00 PM-8:00 PM 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

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Senior (7 -10 Grade)

9/1/2002 - 8/31/2006 SA

8/18-10/20

30/60

1405

Intermediate (5th-6th Grade) 9/1/2006 - 8/31/2008 SA

8/18-10/20

30/60

1404

Junior (4th Grade)

9/1/2008 - 8/31/2010 SA

8/18-10/20

30/60

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9/1/2008 - 8/31/2010 SA

8/18-10/20

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Micro 2 (1 -2 Grade)

9/1/2010 - 8/31/2012 SA

8/18-10/20

30/60

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Micro 2 Girls (1st-3rd Grade) 9/1/2010 - 8/31/2012 SA

8/18-10/20

30/60

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8/18-10/20

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Regular Walk-In Rate Woodridge Park District Community Center or ARC May 14 - June 20 $90(R)/$110(N)

Early Bird Deadline Sunday, May 13 $80(R)/$100(N)

After June 20 Names are placed on a waiting list and will be used to fill vacancies. There is no guarantee you will be placed on a team. Soccer Uniform Information Fee includes uniform shirt and socks. High School Volunteer Coaches Wanted For the past several seasons, we have had high school players volunteer to help assist the coaches of the Woodridge Soccer Association and we are again looking for volunteers. If interested, or if you know of someone that may be interested, please contact the Woodridge Park District at (630) 353-3300. Players New to WSA Need Birth Certificates Parents of players new to WSA must bring their childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s birth certificate to registration.

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ADULT OPEN GYM/TURf SCHEDULE Age

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TIME

DAILY FEE

LOCATION

18 & Older

Adult Open Badminton

TH

6/7 - 7/12

7:30 - 9:30 PM

$4/$10

ARC, MAC

18 & Older

Adult Open Soccer

F

6/8 - 8/31

7:30 - 10:00 PM

$4/$10

ARC, Half Turf

18 & Older

Adult Open Gym Pickelball

W

6/4 - 8/29

1:00 - 3:00 PM

$4/$10

ARC, Gym 1

18 & Older

Adult Open Gym Pickelball

SU

6/10 - 8/12

3:00 - 6:00 PM

$4/$10

ARC, MAC

18 & Older

Adult Open Volleyball

W

6/6 - 8/29

7:30 - 9:30 PM

$4/$10

ARC, Gym 1

18 & Older

Adult Open Gym Basketball

TH

6/7 - 8/30

7:30 - 10:00 PM

$4/$10

ARC, Gym 1

30 & Older

Adult Open Gym Basketball

SU

6/3 - 8/12

3:00 - 6:00 PM

$4/$10

ARC, Gym 1

35 & Older

Adult Open Soccer

F

6/8 - 8/31

7:30 - 10:00 PM

$4/$10

ARC, Half Turf

OPEN GYM PUNCH CARD FEES 10-Visit PUNCH CARD $25 ($2.50/visit)

20-Visit PUNCH CARD $45 ($2.25/visit)

Nonresident Youth*

$50 ($5.00/visit)

$90 ($4.50/visit)

Resident Adult

$35 ($3.50/visit)

$60 ($3.00/visit)

Nonresident Adult

$70 ($7.00/visit)

$120 ($6.00/visit)

$15 ($1.50/visit)

$25 ($1.25/visit)

Resident Youth*

Resident Senior Nonresident Senior

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$21.50 ($2.15/visit) $40 ($2.00/visit)

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Men’s Tennis League

Drop-In Open Softball

This self-officiated, informal league will be played on Saturday mornings. At the conclusion of regular league play, a tournament will be held based on league standings. Monetary awards will be given to the top finishers of the tournament. Tennis balls will be provided for tournament play. The registration deadline is Tuesday, May 29.

Bring your mitt! For those that just want to play in a friendly environment, join us each Friday night as we will form teams from all those present and play. Multiple size balls will be available ranging from your standard 12 inch ball to a 14 inch mushball or possibly a big 16 clincher. Payment will be collected from the site supervisor.

LOCATION: Forest Glen Park

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CODE DAY DATE 1278 Sa 6/9-8/11

TIME 9:00 AM-1:00 PM

AGES: 18 & UP Fee (R/N) $18/$27

Min/Max 4/16

LOCATION: Janes Avenue Park CODE DAY DATE 1336 F 6/22-8/17

AGES: 18 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 7:00 PM-9:00 PM $5/$10

Min/Max 12/24

Women’s Tennis League This self-officiated league will be played on Saturday mornings. At the conclusion of regular league play, a tournament will be held based on the league standings. Monetary awards will be given to the top finishers of the tournament. Tennis balls will be provided for tournament play. The registration deadline is Tuesday, May 29. LOCATION: Hobson

CODE DAY DATE 1279 Sa 6/9-8/11

TIME 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

AGES: 18 & UP Fee (R/N) $18/$27

Min/Max 4/12

Adult Doubles OUTDOOR Pickleball Tourney You’ll play with random partners in this outdoor doubles tournament and those with the highest individual scores will win an award. You’ll play a minimum of 3 matches with the number of matches to be determined based on the number of individuals registered. Fee is per player. This tourney is for the intermediate to advanced player. LOCATION: Hobson CODE DAY DATE 1344 SU 7/15

AGES: 18 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 6:00 PM-10:00 PM $15/$25

Min/Max 8/20

Adult Pickleball Lessons This class is for those who have never played pickleball before or who have very limited experience with the sport. It will focus on pickleball basics such as forehand and backhand shots, serving, and court positioning. Players will also learn scoring and the rules of the game through drills and playing time. This introductory class is taught by SportsKids Inc. and will give players the opportunity to develop the skills needed to participate this fun and energetic game. All equipment will be provided. LOCATION: ARC CODE DAY DATE TIME 1454 Sa 6/9-7/7 2:00 PM-3:00 PM 1455 Sa 7/14-8/11 2:00 PM-3:00 PM

AGES: 18 & UP Fee (R/N) $64/$74 $64/$74

Min/Max 4/8 4/8

Adult Pickleball Doubles League Find a partner and join us each week as you play your way to the top of the pickleball standings while having fun and getting in shape. You may bring your own racquet or one will be provided to you. Fee is per player. This league is for the intermediate to advanced player. The top two teams in the standings at the end of the season will receive a monetary award. LOCATION: ARC

CODE DAY DATE TIME 1398 W 6/20-8/22 7:00 PM-9:30 PM

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AGES: 18 & UP Fee (R/N) $25/$35

Min/Max 8/20

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adult quick start tennis lessons

LOCATION: hobson CODE age LEVEL DAY DATE TIME Fee (R/N) Min/Max 1434 16 & UP Adv. Beg./Int. 1 M, W 7/9-8/1 6:00 PM-7:00 PM $129/$139 4/8 Int. 1-Int. 2 Sa 6/9-8/4 1:30 PM-3:00 PM $218/$228 4/8 1436 16 & UP Beg./Adv. Beg. M, W 6/4-6/27 6:00 PM-7:00 PM $129/$139 4/8 1432 16 & UP Int. 1-Int. 2 M, W 6/4-6/27 7:00 PM-8:30 PM $194/$204 4/8 1433 16 & UP Int. 1-Int. 2 M, W 7/9-8/1 7:00 PM-8:30 PM $194/$204 4/8 1435 16 & UP

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Beg. Adv. Beg. (NTRP 1.0 - 1.9): You have no (or quite limited) tennis experience and are still working on getting the ball over the net. You may be familiar with scoring, but not with basic positions and procedures of singles and doubles play. Instruction includes stroke production, basic court position and singles and doubles strategy. Adv. Beg. - Int. (NTRP 2.0 - 3.0): You have had some lessons but need on-court experience. You have obvious stroke weaknesses, but are beginning to feel comfortable with singles and doubles play. Classes include stroke development, footwork, court position, strategy, cooperative consistency drills and match play. Intermediate 1-2 (NTRP 3.1 - 3.5) : You can place shots with moderate success and can sustain a rally of slow pace but are not comfortable with all strokes and lack consistency in serving. Classes include advanced stroke development, footwork, court position, strategy, consistency drills, competitive play action drills and match play. Intermediate 2-3 (NTRP 3.6 - 4.0) : You have dependable strokes on both forehand and backhand sides, have the ability to use a variety of shots including lobs, overheads and volleys, can place the first serve and force some errors. You are rarely out of place in a doubles game. Students are asked to bring a tennis racket, water, a hat, wear court shoes, and use sun screen. Tennis balls and all other equipment will be provided.

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trips

Log steps and enjoy action-packed one-day trips this summer! The Woodridge Park District offers many trips that are labeled “Activity Level 4” and require a lot of walking.

Arlington Race Track DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1170 F 6/8

TIME 1:30 PM-8:30 PM

AGES: 50 & UP Fee (R/N) $39/$44

Min/Max 15/26

Japanese Gardens DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1127 W 6/27

AGES: 50 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:00 AM-5:00 PM $51/$56

Min/Max 20/25

Whiskey Acres DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1175 F 7/13

AGES: 50 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:30 AM-4:30 PM $19/$24

Min/Max 20/25

Four Winds Casino DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1116 W 8/29

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TIME 9:00 AM-5:00 PM

AGES: 50 & UP Fee (R/N) $38/$43

Min/Max 35/50

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Teens

Chicago Cubs vs Philadelphia Phillies

Pool Hop

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the start of Summer so what better place to enjoy it then at the friendly confines of Wrigley Field. Game time is at 7:05pm. The bus leaves promptly at 4:00pm. Children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

Hang with your closest friends for the day at three waterparks. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll start the day visiting Sea Lion Aquatic Park where you can experience two body flume slides, two drop slides and a vortex pool. Next, we will trek to Bolingbrook and splash around at Pelican Harbor. Our last stop will be Cypress Cove in Woodridge where you can enjoy three body slides, one tube slide, a 600-foot lazy river and much more. Concessions are available for purchase at each site. Please bring a towel, sunblock, water and money if you would like to purchase items from concessions. All participants must know how to swim. Pools will swim test upon arrival. All participants, except Lisle patrons, will depart from Woodridge Park District Athletic Recreation Center, 8201 S. Janes Avenue, Woodridge. Lisle patrons can meet us at the entrance to Sea Lion Aquatic Park at 11:30am. All participants must be picked up at the Athletic Recreation Center by 5:15pm. Registration deadline is July 10th.This is a cooperative program with the Lisle, Downers Grove, Westmont, Darien, Clarendon Hills, Oakbrook Terrace and Bolingbrook Park Districts.

DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1272 W 6/6

AGES: All

TIME 4:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $40/$50

Min/Max 10/25

Chicago Cubs vs Arizona Diamondbacks The Cubs race to the pennant is in full swing. Join us as we see Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo and the rest of the team take on the Diamondbacks. Game time is at 7:05pm and the bus will depart promptly at 4:00pm. Children under 13 years old must be accompanied by an adult. DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1276 TU 7/24

AGES: All

TIME 4:00 PM

Fee (R/N) $65/$75

Min/Max 10/25

DEPARTS: ARC CODE DAY DATE 1099 TU 7/17

TIME 11:00 AM-5:15 PM

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Family

AGES: 12 -17 Fee (R/N) $12/$18

Min/Max 2/3

Youth & Teens

West Suburban Humane Society The West DuPage Humane Society is a volunteer-based, animal welfare organization that houses up to 25 dogs and 60 cats at a time. This trip will include a tour of the shelter, a volunteer project (TBD) and time to socialize with animals. If you are planning to receive service hours with this trip, please bring forms that need to be signed. Fee includes transportation. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle, Downers Grove, Westmont, Darien, Clarendon Hills, Oakbrook Terrace and Bolingbrook Park Districts. DEPARTS: Lisle Recreation Center

CODE DAY DATE 1244 TU 6/12

Fee (R/N) $5/$8

TIME 1:30 PM-4:00 PM

AGES: 11 -17 Min/Max 1/2

Naperville Kayak Join us for a guided tour with Naperville Kayak. Their experienced kayak instructors will provide the safety equipment, teach us how to paddle and take us out on the water for two hours to play and experience nature. No experience required. Please bring water bottles, sunscreen, and a snack. Concessions are available for purchase. This is a cooperative program with the Lisle, Downers Grove, Westmont, Darien, Clarendon Hills, Oakbrook Terrace and Bolingbrook Park Districts. DEPARTS: Westmont Park District

CODE DAY DATE 1243 W 8/1

Fee (R/N) Min/Max $33/$41 1/4

TIME 10:45 AM-2:15 PM

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AGES: 11 -18

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White Sox and Bingo S.O.S. Active Adult Trips Come join our S.O.S. trips! Seniors Out Socializing is a great group to travel with. Our one-day trips offer a wide variety so there is something for everyone. There are restaurant trips, casinos, sightseeing, sports games, theatre and more. If you are under the age of 50 and would like to attend

trips

an active adult trip with a family member or friend who is 50 or older, please call or visit the Woodridge Park District Community Center for consideration.

Activity Levels for S.O.S Active Adult Trips

Chicago, IL: The Patio at Guaranteed Rate Field awaits us for a lunch buffet that you are sure to walk away from full. This pre-game buffet lunch includes ribs, burgers, hot dogs, brats, chicken and sides! Unlimited beverages (soda, beer and wine) are also included. During lunch, Bingo will be called by one of the White Sox players. After lunch we will head to our seats and enjoy the game, where the Chicago White Sox and the Cleveland Indians will battle it out. Fee includes: transportation, Patio lunch buffet with beverages and Bingo. Any other food purchases or souvenirs are on your own. Please note, game time is 1:10 p.m. DEPARTS: ARC

CODE DAY DATE 1126 Th 6/14

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:00 AM-6:00 PM $68/$73

AGES: 50 & UP Min/Max 20/25

Minimal walking. No stairs.

Dining Around: Ted’s Montana Grill

Longer walking distances. Some short periods of standing and possibly some stairs. Extended periods of walking over both even and uneven surfaces. Some extended periods of standing and stairs.

Mostly all walking. All trips are handicap-accessible unless otherwise noted. If you require additional assistance, please notify registration staff when registering for the trip or call (630) 353-3300.

Active Adults

Arlington Race Track Arlington Heights, IL And they’re off....one of the best three-word sentences a horse race fan will ever hear! Join us as we go to the beautiful Arlington Park where we will enjoy reserved box seats and the Arlington Combo Lunch. First race starts at 3:15pm. Fee includes: transportation, admission to Arlington International, a daily racing guide and a reserved box seat. All gaming and other food or beverage purchases are on your own. DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1170 F 6/8

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TIME 1:30 PM-8:30 PM

AGES: 50 & UP Fee (R/N) $39/$44

Min/Max 15/26

Promenade Bolingbrook, IL: Old West-style steakhouse scratch kitchen known for its ground in-house burgers & chops, hand-cut premium steaks and locally sourced fresh ingredients. The founders imagined a restaurant where friends and family could sit down to an experience founded on the ideals that have made our country great. Where important ingredients like simplicity, honesty and authenticity would create classic American dishes. DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1187 W 6/20

AGES: 50 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 11:00 AM-2:00 PM $6/$6

Min/Max 12/20

Japanese Gardens Rockford, IL: Surround yourself in an outdoor setting that inspires the mind and energizes the soul. A visit to Anderson Japanese Gardens provides an unforgettable experience. With the ongoing assistance of renowned Master Craftsman and designer Hoichi Kurisu, the Andersons’ swampy backyard along Rockford’s Spring Creek was transformed into a Japanese-style landscape. From groundbreaking to today, the placement of every rock, alignment of every tree, and layout of all paths has been made with careful consideration. This 2 hour guided walking tour covers just over a mile. A flat path option is available for anyone needing to avoid stairs. There are benches throughout the garden to sit and meditate or just relax. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Buffet lunch is included at Fresco’s the garden’s on-site restaurant featuring fresh, handcrafted organic food: salad, turkey wraps, chicken vera cruz, fresh fruit, soda, coffee, tea and lemon bars for dessert. Trip includes lunch, transportation and tour. DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1127 W 6/27

AGES: 50 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:00 AM-5:00 PM $51/$56

Min/Max 20/25

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Whiskey Acres

Chicago Skyline Lunch Cruise

Hinckley and DeKalb, IL: We will start the day with lunch on your own at South Moon BBQ in Hinckley. They cook slow smoked true southern BBQ fresh daily. Specialties include pulled pork, brisket and brats. Next discover Whiskey Acres, an unusual estate distillery where every step of the process from seed to spirit happens on site. Take a 90-120 min. tour with a sampling of bourbon, rye and vodka. Each guest will receive a shot glass to keep. Trip includes transportation, tour, tasting and free shot glass. DEPARTS: Community Center

AGES: 50 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:30 AM-4:30 PM $19/$24

Min/Max 20/25

Dining Around: Public Landing Lockport, IL: Step inside and experience 200 years of the historical beauty of the 22 inch thick limestone walls and original hand hewn beams. Rustic, canal-side spot for casual American dining & drinks featuring small, batch scratch cooking and the use of only the freshest ingredients. Menu features exclusive house specialties, fresh seasonal plates, over 21 gluten free items, 28-day wet aged, Black Angus steaks, fresh seafood and homemade desserts. DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1189 W 7/18

AGES: 50 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 11:00 AM-2:00 PM $6/$6

Min/Max 12/20

Milwaukee Progressive Food Tour Milwaukee, WI: Our day begins on Old World 3rd Street with an overview of Milwaukee’s German history. Enjoy sausage, cheese and beer/root beer at the Wisconsin Cheese Mart. Time is allotted for shopping. Next is the Irish history and a stop at the Public Market. Enjoy a generous family-style lunch at Milwaukee’s last remaining Polish restaurant, complete with green salad, cheese pierogi, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, Polish sausage, pork cutlets, red cabbage, milk, tea, soda. Continued our tour along Milwaukee’s lakefront; see the Milwaukee Art Museum and the North Shore Lighthouse. Visit Brady Street, Milwaukee’s Italian enclave with stops at Peter Sciortino’s Bakery and Glorioso’s Deli. Conclude with custard dessert. Minimal walking but lots of on and off the bus. Trip includes transportation, food and step-on guide. DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1174 W 7/25

TIME 9:00 AM-6:30 PM

AGES: 50 & UP Fee (R/N) $79/$84

Min/Max 20/24

DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1086 W 8/8

Min/Max 20/25

Dining Around: Alfie’s Inn Glen Ellyn, IL: Casual American eatery for burgers, ribs and other basics in medieval-themed digs. For over 40 years, Alfie’s Inn has been proud to serve their famous burgers and delicious baby back ribs, as well as chicken, shrimp, and much more. Alfie’s medieval atmosphere is great for all ages! DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1188 W 8/15

AGES: 50 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 11:00 AM-2:00 PM $6/$6

Min/Max 12/20

Murder for Two Marriott Theatre, Lincolnshire, IL: Officer Marcus Moscowicz is a small town policeman with dreams of making it to detective. One fateful night, shots ring out at the surprise birthday party of Great American Novelist Arthur Whitney and the writer is killed?But whodunit? Everyone is a suspect in Murder for Two, A zany blend of classic musical comedy and madcap mystery, this fast and funny whodunit is a highly theatrical duet loaded with killer laughs. Trip fee includes transportation, lunch and show. Menu choice: Chicken Marsala or Parmesan Crusted Tilapia. DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1171 W 8/22

AGES: 50 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 10:00 AM-5:00 PM $67/$72

Min/Max 16/26

Four Winds Casino New Buffalo, MI: Package includes Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation, $15.00 instant slot credit, and up to $10 food credit. The $10 food credit can be used towards the following food outlets: The Buffet, Timber Fast Food & Deli, Grab N Go or Hard Rock Cafe. Guests are responsible for any additional food charges beyond the $10 food credit plus gratuity. DEPARTS: Community Center CODE DAY DATE 1116 W 8/29

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AGES: 50 & UP

TIME Fee (R/N) 9:00 AM-5:00 PM $79/$84

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CODE DAY DATE 1175 F 7/13

Chicago, IL: With the sunshine reflecting off the lakefront, departing from Navy Pier there’s no better place to enjoy an afternoon in Chicago than aboard a Spirit lunch cruise. Your ticket includes transportation and a two-hour cruise on Lake Michigan, delicious lunch buffet with freshly prepared entrees, salads and desserts, unlimited coffee, hot tea, iced tea and water. The best views of the Chicago skyline and attractions, including the Shedd Aquarium, Soldier Field and the iconic Willis Tower. Onboard entertainment with DJ, dance floor, and games.

TIME 9:00 AM-5:00 PM

AGES: 50 & UP Fee (R/N) $38/$43

Min/Max 35/50

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GOLF

One of Robert Bruce Harris’ first designs, Village Greens of Woodridge has been a staple of Chicagoland golf for over 40 years. Rich in natural wooded beauty, 18 holes of championship golf in a picturesque setting await you. Widely-known as one of the best values for golf in the Chicago area, Village Greens is a challenge worth telling your friends about. The course terrain is hilly and rolling with a variety of mature trees lining each fairway. Water comes into play on a number of holes, and sand bunkers lurk in strategic positions. Undulating greens, large landing areas and multiple tees on all holes create a course of both beauty and playability.

2018 SCHEDULE OF FEES Resident Greens Fees (All fees walking) 18 Hole Weekday $28.00 18 Hole Weekend 9 Hole Weekday $18.00 9 Hole Weekend 18 Hole Senior $18.75 9 Hole Senior 18 Hole Junior $18.00 9 Hole Junior Weekday Twilight $21.00* Weekend Twilight $10.50**

$34.00 $22.25 $14.75 $14.75 $12.00*

*After 4:00 p.m. | **After 6:00 p.m. Nonresident Greens Fees (All fees walking) 18 Hole Weekday $30.00 18 Hole Weekend 9 Hole Weekday $24.00 9 Hole Weekend 18 Hole Senior $25.00 9 Hole Senior 18 Hole Junior $24.00 9 Hole Junior Weekday Twilight $28.00* Weekend Twilight $14.00** *After 4:00 PM | **After 6:00 PM

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$44.00 $29.00 $20.00 $19.00 $12.00*

Residents are required to live in the Village of Woodridge or within the Woodridge Park District boundaries. A current utility bill or a valid driver’s license are required for resident ID purchase at Village Greens. • Seniors are 60 years or older | • Juniors are 18 years or younger. Tee Time Considerations: • Residents may reserve times 14 days in advance. • Nonresidents may reserve times 14 days in advance. Registration for Golf Course programs only accepted at Village Greens or online at www.villagegreensgolf.com, and NOT at the Woodridge Park District Community Center.

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OTHER FEES HANDICAP MEMBERSHIP (annual) $26 DRIVING RANGE: Large Basket $7 Small Basket $5 Warm Up Basket $2 Unlimited Yearly $119.95 Unlimited Monthly $29.95 RENTAL CLUBS

$15

PULL CART FEE: 18 Holes $5 9 Holes $3 Rates subject to change without prior notice. Blue Tees White Tees 6638 yards 6290 yards

Red Tees 5848 yards

Village Greens Driving Range & Golf Specials Driving Range Specials

Unlimited Yearly Membership: $119.95 per year. Only avaible to the first 125 people that sign up; call (630) 985-3610 to reserve a spot in the program before they’re gone. Monthly Unlimited Membership: $29.95 per month Large Bucket (70 balls): $7.00 Small Bucket (30 balls): $5.00 Warm-Up Bucket with Paid Round (30 Balls): $2.00

GOLF SPECIALS

$9.99 9-Hole Value Days If you and your friends enjoy your golf 9-holes at a time and like playing quickly, generally 2 hours and 15 minutes or less for 9-holes, then the $9.99 9-Hole special is for you! Available $9.99 9-hole tee times vary by week. Please visit www.villagegreensgolf. com to view current offerings, or join the $9.99 9-hole e-mail list to have the available times sent to you each week.

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PER PERSON CART RENTAL: 18 Holes $16 9 Holes Twilight $10

PGA Junior League Golf (PGA JLG) is designed to bring a “Little League” atmosphere to the game of golf. With teams of boys and girls, ages 16 and under, PGA JLG provides a structured league environment for your golfers to compete and have fun! This is a great way to get, and keep kids involved in the game! PGA JLG Participants Receive: -Team jerseys, golf balls and PGA JLG bag tag 5-6 regular season competitions plus coaching/ practice - Opportunity for advancement to post-season and All-Star teams - Access to customized website home page for our PGA JLG team featuring schedules, standings and stats Timeline - Local league play takes place on June 1 through July 31. Practice and play times to be determined by captains, typically early afternoon on weekdays - July: City Championships - August: Regional Championships - September: PGA JLG Championship How to Register - Registration for PGA Junior Golf League is available through a team captain at Village Greens of Woodridge. Visit the Village Greens Golf Course for more information. - Cost: $160 per golfer which includes uniforms, unlimited range balls, greens fees, competition fees, instructor fees and year-end party. Recruit friends to play on the same team. Parent coaches/ volunteers needed.

Youth on Course Village Greens Golf Course is a participating Youth on Course facility. Children ages 6Y-18Y can register through the Youth on Course website to obtain a membership card and play for $5 on weekdays at Village Greens. Visit www.youthoncourse.org to register.

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SEASPAR (the South East Association for Special Parks And Recreation) provides recreational programs and services for individuals with disabilities served by the Woodridge Park District and eleven other communities.

Sports • Trips • Social Programs • Special Events • And More!

Summer Day Camps SEASPAR’s day camps are the perfect place for kids, teens, and young adults to spend their summer enjoying creative, social, and physical activities as well as fun community outings! SEASPAR offers summer day camps for a variety of ages and abilities: • Kids Camp for ages 5–12 • Teen & Adult Camp for ages 13–22 • Camp Carefree for ages 8–22 with a physical disability or visual impairment • Adventure Camps for ages 3–22 For more information on day camps and other programs for children and young adults, call SEASPAR at 630.960.7600 or visit SEASPAR.org.

Golf “Fore” SEASPAR All are invited to flock to the fairway to support SEASPAR’s programs and services this summer!

Chip In for SEASPAR 9-Hole Event

Summer Golf Classic

Friday, May 11 Downers Grove Golf Course $50/Person (Includes golf and lunch)

Friday, July 13 Village Greens of Woodridge $150/Person (Includes golf, lunch, and dinner)

Look for our summer program guide in April! The South East Association for Special Parks And Recreation provides dynamic recreation programs and quality services for individuals with disabilities served by the park districts of Clarendon Hills, Darien, Downers Grove, La Grange, La Grange Park, Lemont, Lisle, Westmont, and Woodridge, and the villages of Brookfield, Indian Head Park, and Western Springs. 52

4500 Belmont Road Downers Grove, IL 60515 630.960.7600 630.960.7605 TDD

Discover Us!

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Co-op Facilities Woodridge Park District has cooperative agreements with the Darien, Downers Grove, Lisle and Westmont Park Districts to offer cooperative programming at nearby facilities. The Woodridge Park District remains committed to this tradition of cooperation to bring the best possible recreational opportunities to our residents at the lowest possible cost.

Memorial Tree Program

» Lisle Park District Community Center 1825 Short Street, Lisle

The Woodridge Park District Memorial Tree program provides residents the opportunity to purchase a tree in memory of a loved one or to honor a special occasion. Your participation in the Memorial Tree program will not only provide a lasting memory, but will also help to beautify our parks and trails. In addition to the tree, a bronze plaque is available and may include the name of the tree, year of dedication, name of person the memorial is for and a brief personalized message. A Park District staff member will assist in locating the site, choosing the tree, and selecting the wording for the plaque. Planting of the tree can be completed in the spring before May 15 or in the fall before October 15. For more information, contact Ryan Bordewick, Planner and Landscape Designer, at (630) 353-3300.

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» Bolingbrook Park District Annerino Community Center 201 Recreation Drive, Bolingbrook » Bolingbrook Park District Recreation & Aquatic Complex 200 S. Lindsay Lane, Bolingbrook » Burr Ridge Park District Community Center 15W400 Harvester Drive, Burr Ridge » Darien Park District Community Center 7301 Fairview Avenue, Darien » Downers Grove Park District Lincoln Center 935 Maple Avenue, Downers Grove

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Please help us watch the parks! If you see any suspicious activities in progress at a park site, please alert the Police Department immediately at 911. If vandalism has already occurred, please call the Police Department at (630) 7194740 and notify the Woodridge Park District at (630) 353-3300. The Park District is now sponsoring a program specifically targeting arson prevention through the new Arson Tipster Award Program. The Arson Tipster Program rewards residents for providing information that leads to the arrest of the arson perpetrator or conspirator. All communication between the Woodridge Park District and the Arson Tipster is kept strictly confidential. The Woodridge Park District will not release or disclose any information furnished by the Arson Tipster without the Tipster’s explicit consent and approval. Arson Tipsters may be eligible for a cash reward. To provide a tip or get more information about the Arson Tipster Program, contact the Woodridge Park District at (630) 353-3300. Thank you for helping keep our parks safe and clean.

» Lisle Park District Recreation Center 1925 Ohio Street , Lisle » Westmont Park District Community Center 75 E. Richmond Street, Westmont Waterfowl Concerns Regular feeding of waterfowl can cause dependency on people for food, bird and people conflicts, and the spread of disease. Please refrain from feeding the birds at Lake Carleton and Lake Harriet along with other lakes in the area. The waterfowl have become used to handouts and no longer migrate south in the winter. The once wild birds have become tame and have lost their fear of cars and people, which can lead to traffic problems and possible injury. With the growing populations of waterfowl in small concentrated areas, the competition for food is high. The less nutritious handouts and harsh weather increase their susceptibility to life threatening diseases. We ask that you please do not feed the waterfowl. Thank you for your support. For more information, please contact the Woodridge Park District at (630) 353-3300.

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Castaldo Park

Hickory/Oak Room at Community Center

echo point park

Community Center Rentals (Year Round)

Hickory/Oak Room

• Bookings for entire room (up to 200 people) or half the room (up to 100 people) • All food must be catered through approved vendors ($50 food service fee may apply unless you use Village Green Golf Course as your food vendor). • Cake may be brought in for celebrations • Room available Mon-Fri 9 am-10 pm, Sat-Sun 9 am-11 pm • Rental fees may apply • Security deposit required • 30 day advanced notice for rental date Willow, Sycamore, Aspen and Birch Room • Accommodate groups of 30-50 people for meetings only; occupancy varies for each room • Rental fees may apply

Village Greens Golf Course Banquets (Year Round)

• Accommodates groups up to 75 • Contact Village Greens at (630) 985-3610 for complete information on banquet service, menus, prices, and available dates

Castaldo Park and Echo Point Park Rentals (May-October) • Reservations can’t be taken over the phone and are on a first-come, first served basis • Rental fees may apply • Maximum of 2 park rentals per family each calendar year • $50 security deposit required • Residents: M-TH=$25, F-Su=$50, electricity=$25 additional • Nonresidents: M-TH=$125, F-Su=$200, electricity=$25 additional

Cypress Cove Family Aquatic Park (June-August) • Private Rentals (various packages available) Fri, Sat & Sun • Detailed information available in the Aquatics Guide or www.cypresscove.org

Miscellaneous

Picnic Kit/Horseshoe Rentals (May-October) The picnic kit includes 2 bats, softball, 4 bases, soccer ball, kickball, football, volleyball and volleyball net. $8.00(R)/$12.00(N). No horseshoe stakes are available with horseshoes - Two horseshoe courts are available at Echo Point Park $5.00(R)/$7.00(N). Jumpers, Inflatables, Tents, Etc. These items are allowed in Woodridge Park District parks ONLY with the approval of the park district. A minimum of $1M in general liability coverage with a certificate of insurance naming Woodridge Park District as additional insured is required for such special requests.

2018 Park/Room Rental Procedure

Effective January 3, 2018, all Woodridge residents wanting to rent Castaldo Park or Echo Point Park, or rooms at the Community Center or ARC will be required to provide proof of residency in the form of either a current property tax bill or a current utility bill (within two months) at the time of the rental reservation.

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ATHLETIC RECREATION CENTER RENTALS

(30 day advanced notice for rental date) Turf

IN-SEASON (Oct 1 - Apr 30) Prime hours (M-F 4:00 - 10:00 pm; Sa/Su before 10:00 pm) RESIDENT

NONRESIDENT

Full Field

$210/hour

$230/hour

Half Field

$110/hour

$125/hour

Full Field

RESIDENT

NONRESIDENT

$130/hour

$150/hour

Half Field $70/hour OFF-SEASON (May 1 - Sep 30) Full Field

$120/hour

Half Field

$60/hour

$85/hour

Batting Cages RESIDENT

NONRESIDENT

15 minute

$8

$12

30 minute

$15

$20

60 minute

$30

$35

RESIDENT

NONRESIDENT

Half Court

$35/hour

$50/hour

Full Court

$65/hour

$95/hour

RESIDENT

NONRESIDENT

Monday-Friday

$40/hour

$60/hour

Saturday-Sunday

$60/hour

$90/hour

RESIDENT

NONRESIDENT

Monday-Friday

$60/hour

$90/hour

Saturday-Sunday

$80/hour

$110/hour

two ROOMS

All THREE ROOMS RESIDENT

NONRESIDENT

Monday-Friday

$80/hour

$120/hour

Saturday-Sunday

$100/hour

$140/hour

PROGRAM ROOM FEES 1 or 2 Rooms

$150 Deposit

3 Rooms

$250 Deposit

Kitchen Fee

$100

Food Service Fee

$50

AV Fee

$50

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Non-Prime hours (M-F before 4:00 pm and after 10:00 pm Sa/Su after 10:00 pm)

Program A,B,C - per room

Gymnasium/Court

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ARC TURF FIELD

Sports Star Birthday

$175

Fitness Star Birthday

$175

Glitz & Glam Birthday

$200

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Satisfaction Guaranteed and Refund Procedure

Behavior Policy

The Woodridge Park District offers a “Satisfaction Guaranteed” Policy for all of our recreation programs! (Trips, summer day camps, pool passes and one-day events excluded). We are committed to giving the residents of Woodridge quality programs at reasonable prices, and we are prepared to stand behind the programs we offer. If you are not completely satisfied with the program after attending two classes, stop by the Community Center before the third meeting to fill out an “unsatisfied” refund form. We will invite you to repeat a class at no charge, receive a credit toward another program in the session, or receive a full refund (minus $5 administrative charge). No refund will be granted after the third meeting of the program or after 50% of the classes have been held (whichever is earlier) with the exception of a written medical excuse prior to completion of the program. A $5 administrative charge will be deducted from the amount of refund for each program, including refunds for medical reasons. Medical excuses will result in a pro-rated refund based upon the number of classes held prior to the date listed on the physician’s excuse. No refunds will be given for a trip unless there is a replacement participant or the trip is cancelled. The Park District does reserve the right to cancel a program if the enrollment is not sufficient to justify sponsorship of the activity. Participants will receive a phone call and the option of a refund or leaving the balance on their account. We ask for your feedback to help us serve our residents to the best of our ability and to achieve our goal to make this the most cooperative, public accessible park district in the state. Photography/Videotaping Policy The Woodridge Park District photographs and videotapes participants in its programs, special events or facilities to publicize recreational opportunities. We do not use any identification in our brochures. By registering for a program, participants and parents/guardians of participants consent to being photographed and videotaped. These photographs and videotapes will be used to promote the Park District through press releases, brochures, the web site and other promotional materials. Please tell the instructor and photographer if you do not want to be photographed.

Participants/parents/guardians/spectators shall exhibit appropriate behavior at all times. The Park District developed the following guidelines to help make programs safe and enjoyable for all participants. The Park District may develop additional rules for particular programs and athletic leagues as deemed necessary by staff. Participants/parents/guardians/spectators shall: 1. Show respect to all participants, staff, referees, volunteers and spectators; and take direction from staff. 2. Refrain from using abusive or foul language. 3. Refrain from threatening or causing bodily harm to self, other participants, spectators, referees and staff. 4. Respect all equipment, supplies, and facilities. 5. Not possess any weapons Staff will use a positive approach regarding discipline. Staff will periodically review rules with participants during the program session. If inappropriate behavior occurs, prompt resolution will be sought, specific to each individual’s situation. The Agency reserves the right to dismiss a participant from a program or a parent/guardian/spectator from a program area whose behavior is inappropriate or endangers the safety of himself/herself or others. Special Note To Parents The Woodridge Park District provides a safe and stimulating environment for your child’s growth, please help us maintain our high-quality programs. • Safety: Please drop off and pick up your child at the classroom door. • Age: To enroll in a class, a child must have attained the proper age of the desired class by the first class session. • Proof of Age: Proof of age in the form of a birth certificate may be required. If a child is not the appropriate age for a class, he/she will be dropped from the program. • Parent & Child Classes: Siblings of the enrolled children may not attend class. Rotary Club of Woodridge Program Assistance Plan The Rotary Club of Woodridge acknowledges the need for residents with an economic hardship to enrich their lives through participation in recreation programs. To ensure equal access to recreation programs throughout the Woodridge Park District, the Rotary Club of Woodridge will provide funding assistance/scholarships for District residents in financial need subject to available and fiscal year appropriations. Assistance may be in the form of a payment plans whereby the cost of the program will be spread over a period of time to allow the family/individual to afford the program as determined by the District or may be a partial scholarship whereby the cost of the program will be reduced according to the guidelines and the difference reimbursed by the Rotary Club. Applications are available at the Woodridge Park District Community Center. Applications will be considered for approval within 5 working days of submission and are completely confidential. Residents using the Program Assistance Plan will follow normal registration procedures. For more information, please go to the Community Center and pick up an application. Participants must reside within the boundaries of the Woodridge Park District to be eligible.

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Online: www.woodridgeparks.org  n the web site, select the Programs & Registration button. On the Programs & Registration page, O select Online Registration. Login your family data, select classes and pay via Visa or Mastercard.

Select way to register:

Fax: (630) 353-3320  omplete the registration form, sign the waiver, fill out the Visa or Mastercard C information, and fax to (630) 353-3320.

community info

Resident Registration Begins on Wednesday, APRIL 11 th

Mail-In/Drop-Off: 2600 Center Drive, Woodridge, IL 60517 OR 8201 S. Janes Ave, Woodridge, IL 60517  omplete the registration form, sign the waiver and enclose payment. DO NOT SEND CASH! Make C checks payable to the Woodridge Park District. Fill out the Visa or Mastercard information for credit card payments. If you need additional space for programs, attach a sheet with all the necessary information. For your convenience, an overnight drop box is located outside the building next to the front door entrance.

Enrollment Status: Please do not call the Park District office concerning your enrollment status in programs until after May 1, 2018. Participants should assume they are registered in a class unless contacted by the Park District. General Registration Information 1.Telephone registration will NOT be accepted. 2.When completing your form, you MUST provide ALL the requested information. Forms that are not filled out completely or unreadable will be returned. The information on the form is imperative for processing. 3.Participants should assume they are registered in a class unless contacted by the Park District. If a registrant was not randomly selected into a class, the Park District staff will contact the registrant by telephone to discuss other program options. In many cases the staff will be opening new sessions of the more popular programs. 4.If the program of your choice is filled, we will automatically put your name on the waiting list. 5.Resident fees are for Woodridge Park District residents. Nonresident fees are 50% more than resident fees. 6.The Woodridge Park District cannot be responsible for late or misdirected mail. 7.There will be a $25 service charge for checks returned due to insufficient funds. 8.Participants must be of age by the first day of class. Registration Policies 1.The Woodridge Park District reserves the right to alter the schedule, cancel, or add programs when enrollment warrants. Waiting lists will be taken when programs are filled, and every attempt will be made to accommodate people on these lists. 2.The Park District assumes no liability for personal injuries or loss of personal property while attending Woodridge Park District activities. 3. The Woodridge Park District strives to comply with the 1990 Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). Please indicate on the registration form if you or your family needs special assistance or accommodations to participate in any Park District programs.

Wednesday, APR 11 @ 8:30 AM Registrations are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Nonresident Registration: Begins Wednesday, Apr 18

See Satisfaction Guaranteed and Refund Procedure on page 60.

www.woodridgeparks.org

Program Enrollment We encourage you to sign up for progress one week before the start date of the program. Programs with low enrollment may be cancelled.

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Fax • Mail-in • Drop-oFF

online registration at www.woodridgeparks.org participants should assume they are registered in a class unless they are contacted by the park District.

WooDriDge park District

Ph: (630) 353-3300

2600 Center Drive, Woodridge, IL 60517

Fax: (630) 353-3320 (credit card charges only)

Please check status:

Resident

Nonresident

Head of Household (Please print):

@ Full Name ___________________________________________ _____ Primary Email Address* _____________________________________

Address ________________________________________________________ Primary Phone* ______________________

City _________________________

Emergency Name ______________________

Zip _______________

Emergency Phone _____________________

*All communication from the Woodridge Park District will go to this email and phone.

Code #

Program Name

Fee

Sex (M/F)

Registrants Full Name

Woodridge Park District Waiver and Release of All Claims

Birthdate (M/D/Y)

Age (first class day)

Make checks payable to: Woodridge Park District

Please read this form carefully and be aware in registering yourself or your minor child/ward for participation in the program(s) listed above, you will be waiving and releasing all claims for injuries you and your minor child/ward might sustain arising out of the program(s) listed above. I recognize and acknowledge there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in the program(s) listed above and I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, including death, damages or loss regardless of severity which I or my minor child/ward may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with such program(s). I agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have as a result of participating in the program(s) against the Woodridge Park District and its officers, agents, servants, and employees. I do hereby fully release and discharge the Woodridge Park District and its officers, agents, servants, and employees from any and all claims from injuries, including death, damage or loss which I or my minor child/ward 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 the activities of the program(s) including transportation services and vehicle operations, when provided. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the Woodridge Park District and its officers, agents, servants, and employees from any and all claims resulting from injuries, including death, damages and losses sustained by me or my minor child/ward and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with the activities of the program(s). I have read and fully understand the details of the program(s) listed above and the above Waiver and Release of All Claims. If registering via fax, your facsimile signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature.

The Woodridge Park District strives to comply with the 1990 Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). Please indicate if you or any member of your family needs special assistance or accommodations to participate in the programs listed on this form: YES NO

X

________________________________________________________

X

________________________________________________________

(Signature of parent, guardian, or adult participant)

(Signature of parent, guardian, or adult participant)

Cashier

Check

Date

Total

Office Use Only Date

Date

$

Cash CC

Permission To Photograph And Videotape Participants Is Authorized By Your Signature On This Waiver By signing this waiver, I understand that my child/ward or I may be photographed or videotaped at any Woodridge Park District program, event or facility. I give permission for photographs and videotapes of my child/ward or me to be used to promote the Park District through press releases, brochures, the web site, and other promotional materials. Such photographs and video-tapes will remain the property of the Woodridge Park District. Please tell the instructor and photographer if you do not want to be photographed.

This section must be filled out if you are using:

VISA

MASTERCARD

DISCOVER

AMEX

Cardholder Name ____________________________________

“I authorize the Woodridge Park District to charge my VISA/MASTERCARD for program registration fees.”

AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE

Exp. Date ________ CVV ______ Amount of Charge ________

X

ACCOUNT # ________________________________________

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY: Cut at dashed line and destroy (shred) immediately after entering account number into registration system.

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TO SO. DUPAGE REGIONAL BIKE TRAIL 63rd St. Park

Seven Bridges Golf Course Forest Preserve

Summerhill Park Triangle Park

2

Hobson Splash Pad

Sunnydale Park

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TO NAPERVILLE RIVERWALK Castaldo Park

Lake Carleton

Lake Harriet

Community Center Memorial Park

Greene Valley Forest Preserve 4

Hawthorne Hill Woods

Zigfield Troy Golf Course

75th St. Park Village Greens Golf Course

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Crabtree Creek 6 7

Echo Point Park 8

Janes Ave Park

Windy Point Park Ide’s Grove East Park

Athletic Recreation Center (ARC) Soccer Fields

TO DARIEN/WILLOWBROOK

Ide’s Grove West Park

Athletic Recreation Center (ARC)

Greene Valley Forest Preserve Mending Wall Park

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Cypress Cove

Falconridge Park

Orchard Hill Park

Park Maintenace

Rutgers

Vicente Natural Area

Westminster Park

Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve

Internationale Estates Park

Forest View Park REVISED SEPTEMBER 2017

www.woodridgeparks.org

WOOD RIDGE FOREST PRESERVE

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6.0

3. Boundary Hill Woods - Boundary Hill Rd. cul-de-sac

8.9

4. Caddie Corner Park - between Green Trails Dr. & Green Rd.

2.5

Skate Park

Garden Plots

Disc Golf

Splash Pad

In-Line Hockey/Futsal Court

Woodlands

Undeveloped/Open Space

Drinking Fountain

Parking Lot

Concessions

Room/Park Rentals

Non-motorized Boating

Fishing

Multi-Purpose Open Play Area

Biking/Walking Trail

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13. Forest View Park - 1200 Alexander Dr.

0.5 8.1

15. Hawthorne Hill Woods - 22W221 71st St.

71.3

16. Hobson Corner Park - 2910 Hobson Rd.

5.4

17. Ide's Grove East Park - 8127 Meadowwood Ave.

4.5

18. Ide's Grove West Park - 1825 Compton Rd.

6.5

19. Internationale Estates Park - 10515 Aspen Lane

0.5

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6.8

1.1

4.9 7.0

35. Sunnydale Park - 2019 Wheeler 36. Town Centre - 7101 Woodridge Dr.

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Portajohn (Seasonal)

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11.9

5. Castaldo Park - 3024 71st St.

Revised 10/15

Restroom Facilities

Outdoor Aquatic Facilities

Soccer Fields

Sand Volleyball Courts

Tennis Courts

Basketball Courts

Baseball/Softball Fields

Tot Swing

Swings

Preschool Play Equipment

Elementary Play Equipment

Picnic Areas

Shelters

Managed/Leased Acres

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