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CONCERTS

IN THE PARK
June 18: Brian Castillo Band sponsored by Rookies July 16: Beatolution sponsored by American Community Bank August 13: Dancing Under the Stars featuring The Ocean Blu Jazz Ensemble and Swing Dance Lessons by Jason Lebar sponsored by Chiro One 7-8:30pm in Deicke Park
(Rain Location: Cosman Theater in the REC Center)

BRING YOUR BLANKETS, CHAIRS, PICNIC BASKETS AND THE WHOLE FAMILY, BUT LEAVE YOUR IPOD AT HOME!

Neighborhood Concert Series

*NEW*

Featuring Mr. Steve
Tuesday, July 16th | 12-1pm | Deicke Park | All Ages | Free!

KIDZ KONCERT

IN THE PARK

Tuesday, June 25th 7:00-8:00pm Project Two at Parisek Park Tuesday, July 30th 7:00-8:00pm Project Two at Kiley Park

Come on out to beautiful Deicke Park and enjoy music by Mr. Steve! Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy some family friendly tunes. This concert is free to the public and everyone is invited. So come on out for a relaxing lunchtime break and enjoy Music in the Park!

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Board of Commissioners

Jerry Nepermann.............................................President Paul LaFleur.............................................. Vice President Dr. William Awe........................................Commissioner Jim Blasky.................................................Commissioner Keith Wold................................................Commissioner

mission statement
The Huntley Park District is committed to providing accessible parks, programs, open space and facilities for healthy activities, creative expression and learning opportunities in order to enhance the quality of life for district residents and visitors.

Board Appointees

John Cowlin.......................................................Attorney Beggin, Tipp & Lamm, LLC.................................Auditor Thom Palmer.................................................... Secretary Christine Howatt................. Treasurer/Deputy Secretary
The Huntley Park District Board of Commissioners meets every fourth Wednesday of each month throughout the year and workshop meetings are typically held on the second Wednesday of each month. Meetings are held at the REC Center North Classroom at 7:00pm.

Community Organizations
Grafton Food Pantry www.graftonfoodpantry.org (847) 495-0922
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Huntley Park Foundation
C/O Huntley Park District 12015 Mill St. • Huntley, IL 60142

Huntley Area Chamber of Commerce, Rita Slawek www.huntleychamber.org (847) 669-0166
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The Huntley Park Foundation distributes funds to support recreational programs and park projects for the Huntley Park District. Generous financial support can buy a beautiful park bench, picnic shelter, or even a building overlooking the 18th green. Dollars are earmarked for specific projects or given to the general foundation fund. All funds are raised for patrons and to leave a lasting legacy for the donor. The HPF is a 501(c)3 corporation. For additional information regarding the Huntley Park Foundation, please contact Thom Palmer, Executive Director, Huntley Park Distict, at (847) 669-3180, ext. 350 or via email at tpalmer@huntleyparks.org or visit the Park District website at www.huntleyparks.org and click on the Foundation button.

Huntley Area Public Library www.huntleylibrary.org (847) 669-5386
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Huntley Senior Citizens Club, Al Jordi (847) 669-5643

Huntley Travel Soccer Association www.heatunited.com Huntley Travel Baseball www.huntleytravelbaseball.com n Huntley Youth Football and Cheerleading www.huntleymustangsfootball.org www.huntleycheer.org n Huntley Little League www.huntleylittleleague.com
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McHenry County Senior Services (800) 339-3200 Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association (NISRA) (815) 459-0737

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Table of Contents
Summer Concerts in the Park................2 Music in the Park Kids Koncert..............2 Neighborhood Concert Series..............2 Park District Notes & Information Huntley Park District Commissioners.....3 Community Organizations.....................3 Mission Statement.................................3 Huntley Park Foundation.......................3 REC Center Hours.................................5 Office Hours..........................................5 Staff Information....................................5 Registration Information........................6 General Information..............................7 Huntley Park District Accreditation........8 Parks & Facilities Information........ 57-58 Registration Form.......................... 59-60 Swim Lesson Registration Form.... 61-62 NISRA Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association............................................9 Special Events Teen Dances........................................10 Six Flags..............................................10 Birthday Parties...................................10 Huntley Farmer’s Market.....................11 Fall Fest...............................................11 Kite Day & Touch a Truck.....................11 Dog-tober Fest....................................11 Fishing Derby......................................11 Relay for Life........................................11 Discovery Music Fest...........................30 Movie Night.......................... Back Cover Stingray Bay Family Aquatic Center Pool Hours & Information....................13 Pool Passes..........................................13 Daily Admission...................................13 Pool Rental..........................................14 Red Cross GuardStart..........................14 Red Cross Lifeguardin.........................14 Rubber Ducky Race.............................15 Huntley Stingrays Swim Team.............16 Swim Lesson Registration Information..........................................17 Stingray Bay Family Aquatic Center continued Swim Lesson Levels.............................18 Swim Lesson Schedule........................19 Preschool & Youth Seedlings Preschool............................20 Camp Seedlings..................................21 Preschool Programs....................... 22-23 Youth Art Classes........................... 24-25 Youth Music................................... 26-27 Dance Classes............................... 28-29 Elite Cheerleading...............................31 Summer Camps Registration Information......................32 Camp Schedule...................................33 Teen Camp..........................................34 Extended Time Before & After School Program...........35 Special Interest Horseback Riding................................36 Youth Magic.........................................36 Geocaching.........................................36 Under the Microscope.........................36 Lights, Camera, Action… Superheroes!.......................................36 Monsters, Inc. Claymation...................36 Digital Music Producer........................36 Pump It Up Programs..........................37 Athletics Soccer..................................................38 Skyhawk Sports.............................. 39-40 Junk Ball Slam.....................................40 Fast Pitch Softball................................41 Volleyball.............................................41 Basketball............................................41 Ready, Set, Run!...................................41 HYSO Run............................................42 Pro Player Sports.................................43 Start Smart Sports...............................43 Flag Football.......................................43 Travel Soccer.......................................44 Lacrosse...............................................45

Athletics continued Adult Softball.......................................45 Disc Golf..............................................46 Coaches...............................................47 Martial Arts Illinois Shotokan Karate.......................48 Fitness Fitness Center Membership................49 Group Fitness Classes.........................50 Kids Club Babysitting..........................50 Yoga Flow............................................51 Pilates..................................................51 Weight Watchers.................................51 Mini-Tri.................................................51 Zumba.................................................51 Belly Rhythms......................................51 Step Into Fitness..................................52 Boot Camp..........................................52 Teen Fitness.........................................52 Try It Tuesday!......................................52 Weight Loss Challenge........................53 Zumba Party Nights.............................53 Personal Training.................................53 Fitness Assessment..............................53 Adult & Seniors Programs Senior Softball.....................................54 Pickleball.............................................54 Huntley Senior Citizens.......................54 Picture Framing Seminar.....................54 Outdoor Drawing & Painting...............54 Lite N Lively.........................................54 Senior Bingo........................................54 Pinecrest Golf Club Rates/Hours/Lessons..................... 55-56

Cover Highlight: HPD Relay for Life Team, Stingray Bay Splashdown, Fun at Summer Day Camps, Kite Day and Touch a Truck, Golf Lessons at Pinecrest

How To Read Class/Program Descriptions

Class/Program Title

(Ages) Listed Below Title

Description of class will inform you of the class content. Location / Where class will be held Minimum 00 / Maximum 00 (Class limit—sign-up early!) CODE DAY DATE(S) TIME FEE 568790 Mon. 6/6-7/7 6:30-7:30 p.m. $15/$23 (First fee listed is the resident fee/second is non-resident fee)

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REC Center

12015 Mill Street • Huntley, IL 60142 (847) 669-3180 • Fax (847) 669-2836 Registration Office Hours Monday-Friday....................................5:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Saturday...............................................7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Sunday.................................................................... CLOSED REC Center Closings May 27 and July 4

Parks Department (847) 669-5463

Paul Ostrander Parks Director Ext. 330 postrander@huntleyparks.org Chuck Yerke Supervisor/Trainer chuck@huntleyparks.org Ext. 331

Facilities Department (847) 669-3180
Gary Zierer Facilities Director gary@huntleyparks.org Ext. 320

Thom Palmer Executive Director Ext. 350 (847) 669-3180 • Fax (847) 515-3209 tpalmer@huntleyparks.org Alyce Johnson Executive Assistant aj@huntleyparks.org Ext. 321

Administration (847) 669-3180

Finance/Human Resources Department
Christine Howatt Finance Director christine@huntleyparks.org Ext. 412

Debbie Kraus Recreation Director debbie@huntleyparks.org

Recreation Department (847) 669-3180
Ext. 310

Crystal Varney Human Resources/ Ext. 413 Risk Manager crystalv@huntleyparks.org

David Genty Recreation Supervisor Ext. 313 Special Events & Marketing davidg@huntleyparks.org Heather Matteson Recreation Supervisor ET & Day Camp heather@huntleyparks.org Ext. 316

Pinecrest Golf Club

11220 Algonquin Road • Huntley, IL 60142 (847) 669-3111 • Fax (847) 669-3846 Mike Yackle Director of Golf mike@huntleyparks.org Dennis Lillibridge Golf Professional dennis@huntleyparks.org Brian Comiskey Grounds Superintendent brian@huntleyparks.org Ext. 15 Ext. 10 Ext. 19

Connie Lombard Preschool Director Ext. 314 clombard@huntleyparks.org Bill Hepperle Fitness Manager billh@huntleyparks.org Jeff Ryder Athletic Supervisor jeff@huntleyparks.org Nancy Sprouse Registration Manager nancy@huntleyparks.org Todd Weber Recreation Coordinator Todd@huntleyparks.org Ext. 311 Ext. 317 Ext. 301 Ext. 312

Pinecrest Restaurant & Banquets
Kali Sass Summer Bakley Mike Hajroja Administrative Manager Banquet Manager Executive Chef

www.pinecrestrestaurant.com • (847) 669-1400

Fitness Center (847) 669-3180 x390
FITNESS CENTER HOURS
Monday-Thursday ............ 5:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Friday ................................. 5:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Saturday.............................. 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Sunday .............................. 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

We do our best to ensure accurate information in the brochure, but we may need to make some changes after printing. Please check our website for any updates. Thank you for your understanding.

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Registration Information
4 Simple Ways To Register...
Online www.huntleyparks.org
Be first in line! Visa and MasterCard payment only. See below for additional information.

General Information

The Huntley Park District reserves the right to cancel, postpone or combine classes for any reason found to be necessary by the staff. If insufficient enrollment causes an activity to be cancelled, participants will receive a FULL REFUND. Please allow 2-3 weeks for the processing of refunds. We encourage you to register early so you will not be disappointed by a class being full or being cancelled due to low enrollment.

Mail-In

Huntley Park District 12015 Mill Street Huntley, IL 60142

Refund Policy

Drop-Off & Walk-In

Huntley Park District 12015 Mill Street Huntley, IL 60142 Residents: Registration begins as soon as you receive your brochure in the mail.

A $10 administration fee per activity will be assessed for each refund request form submitted prior to the program start date. NO REFUNDS will be made after a program has started except in the case of participant’s illness. Written documentation from a physician must accompany refund request and refund will be prorated for any portion of program attended.

Fax

Visa and MasterCard payment only. Fax credit card number, expiration date, signature, and signed insurance waiver to 847-669-2836. Have you moved, changed phone number or have a new email address? Contact the Park District to update your information at 847-669-3180 or info@huntleyparks.org.

The Huntley Park District is dedicated to providing high quality programs. If for any reason you are not fully satisfied with the programs, please contact the Park District at 847-669-3180. The Park District must be contacted in a timely manner and a refund request form completed prior to a refund to be considered. Completing a refund request form does not guarantee a refund. No refunds will be considered once a program has concluded.

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Online Registration
In order to register online, you must have an account/ household registered with the park district. If you have previously registered for a park district program, your information is already in our database. In order to obtain your account/household information, please call the park district at (847) 669-3180 Ext. 0. If you have not registered for a park district program, please come in and register in person at the REC Center.

The following programs are not available for online registration: *ET Before & Afterschool Program *Seedlings Preschool *Sprouts Preschool *Performance Tickets *Group Fitness Classes *Group Fitness Membership *Day Camps (Grades 1-8) *Personal Training *Fitness Center Membership *Kids Club Babysitting *Adult Leagues *Programs with discounted sibling fees

Payments for Day Camp, Preschool and Extended Time may be made on-line once initial registration is completed.

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Park District Information
Who Are The Residents of Huntley Park District? Conduct/Participant Guidelines
You are considered a resident of the Huntley Park District if you pay taxes to the district and reside in our boundaries. A resident must show proof of residency (utility bill).

Importance of Registering Early

Participants are expected to exhibit appropriate behavior at all times. 1. Show respect to all participants and staff. 2. Refrain from use of foul language. 3. Show respect for equipment and facilities. 4. Dress appropriately for activities.

The Huntley Park District staff must set registration deadlines for a variety of programs. Registration deadlines are created due to the time frame it takes for staff to organize, order equipment, form rosters and create schedules. If a patron registers after the deadline or the program is filled prior to the deadline, they will be put onto a waiting list, but being enrolled on a waitlist does NOT guarantee eventual enrollment. Waitlists are taken up until one week before the program begins. Please make an effort to register early. Popular programs do fill up quickly and space is limited. For programs that do not state a registration deadline, please realize for all programs to run efficiently, registration must take place one week prior to the beginning of the first class/ program date.

Discipline

The Huntley Park District will use a positive approach regarding discipline. The Huntley Park District reserves the right to dismiss a participant. Each situation will be evaluated on its own merit. The purpose of discipline is to help a child develop selfcontrol and learn to assume responsibility for his or her own actions. We use positive statements and reinforcements to redirect negative behavior. Should a child need more than that, a “time-out” period may be initiated. We will handle disruptive behavior in the following manner: 1. The parent/guardian will be informed of the specific behavior. A memo will be given to the parent and a copy will be kept in the child’s file. 2. If the behavior continues, the instructor will inform parents a second time. 3. If there is no change in behavior, your child will be dismissed from the class/program; a refund will be issued for the remaining class days. Each situation will be evaluated on its own merit. Disruptive behavior is defined as any behavior that causes, or could lead to, personal injury of your child or others. Examples: hitting, kicking, throwing things, defying or running away, or any behavior that disrupts the normal class climate. Disruptive behavior, in the broad sense, is any behavior that takes an instructor away from the rest of the class for long periods of time. The Huntley Park District reserves the right to remove a participant whose behavior endangers the safety of themselves and others.

Facility Rental

Huntley Park District has picnic shelters and rooms available for rent at a nominal rate. Please call Nancy at 847-669-3180 x301 for more information.

Photos/Video

Photos are periodically taken of participants in class, special events and at Huntley Park District’s parks and facilities. Please be aware that these photos are for Huntley Park District use only and may be used in the District’s publications, website and marketing.

Suggestion Box

The Huntley Park District has a suggestion box in the registration office at the REC Center. We are looking for your creative ideas in programming. We strive to do our best for the community and any suggestion you have will help us to better serve you. Please drop off or e-mail any suggestions you have to info@huntleyparks.org.

Lost Items

ATVs, Scooters, Bikes & All Motorized Vehicles

Personal items brought to the Huntley Park District are the responsibility of the individual. If something becomes lost, please check with the registration desk staff.

The use of motorized vehicles in our parks is strictly prohibited. No ATVs, dirt bikes or electric scooters are allowed in the Huntley Park District parks. Please be aware that the use of such vehicles inside the parks will result in the police being notified and action taken. These vehicles disrupt the community and cause damage to our parks. We would like to keep our parks beautiful and peaceful and to maintain an atmosphere of relaxation for our guests. We appreciate your cooperation.

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(Pictured L to R: John Curran IPRA Chairman, Debbie Trueblood IPRA Executive Director, Thom Palmer, HPD Executive Director, Jerry Nepermann HPD President, Linda Johnson Chairwomen IAPD, Peter Murphy President & CEO IAPD)

Huntley Park District Receives Accreditation by State Associations
The Huntley Park District has been named a distinguished accreditation agency by the Accreditation Review Board of Illinois Association of Park Districts and the Illinois Park and Recreation Association. This is the highest accreditation possible in the state of Illinois. By dedicating the time to successfully complete the accreditation process, the Huntley Park District has shown a commitment to meeting the highest standards in the park and recreation profession. Agencies are reviewed in general management, finance and business, operations, facilities and parks, personnel, recreation services and legal. Key components of the accreditation process were the district-wide Comprehensive Plan and the American with Disability Act park and facility audits, both completed in 2011. A complete review of current policies and the development and recommendation of required polices were provided by the staff to the Board of Commissioners. “The staff and Board worked diligently over a two year period to complete this process, demonstrating our commitment to sound business practices as a local governmental agency,” said Huntley Park District Executive Director Thom Palmer. “This accreditation confirms our commitment to providing excellent programs, services, events, facilities and parks to our residents and visitors, and we appreciate the recognition from our state associations.”

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Do you know someone with a disability who would like to go out, have fun and make friends? Since 1976, NISRA has provided recreation programs for people with disabilities, and its mission is: enriching the lives of people with disabilities through meaningful recreation experiences. Socializing, building physical skills, learning, relaxation and fun are some of the benefits gained from participating in NISRA’s year round activities. Sports, fitness, social, cultural, outdoor and preschool programs, along with camps, special events and trips offer enjoyment for children, teens and adults of all ability levels. NISRA also offers Special Olympics training and competition in 15 sports. Huntley Park District and 12 other districts form NISRA. NISRA serves residents of McHenry County, and parts of Cook, Kane and Lake counties. Programs are provided in community facilities throughout the area. Ask for the NISRA brochure at our office, call (815) 459-0737, or visit NISRA’s web site at www.nisra.org for more info.

New! A Taste of the Red, White & Brew Festival

Soak up the sights and sounds of summer at a new fundraiser for NISRA! On Sunday, June 23 at Veterans Memorial Park in McHenry, you can sample a dazzling array of wines and craft beers, listen to live entertainment, and taste a variety of foods. The festival will last from 12:00 noon5:00 pm and advance tickets will be $20. Contact Jillian at jgiese@nisra.org or 815-459-0737, ext. 231.

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Special Events

teen dances
(5th and 6th-8th grade)
Don’t miss out on what hundreds of kids have experienced! Our DJ will be playing the hottest music and requests, and in the lounge area we have concessions. Be sure to check out the Huntley Park District website and school posters to see the next teen dance date and which theme the next dance is! Students must stay for the entire dance unless a parent/guardian picks them up and signs them out. Proper attire will be enforced; school dress code should be followed. If a student wears any attire that is deemed inappropriate, parent(s) will be called to pick them up. No hats, weapons, glow sticks/necklaces allowed. Only District 158 students can attend. Pay at the door. The Huntley Park District is not responsible for lost, misplaced or stolen personal belongings. REC Center Cosman Cultural Center $6 w/ID • $8 w/out ID @ the door 6th-8th Grade Only, 7:00-9:00 p.m.

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The school year is drawing near and summer’s just around the corner! Let’s celebrate with beach music and games. (6th-8th grade only)

Summer Beach PartyMay 10th

5th Grade Only DanceMay 31st $6.00 at the Door
Check our website for more information on upcoming dance themes and special events!

TWO GREAT PARKS, ONE GREAT PRICE!
Tickets on sale at the Huntley Park District registration office for Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Illinois at a great price…$39.50 will get you into Great America & Hurricane Harbor, the best water park in the nation! A savings of over $20 off a one-day ticket purchased at the park and no waiting in line! Purchase your season pass for $69 at the Huntley Park District and save over $7! Six Flags Great America opens Saturday, May 4th. Hurricane Harbor is open Memorial Day weekend. Enjoy a day of thrills, chills, and laughs! Visit www.sixflags.com for additional information.

Six Flags Great America

Birthday Parties!
Celebrate your child's birthday with the Huntley Park District! We'll be there to offer the most fun and memorable party you'll ever have. Have your child and their friends take part in playing musical chairs, parachute games, or pin the tail on the donkey just to name a few. If you've got a more active child, a host will supervise and teach fun games like capture the flag, dodgeball, knockout and more! Each party consists of 45 minutes of activity and 45 minutes of cake and presents. We provide the room, tables, chairs, decorations, and even clean up! All you need is the food and/or cake, the birthday child and up to 19 of their friends. A two week notice is required for booking a party. Parties are subject to room availability. For further information, please call (847) 669-3180 ext. 313.

Ages 5-12 REC Center Saturdays, 12:00-1:30 p.m. $125/$150

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Special Events
Join the Village of Huntley each Saturday from May 25th through October 5th, 8:00 a.m.—1:00 p.m. On the Square on Coral Street between Church Street and Woodstock Street, Huntley, IL Phone: 847-515-5200 E-mail: bread@huntley.il.us Check the website often for updates on free entertainment, cooking demonstrations and special events at www.huntley.il.us.

FARMER’S MARKET From the Family Farm to your Family’s Table

Huntley
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www.huntleydogtoberfest.com

October 5, 2013

FISHING DERBY
It’s time to get those fishing poles dusted off and the tackle box stocked. The Huntley Jaycees, in conjunction with the Huntley Park District, will be hosting a Fishing Derby at Deicke Park for children ages 3 to 12. Awards will be given based upon size in the following age groups: 3-5 years, 6-8 years and 9-12 years. Cost is $5 per child and includes a small container of worms for fishing. Please note this is a catch & release event. To participate, please register in advance.

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Deicke Park Pond

kite day & touch-a-truck

In recognition of the Illinois Parks and Rec Youth License Plate Program

SATURDAY, MAY 11, 11AM-1PM BETSEY WARRINGTON PARK • ALL AGES • FREE! Join us in celebrating the beginning of Summer Season by flying some kites and seeing some BIG trucks! Stop by Betsey Warrington Pavilion and pick up a free kite (Limit 1 per child, limited to the first 50 children who arrive) or bring one from home and lets fill the sky with lots of kites! Or if you don’t feel like flying any kites, check out some of the area’s BIG trucks! This will be a great way to kick off the Summer season!

Celebrate Remember Fight back

those who won their battle. loved ones lost. against the disease.

June 14-15, 2013 from 6pm-6am at the Huntley Park District REC Center

Relay for Life of Huntley

participate...

• As a Cancer Survivor or Caregiver • Become a Sponsor • Help Plan the Event • Donate to the Event • Form a team of friends, family or co-workers • Purchase a Luminaria in Honor or Memory of a Loved One

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www.cancer.org | 800-ACS-2345 | 630-879-9009

www.RelayforLife.org/HuntleyIL

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Stingray Bay Family Aquatic Center
(847) 515-POOL (7665)
Huntley Park District

12219 Lois Lane in Betsy Warrington Park Opens Memorial Day Weekend • Saturday, Sunday, Monday, 12-6pm

Features

• 2-138-ft. long Water Slides (must be 42” or taller) • 2-Tot Slides • Rain Drop • Large Sand Play Area • Six Lane Competition Area • Zero Depth Simulated Beach Area • Diving Boards • Sand Volleyball Court • 4 Floatable Animal Features

Stingray Bay Pass Holder Benefits

• Priority entrance 15 min. prior to daily admission patrons. • Passholder Only events—check Stingray Bay for flyers. • Pool rental discount of $25. • Great value! A family of 4 will have saved money in just 7 uses of their passes! PLEASE NOTE THAT PAID ADMISSION FEES CANNOT BE USED FOR CREDIT ON A POOL PASS.

Stingray Bay Hours

Stingray Bay Passes

Open Memorial Day Weekend, May 25 Memorial Day Weekend Hours..................... ...12:00-6:00 pm Stingray Bay Pass Holder Hours Monday-Thursday....................................... 11:00 am-7:00 pm Friday.......................................................... 11:00 am-8:00 pm Saturday & Sunday........................................... 12:00-6:00 pm Daily Admission Monday-Thursday....................................... 11:15 am-7:00 pm Friday.......................................................... 11:15 am-8:00 pm Saturday & Sunday........................................... 12:15-6:00 pm Last weekday of the season will be determined by staff availability. Weekend hours will continue through Labor Day. Pool will close at 3:00 pm on June 18, June 30, July 2, July 16. Pool may close due to weather or low attendance.

• A family is defined as parent/guardians and their children under age 21 and living in the same household. • New and renewal pool passes can be purchased at the REC Center at any time. Photos must be taken when purchasing passes. • Passes can be renewed at Stingray Bay if you provide a past photo pass. • New passes can only be purchased at the REC Center. • Pass holders must have their passes for entry into Stingray Bay. Pass Type Purchase Through Purchase After April 27 April 27 Resident/General Resident/General $55/$110 $110/$220 $132/$264 $149/$298 $11/$22 $33/$66 FREE $60/$120 $120/$240 $150/$300 $170/$340 $15/$30 $35/$70 FREE

Children 3 and under Youth, ages 4-17 Adult, ages 18-54 Senior, ages 55+ Weekdays after 5 pm Weekends after 4pm

Daily Admission

Resident N/C $6 $8 $7 $4 $4

General N/C $8 $10 $9 $6 $6

Individual Family of 2 Family of 3 Family of 4 Add’l Person Adult 55 and older Age 3 and under

Passes are non-refundable and no credit is given for daily paid admission.

Group rates available for 20 or more with a 3-day advance notice, $1 off.

RAY’S CAFE AT STINGRAY BAY
Enjoy the fun and laughter at Stingray Bay and then enjoy some great food and refreshments at Ray’s Cafe. Menu includes pizza, burgers, hot dogs, chicken strips, Pepsi fountain drinks, slushies, candy and more. Hours are from noon to 6:00pm daily.

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General Pool Information
• A child not toilet-trained must wear aqua diapers, a tight fitting plastic or rubber pant that are fitted around the legs and waist. Disposable diapers, such as Little Huggies, are only allowed if they are covered by the tight fitting aqua diaper. Aqua Diapers are reusable and available for purchase at Stingray Bay. Children without an aqua diaper are not allowed in the pool. • Children age 10 and under are not permitted in the facility unless accompanied by an individual over 16 years old. • No glass or controlled substances are allowed. This includes baby food in glass containers. • No smoking inside the facility. • Coolers and food are allowed and will be checked. • Safety breaks will be announced at designated times. Adults and infants who cannot walk on their own will be allowed in the water during safety breaks. Children must be held at all times. Slides are only open to adults during safety breaks. • No flotation devices are allowed in the pool. This includes water wings, noodles, inner tubes, etc. • U.S. Coast Guard approved life jackets are acceptable. • Lounge and deck chairs are for ages 16 years and older. • No gum allowed in the facility. • All food must be consumed in the food court area or on the grass areas throughout the park. • Additional rules are posted at Stingray Bay.

American Red Cross GuardStart: Lifeguarding Tomorrow

(Ages 11 and up) This is a program for youth that provides a foundation of aquatic and leadership knowledge, as well as attitudes and skill for future successful completion of the Red Cross Lifeguarding courses. Prerequisites: 1. Swim the front crawl for 25 yards continuously while breathing to the front or side. 2. Tread water for 1 minute using arms and legs. 3. Submerge and swim a distance of 10 feet underwater. Participants will learn about the causes and ways to prevent drowning and diving accidents. They will learn how to supervise others around water, and how to recognize when someone is in trouble. They will also gain knowledge of how to perform a self-rescue, how to assist others in trouble in the water, and how to provide basic-level first aid, CPR and AED. This is an excellent opportunity to develop leadership skills, including effective communication and making informed decisions. Please note that this course will not provide lifeguard certification, but will assist in preparing for the Lifeguarding course. Stingray Bay CODE DAY 213950-01 M-W F M-TH DATE(S) 7/1-7/3 7/5 7/8-7/11 Minimum 4 / Maximum 8 TIME FEE 10:05-10:45 a.m. $60/$80

Stingray Bay Rentals Begin Reserving April 15th

Invite the family and friends to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or for the fun of it!! Businesses and corporations treat your staff and family to an appreciation day at Stingray Bay. Stingray Bay can host up to 900 individuals at a time. Depending upon your group size, there may be up to 4 parties at one time. Remember pool pass holders receive a $25 discount on the base fee; must have purchased pool pass prior to reserving rental. Fee per person is $5 without food or $8 with food—hot dog, chips (or pizza) and soft drinks. Individuals entering and staying at Stingray Bay during the rental will be required to pay. Age 3 and under are free. Base Fee: $75 / Security Deposit $50 (Refundable) Fee Per Person: $5 No Food / $8 with food Saturday AM Rental: 10:00am-11:45am / Min. 15 people Saturday PM Rental: 6:15-8pm / Min. 40 people

If you are 16 or older and looking for a great summer job, American Red Cross Lifeguard Training is for you! This course will teach you lifeguarding skills, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, Automated External Defibrillator (AED) as well as First Aid. Participant must be able to swim 300 yards continuously and retrieve a 10 pound brick from a depth of 7-10 feet. Please bring a swim suit, towel, Lifeguard book (given out the first day), any snacks/meals you may want, and a set of warm dry clothes to every class. June 6, 6-8pm • June 8, 10, 11 & 12, 9am-3pm June 13, 9am-noon $175/$200 Registration Deadline is May 20. Activity Code 213951-01

Red Cross Lifeguarding Certification Class

SUMMER 2013 PROGRAMS

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Stingray Bay Family Aquatic Center
The Huntley Stingray Swim Team Presents

The 6th Annual Great Rubber Ducky Race
SUNDAY, JULY 21 • 5PM
Join in on the fun as you “adopt” a duck and cheer it on as they race down the slides at Stingray Bay!! Grand Prize: Stingray Bay Party for 50 that can be scheduled in 2013 or 2014 and many themed baskets valued at $50 or more! Tickets can be purchased at the REC Center, Stingray Bay and from Swim Team families begin May 1st. Ducks cost $2 each and only 2,000 are available. You do not need to be present to win.

Heritage Woods, Chiro-One, Costco, and Butcher on the Block for sponsoring Stingray Bay Pass Holder Events!

T hank You!

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Make a splash this summer with Huntley Park District’s swim team, the Stingrays. The Stingrays is a summer team open for swimmers ages 5-18 years of age. Ages are as of June 1, 2013. To be eligible to join, swimmers 8 years and younger should be able to swim one length of the pool (25 meters) without stopping or clinging to the walls or lane lines, using a freestyle stroke or swimmers should have completed a Level 3 American Red Cross swim lesson. Swimmers 9 years and older should be able to swim two lengths of the pool (50 meters). Testing will be done during the first week of in-water practice, and if the swimmer is unable to complete the requirements a full refund will be given. A refund request form must be completed in order to receive your refund. The season will be very exciting and will give swimmers the opportunity to compete in the North Central Illinois Swim Conference. New swimmers will be asked to skip the dry-land practices and will be evaluated in the pool at a date to be determined. Please attend the parent/swimmer meeting. Pending the evaluation, swimmers will be accepted onto the team and placed into an appropriate practice group. THE STINGRAY TEAM WILL HELP… • Develop your child’s swimming technique • Learn teamwork • Meet new friends • Improve cardiovascular endurance/body tone In order to run a successful swim team, it requires a strong parent commitment: i.e. help at home and away meets, as well as participating in the Rubber Ducky Race. A parent and swimmer meeting will be held Thursday, May 2 and Tuesday, May 7. If you are a new family, please attend from 6:30-8:00 p.m., and if you are an experienced family, please attend from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Please attend one of the meetings. Practices will begin in late May and will be held in the evenings while District 158 is still in session. After that, practices will be held in the early mornings. Practices will be held Monday through Friday, and older or advanced swimmers will begin as early as 7:00 a.m.

Huntley Stingrays Swim Team

Younger children will begin between 8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Practices vary from 1-2 hours. Please note that we would like swimmers to make a minimum of 4 days of practice weekly. Meets are held on Tuesday evenings in Huntley and surrounding area. The conference meet will be held in mid-July. Please plan on attending the conference meet. Additional meets may be scheduled. Each swimmer receives a team shirt. New registration process All registration must be done in person at the REC Center. There is a maximum number of swimmers per age group. New Participants: April 8 - 20. New participants must pass an evaluation after registering. Evaluation date TBA. Fees: $210 resident, $160 resident sibling / $290 non-resident, $210 non-resident sibling. Plus Suit Cost – Female $60, Male $40 Fee includes required Rubber Ducky ticket purchase for team members. First child 10 tickets for $20.00 and siblings 5 tickets for $10.00. Optional spirit wear – hoodies, long-sleeve shirts, etc. that can be ordered at the beginning of the season.
Program Codes – Ages as of June 1, 2013 Boys 5-8 802013-01 Sibling Boy 5-8 Boys 9-10 802013-02 Sibling Boy 9-10 Boys 11-12 802013-03 Sibling Boy 11-12 Boys 13-14 802013-04 Sibling Boy 13-14 Boys 15-18 802013-05 Sibling Boy 15-18 Boys Suit 802013-BS Girls 5-8 802013-06 Girls 9-10 802013-07 Girls 11-12 802013-08 Girls 13-14 802013-09 Girls 15-18 802013-10 Girls Suit 802013-GS Sibling Girl 5-8 Sibling Girl 9-10 Sibling Girl 11-12 Sibling Girl 13-14 Sibling Girl 15-18

802013-S1 802013-S2 802013-S3 802013-S4 802013-S5

802013-S6 802013-S7 802013-S8 802013-S9 802013-1S

There is currently a wait list for: Boys 9-10 Girls 5-8 Girls 9-10 Girls 11-12

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Lottery Swim Lesson Registration for Residents

Swim Lesson Information

The Huntley Park District’s Lottery Swim Lesson Registration process was developed to permit fair access to park district swim lessons for all our residents. By using a lottery system for program registration, you need not wait and stand in long lines to register. Lottery registration is fair for today’s busy families, since you can drop it off any time before the initial deadline. WHAT is lottery? The lottery is a computerized software program that works with our current registration system. Once all lottery swim lesson registrations have been processed, the software program then randomly selects who will be registered for the class and who will be placed on a wait list. Each person’s chances are the same as long as registrations are received before the lottery deadline. Remember to take advantage of the 2nd and 3rd choice options. Many lessons are in high demand and specifying alternate choices is the best way to avoid disappointment. Enrollment confirmations are then mailed to all households participating in the Lottery and should be received by May 14. Those placed on the wait list are then contacted by the Park District to make alternative arrangements. Last year, 90% received their 1st choice! WHO is eligible for Lottery swim lesson registrations? Residents of the Huntley Park District. A resident is anyone living within the geographic boundaries of the Huntley Park District. Registration is limited to only one lesson per child. WHERE do you drop off Lottery swim lesson registrations? Registration begins the day you receive your Huntley Park District Summer Brochure. Forms and payment will be accepted at the Huntley Park District REC Center Registration Office, 12015 Mill Street, Huntley, IL during office hours. Please check office hours on page 5 of the brochure. Lottery Swim Lesson Registration forms and payment will be accepted through Saturday, April 27, 2013, 1pm. The only method of registration will be by walk-in at the registration office. Payment is required at the time of registration. Non-residents or residents who miss the lottery may begin open registration on Monday, May 6, 2013 at 9am at the Huntley Park District REC Center, 12015 Mill Street, Huntley, IL. In-person registration only. Lottery Refund Policy: In special cases when enrollment may be wait listed due to a full class, a credit in the amount of the payment will be issued to the household. If the household chooses not to use the credit, the office must be contacted

before a refund check or credit to credit card can be processed. Please note we will not make changes for swim lessons unless requested in writing and at least 2 weeks in advance of the start of the class. An additional $5 fee will be charged per family. NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS WILL BE GIVEN FOR ANY SWIM LESSONS MISSED. Use swim lesson registration form on page 61 for processing.

SwimLesson Information

The park district will follow the American Red Cross guidelines for all swim levels. Please review the description of the various levels to ensure a positive experience. Stingray Bay provides lessons based on skill level, not age. If your child participated in swim lessons at Stingray Bay in 2012, there are records of which levels he/she completed and whether or not he/she passed. Please note that each child will have different abilities and will learn at his/her own pace. The instructors and manager will do their best to accommodate each participant’s skill level. Any child not toilet trained MUST wear an aqua diaper at all times. Aqua diapers are reusable and available for purchase at Stingray Bay ($8). “Little Swimmer’s” are not acceptable. Lessons are instructed in cool and windy weather and are only cancelled due to severe weather. The pool water is kept at 82 degrees, but may vary due to weather conditions. Make-ups will be held only if the park district cancels. No make-ups will be issued for sickness or vacations. If weather is questionable and you are unsure if lessons are being held, please call (847) 515-7665 no sooner than 30 minutes before your lesson is scheduled. To avoid busy phone lines, an update will be available on the home page of the park district at www.huntleyparks.org. Parents are asked to sit in the concession pavilion or in the grass behind the designated flags during your child’s lesson. Like a school setting, children perform better when they are able to give full attention to their instructors. Under no circumstances will parents and their siblings be able to wait on the pool deck. Parents are invited to the pool deck on the last day of lessons to take pictures and see what your child has learned.

REGISTRATION FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES BEGINS MAY 20TH.

SORRY NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS GIVEN FOR ANY LESSONS MISSED.

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Swim Lesson Levels
PARENT/TOT $36/$54 Child must be 6 months to enroll. Parents and children will work together on basic water skills. Parents will be taught different holding techniques while their child explores the water using basic arm and leg movements. Children will become familiar with submerging face into water, wearing a lifejacket, and entering and exiting the pool safely. The goal of this class is not designed to teach children to be able to survive in water alone; all skills are performed with support. Classes will mainly consist of singing songs and playing games to get your tot adjusted to the water. TOTS $42/$63 Participants must be able to stand on their own to enroll. Participants will explore and learn basic water skills such as blowing bubbles, submerging face, and retrieving objects submerged in shallow water. They will learn to perform basic arm and leg movements independently, swim and float with support, become comfortable wearing a lifejacket, and learn to enter and exit the pools safely. The goal of this class is not designed to teach children to be able to survive in water alone; most skills are performed with support of the instructor. Participants will sing songs and play games to become more comfortable in the water. LEVEL 1: INTRODUCTION TO WATER SKILLS $42/$63 Participants of this class will learn emerging stroke skills with support. They will strengthen arm and leg movements on their front and back, and learn to combine them with support. They will perform front and back floats and glides with support. Participants will learn to enter and exit the water independently, swim with a lifejacket, and retrieve a submerged object in shallow water. LEVEL 2: FUNDAMENTAL AQUATIC SKILLS $42/$63 Participants must be able to submerge face to enroll. Participants will learn the basic techniques of front and back crawl. They will begin to swim unassisted in 3.5 feet water. Participants will learn to independently float and glide on their front and back, swim with a lifejacket, and retrieve a submerged object. They will learn to tread water and begin to explore deep water with support. LEVEL 3: STROKE DEVELOPMENT $42/$63 Participants must be able to submerge entire head to enroll. Participants will begin to perfect their front and back crawl, and will learn correct rotary breathing for front crawl. They will begin to explore other strokes, such as elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. They will develop deep water skills such as treading and survival floating. Diving will be introduced in this level from a sitting and kneeling position. LEVEL 4: STROKE IMPROVEMENT $42/$63 Participants must be able to swim independently and be comfortable in deep water to enroll. This class is mostly taught in the diving well. Participants will learn to perform open turns for front and back crawl for distance swimming, and will learn combined breaststroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, and butterfly. They will perfect rotary breathing for front crawl. They will learn to tread in deep water and dive from a standing position. LEVEL 5: STROKE REFINEMENT $42/$63 Participants must be able to swim 25 yards (one pool length) of front and back crawl to enroll. Participants will begin to learn swim-team skills such as shallow dives and flip turns for front and back crawl. Strokes will be perfected in this class. Participants will learn to swim front and back stroke for 50 yards using correct turns. They will learn surface dives in deep water, how to swim/float in deep water for 2 minutes, and will be exposed to basic lifeguarding skills. LEVEL 6: STROKE ENDURANCE $42/$63 Participants must be able to swim 50 yards (two pool lengths) of front and back crawl to enroll. Participants will learn to swim long distances of all strokes. They will learn to swim front and back crawl for 100 yards and breaststroke, butterfly, elementary backstroke, and sidestroke for 50 yards using appropriate turns. They will learn to tread water for 2 minutes in deep water, learn to float and survival swimming in deep water for 5 minutes. They will also learn to retrieve an object from 7 feet. PRIVATE LESSONS $120/$180 Contact the Huntley Park District concerning private lessons. Cost is for 8 classes and may be taught during open swim time.

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MORNING LESSONS

Swim Lessons
SESSION 2 CODE 201302-01 201302-02 201302-03 201302-04 201302-05 201302-06 201302-07 201302-08 201302-09 201302-10 201302-11 201302-12 201302-13 201302-14 201302-15 201302-16 201302-17 SESSION 3 CODE 201303-01 201303-02 201303-03 201303-04 201303-05 201303-06 201303-07 201303-08 201303-09 201303-10 201303-11 201303-12 201303-13 201303-14 201303-15 201303-16 201303-17 SESSION 4 CODE 201304-01 201304-02 201304-03 201304-04 201304-05 201304-06 201304-07 201304-08 201304-09 201304-10 201304-11 201304-12 201304-13 201304-14 201304-15 201304-16 201304-17

Session 1: June 17-21, June 24-26, Make-ups June 27 & 28 Session 2: July 1-3, 5, July 8-11, Make-ups July 12 & 13 (Sat) Session 3: July 15-19, July 22-24, Make-ups July 25 & 26 Session 4: July 29-Aug 2, Aug 5-7, Make-ups Aug 8 & 9 CLASS Parent/Tot Tots Tots Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 Level 3 Level 3 Level 3 Level 4 Level 4 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 TIME SESSION 1 CODE 10:10-10:40 a.m. 201301-01 9:30-10:00 a.m. 10:10-10:40 a.m. 8:25-9:05 a.m. 9:15-9:55 a.m. 10:05-10:45 a.m. 8:25-9:05 a.m. 9:15-9:55 a.m. 10:05-10:45 a.m. 8:25-9:05 a.m. 9:15-9:55 a.m. 10:05-10:45 a.m. 8:25-9:05 a.m. 9:15-9:55 a.m. 10:05-10:45 a.m. 8:25-9:05 a.m. 9:15-9:55 a.m. 201301-02 201301-03 201301-04 201301-05 201301-06 201301-07 201301-08 201301-09 201301-10 201301-11 201301-12 201301-13 201301-14 201301-15 201301-16 201301-17

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Session E1: June 17, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, 27, July 1; Make-ups July 3 & 5 Session E2: July 8, 10, 11, 15, 17, 18, 22, 24; Make-ups July 25 & 26 CLASS TIME SESSION 1 CODE SESSION 2 CODE Parent/Tot 7:10-7:40 p.m. 201305-01 201306-01 Tots Tots Level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 2 Level 3 Level 3 Level 4 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 7:10-7:40 p.m. 7:50-8:20 p.m. 7:10-7:50 p.m. 7:55-8:35 p.m. 7:10-7:50 p.m. 7:55-8:35 p.m. 7:10-7:50 p.m. 7:55-8:35 p.m. 7:10-7:50 p.m. 7:55-8:35 p.m. 7:10-7:50 p.m. 7:55-8:35 p.m. 201305-02 201305-03 201305-04 201305-05 201305-06 201305-07 201305-08 201305-09 201305-10 201305-11 201305-12 201305-13 201306-02 201306-03 201306-04 201306-05 201306-06 201306-07 201306-08 201306-09 201306-10 201306-11 201306-12 201306-13

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Seedlings Preschool Program “Come Grow With Us”
CELEBRATING 30 YEARS IN 2013-2014
Through play, children have opportunities for self expression, investigation and experimentation both independently and in a group. Our learning centers and activities provide an enriched and stimulating environment that meets the needs of the whole child focusing on the cognitive, social, emotional and physical development. Seedlings Preschool is committed to providing a high quality, developmentally appropriate first-learning experience in a safe and healthy environment. Seedlings Preschool teachers create an atmosphere of trust, security and comfort in which the child can feel motivated, esteemed and appreciated. Children are placed in appropriate classrooms determined by age. Classrooms are inviting for creative fun and have individual restrooms. Miss Connie’s outdoor playground and our indoor activity room offers an opportunity for large motor skills activities year round. We offer an English/Spanish class for ages 3-5 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. We are currently enrolling for the 2013-2014 school year. Please call Miss Connie Lombard, Preschool Director at (847) 669-3180 ext. 314. CLASS SCHEDULE FOR 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR: Morning Class Time 9:00-11:30 a.m. Afternoon Class Time 12:15-2:45 p.m. 2 days/week classes—Tuesday & Thursday 3 days/week classes—Monday, Wednesday & Friday 4 days/week classes (for 4 yr olds)–Monday-Thursday or Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday School year begins September 3, 2013 and continues through May 23, 2014 2013-2014 RATES 2 days/week 3 days/week 4 days/week $135/$150 per month $155/$175 per month $175/$195 per month

• Registration fee $60/$70. Registration fee is non-refundable. • Registration requires: photocopy of birth certificate, driver’s license and proof of residency (tax bill or current utility bill). • Children must be 3 on or before September 1, 2013. • Children must be toilet-trained by the first day of school. No pull-ups! • Classes are available to residents and non-residents.

Children may start once they turn 3. Contact 847-669-3180, ext. 314.

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CAMP

(Ages 3-5, must be toilet trained) Camp Seedlings is Huntley Park District’s day camp for preschoolers. This year we have 10 sessions. Campers must be toilet trained and pull-ups are not allowed. Each day campers need to bring a backpack, water bottle and wear sunscreen. A daily snack will be provided. This is an indoor/outdoor camp located at the REC Center.

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Each day will consist of playground time, snack, art projects, campfire stories, sing-a-longs, games and more! Wednesday’s will be theme days. Please complete a Huntley Park District registration form when registering for Camp Seedlings. For more information regarding Camp Seedlings please contact Connie Lombard, Preschool Director at (847) 669-3180 ext. 314 or clombard@huntleyparks.org. $8 additional for Lunch Bunch (2nd Code) Offered every Tuesday 12pm-2pm. Children will need to bring a lunch and beverage. REC Center Maple Room Minimum 10/ Maximum 40 *Second program code listed is lunch bunch.

213401-01 • 213401-02 June 3-7 “Paint Party” $75/$85 213402-01 • 213402-02 June 10-14 “Movie Day” $75/$85 213403-01 • 213403-02 June 17-21 “Science Day” $75/$85 213404-01 • 213404-02 June 24-28 “Hungry Caterpillar Day” $75/$85 213405-01 • 213405-02 July 8-12 “Wet & Wild” $75/$85

213406-01 • 213406-02 July 15-19 “Sports Day” $75/$85 213407-01 • 213407-02 July 22-26 “Dinosaur Day” $75/$85 213408-01 • 213408-02 July 29-August 2 “Nature Day” $75/$85 213409-01 • 213409-02 August 5-9 “Animal Antics” $75/$85 213410-01 • 213410-02 August 12-16 “Arts & Crafts Day” $75/$85

2012-2013 Night Owl Preschool
(Ages 3-5)
This preschool class is geared for the families who can’t work our standard Seedlings School classes into their busy schedule. It will be a multi-aged class. Typical preschool activities will be included but we’ll skip snack time. Art, music, large and small motor activities, science, stories, cooking, letters and numbers are all part of the fun. Class is on-going throughout the school year. Children must be 3 years old on or by starting date and must be toilet trained. Non-refundable registration fee of $30/$40. REC Center Birch Room Minimum 8 / Maximum 20

DAYS
T/Th

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6:00-7:30 p.m.

$80/$95

MONTHLY FEE

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Donuts with Dad
(Age 3-7 with Dad)

Preschool & Youth
Girly Girl Crafts
(Age 6-10) TIME
9:00-10:15 a.m.

Stop by for donuts & juice or milk. While you’re here spend time crafting together. A great way to start out a Saturday! REC Center Magnolia Room Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

CODE

213411-01 Sat.

DAY DATE(S)
4/20

FEE

$10/$15

Let’s Celebrate: Mother Goose Day
(Age 3-5 with Parent)
We’ll learn some nursery rhymes, make crafts to go along with the rhymes & play some games. REC Center Magnolia Room Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

Each day, we’ll make some fun crafts. A few of the items we’ll be creating are egg carton flowers, button pins, headbands, a fairy princess, painted canvas for the wall and of course, there will be more crafts. On Monday, we will drink lemonade. On Wednesday, we’ll eat an ice cream cone & Friday will be popsicle day! Different crafts offered each day. Registration deadline is June 10th. REC Center Ash Room

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213412-01 Wed. 5/1

DAY DATE(S)

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6:00-7:30 p.m.

FEE

213501-01 Mon. 6/17 213501-02 Wed. 6/19 213501-03 Fri. 6/21

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DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

TIME

12:15-2:15 p.m. 12:15-2:15 p.m. 12:15-2:15 p.m.

FEE

$15/$22 $15/$22 $15/$22

$10/$15

Grandma, Grandpa & Me
(Age 2-7 with Grandparent)
The theme of the day will be spring. All of our activities will be centered on birds, bugs, flowers & spring activities. Should be lots of fun! REC Center Birch Room

“That Famous Doll”
(Age 4-10)
Bring your favorite doll to this event. We’ll watch an American Girl Doll movie in the Cosman Theater, eat popcorn & do a craft. A different movie will be shown each session. REC Center Magnolia Room

CODE

213413-01 Sat.

DAY DATE(S)
5/25

Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

CODE

TIME

9:30-11:00 a.m.

FEE

$10/$15

213502-01 Tues. 6/18 213502-02 Fri. 7/19 213502-03 Wed. 8/14

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

TIME

3:00-5:00 p.m. 6:00-8:00 p.m. 1:00-3:00 p.m.

FEE

$12/$18 $12/$18 $12/$18

Discover Kids Puterbugs Offered by Smart Starters, Inc.
(Age 3-7)
CALLING ALL PUTERBUG DETECTIVES! We need your help in solving a fall full of Discovery Kids Puterbug missions. As the technology revolution continues to unfold and the new wave of digital learning is quickly becoming a reality, technology education is a new and emerging part of core curriculum. This program teaches young children how to apply today’s technology along with developing skills in keyboarding, creative problem solving, literature, and mathematics. Don’t miss out on all of our fun adventures. Each child will have a computer to use, no sharing! Sign up by the month or all sessions. REC Center Babysitting Room Minimum 3 / Maximum 10

Dad & Me
(Age 3-7)
Kids & their dads will create a picture frame for Dad. A “Dad & Me” photo will be taken. There will be time to play on Miss Connie’s Playground. Popsicles for all! Love “You to Pieces” Dad! REC Center Magnolia Room Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

CODE

213503-01 Thurs. 6/13

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

6:45-7:45 p.m.

FEE

$10/$15

Star Spangled Fun
(Age 3-6)
Boys & girls will enjoy crafting for the 4th of July! Lots of creative projects to please the most finicky young crafter! REC Center Magnolia Room Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

CODE

213500-01 213500-02 213500-03 213500-04 213500-05 213500-06

DAY DATE(S)
Mon. Tues. Mon. Tues. Mon. Tues.

6/3-6/24 6/4-6/25 7/1-7/22 7/2-7/23 7/29-8/19 7/30-8/20

TIME

11:30-12:15 p.m. 11:30-12:15 p.m. 11:30-12:15 p.m. 11:30-12:15 p.m. 11:30-12:15 p.m. 11:30-12:15 p.m.

FEE

$48/$58 $48/$58 $48/$58 $48/$58 $48/$58 $48/$58

CODE

213504-01 Mon. 7/1

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

9:00-10:30 a.m.

FEE

$12/$18

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Little Ducky Daddle & Friends
(Age 3-5)

Preschool & Youth
(Age 5-6) TIME
9:30-11:00 a.m.

Fun with Phonics Level 2
A class designed for young children who already know letter sounds and have some reading ability. Children will use blends to form words as they learn to read. Watch your child’s self-esteem and confidence grow. REC Center Ash Room

We’ll sing songs, play with ducks in the water table, read some quacky stories & do some “ducky” crafts. Fun for all! REC Center Magnolia Room Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

CODE

213505-01 Tues. 7/2

DAY DATE(S)

FEE

$10/$15

Let’s Get Messy
(Age 18 mos.-3 yrs.)
Parents are asked to participate in this hands on class. We’ll play with doughs, dig in the sand, paint, glue, go crazy with glitter & more. We’ll take care of the mess! REC Center Magnolia Room Minimum 6 / Maximum 20 213506-01 Wed. 7/10, 7/17, 7/24, 7/31

CODE

213551-01 Tues. 6/4-6/25 10:05-11:05 a.m. 213551-02 Tues. 7/2-7/23 10:05-11:05 a.m. 213551-03 Tues. 7/30-8/20 10:05-11:05 a.m.

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 10

TIME

FEE

$77/$87 $77/$87 $77/$87

Fun with Phonics Camp
(Age 7-9)
This exciting class is sure to catch the interest of your schoolaged child. Each week there is a different theme: reading, spelling, writing and improvisation. Whether your child loves to read, write, or just wants to improve his/her skills, this class is the one! REC Center Ash Room

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

9:00-9:45 a.m. $32/$48

FEE

A “Beary” Good Time
(Age 2-4 w/parent)
Join us for this new parent/child class. We’ll do art, sing, read, play and have a snack. Be sure to bring your favorite bear. REC Center Magnolia Room Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

CODE

213552-01 Tues. 7/2-7/23

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 10

TIME

11:10-12:10 p.m.

FEE

$77/$87

CODE

213507-01 Tues. 7/16 213507-02 Wed. 7/17

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

9:30-10:30 a.m. 6:00-7:00 p.m.

FEE

Zany Brainy Writing Workshop
(Age 8-12)
This interactive class teaches all learning styles and incorporates games and media to encourage a love for writing. This stressfree class gives children the confidence they need to express themselves on paper. Children that love to write or struggle with composing paragraphs would benefit from this class. REC Center Ash Room

$8/$12 $8/$12

Ballerina Bash
(Age 3-8)
Wear your tutu to our Ballerina Bash. We’ll watch an Angelina Ballerina movie on our big screen in the Cosman Theater. Each ballerina will make a darling piece of wall art. Dancing is on the agenda! REC Center Magnolia Room & Theater Minimum 3 / Maximum 10

CODE

213555-01 Tues. 6/4-6/25 1:00-2:00 p.m. 213555-02 Tues. 7/30-8/20 1:00-2:00 p.m.

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 10

TIME

FEE

$77/$87 $77/$87

CODE

213508-01 Mon. 7/22

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

1:00-3:00 p.m.

FEE

Spanish Camp
(Age 4-7)
At our Spanish Camp children will learn Spanish while enjoying summertime fun. Children will be introduced to words & phrases in Spanish. Art, music, games, snacks, stories, new friends & outdoor activities are all part of the fun. Children will gain an appreciation for other cultures. Appropriate for both Spanish and non-Spanish speaking children. Children may join us on Tuesdays for Lunch Bunch. Bring a lunch & stay for more fun. $8 extra fee. REC Center Ash Room

$15/$22

Fun with Phonics Level 1
(Age 4)
Research confirms that phonics is the best way to learn how to read. This class focuses on learning and recognizing the sound letters make to form words. If your child knows the alphabet, then this class is for them. Children build selfesteem and confidence as they learn. REC Center Ash Room

CODE

213550-01 Tues. 6/4-6/25 9:00-10:00 a.m. 213550-02 Tues. 7/2-7/23 9:00-10:00 a.m. 213550-03 Tues. 7/30-8/20 9:00-10:00 a.m.

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 10

TIME

FEE

CODE

$77/$87 $77/$87 $77/$87

213509-01 M-F 6/17-6/21 213509-02 M-F 6/24-6/28

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

TIME

9:00-12:00 p.m. 9:00-12:00 p.m.

FEE

$75/$85 $75/$85

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Tie-Dye U.S.A.
(Age 7-14)

Youth Art Classes
(Age 7-12)

Animal Drawing Camp
Do you love animals? Each day participants will complete different animal drawing with markers and colored pencils. Different animals each session! All supplies included. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes and box the second day to carry our projects home in. REC Center Magnolia Room

Join the tie-dye fun! Each participant will design and take home a stars & stripes Tie-Dye T-shirt or canvas bag depending on day. All supplies included. Include T-shirt size on registration form. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes. REC Center Magnolia Room

CODE

T-Shirt 213022-01 Tues. 6/25 Canvas Bag 213022-02 Thurs. 6/27

DAY

DATE(S) TIME

Minimum 5 / Maximum 12

FEE

CODE

10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. $15/$22 10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. $15/$22

213023-01 M-TH 213023-02 M-TH

DAY

6/3-6/6 8/5-8/8

DATE(S) TIME

Minimum 5 / Maximum 12 9:30-11:00 a.m. $35/$52 9:30-11:00 a.m. $35/$52

FEE

Prince & Princess Art Camp
(Age 4-9)
Hear ye, hear ye calling all Prince and Princesses! Come join us and create a crown, castle and many more royal crafts. All supplies included. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes and box the second day to carry our projects home in. REC Center Magnolia Room

Celebrate the U.S.A.
(Age 7-14)
Get in the spirit and celebrate America’s Independence Day by making several Red, White & Blue decorations home decorations and jewelry! All supplies included.

CODE

Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes.

213006-01 M-F 6/24-6/28 1:00-3:15 p.m. $45/$68 213006-02 M-F 7/8-7/12* 9:30-11:45 a.m. $45/$68 * 7/10 class will meet in the Ash Room

DAY

DATE(S)

Minimum 5 / Maximum 11

TIME

FEE

CODE

REC Center Magnolia Room

213005-01 Tues. 7/2

DAY

DATE(S) TIME

Minimum 5 / Maximum 11

1:00-3:00p.m.

FEE

$10/$15

Under the Sea Art Camp
(Age 5-10)
Glub ,glub, glub…Let’s explore creatures under the sea with your imagination through drawing, painting, gluing, crafting and create awesome aquatic masterpieces. All supplies included. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes and box the second day to carry our projects home in. REC Center Magnolia Room Minimum 5 / Maximum 11

Clay and Paint Workshop
(Age 7-14)
We will enter the world of clay in this 2 day workshop. On the first day participants will create various pieces of art with air dry clay and paint them on the second day. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes and box the second day to carry our projects home in. REC Center Magnolia Room

213002-01 M, T 6/17 & 6/18 1:00-2:15 p.m. $20/$30 213002-02 W, TH 6/19 & 6/20 1:00-2:15 p.m. $20/$30 213002-03 T, TH 7/9 & 7/11 1:00-2:15 p.m. $20/$30

CODE

DAY

DATE(S)

Minimum 5 / Maximum 12

TIME

FEE

CODE

213003-01 M, W, F 6/17, 6/19, 6/21 10:30-12:00p.m. $30/$45

DAY

DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

Did you know?
Children can be registered in both a summer camp program and special interest program if located at the REC Center or Stingray Bay. If the program starts and ends during camp hours, your child’s camp counselor will escort him/her to and from the location of the program. If the program ends after camp hours, parents/guardians are responsible for picking up the children from the program.

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Summer Arts & Crafts Camp
(Age 7-12)

Youth Art Classes

Do you love making art projects and crafts, then this 3-day camp is just right for you! We will do a variety of different projects and use lots of different materials. We will use chalk pastels, paint, glue and create like CRAZY! Every day will be something new! Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes and a box to carry your projects home in. REC Center Magnolia Room

CODE

213008-01 M, W, F 7/15, 7/17, 7/19 10:00-11:30 a.m. $30/$45

DAY

DATE(S)

Minimum 5 / Maximum 11

TIME

FEE

Let’s Clay and Play
(Age 4-7)
We’ll use small motor control to manipulate air dry clay into many artistic formations using 3 basic shapes of clay. Participants will use makers to decorate their creations. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes and a box to carry your projects home in. REC Center Magnolia Room 213007-01 Tue. 7/16 213007-02 Fri. 7/26 213007-03 Thur. 8/1

Acrylic Painting Workshop
(Age 9-15)
Learn fundamental painting and color mixing techniques with acrylic paints! Each participant will complete 2-3 paintings ready to frame! All skill levels welcome and all supplies included. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes. REC Center Magnolia Room

CODE

DAY DATE(S) TIME

Minimum 5 / Maximum 12

10:30-11:30 a.m. 10:30-11:30 a.m. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

FEE

$10/$15 $10/$15 $10/$15

213025-01 M-F 6/3-6/7 1:00-3:30p.m. 213025-02 M-F 7/22-7/26* 1:00-3:30p.m. 213025-03 M-F 7/29-8/2 1:00-3:30p.m. * 7/22 class will meet in the Maple Room

CODE

DAY DATE(S) TIME

Minimum 5 / Maximum 12

FEE

$45/$60 $45/$60 $45/$60

Chalk Drawing Workshop
(Age 7-14)
You will be amazed how your drawings turn into masterpieces when using pastel chalk. We will have a variety of subject matter and will complete a drawing each day. All skill levels welcome and all supplies included. Drawings will be sprayed with fixative. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes. REC Center Magnolia Room

213026-01 M-TH 7/22-7/25* 9:30-11:30 a.m. $40/$55 213026-02 M-TH 8/5-8/8 1:00-3:00 p.m. $45/$55 * 7/24 class will meet in the Ash Room

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 5 / Maximum 12

TIME

FEE

For the Birds
(Age 6-10)
A 2 day class full of our winged friends in the sky! Activities will be arts & craft bird-brained ideas including: drawing, painting, cutting and gluing. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes and box the second day to carry our projects home in. REC Center Magnolia Room

CODE

213027-01 T, TH

DAY

6/18 & 6/20 10:00-11:30 a.m. $20/$30

DATE(S)

Minimum 5 / Maximum 11

TIME

FEE

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Tot Rock

Preschool / Youth
Kid Rock I, II, III
Sing! Dance! Play! Make it a musical day! Kid Rock is a unique musical adventure that combines play and learning through music. Activities include singing songs and rhymes, moving creatively, participating in imaginative play, using a variety of rhythm instruments and props, and practicing fine and large motor skills. Parents participate in Kid Rock I; Kid Rock II is an independent class; Kid Rock III is for siblings and older children who prefer parental support. New curriculum presented each session. Have some fun today! www.rockitkids.com REC Center Willow Room

(12-24 months with parents)
Wiggle, giggle, dance and play; have some fun the Tot Rock way! Your tot will delight in this popular music exploration program! In addition to improving your tot’s fine and gross motor skills, we will use a variety of rhythm instruments, movement props, and sensory items. Tot Rock is a parent participation class that involves structured and unstructured time. New curriculum presented each session. Don’t miss this chance for fun and learning! www.rockitkids.com REC Center Willow Room

213820-01 Mon. 6/17-8/12 9:15-9:55 a.m. No class 7/1

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 4 / Maximum 12

TIME

$64/$84

FEE

Kid Rock I (20-36 months with parents) 213821-01 Mon. 6/17-8/12 10:00-10:40 a.m. $64/$84 No class 7/1 Kid Rock II (3 & 4 year olds without parents)

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 4 / Maximum 12

TIME

FEE

The following class is in cooperation with Village of Lake in the Hills, Village of Algonquin and Crystal Lake Park District. Classes will be held at Village of Lake in the Hills administration building – 600 Harvest Gate, LITH). 213820-02 Tue. No class 7/2

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

6/18-8/13 5:15-5:55 p.m.

TIME

$64/$84

FEE

213821-02 Mon. 6/17-8/12 10:45-11:25 a.m. $64/$84 No class 7/1 Kid Rock III (20 months – 5 years with parents)

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

213821-03 Mon. 6/17-8/12 11:30-12:10 p.m. $64/$84 No class 7/1 The following class is in cooperation with Village of Lake in the Hills, Village of Algonquin and Crystal Lake Park District. Classes will be held at Village of Lake in the Hills administration building – 600 Harvest Gate, LITH). Kid Rock I (20-36 months with parents) 213821-04 Tue. 6/18-8/13 6:00-6:40 p.m. No class 7/2

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

$64/$84

Kiddy Keys
(Age 2-5)
Kiddy Keys is a highly educational program that focuses on teaching piano concepts & music appreciation to children ages 2-5 years old. Kiddy Keys offers many wonderful learning opportunities…all in the name of fun! With this program as a foundation your child will be ready to move confidently on to piano lessons, if desired. Instructor: Lori Harrison REC Center Spruce Room

213514-01 T/TH 6/4-6/27 213514-02 T/TH 8/6-8/29

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 8 10:00-10:45 a.m. $96/$106 10:00-10:45 a.m. $96/$106

TIME

FEE

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Music Programs provided by the professionals at JC’s Guitars & Music Lessons located at 4581 Princeton Lane, at the corner of Lakewood & Ackman, in Lake in the Hills. Instrument Rentals are available during the six week program, please call (847) 658-9932 to schedule a rental. Classes are 45 minutes, once a week, for a six week period. Additional fee of $5-10 will be collected during the first week of class for books and or other training materials.

Youth Music Classes
Ukulele Mania
(Ages 8-14)
Aloha from Hawaii. Ukulele is quickly becoming one of the most popular instruments. No experience necessary. You will enjoy the fun and energy that this instrument brings to everyone. Very quickly you will learn a few simple chords and be playing along with the class. Ukuleles will be provided to each student during this class with no rental fees. Minimum 3 / Maximum 8

Fun with Piano
(Ages 6-14)
During this group piano class students will learn basic performance skills including notes, rhythms, sounds and songs. As students progress, they will learn chords, scales and fun popular songs. Multiple pianos available to the students during the class and are available for rent as well. Rental fee $37. Minimum 3 / Maximum 6

213846-01 Wed. 6/5-7/10 2:00-2:45 p.m. $120/$130 213846-02 Wed. 7/17-8/21 2:00-2:45 p.m. $120/$130

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

Rock Out on the Guitar
(Ages 8-14)
Has your child expressed an interest in playing the guitar? Try a small group class to see how he or she will enjoy the instrument. This class will cover basic terms, techniques, chords and songs. Electric, acoustic or classical guitars are acceptable for the class and are available to rent as well. Rental fee $37 Minimum 3 / Maximum 5

213840-01 Tue. 6/4-7/9 2:00-2:45 p.m. $120/$130 213840-02 Tue. 7/16-8/20 2:00-2:45 p.m. $120/$130

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

Summer Chorus
(Ages 7-14)
Does your child love to sing or need to prepare for an upcoming musical audition. Consider group vocal lessons. Students will strengthen their singing skills and find their vocal talent through proper technique, vocal exercises, breathing techniques and many other vocal training methods using great songs. Minimum 3 / Maximum 6

213845-01 Wed. 6/5-7/10 6:00-6:45 p.m. $120/$130 213845-02 Wed. 7/17-8/21 6:00-6:45 p.m. $120/$130

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

Group Orchestra
(Ages 8-14)
Consider this group class to keep your string skills sharp over the long summer vacation. Course focus will be to maintain musical knowledge, give the students an opportunity to explore different styles of music with their peers and most of all have fun with your instrument. Instruments available: Violin, viola, cello and bass. Rental fee $30+. Minimum 3 / Maximum 6 213844-01 Fri. 213844-02 Fri.

213841-01 Tue. 6/4-7/9 213841-02 Tue. 7/16-8/20

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

3:00-3:45 p.m. $120/$130 3:00-3:45 p.m. $120/$130

TIME

FEE

Caribbean Percussion
(Ages 5-14)
This program will give students an introduction to various Caribbean instruments. Students will work with instruments such as the Conga Drums, Bongos, Claves, Shakers, Maracas & Tambourines, Bells & Snare. Students will learn basic rhythm, song structure and techniques. Minimum 3 / Maximum 5

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

6/7-7/12 2:00-2:45 p.m. $120/$130 7/19-8/23 2:00-2:45 p.m. $120/$130

TIME

FEE

Group Band-Brass & Woodwind
(Ages 8-14)
Students currently enrolled in a school band program have the opportunity to refine current techniques as well as expand their musical minds. This is a fun, group environment allowing the students to play and enjoy their instrument over the summer. All band instruments are welcome. Such as: clarinet, trumpet, flute, saxophone, oboe, trombone, tube and French horn. Rentals begin at $30. Minimum 3 / Maximum 6 213843-01 Fri. 213843-02 Fri.

213842-01 Wed. 6/5-7/10 2:00-2:45 p.m. $120/$130 213842-02 Wed. 7/17-8/21 2:00-2:45 p.m. $120/$130

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

CODE

DAY DATE(S)

6/7-7/12 3:00-3:45 p.m. $120/$130 7/19-8/23 3:00-3:45 p.m. $120/$130

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Dance Classes
Center Stage Dance Academy offers a fun and energetic program to develop your child’s dance technique, self-esteem and confidence. Classes are based on age and ability level. If you have any questions as to what class your child should be in, please contact Center Stage Dance Academy at 847-669-2510. Siblings can receive a 10 percent discount but must register in person at the REC Center. Youngest child(ren) should receive the discount. Please note that days and times are subject to change.

Mom & Me

(Ages 2-3 with Parent)

Preschool Plus
(Ages 4-5)
Must have completed one full year of preschool dance. Expand upon ballet and tap technique and learn across the floor movements. REC Center Dance Studio

Come spend some quality time with your child and learn the basics in ballet, tap and creative movement. Your child will need ballet and tap shoes for class. Center Stage Dance Academy—10631 Wolf Dr., Huntley Minimum 6 / Maximum 10

CODE

213900-01 Tue. 6/18-7/23 5:00-5:40 p.m. $60/$70 213900-02 Thur. 6/20-7/25 5:15-5:55 p.m. $40/$50 No classes 7/4 & 7/18

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

CODE CODE

213902-01 Thur. 6/20-7/25 10:45-11:30 a.m. $42/$52 Center Stage Dance Academy—10631 Wolf Dr., Huntley 213902-02 Tue. 6/18-7/23 6:30-7:15 p.m. 213902-03 Wed. 6/19-7/24 5:15-6:00 p.m. No class 7/4, 7/17 & 7/18

DAY DATE(S) DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 12

TIME TIME

FEE FEE

Preschool Dance
(Ages 3-5)
This class offers your young child an introduction to tap, ballet, and creative movement through fun activities and dance routines to some of their favorite songs. Don’t miss out on this opportunity for your youngster to learn and grow within the art of dance. Leotard, tights, ballet & tap shoes are required. Hair must be pulled back at all times. REC Center Dance Studio

$63/$73 $53/$63

Mini-Poppers
(Ages 5+)
For all the little hip hop want-to-be’s this is the class for you. Come out for this fun class and learn how to shake your hips with beginner popping and some jazzy hip-hop moves. Center Stage Dance Academy—10631 Wolf Dr., Huntley

CODE CODE

213901-01 Thur. 6/20-7/25 10:00-10:40 a.m. $40/$50 Center Stage Dance Academy—10631 Wolf Dr., Huntley 213901-02 Mon. 6/17-7/22 213901-03 Tue. 6/18-7/23 213901-04 Thur. 6/20-7/25 No classes 7/4, 7/17 & 7/18

DAY DATE(S) DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 12

TIME FEE TIME FEE

CODE

213903-03 Mon. 6/17-7/22 5:00-5:45 p.m. $63/$73 213903-04 Thur. 6/20-7/25 6:45-7:30 p.m. $42/$52 No classes 7/4 & 7/18

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

10:30-11:10 a.m. $60/$70 5:45-6:25 p.m. $60/$70 6:00-6:40 p.m. $40/$60

Jazz/Tap/Ballet Level 1
(Ages 5-7)
This fun and energetic class will teach the basic techniques in jazz, ballet, and tap along with current dance trends using across the floor and center floor combinations. Don’t miss this chance to sign up for our new weekday dance classes to enrich and entertain your child through dance. Students must have leotard, tights, ballet or jazz shoes and tap shoes. Hair must be pulled back at all times. Center Stage Dance Academy—10631 Wolf Dr., Huntley Minimum 6 / Maximum 15

CODE

213904-01 Mon. 6/17-7/22 5:45-6:45 p.m. $72/$82 213904-02 Wed. 6/19-7/24 6:00-7:00 p.m. $60/$70 No class 7/17

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

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Dance Classes
Center Stage Dance Academy offers a fun and energetic program to develop your child’s dance technique, self-esteem and confidence. Classes are based on age and ability level. If you have any questions as to what class your child should be in, please contact Center Stage Dance Academy at 847-669-2510. Siblings can receive a 10 percent discount but must register in person at the REC Center. Youngest child(ren) should receive the discount. Please note that days and times are subject to change.

Jazz/Tap/Ballet II
(Ages 5-8)
This class builds upon the skills learned in Jazz/Tap/Ballet I. It requires a minimum of one year of Jazz/Tap/Ballet I and teacher approval. Center Stage Dance Academy—10631 Wolf Dr., Huntley Minimum 6 / Maximum 15

Poms Prep Class
(Ages 10+)
Center Stage Dance Academy—10631 Wolf Dr., Huntley Minimum 6 / Maximum 15

CODE

213905-01 Wed. 6/19-7/24 7:00-8:00 p.m. $60/$70 213905-02 Thurs. 6/20-7/25 7:30-8:30 p.m. $48/$58 No class 7/4, 7/17 & 7/18

DAY DATE(S)

TIME

FEE

CODE TIME

213906-01 Mon. 6/17-7/22 6:45-7:45 p.m.

DAY DATE(S) FEE

$72/$82

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Discovery Music Fest
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AN INDEPENDENT SINGER/SONGWRITER MUSIC FESTIVAL

Saturday, July 20, 2013 12:00-10:00 p.m. Deicke Park / REC Center South Lot
About the Discovery Music Fest
The Discovery Music Fest celebrates music and art in all of its forms. It is meant to highlight up and coming singers and songwriters and promotes art appreciation and education. All forms of art will be highlighted at this event with a high emphasis on music. All performers will be showcasing original pieces of work that he or she have written. Performers will consist of groups no bigger than 3 musicians and range from solos, duos and trios. If you are interested in performing, contact Cassandra Vohs-Demann at A Place to Shine Music at aplacetoshinemusic@gmail.com. All vendors must submit an application available at huntleyparks.org/discoverymusicfest. Food vendors, music vendors, and art vendors will be reviewed by a committee for approval. A maximum of 3 food vendors, 10 art vendors (or depending on available space), and 10 music vendors (depending on available space). Vendors will need to review and sign our waiver form and must supply a Certificate of Insurance listing the Huntley Park District as an additional insured. Additional permits may be required.

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Fees

If you have been accepted to participate in the Discovery Music Fest, your vendor fee will be due within 3 weeks of acceptance. If you do not pay your vendor fee, you will lose your spot and the next vendor on the waiting list will be accepted. Refunds will not be issued for cancellations after May 6th. Checks can be made to HUNTLEY PARK DISTRICT. Each vendor will be provideed with a 10’x10’ space. Vendors will be responsible for providing your own tent, tables, chairs, and display materials. You will receive set-up details with your confirmation package. Food and drinks will be provided by vendors. NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES WILL BE ALLOWED AT THIS EVENT. Food and drink items must be approved by the Huntley Park District before sales. Additionally, all health permits will be required along with inspection by the McHenry County Health Department.

Booth Spaces

Application Process

Food and Drinks

Questions?

Contact David Genty at 847-669-3180 x313 or davidg@huntleyparks.org.

SUMMER 2013 PROGRAMS

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Huntley Elite All Stars Cheer

Elite Cheerleading
Registration/Insurance fee: $85/$105 due by June 1, 2013. Uniform fee will range from $240 to $275 and payable upon ordering the uniform. There is no refund for uniforms. Uniform fitting date will be available at the parent’s meeting. MONTHLY FEE: TINY $115.00/month Includes 2 bows, make-up, camp/music/choreography, camp wear and program expenses. (2 hours of cheer and 1 hour of tumbling each week. Includes 4 local cheer competitions. Anticipated practice days are Tuesdays and Thursdays but may change due to facility availability. MINI TO SENIOR $199.00/month Includes 2 bows, make-up, camp/music/choreography, camp wear and program expenses. (4 hours of cheer and 1 hour of tumbling each week. Also includes 8 local cheer competitions. We will have 2 fundraisers throughout the cheer season. Anticipated practice days are Wednesdays and Fridays but may change due to facility. First full monthly fee is due by June 1, 2013. Following monthly fees will be divided into two payments and withdrawn from checking, savings or credit card automatically. Payments will be taken out on the 1st and 15th of each month beginning July 1 and ending on April 15, 2014. There will be a $25 fee for insufficient funds on automatic payments.

All-star cheerleaders are placed into divisions, which are grouped based upon age, size of the team, gender of participants, and ability level! The age levels vary from 18 years and under. The divisions used by the USASF are currently Tiny, Mini, Youth, Junior, and Senior, with Coed, Special Needs, and Open International. There may be different levels in age groups depending upon the number of participants and skill level. We will be offering a great environment to have fun, learn new cheer skills, advance, grow and strive to be the best cheerleader you can be! Team evaluations will be held at Huntley Unlimited Gymnastics School located at 10991 Ruth Road, Huntley, IL. Sunday, May 5 10:00 am - 12:00 pm All Ages Sunday, May 19 2:00-4:00 pm All Ages Please come to evaluations ready to tumble, dance, jump and stunt and please wear a T-shirt, shorts, cheer shoes, socks and hair pulled back and for girls, in a pony tail. No pre-registration is necessary, but please note that you may have to wait to be evaluated. A parent’s meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 6:00pm at the REC Center. Contact HuntleyElite@gmail.com for more information regarding evaluations. Ages as of August 31, 2013 Tiny: age 5 and under and potty trained 213859-01 ..................................................Min. 5 / Max. 32 Mini: age 8 and under 213859-02 ................................................M in. 12 / Max. 32 Youth: age 11 and under 213859-03 ................................................Min. 12 / Max. 32 Junior: age 14 and under 213859-04 ................................................Min. 12 / Max. 32 Senior: age 18 and under 213859-05 ................................................Min. 12 / Max. 32 Mini and up will compete at 8 area competitions throughout the 2013-2014 season! Fees – Do not pay fees until after the evaluations.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION
(Grades entering in the fall) Camp Play-All-Day Kindergarten & 1st Grade Camp Laugh-A-Lot 2nd & 3rd Grade Camp Adventure 4th & 5th Grade REC Teen Camp 6th – 8th Grade

Summer Camps

The Huntley Park District’s Day Camp is the place to be this summer! Campers K-8th Grade will enjoy an abundance of activities to keep them busy all summer long. Camps focus on adventure, friendship, fun, exploration, discovery and safety. The Huntley Park District strives to provide an exciting and unforgettable experience to all the campers each summer! Our goal is to provide fun and safe activities that promote good sportsmanship, creativity and positive selfesteem through activities and special events such as team building, nature exploration, swimming, cooking, indoor/outdoor games, on-site entertainment, field trips, family picnic, variety show and so much more! Counselors are experienced, knowledgeable, caring and trained in First Aid and CPR/AED. No matter what camp you choose for your child, we know they will have a great summer! Summer Camp Registration Information Grades K-8 (Grades entering in the fall) • Each camp session is one week long. • A new theme is incorporated into the activities, projects, outings and games on a special day each session. • Each session contains two swimming days at Stingray Bay and one special event or field trip! • This is both an indoor and outdoor camp. • Field trips, special events, 1 camp T-shirt and afternoon snack/drink are included with your camp fees. • Open to both School District 158 and non-district children. • Registration opens on March 4th for returning camp families and 2012-2013 Extended Time Program participants only. • Registration will open on April 1st for new families and non-E.T. participants. • The first camp session fees are due IN FULL upon registration. • There is also a $15.00 refundable deposit per additional week due at time of registration. (The $15.00 will be used toward the balance due on each session.) • The $15.00 deposit will not be refunded to any cancellations made less than 2 weeks prior to start date. • Remaining camp fees for each additional week are due the Wednesday before each session start date by 5:00pm for staffing and supply purposes. • No refunds will be issued after the start of each camp session unless accompanied by a medical note. • No refunds or credits will be given for days your child does not attend camp. • We are unable to prorate fees for days missed due to illness, vacation, holidays or behavior suspensions. • No rates are provided for less than 5 days.
Location: HPD REC Center, entrance located off of Mill Street Camp start dates may vary depending on the last day of school for District #158. Camp Dates: 6/3-8/16 Camp Hours: 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Camp Fees: $155/$160 per session per child $150/$155 ($5 sibling discount) $125/$130 (Week of July 4th)

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CAMP PLAY-ALL-DAY Field Trips (Kindergarten & 1st Grade) Trips are typically on Wednesdays
Dates Session 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Code Field Trip/Event 6/3-6/7 6/10-6/14 6/17-6/21 6/24-6/28 7/1-7/5* 7/8-7/12 7/15-7/19 7/22-7/26 7/29-8/2 8/5-8/9 502013-KO 502013-K1 502013-K2 502013-K3 502013-K4 502013-K5 502013-K6 502013-K7 502013-K8 502013-K9 502013-LO Monkey Joes, Crystal Lake HPD Onsite: Reptile Show Randall Oaks Zoo & Park, Dundee Santa’s Village Azoosement Park, East Dundee All Camp Dance Party with DJ & Karaoke (Friday) Pump-it-Up, Crystal Lake Woodstock Water Works (Aquatic Facility) Kohl Children’s Museum, Glenview Chuck E. Cheese, Crystal Lake (lunch provided) Veteran Acres Splash Pad & Park, Crystal Lake Inflatables, Cookout & Pool Party

Summer Camps

8/12-8/16 11 *No camp July 4

CAMP LAUGH-A-LOT Field Trips (2nd & 3rd Grade)
Trips are typically on Fridays Code Dates Session 6/3-6/7 6/10-6/14 6/17-6/21 6/24-6/28 7/1-7/5* 7/8-7/12 7/15-7/19 7/22-7/26 7/29-8/2 8/5-8/9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Field Trip/Event Legoland Discovery Center, Schaumburg HPD Onsite: Reptile Show Pump-it-Up, Crystal Lake 502013-CO 502013-C1 502013-C2 502013-C3 502013-C4 502013-C5 502013-C6 502013-C7 502013-C8 502013-C9 502013-DO

ALL CAMP THEME DA YS AND SPEC IAL EVENT S Pirate Adven ture Pajama Cam p Out Wacky Cam p Prom Ice Cream S ocial Tie-Dye Day Hawaiian Lua u Fear Factor Science Ex periments Camp Olym pics Art Show Superhero D ay Variety Sho w Family Picni c Wacky Gam e Show Day

Safari Land Indoor Amusement Park, Villa Park (lunch provided) All Camp Dance Party with DJ & Karaoke WNBA Basketball Game, Allstate Area, Rosement (Wednesday) The Oasis Water Park, Bloomingdale Discovery Center Museum, Rockford Party Fantasy, Mundelein Glo-Bowl Fun Center, Marengo (lunch provided) Inflatable, Cookout & Pool Party

8/12-8/16 11 *No camp July 4 Dates Session 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

CAMP ADVENTURE Field Trips (4th & 5th Grade) Trips are typically on Fridays
Code Field Trip/Event 6/3-6/7 6/10-6/14 6/17-6/21 6/24-6/28 7/1-7/5* 7/8-7/12 7/15-7/19 7/22-7/26 7/29-8/2 8/5-8/9 8/12-8/16
*No camp July 4

502013-AO 502013-A1 502013-A2 502013-A3 502013-A4 502013-A5 502013-A6 502013-A7 502013-A8 502013-A9 502013-BO

Sugar Grove Family Fun Center, Sugar Grove HPD Onsite: Reptile Show Mystic Waters Family Aquatic Center, Des Plaines Paddle Boating/Driving Range, Salt Creek Park District, Palatine All Camp Dance Party with DJ & Karaoke WNBA Basketball Game, Allstate Arena, Rosemont (Wednesday) Crystal Lake Main Beach Shedd Aquarium, Chicago Brunswick Zone Laser Tag, Algonquin Enchanted Castle (lunch provided) Inflatables, Cookout & Pool Party

DID YOU KNOW?

Field Trip location and dates are subject to change.

Children can be registered in both a summer camp program and special interest program if located at the REC Center or Stingray Bay. If the program starts and ends during camp hours, your child’s camp counselor will escort him/her to and from the location of the program. If the program ends after camp hours, parents/ guardians are responsible for picking up their children from the program.

For more information on Kindergarten – 8th Grade Camps contact Heather Matteson, Recreation Supervisor-ET/Camp at (847) 669-3180 x316 and heather@huntleyparks.org or Todd Weber, Recreation Coordinator, at (847) 669-3180 ext. 312 and Todd@huntleyparks.org.

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REC Teen Camp

Summer Camps

(ENTERING GRADES 6TH-8TH IN THE FALL) WHAT MAKES TEEN CAMP FUN:
EVERYTHING! Year after year our teens return for the summer, and every year we get new teens coming week after week to see what all their friends are talking about. The Huntley Park District Teen Camp is specially designed for 6th – 8th graders so they not only have a blast throughout the summer, but grow and make lasting friendships too. Outside activities, teamwork building games, tons of sports and great field trips are just some of the things we do during our Teen Camp. Even if the weather is bad, our counselors put on movie days, gym-wide games, and even bring in outside entertainment to fill the day. No matter what the weather or what day of the week, Teen Camp will make for a fun and memorable summer! Field trip locations and dates are subject to change. Drop-off and pick-up is in the HPD REC Center Multipurpose Room. Session 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Dates 6/3-6/7 6/10-6/14 6/17-6/21 6/24-6/28 7/1-7/5* 7/8-7/12 7/15-7/19 7/22-7/26 7/29-8/2 8/5-8/9 8/12-8/16 Code 502013-T0 502013-T1 502013-T2 502013-T3 502013-T4 502013-T5 502013-T6 502013-T7 502013-T8 502013-T9 502013-U0 Field Trip/Special Event Onsite Inflatables (lunch included) Museum of Science & Industry Lincoln Park Zoo Paddle Boating/Driving Range Onsite-Game-it-Up (lunch included) WNBA Basketball Game (Wednesday) Camp Olympics at Lisle Park District Crystal Lake Main Beach Enchanted Castle (lunch included) Magic Waters Water Park Inflatables, Cookout & Pool Party at Stingray Bay

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*No camp on July 4th

Tuesday, May 28

6-8 p.m.

Grades K-8th

(does not include Camp Seedlings)

Question/Answer Session, Review Camp Parent Handbook, Meet the Counselors, Swim Testing, Door Prizes, Concessions, Swimming & Family Fun!
RSVP to todd@huntleyparks.org by Friday, May 24, 2013 and receive a FREE HPD Tote Bag (1 per registered camper), a FREE hotdog and a Door Prize entry for each family member attending. Please bring a photo of your child with their name marked on the back to the parent orientation that we may keep. This picture will be kept by your child’s counselor with the camper’s information cards that are taken on field trips for safety precautions. Parent’s Night will be held in the REC Center Cafeteria in case of inclement weather.

Frequently Asked Questions from Parents About Summer Camp Q: What does my child need to bring to camp every day? A: Water bottle, sunscreen, bug spray, swim suit, towel, lunch Q: Do the campers go swimming at camp? A: Yes, campers will go swimming at least twice a week. Please pack a swim suit, towel and sun block every day. Swim days are subject to change without notice.

Q: Do the campers go on a field trip each week? A: Campers will either go on a field trip or a special event will be held onsite at the HPD each week. Q: Where is camp drop-off/pick-up? A: Camp drop-off and pick-up is held in the HPD REC Center from 6:309:00am and 3:00-6:00pm at the Mill Street entrance. Please contact your child’s camp if you are dropping off or picking up outside of these scheduled times.

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Extended Time 2013-2014 Before & After School Recreation Program
Extended Time (ET) is a quality supervised recreation program offered to children who are enrolled in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Activities include homework time, gym games, outdoor play, arts and crafts, and more. An afternoon snack and drink is provided daily. Both before and after school programs are available at the following locations: • Chesak Elementary School • Conley Elementary School • Leggee Elementary School • Mackeben Elementary School • Martin Elementary School

Extended Time
School Year Monthly Fees
Please note that all institute, in-service and holidays are not included with your monthly ET rate for the 2013-2014 school year.

5 Days a Week AM Only PM Only AM/PM 4 Days a Week AM Only PM Only AM/PM 3 Days a Week AM Only PM Only AM/PM Extended Plus 5 Days 6:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. 4 Days 3 days

First Child $170/month $210/month $310/month First Child $153/month $188/month $277/month First Child $126/month $150/month $222/month First Child $45/month $34/month $23/month

Second Child $165/month $200/month $300/month Second Child $148/month $178/month $268/month Second Child $121/month $140/month $212/month Second Child $35/month $29/month $20/month

Program Hours: AM 6:30 a.m. to the start of school PM After School until 6:00 p.m. Extended 6:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. for an additional fee. There is no E.T. Program on days that School District #158 is not in session. The Huntley Park District will offer School’s Out Activity Days on certain non-school days and holidays for an additional fee. Winter Break and Spring Break Camps will also be available at an additional cost. Registration must be on an ET Registration Form. A $55 nonrefundable registration fee and the first month’s payment is due when registering. No online or phone registrations. REGISTRATION ENDS ON AUGUST 9, 2013 OR WHEN THE PROGRAM IS FULL, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST. Due to the high demand and limited space, a 15% cancellation fee will be charged for all cancellations. Registration fee and first month’s payment is due at registration. Please contact Heather Matteson at 847-669-3180 x316 with any questions.

ONCE REGISTERED, MONTHLY PAYMENTS CAN BE MADE ONLINE. CALL (847) 669-3180 EXT. 0 TO SET UP A HOUSEHOLD ACCOUNT. Extended Time Monthly Fees The $55.00 registration fee and first month payment is due at time of registration. There are 8 monthly payments beginning September 5th through April 5th (9 payments total) with a late fee of $10 if not paid by the 15th of each month. Payments are accepted at the HPD REC Center and online once you have set up an HPD Household Account Username/Password.

Registration is open for current ET participants. Registration for NEW ET families begins on April 15th.

Extended Time Punch Pass

(Grades K-5) Does your job have you on a schedule that often changes and puts your child care needs in a bind? We have something just for you! We are now offering a 10-day Punch Pass at each school site. The passes can be used for either the AM, PM or AM & PM Extended Plus on regular school days! There is one time an annual registration fee of $55. Once registered you need to inform the Extended Time Recreation Supervisor, ET Site Supervisor and child’s school at least 24 hours prior to program attendance. The passes are non-refundable and non-transferable. Passes expire on the last day of the school year. There will be a limit of 10 participants per site. Parents will be notified when their Punch Pass has been completed.

Payment must be made in full prior to use. DAY Days school is in session TIME 6:30 am – school start time and or After school to 6:30 pm FEE $200

1 punch on the card will be used per day, per child. Punch Passes will not be accepted on days in which a regular school day is not in session. This includes holidays, non-attendance, Institute, and snow days. Please note that all institute, in-service and holidays are not included with your monthly ET rate for the school year.

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Horseback Riding
(Ages 7-12)

Special Interest
(Ages 4-6)

Under the Microscope
Guess what we discover under the microscope? Together we will explore a whole new world of learning and excitement. Using a child-friendly digital microscope, students will explore the concepts of magnification, science, nature study & digital editing. REC Center Magnolia Room Minimum 6 / Maximum 10

Come spend your summer mornings with horses! A fun half day camp that includes: riding, basic horse care, such as grooming and tacking, arts and crafts, and games to improve riding skills. This is a beginner level program to introduce horsemanship and horse care to children 7 years to 12 years. Be sure to pack a snack and bring water! Hard soled shoes with a small heel and long pants are required for riding. Regulation hard hats are available. Indian Hills Training Center, 16N503 Powers Rd., Gilberts Minimum 3 / Maximum 10 Horsemanship 213800-01 Tue. 6/18-7/16 4:30-5:30 p.m. $125/$150 213800-02 Tue. 7/23-8/20 4:30-5:30 p.m. $125/$150 no classes 7/9 & 8/9 Riding Camp 213800-03 M-F 6/10-6/14 9:00-1:00 p.m. $250/$300 213800-04 M-F 7/8-7/12 9:00-1:00 p.m. $250/$300 213800-05 M-F 8/5-8/9 9:00-1:00 p.m. $250/$300

CODE

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3:00-4:00 p.m. $53

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Lights, Camera, Action... Superheroes!
(Ages 8-12)
Villains won’t stand a chance when we team up your crime fighting Superheroes! Join us as we summon writer, directors and editor to make our own super movie. Working teams to create our own story and script, create your own background scenes and film our own movie, using your own characters, we’ll help to stop crime in our movie city. All students will get a copy of their movie for home screenings, after class is complete. REC Center Magnolia Room

Youth Magic with the Magic Team of Gary Kantor
(Ages 5-12)
Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn a collection of fascinating and mesmerizing tricks! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mindreading, and more. While the tricks may appear difficult, you’ll discover that they are quick to learn and easy to perform. All materials are provided, and each child receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn tricks that are age-appropriate. Children can sign up again and again since each session has brand new tricks. Classes are taught by the Magic Team of Gary Kantor. REC Center Willow Room

CODE

213511-01 M-TH 6/24-6/27

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Minimum 6 / Maximum 10 3:00-4:30 p.m. $79

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Monsters, Inc. Claymation
(Ages 6-8)
Clay and animation- what a perfect combination! Working in teams, students do it all- from story creation to making the characters and sets. As they learn the production process, they will animate record, download, assemble and edit their own movies. Fun, learning and excitement go hand-in-hand in this special class. All students will get a copy of their movie, after class is complete. REC Center Magnolia Room

CODE

213830-01 Thur. 7/18

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Minimum 5 / Maximum 25 6:45-7:40 p.m. $20/$30

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213512-01 M-TH 7/8-7/11

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Minimum 6 / Maximum 10 3:00-4:30 p.m. $79

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FEE

Geocaching

Digital Music Producer
(Ages 10-14)
Do you want to be the next Dr. Dre or Timbaland? Hip Hop, Rock n Roll, Ballads or Reggae… as we collaborate, write the music and lay down the tracks to create your own tune! This course will have you creating music in a heartbeat…whether you edit sounds, use instruments, and vocals or write music note by note, with over 5000 sounds and your imagination, the musical possibilities are endless! REC Center Magnolia Room

It’s “catching” on. Geocaching is an entertaining adventure for GPS users, and a great way to get to know your community and other communities. Caches are located all throughout the world and two of them are located in Deicke and Betsey Warrington Parks. GPS users can use location coordinates to find the caches. To find out additional information, go to www. geocaching.com. GPS systems are available from the Public Library. Please contact them at 847-669-5386 for additional information.

CODE

213513-01 T/TH 7/23-8/1

DAY DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 10 3:00-4:30 p.m. $79

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Pop-In Playtime
(Ages 2-12)
Bring the kids to play on our over-sized, fun-filled inflatables! Promote social development and physical fitness while bouncing, sliding, climbing, and jumping at Pump It Up. Check online calendar for more dates. Pump It Up, 1095 Pingree Road #114, Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Minimum 5 / Maximum 30 213151-01 Mon. 6/10 213151-02 Tue. 6/25 213151-03 Wed. 7/3

Jump N Art Camp at Pump It Up
(Ages 4-12 without parent)
Let the kids bounce off our walls this summer! Pump It Up is the ultimate inflatable fun zone, where kids can climb, bounce, and tumble their way to fitness and fun. The huge arenas allow children to interact and exercise in a safe and secure environment that promotes fun for everyone. After an invigorating play session, kids will relax in the party room, where lunch will be provided. The end of each day will feature various art projects designed to stimulate your child’s youthful creativity. Pump It Up’s climate-controlled facility and friendly staff offers a fun and safe alternative to beat the heat this summer. A signed waiver and socks are required for all participants. Pump It Up, 1095 Pingree Road #114, Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Minimum 5 / Maximum 30 213150-01 M-TH 7/8-7/11 11:00-2:00 p.m. $79/$89 213150-02 M-TH 7/22-7/25 11:00-2:00 p.m. $79/$89 213150-03 M-TH 8/5-8/8 11:00-2:00 p.m. $79/$89

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Jump N’ Meal Deal
(Ages 2-12)
Bring the kids to jump, and we will give each child a coupon for a FREE kid’s meal at one of our Jump Rewards Partners, including Noodles & Company, Colonial Cafe, Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Robin and more. Check online calendar for more dates. (Meal coupons subject to availability and vary by event.) Pump It Up, 1095 Pingree Road #114, Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Minimum 5 / Maximum 30 213152-01 Thur. 6/20 213152-02 Thur. 7/18 213152-03 Thur. 8/1

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DAY DATE(S)

5:30-7:00 p.m. $8 5:30-7:00 p.m. $8 5:30-7:00 p.m. $8

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Kiddie Kickers

Athletics

(Age 4 by 9/1/13 and not in Kindergarten for 2013-2014 school year)

Fall Soccer

(Ages 6-14; see chart below)

Kiddie Kickers is a basic introduction to the game of soccer. This instructional program is designed for children to learn the fundamentals of the game. Shin guards are required. All participants will receive a shirt and soccer socks. Volunteer coaches are needed. Registration deadline is July 22 or when maximum enrollment is reached. Coaches should be contacting players by August 9 with team information. Team assignments will be available at www.hpdsports. org starting on August 10. There will be an additional $15 fee added to any registrations which can still be accepted after the July 22 registration deadline. The fall sports parents meeting day will take place on Saturday, August 10. Various Huntley Park District Soccer Fields Minimum 48 / Maximum 168

CODE

213200-01 Tues. 8/20-10/8 5:30-6:30 p.m. $45/$68

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FEE

Open to all boys and girls with a desire to learn soccer, have fun, and learn the importance of commitment and teamwork. Games will be played on Saturdays and practices will be scheduled for 1-2 weeknights, depending on your division. There may be some weeknight games necessary due to weather cancellations or divisions with an odd number of teams. Participants are required to have shin guards. Volunteer coaches are needed. Weeknight practice times will be determined by the volunteer coach. Registration deadline is Monday, July 22 or when maximum enrollments are reached. Coaches should be contacting players by August 9 with team information. Team assignments will be available at www.hpdsports.org starting on August 10. There will be a $15 late registration charge for any space-available registrations accepted after this date. Children who require glasses must have protective sports goggles for the safety of all participants. Players may not participate with regular eyeglasses. Various Athletic Fields Dates: Players should be contacted by their coach no later than August 9. Weeknight practices begin the week of August 12. The fall sports parents meeting day will take place on Saturday, August 10. Games will also be played each Saturday from September 7 to October 26. Various Huntley Park District Soccer Fields Minimum 48 / Maximum 168 213202-01 213203-01 213204-01 213205-01 213206-01 213207-01 213208-01 213209-01 213210-01

Kinder Soccer

(Kindergarten for 2013-2014 school year)

Participants will begin to prepare themselves for the next level! This program still focuses on the fundamentals of soccer. Each participant will receive a shirt and soccer socks. Shin guards are required. Volunteer coaches are needed. Registration deadline is July 22 or when maximum enrollment is reached. Coaches should be contacting players by August 9 with team information. Team assignments will be available at www.hpdsports.org starting on August 10. There will be an additional $15 fee added to any registrations which can still be accepted after the July 22 registration deadline. The fall sports parents meeting day will take place on Saturday, August 10. Various Huntley Park District Soccer Fields Minimum 48 / Maximum 168

CODE

213201-01 M & W 8/19-10/9 5:30-6:30 p.m. $50/$75 No activities 9/2

CODE

DAY

DATE(S) TIME

FEE

U8 Coed U10 Boys U10 Girls U12 Boys U12 Girls U14 Boys U14 Girls U16 Girls U19 Girls

DIVISION

8/1/05-7/31/07 8/1/03-7/31/05 8/1/03-7/31/05 8/1/01-7/31/03 8/1/01-7/31/03 8/1/99-7/31/01 8/1/99-7/31/01 8/1/97-7/31/99 8/1/94-7/31/97

BIRTHDATE

FEE

$80/$120 $90/$135 $90/$135 $90/$135 $90/$135 $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150 $100/$150

Friendship Requests

Friendship requests are now completed at the time you register your child. When registering your child, you will be asked the name of one (and only) one friend that you would like to have your child placed with. In order for this request to be honored, that friend must also list your child as their one, and only one, friend request when they complete their registration. This is available for both in-office, fax, or online registration. Any requests that are not matched or involve more than two total players will not be honored.

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Athletics
JUNIOR RED RAIDERS FAST PITCH SOFTBALL
The Huntley Park District is pleased to offer the Junior Red Raiders Fast Pitch Softball program. This program is designed as a year-round travel team environment for girls looking to challenge themselves beyond our spring/summer recreational league play. Travel softball operates on an August 1st-July 31st season. For the 2013-2014 season we hope to offer teams at the 10 & Under, 12 & Under, 13 & Under, 14 & Under, 16 & Under, and 18 & Under age groups. A players age is defined as the age the player will be on January 1, 2014. Tryouts for teams will be held in early August at the Tomaso Sports Park. Details on the August tryouts will be posted on the web at www.hpdsports.org and also available at the REC Center starting on June 1st. If you would like any additional information or have any questions about the information once it is released you can contact the HPD Athletics office at athletics@huntleyparks.org or at 847-669-3180 ext. 317.

Adult Volleyball Drop-In & Open Gym Basketball
(Ages 18+)
No records, no prizes, we’re just playing for bragging rights. Join your friends, neighbors, and your spouse for casual dropin volleyball or basketball. Become a fitness center member to play for free! You must be a Park District resient or a Fitness Center Member to participate in Monday night open basketball. Please bring ID to verify residency. REC Center

Basketball Mon. 7:00-9:00 p.m. Volleyball Wed. 7:00-9:00 p.m. There is no cost for Fitness Center members.

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DAY

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FEE

Summer Volleyball Camp
(Grades 4th-High School in Fall)
Bump, set, and spike your way through this fun volleyball skills camp. Take this opportunity to learn and improve your volleyball techniques. This camp will get everyone ready for the upcoming volleyball season! Registration deadline is July 22nd. Each participant will receive a t-shirt. Typically beginner are grades 4 and 5, intermediate is grades 6 and 7, and advanced is grades 8-12. The instructor can help in determining if a change in level is appropriate after the first session. REC Center Gym

RUN!

READY, SET,

(Ages 8-13)

Ready, Set, Run! is a character-building running program that trains kids ages 8-13 to participate in a 5K run. This curriculum-based program equips kids with the physical training and goal-setting mentality needed to accomplish their running goals. Issues like enhancing confidence and self-esteem, respecting authority, dealing with peer pressure, and fueling their bodies through proper nutrition are covered during the 12 week session. Above all, kids have a blast seeing what they are capable of achieving. The group will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting on Thursday, May 30th and ending Thursday, August 22nd. We will not meet on Thursday, July 4th. Meeting times will be 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM in the REC Center Gym Lobby. However, please note that the first three sessions (5/30, 6/3, and 6/5 will be held from 5:00-6:30 p.m. since school will not yet be out. The program will culminate with each child’s participation in a special 5K event through Warrington Park and the Lion’s Chase subdivision on Saturday, August 24th. Participants will also receive a Ready, Set, Run! Participant Workbook and a Ready, Set, Run! T-shirt at the start of the program. REC Center Gym Lobby Minimum 8 / Maximum 40 CODE DAY DATE(S) TIME FEE 213331-01 Tu/Th 5/30-8/22* 7:30 – 9:00 a.m.** $80/$120 *No class 7/4 ** Will meet 5:00-6:30 PM on 5/30, 6/4, and 6/6.

CODE

213280-01 Beg. M-F 7/29-8/9 213280-02 Intermed. M-F 7/29-8/9 213280-03 Adv. M-F 7/29-8/9

LEVELS DAY DATE(S) TIME

Minimum 8 / Maximum 20
4:30-6:00 p.m. $90/$135 6:00-7:30 p.m. $90/$135 7:30-9:00 p.m. $90/$135

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SKYHAWKS SPORTS
Skyhawks provides a wide variety of fun, safe and positive programs that emphasize critical lessons in sports and life, such as teamwork, respect and sportsmanship. Our programs are designed to give each child a positive introduction into sports while fostering a lifelong love for an active, healthy lifestyle. Our patient and knowlegable staff use a variety of skill-building games and activities to give each athlete a complete understanding and overview of the sport. Since 1979 Skyhawks has taught over one million boys and girls life lessons through sports. Please view our website at www. skyhawks.com for further information.

Skyhawk Mini Flag Football Camp
(Age 5-6)
This Flag Football program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics and football. The essentials of flag football are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our football games and activities were designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks staff are trained to handle the specific needs of young athletes. All participants receive a t-shirt, ball and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 8:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. Warrington Park Sports Fields

Skyhawk Flag Football Camp
(Age 7-12)
Skyhawks Flag Football is the perfect program for young athletes who want a complete introduction to “America’s Game” or for those who simply want to brush up on their skills in preparation for league play. Through our “skill of the day” activities, campers will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or defensive positioning – all presented in a fun and positive environment. Skyhawks Flag Football is recommended for beginning to intermediate athletes. The week ends with the Skyhawks Super Bowl, giving participants a chance to showcase their skills on the gridiron! All participants receive a t-shirt, football, and player evaluation. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 12:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. Warrington Park Sports Fields

213293-02 M-F 6/17-6/21 12:30 -3:30 p.m. $109/$163

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Minimum 15 / Maximum 24

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Skyhawk Beginning Golf - SNAG
(Age 5-9)
Skyhawks Golf focuses on building the confidence of young athletes by teaching proper technique to refine essential skills of the game. Golf is a challenging and lifelong sport, so young athletes need proper focus on the fundamentals of form, swinging, putting, and body positioning. To assist in this training, Skyhawks has adopted the SNAG (Starting New At Golf) system to its curriculum. SNAG utilizes a set of equipment designed for beginning golfers, including oversized plastic club heads and “mini tennis balls” to help build confidence and to have fun. Developed by PGA professionals, SNAG is specifically designed for the entry-level player; SNAG simplifies instruction so that young players can make an easy and effective transition onto the golf course. No need to bring your own clubs--all equipment is provided. We keep the instructor-to-camper ratio low, resulting in limited availability. These programs fill up quickly. All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 8:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. Warrington Park Sports Fields

CODE

213293-01 M-F 6/17-6/21

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9:00-12:00 p.m $109/$163

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Minimum 15 / Maximum 24

FEE

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213332-01 M-F 6/24-6/28

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1:00-4:00 p.m. $109/$163

TIME

Minimum 15 / Maximum 24

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Skyhawk Mini-Hawk Camp
(Age 4-7)
This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of baseball, basketball and soccer are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our Mini-Hawk games and activities were designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/ eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks staff are trained to handle the specific needs of young athletes. All participants receive a t-shirt, ball and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 8:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. Note: Participants who are also attending Pre-School Camp during this week should pack a sack lunch. Supervised lunch will be provided by the Pre-School staff from 12:00-1:00 PM for children enrolled in both Pre-School Camp and the Mini-Hawk program at no additional charge. These children will then be taken to Mini-Hawk by the Pre-School staff and parents will sign them out from Mini-Hawk Camp. Grade K-2 Summer Camp participants will be escorted between Summer Camp and Mini-Hawk Camp by Summer Camp staff. Warrington Park Sports Fields

Junk Ball Slam

Junk Ball Slam is Huntley Park District’s new whiffle ball tournament. This event will take place on Saturday, July 27th at Tomaso Sports Park (Rain out date is Sunday, July 28th). Game times will depend on the number of teams signed up, and may include championship and potentially other games under the lights. Sign up your team of 4-6 players for a day full of fast paced, homerun hitting action. Fields will have 45 ft. base paths with a home run distance of between 80’-100’. Three players, including the pitcher play the field each half inning with unlimited substitutions and everyone is in the batting order. Games will be 6 innings with a 50 minute time limit. Each team is guaranteed to play at least 3 games. Tournament format will depend on the number of teams entered. Official “Junk Ball” equipment will be provided on site by HPD for game play. There will be 4 divisions of competition; Jr. High (Fall 2013 Grades 6-8), High School (Fall 2013 Grades 9-12), Adult (Age 18+) and Mixed (Roster must have at least 2 players age 14 or under). Every attempt will be made to try to accommodate the game schedules of those wishing to participate in more than one division. Each division will have awards for 1st and 2nd place, as well as an award for the Home Run King, including separate youth and adult Home Run Kings for the Mixed division. Team captains can sign up their team at the REC Center or online at www.huntleyparks.org. Teams that enter prior to July 8th will receive a tournament t-shirt for each of their team players. Game rules can be found at www.hpdsports.org. REC Center

CODE

213255-01 M-F

DAY DATE

7/15-7/19

1:00-4:00 p.m. $109/$163

TIME

Minimum 15 / Maximum 24

FEE

Skyhawk Tiny-Hawk Camp
(Age 3.5-4)
The essentials of Soccer and Basketball are introduced in a fun and safe environment with lots of encouragement. Campers must be between 42 and 48 months of age and toilet trained in order to participate. Children will learn balance, body movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development through a series of sport-specific games tailored to their attention spans. Our staff are trained to handle the specific needs of these young athletes. Go to www.skyhawks.com for more detailed information and sample schedules. All participants receive a merit award. The participant-tocoach ratio is approximately 6:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. Warrington Park Sports Fields

CODE

213256-01 M-F

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7/15-7/19 12:00-1:00 p.m. $65/$97

DATE

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Minimum 12 / Maximum 16

FEE

213333-01 Jr. H Sat 213333-02 HS Sat 213333-03 Adult Sat 213333-04 Mixed Sat

CODE

AGE DAY DATE TIME
7/27 7/27 7/27 7/27 TBA TBA TBA TBA

$120 $120 $120 $120

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Run Thru The Sun
8th Annual

Sunday, June 2, 2013
7:30 a.m. 9:15 a.m. 5K Run/Walk & 10K Kids (14 and Under) 1-Mile Little Kids (6 and under) 100 meter dash

Race Start/Finish: 12555 F arm Hill Drive, Huntley, IL 60142

The scenic course take runners through the Del Webb/Sun City neighborhoods, which feature beautiful landscapes, wide streets, good pavement, and minimal traffic.
Free entry to Stingray Bay Aquatic Center for all participants and their families following the race. Stay, swim, and play all day! USATF certified 5K and 10K race course Bib-chip timing – instant and accurate results On-site CrossFit workout...thank you CrossFit Huntley! Dry-fit style t-shirts for all pre-registered 5K, 10K, and 1-mile participants. Groups of 25 or more get their own t-shirt color. Show off your organization/group ‘espirit de corps.’ Let the Race Director know if you are a group leader.

Register online at www.active.com or visit our website to print and mail your registration at www.huntleyyouthsports.com.
5K/10K: Through April, $20; May-June $25 Kids 1-Mile: $15 anytime • Kids Dash: $5 anytime Race Director: Jen Yuchasz 847-754-5841, huntleyyouthsports@gmail.com
HYSO would like to thank all of our sponsors for their continued support, with special thanks to our 7 years running Platinum Sponsor, Moffett Physical Therapy!

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Pro Player Sports Academy
(Ages 3-6)
With a variety of sports to choose from, your child can develop new interests. This four week program will teach the basics of different sports. The program will cover the basics of basketball, soccer, and t-ball/baseball in a fun and safe environment. The instructors from Pro Player have been working with kids in McHenry County for over seven years and include several former professional athletes. Program may go outside; weather permitting. REC Center Gym 213257-01 213257-02 213257-03 213257-04

Start Smart Sports

Start Smart Sports is a series of sports programs developed through the National Alliance of Youth Sports. Parents and children participate together in these programs under the supervision of a program instructor. START SMART BASEBALL is a developmentally appropriate introductory baseball program for children 3-5 years old. The program prepares children for organized tee ball, baseball and softball in a fun, non-threatening environment. Start Smart Baseball prepares children and their parents for organized baseball and softball without the threat of competition or the fear of getting hurt. Age appropriate equipment from Franklin Sports® and Hasbro® is used in teaching, throwing, catching, batting, running and agility. The first class is attended by only the parent and will be held in the Cosman Theater in the REC Center. Registration deadline is June 3. Warrington Park

CODE

Tue. Tue. Tue. Tue.

DAY

5/7-5/28 6/4-6/25 7/2-7/23 8/6-8/27

DATE

Minimum 5 / Maximum 12 11:00-11:50 a.m. 11:00-11:50 a.m. 11:00-11:50 a.m. 11:00-11:50 a.m.

TIME

$40/$60 $40/$60 $40/$60 $40/$60

FEE

Pro Player Tiny Tot Basketball
(Ages 3-6)
Dribble, pass, and shoot! Your child will learn the basics of basketball. Portable hoops will be used for classes with smaller-sized basketballs. REC Center Gym 213258-01 213258-02 213258-03 213258-04

213252-01 Mon. 6/10-7/22 6:00-7:00 p.m. 213252-02 Thur. 6/6-7/25 6:00-7:00 p.m. No Thursday class 7/4

CODE

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DATE

Minimum 5 / Maximum 20

TIME

$40/$60 $40/$60

FEE

CODE

Tues. Tues. Tues. Tues.

DAY

5/7-5/28 6/4-6/25 7/2-7/23 8/6-8/27

DATE

Minimum 5 / Maximum 12

Flag Football

12:00-12:50 p.m. $40/$60 12:00-12:50 p.m. $40/$60 12:00-12:50 p.m. $40/$60 12:00-12:50 p.m. $40/$60

TIME

FEE

(Ages 6-13 as of 9/1/13)

New expanded age groups for the 2013 season will include 12 and 13 year old players. Join us for non-contact, 5-on-5 flag football. Games and practices will emphasize basic football skills. Participants will begin to learn about different formations, pass patterns, and different types of defense. Jerseys and flags will be provided. Volunteer coaches are needed! Weekday practice times will be determined by the volunteer coach. Coaches will be contacting the players on their team no later than August 8. Registration deadline is Monday, July 22 or when maximum enrollment is reached. There will be a $15 late registration charge for any space-available registrations accepted after this date. The fall sports parents meeting day will take place on Saturday, August 10th. Weeknight practices begin the week of August 12th and day/time varies by team. Games on Saturdays, September 7th to October 26th. Children who require glasses must have protective sports goggles for the safety of all participants. Players may not participate with regular eyeglasses. Various HPD Athletic Fields

Pro Player Instructional T-Ball
(Ages 3-6)
The road to the Major Leagues runs through the Huntley Park District. Your child will be introduced to the basics of t-ball: throwing, hitting, fielding, and base running. Program may go outside; weather permitting. REC Center Gym Lobby 213259-01 213259-02 213259-03 213259-04

CODE

Tues. Tues. Tues. Tues.

DAY

5/7-5/28 6/4-6/25 7/2-7/23 8/6-8/27

DATE

Minimum 5 / Maximum 12 1:00-1:50 p.m 1:00-1:50 p.m 1:00-1:50 p.m. 1:00-1:50 p.m.

TIME

$40/$60 $40/$60 $40/$60 $40/$60

FEE

We

Our Volunteers!

CODE

213290-01 6-7 Year Olds $90/$135 213291-01 8-10 Year Olds $90/$135 213292-01 11-13 Year Olds $90/$135

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Minimum 40 / Maximum 120

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Heat United Travel Soccer Team
(Ages 7-17)
Tryouts for the 2013-2014 season of the Heat United Soccer Club will take place in late May and early June at the Carl Tomaso Sports Park (check www.heatunited.com for exact dates). More Heat United registration information can also be found at www.heatunited.com under the tryout tab. All information regarding tryouts, fees, and registration instructions will be posted at www. heatunited.com. The Heat United Soccer Club is a member of the IYSA (Illinois youth Soccer Association), NISL (Northern Illinois Soccer Laegue), IWSL (Illinois Women’s Soccer League) and the YSSL (Young Sportsman’s Soccer League.) We comply within the KIDSAFE guidelines. All of our coaches are certified through the IYSA (Illinois Youth Soccer Association) and are dedicated to developing the overall soccer player. The Heat United Soccer Club is a year-round program. The fall season is from August through November and the spring season is from April through June. There is also an indoor training season provided during the winter months, which runs from January to March. Dues for the club vary by age group and will be published on www.heatunited.com, when available. There are discounts for this program for families with more than one player. The club fees include professional training, fall and spring seasons, two tournaments and other costs associated with running the club (referees, field usage/ maintenance, insurance, etc.) There is also an additional uniform fee that purchases home and away jerseys, shorts, socks, and practice shirt. Questions can be directed to the club president, John O’Donnell, at president@heatunited. com. DIVISIONS DETERMINED BY CHILD’S AGE ON AUG. 1, 2013. U8 Academy for Boys & Girls Boys U9 Girls U9 Boys U10 Girls U10 Boys U11 Girls U11 Boys U12 Girls U12 Boys U13 Girls U13 Boys U14 Girls U14 Boys U15 Girls U15 Boys U16 Girls U16 Fees have not been determined at the time of printing. Check www.heatunited.com for fee information.

Tomaso Sports Park Improvements
2012 brought many new changes to Tomaso Sports Park, but there is still more to do. In addition to the work completed in 2012, there will be more exciting additions for 2013. Completed in 2012: • • • • • • • Construction of a Maintenance & Storage Garage Installation of Field Lighting on Culver’s Field, Chiro One Field, TSP A, and TSP C Installation of Parking Lot Lighting Construction of a new playground area Installation of a permanent bathroom facility Installation of lighting in the Plaza (playground, bathroom, and future concession areas) Preliminary site work for Plaza, including electrical, water, and sewer hookups for concession area

Planned for 2013: • Construction of onsite garbage and recycling collection area, new garbage receptacles, and a new recycling program • Installation of Four 24’X24’ shelters in the Plaza area, including seat walls, picnic tables, bag drop area, lighting, and power outlets in each • Completion of paver brick and crushed granite surface in the Plaza area • Completion of landscaping of Plaza area, including soccer, baseball, and softball player statues • Expansion of parking area with both new hard surface and grass parking spaces • Completion of outfield fencing on TSP A and TSP C • Continued work on the completion of the irrigation system

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Lacrosse Orientation–FREE
(Grades K-12)
Interested in the sport of Lacrosse? Learn the basics of lacrosse in this free orientation. Throwing, catching, passing and shooting will be covered. Sticks, balls and equipment will be provided. Players will be grouped by age. Instructor: Phil Ryan, Huntley High School Lacrosse Staff Tomaso Sports Park Minimum 10 / Maximum 100

Co-Rec Adult Softball League
(Ages 18+)
Our league uses a 14” mush ball (gloves are optional). If we have enough teams, we will try to split into two divisions, competitive and recreational. To register, the team captain should come in and pay the non-refundable season deposit. Games willbegin July 13th and continue through the end of September with a post-season tournament to follow. Please contact Jeff Ryder at jeff@huntleyparks.org or (847)669-3180 ext. 317 for more information. Registration Deadline: Monday, June 24th or when maximum enrollment is reached. A nonrefundable deposit of $100 is due at the time of registration. The balance will be due prior to the season start date. Team captains will be notified with league information after July 1st. Tomaso Sports Park

CODE

213320-01 W

DAY

5/29

DATE(S) TIME

6:00-7:30 p.m.

FREE

FEE

Lacrosse Camp
(Grades K-9)
Huntley High School varsity lacrosse coach, Phil Ryan and his staff offer a great opportunity to participate in one of the fastest growing sports in America. Coach Ryan has coached lacrosse for over 20 years including experience at the college and pro levels. He has won 2 Illinois State HS Championships and was named Illinois HS Coach of the Year. This camp is for both beginner and experienced players. Let the Huntley High School Lacrosse Coaching Staff teach you the basic fundamentals necessary to becoming a successful player. Our coaches are here to help players develop the skills needed to compete and elevate their game to the next level.  During each session players will learn a history of the game, core mechanics, shooting, passing, defense, and team philosophies. Sticks, balls and protective equipment will be provided. All participants are required to bring a mouth guard and water, and boys need to wear a protective cup. Players will be grouped by age and skill. Instructor: Phil Ryan, Huntley High School Lacrosse Staff Tomaso Sports Park Minimum 10 / Maximum 100 213321-01 M-TH 6/10-6/13 213321-02 M-TH 7/8-7/11

CODE

213239-01 SA 7/13-9/21 & Post Season $600/team* *Team fee includes 10 non-resident players; additional nonresident players are $10 each.

DAY

DATE(S)

Minimum 6 / Maximum 16

FEE

CODE

DAY

DATE(S)

4:30-7:00 p.m. $95 4:30-7:00 p.m. $95

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Disc Golf
(Ages 18+)

Disc Golf

Combine the fun of throwing a flying disc with the challenge of golf, and you get disc golf! This activity is fun for participants of any age and ability. Join Mike Kutella as he provides you with information on the history and development of Disc Golf, the rules and regulations, proper techniques, and more! Whether you are a beginner or an experienced player, Mike Kutella will lead with hands on instructions to help you take your skills to the next level. Each session will consist of 6 lessons. The first 5 lessons will consist of an hour instruction period by Mike Kutella followed by 45-60 minutes of course play! Lesson 6 will consist of a friendly, competitive tournament amongst the participants! Classes will meet at the Betsy Warrington Shelter. Feel free to bring your own discs! The Betsy Warrington Disc Golf Course is a 10-hole, par 33 challenging course located at 12209 West Main Street. *Disc Golf sets are available for use for this program. Betsey Warrington Park Disc Golf Course Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

CODE

Beginner 213613-01 Sat. 213613-02 Sat. No class 7/6

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FEE

6/1-7/13 10:00-12:00 p.m. $50/$75 7/20-8/24 10:00-12:00 p.m. $50/$75

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The Huntley Park District and the community would like to thank all the volunteers, coaches and their assistants for their time, patience, and dedication during the seasons. Without your help, Huntley Park District could not run with the high level of efficiency and organization that it does. Thank you again for your commitment, and please continue to volunteer your time. We really do appreciate it!

Basketball Head Coaches—Winter 2013
1st/2nd Grade Dan Sheedy Tom Barrus Jim Rojek Todd Schmidt Jen Yuchasz Wendy Tiedt Perry Rich Larry Cariato Matthew Grubbs Jason Leix James Sweeney Heather Weiss Scott Ravagnie Anitra Willis Dwayne Boroski Brad Garlin Bernie James Chris Tomlinson Rob Lewandowski Tim Helinsky 3rd/4th Boys Dan Sheedy Bryan Reed Nick Costantino Chad Hanson Todd Gramly Nick Andrea Matthew Grubbs Mario Mescino Todd Schmidt Jeff Kramer Scott Ravagnie Don Ahmer Walt Hajduk Ray Coleman Phil Raymond Gene Kline Chris Kardys John Czarnecki 3rd/4th Girls Rick Ceh Dominick Sarallo Pete Guazzo Jim Hassels Dave Rysavy Tim Goraj 5th/6th Boys Mario Mescino Matt Broom Derek Isaily Lee Maurer Sam Engmann Mike Maridis Joe Klimczak Chris Griffin Peter Marinace James Sweeney Jim Rojek Ken Kriegler Ron Guido Gary Routhier Marcus Kahn Bob King 5th/6th Girls Curt Tyrrell Larry Cariato Bryan Reed 7th/8th Boys Jeff Novak Jim Borring Lee Maurer Walter Czarny Joesph Seng Marty Litwin Alan Knipp Scott Ravagnie Bob Thomas Steve Roberts Darin Michel Bryan Reed Junior Red Raiders Basketball 5th Grade Boys – Todd Gramly 5th Grade Girls – Alan DeRennaux 6th Grade Boys – Don Ahmer 6th Grade Girls – Jim Moffett 7th Grade Boys – Scott Ravagnie and Alan Knipp 7th Grade Girls – Tom Molaski 8th Grade Boys – Bill Parks 8th Grade Girls – Nick Andrea

Huntley High School 2013 Summer Sports Camps
Baseball Basketball-Boys Basketball-Girls Cheer Cross Country Football Poms Soccer Softball Tennis Track Volleyball Wrestling Andy Jakubowski Marty Manning Steve Raethz Nathan Schmitt Brad Gallaugher (Girls) Matt Kaplan (Boys) John Hart Christine Amling Kris Grabner Mark Petryniec Barry Wells Shawn Nordeen Karen Liss B.J. Bertelsman ajakubowski@district158.org mmanning@district158.org sraethz@district158.org nschmitt@district158.org bgallaugher@district158.org mkaplan@district158.org jhart@district158.org camling.varsitypom@sbcglobal.net krgrabner@district158.org mpetryniec@district158.org bwells@district158.org snordeen@district158.org kwhitehouse@district158.org bbertelsman@district158.org

thank you coaches!

Looking for a summer sports camp but don’t see one you like. The Huntley Park District is pleased to recommend participation in any of the various Huntley High School Summer Sports Camps. More information will be available at a later date through the Huntley High School Athletic Department. However if you have questions about a specific sports camp you are welcome to contact the following coaches directly regarding their camp this summer:

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Illinois Shotokan Karate
Beginning students will not be permitted to register in the current session after the second class has met. Registration for continued students through advanced students will be accepted after the start date, but full class fee will be required. Children and adults universally enjoy learning the art of karate. Classes are taught by Illinois Shotokan Karate Club’s expert instructors under the direction of John DiPasquale, four-time National Champion, U.S. Karate National Coach and President of the National Karate Federation of the U.S.
PLEASE NOTE: Youth, Adult & Parent/Child Classes Will Train Together.

Pre-Karate Safety
(Ages 4-7)
Young children will develop agility, strength and coordination skills through fun and creative activities. This program, specifically designed to work with growing minds and bodies, enhances memory and agility skills, too. Watch your child blossom while learning karate and having a blast at the same time! REC Center Cosman Theater Beginner/Continuer 213608-01 Mon. 6/17-8/26 213608-02 Sat. 6/15-8/24

Sign up for appropriate levels in adult class and youth classes. For additional information, call 1-800-458-9797.

Train together... For Parent/Child Classes

CODE

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Minimum 7 / Maximum 15

TIME

FEE

Adult Karate
(Ages 15+)
Release tension and develop total body fitness! In addition to self-defense skills, karate develops flexibility and muscle tone, all while improving core strength. From work to home, the benefits of karate can be felt in all aspects of life. REC Center Cosman Theater

4:30-5:15 p.m. $99/$149 9:00-9:45 a.m. $99/$149

Intermediate/Advanced (Stripes & up) 213608-03 Mon. 6/17-8/26 5:20-6:05 p.m. $99/$149 213608-04 Sat. 6/15-8/24 9:50-10:35 a.m. $99/$149

Youth Karate
(Ages 8-14)
Karate skills put children in touch with their bodies and helps to build coordination, agility, strength and poise, as well as establishes lasting personal safety skills. The mental aspect of karate is equal to if not greater than the physical. Practicing this art results in increased self-esteem, in addition to enhancing discipline and control. REC Center Cosman Theater

CODE

Beginner/Continuer (White-Orange) 213610-01 Mon. 6/17-8/26 6:10- 7:05 p.m.

DAY DATE(S) TIME

Minimum 7 / Maximum 20

FEE

$99/$149

Beginner/Continuer (White-Red) 213610-02 Sat. 6/15-8/24 10:40- 11:40 a.m. $99/$149 Intermediate (Yellow-Green) 213610-03 Mon. 6/17-8/26 7:10- 8:05 p.m. $99/$149

Intermediate (Orange –Blue) 213610-04 Sat. 6/15-8/24 11:45- 12:45 p.m. $99/$149 Advanced (Purple & up) 213610-05 Mon. 6/17-8/26 8:10-9:05 p.m. Advanced (Green & up) 213610-06 Sat. 6/15-8/24 12:45-1:45 p.m. $99/$149 $99/$149

CODE

Beginner/Continuer (White-Orange) 213609-01 Mon. 6/17-8/26 6:10-7:05 p.m.

DAY DATE(S) TIME

Minimum 7 / Maximum 25

FEE

$99/$149

Beginner/Continuer (White-Red) 213609-02 Sat. 6/15-8/24 10:40-11:40 a.m. $99/$149 Intermediate (Yellow-Green) 213609-03 Mon. 6/17-8/26 7:10-8:05 p.m. $99/$149

Intermediate (Orange-Blue) 213609-04 Sat. 6/15-8/24 11:45-12:45 p.m. $99/$149 Advanced (Purple Belts & Up) 213609-05 Mon. 6/17-8/26 8:10-9:05 p.m. $99/$149

Advanced (Green & up) 213609-06 Sat. 6/15-8/24 12:45- 1:45 p.m. $99/$149

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Fitness Membership
Fitness Center Membership Monthly Annually Group Fitness Class Membership Monthly Annually Monthly Annually Kids Club Babysitting Membership Monthly Annually $17 $204 $10 $120 N/A N/A N/A N/A $25 $300 $39 $468 $15 $180 $10 $120 $14 $168 $25 $300 $14 $168 $25 $300
Individual Add’l Student Senior Teen

$23 $276

$15 $180

$13 $156

$11 $132

$13

Fitness Center Daily Drop-In: $5 Group Fitness Classes Drop-In: $7/$10

DROP-IN FEES

Ultimate Fitness Center Membership (includes Fitness Center & Group Fitness Class)

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Individual: Any individual between the ages of 18 and 54. Additional: Must reside at the same address as current individual member. Student: Any individual between the ages of 13 and 24 with a school ID.

Teen: 10-12 years old who have completed the Teen Fitness program. Senior: Any individual 55 yeas of age or better.

Facility: 3,800 sq. ft. Fitness Center with Life Fitness & Precor cardio machines • Paramount Strength Machines • Cybex Lower Body Arc Trainer • Life Fitness Dual Adjustable Pulley system • Free Weights • Multiple weight benches Medicine balls • Kettlebells • Mirrored Dance Studio Locker Rooms • Large Screen TV’s • Open Gym (basketball) Services: Personal Training • Personalized Nutrition Consultations A.M. Child-Care for ages 3 mos. to 11 years for fitness members • Variety of Fitness Classes • Friendly knowledgeable staff

What Huntley Park District Fitness Center Offers

Membership: Variety of affordable membership options for ages 13-senior

Complimentary Services with Membership: FREE gym towel service FREE locker room facilities FREE fitness equipment orientation FREE basketball use during open gym time FREE guest passes (3) with new membership purchase DISCOUNTS on Session Fitness Classes & Personal Training FREE Fitness Assessment with a certified Personal Trainer (Only applies to first time members)

*10-12 year old's completing the Teen Fitness course must be accompanied by guardian to work out.

Membership Payment Options
YOU MAY PURCHASE A FITNESS MEMBERSHIP IN TWO WAYS – Annually, with cash, check or credit card for the full yearly fee. Monthly, which automatically withdraws your monthly fee on the first of each month from a checking, debit, savings account or charged to a Visa or Master Card. An administration fee of $25 per household and the first month fee are required when purchasing a new monthly membership. Membership cancellations must be made with a 30 day written notice.

FITNESS CENTER HOURS
Monday-Thursday ... 5:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Friday ........................ 5:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Saturday..................... 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Sunday ..................... 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

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Our instructors are certified and will guide you in proper technique and form as you challenge your bodies during our Group Fitness Classes. Each class is formatted to include a warm-up, a cardio and/or strength section, a cool-down, and a stretching segment. Some classes are choreographed but are easy to catch on to for the beginner. Let us help you achieve your fitness goals in our challenging and fun Group Fitness Classes.
The classes listed below are the only classes included in our Group Fitness or Ultimate Fitness Memberships.
Cardio/Kickboxing Kick, Punch and Jump your way to fitness with this high energy, fat blasting workout. This class guarantees to get your heart rate pumping and muscles defined with challenging agility drills, kickboxing sequences and heart rate intervals along with a core strengthening segment at the end. Body Sculpt Sculpt a leaner you with our Full Body Sculpting class. A combination of equipment, such as; steps, exercise tubes, free weights and stability balls will be used to challenge all muscle groups. A focus on form and proper range of motion will be stressed. A stretching segment will end this 50 minute class. Interval Challenge Keep your heart rate elevated with 50 minutes of interval training. You will be challenged with both cardio drills with strength training exercises. 30-Minute Core Challenge yourself with this 30 minute dynamic core workout. You will learn how to effectively strengthen the core using proper form and technique! By building core strength, you will be able to improve posture, balance and strength. Step Up This 60 minute class will help you “STEP UP” your workout! A combination of basic & intermediate step moves will challenge your body as never before. A segment of core strengthening and flexibility exercises round out this class. Turbo Kick A combination of intense kickboxing and dance moves choreographed to high energy and motivating music. This class is the ultimate cardiovascular challenge. Turbo Kick does not require previous kickboxing experience or equipment. Fitness Mashup Workout your full body and leave no muscle untouched! Fitness Mashup is a 60-minute, calorie burning class which will target every muscle in your body using a variety of intervals, weights, circuits, boot camp exercises, and tabata to increase endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, balance and coordination.

Group Fitness

Monday NEW! 30-Minute Core 8:30-9:00 a.m. Natalie Turbo Kick 9:00-10:00 a.m. Natalie

Tuesday Body Sculpt 9:00-9:50 a.m. Lana Try It Tuesday 10:15-11:15 a.m. Natalie

Wednesday Cardio Kickbox Interval 9:00-10:00 a.m. Carrie

Thursday Interval Challenge 9:00-9:50 a.m. Megan

Friday 30-Minute Core 8:30-9:00 a.m. Natalie Step Up/ Fitness Mashup 9:00-10:00 a.m. Natalie

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Monday through Friday 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Leave your children in a safe and fun environment while you exercise or enjoy the many other programs offered at the REC Center. Children must be between the ages of 3 months and 11 years. Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance for infants 3-16 months by calling (847) 669-3180 ext. 391. A 2-hour limit is allowed in the babysitting room. Parents must stay in the building. Prices and hours are subject to change. Kid’s Club Membership: Purchase a fitness center or group fitness or ultimate membership and save money on Kid’s Club! First Child: Monthly-$17 Annually-$204 Add’l Child: Monthly-$10 Annually-$120

15-Visit $ Punch Pass

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Yoga Flow
(Ages 16+)

Fitness

Mini-Tri
(Ages 16+)
Join other fitness fanatics and compete in the Huntley Park District’s modified version of the triathlon! Participants will have 31 days to complete 112 miles of biking, 26.2 miles of running/walking, and 2.4 miles of strength equipment. Participants completing the triathlon will receive a t-shirt and will be entered into a drawing to win a FREE 1-month Fitness Center membership. Register at the Huntley Park District and receive your Mini-Tri packet! For more information contact Fitness Manager, Bill Hepperle at (847) 669-3180, ext. 311 or billh@huntleyparks.org.

Yoga strengthens, stretches and unites our bodies, minds and spirits. Flow means to move with ease and grace. Yoga Flow is a flowing dynamic Vinyasa style of yoga that can strengthen the body, increase suppleness, and focus your mind. From gentle to vigorous, Yoga Flow allows each member to practice according to their level and intensity. Instructor, Susan Lindow, is certified through YogaFit Training Systems Worldwide. Please bring a mat if possible. REC Center Dance Studio Instructor: Susan Lindow Minimum 6 / Maximum 20 7:00-8:00 p.m. $48/$58 7:00-8:00 p.m. $48/$58

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Zumba
(Ages 16+)

$0 Fitness Members/ $30 Non-Fitness Members

Pilates

(Ages 16+)

Pilates can transform the way your body looks, feels and performs. This mat based Pilates class can help build strength without excess bulk, creating a sleek, toned body while improving flexibility, body awareness and good posture. Pilates is a safe and sensible exercise class that will help you look and feel your very best. No matter what age or condition, it can work for you. Instructor, Susan Lindow, is certified through the Physical Mind Institute. Bring mat if possible. REC Center Dance Studio Minimum 6 / Maximum 20 Instructor: Susan Lindow 213601-01 Sat. 213601-02 Sat. No class 7/6

Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will blow you away. Get hooked on Zumba and love working out. Zumba fanatics achieve long-term health benefits while having a blast in this one hour calorie-burning, energizing class. REC Center Dance Studio Minimum 6 / Maximum 20 Instructor: Natalie Block 213603-01 Mon. 5/6-6/17 213603-02 Mon. 7/8-8/12 No class 5/27, 6/24, 7/1

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7:45-8:45 a.m. $48/$58 7:45-8:45 a.m. $48/$58

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Belly Rhythms–Fitness in Motion
(Ages 16+)
Shimmy, sway and sweat in this core-intensive, creative and fun introduction to Belly Dance! This class is designed to build strength, balance, flexibility, endurance, and whole body awareness while breaking down basic belly dance movements, core strengthening exercises and easy to follow dance combinations. Join fitness instructor, Natalie Block, as she incorporates belly dance and other worldwide rhythms and so much more into this fun, energetic class. No dance experience is required. Empower your workout today and get your hips in motion. REC Center Dance Studio Minimum 6 / Maximum 20 Instructor: Natalie Block 213602-01 Mon. 5/6-6/17 213602-02 Mon. 7/8-8/12 No class 5/27, 6/24, 7/1

Special pricing for Fitness Center members–$24 *Drop-in fee: $7 resident / $10 non-resident

Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. & Thursdays, 9:00 a.m. Deicke Park Community Room
Come and join in our weight loss success. Weigh-in is 30 minutes before class begins. Classes are held at the Deicke Park Community Room. For additional information, call 800-651-6000 or visit us at weightwatchers.com.

Weight Watchers

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Step Into Fitness
(Ages 16+)

Fitness

for registration. Please arrive to Fitness Center 10 minutes prior to course. Teen Weight Training Membership w/Course Fee: $38.00 Monthly Teen Renewal Fee: $13.00

Jumpstart a healthy lifestyle and register for the friendly and competitive Step Into Fitness program. Participants will learn the benefits of walking so physical activity becomes a priority in life. Upon registration, participants will receive a pedometer, a step tracking sheet, and educational information to get started and stay motivated. The participant who accumulates the most steps at the end of the program will receive a FREE 1-month Fitness Center membership. All participants will receive a t-shirt upon the conclusion of the Step Into Fitness Program. Access to the Fitness Center is NOT included in the program registration fee; memberships must be purchased seperately. Steps can be accumulated ANYWHERE, not just at the Fitness Center. 213612-01 Sun.-Sat. 7/1-7/31 $0 Fitness Members/ $30 Non-Fitness Members

Try It Tuesday!
(Ages 16+)
Join instructor, Natalie Block on Tuesday’s to get an efficient, effective, fat burning workout! Each Tuesday morning will vary based on the week of the month so make sure to check the dates listed below! *Try It Tuesday classes are included in Group Fitness Memberships. Classes will be held on Tuesday’s in the Dance Studio from 10:15-11:15 a.m.

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Boot Camp
(Ages 16+)
Looking to get your morning jump started? Get in and get moving with 45 minutes of heart pumping strengthening and conditioning. This high intensity class meets 2x per week for 6 weeks. Get with the program today! Class will be held outside weather permitting. REC Center Dance Studio Instructor: Stephanie Murphy Minimum 6 / Maximum 20

Week 1: FITNESS MASHUP

Workout your full body and leave no muscle untouched! Fitness Mashup is a 60-minute, calorie burning class which will target every muscle in your body using a variety of intervals, weights, circuits, boot camp exercises, and tabata to increase endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, balance and coordination. This lesson will be taught 5/7, 6/4, 7/2, 8/6

Week 2: CORE & MORE

213605-01 W & F 5/8-6/7 5:35-6:20 a.m. $60/$70 213605-02 W & F 6/12-7/19 5:35-6:20 a.m. $60/$70 213605-03 W & F 7/24-8/23 5:35-6:20 a.m. $60/$70 NO CLASS 7/3 & 7/5 Special pricing for Fitness Center members–$30 *Drop-in fee: $7 resident / $10 non-resident

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A strong core is a solid base for all body movements. Learn how to effectively strengthen the core using proper form and technique targeting the abdominals, obliques, hips and back. The program combines core conditioning, flexibility, and proper body alignment activities. You will lengthen and strengthen while improving balance, posture, strength and functional mobility. This lesson will be taught 5/14, 6/11, 7/9, 7/30, 8/13

Teen Fitness
(Ages 10-12)
Teens can become members of the Huntley Park District Fitness Center by completing an hour long fitness course. This course which will provide an overview on proper safety guidelines of the fitness center, injury prevention, proper warm-up and cool-down, proper stretching methods, and will also be shown proper individual machine usage. The fee includes the course plus a 1-month membership. To schedule a course for your teen, please contact Fitness Manager, Bill Hepperle at (847) 669-3180, ext. 311 or billh@huntleyparks. org. *10-12 year old’s completing the Teen Fitness course must be accompanied by guardian to work out. Parents are required

Week 3: TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING

This class is dedicated to pushing your body to the next level with strength and interval workouts challenging muscular and cardio endurance. Combine full body resistance training with continuous cardio training and you get Total Conditioning. This lesson will be taught 5/21, 6/18, 7/16, 8/20

Week 4: STEP

This class is designed for beginner to intermediate steppers. Learn the basic stepping patterns used in the more advanced step classes while still getting the benefits of a great cardiovascular workout. Look like a pro by learning from step-one! This lesson will be taught 5/28, 6/25, 7/23, 8/27 *Drop-In fee: $7 resident / $10 non-resident

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Weight Loss Challenge
(Ages 18+)
Join the many participants who have lost weight with Weight Loss Challenge…Huntley’s very own edition of the Biggest Loser! Participants meet weekly for 11 weeks and learn about proper nutrition, improving eating habits, and the benefits of exercise. Weekly weigh-ins are done confidentially. A new topic is presented each week by the experts from Paradise Nutrition which provides each participant with the tools needed to lose weight and be successful at keeping it off. Specific guidelines of the program will be discussed at the first meeting. The Huntley Park District will distribute 6 free fitness passes per participant. After the 6 passes have been used, participants must purchase a monthly membership to the fitness center. In addition, the $25 sign-up fee will be waived! Previous participants have lost an average of 20 lbs. & 15 inches per 11 week session. Winnings have ranged from $100-$700. Checks will be mailed to the individual winners within 3-5 weeks of the program’s conclusion. The more class participants…the higher the awards! Invite your family and friends to join you for Weight Loss Challenge! Instructor Beth Sherman, Personal Wellness Coach REC Center North Classroom Minimum 5 / Maximum 50

Personal Training
(Ages 13+)
Personal Training provides the method to begin or enhance your personal fitness program. Let our personal trainers inspire you to achieve your personal fitness goals with their knowledge, support and motivation. Our personal trainers all have certifications from the most highly recognized certifying organizations in the fitness Personal Training Policy industry and are CPR/AED All cancellations must be made certified. 24 hours in advance. No-shows

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and/or cancellations made less than 24 hours will be charged full price. All packages must be used within 90 days of purchase date. Packages are nontransferable and nonrefundable.

Power Training
(Ages 13+)
Personal Training for the busy individual. These sessions provide you with 30 minutes of 1 on 1 personal training followed by 30 minutes of cardio (treadmill, elliptical or bicycle) in the fitness center.

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Single 6-Pack 12-Pack 18-Pack

$20/$25 $108/138 $204/$264 $288/&378

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Small Group Personal Training
(Ages 13+)
If you enjoy working out with friends or family members, our personal training staff can help develop a program that you can do together. Each session is one hour. Individual Fitness Assessments will be performed for all members of group. Rates listed are for Fitness Center, Group Fitness Members, Ultimate Fitness Members/Non-Members. Fees are per person. 3-Pack $90/$95 $70/$75 $60/$65 6-Pack $135/$143 $105/$113 $90/$98

Party Nights with Natalie
No registration required! $8 at the door
7:00-8:00 p.m.

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Huntley Park District Friday, June 21, July 19, and August 2

Fitness Assessment

Visit www.huntleyparks.org for details!

This body composition analysis will help you kick start your aerobic and muscular conditioning. Our certified Personal Trainers will conduct tests and measurements to identify your body complex and guide you to maintaining a heathier lifestyle! SIGN UP NOW! Assessment Re-Assessment $15.00 $10.00

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Senior Softball
(Ages 55+)

Adults/Seniors
(Ages 16+)
Minimum 18 / Maximum 40 9:30-12:00 p.m. $40/$60

Picture Framing Seminar
Come solve the mystery of picture framing. Learn the different parts and aspects of framing and matting to make your artwork look the best. Do not bring artwork to this seminar; many samples will be shown. Bring a pen and paper to take notes.  REC Center Willow Room

Don’t just go to a game, be in one! Join our men’s senior 12” softball program. Everyone plays, all you need is a glove, cleats, and a bat (single wall only). For more information, contact Jeff at (847) 669-3180, ext. 317. Warrington North Ballfield

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Pickleball
(Ages 18+)
You will feel like a winner and a champion playing this exciting paddle game called Pickleball. Now you and your friends can join many other people who are playing this net court game. This mini-tennis game is played by 2 or 4 people on a badminton-sized court using paddle racquets and a plastic, poly baseball with holes. Pickleball is a combination of Ping-Pong, tennis, and badminton and has been enjoyed for over 20 years by people of all ages. A two-hour free lesson is available covering the basic rules and how to play the game. Lessons must be pre-arranged by contacting the Huntley Park District at (847) 669-3180 ext. 317. REC Center Gym Minimum 15 / Maximum 60

Outdoor Drawing & Painting
(Ages 12+)
Let’s get outside and enjoy drawing and painting the natural beauty around us. We will meet inside the first day. Bring a 11x14 sketch pad (hot press or smooth surface) or larger the first day. We will use charcoal, pencils & ink pens. Bring your own painting supplies in medium (oil, watercolor or acrylic) of your choice. Please bring an oversized shirt or smock to wear over or clothes along with insect repellant and sunscreen. Class will meet inside if there is inclement weather.  Deicke Park Log Cabin

413300-02 M/W/F 3/4-5/31 9:00-11:00 a.m. $25/$38 M-F 1:00-3:00 p.m. 413300-03 M/W/F 6/3-8/31 9:00-11:00 a.m. $25/$38 M-F 1:00-3:00 p.m. No Pickleball on 5/6, 5/7, 6/14 (PM), 7/4

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Huntley Senior Citizens
(Ages 50+)
Individuals 50 and over are invited to join in on the action! A potluck luncheon is enjoyed every 4th Thursday of the month at the REC Center. The lunch will begin at noon with a short meeting following. In addition, there is usually a presentation on interesting topics or entertainment. Huntley Senior Citizens has over 100 members and has been meeting for over 30 years! We also plan trips throughout the year. For more information on the trips, please contact Jan at (847) 515-2275. Annual membership is $10. Please contact Al Jordi (847) 699-5643.

This class specifically targets ages 55 and over and focuses on strengthening,toning and increasing your cardio conditioning by engaging you in a variety of standing and sitting workouts! Each exercise can be done at YOUR own pace. Whether you drop-in for an individual class or purchase a membership, COME JOIN US! $18.50/month or $222/yearly Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 10:30-11:30am

Lite N Lively

Join us for some fun and socialization. Bingo will be held the first Tuesday of each month at the REC Center. Cards are provided and donations are accepted. Light refreshments are served. Doors open at 9:00 a.m. and games are from 9:30-11:00 a.m. Dates are: May 7, June 4, July 2, August 6; more to come throughout the year. Sponsors are: Eastgate Manor of Algonquin, Visiting Angels-South Elgin, Heartland Bank and Trust , Northwest Home Health & Rehab, Heritage Woods of Huntley, and The Fountains of Crystal Lake.

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Pinecrest Golf Club
(847) 669-3111
11220 Algonquin Road Huntley, IL 60142
Mike Yackle | Director of Golf mike@huntleyparks.org Dennis Lillibridge | Golf Professional Brian Comiskey | Grounds Superintendent brian@huntleyparks.org

Beautiful 18-hole course with driving range and practice green PGA trained golf instruction Fully stocked pro shop Lightning detection and warning system Full service restaurant with banquet seating up to 200 Turnstand between 9th green and 10th tee Beverage cart service at selected times

Course Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday......................... 6:00 a.m.-Sunset Tuesday............................................................................ 7:30 a.m.-Sunset Saturday, Sunday & Holidays............................................ 5:30 a.m.-Sunset Course closes at sunset as posted by the Pro Shop. All golfers are required to complete their round or finish the hole they are playing by the time posted.

Attention Huntley Park District Residents: Resident Discount Golf Card

To purchase and receive a resident discount golf card, please present a photo ID and a current utility bill to the Registration Desk at the REC Center. There is a $2 processing fee per card. The card will provide a 10% discount on green fees and membership fees, and must be shown to golf course staff at time of payment. Please note that in order to receive the resident discount card, this card must be purchased in advance. Resident discount cards will NOT be issued and no other proof of residency will be accepted at the golf course.

Pinecrest Restaurant & Banquets www.pinecrestrestaurant.com (847) 669-1400
Kali Sass | Administrative Manager Summer Bakely | Banquet Manager Mike Hajroja | Executive Chef

Juniors (Walk/Ride)
OPEN-4/21

Single................................................................................................$1,300 Add Power Cart*......................................................... +$750 Family...............................................................................................$1,995 Add Child (ages 16-21)*.............................................. +$150 Add Power Cart, H/W*............................................. +$1,190 *NOTE: Optional services available ONLY with purchase of a golf membership. Rates include unlimited golf and handicap service for the season. Power cart and driving range options allow for unlimited use by paid season pass holders only! A cart fee of $10 will be required each time a season pass holder plays on Saturdays, Sundays, or holidays before 1:00 p.m. Family season passes include husband, wife, and children under age 16. Children 16 and over, but under 21, living at home may be added to a family season pass for an additional $150 each. Permanent tee times are not included with a season pass.

2013 Season Memberships

High school ID required. Not available for leagues, outings, holidays or promotions. Must complete each nine in two hours or less. Juniors are welcome all other day times at prevailing adult fee. 18 holes $20/$38 $20/$32 $20/$32 $20/$28 $20/$25 9 holes $12/$20 $12/$20 $12/$20 $12/$20 $12/$20
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Family

Accompanied child rate using short yardage yellow tees only. Available May through August, any evening after 6:00 p.m. Must complete 9 holes in two hours. 9 holes (accompanied child)............................................................. $5/NA 9 holes (adult)................................................................................ $12/$20

Weekends & Holidays (Walk/Ride)
OPEN-4/21

18 Holes Before 1:00 p.m. $35/$45 $54/$54 $46/$46 $31/$36 $24/$29 18 Holes After 1:00 p.m. $31/$39 $37/$45 $31/$36 $31/$36 $24/29

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Weekday Green Fees (Walk/Ride)
OPEN-4/21 4/22-9/15

Monday through Friday. Not available on holidays.

18 holes $22/$32 $29/$39 $25/$32 $20/$28 $20/$25 9 holes $15/$20 $18/$26 $18/$26 $15/$20 $12/$20 Monday rate for regular play, 18 holes 4/22-10/13 $24/29

9/16-10/13 10/14-11/3 11/4-CLOSE

18 holes (after 3:30 p.m.)......................................... $35 to ride all season 9 holes (evenings after 5:30 p.m., this is a 9 hole rate!)................ $12/$20

Same Day Weekend/Holiday Replay Permanent Tee Times

18 holes (ride)....................................................................................... $22 Additional 9 holes after playing 18 holes (ride).....................................$15

Seniors (Walk/Ride)
OPEN-4/21

Age 50 and better. Monday through Friday. Not available for leagues, outings, holidays or promotions. 18 holes $22/$32 $26/$36 $22/$32 $20/28 $20/25 9 holes $15/$20 $16/$24 $16/$24 $15/$20 $12/20
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Pinecrest offers Saturday or Sunday permanent tee times from the first weekend in April through mid-October. These are available for foursomes only and begin at 5:30 a.m. until 10:15 a.m. If interested, now is the time to book! Call Mike or Denny for details at (847) 669-3111.

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Benefits of having permanent tee times: • No more hassle of searching for a tee time • Enjoy a round of play of no more than 4 hours a time • Weekday discount play – $29 with cart include • Pro Shop discount of 10% • Weekly events during permanent tee time at no additional cost

Pinecrest Golf Club
Handicap Service Golf Groups
18-hole computerized USGA approved handicap service with bi-weekly card................................. $21 per season Group rates include a $5 per person merchandise prize fund from the Pro Shop. You may distribute the full value of the prize fund as gift certificates for merchandise in any denomination you choose. By purchasing your golf prizes from the Pinecrest Pro Shop, your outing members will enjoy competitive pricing and the privilege of making any exchanges or selections the day of the outing. Cost includes golf, cart and merchandise prize fund. Saturdays after 10:30 a.m......................................................................$57 Saturdays after 1:00 p.m.......................................................................$48 Sundays and Holidays after 10:30 a.m. ................................................$59 Sundays and Holidays after 1:00 p.m....................................................$50 Weekdays before 10:30 a.m. ................................................................$48 Weekdays after 10:30 a.m.....................................................................$41 Call for Friday rates. Please expect all groups to complete their 18 holes in 4 hours and 15 minutes as required by our Pace of Play Marshals.

League Play

If you are interesting in joining a Pinecrest Evening League, call the Pro Shop at (847) 669-3111 for more details. There are 9-hole leagues every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings starting at 4:15 p.m. Ladies, we also have an 18-hole league that meets every Monday morning! There is also a couples league on Friday evenings. Give us a call at the Pro Shop if you’re interested.

Golf Lessons

Whether you are a beginning golfer or an experienced player, our staff of knowledgeable PGA Professionals are available to help you. Appointments with PGA Professionals, Mike Yackle and Dennis Lillibridge, and with PGA Apprentice Tom Larsen, include the use of the JC Video System for a superior, more effective learning experience. Lessons run 45 minutes in length. Appointments by advance reservation only. Lesson rates are: One Lesson Pinecrest Pass Holder Juniors (18 & Under) Group Adults (2 people) (3+ people) Mike Yackle Dennis Lillibridge Tom Larsen $45 $40 $30 $30 per person $20 per person mike@huntleyparks.org dennis@huntleyparks.org tom@huntleyparks.org

Shotgun Starts

Weekdays (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday)..............................$5,280 Weekends (1:00 p.m. start; based on availability) April, May and October...................................................... $64 per person June, July, August and September.................................... $69 per person Partial Weekday shotgun starts (see Mike or Dennis) For all outing information, please contact Mike Yackle or Dennis Lillibridge in the Pro Shop. For catering and food and beverage services, please contact Summer Bakley at (847) 669-1400.

847-669-3111 x15 847-669-3111 x10 847-669-3111

Driving Range

Features all grass hitting areas (except when conditions warrant temporary use of mats). Small bucket (30 balls).............................................................................$5 Large bucket (60 balls)............................................................................$7

Golf Club Rental Sets

A limited number of Tour Edge golf sets are available for rental. For security, a major credit card is held until rental clubs are returned. Advance registration requested. Rental Set............................................................................... $15 each set

golf events
2013
Tuesday, April 30: Senior Scramble Sunday, May 19, June 23, July 14, & August 18: Couples 18 Hole Friday, May 31: Pinecrest Demo Day Saturday, June 29-Sunday, June 30: McHenry County Senior Amateur Saturday, July 27: Parent/Child 18 Hole Tuesday, October 15: Senior Scramble Saturday, November 2: Die-Hard Cross Country Scramble

No spectators, personal caddies, or non-playing patrons under age 16 allowed on the course. All golfers must have their own set of clubs.

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REC Center Rental Information Cosman Theater

Parks & Facilities Information

For information on rates and availability for all indoor facilities, please call Nancy Sprouse, (847) 669-3180 ext. 301.

Rental space is available at the Cosman Cultural Performing Arts Theater for performances, recitals, seminars, and meetings. The state-of-the-art theater seats 288 people and has a 40’ presidium. With convenient parking and easy access from major routes, the Cosman Cultural Theater is ideal for your event.

Meeting Rooms

The Huntley Park District REC Center has meeting rooms for small events such as business presentations, committee meetings, birthday parties, and wedding or baby showers. Prices vary according to size and rental hours.

REC Center 12015 Mill Street Huntley, Illinois *Cosman Theater *Gymnasium (2 full size basketball courts) *Fitness Center – cardio, circuit and free weights *Dance Studio *Babysitting Room *Seedlings Preschool Classrooms (7)

Insurance Requirement Policy for Rentals

The following are general guidelines used to determine if insurance is required for reservation and/or rentals at the Huntley Park District. Insurance will be required for one or more of the following: • Sport & Athletic Events • Special Events, Celebrations, Festivals • Music Concerts • Any Company/Business Reserving Property or Renting Facilities • Any Organized Group • Large Groups/Parties of 100 people or more reserving property or renting facilities • Fundraisers • Food Served/Prepared by Vendors or Caterers • Public Demonstration/Rally • Fireworks • Carnival or Other Rides/Apparatus

Sun Valley Farm

Rental Refunds

Refunds will only be granted if you cancel your date a minimum of two weeks in advance.

Picnic Shelter Reservation

Deicke Park has 4 shelters, Warrington Park has 1 shelter and Ol’ Timers Park has 1 shelter. Reservations for 2013 begin on Wednesday, January 2, 2013. Reservation forms must be completed and fee paid at time of reservation. NO ALCOHOL IS PERMITTED ON PARK DISTRICT PROPERTY. Please call (847) 669-3180 extension 0 for additional information. Reservation Small Shelters Large Shelters Resident Non-Resident $80 $120 $105 $145

Corporations/Organizations over 150 are reviewed by the Board

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Betsey Warrington Park

• NO alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs • NO swimming or boating • NO amplified music • State & village laws apply in parks • Weapons of all types are prohibited • Cooking fires are restricted to grills • All pets must be leashed • Pet excrement must be removed by pet owner • Run or jog on designated trails • Parks close at dusk • DO NOT use equipment improperly when wet or without supervision • ABSOLUTELY NO MOTOR VEHICLE PARKING ON GRASS

ACREAGE
Stingray Bay (aquatic) Banquet Facilities Babysitting (Kid’s Club) Baseball Diamond Basketball Court Bike Path Concessions Driving Range Fishing Fitness Center Golf Course (18-holes) Gym Ice Skating

62.0 9.0

5.8

1.1

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16.5

4.2 130.0 1.0

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10.4

4.6

Thor Guard Lightning Prediction System and Warning System
The Huntley Park District recently installed a Lightning Prediction System and Warning System at Stingray Bay, Tomaso Sports Park and Deicke Park. Thor Guard is a prediction system that would warn patrons and staff about potential lightning up to a 10 mile radius. When this system detects high energy it will sound one-15 second blast and strobe lights will begin to flash. All outdoor activities should cease and all persons should seek shelter in a permanent building or vehicle immediately. DO NOT SEEK SHELTER WITHIN DUGOUTS, PICNIC PAVILIONS, OR NEAR TALL OBJECTS SUCH AS FENCES, TREES, ETC. The strobe light on the system will continue to flash while there is still potential for a lightning strike. Activities should not be resumed until the system has indicated the “all clear” with three – 5 second horn blasts and the strobe lights stop flashing.

Nature Area Open Play Area Picnic Area Performing Arts Picnic Shelter (5) Playground Apparatus Pond Preschool Restrooms* Sand Volleyball Sledding Skate Park Soccer Fields Softball Fields Lighted Tennis Courts Recreation

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P

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P

P

F

F

P

P

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*Restroom F-Flush; P-Port-o-potty

Locations

Betsey Warrington Park REC Center Cottontail Park Borhart Park Deicke Park Huntley H.S. Tennis Courts Kiley Park Tures Park Ol’ Timers Park Parisek Park Pinecrest Golf Club Red Hawk's Rest Ruth Family Park Stingray Bay Family Aquatic Ctr. Weiss Park Tomaso Sports Park

12209 West Main Street 12015 Mill Street Bedford Drive & Bordeaux Drive 9661 Abbey Road 11419 South Route 47 13719 Harmony Road 11745 Blue Bayou 10251 Fleetwood Street 10700 Church Street 10881 Allegheny Pass 11220 Algonquin Road Edinburgh Lane/Covington Lakes 10370 Aldridge Drive 12219 Lois Lane Bennington Drive & York Road
(no parking on Bennington & Scott)

11950 Ackman Road

Tomaso Sports Park
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Pinecrest Golf Club

Ruth Family Park

Red Hawk’s Rest

Ol’ Timers Park

Cottontail Park

H.H.S. Campus

Borhart Park

Parisek Park

Deicke Park

REC Center

Weiss Park

Tures Park

Kiley Park

For The Safety of All Park Users, Please Follow These Rules and Regulations:

Huntley Park District Services Algonquin, Huntley, Lake in the Hills and Union

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Huntley Park District Registration Form
12015 Mill Street • Huntley, IL 60142 • (847) 669-3180 • Fax (847) 669-2836

Primary Information
Household Name Address City & Zip Code Home Phone Work Phone Emergency Phone Cell Phone Allergies, Illness, Medical Conditions

PLEASE PRINT.

Please inform us if any information needs to be updated in our system. Cash VISA Credit Card # Amount of Payment Authorized Signature Driver’s License # Email Address Check # MasterCard Exp. Date

Please indicate any special needs that require accommodation

Participant Information
Last name, if different from above

FIRST NAME OF PARTICIPANT

GRADE

Month / Date / Year

BIRTHDATE

GENDER

PROGRAM

PROGRAM #

FEE

/ / / / / / / / Shirt size for sports registration:
YOUTH ADULT S (6-8) S M M (10-12) L XL

/ / / / / / / /
L (14-16)

M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F

Name

I would like to coach

Yes

No

TOTAL

Important Information

In the event of an emergency, I authorize the Huntley Park District to secure any/all necessary medical attention from any accredited hospital and/or ward and further agree that I will be responsible for any and all medical services rendered. I have read and fully understand the Important Information, Warning of Risk, Waiver and Release of All Claims & Assumption of Risk located on the back side of this form. I further understand that my signature is required below in order to participate in Huntley Park District programs. SIGNATURE OF PARENT/GUARDIAN OR PARTICIPANT IF OVER 18 Y/O DATE

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

Warning of Risk

Recreational activities/programs are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant. Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity/program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Depending on the weather, slipping, falling, poor skill level or conditioning, carelessness, horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premises defects, inadequate or defective equipment, instruction or officiating, and all other circumstances inherent to indoor and outdoor recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Huntley Park District to guarantee absolute safety.

Waiver and Release of All Claims & Assumption of Risk

Please read this form carefully. I am aware that in signing up and participating in the identified programs, I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims child/ward may have (accrue to my child/ward or me) as a result of participating in these programs/activities against the Huntley Park District. This includes its officials, agents, volunteers and employees (herein after collectively referred to as “Huntley Park District”). I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Huntley Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages or loss that my minor/ ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with these programs/activities.

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Swim Lesson Registration Form
Huntley Park District

YOU MAY ONLY REGISTER YOUR IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS. NO EXCEPTIONS.
PLEASE PRINT.

WALK-IN REGISTRATION ONLY.

Primary Information
Household Last Name Parent First Name Address City & Zip Code Home Phone Cell Phone Email Address Allergies, Illness, Medical Conditions

Payment Information
Cash VISA Credit Card # Authorized Signature Driver’s License # Amount Paid Check # MasterCard Exp. Date

$

Staff Initials

Please indicate any special needs that require accommodation

Due to high demand, this program limits each participant to one (1) session of swimming lessons. NO EXCEPTIONS. Please print clearly and list three (3) choices for each participant.

Participant Information
NAME OF PARTICIPANT

Month / Date / Year

BIRTHDATE

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

3RD CHOICE

FEE

/ / / / / /

/ / / / / / TOTAL

In the event of an emergency, I authorize the Huntley Park District to secure any/all necessary medical attention from any accredited hospital and/or ward and further agree that I will be responsible for any and all medical services rendered. I have read and fully under stand the Important Information, Warning of Risk, Waiver and Release of All Claims & Assumption of Risk located on the back side of this form. I further understand that my signature is required below in order to participate in Huntley Park District programs. SIGNATURE OF PARENT/GUARDIAN OR PARTICIPANT IF OVER 18 Y/O DATE

Important Information

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

Warning of Risk

Swimming is intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant. However, despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury, including drowning. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. The very nature of swimming is hazardous and risky, including but not limited to fatigue and overexertion, poor swimming skills, failing to avoid dangerous areas, horseplay, diving or cannon-balling into shallow water and striking the bottom or side of the pool, inadequate supervision or instruction, lack of conditioning, becoming disoriented, striking other swimmers, defective or inadequate equipment, striking one’s head on the bottom when using a diving block, slip and falls on the deck or within the locker facility, chemical exposure and all other circumstances inherent to the sport of swimming. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Huntley Park District to guarantee absolute safety.

Waiver and Release of All Claims & Assumption of Risk

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

DATE

PARTICIPANT’S PRINTED NAME
*PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE IF UNDER 18.

PARTICIPANT’S SIGNATURE*

if the signature of the adult participant or parent/guardian and date are not on this waiver.

PARTICIPATION WILL BE DENIED

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Thank you to all our advertisers from the Huntley Park District

Presorted Standard U.S. Postage PAID Algonquin, IL Permit #300

Huntley Park District 12015 Mill Street Huntley, IL 60142

ECRWSS Postal Patron

MOVIE NIGHT
Friday, June 7
It’s not just a night full of fun, it’s a day’s worth of fun!
stingray bay activities 12:00‐6:00 pm
Special daily admission fee of $4 / Stingray Bay Pass Holders are free *Water Relays *Beach Blanket Bingo *Limbo Contest *Hula Hoop Contest

movie: Hotel Transylvania approximately 7:30 pm
Free Pre-movie Entertainment Deicke Park FREE Park in REC Center parking lot. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.

SPONSORS

Culver’s of Huntley
www.culvers.com 847-669-3554

847-669-7305

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