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Winnetka Community House
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FITNESS CENTRE
Winnetka Community House
Facility Includes:
• Treadmills
• StairMasters/StepMills
• LifeCycles
• Cybex ArcTrainers
• LifeFitness cross-trainers
• Precor EFX elliptical trainers
• Helix Lateral Trainers
• Concept II rowing machines
• Schwinn spinning bikes
• Cybex strength training equipment
• Free weight equipment
• Gymnasium
• Childcare
Our convenient location
provides a friendly
atmosphere, knowledgeable
staff and a great value!
Benefits of Personal Training
Serious athletes have long used personal trainers to enhance their performance in competition. Movie
stars are known to hire personal trainers to keep them ftting into their Oscar gowns. But the people who
beneft most from personal training are ordinary men and women seeking to be stronger and function more
effectively in their everyday lives.
Working with a trainer, anyone can achieve their ftness goals – goals as modest as touching
your toes again or as ambitious as preparing to run a marathon. Whether you want to lose
weight, regain fexibility, develop speed or simply feel good again, personal training is an
activity that you will continue to reap benefts in years to come.
Our personal trainers’ main objectives are to assist, guide, and educate those who
wish to experience a greater ease and physical ability in their lives.
S e e p a g e s 4 2 a n d 4 3 f o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n
WI N N E T K A C O MMU N I T Y H O U S E B O A R D O F G O V E R N O R S
O F F I C E R S
Marian Powers - Chair
Frank Phillips - Secretary
Ed Harney - Treasurer
Ellen C. Moore - Past Chair
ME MB E R S
Rob Albertson
Paul Astolf
Jack Coladarci
Joan Evanich
Laura Glick
Mike Golden
David Grant
Carrie Healy
Louise Holland
Bob Horne
Stuart Larkins
Jim McGee
Linda Pedian
David D. Peterson, Jr.
Addie Ruey
Kris Schriesheim
Matt Tritley
Paul Weaver
Christina Webb
Pam Westin
Clyde Willian
Christopher Wyner
Connie Yonan
Kate Ancell
Raheela Gill Anwar
Joyce Bruce
Erin Budington
Mercedes Caruso
Susan Cellmer
Elizabeth Christopher
Ah Young Cho
Leslie Farmer
Jennifer Frient
Mary Ann Grabowski
Christine Holland
Sarah Holm
Noelle Hunken
Kim Jankauska
Sally Jones
Kristin Kalter
Kate Kligora
Kim Knaus
Anne -Marie Lee
Dania Leemputte
Kristin Lolli
Anne Malone
Julie Mangan
Claudia Miquelon
Susan Nelson
Laurie Nielsen
Gwen Oelerich
Beth Ann Papoutsis
Susan Patterson
Cristina Persico
Karen Peters
Amy Pope Brock
Laura Reynolds
Alicia Schafer
Kris Schriesheim
Joan Senko
Irene Smith
Julie Stracks
Amy Swartchild
Karen Tragos
Diane Trench
Karen Vorwald
Rachel Waimon
Connie Yonan
WO MA N ' S B O A R D
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T E L E P H O N E L I S T I N G S
Main Offce (847) 446-0537
Fax (847) 446-0609
Birthday Party Hotline (847) 446-3207
Facility Rental (847) 446-3154
Fitness Centre (847) 446-1994
Youth Enrichment Center (847) 446-7615
O F F I C E H O U R S
Monday–Saturday 8:30 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
Sunday 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
A l w a y s o p e n a t w i n n e t k a c o m m u n i t y h o u s e . o r g !
ME MBE R RE GI STRATI ON OPE NS J UL Y 16, 2012
NON- ME MBE R RE GI STRATI ON OPE NS J UL Y 23, 2012
Registration information is on page 48. The registration form is
on page 52. There is a point at which classes must be canceled
if there is not suffcient registration, so please register early!
MI S S I O N S T A T E ME N T
The mission of Winnetka Community House is to enrich the
lives of North Shore residents, their families and friends by
providing diverse educational, cultural, social and recreational
opportunities for people of all ages. This privately supported
unique facility does not receive tax dollars.
ACCE SSI BI L I TY F OR PE RSONS WI TH DI SABI L I TI E S
For persons with disabilities, Winnetka Community House
is accessible from the northeast at the canopied entrance off
the Pine Street parking lot.
S T A F F
Timothy P. McCabe, Executive Director
Mike Buscher, Superintendent of Recreation and Fitness
Josh Bucher, Marketing Director
Gina Di Sandro, Facilities Director
Alana Flatley, Development Director
Jamie Arena, Offce Supervisor
Lisa Jarvis, Fitness Supervisor
John LoPresti, Maintenance Supervisor
Patti Schmidt, Early Childhood Supervisor
Mark Schusteff, Recreation Supervisor
Jeff Wahl, Athletic Supervisor
Debra Chuk, Accounting Coordinator
Lynn Aldape, Administrative Assistant
C O N N E C T WI T H U S O N L I N E
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T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S
WC H B O A R D S 4
C L A S S P L A N N E R 6
S P E C I A L E V E N T S 8
Y O U T H E N R I C H ME N T 1 2
S P A N I S H 1 4
A R T 1 5
S C I E N C E 1 5
MU S I C 1 6
Y O U T H T H E A T R E 1 7
H O L I D A Y C A MP S 1 9
Y O U T H A T H L E T I C S 2 0
Y O U T H B A S K E T B A L L 2 6
MA R T I A L A R T S 3 0
C E R A MI C S 3 2
B I R T H D A Y P A R T I E S 3 4
D A N C E 3 6
S P E C I A L T Y F I T N E S S 4 0
G R O U P E X E R C I S E 4 1
F I T N E S S C E N T R E 4 2
D O G O B E D I E N C E 4 4
A S S O C I A T E O R G A N I Z A T I O N S 4 5
R E L I G I O U S O R G A N I Z A T I O N S 4 6
C I V I C O R G A N I Z A T I O N S 4 6
T H E A T R E G R O U P S 4 7
R E G I S T R A T I O N I N F O 4 8
ME MB E R S H I P 4 9
R E G I S T R A T I O N F O R M 5 0
MO N D A Y T U E S D A Y WE D N E S D A Y T H U R S D A Y F R I D A Y S A T U R D A Y S U N D A Y
Little Bits 12
Time for Amigos 14
Adult-Tot Sports 23
Sports and More 23
Lil’ Pigskins 24
Fantasy Dance 36
Extraordinary Kids 13
Cafe Amigos 14
Fun with Amigos 14
Art Stars 15
Kids Science Labs 15
Mini-Majors 20
After School Sports 21
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
Lunch & Play 22
Adult-Tot Sports 23
Sports and More 23
Triple Play 23
Lil’ Pigskins 24
Basketball Clinics 26
Egyptian Art-Making 32
Fantasy Dance 36
Tiny Tot Ballet 36
Pre Ballet 38
Kids Science Labs 15
Seussical Jr 18
Mini-Majors 20
Flag Football 22
After School Sports 21
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
Lil’ Pigskins 24
Basketball Clinics 26
Parent & Child Taekwondo 31
Egyptian Art-Making 32
Ballet 38
Hip Hop Dance 39
Jazz Dance 39
Lyrical Dance 39
Parent & Child Taekwondo 31
Ballet 38
Lyrical Dance 39
Lyrical Dance 40
Dog Obedience 44
Adult Taekwondo 31
Parent & Child Taekwondo 31
Pilates 40
Focus on Stability 40
Yogercize 40
Dog Obedience 44
Little Bits 13
Tiny Tumbler Sports 23
Extraordinary Kids 13
Cafe Amigos 14
Cooking With Amigos 14
Fun with Amigos 14
Art Stars 15
Mini-Majors 20
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
After School Sports 21
Lunch & Play 22
Karate 30
Planes, Trains, Cars
and Spaceships 32
Ballet 38
Intro to Tap 39
Tiny Tappers 39
Jr FUN-gineering 15
Video Game Robotics 15
Mini-Majors 20
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
After School Sports 21
Karate 30
Taekwondo 31
Planes, Trains, Cars and
Spaceships 32
Ballet 38
Hip Hop Dance 39
Jazz Dance 39
Karate 30
Jazz Dance 39
Hip Hop Dance 40
Dog Obedience 44
Adult Karate 30
Altered Shapes 33
Beautiful Beaded Jewelry 33
Dog Obedience 44
Little Bits 12
Musikgarten 16
Parent Tot Soccer 23
Total Sports 23
Fantasy Dance 36
Amazing Minds 12
Tiny Treks Explorers 12
Extraordinary Kids 13
Musikgarten 16
Holiday Hoops Camp 19
Chess Wizards Camp 19
Sports and More
Holiday Camp 19
Mini-Majors 20
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
After School Sports 21
Parent Tot Soccer 23
Total Sports 23
Basketball Clinics 26
Youth Basketball League 27
Taekwondo 31
Fantasy Dance 36
Tiny Tot Ballet 36
Lunch & Ballet 38
Pre Ballet 38
Amazing Minds 12
Guitar Lessons 15
Holiday Hoops Camp 19
Chess Wizards Camp 19
Sports and More
Holiday Camp 19
Mini-Majors 20
Fencing 21
After School Sports 21
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
Basketball Clinics 26
Youth Basketball League 27
Taekwondo 30
Kid’s Wheel 32
Jazz Dance 39
Tap 4 39
Guitar Lessons 15
Fencing 21
Kid’s Wheel 32
Teen Wheel 32
Teen Ballet 38
Dog Obedience 44
Guitar Lessons 15
Fencing 21
Ceramics 23
Pilates 40
Focus on Stability 40
Yogercize 40
Dog Obedience 44
0 – 3 Y E A R S
4 – 6 Y E A R S
7 – 1 2 Y E A R S
1 3 – 1 7 Y E A R S
A D U L T
MO N D A Y T U E S D A Y WE D N E S D A Y T H U R S D A Y F R I D A Y S A T U R D A Y S U N D A Y
Tiny Bits 12
Musikgarten 16
Lil’ Pigskins 24
DinoMites 25
Fantasy Dance 36
Extraordinary Kids 13
Amazing Art 15
The Joy of Creativity 15
Musikgarten 16
Seussical Jr. 18
Holiday Hoops Camp 19
Chess Wizards Camp 19
Sports and More
Holiday Camp 19
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
Lunch & Play 22
Lil’ Pigskins 24
DinoMites 25
Karate 30
Tiny Tot Ballet 36
Fantasy Dance 36
Lunch & Ballet 38
Pre-Ballet 38
Amazing Art 15
Seussical Jr. 18
Holiday Hoops Camp 19
Chess Wizards Camp 19
Sports and More
Holiday Camp 19
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
Karate 30
Parent & Child Taekwondo 31
Taekwondo 31
Advanced Junior Ceramics 32
Ballet 38
Tap 39
Karate 30
Taekwondo 31
Advanced Junior Ceramics 32
Ballet 38
Jazz Dance 39
Dog Obedience 44
Adult Karate 30
Adult Taekwondo 31
Parent & Child Taekwondo 31
Wheelthrowing
for Beginners 33
Dog Obedience 44
ABC’s & 123’s 12
DinoMites 25
Fantasy Dance 36
ABC’s & 123’s 12
Holiday Hoops Camp 19
Chess Wizards Camp 19
Sports and More
Holiday Camp 19
Play & Clay 20
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
Lunch & Play 22
IBA & Clay 21
Total Sports 23
DinoMites 25
Little Hoopers 26
Fantasy Dance 36
Clay and Animals 33
Seussical Jr 18
Holiday Hoops Camp 19
Chess Wizards Camp 19
Sports and More
Holiday Camp 19
Indoor Floor Hockey 22
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
IBA & Clay 22
Clay and Animals 33
Modern Manners 101 13
Seussical Jr.
Audition Workshop 18
Munchkin Tennis 20
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
Advanced Chess 24
Karate 30
Ballet 38
Dog Obedience 44
Dog Obedience 44
Father & Me Football 20
Parent & Me Soccer 20
Father & Me Football 20
Munchkin Tennis 20
Parent & Me Soccer 20
Kids Night Out Sport Camp 21
Advanced Chess 24
Karate 30
Pre-Balle 38
Karate 30
Dog Obedience 44
Adult Karate 30
Dog Obedience 44
Down and Dirty 32
A tradition in Winnetka since 1915! Mount your broomsticks and fy on over for Halloween thrills at this popular Community House tradition
“Not So Scary” Haunted House
Ages 10 and under
Do your kids wonder what the haunted house is all about but aren’t sure they want to visit because it might be too scary? Join us on Friday, October 26 for
an event like no other. Enjoy the twists, turns and excitement with the lights on, music down and no ghouls jumping out. Purchase your tickets at the WCH
front desk the day of the event and enjoy some Halloween fun!
Friday, October 26 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
$2/person single visit (accompanying adult – free)
Haunted House
Visit our traditional haunted house with your family and friends and be prepared to get scared. Follow the twists and turns of our classic maze... if you dare!
All ages are welcome... to get frightened.
Friday, October 26 7:00–9:00 p.m.
$5/person single visit
CIRCUS BOY'S ACTION PACKED COMEDY SHOW
MONDAY, OCTOBER 8 11:00 –12:00
TICKETS: $5
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WINNETKA COMMUNITY HOUSE •�620 LINCOLN AVE., WINNETKA, IL 60093 •�847-446-0537
SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK L I VE !
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6 11:00 –12:00
TICKETS: $5
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Join us for our
C e n t e n n i a l
c l o s i n g c e r e m o n y
Friday, November 2
F i n d o u t m o r e a t w i n n e t k a c o m m u n i t y h o u s e . o r g / c e n t e n n i a l
Winnetka Community House makes birthday
parties easy! We offer full service birthday parties
with complete set up and clean up. Our party
coordinator can help you plan your party and
select from a variety of entertainers and activi-
ties. We also partner with popular vendors to help
you save on food for your WCH party. Our parties
will make your child's birthday an event they'll
never forget!
PARTIES SO EASY THEY
MIGHT AS WELL BE MAGIC
To see all our parties visit winnetkacommunityhouse.org/birthdays or call 847-446-3207
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Mark your calendars for our Wine Tasting, coming March 8, 2013
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Y O U T H E N R I C H ME N T
L i t t l e B i t s
Mary Fisher & Elyse Ferdinand
Does your two or three-year-old enjoy
a variety of activities? Join in free play,
circle time, art, songs and simple child-
centered projects. There will be interac-
tion with other children and time for in-
dividual attention, encouraging children
to develop such social skills as sharing,
caring, and cooperation. You may register
for one day per week only. Staff may not
change diapers. Must be two years of age
by September 10, 2012.
September 10–December 17 1100-0
Monday 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 2–3
Member: $273 Non-Member: $325
No class: 9/17, 10/15
September 4–December 18 1100-1
Tuesday 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 2–3
Member: $315 Non-Member: $375
No class: 10/16
September 5–December 19 1100-2
Wednesday 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 2–3
Member: $294 Non-Member: $350
No class: 9/26, 10/17
A B C ’ s & 1 2 3 ’ s
Mary Fisher & Elyse Ferdinand
Each class is centered on a different
number and letter which are reinforced
through various puppets, songs, games,
and stories. Must be three years of age by
September 17, 2012.
September 7–December 21 1100-4
Friday 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 3–4
Member: $294 Non-Member: $350
No class: 10/19, 11/23
T i n y B i t s
Mary Fisher
Mom and tots come play and learn as we
see how much fun it is to be a toddler!
We’ll have lots of exploring time plus an
art project, story and snack to end a day of
fun. An adult must accompany each child.
September 6–October 25 1100-5
Thursday 9:30–10:30 a.m.
Ages: 1
1/2–2 years with caregiver
Member: $126 Non-Member: $147
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 1100-6
Thursday 9:30–10:30 a.m.
Ages: 1
1/2–2 years with caregiver
Member: $126 Non-Member: $147
No class: 11/22
T i n y T r e k s E x p l o r e r New!
Tiny Treks
Tiny Treks is an innovative program for
families who want to teach their children
about the world through exploration of
their natural surroundings. We believe
children learn best through hands-on ex-
periences which build self-esteem and
encourage a love of nature. In this class
activities will include short stimulating
hikes in a variety of outdoor settings, mu-
sic, art projects and games. Please bring a
lunch and drink to class.
September 5–December 12 1170-1
Wednesday 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $420 Non-Member: $546
No class: 9/26, 10/17, 11/21
September 5–December 12 1170-2
Wednesday 11:15 a.m.– 1:45 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $420 Non-Member: $546
No class: 9/26, 10/17, 11/21
A m a z i n g M i n d s
Amazing Minds
Learning made fun! Come explore this
exciting after school program open to
all frst–third graders who love to learn.
Amazing Minds offers a variety of inter-
active topics that change each session and
will expand your child’s knowledge of the
world while reinforcing their academic
skills. Your child may become a junior ge-
ologist and explore the world of rocks and
minerals, investigate owl pellets, fnd out
how to make raisins bounce through scien-
tifc experiments, learn about famous land-
marks, discover rare Australian animals,
excavate hidden treasures from an ancient
Egyptian tomb or sample ethnic cuisine
from China or Italy. Come join all the fun
exploration in this can’t-miss enrichment
program. All materials are included. Each
session a different country is explored,
thus exposing your child to geography as
well as different languages and cultures.
September 5–December 19 1610-0
Wednesday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 6–9
Member: $240 Non-Member: $288
No class: 9/26, 10/17, 10/31, 11/21
Photo coutresy of Tiny Treks
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A d v a n c e d C h e s s New!
Chess Wizards
Chess Wizards is now offering advanced chess classes at Win-
netka Community House! If you feel your child needs more of a
challenge, then this class will be the perfect way to expand their
knowledge of chess. Children will learn advanced strategies and
techniques, and classes will focus on preparation for tournaments
in the wider chess world. Our class will cover openings, end-
games, grandmaster games, and competitive psychology. Please
note that this class is highly advanced and requires a good base
knowledge of chess theory.
October 6–November 17 2720-8
Saturday 10:00–11:00 a.m.
Ages: K–8
Member: $120 Non-Member: $144
No class: 10/20
M o d e r n M a n n e r s 1 0 1 - S o c i a l D i n i n g S k i l l s
Patricia O’Brien
It takes just 30 seconds to make an impression. Will it be a good
one? Introductions, handshakes, eye contact and body language
are just a few of the social graces you will learn and keep in your
portfolio for life. In addition, personal qualities such as telephone
courtesies, acts of kindness, parties, invitations, the importance
of RSVP and the importance of writing a thank you note will be
included. Learn the rules of table manners including the proper
way to set the table, which fork to use and what to do if you drop
it on the foor. Ms. Manners requests you be on time and dress in
your best: gentleman – shirt, tie and sport coat; young women –
dress or suitable pant outft.
November 10 1300-8
Saturday 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Ages: 7–13
Member: $65 Non-Member: $77
E x t r a o r d i n a r y K i d s
Extraordinary Kids Staff
Join an Extraordinary Kids class and en-
rich your child’s kindergarten year with
an educational adventure. Each session
will explore several thematic units that
will be integrated into all areas of the cur-
riculum: science, math, language arts, so-
cial studies, geography and art. Kids learn
about the human body, monsters, Africa,
dinosaurs and more. Extraordinary Kids
emphasizes fun and creativity, challenges
creative minds, enhances learning through
interactive and hands-on exploration, en-
courages critical thinking and establishes
a life-long love of learning. Students must
be fve years of age by October 1, 2012.
For more detailed information call Ex-
traordinary Kids at 847-945-7632 or visit
www.Extraordinary-Kids.com
September 10–December 10 1101-0
Monday 9:15–11:15 a.m.
Ages: 5–6
Member: $308 Non-Member: $374
No class: 9/17, 10/8, 10/15
September 10–December 10 1101-1
Monday 12:45–2:45 p.m.
Ages: 5–6
Member: $308 Non-Member: $374
No class: 9/17, 10/8, 10/15
September 4–December 11 1101-2
Tuesday 9:15–11:15 a.m.
Ages: 5–6
Member: $364 Non-Member: $442
No class: 10/16, 11/06
September 4–December 11 1101-3
Tuesday 12:45–2:45 p.m.
Ages: 5–6
Member: $364 Non-Member: $442
No class: 10/16, 11/06
September 5–December 12 1101-4
Wednesday 9:15–11:15 a.m.
Ages: 5–6
Member: $336 Non-Member: $408
No class: 9/26, 10/17, 11/21
September 5–December 12 1101-5
Wednesday 12:45–2:45 p.m.
Ages: 5–6
Member: $336 Non-Member: $408
No class: 9/26, 10/17, 11/21
September 6–December 13 1101-6
Thursday 9:15–11:15 a.m.
Ages: 5–6
Member: $364 Non-Member: $442
No class: 10/18, 11/22
September 6–December 13 1101-7
Thursday 12:45–2:45 p.m.
Ages: 5–6
Member: $364 Non-Member: $442
No class: 10/18, 11/22
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F u n w i t h A m i g o s
Amigos Program
Everyday will be a special day at Fun
With Amigos. We will laugh, play, create,
sing, paint, cook and discover great won-
ders. We will do it all while learning Span-
ish! From the creators of Camp Amigos,
Fun with Amigos uses a highly controlled
vocabulary introduced in conjunction
with fun theme days. All instructors are
experienced in early childhood and at least
one instructor is a native speaker.
September 10–December 17 1305-0
Monday 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $240 Non-Member: $288
No class: 9/17, 10/08, 10/15
September 11–December 18 1305-5
Tuesday 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $240 Non-Member: $288
No class: 9/18, 10/09, 10/16
C o o k i n g W i t h A m i g o s
Amigos Program
Every day promises to include a fun-flled
delicious activity! We will chop, mix, slice,
peel and eat. We will do it all while lean-
ing Spanish! From the creators of Camp
Amigos, Cooking With Amigos uses a
highly controlled vocabulary introduced
in conjunction with fun-to-make recipes.
As we wait for our creations to cook,
we will have lots of fun playing games in
Spanish. The instructor is a native Span-
ish speaker who has been carefully trained
to implement the Amigos Programs curric-
ulum. Please do not register if your child
has allergies to egg, soy, dairy, wheat,
nuts or berries.
September 11–December 18 1305-1
Tuesday 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $276 Non-Member: $336
No class: 9/18, 10/09, 10/16
September 11–December 18 1305-3
Tuesday 1:00–2:30 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $276 Non-Member: $336
No class: 9/18, 10/09, 10/16
C a f e A m i g o s
Amigos Program
Cafe Amigos is a Spanish “lunch bunch!”
Following lunch children will enjoy
games, songs and playtime while learning
Spanish. The instructor is a native speak-
er and trained to work in early childhood.
Children bring their own lunch and a bev-
erage. Staff will escort children from the
Winnetka Community Nursery School.
September 10–December 17 1305-4
Monday 11:15 a.m.–12:45 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $240 Non-Member: $288
No class: 9/17, 10/08, 10/15
September 11–December 18 1306-1
Tuesday 11:15 a.m.–12:45 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $240 Non-Member: $288
No class: 9/18, 10/09, 10/16
T i m e f o r A m i g o s
Amigos Program
This parent (or caregiver) and child class
includes songs, movement activities, cre-
ative dramatics, art, playtime and more.
We will do it all while learning Spanish!
From the creators of Camp Amigos, Time
for Amigos uses a highly controlled vo-
cabulary introduced in conjunction with
fun theme days. Our instructor is a native
Spanish speaker who has been carefully
trained to implement the Amigos Pro-
grams curriculum.
September 10–December 17 1305-6
Monday 9:30–10:30 a.m.
Ages: 2–3 with parent/caregiver
Member: $156 Non-Member: $187
No class: 9/17, 10/08, 10/15
S P A N I S H
Fall 2012 Art and Science Page 15
A r t S t a r s New!
Karen Perl, North Shore Art League
Become an artist and explore many types
of materials including tempera and wa-
tercolor paints, colored pencils, colored
paper, crayons, markers and more. Listen
to stories for inspiration and create your
own masterpieces each week. All materi-
als provided.
September 24–November 26 1604-0
Monday 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 3.5–5
Member: $270 Non-Member: $342
No class: 10/8, 10/15
September 25–November 20 1604-1
Tuesday 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 3.5–5
Member: $270 Non-Member: $342
No class: 10/16
A m a z i n g A r t New!
Sunshine Arts and Crafts
Students begin by creating their own
tie-dye shirts which are used as painting
smocks for the remainder of the program.
Shirts are provided. Kids will then be ex-
posed to pottery painting using acrylics
and will learn a variety of techniques. Dif-
ferent concepts will be shown as students
investigate aspects of color, brush strokes,
sponging, dry-brushing, texturing and
shading. All fnished pieces will be glazed
and glitter sparkled (if desired) and taken
home immediately. In the other sessions
the kids will create recycled art projects
and a “green” ceramic bowl, plate, mug or
tile which will be fred and used at home.
September 13–October 25 1604-2
Thursday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 5–10
Member: $120 Non-Member: $144
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 13 1604-3
Thursday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 5–10
Member: $120 Non-Member: $144
No class: 11/22
T h e J o y o f C r e a t i v i t y
Carole Pearlman & Staff
An art curriculum designed especially
for the preschool and kindergarten child
including creative explorations through
stories, art and play. The class begins
with plenty of time for free expression,
an introduction to the project via a book
and then independent creativity begins.
This is a mixed media class using water-
colors, oil pastels, tempera paint, collage
and more. A new project every week! All
materials are included.
September 13–December 20 1804-6
Thursday 9:15–11:15 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $390 Non-Member: $468
No class: 10/18, 11/22
September 13–December 20 1804-7
Thursday 12:45–2:45 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $390 Non-Member: $468
No class: 10/18, 11/22
A R T
S C I E N C E
V i d e o G a m e R o b o t i c s New!
Computer Explorers
Build robotics and use them as controllers
for your Scratch video animation projects!
You and a partner will use LEGO Robotics
kits to build a controller for your Scratch
game (similar to Nintendo Wii). This amaz-
ing course uses the most innovative tools
available to experiment with robots and
sensors that communicate with the com-
puter to control your games.
October 2–December 11 1301-8
Tuesday 5:30–6:30 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $198 Non-Member: $243
No class: 10/16, 11/20
K i d s S c i e n c e L a b s New!
Kids Science Labs
Kids Science Labs has developed innova-
tive hands-on classes for kids using our
unique inquiry-based LIFES (Learning In-
novation, Fun Engineering, and Science)
Curriculum. By engaging kids with science
early and often we help enable a genera-
tion of amazing critical thinkers. We start
every class with a question and then use
science activities to explore the answers.
Our instructors are certifed teachers
and scientists.
September 10–December 3 2700-1
Monday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 6–8
Member: $250 Non-Member: $300
No class: 10/15, 10/22, 11/19
J u n i o r F U N - g i n e e r i n g New!
w i t h L E G O S
Computer Explorers
Want to be an engineer? Working in teams
you’ll learn about structures and forces, le-
vers, wheels and axles, pulleys and gears.
Bring your machine to life while exploring
motors and energy. The class will culmi-
nate with a catapult challenge where teams
will compete against each other to build
the ultimate catapult machine.
October 2–December 11 1605-0
Tuesday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Grades: 1–2
Member: $175 Non-Member: $210
No class: 10/16, 11/20
Page 16 Music Fall 2012
M u s i k g a r t e n :
F a m i l y M u s i c F o r B a b i e s
The Music Institute of Chicago
Play musically with your baby through
bouncing and rocking songs, wiggle and
peek-a-boo games, dancing, moving and
singing. Activities are designed to in-
crease your child’s curiosity about music,
develop listening skills and sense of beat
through movement and establish the foun-
dation for singing and musical thought.
An adult must accompany each child.
September 12–January 16 1103-0
Wednesday 9:15–10:00 a.m.
Ages: 4–18 months
Member: $233 Non-Member: $280
No class: 9/26, 11/21, 12/26, 1/2
M u s i k g a r t e n :
F a m i l y M u s i c F o r T o d d l e r s
The Music Institute of Chicago
Participate with your toddler in singing,
chanting, moving, dancing, listening and
playing simple instruments while develop-
ing a strong musical bond with your child.
Through activities that bridge the natural
connection between music and movement,
your child’s musical aptitude and focused
listening abilities are enhanced and fur-
ther developed. Classes provide an active
hands-on musical environment appropri-
ate for this age.
An adult must accompany each child.
September 12–January 16 1103-2
Wednesday 10:15–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 16–47 months
Member: $228 Non-Member: $274
No class: 9/26, 11/21, 12/26, 1/2
September 20–January 17 1103-3
Thursday 10:15–11:00 a.m.
Ages: 16–47 months
Member: $228 Non-Member: $274
No class: 11/22, 12/27, 1/3
M u s i k g a r t e n :
C y c l e o f S e a s o n s
The Music Institute of Chicago
Celebrate your child’s love of nature and
growing independence through activities
which focus on the seasons of the year.
Classes are designed to build attention
span, self-expression, and language de-
velopment and include singing, chanting,
moving, focused listening, musical games,
creative movement as well as stories for
the children to act out and embellish.
An adult must accompany each child.
September 20–January 17 1103-6
Thursday 11:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $238 Non-Member: $286
No class: 11/22, 12/27, 1/3
All Musikgarten classes on October 17
and 18 will be held at the Music Insti-
tute of Chicago, 300 Green Bay Road,
Winnetka, IL 60093.
MU S I C
G u i t a r L e s s o n s :
P r i v a t e I n s t r u c t i o n
Brandon Seyferth
This class is for the beginning guitarist.
Students will learn how to apply basic
musical concepts such as rhythm, harmo-
ny and melody to the guitar. At the end
of the class you will be able to read and
play basic chord symbols and melodies.
We will even learn some songs! Please
bring your own guitar. After registering,
you will be contacted by the instructor to
arrange a 30 minute lesson time.
September 12–December 5 2755-1
Wednesday 3:00–8:00 p.m.
Ages: 7 and up
Member: $220 Non-Member: $264
No class: 10/17, 10/31, 11/21
Fall 2012 Youth Enrichment Page 17
M e e t o u r Y o u t h E n r i c h m e n t i n s t r u c t o r s
Brandon Seyferth has been teaching guitar at the North Shore School for the Arts in Glencoe for seven years. He is a critically acclaimed
songwriter and composer who is accomplished on the guitar, voice, blues piano and drums. Seyferth has performed, composed and re-
corded with the likes of Jackson Browne, Victor Delarenzo (Violent Femmes), Jay Bennett (Wilco), Eric McFadden (P-Funk, Stockholm
Syndrome), and Clyde Stubblefeld (James Brown). His lengthy study and experience as a guitarist and multi-instrumentalist make him
an excellent results-based instructor. His love for music and learning translates into fun and rewarding lessons.
Mary Fisher has been working in the early childhood profession for over 20 years. She has been teaching at the Community House for
over 10 years.
Elyse Ferdinand holds a degree from Northern Illinois in Early Childhood Education. She has over 18 years of preschool
teaching experience.
Kids Science Labs has developed innovative hands-on classes for kids age two–12 using our unique inquiry based LIFES Curriculum
(Learning Innovation, Fun Engineering and Science). By engaging kids with the hands-on science they love early and with regular fre-
quency year round, we help enable a generation of amazing critical thinkers, regardless of their future careers. All classes are built on
activities based on core science principles that are framed as questions that your kids ask you every day.
Carole Pearlman is the founder of The Joy of Creativity art program. Inspiring curriculum, freedom of expression and opportunities
to explore many art materials make this innovative program a creative success for each student. Carole holds a BFA in painting and a
Masters degree in education and psychology.
Karen Perl, BFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Studied in Dublin, Ireland at The National College of Art and Design.
Lived and painted for two years in Montpellier, France. Teaching experience: Marwen, The Evanston Art Center, The Greenleaf
Art Center and private instruction. www.karenperl.com
Carol Modes worked for the Deerfeld Public Schools for 14 years teaching kindergarten, second and fourth grade classes and as a
gifted education instructor. She and codirector Susie Blau developed all materials and curriculum for Extraordinary Kids.
Susie Blau has a Master of Arts degree in behavioral psychology and has worked as a consultant to families and educators for over 15
years. She and codirector Carol Modes developed all materials and curriculum for Extraordinary Kids.
Patricia O’Brien has been trained and certifed by the Protocol School of Washington to present etiquette programs to children, teens
and young adults. She has established Manners, Please, providing social skills for every occasion.
Tiny Treks is an innovative program for families who want to teach their children about the world through exploration of their natu-
ral surroundings. We believe children learn best through hands-on experiences which build self-esteem and encourage a love of nature.
In this class activities will include short, stimulating hikes in a variety of outdoor settings, music, art projects and games.
Please bring a lunch and drink to class.
The Music Institute of Chicago
Celebrate your child’s love of nature and growing independence through activities which focus on the seasons of the year. Classes are
designed to build attention span, self-expression and language development and include stories, singing and games.
Fall 2012 Youth Theatre Page 18
B r o a d w a y S t a r s New!
S e u s s i c a l J r .
Skyline Studios
Join Skyline Studios and let your creativ-
ity take fight in Seussical Jr.! Jump into
the magical world of musical theatre by ex-
ploring acting, singing and choreography
in preparation for the show. By the end of
class, you’ll be ready to take center stage
and shine as one of the stars in Seussical Jr.
Each cast member will receive a rehearsal
CD and script for practice at home. All ac-
tors involved in Broadway Stars will have
a chance to perform on stage at Winnetka
Community House. All rehearsal and per-
formances are held at the Winnetka Com-
munity House. Performances will take
place December 5–9, 2012.
September 10–December 3 1200-1
Monday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $280 Non-Member: $336
No class: 10/15, 11/19
September 7–December 7 1200-2
Friday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $280 Non-Member: $336
No class: 10/19, 11/23
B r o a d w a y J u n i o r s New!
S e u s s i c a l J r .
Skyline Studios
Calling all young actors: are you ready
to have your debut on stage? Join us in a
wonderful and exciting journey as we ex-
plore musical theatre. All actors involved
in this program will rehearse weekly to
learn songs, scenes and dances from Seussi-
cal Jr. Each cast member will receive a re-
hearsal CD and script for practice at home.
Get ready for a fabulous show. Broadway,
here we come! Performances are held at
Winnetka Community House during the
week of December 5–9, 2012.
September 6–December 6 1200-0
Thursday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 5–7
Member: $230 Non-Member: $276
No class: 10/18, 11/22
S e u s s i c a l J r . New!
A u d i t i o n W o r k s h o p
Skyline Studios
3...2...1...Action! Wondering how to pre-
pare for your audition? Have no fear, Sky-
line is here! Join the directors of Skyline
Studios to learn how to give a fabulous au-
dition for Seussical Jr. We will explore the
essentials of a singing, dancing and acting
audition. No previous experience neces-
sary, just a willingness to have fun!
September 1 1222-0
Saturday 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $40 Non-Member: $48
Skyline Studios and Winnetka Com-
munity House are pleased to announce
Seussical Jr. coming this fall! Join us for
magic and whimsy! Come one, come all!
We will rehearse weekly with accredited
instructors and become a group of Seussi-
cal conductors. Each actor will receive a
part, script and CD of songs. They will
increase self-esteem, teamwork and every-
one belongs. A glorious show will be per-
formed at the end. Best of all, each child is
sure to make a new friend!
Seussical Jr. Guidelines
Attendance is an essential component of a
performance program. If two practices are
missed, student parts may be reassigned.
No make-up classes will be offered. Please
help your child practice and memorize
at home so your actor feels confdent on
stage. Please be prompt in arrival and
dismissal times. All rehearsals are closed.
Please no parents or guests watching. Ac-
tors are required to bring their scripts to
every rehearsal. There will be no refunds
after the frst week of classes (September
10). For more information call (847) 769-
8174, (847) 707-1385 or email
skylinechicago@gmail.com
Performances will take place December
5–9 at Winnetka Community House.
Y O U T H T H E A T R E
New!
Fall 2012 Holiday Camps Page 19
H O L I D A Y C A MP S
C h e s s W i z a r d s C a m p
Chess Wizards
Would you like to go on a journey to learn
cool openings, mid-games with all the
pins, double attacks, endgames and even
bughouse? Would you like to be a part of
a successful chess team, designed to cater
to all levels of chess players? If so, come
join Chess Wizards for this camp! Camp-
ers will learn how to play chess in a fun
atmosphere. This camp is for beginning
and intermediate level players. No previ-
ous experience is needed. Children should
bring their own lunch and a drink; snacks
will be provided. All campers will receive
a chessboard, a Chess Wizards T-shirt,
score book, trophy, work folder and cer-
tifcate of achievement!
December 26–December 28 2720-7
Wednesday–Friday 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages: K–8
Member: $140 Non-Member: $168
H o l i d a y H o o p s C a m p
3Point Athletics
3Point Athletics will be holding its annual
Hoops Camp during your school’s holiday
break. The camp will focus on drills that
improve skill sets of individual players in
areas such as dribbling, passing, shooting,
defense and teamwork. Games and con-
tests will be held daily in order to focus on
the skills learned each day in camp, while
the ultimate goal will be daily full-court
game situation scrimmages that will show-
case all of the skills honed throughout the
week. All campers will receive a 3Point
Athletics t-shirt and prizes. Please send
your child with a brown bag lunch.
December 26–December 28 3000-0
Wednesday–Friday 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Grades: 1–6
Member: $176 Non-Member: $211
H o t s h o t s S p o r t s a n d M o r e
H o l i d a y C a m p
Hot Shots
The camp features a variety of sports in-
cluding soccer, baseball, basketball, foor
hockey, football, kickball and more. In ad-
dition, a wide range of group games will
be played. Instruction will focus on basic
fundamentals and good sportsmanship.
Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt
and Hot Shots basketball. Campers should
bring a snack each day.
January 2–January 4 3000-1
Wednesday–Friday 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–7
Member: $88 Non-Member: $106
Page 20 Youth Athletics Fall 2012
P l a y & C l a y
Mark Miller and Gabriella Verbovszky
Interested in sports and ceramics but can’t
make up your mind about what to do this
fall? Try both! Spend 45 minutes in our
gymnasium playing recreational games such
as soccer, basketball, kickball and more.
Through teamwork and sportsmanship, we
offer a nurturing atmosphere for learning
the fundamentals of a variety of sports.
Next, students visit the ceramics studio
for 45 minutes working on creative projects
that have sports intertwined. This is a great
opportunity to develop both large and small
motor skills in a fun environment. Classes
begin in the gymnasium and end in the
ceramics studio.
September 14–October 26 3000-2
Friday 9:15–10:45 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $189 Non-Member: $227
No class: 10/19
November 2–December 21 3000-3
Friday 9:15–10:45 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $224 Non-Member: $269
No class: 11/23
F a t h e r & M e F o o t b a l l
Mark Miller and Staff
This program teaches the students the
basic concepts of football rules, catching
and throwing, and fag-pulling. Teamwork
and sportsmanship are emphasized. The
philosophy of Mark Miller’s Munchkin
Nerf Football is to provide basics in a relaxed
and fun environment.
September 8–October 13 3000-4
Saturday 12:30–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $164 Non-Member: $197
October 27–December 15 3000-5
Saturday 12:30–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $189 Non-Member: $227
No class: 11/24
P a r e n t & M e S o c c e r
Mark Miller and Staff
This program gives children an opportunity
to learn the game of soccer. With instruction
from Mark Miller and his staff, children will
learn basic skills, coordination drills and fun
games in a relaxed and fun environment.
September 8–October 13 3000-6
Saturday 1:00–1:30 p.m.
Ages: 3–6
Member: $164 Non-Member: $197
October 27–December 15 3000-7
Saturday 1:00–1:30 p.m.
Ages: 3–6
Member: $189 Non-Member: $227
No class: 11/24
M a r k M i l l e r ’ s
M u n c h k i n T e n n i s
Mark Miller and Staff
Mark Miller is the creator of Mark Miller’s
Munchkin Tennis where he and his staff
use a unique style of teaching tennis to
young children. Hand-eye coordination drills
and fun games are emphasized in a relaxed
environment. Your children will learn the
key building blocks to playing a great game
of tennis.
September 8–October 13 3001-0
Saturday 11:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–8
Member: $164 Non-Member: $197
September 8–October 13 3000-8
Saturday 12:00–12:30 p.m.
Ages: 4–8
Member: $164 Non-Member: $197
October 27–December 15 3001-1
Saturday 11:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–8
Member: $189 Non-Member: $227
No class: 11/24
October 27–December 15 3000-9
Saturday 12:00–12:30 p.m.
Ages: 4–8
Member: $189 Non-Member: $227
No class: 11/24
M i n i - M a j o r s
Illinois Baseball Academy
Illinois Baseball Academy employs some of
the most accomplished and dynamic coaches
on the North Shore, many with college and
professional playing experience. The Mini-
Majors introductory clinic is a fun-flled
way for kids to learn the fundamentals of
throwing, felding and hitting. Our goal
is to help young players gain confdence,
improve coordination and appreciate the
joys of teamwork and sportsmanship. While
skill development is a part of the program,
we also spend considerable time each week
teaching life-skills through books and
baseball history lessons.
Each participant will receive an Illinois
Baseball Academy t-shirt.
September 10–October 22 3001-2
Monday 9:00–10:00 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $139 Non-Member: $167
No class: 10/15
September 11–October 23 3001-3
Tuesday 1:00–2:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $139 Non-Member: $167
No class: 10/16
September 12–October 24 3001-4
Wednesday 1:00–2:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $139 Non-Member: $167
No class: 10/17
October 29–December 17 3001-6
Monday 9:00–10:00 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $161 Non-Member: $193
No class: 11/19
October 30–December 18 3001-7
Tuesday 1:00–2:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $161 Non-Member: $193
No class: 11/20
October 31–December 19 3001-8
Wednesday 1:00–2:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $161 Non-Member: $193
No class: 11/21
Y O U T H A T H L E T I C S
Fall 2012 Youth Athletics Page 21
I B A & C l a y New!
Illinois Baseball Academy and
Gabriella Verbovszky
Throw a ball and some clay. Slide into
home plate, and make a plate. Baseball and
Ceramics, what a combination! Have your
child join us for this exciting new class
allowing them to fnd their inner artist as
well as participate in the stimulating sport
of baseball. Spend 45 minutes in our ceramics
studio creating fun projects which have
sports intertwined, followed by 45 minutes
in the gymnasium playing and learning
baseball. This class is for both boys and girls.
Classes begin in the ceramics studio and end
in the gymnasium.
September 14–October 26 3001-5
Friday 9:15–10:45 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $192 Non-Member: $230
No class: 10/19
November 2–December 21 3001-9
Friday 9:15–10:45 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $224 Non-Member: $269
No class: 11/23
T o d d l e r D r o p - i n G y m
Are you looking for a place to meet new
friends and have your toddler exercise and
run-off their energy? Tot Time is the place
to do it. We have a balance beam, hoops,
balls, scooters and much more for your child
to use. Participants must wear gym shoes.
No food allowed. Caregivers must remain
with children
.
September 12–December 19
Closed October 17
Wednesday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: Infant–5
$3 frst child
$1 each additional child
M a r k M i l l e r -
A f t e r S c h o o l S p o r t s New!
Mark Miller & Staff
Did you know that Winnetka Community
House has an after school program
specializing in sports? After school programs
offer chances for children to learn something
new. Winnetka Community House is a
bus stop available to your children, and
the instructor will wait at the stop until
all children have arrived. We will provide
healthy snacks. You can work out at our
ftness centre while your child is taking
an after school program. Sign-up for one
day or all fve! Each day a different sport is
highlighted (Monday: dodgeball; Tuesday:
soccer; Wednesday: Nerf football; Thursday:
basketball; Friday: wide world of sports).
September 10–December 17 3012-9
Monday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Grades: 1–5
Member: $330 Non-Member: $396
No class: 9/17, 10/8, 10/15, 11/19
September 11–December 18 3013-0
Tuesday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Grades: 1–5
Member: $390 Non-Member: $468
No class: 10/16, 11/06, 11/20
September 12–December 19 3013-1
Wednesday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Grades: 1–5
Member: $360 Non-Member: $432
No class: 9/26, 10/17, 11/21
September 13–December 20 3013-2
Thursday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Grades: 1–5
Member: $390 Non-Member: $468
No class: 10/18, 11/22
September 14–December 21 3013-3
Friday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Grades: 1–5
Member: $390 Non-Member: $468
No class: 10/19, 11/23
September 10–December 21 3013-4
Monday–Friday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Grades: 1–5
Member: $1674 Non-Member: $2009
No class: 9/17, 9/26, 10/8, 10/15, 10/16,
10/17, 10/18, 10/19, 11/0
M a r k M i l l e r ’ s K i d s N i g h t
O u t S p o r t C a m p New!
Mark Miller & Staff
Drop your kids off for this exciting, active
and fun program. All children must be
personally escorted and signed in by a
registered parent or guardian and then
signed out at the end of the evening by an
authorized adult. A $5 fee will be charged
for every 15 minutes past the closing time
you sign your child out.
September 7 3013-5
Friday 7:00–10:00 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $45 Non-Member: $54
October 5 3013-6
Friday 7:00–10:00 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $45 Non-Member: $54
November 2 3013-7
Friday 7:00–10:00 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $45 Non-Member: $54
December 7 3013-8
Friday 7:00–10:00 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $45 Non-Member: $54
F e n c i n g
Midwest Fencing Academy
Fencing demands a blend of tactical and
strategic thought and a physical execution
of those decisions. This has led many to
describe the sport as “physical chess.”
Fencing also teaches balance and discipline
and even more than this, it’s fun! Fencing is
for those new to fencing or those who would
like to work on the basic skills of fencing.
This class will cover basic fencing rules,
fencing etiquette, basic footwork, attacks,
and defenses. Classes will consist of warm
up time, footwork time, group lesson and
bouting. Equipment is provided.
September 5–October 10 3002-0
Wednesday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 7 and up
Member: $215 Non-Member: $258
October 24–November 28 3002-1
Wednesday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 7 and up
Member: $215 Non-Member: $258
December 5–January 2 3002-2
Wednesday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 7 and up
Member: $179 Non-Member: $215
Page 22 Youth Athletics Fall 2012
H o t S h o t s L u n c h & P l a y
Hot Shots Sports
Children are introduced to a variety of
sports including soccer, t-ball, basketball,
football, kickball and other sports and
group games. The goal is to provide the
opportunity for each child to develop motor
skills and nurture his or her growth socially
through teamwork and good sportsmanship.
Bring a lunch and come and play.
September 10–October 22 3002-3
Monday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/17, 10/15
October 29–December 17 3002-7
Monday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/19
September 10–June 3 3003-1
Monday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $693 Non-Member: $832
No class: 9/17, 10/15, 11/19, 3/25, 5/6,
5/27
September 11–October 23 3002-4
Tuesday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/16
October 30–December 18 3002-8
Tuesday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/20
September 11–June 4 3003-2
Tuesday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $693 Non-Member: $832
No class: 10/16, 11/20, 3/26, 5/7
September 13–October 25 3002-5
Thursday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 3002-9
Thursday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
September 13–June 6 3003-3
Thursday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $693 Non-Member: $832
No class: 10/18, 11/22, 3/28, 5/9
September 14–October 26 3002-6
Friday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/19
November 2–December 21 3003-0
Friday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/23
September 14–June 7 3003-4
Friday 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $693 Non-Member: $832
No class: 10/19, 11/23, 3/29
New!
“ G a m e T i m e ” F l a g F o o t b a l l
Hot Shots Sports
Players experience daily scrimmages with
active instruction and tips from the coaching
staff of Hot Shots Sports. Coaches will
referee while emphasizing the fundamentals
and game strategies of fag football. Players
will be encouraged to employ skills used
in football such as running pass routes,
play calling, defensive positioning, the
fundamentals of blocking and pass coverage.
These skills and others will be put to use in a
“game time” environment while the players
scrimmage each week. Both boys and girls
are welcome.
September 10–October 22 3006-7
Monday 6:45–8:00 p.m.
Ages: 8–12
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/17, 10/15
October 29–December 17 3006-8
Monday 6:45–8:00 p.m.
Ages: 8–12
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/19
H o t S h o t s S p o r t s :
I n d o o r F l o o r H o c k e y
Hot Shots Sports
Hockey fundamentals as well as game
strategy, teamwork, sportsmanship and
safety will be stressed each week. Players
will learn key concepts and rules as well as
valued fundamentals to allow them to get
a jump start on the competition before the
winter hockey season kicks off. Participants
will be free to wear shin guards and gloves
(not required). Boys and girls are welcome.
September 14–October 26 3006-9
Friday 4:30–5:30 p.m.
Ages: 7–10
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/19
November 2–December 21 3007-0
Friday 4:30–5:30 p.m.
Ages: 7–10
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/23
Fall 2012 Youth Athletics Page 23
H o t S h o t s S p o r t s :
S p o r t s a n d M o r e
Hot Shots Sports
Children learn sports such as soccer, T-ball,
football, basketball and foor hockey. The
goal is to provide the opportunity for each
child to develop motor skills and nurture his
or her growth socially through teamwork
and good sportsmanship. Both boys and girls
are welcome.
September 10–October 22 3003-5
Monday 10:45–11:30 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/17, 10/15
October 29–December 17 3003-6
Monday 10:45–11:30 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/19
H o t S h o t s S p o r t s :
T o t a l S p o r t s
Hot Shots Sports
Total Sports not only teaches children the
basic skills of playing a particular sport, it
also teaches them skills needed to work with
one another as teammates and to accept
each individual as a valuable player. Some
of the sports taught and played include
soccer, kickball, football t-ball, foor hockey,
basketball and more.
September 12–October 24 3003-7
Wednesday 10:30–11:30 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/26, 10/17
October 31–December 19 3003-9
Wednesday 10:30–11:30 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/21
September 14–October 26 3003-8
Friday 2:00–3:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/19
November 2–December 21 3004-0
Friday 2:00–3:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/23
H o t S h o t s S p o r t s :
P a r e n t T o t S o c c e r
Hot Shots Sports
Young children develop motor skills while
having fun running and kicking just like the
big kids. Parents and tots work together
in this class to learn the basics of soccer.
Dribbling, passing, shooting and kicking will
all be emphasized. A variety of activities
designed around the game of soccer will be
played each week.
September 12–October 24 3004-1
Wednesday 9:45–10:30 a.m.
Ages: 2–4
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/26, 10/17
October 31–December 19 3004-2
Wednesday 9:45–10:30 a.m.
Ages: 2–4
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/21
H o t S h o t s S p o r t s :
A d u l t - T o t S p o r t s
Hot Shots Sports
Parents are an integral part of helping their
tots develop basic sports movement and
motor skills. Motor skills activities focus
on hand/eye and hand/foot coordination.
Sports equipment and instruction are
provided to help guide your child through
an introduction to organized sports.
September 10–October 22 3004-3
Monday 10:00–10:45 a.m.
Ages: 2–4
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/17, 10/15
October 29–December 17 3004-4
Monday 10:00–10:45 a.m.
Ages: 2–4
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/19
H o t S h o t s S p o r t s :
T r i p l e P l a y
Hot Shots Sports
This class features three sports: football,
soccer and basketball. Participants develop
skills associated with each sport and have
opportunities to use these skills in game
situations. Emphasis is placed on skill
development, teamwork and sportsmanship.
September 10–October 22 3004-5
Monday 1:15–2:15 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/17, 10/15
October 29–December 17 3004-6
Monday 1:15–2:15 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/19
H o t S h o t s S p o r t s : New!
T i n y T u m b l e r S p o r t s
Hot Shots Sports
This class introduces children to the very
base fundamentals of sports. Participants
will work on elements such as balance,
kicking, throwing and catching. Adult
assistance and participation is required.
September 11–October 23 3004-7
Tuesday 11:00–11:30 a.m.
Ages: 1.5–3
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/16
October 30–December 18 3004-8
Tuesday 11:00–11:30 a.m.
Ages: 1.5–3
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/20
Page 24 Youth Athletics Fall 2012
L i l ’ P i g s k i n s - P i g l e t s
Hot Shots Sports
Children will love the games and activities
that Piglets has to offer. As with all Lil’
Pigskins’ curriculums, fun is the focus
of the class. Our activities help increase
listening skills, balance and coordination.
The class provides an enjoyable, structured
environment where players will also learn
colors and numbers. The Piglets class is
appropriate as the child’s frst Lil’ Pigskins’
class. Adult/parent participation is required.
September 13–October 25 3004-9
Thursday 10:30–11:15 a.m.
Ages: 2–3
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 3005-0
Thursday 10:30–11:15 a.m.
Ages: 2–3
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
L i l ’ P i g s k i n s - S q u e a l e r s
Hot Shots Sports
This class is for 2.5–3.5 year old players who
are not ready to be on the feld without a
parental figure. Our child development
experts tailor the curriculum to help the
players become more independent through
football activities. By the end of this class,
children should be able to easily transition
to the Pigs curriculum. Children experience
exciting football fun through throwing,
kicking, running and jumping. Adult/parent
participation is required.
September 13–October 25 3005-1
Thursday 10:30–11:15 a.m.
Ages: 2.5–3.5
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 3005-2
Thursday 10:30–11:15 a.m.
Ages: 2.5–3.5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
L i l ’ P i g s k i n s - P i g s B e g i n n e r s
Hot Shots Sports
In this age group it is easy for children to
get distracted and lose interest in activities.
Our curriculum is specifcally designed to be
fast-paced and to quickly transition from one
football activity to another. Players start to
learn and develop key skills while playing fun
games with a football. Every class children
get to throw, kick, run and jump.
September 10–October 22 3005-3
Monday 2:15–3:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/17, 10/15
October 29–December 17 3005-6
Monday 2:15–3:00 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/19
September 13–October 25 3005-4
Thursday 1:00–1:45 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 3005-7
Thursday 1:00–1:45 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
September 13–October 25 3005-5
Thursday 1:45–2:30 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 3005-8
Thursday 1:45–2:30 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
L i l ’ P i g s k i n s - E d g e C l a s s e s
Hot Shots Sports
The Edge classes are designed for children
who already have football experience and
want more of a challenge. The curriculum
improves athletic ability and increases
football knowledge. The Edge Classes help
your child gain an edge on the competition.
September 10–October 22 3005-9
Monday 2:15–3:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/17, 10/15
October 29–December 17 3006-2
Monday 2:15–3:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/19
September 13–October 25 3006-0
Thursday 1:00–1:45 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 3006-3
Thursday 1:00–1:45 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
September 13–October 25 3006-1
Thursday 1:45–2:30 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 3006-4
Thursday 1:45–2:30 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
L i l ’ P i g s k i n s - E d g e A d v a n c e
Hot Shots Sports
This course still focuses on fun, but
promotes teamwork, overall athletic ability,
fundamental football skills and more details
about the game of football.
September 10–October 22 3006-5
Monday 6:00–6:45 p.m.
Ages: 6–9
Member: $105 Non-Member: $126
No class: 9/17, 10/15
October 29–December 17 3006-6
Monday 6:00–6:45 p.m.
Ages: 6–9
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/19
Lil’ Pigskins is a national child development program that helps
kids discover the game of football. This program is designed
for children to learn about football, to have fun playing games
and to increase their overall health. Our dynamic curriculum
is safe, non-aggressive, child focused and comprehensive.
From 18 months to nine years, we focus on increasing athletic
ability, leadership, confdence and knowledge of the game.
Lil’ Pigskins focuses more on the fun of football and less on
the competition of football. Children will have a fun-flled
adventure participating in Lil’ Pigskins’ classes.
Fall 2012 Youth Athletics Page 25
D i n o M i t e s : D i n o ’ s New!
Hot Shots Sports
The Dino Program establishes a solid foundation for the development of the child. The
age specifc, story-based approach is built around the introduction and development of the
core motor skills required to play the game. Through fun games and activities the program
develops balance, running, jumping, turning, hand-eye coordination and spatial awareness.
FUNdamental Soccer is a new and exciting soccer program for children starting out or
already involved in soccer. This program has been created to help instill the love of the
game in a professional setting surrounded by caring and qualifed coaches. On and off the
feld, the program will provide a positive learning environment with the tools to create a
memorable experience for everyone involved. The program has been developed to support
active parent participation through the use of the Backyard Activity Booklet. A $35 soccer
kit fee is required at the frst class for frst time participants. The soccer kit includes a Dino
uniform (shirt, shorts, socks) and Dino/Deana soccer ball.
September 13–October 25 3007-1
Thursday 9:00–9:45 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
September 13–October 25 3007-2
Thursday 9:45–10:30 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 3007-5
Thursday 9:00–9:45 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
November 1–December 20 3007-6
Thursday 9:45–10:30 a.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
September 14–October 26 3007-3
Friday 3:00–3:45 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/19
September 14–October 26 3007-4
Friday 3:45–4:30 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/19
November 2–December 21 3007-7
Friday 3:00–3:45 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/23
November 2–December 21 3007-8
Friday 3:45–4:30 p.m.
Ages: 3–5
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/23
D i n o M i t e s : D i n o m i t e s New!
Hot Shots Sports
Dinomites uses the two characters of
Dino and Deana and takes them on a
new adventure each week learning the
fundamentals of soccer. All of the learning
is integrated into the games, stories and play.
This allows the children to learn in their
natural environment while having fun. Our
young athletes learn the important touch
points on their Dino/Deana ball which will
help them understand how to move the
ball. This will create a memorable soccer
experience for everyone involved and it will
leave everyone wanting more.
September 13–October 25 3007-9
Thursday 9:00–9:45 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
September 13–October 25 3008-1
Thursday 9:45–10:30 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 20 3008-0
Thursday 9:00–9:45 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
November 1–December 20 3008-4
Thursday 9:45–10:30 a.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/22
September 14–October 26 3008-2
Friday 3:00– 3:45 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/19
September 14–October 26 3008-3
Friday 3:45–4:30 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $126 Non-Member: $151
No class: 10/19
November 2–December 21 3008-5
Friday 3:00–3:45 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/23
November 2–December 21 3008-6
Friday 3:45–4:30 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $147 Non-Member: $176
No class: 11/23
Page 26 Youth Basketball Fall 2012
Hoops4Health aim is to better the lives of its students. Our goal is to make a positive
impact on youth by providing them a top notch training in the sport of basketball as well
as teaching them how to live a healthy lifestyle off the court as well as teaching them how
to live a healthy lifestyle off the court. We cater to kids of all ages and skill levels. Our four
keys are mind, body, nutrition and discipline. We offer a wide range of programs including
basketball camps/clinics, AAU travel basketball, personal and small group training, video
shooting analysis, nutrition classes, Tai-chi, Kung-Fu, and more. All coaches and teachers
are qualifed professionals in their feld. Hoops4Health is sponsored by Clif Bar, O.N.E.
Coconut Water, and Pirate Brands.
All programs held at Winnetka Community House - 620 Lincoln Ave. Winnetka, IL 60093
Little Ballers Fall Clinic Skills Clinic
Boys and Girls Grades K-2 Boys and Girls Grades 3-9
Winter Travel “Mini Season” Tryouts Bulldogs Winter AAU Travel Tryouts
Boys and Girls Grades 3-9 Boys and Girls Grades 3-9
Adult Tai-Chi with Master Wu
Adults
See www.Hoops4Health.com for dates and times, registration and more details on each program. Or contact Nettie Kula,
Hoops4Health Offce Manager, Support@Hoops4Health.com, 847-404-4629.
3 P o i n t A t h l e t i c s
L i t t l e H o o p e r s
3Point Athletics
Specifically designed for kids, these 45
minute clinics are an introduction to
basketball for the beginner. Classes will
provide a comfortable and fun group
environment as participants learn the
fundamentals of the sport with an emphasis
on dribbling and ball handling. 3Point’s
engaging staff will emphasize activities
that develop basic motor skills, hand-eye
coordination and following directions.
Participants receive a Little Hoopers t-shirt.
September 14–October 26 3009-1
Friday 1:00–1:45 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $114 Non-Member: $137
No class: 10/19
November 2–December 21 3009-2
Friday 1:00–1:45 p.m.
Ages: 4–6
Member: $133 Non-Member: $160
No class: 11/23
3 P o i n t A t h l e t i c s
B a s k e t b a l l C l i n i c s
3Point Athletics
With 10 years of experience running quality
instructional youth basketball programs
in the Chicagoland area, 3Point Athletics
is excited continue classes at Winnetka
Community House. This fall we will be
offering our unique blend of fundamental
drills mixed with a non-competitive and
fun atmosphere that will be sure to keep
your child excited about learning and
participating in our favorite sport. All
individual and team skills will be introduced
with a stress on dribbling and ball handling.
Come join us this fall and prepare for
your upcoming season by building your
confdence with the 3Point Athletics staff.
Register early! Space is limited.
October 29–December 17 3008-7
Monday 3:45–4:45 p.m.
Grades: 1–3
Member: $203 Non-Member: $244
No class: 11/19
October 29–December 17 3008-8
Monday 4:45–5:45 p.m.
Grades: 1–3
Member: $203 Non-Member: $244
No class: 11/19
October 31–December 19 3008-9
Wednesday 3:45–4:45 p.m.
Grades: 1–3
Member: $203 Non-Member: $244
No class: 11/21
October 31–December 19 3009-0
Wednesday 4:45–5:45 p.m.
Grades: 1–3
Member: $203 Non-Member: $244
No class: 11/21
Y O U T H B A S K E T B A L L
Fall 2012 Youth Basketball Page 27
F I RST, SECOND AND THI RD GRADE
YOUTH BASKETBALL “ HOUSE LEAGUE”
If you have a frst through third grade boy or girl interested in playing basketball against other area players without the hassle of
traveling to a different location for every game, this program is for them. Participants will learn fundamental skills through weekly
practice and games. Adult volunteers coach all teams. First grade games will have youth size basketballs and eight foot basketball rims.
Second grade will have youth size basketballs and nine foot basketball rims. Third grade games will have adult size basketballs, 10 foot
basketball rims and score will be kept. All games will have staff referees and timekeepers. All participants will receive a team t-shirt
and commemorative basketball.
1. Teams will be established according to school (Crow Island, Greeley, Hubbard Woods, Sacred Heart, Faith Hope, North Shore
Country Day and more), there will be no evaluation. When flling out your registration form please remember to insert your child/
children’s school. Otherwise placement on a particular school team cannot be guaranteed. If there are more than 10 children from a
school, multiple teams will be formed. If there too few children from any one school, children will be placed on a team according to
village of residence. Due to the number of children in this program requests will not be taken.
2. There will be a one hour practice during the week. Time, assigned at a later date, will be sometime between Monday and Friday,
5:00–8:00 p.m. There will be two weeks of practice before the frst game.
3. Games will be held on Saturdays. Time, assigned at a later date, will be sometime between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Games will begin
after two weeks of practice.
4. All team information (roster, practice time, game time, coach, etc.) will be available on or before December 14, 2012, at www.quicks-
cores.com/wch.
Monday, January 7–Saturday, March 9
Class Grade Member Non-Member Member (after November 4) Non-Member (after November 4)
3010-0 First $325 $390 $350 $415
3010-1 Second $325 $390 $350 $415
3010-2 Third $325 $390 $350 $415
Y O U T H B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H E S R E G I S T R A T I O N A N D I N F O R M A T I O N
Are you a basketball enthusiast who would like to pass on your skills and knowledge of the game? The Community House is looking for
adult volunteers to coach in the Youth Basketball Program for frst–third graders. There will be a mandatory coaches meeting on Mon-
day, December 10. If you are interested in coaching, please fll out the bottom of this page and return it to Jeff Wahl, Athletic Supervi-
sor. You may also fll out the coaching form at www.quickscores.com/wch. There is a maximum of two coaches per team.
There will be no guarantee of coaching partner or coaching opportunity.
Deadline to register as a coach is November 4, 2012.
Youth Basketball Coaches Who: Adult Volunteers Needed Where: Winnetka Community House Gymnasium
When: January 7–March 9, Practice and Games held once a week (days to be arranged). All games held on Saturday.
Practices held Monday–Friday after school and evenings.
Name:____________________________________________________________ Address:______________________________________
City: ______________________________________ Zip:____________ Home Phone: _________________________________
Work Phone: ____________________Email: _____________________________________ Ok to publish in handouts to participants?
Child/children’s name(s): ___________________________________________ Circle grade you would like to coach: 1 2 3
Have you coached at the Winnetka Community House before? Y N
Would like to coach with (maximum of two coaches per team): _______________________________________________________________
G y m r e n t a l s
Ever wish you could use a gymnasium to
participate in basketball with all your own
friends? Well this is possible at Winnetka
Community House! Our gymnasium is available
for rental on a weekly or one–time basis. Call
847-446-0537 for rates and times.
o p e n g y m
Enjoy a pick-up game of basketball with your
friends, meet new people and have fun. Our
backboards and rims are adjustable from eight
to ten feet so all ages and skill levels are wel-
come. Locker rooms and showers are available.
Times are subject to change. Check the posted
schedule, or call for times and directions.
Daily Fee: $3 (Free with Fitness Centre
membership)
Gym Punchcards: $25 for 10 visits
August 26–December 30
Closed October 14, 21, November 4
Sunday 10:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Do you need a get-a-way for you and your children?
Do your children want friends over but you don’t want the mess?
Do you want to have more get-togethers but don’t have the space?
Consi der r ent i ng t he
Free to be Kids
c hi l dc ar e r oom!
T he F r e e t o be Ki ds c hi l dc ar e r oom i s br i ght , s pac i ous
and f ul l y s t oc k e d wi t h t oy s , game s , book s , and mor e !
T he r oom i s av ai l abl e Monday t hr ough Sunday f r om
1: 00- 8: 00 p. m. We pr ov i de t he s pac e , y ou pr ov i de t he s upe r v i s i on.
P l e as e c al l ( 847) 881- 9304 f or mor e i nf or mat i on
and r oom av ai l abi l i t y .
To see all our parties visit
winnetkacommunityhouse.org/birthdays
or call our birthday party hotline at 847-446-3207
BUILD THE PERFECT
BIRTHDAY PARTY!
Create your own personalized treasure! Instructors will assist in
assembly and demonstrate decorating techniques. Our parties
will make your child's birthday an event they'll never forget!
Winnetka Community House makes birthday parties easy!
Our party coordinator can help you plan your party and select
entertainment and activities. We also partner with popular
vendors to help you save on food for your WCH party.
Page 30 Martial Arts Fall 2012
K A R A T E
A b o u t O u r K a r a t e P r o g r a m
Traditional Karate is a martial art which emphasizes the principles and applications of weaponless self-defense. Our Karate Program
follows a systemized belt ranking for all participants. There are 11 belt levels (kyu) before frst-degree black belt (shodan). A new student
is assigned the white belt rank (eleventh kyu). One must fulfll certain requirements under normal practice conditions and in a test
environment to secure progressive promotions up to and including the black belt (dan) levels. When one has acquired a strong foundation
in the fundamentals of Karate, he or she can be promoted to the rank of frst degree black belt.
Uniforms, belt tests and tournaments. are optional and will incur additional costs.
Level: Class: Dates Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member:
Pee Wee Karate 3009-3 September 11–December 6 Tuesday, Thursday 3:10–3:40 p.m. 4–5 $365 $438
Beginner Karate I 3009-4 September 11–December 6 Tuesday, Thursday 3:45–4:30 p.m. 5–8 $485 $582
Saturday 8:45–9:30 a.m.
Beginner Karate II 3009-5 September 11–December 6 Tuesday, Thursday 4:30–5:15 p.m. 5–8 $485 $582
Saturday 9:30–10:15 a.m.
Intermediate Karate 3009-6 September 11–December 6 Tuesday, Thursday 5:15–6:00 p.m. 6–10 $485 $582
Saturday 9:30–10:15 a.m.
Karate 3009-7 September 11–December 6 Tuesday, Thursday 6:00–6:45 p.m. 8–13 $485 $582
Saturday 10:20–11:20 a.m.
3009-8 September 6–December 6 Tuesday, Thursday 6:45–7:45 p.m. 8–13 $485 $582
Saturday 10:20–11:20 a.m.
Adult Karate 3009-9 September 11–December 6 Tuesday, Thursday 7:45–9:10 p.m. 14 and up $505 $606
Saturday 10:20–11:20 a.m.
No class: 10/16, 10/18, 10/20, 11/22
M E E T O U R K A R A T E I N S T R U C T O R S
Frank Chrzanowski, chief instructor, developed the Traditional Karate Program for Winnetka Community House in 1989. He has trained
in Karate since 1975 and has attained the rank of fourth degree black belt in the Japan Karate Association. He has been featured in articles
in the Chicago Tribune, the Sun Times and the Pioneer Press, and has appeared on local and national television programs.
Ron Stein has trained in karate since 1981 and is a third degree black belt in the Japan Karate Association. His karate experience extends
to Europe and Japan, where he lived for four years, training under many instructors and studying various Japanese martial arts. His
karate teaching experience includes The University of Chicago, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the United States
Marine Corps in Tokyo. He has been with Winnetka Community House Karate Program since 1994.
P e e W e e K a r a t e
Students learn how to control their energy levels and concentration through study of fundamental Karate principles. Participants will
learn how to follow instructions and exercise self control in a fun and exciting environment.
B e g i n n e r K a r a t e I
This is an introduction to Karate. No experience is necessary. (Beginner to Orange Belt/White Stripe)
B e g i n n e r K a r a t e I I
Students must have the belt rank of orange or yellow belt to participate.
I n t e r m e d i a t e K a r a t e
Students may join with the permission of the instructor.
K a r a t e
Curriculum enables the beginner through advanced student to develop an effective form of self-defense. Keen perception skills and a mind
that is increasingly alert and sensitive are acquired. Students learn how to relax in stressful conditions and keep an emotional balance.
A d u l t K a r a t e
Students seek the human body’s most complete mental and physical development through self-defense techniques. An extraordinary
fuidity of perception and self-defense skill can be achieved.
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T A E K WO N D O
Taekwondo, one of the newest Olympic sports, is a 2000-year-old martial art, offering a variety of benefts for people of all ages and
physical abilities. Students have the opportunity to improve concentration and self-esteem, achieve lifelong physical ftness and learn
self-defense skills. Classes are taught under the direction of G.Master Ki Hong Kim* (Eighth Dan World Taekwondo Federation.) A $45
uniform fee is required at the frst class. Belt testing is offered through The KH Kim Taekwondo at an additional fee and is held twice a
year. All colored belt students are required to have complete sparring gears.
L i t t l e D r a g o n s T a e k w o n d o
This introductory class is designed to captivate our youngest students. Skills are developed through gentle instruction and appropriate
games for their ability. This class focuses on developing balance, coordination and respect for the discipline of martial arts training.
Class: Level: Day: Date: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: No class:
3010-3 Beginner–Yellow Wednesday September 5–December 19 4:00–4:40 p.m. 4–5 $208 $250 10/17
3010-4 Orange and up Wednesday September 5–December 19 4:45–5:25 p.m. 4–5 $208 $250 10/17
E a r l y T a e k w o n d o
Designed especially for the younger children of six–seven years, this program helps kids develop conditioning, coordination, listening skills
and self-confdence through creative activities.
Class: Level: Day: Date: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: No class:
3010-5 White–Green Wednesday September 5–December 19 5:30–6:15 p.m. 6–7 $208 $250 10/17
3010-6 Purple and up Wednesday September 5–December 19 7:10–8:00 p.m. 6–7 $208 $250 10/17
Y o u t h T a e k w o n d o
This program includes a balanced cardiovascular workout, including punching, kicking and blocking skills, using the Taekwondo tradition,
and self-control. Participants will improve coordination, power of concentration, balance and both physical and mental discipline.
Class: Level: Day: Date: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: No class:
3010-7 White–Green Wednesday September 5–December 19 6:20–7:05 p.m. 8–13 $208 $250 10/17
3010-8 Purple and up Wednesday September 5–December 19 7:10–8:00 p.m. 8–13 $208 $250 10/17
P a r e n t / C h i l d T a e k w o n d o
This class provides families with a fun opportunity to spend time together while improving physical and mental conditioning through
cardiovascular drills, calisthenics and traditional Taekwondo techniques including punching, kicking and blocking. Fee includes instruc-
tion for one parent and one child.
Class: Level: Day: Date: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: No class:
3010-9 All belts Wednesday September 5–December 19 8:05–8:55 p.m. 7 and up $416 $500 10/17
A d u l t T a e k w o n d o
Restricted to high school students and older, this program concentrates on Taekwondo techniques through the study of forms, stances and
the skills of punching, kicking and blocking.

Class: Level: Day: Date: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: No class:
3011-0 All belts Wednesday September 5–December 19 8:05–8:55 p.m. Adult $208 $250 10/17
Page 32 Ceramics Fall 2012
C l a y a n d A n i m a l s New!
Gabriella Verbovszky
Learn about the relationship between
animals and man. This class will focus on
clay and storytelling.
September 14–October 26 2690-1
Friday 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–7
Member: $150 Non-Member: $180
No class: 10/19
November 2–December 21 2690-2
Friday 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages: 4–7
Member: $150 Non-Member: $180
No class: 11/23
P l a n e s , T r a i n s , C a r s
a n d S p a c e s h i p s
Greg Schultz
Want to make your own toys and models?
Love fre trucks and race cars? Combine
them to make a racing fre truck! Like Star
Wars and want your own land speeder for
your action fgures? We’ll make them in this
class and then you will take them home to
play with. Bring your imagination.
September 4–October 23 2693-1
Tuesday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 5–8
Member: $175 Non-Member: $210
No class: 10/16
October 30–December 11 2693-2
Tuesday 4:00–5:00 p.m.
Ages: 5–8
Member: $175 Non-Member: $210
E g y p t i a n A r t - M a k i n g
Gabriella Verbovszky
Travel back in history and rediscover
ancient Egypt, its people, sacred animals,
foods, rituals and adornments. Students
will be able to recreate history by making
pottery, jewelry and paintings using clay
and decorative techniques.
September 10–October 29 2610-1
Monday 4:00–5:30 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $175 Non-Member: $210
No class: 10/22
November 5–December 17 2610-2
Monday 4:00–5:30 p.m.
Ages: 6–12
Member: $175 Non-Member: $210
K i d ’ s W h e e l New!
Greg Schultz
Even small hands can create beautiful and
practical things. Let’s have fun while we
make the perfect cereal bowl and the best
mug from outer space!
September 5–October 24 2611-1
Wednesday 4:00–5:30 p.m.
Ages: 8 and up
Member: $175 Non-Member: $210
No class: 10/17
November 7–December 12 2611-2
Wednesday 4:00–5:30 p.m.
Ages: 8 and up
Member: $125 Non-Member: $150
No class: 11/21
D o w n a n d D i r t y
Gabriella Verbovszky
Okay teenagers! You need to reconnect with
the Earth and what better way than by
playing with dirt, or clay. Let’s get together
and make beautifully weird things to keep or
give away. Independent projects are highly
encouraged and so is music!
September 9–October 28 2687-1
Sunday 1:00–3:30 p.m.
Ages: 8–12
Member: $175 Non-Member: $210
No class: 10/21
November 4–December 16 2687-2
Sunday 1:00–3:30 p.m.
Ages: 8–12
Member: $175 Non-Member: $210
A d v a n c e d J u n i o r C e r a m i c s
Greg Schultz
For the maturing maker, this class will
focus on developing student ideas to create
fulflled objects from clay. Students will
learn hand building techniques such as slab,
coil, and throwing on the wheel to form a
repertoire of construction techniques useful
throughout the artist’s career. Unstructured
play and exploration of materials and
techniques are highly encouraged.
September 6–October 25 2655-1
Thursday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Ages: 11 and up
Member: $175 Non-Member: $210
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 13 2655-2
Thursday 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Ages: 11 and up
Member: $150 Non-Member: $180
No class: 11/22
T e e n W h e e l
Greg Schultz
You are never too old or too cool to get dirty!
Join the fun as we create art, listen to music
and get creative. No experience necessary.
September 5–October 24 2633-1
Wednesday 6:00–8:30 p.m.
Ages: 13–17
Member: $210 Non-Member: $252
No class: 10/17
November 7–December 12 2633-2
Wednesday 6:00–8:30 p.m.
Ages: 13–17
Member: $150 Non-Member: $180
No class: 11/21

C E R A MI C S
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C E R A MI C S
New!
B e a u t i f u l B e a d e d J e w e l r y
Carol Grove
In this class each student will learn to design
and create their own beaded jewelry. The
class starts with basic beading and advances
to knotting, earrings, bracelets and multiple
strand necklaces. Each student will complete
several projects as well as learn to update
and repair their current beaded jewelry. All
materials are included.
September 11–October 2 2020-1
Tuesday 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Ages: 14 and up
Member: $75 Non-Member: $90
October 23–November 13 2020-2
Tuesday 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Ages: 14 and up
Member: $75 Non-Member: $90
C e r a m i c s f o r A l l L e v e l s
Gabriella Verbovszky
All adults are welcome—from complete
novice through more experienced. Beginners
concentrate on making, decorating and
glazing basic forms. Students with previous
experience may advance at their own pace,
learning more complex forms and glazing
techniques.
September 5–October 31 2645-1
Wednesday 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $240 Non-Member: $288
No class: 10/17
November 7–December 19 2645-2
Wednesday 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $180 Non-Member: $216
No class: 11/21
W h e e l t h r o w i n g
f o r B e g i n n e r s
Greg Schultz
This class is like training wheels for your
hands. You will learn how to make cups,
bowls, plates and vases. We will use high-fre
stoneware clay and the best Shimpo wheels.
We glaze and fre so that all our work will
be dishwasher, microwave and food safe.
Tools are provided. Please bring an apron
or old towel.
September 6–October 25 2660-1
Thursday 7:00–9:30 p.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $210 Non-Member: $252
No class: 10/18
November 1–December 13 2660-2
Thursday 7:00–9:30 p.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $180 Non-Member: $216
No class: 11/22
A l t e r e d S h a p e s
Greg Schultz
For this class we will take wheel-thrown
and extruded forms and alter them by
cutting, darting, pinching, punching and
combining to make previously interesting
shapes. Tools and 25 pounds of stoneware
clay are provided.
September 4–October 23 2688-1
Tuesday 6:30–9:00 p.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $210 Non-Member: $252
No class: 10/16
October 30–December 11 2688-2
Tuesday 6:30–9:00 p.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $210 Non-Member: $252
M e e t O u r C E R A M I C S I n s t r u c t o r s
Greg Schultz received his BFA from Wash-
ington University in St. Louis in 1990. He
has studied at the graduate level at SAIC.
Greg has been studying ceramics at Lill-
street Art Center since 2002 and has also
been a studio member there since 2009.
Currently, he sells his work online and at
his own studio, Schultz Studio Arts.
Gabriella Verbovszky holds a BFA from
the Cleveland Institute of Art and MFA
from the New York State College of Ce-
ramics at Alfred University. Gabriella is
currently studying nutrition at the Insti-
tute of Integrative Nutrition (NYC). She
is a KUSHI Institute Certifed Macrobi-
otic Instructor who has focused attention
on the dietary needs of both woman and
children after her mother became ill. Prior
to the change in diet, Gabriella was a som-
melier and received her training in Europe
acquiring the highest form of certifcation
including WSET-Wine and Spirit Educa-
tion’s Advisor of Wine Certifcate.
MIX SPORTS
AND CERAMICS!
SEE PLAY & CLAY
ON PAGE 20 AND
IBA & CLAY ON
PAGE 21!
Page 34 Birthday Parties Fall 2012
Jump for joy! The Starwalk is a 20’ x 20’ air-infated balloon bounce. Experience the fun of a carnival at
your party complete with scooters, balls, and hula-hoops. No instructor or entertainer is provided.
Ages: 3 and up $295 for 20 guest. $5 for each additional child.
Thrill your party guests with animals such as
a Siberian chipmunk, snake, chinchilla, gecko,
hedgehog, and more. Children learn about each
animal in this informative and fun hands-on party.
Ages: 5 and up $295 for 20 guests.
$5 for each additional child.
If your child loves sports, this is the party for him
or her! A trained instructor will lead the children
in sporting activities such as basketball, dodge ball,
foor hockey, and more. They’re sure to work up
an appetite for that birthday cake!
Ages: 6 and up $295 for 20 guests.
$5 for each additional child.
BIRTHDAY
PARTIES
Fall 2012 Birthday Parties Page 35
Let your child’s imagination
run wild! This journey is flled
with imagination, movement,
music theatre, dance, games,
and costumes. Theme: Princess/
Cinderella, Barbie, Wizard of
Oz, Pirate/Peter Pan
Ages: 3–6
$295 for 20 guests.
$5 for each additional child.
Abracadabra! Children enjoy
an amazing display of magical
tricks at this exciting party.
Our professional magicians
gear their magic to children of
all ages.
Ages: 4 and up
$295 for 20 guests.
$5 for each additional child.
This party includes everything
kids love in one party! The fun
starts with a magic show and
ends with a high-energy dance
party including group dances
and prizes.
Ages: 5–12
$295 for 20 guests.
$5 for each additional child.
A wide variety of hands-on
experiments, spectacular
demonstrations, and chemical
magic will be displayed.
Each child will also make a
fun take-home project. All
activities have been designed
and thoroughly tested to be
safe and mess free.
Ages 4–5 | $300 for up to 12 guests.
$325 for 13 to 20 guests.
Ages 6 and up | $300 for up to 12 guests.
$325 for 13 to 20 guests.
$350 for 21 to 30 guests.
GET INFORMATION ON ALL OF OUR PARTIES AT
WINNETKACOMMUNITYHOUSE.ORG/BIRTHDAYS
MAGIC
PARTY PACKAGES INCLUDE
• 90 minutes of party time which includes 45 minutes of enter-
tainment or instruction.
• Party room setup (tables and chairs) and cleanup.
Call 847-446-3207 for bookings. Due to the increased popularity
of this program, we strongly suggest that parties be booked at least
three weeks in advance! Cancellation within 5 days of party will
result in forfeiture of fee.
CHECK OUT OUR NEWEST PARTY!
HIP- HOP DANCE PARTY
This party celebrates another birthday with the energy of
Hip-Hop inspired dance. Everyone will be ready to burn up the
dance foor while playing dance games and performing a special
choreographed dance for the birthday child.
Ages: 7–13
$295 for 20 guests.
$5 for each additional child.
OTHER PARTIES:
BASKETBALL AGES
4 AND UP
CERAMICS AGES
4 AND UP
CLOWNS AGES
3 AND UP
HULA PARTY AGES
4 AND UP
MARTIAL ARTS AGES
4 AND UP
PEE WEE SPORTS
AGES 4–5
PUPPETS, STORIES, SONGS, AND MORE!
AGES 2–8
SAND ART
AGES 5 AND UP
STORY-ACTING
AGES 3 AND UP
TODDLER SING-A-LONG
AGES 2–4
WACKY RELAYS AND OTHER GOOFY GAMES
AGES 5 AND UP
YOGA BASH
AGES 4–12
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F a n t a s y D a n c e
Meghann Mueller
Classes incorporate ballet, basic French terminology, creative movement and motor skill development. Students become more confdent
with their personal and daily social skills. Each week focuses on a theme and concludes with dress-up. Boys are encouraged to attend. The
session culminates with a mini recital on the last class.
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1400-0 September 10–December 17 Monday 9:00–9:45 a.m. 2.5–3 $286 $325 Mueller 10/15, 11/19
1400-1 September 10–December 17 Monday 9:45–10:30 a.m. 3–4 $286 $325 Mueller 10/15, 11/19
1400-2 September 10–December 17 Monday 12:45–1:30 p.m. 3–4 $286 $325 Mueller 10/15, 11/19
1400-4 September 12–December 19 Wednesday 9:30–10:15 a.m. 2.5–3 $286 $325 Burns 10/17, 11/21
1400-5 September 12–December 19 Wednesday 10:15–11:00 a.m. 3–4 $286 $325 Burns 10/17, 11/21
1400-6 September 13–December 20 Thursday 10:15–11:00 a.m. 2.5–3 $286 $325 Mueller 10/18, 11/22
1400-7 September 13–December 20 Thursday 1:00–1:45 p.m. 3–4 $286 $325 Mueller 10/18, 11/22
1400-8 September 14–December 21 Friday 9:00–9:45 a.m. 3–4 $286 $325 Mueller 10/19, 11/23
1400-9 September 14–December 21 Friday 9:45–10:30 a.m. 2.5–3 $286 $325 Mueller 10/19, 11/23
F a n t a s y D a n c e S i b l i n g New!
Enjoy Fantasy Dance with your sibling. The frst sibling will pay full tuition, second sibling pays half price.
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1400-3 September 10–December 17 Monday 1:30–2:15 p.m. 3–5 $286 $325 Mueller 10/15, 11/19
T i n y T o t B a l l e t
This class is the next level after Fantasy Dance. Classes are more focused on ballet and basic French terminology but still include creative
movement and motor skill development. Some Fantasy Dance activities are incorporated throughout the session.
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1401-0 September 10–December 17 Monday 10:30–11:30 a.m. 4–5 $286 $325 Mueller 10/15, 11/19
1401-1 September 10–December 17 Monday 12:30–1:30 p.m. 4–5 $286 $325 Britt 10/15, 11/19
1401-2 September 12–December 19 Wednesday 12:45–1:45 p.m. 4–5 $286 $325 Britt 10/17, 11/21
1401-3 September 13–December 20 Thursday 9:15–10:15 a.m. 4–5 $286 $325 Mueller 10/18, 11/22
L u n c h & B a l l e t New!
Classes are more focused on ballet and basic French terminology but still include creative movement and motor skill development. Some
Fantasy Dance activities are incorporated throughout the session. Children bring their own lunch and a beverage. Staff will escort children
from the Winnetka Nursery School. Please call Patti Schmidt, Early Childhood Supervisor to arrange pick up from the Nursery School
at 847-446-7615. Children should come to class in leotards or loose ftting clothes.
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1401-4 September 12–December 19 Wednesday 11:15 a.m.–12:45 p.m. 4–5 $377 $442 Burns 10/17, 11/21
1401-5 September 13–December 20 Thursday 11:15 a.m.–12:45 p.m. 4–5 $377 $442 Mueller 10/18, 11/22
D A N C E
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Gwendolyn Britt has been teaching dance at the Winnetka Community House since 1994. She is a graduate of the Indiana University
School of Music with a concentration in Ballet and Music. Gwendolyn danced professionally in Ruth Page’s Chicago Production of
The Nutcracker, for the Lynda Martha Dance Company and with Concert Dance Company of Boston. In Boston, she was Associate
Director of the Lexington School of Ballet, and she is a certifed Cecchetti Council of America teacher.
Brittany Burns comes to Winnetka Community House with over 20 years of experience. She has trained in jazz, tap, lyrical, hip hop,
modern, and ballet at various studios around the Chicagoland area such as Visceral, Joel Hall, and Gus Giordano. After performing
around the city with Equilibrium Dance Chicago for four years, Brittany discovered that her true passion was teaching dance to all
ages. She loves nothing more than spreading the joy of dance in a fun, educational and supportive environment. Brittany also teaches
at The Mount Prospect Center for Tap and Jazz and the Arlington Heights Park District dance programs. She is very excited to begin
sharing her love and knowledge of the arts.
Patty Marsden has over 25 years of teaching experience. She is a certifed dance instructor through the Chicago National Association
of Dance Masters and the American Academy of Ballet. As a professional representative for the National Dance Week Organization,
she is committed to encourage the growth and development of Dance in America. Patty has functioned as Artistic Director for several
suburban dance programs, and as Director and choreographer for Impulse Dance Ensemble. She was the dance director at St. Viator
High School and taught Master classes for several other high schools. Patty has taught at several private studios and park districts in
the Northwest suburbs and on the North Shore.
Meghann Mueller received both a BFA in Dance and a BA in History from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. She began
her early dance training at the Evanston School of Ballet under Kerry Hubata and Laura Wade. During summers, Meghann studied at the
Joffrey Ballet and on scholarship at the Milwaukee Ballet. While at TCU, she had the opportunity to perform works by TCU faculty
members, as well as several guest artists including Elizabeth Johnson, Dana Nicolay, and TCU Choreographer in Residence Fernando
Bujones. In the spring of 2006, Meghann’s work, Narrow Anguish, was performed at the American College Dance Festival in the
adjudicated concert. In 2007, Meghann formed Project606 Dance with former classmate Maureen Caspers. The company has performed
throughout Chicago including at the revered Hamlin Park Fieldhouse and at the Atheneum Theater as a part of Dance Chicago.
E. Marc Nevins is Winnetka native, currently serves as Artistic Director of Ballet Entre Nous, a company he founded in 1985. He
has choreographed and staged over 100 works for the company including an annual production of The Nutcracker! at the Winnetka
Community House. His work has been seen all over Chicago. has appeared with such companies as American Ballet Theatre, the
Joffrey Ballet, Ballet West and locally,Evanston Concert Ballet, Oak Park Ballet, Masi Ballet Chicago and Lake Shore Dance Theatre.
Mr. Nevins has taught ballet extensively throughout the Chicagoland area for nearly 30 years and has been teaching at the Winnetka
Community House since 1987.
M e e t o u r d a n c e i n s t r u c t o r s
R e q u i r e d D a n c e A t t i r e
Fantasy Dance and Tiny Tot Ballet: Leotard, tights, ballet slippers
or bare feet
Ballet: Leotard, pink tights and ballet slippers
Jazz: Leotard and jazz shoes
Tap: Leotard and tap shoes
Lyrical: Leotard, tights and ballet slippers
Hip Hop: Loose ftting clothes.
Please be advised that proper attire is required for all classes. Cost
of the attire is not included in tuition.
Any child arriving to class later than 10 minutes will not be
admitted. This is due to the safety of the child’s body. In order to
prepare their body for the class, the child must participate in the
warm-up held at the beginning of the class. If the child misses the
warm-up, the possibility of injury is very high.
Please note: You may only attend the day/time you are registered
for. Makeup classes are not allowed.
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P r e B a l l e t
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1402-0 September 10–December 17 Monday 1:30–2:30 p.m. 5–6 $286 $325 Britt 10/15, 11/19
1402-5 September 10–December 17 Monday 4:00–5:00 p.m. 5–6 $286 $325 Nevins 10/15, 11/19
1402-1 September 11–December 18 Tuesday 4:00–5:00 p.m. 5–6 $286 $325 Burns 10/16, 11/20
1402-2 September 12–December 19 Wednesday 1:45–2:45 a.m. 5–6 $286 $325 Britt 10/17, 11/21
1402-3 September 13–December 20 Thursday 4:00–5:00 p.m. 5–6 $286 $325 Burns 10/18, 11/22
1402-4 September 22–December 22 Saturday 9:00–10:00 a.m. 5–6 $286 $325 Britt 10/20, 11/24
B a l l e t 1
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1402-7 September 10–December 17 Monday 5:00–6:00 p.m. 6–8 $361 $400 Nevins 10/15, 11/19
1402-6 September 11–December 18 Tuesday 4:00–5:00 p.m. 6–8 $361 $400 Britt 10/16, 11/20
B a l l e t 2
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1404-0 September 11–December 18 Tuesday 5:00–6:00 p.m. 7–9 $361 $400 Britt 10/16, 11/20
1404-1 September 15–December 22 Saturday 10:00–11:00 a.m. 7–9 $361 $400 Britt 10/20, 11/24
B a l l e t 3
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1405-0 September 10–December 17 Monday 4:00–5:00 p.m. 8–10 $361 $400 Marsden 10/15, 11/19
1440-3 September 15–December 22 Saturday 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 8–10 $361 $400 Britt 10/20, 11/24
B a l l e t 4
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1405-1 September 10–December 17 Monday 5:00–6:00 p.m. 9–11 $361 $400 Marsden 10/15, 11/19
1405-2 September 13–December 20 Thursday 4:00–5:00 p.m. 9–11 $361 $400 Britt 10/18, 11/22
B a l l e t 5
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1405-3 September 10–December 17 Monday 6:00–7:15 p.m. 11 and up $432 $518 Marsden 10/15, 11/19
B a l l e t 5 / 6
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1405-4 September 13–December 20 Thursday 5:00–6:00 p.m. 11 and up $361 $400 Britt 10/18, 11/22
P o i n t e B a l l e t
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1405-6 September 13–December 20 Thursday 6:00–6:30 p.m. 12 and up $219 $263 Britt 10/18, 11/22
1405-8 September 12–December 19 Wednesday 7:45–8:15 p.m. 12 and up $219 $263 Marsden 10/17, 11/21
B a l l e t 6
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1405-7 September 13–December 20 Thursday 6:45–7:45 p.m. 14 and up $361 $400 Marsden 10/18, 11/22
B e g i n n i n g T e e n B a l l e t
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1405-8 September 11–December 18 Tuesday 6:00–7:00 p.m. 13 and up $361 $400 Britt 10/16, 11/20
T i n y T a p p e r s
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1406-1 September 11–December 18 Tuesday 3:30–4:00 p.m. 4–5 $143 $169 Burns 10/16, 11/20
I n t r o t o T a p
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1406-2 September 11–December 18 Tuesday 5:00–5:45 p.m. 5–6 $283 $322 Burns 10/16, 11/20
Fall 2012 Dance Page 39
T a p 2
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1406-3 September 13–December 20 Thursday 5:00–5:45 p.m. 7–9 $283 $322 Burns 10/18, 11/22
T a p 3
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1406-4 September 13–December 20 Thursday 5:45–6:30 p.m. 8–10 $283 $322 Burns 10/18, 11/22
T a p 4
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1406-5 September 12–December 19 Wednesday 5:00–5:45 p.m. 9–11 $283 $322 Marsden 10/17, 11/21
J a z z 1
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1407-0 September 10–December 17 Monday 4:00–5:00 p.m. 6–8 $361 $400 Burns 10/15, 11/19
J a z z 2
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1407-1 September 10–December 17 Monday 5:00–6:00 p.m. 7–9 $361 $400 Burns 10/15, 11/19
J a z z 3
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1407-3 September 12–December 19 Wednesday 4:00–5:00 p.m. 8–10 $361 $400 Marsden 10/17, 11/21
J a z z 4
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1407-4 September 12–December 19 Wednesday 5:45–6:45 p.m. 9–11 $361 $400 Marsden 10/17, 11/21
J a z z 5
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1407-5 September 11–December 18 Tuesday 6:45–7:45 p.m. 11 and up $361 $400 Burns 10/16, 11/20
J a z z 6
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1407-6 September 13–December 20 Thursday 6:30–7:30 p.m. 14 and up $361 $400 Burns 10/18, 11/22
L y r i c a l D a n c e 5
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1408-0 September 10–December 17 Monday 7:00–8:00 p.m. 11 and up $361 $400 Burns 10/15, 11/19
L y r i c a l D a n c e 6
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1408-1 September 10–December 17 Monday 7:15–8:15 p.m. 14 and up $361 $400 Marsden 10/15, 11/19
H i p H o p 3 / 4
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1409-0 September 10–December 17 Monday 6:00–7:00 p.m. 8–11 $361 $400 Burns 10/15, 11/19
H i p H o p 5 / 6
Class: Dates: Day: Time: Ages: Member: Non-Member: Instructor: No class:
1409-1 September 11–December 18 Tuesday 5:45– 6:45 p.m. 11 and up $361 $400 Burns 10/16, 11/20
Page 40 Special Fitness Fall 2012
S P E C I A L T Y F I T N E S S
F o c u s o n S t a b i l i t y :
B a l a n c e T r a i n i n g
Chris Treiber
More than one-third of adults aged 65 and
older injure themselves by falling each
year. Those who fall once are two to three
times more likely to fall again. But balance
is a learned skill, and falls can be actively
prevented. This class will teach you what
exercises work best to maintain stability
by strengthening your body’s natural fall
prevention systems. What is the number
one reason for falls? Come join Chris to
fnd out!
September 11–October 25 3011-1
Tuesday Thursday 8:15–9:00 a.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $192 Non-Member: $192
No class: 10/16, 10/18
Y o g e r c i z e
Lynn Rosenfeld
This yoga-style exercise class is for men
and women to stretch out, relax, unwind
from tensions, improve muscle tone and
strengthen and maximize joint fexibility. It
is perfect for those who are seeking a non-
competitive, aesthetically pleasing way to
improve ftness. It is ideal as a complement
to weight-training and aerobic exercise.
Try a class to see the smooth gradual fow
from foor exercises and dance stretches
through traditional yoga postures, con-
trolled breathing and relaxation. Join the
class at any time for a prorated fee. Attend
one or two times a week.
September 6–December 13
Monday Thursday 8:45–9:45 a.m.
Ages: Adult
No class: 9/17, 10/15, 10/18, 11/19,
11/22, 11/26
One day per week 3011-2
Member: $182 Non-Member: $218
Two days per week 3011-3
Member: $364 Non-Member: $436
B e g i n n e r P i l a t e s
Nicole Betts
The Pilates method is a classic method of
physical and mental conditioning created
over 80 years ago by legendary physical
trainer Joseph Pilates. Through exercises
that focus on the application of six prin-
ciples—control, centering, concentration,
precision, breath and fow—we teach you
about the mechanics of movement, allow-
ing you to develop and maintain a healthy
and graceful body.
September 5–October 24 3011-4
Monday Wednesday 9:45–10:30 a.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $180 Non-Member: $216
No class: 9/17, 9/19, 9/24, 10/15, 10/17
October 29–December 19 3011-5
Monday Wednesday 9:45–10:30 a.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $288 Non-Member: $346
C o n t i n u i n g P i l a t e s
Nicole Betts
The Pilates method is a classic method of
physical and mental conditioning created
over 80 years ago by legendary physical
trainer Joseph Pilates. Through exercises
that focus on the application of six prin-
ciples—control, centering, concentration,
precision, breath and fow—we teach you
about the mechanics of movement, allow-
ing you to develop and maintain a healthy
and graceful body.
September 5–October 24 3011-6
Monday Wednesday 9:00–9:45 a.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $180 Non-Member: $216
No class: 9/17, 9/19, 9/24, 10/15, 10/17
October 29–December 19 3011-7
Monday Wednesday 9:00–9:45 a.m.
Ages: Adult
Member: $288 Non-Member: $346
Looking for a
new hobby?
LEARNING GUITAR CAN
BE FUN AND RELAXING.
OUR GUITAR LESSONS
ARE OPEN TO ALL AGES!
Brandon Seyferth
This class is for the beginning guitar-
ist. Students will learn how to apply
basic musical concepts such as rhythm,
harmony and melody to the guitar. At
the end of the class you will be able
to read and play basic chord symbols
and melodies. We will even learn some
songs! Please bring your own guitar.
You will be contacted by the instruc-
tor to arrange a 30 minute lesson time.
September 12–December 5 2755-1
Wednesdays 3:00–8:00 p.m.
All ages:
Member: $220 Non-Member: $264
No class: 10/17, 10/31, 11/21
Fall 2012 Group X Page 41
S P E C I A L T Y F I T N E S S
Don’t make exercise a chore. Spice it up! Group ftness offers a
variety of formats to keep you motivated and feeling healthy!
Our group ftness programs offer a wide variety of structured
ftness activities to meet your personal goals. Our instructors
are prepared to inspire and motivate you to change or continue
healthy ftness-related behaviors. Classes selection and times dif-
fer throughout the year. Check the group ftness schedule for
availability, changes, and current sessions.
All Group X plans are open to both members and non-members
ages 14 years and older. Plans are available in punch card de-
nominations of 5, 10, 20, 30, or unlimited year (of course walk-
in’s are always welcome). Plans expire one year from date of
purchase. Plans may not be transferred or shared. No refunds.
Purchase your plan at the Winnetka Community House Fitness
Centre.
Check out this new program!
T e e n Y o g a
Instructor: Eileen and Laura
Yoga teaches teenagers how to navigate through the many
social and academic demands and is a place of calm in the storm.
Yoga increases strength and fexibility; a workout in itself or a
perfect complement to athletics. Yoga builds confdence, self-
esteem and a healthy awareness of one’s body in a noncompeti-
tive environment. It is proven that yoga calms the mind and
the nervous system through breath and moving meditation. In
addition, yoga is sometimes just plain fun, downright silly, and
a great playlist doesn’t hurt!
Saturday 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Students: $10 drop-in &/or punch-cards at the Fitness Centre
Member rate
The current schedule is always available at winnetkacommunityhouse.org/groupx
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 847-446-1994 or wchgroupx@yahoo.com.
F i t n e s s C e n t r e m e m b e r s * s a v e 5 0 % o n a l l G r o u p X p r o g r a m s !
Group X–Plans Fitness Centre Members*
5 Class Punch-Card $95 5 Class Punch-Card $47.50
10 Class Punch-Card $170 10 Class Punch-Card $85
20 Class Punch-Card $280 20 Class Punch-Card $140
30 Class Punch-Card $360 30 Class Punch-Card $180
Unlimited Year $1,200 Unlimited Year $600
Walk-In $20 Walk-In $10
*Annual members only.
Page 42 Group X Fall 2012
Winnetka Community House Fitness Centre offers the highest quality
of ftness programs on the North Shore. Our facility features exercise
equipment to meet all of your ftness needs. Adjacent to the gymnasium,
this air conditioned facility is complete with locker, shower, and steam
rooms for men and women. Our professional staff, in conjunction with
our full-service facility, will help you achieve your optimal level of ftness.
Personal Training
Serious athletes have long used personal trainers to enhance their
performance in competition. Movie stars are known to hire personal
trainers to keep them ftting into their Oscar gowns. But the people
who beneft most from personal training are ordinary men and
women seeking to be stronger and function more effectively in
their everyday lives.
Working with a trainer, anyone can achieve their ftness goals – goals
as modest as touching your toes again or as ambitious as preparing to
run a marathon. Whether you want to lose weight, regain fexibility,
develop speed or simply feel good again, personal training is an
activity that you will continue to reap benefts in years to come.
Our personal trainers’ main objectives are to assist, guide, and
educate those who wish to experience a greater ease and physical
ability in their lives.
Registration by appointment only. Inquire at desk for fees
Body Composition Analysis
A computerized body composition analysis will indicate your percentage
of body fat, lean body mass, and the amount of water contained in your
body. The test also includes caloric intake and exercise recommendations.
•Registration by appointment only
$10 (Fitness Centre member) $15 (Nonmember)
Jr. Fitness Training Class
Those ages 12–13 may become Community House Fitness Centre
members by completing a personalized training program with a
personal trainer. The training program is a one-hour session that
will cover all aspects of membership including gym etiquette,
proper warm up, strength training, cardiovascular conditioning,
fexibility and cool down. Once registered, you will be contacted
by a Community House personal trainer to schedule your session.
Ages: 12–13
$60
(Register in the Fitness Centre)
Supervised Jr. Fitness Centre Membership
Prerequisite: Completion of the Jr. Fitness Training Class. Upon
successful completion of the Jr. Fitness Training Class, those ages
12–13 will be permitted to purchase the Supervised Jr. Membership.
A parent or guardian must be a current Winnetka Community House
Fitness Centre member in order for utilization of this membership.
A parent or guardian is required to accompany and supervise the
junior member at all times in the Fitness Centre. The Winnetka
Community House Fitness Centre Youth Membership fees apply.
Fitness Centre Members* save 50% on
Group X! See page 41 for details!
*Annual members only
FITNESS CENTRE
Winnetka Community House
Basic Fitness Centre Membership:
Includes
• Use of the Fitness Centre, Locker Rooms, and Gymnasium (during
open gym times).
Membership Plus:
We have created a special membership plan to give Fitness Centre
members everything the Fitness Centre offers and all of the bene-
fts of the Community House Member program at one special cost.
Membership Plans
Benefts
Community House Members receive benefts on programs for
their whole household!
• Save up to 20% on registration fees
• Can register a full week early for WCH Programs
• Get special benefts on programs, events and more throughout
the year!
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Fall 2012 Fitness and Exercise Page 43
Hours of Operation
Monday–Friday 5:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
Saturday 7:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Sunday 7:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
F a c i l i t y i n c l u d e s
Treadmills
StairMasters/StepMills
LifeCycles
Cybex Arc Trainers
LifeFitness Cross-Trainers
Precor EFX Elliptical Trainers/AMTs
Helix Lateral Trainers
Schwinn Spinning Bikes
Concept II Rowing Machines
Cybex Strength Training Equipment
Free Weight Equipment
Gymnasium
Locker Rooms with Steam Rooms
Fitness Centre members only
Free To Be Kids Childcare provides a safe,
comfortable environment for children while
Fitness Centre members attend the facility or
classes at Winnetka Community House.
Hours
Monday-Wednesday 8:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Ages Accepted
8 weeks and up
Time Limit
1 1/2 hours per visit
Fee
$5.00/child per visit
(Punch cards available - $95/20 visits)
Free to be Kids
Childcare
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Membership Fees
Membership Type: Basic Plus
Adult Rate:
12 Months (First Adult) $595 $670
(Each additional family member) $495 $570
6 Months $370 $420
Senior Citizen Rate:
(age 65 or older)
12 Months $420 $495
6 Months $260 $310
Youth Rate:
(Age 14–17)
12 Months $420 $495
6 Months $260 $310
One Month Trial Membership $70
Daily Fee $15
Page 44 Dog Obedience Fall 2012
D O G O B E D I E N C E
Puppy Class is designed to provide a positive environment for
socialization of puppies to a wide variety of people as well as to
each other. Early socialization has been shown to greatly reduce the
incidence of both human-directed aggression and dog-dog aggression,
as well as anxiety and fear based behavior problems. Additional
topics will be discussed such as addressing the common puppy issues
of house training, mouthing, leadership and preventing behavior
problems. Puppies will also learn sit and begin recall training (coming
when called). This class is appropriate for puppies ages 2–4 months
old. Dogs must have received at least two rounds of vaccinations
prior to attending. If your dog has not yet received the second round,
please plan to attend class without your pGruppy until the second
round of vaccination has been administered.
Obedience 101 teaches the basics of obedience: sit, down, stand,
recall (coming when called), stay, and heel–everything your
companion dog needs to know! Both verbal commands and hand
signals will be used. Dogs of any age may take this class. Positive
reinforcement techniques will be used, so please bring food rewards
or a small toy with you to class.
Obedience 102 is focused on honing the skills of Obedience 101.
Additional levels of diffculty and distractions will be added. Dogs
of any age may enroll provided they have a basic knowledge of basic
obedience commands: sit, down, recall (coming when called), stay,
and heel.
Canine Good Citizen (CGC) class covers the 10 aspects of the
AKC CGC test, the only AKC certifcate available to all dogs–pure-
and mix-breed. The CGC program is designed to encourage dog
owners to train their dogs to be Canine Good Citizens and includes
the following: accepting a friendly stranger; walking on a loose lead;
sitting politely for petting; allowing basic grooming procedures;
walking through a crowd; sitting and lying down on command
and staying in place; coming when called; reacting appropriately to
another dog; reacting appropriately to distractions; calmly enduring
supervised separation from the owner. The CGC test is administered
on the last night of class. Children training dogs must be at least 12
years old. Dogs must wear a fat buckle collar for the test, no training
collars, head halters or body harnesses are permitted during the test.
Rally is a fun spin on traditional obedience for both the dog and
the handler. Rally is a sport in which ALL dogs are encouraged
to participate. Purebred or mixed breed, every dog can learn the
fundamentals for Rally. Dogs must have strong heeling skills to
take this course. In rally an enthusiastic attitude and wagging tail
are as important as precision. In fact, handlers are not only allowed
to, but encouraged to positively reinforce their dogs during the
competition with verbal praise, petting, and even food rewards!
Dogs and handlers should both appear to be enjoying the work and
each other’s company.
Creative Paws, Inc. was founded in 2001 by Ashlee Trotter,
BS, CPDT-KA, and provides group classes and private lessons
for dog obedience training and behavior problems. She has been
recognized for several years as a Canine Good Citizen Evaluator
by the American Kennel Club and a Certifed Pet Dog Trainer
(CPDT-KA) by the Certifcation Council for Pet Dog Trainers.
Ashlee and her staff use positive reinforcement training methods
to improve the relationship between dog and handler by providing
an effective means of communication and understanding as the
foundation for learning. For more information, please visit www.
creativepaws.com or call 847-212-5067
Level: Class: Dates: Day: Time: Member: Non-Member: No class:
Puppy 5201-7 July 25–August 29 Wednesday 9:15–10:00 a.m. $120 $144
Puppy 5201-6 August 6–September 17 Monday 8:00–8:45 p.m. $120 $144 9/3
Puppy 3012-0 September 5–October 10 Wednesday 11:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m. $120 $144
Puppy 3012-3 October 22–November 26 Monday 7:00–7:45 p.m. $120 $144
Puppy 3012-6 October 24–November 28 Wednesday 10:15–11:00 a.m. $120 $144
101 5201-8 July 25–August 29 Wednesday 10:15–11:00 a.m. $120 $144
101 5201-5 August 6–September 17 Monday 7:00–7:45 p.m. $120 $144 9/3
101 3011-8 September 5–October 10 Wednesday 9:15–10:00 a.m. $120 $144
101 3012-2 October 22–November 26 Monday 6:00–6:45 p.m. $120 $144
101 3012-7 October 24–November 28 Wednesday 11:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m. $120 $144
102 3012-4 October 22–November 26 Monday 8:00–8:45 p.m. $120 $144
102 5201-9 July 25–August 29 Wednesday 11:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m. $120 $144
102 5201-4 August 6–September 17 Monday 6:00–6:45 p.m. $120 $144 9/3
102 3011-9 September 5–October 10 Wednesday 10:15–11:00 a.m. $120 $144
102 3012-5 October 24–November 28 Wednesday 9:15–10:00 a.m. $120 $144
Rally 5202-0 July 25–August 29 Wednesday 12:15–1:00 p.m. $120 $144
Rally 3012-8 October 24–November 28 Wednesday 12:15–1:00 p.m. $120 $144
CGC 3012-1 September 5–October 10 Wednesday 12:15–1:00 p.m. $120 $144
Children training dogs must be at least 12 years old. No retractable leashes allowed.
Fall 2012 Associate Organizations Page 45
AssociAte orgAnizAtions
B a c k g a m m o n
Contact Trudie Stern
(847) 291–7363 winnbackgammon@aol.com
Wednesdays, 7:00–10:30 p.m.
Backgammon enthusiasts are invited to compete in
weekly tournaments. Prizes are awarded to the winners.
Cost: $10.
C h r i s t i e ’ s I n t e g r a t i v e
F i t n e s s C l a s s e s
Touted by Harper’s Bazaar as “One of the most, if not
the most comprehensive workouts in the city,” Christie’s
classes integrate a variety of disciplines woven into
one class! Low impact cardio( to warm-up) followed by
weights, resistance bands, Pilates, functional training and
yoga all provide tip to toe deep muscle sculpting, ending
in quiet relaxation.
Classes meet every Monday and Wednesday at 8:30 am
for an 8 week session. Questions? Call Christie directly
at: (847) 441-5484
D u p l i c a t e B r i d g e
Contact: Lynne Rosenbaum
(847) 835–1401 winshore@hotmail.com
Saturdays, 11:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Refreshments served.
F a l u n G o n g / Q u i g o n g B o d y /
M i n d E x e r c i s e s
Contact: Warren Tai.q (312) 607–1688
www.FalunChicago.org www.Falundafa.org
Sundays, 8:00–10:00 a.m.
Falun Gong, also called Falun Dafa, is a powerful body
and mind exercise system. It contains fve sets of exercises
that work on the energy circulation of the body. The
movements are smooth and graciously fowing, and can
be learned easily by any age group. The mind exercise
is applying Zhen (truthfulness), Shan (compassion) and
Ren (Forbearance) into daily life. This releases the stress
and tension of physical and mental energy felds, making
people more healthy and peaceful. Every Sunday; no
charge for participation.
F r i e n d s O f B i l l W .
AA support group
Saturdays, 5:00–6:15 p.m.
Sundays, 10:00–11:30 a.m.
H a r v e s t b i b l e c h a p e l
Looking for authentic community?
We invite you to attend Harvest Bible Chapel, North
Shore for a worship service on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. at
Winnetka Community House. We will lift high the
name of Jesus in worship and God’s word will be taught
without apology. To fnd out more about the church, visit
harvestbiblechapel.org
O f f C a m p u s W r i t e r s ’ W o r k s h o p
www.ocww.bizland.com info@ocww.bizland.com
Brenda Rossini, President
847-446-0524
Carole Cotter, membership,
clanceyco@comcase.net
Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. to noon;
September 6, 2012–May 2, 2013
Instructors lecture and critique manuscripts in a
workshop setting. Fiction, non-fction, children’s, poetry
and play-writing are just some of the genres covered.
Professional, aspiring and beginning writers are welcome.
O n e – t o – O n e L e a r n i n g C e n t e r
(847) 501–3300 www.one–to–onelc.org
The One–to–One Learning Center offers ACT/SAT
preparation, study skills, and individualized tutoring in all
academic areas. The Center also provides comprehensive
psychological, psycho–educational testing, and informal
academic assessment.
S c o t t i s h C o u n t r y D a n c i n g
Contact: Frances Gillan.
(847) 564–2459 sackrag@aol.com
Beginners are welcome.
Winnetka Community House, 620 Lincoln Ave.,
Winnetka at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays
S u l l i v a n S c h o o l O f I r i s h D a n c e
773-951-4007 sullivanirishdnc@aol.com
Mondays, 3:30–4:3o p.m., Tuesdays 5:30–8:30 p.m.,
Wednesdays 5:30–7:30 p.m., Thursdays 3:30–4:30,
5:30–8:30 p.m. September through June. Lessons in
traditional Irish dancing for all ages. Beginners welcome.
tenAnt orgAnizAtions
I n t e r f a i t h H o u s i n g C e n t e r O f T h e
N o r t h e r n S u b u r b s
(847) 501–5760
www.interfaithhousingcenter.org
ihcns@interfaithhousingcenter.org
The Interfaith Housing Center is a 40 year old not–for–
proft organization working to assure a housing market
open to people of all ages and income levels, regardless
or race, religion, family composition or any of the other
legally protected classes. Interfaith promotes integrated,
just communities through it’s four major programs:
Homesharing where home providers are matched with
individuals seeking affordable and safe housing;
Fair Housing, which includes housing discrimination
and landlord/tenant complaint investigation, housing
information and referral, community education and
assistance to municipalities; Predatory Lending Prevention,
which helps homeowners who may be victims of unfair
lending practices; and Affordable Housing Advocacy,
which includes the building of support for affordable
and fair housing in our communities. Interfaith works
in 16 northern suburbs and its membership includes
local residents and more than 60 civic organizations and
congregations.
J u n i o r L e a g u e o f
E v a n s t o n – N o r t h S h o r e
(847) 441–0995 www.jle–ns.org
JLE-NS@sbcglobal.net
The Junior League of Evanston-North Shore is an
organization of women committed to promoting
voluntarism, developing the potential of women and
improving the community through the effective action
of trained volunteers. Each year, our members contribute
thousands of volunteer hours. Not only do we make a
difference in our community, we have fun while we do it!
Our current projects include: Fitting Futures™, building
confdence and boosting careers of low income women by
offering complimentary interview appropriate attire; Baby
Steps, an educational baby shower for expectant mothers
in need; and Scholarships and Grants, providing fnancial
assistance for college students and funding for area non-
profts. JLE-NS raises funds for our outreach through our
Thrift Shop at 920 Chicago Avenue in Evanston, and
other fundraisers, such as our cookbook It’s a Shore Thing,
and our new Designer Kitchens of the North Shore tour.
N o r t h S h o r e A r t L e a g u e
(847) 446–2870
www.northshoreartleague.org
info@northshoreartleague.org
Where Arts, Learning and Community Come Together!
Founded in 1924, the North Shore Art League is a
non-proft organization offering art classes for adults and
children. As the only art center located in Winnetka, the
NSAL not only offers art education, but also lectures,
workshops, feld trips and an ongoing series of gallery
shows to the entire North Shore community.
Located on the second foor of the Community House,
classes are held in an historic, professional art studio
featuring skylights and a large stone freplace as well as a
well-equipped print room and ceramics facility. Classes in
drawing, painting (oil, acrylic, and watercolor), ceramics,
pastels, etching, printmaking, fgure study, and more
are taught by a distinguished faculty–offering a unique,
creative experience.
League members may exhibit at the annual Members’ Show
and throughout the year in NSAL gallery space within
the Community House. Membership benefts also include
generous discounts at various art supply stores in the area
and a newsletter/brochure subscription.
W i n n e t k a C o m m u n i t y
N u r s e r y S c h o o l
(847) 446–4432
admin@winnetkacommunitynurseryschool.org
A nationally accredited preschool for children ages 3–5,
offering indoor and outdoor activities in a stimulating
environment in which physical, social, intellectual and
emotional growth is encouraged. Learning materials
encourage creativity, promote cognitive growth and
develop manipulative skills. The school also includes
an extended day program and “Lunch Bunch” program.
WCNS’s extended day program, Splendid Day, is an
enriching afternoon for children ages three to six years.
The children receive a nourishing hot lunch and plenty
of opportunity for stimulating indoor and outdoor
play activities. A child may register for one to five
days per week. Transportation can be provided from
Winnetka elementary schools. For more information
about WCNS, please visit our web site at www.
winnetkacommunitynurseryschool.org or contact Elise
Hansen, Director, at 847 446 4432.
W i n n e t k a Y o u t h O r g a n i z a t i o n
(847) 446–0443
www.winnetkayo.com
wyofriend@aol.com
The mission of the Winnetka Youth Organization (the
YO) is to foster individual development in junior high
and high school youth on the North Shore by providing
adult-to -youth mentoring, prevention services, and
opportunities for leadership, citizenship, and education
within a safe, informal environment. We offer monthly
concerts and “open mic nights” as well as a variety of
other youth driven activities such as craft, movie, and
game nights. Additionally, we operate a drop-in center
that provides young people with a safe and relaxing place
to hang out after school and on the weekends. Please visit
www.winnetkayo.org for more information and to view
our monthly program calendar.
Drop In Center Hours
Tuesday–Thursday: 3:00–7:00 p.m.
Friday: 3:00–10:00 p.m.
Saturday: 2:00–10:00 p.m.
Sunday–Monday: Closed
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religious orgAnizAtions
C o n g r e g a t i o n H a k a f a
(847) 266–8854
www.Hakafa.org
CongHakafa@aol.com
Congregation Hakafa is a dynamic Reform congregation
on Chicago’s North Shore. Hakafa is a circle of caring
people, families and friends who wish to worship,
study, and to help one another and the world in which
we live. Services held Fridays, 8:00 p.m. year-around;
visitors welcome. Religious School classes are held at the
Glencoe Recreation Center and High Holidays Services
are held at the Wilmette Jr. High.
L a k e S h o r e U n i t a r i a n S o c i e t y
(847) 807-LSUS (5787) lakeshoreunitarian@gmail.com
www.lakeshoreunitarian.org
LSUS offers an open-minded, intellectual environment
for spiritual growth. LSUS is a lay-led, all-embracing
Unitarian community, in which each individual is
encouraged to explore one’s own spiritual beliefs.
Weekly discourses by renowned guest speakers,
presented during our Sunday services (September
through May, at 10:30 a.m.), sharpen our appreciation
and knowledge of the world around us—and within
us. For children, we offer a preK-12 religious education
program, also on Sunday mornings at 10:30. Age-
appropriate Sunday school classes provide exposure to
the teachings and values of the major world religions,
opportunities for social service, and the chance to
develop a personal “faith statement.” All are welcome.
civic orgAnizAtions
L i f e S o u r c e – b l o o d D r i v e
(847) 420-9815 jejaramillo@itxm.org
Help someone in need; donate blood at Winnetka
Community House. Call for an appointment or walk–in.
Dates: Saturdays, September 15 and December 15
Contact: Maria Flores_Mauricio
mfores-mauricio@itxm.org
t h e A l l i a n c e F o r
E a r l y C h i l d h o o d
(847) 441–9001
www.winnetkaalliance.org
The Alliance promotes the healthy growth and
development of children from birth to age 8 through
resources and services for parents and early childhood
professionals including a quarterly newsletter, video
library referral information, professional networking,
parenting classes, speakers and the annual “TV Tune
Out Week.”
W i n n e t k a – N o r t h f i e l d
R o t a r y C l u b
(847) 446–0537 www.rotary6440.org/clubs/winnetka
Rotary meets every Thursday, 12:15–1:30 p.m. for lunch
and a program. Membership composed of Winnetka
and Northfeld based business and professional leaders.
Local and international service projects.
W i n n e t k a V i l l a g e C a u c u s
winnetkacaucus.org caucus@winnetkacaucus.org
P.O. Box 311, Winnetka, 60093–0311
The Village Caucus is a non–partisan political forum,
which acts on current issues, develops village policies
and selects candidates for various village boards.
Participation encouraged.
G i r l S c o u t s – I l l i n o i s
Crossroads Council
Winnetka/Glencoe/Northfeld
Membership (847) 573–0500
Email: awillits@ilcrossroads.org www.ilcrossroads.org
Girl Scouting is open to all girls, ages 5–17. In a
nurturing, all–girl environment, Girl Scouting helps
girls acquire life skills and develop a strong set of
personal values with an emphasis on community
service, environmental awareness, and leadership.
Girls experience Girl Scouting through participation
in collaborations with other community groups,
Contemporary Awareness programs, Trippers,
camping/outdoor/health education, troops/groups
options. STUDIO 2B is an exciting by–girls/for–
girls, collaborative approach to Girl Scouting; a place
where teens connect with one another and explore
new interests. Why not volunteer? If you have only a
couple of hours or only a day every couple of months,
many opportunities are available for working with girls
or other adults.
A D U LT
C L A S S E S
Drawing
Illustration
Watercolor
Gouache Painting
Oil & Acrylic Painting
Portrai t & Figure Art
M ono & Lino Printing
Etching
MONDAY
Art FUNdamentals
3
rd
–6
th
grades
Nancy Behles
TUESDAY
Painting & Drawing
5
th
–8
th
grades
Victoria Nelson
WEDNESDAY
Art FUNdamentals
3
rd
–6
th
grades
Nancy Behles
THURSDAY
Fashion Project
5
th
–10
th
grades
Karen Perl
FRIDAY
Friday Afternoon
Art
Kind ergartner s – 2nd
grad e
SATURDAY
Watercolor
Ages 8 and up
Karen Perl
Photo by Pat Velasco
Call for brochure 847-446-2870 – or visit www.northshor eartleague .or g
CHILDRENʼS
CLASSES
North Shore Art League
Fal l Cl asses 2012 begi n Se p t ember 10
Fall 2012 Theatre Groups Page 47
theAtre groups
C h i l d r e n ’ s T h e a t r e O f W i n n e t k a
(847) 446–2108
www.childrenstheatrewinnetka.com
The Children’s Theatre of Winnetka is a non–proft, volunteer organization
dedicated to promoting theatrical experiences for area youth, grades 4–8. Children
participate both on stage and backstage in two productions annually, fall and
spring. Only children who reside within the New Trier Township will be cast.
Scholarships are available.
V i l l a g e F o l l i e s
www.villagefollies.org
Producers: follies1@gmail.com
We Put the Fun in Fundraising!
The Village Follies is a group of fun-loving individuals who write and perform a
wild and wacky musical/comedy variety show. Join us as we perform our annual
revue March 8 & 9, and March 14, 15and 16, 2013. Theme: REMEMBER WHEN.
Proceeds beneft the Winnetka Community House.
We want your talent! Our all-ages, gregarious group is seeking adults over 21 who
love to sing, dance, act, write or work the theater scene. If you’ve always wanted to
be on stage or would like to help out behind the scenes, you’re welcome to join us!
Auditions; Sunday December 2, 2012.
Patron’s Party February 16th 2013.
More fun — we’re socialites all year long, including outings, the Winnetka 4th of
July parade and other gatherings. Email us and you can visit our website, www.
villagefollies.org,
Come join us!
W i n n e t k a C h i l d r e n ’ s H o u r
www.winnetkachildrenshour.org
alexandrea@comcast.net
The Winnetka Children’s Hour, a non-proft organization, has been providing live,
original performances for families since 1932. Each year, The Winnetka Children’s
Hour presents an original musical comedy performed by local children, ages 4-14.
Please look for our performance dates in the Winter/Spring Program Guide.
W i n n e t k a T h e a t r e E s p e c i a l l y f o r k i d s
(847) 604–0275
www.bignoise.org
Winnetka Theatre Especially for Kids will present its ninth season of popular
one-hour musicals for three–10 year olds in Matz Hall the weekends of January
12–27. This year’s show promises to be just as delightful as previous hits such as
Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty and Rapunzel. Details will be
announced at bignoise.org in August!
B i g N o i s e T h e a t r e
(847) 604–0275
www.bignoise.org
Big Noise Theatre will present our fall musical Jesus Christ Superstar, our winter
play Born Yesterday and our spring play Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at our Des Plaines
site, Prairie Lakes Theatre. For further information visit bignoise.org.















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Children's Theatre of Winnetka is a non-profit volunteer
theatre company known for high quality children's
productions. Established in 1974, CTW uses a cast & crew of
children from New Trier Township, grades 4 thru 8

For more information CaII : Cathy
Hirschmann (847) 446-7068 or Toby
NichoIson (847) 441-6359
Wanted: Actors, Singers and Dancers grades 4
through 8 are invited to audition at the Winnetka
Community House Monday August 27
th
or
Tuesday August 28
th
.

4
th
& 5
th
Grades at 4 PM
6
th
, 7
th
& 8
th
Grades at 5 PM
Audition MateriaIs on Iine at
chiIdrenstheatrewinnetka.com Aug. 1
Performances November 15
th
- 18
th
, 2012

PIease note, ChiIdren's Theater of Winnetka charges a
Production Fee of $350. SchoIarships are avaiIabIe.

Ariel, a fun-loving and mischievous mermaid, is off
on the adventure of a lifetime with her best friend,
the adorable Flounder, and the reggae-singing
Caribbean crab Sebastian at her side. But it will
take all of her courage and determination to make
her dreams come true -- and save her father's
beloved kingdom from the sneaky sea witch
Ursula!
Audition for the FALL ChiIdren's
Theatre of Winnetka SpectacuIar!
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R E G I S T R A T I O N I N F O R MA T I O N
Member registration opens July 16, 2012, and will be processed on a frst
come, frst served basis.
Membership does not guarantee placement in a class.
All non-members will be able to register July 23, 2012.
Registration received through the mail, fax, or in person will be processed
by 5:00 p.m. the next business day. The best way to ensure that your
registration is processed immediately is by using our online registration at
winnetkacommunityhouse.org
M e m b e r s h i p I n f o r m a t i o n
Early registration: Members are eligible to register for all classes one week
prior to the start of seasonal registration. Early registration can be done
via the web at winnetkacommunityhouse.org, fax or in person at Winnetka
Community House. Please note: early registration does not guarantee a
spot in a class.
Who is eligible for benefts? All family members in your household are
eligible for membership benefts. When registering for membership, just list
your family members, and they will be included for the program registra-
tion benefts automatically when registering for classes.
Membership renewal: Members receive a notice about one month prior
to the expiration, so the membership can be renewed for the next year.
Refunds for memberships will not be available.
H o w T o R e g i s t e r
• To register for membership, simply list all eligible members on the registra-
tion form. Then check the box and add the membership fee in with
your registration.
• Register for programs online at winnetkacommunityhouse.org or on the
enclosed registration form.
• Please print clearly.
• Read and fll out form completely.
• By listing your email address, you agree to receive email communications
from Winnetka Community House. We will never sell your address,
but love to keep in touch with our users to give news about programs,
events, and special offers from Winnetka Community House. If you do
not wish to receive these emails, simply unsubscribe.
• Sign the registration form.
• Unsigned forms will not be processed, but will be returned to you. This
will delay processing your registration.
• Registration forms may be mailed or faxed. Registration by telephone
are not accepted.
C r e d i t C a r d s
You may use your credit card for all programs which appear with a class
number or for a Fitness Centre membership. Fitness Centre memberships
are obtained at the Fitness Centre only. Be sure to fll out the credit card
information completely and sign the form. We do not take telephone
registration. However, if you are paying by credit card, you may fax your
registration to (847) 446-0609.
C a n c e l l a t i o n o f C l a s s e s
Prior to any class, registration is reviewed to determine if the enrollment
is suffcient to hold the class. Register early! Do not wait until the day of
the frst class to register. You may fnd the class has been cancelled due to
low enrollment.
R e f u n d P o l i c y
Full refunds will be issued for courses that are cancelled by Winnetka
Community House due to insuffcient registration. A refund, less a 10%
service charge (not to exceed $25), may be granted if the refund request is
received fve full working days prior to the start of the program. No refunds
will be allowed after this time unless a medical condition develops and a
written explanation from a physician on his/her letterhead is presented.
Due to advanced reservation requirements, no refunds for trips, outings,
or special events will be given.
P r o r a t e d P o l i c y
Classes may be prorated if you would like to enroll in a class after it has
started, provided the instructor has space, and allows for late registration.
The supervisor must approve the prorated amount.
I n c l e m e n t W e a t h e r
Winnetka Community House will not hold classes on days when the
Winnetka Public Schools have cancelled classes due to inclement weather.
R e l i g i o u s H o l i d a y s
Winnetka Community House makes every effort to avoid scheduling
programs or events on religious holidays. Anyone affected will be offered
the option of attending a session of the same program on a different date as a
make-up, or receiving a prorated refund of the series fee for the date missed.
• Winnetka Community House is not responsible for the supervision
of children on site prior to or remaining on site after the established
program times.
• Winnetka Community House is handicapped accessible.
• If you or any member of your family has special needs, please see our
Executive Director.
• Winnetka Community House receives no tax dollars. We are supported by
our programs, fund raising events, our annual campaign, and donations.
• Winnetka Community House assumes no responsibility and carries no
accident or medical insurance for injuries or accidents at programs or
activities on Community House property. It is advisable to review your
own personal health insurance plan to be certain that you and your family
have proper and suffcient insurance coverage.
B r o c h u r e E r r o r s
Complete details of program policies, procedures, and guidelines are
sometimes inadvertently omitted. Errors in days, times, registration
requirements, and fees may occur in the brochure. When such errors occur,
the staff will advise you of the change as quickly as possible. We thank you
for your understanding.
C o p y A n d F a x S e r v i c e A v a i l a b l e
Copy service is available at $.10/copy. Fax service is available at $2/frst
page and $1/each additional page. Cost to receive a fax: $1/page (Faxes
are limited to 847, 312, 773, 708, and 630 area codes)
Winnetka Community House asks that all participants be courte-
ous to our neighbors when driving and parking in the area.
STEPHEN DUSTMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Winnetka Community House has established the Stephen Dustman Memorial Scholarship Fund to any resident who
would like to take part in a Winnetka Community House activity, but is unable to render full payment. Persons in-
terested may submit their need in writing to the attention of the Executive Director for confdential review. If further
information is desired, please call our main offce.
Donations to this scholarship fund are gratefully accepted.
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C O M M U N I T Y H O U S E
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Do’ forge!
Members also receive special offers and rewards throughout the year! Watch your email for Member’s Only specials on programs, events and more!
Step 1
Register your whole family!
A one year Community House Membership is
$150. All family members in your household
are eligible for membership benefits.
When registering for, just list your family
members, and they will automatically be eligible
for benefits when registering.
Step 2
Use your Membership to regis-
ter early for WCH programs!
Registration begins a week early for Community
House Members. Check out our website or
program guide to find out when member registra-
tion begins.
Note: Membership does not guarantee
placement in all classes. Some classes fill quickly.
Step 3
Save money on classes!
Community House members save up to 20% on
registration! Find the Member price listed for each
program and save on your whole family’s programs
all year!
Winnetka Community House is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in the safest manner possible, and holds the safety of the participants in the highest possible regard. Participants and
parents registering their child in recreation programs must recognize, however, that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreation activities. Winnetka Community House continually
strives to reduce such risks, and insists that all participants follow safety rules and instructions which have been designed to protect the participants’ safety. Please recognize that Winnetka Community House does
not carry medical accident insurance for injuries sustained in its programs. The cost of such would make program fees prohibitive. Therefore, each person registering himself\herself or a family member for a
recreation program/activity should review his/her own health insurance policy for coverage. It must be noted that the absence of health insurance coverage does not make Winnetka Community House automatically
responsible for payment of medical expenses. Due to the difficulty and high cost of obtaining liability insurance, the agency providing liability coverage for Winnetka Community House requires the execution of
the following Waiver and Release. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. Please read this form carefully, and be aware in participating in the program(s) listed on this page, you will be waiving and releasing all
claims for injuries you might sustain arising out of the activities of this program.
WAI VER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAI MS
As a participant in the program, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury, and I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, including death, damages or loss, regardless of severity,
which I may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with such program. I agree to waive and relinquish all claims I may have as a result of participating in the program
against Winnetka Community House and its officers, agents, servants and employees. I do hereby fully release and discharge Winnetka Community House and its officers, agents, servants and employees from any
and all claims from injuries, including death, damages or loss which I may have or which may accrue to me on account of my participation. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend Winnetka Commu-
nity House and its officers, agents, servants and employees from any and all claims from injuries, including death, damages or losses sustained by me or arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with
the activities of the program. In the event of emergency, I authorize Winnetka Community House officials to secure from any licensed hospital, physician, and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary
for my immediate care, and agree that I will be responsible for payment of any and all medical services required. All participants agree that any photography taken while participating in a class, special event or use
of a facility may be used for promotional purposes Winnetka Community House. Participants agree to receive emails from Winnetka Community House.
REFUND AND PRORATE I NFORMATI ON
Full refunds will be issued for courses that are cancelled by Winnetka Community House due to insufficient registration. A refund, less a 10% service charge (not to exceed $25), may be granted if the refund request
is received five full working days prior to the start of the program. No refunds will be allowed after this time unless a medical condition develops and a written explanation from a physician on his/her letterhead is
presented. Due to advanced reservation requirements, no refunds for trips, outings, or special events will be given. Classes may be prorated if you would like to enroll in a class after it has started, provided the
instructor has space, and allows for late registration. The supervisor must approve the prorated amount.
Please list any specific medical allergies, medications, chronic illness or other conditions which staff should be aware of:
Winnetka Community House operates in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you believe you or your child need accommodations to facilitate participation
in Winnetka Community House program(s) for which you are registering, please check box.
CONTACT I NFORMATI ON
PARENT/GUARDI AN’ S LAST NAME: PARENT/GUARDI AN’ S FI RST NAME:
ADDRESS: CI TY: STATE: ZI PCODE:
PHONE: WORK PHONE:
EMAI L: I WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE NEWS FROM THE WCH
EMERGENCY CONTACT NAME: EMERGENCY CONTACT PHONE:
REGI STRATI ON FORM
Register online at winnetkacommunityhouse.org, via fax at 847-446-0609 or mail this form with payment in full to: Registraiton - Winnetka
Community House, 620 Lincoln Ave., Winnetka, IL 60093. Contact us by phone at 847-446-0537 with any questions. Please print.
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FULL NAME BI RTH DATE M/F SCHOOL CLASS CODE CLASS NAME FEE
I would like to register for a Community House Membership! Please list all family members on the reverse side of this form $150
$100
I would like to donate a Centennial gift of $100 to the Community House along with my registration.
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