Village of Antioch
Parks &R n ep en
ecreatio D artm t
Laurie Stahl, Director Shawn Roby, Special Events Supervisor
Debbie Foerster, Program Supervisor Paul Howard, Senior Center Director
Becky Lass & Laura Mihovilovich, Administrative Assistants
Parks Department Village Hall Building
806 Holbek Drive 874 Main Street
Antioch, IL 60002 Antioch, IL 60002
NEW Office Hours: M/W/F: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Phone: (847) 395-1000
T/TH: Noon – 5:00 p.m. Closed Sat./Sun. Fax: (847) 395-1920
Parks: (847) 395-2160 Fax: (847) 838-4328
Special Events: (847) 838-4032 Scout House: (847) 395-2191
Camp Crayon/Summer Day Camp: (847) 838-4330 Pool: (847) 395-7665 (June – Aug)
Senior Center: (847) 395-0139
Trustees Dorothy Larson, Mayor Trustees
Robert J. Caulfield, Jr. Jill Velan, Village Administrator Robert E. McCarty
Dennis B. Crosby Candi Rowe, Village Clerk Michael W. Wolczyz
Lawrence M. Hanson Scott A. Pierce
Antioch Park Commission
Jeff Benes-Chairman, Wayne Foresta, Tom Kessell,
Julie Konvalinka, Wanda Utter, Jim Weber, Gina Wolf
Antioch Village Website: http://www.antioch.il.gov E-Mail address: Parks@antioch.il.gov
Table of Contents
Antioch Parks & Recreations
General Park Rules Page 2 Mission Statement
Other Antioch Organizations Page 3
Senior Center Information Page 4 To enhance the quality of life by providing parks,
Special Events Page 5 & 6 open space and recreational opportunities for
Holiday Festivities Page 7 the Antioch Village residents, while preserving
Program Registration Form Page 8 and enhancing the natural benefits of the
Camp Crayon & Tot Programs Page 10
Fall & Winter Programs Page 11-16
Park Facilities Page 17
Map Page 18
Photos on front cover provided by Parks Department Files: 2008 Time For Me Two Class – Safari Adventure.
GENERAL PARK RULES
Listed below is a summary of General Park Rules. For a complete listing of Village of Antioch’s
Park Rules Ordinance, see Chapter 4 of Title 8 of the Antioch Municipal Code.
1. Parks are open from dawn to dusk unless special arrangements are made with the Parks Director.
USE AT OWN RISK.
2. Park Watch Program is in effect.
3. Children age 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
4. Some equipment is not suitable for use by younger children - parental discretion is advised.
5. Please keep all pets on leashes and clean up after your own.
6. Please report any unsafe equipment or vandalism to the Parks Department.
7. No Smoking in any park building, shelter, playground area, and only in designated smoking areas on grounds.
8. The following is prohibited in all Parks: Climbing on top of roof(s), trees, buildings or equipment, throwing
objects (sand, woodchips, rocks, etc.), jumping from or off of equipment, open fires, alcoholic beverages without
permit, snowmobiles, dirt bikes, scooters, AT vehicles.
9. It is strictly forbidden to roller skate, roller blade, skateboard or ride a bicycle or scooter on any tennis
court, basketball court, pavilion area, bench, picnic table or other park equipment. Skateboards, bikes and
roller blades may be used in the Skate Park in strict accordance with posted rules for the use of such equipment.
Remember our Park Watch Program is in effect. Help keep your parks safe
and clean by reporting any vandalism, damaged equipment or unsafe behavior
at our parks to our parks dept. at 847-395-2160 or the non-emergency police
number at 847-395-8585 or on our website at www.antioch.il.gov, there is a
Safety Button to report this kind of information.
SNOW POLICY: If District 34 cancels classes, Park Department programs may also be canceled. You will be notified as
early as possible of cancellations.
INSURANCE: The Antioch Parks and Recreation Department is not responsible for medical, hospital or accident claims by
any individual or group participating in a park program.
For your convenience there is a Drop (Mail) Box located to the right of the front outside door at our Parks Department. You
may place your registration information in the drop box. It will then be processed the next day, you will receive a confirmation
through the mail. Or we will notify you by phone if the class you signed up for is full or has been cancelled.
ARE YOU RESIDENT OR NON-RESIDENT?
Throughout this booklet, you will see two levels of fees. They are as follows: Antioch Residents/Non-Residents. Proof of
residency may be required for registration in Parks Department programs. Any person unsure of their status with regards to
residency may check with the Parks Office. For clarification, an "Antioch Resident" is defined as a person living within the
borders of the Village of Antioch or Township and must have a 60002 zip code. A non-resident will be anyone who does not
have a 60002 zip code. A Village Resident will have a 3 - 4 digit address while Township Residents will have a 5 digit
address. The Village of Antioch reserves the right to hold priority registration dates for Village residents and/or Antioch
REFUND POLICY: NO REFUNDS WILL BE GRANTED unless a program is canceled or changed by the Parks &
Recreation Department. People who are unsure about signing up for a class may contact the Parks & Recreation Director and
arrange a time to view a class before registering for the class the next session if possible. This action in no way guarantees a
space to said person, and MUST be arranged with the Director. In special circumstances, a credit may be offered
HOW TO REGISTER FOR A PROGRAM: Registering for a program requires payment in full for the class and a
completed registration form and signed waiver. Registration forms are required for each program you wish to enter. You may
register for a program at the Parks Office, 806 Holbek Drive. Registration for all programs will be closed when a class
becomes full or one week before the program begins. All checks should be made payable to The Village of Antioch. All
registration is taken on a first come first serve basis. For specific programs the Parks Department may hold a special
registration date for Village residents and/or Antioch Township residents before opening registration to non-residents. You will
be notified if for any reason the program is changed or canceled in any way. Late registration, for classes already in progress,
will be accepted if openings exist with no reduction in fees. Programs with insufficient enrollment may be canceled, so
ON-LINE REGISTRATION: We are excited to announce our Parks Department's new online registration
software! ** Before you can register online for the first time, you will need to call the Antioch Parks & Recreation office
(847-395-2160) in order to be supplied with a user name and password.** Our online registration website is:
http://www.maxsolutionsonline.com/antioch/. To login you must enter the user name and password you were provided. From
the main screen click on ‘activities’ and search your activity type and center. Choose the class you wish to participate in and at
the bottom click on register. Under ‘Registrant Information’, select the family member you are enrolling for that specific class.
You will then click on ‘add to cart’, followed by ‘check out’. Enter the payment information, once completed your receipt will be
emailed to you and the Antioch Parks & Recreation office will be notified.
FOR INFO ON THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS, PLEASE CALL THE NUMBERS LISTED
THESE ORGANIZATIONS ARE NOT PART OF THE PARKS DEPARTMENT
Antioch Viking Football- President, John Nebel Voice Mail: 847-604-4070
Antioch Viking Cheerleading – Lisa England Phone: 847-838-5213
Antioch Youth Little League – President, Bruce Goeckner Voice Mail: 847-838-5657
Youth Iceless Hockey - Boys President: Dick Kessler Phone: 847-395-9287
- Girls President: Dave Mede Phone: 847-356-1232
For children in 1st - 8th grade. Boys play Jan. - Mar. (Regis. in Oct.) Girls play Sept. - Dec. (Regis. May)
AYSO (American Youth Soccer Organization) Phone: 847-337-7615
Soccer Leagues Lindenhurst Park District Phone: 847-356-6011
Boy Scouts of America- Tom Dvorak Phone: 847-395-0722
Girl Scouts- Linda Schmidt Phone: 847-395-1551
Lakes Region Historical Society- President, Wendy Maston Phone: 847-395-7337
Jazzercise – Anna Soria, website: www.jazzercise.com Phone: 847-838-3154
FESTIVAL ARTS OF ANTIOCH
Lakes Area Community Band, Bill McGee Phone: 847-838-4387
The Lakes Area Community Band is a volunteer concert band with the goal of providing fun and educational
music making opportunities for people of all ages and musical abilities. Membership is open to adults or high
school students. Junior high students actively taking private music instruction are also welcome to participate.
No audition required. The band prepares around six seasonal concerts per year including: Mother’s Day Concert
at ACHS, Concert Series Opening Night and the very popular 4th of July concert at Williams Park. Rehearsals
are held every Monday from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the ACHS band room. The band is under the direction of Steve
Porch. Come join the fun!
Community Chorus, Becky Reckamp Phone: 847-356-3548
The Antioch Community Chorus is a volunteer concert chorus with the goal of providing musical opportunities for
people of all ages with singing abilities. Membership is open to adults or high school students. The chorus
prepares approximately four concerts per year including: Handel’s Messiah at Christmas time, Stainer’s
Crucifixion during Easter time, 4th of July concert at Williams Park and Antioch’s It’s Thursday Concert Series
Opening Night. Rehearsals take place prior to above concerts at the Methodist Church. The Chorus is under the
direction of Kris Bolin. Anyone interested in joining the chorus, please call Becky at the above number or Ken
Smouse at 847-395-1333.
SPECIAL RECREATION SERVICES OF
NORTHERN LAKE COUNTY (SRSNLC)
SRSNLC provides recreational programs and services for individuals with special needs for
the residents of Lake County in cooperation with Lindenhurst, Round Lake, Waukegan and
Zion Park Districts. They are committed to meeting individual leisure needs. For more information, call the
Lindenhurst Park District at (847) 356-6011.
Antioch Senior Center
The Antioch Senior Center is a multi-purpose drop in center open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00
p.m. It is located at 817 Holbek Drive, behind the Fire and Rescue Squad Building on Orchard Street. Anyone age
60 and over is welcome to attend. The center is administered by the Village of Antioch. A 13 member Senior
Advisory Council, which reflects the views of the entire membership, assists the Director in the management and
decision making functions of the Center. Membership dues are $5.00 a year.
Nutrition Services: A nutritious balanced hot lunch is served at the center Monday through Friday at 11:45 a.m.
On Wednesday and Thursday a light lunch of soup and/or sandwich is served. The nutrition program is run by
senior volunteers who work in the kitchen, serve meals, help with registration and clean-up. The menu is posted
at the center. A home-delivered Meals on Wheels program for eligible seniors also operates in Antioch. For more
information, call Catholic Charities at 847-546-5733.
Community support: Donations & scholarships are made to worthy and needy Antioch community groups and
individuals through the Dolly Spiering Memorial Fund. Every evening the Senior Center is being used by nonproft
Antioch community groups/organizations for their weekly meetings.
Transportation: Both PACE Bus and Antioch Cab provide door to door service. Cost of the bus is $1.80 round
trip within Township boundaries. Cost of the cab is half the fare. You may obtain a PACE ID card or Cab cards at
the Village Hall or Township office. You must call 24 hours in advance for the PACE bus at 1-800-244-7223. You
may reach Antioch Cab at 847-395-0481.
Other Services and Amenities: Senior Social Services, Information and Referral, Lending of Medical Equipment,
E-mail & Internet access, Lending Library, Big Screen TV with DVD, Bumper Pool, Treadmills, Shuffleboard,
Chess Club, Organ & Piano, Tax Assistance, Volunteer opportunities, Circuit breaker assistance, Birthday
Celebrations, Pot Luck Holidays, and a Senior Center web site.
Daily Luncheon Monday-Friday at 11:45 AM
Bridge Lessons By Appointment
Bingo Monday at 12:45 PM
AARP Every Second and Fourth Tuesday
4-Handed Pinochle Friday at 12:45 PM
Ceramic Painting By Appointment
Women's Club The Second Wednesday at 12:30 PM
Theme Parties Eight Times per Year
Sing-A-Long Wednesday at 10:30 AM
Cribbage Wednesday at 12:45 PM
T.O.P.S. Wednesday at 6:30 PM
Dances First and Third Friday at 7:00 PM
Exercise Class Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:00 AM
Trivia Contests The Fourth Wednesday at 12:30 PM
Duplicate Bridge Thursday 12:45 PM
3-Handed Pinochle Thursday 12:45 PM
Pinochle Lessons By Appointment
Social Service Info By Appointment
Foot Clinic The Second Friday of each Month
Rules of the Road Four times per Year
Computer Availability Any Time
Line Dancing (Beginner) Tuesday at 9:30 AM
Trips Posted at the Center
Flu Shots November
Health Screenings The Third Monday of each Month
Party Bridge Tuesday at 1:00 PM
Sunday Bear Games On Big Screen TV
Movies on Big Screen The First and Third Tuesdays at 12:30 PM
Village of Antioch’s Special Events and Programs
10th ANNUAL MOTHER & SON COSMIC
BOWLING DATE NIGHT
This year’s 10th Annual Mother & Son Date Night will be Sunday, September 21st from 4:00 p.m.
to 6:00 p.m. at the Antioch Bowling Lanes. Cosmic Bowling, hot dog, chips, pop and a memorable
photo will be included along with the bowling and shoe rental. Bumper bowling will be available for
younger children. Antioch Residents: $20.00 per couple and Non-Residents: $30.00 per couple
($10.00 for each additional son). Antioch residents may register for this popular event at
the Parks Office beginning August 4th. Non-Residents may register at the Parks Office
beginning September 2nd if still available. There is limited space so register early! Call the
Parks & Recreation Office at 395-2160 for more information. DEADLINE FOR
REGISTRATION IS 9/19/08 or until sold out. TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE
Daddy Daughter Date Night
Dad, its time once again to spend a special night with
“Daddy’s Little Girl(s).” This evening of dancing is for fathers and
daughters of all ages. (Substitute daddies are always welcome!)
This year’s event will take place at Antioch Upper Grade School
on Saturday, February 7, 2009 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Because of
the popularity of this event, we will only sell tickets to
Antioch residents (60002 zip code). Cost is $20.00 per couple
and $10.00 for each additional daughter. Ticket price includes
dancing, ice cream sundaes, beverages, a memorable photo, and
a gift for the girls. Tickets will go on sale for Antioch residents
beginning December 15th and tickets will be sold through Friday,
February 6th or until they are sold out. Our limit is 700 participants
and tickets go fast so get your tickets early!
THERE WILL BE NO TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!
Antioch’s Holiday Festivities
Annual Christmas Parade
Welcome Santa and the Christmas season to town at the old-fashioned Holiday Parade on Friday,
November 28th at 6:30 p.m. The Parade is sponsored by the Village of Antioch Parks & Recreation
Department. It will run down Main Street from Lake Street to Orchard Avenue, and will conclude with
the official lighting of the Antioch Family Christmas Tree outside the Village Hall. Homemade cookies,
hot chocolate and old-fashioned caroling will take place at Village Hall during the Tree Lighting
Ceremony. Don’t miss this special event that will warm your heart and set the tone for an outstanding
Antioch Christmas. Santa will make a special appearance and will then be available for visiting
immediately after the Tree Lighting Ceremony at his castle on Toft Street. If you are interested in an
entry in the parade, please call the Parks Office at 847-395-2160.
Santa’s Enchanted Castle
We have had confirmation from the North Pole that Santa will once again visit Antioch for the annual
Holiday Parade on November 28th at 6:30 p.m. From there, he will open his Enchanted Castle
immediately following the Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony. Santa’s Enchanted Castle will be
located in the municipal lot off of Toft Street. Santa will hear wishes from November 28th through
December 23rd. His hours will be from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. on weekdays and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
on weekends. Questions regarding Santa’s Enchanted Castle, or to find out how you can help Santa,
please call the Antioch Chamber of Commerce & Industry at 847-395-2233.
Letters to Santa
Santa also has a mail box right here in Antioch! He loves to receive letters from all the wonderful
children of the Antioch Community. Make sure to include your return address so Santa can send his
reply. You can simply drop your letter in the mailbox which is located right outside his Enchanted
Castle or you can send your letters to:
Santa’s Enchanted Castle
c/o Antioch Parks Dept.
806 Holbek Dr.
Antioch, IL 60002
The Antioch Family Christmas Tree
Following the Holiday Parade, we will be lighting the Antioch Family Christmas Tree. You can share in
this special event by making an ornament to hang on the tree. Your ornament should be weatherproof
and should have your family’s name on it. Also be sure that you include some type of hanger on it so
that the ornament will stay on the tree all season. Ornaments can be dropped off at the Parks
Department up until November 26th. Please call 847-395-2160 if you have any questions.
Throughout the year the Parks Dept. needs volunteers to work on special events such as the 4th of July, Fall Fest,
Christmas Parade and the Tree Lighting Ceremony, Daddy Daughter Dance, Easter Egg Hunt and other exciting
events. If you would like to help, call the Parks Dept. at 847-395-2160 or Special Events Dept. at 847-395-4032.
Summer Job Opportunities: Attention! If you are 16 or older and looking for a great summer job, contact the
Antioch Parks Office at 847-395-2160. We are looking for students 16 and over to work as day camp counselors
or as lifeguards and cashiers at the Aqua Center. We begin taking applications in January.
CAMP CRAYON PRE-SCHOOL
Program Supervisor: Debbie Foerster Phone: 847-838-4330
Lead Instructor – 3 yr. olds: Karen Meyer Lead Instructor – 4 yr. olds: Carol Richter
Camp Crayon is a social pre-school program for 3 - 5 year olds (child must be completely toilet
trained by September 1st to participate in the program. No pull-ups.) Classes will begin the week of
September 8th and run through mid May. Our 3 Year Old classes are held at the
Scout House (770 Cunningham Dr.). The 4 year old classes are held at the
Parks Building (806 Holbek Dr.). Classes and fees are listed below. There are
20 children per class with 4 instructors for the 3 year old classes and 20 children
per class with 3 instructors for the 4 year old classes. *Payment sessions are
every 6 weeks. Call the Parks Office for a detailed brochure and class
availability at 847-395-2160.
Class Days Time Fee* Location
3 Year Old Class M&W 9 - 11:00 a.m. $95/115 Scout House
3 Year Old Class T & Th 9 - 11:00 a.m. $95/115 Scout House
4 Year Old Class T & Th 9 - 11:30 a.m. $110/130 Parks Bldg.
BK Camper Class M/W/F 9 - 11:30 a.m. $165/185 Parks Bldg.
BK Camper Class M/W/F 12:30 – 3:00 p.m. $165/185 Parks Bldg.
REGISTRATION for the 2009/2010 school year will be:
VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH RESIDENTS: Saturday, March 7, 2009 from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS: Saturday, March 7, 2009 from 11:00 a.m. - noon
Village residents will have a 3 or 4 digit address and live inside the Village limits. Please bring proof of
residency with you and your child’s birth certificate. Registration will be at: Parks Office, 806 Holbek Dr.
in the Camp Crayon Classroom. A $50 non-refundable registration fee is due at the time of
registration. (Children in prior year's Camp Crayon class will have priority registration before these
dates.) Non-residents can register on Monday, March 16th if there are still spaces available. Above fee
structure is for the 2008/09 school year. Fee structure subject to change for the 2009/10 season.
TIME FOR ME “TWO”
Instructor: Laura Mihovilovich
Time For Me “Two” Parent/Tot Program is for 2 and 3 year olds. Child must be 2 by September
1st 2008. This class is a unique experience between a parent/guardian and child. Classes are an hour
and a half, once a week on Fridays. In class your child will learn to play with children their own age
while experiencing a semi-structured class schedule which will prepare them for future pre-school
classes. Children will experience many age appropriate activities in social playtime, music, art projects,
show and tell and story time. Classes are filled on a first come first serve basis. Parents will sign up for
snack day in class. Class will begin on Friday, September 12th and run through the beginning of May
2009. You will be informed of the start of each new session and payment is due in full the FIRST Day
or sooner. Your child is automatically enrolled into the next session, unless you inform us otherwise. If
you fail to make payment on or before the first day of each new session, your child’s slot in the program
may be given to someone on our waiting list. Payment Sessions are every 7 weeks. Classes are held
at the Scout House at 770 Cunningham Dr.
Day/Time: Fridays 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. Ages: 2 & 3 year olds and parent/guardian
Fridays 11:00 -12:30 p.m. Min/Max: 6/10
VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH PARKS & RECREATION
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Resident_____ Non-Resident_______ E-Mail________________________________________
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Program Title, Time &
**Participant’s Name(s) Age Birth Gender Age Group Session Date Fee
Please duplicate this form for additional registrations.
Mail or register in person at: We accept cash, checks, & Credit Cards.
Make checks payable to:
Parks & Recreation Department Village of Antioch
806 Holbek Drive
Antioch, IL 60002 Cash/CC/Check#____________________________
**Please fill out a separate form for each family**
Please read and sign the waiver on the back of this form
VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH PARK & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
WAIVER, RELEASE, INDEMNITY AND HOLD HARMLESS
PLEASE READ THIS FORM CAREFULLY.
As used in this Agreement, the terms "I", "me," and "my" refer to parents, guardians and minor participants in the
programs, and each and all of their successors, heirs, executors, trustees and assigns. The terms “you” or “your”
refer to the Village, any and all other participating or cooperating governmental units, and their respective officers,
agents, employees, volunteers and independent contractors. The terms "participation," “programs” and
"activities," mean and include all exercise and physical movement of any nature during the course of the
organized activity for which I have registered ,and further include the provision of or failure to provide proper
instructions or supervision, the use and adjustment of any and all machinery, equipment, and apparatus, and
anything related to my use of the services, facilities, or premises involved on these programs, and transportation
to and from any events.
In consideration for the Village permitting me to register and/or participate in any programs or activities organized,
sponsored, operated or supervised by the Village of Antioch, and as a condition of such registration and
participation, I agree that I:
Recognize that my participation in any programs and activities, especially those which require
strenuous exertion, carry the potential for bodily contact or may be characterized as “hazardous
recreational activities”, carries with it certain inherent risks of injury, death and damage to real or
Knowingly and voluntarily assume the risk of participating in any and all activities connected with
and associated with this program/activity;
Knowingly and voluntarily waive, release and discharge the Village, any and all other participating or
cooperating governmental units, and their respective officers, agents, employees, volunteers and
independent contractors (collectively, the “Released Parties”) from any and all claims for injuries,
damages or loss, of any kind or severity whatsoever, which I might sustain as a result of participating
in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity; and
Shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Released Parties from any and all claims for injuries,
damages or loss, of any kind or severity whatsoever, which might be sustained as a result of my
participation in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity.
In the event of accident, injury, or sudden illness, I authorize needed medical treatment by a physician and/or
I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk, waiver and
release of all claims and indemnification. I further understand that any advisements or warnings of the particular
risks of these programs that I subsequently receive will be incorporated by reference into and become a part of
If registering on-line or via fax, your on-line or fax signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as
an original form signature.
I understand that the participant’s photograph may be taken during Park Department activities and I give my
permission to the Village of Antioch’s Department of Parks & Recreation to use such photographs in program
Signature (Signee must be at least 18 years old) Date
FALL & WINTER PROGRAMS
Fees are as follows: Residents (60002 zip code) / Non-Residents
PROGRAMS SOCCER BASEBALL CLINIC
Every child should experience the This baseball clinic will enhance your
world’s most popular game in a way that child’s skill in every fundamental
5 STAR SPORTS will put the “fun” in fundamental. All the category. Fielding, hitting, throwing,
necessary skills will be covered that will base running and more will be covered
enhance their confidence and prepare and a very fun but competitive way.
them for league play. Dribbling, Skills needed for the future will be
passing, shooting and teamwork will be covered as long as drills and games that
priorities during every class. We can be played at home. Only equipment
guarantee your child will impress you needed is a glove.
with their skill and knowledge level after Ages: 7-10 yrs
they take our class. Every child should
Location: AES, 817 Main St.
BASKETBALL bring a soccer ball, gym shoes and shin
Session 1: 10/1-11/5
5 Star Sports loves and plays all sports, guards are optional.
but to us nothing can compare to
Session 4: 2/25-4/15
Ages: 3-4 yrs No Class 3/4& 4/1
basketball. Our passion for the sport
shines through during every class. For
Location: Parks Building Time: 7:15-8:15 p.m.
the youngsters they will be taught the Session 1: 9/15-10/20 Day: Wednesday 6 weeks
basics such as dribbling, passing and Session 3: 2/23-4/6 Min/Max: 6/20
shooting. Every child will enjoy the fun No Class 3/30 Fee: $43/48
and creative way the game is presented.
So from the basketball die hard to the
kid who just needs an outlet for all that Day: Monday 6 weeks T-BALL
extra energy, this is the class for you. Min/Max: 6/16 In our T-Ball class, we introduce your
children to America’s past time in a fun
Ages: 3-4 yrs Location: AES, 817 Main St. and creative way. While all the basic
Location: Parks Building Session 2: 1/7-2/18 skills such as fielding, catching, and
Session 1: 10/1-11/5 No Class 2/4 batting will be covered, your children will
Session 3: 1/7-2/11 Time: 5:30-6:15p.m. never be bored, as we make sure all
kids stay moving and involved. Balls
Time: 12:15-1:00p.m. Day: Wednesday 6 weeks and bats are provided so just bring your
Day: Wednesday 6 weeks Min/Max: 6/20 glove and let’s play ball! Children must
Location: Parks Building Fee: $37/42 wear clean gym shoes due to our indoor
mats and gym floors.
Session 2: 11/10-12/15 Ages: 4-6 yrs
Time: 5:00-5:45p.m. Location: Parks Building Ages: 3-4 yrs
Day: Monday 6 weeks Location: AES, 817 Main St.
Session 1: 9/15-10/20
Session 1: 9/17-10/22
Min/Max: 6/16 Session 3: 2/23-4/6 Time: 5:30-6:15 p.m.
Fee: $37/42 No Class 3/30 Day: Wednesday 6 weeks
Ages: 4-6 yrs Time: 5:45-6:45p.m. Location: Parks Building
Location: Hillcrest School. 433 Day: Monday 6 weeks Session 2: 11/12-12/17
Depot St Min/Max: 6/16 Time: 12:15-1:00 p.m.
Session 1: 9/13-10/25 Location: AES, 817 Main St. Day: Wednesday 6 weeks
No Class 10/18 Session 2: 1/7-2/18 Session 3: 1/5-2/9
Session 3: 1/10-2/28 No Class 2/4 Day: Monday 6 weeks
No Class 1/24 & 2/21 Time: 6:15-7:15p.m. Time: 12:15-1:00 p.m.
Time: 1:00-2:00p.m. Day: Wednesday 6 weeks Min/Max: 6/16
Day: Saturday 6 weeks Fee: $37/42
Location: Parks Building Fee: $43/48 Ages: 4-6 yrs
Location: AES, 817 Main St
Session 2: 11/3-12/8
Session 1: 9/17-10/22
Time: 5:45-6:45p.m. SOCCER CLINIC Time: 6:15-7:15 p.m.
Day: Monday 6 weeks Ages: 7-10 yrs Day: Wednesday 6 weeks
Min/Max: 6/16 Location: AES, 817 Main St. Location: Hillcrest School. 433
Fee: $43/48 Session 2: 1/7-2/18 Depot St
No Class 2/4 Session 2: 11/1-12/20
Time: 7:15-8:15p.m. No Class 11/29 & 12/6
Day: Wednesday 6 weeks Location: Parks Building
Session 4: 3/7 – 4/11
Fee: $43/48 Day: Saturday 6 weeks
FAMILY OLYMPICS ICELESS HOCKEY
Our family Olympics class is designed to We at 5 Star Sports believe hockey is PILATES
help toddlers discover the wonderful too great of a game to only be played by PILATES MAT CLASS
world of sports. Running, jumping, great skaters. We bring all the speed
throwing, catching, shooting and kicking and skill of the game minus the skates.
are all activities that will help your child Each week numerous games will be
develop their motor skills. They will played that will help improve your child’s
learn to listen, follow directions, share skill and knowledge level. At the
and get along with other kids. The younger level, passing, shooting and
sports covered will be soccer, stick handling will be the main focus. As
basketball, baseball, football and floor the kids grow so does the knowledge.
hockey. All equipment provided. Positions, penalties, and even some Pilates mat class taught by certified
Participants must wear clean gym shoes hockey plays will all be covered with the fitness instructor Jan Fenske, designed
inside due to our floor mats. older players. The only equipment to restore muscular balance and to
Ages: 2-3 yrs needed is a helmet and a high level of improve overall body strength. During
Location: Parks Building enthusiasm. Gloves, kneepads, elbow this class you will also learn to improve
pads and sticks are all optional. flexibility and increase core stability.
Session 1: 9/20-10/25 The movements use the abdomen,
Session 3: 1/10-2/14 Ages: 4-6 yrs lower back and buttocks as a power
Time: 11:00-11:45 a.m. Location: Hillcrest School. 433 center, enabling the rest of the body to
Day: Saturday 6 weeks Depot St move freely through each fundamental
Session 2: 11/8-12/20 Session 1: 9/13-10/25 movement. Dress comfortable and bring
No Class 11/29 No Class 10/18 a towel and a mat. This is a class for
Mind, Body & Spirit!
Session 4: 2/21-4/4 Session 3: 1/10-2/28
No Class 3/28 No Class 1/24 & 2/21 Location: Parks Bldg. Gym
Time: 10:00-10:45 a.m. Time: 12:00-1:00 p.m. Ages: Adult 16 and up
Day: Saturday 6 weeks Day: Saturday 6 weeks Time: 6 – 7:00 p.m.
Min/Max: 6/16 Min/Max: 8/16 Day: Wednesday 4 weeks
Fee: $37/42 Fee: $43/48 Session 1: 9/10 – 10/1
Session 2: 10/8–11/5
MINI OLYMPICS No Class 10/29
This exciting class focuses on fun while Session 3: 11/12–12/3
introducing kids to many different sports.
Each week the theme sport will change Session 4: 12/10 –1/14
and games will be played. T-ball, No Class 12/24 and 12/31
soccer, basketball, football and hockey Session 5: 1/21 – 2/11
are the main sports covered. Other Session 6: 2/18 – 3/11
sports such as tennis, track & field,
bowling and even golf may also be
HORSE RIDING Session 7: 3/18 – 4/8
introduced if time allows. Children must LESSONS Min/Max: 5/15
wear clean gym shoes due to our indoor Fee: $48/53
mats. at Windance Acres
We offer 2 styles of riding, at Windance
Ages: 3-4 yrs Acres, English or Western, (you must
Location: Parks Building specify). Classes start at the beginner
Session 1: 11/8-12/20 level. Each child may advance to SAFETY SKILLS & SELF-
No Class 11/29 his/her own level. Proper attire is a DEFENSE FOR KIDS
Day: Saturday 6 weeks MUST! Long pants, shoes/boots with a
Session 4: 2/16-3/23 heel and a riding helmet are required.
(Riding helmets will be supplied if you The Internet”
Day: Monday 6 weeks What Every Child Should Know! Is your
do not own one.) Don’t worry about the
Time: 12:15 – 1:00 p.m. weather; there is an indoor and outdoor child ready to handle scary situations
Min/Max: 6/16 arena. If you have any questions about with confidence? Recognizing, avoiding
Fee: $37/42 lessons please call 847-265-2329. and escaping from dangerous people
and situations, with 25+ discussion
Location: Windance Acres, 803 topics and 25 simple, practical, self-
FISHING 101 Cedar Lake Road, Lake Villa, IL. defense maneuvers taught in a fun, non-
Our experienced fishermen will teach Age: 6 and up threatening way by a certified instructor.
your kids all of the basics of fishing as Time: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Illustrated Home Learning Guide,
well as some “tricks of the trade!” We Day: Wednesday 4 weeks certificate and wallet sized Safety Card
can’t guarantee that the fish will always Session 1: 9/24 – 10/15 included. Parents welcome to observe
bite, but we can promise that your child free. Wear casual clothing and clean,
Session 2: 10/22 – 11/12
will love this class! Participants will need tied gym shoes. All materials included.
to bring their own fishing poles. Session 3: 11/19 – 12/10
More info at
Session 4: 12/17 – 1/7 www.BestDefenseIllinois.com
Ages: 6-10 yrs. (12/24 will be rescheduled with
Location: Pedersen Park Location: Parks Bldg. Gym
Session 1: 9/20-10/25 Instructor: Roz Lavine
Session 5: 1/14 – 2/4
Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m. Age: 6 and up
Session 6: 2/11 – 3/4
Day: Saturday Time: 5:00–6:15 p.m.
Session 7: 3/11 – 4/1
Min/Max: 5/10 Day: Tuesday
Min/Max: 1/ 3
Fee: $43/48 Session 1: 10/28 – 11/11
ART & MUSIC MAGIC
Magic Class with Gary Kantor. Children
INK SPOT JOURNEYS & are guaranteed to have a great time as CATHEAD BASKET
they learn a collection of fascinating and Students will learn how to shape their
PICASSOS PALS mesmerizing tricks! Amaze family and basket in the traditional Shaker cathead
Ink Spot Journeys Picassos Pals is an friends with tricks that involve cards, shape in this class. This basket changes
art program for children. Instructor and ropes, coins, mind-reading, and more. shape from a square base to an open
owner, Sal Martini-Hayes is an abstract While the tricks may appear difficult, round basket. Please choose a color
watercolorist and works with many you’ll discover that they are quick to accent for twining (navy, smoke/light
different mediums such as abstract learn and easy to perform. All materials brown), green, wine or scarlet/red) and
paintings, paper mache, mosaics, are provided, and each child receives a handle (2 leather bushel handles or
candy sculptures, painting teapots, magic kit to take home. Children are wooden swing handle (please add $3 to
creating 3-D trees to create scenes and grouped by age and always learn tricks cost for wooden swing handle).
much more. Classes will be different that are age appropriate. Additionally, Location: Parks Bldg. Classroom
each week with many out-of-the-box you can sign up for this class again and
ideas. Sal teaches children that in the Age: 16 and up
again since brand new tricks are always
world of abstract art, there is no such taught at each session! Time: 6:00-9:30p.m.
thing as a mistake and to believe in Day: Monday
themselves and their imagination. Each Location: Parks Bldg. Classroom
Ages: 5 – 12 yrs. Session 1: 10/27
child is given the gift of imagination and
no two are the same so come to class Session 1: 10/20 Min/Max: 5/14
and CREATE, CREATE, CREATE! Time: 5:00-5:55p.m. Fee: $40/45
Location: Ink Spot Art Studio at 945 Day: Monday
Main St. (Inside Flo’s Family Hair Care) Session 2: 11/24
Ages/Time: 2 – 5 yrs. 9-10:30a.m. Time: 6:45-7:40p.m
Ages/Time: 5-14 yrs This is the classic market basket that
Day: Monday can be used anywhere. This basket
3:30-5 OR 5:30-7p.m. Min/Max: 5/35
Day: Friday 4 weeks features a sturdy wood handle and lots
Fee: $18/23 of color. The spokes (vertical reed on a
Session 1: 9/19-10/10
Session 2 : 10/17-11/14-No Class 10/31 basket) are all dyed in the color of your
Session 3: 11/21-12/19-No Class 11/28 choice and the tricolor rim in round reed
Session 4: 1/9-1/30 makes a pleasing pattern. This basket
Session 5: 2/6-2/27 measures 8” wide x 12” long and stands
Session 6: 3/6-3/27 12” high at the top of the wood handle.
Please choose a color accent (navy,
Ages: 5 – 14 yrs. wine, green or smoke/light brown).
Day: Tuesdays 4 weeks
Time: 3:30 – 5 p.m. OR 5:30-7p.m. Location: Parks Bldg. Classroom
Session 1: 9/16-10/7
BASKET WEAVING Age: 16 and up
Session 2: 10/14-11/4 Our instructors are Lisa Herout and Ann
Krumpos who have taught basket Time: 6:00-9:00p.m.
Session 3: 11/11-12/2
Session 4: 12/9-12/30 weaving for the Antioch Fine Arts Day: Monday
Session 5: 1/6-1/27 Foundation as well as other area park Session 1: 11/17
Session 6: 2/3-2/24 districts. All materials included. Please Min/Max: 5/14
Session 7: 3/3-3/24 register at least 1 week prior to class so
we can be sure to have enough supplies Fee: $32/37
Ages: 5 – 14 yrs. on hand.
Day: Wednesdays 4 weeks
Time: 3:30 – 5 p.m. OR 5:30-7p.m. Location: Parks Bldg. Classroom OVAL PURSE
Session 1: 9/17-10/8 Ages: 16 and up Weave a stylish basket that can serve
Session 2: 10/15-11/5 as a purse or tote. This basket has a
Session 3: 11/12-12/3 narrow rectangular base that gradually
Session 4: 1/7-1/28 UTILITY BASKET shifts to an oval rim. Students will learn
Session 5: 2/4-2/25 Weave a practical basket that is perfect how to weave a wrapped handle to a
Session 6: 3/4-3/25 for holding paperwork (serving as a file length they choose and can customize
Ages: 5 – 14 yrs. holder) or magazines. This slightly their baskets with a variety of color
Day: Thursdays 4 weeks rectangular basket measures 13” long x accents available at the class.
Time: 5:30 – 7 p.m. OR 5:30-7p.m. 10” wide and stands 12” high. Students Location: Parks Bldg. Classroom
Session 1: 9/18-10/9 will customize their baskets with color
(choose color accent-navy, smoke/light
Age: 16 and up
Session 2: 10/16-11/6
Session 3: 11/13-12/11 -No Class 11/27 brown, green, or wine), learn how to Time: 6:00-9:00p.m.
Session 4: 12/18-1/22 fashion handgrips for the basket and Day: Monday
No Class 12/25 & 1/1 reinforce the base of the basket for Session 1: 1/19
Session 5: 1 /29-2/19 strength.
Session 6: 2/26-3/19 Location: Parks Bldg. Classroom Fee: $32/37
Ages: 5 – 14 yrs. Age: 16 and up
Day: Saturday 4 weeks
Time: 5:30 – 7 p.m OR 5:30-7p.m.
Session 1: 9/20-10/11 Day: Monday
Session 2: 10/18-11/8 Session 1: 9/29
Session 3: 11/15-12/6 Min/Max: 5/14
Session 4: 12/13-1/3
Session 5: 1/10-1/31
Session 6: 2/7-2/28
Session 7: 3/7-3/28
All Classes Min/Max: 2/5
KINDERMUSIK KINDERMUSIK VILLAGE Our Time introduces your child to a
BY LISA MUSIC AND musical world filled with singing,
All classes require materials to be MOVEMENT/SIGN & SING rhyming, listening activities, instrument
purchased at the first day of class (costs TOTAL ENRICHMENT CLASS play, interactive story-times, and
below-check made payable to Educator creative movement dances. With
Lisa Sadowski). Materials include CDs,
W/PARENT his/her caregiver, all this interaction will
The class concentrates on total child further expand your child's literacy skills,
Instrument, Award Winning Books,
development-emotional, language, listening skills, fine/gross motor skills,
Activity Journal, and Carrying Case
social, physical, creative and musical- self-confidence and communication
(Signing class includes DVD and sign
through fun, educator-approved skills. This class is a perfect stepping
flashcards). Second siblings in the same
activities such as instrument play, stone to the formal school experience,
class purchase a partial kit at 50% off
reading, baby dances, and visual and as many similar skills are developed to
(Sign/Sing does not need a sibling kit).
auditory activities. We use instruments, prepare your child for the future. This
You will further your child's
puppets, bubbles, books, scarves, class we'll be doing "Milk and Cookies",
development by using the materials with
parachute and educational toys to make songs, dances, stories and activities
your family at home. Questions?
this both fun and educational. Also related to things we do during the day
Please call Lisa at 847 421-1481, or
during the class, we will also provide around the house (baking cookies,
you the tools to learn more than 50 ASL washing clothes, planting a garden,
signs modified for use with babies. building a house, playing, etc).
Through songs, dances and play, you
Check our website for more info. All Location: Scout House
and your child will learn basic signs to
classes held at Scout House at 770 Instructor: Pat Abraham
carry you through the routines of your
Cunningham Dr. Ages: 18mths – 3 1/2 yrs (with parent)
day: eating signs, play signs, people
signs, emotion signs, safety signs, bath- Time: 1:15-2:00 p.m.
Day: Tuesday 15 weeks
IMAGINE THAT! time signs, and sleep-time signs. This
Session 1: 9/23-1/20
Your child's creativity, self-confidence, research proven program speeds
language development in hearing No class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30
listening skills, literacy, and math skills Session 2: 1/27-5/19
will flourish in this class, along with their children, eases frustration and
No class 3/24 and 3/31
musical skills. The same patterns that enhances early communication skills
and long-term learning abilities. Both the Min/Max: 4/12
we learn in music will also help your Fee: $165/170
child excel in math and reading in first and second part of this class
Plus $58 materials cost (sibling does
preschool and kindergarten. Children provides you with at home materials that
let you reinforce and continue the not have to buy full second kit,
are exposed to more complex musical sibling kit available at 50% off).
concepts and are able to practice development and bonding at home with
st Tuition Sibling Discount 10%
independently and in a group in this your child. 1 session theme will be
smaller size class. They are also able Zoom Buggy/Dream Pillow, and 2
to make up their own songs and session will be Hickory Dickory, Tickle
rhythms, and gain confidence sharing and Bounce/Rhythm of My Day!
and acting out their storytelling and Location: Scout House
movement ideas through music. Instructor: Pat Abraham
Parents come back, along with other
siblings, for the last 5 minutes of class Ages: 0-2 yrs. (with parent)
for 1-2 family music activities. 1
session, the theme will be "Hello Day: Tuesday 15 weeks
Weather, Let's Play Together", with Session 1: 9/23-1/20
music, story and movement all related to BABYSITTING
outdoor adventures, and 2 session, No class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30
we'll do, "Cities, Busy Places, Friendly Session 2: 1/27-5/19 Sitter’s Survival
Faces", related to exciting places and No class 3/24 and 3/31 Babysitting Clinic
people in the city. Min/Max: 4/12 A Collaborative venture between the
Location: Scout House Antioch Parks & Recreation Dept.,
Instructor: Pat Abraham Antioch Fire Dept., Antioch Rescue
Plus either $35 or $68 materials fee
Ages: 3 1/2 – 5 1/2 yrs Squad, and the Antioch Police Dept..
will be due first day of class made
With parent/caregiver only attending This is a 4 week class with 2 sessions
payable to Lisa Sadowski (siblings
last 5 minutes of class. offered. Instruction on safety and
do not have to buy a full kit, and no
Time: 2:15-3:00p.m. emergency situations will be given by
signing kit needed if already
Day: Tuesday 15 weeks experts from the Antioch Fire Dept.,
Session 1: 9/23-1/20 Police Dept. and Rescue Squad. The
Tuition sibling discount: 10%
No class 11/25, 12/23, 12/30 final class will have hands on instruction
Session 2: 1/27-5/19 and activities with real babies. Children
No class 3/24 and 3/31 must attend all 4 classes to receive a
Min/Max: 4/12 certificate at the end of the session.
Fee: $165/170 Location: Parks Building classroom.
Plus $60 for materials
Ages: 10 – 15 yrs.
($5 additional for backpack for new
students never enrolled in Imagine Time: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
That.) (2 class will go until 9:00 p.m.)
Siblings enrolled in same class buy a Session 1: Thurs. 10/9–10/30
sibling kit at 50% off. Tuition Sibling Session 2: Thurs. 1/15-2/5
discount is 10%. Min/Max: 10/20
TAP, BALLET, TUMBLING MOM & TOT CLASS
DANCE Warm-ups and instructional steps are This is a ½ hour class, which is designed
combined with children’s songs and props to get even the youngest of dancers
to help provide fundamental skills. having fun and learning to follow music.
AMERICAN STARS OF Children are introduced to basic tap ballet This class is for those dancers that need
technique. This is a structured dance mom in the room to help, as well as those
DANCE experience to establish or continue a that are ready to stay and participate
American Stars of Dance is offering dance “solid” base of dance knowledge. A without a parent. The goal in this class is
and creative movement classes through leotard, tap shoes, and ballet shoes are to have fun, learn to listen and follow
Antioch Parks & Recreation. Each student required. direction, follow along with music and get
in our program learns to dance, develop Location: 133 Cedar Ave, Lake Villa ready for the next level. Comfortable
positive self-esteem and has fun as well. Age: 4-7 yrs clothes and tennis shoes are all that is
If these classes do not fit your schedule, needed.
or if there is a class you are looking for
Day: Thursday 6 weeks Ages: 16 mos. - 3 yrs.
and do not see it listed, please call our
studio office at (847) 838-1234. Most Session 1: 9/18-10/23 Day: Monday 6 weeks
classes are held at our Lake Villa studio, Session 2: 10/30-12/11 Time: 9:30 – 10:00 a.m.
located at 133 Cedar Avenue, near the
No Class 11/27 Session 1: 9/15 – 10/20
train depot. Our Parent/Tot class is held Session 2: 11/3 – 12/8
at 237 Deopt St. in Antioch. Session 3: 1/15-2/19
Session 4: 3/5-4/16 Session 3: 1/5 – 2/9
No Class 4/2 Session 4: 2/16 – 3/23
PARENT & TOT Day: Wednesday 6 weeks
This 45 minute class includes play acting Session 5: 4/23-5/28
with props, parachute games, obstacle Min/Max: 4/8 Session 1: 9/17-10/22
courses, creative movement, stretching, Fee: $65/70 Min/Max: 5/10
some tumbling and basic dance steps. Fee: $49/54
This class offers your child a structured
play experience away from home with
other children of the same age. Parents PRESCHOOL TAP &
should plan to participate with their child. BALLET
Location: 237 Depot St., Antioch We can help you and your partner look A fun class for girls and boys!! This
Age: 18mths-3 yrs good at any event! Come join us in is a beginning level class that is
Time: 9:00 – 9:45a.m. learning the basics in Ballroom, Salsa, designed to develop appropriate
Latin and Swing dancing. Comfortable skills for the particular age group.
Day: Saturday 6 weeks
clothing and leather-soled shoes are Children will learn technique in Ballet
Session 1: 9/20-10/25 recommended. Couples only-no singles. and Tap. Classes will consist of a
Session 2: 11/1-12/13 Location: 133 Cedar Ave, Lake Villa warm-up, progressions across the
No Class 11/29 Age: Adult/Young Adult floor, and fun and exciting routines.
Session 3: 1/17-2/21 Time: Beginner 7:00 - 8:00p.m. Tap and Ballet shoes are
Session 4: 3/7-4/18 Intermediate 8:00 - 9:00p.m. recommended for this class, but not
No Class 4/4 Beginner Overflow 9:00-10:00p.m. mandatory. You may find shoes;
Session 5: 4/25-5/30 (Verify w/Parks Department) (black taps, pink ballets) at Payless,
Min/Max: 4/8 Day: Tuesday 6 weeks Wal-mart or order at the studio.
Fee: $60/65 Session 1: 9/16-10/21 Ages: 3 - 5 yrs.
Session 2: 10/28-12/9 Day: Monday 6 weeks
BOOGIE BABIES No Class 11/25 Time: 10:00 – 10:45 a.m.
The next step up from Parent & Tot, this Session 3: 1/13-2/17 Session 1: 9/15 – 10/20
45 minute class will introduce your toddler Session 4: 3/3-4/14 Session 2: 11/3 – 12/8
to an independent dance class as parents
watch. Basic dance steps and No Class 3/31 Session 3: 1/5 – 2/9
coordination are some of the skills that will Session 5: 4/21-5/26 Session 4: 2/16 – 3/23
be introduced. Ballet shoes are needed Min/Max: 4/7 couple Day: Wednesday 6 weeks
for this class. Fee: $95/100 per couple Session 1: 9/17-10/22
Location: 133 Cedar Ave, Lake Villa -------------------------------------------------------- Min/Max: 5/10
Age: 2-3 yrs Fee: $54/59
Day: Thursday 6 weeks DANCE ACADEMY BEGINNER HIP HOP
Session 1: 9/18-10/23 The Dance Academy of Antioch is offering
dance classes for all ages through Students will learn the basics of hip hop
Session 2: 10/30-12/11 Antioch Parks & Recreation this fall and style dancing, work on flexibility, skill work
No Class 11/27 winter. Our instructors teach the technical as well as learn fun combinations to
Session 3: 1/15-2/19 aspects of dance while having fun. The popular hip hop music. Clean gym shoes
dancers will develop their skills and and comfortable clothing.
Session 4: 3/5-4/16
No Class 4/2
increase their self-esteem. The following Ages: 6-9 yrs
classes are held at The Dance Time: 6:15-7:00p.m.
Session 5: 4/23-5/28 Academy of Antioch, which is located
Min/Max: 4/8 at 77 McMillan Rd (next to Nice Ice). If Day: Friday 6 weeks
Fee: $60/65 these classes do not fit your schedule, Session 1: 9/19-10/24
please call the Dance Academy at 847- Min/Max: 5/10
395-0022 for more information. Fee: $49/54
ADULT HIP HOP BALLROOM DANCING
This class is just plain fun. Adults will A fun class for adults! Join Miss Kim for
learn to dance to styles of music like the lessons in Rumba, Waltz, Cha-Cha and Age: 4-5 year olds
music video stars of today. Clean gym Swing. Look great at the next wedding Time: 6:00-6:45p.m.
shoes and comfortable clothing. you attend. Steps are broken down Day: Wednesday
separately for the men and ladies. Min/Max: 6/10
Ages: Young Adult/Adult Comfortable clothes and shoes Fee: 3 wks. $37/42 4 wks. $49/54
Time: 8:00-8:45p.m. recommended.
Day: Friday 6 weeks Age: Young Adult/Adult
Session 1: 9/19-10/24 Emphasis is on physical fitness through
Time: 2 - 3:00 p.m. gymnastic activities. As the child
Min/Max: 5/10 Day: Sundays 6 weeks progresses in level 1 they advance to
Fee: $49/54 Session 1: 10/26 – 11/30 harder levels and their skills become more
Session 2: 1/11 – 2/15 difficult.
HIP HOP Min/Max: 2/8 couples Age: 6-9 year olds
Students will learn the basics of hip hop Fee: $87/92 Time: 4:00-5:00 p.m.
style dancing, work on flexibility, skill work
as well as learn fun combinations to Day: Wednesday
PRE-BEGINNER LYRICAL Min/Max: 6/10
popular hip hop music. Clean gym shoes Does your dancer like jazz, but would like
and comfortable clothing. to incorporate a little more ballet with it? Fee: 3 wks. $41/46 4 wks. $54/59
Ages: 10-16 yrs Then our lyrical class is for you. Teaching ---------------------------------------------
Time: 6:00-7:00p.m. them a little more feeling and movement
in their dance.
Day: Friday 6 weeks
Session 1: 9/19-10/24 Ages:
Min/Max: 5/10 Day: Wednesday 6 weeks September
Fee: $54/59 Session 1: 9/17-10/22 Sat. 6 Arts and Crafts Faire
Min/Max: 5/10 Sun. 7 Arts and Crafts Faire
TAP Fee: $49/54 Sun. 21 Mother/Son Bowling
You will learn a variety of skills, --------------------------------------------
awareness of the beat, timing and rhythm October
and apply them to many types of music. nd
Thur. 2 Homecoming Parade
Tap shoes needed. rd
GYMNASTICS Fri. 3
ACHS Homecoming Game
Ages: 10-16yrs Sat. 4 Rotary Pork Chop Dinner &
Time: 7:00-8:00p.m. ZONE Auction
Antioch Parks & Recreation th
Day: Friday 6 weeks Sat. 11 Antioch’s Fall Festival
is offering gymnastics
Session 1: 9/19-10/24 through the Gymnastics Zone located at
Min/Max: 5/10 820 Anita St. in Antioch. Girls should November
Fee: $54/59 wear leotard with hair tied back. Boys Fri. 7 St. Peter Footlights
should wear shorts with elastic waistband Sat. 8 St. Peter Footlights
and t-shirt. Fri. 28 Christmas Parade &
BEGINNER/ Ses. 1: 4 weeks 9/3-9/24 Tree Lighting
INTERMEDIATE Ses. 2: 4 weeks 10/1-10/22
TUMBLING Ses. 3: 4 weeks 10/29-11/19 December
This class will introduce your child to the Ses. 4: 3 weeks 12/3-12/17 th
Mon. 15 Daddy Daughter Tickets go
basic tumbling skills such as cartwheels, Ses. 5: 4 weeks 1/7-1/28 on sale Antioch Residents only
backbends and a variety of rolls while Ses. 6: 4 weeks 2/4-2/25 nd
Mon. 22 Winter Break Begins,
building strength, flexibility and balance. Ses. 7: 3 weeks 3/4-3/18 Dist. 34 & 117
Ages: 6-10 yrs th
Thur. 25 Christmas Day
Time: 5:15-6:15p.m. PLAY & LEARN
Day: Friday 6 weeks PARENT & TOT CLASS January
This class is designed for children 18 th
Session 1: 9/19-10/24 months to 4 years old. Parent participates
Mon. 5 Begin taking 2009 Park
Min/Max: 5/10 with child; serving as a guide and helper
Fee: $54/59 as your child begins to explore the Mon. 5 School Resumes Dist. 34 &
environment around him/her and Dist. 117
discovers what his/her body can do.
Ages: 18 months - 3 years
INTERMEDIATE MODERN Time: 5:15-6:00p.m.
Sat. 7 Daddy Daughter Date Night
Do you like to express yourself? This at AUGS 7 – 9 p.m.
class is all about expression and Day: Wednesday
movement; by using a blend of Ballet and Min/Max: 6/10
Jazz. Fee: 3 wks. 37/42 4 wks. $49/54 March
Sat. 7 Camp Crayon Registration
Ages: 10-13 yrs
PRE-SCHOOL GYMNASTICS for 2009/2010 – Village Residents
Time: 8:30-9:30p.m. For children 4-5 years old. Your child
Day: Wednesday 6 weeks learns to adjust to a group situation and Look for our Spring & Summer
Session 1: 9/17-10/22 relating to peers. We will begin working
Brochure before spring break!
Min/Max: 5/10 on basic tumbling skills and activities on
the gymnastics equipment, as well as
Fee: $54/59 motor skills, eye-hand coordination, fine
muscle control, and activities designed to
aid the academic development of the
A P P B B V T F B A P G O
Antioch Parks, Land & C L A A A O E I A R I R P
R A V S S L N S T B C I E
Program Facilities E
G R I T L Y S N O E C S F
E O O B L B G O T I
U N A A M U T E
E- Electric available under pavilion N L L S M A L
D L L B D
W- Water available L S
P- Port-a-let bathroom S-Bathroom Structure S
1. Tim Osmond Sports Complex P Football
x x x 1
Depot St. – includes 18 hole Disc Golf course
2. Wm. E. Brook Entertainment Center, Skidmore Dr. x S x 4 x
3. Antioch Community High School, 113 Main St. x x x S x
4. Antioch Elementary School, 817 Main St. x x x S x
5. Antioch Upper Grade School, 800 Highview Dr. x x S
6. Antioch Village Hall, 874 Main St. S
7. Centennial Park, 601 Anita St. (E, W) 8.6 x x x x PS 13 1 x
8. Gage Brothers Park & Hiram Butterick Sawmill, x x 4 x
Scout House, 770 Cunningham Dr. 4.4
9. Jensen Park, Alima Terrace (in Sequoit x x x x x P 2 x
Terrace Subdivision) 2.4
10. North Park, Donin Drive (in Antioch Manor x x x 2 x
North Subdivision) 3.5
11. Osmond Park, Valleyview Court x x 1 x
12. Pedersen Park, Highway 173 x x P 6 1 X
13. Senior Center, 817 Holbek S
14. Parks & Recreation Building, 806 Holbek S
Camp Crayon, Summer Day Camp
15. Tiffany Farms (Undeveloped) 24.5
16. W. C. Petty School, 850 Highview Dr. x x x S x
17. * Williams Park, 741 Main Street (E, W) x x x x x S 18 2 x
18. Windmill Creek (Undeveloped)
19. Woods of Antioch (Undeveloped) 14.8
20. Redwing View - Pulte Homes (.35 developed) 15.8 x x
21. Sprenger Park – NeuHaven 41.8 x x x
22. Mary’s Park – NeuHaven 3.6 x
23. Trevor Creek – 358 Kennedy Dr. 3.0 2
24. Clublands 1 & 2 (under construction) 16.2
*Williams Park also includes the Little League Diamond, Antioch Aqua Center, Skate/Bike Park and Lions Club Pavilion