"Adult Youth Programs Camps"
Su m m e r 2010 Adult & Youth Programs p l u s Camps Cape Elizabeth Community Services 343 Ocean House Road Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 207-799-2868 Community Services Office Staff: Janet Hoskin, Dear Friends & Neighbors, Director Whether you are young at heart or young in age, we have something for you! Karen Allen Community Services is right in your backyard and our staff is excited about the programs we have for you this Summer. As you look through this brochure, you will Pat Fowler see major changes in our Middle School, Preschool, and Day Camp programming while Kathy Maxwell adding a few new twists for our Adult population. Kelly Phinney In addition to new and revised programs, we are also laying the foundation with the hope of implementing on-line registrations soon (possibly the Fall). Stay tuned Betty Roker for more details on this. Leslie Young In an effort to be even more fiscally responsible, the Community Services staff and Advisory Commission are committed to looking for every possible way to maintain high quality programs and services at the lowest cost. One way we are using our funds differently is in the printing costs of this brochure. You may have already noticed the changes that we have made, and hopefully you also see that we are maintaining our tradition of meeting the needs of the citizens of Cape Elizabeth. As state funding changes and the economy continues it's roller coaster activity, our New classes fiscal challenges become even more complicated. It is through the support of the Thomas are noted Jordan Trust Fund, the taxpayers of Cape Elizabeth, as well as private donations that with a we are able to keep the doors open to everyone. It is important for all Cape Elizabeth residents to feel welcome to participate in our programs and services regardless of their + current financial situation and ability to pay. We appreciate your support and patronage and want to do everything we can to keep you coming back. It is important for us to hear from you regarding the things we are doing well in addition to suggestions for improvement. Feel free to provide us with Community feedback in person, over the telephone, through email, in our suggestion boxes, or with Services our evaluations. We look forward to hearing from you and to an exciting, fun-filled Advisory Commission: summer for all. Stephanie Carver Sincerely, Carolyn Flaherty Janet Hoskin Jean Ginn Marvin Director Susan Haversat Kate Mitchell Fred Sturtevant Courtney Thoreck GENERAL INFORMATION Mailing & Street Address: Telephone Numbers: Community Center Community Services: 799-2868 343 Ocean House Rd Day Camp: 767-8103 Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 Kindergarten Camp: 799-4388 REGISTRATION LOCATIONS Before June 21st — ALL: August 2nd-30th — ALL: No classes on 343 Ocean House Rd, Community Center 343 Ocean House Rd, Community Center the following M, Tu, Th: 8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM Holidays... Wed: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM Fri: 8:00 AM-3:00 PM August 21st-25th — May 31 Community Center CLOSED for cleaning July 5 June 21st - July 30th: September 6 M-F: 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM As of August 26th — ALL: Day Camp & Extended Camp 343 Ocean House Rd, Community Center in CE High School Cafeteria M, Tu, Th: 8:00 AM-4:30PM Adults, Swim Lessons, Grades 7, 8, 9 & Wed: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM Kindergarten Camp Fri: 8:00 AM-3:00 PM in 343 Ocean House Rd, Community Ctr 1 Beyond Camp... Adult Programs MAINE STATE MUSIC THEATRE SPRING TRIP TO CAPE COD + PILATES PLUS [ The classic musical “My Fair Lady” What better time to explore Cape Cod Enhance core awareness, stability was the longest running Broadway than before the season gets into full and strength, and Active Isolated musical of its time and will be per- swing? A three day excursion has Stretching for the balanced, formed this summer at MSMT. Watch been planned with lots of stops at agile body you know is in there as Henry Higgins makes a bet that various points of interest. We’ll visit somewhere. Energizing and relaxing; he can get Eliza Doolittle, a poor the Mayflower II and Plymouth Rock tiring and refreshing. New students girl who sells flowers, to speak the on our way to the Cape. Heritage should e-mail Sarah MacColl at English language properly, so she Museum and Gardens, The Sand- email@example.com or call 799-2424 would fit into the higher class. Many wich Glass Museum and the JFK for a pre-class assessment. Bring memorable songs such as I Could Memorial are also on the itinerary. a thicker mat than traditional yoga Have Danced All Night, Wouldn’t It Be Trip costs will include lodging, most requires. Loverly are just a couple you’ll enjoy. meals, custom coach transportation, Sarah MacColl, IDEA Elite Personal We’ll enjoy lunch before the show admission fees, a boat cruise and Trainer at the Freeport Café. Cost includes guide services. Call 799-2868 to Community Ctr. Activity Rm theater ticket, lunch and school bus make reservations. Tuesdays & Thursdays transportation. No discounts. May 4, 5 & 6 9:15-10:15 AM Tuesday, July 13 $273 per person, double occupancy Spring 2: 5/11-6/17 $78 Depart back of Community Ctr. Summer 1: 6/22-7/29 $78 At 10:45 AM $69 POWER HOUR [ Fall 1: 9/7-10/14 $78 Develop strength, flexibility, bal- GOLF FOR BEGINNERS ance, postural alignment, endur- ADAPTIVE AQUATICS Would you like to learn the basics ance, power, and cardiovascular SUMMER SESSION [ of golf? You’ll work on the correct conditioning. Bring weights, water Water exercise is a great way to im- grip, stance, and posture necessary and a mat. prove endurance, strength, stability, for good golf. You’ll practice driving, Susan Janosik range of motion, relieve joint pain, chipping and putting. Most impor- Tues. & Thurs. 5:20-6:15 PM stiffness, and tension. Whether you tantly you’ll learn the rules of good Spring 2: 5/18-6/17 $60 are just starting out, experience golf and golf etiquette, two important Summer 1: 6/29-8/5 $72 difficulty with mobility from injury, parts of golf enjoyment. Weekly ball Summer 2: 8/10-8/19 & have a physical disability or chronic fees included. Please no jeans or t- 8/31-9/23 $72 illness this class will benefit you. shirts. Must have own clubs. Community Ctr. Activity Rm Chris Robichaud Purpoodock Golf Pros Tues. & Thurs., 6/22-7/29 Wednesdays, 4/28-5/19 SUMMER BODY DYNAMICS [ 3:30-4:30 PM Morning Session: 9:00-10:00 AM Increase energy, flexibility, and Richards Community Pool $61 PM Session: 5:30-6:30 PM endurance in this fun and chal- Purpoodock Club $105/session lenging aerobic experience for men AFTERNOON ZUMBA [ and women. Class format includes Get in the Zumba craze and lose GOLF THE NEXT STEP stretching, strengthening, aerobics, weight while dancing to energetic Let’s take your game to the next level! toning and cool-down. Bring a mat Latin music in this fun and super Once you’ve got the basics and have or towel to class. dynamic fitness system. Heat up been out playing the game, it’s time Joanie Frustaci your afternoons with the hottest to learn more techniques in order Mon.,Wed.,Fri. 8:00-9:00 AM class around! If you’re a teacher to improve. In this class you’ll have Session1: 6/2-7/16 $90 and are out of school by 3 P.M., the opportunity to utilize all of the Session 2: 7/19-7/30 $30 this class works into your schedule clubs in your bag and work on all Community Ctr. Activity Rm perfectly. aspects of your game, from driving Patty Medina, ACE Certified to chipping and putting. Weekly Wednesdays, 4/28-6/2 ball fees included. Please no jeans 3:15-4:00 PM or t-shirts. M.S. Band Rm $34 Purpoodock Golf Pros Wednesdays, 6/2-6/23 Classes with asterisks may accept walk-ins on a space available basis: Morning Session: 9:00-10:00 AM [ (one) = $8 per class or $6 per class for those 62+ PM Session: 5:30-6:30 PM Purpoodock Club $105/session [ [[(two) = $10 per class or $8 per class for those 62+ [[[(three) = $12 per class or $10 per class for those 62+ 2 Beyond Camp... Adult Programs BEGINNING HATHA YOGA *** The practice of yoga reduces stress, LIFEGUARD TRAINING Successful comple- W.O.W. & M.A.S. Experience all the benefits that improves overall fitness, increases tion of this course strength training has to offer! flexibility, builds self confidence certifies you as Increase muscle strength, endurance and body awareness and nurtures a non-surf life- and bone density by using free the spirit. Class will include basic guard. Also in- weights, exercise machines, and introduction to hatha yoga including cluded is First barbells. Core stability through yoga postures, structural alignment, Aid, CPR for Pro- functional training and balance are breathing, and meditation. fessional Res- incorporated into your workouts, too. Sharon Wilke cuer, and AED Workouts are designed to meet your Wednesdays certification. ability, so exercises can be modified Spring: You must suc- for delicate backs, shoulders, knees, 4/28-6/16, 8:45-10:00 AM $88 cessfully swim etc. First time participants should Summer: 500 yards, retrieve contact Susan either by email at 6/23-8/18, 9:00-10:15 AM $99 a brick from 9 feet as a prerequisite. firstname.lastname@example.org or by Community Ctr. Community Rm Donna Weatherbie, LGI phone at 939-2255 to set up an Friday, 6/18 3:00-9:00 PM orientation for their workout. VINYASA FLOW YOGA *** Geared for the more energetic Saturday, 6/19 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Sunday, 6/20 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Susan Janosik, AFFA certified & Licensed PT Asst. Monday, 6/21 9:00 AM-2:00 PM C.E. Fitness Center yoga enthusiast, vinyasa is a Richards Community Pool $180 Tuesdays & Thursdays brisk paced series of yoga poses W.O.W. (Women On Weights): utilizing the breath to generate heat, maintain focus and increase SWIM STROKE TECHNIQUES 6:20-7:15 PM Want to improve your swim times, M.A.S. (Men Add Strength): endurance. Previous yoga experience and feel more relaxed in the pool? Spring 8-9 PM, Summer 7:15-8:15 PM recommended. Sharon Wilke 7:00-8:30 PM You will improve your stroke CO-ED: Spring Only 7:00-8:00 PM Spring: 4/28-6/16 $88 technique in this eight session Dates for each above Option Summer: 6/23-8/18 $99 clinic. The efficiency of your stroke Spring 2: 5/18-6/17 $60 Community Ctr. Activity Rm is the key to success; learn to swim Summer 1: 6/29-8/5 $72 smarter, not harder. Summer 2: 8/10-8/19 & ALL LEVEL YOGA *** Continuing to build on the Donald Richards Mon., Wed., Fri., 8/30-9/17 8/31-9/23 $72 5:45-7:00 AM Morning W.O.W. fundamentals of postural alignment, Wednesdays & Fridays Richards Community Pool $50 this all level class is appropriate 9:00-10:00 AM for those new to yoga, as well as the experienced students. Focus will be on basic fundamentals, EARLY MORNING YOGA *** Start your weekend with Vinyasa Spring 1: 4/7-5/21 Spring 2: 5/26-6/18 & $72 6/30-7/9 $72 increasing flexibility, broadening Yoga to stretch, tone and balance Summer 2: 7/14-8/20 $72 yogic knowledge and increasing your body and mind. All levels wel- Fall 1: 9/8-10/15 $72 body awareness. Deepening into come. Core workout included. poses will broaden the scope for each (no class 4/17, 5/29, 7/3) participant. Sharon Wilke Sharon Wilke Saturdays, 7:30-8:30 AM CORE FITBALL AND ZUMBA * Fitball and Zumba equals a great Wednesdays 5:30-6:45 PM Session 1: 4/3-6/12 $99 work-out combo! Burn calories, get Spring: 4/28-6/16 $88 Session 2: 6/19-8/21 $99 fit and workout to hot Latin tunes Summer: 6/23-8/18 $99 Community Ctr. Activity Rm while streamlining your waist and Community Ctr. Activity Rm core. Tone your abs, thighs and legs DUPLICATE BRIDGE DROP-IN with the fitball without adding bulk. Games are geared toward all level of Bring a Fitball to class. SAT PREP - C1025 players who prefer a less competitive, Patty Medina, ACE Certified please see page 20 relaxed environment. Bring a lunch Saturdays, 4/24-5/29 for a brief break during the games. 9:00-10:00 AM Wednesdays, 10:30 AM-2:30 PM Community Ctr. Activity Rm $32 C.C. Activity Rm $5/day Fridays, 10:00 AM-2:00 PM C.C. Living Rm $5/day 3 Beyond Camp... Adult Programs WATER WORKS * Come join us for one of the best GROUP TOUR TO ENGLAND, THE DIVA’S FITNESS HOUR * overall body exercise programs! SCOTLAND & WALES What does it take to get super fit? Work all the major muscle groups, Feel the vibrant energy of England, Two words: Zumba and Fitball. In especially hard-to-get hips, thighs hear the unique sounds of Scotland this work-out combo, burn calories and stomach areas. We start in the and see the rolling countryside of while dancing to hot Latin tunes and shallow end, progress to the deep Wales on a trip that combines the finish up streamlining your waist end and finish with arm exercises exploration of dramatic history and and core. The fitball tones your abs, and stretching. You’ll be amazed natural wonders. An informational thighs and legs without adding bulk. how you can get your heart rate slide show will be held on Monday, It will give you that muscle tension up, increase your flexibility and be April 5th at the Community Center. release your body craves after a energized for the day! Call 799-2868 to reserve a seat. work-out, while aligning and balanc- Sheanna White & Susan Poulin Monday, 4/5 6:00 PM ing your entire body. Join us for a Mon., Wed., Fri. Community Ctr. Meeting Room fun and relaxing hour that sizzles Richards Community Pool with “Diva” success. Bring a Fitball Spring 2: FITNESS HOOPING +* to class. Patty Medina, ACE, Fitball & 5/3-5/21, 8:00-8:55 AM $45 Something new! Hardcore Fitness Summer 1: Zumba Certified Hooping done to music is a fun 6/2-6/18, 8:00-8:55 AM $40 Mondays, 6/7-6/28 way to get your body moving, burn Summer 2: 5:30-6:30 PM calories, strengthen core muscles/ 6/21-7/9, 8:15-9:10 AM $40 Community Ctr. Activity Rm $24 cardio vascular system, and im- Summer 3: prove flexibility/balance. Specially 7/12-7/30, 8:15-9:10 AM $40 crafted Hardcore Fitness Hoops will WILDERNESS FIRST AID Summer 4: be available. The hoops are bigger The Wilderness First Aid course is a 8/18-9/3, 8:15-9:10 AM $40 and weighted and are designed to 2 year certification through S.O.L.O. help make even the most “hoop shy” (Stonehearts Open Learning Op- C.E. PAINTING GROUP person successful in their quest for portunity) that prepares people to LIVE & LEARN! Enjoy 3 hours with better health while learning skills prevent and/or handle traumatic, fellow painters, who help each other. and dance. environmental, and medical emer- Paint in the media of your choice. Tracy Tingley, Hardcore Hoops gencies that take place more than Tuesdays, 9:00 AM-12 Noon Mondays, 6:00-7:00 PM 1 hour from definitive medical care. Community Center Living Room Session 2: 4/5-5/17 It is a fun, exciting, 2-day course $3/day P.C. Gym $32 geared largely toward getting people excited about going into the woods, *** knowing what to bring, and how CO-ED SPINNING/CYCLING I REMEMBER CAPE ELIZABETH to stay safe. We focus on hands- Gear up and get ready to ride! Pre- Senior Stories, Extraordinary on learning, and spend as much pare yourself for a fun, ultimate Memories time as possible performing mock calorie and fat burning class, while Let’s continue sharing stories about rescue scenarios. CPR certification reaching optimal fitness level. Moti- life in Cape Elizabeth. Whether it will be offered as part of the course. vational coaching led by an experi- be about growing up during WWII, Please bring a lunch each day. enced instructor that will teach you farming, fishing, riding the trolley Jonathan Clancy, Wilderness EMT cycling hills, sprints, flats, all set from Portland, school experiences, Sat., 4/24 8:30 AM-6:00 PM & to inspirational music. If you are a Ft. Williams, or anything else, all sto- Sun., 4/25 8:30 AM-4:30 PM new participant arrive ten minutes ries are of interest. All participants Ft. Williams Picnic Shelter $195 early for bike set up. For those of will have the opportunity to record you who would like to join in on the their memories and make memory fun and get geared up and in shape now is the time. postcards to help preserve history. Pre-registration required and please BEGINNER BALLROOM DANCE Learn the basics and beyond on ** Susan Janosik confirm the dates with Community how to waltz, rumba, cha-cha and Tu. & Th., 6:00-6:45 AM Services Staff before first session. merengue. This class will help you Spring 3: 5/18-6/17 $90 Jan Reale-Hatem, C.E. Historical and your partner look great on the Summer 1: 6/29-8/5 $108 Preservation Society dance floor. Summer 2: 8/10-8/19 & Tuesdays, 3/30 & 4/13 Patty Medina, ACE Certified 8/31-9/23 $108 10:00-11:00 AM Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 PM Community Center Lower Level Community Ctr. Meeting Rm Spring 2: 5/4-6/8 no fee, registration required Community Ctr. Activity Rm $99/couple (couples only please) 4 Beyond Camp... Adult Programs OPEN POOL FOR KAYAKERS BALLROOM DANCING FIT TO LIVE * + Here is an opportunity to get a kayak into the warm water and prepare FOR SINGLES + ** No partner needed for this class just Attention Adults age 60+. Get in shape and stay in shape. Come join for the upcoming paddling season the desire to learn the basic steps Patty Medina, former USM Lifeline by practicing your strokes, rescues of waltz, foxtrot, cha-cha, salsa and instructor of more than 20+ years, and/or rolling. Practice on your merengue. This introductory class as she offers an exciting new well- own or receive tips from Seaspray is perfect for the single men and ness and health program, tailored to Kayaking Instructors. Indicate at women that want to feel comfortable adults who are 60+ and who realize registration whether or not you will on the dance floor. the need to be in shape as part of bring your own kayak or if you’ll Patty Medina, ACE Certified an overall wellness lifestyle. This need to borrow one. Tues., 6/15-6/29 6:30-7:30 PM program will offer activities such as Seaspray Kayaking C.C. Activity Rm $50/pp standing and chair aerobics, walk- Sunday, 5/2 11:00 AM-1:00 PM ing, and other group exercises. Fit Richards Community Pool $35 to Live is for improving balance, flex- INTERMEDIATE BALLROOM ibility, strength as well as providing INDOOR KAYAKING DANCE *** Let’s take it to the next level! If you’re a valuable social network. Your mind and body will thank you. Drop-ins INSTRUCTION already comfortable with basic steps welcome $5/per class. No senior Please bring your bathing suit, towel, in waltz, rumba, foxtrot and cha- discounts. swim cap (if your hair is collar length cha this program will be right for Patty Medina, ACE Certified or longer), and glasses strap if you you. You’ll strengthen your lead and Tues., 5/4-6/1 10:30-11:15 AM wear glasses. Please indicate for each following and techniques. (couples Community Ctr. Activity Rm $23 of these classes if you are bringing only please) your own kayak. Patty Medina, ACE Certified SUMMER VEGETABLE Tuesdays, 7:30-8:30 P.M. Seaspray Kayaking Spring 2: 5/4-6/8 $99/couple FERMENTING + Richards Pool & H.S. Rm 102 Fermenting is the perfect alternative Summer: 6/15-6/29 $50/couple Kayak Rescues to hot water canning in summer. Community Ctr. Activity Rm Increase your confidence as you Learn how to incorporate the art of ** prepare for the coming kayaking small batch fermenting into your season. You’ll learn a variety of self MONDAY SWIM WORKOUT kitchen and enjoy the many health and assisted rescues including an Techniques for Triathletes, change benefits that come with this ancient introduction to an Eskimo roll. of pace for runners, fun but also a and simple method of preservation. Sunday, 5/2 good cardio workout. We will give We’ll use Cape Elizabeth grown 8:30-10:30 AM $60 you a chance to get serious about cucumbers, and whatever else your swimming. For more details happens to be in season, to create Kayak Rolling or questions email Sarah at me.fit@ a variety of brine-based ferments Instructors from Seaspray Kayaking me.com (pickles, dilly beans, beets, etc.). will guide you through a step-by-step Sarah MacColl, IDEA Elite Personal This session will also include an process at learning the Eskimo roll Trainer overview of the history and health in the pool which is a perfect envi- Mondays, 5:30-6:30 PM benefits of lacto-fermented foods, a ronment to learn. Beginning with Spring Session: demonstration on gathering starter exercises and skills on dry land and 4/12-6/14 $64 cultures, and lots of tasty samples! then in the water, participants will Summer Session: Bring your favorite knife and cut- gain confidence in kayak and body 6/21-7/26 $40 ting board so you can design your control. Snorkel mask and nose Richards Community Pool own quart jar of custom pickles to plugs are optional. take home (jars and ingredients Sunday, 5/16 DRIVER EDUCATION- provided). 10:00 AM-12:45 PM $60 THE RIGHT CHOICE Alison LePage please see page 20 Tuesday, 7/20 6:00-8:00 PM C.C. Community Rm $23 ADULT PROGRAM REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED BEGINNING 4/7 for Cape Elizabeth Residents & 4/14 for Non-Residents Registration form is on page 7 5 Beyond Camp... Adult Programs SOUTH-EAST ASIAN COOKING + “RUN FORREST RUN”! + INSECTS & WEEDS as MESSENGERS This is the first, in a series of four, Are you feeling down in the Gump? What Nature is Telling Us authentic cooking courses which will Have you been looking for something Are grub problems gnawing at use exotic ingredients and culinary new to do? This class will help keep you? Do dandelions raise your techniques that feature dishes from you on track. Join us for a running dander? Join lawn care expert, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and class where we will work on endur- Pete Bottomley, for a discussion Indonesia. Jo (Lai Jan), a native of ance and increasing your mileage. about sustainable lawn care from Singapore and C.E. resident, will Even if it has been a long time since a biological view. Learn nature’s share traditional recipes and dem- you ran, or have never run before, system of elaborate checks and onstrate cooking techniques which this class is a great way to get/stay balances, which play an important can be prepared easily at home to motivated. It is time to meet your role in managing a sustainable and make meals which are typically only running goals. We will run various chemical-free lawn. He’ll also explain available in Chinatown restaurants. loops throughout Cape Elizabeth. how many common pests are simply Jo will also explain how and where Ashlea Loring sending a message about the local to buy exotic and fresh Asian in- Mon. & Wed. 6:00-7:00 PM conditions and what we can do to gredients used in the recipes in Session 1: 5/3-6/9 send the messenger packing. and around the area, at reasonable Session 2: 6/14-7/21 Pete Bottomley, Casco Bay Safe Lawns prices. She will prepare a classic dish Session 3: 7/26-9/1 Wednesday, 4/28 7:00-9:00 PM from Malaysia, Beef Rendang with 1st class of each session meets at Community Ctr. Living Rm $15 Nasi Kuning. Beef is slow-cooked to the high school track $77/session fork tenderness with a sweet and SELF DEFENSE FOR TEENS & + spicy curry sauce. Also learn how MAINE ADVENTURE BOOT CAMP their PARENTS (gr. 7 thru Adults) to make the traditional condiments FOR WOMEN This class is for young teens and and rice which accompany the ren- Want to jump start your life? Lose their parents. In today’s world it has dang curry. weight? Be in the best shape you become more and more important Jo Stewart can be? Adventure Boot Camp to know how to be prepared and Tuesday, 5/4 6:30-8:30 PM wants you! Whether you’re look- avoid unsafe situations. In this C.C. Community Rm $23 ing for a way to make exercise self-defense class techniques from fun or craving something new for the martial arts disciplines of Muay BACK TO BASICS: PLANT A exercise, this program will provide Thai, Jui-Jitsu, Boxing, and Judo VEGETABLE GARDEN + you with a body changing experi- will be taught. Students will learn Have you been thinking about plant- ence and leave you wanting more. various throws, holds, and strikes. ing a vegetable garden this year, but All 4-week camps include pre and The objective of this class will be to have limited space or limited sun? post camp evaluations, nutritional make students and their parents A raised bed or container garden counseling, constantly changing more comfortable in a situation might be the answer. It’s portable, exercises, group support and tons where they need to defend them- small, and easily placed in the ap- of motivation. All shapes and sizes selves from physical harm. propriate spot without complexity. are welcome. More information at Nathan Weatherbie has trained Maybe you have the space, but www.mainebootcamp.com or email under Jon Pinette an international have never gown a vegetable garden email@example.com. Regis- boxing champion, and has many and would like to learn more about trations taken on-line at the above hours of experience competing in one for your property? Join in this web site or in person at Community each of those style. discussion and bring questions as Services. Mon., 5/24-6/14 6:45-7:45 PM well as input. Vegetable gardening Casey Ericson, D.C. Nathan Weatherbie is a great pastime for the beginner Mon.-Fri., 5:30-6:30 AM Community Ctr. Activity Rm or well seasoned gardener. Meet at C.E.H.S. Outdoor Track $28 per person/$50 Parent & Child Karen Henderson, Mgr. of Ram Spring 4: 4/26-5/21 Island Landscape & Design Spring 5: 5/31-6/25 Wednesday, 4/28 6:30-8:00 PM Summer 1: 7/5-7/30 Community Ctr. Meeting Rm $15 Summer 2: 8/2-8/27 3days/week $209 4days/week $259 5days/week $299 6 Beyond Camp... Adult Programs SUNSET / FULL MOON PADDLE + BEGINNING INTERNET & E-MAIL Join us at Kettle Cove as Maine Guides from Seaspray Kayaking Whether you have limited or no experience on the computer, join this ADULT "BEYOND CAMP" lead us over to Richmond Island under the setting sun and rising full class to learn how to surf the web, improve your searches, ensure you PROGRAM moon. It will be an amazing expe- are secure when accessing websites. Registration Procedures rience! Please indicate preference After a basic review of using the Adult program registrations for a single or a double kayak when mouse, browsing the internet, each accepted beginning 4/7 for Cape registering OR whether you will bring student will have an opportunity to Elizabeth residents & 4/14 for your own kayak. A snack and drink work with e-mail, create and send Non-Residents. will be provided. No experience is attachments, as well as open and Adult registration form is on this necessary. save files on the computer. page. Extra forms are available in Seaspray Kayaking Becky Test the Community Services Office. Saturday, 6/26 6:30-9:30 PM Thursdays, 4/29-5/20 Residents of other Communities Meet at Kettle Cove Beach area 6:30-8:30 PM must add $5 to each registration $35 per person H.S. PC Lab (2nd floor) $57 fee. (save $10 by bringing own kayak) * All regular Community Services BOOT & SUIT CAMP policies for fees & discounts, Richards Community Pool Strengthen your core and shoul- refunds & credits, registration & Fitness Center ders, improve your swim technique and cancellation apply during the and get some interval training with summer, as well. Summer schedules, splash party deep water running and swimming. options, entry fees, membership Half freestyle, half fly/back/breast. For more information contact the options, and rental fees are For a more detailed description and Community Services Office at available at the Pool & Fitness questions, visit fittripsofmaine.com 799-2868. Facilities, the Community Services or email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org Office or on-line by linking to Sarah MacColl, IDEA Elite Personal Community Services from Trainer www.capeelizabeth.com Richards Community Pool Pool: 799-3184 / Fitness: 767-0190 Tues. & Thurs., 8:00-9:00 AM Session 4: 4/13-5/27 $96 CAPE ELIZABETH COMMUNITY SERVICES ADULT REGISTRATION FORM Please PRINT Last Name__________________________________________________________ First_____________________________________________________ Address_________________________________________________________ Town_________________________________ Zip Code_______________ Phone:(Home)______________________________ (Work)_________________________________ (Cell)_______________________________________ Email:_______________________________________________________________ Do you qualify for a 20% Sr. Citizen (62+) discount? Course Name Session Listed Fee Non-Resident or Enclosed Fee $ Discounted Rate 1. 2. 3. PLEASE WRITE A SEPARATE CHECK FOR EACH COURSE IF REGISTERING VIA THE MAIL! Make checks or money order (Do not mail cash) payable to: Community Services or C.E.C.S. Upon receipt of registration and payment, you are enrolled. No confirmation will be sent. Bring or Mail to: Community Services, 343 Ocean House Road, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 I understand the risks associated with participation in the above listed activity(ies). I hereby agree to release, discharge, indemnify and hold the Town of Cape Elizabeth and their agents and employees harmless from any liability claims, demand costs or damages arising out of said program activities which I might sustain during my participation. I certify that there are no limits to participation except as stated in writing below. I have read this document carefully, and sign it voluntarily with full knowledge of its significance. Participant Signature:_______________________________________________ Date:______________________ 7 Kindergarten Prep Camp Lo n g e r D ay June 22nd thru July 29th 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM This popular Summer program provides a variety of fun and learning experiences which help to prepare stu- dents for their entry into Kindergarten in the Fall. Activities will include story time, show & tell, games, arts & crafts, creative movement, gym games, outdoor play, musical games, and more! Again this year, a school bus orientation and safety program will be included in the K-Prep camp. Camp location is in the Community Center. Kindergarten Prep Camp child must be 5 by October 15, 2010 AND enrolled in Kindergarten for the Fall 2010 Bussing Home: $ 9:00a-1:00p Camp Option Tu, W, Th $54 Those who indicate "bussing" on their Bussi n $ 7:15a-8:45a Extended Camp Option Tu, W, Th $16 registration form, g will be transported H o me $ 12:15-12:45p Swim Lesson Option Tu, W, Th, F* $24 home via a Cape Ava i l a b le Extended Camp Mornings: Grades K-6 may take advantage of a longer Elizabeth School ing Bus after camp o r n ded M en day from 7:15-8:45 AM in the High School Cafe & Gym Lobby. Our camp Ex t a re each day. All other staff will be responsible for getting your kindergartener to their camp at n the Community Center. Parents/guardians will sign their child(ren) in so campers must be C picked up by their Le s io n with the Extended Camp staff upon arriving at camp. parent/guardian. n Opt im t io *Swim Lessons: Duckling & Dolphin swim lessons for all levels are run Sw e Parents/guardians Op bl i la are responsible for Tuesdays through Fridays. Our camp staff will be responsible for getting getting their child a your child to their lessons Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays. Friday's lesson to camp. Av will be the responsibility of the parents. Please indicate the number of belt bubbles your child requires during his/her lesson. Look for Swim Lesson opportunities on page 15. Registration for Kindergarten Prep Camp Please include with your completed registration form, your first week's payment in full, and at least a $20 non- refundable/non-transferable deposit for each subsequent week for which you plan to enroll your child. You will receive registration confirmation and necessary permission/emergency information forms at registration. Cape Elizabeth Residents may register beginning April 12th in-person (during office hours) or through the mail to the Community Services Office. Residents of other communities may register as of Wednesday, May 12th. Community Services 2010 Kindergarten Prep Camp Registration Form Child's Last Name First Name Home Phone # Age D.O.B. Street Town State Zip Code Parent/Guardian Name (print) Work Phone # Cell Phone # Additional Child Information & Emergency forms will need to be completed and returned Parent/Guardian E-mail once the child is registered. Place a check mark in each box option for which you are registering for office use Week's Dates -----> WK 1: 6/22 - 6/24 WK 2: 6/29 - 7/1 WK 3: 7/6 - 7/8 WK 4: 7/13 - 7/15 WK 5: 7/20 - 7/22 WK 6: 7/27 - 7/29 K-Prep Camp ❑ Tu/W/Th ❑ Tu/W/Th ❑ Tu/W/Th ❑ Tu/W/Th ❑ Tu/W/Th ❑ Tu/W/Th 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Kindergarten Fall 2010) $54 $54 $54 $54 $54 $54 $_____ cash / √ Extended Camp ❑ Tu/W/Th $16 ❑ Tu/W/Th $16 ❑ Tu/W/Th $16 ❑ Tu/W/Th $16 ❑ Tu/W/Th $16 ❑ Tu/W/Th $16 7:15-8:45 AM Bussing HOME m YES m NO m YES m NO m YES m NO m YES m NO m YES m NO m YES m NO Total Enclosed @ 1:00 PM Swim Lessons ❑ Ducklings $24 ❑ Ducklings $24 ❑ Ducklings $24 ❑ Ducklings $24 ❑ Ducklings $24 ❑ Ducklings $24 12:15 - 12:45 PM # of bubbles:______ ❑ Dolphins $24 ❑ Dolphins $24 ❑ Dolphins $24 ❑ Dolphins $24 ❑ Dolphins $24 ❑ Dolphins $24 Amount Enclosed for each week $________ $________ $________ $________ $________ $________ for office use 8 DAY CAMP... Grade Six added ig h S c h o o l GRADES 1-6 June 22 thru July 30 to t h e H D ay C a mp O ur Day Camp is geared to the interests of children entering grades 1 thru 6 and is divided into three appropriate grade divisions. The goal of our camp is to provide safe fun for all of our campers. Residents of Cape Elizabeth will be provided assistance, when necessary, due to their disability related needs. Our counselors are educators, recreators, parents, or col- lege students who have experience working with children. Counselors are assisted by high school students. A Typical Day (9:00 AM-2:30 PM) Registration Opportunities 9:00 AM Gather with assigned counselors for attendance In person registration is necessary. The intention of the & announcements on the amphitheater hill by the track registration process is that everyone will register his/her at the High School. own child(ren). However, to accommodate those who are 9:10 AM-12:05 PM Attend Activities for which you pre-reg- unavailable on May 3rd, you may register no more than your istered (see page 10) children & the children from one other family (with prior 12:10-12:40 PM Gather again with assigned counselors for written permission). attendance and lunch on the High School playground Once Day Camp begins, NO registrations will be accepted 12:45-2:15 PM Free Choice Activities announced daily & chosen that day by the child (often an active choice &/ on Mondays until after 12:45 PM! or a passive choice) OR Open Swim Residents of Cape Elizabeth 2:15-2:30 PM Gather for camp closure on amphitheater hill for announcements and systematic dismissal FIRST CHANCE TO REGISTER: Monday, May 3rd During N EW Lottery Drawn Time Slots ONLY in the Community end Center. Specific registration times & procedures @ 2:3 tim e 0 PM Arrival / Departure explained below. Day Camp Option (9:00 AM-2:30 PM): Drop-off and pick-up is SECOND CHANCE TO REGISTER: Those who do not go at the parking lot loop at the front of the High School. through the Lottery Process at the May 3rd evening Campers should arrive no earlier than 8:45 AM. Any registration may register in person in the Community child arriving after 9:00 AM or picked up prior to 2:30 Services Office beginning Wednesday, May 5th. PM, must go thru the camp desk located in the H.S. Cafe Please refer to office hours listed inside the front cover. for sign-in &/or sign-out. No registrations will be accepted June 17th-21st, in preparation to opening camp. Extended Care Options (7:15 AM-5:30 PM): Parent drop-off and pick-up is in the High School Cafe & Gym Lobby Residents of Other Communities may register beginning with access through door #14. The fee for this option not Wednesday, May 12th. only includes Extended Care but the Day Camp as well. Late fees are assessed at 50¢/minute for pickups after Lottery Time Slot Drawing 5:40 PM. Cape Elizabeth residents may "make a deal with us" to de- termine registration time-slots at the Community Services Discounts, Scholarships & Reduced Tuitions for Office any time during office hours from April 12th - April Cape Elizabeth Residents 30th. Only one ticket per family may be drawn. Time-slots are from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. Prior to drawing your lottery The third child from the same family may attend the program time slot, you will be required to disclose the names for 50% off the tuition; the 4th child for 25% off the tuition. of ALL the children you are registering along with a Applications for scholarship and reduced tuitions are avail- note of permission from their parents if the child is not able, for Cape Elizabeth families that meet income guidelines, yours. Registration forms are available in the Community in the Community Services Office upon request. Services Office. Withdrawal from Camp Lottery Ticket Rules: If your child will not be attending camp a week for which Only one ticket per family may be drawn you pre-registered, please let us know by the Wednesday of the prior week so your spot may be given to someone else. If Names of ALL the children being registered must be presented BEFORE picking the time-slot you do not withdraw by Wednesday before, you will be held responsible for full payment. Lottery tickets must be presented at the door before entering the registration area Weekly Tuition Fees We have one charge for Day Camp that encompasses all the features of the program into one weekly fee. Everything is included with the exception of the optional specialty activities or field trips. Residents of other communities, please add $10 per week to the below listed fees. If your child is interested in less than a full day program, s/he may register for one or two activities only. One and Two Period Activity ONLY fees do not apply to swim lessons. Day Camp Day Camp + Day Camp + Day Camp + Activity Only Regular Day AM Ext. Care PM Ext. Care AM & PM Ext. Care 1 period / 2 periods Weeks 1 & 3 (4 day weeks): $100 $124 $145 $166 $23 / $42 Weeks 2, 4, 5, 6: $124 $155 $182 $208 $28 Week 7 Extended Day Care Only: na $146 $172 $197 na (NO Day Camp Swim Lessons Only -- for "Out of Camp Swim Lessons see page 14) 9 DAY CAMP... GRADES 1-6 June 22 thru July 30 Registration Preparation Afternoon Specialty Activities Pre-Registration Guides: Please pick-up your Camp These activities are described in detail in the Pre-Registration Registration form & Pre-Registration Guide in the Community Guides. Make sure to pickup your copy in the Community Services Office prior to filling out your registration forms. Services Office before completing your registration. This document will answer all of the frequently asked regis- Week 1: June 22-25 tration questions, along with brief activity descriptions, bus Modeling Clay & Stamping Fun 2:30-3:30 PM schedules, and step-by-step registration procedures. Teen Karate 2:30-4:00 PM Activity Selections: The Day Camp, as well as all Week 2: June 28-July 2 activities, have limited enrollments, so please have alternate Dance Camp 2:30-3:30 PM choices available prior to registering! Please use PENCIL Week 3: July 6-9 when completing the activity selections (see grid below) on Mad Science 2:30-5:00 PM your registration form. Beads & Jewelry 2:30-3:30 PM Payment Options: It is our preference for all tuition Karate Kids 2:30-3:30 PM balances to be paid in full at the time of registration. How- Week 4: July 12-16 ever, to make camps more affordable for families, a delayed Yoga Kids 2:30-4:00 PM payment plan can be used. Your first week's fee and all Sea World Art 2:30-3:30 PM Specialty Activity fees are due in full at the time of regis- Week 5: July 19-23 tration. If you wish to guarantee space in the program for Mad Science 2:30-5:00 PM subsequent weeks, a $25 non-refundable/non-transferable Craft Mania 2:30-3:30 PM deposit for each week is also required. The remaining balance for those weeks must be paid by the Wednesday before that Yoga Teen 2:00-3:30 PM week begins in order to maintain your space. No reminders Week 6: July 26-30 are given. Should we have to bill you for amounts not paid Pottery 2:30-3:30 PM in a timely fashion, a billing fee will be assessed. Skateboarding 2:30-3:30 PM Inclusion in the Specialty Activities, requires pre-registration Day Camp registration forms may be picked up in the and pre-payment. Activity descriptions and Day Camp regis- tration cards are found in the Pre-Registration Guide which Community Services Office are available for pickup in the Community Services Office. Non-residents add $10 to fees if not enrolled in Day Camp. Day Camp Activity Selections Please choose one activity per period for the grade division your child will be entering in the Fall of 2010 and indicate your selections in the spaces provided on the registration form. Remember to use PENCIL so that changes may be made easily. Schedule changes for subsequent weeks will be allowed ONLY on Wednesdays during camp hours. Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Period 4 After Lunch 9:10-9:50 9:55-10:35 10:40-11:20 11:25-12:05 12:45-2:15 "" ☛ Swim Lessons -- periods 1 & 2 !! "" ☛ Swim Lessons -- periods 3 & 4 !! Grade 1 Crafts & Critters Indoor Sports Nature Craft Gameroom Free Choice Gymnastics Blocks & Legos Tag Games Blocks & Legos or Field Sports Gymnastics ☛ Tennis Skills ☛ Tennis Skills Open Swim ☛ Nature Craft ☛ Tennis Skills Playground & Games Field Sports Music & Movement "" ☛ Swim Lessons -- periods 1 & 2 !! "" ☛ Swim Lessons -- periods 3 & 4 !! Grades 5 & 6 Grades 2, 3, 4 Tennis ☛ Archery Gymnastics Tennis Creative Drama Track Gym Games Field Sports Free Choice Field Sports Tennis Tennis Arts & Crafts or Young Builders Lawn Games & 4-Square Dance Moves Outdoor Hikes Open Swim Needlecrafts Gymnastics Gameroom ☛ Basketball Skills ☛ Archery Computer Games Gymnastics Concoctions Playground & Games "" Cooking -- periods 1 & 2 !! Gameroom Creative Drama "" ☛ Swim Lessons -- periods 1 & 2 !! "" ☛ Swim Lessons -- periods 3 & 4 !! Gameroom Tennis Gymnastics ☛ Archery Free Choice ☛ Archery Field Sports Field Sports ☛ Basketball Skills or Gym Games Track Survivor Skills Fitness Ctr. Workouts Open Swim Creative Art ☛ Golf Skills Tennis Tennis Computer Games Tennis Sewing Dance Moves Eco Architects Computer Games Lawn Games & 4-Square Needlecrafts Creative Drama "" Cooking -- periods 3 & 4 !! ☛ During initial registration, campers are limited to a maximum of two (2) weeks of participation in the above noted ("☛") activities. 10 Youth & Teen Programs (SPRING & Summer) Registration for YOUTH & TEEN programs begins April 12th. SPRING CO-ED TENNIS SPRING JR LACROSSE FOR BOYS SPRING JR LACROSSE FOR GIRLS (Preschool-Grade 8) (Gr K-5) (Gr K-5) USTA QUICKSTART TENNIS is a Don't miss the chance to experience Don't miss the chance to experience new format designed to help kids ten the fastest land sport in Maine. the fastest land sport in Maine. and under learn and play the game Participants are required to supply Participants are required to supply of tennis. The size of the court and their own equipment. Equipment their own equipment. Equipment the equipment has been adapted for needed: stick, ball, helmet, shoul- needed: stick, ball, eye goggles, and this age group. The format allows der pads & gloves. Field shoes are mouth guard. Field shoes are rec- the students to feel comfortable even recommended. Fee includes shirt. ommended. No shirt included. (Not if they have never played before! (Not meeting 5/30) meeting 5/29) June 6th will be held Lessons will include “match- like” Ben Raymond, Head Coach, CEHS at Fort Williams. activities to enhance learning and Sundays, 5/2-6/13 Sarah Kinsella, Teacher CEMS the spirit of the game. Beginners, Grades K-2: 3:30-4:30 PM $38 Saturdays, 5/1-6/12 intermediates and advanced players Grades 3-6: 4:00-5:30 PM $55 8:45-10:15 AM will work on stroke fundamentals, Hannaford Turf & LaX Fields Hannaford Turf & Track Fields $48 strategies, and court movement while playing games and matches. Classes will be held on 5/29. Mary Gray FALL SATURDAY YOUTH SOCCER PROGRAM Saturdays, 5/1-6/5 $59 We will kick off our Saturday Youth Soccer program with clinics for all High School Tennis Courts age groups and their perspective age group coaches. Sessions will be Preschool 4 yr olds: 9:30-10:15 AM designed by Varsity Coaches Ben Raymond & Gary Newell and run by H.S. Kindergarten: 10:30-11:15 AM players. Registration for the Saturday Program will precede each clinic. Beginners (Grades 1-4): Both registration & clinics for each age group will be on the Hannaford 11:30 AM -12:15 PM Turf field behind CE High School on Saturday, September 11th: Intermediates (Grades 2-4): Kindergarten & Preschool (4&5 yr olds): 8:45-9:45 AM 12:15-1:00 PM Boys Gr 1 & 2: 9:45-10:45 AM Middle School (all levels): Girls Gr 1 & 2: 10:45-11:45 AM 1:00-1:45 PM Co-ed Gr 3-5: 11:45 AM-12:45 PM INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED KARATE CLASSES (Gr 1-4) An Intermediate and Advanced TRI TOWN SUMMER BASEBALL CAMP (Ages 8-12) Karate classes are available for This camp will allow players ages 8-12 years old the opportunity to learn those karate students who have baseball skills with morning instruction and afternoon game play led previously taken classes with Sen- by existing and former Division 1 and Division 3 college players. Must sei Sue, your child can continue to bring a Lunch each day. build Karate skills and advanced Highlights Camp Features: techniques. Karate teaches self Guest Speaker Infield/Outfield Instruction respect and respect for others, and Summer Camp Shirt Hitting Inst1ruction empower your child with impor- Instruction by Baseball Personnel Pitching/Catching Instruction tant life skills. Game Play Every Day Base Running with Sliding Senseii Sue Curran – a DKI black Instruction Game Situation & Game Play belt in Ishinryu, Shotokan, and Kyusho Jitsu Tri Town Baseball League Mon. & Wed., 4/26-5/19 Mon. – Thurs., 6/21-6/24 (rain date 6/25) 9:00-3:00 PM 3:05-4:05 PM Lions Field Baseball Complex $195 C.C. Activity Rm $72 YOUTH & TEEN PROGRAMS CAPE RESIDENT REGISTRATIONS accepted beginning 4/12 NON-RESIDENTS REGISTRATIONS accepted beginning 5/12 11 Youth & Teen Programs BABYSITTING (11 yr old & up) KARATE TEENS (5th-8th) . KIDS KAYAKING and S.U.P CAMP Learn the do’s and don’ts, special Heighten your balance, coordina- (Gr. 2nd –6th) problems, home safety and respon- tion, and mental focus in a non- What's SUP? Stand Up Paddling! sibilities of babysitting. Successful competitive environment that This year we are adding the all completion of this American Red teaches karate kicks, blocks, and new paddle boards to our kayak Cross course will provide partici- basic self-defense. instruction. Participants will spend pants with a Red Cross Babysitting Senseii Sue Curran – a DKI black the beginning of the week at Kettle Certification. belt in Ishinryu, Shotokan, and Cove kayaking and finish at Higgins Elizabeth Clifford, Red Cross Kyusho Jitsu Beach playing in the surf with paddle Certified Instructor Tues.-Fri., 6/22-6/25 boards and surf kayaks! A snack Wed., 6/16 & Thurs., 6/17 2:30-4:00 PM and drink will be provided daily and 1:30-4:30 PM Community Ctr. Activity Rm $60 all participants will receive a kayak C.C. Living Rm $68 t-shirt and certificate on the last day! Guaranteed to be the talk of SELF DEFENSE FOR TEENS & their MAD SCIENCE SUMMER CAMPS the summer! A list of what to bring (Gr. 1st-6th) is available at registration. PARENTS (Gr. 7 thru Adults) Mad Science® is on a mission to * Kayakers should be prepared for a This class is for young teens and spark the imagination and curiosity change in weather conditions. their parents. In today’s world it has of children by providing them with If a change in the schedule is made, become more and more important fun, interactive and educational pro- all participants will be notified by to know how to be prepared and grams that instill a clear understand- phone. avoid unsafe situations. In this self- ing of what science is really about Mon. – Fri., 7/26 – 7/30 defense class techniques from the and how it affects their world. Grades 2–6: 9:00–Noon martial arts disciplines of Muay Thai, Jui-Jitsu, Boxing, and Judo will be Grades 7-up: 1:00-4:00 PM taught. Students will learn various 3,2,1, BLAST OFF (ROCKETRY) (1st-6th) Mon.-Wed. Kettle Cove throws, holds, and strikes. The ob- Mad Science invites you to launch Thurs. & Fri. Higgins Beach jective of this class will be to make you knowledge of flight as you build Seaspray Kayaking $175/ person students and their parents more your very own rockets. Experiment ($230 for Gr 2-6 including Day Camp) comfortable in a situation where with different kinds of propulsion they need to defend themselves from systems as you use you new knowl- YOGA KINDERGARTEN (K) physical harm. Nathan Weatherbie edge to blast off, track and recover Children develop body awareness, has trained under Jon Pinette an different kinds of rockets. Treat your mind awareness, strength, and international boxing champion, and stomachs to some rocket snacks. flexibility in this nurturing and fun has many hours of experience com- Have a “Rockin” good time at this class. Children will practice yoga peting in each of those style. rocket camp! postures to learn healthy, deep yoga Mon., 5/24-6/14 6:45-7:45 PM Tues.-Fri., 7/6-7/9 breathing, to share in yoga games, Nathan Weatherbie 2:30-5:00 PM and to cultivate the skills of focus, Community Ctr. Activity Rm H.S. Rm 104 $96 stillness, and relaxation. $28 per person/$50 Parent & Child Ines Rogachevsky ROBOTICS (2nd-6th) Mon. – Fri., 7/12-7/16 Join us for a week of fun with robots. 1:00-2:00 PM KARATE KIDS (1st-4th) Learn about the uses of robots in Community Ctr. Activity Rm $48 Empower your children with impor- our world. Spend time playing with tant life skills as well as valuable techniques to protect themselves super-cool red-hot robots. Use your YOGA KIDS (1st- 4th) skills to build your very own work- Children develop body awareness, while building strength and aware- ing robot to take home to “live” with mind awareness, strength, and ness with this six-week course in you. Join us this summer in our flexibility in this nurturing and fun kid’s karate. These programs are Mad Science Robot World class. Children will practice yoga designed to teach self-protection Mon - Fri., 7/19-7/23 postures to learn healthy, deep yoga through confidence building karate 2:30-5:00 PM breathing, to share in yoga games, techniques. H.S. Rm 104 $120 and to cultivate the skills of focus, Senseii Sue Curran – a DKI black belt in Ishinryu, Shotokan, and Kyusho stillness, and relaxation. Jitsu Ines Rogachevsky Tues.-Fri., 7/6-7/9 Mon. – Fri., 7/12-7/16 2:30-3:30 PM 2:30-4:00 PM Community Ctr. Activity Rm $48 Community Ctr. Activity Rm $72 12 Youth & Teen Programs YOGA for TEENS (5th-8th) DANCE CAMP & PLAY (4/5 yr olds) THEATER DANCE CLASS (1st-6th) Introduce your teen to the many This summer camp introduces Find your inner star! Campers will benefits of yoga and give him/her young students to basic ballet and learn musical theater choreography skills that can be used to relieve the jazz dance steps and uses guided from shows like “Hairspray”, “High stresses in everyday life. This class story telling to allow students to School Musical” and “Grease.” will teach yoga poses, breathing, explore their own creative movement. This is great way to have fun while and relaxation in a fun and engaging Dancers will enjoy bouncing like a channeling your inner diva! Wear way. Yoga is also great for pre-season kangaroo, balancing like a flamingo, comfortable shoes and clothing. and post-season sports conditioning. and spinning like a top! Please wear Annie Erkkinen, Casco Bay Movers Join in and see what yoga is all about. comfortable clothes and bare feet. Mon. - Fri., 6/28–7/2 We guarantee you’ll love it. Use “Youth Registration Form” on 2:30-3:45 PM Ines Rogachevsky the bottom of this page. H.S. Auditorium $60 Mon.– Fri., 7/19-7/23 Annie Erkkinen, Casco Bay Movers 2:30-4:00 PM Mon.-Fri., 6/28-7/2 BALLET & JAZZ (K) Community Ctr. Activity Rm $72 4:00-4:45 PM Come join your friends and let’s H.S. Auditorium $38 dance. This fun and up beat class POTTERY KIDS (1st- 6th) introduces kindergarteners to ba- The Pick & Paint Pottery Shop comes KINDERGARTEN POTTERY (K) sic dance techniques that they will to Cape to teach pottery. You’ll com- Come join the fun world of pottery learn through dance combinations plete many different pottery pieces and create your very own master- and energetic dance games. Dancers with the colors and design of your pieces. Complete a new pottery piece should wear comfortable clothes and choice. Please dress appropriately as each day by painting, sponging, comfortable shoes. paint and other art materials will be stenciling, and stamping. Annie Erkkinen, Casco Bay Movers used. Cost includes materials. Pick & Paint Pottery Shop Staff Mon. -Fri., 6/28–7/2 Pick & Paint Pottery Shop Staff Mon. - Fri., 7/26 – 7/30 1:00–2:00 PM Mon. – Fri., 7/26 -7/30 1:00 – 2:00 PM Community Ctr. Activity Rm $48 2:30-3:30 PM Community Ctr. Meeting Rm $40 H.S. Art Rm $48 YOUTH Registration Form Child's Name:________________________________________________________ DOB:___________________Age:_______ Address:___________________________________________________Town_____________________ Grade 9/10:_______ Home #:______________________________ Special Concerns:__________________________________________________ P/G #1 or Mom:________________________________________P/G #2 or Dad:____________________________________ P/G #1 Wrk #:_________________________________________P/G #2 Wrk #:_____________________________________ P/G #1 cell ph:________________________________________P/G #2 cell ph:_____________________________________ P/G #1email:__________________________________________P/G #2 email:______________________________________ Emergency Contact Name:____________________________________________ Tel #:_______________________________ For those programs that give out t-shirts, please indicate preferred t-shirt size: YM YL AS AM AL AX Course / Activity Name Session Swim Level Amt Enclosed 1. 2. 3. Please make checks or money orders payable to: Cape Elizabeth Community Services I certify that the above named minor child is in excellent health and may participate in strenuous physical activity. I hereby give permission for the above named child to participate in the above listed programs conducted by Cape Elizabeth Community Services. I hereby agree to release, discharge, indemnify and hold the Town of Cape Elizabeth and their agents and employees harmless from any liability claims, demand costs or damages arising out of said program activities which my minor child might sustain during his/her participation. Permission is hereby granted for my child to receive emergency medical treatment, if needed, and I certify that there are no limits to my minor child's participation except as stated in writing above. I have read this document carefully, and sign it voluntarily with full knowledge of its significance. Parent/Guardian Signature:_________________________________________ Date:______________________ 13 Youth & Teen Programs DAVINCI EXPERIENCE SCIENCE/ MAD SCIENCE SCIENCE SLEUTHS FREE Promo Soccer Clinic ART SUMMER CAMPS (K-6th) run by Play Soccer on Sun., May 2 (Gr. K-6h) Leonardo DaVinci is the inspiration (3:00-5:00 PM). If you register for this Mad Science® is on a mission to for integrating science and art experi- summer's soccer camp on-line or in spark the imagination and curios- ences and exploring different themes the C.S. Office before May 2, you will ity of children by providing them in depth, so we can give your child receive a free Xara World Cup Soccer with fun, interactive and educa- a DaVinci Experience. Two full day shirt! See more information on the tional programs that instill a clear camps are being offered this summer Community Services website! understanding of what science is in Cape Elizabeth. Please indicate really about and how it affects their shirt size on registration form since world. Go inside a scientist’s lab and t-shirts are part of the camp fee. PLAY SOCCER CAMP discover the secrets you’ve always (Preschool-Grade 6) wondered about. Use your skills as Knights and Princesses Experience outstanding coaches a chemist to make your own radical Imagine a fantastic trip through from around the world! Basic age reactions with batteries, a chemical medieval Europe and the time of appropriate techniques through clock, and more. Compare finger- cathedrals in Cape Elizabeth. Build advanced skills and tactics will be prints and discover the mysteries a castle, construct a catapult, and the focus of this camp. Parent/ of DNA as you fine-tune your secret play medieval games! Adult & child experience the game agent skills. Make “brain goo” and Mon. - Fri., 8/9 - 8/13 together in the “You & Me” session. check out your bones as you travel 9:00-3:00 PM Homes are needed to host Play Soc- the organ trail and uncover the se- Community Center $230 cer coaches. Host families receive a crets of your own body. Become a camp scholarship per coach hosted. Mad Science detective and use your Sea Pirates Participants must bring their own forensic skills to solve the “great We’ll explore the history of pirates and ball and wear shin guards and ap- Cookie Caper”. ships on the sea. Construct your own propriate footwear. Registrations Mon.- Fri., 8/2 – 8/6 model pirate ship, learn to tie nauti- may be done online at www.playsoc- 9:00-3:00 PM cal knots, and find out what floats cer.com through August 1st or in the Community Center $240 or sinks off the gang plank. Learn Community Services Offiice through navigational skills and use a treasure August 15. Stop by the office to pick map for the DaVinci Scavenger Hunt up a Play Soccer flyer. in Cape Elizabeth. Mon.-Fri., 8/23-8/27 Mon- Fri., 8/16 – 8/20 YOU & ME (ages 3&4): 9:00-3:00 PM 8:45-9:30 AM $60 Community Center $230 SOCCER TOTS (ages 4&5): 10:00-11:00 AM $65 Soccer Juniors Gr. 1&2: 11:30 AM-1:00 PM $80 Fast Trackers Grades 3-6: 1:30-4:00 PM $110 Fort Williams' Fields Check out the CapeAbility Camps that Richards Community Pool & Fitness Center include the younger grades... on pages 20 & 21 Summer schedules, splash party options, entry fees, and membership options are available at the Pool & Fitness Facilities, the Community Chess Camp Services Office or on-line by linking to Community Services from Animation Creations www.capeelizabeth.com ol C ap e E li 3D Video Creations n i t y Po z a b et h s C o m mu F it n e s s Video Creations R i c h a rd -3184 767-01 C e nte r Car Racing Video Creations 799 90 14 Youth Swim Lessons (out of camp) Please note that SWIM CAPS ARE REQUIRED for all swimmers with hair chin length and longer. BARNACLES (18 months-3 year olds) DUCKLINGS/DOLPHINS (Preschool & Kindergarten) Parent and child in the water together will provide an Ducklings and Dolphins are specifically designed to introduction to swimming skills combined with play, introduce children to the aquatic environment. Water warm-up exercises, and music. A great class for safety and a variety of basic skills to stroke introduction adventuresome toddlers! Nonpermeable, rubber lined will be taught. Groups will be structured according to swim diaper required. ability rather than age. This program is appropriate for children requiring 0 to 3 floatation squares on belts. PROGRESSIVE LESSONS Please indicate child’s skill level and session code when Emphasis is on the learning of progression skills registering. beginning with water exploration and moving through primary skills, stroke development, skill proficiency and advanced skills. Session Code Class Name Day(s) of Week Time Option Dates of Session Cost S-B Barnacles Mondays 12:10-12:40 PM June 21-July 26 $35 1-DD Duckling/Dolphin Tues-Fri 12:10-12:40 PM June 22-June 25 $28 2-DD Duckling/Dolphin Tues-Fri 12:10-12:40 PM June 29-July 2 $28 3-DD Duckling/Dolphin Tues-Fri 12:10-12:40 PM July 6-9 $28 4-DD Duckling/Dolphin Tues-Fri 12:10-12:40 PM July 13-July 16 $28 5-DD Duckling/Dolphin Tues-Fri 12:10-12:40 PM July 20-July 23 $28 6-DD Duckling/Dolphin Tues-Fri 12:10-12:40 PM July 27-July 30 $28 1-DD-2 Duckling/Dolphin Tues & Thurs 8:30-9:00 AM June 22-July 1 $28 3-DD-2 Duckling/Dolphin Tues & Thurs 8:30-9:00 AM July 6-July 15 $28 5-DD-2 Duckling/Dolphin Tues & Thurs 8:30-9:00 AM July 20-July 29 $28 1-P Progressive Lessons Tues & Thurs 8:30-9:15 AM June 22-July 1 $42 3-P Progressive Lessons Tues & Thurs 8:30-9:15 AM July 6-July 15 $42 5-P Progressive Lessons Tues & Thurs 8:30-9:15 AM July 20-July 29 $42 SWIM LESSONS ONLY REGISTRATIONS -- please use the registration form on page 13 -- registration is in the Community Services Office (343 Ocean House Road, Community Center) CAPE RESIDENT SWIM LESSONS ONLY REGISTRATIONS accepted beginning 4/12 NON-RESIDENTS REGISTRATIONS accepted beginning 5/12 10 FUNTOWN "Splash Town" U.S.A. 20 Su m mer & Water Country Discount tickets are available for purchase in the Community Services Office from June 1, 2010 thru September 1, 2010 Save over 28% off the prices at the gate! FUNTOWN "Splash Town" U.S.A. combination tickets $26.00 Water Country Tickets combination tickets $28.00 All discount ticket sales are final. No exchanges or refunds. 15 Tee n TRIPS & TREKS for Grades 7, 8, & 9 WHAT is TRIPS & TREKS (TNT)? HOW will they travel? Community Services is pleased to announce this new Participants will be transported to and from the TNT program for students entering grades 7, 8, & 9 in destinations via a Cape Elizabeth School Department the Fall of 2010. Gather your friends, explore bus. Transportation to and from the Community and enjoy these awesome, age appropriate, Center is parent responsibility. locations in Maine and New Hampshire! Students may register for any individual WHAT do the TNT fees cover? trip or any combination up to all sixteen. All costs are included in the TNT fee (including admission, staffing, and transportation via a Cape Elizabeth WHO can go on TNT? school bus). You'll need only provide Students who are entering grades a daily lunch and possible spending 7, 8, & 9 in the Fall of 2010. money. WHEN will they be? HOW do I register? Tuesdays and Wednesdays from June Registration is either in person in 22 through August 11. An occasional the Community Services Office or via a trip will be scheduled on a Thursday. the mail. Please include with your When needed, rain dates, will be completed registration form, the first Thursday of the same week. trip's payment in full, and at least a $15 non-refundable/non-transferable deposit for each subsequent trip WHO will be the staff on TNT? for which you would like to reserve This program will have its own FUN a space for your child. A $10 late and experienced staff of Middle and fee will be assessed for remain- High School faculty members. Staff ing balances not paid in full by the will include, but not be limited to: Wednesday preceding the trip for which Joe Doane, Gretchen McCloy, Andy you are enrolled. Registrations will be Strout, Bruce Lind, Sarah Kinsella, taken until the trip is full. Charlie Carroll, and more! WHEN may I register? WHY did we change to TNT? Cape Elizabeth residents may begin registering as We felt that this would provide an exciting change and of April 12th. Residents of other communities may series of opportunities for middle school students. Par- register as of May 12th. ticipants in these age brackets, generally desire to be with their friends and classmates having fun. Our brainstorm- WHAT if our plans change? ing efforts concluded with the below list of trips. If your student will not be attending a trip for which you preregistered, please let us know by the Wednesday From WHERE will TNT depart? of the preceding week. Since trip status will depend Upon arrival, all campers must check-in with the trip upon the registration numbers, failure to withdraw in a leaders who will be stationed in the parking lot behind timely manner will result in you being held responsible the Community Center. The bus will not wait for those for full payment. who arrive late. Trip departure and return will be from the parking lot behind the Community Center at the HOW can I know if TNT plans change? times listed for each trek. Once you provide us with your email address(es), we will keep patrons notified of the status of trips. 16 Tee n TRIPS & TREKS , for Grades 7 8, & 9 For an explanation of this program, see page 16. Aquaboggin, 7/14 Funspot, 7/7 Teen Center www.aquabogganwaterpark.com www.funspotnh.com/ Do you know where there is a fun place to 9:30a-3:30p $32 8:00a-4:00p $62 hangout with your "buds"? The Summer Teen Center at the Community Center. Attitash Water Park, 8/ 4 Funtown/Splashtown, 6/23 Spaces will be setup to allow for pool, ping-pong, Wii games, and other fun www.attitash.com/waterslides. www.funtownsplashtownusa.com things to do while spending time with your 8:30a-4:30p $75 9:30a-3:30p $37 peers. Options include the Teen Center for any part or all of a day (same price) OR Bike & Beach on Long Island, 7/27 Kiwanis Beach @ Watchic Lake, 8/10 Teen Center followed by an Open Swim at 8:30a-4:00p $35 www.standish.org/Public_Documents/ Richards Pool.Make sure to check out our StandishME_Recreation/kiwanis_beach "rules", policies & procedures on-line. Bradbury Mountian Hike, 6/22 9:30a-3:00p $24 9:30a-2:30p bradburymountain.com Thursdays: 6/24, 7/1, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29 9:00a-3:00p $22 Monkey Trunks, 7/21 Wednesdays: 8/5 www.monkeytrunks.com Teen Center: $8 Canobie Lake Park, 8/11 8:00a-4:00p $120 Teen Center w/ Open Swim (2:30-3:30): $12 www.canobie.com 8:00a-5:00p $72 Sea Coast Water Park, 6/29 Wassamki Springs, 7/20 www.seacoastfunparks.com www.wassamkisprings.com Canoe the Saco - Day Trip, 6/30 10:00a-3:00p $33 10:00a-3:00p $18 8:00a-5:00p $62 Sebago Lake State Park, 7/6 Water Country, 7/28 Franconia Notch State Park, 7/13 9:00a-4:00p $29 www.watercountry.com www.nhstateparks.org/state-parks/ 8:00a-4:00p $52 alphabetical-order/franconia-notch- Sea Dogs Game & Rock Wall, 8/8 state-park www.portlandseadogs.com 7:30a-5:30p $55 9:30a-3:00p $40 Have a BLAST with us this summer! JUNE 2010 MONDAYS TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS FRIDAYS 6/22 Bradbury Mtn 6/23 Funtown/Splashtown 6/24 Teen Center 6/29 Sea Coast Park 6/30 Canoe the Saco JULY 2010 MONDAYS TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS FRIDAYS 7/1 Teen Center 7/6 Sebago Lake 7/7 Funspot 7/8 Teen Center 7/13 Franconia Notch 7/14 Aquaboggin 7/15 Teen Center 7/20 Wassamki Springs 7/21 Monkey Trunks 7/22 Teen Center 7/27 Long Island Biking 7/28 Water Country 7/29 Teen Center AUGUST 2010 MONDAYS TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS FRIDAYS 8/3 Attitash Water Park 8/4 Teen Center 8/5 Sea Dogs Game 8/10 Kiwanis Beach 8/11 Canobie Lake Park (nothing) 17 COMMUNITY SERVICES' 2010 CapeAbility Camps & TNT REGISTRATION FORM Last Name First Name Gr 9/2010 Age on 7/1/10 Student's DOB Street Address Town Home Phone # Email #1 Email #2 Parent/Guardian or Mothers' Name Day Phone #/ Cell phone Parent/Guardian or Father's Name Day Phone # / Cell phone For those programs that give out t-shirts, please indicate preferred t-shirt size: YM YL AS AM AL AXL TRIPS n TREKS: Place a check mark (√) in the correct option boxes for the activities you would like to enroll. All sections of the form must be completed ❑ Bradbury Mtn Hike: 6/22 $22 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Wassamki Springs: 7/20 $18 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Funtown/Splash: 6/23 $37 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Monkey Trunks: 7/21 $120 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Sea Coast Fun Park: 6/29 $33 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Long Island Bike: 7/27 $35 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Canoe the Saco: 6/30 $62 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Water Country: 7/28 $52 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Sebago Lake: 7/6 $29 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Attitash Water Park: 8/4 $75 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Funspot: 7/7 $62 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Sea Dogs & Rock Wall: 8/5 $40 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Franconia Notch: 7/13 $55 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Kiwanis Beach: 8/10 $24 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Aquaboggin: 7/14 $32 $_______ ck #_______ date____ ❑ Canobie Lake Park: 8/11 $72 $_______ ck #_______ date____ CapeAbility Camps* FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Camp Name Camp Dates MHH First Amout Paid Balance Paid Paid cash cash 1)____________________________________ ______________ cfmd ___ $_______ ck #_______ date_____ $_______ ck #_______ date_____ cash cash 2)____________________________________ ______________ cfmd ___ $_______ ck #_______ date_____ $_______ ck #_______ date_____ cash cash 3)____________________________________ ______________ cfmd ___ $_______ ck #_______ date_____ $_______ ck #_______ date_____ cash cash 4)____________________________________ ______________ cfmd ___ $_______ ck #_______ date_____ $_______ ck #_______ date_____ cash cash * An ADDITIONAL detailed Medical/Health History Form must be completed & returned for each program participant. These are available in the Community Services Office! TNT & CapeAbility Camps EMERGENCY INFORMATION & WAIVER Two neighbors/relatives who will assume care for your child if you are unavailable: / Name Phone # Name Phone # Are there any conditions or limitations that we should be aware of in order to accommodate your child's needs and ensure his/her safety? No Yes, please specify in the space below Physician's Name: Physician's Telephone #: Insurance Co. & Policy Number: WAIVER: I hereby give my permission for the aforementioned child to participate in the Cape Elizabeth Community Services 2010 Summer Programs. I hereby agree to release, discharge, indemnify and hold the Town of Cape Elizabeth, Cape Elizabeth School Department, Cape Elizabeth Community Services and their agents and employees harmless from any liability claims, demands costs or damages arising out of said program activities which my minor child might sustain during his/her participation. Permission is hereby granted for my child to receive emergency medical treatment, if needed and I authorize the attending physician to administer any necessary medical attention. Furthermore, I certify that my child is in excellent health and that there are no limits to his/her participation except as stated in writing above. I have read this document carefully and sign it voluntarily with full knowledge of its significance. Parent/Guardian Signature Parent/Guardian Name Printed Date Please return completed registration form & proper payment/deposits to: Community Services, 343 Ocean House Road, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 18 CAPEABILITY CAMPS 12 CAPEABILITY CAMPS FOR 6TH- TH GRADERS Community Services is excited to offer these enrichment opportunities which include activities in the arts, athletics and lifelong hobbies. All camps will be directed by specialists in their field that possess not only subject expertise, but also the ability to teach and motivate today's youth. Registration Procedures Early registration is encouraged as all camps have limited enrollment. Priority MATCHLESS registration for Cape Elizabeth residents begins Monday, April 12th. Registration MARVELS forms are only available at the Community Services Office. A completed registration form and at least a minimum deposit of $50 per camp (unless specified otherwise) is required. At registration, you will receive confirmation and specific details associated with each individual camp along with additional paperwork to be completed (health history, medical contacts, etc.) Please make sure you complete and return these in a timely fashion. Deposits are non-refundable upon submittal and non- transferable after 6/4. Please note the full payment deadlines listed below. Delayed Payment Plan It is our preference for all tuition balances to paid in full at the time of registration. However, to make camps more affordable for families, a delayed payment plan can be used. Deposits must be paid at the time of registration with remaining balances due no Mount Washington - AMC Lakes of the Clouds Hut, Canoeing on the Saco River, later than the below listed dates. It is YOUR Whitewater Rafting, Acadia National Park, Windjammer Sailing, Swans Island responsibility to keep track of payment dates. A $10 late fee will be assessed per July 12-22 camp for remaining balances not received Enjoy eleven days of unique beauty and adventure in Maine and New Hamp- by the "Full Payment" deadlines. shire. Explore the White Mountains of NH from Bretton Woods Ski Area Full Payment Due Dates condominium and enjoy the Attitash Water Park with water slides, an alpine Full payment is due by JUNE 1, 2010 for slide, chairlift ride, eurobungy trampoline and climbing wall. Drive to the top camps occurring June 16th- July 31st: of Mount Washington (6,288 feet) with incredible views; then spend the night at the AMC Lakes of the Clouds Hut. Plan on a snowball fight in Tuckerman's Full payment is due by JULY 1, 2010 Ravine - even in July! Paddle a leisurely five mile stretch of the Saco River. for camps occurring Aug. 1st-Sept 3rd. End our time in the White Mountains with an afternoon at Lower Falls on the If remaining balances are not paid on Kancamangus River - relax on the rocks or play in the natural waterslide. Head time, we will assume you no longer want to Millinocket and whitewater raft on the Penobscot River with incredible rapids to hold your spot in the camp; therefore, including the 12 foot Newowadnehunk Falls! Next we'll visit Acadia National we reserve the right to replace you with Park with Cadillac Mountain and the crashing waves at Thunder Hole. Check someone else. out Bar Harbor before boarding our ferry to Swans Island. Enjoy our own pri- vate cottage on Swans Island with a relaxing day on Fine Sand Beach - topped Refunds Please remember deposits off with a home cooked Down East Feast. The grand finale to our trip is an are non-refundable (unless we cancel). overnight Windjammer Sailing Adventure on Penobscot Bay aboard the J & E Deposits are transferable only until Riggin - a 90’ long two masted schooner. We have no set itinerary; the wind June 1, 2010. and the tide determine our course and destination. Spend the night on the boat Refunds on balances or balance transfers and finish your adventure the next day with time to explore the quaint village will only be issued until June 1st for camps and unique shops of Camden, Maine. occurring during June 16th- July 31st. Chuck Donnelly, Registered Maine Guide, Maine Camp Trip Leader Refunds on balances or balance transfers Girls & Boys entering grades 7 - 12 will only be issued until July 1st for camps North Conway, NH; Millinocket, Bar Harbor, Swans Island, & Camden, ME occurring during Aug. 1st-Sept 3rd. 7/12 Depart Community Center 9:00 AM When balances are able to be transferred, $1275 all food & equipment provided they are only transferable within the 2010 Summer Programs. 19 CAPEABILITY CAMPS 3D ANIMATION CREATION CAR RACING VIDEO CREATION August 16-20 August 16-20 + Using Scratch software developed by MIT, New for 2010! This course is appropriate participants ages 8-15, are guided step by for both beginners and students that have step through the basics while creating their completed the introductory program. Camp- own 3D animated story with a focus on ers age 8-15 will have a blast developing fun. Campers will select from a gallery of basic programming skills while creating animated characters called sprites. They will their very own car racing game. The course teach them to walk, run, dance, turn around begins with the selection of race cars from and respond to keyboard input. Students will out custom resource folders. Next they learn to change backgrounds, add music, play program the cars to accelerate, brake, turn catch, and other cool features. Throughout and set limits. Students then design and this course, participants will learn basic create their very own race track, complete programming skills while broadening with obstacles and barriers. Additionally, their imagination and creativity. After the attendees create opponents, program the . KAYAKING & S.U.P CAMP completion of camp, participants can install race, setup checkpoints & finish lines, and the software and story from our custom build a Graphic User Interface (GUI) to July 26-29 download site for further development or track laps. Time permitting they may even What's SUP? Stand Up Paddling! This year to simply show off. For more information add mini-maps and a car stereo. Our goal we are adding the all new paddle boards please visit: http://www.gamebuildercamp. is to challenge the campers' creativity while to our kayak instruction. Participants will com/video.htm or call 888-652-4377. sprinkling in bits of physics and geometry. spend the beginning of the week at Kettle Active Learning Services Instructors 888-652-4377. Cove kayaking and finish at Higgins Beach Girls and Boys entering grades 3-11 Active Learning Services Instructors playing in the surf with paddle boards and surf Community Center Girls and Boys grades 3-11 kayaks! A snack and drink will be provided Monday-Friday Community Center daily and all participants will receive a AM Session: 9:00-12 noon $280 Monday-Friday kayak t-shirt and certificate on the last day! PM Session: 1:00-4:00 PM $280 AM Session: 9:00-12 noon $280 Guaranteed to be the talk of the summer! Add Chess Session for Full Day: $430 PM Session: 1:00-4:00 PM $280 A list of what to bring will be available at Add Video or Car Racing Session Add Chess Session for Full Day: $430 registration. Kayakers should be prepared for Full Day: $455 Add Video 3D Animation Session for a change in weather conditions. for Full Day: $455 * If a change in the schedule is made, all participants will be notified by phone. BASS FISHING Girls and Boys entering grades 7-12 ADVENTURE DRIVER EDUCATION Monday-Friday, 7/26 – 7/30 July 29 &/or July 30 Three Different Sessions 1:00-4:00 PM Mon., Tues., Wed. at Kettle Cove Participants will be treated to a profession- Community Services joins forces with The Thurs. & Fri. at Higgins Beach ally guided 3 hour session of bass fishing Right Choice Driving School to offer 3 ses- sions of Driver Education. Students must Seaspray Kayaking $175/ person on Great Pond. With a student to instructor ratio of 2 to 1, each participant will focus be 15 years of age prior to the class starting MAINE PREP SAT'S on the “Catch and Release: style of casting date. Full payment is due at registration. and retrieval skills in a semi-private setting. Equipment needed: pencil, pen and original Encouragement and immediate feedback will birth certificate to first class. Fall Session insure a safe and successful outing. Equip- Tim O’Carroll, owner of the Right Choice Maine Prep will prepare you for the up com- ment needed: fishing gear if you have it, Girls and Boys at least 15 years old ing 2010 SAT. Students will be assigned sunscreen, water. H.S. Room 307 specific exercises from the Maine Prep TEN Scott Janosik, Owner/Founder of Western May/ June Session: FOR TEN® series. The text is the official Maine Bass Guide Service 5/17-6/3, M.-Th., 6:00-8:30 PM SAT study guide for the New SAT by the Boys and Girls entering grades 6-9 College Board. June/ July Session: Meet at end of Fenway Road leading to Jack Mahoney & Maine Prep Staff 6/21-7/9, M.-Th., 8:30-11:00 AM Great Pond Girls & Boys entering grades 9-12 No class 7/5, made up Fri., 7/9 Thursday, July 7/29 5:00-8:00 PM H.S. Room 301 July/August Session: &/or Session C1025: 7/26-8/12, M.-Th., 6:00-8:30 PM Mon. & Thurs., 9/2-10/7 Friday, July 30 8:30-11:30 AM $450/session 6:30-8:30 PM $675 $69/session or both for $120 20 CAPEABILITY CAMPS USA CHESS CAMP "BLOCK & BUMP" August 16-20 VOLLEYBALL Again this summer USA Chess is offer- Beginning Camp for GIRLS June 21, 23, 28, 30 ing a fun and entertaining chess program at the Cape Elizabeth Community Center. Students grades 5-16, from beginner to Learn the basic techniques and key rules advanced, are all welcome! USA Chess is of volleyball. Passing, setting, hitting, the largest and premier chess program or- and serving will be taught through drills "MULLIGAN" GOLF CAMP ganizer for children in the U.S. Their staff and game like situations. Instructors will is comprised of the finest children’s chess focus on developing good technique that instructors in North America. Registration July 12, 19, 26 will give young players the opportunity to options include mornings, afternoons and learn and improve in a positive, supportive all-day sessions. Participants experience Learn the basics of golf starting with the environment. Emphasis will be placed on chess instruction and play in a fun filled fundamentals of the swing and progress to small group instruction, which means lots of environment designed to improve skills shot and club selection. We'll also cover golf participation! Equipment needed:sneakers, whether interest is casual or competitive etiquette and the rules of play. The last day kneepads, & water. chess. Tuition includes trophy, chess set will include some on-course play. Each day Rob Thompson experienced player/coach and much more. Please visit: www.chess- we'll meet in the parking lot behind the Com- and official (Impact and CAP I certified) program.com for program details. munity Center and transport participants Girls entering grades 7-12 USA Chess certified Instructors to local driving ranges & courses. Driving H.S. Gym Girls and Boys entering grades 5-16 range and course fees are included. Must Mon. & Wed., 5:00-7:00 PM $69 Community Center have your own clubs. Please no jeans or Monday-Friday t-shirts. Last day will be 12-4 PM. AM Session: 9:00 AM-12 noon $250 Sue Weatherbie PM Session: 1:00-4:00 PM $250 Girls & Boys entering grades 6-8 All Day Chess: 9:00 AM-4:00 PM $400 Mondays, 7/12-7/26 12:00-3:00 PM Add Car Racing, Video, 3D Animation Meet in parking lot behind Community Session (Full Day) : $430 $105 "SANDBAGGER" ADVANTAGE IN TENNIS GOLF CAMP "ACE" VOLLEYBALL CAMP for All Levels July 28-30 Advanced Camp for GIRLS August 2-5 June 21, 23, 28, 30 Explore the finer points of golf, including "Fun"damentals will be stressed with the driving, chipping, putting, etiquette, and This camp is geared towards players that excitement of challenging competitions. rules. Develop a feel for every club in your already possess a solid understanding of Serve, volley, and ground stroke your way to bag and know how and when to use each. volleyball fundamentals or have experi- winning many tennis prizes throughout the First day will include time on the driving ence playing on an organized team. The week. Camp is designed for those who are range and working on fundamentals. Days participants will learn advanced techniques of volleyball including team defense and just beginning to the accomplished players two and three will be on the golf course as shot & club selection will be explored and team offense. Advanced passing, setting, who are looking for a competitive week of footwork, hitting, and serving skills will be tennis! A team tournament will end this week reinforced. Meet each day in the parking reinforced through drills and game like situ- of technical and tactical tennis. Equipment lot behind the Community Center . Ball and ations. Instructors will focus on techniques needed: sneakers, racket, water, sunscreen, course fees are included. Must have your designed to improve fundamental skills and hat, appropriate attire. own clubs. Please no jeans or t-shirts. provide players with specialized training in Andrew Strout, U.S.P.T.R. Instructor & Sue Weatherbie the positions of which they choose to focus. CEHS Tennis Coach Girls & Boys entering grades 6-9 Equipment needed: sneakers, kneepads, & Girls & Boys entering grades 6 - 9 Wed., 7/28 12:00-3:30 PM water. H.S. Tennis Courts Thurs., 7/29 12:00-3:30 PM Rob Thompson experienced player/coach Mon.-Thurs, 9:00 AM-12 Noon $110 Fri., 7/30 12:00-4:30 PM and official (Impact and CAP I certified) Area Driving Ranges & Golf Courses Girls entering grades 9-12 $105 H.S. Gym Mon. & Wed., 7:00-9:00 PM $69 SELF DEFENSE FOR TEENS &/or KARATE TEENS NOTE... time correction from printed see page 12 for more details brochure 21 CAPEABILITY CAMPS FULL SPEED AHEAD VIDEO CREATIONS FANTASY ROLE PLAYING SWIM CAMP August 16-20 Summer Sessions August 30-September 2 If your child, ages 8-16, loves playing com- This game is designed to get kids off the puter games then we have just the program computer, Play Station and Xbox and use Learn the basics of competitive swimming their imagination in a social, creative and and springboard diving techniques. Each for them. Imagine how much fun they will have designing and programming their very fun environment. Yes, it involves social participant will be taught detailed techniques own professional looking video games. All interaction, just like olden times!! Fantasy and drills for success in all 4 competitive strokes: butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, that’s required is some computer know-how Role Playing is part board game, strategy and freestyle. Starts and turns for each stroke and a bit of imagination because there are game and improve theatre. It provides the will be covered as well. Each participant no limits! Tuition includes all instruction, opportunity for individuals to learn to col- will work with a different coach each day software license, program T-shirt, trophy, laborate in a group. The game leader creates allowing the campers to experience different certificate with group photo and daily the setting and weaves the plot while the styles and approaches to competitive swim- snack. Our program uses state of the art kids take on roles in the story. The kids are ming. The swimmer to coach ratio will be computers & software combined with expert free to invent their own characters and must no more than 7:1. The coaching staff will be instruction. For more information please visit: http://www.gamebuilderprogram.com/ react to each other’s decisions and actions comprised of coaches with extensive com- as the story unfolds. A plot line normally petitive experience at many levels. For those video.htm or call 888-652-4377. Active Learning Services Instructors stretches out for each session. participants who would like to learn basic Girls and Boys grades 3-11 Asa Wolfinger, Landmark College Student springboard diving, coaches will be start with approach fundamentals and progress Community Center Putney, VT as far as time and safety permits. Monday-Friday Girls and Boys grades 7-9 Kerry Kertes AM Session: 9:00-12 noon $280 Mondays, Thursdays, & Fridays Girls & Boys entering grades 4-8 who PM Session: 1:00-4:00 PM $280 2:00-4:00 PM can swim at least 4 lengths freestyle Add Chess Session for Full Day: $430 Session 1: 6/28-7/2 Mon.-Thurs., 2:45-4:45 PM Add 3D Animation or Car Racing Session 2: 7/12-7/16 Richards Community Pool $105 Session for Full Day: $455 Session 3: 8/9-8/13 Community Ctr. Activity Rm $22 WHITEWATER RAFTING ADVENTURE the Kennebec River June 27-June 29 The Kennebec River flows through a wild gorge that is among the most impressive in size and beauty in New England. Rapids churn through rocky passages and each boat has a licensed and seasoned guide to negotiate drops and challenging water features. Arrive at Adventure Bound in Caratunk, on the Kennebec River and check-in to our camp- ground. Enjoy the hot tub, volleyball and swimming pool. Day two takes us to the East Outlet of Moosehead Lake. Run easy Class II and III whitewater in “duckies” or inflatable kayaks and smaller four person rafts. Spend time bodysurfing, swimming and tubing in the drops and pools beneath Ledge Falls. Relax at night around a roaring campfire, enjoying the “wilderness sauna”. Day three is action time! Beginning at Harris Dam, the river flows 12 miles through a deep rock-walled wilderness gorge. Featuring consistent high water and BIG booming waves, the Upper Gorge offers 5 miles of continuous Class IV thrills including Magic Falls. The adventure continues 7 miles to the Forks, with a riverside lunch of steak, salmon, or chicken followed by plenty of swimming, floating and a chance to use “duckies” once again. All equipment and food is supplied. Chuck Donnelly, Registered Maine Guide & Maine Trip Leader Girls & Boys entering grades 7 -11 (must be at least 12 yrs old) Kennebec River, East Outlet of Moosehead Lake, The Forks 6/27 Depart behind Community Center @ 9:00 AM $395 22 Postal Patron Local Cape Elizabeth School Department Non-Profit U.S. Postage PO Box 6267 PA I D Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 Permit No. 106 Portland, ME ECR-WSS Please recycle Lottery April 12 Draw this when done If you are not on our mailing but would like to be, contact 799-2868! ... -30 Regi for the 5/ strat 3 ion N ight! SUMMER CAMP 2 0 1 0 Photos provided by: Day Camp Counselor, Jami Murphy (back cover) 2009 Matchless Marvels Trip Leaders, Chuck Donnelly & Bev Thayer (front cover)