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cary park district 2007 summer program guide fitness arts seniors dance sports parties General Information Community Center / Administrative Offices 255 Briargate Road Cary, Illinois 60013 (847) 639-6100 FAX (847) 639-6290 TDD/TTY (847) 462-1290 www.carypark.com Building Hours Office Hours Monday-Friday: 5:30 am-10 pm Monday-Friday 8:30 am-5 pm Saturday-Sunday: 7 am-6 pm* *7 am-8 pm June 2 - September 2 Cary Park District’s Mission Providing exceptional recreation, parks and open space opportunities. Who’s Who at the Cary Park District? Board of Commissioners Administration David Williams, President Steve Cherveny, CPRP, Executive Director Bill Krueger, Vice President Christine Cannon, Administrative Assistant Phil Stanko, Commissioner David Raica, RLA, Director of Planning & Development Mike Renner, Commissioner Claire Glenn, CPA, Director of Finance & Administration Bill Harvey, Commissioner Dan Jones, CPRP, Director of Operations Katie Veto, Director of Communications & Marketing Recreation Operations Sue Mayer, CPRP, Superintendent of Recreation Finance Rocile Bedward, Registration Manager Connie Nesler, MBA, Asst. Director of Finance & Sara Kelly, CPRP, Program Manager Administration Mitch Lehman, CPRP, Facilities & Program Manager Ellen Latoria, Accountant 1 Erica Hedlund, Program Manager Dennis Krenz, APRP, Safety & Risk Manager Jayne Anderson, Senior Coordinator Jan Hyde, Human Resources/Revenue Billing Specialist Kathy Hagen, Extended Time Coordinator Park Maintenance Operations Facility Maintenance Operations Ben Rea, CPRP, Superintendent of Park Maintenance Steven Fino, Facilities Maintenance Manager Karl Rosenberg, APRP, Park Maintenance Manager Trinidad Castaneda, Facilities Maintenance Specialist Victor Ratajczak, Park Mechanic Mike Penkava, Parks Specialist * CPRP: Certified Park and Recreation Professional Patrick Noonan, Parks Specialist * APRP: Associate Park and Recreation Professional Adam Keppel, Parks Specialist * RLA: Registered Landscape Architect Jon Beard, Parks Specialist Richard Rendino, Parks Grounds Assistant Steve Nelson, Parks Grounds Assistant Important Phone Numbers Community Center/Admin. Offices .............. (847) 639-6100 Extended Time (ET) Foxford Hills Golf Club ................................. (847) 639-0400 General Information .................................... (847) 639-6100 Preschool ..................................................... (847) 639-7448 Briargate School ET ................................... (847) 639-5361 Preschool Teachers’ Access Line ................ (847) 516-4073 Deer Path School ET .................................. (847) 462-8106 August Kraus Senior Center ........................ (847) 639-8118 Maplewood School ET .............................. (847) 639-5323 Park Maintenance Garage ............................ (847) 639-8440 Prairie Hill School ET ................................. (847) 462-5801 Weather Cancellations ................................. (847) 639-6200 Three Oaks School ET ............................... (847) 639-4213 TTY .............................................................. (847) 462-1290 AM Kindergarten ET ................................. (847) 462-8106 PM Kindergarten ET .................................. (847) 516-4073 2 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 General Information Table of Contents ADA .............................................................................. 55 Adult Athletics ................................................... 46 - 49 Adult Recreation & Arts .................................. 10 - 13 Birthday Parties .......................................................... 37 CPD News ............................................................ 52 - 53 Dance ....................................................................... 13, 26 Drama ........................................................................... 27 Early Childhood ................................................. 14 - 19 Your Cary Park District is ... Extended Time ............................................................ 19 recognized as an Illinois Distinguished Park and Recreation Agency through Foxford Hills Golf Club ........................................ 4 - 5 the Illinois Association of Park Districts and the Illinois Park & Recreation Fitness Center ......................................................... 6 - 7 Association. Fitness Programs ................................................... 8 - 9 Registration Key Dates General Information ............................................. 2 - 3 Resident registration begins as soon as you receive your brochure. Golf Leagues & Lessons .............................................. 5 Resident registrations received on or before April 20 are considered “first Gymnastics ..........................................................18 & 45 batch” and will be randomized. Non-resident registrations will be processed Kindergarten Extended Time ................................. 19 beginning April 30. See pages 55-56 for detailed registration information. NISRA ............................................................................ 54 Parks Chart .................................................................. 57 Personal Training ......................................................... 7 Check Out the Newly Designed Pool ....................................................................... 38 - 39 Cary Park District Website! Preschool ........................................................................ 19 Registration Form ...................................................... 58 Check out the Cary Park District’s newly designed website, Registration Information ................................ 55 - 56 www.carypark.com. Not only will you find a brand new design with many Senior Special Interest .......................................50 - 51 interactive features, but also the latest Park District news including a Special Events & Activities ....................................... 30 calendar of events, the online brochure, contact information for the Board Sports Associations ..................................................... 59 and Staff, interactive park and trail maps, and much more. While you are Suggestion Form ........................................................ 28 there, be the first on your block to receive the latest Park District news, promotions, surveys, contests and more by signing up to receive the Cary Summer Day Camps .......................................20 - 25 Park District e-newsletter. Check it out and let us know what you think! Summer Day Camp Registration Form ............. 23 www.carypark.com Summer Day Camp Before & After Care Registration Form ......................................... 24 Gift Certificates Swim Lessons.......................................................39 - 42 Give the gift of fitness, fun, sports, recreation and adventure. Consider a gift Teens .................................................................... 42 - 44 certificate from the Cary Park District. For more information, please call (847) Youth General Interest .................................... 33 - 36 639-6100. Youth Art ............................................................ 28 - 29 Youth Athletics ................................................. 44 - 49 Rentals Individuals and groups are invited to rent rooms at the Community The Cary Park District is looking for local Center or Senior Center for meetings, family gatherings or special functions. “hidden talent” to instruct or lead various recreational Rental applications and information can be found at the Cary Park District programs. We are recruiting new instructors with Community Center or on the website, www.carypark.com. creative ideas. If you have a particular skill or are interested in leading activities, please call Sara Kelly (847) 639-6100 ext. 109. Helmet Safety Although bike helmets are essential protective gear for bike riding, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) warns that children should not Confirmation of Registrations wear bike helmets when playing, especially on playground equipment. Bike A registration confirmation will only be provided when a helmets can become stuck in openings on playground equipment, resulting registration has not been granted (i.e., wait list). In this instance, a confirmation will be issued to confirm the status in injuries. of these registrations. Children should always wear helmets while riding their bikes on Cary Park Therefore, presume you are registered for a program unless District trails. But, when a child gets off the bike, take off the helmet. There you are notified otherwise by the Park District. Questions is a “hidden hazard” of injury if a child wears a helmet while playing on can be directed to (847) 639-6100 ext. 0. playground equipment. www.carypark.com 3 Foxford Hills Golf Club Foxford Hills Golf Club 6800 S. Rawson Bridge Road, Cary, IL 60013 (847) 639-0400 www.foxfordhillsgolfclub.com 2007 Golf Rates Discount Cardholders * Rates are subject to change. Walking Riding Walking Riding Hours of Operation Foxford Hills hours vary with the season. Monday-Friday Facility hours are as follows: 9-Holes (6 am to 7:30 am and after 4 pm) $26 $33 $22 $29 January, February and March from 8 am-4 pm 18-Holes (6 am to 10:59 am) $60 $67 $50 $57 April, May, June, July and August 18-Holes (11 am to 1:59 pm) $55 $62 $45 $52 from 6 am-Dusk 18-Holes (2 pm to 3:59 pm) $45 $52 $35 $42 September and October from 7 am-6 pm Twilight (4 pm to 5:59 pm) $35 $42 $25 $32 November and December from 8 am-4 pm Seniors - 62 yrs.+ (6 am to 5 pm) $33 $40 $29 $36 The clubhouse will be closed on Sundays in Juniors - 18 yrs. and under (6 am to 5 pm) $25 $32 $19 $26 December, January and February. Saturday, Sunday & Holidays Discount Cards 18-Holes (6 am to 10:59 am) $79 $79 $65 $65 A Cary Park District resident may purchase a 18-Holes (11 am to 1:59 pm) $67 $67 $57 $57 Foxford Hills Golf Club Discount Card (DC) 18-Holes (2 pm to 3:59 pm) $49 $56 $39 $46 for $25 ($15 for ages 7-18 years). Benefits Twilight (4 pm to 5:59 pm) $37 $44 $27 $34 include discounts on greens fees, driving 9-Holes (After 4 pm) $27 $34 $24 $31 range, CDGA handicap service, lessons and tee time reservations. This is a non- transferable card that is valid for the 2007 golf Golf Shop Registration for lessons, golf season only. The Golf Shop will be open April 1- school and leagues will be October 15, daily from 6 am-7 pm accepted at the CDGA Handicap System Foxford Hills Golf Club offers golfers a and October 16-March 31, Saturday- Foxford Hills Golf Shop, handicapping service through the CDGA. A Thursday from 8 am-4 pm and Friday from (847) 639-0400 handicap may be purchased for $40/35 DC. 8 am-9 pm and facilitated at Foxford Hills Golf Club. Tee Time Reservations Restaurant/“The Den” (DC = Discount Card) Tee times may be made seven (7) days in All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry every Friday advance with a major credit card. night throughout the year from 4 pm-9 pm Community Day MasterCard, VISA, Discover or American Fun! Fun! Fun! Enjoy an afternoon of fun Express are accepted. Discount Cardholders Parties & ‘After 7’ with the family. There will be bouncy are eligible to make tee times eight (8) days in For parties and formal functions, Foxford houses for the kids as well as free hot dogs, advance. Hills offers a club atmosphere that is cotton candy, soda pop and driving range perfect for groups of up to 75 guests. Dress Code balls. Take some time to stop by to hit some Whether you select buffet style, family balls or receive a free lesson from one of the Attire must be in keeping with the standards style or a custom package our staff will golf professionals on staff. It’s all free! of the sport. Attire not permitted includes, take care of the work so you can enjoy the Make a point to come by and see what the but is not limited to, bathing suits, cutoffs day. Possible events include: Foxford Hills Golf Club has to offer. We look and sandals. Foxford Hills Golf Club is a non- rehearsal dinners, showers, breakfasts, forward to seeing you there! metal or soft spike facility. luncheons, casual dinners, business Pace of Play meetings, corporate events and golf Date & Day: April 28, Saturday Players are to maintain the pace of play outings. Time: 12:00-3:00 pm Fee: Free guidelines established by the Club. The average pace of play at Foxford Hills Golf Club is 4 hours 30 minutes. Driving Range Visit the beautiful 30 stall driving range. Range hours depend on the time of the season; generally from April to October the range is open from one hour after sunrise to a ½ hour before sunset. • Large Buckets: $11/10 DC • Medium Buckets: $8/7 DC • Small Buckets: $5/4 DC 4 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Foxford Hills Golf Club JUNIOR GOLF CLINIC Learn the fundamentals of the golf swing, chipping, putting, short irons, driving the ball, and basic golf course etiquette. Special offer includes the discount card which is a $15 value. Discount Cards are available to residents of the Cary Park District for $25 for adults and $15 for children under 18 years of age. Bronze Level – Beginner: Geared for the golfer with little or no experience. Silver Level – Advanced Beginner: For golfers who have previously participated in a junior golf program or have a good understanding of basic golf skill. LADIES ONLY GOLF CLINIC Gold Level – Advanced: For golfers who play competitively or are looking to improve their Participants will be instructed on the basics of on-course game in high school. the set up and the golf swing. Clubs will be provided to those that do not have clubs but Session I Bronze 6/11-7/9, Monday 8:00-9:00 am would like to participate. Session 2 Silver 6/11-7/9, Monday 9:15-10:15 am Session 12 4/20; 4:00-5:00 pm Session 3 Silver 6/12-7/10, Tuesday 8:00-9:00 am Session 13 5/18; 5:30-6:30 pm Session 4 Bronze 6/12-7/10, Tuesday 9:15-10:15 am Session 14 6/15; 5:30-6:30 pm Session 5 Gold 6/15-7/13, Friday 8:00-9:00 am Ages: 19 yrs. & older Ages: 7-18 yrs Fee: $90/75 DC per session Day: Fridays Fee: $40/20 DC ADULT 3-DAY GOLF ACADEMY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP Min/Max: 2/10 Instruction will cover the basics of irons, Permanent tee time holders will be allowed fairway woods, driving, putting, etiquette, THURSDAY NIGHT 9-HOLE to play during their regularly scheduled chipping, pitching, and sand play. If you MEN’S LEAGUE times; all others will need to make a tee time don’t have a set of clubs – no problem- we’ll Hey guys, enjoy 16 weeks of golf every through the golf shop between 9-10am. provide clubs for your use. Thursday night. There is an additional $25 Any ties will be settled in a playoff match Session 7 5/3–5/17; 5:30- 6:30 pm required to participate in a banquet held on the on either 8/11 or 8/12. Each player must Session 8 6/7-6/21; 5:30-6:30 pm last night of the league. have a handicap on record with the golf Session 9 7/12-7/26; 5:30-6:30 pm Ages: 19 yrs. & older shop. Registration includes golf, lunch or Ages: 19 yrs. & older Dates & Days: 5/3-8/16, Thursday dinner, and prizes. Day: Thursdays Time: 5:00 pm promptly Ages: Open Fee: $80/70 DC Fee: $33/29 DC Dates & Days: 8/4 – 8/5 Min/Max: 2/10 Min/Max: 12/40 Fee: $90 /80 DC TUESDAY MORNING 18-HOLE JUNIOR GOLF LEAGUE FRIDAY 9-HOLE MEN’S SENIOR LEAGUE This league will be monitored by staff. COUPLES GOLF LEAGUE Hey guys, enjoy 20 weeks of golf every Parents are invited to walk along with their Meet new people and play golf with other Tuesday morning. Each player will pay $75 child and assist in the supervision of their couples from the area. This 9-hole league is for game prizes which will be distributed in the child. Juniors should have their own set of for the busy couples who can play golf form of Foxford Hills Gift Certificates. clubs and will be required to walk. No make- twice a month on alternating Fridays. Ages: 19 yrs. & older ups will be allowed for schedule conflicts, Ages: 19 yrs. & older Dates: 5/1-9/14 illness, or vacations. Dates & Days: 5/4 – 8/10 Day: Tuesday Ages: 7-18 yrs. (alternating Fridays) Time: 8:30 am promptly Dates & Days: 6/18-7/16, Monday Fee: $33/29 DC Fee: $40/36 DC Fee: $150/114 DC Min/Max: 12/40 Min/Max: 16/60 FRIDAY NIGHT 9-HOLE TUESDAY MORNING 9-HOLE FAMILY GOLF LEAGUE WOMEN’S LEAGUE LITTLE TYKES GOLF SCHOOL What does F in Friday stand for? That’s Enjoy 20 weeks of golf every Tuesday morning. Hey Mom and Dad, come out and participate easy it stands for FAMILY, FOOD AND Check-in begins at 7:30 am. with your child and introduce your child to a FUN at Foxford Hills on Friday Nights. This Ages: 19 yrs. & older great game that they will be able to play for program encourages dads, moms and kids a Dates: 5/1-9/18 years to come. Children will be introduced to chance to come out and enjoy the game of Day: Tuesday the game of golf, equipment, stance, and golf every Friday night together. All Time: 8:00 am basic hitting. All preschoolers will receive a participants must have a set of clubs and Fee: $33 / $29 DC Daily Fee club, hat and glove. No make-ups will be register in the golf shop. $25 Banquet Fee allowed for schedule conflicts, illness, or Ages: Varies $15 Banquet Gift / League vacations. Dates & Days: 4/6-8/10 Coordinator Session 30 7/17-7/31; 8:00-8:45 am Time: 5:00 pm promplty $40 for 20 week Season for Session 31 8/2-8/16; 8:00-8:45 am Fee: Adults $30 / Games – Non-Refundable. Ages: 3 to 5 yrs. Children 18 and under $15 Any monies remaining due to Day: Tuesday (Session 30) rain days will be distributed Thursday (Session 31) through gifts at the final Fee: $60 banquet. ($2 per week) Min/Max: 12/80 Min/Max: 12/40 www.carypark.com 5 Fitness Center Fitness Center Hours CARY PARK DISTRICT Monday - Friday: Be Our Guest or Bring A Friend! 5:30 am - 10 pm Saturday - Sunday: 7 am - 6 pm* Name: ___________________________________________ *7 am - 8 pm between Address: _________________________________________ June 2 - September 2 Fitness Center Date: ______________ Expiration Date: 9/1/07 Rejuvenate your mind and body with exercise. Exercise helps Bearer is entitled to one complimentary visit to the Cary Park you effectively manage stress, lose weight, and improve your District Fitness Center. (CPD Summer 07) immune system functions. Exercise places more life into your day. Dedicated to health and total well-being, the Cary Park District’s Fitness Center puts you on the correct path to fitness by emphasizing cardiovascular conditioning, muscle toning/ building, flexibility and weight management. Stop in today! Featuring… SIGN UP FOR AN State-of-the-Art Cardiovascular Machines Multi-Station Strength Training Machine A NNUAL M EMBERSHIP A large selection of Free Weights and Machines AND RECEIVE A FREE GIFT . Dry Sauna Showers Lockers Towel Service (.50 rental) Childcare (see pg. 8 for info.) Annual Membership Residents Yearly or Payment Plan Non-Residents Yearly or Payment Plan Individual $169 $49 down & Individual $254 $59 down & 3 installments of $40 3 installments of $65 Family of 2 $254 $59 down & Family of 2 $381 $96 down & 3 installments of $65 3 installments of $95 Each additional $74 $14 down & Each additional $124 $34 down & family member 3 installments of $20 family member 3 installments of $30 Senior (55)/ $124 $34 down & Senior (55)/ $186 $51 down & Student 3 installments of $30 Student 3 installments of $45 Senior Family of 2 $212 $56 down & Senior Family of 2 $318 $84 down & 3 installments of $52 3 installments of $78 6 month $120 6 month $180 3 month $84 3 month $126 Annual Membership Payment Plan Payment plan consists of an initial down payment at time of registration and three consecutive monthly payments that can be charged to your credit card or through a prearranged withdrawal from your checking account (ACH). A $5 service fee will be added to each installment of the monthly payments. If ACH is used, this service fee will be waived. Replacement Fitness Pass Lost or stolen fitness passes must be replaced. Replacement passes are $10 each. Fitness passes must be left at the reception desk each time you use the fitness center. 6 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Fitness Center Personal Training: Are you in need of assistance in your current workout or are you new to working out? Do you need some motivation and encouragement to help you reach your fitness goals? No matter what your current level of fitness is, a Personal Trainer can make the difference you’re looking for. Whether your goal is to lose weight, tone up, improve your health or gain sport specific improvement, a trainer can help in designing a program to meet Fitness Assessment: A Fitness your goals. * Please note: A Fitness Assessment is required Assessment is a confidential all-inclusive before signing up for a personal training session. review of your current health and fitness Bar Code Personal Training Fees level. A certified trainer will meet with 10652 1 one-hour session $40 you to review your cardiovascular 10653 5 one-hour sessions $190 fitness, body composition/body fat %, 10654 10 one-hour sessions $350 flexibility, blood pressure and muscle strength/endurance. Interpretation of Bar Code Express Training (1/2 hour sessions) your results will be discussed. 10655 1 half hour session $23 10656 5 half hour sessions $98 * Please note: A Fitness Assessment is 10657 10 half hour sessions $175 required before signing up for a personal training session. Bar Code Semi-Private (you & a friend) 10658 1 one-hour session $55 per couple Bar Code: 10651 10659 5 one-hour sessions $225 per couple Fee: $45 10660 10 one-hour sessions $425 per couple Date & Time: Call to schedule an appointment, (847) 639-6100 It’s time to get fit, stay fit & feel great! Community / Fitness Racquetball Courts Drop-In Wallyball Center Daily Usage Fee The Community Center is equipped with Wallyball? What is that? If you don’t If you do not have a current member- air conditioned racquetball courts. One know what Wallyball is...it’s like ship, a per visit option is available. court is equipped with a basketball net; volleyball except you play in a the others are outfitted to support the racquetball court and you are allowed Resident: $5 Non-Resident: $7 game of Wallyball. to play the ball off the walls. This up and coming sport is great for all ability Court Time Rental Fees Fitness Center Members and Daily levels, provides a great workout, and is Prime Time $8/16 NR per hour Fitness Center Users may rent a court a lot of fun. Try a little one-on-one or Monday-Friday 5:30-8:30 pm by the hour on the half hour. get a few friends together for a fast Saturday & Sunday 8:00 am-12:30 pm paced game. Please call ahead to check All participants on a court must be a for court availability. Non-Prime Time $6/12 NR per hour Community/Fitness Center Member or Monday-Friday 6:00 am-4:30 pm Daily User. When a large group is Days: Fridays Saturday & Sunday 1:30-6:00 pm playing, the maximum total fee is $20 for Time: 6:30, 7:30, & 8:30 pm rentals the first hour. Additional hours are Fee: $20/per hour charged at the hourly rate. *Wallyball game kits and rulebook are Youth Court* $3/hour + $1 per child *Valid only during non-prime time. All court available to check out at the front participants must be 17 years or younger. Fitness Center Members are able to counter at no additional charge. reserve court time by phone, up to seven days in advance. Non-members Individual Practice $3/hour Valid only during non-prime time. No may reserve by paying the Daily Usage reservations allowed. An individual may Fees and Court Fee at the time of “walk on” and use the court for individual reservation. Available courts may be practice only. obtained on a walk-in basis at any time. www.carypark.com 7 Fitness Programs The Cary Park District provides a variety of fitness programs that are presented in a friendly atmosphere with participants’ safety and well-being always considered. Each program is taught at the intermediate level. Options for higher or lower fitness levels are demonstrated to accommodate participants in all fitness levels. Each session consists of a warm-up, a cardiovascular segment, a cool-down and stretch, some muscle conditioning and a final stretch. Cardio Mix Mix up your cardio workouts! This cardiovascular conditioning program will keep your interest! Get a sampling Pilates & Pump of each class offered. One week might be step, next week low This workout combines Pilates with traditional resistance impact or cardio & core the following week. You won’t get training. The focus is on core stabilization exercises. bored with this program! Increase flexibility and build strength through the use of weights, balls and tubes. Please bring a mat to each meeting. Circuit Are you short on time, yet full of energy? Intervals of aerobic training will be combined with intervals of resistance Pump training. Weights, tubing, bands and stability balls will be Get pumped up! This is not a cardiovascular conditioning utilized to accomplish your fitness goals. Occasional use of program. You will utilize weights, tubing, bands and stability the fitness center will be incorporated. This is a winning balls for resistance training. If you want toning to reshape combination! your body, this is it! This is a great complimentary program to our cardiovascular programs. Great Strides Take your cardiovascular conditioning outdoors in the fresh Super Sculpt air. Grab a walking buddy, your spouse or put the kids in the Focus on reshaping your body using a variety of weights. stroller and discover some great walking routes in Cary. A Each meeting will concentrate on strengthening a different fitness instructor will guide the group during all walks and all body part. The program will progress by utilizing heavier participants must be pre-registered for the program or pay the weights to increase strength. See visible results with daily walk-in fee prior to leaving. Meet in the Community consistent attendance. Center parking lot and bring some water. In case of inclement weather, the group will exercise inside. Tribal Belly Dance American Tribal is a fusion style belly dance with origins in H2O Workout the Middle Eastern dance. It combines movements from This is a great addition to your indoor workouts. Enjoy India, Central Asia, Middle East, North Africa and Spain. cardiovascular and resistance training in the water. This is a This course focuses on tribal belly dance techniques, great change of pace to traditional aerobics and a perfect including the basic vocabulary of movements. No prior belly choice for anyone who wishes to take the impact out of the dance experience necessary. This dance is performed as a workout. Swimming ability is not required. “tribe” using group improvisation which is a feature that makes this dance unique. Multi Step This is an advanced program for the experienced stepper. Each participant will be utilizing more than one step. The Childcare choreography will be complex and fast paced. If you like a Childcare is available for children who walk and have challenge and you are proficient stepper - this is the program parents participating in fitness or other programs that for you! coincide with childcare hours. Hours are Monday-Friday Multi Step (Level 2) NE W This program will be taught at an intermediate level. from 9:15-10:15 am Childcare is available only if the morning fitness program is held. Either pay daily for $3.00 per child or purchase a punch card for additional savings. Choreography will be less complex. Each participant will be One punch provides childcare for one child during one utilizing more than one step for this fun cardiovascular workout. program. Pilates Bar Code: 11052 5 Punches $14/21 NR This mat-based workout is designed to engage the mind and Bar Code: 11053 10 Punches $27/41 NR work the entire body. Fluid movements will develop core Bar Code: 11054 15 Punches $39/59 NR strength, increase flexibility while improving balance and Bar Code: 11055 20 Punches $50/75 NR posture. Deep breathing techniques will leave you refreshed. Our instructors are Mat Pilates certified. Please bring a mat to each meeting. 8 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Fitness Programs General Information All programs are held in the Community Center Aerobic/Dance Room, except H2O Workout and Great Strides. H2O Workout is held at the Community Center pool and Great Strides meets in the Community Center parking lot. Fee: $35/53 NR per program or check out the unlimited option Walk-ins are welcome for $4/6 NR per program. Unlimited Fitness Programs!! If you normally attend three or more programs a week or want a flexibile fitness schedule, this is for you! Participate in any or all of the group fitness programs during the season for which you register. Summer Fee: $102/144 NR Bar Code: 11051 Summer Weekly Aerobic Schedule June 24 - September 8 (Make-up week: September 9-15) June 11 - August 10 (H2O Workout) Time Sundays Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays Saturdays Pilates 7:05 - Rica Thomas 8:05 am 6/26-9/4 Bar Code: 11043 Multi Step 8:30 - Rica Thomas 9:30 am 6/30-9/8 Bar Code: 11050 Cardio Mix Pilates & Pump Pump Circuit 9:15 - Rica Thomas Lori Anderson Pam Elliott Colleen Johnsen 10:15 am 6/25-9/10 6/26-9/4 6/28-9/6 6/29-9/7 *n/c:9/3 Bar Code: 11044 Bar Code: 11041 Bar Code: 11049 Bar Code: 11036 H2O Workout Super Sculpt Sue Fairhead 11:00 am - Sue Fairhead 6/15-8/10 12:00 pm 6/24-9/2 Time: 11:15am- Bar Code: 11035 12:00pm Bar Code: 11039 H2O Workout 5:00 - H2O Workout Lori Anderson Pam Elliott 6:00 pm 6/11-8/6 6/13-8/8 *n/c:7/4 Bar Code: 11037 Bar Code: 11038 6:00 - Pump Colleen Johnsen Great Strides Colleen Johnsen NEW Multi Step Level 2 7:00 pm 6/25-9/10 6/27-9/12 Lori Anderson *n/c:9/3 *n/c:7/4 6/28-9/6 Bar Code: 11040 Bar Code: 11047 Bar Code: 11046 7:15 - Pilates Rica Thomas NEW Multi Step Level 2 Tribal Belly Dance Theresa Miles 8:15 pm 6/25-9/10 6/28-9/6 Rica Thomas *n/c:9/3 6/26-9/4 Bar Code: 11048 Bar Code: 11042 Bar Code: 11045 www.carypark.com 9 Adult Recreation & Arts Interior Design Workshops NEW Sports Enhancement NEW If you are stuck in the past or unhappy with the style of some part or all of your home, the design doctor is in! Program Join us for discussions and Are you an athlete looking to improve demonstrations of room redesign, your training and performance levels? furniture selection and placement. We This program consists of strengthening, will discuss choosing paint colors, balance, agility, endurance and speed when to faux and how to layer with training. Achieve your goals of running fabrics and accessories. Bring pictures faster, jumping higher, swinging harder, of your rooms and questions, as there hitting longer and gaining the will be time set aside for individual competitive edge! You must be able to advice. The instructor has been a attend both days per week. NEW featured speaker at Chicago’s Merchandise Mart. Bar Code: 11094 Watercolor Demonstration Date & Day: 6/4-7/13, Bar Code: 11097 Are you interested in learning about Monday & Friday Date & Day: June 14, Thursday watercolor? Attend this demonstration night where you can watch the Bar Code: 11095 Bar Code: 11098 instructor, learn techniques and Date & Day: 7/16-8/24, Date & Day: July 12, Thursday demonstrate your own watercolor skills. Monday & Friday Bring supplies if you have any. You Bar Code: 11099 can purchase supplies from the Ages: 14 yrs. - Adults Date & Day: August 9, Thursday instructor for a nominal fee. Please Time: 7:30-8:30 pm, indicate on your registration form if you Monday Ages: Adults need supplies. 5:30-6:30 pm, Friday Time: 6:30-8:30 pm Location: Cary Physical Location: gg fynds Bar Code: 11092 Therapy 25 Spring St., Cary Ages: Adults 2615 Three Oaks Rd, Instructor: Sam Gentili Date & Day: May 18, Friday Cary Fee: $5/7 NR Time: 7:00-8:30 pm Fee: $300/450 NR Min/Max: 5/20 Location: Community Center Min/Max: 3/6 Instructor: Anita Gordon Fee: FREE (pre-registration required) Adult Watercolor This program is open to all levels of Organization 101 NEW Min/Max: 5/12 NEW Painting on Location watercolor artist – beginner to intermediate. The instructor will work with participants on their specific Are you tired of constantly not finding what you’re looking for? Do you walk into your house and immediately feel Enjoy the summertime, outdoors and needs. Choose a landscape, water stressed? Do you keep saying you’ll painting. Some experience helpful as scene, floral or bring in a favorite get organized but find millions of this course will be challenging trying to snapshot for consideration. A painting reasons not to? Join us for an evening capture nature’s beauty. Bring your can usually be completed in one or two of organizing tips and ideas that you camera, sketchbook and any supplies program meetings. The instructor will can take home and immediately put to you have. The first class will meet at demonstrate techniques as you work at use. the Jaycee Park pavilion and then move your own pace. A supply list will be to other locations. The instructor will provided prior to the first meeting or Bar Code: 11100 demonstrate techniques as you work at you may purchase supplies from the Date & Day: June 12, Tuesday your own pace. A supply list will be instructor. provided prior to the first meeting or Bar Code: 11101 you may purchase supplies from the Bar Code: 11096 Date & Day: July 18, Wednesday instructor. Ages: Adults Dates & Days: 6/6-6/27, Wednesday Bar Code: 11102 Bar Code: 11093 Time: 7:15-9:15 pm Date & Day: August 16, Thursday Ages: Adults Location: Community Center Dates & Days: 6/4-6/25, Monday Instructor: Anita Gordon Ages: Adults Time: 9:30 am-12 pm Fee: $48/72 NR Time: 7:00-8:00 pm Location: Various outdoor Min/Max: 5/12 Location: Community Center locations Instructor: Trish Sitko Instructor: Anita Gordon Fee: $6/9 NR Fee: $60/90 NR Min/Max: 5/12 Min/Max: 5/12 10 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Adult Recreation & Arts Lose Weight on Your Beginning Sewing Own Terms This program is perfect for the beginner Ladies—Are you finally ready to reach or can serve as a refresher for those AND maintain a healthy weight? Laura who need inspiration. Everything you will show you how! Laura K. Bryant is need to know from threading your a women’s weight-loss expert and machine, reading a pattern or putting in author of Trust Yourself to Transform a zipper will be covered. Participants Your Body: A Woman’s Guide to Health will make a pair of lounging or pajama and Weight Loss Without Diets. This bottoms as a first project. It is Trust Yourself to Transform workshop will cover the single, most recommended that participants provide Your Body important factor in long-term success; their own sewing machine; however, Ladies – Do you want to reach and the real key obstacle to weight loss and the instructor will bring a limited maintain a healthy weight this year? how to overcome it; exercise, nutrition, number for classroom use. A supply This workshop will provide everything and portion-size basics; the three list will be provided at the first meeting. you need to succeed! Laura K. Bryant things that must be done throughout is a women’s weight-loss expert and the process of reaching and Bar Code: 11105 author of Trust Yourself to Transform maintaining a healthy weight; action Ages: Adults Your Body: A Women’s Guide to Health steps you can take immediately; and Dates & Days: 6/19-7/31, Tuesday and Weight Loss Without Diets. The much more. A question and answer Time: 6:30-8:30 pm workshop includes TWO education- session will follow the class, so come Location: Kraus Senior Center filled sessions that allow you to try out prepared with questions. Instructor: Connie Huber what you learned from session one and Fee: $70/105 NR come back to ask questions and learn You will leave with plenty of handouts Min/Max: 4/12 even more in session two. You’ll leave and an autographed copy of “Trust *Note: No meeting on 7/3 with a customized action plan after Yourself to Transform Your Body,” so each session and when the workshop is you can continue where the class complete, you will know: leaves off. After having gained and 1). Exactly what to do when you leave lost 40 pounds and having kept it off 2). How to stay motivated for almost four years, Laura knows 3). How to hold yourself accountable what it takes to reach and maintain a 4). and much more healthy weight. She wants you to After having gained and lost 40 pounds know, too. and having kept it off for almost four years, Laura knows what it takes to Bar Code: 11103 reach and maintain a healthy weight. Ages: Adults She wants you to know too! The Date & Day: June 13, Wednesday course fee does not include the cost of Time: 6:30-9:00 pm the text used throughout the workshop. NEW Location: Community Center A check in the amount of $12.00, made Instructor: Laura Bryant payable to the instructor is required on Fee: $30/45 NR Intermediate Sewing the first day. Min/Max: 8/40 This program is an extension of the beginning sewing course. Some Bar Code: 11107 Mosaic Stepping Stone previous sewing experience necessary Ages: Adults Mosaic stepping stones are a great or past completion of the Beginning Dates & Days: June 28 & July 26, way to beautify your garden or Sewing program. Instructor will assist Thursday walkway. In this hands-on program, on your choice of projects. It is Time: 6:30-9:00 pm you will dabble with cement, design, recommended that participants provide Location: Community Center assemble and take home one stepping their own sewing machine; however, Instructor: Laura K. Bryant stone. All materials are provided. the instructor will bring a limited Fee: $48/72 NR Want to personalize your stone? Bring number for classroom use. A supply Min/Max: 8/20 your own broken dishes, jewelry, etc. list will be provided at the first meeting. Bar Code: 11104 Bar Code: 11106 VISIT OUR NEWLY Ages: Adults Ages: Adults Date & Day: June 14, Thursday Dates & Days: 6/21-8/2, Thursday DESIGNED WEBSITE, Time: 6:30-9:00 pm Time: 6:30-8:30 pm Location: Kraus Senior Center Location: Kraus Senior Center www.carypark.com Instructor: Connie Huber Instructor: Connie Huber Fee: $15/23 NR Fee: $70/105 NR Min/Max: 4/12 Min/Max: 4/12 *Note: No meeting on 7/5 www.carypark.com 11 Adult Recreation & Arts “Fight like a Girl” Self Defense NEW Assault….no women is immune, yet few are prepared. Women who resist their attackers are twice as likely to escape injury; the key is to learn how to resist effectively. The “Fight like a Girl” Cooking Light program is designed to do just that, Are you interested in learning different with our team of female and male techniques to reduce fat and/or instructors. The key of this program is calories, but not taste? Learn new to use the strengths of a woman against ideas, pick-up new recipes and taste the weaknesses of a male attacker with some samples. Bring a recipe with you valuable hands-on experience for for a “cooking light” makeover. fighting off “the bad guy”. Find your inner power and fighting spirit and Bar Code: 11173 learn how to become the “victor” Ages: 18 & older instead of the “victim”. No experience Date & Day: July 12, Thursday is necessary and open to all ages – a Candle Care & Safety Tips Time: 7:30-8:30 pm great mother-daughter program! Wear Learn some simple candle care and Location: Community Center comfortable clothing; all props provided. safety tips to extend the life of your Instructor: Amy Taylor, RN candles. Topics will include snipping, Fee: $10/15 NR Level 1 snuffing, hugging and the burn times of Min/Max: 5/20 Bar Code: 11176 different types of candles. Everyone Dates & Days: 7/11 & 7/18, will go home with handouts on the Help! My kid’s a Garbologist! Wednesday topics discussed, as well as a candle Are you concerned about the amount of Time: 7:30-9:00 pm goodie bag. Also, learn about the junk food your children are eating? Do latest trends in decorating with you want to learn more about healthy Bar Code: 11177 candles. Time will be set aside to eating for children? This workshop will Dates & Days: 7/15 & 7/22, answer any questions you have. cover basic nutrition for children, how Sunday to transition to new foods and healthy Time: 9:00-10:30 am Bar Code: 11108 Date & Day: July 18, Wednesday snacking. Samples will be provided. Level 2 Bar Code: 11109 Bar Code: 11174 Bar Code: 11178 Date & Day: August 7, Tuesday Ages: 18 & older Dates & Days: 7/25 & 8/1, Date & Day: July 24, Tuesday Wednesday Ages: Adults Time: 7:30-8:30 pm Time: 7:30-9:00 pm Time: 7:00-8:00 pm Location: Community Center * Level 1 is a prerequisite for Location: Community Center Instructor: Amy Taylor, RN participation in Level 2 Instructor: Sharon Mohr, PartyLite Consultant Fee: $10/15 NR Min/Max: 5/20 Ages: 14 yrs-Adults Fee: $5/7 NR Location: Community Center Min/Max: 5/12 Family Nutrition Instructor: Focus Martial Arts staff “Take Control of Your Health” Childhood obesity is fast becoming the Fee: $75/113 NR Workshop largest health issue. This affects the $65/98 NR per person Concerned about your health? What is child in more ways than the physical issues that being overweight presents. of mother/daughter health and wellness? Hear how team lifestyle choices (diet, exercise, etc.) Now is the time to teach healthy habits. This workshop will cover basic $65/98 NR per session impact our well being, longevity and Register for Level quality of life. This workshop will nutrition for children and how to transition to new foods and healthy 1 & 2 at same time address health issues facing many of $60/90 NR per person us every day. snacking. Samples will be provided. of mother/daughter Bar Code: 11172 Bar Code: 11175 team for Levels 1 & 2 Ages: 18 & older Ages: 18 & older registered for at same Date & Day: June 21, Thursday Date & Day: August 2, Thursday time. Time: 7:30-8:30 pm Time: 7:30-8:30 pm Min/Max: 8/16 Location: Community Center Location: Community Center Instructor: Amy Taylor, RN Instructor: Amy Taylor, RN Fee: $5/8 NR Fee: $8/12 NR Min/Max: 5/20 Min/Max: 5/20 12 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Adult Recreation & Arts The following programs are held at Yoga Space, located at 204 Spring St. in downtown Cary. Yoga Space is on the lower level in the Cary-Grove Center for the Healing Arts. All instructors are certified and registered through the National Yoga Alliance. Everything is provided. Wear comfortable clothing that allows for movement. Childcare is not available for these session. Yoga for All Yoga is a mind-body practice that reduces stress and builds a healthier body. This program includes Hatha yoga postures, techniques and sequences for flexibility, strength, postural alignment, increased energy and overall health. Breathing and relaxation techniques will also be included in every program. Beginners are welcome and encouraged to sign up. No experience is necessary! All yoga props are provided. Please wear comfortable clothing that allows for movement. Ages: 14 yrs. - Adult Location: Yoga Space studio Fee: $48/72 NR Min/Max: 4/10 Bar Code Dates Day Time Instructor 11110 6/5-6/26 Tuesday 8:00-9:00 pm Homero Zamudio 11113 6/6-6/27 Wednesday 9:00-10:00 am Denise Barr 11116 6/7-6/28 Thursday 7:30-8:30 pm Denise Barr 11111 7/10-7/31 Tuesday 8:00-9:00 pm Homero Zamudio 11114 7/11-8/1 Wednesday 9:00-10:00 am Denise Barr 11117 7/12-8/2 Thursday 7:30-8:30 pm Denise Barr 11112 8/7-8/28 Tuesday 8:00-9:00 pm Homero Zamudio 11115 8/8-8/29 Wednesday 9:00-10:00 am Denise Barr 11118 8/9-8/30 Thursday 7:30-8:30 pm Denise Barr Ballroom Dance Ballroom dance is the craze! Get in on the fun and learn all of the basic dance steps for a variety of popular social dances in a relaxed environment. No experience is necessary for the beginner program. Intermediate level requires past attendance in three ballroom dance sessions. Bar Code Level Dances Dates & Days Time Fee 11086 Intro. to Swing, Waltz, Cha Cha & Tango 5/20-6/24, Sunday 12:45-2:15 pm $87/96 NR per couple Intermediate 11088 Beginner Swing, Waltz, Cha Cha & Tango 5/20-6/24, Sunday 2:30-4:00 pm $87/96 NR per couple 11090 Intermediate Swing, Waltz, Cha Cha & Tango 5/20-6/24, Sunday 4:00-5:30 pm $87/96 NR per couple 11087 Intro. to Fox Trot, Swing, Salsa, Intro. to 7/15-8/19, Sunday 5:30-7:00 pm $87/96 NR per couple Intermediate Samba 11089 Beginner Fox Trot, Swing, Salsa & 7/15-8/19, Sunday 2:30-4:00 pm $87/96 NR per couple Merengue 11091 Intermediate Fox Trot, Swing, Salsa & Samba 7/15-8/19, Sunday 4:00-5:30 pm $87/96 NR per couple www.carypark.com 13 Early Childhood EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAM GUIDELINES Benefits: The Cary Park District provides a safe and stimulating environment for your child’s social, physical and mental growth. Socialization, interaction, self- awareness, motor development and creativity are benefits found within our Early Childhood programming. Add enrichment to your child’s life and register today! First Steps Age: To enroll in a program, a child must have attained the age required by the first Join other parents and children in this day of the program, unless otherwise specified in the program description. Proof of program created especially for toddlers. age in the form of a birth certificate may be required. Songs, art exploration, creative learning stations and free play will set the stage Parent & Tot: Siblings of enrolled children may not attend a program unless for this interactive experience! Social- specified in the program description. One child per parent. Exception: twins or ization and interaction with others will siblings that fall under the same age bracket. be the main focus of this program. Bar Code: 10777 Twos On Their Own Twos & You Ages: 12-24 months w/parent Too young for Little Sprouts but still Your two year old will feel proud and Dates & Days: 6/16-7/28, Saturday looking for your child to experience a important as you join us for exciting * No meeting July 7 social environment in a small school “hands-on” experiences from Time: 9:00-9:45 am setting? This program will provide manipulatives to paints and learning Location: Lions Park Preschool hands-on activities through art, music, stations to music. This program will Instructor: Denise Ulaszek manipulatives and dramatic play to provide a world of discovery and Fee: $35/53 NR enhance your child’s independence exploration in a preschool setting. Min/Max: 5/10 through learning. Totally Toddler Time Bar Code: 10778 Bar Code: 10985 Ages: 24-36 months w/parent Stories, bubbles, nursery rhymes and Dates & Days: 6/12-7/24, Tuesday Dates & Days: 6/16-7/28, Saturday more! Here is a chance to spend quality * No meeting July 3 * No meeting July 7 time with your child. This interactive Time: 9:15-10:30 am Time: 10:00-11:00 am program will include creative explora- Location: Lions Park Preschool tion through different media and free Bar Code: 10986 Instructor: Denise Ulaszek play. Dates & Days: 6/12-7/24, Tuesday Fee: $35/53 NR Bar Code: 10776 * No meeting July 3 Min/Max: 5/10 Ages: 12-20 months w/parent Dates & Days: 6/13-7/25, Wednesday Time: 10:45 am-12:00 pm Me & You Make Two NEW Bar Code: 10987 Discover new ways to paint, glue, make * No meeting July 4 Dates & Days: 6/14-7/26, Thursday art and have fun. You will learn creative Time: 9:15-10:00am * No meeting July 5 techniques to share with your toddler Location: Community Center Time: 9:15-10:30 am which utilize small motor skills and Instructor: Vanessa Kobyleski hand-eye coordination. A small group Fee: $35/53 NR Bar Code: 10988 setting encourages socialization. Finger Min/Max: 5/8 Dates & Days: 6/14-7/26, Thursday plays, songs, sharing and clean-up will * No meeting July 5 all be included in this program de- Toddler’s Next Step Time: 10:45 am-12:00 pm signed for you and your child. Take that next step with your toddler as this program focuses on small group Ages: 2 yrs. Bar Code: 10779 interactive experiences along with Location: Community Center Ages: 2-3 yrs. w/parent individual exploration. This blend of Instructors: Early Childhood Staff Dates & Days: 6/14-6/28, Thursday activities will balance your toddler’s Fee: $65/98 NR Time: 3:30-4:15 pm social experience while participating in Min/Max: 6/12 Location: Community Center songs, games and visual stimulation. Instructor: Therese Lullo Bar Code: 10775 Fee: $20/35 NR Ages: 20-30 months w/parent Min/Max: 5/8 Dates & Days: 6/11-7/23, Monday * No meeting July 2 Time: 9:15-10:00 am Location: Community Center Instructor: Denise Ulaszek Fee: $35/53 NR Min/Max: 5/8 14 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Early Childhood Balls, Beanbags & Parachute Utilizing simple and fun tools of balls, Music to My Ears NEW Do you love music? Be a part of our beanbags and parachute, this program juke box band. We will experiment with is designed to assist in the develop- different instruments and create our ment of large and small motor skills, own style of music. Sing-a-longs will reflexes and listening skills. also fill the program. Siblings younger than specified age group are welcome Bar Code: 10811 in the classroom. Ages: 2-3 yrs. w/parent Simply Science Dates & Days: 6/12-7/24, Tuesday Bar Code: 10993 Experience the wonders of nature. * No meeting July 3 Ages: 2-4 yrs. w/parent Examine insects, plants, water, the sun Time: 9:15-10:00 am Date & Day: June 6, Wednesday and shadows. Perform experiments and Location: Community Center Time: 9:30-10:30 am share creative time with your toddler as Instructor: Vanessa Kobyleski Location: Lions Park Preschool you make an art related project. Each Fee: $35/53 NR Instructor: Denise Ulaszek session will explore different projects. Min/Max: 5/10 Fee: $10/15 NR Bar Code: 10781 Min/Max: 5/10 Dates & Days: 6/12-6/26, Tuesday Time: 9:00-9:45 am Planes, Trains & Automobiles Location: Jaycee Park Do you love trucks and race cars? Come play with us and learn more Bar Code: 10792 about vehicles. We will even paint with Dates & Days: 7/12-7/26, Thursday trucks and sing songs. Siblings Time: 3:30-4:15 pm younger than specified age group are Location: Community Center welcome in the classroom. Ages: 3 yrs. w/parent Bar Code: 10994 Instructor: Therese Lullo NEW Ages: 2-4 yrs. w/parent Fee: $20/35 NR Date & Day: June 27, Wednesday Min/Max: 5/8 Curious George Juniors Time: 3:30-4:30 pm Do you want to act like a monkey? We Location: Lions Park Preschool will have fun exploring life as a monkey, Instructor: Denise Ulaszek Chilly Willy singing related songs, making a Fee: $10/15 NR monkey craft and reading a related Min/Max: 5/10 story. Attention Teach Mom to Paint Cary Park Bar Code: 10998 Enjoy creative outdoor time with your Ages: 18-36 months w/parent District toddler. Mix colors, make sun prints Date & Day: July 31, Tuesday and create a “pet” to take home. There Residents! Time: 3:30-4:30 pm will be an emphasis on fun while Purchase your Location: Lions Park Preschool exploring art and socializing with peers. pool pass by Instructor: Denise Ulaszek Songs and finger plays will end each Fee: $10/15 NR class. May 1, 2007 Min/Max: 5/10 and receive a Spring Fling NEW Bar Code: Ages: 10780 3 yrs. w/parent discount off the regular summer rates. Discover the joys of spring as we Dates & Days: 7/11-8/1, Wednesday decorate flowerpots, plant seeds, and Time: 9:00-9:45 am Chilly Willy Pass Rates learn about bugs. Each child will leave Location: Jaycee Park (before May 1, 2007) with a personalized flowerpot. Siblings Instructor: Therese Lullo Adult (18 yrs +) Res. $45 younger than specified age group are Fee: $26/39 NR Family of 2 Res. $60 welcome in the classroom. Min/Max: 5/8 Each add’l family member Res. $21 Bar Code: 10992 Senior 55+/Student (9-17 yrs) Res. $38 Ages: 2-4 yrs. w/parent Pool Membership Fees Date & Day: May 31, Thursday (beginning May 1, 2007) Time: 9:30-10:30 am Adult (18 yrs +) Res. $50/75 NR Location: Lions Park Preschool Family of 2 Res. $66/99 NR Instructor: Denise Ulaszek Fee: $10/15 NR Each add’l family Res. $23/35 NR Min/Max: 5/10 member Senior 55+/ Res. $42/63 NR Student (9-17 yrs) www.carypark.com 15 Early Childhood Pirates & Princesses Dress as your favorite pirate or NE W princess and join the fun. Listen to adventure tales, play games and create wonderful keepsakes. Bar Code: 10995 Ages: 3-5 yrs. w/parent Little Sprouts Date & Day: July 18, Wednesday In a small school setting at the Time: 3:30-4:30 pm Community Center, your child will have Location: Lions Park Preschool a social environment to support Instructor: Denise Ulaszek developmentally appropriate activities Fee: $10/15 NR NEW for the individual as well as groups. Min/Max: 5/10 Kid Rock I and II This program will provide hands-on Are you ready to rock?! Come join us experiences such as math, art, music, Teddy Bear Tea Party for a unique musical adventure your manipulatives and dramatic play to Come dressed like a princess and bring child will not soon forget! This enhance your child’s independence your favorite teddy bear! During our structured music and movement through learning. tea party we will make a pocket purse to program combines songs and rhymes, take home, enjoy some tea and cookies pretend play, rhythm activities and and sing songs. Each child will also gross motor exercise, plus helps with take home a small goodie bag! listening skills and socialization. Each Bar Code: 10989 session will have a new educational Dates & Days: 6/11-7/23, Monday Bar Code: 10996 theme, around which all activities * No meeting July 2 Ages: 4-6 yrs. w/parent relate. Theme examples include: colors, Date & Day: August 2, Thursday shapes, transportation modes, zoo Bar Code: 10990 Time: 3:30 pm-4:30 pm animals and more. Music activities vary Dates & Days: 6/13-7/25, Wednesday Location: Lions Park Preschool depending on age group. Kid Rock I is * No meeting July 4 Instructor: Kris Stadler an interactive parent/child class which Fee: $10/15 NR introduces imaginative play and gross Bar Code: 10991 Min/Max: 5/10 motor movements. Kid Rock II Dates & Days: 6/15-7/27, Friday encourages independence as parents * No meeting July 6 Tot Rock are invited to attend only the first and It’s time for fun with music! Participate last class of the session. Come sing, Ages: 3 yrs. in songs and finger plays, play with dance, and have a blast with us! (Must be 3 by 6/11) rhythm instruments like bells and Kid Rock I Time: 9:15-11:00 am maracas, and explore sensory items like Bar Code: 10818 Location: Community Center feathers and bubbles. Parents will help Ages: 20-30 months Instructors: Renee Graf & their tots work on their fine motor w/parent Julie McDonough control and develop their newly Dates & Days: 6/14-8/9, Thursday Fee: $83/125 NR acquired motor skills. Providing both * No meeting July 5 Min/Max: 6/12 structured and unstructured time, Tot Time: 10:00-10:40 am NEW Rock promotes bonding and encour- Location: Community Center ages social development and music Instructor: Rock-It Productions Fun with Curious George exploration. Fee: $52/78 NR Come monkey around with us! We will Min/Max: 4/12 explore life as a monkey, sing songs, Bar Code: 10817 Ages: Walkers-20 months make a monkey craft and read a related Kid Rock II story. We will also make a yummy w/parent Bar Code: 10819 monkey tail treat! Dates & Days: 6/14-8/9, Thursday Ages: 2.5-4 yrs. * No meeting July 5 Dates & Days: 6/14-8/9, Thursday Bar Code: 10997 Time: 9:15-9:55 am * No meeting July 5 Ages: 3-5 yrs. w/parent Location: Community Center Time: 10:45-11:25 am Date & Day: June 21, Thursday Instructor: Rock-It Productions Location: Community Center Time: 3:30-4:30 pm Fee: $52/78 NR Instructor: Rock-It Productions Location: Lions Park Preschool Min/Max: 4/12 Fee: $52/78 NR Instructor: Kris Stadler Min/Max: 4/12 Fee: $10/15 NR Min/Max: 5/10 16 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 FOR WEATHER RELATED CANCELLATIONS PLEASE CALL: 847-639-6200 Early Childhood OR VISIT www.carypark.com Sportime My-Tee-Ball (Minor leaguers) Introduce your child to a variety of sports. Too young for T-ball, but ready to learn Beginning skills will be taught, accompanied the sport of baseball? Then this program is by the presentation of various sports equip- for you! Most days will be split into ment. Activities may include basketball, instruction and non-competitive scrim- soccer, baseball and obstacle courses. mages. The fundamentals of throwing, Bar Code: 10813 catching, base running, and hitting off a Ages: 4-5 yrs. tee will be covered. Teamwork and Dates & Days: 6/14-7/19, Thursday socialization will be emphasized. Players * No meeting July 5 will be placed on a team prior to the first Tiny T-Ball Time: 9:30-10:15 am practice. Each participant will receive a t- This program is an introduction to the Location: Community Center shirt, hat, and participation award. Practice great American pastime of baseball and Instructor: Denise Ulaszek & may take place on picture day. softball. Beginning drills of base running, Steven Holme catching and throwing will be covered. Fee: $42/63 NR Bar Code: 10999 Scrimmages will also be scheduled. Each Min/Max: 6/12 Dates & Days: 6/12-7/31, Tuesday participant should bring a glove. All other Time: 9:00–10:00 am equipment will be supplied. Players will be Mini Kickers placed on a team prior to the first practice. Introduce your child to the sport of soccer. Bar Code: 11000 Each participant will receive a T-shirt. Beginning skills will be taught, accompanied Dates & Days: 6/12-7/31,Tuesday by the presentation of various equipment. Time: 10:15–11:15 am Bar Code: 11186 Mini scrimmages will also be included each Ages: 3-4 yrs. meeting. Ages: 4 – 5 yrs., boys and Dates & Days: 6/15-7/27, Friday Bar Code: 10815 girls (must be 4 yrs *No meeting on 7/6 Time: 8:30-9:15 am old by September 1st) Time: 9:00-10:00 am Instructor: Lori Anderson & Location: Lions Park Location: Lions Park Softball Field Steven Holme Picture Day: June19 th Fee: $42/63 NR Rain date: Tuesday, August 7 Min/Max: 32/60 Bar Code: 10816 Fee: $48/72 NR Time: 9:30-10:15 am Instructor: Lori Anderson & Min/Max: 32/60 Tiny T-Ball Coaches Needed: Steve Holme Registration fees for volunteer coaches’ My-Tee-Ball Coaches Needed: children will be refunded at the program’s Ages: 3-4 yrs. Registration fees for volunteer coaches’ conclusion. Parents interested in Dates & Days: 6/16-7/21, Saturday children will be refunded at the program’s coaching their child’s team may call *No meeting July 7 conclusion. Parents interested in (847) 639-6100 to sign-up. Location: Community Center coaching their child’s team may call Fee: $42/63NR (847) 639-6100 to sign-up. Min/Max: 6/12 My-Tee-Ball Teammate Request Cary Park District staff will be creating the individual teams prior to the first day of My-Tee-Ball. If you wish for your child to be on the same team as a friend or car pool companion, please fill out this form. The request may only be made for up to four friends on one team. The line marked #1 should be the parent making the request. Parent Name Child Name Child Age Phone Number Program Bar Code 1)______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2)______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3)______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4)______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Every attempt will be made to honor teammate requests; however, due to participation numbers in certain programs, the program supervisor may move participants in order to balance out teams. My-Tee-Ball Teammate Requests must be returned to the Cary Park District by 5:00 pm on May 25, 2007. Tiny T-Ball Teammate Request Cary Park District staff will be creating the individual teams prior to the first day of Tiny T-Ball. If you wish for your child to be on the same team as a friend or car pool companion, please fill out this form. The request may only be made for up to four friends on one team. The line marked #1 should be the parent making the request. Parent Name Child Name Child Age Phone Number Program Bar Code 1)______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2)______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3)______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4)______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Every attempt will be made to honor teammate requests; however, due to participation numbers in certain programs, the program supervisor may move participants in order to balance out teams. Tiny T-Ball Teammate Requests must be returned to the Cary Park District by 5:00 pm on May 25, 2007. www.carypark.com 17 Early Childhood Gymnastics Cary Gymnastics Center is located at, 600 Industrial Drive, Unit #1, Cary. The Cary Gymnastics Center is dedicated to enhancing the sport of gymnastics for every participant in a positive manner. A safe and educational environment is our primary goal. Little Bits (LB) 15 mos. w/parent: Interact with your child in a exploratorium of fun and discovery. Activities include obstacle course, air-track and foam pit as well as other gymnastics apparatus. Tot Trot (Tot) 2-3 yrs. w/parent: This program is designed to promote positive interaction and basic gymnastic skills while having fun. Tiny Tumblers (TT) 3-4 yrs.: This program enables children to enjoy an obstacle course, but also receive instruction on gymnastic skills and apparatus. Kindergym(K) 4-5 yrs.: This program is designed to introduce young children to elementary gymnastic skills, build motor control and coordination while having fun. Jungle Boys (JB) Boys ages 4-5 years old. This recreational based program is designed for boys and instruction will be given on tumbling, bars, rings and vault. Program Bar Session I Bar Session II & Day Time Code Dates Fee Code Dates Fee LB - Tue 9:00-9:45 am 10929 6/12-7/10 $58/87 NR 10930 7/17-8/14 $58/87 NR LB - Thur 9:00-9:45 am 10931 6/14-7/12 $58/87 NR 10932 7/19-8/16 $58/87 NR Tot - Mon 9:00-9:45 am 10933 6/11-7/9 $58/87 NR 10934 7/16-8/13 $58/87 NR Tot - Wed 5:00-5:45 pm 10935 6/13-7/11* $50/75 NR 10936 7/18-8/15 $58/87 NR Tot - Fri 9:00-9:45 am 10937 6/14-7/12 $58/87 NR 10938 7/19-8/16 $58/87 NR Tot - Sat 9:00-9:45 am 10939 6/16-7/14 $58/87 NR 10940 7/21-8/18 $58/87 NR TT - Mon 9:00-9:45 am 10941 6/11-7/9 $65/98 NR 10942 7/16-8/13 $65/98 NR TT - Tue 9:00-9:45 am 10943 6/12-7/10 $65/98 NR 10944 7/17-8/14 $65/98 NR TT - Wed 5:00-5:45 pm 10945 6/13-7/11* $55/83 NR 10946 7/18-8/15 $65/98 NR TT - Thur 9:00-9:45 am 10947 6/14-7/12 $65/98 NR 10948 7/19-8/16 $65/98 NR TT - Fri 9:00-9:45 am 10949 6/15-7/13 $65/98 NR 10950 7/20-8/17 $65/98 NR K - Mon 9:15-10:00 am 10951 6/11-7/9 $65/98 NR 10952 7/16-8/13 $65/98 NR K - Tue 9:15-10:00 am 10953 6/12-7/10 $65/98 NR 10954 7/17-8/14 $65/98 NR K - Wed 4:45-5:30 pm 10955 6/13-7/11* $55/83 NR 10956 7/18-8/15 $65/98 NR K - Thur 9:15-10:00 am 10957 6/14-7/12 $65/98 NR 10958 7/19-8/16 $65/98 NR K - Fri 9:15-10:00 am 10959 6/15-7/13 $65/98 NR 10960 7/20-8/17 $65/98 NR JB - Mon 9:15-10:00 am 10961 6/11-7/9 $65/98 NR 10962 7/16-8/13 $65/98 NR JB - Tue 9:15-10:00 am 10963 6/12-7/10 $65/98 NR 10964 7/17-8/14 $65/98 NR JB - Wed 4:45-5:30 pm 10965 6/13-7/11* $55/83 NR 10966 7/18-8/15 $65/98 NR (If enrollment is low, this program may be combined with Kindergym.) JB - Thur 9:15-10:00 am 10967 6/14-7/12 $65/98 NR 10968 7/19-8/16 $65/98 NR JB - Fri 9:15-10:00 am 10969 6/15-7/13 $65/98 NR 10970 7/20-8/17 $65/98 NR Min/Max: 3/4 * Note: No meeting on July 4. 18 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Preschool & Extended Time Cary Park District Preschool The goal of the Cary Park District Preschool is to create a positive, sensitive, and responsive environment to help children feel valued and grow with each learning experience. Through developmentally appropriate activities, we foster physical, emotional, social and cognitive growth while promoting a lifetime love for learning. Extended Time (ET) Registration for the Extended Time (ET) is a program designed 2007-2008 School Year to provide safe and stimulating before and The 2007-2008 school year will begin on September 4, 2007. Registration is currently after school programming for the being taken at the Cary Park District Community Center. Registration must include a community and is offered to families of copy of your child’s birth certificate and a $30 non-refundable, yearly registration children in kindergarten-six grade at all fee for each child. District 26 grade schools. The program is designed to provide working parents with a Your child must be 3 years old on or before September 1, 2007 to enter the 3 year old safe childcare environment, while providing program or 4 years old on or before September 1, 2007 to enter the 4 year old socialization experiences, imagination program. All children must be completely toilet trained- NO PULL UPS. opportunities and enrichment skills. Children will be right at home with various 2007-2008 Preschool Tuition crafts, games, homework time and exciting Programs Day Time Fee events that take place at each site. The 3 yr. old & 4 yr. old M-W-F 9:00-11:30 am $140/210 NR per month program takes place at the child’s home 3 yr. old & 4 yr. old T-TH 9:00-11:30 am $115/173 NR per month school. Times may vary. In addition, ET is available during certain school days off and is housed at a Cary Park District facility. Registration for District 26 families who will be new to our program begins May 1, 2007. Registration forms may be picked up at the Cary Park District Community Center or download from www.carypark.com. All registrations must include the first anticipated ET or KET payment, an emergency card, program waiver and discipline guidelines. KET and ET are not designed as drop-in programs. Please contact Kathy Hagen at (847) 639-1928 with programming questions and Jan Hyde at (847) 639-6100 ext. 108 (M-F; 9 am-3 pm) for information regarding fees and availability. If you have questions regarding current or future registration, or wish to Kindergarten Extended Time schedule an observation, please contact Erica Hedlund at (847) 639-6100 ext. 117. (KET) Cary Park District offers a morning and afternoon Kindergarten Extended Time (KET) option during the school year. Children who attend Cary School District 26 Download Preschool, KET, and ET AM or PM kindergarten at Briargate, Deer forms and parent handbooks Path, Maplewood and Three Oaks Schools are eligible for this program. The AM KET from www.carypark.com program will be held at a District 26 facility. The PM KET program will be held at the Cary Park District Preschool in Lions Park. www.carypark.com 19 Summer Day Camps Cary Park District’s 2007 SUMMER DAY CAMPS QUESTIONS? Our staff has answers. Please call 847.639.6100 ext. 0 or TDD/TTY 847.462.1290 with questions regarding the registration process for any camp. SUMMER SESSION DATES Session 1........................................... June 11-June 15 Sunshine Camp Session 2........................................... June 18-June 22 Erica Hedlund Session 3........................................... June 25-June 29 847.639.6100, ext. 117 Session 4........................................... July 2-July 6 no camp July 4 Session 5........................................... July 9-July 13 Before & After Camp Session 6........................................... July 16-July 20 Kathy Hagen Session 7........................................... July 23-July 27 847.639.1928 Session 8........................................... July 30-Aug. 3 Session 9........................................... Aug. 6-Aug. 10 All Other Camps Session 10......................................... Aug.13-Aug. 17 Sara Kelly Session 11..........................................Aug. 20-Aug. 24* 847.639.6100 ext. 109 *Session 11 may be condensed or cancelled dependant A parent open house will be held on Thursday on the start date of local schools. evening June 7 from 6-8 pm. Parent packets, which contain additional information about camp, will be available in May. Summer Camp Registration Summer Camp registration is currently in process. Don’t miss out - submit yours today! Registrations will be processed daily at the Cary Park District Community Center, 255 Briargate Road, Cary, IL 60013. Faxed registrations may be sent to (847) 639-6290. All registrations must be accompanied with payment. Payment options include cash, check, Visa, MasterCard or Cary Park District payment plan. Payment plan options include weekly credit card or pre-arranged withdrawal from your checking account (ACH); payment plans are available for those campers who are attending several camp sessions. Full payment for the first session of camp must be received when enrolling in the payment plan option. A $5 service fee will be added to each installment of weekly payments, if ACH is used, this service fee will be waived. Details and the additional forms for credit card or ACH payment options are available at the Community Center or www.carypark.com. For proper staff to camper ratios, all Camp and Before & After Camp registrations must be received by 4:00 pm on the Thursday prior to the start of a new session. All registration forms must be turned in at the Community Center front desk and be accompanied by complete payment. Any registrations received after this deadline will not be processed and your child will not be able to attend Camp or Before & After Camp for that upcoming session. Emergency cards will be included in the parent packets and MUST BE RETURNED before the first day of camp. Campers will not be admitted into camp unless completed emergency cards are on file at the camp’s site. If you need to withdraw your child from camp, a withdrawal form must be filled out and a $5.00 service charge will be accessed for each camp session. Please refer to the Withdrawal Guidelines for additional details. After June 1, a $5 processing fee will be accessed for each session transfer request. All cancellations or changes must be submitted in writing to the Cary Park District Community Center. SUNSHINE CAMP (ages 3-5) A stimulating first camp experience is what is in store for your new camper at SUNSHINE CAMP! Weekly themes, arts and crafts, music, water fun and meeting new friends are just the start of our summer adventure together. Activities vary weekly, so campers can enroll in one or all eight sessions for even more fun! Each camper must bring a sack lunch to camp and be completely toilet trained, no pull-ups. This camp is for children 3 years old (3 by the first day of camp) through 5 years old (entering kindergarten). Location: Lions Park Preschool Days: Monday-Friday Time: 9:00 am-1:00 pm Min/Max: 10/40 Session Dates Bar Code Fee Session Dates Bar Code Fee ○ ○ ○ 1 6/11-6/15 10563 $70/105 NR 5 7/9-7/13 10567 $70/105 NR ○ 2 6/18-6/22 10564 $70/105 NR 6 7/16-7/20 10568 $70/105 NR ○ 3 6/25-6/29 10566 $70/105 NR 7 7/23-7/27 10569 $70/105 NR ○ ○ 4 7/2-7/6, n/c 7/4 10565 $56/84 NR 8 7/30-8/3 10570 $70/105 NR ○ 20 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Summer Day Camps CAMP WANNALOTTAFUN (1st-3rd Grades) Experience the ultimate in summer fun! This camp allows you to participate in a wide range of activities including arts and crafts, group games, sports, special events, swimming, field trips and more. This camp is open to anyone who’ll attend 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grades in the fall. Along with the daily programming at the camp location, you’ll visit the Community Center pool several times a week, attend one field trip each session and meet many new friends along the way. Past field trips have included roller-skating, water parks, zoos, bowling and indoor playgrounds – what will they be this year? Each camper will receive one camp T-shirt per summer, which is included with the registration fee. Remember to pack a swimsuit, towel, sack lunch and drink everyday (no glass bottles, please). Location: Briargate School Days: Monday-Friday Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Session Dates Bar Code Fee Session 1 6/11-6/15 10530 $80/$120 NR Session 2 6/18-6/22 10531 $80/$120 NR Session 3 6/25-6/29 10532 $80/$120 NR Session 4 7/2-7/6, n/c 7/4 10533 $68/$102 NR Session 5 7/9-7/13 10534 $80/$120 NR Session 6 7/16-7/20 10535 $80/$120 NR Session 7 7/23-7/27 10536 $80/$120 NR CAMP EXPLORERS (4th-8th Grades) Explore new ways to have a fun and exciting summer! This camp will incorporate activity stations for more flexibility and creativity, as well as group and individual games, special events and swimming at the Community Center pool several times each session. This camp is open to anyone who’ll attend 4th, 5th, 6th,7th or 8th grade in the fall. Past special events have included a Talent Show, a cookout, a carnival day and a tour of the Cary Fire Station. You will also attend one field trip each session, such as miniature golf, water park, lazer tag, bowling or the movie theatre. Each camper will receive one camp T-shirt per summer, which is included with the registration fee. Remember to pack a swimsuit, towel, sack lunch and drink everyday (no glass bottles, please). Pick up will be at the Community Center on days when there is swimming. Location: Maplewood School Days: Monday - Friday Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Session Dates Bar Code Fee Session 1 7/11-7/15 10537 $83/125 NR Session 2 7/18-7/22 10538 $83/125 NR Session 3 7/25-7/29 10539 $83/125 NR Session 4 7/2-7/6, n/c 7/4 10540 $71/107 NR Session 5 7/9-7/13 10541 $83/125 NR Session 6 7/16-7/20 10542 $83/125 NR Session 7 7/23-7/27 10543 $83/125 NR www.carypark.com 21 Summer Day Camps CRAFTY CAMPER CLUB (6th-8th Grades) Do you enjoy the crafts you make at camp, but wish you had more time for complex projects? The main focus of this camp will be arts and crafts, with time set aside for individual and group games. This camp is open to anyone who’ll attend 6th, 7th or 8th grade in the fall. Projects will include working with clay, wood, plaster of Paris, paper mache and craft kits. Each session will include TWO field trips and swimming at the Community Center pool. Each camper will receive one camp t-shirt per summer, which is included with the registration fee. Remember to bring a swimsuit, towel, sack lunch and drink everyday (no glass bottles, please). The drop off and pick up location will be at the Community Center. Space is limited, so sign up today. Min/Max: 20/30 Location: Community Center Session Dates Bar Code Days: Monday - Friday 2 6/18-6/22 10545 Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm 3 6/25-6/29 10546 Fee: $90/135 NR SPORTS PLUS CAMP (3rd-5th Grades) Looking for a new twist to your summer days? Try this camp that is filled with sports, fun and field trips! This camp is open to anyone who’ll attend 3rd, 4th or 5th grade in the fall. Your day will consist of playing sports, learning new techniques, developing sportsmanship, working as a team and other fun activities. There will also be TWO field trips each session; one of the field trips will be combined with Camp Wannalottafun or Camp Explorers. Each camper will receive one camp T-shirt per summer, which is included with the registration fee. Remember to bring a sack lunch and drink everyday (no glass bottles, please). The drop off and pick up location will be at Lions Park. Space is limited, so sign up today. Min/Max: 20/30 Location: Lions Park Session Dates Bar Code Days: Monday - Friday 5 7/9-7/13 10547 Time: 9:00am-3:00 pm 6 7/16-7/20 10548 Fee: $90/135 NR AUGUST ADVENTURES (1st-6th Grades) Not ready for the summer to end yet? Grab your friends and join us for four more weeks of fun before school starts. Each session will consist of indoor and outdoor games, crafts, sports, ONE special event and TWO field trips each week. Don’t miss the opportu- nity to experience all you can this summer! The Community Center pool may be closed during Session 10 and 11. The drop off location for each age group is listed below. Pick up will be at the Community Center for all ages, weather permitting. Camp will be held from 9 am-3 pm daily. New this summer!! Each camper will receive one August Adventures T-shirt, which is included with the registration fee. Remember to bring a swimsuit, towel, sack lunch and drink everyday (no glass bottles, please). Ages: 1st – 3rd grade Ages: 4th – 6th grade Location: Community Center Location: Kraus Senior Center Fee: $98/147 NR Fee: $98/147 NR 1st Grade-3rd Grade 4th Grade-6th Grade Session 8 7/30-8/3 Bar Code: 10549 Session 8 7/30-8/3 Bar Code: 10553 Session 9 8/6-8/10 Bar Code: 10550 Session 9 8/6-8/10 Bar Code: 10554 Session 10 8/13-8/17 Bar Code: 10551 Session 10 8/13-8/17 Bar Code: 10555 *Session 11 8/20-8/24 Bar Code: 10552 *Session 11 8/20-8/24 Bar Code: 10556 *Session 11 may be condensed or cancelled dependant on the start date of local schools. AUGUST ADVENTURES SWIM LESSONS will only be offered during Session 9. These swim lessons will be 45 minutes in length and will take place during the morning day camp programming. All lessons are taught by swim instructors and lifeguards. A counselor will escort all campers to and from their lessons. A minimum of 5 is needed for the lesson to be held. Session 9 8/6-8/9 (Rain date 8/10) Bar Code: 10544 Fee: $17/26 NR 22 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Cary Park District Day Camp 2007Summer Day Camps For Office Use Only EM Card Picked Up: EM Card Mailed: Registration Form Parent Manual Picked Up: Parent Manual Mailed: Completed EM Cards Received: (One form per child.) Child’s Name:_______________________________________________________________ Grade entering in fall 2007:__________ Male/Female:_________ DOB:___________ Age:______ School Attending:____________________________________________ Parent’s/Guardian’s Name______________________________________________________________________________________ Last Name First Name Address/City:_________________________________________________________________________ Zip:___________________ Home Phone:_________________________________________ Business Phone:________________________________________ Email Address:_______________________________________________________________________________________________ Do you need assistance or accommodations to participate in any programs? ________________________________________________________ Bar Code Session Camp Name Fee Method of Payment: Cash:______ Check # :______ MasterCard/Visa:______ Payment Plan (CC/ACH):___________ Total: Credit Card Number:__________________________________________________ Exp. Date:_______________________ Cardholder Name:______________________________________________________ Amount of Charge:______________ Authorized Signature:__________________________________________________________________________________ Warning of Risk: Recreational activities/programs are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental, and emotional resources of each participant. Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning, and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity/program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Depending on the particular activity, participants must understand that certain risks, dangers, and injuries due to inclement weather, slipping, falling, poor skill level or conditions, carelessness, horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premise defects, inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction, or officiating, and all other circumstances inherent to indoor and outdoor recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Cary Park District to guarantee absolute safety. Waiver and Release of all Claims and Assumption of Risk: Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in Cary Park District identified programs/activities, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages, or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with said programs/activities (including transportation services/vehicle operation, when provided). I recognized and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in these programs/activities, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. I further agree to waive or relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in these programs/activities against the Cary Park District including its officials, agents, volunteers, and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Cary Park District”). I do herby fully release and forever discharge the Cary Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss that my minor child/ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with these programs/activities. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk, and waiver and release of claims. If registering via fax, your facsimile signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature. * Signature of Parent/Guardian: ______________________________________________________________________________ Date: ____________ * Participation will be denied if the signature of adult participant or parent/guardian and date is not placed on this registration form/waiver. www.carypark.com www.carypark.com 23 Cary Park District Before & After (B&A) Camp 2007 Registration Form (One Form Per Child) BEFORE & AFTER CAMP (B&A CAMP) is available for Camp Wonnalottafun, Camp Explorers, Sports Plus Camp, Crafty Campers Club and August Adventures. For the convenience of working parents, B&A Camp is offered from 7-9 am and 3-6 pm. B&A Camp for Camp Wannalottafun is held at Briargate School. B&A Camp for Camp Explorers is held at Maplewood School. The child registered on this form must be the same child registered for camp on the reverse side of this form. A minimum of two days per week is required for this program. Sign-up for B&A Camp must take place the Monday prior to the first day of each new session. Please note that in order to include B&A Camp fees on the payment plan, registration must take place at the same time camp registration is submitted. Please CIRCLE camp, sessions and days needed. Camp & Bar Codes Session Dates Days Needed Fee/5 Days Per Day Your Cost Wannalottafun Explorers 10571 10585 Session 1 - AM 6/11-6/15 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10578 10592 Session 1 - PM 6/11-6/15 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10572 10586 Session 2 - AM 6/18-6/22 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10579 10593 Session 2 - PM 6/18-6/22 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10573 10587 Session 3 - AM 6/25-6/29 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10580 10594 Session 3 - PM 6/25-6/29 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10574 10588 Session 4 - AM 7/2-7/6 n/c 7/4 M T Th F $32/48 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10581 10595 Session 4 - PM 7/2-7/6 n/c 7/4 M T Th F $48/72 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10575 10589 Session 5 - AM 7/9-7/13 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10582 10596 Session 5 - PM 7/9-7/13 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10576 10590 Session 6 - AM 7/16-7/20 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10583 10597 Session 6 - PM 7/16-7/20 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10577 10591 Session 7 - AM 7/23-7/27 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10584 10598 Session 7 - PM 7/23-7/27 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ Crafty Campers Club - Held at Community Center 10599 Session 2 - AM 6/18-6/22 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10601 Session 2 - PM 6/18-6/22 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10600 Session 3 - AM 6/25-6/29 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10602 Session 3 - PM 6/25-6/29 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ Sport Plus Camp - Held at Lions Park 10603 Session 5 - AM 7/9-7/13 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10605 Session 5 - PM 7/9-7/13 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10604 Session 6 - AM 7/16-7/20 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10606 Session 6 - PM 7/16-7/20 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ August Adventures - Held at the Community Center 10607 Session 8 - AM 7/30-8/3 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10611 Session 8 - PM 7/30-8/3 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10608 Session 9 - AM 8/6-8/10 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10612 Session 9 - PM 8/6-8/10 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ 10609 Session 10 - AM 8/13-8/17 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ 10613 Session 10 - PM 8/13-8/17 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ *10610 Session 11 - AM 8/20-8/24 M T W Th F $40/60 NR @$8/12 NR $________ *10614 Session 11 - PM 8/20-8/24 M T W Th F $60/90 NR @$12/18 NR $________ *Session 11 may be condensed or cancelled dependant on the start date of local schools. I have read and understand the important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk, and waiver and release of claims on the reverse of this form. If registering via fax, your facsimile signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature. Child’s Name_________________________________________ Parent’s/Guardian’s Name_____________________________ Parent’s/Guardian’s Signature________________________________________________________________________________ Please specify payment on the day camp registration form on reverse side Summer Brochure 24 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Summer Day Camps NO FEAR FITNESS CAMP (6th-9th Grades) Are you ready to try something new? Participate in fun activities and workouts in a non-intimidating environment. Monday through Thursday activities are based around an exercise “theme” and Friday will be a “No Fear” day. Activities will take place in the Aerobics/Dance Room, pool and outside. A special parent waiver must be signed before the first day of the session. This is a non-competitive camp open to both boys and girls. Campers should bring sunscreen, a healthy snack and water each SUPER SPORTS MANIA CAMP day. Ages: 6th - 9th grades in the fall (4th-7th Grades) NEW Bar Code: 10562 This camp is for the sports enthusiast who wants to try it all! Dates & Days: 7/23-7/27, Monday - Friday Each day will feature specialized instruction in at least one sport. Time: 10:30 am-12:30 pm The focus will be on terminology/rules, fundamentals, fun Location: Community Center scrimmages, interacting as a group and sportsmanship. This is a Instructor: CPD Fitness Staff non-competitive camp open to both boys and girls. Tentative Fee: $40/60 NR sports and locations include lacrosse, Foxford Hills Golf Club, Min/Max: 6/12 swimming, MVP Sports Academy, basketball, Schaumburg Flyers baseball game and more. Knowledge of each sport is not required - just a desire to learn! Drop off and pick-up locations will change KICKBALL CAMP (3rd-6th Grades) daily and parents are responsible for providing transportation. A finalized schedule of locations and activities will be available in Kickball all week long – what could be more fun! The first day will mid-April. Each camper will receive a camp T-shirt. Campers consist of an introduction to the game, ice breakers and team should bring sunscreen, water, a sack lunch and drink everyday building activities. After the first day, all participants will be (no glass bottles, please). Space is limited, so sign up today. placed on teams and participate in tournament style games for the rest of the week.The focus will be on fun, exercise, interacting as Bar Code: 10616 a member of a team and sportsmanship. This is a non-competitive Ages: 4th - 7th grades in the fall camp open to both boys and girls. Campers should bring Dates & Days: 6/18-6/22, Monday - Friday sunscreen, a snack and water each day. Time: 9:30 am-2:30 pm Fee: $176/264 NR Ages: 3rd - 6th grades in the fall Min/Max: 20/30 Dates & Days: 6/25-6/28, Monday - Thursday (Rain date 6/29) Location: Lions Park COUNSELOR IN TRAINING Fee: $40/60 NR (7th Grade and Older) Min/Max: 12/28 Are you an ambitious teen who likes working with kids? Do you want to Bar Code: 10560 be a camp counselor in the future? Time: 9:30 am-12:00 pm This program develops leadership skills through hands-on work Bar Code: 10561 experience. CITs will assist Time: 1:00-3:30 pm with games, trips, projects and other daily activities. Interested individuals must fill out COOKING CLUB (1st-4th Grades) an application and Experience the joy of cooking! Measuring techniques, cleanli- participate in a group ness, etiquette and clean-up strategies will also be taught. Each interview with the day will feature a new theme and on Friday you will host a party Program Manager. for your family. You’ll bring home all the goodies during the week, Once you have been except for Friday, and the recipes to share. accepted as a CIT, you will participate in an orientation Ages: 1st - 4th grades in the fall and training. CITs are usually assigned Dates & Days: 7/9-7/13, Monday - Friday one camp session, either Sunshine Camp or Camp Location: Kraus Senior Center Wannalottafun, per summer. If you have completed Fee: $78/117 NR 7th grade or above, you are eligible to participate. Applications Min/Max: 6/10 are available April 2nd at the Community Center and completed applications must be returned by May 1st. Bar Code: 10558 Time: 1:30-3:30 pm Registration is not required until you have been chosen for the CIT program. Bar Code: 10559 Bar Code: 10557 Time: 4:30-6:30 pm Fee: $15/23 NR (1 week session) Time: 8:45 am-3:15 pm www.carypark.com 25 Dance DANCE RECITAL INFORMATION The Cary Park District Winter/Spring Dance Recital will take place on Sunday, May 20 beginning at 3:00 at Cary-Grove High School. Tickets can be purchased beginning May 7 at the Community Center Front Desk. DANCE DESCRIPTIONS Advanced/Beginner Ballet & Tap: Build upon the skills learned in the beginner program. Participants should have some previous dance experience. Beginner Ballet & Tap: Try two different styles of dance, both ballet and tap. Great for the first time dancer. Mini Dance Workshop (MDW)(New): These workshops are about fun and trying something new! Learn basic steps of ballet, tap and jazz that will be combined into a routine based on the theme of each session – a different theme each session for more variety! Also dabble in making costumes, sets and props to use during class. This program is a great way to gain a better appreciation of the fine arts and working with different age groups. Please bring a washed, white T-shirt to the first day to be used as part of a costume. Parents are invited to attend the last half hour on the last day of each session to see what the participants have learned. Tiny Ballerina: Explore the wonderful world of ballet and have fun. Beginning ballet steps and terminology will be taught. Wear comfortable shoes to the first session. Instructors will inform you of shoe type at that time. Please note all participants must be potty trained before the start of the program. Thank you for your cooperation. Day Bar Code Time Class Age (yrs) Instructor Fee Location Min/Max Tuesday 11145 9:30-10:15 am Tiny Ballerina 3-5 Campbell $30/45 NR Nursery Room 5/10 6/19-7/31 11146 10:30-11:15 am Beginner Ballet & Tap 4-6 Campbell $30/45 NR Dance Room 5/10 *No class on 11147 11:30-12:15 pm Adv./Beg. Ballet & Tap 4-6 Campbell $30/45 NR Dance Room 5/10 7/3 Tuesday & 11148 1:00-2:30 pm MDW: Annie 3 and Campbell $40/60 NR Dance Room 12/20 Thursday 11149 2:45-4:15 pm MDW: Fairy Tale older & $40/60 NR Dance Room 12/20 6/19-6/28 Princes & Princesses Rokosik Tuesday & 11150 1:00-2:30 pm MDW: Nutcracker 3 and Campbell $60/90 NR Dance Room 12/20 Thursday 11151 2:45-4:15 pm MDW: Winter older & $60/90 NR Dance Room 12/20 7/10-7/26 Wonderland Rokosik Tuesday & MDW: Under the Big 3 and Campbejl $60/90 NR Dance Room 12/20 Thursday 11152 1:00-2:30 pm Top older &"Rokosik $60/90 NR Dance Room 12/20 7/31-8/16 11153 2:45-4:15 pm MDW: Mermaids & Pirates 26 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Drama Children’s Theatre Company of Cary Students participating in this program will be cast in roles by the director and rehearse until show time! All members of the company will participate onstage, and work with sets, props, costumes and more. The actual production (2 shows) will be held on Saturday, September 8 at the Lions Park Bandshell. Learn what it takes to make theater magic happen! Dramatic Debut Let your imagination run wild. This Students must be available for all rehearsals. Some rehearsals will be held at the beginner program will introduce your Lions Park Bandshell. Additional rehearsal may be added during the week child to the world of drama. Through preceding the production. story playing and puppet plays you will develop self-awareness, self- Bar Code: 11077 confidence, creativity and group Grades: 7th-12th grade cooperation. Dates & Days: 6/25-9/3, Monday 6/28-9/6, Thursday Bar Code: 11073 Time: 7:00-8:30 pm Ages: 3-5 yrs. Location: Kraus Senior Center Dates & Days: 6/12-7/10, Tuesday Instructors: Becky Chappell & Bob Jenski Time: 11:00-11:45 am Fee: $123/184 NR Location: Kraus Senior Center Min: 15 Instructor: Becky Chappell Fee: $30/45 NR Min/Max: 5/8 C.T.C.C. Junior Improv Join this program designed for the Whose line is it? It’s yours! Work on Dramatic Expression younger actor. All aspects of theatre improving your nonscripted acting This action packed program will explore will be taught, just on a smaller scale. skills. Strengthen your improvisation drama through voice, movement and Students will be cast in roles by the ability. This program will do it all – imagination. Physical and verbal acting director and rehearse until show time! games galore and much more! will be broken down and addressed The actual productions will be held on separately. Creative story playing Friday, August 10 and Saturday, Bar Code: 11075 encourages self-awareness, self- August 11 at the Lions Park Ages: 10-14 yrs. confidence and group cooperation. Bandshell. Learn what it takes to make Dates & Days: 6/12-7/10, Tuesday theater magic happen! Time: 1:15-2:15 pm Bar Code: 11074 Location: Kraus Senior Center Ages: 6-10 yrs. Students must be available for all Instructor: Becky Chappell Dates & Days: 6/12-7/10, Tuesday rehearsals. Tech week will take place Fee: $30/45 NR Time: 12:00-1:00 pm during the week of August 6, with Min/Max: 5/10 Location: Kraus Senior Center rehearsals each day. Specific times to Instructor: Becky Chappell be determined. Fee: $30/45 NR Min/Max: 5/10 Bar Code: 11076 CHECK OUT THE Grades: 2nd -6th grades Dates & Days: 6/18-8/6, Mondays INTERACTIVE PARK MAP Time: 6:00-7:00 pm ON THE NEWLY Location: Kraus Senior Center DESIGNED WEBSITE, Instructors: Becky Chappell & Bob Jenski www.carypark.com Fee: $60/90 NR Min: 15 www.carypark.com 27 Youth Art Card Making Nature Art Make a set of cards using various Use natural materials to create paint- techniques. These cards can be used ings and more. Let the wonders of for holidays or other special occasions. nature inspire you. This program will Materials used will be card stock, be messy and FUN! You may never embellishments, hole punches, scissors paint with a paint brush again. and glue. This program is sure to make Clay Play some great gift ideas! Bar Code: 11142 Learn clay facts and basic techniques. Ages: 4-6 yrs. Use clay tools while making texture Bar Code: 11166 Ages: 7-10 yrs. Dates & Days: 7/11-8/1, plates and animal pinch pots. Pieces Wednesday will be painted and shellacked on the Date & Day: June 16, Saturday Time: 10:30-11:30 am Time: 10:00-11:00 am last day. Location: Jaycee Park Pavilion Location: Community Center Bar Code: 11140 Instructor: Staff Instructor: Therese Lullo Ages: 4-5 yrs. Fee: $10/15 NR Fee: $26/39 NR Dates & Days: 6/14-6/28, Thursday Min/Max: 5/12 Min/Max: 5/8 Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Location: Community Center BFF (Best Friend Forever) Instructor: Therese Lullo Grab your best friend(s) and come have Fee: $20/30 NR a great time creating different fun- Min/Max: 5/8 friendly items that you and your best friend can enjoy together. Projects will Creative Clay include best friend bunnies, friendship Got extra energy? Come pound, pinch stack rings and more. If your friends and even “throw” clay to get you in the can’t make it, sign up anyway and mood to make art from a lump of clay. share the cool ideas with them later. Learn skills to help you design an animal sculpture and a decorative mask. Bar Code: 11167 Pieces will be painted and shellacked Ages: 8-13 yrs. on the last day. Date & Day: June 16, Saturday Bar Code: 11141 Time: 12:00-1:00 pm Ages: 6-8 yrs. Location: Community Center Dates & Days: 6/14-6/28, Thursday Instructor: Staff Time: 2:15-3:15 pm Fee: $6/9 NR Location: Community Center Min/Max: 5/12 Instructor: Therese Lullo Fee: $20/30 NR Min/Max: 5/10 Cary Park District Suggestion Form The Cary Park District is committed to providing you with high quality parks, open spaces, programs, facilities and services. We strive to meet your recreational and open space needs to the best of our ability. If you have a concern, question, or suggestion regarding our operations, please take a moment to complete and return this form to: Cary Park District, 255 Briargate Road, Cary, Illinois, 60013. Thank you. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Name: ________________________________Address: ___________________________________City:_________________ State: ________ Zip Code: ___________________E-mail address:________________________________________________ 28 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Youth Art Outdoor Art Fleece “No Sew” Be creative in a nature setting. Pastel Child’s Poncho drawing, sand casting and shadow art Work together with your child to will be included in this fun program. construct this fun and easy project. No Learn basic techniques while express- sewing experience is required. A ing individuality. supply list will be provided upon registration. Bar Code: 11143 Ages: 6-9 yrs. Bar Code: 11144 Dates & Days: 7/11-8/1, Wednesday Ages: 7 yrs. & older Chilly Willy Time: 11:15 am-12:15 pm w/parent Location: Jaycee Park Pavilion Dates & Days: June 30, Saturday Instructor: Therese Lullo Time: 10:00 am-12:00 pm Attention Fee: $26/39 NR Location: Community Center Cary Park Min/Max: 5/10 Instructor: Connie Huber District Fee: $15/23 NR Residents! Painted Platter Min/Max: 4/10 Purchase your Paint a holiday platter to give as a gift. The project will include outlining, Craft Stick Wonders pool pass by tracing and using glass paints. What a Learn how easy it is to make fun May 1, 2007 unique gift idea! projects out of simple craft sticks. and receive a Materials used will be craft sticks, glue, discount off the Bar Code: 11169 paint and other fun stuff. Projects will regular summer rates. Ages: 7-12 yrs. include a magnet, memo holder and a Date & Day: July 21, Saturday fun animal. These will make great gifts Chilly Willy Pass Rates Time: 12:00-1:00 pm or keepsakes for home or school! (before May 1, 2007) Location: Community Center Adult (18 yrs +) Res. $45 Instructor: Staff Bar Code: 11170 Family of 2 Res. $60 Fee: $10/15 NR Ages: 6-10 yrs. Each add’l family member Res. $21 Min/Max: 5/10 Date & Day: August 4, Saturday Senior 55+/Student (9-17 yrs) Res. $38 Time: 11:00 am-12:00 pm Pool Membership Fees Location: Community Center (beginning May 1, 2007) Instructor: Staff Adult (18 yrs +) Res. $50/75 NR Fee: $6/9 NR NEW Min/Max: 5/12 Family of 2 Each add’l family Res. $66/99 NR Res. $23/35 NR member Children’s Entertainment Series Senior 55+/ Student (9-17 yrs) Res. $42/63 NR ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Bring your children, a blanket, and a picnic lunch to the brand new wild and funny Children’s Entertainment Series. BE THE FIRST ON YOUR BLOCK TO RECEIVE Each afternoon in the series we bring you the most talented magicians, jugglers, and THE LATEST more to the Lions Park Rotary Bandshell for an amazing time. CARY PARK DISTRICT All performances are PROMOTIONS, CONTESTS, FREE! SURVEYS, AND NEWS. See the inside spread of this guide Visit www.carypark.com for performance information! Hope to see you there! www.carypark.com 29 Concerts I Bring a blanket, picnic dinner, and the entire family to Concerts When: Thursdays, 7pm-8:30pm Where: Rota Call (847) 639-6200 for June 14 Alex & The Allstars Playing a variety of hits from the 70’s until now, Alex & The Allstars engage their audience with talented musicianship combined with a party-time attitude. Alex & The Allstars are all residents of the Cary, Fox River Grove and Barrington area. June 21 Shirley King Being the blues singing daughter of B.B. King has earned Shirley King the title “Daughter of the Blues,” but she is an outstanding singer and performer in her own right. From traditionals to originals, her singing and stage antics will fire you up with passion and soul. June 28 Mr. Myers Mr. Myers blends the tropical sounds of Calypso and Ska, the rhythms of Reggae and a little Rock-n-Roll with some favorite classic tunes to create their own special style of music - Caribbean Rock. Sponsored by: July 12 Brother John Brother John features a vast and diverse repertoire full of familiar tunes, focusing on songs that are fun and even humorous. The Cary Park District’s Concerts In The Park program is generously supported by the following sponsors: Cary Park District, Harris Bank Cary-Grove, Cary Bank & Trust, and Northwest Herald. 30 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 n T he Park s In The Park for an evening of FREE music and entertainment. ary Bandshell, Lions Park, 1200 Silver Lake Road weather related changes. July 19 British Export British Export takes you on a magical trip to the 60’s with the most authentic Beatles tribute show in the world. They will excite the senses with authentic instruments, costumes, and most important, music that inspired a generation. Sponsored by: July 26 The Only Sons The Only Sons are one of Chicago’s most versatile and sought after bands. They feature an extensive play list that covers the great dance hits of the 70’s and 80’s, classic rock, as well as the best of the 90’s. Featuring three part harmony, powerful guitars, horns and keyboard tracks. Sponsored by: N E W Children’s Entertainment Series N E W Grab the kids, a blanket and a picnic lunch for our wild and funny Children’s Entertainment Series. All performances are FREE. When: Fridays, 12pm-12:45pm Where: Rotary Bandshell, Lions Park, 1200 Silver Lake Road. Call (847) 639-6200 for weather related changes. July 13 Dennis DeBondt- Magician At 6’ 7” Dennis DeBondt is truly the “Sears Tower” of Magic. He is not just some guy doing a few magic tricks. It’s the funniest stuff you have ever seen! Outstanding entertainment that is unparalleled and dependable for all ages. Come and witness the excitement of a child FLOATING in the AIR! July 20 Dave Rudolf- Children’s Singer Dave Rudolf brings his own style of comedy, music and fun to his interactive concerts. He sings silly songs for silly kids and their silly parents. July 27 Andy Martello- Comic Juggler & Plate Spinner Andy Martello offers a fantastic show for the entire family! Comedy, juggling, fire- eating, and the very popular plate-spinning act are all featured in his performance. www.carypark.com 31 Special Events & Activities Monkey Bars A Passport To Your Parks Did you know that the Cary Park District has 38 parks? Spend time this summer visiting these great Natural Area Workdays community resources. Have a picnic, meet some Here are opportunities for adults or friends, play on the equipment and enjoy the adult-lead youth groups (12 yrs.+) to outdoors. Pick up your Park Passport at the assist Parks Department staff in Community Center between June 1-16. This preserving and restoring natural areas. passport will contain historical information and an Participants may collect seeds, plant evaluation form for eight selected parks. native species of flora, or remove brush and debris. Volunteers will meet at a site Complete all site evaluations and return your at 8:00 am and work until 2:30 pm If passport to the Community Center by August 31st interested, please contact Adam Keppel to receive a special prize. at (847) 639-8440 ext. 207 at least two weeks in advance. Scheduled workdays Bella Bee Workshop are: May 19, June 16, July 21, August Girls, do you want to shimmer and NEW 18, September 15 and October 20. sparkle? Come to our “Glamour Gallery” and have fun with glitter and glam SEE THE products. You will also learn the INTERACTIVE MAP importance of beauty that comes from within by the positive character ONLINE AT building quality attached to each www.carypark.com product. FOR MORE ON EACH PARK Bar Code: 11010 Ages: 7-13 yrs. Date & Day: June 23, Saturday Time: 1:00-1:45 pm Location: Community Center Instructor: Sue Brockman Kids’ Dog Show Fee: $20/30 NR Noah’s Ark Animal Workshop Kids, it is time to show off your best Min/Max: 6/20 Let’s construct our very own soft and cuddly friend and let your doggy be the star! Prairie Walk animal. This hands-on experience, where Pure mutts and pure pedigrees alike are The Illinois Association of Park Districts participants actually make their own plush welcome (any age, any size) to compete (IAPD) is celebrating Conservation Day toy, produces lasting warm memories while for a variety of honors. Categories may during the 2007 Illinois State Fair. In fostering individuality, positive child include: smallest, largest, best looking, recognition of Conservation Day, Phil Stanko, biologist and local naturalist will development and self-confidence. A different best costume, best trick and of course animal will be made each session. lead a prairie walk while describing prairie “best in show”. Event will be held plants, birds, insects, and stories of outside. Dogs must be on a leash at all families, buildings, and features of Bar Code: 11011 times and be able to interact with other Wallace Farm. Bring the entire family and Date & Day: June 1, Friday dogs. learn the history and dynamics of one of Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Cary’s rarest and most unique parks. This Bar Code: 11009 program will consist of light walking and Bar Code: 11012 Ages: 5-13 yrs. will last about 1 hour. Call (847) 639-6200 Date & Day: July 28, Saturday Date & Day: July 28, Saturday for weather related changes. Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Time: 11:30 am-12:30 pm Ages: All Location: Community Center Date & Day: August 19, Sunday Ages: 7-10 yrs. Park Walk Begins: 4:00 pm Location: Community Center Instructor: Staff Location: Sands Main Street Instructor: Sue Brockman Fee: $5/8 NR (One dog per Prairie located on Fee: $20/30 NR registered participant) East Main Street, east Min/Max: 6/20 Min/Max: 5/20 of Decker Drive Fee: FREE 32 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Youth General Interest Beginning Guitar Lessons Private Guitar Lessons SKC Music Inc. has streamlined the learning One-on-one lessons are tailored around process, which enables you to start playing the student’s individual goals and ability the music you enjoy right away. For the levels. All levels are welcome. Learn how quickest results, we recommend that our to play guitar the right way….the fun way! students practice at least 30 minutes a day. Want to learn your favorite song? It’s However, this class will show you that easier than you think. With our proven achieving your dreams of becoming a rock method, you’ll be playing what you want star are not so far fetched after all. You must in no time. You must provide your own provide your own guitar. Either electric (with guitar. Either electric (with a small amp), NEW a small amp), acoustic or nylon string guitars acoustic or nylon string guitars are are acceptable. Learn to play your favorite acceptable. Additional days and times songs in a fun environment. may be available, contact the Community Pump It Up! Center at 847-639-6100. Jump & Craft Camp Bar Code: 11056 Let the kids bounce off our walls this Bar Code: Time: summer! Pump It Up! is the ultimate Ages: 8-13 yrs. 11060 3:00-3:30 pm inflatable play facility where kids can climb, Time: 11:00 am-12:00 pm 11061 3:30-4:00 pm bounce and tumble their way to fitness and 11062 4:00-4:30 pm fun. The huge inflatable arena allows Bar Code: 11057 11063 4:30-5:00 pm children to interact and exercise in a safe and Ages: 8-13 yrs. 11064 5:00-5:30 pm secure environment that promotes fun Time: 12:00-1:00 pm 11065 5:30-6:00 pm physical activity for everyone. After an 11066 6:00-6:30 pm invigorating play session, kids relax in the Bar Code: 11058 Ages: 14 yrs.-Adult Ages: 8 yrs. - Adult party room where a lunch or snack will be Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Dates & Days: 6/19-7/31, Tuesday provided. The end of each day features a Location: Community Center craft project designed to stimulate your Dates & Days: 6/19-7/31, Tuesday Instructor: SKC Music Inc. child’s youthful creativity. Pump It Up’s Location: Community Center Fee: $113/170 NR climate controlled facility and friendly staff Instructor: SKC Music Inc. Min/Max: 1/1 offers a safe and fun alternative to beat the Fee: $75/113 NR *Note: No meeting 7/3 heat this summer. A signed Pump It Up Min/Max: 5/10 (The course fee does not include the cost of the waiver must be filled out before the first of *Note: No meeting 7/3 required handbook. A check in the amount of day of each session. (The course fee does not include the cost of the $10.00, made payable to SKC Music Inc., is required handbook. A check in the amount of required on the first day of lessons) Bar Code: 11179 $10.00, made payable to SKC Music Inc., is Dates & Days: 6/12-7/10, Tuesday required on the first day of lessons) Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm BEST DEFENSE OF ILLINOIS Best Defense Safety Skills & Intermediate Guitar Lessons Bar Code: 11180 Do you want to build upon the skills you Self Defense for Kids Dates & Days: 6/13-7/11*, Wednesday already have? This program will cover Quick Start Program Time: 1:00-3:00 pm elements of guitar such as: “bar” chords, “What Every Child Should Know” * Note: July 4th class will be held on July 5 “power” chords, the minor pentatonic scale, Stranger-danger, bullies, the Internet and rhythm development and beginning other real world hazards…..help your child Bar Code: 11181 improvisation. You must have a basic manage scary situations and gain self- Dates & Days: 7/17-8/14, Tuesday understanding of open position chords and confidence. Participants will become better Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm TAB reading. You must provide your own prepared to make safer, smarter decisions. guitar. Either electric (with a small amp), Includes 25 discussion topics and 25 Bar Code: 11182 acoustic or nylon string guitars are simple, practical, self-defense maneuvers Dates & Days: 7/18-8/15, Wednesday acceptable. taught in a fun, non-threatening manner by Time: 1:00-3:00 pm a certified Best Defense instructor. Parents Bar Code: 11059 are welcome to attend at no additional Ages: 6-10 yrs. Ages: 8 yrs.-Adult cost. Location: Pump It Up Dates & Days: 6/19-7/31, Tuesday (1095 Pingree Rd, Time: 2:00-3:00 pm Bar Code: 11013 Crystal Lake) Location: Community Center Ages: 6 yrs. & older Instructor: Pump It Up staff Instructor: SKC Music Inc. Dates & Days: 7/12-7/26, Thursday Fee: $125/188 NR Fee: $75/113 NR Times: 4:45 – 6:00 pm Min/Max: 6/15 Min/Max: 5/10 Location: Community Center *Note: No meeting 7/3 Fee: $57/86 NR (The course fee does not include the cost of the Min/Max 8/20 required handbook. A check in the amount of $10.00, made payable to SKC Music Inc., is required on the first day of lessons) www.carypark.com 33 Youth General Interest Science, Nature & Me Eat like a grasshopper, dance like a bee and experiment with worms and sun. Take daily nature hikes and create art projects. Experience hands-on learning fun in a natural setting. Please wear sunscreen and bring water – a snack will be provided. Bar Code: 11119 Ages: 4-5 yrs. Creative Cooking Dates & Days: 6/12-6/26, Tuesday Experience the joy of cooking! Measuring techniques, cleanliness and clean-up Time: 10:00-11:00 am strategies will also be taught. Each week features a new theme, so sign up for Location: Jaycee Park Pavilion Instructor: Therese Lullo one or all. Keep all the goodies you make and the recipes to share! Fee: $20/30 NR Bar Min/Max: 5/8 Code Date Time Ages Theme 11122 6/19 3:00-4:00 pm 6-8 yrs Patriotic Treats Scientists & Explorers 11124 7/24 3:00-4:00 pm 6-8 yrs “Animal” Food Build a spider web to catch “bugs”. Study 11126 8/14 3:00-4:00 pm 6-8 yrs Fun Fruit & Veggies arachnids and insects. Train your eyes to uncover the camouflaged wonders of 11123 6/19 4:15-5:15 pm 8-11 yrs “Animal” Food nature. Handouts will go home daily. 11125 7/24 4:15-5:15 pm 8-11 yrs Fun Fruit & Veggies 11127 8/14 4:15-5:15 pm 8-11 yrs “Animal” Food Bar Code: 11120 Ages: 6-8 yrs. Location: Kraus Senior Center Dates & Days: 6/12-6/26, Tuesday Time: 11:15 am -12:15 pm Instructor: Staff Location: Jaycee Park Pavilion Fee: $11/17 NR Instructor: Therese Lullo Min/Max: 6/8 Fee: $20/30 NR Min/Max: 5/10 Keyboard Fun Group lessons provide a piano ensemble experience! Beginners will learn to read notes and count out rhythms while enjoying the unique sounds of digital keyboards. As students progress, they will learn chords, build sight reading skills and have fun playing pop, blues, jazz and classical music. Lessons are 30 minutes long and all keyboards are provided. New: Six year olds can now participate in group lessons with their own time (2:00-2:30 pm or 2:30-3:00 pm on Thursday). Other times can also be arranged if needed. ** Please register for the day on which you would like to take piano lessons. The instructor will contact each participant prior to the first program meeting to arrange a time that works for both parties. This is to ensure that program participants sharing the same time spot are at the same level. Day Bar Code Time Frame Age Fee (see above) 6/12-7/17*, Tuesday 11031 (between 3:30-6:30 pm) 6 yrs.-Adult $90/135 NR 6/14-7/19*, Thursday 11032 (between 2:00-6:30 pm) 6 yrs.-Adult $90/135 NR 7/31-8/28, Tuesday 11033 (between 3:30-6:30 pm) 6 yrs.-Adult $90/135 NR 8/2-8/30, Thursday 11034 (between 2:00-6:30 pm) 6 yrs.-Adult $90/135 NR *No meeting 7/3 & 7/5 Iris Anderson-Taylor teaches all piano lessons. There is a minimum of 3 students and a maximum of 4 students for each time frame. Music books range from $7 to $9 and can be purchased from the instructor. 34 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Youth General Interest Magic Club Rock Climbing Learn magic from a professional with over 15 Learn the fundamentals of top roped rock years experience! Learn tricks using cards, climbing, rope management and other coins, rope and more. Speaking skills, safety techniques. Basic knot tying, presentation and discipline will also be harnesses and equipment will also be stressed. A graduation performance and discussed. This program is tremendously certificate presentation will conclude the educational and reinforces the positive session. All supplies are included. aspects of individual and team efforts. The climbing wall is a structure with Bar Code: 11121 removable rocks that can be placed in Red Cross Babysitting Ages: 7-10 yrs. many different formations. These forma- Training Course Dates & Days: 6/14-7/26, Thursday tions create a variety of routes to accom- This course will provide the information and *No meeting 7/5 modate all levels of climbing ability. skills necessary for safe and responsible Time: 4:45-5:30 pm Climbers wear safety harnesses and are childcare in the absence of parents or Location: Community Center secured by ropes. Safety is the first guardians. This training will help participants Instructor: Mark Presley concern with all top rope climbing. All develop skills in five critical areas: leadership, Fee: $38/57 NR equipment is provided. *Wear gym shoes safety and safe play, basic care, first aid and Min/Max: 5/14 and sports clothes (but nothing too professionalism. American Red Cross baggy). A water bottle is also recom- Babysitters Training Course and Basic First Yoga for Tweens mended. Aid card will be awarded upon successful Stretch, breathe and learn about yoga In the event of questionable weather/rain-outs, completion of this course. The course fee through music, stories, games and art. Yoga please call the Weather Hotline (847) 639- does not include the cost of the required helps to improve your flexibility, strength, 6200 to check the status of lessons. handbook. A check in the amount of $15.00, concentration, body awareness and self- made payable to the instructor, is required on esteem. Bar Code: Age: Time: the day of the session. Bring a drink, snack 11154 7-8 8:45-10:15 am and lunch. Bar Code: 11138 11155 8-9 10:30 am-12:00 pm Date & Day: 6/19-7/17*, Tuesday 11156 9-10 12:45-2:15 pm Bar Code: 11005 *No meeting on 7/3 11157 10-11 2:30-4:00 pm Date & Day: June 13, Wednesday 11158 12-16 4:15-5:45 pm Location: Kraus Senior Center Bar Code: 11139 Date & Day: 7/24-8/14, Tuesday Dates & Days: 6/25, 6/26, 6/27 Bar Code: 11006 Mon, Tue & Wed Date & Day: June 27, Wednesday Ages: 11-14 yrs. Location: Lions Park Location: Kraus Senior Center Time: 5:00-6:00 pm Instructor: Cliffhanger Climbing Location: Yoga Space Wall Instructors Bar Code: 11007 Instructor: Homero Zamudio Fee: $34/51NR Date & Day: July 27, Friday Fee: $48/72 NR Min/Max: 10/14 Location: Community Center Min/Max: 4/10 Rain Date: June 28 The Glow Show N EW Bar Code: 11008 NE W Date & Day: August 3, Friday Location: Community Center Presented by Mad Science of McHenry County. Discover amazing things that glow Junior Reactors Presented by Mad Science of McHenry Ages: 11-14 yrs. bright in the dark and come to light! Probe County. Learn to recognize chemical Time: 9:00 am-5:00 pm the properties of light and explore some reactions and mix up a few reactive Instructor: Brigitte Hentges unusual applications of glow-in-the-dark ingredients for some sensational results! Fee: $40/60 NR technology. Use your Blacklight Writer to Check out the Periodic Table of Elements Min/Max: 8/20 create secret messages that only you can see. and create a tiny world of atoms with your Bar Code: 11163 very own set of Atomic Coins! Date & Day: June 8, Friday Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Bar Code: 11165 VISIT OUR NEWLY Date & Day: August 1, Wednesday DESIGNED WEBSITE, Bar Code: 11164 Date & Day: August 8, Wednesday Time: 4:00-5:00 pm www.carypark.com Time: 10:00-11:00 am Ages: 7-12 yrs. Location: Community Center Ages: 7-12 yrs. Instructor: Mad Science staff Location: Community Center Fee: $15/23 NR Instructor: Mad Science staff Min/Max: 10/25 Fee: $15/23 NR Min/Max: 10/25 www.carypark.com 35 Youth General Interest CSI Cary Presented by Mad Science of McHenry County. Someone broke the law and we’re going to use science to find out whodunit! Participants will employ techniques the pros do to closely examine a crime scene, including interrogating witnesses, dusting for Play Abacus, USA! NEW Dino Camp Do you like dinosaurs? Become a prints, using deductive reasoning and much more! Each participant will receive his or her own ID kit to bring Throw away your calculator! In this introductory course, participants will paleontologist and uncover dinosaur home. learn about the abacus and how to use skeletons. Learn dinosaur facts while this ancient tool to calculate simple solving riddles, mazes, find it puzzles Bar Code: 11159 addition and subtraction. Learn and dot-to-dots. Each session will Date & Day: June 13, Wednesday techniques for improving concentra- cover different materials. Sign up for Time: 5:30-7:00 pm tion, visualization and memory. All one or all three. materials are included in fee, including Bar Code: 11160 an abacus. Bar Code: 11133 Date & Day: August 13, Monday Session 1: Fabulous Fossils Time: 1:00-2:30 pm Bar Code: 11128 Dates: 7/10 & 7/12 Ages: 5-8 yrs. (must be able Ages: 8-12 yrs. to write numbers Bar Code: 11134 Location: Community Center from 0-9) Session 2: Volcano Mania Instructor: Mad Science Staff Bar Code: 11129 Dates: 7/17 & 7/19 Fee: $23/35 NR Ages: 9-12 yrs. Min/Max: 10/30 Bar Code: 11135 Dates & Days: 6/20-8/1, Session 3: Digging for Dinosaurs Wednesday Crazy Chemistry Dates: 7/24 & 7/26 Time: 3:15-4:15 pm Presented by Mad Science of McHenry Location: Community Center Ages: 6-8 yrs. County. Delve into the amazing world Instructor: Play Abacus USA Days: Tuesday & of chemistry in our exciting hands-on Staff Thursday program. While kids mix various Fee: $50/75 NR Time: 2:15-3:15 pm ingredients, they’ll learn the science Min/Max: 5/15 Location: Community Center behind physical and chemical reactions *Note: No class on 7/4 Instructor: Therese Lullo and discuss the states of matter and Fee: $16/24 NR endothermic reactions while having a Science Camp blast! Participants will create their own Min/Max: 5/10 Using magnifying glasses take a close sidewalk chalk, crystals, bath fizzers look at insects, rocks and arachnids. and chromatography pictures. While Each session will explore a new Yoga for Kids they are working on group dynamics, concept. Sign up for one or all three. the principles of scientific discovery Stand as tall as a mountain, leap like a Bar Code: 11130 frog and wag your tail like a dog! Kids and chemistry, kids are learning Session 1: Exploring the senses stretch, breathe and learn about yoga valuable lessons that will inspire a Dates: 7/10 & 7/12 through music, stories, games and art. lifetime love of science and scientific Yoga helps kids improve their flexibility, inquiry. Bar Code: 11131 Session 2: Playdough & strength, concentration, body aware- ness and self esteem. Bar Code: 11161 sidewalk chalk Dates & Days: 6/11-6/13, Monday- Dates: 7/17 & 7/19 Bar Code: 11136 Wednesday Bar Code: 11132 Date & Day: 6/14-7/12*,Thursday Time: 1:00-3:00 pm Session 3: Nature sand casting *No class on 7/5 & oobleck Bar Code: 11162 Dates: 7/24 & 7/26 Bar Code: 11137 Dates & Days: 8/13-8/15, Monday- Ages: 4-5 yrs. Date & Day: 7/19-8/9, Thursday Wednesday Days: Tuesday & Time: 9:00-11:00 am Thursday Ages: 6-11 yrs. Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Time: 10:30-11:15 am Ages: 6-10 yrs. Location: Community Center Location: Yoga Space Location: Community Center Instructor: Therese Lullo Instructor: Denise Barr Instructor: Mad Science Staff Fee: $16/24 NR Fee: $48/72 NR Fee: $86/129 NR Min/Max: 5/8 Min/Max: 4/10 Min/Max: 10/25 36 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Birthday Parties Having a party? Let us do the planning while you enjoy the festivities! Different packages provide you with many options. Choose the one that is right for you! All parties take place at the Community Center. Parties include room The following party is two hours in rental, activity and an instructor for the length and facilitated by Park District designated timeframe. You provide the cake, staff for the duration: beverages and guests. Decorations, treat bags and paper goods can be supplied for Splish Splash an additional $4.00 per participant (10 child Pool Party minimum). Parties are subject to space and (Ages 8-10 or 11-13 yrs.) staff availability. A $25 security deposit is – Make a splash with this required upon registration. Call Sara today party. You and your for more information and to make guests will enjoy swim- arrangements at (847) 639-6100 ext. 109. ming in the pool, diving off the high or low dive and having fun in the sun. The second part of the party will be The following parties are one-hour and forty-five minutes in length spent in the party room playing games and making a keepsake to take home. This party is and facilitated by Park District staff for their duration: held during our open swim hours. Bar Code: 11071 Dinosaurs Dancing Divas Fee: $140/210 NR (Ages 5-7 yrs.) – Try your hand at (Ages 5-7 or 8-10 yrs.) – You and your Max: 12 people total creating a dino sponge print. This “dino- friends will enjoy creating a fun dance party” is filled with lots of fun such as Tar routine while celebrating your birthday. Pit Toss and Musical Bones. Learn Spend an hour learning dance moves and The following party is two hours in dinosaur songs and watch a volcano listening to the latest music. The length and facilitated by Park District erupt. Stamps, stencils and Pin the Tail on remainder of the time will be spent in the staff for the first hour: the Tyrannosaurus will be loads of dino- party room. fun! Bar Code: 11069 Bar Code: 11067 Fee: $100/150 NR Fee: $100/150 NR Max: 10 people total Max: 10 people total Magic Party Ready, Set, Go Rock Star (Ages 3-12 yrs.) – (Ages 5-7 or 8-10 yrs.) – The perfect (Ages 8-10 or 11-13 yrs.) – Be the “star” Participate in an interactive magic show where party for high energy kids! We will of the party! This party is great for those guests are assistants and the guest of honor is customize a sports party with a variety of who like to sing, dance and perform. The the highlight of the show! The combination of games and athletic activities. Games party consists of rock star crafts, games, comedy and mystical tricks will leave everyone include, but are not limited to, scooter contests and singing with the Karaoke in amazement! Guests will leave with their own racers, basketball dribbling contests and machine. balloon creation. an obstacle course. Join us for a high energy party! Bar Code: 11070 Bar Code: 11072 Fee: $100/150 NR Fee: $130/195 NR Bar Code: 11068 Max: 10 people total Max: 25 people total Fee: $100/150 NR Max: 10 people total www.carypark.com 37 Pool FAMILY SWIM OPEN SWIM Sunday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm will be Monday – Friday 12:00-5:00 pm & designated Family Swim at the pool. Only 6:00-9:00 pm family groups will be admitted. Families Saturday 12:00-8:00 pm will be allowed to bring flotation devices at Sunday 12:00-6:30 pm this time. Family Swim 6:30-8:00 pm - (Sunday) ADULT LAP SWIM Monday – Friday Adult Lap Swim 11:15-12:00 pm POOL MEMBERSHIP FEES 2007 SPECIAL EVENT Adult Lap Swim 5:15-6:00 pm Adult (18 yrs. +) $50/75 NR AT THE POOL: Saturday Family of 2 $66/99 NR Adult Lap Swim 9:00-9:45 am Each add’l family member $23/35 NR Senior (55)/Student (9-17) $42/63 NR *POOL OPENS June 2 - Sept 3 Senior Family of 2 $60/90 NR Open Swim hours POOL OPEN HOUSE June 4 - 8 are 12:00-3:00 & 6:00-9:00 pm The Cary Park District Community pool June 11 starts regular weekday open swim COMBINED FITNESS CENTER is having an open house to start the pool hours 12:00-5:00 & 6:00-9:00 pm AND POOL MEMBERSHIPS ARE season off with a bang. Come and enjoy Weekday swimming ends Aug 10 AVAILABLE. PLEASE CALL 847-639-6100 FREE admission to the pool Friday, Weekends only swimming FOR MORE INFO. June 15 from 12:00-5:00 pm. Bring your Aug. 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26+ Labor Day family and friends and have a Weekend Sept. 1, 2, & 3 splashtacular fun time at the pool! *PLEASE NOTE: Save time! Validate last year’s pass when purchasing your 2007 pool pass The pool will be closed at 4:00 pm when a home swim meet is scheduled. Dates are as DAILY GUEST FEES REPLACEMENT POOL PASS follows: June 12, June 28, July 10, July 19 For those individuals who do not wish to If your season pass is lost or stolen, you and July 22. purchase a summer pool pass, the Cary Park must replace it. Replacement passes are FLAG SYSTEM District allows admission to public swim $10.00 each. You must have a pass every A colored flag will be hung in the parking lot to with a daily admission. Anyone entering the time you enter the pool. notify the public of the pool status. pool site during open swim who does not have GREEN – Open a season pass, must pay a daily fee. AVOID ACCIDENTS YELLOW – Possible Closing Most pool accidents occur on the deck RED – Closed Res. Adult $ 5.00 and in shallow water through simple Daily fee refunds will not be issued if the Res. Youth $ 3.00 carelessness, horseplay and running. yellow flag is flying. In the event of question- Guest w/pass holder $ 5.00 Please obey all pool rules. They ensure able weather, call (847) 639-6200 for a recorded All non-residents $ 8.00 everyone’s protection and enjoyment. message. Visit www.carypark.com for current 2 years and younger Free weather & pool conditions. POOL POLICIES AND GUIDELINES * In order to pay a resident daily fee, the • All people entering the pool must pay a daily fee or have a season pass. patron must show proof of residency: utility • Children 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older. bill, driver’s license, tax bill, resident ID card • Non-swimmers 8 and under must be accompanied in the water by an adult 18 years or older. or other identification. Any person who does • The pool will close if the air temperature is below 65 degrees or if severe weather conditions are not have proof of being a Cary Park District issued. If the pool closes due to weather, a 1-hour interval will be used to determine if the pool reopens. Patrons will have to leave the premises during this waiting period. If the pool resident will be charged a non-resident cannot open by 6:00 pm, it will remain closed for the evening. admission. • If there are fewer than 15 pool users for an extended period of time, staff reserves the right to close the pool. GUEST POOL PASS • The pool staff reserves the right to remove and suspend pool privileges of those who violate rules Friends visiting? Relatives staying a short or exhibit unacceptable behavior. time? What better way to entertain guests • State law recommends all swimmers to shower before entering the pool. than to visit the Cary Park District Pool. For • All swimmers with hair six inches or longer must have their hair tied back. your convenience, an extended daily pass will • Individuals with open sores or contagious diseases are not permitted to swim. Staff reserves right be available and must be purchased by a of judgment should a questionable condition occur. season pass holder. • Approved swim wear only. No cutoffs or T-shirts. • Food, beverages and coolers are limited to the concession area and may not be brought onto the pool deck. Fees are set as follows: • Water wings and infant chair float devices will be allowed in the tot pool only. Parents must $35.00 For one person remain in close proximity to the child. $10.00 for each additional person. • Pool capacity is limited by State Code. Pass is good for 14 days from the purchase • The Cary Park District is not responsible for loss or theft of personal belongings. date. • Children in diapers must wear approved “swim” diapers covered with plastic pants. • All other state and local health laws apply. 38 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Pool & Swim Lessons Swim Lesson Cancellations PARENTS, PLEASE READ! Always assume lessons will be held unless *SWIM LESSON RULES announced otherwise on the weather hotline. * Parents will not be allowed on the pool Cancellations due to inclement weather will deck during swim lessons. usually be made up on Fridays within the session, if possible. This will be the only * Picture/video taking will not be allowed option for make-ups. Never assume lessons are during swim lessons except for canceled. No make-ups or refunds if the designated times. Every Thursday, the participant does not show up for a scheduled last 15 minutes of lessons will be reserved lesson that is held. Please call the weather for parents to observe and take pictures hotline, (847) 639-6200 to verify. of their child’s progress. American Red Cross Learn to Swim Program: All courses will be taught by certified American SWIMMING LESSON SCHEDULE Red Cross Learn to Swim Program (A.R.C.) Water Safety Instructors and Lifeguards. The On the first day of each session a brief orientation will be held for the parents with children in student to instructor ratio will range from 1:1 to our lesson program. We will discuss the lesson plans and rain dates. The lesson coordinator will be available for questions and concerns. 1:8 depending on age group/skill level. Swimmer attendance is important in order to Session I...... June 11 – June 21 (rain day make-ups for this session are scheduled for June 15 & 22) insure proper skill development and level Session II..... June 25 – July 6* (rain day make-up for this session is scheduled on June 29) advancement. Session III....July 9 – July 19 (rain day make-ups for this session are scheduled on July 13 & 20) Session IV.... July 23 – August 2 (rain day make-ups for this session are scheduled on July 27 & August 3) Chilly Willy *Session II swim lessons will not meet on July 4 due to the Independence Holiday. Attention Special Note: Based on previous years’ registration randomization processing, registering Cary Park for a program in Session I, Session III or on Saturdays as your first choice may increase District the likelihood of receiving your first choice. Residents! Purchase your IPAP Infant and Preschool Level 1, Water Exploration pool pass by Aquatics Program Level 1 offers swimmers the first opportunity This program can help develop swim- to learn basic water exploration skills May 1, 2007 without a parent. Swimmers will learn water ming readiness by teaching children to and receive a have fun in the water. Through guided adjustment in group setting, supported float discount off the practice sessions, children learn skills on the front and back, supported kicking on the front and back, fully submerge face for 3 regular summer rates. such as water entry, bubble blowing, seconds and basic water safety skills. front kicking, back floating, underwater Required Skills: Willingness to get in the Chilly Willy Pass Rates exploration, and more. Required Skills: pool and put face in water. None. Taught in Tot Pool w/parent (before May 1, 2007) Bar Code: Session: Time: Adult (18 yrs +) Res. $45 Bar Code: Session: Time: 10670 I 9:45-10:20 am Family of 2 Res. $60 10664 I 9:45-10:20 am 10674 I 10:30-11:05 am 10665 I 10:30-11:05 am 10671 II* 9:45-10:20 am Each add’l family member Res. $21 10666 II* 9:45-10:20 am 10675 II* 10:30-11:05 am Senior 55+/Student (9-17 yrs) Res. $38 10667 II* 10:30-11:05 am 10672 III 9:45-10:20 am 10668 III 10:30-11:05 am 10676 III 10:30-11:05 am 10669 IV 10:30-11:05 am 10673 IV 9:45-10:20 am Pool Membership Fees 10677 IV 10:30-11:05 am (beginning May 1, 2007) Ages: 6 mos. - 2 yrs/11 mos. Adult (18 yrs +) Res. $50/75 NR w/parent Ages: 3 - 5 yrs. Fee: $40/60 NR Fee: $40/60 NR Family of 2 Res. $66/99 NR Max: 12 per program session Max: 16 per program session Each add’l family Res. $23/35 NR Days: Mon – Thurs X 2 weeks Days: Mon – Thurs X 2 weeks * Session II week one Mon-Thurs, * Session II week one Mon-Thurs, week two member week two Mon-Fri (no lessons Wed. Mon-Fri (no lessons July 4) Senior 55+/ Res. $42/63 NR July 4th) Student (9-17 yrs) www.carypark.com 39 Swim Lessons Level 3, Stroke Readiness Level 5, Stroke Refinement Swimmers must have completed Level 2 or Swimmers must have completed Level 4 or have equivalent skills. Swimmers will learn have equivalent skills. Swimmers will learn; to coordinate front and back crawl, 10 yards; breaststroke, 10 yards; sidestroke, 10 introduction of the elementary backstroke; yards; elementary backstroke, 25 yards; elementary backstroke kick, 10 yards and front crawl, 50 yards; backstroke, 50 yards treading water Required Skills: Level 2 and introduction of butterfly. Required skills, front and back crawl. Skills: Level 4 skills and all strokes. Bar Code: Session: Time: Beginning Diving 10689 I 9:45 – 10:20 am Bar Code: Session: Time: Students must be a deep-water swimmer. 10708 I 9:45 – 10:20 am 10693 I 10:30 – 11:05 am Body control and proper use of the spring- 10709 II* 9:45 – 10:20 am 10697 I 11:15 – 11:50 am board will be taught. Students will progress 10710 III 9:45 – 10:20 am 10690 II* 9:45 – 10:20 am according to their skill level and ability. 10711 IV 9:45 – 10:20 am 10694 II* 10:30 – 11:05 am Note: Make-ups for inclement weather will 10689 II* 11:15 – 11:50 am be Fridays. Ages: 8 & older or successful 10691 III 9:45 – 10:20 am completion of Level 4 10695 III 10:30 – 11:05 am Bar Code: Days: Dates: Fee: $40/60 NR 10699 III 11:15 – 11:50 am 10716 Tues/Thurs 6/12 – 6/28 Max: 16 per sessions 1 & 2, 10692 IV 9:45 – 10:20 am 10717 Tues/Thurs 7/10 – 7/26 12 per sessions 3 & 4 10696 IV 10:30 – 11:05 am Days: Mon – Thurs X 2 weeks Time: 11:15 – 11:50 am Ages: 6 yrs. & older or successful *Session II week one Mon-Thurs, week two Fee: $30/45NR completion of Level 2 Mon-Fri (no lessons Wed. July 4th) Min/Max: 6/15 Fee: $40/60 NR Max: 16 per program session Days: Mon – Thurs X 2 weeks Level 6, Stroke Proficiency Level 2, Primary Skills *Session II week one Mon-Thurs, week two Swimmers must have completed Level 5 or Swimmers must be comfortable in the water Mon-Fri (no lessons July 4) have equivalent skills. Swimmers will learn; without a parent and have completed Level 1 butterfly, 10 yards; sidestroke, 25 yards; or have equivalent skills. Swimmers will learn breaststroke, 50 yards; backstroke, 100 to retrieve objects under water; float and glide Level 4, Stroke Development yards; front crawl, 100 yards and on the front and back; combined stroke on Swimmers must have completed Level 3 or turns. Required Skills:Level 5 skills and front using kick and alternating arm action, 5 have equivalent skills. Swimmers will learn refined in all strokes. yards and deep water orientation with support. elementary backstroke, 10 yards; front and Required Skills: Level 1 skills, bubbles w/nose, back crawl, 25 yards; breaststroke kick, 10 Bar Code: Session: Time: Comfortable with being on front and back in yards; scissors kick, 10 yards; introduction 10712 I 10:30 – 11:05 am water. of the breaststroke and sidestroke; treading 10713 II* 10:30 – 11:05 am water, 2 minutes and standing front dive. 10714 III 10:30 – 11:05 am Bar Code: Session: Time: Required Skills: Level 3 skills, breast and 10715 IV 10:30 – 11:05 am 10678 I 9:45 – 10:20 am side stroke. 10682 I 10:30 – 11:05 am Ages: Successful completion of Level 5 10686 I 11:15 – 11:50 am Bar Code: Session: Time: Fee: $40/60 NR 10679 II* 9:45 – 10:20 am 10700 I 9:45 – 10:20 am Max: 8 per program session 10683 II* 10:30 – 11:05 am 10704 I 10:30 – 11:05 am Days: Mon – Thurs X 2 weeks 10687 II* 11:15 – 11:50 am 10701 II* 9:45 – 10:20 am * Session II week one Mon-Thurs, week 10680 III 9:45 – 10:20 am 10705 II* 10:30 – 11:05 am two Mon-Fri (no lessons Wed. July 4th) 10684 III 10:30 – 11:05 am 10702 III 9:45 – 10:20 am 10688 III 11:15 – 11:50 am 10706 III 10:30 – 11:05 am 10681 IV 9:45 – 10:20 am 10703 IV 9:45 – 10:20 am 10685 IV 10:30 – 11:05 am 10707 IV 10:30 – 11:05 am Ages: 4 yrs. & older Ages: 7 yrs. & older or successful Fee: $40/60 NR completion of Level 3 Max: 30 per program session Fee: $40/60 NR Days: Mon – Thurs X 2 weeks Max: 16 per program session * Session II week one Mon-Thurs, week two Days: Mon – Thurs X 2 weeks Mon-Fri (no lessons July 4) * Session II week one Mon-Thurs, week two Mon-Fri (no lessons July 4) 40 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Swim Lessons Saturday Swimming Lessons Swim lessons will be offered on Saturday morning for 8 weeks. See the previous pages for descriptions and required skills for each level. Day/Dates: Saturdays, June 9 – July 28 Fee: $40 / $60 NR Bar Code: Level: Time: Min/Max: 10718 IPAP 9:00 – 9:35 am 4/12 10719 IPAP 9:45 – 10:20 am 4/12 10720 Water Exploration 10:30 – 11:05 am 4/16 10721 Water Exploration 11:15 – 11:50 am 4/16 10722 Primary Skills 9:45 – 10:20 am 4/20 10723 Primary Skills 10:30 – 11:05 am 4/20 10724 Stroke Readiness 9:45 – 10:20 am 4/20 10725 Stroke Readiness 10:30 – 11:05 am 4/20 10726 Stroke Development 9:45 – 10:20 am 4/16 10727 Stroke Development 10:30 – 11:05 am 4/16 10728 Stroke Refinement 9:45 – 10:20 am 4/16 10729 Stroke Proficiency 9:45 – 10:20 am 4/8 Saturday Semi-Private Swim Lessons ARC Semi-Private Swim Lessons offer an individualized instruction NEW (class ratio is one instructor to five students) for all ability levels. All participants will be instructed in ARC level specific strokes /skills. Please see the regular season swim lesson pages for level descriptions. (4 classes) Ages: 4 yrs. & older Time: 11:10 – 11:55 am Fee: $55/83 NR American Red Cross (ARC) Bar Code: Session: Level: Dates: Min/Max: Pre-Season Semi-Private 10730 I Primary Skills 6/9 – 6/30 2/5 Swim Lessons 10731 I Primary Skills 6/9 – 6/30 2/5 Get a jump on summer swim lessons by 10732 I Stroke Readiness 6/9 – 6/30 2/5 taking this refresher class. Pre-Season Semi- 10733 I Stroke Readiness 6/9 – 6/30 2/5 Private swim lessons allow an opportunity 10734 I Stroke Development/ 6/9 – 6/30 2/5 for the first-time student or students who Stroke Refinement want to freshen up on their skills before signing up for regular season swim lessons. Bar Code: Session: Level: Dates: Min/Max: 10735 II Primary Skills 7/14 – 8/4 2/5 This program offers an individualized 10736 II Primary Skills 7/14 – 8/4 2/5 instruction (Class ratio is one instructor to 10737 II Stroke Readiness 7/14 – 8/4 2/5 five students) for all ability levels. All 10738 II Stroke Readiness 7/14 – 8/4 2/5 participants will be instructed in ARC level 10739 II Stroke Development/ 7/14 – 8/4 2/5 specific strokes/skills (please see the regular Stroke Refinement season swim lesson page for level descrip- tions). American Red Cross Lifeguarding Class Bar Code: Level Day: Dates: The American Red Cross Lifeguarding program provides lifeguards with the skills and 10740 2 M-Th 6/4 – 6/7 knowledge necessary to keep patrons of aquatic facilities safe in and around water. This 10741 2 M-Th 6/4 – 6/7 program includes a lifeguard training course with aquatic-specific first aid and cardiopul- 10742 3 M-Th 6/4 – 6/7 monary resuscitation (CPR) training. The primary purpose of the American Red Cross 10743 3 M-Th 6/4 – 6/7 Lifeguarding program is to provide entry-level lifeguard candidates with the skills and 10744 4&5 M-Th 6/4 – 6/7 knowledge to prevent, recognize, and respond to emergencies and to provide care for injuries and sudden illnesses until advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. Ages: 4 & older Bar Code: 10663 Fee: $55/83 NR Dates: Week 1: July 6 & 8 Time: 5:00 – 5:45 pm Week 2: July 9, 11, 13 & 15 Min/Max: 2/5 Days/Times: Sunday 10:00 am–3:00 pm Monday/Wednesday/Friday 5:00–10:00 pm Ages: 15 yrs. & older Location: Community Center Pool Fee: $170 Min/Max: 10/20 www.carypark.com 41 Swim Lessons & Teens SWIM LESSONS continued American Red Cross (ARC) Private Swim Lessons Private swim lessons offer a “one-to-one” instruction (class ratio is one instructor to one student) for all ability levels and ages. All participants will be instructed in ARC level specific strokes /skills (please see the regular season swim lesson page for level descriptions). (4 meetings). Call the Park District at (847) 639-6100 for more information. Bar Code: Day: Dates: Ages: 4 yrs. & older all ability levels 10745 Wed 6/6 – 6/27 Time: Wednesday: 5:00 – 5:45 pm 10746 Wed 7/11 – 8/1 Tue/Thur: 11:15am-12:00pm 10747 Tue/Thur 6/12 – 6/21 Min/Max: 1/4 10748 Tue/Thur 7/10 – 7/19 Fee: $95/143 NR 10749 Tue/Thur 7/24 – 8/2 TEENS American Red Cross (ARC) Semi-Private Swim Lessons ARC Semi-Private Swim Lessons offer an individualized instruction (class ratio is one Paintball Trip NEW Spend a fun-filled day with your friends and instructor to five students) for all ability levels. All participants will be instructed in teens from other local agencies when we ARC level specific strokes /skills (please see the regular season swim lesson page for compete against each other at the Challenge level descriptions). (4 meetings) Park X treme in Joliet. The fee includes Bar Code: Session: Level Days: Dates: admission to the park, 500 paintballs, rental of 10750 I 2 Mon/Wed 6/11 – 6/20 face mask and marker with hopper, ammo 10751 I 2 Mon/Wed 6/11 – 6/20 pouch with 2 pods, transportation, 10752 I 3 Mon/Wed 6/11 – 6/20 chaperones and tons of fun! A signed parent 10753 I 3 Mon/Wed 6/11 – 6/20 waiver must be filled out in advance. Long 10754 I 4 & Up Mon/Wed 6/11 – 6/20 sleeve shirts and pants required - no shorts. Teens should bring lunch, water, and extra 10755 II 2 Mon/Wed 7/9 – 7/18 money for more paintballs. Transportation 10756 II 2 Mon/Wed 7/9 – 7/18 leaves from and returns to the Community 10757 II 3 Mon/Wed 7/9 – 7/18 Center. 10758 II 3 Mon/Wed 7/9 – 7/18 Bar Code: 11078 10759 II 4 + Up Mon/Wed 7/9 – 7/18 Grades 6th - 9th grades Date & Day: June 20, Wednesday 10760 III 2 Mon/Wed 7/23 – 8/1 Time: 9:00 am-5:00 pm 10761 III 2 Mon/Wed 7/23 – 8/1 Fees: $55/83 NR 10762 III 3 Mon/Wed 7/23 – 8/1 Min/Max: 5/12 10763 III 3 Mon/Wed 7/23 – 8/1 Deadline: June 4 10764 III 4 + Up Mon/Wed 7/23 – 8/1 America’s Action 10765 IV 2 Fri 6/15 – 7/6 Territory Fun Park 10766 IV 2 Fri 6/15 – 7/6 Join your friends and teens from other local 10767 IV 3 Fri 6/15 – 7/6 agencies for a day of fun. This fun park is on 10768 IV 3 Fri 6/15 – 7/6 11 acres in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The trip will 10769 IV 4 + Up Fri 6/15 – 7/6 include admission for go karts, mini golf, jump shot basketball and tokens for the arcade 10770 V 2 Fri 7/13 – 8/3 room or batting cages. Also available is a 10771 V 2 Fri 7/13 – 8/3 concession stand and video/redemption 10772 V 3 Fri 7/13 – 8/3 games. The fee includes the attractions listed 10773 V 3 Fri 7/13 – 8/3 above, transportation, chaperones and a lot 10774 V 4 + Up Fri 7/13 – 8/3 of fun. Teens should bring extra money for snacks and additional games and activities. Ages: 4 yrs. & older Time: 5:00 – 5:45 pm Transportation leaves from and returns to Min/Max: 2/5 Fee: $55/83 NR the Community Center. Rain day for Sessions I, II & III is the second Thursday of each Mon/Wed session. Bar Code: 11080 Rain day for Session IV is Thursday, July 5. Grades: 6th - 9th grades Rain day for Session V is Thursday, July 26. Date & Day: June 26, Tuesday Time: 9:00 am-4:00 pm Fee: $20/30 NR Min/Max: 5/12 Deadline: June 15 42 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Teens Skate Park Trip SAVE YOUR PROGRAMS! (Geneva & St. Charles) Join us for a day of high flying action as we visit two parks in one day! The first PLEASE REGISTER BY stop will be to The Skate Park in Geneva THE DEADLINE and then onto St. Charles on our way back TO AVOID CANCELLATION home. Each park’s unique design will challenge you to perfect your old moves Overnight Canoe Trip NEW and work on some new ones too. Both parks are outdoors and some features will Join the Cary Park District and other teens include a quarter pipe, a T box, a straight from around Illinois for an exciting grind rail and a half pyramid. The trip is Magic Waters Water Park adventure trip. We will travel to Sauk City, open to both rollerbladers and skate- Spend a fun-filled day with your WI and canoe a 21-mile scenic stretch of the boarders. All participants must follow the friends and teens from other local Wisconsin River. The first day will consist rules and polices established by the agencies when we road trip to Magic of canoeing approximately 12 miles and facilities. The fee includes chaperones, Waters in Rockford. There’s something setting up camp along the river. After a transportation and fun! These parks for everyone with water slides, tube busy day we will enjoy a cookout meal, play require that proper protective equipment slides, a wave pool, lazy river, sand games and relax by the fire. The second day such as helmets, elbow pads, knee pads, volleyball courts and the Splash Magic will consist of packing up camp, canoeing etc. be used during skating activities. We Island’s Castaway Adventure. The fee the final 9 miles and heading back home. will stop for dinner on the way home. includes transportation, admission to The fee includes canoe rental, food, t-shirt, Participants need to bring water, snacks the water park, chaperones and a lot of transportation and chaperones. A manda- and extra money for dinner. fun. Teens should bring extra money tory pre-trip meeting for parents and teens Transportation leaves from and returns to for snacks and tube rental. will be held in early August. Transportation the Community Center. Transportation leaves from and leaves from and returns to the Community returns to the Community Center. Center Bar Code: 11079 Grades: 6th-9th grades Bar Code: 11080 Bar Code: 11081 Grades: 6th - 12th grades Date & Day: July 11, Wednesday Grades: 6th - 9th grades Time: 11:00 am-8:00 pm Dates & Days: 8/8-8/9, Wednesday Date & Day: July 17, Tuesday & Thursday Fee: $5/8 NR Time: 9:00 am-5:00 pm Min/Max: 5/12 Departure Time: 6:00 am (times are approx.) Fees: $25/38 NR Return Time: 6:00 pm Deadline: July 4 Min/Max: 5/12 Fee: $80/120 NR Deadline: July 1 Min/Max: 4/10 Skate Park Trip Deadline: July 16 (McHenry) Splish Splash Summer Bash Teen Lock-in Join us for a day of high flying action at (At Crystal Lake Main Beach) one of the local favorites - McHenry Zone End your summer in style! The night will Have a blast with your friends and begin with a scavenger hunt and then Skate & Bike Park. This skate park is other local teens enjoying a ton of outside and features both a wooden and swimming at the pool. After you have great activities. This event is hosted worked up an appetite, we’ll move inside the cement section. Can you master the bowl? by the Crystal Lake Park District and is The trip is open to both rollerbladers and Community Center for food and friendly offered in cooperation with surrounding competition. Contests will include free skateboarders. All participants must park districts. Activities include a DJ, follow the rules and polices established by throw shooting, foosball, pool, dancing and bungee run, dunk tank, climbing wall more. Also enjoy movies, karaoke, cards, the facility. The fee includes chaperones, and more. The fee includes activities at transportation and fun! This park requires volleyball, dancing and your friends. The Main Beach, transportation, fitness and weight rooms will not be helmets with chin straps, and other proper chaperones and fun! We will be protective equipment is strongly available for use. The fee includes pool stopping for dinner on the way home, admission, food, chaperones and fun. Once recommended. We will stop for dinner on so participants should bring some extra the way home. Participants need to bring you arrive for the evening, you will not be money. Transportation leaves from able to leave unless accompanied by a water, snacks and extra money for dinner. and returns to the Community Center. Transportation leaves from and returns to parent or guardian. Sorry, no pool passes the Community Center. accepted for this event. Bar Code: 11083 Grades: 6th - 8th grades Bar Code: 11081 Bar Code: 11082 Date & Day: July 19, Thursday* Grades: 6th - 9th grades Grades: 6th-9th grades Time: 11:30-5:00 pm Date & Day: August 18, Saturday Date & Day: August 1, Wednesday Fee: $20/30 NR Time: 6:30 pm-12:30 am Time: 11:00 am-8:00 pm Min/Max: 5/12 Location: Community Center Fee: $5/8 NR Deadline: July 6 Fee: $20/30 NR Min/Max: 5/12 *Raindate will be July 26 Min/Max: 15/50 Deadline: July 25 Deadline: August 10 www.carypark.com 43 Teens & Youth Athletics T-Ball (Major leaguers) This low-key approach to baseball and softball is a great way to introduce boys and girls to America’s national pastime. Children will learn the fundamentals of throwing, catching, hitting, and base running. Players will be placed on a team prior to the first practice. Friendship requests will be honored if received by 5:00 pm, Friday, May 27th. Each player will receive a team shirt, hat, and participation award. Practice may take place on picture day. Bar Code: Dates: Days: Time: 11001 June 13 – August 8* Wednesdays 9:00 – 10:30 am TEENS 11002 June 16 - August 11** Saturdays 9:00 – 10:30 am *No meeting on Wednesday, July 4; Picture Day is scheduled on June 20. “Fight like a Girl” NEW **No meeting on Saturday, July 7 due to Cary Days; Picture Day is scheduled on June 23. Self Defense Ages: 5-8yrs. (Must be 5 by June 13) Assault….no women is immune, yet few are Location: Lions Park Softball Fields prepared. Women who resist their attackers Practice Rain Date: August 15, Wednesday, August 18, Saturday are twice as likely to escape injury; the key is Fees: $54/81 NR to learn how to resist effectively. The “Fight like a Girl” program is designed to do just Min/Max: 30/150 that, with our team of female and male instructors. The key of this program is to use T-Ball Teammate Request the strengths of a woman against the Cary Park District staff will be creating the individual teams prior to the first day of weaknesses of a male attacker with valuable T-Ball. If you wish for your child to be on the same team as a friend or car pool companion, hands-on experience for fighting off “the bad please fill out this form. The request may only be made for up to four friends on one team. guy”. Find your inner power and fighting The line marked #1 should be the parent making the request. spirit and learn how to become the “victor” instead of the “victim”. No experience is Parent Name Child Name Child Age Phone Number Program Bar Code necessary and open to all ages – a great mother-daughter program! Wear comfortable 1)_____________________________________________________________________ clothing, all props provided. 2)_____________________________________________________________________ Level 1 Bar Code: 11176 3)_____________________________________________________________________ Date & Day: 7/11 & 7/18, Wednesday Time: 7:30-9:00 pm 4)_____________________________________________________________________ Bar Code: 11177 Every attempt will be made to honor teammate requests; however, due to participation Date & Day: 7/15 & 7/22, Sunday numbers in certain programs, the program supervisor may move participants in order to Time: 9:00-10:30 am balance out teams. T-Ball Teammate Requests must be returned to the Cary Park District by 5:00 pm on May 25, 2007. Level 2 Bar Code: 11178 Date & Day: 7/25 & 8/1, Wednesday Youth Mini Sports Camp Time: 7:30-9:00 pm * Level 1 is a prerequisite for participation in Here’s your chance to get out and participate in all your favorite sports activities this summer. Level 2 Softball, basketball, soccer, and volleyball are a few of the activities planned. Playing games and having fun will be the main emphasis. This program is held “rain or shine” and will meet Ages: 14 yrs-Adults each day in front of the Preschool building at Lions Park. Please bring sunscreen, bug spray Location: Community Center and a bottle of water each day. Instructor: Focus Martial Arts staff Fee: $75/113 NR Session: Bar Code: Dates: Days: Times: $65/98 NR per person I 11003 June 18 – 22 Monday – Friday 9:30 – 11:00 am of mother/daughter team II 11004 July 23 – 27 Monday – Friday 9:30 – 11:00 am $65/98 NR per session Register for Level 1 & 2 Ages: 6-10 yrs. at same time Location: Lions Park $60/90 NR per person FOR WEATHER RELATED Fees: $34/51 NR of mother/daughter team for CANCELLATIONS Min/Max: 8/20 Levels 1 & 2 registered for PLEASE CALL: at same time. (847) 639-6200 Min/Max: 8/16 44 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Youth Athletics Gymnastics The Cary Gymnastics Center is dedicated to enhancing the sport of gymnastics for every participant in a positive manner. A safe and educational environment is our primary goal. Cary Gymnastics Center is located at 600 Industrial Drive Unit I, Cary IL. Registration must be accepted at the Cary Park District at least one week prior to the start of the program. Boys Dynamo Tumbling Boys ages 6-7 years old. This is general a program that is designed This program is designed for cheerleaders, gymnasts and tumblers to cover the basics of boys gymnastics which are age appropriate. who want to improve their tumbling skills. Novice will focus on All pieces of boys gymnastic equipment will be used handstands, cartwheels and backbends. Intermediate will work on round offs, walkovers and beginning handsprings. Advanced Session I tumblers must be able to perform handsprings without a spotter. Bar Code: Days: Dates: Times: Session I Bar Code: Level: Days: Dates: Times: 10971 Tuesday 6/12 – 7/10 10:00 – 11:00 am 10979 All Levels Tues 6/12 – 7/ 10 11:00 am – 12:00 pm 10981 All Levels Wed* 6/13 – 7/11 3:30 – 4:30 pm 10973 Thursday 6/14 – 7/12 10:00 – 11:00 am 10983 All Levels Thurs 6/14 – 7/12 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Session II Session II Bar Code: 10980 All Levels Tues 7/17 – 8/14 11:00 am – 12:00 pm 10972 Tuesday 7/17 – 8/14 10:00 – 11:00 am 10982 All Levels Wed 7/18 – 8/15 3:30 – 4:30 pm 10984 All Levels Thurs 7/19 – 8/16 11:00 am – 12:00 pm 10974 Thursday 7/19 – 8/16 10:00 – 11:00 am Ages: 6 yrs & older Fee: $70/$105 NR Fee: $70/$105 NR Location: Cary Gymnastics Center *$60/$90 NR No class July 4th Min/Max: 3/4 Location: Cary Gymnastics Center Min/Max: 3/4 Progressive Girls This program is designed to improve flexibility, coordination, balance and self-esteem. Lessons are devised from U.S.A.G. curriculum. To ensure proper placement please call The Cary Gymnastics Academy at 847-516-1064. Session I Bar Code: Level: Days: Dates: Times: 10975 Beginner/Intermediate Tuesday 6/12 – 7/10 10:00 – 11:00 am 10977 Beginner/Intermediate Thursday 6/14 – 7/12 10:00 – 11:00 am Session II 10976 Beginner/Intermediate Tuesday 7/17 – 8/14 10:00 – 11:00 am 10978 Beginner/Intermediate Thursday 7/19 – 8/16 10:00 – 11:00 am Ages: 6 yrs & older Fee: $70/$105 NR Location: Cary Gymnastics Center Min/Max: 3/4 Cary Lacrosse The fastest sport on two feet is here in Cary! Individuals will be instructed on skill development, small group drills and game simulations. All levels of ability are welcome. Basic rules and game strategy will also be covered. Heath McFaul, named the 2005 Illinois Lacrosse Coach of the Year will provide a safe atmosphere that encourages sportsmanship, fair play and excellent instruction. Participants are required to bring a mouth guard, sun screen and water bottle, all other supplies will be provided by the Park District. Each participant will receive a Cary Lacrosse T-shirt. The first class will meet at the Cary Park District Community Center for a parent/participant information session and “chalk talk”. All other classes will be held at Lions Park. In the event of questionable weather/rain-outs, please call the Weather Hotline (847) 639-6200 to check the status of lessons. Bar Code: Age: Dates: Days: Times Location: Lions Park Ball Fields 10661 8-12 6/11 – 8/1 Mon. & Wed. 3:30-4:30 pm Drop off/Pick up: Lions Park upper 10662 13-17 6/11 – 8/1 Mon. & Wed. 4:30-5:30 pm parking lot Fees: $85/128 NR Please note: There will be no class scheduled July 2 & 4 Min/Max: 6/30 due to Independence Day & Cary Days. Instructor: Heath McFaul www.carypark.com 45 Youth & Adult Athletics Horseback Riding Lessons Learn basic horseback riding in these Youth Beginner lessons. The first part of the lesson is spent on grooming and tacking up procedures. Fundamentals of hunt seat equitation are taught by our staff of professional instructors. The second part of the lesson is spent in the saddle learning balance, muscle control, control of the horse and gaining confidence. The number of participants per program will affect, and may decrease, the advertised program time. Helmets are provided and must be worn. Proper attire is long pants with leather tie-on shoes or pull-on boots (no tennis shoes). Release forms must be signed by the child’s parent/ guardian. Alternative times are available for students on a wait list. For more information contact the Park District at (847) 639-6100. All lessons are held at the Crystal Manor Stables, Horseback 5116 Mt. Thabor Road, Woodstock, IL 60098 Riding Bar Code: Days: Dates: Times: Day Camp 10782 Monday 6/4 – 6/25 4:00-5:30 pm Horseback riding is a 10784 Monday 7/2– 7/23 4:00-5:30 pm unique educational 10785 Monday 7/30 – 8/20 4:00-5:30 pm opportunity for horse enthusiasts – including 10783 Monday 6/4 – 6/25 5:00-6:30 pm BEGINNERS! Students 10786 Monday 7/2 – 7/23 5:00-6:30 pm learn general horse 10787 Monday 7/30 – 8/20 5:00-6:30 pm care, correct handling 10788 Tuesday 6/5 – 6/26 4:00-5:30 pm of horses, stable 10789 Tuesday 7/3 – 7/24 4:00-5:30 pm routine, anatomy and breeds of the horse. Hunt 10790 Tuesday 7/31 – 8/21 4:00-5:30 pm seat equitation is taught at each student’s level of riding. A special mini horse show is held on 10791 Tuesday 6/5 – 6/26 6:00-7:30 pm the last day of class. Choose from several 10793 Tuesday 7/3 – 7/24 6:00-7:30 pm different camp offerings. Long pants, hard-soled 10794 Tuesday 7/31 – 8/21 6:00-7:30 pm shoes or boots required. A LEGAL GUARDIAN 10795 Thursday 6/7 – 6/28 4:30-6:00 pm must sign a waiver BEFORE the first class. 10796 Thursday 7/5 – 7/26 4:30-6:00 pm Bar Code: Days: Dates: 10797 Thursday 8/2 – 8/23 4:30-6:00 pm 10807 Mon – Fri 6/11 – 6/15 10798 Saturday 6/9– 6/30 2:30-4:00 pm 10808 Mon – Fri 6/18 – 6/22 10799 Saturday 7/7 – 7/28 2:30-4:00 pm 10809 Mon – Fri 6/9 – 7/13 10800 Saturday 8/4 – 8/25 2:30-4:00 pm 10810 Mon – Fri 7/30 – 8/3 10812 Mon – Fri 8/6 – 8/10 10801 Saturday 6/9 – 6/30 3:30-5:00 pm 10802 Saturday 7/7 – 7/28 3:30-5:00 pm Ages: 7-16 yrs. 10803 Saturday 8/4 – 8/25 3:30-5:00 pm Level: Beginner 10804 Saturday 6/9 – 6/30 4:30-6:00 pm Time: 11:00 - 2:00 pm 10805 Saturday 7/7 – 7/28 4:30-6:00 pm Location: Crystal Manor Stables 10806 Saturday 8/4 – 8/25 4:30-6:00 pm 5116 Mt. Thabor Road Woodstock, IL 60098 Youth: 7 - 16 yrs. Level: Youth Beginner Fee: $188/282 NR Location: Crystal Manor Stables, 5116 Mt. Thabor Road, Woodstock, IL 60098 Min/Max: 1/2 Fee: $94/141NR Min/Max: 1/2 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Fall Softball League Registration begins Monday, August 2 for all teams interested in competing in any of our five (5) softball leagues – Women’s 11”, Men’s 12” & the NEW Men’s Double Header League. All leagues are sanctioned National Softball Association (NSA). All games are played at Lions Park. All leagues will play a minimum of 10 games. The number of teams registered in a particular league will determine league formats. Post-season playoffs are planned for all leagues. Information packets will be available at the Park District on July 5. For additional information call (847) 639-6100. Bar Code: Day: (begins) Men/Women Level Fee Min/Max: 6/12 10645 Mon (Aug. 20) Women’s Recreational $450 There is a $12.00 per player Out of 10646 Mon (Aug. 20) *NEW! Men’s Double Header Recreational $450 District Fee (max of $120 per team) that 10647 Tue (Aug. 21) Men’s Recreational $450 is due the start of each team’s second 10648 Thurs (Aug 23) Men’s Recreational $450 game. 10649 Fri (Aug 24) Men’s Competitive $450 An additional late fee of $25 will be charged to teams who submit Out of 10650 Out of District Fee $12.00 per player Max of $120 per team District Fees after this date. CHECK OUT YOUR LEAGUE SCORES, STATS, RULES, TOURNAMENT INFO AND MORE ON THE ONLINE SCOREBOARD AT www.carypark.com 46 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Youth & Adult Athletics Youth Tennis Structured lessons emphasize attention and patience, which will surely make you an “Ace” in no time. Game rules, practice format techniques and match strategies are reviewed throughout the program. Interested persons should register early. In the past, the tennis program has had a tendency to fill up quickly. Participants are required to bring a can of tennis balls to the first lesson. Lessons will be held at Veterans Park Tennis Courts. (Please note: Courts have been repaired). In the event of questionable weather/rain-outs, please call the Weather Hotline (847) 639- 6200 to check the status of lessons. Lesson Plans: Beginner: Grip, body position, how to a play game, volleying. Tennis fundamentals taught and reviewed; Zero-two previous lessons. Intermediate: Review previously taught strokes and learn correct court positioning. Learn forehand, backhand, overheads, lobs, and serve; Two years of lessons. Bar Code: Level: Age: Days: Dates: Times: 10630 Beg. 4-8 Wed* 6/13-8/1 9:00-9:30 am 10631 Beg. 4-8 Wed* 6/13-8/1 9:30-10:00 am 10632 Beg. 9 - 12 Wed* 6/13-8/1 10:00-10:45 am 10633 Beg. 9 - 12 Wed* 6/13-8/1 10:45-11:30 am 10634 Inter. 9 & older Wed* 6/13-8/1 11:30 am-12:15 pm Adult Racquetball Leagues 10635 Beg. 4-8 Thurs* 6/14-8/2 9:00-9:30 am Matches will be played once a week on 10636 Beg. 4-8 Thurs* 6/14-8/2 9:30-10:00 am scheduled nights. Standings will be kept 10637 Beg. 9 - 12 Thurs* 6/14-8/2 10:00-10:45 am throughout the season and the top players in 10638 Beg. 9 - 12 Thurs* 6/14-8/2 10:45-11:30 am each league will receive awards. The number 10639 Inter. 9 & older Thurs* 6/14-8/2 11:30 am-12:15 pm of participants in each league will determine Location: Veterans Park Tennis Court (Park located on Route 14 in Cary) the length of season and league format. All Access tennis courts from Park Avenue. matches will be played at the Community Center. Fees: $64/96 NR (4 – 8 yrs) $67/100 NR (9 – 12 yrs & 9 yrs & older) Min/Max: 4/12 *No games scheduled on September 3 due to *No lessons scheduled July 4 & 5 due to Independence Day. Labor Day. Code: Day: (begins) Time: Division: Adult Tennis 10643 Mon (7/9)* 6:30 pm “B” These lessons are designed to introduce the game of tennis to everybody. Even if you 10644 Tues (7/10) 6:30 pm “A” have never picked up a tennis racquet before, we will turn you into an “Ace” in no time. We want you to learn basic strokes, sharpen your skills, and improve your game. Fee: RES/NR Pass holder: $40 All participants are required to bring their own racquet and a can of tennis balls to the Non-pass holder: $55/83 NR first lesson. Lessons will be held at Veterans Park Tennis Courts (Please note: Courts have been repaired). In the event of questionable weather/rain-outs, please call the Min/Max: 4/12 Players Weather Hotline (847) 639-6200 to check the status of lessons. Tai Chi Tai Chi is a powerful but gentle exercise for Beginner: Zero-two previous lessons. Intermediate: One year of lessons. both body and mind. Its graceful, continuous movements will relax your muscles, while Bar Code: Level: Days: Dates: Times: calming and focusing your mind. 10640 Beg. Wed* 6/13-8/1 4:30-5:30 pm (Great time slot for Bar Code: Day: Dates: Time: teenagers!) Session I 10641 Beg. Wed* 6/13-8/1 5:30-6:30 pm 10878 Tue* 5/15 – 6/26 7:00 – 8:00 pm 10642 Int. Wed* 6/13-8/1 6:30-7:30 pm Bar Code: Session II Age: 13 yrs. & Older 10879 Tue 7/10 – 8/14 7:00 – 8:00 pm Location: Veterans Park Tennis Court Fees: $70/$105 NR * No classes May 26 – 30 due to Memorial Min/Max: 6/8 Day weekend Age: 8 yrs. & older *No lessons scheduled July 4th due to the Location: Community Center Independence Day. Fee: Individual $45/68 NR Add’l Family Member $30/45 NR Min/Max: 3/15 www.carypark.com 47 Youth & Adult Athletics Kon Jo Shotokan Karate Shotokan Karate is a Japanese style of martial arts. The maxims of this style are: Character, Sincerity, Effort, Etiquette and Self-control. It is the goal to practice these maxims in every part of this program. Li’l Champs Pre-Karate Location: Community Center Ages: 5-7 yrs. Fee: $45/68 NR Individual Through a variety of fun creative activities students will develop $30/45 NR Add’l Family Member coordination, strength, and safety in a well-supervised setting. The students will grow in self-confidence as they succeed in learning $60/90 NR Individual Wed & Sat - karate. Values of discipline and self control will be stressed in an twice a week accepting environment. $45/68 NR Add’l Family Member Bar Code: Session I Dates: Time: Wed. & Sat. - twice a week 10820 Tues* 5/15–6/26 5:00–5:45 pm Min/Max: 3/15 (based on once a week participation) 10821 Wed* 5/16–6/27 5:00–5:45 pm 1/5 (based on twice a week participation) 10822 Sat * 5/19–6/30 9:00–9:45 am 10823 Wed/Sat* 5/16–6/30 (Twice a week participation) Adult Karate Ages: 16 yrs. & older. Min/Max: 3/20 Bar Code: Session II Bar Code Dates Days Time 10824 Tues 7/10–8/14 5:00–5:45 pm 10872 5/16-6/27 Wednesday* 7:00-7:55 pm 10825 Wed 7/11–8/15 5:00–5:45 pm 10873 7/11-8/15 Wednesday 7:00-7:55 pm 10826 Sat 7/14–8/18 9:00–9:45 am 10827 Wed/Sat 7/11–8/18 (Twice a week participation) * No class May 30 due to Memorial Day weekend & July 4 for Independence Day. * No classes May 26 – 30 due to Memorial Day weekend Youth Karate Ages: 8 yrs. & older Family Karate Ages: 8 yrs. & older w/parent Each student will develop strength, coordination, agility and a This is a golden opportunity for parents and children to learn together. positive self-image. The value of willpower will be stressed. Children can see their parents as lifetime learners. Parents can show the Students will be respected as individuals and their values of discipline, self-respect, and strong effort, by learning with their accomplishments will be recognized. children. Each family member must register separately. Please note: Youth Karate and Family Karate train together. * No classes May 26 – 30 due to Memorial Day holiday weekend Youth Family Bar Code Bar Code Day Dates Time Li’l Tigers Karate Session I Session I This is a great program for the beginner student 10828 10862 Tues* 5/15 – 6/26 6:00 – 6:55 pm or for the student who needs to develop a 10829 10863 Wed* 5/16 – 6/27 6:00 – 6:55 pm longer attention span. 10830 10864 Sat* 5/19 – 6/30 9:00 – 9:55 am Bar Code: Days: Dates: Time: (Beginners only, green belt & under) 10874 Tues* 5/15 – 6/26 4:30–5:00 pm 10831 10865 Sat* 5/19 – 6/30 10:00 – 10:55 am (Blue belt & up only) 10875 Wed* 5/16 – 6/27 4:30–5:00 pm 10832 10866 Wed/Sat* 5/16 – 6/30 6:00 – 6:55 pm (Wed)/either Sat time Bar Code: Session II Session II 10876 Tues 7/10 – 8/14 4:30–5:00 pm 10833 10867 Tues 7/10 – 8/14 6:00 – 6:55 pm 10877 Wed 7/11 – 8/15 4:30–5:00 pm 10834 10868 Wed 7/11 – 8/15 6:00 – 6:55 pm * No classes May 26 – 30 due to Memorial Day 10835 10869 Sat 7/14 – 8/18 9:00 – 9:55 am weekend (Beginners only, green belt & under) 10836 10870 Sat 7/14 – 8/18 10:00 – 10:55 am (Blue belt & up only) Age: 4-5 yrs. Location: Community Center 10837 10871 Wed/Sat 7/11 – 8/18 6:00 – 6:55 pm (Wed)/either Sat time Fee: $25/38 NR Min/Max: 3/15 Youth Karate Camp This camp is designed for serious karate students wanting to perfect their skills. This program is also a great introduction for a beginner Li’l Tigers Karate Camp NEW This camp is designed for that motivated karate student who wants to get an understanding of karate in a short amount of time. Students to be very good at karate. Students will gain self-confidence by will gain self confidence by learning values of discipline and self learning values of discipline and self control taught in a fun and control taught in a fun and accepting environment. Please bring a accepting environment. Students will also learn to write Kanjis bottle of water each day. (Japanese Writing). There will be a break time for drinks and snack. Bar Code: Days: Dates: Time: Please bring a bottle of water each day. 10880 Mon-Fri 6/18 – 6/22 12:30 – 2:00pm Bar Code: Days: Dates: Time: 10881 Mon-Fri 7/16 – 7/20 12:30 – 2:00pm 10882 Mon-Fri 6/18–6/22 10:00-11:00 am Age: 6 -14 yrs. Location: Community Center Age: 4-5 yrs. Location: Community Center Fee: $50/75 NR Fee: $35/53 NR Min/Max: 6/15 (based on once a week participation) Min/Max: 6/15 48 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Youth & Adult Athletics Tae Kwon Do Tae Kwon Do (TKD) is a Korean martial art, which translates to “the way of the fist and foot”. Increased coordination, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance are just a few of the physical benefits. Not only is Tae Kwon Do an excellent method of self-defense, but also it is a way of life. By extending this art to all aspects of life, the true practitioner will develop an overall healthy lifestyle through the traditional philosophical approach achieving balance and harmony of the body and mind. Registration must be accepted at the Cary Park District at least one week prior to the start of the program. All of the following TKD programs will include instruction of kicks, blocks and punches with the traditional mind-body disciplines of respect, preseverance and Adult Tae Kwon Do: Ages: 14 yrs. & older self-control. Once these basics are mastered, combination techniques and The physical, mental and spiritual way to relieve the stress of your multiple step forms will improve concentration and agility regardless of one’s busy day! Increase your flexibility, strength and endurance with a age. The TKD training experience becomes a personal developmental program for both young and old as one works toward his/her goal in belt development. great workout designed for any fitness level. Bar Code Days Dates: Time: Location: Lee’s Martial Arts Academy 10913 Tuesday 5/22 - 7/10 7:30-8:20 pm 678 Northwest Highway, Cary 10914 Thursday 5/24 - 7/12 7:30-8:20 pm 10915 Saturday 5/26 - 7/14 11:00-11:50 am Fee: $89/134 NR (based on once a week) 10917 Tue/Thur 5/22 - 7/12 7:30-8:20 pm $175/263 NR (based on twice a week) 10916 Tue/Sat 5/22 - 7/14 Tue 7:30-8:20 pm Min/Max: 1/12 Sat 11:00-11:50 am 10918 Thur/Sat 5/24 - 7/14 Thur 7:30-8:20 pm Sat 11:00-11:50 am Pee Wee Tae Kwon Do: Ages: 3 - 6 yrs. Min/Max: 1/15 Bar Code Days Dates Basic kicks, blocks and punches make exercise fun while defining 10919 Tuesday 7/17 - 9/4 7:30-8:20 pm motor skills, coordination, and balance. Physical exercise com- 10920 Thursday 7/19 - 9/6 7:30-8:20 pm bined with the traditional disciplines allows the true TKD students 10921 Saturday 7/21 - 9/8 11:00-11:50 am know how to behave in any place at any time. Please note: Children 10922 Tue/Thur 7/17 - 9/6 7:30-8:20 p.m should be toilet trained and out of diapers prior to attending first 10923 Tue/Sat 7/17 - 9/8 Tue 7:30-8:20 pm program meeting. Sat 11:00-11:50 am Bar Code: Days: Dates: Times: 10924 Thur/Sat 7/19 - 9/8 Thurs 7:30-8:20 pm 10883 Mon* 5/21 – 7/ 9 4:00-4:45 pm Sat 11:00-11:50 am 10884 Wed* 5/23 – 7/11 4:00-4:45 pm 10885 Mon & Wed* 5/21 – 7/11 4:00-4:45 pm Session II *No class Monday, May 28 due to Memorial Day & Wednesday, July 4 Bar Code: Days: Dates: Times: due to Independence Day. 10886 Mon** 7/16 – 9/3 4:00-4:45 pm 10887 Wed 7/18 – 9/5 4:00-4:45 pm **No class Monday, Sept. 3 due to Labor Day. 10888 Mon & Wed** 7/16 – 9/5 4:00-4:45 pm Youth Tae Kwon Do: Ages: 7-13 yrs. Family Tae Kwon Do: Ages: 7-13 yrs. w/parent Traditional values of respect for others and utilizing The family that kicks together sticks together! This is an excellent opportunity non-violent attitude to build good character and social to eliminate the tensions of a busy day and spend quality time with your kids. responsibility are just a few experiences this program Each family member must be registered separately and pay a registration fee. has to offer. Youth Family Bar Code Bar Code Days Dates Times 10889 10901 Tuesday 5/22 – 7/10 5:40-6:30 pm 10890 10902 Thursday 5/24 – 7/12 5:40–6:30 pm 10891 10903 Saturday 5/26 – 7/14 11:00-11:50 am 10892 10904 Tue/Thur 5/22 – 7/12 5:40-6:30 pm Please note: 10893 10905 Tue/Sat 5/22 – 7/14 5:40-6:30 pm & 11:00-11:50 am Youth Tae Kwon Do and 10894 10906 Thur/Sat 5/24 – 7/14 5:40-6:30 pm & 11:00-11:50 am Family Tae Kwon Do train together. 10895 10907 Tuesday 7/17 – 9/4 5:40-6:30 pm 10896 10908 Thursday 7/19 – 9/6 5:40–6:30 pm 10897 10909 Saturday 7/21 – 9/8 11:00-11:50 am 10898 10910 Tue/Thur 7/17 – 9/6 5:40-6:30 pm 10899 10911 Tue/Sat 7/17 – 9/8 5:40-6:30 pm & 11:00-11:50 am 10900 10912 Thur/Sat 7/19 – 9/8 5:40-6:30 pm & 11:00-11:50 am www.carypark.com 49 Senior Special Interest August Kraus Senior Center a facility of the Cary Park District 441 W. Main Street, Cary, IL 60013 (847) 639-8118 Building Hours Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 am. - 1:30 pm Watch for details on upcoming activities in the Kraus Senior Center Newsletter. Need a copy? Call (847) 639-8118. Golden Diners Lunch Program Craft Club Enjoy a hot lunch at the Senior Center. The Salvation Army Club members will share ideas and lead a variety of craft sponsors the Golden Diners Lunch Program. Lunch is served projects. The cost of supplies will vary. Craft Club meets at 11:15 am, Monday-Friday. Suggested donation is $2.75 for every Friday from 9-11 am. those 60 years and over; $5 for those under 60. To join us for lunch, please call (847) 639-8118, 24 hours in advance Computer Classes - FREE (by 11 am). A monthly menu is available. The Senior Center now offers on-going computer classes on scheduled days. Classes are taught by volunteers and are Blood Pressure Screening free to all seniors. Call to sign-up. Computers at the Senior FREE Blood Pressure Checks are provided by Carol Santee Center are also available for personal senior use during open R.N. on the first Friday of each month from 9-11 am at the lab times. Call for more information. Senior Center. No appointment is necessary. Glee Club Round Table Discussions Lift your spirits and raise your voice in song. No experience The Senior Center, in coordination with Senior Services of necessary, no try-outs, no performance pressure. Everyone McHenry County, will host a monthly discussion group. is welcome to participate as this program is designed for Group members are invited to give suggestions for topics and fun and socializing. The Glee Club will meet weekly on are encouraged to participate in discussions. Participation is Tuesdays from 10-11 am. Sing familiar favorites and sing-along free. Sign-up is required. type songs under the direction of Dorothy DeJonge. Senior Health Insurance Program Poker Club Counselors will assist seniors with Medicare, Medicare Poker Club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Supplement, HMO and long-term care insurance issues. 9 am-12 pm. Appointments may be made for the first Tuesday of the month. Bingo Call (847) 639-8118 to set up your meeting. Bingo will be played at the Kraus Senior Center on selected Fridays at 12 pm. Call (847) 639-8118 for dates. Senior Transportation Providers Algonquin Township (847) 639-2700 ext. 6 Exercise Program Pace (800) 273-5939 Join us on Friday mornings from 10:30-11:00 am for exercise. This program exercises to a video created especially for the Book Club Senior Center. Enjoy this fun “work at your own pace” Do you enjoy reading great literature? Would you enjoy activity. Free. taking part in a monthly discussion group? Join us on the Bridge Club fourth Thursday of each month from 10-11 am. Call for Bridge Club meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of registration and book titles. Min/Max: 5/15 each month from 11 am-1 pm. Alexian Older Adult Institute Annual Fashion Show Mark your calendars! The annual Senior Center Fashion Show will take place May 18. We are currently looking for models, male and female, and volunteers to assist in the facilitation of this special event and luncheon. Please call Jayne at H O S P I TA L N E T W O R K (847) 639-8118 for more information. 847.956.5465 50 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Senior Special Interest NE W Chair Yoga Chair Yoga is perfect for people with limited flexibility or mobility. Learn to link movements with breathing. Benefits include more energy, flexibility and strength. No experience is necessary. Bar Code: 11029 Chicago Botanic Garden NEW Dates & Days: 8/7-8/28, Tuesday Travel to Evanston to experience the Mystic Blue Cabaret Lunch NEW Time: 12:15-1:00 pm Chicago Botanic Garden which features Location: Kraus Senior Center 385 acres of gardens including 23 specialty Cruise Fee: $40/44 NR gardens right in Chicago’s very own Wow! First class all the way! Embark from Min/Max: 5/15 backyard. This excursion includes Navy Pier aboard the beautiful and elegant NEW transportation, a 45 minute handicapped Mystic Blue, and cruise Lake Michigan in style. accessible tram ride that will include the Sit back and relax, or dance and sing with the “On Tap” for Seniors Elizabeth Hubert Malott Japanese Garden, Cabaret Singers featuring show tunes and jazz Have you always wanted to be like Ann Miller, a 100 acre woodland and the native prairie standards. Dine in style from a three course tapping away on the big screen? Well, we may garden. We will then enjoy a box lunch in luncheon buffet of fresh salads, entrees and not be ready for the big screen but we can learn a private indoor area, after which you will desserts with unlimited coffee, tea, and iced the basics in this relaxed, no-pressure program. have time to explore on your own before teas. A day not to be missed! Return time is This one time event is led by a senior volunteer returning home. You will also receive a approximate. and is intended for the adventurous and fun- 10% discount coupon which can be used loving person. Future programs will be planned at one of two gift shops. Return time is Bar Code: 11027 as interest dictates. approximate. Date & Day: July 31, Tuesday Time: 9:30 am-4:30 pm Bar Code: 11030 Bar Code: 11026 Location: Leaving from the Kraus Senior Ctr. Date & Day: June 19, Tuesday Date & Day: June 21, Thursday Fee: $60/66 NR NEW Time: 11:15 am-12:00 pm Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Min/Max: 18/26 Location: Kraus Senior Center Location: Leaving from the Kraus Instructor: Dorothy DeJonge Senior Center Jelly Belly Factory Tour Fee: FREE but registration required Fee: $48/53 NR Hop on board the Jelly Belly Express for a tour Min/Max: 5/15 Min/Max: 18/26 ride inside the Jelly Belly warehouse and Breakfasts & Parties distribution center. The 30 minute ride makes Bar Code Date Event Time Fee stops at a variety of stations with large screen 11014 6/1 Continental Breakfast Plus &Bingo 9:00-10:00 am $3/4 NR videos showing the company’s century of 11015 6/29 Ice Cream Social Luncheon 11:00 am-1:00 pm $8/9 NR candy making. Sample from the 100+ candies 11016 7/6 Continental Breakfast Plus & Bingo 9:00-10:00 am $3/4 NR as you shop for treats in the large retail store. 11017 7/27 Senior Center Picnic 11:00 am-1:00 pm $8/9 NR Afterward we will stop for lunch at Ray Interactive Yoga presentation Radigan’s, known for their made from scratch by Denise Barr of Yoga Space. food and warm friendly service. Lunch is 11018 8/3 Continental Breakfast Plus & Bingo 9:00-10:00 am $3/4 NR self-pay. Return time is approximate. 11019 8/24 Tea Party Luncheon 11:00 am-1:00 pm $8/9 NR Bar Code: 11028 A presentation on the history of pearl Date & Day: August 30, Thursday buttons will be presented by Shirley Beene. Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Location : Leaving from the Kraus Senior Ctr. Fee: $10/11 NR Lunch & Shopping Trips Min/Max: 10/13 Treat yourself to a day out with shopping and a delicious lunch. You can shop on your own at your own pace, or hook up with group members. The group will lunch together at Garage Sailing the restaurants listed below. Min/Max: 8/14 It’s back! Our lazy days of summer garage Bar Code Date & Day Shopping & Lunch Location Time Fee sailing trips have returned for another season. 11020 6/7, Woodstock/Courthouse We will scour local garage sales for “must Thursday Restaurant 9:30 am-2:30 pm $20/22 NR have” treasures. Travel by air-conditioned bus (Includes transportation, and let us do the parking. Plenty of room for buffet lunch & gratuities.) all of your “buys”. Don’t miss this unique 11021 7/17, St. Charles/Hotel Baker 9:30 am-2:30 pm $10/11 NR and fun event. Return time is approximate. Tuesday (Transportation provided; Bar Code Date & Day lunch is self-pay) 11023 6/14, Thursday Time: 9 am-2 pm 11022 8/7, Long Grove/Long Grove Café 9:30 am-2:30 pm $10/11 NR 11024 7/12, Thursday Fee: $5/6 NR Tuesday (Transportation provided; 11025 8/16, Thursday Min/Max: 8/14 lunch is self-pay) www.carypark.com 51 CPD News David Williams, President Cary Park District Board of Commissioners Dear Cary Park District Residents, On April 17, 2007, voters will see the following Cary Park District referendum question on the election ballot: Shall the Cary Park District sell the following real estate: Up to 80 acres of the westernmost portion of Hoffman Park or any subpart thereof, lying within Township 43 North, Section 15, Range 8 East, and bounded to the east by the corporate boundary line of the Village of Lake in the Hills and to the west by Illinois State Route 31? Why did the Cary Park District Board place this question on the ballot? It comes from the community input we have received over the past two years and the expressed interest in additional recreation facilities currently unavailable. In 2006, the Cary Park District approved its Comprehensive Master Plan. This Plan is intended to be a tool to help guide the Park District in its decision making over the next 10 years. The results of the research indicated that the community wants the Park District to provide more indoor recreation facilities, but were reluctant to increase taxes to do so. However, the results also indicated that the community would consider selling existing land and/or resources to fund the development of recreation facilities. After much discussion, the Park District Board of Commissioners took the steps needed to allow the community to make the decision regarding the sale of Park District property. To enable the residents to vote on this issue the Park District Board of Commissioners declared up to 80-acres of the westernmost portion at Hoffman Park as surplus land and no longer needed for park purposes. This allowed for the referendum question to be presented to the community, and for the community to determine if it wants to sell the property. The Park District intends to use the funds from the sale proceeds to develop the recreation facilities that the community has stated are important. To review the Frequently Asked Questions brochure about the referendum question, or to review the Cary Park District’s Comprehensive Master Plan, please visit the Park District website at www.carypark.com. Speaking about the Park District website, about the time that you receive this brochure, the Park District will have launched its newly updated website at www.carypark.com. This interactive website will allow you to browse seasonal brochures, download forms, view an interactive map of parks and facilities, view a calendar of events, sign up for an electronic newsletter, and much more. Please visit the site often, and let us know what you think. This summer we are pleased to continue to offer the popular Summer Concert Series and announce the offering of a brand new Children’s Entertainment Series. Both bring talented musicians and entertainers to the Rotary Bandshell at Lions Park. I encourage you to take advantage of the time outdoors in your community parks, relaxing with family, friends and neighbors while listening and watching some of the area’s most popular entertainment. This is my last letter as President of the Cary Park District Board of Commissioners and as Park District Commissioner. The time that I have spent as commissioner has been very rewarding and it has been my pleasure to work with the truly dedicated park district staff and citizen volunteers. I hope you will continue to take advantage of your parks, recreation programs, facilities, and all of the services of the Cary Park District. David Williams, President Board of Commissioners 52 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 CPD News Wentworth Park The Cary Park District completed it’s 21st playground installation at Wentworth Park. The half acre site includes improved play equipment with a toddler area and swings, native landscape, recycled plastic park benches, and a new park sign. Dog Park Advisory Committee Task Force In accordance with the recently approved Comprehensive Master Plan, the Board of Commissioners has approved the creation of a Dog Park Citizen Advisory Task Force. The task force will comprise of residents of Cary Park District as well as representative from various community organizations. The task force will assist the Park District in reviewing and recommending a site location, operations, and amenities. Residents interested in more information on the Dog Park Citizen Advisory Committee Task Force are asked to contact the Cary Park District at 847-639-6100. Check Out the Newly Designed Cary Park District Website! Check out the Cary Park District’s newly designed website, www.carypark.com. Not only will you find a brand new design with many interactive features, but also the latest Distinguished Agency Award Park District news including a calendar Cary Park District for the second time has of events, the online brochure, contact received the Illinois Parks and Recreation Phil Stanko celebrate 20 information for the Board and Staff, Distinguished Agency Award. Cary Park years on the Board of interactive park and trail maps, and District is one of thirty-three agencies Commissioners much more. While you are there, be the throughout the state of Illinois and the Phil Stanko celebrates 20 years of first on your block to receive the latest one agency in McHenry County to have volunteer service as a Cary Park Park District news, promotions, received this prestigious award twice. District Board member. Thoughout his surveys, contests and more by signing The certification is presented in recogni- years of service, Commissioner Stanko up to receive the Cary Park District e- tion of outstanding dedication to the has been an advocate for preserving newsletter. Check it out and let us know highest standards of the recreation natural areas within the Park District, what you think! www.carypark.com profession, and a deep commitment to including Sands Main Street Prairie. the community served. Staff News Katie Veto has been hired as the new Director of Communications Erica Hedlund joins the Park District as Program Manager. & Marketing. In this role she will She will be responsible for develop and implement the District’s the Preschool, Extended promotion and publicity plans, plus Time, and early childhood handle all graphic design and programs, as well as, several photography. She is a graduate of special events. She began Northern Illinois University and has working at Cary Park District been employed in various marketing following graduating from and communications positions most Western Illinois University recently with Phonak Hearing and completing an internship Systems and the Geneva Park at Gurnee Park District. District. www.carypark.com 53 NISRA Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association Do you know someone with a disability who would like to go out, have fun and make friends? Since 1976, NISRA has provided recreation programs for people with disabilities. Socializing, building physical skills, learning, relaxation and fun are some of the benefits gained from participating in NISRA’s year round programs. Sports, fitness, social, cultural, outdoor and preschool programs, along with camps, special events and trips offer enjoyment for children, teens and adults of all ability levels. The Cary Park District and 11 other park districts and recreation departments form NISRA. Pick up a brochure at the park district office, view it on-line at www.nisra.org or call NISRA Residents with disabilities... at (815) 459-0737 to have one mailed to you. How about a Park District Program? NISRA staff assist the Cary Park District staff with including residents with disabilities in park district programs. Types of support may include staff training, adapted NISRA... equipment, sign language assistance serving people or a program aide. Call (815) 459-0737 with disabilities in: with questions about inclusion, or •Barrington Park District contact the park district to register for a program. •Cary Park District Practicing during a shoot around at •City of Elgin NISRA’s Sports Camp. •Crystal Lake Park District Summer Programs and •Dundee Township Park District Day Camps Special Olympics Join NISRA for summertime fun! NISRA provides local Special Olympics •Hampshire Park District Boating, swimming, hiking, attending training and competition in alpine skiing, •City of Harvard outdoor concerts, making crafts, aquatics, basketball, bocce ball, bowling, •Huntley Park District taking trips and eating ice cream are cross country skiing, golf, power lifting, •City of McHenry just a few of the delights waiting for rhythmic gymnastics, soccer, softball, participants. Programs and day camps snowshoeing, tennis, track & field and •Marengo Park District are offered in Cary and other sites volleyball. Volunteer coaches and officials •Wauconda Park District throughout NISRA’s member are needed for some sports and training is •City of Woodstock communities. provided. Check out NISRA on the Internet! Log on, check it out and give us your feedback! www.nisra.org. Having a delightful ride during a day camp field trip. 54 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Registration Information Age Appropriate: Ages and/or grades are listed with programs as guidelines for age specific ability. The younger the participant, the more this guideline must be followed to insure safety, enjoyment, and accomplishment. A birth certificate may be requested if doubt occurs concerning a participant’s age. Fees: Resident/Non-resident - The first program fees listed in the Behavior: brochure are for Cary Park District residents. Non-resident Although the Park District realizes that inappropriate fees are listed second and are the higher rate of the two. Residents support the Park District through tax dollars, while behavior may occur, the Park District reserves the right to non-residents pay to participate through higher registration suspend or remove participants from programs or facilities if fees. All participants must be paid in full for all past pro- hazardous, disruptive, and/or destructive behavior persists. grams before registering for new ones. If a participant is taken out of a program or removed from a facility due to these circumstances, a refund will not be Fair Share - Those desiring to achieve resident status may issued for the remainder of the program or facility usage. pay their “fair share” of taxes based on the taxable value of their home. This annual payment entitles an individual to Minimum/Maximum: pay in-district fees for all Park District programs, tuition, This designation is for the number of participants needed to passes, etc. and to register for programs at the same time as hold a program (Min.) and the number to fill the program residents. (Max.). These guidelines are necessary to insure the best possible experience for each participant. The Park District The taxable value of a property is stated clearly on the tax may increase or reduce program size if necessary. bill. Fair share is not necessarily for everyone. This has to be determined by you, taking into consideration the fre- Photographs/Videos: quency of Park District use and the value of your home. Photographs and videos are taken of participants to use for Cary Park District promotional purposes. By registering for Call the Community Center at (847) 639-6100 to find out if a program, you have granted us permission to use your this is for you. If you don’t have a copy of your current tax image for promotional purposes unless otherwise stated. bill, call your taxing township for your home’s taxable value. Changes: Waiver of Fees - It is the policy of the Park District that no During the course of our programs, we sometimes have residents of the District be refused participation in a program unforeseen circumstances that force us to change our or the use of facilities because of their inability to pay. Confidential application may be made to the Superintendent schedule or instructor, combine or postpone programs, of Recreation and if a hardship exists preventing payment of adjust facility usage or modify fees. We apologize in fees, the applicant may be granted a full or partial Waiver of advance for any inconvenience this may cause. Fees. Personal financial records may be requested to verify need. Insurance: The Cary Park District does not carry medical or accident ADA: insurance for program or facility participants. The cost The Cary Park District complies with the Americans with would make program fees prohibitive. Please review your Disabilities Act (ADA), which prohibits discrimination in the own personal health insurance plan to be certain that you provision of programs, services or activities to individuals and your family have the proper coverage. with disabilities. We invite any resident with a special need to contact our staff, or our Special Recreation Association Policies, Procedures and Guidelines: staff, upon registration, to ensure a smooth inclusion. Additional Park District policies, procedures and guidelines are available for review at the Cary Park District Community In addition to the programs listed within our brochure, our Center or online at www.carypark.com. district also provides specialized services for people with disabilities through the Northern Illinois Special Recreation A Special Note of Thanks: Association (NISRA). Feel free to call NISRA at (815) 459- Thank you to School Districts 155, 26 and 3 for providing 0737, or see the NISRA section of this brochure for more facilities in which to hold our recreational programs; to our information. dedicated Commissioners who devote so much of their time; to all our volunteers on their dedication; to our staff; and to If you have questions about the Park District’s ADA policy, you, the community, for your continued support. or believe you have been unfairly discriminated against in the provision of programs, services or activities of the Cary Park District, please contact Dan Jones at (847) 639-6100. www.carypark.com 55 Registration Information Guidelines 1. Complete a registration form. Additional forms are available at the Park District office or online. Make sure you sign all appropriate sections. 2. Payment accepted: Checks (payable to the Cary Park District), Cash, Visa or MasterCard. Do not pay with cash if mailing or dropping your registration in the drop box. Receipts will be issued upon registration at the Community Center for cash payment validation. 3. Registration may be submitted by mail, fax, walk-in or Process: drop-off. a. Mail to: Cary Park District Resident Registration - Resident registration begins as Registration soon as you receive your brochure. 255 Briargate Road, Cary, IL 60013 b. Fax: Using Visa or MasterCard to Resident “First Batch” Registration - To give all residents (847) 639-6290. the first and equal opportunity to register, a computer- c. Walk-in: at the Community Center ized randomization system is used to fill programs. All Monday-Friday, 5:30 am-10:00 pm or resident registrations that are received on or before *Saturday-Sunday, 7:00 am-6:00 pm Friday, April 20 at 4:30 pm are considered “first *June 2 - September 2, 7:00 am-8:00 pm batch” and will be randomized. If possible, list two d. Drop-off: in the black drop box in front of the choices. If all your choices are full, you will be placed Community Center at any time. on a paid wait list for your FIRST choice. A confirma- 4. The Park District does not accept phone registrations. tion will only be provided when the first choice of Withdrawal Guidelines registration has not been granted (i.e., second choice 1. Cary Park District reserves the right to cancel any or wait list). Therefore presume you have received program with insufficient enrollment. An automatic your first choice of programming unless you are and full refund will be granted. notified otherwise by the Park District. If an opening 2. All other requests must be made in writing at the Park does not become available, or a program is cancelled, a District office and not with the program instructor. refund will be processed. Automatic refunds are 3. When a participant requests to withdraw, a $5 service generated after the start of programs for wait-listed and charge will be deducted per program. canceled programs only. 4. If the first meeting of a program has passed, withdrawal requests will be considered on a prorated basis in All resident registration received after Friday, addition to the $5 service charge. April 20 will be processed in the order received 5. All refund checks will be mailed. after the computerized randomization is complete. 6. Withdrawal Guidelines do not apply to one day programs/events, sports leagues, tournaments, Non-resident Registration - Registration for non- tickets to sporting or entertainment events, facility residents will be processed beginning Monday, memberships or payments that may be required for April 30. All non-resident registrations are processed Preschool and Extended Time. in the order received. Please note that many of our popular programs fill so quickly that there is a waiting list. If you learn that Residency Checks - Any registrations with payment in you will be dropping out of a program, please let us cash or by credit card, and no previous account know as soon as possible, so another person may be history, are subject to having residency checked with a able to participate. Thank you. printed form of proof such as a driver’s license, utility bill, etc... Also, addresses on checks that do not match addresses on registration forms will be subject to a Satisfaction Guaranteed Policy residency check. Individual families should register on The Cary Park District guarantees your satisfaction with the one form. Multiple families listed on one form will recreation programs and activities in which you participate. If you are not completely satisfied for any reason, please let us prevent your registration from being processed. know. You will be able to choose one from the following options: * Repeat the program at no charge. * Receive full credit that can be applied to another program. * Receive a full refund. 56 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Parks Chart PARK NAME LOCATION ACRES Bristol Park S. Rawson Bridge at Bristol Way 0.5 Brittany Park Adare Drive at Ardmore Drive 2.3 Cambria Park Collins Drive at Geneva Lane 1.53 Cambria Open Space Detention Collins Drive near New Haven Drive 8.83 Candlewood Park Pin Oak Circle at Jr. High Walk 4.22 Cary-Grove Park * Three Oaks Road at First Street 82.9 Cary Oaks Park Haber Road at Pearson Road 4.3 Cary Veterans Park Route 14 at Crystal Street 6.2 Cary Woods Park Cary Woods Circle 0.50 Chalet Hills Park Brittany Drive at Dauphine Court 0.65 Cimarron Park On Hampton near Ivanhoe Lane 3.4 Community Center Park Glen Garry Road and Briargate Road 5.92 Decker Park & Trails On Mink Trail at S. Rawson Bridge Road 8.85 Devron Circle Devron Circle at High Road 0.15 Foxford Hills Park Oakmont Drive at Foxford Drive 0.62 Foxford Hills Golf Club Crystal Lake Avenue and Rawson Bridge Road 194.77 Fox Trails Park S. Fox Trails Drive at Knollwood Drive 1 Greenfields Park W. Main Street at Boxwood Lane 6.1 Hampton Park W. Main Street at Hampton Street 1.73 Hillhurst Park E. Main Street at Sands Main Street Prairie 3.35 Hillside Prairie Park Hillhurst Drive S. of Carl Sands Drive 7.65 Hoffman Park * E. of Rt. 31 and N. of Fox Trails Sub. 263.45 Jamesway Park Margaret/W. James Way at Elden 3.6 Jaycee Park Silver Lake Road at Cary-Algonquin 15.49 Kaper Park Georgetown Drive at Cimarron Drive 15.1 Kiwanis Park Silver Lake Road at Adare Drive 3.6 Knotty Pines Park Three Oaks Road east of Three Oaks Park 1.09 Lions Park Silver Lake Road north of Three Oaks 105.36 Montana Park Montana Drive at Bristol Way 0.53 New Haven Park New Haven Drive at Providence Court 5.39 Saddle Oaks Park Cove Drive at Saddle Oaks Drive 1 Sands Main Street Prairie East Main Street, east of Decker Drive 80 Sterling Ridge Trail Silver Lake Road, East of Lions Park 1.66 Three Oaks Park Three Oaks Road at Edison Lines 2.2 Val Budd Park High Road beyond Devron Circle 0.7 Water Tower Prairie Park High Road by Cary CC 5.7 White Oaks Park Catkins Way and Dove Way 0.92 Wentworth Park Wentworth Circle at Crystal Lake Avenue 0.40 * Only portions of Hoffman Park and Cary-Grove Park are open to the public. Please call (847) 639-6100 for details. www.carypark.com 57 Registration Form Cary Park District 255 Briargate Road Cary, IL 60013 (847) 639-6100 Fax (847) 639-6290 CARY PARK DISTRICT - Summer 2007 Adult Registrant or Parent/Guardian _____________________________________________________ Date ____________ LAST NAME FIRST NAME Address__________________________________________________________ City __________________ Zip _________________ Home Phone _____________________ Business Phone ____________________ Email Address _________________________ Bar Program Registrant Birthdate Code Name Name Sex Mo/Day/Yr Fee Total: _______ Method of Payment: Cash _________ Check # __________ MasterCard/Visa __________________ Credit Card Number: _____________________________________ Expiration Date: _________________ Cardholder Name: ________________________________________Amount of Charge: ______________ Authorized Signature: _____________________________________________________________________ Do you need assistance or accommodations to participate in any programs? _____________________________________ Warning of Risk: Recreational activities/programs are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental, and emotional resources of each participant. Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning, and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity/program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Depending on the particular activity, participants must understand that certain risks, dangers, and injuries due to inclement weather, slipping , falling, poor skill level or conditioning, carelessness, horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premise defects, inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction, or officiating, and all other circumstances inherent to indoor and outdoor recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Cary Park District to guarantee absolute safety. Waiver and Release of all Claims and Assumption of Risk: Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in the Cary Park District identified programs/activities, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages, or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with said programs/activities (including transportation services/vehicle operation, when provided). I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in these programs/activities, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in these programs/activities against the Cary Park District including its officials, agents, volunteers, and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Cary Park District”). I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Cary Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss that my minor child/ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with these programs/activities. I have read and fully understand the above information, warning of risk, assumption of risk, and waiver and release of claims. If registering via fax, your facsimile signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature. *Signature of Adult Participant or Parent/Guardian (if participant is under 18 years of age): ___________________________________ * Participation will be denied if the signature of adult participant or parent/guardian and date is not placed on this registration form/waiver. 58 Cary Park District (847) 639-6100 Foxford Hills Golf Club Associations Car y Spor ts Associa tions Cary Barracudas Swim Team http://carybarracuda.usswim.net 6800 S. Rawson Bridge Rd. Registration: April Cary, IL 60013 (847) 639-0400 Cary Basketball Association www.foxfordhillsgolfclub.com www.caryhoops.com Registration: June, July & September See pages 4 and 5 for more information. Cary Soccer Association www.carysoccer.org Cruisin’ Cary Registration: Fall-May; Spring-January Every Wednesday Night Junior Trojan Football/Cheerleading 6 to 9 p.m. www.caryjuniortrojans.com June 6 – August 29 Registration: April & June Downtown Cary “Rated the Best Cruise Night in Cary Youth Baseball 2006 by the Northwest Herald Newspaper!” www.caryyouthbaseball.com Registration: November Hundreds of classic cars, residents and visitors. The organizations listed above are responsible for the For more information, call the Cary Grove operation of their group’s activities. All questions and Area Chamber of Commerce at (847) 639-2800 concerns regarding their programs or activities should be directed to the specific group to which the questions pertain. 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