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									                                    Scituate Recreation Fall / Winter Program
                                                   2009 / 2010
Scituate Recreation Dept.                                                       Non-Profit Org.
Town Hall
                                                                                 U.S. Postage
600 Chief Justice Cushing Highway
                                                                                    PAID
Scituate, MA 02066
                                                                                Scituate, MA
                                                                                Permit No. 56
                                             RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER
                                                  SCITUATE MA
                                       SCITUATE RECREATION DEPARTMENT
                                           2009 Fall / 2010 Winter Brochure
                                                                              Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
MAIL: 600 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy.                                          Mon.-Thurs., Closed: Fri.
OFFICE: Scituate High School                                                  781-545-8738 (phone)
(NEXT TO TENNIS COURTS)                                                       781-545-6990 (fax)
Scituate, MA 02066



RECREATION STAFF:
Jennifer M. Vitelli, M.B.A., CPRP; Recreation Director
Kimberly Peters and Maura Glancy, Recreation Assistants
Jenna McCarthy, Registrar


RECREATION COMMISSION:
Bruce Wait, Chairman
Nancy Ivas, Robert McCarry, Christopher Roberts, Stephen Svensen
Associate Members: Jamie Noonan and Rich Lane
Selectmen Liaison: Shawn Harris




The Mission of the Scituate Recreation Department is to provide exceptional and creative programs,
services and facilities (such as beaches, ball fields and playgrounds) that foster community spirit and
              involvement while enhancing the quality of life for all people in Scituate.
                                                      Table of Contents

Page 4:                                                          Page 12:
   • Polices and Procedures                                         • Pan Gai Noon
Page 5:                                                                     o Children’s Karate 6-9 Years Old
   • Little People Programs                                                 o Juniors Karate 10-13 Years Old
   • Pre-School Playtime                                                    o Adult Karate
Page 6:                                                                     o Adult Karate Conditioning
   • Kids Just Love Crafts                                                  o Beginner Tai Chi
   • Pre-School/Youth Dance with Miss Tracey                                o Level II Tai Chi
   • All Stars Baseball                                             • Lego Playland
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   • All Stars Basketball                                           • American Girl Doll Top Chef
   • Children’s Yoga for grades 3-6                                 • Babysitting Course
   • Teen Yoga for grades 7-12                                      • Ceilidhe
   • Sport Ready                                                    • Boating Skills & Seamanship Certification
Page 8:                                                             • American Heart Association Heartsaver C.P.R./A.E.D.
   • Nautical Mile                                               Page 14:
   • 11-13 Year Old Flag Football                                   • American Heart Association Healthcare Provider C.P.R/A.E.D.
   • Wrestling Clinic                                               • First Aid
   • Co-Ed Instructional Gym Basketball                             • American Red Cross Waterfront Lifeguard Training
   • Co-Ed Fundamentals of Basketball                            Page 15 :
   • Co-Ed Shooting Clinic                                          • Adult Cooking
Page 9:                                                             • Yoga for Adults
   • Basketball Boot Camp                                        Page 16:
   • Fall Open Gym                                                  • Exercise Ball Workout with Weights
   • Sport of Fencing                                               • Not Your Average Boot Camp
   • RADKIDS: Personal Empowerment Safety Education                 • Nature Walks
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   • Kids Cooking                                                   • Men’s Over 35 Basketball
   • Scituate Playhouse                                             • Men’s Under 35 Basketball
Page 11:                                                            • Stationary Cycling
   • Kraftime                                                    Page 18:
   • Guitar                                                         • Field Permit Information
   • Calls from the North Pole                                      • Application Information
                                                                    • PJ Steverman Golf Classic
                                                                 Page 19 & 20:
                                                                    •     Registration Form
                                                POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

1. Due to the high demand for programs and to be fair to all                      9. Registration for non-residents will begin October 5, 2009.
   Scituate Residents, registration for Scituate Residents will                       Out of town people may register for programs and be allowed to
   begin SATURDAY, September 26, 2009, 8:00 A.M. to 10:00                             participate subject to space availability and will be charged an
   A.M. in Scituate Recreation’s Multi-Purpose Room at                                additional $5.00 registration fee.
   Scituate High School. Should you not be able to register that                  10. The Town of Scituate Recreation Department does not provide
   day, a neighbor, friend or family member may register for you.                     accident or hospitalization insurance for any program
2. PLEASE NOTE: YOU MAY REGISTER NO MORE THAN                                         participants. Therefore, all participants are strongly advised to
   TWO FAMILIES, INCLUDING YOUR OWN. Your                                             have adequate personal coverage. Participation in all department
   registration will not be processed until we receive full                           programs shall be at the registrant’s own risk.
   payment and a COMPLETED registration form. Mail- in                           FALL/WINTER REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE
   registration will be accepted starting September 30, 2009.                    RECREATION MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM AT SCITUATE HIGH
   Check or money order should be made payable to Town of                                                       SCHOOL
   Scituate. Include a registration form with your check.                                         SATURDAY, September 26, 2009
3. The Recreation Department reserves the right to consolidate,                        FROM 8:00 A.M. TO 10:00 A.M. (NO EXCEPTIONS)
   postpone or cancel a program/trip for any reasonable cause. We              (Mail-in registrations will be processed starting September 30, 2009)
   otherwise maintain a NO -REFUND policy.                                                       THE OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED
4. All fees are payable in advance to the Town of Scituate. A                         MONDAY & TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 & 29, 2009
   person is registered only when a check or cash and a registration            (SO WE MAY PROCESS THE WEEKEND’S REGISTRATION.
   form is received in the Recreation Office.                                      WE WILL RE-OPEN WEDNESDAY, September 30, 2009.)
5. No confirmations are sent. Please note all information on
   your calendar. You may call us to confirm your mail-in or
   drop-off registrations.
                                                                                                IMPORTANT NOTICE:
6. A minimum deposit of half of total amount is due at the time
                                                                                UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, SCITUATE RECREATION WILL BE
   of registration and any outstanding balance must be paid
                                                                                      SHARING THEIR MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM WITH
   before the program begins. If this is a problem, please call and
                                                                                THE SCITUATE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WEEKDAYS FROM
   make an appointment to work out a payment plan.
                                                                                                 10 A.M. TO 12:30 P.M.
7. Need financial assistance…just ask!
                                                                                 THE HIGH SCHOOL WILL BE UTILIZING THE SPACE AS A
8. Proper behavior in Recreation programs is expected at all times.
                                                                                                     CAFETERIA.
   If improper behavior cannot be corrected after the first
                                                                                  DUE TO THIS WE WILL NOT BE RUNNING RECREATION
   occurrence, then parents will be notified that the child will have to
                                                                                         PROGRAMS DURING THAT TIME SLOT
   be excused from further Recreation programs.


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                     PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAMS                                          TUESDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 2: January 5 through March 16, 2010
 The Little People program is being offered for the twentieth year as an          from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ Rink.
 opportunity for two and three year old children, along with a parent or          (0100.302)                                   Fee: $120 per child.
 guardian, to share in music, arts and crafts, games and social activities.       WEDNESDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 1: January 6 through March 17,
                      Younger siblings are welcome!                               2010 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ
                This program is for children ages 2 and 3.                        Rink.
                                                                                  (0100.303)                                   Fee: $120 per child.
TUESDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 1: October 6 through December 8, 2009
from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ Rink.               WEDNESDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 2: January 6 through March 17,
(0100.201)                                   Fee: $120 per child.                 2010 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ
                                                                                  Rink.
TUESDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 2: October 6 through December 8, 2009                       (0100.304)                                  Fee: $120 per child.
from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ Rink.
(0100.202)                                   Fee: $120 per child.                 THURSDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 1: January 7 through March 18, 2010
                                                                                  from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ Rink.
WEDNESDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 1: October 7 through December 9,                          (0100.30                                     Fee: $120 per child.
2009 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ Rink.
(0100.203)                                  Fee: $120 per child.                  THURSDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 2: January 7 through March 18, 2010
                                                                                  from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ Rink.
WEDNESDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 2: October 7 through December 9,                          (0100.306)                                   Fee: $120 per child.
2009 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ
Rink.                                                                             PRE-SCHOOL PLAYTIME: Scituate Recreation Department’s Multi-
(0100.204)                                  Fee: $120 per child.                  Purpose Room. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to spend
                                                                                  time with your toddler as he/she experiences and explores playtime.
THURSDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 1: October 8 through December 10,                          Through a variety of different play equipment such as balls, tunnels,
2009 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ Rink.          slides and small climbing structures; your toddler will enhance his/her
(0100.205)                                  Fee: $120 per child.                  gross motor skills while also building interaction skills. Group story time
                                                                                  and music will also be included and will be beneficial in your child’s
THURSDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 2: October 8 through December 10,                          ability to express him/herself through language and social skills.
2009 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ               Different themes will be offered such as flowers, teddy bears, hearts,
Rink.                                                                             etc…that will also enrich your toddler’s playtime experience. The class
(0100.206)                                  Fee: $120 per child.                  is open to children who are 19 to 36 months. Teacher: Sarah Lannon,
                                                                                  certified fitness instructor. Mondays from 9:15 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
          NO CLASS DURING FEBRUARY VACATION WEEK                                  FALL: October 5 - December 14, 2009 (no class 10/12/09)
TUESDAY LITTLE PEOPLE 1: January 5 through March 16, 2010                         (0400.202)                                     Fee: $60 per child
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Scituate High School, next to PJ Rink.            WINTER: January 25 - March 22, 2010 (no class 2/15/10)
(0100.301)                                   Fee: $120 per child.                 (0400.302)                                     Fee: $55 per child
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KIDS JUST LOVE CRAFTS: The classes encourage parent/guardian                   WINTER: Saturday January 9 – March 27, 2010 (no class 2/20 & 2/27)
and child interaction in a creative and challenging environment for the        (0300.304) 2 Years Old:       9:00 – 9:30
child, along with social involvement with other preschool children. So         (Parent and child will stretch with music, sing songs and dance, plus
join us for jam-packed weeks of ooey-gooey arts and crafts, stories, and       tumble on mats - no tap shoes)                  Fee: $50 per child
songs. Make a mess and have some fun! Watch your child’s excitement                                    ———————————
grow as they create crafts you can treasure for a lifetime. The program        This is a 1-hour progressive instructional program, it will meet once a
emphasizes creativity and teaches children to be proud of their                week and it will include ballet, tap, jazz and dance acrobatics.
accomplishments. Younger siblings are welcome!                                 (0300.301) 3 Years Old:        9:30 – 10:30
FALL: Monday, October 5 - November 16, 2009 (no class 10/12) from              (0300.302) 4 Years Old: 10:30 – 11:30
10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Little People Room at Scituate High School,       (0300.303) 5-7 Years Old: 11:30 – 12:30 Fee: $100 per child
next to PJ Rink. (6 weeks)
(2000.201)                                     Fee: $55 per child

WINTER: Monday, January 25 – March 22, 2010 (no class 2/15/10)
from 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Little People Room at Scituate High       ALL-STARS BASEBALL: Location:
School, next to PJ Rink. (5 weeks)                                             Roache Field. This is a baseball skills pro-
(0200.302)                                    Fee: $88 per child               gram. The focus of this program will be on
                                                                               developing the basic skills and knowledge
                                                                               needed to play baseball. In the six- week
             CHILDREN & TEEN PROGRAMS                                          session we will practice, play games and
                                                                               teach fundamentals. Hitting, catching,
PRE-SCHOOL/YOUTH DANCE WITH MISS TRACEY: Location:                             throwing and base-running will be the main
Scituate Multi Purpose Room. Instructor is Tracey O’Brien, certified by        areas in our instructional approach. The first two weeks all partici-
Test to Teach. She is a member of DMA and DTCB. This is a 10-week              pants will hit off a tee. Coach pitch will be transitioned into the
program. Clothing suggestions: Leotard, tights, ballet slippers and tap        program when the coordinators feel the participants are ready. This
shoes of any color. Purchase at Wal-Mart, Payless Shoes, or Target.            program will teach your child the fundamentals of this countries
FALL: Saturday October 3rd – December 12th, 2009 (no class 11/21/09)           pastime in a non-competitive, well organized, and fun-filled approach.
(0300.204) 2 Years Old:        9:00 – 9: 30                                    Play Ball! (This program is geared toward students with special
(Parent and child will stretch with music, sing songs and dance, plus          needs. Students who are not on IEP’s are also welcome.) Mike
tumble on mats - no tap shoes)                  Fee: $50 per child             Connor will coach this program. Program is open to children in K
—————————————                                                                  through grade 8. Children will be grouped accordingly and you will
This is a 1-hour progressive instructional program, it will meet once a        be notified of the time slot.
week and it will include ballet, tap, jazz and dance acrobatics.               Saturday, October 3 through November 7, 2009
(0300.201) 3 Years Old:        9:30 – 10:30                                    (1012.201)                                       Fee: $80 per child
(0300.202) 4 Years Old: 10:30 – 11:30
(0300.203) 5-7 Years Old: 11:30 – 12:30
                                                Fee: $100 per child
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 ALL-STARS BASKETBALL: TBA gymnasium. Participants will be
 taught the fundamentals of basketball through basic drills. Skills will be       TEEN YOGA FOR GRADES 7 – 12: Scituate Recreation’s Multi-
 developed on an individual basis and athletes will be challenged to              Purpose Room. Leslie Payne CYT, COTA/L, is offering a 10-week
 improve on a weekly basis. A non-competitive game will be played                 Youth Yoga program. Learn simple ways to focus attention and relax.
 every week. (This program is geared toward stu-                                  Increase flexibility, strength and coordination. Improve spinal alignment
 dents with special needs. Students who are not on                                and posture. A few poses include bridge, warrior and triangle. Find
 IEP’s are also welcome.) Mike Connor will coach                                  inner balance and harmony. Wardrobe suggestions: Layered comfortable
 this program. Program is open to children in K                                   clothing (i.e.: sweatshirt and tee, shorts or sweatpants and socks).
 through grade 8. It will run on Saturday mornings.                               FALL: Tuesday, October 6 - December 8, 2009 from 2:30 – 3:30 pm.
 Children will be grouped accordingly and you will                                (2100.201)                                Fee: $80.00 per participant
 be notified of the time slot.                                                    WINTER: Tuesday, January 12 - March 23, 2010 (no class 2/16/10)
 Saturday, January 9, 2010 through February 13, 2010.                             from 2:30 – 3:30 pm.
 (1012.301)                                    Fee: $90 per child                 (1500.302)                                Fee: $80.00 per participant


                                                                                  SPORT READY: Scituate High School Track.
CHILDREN’S YOGA FOR GRADES 3 – 6: Scituate Recreation                             This program is designed to build STRENGTH
Multi-Purpose Room. Instructor: Leslie Payne CYT, COTA/L is                       AND ENDURANCE for those athletes (male and
offering a 10-week Yoga for Kids program. Have you ever been a tree?              female) participating in Middle and High School
Learn fun poses like Plow, Turtle, Hero and Butterfly and Do the Twist!           winter sport programs. This class is based on
Yoga is a natural, healthy and fun way to promote strength, flexibility and       timed intervals. All abilities are welcome. Please
coordination. Learn concentration and relaxation techniques, and feel             bring a jump rope and water. Instructor: Betsy
good about yourself. Wardrobe suggestions: Layered comfortable                    Callanan. Sunday, October 4 through November
clothing (i.e. sweatshirt and tee, shorts or sweatpants and socks).               8, 2009 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. (no rain make-ups).
FALL: Tuesday, October 6 - December 8, 2009 from 3:30 – 4:30 pm.                  (2500.201)                               Fee: $30.00 per participant
(1500.201)                                      Fee: $80.00 per child
WINTER: Tuesday, January 12 - March 23, 2010 from 3:30 – 4:30 pm.
(no class 2/16/10)
(1500.301)                                     Fee: $80.00 per child




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NAUTICAL MILE (INSTRUCTIONAL TRACK PROGRAM):                                       CO-ED INSTRUCTIONAL GYM BASKETBALL: Scituate High
ALL ABILITIES WELCOME!                                                             School, Large Gym. This basketball clinic for Grades 3 through 6 will
Scituate High School Track. Running Program for grades 2 through 8.                teach the fundamentals of ball handling, shooting, defense and good
Running distances range from1/2 mile to 1.1 mile. You will be able to              sportsmanship. Drills and games keep it challenging and fun. Wednes-
measure your improvement through locally sponsored meets…. All you                 day: October 7 through November 4, 2009 from 5:45 p.m. to 6:45
need is sneakers, water bottle, and a desire to run and have fun! In               p.m. Coach: Matt Poirier and Staff.
collaboration with the CORSE Foundation, this program will also                    (1800.201)                             Fee: $35 per participant
provide facilitative assistance for children identified with learning
disabilities or special needs.                                                     CO-ED FUNDAMENTALS OF BASKETBALL: Scituate High
Come when you can, leave when you have to.                                         School Large Gym. This 6-week program specifically intends to teach
Coaches: Betsy Callanan and Brad Mingels.                                          the fundamentals of basketball and full court play. If you want to
Sundays now through November 1, 2009 from 9:00 -10:00 a.m. (no                     become a player and are willing to work, this is the clinic for you!
rain make-ups).                                                                    Please bring your own ball. Open to grades 7 through 12 (students will
(1400.401)       Please, use this code if your child has not been identified       be divided into age appropriate groups) from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednes-
                 with a learning disabilities or special need                      day: October 7 through November 4, 2009
(1400.402)       For staffing purposes, please, use this code if your child        Coach: Matt Poirier and Staff.
                 has been identified with a learning disabilities or special       (2200.201)                               Fee: $35 per participant
                 need.
                 Fee: $35 per child and may register at any time                   CO-ED SHOOTING CLINIC: Scituate High
                                                                                   School, Large Gym. Grades 7 – 12 can prepare for
11-13 YEAR OLD FLAG FOOTBALL: Scituate High School, Turf
                                                                                   the upcoming winter recreation and travel basketball
Field. Flag football is a great introduction to the sport of football. Learn
                                                                                   season with this 6-week program designed to im-
basic football skills and rules in a fun, non-tackle environment. Players
                                                                                   prove individual shooting skills through drills and
will meet for 15 minutes of football drills followed by a 45-minute game.
                                                                                   competition. Each week will focus on teaching
Two teams of ten players will be formed and the game will consist of 8
                                                                                   proper technique of one of the following: Lay-ups,
on 8 play. Open to boys and girls (no cleats, please) ages 11 to 13. Min.
                                                                                   jump shots, 3 point/outside set shot, and free throws
20 participants. Instructor/Coach: Robert Paganetti 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. on
                                                                                   followed by competitive shooting at game speed.
(1300.201) Saturdays/Sundays: 10/3, 10/4, 10/10, 10/11, 10/17 &
                                                                                   Wednesday: October 7 through November 4, 2009
10/24/09.                                   Fee: $40 per participant
                                                                                   from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
WRESTLING CLINIC: Location: Scituate High                                          Coach: Doug Kirby and Staff.
School Small Gym. Coaches: Brian Duffey & Martin                                   (1850.201)                                Fee: $35 per participant
Geoghegan
Wednesdays October 7 through November 4, 2009
(5 weeks)
(1700.201)    Grades 1-4: 6:30 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.
(1700.202)    Grades 5-8: 7:15 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.
                                    Fee: $35 per participant
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BASKETBALL BOOT CAMP: Gates Intermediate School Gymna-                           SPORT OF FENCING: The Recreation’s Multi-Purpose Room at
sium. Intense basketball training will have you prepared to practice or          Scituate High School. This instructional course will be offered to boys
try out before you walk into your school gym. Run in with an advantage!          and girls, ages 8 and up. This course is for any person who wants to
This program is run by high caliber, high energy coaches to ensure your          learn, practice, and improve all aspects of the sport. Footwork, blade
readiness for the first day of practice. Director: Coach Doug Kirby,             work, and booting skills will be taught. Instructor: Jim Mullarkey.
Varsity Defensive coordinator and Junior Varsity Head Coach. Plus                FALL: Thursdays: 10/1/09 – 12/10/09 (no class 11/26/09)
Scituate Varsity Head Coach Matt Poirier and Varsity Assistant Mike              (1600.201): Beginner (no experience) 4:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Eromin. Each session is limited to 25 players, each will sell out quickly!       (1600.202): Intermediate (1 year or less of instruction) 5:45 p.m. to 6:45
Don’t hesitate to register!               Fee: $180 per participant              p.m.
(2221.201) Boys Grade 8-10 11/21, 11/22, 11/27, 11/28 9 – 11 AM                  (1600.203): Intermediate II (1 year or more of instruction) 6:45 p.m. to
                                          11/23, 11/24       4:30 – 6 PM         7:45 p.m.
(2221.202) Girls Grades 8-12 11/21, 11/22, 11/27, 11/28 11 - 1 PM                                               Fee: $120.00 per 10-week programs
                                          11/23, 11/24       6 – 7:30 PM         WINTER: Thursdays: 12/7/10 – 3/25/10 (no class 2/18/10 & 2/25/10)
(2221.203) Boys Grade 11-12 11/21, 11/22, 11/27, 11/28           1 – 3 PM        (1600.301): Beginner (no experience) 4:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
                                          11/23, 11/24        7:30 - 9 PM        (1600.302): Intermediate (1 year or less of instruction) 5:45 p.m. to 6:45
                                                                                 p.m.
FALL OPEN GYM: Scituate High School                                              (1600.303): Intermediate II (1 year or more of instruction) 6:45 p.m. to
Large Gymnasium. The goal of the open                                            7:45 p.m.                      Fee: $120.00 per 10-week programs
gym is to give middle school and high
school kids a chance to play full-court pick-                                    RADKIDS: PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT SAFETY
up basketball using the beautiful facilities of                                  EDUCATION: The Recreation’s Multi-Purpose Room at Scituate High
Scituate High School. While the open gym                                         School. The radKIDS program will be offered through the Scituate
would not be a skills type of a clinic, Coach                                    Recreation Department in conjunction with the Scituate Police
Jordan and Coach Eromin will direct the                                          Department. The radKIDS Program will teach children in the 2nd and 3rd
basketball being played. The expectations                                        grades the skills they need to protect themselves. Children are targeted as
from the coaches would be that players play up-tempo basketball, make            victims because they are more vulnerable than adults, they are more
the time worthwhile, and to have fun. The open gym would also be                 trusting and far easier to lure into dangerous situations. The radKIDS
capable of having multiple courts going at the same time dependent on            curriculum consists of home, school and out and about safety. Along with
the numbers of players that show up. This would be a great chance for            predator tricks, physical resistance strategies against abduction, Internet
kids to organize and play basketball themselves without a referee or             safety, good bad and uncomfortable touch and bullying prevention. The
uniforms. Playing pick-up basketball is what serious basketball players do       course will be taught by Scituate Police Officers certified to instruct the
all the time to become better, this open-gym would be a wonderful                program. This program has a limited class size so sign up early! If you
opportunity for Scituate kids. Open for grades 7th – 12th boys and girls.        have any questions regarding the program please contact Sergeant James
Monday, October 5th – November 16th from 7:00 – 8:15 p.m.                        Gilmartin at 781-545-1212.
(2201.201)                               Fee: $35 per participant                FALL:(1112.201) Sunday, November 1 - November 22, 2009 3 – 5 pm
                                                                                 WINTER: (1112.301) Sunday, February 28 - March 21, 2010 3 – 5 pm
                                                                                                                         Fee: $45.00 per participant
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KIDS COOKING CLASSES: Pamela Doyle, formerly Denver’s NBC                                             SCITUATE PLAYHOUSE:
Channel 9 Children’s Chef, joins us this spring for a 4 – week program           Scituate Recreation’s Multi-Purpose Room and High School Audito-
located at the Scituate Senior Center, 27 Brook Street, Scituate Harbor.         rium. Our instructor, Kathy Boluch, a Massachusetts certified
Growing gourmets will have the opportunity to cook and have fun in the           teacher guides young actors through the experience of a lifetime!
kitchen. They will be introduced to nutrition, safety, new foods, kitchen        Meaningful direction in acting, singing and dancing culminate in one
math, cooking vocabulary, techniques, utensils, and the basics of                unforgettable night your child will be forever proud of!
etiquette!                            Fee: $100 per participant                                        FALL PRODUCTIONS:
FALL:                                                                            “The Year Without a Santa Claus”…Watch your young actor
Session 1: Wednesday, September 30th, October 7, 21 & 28 2009                    blossom in this holiday classic! Santa tries to take some time off, but
(no class 10/14/09)                                                              the Elves and children of the world remind Santa how much they
(1011.201): Kindergarten – Grade 2            3:45 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.              need him. Limited to 20 young actors in grades 3-6. Please bring
(1011.202): 3 Grade & up
                 rd
                                              5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.              snack.
                                                                                 Saturdays: (10 classes) 10/3/2009 through 12/05/2009 (no class
Session 2: Wednesday, November 4, 18, Dec., 2 & Dec. 9, 2009                     11/28) from 2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.
(no class 11/11 & 11/25/09)                                                      Performance rehearsal 2:00 – 4:00 pm on 12/05/2009 followed by
(1011.211): Kindergarten – Grade 2      3:45 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.                    the final performance at 6:00 p.m.
(1011.212): 3 Grade and up
                rd
                                        5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.                    (1000.201)                                        Fee: $150 per child
                                                                                 “Peter Pan”….Here’s a great way to get your little thespian
                                                                                 started on stage. Limited to 15 tiny thespians in grades K-2.
WINTER:                                                                          Saturdays: (10 classes) 10/3/2009 through 12/05/2009 (no class
Session 1 Wednesday, January 22nd, 29th, February 5th & 12th, 2010               11/28) from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
(1011.301): Kindergarten – Grade 2         3:45 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.                 (1000.202)                                        Fee: $85 per child
(1011.302): Grade 3 and up                 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Session 2 Wednesday, March 5 , 12 , 19 & 26th, 2010
                             th   th    th                                                            WINTER PRODUCTION:
(1011.311): Kindergarten – Grade 2         3:45 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.                 “Mary Poppins”….With songs like “Chim Chim Cher-ee” and
(1011.312): 3rd Grade and up               5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.                 “Spoonful of Sugar” – this show is bound to be
                                                                                 “Supercalifragilisticexpialisdocious!” Limited to 20 young actors in
                                                                                 grades 3-6. Please bring snack.
                                                                                 Saturdays: (10 classes) 1/9/2010 through 3/20/2010 (no class 2/20/
                                                                                 10) from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
                                                                                 Performance rehearsal 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 pm on 3/20/10 followed
                                                                                 by the final performance at 6:00 pm.
                                                                                 (1000.301)                                     Fee: $150 per child




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HALLOWEEN ‘KRAFT TIME’ WORKSHOP: Thursdays:                                GUITAR WORKSHOPS WITH MATT BROWNE:
October 15, 2009 and October 22, 2009 4 p.m. to 5:30                       Location: Recreation Department/Little People Room.
pm in the Recreation Department/Little People Room at                      A one- hour a week program that includes an introduction to the guitar
Scituate High School. In this Halloween workshop we                        and a comprehensive study of guitar fundamentals, tuning and stringing
will make spooky, ghoulish, holiday-oriented crafts and                    the guitar and many exciting, enjoyable learning techniques.
decorations. Ages 6 and up. Instructor: Cheryl Bowen-                      Instructor: Matt Browne has for 16 years been a favorite for guitar
Ditommaso. All materials are included.                                     instruction in Scituate. Having taught hundreds here in Town, his
(1200.201)                                   Fee: $35 per child            instruction has expanded to ongoing workshop classes in several of the
                                                                           Scituate schools. (6 weeks)
HOLIDAY ‘KRAFT TIME’ WORKSHOP: Thursdays:                                  Tuesdays, October 6 through November 17, 2009 (no class 11/10/09)
December 3, 2009 and December 10, 2009. From 4 p.m.                        (2600.201): Ages 8 –10                  from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
to 5:30 pm in the Recreation Department/Little People                      (2600.202): Ages 11-14                  from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Room at Scituate High School. Join us in this festive                      (2600.203): Ages 15-Adults              from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
holiday craft workshop. In this two-week session, we                                                              Fee: $75.00 per participant
will prepare for the holiday season by creating holiday-
oriented ornaments, crafts and gifts. Let your child take
pride in their creations and have fun as well! Ages 6 and
up. Instructor: Cheryl Bowen-Ditommaso. All materials are included.
(1200.203)                                     Fee: $35 per child                      CALLS FROM THE NORTH POLE:
                                                                            What could be more special than phone a call
VALENTINE’S DAY KRAFT TIME: Thursdays,                                      from the jolly elf himself! On December 17,
February 4 and February 11, 2010, 4:00 p.m. to 5:30                         2009 special long distance calls will be made
p.m. in the Recreation Department/Little People Room                        between 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. from the
at Scituate High School. In this two-week session we                        North Pole directly to your child in Scituate.
will make Valentine oriented crafts and gifts for your                      While there is no charge for this service, a
home and family. Let your child enjoy taking part in                        special information sheet must be filled out
this fun-filled holiday workshop and demonstrate their                      and returned to the Recreation Department
creativity as well! Ages 6 and up. Instructor: Cheryl Bowen-                by December 14, 2009. These information sheets will be available
Ditommaso. All materials included.                                          anytime after November 30th, in the Recreation Department office.
(1200.301)                                     Fee: $35 per child           Calls will be limited so, pick up your form early. These calls are most
                                                                            appropriate for children aged 3 to 8. Only one attempt to reach
                                                                            each child will be made.




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                             PAN GAI NOON                                                                         BEGINNER TAI CHI:
    Pan Gai Noon (Half Hard/Half Soft) is a series of Martial Art styles laced              Location: Recreation’s Multi Purpose Room at Scituate High School.
together to form a more complete system. The curriculum at the school is multi-             Beginning course in chi-kung encompassing meditation, breathing tech-
   faceted. In addition to our core programs in the Pan Gai Noon Karate-Kung                niques and exercise along with an introduction to Tai Chi, a slow series
   Fu, we also offer Tai Chi Chi Kung, Meditation/Stress Management and Chi                 of movements designed to promote a balance of mind and body. Helps to
     Kung energy work. The activities contain more of the listed requirements
                                                                                            reduce: stress, balance body alignment, increased energy and much more.
 leading towards total physical fitness than almost any other single activity. We
                                                                                            Try this art!
  strive to make your Kung-Fu experience an enjoyable one, useful and relevant
   to you! …whether your goals are exercise and getting in shape, self defense,             FALL: 3200.201 Tues. 10/6 - 12/15/09 7:35 – 9:05p.m. $169 11 wk
    weight loss or a workout emphasizing mind/body coordination. Sifu Cole                  WINTER: 3200.301 Tues. 1/5 – 3/23          7:35 – 9:05p.m. $169 11 wk
Hawkins has been teaching martial arts since 1970 and oversees the training and
  development at the school. Classes are tailored to each individual age group.                                    LEVEL II TAI CHI:
     There will be no class 10/12/09, 11/11/09,1/18/10 & February Vacation                  Location: Recreation’s Multi Purpose Room at Scituate High School.
                                                                                            FALL: 3200.202 Tues. 10/6 – 12/15/09 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. $169 11 wk
               CHILDREN’S KARATE 6-9 YEAR OLDS:
Location: Recreation’s Multi Purpose Room at Scituate High School.                          WINTER: 3200.302 Tues. 1/5 – 3/23/10 6:00 –7:30 p.m. $169 11 wk
FALL:     1900.201 Mon. 10/5 -12/14/09 4:50– 5:50 p.m. $80                   10 wk
          1900.202 Wed. 10/7–12/16/09 4:50– 5:50 p.m. $80                    10 wk
WINTER: 1900.301 Mon. 1/4 – 3/22/10 4:50– 5:50 p.m. $80                      10 wk
           1900.302 Wed. 1/6 – 3/24/10 4:50– 5:50 p.m. $94                   11 wk
                                                                                                        DECEMBER & FEBRUARY
               JUNIOR’S KARATE 10-13 YEAR OLDS:
Location: Recreation’s Multi-Purpose Room at Scituate High School.                                     VACATION WEEK SPECIALS!!
FALL:     2300.201 Fri 10/2 – 12/18/09 4:50 -5:50 p.m. $87 11 wk                               LEGO PLAYLAND: Scituate Recreation’s Multi-Purpose Room
WINTER: 2300.301 Fri.        1/8 – 3/26/10  4:50 -5:50 p.m. $87 11 wk                         This unique workshop will be centered around everything LEGO!!
                             ADULT KARATE:                                                    Join the team from Event-FULL!, LLC and participate in hours of
Location: Recreation’s Multi Purpose Room at Scituate High School                             building and creating LEGO structures! Each participant will take
FALL:      3100.201 Mon. 10/5 - 12/14/09      6:00– 7:30 p.m. $105           10 wk            part in fun, creative, one-of-a-kind take-home projects! Don’t miss
           3100.202 Wed. 10/7 – 12/16/09      6:00– 7:30 p.m. $105           10 wk            out on this workshop that takes a favorite traditional toy and turns it
WINTER: 3100.301 Mon. 1/4 – 3/22/10           6:00– 7:30 p.m. $105           10 wk            into a fun-filled day with a creative spin! The LEGOS stay with us,
            3100.302 Wed. 1/6 – 3/24/10       6:00– 7:30 p.m. $125           11 wk            but the experience is yours forever (a framed photo of your child with
                                                                                              the LEGO structure they created is included)! Workshop is limited.
                    ADULT KARATE CONDITIONING:
                                                                                              Please send your child with a peanut-free snack and drink. Open to
     Location: Recreation’s Multi Purpose Room at Scituate High School.
 A total body conditioning class, it will focus on increasing strength, flexibility,          Grades K – 4. Monday, December 28th, 2009 from 9 a.m. to noon.
agility, and endurance. Training includes: western style boxing and Muay Thai                 (1016.301)                              Fee: $40 per participant
 boxing drills; such as, push-ups, sit-ups, jumping rope, working with medicine               (includes cost of all supplies) Don’t worry if you have taken this
                              balls, heavy bags, etc.                                         program before…ALL new projects will be introduced.
FALL: 3100.203 Fri. 10/2 – 12/18/09              6:00– 7:00 p.m. $115 11 wk
WINTER: 3100.303 Fri. 1/8 – 3/26/10              6:00–7:00 p.m.     $115 11 wk
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AMERICAN GIRL DOLL TOP CHEF: Scituate Recreation’s                                                        ADULT PROGRAMS:
Multi-Purpose Room Sign-up and celebrate your American Girl Doll!
Join the team from Event-FULL! LLC and bring your special friend to               ADULT KARATE AND TAI CHI PROGRAMS: SEE ABOVE PAN
this workshop for several hours that you will both enjoy. Participants            GAI NOON INFORMATION FOR MORE DETAILS
will experience creating items that their doll can “use” as well and
partaking in other activities and games!!! Please send your child with a          CEILIDHE (KAY-LEE): A gathering of friends for mutual
peanut-free snack and drink. Workshop is limited. Open to Grades K-4.             entertainment and enjoyment. Bring along a song or three, an
Monday, December 28th, 2009 from 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.                              instrument, an open heart and join in the fun. We meet the 3rd Friday of
(1016.302)                                    Fee: $40 per participant            every month from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at the Recreation Department.
                                           (Includes cost of all supplies)
                                                                                                         SAFETY PROGRAMS:
BABYSITTING COURSE: Scituate
Recreation’s Little People Room. This three-                                      BOATING SKILLS & SEAMANSHIP CERTIFICATION
hour course is designed to assist 5th-7th graders                                 COURSE: This is a United States Coast Guard approved course taught
in being better babysitters and knowing the do’s                                  by certified instructors. This course is taught through the USCGAUX
& don’ts of being home alone. The course will                                     Scituate 12-8. Location: Scituate High School, Room: TBA.. This is a
cover information on child development, basic                                     comprehensive 16-hour course designed for both the experienced and the
first aid, changing diapers, feeding children,                                    novice boater. Topics include: Which Boat is for You, Equipment for
staying home alone safety & the overall respon-                                   Your Boat, Trailering Your Boat, Handling Your Boat, Highway Signs,
sibilities of babysitting. The class will include a                               The Rules You Must Follow and Navigation. Successful completion of
question & answer session with the Scituate Police and Fire Depart-               this course also entitles 12 through 15 year-old operators to obtain the
ment. Kim Cleary, a Registered Nurse & a mother of three, teaches                 Massachusetts Environmental Police Safety Certificate allowing them to
this class.                                                                       operate a motorboat without adult supervision.
Thursday, February 18, 2010, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.                              Tues & Thurs Oct. 27th – Nov. 12th, 2009 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
(1001.301)                                       Fee: $20 per participant         (5000.201)                                  Fee: $50.00 per participant

                                                                                  AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION HEARTSAVER C.P.R./
                                                                                  A.E.D.: Scituate Fire Station Headquarters: Min. 6/Max 10. Designed
                Don’t Miss Out!                                                   for the responder who requires a credential card documenting successful
                                                                                  CPR course completion; covers adult, child, infant CPR (if you are a
         Sign up at the Town’s website                                            healthcare provider, see below). Includes new text and 2- year
 (www.town.scituate.ma.us ) for municipal updates,                                certification card. Instructor: Mark Donovan.
      including recreation announcements                                          FALL: (3500.201) October 8, 2009 at 7:15 pm
                                                                                  WINTER: (3500.301) January 28, 2010 at 7:15 pm
                                                                                                                               Fee: $45 per participant

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AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION HEALTHCARE PROVIDER                                American Red Cross Waterfront Lifeguard Training
CPR/A.E.D.: Scituate Fire Station Headquarters
Min. 6/Max.10. This class is appropriate for nurses,                           (THIS COURSE FILLS THE CERTIFICATION REQUIRE-
doctors, EMTs, medics and nursing students. This                                     MENTS TO BE A SCITUATE LIFEGUARD)
class covers defibrillation, adult, child, and infant CPR
for the Healthcare Professional. This is a two -year                                           ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
certification. Instructor: Mark Donovan.                                    Swim 550 yard continuously using the following strokes:
FALL: (3551.201) November 18, 2009 at 7:15 pm                               1. 200 yards of front crawl using rhythmic breathing to the side or the
WINTER: (3551.301) February 11, 2010 at 7:15 pm                             front, 200 yards of breaststroke, 150 yards of either crawl of breast-
                                            Fee: $50 per participant        stroke. There is no time requirement for this – only that you not stop
                                                                            once you start the swim.
FIRST AID: Scituate Fire Station Headquarters.                              2. Swim 20 yards, surface five 7 – 10 ft. to retrieve a 10LB dive
Min. 6/ Max. 12. Receive a 2-year certification from                        brick, surface, swim back and exit the water. Time limit – 1 min. 40
the American Heart Association. Learn what to do in                         secs.
everyday emergencies. This class covers infant, child                       3. Swim 5 yards and get three dive rings placed 5 yards apart in 4 – 7
and adult emergencies. Instructor: Mark Donovan                             ft. of water, surface and swim to the side. No time limit.
FALL: (3600.201) December 3, 2009 from 7:15 – 10:00 pm                      EXIT REQUIRMENTS: Successfully pass all required swim tests;
WINTER: (3600.301) February 25, 2010 from 7:15 – 10:00 pm                   Successfully pass all life guarding skills; Successfully pass with 85%
                                       Fee: $45 per participant             score written in CPR, Life guarding, and First Aid; Attendance at ALL
                                                                            class sessions is MANDATORY!!
                                                                            AGE REQUIREMENT: Must be 15 years of age by February 21,
                                                                            2010 (to take the course) (proof of age required)
                                                                            16 years of age to work for the Town of Scituate
                                                                                             LIFEGUARD TRAINING SCHEDULE:
                                                                            POOL at the YMCA at Mill Pond in Hanover :
                                                                            Sundays (2/21, 28, 3/7, 14, 21, 28, 2010 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
                                                                            CLASSROOM in Scituate Recreation Little People Room:
                                                                            Wednesdays 2/24, 3/3, 10, 17, 31 and 4/7/2010) from 6:00 p.m. to
                                                                            9:30 p.m.
                                                                            (2950.301)                                              Fee: $300
                                                                            (includes Lifeguard Training Certificate, CPR and First Aid
                                                                            Certificates)




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                     ADULT COOKING CLASSES:                                                  ADULT HEALTH AND FITNESS PROGRAMS
            Scituate Senior Center, 27 Brook Street, Scituate Harbor:                       In Massachusetts, only 10% of adults engage in regular and vigorous
   Denver’s former NBC Ch. 9 Children’s Chef as well as cooking instructor,              physical activity and less than 18% of high school students participate in a
food writer, caterer, Pamela Doyle, has developed these new one night cooking            daily physical education class (compared to the national average of 32%)1.
     classes. Pamela’s philosophy is to not just provide cooking classes and              Not surprisingly, 55% of adults are overweight or obese 2, and 24% of the
    kitchen products – but teach you how to use those techniques and tools to                 state’s high school students are overweight or at risk for becoming
  create a wonderful meal for you to share with your family and friends. The             overweight3. Another sad note, when today’s 50 year olds were 10, only 4%
enjoyment and satisfaction that comes from preparing and enjoying good food              of kids were overweight vs 30% today.4 Let’s challenge ourselves to foster
 is what it is all about. Once people are taught the basics, it gives them a new          healthier lifestyles in the Town of Scituate and set a good example for the
             enthusiasm for cooking and how food fits into their lives.                                                  next generation.
  These classes are demonstrations where samples of preparations are served
  along with a beverage that will constitute a full meal. Printed copies of all          YOGA FOR ADULTS: Scituate Recreation’s Multi Purpose Room.
              recipes are provided which are full of tips and secrets.                   Hatha Yoga class-moving meditation – including gentle stretching
  Class space is limited. The facility will be open 15 minutes prior to the start        techniques, strengthening postures and breathing exercises to decrease
                 of each class. We will start promptly at 6:45 p.m.                      stress and increase flexibility and the ability to focus. Leslie Payne
FALL:Tuesday, October 13th, 2009: “Grazing”                                              CYT, COTA/L, will offer classes this fall. Leslie completed a 200-hour
With our busy schedule these days do you find yourself grazing through                   training program. She received her certification through the Open
the kitchen? Come and learn how to make great snacking food or food to                   Doors Teacher training program.
take on the go! So say goodbye to the vending machines fast food and                     FALL:
junk food, learn how to make delicious food that is also good for you.                   (4400.203) Mon. 10/5/09 – 12/7/09 7:35 – 8:35 p.m.
(4000.201)                               Fee $35.00 per participant                      (4400.201) Wed. 10/7/09 – 12/16/09 7:35 – 8:35 p.m (no class
Tuesday, November 17 , 2009: “Cookie Swap”
                           th
                                                                                         11/25)
Come join us on planning a party and share a bounty of great baked                       (4400.202) Fri. 10/9/09 – 12/18/09 9:00 – 10 a.m. (no class 11/27)
treats!                                                                                                                           Fee $80.00 per participant
(4000.202)                               Fee $40.00 per participant                      WINTER:
WINTER:Tuesday, January 5th, 2010: “Make Ahead for the Freezer”                          (4400.303) Mon. 1/4/10 – 3/15/10 7:35 – 8:35 p.m. (no class 2/15/10)
When you make the effort to cook today, why not cook enough for the                      (4400.301) Wed. 1/6/10 – 3/17/10 7:35 – 8:35 p.m. (no class 2/17/10)
freezer at the same time? Let me share some of my favorites, that will                   (4400.302) Fri. 1/8/10 – 3/19/10 9:00 – 10 a.m. (no class 2/19/10)
take the pressure off of your busy schedule and don’t have time to cook,                                                          Fee $80.00 per participant
then just pull it out of the freezer and enjoy!
(4000.301)                               Fee: $40.00 per participant
Tuesday, February 23 , 2010: “Coziest Comfort Soups”
                          rd

Winter and soup go together like peas and carrots. Wintertime soup can
                                                                                         1
                                                                                           Action for Health Kids: Massachusetts StateProfile ww.actionforhealthykids.org),
                                                                                           2005
be the whole dinner. These soups are perfect for the season because you                  2
                                                                                           Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance
can make and freeze them when you’re in a pinch. This demonstration                        System, 2002
and tasting class will show you how to make soups that are hearty                        3
                                                                                           Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance
enough to stand on their own. Soup-it’s what’s for dinner!                                 System, 2003
                                                                                         4
                                                                                           MRPA State Conference “Hearts N’ Parks: Programming for Heart-healthy
(4000.302)                               Fee: $40.00 per participant                       Lifestyles”
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EXCERCISE BALL WORKOUT WITH WEIGHTS: Scituate                                                   NATURE WALK SERIES
Recreation’s Multi-Purpose Room. Do you own an exercise ball and                           YOU MAY REGISTER FOR THIS NOW!
don’t know how to use it? Then come sign up for a motivating,                    Whether you are young or old, new to Town or have lived here your
challenging one hour resistance training workout. Tone your body,                                entire life… PLEASE JOIN US
strenghthen your core muscles, increase your flexibility, improve your                     Treat yourself…come alone or grab a friend
coordination through this stability workout on your exercise ball. Hand
weights will also be used to enhance your workout. All levels welcome.          From the deep woods of Bates Lane; Scituate’s largest un-fragmented
Please bring your own exercise ball. Instructor: Sarah Lannon                     forest (Carl Pipes Memorial Trail, Litchfield Property & Maxwell
                                       Fee: $55 per participant                  Trail) to the open marshlands of the Driftway, see Scituate’s natural
FALL:(4410.201): Sundays: 10/4 – 12/6/ 09 from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.                                               wonders!
WINTER:(4410.301): Sundays: 1/17 – 3/21/10 from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
                                                                                                         Bates Lane Trails:
(no class 2/14/10)
                                                                                              Carl Pipes 10/7 & Litchfield Trail 10/14:
                                                                                 Walk along trails highlighted by vernal pools, pine groves, hemlock
NOT YOUR AVERAGE BOOT CAMP: ALL LEVELS OF                                         groves, a granite ledge overlooking a brook down in the ravine, a
FITNESS WELCOME                                                                      glacial rock formation covering a babbling brook and more
Scituate High School Track This is an interval-training program that
includes cardiovascular as well as muscular conditioning drills and                                    Railroad Bed 9/9 &9/23:
exercises. Utilizing medicine balls, jump ropes, lunges, squat thrusts,         Explore the historic Old Colony Railroad bed; starting at the Driftway
jacks, push ups, bleachers and running/walking. This is guaranteed to            to the North River. Members of the Conservation Commission will
improve your strength and endurance. Bring your running shoes, jump                                          lead the way.
rope and water. You will inspire and be inspired by others. Anything and
                                                                                                           Ellis Estate 9/30:
everything is fair game in this total body workout! Drop-ins welcome
                                                                                      Check out the fitness stations along the paths of this estate.
$10 with a Registration form.
Instructors: Jen Rooney and Suzy Murray        Fee: $55.00 (10 weeks)                                     Driftway Park 9/16:
FALL:                                                                           Start on the fish pier and continue on the AJ McEachern trail onto the
(3800.201)       Mon. 9/28 – 11/30/09         6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m.               marsh, ending in the wide- open field hidden behind the birch trees
(3800.202)       Wed. 9/30 – 12/2/09          6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m.                                        along the Driftway.
(3800.204)       Sat. 9/26 – 12/5/09          7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m
                                                                                                         Meet at 10:00 a.m.
(3800.203)     Mon. 9/28 – 10/26/09          6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.              Join us once a week. If you ever wanted to take a walk in the woods or
                                              Fee: $28.00 (5 weeks)               check out the marshlands but were hesitant to go alone…this is the
WINTER:                                                                         program for you. Plan about one hour per walk; with the exception of
(3800.301)     Mon. 1/4 –3/8/10              6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m.                            the Carl Pipes Trail that will take 2 hours.
(3800.302)     Wed. 1/6 – 3/10/10            6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m.               (4100.401) This program is FREE, however, registration is required
(3800.304)     Sat. 1/9 – 3/13/10            7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m               so we may staff accordingly. Upon registering we will provide you with
                                                                                            specific information on locations and parking.
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                 ADULT BASKETBALL: Please note:                                             SCITUATE STATIONARY CYCLING:
   In addition to cancellations noted here, this program follows the            Scituate Recreation Multi Purpose Room at Scituate High School.
    School Calendar and does not run during school vacations, on                Get in shape the fast and affordable way! Our cycling program offers the
                      holidays or on snow days.                                 best -certified instructors on state of the art Schwinn cycles (JUST
                                                                                IN…BRAND NEW BIKES!!) accompanied by motivating music.
(3750.201) MEN’S OVER 35 BASKETBALL: Gates Junior High                          Stationary cycling is a unique program emphasizing individual needs,
School. Tuesday and Thursday nights, schedule below. Fee: $100                  regardless of age or fitness ability. (10-Week Session).
                                                                                Fee: $75.00 (10 weeks, we do meet holidays and vacation week.) In-
               9/22/09 –          12/15/09 –          3/23/10-5/25/10           structors: Maggie Cadigan, Sarah Lannon, Ellen Burke & Erin Culbert
               11/24/09             3/16/10              7:00-9:30
 Tuesday       7:00-9:30      7:30 p.m. – 9:30                                  Fall: (10 weeks, we do meet holidays and vacation week.)
                                     p.m.                                       Instructors: Maggie Cadigan, Sarah Lannon, Ellen Burke & Erin Culbert
                                                                                (3900.201) Monday 10/12 – 12/14/09 5:45 AM to 6:45AM Maggie
                                                                                 (3900.212) Monday 10/12 – 12/14/09 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Ellen
                9/24/09 –          12/17/09 –         3/25/10 – 5/27/10         (3900.202) Monday 10/12 – 12/14/09 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM Sarah
                 11/19/0             3/18/10             7:00 – 9:30            (3900.209)Tuesday      10/13 – 12/15/09 5:45 AM to 6:45AM Maggie
 Thursday
               7:00 – 9:30         7:30 – 9:00                                  (3900.208) Tuesday 10/13 – 12/15/09 9:15 AM to 10:15 AM Sarah
                                                                                (3900.203) Wed.        10/14 – 12/16/09 9:15 AM to 10:15 AM Maggie
                                                                                (3900.210) Wed.        10/14 – 12/16/09 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Erin
Please note:                                                                    (3900.204) Wed.        10/14 – 12/16/09 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM Sarah
In addition to cancellations noted here, this program follows the School        (3900.205) Thurs.      10/15 – 12/17/09 5:45 AM to 6:45 AM Sarah
Calendar and does not run during school vacations, on holidays or on            (3900.206) Friday (*) 10/16 – 12/18/09 9:15 AM to 10:30 AM Maggie
snow days.                                                                       (*)Muscle Spin = get your cardio PLUS strength and ab work out to top off
                                                                                this 75 minute class.
(3700.201) MEN’S UNDER 35 BASKETBALL: Gates Junior High                         (3900.207) Sat.        10/17 – 12/19/09       8:00 AM to 9:00 AM:
                                                                                Alternates
School. Monday and Wednesday nights, schedule below. Fee: $75.00.

  Monday                          9/21/09 – 5/24/10                             WINTER: (10 weeks, we do meet holidays and vacation week.)
                                      7:30-9:30                                 (3900.301) Monday     1/4 – 3/8/10  5:45 a.m. to 6:45a.m.: Maggie
                                                                                (3900.312) Monday     1/4 – 3/8/10  4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. : Ellen
                9/23/09 –
                              11/24/09 – 3/29/10      3/29/10 – 5/27/10         (3900.302) Monday     1/4 – 3/8/10  6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.: Sarah
Wednesday        11/18/09                                                       (3900.309) Tuesday    1/5 – 3/9/10   5:45 a.m. to 6:45 a.m.: Maggie
                                CANCELLED             7:30 p.m. to 9:30
               7:30 p.m. to                                                     (3900.308) Tuesday    1/5 – 3/9/10  9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.: Sarah
                                                             p.m.
                 9:30 p.m.                                                      (3900.303) Wed.       1/6 – 3/10/10 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.: Maggie
                                                                                (3900.310) Wed.       1/6 – 3/10/10 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM        Erin
Please note:                                                                    (3900.304) Wed.       1/6 – 3/10/10 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.: Sarah
In addition to cancellations noted here, this program follows the School        (3900.305) Thurs.     1/7 – 3/11/10 5:45 a.m. to 6:45 a.m.: Sarah
Calendar and does not run during school vacations, on holidays or on            (3900.306) Friday (*) 1/8 – 3/12/10 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.: Maggie
snow days.                                                                      (3900.307) Saturday   1/9 – 3/13/10 8:00 a.m to 9:00 a.m: Alternates
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  FIELD, BASKETBALL COURT, IN-LINE SKATING RINK OR                                                  PLEASE CUT OUT AND SAVE!
                      BANDSTAND PERMITS:                                                       Activities Sponsored by Other Organizations
 If you are interested in using a Town playing field, basketball court,                        PLEASE Use Phone Numbers Listed Below:
 the PJ In-line Skating Rink or the Morrill Bandstand in Cole Park-            These are independent organizations & not under Scituate Recreation
way permits must be obtained through Scituate Recreation. Applica-             Scituate Adult Evening School          781-545-8750
tions are available in the office or online at www.town.scituate.ma.us
                                                                               Scituate Community Christmas          781-545-7108
                                                                                                                  www.scituatecommunitychristmas.com

                                                                               Scituate Chamber of Commerce           781-545-4000 Elaine Bongarzone
                      DON’T MISS OUT…
  We will be accepting summer employment applications starting                 Scituate Knights of Columbus           781-545-9829
       Monday, January 4, 2010 through March 15, 2010.
                                                                               Scituate Little League                 www.scituatelittleleague.org
              Interviews will be scheduled for April.
   Jobs include lifeguards, recreation counselors and sailing                  Scituate Lacrosse                       www.scituatelacrosse.com
                          instructors.
  Applications are available in the office and on line at                      Scituate Soccer Club                   617-365-5951 Peter Martin
                     www.town.scituate.ma.us
                                                                               Scituate Traveling Softball            gsm99@comcast.net Gary Meyerson

                                                                               Scituate Youth Football                781-556-0215
                                                                                                                      www.scicohfootball.com
              www.PJStevermanGolf.com
                                                                               Scituate Youth Cheerleading            781-556-0216
    Fourteenth Annual PJ Steverman Golf Classic                                                                       www.scicohfootball.com
   A benefit for the Friends of Scituate Recreation
        Will be held Friday, September 18, 2009                                Scituate Youth Travel Basketball       781-556-0126
                                                                                                                      www.scituatebasketball.org
          Widow’s Walk: 1:00 p.m. shotgun
River Club: 6:00 p.m., Dinner, Silent & Live Auction and                       Scituate Youth Center                  781-545-6400 Bob Drew
                         Raffle
                  Foursome: $500.00                                            South Shore Senior Softball League     781-545-5441 Kevin McLaughlin
              Hole Sponsorship: $175.00                                        South Shore Seahawks                   www.southshoreseahawks.org
              Dinner Ticket only: $40.00
           For more information, please call,                                  C.O.R.S.E. (Community of Resources for Special Education)
                  781-545-5321 or 781-545-8738                                               Tracey Johnston www.corsefoundation.org

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                              SCITUATE RECREATION REGISTRATION FORM
                                               (One per person)
A separate form is required for each participant. Please complete this form in full, including ALL requested
information.
                                          PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY

Participant Name:
_________________________________________________________________________________

Date of Birth: __________________________ Age: ______________ Grade (09-10): ________________
                                The grade would be the grade your child entered in the Fall of 2009.

Street Address:
_____________________________________________________________________________________

City: _________________________________________ State: _____________ Zip: _________________

Home Phone:_______________________________ Work Phone: _______________________________

Cell Phone: _________________________________ Email Address: ____________________________

 IMPORTANT! In an emergency situation, the above numbers will be called. Please provide additional
 Emergency Contact Information below in case we are unable to reach anyone at the above numbers.

Name: __________________________________________ Relationship: _________________________

Phone*: ______________________________________ *different than those provided above!

Medical Conditions (allergies, etc.): _______________________________________________________

Insurance Company Name: ___________________________________ Policy #: ___________________

      *PROGRAM               PROGRAM                START                         FEE
         CODE                  NAME                 DATE
________________________________________________________________________ $____________

________________________________________________________________________ $____________

________________________________________________________________________ $____________

                                                          on Resident Fee - $5.00/program $____________

                                                                            GRAND TOTAL: $____________

                               PLEASE CONTINUE TO OTHER SIDE
                     RELEASE MUST BE FILLED OUT AND SIGNED TO PARTICIPATE
                                         THANK YOU!

OFFICE USE ONLY

Date Received: ________________ Payment Received: _____________ Release Signed: ____________

Received by: __________________ Date Processed: ________________ Processed by: ____________
          RENTAL CONSENT, RELEASE FROM LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT
                        (IF UNDER 18 PARENT MUST FILL OUT)
I/We, the undersigned father, mother or guardian (circle or insert legal relationship to student, e.g., “parent,”
“guardian”) of __________________________ (insert name of student) (“my child”), a minor, do herby consent to
my child’s participation in voluntary athletic or recreation programs of the Town/ and /or Public Schools of Scituate
(hereinafter “the Town”).
I/We also agree to forever RELEASE the Town, a municipal corporation of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
and/or the Public Schools of _______________, the School Committee, and all their employees, officers, agents,
board members, volunteers, Friends of Scituate Recreation, Inc. and any and all individuals and organizations
assisting or participating in voluntary athletic or recreation programs of the Town (“the Releasees”) from any and
all claims, actions, rights of action, and causes of action, damages, costs, loss of services, expenses,
compensation and attorneys’ fees that may have arisen in the past, or may arise in the future directly or indirectly,
from known and unknownpersonal injuries to my child or property damage resulting from my child’s participation
in the said Town and/or Public School’s voluntary athletic or recreation programs which I/we may now or
hereafter have as the parent(s) or guardian(s) of said minor child and which said minor child has or hereafter may
acquire, either before or after reaching majority.
         I/We also promise, to INDEMNIFY, REIMBURSE, DEFEND, and HOLD HARMLESS the Releasees
against any and all legal claims and proceedings of any description that may have been asserted in the past, or
may be asserted in the future, directly or indirectly, including damages, costs and attorneys’ fees, arising from
personal injuries to my child or property damage resulting from my child’s participation in the Town and/or Public
Schools of ____________ voluntary athletic or recreation programs or administration of first aid.
         I/We further affirm that I/we have read this Parental Consent, Release from Liability and Indemnity
Agreement, and that I/we understand the contents of this Agreement. I/We understand that my child’s
participation in these programs is voluntary and that my child and I/we are free to choose not to participate in said
programs. By signing this Agreement, I/we affirm that I/we have decided to allow my child to participate in the
Town and/or Public Schools’ athletic or recreation programs with full knowledge that the Releasees will not be
liable to anyone for personal injuries and property damage my child or I/we may suffer in voluntary Town and/or
Public School athletic or recreation programs. Permission is granted for any emergency medical treatment
needed.
Signature of Parent(s) or Guardian(s):____________________________________________________
Of Student/Participant Name (Printed) : ___________________________________________________
Date:______________________________________________________________________________

                       RELEASE FROM LIABILITYAND INDEMNITYAGREEMENT
                                 (IF OVER18 MUST FILL OUT)
I, __________________, in consideration of my being allowed participate in ____________________, do forever
RELEASE, acquit, discharge and covenant to hold harmless the Town of Scituate (“Town”), a municipal
corporation of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Friends of Scituate Recreation, Inc., and its
successors, departments,officers, employees, servants, volunteers, attorneys and agents, of and from any and all
actions, cause of action, claims, demands, costs, loss of services, expenses and compensation on account of or
in any way arising out of, directly or indirectly, all known and unknown personal injuries or property damage which
I may now or hereafter have or may acquire, resulting or to result from said participation in the aforementioned
activities. Furthermore, I hereby agree to protect the Town and its successors, departments, officers, employees,
servants, volunteers, attorneys and agents against any claim for damages, compensation or otherwise arising out
of or resulting from any injury to any party in connection with said participation in the aforementioned activities
and to INDEMNIFY, reimburse or make good to the Town or its successors, departments, officers, employees,
servants, volunteers, and agents any loss or damage or costs, including attorneys’ fees, which the Town or its
representatives may have to pay if any litigation arises from said participation in the aforementioned activities.
Permission is granted for any emergency medical treatment needed.
Witness Signature: ____________________________________________________________________
Participant Signature: __________________________________________________________________
Date:_______________________________________________________________________________

                                    THIS FORM MAY NOT BE ALTERED

								
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