Butterfield Park ACTIVITY GUIDE District FALL 2011 WhAT’s nEW ThE NEW aND IMPROVED BUTTERfIELD PaRk DISTRICT “STaTE Of ThE DISTRICT” 2011 FALL 2011 ACTIVITY GUIDE as stated in the 2011 summer brochure, the butterfield park district has begun to imple- ment improvements to our programs, properties and facility. the fall brochure is the sec- ond edition of our revised program guide. based on feedback from the summer brochure, patrons were excited about the changes. Comments included that it was much easier to read and find information, it generated confidence regarding the programs, the district seemed improved and the offerings seemed more exciting. the fall brochure will follow the same style and direction established in the last publication. our parks are in need of improvements. the district has began addressing this overdue task with the recent renovation of Kensington park. the project was completed in the spring of 2011 and includes a picnic shelter, new playground two baseball/softball fields, walking/running path, mini soccer field and a natural area. a conceptual plan has been developed to improve Hoffman park. this involved several public meetings and an online survey. the results was a park including a multi-purpose sport court, basketball court, picnic shelter restrooms, natural area, walk/run path, multi-purpose athletic fields, base- ball/softball fields and a playground. the park district is working cooperatively with school districts 44 to maximize resources. We are finalizing a recreational lease for the Comed property that borders Hoffman park. to fund the project, the park district will be applying for a grant. the park district will begin construction of a new playground this fall in coop- eration with school district 44. With all of our properties, the districts goal is to increase the ongoing care and maintenance. using the standards established at Kensington this season, we will apply those same efforts to all of the district properties. in order to increase the recreational opportunities the district provides its community members, we have partnered with several organizations and recreation providers. the but- terfield park district is partnering with b.r.ryall YmCa in glen ellyn. all butterfiel park dis- trict residents now qualify for most of their programs as members resulting in significant savings as well as the ability to participate in programs such as group exercise classes, indoor swimming, racquetball. the park district also partners with synergy soccer, Lady Lightning basketball, seven bridges ice arena, Western acres golf Course, and downers grove golf Club. expanded programming will be offered but keep in mind enrollment is essential for the classes to run. the district will expand its active adult offerings by hosting monthly events, increase its early childhood activities and develop an athletic department with a focus on “learn to play” and recreation. We encourage ideas, suggestions and comments. please contact us at 630-858.2229. Mission stateMent reCoGnition opportunities reGistration inforMation The Butterfield Park District mission is to promote Honor relatives, friends, community members, or The Butterfield Park District has a new online registra- ongoing development of a park system providing special occasions by donating trees, benches, and/or tion system for activities, pool passes, rentals, camps, recreational opportunities for all residents. Butterfield landscaping. and aquatics. Park District strives to offer diversified programs and With online registration capabilities, thousands of activities encompassing personal enjoyment contributing park Benches participants will now be able to view, register and pay Purchase or dedicate a park bench at Kensington, to self-fulfillment and enhancing the quality of life. for Butterfield Park District’s many activities, including Brentwood or Glenbriar. new programs such as softball leagues, baseball, craft Price $650 Board of CoMMissioners classes, trips, camps, aquatics, and tennis! President – Michael Kryger trees Another exciting feature of this system is the abil- Vice-President – Lisa Saunderson Choose from a variety of shade or evergreen trees. ity to check availability of facilities. Participants can Treasurer – Larry Montgomery Price ranges from $200-$500 also go online and manage their aquatic passes and Secretary – James Gavin punch cards. Deputy Secretary – Michele Piotrowski Landscape You may register online at www.butterfieldpd.com. Help us bring color to our parks! With a donation of Registration is also accepted via fax, mail or drop off. $500-$1000 we will install flower boxes and/or natural A lock box is located just outside the front entrance Board Meetings planting beds in any of our parks. for your convenience. Payments can be made in the Park Board meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month (except for December & July) at 6:30 pm Bricks form of check, credit card, or cash (exact amount is at the Butterfield Park District Recreation & Aquatic Have your name engraved on a brick to be placed appreciated). There is a service fee for all returned Center. The public is welcome to attend. Board agen- outside the Recreaiton & Aquatic Center. Price ranges checks. Online and faxed registrations are accepted das are posted in the lobby of the recreation center from from $85-$125. with credit card only. 48 hours in advance of each meeting. Please register by the deadline date to ensure doWners Grove fitness Center classes meet the minimum number of participants. office Hours 630.858.2229 All classes canceled by the Park District will result in a Cooperative full refund. Cancellation by a participant must be done M-F 9:00-5:00 pm Get fit with your Fitness Center Membership. But- two business days in advance to qualify for a full re- terfield Park District residents can purchase Down- Administrative Offices Closed: fund. There is a $5.00 processing fee for cancellations. ers Grove Park District Fitness Center annual passes Nov 24, 25; Dec 23, 26, 30; Jan 2 Withdrawal from a program is refunded only after first at resident rates. The two park districts are partner- class, if not satisfied, with a doctor’s note, or with ing to offer more recreation options for residents. evidence of a move with written request. Brian McGarry Memorial fund The exchange allows Downers Grove Park District The Butterfield Park District provides some programs residents to purchase Butterfield Park District pool Brian McGarry, long time Butterfield East neighbor, passes at resident rates. and services for its residents at lower rates than those 1 Butterfield Park District supporter, and volunteer for charged to non-residents. Please check your tax bill to HYBC youth baseball, recently passed away. “Friends To Purchase a Downers Grove Park District Fitness determine if you are within residency of the District. of Brian McGarry”, along with the Park District, are Center pass, visit the Butterfield Park District to The first fee listed is the resident rate and the second recognizing Brian by creating a permanent recognition verify your residency. You will receive a letter that fee listed is the non-resident fee. at Kensington Park, renaming the large ball field. For will entitle you to one free visit and the purchase of The Park District goal is that each class will have more information, contact 630-858-2229. the membership at Downers Grove resident rates. enough participation to ensure the class will run. Sign up early as well as encouraging friends will help ensure sponsorsHip the program will run. The Park District has marketing opportunities ideal to promote your business. 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Learn more at www.definingWhiteSpace.com or call Dave Prickett at 630.474.9591. w w w.butterfieldpd.com tHe LearninG nest presCHooL introduCtion to presCHooL 3’s & 4’s Partnering with parents to provide children with for toddLers The 3-4 year old program involves a strong a solid social, emotional and academic founda- This class provides a warm, nurturing environ- balance of academics and fun, incorporating tion as they start down the path to becoming ment and is designed for children ages 2-3. arts and crafts into lessons on science, math, lifelong learners. Emphasis is on developing social skills and and learning letters and numbers. Our staff transitioning from home to school. Language recognizes each child’s unique rate of develop- 3 Year presCHooL proGraM development is supported through daily ment, and therefore our curriculum focuses on Our Early Childhood Program spans a full three activities that include ABC’s, counting, story different levels of ability, individual needs, and years. During this time, children experience time, games, and arts and crafts. 2 and 3 day learning styles. Student activities are desig- tremendous growth in all areas of development. program participants will receive individualized nated to promote each child’s self esteem and a We provide a safe and nurturing environment “Play & Learn” Play Dough mats, sent home positive outlook toward learning, while striving that allows for the social and emotional growth weekly, to reinforce skills & concepts being to instill independence and responsibility. of all of our students. We believe that estab- introduced in the classroom. (Children must be 3 years of age by September lishing strong foundations in learning during (Children must be 2 years of age by September 1st to enroll in this program.) this period of a child’s life will ensure that each 1st to enroll in this program.) Choose from a 2 day or a 3 day option. child is well equipped to successfully continue Choose from a one day, two day, or three day 3–4 years a lifelong love of learning. Beginning with option. Multiple times are available. September 6, 2011—May 27, 2012 the 2/3 year old program, proven curriculum 2’s & 3’s materials are used to introduce concepts in 3 day option 9:00-11:00 am MTW September 6, 2011—May 27, 2012 reading, writing, math and music. As your child $163/178 grows, the curriculum is expanded to include 3 day option 9:00-10:30am or 11:00-12:30 pm M T W or W Th F or social studies, language arts, science, geography and history. $122/135 2 day option 9:00-12:00 pm Th F Our preschool program runs continuously $163/178 or throughout the school year, observing the same 8/10 min/max holidays and no school day schedule as District 2 day option 9:00-10:30am or 11:00-12:30 pm Registration is ongoing 44. Children must be the appropriate age by M T or Th F This program follows the D44 school calendar. September 1st. There is a $50.00 non-refund- $77 /85 2 able administrative fee to register and a copy of 4’s & 5’s a birth certificate is required. Preschool tuition or Our prekindergarten program offers a devel- is paid in equal monthly payments, based on 1 day option 9:00-10:30am or 11:00-12:30 pm opmentally appropriate, skill based program the total number of attendance days within the W designed to meet the needs of children as entire school year. Tuition is due the 15th of the they transition from preschool to kindergarten. $52/60 previous month and is processed through our Proven curriculum materials provide accelerated 4/6 min/max EFT Auto Draft program. September tuition is learning opportunities for our prekindergarten Registration is ongoing due on July 15th. Refund requests for with- students. We provide a phonics based read- This program follows the D44 school calendar. drawal from the program must be received by ing program, as well as a hands-on math and the Butterfield Park District prior to August 1st, hand writing program, to ensure the academic in order to receive a tuition refund. foundation critical to your child’s future school The Learning Nest Preschool Program has been success. (Children must be 4 years of age by expanded to incorporate the Illinois State Board September 1st to enroll in this program.) of Education Early Childhood Learning Stan- 4-5 years dards. In addition to nurturing the development September 6, 2011—May 27, 2012 of your child’s social and emotional growth, 9:00–11:00am M T W Th we have put in place a program that builds the foundation necessary to support your child’s $198/217 future academic challenges. 10/20 min/max Registration is ongoing This program follows the D44 school calendar. LunCH BunCH proGraM 11:00-12:00 pm M T W Th 2 Day Option $32 any 2 days 3 Day Option $48 any 3 days 4 Day Option $64 any 4 days SpeciAl eVeNtS see page 16 Wee Care presCHooL Basp proGraMs LittLe expLorers Back by popular demand, these classes offer 3-5 years your “little explorer” the opportunity to learn September 6, 2011—May 27, 2012 about the natural world around them through Wee Care Before School Program 7:00–9:00 am hands on discovery, nature walks, sensory ex- M T W Th F ploration, crafts, stories and games. Session are Wee Care After School Program 3:30-6pm 6 weeks long unless otherwise noted. disCoverY fridaYs M T W Th F Children ages 3-5 will enjoy 3 hours of hands 3-5 years Monthly fees on exploration and discovery. Designed to Days Per Wk: 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day session i complement the preschool curriculum, this class AM $ 65 $ 80 $100 $120 September 12—October 17 M will provide your child additional opportunities PM $83 $103 $128 $153 11:30-12:00 pm no class October 10 to explore the themes and skills being taught in $45/50 their classroom. Choose the combination of days that best fits session ii 3–5 years your family’s schedule. This program follows October 24—December 5 M September 6, 2011—May 27, 2012 F the D44 No School Day calendar. 11:30am-12:00pm no class November 21 9:00-12:00 pm earLY drop off proGraM $55/60 $85 3-5 years 4/12 min/max 6/10 min/max September 6, 2011—May 27, 2012 Register by 1 week prior to class Registration is ongoing Tuition for this class is due the 15th of the prior 8:30-9:00am M T W Th F Karate month, and follows the same schedule used for Monthly fees Learn the art of self-defense through drills, preschool tuition. This class follows the District Days Per Wk: 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day kicking, punching, and blocking in this martial 44 No School Days. $ 16 $ 24 $ 32 $ 32 art called Shotokan Karate. The course will help develop flexibility, self-discipline, stamina, staY’n’pLaY extended daY Choose the combination of days that best fits concentration, and courage. Taught by Mas- presCHooL proGraMs your family’s schedule. This program follows the ter Espiritu. Master Espiritu is a 9th degree The Butterfield Park District now offers a variety D44 No School Day calendar. black belt, three time All-Philippines National 3 of options to extend your child’s preschool Champion, and Illinois Forms Champion. Master day. Children ages 3–5 can now participate in Kinder reC Espiritu is head instructor of eight Karate before and after school programs on a month This program is designed to include the younger Chapters in the Philippines. Feel free to observe by month basis that best fits your family’s age into recreation activities when they are not class before registering. demanding schedule. After a busy morning in in school. Children will continue to grow so- preschool, students will spend time relaxing cially in this fun and interactive atmosphere for arnis stick fighting with their friends enjoying unstructured play the Kindergarten age group. 11:30-1:00 pm Sa time, crafts, gym time and outdoor activities. For morning Kindergarten students attending shotokan Karate 3-5 years District 89 Schools. 1:00-3:00 pm Su September 6, 2011—May 27, 2012 K grade advanced Class extended day stay’n’play August-June 2:00-4:00 pm Su M T W Th F M-F when school is in session $45 per month (20% discount for siblings) 1 hour 2 hour 3 hour 11:40am-3:30pm 12-1:00 12-2:00 12-3:30 $70.00 for both classes $50 Administration Fee 2 Day Option $25 $50 $75 Days Per Wk: 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 3 Day Option $35 $70 $105 $105 $130 $155 4 Day Option $45 $90 $130 6/26 min/max 5 Day Option $50 $100 $155 Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center Available in 1, 2 and 3 hour options. Choose the combination of days that best fit your fam- ily’s schedule. This program follows the D44 No School Day calendar. w w w.butterfieldpd.com aBC MusiC’n’Me Hidden treasures at Hidden LaKe tHe art of feLtinG: Give your child a head start! The research is Come be a detective at Hidden Lakes. We will feLtinG for tHe HoLidaYs in: KinderMusic helps your child develop early have a new mystery to solve each week. We Felted wool is humanity’s first fabric, and a literacy skills, increase self-control, and improve will explore wet areas and prairie areas to find wonderful medium for artistic expression. social-emotional functioning, all while cultivat- the answers to the mysteries. Your child may Felting is an ancient art form that actually ing a life-long love of music. In class, children return home a bit wet and muddy, but with a pre-dates weaving, and is amazingly simple; will enjoy songs, stories, instruments, dance smile on their face. Arrive at Hidden Lake at wool (or roving) fibers are matted together to and pretend play. Plus, each child will receive a 1:00 to drop off your child. Please return to bind into a fabric with either a wet (soap and beautiful set of home materials (CD, story mag- Hidden Lake at 2:00 to pick your child up at water) or dry (barbed needle) process. In this azine, and every other month an instrument) to the end of class. exciting workshop you’ll learn both techniques continue the learning at home with their most while work with a luscious palette of roving 3-6 years important teacher – YOU! Sessions are 6 weeks colors. Students will start by learning to make long, unless otherwise noted. session i solid felt balls and move on to felting around a September 13—October 18 no class October 11 rock to create a doorstop. Once these 2 basic 2-3 years 1:00-2:00 pm T techniques have been mastered, students will session i session ii have the choice to create an adorable felted September 14—October 19 W October 25—Nov 29 no class November 21 snowman or felted jewelry. session ii 1:00-2:00 pm T 6-10 years October 26—December 7 W $60 4:00-4:45 pm T 2:00-12:30pm no class November 21 6/10 min/max October 25—December 6 $75/83 Register by one week prior to class no class November 21 sibling $45/50 Location: Hidden Lake $66/70 4/6 min/max: 6/8 min/max Before and after sCHooL proGraM Register by 1 week prior to class Register by one week prior to class Students who attend Butterfield Elementary 3-5 years School in District 44. Mess-terpieCe CLuB session i K-5 grade Make a mess and art at the same time. This 4 September 14—October 19 W August-June class will encourage art at its finest through session ii M-F when school is in session anything but regular art supplies. We will be October 26—December 7 W 7:00-8:25 am 3:15-6:00 pm creating wild and crazy paintings, sculptures, 11:30am-12:00pm no class November 21 $50 Administration Fee drawings and designs. Each class will be filled Days Per Wk: 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day with a new project! $75/83 sibling $45/50 4/6 min/max AM $ 80 $105 $120 3-5 grade Register by 1 week prior to class PM $103 $128 $153 session i Location: Butterfield Elementary School September 15—October 20 no class October 10 HoLidaY Gifts froM nature 4:15-5:15pm Th Before and after sCHooL proGraM Enjoy making old-fashioned craft items using $42/47 District 89 Elementary School Students materials gathered from nature. Finished proj- Register by September 8 ects include an acorn photo frame, milkweed K-5 grade Santa’s, tiny floating candles, and other holiday August-June session ii crafts. If time permits, students will also learn Day: M-F when school is in session October 27—December 15 no class November 24 the art of papermaking. Participants must be 7:00-8:45am 3:30-6:00pm 4:15-5:15pm Th able to independently use a hot glue gun. $50 Administration Fee $50/$55 6-10 years Days Per Wk: 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6/12 min/max 4:00-4:45 pm AM $ 80 $100 $120 Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center September 13 through October 18 T PM $103 $128 $153 Register by October 20 no class October 11 Location: Butterfield Park District $55/60 6/8 min/max Register by one week prior to class BooK WorMs CLuB 8-12 years MaGiC Mania If you love reading then look no further! Come session i Magic Mania is taught in partnership with Whea- read with us afterschool as a group. We will be September 14—October 19 ton Park District. Children are guaranteed to selecting popular children’s books and creat- 5:30-6:30 pm W have a great time as they learn fascinating tricks ing fun art projects, games and activities to from the magic team of Gary Kantor. Amaze go along with the books. Each class will have $42/$47 family and friends with tricks that involve cards, something new and exciting to do. Register by September 7 ropes, coins, mind-reading, and more. While session ii tricks may appear difficult, you’ll discover that K-2 October 26—December 14 no class November 23 they are quick and easy to perform. All materials session i 5:30-6:30 pm W are provided, and each child receives a magic kit September 13—October 18 no class October 11 to take home. Children are grouped by age and 4:15-5:15pm T $50/$55 6/12 min/max new tricks are taught at each session. $25/30 Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center 5-12 years Register by September 6 Register by October 19 session i session ii September 22 October 25—December 13 no class November 22 sCienCe-paLooza 5:30-6:25 pm Th 4:15-5:15pm T This camp is designed to create fun science experiments and learn in detail why science $22 $35/$40 Register by September 15 happens. Topics such as chemical reactions, 6/12 min/max fossils, plant growth, bubbles, and rockets will session ii Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center be explored. Volcano’s, slime, giant bubbles, December 20 Register by October 18 rockets and so much more will be created. A 4:00-4:55 pm M new topic will be explored each class. Kids CaterinG $22 Learn how to design menus, create new snacks K-2 grade Register by October 31 and meals, properly set a table and learn session i session iii simple cooking techniques. Each class will September 12—October 17 no class October 10 September 22 cover a new culinary topic and involve making 4:00-5:00pm M 5:15-6:10 pm T a few snacks. Special guests will be invited for 5 the last class of each session for a full meal. A $35/40 $22 recipe and catering guide will be created and Register by September 5 Register by December 13 sent home at the end of the session. Each ses- session ii 6/12 min/max sion will include different meals and cooking October 24—December 12 no class October 31 Location: Wheaton Park District Comm Center creations. or November 21 4:00-5:00pm M BreaKfast onLY 8-12 years A class just for making breakfast! This great session i $42/$47 culinary class for little chefs will provide the September 14—October 19 no class October 11 6/12 min/max recipes for delicious and easy breakfast food. 4:15-5:15pm W Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center Cheesy eggs to gourmet pancakes will be made Register by October 10 to satisfy the most important meal of the day. $42/$47 Register by September 7 3-5 grade 8-12 years session ii session i session i October 26—December 14 no class November 23 September 12—October 17 no class October 10 September 16—October 21 4:15-5:15pm W 5:15-6:15pm M 4:15-5:15pm F $50/$55 $35/40 $42/$47 6/12 min/max session ii Register by September 9 Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center October 24—December 12 no class October 31 session ii Register by October 19 or November 21 October 28—December 16 5:15-6:15pm M no class November 11 or 23 deLiCious dessert $42/$47 4:15-5:15pm F A class just for dessert! Learn how to make 6/12 min/max easy and delicious desserts in each class. You $50/$55 Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center 6/12 min/max will learn how to make cookies, ice cream, Register by October 10 cakes and a variety of other tasty treat. Your Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center sweet tooth will love this dessert filled class! Register by October 21 w w w.butterfieldpd.com teeNS HoLidaY Gifts froM nature tHe art of feLtinG: indoor paintBaLL Enjoy making old-fashioned craft items using feLtinG for tHe HoLidaYs O’Hare Paintball is a premier facility designed materials gathered from nature. Finished proj- Felted wool is humanity’s first fabric, and a to support beginner and expert players in a fun, ects include an acorn photo frame, milkweed wonderful medium for artistic expression. safe, and supervised play area. Join the Butter- Santa’s, tiny floating candles, and other holiday Felting is an ancient art form that actually field Park District for a day of fun during Winter crafts. If time permits, students will also learn pre-dates weaving, and is amazingly simple; Break. The Field alternates between two layouts: the art of papermaking. Participants must be wool (or roving) fibers are matted together to speedball and scenario, prepare or relax in a able to independently use a hot glue gun. bind into a fabric with either a wet (soap and quiet staging area away from the noise of the water) or dry (barbed needle) process. In this game, and a 360 degree viewing area surrounds 11-13 years exciting workshop you’ll learn both techniques our facility. Spectators can watch all the action September 13—October 18 no class October 11 while work with a luscious palette of roving from the outside. Bring extra money for addi- 5:00-5:45pm T colors. Students will start by learning to make tional paintballs to be purchased. $55/60 solid felt balls and move on to felting around a 6/8 min/max 6-10 grade rock to create a doorstop. Once these 2 basic Register by September 6 December 28 W techniques have been mastered, students will 9:00-3:00pm have the choice to create an adorable felted friGHt fest at six fLaGs snowman or felted jewelry. $70 Take a trip on your day off from school to Min/Max: 8/20 11-13 years transformed Six Flags during the haunted sea- Location: O’Hare Indoor Paintball 5:00-4:45 pm T son. Enjoy the many rides and amazing roller Register by December 14 October 25 through December 6 coasters this theme park has to offer. The Park no class November 21 CHiCaGo adventure District will take care of transportation and admission to the park. Sign up early and spend $66/70 Spend the day off on a Chicago Adventure tour. the day on your favorite Six Flags attractions. 6/8 min/max This great trip will include a tour of Soldier Register by October 18 Field along with a Shoreline Lake Tour at Navy 6-10 grade Pier. We will explore and eat lunch at Navy Pier. October 10 M 9:30-6:30pm 6-10 grade November 11 F 6 $55 9:30-5:00pm 6/26 min/max Location: Six Flags Great America $45 Register by October 3 8/20 min/max Location: Downtown Chicago Register by October 28 ActiVe AdultS tHe senior CLuB HoLidaY Gifts froM nature tHe peGGY noteBaert nature MuseuM A club for those 55 and over, the group will Enjoy making old-fashioned craft items using ma- Experience a gateway to the natural world. Get participate in monthly activities and trips. terials gathered from nature. Finished projects your hands wet as you learn about Chicago’s Participants will provide input and ideas. Future include an acorn photo frame, milkweed Santa’s, waterways and the organisms that reside within ideas include a tour of LeChocalat du Bouchard, tiny floating candles, and other holiday crafts. them. Touch live animals found in Illinois wet- chocolate shop in Naperville, Garfield Con- If time permits, students will also learn the art lands. Let your imagination run wild as you walk servatory, Chicago Art Institute, Gurnee Mills of papermaking. Participants must be able to among Wilderness Walk and our restored native Shopping Center, Adler Planetarium, Newberry independently use a hot glue gun. prairie. Escape to a Haven fluttering with exotic Library, lunch and a movie, and a Wrigley Field active adults butterflies and stunning bird species. The pos- tour. Trips will take place most often on the September 13—October 18 no class Ocober 11 sibilities for fun and learning are endless at the second Wednesday of each month. Contact the 3:00-3:45pm T Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. Park District to be added to our mailing list. The adult cost is free. For each activity, the participant will $55/60 6/8 min/max September 14 be responsible for the associated fees. The Park 9:00-3:00pm W District provide transportation. Register by September 6 $15 Meetings/outings: Sept 14, Oct 12, Oct 9. tHe art of feLtinG: 10/14 min/max feLtinG for tHe HoLidaYs Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center BaLLrooM danCe Lessons In this exciting workshop you’ll learn two Register by August 31 Learn how to ballroom dance. This is your op- techniques while work with a luscious palette portunity to “Dance Like the Stars!” If you ever of roving colors. Students will start by learning Coffee and Cards thought that learning how the professionals to make solid felt balls and move on to felting This day will include coffee and afternoon move would be fun, this is definitely the class around a rock to create a doorstop. Once these refreshments. We will set up for a variety of card for you. Sign-up today and dance like a pro! By 2 basic techniques have been mastered, stu- games, social time and a senior meeting to plan Dance Instructor, Norman Landrum. For more dents will have the choice to create an adorable for the winter season. information, visit www.normsdancefamily.com felted snowman or felted jewelry. adult 18+ Beginner active adults November 9 session i October 25—December 6 12:00-2:00 pm W September 12—October 17 3:00-3:45 pm T no class November 21 7 $5 7:00-8:00 pm M $66/70 10/14 min/max session ii 6/8 min/max Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center October 31—December 5 Register by October 18 Register by October 26 7:00-8:00 pm M $45/50 CHinatoWn tours Karate The Chinatown Chamber of Commerce is proud Learn the art of self-defense through drills, kick- 18+ intermediate to offer a one-hour walking tour and hour bus ing, punching, and blocking in this martial art session i tours of Chicago’s Chinatown. Tour highlights called Shotokan Karate. The course will help September 12—October 17 include an introduction to Chinese culture, develop flexibility, self-discipline, stamina, 8:00-9:00 pm M several China town landmarks, and history of the concentration, and courage. Taught by Master session ii Chinese community in Chicago. Lunch arrange- Espiritu. Master Espiritu is a 9th degree black belt, October 31—December 5 ments will be included as part of the trip. three time All-Philippines National Champion, and 8:00-9:00 pm M adult Illinois Forms Champion. Master Espiritu is head October 12 W instructor of eight Karate Chapters in the Philip- $45/50 9:00-3:00pm pines. Feel free to observe class before registering. BaLLrooM danCe niGHts $30 arnis stick fighting Come show off all your hard work of lessons 10/14 min/max 11:30-1:00 pm Sa and practicing at an evening filled with music Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center shotokan Karate and dance. Register by September 28 1:00 -3:00 pm Sa 18+ years advanced Class August 27; September 24; October 29; 2:00-4:00 pm Su November 26. 8:00-11:00 pm S $45 per month (20% discount for siblings) $10.00 @ the door $70.00 for both classes w w w.butterfieldpd.com teNNiS/AthleticS pre-pLaY tennis proGraM toddLer open GYM parent & tot GYMnastiCs This program is for beginners or players who Toddler Open Gym is a great chance for parents Mom or Dad, you can help us guide your little do not quite yet have the skills to play a match. and their young children to interact and play one to enjoy the benefits of gymnastics, even Each pre-play program has an innovative with others in the community. Age appropri- at this early age. Enrolling your child in a detailed curriculum complete with progressive ate gym equipment will be set up in the Park Parent-n-Tot class allows him or her to develop drills, games, and in the 8-14 age range, skill District gymnasium. Toddler Open Gym is only confidence early on. This class provides an tests. The Pre-play programs try to maintain a offered on Mondays when School District 44 is enjoyable experience for both the parent and teacher/student ratio of 1:5 to ensure individual in session. No registration is required for this child. It stimulates the development of strength, attention and quality. program. flexibility and basic motor/coordination skills Walking-3 years through songs, games, activities and gymnastics pre-play 5-7 Th 12:00-2:00 pm M for both class and home. They interact with oth- Sept 1 – Oct 13 er children and adults, learning how to respond 4:00-5:00 pm no Charge to others outside the family unit. Comfortable $70 clothing for parent and child are required 4/10 min/max pee Wee pLaYtiMe Walking-3 years pre-play 8-13 T Come play with us! This great class is perfect for getting your preschooler up and moving. In session i August 30 – Oct 11 this class participants will engage in various ac- September 15—October 20 Th 4:00-5:00 pm tivities that start teaching healthy exercise hab- session ii $70 October 27—December 8 Th its in a fun and safe environment. Activities will 4/12 min/max 12:00-12:35 pm no class the week of 11/21 include parachute games, scooters, basketball, soccer, tag games, t-ball, animal movements price: $55/61 interMediate tennis and other fun exercises. 6/12 min/max This program is for players aged 9-14 who can already play matches. This program will focus session i Register by 1 week prior to class on increased rally skills, service technique, 3-5 years footwork, volleys and overheads. Time will be Learn to pLaY soCCer CLiniCs September 16—October 21 allotted each day for match play as well. Recreational soccer clinics conducted by Mike 12:30-1:15pm F 8 9-14 Yr. olds $30/35 Williams, Synergy Soccer trainer, former Nequa Valley soccer coach. Players will work on drib- August 30—Oct 11 Tuesdays 4/10 min/max bling, shooting, passing, defending combined 5-6 pm Register by September 9 with fun activities. $70.00 session ii session i 4/12 min/max September 15—October 20 Th 3-5 years October 28—December 9 K-2 grade indoor tennis Lessons at 12:30-1:15pm F 4:30-5:15 pm HeaLtHtraCK sports and WeLLness no class November 11 or 21 Conveniently located on Roosevelt Road in Glen 3-5 grade Ellyn. HealthTrack Sports and Wellness has four $25/30 5:15-6:00 pm hard tennis courts offering tennis lessons for 4/10 min/max $50 all ages and levels. HealthTrack tennis staff Register by October 21 Location: Hoffman Park (weather dependent, if includes Greg Van Dine, Butterfield Park District needed we will practice at the BPD Rec Cntr) Director of Tennis and Anthony McPherson, But- terfield Park District Head Tennis Professional. session ii October 27—December 5 T fall session Tuesday, September 6 – Sunday, no class Nov 24 October 30 (registration ends Sptember 1) K-2 grade fall/Winter session Monday, October 31 – Sun- 4:30-5:15 pm day, January 15 (registration ends October 27) 4/8 min/max For more information, please visit www.htsw. 3-5 grade net or call Jay Huffer at (630)942-9600 ext. 5:15-6:00 pm 617. Registration must be done through Healt- 6/12 min/max Track Sports and Wellness in-person or contact $60 (630)942-9600 and ask for registration. Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center AthleticS tuMBLeBears Co-ed YoutH BasKetBaLL sKiLLs CLiniC dupaGe BasKetBaLL aLLianCe Balance beam, horizontal bar, vault, air trak, Learn the basketball basics through fun drills The DuPage Basketball Alliance is a co-op and tumbling are all experienced within this and games. Each clinic will develop dribbling, between the Villa Park Recreation Department, class. Coordination, body awareness, and self- passing, shooting, and team play. Develop new York Center, Butterfield and Oakbrook Terrace confidence are also developed. Age appropri- skills or improve on the ones you already have Park Districts. You’ll practice once a week ate skills are taught in progressions so students in each class. and play games on Saturdays. Practices and will continue to learn at their own pace, session session i games are held at various locations within the after session. Students are to wear comfortable participating communities. Team assignments, clothing (no jeans please) and gym shoes. 1-3 grades schedules, and uniforms will be issued on Sessions are 6 weeks long, unless otherwise noted. September 16—October 14 F November 12; Team Practices begin the week of 4:15-5:15pm November 14; and games begin on December 5. 3-5 years 4-6 grades Kids will be assigned to teams to create league session i September 16—October 14 F balance. Coach and friend requests will not be September 15—October 20 Th 5:30-6:30 pm accepted. All players must attend the pre-sea- session ii son skill days. Player evaluation takes place on $40 (5 classes) October 27—December 8 Th November 5 and team assignments are issued 11:25-12:00pm no class the week of 11/21 6/20 min/max on November 12. Please indicate the days/times Register by September 9 that you are unable to practice. $55/61 6/12 min/max session ii 1-8 grades Register by 1 week prior to class 1-3 grades November 5—February 18 October 28—December 16 F $77 by October 22 fLaG footBaLL sKiLLs CLiniC 4:15-5:15pm no class November 11 or 25 Learn the skills of flag football in this fun class. $87 after October 22 4-6 grades Participants will learn how to properly throw a October 28—December 16 F LadY LiGHtninG BasKetBaLL CLiniCs football, catch a pass, take a hand-off, and kick 5:30-6:30 pm no class November 11 or 25 Girls’ Basketball clinics conducted by Mike a football. This is a great way to become intro- duced to the fun and exciting sport of football. $47 (6 classes) Seberger. Sessions focus on skill development 1-3 Grades 6/20 min/max including ball handling, passing, footwork and 9 shooting. September 13—October 18 T Register by October 21 4:45-5:45pm session i seven BridGes – iCe sKatinG September 12—October 17 M $40 Butterfield Park District and Seven Bridges Ice 4-5 grade 8/25 min/max Arena are partnering on skating lessons. Seven 5:15 – 6:15pm Location: Hoffman Park Bridges is the premier ice arena in the Chica- Register by August 6 6-8 grade goland area, is only 12 minutes away-south 4-6 grades 6:15-7:15pm on Route 53, in Woodridge. Please call Seven September 13—October 18 T Bridges at 630-271-4400 or visit their website $60 6:00-7:00 pm for a complete list of classes – www.seven- 8/10 min/max bridgesicearena.com. The ice arena also has Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center fLaG footBaLL - GaMes onLY birthday parties, hockey and public skating. session ii Come out afterschool and play flag football! October 24—November 12 M Each class will provide a short warm up and (no class October 31) game play. A qualified instructor will guide the games for each team. 4-5 grade 5:15 – 6:15pm 4-6 grades September 15—October 20 Th 6-8 grade 4:45-5:45pm 6:15-7:15pm $40 $60 8/25 min/max 8/10 min/max Location: Hoffman Park Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center Register by September 8 w w w.butterfieldpd.com fitNeSS faMiLY YoGa Men’s onLY YoGa introduCtion to tai CHi Introduce your child to the benefits of yoga. Finally! A yoga class designed especially for men! Practiced for over a thousand years, this art is Every class will be theme based and include Yoga benefits include strength, flexibility, stamina, slow moving and relaxed and is known to be yoga movement, story telling and music. As and balance, both physically and mentally. Yoga beneficial as a physical, mental, and spiritual we “play yoga” together, children discover they helps reduce stress and tension, improves focus and energy building exercise. Tai Chi works are natural yogis. Non-competitive games and and concentration, and promotes all around well- slowly and subtly on exercising all areas of partner poses strengthen the unique bond you being, on and off the mat. Yoga is non-compet- human development. No previous experience have with your child. Cuddle with your child at itive and for all athletic and non-athletic types. is needed. Instructor Phil Hinton is a certified the end of every class for a time of relaxation. All athletes can improve their game from the instructor of Yang Family Style Tai Chi. (ques- Come ready to move and giggle...and leave practice of yoga to find strength and stability in tions, contact Phil Hinton, (630)667-8108 or feeling calm and peaceful. their workouts. Workouts are modified for those www.dancingcloudtaichi.com) Walking – 3 years with bad backs, tight hamstrings, injuries, etc. 18+ years session i 12+ years September 14 ongoing W September 13—October 18 T Certified Yoga Instructor Mary Edwards 7:00–9:00pm 10:45-11:15 no class October 11 September 8—November 10 Th $12 per class @ door $55 $5/Per Additional Sibling free introductory class September 1 Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center 7:00-8:15 pm session ii aLL over BodY BY personaL fitness October 25—December 6 T $120 10 Week Session Come try our “all over body” class! This class 10:45-11:15 no class November 22 2/25 min/max offers a wide variety of routines and is always Please bring a Yoga Mat and Water Bottle. $66 $5/Per Additional Sibling changing. The trainers incorporate traditional 4/6 min/max zuMBa fitness resistance training with cardio blasts as well as Register by 1 week prior to first class Are you ready to party yourself into shape? core training. The class is designed to accom- That’s exactly what the Zumba® program is modate all fitness levels. YoGa Kids all about. It’s an exhilarating, effective, easy- session i YogaKids is a unique approach to integrative to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance September 13—October 20 T & Th learning using yoga as a pathway. Reading, fitness-party™! Zumba Fitness® utilizes the 9:15–10:05am 10 10 storytelling, music, imaginative play and earth principles of fitness interval training to maxi- care blend seamlessly with yoga movement to $60 one time per week for 8 weeks mize caloric output, fat burning and total body educate the whole child. Sessions are 6 weeks toning. Add some red-hot international music $100 two times per week for 8 weeks long, unless otherwise noted. and contagious steps such as salsa, merengue, session ii 3-5 years cumbia, hip hop and a few others - and you’ve October 25—December 8 T & Th got yourself a “fitness-party”! Who knew exer- 9:15–10:05am session i cise could be so much FUN! September 13—October 18 T $60 one time per week for 8 weeks 11:20-12:00pm no class October 11 13+ years $100 two times per week for 8 weeks $65/72 session i September 13—October 18 T personaL traininG BY personaL fitness session ii 6:30-7:30 pm Work out all the time and not getting the October 25—December 6 T 11:20-12:00pm no class November 22 $30 (drop in rate $8 per class) results you want? Try a personal trainer! We will design an individualized workout to meet your $78/86 specific goals. We offer 1 on 1 training as well September 17—October 22 Sa 4/6 min/max as partner training. Personal Fitness trainers 10:00-1:00 am Register by 1 week prior to first class will meet you at your home, gym or at But- $30 (drop in rate $8 per class) terfield Park District. Call Personal Fitness to session ii set up your complimentary consultation today! October 25—December 13 T (630)450-2294 or www.personalfitnessinc.net 6:30-7:30pm no class November 22 one on one traininG $35 (drop in rate $8 per class) $60 per hour October 29—December 17 Sa $259 for five one hour sessions 10:00-11:00am no class November 26 partner traininG $35 (drop in rate $8 per class) $80 per hour Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center $349 for five one hour sessions tripS/cAmpS friGHt fest at six fLaGs indoor paintBaLL no sCHooL CaMps Take a trip on your day off from school to trans- O’Hare Paintball is a premier facility designed Spend your days off at the BPD! Participants will formed Six Flags during the haunted season. to support beginner and expert players in a fun, remain active throughout the day with games, Enjoy the many rides and amazing roller coasters safe, and supervised play area. Join the Butter- crafts, and fun with friends. Some No School this theme park has to offer. The Park District field Park District for a day of fun during Winter Days may include a field trip! will take care of transportation and admission Break. The Field alternates between two layouts: K-5 grades to the park. Sign up early and spend the day speedball and scenario, prepare or relax in a October 10 (District 44/89) on your favorite Six Flags attractions. quiet staging area away from the noise of the October 11 (District 44/89) 6-10 grade game, and a 360 degree viewing area surrounds November 11 (District 89/44) October 10 M our facility. Spectators can watch all the action 8:30-3:30pm Full Day 9:30am-6:30pm from the outside. Bring extra money for addi- 7:00-8:30am & 3:30-6:00pm Extended Time tional paintballs to be purchased. $55 $28/$34 Full Day 6/26 min/max 6-10 grade December 28 W $12/14 Extended Time Location: Six Flags Great America 8/26 min/max Register by October 3 9:00-3:00pm Location: Butterfield Park District $70 CHiCaGo adventure 8/20 min/max tHanKsGivinG BreaK CaMp Spend the day off on a Chicago Adventure tour. Location: O’Hare Indoor Paintball Spend your turkey break with the BPD! We will This great trip will include a tour of Soldier Field Register by December 14 provide a few field trips along with fun-filled along with a Shoreline Lake Tour at Navy Pier. activities each day. Enjoy your time socializing We will explore and eat lunch at Navy Pier. tHe peGGY noteBaert nature MuseuM with friends. Each day will include a different Experience a gateway to the natural world. Get exciting theme. 6-10 grade your hands wet as you learn about Chicago’s November 11 F K-5 grades waterways and the organisms that reside within 9:30-5:00pm November 21 (District 44) them. Touch live animals found in Illinois wet- $45 lands. Let your imagination run wild as you walk November 22 (District 44) 8/20 min/max among Wilderness Walk and our restored native November 23 (District 44/89) Location: Downtown Chicago prairie. Escape to a Haven fluttering with exotic 8:30-3:30pm Full Day 11 Register by October 28 butterflies and stunning bird species. The pos- 7:00-8:30am & 3:30-6:00pm Extended Time sibilities for fun and learning are endless at the $28/$34 Full Day CHinatoWn tours Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. $12/14 Extended Time The Chinatown Chamber of Commerce is proud adult 8/26 min/max to offer a one-hour walking tour and hour bus September 14 W Location: Butterfield Park District tours of Chicago’s Chinatown. Tour highlights 9:00-3:00pm include an introduction to Chinese culture, $15 Winter BreaK CaMp several China town landmarks, and history of the Spend your Winter Break at the Butterfield Park Chinese community in Chicago. Lunch arrange- 10/14 min/max District. We will go on trips, play games, make ments will be included as part of the trip. Location: Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum fun art projects, and socialize with friends. Each Register by August 31 adult day will have a fun and exciting theme! October 12 W HaLf daYs off K-5 grades 9:00-3:00pm Enjoy the half days off of school with the But- December 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, January 3 $30 terfield Park District. We will provide fun and 8:30-3:30pm Full Day 10/14 min/max exciting activities for the afternoon. Please make 7:00-8:30am & 3:30-6:00pm Extended Time Location: Chinatown Chicago sure to bring a lunch. $28/$34 Full Day Register by September 28 K-5 grades $12/14 Extended Time August 24 (District 44/89) 8/26 min/max September 23 (District 89) Location: Butterfield Park District October 31 (District 44) November 22 (District 89) 11:40-6:00pm (District 44) 12:15-6:00pm (District 89) $25 8/30 min/max Location: Butterfield Park District w w w.butterfieldpd.com FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT FOR HEALTHY LIVING FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY GROWING STRONGER 12 TOGETHER B.R. RYALL YMCA of Northwestern DuPage County 49 Deicke Dr. | Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 | 630.858.0100 | www.brryallymca.org Join the Y and become a member of a community that’s committed everyday to helping you and your kids learn, grow and thrive. We became a leading nonprofit by helping people everywhere develop the skills and relationships they need to be healthy, confident and connected to others. Parents desire a safe environment in which children can learn practical and social skills and develop positive values. Kids want to exert energy, discover who they are and what they can achieve and be accepted among each other. Adults want to learn more, do more and live more healthily. We nurture life lessons in kids, foster health and well-being among people of any age, bring people together to pursue passions old and new, and provide mutual support for everyone in our neighborhoods. Benefits of Membership… Membership Rates Carry your membership card… it is your ticket to the building. • Unlimited access during facility hours • Early class registration and reduced class rates Basic Premier • Free Y’s Way to Fitness and Fit for Life – Fitness Classes Types Joiner Fee* • Use of Racquetball Courts Monthly Fee Monthly Fee Family $150. $79. $91 • 10,000 sq.ft. Wellness Center with 3-lane Indoor Track, Free Weight Equipment and State-of-the-art Workout Married Couple $130. $70. $81 Equipment Adult (18 yrs +) $100. $54. $62 • Lois Deicke Adult Women’s Locker Room and DuPage High School Center Adult Men’s Locker Room. These ADULT ONLY $ 70. $25. $29. facilities include a sauna, lounge area, weight resistance (16-17 yrs) Youth equipment and more. Massages are available for women $ 45. $22. ----- at $42 for 45 minutes or $52 for 60 minutes. (under 16 yrs) • General use Locker Rooms Senior Citizen • FREE Open Climbing in the Climbing Center $ 80. $41. $47. (65 yrs +) • Family Changing Locker Rooms Senior Couple $100. $51. $59. • Two Swimming Pools • Special Events * The Joiner Fee is only paid at the start of your membership. • FREE Babysitting You may elect to pay it in up to four (4) monthly installments. (restrictions may apply) Renewing on time saves paying this fee again. Membership prices • Gymnasium 13 are subject to change. • Kit Lockers – Personal lockers in the adult men’s and INTRODUCING THE PREMIER MEMBERSHIP! women’s locker The B.R. Ryall YMCA is pleased to introduce a new membership rooms are type, the Premier Membership! The Premier Membership has all the available great benefits of the Basic Membership plus it allows you to take an unlimited amount of group exercise classes for no additional fee. That means, if you take only one fitness class per week, you save $48 - $120 per year! If you take two fitness classes per week, the Premier Membership pays for itself in just three sessions! The more classes you take, the better value you get from your membership. BPD residents now receive Reduction of Fees member rates on programs at It is the goal of the B.R. Ryall YMCA to provide educational, social and physical development services to people regardless of their ability B.R. Ryall YMCA. to pay. Reduction of fees is available for those with demonstrated Just bring in your need (subject to facility and program capacity). The YMCA does not program guide and discriminate with regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, register today! age or physical or mental handicaps. For more information, contact Classes fill up quickly. our Membership Services Director. w w w.butterfieldpd.com The Y is committed to improving the nations health and well-being. Group Exercise B.R. Ryall YMCA offers a variety of Group Exercise classes that are sure to keep you on track to living a healthy lifestyle. As a Premier Member you can take an unlimited number of these classes at no additional charge or as a Butterfield Park District resident the fee is $27. per class (our Member rate). Boot Camp • Butts & Guts • Cardio Kickboxing • Kickbox Interval Muscle Madness • Pilates • Punch & Crunch • Step • Stretch Studio Cycle • Yoga • Xtreme Flex • Zumba For descriptions of these classes please check out B.R. Ryall YMCA’s Fall Program Guide. Aqua Zumba We are proud to present a new water fitness class that you have never experienced before. We will take you to new horizons with in- vigoration muscle working, Zumba moves and exciting rhythms that will inspire you to dance. Don’t forget your towel and water bottle! Come and join us for some Zumba fun! *Special introductory rate! Fall 1 September 6 - October 23, 2011 349 Tues/Thur 9:15 am - 10:00 am Fee:* $40. Members $80. Non-Members Aqua Kick Boxing Aqua kick boxing is our newest water resistant program. It will help you burn calories and tone your muscles while in a water resistant environment. This action filled class includes kicks, punches and drills for all fitness levels. *Special introductory rate! Fall 2 October 24 - December 18, 2011 350 Tues/Thur 9:15 am - 10:00 am Fee:* $40. Members $80. Non-Members 14 Small Group Personal Training This is a more affordable approach to personal training. Be motivated and learn from a certified Personal Trainer, while having fun working out in a small group. Session attendance is based on a consecutive 4-week class cycle. All sessions are held in the wellness center. Make up your own group of four or let us place you in a group. You must be a Y member to take advantage of these group trainings. Get in the Zone! Endurance Training Hard Core This class incorporates the treadmill, elliptical and other cardio This class uses a combination of movements to strengthen your equipment. Learn how training within your own heart zones will abdominals and lower back. Achieve maximal results while using help you reach your goal. Whether you want to lose weight, a variety of equipment and some Pilates based exercises. increase endurance or improve your fitness level, this class is for 644 Tuesday 4:30 pm - 5:15 pm you. 645 Thursday 10:00 am - 10:45 am 640 Monday 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm 641 Tuesday 9:30 am - 10:30 am FIT Camp Prepare to get FIT! FIT Camp incorporates the hard work and Circuit Burn discipline of military-style boot camp. This workout involves just The ultimate workout is to optimize your fat burn while gaining about every strength training aspect from plyometric, isometric, muscle! No matter what your experience or fitness level, this calisthenics and more. You will never know what to expect. You class is a fun way to lose weight or improve overall health using may even go outside! circuit training and a wide variety of equipment such as stability 646 Tuesday 5:30 am - 6:30 am balls, resistance bands, TRX straps and more. 647 Wednesday 9:00 am - 10:00 am 642 Monday 9:00 am - 10:00 am 643 Thursday 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Fee: $88. for four small group training sessions The Y is committed to nurturing the potential of Youth Zumba (11-15 years) every child and teen. Come join the party! Dance salsa, merengue and more! Feel energized and have fun while getting a great workout! 631 Tuesday 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm Fee: $35. Members $56. Non-Members Flag Football (grades 2-7) Make sure your child is part of our fun- Youth Boot Camp (11-15 years) packed, team-building, no-contact Get off the couch and feel stronger! This class focuses on agility, sport of flag football. What better explosive speed, plyometrics and overall strength. Improve way to spend a beautiful day than coordination and stamina as you use a variety of equipment. hanging with your friends and getting involved in the latest craze to hit the 632 Thursday 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm NFL. All equipment (flags and footballs) Fee: $35. Members $56. Non-Members will be provided for use during the season. Each participant will receive a jersey to keep. Season consists of 7 Saturday morning TeenStart (11-15 years) games. Hey Kids! If you are between the ages of 11 and 15 and want to Fall Season: workout in our Wellness Center, this is the class for you! Youth September 10 - October 22, 2011 certification classes are offered to teach you how to use the cardiovascular and strength training machines safely. Emphasis will Registration: be placed on proper technique and form, including correct use of the June 27, Member July 5, Non-Members equipment. A written and practical test will be part of the course. Registration Deadline: Stay motivated and get strong while working out with kids your own August 19 ($10 late fee after this date) age. Coaches Meeting: 605 Mon/Wed 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm August 25, 2011 at 6:00 pm 605A Tues/Thur 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Fee: $65. Members $100. Non-Members Fee: $55. – Member $110. Non-Member COMMUNITY COOKOUT 15 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2011 10:00 am - 11:00 am • Family Fun Walk 11:00 am - 2:00 pm • Food & Fun Join us for our 8th annual Community Cookout to celebrate our great community at the B.R. Ryall YMCA. • Free Food • Climbing Wall • Inflatables • Swimming Demos • Fitness Consultations • Arts & Crafts • Beyblades • Bean Bag Toss Games • 3 Point Contests • Racquetball • Promgram Expo • Prizes • Promotions & More! Admission is FREE Everybody Welcome! B.R. RYALL YMCA of Northwestern DuPage County | 49 Deicke Dr. | Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 | 630.858.0100 | www.brryallymca.org w w w.butterfieldpd.com SpeciAl eVeNtS polAr eXpreSS 3rd ANNuAl Come take a ride on the Polar Express! You will breAKfASt Golf SociAl meet us at the station where we will board this magical train with the conductor. While riding to the North Pole, the story of the Polar Express with SANtA The Butterfield Park District would like to will be read. Upon arrival Santa’s Elves will wel- invite you to the third annual Butterfield come us into Santa’s Workshop where we will Enjoy the morning with a pancake breakfast and Park District Golf Social! This is a great eat lunch with Santa. While at the North Pole time with Santa. Photos with Santa and break- opportunity to support the Butterfield Park you will have a photo taken with Santa, make a fast buffet will be provided for each participant. District and finish out the 2011 season out holiday craft, and have fun playing some great on the links. We will play nine holes for all ages (Ages 2 and under free) games! At the end of the day, Santa will read Saturday, December 17 this fun event. Enjoy special hole contests, one of his favorite stories to everyone. We will food, beverages, and a few surprises sure 10:00-11:00am sing some familiar holiday songs on our train to make this a fun and exciting event for ride back. This event has become a very popular $6 you and your family. annual tradition, so don’t put off purchasing 30/80 min/max your tickets! Location: Butterfield Park District Rec Center Saturday, October 1, 2011 Register by December 9 Tee Times begin at 1:00 pm all ages (Ages 2 and under free) $45.00 Per Individual Saturday, December 10 $160.00 Per Foursome 11:00-2:30pm Location: Downers Grove Golf Club $30/$40 100/150 min/max Location: Downers Grove Main Street Station/ America’s Banquets in Aurora Register by November 18 16 or Sunday, December 11 11:00-2:30pm $30/$40 100/150 min/max Location: Downers Grove Main Street Station America’s Banquets in Aurora Register by November 18 rEnTALs RENTaLS aND hOSTED PaRTIES faCILITy RENTaLS birthday party packages activity Room (capacity 60 people) Choose from any theme below for your birthday bash at the bpd! a party form and booked date $40 hr/55 hr must be confirmed before the party can be Gymnasium (capacity 60 people) provided. a $100 deposit is also required upon $30 hr/40 hr booking of the party as well as the party fee. all parties must be booked 2 weeks in advance. Picnic Shelter Permit (maximum 75 people) Custom party packages include: Video game $50 day/75 day spectacular, superhero sensation, princess and/ must state which location: glenbriar or Kensing- or pirates adventure, and sports star. each ton, glenbriar rents weekends only. birthday bash includes a 2 hour decorated picnic rentals are offered may to october. party room, party host, pizza, juice and cake. permits go on sale February 1. $180 Resident/200 Non-Resident all rentals require a deposit. 12 people max for party package SOfTBaLL/BaSEBaLL fIELDS aT $10 for each additional guest over 12 people kENSINGTON PaRk under 10 baseball CREaTE yOUR OWN BIRThDay BaSh age 1-14 baseball/softball Choose your own theme for your birthday party. You can create your party through add-ons and SOCCER/LaCROSSE fIELDS aT hOffMaN PaRk activities will be planned accordingly. theme must be approved before booking of the party. For availability and further information, Contact the park district office for a complete call 630-858-2229 listing of party add-ons and fees. party pricing will vary. n Lloyd Ave Glenbard Rd tL lcres Glenbard Rd Hil FACILITIES AND PARKS Chapel Ct N Pinebrook Dr Shedron Way 16th St Sheehan Ave Sheehan Ave Springer Dr Four Seasons Park Proudly Serving the Following Milton Ave Ellyn Ave Park Blvd Orchard Community Neighborhoods: McCormick Ave Dorchester Ct Glen 355 Oak Creek Dr 17th St 17th Pl Park Taylor Rd Sunnybrook Rd 53 Springer Dr Beacon Hill Retirement Community 18th St Finley Rd Witt Brentwood Marston Ave Brentwood 19th St Ct Butterfield East Park Fox wo rth th St Butterfield West Buena Vista Dr Bemis Ave Blv d 20 Canterbury (2 streets) Clover Creek Apartments Hunter St 22nd St 22nd St Gazebo Ln Dorchester Buckingham Rd 22nd St 22nd St Edson Fox Worth MAP S Lloyd Ave Hampton Ln Butterfield Beaumont Ln Colonial Ln Glen Ave Avondale Ln Valley Rd Monticello Rd Park Monticello Rd West Tot Lot Glen Crest Arboretum Dr St Churchill Ln Ivy Ln Stratford Rd Shefield Rd Willowbrook Kensington Blvd Kensignton Rd Green Briar Glen County Forest Westfield Park Ln School Ke Hillcrest Preserve Playground nsi ield ng Ma Huntington to yf air yf nR Eisenhower Ln Lexington Retirement Community Rd Ave Ma Glen Valley Dr d Orchard Glen Glen Valley Rd e Hemstead Rd n Av Finley Rd Glen Park Rd Glen Park Rd Gle Glen Park Rd 355 Center Cirlce Dr 53 Elmwood Dr Dru Fla PARK DISTRICT BOUNDARIES Clifford Rd ryL n Ev ere ming oL Brook Dr McCarron Rd Hoffman Ca st n na Rd Golfview Dr Park ry Nothing west of Route 53 except Canterbury, Esplanade Rd Co Rd ron et S Lloyd Ave Milinar and Pinegrove Courts. Nothing east of Stanton Rd Western Acres Bri arc liff Rd Danbury Dr Golf Course Finely Road and all areas north of Butterfield to Aud ubo Rd Butterfield Rd 56 nR 16th street. If you are still not sure if you are a d Dr 56 Ahlstrand Rr Downers Dr park district resident, please check your tax bill. y Ahlstrand Rd Gra Butterfield Park District 56 Rd Butterfield publication design: www.definingWhitespace.com W W W.bUTTErFIELDPD.CoM Butterfield Park District prsrt std 21w730 Butterfield Road Lombard, IL 60148 u.s. postage paid 630.858.2229 Lombard, iL 60148 www.butterfieldpd.com permit No. 112 ECRWSS TO: CURRENT RESIDENT Synergy Soccer Club is a not for profit organization that fosters the development of youth soccer players. We would love to help you grow not only your abilities, but also your passion for the beautiful game. We offer teams for both male and female players ages 7-18. Each member of our training staff is professionally licensed by FIFA. 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