Schaumburg Park District Winter 2014 Program Guide

Schaumburg Park District Winter 2014 Program Guide

Special EventsSee pages 70-75.Winter/Spring CampsSee page 76.SCHAUMBURG PARK DISTRICTPROGRAM GUIDEResident registration begins Nov. 4.A National Gold Medal and Illinois Distinguished Accredited Agency

Celebrate Life thisHoliday Season!Tribute Park at Volkening LakeExtra Large Stone - $150Give the gift that lasts forever! A personally engraved pathway stone at Tribute Park is a great gift forfriends, family and that special someone.Commemorate a friend, loved one, pet or cherishedmemory forever in Schaumburg’s Tribute ParkThe tribute areas highlight Volkening Lake’s natural beauty. Join the District in support of thisproject by purchasing a memorial pathway stone. The bricks are placed throughout walkways of thepark, and are a wonderful opportunity to give someone permanent recognition or commemorate asignificant event.Fullstone - $100Pathway stones, available in three sizes, are permanently engraved with personalized messages.Proceeds from the project benefit the Schaumburg Park Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization.The purchase of a path stone is not limited to memorials. Other uses and honors include:Halfstone - $75 • Milestone birthdays • Graduations • Marriage proposals• Anniversaries • Recognize a civic group • PetsCommemorative benches also are available.The Tribute Park is part of Volkening LakeRecreation Area, located adjacent toSchaumburg Road and Salem Drive. It hasample parking, is accessible and hosts anumber of events and activities throughoutthe year.The Park District reserves the right to refuseinappropriate words or phrasing.HappyHolidays!For more information or an order form, call 847/985-2115or visit

Board of ParkCommissionersMike DanielsPresidentSharon DiMariaCommissionerDavid JohnsonCommissionerGeorge LongmeyerCommissionerPresident’s MessageBy Mike Daniels, President, Board of Park CommissionersIt’s been quite a 50th anniversary year! On behalf of the Board of Commissioners, I’m extending a big thankyou to the residents, organizations and agencies who celebrated with us. A special mention goes to the Villageof Schaumburg. It was wonderful for the Park District to be the 2013 Septemberfest Parade’s grand marshal,and to be honored with the parade’s theme: “Congratulations Schaumburg Park District – 50 Years of Fun andRecreation.” You’ll find the final anniversary insert (years 2000-2013) in this edition of the program guide. I hopeyou’ve enjoyed the pictorial tour of the Park District’s formative years.And, looking toward the future…..there are many, many events, programs and activities planned for this winter.The Schaumburg Park Foundation’s annual Holiday Bazaar, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Dec. 3 at theSchaumburg Corporate Center, will feature local hand-crafted items and household gifts. The event is the perfectchance to find unique holiday gifts. For more information, visit another gift idea? Give the gift of fitness and fun this holiday season. Gift cards are available from theDistrict and may be purchased at any facility and used anywhere throughout the District for registration andgreens fees, food concessions, and at golf pro shops. The cards make a great present for every age!The District now offers one more way to stay connected! The ParkFun app for Android is available on the GooglePlay Store. This free application joins the app for iPhone ® , iPad ® and iPod touch ® that was launched earlierthis year. The free app, designed and developed by Links Technology Solutions, Inc., connects users with timelyinformation about park locations, field conditions, facilities and fitness opportunities. For ParkFun downloads,visit new programs will be offered this winter! Tummy Warmers will focus on warm and nutritious snacks foryoungsters. Nature and Winter will allow exploration of the season’s beauty at Spring Valley, which also ishosting a Winter Solstice family celebration on Dec. 21.The holiday celebrations will be in full swing. Jolly Old St. Nick goes on tour Dec. 10 and 11! Make your SantaVisit reservation early as his calendar fills very, very quickly this time of year. Pups will have the chance to takea photo with Santa at Jingle Paws on Dec. 7. The “Twas a Saturday Night Before…” event returns Dec. 7 to theCommunity Recreation Center with a short musical and plenty of holiday characters. Christmas in the Valley Dec.7 and 8 depicts how 19th century German-American farm families celebrated the holidays in early Schaumburg.And don’t miss Santa’s helicopter arrival and breakfast on Dec. 8 at Schaumburg Regional Airport. Other winterspecial events include the Dec. 7 Chilly Chili 5K Race at Schaumburg Golf Club, a Rudolph-centric event Dec.12 and the tot favorite Itsy Bitsy New Year’s Eve Countdown on Dec. 31.After the holidays, it’s date night time! Moms and sons will enjoy pirate date night Jan. 18, and dads anddaughters will have a swimmingly good time at under the sea date nightFeb. 15. Don’t miss the preview of spring events so you can mark yourcalendar with events to look forward to as spring draws near and the coldbegins to fade.It’s also a great time of year to visit one of the fitness centers, snowshoe atSpring Valley, swim at The Water Works, work with a personal trainer or takea fitness class. Those New Year’s resolutions are around the corner, and it’snot too early to get a jump on good intentions!On behalf of the Schaumburg Park District’s commissioners and staff, ourbest wishes for a joyous holiday season and spectacular New Year.Robert SchmidtCommissionerTony LaFrenereExecutive DirectorPark Board MeetingsThe Schaumburg Park District Park Board meetings arethe second Thursday of every month at 7:30PM at theJerry Handlon Administration Building, 235 E. Beech Drive,Schaumburg.Schaumburg Park District MissionStatementThe Schaumburg Park District is dedicated to serving thecommunity by providing versatile leisure opportunities throughenriching programs, quality facilities and environmentalstewardship.The Schaumburg Park District is a National Gold Medal and Illinois Distinguished Accredited Agency.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 20143

Registration DatesAll methods of registration occur simultaneously. Registration continues until courses are filled or closed.ResidentNon-ResidentOnline, Walk-In, Mail-In and Drop-Off.......................... Begins Nov. 4 @7AMOnline, Walk-In and Drop-Off...........................................Begins Nov. 25 @7AMPark District InformationYou’ll notice this icon throughout this edition of the Park District’s program guide. We’re hoping this draws attention to themultitude of choices your family has for physical activity and vigorous fun.The mission of Schaumburg CAN (Children – Activity – Nutrition) is to align the community around opportunities that build a foundation ofhealthy activity and nutrition for children. For more information, visit of ContentsExplore the entire brochure to find a program that is just right for you.Alexian Brothers: Park Partner............................................7Aquatics ........................................................................ 16-19Athletics......................................................................... 20-31Barracuda Swim Team........................................................19Birthday Party Services................................................ 12-15Chandler’s............................................................................52Clubs......................................................................................6Corporate Fitness Passes....................................................8Cultural Arts (Dance | Performing Arts | Music | Visual Arts)......... 32-39Early Childhood............................................................. 40-47Facility Addresses and Phone Numbers.............................5Fitness Memberships & Facility Information.................. 8-9Fitness Unlimited.......................................................... 56-57General Interest ............................................................ 48-51Gift Cards...............................................................................5Golf Courses........................................................................52Gymnastics.................................................................... 23-24Health & Fitness............................................................ 53-57Home School.......................................................................58KASPER...............................................................................58Nursery Services...................................................................8NWSRA...................................................................................6Olympic Park.......................................................................31Park Information & Map.................................................10-11Personal Training & Massage..............................................8Preschool....................................................................... 46-47President’s Message.............................................................3Registration Form & Info.............................................. 77-78Room Rentals........................................................................5SAA.......................................................................................20Safety Park...........................................................................45Schaumburg Tennis Plus.............................................. 28-30Seniors........................................................................... 59-62Special Events............................................................... 70-76Sport Center.........................................................................31Spring Valley Nature Center and Heritage Farm........ 63-67Teen Programs............................................................... 68-69Trips......................................................................................62Winter & Spring Break Camps...........................................764 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Program Information Reading GuideActivity TitleActivity description…Park District InformationIndicates this activityis available for onlineregistration.Location Resident/Non-Resident Fee Special Info.Barcode Age Day Time Date WksCourse # Age Day Time Date range No. of weeksAbbreviations:Days--M...... MondayTu..... TuesdayW...... WednesdayTh..... ThursdayF....... FridaySa..... SaturdaySu..... SundayLocations--CRC .... CommunityRecreation CenterMRC ... MeinekeRecreation CenterPSC .... Patricia ShephardEarly ChildhoodCenterSC....... The Sport CenterSGC .... Schaumburg GolfClubSTP ..... SchaumburgTennis PlusNC ...... Spring ValleyNature CenterHF ....... Volkening HeritageFarm at SpringValleyOP ...... Olympic ParkWG ..... Walnut GreensGolf CourseWW ..... The Water WorksEditor: Patricia Casler • Assistant Editor: Tim Carbonara • Graphic Artist: Scott Stompor | Photos: SPD staff and Schaumburg Area Photographic Society (SAPS)Park District FacilitiesJerry HandlonAdministration Building235 E. Beech DriveSchaumburg, IL 60193847/985-2115Atcher Island (seasonal)730 S. Springinsguth RoadSchaumburg, IL 60193847/985-2135Bock Neighborhood Center1223 W. Sharon LaneSchaumburg, IL 60193847/985-2141Community Recreation Centerand Recreation Department505 N. Springinsguth RoadSchaumburg, IL 60194Recreation: 847/490-7015Senior Ctr: 847/490-7026Registration: 847/490-7020Birthdays: 847/490-2509Maintenance Campus601 Morse AvenueSchaumburg, IL 60193847/985-2115Meineke Recreation Center220 E. Weathersfield WaySchaumburg, IL 60193847/985-2144After 5PM: 847/985-2143Olympic Park1675 E. Old Schaumburg RoadSchaumburg, IL 60194Pat Shephard Early ChildhoodCenter and Safety Park421 N. Springinsguth RoadSchaumburg, IL 60194847/490-7036Schaumburg Airport905 W. Irving Park RoadSchaumburg, IL 60193847/985-9778See Park District map and facility/parks information grid on pages 10-11.Schaumburg Baseball Stadium1999 S. Springinsguth RoadSchaumburg, IL 60193847/461-3695Schaumburg Golf Club401 N. Roselle RoadSchaumburg, IL 60194Golf Shop: 847/885-9000Banquets: 847/885-9009The Sport Center1141 W. Irving Park RoadSchaumburg, IL 60193847/891-1266Schaumburg Tennis PlusSports and Fitness Club1416 N. Payne RoadSchaumburg, IL 60173847/884-0678Registration is available at locations with this symbol.Vera Meineke Nature Centerat Spring Valley1111 E. Schaumburg RoadSchaumburg, IL 60194847/985-2100Volkening Heritage Farmat Spring Valley201 S. Plum Grove RoadSchaumburg, IL 60194847/985-2102Walnut Greens Golf Course1150 N. Walnut LaneSchaumburg, IL 60194847/490-7878The Water WorksFamily Aquatics Center505 N. Springinsguth RoadSchaumburg, IL 60194847/490-2505Room and Park RentalsRooms at the Community Recreation Center, Meineke Recreation Center, Bock Neighborhood Center, SportCenter and Spring Valley are available to rent Monday through Sunday when not being used for classes.To rent a room for parties, meetings or special occasions, pick up an application and fee schedule at anycenter. Applications and damage deposit must be submitted to the facility at which the rental is requested atleast two weeks before the rental date. Rental applications are available online.Events that include alcoholic beverages require a written request to the Park District, liquor permit from theVillage of Schaumburg and host liquor liability insurance. Call 847/490-7015 for details.Any person or group wishing to rent a park or field must fill out a park usage application, available at anyrecreation building. A printable park usage application is also available on the Park District website See page 11 for details.Other Rentals: For Olympic Park field rentals, call 847/891-1266. For corporate rentals/family reunions, call847/985-2141. For Community Recreation Center tent rentals, call 847/490-2509. Tent rentals (capacity: 300)may be combined with The Water Works pool packages.Gift CardsGift cards are available from the SchaumburgPark District and may be purchased at anyfacility. The cards, which do not expire, replacegift certificates and may be used anywherethroughout the District for registration and greensfees, food concessions, and Schaumburg GolfClub and Walnut Greens pro shops. Existinggift certificates will be honored, any balancewill be given as a gift card. The gift cards areavailable with a view of Schaumburg Golf Clubor Volkening Lake.Follow Schaumburg Park District at Email: | | Park District | | Winter 20145

Park District InformationClubsAmateur Radio ClubThis club teaches the amateur radio licenseclasses through the Park District. Learn to useradios to talk worldwide! The club meets at7PM, the third Thursday of each month at theCommunity Recreation Center. Visitors arewelcome! For more information, visit or call 847/798-5248. For details on classes,contact the Park District at 847/490-7020.Park District InformationBicycle ClubThe Schaumburg Bicycle Club is a group ofactive adults who cycle in the area and on themany bicycle trails in northern Illinois and southernWisconsin. The club rides though Schaumburgand nearby towns and hosts rides in BusseWoods and Poplar Creek Forest Preserves.Members cycle on the scenic Illinois Prairie Pathand Fox River bicycle trails. Club meetings are7PM, the fourth Wednesday of the month at theSchaumburg Barn.For more information, visit,or email Jeff (, Vice President - MembershipDirector, Schaumburg Bicycle Club.Camera ClubThe Schaumburg Area Photographic Society(SAPS) is a dedicated group of photo buffs. TheClub meets at 7:30PM the second and fourthMonday Sept. - May at the Community RecreationCenter. Visit more information.Northwest Special Recreation AssociationProviding Recreation Services to Individuals with Special NeedsThe Schaumburg Park District is proud to be a member of Northwest Special Recreation Association(NWSRA). Throughout the northwest suburbs, NWSRA is the leader in providing outstandingrecreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. NWSRA’s team of full-timetherapeutic recreation professionals and trained part-time staff offer a multitude of year-round programofferings including sports, camping, social programs and more. Having fun, being included, makingfriends, learning new things and going new places are just a few of the benefits of NWSRA programs!Inclusion assistance is provided by NWSRA to those individuals who wish to participate in their homepark district program. When registering, the parent of an individual with a disability should inform thePark District (and NWSRA, if desired) of any accommodation needed in order for the individual tosuccessfully participate in the program. Park District staff will contact NWSRA for assistance with theaccommodation.Special Leisure Services Foundation, the fundraising arm of NWSRA, partners with public andprivate corporations, foundations and individuals to support and promote outstanding recreationalopportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Throughout the year, the organization hosts avariety of fundraising events that help support accessible transportation, general programs, inclusionopportunities, the Kevin T. Kendrigan Memorial Scholarship program and NWSRA Lightning Athletes.For more information on NWSRA, brochures may be picked up at Schaumburg Park District facilitiesor at the NWSRA office at Park Central, 3000 W. Central Road in Rolling Meadows. NWSRA may becontacted at 847/392-2848 (voice), 392-2855 (TTY) or 392-2870 (fax). Check out NWSRA and SLSFon the internet at or to Skatefor LessNow you can have the excitement of hockey and figureskating while saving money! Schaumburg residents payresident rates on any Learn to Skate or Developmental HockeyHockey program at the Hoffman Estates ParkDistrict’s Triphahn Community Center and Ice Arena.That’s a savings of nearly 20% on all available ice classesand leagues, including:• Parent-Tot Lessons • Pre-Hockey Tot• Beginner Figure Skating • Teen Starter Hockey• Adult Beginner ClassesGarden ClubInterested in learning the basics or want to sharegardening experiences with others? Join theSchaumburg Garden Club at 7PM, the secondWednesday of each month at Spring Valley NatureCenter. For more information, call 847/985-2100.Nature ClubSpring Valley Nature Club members planeducational programs and tours of the NatureCenter, volunteer to work on projects at SpringValley and raise funds to support conservationand education. For more information, call JeanTucknott, 847/352-9680, or Spring Valley,847/985-2100.Americans with Disabilities ActSchaumburg Park District intends to complywith the Americans with Disabilities Act bymaking reasonable accommodations for peoplewith disabilities. If you have any questionsabout the Park District’s compliance policy,contact A.D.A Compliance Officer Dan Otto at847/985-2115 or you or a family member has a disability, andare interested in participating in a program oractivity, or if you or a family member requireany Park District publications be provided toyou in a special format, please advise ourstaff. To assist the District in making theseaccommodations, contact the complianceofficer before the start of the program or eventto discuss accommodations for a smoothinclusion. In addition to programs listed in thisbrochure, the Park District provides specializedservices for people with disabilities throughNWSRA.1685 W. Higgins Road Hoffman Estates, IL 60169(847)885-7500 www.heparks.org6 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

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Facility and Membership InformationFacilityMembershipsPurchasing Facility Memberships:1. Purchase in person at CRC, MRC or STP frontcounter.2. Proof of residency is required:Adult ...........valid driver’s licenseYouth ..........must purchase with parent’s validdriver’s licenseCollege .......full-time student ID cardAll passholders must reside at the address indicatedon the membership form.Facility Membership RefundA refund will be granted to any passholder ifrequested within 30 days of pass purchase. Thefirst month of the pass rate will be deducted fromthe refund. A refund will be granted to any passholderwith a written medical excuse. The passwill be prorated from date of request. No refundswill be given beyond the first 30 days of purchaseother than those with a medical excuse.No refunds for monthly passes. No transfersor extensions on any passes.Daily Use FeeAdultYouthOpen Basketball/Volleyball $4/$8 $4/$8(CRC and MRC)Open Basketball $7/$9 $5/$7(STP)The Water Works $7/$9 $5/$7CRC Fitness $7/$9 $5/$7(must be 14 yrs)MRC Fitness $7/$9 $5/$7(must be 14 yrs)STP Fitness $7/$9 $5/$7(must be 14 yrs)A photo ID is required for a Daily Use Pass.Photo ID needed by non-members for open gym.See page 25 for details.Personal Training and MassagePersonal TrainingMeet your fitness goals!• Private & semiprivate sessions led by certifiedtrainers• Available at CRC, MRC & STP• Convenient timesCall CRC................ 847/490-7015MRC................ 847/985-2143STP................. 847/884-0678Prices: 1 one-hour session............. $ 535 one-hour sessions............ $25010 one-hour sessions.......... $470Other Options:Semiprivate Express Groupyou & friend half-hour min:3/max:51 session.............. $ 76............... $ 34.............. $ 34 ea.5 sessions............ $315............... $160.............. $170 ea.10 sessions.......... $610............... $300.............. $340 ea.Youth FitnessCommit to Be FitFitness training orientation for 12- and13-year-olds at CRC and STP.After completion of orientation, participants mayuse appropriate fitness equipment at SchaumburgPark District fitness centers*. Dates andtimes for classes are available at SPD fitnesscenters.$8/person - pre-registration required. Call CRC,847/490-2505 or STP, 847/884-0678 for details.*Membership or daily use fee required for use ofSPD fitness centers.Massage• Private sessions with certified therapists• Available at CRC• Convenient timesCall CRC................ 847/490-2505Prices: *Passholder/Non-Passholder½ hour session........................ $ 45/$ 57¾ hour session........................ $ 51/$ 631 hour session......................... $ 57/$ 691½ hour session...................... $ 85/$102One Hour Session PackagesPrices: *Passholder/Non-PassholderPackage of Three.................... $156/$197Package of Five....................... $250/$318Package of Seven................... $333/$430Refunds for packages will be charged theregular one-hour rate per session, not thepackage discount.*SPD Fitness Center/Pool PassholderSeparate fees - not included in membership feesPlease note: If you cannot keep your appointment, please contact us. You will be charged the full rateif you fail to notify us at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment.Nursery The Play SpotThe CRC and MRC nurseries operate year-round drop-in service for children 1-month to 11 yearsold of those participating in activities or programs. Parent/guardian must be attending Park Districtprogram/service and remain in the facility when child is in nursery.For safety reasons, if nursery has reached maximum occupancy, service may be delayed ordenied.$2/hour, per child $1/half hour, per childCRC Hours:• Mon - Fri.......... 8:30AM-2PM5-8:30PM• Sat................... 9AM-NoonCorporateFitness PassesFirst-rate facilities... undeniable valueJoin with a group of five, ten or more co-workersand get in on one of these pass options. Seeopposite page for facility descriptions and pricing.• Combo................CRC, MRC fitness plusThe Water Works• Fitness................CRC, MRC fitness• Standard.............MRC fitness onlySTP Corporate - for 5 or 10 employees• Fitness/Racquetball/Squash• Tennis/Fitness/Racquetball/SquashTiny Tot Open PlayTuesdays • Noon-2PM at CRC No program 12/24 & 12/31Children ages 5 years and younger and their parents may explore the indoor playground with ball pit,slides, tunnels and cushy mats. Schedule subject to change.Location: Creative Activity Room at the CRCFee: $3 per child; Adults are freeMRC Hours• Mon - Fri.......... 8:30AM-Noon• Mon - Fri............6-8PMSTP Hours• Wed & Fri......... 9AM-Noon8 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

FacilityInformationHOURS OFOPERATIONThe Park District reservesthe right to change or alterpolicies and hours at ourfacilities.Community Recreation Center505 N. Springinsguth Road847/490-2505Mon-Fri........................... 5:30AM-11PMSat & Sun............................ 6AM-10PMHolidaysThanksgiving, Nov. 28..............8AM-1PMChristmas Eve, Dec. 24......5:30AM-5PMChristmas Day, Dec. 25...........8AM-1PMNew Year’s Eve, Dec. 31......5:30AM-5PMNew Year’s Day, Jan. 1............. 8AM-5PMFitness center & pools close 1/2 hourprior to facility closing.Meineke Recreation Center220 E. Weathersfield Way847/985-2143Mon-Fri...........................5:30AM-10PMSat & Sun............................6AM-10PMHolidaysThanksgiving, Nov. 28...............8AM-1PMChristmas Eve, Dec. 24....... 5:30AM-5PMChristmas Day, Dec. 25..............CLOSEDNew Year’s Eve, Dec. 31..... 5:30AM-5PMNew Year’s Day, Jan. 1.............8AM-5PMFitness center closes 1/2 hour prior tofacility closing.Schaumburg Tennis Plus1416 N. Payne Road847/884-0678Mon-Fri............................... 6AM-11PMSat & Sun.............................7AM-7PMHolidaysThanksgiving, Nov. 28..............8AM-1PMChristmas Eve, Dec. 24............6AM-5PMChristmas Day, Dec. 25............. CLOSEDNew Year’s Eve, Dec. 31..........6AM-5PMNew Year’s Day, Jan. 1............8AM-5PMFitness center and pool close 1/2 hourprior to facility closing.The Water Works505 N. Springinsguth Road847/490-2505Lap SwimMon-Fri........................... 6AM-10:30PMSat & Sun......................... 6AM-9:30PMOpen SwimMon-Thu.................................5:30-8PMFri................................................4-8PMSat & Sun............................. Noon-5PMSee page 16 for extended open swimhoursAMENITIESPrecor, Cybex & Life FitnessEquipment, 8 Exercise Bikes, 2 AirdyneBikes, 2 Stairmasters, 2 RowingMachines, 19 Elliptical Machines, 3AMTs, Free Weights, 20 Treadmills,2 NuStep Recumbent Crosstrainers,Indoor Running Track, 3 RacquetballCourts, 2 SaunasLife Fitness Strength Equipment,Smith Press, Plate-Loaded Leg Press,Dual Adjustable-Cable Machine,Preacher Curl, Dumbbell & BenchArea, Hand Weights (5-100lbs), CardioEquipment, Airdyne Bike, NuStepRecumbent Crosstrainer, 2 AdaptiveMotion Trainers, 5 Recumbent Bikes,2 Upright Bikes, 2 Stairmasters,6 Elliptical Machines, 8 Treadmills,Row/Rear Delt Machine, Gymnasium,Indoor Running TrackIndoor Tennis Courts, CardiovascularEquipment, Circuit Training WeightEquipment, Free Weight Area, SquashCourts, Wallyball Courts, RacquetballCourts, Basketball Court, 2 Saunas,4-Lane Indoor Lap Pool and Whirlpool,Sports Grill & LoungePlay Pool with 3 Water Slides, GradualBeach-like Entry, Water Playground,Rapid Water Channel, Diving Pool withOne-Meter Diving Board, Lap Pool withsix 25-Yard Lanes, Concessions, FamilyChanging Room, Whirlpool (Seats 15)ServicesIntroductory Equipment Instruction, FitnessAssessments, Personal Training,Nursery, Open Gym, Massage, GroupFitness ClassesPersonal Training, Nursery, OpenGym, Group Fitness ClassesPersonal Training, Nursery (appt.only), Racquet Demo Program, RacquetStringing, Towel Service, Parties,Corporate & Group OutingsNursery, Rentals Available, SwimLessons, Lifeguard Training, AquaAerobics, Birthday PartiesOther NOTESAll persons using Schaumburg Park District fitness centers must be 14 years ofage or older.For new fitness center members, one machine orientation per member isprovided by a certified personal trainer. See facility counter for details.• Tennis Leagues & Lessons• Travel Teams• Permanent Court Timefor members• Court Reservations• Private Rentals & PartiesLap Swim Policy - Saturday and Sundayevening lap swimming may be periodicallyclosed due to private pool rentals. Watchfor signs or call for lap pool status. Twolap lanes are guaranteed during lap swimhours.No open swim Christmas Day, Dec. 25 &New Year’s Day, Jan. 1.Memberships and FeesAdult Family* Youth Senior Corporate** Small Corp** Individual Corp**(17 yrs & under) (55 yrs & over)Premium Plus - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works, $734/$1,142 $1,063/$1,622 $445/$680 $423/$668 Not Available Not Available Not Available3 Outdoor Pools, Volkening Lake, STP (fitness & tennis)Premium - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works, $407/$690 $603/$972 $297/$520 $231/$407 Not Available Not Available Not Available3 Outdoor Pools, Volkening LakeCombo Plus - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works, $660/$1,024 $922/$1,476 $402/$637 $364/$578 $3,441/$4,002 $2,254/$3,412 $839/NASTP (fitness only)Combo - CRC and MRC Fitness, The Water Works $372/$593 $535/$863 $275/$438 $207/$327 $1,957/$3,096 $1,144/$1,642 $492/NAFitness - CRC and MRC Fitness Only $194/$297 $269/$409 $142/$222 $111/$164 $979/$1,583 $576/$821 $245/NAMRC Standard Fitness - MRC Fitness Only $138/$242 $181/$295 $96/$138 $73/$131 $701/$864 Not Available $192/NAIndoor Pool Pass - The Water Works Only $217/$334 $304/$476 $164/$259 $134/$201 Not Available Not Available Not AvailableAnnual Pool Pass Combo - The Water Works, $252/$438 $372/$612 $192/$342 $156/$281 Not Available Not Available Not Available3 Outdoor Pools, Volkening LakeSchaumburg Tennis Plus (STP Only)See page 30 for membership options.* Families consist of parents and their unmarried children 17 years and under residing at the same address and/or unmarried children through age 23 who are full-time students.**Corporate fitness pass, valid for one year, entitles 10 business employees (5 employees for Small Corp, 1 employee for Individual Corp) to fitness pass privileges only. Corporate passes are valid only at Park District fitnesscenters (CRC, MRC, STP). Not valid at SPD golf courses.Scheduled monthly payments are available for annual passes. All persons using Schaumburg Park District fitness centers must be 14 years of age or older.Key Ring Membership CardsThis convenient, on-the-go card includes a carabiner for quick attachment to gym and golf bags, key rings or backpacks. Themini-cards feature the member’s photo and barcode. The key ring membership card is optional. Existing size membershipcards remain available. First issue of mini-cards is complimentary to members. The standard replacement fee of $10 alsoapplies to key ring cards. Schaumburg Park District passholders may receive the free key ring card and carabiner at Community RecreationCenter/The Water Works, Schaumburg Tennis Plus, Meineke Recreation Center, Spring Valley Nature Center, Bock Neighborhood Center, Schaumburg Golf Club andWalnut Greens. For more information, call 847/985-2115 or visit Park District | | Winter 20149

Visit the interactive parks and facilitiesdirectory online at KeyMap ReferenceParkingLakeIce Skating4 In-line SkatingNature Area/TrailPlaygroundsSwimming PoolTennisBasketballBaseballAthletic FieldsBicycle TrailPark Map and InformationPicnic ShelterCommunity Recreation Center, The Water Works, Barefoot Patio & Grill A l l 6 6 lAtcher Island Water Park & Park B l l l J l l lBock Neighborhood Center & Park C l l l l l l l l lVolkening Lake D l l J l J lMeineke Recreation Center & Park E l l l l J l l l l l- Jerry Handlon Administration Building E 1lSpring Valley, Vera Meineke Nature Center, Volkening Heritage Farm F l lWalnut Greens Golf Course G lSchaumburg Golf Club, Chandler’s Chophouse H lPatricia Shephard Early Childhood Center, Safety Park J l lSchaumburg Tennis Plus, Schaumburg Tennis Sports Grill K l 6 6 6Schaumburg Airport L lSchaumburg Baseball Stadium M l lThe Sport Center N l 6 6 6Olympic Park 51 l 4 l J J JLights - J Indoors - 610 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Parks KeyMap ReferenceParkingLakeIce Skating/4 In-line SkatingKessell 1 l lColony Lake 2 l lZocher 3 J J JLiberty 4 l lNantucket 5Bunker Hill 6 l lPaul Revere 7 l lBrandenburg 8 4 l l l l l l lPrairie 9 l 4 l lGray Farm Conservation Area 10 l l l l l l l l l lHoover 11 l l J l l l lEinstein 12 l l lDerda 13 lBond 14 l l lFalk 15 l l l J J lJaycee 16 l l lFreedom 17 l lDooley 18 l l l l JCampanelli 19 l l l l l l lTerada 20 lSalk 21 l l l l l lKay Wojcik Conservation Area at Oak Hollow 22 lWoodstock 23 l l lTimbercrest 24 l 4 J l J l J J l lEagle 25 l 4 J l J l l l lCove 26 l l lRoberts 27 l l l l l lSlingerland 28 lKingsport Lake 29 l l lAbrahamsen 30 l l l l l lApollo 31 l l l l l lSunset 32 l l l l l lMraz 33 l l l l lOlde Salem 34 l l l l lHilltop 35 l lKingsport East 36 l l l l lLancer Creek/Twin Ponds 37 l l lSheffield Ridge 38Olde Nantucket 39 lDuxbury 40 l lDoherty 41 l lPolk Brach 42 l J J lMcLemore 43 lVeterans Park 44 l l l l lPembroke 45 l l l lRuth Macintyre Conserv. Area 46 l lMargaret A. Connelly 47 l l l lSavannah Trace 48 lBelle 49 l l l l l l lKnollwood 50 lGolf & Knollwood 52 l l l l lCopley 53 l lLinden 54 l l l l l lRuss Parker Park/Park St. Claire* 55 l l l l l lBriar Pointe 56 l l l l l l lVillage in the Park 57 l lLights - J Indoors - 6*Russ Parker Park & Park St. Claire - Russ Parker Park is the portion of parkland east of National Parkway. Park St. Claire is the remaining parkland on thewest side of National Parkway leading down to Schaumburg Rd. Amenities for this site include only Nature Area/Trail and Bicycle Trail.Nature Area/TrailPlaygroundsSwimming PoolTennisBasketballBaseballAthletic FieldsBicycle TrailPicnic ShelterPark andField UsageInformationAny person or group wishing to rent a park or fieldmust fill out a park usage application, availableat any recreation building. A printable park usageapplication is also available on the Park Districtwebsite at under the Parkstab. Requests are filled on a first-come basis,depending on availability. Park rental fee is $100for residents, $150 for non-residents and $25 forin-district civic groups. Fee includes picnic tablesat shelter sites. All applications are approved bythe superintendent of parks. Allow two weeks forprocessing. For additional information, contact theparks department at 847/985-2115.Rental Information:• Corporate rentals/family reunions..... 847/985-2141• CRC tent rentals................................847/490-2509• Olympic Park field rentals..................847/891-1266Adopt-A-ParkThe Schaumburg Park District invites organizationsto take part in its Adopt-A-Park program. Showcommunity pride and civic responsibility by actingas the eyes and ears of the Park District. A signwith the adopting organization’s name will bedisplayed at the park. In return, your group willkeep the Park District informed of any problems atthe park and initiate beautification efforts, includingplanting flowers and picking up litter. There is noadoption fee. A number of parks are available foradoption. For information, call the superintendentof parks at 847/985-2115.Outdoor IceSkating - FreeSupervised Skating - Dec. 2 - Feb. 14The Schaumburg Park District supervisesthe ice skating area and warming shelter atVolkening Lake, Dec. 2 - Feb. 14, weatherpermitting.Volkening Lake Skating Hours: 847/490-7870M-F........... 3:30-9PM Sa/Su......Noon-8PMClosed Dec. 24, 25, 31 & Jan. 1Unsupervised SkatingRinks prepared for unsupervised skating arelocated at Gray Farm, Timbercrest and TwinPonds.When the wind chill factor goes below -20 0 F atO’Hare, Volkening Lake (with warming house) willbe unsupervised and the warming shelter will beclosed.• Green flags indicate ice rink conditions are safeat cleared spots only.• Red flags indicate dangerous skating conditions;rink is closed. Call 847/490-7870 or for closings.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201411

Birthday Party ServicesThe Water Worksand CRC PartiesThe Schaumburg Park District offers splashtasticpool and theme parties for every birthday boy or girl.No worries, we’ll do all the work! Book your date andleave the rest to us!The Water Works Splash Away PartySplash your birthday away at the Schaumburg ParkDistrict’s indoor water park! Postcard invitationsincluded.Splash Away Package: Three hours, $170/$190for a min. of 10 people; $12 add’l person (includingnon-swimming adults)Includes: Party room for one hour, pool for twohours, one party host, pizza or hot dogs and chips,drinks, cake, ice cream and white paperware.Splash Away Plus Package: Three hours,$220/$240 for a min. of 10 people; $13 add’lperson (including non-swimming adults)Includes: Splash Away package plus partythemed decorations and paperware, goodie bagsand costume character visit (choose from ourcharacters).The Water Works Splash Away andPlay Party (2-5yrs)Spend an hour at The Water Works and two hours inthe Creative Activity Room for an unforgettable party.Splash Away and Play Package: Three hours,$205/$225 for a min. of 10 people; $12 add’lperson (including non-swimming adults)Includes: Playroom for two hours, pool for onehour, one party host, pizza or hot dogs and chips,drinks, cake, ice cream and white paperware.Splash Away and Play Plus Package: Threehours, $255/$275 for a min. of 10 people;$13 add’l person (including non-swimming adults)Includes: Splash Away and Play package plusparty themed decorations and paperware, goodiebags and costume character visit (choose from ourcharacters).Indoor Playground Party (2-5yrs)The Creative Activity Room is perfect for toddlers witha ball pit, slides and tunnels.Playground Package: Two hours, $150/$170 fora min. of 10 children; $10 add’l childIncludes: Playroom for two hours, one party host,pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake, icecream and white paperware.Playground Plus Package: Two hours,$200/$220 for a min. of 10 children; $11 add’l childIncludes: Playground package plus party themeddecorations and paperware, goodie bagsand costume character visit (choose from ourcharacters).Birds with Bad Attitudes PartyHelp the angry birds get back at the egg stealing pigsand celebrate a birthday at the same time. Thesefeathered friends will flatten any shelters in their way.Enjoy an explosive two-hour party complete withgames and activities.Includes: Pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake,ice cream, paperware, two flock leaders and a takehomecraft for each guest.Fee: $160/$180 for a minimum of 10 children$12 for each add’l childCheerleading PartyWe’ve got spirit, yes we do! We’ve got spirit, how‘bout you? Bring your friends and your spirit fingersfor two hours of cheering, eating and fun! Guestslearn jumps and motions, a short cheer with pompons,create a special birthday cheer and show offtheir new skills at a pep rally for parents.Includes: Food, drinks, cake, ice cream, paperware,a head cheerleader (staff member) and pom-pons foreach guest.Fee: $160/$180 for 10 children$9 for each add’l childPajama PartyWear pajamas and prepare to play, dance and giggleyour way through 2½ hours of fun. Crafts, games,food, drinks, cake and ice cream will make this partyfeel like a sleepover – without the all-night stay.Activities will be tailored to the age and gender ofguests.Includes: Party room for 2½ hours, two party hosts,pizza or hot dogs and chips, drinks, cake, ice creamand paperware.Fee: $170/$190 for a minimum of 10 children$11 for each add’l childCupcake Decorating Option: For an additional$3.50 per person, each child will get to decoratea cupcake box and acupcake to take home.Birthday cake can bechanged to a cupcakecake at no additionalcharge with this craftoption.Puppy PartyCalling all party animals!Share some puppylove at this two-hourpooch-a-palooza thatincludes tail-waggin’games, crafts, décor andactivities. Come, sit andplay like a puppy! Kittenparties also available.Includes: Pizza or hotdogs and chips, drinks,“puppy treats,” cake, icecream, paperware, twopack leaders and a take-home craft for each guest.Fee: $160/180 for a minimum of 10 children$12 for each add’l childBuild-A-Puppy Option: Create extra-specialmemories when each child stuffs and names anew puppy friend, complete with a wishing heart,birth certificate and hand-made collar. Party will beextended to 2 ½ hours.Fee: $8 for each add’l childYou Want It, We’ve Got It PartyThe CRC is offering parties designed to fit yourneeds. From rock star to Barbie, arts and craftsto boot camp, wild west to out-of-this-world, if youhave a theme you want, we can create it. Popularparty themes include:WWE wrestling BallerinaMinecraft Hip HopDora or Diego Monster TrucksAstronaut Teddy Bear Garden PartyCurious George Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesRock Star Mike the KnightTangledYo Gabba Gabba!CookingSofia the FirstWild Kratts Diary of a Wimpy KidHalloween Valentine’s DayPolar ExpressAll parties include food, drinks, cake, ice cream,paperware and a party host. You Want It, We’veGot It parties must be booked at least one month inadvance to allow for planning and supply ordering.Pricing will vary based on theme and length of party.Call 847/490-2509 for party information at TheWater Works and CRC. CRC slumber party andlarge group overnight lock-in information availableat Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Bock PartiesParties may be booked on Saturday and Sunday. Friday parties are available on request. Parties are two hours.Cake Decorating Party (4-12yrs)Party guests will enjoy decorating their own cakeand cake box to take home. Party includes cake,cake decorations, drinks, candles, paperwareand an apron for each party-goer to wear. This90-minute party is as fun as it is delicious.Fee: $253/$273 for 15 guests$19 each add’l childmaximum of 20 guestsDinosaur Party (5-8yrs)Welcome to Jurassic Bock! Celebrate your birthdayand have a “dino-mite” time. First hour includes staffledthemed crafts including making a dinosaur hat andfun games such as Jurassic Bean Bags, Dino FeetRelay and Hot Brontosaurus Egg. Second hour is setaside for pizza and opening presents. Pizza, drinksand paperware are provided. Parent provides dessert.Fee: $130/$150 for 10 guests$10 for each add’l childHawaiian Luau Party (5-8yrs)Enjoy a tropical birthday party! First hour includesstaff-led themed games and crafts. Activities includemaking a lei and luau bracelet, fun games such ashot coconut and a limbo contest! Second hour is setaside for pizza and opening presents. Pizza, drinksand paperware provided. Parent provides dessert.Fee: $130/$150 for 10 guests$10 each add’l childLEGO ® Robotics Party (8-13yrs)Enjoy a fun birthday party with LEGO ® MindstormsRobots! Learn to build and program a LEGO ® Mindstormsrobot and watch it respond to commandsand perform tasks. Participants will work in pairsfor the first 75 minutes on their robots. The final 45minutes will be spent enjoying drinks and dessertand opening gifts. Parent provides dessert. Drinksand paperware are provided. Party is presented byProgram to Learn, Inc. staff and a Park District partyhost. LEGO ® Robotics Parties may be scheduledfrom 4-7PM on Saturdays and 1-7PM on Sundays.Participants do not bring home the robot/computer.Fee: $225/$245 for 10 guests$20 for each add’l childMaximum of 16 childrenOuter Space Party (5-8yrs)Blast off to Bock! Celebrate your birthday in the outerreaches of the galaxy. First hour includes staff-ledthemed crafts such as making an alien mask andfun games such as Musical Planet, Pass the Sunand Pin the Astronaut on the Moon. Second houris set aside for pizza and opening presents. Pizza,drinks and paperware are provided. Parent providesdessert.Fee: $130/$150 for 10 guests$10 for each add’l childPirate Party (5-8yrs)Ahoy matey! Celebrate your birthday pirate style.First hour includes themed staff-led games andcrafts. Activities include making a pirate sword andflag as well as fun games such as X marks the spot,musical islands and cannon pop. Second hour is setaside for pizza and opening presents. Pizza, drinksand paperware provided. Parent provides dessert.Fee: $130/$150 for 10 guests$10 each add’l childPixie Dust Party (5-8yrs)Become a fairy for a day! First hour includes staffledthemed crafts such as decorating pixie wingsand a fairy wand, and playing fun games. Secondhour is set aside for pizza and opening presents.Pizza, drinks and paperware are provided. Parentprovides dessert.Fee: $130/$150 for 10 guests$10 for each add’l guestCall Bock, 847/985-2141 for party information.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201413

Birthday Party ServicesMRC PartiesJungle Mania Party (5-8yrs)Go on a birthday party safari at Meineke! Createan adventure hat, make a safari craft and playthe jungle animal bean bag toss game. Weara festive stick-on animal tattoo or choose fromjungle stickers. Pizza, drinks, balloons and festivepaperware included. Parent provides dessert.There will also be time for gift opening.Fee: $150/$170 for 10 guests$13 each add’l childLittle Princess Party (5-8yrs)Celebrate your birthday as a princess! You andyour friends will create a tiara and receive a magicglitter wand. Enjoy bead jewelry making, princesstattoos and games! Pizza, drinks, balloons andfestive paperware included. Parent providesdessert. There will be time for gift opening.Fee: $150/$170 for 10 guests$13 each add’l childSuperhero Party (5-8yrs)Do you love Spider-Man, Iron Man or any superhero?Then celebrate your birthday at MRC.Pick your favorite superhero and we’ll do the rest!Activities include creating your own cape, stickerand tattoo fun, and partaking in the power ringscavenger hunt. Pizza, drinks, balloons and festivepaperware included. Parent provides dessert.There will be time for gift opening.Fee: $150/$170 for 10 guests$13 each add’l childCall MRC, 847/985-2144 for party information.STP PartiesSchaumburg Tennis Plus parties may be booked onSaturday and Sunday. Paper products, pizza anddrinks are included. Parent provides dessert. Foodservice for non-participating guests for all parties ($6each).Glam Girl Party (6yrs & up)Each girl may have hair, makeup and nails doneand make her own party favor.Fee: $150/$170 for 8 kids$12 each add’l childSports Party (6yrs & up)Choose two of the following: basketball, wallyball,dodgeball, floor hockey, soccer or kickball.Fee: First hr: $150/$170 for 10 kids$12 each add’lchildTennis Party (8yrs & up)Play tennis games with a host for an hour and thenenjoy pizza and unlimited drinks.Fee: $180/$200 for 10 kids$12 each add’l childWallyball Party (10yrs and up)Enjoy one hour of wallyball, then it’s pizza and sodaafter!Fee: $150/$170 for 10 kids$12 each add’l childCall STP, 847/884-0678 for party information.Party Like aSports Star atthe Sport CenterParties include one hour of sports and games orgymnastics, one hour in the party room and a partyhost to help set-up, clean-up, lead activities andserve food. Food, cake and invitations are included.Sport Center parties are appropriate for children 5to 12 years old.Fantastic Gymnastics (6yrs and up)This party includes group instruction and supervisedfree play in the gymnastics facility.Fee: $205/$230 for 10 guests$13 each add’l childGrand Slam BaseballThis party includes supervised instruction, activitiesand games of your choice in the batting tunnel orbaseball field.Fee: $180/$205 for 10 guests$11 each add’l childSuper Spike Volleyball, Slam DunkBasketball or DodgeballThis party includes supervised basketball, volleyballor dodgeball instruction, games and activities.Fee: $170/$195 for 10 guests$11 each add’l childTiny Tot Gym Jam (3-5yrs)This party includes supervised play in the gym witha variety of play equipment, games and activities.Fee: $170/$195 for 10 guests$11 each add’l childTouchdown Flag FootballThis party includes supervised games on one of theindoor soccer fields.Fee: $180/$205 for 10 guests$11 each add’l childWorld Cup SoccerThis party includes supervised instruction, activitiesand games on one of the indoor soccer fields.Fee: $180/$205 for 10 guests$11 each add’l childCall the Sport Center, 847/891-1266 for partyinformation.14 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Spring valleyPartiesMake your child’s party a historic event! Choosefrom three fun-filled themes. Parties are two hoursin length and include one hour of themed, staff-ledactivities and a farm tour. Pizza, drinks, cake, icecream and paperware are provided. AvailableMon-Sat, 2-5PM.Basic: 2 hours, $170/$190 for 10 guests$13 add’l guests—max. of 16Deluxe: 2 ½ hours, includes wagon ride,$200/$220 for 10 guests$16 add’l guests—max. of 16A Doll’s Day (6-10yrs)Celebrate your special day with a tea-themed partyfor you, your friends and your favorite doll! Go on atour to meet the farm animals and make a historicdoll to take home.Barnyard Buddies (3-6yrs)Explore the wonders of the farm while meeting thefarm’s animals with your parents and friends! Enjoyfun farm activities and playing a barnyard buddiesgame. All children should be accompanied by anadult. Guest count includes all children and adults.Time Travelers (7-12yrs)Travel back in time for your birthday! Experiencefarm life over 100 years ago by helping out withfarm chores, making a fun take-home craft and seeinghow Spring Valley makes history come to life.Call Spring Valley’s Heritage Farm, 847/985-2102for party information.Safety Park and PSC PartiesLooking for a new way to celebrate your child’s birthday? Pat Shephard Center and Ken Alley Safety Parkoffer four unique-themed birthday parties! Safety Park parties include a safety lesson, pizza, drinks, cake,goodie bags, invitations and paper products. Safety Park parties are available mid-April through mid-October. You may also choose to rent Safety Park and bring your own food and beverages. The LEGO ®party includes pizza, drinks, cake, goodie bags, invitations and paper products.A two-hour party package is $160 for 10 children. Additional children $10 each. Two week minimum noticerequired when booking a party.Deluxe Safety Park Party (4-5yrs)Ride your bikes or big wheels and make your owndriver’s license. (Max: 20 Children)Jeep Party at Safety Park (5-7yrs)Ride around Safety Park in electric jeeps and makeyour own driver’s license. (Max: 15 Children)LEGO ® Birthday Party at PSC(5-8yrs) Available all year!This party is fun and creative with time for guidedbuilding activities and free play. (Max: 15 Children)Train Party at Safety Park (3-4yrs)Ride the Birthday Party Express! Play pin-thesteamstack-on-the-engineand ride through SafetyPark on the trackless train. (Max: 18 Children)Call the Pat Shephard Center, 847/490-7036 forparty information.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201415

The Water Works InformationWinter OPENSwim HOURSMon-Thu............................................. 5:30-8PMFri....................................................... 4-8PMSat/Sun.............................................. Noon-5PMAquatics505 N. Springinsguth Road • Phone: 847/490-2505Lap Swim HoursParent & TotSwim HoursMon-Fri............................................... 6AM-10:30PMSat/Sun.............................................. 6AM-9:30PMMon-Fri............................................... 10-11AMDaily Use Fees Youth.................................................. $5/$7Adult................................................... $7/$9Children 2 and younger...................... FreeAMENITIESSpecial InfoWater playground, 3 water slides, separate diving well,separate lap pool, whirlpool, family changing room,concessionsThe Schaumburg Park District reserves the right tochange or alter policies pertaining to The Water Works.Open Swim: Dec. 23, 26, 27, 30; Jan. 2, 3, 17, 20; Feb. 17 & March 24-28 • Noon-8PM | Dec. 24 & 31 • Noon-4:30PMNo open Swim: Dec. 25 & Jan. 1The Water Works Open Swim GuidelinesAreas of the facilities may beclosed for programming duringopen swim hours. Admittanceis by membership or daily usefee. Everyone entering the pooldeck must pay a fee. Children8 years and younger must beaccompanied and supervisedby an adult at least 16 yearsold. For safety reasons,children may not be leftunattended on the pool deckor in the concessions.The Water WorksLap SwimmingGuidelinesTwo lap lanes are guaranteedduring all pool hours, exceptduring rentals which may occuron Saturday and Sunday evenings. Watch for signs or call for lap pool status.Lap swimmers are expected to circle swim to the right when there are morethan two swimmers per lane. For the safety and comfort of lap swimmers, lapswimming is available for patrons age 16 and older or patrons who are ableto demonstrate the following skills: rhythmic breathing, a structured stroke asdetermined by the American Red Cross and continuous swim of 100 yardsusing one of four structured strokes (front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke,butterfly). Admittance is by membership or daily use fee.Parent/Tot SwimMonday through Friday from 10-11AM is set aside for parents to enjoy theleisure pool with their children. Children must be accompanied in the water byan adult. Admission by membership or daily use fee.Whirlpool ClosingsThe Water Works whirlpool is closed for cleaning every other Thursday,8AM-5PM.The Water Works Pool Rules1. Children 8 years and younger must be accompanied and supervised byan adult 16 years of age or older at all times.2. A swimsuit and clean swim attire are required to enter pools. (Un-lined andcut-off shorts or leotards are not allowed.)3. Noodles, kickboards and floatation devices are allowed only in leisure poolat The Water Works.4. Coast Guard approved lifejackets are allowed. Parent/guardian mustremain within arm’s reach of child at all times and jackets are not allowedon water slides or diving boards.5. Outside food and beverages are not permitted at The Water Works.6. Must be 18 years old to use the hot tub.7. Children not toilet-trained must wear tight-fitting plastic pants.8. No running in The Water Works facility.9. Street shoes are not allowed on pool decks.10. Swimmers are encouraged to take a shower before entering the pool.11. Children 5 years and older are not permitted in the locker room of theopposite sex.12. All other state and local health codes apply.Locker Room PolicyChildren 5 years and older will not be permitted in the locker rooms of theopposite sex. Children must be prepared to change their clothing or walkthrough the locker room on their own. When possible, the District recommendsa parent or adult chaperone of the same sex accompany the child through thelocker room.16 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Swim Lesson Information1. Parents and spectators are allowed to watch the swim lessons from theconcession or designated area.2. The first day may take longer to get classes started as participants are evaluated.3. On the last day of class, students may demonstrate their swimming skills.Parents will be allowed to view class from the pool deck, provided shoes areremoved.4. Towels are not provided.5. Participants must bring a photo ID to receive a locker.6. The family locker room is only for use of parents with children of the oppositesex 5 years and older. A key is required for entry to the changing area.7. All Water Works passholders receive a $5 discount on swim lessons.Swim Lesson Make-Up ProcedureNo make-ups for missed lessons. If classes are cancelled by the Schaumburg ParkDistrict, arrangements will be made to make up the class.No Swim Lessons: Jan. 17, 20 & Feb. 17Swim LessonsParent/Infant SwimEmphasis is placed on water adjustment skills and stimulating play in a safeenvironment. Parent is required to be in the water and participate in the class.Children who are not toilet trained must wear tight fitting plastic pants.WW $58/$78 *$52/$72 No class 1/20 & 2/17Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56751* 6-18mos M 10:00-10:30A 01/06-03/17 956753* 18-36mos M 10:35-11:05A 01/06-03/17 956749 6-18mos Tu 2:10-2:40P 01/07-03/11 1056754 6-18mos Tu 6:40-7:10P 01/07-03/11 1056750 18-36mos W 10:00-10:30A 01/08-03/12 1056752 6-18mos W 10:35-11:05A 01/08-03/12 1056757 18-36mos Th 6:40-7:10P 01/09-03/13 1056755 18-36mos Sa 8:40-9:10A 01/11-03/15 1056756 6-18mos Sa 11:20-11:50A 01/11-03/15 10Parent/Preschool SwimElementary aquatic readiness skills are taught through songs, water play andimitation activities. Parent is required to be in the water and participate in theclass. Children not toilet trained must wear tight fitting plastic pants.WW $58/$78Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56745 3-5yrs Tu 6:05-6:35P 01/07-03/11 1056746 3-5yrs Th 10:00-10:30A 01/09-03/13 1056747 3-5yrs Th 6:05-6:35P 01/09-03/13 1056748 3-5yrs Sa 9:15-9:45A 01/11-03/15 10Teen/Adult Swim LessonsIt’s never too late to learn to swim or improve rusty strokes. Learn basicstrokes and discover how relaxing and rewarding swimming can be.WW $78/$98Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56763 15+ Tu 8:00-8:45P 01/07-03/11 1056764 15+ Th 8:00-8:45P 01/09-03/13 10Adult Individual Swim LessonsIndividual lessons provide one-on-one instruction for any level. Participantswill be contacted by instructor to schedule ten half-hour private lessons.WW $174/$194Barcode Age Date Wks56719 18+ 01/08-03/12 10Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 2014Advanced Swimming SkillsFor students who complete all levels of Learn-to-Swim and wish to continuedeveloping swimming skills. Focus is on stroke techniques in a non-competitiveenvironment.WW $78/$98 No class 1/17Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56720 9+ F 4:00-5:00P 01/10-03/21 10Tiny Tot SwimChildren will learn to float without support and achieve beginning swimmingskills. Ability levels will be evaluated the first day of class.WW $83/$103 No class 1/17, 1/20 & 2/17Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56768 3-5yrs M/W 10:00-10:30A 01/06-02/10 556765 3-5yrs M/W 10:00-10:30A 02/12-03/19 556767 3-5yrs M/W 5:30-6:00P 01/06-02/10 556782 3-5yrs M/W 5:30-6:00P 02/12-03/19 556769 3-5yrs Tu 9:25-9:55A 01/07-03/11 1056770 3-5yrs Tu 10:00-10:30A 01/07-03/11 1056771 3-5yrs Tu 1:35-2:05P 01/07-03/11 1056766 3-5yrs Tu 6:05-6:35P 01/07-03/11 1056772 3-5yrs Th 9:25-9:55A 01/09-03/13 1056773 3-5yrs Th 10:35-11:05A 01/09-03/13 1056774 3-5yrs Th 1:35-2:05P 01/09-03/13 1056775 3-5yrs Th 2:10-2:40P 01/09-03/13 1056776 3-5yrs Th 6:05-6:35P 01/09-03/13 1056777 3-5yrs F 8:50-9:20A 01/10-03/21 1056778 3-5yrs F 10:00-10:30A 01/10-03/21 1056779 3-5yrs F 4:00-4:30P 01/10-03/21 1056780 3-5yrs Sa 9:15-9:45A 01/11-03/15 1056781 3-5yrs Sa 11:20-11:50A 01/11-03/15 1056853 3-5yrs Su 9:50-10:20A 01/12-03/16 10Advanced Tiny Tot SwimCoordinate advanced front and back swim stroke skills. Class is designed forchildren who have accomplished skills from preceding classes. To qualify forthis program, children must meet the following criteria: swim underwater onebody length, ability to front and back float for five seconds and demonstrate allof the Tiny Tot swim requirements.WW $83/$103Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56721 4-5yrs Tu 10:35-11:05A 01/07-03/11 1056722 4-5yrs Th 1:00-1:30P 01/09-03/13 1017

AquaticsLearn-to-SwimLearn stroke development and water safety skills appropriate for each level.Class is based on seven progressive skill levels. Skills are evaluated on thefirst day of class.WW $78/$98 No class 1/20 & 2/17Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56731 5-12yrs M/W 4:00-4:40P 01/06-02/10 556736 5-12yrs M/W 4:00-4:40P 02/12-03/19 556735 5-12yrs M/W 4:45-5:25P 01/06-02/10 556732 5-12yrs M/W 4:45-5:25P 02/12-03/19 556734 5-12yrs Tu 4:00-4:40P 01/07-03/11 1056733 5-12yrs Tu 4:45-5:25P 01/07-03/11 1056737 5-12yrs Th 4:00-4:40P 01/09-03/13 1056738 5-12yrs Th 4:45-5:25P 01/09-03/13 1056739 5-12yrs Sa 9:50-10:30A 01/11-03/15 1056740 5-12yrs Sa 10:35-11:15A 01/11-03/15 1056741 5-12yrs Su 10:25-11:05A 01/12-03/16 1056742 5-12yrs Su 11:10-11:50A 01/12-03/16 10Youth Individual Swim LessonsIndividual lessons provide one-on-one instruction for all levels. No make-upsfor individual lessons. Participants may only register for one class of individuallessons.WW $174/$194 *$157/$177 No class 1/17, 1/20 & 2/17Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56783* 3-17yrs M 8:50-9:20A 01/06-03/17 956784* 3-17yrs M 9:25-9:55A 01/06-03/17 956808* 3-17yrs M 6:05-6:35P 01/06-03/17 956804* 3-17yrs M 6:40-7:10P 01/06-03/17 956807* 3-17yrs M 7:15-7:45P 01/06-03/17 956785 3-17yrs Tu 8:50-9:20A 01/07-03/11 1056786 3-17yrs Tu 1:00-1:30P 01/07-03/11 1056787 3-17yrs Tu 2:10-2:40P 01/07-03/11 1056788 3-17yrs Tu 2:45-3:15P 01/07-03/11 1056789 3-17yrs Tu 5:30-6:00P 01/07-03/11 1056790 3-17yrs Tu 6:40-7:10P 01/07-03/11 1056791 3-17yrs Tu 7:15-7:45P 01/07-03/11 1056792 3-17yrs W 8:50-9:20A 01/08-03/12 1056793 3-17yrs W 9:25-9:55A 01/08-03/12 1056809 3-17yrs W 6:05-6:35P 01/08-03/12 1056806 3-17yrs W 6:40-7:10P 01/08-03/12 1056805 3-17yrs W 7:15-7:45P 01/08-03/12 1056794 3-17yrs Th 8:50-9:20A 01/09-03/13 1056795 3-17yrs Th 10:00-10:30A 01/09-03/13 1056796 3-17yrs Th 5:30-6:00P 01/09-03/13 1056797 3-17yrs Th 6:40-7:10P 01/09-03/13 1056798 3-17yrs Th 7:15-7:45P 01/09-03/13 1056799 3-17yrs F 9:25-9:55A 01/10-03/21 1056800 3-17yrs F 10:35-11:05A 01/10-03/21 1056801 3-17yrs F 4:35-5:05P 01/10-03/21 1056802 3-17yrs F 5:10-5:40P 01/10-03/21 1056803 3-17yrs F 5:45-6:15P 01/10-03/21 10Aquatic ProgramsSplash and PlaySpend your morning splashing and swimming in the leisure pool at The WaterWorks. The little ones will enjoy time with their parents and meet new friends.For parents and their children ages 5 and younger. Parent must be in thewater with the child.WW $58/$78 2nd child fee: $53/$73 No class 1/20 & 2/17Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56761 1-5yrs M/W 10:00-11:00A 01/06-03/19 1056762 1-5yrs Tu/Th 10:00-11:00A 01/07-03/13 10LifeGuard TrainingCPR-Professional Rescuer ChallengeThis re-certification course brings you up-to-date on professional CPR skillsfor infants, children, adults and two-person. Participants will receive certificationupon successful completion. Books are not provided. Come to classtest-ready in 2012 American Red Cross information.WW $52/$72Barcode Age Day Time Date55542 16+ F 5:00-8:00P 12/20Lifeguard Training Re-CertificationThis course is for American Red Cross certified lifeguards. Training is inlifeguarding, First Aid, AED and CPR for the professional rescuer. Re-certificationis received on successful completion of the course and tests. Booksare not provided. Class will go over 2012 changes.CRC $70/$90Barcode Age Day Time Date55556 15+ F 5:00-9:00P 12/20Lifeguard TrainingAcquire skills and knowledge to prevent and respond to aquatic emergenciesin this American Red Cross 2012 updated lifeguard certification course. Certificationis for first aid, lifeguarding, AED and CPR for the professional rescuer.Prerequisites include a 300-yard swim (breaststroke and freestyle), seven-footsurface dive with a 20-yard brick swim, and the ability to tread water for twominutes using legs only. Fee includes all materials.WW $220/$240Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks55555 15+ Th/F 4:30-9:00P 12/19-12/23 1Sa/Su/M 9:00A-5:00P56743 15+ M-F 9:00A-5:00P 03/24-03/28 1Lifeguards learn skills and traits beyond CPR that can be used therest of their lives. Leadership, responsibility and teamwork skills canbe acquired from working as a lifeguard. Register for a lifeguardingtraining class today!- www.guardforlife.comScuba/SnorkelingSCUBA TrainingLearn the SCUBA skills needed to take the open water training certificationdive. Family members may take the course at the same time for reducedrate and share course manual/video. The class is conducted by UnderseasSCUBA Center. Fee includes manual, video study guide, logbook and use ofSCUBA equipment including dive computers. Certification is an additional cost.Students must provide mask, fins and snorkel by second class. Proper fit andselection are discussed the first week. Call 630/833-8383 for information.WW $309/$327 Add’l Family Members: $289/$307Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56758 12+ W 6:30-10:00P 01/22-02/26 6SnorkelingDiscover the underwater world. This class is offered by Underseas SCUBACenter and includes all equipment and handouts. Call 630/833-8383 forinformation.WW $67/$87Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56759 12+ W 8:00-10:00P 03/12-03/19 256760 5-12yrs Sa 9:00-11:00A 03/08-03/15 218 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Barracuda Swim Team Winter Session: Jan. 6 - April 4 (13 wks)The Schaumburg Park District Barracuda Swim Team is a multi-level program offering opportunities for competition and skill development to allswimmers. Attendance at two dual meets is required. Practice is at Schaumburg High School (SHS) pool.Ages are used as guidelines. Times subject to change.Gold GroupParticipants should have a strong background in training and stroke mechanics of allfour strokes. A strong commitment to compete is needed. Concentration is 30% drilland 70% conditioning. Average practice is 4000 yards (2+ miles). Swimmers need tohave kickboard, pull buoy, short style training fins and yearly AAU registration ($14).SHS 13+ or with coach’s recommendationBarcode Age Days time Fee57657 13+ 2 days/week 6:30-8:30P $145/$16557648 13+ 3 days/week 6:30-8:30P $205/$22556724 13+ 4 or 5 days/week 6:30-8:30P $250/$270Red GroupSwimmers must be able to swim 25 yards. Concentration is 80% drill/strokedevelopment work and 20% conditioning. Average practice will be up to1000 yards. It is recommended that all swimmers attend all meets (or at leastin home dual meets). This is a way for coaches and the swimmer to markimprovement during the season. Swimmers need to have kickboard and yearlyAAU registration ($14).SHSBarcode Age Days time Fee56727 8yrs & younger 2 days/week 6:30-7:30P $100/$12057645 8yrs & younger 3 days/week 6:30-7:30P $145/$16557647 8yrs & younger 4 or 5 days/week 6:30-7:30P $190/$210Bronze GroupSwimmers must be able to swim 25 yards. Concentration is 80% drill/strokedevelopment work and 20% conditioning. Average practice will be up to 1000yards. It is recommended that all swimmers attend all meets (or at least in homedual meets). This is a way for coaches and the swimmer to mark improvementduring the season. Swimmers need to have kickboard and yearly AAUregistration ($14).SHSBarcode Age Days time Fee56728 9-10yrs 2 days/week 6:30-7:30P $100/$12057652 9-10yrs 3 days/week 6:30-7:30P $145/$16557653 9-10yrs 4 or 5 days/week 6:30-7:30P $190/$210Silver GroupAn introduction to competitive swimming. Practice includes starts, turns and thefour competitive strokes (butterfly, breaststroke, backstroke, freestyle). Swimmersmust be able to swim 50 yards in at least one of the competitive strokes.Concentration is 40% drill/stroke improvement and 60% conditioning. Averagepractice is 2000 yards. Swimmers will be expected to compete in conferenceand dual meets. Swimmers need to have kickboard, pull buoy and yearly AAUregistration ($14).SHSBarcode Age Days time Fee57646 11-12yrs 2 days/week 7:30-8:30P $100/$12056723 11-12yrs 3 days/week 7:30-8:30P $145/$16557655 11-12yrs 4 or 5 days/week 7:30-8:30P $190/$210Blue Group USSI/ISI TeamParticipants should have a strong background in training and stroke mechanics of allfour strokes. A strong commitment to compete is needed. Concentration is 30% drilland 70% conditioning. Average practice is 4000 yards (2+ miles). Swimmers needto have kickboard, pull buoy, short style training fins and yearly USS/ISI registration($60, Dec to Dec).SHSBarcode Age Days time Fee57649 8yrs & younger 3 days/week 6:30-7:30P $145/$16556726 8yrs & younger 4 or 5 days/week 6:30-7:30P $190/$21057650 9+ 3 days/week 6:30-8:30P $205/$22556725 9+ 4 or 5 days/week 6:30-8:30P $250/$270New Swimmer Tryouts:Sunday, Nov. 17......... Noon-3PM at CRC/WWSwimmers will get in the water and be evaluated by swim coaches.Returning Swimmer Registration:Tuesday, Dec. 17........ 6-8PM at CRCOnline and mail-in registration are not available forBarracudas. Registrants must bring in two checks toregister. For all groups there is a non-refundable teamRegistrationendsJan. 3.fee of $30 for one swimmer and $10 for each additional swimmer. Practiceschedules will be distributed at registration. All participants must registerbefore they are allowed to swim. ISI or AAU membership is required. Call847/490-7015 for more information. Late registration subject to availability.Barracuda Hotline: 847/490-4515 • www.schaumburgbarracudas.comRedeem for freeadmittance intoone Barracudapractice!The bearer of this coupon isentitled to attend one SchaumburgBarracuda Swim Team practice atno charge. Call 847/490-7015 forpractice times.expires 3/31/14Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201419

The Schaumburg Athletic Association (SAA)works in cooperation with the Schaumburg ParkDistrict to promote youth sports leagues.Sport Register Registration Month SeasonBy Age Online Walk InRec Baseball 5-19yrs Dec. Jan. April-JulyFall Baseball 6-13yrs July FallTravel Baseball 10-14yrs Tryouts August Sept.-Aug.Flag Football5-9yrsTackle Football 7-14yrsMarch-July TBD Aug.-Nov.Boys & Girls Basketball 6-18yrs Aug. Sept. Nov.-MarchCheer & Dance 5-14yrs Feb.-Apr. Feb. July-Dec.Rec. Soccer - Fall 5-18yrs Apr.-May May Aug.-Oct.Rec. Soccer - Indoor 5-18yrs Oct.-Nov. Oct. Jan.-MarchRec. Soccer - Spring 5-18yrs Fill-in Feb. March-JuneTravel Soccer 8-19yrs Tryouts May & June Aug.-JulyGirls Softball 5-19yrs Dec. Jan. April-JulyGirls Travel Softball 10-18yrs Tryouts August Sept.-Aug.SAA Lacrosse 10-18yrs April-JulySAA Website: | Like SAA Schaumburg Athletic Association on Facebook.SAA offices are located at 217 S. Civic Drive on the Barn Campus.Visit the SAA website for information on each sport including registration, pictures and upcoming events that make SAA sports fun and exciting!The Schaumburg Athletic Association (SAA) is an all volunteer organization providing instructional and competitive sports programs for children5-19 years of age. SAA currently offers the youth sports leagues described in the chart above. For current, detailed SAA sports information, SAA main voice mail number is 847/352-7422.Upcoming SAA Registrations:(detailed information at• In-House Baseball:The in-house baseball program for boys ages 5 to 19 was developed to teach the youth of thecommunity the most important life values including sportsmanship, fair play and teamwork.Evaluations take place in February for all registered 8 to 14-year-olds. The purpose of evaluations isto balance teams based on individual capabilities and skills. Practices and games start in early Aprilwith the season ending in mid-July.Online Registration: December. Check the website at• In-House Softball:The in-house softball program for girls was developed to offer the appropriate environment for youthto learn the fundamentals of the game while emphasizing fun and sportsmanship. The program ismade up of six leagues for girls ages 5 to 19. Clinics and practices begin in April. Season runs fromearly May to mid-July.Online Registration: December. Check the website at• Recreational Soccer (Indoor):The recreational soccer program emphasizes teaching the sport while promoting good sportsmanshipand cooperation. An indoor session is available in the winter. Participation is voluntary and is separatefrom the outdoor program. This session begins in January and runs through mid-March.Registration: Check the website at for details.Upcoming SAA Events:(detailed information at• Cheerleading & Poms:- Cheer on the SAA cheer and dance teamsat the Sears Centre as they competeagainst teams from throughout Illinois atthe largest cheer/dance/poms competitionin northern Illinois!• Football:- NWYFL Championship Games:November weekend to be determined,information on SAA website.• SAA Lacrosse:- Spring 2014Information on SAA website.• Recreational Soccer (Fill-in Spring):Recreational soccer has available a fill-in registration for the spring session only. If a soccerparticipant played in the fall season and registered as a full season player, they do not need to reregisterfor spring.Registration: Check the website at for details.SAA is not part of the Schaumburg Park District.20

AThleticsAll Star Sports Instruction ProgramsAll Star Sports Instruction: Jr. T-BallT-Ball can be a boring game if taught the wrong way! The All Star approachto baseball engages players of every skill level. The coaching techniqueprovides basic building blocks in a safe environment. Players will moveand learn even while in the dugout. Mechanics and hand-eye coordinationare the keys to early success. Players will be more confident in this activeclass as they work on proper mechanics of catching, throwing, fielding,baserunning and batting. This fun and exciting program prepares eachplayer for the next level, T-Ball and coach pitch leagues. The program isbased on learning teamwork and sportsmanship.SC $63/$83 *$97/$117 **$53/$73 No class 2/14Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57292 4-6yrs Tu 11:00A-12:00P 01/07-02/11 657293 3-4yrs Th 2:00-2:45P 01/09-02/13 657294* 3-4yrs F 9:45-10:30A 01/10-03/21 1057295** 3-4yrs Tu 1:00-1:45P 02/18-03/18 557296** 3-4yrs Th 2:00-2:45P 02/20-03/20 557297** 4-6yrs Th 4:00-5:00P 02/20-03/20 5All Star Sports Instruction: Jr. BasketballThis instructional program is designed to teach basketball at a basic leveland keep players active and engaged the entire class. Basketball-likegames will be played to teach the importance of each skill learned. Theprogram’s foundation technique focuses on basic mechanics to buildconfidence and add larger challenges over time. Footwork is an extremelyimportant aspect of the game. Class will focus on dribbling with each hand,passing and shooting technique, and understanding basic offense anddefense. The program is based on learning teamwork and sportsmanship.SC $63/$83 *$97/$117 **$53/$73 No class 2/1 & 3/22Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57301 4-6yrs Tu 12:00-1:00P 01/07-02/11 657302* 4-6yrs Sa 9:45-10:30A 01/11-03/29 1057303* 6-8yrs Sa 10:30-11:30A 01/11-03/29 1057304** 4-6yrs Tu 12:00-1:00P 02/18-03/18 5All Star Sports Instruction: Jr. Parent/Tot SuperSportsParents and children will have the opportunity to bond and have fun whilelearning a variety of sports. Participants will improve simple motor skillsincluding catching, throwing, batting, shooting, passing, running and handeyecoordination. Parents and children will play soccer, basketball, hockey,T-Ball, football and other sports. This class is a great introduction to the AllStar programs and staff.SC $97/$117 No class 2/1, 2/14 & 3/22Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57305 2-3yrs F 9:00-9:45A 01/10-03/21 1057306 2-3yrs Sa 9:00-9:45A 01/11-03/29 10Parents who participate in sports programs with their children may bemotivated to be more active in their own fitness routines by joining anadult sports league or heading to the gym.- www.wahm.comAll Star Sports Instruction: Jr. Super SportsJr. Super Sports is for the all-around athlete or a child who wants to trydifferent sports. Children will stay active and work on balance, motor skillsand hand-eye coordination while learning the rules of baseball, football,floor hockey, soccer and basketball. The program focuses on a new sporteach class and works on basic rules and mechanics while playing games.There’s no reason to pick one sport when you can play them all!SC $63/$83 *$97/$117 **$53/$73 No class 2/14Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57314 3-4yrs Tu 1:00-1:45P 01/07-02/11 657315 4-6yrs Th 2:45-3:45P 01/09-02/13 657316* 4-6yrs F 12:30-1:30P 01/10-03/21 1057317** 4-6yrs Th 2:45-3:45P 02/20-03/20 5All Star Sports Instruction:Flag Football Skills ProgramThis program is designed to increase skilllevel and overall knowledge of the game.Speed and agility drills will be used to helpwith balance, lateral and linear movements,and explosiveness from a set stance.Footwork and balance are extremelyimportant for every position. Class will focuson quarterback, running back, line play,receiving and defensive tactics. Gamesand competitions will take place. Contact isminimal and there will be no tackling.SC $63/$83 *$53/$73Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57310 6-8yrs Th 4:00-5:00P 01/09-02/13 657311 8-10yrs Th 5:00-6:00P 01/09-02/13 657312* 6-8yrs Th 5:00-6:00P 02/20-03/20 5All Star Sports Instruction: Jr. SoccerTaught the All Star way, this program keeps participants active and engagedboth mentally and physically. The lesson plan is designed to teach soccerby hiding drills in fun games and using association techniques at theplayer’s level. Players are engaged at all times! Classes will cover simplefoot skills, dribbling, passing, shooting, basic rules and work on spreadingthe field. Children will be prepared for the next level of play. The program isbased on learning teamwork and sportsmanship.SC $63/$83 *$97/$117 **$53/$73 No class 2/1, 2/14, 2/15 & 3/22Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57319 3-4yrs Tu 1:45-2:30P 01/07-02/11 657320 4-6yrs Tu 2:30-3:30P 01/07-02/11 657321 4-6yrs Th 1:00-2:00P 01/09-02/13 657322* 4-6yrs F 10:30-11:30A 01/10-03/21 1057323* 3-4yrs F 11:30A-12:15P 01/10-03/21 1057324* 4-6yrs Sa 11:30A-12:30P 01/11-03/29 1057325* 3-4yrs Sa 12:30-1:15P 01/11-03/29 1057326** 3-4yrs Tu 1:45-2:30P 02/18-03/18 557327** 4-6yrs Tu 2:30-3:30P 02/18-03/18 557328** 4-6yrs Th 1:00-2:00P 02/20-03/20 5Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201421

AthleticsWhite Sox FUNdamentals, Advanced Skills andHitting Club ProgramThe FUNdamentals Club teaches essential individual baseball skills includingthrowing, hitting and fielding. Skills will be reinforced through fun games.The Advanced Skills Club builds upon the basics and depending on theskill level of the players will cover advanced hitting, throwing and fieldingtechniques. The Hitting Club presents a step-by-step approach to hitting like amajor league player. Instruction includes plate coverage, stepping into a hittingposition, hand path and lower half mechanics.SC $85 Participants should wear appropriate athletic wear and bring baseball glove.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57620 6-8yrs Tu 4:00-5:00P 02/04-02/25 4 FUNdamentals57621 9-11yrs Tu 4:00-5:00P 03/04-03/25 4 FUNdamentals57622 9-11yrs Tu 5:00-6:00P 02/04-02/25 4 Advanced Skills57623 9-11yrs Tu 5:00-6:00P 03/04-03/25 4 Advanced Skills57627 6-8yrs Tu 4:00-5:00P 04/01-04/22 4 Hitting Club57628 9-11yrs Tu 5:00-6:00P 04/01-04/22 4 Hitting ClubBasketballHalf Pint HoopstersThis class introduces youngsters to the rules and fundamentals ofbasketball. Participants practice and improve on dribbling, passing,shooting and teamwork skills through drills and games.Location: See below $54/$74 *$47/$67Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Location57491 6-9yrs Sa 11:00-11:45A 01/11-02/15 6 STP57492 6-9yrs W 4:30-5:15P 01/08-02/12 6 SC57493 4-6yrs M 3:30-4:15P 01/06-02/10 6 CRC57494* 6-9yrs W 4:30-5:15P 02/19-03/19 5 SC57495* 4-6yrs M 3:30-4:15P 02/17-03/17 5 CRC57496* 6-9yrs Sa 11:00-11:45A 02/22-03/22 5 STPBaseball/SoftballAdult Over 50 Indoor 12” Softball LeaguePickup 12” softball games are played every Monday, Wednesday andThursday morning. League schedule is determined by number of registrants.Pre-registration is required.SC 1 Day: $30/$35 2 Days: $25/$30 3 Days: $20/$25No games 2/17Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57680 50+ M 9:00A-12:30P 01/06-02/10 757681 50+ W 9:00A-12:30P 01/08-02/19 757682 50+ Th 9:00A-12:30P 01/09-02/20 757683 50+ M 9:00A-12:30P 02/24-04/07 757684 50+ W 9:00A-12:30P 02/26-04/09 757685 50+ Th 9:00A-12:30P 02/27-04/10 7Little Sluggers T-BallThis class introduces youngsters to the rules and fundamentals ofT-ball and baseball. Participants practice and improve throwing,catching, hitting, base-running and teamwork skills through drillsand games. Participants must bring a baseball glove to each class.SC $54/$74 *$47/$67Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57512 4-6yrs W 5:30-6:15P 01/08-02/12 657513* 4-6yrs W 5:30-6:15P 02/19-03/19 557662 4-6yrs Tu 10:45-11:30A 01/07-02/11 657664* 4-6yrs Tu 10:45-11:30A 02/18-03/18 5DodgeballSee page 73 for NADA Dodgeball Winter Tournament information.NADA Dodgeball Skills CampLearn important techniques, strategies and skills necessary to be part of a successfuldodgeball team. Instructors include past and current NADA champions!Don’t miss out on this opportunity to prepare for the NADA Winter NationalDodgeball Championships! Fee includes a T-shirt and NADA membership.SC $29/$49Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56543 7-14yrs M-W 9:30-11:30A 11/25-11/27 1ParkFun Appfor iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and AndroidDeveloped in partnership with22 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Gymnastics Lessons Schedule All classes meet at the Sport CenterAMMonday9:00-9:45AM 3-4 yrsTot56885 • $110/$1309:00-9:55AM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56907 • $110/$1309:00-9:55AM 4-6 yrsIntermediate-Jr. Gym56929 • $110/$13010:00-10:45AM 2 yrsParent/Tot56866 • $110/$13011:00-11:45AM 3-4 yrsTot56887 • $110/$1301:00-1:45PM 2 yrsParent/Tot56868 • $110/$1301:00-1:45PM 3-4 yrsTot56889 • $110/$1302:00-2:55PM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56909 • $110/$1304:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrsBeginner-Girls56970 • $110/$1304:00-5:00PM 9-12 yrsBeginner-Girls56972 • $110/$1304:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrsBeginner/Intermediate-Boys56964 • $110/$1305:00-6:00PM 6-8 yrsIntermediate-Girls56989 • $110/$1305:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrsIntermediate-Girls56996 • $110/$1305:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrsBeginner/Intermediate-Boys56966 • $110/$1306:00-7:00PM 8-12 yrsAdvanced-Girls56997 • $110/$1306:00-7:00PM 8-12 yrsAdvanced-Boys56998 • $110/$1307:00-8:00PM 12 yrs+Tumb/Ch-High School57009 • $110/$1306:00-8:30PM 8-14 yrsTeam - Level 5+ Girls$1557/$1577Meets Mon/Tu/ThTuesday9:30-10:15AM 2 yrsParent/Tot56884 • $110/$13010:30-11:15AM 3-4 yrsTot56891 • $110/$1301:30-2:25PM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56911 • $110/$1301:30-2:25PM 4-6 yrsIntermediate-Jr. Gym56941 • $110/$1303:15-4:10PM 4-6 yrsIntermediate-Jr. Gym56946 • $110/$1303:30-4:25PM 4-6 yrsJunior Team$507/$527 • Meets Tu/Th4:00-5:45PM 5-12 yrsPre-Team$784/$804 • Meets Tu/Th4:00-5:45PM 6-14 yrsTeam - Level 3 Girls$784/$804 • Meets Tu/Th6:00-8:30PM 8-14 yrsTeam - Level 4 Girls$1034/$1054 • Meets Tu/Th6:00-8:30PM 8-14 yrsTeam - Level 4+ Boys$1034/$1054 • Meets Tu/ThWednesday9:00-9:45AM 2 yrsParent/Tot56870 • $110/$1309:00-9:45AM 3-4 yrsTot56893 • $110/$13010:00-10:55AM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56913 • $110/$13011:00-11:45AM 2 yrsParent/Tot56872 • $110/$1301:00-1:55PM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56915 • $110/$1301:00-1:55PM 4-6 yrsIntermediate-Jr. Gym56931 • $110/$1302:00-2:45PM 3-4 yrsTot56895 • $110/$1303:00-4:00PM 6-8 yrsBeginner-Girls56973 • $110/$1303:00-4:00PM 6-8 yrsIntermediate-Girls56980 • $110/$1304:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrsIntermediate-Girls56991 • $110/$1304:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrsBeginner-Tumb/Cheer57012 • $110/$1304:00-5:00PM 6-8 yrsIntermediate-Tumb/Cheer57004 • $110/$1305:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrsBeginner-Tumb/Cheer57013 • $110/$1305:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrsIntermediate-Tumb/Cheer57002 • $110/$1305:00-6:00PM 9-12 yrsAdvanced-Tumb/Cheer57007 • $110/$1306:00-6:45PM 2 yrsParent/Tot56874 • $110/$1306:00-6:45PM 3-4 yrsTot56897 • $110/$1307:00-7:55PM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56917 • $110/$1307:00-7:55PM 4-6 yrsIntermediate-Jr. Gym56933 • $110/$130Thursday9:30-10:25AM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56924 • $110/$1309:30-10:25AM 4-6 yrsIntermediate-Jr. Gym56935 • $110/$13010:30-11:15AM 3-4 yrsTot56898 • $110/$1303:15-4:10PM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56919 • $110/$130Class DescriptionsFriday9:30-10:25AM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56921 • $90/$1109:30-10:25AM 4-6 yrsIntermediate-Jr. Gym56939 • $90/$11010:30-11:15AM 2 yrsParent/Tot56875 • $90/$11011:15AM-Noon 3-4 yrsTot56900 • $90/$1104:00-6:00PM 8-14 yrsTeam - Level 4+ Girls$385/$405 • Meets FriParent/Tot: Classes designed for parents with their2-3 yr. old child. Parents are required to participate inevery class as their child is given the opportunity to trymany pieces of gymnastics equipment.Tot: Must be 3 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2013 andpotty-trained. Children are taught age appropriategymnastics movements and concepts.Jr. Gymnastics:Beginner-Must be 4 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2013. Childrenare taught basic gymnastics skills and gym safety rules.Intermediate- Must be 4 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2013.Pre-requisite: Jr. Gym-Beginner. Children who haveaccomplished basic floor and apparatus skills.Girls/Boys Beginner: Beginners learn basicgymnastics skills while moving around the gym in asafe, appropriate manner.Girls/Boys Intermediate: Instructor permissionrequired. This class is designed for the gymnast whohas mastered basic skills at each event and is readyto learn more difficult skills and work on connectingsequences.Girls/Boys Advanced: Pre-requisite: Girls/BoysIntermediate with instructor permission required.This class continues training for those who do not wantto join team or work on routines.Tumble/Cheer: This program incorporates balancework, jumps and heavy concentration on tumbling.At the intermediate level, tumbling combinations areadded. At the advanced level, difficult tumbling skills andpasses are added.Team: Instructor permission required. The team isdesigned to provide quality training for gymnasts withan exceptional level of intensity. The curriculum andcompulsory routines in the GIJO/USAG age groupprogram are followed.For more information, contact the gymnastics teamcoordinator at 847/891-1266.Saturday9:00-9:45AM 2 yrsParent/Tot56877 • $80/$1009:00-9:45AM 3-4 yrsTot56902 • $80/$1009:30-10:30AM 6-8 yrsBeginner-Girls56977 • $80/$1009:45-10:30AM 2 yrsParent/Tot56878 • $80/$1009:45-10:30AM 3-4 yrsTot56904 • $80/$10010:30-11:25AM 4-6 yrsBeginner-Jr. Gym56925 • $80/$10010:30-11:30AM 4-6 yrsIntermediate-Jr. Gym56938 • $80/$10010:30-11:30AM 6-8 yrsBeginner/Intermediate-Boys56968 • $80/$10010:30-11:30AM 9-12 yrsBeginner/Intermediate-Boys56978 • $80/$10011:30AM-12:30PM 6-8 yrsBeginner-Girls56971 • $80/$10011:30AM-12:30PM 9-12 yrsBeginner-Girls56948 • $80/$10011:30AM-12:30PM 6-12 yrsIntermediate-Girls56988 • $80/$10012:30-1:30PM 6-12 yrsIntermediate-Girls56990 • $80/$100PMSchedule and instructors subject to change.Session (8 wks)Jan. 6 - March 21No class 1/31, 2/1,3/14 & 3/15TeamSept. 3, 2013 - May 22, 2014No class 1/2, 1/3, 1/30, 1/31, 3/14, 3/24, 3/25, 3/27, 3/28& 4/18Gymnastics Private Lessons: $47/hr Res.$67/hr Non-Res.One-on-one instruction is available! Call 847/891-1266 for times, schedules andavailable coaches.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201423

AthleticsGymnasticsGymnastics Winter Break CampsGymnastics Camp: Children will have age appropriate group activity. Tumbling,bars, beam, vault, pommel horse and pit will be included. Children maybe divided according to age, skill level and/or gender.SC $46/$66Barcode Level Age Day Time Date Wks57014 Beg/Int 4-8yrs M/Th/F 9:30-11:00A 12/23-12/27 157024 Beg/Int 9-12yrs M/Th/F 9:30-11:00A 12/23-12/27 1Gymnastics Team Camp: This camp is for gymnasts currently enrolled onthe Sport Center gymnastics team. Focus will be on increasing strength, skilldevelopment, conditioning and drills.SC $61/$81Barcode Level Age Day Time Date Wks57019 Pre-team & 3 6-12yrs M/Th/F 4:00-6:00P 12/30-01/03 157025 Team 4+ 6-12yrs M/Th/F 4:00-6:00P 12/30-01/03 1Martial Arts/Self-DefenseKarate classes are taught by Illinois Shotokan Karate Club’s instructors underthe direction of John DiPasquale, four-time National Champion, U.S. KarateNational Coach and President of the National Karate Federation of the U.S.Uniforms and belt-testing are options available through the ISKC instructor.Youth, parent/child and adult classes may train together.Adult KarateRelease tension and develop total body fitness! In addition to self-defense skills,karate develops flexibility and muscle tone, all while improving core strength.From work to home, the benefits of karate can be felt in all aspects of life.Age: 14+ CRC - Tu Hanover Park - W $107/$127 *$146/$166Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info57457 Tu 8:35-9:35P 01/07-03/25 12 Beg/Cont (White-Yellow belt)57458* Tu 8:35-10:00P 01/07-03/25 12 Int/Adv (Blue belt & up)57459 W 8:35-9:35P 01/08-03/26 12 Beg/Cont (White-Yellow belt)57460* W 8:35-10:00P 01/08-03/26 12 Int/Adv (Blue belt & up)Adult Karate-Parent/ChildAn excellent opportunity to spend quality time with your child while conditioningmuscles, developing coordination and improving cardiovascular fitness.Age: 8+ MRC $107/$127 per person *$146/$166 per personBarcode Day Time Date Wks Info57461 Sa 1:30-2:30P 01/04-03/22 12 Beg/Cont (White-Red belt)57462 Sa 2:30-3:30P 01/04-03/22 12 Novice (Orange-Yellow belt)57463 Sa 3:30-4:30P 01/04-03/22 12 Int (Blue-Green belt)57464* Sa 4:30-6:00P 01/04-03/22 12 Adv (Purple-Black belt)Pre Karate/SafetyYoung children will develop agility, strength and coordination skills throughfun and creative activities. This program, specifically designed to work withgrowing minds and bodies, enhances memory and agility skills. Watchchildren blossom while learning karate and having a blast at the same time!Age: 4-7yrs CRC - Tu MRC - Sa Hanover Park - W $107/$127Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info57469 Tu 4:00-4:45P 01/07-03/25 12 Beg/Cont57470 Tu 4:50-5:35P 01/07-03/25 12 Int/Adv (Stripe belts and up)57465 Sa 2:45-3:30P 01/04-03/22 12 Beg/Cont57466 Sa 3:35-4:20P 01/04-03/22 12 Int/Adv (Stripe belts and up)57467 W 4:00-4:45P 01/08-03/26 12 Beg/Cont57468 W 4:50-5:35P 01/08-03/26 12 Int/Adv (2 or more prior sessions)Youth Karate/SafetyKarate skills put children in touch with their bodies, helps to build coordination,agility, strength and poise, and establishes lasting personal safety skills. Themental aspect of karate is equal to if not greater than the physical. Practicingresults in increased self-esteem and enhanced discipline and control.Age: 7-14yrs CRC - Tu Hanover Park - W $107/$127Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info57480 Tu 5:40-6:30P 01/07-03/25 12 Beg/Cont (White belt)57478 Tu 6:30-7:25P 01/07-03/25 12 Novice (Red-Blue belt)57479 Tu 7:30-8:30P 01/07-03/25 12 Int/Adv (Green belt & up)57473 W 5:40-6:35P 01/08-03/26 12 Beg/Cont (White-Orange belt)57474 W 6:35-7:30P 01/08-03/26 12 Int (Yellow-Green belt)57475 W 7:35-8:35P 01/08-03/26 12 Adv (Purple belt & up)Age: 8-14yrs MRC $107/$127 *$146/$166Barcode Day Time Date Wks Info57471 Sa 1:30-2:30P 01/04-03/22 12 Beg/Cont (White-Red belt)57472 Sa 2:30-3:30P 01/04-03/22 12 Novice (Orange-Yellow belt)57476 Sa 3:30-4:30P 01/04-03/22 12 Int (Blue-Green belt)57477* Sa 4:30-6:00P 01/04-03/22 12 Adv (Purple-Black belt)The Brave Way Self Defense SystemThis is one of the easiest to learn and most effective self-defense classes. Instructorswill teach participants how to defend themselves and protect others.No previous self-defense training is required. The techniques are based oninstinctive principles that don’t require constant practice or years of training touse and work regardless of age, size, strength, speed or physical ability. Theclass includes lecture, demonstration, hands-on instruction, scenario basedtraining, defense against attackers, and standing, sitting, and ground techniques.Participants will receive a ‘take home’ personal safety guide.MRC $32/$52 *Ages 8-11 must register and take the class with a parentBarcode Age* Day Time Date57515 8+ Sa 1:00-3:00P 01/1857516 8+ Sa 1:00-3:00P 02/1557517 8+ Sa 1:00-3:00P 03/15Hapkido Street DefenseHapkido is unique with its focus on the psychology of the street fighter andcountering the techniques of other martial styles. Referred to as ‘the completeart of self-defense’, Hapkido incorporates all combat skills including jointlocks,pressure points, throws, escapes, strikes, ground survival and weapondisarming for practical personal protection. Proper technique and leverage isemphasized over strength and power, making it ideal for anyone.MRC $130/$150Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57525 13+ M/W/F 7:30-8:45P 01/06-03/28 12Shaolin Kung Fu (Choy Lay Fut)This discipline combines northern and southern Shaolin Kung Fu techniquesto create a powerful and effective system of martial arts that has withstood thetest of time. Through hard work and discipline, participants achieve greaterself-confidence and respect for others in a family-structured atmosphere.CRC $105/$125Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57518 6+ W 6:00-7:15P 01/08-03/12 10Shindo Kan School of JudoLearn Kodokan-style TM judo. Practice in judo builds self-esteem and selfconfidence, as well as coordination, balance, strength, stamina and generalfitness. Judo is both a sport and formidable system of self defense. Classincludes learning throws, takedowns and groundwork. The principles of judohave proven highly effective while minimizing the potential for injury. Noexperience necessary.MRC $127/$147Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57524 8+ M/W 6:15-7:30P 01/06-03/26 1224 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Open Basketball/Volleyball at CRC, MRC & STPFitness passholders have FREE open gym privileges at the facilities included in their membership. All non-members and members using a facility notincluded in their membership must pay the daily fee.CRC/MRC non-members w/ID - daily use fees: Youth & Adult $4 Res/$8 Non-resSTP non-members w/ID - daily use fees: Youth $5/$7 Adult $7/$9 • Volleyball courts available for hourly rentals (CRC/MRC)Community Recreation Center** Meineke Recreation Center Schaumburg Tennis PlusTime Activity Time Activity time ActivityMon-Fri 6-8AM Adult Open Basketball 5:45-8AM Full Court Adult Open Basketball 6AM-8PM Open Basketball11:30AM-2PM Full Court Adult Member Open B-ballMon. 8:30-10:30PM Adult Open Basketball 3-5:30PM Youth Open Basketball 6AM-8PM Open BasketballTue. 3-5:30PM Youth Open Basketball 6AM-8PM Open BasketballWed. 3-5:30PM Youth Open Basketball 6AM-8PM Open Basketball7-9:30PM Adult VolleyballThur. 3-5:30PM Youth Open Basketball 3-5:30PM Youth Open Basketball 6AM-8PM Open Basketball5:30-7PM Member Open Basketball (All ages)Fri. 3-6PM Youth Open Basketball 3-5PM Youth Basketball 6AM-8PM Open Basketball6-10:30PM All Ages Open Basketball 5-7PM Youth Volleyball1/2 Gym 7-9:30PM Adult VolleyballSat. 1-5PM All Ages Open Basketball 6-8AM Adult Open Basketball 7-9AM Open Basketball6:15-8:45PM All Ages Open BasketballSun. Noon-3PM All Ages Open Basketball 6-8AM Adult Open Basketball 7AM-Noon Open BasketballNoon-5PM All Ages Open BasketballPhoto ID is required for all non-members. **All participants must check in at The Water Works counter to obtain a wristband.Schedule subject to change due to programs and special events.Photo ID needed by Non-Members for Open GymAll non-member open gym participants are required to present a valid photo ID to use the facility. The photo ID may be used for open gym at CRC,MRC or STP. Non-members must pay appropriate daily fee. An SPD photo ID may be purchased for $2 at CRC, MRC and STP. You must show proof ofresidency and those under 18 require a parent/guardian signature.Tae Kwon DoTae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art. Learn the application of blocks, kicksand practical self-defense. Class is designed to develop physical strength,flexibility and coordination as well as reduce stress. Korean self-defense, theart of escaping from holds and grabs in a safe and effective manner, is alsoincluded. Classes taught by a seventh degree grandmaster. Great exercise forall ages.MRC $82/$102Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57520 6-14yrs Tu 6:30-8:00P 01/07-03/25 12 Beg57521 12+ Tu 8:00-9:30P 01/07-03/25 12 Beg57522 6-14yrs Th 6:30-8:00P 01/09-03/27 12 Adv57523 12+ Th 8:00-9:30P 01/09-03/27 12 AdvTot Kwon DoTot Kwon Do is a non-aggressive art, used strictly for self-defense. Your childwill improve concentration, coordination, discipline and respect. Self-confidenceimproves because children progress individually at their own pace andare not judged against others.MRC $98/$118Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57514 4-7yrs Sa 12:30-1:15P 01/11-03/29 12Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 2014Wing ChunWing Chun Kung Fu is the most popular southern Chinese martial art. BruceLee was the most famous practioner of this style. Train with expert instructorsin this unique martial art form. This class allows you to increase your flexibilityand get a good workout while learning elements of self-defense. This is anon-competitive program.CRC $142/$162 (1 day) $213/$233 (2 day)Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57519 14+ W 8:00-9:30P 01/08-03/29 12Sa 12:45-2:15PMulti Sport ProgramsFriday Tot LotThe gym will be filled with mats to climb on and all sorts of balls and ridingtoys for the little ones. Parents must be present at all times. This is not aninstructor-led program, but a parent-supervised open gym.SC $20/$30 *$17/$25Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57422 1-6yrs F 9:30A-12:00P 01/10-02/14 657424 1-6yrs F 12:30-3:00P 01/10-02/14 657423* 1-6yrs F 9:30A-12:00P 02/21-03/21 557425* 1-6yrs F 12:30-3:00P 02/21-03/21 525

AthleticsOther SportsBadminton Winter Break CampThis camp includes the fundamentals of serving, receiving,smashing, clearing and dropping through drills and games.SC $45/$65Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57426 8-14yrs M/Th/F 1:00-3:00P 12/23-12/27 157427 8-14yrs M/Th/F 1:00-3:00P 12/30-01/03 1Drop-in Adult PickleballPickleball is a combination of ping pong, tennis and badminton. It is easy tolearn, provides plenty of exercise and is played on a badminton court. Youdon’t have to be strong, quick, athletic or good at other sports. This game isnot about power, but shot placement and accuracy. For more information, callthe Sport Center at 847/891-1266.Age Day Time Start Date Fee Location18+ W 9:00A-12:00P 01/08 $3/person or $5/couple SC18+ Th 12:00-3:00P 01/02 $3/person or $5/couple SC18+ F 6:00-9:00P 01/03 $5/person SCrACQUETBALLCourt FeesNon-Prime: Mon-Thu...............6AM-4PM............... $6/hrFri-Sun..................6AM-closing............ $6/hrPrime: Mon-Thu...............4:30-9:30PM........... $8/hrPlayers must be a CRC fitness passholder or pay the daily use fee.Wallyball Court FeesCRC RacquetballCourt Rental: Member.........$16/hr Non-member...........$22/hrPlayers must be CRC fitness passholders or pay the daily use fee.Reservation PolicyPassholders may reserve courts in advance up to one week before courttime. Non-passholders may reserve courts 24 hours prior to court time.Permanent Court TimesCall 847/490-2505.Challenge CourtsTwo courts are reserved each Saturday from 8-10AM and Sunday from6-8PM. $3 per person court fee. Membership or daily guest fee is alsorequired.Unlimited Annual CRC Racquetball PassUnlimited racquetball court time available to fitness passholders for only$250/year.Reservation PolicySTP members may reserve courts in advance up to one week beforecourt time. Non-members may reserve courts 24 hours prior to court time.Challenge CourtCost is $3 per person for court cost. STP membership or daily guest feeis also required.Racquetball: Wed..... 6-9PMSat....... 7-11AMSun...... 8AM-NoonWallyball Court FeesSTP RacquetballSquash: Tue/Thu.....5-8PMSat.............7-11AMSun............8AM-NoonCourt Rental: Member.........$16/hr Non-member...........$22/hrPlayers must be STP fitness passholders or pay the daily use fee.Unlimited STP Racquetball/Squash CourtTimeUnlimited racquetball/squash court time available to STP members for$250/year.Racquetball Leagues - CRCThis league will challenge and improve skills. A tournament will be playedthe final week of the league. SPD gift cards will be given to league andtournament winners. Registration deadline for both leagues is Jan. 5.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info Fee56844 18+ M 6:00-8:00P 01/13-03/17 10 Lvl B/C $5056845 18+ Th 6:00-8:00P 01/16-03/20 10 Lvl B/C $5026 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Table Tennis Tournaments held quarterly at CRC.Open play is available at CRC and STP. $4 drop-in fee (Res & Non-Res)CRC: Wed................ 6-10:30PMFri................... 6-10:30PMSun................. 3-7PMSTP: Tue................. 7-10:30PMThur................ 7-10:30PMSun................. 3-6PMBadmintonOpen play is available at STP. Mustcall in advance.Youth: $3 • Adults: $5STP: Sun................. 2-5PMOpen WallyballOpen play is available.STP: Fri................... 6-9PMSPD Res/STP Member:..............$4Non-Res/Non-STP Member.......$5For information, call CRC at 847/490-7015 or STP at 847/884-0678.FencingOpen to beginners and experienced fencers. Learn new techniques and strategiesfrom Vladimir Lapshin, who trained professionally in Russia for 12 years.Bouts are supervised. Equipment is provided. Wear comfortable clothes andathletic shoes.CRC $52/$72 *$42/$62Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57481 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 01/06-02/10 6 Beg57482 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 01/06-02/10 6 Adv57483* 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 02/17-03/17 5 Beg57484* 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 02/17-03/17 5 Adv57485 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 03/31-05/05 6 Beg57486 8+ M 6:00-7:00P 03/31-05/05 6 AdvMark Stilling Schaumburg Saxon Football ClassThis class will place a strong focus on football fundamentals through anon-contact format. While emphasizing individual skills, players will also begiven instruction in the mechanics of team play. Daily activities include competitiveteam situations and skill development. Participants will be exposedto the system utilized by the Schaumburg High School football program. Allparticipants will be grouped by age range. For questions, contact Mark Stillingat 847/476-2786.SC $65/$85Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57607 5-13yrs Tu 4:00-5:00P 01/07-02/11 6Table Tennis Private LessonsLessons taught for beginners through advanced levels. Lessons are taught bya certified ITTF coach with over 30 years of playing and over seven years ofcoaching experience. One-on-one private lessons available for all ages. Foran appointment, call Spenser Lam at 224/388-6790.CRC $40/hr $60/1½ hrAge Days Available Time DateAll ages Tu/F 7:00-10:30P Year roundSchaumburg Park District | | Winter 2014SoccerKiddy Kickers SoccerThis class introduces the rules and fundamentals of soccer.Participants practice and improve dribbling, passing, shooting andteamwork skills through drills and games. Participants should wearshin guards to class.Location: See below $54/$74 *$47/$67 ‡Parent/TotBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Location57503 4-6yrs M 4:30-5:15P 01/06-02/10 6 CRC57504 6-9yrs M 5:15-6:00P 01/06-02/10 6 CRC57509 ‡ 2-3yrs Tu 9:45-10:30A 01/07-02/11 6 MRC57510 6-9yrs W 6:30-7:15P 01/08-02/12 6 SC57505 4-6yrs Sa 10:00-10:45A 01/11-02/15 6 STP57507* 6-9yrs M 5:15-6:00P 02/17-03/17 5 CRC57511* 4-6yrs M 4:30-5:15P 02/17-03/17 5 CRC57498 ‡ * 2-3yrs Tu 9:45-10:30A 02/18-03/18 5 MRC57506* 6-9yrs W 6:30-7:15P 02/19-03/19 5 SC57508* 4-6yrs Sa 10:00-10:45A 02/22-03/22 5 STPVolleyballYouth Volleyball InstructionAn introduction to the sport of volleyball. Children will learn thefundamentals of the pass, set and hit through a variety of drills andgames.SC $56/$76 No class 1/18 & 3/8Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57428 8-9yrs Sa 9:00-9:55A 01/11-03/15 857429 10-11yrs Sa 10:00-10:55A 01/11-03/15 857430 12-13yrs Sa 11:00-11:55A 01/11-03/15 8Girls and Boys Winter Break Volleyball CampsThese camps are for girls and boys planning to try out for theirschool team. The camp will focus on improving skills throughinstruction and through playing games.SC $50/$70 *$25/$38 No class 12/24, 12/25, 12/30, 12/31, 1/1Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56270 11-14yrs M/Th/F 10:00A-12:00P 12/23-12/27 156271 11-14yrs M/Th/F 10:00A-12:00P 12/30-01/03 156273* 8-10yrs M/Th/F 9:00-10:00A 12/23-12/27 156274* 8-10yrs M/Th/F 9:00-10:00A 12/30-01/03 1Private Volleyball LessonsPrivate and semi-private youth volleyball lessons are available upon facilityand instructor availability. To schedule a lesson, call 847/891-1266. A onehourprivate lesson is $45/$65. A one-hour semi-private lesson (2-3 persons)is $25/$38 per person.Register at www.parkfun.com27

AthleticsTennisThe Schaumburg junior tennis program is designed in a two-tier approach.The Schaumburg 10 and Under Junior Development Pathway is designed to introduce players to tennis, developmechanics, and teach basic court positioning and keeping score. Age appropriate courts and balls will be used. Theseclasses are a fun introduction to tennis.The Schaumburg High School Varsity Pathway is designed to have players learn tennis so that they can succeed ontheir high school varsity team. Classes incorporate technical instruction, footwork drills and competitive games to helpplayers achieve their tennis goals.Lesson Fee structureExample: $178/$198 means…$178 is fee for SPD residentOR an STP current member$198 is fee for non-resident,non-member.The Schaumburg Tennis Academy is designed for training players who participate in USTA tournaments. Drills are designed around live ball hitting,competing and stress footwork, shot selection and intensity.Academy I is for 10 and Under orange ball players. Academy II is for green and yellow ball sectional tournament players. Academy Select is forsectional and national tournament players.All Academy players must be evaluated by the tennis director. Players in Academy II and Academy Select areexpected to compete twice monthly in USTA tournaments.Tennis gameplay helps build upper and lower body strengthwhile also sharpening the mind through decision making andconcentration on the game.- www.10andundertennis.comTiny TennisProgram is for the true beginner to tennis. Motor skills andhand-eye-coordination are the primary focus. Beginning strokemechanics will be introduced on the forehand, backhand andserve. Age appropriate equipment will be used. Classes taught on a 36’ court.STPBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57032 4-6yrs Sa 9:15-10:00A 01/04-02/22 8 $112/$13257028 4-6yrs Tu 4:00-4:45P 01/07-02/25 8 $112/$13257030 4-6yrs Th 4:00-4:45P 01/09-02/27 8 $112/$13257033 4-6yrs Sa 9:15-10:00A 03/01-04/19 8 $112/$13257029 4-6yrs Tu 4:00-4:45P 03/04-04/15 7 $98/$11857031 4-6yrs Th 4:00-4:45P 03/06-04/17 7 $98/$118Aces 1Program is for the true beginner to tennis. Motor skills andhand-eye-coordination are the primary focus. Beginning strokemechanics will be introduced on the forehand, backhand andserve. Age appropriate equipment will be used. All 6-year-olds must havecompleted one session of Tiny Tennis. Classes taught on a 36’ court.STPBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57036 6-8yrs F 4:00-5:00P 01/03-02/21 8 $148/$16857040 6-8yrs Sa 10:00-11:00A 01/04-02/22 8 $148/$16857038 6-8yrs Tu 5:00-6:00P 01/07-02/25 8 $148/$16857039 6-8yrs Th 5:00-6:00P 01/09-02/27 8 $148/$16857037 6-8yrs F 4:00-5:00P 02/28-04/18 8 $148/$16857041 6-8yrs Sa 10:00-11:00A 03/01-04/19 8 $148/$16857034 6-8yrs Tu 5:00-6:00P 03/04-04/15 7 $130/$15057035 6-8yrs Th 5:00-6:00P 03/06-04/17 7 $130/$150Youth Tennis Lessons at STPFuturesClass is designed for the player with a basic understanding ofstroke mechanics. This player is beginning to rally and movementto the ball is improving. Stroke mechanics on the backhand, forehandand serve will be reinforced. Age appropriate equipment will be used.Classes taught on a 60’ court.STPBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57044 8-10yrs F 4:00-5:00P 01/03-02/21 8 $148/$16857045 8-10yrs F 5:00-6:00P 01/03-02/21 8 $148/$16857048 8-10yrs Sa 11:00A-12:00P 01/04-02/22 8 $148/$16857042 8-10yrs M/W 5:30-6:30P 01/06-02/26 8 $296/$31657046 8-10yrs F 4:00-5:00P 02/28-04/18 8 $148/$16857047 8-10yrs F 5:00-6:00P 02/28-04/18 8 $148/$16857049 8-10yrs Sa 11:00A-12:00P 03/01-04/19 8 $148/$16857043 8-10yrs M/W 5:30-6:30P 03/03-04/16 7 $258/$278ChallengerClass is designed for the player with a basic understanding of stroke mechanics.This player is beginning to move to the ball and contact has improved.Stroke mechanics on the backhand, forehand and serve will be reinforced. All10-year-olds must have completed one session of Futures.STPBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57050 10-13yrs F 5:00-6:30P 01/03-02/21 8 $222/$24257052 10-13yrs Sa 12:00-1:30P 01/04-02/22 8 $222/$24257051 10-13yrs F 5:00-6:30P 02/28-04/18 8 $222/$24257053 10-13yrs Sa 12:00-1:30P 03/01-04/19 8 $222/$24228 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

STP Private & Semi-Private Tennis LessonsPrivate and semi-private indoor lessons from professionally-trained staff areoffered. To arrange a lesson, stop by or call 847/884-0678. Discount lessonpackages are available.Rates (per person) Member Resident Non-Resident• Private Lesson (1 hour): $59 $62 $64• Private Lesson (half hour): $30 $33 $35• Pro + 2 (1 hour): $32 $35 $37Cancellation Policy: You are financially responsible for private lessons ifyou cancel less than 24 hours in advance.High School PrepThis class is designed for the junior high/high school age player. The program isa perfect fit for those desiring to keep his/her game tuned up in the off season.Drills will be designed around stroke execution along with improvement of theserve. Point play is also a regular training component. This is a live ball class.STPBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57056 13-15yrs Sa 8:00-9:30A 01/04-02/22 8 $222/$24257054 13-15yrs M/W 4:00-5:30P 01/06-02/26 8 $444/$46457057 13-15yrs Sa 8:00-9:30A 03/01-04/19 8 $222/$24257055 13-15yrs M/W 4:00-5:30P 03/03-04/16 7 $388/$408High School CompThis class is designed for the middle/high school age player who is a risingfreshman or currently plays on their high school JV team. The program is aperfect fit for those desiring to keep his/her game tuned up in the off season.Drills will be designed around stroke execution along with improvement of theserve. Point play is also a regular training component. This is a live ball class.An evaluation is required.STPBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57060 14-18yrs Sa 8:30-10:00A 01/04-02/22 8 $222/$24257058 14-18yrs M 5:30-7:00P 01/06-02/24 8 $222/$24257061 14-18yrs Sa 8:30-10:00A 03/01-04/19 8 $222/$24257059 14-18yrs M 5:30-7:00P 03/03-04/14 7 $194/$214High School TeamThe program is designed for players who compete in a high school varsityprogram in the top six positions or play state level tournaments. Drills will bedesigned around point construction. This is a competitive program. An evaluationis required.STPBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57062 14-18yrs M 8:00-10:00P 01/06-02/24 8 $296/$31657064 14-18yrs Tu 5:30-7:00P 01/07-02/25 8 $222/$24257063 14-18yrs M 8:00-10:00P 03/03-04/14 7 $259/$279STP Year-Round Tennis DrillsDrills are weekly sign-up, pay and play. Club membership not required to join.• Intermediate Drill & Play................................ Tu• Advanced Drill & Play.................................... W6-8PM6-8PMCongratulations,Paul MacDonald!Schaumburg Tennis Plus Tennis Director2013 USPTA Midwest Division Hall ofFame InducteeSTP Tennis Director Paul MacDonald was inductedinto the USPTA Midwest Division Hall of Fame. Criteria for selection includesteaching and playing accomplishments, service to the USPTA and community,25 consecutive years of service as a USPTA member and coaching, writing andclinician accomplishments.Adult Tennis LessonsAdult Level 1Designed for players just getting back into tennis or the new player looking tolearn how to play. This program covers all strokes and players will be giventhe skills to begin playing right away. This program will consist of strokemechanics and positioning for singles and doubles. NTRP rating 2.0-3.0STPBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57070 19+ Sa 8:00-9:00A 01/04-02/22 8 $148/$16857066 19+ M 6:30-7:30P 01/06-02/24 8 $148/$16857068 19+ W 8:00-9:00P 01/08-02/26 8 $148/$16857071 19+ Sa 8:00-9:00A 03/01-04/19 8 $148/$16857067 19+ M 6:30-7:30P 03/03-04/14 7 $130/$15057069 19+ W 8:00-9:00P 03/05-04/16 7 $130/$150Adult Level 2Class is designed to help players refine their current knowledge of the game.This program will consist of mechanics, strategy and court positioning.Players in this program may begin playing on USTA and local travel leagues.NTRP rating 3.0-3.5STPBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57076 19+ Sa 9:00-10:00A 01/04-02/22 8 $148/$16857074 19+ W 9:00-10:00P 01/08-02/26 8 $148/$16857077 19+ Sa 9:00-10:00A 03/01-04/19 8 $148/$16857075 19+ W 9:00-10:00P 03/05-04/16 7 $130/$150STP Tennis LeaguesSTP tennis leagues are for STP members only. These weekly leagues offer men’s and women’s singles and doubles. Leagues are divided into two sessions.Each player must pay full price for the league at time of registration. Register for in-house leagues at STP only. Space is limited. Do not wear black or bluesoled shoes on the court. Call STP at 847/884-0678 for details.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee Info57189 17+ M 7:00-9:00P 01/06-05/19 20 $259 Advanced Evening Doubles - Womens 4.057191 17+ Tu 9:30-11:30A 01/07-05/20 20 $199 Intermediate Doubles - Womens 3.5-4.057192 17+ W 9:30-11:30A 01/08-05/21 20 $199 Intermediate Doubles - Womens 3.557193 17+ W 6:30-8:00P 01/08-05/21 20 $397 Advanced Singles - Womens 3.5+57194 17+ Th 8:00-9:30P 01/09-05/22 20 $397 Advanced/Intermediate Singles - Mens 4.0-5.057196 17+ Sa 10:00-11:00A 01/04-05/24 21 $291 Advanced Singles - Womens 3.5-4.0Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201429

Athletic FacilitiesSTP Information 1416 N. Payne Road • Phone: 847/884-0678Fall HOURSDAILY GUEST FEESSTP COURT RATESAMENITIESMon-Fri...................................6AM-11PMSat/Sun...................................7AM-7PMHolidays..................................See page 9Junior (under 17yrs):..............$5/$7Adult:......................................$7/$9Non-members must pay the daily guest rate touse the STP tennis, fitness, racquetball andsquash facilities.Tennis• Summer Season (June 1 - Aug. 31)All Days All Times................... $12/hr• Indoor Season (Sept. 1 - May 31)Mon-Fri 6-9AM....................... $12/hr9AM-5PM................. $18/hr5-10PM..................... $24/hr10PM-Close.............. $18/hrSat/Sun 7AM-3PM................. $24/hr3PM-Close................ $18/hrRacquetball/Squash• Summer Season (June 1 - Aug. 31)All Days All Times................... $6/hr• Indoor Season (Sept. 1 - May 31)Mon-Thur 6AM-4PM................. $6/hr4PM-Close................ $8/hrFri-Sun All Times................... $6/hr• Challenge Court............................ $3• Unlimited Yearly Pass................... $250(must also have a membership)Eight Indoor Tennis Courts, Circuit TrainingWeight Equipment, Cardiovascular Equipment,Free Weight Area, Racquetball Courts, SquashCourts, Wallyball Courts, Basketball Court,Two Saunas, Four-Lane Lap Pool, CoedWhirlpool, Sports Grill & LoungeFitness/Racquetball/SquashResident Non-ResidentAdult........................................ $ 289.............$ 431Family*..................................... $ 385.............$ 623Junior* (17yrs & under)........... $ 127.............$ 200Senior (55yrs & over).............. $ 156.............$ 252Individual Corporate**............. $ 348.............$ 431Five-person Corporate**.......... $1,117.............$1,786Ten-person Corporate**........... $1,483.............$2,377Junior and Adult Tennis EventsJanuary Events• Jan. 10............ 7-9PM• Jan. 18............ 5-7PMFebruary EventsSTP CourtReservationsSTP members may makeopen court-time reservationsin person or byphone up to seven days inadvance. Non-membersmay make open court-time reservations 24 hours in advance. Cancellationof court time must be made at least 24 hours before play or incur acharge for the court time.STP NurseryA responsible and caring on-site nursery service is available. Forinformation, call STP at 847/884-0678.Schaumburg Tennis Plus Annual Membership RatesNew Year’s Mixer10 and Under Play Day• Feb. 1-3........... Midwest Girls 12s Winter Championships• Feb. 7.............. 7-9PM Valentine’s Day MixerMarch Events• March 1........... 5-7PM High School Play Day• March 14......... 7-9PM St. Patrick’s Day Mixer• March 21-23.... Schaumburg Spring Break Jr TournamentSign-up at information, call 847/884-0678.Tennis PLUS Fitness/Racquetball/Squashresident Non-ResidentAdult........................................ $ 372.............$ 527Family*..................................... $ 527.............$ 758Junior* (17yrs & under)........... $ 135.............$ 217Senior (55yrs & over).............. $ 217.............$ 305Individual Corporate**............. $ 434.............$ 527Five-person Corporate**.......... $1,525.............$2,438Ten-person Corporate**........... $2,301.............$3,524Court fees are in addition to membership fees. Monthly scheduled payments through checking/savings account or major credit card areavailable. Upon sign-up, a one-time, life-of-the-membership $15 monthly debit service fee is required.* Must be 18 years and older to use the pool. Must be 14 years and older to use the fitness equipment.**Corporate memberships are only for those employed by the business/corporation. Current company ID and/or payroll stub is required.SchaumburgTennis Plus Sportsand Fitness Club(STP) meets yourtennis, fitness,racquetball andsquash needs.See page 9for additionalinformation.See page 9 for Premium Plus and Combo Plus membership information!• Premium Plus membership includes: STP fitness and tennis, CRC and MRC fitness, The Water Works, three outdoor pools and Volkening Lake• Combo Plus membership includes: STP fitness only, plus CRC and MRC fitness and The Water Works30 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Sport Center Information 1141 W. Irving Park Road • Phone: 847/891-1266The Sport Center provides year-round indoor practice and tournament space for teams and leagues. Volleyball, basketball and soccer fields are available forhourly rentals. For information, contact the Sport Center, 847/891-1266.Fall HOURSBATTING TUNNELAMENITIESMon-Fri.................................9AM-10PMSat/Sun.................................8AM-9PMRental Times30 min: $18/$2560 min: $30/$40Mon-Fri.................................5-10PMSat & Sun.............................10AM-10PMUnlimited Hitting$6/$8Mon-Fri.................................9AM-5PMSat & Sun.............................8-10AMBatting tunnels are available for daily andweekend rental. To reserve for an hour orhalf hour, call 847/891-1266. Reservationsare best made at least 24 hours in advance.Four Basketball Courts, Six Volleyball Courts,Two Soccer Fields (which convert to oneSoftball/Baseball Field), Full ApparatusGymnastic Center, Batting Tunnels, TeamRooms, Spectator Areas, Party and MeetingAreas, The Grill Concessions“Party like a Sports Star”at the Sport CenterHost your next specialoccasion at the Sport Center. Parties include one hour ofsports and games or gymnastics, one hour in the partyroom and a party host to help with set-up, clean-up,activities and serving food. Food, drinks and invitationsare included. For additional information, call847/891-1266.Olympic Park Information 1675 E. Old Schaumburg Road • Phone: 847/891-1266AMENITIESEight Artificial Turf Soccer Fields, TwoNatural-Grass Soccer Fields, Five SoftballFields,14,000-Square Foot Skate Plaza, TwoBasketball Courts, 100 Community GardenPlotsAll fields and courts are lighted fornighttime play.Looking for a place to play?Rain or shine! Night or day!The Schaumburg Park District’s Olympic Park featureseight synthetic turf soccer fields available forrental. Play soccer on the most beautifulfields in the state.Call the Sport Center at 847/891-1266 toreserve your field time now.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201431

Cultural ArtsSchaumburg School of DanceSchaumburg School of Dance has three dance studios at the Community Recreation Center (CRC) and one at the Meineke RecreationCenter (MRC). All studios feature sprung wood floors, mirrors and ballet barres. There is a second floor study area at CRC.Schaumburg School of Dance provides skill building techniques through various dance forms. Equal attention is given to provide apleasant atmosphere essential to learning. Good poise and self-confidence are gained while experiencing the joy of movement whichcarries through to all parts of the dancer’s life. The goal is to provide every student with a solid dance foundation while leaving roomfor individual creativity and FUN!CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Dance attire information is available at Registration - The fall dance session runs through spring 2014. Classes may be paid in full in the fall or broken into twopayments (charge card required). The first payment is due at the time of fall registration and the second payment will be deductedautomatically from the credit card Jan. 1. Call registration at 847/490-7015 for payment details.Class Fees - Class fees reflect a 26 wks session for Little Stars Dancers and a 28 wks session for all other classes.Tutu Toddlers, Budding Ballerinas, Jazz’n Juniors, Tiny Tappers and Hip Hop Tots (26 wks): $179/$199 – 30 min.All other classes (28 wks): $192/$212 – 30 min. • $202/$222 – 45 min. • $224/$244 – 60 min. • $241/$261 – 90 min.Class Level Placement - For placement questions, call the dance coordinator at 847/490-7015, ext. 2024.Visiting Days - Parents/guests are invited to attend class on visiting days only.Age Requirements - Dancers must meet the class age requirement by Sept. 1, 2013.Little Stars Dance Recitals - Tutu Toddlers, Budding Ballerinas,Jazz’n Juniors, Tiny Tappers and Hip Hop Tots may perform in adance recital on Sunday, April 27, 2014 on the CRC stage. Thisis an optional activity. Dancers who wish to perform will have anadditional costume fee. Audience tickets are $5 to $6.Dance Recitals - Dancers enrolled in beginning throughadvanced levels may perform in the annual dance recitals onMay 10, 2014 at the Prairie Arts Centre. This is an optionalactivity. Dancers who wish to perform will have an additionalcostume fee. Audience tickets are $12.Dance registration is available at CRC only! NO ONLINE registration.For pro-rated space availability, contact the dance coordinator at dance calendars are available at Stars Dance Program (3-5 year olds)The Little Stars dance program began in September and runs until the recitalin April. Dancers remain in the same level the entire fall-spring session.Beginning-Advanced Dance ClassesBeginning-advanced dance classes began in September and run until therecital in May. Dancers remain in the same level the entire fall-spring session.Expressions Dance Company (9 yrs+) & Charmed Dance Company (6-11 yrs)Dancers must audition to become a member of Expressions and Charmed Dance Companies. The dance companies perform at community and parkdistrict events. Some members will attend dance conventions and/or competitions.For information, email the dance coordinator at or visit Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

SPD Community SingersDo you like to sing? Enjoy singing a variety of showtunes, folk songs,patriotic numbers and more — all in four-part harmony! Men and womenages 18 and older are welcome. Practices are Monday nights at the CRC.Performances throughout Schaumburg include Septemberfest, clubs, retirementcommunities and more. Experience singing in a chorus is a plus.CRC $49/$69 (Fee is for the year, Sept.-August. New singers will be prorated!)Barcode Age Day Time Date56006 18+ M 7:00-9:00P 09/23/13-08/18/14To schedule a concert, email for concerts: Concert in-district Concert out-of-district30 min. $55 $ 7545 min. $65 $ 8560 min. $80 $100Social DanceBelly Dance FitnessThis class focuses on learning and perfecting basic belly dance technique andcombining moves into fun combinations that work your body and mind! Classincludes yoga-based stretches. Wear comfortable, stretchable, form-fittingclothing and barefoot, socks or ballet slippers. Bring a yoga mat for floorstretching if desired. All levels welcome.CRC $57/$77Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57535 18+ M 9:00-10:00A 01/13-03/03 857536 18+ M 9:00-10:00A 03/10-04/28 8Belly Dance Combos and ChoreographyClasses focus on strengthening basic belly dance technique, learningadvanced moves, layers and combos, and group choreography. This is aperformance preparation class, although performance is not a requirement.Class includes yoga-based stretches. Wear comfortable, stretchable, form-fittingclothing and barefoot, socks or ballet slippers. Bring a yoga mat for floorstretching if desired. All levels welcome.CRC $57/$77Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57533 18+ M 10:00-11:00A 01/13-03/03 857534 18+ M 10:00-11:00A 03/10-04/28 8BeMovedBeMoved is a new dance fitness experiencedesigned by Sherry Zunker.Classes begin with easy-to-followtherapeutic movements integratingthe upper and lower body. The warm up flows into dance styles inspired by awide variety of musical genres. Each week focuses on a different musical anddance style. BeMoved is designed to inspire participants to embrace dance asa lifelong means to health, joy and fulfillment.CRC $29/$39Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57547 18+ Tu 8:00-9:00A 01/07-01/28 457548 18+ Tu 8:00-9:00A 02/04-02/25 457549 18+ Tu 8:00-9:00A 03/04-03/25 457550 55+ Th 8:00-9:00A 01/09-01/30 4Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 2014Line DancingLove to dance, but have no partner? Participants will learn to line dance, aneasy patterns of steps that repeat throughout a song. Class will be providedwith step sheets and video reviews. New dances will be taught each session.Class includes a field trip. No experience necessary. Participants should wearsmooth-soled shoes.CRC $40/$60Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57675 16+ Th 3:00-4:15P 01/16-02/20 657676 16+ Th 3:00-4:15P 03/06-04/10 6Splendid Ballroom DanceDiscover the wonderful world of ballroom dancing. Participants will improveskills, learn new steps and how to lead and follow in this introductory/refreshersession. Class will have fun learning the sophisticated Waltz, romantic Rumbaand Foxtrot.Dance Tech Classes: Couples are recommended, but not necessary. Coupleswill not rotate partners. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Wear comfortableclothing and shoes.CRC Inst: Dance Tech $44/$64 per personBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks57553 16+ Th 7:30-9:00P 03/06-03/27 4Register at www.parkfun.comTime Travelers Theatre EnsembleFree Friday shows once a month at STP Bar & GrillNov. 15, Dec. 13, Jan. 17, Feb. 21 & March 288-10PMTime Travelers provides great comedy in the form of scripted andimprovisational skits, songs and games with the help of audiencesuggestions. Come join this fast-paced night of hilarity and laugh untilyou cry! Food and beverage available for purchase at STP Bar andGrill.Men and women 21 years and older interested in auditioning for TimeTravelers should contact the cultural arts supervisor at 847/490-7015,ext. 2023. A $60 fee is required if cast in the ensemble.33

Cultural ArtsSchaumburg Park District Theater at the Community Recreation CenterSchaumburg Park DistrictProduction ofComing this Spring!Music and Lyrics by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel andStephen Schwartz and Jeanine Tesori and Alexa JungeWords and Music byLeslie Bricusse & Anthony NewleyAdapted for the Stage byLeslie Bricusse & Timothy A. McDonaldBased on the bookCharlie and the Chocolate FactoryBy Roald DahlWilly Wonka Jr. follows the enigmatic candy manufacturer Willy Wonka ashe stages a contest by hiding five golden tickets in five of his scrumptiouscandy bars. Whoever comes up with the tickets will win a free tour of theWonka factory and a lifetime of supply of candy. This scrumdidilyumptiousmusical is guaranteed to delight everyone’s sweet tooth. This show takesaudiences on a ride into the land of pure imagination!Nov. 22-24 | Fri. & Sat., 7PM • Sun., 2PMTickets: $11 for adults (13 years and older) • $6 for youthFree younger than 2 years if being held.Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka Jris presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019Phone: (212) 541-4684 Fax: (212) 397-4684 www.MTIShows.comSaturday, Dec. 7 • 6PMSanta’sDilemmaBy Beth WallerSanta has run into a problem. Dancer thinksshe can help. What has Santa gotten himselfinto? This 30 minute musical is full offun surprises and sure to make you laugh.Santa’s Dilemma is part of the Twas a Saturday Night Before…holidayevent. See page 72 for information.Music Adapted and Arranged and Additional Music and Lyrics byBryan LouiselleBook Adapted and Additional Lyrics by Patricia CotterBased on the 1998 Disney film Mulan and the story Fa Mulan byRobert D. San SouciDefying the village matchmaker, Mulan takes up arms and disguisesas a boy in order to spare her father from having to serve in thearmy. The Huns have invaded and it is up to the misfit Mulan and hermischievous sidekick Mushu to save the Emperor! Disney’s Mulan Jr. is aheartwarming celebration of culture, honor and the fighting spirit.March 14-16 | Fri. & Sat., 7PM • Sun., 2PMTickets: $10 for adults (13 years and older) • $6 for youthFree for ages 2 and younger if being held.Auditions: Jan. 9, 2014 - Register for a time slotCommunity Recreation CenterParts available for ages 7 to 20 for Disney’s Mulan Jr. Bring a non-returnablehead shot (or school photo) marked with name, age, addressand phone number. Prepare a short acapella song for audition. Fee is$70 if cast in production. Additional costume fee may be charged.57562 5:15-5:30P 57563 5:30-5:45P 55764 5:45-6:00P57565 6:00-6:15P 57566 6:15-6:30P 57567 6:30-6:45P57568 6:45-7:00P 57569 7:00-7:15PIf NOT REGISTERED, actor will have to wait for open time slot.If unable to audition during available times, contact the cultural artssupervisor at to be a part of the show but can’t act? Helpout the production crew with set construction,painting and costumes. Contact the Park District at847/490-7015 about volunteering.34 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Schaumburg IdolDo you feel you’re America’s next singing superstar? Do your friends tell you you’ve got a great voice and havea shot at stardom? If so, your chance is here as the Schaumburg Park District presents “Schaumburg Idol.”“Schaumburg Idol will give a dozen area singers an opportunity to step on stage and dazzle us with theirtalent,” said Beth Waller, cultural arts supervisor for the Schaumburg Park District. “The community will havethe chance to vote for their favorite contestant on the Park District’s website.”Auditions: April 10, 2014. Visit for information.To be eligible for Schaumburg Idol, contestants must be age 13 or older and not party to a contract forperforming services. Interested individuals will need to register through the Schaumburg Park District.Once registered, contestants will be contacted to audition with a one-minute selection from the song of theirchoice. Performances may be acappella or accompanied by a cassette or CD provided by the contestant. Norap songs or inappropriate language is permitted.Barcode: 57584 Audition Fee: $5/$8Twelve contestants will be chosen to compete for eight spots, which willthen be narrowed down to four, then two and eventually one SchaumburgIdol. Contestants advance according to the highest combined judge andcommunity votes. Prizes will be awarded to the winner.Competition Tapings: June - AugustFee for those chosen to compete: $35/$57 (barcode: 57585)For more information, call 847/490-7015 or visit Ryan2013 Schaumburg Idol Winner“Music is a passion of mine,” said Ryan.“I encourage others to keep doing whatthey love and pursue their passions.”Performing ArtsThe Schaumburg Park District’s TheatreProgram is an organizational memberof the AmericanAssociation ofCommunity Theatre.The Show Must Go On!Here’s your chance to use your drama skills in performance! Children willcollaborate to create an original story using improvisation techniques, thendevelop their story into a performance with props, costumes and staging.Final performance for parents and friends is on the last day of class. Prerequisiteis Saturday Youth Drama Club.CRC $79/$99Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57586 7-13yrs Tu/Th 4:30-5:30P 01/21-02/27 6Saturday Youth Drama ClubsChildren ages 4-5 focus on imagination and reenactments of favoritechildren’s stories. Ages 6-8 and 9-12 begin learning theatre terminology,improvisation and performance skills using creative drama exercises. Ages9-12 also explore more advanced concepts of character relationships and auditiontechniques. Parents are invited to observe the last class when studentsshowcase their work.PSC $28/$33 *$47/$67Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57537 4-5yrs Sa 10:00-10:30A 01/18-02/22 657538* 6-8yrs Sa 10:30-11:30A 01/18-03/08 857539* 9-12yrs Sa 11:30A-12:30P 01/18-03/08 8Street Theatre 2014Street Theatre is a paid summer traveling drama company forages 16-25. The season runs June through July with rehearsalsbeginning in May. If interested in auditioning for the company,fill out the online audition form at Park District | | Winter 201435

Cultural ArtsGroup Music ClassesGroup music instruction is a fun and economical way to introduce your child toa lifetime of music. Classes are a safe, low-pressure way to experience the joysof making music. Lessons are available for everyone from infants to seniors.For placement questions, call the music coordinator at 847/490-7015, ext.2031 for program information.For private music lessons, see pages 37-38.Guitar for KidsThis class is for younger students to learn the fundamentals of guitar. Guitarstudents are required to provide their own acoustic instruments.PSC Inst: Peter Jump $91/$111Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57086 8-12yrs W 5:00-6:00P 01/08-03/12 10 Intro57087* 8-12yrs W 6:00-7:00P 01/08-03/12 10 Cont*Instructor recommendation requiredGroup Guitar LessonsLearn basic chords and easy songs in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere.Guitar students are required to provide their own acoustic instruments.PSC Inst: Staff $91/$111Music Classes for the Very YoungSee page 44 for details.Participating in musical performances allows children at an early ageto understand pressure and to handle stress calmly. Piano students, forexample, must control their own nerves and trembling fingers during aperformance.-• Guitar ILearn basic chords and easy songs in a relaxed atmosphere. Play songs andaccompany your singing by the end of the first class.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57084 13+ M 6:30-7:30P 01/06-03/10 10• Guitar II Instructor recommendation requiredBegin to play simple finger picking patterns and bass runs while learningrudiments of music theory, more chords and complex right-hand rhythms.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57085 13+ W 7:00-8:00P 01/08-03/12 10Groovin’ Guitar GangA traditional and economical guitar study for beginners in a fun group setting.Weekly lesson plans are based on the time tested Mel Bay guitar method.Students begin with how to tune a guitar, musical terms, notation and startingto find their way around the neck of a guitar. Group playing will be emphasizedusing Faber ensemble arrangements with four-part harmonies. Requiredlesson material will be available for purchase at the first class (approx. $10).Student must bring their own acoustic guitar.PSC Inst: Peter Jump $91/$111Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Level57082 7-9yrs Tu 5:00-5:45P 01/07-03/11 10 Grooving Gang I57083 7-9yrs Tu 4:00-4:45P 01/07-03/11 10 Grooving Gang IIThe Schaumburg ParkDistrict’s music programis a member of the IllinoisMusic Association.Kids on KeysGroup piano for 5-7 year olds. This is a fun-filled class that includes shortsongs, finger exercises and colorful written work. Lesson plans are from theBastien Young Beginner Series. Instruction is in the Yamaha Clavinova pianolab where students work in a group and individually. Expand their interest inmusic and start them off on their musical journey.CRC Insts: AC-Allison Cannon; CB-Carole Bryan; BB-Brenda Buchanan $71/$91• Kids on Keys IThis class will use the first half of the Bastien Piano Primer A and the Theory& Ear Training A. Focus will be on learning keyboard geography, musical symbols,rhythm notation and time signatures. Lesson material available for $12 atthe first class.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Inst57093 5-7yrs M 4:00-4:45P 01/13-03/17 10 CB57098 5-7yrs M 6:00-6:45P 01/13-03/17 10 BB57095 5-7yrs W 4:00-4:45P 01/15-03/19 10 BB57102 5-7yrs Sa 11:00-11:45A 01/18-03/22 10 AC• Kids on Keys IIThis continuation of KOK I will finish the second half of the Bastien YoungBeginner A books. The focus will be the introduction of staff and note reading.No new lesson material will be required. Prerequisite: KOK IBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Inst57094 5-7yrs M 5:00-5:45P 01/13-03/17 10 CB57096 5-7yrs W 5:00-5:45P 01/15-03/19 10 BB57100 5-7yrs Sa 9:00-9:45A 01/18-03/22 10 AC• Kids on Keys IIIThis class will begin in the Bastien Young Beginner B books with a review, butquickly move to introducing eighth notes and continue with a comprehensivestudy of intervals. New lesson material is required and will be available at thefirst class for $12. Prerequisite: KOK IIBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Inst57097 5-7yrs M 7:00-7:45P 01/13-03/17 10 BB57101 5-7yrs Sa 10:00-10:45A 01/18-03/22 10 AC• Kids on Keys IVThis class will finish the Bastien Young Beginner B books and feature thestudy of rests, sharps, flats and staccatos. No new lesson material required.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Inst57099 5-7yrs W 7:00-7:45P 01/15-03/19 10 BBOn KeyGroup piano lessons for all ages and skill levels. Learn piano in a classroom setting in the six Clavinova piano lab. Each student’s lessons includeone-on-one instruction and individual practice time at their skill level. Lessonmaterials will be available for purchase at the first class.CRC Insts: AC-Allison Cannon; BB-Brenda Buchanan; SC Stephanie Cesaroni$111/$131Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Inst57105 7+ Tu 4:00-5:00P 01/14-03/18 10 AC57106 7+ Tu 6:30-7:30P 01/14-03/18 10 AC57107 7+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 01/14-03/18 10 Staff57108 7+ Th 5:00-6:00P 01/16-03/20 10 Staff57109 7+ Th 6:00-7:00P 01/16-03/20 10 Staff57110 7+ F 4:30-5:30P 01/17-03/21 10 BB36 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Spring Music RecitalSunday, April 6 • 11AM-6PM • CRCEnjoy an afternoon of music performed by SPD music students.Barcode Age Fee57608 4+ $5Wee Play PianoThis hands on preschool piano program is held in the seven station Clavinovadigital piano classroom. Required piano lesson materials will be available for$19 at the first class.CRC Inst: Carole Bryan $69/$89• Wee Play Piano I (WPPI)Students will have fun marching and drumming to the beat while learning conceptsof color, numbers, counting and acquaintance with musical letter names.Required piano lesson materials will be available for $19 at the first class.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57170 3-4yrs M 1:00-1:45P 01/13-03/17 1057177 3-4yrs Th 10:00-10:45A 01/16-03/20 1057169 3-4yrs F 9:00-9:45A 01/17-03/21 10• Wee Play Piano II (WPPII)Continues where WPPI left off. Emphasis is on keyboard playing, findingnote names and reading rhythms that are printed on the page. Completes thesecond half of the books from WPPI. Prerequisite: WPPI.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57173 3-4yrs M 10:00-10:45A 01/13-03/17 1057178 3-4yrs Th 11:00-11:45A 01/16-03/20 10• Wee Play Piano III (WPPIII)A continuation of WPPII. Emphasis is on reading music, developing listeningskills and following directions. Prerequisite: Wee Play Piano II. New lessonmaterial will be available for $19 at the first class.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57174 3-4yrs M 11:00-11:45A 01/13-03/17 1057179 3-4yrs Th 12:00-12:45P 01/16-03/20 10• Wee Play Piano IV (WPPIV)Continues from WPPIII. Emphasis is on reading music, developing listeningskills and following directions. Completes the second half of the books fromWee Play Piano III. Prerequisite: Wee Play Piano III.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57168 3-4yrs F 12:00-12:45P 01/17-03/21 10Beat the drums! Drumming is beneficial to hand-eye coordinationand physical well-being. A drummer’s heart rate during a concertcan get as high as a professional soccer player!-ehow.comPrivate Music Classes | Jan - AprilAll private music classes start the week of Jan. 5 and end the week ofMarch 30.One-on-one instruction is a very personal method of learning. The instructorhas the luxury of total attention to the way the student learns best. Conceptscan be introduced and worked on until they are mastered and the pace is setby your child’s attention span and desire. The goal is to make music study fun,attainable and low pressure while giving students skills for a lifetime. Privatelessons are 30 minutes each week.Continuing students will receive the barcode to register for the nextsession from the instructor. Registration must be done in person.Assume the time remains the same unless other arrangements havebeen made with instructor.New students will be added as space becomesavailable.To reserve the next available spot, register with the codes below.Piano (30 min.)............. 57123 Piano (45 min.).............. 57127Saxophone................... 57124 Violin............................. 57128Voice............................ 57125 Clarinet......................... 57129Flute............................. 57126 Guitar............................ 57130Percussion................... 57454 Fee: $195/$215 (12wks)Once registered, you will be contacted by the music coordinator withavailable slots. If a mutually agreeable time cannot be found, you willreceive a full refund. Email to find out the statusof your registration.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201437

Cultural ArtsMusic Watch WeekMarch 9-15 • All spectators welcome!Private Clarinet LessonsClarinet instruction for younger students will concentrate on fingerings, rhythmand counting. Older students will work on tone and technique. Assistancewill be given on band music, auditions, solo and ensemble contest music andplaying tests.No class 2/17, 3/3 & 3/24Instructor Age Day Available Location Fee WksKevin Mikol 10+ M CRC $165/$185 10Private Flute LessonsCome learn the necessary skills to be an excellent flautist! New students willbe introduced to the basics of flute playing including making a tone, holdingthe flute properly and playing scales. Experienced students will work to improvetechnique and broaden repertoire.No class 2/17, 3/3 & 3/24Instructor Age Day Available Location Fee WksKevin Mikol* 10+ M CRC $165/$185 10Practicing a wind instrument like a flute enhances the functioning ofthe lungs and diaphragm. The increased functioning of the respiratorysystem helps enhance overall endurance level.- mariesflute.comPrivate Classical Guitar LessonsLearn the fingerstyle technique, the plucking of individual strings withfingers,on this beautiful instrument. Receive training in classical repertoire,reading skills, sight reading and tonal/sound production. Nylon string guitarrequired.No class 3/25 & 3/26Instructor Age Days Available Location Fee WksPeter Jump 10+ Tu, W PSC $165/$185 10Private Guitar LessonsLearn to play this versatile and portable instrument in the style that interestsyou. Classical, rock, jazz, country and folk are a few of the choices that youcan make. Basics include tuning your instrument, chording, strumming andreading charts. Strum to your own “drummer” and learn at your own pace.Students are required to bring their own acoustic guitar.No class 3/24-3/30Instructor Age Days Available Location Fee WksAllison Cannon 10+ Tu CRC $195/$215 12Peter Jump 10+ Tu, W PSC $165/$185 10Private Piano LessonsOne 30 or 45-minute weekly lesson scheduled at the same day, time and locationwith the instructor chosen. Instructors value each student’s personality andlearning style and will strive to provide lessons that include fun while learning.Lesson plans include a balance of theory, ear training, sight reading and repertoireappropriate to the student’s level, desires and ability. The goal of everylesson is to learn how to understand and enjoy the music and the instrument.No class 3/23-3/29Instructor Age Days Available Location Fee WksCarole Bryan 7+ M-F CRC $195/$215 (30 min.) 12Brenda Buchanan 7+ M/W/F CRC $195/$215 (30 min.) 12Miho Nakagawa 7+ Sa, Su CRC $195/$215 (30 min.) 12$287/$307 (45 min.) 12Allison Cannon 7+ Tu/Th/Sa CRC $195/$215 (30 min.) 12$287/$307 (45 min.) 12Josefina Rusiana 7+ Tu-F CRC $195/$215 (30 min.) 12$287/$307 (45 min.) 12Marie Rose Rusiana 7+ Sa CRC $195/$215 (30 min.) 12Note: You will be scheduled for one 30 or 45 minute lesson per week. Multipledays listed are instructors availability.Private Home School Piano LessonsAdd the joy of music instruction to a homeschooler’s curriculum withprivate lessons. Suggestions are welcome to link the musical study to yourcurriculum. Morning and early afternoon hours are available.No class Spring Break WeekInstructor Age Days Available Location Fee WksCarole Bryan 7+ Various CRC $195/$215 12Private Percussion/Drum LessonsWhether you want to excel in your percussion group at school (mallets, bells,chimes, etc.) or you aspire to play full kit in a rock and roll band, these privatelessons are for you. Concentration will be on rudiments, simple and complexrhythms, stick handling, set play, music reading and drum solos using theEssential Elements Percussion Book.No class Spring Break WeekInstructor Age Days Available Location Fee WksAllison Cannon 10+ Various CRC $195/$215 12Private Saxophone LessonsInstruction includes solo and ensemble pieces in classic and contemporarystyles. Students are taught to play with the correct breathing technique,embouchure and tone quality. Basic musicianship skills including sightreading, music theory and composition are emphasized.No class 2/17, 3/3 & 3/24Instructor Age Day Available Location Fee WksKevin Mikol 10+ M CRC $165/$185 10Private Violin LessonsLessons emphasize traditional methods, note reading, theory, sight readingand string technique. Students are exposed to a variety of different styles ofmusic and will study both solo and ensemble pieces.No class 3/24Instructor Age Day Available Location Fee WksElsbeth Losch 10+ M CRC $195/$215 12Private Voice LessonsInstruction will focus on breath control, pitch, articulation, posture and stagepresence. Students are required to purchase music after evaluation in firstclass. Music cost is between $15 and $25.No class 3/24, 3/26, 3/28, 3/29 *Kevin Mikol Only: No class 2/17, 3/3 & 3/24Instructor Age Days Available Location Fee WksBrenda Buchanan 10+ M, W, F CRC $195/$215 12Kevin Mikol* 10+ M CRC $165/$185 10Amanda Peters 10+ M, W CRC $195/$215 12Allison Cannon 10+ Sa CRC $195/$215 1238 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Visual ArtsCartooningLearn to draw cartoon characters focusing on feelings, movement and facialexpressions. Children will illustrate a cartoon character, draw a comic stripand create a flip book. Fee includes all supplies.CRC Inst: SPD Staff $40/$60Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57540 7-10yrs Tu 5:15-6:00P 01/21-02/25 6Ceramic DesignParticipants will make one-of-a-kind stoneware projects from sculptural piecesto plates, bowls and vases. Various hand-building techniques will be taughtas well as work on the potter’s wheel. All pieces will be glazed and fired.Repeating students continue on their own journey of ceramic exploration.CRC Inst: Jane Robie $96/$116 Fee includes supplies.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57541 16+ M 6:30-8:30P 01/13-03/03 8Clay AnticsThis is a kiln-fired ceramics class where participants will learn basic handbuildingand glazing techniques. Students are encouraged to use theirimagination. All pieces will be glazed and fired. Since clay can be messy, dressappropriately.CRC Inst: Jane Robie $74/$94 Fee includes supplies.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57542 6-9yrs W 3:30-4:45P 01/15-03/05 8Clay CreationsLearn various hand-building techniques and how to work on the potter’swheel. Projects change each session with a seasonal theme. All pieces will beglazed and fired. Since clay is messy, dress appropriately.CRC Inst: Jane Robie $92/$112 Fee includes supplies.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57543 10-15yrs M 4:00-6:00P 01/13-03/03 8When children work with clay, their dexterity improves as they use smalland large muscles. The mini artists use their arms, backs and shoulderswhile molding clay creations.- www.examiner.comClay Time, Play Time for You and MeParent and child will build one-of-a-kind projects together. Classes are taughtin a relaxed atmosphere where imagination is encouraged. All pieces will beglazed and fired. Since clay can be messy, dress appropriately.CRC Inst: Jane Robie $61/$81 Fee includes supplies.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57544 3-5yrs W 11:30A-12:30P 01/15-03/05 8DRAW KidsCalling all artists who want to learn the tricks and trades of drawing. Throughcreativity and imagination, participants will take simple geometric shapes andturn them into a more complex drawing. Students will explore multiple media.CRC Inst: SPD Staff $58/$78Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57545 10-13yrs Tu 6:00-7:00P 01/21-02/25 6Fashion Design for GirlsGirls will leap into fashion design and create a dress of their very own. Classwill start by making patterns with paper then transferring the patterns to fabricand cutting out the pieces. The students will baste pieces together and theinstructor will machine sew the garments. Each student will learn how to correctlyfit, paint, and decorate her new dress. The grand finale of the class willbe a fashion show on the last day. Fee includes supplies.CRC $127/$147Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57546 8-14yrs Tu 4:15-6:00P 01/21-02/25 6Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201439

Early ChildhoodEarly Childhood Program GuidelinesThe first five years are the most formative and vitalto the social, emotional and physical developmentof your child. To meet these needs, SchaumburgPark District has established early childhoodprograms that enhance your child’s development.To help select the appropriate class, graphicsymbols have been placed after each class nameindicating the focus as socialization-, fitness-Ior specialized (a class such as music or art). Someclasses are for parent and child. This is a specialtime for parents and children. Parents must makearrangements for siblings not registered for class.Nurseries are available at CRC and MRC. Checkthe front desk for hours. Please register childrenfor the appropriate age class. Children must be thecorrect age by first day of class. Birth certificatemay be required. Instructors are subject to change.• Fitness........................................... I• Night/Sat. Classes........................ • Parent/Child Classes................... ,• Socialization................................. • Specialized.................................... 0For classes without parents, please plan on staying the first day to complete necessary paperwork. Save time by filling out the required paperwork prior to class.Forms are available at Night Fun I, An active child is a happy and healthy child. Enjoy a fun and playfulatmosphere that encourages parents and children to be activetogether. Class time is structured and encourages children toenjoy fitness through hoops, balls and jump ropes in this fun and active class.Children and parents must wear gym shoes. Parent must attend class withchild.CRC Inst: Jeannie Skuran $36/$54Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56700 2-4yrs M 6:00-7:00P 02/03-03/10 6Movin’ and Groovin’ to Music I,This class is a great way to develop gross motor skills and eyehandcoordination. Play with bean bags, scarves, feathers and theparachute while moving to music. There will be time to explore thelarge play equipment. Parent must attend class with child.CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $53/$73 No class 2/5Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56698 18-28mos W 9:15-10:15A 01/15-03/19 956699 24-36mos W 10:30-11:30A 01/15-03/19 9SocializationAnimal Adventures ,Take an adventure through different animal kingdoms. Each week children willdiscover a new animal friend. Learn about animal colors, sizes and soundsthrough stories, crafts and music. On the last day of class, children may bringin their favorite stuffed animal. Parent must attend class with child.CRC Inst: Sherri Page $53/$73Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56697 22-42mos Tu 9:00-10:00A 01/14-03/11 9Babygarten ,Babygarten is much more than a play group! Infants and their caretakers willshare nursery rhymes, songs and books. Participants will make a toy or babybook item that celebrates milestones. Instructor will share insights about infantdevelopment and parenting. The class ends with play time. Parent mustattend class with child.CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $36/$54 No class 2/12Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56841 1-15mos W 1:00-2:00P 01/29-03/12 6Belle & Mrs. Potts’ Tea Party Enjoy an evening of princess fun! Class activities include crafts, games, songsand a tea party. Come dressed in tea party best or a princess outfit. Save timeon paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class! Forms canbe found at Parent do not attend this special time forchildren.CRC Inst: Sherri Page $10/$15Barcode Age Day Time Date56851 42mos-6yrs W 6:00-7:00P 03/1940 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

For classes without parents, please plan on staying the first day to complete necessary paperwork. Save time by filling out the required paperworkprior to class. Forms are available at keep classes from being cancelled!Register early! Classes with low enrollment may be cancelled a week before the start date.Fun with Friends ,Expand your child’s imagination while having fun with friends each week.Creative movement, art, music and stories will be part of this fun class forparents and tots! Social independence, language and motor skills develop aschildren learn to follow directions, take turns and share. Parent must attendclass with child.CRC Inst: Dana Wiencek $58/$78 No class 2/25Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56695 2-4yrs Tu 6:45-8:00P 01/14-03/11 8Imagination Station ,Put on some old clothes and grab your imagination! Class will dive into theworld of process art so put down those paint brushes and pick up a toothbrush,bubble wrap or balloon for messy, but creative fun! Parent mustattend class with child.CRC Inst: Mary Beth Van Wijk $47/$67 No class 1/20 & 2/17Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56840 18mos-3yrs M 1:00-2:00P 01/13-03/17 8Jake and Captain Hook’s Pirate Adventures ,Ahoy mateys! Children will enjoy a class about friendly pirates. Activitiesinclude pirate games, treasure hunts, crafts and playtime on the mats. Comedressed in your favorite pirate attire. Parent must attend class with child.CRC Inst: Sherri Page $10/$15Barcode Age Day Time Date57188 2-4yrs F 1:00-2:00P 02/21Just For Me Parents will attend the first 15 minutes with their child exploring the room.Children will spend the next 45 minutes without parents, enjoying large motoractivities, music and art. Parents will attend the last 15 minutes of each classfor a story and snack. Bring a snack and drink for your child. This class is apeanut restricted environment. No peanuts or nut products may be broughtinto the program. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork thefirst day of class! Forms can be found at Inst: Lori Adelman, Rebecca Zimmerman $70/$90Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56835 28mos-3yrs Th 9:15-10:30A 01/23-03/13 8Kiddie Express ,Make new friends, socialize and have fun at this play program for parents andchildren. A supervisor is available to answer questions and set up activities.Unable to commit to all nine weeks? Drop-in option is available for $4. Parentmust attend class with child.CRC Inst: Mary Beth Van Wijk $27/$40 No class 2/12Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57183 1-4yrs W 6:00-8:00P 01/08-03/12 9Children who build with LEGO bricks will begin to understand spacing,proportions, fractions and patterns. Little LEGO builders are learningwithout even knowing it!– www.ehow.comLet’s Have Fun with Miss Lori ,Let’s get messy, let’s have fun! Children will spend time playing on large motorequipment, playing with the parachute and creating crafts. Art activities willallow children to create a unique take home item. Dress for mess! Parentmust attend class with child.CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $53/$73Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56693 18mos-4yrs F 10:15-11:15A 01/24-03/21 9Register at www.parkfun.comSchaumburg Park District | | Winter 201441

Early ChildhoodLet’s Paint and Sing ,Children will be exposed to various art media and painting techniques. Eachweek’s art project relates to songs from class. Dress for mess! Paint smocksare provided, but you may bring your own smock or old shirt. Parent mustattend class with child.PSC *CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $53/$73Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56823 2-3.5yrs Tu 10:30-11:15A 01/14-03/11 956824* 2-3.5yrs F 9:00-10:00A 01/24-03/21 9Mickey Loves Minnie Sweetheart Celebration,Enjoy an evening full of Valentine activities including crafts, games, songs,and a Valentine treat. Come dressed in your favorite Disney attire. Parentmust attend class with child.CRC Inst: Sherri Page $10/$15Barcode Age Day Time Date56852 2-4yrs W 6:00-7:00P 02/12Mommy & Me ,Bond with your baby! Enjoy music, finger plays and parachute play. Have funand meet new friends! Parent must attend class with child.CRC Inst: Rebecca Zimmerman $42/$62 No class 2/10, 2/17 & 3/24Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56696 6-18mos M 9:00-10:00A 01/27-03/31 7Preschool Primer ,Help lay a foundation for children to feel comfortable in a classroomenvironment. Children willl enjoy interacting with peers and parents in avariety of structured and unstructured activities. Class will include circle time,story time, art and free play. Parent attends class with children.PSC Inst: Lori Adelman $53/$73Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56834 28mos-3yrs Tu 9:00-10:00A 01/14-03/11 9Princess Power Hour Little princesses will enjoy music, stories and crafts in far away kingdoms.Children will discover how princesses performed good deeds full of kindnessand patience. Girls are invited to wear their favorite princess outfits to class.Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class!Forms can be found at Inst: Sherri Page $29/$44Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56839 42mos-6yrs F 1:00-2:00P 01/24-02/14 456843 42mos-6yrs F 1:00-2:00P 02/28-03/21 4Rhyme Time and Storytime for Tots ,Journey on an imaginative trip to the Land of Nursery Rhymes. Meet MotherGoose and her storybook friends. Class activities include music, singing songs,flannel board fun and art creations. Parent must attend class with child.CRC Inst: Sherri Page $53/$73Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56694 18-42mos Tu 10:30-11:30A 01/14-03/11 942 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Saturday Preschool Designed especially for children unable to attend preschool during the week.Children will interact with others, develop listening skills and practice fine motorskills. Children must take care of their own bathroom needs. The ShephardCenter is a peanut restricted environment. No peanuts or nut products may bebrought into the program. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperworkthe first day of class! Forms can be found at Inst: Ghazala Mohsin, Cynthia Lackowski $86/$106Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56830 3.5-5yrs Sa 9:30-11:30A 02/08-03/22 7The Saturday Preschool experience will begin with an opportunity forparents and children to meet teachers and share information that willhelp provide a successful experience. Register for one of the followingtimes.Barcode Day Time Date56831 Sa 9:30-9:45A 02/0156832 Sa 10:00-10:15A 02/0156833 Sa 10:30-10:45A 02/01Teddy Bear Sleepover ,Bring your favorite teddy bear to make crafts and read stories. After the funis over, kids will say goodnight to their teddy bears as they will stay and havea sleepover with all the other bears. Teddy bears can be picked up the nextmorning at 10 a.m. Children will be able to bring home a picture album of allthe fun things they did that night with their new teddy bear friends! Parentmust attend class with child.PSC Inst: Dianne Hirsch $11/$17Barcode Age Day Time Date56842 18mos-4yrs F 6:30-7:45P 02/07Toddler Time ,Enjoy music, art and finger plays during this special time for parents andchildren. Parent must attend class with child.CRC Inst: Mary Beth Van Wijk $53/$73Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56837 12-20mos Sa 9:00-10:00A 01/18-03/15 956838 18-30mos Sa 10:15-11:15A 01/18-03/15 9Tot Potpourri ,A little of this, a little of that! Parents and toddlers will take time to play througha variety of structured and unstructured activities. Each class will begin withcreative arts, songs and stories. There will also be open playtime on the mattedarea and free play with balls, hoops and scooters. Parent must attendclass with child.CRC Inst: Rebecca Zimmerman $42/$62 No class 2/10, 2/17 & 3/24Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56704 18-42mos M 10:15-11:15A 01/27-03/31 7Winter’s Here! ,Children will have an indoor ‘snow fight,’ make crafts with parents and listen tostories about winter. Parent must attend class with child.CRC Inst: Lori Adelman $36/$54Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56060 18mos-3yrs Tu/Th 9:30-10:30A 12/03-12/12 2Register at www.parkfun.comWinter Wonderland Camp Enjoy the season of visiting with friends, shopping or taking time for yourself!Time will be spent singing songs about snow, creating winter crafts, playinggroup games and hearing stories. Provide a snack and drink for your childeach day. The class is a peanut restricted environment. No peanuts or nutproducts may be brought into the program. Save time on paperwork! Bringcompleted paperwork the first day of class! Forms can be found at Inst: Lori Adelman $52/$72Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56061 30mos-4yrs M/W/F 9:30-11:00A 12/02-12/13 2SpecializationDiscovery Kids Puterbugs 0Teach children how to respect technology as a learning tool, not just a toy!Backed by the experts of Discovery Kids, this interactive class teacheschildren in a fun, age appropriate way the full scope of technology in today’sdigital world. The program engages young minds as they learn importantliteracy and school readiness skills while promoting problem solving skills andcreative thinking. For more information, visit $87/$107 No class 2/12Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56716 3-6yrs W 1:00-1:45P 02/05-03/19 6Friday Night Fun 0,Kick the weekend off right! Stop by for singing, dancing and games! The nightwill focus on a specific theme and be filled with fun activities. Parent mustattend class with child.CRC Inst: Dianne Hirsch $11/$17Barcode Age Day Time Date56827 18mos-4yrs F 6:30-8:00P 01/10Fruits & Veggies to the Rescue! 0Who knew fruits and veggies could be so FUN? As parents we know fruitsand veggies are so important to our childrens’ health and nutrition. But gettingthem to eat their fruits & veggies isn’t easy. These programs tap into childrens’imaginations and love of superheroes to inspire them to “love and eat” theirfruits and veggies. Children will receive an Adventures Card for tracking theirtasting efforts and a special token that can be redeemed for a free treat ata local grocery store, restaurant or farmers market! You’ll never have to begyour children to eat their apples or carrots again! For more information,• SuperheroesClass includes drawing and dressing up as superheroes to battle the germguys and junk food, reading stories, making edible art out of fresh fruits andveggies, and tasting a variety of foods. The superheroes will build muscles atthe wacky workout gym. Children will make their own superhero masks.Barcode Age Day Time Date Locaion Fee57668 4-7yrs Sa 10:00A-12:00P 02/01 PSC $18/$27• Treasure HuntClass includes an ‘edible’ adventure hunt that involves tasting fruits andveggies while solving clues left by a veggie superhero at The Imagination Zoo,reading stories, drawing and dressing up as superheroes to battle the germguys and junk food, and making a superhero mask.Barcode Age Day Time Date Locaion Fee57667 4-7yrs Sa 10:00A-12:00P 02/22 PSC $18/$27Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201443

Early ChildhoodFun with Science 0Children will learn about the scientific process, learn science terms and participatein fun and amazing experiments. This class is taught by a teacher with ascience endorsement. Save time on paperwork! Bring completed paperworkthe first day of class! Forms can be found at Inst: Andrea Zito $25/$38Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56849 4-6yrs Tu 6:00-7:00P 01/28-02/18 4It’s a Potty Party and You’re Invited! 0This class provides a fun way to introduce the concept of potty-training. Learnpotty-time signs that represent five steps in using the potty. These five stepsand their sequential nature makes it easier and enjoyable for toddlers to learnthe potty time routine. Children will sing songs, play games and hear funnystories about using the potty. Parents will receive Baby Signs potty training tips.PSC $20/$30Barcode Age Day Time Date57186 1-3yrs Sa 3:45-4:30P 02/01Kid Rock & Tot Rock 0,Kid Rock is an energetic structured music and movement program that focuseson imaginative play, sensory integration, fine and gross motor movements,rhythm skills and socialization. Rhythm instruments and props used in classinclude maracas, tambourines, scarves, bean bags and parachute play. Newcurriculum is presented each session. Parents participate in Kid Rock I. KidRock II is without parent participation to encourage independence.Tot Rock is an introductory music and movement class with a large sensorycomponent. Each week children use rhythm instruments like hand bells andmaracas, play with props like a parachute and beanbags, and explore sensoryitems like bubbles and feathers. In addition to improving your tot’s newly-acquiredmotor skills, each class provides structured and unstructured time toencourage socialization and stimulate your tot. New curriculum presentedeach session.For information visit $69/$49 *$60/$40Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info56816 12-24mos Tu 9:15-9:55A 01/14-02/11 5 Tot Rock56818 20-36mos Tu 10:00-10:40A 01/14-02/11 5 Kid Rock I56820 3-4yrs Tu 10:45-11:25A 01/14-02/11 5 Kid Rock II56817* 12-24mos Tu 9:15-9:55A 02/25-03/18 4 Tot Rock56819* 20-36mos Tu 10:00-10:40A 02/25-03/18 4 Kid Rock I56821* 3-4yrs Tu 10:45-11:25A 02/25-03/18 4 Kid Rock IIKindermusik 0,Kindermusik is a unique class that blendsmusical exploration with the child’s development.Activities encourage social,cognitive and language development.Children experiment with movement andinstruments. Home material fee is required, non-refundable and paid tothe instructor on the first day of class.• Village - Cock-a-doodle Moo/Dew DropsThis class is a fun and musical way to bond with your baby, introduce simpleconcepts and instruments, and connect with other parents. Activities educateparents to stimulate your child’s brain development through music, movement,song, language, exercise and gentle massage. The $65 home material feeincludes two baby board books, music, two instruments and wall banners.Parent must attend class with child.CRC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $157/$177 No class 3/24Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56857 1-18mos M 10:45-11:30A 01/06-04/21 1556859 1-18mos M 5:00-5:45P 01/06-04/21 15• Our Time - Away We GoWith transportation as the theme, you and your child will begin to explorethe wonderful world of music and movement. This child-centered programencourages your child’s musical instincts and stimulates brain developmentthrough songs, creative dance, instruments, individual exploration andlanguage skills. The $55 home material fee includes music, two story books,a home activity book and two specially designed instruments. Parent mustattend class with child.CRC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $157/$177 No class 3/24Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56856 18-42mos M 9:30-10:15A 01/06-04/21 15• Imagine That! - Toys & TripsThis unit firmly integrates the learning process by placing a strong musicalemphasis on singing, steady beat and ensemble, rhythm and patterns.Participants will find a toyshop filled with boats, trains, balls, jack-in-the-boxand many other toys to bring a glimmer to your child’s eye. The $65 materialfee includes toy shop play set, music, two story books, family activity book, adrum and backpack. The $65 home material fee is non-refundable and is notincluded in tuition. Material fee is paid to instructor on the first day of class.Sibling kits available. Parent/caregiver must attend the last 15 minutes ofclass.CRC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $157/$177 No class 3/24Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56858 3-5yrs M 12:00-12:45P 01/06-04/21 15• Family Time - Make Way for Music!Families will sing, dance and move their waythrough an exploration of several elements of musicincluding beat and rhythm, concepts and contracts,the human voice, instrument families and ensemble.Participants will engage in developmentally appropriate activities that thewhole family can enjoy together including fingerplays, songs, circle dances,story time and family jam. The $55 materials fee includes two literature books,a matching game, music and two sensory balls. Parent must attend classwith child.CRC Inst: Jeanneane Palczewski $112/$122 2nd Child:$72/$92 3rd Child:$52/$72Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57455 12mos-5yrs M 6:00-6:45P 01/06-03/10 10Little Learners 0,Children will be exposed to art, science, music, letters and numbers throughliterature, games, activities and movement. Activities provided will broadenyour child’s knowledge of art, music, children’s literature, concept development,dramatic play, listening skills, nature, science and socialization. Parentmust attend class with child.CRC Inst: Sherri Page $47/$67Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56702 2-3yrs Th 1:00-2:00P 01/23-03/13 8Log On 2 Learning 0Introduce second to fifth graders to exciting, educational keyboarding adventures!Children will learn basic keyboarding skills, posture and techniquethrough language arts and spelling activities, time machine games that visitdifferent eras in time while discovering history, and an introduction to wordprocessing.CRC $97/$117 No class 2/12Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56717 7-11yrs W 3:00-4:00P 02/05-03/19 644 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Youth using academic software can help progress in school bydeveloping strong areas and building up weaker ones. Register for acomputer class for your tot! It’s just a mouse click away.– www.livestrong.comReading Readiness 0The Reading Center Inc. is offering classes instructed by certified readingspecialists. The classes are designed to strengthen students’ reading readinessskills through multi-sensory games and developmentally appropriate activities.Reading Readiness I classes focus on letter recognition, letter-soundcorrespondence, phonemic awareness and concept of print. The primaryfocus of Reading Readiness II is letter-sound correspondence and phonemicawareness. Children will have the opportunity to learn the beginning of reading.For more information, visit Save time onpaperwork! Bring completed paperwork the first day of class. Forms can befound at $94/$114 No class 2/12Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57181 5-6yrs W 10:15-11:00A 01/15-03/12 8 Lvl II57182 4-6yrs W 9:15-10:00A 01/15-03/12 8 Lvl ISign with Baby! 0,Do you wish you had a glimpse into what your baby is thinking, feeling orneeding? Baby Signs teaches babies simple gestures for communicatingwith parents and caregivers. Learn how to begin signing with baby, effectiveways to teach signs and ideas, songs and activities to make signing enjoyableduring daily routines! Signing reduces tears and tantrums, makes learning totalk easier and boosts self confidence. For more information, visit must attend class with child.PSC $26/$36Barcode Age Day Time Date57184 1mos-1yr Sa 2:30-3:30P 02/01Thursday Night Mania 0,Parent and child will have new and exciting art materials available each weekas the teacher acts as a guide through the creative art process. Dress for amess. After time is spent being creative, enjoy the large motor equipment.Children will be ready for bed after expending lots of energy in class! Parentmust attend class with child.CRC Inst: Annette Herrmann $65/$85Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56701 20mos-4yrs Th 6:30-7:45P 01/16-03/13 9Schaumburg Park District, with the help of local businesses, organizations and individuals, developedSafety Park to teach safety awareness to residents.Special Group ToursKen Alley Safety Park is open for tours mid-April to mid-October! Organize your play group, scout group, churchgroup and family and friends! A variety of safety programs areoffered for ages 3-7 including pedestrian, bicycle, playgroundand fire safety. Programs are offered at $40 per group of 5-15children, and $2 per additional child up to 20 children per tour.Safety Park group size maximum is 20 children. Tracklesstrain ride available for an additional fee. Call 847/490-7036Monday through Friday, 9AM-5PM, for availability.Birthday Parties atSafety ParkKen Alley Safety Park offers three uniquely-themed birthdayparties! Parties include a safety lesson, pizza, beverages,invitations, paper products and cake. See page 15 forinformation.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201445

PreschoolSchaumburg Park District Preschool is accredited by the National Academy for the Education of Young Children(NAEYC). Programs accredited by NAEYC’s National Academy of Early Childhood Programs have undergone acomprehensive process of internal self-study and invited external professional review to verify compliance with theCriteria for High-Quality Early Childhood Programs.2013-14 Preschool runs Sept. 3, 2013 to May 21, 2014Eligibility• All children must be able to take care of their own bathroom needs.• NO pull-ups, unless specifically stated in individual descriptions.Packets are available at the Pat Shephard Center or to Register• Registrations taken at Pat Shephard Center only.1. Completed packet2. Birth certificate3. Proof of residency4. $45 non-refundable registration fee and $50 applied to the tuition.Get Ready, Get Set, Go! Pre-PreschoolThis great transitional class prior to the fall 3-year-old programs followsthe preschool calendar for January through May. There is time for sharing,music, stories and art. Children in the process of potty training, but still inpull-ups may register. Payment can be made in-full or in scheduled payments.Children must be 30 months old by Sept. 1, 2013. Proof of residency,current physical and birth certificate necessary. Registrations taken atPat Shephard Center only.Age Day Time Date Wks Fee Location30mos Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P 01/07-05/13 18 $364/$418.60 PSCFREE - Early Childhood Family Fun NightThis special evening is for families with children ages 6 andyounger. Parents and children will have a great time exploringdifferent stations while experiencing interactive fun in the Meinekegym. Throughout the evening, there will be time to play games and usethe popular preschool fitness station where children test their strength andendurance on a treadmill, weight bench, cycle and elliptical machine. Thesnowball room will be back!Age Day Time Date Location Fee1-6yrs Tu 6:00-7:30P 02/25 MRC FREEFREE - A Taste of PreschoolSearching for a preschool? Bring your child and enjoy the preschoolexperience. Parents and children will take part in a mini preschool class. Therewill be time for a morning meeting, center exploration and creative art. Theclass will end with a musical activity. Parents will have an opportunity to askquestions while children are engaged in activities. Children must be between2½ and 4 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2014. Registration is required for thisfree class. Limited openings. Last day to register is Feb. 3, 2014. No siblings.*A Japanese speaking preschool teacher will be available for this class.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location56705 2½-4yrs W 9:15-10:15A 02/05 Bock56706 2½-4yrs W 10:30-11:30A 02/05 Bock56707 2½-4yrs W 9:15-10:15A 02/05 MRC56708 2½-4yrs W 9:15-10:15A 02/05 MRC56709* 2½-4yrs W 9:15-10:15A 02/05 PSC56710* 2½-4yrs W 10:30-11:30A 02/05 PSC56711 2½-4yrs W 9:15-10:15A 02/05 PSC56712 2½-4yrs W 10:30-11:30A 02/05 PSC56714 2½-4yrs W 9:15-10:15A 02/05 PSC56715 2½-4yrs W 10:30-11:30A 02/05 PSCPreschool ToursVisit preschool classrooms in action! Tours are approximately 45 minutes inlength and by appointment only October through April. Call the Pat ShephardCenter at 847/490-7036 to schedule a tour.Call 847/490-7036 for more information.46 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

3-Year-Old Preschool Programs• Children who will enter kindergarten in 2015 and 3 years old on orbefore Sept. 1, 2013 are eligible for the 3-year-old programs.• Children must be able to take care of their own bathroom needs. Nopull-ups unless specifically stated in individual descriptions.• Children will be assigned a specific day and time to meet their teacher.• Classes start the first Tuesday or Wednesday after Labor Day and endbefore Memorial Day.• Classes may be prorated.• Early LearnersPreschool classrooms provide a nurturing environment for your child’s firstlearning experience. Learning through play is a child’s principal means ofdiscovery. The InvestiGator Club curriculum allows the child the opportunityfor scientific exploration, problem solving and dramatizations within the securityof a child’s play. Children will enhance their social and language skills anddevelop independence. Some of the curriculum goals include following simpledirections, colors, shapes and name recognition. This class emphasizes thedevelopment of coordination needed for jumping, catching, stacking, gluing,drawing and cutting.Barcode Facility Days Time FeeBA32P BOCK Tu/Th 9:00-11:00A $707.20/813.20MA32 MRC Tu/Th 9:15-11:30A $793.56/$913.24MP32 MRC Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P $707.20/813.28PA32 PSC Tu/Th 9:30-11:30A $707.20/$813.28PA32a PSC Tu/Th 9:15-11:30A $793.56/$913.24PP32 PSC Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P $707.20/$813.28MA33 MRC M/W/F 9:15-11:45A $1248.00/$1435.20PA33 PSC M/W/F 9:15-11:45A $1248.00/$1435.00BP32 BOCK Tu/TH 12:00-2:00P $707.20/813.20The following classes are Flex Classes. Theses classes run three mornings withthe same teachers. You may register for two or three days, choose one of theoptions below.BA33 BOCK M/W/F 9:00-11:00A $998.40/$1148.16BA3W BOCK W/F 9:00-11:00A $676.00/$777.40PA33a PSC M/W/F 9:15-11:30A $1120.32/$1289.28PA3W PSC W/F 9:15-11:30A $758.55/$872.95The following classes are Flex Classes. Theses classes run four afternoons withthe same teachers. You may register for three or four days, choose one of theoptions below.PP33 PSC M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P $1029.60/$1184.04PP34 PSC M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:30P $1352.00/$1554.80• Ready for Preschool, Still in Pull-UpsThis delightful class follows the InvestiGator Club curriculum for the 3-yearoldprogram. Children who are in the process of potty training, but still need thereassurance of pull-ups may enroll. Parents must provide an emergency numberand be available to come within 15 minutes and change the child if he/she has abathroom accident.Barcode Facility Days Time FeeMP32P MRC Tu/Th 12:30-2:30P $707.20/813.20BA32P BOCK Tu/Th 9:00-11:00A $707.20/813.20• English and Japanese ThreesChildren fluent in either Japanese or English are welcome to register for thispreschool class. In this play environment, children will build social skills anddevelop independence. Following simple directions, colors, shapes, namerecognition, developing small motor skills such as cutting and gluing and largemotor skills are some of the curriculum goals. The caring teachers, one fluentin English and the other in Japanese, will promote many stimulating learningopportunities. Your child’s preschool experience will be enriched when he/sheattends this interactive class.Barcode Facility Days Time FeePA3J PSC Tu/Th 9:15-11:30A $793.56/$913.244-Year-Old Preschool Programs• Children who will enter kindergarten in 2014 and 4 years old on orbefore Sept. 1, 2013 are eligible for the 4-year-old programs.• Children must be able to take care of their own bathroom needs. Nopull-ups.• Children will be assigned a specific day and time to meet their teacher.• Classes start the first Tuesday or Wednesday after Labor Day and endbefore Memorial Day.• Children enrolled in kindergarten are not eligible for preschool.• Classes may be prorated.• Pre-Kindergarten InvestiGator ClubThe InvestiGator Club curriculum appeals to a child’s curiosity and sense ofwonder. It challenges children to think, solve problems, communicate and investigatetheir world. Through play, children gain independence, acquire basicreadiness skills in literacy, math, science, social studies, oral language, finearts and music. Field trips throughout the year enhance the child’s learning.If your child is ready to be an “investigator,” the following are available.Barcode Facility Days Time FeeMA42 MRC Tu/Th 8:45-11:30A $973.08/$1119.28BA42 BOCK Tu/Th 8:45-11:30A $973.08/$1119.28PA42 PSC Tu/Th 9:00-11:30A $884.00/$1016.60MA43 MRC M/W/F 8:45-11:30A $1373.76/$1580.16BA43 BOCK M/W/F 8:45-11:30A $1373.76/$1580.16PA43 PSC M/W/F 9:00-11:30A $1248.00/$1435.20PA43a PSC M/W/F 9:00A-12:00P $1468.89/$1689.60The following classes are Flex Classes. These classes run up to four afternoonswith the same teachers. You may register for one of the options below.MP43a MRC M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $1155.33/$1329.57MP43b MRC M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:45P $1517.10/$1745.90BP43a BOCK M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $1155.33/$1329.57BP43b BOCK M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:45P $1517.10/$1745.90PP42 PSC Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $793.56/$913.24PP43a PSC M/Tu/Th 12:30-2:45P $1155.33/$1329.57PP43b PSC M/Tu/Th/F 12:30-2:45P $1517.10/$1745.90• English/Japanese PreschoolChildren fluent in either Japanese or English are welcome to register for thispreschool class. The teachers, one fluent in English and the other in Japanese,will focus on developing kindergarten readiness skills including English lettersand letter sounds as well as numerals. Children will learn colors and shapesin both languages. The classroom teachers will provide class experiences richin both American and Japanese customs. This is a great class for Japanesechildren wishing to develop English language skills.Barcode Facility Days Time FeePA4J PSC M/W/F 9:00-11:30A $1248.00/$1435.20*Those enrolled in the English/Japanese morning class may add this specialfitness class.• Be Active, Be Healthy*Use those muscles to stretch and move! Each child should bring ahealthy lunch. This delightful class allows children to build healthybodies through lunch and play in the Creative Activity Room at CRC prior toreturning to PSC.Barcode Facility Days Time FeeBABH PSC M/F 11:30A-2:30P $948.60/$1091.20• Gateway to KindergartenThis five-day morning program is for the more mature child. The curriculumreflects Illinois Early Learning Standards. Children will develop kindergartenreadiness skills and self-confidence as they master math concepts, beginningwriting skills, story dictations and scientific problem solving through theInvestiGator Club curriculum. Your child’s learning experiences will beenhanced by exploring the community through field trips.Barcode Facility Days Time FeePA45 PSC M-F 9:00-11:30A $2132.00/$2451.80Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201447

General InterestAdult & TeenCrochetLearn a new hobby. Participants work at their own pace starting with basicstitches and advancing to more intricate ones. Students will make crochetsquares which can be connected into an afghan sampler. More experiencedcrocheters can take the class to get individual help with their own project orlearn more advanced techniques. A materials list will be provided prior to thestart of class.MRC $68/$88Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57390 18+ Th 7:00-8:30P 01/09-02/27 8Dog ObedienceTo participate in any level of the dog obedience program, dogs must be up-todateon all shots and be at least 5 months old. A six-foot leash and properly-fittedchain collar are required. Handlers must be able to control their dog.To be most successful in this course, it’s best to have one handler attend allsessions.Beginner - Dogs are taught to sit and down-stay while distracted and whenhandlers are out-of-sight, come immediately when called off-leash, heel withoutpulling, automatic sit and stand-stay for grooming.MRC Inst: Patti Howerton, Pals for Pups $150/$170Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57386 16+ M 6:45-7:45P 01/20-03/24 10 BeginnerGet your pup in the holiday spirit at Jingle Paws from Noon-2PM on Dec. 7.Activities include dog treat hunt, an agility course, photo with Santa, a freeplay area and a costume contest. See Special Events page 71 for details.Don’t miss the Canine Carnival from 11AM-1PM on April 5. Activities includegames, costume and trick contests, an agility course and a free playarea. See Special Events page 74 for details.Learn to Use a Digital Camera (Point & Shoot or DSLR)Learn how to operate all the functions on a digital camera including white balance,programmable shooting modes, ISO, file format, quality control and lightsettings. Learn about one push button settings that will automatically makeimages and videos look professional. No previous photographic experiencerequired. Participants must bring their camera and user’s guide to class. Theinstructor is George LeClaire, an award-winning staff photojournalist with theDaily Herald.Bock Inst: George LeClaire $50/$70Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57624 14+ Th 7:00-9:00P 02/13-02/20 2YouthAmerican Red Cross BabysittingThe purpose of the American Red Cross Babysitter’s training course isto provide individuals with the information and skills necessary to providesafe and responsible care for children. Combining video, activities, handsonskills training and discussion for a complete learning experience, classshows you how to respond to emergencies and illnesses with first aid; userescue breathing and other appropriate care; make decisions under pressure;communicate with parents to learn household rules; recognize safety andhygiene issues; manage young children; and feed, diaper and care for infants.Bring a sack lunch, a snack and a doll you can diaper. Certifications areissued through the American Red Cross and will be mailed to your homeaddress in 4-6 weeks.Bock $74/$94Barcode Age Day Time Date57355 11-15yrs Sa 9:00A-4:30P 01/1157356 11-15yrs Sa 9:00A-4:30P 02/1557357 11-15yrs Sa 9:00A-4:30P 03/15Dog Obedience - Puppy PreschoolThis class is designed to get a 2 to 4-month-old puppy off on the right paw.Emphasis will be on puppy socialization and obedience planned for their shortattention span. Topics covered include grooming, nail clipping, puppy play biting,house training, walking on a leash, approaching people politely, resourceguarding, and learning to be handled and petted by everyone. Class willinclude plenty of playtime. Don’t forget to take pictures for the puppy albumand bring a toy to be shared by everyone. All puppies must be up-to-date onall shots.MRC $31/$46Barcode Age Day Time Date57388 16+ M 7:45-9:00P 01/20Introduction to Amateur RadioThis class will prepare participants for the technical level FCC test. Theinstructors, who are all members of the Schaumburg Radio Club, will explaingeneral operation practices, amateur radio signals and equipment, propagation,and electrical and RF safety.CRC $30/$45Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57532 18+ Sa 9:30A-12:30P 02/08-02/22 348 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Being a babysitter is a great workout! All kids want to do is play sotake them to a park and play games in fresh air. Babysitters canspend time running around a park playing tag instead of spendingtwo hours on the treadmill.– teenenthusiasm.comCheckmate ChessNo previous knowledge of chess is necessary. Each class will consist of afun, interactive teaching period in addition to guided practice time. Due to thesmall size of the group, each child will receive plenty of personalized attention.Both new and returning participants are welcome and will get to the next levelunder the guidance of an experienced Chess Scholars coach. Children willhave the opportunity to test for a chess belt under a unique Chess Scholarssystem patterned after martial arts belts.Bock $100/$120Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57363 5-12yrs M 6:30-7:30P 01/27-03/03 6Chess Scholars Spring Break Chess CampEach class will consist of a fun interactive teaching period and guided practicetime. Both new and returning participants are welcome and will get to the nextlevel under the guidance of an experienced Chess Scholars coach. There willbe a chess competition with prizes! Each camper will take home a chess setand an award. Bring your own peanut free snack.Bock $175/$195Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57365 5-12yrs M-F 9:00A-12:00P 03/24-03/28 1Computer Game DesignThis class lets participants create and design their own computer games andanimated scripts. Learn to create background settings and characters, animatemovement and add sound effects. If you are new to this Computer GameDesign course, you will get started quickly. If you have previously attendeda course, a new game will be introduced so you will learn new techniques.Students will receive a USB drive with the game design software and gamesthey made to take home (not the computer).Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee Location57352 9-13yrs F 4:30-6:00P 02/21-03/14 4 $95/$115 MRCFor Home Schoolers57353 9-13yrs Th 1:30-3:00P 02/20-03/13 4 $95/$115 CRCEarth QuestAn exciting and educational program that will encourage participants to appreciateour natural environment and be more responsible earth citizens. Learnabout topics as diverse as the rainforests, carbon footprint, eco systems,renewable energy resources and marine pollution. Experiments, games andactivities will make these classes a fun learning experience. All participantswill be provided with an information packet, games and crafts.Bock $42/$62Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57418 7-10yrs Th 5:15-6:15P 01/09-01/30 457420 7-10yrs Th 5:15-6:15P 02/13-03/06 4Register at www.parkfun.comSchaumburg Park District | | Winter 2014Everyday ScienceThis program will inspire a lasting interest in science by studying everydayhappenings and objects. Questions from ‘How does toothpaste get intothe tube?’ to ‘How do cellphones work?’ are some that will be askedand answered. Explore the fascinating world of science through simpleexperiments, games and more!Bock $42/$62Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57416 7-10yrs W 5:15-6:15P 01/08-01/29 457417 7-10yrs W 5:15-6:15P 02/12-03/05 4I Love Number$This program will encourage participants to apply basic math skills likeaddition, subtraction, multiplication, division and estimation to solve real lifeproblems. Numbers will come to life in interesting and challenging ways.Participants will learn how numbers apply to managing money and time asthey discover ‘Money Math’ and ‘Time Concepts.’Bock $42/$62Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57413 7-10yrs Th 4:00-5:00P 01/09-01/30 457414 7-10yrs Th 4:00-5:00P 02/13-03/06 4LEGO Mindstorm Robotics: Level 2This class is the second in a series of robotics classes using Lego Mindstormswhere students will work as a team to create programs and build robots thatrespond to sound, light and touch. Students will learn mechanical design,building techniques, programming, teamwork skills, advance programming conceptsand usage of sensors. This class is ideal for children interested in roboticcompetitions such as FIRST LEGO League. No prior experience is necessary.Participants will not be allowed to take computer or LEGO robot home.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee Location57351 9-13yrs F 4:30-6:00P 01/17-02/07 4 $95/$115 CRCFor Home Schoolers57354 9-13yrs Th 1:30-3:00P 01/16-02/06 4 $95/$115 CRC49

General InterestLEGO ® Mindstorms Robotics Winter Break Mini-Camp:Invasion of the RobotsPick your team as a defender of the secret base station or invader from theplanet TOBOR! Children in pairs will build and program a LEGO MindstormsRobot to either defend the secret base camp or seek out and discover thecamp to invade and capture the base station’s central power station. Learnmechanical design, building techniques, programming and teamwork skills.Participants will not be allowed to take the computer or robot home.Bock $50/$70Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info56179 9-13yrs Th-F 10:00A-12:00P 12/26-12/27 1 Mini-CampLog On 2 LearningIntroduce second to fifth graders to exciting, educational keyboarding adventures!Children will learn basic keyboarding skills, posture and techniquethrough language arts and spelling activities, time machine games that visitdifferent eras in time while discovering history, and an introduction to wordprocessing.CRC $97/$117 No class 2/12Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks56717 7-11yrs W 3:00-4:00P 02/05-03/19 6Winter & Spring Break CampsSee page 76 for information.Magic ClassAmaze family and friends with tricks involving cards, ropes, coins and mindreading. Children will discover these tricks are easy to perform! All materialsare provided and each child will receive a magic kit to take home. New trickstaught each class.Bock Inst: Gary Kantor $21/$31Barcode Age Day Time Date57359 5-12yrs M 5:00-5:55P 02/03Strategy Games Spring Break CampHave fun learning and playing non-video games. This class is an excitingopportunity for your child to develop logic, problem solving and planningskills. Participants will learn two or three skill based games each class. Bothteam and individual games will be played. There will also be tournaments andprizes.Bock $120/$140Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57369 7-11yrs M-F 1:00-2:30P 03/24-03/28 1Young Writers’ WorkshopParticipants will be introduced to children’s prose, poetry and drama. Classwill include interactive sessions on different genres of writing, illustrating andbasic tools and techniques of creative writing. Participants will develop a keeninterest in reading and writing.Bock $42/$62Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57411 8-12yrs W 4:00-5:00P 01/08-01/29 457412 8-12yrs W 4:00-5:00P 02/12-03/05 450 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Kids CookingAll food and supplies are included in these hands-on, fun-filled classes. Multipletreats are made each class. Bring a container to carry treats home.Bock Inst: Joanne Walker *ages 4-5 w/parent• Kids Kooky Cooking SeriesChildren will learn to make everything from after school snacks to newmeal ideas. This class is perfect for the new chef in the house!Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57376 6-12yrs F 4:00-5:30P 01/24-02/14 4 $52/$72• Valentine SweetsValentine’s Day is not complete until you have your sweets! Learn tomake fun and edible treats to take to school parties or for family andfriends.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57377 6-12yrs F 6:00-7:30P 02/07 $29/$4357378* 4-5yrs M 6:00-7:30P 02/10 $29/$43• St. Patrick’s Day FunEveryone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! Make delicious treats in green,gold and shamrocks.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57379 6-12yrs F 4:30-6:00P 03/14 $29/$4357380* 4-5yrs M 6:00-7:30P 03/17 $29/$43• Spring GoodiesIf you are tired of boring cupcakes, this class is for you! Make cupcakesin different shapes and sizes. These are perfect ideas for your nextparty!Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57382* 4-5yrs M 6:00-7:30P 04/07 $29/$4357381 6-12yrs F 6:00-7:30P 04/11 $29/$43Be the next Emeril! When kids help prepare food in the kitchen, theyboost their math skills including counting, weighing, measuring andestimating through the use of recipes.– everydaylife.globalpost.comCake DecoratingLearn the delicious art of cake decorating. By the end of class, children willcomplete a delicious and spectacular dessert that may just be too awesometo eat. All supplies are included. Bring a container to bring home tasty treats!Cake recipes and icing may share equipment with peanuts, corn syrup or treenuts. All recipes contain gluten.• Polar Bear CupcakesChildren will learn how to create super adorable polar bears made withcupcakes, cake pops, sugar drops, buttercream and coconut.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee Location57337 4-12yrs Sa 10:00-11:00A 01/18 $21/$31 Bock• Love Pup Treat PopsParticipants will make brownie heart pops resembling cute puppies forValentine’s Day using frosting and fondant. Each child will take home twotreats.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee Location57338 4-12yrs Sa 10:00-11:00A 02/08 $21/$31 Bock• Rainbow Trout CupcakesParticipants will decorate colorful cupcake fishes made with frosting,M&M’s and gum drops. Each child will bring home three cupcakes.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee Location57339 4-12yrs Sa 10:00-11:00A 03/15 $21/$31 BockCake Decorating for Home Schoolers• Snowman Cake PopsChildren will make cute snowmen using cake pops, melted chocolate,gumdrop hats, fruit rollup scarves and fondant faces. Each child willbring home three cake pops.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee Location57345 6-14yrs Th 1:30-2:30P 01/23 $21/$31 CRC• Valentine TreatsParticipants will make Valentine treat pops by layering cake and buttercream,and adding candy garnish to create a little bug. Each child willbring home one treat.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee Location57346 6-14yrs Th 1:30-2:30P 02/13 $21/$31 CRC• Sunshine CupakesParticipants will design sunny cupcake toppers using cookie cutters, fondant,sprinkles and frosting. Each child will take home three cupcakes.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee Location57347 6-14yrs Th 1:30-2:30P 03/20 $21/$31 CRCSchaumburg Park District | | Winter 201451

Golf in SchaumburgKeep up-to-date with Schaumburg Golf Club and Walnut Greens Golf Club 401 N. Roselle Road • Golf/Pro Shop: 847/885-9000The 27-hole championship design offers a different layout each month, utilizing each course. If you don’t have time to play the 18-hole course, tee itup at Walnut Greens, the District’s 9-hole par 3. SGC offers a full-service practice range with practice putting and chipping green.The Schaumburg Golf Club has been host to the United States Open Qualifying, Illinois State Open Championship Qualifying, Illinois StateAmateur Qualifying and many Illinois PGA events. Play the course the top golf associations have chosen to host their championship events.Take your game to another level at the Academy. The Academy offers individual lessons and custom clinics tailored to meet your goals. OurAcademy coaches are trained to bring your game to its peak performance.The Schaumburg Golf Club is dedicated to excellence. Call one of the professional staff members at 847/885-9000 to answer your questions.Walnut Greens 1150 N. Walnut Lane • Golf/Pro Shop: 847/490-7878Walnut Greens is a 9-hole, par 3 course. This shorter course is a great place for beginners or those working on their short game skills. Men’s,women’s and junior leagues are available. Lessons, clinic and special events are also offered throughout the summer.Golf ShopThe golf shop offers a variety of specialservices, club repair, custom ordersand professional golf instruction. Thehelpful sales staff will assist in findingwhat you’re looking for. Watch for greatsales throughout the season.Corporate MeetingsThe clubhouse features many optionsfor a special meeting or seminars. Avariety of audio/visual equipment isavailable for your convenience. Call847/885-9009 for room rates andavailability.Gift CardsSchaumburg Golf Club gift cards makegreat gifts for any occasion. They areavailable for any dollar amount anddon’t expire. Gift cards may be appliedtoward a round of golf, merchandiseand lessons.Golf Outing PackagesThe Schaumburg Golf Club is pleasedto offer a full range of golf outingaccommodations, including dinnerpackages. Call Chandler’s for Schaumburg Golf Club401 N. Roselle Road, Schaumburg(1/2 mile south of Higgins Road)Gift CertificatesAvailable!Grille & ChophouseServing Dinner Nightly - during golf seasonWhether your plans include a quick salad, sandwich or an elegant dinner,Chandler’s is the place.Operated by Ala Carte Entertainment, a leader in the hospitalityindustry for more than 29 years, the restaurant offers a menu featuringout-of-this-world appetizers, homemade soups, garden salads, primesteaks and chops, fresh seafood and daily specials.HoursIncluding Holidays• Dinner: Nightly.......................... 4-9PM• Breakfast: Sat & Sun......... 8-10:30AMDuring golf season• Lunch: Daily...................... 11AM-4PMApril 1 - Nov. 30Friday Night FishFry$10.99 perpersonBegins at4PMNewly Renovated Banquet & BallroomWhatever the season, the golf course will lend its unique ambience to your special day. The classic Frank Lloyd Wright prairiestyle design distinguishes this splendid private event facility. The majestic main hall, which features a cathedral ceiling and apanoramic view of the beautifully landscaped course, accommodates up to 350 guests. On the second floor, elegance aboundsfor smaller functions including corporate meetings and private dinners.Ala Carte Entertainment will assist you in planning a menu tailored to your needs. A personal appointment regarding your functionmay be scheduled by contacting the banquet staff, 847/490-7074.• Wedding Receptions • Corporate Meetings and Luncheons • Rehearsal Dinners • Anniversary, Birthday and Holiday Parties • Graduation Parties• Retirement Parties • Special Occasions and Social Events • Golf Outings • Bridal and Baby ShowersReservations: 847/885-9009 Banquet info: 847/490-7074www.chandlerschophouse.com52 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Health and FitnessAdultAqkwontae - Water KickboxingFitness kickboxing is taken to the water to provide a great cardiovascularworkout! Participants will use low-impact kickboxing techniques against water’snatural resistance to lose weight and inches while toning muscles. Bringa swimsuit, towel and a water bottle.CRCBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57230 18+ Tu/Th 9:00-9:50P 01/07-01/30 4 $50/$7057231 18+ Tu/Th 9:00-9:50P 02/04-02/27 4 $50/$7057232 18+ Tu/Th 9:00-9:50P 03/04-03/27 4 $50/$70BeMovedBeMoved is a new dance fitness class designed to inspire participants toembrace dance as a lifelong means to health. See page 33 for information.BODYPUMPBODYPUMP is a 60-minute workout that challenges all major muscle groupsusing the best weight room exercises. Burn up to 600 calories per class,improve strength, shape and tone muscles and improve bone density.Location: See belowBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee Location57236 16+ Th 6:15-7:15P 01/02-02/06 6 $37/$55 MRC57237 16+ F 9:30-10:30A 01/03-02/07 6 $37/$55 MRC57238 16+ Sa 9:15-10:15A 01/04-02/08 6 $37/$55 CRC57233 16+ M 6:15-7:15P 01/06-02/03 5 $31/$46 CRC57234 16+ Tu 6:15-7:15P 01/07-02/04 5 $31/$46 MRC57245 16+ W 9:15-10:15A 01/08-02/05 5 $31/$46 CRC57235 16+ W 6:15-7:15P 01/08-02/05 5 $31/$46 MRC57239 16+ M 6:15-7:15P 02/10-03/24 7 $43/$63 CRC57240 16+ Tu 6:15-7:15P 02/11-03/25 7 $43/$63 MRC57246 16+ W 9:15-10:15A 02/12-03/26 7 $43/$63 CRC57241 16+ W 6:15-7:15P 02/12-03/26 7 $43/$63 MRC57242 16+ Th 6:15-7:15P 02/13-03/27 7 $43/$63 MRC57243 16+ F 9:30-10:30A 02/14-03/28 7 $43/$63 MRC57244 16+ Sa 9:15-10:15A 02/15-03/29 7 $43/$63 CRCSchaumburg Park District | | Winter 2014Couch to CardioIf you’ve wanted to try a group fitness class but felt too awkward or out ofshape to try, then this class is for you! Learn how to move the body to becomestronger and more fit.MRCBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57269 18+ M/W/Th 5:20-6:05P 01/02-02/06 6 $101/$12157270 18+ Th 5:20-6:05P 01/02-02/06 6 $37/$5557267 18+ M 5:20-6:05P 01/06-02/03 5 $31/$4657268 18+ W 5:20-6:05P 01/08-02/05 5 $31/$4657273 12+ M/W/Th 5:20-6:05A 02/10-03/27 7 $126/$14657271 18+ M 5:20-6:05P 02/10-03/24 7 $43/$6357272 12+ W 5:20-6:05P 02/12-03/26 7 $43/$6357274 18+ Th 5:20-6:05P 02/13-03/27 7 $43/$63Fit Quest: Life in MotionLet personal trainers and other fitness professionals guide you along the path tohealth and wellness. Start with a fitness assessment to determine your baselineand then trainers will design a program specifically suited to your fitness needs.There will be several sessions designed to give you the tools to keep you movingtoward your health and wellness goals.CRC $180/$200*Each participant will set up individual training sessions with the trainer one time per week.Barcode Age Day & Time Date Wks57601 All Ages Various* 01/06-02/24 8Fitness MMA ConditioningThis program uses the conditioning methods of MMA professionals to enablemen and women to achieve the lean, fit body of an MMA fighter. Staff will leadparticipants through a total body workout that will help develop strength andburn fat. Every class consists of drills from MMA disciplines including aerobicexercises such as shadow boxing and footwork, anaerobic exercises such aspunching/kicking focus mitts, and grappling bags in muscle-building resistanceexercises. The class is non-contact between participants, but contactwith mitts and exercise equipment is used.MRC $72/$92Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57247 15+ Su 9:00-10:00A 01/05-02/09 6 $72/$9257248 15+ Su 9:00-10:00A 02/16-03/30 7 $72/$9253

Health and FitnessIndoor/RPM CyclingCycle your way to a healthy body. This group fitness class held on indoorcycling bikes, riding to the rhythm of powerful music, will have you losinginches and toning your muscles while having a great time. Take on the terrainas you are led through hills, flats, mountain peaks, time trials and intervals.For your own comfort, you may want to purchase a gel seat. Bring water and atowel. A heart rate monitor is optional.*RPM: Indoor cycling to the rhythm of powerful music. Take on the terrainas you are led through hills, flats, mountain peaks, time trials and intervals.Created by Les Mills, the same people who brought you BODYPUMP.Sign up for a second class and receive a 15% discount off additional class.Indoor Cycling:Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee 15% Disc.57249 14+ Th 7:00-8:00P 01/02-02/06 6 $37/$55 $32/$4757251 14+ Sa 9:00-10:00A 01/04-02/08 6 $37/$55 $32/$4757252 14+ M 5:45-6:45P 01/06-02/03 5 $31/$46 $27/$3957253 14+ M 7:00-8:00P 01/06-02/03 5 $31/$46 $27/$3957256 14+ W 7:00-8:00P 01/08-02/05 5 $31/$46 $27/$3957261 14+ M 5:45-6:45P 02/10-03/24 7 $43/$63 $37/$5457262 14+ M 7:00-8:00P 02/10-03/24 7 $43/$63 $37/$5457263 14+ W 7:00-8:00P 02/12-03/26 7 $43/$63 $37/$5457258 14+ Th 7:00-8:00P 02/13-03/27 7 $43/$63 $37/$5457264 14+ Sa 7:45-8:45A 02/15-03/29 7 $43/$63 $37/$5457260 14+ Sa 9:00-10:00A 02/15-03/29 7 $43/$63 $37/$54RPM*:Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee 15% Disc.57250 14+ Sa 7:45-8:45A 01/04-02/08 6 $37/$55 $32/$4757254 14+ Tu 5:45-6:45P 01/07-02/04 5 $31/$46 $27/$39StrollerobicsSpend time with your child and enjoy adult time, too! Grab your tot and astroller and get ready to roll. Your child will enjoy the ride while you’re improvingyour strength and endurance. Wear gym shoes. Bring water and a sturdystroller for your child. No umbrella strollers.*Tuesday at SC, Friday at MRCBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee Location57279* 18+ Tu/F 9:30-10:45A 01/03-02/07 5 $68/$88 MRC/SC57278 18+ F 9:30-10:45A 01/03-02/07 6 $37/$55 MRC57277 18+ Tu 9:30-10:45A 01/07-02/04 5 $31/$46 SC57282* 18+ Tu/F 9:30-10:45A 02/11-03/28 7 $86/$106 MRC/SC57280 18+ Tu 9:30-10:45A 02/11-03/25 7 $43/$63 SC57281 18+ F 9:30-10:45A 02/14-03/28 7 $43/$63 MRCThe benefits of Strollerobics are numerous! Participants will seeimproved mood, better sleep, increased energy and a stronger body.Grab your tot, a sturdy stroller and get rolling!– ChiTai Chi is a health exercise and martial art. Develop an awareness of thebody, mind and spirit. Movements are executed slowly and precisely to learnproper body alignment. Gain a sense of well-being.MRC $67/$87Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57489 16+ Sa 10:15-11:15A 01/11-03/15 10 Beg57490 16+ Sa 11:30A-12:30P 01/11-03/15 10 AdvTotal Body BalanceTotal Body Balance is a class designed for anyone interested in improvingbalance while also strengthening core and developing long, lean muscles.Participants will play with a variety of equipment including weights, bands,Bosus, stability balls and their own body weight during this balanced, totalbody workout!CRC $37/$55Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57602 18+ Tu 5:00-6:00P 01/07-02/11 6Training with KettlebellsKettlebell training blends strength, flexibility, balance and cardiovascularfitness in one easy class with one simple tool.STP $136/$156Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57197 18+ M/W 6:30-7:15P 01/06-02/12 6 Level 257198 18+ M/W 7:15-8:00P 01/06-02/12 6 Beg.57199 18+ Tu/Th 6:30-7:15A 01/07-02/13 6 Level 257200 18+ Tu/Th 7:15-8:00A 01/07-02/13 6 Beg.57201 18+ M/W 6:30-7:15P 02/17-03/26 6 Level 257202 18+ M/W 7:15-8:00P 02/17-03/26 6 Beg.57203 18+ Tu/Th 6:30-7:15A 02/18-03/27 6 Level 257204 18+ Tu/Th 7:15-8:00A 02/18-03/27 6 Beg.Triathlon TrainingImprove your swimming, running and biking whether you’re considering tryinga triathlon for the first time or a seasoned veteran. Coached by triathlon veteranswho understand the joys, benefits and challenges of training for triathlonswhile balancing work and family. For more information, contact coach DeanHewson at Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57205 14+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 01/07-02/11 6 $47/$6757206 14+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 02/18-03/25 6 $47/$6754 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Youth/Teen FitnessSee Teens section, page 68, for teen fitness programs.Weekly Yoga at the CabinEnjoy a weekly yoga class in the woods. Nurture your mind and body in thisrustic setting and connect with nature. Parking is available at the MerkleCabin. Bring a yoga mat and small blanket. You are welcome to bring yourown straps and blocks. Previous yoga experience is necessary for level 2.Merkle Cabin $105/$125Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57372 18+ Tu 6:00-7:00P 01/07-03/11 10 Level 157373 18+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 01/07-03/11 10 Level 257374 18+ Th 6:30-7:30P 01/09-03/13 10 Level 157375 18+ Th 8:00-9:00P 01/09-03/13 10 Level 2Yoga: VitalityBeginning and continuing level students are welcome. Yoga is great forstress reduction, relaxing stretching, energizing breathing practices, dynamicstrengthening postures, increasing flexibility and improved overall health. Ifyou walk a mile briskly and get up or down on your knees with ease, this classis for you. Bring a yoga mat, yoga block and smile. Instructor has 33 years ofexperience in yoga and holistic health.CRC Inst: Sandhya Matthews $132/$152Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57300 18+ W 6:45-7:45P 01/08-03/26 12Saturday Yoga Multi Level ClassBeginning and continuing level students are welcome. Yoga is great forstress reduction, relaxing stretching, energizing breathing practices, dynamicstrengthening postures, increasing flexibility and improved overall health. Youcan move with more calmness, ease and stability with the practice of yoga.Wear loose clothing. Bring a yoga mat and smile.CRC Inst: Carol Steinke $142/$162Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57299 18+ Sa 9:00-10:00A 01/04-03/29 13Belly Dance Fitness & Belly Dance Combos andChoreographyPerfect for all skill levels, these classes focus on learning and perfecting basicbelly dance technique and combining moves into fun combinations that workyour body and your mind! See page 33 for details.ZUMBADance your way to a fitter you with exciting and unique Latin moves andrhythms. Enroll in more than one class and recieve a 20% discount.CRC *MRCBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee 20% Disc.57286 14+ Th 7:30-8:30P 01/02-02/06 6 $62/$82 $50/$6657285* 14+ Sa 8:30-9:30A 01/04-02/08 6 $62/$82 $50/$6657287 14+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 01/07-02/04 5 $52/$72 $42/$5857290 14+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 02/11-03/25 7 $72/$92 $58/$7457288* 14+ Sa 8:30-9:30A 02/15-03/29 7 $72/$92 $58/$7457289 14+ Th 7:30-8:30P 02/13-03/27 7 $72/$92 $58/$74Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201455

Health and FitnessFitness Unlimited Winter Schedule Jan. 2 - March 30The schedule is subject to change. Visit CRC, MRC, STP or for current schedule.Participants 14 years and older can purchase punch cards that will allow access to a variety ofaquatic and land group fitness classes at several locations. Participants purchasing their punchcards Nov. 25 - Jan. 1 will receive the early bird discounted price. Punch cards may be purchasedat the regular price beginning Jan. 2. A 50% discount will be offered to participants on additionalpunches if they originally purchased the 36 punch card (limited one-time discount per session).This discount is only offered if the participant purchases extra punches within the same sessionthat they purchased the 36 punch card. The 50% discount on additional punches does not applyto the yearly passholder rates. Participants wishing to attend back-to-back classes can utilize the2-for-1 option where only one punch is required for two classes back-to-back on the schedule.Please note: In order to participate and use equipment in aqua fitness classes, allparticipants must pay and wear a wristband. A pool pass does not include free aquafitness classes. Participants that have an SPD membership photo ID card can have their punchesFreeCLASSESJan. 2-8added to their card. New participants will need to have their photo takenprior to the start of classes. Unused punches may be carried forward into thefollowing sessions. The replacement cost for a lost ID card is $10. FitnessUnlimited classes may be cancelled due to low attendance. No refunds will begiven for unused punches.Fitness Unlimited Class Use FeeWithout CardFitness Unlimited classes may be taken without thepurchase of a punch card. The regular land and aquaaerobic class use fee at all fitness facilities is $5.50/class for residents and $6/class for non-residents. Thefee must be paid at the front counter before each class.Proof of residency must be shown.Program participants are encouraged to bring their owntowel.Land Group Fitness:CRC847/490-2505AMPMMonday9-10AMKick, Punch, Crunch•Studio 110-11AMPiYo•Studio 15:45-6:15PMCore and More•Studio 16:15-7:15PMCardio Sculpt•Studio 1Tuesday9-10AM4x4 Fierce Fusion•Studio 110:15-11:15AMBasic Training•Studio 16:15-7:15PMTotal Body Strength•Studio 1Wednesday9-10AMLean and Limber•Studio 310-11AMYoga Fusion•Studio 35:45-6:15PMResist-A-Ball•Studio 16:15-7:15PMKick, Punch, Crunch•Studio 1Thursday9-10AMR.I.P.P.E.D.•Studio 110:15-11:15AMBasic Training•Studio 16:15-7:15PMCardio Sculpt•Studio 1Friday9-10AMTabata Boot Camp•Studio 19-10:15AMYoga Revolution•Studio 310-11AMKick, Punch, Crunch•Studio 1Saturday8-9AMBasic Training•Studio 1Sunday9:30-10:45AMTotal Body Strength•Studio 111AM-12:15PMWarrior Workout•Studio 1MRC847/985-21436-6:45AMTabata Boot Camp8:40-9:40AMCardio Combo9:45-10:45AMCore and More6-6:45AMKick, Punch, Crunch8:40-9:30AMBasic Training8:40-9:40AMStep Circuit9:45-10:45AMCore and More5:15-6PMLean & Limber6-6:45AMCore and More8:40-9:30AMBasic Training8:40-9:30AMCore and MoreLand Fitness4x4 Fierce Fusion - This high intensityclass gives the building blocks needed tocreate a leaner, stronger you. Class includesfour blocks of four exercises repeated fourtimes: jump squats with medicine ball,squats with bands, leaps, jump rope, utilizingthe step, bosa ball and ballast ball for cardioand strength, and heavy dumbbells.Basic Training - No fancy flourishes, juststraight-forward cardiovascular and strengthconditioning integrated to increase overallfitness.Cardio Combo - A mix of heart-rateboosting styles of exercise ending withstretching and core strength. All fitnesslevels.Cardio Sculpt - Get and STAY in shapewith this intense boot-camp style workout!You will be challenged with a variety ofagility, strength, plyometric, core and cardiodrills to get your body ready for anything.Intermediate to advanced exercise levelsrecommended.Core and More - A resistance training classthat targets the abdominal, back, glutealmuscles and MORE! You never know whatthe MORE will be, but it will burn caloriesand leave you with a fitter frame! All fitnesslevels welcome.Kick, Punch, Crunch (KPC) - A 60-minutecardio kickboxing workout combined withcore strengthening that blasts calories andleaves you feeling stonger, firmer and fit.Lean and Limber - Borrowed from dance,this 60-minute workout will focus on core,legs and glutes. This class combines floorexercises, toning at the barre and a cardiosegment. No dance experience necessary.PiYo - A unique class designed to buildstrength and gain flexibility. The moves fittogether with intense choreography that isfun, challenging and will make you sweat.It’s about energy, power and rhythm.Think sculpted abs, increased overall corestrength and greater stability.Resist-A-Ball - Chisel and firm coremuscles using the fitness stability balls.Upper and lower body exercises will beincorporated.R.I.P.P.E.D. - Experience this total body“plateau proof fitness formula” workoututilizing resistance and cardio training! Theclass combines resistance, intervals, power,plyometrics and endurance components.Participants will attain and maintain theirphysique in ways that are fun, safe andextremely effective.Step Circuit - This interval training classmixes step and strength training.Tabata Boot Camp- Minutes matter in thisuncomplicated, intense format. Timed intervalsof power, agility, cardio, strength andisometric exercises are combined to helpachieve goals and push you even further.Total Body Strength - This powerful classuses strength training, plyometrics and coreexercises to define muscles and increasecalorie burning capacity.Warrior Workout - Get your heart pumpingwith a 30-munute high energy kickboxingroutine; then enjoy a fun 30-minute yogasequence designed to improve muscularendurance, balance and flexibility.Yoga Fusion - Demystify yoga for effectiveexercise emphasizing lengthening, balance56 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

14yrs +Early Bird Rates res. Non Res.12 Punches.................................. $ 54.00......$ 66.0024 Punches.................................. $102.00......$127.2036 Punches.................................. $145.50......$183.60Regular Rates res. Non Res.12 Punches.................................. $ 57.00......$ 69.6024 Punches.................................. $108.00......$132.0036 Punches.................................. $158.40......$189.00Yearly Passholder RatesSchaumburg Park District Fitness Center YearlyMembership Passholders receive 50% off FitnessUnlimited Card regular rates.res. Non Res.12 Punches.................................. $28.50........$34.8024 Punches.................................. $54.00........$132.0036 Punches.................................. $79.20........$95.40Aqua Fitness:The Water Works847/490-2505AMMonday6:10-7:10AMAqua Step7:30-8:20AMAqua Motion9-10AMDeep Dynamics1-1:50PMAqua MotionTuesday6:10-7:10AMDeep Dynamics7:30-8:30AMDeep Dynamics7:30-8:30AMAqua Step9-10AMAqua StepWednesday6:10-7:10AMPower Splash7:30-8:20AMAqua Motion9-10AMDeep Dynamics1-1:50PMAqua MotionThursday6:10-7:10AMDeep Dynamics7:30-8:30AMDeep Dynamics7:30-8:30AMBody Sculpting9-10AMBody SculptingFriday6:10-7:10AMDeep Dynamics7:30-8:20AMPower Splash9-10AMDeep Dynamics1-1:50PMAqua MotionSaturday7:30-8:20AMPower Splash8:30-9:30AMDeep DynamicsSunday8-9:30AMPower SplashPM6:45-7:45PMPower Splash6-7PMDeep DynamicsSTP847/884-06789-10AMPower Splash5:30-6:30PMAqua Motion6-7PMPower Splash9-10AMPower Splash5:30-6:30PMAqua Motion4-5PMPower Splash6-7PMPower Splash9-10AMAqua Intervaland strength. Yoga Fusion blends traditionalexercises with yoga techniques.Yoga Revolution - This class combines thebest of both worlds, cycle and yoga! Startoff with a heart-pumping cycle workoutand then cool-down with a flowing, yogaworkout. Experience the benefit of acardiovascular workout while also improvingmuscular endurance, balance and flexibility.Aqua Fitness(Aqua shoes are recommended)Aqua Interval - A cardio workout combinedwith higher intensity intervals to boost heartrate and burn muscles.Aqua Motion - Easy to follow, low-impactwater aerobics combined with range ofmotion movements for a fun water workout.(Level 1)Aqua Step - A low impact cardio workoutin the shallow pool utilizing an aqua stepwhich is used to increase intensity. Classincludes strength training with tubes andbuoyant dumbbells. (Level 1-2-3)Body Sculpting - A cardio and strengthworkout combined. Class begins witheasy to follow, low-impact water aerobicsfollowed by toning exercises using a varietyof aqua equipment.Deep Dynamics - This non-impact workoutwill take you to the depths of your fitnesstraining! Held in the deep water with aidof buoyancy equipment, this workout usesmaximum water resistance. (Level 2-3)Power Splash - An invigorating workoutthat is high on energy and low on impact!Performed in shallow water, this workout includescardiovascular and strength training,and stretching for a total body workout! Allfitness levels welcome. (Level 1-2-3)Prenatal/Postpartum - Designed to toneand strengthen while increasing flexibility.Aqua exercise will increase energy and decreasestress. Exercise right up to deliveryand return as soon as the doctor permits forbest results. No swimming skills needed.This class is geared not only toward womenwho are pregnant or postpartum, but alsotoward any woman who is interested infocusing on core strength. (Level 1-2)Each class can be taught to fit yourindividual fitness level.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201457

Home School & KASPERFitness and AthleticsHome School Gym & TurfStay active, have fun and meet new friends during an open gymdesigned for home school children. Gym and field sports equipmentwill be available to create your own fun, shoot baskets, and play catch, socceror volleyball. This is not instructor-led, it is a parent-supervised program. Registrationor daily fee and gym shoes are required.SC $24/$36 per family Daily drop-in fee: $4/$6 per childBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks57392 4-14yrs F 12:30-2:00P 01/10-03/21 11Home School PE: Swim & HealthThe winter session focuses on introduction to sports, skill developmentand health. The first part of class will be spent with activitiesin the gym. The second half of class will be spent in the pool. Dress in gymclothes and bring a swimsuit and towel.CRC $58/$78 Additional children: $46/$66 eachBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks57391 6-17yrs Th 11:30A-1:00P 01/09-03/13 10Home School Group Swim InstructionChildren will learn stroke development and other basic water safetyskills. Participants may be grouped based on age and ability level.Participants must also be registered for Home School PE: Swim & Health.WW $25/$38 Additional children: $20/$30 eachBarcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57394 6-12yrs Th 12:30-1:00P 01/09-03/20 11 Beg57395 6-12yrs Th 12:30-1:00P 01/09-03/20 11 IntProgramsHome School Naturalist Group ProgramsSpring Valley Nature Center and Heritage Farm are the perfect places forhands-on, exploration based science programs. See page 67 for details. Formore information, call 847/985-2100.Home School Private Piano LessonsAdd the joy of music instruction to your curriculum with private lessons. Seepage 38 for details.Cake Decorating for Home SchoolersLearn the delicious art of cake decorating. All supplies are included. Cakerecipes and icing may share equipment with peanuts, corn syrup or tree nuts.All recipes contain gluten. See page 51 for information.Computer Game DesignParticipants will create and design their own computer games and animatedscripts. See page 49 for information.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Location57353 9-13yrs Th 1:30-3:00P 02/20-03/13 4 CRCLEGO Mindstorm Robotics: Level 2This class is the second in a series of robotics classes using Lego Mindstormswhere students will work as a team to create programs and build robots thatrespond to sound, light and touch. See page 49 for information.Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Location57354 9-13yrs Th 1:30-3:00P 01/16-02/06 4 CRCHome Schoolers! Make Thursdays at the CRC a fun and educational “off-campus” experience.KASPER Before & After School Child CareDeveloped specifically for the school-aged child, KASPER provides care for children attending District 54 elementary schools. Activities include arts and crafts,sports, games, creative play, board games and more. A quiet area is provided for children who wish to do homework.AM care is from 7AM until the start of school. PM care is from the end of school until 6PM.The Schaumburg Park District offers morning and afternoon care at Aldrin, Blackwell, Campanelli, Collins, Dirksen, Dooley, Enders-Salk, Hale, Hoover andNerge schools. Space is limited to 60 children per day, per school. If your child’s base school is at maximum capacity for PM KASPER, the Schaumburg ParkDistrict will transport your child from their base school to the Community Recreation Center for PM care.Kindergarten KapersThis program is specifically designed for the kindergarten child who needs extended care when District 54 is in session. This delightful class offers a variety ofage-appropriate activities including arts and crafts, outdoor play, Wii, DDR, board games and much more. (5 day only)Requirements: 5 years old by Sept. 2013 and enrolled in kindergarten at one of the following District 54 schools: Aldrin, Blackwell, Campanelli, Collins,Dirksen, Dooley, Enders-Salk, Hale, Hoover or Nerge.Dates:Follows District 54’s school calendarTimes: AM: M/TU/TH/F........... 8:30AM-12:20PM PM: M/TU/TH/F............ 11:30AM-3PMW.......................... 8:30AM-12:05PMW........................... 11:15AM-2:30PMLocation: AM Kapers is held at the Community Recreation Center, 505 N. Springinsguth Road.PM Kapers is held at the Bock Neighborhood Center, 1223 W. Sharon Lane.Schaumburg Park District will transport children to their base school after AM Kapers. Children will be picked up at their base school by Schaumburg ParkDistrict and brought to Bock Neighborhood Center for PM Kapers.If care is needed prior to 8:30AM, AM KASPER is available at the Community Recreation Center from 7-8:30AM. If care is needed after PM Kapers, PMKASPER is available at the child’s base school. Schaumburg Park District will transport children from Bock to their base school for PM KASPER.Call 847/252-2888 for more information.58 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

SeniorsThe Senior Center at CRC - Open Weekdays, 9AM-5PMDaily ActivitiesMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday• Billiards: 8-11:30AM.• Pinochle: 8:30AM-2:30PM.• Canasta: 9AM-2PM.Bring your lunch.• Poker: 10AM-3:30PM.• Bocce: 10AM. “LawnBowling”• Pinochle: 8:30AM-2:30PM.• Table Tennis: 9-11AM.• Billiards: 8-11:30AM.• Pinochle: 8:30AM-2:30PM.• Poker: 10AM-3PM.• Bocce: 10AM. “LawnBowling”• Free health clinic 2ndWednesday: 11AM-Noon.• Bingo: Noon-2PM.• Table Tennis 9-11AM.When callingthe seniorcenter, useextension 2012.• Billiards: 8-11:30AM.• Pinochle: 8:30AM-2:30PM.• Poker: 10AM-3PM.• Bocce: 10AM. “LawnBowling”Free coffee, and use of refrigerator and microwave available daily.Public TransportationThe Senior Center is accessible through the Schaumburg Township Transportation Department’s senior citizen minibus, 847/882-1929; Dial-a-Ride, 847/352-8097 and cab service.Bocce, Horseshoes and ShuffleboardCourts are located on the north lawn of the CRC for drop-in play 9AM-4PM, Monday - Friday (weather permitting).Supplies and equipment may be checked out at the Senior Center.Pool PlayersTwo pool tables are available for play. Play 8AM-5PM, Monday through Thursday and 8AM-4PM, Friday.Senior Tab le t ennis ClubRecreational play is 9-11AM, Tuesday and Thursday at CRC. Beginners are welcome. Get active and meet people.On the first dayof registration,you can onlysign-up yourselfand two others.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201459

SeniorsSupport local talent! Attend a Schaumburg Park District theater production.The Schaumburg Park District puts on a production each season at the Community Recreation Center. Come out and enjoy great entertainment performed bylocal talent. If you would like to try acting, consider auditioning for an upcoming performance. See page 34-35 for information.Senior ProgramsDriver’s Safety ProgramCompletion of this defensive driving course sponsored by AARP allows youto receive a discount on car insurance. You must attend both days to becertified. Reservations are required.CRC $12 AARP members $14 non-membersAge Day Time Date Days55+ M/Tu 12:00-4:00P 01/20 & 01/21 255+ M/Tu 12:00-4:00P 03/17 & 03/18 2Free - Rules of the Road Review CourseIn cooperation with the Secretary of State of Illinois, this refresher courseenables senior citizens to successfully complete their driver’s license renewalexamination. There is no charge for this service. New Rules of the Road bookand student workbooks will be issued.CRC FreeAge Day Time Date55+ M 10:00A-12:00P 02/03Free - Newcomers WelcomeTuesdays, Jan. 21 & March 18 • 11AM-NoonNew to the area? Recently retired? Curious about what the Senior Centerhas to offer? Come to the CRC and learn about activities for seniors at thismeeting. Refreshments served. Call 847/490-7026 to make an appointment.Let’s Do Lunch (EXTRA)Lunch Club is expanding to the winter for the first time. Enjoy lunch at wonderfulChicagoland restaurants. There will be a $10 fee for the bus. Price of lunchis not included.Meet at CRC $10Barcode Age Day Time Date Location57528 All Ages F 10:30A-2:30P 01/17 TBD57529 All Ages F 10:30A-2:30P 02/21 TBD57530 All Ages F 10:30A-2:30P 03/07 TBDLuncheonsSeville Christmas PartyCelebrate the holidays at the Seville. There is always great food, a free raffleand entertainment, so spend the day enjoying holiday cheer. Seating arrangementscan be made at the time of registration. Sign-up early as tickets go fast.Seville Banquet Hall, 700 Barrington Road, Streamwood $35Barcode Age Day Time Date56589 All Ages Th 11:30A-3:00P 12/12Mardi Gras LuncheonEnjoy lunch in the newly renovated Senior Center. The Mardi Gras inspiredfood will be provided by Inglenook Catering. The luncheon includes entertainmentand a few surprises.CRC $19Barcode Age Day Time Date57531 55+ Tu 11:30A-3:00P 03/04Register at www.parkfun.comDrop-in Adult PickleballPickleball is a combination of ping pong, tennis and badminton. It is easy tolearn, provides plenty of exercise and is played on a badminton court. Youdon’t have to be strong, quick, athletic or good at other sports. This game isnot about power, but shot placement and accuracy. For more information, callthe Sport Center at 847/891-1266.Age Day Time Start Date Fee Location18+ W 9:00A-12:00P 01/08 $3/person or $5/couple SC18+ Th 12:00-3:00P 01/02 $3/person or $5/couple SC18+ F 6:00-9:00P 01/03 $5/person SCSt. Patrick’s LuncheonEveryone is a lil’ bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. The Irish feast will includecorned beef, cabbage and soda bread. Try your hand at the St Pat’s triviagame and win a prize. Dance a jig to plenty ‘o’ Irish music!CRC $19Barcode Age Day Time Date57665 All Ages Th 11:00A-3:00P 03/13Shoe system: 1 shoe: little or no walking • 2 shoes: some walking • 3 shoes: moderate walking • 4 shoes: maximum walking60 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Club 55Jan. 2 - March 30See pages 56-57 for Fitness Unlimited schedule.Club 55 exercises are designed for active participantsage 55 and older. Classes include cardio, toning,stretching and relaxation. Participants can purchasepunch cards that allow access to a variety of aquaticand group fitness classes. Participants purchasing theirpunch cards Nov. 25 - Jan. 1 will receive the early birddiscounted price. Punch cards may be purchased atthe regular price beginning Jan. 2. A 50% discount willbe offered to participants on additional punches if theyoriginally purchased the 36 punch card (limited onetimediscount per session). This discount is only offeredif the participant purchases extra punches within thesame session that they purchased the 36 punch card.Participants wishing to attend back-to-back classescan utilize the 2-for-1 option where only one punch isrequired for two classes back-to-back on the schedule.No refunds will be given for unused punches.FreeCLASSESJan. 2 - 8Please note: In order to participate and use equipmentin aqua fitness classes, all participants mustpay and wear a wristband. A pool pass does notinclude free aqua fitness classes. Participants thathave an SPD membership photo ID card can have theirpunches added to their card. New participants will needto have their photo taken prior to the start of classes.Unused punches CAN be carried forward into the followingsessions. The replacementcost for a lost ID card is $10. Club55 classes may be cancelled dueto low attendance.CRC847/490-2505AMPMMonday9-10AMStrong Heart andBody•Gym10:30-11:30AMSenior Yoga•GymTuesday9-10AMTai Chi•Gym10-11AMCardio Conditioning•Gym10-11AMTai Chi (Beg/Int)•Studio 2Wednesday9-10AMStrong Heart andBody•Gym10:30-11:30AMSenior Yoga•GymGroup Fitness DescriptionsCardio Conditioning - Burn calories and increase energy with low impact cardioexercises.Senior Yoga - Gentle stretching and yoga positions to increase flexability.Strong Heart and Body - This class will strengthen the entire body including the heartusing bands, balls, cardio moves, stretching and strengthening.Tai Chi - This class originated in China as a martial art and requires you to move yourbody slowly, gently and with awareness while breathing deeply. Improve posture andbalance and gain more control over your body and ability to perform everyday activities.Aqua FitnessAvailable by purchasing the Aqua Card. See Fitness Unlimited section.Thursday9-10AMTai Chi•Gym10-11AMCardio Conditioning•Gym10-11AMTai Chi (Beg/Int)•Studio 3Friday9-10AMCardio Conditioning•Gym10:30-11:30AMSenior Yoga/Tai Chi•GymSaturdaySundayClub 55 RatesEarly Bird RegularRes/Non-Res Res/Non-Res12 Punches......$ 40.80/$ 52.80.... $ 44.40/$ 56.4024 Punches......$ 75.60/$ 99.60.... $ 81.60/$105.6036 Punches......$106.20/$142.20.... $113.40/$149.40BeMovedBeMoved is a new dance fitness experience designed toinspire participants to embrace dance as a lifelong means tohealth, joy and fulfillment. See page 33 for information.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201461

SeniorsDay Trips, Vacation Trips and Senior Citizen ActivitiesTrips leave from the CRC Senior Center. Schaumburg residency is not required. Flyers are available for most trips. For additional information,call the Senior Center 9AM-4PM, Monday through Friday, 847/490-7026, ext. 2012. Payment in full is due at time of registration.Shoe system: 1 shoe: little or no walking • 2 shoes: some walking • 3 shoes: moderate walking • 4 shoes: maximum walkingDay TripsAll trips meet at Senior Center. Return times are approximate.Behind the Scenes Tour of the Lyric Opera HouseParticipants will experience the magic of the Lyric Opera House by goingbehind-the-scenes. The tour will cover wardrobe, wigs, make-up, scenery andthe orchestra. A catered box lunch will be provided at the opera house.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57695 All Ages Su 10:15A-3:30P 03/09 $58Blue Man GroupBlue Man Group is best known for its award-winning theatrical productions.Critics have described as ground-breaking, hilarious, visually stunning andmusically powerful. These performances feature three enigmatic bald andblue characters who take the audience through a multi-sensory experience.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57689 All Ages Su 12:30-7:00P 01/12 $80The Fireside presents Solid Gold SixtiesFrom the creator of last season’s Sizzlin’ 60’s, comes a brand new tribute toa time that defined a generation and changed the music scene forever. SolidGold 60’s continues the journey with music and comedy from the era’s biggestnames including The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones and TheSupremes. Relive the Vegas sound of Sinatra and his Rat Pack, and pay homageto great comedy and variety TV shows including Laugh-In, The SmothersBrothers and Sonny and Cher.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57526 All Ages W 8:30A-6:30P 01/29 $89The Fireside presents Mary PoppinsThe Fireside is proud to be the first professional theatre in Wisconsin to presenta sparkling new production of this beloved Tony Award-winning musical.The world’s favorite “practically perfect” nanny comes alive on the Firesidestage serving up more than a spoonful of delightful music, dancing and laughterthat will transport and enchant audiences of all ages. The production ofMary Poppins features all the well-known songs, high-stepping dancing and atreasure chest full of magic and mirth. The whole family will enjoy this dazzlingand beautiful musical fable!Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57527 All Ages Th 8:30A-6:30P 03/20 $89Four Winds Casino TripParticipants will travel to the Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo, Mich. for aday of gambling. Trip includes bus ride, $15 on a players card and $10 towardslunch.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57690 21+ M 8:00A-6:00P 02/17 $3557691 21+ M 8:00A-6:00P 03/24 $35Frank Lloyd Wright and MoreTrip will feature a walking tour of Frank Lloyd Wright homes in Oak Park andthe Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. Lunch will be at Winberies. The tripwill conclude with a visit and tour of Unity Temple.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57686 All Ages M 8:30A-5:00P 03/10 $72Tommy Guns GarageBack by popular demand! The audience will be transported back to the roaring20s to Tommy Gun’s Garage, an audience interactive ‘speakeasy’ which offersa musical comedy revue with gangsters and flappers. A delicious lunch isincluded. Lunch choices will be offered during registration.Barcode Age Day Time Date Fee57666 All Ages W 11:15A-5:30P 03/19 $62Overnight TripsDoor County ExcursionFor information and pricing, contact the Senior Center at 847/490-7026.ParkFun Appfor iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and AndroidDeveloped in partnership with62 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Spring valleyVera MeinekeNature CenterThe earth-sheltered visitor center provides anintroduction to Spring Valley’s 135 acres of restoredprairies, woodlands and wetlands and threemiles of trails. The center contains natural historyexhibits that change seasonally, the demonstrationBackyard for Wildlife, an observation tower,classrooms, an extensive library, gift sales area andrestrooms. For more information, call 847/985-2100.Volkening Heritage FarmStep back into the past for a look at Schaumburg asit was in the 1880s – a rural German farm community. Help with seasonal farmchores, participate in family activities and games of the 1880s, or simply visitthe livestock and soak in the quiet. Authentically dressed interpreters welcomeand share activities with visitors throughout the site. For more information, call847/985-2102.Plum Grove RoadSchaumburg RoadVolkeningHeritage FarmVera MeinekeNature CenterSpring Valley135 acresSpring Valley is a refuge of 135 acres of fields, forests, marshes and streamswith over three miles of handicapped-accessible trails, a museum featuringnatural history displays and information, and an 1880s living-history farm.Spring Valley is open to the general public. Admission is free.NHours All facilities closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.Grounds and Trails: Open Daily.......8AM-8PM Volkening Heritage Farm: Closed Dec. 1 - Feb. 28Nature Center/Museum Hours:Farm Interpretive Program Hours:Year Round............Daily.......................... 9AM-5PMNov. - March Open for Special Events OnlyUnless otherwise noted, all programs are held rain or shine.Participants should dress appropriately for weather conditions.April 1 - Oct. 31 Sa/Su........................ 10AM-4PMTu-F........................... 9AM-2PMM............................... Buildings ClosedEnvironmental Outreach ProgramAll ages are encouraged to take advantage of SpringValley’s environmental education programs. From earlychildhood through adult, participants will learn from andenjoy our seasonal encounters with nature. Program specifics, correlationsto appropriate standards, and activity sheets are available for download Programs at the Nature CenterEarly childhood, school, scout and adult groups areencouraged to take advantage of Spring Valley’senvironmental education programs. Programs changeseasonally and are geared for specific age groups.Correlations to the appropriate standards and activity sheets are availableat Programs at the FarmLearn local history with a visit to the Heritage Farm. Elementary studentsrecreate farm life in the 1880s with Hands on History and Heritage Quest.Preschoolers get hands-on with farm animals in A Proper Home forHenrietta. Kindergarten and first graders explore the farm and learn wherefood comes from historically and today in Farms and Food.Scout BadgesSpring Valley scout programs can help with badge, pin or patchrequirements. For more information, call 847/985-2100, or stop in for a brochure.Spring Valley Birthday PartiesLooking for a unique, fun and educational venue for your child’s birthday?Spring Valley is the answer! Two party themes are available. A hayride canbe added for an extra fee. See page 15 for details.Spring Valley Firepit and Shelter RentalsMake your next scout group, business or family gathering something special!Spring Valley offers the use of a picnic shelter and fire pit in a wooded settingnear the Merkle Log Cabin. Use of the site includes firewood, trash/recyclingreceptacles and benches, as well as picnic tables. No alcohol or amplifiedmusic permitted. Restrooms are available at the Heritage Farm or the NatureCenter, a 5-10 minute walk. The adjacent Merkle Log Cabin contains a restroomand may be rented for additional fees.Hourly use fees:Residents:........................... $25Non-residents:..................... $40Spring Valley HighlightsSpring Valley Holiday BazaarSaturday & Sunday, Nov. 30 & 31 • 10AM-4PMSpecial Events page 70 for details.Christmas in the ValleySaturday & Sunday, Dec. 7 & 8 • Noon-4PMSpecial Events page 71 for details.Sugar Bush FairSaturday & Sunday, March 15 & 16 • 9AM-NoonSpecial Events page 74 for details.Civic groups:..............................$25Corporate/business groups:.......$55Horse Drawn Wagon Rentals at the FarmHorse drawn wagon rentals are available at the Heritage Farm (weatherpermitting). For information or to book a group ride, call Heritage Farm at847/985-2102.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201463

Spring valleyFor TeachersGrowing Up Wild: Early Childhood TeacherWorkshopRegister for a hands-on workshop designed for early childhood educators.Growing Up Wild builds on a child’s sense of wonder about natureand invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them. Have funwith crafts, music, reading and math, and receive an activity guide that iscorrelated to the NAEYC Early Childhood Standards and the Head StartDomains. Register early because guides need to be ordered.NC $30Barcode Age Day Time Date57333 18+ Sa 9:00A-12:00P 01/11Project Learning Tree: Educators’ WorkshopProject Learning Tree is an award-winning environmental educationprogram designed for teachers, scout leaders, parents and communityleaders working with youth from pre-school through grade 12. Enjoy a funfilled day in which you’ll learn how to use the activities and receive a copyof the PLT K-8 curriculum guide with 96 interdisciplinary activities. Bringa lunch. A light breakfast and snacks will be provided. Scholarships areavailable. For more information, contact Mary at $45Barcode Age Day Time Date57335 18+ Sa 9:00A-3:00P 01/25Early Childhood Educators’ ComboThis is a full day workshop especially for you! Receive two nationallyacclaimed curricula, Project Learning Tree Environmental Experiencesfor Early Childhood and Growing Up Wild. Both build on a child’ssense of wonder about nature and invite you to explore nature throughart, music, science inquiry, math, reading and health. Both books arecorrelated to the NAEYC standards, Head Start Domains and theEnvironmental Education Guidelines for Excellence. Register earlybecause books need to be ordered. Bring a lunch. A light breakfast,refreshments and snacks will be provided. Scholarships are available.For more information, contact Mary at $50Barcode Age Day Time Date57332 18+ Sa 9:00A-3:00P 02/08AdultBlacksmithing for BeginnersWarm yourself by the red glow of the forge as you learn the hearty skills of theblacksmith. In this beginner’s course, participants will learn the basics of metalworking and take home a sample of their labors.HF $40/$50Barcode Age Day Time Date57226 18+ Su 1:00-4:00P 03/02Cheese MakingParticipants will make cheese from start to finish using milk. They will makeboth hard and soft cheeses while learning the history and science behind oneof our favorite foods.HF $18/$25Barcode Age Day Time Date57227 16+ Su 12:00-4:00P 03/23Weekly Yoga at the CabinEnjoy a weekly yoga class in the woods. Nurture mind and body in this rusticsetting and connect with nature. Parking is available at the Merkle Cabin.Bring a yoga mat and small blanket. Participants are welcome to bring theirown straps and blocks. Previous yoga experience is necessary for level 2.Merkle Cabin $105/$125Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Info57372 18+ Tu 6:00-7:00P 01/07-03/11 10 Level 157373 18+ Tu 7:30-8:30P 01/07-03/11 10 Level 257374 18+ Th 6:30-7:30P 01/09-03/13 10 Level 157375 18+ Th 8:00-9:00P 01/09-03/13 10 Level 2ParkFun Appfor iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and AndroidDeveloped in partnership with64 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

All AgesFree - Heaven’s WatchJoin Chicago Astronomical Society members as they set their telescopes fora peek at the winter skies. Programs begin in the Nature Center. If weatheris inclement, slides or a video will be shown. There will be no program inFebruary.NC No Heaven’s Watch in Feb.Age Day Start Time Date InfoAll ages Sa 8:00P 01/04 Comet ISONDeer WatchDo you find deer fascinating? Do you wish you knew more about them? Deerare often active at dusk, so it’s a great time to watch for them. The programwill meet at the Nature Center before hiking out to look for deer. Even if noneare seen, there may be signs of them. After the deer watch, class will delveinto the lives of deer in a variety of ways.NC $6/$9Barcode Age Day Time Date57331 5+ F 4:00-5:30P 01/03Early ChildhoodLincoln, Logs and LoreIt’s Abraham Lincoln’s birthday! Take a hike to Spring Valley’s log cabin, reada Lincoln story, make a Lincoln craft and play with Lincoln logs (which arenamed after him). What a fun way to spend a cold February afternoon! Meetat the Nature Center and dress for the weather.NC $6/$9Barcode Age Day Time Date57590 4-6yrs W 3:00-4:30P 02/12Nature and WinterGet outside and experience nature in winter. Children will explore the worldaround them, focusing on the season’s beauty. Class will take a walk usingtheir senses of sight, smell, sound and touch.NC $5/$6Barcode Age Day Time Date57334 4-7yrs Su 1:30-2:30P 02/23Star TimeAs the stars begin to arrive for the evening, come to Spring Valley for natureactivities that revolve around the night sky. Class will read stories and playgames before looking for stars outside. Parents need to accompany little onesso you can shine together.NC $8/$12Barcode Age Day Time Date57362 4-7yrs Sa 4:30-6:00P 01/18FamilyThe following programs have a special family rate. By registering ONEchild, it is assumed that a minimum of two people (one adult and child)or a maximum of four people are attending. Do NOT register additionalpeople; they may pay on the day of the program.Nature StoriesNature and stories go hand in hand. There are many stories to tell and booksto read. Puppets make them even more fun. Bring your favorite stuffed animal,snuggle down and enjoy stories about nature. Fee is for families up to four.Additional participants may pay at the door.NC $8/$12 per family $3/$4 per add’l family member at the doorBarcode Age Day Time Date57589 4-7yrs Su 1:30-2:30P 03/09A FEW HELPFUL REMINDERS: Spring Valley programs run rain or shine, so dress appropriately! Pre-registration is required for MOSTprograms, but register early. With the exception of certain programs noted above, programs may be cancelled three days in advance dueto insufficient registration. If the program provides for time-of walk-in registration, please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes early to register.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201465

Spring valleySpring Valley Holiday Bazaar - Saturday & Sunday , Nov. 30 & Dec. 1 • 10AM-4PM • Nature CenterThe Nature Center becomes a festive holiday gift shop for two days as numerous vendors of hand-crafted items display their unique creations. Admission isfree. Event is sponsored by the Spring Valley Nature Club.Snowshoe Rentals Available:Beginning Dec. 1Experience the beauty of the winter landscape in a new way! The following rental policies apply:• There must be at least four inches of snow on the ground before rentals will be made available.• First-time renters will be asked to view a short videotape on the proper way to use snowshoesprior to taking them out.• A rental application and liability waiver must be filled out at the Nature Center Visitor Center.• A driver’s license or some other form of ID is required as deposit.• Rental rate is $4 for a maximum of three hours for use at Spring Valley.• Rentals are available on a first-come, first-served basis from 9AM until 3PM. All rentals mustbe returned by 4:30PM.• Special youth group rates are available after 3PM on weekdays. Call to inquire. No youthgroups on weekends.• To take snowshoes off site, a deposit of $50 is required. The cost is $10 per day.Call 847/985-2100 for more information.Leave your hiking boots at home! Lace up your snowshoes andburn more calories than walking, running and cross country skiing.Snowshoers can burn between 420 to 1,000 calories per hour.– www.snowshoes.comSnowshoe RambleIf there’s enough snow, participants will strap on snowshoes andexplore Spring Valley from a different perspective - off the trail. Ifthere’s no snow, exploration will continue anyway! The hike will befollowed with a story and hot chocolate. Activities are designed for familieswith children age 5-12.NC $10/$15 per family $2.50/$3 per individual or add’l family member at the doorBarcode Age Day Time Date57349 5+ Sa 1:00-2:30P 02/01Sundown Supper in the Sugar BushLate winter in the Sugar Bush is an exciting time of year. It’s when the maplesap starts flowing and the air is filled with the smells of spring’s approach andthe maple syrup boildown! Bring your family out to experience this time-honoredtradition by helping tap some maple trees, gather sap and tend the boildown.Finally, you’ll get to enjoy a pancake ‘supper’ at the Cabin with real maple syrup.This is a unique opportunity to participate in a more intimate version of SpringValley’s popular Sugar Bush. Meet in the Plum Grove parking lot.Merkle Cabin $30/$45 per family $7.50/$10.75 per add’l family member at the doorBarcode Age Day Time Date57368 3+ Sa 4:00-6:00P 02/22Winter Campfire in the CabinBrave the winter chill for an evening of fun around the fireplace. After meetingat the Nature Center, enjoy a short hike through the woods down to MerkleLog Cabin. Participants will tell stories, sing a few songs, enjoy hot chocolateand even practice pioneer skills!Merkle Cabin $10/$15 per family $3/$4 per individual or add’l family member at the doorBarcode Age Day Time Date57393 4+ F 6:30-8:00P 01/03Winter Habitats: Spring Valley StyleSpring Valley is lucky to have many beautiful habitats. Explore the prairie, wetlandand woodland to discover their amazing diversity. Attend one session (orall three) to enjoy the beauty of the land during the middle of winter.NC $10/$15 per family $3/$4 per individual or add’l family member at the doorBarcode Age Day Time Date Info57396 5+ Sa 3:00-4:30P 02/01 Prairie57397 5+ Su 3:00-4:30P 02/23 Wetland57398 5+ Su 3:00-4:30P 03/09 WoodlandWinter: Solstice CelebrationHelp celebrate the first day of winter as the shortest day of the year gives wayto the longest night. Learn a little about the science behind the solstice andways ancient societies honored the day. Class will spend a bit of time outdoorson a walk to the log cabin to light the Yule fire, toast the fire with warmdrinks and listen to a story.NC $15/$20 per family $4/$5 per individual or add’l family member at the doorBarcode Age Day Time Date57399 4+ Sa 3:00-5:00P 12/2166 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

YouthAnimal SurprisesWhere are all the animals? Explore the answer searching the prairie, wetlandsand woodlands of Spring Valley. Will you find deer or coyote? Maybe mice andvoles will scurry through the grasses. What feathered friends will fly overhead?Who’s been to the water for a drink? Pretend you’re an animal who isfull of surprises. Winter is a great time to discover what’s around you.NC $8/$12Barcode Age Day Time Date57588 8-12yrs Sa 2:30-4:00P 01/18Dolls, Dolls, DollsDolls have always been very important to girls. Experience how little girls in formeryears used their imagination to make dolls out of things around them. Makethree different historic dolls to take home and play with whenever you want.HF $12/$18Barcode Age Day Time Date57228 8-10yrs Su 1:00-3:30P 03/09Hot Cocoa and Cookies at the FarmhouseNothing staves off a cold winter day like rich, hot cocoa and fresh out ofthe oven cookies. No canned ingredients here. Learn how to make thesedelightful treats from scratch with all natural ingredients! Each child must beaccompanied by an adult. You need to only register the child.HF $14/$21Barcode Age Day Time Date57229 5-8yrs Su 1:00-3:00P 02/23School Day-Off Field TripDon’t know what to do on your day off? Chicago is full of wonderful museumswith activities just waiting for you to enjoy. Join Spring Valley staff and explore adifferent museum each day. Bring a sack lunch and meet at the Nature Center.Meet at NC $36Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57336 7-12yrs F 9:00A-4:00P 01/17 Peggy NotebaertNature Museum57343 7-12yrs M 9:00A-4:00P 01/20 Lincoln Park Zoo57344 7-12yrs M 9:00A-4:00P 02/17 Chicago History MuseumSpring Valley Winter Break CampChildren will spend three days exploring Spring Valley. Campers will trackanimals, look for birds, experiment with snow and snowshoe (if there’s enoughsnow). Dress appropriately for the weather. Bring a sack lunch each day.NC $80/$100 No camp 12/24 & 12/25Barcode Age Day Time Date Days55511 7-12yrs M/Th/F 9:30A-2:30P 12/23-12/27 3Spring Valley Spring Break CampWhile taking a break from school, spend some time at Spring Valley as springapproaches and the days become a little warmer. A day will be spent cookingover an open fire at the log cabin. The other days will be spent exploring trailsand looking for signs of animals. Campers will make crafts, play games andlearn about the animals at Spring Valley. Dress appropriately for the weather.Bring a sack lunch.NC $105/$125Barcode Age Day Time Date Days57350 7-12yrs M-F 10:00A-2:00P 03/24-03/28 5Entice WorkshopSaturday, Feb. 15 • 8:30AM-3:30PMWinter may appear to be a time of inactivity in the natural world, but theappearance is deceptive. Join staff from Spring Valley Nature Center asthey teach the interrelationships of organisms during winter. Targetedto educators of grades four through 10, this workshop will includediscussions of species adaptations, the physical environment, biotic andabiotic factors affectingpopulations and takean observation hike.Supplemental educationalmaterials and activitieswill be provided anddemonstrated throughoutthe day. ContinuingProfessional DevelopmentUnits are available. Thisworkshop is part of theENTICE (Environmentand Nature TrainingInstitute for ConservationEducation) program fromthe Illinois Department ofNatural Resources.Home School Naturalist GroupProgramsLooking for an educational outing for your home school group? Spring ValleyNature Center and Heritage Farm are the perfect places for hands-on, explorationbased science programs. Offerings change seasonally, so check theprogram guide regularly.This winter the following topics are offered:• Biscuits and Butter - Learn about 19th century farm life as you cook on thewood burning stove and churn your own butter.• Fossils - Dig deeper into the world of geology. Study real fossils up close,go on a simulated fossil dig and make a replica fossil to take home.• Kitchen Chemistry - Transform an everyday kitchen into a chemistry lab.Conduct experiments on pH, acids and bases, density and more.• Energy Sources - Discover basic physics concepts with hands-on demonstrationsof wind, solar and geothermal energy. Participants will also make asimple car to take home.• Available every winter: Conservation in Action, Woodlands, Owls:Predators of the Night, Winter Ecology, Farms and Food, Nighttime NatureFor more information about programs and pricing, or toschedule a program, call 847/985-2100.A FEW HELPFUL REMINDERS: Spring Valley programs run rain or shine, so dress appropriately! Pre-registration is required for MOSTprograms, but register early. With the exception of certain programs noted above, programs may be cancelled three days in advance dueto insufficient registration. If the program provides for time-of walk-in registration, please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes early to register.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201467

Teen & Youth4th-6th Grade Sports NightGet out of the cold and get active inside the Sport Center! Tablegames, relay races, basketball and a DJ will be available. Enjoy anight out playing sports. Concessions will be available to purchase.SC $14Barcode Age Day Time Date57604 9-12yrs F 6:30-8:30P 01/175th and 6th Grade Valentine’s Day BlastCelebrate Valentine’s Day, one of the sweetest days of the year, with friends.Activities include games, dancing and crafts. Concession will be available forpurchase. Wear something red and get ready for Valentine’s Day fun.CRC $16Barcode Age Day Time Date57605 10-12yrs F 6:30-9:00P 02/145th and 6th Grade Spring Break Beach PartyThink spring and fun! It’s the last day of school before a week away. Celebratewith friends vacation style. Come dressed in shorts and flip flops. Get ready tohave fun with a DJ, games and activities.CRC $16Barcode Age Day Time Date57606 10-12yrs F 6:30-9:00P 03/21FitnessJr. High Weight ConditioningLearn how to properly workout using a combination of cardiovascularand weight training. Work with STP’s personal trainer toenhance muscle tone and improve cardiovascular endurance.STP $80/$100Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks57209 12-13yrs Tu/Th 4:30-5:30P 01/07-02/13 657210 12-13yrs Tu/Th 4:30-5:30P 02/18-03/27 6Programs3rd and 4th Grade Sunday Night Funday NightHang out and enjoy pizza, drinks, games, Wii, music and a movie. Participantswill be supervised and must pre-register for this event. Come enjoy thenight before a day off of school at Bock!Bock $10/$15Barcode Age Day Time Date57400 8-11yrs Su 6:00-8:00P 01/1957401 8-11yrs Su 6:00-8:00P 02/163rd and 4th Grade Spring Dance PartyBack by popular demand! There will be a DJ, dancing and games. Concessionswill be available for purchase. Pre-registration is encouraged andparents must escort their children in and out of the facility. Wristbands will begiven to participants upon arrival.MRC Pre-registration: $7 Day-of Registration: $10 (if space available)Barcode Age Day Time Date57626 8-11yrs F 7:00-9:00P 04/04Youth Fitness Training OrientationLearn the correct use of cardio and Selectorized fitness equipment.After successfully completing the fitness training orientation, teensmay use the appropriate equipment at SPD fitness facilities!CRC $8Barcode Age Day Time Date57593 12-13yrs Sa 10:00A-12:00P 01/0457594 12-13yrs Sa 10:00A-12:00P 01/1857595 12-13yrs Sa 10:00A-12:00P 02/0157596 12-13yrs Sa 10:00A-12:00P 02/1557597 12-13yrs Sa 10:00A-12:00P 03/0157598 12-13yrs Sa 10:00A-12:00P 03/15Children and teens can increase muscle strength with regularstrength training workouts according to the National Strength andConditioning Association.– www.reuters.com68 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

T.P.H. (The Party’s Here!) - For Grades 7 & 8 - School District 54 and Parochial Schools OnlyFridays, Sept. - May • 7-10PM • CRC, 505 N. Springinsguth RoadTPH is a safe, supervised, action-packed program held on the first Friday of school months from September to May for seventh- and eighth-graders of District54 and area parochial schools. A variety of activities are offered each month including a DJ with sound and light system, table tennis, foosball, dodgeball,wallyball, craft making, card area, Twister, Wii and other interactive games. Snacks and soda are available for purchase. Please bring bills lower than $20.If you have any questions regarding the registration procedure or the TPH program, call 847/985-2143.2013-2014 Event Info and FeesDates Theme NightsDec. 6: No ThemeJan. 10: Sports ManiaWear a sports jerseyFeb. 7: Valentine’s Day SpecialWear something redDates Theme NightsMarch 7: St. Patrick’s Day FunWear something greenApril 4: Caribbean PartyPut on flip flops and tropical shirtMay 2: Dress to ImpressIt’s the last event, get dressed upDressing up is optional, but stay within District 54 dress code guidelines.Event Fees (fee includes TPH Photo ID)In order to pre-register you must have purchased a TPH PhotoID. Event passes are valid only for the 2013-2014 school year.Six Event Pass......................... $48 Three Event Pass......$30One Event Pass*...................... $12*This is for those that already have a photo ID card and want toadd one event to their card.One Event Pass & Photo ID..................................... $24This will allow you to one event and includes the card and photo ID.Overview: Those attending TPH must purchase a pass which includesa photo ID and number of events. This pass must be brought to every TPHevent. No one is admitted without this official event/photo ID! All participants,with a parent/guardian, must complete and sign a membership applicationprior to participating in any TPH event.Procedures: Remember, a parent or guardian must escort their childinto the building through the south entrance where you will wait with him orher to be scanned and signed in. Carpooling is encouraged! When it’s pickuptime, designate an area to meet your child and remember to sign themout before exiting through the north entrance.Dress Code: TPH dress code follows the District 54 dress code. Therewill be a list outlining what will be allowed and not allowed posted at the TPHevent site. Those not following dress code will be asked to change.Passes: Participants are encouraged to take advantage of the savingswhen purchasing a package. Daily event and photo IDs are a one-eventoption. Cards are $12 and photo IDs are $12. An event pass and photo IDmay be purchased at:• Bock: 9AM to 5PM, Monday - Friday and 9AM to noon on Saturday.• Meineke: Until 9:30PM daily.• CRC: Until 9PM daily.Renewal/Replacement: If you lose your pass but still have events onit, you may pay $10 for a replacement card. Replacement cards may bepurchased at any time, including the day of TPH, up until 5PM at any facility.Your name will be checked in the computer to see if you still have events lefton your card.New Passes: If you were a seventh-grader last year and purchaseda new photo ID, you may have your events updated on that card. Newseventh-graders must purchase a new card for events.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201469

Enjoy a live theater production at the Community Recreation Center!Special EventsFri. & Sat., Nov. 22-23 • 7PMSun., Nov. 24 • 2PMTickets:Adults (13 yrs & older):....................$11Youth (12 yrs & younger):................$6Under 2 yrs (if being held):..............FREEBe a part of the show! Auditions for the spring play are Jan. 9.Parts available for ages 7 to 20 for Disney’s Mulan Jr.See page 34 for details and audition information.Santa’sDilemmaSat, Dec. 7 • 6PMPart of the Twas a Saturday NightBefore... event. See page 72 for details.Spring Valley Holiday Bazaar - Nature CenterSaturday & Sunday , Nov. 30 & Dec. 1 • 10AM-4PMThe Nature Center becomes a festive holiday gift shop for two days as numerous vendors of hand-crafted items display their unique creations.Admission is free. Event is sponsored by the Spring Valley Nature Club.Holiday House Decorating TourThursday, Dec. 5 & Monday, Dec. 9 • 6-8:30PMTravel around Schaumburg and see the sights and lights while serving as a judge for the Holiday HouseDecorating Contest. Judges will view 10 houses. Holiday House Decorating Contest participants cannotparticipate in the judging, however they may join the tour. Meet in the Community Recreation Center northentrance lobby. The bus leaves at 6PM. This tour fills up quickly so reserve your spot today! Both days willjudge the same houses. Winning houses will be notified on Tuesday, Dec 10. Entry form for contest below.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee Info56593 18+ Th 6:00-8:30P 12/05 CRC $8/$12 Adults Only56592 All Ages M 6:00-8:30P 12/09 CRC $8/$12 FamiliesHoliday House Decorating Contest Form - FREETour: Thursday, Dec. 5 & Monday, Dec. 9 • Entry forms due by 9PM on Dec. 2Decorate your home to be the best and brightest in Schaumburg. Houses may be decorated anytime prior to Dec. 5. The first 10 houses entered will be judged.Houses must be within Schaumburg Park District boundaries. Judging will take place the evenings of Dec. 5 and 9. Winning entrants will be listed on the SchaumburgPark District cable channel and featured on 2012 winners are not eligible to win, but may still sign up to have their home be part of the tour.Prizes will be awarded based on the following categories:Originality: Unique design and creative use of lights and decorations Arrangement: Display and placement of decorationsTheme: Storyline or scene Overall: Overall presentationEntry forms must be turned into the CRC, 505 N. Springinsguth Road, Schaumburg 60194 no later than 9PM on Dec. 2.Holiday House Decorating Contest Entry Entry deadline: 9PM on Dec. 2Name:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Address:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Phone Number:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________Theme:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Nearest major intersection to your house:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________70 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Schaumburg Park Foundation Holiday BazaarTuesday, Dec. 3 • 10AM-2PM • Schaumburg Corporate Center Atrium, 1501 Woodfield RoadHand-crafted items and household gifts will be on display, just in time for holiday shopping. Proceeds benefit the Schaumburg Park Foundation. Forinformation, call 847/985-2115 or visit Chili 5K Race - USATF Certified CourseSaturday, Dec. 7 • 8-9:45AM Check-in/Race day registration10AM Start | Chili lunch after raceRun a 5K on a chilly December day and warm up afterwards with a chili lunch. Participants21 and older will receive one free beer. Additional beer will be available for purchase. Thefirst 200 runners registered will receive a winter hat on race day.Awards: Three winners in each age/gender group: 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49,50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65 & olderRegistration: Participants must complete a race entry form. Forms are available at Park District facilities,online at or call 847/490-7020 to receive one by mail. Pre-registration ends at 5PM on Nov.26. Race day registration begins at 8AM and ends at 9:45AM.Sponsored byPre-registration fee: $40 Race day fee: $45Barcode Age Day Start Time Date Info Location56610 10+ Sa 10:00A 12/07 Men SGC56611 10+ Sa 10:00A 12/07 Women SGCOnline registration available at EventsJingle PawsSaturday, Dec. 7 • Noon-2PMTime to spread holiday cheer! Dress your pup up in jingle bells and get ready for this great pup event! Snowy activitiesinclude a treat hunt, agility course, photos with Santa, free play area and a costume contest. Awards will be given out tothe winners of ‘Best Dog/Owner look-a-like Costume,’ ‘Best Puppy in Costume,’ ‘Best Senior in Costume,’ ‘Best OverallHoliday Themed Costume’ and ‘Best Recreation Interpretation.’ The first 50 dogs registered receive a holiday treat! Alldogs must have current shots. Attach shot records to the registration form or bring to Meineke.MRC $2/$3 per person $5/$7 per dogBarcode Age Day Time Date56627 All Ages Sa 12:00-2:00P 12/07Photo by Denise Ambrose, SAPS.Christmas in the Valley - Heritage Farm & Merkle CabinSaturday & Sunday, Dec. 7 & 8 • Noon-4PMChristmas is a very old holiday with even more ancient roots. Come celebrate the holidays with a trip back in time at SpringValley’s Heritage Farm and Merkle Log Cabin. See how German-American farm families in 19th century Schaumburgcelebrated Christmas with traditional foods, simple homemade gifts and a continuation of their daily farm chores. Meet atraditional St. Nicholas and enjoy a cup of soup by the fireplace at the log cabin. The day will include refreshments, holidaytreats, cookie decorating for the kids and craft activities.Admission: $2/person; $8/family of six or fewer - additional members $2 each, children ages 3 and younger are freeAge Day Time DateSponsored byAll ages Sa/Su 12:00-4:00P 12/07-12/08Santa’s Flight to SchaumburgSunday, Dec. 8 • 9:30-11:30AMSanta is flying by helicopter to Schaumburg Regional Airport and you’re invited to welcome him! Participants will wait for Santain the airport’s hangar, enjoying a buffet breakfast provided by Pilot Pete’s. As Santa approaches, the hangar doors will open soeveryone sees him land! Santa will disembark from the helicopter and everyone will get a chance to talk to him. Pre-registrationends Monday, Dec. 2. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Children ages 2 and younger are free, but they mustsit on an adult’s lap. All attending family members must register. Doors will not open until 9:30AM. Dress warmly!Children (3-12 yrs): $12 13 yrs+: $24Barcode Age Day Time Date Location56595 All Ages Su 9:30-11:30A 12/08 Schaumburg AirportPhoto by Len Anzelde, SAPS.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201471

Special EventsTwas a Saturday Night Before...Saturday, Dec. 7 • 6-7:30PMCelebrate the holidays and the arrival of Jolly Old St. Nick at this exciting event. Families willenjoy performances of Santa’s Dilemma and Twas the Night Before Christmas. All participants willreceive a photo with Santa, milk and cookies. Be sure to bring a camera for photos with all the othercharacters! Music, face painting and cookie decorating are also included in this holiday event thatis fun for the whole family. Registration accepted only at CRC. Admission ticket is given uponevent registration.This is a ticketed event:Pre-registration:......$10 per adult $8 per childDay-of:....................$12 per adult $10 per childBarcode Age Day Time Date Location56654 All Ages Sa 6:00-7:30P 12/07 CRCSchedule:5:30PM ................ Doors Open - Find a seat for the play and be entertained by the SchaumburgCommunity Singers6-6:30PM ............ Santa’s Dilemma performance -Santa has run into a problem. Dancer thinks she can help. What has Santa gottenhimself into? This 30 min. musical is full of fun surprises and sure to make you laugh.6:30-7:30PM ........ Meet Santa, Rudolph and Frosty. Enjoy music, face painting and cookie decorating.Event will conclude with a reading of Twas the Night Before Christmas.Santa VisitsTuesday & Wednesday, Dec. 10 & 11 • 5:30-8:30PMSanta will visit resident homes with a special surprise for the whole family. This is the chance to tell him personally about your holiday wish list! Because ofhis heavy schedule, Santa will only stay for five minutes. Participants must be available from 5:30-8:30PM. Once registered, Santa’s elves will call with theapproximate time of his arrival. Pre-registration is required by Friday, Dec. 6 or until full.Open only to Schaumburg Park District residents.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee56590 All Ages Tu 5:30-8:30P 12/10 Resident Homes $2356591 All Ages W 5:30-8:30P 12/11 Resident Homes $23Photo by Emil Schiavo, SAPS.Rudolph and Rice Krispie TreatsThursday, Dec. 12 • 6:30-7:30PMGrab a flashlight to help find Rudolph and candy canes scattered throughout Safety Park! Participants will enjoy hot chocolate,rice krispie treats and reindeer games after the hunt. The event will be held rain, snow or shine. Dress appropriately. Participantsshould bring a flashlight and something to collect candy canes in. Event will meet at the Community Recreation Center before thehunt. Adults must stay with their children during the event. Pre-registration is required by 5PM on Monday, Dec. 9.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee56594 All Ages Th 6:30-7:30P 12/12 CRC $7/$10Elf & Yourself BrunchSaturday, Dec. 14 • 9:30-11AMChildren will enjoy a light breakfast of donuts, hot cocoa and juice. Elves love to get crafty so be prepared for a fun-filled morning of activities, games, craftsand prizes. Participants are welcome to bring their favorite elf toy. Children must be supervised by an adult during the event. Registration deadline isFriday, Dec. 13.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee57694 3-8yrs Sa 9:30-11:00A 12/14 Bock $7/$1072 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Itsy Bitsy New Year’s Eve CountdownTuesday, Dec. 31 • 10AM-NoonCelebrate the holiday with your young ones at the Sport Center. The Sport Center will be filledwith inflatables for climbing, riding toys and areas to play a variety of activities. All activities willbe unstructured and parents must supervise their children. Ring in the New Year at noon with aballoon drop. Registration ends Dec. 23.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee56269 1-6yrs Tu 10:00A-12:00P 12/31 SC $8/$12Mom & Son Pirates of the Caribbean Date NightSaturday, Jan. 18 • 5-7PMMoms and sons come to the Community Recreation Center for a great night filled with games, dinner, dancing and surprises from the CaribbeanSea to the Bermuda Triangle. Each child will take home a bag full of prizes, other booty and a picture with his mom. Pre-registration isrequired by Jan. 17.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee57402 4+ Sa 5:00-7:00P 01/18 CRC $30/$45 per couple $15/$22 add’l childPhoto by Alan Cox, SAPS.Polar Bears, Penguins and PancakesSaturday, Feb. 1 • 9:30-11AMMeet at the ‘Bock Pole!’ Children will enjoy a pancake and sausage breakfast with plenty of toppings to createtheir own personal pancake. Participants will head outside to find polar bears and penguins that are hanging out atBock this winter. Games and crafts will be available inside. Wear appropriate winter clothes. Pre-registration isrequired by Friday, Jan. 31.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee57404 3+ Sa 9:30-11:00A 02/01 Bock $10/$15Special EventsDad & Daughter Under the Sea Date NightSaturday, Feb. 15 • 5-7PMDads and daughters will dress up in their best clothes and have a date night they’ll never forget! Activities include games, crafts, dinnerand dancing. Each child will receive a parting gift and picture with her dad. Pre-registration is required by Feb. 14.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee57403 4+ Sa 5:00-7:00P 02/15 CRC $30/$45 per couple $15/$22 add’l childWinter NationalsDodgeball ChampionshipsYouth Divisions: Friday, Jan. 3.................3:30PM Check-in | Matches start at 4PMAdult Divisions: Saturday, Jan. 4.............9AM Check-in | Matches start at 10AMTeams in youth and adult divisions compete for the title of National Amateur Dodgeball Association Indoor National Champions! Games playedapprox. every four minutes Registration deadline: Monday, Dec. 30 for youth and adult divisions.• NADA sanctioned event • Games officiated by NADA staff • T-shirt for all players • Team prizes for championsSC *Youth division grades are based on the current 2013-2014 school year.Barcode Age Division Day Date FeeBarcode Age Division Day Date Fee57609* 4-6 Grade Boys W 01/03 $105/team of 6-10 57619 18+ Men’s Class A Sa 01/04 $125/team of 6-1057610* 4-6 Grade Girls W 01/03 $105/team of 6-10 57614 18+ Men’s Class B Sa 01/04 $125/team of 6-1057618* 7-8 Grade Boys W 01/03 $105/team of 6-10 57615 18+ Men’s Class C Sa 01/04 $125/team of 6-1057611* 7-8 Grade Girls W 01/03 $105/team of 6-10 57616 18+ Women’s Sa 01/04 $125/team of 6-1057612* 9-12 Grade Boys W 01/03 $105/team of 6-10 57617 18+ Co-Rec Sa 01/04 $125/team of 6-1057613* 9-12 Grade Girls W 01/03 $105/team of 6-10Keep up to date with the National Amateur Dodgeball Association at, and Park District | | Winter 201473

Special EventsSugar Bush Fair - Spring ValleySaturday & Sunday, March 15 & 16 • 9AM-NoonVisit Spring Valley’s annual celebration of nature’s sweet gift of maple sugar. Enjoy a deliciousbreakfast of pancakes with real maple syrup, sausage, juice and coffee. See authenticdemonstrations of maple syrup production, a pioneer sugar camp, children’s puppet show and ahayride. Syrup and other goodies will be available for purchase. General admission to the fair isfree. Tickets are required for breakfast and will be available at the Nature Center about two weeksbefore the event. Pre-sale tickets are $3.50 for a half stack and $4.50 for a full stack. Day-ofprices are $4/$5. The breakfast is held under a tent at Merkle Cabin, so dress for the weather.There will be transportation between the Nature Center and Merkle Cabin.Age Day Time DateAll ages Sa/Su 9:00A-12:00P 03/15 & 03/16Dr. Seuss Birthday PartySunday, March 2 • 11AM-NoonCelebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday! Children will listen to classic Seuss stories, work on a fun craft, playsilly games and enjoy a birthday snack. Come dressed as your favorite Dr. Seuss character andreceive a special prize. Pre-registration is required by Friday, Feb. 28.Bock $10/$15Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee57409 3-8yrs Su 11:00A-12:00P 03/02 Bock $10/$15Sponsored byPhoto by Carl Peterson, SAPS.Shamrock ScrambleSunday, March 16 • 10-11AMCome to Bock and enjoy a St. Patrick’s Day snack and craft before heading out into field of green clovers. Each clover will include a special treat. Find afour-leaf clover and win a special prize. Wear your best St. Patrick’s Day attire. Pre-registration is required by Friday, March 14.Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee57405 1-6yrs Su 10:00-11:00A 03/16 Bock $5/$7Canine CarnivalSaturday, April 5 • 11AM-1PMClown around at an afternoon of tail-wagging fun at a carnival for dogs. Activities include games, costume and trickcontests, vendors, treats, prizes and an agility course. Dogs are encouraged to be leashed at all times outside offenced areas. All dogs must have current shots. Attach shot records to the registration form or bring to Meineke.MRC $2/$3 per person $5/$7 per dogBarcode Age Day Time Date57603 All Ages Sa 11:00A-1:00P 04/05Photo by Denise Ambrose, SAPS.Sport Center Family Fun NightFriday, April 11 • 6-8PMIn honor of Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play, encouraging kids to turn off the television and go out andplay, the Schaumburg Park District offers an event for kids and their families! The Sport Center offers anopportunity for families to participate in a variety of structured, supervised sports, games and activities in its110,000 square foot facility. Activities include basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, preschool tot lot, soccer, T-ball,softball and gymnastic obstacle courses. The first 200 residents to register receive a gift at the door!Barcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee56855 All Ages F 6:00-8:00P 04/11 SC Res: Free, Non-res: $5 per family74 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Bunny BashSaturday, April 129AM-1PMCelebrate spring this year with indoorand outdoor activities for the wholefamily to enjoy!Activities include:• Egg Hunts• Photo with the Bunny• Games• Crafts• Moon Jumps• Concessions• Train Ride• Pony Rides & Petting Zoo (weatherpermitting)Pre-registration deadline is April 11.CRC Pre-registration: $12 (Child receives wristband - includes all activitiesexcept concessions)Day-of registration: $15 • Parents & children ages 1 and younger are freeBarcode Age Day Time Date57406 1+ Sa 9:00A-1:00P 04/12Special EventsBunny VisitsTuesday, April 15 • 5:30-8:30PMBunny will visit resident homes for a special surprise for the whole family. Children can personally tell himtheir holiday wishes. A basket of gifts may be left on the front porch for Bunny to bring inside. Due to hisheavy schedule, Bunny will only stay for five minutes. Participants must be available from 5:30-8:30PM. Onceregistered, Bunny’s helpers will call with an estimated arrival time. Pre-registration is required. Registrationdeadline is 5PM on Monday, April 14 or until full.Open only to Schaumburg Park District residentsBarcode Age Day Time Date Location Fee57407 All Ages Tu 5:30-8:30P 04/15 Resident Homes $21Photo by Emil Schiavo, SAPS.Underwater EGGstravaganzaThursday, April 17 • 6-8PMJoin Bunny for a swim at The Water Works! Pool egg hunts, entertainment, games andprizes are part of the fun. Egg hunts will be in the play pool and parents will be able to assistsmall children. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Adults are free. Therewill be scheduled egg hunts per age group throughout the evening. Registration deadlineis Wednesday, April 16.Egg Hunt Schedule:• 6:15PM.......... 2 & younger • 7PM..............7-8 years• 6:30PM.......... 3-4 years • 7:15PM.........9 & older• 6:45PM.......... 5-6 years • 7:30PM Zero depth pool open for all ages to swimDon’t forget a bathing suit and bring a basket to collect eggs!WW $12/$18 per childBarcode Age Day Time Date57408 1+ Th 6:00-8:00P 04/17Looking for something to do? See a show or enjoy a day trip to local sites. Seepage 62 for more information.Schaumburg Park District | | Winter 201475

Park District CampsWinter Break CampsWay Fun WinterBreak Camp at MRCEnjoy winter break with theSchaumburg Park District!Participate in field trips,games, gym time and artprojects. Sack lunches arerequired each day. Snackswill be provided. Parent informationwill be mailed homeprior to the start of camp.Register for one day or for alldays for a discount!Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee56561 6-12yrs M 9:00A-5:00P 12/23 $35/$5356562 6-12yrs Th 9:00A-5:00P 12/26 $35/$5356563 6-12yrs F 9:00A-5:00P 12/27 $35/$5356564 6-12yrs M 9:00A-5:00P 12/30 $35/$5356565 6-12yrs Th 9:00A-5:00P 01/02 $35/$5356566 6-12yrs F 9:00A-5:00P 01/03 $35/$5356567 6-12yrs M/Th/F 9:00A-5:00P 12/23-01/03 2 $166/$186Spring Break CampsSo Cool Spring Break Camp at MRCThe week off from school will be filled with games, field trips (M/W/F)and crafts. Bring a sack lunch each day. A daily snack will be provided.Register for one day of camp or the whole week for a discounted price!Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks Fee57631 6-12yrs M 9:00A-5:00P 03/24 $35/$5357632 6-12yrs Tu 9:00A-5:00P 03/25 $35/$5357633 6-12yrs W 9:00A-5:00P 03/26 $35/$5357634 6-12yrs Th 9:00A-5:00P 03/27 $35/$5357635 6-12yrs F 9:00A-5:00P 03/28 $35/$5357636 6-12yrs M-F 9:00A-5:00P 03/24-03/28 1 $166/$186Spring ValleyWinter Break CampChildren will spend three daysexploring Spring Valley. Camperswill track animals, look forbirds, experiment with snow andsnowshoe (if there’s enough snow).Dress appropriately for the weatherand remember to bring a sacklunch each day.NC $80/$100 No camp 12/24 & 12/25Barcode Age Day Time Date Days55511 7-12yrs M/Th/F 9:30A-2:30P 12/23-12/27 3LEGO ® Mindstorms Robotics Mini-CampChildren in pairs will build and program a LEGO Mindstorms Robotto either defend the secret base camp or seek out and discover thecamp to invade and capture the base station’s central power station.Learn mechanical design, building techniques, programming andteamwork skills.See page 50 for details.Looking for more ways to keep active during school breaks and have fun?Visit the athletics section on pages 22-27 for sports camps.Spring Valley Spring Break CampWhile taking a break from school, spend some time at Spring Valleyas spring approaches and the days become a little warmer. A daywill be spent cooking over an open fire at the log cabin. The otherdays will be spent exploring trails and looking for signs of animals.Campers will make crafts, play games and learn about the animalsat Spring Valley. Dress appropriately for the weather. Bring a sacklunch.NC $105/$125Barcode Age Day Time Date Days57350 7-12yrs M-F 10:00A-2:00P 03/24-03/28 5Chess Scholars Spring Break Chess CampFor beginners and experienced young players. Each class will consistof a fun interactive teaching period and guided practice time. Eachcamper will take home a chess set and an award. Bring your ownpeanut free snack. See page 49 for details.Strategy Games Spring Break CampStay warm, have fun learning and play non-video games. This classis an exciting opportunity for your child to develop logic, problemsolving and planning skills. Both team and individual games will beplayed. There will also be tournaments and prizes. See page 50 fordetails.76 Winter 2014 | | Schaumburg Park District

Registration InformationResident.....Begins Nov. 4 @7AM • Non-Res.......Begins Nov. 25 locations see below.....................................................................FastDrop-Off..................For locations see below.....................................................................SlowMail-In.......................Schaumburg Park District, Registration............................................Slowest505 N. Springinsguth Road, Schaumburg, IL 60194Registration continues until courses are filled or closed.Resident Registration1. MAIL-IN REGISTRATION (Forms accepted Oct. 28/Entered Nov. 4)Mail-in registration forms for all recreation programs will be accepted beginning Monday, Oct. 28 for residents of theSchaumburg Park District. Please enclose the completed form with payment and proof of residency and mail it to:SCHAUMBURG PARK DISTRICT REGISTRATION505 NORTH SPRINGINSGUTH ROADSCHAUMBURG, IL 601942. RESIDENT DROP-OFF REGISTRATION (Forms accepted Oct. 28/Entered Nov. 4)Drop-off registration forms for all recreation programs will be accepted beginning Monday, Oct. 28 for residents of theSchaumburg Park District. Please enclose the completed form with payment and proof of residency and drop it offat one of the centers listed below.All forms received at our centers or through the mail prior to midnight Sunday, Nov. 3, will be held and opened at randomon Monday, Nov. 4 at the Community Recreation Center. These forms will then be entered into our computer system inthe order which they were randomly opened on Nov. 4. Any forms received Nov. 4 and after will be processed in the orderin which they are received at each center.3. RESIDENT WALK-IN REGISTRATION (Begins Nov. 4)Beginning Monday, Nov. 4 at 7AM, you can walk into any of the facilities listed below to register for programs. Facilityhours and names are listed below. These registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis. You will receiveimmediate confirmation on your enrollment. You may also choose to drop off your registration at the same locationsif you wish. Drop-off registration will be processed by the following business day. See brochure page 5 for addresses andpage 10-11 for map.Facility Phone # Days/HoursBock Neighborhood Center 847/985-2141 M-F...............9AM-5PMCommunity Recreation Center 847/490-7020 M-Su.............6AM-9PMRegistration /Recreation InformationPatricia Shephard Early Childhood Center 847/490-7036 M-F...............9AM-5PMMeineke Recreation Center 847/985-2143 M-F...............5:30AM-10PMSa/Su...........6AM-10PMSport Center 847/891-1266 M-F...............9AM-5PMSpring Valley 847/985-2100 M-F...............9AM-5PMSa/Su...........9AM-5PMSchaumburg Tennis Plus 847/884-0678 M-F...............6AM-11PMSa/Su...........7AM-7PM4. RESIDENT ONLINE REGISTRATION (Begins Nov. 4)Online registration begins Monday, Nov. 4. You must have a current SPD account with assigned PIN number. Toset up an account, come to the registration desk at CRC to complete the form and verify residency. To register,log onto, look for iSPOT and follow the instructions.Non-resident Registration1. NON-RESIDENT REGISTRATION (Begins Nov. 25)Non-residents may register for programs beginning Monday, Nov. 25 at 7AM. These registrations are processed on a firstcome, first served basis. You will receive immediate confirmation on your enrollment. Mail-in registration is notavailable for non-residents.cOURSE bARCODE is found at the beginning ofthe course information line. See example below:Barcode Age Day Time Date Wks54610 12+ M Various 07/01-07/29 5make checks payable to:Schaumburg Park DistrictRegistration information: 847/490-7020To register with voice and TDD assistance call Northwest Special Recreation Association, 847/392-2855.Notes To RememberFor any information concerning registration, call thespecial registration number at 847/490-7020. All fees mustbe paid in full when registering for programs having a fee.Any instructions or supplementary information required priorto the first class meeting will be provided in advance. Classeshaving a limited registration will be filled on a “first come,first served” basis. Waiting lists will be kept for all individualsinterested in a particular class or program. If there is enoughinterest, an attempt will be made to start an additional class.All methods of registration will occur simultaneously.1. Double check your registration form to insure that youhave filled it out completely and accurately.2. Be sure to include all information including programcodes and participant’s birthdate.3. Always include a second choice for programs. This willallow placement in an alternate class if your first choiceis already filled.4. Be sure to include both a home and emergency phonenumber.5. The Schaumburg Park District is unable to guaranteeenrollment.6. The Schaumburg Park District is not responsible for lostor late mail.7. Do not send cash. Make checks payable to:Schaumburg Park District. A $25 charge will beassessed for insufficient funds checks returned.8. In case of cancellation or change in classes, you will benotified.9. Proof of Residency, such as a valid driver’s license,must be shown when registering for all programs toavoid having to pay the non-resident fee. Participantmust reside at address indicated on registration form.10. If nursery service is required, check fitness centerssection for nursery hours.12. Registration after classes start is left to the discretion ofthe supervisor in charge of the program.Reminder: Refund Policy1. The Schaumburg Park District reserves the rightto cancel, postpone or combine classes or changeinstructors. If insufficient enrollment causes a class tobe cancelled, notification will be given and full tuitionrefunded.2. A $3 service charge will be deducted from all refunds.3. For full refund, less $3 service charge, withdrawal formsmust be received at least 24 hours prior to first day ofclass.4. If the class has begun, a prorated amount will bedetermined based on the date of refund application.Requests will be honored until the last class date of thesession.5. Trip refunds, less the service charge, are furnished onlywhen someone is found to take your place.6. Refunds will remain on account unless requestedotherwise.7. Due to the demand for participation in Park Districtprograms and the limited number of spaces available,refunds will not be issued for classes that participantsare unable to attend.Class Cancellation DateAfter a predetermined date it will be decided which classeshave met the minimum registration requirements for thissession. Those classes which have insufficient registrationwill either have a limited enrollment or will be cancelled andthe registrants will be notified.77

Please use blue or black inkRegistration FormResident.......Begins Nov. 4 @7AM • Non-Resident...........Begins Nov. 25 @7AMOnLine.............. See Registration Info for locations.................................FastDrop-Off......... See Registration Info for locations.................................SlowMail-In............ Schaumburg Park District, Registration.........................Slowest505 N. Springinsguth Road, Schaumburg, IL 60194Registration continues until courses are filled or closed.EMail_____________________________________________________________________________________________________FAMILY LAST NAME________________________________________________________________ Payor’s Name__________________________________________________ADDRESS_______________________________________________________________ CITY________________________________________ ZIP_________________________Please check one: q No, this is not a new address.q Yes, this is a new address which has changed during the past 6 months.HOME PHONE_________________________________ WORK PHONE_________________________________Emergency Contact_______________________________________________________________________Emergency PHONE_________________________________________________________________________Phone numbers are very important in completing your registration form.Americans With Disabilities Act SpecialNeeds?q Yes q No Please call 847/490-7015Name ofParticipant___________________________________Method of Paymentq Cash q Checkq Credit CardCard #________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date____________________(Include 3 digit code on back of card)Name___________________________________________ Signature__________________________________________(Please print as it appears on card)A.D.A. Statement: The Schaumburg Park District intends to comply with the intent and spirit of the Americans With Disabilities Act. If you need any special accommodations, please callthe Park District at 847/490-7015 so that we may make the necessary arrangements for you.Participant’s First Name Course Barcode Course Title 2nd (3) Participant's Sex FeeBirthdateSecond choice programs or classes should be indicated in this column with a check (3).If program fees are not equal, please pay the higher amount; the balance will be refunded.Participants will automatically be placed in second choice program if indicated and will besubject to regular cancellation policy.SUBTOTALSCHAUMBURG PARK FOUNDATION DONATIONCredit Balance on account ( )TOTAL ENCLOSEDImportant NOTE: By registering for Park District programs, or purchase of a fitness pass, the registrant realizes the inherent risks involved in the programs and appreciates the natureof the risks. The registrant holds the Schaumburg Park District harmless for any damages caused by participation in these programs. Participants registering for activities of a strenuousnature are encouraged to seek a physician’s approval.The Park District reserves the right to change or alter information printed in this publication including policies, fees, times and locations.PHOTOS/Videos: Registrants and participants permit the taking of photos and videos of themselves and their children during Park District activities for publication and use as the ParkDistrict deems necessary.OFFICE USE ONLYTotal Paid $______________ Check #______________ q Charge q Cash Accepted by________________________________ Date________________78

CupGolf Outing Benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation6thThank you, sponsors, for another great event! Gabe Law LLCwww.all www.tingleyrubber.comwww.wholefoodsmarket.comwww.schaumburgparkfoundation.orgMissed this year?Save the date!Aug. 13,2014

235 E. Beech DriveSchaumburg, IL 60193Celebrate the seasonwith the Schaumburg Park DistrictPhoto by Denise Ambrose, SAPS.See Special Events section, pages 70-73, for information on a variety of holiday themed events.

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