Cumberland North Yarmouth 2017

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Cumberland

North Yarmouth

Community Recreation

Photo: Sunrise over Broad Cove Reserve, by Susan Downing

2017

Spring/Summer Programs


Registration Information

Mailing Address

Community Recreation

290 Tuttle Rd, Cumberland, ME 04021

Telephone: 207-829-2208

Fax: 207-829-2214

Office Hours:

Monday-Wednesday: 8-5 pm

Thursday: 8-6 pm

Friday: Closed

Cumberland’s Web Site:

www.cumberlandmaine.com

When do I register?

Program registration for Cumberland/North

Yarmouth residents will begin Monday, April

3rd. Non-residents may register beginning

April 15, 2017.

How do I register?

Registration is accepted in many

convenient ways: in person, by mail, or

NOW ONLINE. Priority will be given on a

first-come, first served basis. We encourage

residents to take advantage of our new

online registration capabilities. For our

online registration system, log onto

www.cumberlandmaine.com scroll down

the main page and click on the “Online

Registration” icon. This is a great way to

register for programs at work or in the

comfort of your home. The Recreation

Department is no longer accepting phone

registrations.

Will I be sent confirmation?

We do not send or call with confirmations.

Consider yourself and/or children enrolled

in the course(s) of your choice when you

send in a completed registration form and

payment. Many classes and programs have

limited enrollments, and may fill.

What are your cancellation

policies?

We will notify you if the class has been

cancelled or changed. We reserve the

right to cancel or consolidate any program

that does not meet minimum participant

registration numbers. Avoid disappointment

and please register promptly. Program

updates and cancellations will be

announced on our web site. Cancellations

will also be announced on our Facebook

page: facebook.com/cnyrecreation.

What are the fees?

Fees are stated at the end of each program

write-up. Non-Residents will pay an

additional $10 per class on most programs.

What is a senior citizen

discount?

Senior citizen discount(s) are stated

throughout our brochure. The discount

applies to seniors who are 65 or older.

What if I have questions?

Call Cumberland-North Yarmouth

Community Recreation at 829-2208.

Staff Contacts:

Brian Bickford - 829-2225 (Val Halla)

bbickford@cumberlandmaine.com

Peter Bingham - 829-2208 x331

pbingham@cumberlandmaine.com

Cindy Molleur - 829-2208 x334

cmolleur@cumberlandmaine.com

Jen Gifford - 829-2208 x332

jgifford@cumberlandmaine.com

Devon Galvan - 829-2208 x330

dgalvan@cumberlandmaine.com

Sarah Davis - 829-2208

sdavis@cumberlandmaine.com

Rob Hale - 829-4805 x241

rhale@msad51.org

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What’s Inside...

Certificate Classes.................................. 4

Lifelong Learning................................. 5, 6

Theatre Performances............................. 7

Spring/Summer Trips........................... 8, 9

Adult Fitness.................................. 10, 11

In the Pool........................................... 12

Spring Youth Sports............................... 13

Spring Youth Enrichment.................. 14, 15

Pre-School Summer Camp..................... 16

Summer Adventure Camp...................... 17

Middle School Summer Camp................ 18

Youth Swimming................................... 23

Val Halla Activities............................24-26

Adult Golf Programs.............................. 27

Youth Sports....................................28-31

Youth Sports/Red Sox Trip...................... 32

After School Program............................ 33

Fall Soccer........................................... 34

Fall Youth Sports................................... 35

Bulletin Board................................ 36, 37

Memorial Day 5K.................................. 38

Course Registration Form....................... 39

Summer Enrichment........................19-22

Refund Policy

If we cancel a class or activity, all fees will be refunded. If you withdraw at least 2 business

days before the first class you receive a refund or credit slip minus a $10-$25 (i.e. ski or day

camps) processing fee. If you withdraw less than 2 business days prior to the first class, you

may opt for 50% refund or 75% credit. If you withdraw after the first class no refund or credit.

Refund processing takes up to 3-4 weeks. We do not provide cash refunds.

Staff:

Brian Bickford, Director of Val Halla/CR

Peter Bingham, Recreation Superintendent

Cindy Molleur, Administrative/Sr. Programs

Jen Gifford, After School Program Coord

Devon Galvan, Office Support/Program Coordinator

Sarah Davis, Office Support

Ted Bosarge, Parks Superintendent

Rob Hale, Aquatics Director

Toby Young, Val Halla Superintendent

William Shane, Cumberland Town Manager

Chris Bolduc, Assistant Cumberland Town Manager

Rosemary Roy, North Yarmouth Town Manager

Cumberland/North Yarmouth

Parks & Recreation

Advisory Board

Chris Fitzpatrick (Chair), Bill Hansen (Vice-

Chair), Shirley Storey-King (Cumberland Town

Council Rep), Ann Graham (North Yarmouth

Selectmen Rep), Vicki Bell (MSAD 51 Board

Rep), Nancy Storey, Johnna Mulligan, Patty

Normandeau, Travis Seaver, Amy Amico,

Sally Pierece, Don Stowell

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Certificate Classes

Heartsaver CPR and AED

Cumberland Fire Department AHA Instructors

This 4-hour class is for the general public and

covers infant, child and adult CPR and choking as well

as automated defibrillation (AED). At the conclusion

of the class students receive an American Heart

Association (AHA) Heart Saver CPR/

AED card good for 2 years. For more

information email:

ebernier@cumberlandmaine.com

Basic Life Support (BLS) for

Healthcare Providers

Cumberland Fire Department AHA Instructors

This 4-hour class will earn the student an American

Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare

Provider 2-year certification card. The class covers

infant, child and adult CPR as well as choking for

all ages and practice using an AED (Public Access

Defibrillator). This is the required certification for

anyone who works in the healthcare profession.

Choose ONE Class:

Dates & Times: May 13, June 10,

July 8, August 12, 8 am–12 noon

Location: West Fire Station,

115 Blackstrap Road

Fee: $50 Individual / $75 Couple / $100 Family

Heartsaver First Aid Training

Cumberland Fire Department AHA Instructors

This 4-hour class covers medical and traumatic

emergencies including: allergic reactions, asthma

attacks, bee stings, broken bones, burns, cuts, diabetic

reactions, heart attacks, heat emergencies and stroke.

We do “hands on” exercises to learn when to call the

ambulance and what to do until medical personnel

arrive. Students receive a 2-year AHA certification

card on the day of the class. FMI email

ebernier@cumberlandmaine.com

Date & Time: Satuday, May 20, 8 am–12 noon

Location: West Fire Station, 115 Blackstrap Road

Fee: $50

Choose ONE Class:

Dates & Times: Saturday, May 6, June 3, July 1,

August 5, 8 am–12 noon

Location: West Fire Station, 115 Blackstrap Road

Fee: $50

Driver’s Education Course

Instructor: Bartley’s Driving School

This driver’s education course is licensed by the State

of Maine, with 30 hours of classroom work and 10

hours of driving. Students must be 15 years of age

or older in order to register. At the completion of the

course, students will be issued their Maine State

permit, which is included in the course fee.

You must register with Bartley Driving School

@ 657-5010.

Class Start Dates: April 26, May 24, June 21 and

July 26 - Classes run Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Location & Time: GHS - 5:30–8:30 pm

Fee: $460

Indie Driver Educational Services LLC

It is our goal to engage the students in the learning process and prepare them to become the safest

drivers possible. The Class C permit course consists of 30 hours of classroom time and 10 hours

of behind the wheel instruction. To be eligible, a student must be 15 years of age on or before

the first day of the class they will attend and have a minimum visual acuity of 20/40 (corrected or

uncorrected) in one eye. Included in our tuition is a road test review for the student prior to their

road test. For more information visit our website, 222.indiedriver.com or call 207-838-4634.

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Lifelong Learning

Troubleshooting Your Bicycle

Instructor: David Brink, Cycle Mania

Do you know how to fix a flat tire on your bike? Would

you like to learn how to make basic repairs? This

two-hour class is designed for all cyclists (including

mountain and road bikes) who want to learn the

basics of bicycle maintenance and repair. Topics to be

covered include proper fitting of a bicycle, inspecting

and adjusting your brakes, front and rear adjustments

on multi-speed bicycles, on-the-road repairs, proper

tire inflation and repair, and how to identify problems

requiring professional attention. Learn about the health

and family benefits to bike riding as well as great

places to ride! Please do not bring your bike to class.

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 3, 6:30–8:30 pm

Location: GMS / Fee: $15

Haiku Afternoon

NEW!

Instructor: Susan Deborah King

For the Japanese, the writing of haiku the 17 syllable

poetry form, to celebrate the seasons of the year, is a

national pastime in which anyone can participate. We

will read and discuss examples of work by some of the

ancient haiku masters, as well as some contemporary

examples. Then we will go outside and write ourselves

in this form of what we experience first-hand on this

Spring day. We will also do some drawing to get in

closer touch with what we encounter in the natural

world. All materials provided.

Date & Time: Saturday, May 13, 12:00–3:30 pm

Location: GMS

Fee: $75 Res / $85 Non-Res / $70 Senior

Watercolor Florals

Instructor: Kelli McNichols

Summer is a wonderful time to paint flowers from the

garden. Join Kelli as we explore different techniques for

capturing the beauty of flowers and leaves in watercolor.

There will be demonstrations and plenty of time

for practice and individual guidance. All levels are

welcome.

A supply list is available upon request from

Cumberland Recreation, 829-2208.

Kelli McNichols is a local artist and designer.

View her portfolio at http://art.mcngraphics.com.

Dates & Times: Thursday, June 1–June 22,

6:15–8:15 pm

Location: GMS

Fee: $56 Res / $66 Non-Res / $52 Senior

Collage Playshop

Instructor: Susan Deborah King

NEW!

Want to find out what you’re really thinking about the

next step to take in your life? Play around with tissue

paper collage. Let your instinct guide you to the shapes

and colors to lay and brush onto the posterboard

surface and read what the images you make tell

you. Readings, short discussions and sharing of what

has been discovered will be part of the process. All

materials provided.

Date & Time: Saturday, May 20, 12:00–3:30 pm

Location: GMS

Fee: $75 Res / $85 Non-Res / $70 Senior

Line Dancing Course for Beginners Instructor: Jane Saucier

Looking for something fun and different to do? Come try line dancing. No partner needed! This course will teach

you the basics of line dancing in a slow, easy-paced atmosphere. Learn one to two dances each night! Only

course requirement is a willingness to learn, have a good attitude and wear comfortable clothing! Jane has taught

line dancing since 1995 and loves to dance. She says that she has so much fun dancing that it never feels like

work!

Dates & Times Session 1: Monday, March 20 - May 1 (no class April 17), 6–7:30 pm

Session 2: Monday, May 15 - June 26 (no class May 29), 6–7:30 pm

Fee: $55 Res / $65 Non-Res / $50 Seniors

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Lebanese Cooking Night

Instructor: Chris Toy

Lentils, rice, marinated chicken, vegetables seasoned

with garlic, olive oil and lemon juice, and something

called Booza for dessert! Sounds like tasty, healthy

eating. If you’re intrigued, then join Stonewall Cooking

School Instructor, Chris Toy, for an evening of Lebanese

cooking. He’ll be preparing lentils with rice with

caramelized onions, Step chicken by Step Pain,ng tawook With Spirited with Paints! vegetables –


juicy and tender from a simple marinade of fresh lemon

juice and garlic, juicy dumplings in yogurt soup, and


topping everything off with a creamy flower infused ice

cream.

Date & Time: Thursday, May 11, 6–8 pm


Location: GHS

Fee: $28, includes class and food fee

Step by Step Painting With

Spirited Paints!

Instructor: Julie Waterman

Are you ready for

a fun evening?

Create your own

masterpiece! A

local artist will

take you through

step by step to

paint your own

painting in one


evening that you

will get to take home with you that night. The painting

we will be doing is “Black Eyed Susans”. Enjoy the

company of others, relax and paint! Painters of all

levels are welcome! All equipment and materials are

provided by the instructor. Just bring yourself and an

open mind!

Julie is an experienced local artist and you can see

more of her work at www.spiritedpaints.com.

Date & Time: Wednesday, June 7, 6–8 pm

Location: GMS - Art Room

Fee: $35 (min of 6 / max of 20)

Lifelong Learning









BBQ! Get Ready for Summer

Instructor: Chris Toy

Summer is right around the corner! Are you looking

forward to enjoying the sound and smell of grilled

steak, chicken and fish? How about some roasted

vegetables on the grill? Join Chef Chris Toy as he shows

you how to prepare a sizzling mixed grill of teriyaki

chicken, cedar planked maple salmon and pepper

ribeye steak. And, we will not forget those grilled mixed

vegetables with garlic, olive oil and spices, plus a

grilled desert! Chris Toy is a Stonewall Kitchen Cooking

Instructor with a lifelong interest in cooking with an

Asian-Downeast fusion flavor.

Date & Time: Thursday, June 8, 6–8 pm

Location: GHS

Fee: $28, includes class and food fee

Spiritual Table Tipping

Instructor: Alice King

Come experience Spiritual Table Tipping which is a

means of communicating with your Spirit Guides,

Guardian Angels, Loved Ones and Pets who have

passed on. It is very powerful and is very healing

physically, emotionally and spiritually. At a Table

Tipping Session, the Spirit’s energy comes through

the table and answers your questions by tipping the

table, once for “no” and twice “yes” to answer your

question. Spiritual table tipping is a wonderful healing

modality which can assist with your soul development

and enlightenment. At table tipping you can learn what

your soul’s plan is, whether you are on the right path,

areas that you are stuck and why; how to gain the

most out of your relationships, career and health, how

your deceased family member or pets are doing, and

what they are doing on the other side for their own soul

development.

Alice is a BSN having worked at MGMC for 35 years.

She is a Reiki Master and Shamanic Practioner.

Date & Time: Tuesday, May 16, 6–9 pm

Location: WCCH

Fee: $45

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Crafts & Theater Performances

Wet Felting Workshop

Instructor: Kathleen Gerdes

Learn the basics of wet felting! In this class we will

transform raw wool into beads, trivets, vessels and

more! Wet felting is fun and easy to learn. Kathleen

will take you through the process of wet felting with

soap, water and mild agitation. Our tools for this class

may include the use of pie plates, balloons and other

extraordinary and “unusual” objects! (all provided by instructor).

No prior felting experience is necessary. There

is a $10 materials fee due to the instructor at the time

of the first class. Kathleen has been a fiber artist for

many years and has worked with many different fibers

including wool and cotton. Her main focus for the past

five years has been needle and wet felting.

Dates & Times: Monday, April 24, May 1 and 8,

6–8 pm

Location: GMS Art Room Fee: $40

Disgraced

Portland Stage Company Matinees

This 2013 Pulitzer winning play examines the price

paid to live the American Dream. Amir, a rising star in a

high-powered New York law firm, has distanced himself

from his Muslim roots in a bid for success. When he

and his wife Emily host an Upper East Side dinner

party, what starts as a friendly conversation escalates,

upending their views on race, religion and each other.

Date: Thursday, May 18

Time: Depart Yarmouth Park & Ride at 1:15 pm /

Return following the show.

Fee: $34

Girls Night Out!

“Live - Laugh - Love”

by Michael J. Tobin

Falmouth Footlights Theater

Starring the “HOT FLASH” Ladies: Nancy Durgin, Cheryl

Reynolds and Gretchen Wood. A new comedy that is a

delicious Southern treat from start to finish. The “Porch

Sisters” are best friends since childhood, enjoying life’s

adventures as only a family of friends can... but age

and circumstances are bringing their predictable way of

life to an unpredictable forefront. LIVE! LOVE! LAUGH! is

a nostalgic piece of the past, filled with comedy, truth

and some very sound advice for women... and the

brave men who love them.

Date: Thursday, April 27, 7 pm

Time: Meet at Falmouth Footlights Theater.

Tickets: $12, available at Cumberland/North Yarmouth

Recreation Office

“The Wizard of Oz”

Biddeford City Theater

The enchanting musical based on the books by L. Frank

Baum and the award winning classic film. Music and

lyrics by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg: Dorothy Gale

of Kansas dreams of what lies over the rainbow. When

a tornado rips through Kansas, Dorothy and her dog,

Toto, are whisked away in their house to the magical

land of Oz. Full of classic songs and loveable familiar

characters: Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tinman and

the Cowardly Lion follow the Yellow Brick Road toward

the Emerald City to meet the Wizard. On the way they

discover that. “There’s no place like home.”

Date: Sunday, August 6

Time: Depart Yarmouth Park & Ride at 12:30 pm /

Return following the show.

Fee: $28, children must be accompanied by an adult


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Spring/Summer Trips

Fryeburg Fair Home & Garden

Show

Rated as a top 20 event in Maine by Yankee Magazine,

you don’t want to miss all the sights, sounds and

smells of spring at this year’s Home Garden Flower

Show, May Fair, which runs from May 19th through

May 21st! In its 17th year, the Home Garden Flower

Show May Fair is back with over 300 vendors

throughout seven different buildings and venues

spanning over five acres of outdoor space. Once again

you will be able to experience live demonstrations

during the famous “Meet the Chefs” Cooking Series

and several demonstrations from vendors sharing their

talent of rug hooking, chalk painting, metal crafting and

more! Lunch is on your own.

Date & Time: Friday, May 19, 10 am–4 pm

Location: Depart from Yarmouth Park & Ride

Fee: $18

McLaughlin Gardens – Lunch at

Maurice’s

Join us on this trip to one of Maine’s treasures, the

beautiful gardens at McLaughlin Gardens! The formal

garden features mature collections of hostas, daylilies,

astilbes, iris, phlox, sedum, cimicifuga, sempervivums

and over 200 lilacs - the largest collection in New

England - beneath a canopy of mature deciduous

and coniferous trees. You will marvel at the diverse

collection of Maine wildflowers and ferns bordering an

old lane which rises up a wooded hill behind the barn.

A complete lunch at nearby Maurice’s Restaurant is

included.

Date & Time: Tuesday, May 23, 9 am–3 pm

Location: Depart from Yarmouth Park & Ride

Fee: $39, includes lunch

Maine Maritime Museum’s

Bath Iron Works Story Trolley Tour

Get the inside story of Bath Iron Works as current

and former BIW employees serve as your guides. The

tour begins with an exclusive exhibit highlighting key

elements of BIW’s history followed by an introductory

video that documents the process of constructing the

most advanced ships in the world. Then board the

trolley for a rolling tour through Bath where guides will

detail the history of the yard, interpret the views, and

highlight key elements of the shipyard. Follow these

tours with a delicious and cozy luncheon at Mae’s Café.

Lunch is included.

Date & Time: Tuesday, June 13, 9:15 am–3 pm

Location: Depart from Yarmouth Park & Ride

Fee: $45, includes lunch

Historical Bus Tour of Cumberland

Leader: Carolyn Small, President, Cumberland

Historical Society

Join us for a historical tour of approximately 68

points of interest in the Town of Cumberland. This

narrated tour will cover historical homes, businesses,

churches, monuments and cemeteries to name a

few. You will discover our rich history and learn some

of the interesting stories of whom and what made

Cumberland what it is today. We will finish up our tour

at the Cumberland Historical Society where we will

have the opportunity to see the exhibits and enjoy

some light refreshments.

Dates & Times: Tuesday, June 20 or June 27, 1–4 pm,

choose your date

Location: Depart from Town Office Parking Lot

Fee: $20

Casco Bay Lines Bailey’s Island Tour

The Bailey Island trip is a narrated summer season tour that cruises through Potts Harbor, past Eagle Island and

Haskell Island with a peek at Mackerel Cove. Listen as the captain describes the history of Casco Bay as we cruise

past lighthouses, forts and 19th-century summer colonies. Our stopover allows us plenty of time for a wonderful

oceanside meal at Cook’s Lobster and Ale House. Lunch is included.

Date & Time: Tuesday, July 11, 9:15 am–4:15 pm / Fee: $50, includes lunch

Location: Depart from Yarmouth Park & Ride

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Spring/Summer Trips

Dragonboat Festival Trip – Boston

Leader: Chris Toy

Join us for an exciting cultural experience along both

banks of the Charles River in Boston and Cambridge!

Chris will lead this excursion to Boston, where you will

sample the cultural and culinary delights of China!

Dragon Boat Festival commemorates the ancient patriotpoet

Qu Yuan who lived from 340-278 B.C. When the

King banished him, Qu Yuan drowned himself in the Mi

Lo River. Today the boats still race in his honor and there

are traditional dances, arts, crafts, and food for visitors

to enjoy! For more info on the schedule of events, visit

www.bostondragonboat.org. Please come prepared to

walk! Meals not included in cost.

Date & Time: Sunday, June 1, 7:20 am–8 pm

Location: Depart from Freeport at 7:40 am OR Portland

Amtrak Station at 8:20 am (please notify us if you are

boarding in Portland)

Fee: $99, Meals not included

Maine Jewish Museum – Lunch at

DiMillo’s Floating Restaurant

The Tree of Life Foundation was established to restore

Etz Chaim Synagogue, a turn-of-the-century immigrant

era house of worship, and transform it into the Maine

Jewish Museum. The newly restored building stands as

a testament to the Jewish families of Maine who, from

humble beginnings, began life anew and made lasting

contributions to their new community. The Maine

Jewish Museum tells their stories.

The gallery showcases rotating exhibits by contemporary

Jewish artists from Maine. Visitors enter the main

sanctuary on the second floor and can gain an

understanding of religious practices and beliefs through

objects and architecture. There is also a photo exhibit

and excerpts of oral testimonies of holocaust survivors

who settled in Maine by Jack Montgomery. Historic

exhibits on the third floor include storyboards highlighting

the contributions and accomplishments of Maine’s

original Jewish immigrants and their families.

NEW!

Mini-Bus Adventures for

Seniors w/ Cindy & Sarah

Join us for our new Friday program of local adventures

with Cindy and Sarah in the Cumberland Recreation van.

Fort Williams Park, Cape Elizabeth

Friday, June 23

Bring a picnic lunch and we will enjoy the beautiful

scenery of Casco Bay. Interested participants can walk

the arboretum trail to the famous Portland Head Light.

A stop at Red’s for an ice cream, anyone?

Pineland Farms Gardens, New Gloucester

Friday, July 14

We will enjoy the beautiful one-acre perennial, herb

and vegetable gardens at Pineland Farms! It is a

wonderful place to stroll along a quarter-mile of paved

walkways, picnic on the lawn in the shade of the apple

tree or simply sit on the Adirondack swing and enjoy

the fragrant air. You can bring a bag lunch or purchase

lunch at the wonderful Dish Café.

Wolfe Neck Farms, Freeport

Friday, August 25

Wolfe’s Neck Farm is an organic educational farm on 626

oceanfront acres in Freeport, open free to visitors yearround!

Complete with hiking trails, farm animals, organic

gardens, and broad views of Casco Bay & saltwater

access, it is a great spot to visit! Bring a bag lunch or you

can purchase a simple lunch at the Snack Shack.

Location & Time: Depart from Cumberland Town Hall

Parking Lot at 10:30 am, Return approx. 2–2:30 pm

Limited to 12 participants per trip!

Fee: $12 / per trip

NOTE: Please wear comfortable walking shoes

Date & Time: Wednesday, August 2, 10 am–4 pm

Location: Depart from Yarmouth Park & Ride

Fee: $39, lunch is included!

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Adult Fitness

360 Circuit

Instructor: Jenn Wilson

If you’re looking for a fitness program that is challenging and cutting edge this popular program is for you. High Intensity Interval

Training (HIIT) is the secret to losing body fat, weight and increasing strength and energy. The combination of cardio and strength

training in a high-intensity, limited rest design can deliver numerous health benefits in much less time than traditional programs.

The class format is varied in order to avoid plateaus and will include exercises such as squats, push ups, lunges, mountain

climbers and running drills. Equipment such as kettlebells, medicine balls, weights and agility ladders will be used. Exercises can

be modified for safety and gradual conditioning to this type of exercise. Each participant works at their own pace and individual

fitness level while experiencing the motivation and support of the group and instructor.

Whether you are looking to get fit or take your workout to the next level, this high energy circuit program is for you. Join Personal

Trainer/Group Exercise Instructor, Jenn Wilson and rev up your fitness level with this fun, motivating workout.

LATE SPRING SESSION

(Choose ONE of the following)

Session 1: Tuesdays, April 25 - June 27, 6–7 pm

Session 2: Thursdays, April 27 - June 29, 6–7 pm

Location: MIW Gym

Session 3: Tuesdays, April 25 - June 27, 9–10 am

Session 4: Thursday, April 27 - June 29, 9–10 am

Location: NYMS Gym

Fee: $75 Res / $85 Non-Res (PER SESSION)

$135 Res / $145 Non-Res (CHOICE OF 2 SESSIONS)

Piyo-Live

Instructor: Jenn Wilson

PiYo LIVE - Sweat & burn calories with fusion-style

movements inspired by Yoga and Pilates. This class is

a music-driven, athletic workout that incorporates flexibility,

strength training, conditioning, and dynamic movement. For

more information or questions regarding this offering please

contact Jenn Wilson at: jenn.wilson.fitness@gmail.com.

SPRING SESSION

Date: Friday Mornings, April 28 - June 30

Location & Time: NYMS 8:30–9:30 am

Fee: $75 Res / $85 Non-Res

SUMMER SESSION (Outdoor Edition!)

Date: Wednesday Mornings, July 12 - August 16

Location & Time: Twin Brook 8–9 am

Fee: $55 Res / $65 Non-Res

SUMMER PUNCH CARD

Use for any 360 or Piyo-Live class.

10 Punch Card: $75

SUMMER SESSION

Session 1: Tuesdays, July 11 - August 15, 6–7 pm

Location: GMS Gym

Session 2: Tuesdays, July 11 - August 15, 8–9 am

Outdoor Bootcamp Edition!

Session 3: Thursdays, July 6 - August 17, 8–9 am

Outdoor Bootcamp Edition!

Location: Twin Brook Recreation Area

Fee: $55 Res / $65 Non-Res (PER SESSION)

$100 Res / $110 Non-Res (CHOICE OF 2 SESSIONS)

Personal Training

Instructor: Jenn Wilson

Personal Training Sessions are designed to provide clients

with an individualized program based on their specific needs

and can be catered to any fitness level. The benefits of

working with a personal trainer include: an individualized

fitness program designed specifically for you, an efficient

workout program with innovative ways to improve your general

health and fitness, professional assistance and guidance in

improving strength, flexibility, endurance, posture, balance,

coordination, and cardiovascular health and instruction on

proper form and technique for cardiovascular exercise and

strength training.

Program Policies: Sessions are 60 minutes in length and

are non-refundable. They expire six months from the date of

purchase. Cancellations must be at least 4 hours in advance

of the scheduled training session. The trainer will wait 15

minute at the designated location. Failure to contact your

trainer will result in forfeiture of a session. Sessions that

begin late will end one hour from the original start time. FMI

Please contact Jenn at: jenn.wilson.fitness@gmail.com

Book by appointment with trainer. Location/times will vary.

3 Sessions - Res. $150 / Non-Res. $160

6 Sessions - Res. $275 / Non-Res. $285

12 Sessions - Res. $550 / Non-Res. $560

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Adult Fitness

Cardio Fusion

Instructor: Julie Waterman, ACE certified

Bored with your workout? Come join us for cardio fusion!!

Mondays - Tabata, Strength, Stretch

TABATA inspired workout combined with strength - stretching.

This workout will be a one hour high intensity cardio/strength

workout using the interval training system. Burn fat and gain

endurance all in one. The high intensity workout is about a

40 minute duration and allows time for a longer warm up and

longer cool down using stretching techniques to sculpt and

lengthen your body for a stress releasing finish.

Wednesdays - Cardio and Toning

½ hour of cardio moves and ½ hour of strength training using

hand weights to improve balance and sculpt the muscles. We

will use Zumba inspired dances, kickboxing and cardio moves

to get our heart rate up. FUSION will keep your muscles

challenged, burn fat, and challenge your mind, increase

flexibility and balance. This class is for adults and young at

heart. Moves can be modified to suit different fitness levels.

As always, it’s a good idea to check with your doctor before

starting a new exercise routine.

Please bring hand weights and mat to both classes.

Dates & Times: Monday & Wednesday, May 1 - June 21

(No class May 29), 9–10 am

Location: NYMS

Fee: $49 Res / $59 Non-Res / $44 Senior (1 day/week)

$95 Res / $105 Non-Res / $85 Senior (2 days/week)

Kripalu Yoga for Adults & Teens

Instructor: Elizabeth Burd

Each class will begin with a brief centering, warm-ups, and

pranayama (breath work) followed by a series of guided

postures. The focus will be on alignment, body awareness

and coordinating breath with movement. Class will end with

a brief relaxation and meditation. Modifications will always

be given to ensure a safe and rewarding class for everyone!

Note: Some prior yoga experience is required. Please wear

comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle, small pillow,

yoga block, strap and yoga mat.

Session 1: Tuesday, May 16 - June 27, 4:30–5:45 pm at PML

OR Thursday, May 18 - June 29, 5:30–6:45 pm at WCCH

Fee: $63 Res / $73 Non-Res / Senior $58

Moving through Chakras Yoga Series

Instructor: Marianne Ricciardi

This yoga series will focus on each of the seven

Chakras that originate from root to crown. These energy

centers influence different nerve centers, body organs

and muscle groups as well as physiological stability.

Throughout the sessions you will be introduced to

a specific Chakra and its’ direct relationship to your

emotional and physical wellbeing. Tune in and balance

your Chakras and experience clarity to the mind/

body connection and a deeper connection to yourself.

Classes are vinyasa flow style and for all levels.

Dates & Times: Monday, April 24 - June 12, 4–5 pm

(No class May 29 - Make up class June 19)

Location: MIW Music Room / Fee: $60 Res / $70 Non-Res

AM Speedwork Track Session

Instructor: Sarah Russell

Challenge yourself and improve your running with this

spring track session. Whether you are a recreational

runner, a triathlete or a marathoner speed work will

improve your efficiency and push your threshold

pace. Each workout includes a 1-2 mile warmup

with technique drills and pickups. The main workout

includes 1-4 miles of intervals (depending on one’s

pace & fitness), followed by a 1-2 mile cooldown. Every

workout will be individualized to one’s ability and all

levels are welcome!

Dates & Times: Monday, April 24 - June 12, 5:30–6:30 am

(No class May 29)

Location: Greely High School Track

Fee: $55 Res / $65 Non-Res

Morning Tai Chi

Instructor: Louise Poppema

Come and experience the joy of Tai Chi! You will relieve

stress, increase flexibility and improve balance, all without

exerting any effort or working up a sweat. Please wear

comfortable clothing. No previous Tai Chi experience required

and class can be done sitting in a chair if balance is a

concern. All adults welcome, no age requirement.

Session 2: Tuesday, July 11 - Aug. 15, 4:30–5:45 pm at PML Session 1: Wednesday, April 26 - June 7

OR Thursday, July 13 - August 17, 5:30–6:45 pm at WCCH Session 2: Wednesday, June 21 - July 26

Fee: $54 Res / $64 Non-Res / Senior $49

Location & Time: Prince Memorial Library, 10–11 am

Fee: $60 Res / $70 Non-Res

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In the Pool

Aquatic Fitness

Instructor: Kathy Taylor

Exercise in the water! Each class includes a warm-up,

aerobic upper body, mid and lower body workout and

ends with a cool-down. This workout for swimmers

and non-swimmers is designed for all fitness levels

and paces. Water exercise is a wonderful low-impact

alternative to traditional land exercise programs -

ideal for people with arthritis and those recovering

from injuries as well as anyone looking for a great

workout. Post-operative participants must have written

permission from a physician. You must be at least 18

years old to register for this class. Please Note: Each

session has extra days, in case of pool closures.

Dates & Times: Tuesdays/Thursdays, 6–7 pm

Session 1: April 4 - May 11

Session 2: May 16 - June 22

Session 3: June 27 - August 10 (no class July 4)

Location: GHS Pool

Fee: $48 Res / $58 Non-Res / $40 Seniors

Master Swim Program

Coach: Larissa Herold

The Masters program provides early-morning swim

workouts for competitors, as well as triathletes and

general fitness swimmers. Our coach, Larissa Herold,

will help swimmers meet their individual needs and

goals. Participants should be able to swim at

least 80 lengths of the pool in an hour. Individual

workouts will be provided. You must be at least 18

years old to participate in this adult program.

Please note: Each session has three extra days, in case

of pool closures.

Spring Session:

Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday, April 25 - June 17

GHS Pool 5:30–7 am / Saturdays 6:30-7:30 am

Fee: $79 Res / $89 Non-Res

Summer Session:

Tuesday/Thursday, June 20 - August 17

GHS Pool 5:30–7 am

Fee: $59 Res / $69 Non-Res

Lap Swimming

Swimming is a great aerobic exercise which conditions

the heart and lungs as well as helping control body

weight. It can also give you more energy, increase

resistance to fatigue, relieve tension, tone muscles and

help you to relax and sleep. You must be 18 years old

and be able to swim one length of the pool at your own

pace without stopping.

This is not a learn-to-swim program.

Morning Lap Swim:

Dates & Times: Mon/Wed/Fri June - August

(Pool closed May 29), 5:30–7 am

Location: GHS Pool

Fee: Punch Card (See punch card info)

PUNCH CARD

LAP SWIM

Punch cards for Lap Swim are valid for

six months from date of purchase. They

are available at the Cumberland Town

Hall in the Community Recreation office.

Expired cards may not be used.

10 Lap Swim Punch Card:

$35 Res / $45 Non Res

25 Lap Swim Punch Card:

$75 Res / $85 Non Res

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Spring Youth Sports

Early Release After-School Golf Program – Grades 3-5

This popular junior golf program will be offered as a way to introduce and instruct junior golfers in some of the vital

areas of golf basics…grip and stance; chipping and putting; full swings; rules and etiquette. It will also provide

the opportunity to play the course should the golfers be “course ready.” This course is perfect for the junior golfer

who wants to learn the game of golf or improve their current skill level. This program will be held rain or shine at

Val Halla on each early release Wednesday. Club storage and golf equipment is available for this program at no

additional charge.

Dates & Times:

Seven (7) Wednesdays, April 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, June 7, 14 (No program May 31), 12:30–5 pm

Location: Val Halla Golf Course

(Cumberland Recreation will provide bus transportation from GMS and MIW after school)

Grades: 3-5 Fee: $175 Max: 18 golfers

Youth Instructional Lacrosse - Boys & Girls

Instructor: Cumberland Youth Lacrosse Club & Greely Lacrosse Coaches and players

Learn the exciting game of Lacrosse, skills include stick handling, throwing, catching, ball control and other

fundamental skills of the sport. Game concepts and cardiovascular conditioning will also be part of the learning

process. Sticks provided for participants, boys will play a non-contact version of the sport. Required equipment:

mouth guard. Currently accepting registrations.

Dates & Times: Five (5) Saturdays, April 29, May 6, 13, 20, June 3, (rain date June 10), 9–10 am

Location: Twin Brook “Shelter Field” Grades: K-2 Fees: $45 Res /$55 Non-Res

Spring Running Club

Head Coaches: Peter & Christine Hein

Does your child love to run? Are you looking for a way

to burn off some of that excess after school energy

in a safe and positive environment? Cumberland/

North Yarmouth Recreation is again offering the Spring

Running Club Program!

The primary focus of this POPULAR program is to

promote running as a fun, group oriented activity and

is a great way to stay healthy. “Fun Run Meets” will

be scheduled each Wednesday with other surrounding

communities. Currently accepting registrations.

Note: Assistant coaches are needed. Please call

829-2208 FMI

Dates & Times: Mon/Wed/Fri, April 24 - June 5

Practice Run from Dismissal to 4:45 pm

Regular Season Meets begin at 4:15 pm

Location: MIW/Twin Brook Recreation Area

Grades: 1-6 (Current grade)

Fee: $70

April Vacation Spring

Baseball Clinic

Coach: Derek Soule, GHS Varsity Baseball Coach,

Staff & Members of the Varsity Team

The clinic will focus on:

• Hitting Fundamentals/ Proper Throwing Techniques

• Fielding Skills & Daily Games!

The clinic will be coached by current and reigning State

Champion Varsity Coach Derek Soule and the high

school coaching staff. Players will be grouped by age/

grade and rotate between a series of hitting, throwing,

fielding and running stations with daily games.

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, April 17-21,

9 am–12 noon

Location: GMS Baseball Field/GHS Gym

Grades: K-7 (Groups split by grade)

Fees: $95 Res /$105 Non-Res

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Spring Youth Enrichment

Spring Dance Programs

At Cumberland/North Yarmouth Recreation with Brio Dance Studio

Hip Hop Dance Class

Leader: Kristina Glanville, Instructor - Brio Dance Studio

This class is for the active and enthusiastic dancer.

Each 45 minute class will include warm up,

conditioning, stretching, individual, group, and partner

dancing. This class will teach students beginning hip

hop moves, dance class etiquette, how to improvise

while dancing, and how to work with a group all while

using fun, age appropriate music! This co-ed class

welcomes all beginning dancers. Be ready to have fun

and work hard in this fast paced class!

Requirements: Please send your dancer in comfortable

clothes they can move in and sneakers. No jeans please.

Dates/Times/Location: Thursdays, April 27 -June 1,

3:45–4:30 pm at NYMS

Grades: K-3

Fee: $55 for 6 sessions

Min/Max: 6/15

Tap/Jazz

Leader: Julie Wilkes, Director - Brio Dance Studio

This class explores beginning tap and jazz techniques.

Each class will include warm up, stretching, rhythm

exercises, progressing dance steps, working with

classmates, and improvisation. This class is perfect

for the dancer that loves to move and tap their toes!

Please note that parents and visitors will be asked to

wait in the lobby during class time.

Requirements: Each student will need to bring a pair of tap

shoes and socks or jazz shoes. Please send your dancer in

comfortable clothes they can move in. No jeans please.

Dates/Times/Location: Thursdays, April 27 - June 1,

5:15-6:15 pm at NYMS

Grades: K-3

Fee: $55 for 6 sessions

Min/Max: 6/15

Pre-School “Spinning Sprouts”

Leader: Julie Wilkes, Director - Brio Dance Studio

Come explore the art of dance with Brio Dance Studio

in our Spinning Sprouts Class! Your dancer will be

taught basic ballet, basic tap, and creative movement

steps. Each class will incorporate music, props, group

and partner dancing, and individual attention. Dance

encourages self-confidence, balance, and coordination

to aid in the development of your child. All sprouts are

welcome! Please note that parents and visitors will be

asked to wait in the lobby during class time.

Requirements: Each student will need to bring a pair of

socks or flexible shoes and dress shoes (for tap technique)

to every class. Ballet and tap shoes are recommended, but

not required. Please send your dancer in comfortable clothes

they can move in. No jeans please. All dancers must be

potty-trained.

Dates/Times/Location: Thursdays, April 27 - June,

4:30-5:15 pm at NYMS

Ages: 3-5 years Min/Max: 6/15

Fee: $55 for 6 sessions

Pre-School “Bouncing Buds”

Leader: Julie Wilkes, Director - Brio Dance Studio

Come explore the art of dance with Brio Dance Studio

in our Bouncing Buds Class! This class is created for the

young dancer and incorporates pre-ballet and creative

movement steps. Each class will include music, props,

group and partner dancing, individual attention, and

lots of fun! Please note that parents and visitors will be

asked to wait in the lobby during class time.

Requirements: We will dance barefoot in this class. Please

send your dancer in comfortable clothes they can move in.

No jeans please.

Dates/Times/Location: Fridays, April 28 - June 2,

9:15–10 am at NYMS

Ages: 2-3 years Min/Max: 3/8

Fee: $55 for 6 sessions

Contact the Brio Dance Studio Office at 253.1700

for any additional information.

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Spring Youth Enrichment

Home Work Club!

Instructor: Emily Curtis

Join us after school where kids can get their homework

done and have fun at the same time! We will meet and

enjoy a healthy snack, which is provided, as well as a

small break before diving into our homework. Everyone

will bring their “just right” reading books as well as any

other homework that they might have. Once finished

they will have a chance to play a game, craft, or another

fun activity.

Dates & Times: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday,

April 24 - June 20, (25 Meeting Dates), 3:30–5 pm

Location: MIW, Allison Fluet’s Room

Grades: 1st-3rd Min/Max: 5/10

Fee: $260 per participant (You may purchase a punch

card to use when needed - 10 punch card for $150,

non refundable.)

Mommy & Me, Music & Movement

Instructor: Jennifer Gifford

We’ll move, groove, wiggle and giggle! Exercise fun for

the toddler and parent/caregiver! This class will help

develop a child’s fine and gross motor skills, visualauditory

awareness, rhythm, socialization, strength and

flexibility. We will enjoy musical instruments, ball play,

finger play, parachute, puppets and more! Note: Parent/

caregiver participation is required.

Dates & Times: Wednesdays, May 3 - 24, 9:15 am

Location: Prince Memorial Library

Ages: 4 months - 4 years

Fee: $35 Res / $45 Non-Res

Babysitter’s Training

Instructor: Gail Platts

Children will learn about the responsibilities of becoming

a baby-sitter. Topics include the business of babysitting,

emergency procedures and basic first aid, child care,

amusement of children and more. Upon completion of

this course, participants will receive American Red Cross

Babysitting certification. Full attendance is mandatory to

obtain certificate. Note: No refunds or switching on this

program unless there are participants on a wait list.

Date & Time: Saturday, May 6, 9 am–4 pm

(Bring a bag lunch!)

Location: Town Hall Council Chambers

Ages: 11-14 Max: 14

Fee: $70 Res / $80 Non-Res

Sounds of Silence

(An American Sign Language Class)

TWO CLASSES OFFERED:

GRADES 3-5 and GRADES 6-8

Spring is here and The Sounds of Silence groups are

excited to continue the fun of learning a new language!

The SOS program includes not only American Sign

Language classes in which students will learn sign

language skills and develop an awareness of deaf

culture, but also optional performance opportunities

that help students build confidence and self-esteem.

While SOS is dedicated to helping new students learn

the basics of the language, returning students will also

be given new and fun challenges.

Specifics for each class:

ELEMENTARY CLASS:

• Tuesdays after school, 3:35–5:00 pm

• Grades 3-5

• Location: MIW Music Room

• Dates: 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30, 6/6, 6/13, 6/20

• Class Minimum: 10 students

• Fee: $120, includes 8 classes & performances

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASS:

• Mondays after school, 2:35–4:00 pm

• Grades 6-8

• Location: Greely Middle School (Room 102)

• Late bus transportation available

• Dates: 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 6/5, 6/12, 6/19

• Class Minimum: 10 students

• Fee: $105, includes 7 classes & performances

Hodge Podge

Instructor: Tiffany Mills and staff

Join us for Early Release Wednesday afternoons for a

bunch of activities from games, swimming, crafts &

experiments. Each week will have a theme based activity

in addition to games and projects. Children will enjoy the

wide variety.

Program is limited to first 30 participants.

Dates & Times: Wednesdays, April 26, May 3, 10, 17,

24, June 7, 14, 12:15–5 pm

Fee: $140

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Pre-School Summer Camp

Magic Dragon Pre-School Day Camp

Director: Jennifer Gifford

Assistant Director: Kate Fehlau

Camp Staff: Heather Brown

This is a play-oriented program designed to meet the needs of pre-kindergarten 4 and 5 year olds. A variety of

developmentally appropriate activities will be offered in the following areas: art, music, dramatic play, language

arts, science as well as fine and gross motor activities. Each week the campers will take a field trip on a school

bus, generally on Thursday mornings. New this year we will be adding a “My Town” series, each Tuesday weather

permitting, we will walk to and learn about a local business. This camp is a wonderful way for your child to get

acclimated to Mabel I. Wilson School!

Children should bring a snack each day - no breakable containers, please!

Note: Children must be 4 years old prior to June 1, 2017 (No exceptions)

We will begin accepting registrations on Tuesday, April 4, Limited enrollment. Sign up early!

You may register either in person or online www.cumberlandmaine.com

Theme Weeks

Week 1 - Theme: “Pirates and Princesses” June 26 - 30

Field trip: Seacoast Fun Park

Week 2 - Theme: “Farm Friends” July 10 - 14

Field trip: Pineland Farm

Week 3 - Theme: “Superhero Training” July 17 - 21

Field trip: Broadcove Reserve

Week 4 - Theme: “Space Explorers” July 24 - 28

Field trip: Southworth Planetarium

Week 5 - Theme: “Moosely Animals” July 31 - August 4

Field trip: Maine Wildlife Park

Week 6 - Theme: “Make A Splash” August 7 - 11

Field trip: Seacoast Fun Park

Dates & Times: Mon-Fri, 9 am–12 noon (Campers must not arrive prior to 8:45 am)

Location: Wilson School

Fee: $110 Res / $120 Non-Res (per week)

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Summer Adventure Camp

Summer Adventure Day Camp

Director: Erin Bjorkdahl

Assistant Director: Nicole Pollard

Day camp themes will concentrate on activities and socialization for youth grades 1-5. On “Home Days”

(M, W, F) Structured activities will consist of arts & crafts, games, drama and sports. The afternoon schedule

consists of swimming, games, special activities, and theme events.

Beach trips include: Pine Point, Ferry, Sebago Lake, Range Pond and Crescent Beach. (One area beach &

one field trip per week, weather permitting).

Campers are divided in to three groups, according to your child’s grade for the upcoming school year (Fall 2017).

Camp hours are from 9 am–4 pm. Before & After Care is available at NO EXTRA FEE from 7:30–9 am &

4–5:30 pm daily. Materials to bring to camp include swim suit, bathing cap, snacks, towel, lunch & drinks.

Location: Greely Middle School Grades: Entering 1-5 in Fall 2017

Schedule is tentative - weather permitting

Week 1: “Moovin & Groovin Week” June 26 - 30 Field Trip: Funtown Fee: $ 190

Week 2: “Party in the USA Week” July 3 - 7 (No camp July 4) Field Trip: Splashtown Fee: $170

Week 3: “Animal Planet Week” July 10 -14 Field Trip: Yorks Wild Kingdom Fee: $ 190

Week 4: “Hawaiian Hullabaloo Week” July 17 - 21 Field Trip: Aquaboggan Fee: $190

Week 5: “Fairy Tale Week” July 24 - 28 Field Trip: Storyland Fee: $190

Camp Fee 2017 SPECIAL:

Attend all 7 weeks of Camp for a onetime fee of $1079.00 (Save nearly 20%)

Extended Hours:

Extended Hours-available Mon. - Fri. 7:30-9am &4-5:30pm for NO additional fee

Materials to bring to camp:

Week 6: “Superhero’s Week” July 31 - August 4 Field Swim Trip: Suit, Bathing Water cap, Snacks, Country Towel, Lunch, Fee: and Liquids $190

Week 7: “Under the Big Top Week” August 7 - 11 Field Trip: Cirkus Smirkus Fee: $190

Lunches:

Each camper must bring a lunch marked with the campers name. no glass containers, please! A camp store will be opened

for certain times of the day and they will have juice, water and other snacks for your campers to purchase.

Note: Please register either in person at the Recreation Office for day camp & extended hours or you may register online for this

program. All fees must be paid in full at time of registration. A $25.00 per week /per camper fee will be charged if you should

Camp Fee 2017 SPECIAL: Attend all 7 weeks of Camp for a one-time fee of $1,079 (Save nearly 20%)

drop for any reason.

Lunches: Each camper must bring a lunch marked with the campers name. No glass containers, please! A camp

Registration Deadline:

store will be opened for certain times of the day and Each they Wednesday will have prior to juice, each session water provided and there other is space. No snacks Phone Registration for your campers

to purchase.

Note: Please register either in person at the Recreation Office for day camp & extended hours or you may register

online for this program. All fees must be paid in full at time of registration. A $25 per week / per camper fee will

be charged if you should drop for any reason.

Registration Deadline: Each Wednesday prior to

each session provided there is space. No Phone

Registration. Accepting Registrations Beginning

Tuesday, April 4.

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Middle School Summer Camp

CUMBERLAND/N.Y. RECREATION

Middle School Summer

Adventure Camp 2017

Participants Entering Grades 6, 7, 8 (Fall 2017)

We will begin accepting Registrations on Tuesday, April 4th (Online registrations accepted!)

The Middle School Summer Adventure program is designed specifically for middle school youth. This program will take three

field trips weekly (Mon, Wed, Fri) and be on-site (GHS) on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Field trips will range from hiking, rafting,

kayaking to beach days. General hours for camp will be 9:00am – 4:00pm; some field trips will have extended hours. (i.e. bus

leaving at 8:00am and returning at 4:30pm). No discounts

Before & After Care WILL be available at NO additional cost (Before/After Care will be held at GMS

Session 1: June 26–June 30 Fee: $190.00 res

Session 2: July 3-July 7 Fee: $165.00 res (No Camp 4th of July)

Session 3: July 10–July 14 Fee: $190.00 res

Session 4: July 17–July 21 Fee: $190.00 res

Session 5: July 24–July 28 Fee: $190.00 res

Session 6: July 31–Aug 30–Aug 4

Fee: $210.00 res White Water Rafting

Session 7: Aug 7–Aug 11 Fee:$190.00 res

Camp Fee 2017 SPECIAL: Attend all 7 weeks of Camp for a onetime fee of $1079.00 (Save 20%)

All fees must be paid in full at time of registration. *A $25.00 per week per student non-refundable fee will be

charged if you should drop.

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Summer Enrichment

Sew Wicked Fun Camp!

Join us for some fun summer sewing! We will be

stitching summer-themed projects that you can use

at the beach or at home. Projects may include a

sunglasses holder, a summer mug rug, a drawstring

bag to hold your shells and treasures in, a beach towel/

pillow, and more! Learn both hand- and machinestitching,

or improve your skills if you already know how

to sew. No experience necessary, all levels of sewists

welcome. Machines and materials provided.

Dates: Monday, July 17 - Friday, July 21

Time: 9 am–12 noon

Location: MIW

Grades: Entering 3-7

Fee: $125

Min/Max: 4/8

“Maine Days” Camp

Director: Candy Allen

We all know that summer in Maine is ‘the way life

should be.’ Many children have created lifelong

memories in our beautiful state and literature has

captured Maine’s beautiful natural world. In this camp,

your child will engage in a multisensory experience

exploring such themes as: Lakes, Streams, Mountains,

Blueberries, Moose, Lighthouses, Trees, Beaches,

Ponds, Birds and Rocks. We will explore Maine’s

natural world through books, poems, plays, journals,

music, art, movement, and food.

Candy Allen has taught grades 2 & 3 in SAD 51. She

has experience working summer camps in SAD 51,

Windham and Standish.

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, July 24-28, 9–3 pm

Location: Wilson School

Grades: Entering 1-4 in Fall 2017

Fee: $160 Res / $170 Non-Res

2017

5th Annual

FAMILY COMMUNITY THEATRE

Aspiring actors of all abilities ages 8 and up are encouraged to participate in

this free program. Join Us in presenting our new Community Theatre show,

Action News: Now with 10% More Action!

A hilarious comedy spoofing the evening news by Jonathan Rand.

One evening performance Thursday August 10th 7pm.

Required availability dates are August 8, 9 & 10 5:30-8:30pm.

A flexible rehearsal schedule of half an hour on Tuesdays or Thursdays

between 5:30-7pm will be available, families will rehearse on the same day.

Children ages 8-12 will need a guardian present during rehearsals.

Casting will be Tuesday June 27th, great character parts are available for all ages

and abilities! Behind the scene volunteers will also be needed.

Please register online at www.cumberlandmaine.com

FMI jgifford@cumberlandmaine.com

Cumberland/NY Community Recreation.

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Summer Enrichment

Makers of the Future Camp

Come one, come all, and hop on the MAKER train!

A cutting edge Mad Science camp for the emerging

inventor, designer, tinkerer, budding engineer, and

artist. Designed for the young innovative and inventive

minds that will MAKE our future. Activate STEAM

(Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) thinking

through exploration and creation in the topics of

robotics, animation, coding, game design, electricity,

energy, and mechanics. Create a wild range of gizmos

and gadgets using Little Bits and paper circuity.

Discover the marvels and the whys of science in this

camp for ALL developing minds. Come MAKE the future

with us!

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, July 10-14,

9 am–3 pm

Location: MIW Art Room

Grades: Entering 2-6 in Fall 2017

Fee: $245 Res / $255 Non-Res

Robot Recruit Camp

Join Mad Science or a week of discovery and fun

in this five-day Robotics Camp! Investigate robotic

fundamentals, learn about the history of robotics,

from literature to engineering advancements, & build

ingenious robots to take home every day. Experiment

with sound sensing robots, animatronics, line-tracking

robots, industrial robots, surveillance bots, IPad

controlled performance bots, robotic pets, the worlds

smartest and smallest robot. Children will use IPad’s

throughout the week to learn about today’s robots

and even build their creative confidence by making

their own remote control! Our future roboticist’s

round out the week getting more in depth experience

programming robots as they cycle through programming

stations that will enrich their understanding of

programming. Which of our creative camper’s will

design tomorrow’s robots? Could it be you?

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, July 24-28,

9 am–3 pm

Location: MIW Art Room

Grades: Entering 2-6 in Fall 2017

Fee: $265 Res / $275 Non-Res

Eureka! The Inventors Camp

Inspire the inventor and scientist in you during this Mad

Science week of discovery and invention. Each day

children will be given a series of challenges which must

be overcome using basic materials, simple machines,

tips from world famous inventors and the most

important thing of all – your mind! If you were stranded

on a desert island how would you survive? You will

need to build shelter, find food and purify water, protect

yourself and your teammates from the elements and

find a way off the island. Create mini light sabers,

mini-space stations, and electric flying contraptions.

With a little bit of ingenuity, you’ll construct catapults

and forts, build Ruberg contraptions that perform

simple tasks, and experiment with humanoid robots.

Take home projects include ping-pong ball launchers,

mousetrap contraption cars, mystery sticks, tubular

blow darts, and other wacky contraptions!

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, August 7-11,

9 am–3 pm

Location: MIW Art Room

Grades: Entering 1-5 in Fall 2017

Fee: $240 Res / $250 Non-Res

DaVinci Experience Science &

Art Camp

Bring science and art ALIVE for your child at the Mabel I

Wilson School. Experienced teachers lead small groups

in exploring a new theme each day. Campers will have

safe, active fun as the participate in hands-on science

activities, art projects, and outdoor games. Participants

should bring their own water bottle, snack and lunch.

Please bring a pair of sneakers for active games.

The week long camp theme for 2017 is: Jurassic

Giants - All about Dinosaurs. Discover what it is like

to be a paleontologist. Build models, make fossils, and

create your own dinosaur. Handle life size dinosaur

bones and learn to identify them at Mabel I Wilson

School!

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, June 26-30,

9 am–3 pm

Location: MIW Art Room

Ages: 5-13

Fee: $285 Res / $295 Non-Res

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Summer Enrichment

Princess Dance Camp

Instructors: Julie Wilkes, Director - Brio Dance Studio

Doesn’t every little girl deserve the royal treatment?

We think so! Join us for a week of dancing with the

princesses!

Each day will focus on a different Disney Princess. Daily

activities will include: stretching, dance class, healthy

snacks, craft time, princess manners, and dress up!

Come explore the art of dance while learning the story

of Frozen, Moana, and others!

The performing arts aid in the growth of a child’s selfconfidence,

coordination, and creative expression.

Join Brio Dance Studio for a week of fun, learning, and

finding your inner princess!

Dates & Times: July 10-14, 9 am–12 noon

Location: MIW Gym

Ages: 3-6

Fee: $125

Min/Max: 6/20

Summer Literacy Workshop

Instructor: Allison Fluet

Wondering how to keep your child engaged in reading

and writing work over the summer? Summer Literacy

Workshop will provide reading and writing opportunities

for your child that are fun, authentic, meaningful, and

connected to summer to keep their skills secure. Avoid

the summer slide in literacy learning!

Dates & Times: Tuesday/Thursday, July 11, 13, 18,

20, 25, 27, August 1, 3, 8:30 am–12:30 pm

4 weeks - 8 Sessions

Location: MIW

Grades: Entering 1-3 in Fall 2017

Fee: $199

Min: 10

Hip Hop Dance Camp

Instructors: Julie Wilkes, Director - Brio Dance Studio

This camp is for the beginner hip hop dancer and

will introduce campers to different styles of hip hop,

including popping, locking, and 90’s throwback!

Each day, campers will warm up, learn new steps,

freestyle, and work on a dance that’ll be performed for

family and friends on Friday.

Please send your camper with indoor sneakers,

comfortable clothing, and a bottle of water.

Dates & Times: July 17-21, 9 am–1 pm

Location: MIW Gym

Grades: 1-5

Fee: $125

Min/Max: 6/20

Brick By Brick Maine

Lego Volcano Adventure!

The alarm has sounded: a menacing volcano is

about to erupt! A team of top scientists and volcano

explorers has to be sent to the scene! Are you up

for the challenge? Join our team as we design a

mobile operations center and build helicopters, power

drills and other high-tech equipment to survey the

danger and save the city from destruction.

Camp participants will stay focused with educational

stories, Lego builds, games and challenges which

promote collaboration, critical thinking and fun!

Daily sessions always include time for creative freebuilding,

too.

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, July 17-21,

9 am–3 pm

Location: MIW

Grades: Entering Kindergarten-4 in Fall 2017

Fee: $220 per participant

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Summer Enrichment

Summer Art Camp

Instructors: Susannah Wood and James Treadwell,

Art Teachers, Greely Middle School

This exciting “hands-on” art program will enable

students to express their artistic talents in a variety

of media. Activities will include drawing, printmaking,

collage, painting, and sculptural work. All supplies

and materials are provided. Students will benefit

from individual and small group instruction by two

seasoned art professionals who will instruct, guide,

and encourage students throughout the process.

Students will have the opportunity to work at their

own pace in areas of interest as well as participate in

group projects. Please bring a hearty snack and wear

clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty. Limited to 16

children.

Dates & Times: Monday-Thursday, July 10-13,

8:30 am–12:30 pm

Location: GMS Art Room

Grades: Entering 3-6 in Fall 2017

Fee: $120 Res / $130 Non-Res (includes supplies)

Summer Clay Camp

Instructors: Susannah Wood and James Treadwell,

Art Teachers, Greely Middle School

This fun and creative camp is for kids who love working

with clay! We will work with a variety of clay handbuilding

techniques such as pinch, coil, and slab as

well as explore clay’s sculptural aspects. Campers will

learn about the basic pottery making process including

firing and glazing. Students will benefit from individual

and small group instruction by two seasoned art

professionals who will instruct, guide, and encourage

students throughout the process. Students will have

the opportunity to work at their own pace in areas of

interest as well as participate in group projects. All

supplies and materials are provided. Please bring a

hearty snack and wear clothes that you don’t mind

getting dirty. Limited to 16.

Dates & Times: Monday-Thursday, July 24-27,

8:30 am–12:30 pm

Location: GMS Art Room

Grades: Entering 3-6 in Fall 2017

Fee: $120 Res / $130 Non-Res (includes supplies)

Incredible Author of the Day

Instructor: Theresa Cameron-Raymond

Come celebrate the life and works of several famous

writers of children’s storybooks. Each day starts as a

class community with a morning meeting, including

songs, activities, sharing time, and daily news. Then,

we will research the Mystery Author of the Day and

read several of their books. We will discuss characters

and make predictions, do mental image drawings, and

study how the illustrations help tell the story. Through

physical theater, we will reenact one of our favorite

stories and create an art or cooking project related to

the text. Please pack a hearty snack and lunch with

lots of water. Wear comfortable play clothes.

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, July 31-August 4,

9 am–3 pm

Location: MIW Grades: 1-5 Fee: $180 Max: 20

Book, Cook ‘n Craft Camp

Instructor: Theresa Cameron-Raymond

Come read fantastic books, act them out through

physical theater games, and create keeper crafts based

on the theme of the story. Each day will hold delicious

cooking experiences where you will prepare a snack

from scratch and publish a recipe book chalked full of

your artwork. Please pack a hearty snack and lunch

with lots of water. Wear comfortable play clothes.

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, August 14-18,

9 am–3 pm

Location: MIW Grades: Entering 1-5 in Fall 2017

Fee: $180 Max: 20

Hodge Podge - Summer Edition

Instructors: Luanne Balzano-Brookes &

Margaret McDevitt

Join us for our “mixed bag” fun-filled week of indoor/

outdoor activities, music & movement, creative play and

arts & crafts. There is something for everyone! Come

have some fun! Please pack 2 snacks, a lunch, and a

water bottle daily.

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, August 14-18,

9 am–4 pm

Location: MIW Grades: Entering 1-4 in Fall 2017

Fee: $149 per participant Max: 25

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Youth Swimming

Summer Swim Lessons (GHS Pool) Please see below for individual level descriptions

Parent/Child Swim (30 min)

For parent and child, 6 months to 3 ½ yrs. The purpose of this class is to familiarize families with the pool and to

begin the process of assimilating your child for swim lessons. This class is not designed to teach children to survive

in the water on their own. The major focus of this class will be to have fun with your child while learning some of the

basics such as proper holds. Instruction will be geared to the parent. A clean swim diaper is required under a snug

fitting bathing suit for children who are not potty trained.

Lessons Information: Children need to follow simple commands from their instructor. Trust is important and crucial

for positive progress. Parents are welcome to watch from the bleachers. Our classes are organized initially by age

(for first time preschoolers) with a ratio of 1:4, instructor to student. For children 6 and up the instructor to student

ratio will depend on the skill group your child is working on. We follow USWIM progressions Level 2 and 3. See

below for skills and for more detail parents can view all the levels on YouTube.

Level 2, Safety Fundamentals, is divided into six

skills:

Skill 1 is Breath Control

Skill 2 is Streamlined (front) Float

Skill 3 is Back Float

Skill 4 is Dog Paddling (face down)

Skill 5 is Back Kicking with arms at sides

Skill 6 is Safety Awareness and combines all skills in the

shallow end and progresses to the deep end of the pool.

Level 3, Stroke Development, is divided into six

skills:

Skill 1 is Streamlined Kick (with face in)

Skill 2 is Beginner Freestyle

Skill 3 is Pat the Dog

Skill 4 is Freestyle Breathing

Skill 5 is Backstroke

Skill 6 is Freestyle

Level 4:

Level 4 is not part of the USWIM lesson progressions. We will provide instruction for the following and once taught

encourage children who want to continue to join Seacoast Swim Club: Beginning Breaststroke, Butterfly, Treading

Water, Surface Dives, Standing Front Dive

Swimmers with hair that is 3 inches or longer must wear bathing caps.

Goggles are required in all learn to swim programs. For children as young as 3 learning to wear goggles is as much

a part of the lesson as getting in the water. They should be comfortable and fit properly.

Parents, swimmers and spectators are required to remove shoes before entering the pool area.

Location: GHS Pool Fee: $55 Res / $65 Non-Res Per Session (All Lessons)

Dates & Times: Session 1: Mondays/Wednesdays, June 26 - July 19 (6 Lessons - No class July 3rd or 5th)

Session 2: Mondays/Wednesdays, July 24 - August 9 (6 Lessons)

Morning Youth Swim Lessons

Parent/Child: 9:30–10 am

Min/Max: 4/12

Ages 3 1/2-5 (Level 1/2): 10:10–10:40 am

(must be 3 1 /2 at start of session)

Min/Max: 8/16

Ages 6 & Up (Level 2-4): 10:50–11:20 am

(must be 6 by start of session)

Min/Max: 8/16

Evening Youth Swim Lessons

(A) Levels 2-4, ages 6 and up: 5:30–6 pm

Min/Max: 8/16 (must be 6 by start of session)

Ages 3 1/2-5 (Level 1/2): 6:10–6:40 pm

(must be 3 1 /2 at start of session)

Min/Max: 4/16

(B) Level 2-4, ages 6 and up: 6:50–7:20 pm

(must be 6 by start of session)

Min/Max: 8/16

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Val Halla Activities

Wee Golfer Clinics

A popular class... this program is for juniors entering

grades K-1. This program is an introduction to the

game of golf. We will use the putting green and driving

range. Val Halla can provide clubs for this program.

Dates & Times: Saturdays, 10–11 am

Session 1: June 10, 17 & 24

Session 2: July 15, 22 & 29

Location: Val Halla Golf Course Putting Green &

Driving Range

Grades: K-1

Fee: $0, limited to 16 golfers.

Please do not sign up for more than 1 session.

U8 Junior League

A program for juniors entering Grades 1-3. This

program will work on the basics but also emphasize

what it means to become “course ready.”

Dates & Times: Saturdays

Session 1: May 6 - June 17 (no class June 3),

2:30–3:30 pm

Session 2: July 1 - August 5, 2–3 pm

Location: Val Halla Golf Course

Grades: 1-3

Fee: $59 Res / $69 Non-Res, limited to 12 golfers

U11 Junior League

A program for juniors entering Grades 3-5. This

program will work on the basics but also emphasize

what it means to become “course ready.”

Dates & Times: Saturdays, 3:30–4:30 pm

Session 1: May 6 - June 17 (no class June 3)

Session 2: July 1 - August 5

Location: Val Halla Golf Course

Grades: 3-5

Fee: $59 Res / $69 Non-Res, limited to 12 golfers

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Early Release Afterschool Golf

This popular junior golf program will be offered as a

way to introduce and instruct junior golfers in some

of the vital areas of golf basics…grip and stance;

chipping and putting; full swings; rules and etiquette.

It will also provide the opportunity to play the course

should the golfers be “course ready.” This course

is perfect for the junior golfer who wants to learn

the game of golf or improve their current skill level.

This program will be held rain or shine at Val Halla

on each early release Wednesday. Club storage and

golf equipment is available for this program at no

additional charge.

Dates & Times: Wednesdays, April 26, May 3, 10, 17,

24, June 7, 14 (No program May 31), 12:30–5 pm

Location: Val Halla Golf Course (Cumberland

Recreation will provide bus transportation from GMS

and MIW after school)

Grades: 3-5 / Fee: $175, limited to 18 golfers

U14 Middle School Golf Program

A new “ala carte” middle-school-aged golf

program comprised of clinics, lessons

and competition with a variety of

options and levels of participation beginning in

April and ending in October with three points of

entry (April, June and August). Clinics and lessons

will be conducted under the watchful eye of a PGA

Professional. Modeled after PGA Jr. League, this

program is based on a practice or two per week and

an event or tournament once a week. Please see the

Val Halla website for more information.

NEW!

Location: Val Halla Golf Course

Dates & Times: Mondays/Thursdays, 3:30–5 pm

Spring Practice: April 24 - June 8

Summer Practice: June 19 - August 3

Fall Practice: August 14 - October 12

Fee: $60 Res / $80 Non-Res (one day)

$100 Res / $120 Non-Res (both days)

Events Fee: Spring $40/event - 7 events available

Summer $25/event - 20 events available

Fall $40/event - 8 events available

NOTE: Register for events on US Kids

website or MSGA website


Val Halla Activities

PGA Junior Golf Camps (Ages 7-16)

Program Director: Brian Bickford, PGA and Mike Arsenault, PGA

Val Halla Golf Course is one of 21 original sites of PGA Junior Golf Camps in the country and the only course in

Maine to offer this PGA-accredited program. This will be Val Halla’s 3rd year offering this type of program under

the guidance of the PGA.

Camp Highlights

• Three (3) hours of hands-on instruction each day. This is dependent on each students golfing ability and golf

needs as well as their ability to absorb golf instruction. Coach Bickford and Coach Arsenault will ask for a

player-survey and parent-survey to be completed prior to arrival for each session.

• Use of advanced teaching technology (Swing Plane; Edufii; Flightscope; aboutGolf sims).

• 9-holes of golf daily including on-course instruction (full day campers only).

• “Camper updates” sent by camp director throughout the week.

• Skill development awards and recognition.

• Campers will make field-trips to a local area course and/or driving range to enhance the golfer’s experience

and training expertise).

• Golfers will utilize the Tee Box at Val Halla (state of the art indoor golf facility) from time to time during the

week to work on various aspects of the game of golf.

• Includes lunch for both half day and full day campers (menu to be distributed prior to camp and due on the

first day).

• End of camp week “PGA Junior Golfer Accomplishment Celebration.” This is held Friday morning.

Full-day camps (ages 9-16) provide an excellent opportunity for junior golfers to improve their technical skills

as well as develop strong course management skills. Participants are segmented into smaller groups based on

their experience level in order to create the most favorable learning environment possible. Camps will be 4.5

days in 2017 with full days Monday - Thursday and half day on Friday (M-Th 9–4 pm; F 9–12:30 pm)

Fee is $350 per session.

Our Half Day camps (7-13) are designed to create in the ‘new junior golfer’ up through those playing at an

intermediate level. Participants are segmented into smaller groups based on their experience level in order to

create the most favorable learning environment possible. For three hours each day, campers learn or hone their

skills with a strong emphasis placed on golf’s fundamentals and well as fun! We will also play one morning

depending on the course schedule. Camps will be Monday-Friday, 9–12:30 pm.

Fee is $195 per session.

Sessions:

Session 1: 4/17 - 4/21 (Spring school vacation week; weather dependent)

Session 2: 6/26 - 6/30

Session 3: 7/10 - 7/14

Session 4: 7/24 - 7/26 (M-W; 3-day short week)

Session 5: 8/14 - 8/18

Session 6: 8/21 - 8/25

All registrations are online through the PGA at: www.pgajuniorgolfcamps.com

(not through CNY Rec)

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Val Halla Activities

PGA Junior League

(Ages 8-13)

The most popular junior golf program nationwide is

offered again this year at Val Halla. Last year we had

two teams. We practice once a week working on skills

and drills. Practice will be held on Wednesday’s from

4–6 pm. We play on Sunday afternoon/evenings from

4–6:30 pm.

Dates & Times:

Practice: Wednesdays, May 24 - July 26, 4-6 pm

Competition: Sundays, 4-6:30 pm (see website)

Location: Val Halla Golf Course

Fee: $179, limited to 12 golfers

Team jersey, instruction,

coaching, golf course fees,

range fees, away course

fees. Away course riding

carts may not be included

and charging is at the

discretion of the home

course.

Registration: All registrations are on-line through the

PGA at www.pgajlg.com

Val Halla Tournament Series

Though out the summer, we will hold

junior tournaments and events for our

juniors. The entry fee of $10pp for each

event will include greens fee, food and

winners prizes.

LPGA-USGA Girls Golf

(Grades 2-10)

Program Director: Karen Nicoletti, PGA

We’re not your typical junior golf program!

We are excited to welcome LPGA Professional Karen

Nicoletti, LPGA, who will direct this program for 2017.

Assistance from local high school girl golfers will be an

integral part as well.

A nationally recognized program, Girls Golf provides

girls with quality golf instruction led by LPGA and PGA

teaching professionals or certified coaches from The

First Tee. Not only are they experts in taking girls from

beginner to advanced golfers, but they also specialize

in creating experiences that show girls just how much

fun golf really is!

We help empower them with confidence and teach

them valuable life skills. From Leadership skills to

inspiring healthy living, we use the Five E’s of Girls

Golf to Empower, Enrich, Engage, Exercise, and

Energize girls through the game of golf.

We anticipate splitting the program into two or three

groups by age.

Dates & Times: Sundays, June 18 - August 6,

Time TBD

Location: Val Halla Golf Course

Fee: $99 Res / $109 Non-Res

All ages are welcome and flights will be

based on age.

2-Person Team Scramble – Monday, July 3

2-Person Team Best Ball – Monday, July 10

Junior-Guest – Monday, July 17

President’s Cup – Monday, July 24

Parent-Child – Saturday, July 29

Club Championship – Monday, August 7th

Fee: $10 pp per event

To register go to www.valhallagolf.com

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Adult Golf Programs

Wine & 9 for Ladies

Program Director: Brian Bickford, PGA &

Gary Rees, PGA

It’s our 10 th year. It’s a simple program with an

underlying theme of having fun. It’s all about

learning something new, networking with other ladies

and learning to play a difficult game in a relaxed

atmosphere.

Go to www.valhallagolf.com for all of the details and

descriptions of the various levels.

Dates & Times: 5-week sessions beginning the week

of May 2 (Spring); June 13 (Summer) & July 25 (Late

Summer).

BEGINNER (LEVEL 1)

Tuesday Evenings (24) 6–8 pm

INTERMEDIATE (LEVEL 2)

Thursday Midday (12) 1–3 pm

Thursday Evenings (24 slots) 6–8 pm

ADVANCED (LEVEL 3)

Wednesday Evenings (12) 5:30–7:30 pm

Wednesday Evenings (12) 6–8 pm

Location: Val Halla Golf Course

Fee: $109 / 5-week session (2-hours/evening)

ALL programs use on-line registration and registration

opens on Thursday, April 6 at 8 am.

Wine & 9 Memberships

Limited to 24 memberships

Level 1: A membership includes one 9-hole walking

round per week (anytime weekdays; after 1:00 on

weekends) and one session of Wine & 9 (your choice).

Fee: $299, includes a W9 session

Level 2: A membership includes unlimited 9-hole

walking round per week (anytime weekdays; after 1:00

on weekends) and one session of Wine & 9 (your

choice).

Fee: $499, includes a W9 session

Stein & 9 for Men

Program Directors: Brian Bickford, PGA & Gary Rees,

PGA

This is a golf development program for the occasional

golfer. This program is based on clinic-style instruction

during the first hour and play during the second hour

of each session.

Go to www.valhallagolf.com for all of the details.

Dates & Times: 5-week Monday sessions during the

spring and summer beginning

the week of May 1 and June 12

Session 1: May 1 - June 5, 6–8 pm (No class 5/29

Memorial Day)

Session 2: June 12 - July 19, 6–8 pm

Location: Val Halla Golf Course

Fee: $109 / 5-week session

ALL programs use on-line registration.

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Youth Sports

Ranger Soccer Camp

Director: Mike Andreasen

This camp is designed to meet the needs of each player based on his or her age and skill level. The major

emphasis of the camp stresses the fundamentals needed to play a controlled game of soccer. Without the

fundamentals, it is very difficult to implement a system of play. Player will be grouped according to the level where

they can achieve the most success. Controlled tactical sessions will be featured in order to develop a higher level

of play. For more information please call Mike Andreasen (829-4589).

Half Day Camp: Dates & Times: Tuesday-Saturday, June 27-July 1, 9 am–12 noon

Location: GHS & GMS

Grades: Entering Grades 2 & 3 in Fall 2017 Fee: $100 Res / $110 Non-Res

Full Day Camp: Dates & Times: Tuesday-Saturday*, June 27-July 1, 9 am–3 pm, *9-Noon on Saturday

Location: GHS & GMS

Grades: Entering Grades 4-9 in Fall 2017 Fee: $170 Res / $180 Non-Res

Ranger Basketball Camp

Directors: Travis Seaver (Greely Boys Varsity Basketball Coach), Rob Marsh (Greely Boys Varsity Assistant Coach),

Girls Coaches TBA. Both boys and girls team assistant coaches and players will serve as staff.

Grades 1 & 2 Co-ed program

A fun introduction to basketball skills and play. Emphasis is on a positive learning experience in the basics of

defensive stance, court movement, passing, dribbling and shooting. In addition there will be a strong emphasis on

team work and good sportsmanship.

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, July 10-14, 8–9 am Location: Greely High School Gym

Fee: $40 Res / $50 Non-Res

Grades 3-8 (Boys)

Focus will be on the fundamental skills of dribbling, passing, shooting, offensive and defensive movement, team

play and teamwork. This program will be split up into three divisions (3 rd /4 th Grade, 5 th /6 th Grade & 7 th /8 th Grade).

Participants will also scrimmage on balanced teams and game experience will be emphasized. Campers will need

to pack a bathing suit/towel, lunch, several snacks & plenty to drink daily.

Dates & Times: Monday-*Friday, July 10-14, 9 am–4 pm (swimming at the Greely Pool from 3–4 pm)

*9–11:30am on Friday

Location: Greely High School Gym Fee: $145 Res / $155 Non-Res

Grades 3-8 (Girls)

Players focus on understanding the game and learning fundamental skills: dribbling, passing, and shooting.

Low-structured games give players an opportunity to practice their skills. Practice sessions will be split up by age/

ability and will emphasize team work along with skill development. In addition, sportsmanship will be encouraged

throughout the week. Campers will need to pack a bathing suit/towel, lunch, several snacks & plenty to drink daily.

Dates & Times: Monday-*Friday, July 10-14, 9 am–4 pm (swimming at the Greely Pool from 3–4 pm)

*9–11:30am on Friday

Location: MIW Gym Fee: $145 Res / $155 Non-Res

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Youth Sports

T-Ball Fun Games

Instructors: Mort Soule & Tom Gruber

This is an introductory program of fun games for

those youth who did not play with the Little League

T-ball program. Open for those children who have

completed kindergarten or ages 4 & 5. (Note, must be

age 4 prior to August 1, 2016) Teams will be chosen

each night with no consistency to any one team from

game to game. Parent volunteers needed to help with

instruction and encouragement. Special thanks to

Cumberland/North Yarmouth Little League for providing

equipment for this program.

Dates & Times: Tuesdays/Thursdays, June 22 -

July 13 (No program July 4 - Make up July 18),

6–7 pm (6 sessions)

Location: Cumberland Commons

Ages: 4-5 (Must be 4 by August 1, 2017)

Fees: $45 Res /$55 Non-Res (includes hat & T-shirt)

Soccer Clinics

Instructors: GHS Varsity Boys Soccer Coach

Mike Andreasen & Staff

Co-ed Kindergarten Soccer (Entering Fall 2017)

This clinic is for boys and girls who have had no

experience in the game of soccer and is designed to

teach agility, ball control and to work on motor skills.

Each participant will work with his/her own soccer ball

during the learning session.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:15–9 am

Co-ed 1 st & 2 nd Grade Soccer (Entering Fall 2017)

For boys and girls who have had minimal or no

experience in the game of soccer. The program is

designed to teach agility, ball control and to work on

motor skills. Each participant will work with his/her own

soccer ball during the learning session.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:15–10 am

Cumberland Tae Kwon Do

for Kids

NEW!

Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and

mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long

skills – respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while

practicing self-defense techniques. Great introduction

to the Martial Arts while incorporating fun games and

drills.

Taught by SaBumNim Jake Daniele. 4th Degree Black

Belt who has been training in Freeport for over 20

years (since he was 5). SaBumNim Jake has multiple

Maine and New England Championships.

Dates & Times

Session 1: Wednesday, April 26 - June 7 (7 weeks),

5:30–6:15 pm

Session 2: Wednesday, June 21 - August 9 (7 weeks),

5:30–6:15 pm

Location: West Cumberland Community Rec Hall

Grades: K-3

Fees: $70

Boys/Girls 3 rd -6 th Grade Soccer (Entering Fall 2017)

This program is intended to allow participants to

further their soccer skills. Skill work and game situation

creativity will be stressed. Games will be played daily.

Players will be separated into two groups, 3rd/4th &

5th/6th Grade and may combine with boys group for

certain drills.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10–11 am

All programs run the following dates:

Dates & Times: July 3 - July 28 (14 sessions), No

program July 4

(Times listed below each clinic)

Location: GHS/GMS Fields

Fee: $50 Res / $60 Non-Res

**Inclement weather - please check:

www.cumberlandmaine.com website.

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Youth Sports

Mainely Stars Field Hockey Camp

Director: Becki Belmore, Greely Varsity Coach

The Mainely Stars Field Hockey Camp provides both

technical and tactical training to youth players in a fun,

game-orientated atmosphere. Our commitment is to

provide a venue for field hockey players to be a part

of an environment that fosters both the passion for

and the fun of the game. Players gain experience and

confidence through small sided games. Coach Belmore

directs the camp and current Greely High School field

hockey players assist. The Greely High School Pool is

available to full day campers from 3–4 pm daily.

Please send a lunch (full day camp), multiple snacks,

water and sunblock. All campers can begin arriving as

early as 8:30 am. Camp will begin promptly at 9 am.

Dates: July 17-20 (rain date July 21)

Location: GHS Field Hockey Field (Inside the track)

Grades: Entering 1-3 in Fall 2017

Times: 9 am–12 noon

Fees: $95 Res /$105 Non-Res

Grades: Entering 4-9 in Fall 2017

Times: 9 am–3 pm

Fees: $185 Res /$195 Non-Res

*Reversible pinnie included with registration fee

For more information or questions, please contact

Becki Belmore at: bbelmore@msad51.org.

The first ten (10) registrants to sign up for camp will

receive a FREE field hockey equipment package (stick,

ball, shin guards, goggles, mouth guard)

Downeast Lacrosse Camp for Girls

Instructors: Dorothy Holt & YHS coaching staff

Learn lacrosse in this one-week clinic designed for girls

entering grades 3 - 9. This intensive lacrosse camp

will focus on instruction in offensive and defensive

skills, positional play, rules and mental preparation.

Participants must bring cleats, sneakers, lacrosse stick,

mouth guard, water bottle and snack daily.

Please register for this program at:

yarmouthcommunityservices.org

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, June 26-30, 3:30–6 pm

Location: YHS, turf field

Grades: 3-9 Fee: $140

Summer Track (Ages 6-14)

Coach: Stefan Sandreuter & Staff

This program is for youth who enjoy track and field

events. Events include sprints, jumps, throws, and

distance running. Practices consist of age/ability

appropriate workouts as well as games, all of which

are designed as a fun way to prepare youth for

weekly regional meets. Transportation to the meets is

provided. Schedule available at first practice.

Meet transportation provided by school bus.

Dates & Times:

Practice: Mondays/Tuesdays June 19 - July 27*

(6 weeks), 5:30–7 pm

*State meet is typically held during the second Saturday

of August (the 5 th ), with the qualifying meet being held the

Thursday prior (July 27). The program continue during this

time period for all who are interested in these fun postseason

meet opportunities.

Meets: Typically Thursday Afternoons

Location: (Practice) - GHS Track, (Meets) - Area High

Schools in Southern Maine

Ages: 6-14

Fees: $125 Res /$135 Non-Res

Min: 20 registered by June 2 to offer program.

Thanks to all of our volunteer

youth basketball coaches!

Johnna Mulligan

Heath McAllister

Barry Gabloff

Chris Fitzpatrick

Peter Segal

Charlie Livingston

Steve Hutnak

Jerry Lyon

Ron Greco

Matt Stein

Andy Smith

Jeff Michaud

John Eisenhart

Sue Obar

Darren Yorkey

Eric Pettengill

Todd Cloutier

Ray Giandrea

Steve Carey

Colleen Ippolito

Cory Crocker

Mike Tompkins

Greely Varsity

Coaches:

Travis Seaver,

Todd Flaherty,

Rob Marsh

& members of the

Greely Boys & Girls

Basketball Teams

Special Thanks to

Patty Normandeau

For Coordinating gym

times for the program!

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Youth Sports

St. Peter’s Grand Slam Tennis

The junior tennis camps offered through St. Peter’s

Grand Slam Tennis Programs are fun, yet challenging and

instructional for boys and girls ages 8-18 at all skill levels.

For the beginner, a progressive format is followed.

Each session teaches basic tennis strokes and strategy

in an enthusiastic, but low-pressure, environment

featuring the all new USTA 10 And Under Tennis

(www.10andundertennis.com) program for 8-10 year old.

For the intermediate and advanced players, every session

consists of intense drills to refine strokes, conditioning

exercises, strategy, and competitive match play.

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, August 14-18,

9 am–3 pm

Location: Val Halla

Fee: $215

NEW!

Ranger Tennis Camp

Program Coordinators: Ben Caswell & Rye Daily,

GHS Tennis Coaches

We are excited to offer this new summer tennis camp

under the direction of Ben Caswell & Rye Daily. Camp

will consist of a fun yet competitive atmosphere, while

at the same time learning the strokes and strategies

needed to compete in match play. Additionally, coaches

Caswell & Daily will incorporate games/activities that

promote and encourage the sport of tennis.

The camp will be divided into two groups by grade, 1st-

3rd & 4th-6th (entering fall 2017). We are extremely

excited to offer the camp and encourage any child of

any level interested in learning the game to please sign

up!! We look forward to seeing you on the courts!!

NOTE: Please bring hat, water bottle, sunscreen

and tennis racquet. Participants should wear light

colored clothes and sneakers.

Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, July 10-14,

9 am–12 Noon

Location: Val Halla Golf & Recreation Center

Fees: $95 Res /$105 Non-Res

It’s Football Time

Greely Football Registration April 1st through June 15th.

We will be scheduling several live registration and parent

information sessions throughout the spring. New players are

always welcome at all levels!

Flag Football (Grades K & 1) - An 8 week program

introducing kids to the game of football through

short practices and games that emphasize fun and

sportsmanship. No tackling at this level. Players meet on

Saturday mornings for fun practices and games. Cleats are

recommend and mouth guards are required.

Pee Wee Team (Grades 2 & 3) - Introduction to tackle

football focusing on the fundamentals of football, safety,

and fun. Players wear full football pads (cool!) Please

check our website for equipment requirements. 8 games

(Saturdays) and practices are 2 evenings a week (TBD).

Youth JV (Grades 4 & 5) & Youth Varsity Team (Grade 6)

Tackle football program focusing on fundamentals, safety,

and team concepts. Players wear full football pads. Please

check our website for equipment requirements. 8 games

(Saturdays), practices 3 evenings a week (TBD).

Middle School (Grades 7 & 8) - A-Squad (mostly 8th

graders and more advanced 7th graders). B-Squad (mostly

7th graders and newer 8th graders). Program prepares

athletes for high school football. 8 regular season games

(Saturdays/Sundays), practices 4 times a week. Players are

supplied helmets and game jerseys but will need to obtain

the other equipment.

High School (Grades 9 - 12) - Both JV and Varsity Teams.

This is a full contact football program with 8 regular season

games and playoffs. Players are supplied with all equipment

except for cleats and mouth guards.

Please visit the Greelyfootball.com for more information and

online registration. See you on the field, Erik Clapp @

318-7252 or email emc@smemaine.com.

Note: Greely Football welcomes all players to our teams -

no child is ever turned away due to an inability to pay.

Scholarships available.

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Youth Sports/Red Sox Trip

British Challenger Soccer Camp

Cumberland Recreation has once again teamed up

with British Challenger Soccer to provide this popular

quality teaching program for youth interested in soccer.

Challenger is considered one of the leading soccer

programs in the United States and operates multiple

programs in Maine during the course of the summer.

The Soccer Coaches are mainly British, with a strong

background in teaching soccer as a fun and exciting

sport. See specific age group camps listed below.

Dates: Monday-Friday, August 14-18

Location: Twinbrook Recreation Area

“First Kicks” Soccer Program

Boys & Girls, Ages 3 & 4 (Must be 3 by August 1)

Time: 9–10 am

Fee: $95 Res / $105 Non-Res

Mini Kickers Soccer Program

Boys & Girls, Ages 5 & 6 (Must be 5 by August 1)

Time: 10:30 am–12 noon

Fee: $110 Res / $120 Non-Res

Young To Intermediate

Boys & Girls, Grades 2-5 (entering Fall 2017)

Time: 9 am–12 noon

Fee: $150 Res / $160 Non-Res

Advanced Training Program

Boys & Girls, Grades 4-8 (entering Fall 2017)

Time: Monday-Thursday, 9 am–4 pm,

Friday, 9 am–12 noon

Fee: $210 Res / $220 Non-Res

Host Families needed! Please contact

Eliza Miller: enm@maine.rr.com if you are

interested in potentially hosting a coach for

the week.

Take Me Out To The Ballgame!

Boston Red Sox

Leader: Falmouth Rec Staff

Come join us and celebrate all things Red Sox! Let

us worry about the details so you can just sit back

and enjoy the day. Travel via motor coach to Boston

and the famous Fenway Park to watch the team loved

by all of New England and beyond. Price includes

transportation, complete with movies and a restroom,

game tickets, and a few surprises along the way.

All discounts included in fee. All children must be

accompanied by an adult. Return time will depend

upon the end of the game.

Date: Sunday, August 6

Depart / Return: Mason-Motz Parking Lot, 9:45 am /

Depends on the end of the game.

Fee: $112

Seats: Right Field Box 92, RowsEE-HH (12 seats

allocated to Cumberland/North Yarmouth Residents)

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Summer Camp

Instructor: Professor Shaun Durfee

NEW!

The Stonecoast Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Camp is an enriching

solution to your summer camp needs. Kids will be

immersed in exciting activities that teach respect, and

self-discipline while learning Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. This

camp is designed to bring out the best of your child.

Your child will be challenged physically and mentally in

fun and unique ways. We will also touch on aspects of

wrestling, judo, and grappling throughout the week.

The first half of the day will be an introduction to the

sport using mobility and conditioning drills while the

last half of the day will be filled with group games

and outdoor activities. Please send your child with 2

snacks, a lunch and a water bottle. Professor Durfee

is a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and owner of

Stonecoast Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Portland.

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Dates & Times: Monday-Friday, August 21-25,

8:30–3 pm

Grades: 2-7 (entering Fall of 2017)

Location: West Cumberland Hall

Fee: $195 Res / $205 Non-Res

Max 20 students


After School Program

For More Information on

this Program, Please

Contact Peter Bingham at

829-2208 or

pbingham@cumberlandmaine.com

290 Tuttle Rd.

Cumberland, Me 04021

829-2208

THE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM is a 5 day a week program based out of the Mabel I. Wilson

(Grades K-3) & GMS (Grades 4th-6th). Participants are dismissed from school directly to the program.

During program hours, participants will have the opportunity to have a healthy snack, do homework, and enjoy

activities such as active games, free time, board games, arts & crafts, outdoor time, and other various

activities. In addition participants will swim at the Greely Pool on selected Early Release days.

The Program concludes each day at 5:45pm and participants must be signed out of the program by a parent/

guardian daily. The program will be open everyday that school is in session.

PROGRAM FEES:

Weekly Fee = $75.00

*Daily Fee = $16.00

Monthly payments will

be due prior to the

first of the month.

*$20/Daily Fee on E.R Wednesdays

A $50 Registration Fee Due

At Time of Registration

Registrations Will Be Accepted

Beginning Tuesday, May 2nd 2017

(Office Opens at 8am)

You MUST Register @ Recreation Dept.

Registrations Accepted on a first come first served basis

Space is limited, Register EARLY!

VACATION & IN-SERVICE DAY CAMPS: In addition to the After School Program, parents

will have the opportunity to register their children for Inservice & Vacation Camp Non School

Days. Vacation Camp will run from 7:30am-5:30pm. A wide variety of games and activities will be

offered including field trips, swimming, active games, free time, board games, arts & crafts and

much more! Camp will not be open during holidays & is a separate registration.

NEW “Before the Bell” Program Grades K-5th

Before School Care at MIW (Students in grades 4th & 5th will be escorted to GMS for the start of each school day)

Before School is a fun, well-supervised start to your child's day! Our staff are up bright and early and are always

wearing a smile. Activities include gym games, creative arts, challenges and more. Children will have an opportunity

to take advantage of the School Breakfast Program (separate fee) in addition to early morning activities.

This is a great way to get the day started in a fun & safe environment!

Program will take place each morning school is in session.

Session Dates: August 31st-December 22 nd

Session Times: 7:15-8:15am

Session Location: MIW GYM

Program Fee: $375.00

Minimum of 7, max of 30 (Registrations online or in person open May 2nd)

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Fall Soccer

CNY United Fall Soccer

(Cumberland/North Yarmouth Recreation)

This is an intra-community soccer league for grades

1-6. Games will be played at Twin Brook on Saturday

mornings beginning September 10, (K & 1 st grade

program begins on September 9). Some of the benefits

of community soccer are: Balanced teams; everyone

plays at least ½ of game; and good sportsmanship is

emphasized.

1 st Grade Soccer Program

The First Grade Program will meet on Saturdays. All

first graders, boys & girls, will gather at 11:30 am at

Twin Brook for an hour of fun games, skill building

and small-sided (3 versus 3) scrimmages. Players will

receive a soccer jersey and their own size 3 ball.

Dates & Times: September 9, 16, 23, 30, October 7,

14, 11:30 am–12:30 pm

Location: Twin Brook Recreation Area “Shelter Field”

2 nd -6 th Grade* Soccer Community League Divisions

(Boys & Girls)

• 2 nd Grade Boys

• 2 nd Grade Girls

• 3 rd /4 th Grade Boys

• 3 rd /4 th Grade Girls

• 5 th /6 th Grade Boys

• 5 th /6 th Grade Girls (NEW)

• Uniforms & 1 practice per week included!

• 7 Week Program with games beginning Saturday,

September 9

*Actual age group breakdown will be determined by enrollment

Boys & Girls 5 th /6 th Grade Soccer Leagues

Teams will be gender specific, inter-community

schedule; (Portland, South Portland, Falmouth,

Gorham, Biddeford, Saco, etc.) Team games will be 8

vs 8, using a ¾ field length. Practices will be once or

twice per week, games will be scheduled late Saturday

mornings or afternoons. Games are home at Twin

Brook or at “away” locations.

Schedule TBA.

CNY United Soccer

Registration for Fall

Soccer

Boys & Girls Entering

Grades 1-6

You may register anytime

beginning May 9 at Cumberland Town Hall or online

www.cumberlandmaine.com, or in person.

For more information, contact:

Pete Bingham: pbingham@cumberlandmaine.com

or Eliza Miller: enm@maine.rr.com

2017 Program Fees:

Through Thursday, May 25 (Early Bird Special)

$45 / 1 st Grade (Per Participant)

$65 / 2 nd -6 th Grade (Per Participant)

After May 25

$50 / 1 st Grade (Per Participant)

$70 / 2 nd -6 th Grade (Per Participant)

Beginning August 1 (If Space Allows)

$60 / 1 st Grade (Per Participant)

$80 / 2 nd -6 th Grade (Per Participant)

ALL GRADES BASED on FALL 2017

Reminder: Registration for this program

begins May 9.

Congratulations

to Cumberland Legends;

Glenn Hutchins and his sons

Jay & Kyle Hutchins on

their induction into the

Maine Sports Hall of Fame!

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Fall Youth Sports

Fall Running Club

Head Coach: Peter & Christine Hein

Does your child love to run? Are you looking for a way

to burn off some of that excess after school energy in

a safe and positive environment? Cumberland/North

Yarmouth Recreation is again offering the Fall Running

Club Program!

The primary focus of this POPULAR fall program is to

promote running as a fun, group oriented activity and

is a great way to stay healthy. “Fun Run Meets” will

be scheduled each Wednesday with other surrounding

communities.

Registrations Accepted Beginning Tuesday, July 11 th .

Limited enrollment. Note: Assistant Coaches are

needed. Please call 829-2208 FMI.

Dates & Times: Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays,

September 11 - October 16, Championship on

Saturday, October 14

Location: MIW/Twinbrook Recreation Area

Grades: Entering 1-6 in Fall 2017

Fee: $70

Fall Youth Instructional

Field Hockey

Head Coach: Becki Belmore, GHS Head

Field Hockey Coach & Staff

Emphasis will be on introducing the sport of field

hockey and working on skill development; passing,

dribbling, and shooting. Team play and game concepts

are introduced Participants are required to have

a mouth guard, and shin pads. Hockey sticks are

provided. The Greely Field Hockey coaching staff along

with current members of the team will coordinate the

program.

Dates & Times: September 9 - October 7,

Rain Date Oct 14, (5 weeks)

Location: GHS Field Hockey Field (inside of track)

Grades 1-3: 10:15–11 am

Grades 4-5: 9:00–10:00 am

Fee: $45 per participant

CNY United Recreation Fall

Kindergarten Soccer

Coordinators: Mike Andreason (GHS Varsity Boys Head

Coach) Josh Muscadin (GHS Varsity Girls Head Coach)

Kindergarten Soccer Saturdays are full of fun! We will

work on developing soccer skills including dribbling,

passing, shooting, foot/eye coordination and the very

early stages of “field position.” Program emphasis will

be on fun, exercise and parent/child interaction. Child

must be entering K in the fall. Players from both

the girls and boys varsity soccer teams will serve as

assistant coaches. Registration begins Tuesday, July

11.

Dates & Times: Saturdays, September 9, 16, 23, 30,

October 7 (Rain date October 14) 5 weeks,

10–11 am

Location: Twinbrook Recreation Shelter Field

Grade: Entering K in Fall 2017

Fee: $45 Res / $55 Non-Res (Includes end of season

award)

“Kiddie Kickers” Pre School

Soccer Program

(Participants must be age 4 by August 1st)

Instructor: Seacoast United

Kiddie Kickers introduction to soccer created by

“Seacoast United” is a program designed to introduce

children to the game of soccer, the fun way! Children

will learn rules, key words and how to play the game,

as well as participate in skill developing games

throughout the session. Parents get to share in some

great 1 on 1 time with their child and the session

ends with a real game! Parents are encouraged

to participate in this program. Registration begins

Tuesday, July 11.

Dates & Times: Saturdays, September 9, 16, 23, 30,

October 7 (Make up October 14), 8:30–9:30 am

Location: Twin Brook Recreation Shelter Field

Fee: $40 Res / $50 Non-Res (Includes end of season

award)

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Bulletin Board

GREELY STATE CHAMPIONS

Winter 2017

Boys Basketball &

Girls Indoor Track

CONGRATULATIONS!

FARMERS MARKET!

It’s Our 20 th Season!

Cumberland Town Hall

Every Saturday, May 13 - October 7, 9–12 noon

“Let Us Do The Weeding”

See You at the Market!

Annual Cumberland Memorial Day

Parade, Monday, May 29

10 am – Parade: (Immediately following the 5k

Road Race). The staging area for parade is the

Wilson School Parking lot; then to Merrill Civil

War Monument, on to Moss Side Cemetery for

the Veteran’s Monument and back to GHS South

Lawn.

Parade contact: Dan Small

dsmall@cumberlandmaine.com

Discount Movie Tickets

Discounted Movie Passes are available for the

Nordica Theatre at Freeport Village Station.

Purchase your movie ticket vouchers at the

recreation office and save $1.50 off the box

office price ($9.50) with no restrictions on new

release films. You may purchase your passes at

the Cumberland Recreation office during regular

business hours.

Passes are $8 each and valid for all films*.

*$3.50 additional charge on all 3-D films.

Seacoast Swim Club

Ages 7-18

Join the club with a team atmosphere! Seacoast

Swim Club is a co-ed team based at the Greely

High School pool and is gearing up for our

SPRING/SUMMER session. As a member you

will improve your competitive swim strokes and

have opportunities to compete at swim meets

throughout the state. New members must be able

to swim one length of the pool with proper rotary

breathing and one length backstroke. Coach will

establish ability level and corresponding practice

group. For more information on Seacoast Swim

Club, please visit the Seacoast website

www.seacoastswimclub.org.

FUNTOWN/SPLASHTOWN

Discount Combo Ticket Vouchers!

Cumberland Recreation will be offering discounted

Funtown/Splashtown Combo Passes. Passes will

offer nearly 30% savings from park prices and are

valid ANY day the parks are open during the 2017

season! Combo Ticket Price: $30/ea.

Cumberland Soccer Club 2017

CSC Registration is April 1 - 30, 2017. Register

online (for new and existing players) beginning April

1 or come to the CSC Registration Night at the

GMS Lobby on Tuesday, April 11 from 6–8 pm.

Fall registration fee is $150.

Evaluations will be held on May 7 and May 21

(Times TBA). All players must be pre-registered in

order to attend an evaluation.

The CSC Training Camp will be held from July 31

– August 4. A full day and half day camp will be

offered this year. Full day is from 9–3 pm, Monday-

Thursday and 9–1 pm on Friday. The cost is $170.

Half day is from 9–12 noon, Monday-Thursday and

9–1 pm on Friday. The cost is $100. Visit the CSC

website to register.

Registration & Info: cumberlandsoccerclub.com

Questions? Contact Patty Normandeau at

pattynormandeau@gmail.com

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Bulletin Board

Twin Brook Recreation Area Major Events 2017

Saturday, May 13

Cumberland Lacrosse Club

Annual Girls Youth Lacrosse Tournament

8 am–5 pm - Rain Date, May 14

Saturday, June 3

Youth Cross Country Program

Spring League Championship Meet

1–4 pm - Rain Date, June 4

Saturday, June 10

Cumberland Lacrosse Club

Annual Boys Youth Lacrosse Tournament

8 am–5 pm

Sat/Sun, September 2 & 3

Cumberland Soccer Club

Annual Labor Day Soccer Tournament

8 am–6 pm Each Day

Saturday, October 14

Youth Cross Country Program

Fall League Championship Meet

1–4 pm - Rain Date, Oct 15

Thursday, October 19

Middle School Cross Country

Fall League Championship Meet

2:30–5:30 pm - Rain Date, TBA

Saturday, October 21

Maine Principals Association

High School Class “A”, “B” & “C”

Regional Cross Country Championships

9:30 am–3 pm

Saturday, October 28

Maine Principals Association

High School Class “A”, “B” & “C”

State Cross Country Championships

9:30 am–3 pm

On the above dates/times, it is recommended residents access the park on the Greely Rd. entrance point.

CUMBERLAND KIDS 1ST ANNUAL TRIATHLON

Join us in the first ever Cumberland/North Yarmouth Kids Tri on Saturday, June 17, 2017! This is a beginner

level triathlon open to youth athletes grades 1-8 (as of registration date). Our goal is first and foremost to

have fun! Our aim is to encourage self-confidence and to promote a healthy and active lifestyle for youth

in and around Cumberland/North Yarmouth. Proceeds will provide scholarships to Cumberland and North

Yarmouth families who need assistance with covering the cost of summer day camp programs offered by the

Cumberland/North Yarmouth Recreation Department.

This event will be held at Greely High School campus and surrounding neighborhoods starting at approx.

9:00 am. There will be 2 age groups (assignment based on participant’s grade at time of registration) with

the following distances:

Grades 1-4: 50 yard swim, 1.3 mile bike, .5 mile run

Grades 5-8: 100 yard swim, 2.3 mile bike, 1 mile run

Parents: There will be a swim test. There is an option for your child to use a flotation device, provided by the

Town at the time of the event. The cost to participate is $40 and includes a race bag, t-shirt and water bottle.

The event will be professionally timed. We will race, rain or shine! However, in the event of inclement

weather, the Town of Cumberland reserves the right to modify the event as appropriate or cancel it. For more

information, please visit us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CumberlandNYKidsTri/

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

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Memorial Day 5K

*Pre-Registration:

By mail, online: www.Running4Free.com or come to our office

Cumberland Recreation Dept. 290 Tuttle Rd.

Cumberland Ctr Me, 04021 PH:829-2208

Forms available @: www.cumberlandmaine.com

Entry Fees: 5 K Race *$17.00 Fun Run $5 (Reg

at Rec Dept Only)

*NEW FAMILY RATE OF $12/ea (Does not Include Shirt)

*Pre Registrations MUST be received by Wednesday, May 25th

Official Registration Form

Please Print

PLEASE CHECK: _____ FUN RUN _____5 K ROAD RACE

NAME: ___________________________________D.O.B: _________AGE:_____ SEX: ____

ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________________

Street, City, State, Zip Code

PHONE #: (H)________________(Cel)__________________

Race Day: Monday, May 30th

Registration:

At Greely High School “Commons” Gymnasium

6:30 a.m-7:30 a.m.

Entry Fee: *Fun Run $5.00/ 5 K Race $22.00

Checks made out to the “Town of Cumberland

*Participants for Fun Run may register @ Track

FUN RUN (Ages 12 & under): Start Time 8:00a.m. @ Greely Track

All participants will receive a Commemorative “Memorial Day Fun Run” Award. This is a non-competitive race.

A timing board will be visible at the finish line however individual times will not be catalogued.

RACE WILL START & FINISH AT GREELY TRACK

5 K ROAD RACE: Start Time 8:30 a.m.

All participants will receive a Commemorative Memorial Day 5K Race Bib. 1st and 2nd Place Awards will

be given in the men’s and women’s age group. The first 50 to pre-register will receive a Road Race t-shirt.

RACE WILL BEGIN IN FRONT OF GHS ON MAIN ST. & FINISH ON THE GREELY TRACK

1st & 2nd Place Awards will be given to the Top Male /Female Finishers for each age group:

14 & Under 15-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70 & Up

SHIRT SIZE: _______

In consideration of my [and/or my child(s)] participation in this activity, I hereby release and discharge the Town of Cumberland, and its representatives,

successors, and assigns, from any and all liability arising from accident, injury, and illness that I (he/she) may suffer as a result of my (our) participation in

this activity. I (we) also will follow the rules and regulations set by the Town of Cumberland and above named parties. I understand that the Town of

Cumberland may take pictures or video of this program for promotional purposes. Parent or guardian must sign for anyone age 18 and under.

_______________________________ Signature (Parents signature if under 18 years-old)

Please return with fee to the Cumberland Recreation Dept: 290 Tuttle Rd., Cumberland Ctr. Me 04021

ONLINE REGISTRATION OPTION: www.Running4Free.com

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Course Registration Form

Participant First Name Last Name Gender

Street Address City Zip

Home Phone Work Phone Cell

Child’s Age Date of Birth Grade (Current)

Parent’s Name

E-Mail

Medical Concerns/Medication/Special Needs

Emergency Contact Emergency Phone Relationship to Participant

Parent’s Signature (for youth program)

In consideration of my [and/or my child(s)] participation in this activity, I hereby release and discharge the Town of Cumberland, and its representatives,

successors, and assigns, from any and all liability arising from accident, injury, and illness that I (he/she) may suffer as a result of my (our) participation in this

activity. I (we) also will follow the rules and regulations set by the Town of Cumberland and above named parties. I understand that the Town of Cumberland may

take pictures or video of this program for promotional purposes. Parent or guardian must sign for anyone age 18 and under.

Course Name

Fee

Course Name

Fee

Credit Card Number Exp Date: 3 Digit Code:

Please do not use this form for Magic Dragon Camp, Summer Adventure Camp or Middle School Adventure Camp.

Course Registration Form

Participant First Name Last Name Gender

Street Address City Zip

Home Phone Work Phone Cell

Child’s Age Date of Birth Grade (Current)

Parent’s Name

E-Mail

Medical Concerns/Medication/Special Needs

Emergency Contact Emergency Phone Relationship to Participant

Parent’s Signature (for youth program)

In consideration of my [and/or my child(s)] participation in this activity, I hereby release and discharge the Town of Cumberland, and its representatives,

successors, and assigns, from any and all liability arising from accident, injury, and illness that I (he/she) may suffer as a result of my (our) participation in this

activity. I (we) also will follow the rules and regulations set by the Town of Cumberland and above named parties. I understand that the Town of Cumberland may

take pictures or video of this program for promotional purposes. Parent or guardian must sign for anyone age 18 and under.

Course Name

Fee

Course Name

Fee

Credit Card Number Exp Date: 3 Digit Code:

Questions? Call Us • 829-2208

Please do not use this form for Magic Dragon Camp, Summer Adventure Camp or Middle School Adventure Camp.

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PRST STD

U.S. Postage

Paid

Portland, ME

Permit #380

Postal Customers

ECRWSS

Cumberland

North Yarmouth

Community Recreation Department

290 Tuttle Road

Cumberland, ME 04021

Don’t Delay!

Register Early

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