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CE - Saint Peter Public Schools
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
St. Peter Recreation & Leisure Services Staff
Jane Timmerman, Department Director
Lance Dlouhy, Program Supervisor
Heidi Selzler-Bahr, Secretary
Jen Harlow, Secretary
Doug Wolfe, Lead Librarian
Sylvia Perron, Senior Center Coordinator
BethAnn Emley, TTF Youth Center Coordinator
Nicole Ruhland, Pool Manager
Registration
www.saintpetermn.gov/recreation
Online
In person Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Recreation and Leisure Services
Mail
600 S. Fifth St., Suite 200
St. Peter, MN 56082
Please note: Any opinions or viewpoints that are
discussed during a class, event, or activity are directly
from the instructor or event organizer and may not
represent the philosophy or viewpoints
of Saint Peter Community and Family Education or
St. Peter Recreation and Leisure Services.
Saint Peter Community &
Family Education
St. Peter Community Center
600 South Fifth Street, Suite 207
St. Peter, MN 56082
Saint Peter Community & Family Education Staff
Tami Skinner, Director
Ytive Prafke, ECFE/SR Coordinator
Melissa Hinton, Secretary
Lori Oachs, Programs Assistant
Amanda Rathman Edwards, SAC Coordinator
Maggie Schroeder, Aquatics Coordinator
How to register:
In person Saint Peter Community Center
600 S. Fifth St., Suite 207
Online www.stpetercommunityedonline.com
Phone
(507) 934-3048, ext. ‘0’
@StPeterCommunityEd
OFFICE HOURS:
Until Jun. 6:
Mon.–Thu. 8 a.m.–4 p.m.,
Fri. 8 a.m.–Noon
Jun. 7–Jul. 31: closed on Fridays
Our office will be closed on:
May 26, Jul. 4, and Jul. 21–25
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Contact information:
507-934-3048 ext. 0
Phone
Web
www.stpetercommunityedonline.com
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934-3048, ext. 411
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Contact information
507-934-0667
Phone
507-934-1204
Fax
E-mail
[email protected]
Web
www.saintpetermn.gov/recreation
Hotline 934-0070 for cancellations, updates,
and schedules
City of Saint Peter
1. Paid registrations are due at least one week prior to the
start of the class.
2. Community and Family Education Refunds: Full
refunds will be given when Community and Family
Education has to cancel an activity due to low
enrollment. Refunds, less a $3 fee, will be given if a
person withdraws from a program prior to the
registration deadline. Refunds will not be granted if a
request to withdraw from the program is made after the
registration deadline has occurred. Recreation
Department Refunds: Full refunds will be given when
the Recreation Department has to cancel an activity.
Refunds, less a $3 fee, will be given if a person
withdraws from a program prior to the start of the
program or by the registration deadline. Refunds will not
be granted if a program cancellation is made after the
program has begun. (Exception: injury or illness.)
3. U-Care is accepted for Community & Family Education
classes (only) class payment up to $15 with
identification for most classes. Please contact 934-3048
for more information.
4. Adults with disabilities are invited to take part in the
classes and activities of this brochure. With a ten-day
notice, we will make every effort to provide everything
necessary for an enjoyable experience. To find out more,
please contact Community & Family Education (9343048) or Recreation and Leisure Services (934-0667).
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St. Peter Community Center
600 South Fifth Street
Suite 200
St. Peter, MN 56082
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Watch for the Community Education
symbol in the activity description and
the black type—letting you know that you
need to register for this activity through the
Community & Family Education Office,
Suite 207.
Look for this symbol.
Watch for the Recreation and Leisure
symbol in the activity description and the
green type—letting you know that you need
to register for this activity through the Recreation
& Leisure Services Office, Suite 200.
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Room abbreviation Code:
SPCC = St. Peter Community Center
SPHS = St. Peter High School
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MPR = Multi-Purpose Room
Community Associations/Organizations for Summer
Big Partner/Little Partner . . . . . . . . . . Dave Newell, www.gustavus.edu/communityservice/bplp
Boy Scouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rene Maes, [email protected], www.twinvalleybsa.org
Bulldog Youth Hockey . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arlo Lehtinen, www.bulldoghockey.org
4-H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Katie Wendinger, [email protected]
Girl Scouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Hofferbert, [email protected]
Girls Fastpitch Association . . . . . . . . Rhonda Sorensen, [email protected]
St. Peter Basketball Association . . . Chelsea Alger, [email protected], stpeterbasketball.com
St. Peter Soccer Association . . . . . . . Dave Ringler, [email protected], www.saintpetersoccer.org
St. Peter Tennis Association . . . . . . . . . . . .Julie Gault, [email protected]
St. Peter Volleyball Association . . . . . . . . . Deb Johnson, [email protected]
St. Peter Wrestling Association . . . . . . . . . Chad Larson, [email protected]
St. Peter Youth Baseball Association . . . . .Jeff Knutson, [email protected]
ADULT GENERAL INTEREST
Area Adult Learning Cooperative
Becki Hawkins, Coordinator
Classes meet until Jun. 27
SPCC Rm. 210
ABE / GED / Diploma
Mon. 9–11:30 a.m. & 5–8 p.m.
Tue. 5–8 p.m.
Wed. 9–11:30 a.m.
Thu. 4–8 p.m.
Sat. 10–1 p.m.
English Language Classes
Tue. 9–11:30 a.m.
Wed. 5–8 p.m.
Thu. 9–11:30 a.m. & 5–8 p.m.
Fri. 9–11:30 a.m.
Sat. 10–1 p.m.
Call 934-6210 or (507) 665-4626 for more information.
Española? Maria Alvarez 507-304-5582.
CLASSES
Private Music Lessons with Lehi Gertz:
Piano, Violin, Cello, Viola or Mandolin
FILMS
ON FIRST
THURSDAYS
The Nicollet County Historical Society teams with
Community & Family Education for its fifth-annual
documentary film series. Award winning films will be shown
at 7 p.m. on the first Thursday of every month (Sep. through
May) at the Treaty Site History Center (1851 North
Minnesota Avenue, St. Peter).
The Parking Lot Movie
Thu., May 1, 7 p.m.
Treaty Site History Center, Free. No Registration
71 min. Not Rated. The Parking Lot Movie is a
documentary about a singular parking lot in Charlottesville,
Virginia. The film follows a select group of parking lot
attendants and their strange rite of passage. The eccentric
brotherhood of attendants consists of grad students,
overeducated philosophers, surly artists, middle-age
slackers and more.
Health, Wealth & Confident Retirement GI-S20
Mark Bollum & Casey Wussow
Tue., May 13, 6–7:30 p.m.
SPCC Rm. 300, $5
Learn about the connection between health and wealth in
relation to your confidence in your financial future. (Min. 5,
max. 15. Register by: May 5) CE
TECHNOLOGY CLASSES
Sess. 1: Fri., May 9–Jun. 6 (5 weeks) Lesson times available between 4–6 p.m. (Register by: May 5) $96
GI-S09
Help Your Child
Become a Better Reader GI-S01
Capstone Literacy for Parents
Tue., May 6–Jun. 3 (5 weeks), 5–6 p.m.
North Intermediate Media Center, $15
Do you have a child at home who is a struggling reader?
Do you want simple ideas to help your child improve
their reading skills? During this 5-week session, you will be
taught simple research-based strategies and given plans to
implement during the week. You will have 24/7 access to
myON® online reading program, which provides thousands of
books and graphic novels along with other online teaching
resources. Each week you will report your progress and be
given a new strategy to try. You will also be able to interact with
the instructor and other parents during the week using a simple
discussion format. (Min. 1, max. 8. Register by: Apr. 28) CE
Free, pre-registration required. Contact Alyssa Auten at
[email protected] (Register early as space is limited.)
Have you always wanted to learn to canoe but never had
the opportunity? Do you want your kids to learn? Whatever
the reason, there’s never been a better time to learn how to
canoe than now. This opportunity is made possible through
the MN DNR and the Legacy Amendment. It’s totally free!
All the equipment (canoes, paddles, and life jackets) and an
experienced guide are provided.
Minnesota River Paddle
DNR Area Naturalist River Experts
Thu., Jun. 12, Jul. 17 or Aug. 7, 5:30 p.m. Departure
from Seven Mile Creek Park
Free, pre-registration required. Contact Alyssa Auten at
[email protected] (Register early as space is limited.)
Here is a perfect chance to learn about paddling a canoe
and some of the history, culture and natural world of the
Minnesota River. Each trip will feature a different river
expert. This opportunity is made possible through the MN
DNR and the Legacy Amendment. It’s totally free! All the
equipment (canoes, paddles, and life jackets) and an
experienced guide are provided. At the end of the journey,
you will be responsible for transportation from St. Peter
back to Seven Mile Creek Park.
Mon., Jun. 9-30 (4 weeks), 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Lincoln Community Ctr., Rm. 356, Mankato $114
Learn basic computing skills for new computer users. Begin to
make sense of technology and what it can do for you. Topics
covered include: Basic Computer Skills, E-mail Basics, Exploring
the Internet, and Word Processing 101. (Min. 4, max. 10.
Register by: Jun. 4) CE
More Basic Skills-Practice
for New Computer Users GI-S24
Thu., May 8-29 (4 weeks), 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Q Computers, 2140 Hoffman Rd., Mankato, $114
For Beginners. We’ll send attachments and links in an e-mail
and learn how to download them when received. We’ll browse
the internet safely. You’ll learn how to maintain your computer,
figure out the software you have, organize your files and folders,
and learn how to print and scan documents. Bring a USB flash
drive to class. (Min. 4, max. 10. Register by: May 5) CE
This course is intended to either introduce participants to an
instrument or help musicians improve their skills. Students
should bring their instrument; a piano will be provided. Lehi
has 12 years of private teaching experience and holds a B.A. in
music. CE
Piano or Voice Lessons with Melissa Pate
Sess. 1: Mon., May 5–19 (3 weeks) (Register by: Apr. 28)
$54 GI-S03
Sess. 2: Tue., May 6–27 (4 weeks) (Register by: Apr. 28)
$72 GI-S04
Sess. 3: Mon., Jun. 2–30 (5 weeks) (Register by: May 26)
$90 GI-S05
Sess. 4: Tue., Jun. 3–24 (4 weeks) (Register by: May 26)
$72 GI-S06
Sess. 5: Mon., Aug. 4–25 (4 weeks) (Register by: Jul. 28)
$72 GI-S07
Sess. 6: Tue., Aug. 5–26 (4 weeks) (Register by: Jul. 28)
$72 GI-S08
30 min. lessons, call 934-3048 to schedule. Lesson times
available between 1:30–6:30 p.m., SPCC Rm. 104.
This course is intended for beginning students as well as those
with experience. Melissa has more than 10 years of private
teaching experience and specializes in instrumental and vocal
performance instruction. A keyboard will be provided at the
lessons. CE
This course teaches users of advanced digital cameras (that
can adjust aperture, shutter speed, white balance, etc.) the
fundamentals of digital photography such as light and lighting,
visual perception, positioning the subject and the camera,
adjusting camera features, and composition. Each participant
should bring their digital camera and owner’s manual to each
session. (Min. 2, max. 12. Register by: Apr. 28) CE
ARTS CENTER
OF SAINT PETER
315 South Minnesota Avenue
General Information
Clay classes are in the Clay Center, located in the Arts Center.
Studio classes are in the Arts Center’s lower gallery classroom
unless otherwise noted. Registration is through
www.stpetercommunityedonline.com or 507–934–3048. Not
necessary to be a St. Peter resident to register. Class
cancellations are communicated through Saint Peter
Community & Family Ed. In the event of weather–related
cancellations, classes are made up at the end of the session,
scheduled at the instructor’s discretion. Read about our
instructors at www.artscentersp.org. Current members of the
Arts Center receive a 10% discount off the price of classes from
the Arts Center. Contact the Arts Center after registering for
more details.
This professional development is designed for general education
teachers, special education teachers, and reading specialists.
Participants will be presented with a variety of research-based
strategies for working with struggling readers in a classroom or
resource room setting. These strategies can also serve as part of
RTI Tier II and III interventions. Participants will have 24/7 access
to myON® online reading program, which provides thousands
of high-interest/low-level books and graphic novels along with
other online teaching resources. Participants will be asked to
implement the strategies and participate in one short online
discussion each week for three weeks. Submission of a short
conclusion will finalize the requirements. Bring a laptop or iPad,
pencil and paper. (Min. 2, max. 12. Register by: Aug. 4) CE
Help for the Computer Challenged GI-S23
Art Sidner
Tue., May 6–27 (4 sessions), 6–8 p.m.
SPCC Rm. 217, $40 (includes Digital Photography Primer
CD-ROM)
S12
Capstone Literacy Professional Development
Opportunity for Teachers and Reading Specialists
Mon.–Wed., Aug. 11-13, 9–11 a.m., SPCC Rm. 300, $15
(8 Continuing Education Clock Hours)
Scott Kudelka, DNR Area Naturalist
Sun., Jun. 8 or Jul. 13, 2 p.m., meet at Swan Lake.
Introduction to Digital Photography GI-S19
30 min. lessons, call 934-3048 to schedule, SPCC Rm. 104.
Strategies that Work
with Struggling Readers GI-S02
MUSIC LESSONS
Learn How to Canoe!
Sess. 2: Wed., May 14–Jun. 4 (4 weeks) Lesson times
available between 4–8:30 p.m. (Register by: Feb.
10) $77 GI-S10
Sess. 3: Fri., Jun. 13–Jul. 25 (6 weeks, skip 7/4) Lesson
times available between 12–6 p.m. (Register by:
Jun. 9) $115 GI-S11
Sess. 4: Fri., Aug. 1–29 (5 weeks) Lesson times available
between 12–6 p.m. (Register by: Jul. 28) $96 GI-
ARTS AND CRAFTS
Intro to Pottery
Clay Center staff
Arts Center of St. Peter
Sess. 1: Tue., May 27–Jul. 1, 6–8 p.m. (6 weeks)
(Register by: May 19) $99 ART-S05
Sess. 2: Sat., Jul. 19–Aug. 23, 10 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
(6 weeks) (Register by: Jul. 14) $99 ART-S06
For beginners ages 16+. Learn how to take a lump of clay and
turn it into a functional piece of pottery. Each week you’ll try a
new technique, develop basic skills and work toward making
one or two pots. (Min. 4, max. 8) CE
Private Guitar Instruction
Dave Rupe
Sess. 1: Wed., Jun. 4–Jul. 9 (6 weeks)
(Register by: May 26) $72 GI-S13
Sess. 2: Thu., Jun. 5–Jul. 10 (6 weeks)
(Register by: May 26) $72 GI-S14
Sess. 3: Wed., Jul. 16–Aug. 27 (7 weeks)
(Register by: Jan. 13) $84 GI-S15
Sess. 4: Thu., Jul. 17–Aug. 28 (7 weeks)
(Register by: Mar. 3) $84 GI-S16
30 min. lessons, call 934-3048 to schedule. Lesson times
available are 1–5 p.m., SPCC Rm. 102.
Learn the basics of playing the guitar in one-on-one sessions.
Lessons are catered to the student building upon skills they
may already have and giving them basic guitar knowledge to
start playing. Students should bring their own guitar to the
lessons. CE
Intermediate Wheel
Clay Center staff
Arts Center of St. Peter
Sess. 1: Sat., May 31–Jul. 5, 10a.m.–12:30 p.m.
(6 weeks) (Register by: May 26) $99 ART-S07
Sess. 2: Thu., Jul. 17–Aug. 21, 6–8:30 p.m. (6 weeks)
(Register by: Jul. 14) $99 ART-S08
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For intermediate students ages 16+. Expand your skills and
explore new forms and designs, enhancing the functionality
and aesthetics of your pieces. (Min. 4, max. 8) CE
ADULTS
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ADULT HEALTH
& WELLNESS
One Painting, One Night
Arts Center of St. Peter
Hope Thier & Rachel Compart
Sess. 1: Wed., May 14, 6–8:30 p.m. (Register by: May 12)
$25 ART-S09
Sess. 2: Wed., May 28, 6–8:30 p.m. (Register by: May 26)
$25 ART-S10
Sess. 3: Wed., Jun. 11, 6–8:30 p.m. (Register by: Jun. 9)
$25 ART-S11
Sess. 4: Wed., Jun. 25, 6–8:30 p.m. (Register by: Jun. 23)
$25 ART-S12
Sess. 5: Wed. Jul. 9, 6–8:30 p.m. (Register by: Jul. 7)
$25 ART-S13
Sess. 6: Wed. Aug. 6, 6–8:30 p.m. (Register by: Aug. 4)
$25 ART-S14
Sess. 7: Wed. Aug. 20, 6–8:30 p.m. (Register by: Aug. 18)
$25 ART-S15
For beginners & intermediate ages 16+.
Create an abstract acrylic painting to take home at the end of
the night. Paintings will be similar but unique to each student.
Meet at the Arts Center and be prepared to walk to a nearby
location for plein air painting in downtown St. Peter, weather
permitting. (Min. 3, max. 12) CE
Color Studies for Shibori Infinity Scarves
ART-S16
Patricia Freiert
Arts Center of St. Peter
Fri., Aug. 22, 7–9 p.m., Sat., Aug. 23, 9 a.m.–4 p.m., &
Sun., Aug. 24, 12–4 p.m.
$66 + $60 instructor supply fee.
For beginners & intermediate ages 16+.
Under the guidance of a nationally renowned fiber artist,
students will use origami variations to shape silk yardage for
infinity scarves. The focus will be on relating and balancing
color combinations and patterns. (Min. 4, max. 6. Register by:
Aug. 11) CE
Community CPR:
Infant, Child & Adult with AED LS-S06
Mary Powers, RN
Wed., Jun. 11, 6–9 p.m., SPCC Rm. 300, $87
Learn to care for victims of all ages. Topics include rescue
breathing and CPR, first aid for choking, and reducing the risk
of cardiovascular disease. Note: this class is not for the
professional rescuer. Certification received upon successful
completion of course and is valid for two years. (Min. 4, max.
12. Register by: May 26) CE
First Aid LS-S07
Camp Cooking
Cody Feder
Thu., May 29, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
Just because you are camping doesn’t mean you can’t eat well.
Camp food can be more than just hot dogs and marshmallows.
Whether you’re backpacking or car camping, learn how to
make simple and delicious meals on your adventure. (Min. 8,
max. 25. Register by: May 26) CE
Indian Cooking
Paulkani Siddela
Thu., Jun. 5, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
Learn how to make an Indian dish. Curry may seem like an
elusive recipe to get just right, so come learn some hints and
tips to help yours turn out just right. (Min. 8, max. 25. Register
by: Jun. 2) CE
COOKING CLASSES
Herb-alciousness!!!
Do you wish dinner time was
easier at your home? What if
you could open up your fridge
and know your meal is
prepared and ready to be
cooked? I want to introduce
you to freezer meal cooking!
Having meals ready to go in
the freezer simplifies life, is
healthier, and more
economical. You will bring a
short list of groceries and I
will have the rest of the ingredients ready to assemble your
meals. We will be making: Best Ever Burgers, Chipotle Lime
Fajitas, Italian Medallions, and Smoked Mozzarella Chicken
Pasta. (1 week before class, participants will receive a grocery
list. Bring measuring spoons, an apron, and a box of gallon
sized freezer bags.) (Min. 3, max. 25) CE
I CAN Prevent Diabetes!
Individuals and Communities
Acting Now to Prevent Diabetes
Jen Donkin, RD, CDE
Tue., Aug. 19–Dec. 2, 6 p.m.
Helen White conference center (River’s Edge Campus),
$75 (with incentives offered for regular participation),
call 934-7694 to register.
Trained life style coaches will help you learn how to create a
healthier lifestyle and prevent diabetes in this 16-week diabetes
prevention program.
Jim Vonderharr & Malia Wiley
Thu., Jun. 12, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
Why don’t all cheddars taste the same? We’ll discuss the
cheese making process again and sample the wide variety of
flavors within a given cheese type. Be prepared for some
“blind” taste tests. (Min. 8, max. 25. Register by: Jun. 9) CE
Karisa Glade, Wild Tree Freezer Meals
Sess. 1: Mon., May 12, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
(Register by: May 5) SPCC Rm. 215, GI-S17 $37
Sess. 2: Mon., Jul. 14, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
(Register by: Jul. 7) SPCC Rm. 215, GI-S18 $37
This course helps students recognize and deal with
emergencies, injuries and sudden illness. Students practice
several first aid techniques. Certification received upon
successful completion of course and is valid for three years.
(Min. 4, max. 12. Register by: May 26) CE
All Cheese is Not Created Equal!
See the Children and Youth section
for more classes
Freezer Teaser and Menu Planning
Mary Powers, RN
Tue., Jun. 10, 6–8:30 p.m., SPCC Rm. 300, $56
Rock the Spice Box
Derek Thaw and Anne Hakes
Thu., Jun. 26, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
Unlock your spices’ full potential! You’ll be wowed by what a
pinch of this and a dash of that can do. You’ll have to taste it to
believe it! (Min. 8, max. 25. Register by: Jun. 23) CE
Senior Day @ the
Nicollet County Fair
Located in the
St. Peter
Community Center,
Rm. 219
Fri., Aug. 8, 1 p.m.
Outstanding Seniors of the year will be announced.
Enjoy entertainment and refreshments.
Sylvia Perron,
Senior Center Coordinator,
Office phone: 934-7434
www.saintpetermn.gov/recreation
Bi-monthly
Senior Center Newsletter
Get all the latest news from the Senior Center!
If you would like to receive this free newsletter by
mail, please call 934-7434 or visit
www.saintpetermn.gov/recreation/seniornewsletter.
P.A.L.S. Exercise
Partners in Active Living for Seniors
Sess. 1: May 27–Jul. 10 (14 classes)
Tue. & Thu,. 10–11 a.m.
$25
Sess. 2: Jul. 15– Aug. 28 (14 classes)
Tue. & Thu,. 10–11 a.m.
$25
SPCC Multi-Purpose Rm. 310A
A health and fitness program designed to help
older adults be more active, enjoy better quality of
life and have fun. All fitness levels welcome. Call
Sylvia at 934-7434 to register or sign up at the
Recreation Office.
Senior Dances
Erica Idso-Weisz
Thu., Jun. 19, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
Come learn how to make incredible meals using all of those
fresh herbs that you’ve always wondered what to do with!
Cooking and planting tips provided! (Min. 8, max. 25. Register
by: Jun. 16) CE
St. Peter
SENIOR CENTER
Tue., Jun. 10, Jul. 8, Aug. 12, 1–4 p.m.
American Legion, $5 at the door
Entertainers: Don Klossner, Lyndon Peterson, and
Luverne Wanous. Sponsored by Senior Center.
Questions call Sylvia 934-7434.
Beginning Hatha Yoga WEL-S01
GAC Buffet Lunch for Seniors
Tressa Bushaw, RYT
Thu., May 22–Jun. 26 (6 weeks) 7–8 p.m.
St. Peter Yoga Studio, $45
For all fitness levels. Strengthen your body and calm your mind
with yoga! This introductory class teaches the health benefits of
the basic yoga poses. Strength, breath, flexibility and balance
will be the main focal points. Yoga mats provided, dress
comfortably (Min. 8, no max. Register by: May 19) CE
Wed., Jun. 11, Jul. 9, Aug. 13
11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m., $6, Gustavus Three
Crowns Room. No reservation needed. Questions?
Call Sylvia 934-7434.
Foot Care Clinics
Tuesday morning appointments
Jun. 3, 24, Jul. 1, 15, Aug. 5, 19
$24. SPCC Rm. 215
Call 934-0667 for an appointment.
Medicare & Health
Insurance Help
Thu., Jun. 5, Jul. 3, Aug. 7
No appointment needed. One-on-One assistance.
N.A.P.S.
The Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors is
available to low-income seniors 60 years and over.
Food will be distributed Thu., Jun. 5, Jul. 3, Aug. 7
at the Senior Center. Please register ahead by
calling 1-800-365-0270. Sponsored by Second
Harvest Heartland.
Weekly Cards @ the Senior Center
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday
Friday
500 at 1 p.m.
Bridge at 1:15 p.m.
Men’s Cards at 1 p.m.
Pfeffer at 1:30 p.m.
Community Senior Services
Nicollet County
Senior Transportation
Rides to those who are in need of transportation to
a medical appointment, the grocery store,
pharmacy, or to conduct personal business. Call
934-0484 one to two days prior to need. Donations
are accepted for this service which is supported in
part by Greater Mankato Area United Way.
Senior Nutrition Program
& Meals on Wheels
Park View Manor, 1010 S. 4th St.
Anyone over 60 years of age and/or spouse is
welcome. Reservations must be made one day in
advance by calling 934-8850 between 10 a.m. and
12:30 p.m.
See ADULT AQUATICS in the
AQUATICS section on page 5
ST. PETER FOOD CO-OP
228 W. Mulberry Street, St. Peter
Get ready to be inspired! We’re going to make an entree that is
gorgeous with vibrant colors, amazingly flavorful, and
RAW…filled with living enzymes! Learn the alkaline/acid
difference and begin your journey into health! Recipes
included. (Min. 8, max. 25. Register by: Apr. 28) CE
German Swabian Cooking
Brian Ponstein
Thu., May 8, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
We will make and enjoy a couple traditional dishes commonly
found in the southwest of Germany. In addition to the dishes
made in class, you will receive extra recipes you can try out at
home. If you’re lucky, you may even learn a little German, too.
(Min. 8, max. 25. Register by: May 5) CE
Savor-Menu of Mindfulness
Erica Idso-Weisz
Thu., May 15, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
This will be an educational/cooking class. We will be discussing
mindfulness and food. Come learn to savor the foods that you
enjoy through the writings of Thict Nhat Hahn and Michael
Pollan. “The banquet is in the first bite.” ~Michael Pollan
(Min. 8, max. 25. Register by: May 12) CE
Beyond Broccoli
Tricia Cornell
Thu., May 22,
6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048
to register.
Recommended for kids ages 5–12,
bring your parents! Every kid has one
favorite vegetable, right? Kids will explore the world of
vegetables through games and simple cooking tasks — and
maybe even discover some new favorites. We’ll make honeylemon salad dressing, carrot coins, and cauliflower tabouli.
(Min. 8, max. 25. Register by: May 19) CE
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Come and explore delicious Thai dishes. In class we’ll be
cooking up various curries, stews and a delicious Thai salad. I
will bring my favorite Thai cookbooks to class as well! (Min. 8,
max. 25. Register by: Jul. 7) CE
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Stefanie Hailperin
Thu., Jul. 10, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
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Lorrie Torbenson
Thu., May 1, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
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A Tastebud Tribute to Montana!
Erica Idso-Weisz
Thu., Jul. 17, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
“I’m in love with Montana. For all other states I have
admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection. But with
Montana it is love.” ~ John Steinbeck. Come learn about the
scrumptious cuisine of my home state, Montana! (Min. 8, max.
25. Register by: Jul. 14) CE
Homemade Yogurt and Keifer
Becca Haack
Thu., Jul. 31, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
Yogurt and keifer are 2 great ways to get those healthy
probiotics. Making your own is easy and economical. I will
demonstrate the process and of course give you a taste plus
the recipes. (Min. 8, max. 25. Register by: Jul. 28) CE
Vegetarian Cooking
Stefanie Hailperin
Thu., Aug. 7, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
Vegetarian meals can be satisfying and delicious, especially
with the local produce that will be available come August. The
ingredients will inspire the recipes and we'll keep it simple
enough for first-time vegetarian cooks. (Min. 8, max. 25.
Register by: Aug. 4) CE
Savoring Summer, Starting School!
Erica Idso-Weisz
Thu., Aug. 28, 6–7:30 p.m.
St. Peter Food Co-op
FREE!! Call 934-3048 to register.
Recipes that emphasize the abundance of summer produce!
Learn ways to make and preserve quick freezer and belly
friendly recipes that are a great way to start the school year off!
(Min. 8, max. 25. Register by: Aug. 25) CE
Want to share your specialties
with the St. Peter Community?
Teach a class at the Co-op!
Call 934-4880 or
e-mail [email protected]
for more information!
ADULT
FITNESS
& SPORTS
Rec Hotline 934-0070
Adult One Pitch Softball
AARP Driver’s Safety Classes
Classes meet in the St. Peter Community Center
Course Fees:
AARP Members $18 and Non-AARP Member $23
This league is 7 weeks/7 doubleheaders of one pitch action.
Games are played fast and fun! Come experience the new twist
on softball.
DATE & TIME
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
DEADLINE ID#
4 hr.
Mon., May 8
1:15–5:15 p.m.
Rm. 217
Stouten
May 1
LS-W55
Tue., Aug. 12 Captains meeting at 6 p.m., Library meeting
room
Tue., Aug. 19 Games Begin
4 hr.
Tue., Jun. 10
1:15–5:15 p.m.
Rm. 217
McClean
Jun. 2
LS-S01
Men’s 5 on 5 Flag Football
4 hr.
Tue., Aug. 12
Rm. 217
5:45–9:45 p.m.
McClean
Aug. 4
LS-S02
4 hr.
Thu., Sep. 4
1:15–5:15 p.m.
Rm. 217
Dvorak
Aug. 25
LS-S03
8 hr.
Mon./Tue.,
Jun. 2 & 3
Rm. 217
5:45–9:45 p.m.
Dvorak
May 26
LS-S04
League Fee: $230 per team, Jefferson Fields
Important Dates:
Fri., Aug. 1 Registration deadline (Late teams will be assessed a $50 late fee)
Form your team and get ready for this all passing flag football
league. Rules and schedules will be distributed at the captains
meeting. Call 934-0667 for questions or more information.
League Fee: $100 per team, Jefferson Fields
Guaranteed 8 games (Max. of 8 teams)
Important Dates:
Fri., Aug. 1 Registration deadline (Late teams will be assessed a $50 late fee)
Tue., Aug 19 Captains meeting at 6 p.m., Library meeting
room
Wed., Aug. 27 First night of the season
First game 6:30 p.m.; Game two 7:15 p.m.
Noon Hour Basketball
Mon., Wed., Fri., 12–1 p.m., SPCC gym
$2.50 at the door or purchase a punch card: 10 punches
for $15 or 20 punches for $25.
SPCC gym
Join fellow hoop enthusiasts during this noon hour workout.
Pick-up games with an emphasis on exercise, fun, and team play.
8 hr.
Tue./Wed.,
Sep. 23 & 24
Rm. 217
Stouten
Sep. 15
LS-S05
1:15–5:15 p.m.
Register by contacting Community and Family Education
at 934-3048, extension ‘0’
or online at www.stpetercommunityedonline.com CE
Summer Reading Program
Pre-School
Lil’ Rascals
Make your child’s first camp experience a positive one! Camps emphasize cooperative play with a structured play setting with
activities that engage the whole child, mentally, socially, physically, and emotionally. Emphasis is placed on socialization such
as learning to take turns; cognitive growth through music, painting, and use of scissors; and gross motor development by
running and jumping. RL
Sess. Days & Times
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@ Your Library
Ages 3–5 / Mon.–Thu. Fees: $30 Res. / $39 Non-Res.
Sign up for one session at regular price and receive $5 discount for each additional Session.
Please send a snack each day. / Drop off / Pick up at Gorman Park Shelter.
Themes
Library Hours:
Monday–Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday & Holidays
Week 1 / Me, Myself & I
Mon.–Thu., 9–11 a.m.
Week 2 / Community Helpers
Jun. 23–26 & Jun. 30–Jul. 3
Week 1 / A Bug’s Life
9–11 a.m.
Week 2 / Happy Holiday
• Wed., Jul. 9, 10:30 a.m., SPPL
Clowning Around with Ronald McDonald!
Critters of all shapes and sizes will be visiting the library.
Stop by to see how many different animals travel in the
Zoomobile.
Anissa, the Assistant Lead Librarian, will be roaming Saint Peter
this summer in search of children to read to. You never know
when or where she may show up with a story or two! Feel free
to gather around and enjoy the stories.
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS Entering grades 8–12
Sat., Aug. 2, 10 a.m., SPCC (Min. 1, max. 8)
Registration Deadline: Mon., Jun. 2–Register with
Anissa @ the Library
Test your book knowledge against other young adults in the
region at THE BATTLE OF THE BOOKS! Teams consist of 4
people. Gather a team together or sign up individually and be
placed on a team. Sign-up early, spots will fill up fast! See
Anissa for book details.
• Wed., Aug. 13, 3:30 p.m., SPPL
Movie & Popcorn
After swimming at the pool, join us in the cool of the library
for a movie and popcorn.
Today’s show is … BIG TOP PEE WEE rated PG, 86 mins.
Bring your own drink.
Week 1 / Seasons
Mon.–Thu., 9–11 a.m.
After swimming at the pool, join us in the cool of the library
for a movie and popcorn.
Today’s show is … WILD HEARTS CAN’T BE BROKEN
rated G, 88 mins. Bring your own beverage.
• Wed., Jul. 23, 10:30 a.m., SPPL
The ZOOMOBILE
Week 2 / Around The World
IV Jul. 21–24 & Jul. 28–31
• Wed., Jun. 25, 3:30 p.m., SPPL
Movie & Popcorn
Join us for a special storytime with the one and only Ronald
McDonald! Brought to you by the St. Peter McDonald’s.
Week 1 / Ahh’ Monster
Mon.–Thu., 9–11 a.m.
THE ROAMING LIBRARIAN
Spectacular events cont.
10 a.m.–8 p.m.
10 a.m.–5 p.m.
9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Closed
Visit the library webpage at www.saintpetermn.gov/library
and click on current events to see what’s happening at the Library.
Jun. 9–12 & Jun. 16–19,
III Jul. 7–10 & Jul. 14–17
601 S. Washington, St. Peter, 934-7420
Week 2 / Science Exploration
UNDER THE BIG TOP STORYTIME
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WEDNESDAYS @ THE LIBRARY 3 years and older
Wed., Jun. 11–Aug. 13 at 10:30 a.m.
Saint Peter School Readiness Programs
“Every Child Ready for Kindergarten”
We are now accepting applications for our preschool programs for the 2014–2015 school year!
The Saint Peter School Readiness program offers 2, 3 and 5 day pre-school classes for children ages 3 to pre-kindergarten. Our programs are staffed with licensed teachers as well
as classroom assistants. To register please stop by the Community and Family Education Office
or call 507-934-3048 to have an application packet mailed to you. Tuition is based upon family
size and income with full and partial scholarships available. Bus transportation is available
within the St. Peter city limits and Kasota. CE
Join us throughout the summer for free fun
activities surrounding our summer reading
theme “Let’s Read Under the Big Top”! All
activities are FREE and take place at the Saint
Peter Public Library unless otherwise noted.
Ages 3–4 *
Early Learners
$80/month**
W&F
8:15–10:45 a.m.
No Bussing
Required parent day every Friday
child care available $30/mo.**
W&F
12–2:30 p.m.
Bussing Available
$40/month**
Conferences &
Journal Communication
Discovery Days 1
$115/month**
M-T-Th
8:15–10:45 a.m.
Bussing Available $45/month**
(T & Th only)
Required parent day every Monday
child care available $30/mo.**
Discovery Days 2 AM
$115/month**
M-T-Th
8:15–10:45 a.m.
Bussing Available
$65/month**
Conferences &
Journal Communication
Discovery Days 2 PM
$115/month**
M-T-Th
12–2:30 p.m.
Bussing Available
$65/month**
Conferences &
Journal Communication
Discovery Days 3
$115/month**
M-T-Th
12–2:30 p.m.
Bussing Available
$65/month**
Conferences &
Journal Communication
Young Explorers
$80/month**
Ages 4–5 *
Age 5 *
K Ready
$120/month**
M-T-W-Th-F
8:15–11a.m.
Bussing Available
$75/month**
* Ages before 9-1-2014
Conferences &
Journal Communication
** Full and partial scholarship available
(Children must be age eligible and toilet trained.)
ECFE Vehicle Fair
(Early Childhood Family Education)
Thu., May 15, 5:30–7 p.m.
First Lutheran Church Parking Lot
1114 W. Traverse Rd.
FREE, no registration required. Bring the whole family!
Come to look, climb on, and even sit on a fire truck, police
car, school bus, ambulance and more! Enjoy pizza and pop at
the concession stand. CE
Microstars Ages 3–6
Wed., Jun. 11, 18, 25, 6–6:50 p.m.,
$15 Res./ $19 Non-Res.
Gorman Park
Bring storytime home in a bag! Each bag includes several
books, song and poem sheets, activity ideas and hands-on
manipulatives all centered on a common theme.
eBooks are available through the library!
Did you know you have access to great library books 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week? Go to http://tds.lib.overdrive.com to
browse the eBook collection. OR, go to www.tds.sirsi.net and
click on the link to MLC Overdrive E-Media Access for even
more titles to choose from. Have your library card handy to
check out right from the comfort of your own home!
Zinio
This year’s summer family read is… THE SHOW MUST GO ON!
by Kate Klise. The first 20 families to sign-up in the library will
receive a FREE copy of the book along with a family activity
guide filled with activities you can do at home.
SPECTACULAR EVENTS
@ the SAINT PETER PUBLIC LIBRARY
• Tue., Jun. 3, 6–7 p.m., SPPL/Patio/SPCC
Clowning Around with the Summer Recreation Staff
Here’s your chance to meet the Summer Recreation staff
before summer programs begin. Start in the library where
you’ll get a program of activities occurring throughout the
facility. While you are UNDER THE BIG TOP, expect the
unexpected! You never know what surprises there might be!
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
• Wed., Jun. 18, 10:30 a.m., SPPL
THE ZINGHOPPERS
The Zinghoppers are coming! The Zinghoppers are coming!
You won’t be sitting still for long! The Zinghoppers have one
simple mission: “to rock the world, to party, to have fun,”
says lead singer Funky Possum. “We’re preschool party
rockers.” Checkout their website at
http://www.zinghoppers.com/
MOVIES & POPCORN UNDER THE BIG TOP
Join your friends at the library for a feature film. Popcorn will
be provided, bring your own beverage. Children must be
accompanied by responsible supervisor.
Wed., Jun. 25, 3:30 p.m., SPPL
WILD HEARTS CAN’T BE BROKEN rated G, 88 mins.
Wed., Aug. 13, 3:30 p.m., SPPL
BIG TOP PEE WEE rated PG, 86 mins.
The Zinghoppers
Wed., Jun. 18, 10:30 a.m., free
Saint Peter Public Library
The Zinghoppers have one simple mission: “to rock the world,
to party, to have fun,” says lead singer Funky Possum. “We're
preschool party rockers.” RL
Princess Dance Camp
Ages 3–6
Mon., Wed., Fri.,
Jun. 9–20, 9–10 a.m.
$30, SPCC Rm. 310B
Country Fun Ages 3–5
Mon., Aug 4, 9–11 a.m., $15 Res./ $19 Non-Res.
Gorman Park
Topic: What Will My Kindergartener
Be Learning Next Year?
Tue., May 13, 12:15-1:45 p.m., SPCC Rm. 110
FREE to parents with children enrolled in Discovery
Days 1 or 2, Young Explorers, Early Learners,
Explore the country way of life, from animals to transportation,
from attire to music. We will make crafts, have mini adventures
and even learn to square dance. (Min. 8, max. 16) RL
K-Ready or ECFE classes. Child Care is FREE for these
parents when you pre-register. There is a $5 charge for other
parents and an additional $5 charge for child care.
Registration is required, please call 934-3048. CE
Ages 3–5
Diggin’ Dinos
Special Events
Clowning Around
with the Summer Recreation Staff
Here’s your chance to meet the Summer Recreation staff before
summer programs begin. Start in the library where you’ll get a
program of activities occurring throughout the facility. While
you are UNDER THE BIG TOP, expect the unexpected! You never
know what surprises there might be! All children must be
accompanied by an adult.
FREE!
Grab your blanket or chair and head to Jefferson Park for our
Movies in the Park series. Recreation Staff will lead activities
one hour before sunset. Movies will be G or PG rated.
Concessions available.
The ZOOMOBILE
Annual Fishing Contest
FREE!
Fourth of July Slip ‘n’ Slide!
Thu., Aug 7, 9–11 a.m.,
$15 Res./ $19 Non-Res.
Gorman Park
$3 per person, 1–4 p.m., Minnesota Square Park.
Explore your imaginations with fun filled activities that center
on dinosaurs. (Min. 8, max. 16) RL
FREE for All Ages
Wed., Jul. 16, 3 p.m., picnic area west side of the pool.
Cool off in the park after the parade. Supervised by pool staff.
Watermelon Feed @ the Pool
Slices and slices of fresh, juicy watermelon for everyone!
Do you shop on Amazon.com or bn.com? Now, every time you
do, 6–8% of all you spend (on anything, not just books!) can
come back to the library as a credit toward e-books! So,
BEFORE you shop go to http://tds.lib.overdrive.com. 1) Scroll
down until you see the WIN grocery bag on the bottom left
corner. 2) Click on it. 3) Click on one of the 5 shops on the
right. 4) Now shop as you normally do! It’s that easy! Because
you entered the site through your library system’s e-book page,
we will receive 6-8% of what you spend! THANKS!
Be a V.I.P.
Volunteer in the Park
A V.I.P is:
10 years old and older
Interested in helping others in the community
A dedicated volunteer who likes to learn and have FUN!
A Very Important Person
To become a V.I.P:
Fri., Jul 11, Jul. 25, & Aug. 1
Movies begin after sunset, Jefferson Fields
1401 Nicollet Ave.
It’s that time of year for the St. Peter Recreation Department’s
ANNUAL FISHING CONTEST! Win prizes in a variety of
categories. Don’t miss your chance to catch the “BIG ONE”!
Bring your own pole and bait.
BEFORE YOU SHOP ON-LINE
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Tue., Jun. 3, 6–7 p.m., SPPL/CC Patio/CC
Children of all ages
Fri., Jun. 27, 1–2:30 p.m.
Mill Pond Area in Riverside Park
No registration necessary.
The world’s largest newsstand is
available through the
Saint Peter Public Library!
http://www.rbdigital.com/
traversedessiouxmn/service/zinio/landing
1. Click on “create new account”
2. Enter your library card number
3. Fill in the blanks (name, email address, password)
1, 2, 3! It really is that easy!
@ the Library you will find more than just books! You will also find…
• Audio Books on CD
• Wireless Internet
• Periodicals and Newspapers
• Electronic Law Library
• Videos, CDs and DVDs
• Fireplace and Lounge Area
• 10 Public Internet Computers
• New Book section
• Minnesota Collection
• Storytime Bags
• Meeting Rooms
• e-books and e-audio books
• Reference Area
• On-going booksale
St. Peter Recreation
Your little princess will be
introduced to the world of ballet
and creative dance through theme
based classes featuring four
favorite Disney princesses from the
movies Sofia the First, Tangled,
Beauty in the Beast, and Frozen.
Perfect for children who have never
danced before or have some dance
experience. Come dressed as your
favorite princess! Program
sponsored by Dance Conservatory.
Tuesday Topics for Parents
Available @ the Saint Peter Public Library:
STORYTIME BAGS!
Tue., Jun. 3–Wed., Aug. 13
Registration is required
Please register at the Check-Out Desk
Come Dance with Me:
Music and Movement
for the Young Child CY-S31
Ages 3 months to 5 years:
Share the joy of music and
movement with your young
child this summer! Class
includes singing, playing
rhythm instruments, creative
movement, and the summer
themes of gardening, farm
animals, and the beach.
Stimulate your child’s language development and social skills
while build building a foundation for future math, music and
dance training. Caregivers attend class and join the fun!
(Min. 5 max. 12. Register by: Jun. 30) CE
JUNE
11 Under the Big Top
18 The Zinghoppers
25 Off to Join the Circus
JULY
2 Clowning Around
9 Ronald McDonald
16 Lions and Tigers and Bears
23 The Zoomobile
30 Monkey See, Monkey Do
AUGUST
6 Three-Ring Circus
13 End of the Summer FUN
STEP RIGHT UP TO THE
“SAINT PETER FAMILY READ“
A little soccer, some T-ball, flag football and a lot of fun! Boys
and girls will learn the basic skills and rules for each sport.
Parents are encouraged to participate with their children. (Min.
12, max. 24) RL
Lynn Rozen
Tue. & Thu.,
Jul. 8, 10, 15, & 17 (4 classes),
6–6:45 p.m.
SPCC Rm. 310A, $38
(additional siblings $30)
Join the fun during Storytime @ the Library! Books, music
and other surprises await the young and young at heart.
Please note the time change.
FREE for All Ages
Wed., Jul. 23, 10:30 a.m.
Saint Peter Public Library, 600 S. Washington Ave.
Critters of all shapes and sizes will be visiting!. Stop by to see
how many different animals travel in the Zoomobile
SUMMER CELEBRATION!!!
FREE for All Ages
Tue., Aug. 5, Starts at 6 p.m.
Outdoor Pool area, 300 N. 4th St.
End summer the right way, FUN!!! Submerge your favorite Rec
Staff member in the Dunk Tank, get wet in various pool
activities, participate in the Throwing and Pie Eating contests,
use your muscles with the Hammer Strength, laugh your way
through the Recreation Staff Challenges, and MORE!!! Cotton
Candy and other food items available for purchase.
• Pick up an application form at the Recreation office
• Complete the form and return it to the Recreation office
• Meet with a V.I.P Coordinator, schedule V.I.P. weeks
& activities
• Have a desire to learn and have FUN
V.I.P. Only Events are:
• Fun activities throughout the summer just for V.I.P.s
V.I.P. WEEKS!
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Pick a week …or two...or more...register at the Rec office
V.I.P. weeks are scheduled from Mon.–Fri. 1–5 p.m.
Spend the afternoon volunteering!
Activities include Pound Pals, Godfather’s help, gardening,
grocery carry out, pool concessions, Specialty Camps,
lemonade stands, car washes & lots more!
Questions? Call the Rec office
934-0667 or e-mail
[email protected]
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Youth & Teen Programs
& Summer Camps
Create-A-Camp
With Create-A-Camp you can:
Mix and match camps for youth entering grades K–4: designed to build the best summer experience for your child/family.
Questions? Call 934-0667 or e-mail [email protected] RL
• Customize the summer to your child’s interest and your schedule
• Give your child an opportunity to sample a variety of themed activities
• SAVE $$!!
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Need to know Camp Information:
• 10% Sibling Discount
• Minimum of 8 youth in each camp
• Light snacks are provided
• Please send a beverage with your child
• Staff is certified in First Aid and CPR
C hoose f rom ha lf -da y ca mps or specialty camps full of ma gic, wonder, adventure, science, and sports.
Mon.–Fri., Jun. 9– Aug. 8
Passport to Summer 12:30–5:30 p.m.
(9 weeks, All Specialty Camps Included)
Camp Weekly Mon.–Fri. 12:30–5:30 p.m.
(Specialty Camps during week are included)
Camp Daily 12:30–5:30 p.m.
(Depending on day, Specialty Camps may be included)
Camp Specialty 2–4:30 p.m.
(See schedule for days & themes)
Early Bird Deals! (Available through Fri., May 23)
BEST DEAL
$36 per week
After Fri., May 23
Details
$50 per week
Includes ALL Specialty Camps, swimming, field trips, and many other activities!
SPCC Rec Program Rm. #310B and Gorman Park
“PICK 4” weeks for $176
or pay $47 per week of your choice
“PICK 4” weeks for $232
or pay $65 per week of your choice
Choose weeks that work for you!
Specialty Camps, supervised playground time, crafts, sports, board games, and more!
SPCC Rec Program Rm. #310B and Gorman Park
“PICK 4” days for $70
or pay $20 per day of your choice
“PICK 4” days for $108
or pay $29 per day of your choice
Schedule days that work into your schedule.
SPCC Rec Program Rm. #310B and Gorman Park. Flexibility and convenience!
“PICK 6” only $90 or
Single – pay $18 per Specialty Camp
“PICK 6” for only $132 or
or pay $25 per Specialty Camp
2-1/2 hrs. of focused activity. Choose from 18 different camps. See descriptions below.
SPCC Rec Program Rm. #310B and Gorman Park.
SPECIALT Y c amp s Children entering Grades K–4
Need-to-Know Camp Information:
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4.
6) Pirate Island
Each camp is held from 2–4:30 p.m. unless stated otherwise.
An afternoon snack is included in the fee.
Each camp offers creative projects, games, and physical activity.
Camps may be canceled if less than 12 campers register.
JUNE / Week 1:
1) Around the World in 150 minutes
Tue., Jun. 10, SPCC Multi-Purpose Room 310B
Undertake an extraordinary and daring adventure to circumnavigate the globe in 150 minutes. You will
explore and have a great time experiencing different things from countries where you’ve never been,
through music, games, languages and all sorts of cultural fun. You just need to make sure you don’t get
caught by Detective Fix who is hot on your trail.
2) Dare to beEra’d
Thu., Jun. 12, SPCC Multi-Purpose Room 310B
Get ready for an adventure that will bring you from the Wild West to the pyramids of Egypt! Come explore,
conquer obstacles – who knows what will be around the next corner!
JUNE / Week 2:
3) Build or Break!
Tue., Jun. 17, SPCC Multi-Purpose Room 310B
Campers will learn how to construct things using a variety of items: toothpicks, popsicle sticks, cards, and
straws. As an added benefit, they’ll practice their team working skills! They’ll also learn how to deconstruct
things using different methods, like exploding soda with Mentos!
4) Under The Big Top
Thu., Jun. 19, Gorman Park Patio
Come one, come all, the circus is coming to town! Become a clown with face paint, see the magnificent
reindeer ride a bike, learn to juggle, and more! The Big Top adventure is just beginning!
JUNE / Week 3:
5) Space Invaders
Tue., Jun. 24, SPCC MPR 310B
Five...Four...Three...Two...One! Create spaceships and water rockets, go on an alien hunt, play cosmos
dodge ball and more!
Scholarships: Saint Peter Community & Family Education
has youth scholarships for families who may find that the
full registration fee for an activity is a hardship. To be
eligible for a youth scholarship an individual must have a
financial need and reside in the Saint Peter School District or
participate in the open enrollment option for the district. To
receive a scholarship application, call 934-3048 or stop by
the office in room 207 of the Community Center.
Thu., Jun. 26, SPCC MPR 310B
JULY / Week 4:
JULY / Week 7:
7) Hawaiian Hullabaloo
Tue., Jul. 1, SPCC MPR 310B
8) Stars and Stripes
15) Fitness Explorer
Wed., Jul. 2, SPCC MPR 310B
Explore different activities that include Bitty Boot Camp, Crazy Olympics, Obstacle Courses and many
other fitness activities.
JULY / Week 5:
JULY / Week 8:
9) Mini Track & Field
Tue., Jul. 8, Gorman Park
10) Myths and Legends
17) Mess, Mess, Messy
Thu., Jul. 10, SPCC MPR 310B
Thu., Jul. 31, SPCC MPR 310B
Traverse the magical realm of powerful kings, wise queens, gallant knights and mysterious wizards. You will
have quite the journey as you experience the amazing lands of these legends and myths through stories,
games and activities that exist only in these magical, exciting and far away worlds.
Play in the mud, swim your way through oatmeal, experience the pudding drop and more! We only
require that all children get messy and have FUN!
JULY / Week 6:
18) Balloon Twister
11) Frozen in July (formerly Girls Just Want to Have Fun)
Tue., Jul. 15, SPCC MPR 310B
Take advantage of this girl’s day out as we take part in fun girl-focused activities. We’ll play some of your
favorite games and pack the day with lots of girl power!
12) Boys Will Be Boys
AUGUST / Week 9:
Thu., Aug. 7, SPCC MPR 310B
Learn how to twist and sculpt latex balloons into your own creative pieces of art. All the secrets to twisting
balloons into artful shapes, from dogs to flowers, will be revealed.
Tue., Jul. 15, Gorman Park Shelter
Sports, games, construction, hiking, and camping skills. Run, jump, play hard and get dirty!
Magic Class for Beginners CY-S07
Sensational Science: Under Pressure
Piano or Voice Lessons with Melissa Pate
Jack Stouten
Wed. & Thu., Jun. 11 & 12, 10 a.m.–Noon
SPCC Rm. 115, $18 + $2 supply fee
paid to the instructor.
Lori Oachs
Completed Grades K–2: Wed., Jul. 9, 10–11:30 a.m. CY-S11
Completed Grades 3–6: Wed., Jul. 9, 12:30–2 p.m. CY-S12
SPCC Rm. 115, $5
Completed grade 3 & up: If you have ever wanted to do
magic tricks, here’s your chance to learn from a professional
magician! And the cool thing…this type of learning is fun!
You’ll learn basic magic tricks through instructor presentation,
step-by-step explanation, hands-on instruction, group practice
and individual performance. The class can provide you with the
skills you need to surprise your family and friends with your
magic skills or develop your own magical routines. Bring a deck
of cards. (Min. 5, max. 22. Register by: Jun. 2) CE
Bubbles of carbon dioxide gas can build up in soda pop and
can also be created in different ways. We will do a variety of
experiments to learn what happens when too much pressure is
created and also discover ways to release the pressure to avoid
a mess. (Min. 5, max. 15. Register by: Jul. 2) CE
Sess. 1: Mon., May 5–19 (3 weeks) (Register by: Apr. 28)
$50 CY-S18
Sess. 2: Tue., May 6–27 (4 weeks) (Register by: Apr. 28)
$66 CY-S19
Sess. 3: Mon., Jun. 2–30 (5 weeks) (Register by: May 26)
$83 CY-S20
Sess. 4: Tue., Jun. 3–24 (4 weeks) (Register by: May 26)
$66 CY-S21
Sess. 5: Mon., Aug. 4–25 (4 weeks) (Register by: Jul. 28)
$66 CY-S22
Sess. 6: Tue., Aug. 5–26 (4 weeks) (Register by: Jul. 28)
$66 CY-S23
30 min. lessons, call 934-3048 to schedule. Lesson times
available between 1:30–6:30 p.m., SPCC Rm. 104.
Fun with Books: Pop-up Books CY-S13
Lori Oachs
Mon., Aug. 4, 1:30–3 p.m., SPCC Rm. 115, $4
MUSIC LESSONS
Advanced Magic Class CY-S08
Jack Stouten
Wed. & Thu., Jun. 11 & 12, 1–3 p.m.
SPCC Rm. 115, $18 + $2 supply fee
paid to the instructor.
Completed grade 5 & up: Improve your skills with new magic
skills from a professional magician. If you already know a
magic trick or want to improve your skills, here’s something for
older students! And the cool thing…this type of learning is fun!
The class is designed to teach basic magic tricks and a little
more. The class combines instructor presentation, step-by step
explanation, hands-on instruction, group practice and
individual performance. Bring a deck of cards. (Min. 5, max.
22. Register by: Jun. 2) CE
Sew Much Fun: Mother’s Day CY-S09
Sess. 1: Mon.–Thu., Jun. 16–19
8:30 a.m.–noon, SPCC Rm. 115, $56
Lori Oachs
Wed., May 7, 3–4:30 p.m., North Intermediate STEM
Rm., $5
Grades 3–6: In this one time class we will sew a gift for your
Mom, Grandma or special someone for Mother’s Day using
hand sewing techniques that you will learn in class. (Min. 5,
max. 15. Register by: Apr. 28) CE
(Register by: Aug. 4) CY-S03
Completed grades 7–12
Sess. 1: Mon.–Thu., Jun. 16–19
12:30–4:30 p.m., SPCC Rm. 115, $56
(scholarships available,
call 934–3048)
Students entering 5th grade band:
The goals of the summer program
include: instrument assembly and
care, tone production, hand positions, playing songs with the
first 5–6 notes, and playing together as a band. The two week
session will culminate in an informal presentation of the
beginning group. (Register by: Jul. 28) CE
Traverse des Sioux
Youth Chamber Orchestra ART-S31
Lehi Gertz
Arts Center of St. Peter
Fri., Jun. 13–Aug. 22 (no class Jul. 4) (10 weeks)
9–11 a.m., $165
Includes a free public concert on Fri. Aug. 22, 7 p.m.
(Register by: Jul. 7) CY-S05
Sess. 3: Mon.–Thu., Aug. 11–14
12:30–4:30 p.m., SPCC Rm. 115, $56
Sew Much Fun: Father’s Day CY-S10
Lori Oachs
Mon., Jun. 9, 1:30–3 p.m., SPCC Rm. 115, $5
Completed Grades 3–6: In this one time class we will sew a
“snake tie” for your Dad, Grandpa or special someone for
Father’s Day. We will use hand sewing techniques that you will
learn in class. Bring an old neck tie to class to use for the craft.
(Min. 5, max. 15. Register by: Jun. 2) CE
This course is intended for beginning students as well as those with
experience. Melissa has more than 10 years of private teaching
experience and specializes in instrumental and vocal performance
instruction. A keyboard will be provided at the lessons. CE
Private Guitar Instruction
Dave Rupe
Sess. 1: Wed., Jun. 4–Jul. 9 (6 weeks)
(Register by: May 26) $66 CY-S24
Sess. 2: Thu., Jun. 5–Jul. 10 (6 weeks)
(Register by: May 26) $66 CY-S25
Sess. 3: Wed., Jul. 16–Aug. 27 (7 weeks)
(Register by: Jan. 13) $77 CY-S26
Sess. 4: Thu., Jul. 17–Aug. 28 (7 weeks)
(Register by: Mar. 3) $77 CY-S27
30 min. lessons, call 934-3048 to schedule. Lesson times
available are 3–6:30 p.m., SPCC Rm. 102.
Learn the basics of playing the guitar in one-on-one sessions.
Lessons are catered to the student building upon skills they may
already have and giving them basic guitar knowledge to start
playing. Students should bring their own guitar to the lessons. CE
Theatre
Sess. 1: Fri., May 9–Jun. 6 (5 weeks)
Lesson times available between 4–6 p.m.
(Register by: May 5) $88 CY-S14
Sess. 2: Wed., May 14–Jun. 4 (4 weeks)
Lesson times available between 4–8:30 p.m.
(Register by: Feb. 10) $70 CY-S15
Sess. 3: Fri., Jun. 13–Jul. 25 (6 weeks, skip 7/4)
Lesson times available between 12–6 p.m.
(Register by: Jun. 9) $106 CY-S16
Sess. 4: Fri., Aug. 1–29 (5 weeks)
Lesson times available between 12–6 p.m.
(Register by: Jul. 28) $88 CY-S17
30 min. lessons, call 934-3048 to schedule.,
SPCC Rm. 104.
This course is intended to either introduce participants to an
instrument or help musicians improve their skills. Students
should bring their instrument; a piano will be provided. Lehi
has 12 years of private teaching experience and holds a B.A.
in music. CE
ARTS CENTER OF
ST. PETER CLASSES
315 S. Minn. Ave., St. Peter
General Information
Clay classes are in the Clay Center, located in the Arts Center.
Studio classes are in the Arts Center’s lower gallery classroom
unless otherwise noted. Registration is through
www.stpetercommunityedonline.com or 507–934–3048. Not
necessary to be a St. Peter resident to register. Class
cancellations are communicated through Saint Peter
Community & Family Ed. In the event of weather–related
cancellations, classes are made up at the end of the session and
scheduled at the instructor’s discretion. Read about our
instructors at www.artscentersp.org. Current members of the
Arts Center receive a 10% discount off the price of classes from
the Arts Center. Contact the Arts Center after registering for
more details.
Kids Wheel
Clay Center staff
Arts Center of St. Peter
Sess. 1: Thu., May 29–Jun. 19, 4–6 p.m. (4 weeks)
(Register by: May 26) $62 ART-S01
Sess. 2: Thu., Jul. 10–Jul. 31, 4–6 p.m. (4 weeks)
(Register by: Jul. 7) $62 ART-S02
For beginners ages 8–12.
Learn basic techniques and
take home pieces of
functional pottery.
(Min. 4, max. 8) CE
Teen Wheel
Clay Center staff
Arts Center of St. Peter
Sess. 1: Mon., Jun. 2–
Jul. 7, 4–6 p.m. (6 weeks) (Register by: May 26)
$85 ART-S03
Sess. 2: Mon., Jul. 14–Aug. 18, 4–6 p.m. (6 weeks)
(Register by: Jul. 7) $85 ART-S04
For beginning & intermediate students ages 12–16. Practice
the basics, expand on forms, and explore techniques including
hand–building and finishing pots. (Min. 4, max. 8) CE
Fashion Design
Amy Sinning
Arts Center of St. Peter
Sess. 1: Tue. Jun. 17–Jul. 8 (4 weeks), 1–2:30 p.m.
(Register by: Jun. 9) $40 ART-S17
Sess. 2: Tue., Jul. 29–Aug. 19 (4 weeks), 1–2:30 p.m.
(Register by: Jul. 14) $40 ART-S18
For beginning & intermediate age 8+. All skill levels and all
instruments are welcome. Students will learn and develop skills
under the guidance of an experienced teacher and conductor,
working toward a final concert of four pieces. Individual
rehearsal outside of class sessions will be expected. Students
must provide their own instruments. (Min. 10, max. 20.
Register by: Jun. 9) CE
Private Music Lessons with Lehi Gertz:
Piano, Violin, Cello, Viola or Mandolin
(Register by: Jun. 9) CY-S04
Sess. 2: Mon.–Thu., Jul. 14–17
8 a.m.–noon, SPCC Rm. 115, $56
4
Tue., Jul. 29, Gorman Park Patio
Come have fun in the sun playing sprinkler games with us in Gorman Park! Enjoy playing everything from
Sprinkler Limbo to Kiddie Pool Kickball. Everyone will love playing these high energy water games in a
non-competitive atmosphere. Don’t forget your swimsuit and towel!
Completed grades K–6
(Register by: Aug. 4) CY-S06
Is your child interested in learning the basic strokes of Chinese
characters? Or, do they want to learn about Chinese dragons and
calligraphy? In this fun four-day program your child will
participate in our immersion-based activities including a variety
of: arts and crafts, dance and movements, stories, sports and
games, calligraphy, and special Chinese cultural themes all
taught by experienced bilingual Chinese teachers. This program
is made possible by the Mankato Chinese Culture Institute.
www.mankatochinesecultureinstitute.org (Min. 5, max. 15) CE
16) Sprinkler Spectacular!
Join us for the World’s Original Sport, track and field. Participate in the softball throw, standing long jump,
and 50 meter dash. Experience these different events in track and field. You never know who will become
the next Olympian!
Lauren Shoemaker
Mon.–Thu., Aug. 11–21
Lesson times and
group band practice TBD
North Band Room, $84
Sess. 3: Mon.–Thu., Aug. 11–14
8:30 a.m.–noon, SPCC Rm. 115, $56
Thu., Jul. 24, SPCC MPR 310B
Discover uncharted territory while celebrating the USA. Become a 49er and pan for gold, hold an election for
Camp President, create a camp Declaration of Independence, and get ready for an old fashioned 4th of July.
Ages 1–18: No registration, no income guidelines, just come
for a free lunch and stay for some fun reading activities from
11:30 a.m.–noon. Reading activities include story time, books
to read, and more! Children ages 7 and under need to be
accompanied by a responsible caregiver. Adults may purchase
a lunch for $3.60. CE
(Register by: Jul. 7) CY-S02
Tue., Jul. 22, SPCC MPR 310B
Come play many of the different game shows from classics like Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune to current
games like Minute to Win It! Participants will test all their skills.
Summer Beginning
Band Lessons SB-S01
(Register by: Jun. 9) CY-S01
14) Life Size Board Games
Aloha! Come find out what the hullabaloo in Hawaii is all about. Limbo your way on over and pass the
pineapples on this island adventure.
Wed., Jun. 11–Thu., Jul. 31
Lunch served Mon.–Thu. 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Saint Peter Middle/High School Cafeteria, FREE
Sess. 2: Mon.–Thu., Jul. 14–17
12:30–4 p.m., SPCC Rm. 115, $56
Thu., Jul. 17, SPCC MPR 310B
You can be scary, funny, pretty, cute, or even a celebrity. Come dressed in your favorite Halloween
costume. All children in costume will receive free treats.
Summer Read & Feed Program
Chinese Culture
Summer Workshop
13) Halloween In July
Ahoy all Mateys! Travel to Pirate Island and create treasure maps, pirate ships, treasure chests, sea
monsters, ship flags, necklaces and so much more! Explore sand painting, cartography and much more.
Completed Grades K–2: Pop-up books can be so exciting to
read! In this class we will read a few books, have a snack and
even create a pop-up book of our own. (Min. 5, max. 15.
Register by: Jul. 28) CE
The Summer Food Service Program is available to all children 18 years of age and
under, and persons over 18 who participate in a public or nonprofit private school
program established for the mentally or physically handicapped. In accordance
with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is
prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex,
age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director,
Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, DC 202509410 or call (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY).USDA is an equal
opportunity provider and employer.
RL
Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre
“Sleeping Beauty” THR-S01
Mon.–Sat., Jul. 14–19
SPHS Theatre
$30 students/$45 adults
The golden age of Hollywood comes to life in this over the top
version, located on a movie set in the 1930s. Everything that
can go wrong does! Cast roles include: The Movie Crew, the
Actors, the Production Staff, the Henchmen, and the Sheep.
Recommended for children who have completed third
grade to adults. (Children who have completed grades 1 & 2
are welcome, but parents should consider their child’s success
with lengthy, closed rehearsals with large group supervision.)
(Min. 25, max. 74. Register by: Jul. 7) CE
For beginners ages 12+. Learn the fundamentals of fashion
design, from choosing themes and creating inspiration
boards to constructing doll–sized patterns to sewing and
embellishing clothes. Sewing experience is not required.
(Min. 4, max. 12) CE
Art Masters
Amy Sinning
Arts Center of St. Peter
Sess. 1: Tue., Jun. 17–Jul. 8, 3–4:30 p.m. (4 weeks)
(Register by: Jun. 9) $40 ART-S19
Sess. 2: Tue., Jul. 29–Aug. 19, 3–4:30 p.m. (4 weeks)
(Register by: Jul. 14) $40 ART-S20
For beginners ages 5–12. Marvel at great works by Monet,
Van Gogh, Michelangelo, and Warhol. Learn why and how their
art changed the world, and talk about why artists keep making
art—even if nobody else likes it at first. (Min. 4, max. 12) CE
Rehearsal Schedule:
Mon.
8–10 a.m. Auditions (Everyone gets a part!)
8:15 a.m. Parent Meeting
10:15–11:15 a.m. Partial cast rehearsal
Tue.–Thu. Rehearsal time varies by cast part.
Schedule will be sent home on Mon.
Fri., 3 p.m. Dress Rehearsal, stay until end of show.
Sat., 1 p.m.until end of show.
Performances:
Fri., Jul. 18, 7 p.m. & Sat., Jul. 19, 2 p.m.
See page 5 for more Youth Programs
See ADULT section on page 1
in Arts & Crafts
for more classes offered to teens.
Youth Programs cont.
ART-S21
Sess. 2: Jul. 7–Jul. 10, Drawing (Register by: Jun. 30) $35
ART-S22
Sess. 3: Jul. 14–Jul. 17, Hand–building with clay
(Register by: Jul. 7) $35 ART-S23
Sess. 4: Aug. 4–Aug. 7, Collage (Register by: Jul. 28) $35
ART-S24
Sess. 5: Aug. 11–Aug. 14, Stamping & printing
(Register by: Aug. 4) $35 ART-S25
Watch Me Draw Staff
Tue.–Thu., Aug. 5–7, Noon–2 p.m., SPCC Rm. 115, $66
CY-S30
Completed Grades K–6: Design a prehistoric exhibit full of
dinosaurs, volcanoes & more! Work with clay, drawing and
painting to create your own dinosaur story in a 3-D display.
Students will have several art creations in addition to the 3D
display at the end of the week. (Min. 6, max. 15. Register by:
Jul. 28) CE
Babysitters’ Training Completed Gr. 4 and up
Tue. & Thu., Jul. 8 & 10, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
$30, SPCC Rm. 217 (St. Peter Rm.)
Get messy, make art, have fun! Students will have at least one
finished piece to take home each week. (Min. 6, max. 12) CE
Red Cross Certification. Participants will learn skills needed to
be a responsible babysitter. Materials included in fee.
Participants must attend the entire class to receive certification.
Please bring a sack lunch. (Min. 6, max. 12) RL
Art Workshop for 10 to 13 year olds
Lego Camp Ages 9 and up
Hope Thier and Rachel Compart
Arts Center of St. Peter
Mon.–Thu. 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Sess. 1: Jun. 30–Jul. 3, Painting
(Register by: Jun. 23) $35 ART-S26
Sess. 2: Jul. 7–Jul. 10, Drawing
(Register by: Jun. 30) $35 ART-S27
Sess. 3: Jul. 14–Jul. 17, Hand–building with clay
(Register by Jul. 7) $35 ART-S28
Sess. 4: Aug. 4–Aug. 7, Collage
(Register by: Jul. 28) $35 ART-S29
Sess. 5: Aug. 11–Aug. 14, Stamping/printing
(Register by Aug. 4) $35 ART-S30
Learn the fundamentals and experiment with new materials.
Students will have at least one a finished piece of work to take
home each week. (Min. 6, max. 12) CE
Watch Me Draw! Claydazzle on Canvas!
Watch Me Draw Staff
Tue.–Thu., Jun. 24–26, 10 a.m.–noon,
SPCC Rm. 115, $66 CY-S28
Completed Grades K–6: Claydazzle combines acrylics on canvas
and clay sculptures to create original 3D masterpieces. Take home
your own whimsical creations of animals, food and people using
fun techniques. Watch Me Draw! provides exceptional art
experience for each child, committed to quality projects, fun and
value. (Min. 6, max. 15. Register by: Jun. 16) CE
Watch Me Draw! Tangled Up In Art!
Watch Me Draw Staff
Tue.–Wed., Jul. 29–30, 10 a.m.–noon,
SPCC Rm. 115, $41 CY-S29
Completed Grades 1–6: A cross between design and cubism, it
is the latest pop culture phenomena with attention to intriguing
pattern, design and color. We’ll explore their techniques and
add our own flair as we create awesome drawings that you
won’t see anywhere else! Have a blast creating the coolest art
around…YOURS!! (Min. 6, max. 15. Register by: Jul. 21) CE
Mon.–Wed., Jun. 9–11, 9–11:30 a.m.
$30, SPCC Rm. 219 (Senior Center)
Boys and girls will use their creativity and LEGO Mindstorms
materials and kits to create a one of a kind robot with a sensor
that retrieves a pop can, finds its way out of a box, stays on a
table without falling off or climbs stairs. Beginning and
Intermediate levels of programming will be taught. (Min. 8,
max. 12) RL
Dancing Divas Camp Ages 7–10
Mon., Wed., Fri., Jun. 9–20, 10:15–11:45 a.m.
$45, SPCC Rm. 310B
Gustie Football Youth Camp Entering Gr. 3–8
Sess. 1: Thu., Jun. 19–Fri., Jun. 20, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Sess. 2: Thu., Jun. 26–Fri., Jun. 27, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Single Session, $50 (2 day package)
Double Session, $100 (4 day package)
South Endzone at the Gustavus Football Field
Participate in drills and learn position specific skills. Includes
games and competitions in a fun and positive environment.
Bring cleats, tennis shoes, swim trunks, and snack. Online
Registration form:
https://gustavus.edu/athletics/camps/football/2014%20Youth
%20Clinic%20Flyer.pdf
Registration flyers available at the Community Center and
Gustavus Football Offices (934-7660) RL
Southworth Basketball Camp
Mon., Jun. 9–Thu. Jun. 12
8:15–9:15 a.m., 4–6 yrs., $25, Co-ed
8:15–9:15 a.m., completed Gr. 1–2, $25, girls only
9:30 a.m.–12 p.m., completed Gr. 7–11, $50; girls only
1:30–3:45 p.m., completed Gr. 3–6, $50; girls only
Pick up and drop off registration forms at the St. Peter
Recreation Department
Registration Deadline: Fri., May 23
Camp Benefits: Camp T-shirt, trophies and awards, individual
1-on-1 instruction, designed around
age level and skill, offensive and
defensive fundamentals, games and
contests, low participant to instructor
ratio and FUN! RL
Saint Peter Volleyball
Girls Elementary Camp
Mon.–Thu., Jun. 16–19
Entering Gr. K–2, 8–9:45 a.m.
Entering Gr. 3–4, 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
Entering Gr. 5–6, 12:30–2:30 p.m.
$40, SPHS gym
Pick up and drop off registration forms at the St. Peter
Recreation Department. Registration forms can be
requested by email to [email protected]
Please pre-register by Fri., May 23
Develop and enhance individual and team skills in the areas of
passing, setting, attacking, serving, offensive, defensive and
team building. Led by SPHS Coaching Staff and Varsity players.
Camp Features: four days of quality instruction and individual
attention, adjustable nets for the younger athletes, and contests
and games. Registration flyers available at the Community
Center or e-mail Carmen [email protected] Camp
T-shirt only for pre-registered players. RL
Summer Soccer
• All classes are held at the St. Peter Outdoor Pool
• Call the pool (934-3951) or the REC HOTLINE
(934-0070) for swim lesson cancellations
• If needed, make-up lessons will be held on Fridays
Sess. 1: Jun. 16–26 (mornings, Mon.–Thu.)
Sess. 2: Jun. 9–19 (evenings, Mon.–Thu.)
Sess. 3: Jun. 23–Jul. 3 (evenings, Mon.–Thu.)
Sess. 4: Jul. 7–17 (mornings, Mon.–Thu.)
Sess. 5: Jul. 7–17 (evenings, Mon.–Thu.)
Sess. 6: Jul. 21–31 (evenings, Mon.–Thu.)
Sess. 7: Aug. 4–15, no class 8/5 (evenings, Mon.–Thu.)
Sess. 8: Jul. 21–31 (mornings, Mon.–Thu.)
Water Babies (Parent/Child Class)
Sess. 1 & 8: 11:20–11:50 a.m.
Sess. 2:
5:15–5:45 p.m.
Sess. 5 & 7: 4:25–4:55 p.m.
Sess. 3, 4 & 6: Not Offered
8 Lessons, $28
Age 6 mos.–2 yrs. Introduces basic skills to parents and
children including safety topics. Basic skills include kicking,
bubble blowing, underwater exploration, and floating. Children
must wear a swim diaper or plastic pants with their swim suit.
A caregiver (age 18 or older) is required to be in the water with
each child. (Min. 4, max. 12) RL
Fencing Completed Grades 2–8
Mon.–Thu., Jul. 28–31, 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
$95, SPCC Gym
New and experienced students welcome. Get ready to face
your foe in mano-a-mano matches that will test your strength,
speed, discipline and desire. Young student fencing classes
improve dexterity, speed, quickness and focus. SAFETY is our
first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks and
jackets, and a high-octane, inclusive environment. ARE YOU
READY TO DUEL? (Min. 6, max. 20) RL
Grandmaster of Chess Completed Grades 1–6
Mon.–Thu., Aug. 4–7, 1–4 p.m.
$85, SPCC Rm. 211
All levels welcome. Returning students please bring
your chess booklets and chess dollars.
Beginners will learn piece movement, capturing, check,
checkmate, castling and more. Returning students study
intermediate lessons (e.g. King Rook Checkmate, Gaining
Opposition). Advanced students will study Queen Sacrifices,
Back Rank Mates and other advanced theory. We will hold an
in-class tournament the last day of class! Continue your chess
journey or start your path this summer. (Min. 6, max. 20) RL
Saint Peter
Youth Football Camp Entering Gr. 4–8
Mon., Jul. 7–Wed., Jul. 9, 10:30 a.m.–12 p.m., $20
St. Peter High School Practice Field
Learn skills and drills in this football camp led by SPHS coaches
and players. Athletes will participate in SPHS program drills as
well as learn position specific skills. The camp will also include
games and competitions in a fun and positive environment.
Bring Cleats or tennis shoes and athletic wear. RL
YOUTH BASEBALL
Emphasis will be on having FUN while learning the game of
baseball. Skill building in throwing, catching, fielding ground
balls, hitting, base running, rules, teamwork, and
sportsmanship. All players will bat each inning as well as
rotate positions in the field. Please bring your own glove.
T-BALL (Entering Grades K–1)
RL
Sess. I: American League/Mon. & Wed.
Jun. 9–Jul. 14
8:45–9:45 a.m., Jefferson Fields
$28 Res., $36 Non-Res.
Exhibition Nights:
Mon., Jun. 23, 30 Jul. 7, 14 at 5:45 p.m.
No a.m. practice on exhibition nights.
Sess. II: National League/Tue. & Thu.
Jun. 10–Jul. 17 (No baseball on 7/4)
8:45–9:45 a.m., Jefferson Fields
$28 Res., $36 Non-Res.
Exhibition Nights:
Thu., Jun. 26, Tue. Jul. 1, Thu., Jul, 10 & 17 at 5:45 p.m.
No a.m. practice on exhibition nights.
SQUIRTS (Entering Grades 2–3)
RL
Mon. & Wed., Jun. 9–Jul. 14
9:50–10:50 a.m., Jefferson Fields
$28 Res., $36 Non-Res.
Exhibition Nights:
Mon., Jun. 23, 30 Jul. 7, 14, at 7 p.m.
No a.m. practice on exhibition nights.
Summer Rec Youth Tennis
Supervised by Aaron Rothenberger (SPHS Tennis Coach)
St. Peter High School Tennis Courts
Head instructors: Sidney Dirks and Mitch Elofson
• Each child will be provided with a suitable racquet for their
size and age.
• If registered by Friday, May 30, participant will receive a
free t-shirt.
• $5 discount when registering for two sessions.
• $10 discount when registering for four sessions.
By balancing instruction with games and informal
competitions, youth will learn hand-eye coordination, basic
strokes and volleys, knowledge of the court, scoring, good
sportsmanship and respect for each other, the instructors and
the game of tennis. A participant can move up to a higher level
only at the discretion of the head instructor.
Gr.
& Team
Date & Time
Fee
______________________________________________
K–2, Red Team
Sess. 1: Jun. 9–12, 8–8:45 a.m.
$25
Sess. 2: Jun. 16–19, 8–8:45 a.m.
$25
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3–5, Blue Team
Sess. 1: Jun. 9–12, 9–10:15 a.m.
$38
Sess. 2: Jun. 16–19, 9–10:15 a.m.
$38
Sess. 3: Jul. 7–10, 9–10:15 a.m.
$38
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6–9, White Team Sess. 1: Jun. 9–12, 10:30–11:45 a.m.
$38
Sess. 2: Jun. 16–19, 10:30–11:45 a.m. $38
Sess. 3: Jun. 23–26, 9–10:15 a.m.
$38
Sess. 4: Jul. 7–10, 9–10:15 a.m.
$38
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} Rain cancellations: call the Recreation Hotline 934-0070.
} Rain make-ups will be held on Friday mornings at the
same time. RL
Dolphins (Preschool)
Beginning Diving Ages 8–14
Sess. 1 & 8: 10:30–11:05 a.m.
Sess. 2 & 6: 4:25–5 p.m.
Sess. 4:
11:20–11:55 a.m.
Sess. 3 & 7: 5:15–5:50 p.m.
Not Offered
Sess. 5:
8 lessons, $34 (ratio of instructor to child 1:5)
Sess. I: Mon./Wed., Jun.9–Jul. 9, 12–1 p.m., $35
Sess. II: Mon./Wed., Jul. 14–Aug. 13, 12–1 p.m., $35
Age 4 yrs. Helps participants feel comfortable and enjoy the
water safely. Learn water adjustment, breath control,
submerging, and buoyancy on front and back with support. No
parent in water with child. (Min. 4, max. 10)
Sharks (Preschool)
Sess. 1 & 8: 11:20–11:55 a.m.
Sess. 5:
5:15–5:50 p.m.
Sess. 3 & 7: 4:25–5 p.m.
Sess. 2, 4 & 6: Not Offered
8 lessons, $34 (ratio of instructor to child 1:5)
Age 5 yrs. Builds on the skills learned in Dolphins and gives
participants success with fundamental skills such as floating
and basic locomotion. Some additional skills include finning,
treading, and bobbing. For children 5 years old, no parent in
water with child. (Min. 4, max. 10) RL
Whales (Preschool)
Sess. 2 & 6: 5:15–5:50 p.m.
Sess. 4:
10:30–11:05 a.m.
Sess. 5:
4:25–5 p.m.
Sess. 1, 3 & 7: Not Offered
8 Lessons, $34 (ratio of instructor to child 1:5)
Age 6 yrs. Build on the skills in Sharks and improve
coordination of simultaneous arm and leg actions and
alternating arm and leg actions. Some additional skills include
jumping in, jellyfish float, and changing direction. No parent in
water with child. (Min. 4, max. 10) RL
Learn the fundamentals of a forward dive, a back dive, and
somersaulting. Establish correct posture, body alignment, and
strengthening of the small muscles of the abdomen and lower
back. No prerequisites. (Min. 4, max. 12) RL
Afternoon Aqua Fit (Water Aerobics)
Sess. I: Tue./Thu., Jun. 10–Jul. 10, 12–1 p.m., $40
Sess. II: Tue./Thu., Jul. 15–Aug. 14, 12–1 p.m., $40
Elevate your heart rate in the training zone without stress to
your joints. Shallow and deep water exercises for a high cardio
workout. Appropriate for all levels of fitness. RL
Adult Lap Swim
Mon.-Fri., 12–1 p.m., Cost $2.50 per time
Ages 15 years and up. RL
Adult Swim Lessons
Sat., Jun.21–Jul. 26, 12–1 p.m., $35 (no class 7/5)
Whether you’re a fearful first-time swimmer or are looking to
improve your existing skill set, adult swim lessons offer you the
chance to learn and develop at your own pace. Certified
instructors will guide you through the skill levels in a
progressive and non-threatening environment. (These are
group lessons.) RL
Adaptive Swim Lessons
Fri., Jun.20–Jul. 25 (no class 7/4), 12–1 p.m., $40
Individual swimming lessons adapting the aquatic environment
to meet special needs (diagnoses may include autism, cerebral
palsy, quadriplegia, or developmental delays). Water safety
and functional and recreational swimming skills. A learning
program will be designed to help each individual to learn to
swim to the best of their ability. RL
Mantas Swim Club for Beginners
Competitive Swimming Ages 7–12
Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills
Sess. 1 & 8: 10:30–11:10 a.m.
Sess. 2, 5 & 6: 4:25–5:05 p.m.
Sess. 3 & 7: 5:15–5:55 p.m.
Sess. 4:
11:20 a.m.–12 noon
8 lessons, $36
Aqua Tots (Parent/Child Class)
Sess. 3 & 7: 4:25–4:55 p.m.
Sess. 4:
10:30–11 a.m.
Sess. 6:
5:15–5:45 p.m.
Sess. 1, 2 & 5: Not Offered
8 lessons, $28
Age 7 yrs. Learn front and back supported and independent
floating/kicking, alternating arm action, water safety rules, and
using a life jacket. (Min. 4, max. 12) RL
Ages 2–4 yrs. Builds on the skills introduced in Water Babies,
with participants improving these skills and learning more
advanced skills. Basic skills include bobbing, retrieving
submerged objects, combined arm and leg actions, and front
and back glides. Children who are not toilet trained must wear
a swim diaper or plastic pants with their swim suit. A caregiver
(age 18 or older) is required to be in the water with each child.
(Min. 4, max. 12) RL
Call the pool (934-3951)
or the REC HOTLINE (934-0070)
for swim lesson cancellations
Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Sess. 1 & 8: 11:20 a.m.–12 noon
Sess. 2 & 5: 5:15–5:55 p.m.
Sess. 3, 6 & 7: 4:25–5:05 p.m.
Sess. 4:
10:30–11:15 a.m.
8 lessons, $36
Age 7 yrs. and up. Learn submerging, front and back glide,
jellyfish and back float, treading, and swim on front and back
15 feet. Level 1 pre-requisite. (Min. 4, max. 12) RL
Sess. I: Mon.–Thu., Jun. 9–19, 9:30–10:30 a.m.
Sess. II: Mon.–Thu., Jul. 7–17, 9:30–10:30 a.m.
Sess. III: Mon.–Thu., Aug. 4–14, 9:30–10:30 a.m.
$44, Outdoor Pool, (Min. 5, max. 16)
An introduction to competitive swimming taught by the
coaches of Mantas Swim Club. Learn and practice the 4
competitive strokes; butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and
freestyle. Racing dive starts, streamlines and flip turns will be
covered. Only requirement is that the participant is confident
and comfortable in the water.
Special Pool Events
Walls to Wibits: WIBIT FUNDRAISER
Help us bring WIBITS to the outdoor pool by purchasing and
decorating a wall block at the pool for $25! All proceeds go to
the purchase of Wibits. Come leave your mark at the pool!
(Information on and pictures of Wibits are available at the pool
and the Recreation Department.)
Annual Fourth of July Slip ‘n’ Slide!
$3 per person, 1–4 p.m., Minnesota Square Park.
Level 3: Stroke Development
Sess. 1 & 8: 10:30–11:15 a.m.
Sess. 2 & 7: 4:25–5:10 p.m.
Sess. 3, 5 & 6: 5:15–6 p.m.
Sess. 4:
11:20 a.m.–12:05 p.m.
8 lessons, $36
Youth Gymnastics
St. Peter Armory, 1120 Swift Street
Coordinator: Kris Glidden
(8 classes/session)
Sess. 1A:
Mon. & Wed., Jun. 30–Jul. 23
Sess. 1B:
Tue. & Thu., Jul. 1–24
Sess. 2:
Mon.–Thu., Aug. 4–16
Learn to jump into deep water–kneeling dive, rotary
breathing–survival float, tread water, front crawl, elementary
backstroke, flutter, dolphin and scissors kick. Level 2 prerequisite (Min. 4, max. 12) RL
Preschool Ages 3–entering K
11:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m., $48 Res., $62 Non-Res.
Level 4: Stroke Improvement
Learn basic motor skills and body positions. Explore gymnastics
equipment. (Min. 3, max. 4) RL
Sess. 1 & 8: 11:20 a.m.–12:05 p.m.
Sess. 2, 6 & 7: 5:15–6 p.m.
Sess. 3 & 5: 4:25–5:10 p.m.
Sess. 4:
10:30–11:15 a.m.
8 lessons, $36
Beginners and Advanced Beginners
Entering Gr. 1 and up
9–10 a.m., $64 Res., $83 Non-Res.
Gymnasts will be ability-grouped into beginners/advanced beginners after the first day.
Beginners: Learn basic body positions and skills on the beams,
bars, floor, and vault including forward and backward rolls, a
handstand, hurdle on the springboard from a run, and walk
forward, backward and sideways on the high beam alone.
Advanced Beginners: Learn to perform a cartwheel on a line,
passing through vertical, a handstand, a back bend, a back-hip
circle, casting, and swing with re-grasping on bars, and a wide
variety of walks, leaps, and jumps on the high beams, adding
emphasis on dance, strength and flexibility. (Min. 6, max. 14) RL
Level 2 & 3 Combined
10:15–11:15 a.m., $64 Res., $83 Non-Res.
Level 2 Prerequisites: Passing Advanced Beginners and/or
able to perform a cartwheel on a line, passing through vertical,
a handstand, a back bend, a back-hip circle, casting, and swing
with re-grasping on bars, and a wide variety of walks, leaps,
and jumps on the high beams. Level 3 Prerequisites: Able to
perform a backbend kick over, front limber, dive roll and a
handstand straight arm forward roll on floor; a pullover, tap
swing, and glides on bars, a cartwheel on the low beam and a
round-off dismount from the high beam. Level 2/3 builds on the
basic skills learned in previous classes. Dance, strength, and
flexibility are emphasized. (Min. 6, max. 12) RL
Middle School
Gymnastics Clinic Entering Gr. 6–8
Mon.–Wed., Jun. 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18
10:15–11:45 a.m., $72 Res., $94 Non-Res.
This 6-day session will include tumbling, balance beam,
uneven bar conditioning/skills and vaulting drills. Gymnasts
should be able to perform cartwheels, round offs and have
some experience with front and back handsprings. RL
i o n b e gins I M
FREE for All Ages
Wed., Jul. 16, 3 p.m., picnic area west side of the pool.
Slices and slices of fresh, juicy watermelon for everyone!
AQUATICS
Saint Peter High School
and Community Pool
100 Lincoln Drive, St. Peter
Early Morning Lap Swim/Water Walking
Friday Night Family Swim
May 2, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
$2 per swimmer, pay lifeguard at the pool.
Level 6a: Personal Water Safety
Sess. 1:
10:30–11:15 a.m.
Sess. 3 & 7: 5:15–6 p.m.
Sess. 4:
11:20 a.m.–12:05 p.m.
Sess. 2, 5 & 6: Not Offered
8 lessons, $36
Swimming and skill proficiency, survival swimming and
swimming while fully clothed, treading water (kicking only), and
boating safety. Level 5 pre-requisite. (Min. 4, max. 10) RL
Level 6c: Fitness Swimmer
Sess. 8: 10:30–11:15 a.m.
Sess. 5: 5:15–6 p.m.
Sess. 2, 3, 4, 6 & 7: Not Offered
8 lessons, $36
Stroke proficiency, open and flip turns, use pull buoy, fins,
paddles, pace clock, calculate target heart rate, water exercise,
and fitness training. Level 5 pre-requisite. (Min. 4, max. 10) RL
$68. Three 30-min. lessons per two children at the same level.
Semi-private lessons with a ratio of one instructor to two
students. Must be arranged through St. Peter Recreation
Department. Visit the Recreation office or call 934-0667. RL
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Annual Watermelon Feed @ the Pool
Sess. 1 & 8: 10:30–11:15 a.m.
Sess. 2 & 6: 4:25–5:10 p.m.
Sess. 4:
11:20 a.m.–12:05 p.m.
Sess. 7:
5:15–6 p.m.
Sess. 3, 4 & 5: Not Offered
8 lessons, $36
Semi-Private Lessons
ist
FREE for All Ages
Fri., Jul. 4, 1–6 p.m.
Level 5: Stroke Refinement
$48. Three 30-min. lessons per child. Private lessons must be
arranged through St. Peter Recreation Department. Visit the
Recreation office or call 934-0667. RL
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Fourth of July Pool Hours
Mon.–Fri., Apr. 7–May 16, 5:45–7:15 a.m.
$3 per time or $40 for a 20 punch ticket
Pay the lifeguard at the pool.
Private Lessons
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Cool off in the park after the parade. Supervised by pool staff.
Learn standing dives, swim underwater, survival swimming,
open turn, front and back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke,
elementary backstroke, and sidestroke. Level 3 pre-requisite.
(Min. 4, max. 12) RL
Learn shallow dive, surface dives, flip turn, front and back crawl,
butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, and
sculling. Level 4 pre-requisite. (Min. 4, max. 10) RL
Qualifying gymnasts through middle school
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Ages 4–10
Ages 4–6 (Signed up for Lil’ Rascals? We’ll make sure your
little one arrives at the program)
Mon.–Thu., Jul. 21–24, 9–10 a.m., Gorman Park
$20 Res. / $26 Non-Res.
Ages 7–10
Mon.–Thu., Jul. 21–24, 10:15–11:15 a.m., Gorman Park
$20 Res., $26 Non-Res.
Small teams let players actively participate in the game
allowing them to learn more skills and fundamentals. New
teams formed each day to allow players the chance to play
with everyone. Includes creative activities and team building
games. (Participants should bring a water bottle). RL
American Red Cross Swim Lessons
Your little diva will be introduced to the world of jazz and ballet
in a fun and creative setting. Perfect camp for divas that have
never danced before or those that have some dance
experience. Bring your Diva attitude and smile! Dress
comfortably in clothes that allow free movement. (Min. 3 ,
max. 15) Program sponsored by Dance Conservatory. RL
Youth Sports
Youth Sport Camps
Pre-School & Youth
American Red Cross Swim Lessons
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Hope Thier and Rachel Compart
Arts Center of St. Peter
Mon.–Thu. 8–10 a.m.
Sess. 1: Jun. 30–Jul. 3, Painting (Register by: Jun. 23) $35
Aquatics
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Art Workshop for 6 to 9 year olds
Watch Me Draw!
Jurassic Park 3D Dinorama!
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Art Workshops
GuardStart:
Lifeguarding Tomorrow Ages 10–14
Mon.–Fri., June 9–13, 10:30 a.m.–12 noon, $40
Learn what it takes to be a great lifeguard; from lifesaving and
leadership skills to fitness and professional development. Start
the foundation of aquatic and leadership knowledge, attitudes,
and skills for future successful completion of an American
Red Cross Lifeguarding course. No prerequisites.
(Min. 4, max. 12) RL
A special time just for families! Come and play in the water
with your floaties and water toys. Children must be
accompanied in the water by an adult caregiver at all times.
Saturday Open Swim
Apr. 12–May 10, 1–3 p.m. $2 per swimmer, pay lifeguard at the pool. Note: Children 7 and under must be accompanied by a proficient swimmer age 13 or older or wear a
life jacket.
Women/Girls Only Swim
May 6 at 6:30–8:30 p.m. $2 per swimmer, pay lifeguard
at the pool. Note: Children 7 and under must be accompanied by a proficient swimmer age 13 or older or wear a life
jacket.
FACILITY USE
Pool Weather Cancellation/Closing Policy: The pool follows
the same policy as ISD 508 regarding closings and
cancellations. Call the Community Education Weather Info.
Line: 934-3048 ext. 411.
Rentals
Until May 18, the pool is available for rental on:
Fri., 6–9 p.m., Sat., 4–9 p.m., and Sun., 12–8 p.m.
Make your reservations at least 2 weeks in advance. Call
Community Education at 934-3048. CE
RENTAL FEES PER HOUR
1–25 swimmers
26–50 swimmers
51–75 swimmers
76–100 swimmers
$50 Res. / $65 Non-Res.
$60 Res. / $78 Non-Res.
$70 Res. / $91 Non-Res.
$80 Res. / $104 Non-Res.
5
Fri., Aug. 1
“Dispicable Me 2”
(101 min., PG)
Fri., Jul. 25
“Sandlot”
(108 min., PG)
Fri., Jul. 11
“Frozen”
Presented by
Presented by
Presented by
Jefferson Park, 1401 Nicollet Ave.
Movies begin after sunset
Movie Series:
Grab your blanket or chair and enjoy an
evening under the stars with these great movies!
Phone: 934-0667
register online at:
www.saintpetermn.gov/recreation
For more information
call 934-0667
[email protected]
Game Dates: Every Saturday
Practice: Mon., Tue., Thu.
Season Dates: Aug. 11–Oct. 10
Season Details:
Mankato/North Mankato Football League
St. Peter Youth
Tackle Football
St. Peter Recreation Department
(98 min., PG)
Features: • Recreation Staff will lead activities one hour before sunset.
• FREE ADMISSION! • Concessions available • 16 Ft. inflatable screen
• Fee: $90/person
• Includes all equipment (except shoes)
• Includes photograph
• St. Peter will play teams from
Mankato, Blue Earth, and Fairmont
• Players will be divided into
5th and 6th grade teams
• Registration Begins:
• Fri., Apr. 18
• Registration Deadline:
• Fri., Jun. 20
Equipment provided by WHY NOT! Events.
St. Peter Recreation
Department presents
www.stpetercommunityedonline.com
Phone: 934-3048
register online at:
Saint Peter
Community
& Family
Education
City of St. Peter
Recreation &
Leisure Services
Department
Thursday, May 15 • 5:30–7 p.m.
First Lutheran Church parking lot
(1114 W. Traverse Rd.)
Bring your
whole family!
Come to look at, climb on,
and even sit in a fire truck,
police car, school bus,
ambulance, and more!
(Early Childhood Family Education)
St. Peter, MN 56082
ECFE
Vehicle Fair
Script and Music by
Megan K. Pence and Daniel L. Stock
See the Youth Section
inside for registration details.
Saint Peter
High School Theatre
Fri., July 18 . 7 p.m.
Sat., July 19 . 2 p.m.
Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre & Saint Peter Community & Family Education
present:
Pizza, fruit & pop will be available
to purchase at the concession stand.
FREE!
Nonprofit Org.
U.S. Postage
PAID
Permit No. 10
St. Peter, MN 56082
POSTAL PATRON
St. Peter Community Center
600 South Fifth Street
St. Peter, MN 56082
Community Education & Recreation & Leisure Classes & Activities Brochure, published three times a year. 2014/ Issue #2
Registration Begins Immediately
May–August 2014 Classes & Activities
Community & Family Education and Recreation & Leisure Services
SUMMER 2014 BROCHURE
Number of
Swimmers
25 or less
26–50
51–75
76–100
Non-Resident Fee
$ 65/hour
$ 78/hour
$ 91/hour
$104/hour
Resident Fee
$ 50/hour
$ 60/hour
$ 70/hour
$ 80/hour
2
3
4
5
# of Guards
Pool Rental: Reserve the pool for a birthday party or any group activity. Make your event special with the following equipment: water polo, volleyball, basketball, and large rafts available.
Food and beverage can be served in the picnic area inside the facility. Reservations must be
made at least one week in advance by calling the Outdoor Pool Manager at 934-3951.
$15 per book. Use one ticket/swim for youth and/or adults. Can be purchased at the pool or the
Recreation Office. Tickets expire September 1, 2014.
10–Ticket pool ticket book
beginning June 7th. Passes expire September 1, 2014.
• Individual Pass $30
• Family Friendly Pass–ONLY $35
Family members must be living in the same residence. Maximum of 6 people per family
pass. Additional family members may be added at a cost of $5 per person. Add babysitters or
nannies to your pass for only $20 more.
• Daycare Pass $75
Up to 10 daycare children on one pass. Daycare passes may only be used during the daycares
hours of operation. A daycare supervisor must accompany children to the pool.
Pool Passes: Available for purchase at the Recreation Office. Also available at the pool
Daily, 6:15–8:15 p.m.
• A special time just for families!
• $2.50 per time for ages 5 and up.
• Free for ages 0–4 when accompanied by a paying adult or responsible supervisor (age 15
or older).
• Family Pool Pass ($35) gets your family (up to six people) in for no additional charge all summer!
• Floatables such as inflatable rafts, inner tubes, and other large toys are allowed in the main
pool during family swim (space permitting).
• U.S. Coast Guard Approved Lifejackets are permitted. Children younger than 7 years of age
must have an adult or responsible supervisor (age 15 or older) in the water AND within
arms reach of the child at all times with or without an approved lifejacket.
Family Swim
For Outdoor Pool Information,
swim lesson cancellations,
and pool closings
call the pool, 934-3951, or the
RECREATION HOTLINE,
934-0070
• Pool closes when the outdoor
temperature falls under 65°F.
• Pool closes when lightning is sighted
or weather is threatening. Weather is
then assessed at 2-hour intervals
(3, 5, & 7 p.m.).
• Pool closes if there is need for
emergency repairs or maintenance.
• Pool is subject to close for the
remainder of a scheduled open swim
when there are fewer than 15 people
in the pool.
Pool Closing Policy
Only U.S. Coast Guard Certified Lifejackets
are permissible. Please note: Children
younger than 7 years of age must have a
supervisor in the water and within arms
reach of the child at all times with or
without an approved lifejacket. For safety
purposes, inflatable rafts, inner tubes and
other large toys are NOT allowed in the
main pool, except during family swim.
Lifejackets / Floatables
•
•
•
•
Mon.–Fri., 10:30 a.m.–8:15 p.m.
Sat. & Sun., 1–8:15 p.m.
Lifeguard on site
Ages 6 and under, toddlers need to
wear swim diaper.
• Must be accompanied by an adult
or responsible supervisor (15 years
or older).
• Floatables and small toys are allowed.
Available for rent
Family Swim
Open Swim
Wading Pool – Free of Charge
Available for rent
Family Swim
Open Swim OR
Make-up day for Swim Lessons
Open Swim (1–6 p.m.)
(3–3:15 p.m. Break)
Available for rent
Available for rent
Pool Maintenance
Saturday
Mon.–Fri., 1–4:15 p.m. (Fridays until 6 p.m. unless there are make-up swim lessons)
Sat. & Sun., 1–6 p.m.
• $2.50 per time for ages 6 and up.
• Free for ages 0–4 when accompanied by a paying adult or responsible supervisor (age 15
or older).
• Ages 7 and up can attend open swim without an adult or responsible supervisor.
• Ages 0–6 must have an adult or responsible supervisor (age 15 or older) in the water AND
within arms reach of the child at all times with or without an approved lifejacket.
• U.S. Coast Guard Approved Lifejackets are permitted.
• NO floatables are allowed during open swim.
Available for rent
Family Swim
Swim Lessons
Open Swim (1–6 p.m.)
(3–3:15 p.m. Break)
Beginning Diving (Mon.. & Wed.)
Adaptive Lessons (Fridays)
MAKE-UP DAY
Swim Lessons
Available for rent
Pool Maintenance
Friday
Open Swim
8:15–10:15 p.m.
6:15–8:15 p.m.
4:25–6 p.m.
Open Swim
1–4:15 p.m.
(3–3:15 p.m. Break)
Water Aerobics (Tue. & Thu.)
Lap Swim (Mon.–Fri.)
Swim Lessons
10:30 a.m.–12 noon
12 noon–1 p.m.
Mantas Swim Club (Tue. & Thu.)
Pool Maintenance
6–9 a.m.
9:15–10:30 a.m.
Monday–Thursday
Time
OUTDOOR POOL SCHEDULE
Sat., Aug. 23–Sun., Aug. 24: 1–4 p.m. (Open Swim) and 4:15–7:15 p.m. (Family Swim)
Sat., Aug. 30–Mon., Sep. 1: 1–4 p.m. (Open Swim) and 4:15–7:15 p.m. (Family Swim)
Weekends only Aug. 23–Mon., Sep. 1.
Available for rent
Family Swim
Open Swim
Open Swim (1–6 p.m.)
(3–3:15 p.m. Break)
Available for rent
Available for rent
Pool Maintenance
Sunday
OPENING DAY: Saturday, June 7 (FREE admission on Opening Day!)
Roy T. Lindenberg Memorial
Outdoor Swimming
Pool
300 N. 4th Street
Outdoor Pool Information 934-3951