2016 Spring Brochure - Bolingbrook Park District

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2016 Spring Brochure - Bolingbrook Park District
Faci l i t y Di r ec tory
Annerino Community Center (ACC) : Administrative Office
201 Recreation Drive | P 630.739.0272 | F 630.739.1039
Relay 800.526.0844
Hours:
(M-F) 5:00 am-10:00 pm
(Sat) 7:00 am-8:00 pm
(Sun) 7:00 am-6:00 pm
Ashbury’s at Boughton Ridge
Boa r d of Com m issi on ers
Elected by the public and responsible for setting policy
Denise Allen
[email protected]
Jerry Hix
[email protected]
Melissa McCloud
[email protected]
Al Traczek
[email protected]
Sue Vastalo
[email protected]
335 E. Boughton Road | P 630.739.2377 | F 630.759.1648
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex (BRAC)
200 S. Lindsey Lane | P 630.739.1700 | F 630.759.5651
Hours:
(M-F) 5:00 am-10:00 pm
(Sat) 7:00 am-8:00 pm
(Sun) 7:00 am-6:00 pm
Boughton Ridge Golf Course
335 E. Boughton Road | P 630.739.4100 | F 630.739.1648
Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm
Adm i n is t r at i v e S ta ff
Ron Oestreich, Executive Director
[email protected]
Mike Baiardo, Director of Recreation
[email protected]
Nick Baird, Director of Revenue Facilities
[email protected]
Debbie Chase, Director of Business & Technology
[email protected]
Christine Martner, Director of Buildings, Grounds & Natural
Resources
[email protected]
Jim Patula, Superintendent of Projects & Planning
[email protected]
Kim Smith, Director of Marketing & Customer Care
[email protected]
475 Trout Farm Road | P 630.759.2381
Hidden Oaks Conservation Area (OAKS)
419 Trout Farm Road | P 630.739.2600 | F 630.759.3056
Summer Hours (Starting April 1):
(M-Sat) 9:00 am-5:00 pm
(Sun) Noon-5:00 pm
Lily Cache Special Recreation Association (LCSRA)
201 Recreation Drive | P 630.739.1124 | F 630.739.5806
Relay: 800.526.0844
LifeStyles Fitness Center
200 S. Lindsey Lane | P 630.739.1705
201 Recreation Dr. | P 630.739.0272
Pelican Harbor Indoor/Outdoor Aquatic Park
200 S. Lindsey Lane | P 630.739.1777
Program
Pages
Program
Pages
Sporting Encounters
Free Family Fun Series
T-Ball Training15
Homeschool Artists28
T-Ball Training Camp
17
Lego Engineering Academy
32
Tot Sportsters Camp
17
Lego Explorers Camp
32
Youth Lacrosse15
Lego Robotics Academy
32
Lego Robotics Camp
32
Lego Stem Learn to Program
32
EVENTS FOR ALL AGES
April Showers7
Bait, Hook and Reel In
8
Chicago Cubs Game
6
AQUATICS
Homeschool Science Made Fun
Pages
Birthday Parties4
5
17
Program
27
Cunning Coyotes8
Parkie’s Babies Swim Lessons
18
Lunchbox Club27
Insect Safari7
Parkie’s Paddlers Swim Lessons
18
Mighty Mathematicians
30
Next Gen Artists
28
Family Nature Night
8
Fireside Fun7
DANCE
Flying Kites7
Parent & Me Creative Dance
Frog Walk7
Pop Princess: I “Heart” Taylor
29
Frog Watchers8
GYMNASTICS
Science Made Fun
27
Magic in Science
7
Cheerleading Level One
22
Nature’s Gem of Blue
7
Parent Tiny Tots
20
Engineering & Mathematics
30
Parkie’s Egg Hunt
6
Parent/Tot Gymnastics
20
Self Defense Seminar
30
Speaking Color8
Preschool Gymnastics
21
Smoothie Spa Retreat
30
Preschool Gymnastics Exhibition
20
Snacks, Treats & Fun Eats with Kathy
28
Successful Vegetable Gardening
8
Outdoor Safety30
19
Paintball31
Science, Technology,
Turtle Tales7
Preschool Tumbling22
Stage Stars29
8
Yoganastics22
Weather Wizards31
CAMPS
ATHLETICS
Water and Rainbow Wonders
PRESCHOOL INFORMATION9-11
Camp Alotta Fun Summer Day Camp
23
Kids X-Treme Sports Conditioning
33
EARLY CHILDHOOD - 3 mos. - 5 years
Camp Stepping Stones
24
Parent & Child / Adult Karate
34
GENERAL INTEREST
Eco-Explorers Camp
25
Soccer Fitness Training
33
Eco-Trekkers Camp25
Tae Kwon Do
33
Grow with Me
13
Hikin Tykes14
Eco-Voyagers Camp
25
Youth Karate34
Homeschool PE14
Little Sprouts Camp
25
Youth Modern Arnis Filipino Martial Arts33
Lunchbox Club14
Nature Spring Break Camp
24
Music Together14
Parkie’s Harbor Heroes Summer Camp 24
AQUATICS
Sunrise / Sunset Extended Camp
23
Competitive Stroke Clinic
Teen Time Fun Camp
23
Level Lessons35
Music Together Demonstration Class
14
Puddle Jumpers12
Sand So Soon?
13
35
Lifeguard Screening34
Science Time13
OPEN GYM
Springtime ABC’s13
Adult Volleyball26
DANCE
Tiny Tots13
Youth / Teen Volleyball
26
Danceforce Information
BRAC Open Gym
26
Just Stretching37
BRAC Day Off School Open Gym
26
Powerdance Project
38
ACC Open Gym
26
May Concert Information
37
ATHLETICS
Adult & Child Tennis & Golf
15
Adult & Tot Soccer
16
Adult & Tot Sports N’ Stories
16
YOUTH - Ages 6-17 years
Adult & Tot Sports Stop
16
GENERAL INTEREST
Adult & Tot T-Ball Training
17
ACT Practice Test
39
GYMNASTICS
Beginning Tumbling42
31
Bolingbrook Illusions Teams
44
Little Dribblers16
ACT Seminar31
Boys Gymnastics Program
42
Little Hoopsters Camp
17
Amigos Spanish Club
29
Cheer Demo Days
43
Mini Soccer16
Ceramic Fun Friday’s
28
Cheerleading Info / Evaluation Meeting 43
Pee Wee Soccer Skills Camp
15
Checkmate Chess29
Cheerleading Level Two
43
Pee Wee Sportsters
16
Group Guitar Lessons
29
Cheerleading Level Three
43
Pee Wee Tennis & Golf
17
Group Piano Lessons
29
Storm Competitive Cheerleading
43
Pee Wee Track, Field & Fitness
15
Hocus Pocus28
Developmental & Cheer Open Gym
44
Shotokan Pre-Karate
15
Homeschool PE30
Developmental Gymnastics
41
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Program
Pages
Program
Developmental Gymnastics Exhibition 40
AQUATICS
“More Bars” Class
41
Adult Swim Lessons
So You Want to Learn a Kip?
41
Team Open Gym
44
Pages
52
DANCE
Tumbling Class42
Adult Ballet Dance
53
Tumbling For Dancers & Cheerleaders 42
Adult Hip Hop
54
Advanced Ballroom Dance
54
CLIMBING WALL
Ballroom Dance54
Little Geckos46
Bellydance53
Open Rock Climb
45
Chicago Style Stepping
Parent-Tot Monkey Climbers
46
Just Stretching54
53
Private Lessons45
R&B Soul Line Dancing - Level One 53
Rentals45
R&B Soul Line Dancing - Level Two
53
Strength on the Rocks
46
Teen Climbing 101
46
ADULTS - Ages 18 & Up
HEALTH & WELLNESS
Aqua Fitness Programs
56
Bodyfit Boot Camp
57
Core Stability & Strength
GENERAL INTEREST
30th Annual Road Rally
47
For Golf Performance
57
Adult Drawing Class
49
Family Flow Yoga
55
Bridal Beauty48
Group Exercise Information
56
Card Making Workshop
48
Ceramic Studio47
Chicago Cubs Game
49
Hatha Yoga55
Hatha Yoga I at Hidden Oaks
55
Kettlebell57
CPR Classes49
Lunch & Learn
55
Dazzling Daisies48
NRG Zone Small Group Training
57
Mother’s Day Spa Escape
48
Luncheon Trips49
FACILITIES
Paper Crafting Workshop
48
Ashbury’s at Boughton Ridge
62
Stained Glass Class
48
Boughton Ridge Golf Course
63
Sunflowers With a Twist
47
Hidden Oaks Nature Center
64-66
LCSRA71
ATHLETICS
LifeStyles Fitness Center
58-60
Adult Modern Arnis Filipino Martial Arts 51
Pelican Harbor Aquatic Park
67-69
Child Care Services
Ages 6 months - 11 years
Relax knowing your child is in a safe,
healthy environment! For children under
the care of adults who are participating in
activities at Annerino Community Center or
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex.
Membership is non-transferable.
Child Care Hours
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Monday - Friday 8:00 am-1:30 pm
Monday-Thursday 3:30-8:30 pm
Saturday
8:00-11:30 am
Annerino Community Center
9:00 am-1:00 pm
Monday-Friday Monday-Thursday 3:30-8:30 pm
Saturday
9:00-11:30 am
Drop-in registration is accepted at the customer
care desk.
• All children must be signed in when
entering the child care room. All necessary
information, including where the adult will
be in the facility must be completed.
• LifeStyles members must show
membership ID.
• Children who appear to be suffering from a
contagious illness will not be admitted.
• Staff is not responsible for changing
diapers. Parents will be contacted to
change their child’s diapers.
• Juice cups or bottles with child’s name
are the only snack allowed in the room.
$3.00/hour per child
$55 for 20 one-hour visits (A $5 savings!)
Adult Karate51
Adult Volleyball51
Co-Rec 12” Softball League
BOLINGBROOK ATHLETIC CLUB72-77
50
SERVICE & RENTALS
Co-Rec 12” Overnight
Softball Tournament
50
Facility Rental Information
Men’s 12” Softball Leagues
50
Parks Grid84
Men’s Overnight 12”
82
Parks & Information
83
Softball Tournament
50
Registration Form 79
Men’s Spring Flag Football
50
Registration Information
78
“Over 40” - Men’s 12” Softball League 50
Resident ID Program
81
Racquetball Court Rentals
Resident ID Registration
80
Financial Aid Program
The Bolingbrook Park District’s mission is
to help residents achieve quality of life through
parks and recreational services. With this
mission in mind, the Bolingbrook Park District
has established a fund to allow individuals in
need of financial assistance to participate in
Park District programs.
Summer Softball50
Those in need of financial aid may apply
by completing a financial assistance form
available at the Bolingbrook Recreation &
Aquatic Complex, Annerino Community
Center or online at bolingbrookparks.org.
Applications are confidential.
Sunday Morning Mens’ Soccer League 51
For more information, call 630.739.0272.
52
Senior Volleyball51
Table Tennis51
Youth / Teen Volleyball
index
51
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Birthday Parties
Parkie the Pelican Poolside
Ages 3 years & up
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex, 200 S. Lindsey Ln
Swim, splash and slide at Pelican Harbor Aquatic Park. Include
invitations, all day admission during public swim hours, one hour and
15 minutes in the indoor party area with your own ice cream cake,
pizza, pop, and a souvenir back pack for the birthday child.
Lego
Ages 3-15 years
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex, 200 S. Lindsey Ln
Available on weekends.
Let your child’s creativity and imagination be their own guide. They
will have full access to all Lego sets, blocks and kits and participate
in Lego themed games and group activities. Includes 15 children
with one hour of Lego instruction and one hour of celebration with
refreshments and gifts.
Spa
Ages 8 years & up
Annerino Community Center, 201 Recreation Dr
Available on weekends.
Enjoy mini-facials, foot treatments and hand and lip facials. All
participants will receive a special spa gift. Wear something
comfortable and bring a towel and washcloth.
Includes one hour of relaxing spa services and one hour of
celebration with refreshments and gifts.
Ceramics
Ages 7 years & up
Annerino Community Center, 201 Recreation Dr
Available on weekends.
We provide the ceramic piece and materials and your group supplies
the imagination, creativity, and designs. Decorate a one-of-a-kind
keepsake to take home. Includes two hours in the ceramics room
with instruction. Ceramic piece must be chosen at least two weeks
prior to the party date.
Climbing Wall
Ages 6 years & up
Annerino Community Center, 201 Recreation Dr
Celebrate your way to the top of our 23-foot rock climbing wall.
Your group will test the limits while creating a truly unique memory.
Includes two hours of private use of the climbing wall with instruction
and demonstration of climbing techniques, safety climbing
equipment, certified instructors to secure all belays and tie
knots, and one hour use of the observation deck
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Gymnastics
Ages 4-9 years
Annerino Community Center, 201 Recreation Dr
Available on Saturday from 4:30-6:30 pm.
Tumble into excitement with a gymnastics birthday party at the
Bolingbrook Park District! Staff will guide your child and their friends
through our exciting obstacle course on our spring floor, play age
appropriate games and bounce to their delight on our inflatable
Air Trak. Includes one hour of gymnastics instruction in our state-ofthe art gymnastics facility, one hour in a private party area, two-16”
pizzas, two-2 liter sodas, plates, napkins, cups and stamps for
all participants.
DANCE
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex, 200 S. Lindsey Ln
Parties are available on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Includes
one hour of dance instruction, one hour of private party area, two-16”
pizzas, two-2 liters of pop, cups, napkins, plates, and small dance
related favor for each guest. Please bring your own birthday cake!
Ages 3-4 years
Twirl and dance into excitement with a Hip Hop Tots or Prima
Ballerina Birthday Party. Instructors will coordinate an hour of
age-appropriate ballet technique and activity in a playful and
non-competitive environment.
Ages 5-10 years
Dance, skip and boogie into excitement and celebration.
Instructors will coordinate an hour of age-appropriate dance
technique and activity. Pick your favorite area of dance to focus
your party around (ballet, jazz, hip hop, or combination). Instruction
will include warm up/stretch, floor or bar work, across the floor fun,
and choreography!
Nature & fishing
Hidden Oaks Nature Center, 419 Trout Farm Rd.
Includes one hour of staff led activities and exploration based on the
party theme, one hour of indoor space, two 16” pizzas, two 2-liters
of pop, cups, napkins and plates. Campfire and room rental options
available for add-on price.
Party Themes:
Enchanted Forrest, Bug Bash, Dinosaur Trackers, Reptile
Safari, Fishing. (Bug Bash and Fishing parties are only offered
April through October.)
Birthday Party Rental Kit:
Want to do your own nature party, but need activities, games and
crafts? Rent the Nature Party Kit or Bug Party Kit!
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All parties must be booked at least 2 weeks in advance.
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free family fun series
P resent ed in Par t nersh i p w ith
Week of Free Children’s Events
Sunday, April 24 - Friday, A pril 29
Tons of Trucks and Family Fun Fair
Sunday, April 24 . 11:00 am-2:00 pm
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Dave’s Traveling World of Reptiles
Wednesday, April 27 . 4:00-5:00 pm
Annerino Community Center
Open House Family Bingo Night
Monday, April 25 . Anytime between 4:00-6:00 pm
Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Nature Craft & S’mores by the Campfire
(Rain or Shine)
Thursday, April 28 . 4:00-6:00 pm
Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Pajama Party Sing-Along with Miss Carole
*Children are invited to wear their PJ’s and bring blankets
or stuffed animals
Tuesday, April 26 . 6:30-7:30 pm
Annerino Community Center
Rubber ducky swim
*Parent/Tot Swim with rubber duckies. Each child can take
one home.
Wednesday, April 27 . 10:30 am-3:00 pm.
Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
Ice Cream Social & activity night
Friday, April 29 . 6:00-8:00 pm
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Free Vision Screenings
by Bolingbrook Lions Club throughout the week
Plan Your Summer Fun Now….Take A Peek at our
Preschool Summer Camp Offerings!!
S u n day, M ay 1 . 11: 0 0 a m - 3: 0 0 pm
H i d d e n oa k s co n s e r vat i o n a r e a
Join us for our annual celebration of the earth,
sustainable practices and how to better connect
with the world around you.
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events for all ages
Chicago Cubs Game
All ages welcome
Take me out to the ball game... Join Bolingbrook Park District
and LCSRA to cheer on the Cubs as they take on the Washington
Nationals at the friendly confines of Wrigley Field. Program fee
includes ticket and transportation. Please bring money for lunch
or snacks and souvenirs. We will stay until the game is over.
Day: Friday
Time: 10:30 am-6:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Date: May 6
Fee: $69
w/Resident ID: $49
22641A
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 2
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Parkie’s Egg Hunt
Hunt for toy-filled eggs like never before - in the water! Some
eggs will contain special tickets for a bonus prize. Parents please
plan on getting in the pool with your child. Bags and baskets may
be brought to the pool, but will not be allowed in the water during
the hunt. Everyone registered for the hunt is invited to stay and
swim during public swim after the hunt is over.
Ages 2-5
Day
Time
Sa
11:30-11:45 am
Ages 6-8
Day
Time
Sa
11:45 am-Noon
Fee
$10
Fee
$10
w/Res ID
$7
w/Res ID
$7
Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
Key Contact: Beth Brown
Date
Mar 26
Date
Mar 26
Code
26441A
Code
26441B
N at ur e E v en t s Nature’s Gem of Blue
All ages welcome
Spring is here and our forests are filled with the bustling sounds
of life again. Join us on a nature hike to welcome back some of
our critters with an extra special welcome to the majestic blue of
the prairie, the Eastern bluebird. We’ll journey through time and
discover the bluebirds’ story, construct nests, play games, and
become scientists as we work to protect this precious gem.
Day: Saturday
Time: 1:00-2:30 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $10
w/Resident ID: $6
Date: April 9 23407A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Frog Walk
All ages welcome
Take an evening hike along the DuPage River Greenway to
experience a spring chorus of frogs! Identify common frog
species by sight and sound, discover the wetland world they
call home, and be amazed by their incredible adaptations.
Day: Friday
Time: 6:00-7:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $7
Resident ID: $4
Date: April 29
23483A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Insect Safari
All ages welcome
Meet insects, spiders and bugs during this field extravaganza!
Find insects that are camouflaged, brightly colored beetles
and maybe a few early-season butterflies. A Naturalist will be
equipped with nets, bug jars, and field guides.
Day: Sunday
Time: 1:00-2:30 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $10
Resident ID: $6
Date: May 22
23470A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Fireside Fun
All ages welcome
Learn how to prepare and cook simple food over a campfire
and taste the final product. A fire craft will be included for
the children.
Day: Saturday
Time: 2:00-3:30 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $11
Resident ID: $7
23416A
Date: April 23
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
April Showers
All ages welcome
Drip into Hidden Oaks Nature Center and immerse yourself in
water experiments, the water cycle, play watershed roulette and
make a water craft.
Day: Saturday
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $7
Resident ID: $4
Date: April 16
23414A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Turtle Tales
All ages welcome
Journey into the world of turtles with information about the types
of turtles of Illinois and their natural history. Program includes an
opportunity to meet our resident turtles, play turtle games, and
make a turtle craft.
Day: Sunday
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $7
Resident ID: $4
Date: April 24
23415A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Flying Kites
All ages welcome
With experiments and games participants will understand why
wind is important in nature, some ways in which people use wind
for work and play. Make your own kite and see how high it can
soar.
Day: Sunday
Time: 2:30-4:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $10
Resident ID: $6
23404A
Date: April 24
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Magic in Science
All ages welcome
Be prepared to experience the strange tricks your mind and eyes
can play on you. Conduct experiments involving atmospheric
pressure, air pressure, inertia, water, fog, optical illusions and
much more.
Day: Saturday
Time: 1:00-2:30 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $10
Resident ID: $6
23405A
Date: May 21
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Note: Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by paying adult.
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Cunning Coyotes
All ages welcome
Join us to learn about the mysterious coyote. Find out why
coyotes howl, get to touch a real coyote pelt, and make a coyote
mask to take home.
Day: Saturday
Time: 3:00-4:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $7
Resident ID: $4
Date: May 14
23406A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Speaking Color
All ages welcome
Open your eyes to a new way to ‘see’ color! We’ll discover what
color means to humans and animals and explore how color is
a powerful language in the wild. Be prepared to experience
science, art, and nature for this program!
Day: Saturday
Time: 2:30-4:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $10
w/Resident ID: $6
Date: April 16
23408A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Bait, Hook and Reel in
All ages welcome
Cast a line dedicated to fish. Learn about fish adaptations,
compete in live minnow races, fish identification games and enjoy
fishing at Hidden Lakes.
Day: Saturday
Time: 3:30-5:00 pm
Location: Hidden Lakes Trout Farm
Fee: $11
w/Resident ID: $7
23413A
Date: May 21
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Frog Watchers
All ages welcome
Come, hop in! If you love listening to nature’s calls, adore frogs,
and want to become involved in a unique conservation program,
come join us for this introduction to FrogWatch USA’s volunteer
program. We welcome anyone who wants to get know a bit more
about their local frogs. All you need is yourself and your desire to
help frogs!
Day: Saturday
Time: 1:00-2:30 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks
Fee: $10
w/Resident ID: $6
Date: May 7
23424A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Family Nature Night!
All ages welcome
Join us for a fun filled evening at the Center. We will have games,
crafts, activities, experiments, and more to enjoy as a family. A
great time to get the whole family together and have some nature
fun! Free event, but registration is required.
Day: Tuesday
Time: 6:00-8:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $10 family donation suggested
Date: May 24
23425A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Successful Vegetable Gardening
All ages welcome
Gardening, if done correctly, can give one great pleasure and
your efforts can yield healthy food to eat.
Day: Saturday
Time: 9:30-10:30 am.
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: Free
23428A
Date: April 9 Water and Rainbow Wonders
All ages welcome
Conduct water experiments, become a raindrop as you journey in
the water cycle, make a water bottle rocket and a rainbow craft,
taste a rainbow, and enjoy a colorful hike.
Day: Sunday
Time: 1:00- 2:30 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $10
Resident ID: $6
23418A
Date: April 17
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Note: Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by paying adult.
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bolingbrook park district Preschool Programs
T h r ee U niq ue Si t es . One C o mm on G o al . Cr eat e a L ear n er fo r L if e.
The Bolingbrook Park District preschool programs, offered for children ages 2 ½ to 5 years of age, focus on educating
children in a way that makes learning fun. Experienced teachers create a warm, positive educational environment that
fosters a child’s natural creativity and curiosity. Children are engaged in a variety of developmentally appropriate
activities that are aligned with state preschool learning standards. We communicate with kindergarten program
administrators in the area to ensure that our curriculum prepares our students for success in elementary school.
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Pr e school Progr a ms
Soon 2B3 Program
Children 2 ½ - 3 years old have their first positive experiences in a preschool
classroom and become comfortable separating from parents for a regular
period of time. Development of social skills, large and small motor skills, and
basic curriculum concepts are a part of your child’s day. Diapers and pullups are acceptable to begin with, but children should be on his or her way
to taking care of their own toileting needs. This class runs 2 days per week.
Looking for a 3 day per week program? You can also register for Add-a-Day.
Bolingbrook Park District
Preschool Information Night
Tuesday, June 14
6:00-7:00 pm
Annerino Community Center
It’s hard to believe the time has come to
enroll your little one in preschool already.
Here at the Bolingbrook Park District, we
want you to feel comfortable with this very
important decision. Take a tour of one of our
preschool classrooms and meet teachers
and supervisory staff of the program you’re
sure to love. This informational meeting is
intended for parents only. We do offer child
care in our child care room for a minimal fee.
3 Year Old Program
This program nurtures a 3 year old’s social and emotional growth, and
provides a curriculum focusing on the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors,
and the beginning stages of writing. This class runs 2 days per week. Looking
for a 3 day per week program? You can also register for Add-a-Day.
4 Year Old Program
In this program, 4 year olds strengthen relationships with friends and
teachers and begin to understand responsibility as they become more
self-sufficient. The curriculum focuses on emerging literacy, math, science,
creative art and fine motor skills to prepare children for Kindergarten.
Pre-K Program
The Pre-K program is designed for children 4 ½ -5 years old who are ready
for additional time in the classroom. This program takes our 4 year old
curriculum to the next level with in-depth exposure to pre-literacy, math, selfexpression skills and class projects. Bi-monthly field trips, science lab time
and cooking classes are built into the cost of the class.
English/Spanish Preschool Program
Children from Spanish or English speaking homes are welcome to register
for the 3 year old or 4 year old class. The teachers, fluent in both languages,
will focus on our regular preschool curriculum while teaching the children
in Spanish and in English. This preschool class is a great option for those
children wishing to develop skills with a new language.
R egis t r at i on proce ss
February 29: Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis
for any open spots. This registration period will be open all patrons for a
$50 non-refundable registration deposit. After May 15, the first preschool
payment is due upon registration.
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Pr e school cl a sse s
Pr e school Plus
Progr a ms for t h e
2015 -2016 school y e a r
Stepping Stones at Annerino Community Center
Day
Time
Payment (1of4)
(Fee/w Res ID)
3 Year Old Program
TU/TH
9:10-11:40 am
$339/$226
4 Year Old Program
M/W/F
9:10-11:40 am
$508/$339
M/W/F
12:20-2:50 pm
$508/$339
3 and 4 Year Old English/Spanish Program
3 Year Olds: TU/TH
12:20-2:50 pm
$339/$226
4 Year Olds: M/W/F
12:20-2:50 pm
$508/$339
Pre-K Program
Payment (1 of 6)
Day
Time
(Fee/w Res ID)
Total for Year
(Fee/w Res ID)
Code
$1356/$904
58000A
$2032/$1356
$2032/$1356
58000B
58000C
$1356/$904
$2032/$1356
58000D
58000E
Total for Year
(Fee/w Res ID)
Code
TU/W/TH/F
9:10-11:40 am
$537/$358
$3222/$2148
Stepping Stones at Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
58000F
Day
Total for Year
(Fee/w Res ID)
Code
$1144/$764
58002A
$1356/$904
$1356/$904
$1356/$904
58002B
58002C
58002D
$2032/$1356
$2032/$1356
$2032/$1356
$1356/$904
$1144/$764
58002E
58002F
58002G
58002H
58002J
Total for Year
(Fee/w Res ID)
Code
$1144/$764
58004A
Time
Payment (1 of 4)
(Fee/w Res ID)
Soon 2B3 Program
TU/TH
9:40-11:40 am
$286/$191
3 Year Old Program
TU/TH
9:10-11:40 am
$339/$226
M/W
9:10-11:40 am
$339/$226
TU/TH
12:20-2:50 pm
$339/$226
4 Year Old Program
M/W/F
9:10-11:40 am
$508/$339
M/W/F
12:20-2:50 pm
$508/$339
M/W/F
12:20-2:50 pm
$508/$339
TU/TH
12:20-2:50 pm
$339/$226
M/W
6:00-8:00 pm
$286/$191
Seedlings Classes at Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Payment (1 of 4)
Day
Time
(Fee/w Res ID)
Soon 2B3 Program
TU/TH
3 Year Old Program
TU/TH
4 Year Old Program
M/W/F
M/W/F
M/W/F
Pre-K Program
9:40-11:40 am
$286/$191
9:10-11:40 am
$339/$226
$1356/$904
58004B
9:10-11:40 am
9:10-11:40 am
12:20-2:50 pm
$508/$339
$508/$339
$508/$339
$2032/$1356
$2032/$1356
$2032/$1356
58004C
58004D
58004E
Day
Time
12:20-2:50 pm
Total for Year
(Fee/w Res ID)
Code
TU/W/TH/F
Payment (1 of 6)
(Fee/w Res ID)
preschool
$537/$358
$3222/$2148
Preschool Add-A-Day Program
Ages 2 ½-4 years
This program is for children already enrolled
in the Bolingbrook Park District Soon 2B3 or
3 year old program. Children are not required
to attend the Add-A-Day class at the same
location in which they attend preschool. By
adding this extra day you can make your
child’s program 3 days per week, giving
them more time with curriculum concepts
and everything they about his or her regular
preschool days.
Location
Code
BRAC
ACC
22128A
22128B
Day: Friday
Time: 9:45-11:45 am
Fee: $123
w/Resident ID: $82
Date: April 15-May 13
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Preschool Enrichment
Program
Ages 3-5 years
This special afternoon is designed for
children already enrolled in Bolingbrook Park
District Preschool. Children are not required
to attend the Enrichment class at the same
location in which they attend preschool.
Your child will enjoy extra socialization with
peers during lunch, more student-teacher
interaction while working on basic prekindergarten skills, and the opportunity to
learn about exciting new themes. Children
must bring a lunch.
Day
TU
W
Location
ACC
BRAC
Date
Apr 12-May 10
Apr 13-May 11
Time: 11:45 am-1:45 pm
Fee: $123
w/Resident ID: $82
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Code
22130A
22130B
58004F
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EARLY CHILDHOOD
gen er a l i n t er e s t
Puddle Jumpers - A preschool preparation program
Ages 2-3 years
All classes include free play, art, sensory exploration These classes include free play, art, and sensory exploration. Classes involve
active and at times “messy” activities so, children should be dressed appropriately. Children do not have to be toilet trained for this
class. Parents are requested to remain in the building during this class.
• Puddle Jumpers 1 is an adult/child class in which parents are encouraged to participate. Siblings younger than 2 years old in a
stroller are permitted.
• Puddle Jumpers 2, 3 and 4 are child-only classes that increase in time with each level. Children in Puddle Jumpers 3 and 4 also
participate in story time and music/movement. Puddle Jumpers 4 includes a group snack provided by the park district.
Day
Class
M
M
TU
TU
TH
TH
F
F
Puddle Jumpers 1
Puddle Jumpers 2
Puddle Jumpers 1
Puddle Jumpers 2
Puddle Jumpers 3
Puddle Jumpers 4
Puddle Jumpers 3
Puddle Jumpers 4
Time
9:30-10:00 am
10:15-10:45 am
9:00-9:30 am
9:45-10:15 am
9:00-10:00 am
10:15-11:30 am
9:30-10:30 am
10:45 am-12:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
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Date
Apr 11-May 16
Apr 11-May 16
Apr 12-May 17
Apr 12-May 17
Apr 13-May 19
Apr 13-May 19
Apr 14-May 20
Apr 14-May 20
Fee w/Res ID
$54/$36
$58/$39
$54/$36
$58/$39
$117/$78
$139/$93
$117/$78
$139/$93
Code
22111A
22111B
22114A
22114B
22114C
22114D
22115A
22115B
Springtime ABC’s
Ages 3-4 years
Let’s discover the alphabet around us. In this class, children will
enjoy spring fun with art, story time, and play that emphasizes
letter recognition. This class is for children who are comfortable
without parent.
Day: Monday
Time: 11:15 am-12:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $87
w/Resident ID:$58
Date: April 11-May 16 22100A
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Sand So Soon?
Ages 4-6 years
Love the sand but, not the mess? Let your preschooler explore
with sand as they read a story, create an art project, and enjoy
activities all related to sand. Why wait until summer?
Day: Tuesday
Time: 10:45-11:30 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Center
Fee: $87
w/Resident ID: $58
Date: April 12-May 17
22108A
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Grow with Me
Ages 18-24 months with parent
Connect with other parents and caregivers while spending quality
time with your toddler in this play-based class. Toddlers will learn
and grow while they have fun with messy art, story-snack time,
creative movement, and free play. Our art experience will feature
a different color each week. Please bring a nut-free snack for you
and your toddler to enjoy during story-snack time. Siblings under
the age of 18 months are allowed in strollers.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 9:30-10:15 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $82
w/Resident ID: $55
22104A
Date: April 13-May 18
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Early childhood
Ages 3 months-5 years
Tiny Tots
Ages 6 months-3 years
Come and enjoy this parent-child class to enhance your child’s
development. This group is for all children, typically developing
and children with special needs. The children will participate in
both structured and unstructured play times. Activities that will be
included this session are story time, songs, games, snack, gross
and fine motor activities and much more. This class will also allow
parents to network with other parents and share thoughts, ideas,
challenges that they face day to day. This class is designed to
meet the needs of the parents and children in the group. During
each session, a speaker will be selected depending on the topic
that the group would like more information about.
Age
6-18 months
18-36 months
Time
9:00-10:00 am
10:15-11:15 am
Code
25110A
25110B
Day: Wednesday
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $62
w/Resident ID: $49
Date: March 23-April 27
Deadline: March 9
No class: April 6
Key Contacts: Gina Petkus and Kathy Hassert
Science Time
Ages 3 ½ - 5 years
What makes the flowers start to grow? How does a ramp work?
What makes the wind blow? Is your child curious about the
world and how it works? This class will help children discover
the what, where, and whys through age-appropriate experiments
and sensory exploration. This class is for children who are
comfortable without a parent.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 10:45-11:30 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $87
w/Resident ID: $58
Date: April 13-May 18
22105A
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
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Music Together
Ages Infant-5 years with parent
Did you know all children are musical? Nurture your child’s
natural enthusiasm for music and movement with Music
Together’s fun, engaging and musically diverse experience.
The informal instructional style will soon have your entire family
singing, dancing and laughing together. Siblings under 9 months
old are free. Siblings 9 months and older receive a discount. No
refunds issued after the first class.
Time
9:30-10:15 am
10:30-11:15 am
11:30 am-12:15 pm
Code
22112A
22112B
22112C
Day: Monday
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Date: April 4-June 6
Fee: $241 for first child/$185 for second child
w/Resident ID: $161 for first child/$105 for second child
Instructor: Music Together
No class: May 30
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Music Together
Spring Demonstration Class
Monday, March 21 from 10:30-11:00 am
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Community Room
Come join us to sing and dance with your little musician. Here
is your opportunity to try the internationally acclaimed Music
Together program and get hooked on all they have to offer.
Afterwards, you can sign up for the spring class to sing and
dance your way to fun. Only one free session for each family
please. Must register to attend.
Code: 12112E
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Lunchbox Club
Ages 5-7 years
This class allows children to grow in the areas of math, science,
reading, and writing through cooking, science experiments, and
art creations. Each session includes going on field trips in which
the parents are responsible for providing transportation. Each
day ends with children eating lunch with their friends. Each child
should bring their lunch labeled with
their name.
Dates
June 14 - 23
July 11-21
July 26-Aug 4
Code
32105A
32105B
32105C
Days: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Time: 9:30 am-12:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $157
w/Resident ID: $105
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Hikin Tykes
Ages 2-5 years with adult
Come explore Spring at Hidden Oaks. Little nature explorers will
learn about different habitats and look for signs of spring and
animal life. Each session will feature a nature walk and craft.
Dress for indoor and outdoor activities. Child must be 2 years of
age by start of class. Fee includes child and parent pair.
Date
April 6-27
May 4-25
Code
23412A
23412B
Day: Wednesday
Time: 10:00-11:00 am
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $45 per pair
Resident ID: $35 per pair
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Homeschool PE
Ages 4-17 years
Homeschool PE will focus on the importance of creating lifelong
fitness habits and good sportsmanship. This class focuses
on fitness, active games, and sports. This is a great way for
Homeschool students to meet other students from surrounding
areas. We always accept new students each session, but for
the benefit of the child, we ask that you continue the program
throughout the school year. Students receive a $10 discount for
every child after the first.
Day: Thursday
Time: 1:30-2:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $55 for 1st child/$45 for each additional child
w/Resident ID: $37 for 1st child/ $27 for each additional child.
Date: March 31-May 26
22125A
Instructor: Marilyn Bartels
No class: April 7, May 19
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
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At hl e t i c s
Adult & Child Tennis & Golf
Ages 3-4 years with Adult
This class will teach you how to interact with your child on the
court and how to keep things fun while your child learns the
basics of tennis. Children will also use adapted equipment to
learn golf fundamentals such as putting, chipping, pitching and
full shots. Hand-eye coordination and proper form will be taught
through challenging and exciting drills and practice games in a
safe environment. Equipment will be provided and age appropriate.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 5:30-6:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Date: April 13-May 18 22127A
Instructor: SportsKids, In.
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
T-Ball Training
Ages 4-6 years
Learn the basics of batting, base running, catching, and throwing.
We will concentrate on the very fundamentals of game play and
have a good time while at it, too. Remember to bring a glove to
each class.
Day: Saturday
Time: 9:15-10:00 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Date: April 16-May 28 22118A
Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
No Class: May 7
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
Youth Lacrosse
Ages 5-8 years
Join us in playing the oldest and fastest growing team sport in
North America. Lacrosse is sweeping the nation and the northern suburbs. Get in on this game that will continue to grow in
schools. The class will cover various lacrosse techniques, including cradling, scooping, passing, catching, shooting, and goalie
skills. Each child should bring a mouth guard to class. Lacrosse
sticks will be provided.
Day: Monday
Time: 6:30-7:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Date: April 11-May 16
22113A
Instructor: SportsKids, Inc.
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
Early childhood
Ages 3 months-5 years
Pee Wee Soccer Skills Camp
Age 3-5 years
Learn the basics of passing, dribbling, shooting and defense
in this soccer camp. Teamwork and sportsmanship will be
emphasized through fun games, competitions and challenging
skill-building activities that accelerate motor skills and build selfconfidence.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 11:15 am-12:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $60
w/Resident ID: $40
Date: April 4-8 22137C
Instructor: SportsKids, Inc.
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Shotokan Pre-Karate Ages 4-7 years
Children develop flexibility, strength, and coordination in fun,
yet disciplined activities. This program is specifically designed
for growing minds and bodies to enhance memory and agility.
Watch your child’s confidence blossom and their skills improve.
Uniforms and belt testing are options available through the
instructor. Please note that youth, parent/child and adult classes
may train together. Please visit www.iskc.com for more information.
Level
Beg/Cont
Int/Adv
Beg
Cont/Adv
Day
TU
TU
SA
SA
Time
4:00-4:45 pm
4:50-5:35 pm
9:30-10:15 am
10:15-11:00 am
Date
Apr 12-June 7
Apr 12-June 7
Apr 9-June 4
Apr 9-June 4
Code
22440A
22440B
22440C
22440D
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $134
w/Resident ID: $89
Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the
direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Pee Wee Track, Field & Fitness
Ages 4-6 years
This unique class will combine stretching, movement, and other
fitness concepts with running, jumping, throwing and other skills
used in track and field. Hula hoops, jump ropes, parachutes, softballs and frisbees, hurdles and other equipment will help us guide
through fitness activities and track and field events in a safe
environment. The session will conclude with a fun-filled SportKids
track and field meet on the last day of class.
Day: Monday
Time: 4:30-5:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Date: April 11-May 16 22124A
Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
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Adult & Tot Sports Stop
Ages 2-3 years with Adult
Moms, Dads or any significant adult can play an integral part
in helping their tots experience basic sports movement. We will
provide the fun, nurturing environment and sports equipment
needed to guide your tot through an introduction to organized
sports movement.
Day: Monday
Time: 5:30-6:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Date: April 11-May 16 22116A
Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
Mini Soccer
Ages 3-5 years
Basic soccer skills such as running, kicking, passing, and will
be covered. Games will be used to incorporate the skills taught
during class in a fun and safe environment.
Little Dribblers
Ages 4-6 years
Even future stars have to learn the basics of dribbling, passing, shooting, and defense positioning. Boys and girls will learn
teamwork and sportsmanship as they learn the game of basketball. Equipment will be tailor made to ensure success with every
participant.
Adult & Tot Soccer
Ages 2-3 years with Adult
Parents or any significant adult will enjoy time with their children
learning the skills, moves, and joy of playing America’s most
popular youth sport. This class is the perfect introduction to
soccer for children. Emphasis will be on the basic skills of soccer
such as dribbling, passing, and shooting, all in a fun and relaxed
environment. Age appropriate drills, games, and equipment will
be used to help tots learn these skills as well as develop motor
skills, coordination, balance, and listening and social skills. Adults
will enjoy playing alongside and assisting their youngsters as they
get their first taste of soccer fun.
Day
M
SA
Time
5:30-6:15 pm
1:30-2:15 pm
Date
Apr 11-May 16
Apr 16-May 28
Code
22117A
22117B
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
No class: May 7
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
Adult & Tot Sports N’ Stories
Ages 2-3 years with Adult
Each week adults will assist their youngsters learning processes
as the children enjoy a mind-awakening story and play a bodychallenging sport including t-ball, floor hockey, soccer, basketball
and more. Children will enhance listening skills, the ability to
follow directions and overall physical development.
Day: Tuesday
Time: 9:30-10:15 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Date: April 12-May 17 22103A
Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
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Day
Time
TU
SA
10:30-11:15 am
12:30-1:15 pm
Date
Apr 12-May 17
Apr 16-May 28
Code
22122A
22122B
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
No class: May 7
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
Day
TU
SA
Time
11:30 am-12:15 pm
11:15 am-12:00 pm
Date
Apr 12-May 17
Apr 16-May 28
Code
22107A
22107B
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
No class: May 7
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
Pee Wee Sportsters
Ages 4-6 years
This class exposes children to a variety of sports, including
soccer, floor hockey, t-ball, basketball, and more. The emphasis
is on the development of teamwork, sportsmanship, and
movement. Our goal is to teach boys and girls the enjoyment
of playing for the sake of the sport itself. Group games and other
individual sports are also included.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 4:30-5:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Date: April 13-May 18
22131A
Instructor: SportsKids, Inc.
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
Pee Wee Tennis & Golf
Ages 5-8 years
Your child learn proper grip, basic strokes, and other beginning
tennis fundamentals through lots of fun drills and tennis-like
games. We’ll also work with your child to help him or her learn
the basics of golf using colorful equipment. Children will develop
hand-eye coordination and movement skills through fun and
challenging drills and games in a safe and structured environment. Equipment will be provided.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 5:30-6:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
Date: April 13-May 18 22127B
Instructor: SportsKids, Inc.
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Adult & Tot T-Ball Training
Ages 2-3 with parent
Young children will develop motor skills while having fun
throwing, catching, batting and base running like the big kids.
Parents and their little athletes will enjoy making new friends
and working together to learn the basics of game play in this
exciting class.
Day: Saturday
Time: 9:15-10:00 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
22120A
Date: April 16-May 28 Instructor: SportsKids, Inc.
No Class: May 7
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Sporting Encounters
Ages 4-6 years
Experience a variety of sports in a fun and safe environment. Girls
and boys will learn the basic skills of soccer, t-ball, basketball,
floor hockey, kickball and more. Classes are designed to improve
listening skills, the ability to follow directions, and enhance overall
physical development - all while having fun. All equipment used
during the class will be tailor made to ensure success with every
participant.
Day: Saturday
Time: 10:15-11:00 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $67
w/Resident ID: $45
22123A
Date: April 16-May 28 Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
No class: May 7
Key contact: Kathy Hassert
Early childhood
Ages 3 months-5 years
Tot Sportsters Camp
Age 3 years
Boys and girls will learn the basic skills of soccer, t-ball, basketball, kickball and other sports. Through fun games and drills,
children will develop body coordination and self-confidence as
well as learn about sharing and teamwork.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:00-9:45 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $45
w/Resident ID: $30
Date: April 4-8 22137A
Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
T-Ball Training Camp
Ages 4-6 years
Learn the basics of batting, base running, catching, and throwing
from SportsKids Inc., an experienced staff of sports lovers
and teachers. Using safe and developmentally appropriate
equipment, core components of T-Ball are learned through
a series of fun games and activities designed to reinforce
fundamental skills and incorporate game situations. So, come
join us in this camp to experience America’s favorite pastime.
Remember to bring your glove and a water bottle each day.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 10:00-11:00 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $60
w/Resident ID: $40
22137B
Date: April 4-8 Instructor: SportsKids Inc.
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Little Hoopsters Camp
Ages 4-6 years
An introduction to basketball, this camp offers simple drills to
teach players the rules of the game, ball handling, passing and
defense. Games will be played to help participants learn teamwork and sportsmanship. Each child should bring a water bottle.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 12:45-1:45 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $60
w/Resident ID: $40
22137D
Date: April 4-8 Instructor: SportsKids, Inc.
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
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aquat i c s
Parkie’s Babies swim lessons
Ages 3 months-36 months
Parkie’s Babies Infant/Parent class takes your child through five progressive levels of water adjustment. This class is a wonderful
opportunity to spend “aqua-lity” time with your child while introducing him/her to skills, such as: kicks, floating, bubble blowing,
jumps and so much more! Each baby needs to wear a swim diaper and a swim suit.
Day
Session One
Time
TU/TH
9:50-10:15 am
TU/TH
6:30-6:55 pm
SA
9:35-10:00 am
SA
10:35-11:00 am
Early bird fee deadline is February 16
No class: March 26, April 2 & 9
Session Two
TU/TH
9:50-10:15am
TU/TH
5:15-5:40pm
TU/TH
6:30-6:55pm
Early bird fee deadline is March 15
No class: April 5 & 7
Session Three
TU/TH
9:50-10:15 am
TU/TH
5:15-5:40pm
TU/TH
6:30-6:55pm
Early bird fee deadline is April 19
Early Bird Fee w/Res ID
Fee w/Res ID
Date
Code
$54/$44
$54/$44
$54/$44
$54/$44
$59/$49
$59/$49
$59/$49
$59/$49
Mar 1-Mar 24
Mar 1-Mar 24
Mar 5-May 14
Mar 5-May 14
16140B
16140C
16140 D
16140E
$54/$44
$54/$44
$54/$44
$59/$49
$59/$49
$59/$49
Mar 29-Apr 28
Mar 29-Apr 28
Mar 29-Apr 28
26140B
26140C
26140A
$45/$35
$45/$35
$45/$35
$47/$37
$47/$37
$47/$37
May 3-19
May 3-19
May 3-19
26141B
26141C
26141D
Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Key Contact: Beth Brown
Parkie’s Paddlers swim lessons
Ages 3-5 years
Developed for preschool through kindergarten age, your child will enjoy swimming using appropriate techniques and games geared
toward developing skills, while emphasizing water safety. We are now offering 5 progressive levels to meet your child’s needs, from
basic skills to advanced swimming techniques. All participants are required to wear a lined swimsuit.
Day
Session One
Time
TU/TH
9:45-10:20 am
TU/TH
4:45-5:20 pm
TU/TH
5:30-6:05 pm
SA
9:00-9:35 am
SA
10:00-10:35 am
SA
11:00-11:35 am
Early bird fee deadline is February 16
No class: March 26, April 2 & 9
Session Two
TU/TH
9:45-10:20 am
TU/TH
4:00-4:35 pm
TU/TH
4:45-5:20 pm
TU/TH
5:30-6:05 pm
TU/TH
6:20-6:55 pm
Early bird fee deadline is March 15
No class: April 5 & 7
Session Three
TU/TH
9:45-10:20 am
TU/TH
4:00-4:35 pm
TU/TH
4:45-5:20 pm
TU/TH
5:30-6:05 pm
TU/TH
6:20-6:55 pm
Early bird fee deadline is April 19
Early Bird Fee w/Res ID
Fee w/Res ID
Date
Code
$56/$46
$56/$46
$56/$46
$67/$57
$67/$57
$67/$57
$61/$51
$61/$51
$61/$51
$72/$62
$72/$62
$72/$62
Mar 1-Mar 24
Mar 1-Mar 24
Mar 1-Mar 24
Mar 5-May 14
Mar 5-May 14
Mar 5-May 14
16242B
16242F
16242H
16242L
16242M
16242N
$64/$54
$64/$54
$64/$54
$64/$54
$64/$54
$69/$59
$69/$59
$69/$59
$69/$59
$69/$59
Mar 29-Apr 28
Mar 29-Apr 28
Mar 29- Apr 28
Mar 29- Apr 28
Mar 29- Apr 28
26242B
26242F
26242G
26242H
26242I
$59/$49
$59/$49
$59/$49
$59/$49
$59/$49
$54/$44
$54/$44
$54/$44
$54/$44
$54/$44
May 3-19
May 3-19
May 3-19
May 3-19
May 3-19
26243B
26243F
26243G
26243H
26243I
Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
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Key Contact: Beth Brown
e a r ly chi l dhood da n ce (1- 6 y e a rs)
Parent & Me Creative Dance Ages 1-2 years & one parent
Come Dance with Mommy/Daddy! In this class, 1 and 2 year old children along with their parents are introduced to the world
of dance through activities that encourage expression, music appreciation, and creative fun. Our instructors will guide you step
by step through this process while you enjoy learning dance with your child and interacting together through this natural expression
of movement.
Session
II
II
Age
1
2
Day
TH
TH
No class: April 7
Key Contact: Megan Donick
Time
9:00-9:25 am
9:30-10:10 am
Location
BRAC
BRAC
Fee w/Res ID
$72/$48
$84/$56
Date
March 10-May 5
March 10-May 5
Instructor
Molly Ghahtani
Molly Ghahtani
Code
17229 A
17229 C
Come Check out our May Concert Series!
coa s t t o coa s t:
da n c i n g ac ross a m e r i c a
May 14 . Bolingbrook High School
Concert A: 12:00 pm
Concert B: 5:00 pm
Come see a great show and see what our dance department has to offer!
Early childhood
Ages 3 months-5 years
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Gy m n a s t i c s
Parent Tiny Tots
Ages 6-17 months
If your tiny toddler is sitting, crawling or walking then they
are ready for this class! Your tiny toddler will explore the
exciting world of gymnastics through the use of our baby bar,
mini alphabet beams, tiny octagons, small hanging rings, hills
and skill blocks. Parents will assist their toddlers through various
movements under the direction of our staff helping their child
to develop their motor skills, hand, foot and eye coordination,
beginning social skills and spend energy in a fun and safe
environment. We ask that there please be one parent per toddler
and that siblings remain by the side lines as this is an age
appropriate class.
Day: Friday
Time: 10:00-10:45 am
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $104
w/Resident ID: $69
22160F
Date: April 1-May 27
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: March 25 & April 8
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
This class does not participate in Preschool Exhibition.
Our classes will focus on your child’s coordination, flexibility,
strength and social skills. Children will also learn discipline and selfconfidence. Striving to reach goals and achieving them provides
young students with a feeling of accomplishment! The gymnastics
staff provides one on one instruction with positive reinforcement to
help students reach their full potential.
Gymnastics Preschool Exhibition
Saturday, May 28
The Bolingbrook Park District will host our annual
Gymnastics Exhibition for the preschool program on Saturday,
May 28, 2016. The exhibition is a high energy venue that gives
students a chance to showcase what they have learned in
their classes and parents to capture those moments with their
own still shots, videos or action shots captured by our hired
photographer are also available. It’s a show you won’t want to
miss! A $15 non-refundable exhibition fee has been added to
the class cost for the spring session to cover show expenses,
which includes a T-shirt for each gymnast. More details about
the show will be given to students as soon as all t-shirt size
request forms are returned from the parents. This allows us to
calculate how many gymnasts will be in each hour of the show.
If the gymnast is enrolling in two spring gymnastics classes
on the same registration form, they will only have to pay one
gymnastics exhibition fee and will receive one exhibition T-shirt.
Please inform your gymnastics coach if your child is enrolled
in more than one gymnastics class. We look forward to sharing
with you!
Parent/Tot Gymnastics
Ages 18-36 months
Is your toddler climbing on everything they can reach and never
seem to be out of energy? This is a parent participatory class
where our instructors will guide you and your child through
introductory gymnastics skills each week using small bars, floor
beams, tiny springboards, an array of skill blocks and octagons
as well as our inflatable Air Trak. They will develop their balance,
gross motor skills, hand, foot & eye coordination, as well as increase their strength, flexibility, social skills and confidence.
9 weeks (Fridays and Saturdays are 8 weeks due to Holidays and
Exhibition.)
Day
TU
W
TH
F
SA
Time
10:00-10:45 am
10:00-10:45 am
10:00-10:45 am
5:15-6:00 pm
9:00-9:45 am
Fee w/Res ID
$117/$78
$117/$78
$117/$78
$104/$69
$104/$69
Date
Mar 22-May 24
Mar 23-May 25
Mar 24-May 26
Apr 1-May 27
Mar 26-May 21
Code
22160D
22160A
22160B
22160G *
22160C
Location: Annerino Community Center *Friday’s class is in the Martial Arts Room
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: March 25 & April 4-9
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
This class does not participate in Preschool Exhibition.
Suggested Gymnastics Attire
Please wear a leotard, biketard or comfortable shorts and a tucked in t-shirt. Please no jeans, jean shorts, or any other type of
clothing with buttons or buckles which could be harmful to your child or the equipment. Hair should be tied back and out of face.
No shoes, earrings, bracelets or necklaces are allowed. Socks are optional.
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Where the fun is!
Preschool Gymnastics
Ages 3-6 years
Enroll your preschooler in the exciting world of gymnastics where their energy will be transformed into tons of fun learning the beginning skills on vault, bars, beam and floor. Confidence is a major focus in our classes as we guide each child to achieve their greatest
individual potential. Development of strength, balance, coordination and flexibility are built into every lesson. We offer a safe, fun,
clean atmosphere with complete viewing for our parents. Preschool One is for children who are new to gymnastics or have taken one
to two preschool gymnastics classes. Preschool Two classes are recommended by an instructor. Preschool Three is for our young,
extremely talented gymnasts. Gymnastics Supervisor consent required to register. Preschool Two is prerequisite to Preschool Three.
We also offer Boys only Preschool Gymnastics classes where they will master beginning skills on vault, bars, rings pommel and floor.
Please make sure that children are potty trained and out of diapers. Parents must stay during the entire class for emergency or
bathroom purposes.
9 weeks (Fridays & Saturdays are 8 weeks due to Holidays and Exhibition.)
Class
Preschool Two
Preschool One
Preschool Two
NEW! Preschool One
Preschool One
Preschool Two
Preschool Two
Preschool Two
NEW! Preschool One
NEW! Preschool Two
Preschool One
Preschool Two
Preschool One
Preschool Two
Preschool One
Preschool One
Preschool Two
Preschool One
Preschool Three
Preschool Two
Preschool One
Preschool Two
Preschool One
Preschool One
Preschool One
Preschool Two
Preschool Two
Boys Preschool
Day
M
M
M
M
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
W
W
W
W
TH
TH
TH
TH
TH
F
F
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
Time
Location: Annerino Community Center
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: March 25 & April 4-9
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
Early childhood
9:00-9:45 am
10:00-10:45 am
11:00-11:45 am
2:00-2:45 pm
9:00-9:45 am
10:00-10:45 am
11:00-11:45 am
4:15-5:00 pm
1:00-1:45 pm
2:00-2:45 pm
9:00-9:45 am
11:00-11:45 am
1:00-1:45 pm
2:00-2:45 pm
10:00-10:45 am
11:00-11:45 am
2:00-2:45 pm
4:15-5:00 pm
4:00-5:00 pm
9:00-9:45 am
10:00-10:45 am
9:00-9:45 am
9:55-10:40am
9:55-10:40 am
9:55-10:40 am
10:50-11:35am
10:50-11:35 am
10:50-11:35 am
Ages 3 months-5 years
Age
4-6 years
3-4 years
4-6 years
4-6 years
3-4 years
3-4 years
4-6 years
4-6 years
4-6 years
3-4 years
3-4 years
3-4 years
3-4 years
3-4 years
3-4 years
4-6 years
4-6 years
4-6 years
4-6 years
4-6 years
3-4 years
5-6 years
3-4 years
4-5 years
5-6 years
3-4 years
4-6 years
4-6 years
Date
Mar 21-May 23
Mar 21-May 23
Mar 21-May 23
Mar 21-May 23
Mar 22-May 24
Mar 22-May 24
Mar 22-May 24
Mar 22-May 24
Mar 22-May 24
Mar 22-May 24
Mar 23-May 25
Mar 23-May 25
Mar 23-May 25
Mar 23-May 25
Mar 24-May 26
Mar 24-May 26
Mar 24-May 26
Mar 24-May 26
Mar 24-May 26
Apr 1-May 27
Apr 1-May 27
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Fee w/Res ID Fee
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$132/$93
$168/$117
$119/$84
$119/$84
$119/$84
$119/$84
$119/$84
$119/$84
$119/$84
$119/$84
$119/$84
Code
22162A
22162B
22162C
22165D
22162D
22162E
22162G
22162F
22165E
22165F
22162H
22162J
22162K
22162L
22162M
22162P
22162Q
22163B
*Instuctor Approval
22162R
22162S
22162T
22162U
22162W
22162X
22162Y
22162Z
22163A
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Preschool Tumbling
Ages 4-6 years
Your child will develop coordination, strength, balance and
confidence. Beginning Tumbling is for children that are new to Tumbling. Beginning tumblers will learn the following skills: forward
and backward rolls, straddle roll, lunge to handstand, cartwheel, bridges, splits and various jumps using tumbling devices and our
Air Trak.
Day
NEW!
TH
F
M
Time
1:00-1:35 pm
1:00-1:35 pm
11:00-11:35 am
Age (Years)
4-6
3-4
4-6
Location: Annerino Community Center
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: March 25 & April 4, 7, 8
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
This class does not participate in Preschool Exhibition.
Fee w/Res ID
$93/$62
$93/$62
$83/$55
Date
Mar 21-May 23
Mar 24-May 26
Apr 1-May 27
Code
22165C
22165A
22165B
Cheerleading - Level One
Ages 4-6 years
This class will teach the basics of cheerleading and build confidence, strength, coordination and flexibility. Jumps, hand motions,
tumbling stunting and a cheer will be taught, as well as the importance of teamwork. We will use our spring floor and Air Trak to
move each child through the proper progressions. Clean, gym shoes or shoes used for indoors may only be worn and hair tied
back neatly out of face. No Jewelry allowed for safety reasons. Class uses both the gymnastics arena and gymnasium.
Day: Tuesday
Time: 4:15-5:15 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center- Rec Room
Fee: $132
w/Resident ID: $93
Date: March 22-May 24
22271A
Instructor: Cheer Staff
No Class: April 5
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
Yoganastics
Ages 4-6 years
Sign-up for this beautiful sport and allow your child to explore their creative side in this exciting class! Yoganastics eloquently
combines the beauty and grace of yoga with the agility and dexterity of gymnastics. It is designed to increase hand/eye and foot/eye
coordination, teach yoga poses, as well as increase flexibility and strength.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 3:00-3:45 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $117
w/Resident ID: $78
22167A
Date: March 23- May 25
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: April 6
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
This class does not participate in Preschool Exhibition.
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camps
Camp Alotta Fun-Summer Day Camp
Ages 6-11 years
Camp Alotta fun will provide camper with the opportunity to
participate in a wide variety of fun and exciting activities.
Campers will participate in arts and crafts, games, sports, music,
nature, swimming, archery and field trips. Campers will be placed
in groups by grade. Counselors are certified teachers or college
students working toward degrees in education or recreation.
Camp meets rain or shine. Campers should bring a sack lunch
with a drink each day. Child must be age specified to participate
in this program.
Teen Time Fun Camp “Where every day is a fun day!”
Ages 12-14 years
Why sit home this summer when you can experience all sorts of
summer fun! That’s what camp is all about. Along with special
theme days, we will swim, go on field trips, and get messy with
some great arts and crafts projects. Information packets and
camp calendars highlighting our fun days will be handed out after
receipt of registration. Child must be age specified to participate
in this program.
Camp Alotta Fun & Teen Time Camp
Sunrise/Sunset Extended Camp
Working or busy parents, this before and after camp has an
assortment of activities for your child. Different activities will
be structured depending on the number participants and their
energy level. Parents can register for Sunrise session (7:00-9:00
am) Sunset session (3:00-6:00 pm) or both. Participants must be
enrolled in the day camp program to participate in this extended
camp program.
Day Camp Forms
Upon registration you will receive a packet of forms, which will
include emergency and medical release forms. These forms must
be completed at the time of registration, prior to the first day of
camp or your child will be unable to participate in camp.
Day Camp Discipline
In order to provide a safe and effective day camp program for
your child certain rules have been established and MUST be
followed. Disciplinary action will be taken if informing parents
with phone calls and a letter of any infractions that may occur
ignore rules by their child. After two warnings, the camper will
have the choice of dismissal or abiding by the rules.
Calendars
At the beginning of each session, you will receive a Day Camp
calendar with an overview of the session’s activities. Please
take time to read the calendar so your child is prepared for the
day’s activities.
camps
Camp Alotta Fun Ages 6-11 years
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Camp
Day Camp
Sunrise
Sunset
Day Camp
Sunrise
Sunset
Day
M-F
M-F
M-F
M/W/F
M/W/F
M/W/F
Time
Fee w/Res ID
9:00 am-3:00 pm
7:00 am-9:00 am
3:00-6:00 pm
9:00 am-3:00 pm
7:00-9:00 am
3:00-6:00 pm
Code
$127/$85
$48/$32
$63/$42
$82/$55
$33/$22
$40/$27
32361
32362
32363
32364
32365
32366
$5 discount for each additional child in the same family.
Please register by the Early Bird Registration deadline date to
avoid being charged an additional $25.00.
Teen Time Fun Camp
Ages 12-14
Camp
Teen Time
Sunrise
Sunset
Teen Time
Sunrise
Sunset
Day
M-F
M-F
M-F
M/W/F
M/W/F
M/W/F
Time
9:00 am-3:00 pm
7:00 am-9:00 am
3:00-6:00 pm
9:00 am-3:00 pm
7:00-9:00 am
3:00-6:00 pm
Fee w/Res ID
$127/$85
$48/$32
$63/$42
$82/$55
$33/$22
$40/$27
Code
32352
32353
32354
32348
32349
32350
$5 discount for each additional child in the same family.
Please register by the Early Bird Registration deadline date to
avoid being charged an additional $25.00.
Week
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
Week 7
Week 8
Week 9
Week 10
Session
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
Dates
June 6-June 10
June 13-June 17
June 20-June 24
June 27-July 1
July 5-July 8
July 11-July 15
July 18-July 22
July 25-July 29
August 1-August 5
August 8-August 12
Early Bird Deadline
May 31
June 6
June 13
June 20
June 27*
July 5
July 11
July 18
July 25
August 1
*No camp July 4, the 5 day program will be discounted. 3-day
program can come Tuesday or Thursday
Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren
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Parkie’s Harbor Heroes Summer Camp
The summer will go down in history as the first summer that kids are allowed to run Pelican Harbor! Harbor Heroes Camp is going
to start this summer with a 9 week program. Kids ages 8-13 that have wondered what it’s like to work at Pelican Harbor will have
the time of their lives getting the behind the scenes training of a lifeguard, instruction on swimming and the fun of a summer camp.
Campers will go on new aquatic adventures every Friday. This camp is a safe option for kids to spend their days at the water park,
and learn valuable lifesaving skills. Lunch for each day of camp, and a refillable water bottle will need to be provided for campers.
Campers are also required to bring a backpack, containing a towel, appropriate swimwear, and sun screen.
Day
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
Time
9:00-3:00 pm
9:00-3:00 pm
9:00-3:00 pm
9:00-3:00 pm
9:00-3:00 pm
9:00-3:00 pm
9:00-3:00 pm
9:00-3:00 pm
9:00-3:00 pm
Key Contact: Beth Brown
Early Bird Fee w/Res ID
$175/150
$175/150
$175/150
$145/120
$175/150
$175/150
$175/150
$175/150
$175/150
Fee w/Res ID
$185/$160
$185/$160
$185/$160
$155/$130
$185/$160
$185/$160
$185/$160
$185/$160
$185/$160
Camp Stepping Stones
Ages 3-5 years
Camp Stepping Stones offers children opportunities for
exploration outdoors and is a great way to add structure to
the summer. Children will take a field trip to Pelican Harbor’s
Sprayville each week. Children must be toilet-trained by the first
day of class. All campers will receive a t-shirt for the summer.
Week
June 6-10
June 13-17
June 20-24
June 27-July 1
July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-July 29
Aug 1-5
Code
32101A
32101B
32101C
32101D
32101E
32101F
32101G
32101H
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Time: 9:15-11:45 am
Fee: $138
w/Resident ID: $92
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Date
Code
June 13-17
June 20-24
June 27-July 1
July 5-8
July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-29
Aug 1-5
Aug 8-12
36675 A
36675 B
36675 C
36675 D
36675 E
36675 F
36675 G
36675 H
36675 J
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Nature Spring Break Camp
Ages 6-13 years
Spend time at Hidden Oaks while spring approaches and the
days become a little warmer. Days will be spent exploring trails
looking for signs of animals. Campers will make crafts, play
games and learn about the animals and plants that can be found
at Hidden Oaks. Dress appropriately for the weather and bring a
sack lunch and refillable water bottle.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $30 per day
Date: April 4-8
Time
9:00 am-3:00 pm
9:00 am-3:00 pm
9:00 am-3:00 pm
9:00 am-3:00 pm
9:00 am-3:00 pm
Fee
$30
$30
$30
$30
$30
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
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Early Bird Date
May 28
June 6
June 13
June 20
June 27
July 4
July 11
July 18
July 25
Date
April 4
April 5
April 6
April 7
April 8
Code
23402F
23402G
23402H
23402J
23402K
Little Sprouts Camp
Ages 3-5 years
Dive into a summer of nature fun as we hike and play through the
woodland, wetland and grassland! Similar to Seedlings Preschool,
children will enjoy free exploration and discovery as we continue to
develop their social, emotional, physical and cognitive skills through
interactive, hands-on nature experiences. Camp Little Sprouts is
a great way to prepare for the school year to come! Campers are
required to bring a snack and water daily.
Week
Date
1
2
3
4
5*
6
7
8
June 6-10
June 13-17
June 20-24
June 27-July 1
July 5-8*
July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-29
Code
33419A
33419B
33419C
33419D
33419E*
33419F
33419G
33419H
*Fees will be prorated due to no camp July 4.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:30-11:30 am
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $105 (Week 5: $84)
w/Resident ID: $70 (Week 5: $56)
Early Bird Date
May 30
June 6
June 13
June 20
June 27
July 5
July 11
July 18
Eco-Voyagers Camp
Age 6-7 years
Get down and dirty investigating nature. Campers will have fun
participating in activities like hiking, fishing, biking, canoeing,
climbing and wilderness survival! Join us for one or ALL of Hidden
Oaks Nature Center’s Eco-Voyagers Camps fit to fill your summer
with nature FUN! Campers are required to bring a lunch, snack
and refillable water bottle daily and their own bike and helmet for
bike day.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:00-3:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $145 (Week 5: $116)
w/Resident ID: $99 (Week 5: $79)
Week
Date
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
June 6-10
June 13-17
June 20-24
June 27-July 1
July 5-8*
July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-29
Aug. 1-5
Aug. 8-12
Code
33415A
33415B
33415C
33415D
33415E*
33415F
33415G
33415H
33415J
33415K
*Fees will be prorated due to no camp July 4.
Early Bird Date
May 30
June 6
June 13
June 20
June 27
July 5
July 11
July 18
July 25
Aug. 1
$15 fee if registered after early bird date
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
camps
Eco-Trekkers Camp
Age 8-10 years
Trek through the great outdoors to discover Illinois’ amazing habitats
and the plants and animals that call them home. Investigate trees and
flowers, while searching for insects, animals and ecosystems! Get
your feet wet, while exploring wetland habitats and the creatures that
live there. Campers will have fun participating in activities like hiking,
fishing, biking, canoeing, climbing and wilderness survival! Join us
for one or ALL of Hidden Oaks Nature Center’s Eco-Trekkers Camps
fit to fill your summer with nature FUN! Campers are required to bring
a lunch, snack and refillable water bottle daily and their own bike and
helmet for bike day.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $145 (Week 5: $116)
w/Resident ID: $99 (Week 5: $79)
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Date
June 6-10
June 13-17
June 20-24
June 27-July 1
July 5-8*
July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-29
Aug. 1-5
Aug. 8-12
Code
33416A
33416B
33416C
33416D
33416E*
33416F
33416G
33416H
33416J
33416K
*Fees will be prorated due to no camp July 4.
Early Bird Date
May 30
June 6
June 13
June 20
June 27
July 5
July 11
July 18
July 25
Aug. 1
Eco-Explorers Camp
Age 11-14 years
Come explore Nature at Hidden Oaks. Campers will have fun participating in activities like hiking, fishing, biking, canoeing, climbing
and wilderness survival! Discover everything from the ground up
through hands-on science and interactive activities. Explore the wilds
of water as we use nets to search for critters in area lakes, rivers
and wetlands. Examine animal tracks & signs and uncover earth’s
processes and ecosystems while enjoying outdoor adventures! Join
us for one or ALL of Hidden Oaks Nature Center’s Eco-Explorers
Camps! Campers are required to bring a lunch, snack and refillable
water bottle daily and their own bike and helmet for bike day.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $145 (Week 5: $116)
w/Resident ID: $99 (Week 5: $79)
Week
1
2
3
4
5*
6
7
8
9
10
Date
June 6-10
June 13-17
June 20-24
June 27-July 1
July 5-8*
July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-29
Aug. 1-5
Aug. 8-12
Code
33417A
33417B
33417C
33417D
33417E*
33417F
33417G
33417H
33417J
33417K
*Fees will be prorated due to no camp July 4.
Early Bird Date
May 30
June 6
June 13
June 20
June 27
July 5
July 11
July 18
July 25
Aug. 1
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Open Gy m
Adult Volleyball - Open Play
Ages 18 years & up
Drop in for a game of volleyball. Two courts will be set up so bring along your friends for
a night of fun! Refunds will not be given due to lack of participation since this is a drop-in
nightly program. Feel free to call ahead for participation numbers.
Day: Friday
Time: 7:30-9:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $3 per player
Date: April 8-May 27
Youth/Teen Volleyball - Open Play
Ages 11-17 years
Drop in for a game of volleyball. Refunds will not be given due to lack of participation since
this is a drop-in nightly program. Feel free to call ahead for participation numbers.
Day: Saturday
Time: 5:45-7:45 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $3 per player
Date: April 2-May 28
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Open Gym
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex is available for supervised open gym during the
below scheduled hours. All participants will be required to pay daily admission fee, along
with providing a Student I.D. verification to enter. Please contact a member of the Customer
Care Team to verify court availability. Schedule is subject to change. There will be limited
number of participants allowed in gym so come early! School day off open gym times vary.
Please call ahead.
Age
Day
Grades 5-8
Adult
High School/Adult
Adult
High School/Adult
Monday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Friday
Fee: $3 per player
No Open Gym: April 29, May 30
Time
Dates
3:00-5:00 pm
8:00-11:00 am
3:00-5:00 pm
8:00-11:00 am
3:00-5:00 pm
Apr 11-May 23
Apr 6-May 25
Apr 7-May 26
Apr 1-May 27
Apr 1-May 27
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
School Day off Open Gym
Age
Date
Grades 5 & Up
Grades 5 & Up
Grades 5 & Up
Time
April 4
April 7
April 8
Fee: $3 per player
1:00-5:00 pm
1:00-5:00 pm
1:00-5:00 pm
Annerino Open Gym
The Annerino Community Center is available for supervised open gym during the below
scheduled hours. All participants will be required to pay daily admission fee, along with
providing a Student I.D. verification to enter. Please contact a member of the Customer
Care Team to verify court availability. Schedule is subject to change. There will be limited
number of participants allowed in gym so come early!
Day
Monday
Tuesday
Thursday
Age
High School/Adult
Grades 5-8
Grades 5-8
No Open Gym: May 30
Fee: $3 per player
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Time
3:00-5:00 pm
3:00-5:00 pm
3:00-5:00 pm
Date
Mar 28-May 23
Mar 29-May 24
Mar 31-May 26
youth
Gener a l I n t er e s t
Homeschool Science Made Fun
Ages 6-14 years
This Science adventure includes everything a kid wants to know
about Science. Each day is a different theme which includes:
Slippery Slime Day; Bugs, Bugs, Bugs Day; Cool Chemicals Day;
Wet & Wild Water Day; & Smarty Plants Day. Each day includes
hands-on activities and take home experiments! Workshop
activities align to NGSS & STEM
Day: Tuesday
Time: 4:00-5:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $128
w/Resident ID: $85
Date: April 5-May 10
22302A
Instructor: High Touch - High Tech Science Made Fun
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: March 30
Science Made Fun
Ages 6-12 years
This Science adventure includes everything a kid wants to know
about Science. Each day is a different theme which includes:
Slippery Slime Day; Bugs, Bugs, Bugs Day; Cool Chemicals Day;
Wet & Wild Water Day; & Smarty Plants Day. Each day includes
hands-on activities and take home experiments! Workshop
activities align to NGSS & STEM
Day: Tuesday
Time: 5:15-6:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $128
w/Resident ID: $85
22301A
Date: April 5-May 10
Instructor: High Touch - High Tech Science Made Fun
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: March 30
Lunchbox Club
Ages 5-7 years
This class that allows children to grow in the areas of math,
science, reading, and writing through cooking, science
experiments, and art creations. Each session includes going
on field trips in which the parents are responsible for providing
transportation. Each day ends with children eating lunch with
their friends. Each child should bring their lunch labeled with
their name.
Dates
June 14 - 23
July 11-21
July 26-Aug 4
Code
32105A
32105B
32105C
Days: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Time: 9:30 am-12:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $157
w/Resident ID: $105
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
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Ceramic Fun Friday’s
Ages 7-14 years
Learn the basics of ceramics including; cleaning, preparing and
painting greenware or continue what you have already learned.
Supplies included. Children must be age specified by the first day
of class.
Day: Friday
Time: 5:30-7:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $74
w/Resident ID: $49
22327A
Date: April 29-May 20
Instructor: Maureen Cloud
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 22
Next Gen-Artists
Ages 7-15 years
Discover your talents! Experiment with different media! Have
fun trying different artistic styles. There is no right or wrong in
practicing your sketching skills! Learn to appreciate art as a
form of expression. No artistic experience is required. No need
to invest in expensive supplies - a sketching pad, pencils and
creativity is all you need! Child must be age specified by the first
day of class.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 5:30-7:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $66
w/Resident ID: $44
Date: April 27-May 18
22320A
Min/Max: 4/12
Instructor: Kathy Storch
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 21
Home School Artists
Ages 6-14 years
Discover your talents! Experiment with different media! Have
fun trying different artistic styles. There is no right or wrong in
practicing your sketching skills! Learn to appreciate art as a
form of expression. No artistic experience is required. No need
to invest in expensive supplies - a sketching pad, pencils and
creativity is all you need! Child must be age specified by the first
day of class.
Day: Monday
Time: 1:30-2:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $66
w/Resident ID: $44
Date: April 18-May 9
22328A
Instructor: Kathy Storch
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 12
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Hocus Pocus
Ages 5-12 years
Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes,
coins, mind-reading, and more. While the tricks may appear
difficult, you’ll discover that they are quick to learn and easy to
perform. All materials are provided, and each child receives a
magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always
learn age-appropriate tricks. Additionally, you can sign up for this
class again and again since brand new tricks are always taught at
each session!
Day: Friday
Time: 6:45-7:40 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $30
w/Resident ID: $20
Date: May 13
22319A
Instructor: Magic Team of Gary Kantor
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: May 9
Snacks, Treats & Fun Eats with Kathy
Ages 6-14 years
Kids should wear comfortable clothing as this is on hands on
class. If kids have long hair, please bring a hair clip or hair tie to
each class. Registration will be taken until the Thursday prior to
the class date. Walk-in registration cannot be accommodated the
day of class. If your child has food allergies, please let us know.
All supplies will be provided.
Snack
Spring Delights-Bird nest and eggs using
chocolate dipped pretzels and jelly beans.
Date
Code
April 11
22321A
22321B
Spring Treats-Cake balls and brownie bites.
April 18
Pita Pizzas
Peanut Butter Roll-ups-peanut butter and/or jelly
or ham and cheese with caramel apple dip.
No Bake Cheesecake Delights-Mini cheesecakes
topped with our choice of fruit.
May 2
22321C
May 9
22321D
May 16
22321E
Day: Monday
Time: 5:30-7:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $23 per class
w/Resident ID: $15 per class
Instructor: Kathy Storch
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Group Piano Lessons
Ages 6-17 years
Are you looking to play the piano? This six week class will
provide a positive and fun approach to the first steps of learning
to play the piano. Classes include lessons with keyboard and
music theory instruction. Keyboard or piano is necessary for
home practice. Keyboards are available to rent. The required
lesson book is available from the instructor at the first class for
$15. Call The Music Suite at (630) 717-0562 for more information.
Level
I
II & III
Advanced
Time
5:30-6:00 pm
6:05-6:35 pm
6:40-7:10 pm
Day: Monday
Date: April 11-May 16
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $153
w/Resident ID: $102
Instructor: The Music Suite Staff
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 6
Code
22303A
22303B
22303C
Group Guitar Lessons
Ages 6-17 years
Acoustic or electric - your choice. Guitar lessons in a group
setting for a fun and motivating six week experience. Bring your
own guitar- rentals are available by calling (630) 717-0562. The
required lesson book with play along CD is available from the
instructor at the first class for $15.
Level
I
II & III
Advanced
Time
5:30-6:00 pm
6:05-6:35 pm
6:40-7:10 pm
Day: Monday
Date: April 11-May 16
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $153
w/Resident ID: $102
Instructor: The Music Suite Staff
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 6
Code
22333A
22333B
22333C
Checkmate Chess
Ages 5-12 years
No previous knowledge of chess is necessary. Each class will
consist of a fun interactive teaching period and guided practice
time. Both new and returning participants are welcome and will
get to the next level under the guidance of an experienced Chess
Scholars coach. There will also be a chess competition with
prizes at the end of the session!
Day: Monday
Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $131
w/Resident ID: $87
Date: April 11-May 16
22310A
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 6
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
Pop Princess: I “Heart” Taylor
Ages 4-11 years
Celebrate the AMAZING Taylor Swift! Glitzy Girlz staff gives
a hairdo with “rock” princess vibe, red lips and nails inspired
by Taylors favorite color. Each girl decorates a mini guitar with
paints, jewels and Taylor messages made with stickers. We
lead Swift trivia game and prizes for everyone. Each girl gets in
wardrobe with a super cool mesh skirt, glove and microphone to
channel Taylor.
Day: Saturday
Time: 10:00-11:15 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $50
w/Resident ID: $34
Date: May 14
22335A
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: May 9
Stage Stars
Ages 8-11 years
Children will learn theater terms, play games, and act in short
skits. During theater games, students will use their creativity to
communicate and improvise. The carefully selected skits are
based on folk tales that teach cooperation and positive moral
values. Every student will have the opportunity to play at least
one lead role per session. Each child will receive a participation
award. Parents are invited to attend the final performance on the
last day of class!
Day: Tuesday
Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $158
w/Resident ID: $105
22322A
Date: April 12-May 17
Instructor: Afterschool Enrichment Solutions
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 6
Amigos Spanish Club Ages 5-10 years
Learning Spanish is as easy as uno, dos, tres! In Afterschool
Amigos Spanish club, children will learn numbers, colors, shapes,
greetings, days of the week and more. We will be singing,
clapping, and counting our way towards learning the Spanish
Language. Each child will receive a participation award.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $158
w/Resident ID: $105
22337A
Date: April 13-May 18
Instructor: Afterschool Enrichment Solutions
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 6
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Mighty Mathematicians
Ages 5-10 years
This class is an exciting way for your child to practice their
math skills while having fun. Math enrichment activities include
Magic Money Machine, making a Magic Band, and working out
a Magic Square. Find out how many pieces of candy can fit in
the classroom, talk about symmetry, and play math card games,
among many other fun math-related activities. We will also play
team games with prizes.
Day: Thursday
Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $158
w/Resident ID: $105
Date: April 14-May 19 22308A
Instructor: Afterschool Enrichment Solutions
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 11
The Smoothie Spa Retreat Ages 12-16 years
Take time to relax and rejuvenate teen style. Come and pamper
yourself at the spa retreat. Enjoy the experience a mini facial,
foot treatment, hand and lip facials and de-stressing techniques
to relive tension. Techniques you can learn to do at home.
Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a towel, headband
and washcloth. After the spa enjoy a tropical smoothie.
Day: Friday
Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $42
w/Resident ID: $28
22361A
Date: April 22
Instructor: Annmarie Vlastnik
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 18
Science, Technology, Engineering
& Mathematics
Ages 6-10 years
Fun filled activities will include learning coding applications,
understanding the value of money and cause and effect which
will develop your child’s critical thinking skills and group
interaction abilities. At the end of the session each student
will take with them these invaluable skills to translate in their
everyday lives. Your child will receive a STEM gift.
Day: Saturday
Time: 10:00-11:00 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $128
w/Resident ID: $85
22326A
Date: April 16-May 7
Instructor: Little Achievers of Tomorrow
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 12
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Where the fun is!
Homeschool PE
Ages 4-17 years
Homeschool PE will focus on the importance of creating lifelong
fitness habits and good sportsmanship. The class will focus
on fitness, active games, and sports. This is a great way for
Homeschool students to meet other students from surrounding
areas. We always accept new students each session, but for
the benefit of the child, we ask that you continue the program
throughout the school year. You receive a $10 discount for every
child after the first.
Day: Thursday
Time: 1:30-2:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $55 for 1st child/$45 for each additional child
w/Resident ID: $37 for 1st child/ $27 for each additional child.
Date: March 31-May 26
22125A
Instructor: Marilyn Bartels
No class: April 7, May 19
Key Contact: Kathy Hassert
Weather Wizards
Ages 8 years and up
Learn to identify clouds and wind direction and how to predict
the weather. We will focus on the most common cloud patterns
and what they mean.
Day: Saturday
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $7
Resident ID: $4
23403A
Date: May 14
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Outdoor Safety 7 years-Adult
One of the most effective ways to enjoy the outdoors is to stay
safe. Learn the basic use of a compass, recognize poison ivy,
ticks, and dangerous spiders, and compete in a friendly mini
shelter building contest.
Day: Saturday
Time: 12:30 -2:00 pm
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $10
Resident ID: $6
Date: April 23
23417A
Key Contact: Melinda Weaver
Paintball
Ages 10-15 years
Funtime Square Paintball Field in Alsip! The paintball fields set
up with a mix of man-made objects and allow players to utilize
objects found in the real world. Wear comfortable clothes and
gym shoes, and bring along money for lunch and snacks.
Program fee included equipment rental, 500+ paintball and
transportation. Please note: there is an additional waiver
required for this trip.
Day: Friday
Time: Noon - 4:00 pm
Location: Westmont Community Center, 75 E. Richmond St.
Fee: $85
w/Resident ID: $56
Date: April 9
22348A
Deadline: April 1
Key Contact: Mike Baiardo
ACT Seminar
Ages 13-18 years
ACT scores are important to the college admissions process.
They are one way to significantly impact your application in a
short period of time. In this seminar, we will sort through the
many concerns, questions, and uncertainty students may feel.
Topics covered will include tips/strategies for taking the test,
basics of the admissions process, and test anxiety. Students will
leave feeling more confident, organized, prepared, and strategic.
Day: Saturday
Time: 10:00 - Noon
Location: Downers Grove Lincoln Center, 935 Maple Avenue
Fee: Free
Date: May 14
22349A
Deadline: April 29
Key Contact: Mike Baiardo
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may
remember, involve me and I learn.“
-Benjamin Franklin
ACT Practice Test
Ward off that test-day jitter and predict how you may score
on the real thing. Experience first-hand what test day is like.
A representative from Sylvan will provide a proctored ACT
practice test and students will be contacted with their scores and
analyzed results. Please bring a healthy snack and a drink, #2
sharpened pencils and a calculator. Wear comfortable clothing.
Cell phones will not be allowed.
Day: Saturday
Time: 10:00-Noon
Location: Downers Grove Lincoln Center, 935 Maple Avenue
Fee: Free
Date: May 21
22349A
Deadline: May 6
Key Contact: Mike Baiardo
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Lego Robotics Academy
Ages 7-14 years
The Lego Robotics Academy is a comprehensive program where
children design, build, program and learn about robotics. Using
a solid educational approach that supports Science, Technology,
Engineering and Math (STEM), this class is led by Chasewood
Learning’s teacher-led instruction followed by fun, engaging and
dynamic activities. This class also provides children the skills
needed to compete in Robotic Competitions.
Date
April 4-25
May 2-23
Code
22317A
22317B
Day: Monday
Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $126
w/Resident ID: $84
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: March 30 & April 27
Lego Engineering Academy
Ages 7-14 years
Lego engineers in this class will learn about machines that move
and how they move. By building race cars, cranes, a motorized
dog, solar windmills and pneumatic lifts, boys and girls learn
basic STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)
concepts. Chasewood Learning provides teacher-led instruction
followed by hands-on learning experiences. Students gain skills
and confidence through creating, exploring and problem-solving.
Day: Thursday
Time: 5:30-6:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $126
w/Resident ID: $84
22304A
Date: May 5-26
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: May 2
Lego STEM Learn to Program
Ages 7-14 years
Prepare your kids for the future! In this exciting class children
learn programming essentials with software developed by MIT
and other recognized teaching solutions. It allows children to
program their own interactive stories, games and animations.
It encourages systematic reasoning, creativity and helps them
to work collaboratively. This class is a multi-level program where
children are placed based on skill and experience.
Day: Thursday
Time: 6:00-7:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $111
w/Resident ID: $74
22331A
Date: April 7-28 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 4
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Where the fun is!
Lego Robotics Camp
Ages 6-14 years
This is a comprehensive multi-level class where children learn to
design, build, and program robots. Using a creative educational
approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and
Math (STEM), this class is led by Chasewood Learning’s teacherled instruction followed by fun, engaging and dynamic activities.
Students can move up a level each time they take the class to
take on more advanced concepts and activities. Children should
bring lunch.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:00 am-2:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $260
w/Resident ID: $220
Date: April 4-8
22307A
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: March 30
Lego Explorers Camp Ages 5-8 years
Children in this camp get a unique experience by learning real
world concepts and then expressing what they learn into LEGO
building. Concepts such as animals, airplanes, outer space,
foreign countries, sports, holidays and family are included
activities that are engaging and encourage students to be
creative, collaborative and fun. Children should bring lunch.
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:00 am-2:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $260
w/Resident ID: $220
22309A
Date: April 4-8
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: March 30
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Soccer Fitness Training
Ages 7-11 years
Get in shape for your soccer season with our conditioning class!
Improve your endurance, speed, agility and quickness through
our structured fitness program. After this course, you’ll be a step
ahead of your competition as soon as your season starts! NOTE:
We will not be doing actual soccer drills in this class. This course
is aimed to build better soccer and not focused on soccer skills.
Day: Tuesday
Time: 4:30-5:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Complex
Fee: $108
w/Resident ID: $99
Date: April 5-May 31
24314A
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Key Contact: John Chase
Kids X-Treme Sports Conditioning
Ages 11-15 years
This program is geared toward active athletes interested in
improving strength, power, speed, agility, and quickness.
Certified personal trainers will work with participants to meet
the demands of their sport. Participants will use dragging sleds,
sandbags, tractor tires, agility ladders, hurdles, cones, plyometric
equipment, and more. Athletes will emerge from this program
stronger, faster, and more confident. Teams will develop greater
camaraderie & cohesion ready to defeat the competition.
Get ready for the most fun and effective workout you will
ever experience!
Day: Wednesday
Time: 4:00-5:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Complex
Fee: $96
w/Resident ID: $88
24057A
Date: April 6-May 25
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Key Contact: John Chase
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
Tae Kwon Do
Ages 6 years & up
Tae Kwon Do teaches self-defense as well as improving each
student’s self-confidence, discipline, coordination, physical and
mental capabilities. Through Tae Kwon Do students learn to
become a leader not a follower, developing the “Yes, I can”
attitude when facing daily challenges at home, school or work.
A promotion test will be offered at the end of each session, for
an additional fee, for those students ready to promote to the next
belt. Uniform and handbook requirements are available through
the instructors at an additional cost.
Level
Beg (White-Blue)
Int/Adv (Brown-Deputy 3)
Date
Mar 26-June 4
Mar 26-June 4
Time
9:30-10:30 am
10:45-11:45 am
Code
22445A
22445B
Day: Saturday
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $109
w/Resident ID: $74
Instructor: Grand Master Chung Kim, Master Jo Chan, Master
Howard Greenberg
No Class: May 28
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Youth Modern Arnis Filipino Martial Arts
Ages 6-16 years
Modern Arnis was founded by Grandmaster Presas in
Philippines. It is a blend of many styles of Filipino Martial Arts
that encompasses Bladed and Impact weapons like swords,
knives and sticks. Modern Arnis is known for its close quarters
empty hand translations of these weapons based techniques for
Self-Defense, utilizing locks, throws, chokes and take-downs.
Testing at the end of each session for an additional fee.
Uniforms and training sticks are available for additional cost
through the instructor.
Day: Thursday
Time: 6:00-7:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $72
w/Resident ID: $48
Dates: April 14-June 2
22448A
Instructor: Jeff Derong
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
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Youth Karate
Ages 8-14 years
Class will offer a good mix of strength training, with cardiovascular and flexibility exercises. Children increase their coordination, agility and poise, as well as learn lasting personal safety skills. They also benefit from mental stimulation of learning the choreographed
moves of the kata and the discipline of conforming to class rules. Uniforms and belt testing are options available through the instructor. Please note that youth, parent/child and adult classes may train together. Please visit www.iskc.com for more information.
Level
Beg/Cont (White & Red)
Novice (Orange-Green)
Int/Adv (Purple & Up)
Beg (White)
Cont (Red-Orange)
Nov/Int (Yellow-Green)
Adv (Low Purple-3rd Brown)
Adv (2nd Brown-Black)
Day
Time
TU
TU
TU
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
5:40-6:35 pm
6:40-7:35 pm
7:40-8:35 pm
11:00 am-12:00 pm
12:00-1:00 pm
1:00-2:00 pm
2:00-3:00 pm
3:00-4:00 pm
Date
Code
Apr 12-June 7
Apr 12-June 7
Apr 12-June 7
Apr 9-June 4
Apr 9-June 4
Apr 9-June 4
Apr 9-June 4
Apr 9-June 4
22441E
22441A
22441B
22441C
22441H
22441D
22441G
22441F
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $134
w/Resident ID: $89
Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Parent & Child / Adult Karate
Child 7 years & up with parent
Parent/Child classes are a great way to spend quality time with your child, while conditioning muscles, developing coordination and
improving cardiovascular fitness. Uniforms and belt testing are options available through the instructor. Please note that youth, parent/child and adult classes may train together. Please visit www.iskc.com for more information. (fees are per person)
Level
Beg/Cont (White & Red)
Novice (Orange-Green)
Int/Adv (Purple & Up)
Beg (White)
Cont (Red-Orange)
Nov/Int (Yellow-Green)
Adv (Low Purple-3rd Brown)
Adv (2nd Brown-Black)
Day
Time
TU
TU
TU
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
5:40-6:35 pm
6:40-7:35 pm
7:40-8:35 pm
11:00 am-12:00 pm
12:00-1:00 pm
1:00-2:00 pm
2:00-3:00 pm
3:00-4:00 pm
Date
Code
Apr 12-June 7
Apr 12-June 7
Apr 12-June 7
Apr 9-June 4
Apr 9-June 4
Apr 9-June 4
Apr 9-June 4
Apr 9-June 4
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $134
w/Resident ID: $89
Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
22443E
22443A
22443B
22443C
22443H
22443D
22443G
22443F
aquat i c s
Lifeguard SCREENING
Ages 15 years & up
Have you ever wanted to be a lifeguard at Pelican Harbor? If you are interested in working for the Bolingbrook Park District, as
a lifeguard sign up for a screening. At the screening you will learn what it takes to be a lifeguard, through taking a swim test,
treading water, and meeting the managers that run the facility. You must come to a FREE screening in order to be able to sign up
for a lifeguard class. Bring a great attitude, a towel, and be wearing a one piece swim suit ready to swim.
Day
Time
W
W
W
W
W
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6:00-8:00 pm
6:00-8:00 pm
6:00-8:00 pm
6:00-8:00 pm
6:00-8:00 pm
Where the fun is!
Date
Mar 16
Mar 30
Apr 13
Apr 27
May 11
Code
16690B
16690B
26690A
16690B
26690C
aquat i c s
Level Lessons
Ages 6 years - 14 years
This program emphasizes stroke development through seven swim levels. Your child will enjoy a well-rounded aquatic experience,
while learning skills needed for successful swimming. Participants are required to wear a lined swim suit.
Session One
Day
Time
Early Bird Fee w/Res ID
Fee w/Res ID
Date
Mar 1-Mar 24
Mar 1-Mar 24
Mar 5-May 14
Mar 5-May 14
Mar 5-May 14
16342D
16342E
16342F
16342G
16342H
$74/$64
$74/$64
$74/$64
$79/$69
$79/$69
$79/$69
Mar 29-Apr 28
Mar 29-Apr 28
Mar 29-Apr 28
26342A
26342B
26342C
$67/$57
$67/$57
$67/$57
$62/$52
$62/$52
$62/$52
May 3-19
May 3-19
May 3-19
26343A
26343B
26343C
TU/TH
5:00-5:50 pm
TU/TH
6:00-6:50 pm
SA
9:00-9:50 am
SA
10:00-10:50 am
SA
11:00-11:50 am
Early bird deadline: February 16
No class: March 26, April 2 & 9
Session Two
$74/$64
$74/$64
$74/$64
$74/$64
$74/$64
TT/TH
4:00-4:50 pm
TU/TH
5:00-5:50 pm
TU/TH
6:00-6:50 pm
Early bird deadline: April 19
TU/TH
4:00-4:50 pm
TU/TH
5:00-5:50 pm
TU/TH
6:00-6:50 pm
Early bird deadline: Mar 17
No class: April 5 & 7
Session Three
$79/$69
$79/$69
$79/$69
$79/$69
$79/$69
Code
Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
Key Contact: Beth Brown
Competitive Stroke Clinic
Age 6-18
Taught by the coaches of the Pelican’s Swim Team.
Designed to improve swimming strokes in a fun, competitive environment. Clinic includes 10 minutes of dry land warm-up and 1 hour
of in water coaching. Includes all four competitive strokes, as well as competitive starts and turns for those who qualify.
Prerequisites: must be able to continuously swim 50 yards (two lengths of the pool) of one of the competitive strokes.
Ages 10 & Under
Clinic
Day
Time
Date
Early Bird Deadline
Code
Butterfly
Backstroke
Breaststroke
Freestyle
Starts and Turns
TU/TH
TU/TH
TU/TH
TU/TH
M/W
7:00-8:00 pm
7:00-8:00 pm
7:00-8:00 pm
7:00-8:00 pm
7:00-8:00 pm
March 22-24
March 29-31
April 12-14
April 19-21
April 26-28
March 8
March 15
March 29
April 6
April 12
16510F
16510G
16510H
16510J
16510K
Butterfly
Backstroke
Breaststroke
Freestyle
Starts and Turns
Ages 11 & Over
M/W
M/W
M/W
M/W
M/W
Fee: $30
w/Resident ID: $20
Early Bird Fee: $25
Early Bird w/Resident ID: $15
Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
Key Contact: Tim Jaskiewicz
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
5:00-6:00 pm
5:00-6:00 pm
5:00-6:00 pm
5:00-6:00 pm
5:00-6:00 pm
March 21-23
March 28-30
April 11-13
April 18-20
April 25-27
March 7
March 14
March 28
April 4
April 11
16510A
16510B
16510C
16510D
16510E
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NAME __________________________________________________E-MAIL________________________________
AGE__________PHONE ______________________ PARENT’S NAME _________________________________
4 Age Categories: One entry per child
3-4 years old, 5-6 years old, 7-8 years old, 9-10 years old.
The best picture in each age group will receive a prize.
Judging will take place after Earth Aid (Sunday, May 1,
11:00 am-3:00 pm). Entries can be turned in until Earth
Aid has ended at 3:00 pm. Entries must be submitted at
Hidden Oaks Nature Center located at 419 Trout Farm Rd,
Bolingbrook, IL 60440.
How winners will be decided:
• Overall visual appearance & creativity
• Imaginative use of color
• Ability to stay between the lines
Winnerswillbenotifiedbyphone.Allentriesmustincludeparticipantsname,
age, parent/guardians name and contact information printed at the bottom
of the picture. Winners artwork will be on display at Hidden Oaks Nature
Center until the 4th of July weekend. Participants contact information will be
removed after judging and will not be displayed.
For more information, call (630) 739-2600 or visit b ol i n g b rookp arks. org
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Where the fun is!
DA n ce
DA n ce con cer t
coa s t t o coa s t:
da n c i n g ac ros s a m e r i c a
Saturday, May 14
Bolingbrook High School Auditorium
Concert A: 12:00 pm
Concert B: 5:00 pm
There will be no in house classes held the week
of May 9-14 to allow for set and dress rehearsals
at the auditorium and the actual concert day. The
rehearsals are at the Bolingbrook High School and
will be as follows:
*Concert A and Picture Day for Concert A:
Monday, May 9, 4:30-9:00 pm
*Concert B and Picture Day for Concert B:
Tuesday, May 10, 4:30-9:00 pm
DanceForce Company Only:
Wednesday, May 11, 5:00-8:00 pm
*Thursday, May 12 may be a TENTATIVE
DanceForce only in studio rehearsal from
5:00-8:00 pm
Just Stretching
Ages 12 years and up
Stretch and become limber as your body develops the tools that it needs
to become a stronger you. Our “Just Stretching” class is a great way to
correctly learn how to train your body to become pliable safely. Learn
to relax, breath correctly, and enjoy your time in class. In this one hour
of active stretching you will burn between 240 -356 calories. You will go
through a series of floor and dance barre stretches to assist you in reaching any goals you may have.
Day: Thursday
Time: 8:15-9:15 pm
Date: March 31-May 5
17134C
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Center
Fee: $68
w/Resident ID: $45
Instructor: Desiree Pepper-Venzant
Key Contact: Megan Donick
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
Each department, Powerdance, and DanceForce
Company class will need to be there for their
corresponding concerts rehearsal timeslot
which will be sent out in April for early planning.
(exact times and handouts will be given closer to
rehearsal date).
*We do work to schedule all Early Childhood
classes in the earlier timeslots of rehearsal days.
We cannot guarantee that if a child is taking more
than one class, that all routines will be assigned
in the same concert. Please note what concert
listing your classes have in the brochure.
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Pow er Da n ce Proj ec t
REACH & POWERDANCE COMBO! Sign up for both and save!
If your child is in both Reach Extended Care and Powerdance at the ** schools (Pioneer, Independence, Jonas Salk, or BJ Ward)
then you can receive a discount on your Reach fees.
Contact Kai Wahlgren at [email protected] or Megan Donick at [email protected] for more information.
Ages 5-11 years
Be a part of the “Outstanding Program of the Year” awarded by
the Illinois Park and Recreation Association - the Power Dance
Project! Power Dance has 9 programs in Bolingbrook elementary
schools and takes place AT your school, right after school.
Elementary Schools
**Pioneer Elementary 3:30-4:15 pm
Date
Fee
Code
Apr 11-May 2
$24
12205C
Builta Elementary School • Monday • 3:40-4:25 pm
No class
Never danced before? No problem! We include and train all
levels, and you will learn to dance (very cool, like America’s Best
Dance Crew!) in preparation for performances. This program is
very athletic, using the basic fundamentals of dance with the
latest dance moves and styles.
Mar 21- May 2
$30
12211C
**Independence School • Tuesday • 3:30-4:15 pm
Mar 28
Apr 5
As an added bonus to this program, you will learn and develop
the six pillars of character designed to bring out the best in you.
Participants will learn hip hop dance, physical fitness, and
elements of good character and leadership.
• Classes held throughout the school year in sessions
(except school, state and federal holidays).
• No Powerdance at your school? No problem, contact us to
find one you can attend!
• Consistent participation throughout the year is
recommended for best learning experience
• All Power Dancers will perform in the Bolingbrook
Community Basketball Championship games in March
and the May Concert Series in May 2016.
Mar 22-May 3
$36
12214C
Wood View School • Tuesday • 3:30-4:15 pm
Mar 22-May 3
$36
12204C
**Jonas Salk Elementary School •Wednesday • 3:30-4:15 pm
To Register:
1. Pick up a registration form at Bolingbrook Park District’s
main facilities.
2. Complete and submit registration form and payment to the
Bolingbrook Park District (preferably prior to the start of each
session). You can enter into the program at the start of any
session, but continuous participation is recommended due
to performances.
Information:
Megan Donick, Recreation Supervisor/Dance, at
[email protected] or 630.783.6639.
For more information go to b p d D a n c e F o r c e . o r g
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Mar 22-May 3
$36
12201C
Oak View School - Tuesday - 3:30-4:15 pm
Apr 5
Mar 23-May 4
$36
12200C
Apr 6
**BJ Ward Elementary School •Wednesday • 3:30-4:15 pm
Mar 23-May 4
$36
12203C
Apr 6
Tibbott Elementary School • Thursday • 3:30-4:15 pm
Mar 24-May 5
$33
12202C
Liberty Elementary School • Thursday • 3:45-4:30 pm
Mar 24-May 5
$36
12207C
Apr 7
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BPD Da n ceFo rce
DanceForce Open House
Friday April 22 between 4:00-7:00 pm
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
For detailed information about this award winning and nationally
acclaimed dance company, go to b o l i n g b r o o k p a r k s . o r g
and attend our OPEN HOUSE!
Drop in and see what DanceForce is all about!
DanceForce has 4 levels of training depending on your child’s age and ability.
Our placement auditions will help to put them in the right place to foster their
dance, performance, and character just right!
Kidz Company (5-10 years)
Junior Company (8-12 years)
Teen Company (10 -15 years)
Senior Company (12 + years)
PLACEMENT AUDITIONS
Wednesday, May 18
Kidz Company
4:00-6:00 pm
Junior Company
6:00-8:00 pm
Thursday, May 19
Teen Company
4:00-6:00 pm
Senior Company
6:00-8:00 pm
Questions? Contact Megan Donick at 630.783.6639
or [email protected]
DanceForce is a year-long program and commitment
Interested dancers must participate in placement auditions. The season begins at the start of summer and typically ends the
following May after the department concert.
More details and a highly informative packet will be available closer to May!
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
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De v elopm en ta l Gy m n a s t i c s
Developmental Gymnastics
Ages 6-13 years
All children will learn skills on the traditional Olympic gymnastics events
including: vault, uneven/even parallel bars, beam and floor in a safe and
controlled atmosphere. Children will also spend a small portion of class time
conditioning and strengthening the appropriate muscles to help improve their
gymnastics. Children who have never taken gymnastics class before should
enroll in a Developmental One gymnastics class. Students who have taken
gymnastics at the Park District should enroll in the class level as instructed by
their coach. Children may be asked to transfer to the appropriate class level.
Private and Semi Private
Gymnastics Lessons
Private and Semi-private gymnastics/tumbling lessons are available for
students currently enrolled in classes but looking for additional one on
one instruction. Private lessons are especially effective when a student is
trying to master a new skill or just needs some one-on-one help. Private
lessons are for ½ hour, 45 minutes or 1 hour, and must be pre-arranged.
½ hour private: $20
45 min. private: $25
1 hour private: $30
½ hour semi-private (2-3 gymnasts): $40
1 hour semi-private (2-3 gymnasts): $60
For more information contact Maureen Franzen, Gymnastics Supervisor at
630.783.6518.
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Gymnastics
Developmental Exhibition
Sunday, May 29, 2016
Bolingbrook Park District will host our annual
Gymnastics Exhibition for the developmental
program All participants of the Spring
Session gymnastics classes are invited to
participate in the performance. The exhibition
is a high energy venue that gives students a
chance to showcase what they have learned
in their classes and parents to capture
those moments with their own still shots,
videos or action shots captured by our hired
photographer are also available.
It’s a show you won’t want to miss! A $15
non-refundable exhibition fee has been
added to the class cost to cover show
expenses, including a T-shirt for each
gymnast. More details about the show will
be given to students as soon as all t-shirt
size request forms are returned from the
parents. If the gymnast is enrolling in two
spring gymnastics classes on the same
registration form, they will only have to
pay one gymnastics exhibition fee and
will receive one exhibition t-shirt. Please
inform your gymnastics coach if your child is
enrolled in more than one gymnastics class.
Suggested
Gymnastics Attire
Please wear a leotard or comfortable
pants/shorts. Please no jean, jean shorts,
or any other type of clothing with buttons
or buckles which could be harmful to your
child or the equipment. We require long
hair to be tied back and out of face. No
shoes, earrings, bracelets or necklaces
allowed. Socks are optional, but not
recommended for medium/high beam.
Developmental gymnastics
Ages 6-12 Years
9 weeks (Friday, Saturday & Sunday are 8 weeks due to holidays & Exhibition.)
Class
Level
Day
Time
Date
Fee
w/Res ID
D-I
M
4:00-5:00 pm
Mar 21-May 23
$125/$88
D-II
D-III
D-III
D-II
D-I
D-II
M
M
TU
TU
W
W
4:00-5:00 pm
5:00-6:15 pm
4:00-5:15 pm
6:15-7:15 pm
4:00-5:00 pm
4:00-5:00 pm
Mar 21-May 23
Mar 21-May 23
Mar 22-May 24
Mar 22-May 24
Mar 23-May 25
Mar 23-May 25
$125/$88
$152/$106
$152/$106
$125/$88
$125/$88
$125/$88
D-II
W
5:00-6:00 pm
Mar 23-May 25
$125/$88
D-III
D-I
D-I
D-II
D-III
D-I
D-II
D-III
D-I
D-II
D-III
D-I
D-II
D-III
D-I
D-II
D-III
D-IV
TH
TH
F
F
F
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
SU
M
W
M
W
TU
TH
TU
TH
W
F
W
F
4:30-5:45 pm
5:45-6:45 pm
4:00-5:00 pm
4:00-5:00 pm
4:00-5:15 pm
11:45 am-12:45 pm
11:45 am-12:45 pm
11:45 am-1:00 pm
1:00-2:00 pm
1:00-2:00 pm
1:00-2:15 pm
1:15-2:15 pm
1:15-2:15 pm
1:15-2:30 pm
2:30-3:30 pm
2:30-3:30 pm
2:30-3:45 pm
4:30-6:00 pm
4:30-6:00 pm
4:30-6:00 pm
4:30-6:00 pm
6:30-8:00 pm
6:45-8:15 pm
6:30-8:00 pm
6:45-8:15 pm
4:30-6:00 pm
4:30-6:00 pm
4:30-6:00 pm
4:30-6:00 pm
Mar 24-May 26
Mar 24-May 26
Apr 1-May 27
Apr 1-May 27
Apr 1-May 27
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 26-May 21
Mar 27-May 22
Mar 27-May 22
Mar 27-May 22
Mar 27-May 22
Mar 27-May 22
Mar 27-May 22
Mar 21-Apr 27
$152/$106
$125/$88
$113/$80
$113/$80
$137/$96
$113/$80
$113/$80
$137/$96
$113/$80
$113/$80
$137/$96
$113/$80
$113/$80
$137/$96
$113/$80
$113/$80
$137/$96
$180/$120
22263K
22263L
22263V
22263M
22263P
22263Q
22263R
22263S
22265A
22265B
22265C
22265D
22265E
22265F
22265G
22265H
22265J
22265K
May 2-May 25
$159/$111
22265L
Mar 22-Apr 28
$180/120
22263T
May 3-May 26
$159/$111
22263U
Mar 23-Apr 29
$162/$108
22263W
May 4-May 27
$159/$111
22263X
D-IV
D-IV
D-IV
D-IV
D-IV
(Includes $15 Exhibition fee)
(Includes $15 Exhibition fee)
(Includes $15 Exhibition fee)
Code
22263A
22263B
22263C
22263D
22263E
22263G
22263H
22263J
Gymnasts that are signed up for Dev. III or higher are required to wear
a leotard or unitard for their safety due to the skill level. Spring classes
include a $15 gymnastics exhibition fee. If the same gymnast enrolls in
two spring gymnastics classes in the same registration form, they will only
pay one gymnastics exhibition fee and will receive one exhibition t-shirt.
D-IV will sign up for more than one class in a session but will pay for only
one t-shirt.
Location: Annerino Community Center
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: March 25 & April 4-10
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
Developmental and Cheer Open Gym
Ages 6-12 years
This is an Open Gym time designed for Bolingbrook
Park District Developmental and Cheer Level 2 and
3 participants to work on their skills. Gymnasts and
Cheerleaders will come in and work independently
under the direction of gymnastics/cheer staff to provide
a staff environment. Please have your receipt ready at
the door for the Instructor.
Day: Saturday
Time: 5:45-7:15 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $11
Date: March 26-May 21 P.O.S. .0231
Instructor: Gymnastics/Cheer Staff
No Class: April 9
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
“More Bars” Class
Ages 6-12 years
Is your child close to moving up but her bars are
preventing her from doing that? This class will focus
on the conditioning, drills and additional bar time that
some gymnasts need to move to that next level. This
class may just be the bump she needs!
Level
Developmental
1-4
Fee
w/Res ID
Code
$98
$65
22259A
Day: Saturday
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm
Date: Mar 26-May 21
Location: Annerino Community Center
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: April 9
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
This class does not participate in the
Developmental Exhibition.
So You Want to Learn a Kip?
Ages 8-14 years
This is your child’s perfect opportunity to master a kip
on bars! We are offering a 30 minute highly beneficial
bar class. It focuses on specific drills, conditioning and
steps to help your child gain strength to master a kip. A
strong cast and back hip circle are required to enroll in
this class.
Day: Saturday
Time: 3:00-3:30pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $77
w/Resident ID: $51
Date: March 26-May 21 Code: 22272A
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: April 9
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
This class does not participate in the
Developmental Exhibition.
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Beginning Tumbling - Introductory Tumbling
Ages 6-12 years
Beginning Tumbling is a fast paced class that develops
coordination, strength, flexibility, balance and self-confidence.
Beginning Tumbling is for children that are new to Tumbling,
interested in exploring thru a 45 minute class before progressing
to the 75 minute class Tumbling Class that meets twice a week.
Good form and positions will be learned at this level. Beginning
tumblers will learn the following skills: forward and backward tuck
and straddle rolls, lunge to handstand, cartwheel and round offs.
Day
TU
F
Time
Fee w/Res ID
5:15-6:00 pm
5:00-5:45 pm
$86/$57
$75/$50
Date
Mar 22-May 24
April 1-May 27
Location: Annerino Community Center
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff No Class: March 25 and April 5, 8
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
Code
22261A
22261B
This class does not participate in the Developmental Exhibition.
Tumbling Classes Ages 6-17 years
Children looking to improve their tumbling for cheer leading
requirements or just further develop the skills they currently have
are welcome to join our Tumbling Class. We offer three levels
for boys and girls ages 6-17 years old of beginner tumblers,
intermediate tumblers and advanced tumblers. Conditioning will
be a small part of this class to prepare each child for increased
difficulty in skill level.
Fee w/Res ID
Date
$144/$96
$116/$77
Mar 21-Apr 27
May 2-May 25
Day: Monday and Wednesday
Time: 5:00-6:15pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: April 4, 6
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
Code
22264L
22264M
This class does not participate in the Developmental Exhibition.
boys gymnastics program
Ages 6-12 years
This gymnastics class will focus on the basic fundamentals of
Boys Gymnastics, relating to floor, vault, rings, parallel bars and
pommel horse. This class will develop strength, coordination,
flexibility, self-confidence and spend energy in a safe and fun
environment.
Day
M
W
Fee
$125
$125
w/Res ID
$88
$88
Date
Mar 21-May 23
Mar 23-May 25
Time: 4:15-5:15 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: April 4, 6
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
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Code
22270A
22270B
Tumbling For Dancers and Cheerleaders
Ages 6-17 years
This class is designed to accommodate the progression of skills
used in the dance and cheer world. Conditioning will be an
important portion of the class along with good stretching techniques to avoid injuries. All participants will be working basic
tumbling that will lead into the more dynamic skills. Combination
tumbling will be introduced to those who are ready. We offer a
variety of spotting blocks, mats along with our spring floor and
Air Trak to accomplish the skills.
Day: Saturday
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $102
w/Resident ID: $68
Date: March 26-May 21
22275A
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: April 9
Key contact: Maureen Franzen
This class does not participate in the Developmental Exhibition.
Cheerleading - Level Two
Ages 6 and 15 years
This action packed class will teach jumps, hand motions, tumbling, stunting
and a cheer will be taught, as well as the importance of teamwork. We will
use our an array of training equipment and the Air Ttrak to move each child
through the proper progressions. Gym shoes must be worn and hair tied
back neatly out of face. No Jewelry allowed for safety reasons. Class uses
both the gymnastics arena and gymnasium.
Day: Tuesday
Time: 4:15-5:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $152
w/Resident ID: $106
Date: March 22-May 24
22271D
Instructor: Cheer Staff
No Class: April 5
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
Cheerleading - Level Three
Ages 6-15 years
This action packed class will teach your child jumps, tumbling, hand motions, stunting and a cheer will be taught, as well as the importance of
teamwork. We will use an array of training equipment and our Air Trak to
move each child through the proper progressions. Gym Shoes must be
worn during this class and hair tied back neatly out of face. No jewelry
allowed for safety reasons. Class uses both the gymnastics arena and gymnasium. Coaches consent in required for this class.
Day: Monday
Time: 4:00-5:30pm
Location: Annerino Community Center - Gym South Section
Fee: $158
w/Resident ID: $110
22271E
Date: March 21-May 23
Instructor: Cheer Staff
No Class: April 4
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
Cheerleading - Storm Competitive Cheer Team
Ages 6-16 years
This class is for girls that want to be a competitive cheerleader. This team
will compete in the Chicagoland area. The cheerleader will pay for uniforms, warm ups, shoes, bows and competition fees. Parents will be asked
to work our home meets, which will be discussed at our annual meeting.
Jumps, tumbling, hand motions and stunting will be the focus as well as
the importance of team work. We will use our cheer mats, spring floor and
air track to move each child through the proper progressions. Cheer shoes
are required and changed into at class. Hair should be tied back neatly
out of the face. No jewelry allowed for safety reasons. Coaches’ consent
is required.
Fee w/Res ID
$221/$147
$272/$186 (Includes
$15 Exhibition Fee)
Date
Code
Apr 26-May 26
22271H
Mar 22-Apr 23
22271F
Cheerleading- Storm Informational
Meeting and Evaluation Day
Saturday, April 30
Informational Meeting: 4:00-4:30 pm
Evaluation: 4:30-5:00 pm
Is your child interested in cheerleading but unsure
of where to start or how to reach their goals and
dreams? Our cheerleading staff will be holding an
informational meeting to explain what our program
is about and the classes we offer. Directly after
the informational meeting, the cheer instructors
will take the participants into the gymnasium to
be evaluated. The cheer instructors will place your
child in the proper level class. Please have your
child dress in comfortable pants, shirts and clean
gym shoes. If you have any questions please feel
free to contact Maureen Franzen at 630.783.6518.
Cheer Demo Days
Ages 6 years & up
Is your child interested in Cheerleading but
unsure of what class to enroll in? This demo
class is designed for participants to get
evaluated by our Cheer Staff. The Cheer Staff
will recommend the appropriate cheer class to
enroll in. This is a great opportunity to find your
spot in the cheerleading world throughout our
fun, safe and positive atmosphere.
Day: Tuesday and Thursday
Time: 5:00-6:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: Free to all participants
Date: April 5 & 7
Instructor: Cheer Staff
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
A waiver signed by your Parent or Guardian
located at the bottom of the registration form
will be required of all participants.
This class does not participate in the
Developmental Exhibition.
Day: Tuesday/Thursday 6:30-8:30 pm & Saturday 2:00-4:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Instructor: Cheer Staff
No Class: April 5, 7, 9
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
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Bolingbrook Illusions Teams
Ages 6-14 years
The Bolingbrook Illusions is an award winning team that competes against other park district teams in the Chicago land area
following USAG rules. This program is designed for gymnasts ages 6-14 years old that are selected by coaches from the
Developmental IV gymnastics classes. We offer Level 3 Team, Level 4 Team and Level 5 Team. These teams will follow routines and
progressions for vault, uneven bars, beam and floor created by USAG. Competition for these levels takes place from September
through December. Our Optional teams begin competition in January through May and follow the Illinois High School Association
(IHSA) rules. It is a great way to prepare your daughter for High School Gymnastics.
All levels require a strong parent and child commitment of time and energy. Parents are required to attend our annual August Mandatory Meeting committing to a job responsibility in our Illusions Parent Booster Organization. Team leotards, warm ups, grips (optional),
meet fees and tape are additional fees beyond class registration.
Gymnasts will be moved up after satisfying the requirements in the routines for the next progressive level.
Level
3
3
4
4
4
4
5-8
5-8
Days
T/TH
T/TH
T/TH
*M, *W, or *F
T/TH
*M, *W, or *F
M/W/F
M/W/F
Time
4:00-7:00 pm
4:00-7:00 pm
6:00-8:30 pm
5:15-8:15 pm
6:00-8:30 pm
5:15-8:15 pm
5:15-8:15 pm
5:15-8:15 pm
*Based on your Assigned Group’s Third Day of Practice
Fee w/Res ID
$240/$160
$255/$175
$249/$166
$264/$181
$215/$143
$230/$158
Date
Mar 29-Apr 28
May 3-May 26
Mar 28-Apr 29
(beginning Mar 28)
May 2-May 27
(beginning May 2)
Mar 28-Apr 29
May 2-May 27
Code
22264H
22264J
22264D
22264E
22264A
22264B
Location: Annerino Community Center
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
Key Contact: Maureen Franzen
No Class: April 4-8
Team Open Gyms
This is an Open Gym time designed for Bolingbrook Park District
Team gymnasts only (Illusions/Storm) to work on their skills.
Gymnasts and Cheerleaders will come in and work independently
under the direction of gymnastics/cheer staff to provide a
staff environment.
Day: Sunday
Time: 3:30-5:30 pm
Date: March 27- May 22
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $11P.O.S. .0231
Instructor: Gymnastics Staff
No Class: April 10
Key contact: Maureen Franzen
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OPTIMISM
Mary Lou Retton
Cl im bin g Wa l l
OPEN ROCK CLIMB
Ages 6 years & up
Climb as long as you want during the below scheduled dates and
times. No experience is necessary. Staff will be on hand to assist
with your climbing experience. All equipment rentals are included
in the daily fee. Please call ahead to confirm times and dates.
Times are subject to change. Ages 6 years and older.
Winter Open Climb Dates & Times
Thursday
Saturday
5:00-7:00 pm
1:00-3:00 pm
Fee:
$6/person
w/Resident ID:$4/person
April 7-May 26
April 2-May 28
Climbing Wall Rentals
Looking for a team building idea for your company or group?
The Bolingbrook Park District has the perfect answer for you!
The indoor rock climbing wall is a great opportunity for your
organization to improve communication, team building all while
creating a fun and enjoyable experience. Group discounts are
available for groups of all sizes. This is a great opportunity for
scout groups to obtain merit badges!
PRIVATE CLIMBING WALL LESSONS
Get that one-on-one attention, master a new skill, learn new
techniques from our certified staff. Equipment rental is included. 30 minute lesson $15/person for private
$10/person for semi-private (multiple)
60 minute lesson $25/person for private
$15/person for semi-private (multiple)
CLIMBING WALL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
The Bolingbrook Park District Climbing Wall has ability for
our constituents to obtain certification in climbing the wall. Certification allows access to the climbing wall at the Annerino Community Center during normal business hours around
programming and scheduled rentals. Certifications are active
for one calendar year from date of certification. Certification
allows individual certify to manually belay a partner at any time
(during normal building hours around programs and private
rentals and/or parties) for the daily rate. If both individuals are
manual belay certified - climbing is FREE! No appointments
are needed! Manual Belay Certifications
Ages 12 years & up
Obtaining a manual belay certification allows you to access
the wall year around for FREE. Manual belay allows users to
manually belay a partner up and down the wall holding the
rope on the ground while the climber climbs for the daily rate.
$50 to be certified.
For more information, please call 630.783.6642
Youth
Ages 6-17 years
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Little Geckos
Ages 6-11 years
This class focuses on the fundamentals of wall climbing. Your
young wall climber will learn basic climbing commands, wall rules
and will play bouldering games. Kids will build confidence and
increase self-esteem in this new class. Join in on the fun!
Day
Time
TU
TU
SA
5:30-6:20 pm
6:30-7:20 pm
11:00-11:50 am
Date
Apr 12-May 17
Apr 12-May 17
Apr 16-May 21
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $45
w/Resident ID: $30
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Code
24600A
24600B
24600C
Strength on the Rocks
Ages 16 years & up
Add variety and fun to your workout while using the climbing wall
to improve total body fitness. During this class, you will incorporate horizontal low traversing just a few feet from the ground with
vertical rock climbing exercises and games that center on focus,
flexibility, balance, endurance and power. Class size is very
limited to give each participant a true workout experience. While
not climbing, participants will be performing fitness workouts
while waiting!
Day: Saturday
Time: 8:00-8:50 am
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $90
w/Resident ID: $6024600D
Date: April 16-May 21
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Parent-Tot Monkey Climbers
Ages 6 years & older (with parent)
Spend some “high”-quality time with your little (or not-so-little)
climber! Parents will be belay-certified at the conclusion of the
class for a true one-on-one experience with your child. We ask
that there please be one parent per child. (fee is listed per pair,
not individual) At the conclusion of the session, all parents receive a ‘Manual Belay Certification’ ($50 value) to complete your
parent-child experience! Register now - spots are limited!
Date
Apr 11-April 27
May 2-May 18
Code
24600E
24600F
Day: Monday & Wednesday
Time: 6:00-6:50 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $60 per pair
w/Resident ID: $40 per pair
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
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Teen Climbing 101
Ages 12-15 years
This class teaches basic knowledge of rock climbing techniques
such as three points of contact, footwork and balance. Class
also introduces bouldering. Knowledge of basic knots, gear and
commands will also be reviewed in this class. This is a great way
to learn the basics of becoming an avid climber!
Date
Apr 11-Apr 27
May 2-May 18
Code
24600G
24600H
Day: Monday & Wednesday
Time: 5:00-5:50 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $45
w/Resident ID: $30
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
C l i m b i n g Wa l l F i t n e s s F a c t s
Did you ever think that climbing would have such a positive
impact on your health? Climbing is a wholesome activity that
relies on sufficient strength in almost every muscle in your
body! Climbing walls will help build core strength along with
hands, biceps, triceps, shoulders and back! Below are some
benefits to climbing walls.
• Rock climbing offers a novel problem solving challenge
to incorporate neuromotor exercises to improve balance
coordination and agility
• Climbing increases your ability to recover from exercising
due to blood lactate levels increasing.
• Climbing increases your VO2 (oxygen intake) which gives
you better endurance for your workouts!
• Climbing allows significant improvements in body
composition, joint flexibility and muscular strength to
improve your life!
• Calorie expenditure is similar to cycling, walking, swimming
and tennis. According to the Calorie Control Council’s
Calories Count Get Moving Calculator, a 150-pound person
uses 250 calories in 20 minutes of rock climbing, which
is nearly triple of what the same person would burn by
walking briskly for the same amount of time!
Adu lt s
Gener a l I n t er e s t
30th Annual Road Rally
Ages 18 years & up
Looking for adventure? Grab your neighbors and friends to
create a team of 4-6 adults per vehicle. You will get a map and
bag of clues; you’ll need teamwork, logic and luck to stay on
track. Some clues are helpful while others are designed to throw
you off course. This exciting and somewhat physically challenging almost four-hour scavenger hunt on wheels will test your
mind, body and teamwork, so put on your thinking caps and start
your engines! At the completion of the rally, teams meet for an
awards presentation and socialize at a pizza dinner. This fun-filled
event is coordinated with the Bolingbrook, Lisle, Naperville and
Woodridge Park Districts. Space is limited. Captain’s letters are
emailed at the end of the first week of April. An email address is
required upon registration.
Day: Saturday
Time: 3:30 pm check-in (4:00 pm) shot gun start
Location: Woodridge Park District, 2600 Center Drive
Fee: $119 per car
w/Resident ID: $99 per car
Date: April 16 22689A
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 6
Ceramic Studio
Ages 18 years & up
Discover your inner muse-your imagination is the limit! Under the
guidance of Kim Joslin Hahn, work on projects selected by you,
while improving your current skills and learning new techniques.
Bring your own greenware/bisque and supplies or order them
from the instructor. Fee includes all firing.
Day: Thursday
Time: 6:30-9:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $126
w/Resident ID: $84
Date: April 21-May 26
22623A
Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 14
Sunflowers with A Twist
Ages 18 years & up
Nothing makes a statement in a garden bed quite like a
sunflower. And the same goes for ceramic pieces. This plate
features cheery sunflowers against a marbleized background.
You will learn how to create the marbleized effect, and use glazes
and designer liner to complete your piece. A wonderful gift for
mom for Mother’s Day! Or better yet, spend the evening together
creating a memory! Fee includes instruction, bisque, glazes and
firing.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 6:30- 9:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $49
w/Resident ID: $32
22621A
Date: April 20
Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 13
Adults
Ages 18 years & up
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Dazzling Daisies
Ages 18 years & up
What brightens up a spring day better than beautiful white
daisies! This versatile plate can be used for serving at all your
spring and summer get togethers. Or, gift it to that special friend
that has everything-that is if you can part with it! You will use
various techniques and glazes in a new way. You can choose
from a wide variety of background colors, and each plate will be
uniquely that of the artist creating it! Fee includes instruction,
bisque, glazes and firing.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 6:30-9:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee:$49
w/Resident ID: $32
Date: May 18
22621B
Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: May 11
Bridal Beauty
Ages 18 years & up
Learn the proper techniques of makeup application and gain
some valuable expertise for that special day. The
class prepares Brides, their bridal party and their family to look
their best for a day that they will never forget.
Learn how to apply makeup correctly, cosmetic tricks and discovering the best colors to suit you and the
season of the wedding.
Day: Saturday
Time: 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $34
w/Resident ID: $26
Date: April 9
22612A
Instructor: Annmarie Vlastnik
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 4
Mother’s Day Spa Escape
Ages 18 years & up
Looking for that special gift for that special mom? Treat them to
total relaxation at the Spa Escape. They will enjoy the experience
of this relaxing evening, which includes a mini facial, foot treatment, hand and lip facials and de-stressing techniques to relieve
tension. Techniques they can learn to do at home. Please wear
comfortable clothing and bring a towel and washcloth.
Day: Thursday
Time: 7:00-8:15 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $34
w/Resident ID: $26
Date: May 5
22603A
Instructor: Annmarie Vlastnik
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: May 2
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Paper Crafting Workshop
A Bouquet of Flowers for Mom
Ages 12 years & up
Delight your Mom or other special person with a boxed bouquet
of spring flowers. You will use the Sizzix Big Shot and Thinlit
dies to create the special flowers for your pop-up bouquet box.
Accessorize with colorful ribbons, designer papers, glitter,
pearls and rhinestones. Fee includes written instructions and
all supplies.
Day: Tuesday
Time: 6:30-9:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $27
w/Resident ID: $18
Date: April 26 22625A
Instructor: Rosemary Heintz-Prybylski
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 19
Card Making Workshop - Make it for Mom
Ages 12 years & up
Wow your Mom and other special women in your life with cards
made just by you using the old iris-folding art technique. You will
create 3 specially designed cards featuring: a beautiful hibiscus,
a colorful iris, and a glitzy evening gown. Glimmer and Washi papers, bright ribbons, and tape are some of the materials you will
use. Accessorize your designs with rhinestones and pearls. All
cards include layering and embellishments. Fee includes written
instructions and all supplies.
Day: Tuesday
Time: 6:30-9:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $27
w/Resident ID: $18
22624A
Date: May 3 Instructor: Rosemary Heintz-Prybylski
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 29
Stained Glass Class
Ages 18 years & up
No experience required. No supplies required; all glass and tools
will be provided by the teacher.
Beginner: Learn how to cut stained glass, copper foil and solder
your project piece. Eight-Inch design, Beveled Star Stained
Glass
Date
April 12 & 19
May 10 & 17
Code
22617A
22617B
Day: Tuesday
Time: 7:00-8:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $111
w/Resident ID: $74
Instructor: Kathy Storch
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 6 & May 4
Adult Drawing Class
Ages 18 years & up
No experience required. No supplies required. Paper and drawing pencils provided. Experiment with different media in this free
form art class. Learn to appreciate art as a form of expression.
No need to invest in expensive supplies, creativity is all you need.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 7:15-8:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $81
w/Resident ID: $44
Date: April 27-May 18
22615A
Instructor: Kathy Storch
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 21
Luncheon Trips
Ages 21 years & up
Join us for one or more of the following luncheon dates this
spring. We will be going to two different restaurants. Registration fee is for transportation only. Lunch, tax and tip are on your
own. Each date includes time for some shopping. Each trip
departs and returns to the Annerino Community Center located at
201 Recreation Drive in Bolingbrook.
Date
Apr 7
May 5
Time
10:00 am-3:30 pm
10:00 am-3:30 pm
Location
Rainforest Café
Navy Pier
Day: Thursday
Fee: $21
w/Resident ID: $16
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Code
22631A
22631B
CPR Classes
Ages 18 years & up
Do you need to CPR certified for work? Or do you just want to
be prepared in the case of a family emergency? Whatever the
reason, these lifesaving skills can help save a life. This Medic
First Aid program offers a two-year certification. Students will
leave with a certificate of completion. All training material will be
provided in class. Wear comfortable clothes and be prepared to
demonstrate what you have learned. Students must be in good
health with no prior health conditions. Class requires bending,
stooping and squatting to demonstrate skills.
Day: Saturday
Time: 1:00-6:00 pm
Date: April 16
22314A
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $82
w/Resident ID: $55
Instructor: Char Doering
Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren
Deadline
Mar 30
Apr 27
Chicago Cubs Game
Ages: All are welcome
Take me out to the ball game... Join Bolingbrook Park District
and LCSRA to cheer on the Cubs as they take on the Washington
Nationals at the friendly confines of Wrigley Field. Program fee
includes ticket and transportation. Please bring money for lunch
or snacks and souvenirs. We will stay until the game is over.
Day: Friday
Time: 10:30 am-6:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Date: May 6
Fee: $69
w/Resident ID: $49
22641A
Key Contact: Christy Sorenson
Registration Deadline: April 2
WE WANT TO KNOW!
What was YOUR 20 minutes
of physical activity today?
Post it to our Facebook page
with the above hashtag.
Facebook.com/LifeStylesFitnessCenter
Walked the park district trails! #whatsyour20
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Ages 18 years & up
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At hl e t i c s
Men’s Spring Flag Football
Ages 18 years & up
Get together with your friends this spring to play in the Men’s
8-on-8 flag football league. The season will consist of a nine
game regular season. The top teams in each league will participate in a single elimination playoff tournament at the end of the
regular season. United States Flag and Touch League (U.S.F.T.L.)
rules will be used. First place teams receive prizes. For more detailed team information, contact (630) 783-6642. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to register your team in either league.
League
Competitive C
Recreational D
Code
52424C
52424D
Day: Sunday
Time: 8:00 am
Location: Central Park
Fee: $765 before March 6; $795 on/after March 7 ($9 per out of
district participant)
Start Date: March 20
Captains Meeting: Thursday, March 10 @ 7:30 pm (Bolingbrook
Recreation & Aquatic Complex)
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Summer Softball
Ages 18 years & up
Men’s 12”, Co-Rec 14”, Co-Rec 12”, and Over 40 Masters
12” softball leagues will be offered. All leagues are ASA
Sanctioned. The top two teams in each league will win cash
prizes with the top teams in each league qualifying for a
post-season tournament. All summer softball leagues consist
of a 14-game schedule. For more information, contact
630.783.6642. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to
register your team in either league.
Returning Team Registration: January 1
New Team Registration: March 1
SIGN UP FOR A TEAM
Interested in joining one of these exciting men’s and women’s
softball leagues, but without a team? Don’t worry, come on
in and complete an individual player form. Teams looking for
players can call you and ask about joining their team. If enough
individual players sign-up, a team may be able to be formed!
The Park District does not guarantee participation for individual
players. For more information, contact (630) 783-6642.
Over 40 - Men’s Masters 12” Softball League
Day: Tuesdays
Time: 6:30-10:30 pm
Location: Remington Lakes Sports Complex / Central Park
Fee: $635 before April 10; $665 on/after April 11 ($14 per out of
district participant)
52405A
Start Date: April 26
Captains Meeting: Thursday, April 14 @ 7:30 pm (Bolingbrook
Recreation & Aquatic Complex)
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
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Co-Rec 12” Softball Leagues
Day
Monday
Wednesday
Date
Code
April 25
April 27
52404A
52404B
Time: 6:30-10:30 pm
Location: Remington Lakes Sports Complex / Central Park
Fee: $635 before April 10; $665 on/after April 111 ($14 per out of
district participant)
Captains Meeting: Thursday, April 14 @ 8:30 pm (Bolingbrook
Recreation & Aquatic Complex)
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Men’s 12” Softball Leagues
Day
SU
TH
F
Day
4:00-10:00 pm
6:30-10:30 pm
6:30-10:30 pm
Date
Apr 10
Apr 14
Apr 15
Code
52400B
52402B
52403B
Location: Remington Lakes Sports Complex / Central Park
Fee: $635 before March 27; $665 on/after March 28 ($14 per out
of district participant)
Captains Meeting: Thursday, March 31 @ 7:30 pm (Bolingbrook
Recreation & Aquatic Complex)
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Men’s Overnight 12” Softball Tournament
Ages 18 years & up
What a better way then to spend all night playing softball! Teams
will compete in a double-elimination tournament starting Saturday early evening and ending on Sunday morning. Top finishers
will receive cash prizes. Full fee is required to register for this
tournament.
Day: Saturday / Sunday
Time: 6:00 pm Saturday Location: Remington Lakes Sports Complex
Fee: $250
Date: July 16-1752407A
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Registration Deadline: July 10
Co-Rec Overnight 12” Softball Tournament
Ages 18 years & up
What a better way than to spend all night playing softball! Teams
will compete in a double-elimination tournament starting Saturday early evening and ending on Sunday morning. Top finishers
will receive cash prizes. Full fee is required to register for this
tournament.
Day: Saturday / Sunday
Time: 6:00 pm Saturday Location: Remington Lakes Sports Complex
Fee: $250
Date: August 13-14
52408A
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Registration Deadline: July 31
Sunday Morning Men’s Soccer League
Ages 18 years & up
The snow is gone, now let’s play! Teams will play a 14-game
season with an end-of-season tournament. Each player must
have an ID card issued from the Park District. Teams will
compete for trophies in the regular season and playoffs.
Please contact 630.783.6642 for more information. A $100
non-refundable deposit is required to register your team.
Day: Sunday
Time: 8:00 am Location: Prairie Trails Park
Fee: $950 before March 27; $1,000 on/after March 28
Start Date: April 10
52438A
Captains Meeting: Thursday, March 31 @ 8:30 pm (Bolingbrook
Recreation & Aquatic Complex)
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Adult Karate
Ages 15 years & up
Classes release tension, develop total body fitness and build
stamina and overall productivity! In addition to self-defense
skills, karate increases flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, and
muscle tone, while improving core strength. Uniforms and belt
testing are options available through the instructor. Please note
that youth, parent/child and adult classes may train together.
Please visit iskc.com for more information.
Level: Beg/Cont
Day: Tuesday
Time: 8:40-9:35 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $134
w/Resident ID: $89
Dates: April 12-June 7
22442A
Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the
direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Adult Modern Arnis Filipino Martial Arts
Ages 16 years & up
Modern Arnis was founded by Grandmaster Presas in Philippines. It is a blend of many styles of Filipino Martial Arts that
encompasses Bladed and Impact weapons like swords, knives
and sticks. Modern Arnis is known for its close quarters empty
hand translations of these weapons based techniques for SelfDefense, utilizing locks, throws, chokes and take-downs. Testing
available at the end for an additional fee. Uniforms and training
sticks are available for additional cost through the instructor.
Day: Tuesday
Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $144
w/Resident ID: $96
Dates: April 12-May 31
22448B
Instructor: Jeff Derong
Key Contact: Chris Corbett
Adults
Ages 18 years & up
Senior Volleyball
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex is available for open
volleyball play for seniors on Wednesday and Friday mornings
from 9:00-10:30am. Please wear gym shoes.
Day: Wednesday & Friday
Time: 9:00-10:30 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Dates: April 6-May 27
Table Tennis - Open Play
Join other table tennis players for a morning of fun, exercise and
competition. Tables are set up for open play Thursday in the
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex gym from 9:00-11:30
am. No pre-registration required, just bring your paddle and join
the fun!
Day: Thursday
Time: 9:00-10:30 am
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Dates: April 7-May 26
Adult Volleyball - Open Play
Ages 18 years & up
Drop in for a game of volleyball. Two courts will be set up so
bring along your friends for a night of fun! Refunds will not be
given due to lack of participation since this is a drop-in nightly
program. Feel free to call ahead for participation numbers.
Day: Friday
Time: 7:30-9:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $3 per player
Date: April 8-May 27
Youth/Teen Volleyball - Open Play
Ages 11-17 years
Drop in for a game of volleyball. Refunds will not be given due to
lack of participation since this is a drop-in nightly program. Feel
free to call ahead for participation numbers.
Day: Saturday
Time: 5:45-7:45 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex
Fee: $3 per player
Date: April 2-May 28
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Aquat i c s
Racquetball Court Rental - $8/hr
Racquetball burns 600-800 calories an hour while
providing an outstanding overall workout that increases
calorie burn and helps to reduce fat percentage. It’s
fun, its fast, its fitness! Reservations can be made
seasonally by calling (630) 783-6642 or visiting one
of our Recreation Centers. Full rental rate due at time
of reservation!
Adult Swim Lessons
Ages 15 years & up
It’s never too late to learn how to swim! Conquer your fear of water, learn
lifesaving skills or just improve your strokes in this innovative fun swim
class.
Racquetball Challenge Courts
Challenge your game and come compete in our
Challenge Court! Winner stays on the court and takes
on the next challenger in line. Look out for Challenge
Court specials throughout the season! For savings on
Challenge Courts, please see the Challenge Court swipe
pass for a savings of 40% off.
6:00-9:00 pm
Mondays
Sundays
7:00-10:00 am
$5 per person per day
Early bird deadline: February 17
Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
No Class: March 26, April 2, 6, 9
Key Contact: Beth Brown
Racquetball Challenge Courts 10-Swipe Pass - $30
Compete at the weekly Challenge Courts at a discounted
rate with the purchase of this new ‘Challenge Pass.’
The pass rate of $3 per day is a 40% savings from
the regular rate. To purchase, please visit one of our
Recreation Centers. Passes are valid for twelve (12)
months from purchase date. For more information,
please call (630) 783-6642.
Racquetball Court 10-Swipe Pass - $60
Log more court time for less with our Racquetball Pass.
The pass rate of $6 per hour is a 25% savings from the
regular rate. This is an excellent way for beginners to get
into the game with a minimal investment. To purchase,
please visit one of our Recreation Centers. Passes are
valid for six (6) months from purchase date. For more
information, please call (630) 783-6642.
Wallyball Group Rate - $12/hr
Wallyball is a fast and fun volleyball-like team sport
that is played on a racquetball court. Reservations are
permitted any day of the week! Reservations can be
made seasonally by calling (630) 783-6642 or visiting one
of our Recreation Centers.
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Day
Time
Early Bird Fee
w/Res ID
Fee
w/Res ID
Date
Code
W
SA
6:00:-6:50 pm
8:00-8:50 am
$134/$128
$134/$128
$144/$138
$144/$138
Mar 2-Apr 27
Mar 5-May 14
16640D
16640C
Da n ce
Adult Ballet Dance
Ages 18 years & up
It’s never too late to learn to be graceful! Improve your flexibility,
poise and posture. Relieve stress, burn calories and have fun at
the same time through this peaceful and relaxing dance style.
Beginning and continuing levels of dance will be taught during
this class and will include a technical warm up, barre work and
center work with combinations, all specific and appropriate to the
level of training. If you are an advanced level dancer, please call
for class placement.
Date
Mar 29-May 3
Fee
$72/$48
Code
17241C
Day: Tuesday
Time: 8:15-9:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Center
Instructor: Desiree Pepper-Venzant
Key Contact: Megan Donick
R&B Soul Line Dancing- Level I
Ages 18 years & up
This is a “drop in - pay as you come” class and offers basic step
by step instructions geared toward men and women of all ages.
Belynda is an experienced, social and hands-on instructor who
will work with you at your own pace. Her unique techniques and
style will motivate and energize you while you learn the latest
new line dances! Come prepared to gain your confidence while
laughing out loud and losing yourself in the music!
Day: Monday
Time: 7:15-8:45 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Drop in Fee: $10 per class
POS CODE: .0284
Date: January 4-May 2
No Class: January 18, April 4
Instructor: Belynda Head
Key Contact: Megan Donick
R&B Soul Line Dancing - Level II
Ages 18 years & up
Are you bored with basic line dances? Are you ready to take the
challenge and move to the next level? Come take the challenge
with Belynda Head in this advance line dance class. You will
learn more than just the basics. Belynda’s easy to follow instructions takes you through popular line dances, step-by-step, allowing you to not only work your body but also your mind, keeping
them both healthy and fit. Don’t miss out on the opportunity of
getting a workout to great R&B music.
Day: Tuesday
Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Center
Date: March 29-April 26
Fee: $55
w/Resident ID: $45
Instructor: Belynda Head
Key Contact: Megan Donick
Adults
Ages 18 years & up
Bellydance
18 years & up
Every size, shape and age is welcome! No past dance experience
necessary. Bellydance is a low-impact way to help tone muscles
in your arms, entire core, as well as your buns and legs. You will
be sweating, shaking, and shimmying! In level I you will learn the
bellydance basics, like shimmies, hip drops and basic footwork.
Level II is for those dancers that have taken Level I and are comfortable with the bellydance basics and want to learn more about
its technique and styles. Come in comfortable, fitted clothing
that you can easily move in. Coin and non-coin hip scarves are
welcome and available for use, but not necessary.
Level
I
II
Time
7:30-8:15 pm
8:15-9:00 pm
Date
Mar 10-May 5
Mar 10-May 5
Fee w/Res ID
$104/$80
$109/$85
Code
17248B
17248D
Level II performs in the May Concert so there is an additional $5
production fee added to the session pricing.
Day: Thursday
Location: Annerino Community Center
Concert: A and B
Instructor: Mithra Zaucha
No class: April 7
Key Contact: Megan Donick
Chicago Style Stepping
Ages 18 years & up
During these five week sessions, learn the basic techniques of
Chicago-Style Stepping! It’s a feel-good work out built on fun.
Basic steps and combinations, turns, and partnering will be
covered in this 2-hour! This is the perfect way to get ready for
those high school reunions, weddings or simply build your
confidence on the dance floor. Best of all it’s a chance to just
enjoy time with friends one evening a week. Take one or all
sessions, and have a blast!
Date
Apr 3-May 1
May 8-June 5
Code
17246C
17246D
Day: Sunday
Time: 3:30-5:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $60
w/Resident ID: $50
Instructor: Bill Gantt
Key Contact: Megan Donick
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Adult Hip Hop
Ages 18 years & up
Express Yourself! This is a great way to vary your workout schedule and have fun doing it. A good stretch and strengthening warm
up gets you ready to jam with some basic hip hop which will
gradually progress at the pace of the class. The added bonus is
that you’ll get so wrapped up in the fun of dancing that you won’t
even feel the calories burning. Beginners are welcome. This class
will be taught to accommodate various levels of experience.
The last session will perform in the May Concert so there is an
additional $5 production fee added to the session pricing.
Date
Apr 11-May 9
Fee w/ResID
$73/$50
Code
17240C
Day: Monday
Time: 8:30-9:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Center
Concert: A and B
Instructor: Staff
Key Contact: Megan Donick
Ballroom Dance
Ages 18 years & up
Have fun and get a great cardiovascular workout while learning
basic social dances. The lessons will include smooth dances
such as foxtrot, waltz, Latin rumba, tango, cha-cha and All-American swing. Never again will you sit out and just be a spectator.
Now you will be able to apply steps learned to songs from the
40’s through today’s music. Meet new friends and reap the benefits of an exercise program at the same time.
Date
Feb 26-Apr 8
Code
17329B
Day: Friday
Time: 7:30-8:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Center
Fee: $63
w/Resident ID: $42
Instructor: Norm Landrum
No class: March 25
Key Contact: Megan Donick
Advanced Ballroom Dance
Ages 18 years & up
This class is designed for those who have completed the
Beginning Ballroom Dance sessions and wish to continue.
Social patterns are taught in a routine format that will help you
feel more comfortable when dancing at parties and dances.
Instructor approval required for enrollment.
Date
Feb 26-Apr 8
Code
17329D
Day: Friday
Time: 8:30-9:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Center
Fee: $63
w/Resident ID: $42
Instructor: Norm Landrum
No class: March 25
Key Contact: Megan Donick
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Just Stretching
Ages 12 years and up
Stretch and become limber as your body develops the tools that
it needs to become a stronger you. Our “Just Stretching” class is
a great way to correctly learn how to train your body to become
pliable safely. Learn to relax, breath correctly, and enjoy your
time in class. In this one hour of active stretching you will burn
between 240 -356 calories. You will go through a series of floor
and dance barre stretches to assist you in reaching any goals you
may have.
Time
8:15-9:15pm
Date
Mar 31-May 5
Code
17234C
Day: Thursday
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Center
Fee: $68
w/Resident ID: $45
Instructor: Desiree Pepper-Venzant
Key Contact: Megan Donick
Come Check out our May Concert Series!
coa s t t o coa s t:
da n c i n g ac ross a m e r i c a
May 14 . Bolingbrook High School
Concert A: 12:00 pm
Concert B: 5:00 pm
Come see a great show and see what our
dance department has to offer!
H e a lt h & W el l n e ss
Hatha Yoga
Ages 12 years and up
Come relax, restore and energize the mind body and spirit. This unique yoga
class offers something for everyone. Whether you are new to yoga or a long
time participant, you are sure to love this class. Each asana is demonstrated in
several different ways from beginning to advanced for everyone to enjoy.
Day
SU
M
W
Time
10:00-11:00 am
7:30-8:30 pm
7:30-8:30 pm
Fee w/Res ID
$108/$99
$96/$88
$96/$88
Location: Annerino Community Center
Key Contact: John Chase
Date
April 3-May 29
April 4-May 23
April 6-May 25
Code
24300E
24300C
24300A
Hatha Yoga I at Hidden Oaks
Ages 12 years & up
Enjoy the serenity of the morning from the Hidden Oaks and improve strength,
flexibility, balance, and body awareness through a variety of Yoga poses.
This class is for those who are new to Yoga or new to fitness. Ease into a
better understanding of your mind and body while increasing overall fitness.
A Hatha Yoga class includes warm-up (sun salutations), workout (introductory,
beginning and intermediate poses), and cool down (meditation) for a
well-rounded 60 minutes.
Day: Saturday
Time: 9:15-10:15 am
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Fee: $108
w/Resident ID: $99
Date: April 2-May 28
24032A
Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Key contact: John Chase
Family Flow Yoga
Ages 5 years & up
This class brings together children ages 5-10 and their parents to develop
coordination and strength, improve flexibility, balance and confidence through
a sequencing of yoga poses and calming breathing. A great opportunity to
merge and enjoy time with your kids and yoga. Rates below are for one parent
and one child. You may add an extra child to the class for $48 for non-resident
and $44 with Resident ID.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 6:15-7:15 pm
Fee: $96
w/Resident ID: $88
24309A
Date: April 6-May 25
Location: Annerino Community Center
Key Contact: John Chase
LUNCH a n d LEARN
How to find your abs without
sit-ups and crunches
Ages 16 years & up
They were a favorite in high school gym class,
but times have changed. Now it’s time to find out
what exercise science has proven to be the most
effective ways to torch fat and get that six pack
you’ve been dreaming of. This interactive session
is led by a Certified Personal Trainer. A healthy
lunch from Ashbury’s at Boughton Ridge is
included. Pre-registration is required. Preregistration is required.
Day: Friday Time: 12:00-1:30 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and
Aquatic Complex
Fee: $7
Date: April 15
24202A
Drop in to individual Specialty Group Exercise Classes or Yoga
classes for $13 per session. Just visit the Customer Care Desk
10 minutes before each class to pay your daily admission.
Adults
Ages 18 years & up
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Group Exercise Programs
You can customize your workout schedule to fit your changing
needs. For complete details or to check out our current class
schedule at bo ling bro o kp a rks.o rg . or call us at 630.739.1705
or 630.739.0272. Our schedule is designed to provide a variety
of safe, effective, fun group exercise classes led by our staff of
qualified instructors.
Les Mills Body Pump-The original barbell class that strengthens
your entire body. This 60-minute workout challenges all your
major muscle groups by using the best weight-room exercises
like squats, presses, lifts and curls.
W ant to try a class first ?
Our drop-in class rate is only $9 per class
All classes require a minimum of 5 participants. If low enrollment
occurs after two weeks, classes are subject to cancellation or
change.
Remember, you must bring your LifeStyles membership card to
every class. 12-15 year olds with membership or daily drop-in
may participate with parent or guardian in classes designated for
12 years & up.
Les Mills Body Attack- The sports-inspired cardio workout for
building strength and stamina. This high-energy interval training
class combines athletic aerobic movements with strength and
stabilization exercises. Dynamic instructors and powerful music
motivate everyone towards their fitness goals - from the weekend
athlete to the hard-core competitor!
Les Mills Body Flow- A motivating blend of yoga, Tai Chi,
Pilates to bring a wonderful variety to your mind/body workout.
Breathing control is a part of all the exercises, and instructors
will always provide options for those just getting started. You’ll
strengthen your entire body and leave the class feeling calm and
centered.
WE WANT TO KNOW!
What was YOUR 20 minutes
of physical activity today?
Post it to our Facebook page
with the above hashtag.
Facebook.com/LifeStylesFitnessCenter
SilverSneakers Classic- This class focuses on
strength and balance to improve everyday functional living skills
for the mature adult. 60 minutes.
Are you ready to party yourself into shape?
That’s exactly what the Zumba® program is all about. It’s an
exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorieburning dance fitness-party™ that’s moving millions of people
toward joy and health.
aqua fitness Programs
(Included with Group Exercise)
Join one of our aqua fitness programs to experience a great
workout with very little impact on your joints. You’ll find a class to
meet all levels of ability on our schedule.
Benefits of aqua fitness include:
• Reduce the risk of injury through low-impact exercise
• Use the natural resistance of the water to improve cardiovascular stamina, range of motion, muscular endurance and
strength while melting unwanted body fat.
• Prevents overheating through continuous cooling of the body
• Exercise is performed in shallow water, so little to no swimming ability is required to participate
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Kettlebell
Ages 18 years & Up
This is the best kept secret to a lean, strong and
healthy body! Kettlebells are imported from Russia
and have been used for centuries to build strength,
flexibility and endurance. Drop fat and get lean with
this fun, challenging workout.
Day: Thursday
Time: 7:00-8:00 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic
Complex
Fee: $96
w/Resident ID: $88
24205A
Date: April 7-May 26
Key contact: John Chase
NRGZone Small Group Training
Ages 16 years & up
Get an effective, functional, and fun workout with this small-group format.
Build muscle and burn calories using TRX Suspension trainers, medicine
balls, a power pivot, cable trainer, plyometric station, and more. You’ll
improve cardiovascular ability, strength, power, and balance all at the same
time. This program is led by a Certified Personal Trainer and can be scaled
to meet participants at different levels.
Day
M
TU
TH
SA
Location
BRAC
BRAC
BRAC
ACC
Time
5:30-6:30 pm
9:30-10:30 am
9:30-10:30 am
9:00-10:00 am
Key contact: John Chase
Fee w/Res ID
$96/$88
$108/$99
$96/$88
$108/$99
Date
April 4-May 23
April 5-May 31
April 7-May 26
April 2-May 28
Code
24308A
24308B
24308C
24308D
BodyFit Boot Camp
Ages 16 years & up
BodyFit Boot Camp mixes high-intensity cardio
work with bodyweight resistance training along
with unconventional strength equipment to get a
maximum response from your body in minimum time.
This powerful small group program is sure to get your
heart pumping while developing functional strength
and torching body fat like you’ve never experienced.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 7:15-8:15 pm
Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic
Complex
Fee: $108
w/Resident ID: $99
Date: April 6-May 25
24053A
Key contact: John Chase
Core Stability & Strength for Golf
Performance
Ages 16 years & up
This program will benefit golfers at all skill levels,
improving balance, torque, strength, stamina, and
rotational movement. You’ll learn how to engage and
emphasize the critical muscles responsible for strong
torso rotation to improve your swing along with ways
develop greater mobility, control, and accuracy.
Day: Monday
Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
Location: Annerino Community Center
Fee: $96
w/Resident ID: $88
24311A
Date: April 4-May 23
Key contact: John Chase
Adults
Ages 18 years & up
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Two Con ven i e n t Lo cat i o n s
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Fitn e ss M a n a g er
John C h a s e - 630.7 8 3 . 6 6 4 8
jchase @bo lin gbro o k p a rks . org
Hou r s o f O pe r ati o n Monday-Friday 5:00 am-10:00 pm
Saturday
7:00 am-8:00 pm*
Sunday
7:00 am-6:00 pm
*Aquatic Hot Tub not available on
Saturdays after 6:00 pm
Two Full-Service Fitness Centers
Group Exercise & Aquatic Fitness Classes
Safe, Clean Facilities & Locker Rooms
State-Of-The-Art, Professionally Maintained Equipment
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M em bersh i p
L i fe S t y l e s Approach
All rates are reflected on a per month basis
Individual Fitness: $ 29
We’re more than a fitness center. We’re a partner in a journey to your
better self. We like to have fun along the way - jump into one of our
events like Parkie’s 5K. We also have themed monthly contests and
prizes designed to give back to our members.
We Offer You The Best Value For Your Fitness Dollar
No games, no gimmicks, just simple to understand
memberships with everything you need to reach
your goals!
Individual Fitness & Aquatics: $ 33.50 Includes year-round access to Pelican Harbor
Indoor/Outdoor Aquatic Park
Platinum Fitness & Aquatics: (Best value) $ 59
Includes year-round access to Pelican Harbor Aquatic
Park, all group fitness classes and aquatic fitness
classes, boot camp, kettlebell, NRGZone, childcare
for two children, one 30-minute personal training session
each month, and 12 guest passes to give to friends
and family
Couples Fitness: $ 56.50
Couples Fitness & Aquatics: $ 65
Includes year-round access to Pelican Harbor
Indoor/Outdoor Aquatic Park
$ 25
Senior/Student Fitness: Senior=62 years & up, Student=middle, high school or
college student with a minimum of 10 credit hours.
(Membership does not include childcare.)
LifeStyles Annerino Fitness Center: $ 22
Annerino membership does not include group exercise
or aqua classes. Annerino only members have access
to fitness center and basketball court at Annerino
location only.
Membership includes:
•Complete access to two full-service fitness centers
•All classes on our group exercise & aquatic fitness
schedules, including Les Mills
•FitRewards member appreciation program to reward
you with valuable prizes for participating at LifeStyles
•Personalized online body assessment and weight management program powered by DotFit
•Free personal training session upon joining
•Access to knowledgeable, motivating, professional staff
•Use of basketball courts at both centers (when available)
•Use of co-ed whirlpool
•Safe, clean facilities and locker rooms
•Warm, friendly atmosphere
•Child care for up to 2 children per member
Please remember to bring in a voided check for monthly
draft service.
Your Community Fitness Center
Fitness is more than burning calories and building muscle. It’s the
physical results and sense of wellness that comes from being with
friends, improving your health and living a complete life.
Friendly, accommodating staff, excellent group exercise and aqua
fitness options, and affordable memberships make LifeStyles your
community fitness center.
M or e For O u r M em bers
Group Exercise & More
All group exercise classes at LifeStyles are included in your
membership. Our schedule is designed to offer a variety of
programs from indoor cycling and aqua fitness to popular Les Mills
and Zumba Fitness classes.
This member appreciation program rewards you
with valuable gifts for your ongoing participation.
Each LifeStyles member is automatically registered. Activate your
account at fitrewards.com to track and receive your points!
You may be eligible for a FREE membership
through your health insurance. SilverSneakers is
a fun, energizing program that helps older adults
take greater control of their health. To check and
see if your insurance plan is eligible, log on to silversneakers.com or
call 1 (888) 423-4632.
LifeStyles Fitness Center is
the official fitness partner of
Relay For Life Bolingbrook.
Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society’s
signature fundraising overnight walk event.
Held in more than 5,200 communities and 20
countries, Relay For Life is a community event
to celebrate cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost to the disease
and fight back against cancer with moving ceremonies, live music,
food and fun activities for all ages. Teams of families, friends and coworkers raise awareness and funds for cancer research, prevention
programs and services to patients. Join us at this year’s event on June
4 at the Bolingbrook Town Center! For more information on the event or
to sign-up, visit www.relayforlife.org/bolingbrookil.
As our way of saying thank you for helping ensure more birthdays,
Relay For Life team members are eligible to receive a complimentary
one month fitness membership at LifeStyles Fitness Center. Just bring
your Relay For Life registration information to LifeStyles and we’ll get
you started on the road to fitness!
12-15 year olds must be accompanied by a parent or
guardian while using the fitness facilities or participating
in classes.
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Perso n a l T r a i n i n g
We believe that consistent exercise and proper nutrition are the
keys to a long, healthy and happy life. As Lifestyles trainers, our job
is to educate and motivate you to become a healthier individual.
Through education and motivation, we teach proper form, variety
of exercise and most of all how to have fun while making exercise
a part of your life forever. Call John Chase (Fitness Manager) at
(630) 783-6648 to schedule your appointment today!
1 to 1 Personal Training
One trainer works individually with one client to reach your goal.
Our trainers will provide a unique program designed specifically
for you in a comfortable and fun environment. Whether you’re
de-conditioned, a first time exerciser, advanced exerciser, or an
athlete looking to take your sport to the next level, we can match
you with a trainer to reach your goals.
Sessions
30 min
60 min
1
$30
$55
5
$140
$260
10
$250
$475
New Member Starter Training Package
• For new members only
• May only be used once and must be purchased within 30
days of joining
• Members can customize the package to their goals
• Starter package includes three sessions for only $99
Cancellation Policy:
Cancellation for personal training appointments must be made
at least 24 hours in advance or the full fee will be charged.
No-shows and cancellations made less than 24 hours in
advance will be charged the full price. If you cannot keep your
appointment, call your trainer or massage therapist directly or
LifeStyles at 630.739.1705
LifeStyles Fitness Focus
Remember upon joining LifeStyles, you receive a free personal
training orientation. Appointments must be made in advance
through the LifeStyles fitness desk at 630.739.1705 or by calling
John Chase (Fitness Manager) at 630.783.6648.
Buddy Training
A great way for two people with similar goals to work out together.
Our trainers will bring the fun and challenge while participants
motivate each other toward success. Price below is for both
people combined.
Sessions
Fee
1
$65
5
$350
10
$615
health insurance fitness benfits
Does your health insurance offer fitness benefits? LifeStyles
works with many programs that provide discounted or free fitness
memberships. Check with your insurance company to see if you
qualify today!
Personal Training VIP Program
Your dream. Our team. One goal - delivering RESULTS NOW. Our
new Personal Training VIP programs are designed to deliver success. Enroll, save over the long-term, and feel secure in knowing
that automatic monthly payments will keep your commitment
level high. Monthly payments are deducted from your checking
account.
6 months
12 months
2x weekly 3x weekly 2x weekly 3x weekly
30 min
$210
$286
$182
$260
60 min
$390
$559
$345
$500
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Cancellation Policy:
Cancellation for personal training must be made at least 24
hours in advance or the full fee will be charged. No-shows and
cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance will be charged
the full price. If you cannot keep your appointment, call your trainer
directly or LifeStyles at (630) 739-1705.
LifeStyles Fitness Focus
Remember upon joining LifeStyles, you receive a free personal
training orientation. Appointments must be made in advance
through the LifeStyles fitness desk at 630.739.1705 or by calling
John Chase (Fitness Manager) at 630.783.6648.
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Weight Loss Transformation
If you have at least 30 pounds to lose and are ready to transform
your lifestyle, this is the program for you!
20-week program broken down into 2 (10-week) sessions
Exercise instruction
Nutrition information
Weight loss plan
Support-meetings, email, text, and phone
Bi-monthly assessments
20 (30-minute) personal sessions for each 10-week session
Length
10-weeks
20-weeks
LifeStyles Member Fee
$480
$920
Key contact: John Chase
Non-Member Fee
$600
$1160
1966-2016
Normantown
Equestrian Center
12151 S. Normantown Rd., Plainfield, IL 60585
Phone: (815) 254-1950
Barn Hours: M-F: 9a-8p • Sat-Sun: 9a-7p
Boarding Full-Service and Dry-Stall Options
Riding Lessons All Ages and Levels in English and Western
Private and Group Lessons
Pony Parties • Pony Rides • Grooming Sessions • Scout Grooming Badge Programs • Gift Certificates
Party with the Ponies
Celebrate your birthday or other special event with our horses!
Parties may consist of 3-12 children ages 5-10 years.
The two-hour party package is available on Sundays 2-4p
and includes exclusive use of the clubroom and pony rides
led by staff members. Children who are waiting their turn
to ride will be able to groom and decorate a horse/pony.
Parties must be booked
at least two weeks in advance!
Cost: $250 | $20 per child over the maximum
(no more than 15 children per party)
To book a party, call the stable at
(815) 254-1950.
For more information call (815) 254-1950 or visit www.plfdparks.org
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Scenic Views of the Golf Course
Complimentary Event Planning Assistance
Offer the perfect blend of beauty, elegant service and affordability!
• Baby Showers
• Weddings and Showers
• Anniversary and Holiday Parties
• Corporate Meetings
• Reunions . . . and more!
Enjoy accommodations for up to 100 in our Grand View Room. Our event staff takes care of your
group from the first phone call to the last guest leaving. We offer a wideselection of your favorite
menu items. Let us do the planning so you won’t have to.
Space fills up quickly. Call 630.783.6604 and reserve your event today!
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630.739.2377
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9-Hole Public Course
Leagues (Senior leagues opening this year)
Outings & Events
About the Course
Boughton Ridge Golf Course is a premier 9-hole facility located in Bolingbrook, just minutes
from three major highways. Situated on 45 beautiful acres, this 9-hole, 2227-yard par 32 course
features contoured fairways and water on seven holes. The Lily Cache Creek meanders through
five holes and feeds a large lake. Providing further challenge, 21 sand traps lay in wait to test
your game. Watered tees, fairways and greens provide lush turf and reward well-played shots.
USGA Rating 31.0
Slope: 105
Par: 32
335 E. Boughton Rd. |
630.739.2377
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h i dde n oa ks co nservat io n a r ea
4 1 9 Trout Fa r m Roa d | 630. 739. 2600
Fa c i l i ty Ma n a ge r
Mel i n d a Wea ve r | 630. 910. 2303 | mw ea ve r @ b ol ing b rookparks.org
New Hours (April 1-October 31)
Monday-Saturday 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Sunday Noon-5:00 pm
Hidden Oaks Conservation Area is located on 80 acres and offers unlimited opportunities for the public to explore woodlands,
savannas, wetlands, and to fish in one of the four stocked lakes. Through interactive exhibits and hands on activities, the Nature
Center inspires curiosity and exploration of the natural world in guests of all ages. A goal of the Center is to offer quality Environmental
Education programming. Whether hitting the trails with a self-guided Discovery Pack, registering for innovative nature programs,
or joining in on our Nature Summer camps, the community will easily find nature (outdoor) activities the whole family can enjoy.
Admission is free.
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S u n day, M ay 1 . 11: 0 0 a m - 3: 0 0 pm
H i d d e n oa k s co n s e r vat i o n a r e a
Join us for our annual celebration of the earth,
sustainable practices and how to better connect
with the world around you.
E nter the earthaid
coloring contest ! See page 36
Nature Explorations
Bolingbrook Park District joins Chicago Wilderness in a regional
initiative called “No Child Left Inside” with the goal of improving
children’s health and fostering generations of children who care
enough about nature to protect it.
School and Scout Programs
School and Scout groups can explore a variety of learning
opportunities offered through the Nature Center. Our skilled
Naturalists have the experience and resources to guide groups
on an amazing educational nature adventure. All programs are
aligned to state standards or scout badge requirements.
For more information on school and scout programs please
contact, Andy Tuszynski, Environmental Education Supervisor
at 630.910.2304 or s c ho o l s @ b o l i n g b ro o kp a rks.o rg or
sco [email protected] ling bro o k p a rk s.o rg .
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact:
vol unte e r @bo ling bro ok p a rks.o rg
Program Meeting Locations
• Winston Woods - pavilion on Winston Drive
• Gateway Wetlands - parking area at the end of Anne Lane
• Hidden Lakes - outside the Tackle Box Bait Shop
• Hidden Oaks Nature Center - check in at the reception desk
• J.S. Boan Woods - park pavilion
• Volunteer Park - north side by lake
Outreach programs
Have an experienced environmental educator come to your site!
Available for groups, schools, scouts, homeschool groups and
more. Contact Hidden Oaks for more information.
SNAPs
The Stewards of Natural Areas in the Parks, or SNAPs, is a
volunteer group dedicated to restoring and protecting the natural
areas managed by the Bolingbrook Park District. Volunteers assist
the Natural Resources staff during scheduled workdays in land
management activities such as clearing brush, collecting native
seed and removing litter in the district’s natural areas. Workdays
are an excellent opportunity to fulfill service hour requirements for
school, confirmation, or scouting.
SNAPs volunteers gain personal satisfaction from accomplishing
tasks that benefits the community while cultivating lasting
friendships with others who share their concern for the
environment.
Please RSVP to vol unt [email protected] b ol i ngb rookp a rks.org
March 19 | 9:30-11:00 am | Hidden Oaks Nature Center
April 16 | 9:30-11:00 am | Knights of Columbus Park
(park on Rockhurst)
May 21 | 9:30-11:00 am | Hidden Lakes River Sweep
June 18 | 9:30-11:00 am | Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Additional workdays can be arranged for organized groups upon
request. Volunteers under 14 years of age must be accompanied
by an adult and ALL volunteers must have a signed waiver to
participate. Tools, safety equipment and training are provided at
each workday.
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Extend your backyard with Hidden Oaks Nature Center and enjoy a 10’x10’
Community Garden plot. Reserve your plot and plant through the growing
season (April 15 - November 1). Plots are $20.
Successful Vegetable
Gardening FREE! See page 8
Bond with your family and share the joy of planting vegetables, heirloom
gardens and other garden staples. We’ve added more water tank capacity
for your convenience as well as a community message board.
For more information call: 630.739.2600.
hidden lakes historic trout farm
Located near the northwest corner of Schmidt and Boughton Roads at the bottom of the hill
on Trout Farm Road. With the aid of CorLands, Bolingbrook Park District acquired Hidden
Lakes in 1988.
2016 Fishing Derbies
Don’t miss the excitement of reeling in a prize fish during a fishing
derby. Bait and tackle will be sold as usual in the Tackle Box Bait
Shop. Prize categories and prizes will vary by derby. Bring some
spare change to purchase raffle tickets for fun fishing prizes.
Derby entry fee: $12; derby permit fee is $5
Note: A Hidden Lakes fishing permit is required for all adults
age 16 and older to participate in the derby. Derby rules vary by
derby. Five catfish or three trout catch limit on derby days.
Hidden Oaks staff and the public will not be given dates to
when the lakes will be stocked, as stocking occurs on a random
schedule correlating with the sale of permits.
2 0 1 6 F ishing D erby S chedule
April 16
10:00 am-2:00 pm
Trout Derby
May 14
4:00-8:00 pm
Catfish Derby
June 11
4:00-8:00 pm
Catfish Derby
July 16
4:00-8:00 pm
Catfish Derby
August 20
4:00-8:00 pm
Catfish Derby
October 8
11:00 am-3:00 pm
Trout Derby
October 29
11:00 am-3:00 pm
Trout Derby
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The Tackle Box Bait Shop 630.759.2381
The Tackle Box is a modest but well equipped bait shop that
stocks live bait including worms and minnows as well as other
fishing tackle and supplies. Food and snacks are also available.
General hours of operation are as followed but are subject to
change and will be posted.
Spring
Summer
Fall
April 1-May 31
June 1-August 31
September 1-October 31
8:00 am-6:00 pm
7:00 am-7:00 pm
8:00 am-6:00 pm
Fishing Permits
Do you have your 2016 Hidden Lakes fishing permit? All adults
age 16 and older are required to have a Hidden Lakes permit.
Permits are valid from April 1 to March 31 of the following year.
Revenue generated from permit fees goes to stocking the lakes
with a seasonal variety of fish.
Stop in at Annerino Community Center, Bolingbrook Recreation
and Aquatic Complex, Hidden Oaks Nature Center or Hidden
Lakes to get your annual permit.
In order to qualify for the resident discount at Hidden Lakes, you
must present your resident identification.
Annual Permit
Annual Permit with Resident ID
1-Day Permit
1-Day Permit with Resident ID
Fishing Pole Rental
$45
$30
$10
$8
$6
P e l i ca n H a r bo r I ndo o r / O ut do o r Aquat ic Pa r k
200 S. Lindsey Lane | 630.739.1777 | bolingbrookparks.org
A quati c Ma n a ge r
Tim Jaskiewicz | 630.783.6637 |
[email protected]
A s s i s ta nt Aquati c Ma n a ge r
Beth Brown | 630.783.6660 | [email protected]
Summer Pelican Passes
go on sale March 1
for new pass holders
Buy early and Save!
Fees increase on May 15.
Passes are valid from May 28 September 30, 2016
Early Bird Prices
March 1 - May 15:
Fee
$77/person
w/Resident ID $55/person
After May 15:
Fee
w/Resident ID
$82/person
$60/person
(please visit bolingbrookparks.org for exact
summer aquatic operational schedule)
Zero-Depth Entry Pool
Lap Pool
Two Water Slides
Parkie the Pelican Tot Slide
Tumble Buckets
10-Person Hot Tub
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PU BLIC SWIM A DMISSION
Fee$8/person
w/ Resident ID $6/person
Children two and under are admitted free.
Hours
Monday, Wednesday & Friday Saturday & Sunday
4:00-8:00 pm
12:00-6:00 pm
Pelican Harbor follows the Valley View School
District calendar and will be open for public swim
from 12:00-8:00 pm on days school is scheduled
to be closed.
GROU P A DMISSIONS
(Prior reservations necessary)
Fee (20 or more)
$6/person
w/ Resident ID
$4/person
LA P SWIM
Fee$5/person
w/ Resident ID $4/person
Whether swimming for enjoyment or exercise, lap
swimming is a great way to stay in shape while
enjoying the water around you! Enjoy use of the
lap lanes every hour that the aquatic complex
is open.
Hours
Monday-Friday
Saturday and Sunday
5:00 am -9:50 pm
7:00 am-5:50 pm
PARENT/ TOT SWIM
Fee$5/person
w/ Resident ID $4/person
Infants-7 years of age with parent
Splash time for parents with small tots!
Parents and kids can enjoy splashing fun in the
leisure pool of the Indoor Aquatic Park! Parent
or guardian must be in the water with child at
all times and within an arms-reach of the child
depending on swimming ability. It is the parent/
guardian’s responsibility to be actively engaged
with children at all times during parent/tot swim.
Hours
Monday-Friday
Sunday
10:30 am-3:00 pm
8:00 am-11:30 am
Note: Parent/Tot will follow Sunday hours on
Valley View school days off. Children 2 and under
are free.
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Spl a sh ta s t i c Speci a l E v en t s
Parkie’s Egg Hunt
Ages 1-8 years
Hunt for toy-filled eggs like never before - in the water! Some eggs will
contain special tickets for a bonus prize. Parents please plan on getting
in the pool with your child. Bags and baskets may be brought to the pool,
but will not be allowed in the water during the hunt. Everyone registered
for the hunt is invited to stay and swim during public swim after the hunt
is over.
Age (Years)
2-5
6-8
Time
11:30-11:45 am
11:45 am-noon
Day: Saturday
Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
Fee: $10
w/ Resident ID: $7
Date: March 26
Key Contact: Beth Brown
Code
26441A
26441B
Scout Merit Badge Night
Do you or your troop need to fulfill an Aquatic Merit Badge
requirement? Come to Pelican Harbor to earn that badge. After you have
met your requirements you can stay, splash and ride the slide having fun
at our Indoor Aquatic Park.
Day: Friday
Time: 5:00-8:00 pm
Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
Fee: $5 person swimming. Parents watching are free.
Dates: March 18, April 15, May 13
Home School Swim
Do you or your Home School group looking to have a splashing good
time? Come to Pelican Harbor the first Wednesday each month during
the school year.
Day: Wednesday
Time: 1:00-3:00 pm
Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
Fee: $6/person swimming. Parents watching are free.
Dates: April 6, May 4
Parkie the Pelican’s Poolside Birthday Parties!
Swim, splash and slide at Pelican Harbor Aquatic Park. Includes all day
admission during public swim hours, one hour and 15 minutes at the indoor
party area with your own ice cream cake, pizza, pop, and a souvenir back
pack for the birthday child.
Indoor Season
Monday-Friday $228
$198
w/Resident ID Saturday & Sunday
$244
w/Resident ID$214
Extra guests (more than 15)$6/person
w/Resident ID$4/person
Outdoor Season (May 28-September 5)
Monday-Friday $268
$228
w/Resident ID Saturday & Sunday
w/Resident ID $284
$244
Extra guests (more than 15)$8/person
w/Resident ID$6/person
a q u at i c M e m b e r s h i p
Have a splashing good time year around and avoid the long lines! For
your convenience, we offer membership for a low monthly rate. Just
$11.50/month or $8.50/month for residents!
Membersh i p h as i t s B en ef it s
• $5 Discount off group swim lessons
• $15 Discount off poolside birthday parties
• $25 Discount off private pool parties
• Pelican Harbor Reusable Bag
• Refillable Pelican Harbor cup for use at Harbor Treats
• Admission to “Members Only”events throughout the year
• Ability to purchase five punch card at $50 for reduced admission
rate of non-resident guests.
General Information about Pelican
Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park
• Parents or guardians are responsible for the
supervision of their children. Aquatic staff
members are on duty to enforce rules and to
respond in the event of an emergency.
• Entry into the Indoor Aquatic Park is through the
LifeStyles Fitness Center.
• Lined bathing suits are required in pool area
• Personal flotation devices (arm floats, flotation
bathing suits, etc.) will not be permitted unless
they are U.S. Coast Guard approved.
• No rafts or noodles are permitted.
• Children under 10 years of age must be
accompanied by an adult 18 years of age
or older.
• Lockers are available for use at no charge.
Bring your own lock or purchase one for $6.
• Anyone not toilet trained must wear a swim
diaper and a lined bathing suit.
• Pelican Harbor reserves the right to close
attractions due to low attendance.
PRIVATE RENTALS
Are you interested in sliding, swimming, and
playing in “your own aquatic complex?”. Exclusive
use of The Bolingbrook Aquatic Complex is
available for two-hour rentals to private parties
beginning at 6:15 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Pricing includes 50 people.
Private Rental: $359
w/ Resident ID: $299
Extra Guests (over 50): $6/person
w/ Resident ID (over 50): $4/person
Private Swim Lessons
Exercise, learn new techniques, or learn the
strokes necessary for quality swimming in a oneon-one educational setting. Serious learning and
serious fun! Pass given at the time of registration must be kept and swiped in order to get the
private lesson. Instructor will be assigned when
a lesson is purchased. There is a 1:1 student to
instructor ratio.
10 Single Private Lesson Pass: $180
- buy 9 individual private lessons get 1 free
5 Single Private Lesson Pass:
$95
30-minutes Private (single person): $20
P leas e v i s i t bo l i ng b ro o k p a rk s .o rg fo r m o re i n fo rm ation
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Skate School
(Ages 3 & Up)
SIGN UP NOW
Receive a FREE Public Skate
PASS WORTH OVER $
100!
From TOT Classes through Free Skate
Rocket Ice offers great class times and great instructors.
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Meets Once Per Week • Choose Any of These Great Times:
Tue 5:10, 5:55 pm • Wed 1:10 pm • Thu 5:10, 5:55 pm
Sat 10:40, 11:25 am • Sun 11:30 am, 12:15 pm
10 Week Sesson: Tot - $160 • Basic $183
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Learn to Play Hockey(Ages 4 & Up)
Our hockey programs are designed to provide a fun and active
atmosphere for learning the fastest game on ice!
Level 1 Learn to Play Hockey • Meets Once Per Week
Choose Any of These Great Times: Mon 5:10pm
Wed: 4:50, 5:20pm • Thur 6:00pm • Sat 9:10 am
Sun 11:25am, 12:10pm • Ages 4-8 • $141 for 7 Weeks.
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1:10-3:20pm
PARTIES
1:00-3:20pm
AVAILABLE
Saturday Nights Cosmic Skate
8:10-10:10pm
Saturdays
Sundays
Skating on Days Off School - See Rockin’
Skate Calendar at RocketIce.Com
Adult/Youth (12 & up) $7.00
Children $6.00 • Skate Rental $3.00
Call now to book
YOUR Party!
630.679.1700 or
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Lily Cache Special Recreation Association
(LCSRA) represents the partnership between
Bolingbrook and Plainfield Park Districts in their
mission to serve the special needs population.
Our goal is to provide recreational programs
which build self-esteem and promote a lifetime
of growth. LCSRA fosters an environment which
allows individuals to discover their own unique
potential and abilities.
I nclusion Services
An individual with a disability can have a
beneficial experience by participating with
their non-disabled peers in Plainfield and
Bolingbrook park district programs. LCSRA
supports inclusive experiences by training staff,
adapting activities, working with behavioral
modifications and more. It’s our belief that all
individuals should have access to participate at
the highest level of his/her ability.
Participants and P rograms
We offer a diverse range of programs, including
our back to back Saturday classes specifically
designed for youth on the autism spectrum:
• Sensory Art - where participants create their
own masterpieces using different sensory
textures to stimulate their senses.
• Lunch Bunch - where the focus of this group
will be conversational skills, eye contact and
various social skills.
• Musical Melodies - where we will provide a
variety of musical selections to listen to, play
along with and move to.
• Hang Time - where we teach the social skills
that are needed to participate in social events.
• Yoga - where participants learn to become
calm, control their behaviors, attain new skills
and enjoy the world around them.
JOIN OUR MAILING LIST
Be sure you’re on the list to receive our seasonal brochure full of the latest programs and events.
Simply email Jill Mukushina at [email protected] or call 630.783.6583.
L i ly C a c h e S p e c i a l R e c r e at i o n A s s o c i at i o n
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Bolingbrook Athletic Council
B.A.C. President
Dan Falese
(630) 768-6950
[email protected]
B.A.C. Vice-President
Mike Cosgrove
[email protected]
B.A.C. Secretary
Maggi Jenkins
Bolingbrook Youth Baseball League (BYBL)
Kevin Sneed, President (630) 862-9803
Bolingbrook Community Basketball (BCB)
Jetaun Staley, President & B.A.C. Rep.
Mustangs Flag Football
Lenny Criddle, President Mark Jenkins, B.A.C. Rep.
Panthers Sports Club
Terry Curran, President Steve Yuan, B.A.C. Rep.
(630) 674-7470
(630) 862-7792
Bolingbrook Trojan/Pop Warner Football and
Cheerleading / Dance
Pop Warner Little Scholars is an international program operated for
the benefit of its youthful participants. Since 1929, the program
philosophy has been: academics and athletes go hand in hand.
Every year, Pop Warner recognizes many Trojan participants for their
Academic accomplishments. The Bolingbrook Trojan program has
been rated as one of the top programs in the country.
HOME OF THE 1992 & 1994 NATIONAL CHAMPS
2005 3rd PLACE FINISH
NATIONAL RUNNER UP 1988, 1990, 1997, 2002, 2001 & 2014
IN FOOTBALL
HOME OF THE NATIONAL CHEERLEADING / DANCE FINALIST
FROM 1996 - 2014
HOME OF THE 2005 & 2006 NATIONAL 5TH PLACE
CHEERLEADNG WINNER
HOME OF THE 2009 NATIONAL 4TH PLACE DANCE WINNER
(630) 362-8997
Bolingbrook Soccer Club (BSC)
John Sidman, President
(630) 878-9291
Tee Ball Association
Mark Jenkins, President & B.A.C. Rep.
(630) 759-4342
Trojan Youth Athletic Association
Mike Cosgrove, President
[email protected]
Bolingbrook Cricket League
Mir Ali, President
(630) 862-6957
Park District Representative
Chris Corbett
(630) 783-6642
Age/Weight
Division
TINY-MITE
(older/lighter)
MITEY-MITE
(older/lighter)
JUNIOR PEEWEE
(older/lighter)
PEEWEE
(older/lighter)
JUNIOR MIDGET
(older/lighter)
MIDGET
(older/lighter)
UNLIMITED
(older/lighter)
Age
Certification Weight Range
5-6-7
No older/lighter
7-8-9
N/A
8-9-10
11*
9-10-11
12*
10-11-12
13*
12-13-14
15*
11-12-13-14
No older/lighter
35-75 lbs
No older/lighter
50-100 lbs
N/A
65-115 lbs
65-95 lbs
80-130 lbs
80-110 lbs
95-155 lbs
95-130 lbs
110-180 lbs
110-160 lbs
105+ lbs
No older/lighter
**Maximum Weight at certification (beginning of season). Players
are allowed 1lb. per week during the season up to a maximum of 9
pounds. *A child’s age on July 31 is his/her age for the season.
The Trojan Season of Conference games run from August through
October. At Registration, a photocopy of the child’s birth certificate
is required. For Registration dates, locations, and general
information, please refer to website: bolingbrooktrojans.net. If you
need more information on football, cheer or dance please contact.
Mike Cosgrove, President
Cordell Smith, VP of Operations
Randy King, VP of Administration
Peggy Deck, Cheer Director
(815) 409-0557
(630) 276-6937
(630) 258-8044
(630) 484-1323
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Bolingbrook Youth Baseball League (BYBL)
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Give your favorite baseball player the most thrilling and authentic
baseball experience available and help prepare them for moving
on to more challenging and competitive play. The Bolingbrook
Youth Baseball League (BYBL) is the local youth league that
delivers on this promise.
Boundary and other SWILA communities in the Southwest
Suburbs. There will be standings, playoffs and a championship
game for each division at Silver Cross Field in Joliet, home of
the Joliet Slammers. Division assignments for the fall season are
determined by player’s age as of April 30, 2017.
All BYBL home games are played at either Indian Boundary Park
or Wipfler Park. Indian Boundary Park provides big game thrills
thanks to:
BYBL Spring Baseball
For the 2016 season, registration begins online starting in
November, 2015, and in-person registration begins in January
2016. More information can be found at www.bybl.org.
• Grass infields
• Lighted fields (enabling night games)
• Raised mounds
• Electronic scoreboards
BYBL has several divisions for your child to play in, and offers
programs for ages 7-28. The Pinto and Mustang Division (ages
7-10) have minimal travel to nearby communities, with most
games being played here in Bolingbrook. The Bronco and Pony
Divisions (ages 11-14) incorporate more travel dates top those
nearby communities.
Colt, Palomino & Collegiate divisions (ages 15-28) play in the
SWILA Baseball Association, a competitive league for High
School and Collegiate Players. These leagues are made up of
high school and collegiate students who have a passion for
baseball, and wish to continue their excellent play at a
competitive level.
Need more information? Visit www.bybl.org or contact:
Kevin Sneed, President (630) 862-9803
[email protected]
Web Page www.bybl.org
Facebook facebook.com/BolingbrookBaseball
P l a y B a s e b a l l S p r i n g , F a l l a n d Tr a v e l !
BYBL Spring Baseball
For the 2016 season, registration begins online starting in
November, 2015, and in-person registration begins in January
2016. More information can be found at www.bybl.org
BYBL Fall Baseball
Pinto, Mustang, Bronco, Pony Divisions
Fall 2015 registration is open online at bybl.org starting in June.
Season will start in early September. All divisions are scheduled a
minimum of 10 games, with no standings or play-offs. All games
are played at Indian Boundary or Wipfler Fields. No volunteer fees
or fundraising are required. Division assignments for the fall ball
season are determined by player’s age as of April 30, 2017. More
information can be found at www.bybl.org.
Colt & Palomino Divisions
Registration is open online at bybl.org starting in June. Season
will start in early September and run until late October. These
divisions will play games on all weekdays and weekends but
not more than 2 games a week. Games are played at Indian
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BYBL “Rampage” Travel Baseball
Bolingbrook Youth Baseball League is proud to announce that
the spring 2016 season will be the seventh season for Rampage
Baseball, our full-time travel baseball program. We intend to have
travel teams for 8U-15U (birth date as of April 30, 2017). Tryouts
for Rampage Baseball will be in late July and early August. Check
www.bybl.org for exact dates.
For “Frequently Asked Questions” about our program, go to the
“FAQs” link on our Rampage Baseball website: www.bolingbrookrampage.com
Contact Jason Stoddard, Travel Director, at [email protected]
for more information.
Play HARD! Play SMART! Play RAMPAGE!
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is BYBL?
BYBL is the local chapter of PONY Baseball, Inc. (Protect Our
Nation’s Youth) and a member of the Greater DuPage PONY
Baseball Association (GDPBA). PONY believes that rather than
change the rules of the game to make it possible for young
people to play, it is better to change the size of the playing field
s and to adjust them to the potential of the players. For our Pinto
and Mustang divisions (youngest players) they are taught
fundamentals from the start, in a controlled environment that
allows them to learn, while enhancing their skills, and still play
real baseball too.
What are the advantages of BYBL?
Authentic baseball rules right from the start, allowing both
wind-up and stretch pitching, lead-offs and base stealing - all
skills players will need as they advance.
What fundamentals are taught?
Coaches work with the kids on how to pitch and catch, the
fundamentals of fielding, batting, lead-offs, and stealing. They are
taught how to play real baseball.
What gives BYBL a big game feel?
Some of our fields are lighted allowing evening games, and some
feature raised mounds for a more authentic experience, grass (as
opposed to dirt) infields, electronic scoreboards and nearby travel
for away games for the older kids in the Spring, which helps build
team spirit and prepare players for the future.
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My child was in Tee-ball/Coach-pitch last year, what next?
You’ve come to the right place. Most all of the kids in BYBL
started in the tee-ball league and may have played in
coach-pitch. Either the Pinto or the Mustang division is
where your child would play.
league, but season standings are kept and there is post-season
play resulting in a Mustang champion.
Is there a lot of travel involved?
No. Most Pinto and Mustang division games are played in
Bolingbrook. Bronco through Palomino divisions travel to
neighboring communities for away games.
Similar to our Pinto Division, all players have equivalent playing
time, and rules are in place for younger pitchers to allow them
opportunity as well. In Mustang, children can expect to play
approximately 18-20 games each spring season and all games
are completed prior to the 4th of July, leaving family summer
vacations intact. Uniforms are provided: MLB replica jersey and
cap, pants and socks.
Are uniforms included in the registration fees?
Yes. All players will receive a complete uniform including pants,
socks, jersey and hat. Pinto, Mustang, Bronco and Pony age
players receive MLB replica uniform jerseys and caps.
All Mustang games are played right here in Bolingbrook. This
too, is a fun age for children’s baseball as they continue to
develop and refine baseball skills and learn to “think” the
game of baseball.
Are families required to participate in fundraising during the
spring season?
Candy sales are offered to help offset some of the registration
costs of playing spring baseball and to help keep the cost of
playing affordable. One of the main benefits of our sale is that
BYBL only asks families to sell candy per family (not sell boxes
for each child playing). Families also have the option to buy-out
and not sell the candy.
BYBL Bronco Division: Ages 11 and 12
The Bronco division is for the 11 and 12 year old child looking to
build on their baseball experience. Leadoffs, the sacrifice bunt,
and hit and run plays are all a part of the Bronco division. Players
also get the chance to play on a larger diamond (70 ft bases) for
that big league feel, and pitch from 48 ft. Coaches at this level
refine the baseball skills and fundamentals of the players
without losing site of the main objective - to have fun. Children
can expect to play approximately 18-20 games each spring
season. Uniforms are provided: MLB replica jersey and cap,
pants, belts and socks.
BYBL Divisions
BYBL Pinto Division: Ages 7 and 8
The Pinto division is intended for 7 and 8 year old players that
want to take the next step after playing coach-pitch or tee-ball.
Children will begin to learn the whole game of baseball. They will
begin to learn how to pitch from the wind-up and stretch, catch,
steal bases, play the outfield, hit the cutoff man, defend the steal,
acknowledge base signs, and turn the double play. For this age
player, the base path is set at 50 ft., and they pitch from 38 ft.
The Pinto Division is intended to be an instructional league, but
season standings are kept and there is post-season play resulting
in a Pinto champion.
All players have equivalent playing time, and rules are in place f
or younger pitchers to allow them opportunity as well. In Pinto,
children can expect to play approximately 14-16 games each
spring season and all games are completed prior to the 4th
of July, leaving family summer vacations intact. Uniforms are
provided: MLB replica jersey and cap, pants and socks.
All Pinto games are played right here in Bolingbrook. This is an
extremely fun age for children’s baseball as they develop and
refine baseball skills and learn to “think” the game of baseball.
BYBL Mustang Division: Ages 9 and 10
The Mustang division is intended for 9 and 10 year old
players that want to take the next step after playing in our Pinto
division or Coach-Pitch. Children will enhance what they have
already learned in the Pinto Division and integrate it into a more
competitive and faster paced environment. The base path is
adjusted to 60 ft. for this age player, and they pitch from 44
ft. The Mustang Division is still intended to be an instructional
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BYBL Pony Division: Ages 13 and 14
The Pony division is for the 13 and 14 year old interested in
enjoying a season rich with baseball and healthy competition.
The Pony Division is fun and exciting and played the way
baseball is meant to be played. This is real baseball. Leadoffs,
stealing bases, bunting, hit and run plays, and pick-offs are just
some of the nuances of the game at this level. Games are played
on the same size fields as middle school at this age (80ft bases),
with a 54 ft. mound. Children can expect to play approximately
21-24 games each spring season. Uniforms are provided: MLB
replica jersey and cap, pants, belts and socks.
Colt Division (Ages 15-16), Palomino Division (Ages 17-19),
Collegiate Division (Ages 18-28)
Colt, Palomino & Collegiate divisions will play in the SWILA
Baseball Association, a competitive league for High School and
Collegiate Players, that has teams from Chicago’s SW Suburbs
playing 18 spring games (9 home & 9 away), an All-star Game at
Silver Cross Field in Joliet and Playoffs leading to the Championship games to be played at Silver Cross Field, home of the Joliet
Slammers. All Colt registrants will be drafted to a team. The
Palomino Division registrants may or may not be assigned to a
team on the discretion of the team(s) Head Coach. Any Palomino
or Collegiate registrants who are not assigned to a team would
receive a full refund. These divisions will play games from midMay thru July. Playoffs and Championships will run thru the end
of July 26. Please see the SWILA website for more information.
www.swilabaseball.com.
BOLINGBROOK SOCCER CLUB
The goal of soccer is fun: Recreational and Competitive Teams
The Bolingbrook Soccer Club has a soccer program to meet your
desire. Whether you are looking for recreational and educational
soccer (in-house) or high level competition soccer (traveling).
The BSC recreational Fall/Spring program has six varying
age levels for kids to experience a progressive level of soccer
concepts and competition. Mini Soccer program for 4 year olds
and continue through our Senior Division for 12 to 14 year olds.
Registration in a particular division will be limited based on the
number of coaches available.
The BSC recreational program now offers aWinter program as
well for players between 7-10 yrs old; which is held at a local
Bolingbrook facility. Program is an 8 week program in January
and February.
The BSC traveling program has teams for boys or girls at most
levels for ages 7 to 18. Please check the Bolingbrook Soccer
Club website for more details. The fees for our traveling program
are some of the lowest in the Chicago area. The girl’s teams
participate in the Illinois Women’s Soccer League (IWSL) and the
boy’s teams participate in the Young Sportsman’s Soccer League
(YSSL). Get the competitive soccer experience for which you are
looking at one-third the cost of other local clubs.
To make any program a success and to ensure everyone has
an opportunity to play, volunteer coaches are needed. If you are
interested in coaching, you can volunteer online, at registration,
or call Derek Kaczmarczyk, Director Coaching.
Next available registration: Fall 16 Rec Programs.
• Begins June 1 online at www.bolingbrooksoccerclub.org
• Rec Registration Fee is only $85 +$7 Park District
maintenance fee.
Bolingbrook Magic Travel/AAU Basketball
Boys 3rd Grade-12th Grade (9U-18U)
www.bcbbasketball.org
Bolingbrook Magic Spring/Summer AAU Travel Program for 3rd
Grade - High School (9U-18U):
Bolingbrook Magic offers players the opportunity to improve their
individual skills while learning how to participate in a “team first”
environment. Players and teams will be selected based on skill
level so that everyone will be given an opportunity to further
develop as responsible student/athletes while being able to
showcase their athletic skills as we instruct and promote
competitive youth basketball at the highest level. Players
participating in the upcoming Spring/Summer season for
Bolingbrook Magic travel teams will compete in competitive/exposure tournaments against other talented youth
basketball teams.
Please check the website for evaluation dates and times.
For additional information regarding the Magic Travel Program or
if you are interested in coaching one of the Travel teams, please
visit us on the web at www.bcbbasketball.org or email us at
[email protected]
Website: www.bcbbasketball.org
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BCBMagic
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BCB.BolingbrookMagic
Some Wish for It…
WE Work for It
Traveling Tryouts:
• Girls HS will begin Early May.
• Tryouts for U8-U14 Girls and Boys will be the first week
of June.
• See the website for details about dates and times.
• www.bolingbrooksoccerclub.org
Go to Website for more details starting in April 2016
For more information, please contact:
John Sidman, President
Greg Meyer, Vice-President
Keith Dirl, VP of Rec Program
Kividi Kikama, VP of Travel Program
Derek Kaczmarczyk, Director of Coaching
(630) 878-9291
(630) 759-7623
(630) 827-3277
(630) 205-9798
(312) 480-6953
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PANTHER SPORTS CLUB (Girls Athletic Programs)
I t ’s n o t h o w B I G y o u a r e , i t ’s h o w B I G y o u p l a y ! ! !
Panther Sports Club is the ONLY BAC sanctioned organization
devoted entirely to providing GIRLS with sporting opportunities.
Panthers has served the Bolingbrook community for close to 30
years by providing organized volleyball, softball and basketball
throughout the year. We accomplish this by teaching fundamentals
and sportsmanship in an atmosphere of healthy competition and
safety. Each of our sports offers in-house recreational play, as well
as more competitive program options. We look forward to working
with you and your daughters so come and join the fun!
Travel Basketball
The Panther Sports Club Travel Basketball program is ranked as one
of the top 100 programs in the country! If you have completed a few
seasons of in-house basketball and think you are ready to play in
a nationally ranked, more competitive environment, please contact
the Travel Basketball Commissioner, Chris Smith for details about
tryouts. You can contact Chris via email at [email protected]
Slow Pitch Softball
Designed to be instructional with a nice competitive twist. Everyone
plays and has fun!
Registration for Slow Pitch Softball will take place every Saturday in
February and on the last Wednesday of February. Check the website
for exact dates, times and locations.
Slow Pitch levels include:
•Coach Pitch (ages 5-7) focuses on teaching the basics of softball.
•Ponytails (ages 8-10) is still instructional; the girls pitch and we keep
score.
•Majors (ages 11-13) is still instructional, just more experience.
•Seniors (ages 14-18) is still instructional and this is the next level of
talent.
Everyone plays at all levels. The season runs from the end of April
through the end of June. For more information please visit the
Panthers website at www.PantherSportsClub.com.
Fastpitch Softball
Panthers Fastpitch offers in-house and travel level fastpitch softball
for girls ages 6 - 18. It is a great way to be competitive while learning
the fundamentals of the game.
Suburban League and also attend a number of tournaments throughout the season. Inquire with the commissioner on roster openings.
For more information including registration dates, roster openings,
tryouts and fees, please visit the Panthers website or contact the
commissioner at [email protected]
Club Volleyball
Club volleyball is for the athlete who is interested in taking her skills
of setting, hitting and serving to the next level and is ready for a more
competitive environment. The Club Volleyball season begins as the
In-House season is ending. Tryouts for the younger levels will be in
October. The older levels will be in November after the high school
seasons finish; actual dates TBD. Our tournaments typically run from
December through April. For more information please contact the
commissioner at [email protected]
In-House Volleyball
In-House Volleyball begins in late August and runs through
December. Make sure to sign up next year in the months of July
and August. Check our website and Facebook page in late spring
for more information.
In-House Basketball
Our In-House Basketball program works on teaching the fundamental
basketball skills of dribbling, passing, shooting, and playing defense
for the appropriate age level. Starting basketball at an early age gives
girls a chance to develop fundamental skills they can use in more
competitive school and club programs in the future while developing a love for the game. We provide playing opportunities for ages 7
through High School. The In-House program has begun and will continue through mid-March. Come out and enjoy some games! Please
check our website for the team rosters and game schedules.
For more information, please contact:
Terry Curran, President
[email protected]
Mark Coleman, Vice President
[email protected]
Jen Shroba, In-House Volleyball In
[email protected]
Registration for the In-House Spring 2016 typically concludes by
end of January, 2016, but contact the fastpitch commissioner if you
have an interested player after that date for possible roster openings.
Players are grouped by 8U (8 years old and under), 10U, 12U, and
16/18U. The age of a player on January 1 of the upcoming season
determines the level she will play. The number of teams is determined
by the number of players that sign up. New coaches are always
welcome to the club too.
Rob Slepicka, Fastpitch Softball
[email protected]
We start with winter training in January, with teams gathering to
practice together by April. Our teams play in the Southwest Suburban
League, playing against teams in nearby towns including Naperville,
Oswego, Downers Grove, Romeoville, Lockport and Lisle. The
season runs from early May through July.
Chris Smith, Travel Basketball
[email protected]
Travel team tryouts were conducted in July 2015 for the 2016 season.
The travel team participates in the travel level of the Southwest
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Chris Petersen, Slow Pitch Softball
[email protected]
Angie Gillman, In-House Basketball
[email protected]
Greg Torkelson, Club Volleyball
[email protected]
Or see www.PantherSportsClub.com
BOLINGBROOK TEE-BALL AND COACH PITCH FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS
Bolingbrook Mustang Youth Flag Football
Season Begins: Fall 2016
“TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME!” Boys and girls ages 4
through 8 will have fun learning teamwork, sportsmanship and
fundamental baseball skills in a minimally competitive league.
Registration starts in January. Practices start in late March.
The season starts in late April and concludes with play-offs,
(Coach Pitch), in mid-July. All games are held at the Central
Park tee-ball fields.
Bolingbrook Mustang Youth Flag Football invites you to play
the competitive, contact sport of football, without the tackling.
You will be taught the fundamentals of football and will play
regardless of experience. Teams compete from September to
October, with the Bronco & Stallion teams qualifying for a single
game elimination playoff tournament. After playoffs, the
remaining two teams in each division play in the Flag Bowl. All
players receive a League Uniform, and a Participation Trophy.
We also host Movie Night Under the Stars & a Homecoming
Celebration for present & past parents and players.
Lil’ Tees League (4 year olds)
A program for boys and girls who turn 4 before July 31st are
introduced to the basics of hitting a ball from a baseball tee,
catching, throwing and running the bases in a non-competitive
instructional league. All practices and games are approximately
60 minutes in length and are held on Friday nights at the Central
Park tee-ball fields. Enrollment is limited. For more details, call
Steve Filano at (630) 441-8887.
Tee-Ball League (5-6 year olds)
Boys and girls who are 5-6 years-old by July 31st are eligible
to play tee-ball. Players bat at a ball that is placed on a batting
tee. Kids develop basic baseball skills in a minimally competitive league with a 10-game schedule. Enrollment is limited. For
more information, call Mark Jenkins at (630) 759-4342.
Follow us on twitter @bolingbrookflag or on Facebook.
For more information, please call:
Leonard Criddle, President
(630) 862-7792
David Ludeman, Vice President
(630) 364-6162
Or email us at: [email protected]
For more information about our league and registration dates,
please go to our web site at www.bolingbrookflagfootball.com
Coach-Pitch (7-8 year olds)
Boys and girls who are 7-years-old by July 31st and are not
9-years-old before July 31st are eligible to play in our
coach-pitch league. Players learn to bat a baseball that is
safely pitched to them by their own coach and develop basic
baseball skills in a moderately competitive league with a 10game schedule. Enrollment is limited. For more details, call
Rick Espinoza at (630) 207-0551.
Registration includes the following:
• A complete uniform consisting of a baseball cap, team
shirt, pants, and socks
• Participation trophy at the end of the season
• Team and individual picture package
• After-game treat
Registration takes place January through March. Lil’ Tees
players are not allowed to register on line, unless they are a
returning player. For new players, a copy of their birth certificate
is required. Any details listed here are subject to change. Our
web site is: www.bolingbrookteeball.com.
For additional information, please contact:
Tee-Ball
Coach Pitch
Lil’ Tees
Mark Jenkins
Rick Espinoza
Steve Filano
(630) 759-4342
(630) 207-0551
(630) 441-8887
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registration information
The following registration procedures have been developed to
provide equal registration preference to all resident ID
card holders.
Registration Dates
Resident ID Cardholder registration Non-resident ID Cardholder registration March 16
march 23
1.Phone registration will not be accepted unless otherwise
noted.
2.Registration for programs will end 48 hours prior to the starting date unless otherwise noted.
3.There will be a $35 service charge for returned checks.
gNOTE: Fees are subject to change.
Registration Procedures
1.Choose the program you want.
2.Complete the registration form. Include the code numbers
indicated.
3.Make checks payable to the Bolingbrook Park District.
Program fees may be combined for each family.
4.Sign the form. All adult participants must sign. Parent or
guardian signature required for participants under 18 years
of age.
5.Drop-off or mail your registration to the Bolingbrook Park
District, Annerino Community Center, 201 Recreation Drive,
Bolingbrook, Illinois 60440 or Bolingbrook Recreation &
Aquatic Complex, 200 S. Lindsey Lane, Bolingbrook, Illinois
60440. The Bolingbrook Park District is not responsible for
lost or misdirected mail.
REFUND POLICY
A full refund will be provided up to two (2) days before the
registration deadline or in the event of no registration
deadline, two (2) days before the start of an activity, event, or
program. After that point, the refund will be pro-rated.
To receive a Request Form, please visit or call one of the
following locations:
Annerino Community Center, 201 Recreation Dr. at
630.739.0272 or Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex,
200 S. Lindsey Ln. at (630) 739-1700, or visit us online at
b ol i n g b ro o k pa r k s . o rg . Your receipt, cancelled check or
proof of ID may be required. Once approved, refund checks
will be mailed within fifteen (15) business days. The completed
Refund Request Form must be returned to one of our
customer service desks two (2) days before activity, event,
or program start date or registration deadline.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
At Bolingbrook Park District, we strive to provide you with quality
recreation activities, events and programs. We are confident that
you will like these programs. So confident that we will ensure
our promise to provide that high quality. The Bolingbrook Park
District guarantees that you will be satisfied with recreation
classes, programs and services in which you participate. If after
completing two classes you are not completely satisfied, tell us
and we will arrange for you to do one of the following:
1.Repeat the class at no charge
2.Receive full credit that can be applied to any other class,
program or service
3.Receive a full refund
If you are not satisfied we kindly request input on how we can
improve. To receive a Request Form, please visit or call one
of the following locations: Annerino Community Center, 201
Recreation Dr. at 630.739.0272 or Bolingbrook Recreation &
Aquatic Complex, 200 S. Lindsey Ln. at 630.739.1700, or visit us
online atb ol i ngb rookp a rks.org. Your receipt, cancelled check
or proof of ID may be required. Once approved, refund checks
will be mailed within fifteen (15) business days. The completed
Satisfaction Guarantee Request Form must be completed and
returned to one of our customer service desks before the third
class meeting.
Satisfaction Guarantee does not apply to golf course green
fees, pro shop merchandise, adult sport leagues, food or
meals, beverages, facility memberships, daily admissions or
tickets to entertainment or sporting events, as well as a few
select programs.
Online Registration
Resident ID card holders automatically
receive their login and password to
register online. If you are a Resident ID
card holder and have not received your
login information, please call our
Application Support Specialist at 630.783.6517. Nonresidents
may register online by becoming Parkie’s E-club members.
Parkie’s E-Club forms are available at all facilities or
downloadable on the registration page at b ol i ngb rook par k s .
o rg. Nonresidents simply have to fill the form out and drop it off
at a Park District facility. Your login information will be emailed
to you.
LOOKING FOR ASSISTANCE WITH A PROGRAM?
The Bolingbrook Park District complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination on a basis of
disability. Bolingbrook Park District will make reasonable accomodations in recreation programs to enable participation by an
individual with a disability. Please make requests at least two weeks prior to the start of a program if you need an accomodation.
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registration Form
program & pelican pass
Adult/Guardian_____________________________________________________________________Date ______/______/_______
(Please Print)
First
Last
Address___________________________________________________City____________________________Zip______________
Phone Primary (______) _______-_________
Secondary (______) _______-_________
Email Address
PROGRAM and PELICAN PASS REGISTRATION
Mail or bring to: Annerino Community Center 201 Recreation Drive, Bolingbrook, IL 60440 or
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex 200 S. Lindsey Lane, Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Please make checks payable to the Bolingbrook Park District.
We invite registrations by people with disabilities. If you need assistance to participate, please mark an “x” in YES box.
CODE
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HOLDERS NAME
BIRTHDATE
GENDER
FEE
PROGRAM NAME
Would you like to make a donation to the Bolingbrook Park District’s Financial Aid Program?
q NO q YES - please select which amount:
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PHOTO: I understand that my child/ward or I may be photographed or videotaped while participating in a Bolingbrook Park District program
or facility. I give permission for photos and videotapes of my child/ward or me to be used to promote the Park District. Such photos and
videotape will remain the property of the Bolingbrook Park District.
WAIVER AND RELEASE FOR PARTICIPANTS OR/BY PARENT
Must be signed by parent if under 18.
Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in this program/activity, you will expressly assuming the risk and legal
liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating
in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity (including transportation services/vehicle operation, when provided).
I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in this program/activity, and I voluntarily agree to assume
the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation.
I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in
this program/activity against the Bolingbrook Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers and employees (hereinafter collectively referred as
“Bolingbrook Park District”).
I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Bolingbrook Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss that my minor
child/ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with this
program/activity.
I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If
registering online, your online signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature.
Signature
(18 years or older or Parent/Guardian)
Date
Note: The Bolingbrook Park District does not carry medical or accident insurance for its participants. The cost of such insurance would make
programs cost prohibitive. We suggest that you look at your own insurance policy to be sure you are adequately covered. The Park District assumes no
responsibility for personal injuries or loss of personal property.
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Adult/Guardian_____________________________________________________________________Date ______/______/_______
(Please Print)
First
Last
Address___________________________________________________City____________________________Zip______________
Phone Primary (______) _______-_________
Secondary (______) _______-_________
Email Address
ONLINE REGISTRATION
With your Resident ID, you are automatically able to register for programs online at b o l i n g b r o o k p a r k s . o r g . You will receive
your login and password via email within 10 business days to be able to register for programs online.
PARTICIPANT’S NAME
(First & Last)
BIRTHDATE
(Month/Day/Year)
GENDER
(Male/Female)
BIRTH CERTIFICATE (Verified)
STAFF USE ONLY
Information Provided
(Please circle)
Gas Utility Bill
Water Bill
Electric Bill
Property Tax Bill
Vehicle Registration Card
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Current Photo ID
Birth Certificate
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ACC
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Birth Certificate Verified
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LS
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Passport
Proof of Guardianship
Date Received: Staff Initials: Household ID: Resident ID program
Resident ID Program Information
To assure residents a lower rate and priority in registering for
programs, the Park District has implemented a Resident ID
process. The Resident ID Card insures that residents will pay
less for programs than nonresidents, who do not support the
district through tax dollars.
BONUS BENEFIT
With the improved Resident ID Program, you are automatically
able to register for programs online at bolingbrookparks.org.
Once you have activated your Resident ID Card, you will be
emailed your login and password to register online. This service
allows you to register from the comfort of your own home.
A Bolingbrook Park District validated Resident ID Card is
necessary to receive resident rates for/at:
• Bolingbrook Park District programs/services
• Pelican Harbor Indoor/Outdoor Aquatic Park
• Boughton Ridge Golf Course
• LifeStyles Fitness Center
• Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm
HOW TO apply
for a Bolingbrook Park District Resident ID Card
When applying for your Resident ID card we will require a
completed Resident ID form, current photo ID (driver’s license,
state ID or school ID) AND one of
the following:
• Gas utility bill (not more than 60 days old)
• Water bill (not more than 60 days old)
• Electric bill (not more than 60 days old)
• Property tax bill
• Vehicle registration card
For each child in the household ages 3 months and older, we will
require one of the following:
• Current photo ID
• Birth certificate
• Passport
• Proof of guardianship
HOW TO RENEW
your Bolingbrook Park District Resident ID Card
(Resident ID cards must be renewed on an annual basis.) When
renewing your card and/or the cards for your family members,
please provide one of the following:
• Gas utility bill (not more than 60 days old)
• Water bill (not more than 60 days old)
• Electric bill (not more than 60 days old)
• Property tax bill
• Vehicle registration card
The above item may be shown off at any Park District facility,
mailed or faxed. Resident ID cards do not have to be brought in,
as the bar code on the card is updated without the card being
present. Birth certificates must also be included for each new
child added to the household.
You pay nothing. Revalidation for your card is free. Lost and
damaged cards may be replaced for $5 per card.
Where can I get my Resident ID Card?
Cards are available at:
Annerino Community Center 201 Recreation Drive
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex 200 S. Lindsey Lane
IMPORTANT NOTES About your Bolingbrook Park
District Resident ID Card
• The card is permanent, nontransferable and should be
retained from year to year.
• Revalidation each year is free.
• Children three months or older must have a Resident ID
Card to receive resident rates for programs, services and
admission to Pelican Harbor.
• Proof of Park District residency is required whether you are
applying for a new Resident ID Card or revalidating your
current Resident ID Card.
We appreciate your cooperation.
Your initial Resident ID Card may only be registered for in person
at Annerino Community Center or Bolingbrook Recreation and
Aquatic Complex.
H ousehold D efinition
The individual must be a permanent resident of the household. Individuals do not have to be
related as long as they are living full-time in the household. Proof of residency is required.
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Facility rental information
The following facilities are available for rental
on an hourly basis. Reservations require
deposit. Rental rates due two weeks prior to
the reserved rental date.
Ashbury’s at Boughton Ridge
335 E. Boughton Road 630.739.6604
Ashbury’s is a perfect venue for a shower,
wedding celebration, corporate meeting,
family reunion or birthday party. Enjoy
accommodations for up to 100 people with
an outdoor balcony and scenic views. Our
event staff will take care of you. Features
private bar, flexible seating options, linen
tablecloths, free Wi-Fi, drop down projection
screens and more.
Hidden Oaks Nature Center
419 Trout Farm Road 630.739.2600
Nestled in the woods, Hidden Oaks Nature
Center offers beautiful views from the charming
40-person capacity multipurpose room.
Bolingbrook Recreation &
Aquatic Complex
200 South Lindsey Lane 630.739.1700
Features a wood floor gymnasium with two
full size regulation basketball courts and four
regulation volleyball courts. Also features a
community room available for rent when it is
not open to the public.
Annerino Community Center
201 Recreation Drive 630.739.0272
Offers a gymnasium with a regulation
basketball court or two regulation volleyball
courts, two multi-purpose rooms and a
community room.
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Parks and other information
Park Permits
Reserve your picnic area for your next social gathering by obtaining a park permit. When
you obtain a permit we take extra care to make sure the area you reserved is clean and
orderly. If another group is in your spot, by authority of the permit, they must relinquish the
site to you. Permits are required for groups of 15 or more.
New in 2016: sites will be based on size and or the amenities of the park. We will
continue to have a $50 refundable security deposit for all park permits.
Event Permit - $100 plus regular fee
Necessary if having more than 150 people and/or any of the following: 5K, petting zoo,
pony rides, dumpster, bleachers, dunk tank, port-o-let, large tents (any tent that is not a
“pop-up”)
Premier Parks - those having some or all of the following: flush toilets, shelters,
playground, parking.
Park Permit Fee: $150
With Resident ID: $75
• Central Park - 201 Recreation Drive
• Wipfler Park - 549 Rockhurst Road
• Indian Boundary Park - 990 W. Boughton Road
• James Boan Woods - 410 Schmidt Road
• Remington Lakes - 811 W Remington Blvd
Standard Parks - those parks with port-o-lets, possibly no playground or no shelter
Park Permit Fee: $100
With Resident ID: $50
• Winston Woods - 200 Winston Drive
• Indian Chase Meadows - 525 Pheasant Chase Drive
• Prairie Trails - 1370 Danof Drive
• Champions Park - 1600 Firethorn
• Johansen Farm Park - 770 Hartford Lane
• Hidden Lakes - 475 Trout Farm Road
• Volunteer Park - 200 Lindsey Lane
• Balstrode Park - 181 Thackeray Drive
Neighborhood Parks - no port-o-let, possibly no shelter, on-street parking
Park Permit Fee: $50
With Resident ID: $25
Blackhawk, Century, Cider Creek, Community, Drafke, Erickson, Freedom, Heritage,
Ivanhoe, Jaycee, Knights of Columbus, Liberty, Lilac, Lions, Plimmer, Poplar, River Bend,
River Hills, Rotary, Schraeder, St. Francis, Sunset, The Forest, Veterans Parks.
Memorial Tree
& Bench Program
Make a special memory last by
purchasing a tree or bench as a gift
for a friend, for you or in memory of
a loved one. Check the Web site at
bolingbrookparks.org for a listing of
the available trees and benches or
call 630.739.4696.
Picnic Kits
Have fun playing with a variety of
sports equipment including softball,
frisbee, soccer, football, and
horseshoes. A completed picnic
kit request form and $25 damage
deposit (refunded 15 days after
return) is required for each request.
For more information, please call
Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic
Complex at 630.739.1700.
The fee is non-refundable even if a permit is cancelled. If a key is not returned within 48
hours of the permit date $25 will be withheld from the security deposit. Permits need to
be reserved at least 2 weeks prior to the date requested. A park permit application form
is available at the Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex or Annerino Community
Center.
Please call Angie Newberry 630.739.4696 for specific questions or 630.739.0272 for
more information and availability.
Bolingbrook Park District provides opportunities for visitors of diverse abilities to enjoy our
parks, facilities and programs. The District is committed to inclusion and universal access
to individuals with disabilities. We have and will continue to improve accessibility so that
everyone can fully enjoy their visit and experience.
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Acres
Skate Park
Horseshoes
Fishing
Biking, Hiking
Restroom
Pavillion/Shelter
Picnic Tables
Parking Lot
Roller Hockey
(S=sand P=paved)
Volleyball
Soccer Fields
Football Field
Cricket Fields
Baseball/Softball
Basketball Courts
Tennis Courts
Playgrounds
.= Disability Accessible
R= Lighted Facilities
t= Port-o-let
Concessions
Boli n g b ro ok Pa r k s
Arrowhead Pond 349 W. Robinhood Way
3.4
Balstrode Park 181 Thackeray Drive
6.2
Blackhawk Pond 600 Blackhawk Lane
3.3
Bloomfield Oasis 1614 Prairieview Blvd
1
Bradford Park 490 Bradford Place
6.8
Bulldog Park 351 Blair Lane
19.2
Central Park 201 Recreation Drive
71.7
Century Park 1675 Apple Valley Drive
16
Champions Park 1600 Firethorn
8.8
Cider Creek Park 1755 Apple Valley Drive
4
ComEd Greenway North & South at power lines
54
Community Park 600 Kingsbrooke Crossing
15
Drafke Park 1125 Quail Run
6.7
DuPage River Greenway from Royce Road to Indian Boundary Park
92.2
Erickson Park 398 W. Briarcliff Road
0.5
Freedom Park 1600 Park Place
4.3
Gateway Wetlands 680 Feathersound Drive
49.9
Heritage Park 702 Paxson Drive
5.6
Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm 475 Trout Farm Road
16
Hidden Oaks Conservation Area/James S. Boan Woods 410 Schmidt Road
47.1 / 27
Indian Boundary Park 990 W. Boughton Road
62.4
Indian Chase Meadows 525 Pheasant Chase Drive
34.2
Ivanhoe Park 190 Falconridge Way
1
Jaycee Park 550 Lily Cache Lane
7.2
Johansen Farm Park 770 Hartford Lane
1.6
Knights of Columbus Park 190 Northridge Drive
18.4
Liberty Park 298 N. Orchard Drive
8
Lilac Park 1561 Clear Drive
3.5
Lily Cache Greenway West of Orchard Drive along Lily Cache Creek
191.2
Lily Cache Sports Fields 1387 Hassert Boulvard
15
Lily Cache Sports Fields-West Campus 1505 Trails End Lane
32.1
Lions Park 220 W. Briarcliff
5.4
Pathways Pond 220 N. Schmidt Road
3.6
Plimmer Park 401 Lily Cache Lane
10.5
Poplar Park 870 Poplar Lane
3.6
Prairie Trails 1370 Danhof Drive
48.4
Remington Lakes Sport Complex 811 W. Remington Blvd.
12
Riverbend Park 1940 Danube Way
1.2
River Hills Park 2290 Misty Creek Trail
3.6
Rotary Park 470 E. Briarcliff Road
6.8
Schraeder Park 469 E. Briarcliff Road
1.3
St. Francis Park 299 White Water Drive
2.3
Sunset Park 1500 Waterside Drive
7.4
The Forest 1399 Carriage Lane
0.8
Veterans Park 1877 Leeds Road
12
Volunteer Park 200 S. Lindsey Lane
66.2
Winston Woods 200 Winston Drive
42.1
Wipfler Park 549 Rockhurst Road
10.5

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