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MENTOR
S P R I N G
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Parks & Recreation
G U I D E
New programs, new events
& summer camps galore –
all inside!
Register now for summer camps and spring courses
using our free online registration at www.cityofmentor.com/play
Keep this guide until January 1
events
30th Anniversary Celebration
Saturday, January 12, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Mentor Ice Arena
We welcome all ages in joining the arena staff
to celebrate the rink’s 30th Anniversary on this
special day of fun, skating, inflatable’s, games,
exhibitions, free lessons and prizes, and all of
your favorite tunes brought to you by All About
You DJ Services!
Pancake Breakfast & Skate
9 - 11 a.m.
donations accepted for Adaptive Special
Skater’s Equipment
Free Lessons
12:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. 4-6 yrs. West Rink
1:30-2 p.m. 7-12 yrs. West Rink
Free Hockey Clinic
SPRING
Preschool Pajama Party Ages 3 - 6 + parent
Friday, February 1, 7 - 8:30 p.m.
Wildwood Cultural Center
Bring your blanket and a stuffed animal, and join us for the
biggest, best preschool pajama party around! We’ll have
games, activities, snacks and a movie before it’s time to go
home and go to bed! Fee is for child only; parent attends
free. #23600 Resident: $12 / Nonresident: $15
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Little Princess Valentine’s Dance Age 4+
Friday, February 1, 7-8:30 p.m.
Mentor Senior Center
Dads, treat your daughter or granddaughter to a very special
Valentine’s Day memory she will never forget. At our Little
Princess Valentine’s Dance, you and your “little princess”
will have a wonderful evening of dance, music, refreshments
and fun. Join us for something special! DJ music and
entertainment will be provided. This event is sponsored by
the City of Mentor’s Community Arts Commission. Space is
limited, register early! #22645
Resident: $12 / Nonresident: $15
11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Studio Rink
Open Skates
12 - 2 p.m. & 3 - 5 p.m. West Rink
Games
2 - 5 p.m. East Rink
Skating Exhibitions:
12 - 5 p.m. during breaks in open skates
Admission: $3/person
Lake County Chili Open
Saturday, January 26
Black Brook Golf Course
Tee times begin at 9 a.m.
Golfers, mark your calendars! Here’s your
chance to play in the biggest golf event this
winter. Every golfer has played in a summer
tournament, but how many have played in
January? You’ll play nine snowy, fun holes of
golf followed by a warm bowl of chili in the
newly renovated Black Brook Golf Course
clubhouse. Golfers will be challenged to drive
shots across frozen tundra and putt balls
laden with ice. You’ll hit orange golf balls to
snow-covered greens on the 9 hole course of
65 - 100 yard holes.
Last year more than 175 golfers participated
in this event, so you’ll want to register early!
Prizes will be awarded in men’s, women’s and
junior’s divisions. The cost to enter the Chili
Open is $18 which includes golf fees, chili,
prizes and more. The Chili Open is sponsored
by the City of Mentor with proceeds benefiting
the United Way of Lake County. Sponsorship
opportunities are available by calling United
Way of Lake County at (440) 352-3166. If the
course is not covered with snow we will play
the normal yardage so bring your whole set
of clubs. For more information on this event
or to register, call the Mentor Recreation
Department at (440) 974-5720.
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SPRING 2013
CONTENTS
Wildwood Basketry Guild Presents
WinterWeave 2013
Friday, February 22 – Sunday, February 24, Times vary
Wildwood Cultural Center
WinterWeave 2013 will bring together amateur and
professional weavers from all over the country for a
spectacular winter weekend of weaving, designing and
learning. Basket weaving demonstration will be open to the
public on Saturday, February 23 from 1-3 p.m. Admission
is free for observers. Information on upcoming basketry
classes at Wildwood Cultural Center will also be available.
For more information, log on to www.winterweave.com or
call the Wildwood Cultural Center at (440) 974-5735.
Events
Preschool
Youth Recreation
Cooking
Personal Enrichment
Arts & Crafts
Golf
Health & Fitness
Summer Camps
Ice Skating
Learn to Skate Lessons
Hockey
Arts & Crafts
Mentor Senior Center
Senior Trips
Senior Exercise & Wellness
Senior Fitness & Dance
Senior Special Interest
Looking Ahead to Summer
Boating
Mentor Outdoors
Nature Preserve & More
41 Rental Facilities
42 Program Locations
43 How to Register
connect with us
Mentor Parks & Recreation presents
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Celebrating the City:
A variety of guest speakers
will inform and entertain you with this
historical look back at Mentor’s pastfrom 1963 to the present and a look to
the future. Interesting and informative
historical facts from Mentor, Ohio.
Sponsored by the City of Mentor’s
Community Arts Commission. Seating is
limited. Registration is required for these
free lectures; call (440) 974-5720 or
(440) 974-5735 to register.
Presenter: Frank Krupa
Location: Wildwood South Wing
Resident / Nonresident: Free
A Grower’s Paradise – Learn why the
land in Mentor is ideally suited for growing
and how local growers developed the
smallest county in Ohio into the nursery
capitol of the world. This outstanding
presentation by Jim Schroeder, Bill Wyatt
and panel reveal little known facts behind
Mentor’s successful nurseries and the
men who made them famous.
#23762 April 4 Thursday 7 - 9:30 p.m.
Mentor’s 50th Anniversary Free Lecture Series
1963 – The Year Mentor Became a City
– Enjoy this fascinating informal roundtable
discussion with Jim Collins, Jim Hackenberg
and officials involved in this history making
transformation. Features include an
audience question and answer segment.
Light refreshments and reception will follow
this evening of lively conversation, insight
and memories. Frank Krupa sets the stage
with an engaging 1963 flashback.
#23763 April 11 Thursday 7 - 9:30 p.m.
Mentor When We Grew Up – Joins us
for an evening sure to bring back great
memories of life in Mentor circa 1963 and
before. Relive your past and reveal your
special memories in an enjoyable audience
participation session. We will start with
nostalgic recollections from local residents
Jim Schroeder and a special presentation by
Joanie Huebner. Additional panel members
include: Don Bittner, Pam Pachinger and
Roland Scott. Challenge your “Mentor
Memory” with a trivia contest.
Moderator Frank Krupa.
#23764 April 25 Thursday 7 - 9:30 p.m.
Adults 16+
From “Roses to Retail” with Barbara Davis – Meet author
Barbara Davis and enjoy an exclusive 50th anniversary
presentation and book signing as she discusses her book
“Roses to Retail” and her perspective on Mentor’s growth
from Rose Capital to incredible retail development. Light
refreshments will be served.
#23765 May 2 Thursday 7 - 9:30 p.m.
History as We Lived It – This outstanding program is rich
in detail, insight and nostalgia as we discuss national events
affecting Mentor. You are invited to share your memories of
Mentor’s ever changing landscape and growth of recreational
facilities, programs and activities. The program will be
presented with an informal format encouraging audience
participation. Guests include Carl Janz, Ed Podojil, Bill Boyd
and Jim Hackenberg.
#23766 May 9 Thursday 7 - 9:30 p.m.
Visions for the Future-Mentor: The Next 50 Years – A
panel of community leaders, including Councilman John
Krueger reveal their perspectives on the growth of Mentor
during the next 50 years. The program features a special
message from Mentor City Council and an opportunity for
you to voice your view of the future. This event includes light
refreshments, reception and free commemorative program.
#23767 May 23 Thursday 7 - 9:30 p.m.
Wildwood Singers Present: Spring to Life
Friday, May 3, 7:30 p.m.
Mentor Senior Center
The Wildwood Singers Concert will feature a broad variety of music
dealing with nature, new beginnings, romance, family, freedom,
self-discovery and much more. Styles will include popular,
classical, Broadway, sacred, folk, rock and light jazz. Come
enjoy a fun evening of inspiring, thought-provoking music. Light
refreshments will be served. Tickets are available at Wildwood,
Recreation Department, and the Mentor Senior Center.
Resident / Nonresident: $5
Wildwood Garden Club’s 29th Annual
Spring Plant & Flower Sale
Saturday, May 18, 11 a.m.- 2 p.m.
Wildwood Cultural Center
The Garden Club will have a great selection of outdoor plants
and flowers at reasonable prices for your summer garden.
All proceeds benefit the Wildwood Garden Club.
The Plant Sale is held rain or shine!
New Date! Take Pride in America
Wednesday, June 19, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
Jerome T. Osborne Sr. Memorial Stadium, Mentor High School
This FREE concert features the United States Marine Drum &
Bugle Corps, Silent Drill Platoon and the Marine Corps Color Guard
from Marine Barracks at 8th & I Street in Washington, DC. For
more information, please call (440) 974-5735.
33rd Wildwood Fine Arts Festival
Sunday, June 30, 10:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.
The Creative Artists Association, The City of Mentor’s Wildwood
Cultural Center and the Community Arts Commission are looking
for fine artists for this annual festivel. Interested artists should
email [email protected] or call (440) 974-5735.
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR
for these Summer Events!
Look for more information in our summer guide or online at
www.cityofmentor.com/play/upcomingevents
May 12
Mother’s Day Mom’s Play Free
All Day
Black Brook Golf Course
May 18
Wildwood Garden Club Plant Sale
11 am - 2 pm
Wildwood Cultural Center
May 30
Just Kids Stuff Garage Sale
9 am - 12 pm
Garfield Pavilion
May 31 - Sept 6
Mentor Farmers Market (Fridays)
3 - 7 pm
Civic Center Park
June 15
Father/Son Best Ball Tournament
8 - 9 a.m.
Black Brook Golf Course
June 19
Take Pride in America
7:30 pm
MHS Stadium
June 25 - July 30
Concerts in the Park (Tuesdays)
7 - 9 pm
Civic Center Amphitheater
June 30
33rd Wildwood Fine Arts
& Crafts Festival
10:30 - 5 pm
Wildwood Cultural Center
July 4
July 4 Fireworks
9:50 pm
Civic Center Park
July 9
Mentor’s Got Talent - Kids
10 am
Civic Center Amphitheater
July 14
Family Fun Day & Picnic
12 - 4 pm
Wildwood Cultural Center
July 25
Christmas in July
1 - 4 pm
Garfield Pool
July 26
Junk in Your Trunk Sale
9 - 12 pm
MHS Parking Lot
July 27
Headlands Beach Fest
11 am - 7 pm
Headlands Beach State Park
July 30
Children’s Pet Show
10 a.m.
Civic Center Amphitheater
August 9
Family Campout
6 pm
Civic Center Park
August 13
Chalk Art Contest
9:30 - 11 a.m.
Civic Center Park Bikepaths
August 21
Everything You Always Wanted to Do
12 - 2 pm
Garfield Park Pavilion
August 23 - 24
Mentor City Fest
4 - 11 pm Fri.
Civic Center Park
12 - 11 pm Sat.
August 25
Mentor Cruise In
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Civic Center Park
SPRING 2013
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Stretch N Grow
Ages 2- 5
In this fabulously fun fitness program for preschool children, your child
will get exercise and have lots of fun while he/she learns to love exercise
and build healthy habits for a lifetime. Our certified coaches provide
action-packed classes that will help your child develop motor skills, body
strength, endurance and flexibility, plus teach proper nutrition, safety and
hygiene in a fun, active environment. Please dress your child in loose,
comfortable clothing and tennis shoes each day and send a water bottle
with your child’s name on it.
Instructor: Deena George
Location: Garfield Park Lounge
2 - 3 years old
#23647
Jan 25 - March 1
Friday
10:30 - 11 am
#23649
March 15 - April 19
Friday
10:30 - 11 am
4 - 5 years old
#23648
Jan 25 - March 1
Friday
11:15 - 11:45 am
#23650
March 15 - April 19
Friday
11:15 - 11:45 am
Resident: $42 / Nonresident: $48
Horseback Riding for Youth
Ages 6 - 15
In this beginner course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of the walk and the
trot with Maypine Farm’s award winning program. You’ll learn side-byside with other people who have the same passion for horses and riding.
Each lesson incorporates several teaching modalities. The majority of the
lessons are mounted, but, one or two lessons per session will be ground
lessons covering care, feeding, showing and the endless other details
necessary for good horsemanship.
Instructor: Maypine Farm Staff
Location: Maypine Farms, 32700 White Rd., Willoughby Hills
#23444
Jan 16 - March
Wednesday 4 - 5 pm
#23445
Jan 17 - March 7
Thursday
4 - 5 pm
#23446
Jan 19 - March 9
Saturday
1 - 2 pm
#23447
Jan 20 - March 10
Sunday
12 - 1 pm
#23449
April 17 - June 5
Wednesday 4 - 5 pm
#23450
April 18 - June 6
Thursday
4 - 5 pm
#23451
April 20 - June 8
Saturday
1 - 2 pm
#23452
April 21 - June 9
Sunday
12 - 1 pm
Resident: $210 / Nonresident: $225
Creative Dance
Ages 4 - 5 & 6 - 8
A fun and lively introduction to dance incorporating basic ballet, jazz
and modern dance techniques and terms to combine skill development
and encourage self-expression. Students will learn basic loco motor
movements and basic dance positions. Wear a leotard or loose clothing,
dance slippers or bare feet. Although parents and siblings need not stay
to observe, each parent is encouraged to view one or two classes as a
parent helper.
Location: Garfield Park Ballroom
#22384
Jan 7 - Feb 25 (4-5)
Monday
4:30 – 5:15 p.m.
#22385
Jan 7 - Feb 25 (6-8)
Monday
5:30 – 6:15 p.m.
#22386
March 11 - May 6 (4-5) Monday
4:30 - 5:15 p.m.
#22387
March 11 - May 6 (6-8) Monday
5:30 - 6:15 p.m.
Resident: $45 / Nonresident: $55
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Let’s Dance
Ages 10 - 14
Come and have fun learning dance with your friends. This class includes a
mix of Pilates and yoga warm ups, basic ballet center floor work and some
jazz and hip hop moves to create just the right combo of exercise and
entertainment. Get your friends together and enroll!
Location: Garfield Park Ballroom
#22389
Jan 7 - Feb 25
Monday
6:30 - 7:20 p.m.
#22390
March 11 - May 6
Monday
6:30 - 7:20 p.m.
Resident: $48 / Nonresident: $56
Karate For Kids
Ages 7 +
Educators often recommend martial arts for its structure in helping
children learn discipline, confidence and self esteem to grow up as healthy
adults. By participating in this class, you’ll gain increased coordination,
freedom of movement and exciting self-defense techniques, plus you’ll
learn about the history of martial arts. This class is offered year-round in
6 week sessions and is taught by Karate Masters with over 60 years of
combined experience. Parents are invited to participate in the fun and
educational activities of our highly successful karate program by enrolling
in the same class as your youngster! Beginner and continuing students
encouraged.
Instructors: Masters Denise and Eb Molesch
Location: Mentor Beach Park
#23741
Jan 7 - Feb 11
Monday
6:15 - 7:15 p.m.
#24153
Feb 18 - April 1
Monday
6:15 - 7:15 p.m.
#24154
April 15 - May 20
Monday
6:15 - 7:15 p.m.
Resident: $38 / Nonresident: $48
Register online using our FREE online registration at
www.cityofmentor.com/play. See page 43 for details.
Special Needs Basketball Skills
Age 8 - 12
For boys and girls with special needs ages 8 - 12, this new and exciting
adaptive basketball clinic is designed to meet the individual skill levels of
each participant. Sessions will start with core work and stretching. We’ll
progress to the basic fundamentals of basketball including stationary
ball-handling, dribbling, passing and shooting. Head coach Mindy Bakos
of Special Sports, Inc. and her staff will provide instruction and help kids
meet their maximum potential for the game of basketball.
Instructor: Mindy Bakos
Location: Fairfax Elementary Gym
#24092 February 21 & 28
Thursday
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Resident: $19 / Nonresident: $24
Special Needs Football Clinic
This clinic will focus on conditioning, kicking and throwing a football and
the basic rules to the games of football. We will also promote wellness and
teamwork and provide an oppurtunity for kids to socialize.
Instructor: Mindy Bakos
Location: Krueger Park
#24111
May 7 - 16
Tues & Thurs 6 - 8 p.m.
Resident: $19 / Nonresident: $24
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Babynastics
Ages 10 - 20 months
Just for babies who are a little more mobile and have more
cruising time under their belt, Babynastics is a child-initiated,
parent and child exploration program designed to help develop
your baby’s body awareness, vocabulary and attention span
while having FUN using equipment such as our ball pit, ladders
and wedges. A $5 insurance fee is payable to instructor the
first day of class.
Instructor: Northshore Prep Staff
Location: Taft Elementary, 1580 E. 332nd St., Eastlake
#22847 Jan 21 - March 11
Monday
10 - 10:50 a.m.
#22848 March 25 - May 20 Monday
10 - 10:50 a.m.
#22849 Jan 23 - March 13
Wednesday 11 - 11:50 a.m.
#22850 March 27 - May 22 Wednesday 11 - 11:50 a.m.
Resident: $89 / Nonresident: $112
Tumble Tots
Ages 20-30 months
FUN is the key to learning! Your toddler will develop body
awareness, vocabulary and coordination through active play
on age appropriate equipment including our ball pit, trapeze,
octagons and wedges, preschool bars, cargo net, balance
beam and more. Challenge your child during “teachable
moments” in this child-initiated class. A $5 insurance fee is
payable to instructor the first day of class.
Instructor: Northshore Prep Staff
Location: Taft Elementary, 1580 E. 332nd St., Eastlake
#22851 Jan 21 - March 11
Monday
11 - 11:50 a.m.
#22852 March 25 - May 20 Monday
11 - 11:50 a.m.
#22853 Jan 23 - March 13
Wednesday 10 - 10:50 a.m.
#22854 March 27 - May 22 Wednesday 10 - 10:50 a.m.
#22855 Jan 25 - March 15
Friday
10 - 10:50 a.m.
#22856 April 5 - May 24
Friday
10 - 10:50 a.m.
Resident: $91 / Nonresident: $112
Me & My Buddy
Ages 2 - 3
Does your child need to develop rhythm and motor skills,
muscle coordination and eye-hand/eye-foot coordination? The
progressive curriculum of this all around parent & child class
combines the imagination of creative weekly themes with ageappropriate equipment that will enhance coordination, balance
and body movement and control. Tumbling, balance beam,
vaulting and bar skills are enhanced with preschool tumbling
aids. Activities also include ball work, parachute, hoola hoops
and more. A $5 insurance fee is payable to instructor the first
day of class.
Instructor: Northshore Prep Staff
Location: Taft Elementary, 1580 E. 332nd St., Eastlake
#22857 Jan 22 - March 12
Tuesday 11:20 - 12:10 a.m.
#22858 March 26 - May 21 Tuesday 11:20 - 12:10 a.m.
#22859 Jan 25 - March 15 Friday
11:10 - 12 p.m.
#22860 April 5 - May 24
Friday
11:10 - 12 p.m.
#22861 Jan 26 - March 16 Saturday 10:35 - 11:20 a.m.
#22862 April 6 - May 25
Saturday 10:35 - 11:20 a.m.
Residents: $94 / Nonresidents: $114
Resident registration begins January 2.
Nonresident registration begins January 4.
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Pre-Gym
Ages 3 -5
Just like Me & My Buddy but developed especially for 3 - 5 year old children, your
child will learn all-around coordination program combines the imagination of creative
weekly themes with age-appropriate equipment that will enhance coordination,
balance and body movement and control. Social and emotional growth, direction
following, preschool and kindergarten concepts, good sportsmanship and fair play are
also developed. Tumbling, balance beam, vaulting and bar skills are enhanced with
preschool tumbling aids. Activities also include ball work, parachute, hoola hoops and
more. A $5 insurance fee is payable to instructor the first day of class.
Instructor: Northshore Prep Staff
Location: Taft Elementary, 1580 E. 332nd St., Eastlake
#22863 Jan 21 - March 11
Monday
1:30 - 2:20 p.m.
#22864 March 25- May 20
Monday
1:30 - 2:20 p.m.
#22865 Jan 29 - March 19
Tuesday
10:15 - 11:05 a.m.
#22866 March 26 - May 21
Tuesday
10:15 - 11:05 a.m.
#22867
Jan 26 - March 16
Saturday
11:30 - 12:15 p.m.
#22868 April 6 - May 25
Saturday
11:30 - 12:15 p.m.
Residents: $98 / Nonresidents: $115
Prepnastics
Ages 4-5
Your little prep will “bring home the gold” of self-confidence through this progressive,
age-appropriate gymnastic class. Curriculum provides successful experiences in a
self-competitive atmosphere. Children develop coordination, poise, body movement
and control while rolling like a meatball, cart wheeling like a starfish, frosting cookies
on the balance beam and climbing like a monkey on the bars. A $5 insurance fee is
payable to instructor the first day of class.
Instructor: Northshore Prep Staff
Location: Taft Elementary, 1580 E. 332nd St., Eastlake
#22869 Jan 21 - March 11
Monday
5 - 5:50 p.m.
#22870
March 25 - May 20
Monday
5 - 5:50 p.m.
#22871
Jan 29 - March 19
Tuesday
4:30 - 5:20 p.m.
#22872
March 26 - May 21
Tuesday
4:30 - 5:20 p.m.
#22875
Jan 26 - March 16
Saturday
12:30 - 1:15 p.m.
#22876
April 6 - May 25
Saturday
12:30 - 1:15 p.m.
Residents: $98 / Nonresidents: $115
Gymnastics
Ages 5 - 10
Progression and individual attention is the key to a successful learning experience in
developing tumbling, balance and gymnastic apparatus skills. Children are grouped
according to skill ability and agility. Skill testing is done the first week of class. Your
child’s class time may be changed to best suit their needs in skill advancement. A $5
insurance fee is payable to instructor the first day of class.
Instructor: Northshore Prep Staff
Location: Taft Elementary, 1580 E. 332nd St., Eastlake
Level 1 & 2 (grades K - 4)
#22877
Jan 21 - March 11
#22878
March 25 - May 20
#22879
Jan 23 - March 13
#22880 March 27 - May 22
#22881
Jan 26 - March 16
#22882 April 6 - May 26
Monday
Monday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Saturday
Saturday
Level 2 & 3 (grades 1+)
#22883
Jan 21 - March 11
#22884
March 25 - May 20
#22885
Jan 26 - March 16
#22886
April 6 - May 25
Resident: $102 / Nonresident: $120
Monday
Monday
Saturday
Saturday
4:30 - 5:40 p.m.
4:30 - 5:40 p.m.
4:55 - 6:05 p.m.
4:55 - 6:05 p.m.
1:25 - 2:35 p.m.
1:25 - 2:35 p.m.
6 - 7:10 p.m.
6 - 7:10 p.m.
2:45 - 3:55 p.m.
2:45 - 3:55 p.m.
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QuickStart Tennis
Ages 4 - 6
This clinic program is designed for all players interested in learning the great
game of tennis using age appropriate equipment. The practice sessions for
this age group utilize a 36’ court and play with 19”, 21”, 23” racquets and foam
balls. The structure for this program consists of a warm-up activity, a physical
skill, a review of physical skills, development of new skills, and a team game or
activity. This structure allows for the players to have initial success and create
greater enthusiasm for the game of tennis.
Instructor: Ed Manual
Location: Mentor Heisley Racquet & Fitness Club
#24105
Jan 3 - Feb 14
Thursday 4 - 5 p.m.
#24106
Feb 21 - April 4
Thursday 4 - 5 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $92
QuickStart Tennis
Play Tennis Teens
Grades 8 - 12
This program is for both advanced beginner and beginning players
entering the above grades. The goal of the program is to have
teenagers learn the great game of tennis with their peers. Appropriate
levels will be divided by court assignment. The emphasis will be on
introducing modern tennis concepts through creative drills and active
games. Music, prizes, and fun will be used to keep a fun learning
environment.
Instructor: Ed Manual
Location: Mentor Heisley Racquet & Fitness Club
#24109
Jan 7 - Feb 18
Monday
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
#24110
Feb 25 - April 8
Monday
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $92
Ages 7 - 8
This clinic program is designed for all players interested in learning the great
game of tennis using age appropriate equipment. The practice sessions for
this age group utilize a 60’ court and play with 21”, 23”, and 25’’ racquets
and pressureless balls. The structure for this program consists of a warm-up
activity, a physical skill, rally concepts, and scoring. This structure allows for
the players to have initial success and create greater enthusiasm for the game
of tennis.
Instructor: Ed Manual
Location: Mentor Heisley Racquet & Fitness Club
#24107
Jan 3 - Feb 14
Thursday 5 - 6 p.m.
#24108
Feb 21 - April 4
Thursday 5 - 6 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $92
Beginner Rollerskating
Ages 5 & older
Have you always wanted to learn how to rollerskate? Can you skate a
little but want to be able to really skate well at school skating parties or
open skates? Learn the ins and outs of rollerskating from World Class
coach Lou Pannuzio in this new class!
Instructor: Lou Pannuzio
Location: Mentor Skateland
#24155
January 7 - Feb 18
Monday
6 - 6:45 p.m.
#24156
Feb 25 - April 8
Monday
6 - 6:45 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $56
Sports Organizations
Athletic leagues listed here begin registration in January or February are Mentor based
organizations that serve Mentor residents. The City does not run these organizations.
This is a community information list only. Please use the contact numbers below to
receive additional information about the league or sport. Information on adult leagues is
also available at www.cityofmentor.com/play/sportsorganizations
Hummingbird Soccer
Ages 3- 6
Children ages 3 - 6 years old have fun and learn the
basics of soccer: dribbling, passing, trapping, shooting,
and positioning. Each session consists of instruction
in each aspect of the game, participation in fun drills
that are designed to teach skills, and low-key, noncompetitive simulated games (children are separated
by age/skill level for the simulated game portion of the
program). Coaches from Jump Start Sports will run the
program, but parents are encouraged to assist in the
coaching. No class Wednesday, July 3.
Instructors: Jump Start Sports Coaches
Location: Civic Center Park
3 - 4 Years
#24162 April 17 - May 22
#24166 June 12 - July 24*
Wednesday 6 - 7 p.m.
Wednesday 6 - 7 p.m.
5 - 6 Years
#24163 April 17 - May 22
Wednesday 7 - 8 p.m.
#24167 une 12 - July 24* Wednesday 7 - 8 p.m.
Resident: $64 / Nonresident: $80
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SWIMMING
Mentor Swim Team–Suburban Swim League
Boys & Girls age 15 & under
Contact [email protected] or
www.mentormarlins.com
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
Mentor Baseball
T-Ball ages 4 - 6, Youth Baseball ages 6 - 17
Adult Baseball ages 18 +
Register at www.mentorbaseball.com
SOCCER
Mentor Soccer Club
Boys and Girls Recreational teams – ages 5 - 18
Boys and Girls Travel teams – ages 8 - 14
Call 440-954-4326 or visit
www.mentorsoccerclub.com
Mentor Girls Softball
T-Ball age 4 - 6 coed, Softball age 7 - 19 girls
Fast Pitch Softball age 10 - 18
Call (440) 951-6782 or visit
www.mentorgirlssoftball.org
FOOTBALL
Mentor Youth Football Association
Red Division, Age 7 - 9, Up to 120 pounds
Gray Division, Age 10 - grade 6, Up to 160 lbs.
Call (440) 954-4129 or www.myfaweb.net
Mentor Softball Association
Softball ages 4 - 6 coed
Boys & Girls Divisions, Ages 7 - 17
Registration: January – April
Call (440) 525-1960 or
www.mentorsoftball.clubspaces.com
CHEERLEADING
Mentor Youth Cheerleading Association
Ages 5 - grade 6
Call (440) 328-8006 or [email protected]
McMinn Baseball
Baseball age 5 - 18 coed
www.mcminnbaseball.com
FLAG FOOTBALL
United States Flag & Touch Football
Boys & Girls ages 5 - 17
Contact [email protected] or www.usftl.com
RUGBY FOOTBALL
Mentor Area Rugby Club
Boys and girls teams ages 14 - 18
Contact (216) 346-6045 or
www.mentorrugby.com
Mentor Headlands Youth Softball
Softball age 4 - 18 coed
Call (440) 257-3843 to register
LACROSSE
Mentor Youth Lacrosse
Boys & Girls, Grades 3 - 8
Call (440) 477-6225 or
www.mentoryouthlacrosse.com
WWW.CITYOFMENTOR.COM/PLAY
Camp Wildwood Spring Break Bash
Cartooning Curriculum
Youth 5 - 11
For all kids who need to stay engaged and laughing, our cartooning
classes are surely the most fun you can have while learning! This
entertaining program combines Young Rembrandts’ innovative, hands - on
teaching method with light - hearted subject matter that engages children,
their sense of humor and their vivid imaginations. Maintaining a quick
pace and drawings that tell a story also help kids to stay on task, learn
from their mistakes, find new solutions to a problem and communicate
ideas and concepts through pictures – skills with lifetime benefits! For
children ages 7 - 12 years old. All materials are provided.
Instructor: Young Rembrandts
Location: Wildwood Blue Room
#23769
April 9 - 30
Tuesday 4 - 5 p.m.
Resident: $40 / Nonresident: $50
Did you have a wonderful time at camp last summer? Are you counting
down the days until camp begins again? Well, wait no longer, Camp
Wildwood is offering a fun - filled week of camp during Spring Break.
At Camp Wildwood, your child will learn grow and have fun in a diverse,
exciting and enjoyable day camp setting. Children will enjoy fresh air
as they explore nature and their environment at the Wildwood Cultural
Center, an English Tudor Manor House with 34 acres of park property.
Campers will take part in new and imaginative experiences in arts &
crafts and games. Each day, camp will have different activities so there
is always a new experience waiting for your child. Each child needs to
bring a lunch and dress appropriately for the weather. Fee includes all
materials and a camp T - shirt. Tennis shoes only, please! Campers must
currently be enrolled in kindergarten through fifth grade. Sign up now,
space is limited.
Camp Director: Debbie Heath
Location: Wildwood Craft Room
#23760
April 1 - 5
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Resident: $60 / Nonresident: $75
Preschool Wonder Time at Wildwood
Youth 3 - 5
The Wonder Time program at Wildwood will give your child a new
adventure each week and will include a craft to make, learning activities,
games, songs/finger plays and a story. The classes are for children 3 - 5
years old to attend with or without a parent.
Instructor: Debbie Heath
Location: Wildwood Craft Room
All Classes Below Are Tuesday, 9:30 - 10:30 am
#23752
February 12
Love, Love, Love
#23753
February 26
I Know an Old Lady
#23754
March 12
Shamrocks and Rainbows
#23755
March 19
Happy Birthday to Dr. Suess!
#23756
April 9
Bouncing Bunnies
#23757
April 23
April Showers
#23758
May 7
Mother Goose on the Loose
#23759
May 21
Oh My Mice!
Resident: $7 / Nonresident: $9
Young Rembrandts Drawing Classes
Young Rembrandts’ innovative, step - by - step drawing method can
teach any 7 - 12 year old child how to draw - regardless of artistic ability,
giving them skills to express their creativity that will last a lifetime. Their
philosophy is to give children a very positive, nurturing environment, as they
are taught fundamental drawing techniques. You will see increased ability,
self - confidence and self - esteem in your child.
Dinosaur Drawing Workshop
Youth 7 - 12
Dinosaurs are always popular with children! Using a variety of cartoon
techniques; we will humanize some dinosaurs as our characters. Our
dinosaurs will participate in many familiar human activities and scenes.
We will tell a joke like a comic strip as we learn to sequence our cartoons.
Our dinosaurs will come alive with color and humor. For children ages 7 12 years old. All materials are provided.
Instructor: Young Rembrandts
Location: Wildwood Blue Room
#23768
March 12 - April 2
Tuesday 4 - 5 p.m.
Resident: $40 / Nonresident: $50
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Piano Classes at Wildwood
Youth 7 - 12
Youth 7 - 17
These small group classes provide an introduction to the keyboard as
well as the basics of piano - playing: notes, rhythm, clefs, musical terms
and fundamental piano & keyboard technique. This class provides an
excellent foundation for further study in music, whether on piano or
another instrument. Music training can benefit you and your child in many
other areas besides music - self - discipline, perseverance, self - esteem,
listening skills, and “multi - tasking.”
Instructor: David Debick
Location: Wildwood Front Room
Piano 3
In a small supportive group setting,
Piano 1
students will continue improving
Not to worry: The classes
their skills reading and playing piano
are also designed to be a fun
music, including work on clefs, notes,
experience for the students.
rests, rhythm, dynamics, phrasing,
These sessions are for youth
articulation, and technique. Adults,
age 7 - 17 years old. Students
teens and second through eighth
will need to have access to a
graders are welcome. Completion of
piano or keyboard in between
Piano 2 or instructor required to enroll.
classes to practice. A $8 book
Youths who have completed Piano
fee for each class is payable in
2 will continue using Faber Primer
cash to the instructor the first
Lesson Book and previous class
night of class.
handouts. For the first class, adults
#23596 March 18 - April 22
and teens are asked to bring 2 piano
Monday 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
pieces that reflect their general skill
Resident: $30 /
level. All styles of music welcome.
Nonresident: $37
Within basic parameters, students will
progress at an individual pace and
comfort level.
Piano 2
#23598 March 18 - April 22
In a small group setting,
Monday 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
students will continue learning
about note - reading on
Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $37
treble and bass clefs, playing
simple songs, scales and
Piano 4
finger exercises, counting
This class is a continuation of Piano 3.
more complex rhythms,
All styles of music welcome. Youths
and exploring the basics of
who have taken Piano 1, 2 & 3 are
articulation, dynamics and
asked to bring their Faber Lesson
phrasing. Participants will
Books and previous handouts. Adults
use the Faber Lesson Book –
and teens that enroll must have some
Primer Level and hand - outs
basic music - reading skill; consent of
from Youth Piano I. No class
instructor required to enroll. For the
Monday, May 27 Prerequisite:
first class, adults and teens are asked
Completion of Youth Piano I or
to bring 2 piano pieces that reflect
instructor permission.
their general skill level. Within basic
#23597 April 29 - June 10
parameters, students will progress at
Monday 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
an individual pace and comfort level.
Resident: $30 /
No class Monday, May 27
Nonresident: $37
#23599 April 29 - June 10
Monday 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $37
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Adult recre
ation
Barre2Pilates
Ages 16 +
This invigorating barre based class combines isometric movements
and stretching which use the largest parts of the body. This workout will
raise metabolism and sculpt muscles. Exercising with Barre2Pilates will
create balance, strength, and long lean lines using graceful movements.
Come and experience our new barre center in the Garfield Ballroom with
Barre2Pilates! Try our special winter promotion - unlimited classes on
the days and times below from January 2 - March 30 for only $89 a
month!
Instructors: Barre2Pilates
Location: Garfield Ballroom
Monday, 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. (Toddlers welcome)
Tuesday, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. and 6:45 - 7:45 p.m.
Wednesday, 6 - 7 p.m.
Thursday, 6 - 7 p.m.
Saturday, 9 - 10 a.m. and 10:15 - 11:15 a.m.
#22397
Jan 2 - 31
Dates and times above
#22398
Feb 1 - 28
Dates and times above
#22399
March 2 - 30
Dates and times above
Resident/Nonresident: $89/month
Drop-in: $10/ class
Stroller Shape Up
Adults 16 +
This special outdoor bootcamp class is designed to give you maximum
results in minimum time by combining cardio, resistance training,
abdominal/core exercises in each 30-minute bootcamp class. Attendees
can expect 5-12 lbs of weight loss, 1- 3’ inch decrease in mid-section,
increases in strength and endurance. Most classes will be outdoors with
beautiful Lake Erie views. An exercise matt and pair of dumbbells are
required for each class. Open to all fitness levels. All classes are led by
a Certified Fitness Trainer. Register online at MentorFitBody.com or by
calling (440) 549-0855.
Instructor: FitBody Bootcamp Staff
Location: Mentor Beach Park
January 2 - 30
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:30 am - 6:30 am
February 1 - 27
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:30 am - 6:30 am
March 4 - 27
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:30 am - 6:30 am
April 1 - 29
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:30 am - 6:30 am
May 1 - 31
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:30 am - 6:30 am
$99/month
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Adults 16 +
Chair yoga is a modified form of yoga where we practice on chairs. It is
designed for the middle aged or elderly to strengthen and tone muscles,
tendons, joints and glands. You won’t have to get up and down from the
floor but can benefit from postures performed on and around the chair.
Chair yoga is a wonderfully gentle way to keep in shape or get back into
shape. You will learn proper breathing so that your body is using oxygen
at maximum capacity which influences the flow of blood while you are in a
posture. The gentle movements, holding a pose, breath and blood move
to the various joints and systems providing a ‘squeeze and soak’ effect
which is all your body desires to feel good, heal, and offer a sense of wellbeing. After the first class we will work with 1-3 lb. weights for part of the
class to increase strength and stamina. There will be a short relaxation
and meditation portion toward the end of the class. Come and try our new
chair yoga class and see how great you feel after just one class! Patty
McPhillips is a certified yoga therapist and student of yoga for over 25
years. Bring a mat and a small pillow or blanket. Do not eat for 2 hours
prior to class.
Instructor: Patty McPhillips
Location: Old Council Hall
# 22448
January 8 - February 12
Tuesday
6:30 - 7:30 pm
# 22449
March 5 - April 9
Tuesday
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Resident: $72 / Nonresident: $90
Adult 18 + and baby
Bring your baby and get back into shape! This total body workout includes
power walking, jogging, toning and stretching. Strollers and resistance
bands will enhance the workout, and your baby will have fun and be
involved in the exercises too! All fitness levels are welcome. Please wear
running/walking shoes, loose comfortable clothing, and bring a stroller
(jogging or other sturdy type), water bottle and a towel or mat. Melissa
Jenkins has been involved in group fitness for over 12 years and holds a
master’s degree in Community Health Education. Her areas of interest
include women and children’s fitness. As a mother of two, she realizes the
barriers that prevent women from exercising after they have children and
are committed to helping them overcome those obstacles to reach their
fitness goals.
Instructor: Melissa Jenkins
Location: Civic Center Pavilion
#24159
April 17 - May 15
Wednesday
6 - 7 p.m.
Resident: $32 / Nonresident: $38
Fitbody BootCamp
Chair Yoga for Adults
Stress Relief Workout
Adults 16 +
Stressful days? Take time to re-energize yourself. This class is ideal for
all ages and fitness levels, especially for those who want the benefits
of exercise without the gym atmosphere. No mirrors, drill sergeants, no
pressure! And if you have kids learning to skate downstairs, this is a great
way to get your exercise in while they learn! Each class provides the mix
needed to improve cardiovascular endurance, strengthen muscles, burn
fat and relax. The first 30 minutes includes simple low-impact aerobics
to bring your heart rate up to a safe level. Weight bearing exercises,
stretching, controlled breathing and relaxation complete the class. Please
bring light weights, a mat and water bottle. Wear loose, comfortable
clothing and tennis shoes.
Instructor: Cheryl DuLaney
Location: Ice Arena Community Room
#23642
Jan 16 - Feb 20
Wednesday
6 - 7 pm
#23643
March 6 - April 10
Wednesday
6 - 7 pm
#23644
April 17 - May 22
Wednesday
6 - 7 pm
Resident: $32 / Nonresident: $42
Cardio-Kickboxing
Adults 16 +
Here’s one great way to get in shape! Increase your stamina and flexibility,
strengthen those abdominal muscles, tighten those buns, do it all to good
music and you’ve got the recipe for a really good workout! Sign up now
and see for yourself how you can have a great workout and fun at the
same time! Please bring an exercise mat and water bottle. All participants
must be pre-registered before attending class. No class May 28.
Instructor: Gary Remner
Location: Ice Arena Community Room
#22442
January 7 - 30
Mon & Wed 7:15 - 8:30 pm
#22443
February 4 - 27
Mon & Wed 7:15 - 8:30 pm
#22444
March 4 - 27
Mon & Wed 7:15 - 8:30 pm
#22445
April 1 - 24
Mon & Wed 7:15 - 8:30 pm
#23761
May 1 - 29
Mon & Wed 7:15 - 8:30 pm
Resident: $42 / Nonresident: $52
WWW.CITYOFMENTOR.COM/PLAY
Running Class
Ages 10 - Adult
Have you always wanted to train for and run a road race - a 5K, 10K, or
half marathon? This running class with experienced marathon runner
Kate Pophal of Perfect Pace Running, will help you train for any race
and be prepared for the Rite Aid Half or 10K races on May 20 or the
5K race on May 19 in Cleveland. Enjoy the camaraderie of running with
others in training and learn all of the tricks and preparations you’ll need
to be successful. You’ll meet at Achilles Running Shop, 7439 Mentor
Ave, and set out for a solid run each week. Participants should wear
running clothes and running shoes and dress in layers for the weather.
Each participant will get a shirt, hat or gloves, too! Class is appropriate
for anyone serious about training for a race. Kate Pophal specializes in
training beginner and veteran runners for races from the 5k to the Boston
Marathon qualifiers. Pophal coached at Xavier University and is a certified
personal trainer.
Instructor: Kate Pophal
Location: Achilles Running Shop
#24157
Feb 4 - May 20
Monday
6 - 8 p.m.
#24158
Feb 5 - May 21
Tuesday 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Resident: $99 / Nonresident: $109
Zumba
Adults 16 +
Do you Zumba? The Zumba exercise craze has hit Mentor! Here’s your
chance to learn the newest fitness routine - an intensely fun workout
combining cha-cha, salsa, reggae and hip-hop dance moves with a few
traditional moves like squats and plies. You’ll burn calories, laugh, dance,
and enjoy moving to energetic music. Dance experience is not required,
you’ll learn as you go. Class is great for teens and adults. Bring a
waterbottle, a towel and wear good exercise shoes.
Instructor: LaDonna Mitchell
Location: Old Council Hall
#23696
Feb 4 - March 11
Monday
7:10 - 8:10 p.m.
#23698
Feb 6 - March 13
Wednesday 7:10 - 8:10 p.m.
#23700
Feb 9 - March 16
Saturday
10 - 11 am
#23697
March 25 - April 29
Monday
7:10 - 8:10 p.m.
#23699
March 27 - May 1
Wednesday 7:10 - 8:10 p.m.
#23701
March 30 - May 4
Saturday
10 - 11 am
Resident: $42 / Nonresident: $52
Resident registration begins January 2
* Nonresidents registration begins January 4
See page 43 for registration information
Party & Wedding Dance for All
Adults 18 +
Adults 18 +
If you caught the dancing bug watching Richard Gere in the movie Shall
We Dance, you know that swing dancing is once again sweeping across
the country. In this class, you’ll learn the basic footwork and patterns
of leading and following in the East Coast Swing (Jitterbug). Dress
casually and wear slick soled shoes. This is a great class for couples,
though singles will be paired with a partner. All types of music (swing, big
band, classic rock-n-roll and country) is used. Specific directions to the
classroom will be on receipt. Cost to participate is per person. No class
February 18.
Instructors: Susan and Joe Marino
Location: Lakeland Community College Building Y
#22930
January 18 - March 1
Friday
7:30 - 8:30 pm
#22931
April 19 - May 24
Friday
7:30 - 8:30 pm
Resident: $39 / Nonresident: $49
Intermediate Swing Dance
Adults 18 +
This intermediate class will help you take your swing dance skills from
basic to “Wow”! It’s a continuation of the beginning swing dance class
and not for beginners. Learn advanced moves including twists, turns, and
a lot of wild and crazy steps. Dress casually and wear slick-soled shoes.
Specific directions to the classroom will be on receipt. Fee is per person.
No class February 18.
Instructors: Susan and Joe Marino
Location: Lakeland Community College Building Y
#22932
January 18 - March 1
Friday
8:30 - 9:30 pm
#22933
April 19 - May 24
Friday
8:30 - 9:30 pm
Resident: $39 / Nonresident: $49
Fencing
Ages 8 - Adult
You’ll get plenty of exercise and fun as you learn the fundamentals of
modern foil fencing in this new class which includes stretching, footwork,
lunges, attack, parry-riposte, strategy, tactics and bouting. Fun and safety
are emphasized while developing hand-eye coordination, agility, dexterity
and stamina as well as social skills and manners. All equipment is
provided, so come out and try something new.
Instructor: Tom Nagy
Location: Mentor Beach Park South Room
#22377
February 28 - April 4
Thursday 5 - 6:15 pm
#22378
April 18 - May 23
Thursday 5 - 6:15 pm
Resident: $64 / Nonresident: $80
Men’s Open Hoops
This class is designed to teach you the basics of several traditional dances
that will allow you to join in on the fun at a variety of functions. Learn,
or brush up on, dances like Polka, Basic Swing, Slow Dancing, Stroll,
Barndance, Tarantella, Hora Medley (Jewish traditional), and others.
Brides and grooms-to-be, and their wedding party, will have a ball and
benefit from this class! Register a group of eight or more people and the
bride and groom can attend for free. No expertise is necessary, just come
and join the fun! Dress casually and wear slick-soled shoes. Specific
directions to the classroom will be on class receipt. Cost to participate is
per person.
Instructors: Susan and Joe Marino
Location: Lakeland Community College Building Y
#22934
January 18 - March 1
Friday
6:30 - 7:30 pm
#22935
April 19 - May 24
Friday
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Resident: $39 / Nonresident: $49
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Beginner Swing Dance
Adults 18 +
If you are looking for a great place to play basketball in a fun and
supervised environment, try Men’s Open Hoops. Supervision is provided
for questions and assistance. Locker rooms will not be available.
Register early, maximum number of participants is 35.
Coordinator: Larry Moskal
Location: Ridge Middle School
#23322
January 15 - March 5
Tuesday 7:30 - 9:30 pm
#23323
January 17 - March 7
Thursday 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Resident: $45 / Nonresident: $55
Now forming a winter/spring
Adult Co-Ed volleyball class
Call us at (440) 974-5720 for details.
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Mentor in Motion:
The Walk, Run, Bike, Hike, Swim, Skate,
Golf Way to Get Moving
Mentor In Motion is a personal challenge event that encourages
all members of our community, from kids to seniors, to get
active, and best of all, it’s simple. When you register for the
club, you can walk, run, bike, hike, swim, skate, even golf your
way toward completing 100 miles of motion. It’s easier than
you think to accomplish. Walk one mile (about 2,200 steps) five
days a week and you’ll reach 100 miles before Memorial Day.
Fit in an occasional hike, skate or bike ride, and you’ll reach
your goal more quickly. Take the challenge and involve your
family members, too. This is a great event for all. Sign up and
we’ll give you everything you need to get started including a
pedometer to help count your miles. You’ll also get an exercise
conversion sheet to help you track your motion across a variety
of movements and a personalized record log to set your goals
and record your miles, plus lots of other good information you
can use to move 100 miles or more. And, best of all, we’ve got
great prizes to give away when you turn in your mileage logs.
Questions? Contact the Recreation Department at (440) 9745720. #19322 Resident: $15 / Nonresident: $20
Body Sculpting by
Exterior Designs
All classes are taught by Certified
Fitness Trainers. Join anytime! We
offer free Saturday make-ups if you
miss a class. Class size is limited
and advance registration is required!
Register online at flexcity.com or call
216-313-FLEX or 1-800-659-FLEX.
Classes are held:
Monday/Wednesday
January 7 - February 4; February 11 - March 13; March 20 - April
17;
April 24 - May 22
Tuesday/Thursday
January 15 - February 7; February 14 - March 12; March 19 April 16; April 18 - May 16
Saturday
January 26 - March 30; April 6 - June 8
Phenomenal Abdominals
Strengthen and firm your torso, flatten your belly, and define
your midsection in this 30-minute class with new exercises
devoted to working on the upper, lower and side abdominal
muscles. Suitable for all fitness levels. Only equipment needed
is an exercise mat and stretch band.
Instructor: Body Sculpting Staff
Tues & Thurs, 9:30 - 10 a.m.
Old Council Hall
Tues & Thurs, 7 - 7:30 p.m.
Community Center
Saturday, 10:30 - 11 a.m.
Community Center
Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $38
Register online at www.cityofmentor.com/play.
See page 43 for details.
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Body Sculpting™
Instructor: Body Sculpting Staff
Awaken your entire body with this new and improved Body Sculpting
workout designed to make you lean and defined. Build and sculpt muscles,
strengthen your core, improve your strength and flexibility while burning fat
and calories by using just one set of 5 lb. dumbbells. You will gain strength,
balance, flexibility and endurance while focusing on total body health. Bring
a set of 5-pound dumbbells, exercise mat, water bottle, and stretch band to
class. Accommodates all fitness levels. Work out at your own pace.
Mon & Wed, 6 - 7 p.m.
Old Council Hall
Tues & Thurs, 10 - 11 a.m.
Old Council Hall
Tues & Thurs, 4:50 - 5:50 p.m.
Community Center
Tues & Thurs, 6 - 7 p.m.
Community Center
Tues & Thurs, 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Community Center
Saturday, 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Community Center
Resident: $55 / Nonresident: $63
Stretch This
Flexibility is the key to mobility! Reduce stress and create body harmony in
this 30-minute stretching class designed to stretch the entire body, including
the lower back and core area. Ideal for men and women of all ages and
fitness levels; stretch at your own pace. Bring an exercise mat, water bottle,
and stretch band to class. Classes are taught by a Certified Fitness Trainer.
Instructor: Body Sculpting Staff
Tues & Thurs, 11 - 11:30 a.m.
Old Council Hall
Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $38
Ohio Boating Education Course
Taking an Ohio Boating Education Course (OBEC) will
allow you to comply with the Ohio Boater Education
laws and will also satisfy other states’ boater education
requirements. Topics covered are trailering, docking,
navigation rules, operating a personal watercraft, personal
flotation devices, and handling boating emergencies. All
persons born after January 1, 1982 must have a certificate
to operate watercraft over 10 horsepower. Once passing this course,
individuals age 12 to 15 may operate a personal watercraft if a supervising
person age 18 or older is on board. Those older than 16 may operate
a personal watercraft if they successfully pass this course. This course
may also make you eligible for a discount on your boat or PWC insurance!
Participants must attend 8 hours to be eligible to take the test.
Instructor: Jim Zofchak
Location: Mentor Municipal Center
#23572
January 26
Saturday
9 am - 5 pm
#23573
February 24
Sunday
9 am - 5 pm
#23574
March 23
Saturday
9 am - 5 pm
#23575
April 21
Sunday
9 am - 5 pm
#23576
May 14 - 15
Tues & Wed 6 - 10 pm
Resident: $16 / Nonresident: $21
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In the Kitchen
with Judi Strauss
Adults 16+
Instructor: Judi Strauss
Judi Strauss has all new cooking
demonstration classes for you to enjoy!
Judi’s classes are a great way to learn new
cooking techniques, taste new recipes and
experience cooking in a fun environment.
Each class lists an additional food fee
payable in cash to the instructor the
night of each class. In each class, there
will plenty to taste and recipes for home.
Come ‘cook - up’ some new recipes with
Judi! Each class has a food fee of $8
payable in cash to instructor the night of
class.
Instructor: Judi Strauss
Location: Wildwood Kitchen
Resident: $14 / Nonresident: $17 per class
Comfort Soups
Cinco Di Mayo
Soups are foods that bring back memories
of childhood and warming up on a chilly day.
In class you’ll learn how to make soups for
everyday and soups for special occasions.
Recipes will include Mesclun Soup, Lentil
Soup, Potato and Leek Soup, Polish
Mushroom Soup and Sweet and Sour Duck
Soup among others.
#23705
March 19
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
Mexican and Tex - Mex foods are really hot! Popular
and spicy these are foods that always make the party.
If you don’t know your ancho from your poblano its
time to take the toro by the horns. Class will include a
glossary of ingredients as well as sources. Ole!
#23709
April 16
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
My Mother’s Polish Kitchen
You don’t have to be Polish to love Polish
food! This class will be a sharing of recipes
and cooking tips from the instructor’s
Polish Mother. You’ll get recipes for all
the traditional favorites from Kielbasa
to Pierogis as well as recipes for soups,
salads, main dishes and desserts.
#23706
March 26
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
Pasta
NEW! Breads of the World
Nearly every country has its own special
type of bread. In this class you will learn
how to make bread from many cultures
including Swedish, Finn, Italian, Polish,
Jewish, Middle Eastern and others. There
will be a cooking demo in class as well as a
‘hands - on’ session on pita bread.
#23703
February 5
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
This dinner time staple is more popular
than ever. In class you’ll learn how to make
fabulous pasta from scratch. Among the
pastas we’ll try are carrot, broccoli, and
sesame, whole wheat, sour cream and
many more. There will be some hands - on
pasta rolling and some recipes for using
store bought pasta, too.
#23707
April 2
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
Cooking with Herbs
Pasta Sauces
Cooking with herbs (and spices) can
enhance even the simplest of foods. It can
also be a way to reduce the use of salt in
cooking. In this class you’ll learn the basics
of cooking with herbs, both fresh and dried.
Buying, preserving and storing herbs will be
discussed as well as extending their shelf
life. There will be a cooking demonstration;
instructor’s cookbook will also be available.
#23704
February 19
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
If your family is like most American families
you are probably eating more pasta than
ever. There are also more types of pasta
to choose from every day. Still, the most
common pasta topping is still tomato sauce.
In class you’ll get plenty of new recipes and
ideas to make your pasta special every
night. Recipes include Indonesian Peanut
Sauce, Almost Alfredo (a reduced fat dish),
Carrot sauce and more.
#23708
April 9
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
Photoshop Elements - 101,
A Primer in Post Processing
Salads can be side dishes or main dishes and nothing
quite matches a properly tossed salad. Still, salads
can be so much more than lettuce. In class you’ll learn
how to make salads of all types and you’ll learn how to
make salad dressings, too.
#23710
April 23
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
Cool Summer Dining
Summer is a time of year when we like to entertain
family and friends at picnics, parties and cookouts, but
still want time to relax. You can do both. In class you’ll
get plenty of tips for preparing meals requiring little or
no cooking that still taste great. You might even have
time for the beach
#23711
April 30
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
Cheesecakes
America’s favorite dessert – at least by some accounts.
In class you’ll learn how to make perfect cheesecake
every time. Recipes to take home include cheesecake
from the Russian Tearoom, Frozen Mocha Cheesecake
and even a reduced fat recipe.
#23712
May 7
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
Easy Desserts
We all love to eat them but we don’t always have the time
to make them. In this class you’ll get recipes for simple
and tasty desserts. Bring your sweet tooth to class!
#23713
May 14
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
For Chocolate Lover’s Only
For many people consuming chocolate is one of life’s
great joys. Cooking with chocolate can be enjoyable,
too. From the basics of handling and working with
chocolate to baked treats this class will give you plenty
of ways to indulge.
#23714
May 21
Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
Photoshop Elements - 202, Advanced
Adults 16+
Introduction to navigating the vast arrangement of tools in this powerful
and very affordable Adobe software. Learn the fundamentals of image
processing after image capture. Must - know basics include cropping,
sizing, sharpening, color correction, layers, retouching and many others.
Class will include a Power - Point presentation demonstrating the tools as
they are applied to everyday photography.
Instructor: Steve Manchook
Location: Wildwood South Wing
#23695 February 4 - 11
Monday 7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $50 / Nonresident: $60
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Adults 16+
This class will teach you to use the most necessary tools for making
photographic improvements, including color correction, resizing, image
sharpening, retouching, and the use of layers. Students should have a
basic understanding of the tools used in Photoshop Elements (any version)
and have had some ‘screen time’ with the software. Each student is
required to have a laptop, as this is a hands - on class.
Instructor: Steve Manchook
Location: Wildwood South Wing
#23702 Feb 12 - March 5 Tuesday 7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $100 / Nonresident: $115
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Create Your Own Flower
Arrangements
Adults 16+
Join us in this two week class of creative
enjoyment! You will make beautiful fresh floral
and silk arrangements; please bring a paring
knife and wire cutters to the classes. All fresh
flowers will be provided for a $12 fee payable
in cash to the instructor. We’ll discuss your
silk arrangement at the first class; students
will be responsible for purchasing their own
silk flowers.
Instructor: Chris Amos
Location: Wildwood Kitchen
#22006 March 25 - April 1 Monday
7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $20 / Nonresident: $22
Create Your Own Bridal Flowers
Adults 16+
All brides - to - be can learn how to save money
by creating your own floral arrangements for
your big day! It’s easier than you may think
and the cost of creating your own bouquets is
reasonable. There will be a demonstration on
creating a variety of bridal bouquets, corsages
and pew bows. Bring your creative talents and
ideas! A $5 material fee is payable in cash to
the instructor at the first class to cover bows
and corsages you’ll take home.
Instructor: Chris Amos
Location: Wildwood Kitchen
#23745 April 8 - 29
Monday 7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $24 / Nonresident: $30
Adults 16+
Introductions to Spanish
Having trouble making a vase arrangement? Let me
help. We will be making a vase arrangement of fresh
spring flowers to awaken spring into your home. Please
bring a paring knife; all other supplies will be provided.
A $20 supply fee is payable in cash to the instructor the
night of the class.
Instructor: Chris Amos
Location: Wildwood Kitchen
#23770 March 18
Monday 7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $12 / Nonresident: $15
Adults 16+
Spring Wreaths
Adults 16+
Let’s make a silk spring wreath together to brighten
up your decor! Please bring wire cutters & scissors;
all other supplies will be provided. A $20 supply fee is
payable in cash to the instructor the night of the class.
Instructor: Chris Amos
Location: Wildwood Kitchen
#23746 May 6 Monday 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Resident: $10 / Nonresident: $12
NEW!
Exploring Colored Pencil
Adults 16+
Have you ever wanted to try colored pencil? Are you
thinking about experimenting with a new medium? In this
class you will explore the many faces of colored pencil.
Get to know the medium, learn a little history and apply
conscientious strokes to achieve beautiful results.
Instructor: Lisa Urankar
Location: Wildwood Blue Room
#23595 March 20 - April 24 Wednesday 7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $60 / Nonresident: $70
The Benefits of Becoming a Member of Wildwood Cultural Center
Wildwood Cultural Center offers a unique membership opportunity to area residents interested in
supporting the preservation of the center’s historical value and the continued development of cultural
opportunities through the City of Mentor. The City of Mentor’s Wildwood Cultural Center is supported
in part by more than 250 members who choose to support the cultural arts in our community.
Members of Wildwood Cultural Center receive a 10% discount on all Wildwood sponsored classes,
FREE admission to our special events, as well as a quarterly newsletter. Wildwood members will also
receive a 10% discount on all private rentals at Wildwood Cultural Center. For more information on
becoming a member of Wildwood Cultural Center, visit www.cityofmentor.com/play/culturalarts or
call (440) 974 - 5735. Support Cultural Arts. The benefits are endless!
Wildwood Clubs
Wildwood Basketry Guild
The Wildwood Basketry Guild was formed to help
stimulate an interest in the art of basketry. Anyone
is welcome to attend meetings, held the third
Thursday of the month from 6 - 9:30 p.m. Call
(440) 974 - 5735 for meeting dates.
Wildwood Garden Club
The Wildwood Garden Club meets the third
Wednesday of each month, September through May
at Wildwood Cultural Center. Members are active in
the planning, planting and maintaining the gardens
around the Wildwood mansion. Members also
learn and create at seminars and special programs
sponsored by the club. Call (440) 974 - 5735 for
more information.
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NEW!
Fresh Spring Flower Vase
Wildwood Quilters Guild
The Wildwood Quilters Guild meets the
second Tuesday of each month, 7 - 9
p.m., from September through May at the
Wildwood Cultural Center. The Quilters
welcome new members. For more
information, call Wildwood Cultural Center
at (440) 974 - 5735.
Wildwood Singers
Under the instruction of David Debick, the
Wildwood Cultural Center chorus group
The Wildwood Singers meet on Tuesdays
from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. New members
welcome! If you would like to join, call
(440) 974 - 5735.
Students will learn the basics of the
language and also learn about different
aspects of Spanish and Latin - American
culture. Students will have the opportunity
to read, listen and write Spanish and
use it in many ways, such as describing
their surroundings, talking about likes
and dislikes, the time, weather, numbers
and colors. Required book: “Spanish: in
10 Minutes a Day” by Kershul. (Can be
purchased at Barnes & Noble for $26.99)
Instructor: Maria Slusher
Location: Wildwood Gold Room
#23736 March 18 - April 23
Monday/Tuesday 7 - 8:30 p.m.
Resident: $102 / Nonresident: $107
Painting with Watercolors
Adults 16+
Learning to paint with watercolors can be
fun and provide you with new artistic talent.
This class will include a comprehensive
study of landscape painting directed toward
the beginning student. Color, form, size and
design will be studied with completed works
as a result. A material supply list will be sent
to you by the instructor one week before
class starts.
Instructor: John Peters
Location: Wildwood South Wing
#23593 March 20 - May 8
Wednesday 7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $60 / Nonresident: $75
NEW!
Intro Jewelry Design Workshop
Adults 16+
Have you ever had the desire to create your
own stylish jewelry? Ever seen a piece of
jewelry at a department store, wanted to
have it but it cost too much? In this course,
you will learn to make one - of - a - kind
handmade jewelry to keep for yourself or give
as a gift. You will create your own beautiful
bracelets, necklaces, or earrings using
stringing, wire and/or stamping techniques
with these materials: polymer clay, epoxy,
resin, metal and a variety of beads. Instructor
will email materials list to students prior to
first class meeting. Basic tools needed are:
round nose pliers, wire cutters, chain nose
pliers, bead mat (felt, foam, or thick fabric)
and bead board. Kits will be available at
the beginning of each class for $5 - $10 for
certain projects – payable in cash to the
instructor. Participants may be required to
pick up supplies for some projects.
Instructor: Heather Bates
Location: Wildwood Green
#23747 March 20 - April 24
Wednesday 7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $27 / Nonresident: $32
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Voice
Adults 16+
Singing is the only form of music - making that
requires no external object (i.e. violin, drum)
to produce sounds. Our voices are musical
instruments. These small group sessions will
teach students the basics of singing: breathing,
diction, abdominal support, tone quality,
phrasing, expression, etc. No prior instruction
is required. Adults and teens are welcome.
Access to a keyboard in between lessons is
helpful but not required. A minimal book fee is
payable to the instructor the first night of class
(in cash).
Instructor: David Debick
Location: Wildwood Front Room
#23692 March 18 - April 22 Monday
8:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $37
Drawing Studio at Wildwood
Adults 16+
For beginning students basic drawing
instructions covering techniques in a variety
of subject matter will be addressed. All skill
levels welcome. More advanced students are
welcome to bring in their own projects and
receive personal guidance from instructor.
Supplies should include assorted soft graphite
pencils, pencil sharpener, kneaded eraser and
a pad of 9 x 12 Bristol smooth paper.
Instructor: Sandy D’Amico
Location: Wildwood Blue Room
#23594 March 18 - April 22 Monday
7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $47 / Nonresident: $57
NEW!
NEW!
Latch Hook 101
Adults 16+
Get Hooked! Whether you are new to latch
hooking or just haven’t latched hooked
in years, come learn the basics. Learn to
measure Count, read patterns and finish your
project. Material Fee of $25 payable in cash to
instructor on the first night of class.
Instructor: Stephanie Conn
Location: Wildwood Gold Room
#23739 March 26 - April 9 Tuesday 7 - 9
p.m.
Resident: $29 / Nonresident: $34
Crochet for Beginners
Adults 16+
In this beginning crochet class, you will explore
hook sizes, yarn selection, and some basic
crochet stitches. You will begin by working on
a sample scarf using the stitches you have
learned. Then we will review the stitches,
finishing and edging your scarf and learn some
joining techniques, as time permits. Students
need to bring to class a size “H” crochet hook,
a skein of light colored worsted weight non
variegated, non textured yarn (such as Red
Heart), a pair of scissors and a tapestry needle.
Instructor: Stephanie Porkorny
Location: Wildwood Green Room
#23592
March 18 - 25 Monday
7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $22 / Nonresident: $28
Multi Media Art Class
Adults 16+
Mathemazing!
Adults 16+
A fun way to experience mathematical concepts
for life’s enjoyment! Learn to calculate
percentages and averages related to baseball
and other sports so you can keep track of
your favorite player’s stats during the World
Series. Calculate interest, ratios, estimates
and measurements using decimals, fractions,
whole and real numbers, as well as powers,
exponentials and radicals. Algebraic and
trigonometric functions will also be covered.
Instructor: Keith Conn
Location: Wildwood Green Room
#23738 April 2 - May 21 Tuesday
7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $61 / Nonresident: $66
New! Ohio History
Adults 16+
Learn about Ohio, its historical figures,
personalities, and unknown interesting facts. A
night of exploring and reliving Ohio’s past and
present.
Instructor: Keith Conn
Location: Wildwood Gold Room
#23737 March 21
Thursday
7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $5 / Nonresident: $7
Enjoy the opportunity to create art in the media
of your choice, which includes oil, acrylic,
watercolor, pencil, pastel or colored pencil
and more! Classes are held in a spacious
light filled room with views of the surrounding
grounds. Students will receive a continuous
one on one education in a relaxed setting. All
levels of artistic development, from the
beginning student to the more mature artist,
are welcome. Since classes are taught one on
one, students will advance at their own pace.
Some classes will include a brief lecture and/
or demonstration of art theories or principles.
If you wish to start something new, Dottie
will recommend the supplies you will need.
Bring your supplies and subject matter to the
first class. Come prepared to learn, create,
experiment and enjoy art! No class Monday,
May 27.
Instructor: Dottie Geisert
Location: Wildwood South Wing
#23693 April 1 - June 10 Monday
2 - 4 p.m.
#23694 April 3 - June 5 Wednesday 2 - 4 p.m.
Resident: $70 / Nonresident: $85
Resident registration begins January 2.
Nonresident registration begins January 4.
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Family/Personal
Emergency Preparedness
Adult 16+
Learn how to prepare for short term and long
term emergencies if fires, severe weather,
floods or power outage force you to evacuate.
Learn how to handle local emergencies, how
to assemble a 72 - hour kit for your family and
you can leave class with a kit for your car. Get
information to start a personal emergency food
storage system for use during unemployment,
local or national food shortages. A $10 supply
fee is payable to the instructor in cash the night
of the class.
Instructor: Shannon Voge
Location: Wildwood Green Room
#23591 March 18 - 25 Monday 7 - 9 p.m.
Resident: $34 / Nonresident: $40
NEW!
Healthy Living Series
Adults 18+
Learn how to have better health and more
energy through proper nutrition. With over 12
years educating people on the subject, Kimberly
Palombo has 20 years experience in the health
care industry and is an RN, with a BSN from
Kent State University.
Instructor: Kimberly Palombo
Location: Wildwood South Wing
Resident: $5 / Nonresident: $7
Better Health Starts Here and
Healthy Heart
Information regarding alarming US health
statistics on the increased incidence of asthma,
ADD, obesity and recommended solutions
including diet, exercise, stress management and
lifestyle practices.
#23748 March 19 Tuesday 9:30 - 11 a.m.
Keeping Families Healthy, Raising
Kids in a World of Pizza and Soda
Learn health statistics, information on colds/flu,
allergies, the immune system, sports nutrition and
fitness. Will discuss solutions and actions that
can be taken to improve health.
#23749 March 26 Tuesday 9:30 - 11 a.m.
Healthy Environment
Learn information on environmental toxins,
healthy skin care and solutions & actions to be
taken to improve your personal environment.
#23750
April 2
Tuesday
9:30 - 11 a.m.
Healthy Weight/Aging/Dementia/
Colon Health
Learn information on disease prevention and the
solutions and actions to stay healthy.
#23751
April 9
Tuesday 9:30 - 11 a.m.
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Ed2Go is Mentor Recreation’s Online Learning Center.
You’ll find over 300 courses - on everything from Business, Teaching
and Nursing, to Digital Photography, Spanish and Creating Web Pages with most courses starting as low as $89
Our instructor facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to
create warm and supportive communities of learners.
All courses run for six weeks (with a two week grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on
assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office, any time of
the day or night.
All courses require internet access, email, Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser. Some courses may have
additional requirements. Please visit the online instruction center at www.ed2go.com/mentor for details.
Courses start the third Wednesday of each month. Winter class start dates are January 16, February 20, March 20, April 17 and May 15.
Visit our Online Instruction Center www.ed2go.com/mentor today and ENROLL NOW.
BUSINESS COURSES
Accounting Fundamentals
Gain a marketable new skill by learning the
basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial
reporting, and more.
Introduction to QuickBooks
Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control
over the financial aspects of your business.
Mastery of Business Fundamentals
Acquire practical experience in strategic
planning, management, and finance without
enrolling in an MBA program.
Marketing Your Business on the Internet
E-commerce expert helps you develop an
Internet marketing plan for your business.
Plus:
Administrative Assistant Fundamentals
Managing Customer Service
Professional Sales Skills
Principles of Sales Management
Project Management Fundamentals
Understanding the Human Resources Function
Fundamentals of Supervision and Management
Purchasing Fundamentals
Business and Marketing Writing
Secrets of the Caterer
Growing Plants for Fun and Profit
Publish It Yourself: How to Start and Operate
Your Own Publishing Business
Start Your Own Consulting Practice
Start and Operate Your Own Home-Based
Business
Creating a Successful Business Plan
Turn your business ideas into a solid plan for
financing and long-term success.
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GRANT WRITING/NONPROFITS
Starting a Nonprofit
Industry veteran shows you how to take a
nonprofit business from vision to reality.
Plus:
Introduction to Nonprofit Management
Marketing Your Nonprofit
Get Grants!
A to Z Grantwriting
Writing Effective Grant Proposals
Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant
CAREER IDEAS
Become a Veterinary Assistant
Real Estate Investing
Get Paid to Travel
Fundamentals of Technical Writing
Introduction to Criminal Law
Legal Nurse Consulting
Publish It Yourself: How to Start and Operate
Your Own Publishing Business
Become an Optical Assistant
Become a Physical Therapy Aide
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Grammar Refresher
Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search
Individual Excellence
Leadership
Computer Skills for the Workplace
Merrill Ream Speed Reading
Music Made Easy
Drawing for the Absolute Beginner
Genealogy Basics
Assisting Aging Parents
Ready, Set, Read!
Understanding Adolescents
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
Get Assertive!
Goodbye to Shy
Get Funny!
Achieving Success with Difficult People
Healing Through Hypnosis
Keys to Effective Communication
Handling Medical Emergencies
TEST PREP
GED Preparation
Prepare for GED Language Arts, Writing Test
Prepare for the GED Math Test
SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 1
SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 2
GMAT Preparation
GRE Preparation - Part 1
GRE Preparation - Part 2
LSAT Preparation - Part 1
LSAT Preparation - Part 2
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Photoshop Elements
I and II are now available!
Master the most advanced features of Photoshop
Elements for Windows and take your photo editing
skills to the next level!
Plus:
Discover Digital Photography
Making Movies with Windows XP
Photographing People With Your Digital Camera
LANGUAGES
Speed Spanish I, II and III
Instant Italian
Grammar for ESL
Writing for ESL
Conversational Japanese
WWW.CITYOFMENTOR.COM/PLAY
LAW & LEGAL CAREERS
Business Law for Small Business Owners
Constitutional Law: Bill of Rights
Legal Nurse Consulting
Employment Law Fundamentals
Workers’ Compensation
PERSONAL FINANCE
Real Estate Investing
Where Does All My Money Go?
Convenient, Affordable,and Effective
Personal Finance
Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh, My!
The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks
Introduction to Stock Options
Keys to Successful Money Management
Introduction to Microsoft Excel
HEALTH CARE
Become a Physical Therapy Aide
Prepare for a rewarding career as a valued
member of the physical therapy team.
Become an Optical Assistant
Learn what it takes to become an optical
assistant and discover why it’s one of
today’s most popular and fascinating career
opportunities.
Medical Terminology: A Word Association
Approach
Prepare for a career in the health services
industry by learning medical terminology in a
memorable and enjoyable fashion.
Certificate in End of Life Care
(26 contact hours) Understand the needs of
individuals living with debilitating or terminal
illnesses.
Certificate in Gerontology
(30 contact hours) Earn a certificate proving you
have the skills required to meet the health care
needs of a rapidly aging population.
And these courses:
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Become a Veterinary Assistant
Handling Medical Emergencies
Legal Nurse Consulting
Introduction to Natural Health & Healing
TEACHING
Teaching Writing: Grades 4-6
Teaching Math: Grades 4-6
Solving Classroom Discipline Problems
Survival Kit for New Teachers
Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom
The Classroom Computer
Using the Internet in the Classroom
Creating a Classroom Web Site
Guided Reading: Strategies for the Differentiated
Classroom
Integrating Technology in the Classroom
Creating the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for
Success
Ready, Set, Read!
Microsoft Excel in the Classroom
Microsoft Word 2007 in the Classroom
Microsoft PowerPoint in the Classroom
Teaching Students With Autism: Strategies for
Success
Response to Intervention: Reading Strategies That
Work
Working Successfully With Learning Disabled
Students
WRITING
Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers
Grammar Refresher
Write Your Life Story
Advanced Fiction Writing
The Keys to Effective Editing
Introduction to Journaling
Write Fiction Like a Pro
The Craft of Magazine Writing
Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published
Research Methods for Writers
Fundamentals of Technical Writing
A Writer’s Guide to Descriptive Settings
Forensic Science For Writers
Beginning Writer’s Workshop
Travel Writing
Effective Business Writing
Writing for Children
BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY
Keyboarding
Navigating the Internet
Introduction to Windows XP
Introduction to Linux
Computer Skills for the Workplace
Introduction to PC Security
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Design Projects for Adobe Illustrator
Learn the basics of Adobe Illustrator with design
projects that let you practice as you learn.
Introduction to Photoshop
Learn the basics of using Adobe Photoshop to
create images and edit photos.
Introduction to Dreamweaver
Silicon Alley veteran shows you how to harness
the power of the industry standard tool for Web
designers.
Plus:
Introduction to Microsoft Word
Intermediate Microsoft Word
Advanced Microsoft Word
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Introduction to Microsoft Access
Introduction to Microsoft Excel
Advanced Microsoft Excel
Introduction to PowerPoint
Introduction to Microsoft Publisher
Introduction to Microsoft Outlook
Introduction to Microsoft Project
Introduction to Microsoft Visio
Introduction to Microsoft Office for the Accounting
Professional
Introduction to Illustrator CS3
Introduction to Oracle
Performing Payroll in QuickBooks
QuickBooks for Contractors
Intermediate Photoshop CS3
Introduction to CorelDraw
Introduction to Adobe InDesign CS3
WEB DESIGN
Creating Web Pages
Learn the basics of HTML so you can design,
create, and post your very own site on the Web.
And these classes:
Introduction to Microsoft FrontPage
Achieving Top Search Engine Positions
Creating Web Graphics w Photoshop CS3
Introduction to Flash
Drawing for the Absolute Beginner
WEB PROGRAMMING
Introduction to Java Programming
Introduction to Ruby Programming
Introduction to CSS and XHTML
Introduction to Perl Programming
Introduction to ASP.NET
Introduction to PHP and MySQL
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
Introduction to C++ Programming
Learn to program in C++, even if you have no prior
programming experience!
Other computer classes:
Introduction to C# Programming
Intermediate C# Programming
Introduction to Visual Basic
Introduction to Alice 2.0 Programming
Introduction to SQL
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NETWORKING/TROUBLESHOOTING
Introduction to PC Troubleshooting
Learn to decipher and solve almost any problem
with your PC.
Visit our Online Instruction Center
www.ed2go.com/mentor today and
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& PRACTICE CENTER
8900 Lake Shore Blvd. Mentor
(440) 951-0010
Winter Rates effective through April 14, Monday through Sunday
9 holes
18 holes
9 holes with cart
18 holes with cart
Sr./ Jr. – 9 holes
Sr./Jr. – 18 holes
Senior 18 holes with cart
Resident
$ 9.75
$16.00
$16.50
$26.00
$ 8.75
$14.00
$21.75
Nonresident
$10.25
$17.00
$17.00
$27.00
$ 9.25
$15.00
$22.75
Summer rates effective April 15 through September 30
Monday-Friday
9 holes
9 holes - Sr./Jr.
18 holes
18 holes – Sr./Jr.
Resident
$13.00
$10.25
$23.00
$17.75
Nonresident
$13.50
$10.75
$24.00
$18.75
Weekend & Holiday
9 holes
18 holes
Resident
$15.00
$26.50
Nonresident
$15.50
$27.50
Monday – Friday Special with cart
18 holes
18 holes – Sr.
Resident
Nonresident
$27.50
$23.50
$28.50
$24.50
Saturday after 12
18 holes with cart
ResidentNonresident
$35.00
$36.00
Golf Cart Fees Driving Range
9 holes $7.50
18 holes $15.00
Small $5.75
Medium $7.50
Large $9.50
Driving Range Discount Card
Six Small Bags $27 (save $7.50)
Six Medium Bags $35 (save $10)
Six Large Bags $45 (save $12)
Groups of 50 or more receive a 10% discount Monday - Thursday or
5% discount Friday - Sunday.
Juniors age 17 and under play free when accompanied by a paying
adult on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and weekends after 3 p.m.
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Black Brook Golf Course and Practice Center is open year round.
Yearly Play Cards
Buy a yearly play card for Black Brook Golf Course and play all year
with no additional fees. Play cards are good January 1 through
December 31. Purchase yearly play cards at the Recreation
Department on the second floor at City Hall. Mentor residents must
show proof of residency, i.e. Driver’s License, photo ID and current
utility bill to receive the discounted rate. Senior / Junior rates apply to
those over 60 years of age and under 18
Resident Nonresident
7 Day Passes
$1,570
$1,615
Husband & Wife
Single$1,160 $1,193
Weekday Passes
Husband & Wife
Single
Senior Husband & Wife
Senior
Junior
$1,310
$ 905
$1,095
$ 745
$ 400
$1,348
$ 930
$1,126
$ 765
$ 415
Golf Cart (add to any above)
Single
Husband & wife
$ 400
$ 550
$ 400
$ 550
Tee Times
Scheduled tee times can be booked one week in advance. Permanent
weekend times can be booked upon request and are subject to
availability. Groups of 20 or more may reserve times well in advance
of intended play date and are encouraged to book as early as possible.
Volunteer Opportunities
Black Brook Golf Course has openings for volunteer starter and ranger
positions. Interested individuals must be able to work one four-hour
shift on the weekend and one shift during the week. Applications are
available at Black Brook Golf Course. Please call Tim Ausperk, Golf Pro
and Manager, at (440) 951-0010 for further information.
www.cityofmentor.com/play
Golf Outings
Planning a golf outing? Black Brook Golf Course is a great place to
schedule your group event.
Black Brook features 18 holes with watered fairways, cart paths, a
practice center, along with a fully stocked pro shop. Our staff will tailor
your outing to meet your needs. We can include a complete breakfast,
lunch or dinner. Golfers are served in our covered pavilion overlooking
our famous 18th hole. To learn more about how we can make your
outing a very special event, call (440) 951-0010.
The Practice Center Opens When The Snow Melts
Get your game ready by practicing at our newly built Practice Center
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inclement conditions, target greens, uneven lie area, sand bunkers,
irrigation, and drainage. Practice Center Discount Cards are available
at the pro shop.
Black Brook Golf Academy
Learn How to Play
New Senior Tee Added To The “FAMED” 18th hole
The 18th hole can now be reachable in two shots for the male senior
golfer as we added a senior tee which now measures 330 yards.
Black Brook Golf Course accommodates all ages and all levels of
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ask us at the course when you come and play and we can recommend
which set of tees would be right for you. Our tees and yardages are set
up as follows:
Blue Tees: 6320 yards (Pro’s, College Men, High School Boys, and
Experts)
White Tees: 6073 yards (Men ages 14 through 59)
Silver Tees: 5732 yards (Men ages 60 and above)
Red Tees: 5015 yards (Women)
Yellow Tees: 3540 yards (Junior’s and beginners)
The Black Brook Golf Academy offers every form of instruction to get students ready for play on
the course. Besides our structured golf schools and camps we can also structure a program to
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0010 for information on customized instruction.
Black Brook Golf Academy Instruction Staff
Tim Ausperk
P.G.A. Golf Professional and Manager
Tom Sloat
P.G.A. Golf Professional
Wayne Hrvatin
Assistant Golf Professional
Black Brook Golf Course was recently
named The New Herald’s Best of the Best
in the golf course category.
Congratulations Black Brook!
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Golf School - Juniors
Ages 8 - 14
You will tee off this summer in top form when you complete Golf
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and intermediate golfers. Instruction includes basic fundamentals
of golf including grip, stance, swing, chipping, pitching, putting,
sand shots, and etiquette. There is a maximum of 6 students per
class. Balls and clubs are included in the price of the class, although
students are encouraged to bring their own clubs.
Instructors: Black Brook Golf Academy Instruction Staff
Location: Black Brook Golf Course
#24031 April 20 - May 18 Saturday
10 - 11 am
#24032 April 20 - May 18 Saturday
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Resident: $72 / Nonresident: $85
Golf School - Adults
Ages 15 +
You will tee off this summer in top form when you complete
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for beginner and intermediate golfers. Instruction includes
basic fundamentals of golf including grip, stance, swing,
chipping, pitching, putting, sand shots, and etiquette. There
is a maximum of 6 students per class. Balls and clubs are
included in the price of the class, although students are
encouraged to bring their own clubs.
Instructors: Black Brook Golf Academy Instruction Staff
Location: Black Brook Golf Course
#24033 April 16 - May 14 Tuesday
#24034 April 18 - May 16 Thursday
5:30 - 6:30 pm
5:30 - 6:30 pm
Resident: $72 / Nonresident: $85
Level One Golf
Age 5 - 7
Just for kids ages 5-7, this program will teach the junior golfer the
basics of swing techniques and short game to get them ready for play
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per class will give your child a lesson in a small group setting. A parent
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please register early!
Instructors: Black Brook Golf Academy Instruction Staff
Location: Black Brook Golf Course
#24035 April 20 - May 11 Saturday
1 - 2 pm
Resident: $40 / Nonresident: $48
Looking Ahead to
Black Brook Golf Course
2013 Special Events
Mother’s Day “Moms” Play Free
Sunday, May 12
Father/Son Best Ball
Saturday, June 15
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Golf Camp
Age 8 - 14
This concentrated instruction in golf will teach the junior golfer the
fundamentals of rules and etiquette. The camp will focus on swing
technique, and the short game, including chipping, pitching, sand shots,
and putting. The fee includes range balls. Campers are encouraged
to bring their own clubs, or loaner clubs will be provided. Camp will be
limited to 6 students per class.
Instructors: Black Brook Golf Academy Instruction Staff
Location: Black Brook Golf Course
Age 8 - 11
#24037
#24039
#24041
#24043
June 17 - 20
June 24 - 27
July 8 - 11
July 22 - 25
Mon- Thurs
Mon- Thurs
Mon- Thurs
Mon- Thurs
Age 12 - 14
#24038
June 17 - 20
Mon- Thurs
#24040
June 24 - 27
Mon- Thurs
#24042
July 8 - 11
Mon- Thurs
#24044
July 22 - 25
Mon- Thurs
Resident: $122 / Nonresident: $138
10 - 11:30 am
10 - 11:30 am
10 - 11:30 am
10 - 11:30 am
12 - 1:30 pm
12 - 1:30 pm
12 - 1:30 pm
12 - 1:30 pm
Junior Golf League
Ages 10 - 18
Each Thursday morning in the summer, more than 100 juniors tee it up
for 9 or 18 holes of golf in this program designed for the experienced
junior golfer. The league includes instruction from the Professional Golf
Staff, skills contests, and regular course play. Entry fees are used for
prizes and awards throughout the season. More detailed information
will be sent to you upon registration. Greens fees paid weekly. Ages 12
- 18 play 18 holes each week. Other age groups play 9. No play on July
4 and July 18.
Instructors: Black Brook Golf Academy Instruction Staff
Location: Black Brook Golf Course
Age 12 -18*
#24045
June 20 - Aug 8
Thursday
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Age 13 - 14
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June 20 - Aug 8
#24047
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Thursday
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Age 10 - 12
#24048
June 20 - Aug 8
Thursday
10 am
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June 20 - Aug 8
Thursday
10:30 am
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June 20 - Aug 8
Thursday
11 am
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Junior Golf Specialized Program
Ages 12 - 18
Do you want to try out for your high school golf team or play at a
higher level? This specialized program is just for you. You’ll have a 15
minute clinic with our pro each week covering everything from playing,
etiquette, and rules, then golfers will play 18 holes and record their
scores to establish a U.S.G.A. handicap. The program is run by P.G.A.
Professional Tim Ausperk. No play on July 4 and July 18.
Instructors: P.G.A. Professional Tim Ausperk
Location: Black Brook Golf Course
#24051 June 20 - Aug 8 Thursday
8 am
League registration fee: $49 / Greens fees paid weekly
Look for more classes in our Summer Parks &
Recreation Guide available in late April.
WWW.CITYOFMENTOR.COM/PLAY
Summer Camps
Civic Center Day Camp
Grades K - 5
Civic Center Day Camp has three different age-based camps:
Superstars are children having completed grades K & 1; Ventures
have completed grades 2 & 3; and Explorers are children having
completed grades 4 & 5.
All camps meet Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. daily at Civic Center
Park, a 90-acre park located in the heart of the Mentor Civic Center complex, where
campers have access to daily swimming, open green space, tennis, basketball and
more! Camp counselors team up to plan weekly activities following a unique theme.
REGISTRATION STARTS
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and play sports. We spend our camp day outdoors in the park and have daily swim
time, where the basics of Red Cross levels 1 through 6 lessons are reviewed by
Water Safety Instructors. Explorer campers may choose sports time instead of swim
lessons. Sports Time includes playing and learning the fundamentals of different
sports including basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball and tennis. Field trips are an
exciting and integral part of camp. Campers take at least two trips each week.
The Parks & Recreation Department will offer
more than 100 camps this summer! We list
here all of the information you’ll need for camp,
including any specific items or equipment you’ll
need to bring.
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Civic Center Day Camp is Monday, June 17. Camp weeks continue through August 16.
All trip fees, materials, supplies and a camp t-shirt are included in the cost of camp.
Civic Center day campers can take advantage of before and after camp care located
at the Mentor Ice Arena. See Extended Care Camp below.
Mark your calendars for our Meet the Counselors Night on
Tuesday, June 4, 7 p.m. at Civic Center Amphitheater!
Instructors: Recreation Staff
Location: Civic Center Park
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Superstar Venture Explorer
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#23353
#23354
#23355
#23356
#23357
June 17 - 21
June 24 - 28
July 1 - 3*
July 8 - 12
July 15 - 19
July 22 - 26
July 29 - Aug 2
Aug 5 - 9
Aug 12 - 16
Wildwater Kingdom
Cleveland Zoo
All Around Town
Fun N Stuff
Cuyahoga Valley Railroad
Wildwater Kingdom
Pioneer Waterland
Swings N Things
Fun N Stuff
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We add additional camps regularly, so please
check out www.cityofmentor.com/play/
summercamps for details. You’ll also find forms,
camps letters and more on our website 24/7.
Participation in a camp requires parents to go to
www.cityofmentor.com/play/summercamps
and locate the camp you’ll be attending. Please
view and/or print any information needed for
your specific camp, including the Information
Form which should be provided to the camp
director or head counselor the first day of camp.
For all camps:
Wear loose, comfortable clothing and tennis shoes
(no sandals) each day. Also, to stay properly hydrated,
each participant will need to bring a water bottle with
his/her name on it to camp every day. For outdoor
camps, please apply sunscreen 30 minutes before
arriving at camp.
Resident: $105 / Nonresident: $125
* Resident: $63 / Nonresident: $75
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2013 Summer Camps
Resident registration starts January 2.
Nonresident registration starts January 4.
Operation Outrageous Fun
Grades 6 - 8
Don’t be bored all summer with the dreaded ‘I don’t have anything
to do!’ syndrome. We’ve got an awesome program just for you!
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be talking about with all of your friends. Oh, and those friends bring them to Operation Outrageous Fun! * No camp July 4
Instructor: Recreation Staff
Location: Civic Center Park Pavilion
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
#23396
June 24 - 28 Fun N Stuff
#23397* July 1 - 3*
Dave & Buster’s
#23398
July 8 - 12
Cedar Point
#23399
July 15 - 19
Pinnacle Woods Paintball
#23400
July 22 - 26
Wildwater Kingdom
#23401
July 29 - Aug 2 Dave & Buster’s
#23402
Aug 5 - 9
Kalahari Indoor/Outdoor Waterpark
Resident: $139 / Nonresident: $159
*Resident: $91 / Nonresident: $101
Extended Summer Camp
Extended Summer Camp is available at the Mentor Ice Arena
for campers in any camp based at Civic Center Park (Day Camp,
Outrageous Fun) and camps hosted at the Mentor Community
Center. Before and after camp activities include arts and crafts,
games, swim time in the afternoon and rest time. We must receive
registration and payment at least one week in advance.
Rise & Shine Camp is 7:30 a.m. - 9 a.m.; Cool Down Camp is
3:15 - 5 p.m.
Camp Director: Colleen Thomas
Location: Mentor Ice Arena
Rise & Shine
Cool Down
#24133
June 17 - 21
#24143
#24234
June 24 - 28
#24144
#24235
July 1 - 3
#24145
#24236
July 8 - 12
#24146
#24237
July 15 - 19
#24147
#24238
July 22 - 26
#24148
#24239
July 29 - August 2
#24149
#24240
August 5 - 9
#24150
#24241
August 12 - 16
#24151
Rise & Shine: Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $37
Cool Down: Resident: $34 / Nonresident: $43
Camp Deposit
To accommodate busy families with active children, when you
register your child for more than three weeks of Day Camp or
Operation Outrageous Fun, you can simply place a non-refundable,
non-transferable $25 deposit on each week of camp your child will
be attending and pay the balance to the City of Mentor no later
than Friday, May 24. Call the Recreation Department at 974-5720
for more information. Online registration is not available for camp
deposits.
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Golf Camp
Age 8 - 14
This concentrated instruction in golf will teach the junior golfer the
fundamentals of rules and etiquette. The camp will focus on swing
technique, and the short game, including chipping, pitching, sand shots,
and putting. The fee includes range balls. Campers are encouraged
to bring their own clubs, or loaner clubs will be provided. Camp will be
limited to 6 students per class.
Instructors: Black Brook Golf Academy Instruction Staff
Location: Black Brook Golf Course
Age 8 - 11
#24037
June 17 - 20
Monday - Thursday
10 - 11:30 am
#24039
June 24 - 27
Monday - Thursday
10 - 11:30 am
#24041
July 8 - 11
Monday - Thursday
10 - 11:30 am
#24043
July 22 - 25
Monday - Thursday
10 - 11:30 am
Age 12 - 14
#24038
June 17 - 20
Monday - Thursday
12 - 1:30 pm
#24040
June 24 - 27
Monday - Thursday
12 - 1:30 pm
#24042
July 8 - 11
Monday - Thursday
12 - 1:30 pm
#24044
July 22 - 25
Monday - Thursday
12 - 1:30 pm
Resident: $122 / Nonresident: $138
Play Camp
Ages 4 - 6
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and activities designed to provide campers an opportunity to interact
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and Pool. Play Camp includes games, arts and crafts, stories, nature
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teacher who is assisted by high school and college students at a ratio of 1
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#23403 June 17 - 21
Monday - Friday
9:30 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
#23404 June 24 - 28
Monday - Friday
9:30 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
#23406 July 15 - 19
Monday - Friday
9:30 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
#23407 July 22 - 26
Monday - Friday
9:30 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
#23408 July 29 - Aug 2 Monday - Friday
9:30 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
#23409 Aug 5 - 9
Monday - Friday
9:30 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
#23410 Aug 12 - 16
Monday - Friday
9:30 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
Resident: $50 / Nonresident: $60
Last Hurrah Camp
Age 5 - 15
This camp is specially designed for campers to “LET THEIR HAIR DOWN
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during the week, and afternoon swim time if weather permits! Last
summer we went kayaking, to the zoo, the beach, Dave & Busters and
Lake Metroparks Farm Park. This camp is tons of fun. Sign up for the
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Camp Director: Colleen Thomas
Location: Mentor Ice Arena
#24131 August 19 - 23
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Resident: $150 / Nonresident: $50
Daily: Resident: $40 / Nonresident: $50
Register online and be the first in line!
www.cityofmentor.com/play
WWW.CITYOFMENTOR.COM/PLAY
2013 Summer Camps
Camp Wildwood
Ages 5 - 11
At Camp Wildwood, your child will learn, grow and have fun in a diverse,
exciting and enjoyable day camp setting. Children will enjoy the
sunshine and fresh air as they explore nature and their environment.
Campers will take part in new and imaginative experiences in arts and
crafts and games. Each camp session will have different themes and
activities so there is always a new experience waiting for your child.
Camp counselors have been with the program for several years and
have experience working with children. Student aids will assist the
camp staff. Children must be currently enrolled in Kindergarten through
5th grade. Each child needs to bring a lunch and dress appropriately
for the weather. Fee includes all materials and a camp T - shirt. Each
session is one week long, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
except where noted. *No camp Thursday & Friday, July 4 - 5.
Camp Director: Debbie Heath
Location: Wildwood Craft Room
All Camp Weeks are Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
#23457
Bugs, Bugs, Bugs
June 17 - 21
#23458
Ancient Egypt
June 24 - 28
#23459* Super Safari
July 1 - 3*
#23460
Celebrate America
July 8 - 12
#23461
Things That Fly
July 15 - 19
#23462
Wild West
July 22 - 26
#23463
Fantastic Fiesta Fun
July 29 - August 2
#23464
Wacky Weather
August 5 - 9
#23465
Animals of Wildwood August 12 - 16
Resident: $70 / Nonresident: $85
* Resident $42 / Nonresident: $51
Wildwood Theatre Camp
Ages 7 - 15
Discover the world of theater involving acting, role playing, audition
techniques, make - up and basic set building. Camp will evolve from the
campers and their talents. It will be fun and improvisational . Theatre
Camp will produce a stage presentation for friends and family during
the last week of camp. This revue will feature each and every one of our
stars. Each session is 3 weeks long, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. No camp on July 4 - 5.
Camp Director: Steve Couch
Location: Wildwood South Wing
#23467
June 17 - July 3*
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Resident: $194 / Nonresident: $240
#23468 July 8 - 26
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
#23469 July 29 - August 16 Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Resident: $224 / Nonresident: $277
Fencing Camp
Ages 8 - 14
Zorro won’t hold a candle to you after you learn the fundamentals of
modern foil fencing in this new day camp for kids ages 8 and older.
You’ll learn stretching, footwork, lunges, attack, parry-riposte, strategy,
tactics and bouting. Fun and safety are emphasized while developing
hand-eye coordination, agility, dexterity and stamina as well as social
skills and manners. All equipment is provided, so come out and try
something new.
Camp Director: Tom Nagy
Location: Mentor Beach Park South Room
#23369
July 15 - 19
Monday - Friday
9 - 11 a.m.
Resident: $64 / Nonresident: $80
Advanced Fencing Camp
Ages 8 - 14
If you’ve already studied basic fencing, this advanced camp will help
you learn more about the growing sport of fencing. This camp begins
where beginning fencing ends, concentrating on developing additional
parry strategies, bouting and learning more about penalties and how
they affect competition. You’ll learn more footwork and learn how to
compete using electrical fencing equipment.
Camp Director: Tom Nagy
Location: Mentor Beach Park South Room
#23328
July 15 - 19
Monday - Friday 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Resident: $64 Nonresident: $80
USFTL Flag Football
Ages 5 - 14
Join USFTL (United States Flag & Touch Football League) Directors,
USFTL Cleveland Flag Football Hall of Famers, and USFTL Coaches &
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football skills including throwing and catching, running with the ball,
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warm-up routines, and teamwork - all while having fun! Age groups will
be organized for beginners and advanced athletes, and we’ll have a
camp scrimmage on Friday.
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July 22 - 25
Monday - Thursday
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Resident: $75 / Nonresident: $90
Mentor Cheerleading Camp
Ages 5 - 7
Learn cheers, jumps, chants, and pom-pom routines from former and
current Mentor High cheerleaders in this fun, energetic camp. We will
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Location: Mentor Beach Park North Room
#23389 July 29 - August 2
Monday - Friday
9:30 - 10:45 a.m.
Resident: $34 / Nonresident: $42
Preschool Cheerleading Camp
Ages 4 & 5
Preschoolers learn skills that are the foundation of physical
movement, coordination and body awareness while they are
creatively having fun learning preschool cheers, chants, motions,
jumps and tumbling. On the last day of this 6 hour camp, our
cheerleaders will present a “picture perfect moment” pep rally
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lunch, and afternoon campers bring snacks and beverage. A $5
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June 24 - 28 Mon,Wed,Fri 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
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July 15-19
Mon,Wed,Fri
1 - 3 p.m.
Resident: $40 / Nonresident: $50
Have questions about a particular camp? Just call us
at (440) 974-5720 and we’ll be happy to answer your
questions. You can also get a lot of information at
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Cheerleading, Jumps and
Tumbling Camp
Ages 5 - 8
Cheerleading is more than cheers, chants and motions. Jumps and
tumbling are the skills that make cheerleading a sport! PREPS offers
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these skills. We teach cheers and chants with motions and jumps as
well as all the tumbling skills needed for today’s cheerleaders. Wear
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bottles and healthy snacks. AM campers bring lunch. A $5 insurance
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#23338 July 15 - 19 Monday - Thursday 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Resident: $45 / Nonresident: $55
Scuba Camp
You’ll learn all about how scuba diving can be the adventure of a
lifetime in this one-week camp. You’ll complete all the pool training and
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in a safe and enjoyable environment. You’ll learn about dive safety,
equipment and procedures as well as
what it’s like diving in the underwater world, how to communicate
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healthy for diving. Bring a bag lunch, drink and towel each day and
don’t forget to wear your swimsuit each day too! Course fee includes
manual, logbook and dive tables, and all scuba equipment.
Instructor: Just Add Water Scuba Staff
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#23424 August 5 - 9 Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Resident: $345 / Nonresident: $355
Horseback Riding Camp
Ages 8 - 18
Maypine Farm’s summer riding camp is an experience for the serious
horseman, even if you have never ridden before. Train daily with the
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Mornings include mounted lessons followed by a relaxing trail ride.
You’ll spend the rest of the day learning all about horses, including all
aspects of horsemanship, grooming, feeding, vet care, as well as riding.
Instructor: Maypine Farms Staff
Location: Maypine Farms, --- White Rd., Waite Hill
#23374 June 17 - 21
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
#23375 June 24 - 28
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
#23453 July 8 - 12
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
#23377 July 15 - 19
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
#23378 July 22 - 26
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
#23379 July 29 - August 2
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
#23380 August 5 - 9
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
#23381 August 12 - 16
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
#23382 August 19 - 23
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Resident/Nonresident: $350
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Junior Sports Camp
Ages 4 & 5; 6 & 7
Learn the basics of all the sports you love to play! This camp gives
boys and girls the opportunity to experience a variety of different
sports in a fun and positive setting in just one week. Campers will
learn the basic skills of football, soccer, and baseball/softball and
have the opportunity to participate in game-like settings every day.
Campers will be placed in an environment that promotes learning,
positive reinforcement, team work and sportsmanship. Please
wear/bring to camp: tennis shoes, weather appropriate clothing, a
water bottle with your name on it, and sunscreen.
Camp Director: Branden Keeper
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Age 4 & 5
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Age 6 & 7
#23385 June 24 - 28 Monday - Friday 10:45 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Resident: $48 / Nonresident: $59
Soccer Camp
Ages 6 - 12
Mentor Recreation will help you get ready for the fall soccer season
with this instructional soccer camp for boys and girls. Emphasis is
on skill development, teamwork, and sporting conduct. Coaches
will use circuit training to teach soccer fundamentals such as
heading, ball collection, passing, shooting, and dribbling. Campers
practice and develop skills in age and ability appropriate learning
groups. Camp provides opportunities for both beginning and
advanced players to improve and enhance their soccer playing
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be played daily.
Camp Director: Jim Buchan, Mentor Soccer Club
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August 5 - 9
Monday - Friday
9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Resident: $48 / Nonresident: $59
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Special Needs Soccer Camp
Ages 6 - 12
Campers will learn the basic skills needed for the game of soccer.
This 4-night camp will offer basic instruction for running, kicking,
and trapping a soccer ball. Through physical activity, we’ll promote
social skills and peer interactions too. Campers will be required
to attend camp with a parent or “buddy”. One on one assistance
will not be provided by camp staff. This camp is run by Special
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has an extensive professional background in adaptive sports.
Mindy worked as a Recreational Therapist for 10 years, and she is
currently working in physical therapy. Her professional experiences
in combination with her experiences as a parent of a child with
special needs will surely make this camp a success. For more
information or questions concerning the camp, Mindy Bakos can be
contacted at (440) 655-4144 or [email protected]
Instructor: Mindy Bakos, Special Sports Inc.
Location: Krueger Park
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July 30 - August 8 Tuesday & Thursday 6 - 7 p.m.
Resident: $25 / Nonresident: $32
Track and Field Camp
Ages 7 - 14
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including sprints, hurdles, relays, high jump, long jump, and shot
put. They will learn about each event through circuit training and will
be grouped by age and experience. Campers receive a camp T-shirt.
Junior High athletes should bring running shoes and track spikes
with 1/8’ spikes. Camp provides an excellent opportunity for all 7 14 year olds to prepare for the City of Mentor Junior Olympic Track
Meet on Friday, June 26.
Camp Director: Rob Grove
Location: Mentor High School Stadium
#23436
June 17 - 20 Monday - Thursday
9 - 11:30 a.m.
Resident: $48 / Nonresident: $59
Varsity Tennis Camp
Ages 13 & up
The games approach to building competitive players will provide
each player with the awareness and understanding he or she will
need to succeed in their high school tennis season. Plus, you’ll learn
stroke patterns, both offense and defense, ball control on serves
while using different serve and return options and
you’ll work to develop your own game style. Wear comfortable
clothes, tennis shoes and bring a racquet, towel, water bottle and
a light snack. Check in at Heisley’s Front Desk before going to the
courts. Camp is directed by Joe Morgan, USPTA professional, Lake
Erie College Men’s & Women’s Head Coach.
Camp Director: Joe Morgan
Location: Mentor Heisley Racquet Club
#23439
August 5 - 9
Monday - Friday
1 - 3 p.m.
Resident: $99 / Nonresident: $119
Beginner & Intermediate Lacrosse
Ages 7 - 14
Camp
This 4-day lacrosse camp is a great Lacrosse learning experience
for boys and girls. Camp provides opportunity for both beginning
and intermediate players to improve their lacrosse skills. We
will work on catching, passing, cradling, shooting, ground balls,
dodging, rolling and defensive footwork in age and ability groups.
Individual skills as well as teamwork will be emphasized as we
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camp: tennis shoes, shorts, t-shirt. Bring to camp: lacrosse stick
and water bottle.
Camp Director: Michelle Colon, Lake Erie Lacrosse
Location: Krueger Park
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July 22 - 25
Monday - Thursday
9 - 11:30 a.m.
Resident: $58 / Nonresident: $65
Bump, Set, Spike –
Volleyball for Beginners
Ages 9 - 14
Bump, set and spike your way through this camp as you learn the
basics of volleyball. Camp director Branden
Keeper and his staff will help beginner players learn rotation,
positions, scoring and more to develop strong
volleyball skills. Each camper will receive a camp shirt.
Camp Director: Branden Keeper
Location: Ridge Middle School Gym
#23440
July 15 - 19
Monday - Friday
8:30 - 10:15 a.m.
Resident: $48 / Nonresident: $59
Serving, Strategy & More –
Volleyball Camp
If you’ve got volleyball experience, this camp led by director
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competitive volleyball. Campers will practice and develop skills
in age and ability appropriate learning groups. Each camper will
receive a camp shirt.
Camp Director: Branden Keeper
Location: Ridge Middle School Gym
#23441 July 15 - 19 Monday - Friday 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Resident: $48 / Nonresident: $59
For all camps: Wear loose, comfortable clothing and tennis
shoes (no sandals) each day. Also, to stay properly hydrated, each
participant will need to bring a water bottle with his/her name on it
to camp every day. For outdoor camps, please apply sunscreen 30
minutes before arriving at camp.
Register online and be the first in line!
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If you’ve played on a team or have participated in previous
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more competitive volleyball. Campers will practice and develop
skills in age and ability appropriate learning groups. We’ll work
on cardiovascular conditioning, jump drills and plyometrics too to
develop strength and agility.
Camp Director: Branden Keeper
Location: Ridge Middle School Gym
#23442
July 15 - 19
Monday - Friday
12:45 - 2:30 p.m.
Resident: $48 / Nonresident: $59
Baton Camp
Ages 5 - 11
Has your daughter dreamed of becoming a majorette on the
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the fundamentals of baton twirling taught by United States Twirling
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twirl your baton. We’ll march in formation and twirl to the beat of
one of our favorite songs in our spectacular closing show for the
parents on the last day of camp. All campers will receive a t-shirt
and a merit award! Participants should bring/wears sunscreen,
running shoes, baton, snack, and water bottle.
Camp Director: Heidi Fosnaught, USTA
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July 8 - 12
Monday - Friday
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July 8 - 12
Monday - Friday 10:30 - 11:45 a.m.
Resident: $39 / Nonresident: $49
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Figure Skating & Hockey Camp
Ages 5 - 12
This program offers a day camp atmosphere, including crafts,
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hockey. Campers will be asked to bring a bagged lunch and drinks.
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schedule. To register for Figure Skating / Hockey Camp, parents
should contact Skating Director Colleen Thomas at (440) 9745730 or [email protected] to receive a more detailed
description of the program. Special arrangements can be made
for those participating in other programs (i.e. swim lessons, tennis
etc.). The summer program will be tailored to your skater’s needs.
Off-ice classes are also available including dance, ballet and jump.
Prerequisite: Completed Basic 2 or Tot 2
Camp Director: Colleen Thomas
Location: Mentor Ice Arena
June 17 - August 23
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Resident: $128 / Nonresident: $160
Or pay a per day fee
Resident: $32 / Nonresident: $40
Register online and be the first in line!
www.cityofmentor.com/play
Resident registration starts January 2
Nonresident registration starts January 4.
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Camp 911
Ages 11 - 14
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and their investigative responsibilities and crime prevention, all
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Location: Mentor Beach Park
#23335
July 22 - 26
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Resident: $75 / Nonresident: $85
Boating Camp
Ages 10 - 14
During this hands-on boating program, students learn the basics of
how to paddle a kayak and canoe, row a row boat, sail a sailboat,
and drive a small electric motor boat all in one action packed week!
Each day students have ‘on the water’ time, learning the proper
way to use each type of watercraft. Time will be set aside for
boating related activities including PFD training, navigation rules,
rigging boats, capsizing drills, and wind orientation. An integral
part of camp is developing the knowledge to earn the State of Ohio
Boaters Education Course license which involves 8-hours of inclass instruction as well as the hands-on training. After passing a
written exam, students are licensed by the State of Ohio to operate
any watercraft over 10 horsepower! Prerequisite: Campers must
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tread water for 2 minutes and swim 25 yards at any speed using
any stroke. All equipment is provided.
Camp Director: Michelle Haag & Jim Zofchak
Location: Mentor Lagoons Marina
#23334
July 8 - 12 Monday - Friday 9:15 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Resident: $122 / Nonresident: $138
Grandparent & Me Camp
Ages 5 & up with Grandparent
Grandparents and their grandkids can explore summer camp
together in this intergenerational camp experience. Meet at
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games and activities, create a variety of arts & crafts, and go
exploring in outdoor adventures together. The last day will be spent
at the Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve & Marina where kayaking,
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Price of camp is per person.
Camp Director: Maggie Kuyasa
Location: Wildwood Cultural Center & Mentor Lagoons Marina
#23371
July 24 - 26
Wed - Friday
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Resident: $49 / Nonresident: $63
Nature Camp – Exploring the Lagoons
The lagoons hold many special places and inhabitants. In this
camp we’ll hike to the old homestead area, follow deer tracks,
swing from vines, look for shells on the beach, paddle into the river
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week and create a photo-journal, too!
Camp Director: Michelle Haag
Location: Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve
#23394 July 22 - 25 Monday - Friday 9:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Resident: $63 / Nonresident: $84
Boating Camp II
If you really loved Boating Camp and want to put your new skills
to use, Boating Camp II is just for you! Each day we will work on
paddling, sailing or motoring while exploring the lagoons and
areas around it. We’ll also have races and practice advanced
maneuvering. Prerequisite: Ohio Boaters Education Course license
(earned in Boating Camp).
Camp Director: Michelle Haag
Location: Mentor Lagoons Marina
#24095
July 22 - 25
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Resident: $59 / Nonresident: $79
For all camps: Wear loose, comfortable clothing and tennis
shoes (no sandals) each day. Also, to stay properly hydrated, each
participant will need to bring a water bottle with his/her name on
it to camp every day. For outdoor camps, please apply sunscreen
30 minutes before arriving at camp.
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be happy to answer your questions.
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Science Discovery Camp
Ages 8 - 12
Discover the exciting world of science with fun, hands-on
experiments and science projects. Instructor Eb Molesch has more
than four decades of analytical science experience and will guide
you through some really cool experiments in light (optics) such as
rainbows and mixtures of color, you’ll learn what happens when
matter changes, and you’ll have fun with color separation. Through
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gases using balloons, soda pop, & changes in temperature, and
explore the world of tiny objects with microscopes. Each student
is going to get safety glasses, and a workbook with instructions on
how to record the experiments, and then reach some conclusions
about each module. Get ready for discovery!
Camp Director: Eb Molesch
Location: Mentor Beach Park North
#23423
July 15 - 19
Monday - Friday
9 - 11 a.m.
Resident: $65 / Nonresident: $79
Jungle Robots Camp
Ages 8 - 11
Build & take home a Jungle Robot! Robot legs can be changed
to make a gorilla, spider, centaur or monkey. It moves forward,
backward or can swing across a clothes line. This robot is sound
activated and moves by the clap of your hand. A $30 kit fee is
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Camp Director: Funutation Teckademy Staff
Location: Ice Arena Community Center Room B/C
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June 24 - 28 Monday - Friday
9 - 11:45 a.m.
Resident: $160 / Nonresident: $174
Resident registration starts January 2.
Nonresident registration starts January 4.
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Ages 12 - 15
This Tek lab will explore the process of creating iPhone apps.
Participants will acquire the skills of basic programming, digital
animation, and digital sound mixing to create fun and exciting
games on their device (like Super Mario). We will help you
understand the logical sequence of a computer program and how
loops, variables, and constants are used in an app sequence.
Bring an iPhone, if possible.
Camp Director: Funutation Teckademy Staff
Location: Ice Arena Community Center Room B/C
#23388
July 15 - 19
Monday - Friday
9 - 11:45 a.m.
Resident: $175 / Nonresident: $190
Battle Bots
Ages 12 - 15
Learn more about engineering and design i nthis hands-on course!
You‘ll work in groups of 3 - 4 to construct a fully functioning battle
bot using regular household items (rovided). Then see whose bot
can withstand the battle as you challenge other teams and each
other! A $20 supply fee is payable to Funutation Teckademy the
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Location: Ice Arena Community Center Room B/C
#24331
July 15 - 19
Monday - Friday
12:15 - 3 p.m.
Resident: $175 / Nonresident: $190
Lego Robotronix
Ages 8 - 11
Campers will build a robot using Lego Mindstorm 2.0. Teams of 4
will use Lego sensors, motors, gears, and other components. Kids
will program the robots to react to sound, and sense objects from
a distance. Finally the teams can invent new robot designs. They
are limited only by their imaginations. A $20 supply fee is payable to
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Camp Director: Funutation Teckademy Staff
Location: Ice Arena Community Center Room B/C
#24098
June 24 - 28 Monday - Friday
12:15 - 3 p.m.
Resident: $175 / Nonresident: $190
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Mentor Ice Arena, the only indoor ice skating complex in Lake County, is the
coolest spot in Mentor! With two regulation-size ice rinks, a studio rink, locker rooms and a
concession area, the Civic Arena is open year round and provides something for everyone who enjoys
the sport of skating. We offer Learn-to-Skate lessons, Youth and Adult Hockey, Figure Skating, special
events and more.
Open Skate Admission Rates
Adults
Youth (age 17 & under)
Seniors (age 60 & over
Luncheon Skates *
Skate Rental
$5.50
$4.50
$4.50
$4.00
$2.50
*Except Mentor School Holidays/Closings
SKATE ON IN!
Public Open Ice Skating Schedule through April 28
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8:30 - 10 p.m.
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Mentor Civic Arena reserves the right to change times if necessary.
For safety reasons, attendance may need to be limited at Open Skates.
NEW AGE CHANGE!! All skater’s 10 and under must wear a safety helmet.
Bicycle helmets are acceptable, we recommend you bring your own, but
helmets are available free of charge. Please be aware the age was increased
from 8 to 10 years.
Small Folk Open Skate
Children 8 years of age and under along with their parents can skate
on our Studio Rink during our Open Skates on Saturday and Sunday
afternoons. Older children can skate on the big rink during the same
time frame. Saturday/Sunday, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Season Pass Rates
A Season Pass for Ice Skating is good for admission to all Open
Skate times. Passes are valid from September to August. In order
to purchase skating passes at the resident rate you must show
a current utility bill with your name and address on it as proof of
Mentor residency and a photo ID such as a driver’s license. Family’s
larger than 5 must purchase individual passes for the remaining
members.
Youth
Senior (60 yrs +)
Adult (18 & over)
Senior Couple
Family of 2
Family of 3
Family of 4
Family of 5
Additional Family members
Resident
Nonresident
$75
$75
$90
$120
$140
$180
$220
$260
$40
$95
$95
$110
$150
$175
$225
$275
$325
$50
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Celebration
Saturday, January 12, 9 am - 5 pm
Mentor Ice Arena
We welcome all ages in joining the arena staff to celebrate the rink’s
30th Anniversary on this special day of fun, skating, inflatable’s, games,
exhibitions, free lessons and prizes, and all of your favorite tunes brought
to you by All About You DJ Services!
Pancake Breakfast & Skate 9 - 11 a.m.
Donations accepted for Adaptive Special Skater’s Equipment
Free Lessons
11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. West Rink
Free Hockey Clinic
12:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. (4 - 6 yrs.) Studio Rink
1:30 - 2 p.m. (7 - 12 years)
Open Skates
12 - 2 p.m. & 3 - 5 p.m. West Rink
Games
11 - 5 p.m. East Rink
Skating Exhibitions: 12 - 5 p.m. during breaks in open skates
Admission: $3/person
All Day Skate Camp
Ages 5 - 12
Looking for an activity for your kids during school holidays or in-service
days? The Mentor Ice Arena offers an all day skate camp from 8 a.m.–5
p.m. Program includes skating, broomball, movies, crafts, games and
more skating. The snack bar is open for participants to purchase food
or just brown bag it for lunch. No season passes or punch card will be
accepted for the All Day Skate Camp. Participants must have a 2012
Medical Release form on file to participate and can find it at www.
cityofmentor.com/play/iceskating. Register early and receive a $5
discount. For those who wish to skate just one session during the day, our
regular open skate sessions include the Luncheon Skate or the afternoon
session at regular rates. See Public Open Ice Skating Schedule for times.
#22591
January 21
Monday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
#22592
January 28
Monday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
#23896
February 18
Monday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
#23897
March28
Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
#23898
March 29
Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
#23899
April 1
Monday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
#23900
April 2
Tuesday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
#23901
April 3
Wednesday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
#23902
April 4
Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
#23903
April 5
Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Resident/Nonresident: $30/ (includes skate rental) Pre-registration: $25
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After School Bus Program
Grades K - 5
Our after school ice skating program is one of our most popular skating
activities. Children take a City of Mentor bus from their school at dismissal time
and are transported to the Mentor Ice Arena for a recreational group lesson
followed by free skate time. Parents pick up their children inside the Arena after
signing out. Each school attends on a specific day and end times vary according
to the day of the week. Registrations received the day of the program will be
assessed a $10 late registration fee. There will be no bus program when school
is closed. Registration is sent to the arena not the schools.
8-Week Session
#23874
January 22 – March 12
#23875
January 22 – March 12
#23876
January 22 – March 12
#23877
January 23 – March 13
#23878
January 23 – March 13
#23879
January 24 – March 14
#23880 January 24 – March 14
#23881
January 24 – March 14
#23882
January 24 – March 14
Resident/Nonresident: $56
Tuesday / Fairfax
Tuesday / Rice
Tuesday / Willo-Hill
Wednesday/ Hopkins
Wednesday/ Sterling Morton
Thursday /Brentmoor
Thursday / Lake
Thursday / Mentor Christian
Thursday / Orchard Hollow
5-Week Session
#23871
February 4 – March 11
#23872
February 4 – March 11
#23873
February 4 – March 11
#23892
March 21 – May 2
#23912
March 21 – May 2
#23893
March 21 – May 2
Resident/Nonresident: $38
Monday
Monday
Monday
Thursday
Thursday
Thursday
6-Week Session
#23883
March 18 – April 29
#23884 March 18 – April 29
#23885 March 18 – April 29
#23886 March 19 – April 30
#23887
March 19 – April 30
#23888 March 19 – April 30
#23889 March 20 – May 1
#23890 March 20 – May 1
#23891
March 21 – May 2
Resident/Nonresident: $44
Monday / Bellflower
Monday / Garfield
Monday / St .Mary’s
Tuesday / Fairfax
Tuesday / Rice
Tuesday / Willo-Hill
Wednesday/ Hopkins
Wednesday/ Sterling Morton
Thursday / Brentmoor
/Bellflower
/Garfield
/St. Mary’s
/Lake
/Mentor Christian
/ Orchard Hollow
Mentor Ice Arena Party Options
Open Skate Birthday Party
Hold your next birthday party at the Mentor Ice Arena. Book the party room
during one of our weekend Open Skates. Lots of fun! Available Fridays,
Saturdays and Sundays only. Admission is $4 and skate rental is $2 paid at
the door. No punch cards or coupons accepted. Room Rental Resident: $30/
Nonresident: $40
Studio Rink Parties
Want a more private party? Rent the Studio Rink and avoid the crowds. The
Studio Rink and lounge is great for youth birthday parties. The Studio Rink is
smaller than our main rinks and is best suited for children under age 10. Price
includes Studio Rink, lounge area and restrooms. Skate rental is $2 per skater.
Resident: $80/hr Nonresident: $110/hr
Large Rink Parties
Try something new to entertain your friends or group. Rent one of our large rinks
for your school, class, church, scout groups, etc. Hourly ice rental applies along
with a $10 charge per hour for skate attendants. Skate rental is $2 per skater.
Resident: $190/hr Nonresident: $230/hr
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Learn-To-Skate
General Information
Ice Skating Lessons are offered to all ages 3 and up. Lessons are
geared to help all ages and interest,
including recreational skater, hockey and figure skating.
• Children ages 3 - 5 start with the Tot program.
• Children 6 and up start with the Basic program.
• Adults/teens 12 & up start with the Adult Basic program.
• Classes are taught in the studio rink unless otherwise noted
• All persons registered in the Learn-to-Skate program receive a punch
card for free open skate sessions good during the 7-weeks of lessons.
• Skate rental for lessons is $1.
Tot Learn to Skate
Ages 3-5
Location: Studio Rink
Tot 1
#23917
Jan 28 – March 11
#23923
March 18 – April 29
#23918
Jan 29 – March 12
#23924
March 19 – April 30
#23919
Jan 29 – March 12
#23925
March 19 – April 30
#23915
Jan 30 – March 13
#23926
March 20 – May 1
#23920
Jan 31 – March 14
#23927
March 21 – May 2
#23921
Feb 2 – March 16
#23928
March 23 – May 4
#23922
Feb 2 – March 16
#23929
March 23 – May 4
Resident: $52 / Nonresident: $65
Monday
Monday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Thursday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
5:30 – 6 p.m.
5:30 – 6 p.m.
9:30 – 10 a.m.
9:30– 10 a.m.
6 – 6:30 p.m.
6 – 6:30 p.m.
6 – 6:30 p.m.
6 – 6:30 p.m.
1 – 1:30 p.m.
1 – 1:30 p.m.
9:30 – 10 a.m.
9:30 – 10 a.m.
12:40 – 1:10 p.m.
12:40 – 1:10 p.m.
Monday
Monday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Thursday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
5:30 – 6 p.m.
5:30 – 6 p.m.
10:05 – 10:35 a.m.
10:05 – 10:35 a.m.
6 – 6:30 p.m.
6 – 6:30 p.m.
1:35 – 2:05 p.m.
1:35 – 2:05 p.m.
9:30 – 10 a.m.
9:30 – 10 a.m.
12:40 – 1:10 p.m.
12:40 – 1:10 p.m.
Monday
Monday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Thursday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
5:30 – 6 p.m.
5:30 – 6 p.m.
10:05 – 10:35 a.m.
10:05 – 10:35 a.m.
6 – 6:30 p.m.
6 – 6:30 p.m.
1:35 – 2:05 p.m.
1:35 – 2:05 p.m.
9:30 – 10 a.m.
9:30 – 10 a.m.
12:40 – 1:10 p.m.
12:40 – 1:10 p.m.
Tot 2
#23932
Jan 28 – March 11
#23938
March 18 – April 29
#23933
Jan 29 – March 12
#23939
March 19 – April 30
#23934
Jan 30 – March 13
#23940
March 20 – May 1
#23935
Jan 31 – March 14
#23941
March 21 – May 2
#23936
Feb 2 – March 16
#23942
March 23 – May 4
#23937
Feb 2 – March 16
#23943
March 23 – May 4
Resident: $52 / Nonresident: $65
Tot 3
#23944
Jan 28 – March 11
#23950
March 18 – April 29
#23945
Jan 29 – March 12
#23951
March 19 – April 30
#23946
Jan 30 – March 13
#23952
March 20 – May 1
#23947
Jan 31 – March 14
#23953
March 21 – May 2
#23948
Feb 2 – March 16
#23954
March 23 – May 4
#23949
Feb 2 – March 16
#23955
March 23 – May 4
Resident: $52 / Nonresident: $65
WWW.CITYOFMENTOR.COM/PLAY
Basic Learn to Skate
Ages 6 & up
Ages 6 & up
Location: Studio Rink unless noted
Basic 1
#23956
Jan 28 – March 11
#23960
March 18 – April 29
#23957
Jan 29 – March 12
#23961
March 19 – April 30
#23958
Jan 31 – March 14
#23962
March 21 – May 2
#23959
Feb 2 – March 16
#23964
March 23 – May 4
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
Jr. Club & Freestyle Learn-to-Skate
Monday
Monday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday
Thursday
Saturday
Saturday
6:05 – 6:50 p.m.
6:05 – 6:50 p.m.
6:35 – 7:20 p.m.
6:35 – 7:20 p.m.
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East Rink
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East Rink
10:05 – 10:50 a.m.
10:05 – 10:50 a.m.
#23996
Jan 30 – March 13 Wednesday 6:45 – 7:30 p.m. East Rink
#23997
March 20 – May 1 Wednesday 6:45 – 7:30 p.m. East Rink
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
Adult/Teen Learn-to-Skate
Ages 12 & up
#23998
Jan 30 – March 13 Wednesday 7:35 – 8:20 p.m.
#23999
March 20 – May 1 Wednesday 7:35 - 8:20 p.m.
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
7 weeks
Adult Synchronized Skating
Basic 2
#23966
Jan 28 – March 11
#23970
March 18 – April 29
#23967
Jan 29 – March 12
#23971
March 19 – April 30
#23968
Jan 31 – March 14
#23972
March 21 – May 2
#23969
Feb 2 – March 16
#23973
March 23 – May 4
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
Monday
Monday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday
Thursday
Saturday
Saturday
6:05 – 6:50 p.m.
6:05 – 6:50 p.m.
6:35 – 7:20 p.m.
6:35 – 7:20 p.m.
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East Rink
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East Rink
10:05 – 10:50 a.m.
10:05 – 10:50 a.m.
Basic 3
#23974
Jan 31 – March 14
#23976
March 21 – May 2
#23975
Feb 2 – March 16
#23977
March 23 – May 4
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
Thursday
Thursday
Saturday
Saturday
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East rink
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East Rink
11:50 – 12:35 p.m.
11:50 – 12:35 p.m.
Basic 4
#23978
Jan 31 – March 14
#23980
March 21 – May 2
#23979
Feb 2 – March 16
#23981
March 23 – May 4
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
Thursday
Thursday
Saturday
Saturday
6:30 – 7:15 a.m. East Rink
6:30 – 7:15 a.m. East Rink
11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
#24002 Jan 30 – March 13 Wednesday 8:30 – 9:15 p.m.
#24003 March 20 – May 1 Wednesday 8:30 - 9:15 p.m.
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
Adaptive Special Skater’s Program.
All Ages
This program provides an exciting and beneficial forum of recreation for
persons with disabilities. The program is available to youth and adults
and instruction is included. Volunteers are on the ice to provide additional
assistance. Through this program, students will have an opportunity to
compete in Special Olympic events. The program runs from September
through March. Classes are 45 minutes each week.
#24004
Jan 29 – March 19 Tuesday
5:30 – 6:15 p.m. West
Rink
Resident/Non-resident: $65
Tot Hockey (TH)
Basic 5
#23982
Jan 31 – March 14 Thursday
#23984
March 21 – May 2 Thursday
#23983
Feb 2 – March 16
Saturday
#23985
March 23 – May 4 Saturday
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East Rink
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East Rink
11 - 11:45 a.m. East Rink
11 – 11:45 a.m. East Rink
Basic 6
#23986
Jan 31 – March 14 Thursday
#23988 March 21 – May 2 Thursday
#23987
Feb 2 – March 16
Saturday
#23989
March 23 – May 4 Saturday
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East Rink
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. East Rink
11 - 11:45 a.m. East Rink
11 – 11:45 a.m. East Rink
Basic 7
#23991
Jan 30 – March 13 Wednesday 6:45 – 7:30 p.m. East Rink
#23992
March 20 – May 1 Wednesday 6:45 – 7:30 p.m. East Rink
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
Basic 8
#23993
Jan 30 – March 13 Wednesday 6:45 – 7:30 p.m. East Rink
#23994
March 20 – May 1 Wednesday 6:45 – 7:30 p.m. East Rink
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
TH1
#24006
Jan 30 – March 13
#24008
March 20 – May 1
#24007
Feb 2 – March 16
#24009
March 23 – May 4
Resident: $52 / Nonresident: $65
Wednesday
Wednesday
Saturday
Saturday
5:15 – 5:45 p.m.
5:15 – 5:45 p.m.
9 – 9:30 a.m.
9 – 9:30 a.m.
TH2
#24011
Jan 30 – March 13
#24013
March 20 – May 1
#24012
Feb 2 – March 16
#24014
March 23 – May 4
Resident: $52 / Nonresident: $65
Wednesday
Wednesday
Saturday
Saturday
5:15 – 5:45 p.m.
5:15 – 5:45 p.m.
9:00 – 9:30 a.m.
9:00 – 9:30 a.m.
TH3
#24016
Jan 31 – March 14 Thursday
#24015
March 21 – May 2 Thursday
Resident: $52 / Nonresident: $65
4:45 – 5:15 p.m.
4:45 – 5:15 p.m.
TH4
#24017
Jan 31 – March 14 Thursday
#24018
March 21 – May 2 Thursday
Resident: $52 / Nonresident: $65
4:45 – 5:15 p.m.
4:45 – 5:15 p.m.
Resident registration begins January 2 * Nonresidents registration begins January 4
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Ages 3 - 5
Pre-requisite: Must have passed Tot 1 in the LTS Program. Boys and
girls learn skating skills such as balance, forward and backward skating,
stopping and turning while using a hockey stick. Equipment required:
Approved ice hockey helmet with full face shield, hockey gloves, hockey
skates and hockey stick (straight blade).
Location: Studio Rink
See page 43 for registration information
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Teen Nights
Ages 12 & Up
Bring your Friends for a fun filled evening of ice skating with the DJ playing
your favorite music!!! This is a targeted skate night for the middle school
age student but skater’s younger than 12 may attend if accompanied by an
adult.
Location: Mentor Ice Arena
February 8, March 8, April 12
Friday
8:30 – 10:30 p.m.
Resident/Nonresident: $4 / Skate Rental: $2
Father-Daughter Skate
Instructional Hockey (IH)
Ages 6 and Up
Pre-Requisite: Students must pass either LTS Tot 3 or Tot Hockey 4 to
participate (if a 4 year old has passed Tot 3 or Tot Hockey 4, he/she may
participate in Instructional Hockey). Students (age 6 & over) must pass
Basic 1.
Instructional Hockey is for beginner players (boys & girls) looking to develop
stick handling and hockey skating skills. Ideal for players considering
Rec-Hockey in the future. Equipment required: Supply own equipment;
approved ice hockey helmet with cage, hockey gloves, ice hockey junior
stick (straight blade), and hockey skates. It is recommended that players
also wear protective equipment. (Note: this protective equipment can be of
any type, i.e. soccer or rollerblade equipment).
Location: Studio Rink
IH1
#24019
Jan 28 – March 11 Monday
#24020
March 18 – April 29 Monday
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
6:50 – 7:35 p.m.
6:50 – 7:35 p.m.
IH2
#24021
Jan 28 – March 11 Monday
#24022
March 18 – April 29 Monday
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
6:50 – 7:35 p.m.
6:50 – 7:35 p.m.
IH3
#24023
Jan 28 – March 11 Monday
#24024
March 18 – April 29 Monday
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
7:35 - 8:20 p.m.
7:35 - 8:20 p.m.
IH4
#24025
Jan 28 – March 11 Monday
#24026
March 18 – April 29 Monday
Resident: $62 / Nonresident: $78
7:35 - 8:20 p.m.
7:35 - 8:20 p.m.
Spring Hockey/Power Clinic
Mother-Child Skate
Ages 4 - 14
Ages 3 and up
Moms - signup now for a great afternoon of fun with your child ages 3 and
older. Festivities begin at 12 pm upstairs with games and activities and
you’ll have the opportunity to have your photo taken together! Each child
will receive a gift, too. Lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m. followed by ice
skating at 1:30 p.m.
Location: Mentor Ice Arena
#23911
March 23
Saturday
12 – 3:30 p.m.
Resident/Nonresident: $10 per person
Play Date on Ice
Ages 6 & under
Every Tuesday through April 23, Mentor Ice Arena offers a play date for
any child not yet in first grade accompanied by at least one skating adult.
Program includes assistance as needed, push buckets, Snow Mountain,
cartoons and refreshments for children. Strollers are welcome.
Tuesday, 10:30 – 12 p.m.
Resident/Nonresident: $4.50/person (skates included)
Home School Skate
Attention the arena is looking for boys and girls interested in working
on skills and learning the game of hockey. Students from Tot Hockey or
Instructional Hockey, Travel and Rec Hockey can participate.
#23908
March 30 – May 4 Saturday
12 - 1:15 p.m.
Resident: $75 /Nonresident: $100
Ages 3 and up
Dads - signup now for a great afternoon of fun with your daughter ages 3
and older. Festivities begin at 12 p.m. upstairs with games and activities
and you’ll have the opportunity to have your photo taken together! Each
daughter will receive a gift, too. Lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m. followed
by ice skating at 1:30 p.m.
Location: Mentor Ice Arena
#23910
February 9
Saturday,
12 – 3:30 p.m.
Resident/Nonresident: $10 per person
Ages 4 - 17
Every Thursday through April 25, Mentor Ice Arena provides ice time for
this exciting and beneficial form of recreation for home school children.
Parents are not required to skate with children.
Thursday, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Resident/Nonresident: $5/person (skates included)
Ice Arena Groups
Mentor Figure Skating Club
Any skater who has passed Basic 6 is eligible to skate with the Mentor
Figure Skating Club. If you are interested in taking your skating ability to
the next level in private lessons or competition, visit http://www.mentorfsc.
com/ for more information.
Mentor Ice Diamonds Synchronized Skating Teams
Adult Open Hockey
Ages 18 and Up
This non-checking program is for players that want to develop their
skills before entering the adult league or for those looking for casual
exercise. Players must be at least 18 years of age. Full equipment is
required including helmets with a half shield or full-face cage helmet
(recommended). Fees are paid weekly before taking the ice.
September - March 28
Sunday
7:45 - 8:45 a.m.
Thursday
12 - 1 p.m.
Resident/Nonresident: $12/player
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If you are interested in a fun, exciting team. sport and love ice skating came see what synchronized skating is all about. Synchronized skating is
one of the fastest growing disciplines in figure skating today and we have
teams for all ages. Contact Sue Clemente at (216) 978-5072 or visit http://
www.mentorfsc.com/synchro.html for more information.
Mentor Youth Hockey Booster Club
This organization is for families with children participating in the Youth
Hockey program. For details, visit www.eteamz.com/mentoryouthhockey
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Mentor Lagoons
Nature Preserve & Marina
8365 Harbor Drive, Mentor (440) 205-DOCK
HOURS: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The Mentor Lagoons Marina features a safe harbor with quick, direct
access to Lake Erie. The tranquil waters of the lagoons provide
protected dockage for your boat. Each dock has its own green space
for picnicking and relaxation. The Marina offers discounted rates for
dockage to Mentor residents. Call the Marina for details.
2013 Dockage Rates
per foot by wall length
Resident
Sr Resident
Nonresident
Summer Dockage
Electric & water
Electric
Water
$39/ft
$35/ft
$33/ft
$38/ft
$34/ft
$32/ft
$40/ft
$36/ft
$34/ft
Floating Docks
Up to 24 ft 11 inches
25 ft to 29 ft 11 inches
Over 30 ft
$600
$760
$960
$575
$725
$915
$645
$815
$1,030
Launch Your Boat at the Marina
Marina Maintenance Fee
$13 OAL
$13 OAL
Fee applicable to wet slips & rack storage boats
$13 OAL
Inside Winter Storage
Package – Paid by June 1
$3.50/sqft $3.50/sqft
$3/sqft
$3/sqft
$3.50/sqft
$3/sqft
Outside Winter Storage
Package – Paid by June 1
$14/ft
$12/ft
$13/ft
$11/ft
$15/ft
$12/ft
Hoisting (each way)
Package – Paid by June 1
$5/ft
$4/ft
$4.50/ft
$4/ft
$5/ft
$4/ft
Pressure Cleaning
Package – Paid by June 1
$2/ft
$1.50/ft
$1.90/ft
$1.50/ft
$2/ft
$1.50/ft
Blocking/Cradling
Winter Jet Ski Storage
Dock Deposit
Seasonal Trailer Storage
$3/ft
$2.50/ft
$3/ft
$150
$150
$160
$400/season nonrefundable
$100
$95
$150
Rack Dockage
Year Round or Seasonal Storage for boats up to 28 feet in length
The Mentor Lagoons Marina has yearly and summer -only rack storage
available inside the storage building. Boaters can store their boat all winter
and receive unlimited daily launches throughout the summer season,
while their boat enjoys the security and the maintenance advantage of
an indoor location. Rack storage customers will also enjoy a picnic area
with water, electric, picnic tables and related facilities adjacent to the
storage building. Discounts are available for Mentor residents. Call the
Marina at (440) 205-3625 for more information.
Summer Operation - 7 Days Per Week
May 1 – April 30 Summer/Winter customers
May 1 – October 1 Seasonal customers
Rack In-Service and Out-Service Dates
May 15 – September 30
Rack-stored boats must be in building by October 1 for winter storage.
No boats will be racked after October 1.
Rack Operation Out of Service
October 1 – May 14
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The Mentor Lagoons Marina provides the perfect place to launch your
boat. With direct access to Lake Erie, the Marina lies just west of Fairport
Harbor and just a short distance from Cleveland.
The boat ramp at the Mentor Lagoons Marina is open April 1 – November
15, weather permitting. The ramp opens one hour before sunrise and
closes one hour after sunset. Daily launch permits may be purchased
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non-refundable.
Purchase a season launch pass and receive unlimited launches during
the season. Contact the Marina at (440) 205-3625 for additional
information.
Launch Fees
Daily Launch Permit
Daily Launch – Senior Resident
M – F until 12 p.m. – Senior Resident
Ramp Coupon Book
Season Pass
Season Pass – Resident Senior
$10
$7
$2
$50 for 7 launches
$125
$100
Explore The Mentor Lagoons Nature
Preserve & Marina
The City of Mentor offers many opportunities to discover the natural
beauty and delicate ecosystems of the Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve
& Marina. Discover the lagoons by canoe or kayak, by hiking the trails and
even by hayride!
Bike the Paths
Enjoy the trails of the Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve and Marina on a
bicycle. There is more than 5 miles of trails suitable for riding and several
benches to rest along the way.
Hike the Trails
Trail maps for the Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve are available at the
Marina office, Trailhead entrance of the Nature Preserve, the Parks and
Recreation Office in the Municipal Center and online at www.cityofmentor.
com/play/explore/mentorlagoonsnaturepreserve
Paddle the Waters
Come experience the Mentor Lagoons by paddle. The City of Mentor
has established a water trail through the Lagoons waterways, including
a brief exploration of Marsh Creek and access to shoreline paddling on
Lake Erie. The trail launches adjacent to the parking lot and flows for
approximately 3 miles of protected flat-water paddling. Access to Lake Erie
provides unlimited shoreline paddling and the opportunity to connect with
Headlands Beach State Park and Fairport Harbor Beach.
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Mentor Senior Center
TRIPS
Mentor Senior Center offers nearly 50 trips annually;
from local afternoon excursions to weeklong trips to
far off destinations.
ACTIVITY LEVELS
Mild – May require some leisurely walking. There may be
minimal steps or uneven surfaces and some standing.
Moderate – May require moderate walking and extended
standing. There may be steps or uneven surfaces.
Strenuous – May require extended periods of walking and
standing. There may be numerous steps or uneven terrain.
About Mentor Senior Center
Mentor Senior Center is a thriving meeting place for Senior Citizens
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by the City of Mentor, is open Monday - Thursday from 8 a.m. - 7:30
p.m. and on Friday from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Mentor Senior Center
also hosts a number of night time and weekend programs.
The Center offers a wide variety of classes, health and social
services, groups, trips and other special events. Transportation is
provided to and from Mentor Senior Center events in cooperation with
LakeTran and the City of Mentor. Meals are served between 11:30
a.m. - 12:30 p.m. weekdays Monday - Friday.
Membership is available to anyone 55 years old or older.
Membership is required to participate in Senior Center activities.
Membership fees are $7 for Mentor residents and $10 for
nonresidents. Members receive the Mentor Senior Center monthly
newsletter. In addition to the activities listed on these pages, there
are many others, including volunteer opportunities and small group
activities.
Registration Process
Senior Center membership is required to participate in Senior Center
activities including classes, activities and programs. Registration for
spring classes for Mentor residents begins at 8 a.m. on Wednesday,
January 2 FOR ALL CLASSES. Nonresident registration begins on
Friday, January 4 at 8 a.m. You may register for one other person only.
If you don’t come to in-person registration, please register at least one
week before the beginning date of each class. Online registration is also
available at www.cityofmentor.com/play.The City of Mentor accepts
Visa and Mastercard. When registering online, Discover and American
Express may also be used.
Non-Senior Registration
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register for a class at Mentor Senior Center at a non-senior rate as
long as non-senior registration does not prevent senior citizens from
taking classes. An annual non-senior participation fee, $10 resident
and $13 nonresident, is paid once a year to participate in Senior Center
programs. Contact Mentor Senior Center for a list of non-senior class
fees and registration guidelines.
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Trip Refund Policy
Please choose your trips carefully. Once you have registered
for a trip there will be no full refunds unless the Senior Center
cancels the trip. An administrative charge of $10 will be
assessed on cancellations. Trip refunds will be available until
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the $10 administrative fee by transferring the full trip amount
to another trip/class/program within the same season.
Participants assume risk of change in personal circumstances
or health. After the cutoff date, there are no refunds or
transfers unless the reservation can be resold.
One Day Trips
Beer Tasting Tour of Greater Cleveland
Enjoy a beer tasting tour and sample twelve different beers of
some of Cleveland’s very own micro-breweries. At each of the 4
micro-breweries we’ll have a presentation on 3 different samples
(4.75 oz.) so you will become knowledgeable about the amazing
taste that fresh, craft beer offers. We’ll have “small plates” at
each brewery, however, you will have the chance to order more
food if you like. Join your friends on this very special liquid taste of
Cleveland Tour! Refund date is February 8.
Activity Level: Moderate
#23264 March 8
Friday
9:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $62
Riverside Dinner Theatre “The Last Romance”
We’ll visit the Riverside Inn for an afternoon of excellent food and
entertainment as you’re invited to watch The Last Romance. In
this romantic comedy, a crush can make anyone feel young again
- even a widower named Ralph. The Last Romance is a heartwarming comedy about the transformational power of love. Tour
features are a matinee performance and lunch. Refund date is
March 15.
Activity Level: Mild
#23265 April 16
Tuesday
10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $83
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Springtime in America’s
Hometown, Tiffin, Ohio
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Ohio. We’ll enjoy a guided tour of
the historic downtown followed by
lunch at the Mohawk Country Club.
Next we’ll visit “Crystal Traditions,”
for a glass blowing and crystal cutting demonstration with time to see their
unique creations. Also, we’ll visit “Ralph’s Joy of Living” and Ballreich’s
Potato Chip Factory. Refund date is May 14.
Activity Level: Moderate
#23266 June 14
Friday
7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $73
Progressive Winery Tour
Featuring Raven’s Glenn Winery
This tour features a progressive meal at three wineries. Begin the day
with appetizers and wine tasting at the School House Winery which
is located in a 124-year old renovated one room school house. Then
we travel to Raven’s Glenn Winery, known as “Ohio’s Crown Jewel of
Wineries”. We will enjoy a buffet luncheon overlooking the beautiful
Tuscarawas River. Then we will have a winery tour followed by a
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Maize Valley Winery which also has a market and bakery. Refund date
is July 16. Activity Level: Mild.
#23271 August 15
Thursday
7:45 a.m. - 6:45 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $71
Treasure Bag Tour
Enjoy a buffet lunch followed by a narrated cruise on the Cuyahoga
River and Lake Erie aboard Cleveland’s largest sight-seeing vessel. The
aquarium features more than 40 tanks of all sizes which are home to
thousands of living creatures. Refund date is May 20.
Activity Level: Mild
#23267 June 20
Thursday
10:15 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $82
This tour features a “treasure bag” given to each passenger to
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demonstration with refreshments and samples. Then we’ll see Amish
craftsmen at work creating laser engraved wood pieces for your home
or gifts at P. Graham Dunn Gallery. A buffet luncheon is also included
in the tour. We will visit Lehman’s Hardware (receive gift), JM Smucker
Store (receive gift), and the Everything Rubbermaid Store (receive gift).
Refund date is August 10. Activity Level: Mild.
#23272 September 10 Tuesday
8:15 a.m. - 6:45 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $62
Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruise
Mystery Dinner Train
Cleveland Aquarium Tour & Goodtime III
Lunch Cruise
We will enjoy a two-hour narrated cruise along the Old Erie Canal that
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raised and lowered 50 feet in the only double locks on the Erie Canal.
Lunch is included at Canalside. This tour also features a stop at the
Made in America Store - the only general merchandise store in the United
States that sells exclusively 100% American made products and even the
packaging is made in America! Refund date is July 3. Activity Level: Mild
#23268 July 10
Wednesday
7:30 a.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $89
Mystery Trip #5
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...Over the Rainbow...way up high. There’s a land that you heard of, once
in a lullaby. Blue Skies...smiling at me, Nothing but Blue Skies will you see.
OOOOOOO...klahoma, where the wind comes sweepin’ down the plain.
Pardon me boy, is that the Chattanooga Choo-Choo? Track 29,...we’ve got
to be there on time. You leave the Mentor Center Station ‘bout a quarter
to four, you read a magazine and then you’re in Baltimore. Refund date is
June 12. Activity Level: Moderate
#23269 July 12
Friday
7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $73
Touch of Old England & Wales,
Columbia County, Ohio
Sit back and enjoy the natural beauty and watch history come alive as you
drive through Columbiana County. We’ll visit Glamorgan Castle, built in
1904 and copied after a castle in Wales. Also a guided tour of Hanoverton
and the famous “Brick Row” is included. Lunch will be in the historic
Spread Eagle Tavern, a restored federal-style three story home built in
1837. Refund date is July 5. Activity Level: Mild
#23270 August 6
Tuesday
6:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $94
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This tour features a 2 1/2 hour dining and entertaining experience
aboard a moving train. As the train makes a leisurely 12 mile
roundtrip ride through the countryside, you are served a wonderful
meal while being entertained by a troupe of actors and actresses
performing a comical interactive murder mystery. Refund date is
August 23. Activity Level: Mild.
#23273 September 23 Monday
8:15 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $98
Oil Creek & Titusville RR
We’ll enjoy music from days gone by as we hear a unique collection
of player pianos and music boxes at the Debence Music Museum.
All Aboard - We’ll travel back into history on the Oil Creek & Titusville
Railroad for a 3 hour trip with a box lunch on board. On board train
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oil boom as we travel past ghost towns of fame and fortune. We’ll visit
the Drake Well Museum and complete our day at the Tyred Wheel
Museum. Refund date is September 4. Activity Level: Moderate.
#23274 October 4
Friday
7:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $93
Lake Erie Winery Tour
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wineries along The Lake Erie Wine Trail. We’ll visit 4 different wineries
and have a least 3 tastings at each; Springhill Winery in Geneva,
Tarsitano’s Winery in Conneaut, Deer’s Leap Winery in Geneva and
one more TBD. We’ll include lunch at the charming and historic
Tarsitano’s Winery, with steak, grilled chicken or big salad (make
your choice at time of reservation) followed by their fabulous dessert.
Refund date is September 11. Activity Level: Moderate
#23641 October 11
Friday
10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $62
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Niagara Falls, Canada Festival of Lights
Enjoy an international holiday celebration as we visit the annual Festival
of Lights in Niagara Falls, Canada. We’ll start with time for sightseeing
and shopping along Clifton Hill before we dine in the Revolving Dining
Room of the Skylon Tower where we’ll take in the 360 º views. After
dinner, a step-on-guide will provide a tour showing the dazzling array
of nearly 2 million lights and over 75 lighting displays. A VALID US
PASSPORT/PASSCARD IS REQUIRED FOR THIS TRIP. Refund date is
November 6. Activity Level: Moderate
#23275 December 6
Friday
9 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: $101
Overnight Trips
Florida Winter Warm Up
Grab your sunglasses and suntan lotion as we say goodbye to Old
Man winter. On the way down we’ll stop in Savannah, GA for a tour
and free time. Next we’ll arrive for 5 nights in Kissimmee, FL. Discover
many attractions like the glass bottom boats at Silver Springs, Sleuth’s
Mystery Dinner show, the village of Winterpark, Florida’s “Rodeo Drive,”
and the Dolls and Mobsters at Capone’s Dinner Theatre. On the way
home we’ll tour Charleston, SC and Mt. Airy, NC. Travel insurance is
available and recommended. Registration/Refund/Final Payment
deadline is January 31. Deposit of $150 is due by Friday, December 14,
2012. Activity Level: Moderate
#23471 March 14 - 23 Thursday - Saturday
$1154 per person double, $1469 per person single, $1049 per person
triple
Charleston & Savannah
Join us on a journey to Charleston & Savannah and enjoy the charms of
their beautiful historic districts. Experience 2 1/2 centuries of history,
as you travel along cobblestone streets beneath moss-draped oaks,
and experience the Old South up close. Tour features include: 5 nights
lodging, 9 meals, city tours of both cities, cruise in Savannah, carriage
ride, Magnolia Plantation & Gardens and tour two mansions. Travel
insurance is available and recommended. Registration/Refund/Final
Payment deadline is July 15. Deposit of $150 is due by July 1.
Activity Level: Mild
#23456 September 3 - 8
Tuesday - Saturday
$949 per person double, $1277 per person single, $912 per person
triple
“Noah” in Lancaster, PA Plus Gettysburg
Enjoy this one of a kind family experience at the Sight and Sound
Theatre. Embark on a journey with Noah and his family and watch as
hundreds of animals enter and live inside the great ark that surrounds
the audience on three sides of a 300 foot stage. We will spend the
night in Amish Country and enjoy a family-style dinner. The next day we
will visit Gettysburg’s visitor center and see the movie “A New Birth of
Freedom” and view the Gettysburg Cyclorama program followed by time
to see the artifacts. Lunch is included at General Pickett’s Restaurant
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is available and recommended. Registration/Refund/Final Payment
deadline is May 1. Deposit of $150 is due by April 23.
Activity Level: Mild
#23455 June 6 - 7
Thursday - Friday
$293 per person double, $346 per person single, $278 per person
triple
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Baltimore & Washington DC – Crab Cake Capital
of the World plus our Nation’s Capital
Combined tour of Baltimore, the Crab Cake Capital of the World and
Washington DC, our nations capital. We’ll spend 3 nights in the same
hotel. We will spend a day in Baltimore with a local guide to see
downtown, Fort McHenry and the “Top of the World”. Also admissions to
the National Aquarium and the B & O Museum are included. In D. C. a
local guide will join us as we see all of the popular monuments including
the WWII Memorial, Lincoln Monument, viewing the White House and
much more. 7 meals are included (3 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 3 dinners).
Travel insurance is available and recommended. Registration/Refund/
Final payment deadline is September 1. Refund deadline is September
7. Deposit of $150 is due by July 1. Activity Level: Moderate
#23454 October 7 - 10 Monday - Thursday
$598 per person double, $787 per person single, $546 per person
triple
Montana, Glacier National Park & Canadian
Rockies by Train
Ride the rails out west on Amtrak to experience some of the most
beautiful scenery in North America-Glacier National Park and the
Canadian Rockies. During your 3 night stay in Banff, you will visit Lake
Louise and ride on a specially designed Snow Coach onto Athabasca
Glacier. While in Glacier National Park, you will explore the park in a
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complete details. Travel insurance is available and recommended.
Registration/Refund/Final payment deadline is May 1. Deposit of $300
is due by May 1. Activity Level: Moderate.
#23472 July 16 - 25
Tuesday - Thursday
$2699 per person double, $3549 per person single.
Nashville Country Christmas
There’s nothing quite like “A Deluxe Country Christmas” at the newly
renovated luxurious Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN. The hotel
will be in full Christmas Décor. Enjoy a performance at the famous
“Grand Ole Opry” and a luncheon cruise aboard the General Jackson
Showboat. Also, enjoy a guided tour on “Music City”. Travel insurance is
available and recommended. Registration/Refund deadline is October
15. Final Payment deadline is October 31. Deposit of $150 is due by
October 1
Activity Level: Moderate
#23470 December 2 - 5 Monday - Thursday
$945 per person double, $1400 per person single, $865 per person
triple
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Special Events
Garage Sale
Line Dance Party
Line dances lead in a party atmosphere along with light refreshments.
The cost for the March line dance party is $5 per person through March
7 and $7 per person thereafter. The cost for the May line dance party is
$5 per person through May 2 and $7 per person thereafter.
Location: Senior Center Main Hall
#23645 March 11
Monday
7 - 9:30 p.m.
#23646 May 6
Monday
7 - 9:30 p.m.
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wonderful treasures. The cost is $20 for a 6 foot table or $15 for a 5
foot table or a round table. Table space is available to seniors beginning
January 2 for residents and January 4 for nonresidents. After March 1,
table space will be available to anyone wishing to participate. Donations
for the bake sale would be appreciated. If you would like to donate to the
bake sale, please let us know when you register for your table space.
April 27
Saturday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Frank Krupa Presents *The Fabulous 60’s
Flashback*
Performing Groups – Taking Their Show
on the Road
The Mentor Senior Center celebrates our city’s 50th Anniversary with a
live special event tribute featuring the stylish and diverse music and
comedy of the early 1960’s. Step back in time for a wonderful evening
of nostalgia and fun.
#23913 June 7
Friday
7 - 9 p.m.
$6 until May 31, $8 after May 31
Mentor Senior Center is home to three fantastic performing groups –
the Mentor Follies Dancers, the Mentor Music Makers (singing group),
and Mentor’s Act 1 (theater group). All three groups are composed of
talented, energetic Mentor Senior Center participants. These groups offer
inspiring and fun entertainment at a very reasonable cost. To book one
of the performing groups, call the Senior Center at 440-974-5725.
SERVICES
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SUPPORT GROUPS
for
SENIORS
The services below include just a few of the Health and Social Services available at Mentor Senior Center. Call for a more detailed list.
Recording Your Legacy
Memory Fitness
Share remembrances of your life from childhood to now that made you
who you are, and what you want your loved ones to remember about
you. Create a memory keepsake to share. The group is open to adults of
all ages. No class May 27, June 3, July 1.
Facilitator: Debbie Muzik, Licensed counselor
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 4
#23734 May 13 – July 29Monday
11:40 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
Resident /Nonresident: Free
Give your memory a boost with exercises designed to stimulate the
brain and strategies you can use to support your memory. The latest
in current memory research will also be discussed in the group. Must
register by one week prior to start date, limit 20.
Facilitator: Betsy Parke
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 2
#23681 Feb 19, March 19, April 16 Tuesday
12 - 1:30 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: Free
Group Storytelling Using Pictures
Visionaries: Low Vision Support & Discussion
Group
The group creates and tells a story each week using a picture or a
cartoon. A fun way to be creative, use your imagination, recall and
share pleasant memories, and keep sharp your communication skills
– both talking and listening. The created picture stories will be saved
and put into a book along with the names of the ‘creators’! No class
January 21, February 4, February 18, March 4.
Facilitator: Debbie Muzik, Licensed Counselor
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 4
#23733 Jan 14 - March 25
Monday 11:40 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: Free
Living with Loss
An education and short-term support group for those suffering the loss
of a loved one. This four session program will help you learn about the
grief process, acquire coping skills, and share your experience with
others who are also grieving. Participants in previous groups found it
easier in a group with others experiencing similar challenges, and to
have useful hand-outs to take with them for future reference. The group
is open to adults of all ages.
Facilitator: Debbie Muzik, Licensed Counselor
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 4
#23732 April 1 - 29
Monday
2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Resident: $20
Nonresident: $25
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If you or someone you know suffer from vision impairment—you’re not
alone. The monthly meetings are not only informative but a lot of fun!
Facilitator: Deborah Kogler
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 2
Feb 27, March 27, April 24, May 22
Wednesday 2 – 4 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: Free
Memory Care Support Group
This support and discussion group for caregivers covers a variety of
topics including signs & symptoms, available resources, help for the
caregiver and any topic that the group would like to address. This
program is sponsored by the Mentor Senior Center, Kemper House
of Mentor, & the Alzheimer’s Association. Newcomers are always
welcome. Refreshments are served.
Location: Senior Center Stage
January 10, January 31, February 14, February 28, March 14, March
28, April 11, April 25, May 9, May 30
Thursday 1 - 2 p.m.
Resident / Nonresident: Free
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The Computer Area
Special Elders Program
The computer area is open to seniors during the days and times listed
below. Participants have access to the Internet and a copy machine at
a cost of 5 cents per page. Volunteers who are knowledgeable about
computers, email, and the Internet are available in the morning. (Please
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Monday
8:15 a.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday
8:15 a.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday 5 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Thursday
8:15 a.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Friday
8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
This program, just for those age 85 and older or those who need
assistance to participate in Senior Center programs is designed to allow
seniors to enjoy good times with friends and the consistent company of
other participants.
The Special Elders eat lunch together every weekday at 11:00. (Bring
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Monday and Wednesday afternoons, and game and activity time is
scheduled on Tuesdays. Thursdays include shopping trips with Special
Elders staff supporting participants throughout the trip. We take part
in specially designed chair exercise programs for seniors with some
physical challenges Monday through Friday. Special events, including
movies and monthly celebrations, are held every month. We also have
speakers, parties, and special entertainment at various times during
the year.
The Special Elders staff does not provide personal care or individual
supervision. Participants in Special Elders must be independently
mobile. It is funded jointly by United Way of Lake County, federal CDBG
funding, the City of Mentor, and Lake County Senior Levy Funding.
LakeTran is available to bring senior citizens to and from Mentor Senior
Center activities.
See the front desk for assistance in registering.
Coordinators: Diane Maresco, Debbie Muzik, Betsy Parke.
Location: Senior Center
All Year
Monday – Friday 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Computer Classes for Seniors
Join us for a 3 part computer class taught by Tech Wise through a grant.
Classes will include: Understanding your computer, Understanding the
internet and Understanding email. After completing the three provided
courses you will be equipped with the knowledge needed to improve
communication with family and friends, access health care tools, gain
further education, save time and money with online bill pay and so
much more. Space is limited, registration required. No class January 21
or February 18. Instructor: Tech Wise staff
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 4
#24320 January 15 - 29
Tuesday
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
#24322 February 5 - 19
Tuesday
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
#24324 March 12 - 26
Tuesday
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
#24319 January 7 - 28
Monday
6 - 8 p.m.
#24321 February 4 - 25
Monday
6 - 8 p.m.
#24323 March 11 - 25
Monday
6 - 8 p.m.
Resident/Nonresident: Free
Lunch Five Days A Week At Mentor Senior Center
Kitchen Coordinator: Cathy Jo Kaiser
Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Stop by for the best deal in town! Mentor Senior Center’s talented
lunch staff and volunteers prepare delicious freshly made sandwiches,
salads, soup, and desserts at discounted prices Monday - Friday. Lunch
foods are planned for the enjoyment of seniors of all ages, with some
consideration for special diets and medical conditions.
A daily Cook’s special features a meat or other high protein dish,
vegetable, and usually a starch or bread product at a cost of $4.00.
Desserts range from fruit and custard pies to special homemade treats,
and we always have ice cream sundaes. Drinks include coffee or tea,
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available at the Senior Center front desk, in the monthly newsletter and
online at www.cityofmentor.com/play/seniors/lunch.
With the expanded schedule our need for VOLUNTEERS also increases;
call us if you would like to join our wonderful group of kitchen
volunteers.
FITNESS Program
Take Advantage!! Participants in the classes below are welcome to
attend ANY Video Fitness Class.
Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
Gain mobility, strength, and endurance as you do gentle land exercises
with others. This recreational exercise program was developed
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30 and May 28 - 31.
Instructor: Deedee Wilbraham Tue & Thu, Annette Santoro Fri
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
#23475 February - March Tuesday
4:15 - 5 p.m.
#23476 April - May
Tuesday
11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
#23478 April - May
Thursday 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
#23479 February - March Friday
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
#23480 April - May
Friday
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Resident: $14 /Nonresident: $18
Chair Yoga
Chair yoga is designed to allow anyone to participate in a gentle form
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and proper breathing plus better posture. Optional standing exercises
are provided for those participants who would like a different challenge.
There is a class break March 27 and May 29.
Instructor: Ray Smith
Location: Activity Room 1
#23484 February – March Wednesday 5:15 - 6 p.m.
#23485 April – May
Wednesday 5:15 - 6 p.m.
Resident: $28 / Nonresident: $35
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Core Fusion
Core Fusion is based on traditional Pilates mat work. This class will
incorporate the use of small hand weights, stretch bands/tubes and
small balls to challenge your core in a whole new way. Bring your mat.
There is a class break March 30. No class April 27.
Instructor: Ray Smith
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
#23481 February – March Saturday 10 - 10:45 a.m.
#23482 April – May
Saturday 10 - 10:45 a.m.
Resident: $28 / Nonresident: $35
Delay the Disease: Exercise to Fight Parkinson’s
Symptoms
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with Parkinson’s disease (PD), by optimizing their physical function
and helping delay the progression of symptoms. The classes focus
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disease. No equipment or expertise is necessary; just participate at
your own level of ability. Caregivers are encouraged to join us, too!
There is a class break March 26 and May 28. Instructor: Ben Rossi
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
#23486 February – March Tuesday
3 - 4 p.m.
#23487 April – May
Tuesday
3 - 4 p.m.
Resident: $32 / Nonresident: $40
Low Impact Aerobics
This energetic aerobics class is designed for able-bodied seniors, with a
small amount of resistance bands and weights. There is a class break
March 26 – 30 and May 28 - 31, but video classes will be available.
* No class Feb 18 and May 27.
Instructor: Diane Schefft – 10:35 Monday & Friday; Sharon Benner
– Monday , Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9 am class; Barb Bensi –
Tuesday & Thursday evening
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
#23488 February - March Monday
9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23489 April - May
Monday
9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23490 February - March Monday
10:35 - 11:20 a.m.
#23491 April - May
Monday
10:35 - 11:20 a.m.
#23492 February - March Tuesday
9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23493 April - May
Tuesday
9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23494 February - March Tuesday
6:15 - 7 p.m.
#23495 April - May
Tuesday
6:15 - 7 p.m.
#23496 February - March Thursday 9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23497 April - May
Thursday 9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23498 February - March Thursday 6:15 - 7 p.m.
#23499 April - May
Thursday 6:15 - 7 p.m.
#23500 February - March Friday
9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23501 April - May
Friday
9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23502 February - March Friday
10:35 - 11:20 a.m.
#23503 April - May
Friday
10:35 - 11:20 a.m.
Resident: $14 / Nonresident: $18
Tai Chi
Tai Chi is an especially effective exercise modality for older adults. It
is a meditative and energetic form, one of the national treasures of
China. Paul teaches the Wu style of Tai Chi. There is a class break
March 26 – 30 and May 28 – 31.
Instructor: Paul Wallace
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
#23514 February - March Thursday
2 - 3 p.m.
#23515 April - May
Thursday
2 - 3 p.m.
Resident: $40 / Nonresident: $50
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strength. A variety of tools are used including resistance bands, weights,
balls and plates. A small amount of low impact aerobics is included to
increase mobility. There is a class break March 26 – 30 and May 28 - 31,
but video classes will be available. * No class Feb 18 and May 27.
Instructors: Sharon Benner – Monday & Friday;
Annette Santoro – Wednesday
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
#23504 February - March Monday
10 - 10:30 a.m.
#23505 April - May
Monday
10 - 10:30 a.m.
#23506 February - March Wednesday
10 - 10:30 a.m.
#23507 April - May
Wednesday
10 - 10:30 a.m.
#23508 February - March Friday
10 - 10:30 a.m.
#23509 April - May
Friday
10 - 10:30 a.m.
Resident: $10 / Nonresident: $13
Stretch and Balance
This 45 minute class will involve seated and standing exercises with a
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will incorporate stretching to increase mobility in muscles and joints.
Balance exercises will increase awareness of proper body alignment during
movement. There is a class break March 26 – 30 and May 28 - 31, but
video classes will be available.
Instructor: Sharon Benner
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
#23510 February - March Tuesday
10:40 - 11:25 a.m.
#23511 April - May
Tuesday
10:40 - 11:25 a.m.
#23512 February - March Thursday
10:40 - 11:25 a.m.
#23513 April - May
Thursday
10:40 - 11:25 a.m.
Resident: $14 / Nonresident: $18
Water Exercise at Heisley
This 45 minute water exercise class is designed especially for those 55 and
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Class includes a warm up and shallow water exercises including cardio,
toning and strength. * No class May 27.
Location: Mentor Heisley Racquet and Fitness Club Pool
#23517 February - March Monday
8 - 8:45 a.m.
#23518 April - May
Monday
8 - 8:45 a.m.
#23519 February - March Tuesday
10:30 - 11:15 a.m.
#23520 April - May
Tuesday
10:30 - 11:15 a.m.
#23521 February - March Tuesday
2:15 - 3 p.m.
#23522 April - May
Tuesday
2:15 - 3 p.m.
#23523 February - March Wednesday
8 - 8:45 a.m.
#23524 April - May
Wednesday
8 - 8:45 a.m.
#23525 February - March Thursday
10:30 - 11:15 a.m.
#23526 April - May
Thursday
10:30 - 11:15 a.m.
#23529 February - March Thursday
2:15 - 3:00 p.m.
#23530 April - May
Thursday
2:15 - 3:00 p.m.
#23531 February - March Saturday
12 - 12:45 p.m.
#23532 April - May
Saturday
12 - 12:45 p.m.
Resident: $28 / Nonresident: $35
Water Exercise–Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program
This energizing class is held in a heated pool. Knowing how to swim isn’t
necessary because the gentle, easy-to-do movements are done in chestdeep water.
Location: Mentor Heisley Racquet and Fitness Club Pool
#23527 February - March Thursday
1:15 - 2 p.m.
#23528 April - May
Thursday
1:15 - 2 p.m.
Resident: $28 / Nonresident: $35
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This strength class is designed to build muscle strength and bone density.
Resistance bands and weights will be used while standing, while seated, and
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31, but video classes will be available. * No class April 27 and May 27.
Instructor: Sharon Benner – morning, Barb Bensi – evening, Ray Smith Saturday
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
#23533 February - March Tuesday
9:50 - 10:35 a.m.
#23534 April - May
Tuesday
9:50 - 10:35 a.m.
#23535 February - March Thursday
9:50 - 10:35 a.m.
#23536 April - May
Thursday
9:50 - 10:35 a.m.
#23537 February - March Tuesday
7:05 - 7:50 p.m.
#23538 April - May
Tuesday
7:05 - 7:50 p.m.
#23539 February - March Thursday
7:05 - 7:50 p.m.
#23540 April - May
Thursday
7:05 - 7:50 p.m.
#23541 February - March Saturday
9:00 - 9:45 a.m.
#23542 April - May
Saturday
9:00 - 9:45 a.m.
Resident: $14 / Nonresident: $18
Yoga
Yoga is an ancient system of philosophy and practices. The yoga classes
are a mixture of gentle stretches combined with traditional yoga postures.
The sense of wellness acquired through practice is caused by easing muscle
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challenge of this practice lies in the coordination of breath with movement,
which encourages quieting and relaxing the mind, focus and balance. Please
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classes. There is a class break March 26 – 30 and May 28 – 31. * No class
February 18, April 27 and May 27.
Instructor: Judy Churchill - Monday & Thursday; Denise Brown – Saturday
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1 / Stage
Multilevel Yoga for beginners and continuing students
#23543 February - March Monday
2 - 3:15 p.m.
#23544 April - May
Monday
2 - 3:15 p.m.
Intermediate Yoga for more advanced students; prerequisite
Multilevel yoga or previous yoga experience
#23545 February - March Thursday
3:30 - 4:45 p.m.
#23546 April - May
Thursday
3:30 - 4:45 p.m.
Multilevel Yoga for beginners and continuing students
#23547 February - March Saturday
9 - 10:15 a.m.
#23548 April - May
Saturday
9 - 10:15 a.m.
Resident: $40 / Nonresident: $50
Zumba Gold
Join us for this great class. The Zumba® program fuses hypnotic Latin
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The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms
and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while
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you’ve got a Zumba® class! This class tailors the Zumba class to the active
older adult. Come check it out. There is a class break March 26 – 30 and
May 28 - 31, but video classes will be available.
Instructor: Annette Santoro
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
#23550 February - March Tuesday
5:15 - 6 p.m.
#23551 April - May
Tuesday
5:15 - 6 p.m.
#23552 February - March Wednesday 9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23553 April - May
Wednesday 9 - 9:45 a.m.
#23554 February - March Thursday
5:15 - 6 p.m.
#23555 April - May
Thursday
5:15 - 6 p.m.
Resident: $28 / Nonresident: $35
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cardiovascular equipment including 5 treadmills, 3 bikes, 2
seated ellipticals, and 3 standing ellipticals. Tuff Stuff strength
station offers a wide variety of exercises and the Precor stretch
trainer offers great stretching options. You must be 55 years
or older, a member of the senior center and must take the
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Exercise Equipment Training
Learn to use the cardiovascular equipment (including the
treadmill, bikes, chair elliptical and standing elliptical) and the
Tuff Stuff strength equipment safely in these 2 sessions. Learn
proper form, seat settings, and weight settings and how to
use a workout card to track your progress. Classes are limited
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instructors. For your safety, this class is required prior to using
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For your safety, this class is required prior to using the
fitness equipment.
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 3
#22291 January 3 & 10 Thursday
12 - 1 p.m.
#22292 January 3 & 10
Thursday
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.
#22293 January 9 & 16
Wednesday 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
#22294 January 15 & 22 Tuesday
12 - 1 p.m.
#22295 January 15 & 22 Tuesday
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.
#22296 January 24 & 31 Thursday
7:50 - 8:50 p.m.
#22297 January 22 & 29 Tuesday
4 - 5 p.m.
#22298 January 22 & 29 Tuesday
5:15 - 6:15 p.m.
#23609 February 6 & 13 Wednesday 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
#23610 February 7 & 14 Thursday
12 - 1 p.m.
#23611 February 7 & 14 Thursday
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.
#23612 February 12 & 19 Tuesday
12 - 1 p.m.
#23613 February 12 & 19 Tuesday
1:15 – 2:15 p.m.
#23614 February 21 & 28 Thursday
7:50 - 8:50 p.m.
#23615 February 20 & 27 Wednesday 4 – 5 p.m.
#23616 February 20 & 27 Wednesday 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
#23617 March 6 & 13
Wednesday 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
#23618 March 7 & 14
Thursday
12 - 1 p.m.
#23619 March 7 & 14
Thursday
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.
#23620 March 12 & 19
Tuesday
12 - 1 p.m.
#23621 March 12 & 19
Tuesday
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.
#23622 March 14 & 21
Thursday
7:50 - 8:50 p.m.
#23623 March 20 & 27
Wednesday 4 – 5 p.m.
#23624 March 20 & 27
Wednesday 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
#23625 April 2 & 9
Tuesday
12 - 1 p.m.
#23626 April 2 & 9
Tuesday
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.
#23627 April 4 & 11
Thursday
12 - 1 p.m.
#23628 April 4 & 11
Thursday
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.
#23629 April 10 & 17
Wednesday 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
#23630 April 18 & 25
Thursday
7:50 - 8:50 p.m.
#23631 April 24 & May 1 Wednesday 4 – 5 p.m.
#23632 April 24 & May 1 Wednesday 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Resident: $19 / Nonresident: $24
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choose from private, one on one instruction,
or schedule with a friend for semi-private
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Tuesday, Thursday and Friday,
11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Sharon Benner
Tuesday and Thursday,
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Wednesday, 6:30 - 9 p.m. Ray Smith
Line Dancing
Enjoy a variety of music and dances, including popular wedding dances.
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Instructors: Polly Dubeansky & Barb Shoda – Monday; Sharen McDivitt Wednesday
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
*No class May 27
#23653 March 18 – April 22 Monday
4 p.m. – Advanced
#23654 May 13 – June 24* Monday
4 p.m. – Advanced
#23655 March 18 – April 22 Monday
5 p.m. – Intermediate
#23656 May 13 – June 24* Monday
5 p.m. – Intermediate
#23651 March 18 – April 22 Monday
7:30 p.m. – Intermediate
#23652 May 13 – June 24* Monday
7:30 p.m. – Intermediate
#23662 March 13 – April 17 Wednesday 6:15 p.m. – Intermediate
#23661 May 1 – June 5
Wednesday 6:15 p.m. – Intermediate
#23659 March 13 – April 17 Wednesday 7:30 p.m. – Advanced
#23660 May 1 – June 5
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. – Advanced
Resident: $13 / Nonresident: $16
Line Dancing for Beginners
This very beginners class is for participants who have never done Line
Dance. The most basic steps will be broken down so you can join ongoing
classes at a later date.
Instructor: Polly Dubeansky
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 1
*No class May 27
#23657 March 18 – April 22 Monday
6:30 p.m.
#23658 May 13 – June 24* Monday
6:30 p.m.
Resident: $17/Nonresident: $21
Exploratory Art
After establishing a good foundation in drawing, you might want to
try exploring usage of other mediums and topics of interest. You
may opt for pencil drawing, watercolor, or pen & ink in the areas
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selects a few topics throughout the session for the students to
work on. Some suggested art supplies are 140 lb watercolor paper,
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of your ability, this is an excellent class to transition from the
beginner class, and can be taken consecutively if the artist is more
experienced.
Instructor: Diane Carswell
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 2
Friday, 10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
#23665 Feb 22 – March 29 Friday
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
#23666 April 12 – May 17
Friday
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
Resident: $28 / Nonresident: $35
All Media Painting
All the fundamentals of art will be covered: composition, design,
and color. Please bring the media of your choice, paper and
reference materials.
Instructor: Jennifer Kosarko
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 2
#23667 February 28 – April 4 Thursday
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
#23668 April 18 – May 23
Thursday
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Resident: $28 / Nonresident: $35
Creative Ceramics
Join us for spring and summer projects. Class includes instruction
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includes use of brushes and paints. Greenware fee is payable to
the instructor. All levels of students are welcome.
Instructor: Joanne Kuchar
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 2
#23669 February 27 – April 3 Wednesday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
#23670 April 17 – May 22
Wednesday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
#23671 February 27 – April 3 Wednesday 6 - 8 p.m
#23672 April 17 – May 22
Wednesday 6 - 8 p.m
Resident: $25 / Nonresident: $31
Scrapbooking for Beginners
Beginner Drawing
Do you want to learn how to draw but were afraid to try? Believe it or not
there are rules to drawing correctly, and anybody can learn them! Just ask
the experienced folks who’ve taken only six lessons with Diane Carswell.
They’ve grasped the basics of drawing shapes and shading them so well,
they are now onto Exploratory Art. Art supplies needed: an 11”x14” or
16”x20” sketch pad, ebony pencil, any variety you may wish to purchase.
Instructor: Diane Carswell
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 2
#23663 Feb 22 – March 29 Friday
9:15 - 10 a.m.
#23664 April 12 – May 17
Friday
9:15 - 10 a.m.
Resident: $14/Nonresident: $18
A beginner class to acquaint the participant with the basics of
scrapbook design. Participants will learn how to use techniques
that are fundamental to creating scrapbooks. Color, depth,
style and shapes are a few of the many options we will explore
throughout the class. Participants will be required to provide an
8 x 8 scrapbook available at local craft stores, along with family
photographs to be included in the book. At the conclusion of the
class, the student will have a completed scrapbook to treasure
forever. $5 supply fee due at registration.
Instructor: Loretta Schmucker
Location: Senior Center Stage
#23717 April 25 – May 16
Thursday
10 - 12 p.m.
Resident: $24 / Nonresident: $30
Register online at www.cityofmentor.com/play.
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Tuesday Morning Quilters
Join Teri and our Tuesday morning quilters as they explore making
new projects using modern & time-saving methods in a warm, friendly,
and self-paced atmosphere. Focus will be on learning color, value, &
construction techniques to advance your quilting knowledge. Students
should bring material (based upon provided project supply list), sewing
machine in good condition, sewing notions, & miscellaneous supplies
(rulers, rotary cutters, scissors). An iron & ironing board is provided for
your convenience.
Instructor: Teri Bittner
Location: Activity Room 2
#23678 January 8 – Feb 12
Tuesday 9 - 11:30 a.m.
#23679 February 26 – April 2 Tuesday 9 - 11:30 a.m.
#23680 April 16 – May 21
Tuesday 9 - 11:30 a.m.
Resident: $28 / Nonresident: $35
Introduction to Genealogy
Join us for this introductory genealogy class to get acquainted with
online resources needed to discover your family roots. You will research
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knowledge necessary to continue research on your own. Computers
are available for classroom use. Participants are welcome to bring their
laptop. Bring any info you have about your ancestors to be used as a
starting point.
Instructor: Loretta Schmucker
Location: Senior Center Conference Room
#23715 Feb 28 – March 14
Thursday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $38
Intermediate Genealogy
Now that you have learned the basics about researching your family
history on the computer, it’s time to move on to more complex
searches. We will try to break through those brick walls you have
encountered in your research. Most of the class time will be spent doing
hands-on research so bring your laptop if you have one. Classroom
computers are also available for use. Bring along any family information
you have compiled in your research.
Instructor: Loretta Schmucker
Location: Senior Center Conference Room
#23716 March 28 – April 11
Thursday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Resident: $30/ Nonresident: $38
More Housekeeping On Your Computer
“Presented by Tech Wise, L.L.C”
In this class students will learn more housekeeping tasks that they can
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Topics to be covered include, accessing and making changes in your
control panel and system settings, disk clean up, setting up wireless
connections, customizing your start menu and task bar, Firewall and
security settings and so much more.
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 4
#24326 March 18– 25
Monday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $38
Registration for spring courses begins January
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More Understanding About The Internet
“Presented by Tech Wise, L.L.C”
This class will take you further on an exciting adventure through the
World Wide Web! You will learn about more tools to help you with your
internet experience. We will also look at various websites that can be
very helpful and informative. We’ll explore websites like Facebook,
E-bay and more on your journey to really understand the Internet.
Location: Senior Center Activity Room 4
#24327 April 15 – 22
Monday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $38
Beginners American Sign Language
This course will involve a basic history and basic signs of American
Sign Language. Students will learn the alphabet, basic non verbal
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of the class you will have learned the basics of a new language and be
able to communicate with one another is ASL.
Location: Stage
#23728 Feb 5 – March 5
Tuesday 12 - 1 p.m.
#23729 March 26 – April 23
Tuesday 12 - 1 p.m.
Resident: $24 / Nonresident: $30
Ballroom Dancing
This class is for a person or couple with two left feet or for people who
already know how to cut a rug but want to freshen up. Come learn the
basic ballroom dance styles of foxtrot, east coast swing, waltz, and
many more. Come dance, make new friends, listen to great music, and
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Location: Activity Room 1
#23730 Feb 5 – March 12
Tuesday 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
#23731 March 26 – April 30
Tuesday 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Resident: $30 / Nonresident: $38
ABRACADABRA Magic Class
Come join professional magician, The Great Brad, as he introduces
seniors to the wonderful world of magic. This fun and interactive class
will teach beginning magic tricks that can easily be performed for
seniors and also their grandchildren. The history of magic will also be
revealed and discussed. Instructor: Brad Schreiber, B.A. Theatre, CSU. If
you have any questions, please call The Great Brad direct at 440-4425933.
Instructor: Brad Schreiber
Location: Activity Room 2
#23674 February 4 – March 4 Monday 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
#23675 April 8 – May 6
Monday 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Resident: $13 / Nonresident: $15
Theatre Class
A fun and interactive class where we discuss the creative arts, read
scenes and plays and participate in theatre games. Instructor: Brad
Schreiber, B.A. Theatre, CSU. If you have any questions, please call The
Great Brad direct at 440-442-5933.
Instructor: Brad Schreiber
Location: Activity Room 2
#23676 Feb 4 – March 4
Monday 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.
#23677 April 8 – May 6
Monday 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Resident: $13 / Nonresident: $15
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Picnic Pavilion Rental
The City of Mentor has six picnic pavilions available for use in the parks.
You may reserve a pavilion for your group by obtaining a permit from the
Recreation Department Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Reservations are made in two time blocks, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. OR 4 p.m. to
10 p.m. You may reserve for the entire day by renting both time blocks
and doubling the fee. Pavilion reservations are taken beginning the first
working day in January. Civic Center and Presidents Park pavilions cannot
be reserved. They may be used on a first-come, first-served basis.
To receive the Mentor resident rate, proof of residency, including a current
utility bill and photo ID, must be presented at the time of rental. Alcoholic
beverages are not permitted in our parks or pavilions.
Seating capacities: Bellflower (120), Garfield (96), Morton (36), Krueger
(15), Presidents (36) Civic Center (36) Call (440) 974-5720 for information.
2013 Season Pool Pass Rates
6 hour rental block –Monday through Friday AM
Resident: $35
Nonresident: $50
INDIVIDUAL PASSES
6 hour rental block– Friday evening, Sat, & Sun
Resident: $50
Nonresident: $75
Adult 19 & over
Youth 17 & under
Seniors 60 & over
Pool Passes on Sale April 1
While the snow is still flying, we’re thinking summer. Mentor pools passes
are on sale at the Mentor Recreation Department office, 8500 Civic Center
Blvd., Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. beginning Monday, April 1. We’ll have
extended hours Tuesday and Thursday evenings til 6 p.m. April 23 - June 13.
New Pass Purchasers
In order to receive the resident pass rate, you MUST bring a CURRENT utility
bill with your name and address on it AND a photo ID as proof of residency.
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photographed, though kids and working adults can come at a later date to
receive their photo and pass after payment has been made. Residents of
Mentor-on-the-Lake, Kirtland and Kirtland Hills also need to provide proof of
residency to receive the discounted rate arranged for by those cities.
Online Pass Renewal
If you purchased a pass last year, you can renew online at www.cityofmentor.
com/play/aquatics. Once you’ve completed the checkout process and
paid, your pass is valid and can be used for admission when pools open.
In-Person Pass Renewal
Stop in the office during our regular business hours and pay for your pass
and have new photos taken. Please bring your current utility bill and photo ID
when purchasing in person to receive the Mentor resident rate.
Need new photos?
If you need new photos (recommended every other year for children),
just visit us at the Recreation Department office, 8500 Civic Center Blvd.,
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. or Tuesday and Thursday evenings til 6 pm,
April 23 - June 13.
Please note that Recreation Department staff periodically cross check the
residency of our pool pass purchasers. Those found purchasing a pass using
false information will have their passes revoked without refund.
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Nonresident
$55
$45
$45
$110
$90
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FAMILY PASSES
Family passes may include only immediate family members living in the
same house, (i.e. dad, mom, kids age 3-18). A family pass must include
at least one parent.
Senior Couple
Family of 2
Family of 3
Family of 4
Family of 5
Additional family members
Resident
Nonresident
$69
$85
$108
$125
$135
$20/each
$138
$170
$216
$250
$270
$40/each
Save money with our new Swim & Save cards!
For $25, you’ll receive 5 admissions to any city pool! Swim & Save
cards are available at the Recreation Department and all three city
pools. They make great gifts and any one can purchase them!
pool passes:
a great value
A Family of 4 pool pass pays for itself
after just four visits!
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PROGRAM LOCATIONS
Black Brook Golf Course
8900 Lakeshore Blvd.
Civic Center Park
8600 Munson Rd.
Civic Center Waterpark
8600 Munson Rd.
Civic Center Amphitheater
8600 Munson Rd.
Mentor City Council
Back from left: Scott J. Marn, At-Large; Bruce Landeg, Ward 3;
Robert M. Shiner, Ward 1; John A. Krueger, Ward 4; Ray Kirchner, At-Large.
Front from left: Janet A. Dowling, At-Large; Carolyn P. Bucey, Ward 2;
City Of Mentor Staff
Kenneth J. Filipiak
Bob Martin
Paul Hegreness
Tim Ausperk
Dave George
Jill Korsok
Terri Rosenwald
Renee Ochaya
Len Zito
City Manager
Director, Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities
Recreation Superintendent
Black Brook Golf Course Golf Professional & Manager
Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve & Marina Manager
Recreation Program Manager
Arena Manager
Senior Center Program Manager
Cultural Activities Director
Mark your calendar for
Mentor CityFest
and help us celebrate Mentor’s 50th Anniversary!
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Lots of live music
Great food
Community events
Inflatables, games and activities for kids & adults
and much more!
Friday & Saturday, August 23 & 24
Want to get involved? Contact us at [email protected]
or call (440) 974-5720.
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Civic Center Skatepark
8604 Munson Rd.
Edward R Walsh Park
7221 Bellflower Rd.
Eleanor B. Garfield Park
7967 Mentor Ave.
Krueger Park
7556 Chillicothe Rd.
Maypine Farm
32700 White Rd, Wby Hills
Mentor Beach Park
7779 Lakeshore Blvd.
Mentor Civic Arena / Community Center
8600 Munson Rd.
Mentor Dog Park
6647 Hopkins Rd.
Mentor High School
6477 Center St.
Mentor Lagoons Nature
Preserve & Marina
8365 Harbor Dr.
Mentor Municipal Center
8500 Civic Center Blvd.
Mentor Senior Center
8484 Munson Rd.
Old Council Hall
7250 Jackson St.
Ridge Middle School
7860 Johnnycake Ridge Rd
Taft Elementary School
1580 E. 332nd St., Eastlake
Wildwood Cultural Center
7645 Little Mountain Rd
Mentor Parks & Recreation Guide is produced three
times per year to inform the residents of Mentor. It is
published by the Recreation Department, 8500 Civic
Center Blvd., Mentor OH 44060. The full guide is always
available online at www.cityofmentor.com/play. The
Summer Parks & Recreation Guide will be mailed to all
homes in the 44060 zip code the third week in April.
Summer registration, including summer camps, begins
April 29 for residents and May 2 for nonresidents.
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8500 Civic Center Blvd.
Mentor, Ohio 44060
It’s FREE easy, fast, secure and
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Online Registration Is FREE!
Visa or Mastercard Accepted
It’s FREE to use our easy, convenient and secure
online registration software. Online registration
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the class begins. Participants may transfer the full
course amount to another trip/class/program within
the same season to avoid the administrative fee. No
refunds are issued after the class begins. Students
assume risk of change in personal affairs or health.
1. Visit www.cityofmentor.com/play
2. Click Register Online
3. My Account to login using your unique
Login ID & password
Senior Center Registration
3. Go to Programs & Activities
4. Select your classes and check-out
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just click on the My Account tab and follow the
instructions. If you’d like to setup an account, just
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your account, and provide you with everything
you need to get started. Please have your email
address, name, address, and phone, and the birth
dates of each family member available when you
call. It’s as easy as that!
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parents and children residing at the same address
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by phone or email. If the City cancels a course, we
welcome you to transfer to another class within the
same season, or receive a full refund. It takes two
to three weeks to process a refund check. Credit
card payees will receive credit on their account
within a few days.
Course Refunds
Please choose your classes carefully. Once you
have registered for a course, there will be no full
refunds unless the City of Mentor cancels the class.
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online at www.cityofmentor.com/play. Don’t
forget to include check or charge information.
Senior Center membership is required to
participate in Senior Center activities including
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may register for programs at the Mentor Senior
Center. Please contact the center for details.
Senior Center Trip Refunds
Please choose your trips carefully. Once you
have registered for a trip there will be no full
refunds unless the Senior Center cancels the trip.
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the customer. Trip refunds, less the administrative
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Participants may transfer the full trip amount to
another trip/class/program within the same season
to avoid the administrative fee. Participants assume
risk of change in personal circumstances or health.
After the cutoff date, there are no refunds unless
the reservation can be resold.
Mentor Residency
Mentor Residents live within the corporate limits
of the City of Mentor. Proof of residency is a current
utility bill with both name and address on it along
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are Mentor resident addresses. Mentor School
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Inclement Weather Cancellations
We encourage persons with disabilities to
participate in all programs offered by the Parks &
Recreation Department. Please notify us in advance
if special arrangements should be arranged in order
to make participation possible. TDD available.
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scheduled. Contact the Recreation Department at
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inclement weather. Email blasts and twitter posts
are also used to post information. Classes taught
in any of the Mentor Schools’ buildings are canceled
whenever the Mentor Schools are closed. In case
of “Act of God” cancellations, the Recreation Dept.
reserves the right to terminate any class/activity
that results in less than the scheduled number of
sessions, without issuing a refund.
Wildwood Members
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Cultural Center and may register by mail as soon as
they receive this brochure.
We often take photos of our programs, special
events, camps and general activities. These photos
are used exclusively by the City of Mentor and may
appear in any of our publications, both electronic
and print, and our website.
People with Disabilities
City of Mentor Recreation
8500 Civic Center Blvd.
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Registration Form
Make checks payable to: City of Mentor
Birthday
Registrant’s Name
Program or Course
Reg
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Course
Course
Start Date Start Time
Location
Fee
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To receive a receipt, please provide an email address. All receipts will be emailed.
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City/State/Zip
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Email Address
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City/State/Zip
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Department of Parks,
Recreation & Public Facilities
8500 Civic Center Waterpark
Mentor, Ohio 44060
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Check out our
new
Barre2Pilates Workout Center
at Garfield Ballroom.
See page 8 for details.
FREE online registration available 24/7
www.cityofmentor.com/play
Click Online Registration to register today!
FACEBOOK: Mentor Parks & Recreation
TWITTER: @MentorRec
(440) 974-5720
Resident registration begins January 2
Nonresident registration begins January 4

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