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Let’s make a difference Lemont!
To kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the
Lemont Park District is teaming up residents to help
with the fight against breast cancer! On October 1, 2016,
the district will be hosting a one-of-a-kind “pink”
challenge to raise funds to combat this terrible disease.
All profits from this event will be donated to the Hope
& Friendship Pink Fund designated to help those in
Lemont living with breast cancer!
This 2-hour event will center around 10 teams completing 10 challenges in a circuit
environment in The CORE gymnasium. Whether it’s basketball, zumba, hockey or
pickleball - each area will focus on fitness and FUN! In addition, prizes will be given
for the best PINK dressed team and the team with the highest score of completion.
Don’t miss the after party to be held at Gelsosomo’s Pizzeria & Pub here in Lemont!
All participants will receive a dry-fit pink shirt and goodie bag!
FOR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, PLEASE CALL 630-257-6787.
Where: The CORE, 16050 127th Street, Lemont
When: Saturday, October 1, 2016 ~ 6 - 9 p.m.
Fee:
$200 per team of 10 ($20 each)
Team Captains, please register your team
at the Lemont Park District.
www.LemontParkDistrict.org ~ 630-257-6787
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NE
NEW!
What’s New?!
Just look for this symbol...
next to all our NEW programs and events!
Early Childhood & Youth
Kid Rock II, without parent, p. 15
Wild Night Out, p. 18
SportsKids Archery, p. 37
SportsKids Pickleball, p. 37
SportsKids Pee Wee Lacrosse, p. 37
SportsKids Youth Lacrosse, p. 37
TEENS
Star Party, p. 19
Friday Night Live, p. 19
Adults
Weight Management, p. 20
Crockpot Cooking, p. 20
Making Stuffed Cabbage Rolls, p. 20
Beeswax Candle Making, p. 20
Seniors
Mamma Mia, p. 21
Oktoberfest at Starved Rock, p. 21
Glass Pumpkin Fesval, p. 21
The Lile Mermaid at the Paramount, p. 21
Sportskids Adult Archery, p. 21
SilverSplash, p. 25
Special Events!
Power to the PINK! p. 2
See Center Insert!
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LPD Informaon
Staff
Park District Administrative Office
16028 127th Street, Lemont, Illinois 60439
phone: 630.257.6787 | fax: 630.257.6944
www.LemontParkDistrict.org | [email protected]
Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Lemont Park District CORE Fitness
& Aquatic Complex
16050 127th Street, Lemont, Illinois 60439 | phone: 630.257.6787 Ext. 3026
Hours:
Monday - Friday 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 am - 8:00 pm | Sunday 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Centennial Community Center
16028 127th Street, Lemont, Illinois 60439 | phone: 630.257.6787 Ext. 3013
Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am - 2:00 pm | Sunday Closed
Table of Contents
Adults..............................................p. 20
Aquatics...................................p. 24 - 26
Athletics (Youth)......................p. 36 - 41
Birthday Parties...............................p. 11
Lemont Park District’s CORE
Fitness & Aquatic Complex......p. 6 - 10
Keeping It GREEN.........................p. 44
Dance.......................................p. 32 - 33
Early Childhood.......................p. 13 - 15
Gymnastics...............................p. 34 - 35
Holiday Activities...........................p. 17
Horseback Riding Lessons............p. 37
Leagues....................................p. 42 - 43
Lemont Park Foundation ................p. 46
LPD Information & Policies....p. 48 - 49
Memorial Tree/Bench Programs.......p. 46
Park Information..............................p. 45
Preschool............................................ 11
Registration.................p. 12 & p. 50 - 51
Seniors ....................................p. 21 - 22
Skating ............................................p. 31
Special Events................................Insert
Specialty Fitness Classes................p. 23
Staff ..................................................p. 4
Teens................................................p. 19
Racquetball & Tennis......................p. 43
SEASPAR........................................p. 47
Youth Specialty Programs........p. 17 - 18
Administrative Staff
Louise Egofske
Executive Director
[email protected]
Ryan Jastrzab
Deputy Director
[email protected]
Linda Straka
Director of Finance & Technology
[email protected]
Karen Perkey
Director of Human Resources & Finance
Administrator
[email protected]
Carrie Dellamano
Sales & Marketing Director
[email protected]
Dawn Banks
Director of Maintenance and Planning
[email protected]
Larry Rizzo
Assistant Director of Maintenance
[email protected]
Recreation Supervisors
Christine Aguirre Aquatics
[email protected]
Pam Carter Preschool, Early Childhood & Day Camp
[email protected]
Lauren Hanson Teens, Seniors, Cultural Arts &
Special Events
[email protected]
Anthony Morelli Facilities, User Groups & Adult
Leagues
[email protected]
Toni Paolini Youth Athletics, Dance & Gymnastics
[email protected]
Jennifer Saylor Fitness Member Services Manager
[email protected]
Support Staff
Carlene Dickman
Marketing Coordinator
[email protected]
Marybeth Nunzio
Customer Service Manager
[email protected]
Program Contact Information
Most program listings in this guide have a
person’s initials at the end of the description.
Please use this information to contact the
person responsible for that particular program
if necessary. Dial 630-257-6787 and then dial
the appropriate extension.
Christine Aguirre (CA) ext. 3002
Pam Carter (PC) ext. 3001
Lauren Hanson (LH) ext. 3031
Anthony Morelli (AM) ext. 3034
Toni Paolini (TP) ext. 3002
Jennifer Saylor (JS) ext. 3037
A Message from the President...
Dear Residents,
Another summer full of memorable events has come
and gone. Our staff and community partners
continue to pleasantly exceed our resident’s
expectations. This is a perfect example of what
happens when a community comes together and
works together. Magical things start to happen. Let’s
take a moment to revisit those magical events that
took place over the summer.
The most popular event in our community remains to
be the Independence Day Extravaganza and
Freedom Days! This week-long series of motivational events include the Freedom 5K run, Sky High
Freedom Kite Fly, the Stars and Stripes Tribute to
our Veterans, Starlight Movie Night, the All-American
Swim all leading up to the Independence Day
Extravaganza held on July 3rd. Because of the spirt
of cooperation and partnership that exists between
the Village of Lemont, Lemont Township and the
Lemont Park District, we are able to bring this
phenomenal event to our residents. Additional
partners and sponsors that made this celebration
possible are the Lemont Park Foundation,
Gelsosomo’s Pizzeria and Pub, Zlan Partners, Citgo
Refinery, Kids Plus Pediatric Dentistry, Lemont Bank
and Trust, Presence Medical Group, Lemont Police
Department, Lemont Fire Protection District, Lemont
Emergency Management and Will County Mutual
Aid. Most importantly, let us not forget the motivated,
dedicated and passionate commitment displayed by
the Lemont Park District staff and members of our
GIVE program in preparation for this event. They
have put in countless hours throughout the week
and weekend to make this all possible for our
community to enjoy. They are truly Makers of
Memories!
As part of our ongoing celebration for our 50th
anniversary we enhanced several programs. Our
movies in the park have become such a hit, it only
made sense to schedule another night out in the
park featuring a family friendly flick! Our joint venture
with the Village of Lemont for the Sunset Soirees
concert series in downtown Lemont continue to grow
in size and popularity. Adding another concert in the
peaceful summer night air provides one the
opportunity and inspiration to truly enjoy what life is
all about. We just couldn’t pass up a unique
opportunity to create an Enhanced Kids Zone with
numerous enjoyable rides for the kids at the Independence Day Extravaganza. The smiles on their
faces told the story. The year isn’t over yet. Watch
for other opportunities to participate in this
celebration.
We continue to proceed forward with our park
replacement program. Northview Park, which is one
of our regional parks, has taken shape quite nicely.
We are looking for a completion date this Fall.
Rolling Meadows and Kensington parks are in
various stages of construction. We anticipate that
both parks will be completed this Fall as well
pending weather conditions. We will continue to
keep our district residents informed on the
progress of all construction along with information
on their grand openings.
It also gives us great pleasure to announce the
appointment of our new Board Commissioner,
Leland Wagner, which took place at the April
Board meeting. A highly motivated married father
of two young children, Leland brings with him a
solid background in Educational Leadership and
Marketing. His energy is not only admirable, but
wonderfully contagious. We are fortunate to have
Leland as part of our team.
As you browse through this edition of our Memory
Maker, you’ll definitely find some great new
programs and some favorite annual activities!
What comes to mind when Lemont thinks of Fall?
How about the ever-so-popular Lemontster Days!
This community-wide celebration will start off, on
October 15, 2016, with Lemont Park District’s Fall
Fest. This fun, family event will feature festive
entertainment for all ages. Also, be sure to check
out the Family Fun Night in November and
Breakfast with Santa and the Frigid 5K in
December. It will also be our honor to host our
men and women who served their country on
Veterans Day with our annual luncheon. After all,
if it wasn’t for their commitment and contribution
to our country, we wouldn’t be who we are today.
We have also implemented several new
programs for all ages. From the Kindergarten
Enrichment program, Archery, Pickleball and
Lacrosse – there is surely something for
everyone! Teens will have a blast at the all-teen
dance and our adults can choose from a variety of
programs such Crockpot Cooking and Beeswax
Candle Making. Our mature residents also have
many choices this season such as Oktoberfest at
Starved Rock and Glass Pumpkin Festival just to
name a few!
Brian Pepich, President
John Diorio, Vice President
Peter Korbakes, Treasurer
On Behalf of the Lemont Park Board,
Bill McAdam, Commissioner
Brian Pepich, President
Park Board Meetings
Board Meetings for the Lemont Park District are
open to the public. They are held on the third
Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the
Centennial Community Center.
Meeting dates and times subject to change.
Leland Wagner, Commissioner
Visit www.LemontParkDistrict.org for the most current information.
The CORE Fitness & Aquac Complex
Thanksgiving Day
Food Drive &
Open House
at The CORE!
Thursday, November 24th
7 a.m. - Noon
Fitness Facility and Free Weights
The CORE is home to a state-of-the-art fitness facility which houses
over 100 pieces of the most innovative fitness equipment and free
weights available, including towel service, iPod docking stations and
video screens on most cardio machines. The cardio fitness equipment
includes cutting edge “Preva Technology” designed to help you set
your goals and track success. The CORE also has Personal
Training available. Adjacent to the equipment and free-weight rooms
is an open area for stretching, warming up and cooling down. Here
Personal Trainers can have one-on-one meeting sessions with their
clients to discuss individual progress and goals. Providing the most
up-to-date equipment and impeccable service, is at the center of The
CORE. All guests ages 11-17 who sign up for a CORE Membership
must provide proof of age and attend an orientation with their parents
before they will be allowed to work out in the fitness center.
Enjoy the FREE Open House at
The CORE when you bring in a
non-perishable food item! What a
wonderful way to start your
Thanksgiving celebration - giving to
others and getting a great workout in!
Take a class, go for a swim or workout
in the Fitness Center...all will be
available to every person who brings
in an eligible food item.
Proceeds will benefit the Lemont Food Pantry.
SilverSneakers
The Gym
You may be eligible for a FREE
CORE Membership through your
health insurance. SilverSneakers
is a fun, energizing program that
helps older adults take greater
control of their health by encouraging physical activity and offering social events. To see if your
insurance plan is eligible, log on
to silversneakers.com or call
1-888-423-4632.
Basketball, volleyball, even baseball with
indoor batting cages - you name it, this Gym
has it! The 3-court Gymnasium at The CORE
spans over 21,000 square feet maximizing
Court Time for all. “Open Gym” as well as
an array of other events take place here every
week. Encompassing the entire Gym is a
remarkable elevated indoor track. Extending
a 10th of a mile around, it allows ample
room for all runners and walkers year-round.
Aquatics
Feel like a swim? You can jump
right in the 6-lane swimming pool
inside The CORE. This modern
indoor pool, in addition to the
outdoor Centennial Pool, is ready
to meet Lemont’s aquatic needs
year round. This aquatic facility
measuring nearly 8,000 square
feet plays host to lap swim, water
aerobics, swim meets, open swim
and a variety of other Park District
aquatic events! Come join us, the
water’s perfect!
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The Studios & More Childcare
Three deluxe workout
Studios sit inside The
CORE. Yoga, dance,
aerobics, kickboxing,
pilates and spin - you can
find it all at The CORE!
Also, multi-purpose rooms
are available for rental; you
can host your next birthday
party, business meeting, or
club event at The CORE.
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Childcare at The CORE is available.
Moms and Dads can get their
workouts in while kids can get their
fun-time fill! Childcare hours are
Monday-Friday 7:30 am-1:30 pm
and 5:00 pm-8:30 pm (8 pm on
Fridays during the summer), and
Saturdays 8:00 am-12:00 pm. The
cost is $2.75 per hour per child for
residents and $3.75 per hour per
child for non-residents. We also offer
a punch card option or a monthly
childcare option.
Personal Training
CORE Personal
Trainers are on site
ready to work with
members of all
fitness levels. Stop by
the Fitness Desk for
more information or to
set up an appointment
with one of our
personal trainers.
LPD’s CORE Group Exercise
at The CORE
Zumba, Pilates, Step, Spin
and much more...you can
find it all at The CORE!
Full class schedules and descriptions are
available at The CORE or you can visit us at
www.LemontParkDistrict.org.
CORE-Fit Members have all-access to
Les Mills
over 60 Group X Classes per week!
The CORE is home to world-renown
Les Mills Group Fitness Classes.
Promoting fitness in a fun, safe, and
inspiring environment, Les Mills is a
pioneer in the modern group exercise
experience. BODYFLOW™,
BODYPUMP™, BODYCOMBAT™ are
all part of Group X at The CORE!
Fitness Classes & Punch Cards
Individual classes and punch cards are valid towards
Group X Fitness Classes, Aqua Aerobics and Select Yoga
Specialty Classes.
1 Class Resident = $8
12 Classes Resident = $74
24 Classes Resident = $148
1 Class NON-Resident = $12
12 Classes NON-Resident = $110
24 Classes NON-Resident = $220
Unlimited Senior Aqua Monthly Punch Pass Resident = $60
Unlimited Senior Aqua Monthly Punch Pass Non-Resident = $90
LPD’s CORE
Member’s Only Benefits
at The CORE!
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CORE MEMBERSHIP
Includes: Access to Fitness Center and Indoor Pool ~ Open Swim
and Open Gym
BEST VALUE
Annually
Enrollment Fee
$299.88
$49.99
$239.88
$30.00
$215.88
$25.00
Resident Household
1st Person
2nd Person
3rd Person and Beyond
Monthly
$25.99
$20.99
$18.99
Resident Senior & Student
1st Person
2nd Person
3rd Person and Beyond
Monthly
$23.50
$19.00
$17.20
Annually
$270.00
$216.00
$194.40
Enrollment Fee
$49.99
$30.00
$25.00
Junior Membership
11-13 Year Olds
Monthly
$15.99
Annually
$180.00
Enrollment Fee
$25.00
Jr. Member must be under direct
supervision of a parent or guardian
CORE Member from the same
household at all times.
Resident 70 Plus Senior
Members 70 years and over
PREMIUM GUEST PASS PRICING
REFER-A-FRIEND BONUS
MEMBER’S ONLY EVENTS
CORE GEAR COUPONS
CORE MEMBER SEMINARS
Provided by ATI Physical Therapy
Free for
bers!
CORE Mem
ATI Physical Therapy will be on-site during
the next few months offering FREE Seminars
and healthy tips. These seminars will be
FREE for CORE Members. Dates and times
to be announced at a later date.
Non-CORE Members may attend for a nominal fee.
Monthly
$15.99
Annually
$180.00
Enrollment Fee
$49.99
CORE-FIT MEMBERSHIP
Includes: Access to Fitness Center and Indoor Pool ~ Open Swim
and Open Gym ~ ALL Group X Fitness Classes
Resident Household
1st Person
2nd Person
3rd Person and Beyond
BEST VALUE
Monthly
Annually
Enrollment Fee
$37.99
$431.88
$49.99
$32.99
$371.88
$30.00
$30.99
$347.88
$25.00
Resident Senior & Student
1st Person
2nd Person
3rd Person and Beyond
Monthly
$35.50
$31.00
$29.20
Annually
$402.00
$348.00
$326.40
Enrollment Fee
$49.99
$30.00
$25.00
Resident 70 Plus Senior
Members 70 years and over
Monthly
$27.99
Annually
$311.88
Enrollment Fee
$49.99
BEST VALUE Annually! Pay for your membership
in full on an annual basis and SAVE!
NON-RESIDENTS There is an additional fee of $5 per
month for Non-Resident Members.($60 additional fee for
non-resident annual Memberships.)
Each seminar will cover a different topic
such as Fall Prevention for the Aging
Population, Strength Training for the Aging
Population and Key Stretches & Exercises
for the most common exercise routine
ailments. (JS)
All Seminars will be held in
The CORE Covington Rooms.
YOUTH AND HIGH SCHOOL
OPEN GYM & SWIM PASSES!
Includes: Access to Scheduled Open Swim and Gym
Resident Youth & H.S.
With Adult Membership
Without Adult Membership
Monthly
$7.00
$11.00
Annually
$84.00
$132.00
NON-Resident Youth & H.S.
With Adult Membership
Without Adult Membership
Monthly
$10.00
$16.00
Annually
$120.00
$192.00
LPD’s CORE CORE
DAILY PRICING
*Resident or Non-Resident ID Card required
for Daily Fee Users (See Page 10 for more info)
&
Facility Swim
Gym Swim Gym
Daily
Resident
Adult (18-59)
Seniors
(60 & Older)
Student - Age 14+
(F/T H.S. - College)
Student
(1st - 8th grade)
Senior Off-Peak
M-F 9 a.m .to 4 p.m.
$10
$8
$6
$6
$8
$7
$5
$5
$9
$7
$5
$5
N/A
$5
$4
$4
$5
$4
$3
$3
NEW! Try a Group X Class for $8*!
(Non-Residents are $12)
Daily
Swim &
Non-Resident Facility Gym Swim Gym
Adult (18-59)
$16
$12
$10
$10
Seniors
(60 & Older)
$13
$10
$8
$8
Student - Age 14+
(F/T H.S.-College)
$13
$10
$8
$8
Student
(1st - 8th grade)
N/A
$7
$6
$6
$8
$7
$6
$6
Senior Off-Peak
M-F 9 a.m .to 4 p.m.
Facility – This pass provides all-access to The CORE
including entrance to any Scheduled Open Gym, Lap Swim,
Open Swim and use of Weight / Fitness Center
Swim & Gym – Provides access to any Scheduled Lap
Swim, Open Swim or Open Gym activity. No access to the
Weight / Fitness Center.
Swim – Access to any Scheduled Lap Swim or Open Swim.
Gym – Access to any Scheduled Open Gym. (Must be of
specific age and gender for specified Open Gym)
Group X Classes – www.LemontParkDistrict.org for
schedule and class descriptions.
For Specialty Classes
such as Yoga and
Aqua Fitness
see page 23!
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The Lemont Park District CORE Fitness & Aquac Complex
Frequently Asked Quesons
What are the hours at The CORE? The hours for The CORE are
as follows:
Monday – Friday 5 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Can I pay for my entire year’s membership at once? Yes, CORE
Members can pay for a year’s membership upfront and save.
However, we offer a month-to-month automatic payment
option, as there is not any annual obligation.
Check our website, www.lemontparkdistrict.org for seasonal
and holiday hours.
What are “Group X” classes? Group X is an abbreviation for
Group Exercise classes. Group X classes are included as part
of the CORE-Fit Memberships and can be attended by people
that purchase a Pre-Paid Punch Card.
Can I just purchase Membership to the Fitness Center and not
the Swimming Pool? The Fitness Membership includes access
to the Indoor Swimming pool. The pricing for Membership is
based upon admission into the Fitness Center and is competitive
with area Fitness Clubs that do not have swimming pools.
Including admittance into the pool is simply a bonus that is
being offered to all members.
Do Seniors get a membership discount? Yes, Seniors ages 60 69 receive approximately 10% off membership. Seniors over
70 years of age receive an additional discounted price.
Is there a walking track inside The CORE and if so, what is the
fee for using it? Yes, there is a track inside that equals 1/10th of
a mile in distance. Entry is FREE for all Lemont Residents.
Non-Residents pay a small daily fee. Must have a Resident or
Non-Resident ID Card.
Why do I need a Resident or Non-Resident ID Card? Any guest
who is not a member but uses The CORE facility, needs to
have a resident or non-resident ID card to present each time
you visit The CORE for safety purposes. There is no cost for
the ID card.
I am a Senior Citizen and I usually go away during the Winter
months. Can I freeze my Membership during this time? Yes, we
have a “Snow Birds” policy for Seniors who leave Lemont
during the Winter months for extended periods of time. Please
inquire at the Service Desk about the “Snow Birds” Policy for
complete details.
What do I get for my one-time Enrollment Fee? Each member
will receive a one-on-one Physical Assessment, Facility
Orientation, One half-hour Personal Training Session and a
T-shirt!
What kind of equipment is in the Fitness Center? The Fitness
Facility contains state-of-the-art equipment—some of the most
up-to-date pieces available! Complete with iPod docking
stations and individual video screens, these machines make
working out fun and entertaining!
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How many Group X classes are offered at The CORE? There are
a variety of over 60 classes offered weekly for most of the
year. Also, Group X Specialty classes are offered for an
additional fee.
Are there Fitness Classes that are geared toward Seniors? Yes,
there are Specialty Fitness Classes that are specifically
designed to be “Senior friendly.”
Is there different prices for Non-Residents of Lemont? Yes,
Non-Residents pay more than Lemont Residents. This
substantial, yet reasonable amount helps offset costs for
Lemont Residents but is still inviting for those not from
Lemont to become members.
How old do you have to be to join The CORE? Eleven is the
minimum age requirement for membership. All 11-13 year
olds must be in direct supervision of a parent or guardian, who
is a CORE member, from the same household at all times in
the fitness facility and must provide proof of age.
Is the Pool at The CORE heated? Yes, the pool is heated.
What is the pricing for children who would like to visit the pool
and the gym? There are “Open Gym” and “Open Swim” Daily
Passes that can be purchased for children under 18 years-old.
There are also Annual rates.
Is there a Daily Rate for the Facility? Yes. There is a daily rate in
place for those who would like to just come every so often.
What if I do not want a membership but I still want to participate
in Group X classes? A Pre-Paid Punch Card is available that is
redeemable for 12 or 24 classes on a walk-in basis. Also, for
those who would not like to commit to the punch card or the
6-week class, there is a daily class fee for Group X Classes.
Is there a Corporate Membership Rate? The Lemont Park
District has partnered with area businesses to develop
customized Corporate Membership agreements. For more
information, please contact The Lemont Park District.
Lemont Park District’s Preschool Academy
Terrific Two’s
Preschool Plus
Terrific Two’s is a great way to introduce your child to a preschool
setting. One of the most important aspects of early development is
becoming comfortable with separation, encouraging independence
and fostering communication skills. Classes will follow a monthly
theme and include circle time with songs, a story and socialization
and playtime. Fine and gross motor skills will be enhanced through
games and crafts. Class will meet Tuesday and Friday mornings for
one hour and fifteen minutes.
Preschool Plus is an exciting opportunity to expand your child’s
educational, social & developmental horizons by adding one or two
days to our current programs. Children will experience an extended
curriculum including art, music, science and computers as well as
indoor and outdoor physical activities. Students that enroll in our
3 year old program will have the opportunity to add Friday.
Students who enroll in our 4 year old and Finally 5’s program will
have the opportunity to add Tuesday & Thursday for a 5-day
preschool week.
Young 3’s
Our Young 3’s classes were developed for children who will be three
years old between September 1st and December 31st. The “Young 3’s
class meet Tuesday and Thursday mornings for one and a half hours.
Three Year-Olds
Our Three Year-Old classes are designed for children who will be
three years old by September 1st. The three year-olds meet twice a
week for two hours.
Four Year-Olds
Our Four Year-Old class is for children who are four years old as of
September 1st. The 4 year old class meet three times a week for two
and half hours each day.
Finally Fives
Our Finally Fives class was developed for children who will turn
five years-old between September 1st and December 31st. Finally
Fives meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday for two and half hours
each day.
Preschool Enrichment Program
The “Preschool Enrichment Program” is available to students
currently enrolled in the Lemont Park District’s 4 Year Old and
Finally Fives preschool program. Students will attend their regular
preschool program during the morning - Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. These students are able to extend
their preschool experience until 2:30 p.m. Students who enroll in the
Enrichment Program will experience a balance of Illinois CORE
standards of education in literacy, math and science along with
drama, music, science and creative movement. Students enrolled in
the Preschool Enrichment program will have a 30-minute supervised
lunch between their a.m. and p.m. programs.
Thank you to our
Preschool Sponsor...
Kids Plus
Pediatric Dentistry!
Make Your Child’s Next Birthday Party
All Parties Include:
a Memorable One! Gym Party Package:
Admission for twelve children &
two adults including birthday
boy or girl.
Use of party room.
Cheese, sausage or pepperoni
pizza and soda.
Napkins, tablecloths, cups, forks
and plates.
Party coordinator to assist you.
Extra pizza & soda available at an
additional cost.
The Details:
Resident Fee: $175
Non-Resident Fee: $220
Each additional child - $6
Theme parties are for children
4 to 10 years old.
Theme parties are two hours long
Theme craft and games
Parties are available:
Monday-Friday after 4:00 pm.
Saturday-Sunday after 11:00 am.
Resident Fee: $180
FUN Theme Choices...
Princess/Knight
The birthday
princess/knight and their friends will have
a royally good time making their own
crowns, princess wands or royal shields.
Western Round Up Cowboys and Cowgirls
will lasso up some fun making western
bandanas.
Pirate Adventure Ahoy Matey! Little
buccaneers will make their own
bandanna and pirate flag.
Hawaiian Luau Your child will be in for
a tropical treat at this fun birthday luau.
Each child will make a lei and enjoy a
limbo contest.
Sparkle Jewelry Join us as we make a
studded jewelry box with jewelry too!
Non-Resident Fee: $225
Each additional child - $6
One hour in Gym and one hour in
a party room.
Activities such as basketball,
soccer, kickball, floor hockey and
dodgeball, obstacle course
available.
Parties are booked based on
availability. Call 630-257-6787
for times and dates.
Gymnastics & Pool
Parties Also
Available!
Please check availability
with the Service Desk for
specific dates, times and cost.
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Registration Made EASY
from Start to Finish!
Resident Registration Begins Saturday, August 20th!
at Centennial Community Center, The CORE and ONLINE
with our “REAL-TIME” WebTrac System!
NOTE: Non-Resident Registration begins on August 27th.
For first time users, the User Name is the email associated with your household account. The Password is the zip code
associated with the household account. If you have never registered for programs with us before, you must register in person
the first time. For more information, please see the document on www.LemontParkDistrict.org.
Registration is easy! On August 20th, Resident registration will begin! Lemont Residents are able to register at
Centennial Community Center, The CORE and Residents are also able to register from the comfort of their own
homes ONLINE on August 20th by utilizing our REAL-TIME WebTrac Online Registration System. All you have to do is
visit www.LemontParkDistrict.org and click on the “Register Online” link at the top of the page and then follow the
prompts! Upon receipt of this brochure, residents of Lemont can also begin submitting their registration forms through
the mail or by dropping them off at the Centennial Community Center or The CORE. All resident registrations that
have been received by August 22nd will be randomly processed that day. All registrations received after that time, will be
processed as they are received.
Lemont Residents register
Online at
www.LemontParkDistrict.org
beginning August 20th.
Start
Walk-in completed forms
Mail registration forms
upon receipt of brochure to:
16028 127th St.,
Lemont, IL 60439.
Random processing
begins August 22nd.
beginning August 20th.
Drop-off completed forms
upon receipt of brochure.
Random processing
begins August 22nd.
Fax completed
See pages
50 - 51 for
additional
registration
details!
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registration forms upon
receipt of brochure to
630-257-6944.
Random processing
begins August 22nd.
Early Childhood
Painting Partners (Ages 18 Months - 3)
Children bring mom, dad or a favorite grown-up to class.
Creativity and artistic skills are experienced together as we
create paintings in this early childhood class using everything
but a paint brush. Please wear old clothes or bring a smock to
class. (PC) Class is with parent.
Class Will Not Meet On: 10/10
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 12
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510600-A1 M
9/12-10/24 9:15A-9:45A
$34 $51
510600-B1 Tu
9/13-10/18 6:30P-7:00P
$34 $51
Mini Musicians (Ages 15 Months - 3)
Musical Instruments, songs and finger plays will enhance your
child's love for music. Children will build positive self-esteem in
this early childhood class as they master fun songs, sounds
and movements. (PC) Class is with parent.
Class Will Not Meet On: 10/10
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 12
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510601-A1 M
9/12-10/24 10:00A-10:30A $32 $48
Totercise (Ages 2 - 4)
Parent and tot exercise together in this early childhood class.
Exercise is fun when done to music, using balls, bean bags,
parachutes and more. Exercise helps to develop strength and
gross motor skills. (PC) Class is with parent.
Class Will Not Meet On: 10/10
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 12
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510602-A1 M
9/12-10/24 10:45A-11:15A $32 $48
Holiday Masterpiece (Ages 18 months - 3)
Join us as we make holiday decorations for the Fall/Winter
season that will bring sparkle to your child's eyes as well as
brighten your home. (PC)
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 10
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510603-A1 M
10/31-12/5 9:15A-9:45A
$34 $51
1 + 1 = More Fun (Ages 18 Months - 3)
Parent and child will be involved in a fun, structured learning
environment including art, games, songs, dramatic play and
more. Emphasis will be placed on fine and gross motor
development. A great time of learning with the support of
parents nearby! (PC) Class is with parent.
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 10
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510612-A1 M
10/31-12/5 10:00A-11:00A $50 $75
“Just for Fun” Sports for Tots
(Ages 18 Months - 3)
Simple sport games will help your child become familiar with
sports like soccer, basketball, t-ball and more. Children will be
introduced to a different sport each week. And it's all "Just for
Fun". (PC) Class is with Parent.
Location: CORE Gym 3
Min. 6/Max. 20
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510624-A1 M
10/31-12/5 11:30A-12:00P $34 $51
Gym & Me (Ages 15 Months - 3)
This adult/child early childhood class encourages participation
and interaction between parent and child. We'll have
supervised open gym and finish the class with parachute,
bubbles, stories and more. Grown-ups, come prepared to
play!!! (PC) Class is with Parent.
Location: North 1/2 of Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 18
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510615-A1 Tu
9/13-10/18 10:45A-11:15A $32 $48
ABC's and 123's (Ages 30 Months - 3)
An introduction to the ABC’s in the fall and 123’s in the winter
and shapes in the spring, will be presented through worksheets
and hands-on activities during circle time. This class will give
your child the experience of being by themselves in a
preschool setting. (PC)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 8/Max. 16
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510608-A1 W
9/7-12/7
9:15A-10:15A $95 $143
Note: Please bring a folder with your child’s name on it to class. We will be
compiling keepsake books at the end of the session. Toilet training is not
necessary. However, diapers/pull ups will NOT be changed during class if
they become soiled.
Tot Art (Ages 18 Months - 3)
Kids and parents create art projects together that follow weekly
themes. Explore with clay, watercolors, markers and other fun
art media. (PC) Class is with parent.
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 10
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510631-A1 W
9/7-10/12 10:30A-11:00A $34 $51
Let’s Get Messy (Ages 18 Months - 3)
Sensory Playtime is a fun way to learn. Come and experience
play through creative uses of various common items like paint,
pudding, playdoh and more. Please wear old clothes or a
cover-up t-shirt. It may get messy. (PC) Class is with parent.
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 10
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510640-A1 W
9/7-10/12 11:15A-11:45A $32 $48
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Early Childhood
Color My World (Ages 18 Months - 3)
Red, yellow, green and blue, let's discover the colors around
you in this early childhood class. Art, music, finger plays, and
the felt board will help us learn our colors. (PC)
Class is with Parent. Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 10
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510610-A1 W
10/19-11/30 10:30A-11:00A $34 $51
Finger Fun (Ages 18 Months - 3)
Enhance your child’s fine motor skill by doing activities that will
help to strengthen their hand coordination, such as rolling
play-doh, stringing beads, playing with blocks and more. (PC)
Class is with Parent. Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23
Location:ABC Room Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 10
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510632-A1 W
10/19-11/30 11:15A-11:45A $34 $51
Kids Connect!
(Ages 3 - 6 yrs)
Centennial - Hilltop Room
Kids
Connect
Students enrolled in the A.M.
Preschool Program that is
dismissed between 11 a.m.
and 12 p.m. AND are
Look for this sign next
registered for an afternoon
to class possibilities
program, may register for
Kids Connect. It is not necessary for parents to return
between classes. A qualified staff member will stay
with your child and escort them to their next program.
If your child will be staying for the supervised break,
they may bring a lunch and drink or small snack,
depending on the length of time between preschool
and the connecting program. Please note that lunches
will not be refrigerated.
Grandparents Are A Child's Best Friend
(Ages 1 - 5)
I’m Ready! (Ages 30 Months - 4)
Art, small and large group activities, dramatic play plus a lot
more fun will help get your child ready for their first preschool
experience. (PC) Class Will Not Meet On: 11/24
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 8/Max. 16
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510617-A1 Th
9/8-12/1
9:15A-10:30A
$135 $202
Note: Please bring a folder with your child’s name on it to class. Toilet
training is not necessary. However, diapers will NOT be changed during class
if they become soiled.
Discovery and Play (Ages 12 Months - 24 Months)
Enjoy a special time with your infant or toddler in "Discovery
and Play". Discovery and Play is an early childhood class
designed for parent and child to participate together in sensory,
language and fine and gross motor activities. Explore tunnels,
slides, balls and stairs. Class consists of circle time with age
appropriate concepts, stories, songs, instructed play and
special activities.(PC) Class is with parent.
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/24
Location: North 1/2 of Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 12
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510605-A1 Th
9/8-10/13
10:45A-11:30A $45 $68
510605-B1 Th
10/20-12/1 10:45A-11:30A $45 $68
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Grandparents play a special role in a child’s life. Your child and
their grandparent will spend special time together making a
craft, playing BINGO and making ice cream sundaes. Pictures
will be taken to commemorate their special evening celebrating
Grandparents Day. (PC)
Location: Quarry and Leisure @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 10/Max. 35
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
RES NR
560920-A1* Th
9/8
6:00P-7:00P
$10 $15
*Fee includes child and 2 grandparents
Extra Child
560920-A2
Th
9/8
6:00P-7:00P
$2
$3
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Ages 18 Months - 3)
Hot Dog! Join Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto
during a new adventure each week. Make crafts, sing, dance
and solve problems with the help of our pal Toodles! (PC)
Class is with Parent.
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 10
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
RES NR
510606-A1 F
9/9-10/14 10:45A-11:15A $32 $48
Wiggles and Giggles (Ages 15 Months - 3)
We'll be wiggling and giggling to lots of energetic music. No sitting in this class! (PC) Class is with parent.
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/25
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 10
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510614-A1
F
10/21-12/2 10:45A-11:15A $32 $48
Early Childhood
Math 4 Kids (Ages 4 - 5)
Math 4 Kids is a progressive program that
Kids
introduces
math in a fun way! Through
Connect
worksheets and hands on games, we will be
learning the common core state standards for
math. Math 4 Kids is a class of continual learning. In order for
your child to receive the full benefit, it is recommended that
you sign up for both sessions of Math 4 Kids. Sept-May.
Winter/Spring dates will be available to returning students is
December. This class moves at an accelerated rate so
children should have some basic understanding of number
recognition. (PC)
Class Will Not Meet On: 10/10
Location: Prairie Room @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 8/Max.18
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510627-A1 M
9/12-11/21 11:45A-12:30P $100 $150
KIDS CONNECT
510627-W1 M
9/12-11/21 11:00A-12:00P $20 $30
Note: Please bring a pocket folder with your child’s name on the front along
with a sharpened pencil to class each week.
Ready Set Read (Ages 4 - 5)
Ready, Set, READ! Is a progressive reading
Kids
Connect program that introduces letters in a fun and
exciting way! Through worksheets and practice
sessions, we will learn letter recognition and
sounds as we take a journey through reading. Ready, Set,
READ!, is a class of continual learning. In order for your child
to receive the full benefit and be able to experience the full
alphabet, it is recommended that you sign up for all sessions
of Ready, Set, READ! Sept-May. Winter/Spring dates will be
available to returning students in December. (PC)
Location: Prairie Room @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 12/Max. 18
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510604-A1 F
9/16-11/18 11:45A-12:30P $100 $150
KIDS CONNECT
510604-W1 F
9/16-11/18 11:00A-12:00P $20 $30
Note: Please bring a 2 pocket folder with your child's name on the front
along with a sharpened pencil to class each week.
Tiny Tiger Tae Kwon Do (Ages 31/2 - 5)
It’s never too early to offer your pre-school age child the
benefits of martial arts education. Tae Kwon Do above all else
builds focus and attention; confidence and discipline. TUSA
instructors guide your child through the fundamental physical
techniques in a fun and engaging class developed just for the
young child. Students receive a T-USA t-shirt and white belt.
(LH) Class Will Not Meet On: 10/31, 11/24
Location: TUSA Martial Arts, 1136 State Street, Lemont
Min. 1/Max. 20
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
FEE
510102-A1 M & W 9/5-10/12
4:00P-4:30P $105
510102-A2 M & W 10/17-11/30 4:00P-4:30P $105
510102-A3 Tu & Th 9/6-10/13
4:00P-4:30P $105
510102-A4 Tu & Th 10/18-12/1 4:00P-4:30P $105
Tot Rock (Ages 12 Months - 24 Months)
Sing, dance and play; make it a musical day! Your tot will
move to the beat while using rhythm instruments like hand
bells, tambourines, and maracas. Coordination and motor
skills will improve with movement props such as scarves,
ribbons, and parachute play. Tot Rock is a structured program
with educational, sensory and socialization components.
Children have been enjoying Tot Rock for over 21 years. Have
some fun today! www.rockitkids.com (PC)
Class is with Parent. Class Will Not Meet On: 11/22
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 4/Max. 12
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
RES NR
510641-A1 Tu
9/13-10/18 5:15P-5:55P
$55 $83
510641-B1 Tu
11/1-12/13 5:15P-5:55P
$55 $83
Kid Rock (Ages 20 Months - 5)
NEW AGES! SING familiar songs, DANCE to the beat, and
PLAY with musical instruments like maracas and tambourines!
Combining imaginative play with sensory activities and motor
skills using movement props like a parachute, scarves and
beanbags, Kid Rock has provided a creative and energetic
environment for children to socialize and learn in for over 21
years! Sing, dance and play our way! www.rockitkids.com
(PC) Class is with Parent. Class Will Not Meet On: 11/22
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 4/Max. 12
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
RES NR
510642-A1 Tu
9/13-10/18 6:00P-6:40P
$55 $83
510642-B1 Tu
11/1-12/13 6:00P-6:40P
$55 $83
Kid Rock II (Ages 3 - 5)
NEW AGES WITHOUT PARENTS! SING familiar
songs, DANCE to the beat, and PLAY with musical
instruments like maracas and tambourines! Combining
imaginative play with sensory activities and motor skills using
movement props like a parachute, scarves and beanbags, Kid
Rock has provided a creative and energetic environment for
children to socialize and learn in for over 21 years! Kid Rock is
a structured educational music program. Sing, dance and play
our way! www.rockitkids.com (PC)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/22
Location: ABC Rm. Downstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 4/Max. 12
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
RES NR
510643-A1 Tu
9/13-10/18 6:45P-7:25P
$55 $83
510643-B1 Tu
11/1-12/13 6:45P-7:25P
$55 $83
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Early Childhood & Youth
Kids In Motion...
Introduction to Tae Kwon Do Jr. Beginners
(Ages 6 - 11)
Junior Titans Fencing Club (Ages 8 - 18)
Learn the fundamental techniques of the Korean art of Tae
Kwon Do. Taught by T-USA’s master instructors, this class
introduces the student to introductory elements of this
internationally known martial art. This program also builds
focus, concentration, discipline and respect. Students will
receive a T-USA t-shirt and white belt. (LH)
Class Will Not Meet On: 10/31, 11/24
Location: T-USA Martial Arts, 1136 State Street, Lemont
Min. 1/Max. 15
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
FEE
510196-A1 M & W 9/5-10/12
4:30P-5:15P $105
510196-A2 M & W 10/7-11/30
4:30P-5:15P $105
510196-A3 Tu & Th 9/6-10/13
4:30P-5:15P $105
510196-A4 Tu & Th 10/18-12/1 4:30P-5:15P $105
The fencing program led by Fencing Master Marek P. Stepien
is dedicated to promoting the beautiful sport of fencing by making it accessible to children and young adults with the goal of
building character, self-discipline and sportsmanship. Safety is
paramount and will always be stressed through instruction and
the use of high quality weaponry. Fencing is an excellent mental exercise and increases focus and concentration as well as
improves strategic thinking and decision making skills. Fencing
enhances integrity, sportsmanship and the desire to excel.
Fencing offers unique excitement and challenge if one gives it
the chance! (TP)
Instructor: Fencing Master Marek Stepien (Former Polish National
Champion & Notre Dame Fencing Team Assistant Coach)
Class Will Not Meet On: 9/5, 10/7, 10/10; 10/31, 11/7, 11/11,
11/14, 11/21, 11/23, 11/25, 12/2, 12/5
Location: 1, 2, 3 Room @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 18
THREE DAYS A WEEK
CODE
AGE DAYS DATES
TIME
RES/NR
521106-A1 8-13 M,W,F 8/22-12/16 6:30P-8:30P $750
521106-A2 14-18 M,W,F 8/22-12/16 6:30P-8:30P $750
NOTE: Paid in (3) installments: $250 Initial Payment and 10/19 & 11/19
Fencing (Ages 5 - 14)
This class is for the student with little or no
experience in fencing. This sport develops agility,
strength, speed, cunning and best of all.....it is FUN!
Participants must wear comfortable workout clothes,
sweatpants required & gym shoes. (TP)
Instructor: Fencing Master Marek Stepien (Former Polish
National Champion & Notre Dame Fencing Team Assistant
Coach) Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23
Location: 1, 2, 3 Room @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 8/Max. 20
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
520124-A1 W
9/7-10/12
5:30P-6:30P $100 $144
520124-A2 W
10/26-12/7
5:30P-6:30P $100 $144
Note: ALL equipment is supplied.
Registration Available Online 8/13/16 for Club ONLY!
TWO DAYS A WEEK
CODE
AGE DAYS DATES
TIME
RES/NR
521107-A1 8-13 M & W 8/22-12/14 6:30P-8:30P $490
521107-A2 8-13 M & F 8/22-12/16 6:30P-8:30P $490
521107-A3 8-13 W & F 8/24-12/16 6:30P-8:30P $490
521107-B1 14-18 M & W 8/22-12/14 6:30P-8:30P $490
521107-B2 14-18 M & F 8/22-12/16 6:30P-8:30P $490
521107-B3 14-18 W & F 8/24-12/16 6:30P-8:30P $490
NOTE: Paid in (3) installments: $164 Initial Payment and $163 on 10/19
& 11/19
DAILY WALK-IN FEES - AGES 8-18 - MAX. 6 PER DAY
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES/NR
521108-M1
M
8/22-12/12
6:30P-8:30P $30
521108-W1 W
8/24-12/14
6:30P-8:30P $30
521108-F1
F
8/26-12/16
6:30P-8:30P $30
NOTE: Must register in person for daily walk-ins - online not available.
Additional fees for USA Membership ($75); you must purchase all fencing
equipment estimated amount $400/$450. Visit
www.absolutefencinggear.com. USA Membership includes insurance &
allows you to compete in tournaments for the year. Tournament fees
additional. Master Marek will register everyone & he will discuss further when
classes start and the process and the tournament fees. All competitions
are extra and a coaches fee is required. Out of state competitions are
available as well and coach’s expenses need to be covered. If you want
Coach Marek to coach, discuss with master Marek and make arrangements
on your own.
See Page 34 for
RTT Gymnastic Programs
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Kids Holiday Acvies & Youth Specialty Classes
Holiday Hoopla
(Ages 5 - 12)
Looking for something to do over Winter Break? Come and
have fun with us! Whoop it up at Holiday Hoopla! Each day has
great games, crafts, and sports. The last day of camp in 2016,
we will have a New Year's Eve bash to ring in the New Year!
(PC)
Location: CORE Full Party Room
Min. 10/Max. 75
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
520301-A1 M-F
12/26-12/30 9:00A-4:00P $160 $200
520301-B1 M-F
1/2-1/6
9:00A-4:00P $160 $200
Before Care
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES
520301-X1 M-F
12/26-12/30 7:30A-9:00A $30
520301-Y1 M-F
1/2-1/6
7:30A-9:00A $30
Note: All participants must bring a lunch, swim suit and towel daily.
NR
$45
$45
Registration for
Spring 2017
Baseball and Softball
begins in November 2016!
Recreational Leagues
for Boys and Girls
Ages 4 to 18
Register at www.lemontbsc.org
beginning in November!
All Star Holiday Sports Camp (Ages 4 - 9)
Abracadabra Magic Class (Ages 5 - 12)
Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn a
collection of fascinating tricks from the "Magic Team of Gary
Kantor"! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve
cards, ropes, coins, mind-reading, and more. While the tricks
may appear difficult, you'll discover that they are quick to learn
and easy to perform. Additionally, you can sign up for this
class again and again since brand new tricks are always taught
at each session! Each child gets to take a magic kit home with
them. (LH)
Location: Arts & Crafts Room @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 5/Max. 35
CODE
DAYS
DATES TIME
RES NR
520985-A1 F
10/7
5:00P-5:55P $20
$30
520985-A2 F
12/2
6:45P-7:40P $20
$30
This camp is for someone who wants to try it all. Sports like
soccer, basketball, hockey, football and baseball will be taught.
The main focal point of this camp is teamwork and
sportsmanship. Each sport is covered in a way so that every
participant can contribute to his or her team’s success. This
camp is not about winning or losing, it’s about having FUN and
learning. (TP)
All Star Sports Instruction: Coach Josh (a.k.a. Coach Bubba)
Location: CORE Gym 2
Min. 6/Max. 24
CODE
AGE DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
510114-A1 4-6 M-W 11/21-11/23 10:00A-12:00P $65 $98
510114-A2 7-9 M-W 11/21-11/23 12:00P-2:00P $65 $98
510114-A3 4-6 W-F 12/28-12/30 10:00A-12:00P $65 $98
510114-A4 7-9 W-F 12/28-12/30 12:00P-2:00P $65 $98
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Youth Specialty Classes
Beginning Voice Class (Ages 6 - 13)
If your child is a fan of shows like "The Voice" or if they haven't
stopped singing every song from the movie "Frozen" (word-forword and with the same exact movements of the movie
characters) then this class is the perfect choice for you!
Children will learn ways to improve posture, breathing and
tone, singing songs they already know and learning new
pieces from around the world. Watch your child's confidence
soar in this fun and non-threatening class with friends. Session
concludes with a small performance for parents. (LH)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/26, 12/24, 12/31
Location: Allegro Music & Dance Academy, 315 Canal St.
Min. 2/Max. 15
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
FEE
520998-A1 6-9
Sa 9/24-1/28 10:30A-11:00A $240
520998-A2 10-13 Sa 9/24-1/28 12:00P-12:30P $240
Checkmate Chess
(Ages 5 - 13)
Develop your child's intellect
through the royal game of chess!
Current research has shown a
strong link between chess and
academic performance in a variety
of areas, including mathematics
and language arts. Also, chess has
been proved to enhance children's
motivation, concentration, focus,
social skills, and creativity. Learn
how to win at chess! No previous
knowledge of chess is necessary.
Each class will consist of a fun
interactive teaching period and guided practice time. Due to
the small size of the group, each child will receive plenty of
personalized attention. Both new and returning participants are
welcome and will get to the next level under the guidance of an
experienced Chess Scholars coach. There will also be a chess
competition with prizes! (LH)
Location: ABC Rm. Upstairs @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 4/Max. 15
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
RES NR
520953-A1 W
9/14-10/19 6:00P-7:00P $90 $130
Sing & Stomp (Ages 18 Months - 3)
Wild Night Out (Ages 4 - 10)
Kids, need a break from your parents? Send them
out on a date and come to Lyman Woods for a wild
Saturday night! We will begin by cooking dinner
around the campfire, and then hit the trails to explore
the woods at night. Search the woods for nocturnal animals
and search the skies for the stars and planets! We’ll end the
evening with an indoor project and a bedtime snack. Lyman
Woods is less than one mile from Yorktown mall, restaurants
and cinema! (LH)
Location: William F. Sherman Interpretative Center at
Lyman Woods in Downers Grove
Min. 1/Max. 6
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
FEE
520890-A1 Sa
9/10
6:00P-9:00P $18
520890-A2 Sa
10/22
6:00P-9:00P $18
520890-A3 Sa
11/19
6:00P-9:00P $18
520890-A4 Sa
12/17
6:00P-9:00P $18
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This energetic class teaches beginning music and movement
with hands-on materials. Instruments for tiny hands and an
exciting new cultural theme each month that influences the
songs and moves. Each class uses props, games and your
child’s imagination to help them develop rhythm, musicality
and physical coordination. (LH)
Class is with parent! Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23, 11/24,
12/21, 12/22, 12/28, 12/29
Location: Allegro Music & Dance Academy, 315 Canal St.
Min. 1/Max. 20
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
FEE
522978-A1 W
9/21-1/25 9:30A-10:00A $135
522978-A2 Th
9/22-1/26 4:30P-5:00P $135
Teens
Star Party (Ages 7 - 12)
Galactic party time! Ever wonder what’s in the
summer night sky? Check it out through our
telescope! Take a tour of the night sky to find constellations,
planets, and star clusters, and make a sky map to take home.
End the evening around the campfire listening to constellation
tales while making s’mores! (LH)
Location: William F. Sherman Interpretative Center at
Lyman Woods in Downers Grove
Min. `/Max. 6
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
521390-A1 Sa
10/1
7:00P-9:00P
$10
Introduction to Tae Kwon Do (Ages 12+)
Learn the fundamental techniques of the Korean art of Tae
Kwon Do. Taught by T-USA’s master instructors, this class
introduces the student to introductory elements of this
internationally known martial art. This program also builds
focus, concentration, discipline and respect. Students will
receive a T-USA t-shirt and white belt. (LH)
Class Will Not Meet On: 10/31, 11/24
Location: T-USA Martial Arts, 1136 State Street, Lemont
Min. 1/Max. 15
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
FEE
510147-A1 M & W 9/5-10/12
6:45P-7:45P
$105
510147-A2 M & W 10/17-11/30 6:45P-7:45P
$105
510147-A3 Tu & Th 9/6-10/13
6:45P-7:45P
$105
510147-A4 Tu & Th 10/18-12/1 6:45P-7:45P
$105
Friday Night Live
(Ages 10 - 14)
Can you cha-cha? Electric Slide? Whip & Nae
Nae? Join us for our teen dances that include a
DJ, dancing, concessions & FUN! Friday Night Live is the place
to be! (LH)
Location: Keepataw Rooms A & B @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 20/Max. 50
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES
NR
531396-A1 F
9/23
6:30P-9:00P
$1
$3
531396-A2 F
11/4
6:30P-9:00P
$1
$3
531396-A3 F
12/16
6:30P-9:00P
$1
$3
Dodgeball and Pizza (Ages 9 - 14)
Put on that sweatband & gym shoes cause we're playing
dodgeball! After the big games, we will have a pizza dinner! So
come out and show us what you got! (LH)
Location: CORE Gym
Min. 5/Max. 50
CODE
DAYS
DATES TIME
RES NR
521303-A1
Tu
10/18
6:00P-8:00P FREE $2
521303-A2
M
12/19
6:00P-8:00P FREE $2
ROCK PIT SKATE PARK
This FREE one-of-a-kind skate park
located in Centennial Park is
open from dawn to dusk.
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Adults
Adults
Weight Management 101 (Ages 18 +)
This class will discuss common weight loss roadblocks while providing suggestions to achieve and
maintain a healthy weight.
Location: CORE Full Party Room @ CORE
Min. 4/Max. 12
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
540892-A1 Tu
9/20-10/11 6:30P-7:30P $77 $96
540892-A2 Tu
11/1-11/22 6:30P-7:30P $77 $96
Dog Obedience (Ages 16+)
Learn how to achieve a strong, positive relationship with your
dog. Diane Delaney, certified dog trainer of animal behavior
college, teaches dog owners the basics of obedience training,
teaching good manners and solving problem behaviors such as
house breaking, biting, chewing, jumping and barking. Dogs
must be on their leash at all times. (LH)
Location: Tennis Courts @ Centennial Park
Min. 3/Max. 6
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
540906-A1
W
9/7-10/12 6:00P-7:00P $90
$130
Crockpot Cooking (Ages 18+)
We will prepare a dinner for you to bring home and
will teach you the creative dinners that your family
will love using a crock pot. Please bring three one-gallon zip
lock bags to class. Everything we make in class you will be
bring home with you. (PC)
Location: Concession Area @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 4/Max. 20
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RES NR
540404-A1 Sa
9/17
9:00A-10:00A $38 $57
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Making Class
(Ages 18 +)
Diane from Diane's Place will teach you how to make
the perfect cabbage rolls. Diane will teach you step by step on
what to do and everything you make you get to bring home.
Diane will bring all the ingredients, all you need to do is sign up
for the class and we will teach you the rest. Please bring a
container to class with you. (PC)
Location: Concession Area @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 4/Max. 10
CODE
DAY
DATE TIME
RES
NR
540405-A1
Sa
9/24
9:00A-10:00A $29
$44
Beeswax Candle Making (Ages 16 +)
The possibilities are endless when it comes to
beeswax candles! Find out how to refine beeswax
from the hive and how to prepare it for candle making. Try your
hand at designing candles from this clean, non-toxic product.
Leave with your own hand rolled candle and supplies to make
your own votive candle at home. (LH)
Location: Lyman woods Forest Preserve in Downers Grove
Min. 1Max. 6
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
540999-A1 Th
11/3
7:00P-9:00P $20
Holiday Cookie Making Class (Ages 18 +)
Diane from Diane’s place will teach you the basics of making
holiday cookies. No stress for the holidays. Please bring a
rolling pin and container to class. (PC)
Location: Concession Area @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 4/Max. 20
CODE
DAYS
DATE
TIME
RES NR
540403-A1 Sa
11/12
9:00A-10:00A $29 $44
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Veteran’s Luncheon (Ages 18 +)
The Lemont Park District would like to invite all active and
retired military personnel and a guest to our Veterans Day
luncheon. Please join us for lunch, a guest speaker, recognition
of our Veterans and active military personnel, music and much
more. Lunch will be served for the men and women of our
Nations Armed Forces, past, present and their guest. Those in
attendance will have an opportunity to register for the Lemont
Park District Veterans honor Roll. All attendees must be
registered for this event. (PC)
Location: CORE Gym 1
Min. 10/Max. 100
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
551302-A1 F
11/11
12:00P-2:00P FREE
Wine & Canvas (Ages 21 +)
Join L' Arte e Vita for a unique and different night out! The
professional artist will help guide you in creating a fun and
wonderful piece of art that you can be proud to hang on your
wall. We provide you with all art supplies; all you have to do is
bring yourself, loved ones, libations and snacks. (LH)
Location: L’Arte e Vita, 115 Stephen St., Lemont
Min. 1/Max. 15
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
540912-A1 Sa
9/17
6:30P-9:30P
$28
540912-A2 Sa
10/15
6:30P-9:30P
$28
540912-A3 F
11/18
6:30P-9:30P
$28
Wine Glass Painting (Ages 21 +)
Enjoy time with your friends and loved ones while creating
amazing wine glass art! An instructor will be there to guide you
and answer your questions. You are given two large stem wine
glasses, images to choose from and supplies. You may
purchase additional glasses to paint at the event. You may
bring your libations and small bites, the rest is provided. (LH)
Location: L’Arte e Vita, 115 Stephen St., Lemont
Min. 1/Max. 15
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
540913-A1 Su
9/18
4:00P-7:00P
$28
540913-A2 F
10/14
6:30P-9:30P
$28
540913-A3 F
12/30
6:30P-9:30P
$28
Family Open Paint (Ages 4 +)
An artist will be on hand to help everyone with basic art
information and needs. Price includes all art supplies and
8x10 inch canvas that you take home. It is an open studio time,
each artist will work at their own pace with an image of their
choice. (LH)
Location: L’Arte e Vita, 115 Stephen St., Lemont
Min. 1Max. 25
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
560922-A1 Su
9/11
11:00A-2:30P
$9
560922-A2 Su
9/25
11:00A-2:30P
$9
560922-A3 Su
10/9
11:00A-2:30P
$9
560922-A4 Su
10/23
11:00A-2:30P
$9
560922-A5 Su
11/13
11:00A-2:30P
$9
NOTE: Price is per person for all ages 4 and over. Children under 4 are not
allowed at the event.
Seniors
Glass Pumpkin Festival (Ages 55 +)
Explore a dazzling collection of 4,000 hand-blown
glass pumpkins and other autumnal designs in
mesmerizing colors, shapes, and sizes. Includes
transportation and admission to the Morton Arboretum. Lunch
is on your own. (LH)
Location: Meet in CORE Lobby
Min. 6/Max. 14
CODE
DAYS DATE
TIME
RES NR
551597-A1 W
10/12
10:00A-5:00P $25 $35
The Little Mermaid (Ages 55 +)
Soup “R” Supper Club (Ages 55 +)
Let’s grab a bite! Join us as we visit popular local restaurants
together and leave the driving to us! Get a group of friends for
an enjoyable lunch or early dinner. Bon Appetite! (LH)
Location: Meet in CORE Lobby
Min. 6/Max. 14
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
515222-A1 F
9/16
3:30P-6:30P
$5
$7
515222-A2 F
10/7
3:30P-6:30P
$5
$7
Note: Cost of meal and gratuity is on your own. A1 is The Original
Pancake House in Oak Lawn; A2 is McWethy’s Tavern in Romeoville
Lunch Bunch (Ages 55 +)
Join us for a trip to lunch! We will take care of the driving; you
bring the fun! We will head to restaurants, selected by you,
and visit once a month! Bring your friends! Cost of meal and
gratuity is on your own. (LH)
Location: Meet in CORE Lobby
Min. 6/Max. 14
CODE
DAY
DATES TIME
RES NR
551506-A1 W
9/21
11:00A-1:30P $5
$7
551506-A2 W
11/2
11:00A-1:30P $5
$7
Note: A1 is Gung Ho in Woodridge; A2 is Cafe Romeo in Romeoville
Mamma Mia! (Ages 55 +)
This is a story of love and friendship, of lost dreams
and that last chance to make it all right. It’s one hit
song after another that will have you mouthing the words,
dancing in your seats and touching your heart. Experience the
musical that is an international phenomenon, experience
Mamma Mia! We will stop for lunch at Two Brothers before the
show. Cost includes transportation and ticket. (LH)
Location: Meet in CORE Lobby
Min. 6/Max. 14
CODE
DAYS DATE TIME
RES NR
513202-A1 W
9/14
10:30A-4:30P $55
$65
Oktoberfest at Starved Rock (Ages 55 +)
A Celebration of Germany! Food, Beer, Wine and
Music. Join the fun! Sample German Wine and
Beer. Enjoy a buffet of German foods and listen to authentic
German music (LH)
Location: Meet in CORE Lobby
Min. 6/Max. 28
CODE
DAYS DATE TIME
RES NR
551599-A1 M
9/26
9:00A-4:00P
$65
$75
The blockbuster Disney movie comes to life in this
awe-inspiring Paramount production that is perfect
for the young at heart. This is the kind of production that has
the Paramount creative team chomping at the bit. Price
includes ticket & transportation. We will stop for lunch on the
way. (LH)
Location: Meet in CORE Lobby
Min. 6/Max. 14
CODE
DAYS DATE
TIME
RES NR
513203-A1 W
12/7
10:30A-4:30P $55 $65
Note: Lunch is on your own. Cost includes transportation and admission to
the show.
SportsKids Adult Archery (Ages 55 +)
Archery can be practiced by virtually anyone
regardless of age, gender, skill ability or experience.
Instructors will teach the correct way to shoot a bow and arrow
as well as emphasize safety and the techniques of archery
through practice shooting and exciting games. Archery helps
to challenge the mind, build upper body strength, enhance
hand-eye coordination, and get exercise through walking. All
equipment will be provided; however, you may use your own
equipment with instructor approval. (TP)
Location: Small Grove at Centennial Park
Min. 6/Max. 20
CODE
DAYS DATES TIME
RES NR
550101-A1 Tu
9/6-10/11 3:30P-4:15P
$45 $55
Senior Holiday Party (Ages 55 +)
Come join the fun at the Lemont Park District's Senior Holiday
luncheon. Enjoy your favorite Christmas music, a catered
lunch and bingo to follow. (LH)
Location: CORE Gym
Min. 100/Max. 250
CODE
DAYS DATE
TIME
RES NR
551303-A1 Tu
12/13
11:30A-1:30P FREE $8
TRIP REFUND INFORMATION
Trips require early reservations or advanced ticket
purchase. Refunds wil not be given for
cancellations with less than two weeks notice.
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Seniors
Senior Focus Group Meeting
August 18th ~ 10 a.m.
CORE Covington Room
We will be planning for programs and trips for
seniors for our Winter/Spring season, which will run
from January to May. Please bring suggestions and ideas
for these months. This is an open forum and we invite
any and all adults ages 55 years and up to join us.
Refreshments will be provided. (LH)
Pinochle Open Play on Tuesdays
12 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Lions Room
at the Centennial Community Center.
No pinochle on 11/8/16.
Bridge Open Play on Thursdays
12 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Lions Room
at the Centennial Community Center.
Useful Information for Lemont Seniors
Lemont Township Administrative Office - 630-257-2522
1115 Warner Ave, Lemont, IL - www.lemonttownship.org
Offering senior citizen services including processing applications for
reduced fare RTA passes, voter registration, Central Bark Dog Park
Registration, sale of Unincorporated Cook County Vehicle Stickers,
and sale of WM yard waste stickers for Unincorporated Cook County.
Pace Dial-A-Ride - The Lemont rides can be scheduled up to one week in
advance. Fares for seniors, handicapped individuals and students 7-18
yrs. is $1, adults $2. Fares are each way. FREE rides available on
Monday & Saturday.
Medvan - Transportation service for Lemont Residents for medical appts.
outside of Lemont. Reservations should be made at least 48 hours in
advance.
Assessor’s Office - Assistance in filing for Homeowner’s Exemptions,
Senior Homestead Exemptions, Tax Freeze applications and tax bill
changes.
Human Services Dept. - Certify residents for food pantry assistance,
emergency financial assistance, guide to available resources & referrals,
Rules of the Road classes, AARP Safe Driver courses, IHEAP
appointments, Benefits Access (formerly Circuit Breaker) for license
plate discount and ride free transit benefit,and scheduling of Medvan
transportation.
Lemont Township Community Center - 630-257-0515
16300 Alba, Lemont, IL
Lemont Cafe - CNNSSA provides lunch Monday-Friday at 11:30 a.m.
The cost is $3 for a hot lunch, $3.50 for the salad bar. No person is
refused for inability to pay. Reservations are requested a day in advance.
Must be 60 years or older. Bingo is played after lunch on Monday,
Wednesday & Friday. Other special events are offered as well. For
information or a reservation call 630-257-0515. For the “Meals on
Wheels” home delivered meal program, please contact PLOWS Council
on Aging at 708-361-0219.
Lemont Township Senior Association - Meets the first Monday of every
month at 2 p.m. to discuss upcoming senior events, parties, trips, etc.
Lemont S.A.L.T. (Seniors And Law Enforcement Together) - Monthly
meetings with various speakers held at the Lemont Police Dept.,
14600 127th Street, Lemont. The focus is on crime prevention, advocacy
and awareness on issues relevant to the older individual. Residents and
non-residents who are 50+ years old are encouraged and welcome to
attend. Membership is FREE. Lemont S.A.L.T. hosts an annual indoor
picnic and a holiday buffet. Call 630-257-2522 x 24 with any questions
or to receive information on upcoming speakers and meeting dates
Specialty Fitness Classes
TRX Suspension Training (Ages 16 +)
Body Flex Yoga (Ages 16 +)
This unique program leverages your body weight against
gravity using the TRX Suspension Trainer. Improve strength,
balance, flexibility and core stability all while engaging all your
muscles with this nonstop total body workout. (JS)
Location: CORE Trackside Room
Min. 3/Max. 5
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
540851-A1 Tu
9/13-10/18 7:15P-8:00P $80 $100
540851-A2 Tu
11/8-12/13
7:15P-8:00P $80 $100
NOTE: Punchcards cannot be used for this class.
Achieve strength and flexibility as well as weight loss through
basic yoga postures with deep prana breathing. In this class
you will begin with yoga poses or postures, each of which has
specific physical benefits and end with a Guided Meditation
and Chakra balancing. All levels welcome! (JS)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/25
Location: CORE Kensington Room
Min. 5/Max. 25
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
540854-A1 M & W 9/12-10/19 6:45P-7:45P
$66
$82
540854-B1 M & W 11/7-12/14 6:45P-7:45P
$66
$82
Zumba Gold (Ages 55 +)
The easy-to-follow program that lets you move to the beat at
your own speed. It's an invigorating, community-oriented
dance-fitness class that feels fresh, and exhilarating! Zumba
Gold® provides modified, low-impact moves and easy-to-follow
pacing for a healthy, active lifestyle! (JS)
Location: CORE Studio B
Min. 5/Max. 25
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
550831-A1 T
9/13-10/18 10:00A-11:00A $33
$41
550831-B1 T
11/8-12/13 10:15A-11:15A $33
$41
Team Weight Loss Challenge (Ages 18+)
This fun and challenging 8-week program will meet twice a
week with a certified personal trainer and will help you lose
weight and get healthy. Workouts will consist of strength
training, cardio and core work. Your trainer, along with your
teammates, will help you reach your fitness goals. To win this
competition your team has to have the highest percent of body
weight loss. (JS)
Location: CORE Gym 1
Min. 8/Max. 20
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
560802-A1 M & W 9/26-11/16 8:30A-9:30A $210 $260
560802-A2 Tu & Th 9/27-11/17 6:00P-7:00P $210 $260
NOTE: Punchcards cannot be used for this class.
Chair Yoga (Ages 55 +)
Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting in a
chair or standing using a chair for support. Chair support is
offered to safely perform a variety of seated and standing
postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of
movement. This class is designed for ages 55 and older or
anyone that needs to improve balance, range of motion,
strength or flexibility. Class Will Not Meet On: 11/25
Location: Keepataw Rms A & B @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 5/Max. 25
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
550804-A1 F
9/16-10/21 9:15A-10:15A $33 $41
550804-A2 F
11/11-12/23 9:15A-10:15A $33 $41
Golden Age Yoga (Ages 55 +)
The many benefits of yoga include improved balance and
flexibility, lower blood pressure, improved strength and energy.
This class is designed for those 55 and older. Chairs will be
provided but participants will also complete postures from the
floor. Please bring a yoga sticky mat. (JS)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/25
Location: Keepataw Rms A & B @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 5/Max. 25
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
550803-A1 Tu & F 9/13-10/21 8:00A-9:00A
$66
$82
550803-B1 Tu & F 11/8-12/20 8:00A-9:00A
$66
$82
Yoga Burn (Ages 16 +)
Moving slowly from one pose to another, finding the benefit not
only from the poses, but from the transition. Building more
muscle throughout the range of motion, as well as when we
hold the poses, building strength and challenging our body,
mind and spirit. Slowing down your practice slows down the
mind. Achieving a calm mind and strong body. (JS)
Location: CORE Studio B
Min. 6/Max.18
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
560867-A1 Th
9/15-10/20 6:00P-7:00P $50 $62
560867-A2 Th
11/10-12/15 6:00P-7:00P $50 $62
NOTE: Punchcards cannot be used for this class.
Candlelight Yoga (Ages 16 +)
Escape from your day and enjoy the tranquility of Candlelight
Yoga. Gentle stretches, movement and restorative poses
focusing on deep relaxation bringing us to a place of release,
surrender and calm. Ending with an extended guided
meditation to prepare you for a good nights sleep. (JS)
Location: CORE Kensington Room
Min. 6/Max.18
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
540865-A1 Tu
9/13-10/18 8:00P-9:00P $50 $62
540865-A2 Tu
11/8-12/13 8:00P-9:00P $50 $62
NOTE: Punchcards cannot be used for this class.
Mindfulness Meditation (Ages 16 +)
Create inner peace in your life. Train your mind, like you train
your body, for the perfect antidote to stress. Learn and practice
centuries-old meditation techniques and stress-buster
breathing exercises to relax, reduce anxiety, and increase your
overall sense of well-being. Practicing meditation on a daily
basis will help you manage stress, reduce anxiety, enhance
your sleep patterns, lower blood pressure, strengthen your
immunity and create a sense of well-being & inner peace. (JS)
Location: CORE Kensington Room
Min. 4/Max.15
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
540891-A1 Th
9/22-10/13 12:15P-1:05P $77 $96
NOTE: Punchcards cannot be used for this class.
Home Front Health
Home Front Health is a
Partnership between the Lemont
Park District and SEASPAR for
disabled veterans (minimum 10%
SEASPAR and
rating). The program includes free
Lemont Park District
fitness memberships, personal training
and social events for veterans who qualify Limited spaces are
available each year. For full information, please contact
Greg Pavesich at SEASPAR at 630-960-7600.
Aquacs
Swim Lessons at The CORE (Ages 6 - 12)
Level 1 - Min. 4/Max. 6 - Level 1 focuses on the basics of independent
swimming from parents, but children are still dependent on instructor for
assistance. Skills being worked on are floats, rockets, kick boarding, front
and back crawl and much more. (CA)
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
CODE
521401-A5
M&W
9/7-9/28
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
521401-A7
M&W
10/3-10/26
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521401-B5
M&W
11/2-11/23
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
521401-B7
M&W
11/28-12/21 5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521401-C4
F
9/9-10/28
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
521401-C5
F
9/9-10/28
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521401-C6
F
11/4-12/23
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
521401-C7
F
11/4-12/23
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521401-E1
Sa
9/10-10/29
9:00A-9:35A
$52 $78
521401-E2
Sa
9/10-10/29
9:45A-10:20A
$52 $78
521401-E3
Sa
11/5-12/17
9:00A-9:35A
$45 $68
521401-E4
Sa
11/5-12/17
9:45A-10:20A
$45 $68
Level 2 - Min. 4/Max. 6 - Level 2 participants review skills learned in level
1 and are able to perform them with minimal assistance from the instructor.
New skills learned are backstroke and freestyle without assistance along with
other skills that are new, but similar to level 1. (CA)
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
CODE
521402-A5
M & W 9/7-9/28
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
521402-A7
M & W 10/3-10/26
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521402-B5
M & W 11/2-11/23
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
521402-B7
M & W 11/28-12/21 5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521402-C4
F
9/9-10/28
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
521402-C5
F
9/9-10/28
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521402-C6
F
11/4-12/23
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
521402-C7
F
11/4-12/23
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521402-E1
Sa
9/10-10/29
9:00A-9:35A
$52 $78
521402-E2
Sa
9/10-10/29
9;45A-10:20A
$52 $78
521402-E3
Sa
11/5-12/17
9:00A-9:35A
$45 $68
521402-E4
Sa
11/5-12/17
9:45A-10:20A
$45 $68
Level 3 - Min. 4/Max.6 - Participants in Level 3 review skills from
previous levels along with learning new skills and being independent from
instructor. New skills learned include side breathing, breaststroke and
elementary backstroke. (CA)
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
521403-A5
M & W 9/7-9/28
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
521403-A7
M & W 10/3-10/26
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521403-B5
M & W 11/2-11/23
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
521403-B7
M & W 11/28-12/21
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521403-C4
F
9/9-10/28
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
521403-C5
F
9/9-10/28
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521403-C6
F
11/4-12/23
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
521403-C7
F
11/4-12/23
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
521403-E1
Sa
9/10-10/29
9:00A-9:35A
$52 $78
521403-E2
Sa
9/10-10/29
9:45A-10:20A
$52 $78
521403-E3
Sa
11/5-12/17
9:00A-9:35P
$45 $68
521403-E4
Sa
11/5-12/17
9:45A-10:20A
$45 $68
Level 4 - Min. 4/Max. 6 - Participants review previous skills and build
endurance by swimming the length of the pool by themselves with instructor
supervision. New skills introduced are butterfly, open turn and flip turns. (CA)
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
521404-A4
M & W 9/7-9/28
5:30P-6:05P
$45
$68
521404-A5
M & W 10/3-10/26 5:30P-6:05P
$52
$78
521404-B4
M & W 11/2-11/23 5:30P-6:05P
$45
$68
521404-B5
M & W 11/28-12/21 5:30P-6:05P
$52
$78
521404-C4
F
9/9-10/28
5:30P-6:05P
$52
$78
521404-C5
F
11/4-12/23 5:30P-6:05P
$52
$78
521404-E3
Sa
9/10-10/29 10:30A-11:05A
$52
$78
521404-D5
Sa
11/5-12/17 10:30A-11:05A
$45
$68
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Level 5 - Min. 4/Max. 6 - Participants in level 5 will review skills from
previous levels and begin swimming up to one lap (2 lengths) nonstop while
developing endurance and stroke skill. New skills introduced are circle
swimming along with perfection on open and flip turns. (CA)
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
CODE
521405-A4
M & W 9/7-9/28
6:15P-6:50P
$45
$68
521405-A5
M & W 10/3-10/26 6:15P-6:50P
$52
$78
521405-B4
M & W 11/2-11/23 6:15P-6:50P
$45
$68
521405-B5
M & W 11/28-12/21 6:15P-6:50P
$52
$78
521405-C4
F
9/9-10/28
6:15P-6:50P
$52
$78
521405-C5
F
11/4-12/23 6:15P-6:50P
$52
$78
521405-E3
Sa
9/10-10/29 10:30A-11:05A
$52
$78
521405-E4
Sa
11/5-12/17 10:30A-11:05A
$45
$68
Level 6 - Min. 4/Max. 6 - Participants in level 6 will review and practice
stroke skills such as freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly under
instructor supervision and instruction. Level 6 is focused on fine tuning
individuals’ stroke skills; these swimmers must be independent with each
stroke. (CA)
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
521406-A4
M & W 9/7-9/28
6:15P-6:50P
$45
$68
521406-A5
M & W 10/3-10/26 6:15P-6:50P
$52
$78
521406-B4
M & W 11/2-11/23 6:15P-6:50P
$45
$68
521406-B5
M & W 11/28-12/21 6:15P-6:50P
$52
$78
521406-C4
F
9/9-10/28
6:15P-6:50P
$52
$78
521406-C5
F
11/4-12/23 6:15P-6:50P
$52
$78
521406-E3
Sa
9/10-10/29 10:30A-11:05A
$52
$78
521406-E4
Sa
11/5-12/17 10:30A-11:05A
$45
$68
Lemont Dolphins Swim Team
(Ages 6 - 18)
The Lemont Dolphins Swim Team is a competitive swim program dedicated
to teaching youth to swim and develop skills for competition on the local and
regional level. The Dolphins are committed to supporting all swimmers at
every level of competition, from dual meets to championship level
competitions. The team is open to anyone ages 6-18 who can swim at least
three lengths of the pool or 75 meters. Once the season begins, the coaching
staff will decide group placement based on the swimmer’s age and swimming
ability. Dolphin team members will be instructed on proper strokes,
mechanics, nutrition and best training practices. Please contact Christine
Aguirre at [email protected] or your current Dolphins
Swim Coaches for which division your swimmer will be in. (CA)
Location: CORE Pool
Min. 20 /Max. 100
CODE
DIVISION DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
520201-A1 Bronze
M-F
9/6-2/17
5:00P-6:00P $510 $560
520201-A2 Silver
M-F
9/6-2/17
6:00P-7:00P $510 $560
520201-A3 Gold
M-F
9/6-2/17
6:30P-7:45P $530 $580
520201-A4 Junior
M-F
9/6-2/17
7:45P-9:00P $530 $580
520201-A5 Senior
M-F
9/6-2/17
7:00P-9:00P $550 $600
520201-A6 H.S.Rate M-F
Varies
Varies
$250 $310
PARENT MEETING: Will be held in CORE Gym 1 on September 21, 2016,
from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
DISCOUNT: $40 discount for second paying family member for Lemont
Dolphins Swim Team.
NOTE: Payment Plan will be available for full season participants with four
equal installment payments. (Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.) There will also be a
Volunteer Fee of $100 per family if volunteer commitment is not met.
Aquacs
Parent & Child Aquatics (Ages 6 Months - 3) ~ Min. 3/Max. 5
This program builds basic water safety for both parents and children. It helps
infants and younger children ages six months to three years old become
comfortable in the water so they are willing and ready to learn to swim. These
basic skills include adjusting to the water environment, showing
comfort while maintaining a front or back position in the water and
demonstrating breath control, including blowing bubbles or voluntarily
submerging under water. (CA)
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
511401-A2 M & W 9/7-9/28
5:00P-5:30P
$38 $57
511401-A3 M & W 10/3-10/26 5:00P-5:30P
$44 $66
511401-B2 M & W 11/2-11/23
5:00P-5:30P
$44 $66
511401-B3 M & W 11/28-12/21 5:00P-5:30P
$44 $66
511401-E1 Sa
9/10-10/29 10:30A-11:00A $44 $66
511401-E2 Sa
11/5-12/17
10:30A-11:00A $38 $57
Preschool Aquatics 1 (Ages 3 - 5) ~ Min. 5/Max. 10
Preschool participants focus on hands on skills to adapt children to being
without their parent/guardian for learn to swim classes to follow. Skills
Included are floating, kick boarding, and learning freestyle (front crawl). Kids
will learn more independence and become more comfortable being in the
pool with an instructor. (CA)
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
CODE
511402-A2 M & W 9/7-9/28
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
511402-A3 M & W 10/3 10/26
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
511402-B2 M & W 11/2-11/23
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
511402-B3 M & W 11/28-12/21 5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
511402-C2 F
9/9-10/28
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
511402-C3 F
9/9-10/28
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
511402-F1 F
11/4-12/23
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
511402-F2 F
11/4-12/23
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
511402-G1 Sa
9/10-10/29 9:00A-9:35A
$52 $78
511402-G2 Sa
9/10-10/29 9:45A-10:20A $52 $78
511402-H1 Sa
11/5-12/17
9:00A-9:35A
$45 $68
511402-H2 Sa
11/5-12/17
9:45A-10:20A $45 $68
Preschool Aquatics 2 (Ages 3 - 5) ~ Min. 5/Max. 10
Participants focus on gaining and refining more age appropriate swimming
skills such as floating, kicking, and arm movements on their front and back.
Participants will be more comfortable in the water and will work on moving
through the water for 15 yards unassisted all while learning about water
safety and having FUN! (CA)
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
511403-A1 M & W 9/7-9/28
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
511403-A2 M & W 10/3 10/26
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
511403-B1 M & W 11/2-11/23
5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
511403-B2 M & W 11/28-12/21 5:30P-6:05P
$45 $68
511403-C1 F
9/9-10/28
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
511403-C2 F
9/9-10/28
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
511403-F1 F
11/4-12/23
4:45P-5:20P
$52 $78
511403-F2 F
11/4-12/23
5:30P-6:05P
$52 $78
511403-G1 Sa
9/10-10/29 9:00A-9:35A
$52 $78
511403-G2 Sa
9/10-10/29 9:45A-10:20A $52 $78
511403-H1 Sa
11/5-12/17
9:00A-9:35A
$45 $68
511403-H2 Sa
11/5-12/17
9:45A-10:20A $45 $68
Aqua Jogging Club (Ages 16 +)
This program is water jogging from the shallow wall to the deep wall counting
lengths. Music will provide high intensity, moderate, and recovery intervals.
Great for cross-training with no impact on the joints. Times and lengths will
be recorded. Flotation belts provided. (CA)
Location: CORE Pool
Min. 5/Max. 30
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES
NR
540206-B1
Su
9/11-10/30
8:15A-9:00A
$40
$60
540206-B2
Su
11/6-12/18
8:15A-9:00A
$35
$52
SilverSplash (Ages 55 +)
Activate your urge for variety! Splash offers fun, shallow-water
movement to improve agility and flexibility while addressing
cardiovascular, strength and endurance conditioning. No swimming ability is
required, and a SilverSneakers kickboard or other aquatic equipment is used
to improve strength, balance and coordination. FREE for SilverSneakers
Participants.
Location: CORE Pool
Min. 10/Max. 30
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES
NR
540208-A1
W&F
9/7-9/30
11:15A-12:00P $40
$60
540208-B1
W&F
10/5-10/28
11:15A-12:00P $40
$60
540208-C1
W&F
11/2-11/23
11:15A-12:00P $35
$52
540208-D1
W&F
11/30-12/23
11:15A-12:00P $40
$60
Shallow Aqua Fitness (Ages 16 +)
This aqua class is energetic and includes a mix of cardio, strength, toning
and stretching in the aquatic environment! This is a great workout and offers
a twist from the traditional studio type course. Modifications are available for
those that are new, recovering from injury or just want a slower pace. (CA)
Location: Entire Pool @ CORE Pool
Min. 10/Max. 30
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
540201-A1 M,W,F 9/7-9/30
9:00A-9:45A
$55 $82
540201-B1 M,W,F 10/3-10/28
9:00A-9:45A
$60 $90
540201-C1 M,W,F 10/31-11/25 9:00A-9:45A
$60 $90
540201-D1 M,W,F 11/28-12/23 9:00A-9:45A
$55 $82
NOTE: Saturday classes listed below will alternate between Shallow
Aqua Fitness and Deep Lap Pilates.
540201-F1 Sa
9/3-10/22
8:15A-9:00A
$40 $60
540201-F2 Sa
10/29-12/17 8:15A-9:00A
$40 $60
Deep Laps/Pilates (Ages 16 +)
The unique physical properties of water provide support, resistance and
assistance to help you achieve your training and conditioning goals.
Exercising in deep water reduces weight bearing stress by 90 percent. The
positive effects of water training go beyond joint off-loading and
cardiovascular fitness. Flotation belts and resistance gloves provided. (CA)
Location: CORE Pool
Min. 4/Max. 30
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES
NR
540204-A1
Tu & Th 9/6-9/29
9:00A-9:45A
$40
$60
540204-B1
Tu & Th 10/4-10/27
9:00A-9:45A
$40
$60
540204-C1
Tu & Th 11/1-11/22
9:00A-9:45A
$35
$52
540204-D1
Tu & Th 11/29-12/22
9:00A-9:45A
$40
$60
We also offer Water In Motion, at 5 p.m. on Tuesday
evenings and Deep Lap/Pilates at 5:10 p.m. on Thursday
evenings as drop-in classes only based on availability.
Must use a punchcard for these classes. Please check the
Aquatics Weekly Schedule for class days and times.
Water In Motion (Ages 16 +)
WATERinMOTION® is the newest aqua exercise workout that provides a low
impact, high-energy challenge for participants of all ages, skill and fitness
levels. Jump in and make a splash with this dynamic cardiovascular workout
that tones and tapers the entire body. With land equivalent intensity, fantastic
sing-along quality music and dynamic instructors, enjoy the pure fun of this
60-minute water extravaganza. Aqua-phobes will forever become aqua-FANS
when they "Catch the Wave"! (CA)
Location: CORE Pool
Min. 4/Max. 30
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES
NR
540205-A1
Su
9/11-10/30
10:00A-11:00A $40
$60
540205-B1
Su
11/6-12/18
10:00A-11:00A $35
$52
Visit www.lemontparkdistrict.org for pool rules.
Aquacs
Private, Semi-Private and Competitive Swim Lessons at The CORE
Private and Semi-Private swim lessons are where an instructor works one-on-one (or with two swimmers per one instructor for
semi-private lessons) with your child to learn at their age ability and level. Lessons will be scheduled based on child’s and
instructor’s availability. Please fill out the Private Lesson Request Form, which can be picked up at The CORE Service Desk. Pay
for your swim lessons at the time you turn in the request form to the Service Desk. You will receive a call within 24 hours
regarding the status of your request.
Private and Semi-Private
Swim Lessons
30-Minute
Private Lesson
45-Minute
Private Lesson
30-Minute
Semi-Private
Swim Lesson*
45-Minute
Semi-Private
Swim Lesson*
1 Lesson
3 Lessons
6 Lessons
12 Lessons
Resident
$22
$67
$121
$242
Non-Resident
$33
$99
$181
$363
Resident
$33
$99
$181
$363
Non-Resident
$50
$150
$275
$550
Resident
$15
$45
$82
N/A
Non-Resident
$22
$67
$151
N/A
Resident
$22
$67
$121
N/A
Non-Resident
$33
$89
$181
N/A
*Per Participant
Competitive Private Swim Lessons
30-Minute
Private Lesson
60-Minute
Private Lesson
LPD Dolphins Swim Team Member
Resident
Non-Resident
LPD Dolphins Swim Team Member
Resident
Non-Resident
1 Lesson
$30
$35
$40
$60
$65
$70
Breakfast With Santa
Saturday, December 3rd ~ CORE Gymnasium
This holiday season, we will celebrate am Elf-themed
Breakfast with Santa! Enjoy a delicious catered breakfast
with your family to kick off the holiday season! Children
will visit and have their picture taken with Santa and make
a holiday craft. Pricing is per person. (LH)
Registration Deadline is November 28th!
No walk-in registrations will be accepted.
CODE
561304-A1
DAY
Sa
DATE
12/3
TIME
9:00A-11:30A
RES
$10
NR
$15
A Special THANKS our sponsor...CITGO!
8th Annual
Frigid 5K
Sunday, Dec. 4th ~ 8:00 a.m.
Break out those Santa hats and ugly Christmas sweaters for this
festive 5K through the District’s beautiful Centennial Campus! (JS)
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND...
• The “Candy Kane Kid’s Dash” where everyone’s a winner! This magical ¼-mile fun run is designated for kids
10 and under only. A parent may run with a registered Candy Cane Dasher or push them in a stroller.
• Fun Frigid After Party featuring a hot chocolate bar, music, kids games & more!
Fees:
Online Registration at Active.com
$23.25 - Early bird registration through Friday, October 28th.
$11.25 - Early Bird Registration Candy Cane Kids Dash through Friday, October 28th.
$28.25 - Online on Active.com through Saturday, October 29th to Wednesday, November 30th
$13.25 - Candy Cane Kids Dash Saturday, October 29th to Wednesday, November 30th.
*Price includes a $3.25 active.com processing fee.
Register by November 11th to be guaranteed at Frigid 5K or Candy Cane Dash Hoodie!
In Person Registration
$30 Packet Pickup Thursday, December 1st, 4 p.m.-8 p.m. and Friday, December 2nd, 4 p.m.-8 p.m.
$15 Candy Cane Kids Dash Packet Pick up Dec. 1st & Dec. 2nd from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
$35 Race Day 6:45 a.m.-7:45 a.m.
$15 Candy Cane Kids Dash on Race Day
Packet Pick Up
Packet Pickup will be held on Thursday, December 1st and Friday, December 2nd from 4 p.m.-8 p.m..
Participants may register in person at packet pickup for $30. The Candy Cane Kids Dash will be $15.
Race Day Registration
Race Day Registration will be $35 and available from 6:45 a.m.-7:45.a.m. The Candy Cane Kids Dash will be $15.
October 26: Hocus Pocus Movie in the Park
Centennial Park: 6:00 p.m.
Enjoy a frightful evening outside watching “Hocus Pocus” on the big screen! Bring your
blankets, lawn charis and friends for this ghoulishly fun evening! For more information
call (630) 257-6787 or visit www.LemontParkDistrict.org.
October 28 and October 29: Haunted Central
Old Central School, 410 McCarthy Road
October 8: Witches Wine Walk
Historic Downtown Lemont: 6:00 p.m.
October 28:
October 29:
wine walk in downtown Lemont. After the walk you can invite your favorite Warlock for
the Witches Ball at Gelsosomo’s – with food, drink and a band. Details and registration
information at www.lemontchamber.com or call (630) 257-5997. Event sponsored by
the Lemont Chamber of Commerce and Lemont Park Foundation.
October 13: 5th Annual Autumn Craft Beer Tasting
Rotary Club of Lemont-Homer Glen
Gelsosomo's Pizzeria & Pub: 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Scott Pointon; beers from Pollyanna Brewing in Lemont will also be featured. $30 per
the Lemont community.
oct 8
oct 13
Witches Wine Walk
Lemont Chamber of Commerce & Lemont Park Foundation
5th Annual Autumn
Craft Beer Tasting
Rotary Club of Lemont-Homer Glen
oct 15
oct 15
oct 21
oct 26
oct 28
Hocus Pocus Movie
in the Park
October 15, October 21 & October 25:
Lemontster Market Days at Talcott Square
Historic Downtown Lemont: 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Lemont Park District
Corner of Stephen & Talcott. Lemontster Market Days will feature children’s activities,
crafts, and loads of fun. Halloween themed products, pumpkins, and more. Trick or
Treat at the Market on October 25. Watch for more details on all 3 special “Lemontster”
themed markets!
Haunted Central
Lemont-Bromberek Combined School District 113A
District 113A Educational Foundation
Hope & Friendship Foundation
Fall Fest
Lemont Park District
oct 29
Halloween Hoedown
Village of Lemont
Lemontster Market Day
Haunted Central
Village of Lemont
Lemont-Bromberek Combined School District 113A
District 113A Educational Foundation
Hope & Friendship Foundation
Lemontster Market Day
oct 30
Lemont Historical Society
Hoowl-A-Ween Fun at
Central Bark Dog Park
Lemont Township
oct 25
Lemontster Market Day
Village of Lemont
For full pricing information and/or to pre-order tickets, go to www.sd113a.org for complete
details. This event is sponsored by the Lemont -Bromberek Combined School District 113A,
District 113A Educational Foundation and Hope & Friendship Foundation.
October 29: Village of Lemont’s Halloween Hoedown
Historic Downtown Lemont: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m. Line-Up at Legion Park
FREE Event. Line-Up at Legion Park for our annual Costume Contest & Parade followed by
Trick or Treating at participating downtown stores and all the miniature houses at Safety
Village! Halloween Jumpie at Budnik Plaza! Haywagon Rides! Take some Frightening
Photos with our fun backdrop! Fun Children’s Activities! Lemont Park District joins in the
fun with a “Halloween Hoops” Contest.
October 30: Lemont Township’s Hooowl-A-Ween Event
Central Bark Dog Park: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
FREE Event. Costume contest at 2:00 p.m.; Trick Contest at 2:30 p.m., rescue groups with
assisted pet owners with veterinary emergencies and unpayable pet related costs, and
a great socializing opportunity for fur covered and non-fur covered friends. Donations of
pet food and items will be accepted. For more information call (630) 257-2522.
October 15: Lemont Park District Fall Fest
Lemont Park District: 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Centennial Park. FREE event. Fall Fest will feature entertainment for the whole family
decorating contest, and much more. For more information call (630) 257-6787 or visit
www.LemontParkDistrict.org.
October 31: Trick-or-Treat
Village Trick-or-Treat Hours are 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
October 21: Fright Night Silent Movie
Lemont Historical Society Museum: 7:00 p.m.
Doors Open at 6:30 p.m.
October 31: Trick-or-Treat at the Library
Lemont Public Library, 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
306 Lemont Street. Join us if you dare! Two classic Fright Films – guaranteed to scare!
Refreshments available. For more information, call (630) 257-2972.
Turn your porch light on if you welcome trick-or-treaters.
It wouldn’t be Halloween without a stop at the Library! World famous book characters
such as Mother Goose, Little Red Riding Hood & more will be giving away treats!
Lemont Chamber of Commerce & Lemont Park District’s
Village of Lemont
Fright Night Silent Movie
6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
1:00 - 4:00 p.m. (for young ghouls); and
6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
oct 31st
Trick-or-Treat
Lemont’s Trick or Treat Hours - 3 to 6:30 pm
Trick-or-Treat
Lemont Library Trick or Treat Hours - 4 to 6:00 pm
Home & Business Decorating Contest
The Lemont Park District and Chamber of Commerce invite you to join
in on some ghoulishly good fun...decorate your Lemont residence or
business for Halloween! There are two contest categories, and great
prizes will be awarded to both:
"Lemontster, Inc." Business Division
"Lemontster Manor" Residential Division
Registration is FREE and must be completed by October 23 at
the Lemont Park District.
For a registration form, please visit www.LemontParkDistrict.org
or www.lemontchamber.com.
Decorations must be up by October 24.
Winners will be announced at the Halloween Hoedown on
October 29.
Get out and decorate! For more information and/or to register, visit
www.LemontParkDistrict.org for complete contest details!
For the most up to date information on Lemontster Days,
visit www.lemont.il.us/LemontsterDays
Touch-A-Truck
Saturday, September 10th ~ 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Old Quarry School Parking Lot
Back by popular demand
is our 5th Annual
Touch-A-Truck Event!
We will have a variety of
vehicles on display for the
kids to climb on, explore,
honk horns and learn all
about these different
vehicles. We’ll have fire
trucks, garbage trucks and
many more! This is an
all-ages FREE EVENT! (LH)
Fall Family
FUN!
Friday, Nov. 18, 2016
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
At The CORE
Join us for some good
old fashioned fun! This
FREE family fun event
will have children’s
games with the Fun
Squad, music, jumpy,
crafts and other holiday
activities. It’s a great way
to spend a Friday evening
before the Thanksgiving
feasts begin! Light snacks and
refreshments included. (LH)
“Thank You” to
our Family Fun
Sponsors...CITGO
and Gelsosomo’s!
FREE Family New Year’s Eve
Bash at The CORE
Dec. 31, 2016 ~ 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
We will be ringing in the New Year at noon
instead of midnight! We’ll celebrate with party
favors, a DJ, balloon drop at noon, pizza lunch
and fun New Year’s activities and games for the
family! What a perfect way to spend the day on
New Year’s Eve! (LH)
Skang & Hockey
Hockey Skating (Ages 6 - 18)
This class is designed to teach the fundamentals of forward skating with an
introduction to backward movement. Upon completion of Hockey 1 class, you
will progress through to Hockey 2, 3 & 4. Required equipment: Hockey skates,
and helmet with a facemask. (LH) Class Will Not Meet On: 11/4, 11/5
Location: Canlan Ice Sports,
1581 Normantown Road, Romeoville
Min. 5/Max. 25
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
FEE
511491-A1
M
10/24-12/26
5:00P-6:00P
$187
511491-A2
F
10/28-12/30
6:10P-7:10P
$168
511491-A3
Sa
10/29-12/17
11:40A-12:40P
$131
Ice Skating Lessons
Darien Sportsplex, 451 Plainfield Road
(630) 789-6666
Registration Deadline: 10/10/16 (LH)
Tot Classes (Age 4)
This class teaches the basic skills of skating.
Fee: $105
Thursdays - 10/13 to 12/15 (No class 11/3, 11/24)
10:15-10:45 am | 4:50-5:20 pm | 5:50-6:20 pm
Saturdays - 10/15 to 12/17
(No class 11/5, 11/26)
9:50-10:20 am | 10:55-11:25 am | 11:50-12:20 pm
Youth Skating Lessons (Ages 5 -14)
Roller Skating Lessons (Ages 5 +)
These classes, for any age/skill level, are designed to build coordination,
enhance skating skills and to gain confidence, which in turn, builds self-esteem
and the desire to learn. They teach a variety of maneuvers from the basics of
balance, to starting and stopping, crossovers, jumps, spins, backward skating
and much more. Arrive 15 minutes early to check in and get skates. (LH)
Location: Fleetwood Roller Rink in Summit
Min. 1/Max. 20
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
FEE
522908-A1
Sa
9/3-9/24
12:00P-1:00P
$24
522908-A2
Sa
10/1-10/22
12:00P-1:00P
$24
522908-A3
Sa
11/5-11/26
12:00P-1:00P
$24
This class teaches the basic skills of skating.
Pre-Alpha Classes
This class teaches basic forward and
backward skills to those who have never
taken skating lessons. No prior class
experience required.
Alpha & Beta Classes
Alpha must have passed Pre-Alpha test.
Class builds on Pre-Alpha skills, introduces
forward stroking, crossovers and stops. Beta
– must have passed Alpha test. Covers back
stroking back crossovers & stop.
Gamma & Delta Classes
Gamma - must have passed Beta test.
More advanced skills such as outside 3 turns,
mohawk, turns and hockey stops.
Delta - must have passed gamma test. Inside
3 turns, outside and inside edges, lunges and
bunny hops.
Fee: $115
Thursdays - 10/13 to 12/15
(No class 11/3, 11/24)
10:15-10:55 am | 4:50-5:30 pm | 5:50-6:30 pm
Saturdays - 10/15 - 12/17
(No class 11/5, 11/26)
9:50-10:30 am | 10:55-11:35 am | 11:50-12:30 pm
Pre-requisites: Prior class experience needed for
Alpha, Beta, Gamma & Delta levels.
Note: Skate rental not included. No registrations after
class has started. Please arrive at least 30 minutes
prior to the 1st class. For further class information,
open skate or hockey, please call the Skating School
office at (630) 789-6666.
For specific class numbers
and session dates go to: www.LemontParkDistrict.org
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Lemont Park District Dancers
Ballet
Pre-Ballet
CODE
520501-A1
520501-B1
520501-C1
AGE
3&4
3&4
3&4
DAYS
Th
Tu
W
DATES
9/15-12/15
9/13-12/13
9/14-12/14
TIME
10:30A-11:00A
4:15P-4:45P
10:30A-11:00A
RES
$62
$62
$62
NR
$93
$93
$93
DAYS
Th
W
W
Th
DATES
9/15-12/15
9/14-12/14
9/14-12/14
9/15-12/15
TIME
10:00A-10:30A
5:00P-5:30P
10:00A-10:30A
4:30P-5:00P
RES
$62
$62
$62
$62
NR
$93
$93
$93
$93
DAYS
Tu
W
Th
Th
DATES
9/13-12/13
9/14-12/14
9/15-12/15
9/15-12/15
TIME
4:45P-5:30P
5:30P-6:15P
5:00P-5:45P
7:00P-7:45P
RES
$86
$86
$86
$86
NR
$129
$129
$129
$129
DAYS
Tu
Tu
DATES
9/13-12/13
9/13-12/13
TIME
6:00P-6:45P
7:15P-8:00P
RES
$86
$86
NR
$129
$129
AGE/GRADE
4 1/2 - K
K - 1st
4 1/2 - K
DAYS
Th
W
W
DATES
9/15-12/15
9/14-12/14
9/14-12/14
TIME
9:30A-10:00A
4:30P-5:00P
9:30A-10:00A
RES
$62
$62
$62
NR
$93
$93
$93
Instructors: Ms. Tammy Johnson
Experienced Tap
Mrs. Jennifer Diamond - Monday Classes CODE
AGE/GRADE
st
520505-A1
1
- 2nd
Location: Centennial~Keepataw A & B
nd
520505-B2
2 - 3rd
Min. 6/Max. 12
520505-C1
3rd - 4th
520505-C2
5th - 6th
DAYS
Tu
W
Th
Th
DATES
9/13-12/13
9/14-12/14
9/15-12/15
9/15-12/15
TIME
5:30P-6:00P
6:15P-6:45P
5:45P-6:15P
7:30P-8:00P
RES
$62
$62
$62
$62
NR
$93
$93
$93
$93
DAYS
Tu
DATES
9/13-12/13
TIME
6:45P-7:15P
RES
$62
NR
$93
Beginning Ballet
Instructors: Ms. Tammy Johnson
AGE/GRADE
Mrs. Jennifer Diamond - Monday Classes CODE
520502-A1
4 1/2 - K
Location: Centennial~Keepataw A & B 520502-A2
K - 1st
Min. 6/Max. 12
520502-C1
4 1/2 - K
520502-D1
4 1/2 - 1st
Experienced Ballet
CODE
520503-A1
520503-B2
520503-C1
520503-C2
GRADE
1st - 2nd
2nd - 3rd
3rd - 4th
5th - 6th
Advanced Ballet Min.6/Max.10
CODE
530502-A1
530502-A2
Tap
GRADE
7th & 8th
9th - 12th
Beginning Tap
CODE
520504-A1
520504-A2
520504-C1
Advanced Tap
CODE
530504-A1
Jazz
AGE/GRADE
7th - 12th
Jazz
CODE
530505-D1
530505-E1
AGE/GRADE
3rd & 4th
2nd - 3rd
LEVEL
Experienced
Beginner
DAYS
Th
W
DATES
9/15-12/15
9/14-12/14
TIME
6:15P-7:00P
6:45P-7:15P
RES
$86
$62
NR
$129
$93
Instructors: Ms. Tammy Johnson
Mrs. Jennifer Diamond- Monday Classes
Location: Centennial~Keepataw A & B
Min. 6/Max. 12
Discount: A $6.00 discount is given to children who sign up for two or more dance classes (ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, hip-hop and
pointe. (Excludes Baby Ballerinas.) (TP)
Shoes: Dance shoes are required for all dance classes. Shoes are available from the instructor the first day of class for
$20.00 for ballet shoes or tap shoes in children’s sizes. Adult sizes are slightly higher. You may purchase them on your own.
Parents: Parents are welcome to observe the weeks of Sept. 12-15, Oct. 24-27 and Dec. 12-15.
Priority Registration: Priority registration is offered to students of the fall session for the winter show session. This registration
will begin in December. Ms. Tammy and Mrs. Jennifer will inform you of this date.
Recital and Costumes: This session prepares for the recital. Costumes will range from $40 - $80. Costumes will be ordered the
end of December, prior to pre-registration. Envelopes will be provided & money will be due immediately.
NO CLASS: 9/27, 9/28, 9/29, 10/10, 10/31, 11/21, 11/22, 11/23, 11/24
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Dance
Baby Ballerinas
(Ages 2 1/2 - 3 1/2)
Come plié and relíeve like the "big" girls do. They will learn
creative movements through fun music, cute choreography and
props. While being introduced to ballet, they will learn grace
and develop confidence. These classes will not be in the dance
recital. Ballet shoes NOT required. (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23, 11/24
Instructor: Ms. Tammy Johnson
Location: Keepataw A @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 10
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510501-A1 W
9/14-10/12 11:00A-11:30A $30 $45
510501-B1 Th
9/15-10/13 11:00A-11:30A $30 $45
510501-A2 W
10/26-11/30 11:00A-11:30A $30 $45
510501-B2 Th
10/27-12/1 11:00A-11:30A $30 $45
Lyrical Ballet
(Ages 11& Up)
Lyrical is a fusion of ballet and jazz, with expressive motions
that tell a story. Students will learn lyrical technique along with
how to express emotion through movement. Dancers should
wear form fitted clothing that allows for movement with bare
feet. (TP) Class Will Not Meet On: 10/10, 10/31, 11/21
Instructor: Mrs. Jennifer Diamond
Location: Keepataw A & B @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 12
CODE
GRADE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
530506-A1 6th & 7th M
9/12-12/19 4:15P-5:00P $86 $129
530506-B1 8th - 12th M
9/12-12/19 6:30P-7:15P $86 $129
Hip Hop & Jazz (Ages 11-15)
Dance like your favorite pop star! Isolations, popping and free
style movements are all a focus of this energetic dance style.
Fun & upbeat dance steps will be choreographed to popular
music. (TP) Class Will Not Meet On: 10/10, 10/31, 11/21
Instructor: Mrs. Jennifer Diamond
Location: Keepataw A & B @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 12
CODE
GRADE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
530507-A1 6th & 7th M
9/12-12/19 5:00P-5:45P $86 $129
530507-A2 4th & 5th M
9/12-12/19 5:45P-6:30P $86 $129
530507-A3 8th - 12th M
9/12-12/19 7:15P-8:00P $86 $129
Pointe
(Ages 11 & Up)
We will be dancing on the tips of our toes! You must also be
registered in a current ballet class. (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 9/27, 9/28, 9/29, 11/22, 11/23, 11/24
Instructor: Ms. Tammy Johnson
Location: Keepataw A&B @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 8/Max. 12
CODE
GRADE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
530508-A1 6th - 12th W 9/14-12/14 3:45P-4:30P $86 $129
530508-B1 7th - 12th Th 9/15-12/15 3:45P-4:30P $86 $129
530508-C1 9th - 12th Tu 9/13-12/13 8:00P-8:30P $62 $93
NOTE: A1 is Beginner and B1 and C1 is Experienced. Dancers need to wear
black leotard, pink tights and toe shoes (Approximate cost is $75 - See Ms.
Tammy to order.)
give
Generous Individuals
Volunteering Endlessly
A Volunteer Project at
The Lemont Park District
Why be part of the Lemont Park District give Volunteer
Project? You’ll be a key player in providing the great
community of Lemont fantastic programs and special
events. Discover how a selless act can build self‐
esteem as well as help other people. By assisting in the
preparation and implementation of Lemont Park
District activities, you’ll see irst‐hand how helping
other people can truly be a fulilling and rewarding
experience all the way around. Being part of give is
really a win‐win for everyone! For more information
call Pam Carter at 630‐257‐6787 ext. 3001.
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Gymnascs
Tumbling Only (Ages 5 - 14)
Excellent class for tumbling team and for those special tricks to
intermediate levels. Beginner: front & back rolls, cartwheels &
handstands. Intermediate: front & back rolls, cartwheels,
handstands, back bends-limbers, back walkovers.
Advanced: Front & back rolls, cartwheels, & handstands, back
bends-limbers, back walkovers & flip flops. Must have flip flop
to attend this class! (TP) Instructor: Coach Brooke
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/22 & 11/24
Location: Entire Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 8/Max. 24
Beginner & Intermediate Tumbling
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
521005-A1 Th
9/8-10/13
6:00P-6:55P $34 $51
521005-A2 Th
10/20-12/1
6:00P-6:55P $34 $51
Rumbling Tumbling Tykes (Ages 3 - 4)
The RUMBLING TUMBLING TYKE (RTT) class is a pregymnastic program designed to introduce the four pieces of
apparatus used in regular gymnastics to the young aspiring
gymnasts, while creating a safe and FUN environment. Basic
gymnastic terms and skills will be taught as well as early social
skills. (TP) Class Will Not Meet On: 11/22, 11/23, 11/24, 11/25
Location: Entire Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 8/Max. 12
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
511002-B1
W
9/7-10/12
11:15A-12:00P $34 $51
511002-B2
W
9/7-10/12
12:00P-12:45P $34 $51
511002-C1* Th
9/8-10/13
7:00P-7:45P
$34 $51
511002-D1* F
9/9-10/14
3:00P-3:45P
$34 $51
511002-G1* Tu
9/6-10/11
7:00P-7:45P
$34 $51
511002-B3
W
10/19-11/30 11:15A-12:00P $34 $51
511002-B4
W
10/19-11/30 12:00P-12:45P $34 $51
511002-C2* Th
10/20-12/1 7:00P-7:45P
$34 $51
511002-D2* F
10/21-12/2 3:00P-3:45P
$34 $51
511002-G2* Tu
10/18-11/29 7:00P-7:45P
$34 $51
KIDS CONNECT
511002-X1
W
9/7-10/12
11:00A-12:00P $12 $18
511002-X2
W
10/19-11/30 11:00A-12:00P $12 $18
*Note: C1, D1, G1 and C2, D2, G2 are for ages 3, 4 and 5.
Rumbling Tumbling Tykes (Ages 4 - 5)
This class is a pre-gymnastic program designed to introduce
the four pieces of apparatus used in regular gymnastics to the
young aspiring gymnasts, while creating a safe and FUN
environment. Basic gymnastic terms and skills will be taught as
well as early social skills. (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23
Location: Entire Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 8/Max. 12
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
511003-A2
W
9/7-10/12
12:45P-1:30P $34 $51
511003-A5
W
10/19-11/30 12:45P-1:30P $34 $51
Advanced Tumbling
521006-A1 Tu
9/6-10/11
521006-A2 Tu
10/18-11/29
6:00P-6:55P
6:00P-6:55P
$34
$34
$51
$51
Fireflies Tumbling Team (Ages 3 - 14)
The Fireflies Tumbling Team tumbles October thru February.
There is no charge to join the Fireflies Tumbling Team. Boys
and girls of all ages and levels are eligible to compete. All
tumblers must be enrolled in park district gymnastics or
tumbling classes to participate on Tumbling Team. Meets are
every other week or may be once a month and there is an
additional cost for each meet. Tumblers compete in tumbling
passes, consisting of 5 major skills for their skill level. For more
information regarding the Tumbling Team, contact your child’s
instructor, ask for a tumbling manual or watch for postings on
the gym window or marquee. Mandatory parent meeting on
Thursday, September 22nd at the Centennial Community
Center Lions Room at 5:30 p.m. (TP)
FIREFLIES HOME TUMBLING MEET 12/17/16
Gymnastics for Boys Only!
(Ages 5 - 14)
Boys can increase coordination, flexibility, strength and self
esteem by participating in gymnastics. Gymnastics provides a
strong basis for all sports. They will learn basic skills on the
floor, high bar, vault, pommel, and rings! (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/22
Location: Entire Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 12
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
521001-A1 Tu
9/6-10/11
6:00P-6:55P
$34 $51
525101-A2 Tu
10/18-11/29 6:00P-6:55P
$34 $51
IMPORTANT INFO Participants should wear leotards. Shorts, bare feet
and t-shirts preferred. No baggy shorts, tights, socks, jewelry of any kind,
ballet shoes or street shoes. Long hair MUST be tied back with a ponytail
holder. We love parents, but due to safety and space restrictions, we ask
that you watch from outside the gymnasium through the windows.
Any medical issues, please inform instructor.
If you are unsure of your child's level, please come to have
your child tested anytime during the time below.
Test Day: Friday,, September 2nd - 4:15 pm to 6:30 pm in CCC Gym.
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Gymnascs
Fireflies Gymnastics Team (Ages 8 - 14)
Gymnastics (Ages 5 - 14)
The Lemont Fireflies are members of the Illinois Park District
Gymnastics Conference and this is a year round gymnastics
program that will be participating in the Optional Level for the
2016-17 season. The Optional season starts Round meets in
January, 2017. Each gymnast is required to compete in five (5)
Round meets, plus one (1) Sectional meet & (1) State meet,
totaling seven (7) meets and most of them will be on Saturday
or Sunday at an additional cost. If you have any questions
regarding our division, see our coaches. Jr. Bronze division will
have a Conference Meet. Must have coach’s consent to join
team. (TP) Class Will Not Meet On: 9/5, 10/10, 10/31, 11/25
Location: Entire Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 10/Max. 30
CODE
DAYS DATES TIME
RES NR
531001-A1 M,W,F 9/2-12/14 4:00P-6:30P $506 $636
Fees: Fee is paid in (3) installments of $170r/$212nr initial payment and
$168r/$212nr on Oct. 19 & Nov. 19.)
Discount: There is a 10% discount for the 2nd family member to register for
Fireflies Team.
Girls gymnastics at a young age provides a strong basis for all
sports. It can help your child increase coordination, strength,
flexibility and self esteem. Each class builds up to the next
level: children must master skill in each class before being
promoted to the next level.
Level 1 - Beginner Stars: This is a very beginner level and
some skill requirements are needed to begin class.
Level 2 - Advanced Stars: Forward roll stand-up (without
using hands), bridge, cartwheel (working on), handstand (with
a spotter).
Level 3 - Shooting Stars: Forward and backward rolls,
cartwheels (right & left), handstand hold.
Level 4 - Super Stars: Handstand to backbend, back
walkover, backbend, (working on) backbend to a stand. This
level will qualify you to move up to PRE-TEAM based on
Coach’s approval. Participants must be 5 years old. (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/22 & 11/24
Team parent meeting, Wed., 9/21, 5:30 p.m. in
ABC Room at the Centennial Community Center.
Fireflies Pre-Team (Ages 8 - 14)
Fireflies Pre-Team program is offered to improve and develop
the skills of the young gymnast. This class is for those who like
gymnastics, want to have fun and improve their skills at a
faster pace than if they participated in one class a week.
Gymnasts in this class are required to compete at the
OPTIONAL level. Gymnasts are required to compete in five (5)
Round meets, plus one (1) Sectional meet & (1) State meet
totalling seven (7) meets and they are on Saturdays and
Sundays at an additional cost. Must have coach’s consent to
join team. Jr. Bronze division will have a Conference Final
Meet. (TP) Class Will Not Meet On: 9/5, 10/10, 10/31, 11/25
Location: Entire Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 10/Max. 30
CODE
DAYS
DATES TIME
RES NR
531002-A1 M&W, M&F 9/2-12/14 4:00P-6:30P $407 $510
or W&F
Fees: Fee is paid in three installments of $137r and $170nr initial payment
and $135r and $170nr on Oct. 19 & Nov. 19.)
Discount: There is a 10% discount for the 2nd family member.
Discount of $6.00 will be offered to the individual student who would like to
sign up for two gymnastics classes in the same session.
Location: Entire Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 8/Max. 24
CODE
DAY LEVEL DATES
TIME
521002-A1 Tu 1&2
9/6-10/11
4:00P-4:55P
521002-A2 Tu 3&4
9/6-10/11
5:00P-5:55P
521002-A3 Tu 1&2
10/18-11/29 4:00P-4:55P
521002-A4 Tu 3&4
10/18-11/29 5:00P-5:55P
521002-B1 Th 1&2
9/8-10/13
4:00P-4:55P
521002-B2 Th 3&4
9/8-10/13
5:00P-5:55P
521002-B3 Th 1&2
10/20-12/1 4:00P-4:55P
521002-B4 Th 3&4
10/20-12/1 5:00P-5:55P
RES NR
$34 $51
$34 $51
$34 $51
$34 $51
$34 $51
$34 $51
$34 $51
$34 $51
High School Gymnastics (Ages 14 - 18)
Want to compete and practice in a fun and non-stressful
environment? We offer a program designed to work on new
and old skills to compete against high school girls from all over,
like Fox Valley, Bolingbrook, Bloomingdale, Alsip, etc.
Gymnasts are required to compete at the Optional Level. There
are (5) round meets plus State meet at additional cost. (TP)
Must have coach’s consent to join team.
Class Will Not Meet On: 9/5, 10/10, 10/31, 11/25
Location: Entire Gym @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 6/Max. 15
Three Days Per Week
CODE
DAYS
DATES TIME
RES
NR
531003-A1 M,W,F
9/2-12/9 5:00P-7:30P $400 $500
Fees: Fee is paid in three installments of $148r initial payment. and $146r in
Oct & Nov. - $136nr initial payment and Oct. 19. Nov. 19 will be $132nr.
Two Days Per Week
CODE
DAYS
DATES TIME
RES
NR
531003-B1 M&W, M&F 9/2-12/9 5:00P-7:30P $340 $400
or W&F
Fees: Fee is paid in three installments of $114r initial payment and $113 in
Oct. & Nov. - $134nr initial payment and $133nr on Oct. 19 & Nov. 19.
Discount: There is a 10% discount for the 2nd family member to register for
High School Gymnastics.
Competing High School Gymnastics
Must have coaches consent to join team.
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/25 (TP)
Three Days Per Week
CODE
DAYS
531004-A1 M,W,F
DATES
TIME
11/2-12/14 5:00P-7:30P
RES NR
$200 $300
Two Days Per Week
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
531004-B1 M&W; M&F 11/2-12/14 5:00P-7:30P $160 $240
or W&F
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Youth Athlecs
Kids First Girls Softball (Ages 7 - 13)
End of the Year Softball!! It’s a hit... instruction and games.
Players enjoy the challenge of softball through fun team
competitive drills. Games will be played once players are
ready, leading to a championship game on the last session
day. (TP)
Location: Centennial Park Quad Field South (Behind
CORE)
Min. 6/Max. 18
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
520103-A1 7-9 Th 9/15-10/13 5:00P-6:00P $59 $77
520103-A2 10-13 Th 9/15-10/13 6:00P-7:00P $59 $77
Note: Bring your own glove. If you have your own helmet and bat, bring both.
Kids First Basketball (Ages 6 - 14)
This program will focus on teaching techniques for shooting,
dribbling and passing, plus speed & quickness, body balance,
first step directional movements, floor spacing, basketball
safety awareness and sportsmanship. Players will have
session skills contest and a championship game at the
conclusion of program. (TP) Class Will Not Meet On: 11/26
Instructor: Staff from Kids First Sports Safety, Inc.
Location: CORE Gym 2
Min. 6/Max. 24
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
520112-A1 6-8 Sa 10/15-11/12 9:00A-10:00A $59 $77
520112-A2 9-14 Sa 10/15-11/12 10:00A-11:00A $59 $77
520112-A3* 6-8 Sa 11/19-12/17 9:00A-10:00A $48 $66
520112-A4* 9-14 Sa 11/19-12/17 10:00A-11:00A $48 $66
520112-C1 6-8 Sa 1/7-2/4
9:00A-10:00A $59 $77
520112-C2 9-14 Sa 1/7-2/4
10:00A-11:00A $59 $77
NOTE: *Class on 12/3 - B1 will be 2 pm to 3 pm; B2 will be 3 pm to 4 pm.
First Session is Series 1; Second Session is Games Only; Third Session is
Series 2.
Kids First Tennis (Ages 6 - 14)
Experience the competition during a fun game of tennis! This
program offers racquet skill positions training, techniques on
ball spins, speed & quickness, techniques, body balance, first
step directional movements, safety awareness &
sportsmanship. Players will have session skills contest and a
championship tennis match. (TP)
Location: Tennis Courts 1 & 2 @ Centennial Park
Min. 6/Max. 18
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
520101-A1 6-8 Sa
9/10-10/15 9:00A-11:00A $89 $117
520101-A2 9-14 Sa
9/10-10/15 11:00A-1:00P $89 $117
Note: Bring your own racquet. Rain Cancellations: Time will be equally
added to remaining days of program. No refunds given after class has
begun. On 9/24 class will be held at Covington North Tennis Court
(Auburn Rd & Covington Dr.)
Kids First Track & Field (Ages 6 - 14)
Speed, quickness and agility camp through Track & Field
events. Excellent coaches teach sprinting, jumping, running
and throws in a safe and fundamental manner. Fun competition
thru events. (TP)
Location: Plateau @ Centennial Park (Southwest field/west
of The CORE) & CORE Trackside Room*
Min. 6/Max. 22
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
520113-A1 6-8 Sa 9/10-10/15 9:00A-10:15A $69 $87
520113-A2 9-14 Sa 9/10-10/15 10:15A-11:30A $69 $87
Note: Bring water bottle. Inclement weather class will be held in The CORE
upstairs track/Trackside Room. On Saturday, 9/24, meet coach in lobby at
The CORE.
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Kids First Volleyball (Ages 6 - 14)
I got it-high five me! Fun & instructional program offers competitive drills for skills training: serving, bumping, setting, spiking,
speed & quickness training, body balance, leading to games &
concludes with a championship game. Children will be separated based on ages and ability.
3rd session (November 16-December 21) - Games only. (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23
Location: Old Quarry Small Gym
Min. 6/Max. 18
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
520102-A1 W
9/7-10/5
5:00P-6:00P $59 $77
520102-B1 W
10/12-11/9
5:00P-6:00P $59 $77
520102-C1 W
11/16-12/21 5:00P-6:00P $59 $77
Volleyball Clinics (Ages 6 - 12)
This clinic will provide girls & boys with the best knowledge on
the skill set required to become a good volleyball player.
These skills range from defense, passing, setting and serving
all the way up to spiking. It will provide a good mixture of skill
set practice along with game related situations. Players will
learn all they need to know in a positive and enjoyable
environment. This clinic is broken into 2 packed sessions and
is designed to give you the club training without the expenses
of playing on a club team. New this season, 1 day a week. (TP)
Beginners: Ages 6 – 8 years
Intermediate/Advanced: Ages 9 – 12 years
Class Will Not Meet On: 10/10 & 11/21
Location: CORE Gym 2
Min. 8/Max. 12
Instructor: Coach Wei Dominiak (former high level/
professional player)
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
520125-A1 M
9/12-10/24
5:30P-7:00P $60 $90
520125-A2 M
11/7-12/19
5:30P-7:00P $60 $90
NOTE: Ages & Skills will be separated in class. Must wear knee pads. No jewelry.
Youth Athlecs
SportKids Archery (Ages 7 & Up)
Archery participants will learn the parts of an arrow
and recurve bow, the basics of using a recurve bow,
and fundamental shooting skills in an extremely safe
environment. They also will learn an excellent, nationally
recognized beginner’s 9-step to the 10-ring progression which
was created by the Coaches Development Committee of the
National Archery Association. Both technique and games will
be a part of this class. Blunt tipped arrows, bows, and targets
are provided. (TP)
Location: Small Grove @ Centennial Park
Min. 6/Max. 20
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
520106-A1 7-10 Tu 9/6-10/11 4:15P-5:00P $45 $55
520106-A2 11-14 Tu 9/6-10/11 5:00P-5:45P $45 $55
520106-A3 15-55 Tu 9/6-10/11 5:45P-6:30P $45 $55
SportKids Pickleball (Ages 8 - 18)
Join the pickleball craze! Pickleball, a game that
combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping
pong, is sweeping the country. This class will introduce
youngsters to forehand and backhand shots, ground strokes,
serving, volleying, ball return, dinks, lobs and overall strategy
needed to play this easy to learn sport. Fun and challenging
drills and recreational matches will help young players develop
the skills needed for a successful pickleball game. All
equipment will be provided. (TP)
Location: CORE Gym 2
Min. 6/Max. 20
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
520105-A1 8-12 Th 9/8-10/13 6:30P-7:15P $45 $55
520105-A2 13-18 Th 9/8-10/13 7:15P-8:30P $45 $55
SportKids Pee Wee Lacrosse (Ages 4 - 6)
Play lacrosse like the big kids. Age appropriate sized
sticks and softer balls will be used for safety.
Children will learn skills including cradling, stick work, running,
passing, shooting and more. (TP)
Location: West Baseball Field @ Centennial Park
(Behind The CORE)
Min. 6/Max. 20
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
RES NR
510105-A1
Th
9/8-10/13
4:00P-4:45P $45 $55
Karate
(Ages 6 & Up)
Learn a versatile style of the Martial Arts. Along with learning
Isshinryu Karate (Okinawan style), training in self-defense will
be covered. (LH) Class Will Not Meet On: 11/8, 11/24
WE DO OFFER MULTI-PERSON DISCOUNTS!
YOUTH BEGINNER (Ages 6 - 11)
This class is to attain the rank of yellow belt. Upon completion
of this class students may enroll in the Advanced class.
Location: 1,2,3 Room @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 5/Max. 40
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
506295-A1 Tu & Th 10/11-12/15 6:30P-8:00P $60 $90
ADULT BEGINNER (Ages 12 +)
This class is to attain the rank of yellow belt. Upon completion
of this class students may enroll in the Advanced class.
Location: Arts & Crafts Room @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 5/Max. 40
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
506297-A1 Tu & Th 10/11-12/15 6:30P-8:00P $60 $90
ADVANCED (Ages 6 & up)
Must have attained the rank of yellow belt to be enrolled in the
Advanced class.
Location: 1, 2, 3 Room @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 5/Max. 30
CODE
DAYS
DATES
TIME
RES NR
506296-A1 Tu & Th 10/11-12/15 6:30P-8:00P $60 $90
ADVANCED WORKOUT
*Fee for this class is included in the Advanced Karate Class.
DATE
DAY
TIME
10/17-12/10
Sa
10-11:30 am
NOTE: Class on 12/12 will be in the Arts & Crafts Room at the Centennial
Community Center.
SportKids Youth Lacrosse (Ages 7 - 10)
Join us in playing the oldest and fastest growing
team sport in North America. This class will cover
various lacrosse techniques, including cradling, scooping,
passing, catching, shooting, and goalie skills. Each child
should bring a mouth guard to class. Lacrosse sticks will be
provided. (TP)
Location: West Baseball Field @ Centennial Park (Behind
The CORE)
Min. 6/Max. 20
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
520104-A1 7-10 Th 9/8-10/13 4:45P-5:30P $45 $55
520104-A2 11-14 Th 9/8-10/13 5:30P-6:15P $45 $55
Horseback Lessons (Ages 8 - 17)
Further your skills in horseback or learn for the first time. New
Traditions has a variety of levels to join. For more information
on class times, please visit www.LemontParkDistrict.org or call
us at 630-257-6787. Please bring your receipt to the stables
for verification of enrollment. New Traditions Riding Academy
is located at 10100 S. Kean Ave., Palos Hills (LH)
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Athlecs
All Star Sports T-Ball (Ages 3 - 6)
All Star Sports Floor Hockey (Ages 5 - 10)
Throwing, catching, hitting and fielding will be taught as well as
running the bases and how to play the game. Games will be
played every week. (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 9/3,9/5, 10/31, 11/21, 9/3, 11/26
Location: Miracle Field* & CORE Gym 3
Min. 6/Max. 16
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510106-A1* 3&4 M
8/29-10/17 5:45P-6:30P $75 $113
510106-A2* 4-6 M
8/29-10/17 6:30P-7:30P $75 $113
510106-C1*3&4 W
8/31-10/12 9:45A-10:30A $75 $113
510106-B1* 3&4 Sa 8/27-10/15 1:30P-2:15P $75 $113
510106-B2* 4-6 Sa 8/27-10/15 2:15P-3:15P $75 $113
510106-A3 3&4 M
10/24-12/12 5:45P-6:30P $65 $98
510106-A4 4-6 M
10/24-12/12 6:30P-7:30P $65 $98
510106-B3 3&4 Sa 10/29-12/17 1:30P-2:15P $75 $113
510106-B4 4-6 Sa 10/29-12/17 2:15P-3:15P $75 $113
Note: Must bring own glove and wear gym shoes. Inclement weather we will
go indoors to CORE Gym for session 1. On 9/24 class will be held on U10-1
field (soccer field between pavilion and fenced baseball field.)
Learn and play the fastest game in the world. This actionpacked class will emphasize the importance of teamwork and
sportsmanship while teaching the basic skills of passing,
shooting and stick-handling before the skates go on! (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/25
Location: CORE Gym 3
Min. 6/Max.16
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510112-A1 5-7 F
9/2-10/14
5:00P-6:00P $75 $113
510112-A2 8-10 F
9/2-10/14
6:00P-7:00P $75 $113
510112-A3 5-7 F
10/28-12/16 5:00P-6:00P $75 $113
510112-A4 8-10 F
10/28-12/16 6:00P-7:00P $75 $113
Note:: Mandatory bike helmet. Optional hockey stick, gloves, shin pads, knee
pads and elbow pads.
All Star Sports Super Sports (Ages 2 - 6)
While sparking an interest in kids to play a variety of sports, this
fun-filled class teaches little superstars the importance of
teamwork and sportsmanship. Sports covered will be favorites
like basketball, hockey, soccer, football and many more. (TP)
Classes for ages 2 & 3 is with parent.
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/25
Location: Miracle Field @ Centennial Park or
CORE Gym 3**
Min. 6/Max. 16
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510109-A3 2&3 W 8/31-10/12 9:00A-9:45A $75 $113
510109-B1 2&3 F
9/2-10/14 3:00P-3:45P $75 $113
510109-B2 4-6 F
9/2-10/14 3:45P-4:45P $75 $113
510109-B3** 2&3 F
10/28-12/16 3:00P-3:45P $75 $113
510109-B4** 4-6 F
10/28-12/16 3:45P-4:45P $75 $113
Note: Each week instructor will let you know which sport and where you will
be playing. Please wear gym shoes. Inclement weather for First Session you
will be inside at The CORE Gym 3.
All Star Sports Soccer (Ages 3 - 6)
Dribbling, passing and shooting will be covered through fun
games that keep everyone moving. This class is great for
coordination and self-esteem. Main objective is to have fun!
(TP) Class Will Not Meet On: 9/3, 9/5, 10/31, 11/21, 11/26
Location: Centennial Park Soccer Field U6-1 behind
Miracle Field-centerfield (1st Session Only) - CORE Gym 2
(2nd Session)
Min. 6/Max. 16
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510107-A1 3&4 M 8/29-10/17 3:45P-4:30P $75 $113
510107-A2 4-6 M 8/29-10/17 4:30P-5:30P $75 $113
510107-B1 3&4 Sa 8/27-10/15 11:00A-11:45A $75 $113
510107-B2 4-6 Sa 8/27-10/15 11:45A-12:45P $75 $113
510107-C1 3&4 W 8/31-10/12 10:30A-11:15A $75 $113
510107-A3 3&4 M 10/24-12/12 3:45P-4:30P $65 $98
510107-A4 4-6 M 10/24-12/12 4:30P-5:30P $65 $98
510107-B3 3&4 Sa 10/29-12/17 11:00A-11:45A $75 $113
510107-B4 4-6 Sa 10/29-12/17 11:45A-12:45P $75 $113
Note: Please wear shin guards & gym shoes. Centennial Park-Field North of
Miracle Field (1st session only.) Any Inclement weather during the 1st
session, we will be going indoors to the CORE Gym. On 12/3 class will be
at Old Quarry Small Gym.
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All Star Sports Basketball (Ages 3 - 6)
Introduce our children to the game of basketball whether they
are beginners or if they need the know how to get to the next
level. Basic skills of dribbling, passing, shooting and defense
will be taught. Games will also be played to show the
importance of teamwork in game situations. (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 9/3 & 11/26
Location: CORE Gym 3
Min. 6/Max. 16
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510110-A1 3&4 Sa 8/27-10/15 9:00A-9:45A $75 $113
510110-A2 4-6 Sa 8/27-10/15 9:45A-10:45A $75 $113
510110-B1 3&4 W 8/31-10/12 11:15A-12:00P $75 $113
510110-A3 3&4 Sa 10/29-12/17 9:00A-9:45A $75 $113
510110-A4 4-6 Sa 10/29-12/17 9:45A-10:45A $75 $113
Note: We will have portable lil tykes’ baskets. Please wear gym shoes.
Class on Saturday, 12/3 class will be at Old Quarry Small Gym.
All Star Sports Basketball Level II (Ages 5 - 7)
Take it to the next level with the level II Basketball class. This
class enhances the basics already taught in level I. Level II
concentrates more on teamwork and game situations. Man-toman and zone defense is both taught along with offensive
strategies that are guaranteed to keep the players moving.
(TP) Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23
Location: CORE Gym 3
Min. 6/Max. 16
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510116-A1
W
8/31-10/12
5:30P-6:30P $75 $113
510116-A2
W
10/26-12/14 5:30P-6:30P $75 $113
All Star Sports Basketball Level II (Ages 7 - 12)
Basic skills of dribbling, passing, shooting, and defense will be
taught. Speed and agility will be added to increase core
strength and mobility. Games will also be played to show the
importance of teamwork in game situations. (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/23
Location: CORE Gym 3
Min. 6/Max. 16
CODE
AGE DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
510117-A1 10-12 W 8/31-10/12 3:30P-4:30P $75 $113
510117-A2 7-9 W 8/31-10/12 4:30P-5:30P $75 $113
510117-A3 10-12 W 10/26-12/14 3:30P-4:30P $75 $113
510117-A4 7-9 W 10/26-12/14 4:30P-5:30P $75 $113
Registration for August All Star Sport
Classes begins on 8/12/16 for
Residents and Non-Residents!
www.allstarsi.com
All Star Sports Instruction, Inc.
630-584-2956 ~ Coach Bubba
Holiday Youth Sports Camps
All American Basketball Academy Camps
(Ages 6 - 13)
All American Basketball Academy
Shooting Focus Camp (Ages 6 - 13)
ALL NEW HOLIDAY CAMPS this year will focus on teaching
through video analysis (instant feedback) and games, games,
games. Parents rave about our methods, which instill selfconfidence, leadership and sportsmanship through positive
motivation & high-energy coaches! From new players to those
with experience, all will advance in overall skill & athleticism
utilizing our unique 3-tiered sports performance training
method, including video analysis for instant feedback. This year
we offer a 4-day camp focused on all offensive skills such as
dribbling, passing, rebounding, etc... We offer a second 3-day
camp focused purely on shooting technique and game scenario
learning. We are so confident your child will love our camps, we
offer a 100% money back guarantee! How many other camps
will do that? Sign up before Dec 1st and receive a free video
profile and analysis ($75 value). We offer a 2-camp discount as
well as a 15% discount for siblings. (TP)
Instructor: Coach Sam Rizzo & All American Basketball
Academy Staff
Class Will Not Meet On: 12/31 & 1/1
Location: CORE Gym 3
Min. 15/Max. 50
SIGN UP FOR BOTH CAMPS AND SAVE!
CODE
AGE DAYS DATES TIME
RES NR
520307-A1 6-9 Tu-F 12/27-1/4 9:30A-12:30P $185 $195
& M-W
520307-A2 9-13 Tu-F 12/27-1/4 1:00P-4:00P $185 $195
& M-W
NOTE: Basketball will be provided. Bring a sack lunch, snack & water bottle.
This 3-day camp will focus on purely on shooting technique and
game scenario learning. We are so confident your child will love
our camps, we offer a 100% money back guarantee! How
many other camps will do that? Sign up before Dec. 1st and
receive a free video profile and analysis ($75 value). We offer a
2-camp discount as well as a 15% discount for siblings. (TP)
Instructor: Coach Sam Rizzo & All American Basketball
Academy Staff
Location: CORE Gym 3
Min. 15/Max. 50
CODE
AGE DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
520306-A1 6-9 M-W 1/2-1/4
9:30A-12:30P $99 $109
520306-B1 9-13 M-W 1/2-1/4
1:00P-4:00P $99 $109
Note: Basketballs are provided. Bring a water bottle and snack each day.
All American Basketball Academy
Skills Focus Camp (Ages 6 - 13)
This 4-day camp will focus on all offensive skills such as
dribbling, passing, rebounding, etc... Sign up before Dec. 1st
and receive a free video profile and analysis ($75 value). We
offer a 2-camp discount as well as a 15% discount for siblings.
(TP)
Instructor: Coach Sam Rizzo & All American Basketball
Academy Staff
Location: CORE Gym 3
Min. 15/Max. 50
CODE
AGE DAYS DATES
TIME
RES NR
520305-A1 6-9 Tu-F 12/27-12/30 9:30A-12:30P $125 $135
520305-B1 9-13 Tu-F 12/27-12/30 1:00P-4:00P $125 $135
Note: Basketball will be provided. Bring water bottle and snack each day.
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Youth Basketball Leagues
Recreational Basketball
Hoops League!
PLAYER’S SKILL ASSESSMENTS
RIVER VALLEY ~ 7 - 8:30 PM
Recreational Basketball Hoops League
River Valley School Gym
This program will provide boys and girls 3rd – 8th grades with
the opportunity to learn and play basketball competitively.
Participants will have weekly games, starting in January and
can expect to have practice one day a week and a 10-game
schedule. Practices begin in November and the season will
run from January through March, 2017. Parents and adult
volunteers can coach, but they too will receive education and
must volunteer for ASEP certification. Games will be officiated
by certified referees. Schedules and scores will be posted on
our web site: www.lemontparkdistrict.org. Pick up a PLAYER
information packet at the Service Desk for grade level you are
playing and return as soon as possible. Available on-line will
be player information packets, player and parent manuals and
coach’s manuals. (TP)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th
REGISTRATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
AFTER ASSESSMENT WEEK.
EARLY REGISTRATION FEES (through 10/23/16):
Resident Fee: $143
Non-Resident Fee: $215
Fees 10/24/16 - 10/27/16
Resident Fee: $165
Non-Resident Fee: $248
Mon., Oct. 24th
3 Grade Boys & Girls
5th & 6th Grade Girls
Tues., Oct. 25th
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4 Grade Boys & Girls
Wed., Oct. 26th
5th & 6th Grade Boys
Thurs., Oct. 27th
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7 & 8th Grade Boys & Girls
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CODE
521101-A1
521101-A2
521101-A3
521101-A4
521101-A5
521101-A6
GRADE
3rd Grade
4th Grade
5th Grade
6th Grade
7th Grade
8th Grade
DATE
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
TIME
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
DAY
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M-Th
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The Teams
GIRLS
CODE
521102-A1
521102-A2
521102-A3
521102-A4
521102-A5
521102-A6
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8 – 10 players per team based upon enrollment
Teams divided by gender and grade based on
enrollment - possible co-ed teams for 3rd grade
5th & 6th grade is optional to play co-ed if we do
not have enough girls only teams
Coaches will have their child on their team
10 games season on Saturday’s starting in January
Saturday morning games (9, 10, 11, 12, 1)
League directors will organize a controlled draft
Weekday evening practices 1 or 2 days a week/
1 hour practice (Monday-Thursday)
Practice times 5 pm - 9 pm (younger ages start
early based on coaches schedule)
Post season tournament-ALL teams will qualify
League awards – Each grade level – 1st place &
2nd place
League t-shirts (at end of season) to all members
Team uniforms
Scorekeepers provided
Championship Games will be played on
Saturday, March 18, 2017
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GRADE
3rd Grade
4th Grade
5th Grade
6th Grade
7th Grade
8th Grade
DATE
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
11/7-3/18
TIME
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
5:00P-9:00P
DAY
M-Th
M-Th
M-Th
M-Th
M-Th
M-Th
NOTE: Games are played every Saturday, beginning January 14, 2017,
starting at 9 am til 2 pm. Championship Games will be played on Saturday,
March 18, 2017. We will have co-ed teams in 3rd Grade! 5th and 6th
Grades girls is optional to play co-ed if we don’t have enough girls
teams.
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/21, 11/22, 11/23, 11/24, 12/26, 12/27, 12/28,
12/29, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/9, 1/16, 2/20
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2 Coaches per team, they must be certified
(attend LPD sponsored class) see next page
Coaches will receive & accept instruction from
League Directors
Coaches will be selected by League Directors
Coaches will select their team from draft - coaches
must attend skill assessment for day & grade you
want to coach
Will have 2-6 practices before the season begins
Weekly practices (except when the gym is not
available)
Team Pictures in February
The Players
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Uniforms will be screened shirts & shorts
Must attend a Skill Assessment Day to be placed
on a team
Must bring their OWN ball labeled with their last
name. 28.5 Ball Boys grades 3rd – 5th & ALL GIRLS
Regulation Ball 6th – 8th Grades
Youth Basketball Leagues
COACHES CORNER!
Coaches Clinics ASEP (Ages 21+)
If you want to be a coach or an assistant coach, sign up NOW.
This is for NEW coaches who are not certified. Don’t fall
through the cracks, come sign up and coach one of these
teams. We believe every child’s coach needs a good background. Coaches who take this course will automatically go into
our National Coaches Registry which will entitle them to
discounts on books, videos and DVD’s from ASEP and Human
Kinetics. All Coaches will be held accountable for their
behaviors. It will be the Coach’s and the Assistant Coach’s
responsibility to keep their certification current. This certification
is only for those who want to coach in our Recreational Hoops
League.
If you have coached the past three seasons, your certification
has expired and you need to get re-certified for the next three
years. Sign up for this ASEP re-certification course-Coaches
Training/ American Sport Education Program. This
certification is only for those coaching in our recreational
hoops program. (TP)
Instructor: Sam Rizzo
Location: Arts & Crafts Room @ Centennial Comm. Ctr
Min. 10/Max.30
CODE
DAY DATE TIME
RES/NR
540701-A1 (New)
Th
11/3
6:30P-9:00P FREE
540701-A2 (Recert.) Th
11/3
6:30P-9:00P FREE
Note: Criminal background check release required.
Itty Bitty HOOPS League
(Ages 6 - 8)
This program will provide boys and girls in 1st & 2nd grade
ONLY, the opportunity to learn and play competitive basketball.
Participants will have a weekly one hour practice and game
time combined that will be during the week. Practice/games will
begin in October, 2016 and run through December, 2016. (TP)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/22
REGISTRATION DEADLINE; SEPT. 27TH
LATE REGISTRATION FEES BEGINNING SEPT. 28TH WILL
BE $85 FOR RESIDENTS AND $128 FOR NON-RESIDENTS
Location: CORE Gym 3
Min. 32/Max. 64
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
521103-A1 Tu
10/11-12/20 5:30P-6:30P
$60 $90
OR 6:30P-7:30P
Note: Games will be officiated by coaches. Every player must fill out a player
registration packet and return as soon as possible to Service Desk. Player
registration packets and player and parent manuals are available on line.
Regulation ball for this age group is 28.5.
Itty Bitty League 6-8 players per team ~ No Score Keeping ~
8’ Baskets/Short courts ~ Co-Ed Teams ~ Volunteer Coaches ~
28.5 Size Ball ~ 8-10 game season ~ Awards ~ Weekday
practice/game Tuesdays Only (5:30-6:30 pm or 6:30-7:30 pm)
Itty Bitty Teams 1 or 2 Coaches per team ~ Coaches will
receive & accept instruction from League Directors ~ League
Directors will pick teams (Week of October 4th) ~ Coaches will
then contact the players picked on their team & send out emails
or make calls.
Itty Bitty Players Uniform T-shirts only (Players need to wear a
pair of BLACK shorts)
Itty Bitty Coaches (Ages 21 & Up)
CERTIFIED LPD YOUTH COACHES
If you have coached previously and are certified with ASEP,
please call Toni Paolini at 630-257-6787 ext. 3005 or email her
at [email protected] to be added to the
coaches list for grade level wishing to coach for the upcoming
2016-2017 season. Criminal background check release
required. MUST ATTEND ASSESSMENT DAY FOR THE
GRADE YOU WANT TO COACH.
This is a volunteer position.1 Head Coach &
1 Assistant coach per team for the league. There
will be a discount rate for 1 registration fee for
volunteer coaches that help run a team. Discount
will be applied to your account in November.
20% discount for Head Coach
10% discount for Assistant Coach
Contact Toni Paolini @ 630-257-6787 x 3005
CODE
DAYS DATES
TIME
521199-A1 Tu
10/11-12/20 5:30P-7:30P
Recreational Hoops League Coaches
This is a volunteer position. 1 Head Coach &
1 Assistant coach per team for the league to run.
There will be a discount rate for volunteer coaches
that help run a team. Discount will be applied
to your account in February.
50% discount for Head Coach
25% discount for Assistant Coach
All coaches wanting to coach must attend
assessment day & grade you want to coach.
Contact Toni Paolini @ 630-257-6787 x 3005.
Criminal background check release
required for all volunteer coaches.
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Adult Athlecs & Leagues
Pickleball - Adults (Ages 21 +)
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of
badminton, tennis and table tennis. It is easy to learn, good
exercise and a fun game. The Open Gym Schedule, which
pickleball is included in, is available at The CORE Service Desk
and online on The CORE page at www.LemontParkDistrict.org.
Rates are $2 per resident and $3 per non-resident. Wear
comfortable clothing, gym shoes required. You must bring your
own paddles. Balls are supplied. For more information, please
contact Facility Manager Anthony Morelli at 630-257-6787 ext.
3034 or email at [email protected]
Fall Co-Rec Volleyball (Ages 18 +)
Join us for another exciting season of co-rec volleyball. Men
and women of all different skill levels will play in this league.
The number of games will be based on the number of teams
registered as well as a single elimination post season
tournament - skill levels include Gold and Silver Divisions. If
your team has played in the same division and won the post
season tournament two years in a row you will automatically be
moved up to the next division. (AM)
Class Will Not Meet On: 11/14, 11/25, 12/2
Location: CORE Gym 1 & 2
Min. 4/Max. 8
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
541106-A1 F
9/16-12/9 7:00P-10:00P $420 $500
541106-A2 F
9/16-12/9 7:00P-10:00P $420 $500
NOTE: A1 is Gold; A2 is Silver.
Adult Basketball League (Ages 18 +)
Join us for another exciting season of basketball this year at
The CORE. The league will play a regular season, plus a single
elimination post-season tournament. League games will based
upon the number of teams registered as well as the post season. (AM)
Location: CORE Gym 2 & 3
Min. 4/Max. 14
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
FEE
641105-A1 W
1/18-3/22
7:00P-10:00P $600
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INDOOR POOL RENTALS!
Enjoy the next event you’re celebrating at our indoor pool
at The CORE where you can swim no matter what the
weather* may be! Rental rooms are available at the CORE
in one-hour increments. Our indoor pool is available for
private parties or parties during our public swim hours.
Please visit our website at www.lemontparkdistrict.org
or call Christine Aguirre at 630-257-6787 ext. 3002
for more information.
*Pool will be closed during severe weather.
Tennis & Racquetball
Tennis Lessons - Beginner & Advanced
(Ages 19 +)
Beginner: This program is for the player who has no formal
instruction and looking for the basics. The basic strokes that
will be taught are the forehand, backhand, volley, overhead
and serve. Fun games and basic rules of tennis will be
taught. (TP)
Min. 4/Max. 8
Centennial Park -Tennis Court #1
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
540103-A1 F
9/16-10/21 9:30A-10:30A $80 $120
Advanced: This program is for the player who has the
knowledge of the forehand, backhand, volley, overhead
serves. Basic strategies and tactics will be taught for
singles and doubles. (TP)
Min. 4/Max. 8
Centennial Park -Tennis Court #1
CODE
DAY DATES
TIME
RES NR
540103-A2 F
9/16-10/21 8:00A-9:30A $130 $195
Note: Must bring your own racquet. Balls will be supplied. Any rain-outs
will be made up at the end of the session. Instructor will advise.
Instructor: Dana Graczyk
Enjoy a hearty, healthy racquetball, handball or wallyball
workout with the Lemont Park District. Reservations are taken
on the hour only. Persons without I.D. cards may only make
reservations up to two hours in advance. Courts must be
cancelled 24 hours in advance or you will be charged for the
court time.
I.D. CARDS
I.D. cards or CORE Membership cards are required to make
court reservations up to one week in advance. Cards are good
for a full year.
Resident: $17
Non-Resident: $24.50
Full-time Student Resident: $8
Full-time Student Non-Resident: $16
Men’s Racquetball League (Ages 18 +)
Centennial-Racquetball Courts
This is a great league for anyone who enjoys playing
racquetball and having some friendly competition! All skill
levels welcome! The number of participants will determine
the length of the season. League participants will split the
court costs for each match. Players may change dates and
times if rescheduling is needed. See league rules for
make-up deadline. For your safety, eye guards are
recommended. All matches do NOT have to be played on
Saturdays, this is just reservation date and all matches will
be scheduled between the participants. Participants will
have one week to schedule their match. (AM)
A2 is Gold and A3 is Silver.
Location: Centennial Racquetball Courts
Min. 4/Max. 10
CODE
DAY
DATES
TIME
FEE
541199-A2 Sa
9/10-12/10 9:00A-1:00P
$9
541199-A3 Sa
9/10-12/10 9:00A-1:00P
$9
Note: League members must have a racquetball I.D. card in order to
make non-league court reservations. *Fee: $9.00 plus court costs.
PERMANENT COURT TIME
Permanent court time requests for racquetball, wallyball and
handball will be accepted beginning September 1st at 9:00 am
at Centennial Community Center. Requests for permanent
court time will be taken on a first come, first serve basis for the
Sept. 2016 - August 2017 season. Reservations will be taken
year-round with an automatic end date of August 31st.
Reservations must be made in person, form filled out, and full
payment made at the time of registration. All requests can be
tailored to fit your schedule. Permanent court time may last
from 5 weeks to 52 weeks with discounts offered. Scheduled
leagues and park district programs take precedence over
permanent court time requests.
COURT RATES
DAY
CCC Hours
RES
NR
Mon-Fri 8 am - 9 pm
$7
$11
Sat.
8 am - 2 pm
$7
$11
Sun.
Closed
Closed on designated holidays.
Last court time is one hour before closing.
WALLYBALL
$12
$12
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WITH YOUR HELP,
LEMONT PARK DISTRICT
KEEP THINGS...
GREEN
Whether its helping preserve a natural habitat
or making recycling available, the Lemont Park
District is connuously working on GREEN iniaves to help the environment!
What is “Being GREEN?”
It means looking at what you do or don’t do and how it impacts the environment around you.
Recycling is a big part of being GREEN. Below are some recycling guidelines.
METALS
GLASS
1. Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to run
a TV for three hours or the equivalent of one half gallon of
gasoline.
2. Once an aluminum can is recycled, it can be part of a new
can within six weeks.
3. During the time it takes you to read this sentence, 50,000
12-ounce aluminum cans are made.
4. An aluminum can that is thrown away will still be a can
500 years from now!
1. Every month, we throw out enough recyclable glass
bottles and jars to fill up a giant skyscraper.
2. The energy saved from recycling one glass bottle can run
a 100-watt light bulb for four hours. It also causes 20%
less air pollution and 50% less water pollution than when a
new bottle is made from raw materials.
3. A modern glass bottle would take 4000 years or more to
decompose and even longer if it’s in the landfill.
PAPER
1. More than 20,000,000 Hershey’s Kisses are wrapped each
day, using 133 square miles of tinfoil. All that foil is
recyclable, but not many people realize it.
2. Every week about 20 species of plants and animals
become extinct!
3. McDonald’s saves 68,000,000 pounds of packaging per
year just by pumping soft drink syrup directly from the
delivery truck into tanks in the restaurant instead of
shipping the syrup in cardboard boxes!
4. Rainforests are being cut down at the rate of 100 acres
per minute!
1. To produce each week’s Sunday newspapers, 500,000
trees must be cut down.
2. Recycling a single run of the Sunday New York Times
would save 75,000 trees.
3. If all our newspaper was recycled, we could save about
250,000,000 trees each year!
4. If all Americans recycled one tenth of their newspapers,
we would save about 25,000,000 trees a year.
PLASTIC
1. Plastic bags and plastic garbage thrown into the ocean
kill as many as 1,000,000 sea creatures every year!
2. Americans throw away 25,000,000 plastic beverage
bottles every hour!
3. Recycling plastic saves twice as much energy as burning it
in an incinerator.
Recycling FUN Facts!
Within 10 years, wind power could provide 20% of
America’s power. North Dakota alone could theoretically
produce enough wind-generated power to meet the needs of
more than one fourth of U.S. electricity demand. Off-shore
wind turbines have the potential to produce as much power
as all of the power plants in the United States.
What can you do to help reduce, reuse and recycle?
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16028 127 Street
Abbey Oaks Park
1347 St Vincents Drive
Amberwood Park
2300 Walker Road
Ashbury Park
1400 West 128 Street
Bambrick Park
1330 Smith Road
Briarcliffe Park
13440 Briarcliffe
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Brown Park
20 East Custer Street
Carriage Park
1039 Blacksmith Lane
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Centennial Community Center 16028 127th Street
Centennial Park
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16028 127 Street
Connemara Park
12815 Waterford
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The CORE Fitness & Aquatics
th
16050 127 Street
Complex
1003 Covington Drive
Covington North Park
1257 Covington Drive
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Derby Park
1248 Country Lane
Hilltop Park
690 Kruk Street
Jaycee Park
1127 Glenys Drive
Kensington Park
13608 Cambridge Drive
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381 Fourth Street
Legion Park
111 Main Street
Lions Park
60 West Roberta Street
16421 Christopher
1115 McCarthy
Rolling Meadows Park
16526 Pasture
Virginia Reed Park
51 Eureka Avenue
RULES
Mayfair Park
Northview Park
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Covington Knolls Park
Fordham Park
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Parks are closed from dusk to No glass containers in parks.
dawn unless authorized by LPD.
Golf is prohibited on District
property.
All dogs must be on a leash
and kept under control. Owners
Please play carefully.
are responsible for cleaning up
after their dogs.
Use equipment properly.
Do not use wet equipment.
Wear proper shoes in parks
and on equipment. No bare feet!
Adult supervision is recommended.
No Smoking on District property including
tobacco products and e-cigarettes.
Report Vandalism!
Help protect our parks!
Call 911 to report suspicious
activity or call 630-257-6787
with information
regarding vandalism.
Lemont Park Foundaon
The Lemont Park
Foundation is a
non-profit charitable
organization designed to
help enhance the
Park District experience
for our community
through its events and
programs. Our Board of
Directors is made up of Lemont residents
who volunteer their time and passion to
this most rewarding endeavor.
THANK YOU to the Lemont Park Foundation
for the donation of the movie screen
for Lemont Park District events!
‡ Our Helping Hand Program provides assistance to Lemont residents who
may not otherwise be financially able to participate in Park District
programs. For an application, please visit the Foundation page at
www.LemontParkDistrict.org.
‡ Our Tree and Bench Dedication Program is a gift you can give to honor a
special person, occasion or as a lasting memorial to a loved one.
‡ The LPF is looking for new members who would love an opportunity to
give back to their community and make a difference in someone’s life.
Whether you are looking to join our board or volunteer at one of our
events, we have a place for you!
‡ AmazonSmile - You shop, Amazon gives! Shop at smile.amazon.com,
select the Lemont Park Foundation as your charitable organization, and
Amazon will make a donation to us!
‡ To learn more about the Lemont Park Foundation, visit us at
www.LemontParkDistrict.org, click on the “About Us” tab and then
on Lemont Park Foundation in the dropdown menu. You can also
visit us on our Facebook page.
Like us on Facebook for more information
about upcoming LPF events, fundraising
and sponsorship opportunities.
www.facebook.com/lemontparkfoundation
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SEASPAR
SEASPAR
(the South East Association for Special Parks
And Recreation) provides recreational programs
and services for individuals with disabilities
served by the Lemont Park District and eleven
other communities.
Fall SEASPAR Program Highlights
Sports • Trips • Social Programs • Special Events • And More!
Programs and Events at The CORE
Weekly Programs
Swimming Lessons • Mondays • All Ages
Aqua Exercise & Healthy Snack • Tuesdays • Ages 16+
Workout Warriors • Thursdays • Ages 11–15
Special Olympics Basketball Practice • Saturdays • Ages 16+
Special Events
Swim & Sensory • Saturday, October 8 • Ages 11–15
Swim & Sensory • Saturday, October 15 • Ages 5–10
Fall Pool Party • Saturday, November 12 • Ages 16+
Holiday Pool Party • Sunday, December 18 • Ages 16+
Trivia Challenge
Embark on the “trivial pursuit” of a $500 cash prize at SEASPAR’s Trivia Challenge!
Friday, October 21 • American Legion, Downers Grove • Doors open at 6 p.m.
$25/person. $200/table of 10. Proceeds benefit SEASPAR’s programs and services.
Open to the public! Register online at SEASPAR.org, or call 630.960.7600.
Look for our fall program guide in July!
The South East Association for Special Parks And Recreation
provides dynamic recreation programs and quality services
for individuals with disabilities served by the park districts of
Clarendon Hills, Darien, Downers Grove, La Grange, La Grange
Park, Lemont, Lisle, Westmont, and Woodridge, and the
villages of Brookfield, Indian Head Park, and Western Springs.
4500 Belmont Road
Downers Grove, IL 60515
630.960.7600
630.960.7605 TDD
Discover Us!
SEASPAR.org
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LPD Info & Policies A - Z
Advertising Opportunities
Reach every home in Lemont with
your business message! Our program
guide goes out to 9,000 homes three
times a year. A variety of advertising
options are available. Contact
Carrie Dellamano at 630.257.6787,
ext. 3012 or by email at [email protected] to
learn more detailed information.
Americans with Disabilities Act
Compliance
The Lemont Park District advocates
for full participation under the
Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA). Any questions or concerns in
regard to the ADA should be directed
to Dawn Banks, Director of
Maintenance and Planning/ADA
Compliance Officer at Lemont Park
District, 16028 127th Street, Lemont,
IL 60439 or at 630-257-6787 ext.
3024.
Behavior Policy
Participants are expected to exhibit
appropriate behavior at all times. The
following guidelines have been
developed to help make programs
safe and enjoyable for all participants. Participants shall: 1) show
respect to all participants, staff,
volunteers, equipment, supplies and
facilities; 2) refrain from using
abusive or foul language; 3) refrain
from threatening or causing bodily
harm to self, other participants or
staff.
The park district reserves the right to
dismiss a participant from a program
if their behavior or language is
deemed inappropriate by staff.
Lemont Park District applies a
positive approach to discipline. Our
staff will work with SEASPAR
Special Parks & Recreation
and parents when special
accommodations are necessary due
to a participant’s disability. Lemont
Park District reserves the right to
dismiss a participant whose behavior
endangers his or her own safety or
the safety of others.
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Cancellations
Lemont Park District reserves the
right to cancel, postpone any classes
or rentals, or combine classes as
necessary. Classes may be cancelled
due to low enrollment. Don’t wait
until the last minute to register! All
cancellations for classes or rentals
must be made M-F, 9 am-5 pm, at
least 48 hours prior to the start of a
class. A $4 service fee will be
deducted from all refund requests for
each class that is cancelled. All
facility cancellations are subject to
cancellation fees.
Childcare
As a service to our CORE Members,
childcare is available at The CORE.
Editorial Policy/Errors
We make every effort to ensure the
accuracy of the information in our
publications. But sometimes an error
occurs resulting in changes in fees,
schedules, etc. LPD reserves the right to
make any such changes. If this happens,
changes will be posted at www.lemontparkdistrict.org and in the master copy at
the front desk of Centennial Community Center and The CORE. Thank you
in advance for your patience and
understanding.
Employment Information
If you’re enthusiastic & responsible,
we’d like you to join our team.
For open positions, visit
www.lemontparkdistrict.org.
Gift Certificates
Give the gift of fun! LPD gift
certificates can be used as payment
toward any of our hundreds of
programs or activities. They can be
purchased in any denomination
and are available year-round at the
front desk of The CORE.
Lemont Park Foundation
The Lemont Park Foundation was
established for the purpose of
improving, providing and expanding
Lemont Park District facilities and
resources. See p.46 for more detailed
information.
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Foundation Helping Hand
Award Program
The Lemont Park Foundation
Helping Hand Program is designed
to provide financial assistance to
residents of the Lemont Park District
in need, to enable them to participate
in the Lemont Park District programs
and/or facilities. The Lemont Park
Foundation, working with the
Executive Director of the Park, will
attempt to provide a scholarship to a
needy individual or family.
Applications are confidential and the
recipient parent or guardian is
required to volunteer their time at a
park district or community event.
Contact Carrie Dellamano at
630.257.6787, ext. 3012 or [email protected] for
more information.
Foundation Memorial
Bench/Tree Program
Through the Memorial Tree and
Bench Program, friends and family
can provide a unique dedication to
loved ones by placing a tree or bench
in one of the beautiful parks in the
Lemont Park District. This historical
dedication provides a lasting
remembrance in honor of a loved
one and enhances the meaning of a
tree or bench to observers or park
patrons. Learn more on p.46.
Memory Maker Program Guide
LPD publishes program guides three
times a year: Summer, Fall and
Winter/Spring.
Minimum/Maximum
Class Numbers
Each program offered has a minimum
number of participants needed for the
class to proceed. To maintain our fiscal responsibility to the residents of
Lemont, we will cancel classes or
programs that fail to meet the minimum requirement. The
maximum number represents the
highest amount of registrants allowed
in the class.
LPD Info & Policies A - Z
No Parking
The drives in front of the Centennial
Community Center and The CORE
is a drop off & pick-up area only.
Please DO NOT PARK in
these areas as it is necessary for
emergency vehicles to have
immediate access to the buildings.
Non-Residents
Lemont residents contribute to the
overall financing of LPD through
property taxes. Because of this, they
receive a resident discount rate for
classes, programs and memberships
and receive priority registration.
Non-residents must pay the nonresident rate.
NSF Checks
Checks returned for insufficient funds
will be assessed a $25 service fee.
Observation Policy
We love parents, but.... We ask that
anyone who is not registered for a
class remain outside of the class
room/gym during the program time.
This allows your child to enjoy class
without distraction.
Participant Illness/Attendance
Guidelines
Participants who have a fever or are
sick should not attend classes or
programs. It is the Lemont Park
District’s goal to provide a healthy,
safe place for our participants and
members. The District asks that all
participants and members be free
from the following symptoms for at
least 24 hours before attending the
District. Some examples of illness
are listed below but not limited to
fever, vomiting/diarrhea, excessive
coughing, green or yellow runny
nose, discharge in or around eyes,
questionable rash or any communicable Disease. District staff are not
medical care providers but reserve
the right to send participants home if
they are showing symptoms of being
ill.
Photo Policy
We like to take pictures of people
having fun! By registering for
classes/programs, joining The CORE
and attending special events at LPD,
you agree to let us use the photos in
our publications, advertisements and
on our web site. If you don’t want
your photo used, you must submit a
written request to the park
administration.
Photo Submissions
If you have great photos of you and
your family enjoying LPD events
and activities, we would love to use
them! Send your pictures (identifying
who, what, where & when) to
the Marketing Dept., 16028 127th St.,
Lemont, IL 60439. Digital pictures
can be submitted to [email protected]
Picnic Permit Reservations
Picnic permit reservations will begin
on January 18, 2016, for the 2016
season. All reservations are taken on
a first-come, first-serve basis.
Reservations must be made in
person. All fees are due when
making reservations. Persons using
Park District picnic sites are required
to provide the Park District with
insurance information regarding any
rentals of inflatable apparatus,
carnival games or other rental items
to be placed on District property.
Refunds
No refunds will be issued after a class
has begun. Participants will receive a
full refund if the park district cancels a
program. Refunds are mailed out only
on the second Tuesday of each month.
Refunds for trips can’t be given once
the registration deadline has passed.
Note: If you cancel a class more than
48 hours before it starts, you will
receive a full refund minus a $4
service fee. The $4 fee will be
charged for each class cancelled.
Resident Rate
The Lemont Park District reserves
the right to request proof of
residency prior to processing a
registration. Proof may be your Cook
County Tax Bill, voter’s
registration card or driver’s license.
Smoking Policy
Smoking is prohibited on all Park
District property. This includes
tobacco products, medical marijuana
and e-cigarettes.
Sponsorship Opportunities
We have many opportunities to
sponsor programs or special events.
By partnering with LPD, you are
aligning your business with
events/programs that are active, fun
& healthy! Contact Carrie Dellamano
at 630.257.6787, ext. 3012 or by email
at [email protected]
lemontparkdistrict.org to learn more
detailed information.
Vandalism
The Lemont Park District spends
thousands of dollars a year repairing
damage caused by vandals. Although
we take many steps to prevent these
incidents, we still need your help.
Call 911 to report suspicious activity
or 630.257.6787 to report vandalism.
give Volunteer Project
This is a great place to achieve
community service hours or feel
rewarded helping out in the
community. Flexible schedules
available. Contact Pam Carter at
630-257-6787, ext, 3001 for more
information!
Wait List
When maximum enrollment has
been reached for a particular class or
program, we will begin a wait list.
Registration
See p.12 for information and p.50-51
for forms.
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Registraon
Registration Made EASY
from Start to Finish!
ways to
register!
5
Proof of Residency The Lemont Park District reserves the right
to request proof of residency prior to processing a registration.
Proof may be your Cook County tax bill, voter’s registration card
or driver’s license.
1
Real-Time Online
Registration! Go online at
LemontParkDistrict.org
beginning August 20th and
register through our REAL-TIME
WebTrac Reservation System!
2
Walk-in and bring your
completed forms
beginning August 20th.
Mail registration forms to
3
16028 127th Street,
Lemont, IL, 60439
4
Drop off completed
registration forms upon
receipt of this brochure and
random processing will begin on
August 22nd.
5
Fax completed registration
forms to 630-257-6944
upon receipt of brochure.
Random processing begins
August 22nd.
Non-Resident Registration
begins on August 27th.
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Non-Residents Lemont residents contribute to the overall
financing of LPD through property taxes. Because of this,
residents pay a lesser fee than non-residents and receive priority
registration.
Minimum/Maximum Class Numbers Each program offered
has a minimum number of participants needed for the class to
proceed. To maintain our fiscal responsibility to the residents of
Lemont, we will cancel classes/programs that fail to meet the
minimum requirement. The maximum number represents the
highest amount of registrants allowed in the class.
Cancellations We reserve the right to cancel, postpone, or
combine classes as necessary. Classes may be cancelled due
to low enrollment. So, don’t wait until the last minute to
register! If a guest would like to cancel their registration for a
class or program, cancellations must be made M-F, 9 am - 5 pm,
at least 48 hours prior to the start of a class. A $4 service fee will
be deducted from all refund requests for each class that is
cancelled.
Wait List When maximum enrollment has been reached for
a particular class or program, we will begin a wait list.
Refunds No refunds will be issued after a class has begun.
Participants will receive a full refund if the park district cancels a
program. Refunds are mailed out only on the second Tuesday of
each month. Refunds for trips can’t be given once the registration
deadline has passed. Note: If you cancel a class more than 48
hours before it starts, you will receive a full refund minus a $4
service fee. The $4 fee will be charged for each class cancelled.
Misc. Registration Info You may register for yourself and your
immediate family only! Program Waivers must be signed for all
programs and class by the starting date. Please fill out the
registration form in it’s entirety as this may result in a delay in
processing. If you have never registered for a program at the
Lemont Park District, you are required to register in person the
first time.
Registraon Form
Lemont Park District’s
To Submit this form:
Fax: 630-257-6944
Mail/Drop-Off:
Centennial Community Center
or The CORE
16028 127th Street,
Lemont, Illinois 60439
Guardian’s First AND Last Name:_________________________________________
Address:_____________________________________________________________
City:________________________Zip Code:______________Date:______________
Home Phone:____________________________________Cell/Emergency Phone:_____________________________________
Email:___________________________________________________________________________________________________
The Lemont Park District welcomes individuals with disabilities into its programs. Please describe any accommodations
needed:__________________________________________________________________________________________________
Participant’s 1st Name:
Class Number
Program Name:
Fee
I would like to donate to the Lemont Park District Foundation in the amount of $___________.
(To learn more about the Lemont Park Foundation, see page 46 of this brochure.)
Gender
Date of Birth
Total Enclosed:
$______________
I have read and understand the waiver and release of information on the back of this form. My signature, or the
guardian’s signature if participant is under 18, is required to participate in the Lemont Park District programs.
Any faxed registration forms/signatures will be considered the same as an original form.
Signature:______________________________________________________________Date:_______________
Payment Options:
_____Cash (During walk-in registration only.)
_____Check (Made payable to Lemont Park District.)
_____Credit Card (Visa, Discover or Mastercard)
Visa
Mastercard
Discover
Card #:__________________________________________
Exp. Date:________________
Signature:_________________________________
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Waiver and Release Form
Waiver and Release
Read carefully!
The Lemont Park District is committed to conducting its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safety of
participants in high regard. The Lemont Park District continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety
rules and instructions that are designed to protect the participants’ safety. However, participants and parents/guardians of minors registering for this program/activity must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in recreational activities. You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or skilled for the activities
contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way or recently suffered
an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.
Warning of Risk
Despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a risk of serious injury
when participating in any recreational activity/program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Participants must
understand that certain risks, dangers and injuries due to acts of God, inclement weather, slipping, falling, equipment failure, failure of
supervision, premise defects and all other circumstances inherent to recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Lemont Park District to guarantee absolute safety.
Waiver & Release of All Claims & Assumption of Risk
Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in this program/activity, you will be expressly assuming
the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might
sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity (including transportation vehicles when provided).
I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in this program/activity, and I voluntarily
agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as
a result of said participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or
my child/ward) as a result of participating in this program/activity against the Lemont Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers and employees (hereinafter collectively referred as Lemont Park District).
I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Lemont Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss
that my minor child/ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward and arising out of, connecting with, or in
any way associated with this program/activity. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering a minor participant, I further attest that I have read the above to my
minor child/ward.
Any faxed registration forms/signatures will be considered the same as an original form.
Participation will be denied if the signature of an adult participant or the parent/guardian are not on the front of this waiver.
SMILE!
During the course of park district activities and programs, videos and/or photographs are
occasionally taken of participants. The signee understands the Lemont Park District may use
these photos and videotapes on their website, the LPD Facebook page, in their publications
and for promotional purposes. All items remain the property of the Lemont Park District.
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