Current Program Guide - Wheeling Park District

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Current Program Guide - Wheeling Park District
WINTER/SPRING
2015 – 2016
847-465-3333
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WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
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SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 12.
For more information
847-465-2943
Conveniently located in the
Community Recreation Center (CRC)
333 W. Dundee Road, Wheeling
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BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS
MISSION STATEMENT
TO PROVIDE MEMORABLE EXPERIENCES IN PARKS
& RECREATION THAT ENRICH OUR COMMUNITIES.
SUE STEIN
PRESIDENT
LETTER
BRIAN LICHTENBERGER
VICE PRESIDENT
FROM THE PRESIDENT
Dear residents and guests,
At this special time of year, when friends and family gather together, keep the Wheeling Park District
in mind as the place for memorable experiences.
MIKE BURNS
Join us for the FREE Winter Festival on Sunday, January 17, at the Community Recreation Center
(CRC). All ages will enjoy this celebration of the season with fun activities. Two teen ski trips are planned
for ages 11 to 14, one in January and another in February. Plus, new in 2016, are magic classes (ages 5
to 12) and Cupcake Boss (ages 6 to 12). Details are on page 9. The ice rink will also be open at Heritage
Park/CRC for free skating when weather permits.
CHERI KLUMPP
Like most of us, your New Year’s resolution probably has something to do with health or wellness.
Become a member of your community fitness center. Our experts at the Wheeling Park District Fitness
Center are friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and will make you feel at home. You may also notice some
dust as we make some enhancements to our fitness areas in the next few weeks. We appreciate your
patience and know you’ll enjoy the outcome. Fitness specials are going on throughout January, so stop by
or call the fitness desk for details, at 847-465-2943.
MIKE KURGAN
It’s been great to see so many people enjoying Heritage Park. Enjoy the fresh, crisp air this season and
take in the views along the site’s lake-loop path. It’s a little less than a mile. If you follow the path over the
footbridge to Wolf Road, back along the pedestrian walkway over Buffalo Creek to Lake Heritage, you
will have walked almost two miles. Bring a friend or make it a family activity. April 23 brings the NEW
Family 2K Hustle to Heritage Park. Registration is going on now and more information is included on
the back cover.
RICH ROSEN
Think summer: Summer camp registration starts January 1. Check out the special camp pull-out
section in the center of the brochure. It tells you everything you need to know about summer camp
fun for preschoolers to teens, and includes all the registration forms. Save-the-Date: Plan to attend the
Camp Counselor Meet-n-Greet, Saturday, June 4, 10 a.m. to noon, at the CRC, meet counselors and
staff, learn about camps, and more.
On behalf of the Park District Board of Commissioners and staff, I wish you a joyous holiday season
and a healthy New Year!
Yours in Parks and Recreation,
Sue Stein, President
Board of Commissioners
The Wheeling Park District is governed by a Board of
seven publicly-elected Commissioners who serve four-year
terms without compensation. A photo of Commissioner
James Whittington was not available at press time.
Park District Board meetings take place the 1st and 3rd
Tuesdays of each month at 7:00 pm at various facilities
owned by the Wheeling Park District. Please check the
posted agendas for exact locations.
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUMMER CAMPS
INSERT BETWEEN PAGES 28 & 29
STAFF DIRECTORY
JAN BUCHS
LARRY RAFFEL
JIM WATERSON
3
CALENDAR OF EVENTS 4
[email protected]
FACILITY DIRECTORY 5
AMY RIVAS
DROP-IN REC ACTIVITIES 6
7–9
BIRTHDAY PARTIES 10
FITNESS 11–19
AQUATICS & SWIM LESSONS 20–25
PRESCHOOL 26–27
EARLY CHILDHOOD 28
YOUTH ARTS & DANCE 29–30
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
SUPERINTENDENT OF PLANNING
[email protected]
MATT SMITH
SCOTT PADDACK
[email protected]
SUPERINTENDENT OF FINANCE
[email protected]
JANNETTE NUÑEZ
SHARON SCHOMER
38–39
ADULT ATHLETICS 40–41
48
REGISTRATION FORMS 49–52
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 53
PARKS & FACILITIES 54–56
AREA MAP 57
IMPORTANT DATES
WINTER / SPRING PROGRAMS
JANUARY – MAY
KATIE KLEMKE
ASSISTANT WELLNESS MANAGER
[email protected]
CHEVY CHASE OPERATIONS MANAGER
MARTIAL ARTS WELLNESS MANAGER
[email protected]
SCOTT ANTHONY
[email protected]
[email protected]
REGISTRATION INFORMATION BETH HARRINGTON
GENERAL MANAGER OF CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB
GAYLE JAN
RECREATION SERVICES MANAGER
[email protected]
FACILITY SERVICES CLERK
33–37
45–47
MICHELLE CAPLAN
[email protected]
JOE LOFSNESS
SUPERINTENDENT OF RECREATION SERVICES
[email protected]
GUEST SERVICE MANAGER
32
ATHLETIC COORDINATOR
JENNIFER SWEENEY
[email protected]
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL CARE CHEVY CHASE ATHLETIC COORDINATOR
[email protected]
JILL NOBBE
31
42–44
ATHLETICS PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES MANAGER
[email protected]
NWSRA ADULT ACTIVITIES JAVIER MAZON
DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
[email protected]
42
RECREATION FACILITY MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
ALLEN PARKES
HISTORICAL SOCIETY RON HEIMAN
BRIEN HALTERMAN
HUMAN RESOURCES AND RISK MANAGER
KEVIN ROMEJKO
SUPERINTENDENT OF PARKS AND FACILITY MAINTENANCE
[email protected]
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND RISK MANAGEMENT
31
YOUTH ATHLETICS DIRECTOR OF PARKS AND RECREATION SERVICES
[email protected]
PROGRAM INDEX COMMUNITY EVENTS MATT WEHBY
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
[email protected]
AQUATICS MANAGER
[email protected]
MARY PRILLER
CHEVY CHASE OPERATIONS MANAGER
COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
[email protected]
EDITORIAL POLICY
Although the Wheeling Park District makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the
information in our publications, an occasional error may occur. In the event this happens,
we will advise you of the change as quickly as possible. Thank you in advance for your
patience and understanding.
EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION
The Wheeling Park District is always looking for enthusiastic, responsible workers to join
our team. For open positions, check our website, www.wheelingparkdistrict.com. Submit
applications online. A computer kiosk is available in the lobby of the CRC.
WPD EMAIL UPDATES
Would you like to be included on our email list to receive periodic updates regarding
Wheeling Park District programs and events? Email us at [email protected]
¡ SE HABLA ESPAÑOL!
En el Wheeling Park District, hay empleados que hablan español. Si ud quiere inscribirse
para un programa o una actividad, por favor vanga al Community Recreation Center,
333 W. Dundee Road. Si tiene alguna pregunta con respecto a los diferentes programas
llámenos al 847-465-3334.
RESIDENT REGISTRATION
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27
•
8:00 AM
RESIDENT PRIORITY
REGISTRATION DEADLINE
MONDAY, DECEMBER 14
OPEN REGISTRATION BEGINS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15
2
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
•
•
8:00 AM
847-465-3333
VISIT THE
NEW HERITAGE PARK!
SEE PAGES 48–53 FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION.
WATCH FOR THE SUMMER PROGRAM GUIDE IN EARLY APRIL.
PROGRAM
INDEX
INFANT/TODDLER
UP TO AGE 3
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PROGRAM PAGE AGE
Breakfast with Santa
Calls from the North Pole
Daddy/Daughter Dance
Holiday Egg Hunt
at Arctic Splash
Lollipop Lane
Parent/Child Swim Lessons
Parent Tot Sports
Parent/Tot Swim Drop-in
Parent/Tot Tumbling
Preschool
Spring Egg Scramble
Swim Lessons
Toddler Time
Wiggle Time
Wiggle Time Birthday Party
7
7
9
all
all
2 years+
22
42
23
28
21
28
26–27
9
22
28
28
10
2–8 years
all
6–36 months
2–4 years
toddler w/parent
2–3 years
2–4 years
2–6 years
6–36 months
1–3 years
1–4 years
walker–4 years
PRESCHOOL/KINDERGARTEN
AGES 3–6 YEARS
PROGRAM PAGE AGE
Amazing Art
29
Ballet/Tap
30
Basketball
36
Birthday Parties
10
Bitty Ballet
30
Breakfast with Santa
7
Calls from the North Pole 7
Children In Action 32
Before and After School Care
Daddy/Daughter Dance
9
Dance Recital
30
Digital Piano Lessons
31
Early Scientist
29
FitKids
19
Futsal
35
Golf Group Training
47
Holiday Egg Hunt
at Arctic Splash
22
Indoor Soccer
38
Half Days of School
32
Happy Days-Off
32
Happy Noon Year
8
Hip Hop
30
Ice Princess Social
8
KickboxingKids
19
Lil’ Active Fit Kids
32
Lego Learning
32–33
Lil Pint Hoops
33
Lollipop Lane
42
Magic Workshops
9
Parent Tot Sports
28
Pre-Karate
38–39
Preschool
26–27
Soccer League
34
Spa Retreat
9
Spring Break Camp
32
Spring Egg Scramble
9
Step One Soccer Skills
35
Summer Camp
insert
Swim Lessons
24–25
T-ball
33
T-ball League
37
Tumbling & Gymnastics
33
Up, Up, and Away
29
Wiggle Time
28
Winter Break Camp
32
Winter Festival
8
Young Rembrants
29
ZumbaKids
19
grades K–4
4–6 years
grades K–8
all
3–6 years
all
all
grades K–5
2 years+
3–11 years
5 years+
3–5 years
5–13 years
grades K–8
5–16 years
2–8 years
grades K–8
grades K–5
grades K–8
10 years & under
6–10 years
3–9 years
5–13 years
3–6 years
3–14 years
4–6 years
all
5–12 years
2–4 years
4–7 years
2–4 years
U4–U14
5–11 years
grades K–8
2–6 years
3–6 years
3 years+
3 years+
3–6 years
4–6 years
4–5 years
5–8 years
1–4 years
grades K–8
all
3–5 years
4–14 years
PROGRAM PAGE AGE
Amazing Art
29
grades K–4
Amazing Athletes
19
grades 3–5
Badminton Drop-in
6
10 years+
Ballet/Tap
30
4–11 years
Basketball
36
grades K–8
Birthday Parties
10
all
Boxing
33
7–17 years
Breakfast with Santa
7
all
Calls from the North Pole 7
all
Cheerleading
30
6–10 years
Children In Action 32
grades K–5
Before and After School Care
Cupcake Boss
9
6–12 years
Daddy/Daughter Dance
9
2 years+
Dance Recital
30
3–11 years
Digital Piano Lessons
31
5 years+
FitKids
19
5–13 years
Flag Football
33
grades 1–12
Futsal
35
grades K–8
Golf Group Training
47
5–16 years
Half Days of School
32
grades K–5
Happy Days-Off
32
grades K–8
Happy Noon Year
8
10 years & under
Hip Hop
30
6–10 years
Holiday Egg Hunt
at Arctic Splash
22
2–8 years
Ice Princess Social
8
3–9 years
Ice Skating
6
all
Karate
38–39 4 years+
KickboxingKids
19
5–13 years
Lego Robotics Academy
39
6–14 years
Lollipop Lane
42
all
Magic Workshops
9
5–12 years
Open Gym
6
10 years+
Open Swim
21
all
Scout Badge Program
21
grades 1–8
Soccer League
34
U4–U14
Spa Retreat
9
5–11 years
Spring Break Camp
32
grades K–8
Spring Egg Scramble
9
2–6 years
Summer Camps
insert grades K–8
Swim Lessons
24–25 6 years+
Swim Stroke Clinic
23
8 years+
Tae Kwon Do
38
7 years+
T-ball League
37
4–6 years
Travel Soccer
39
U8–U18
Up, Up, and Away
29
5–8 years
Water Color Arts
29
grades 1–5
Winter Break Camp
32
grades K–8
Winter Festival
8
all
Young Rembrants
29
6–12 years
ZumbaKids
19
4–14 years
MIDDLE SCHOOL/HIGH SCHOOL
PROGRAM PAGE AGE
Badminton Drop-in
Basketball
Boxing
Cheerleading
Counselor in Training (CIT)
Daddy/Daughter Dance
Digital Piano Lessons
Excel as an Athlete
FitKids
Flag Football
Futsal
Futsal Drop-in
Golf Group Training
Group Fitness Classes
Guitar Lessons
Happy Days-Off
6
36
33
34
insert
9
31
19
19
33
35
6
47
17
35
32
10 years+
grades K–8
7–17 years
6–14 years
12–15 years
2 years+
5 years+
grades 6–8
5–13 years
grades 1–12
grades K–8
16 years+
6–15 years
16 years+
5 years+
grades K–8
PROGRAM MIDDLE SCHOOL/HIGH SCHOOL CONT.
PAGE AGE
ADULT CONTINUED
PROGRAM PAGE AGE
Hunter Education Class
Ice Skating
Karate
KickboxingKids
Lego Learning
Open Gym
Open Swim
Pilates/Barre
Bodies Sculpting
Soccer League
Spring Break Camp
Summer Camps
Swim Lessons
Swim Stroke Clinic
Tae Kwon Do
Teen Camp
Teen Ski Trips
Travel Soccer
Yoga
Winter Break Camp
Winter Festival
ZumbaKids
41
6
38–39
19
29
6
21
10 years+
all
7 years+
5–13 years
7–14 years
10 years+
all
6, 41
17
17
15
18 years+
16 years+
16 years+
16 years+
15
34
32
insert
24
23
38
27
8
35
15
32
8
19
14 years+
U4–U14
grades K–8
grades K–8
15 years+
8 years+
7 years+
grades 7–9
11–14 years
U8–U18
14 years+
grades K–8
all
4–14 years
Pickleball Drop-in
Pilates Body Work
Pilates Sculpting
Pilates Reformer Training
Private/Semi-Private
Swim Lessons
Pyramid House Trip
Senior Swim
Spin Classes
Spin and Core
Spin and Stretch
Spin and Weights
Soccer Drop-in
Softball Leagues
Spring Scramble Golf
Stay Fit Fitness
Step, Strength, and Stretch
Swim Lessons
Table Tennis Drop-in
Tae Kwon Do
Tai Chi
Travel Soccer
Volleyball Leagues
Walking Track
Winter Blues Buster Party
Winter Festival
Winter Olympics
Work the Joints
Yoga
Zumba
Zumba Toning
23
44
21
17
17
17
17
6
44
47
42
17
22
6
38
18
39
40
6
43
8
13
18
15
17
17
adult
adult
62 years+
16 years+
16 years+
16 years+
16 years+
18 years+
18 years+
adult
55 years+
16 years+
15 years+
18 years+
13 years+
14 years+
U8–U18
18 years+
10 years+
adult
all
16 years+
18 years+
14 years+
16 years+
16 years+
ADULT
PROGRAM PAGE AGE
Adler Planetarium Trip
Adult Swim Lessons
AquaFit
Aqua Light
Badminton Drop-in
Basketball Drop-in
Bellydance Core & Tone
Body Blast Boot Camp
Body Combat
Body Flow
Body Pump
Bye Bye Birdie Trip
Cardio Barre
Casino Trip
Chair Yoga
Chicago Premium
Outlets Trip
Digital Piano Lessons
Dinner / Theatre Trip
Father’s Day Celebration
Fitness Challenge
Futsal
Gentle Yoga
Hatha Yoga
Golf Instruction
Group Cycle Classes
Group Fitness Classes
Guest Appreciation Day
Hunter Education Class
Indoor Soccer (Futsal)
Drop-in
Karate
Lap Swim
Light Cardio, Strength,
Balance, and Stretch
Lunch at Pavilion
Mardi Gras Celebration
Mat Pilates
Mother’s Day Brunch
Mother’s Day Celebration
Oil Painting
Open Gym
Open Soccer
Open Swim
Personal Training
43
23
17
17
6
6
17
17
17
17
17
43
17
43
18
adult
15 years+
18 years+
18 years+
10 years+
10 years+
16 yrs+
16 years+
16 years+
16 years+
16 years+
adult
16 years+
adult
14 years+
43
31
44
44
15
6
18
18
47
17
17
8
41
adult
5 years+
adult
adult
16 years+
16 years+
14 years+
14 years+
adult
16 years+
16 years+
all
10 years+
FAMILY EVENTS
PROGRAM PAGE AGE
Breakfast with Santa
Daddy/Daughter Dance
Easter Breakfast
Family 2K Hustle
Gingerbread-House
Decorating
Happy Noon Year
Holiday Egg Hunt
at Arctic Splash
Ice Skating
Lollipop Lane
Mothers Day Brunch
Open Swim
Spring Egg Scramble
Winter Festival
7
all
9
2 years+
9
all
back cover4 years+
7
8
all
10 years & under
21
6
42
9
20
8
9
2–8 years
all
all
all
all
2–6 years
all
6
18 years+
38–39 14 years+
21
adult
17
43
43
17
9
44
43
6
5
21
14
16 years+
60 years+
adult
16 years+
all
adult
55 years+
10 years+
18 years+
all
adult
SUMMER JOBS
PAGE 21
SUMMER CAMPS
INSERT BETWEEN PAGES 28 & 29
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
3
CALENDAR
OF EVENTS
CLIP & SAVE
THIS HANDY LISTING!
DON’T MISS OUT ON
A MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE!
DECEMBER
FOR MORE INFORMATION
PAGE 42
5 LOLLIPOP LANE OPENS
7 CALLS FROM THE NORTH POLE
10 GUEST APPRECIATION DAY
12 BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
14 RESIDENT PRIORITY REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR WINTER/SPRING
15 OPEN REGISTRATION FOR WINTER/SPRING BEGINS
20 YOUTH BASKETBALL REGISTRATION DEADLINE
21 GINGERBREAD-HOUSE DECORATING
WINTER BREAK CAMP (12/21, 12/22, 12/23, 12/28, 12/29, 12/30)
31 HAPPY NOON YEAR
847-465-3333
PAGE 7
PAGE 7
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MARCH
PAGE 2
PAGE 2
PAGE 36
PAGE 7
PAGE 32
PAGE 8
1
6
10
17
18
SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION BEGINS
CENTER PULL-OUT SECTION
SESSION 1 OF SWIM LESSONS STARTS
PAGES 24–25
YOUTH INDOOR FUTSAL BEGINS
PAGE 35
4
PAGE 9
HOLIDAY EGG HUNT AT ARCTIC SPLASH
PAGE 22
SPRING BREAK CAMP (3/21–3/25)
PAGE 32
PAGE 6
26 SPRING EGG SCRAMBLE
PAGE 9
27 EASTER BREAKFAST
YOUTH SOCCER REGISTRATION DEADLINE
31 SESSION 3 OF SWIM LESSONS STARTS
PAGE 45
HAPPY DAYS-OFF
PAGE 32
WINTER BLUES BUSTER PARTY
PAGE 43
GRAND VICTORIA CASINO TRIP
PAGE 43
ICE PRINCESS SOCIAL
PAGE 8
PAGE 34
1 YOUTH SOCCER U11–U10 PARENT MEETING
5 CHICAGO PREMIUM OUTLETS
14 SPA RETREAT
PAGE 34
PAGE 43
HERSEY FELDER AS IRVING BERLIN
PAGE 44
29 HALF DAY OF SCHOOL
PAGE 9
BACK COVER
PAGE 32
PAGE 43
PAGE 26
PAGES 24–25
HAPPY DAYS-OFF
PAGE 9
PAGE 9
PYRAMID HOUSE
PAGE 44
PAGE 40
27 HAPPY DAYS-OFF
PAGE 32
PAGE 32
HAPPY DAYS-OFF
PAGE 32
DADDY/DAUGHTER DANCE
MAGIC WORKSHOP
SPRING CO-REC VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE REGISTRATION DEADLINE
CUPCAKE BOSS
PAGE 9
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MAY
6
8
15
25
PAGE 8
847-465-3333
PAGES 24–25
APRIL
23 FAMILY 2K HUSTLE
12 TEEN SKI TRIP
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YOUTH SOCCER U4–U10 PARENT MEETING
PAGE 9
PAGE 34
PAGE 32
ILLINOIS HUNTER EDUCATION CLASS (1/22–1/23)
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
PAGE 33
25 FRIDAY DROP-IN PICKLEBALL BEGINS
9 MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION
15
21
22
24
27
PAGE 32
MAGIC WORKSHOP
PAGE 8
SESSION 2 OF SWIM LESSONS STARTS
HAPPY DAYS-OFF
PAGE 8
10 PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
PAGE 7
PAGE 43
TEEN SKI TRIP
FEBRUARY
GUEST APPRECIATION DAY
PAGE 43
ADLER PLANETARIUM
WINTER FESTIVAL
HAPPY DAYS-OFF
22
25
27
28
29
BYE BYE BIRDIE
YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE REGISTRATION DEADLINE
JANUARY
2
9
15
16
19
21
MOTHER’S DAY CELEBRATION
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH
PAGE 44
PAGE 9
DANCE RECITAL
PAGE 30
T-BALL REGISTRATION DEADLINE
PAGE 37
28 FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER OPENS
PAGE 20
¡ SE HABLA ESPAÑOL!
POR FAVOR VENGA AL COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER O LLÁME AL 847-465-3333
FACILITY
DIRECTORY
COMMUNITY RECREATION
CENTER (CRC)
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD • WHEELING, IL 60090
847-465-3333 • 847-537-3481 FAX
CRC BUILDING HOURS
Monday – Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
5:00 am – 10:00 pm
5:00 am – 9:00 pm
6:00 am – 7:00 pm
7:00 am – 5:00 pm
HOLIDAY HOURS
FREE WI-FI
Enjoy free Wi-Fi at the CRC.
COMPLIMENTARY COFFEE
Help yourself to the Coffee Cart in the lobby
of the CRC every morning.
PHOTO POLICY
Park District staff will periodically take
photos of program participants and
park visitors. These photos may be used
in our publications, including seasonal
program guides, facility brochures,
advertisements, social media, and
our website. If you wish not to have
your photo taken, please notify the
photographer at that time.
December 24
December 25
December 31
January 1 March 27 May 30
5:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closed
5:00 am – 5:00 pm
7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closed
6:00 am – 5:00 pm
FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER
327 W. DUNDEE ROAD
847-465 - POOL
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WHEELING, IL 60090
ARCTIC SPLASH
GUEST SERVICE DESK HOURS
Monday – Friday
Saturday
Sunday
8:00 am – 8:00 pm
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD
847-465-7674
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WHEELING, IL 60090
MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE
SEE PAGE 21.
HOLIDAY HOURS
December 24
December 25
December 31
January 1 March 27 May 30
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Closed
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Closed
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
FITNESS CENTER
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD
847- 465-2943
•
WHEELING, IL 60090
FITNESS CENTER HOURS
Monday – Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
5:00 am – 10:00 pm
5:00 am – 9:00 pm
6:00 am – 6:00 pm
7:00 am – 5:00 pm
HOLIDAY HOURS
December 24
December 25
December 31
January 1 March 27 May 30
4-HOUR SPORTS HOTLINE 2
FIELD CONDITIONS/WEATHER 5:00 am – 1:00 pm
Closed
5:00 am – 3:00 pm
7:00 am – 1:00 pm
Closed
7:00 am – 3:00 pm
CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB
1000 N. MILWAUKEE AVENUE
•
WHEELING, IL 60090
TRADITIONS AT CHEVY CHASE GOLF COURSE
847-465-2300
EVENT SALES OFFICE
847-465-2311
www.chevychasecountryclub.com
847-537-2284
WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
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DROP-IN
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES
GET YOUR GAME ON AT THE CRC
DROP-IN WHEN IT’S CONVENIENT FOR YOU AND JOIN THE FUN!
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED!
BASKETBALL
FEE: $4/ADULT; $2/YOUTH
Stop by for a pick up game! Many times
are available throughout the week at the
CRC gym and Twain School gym.
Please check the Open Basketball Schedule
at wheelingparkdistrict.com
FUTSAL
DAY: VARIOUS • TIME: VARIOUS
DATES: NOW THROUGH APRIL
LOCATION: CRC GYM, TARKINGTON GYM
FEE: $4
AGE: 16 YEARS & OLDER
Staff on hand to organize games.
BOARD GAMES & CARDS
Board games and cards are available for
check out at the CRC Guest Service Desk.
For days, times and locations, see schedule at wheelingparkdistrict.com/schedules
PICKLEBALL
DAY: T UESDAY & THURSDAY
TIME: 8:00 – 9:00 AM (COMPETITIVE)
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (RECREATIONAL)
DAY: FRIDAY (STARTING MARCH 25)
TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 PM
LOCATION: CRC
FEE: RESIDENT $3; NON-RESIDENT $4
AGE: 18 YEARS & OLDER
Tennis, pingpong, and badminton are rolled
into one fun sport. Bring a friend and play
one of the fastest growing games today. Some
equipment is provided or bring your own.
For information on pickleball memberships
and outdoor pickleball court rentals, please
see page 41.
TABLE TENNIS
DAYS: MONDAY & THURSDAY, 6:30 – 9:30 PM
FEE: $5 • LOCATION: CRC GYM
Practice your skills on professional equipment
set up in the CRC gym under the guidance of
2001 Illinois State Champion Engelbert Solis.
FOOSBALL
Enjoy the foosball table in the lobby of the
CRC on a first-come, first-served basis. The
table soccer balls are available at the Guest
Service Desk.
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BADMINTON
DAYS: MONDAY & THURSDAY, 6:00 – 9:30 PM
FEE: $4 • LOCATION: CRC GYM
AGE: 10 YEARS & OLDER*
Badminton nets are set up for open play.
*Parents must sign a waiver for those under
18 years of age. Children, 10-12 years, must
be accompanied by a parent.
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PICNIC PACKS
APRIL – OCTOBER • $50 DEPOSIT REQUIRED
FEE: RESIDENT $15, NON-RESIDENT $25, CORPORATE $20
Add to the fun of your reunion or family picnic
with a Picnic Pack of outdoor equipment. Each
pack includes volleyball with net and poles,
football, softball, bat and bases, and horseshoe
set. Packs may be reserved by calling the CRC at
least one week in advance.
GYM & SWIM
FOR HOME-SCHOOLED CHILDREN
FOR SCHEDULES: 847-465-3333
WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
Use our facilities to enhance the physical
education component of your curriculum.
The Arctic Splash indoor pool and gymnasium
are available for use during Open Swim and
Open Gym times. To schedule swim time,
call 847-465-3333.
ICE SKATING
During the winter months when conditions
are favorable, the outdoor ice rink at the
Communtity Recreation Center campus/
Heritage Park area will open for free
skating and hockey play. The rink closes
at dusk. To check on ice conditions, call
the 24-hour hotline at 847-537-2284 or
visit online at www.wheelingparkdistrict.com.
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
OPEN GYM
FOR SCHEDULES: 847-465-3333
WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
YOUTH: 10–17 YEARS • ADULT: 18 YEARS & OLDER
Attend a scheduled Open Gym by purchasing
a daily pass or punch card at the CRC Guest
Service Desk. Fitness Center members may
obtain free passes at the Fitness Desk by
presenting member ID card. No one will
be permitted into a scheduled Open Gym
without a pass.
OPEN GYM PASS
RESIDENT
DAILY YOUTH
$2
10-PUNCH CARD YOUTH
$10
DAILY ADULT
$4
10-PUNCH CARD ADULT
$28
WALKING TRACK
AGE: 14 YEARS & OLDER
6–13 YEARS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY ADULT
5 YEARS & YOUNGER ARE NOT PERMITTED
Track Pass holders and Fitness Center
members may use the track free of charge.
Please display your ID card on your clothing.
Clips are available at the Guest Service Desk.
Purchase a Track Pass at the CRC Guest
Service Desk.
Single strollers are permitted on the inside
“walking” lane. (No double strollers and
no walking side-by-side with strollers.)
COMMUNITY
EVENTS
CALLS FROM THE NORTH POLE
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
DATE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 • TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 PM
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 12/5
Santa will be checking his list twice to see if you’ve been
naughty or nice! To assist Santa with his calls, some of his little
helpers are phoning the children to make sure his list is correct.
An information sheet is available at the CRC Guest Service
Desk. FILL OUT THE SHEET COMPLETELY AND RETURN IT TO THE GUEST SERVICE DESK NO
LATER THAN DECEMBER 5. Santa’s helpers are very busy this time of year;
they will be available to call on this night only.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
19742
MONDAY
12/7
6:00 – 9:00 pm
$1
LOCATION: CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB
DATE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 • TIME: 10:00 – 11:30 AM
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 12/9
You better not pout; you better not cry; Santa Claus is on his
way...to Chevy Chase Country Club. Make sure your list is
ready because December 12 is just around the corner. Have a
delicious buffet breakfast while carolers entertain you and your
family and join Santa on a sleigh ride. All children meet, and
have a photo taken with, Santa. If you haven’t already, make
this joyous event a part of your family’s holiday tradition.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
19740 SATURDAY 12/12 10:00 – 11:30 am
GUEST APPRECIATION DAY
LOCATION: CRC
DATE: W
EDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2015
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 2016
TIME: 1 0:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Join us as we say thank you for your continued patronage
and support. Enjoy special treats just for our special guests.
RESIDENT
FEE
$25/person
$15/4–10 years
$8/child 3 & under
$30/person
$15/4–10 years
$8/child 3 & under
GINGERBREAD-HOUSE DECORATING
LOCATION: CRC
DATE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 21 • TIME: 5:30 – 6:30 PM
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 12/17
Build and decorate your very own gingerbread house for the
holidays. We provide all the materials along with juice and
cookies to snack on while you listen to carols and work on
your house! One gingerbread house is provided per registered
participant, but families are welcome to work together.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20580
MONDAY
12/21
5:30 – 6:30 pm
$10
$15
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COMMUNITY
EVENTS
TEEN SKI TRIPS
HAPPY NOON YEAR
LOCATION: CRC
AGE: 10 YEARS & UNDER
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 12/28
Grab your friends and spend your day off of school
on the slopes! We’ll pack in a full day of skiing
or snowboarding at Wilmot Mountain in Wilmot,
Celebrate the NEW year at NOON! Bring the kids and join
in the festivities including a balloon drop and sparkling
grape-juice toast. Parent must accompany child.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
19741
THURSDAY
12/31
11:30 am – 12:15 pm
$1
Wisconsin, and Grand Geneva in Lake Geneva,
Wisconsin. These trips include transportation,
equipment rental, and lift-ticket. Bus leaves from
and returns to the Wheeling Park District Community
Recreation Center (CRC). Price does not include
lunch; please pack your own or bring money.
ICE PRINCESS SOCIAL – GLITZY GIRLZ
LOCATION: CRC
AGE: 3–9 YEARS • MIN/MAX PARTICIPANTS: 6/20
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 1/27
20770
DAY
FRIDAY
DATE
TIME
1/29
AGE: 11–14 YEARS
CODE
Join Glitzy Girlz and warm up to being an Ice Princess!
Get pampered with hair-crown updo, sparkle make-up and
ice-blue nail polish application. Decorate a snowflake picture
frame craft with personalization, blue paints and jewel.
Design a beautiful crystal bracelet with snowflake charm and
end the evening by making new friends over a sweet treat and
beverage. Bring all your princess friends. Dress up is optional.
CODE
WILMOT MOUNTAIN
DAY
•
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 1/13
DATE
20748 MONDAY 1/18 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
$27
AGE: 11–14 YEARS
CODE
DAY
•
LOCATION: CRC
20749 FRIDAY
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
•
FEE: FREE
All ages are invited to join us for a celebration
of winter with fun activities unique to the season!
Check out our website in late December for a complete
schedule of activities or call 847-465-3333.
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847-465-3333
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www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
$45
LESSON
LIFT TICKET
$60
LESSON
LIFT TICKET
SKI RENTAL
$70
LESSON
LIFT TICKET
SNOWBOARD RENTAL
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 2/10
DATE
TIME
2/12 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Winter Festival
•
FEE
GRAND GENEVA
FEE
6:30 – 7:45 pm
SUNDAY, JANUARY 17
TIME
FEE
$55
LESSON
LIFT TICKET
$70
LESSON
LIFT TICKET
SKI RENTAL
$75
LESSON
LIFT TICKET
SNOWBOARD RENTAL
COMMUNITY
EVENTS
DADDY/DAUGHTER DANCE
LOCATION: CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB
AGE: 2 YEARS & OLDER
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 2/3
Celebrate with your favorite little princess! All the arrangements are taken
care of so you can relax, dine, and dance the night away at this very special
event. Don’t miss this opportunity to spend quality time with the daughter
at an evening that will be remembered for years to come!
CODE
DAY
DATE
20143
SUNDAY
2/21
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
4:00 – 7:00 pm $47/couple $56/couple
$22/additional child
•
$11/child 4 years & under
NEW! MAGIC WORKSHOPS
LOCATION: CRC • INSTRUCTOR: MAGIC TEAM OF GARY KANTOR
AGE: 5–12 YEARS • MIN/MAX PARTICIPANTS: 5/35
Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn a collection
of fascinating and mesmerizing tricks from the “Magic Team of Gary
Kantor”! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes,
coins, mind-reading, and more. All materials are provided, and each child
receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always
learn tricks that are age-appropriate. Sign up for both classes and don’t miss
a trick! Different tricks are taught at each class!
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
20634
MONDAY
2/22
6:45 – 7:40 pm
$20
20750
WEDNESDAY
3/16
6:45 – 7:40 pm
$20
NEW! CUPCAKE BOSS
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 6–12 YEARS
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 2/23
Come out to our new cupcake baking/decorating class. Our instructors
will teach child-friendly baking techniques, frosting and decorating tricks
and then judge the cupcakes at the very end. Enjoy treats, fun music, and
refreshing drinks!
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
20730
SATURDAY
2/27
1:00 – 2:00 pm
$15
SPRING EGG SCRAMBLE
LOCATION: WHEELING HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FIELD
DATE: SATURDAY, MARCH 26 • TIME: 10:45 – 11:15 AM
AGE: 2–6 YEARS • FEE: F REE GAMES AND EGG HUNT
Head out to the turf field for fun and games. Bring your camera for a photo
with the bunny and Wheeling Park District mascots Willie the Whale and
Petie the Polar Bear before the hunt for candy-filled eggs begins! Egg hunting
begins promptly at 10:45 am.
SPA RETREAT – GLITZY GIRLZ
LOCATION: CRC
AGE: 5–11 YEARS • MIN/MAX PARTICIPANTS: 6/20
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 4/12
Join Glitzy Girlz for a relaxing girls night out with
friends. Fruit facials and pedicure and manicure
stations are offered. Exciting choices of nail polish
colors add to the fun. Design a crystal charm anklet or
bracelet to take home.Each girl leaves with a Spa Gift
Bag full of goodies. Register early, spaces are limited!
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
20771
Thursday
4/14
6:00 – 7:30 pm
$29
EASTER BREAKFAST
LOCATION: CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB
DATE: SUNDAY, MARCH 27 • TIME: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
FOR MORE DETAILS OR TO RESERVE YOUR TABLE, CALL 847-465-2311.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast and fun holiday activities.
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH
LOCATION: CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB
DATE: SUNDAY, MAY 8 • TIME: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
FOR MORE DETAILS OR TO RESERVE YOUR TABLE, CALL 847-465-2311.
Treat mom to brunch in the newly-remodeled and
historic Grand Ballroom.
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BIRTHDAY
PARTIES
BIRTHDAY PARTY
RESERVATIONS & INFORMATION
847-465-3333
YOUR CHILD’S BIRTHDAY IS SPECIAL –
WHY NOT MAKE IT MEMORABLE AND HASSLE FREE?
CHOOSE ONE OF OUR PARTY PACKAGES AND LET OUR STAFF TAKE IT FROM THERE.
PETIE’S POOL PARTY
Join Petie the Polar Bear at the Arctic Splash indoor pool and have a blast! This party includes
a 1-1/2 hours of fun at the pool, followed by a half hour in the party room for cake and juice.
Petie makes a special appearance to say hello to the birthday child and the guests (upon request).
ALL GUESTS MUST BRING A SWIMSUIT AND TOWEL.
PRINCESS PARTY
Every little girl should feel like a princess on
her birthday, so let our staff treat her and her
friends like royalty. Each child has hair and
make-up done and chooses a fun outfit. At the
end of the party, each guest is able to strut her
stuff down the runway.
GAME TIME PARTY
Do you remember birthday party games like
Bozo buckets, pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey,
drop the clothespins in the jar and hot potato?
Let our staff bring back these old traditions
to guarantee a great time.
SPORTS OF ALL SORTS PARTY
Is your child the next professional athlete or just
crazy about all kinds of sports? This party is
perfect for all sports enthusiasts. Let your little
athlete pick a favorite sport or a combination
to give each guest a chance to shine.
TIMES ARE LIMITED DUE TO GYM AVAILABILITY.
WIGGLE TIME PARTY
AGE: WALKER – 4 YEARS
Climb, jump, crawl and run! This open-gym
time on lots of age-appropriate equipment is
the perfect way for little ones to play, interact,
socialize, and have a ton of fun. All guests
should wear comfortable clothes.
PARTY PACKAGE FEES
ALL PARTIES ARE 2 HOURS
NUMBER
OF GUESTS
RESIDENT
NON-RESIDENT
10 – 20
$198
$213
21 – 26
$251
$266
27 – 32
$266
$280
33 – 40
$324
$339
PARTY PACKAGES INCLUDE
PARTY LEADER • PARTY SUPPLIES • INVITATIONS
PLATES, NAPKINS & UTENSILS • CAKE & JUICE
DECORATIONS • ROOM SET-UP & CLEAN-UP
ADDITIONAL CHARGE
PIZZA • ICE CREAM
WILLIE’S POOL PARTY
What could be better than a celebration at the beautiful Family Aquatic
Center with all your friends!? Space on the pool deck is reserved for two
hours for you and your guests to have lunch (optional) and cake. Guests
are free to enjoy the Family Aquatic Center for the remainder of the day.
Parties are offered on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, with 10:00 am, 12:30 pm,
or 3:00 pm start times.
WILLIE’S PARTY PACKAGE FEES
NUMBER
OF GUESTS
RESIDENT
NON-RESIDENT
10 – 15
$215
$235
16 – 20
$260
$285
21 – 25
$300
$332
DO-IT-YOURSELF
PARTY
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847-465-3333
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WILLIE’S POOL PARTY INCLUDES
ADMISSION TO AQUATIC CENTER • BIRTHDAY CAKE • SOFT DRINK CHOICE • BALLOONS • INVITATIONS
GIFT STORAGE • PLATES, NAPKINS, UTENSILS • RESERVED MEETING/EATING AREA FOR TWO HOURS
MASCOT VISIT UPON REQUEST
ADDITIONAL CHARGE
LUNCH CHOICE OF PIZZA OR HOT DOG
“Do-It-Yourself” parties also available. Customize the occasion by
renting a room and/or pool and planning your own celebration.
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
FITNESS CENTER
“WORKOUT WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS!” JOIN YOUR COMMUNITY FITNESS CENTER TODAY! OUR 4,100+
SQUARE-FOOT FACILITY CONTAINS EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO GET STARTED, AND MORE! THE FITNESS
CENTER OFFERS A FULL SPECTRUM OF CARDIOVASCULAR, STRENGTH, FITNESS, AND FLEXIBILITY EQUIPMENT,
A TWO-LANE RUNNING/WALKING TRACK, PILATES REFORMER TRAINING STUDIO, THREE GROUP-EXERCISE
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD
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WHEELING, IL 60090
847-465 -2943
ROOMS, INCLUDING A DEDICATED SPIN STUDIO. ADD THE SUPPORT OF OUR CERTIFIED, PROFESSIONAL STAFF
AND YOU HAVE THE PERFECT PLACE TO ACHIEVE OPTIMUM FITNESS!
KATIE KLEMKE • 847-465-2317
[email protected]
As Assistant Wellness Manager, Katie
Klemke is committed to making your
experience at the Fitness Center
memorable.If you have questions about
the Fitness Center or memberships,
please contact Katie.
FITNESS CENTER EQUIPMENT
JOIN YOUR COMMUNITY FITNESS CENTER TODAY!
TREADMILLS BY LIFE FITNESS®
ARC TRAINERS BY CYBEX®
STEP MILLS BY STAIRMASTER®
FITNESS CENTER HOURS
Monday – Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
5:00 am – 10:00 pm
5:00 am – 9:00 pm
6:00 am – 6:00 pm
7:00 am – 5:00 pm
HOLIDAY HOURS
December 24 December 25
December 31 January 1 March 27
May 30 5:00 am – 1:00 pm
Closed
5:00 am – 3:00 pm
7:00 am – 1:00 pm
Closed
7:00 am – 1:00 pm
NEW!
FAMILY 2K HUSTLE
SATURDAY, APRIL 23 • HERITAGE PARK
See details on back cover.
PRECOR® AND LIFE FITNESS® ELLIPTICALS
PRECOR® AMT CROSS TRAINER
STATIONARY AND RECUMBENT BICYCLES
INCLINE TRAINER BY FREE MOTION
NUSTEPS®
SCIFIT ARM ERGOMETER
SCHWINN AIRDYNE BIKES
STEPPERS BY STAIRMASTER®
CONCEPT II ROWER®
TRX SUSPENSION TRAINING SYSTEM
VARIABLE RESISTANCE EXERCISE
MACHINES FROM LIFE FITNESS®
AND HAMMER STRENGTH®
COMPLETE LINE OF
RUBBERIZED FREE WEIGHTS
KETTLEBELLS
COMPLETE LINE OF FREE WEIGHT EQUIPMENT
BY HAMMER STRENGTH® AND LIFE FITNESS®
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FITNESS
MEMBERSHIP
TRY US OUT FOR FREE!
SIGN UP FOR A 2-WEEK TRIAL ONLINE
OR STOP BY THE FITNESS DESK TODAY!
YOUR PATH TO HEALTH AND WELLNESS BEGINS WITH A FITNESS CENTER MEMBERSHIP
ONE MONTH
THREE MONTH
•
•
ANNUAL
NO FEE TO JOIN
MEMBERSHIP PRIVILEGES & FEATURES
•F
ull use of the Fitness Center
• Indoor Track: 1/13th mile
• Indoor Pool: Arctic Splash Open & Lap Swim
• Gymnasium Access: during Open Gym
•P
referred Member Pricing
– Personal Training Services
– Pilates Reformer Training Services
– Group Fitness Class Passes
– Wellness Programs
• Free Guest Friday, the 4th Friday of each month
• Sweat towel service
FREE WITH NEW ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP
• One Group Fitness Class
• 3 0-minute Personal Training Session
•T
wo Guest Passes
MEMBERSHIP PLANS & INFORMATION
847-465-2943
MORE SERVICES
TEMPORARY MEMBERSHIP
MEMBERSHIP TYPES
& GUIDELINES
INDIVIDUAL
RESIDENT
GUEST
DAILY
$8
$10
ONE MONTH
$59
$69
THREE MONTH
$129
$159
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP (RESIDENT)
ANY INDIVIDUAL BETWEEN THE AGES OF 16 AND 61 YEARS
FAMILY OF TWO
FULL PAYMENT
MONTHLY FEE
INDIVIDUAL
$340
$32 ($384)
FAMILY OF 2
$516
$49 ($588)
NO MORE THAN TWO ADULTS OVER THE AGE OF 24 ON ONE MEMBERSHIP.
SENIOR
$307
$29 ($348)
SENIOR
STUDENT
$307
$29 ($348)
ADDITIONAL MEMBER
$176
$17 ($204)
TWO INDIVIDUALS RESIDING IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD
ANY INDIVIDUAL 62 YEARS OF AGE OR BETTER
STUDENT
ANY INDIVIDUAL BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 14 AND 24 YEARS WITH A SCHOOL ID
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP (NON-RESIDENT)
FULL PAYMENT
MONTHLY FEE
INDIVIDUAL
$437
$42 ($504)
FAMILY OF 2
$662
$62 ($756)
$395
$38 ($456)
STUDENT
$395
$38 ($456)
ADDITIONAL MEMBER
$225
$21 ($252)
PROOF OF AGE AND VERIFICATION OF FULL-TIME COLLEGE STATUS IS
REQUIRED. FULL-TIME IS DEFINED AS 12 HOURS/CREDITS PER SEMESTER.
CORPORATE
SENIOR
WORKING IN WHEELING QUALIFIES YOU FOR A CORPORATE RATE.
PROOF OF ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT REQUIRED.
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS
CONTACT THE FITNESS DESK FOR INFORMATION
ON ADDING MEMBERS.
NOTE: WE WELCOME FOURTEEN- AND FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLDS TO BE ADDED
TO A FAMILY MEMBERSHIP. PARENTAL CONSENT IS REQUIRED AND
ATTENDANCE AT A YOUTH ORIENTATION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
ANNUAL CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP
INDIVIDUAL
JANUARY SPECIAL!
PROMOTIONAL PRICING AVAILABLE JANUARY 1–31, 2016 FOR NEW MEMBERS ONLY.
NO REFUNDS AND NO MEMBERSHIP FREEZES PERMITTED DURING THE FIRST THREE MONTHS OF MEMBERSHIP.
NO OTHER PROMOTION OR DISCOUNTED PRICING CAN BE COMBINED WITH THIS PROMOTION.
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AVAILABLE AT ADDITIONAL CHARGE
• Group Fitness Classes
• Wellness Programs
• Personal Training
• Small Group Training
• Pilates Reformer Training
• TRX Suspension Training
• Private Locker Rooms
• Pro Shop Merchandise
FULL PAYMENT
MONTHLY FEE
$371
$35.50 ($426)
CORPORATE WELLNESS PLAN
CORPORATE MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE TO COMPANIES
AND CORPORATIONS IN WHEELING! GET MORE INFORMATION
TODAY TO KEEP YOUR EMPLOYEES, HAPPY, FIT, AND HEALTHY!
FITNESS MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
847-465-2943
MEMBERSHIP
REFERRAL
PROGRAM
REFER A FRIEND TO
THE FITNESS CENTER AND
GET 30 DAYS ADDED TO
YOUR ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP!
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS:
Pick up a Referral Card at the
Fitness Desk; write your name
on it and give it to a friend. The
friend who signs up for an annual
Fitness Center membership must
present the Referral Card in order
for you to receive your reward.
Once the membership is processed, you will be credited with
one month (30 days) added to
the end of your current annual
membership. You are welcome to
give out as many cards as you like.*
*Limit four months free per annual
membership. Family Membership purchases
redeemable for one free month for referring
member. Offer does not apply to additional
members added to the same household.
PAYMENT OPTIONS
Annual Memberships may be paid for the year
in full or charged monthly for a total of 12
payments. Monthly payments are taken on the
15th of each month through checking account,
debit card, or credit card.
We accept the following: MasterCard,
Visa, Discover Card, Amercian Express,
check, cash (full-year payment only).
PROOF OF RESIDENCY
PROOF OF RESIDENCY IS REQUIRED
FOR RESIDENT MEMBERSHIP RATE.
One of the following is acceptable:
a valid photo ID, driver’s license, state ID,
utility bill (gas, electric, water), mortgage
statement, lease, or property tax bill.
No cell phone bills accepted.
MEMBERSHIP POLICIES
There are no refunds for temporary memberships.
Thirty-day notice is required for all cancellations
after one year of membership has been completed.
Members have the ability to freeze or suspend
their membership in monthly increments.
Requests must be submitted in person in writing
at the Fitness Center.
LOCKER ROOMS
PUBLIC LOCKER ROOMS
The public locker room is an amenity available for
use by all CRC participants. The purpose is to store
personal belongings while using the facility. Each
participant needs to furnish his/her own lock. Locks
are available for purchase at the Fitness Center Pro Shop.
PRIVATE LOCKER ROOMS
SEE FITNESS ATTENDANT • 847-465-2943
Private locker rooms are available for your convenience
and privacy. Amenities include basic health and beauty
products as well as bath-towel service. Rent a half or
full locker on an annual basis to store your belongings.
Access restricted to those individuals renting a locker.
ANNUAL FEE
MONTHLY FEE
HALF LOCKER
$112/YEAR
$10/MONTH ($120/YEAR)
FULL LOCKER
$212/YEAR
$19/MONTH ($228/YEAR)
LOCKERS ARE AVAILABLE FOR INDIVIDUALS 18 YEARS AND OLDER.
THERE ARE NO REFUNDS ON PRIVATE LOCKER RENTALS.
THERE IS A SEVEN-DAY RENEWAL PERIOD ON PRIVATE LOCKERS. SEVEN DAYS FOLLOWING
THE EXPIRATION DATE, LOCKERS ARE MADE AVAILABLE TO OTHER RENTERS.
THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST AND/OR STOLEN
PROPERTY. PLEASE DO NOT STORE VALUABLES IN LOCKERS. COMPLIMENTARY
WALLET LOCKERS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE FITNESS CENTER.
For more details, call or visit the Fitness Center.
STUDENTS
FITNESS
MEMBERSHIP
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR ONE-MONTH PASSES*
DURING WINTER AND SPRING BREAKS!
RESIDENT $35; NON-RESIDENT $50
AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
NOVEMBER 8 – DECEMBER 31, 2015, AND MARCH 1–31, 2016.
*MEMBERSHIP VALID 30 DAYS FROM DATE OF PURCHASE.
BIKE WINTER
LIFT OLYMPICS
RUN SUNDAY, JANUARY 31
847-465-2943 FOR MORE INFORMATION
FREE GUEST
FRIDAY
THE FOURTH FRIDAY
OF EVERY MONTH IS
FREE GUEST FRIDAY!
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FITNESS
PERSONAL TRAINING
HELPING YOU REACH YOUR GOALS
PERSONAL TRAINERS
PERSONAL TRAINER REQUEST FORM AT THE FITNESS DESK OR ONLINE • 847-465-2943
Have you been working out without results? Do you need help getting started or staying motivated? Upgrade
your workouts through personal training. Our nationally-certified trainers provide the knowledge and individualized
attention you need to make the most of each and every workout. Get moving in the safest, most effective and
time-efficient way possible; schedule an appointment today with one of our trainers. Meet with your trainer
one-on-one, or in a small group (2-4 people). TO VIEW THE TRAINERS’ FULL BIOGRAPHIES, VISIT WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
LISA WATSON
30-MINUTE INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS
JULIA ZAKHARTCHENKO
NUMBER
OF SESSIONS
MEMBER
NON-MEMBER
1
$30
$35
3
$87
$102
5
$140
$165
10
$270
$320
15
$375
$465
30-minute sessions are for those trying
to cut costs without compromising results.
They are perfect for those brand new to
exercise or looking to build and/or
maintain stamina!
45-MINUTE INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS
DAN GUTIERREZ
NUMBER
OF SESSIONS
MEMBER
NON-MEMBER
1
$40
$47
3
$117
$138
5
$190
$225
10
$370
$440
15
$540
$645
45-minute sessions are a great way to
transition from 30 to 60-minutes of
training time. This workout allows for a
good balance of both cardio and strength!
60-MINUTE INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS
KYLE MCDONALD
A FITNESS CENTER
MEMBERSHIP IS NOT
REQUIRED TO WORK OUT
WITH ONE OF OUR TRAINERS.
SEE NON-MEMBER RATES
ABOVE. NO SHOW AND/OR
CANCELLATIONS MADE
LESS THAN 24 HOURS IN
ADVANCE ARE CHARGED
FULL PRICE. ALL TRAINING
SESSIONS EXPIRE ONE YEAR
FROM PURCHASE DATE.
THERE ARE NO
REFUNDS FOR UNUSED
TRAINING SESSIONS.
NUMBER
OF SESSIONS
MEMBER
NON-MEMBER
1
$49
$60
3
$144
$174
5
$235
$280
10
$460
$540
15
$675
$780
60-MINUTE PARTNER/GROUP SESSIONS*
NUMBER
OF SESSIONS
PARTNER
(2 PEOPLE)
GROUP
(3 OR 4 PEOPLE)
1
$37/PERSON
$22/PERSON
3
$109/PERSON
$63/PERSON
5
$180/PERSON
$100/PERSON
10
$355/PERSON
$190/PERSON
15
$525/PERSON
$270/PERSON
*MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS
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WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
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60-minute sessions provide the essential
workout for effective results. Each session
includes a warm-up, workout, and cool-down
to lead you to your health and fitness goals.
847-465-3333
•
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WORKING OUT
WITH FRIENDS IS FUN!
Try small-group training. Whether it’s for extra
motivation or competition, share the cost of Personal
Training with others. Prices listed are per person.
FITNESS
PERSONAL TRAINING
PILATES REFORMER TRAINING
INSTRUCTORS
PILATES REFORMER TRAINING
The Pilates Reformer builds strength and flexibility, restores muscular balance and teaches awareness of
breath and alignment while providing excellent core conditioning. Improve posture and spinal alignment
while feeling longer, leaner, and stronger with this very gentle, yet extremely effective training. Tone and
strengthen your core through Pilates. It’s time for you to experience private Pilates Reformer Training!
Try this incredible workout with one of our certified instructors in our private studio!
LISA WATSON
Packages can be purchased at the Fitness Center Desk.
30 MINUTES
MEMBER
NON-MEMBER
JULIA ZAKHARTCHENKO
60 MINUTES
MEMBER
NON-MEMBER
1 SESSION
$35
$39
$55
$60
3 SESSIONS
$102
$114
$162
$177
5 SESSIONS
$165
$185
$265
$290
10 SESSIONS
$320
$360
$520
$570
15 SESSIONS
$465
$525
$765
$840
ALL SESSIONS EXPIRE ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. REFUNDS ON REFORMER TRAINING ARE NOT AVAILABLE.
Whose team are you on?
FEBRUARY
FITNESS
2016 CHALLENGE
COMMIT TO GET FIT FOR SPRING BREAK 2016
THE COMMIT TO GET FIT CHALLENGE
IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED TO GET
MOTIVATED AND CHANGE YOUR OVERALL
LEVEL OF FITNESS AND QUALITY OF LIFE!
COMPETE WITH OTHER TEAMS AND
MEMBERS OF THE FITNESS CENTER TO
ELEVATE YOUR FITNESS LEVEL.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL OR
VISIT THE FITNESS CENTER DESK.
847-465-2943
MEMBERS ARE DIVIDED INTO SPECIFIC TEAMS THAT
ARE GUIDED BY A WHEELING PARK DISTRICT CERTIFIED
PROFESSIONAL TRAINER. THE 7-WEEK PROGRAM IS
DESIGNED TO HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT AND INCHES.
MEET ONCE A WEEK WITH YOUR PERSONAL
TRAINER IN A GROUP SETTING
TRAIN IN A HIGHLY-MOTIVATING ENVIRONMENT
TRACK YOUR WEIGHT
PARTICIPATE IN TEAM CHALLENGES
INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM PRIZES AWARD
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FITNESS
GROUP FITNESS CLASSES
PLATINUM PACKAGE
UNLIMITED CLASSES
OVER 40 CLASSES PER WEEK
CLASS PASS
SENIORS
(62 & OLDER)
BEGINNERS AND SEASONED
PARTICIPANTS WELCOME
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ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED
GROUP FITNESS
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE:
CARDIO, STRENGTH, COMBO,
MIND/BODY, DANCE FITNESS
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
$26/MONTH
Our group exercise classes provide a full workout in a fun, motivating, and energizing atmosphere.
Whether you need motivation to get moving or just want to have fun, it’s time to try a class!
SUPERSTAR INSTRUCTORS
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GROUP FITNESS IS FOR EVERYONE!
PARTICIPATE IN ANY
LAND & WATER GROUP
FITNESS CLASSES
GROUP FITNESS
INSTRUCTORS
DENA BALZANO
JESSICA CHARTRAND
DALE GREENE
ANGELA GRIFFITHS
RITA GULIK
DAN GUTIERREZ
ASHLEY HOLEKAMP
KAREN HYMES
JOYCE KRAJNYK
NANCY LEWANDOWSKI
GARRY LEWIS
MEGHAN MCDONALD
KATHY MEIER
ALLISON MENGARELLI
ANDREA PERUGINI
JULIE PETELLE
DENICE REVOLINSKI
SHELDON ROSENBERG
MICHELLE ROSE
SHEILA ROSS
NATALIA SKOROB
EMILY STEFANSKI
ARLETA THURSBY
ANNA VALENTI
MADELINE VOLLMER
LISA WATSON
JULIA ZAKHARTCHENKO
$267/YEAR
FOR THE FLEXIBILITY YOU NEED!
GROUP FITNESS POLICIES
CLASS PASSES
– CLASS PASSES ARE VALID FOR SIX MONTHS FROM DATE OF PURCHASE
NUMBER
OF CLASSES
FITNESS CENTER
MEMBER
RESIDENT
GUEST
1
$6.25
$7
$9
10
$55
$62.50
$82.50
20
$85
$100
$140
1
$5.10
$5.70
$7.30
10
$43
$49
$65
20
$70
$82
$114
– NO REFUNDS FOR UNUSED PASSES
– PASSES ARE NON-TRANSFERRABLE, NON-REFUNDABLE
– CLASSES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
– W HEELING PARK DISTRICT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL CLASSES AT ANY
TIME DUE TO LOW PARTICIPATION
VISIT THE CRC GUEST SERVICE DESK TODAY
TO PURCHASE THE CLASS PASS THAT WORKS
BEST FOR YOUR NEEDS.
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
CHECK OUR WEBSITE OR STOP BY THE GUEST SERVICE OR FITNESS DESKS
TO VIEW THE MOST UP-TO-DATE GROUP FITNESS SCHEDULE.
847-465-3333
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www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
FITNESS
GROUP FITNESS CLASSES
JOIN THE GROUP FITNESS FAMILY TODAY AND WORKOUT WITH MOTIVATION FROM OTHERS!
CLASS SCHEDULES: WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
Effectively tone up and burn calories in this
powerfully energetic cardio workout. Fueled by
fresh and fun music, this martial-arts inspired
class incorporates moves from karate, boxing,
tae kwon do, and muay tai.
This energizing and athletic-based class
moves to today’s hit music while incorporating
movements from Yoga, Pilates, and Tai Chi to
strengthen abs, legs, upper body, glutes, and
core. Class ends with time for relaxation to
leave you feeling toned, refreshed, relaxed, and
centered.
Transform your body with the most effective
strength-training class available. Sixty minutes
of time-under-tension creates lean muscle so
you can burn calories all day long! Attend this
class at least twice per week for maximum results.
BELLYDANCE CORE & TONE
Tone your core by working hips, abs, back,
and arms in all sorts of new ways. Warm up
with basic low-impact isolation moves and
then move to an up-tempo dance mix.
BODYBLAST BOOTCAMP
Burn lots of calories in this mix of traditional
calisthenics and body weight exercises with
interval training and strength training.
Come for a fun and intense workout!
CARDIO BARRE
Unique, high-energy, low-impact exercises
combine barre work and light weights with
continual fat-burning motions. Toning and
resistance for glutes, legs, torso, and arms
sculpt muscles and elongate the appearance
of your body.
LIGHT CARDIO, STRENGTH,
BALANCE & STRETCH
A cardio warm-up trains your heart; strength
moves improve muscles and bone health.
Balance and flexibility are integrated into each
class to improve your everyday movements.
Class ends with a relaxing stretch.
MAT PILATES
Zone in on your core in this mat-based class.
Develop a stronger mind-body connection
to improve spinal alignment, posture and
stability. Improve your structural integrity by
building a strong back and core. Feel lean and
long through Pilates!
PILATES BODYWORK
Mindful body movements through the flow
of the Pilates format: Class utilizes the foam
roller apparatus to achieve full body benefits.
PILATES SCULPTING
Strengthen your “powerhouse” to build a
solid foundation for efficient, balanced
movement to enhance all other types of
exercise. Everyone can benefit from the
controlled movements that tone your
entire body!
SPIN & CORE
Get a great cardio workout while cycling
to upbeat and motivating music without the
impact on joints. Spin and Core includes 40
minutes of Spin and 10 minutes of core to
strengthen your abs and lower back.
SPIN & STRETCH
Burn calories in this cycling class and
finish with deep stretches to combat
muscle tightness. Great cardio workout
followed by flexibility.
SPIN & WEIGHTS
Combine 30 minutes of Spin and 30 minutes
of strength for an excellent total-body workout.
Improve your cardio through cycling and your
strength through weight training.
STEP, STRENGTH & STRETCH
This class includes 30 minutes of step,
20 minutes of toning, and 10 minutes
of a relaxing stretch. Enjoy cardio and
strength benefits in this 60-minute
full-body workout.
ZUMBA
Slide, shuffle, and spin with footwork
and body movements from the flamenco,
salsa, merengue, samba, and more. Get in
and Zumba!
ZUMBA TONING
The Zumba you love plus the use of toning
sticks to target all the major muscle groups.
Tone up while dancing to the music that gets
you moving!
THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL CLASSES AT ANY TIME DUE TO LOW PARTICIPATION.
GET FIT IN THE POOL!
AQUA LIGHT A great class for individuals looking for a lighter workout in the water,
or those new to water fitness and new to exercise. This class includes light cardio and strength
exercises to reduce joint pain and stiffness, increase flexibility, range of motion, and more!
AQUAFIT Get ready to work in the water! With the use of aqua noodles, water barbells, steps,
resistance bands, and great choreography, we will help you get FIT without all the impact on
your joints! Grab your suit and join us in the pool!
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FITNESS
WELLNESS PROGRAMS
WORK THE
JOINTS
CHAIR YOGA
TAI CHI
GENTLE
YOGA
HATHA YOGA
HATHA YOGA • GENTLE YOGA
TAI CHI • CHAIR YOGA • WORK THE JOINTS
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
MEMBER
RESIDENT
FEE
20052
THURSDAY
1/7–3/17
6:30 – 7:30 pm
$85
$95
$105
20051
SATURDAY
1/9–3/19
8:30 – 9:30 am
$85
$95
$105
20056
THURSDAY
3/31–5/19
6:30 – 7:30 pm
$68
$76
$84
20055
SATURDAY
4/2–5/21
8:30 – 9:30 am
$68
$76
$84
20063
MONDAY
1/4–3/14
5:00 – 6:00 pm
$85
$95
$105
20065
MONDAY
3/28–5/16
5:00 – 6:00 pm
$68
$76
$84
19888
WEDNESDAY
1/6–3/9
10:00 – 11:00 am
$85
$95
$105
19923
WEDNESDAY
3/30–5/18
10:00 – 11:00 am
$68
$76
$84
20059
FRIDAY
1/8–3/11
10:30 – 11:30 am
$85
$95
$105
847-465-2943
20061
FRIDAY
4/1–5/20
10:30 – 11:30 am
$68
$76
$84
FOR UPDATED
CLASSES & TIMES
20753
WEDNESDAY
1/6–3/9
10:30 – 11:30 am
$85
$95
$105
20754
WEDNESDAY
3/30–5/18
10:30 – 11:30 am
$68
$76
$84
HATHA YOGA
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 14 YEARS & OLDER • INSTRUCTOR: LIZ BRUSH
Live & Breathe…Do Yoga. Enjoy the endless benefits of Yoga as Liz
moves you through poses proven to reduce blood pressure, build core
strength, and improve spinal health, immune and lymphatic systems,
breathing, and overall wellness. The focus is on you and your flexibility,
strength, relaxation, concentration, and body awareness. This class is
open to everyone – whether you are new to or experienced in Yoga.
Dress in comfortable clothes. Participants are encouraged to bring a mat.
No class 2/11, 2/13.
GENTLE YOGA
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 14 YEARS & OLDER • INSTRUCTOR: NANCY RABENAU
The focus on balance, flexibility, and stress reduction through Gentle
Yoga benefits all ages and abilities. Basic poses, alignment principles,
and breathing techniques address the needs of beginners, seniors, and
those with injuries and limitations. Class is taught at a pace that allows
everyone to follow; no prior Yoga experience necessary. No class 2/15.
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IF YOU ARE NOT
COMPLETELY SATISFIED
WITH THE FIRST
SCHEDULED WELLNESS
CLASS, OR IF YOU HAVE
A SCHEDULE CONFLICT,
REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED
AFTER THE FIRST CLASS
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
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847-465-3333
•
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
AFTER THE SECOND
CLASS MEETING,
REFUNDS ONLY ISSUED
WITH A PHYSICIAN’S NOTE.
ALL CLASSES ARE
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
WITHOUT NOTICE BASED
ON PARTICIPATION.
TAI CHI
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 14 YEARS & OLDER • INSTRUCTOR: ABIGAIL TURCOTTE
Experience the natural flow of energy while bringing calm and
centered-ness to your soul in Tai Chi. Improve balance, overall good
health and prevent injury in this slow, gentle moving meditation focusing
on reducing stress, developing balance and emotional well-being.
CHAIR YOGA
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 14 YEARS & OLDER • INSTRUCTOR: NANCY RABENAU
Chair Yoga is for those who do not feel comfortable getting on the floor to
exercise on the Yoga mat, but could still benefit from the techniques used
in Yoga. Learn the techniques with personalized modifications while sitting
in a chair. No experience necessary to join in!
NEW! WORK THE JOINTS
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 18 YEARS & OLDER • INSTRUCTOR: LISA WATSON
Strengthen your muscles to enhance mobility. Small, super-controlled
movements reduce pressure on joints, tendons, ligaments and spine
to expand your range of motion and improve balance, flexibility,
and endurance.
FITKids
GROUP FITNESS CLASSES
The
FITKids
program helps develop social,
emotional, and cognitive skills while providing
physical exercise and developing a realistic
perspective on making good fitness decisions.
KICKBOXING KIDS
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 5–13 YEARS • INSTRUCTOR: MEGHAN MCDONALD
Marital arts, cardio, and strength are rolled into a fun, energetic 45-minute
class. Kids have fun learning proper technique for kicking, blocking,
punching, and positioning all while getting a good workout and learning
how to properly warm-up and cool-down the muscles. No class 3/21.
This program creates space awareness and the
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
opportunity for kids to have fun while staying
19927
MONDAY
1/11–2/29
6:15 – 7:00 pm
$48
$56
active and fit. The focus is on the importance
19928
MONDAY
3/7–5/2
6:15 – 7:00 pm
$48
$56
of good exercise habits whether the children
are striving to become strong and fit or simply
playing and having a good time.
ZUMBA KIDS
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 4–14 YEARS • INSTRUCTOR: JESSICA CHARTRAND
What a blast! Zumba Kids is a fast-forward fusion of the Zumba
program’s moves (salsa, cumbia, reggaeton, hip-hop, and more) and
workouts designed to let kids max out on fun and fitness all at the same
time. Safe and effective, kids can’t wait to get into the Zumba groove.
Watch their energy and fitness levels soar. No class 3/23.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
19925
WEDNESDAY
1/13–3/2
5:15 – 6:00 pm
$48
$56
19926
WEDNESDAY
1/13–3/2
6:15 – 7:00 pm
$48
$56
19929
WEDNESDAY
3/9–5/4
5:15 – 6:00 pm
$48
$56
19930
WEDNESDAY
3/9–5/4
6:15 – 7:00 pm
$48
$56
NEW! AMAZING ATHLETES
LOCATION: CRC • GRADES: 3–5 • INSTRUCTOR: KYLE MCDONALD
Learn what it takes to be an athlete! These two six-week sessions help
students develop the confidence and ability to try any sport they want.
Understand the importance of living an active lifestyle and improve
strength, flexibility, speed, and agility.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20629
THURSDAY
1/14–2/18
4:00 – 5:00 pm
$36
$42
20631
THURSDAY
4/7–5/12
4:00 – 5:00 pm
$36
$42
NEW! EXCEL AS AN ATHLETE
LOCATION: CRC • GRADES: 6–8 • INSTRUCTOR: KYLE MCDONALD
Perfect for all students who might be interested in trying out for club teams
or high school sports! Building off fundamentals, this class offers more
advanced exercises and activities to move students one step further in their
athletic abilities. Be the best athlete you can be by working out with friends
and having fun in these two six-week sessions.
847- 465-3333
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20630
THURSDAY
1/14–2/18
5:00 – 6:00 pm
$36
$42
20632
THURSDAY
4/7–5/12
5:00 – 6:00 pm
$36
$42
WPD FITKids INFORMATION
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327 W. DUNDEE ROAD
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WHEELING, IL 60090
847-465-POOL
“Home of Willie the Whale”
FOR A MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE
JUST ADD WATER!
JOIN US FOR OPENING DAY
SATURDAY, MAY 28
BUY A MEMBERSHIP TODAY!
GROUP RATES & PRIVATE
PARTIES AVAILABLE. CALL
847-465-3333
TODAY TO MAKE
YOUR RESERVATION.
FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER HOURS
REGULAR SEASON
Open every day at 10:00 am starting May 28
Weekends 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Weekdays 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
DAILY ADMISSION
$13.00
General
$11.50
Youth (3–9 YEARS)
Children (2 YEARS & UNDER) FREE
$9.00
Seniors (62 YEARS+)
AMENITIES
GROUP RATES are available for 25 or more people.
Advance reservations are required. 847-465-3333
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TSUNAMI SPLASH
Water playground with
large tipping bucket
VOLCANO VALLEY
Tube and body slides
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
•
PARADISE FALLS
Two drop slides
ALOHA BEACH
Zero-depth entry
main pool
847-465-3333
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LILY PAD LAGOON
Splash pool with water
basketball & monkey
bar activity pad
WILLIE THE WHALE
TODDLER SLIDE
KONA COURTS
Sand volleyball
WILLIE’S
COCONUT CAFÉ
KEIKI ISLAND
Sand-play area
GRASSY
TANNING AREA
LAP LANES
DIVING BOARD
PICNIC AREA
SPACIOUS
LOCKER ROOMS
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
TWO POOLS
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD
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WHEELING, IL 60090
847-465-7674
THREE MEMBERSHIP CHOICES
ALL KINDS OF WATER FUN!
The Wheeling Park District outdoor Family Aquatic
Center and indoor Arctic Splash offer year-round
swimming for the entire family. Pick the membership
that best suits your needs and come as often as you
like for unlimited water fun. An Aquatic Membership
makes coming through the admission gate easy and
convenient. Memberships are valid one year from date
of purchase. Avoid the rush. Stop by the Guest Service
Desk at the CRC and buy your membership today.
INDOOR AQUATIC CENTER
“Home of Petie the Polar Bear”
INDOOR & OUTDOOR
AQUATIC CENTER MEMBERSHIP
YEAR-ROUND USE OF INDOOR AQUATIC FACILITY
& SEASONAL ACCESS TO OUTDOOR AQUATIC FACILITY
DAILY ADMISSION FEES
$6.50
YOUTH
3–9 YEARS
$5.50
SENIORS
62 YEARS & OLDER
$5.50
CHILDREN
2 YEARS & UNDER
FREE
AMENITIES
GENERAL
10–61 YEARS
RESIDENT
FEE
$131
$159
$96/person
$116/person
$84/person
$104/person
YOUTH INDIVIDUAL
3–17 YEARS
$96
$116
SENIORS
62 YEARS & OLDER
$104
$134
INDIVIDUAL
18–61 YEARS
2–3 INDIVIDUALS
MUST RESIDE IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD
4+ INDIVIDUALS
MUST RESIDE IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD
ZERO-DEPTH LEISURE POOL
DECK OBSERVATION AREA
PETIE THE POLAR BEAR
TODDLER SLIDE
FOUR-LANE, 25-YARD
LAP POOL
MINI LAZY RIVER
SPACIOUS MEN’S & WOMEN’S
LOCKER ROOMS
INTERACTIVE WATER PLAY
STRUCTURES
FAMILY LOCKER ROOM
INDOOR
ARCTIC SPLASH MEMBERSHIP
YEAR-ROUND USE OF THE ARCTIC SPLASH INDOOR POOL
INDIVIDUAL
18–61 YEARS
2–3 INDIVIDUALS
MUST RESIDE IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD
4+ INDIVIDUALS
RESIDENT
FEE
$70
$90
$55/person
$65/person
$50/person
$60/person
YOUTH INDIVIDUAL
3–17 YEARS
$55
$65
SENIORS
62 YEARS & OLDER
$59
$79
MUST RESIDE IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD
NEED A JOB?
OUTDOOR
AQUATIC CENTER MEMBERSHIP
SUMMER SEASONAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE
USE OF OUTDOOR AQUATIC FACILITIES
DURING REGULAR AND POST-SEASON
Lifeguards, head lifeguards, swim instructors, guest service associates, concession
staff, and leaders needed for the Family Aquatic Center and Arctic Splash.
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT IS AN ELLIS &
ASSOCIATES® FACILITY. NO OTHER
LIFEGUARD CERTIFICATIONS ARE
ACCEPTED. ELLIS TRAINING PROVIDED
BY THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT.
REQUIREMENTS:
ALL APPLICANTS MUST BE AT LEAST 16 YEARS OF AGE
BY MAY 15, 2016; 18 YEARS & OLDER (BY MAY 15, 2016)
PREFERRED FOR LEADERS
AQUATICS EXPERIENCE A PLUS (LIFEGUARD/SWIM INSTRUCTOR)
RESIDENT
FEE
$94
$124
$70/person
$80/person
$60/person
$70/person
YOUTH INDIVIDUAL
3–17 YEARS
$70
$80
SENIORS
62 YEARS & OLDER
$79
$99
INDIVIDUAL
18–61 YEARS
2–3 INDIVIDUALS
MUST RESIDE IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD
4+ INDIVIDUALS
MUST RESIDE IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD
Applications accepted beginning December 11. Apply online at
http://www.applitrack.com/wheelingparkdistrict/onlineapp/
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HOW MANY WAYS
CAN YOU HAVE
FUN
AT THE INDOOR
ARCTIC
SPLASH
POOL?
GROUP RATES
Groups of 15 or more are eligible for group rates.
Reservations must be made in advance.
GROUP RATE RESERVATIONS
847-465-3333
OPEN SWIM
SCHEDULES ARE AVAILABLE AT WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM OR VISIT
THE CRC GUEST SERVICE DESK OR ARCTIC SPLASH OFFICE.
The Arctic Splash offers a variety of days and times for you and your
family to enjoy our indoor water play land. See the Open and Lap
Swim schedule for dates and times.
LAP SWIM
FEE: FITNESS CENTER, INDOOR, OR INDOOR/OUTDOOR AQUATIC MEMBERSHIPS
OR DAILY ADMISSION
The Arctic Splash offers a variety of days and times for you and your
family to enjoy our indoor water play land. See the Open and Lap
Swim schedule for dates and times.
Schedules are available at www.wheelingparkdistrict.com or visit the
CRC Guest Service Desk or Arctic Splash office.
SENIOR SWIM
Senior Aquatic Members, 62 years and older, are encouraged to
swim at Arctic Splash. A valid Wheeling Park District indoor Aquatic
Membership or daily admission is required during all Open and Lap
Swim times. Seniors may be sharing the pool with other patrons.
PARENT/TOT SWIM DROP-IN
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING THROUGH MAY 27
TIME: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
FEE: $3/PARENT, FREE FOR CHILDREN 3 YEARS & UNDER
Spend quality time with your child in the water and interact
with other parents and kids, too.
SCOUT BADGE PROGRAM
FEE: $5/SCOUT
Bring your Girl/Boy Scout troop to the indoor Arctic Splash and
we will help you complete your swimming and first aid badges.
AQUATIC FITNESS CLASSES
FOR DAYS AND TIMES, PLEASE SEE THE GROUP FITNESS SCHEDULE POSTED
AT THE CRC OR ON THE WEBSITE.
This low-impact exercise program, for men and women of all ages,
uses water as resistance to displace 90 percent of your body weight,
and, unlike land aerobics, eliminates stress on the joints. See page 17
for a list of Aquatic classes. Check the Group Fitness schedule for days
and times.
HOLIDAY EGG HUNT
SCOTT ANTHONY • 847-465-2944
[email protected]
As Aquatics Manager, Scott Anthony is working to make your
experience at the Family Aquatic Center and Arctic Splash pools
memorable. If you have questions about Swim Lessons, Parent/
Tot Swim Drop-in, Scout Badge Program, Lap Swim, Open Swim,
or any Aquatics program, talk to Scott.
DATE: SATURDAY, MARCH 19
FEE: $3 OR MEMBERSHIP PASS (INCLUDES EGG HUNT AND OPEN SWIM USAGE)
AGE/TIME: 2–3 YEARS 11:00 – 11:15 AM
4–5 YEARS 11:15 – 11:30 AM
6–8 YEARS 11:30 – 11:45 AM
This Holiday Egg Hunt comes with a splashy twist. Hunt for floating
eggs filled with goodies. Bring your bathing suit and basket and grab
as many eggs as you can find. An adult must accompany children in
the water. The hunt goes fast, so please arrive on time for each age
group. After all ages have gone, Open Swim is available.
PRIVATE PARTIES
CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: 847-465-3333
Rent the entire Arctic Splash for your next big event. The pool is
available for family or birthday parties after hours, on weekends.
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WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
•
847-465-3333
•
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
SWIM
LESSONS
SWIM LESSONS INFORMATION
847-465-3333
PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS
LOCATION: ARCTIC SPLASH
RESIDENT: $20/LESSON • NON-RESIDENT: $23/LESSON
REGISTRATION CODE: 20760
All ages are welcome to participate in these individualized, half-hour
lessons. Please complete the Private/Semi-private Swim Lesson form;
a member of the Aquatic Staff will contact you to set up a lesson time.
Lessons are subject to instructor availability and are scheduled on a
first-come, first-served basis. Cancellations must be made 24 hours in
advance or you will forfeit that lesson.
SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS
LOCATION: ARCTIC SPLASH
RESIDENT: $16/LESSON • NON-RESIDENT: $19/LESSON
REGISTRATION CODE: 20761
Swim skills are easier to master working in a group with one other
similarly-skilled student. Semi-private lessons provide more personalized
instruction than group lessons so students can focus on their individual
needs andprogress at their own pace. Register with a buddy, or we will try to
pair you with a similarly-skilled student. Semi-private lessons are guaranteed
only when two similarly-skilled students are available. All ages are welcome.
Please complete the Private/Semi-private Swim Lesson form. A member of
the Aquatic Staff will contact you to set up a lesson time.
PARENT/CHILD SWIM LESSONS
LOCATION: ARCTIC SPLASH LEISURE POOL • AGE: 6–36 MONTHS
New swimmers, ages 6 to 36 months, are introduced to the
aquatic environment with songs and games along with basic
water acclimation. Parents need to hold their child in the water
throughout the class. Swim diapers required for all children.
CODE
DAY
DATE
20688
SATURDAY
1/9–2/6
20689
SUNDAY
1/10–2/7
20690
SATURDAY
2/13–3/19
20691
SUNDAY
20692
20693
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
10:00 –10:30 am
$47
$57
10:00 –10:30 am
$47
$57
10:00 –10:30 am
$57
$67
2/14–3/20
10:00 –10:30 am
$57
$67
SATURDAY
4/2–5/14
10:00 –10:30 am
$67
$77
SUNDAY
4/3–5/15
10:00 –10:30 am
$67
$77
ADULT SWIM LESSONS
LOCATION: ARCTIC SPLASH LAP POOL • AGE: 15 YEARS & OLDER
Get the attention you need in these semi-private lessons with
a four-to-one participant to instructor ratio. The relaxed
atmosphere in class allows you to focus on the fundamentals
of swimming to improve your skills. Lessons are personalized
to meet your needs.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20507
SATURDAY
1/9–2/6
11:25 – 11:55 am
$47
$57
20508
SUNDAY
1/10–2/7
11:25 – 11:55 am
$47
$57
SATURDAY 2/13–3/19 11:25 – 11:55 am
20509
$57
$67
2/14–3/20 11:25 – 11:55 am
$57
$67
SATURDAY
4/2–5/14
11:25 – 11:55 am
$67
$77
SUNDAY
4/3–5/15
11:25 – 11:55 am
$67
$77
20510
SUNDAY
20511
20512
SWIM STROKE CLINIC
LOCATION: ARCTIC SPLASH LAP POOL
AGE: 8 YEARS & OLDER OR LEVEL 4 EQUIVALENT
Do you know how to swim but need to brush up on your skills?
Take it one stroke at a time. Each clinic is designed to help
refine a specific stroke, from proper arm placement to correct
breathing techniques.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20722
MONDAY
1/11–2/8
5:30 –6:00 pm
$50
$60
20723
MONDAY
1/11–2/8
6:00 –6:30 pm
$50
$60
20724
MONDAY
2/15–3/21
5:30 –6:00 pm
$60
$70
20725
MONDAY
2/15–3/21
6:00 –6:30 pm
$60
$70
20726
MONDAY
3/28–5/9
5:30 –6:00 pm
$70
$80
20727
MONDAY
3/28–5/9
6:00 –6:30 pm
$70
$80
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
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SWIM
LESSONS
WINTER/SPRING
SWIM LESSONS INFORMATION
WEEK OF 1/10 – WEEK OF 2/8
SESSION 2
WEEK OF 2/14 – WEEK OF 3/22
SESSION 3
WEEK OF 4/11 – WEEK OF 5/17
SESSION 1
WEEK OF 1/6 – WEEK OF 2/5
SESSION 2
WEEK OF 2/10 – WEEK OF 3/19
SESSION 3
WEEK OF 3/31 – WEEK OF 5/14
847-465-3333
SWIM SCHOOL LESSONS
LOCATION: ARCTIC SPLASH LAP POOL • AGE: 6 YEARS & OLDER
LENGTH: 25 MINUTES OF INSTRUCTION AND 5 MINUTES OF SUPERVISED PLAY
SEAHORSE MIN/MAX PARTICIPANTS: 2/6
Beginner skills are covered including bobs, swimming on front and back with support
of swim instructor.
CLOWNFISH MIN/MAX PARTICIPANTS: 2/6
Learn front and back float, front and back crawl, and bobs without the assistance
of a swim instructor.
PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS
AGE: 3–5 YEARS • LOCATION: ARCTIC SPLASH LEISURE POOL
LENGTH: 25 MINUTES OF INSTRUCTION; 5 MINUTES OF SUPERVISED PLAY
MIN/MAX PARICIPANTS: 2/4
DAY
GUPPIES Beginner preschool-aged swimmers learn skills including
blowing bubbles, front and back floats with assistance of an instructor,
jumping in with assistance, and front stroke.
MINNOWS Advanced preschool swimmer learn skills including putting
face fully in the water for 5 seconds, front and back floats unassisted, front
and back swim unassisted, doing bobs, and front stroke.
DATE
1/5–2/2
TUESDAY
WEEKENDS
SESSION 1
WEEKDAYS
SWIM LESSON SESSIONS
2/9–3/15
3/29–5/10
2/9–3/15
3/29–5/10
THURSDAY
1/7–2/4
2/11–3/17
3/31–5/12
SATURDAY
1/9–2/6
2/13–3/19
4/2–5/14
SUNDAY
1/10–2/7
2/14–3/20
4/3–5/15
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GUPPIES
MINNOWS
4:10 – 4:40 pm
20556
20663
5:35 – 6:05 pm
4:10 – 4:40 pm
20557
20558
20664
20686
5:35 – 6:05 pm
20559
20665
4:10 – 4:40 pm
5:35 – 6:05 pm
4:10 – 4:40 pm
5:35 – 6:05 pm
4:10 – 4:40 pm
5:35 – 6:05 pm
4:10 – 4:40 pm
5:35 – 6:05 pm
10:00 – 10:30 am
11:25 – 11:55 am
10:00 – 10:30 am
11:25 – 11:55 am
10:00 – 10:30 am
11:25 – 11:55 am
10:00 – 10:30 am
11:25 – 11:55 am
10:00 – 10:30 am
11:25 – 11:55 am
10:00 – 10:30 am
11:25 – 11:55 am
20560
20561
20571
20572
20562
20563
20564
20565
20573
20574
20566
20567
20575
20576
20568
20569
20570
20577
20578
20579
20666
20667
20668
20669
20670
20671
20676
20677
20678
20679
20672
20675
20680
20681
20673
20674
20682
20683
20684
20685
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
•
847-465-3333
•
RESIDENT
FEE
$48
$58
$58
$68
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
$68
$78
$48
$58
$58
$68
$68
$78
$48
$58
$58
$68
$68
$78
$48
$58
$58
$68
$68
$78
1/7–2/4
THURSDAY
TUESDAY
1/5–2/2
TIME
2/11–3/17
3/31–5/12
1/9–2/6
SATURDAY
DATE
2/13–3/19
4/2–5/14
1/10–2/7
SUNDAY
DAY
2/14–3/20
4/3–5/15
TIME
SEAHORSE
CLOWN
FISH
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20698
20581
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20699
20582
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20700
20602
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20720
20603
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20701
20583
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20721
20604
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20702
20584
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20703
20585
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20704
20586
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20705
20587
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20718
20600
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20706
20588
10:35 – 11:20 am
20707
20601
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20708
20589
10:35 – 11:20 am
20709
20590
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20710
20591
10:35 – 11:20 am
20716
20596
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20715
20597
10:35 – 11:20 am
20711
20592
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20712
20593
10:35 – 11:20 am
20713
20594
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20714
20595
10:35 – 11:20 am
20719
20598
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20717
20599
RESIDENT
FEE
$50
$60
$60
$70
$70
$80
$50
$60
$60
$70
$70
$80
$50
$60
$60
$70
$70
$80
$50
$60
$60
$70
$70
$80
SWIM
LESSONS
NEW STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO BE TESTED TO
BE SURE PLACEMENT IN THE CORRECT LEVEL IS ACHIEVED.
COME DURING OUR OPEN SWIM TIMES.
SWIM LESSON
PROGRAM
INFORMATION
LIONFISH MIN/MAX PARTICIPANTS: 2/6
Participants are taught rotary breathing, elementary backstroke, and coordinated pull and kick in breaststroke.
LESSONS FOCUS ON FOUR TO FIVE PRIMARY
DOLPHINS MIN/MAX PARTICIPANTS: 2/6
Participants refine breaststroke and proficiency in freestyle and backstroke is stressed.
SKILLS ALONG WITH THREE TO FOUR
MARLINS MIN/MAX PARTICIPANTS: 2/8
This level focuses on endurance, distance, and proficiency in all strokes. Butterfly is emphasized.
SECONDARY SKILLS THAT HELP BUILD
SHARKS MIN/MAX PARTICIPANTS: 2/8
Endurance, distance, and proficiency in all strokes are emphasized. Flip turns and individual medley are introduced.
DAY
DATE
TUESDAY
1/5–2/2
2/9–3/15
3/29–5/10
THURSDAY
1/7–2/4
2/11–3/17
3/31–5/12
SATURDAY
1/9–2/6
2/13–3/19
4/2–5/14
SUNDAY
1/10–2/7
2/14–3/20
4/3–5/15
TIME
LIONFISH
DOLPHINS
MARLINS
SHARKS
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20605
20533
20639
–
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20606
20534
20640
20514
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20627
20532
20641
–
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20607
20545
20653
20515
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20608
20548
20655
–
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20609
20549
20660
20516
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20611
20535
20651
–
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20610
20536
20642
20517
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20612
20546
20654
–
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20613
20537
20643
20518
4:45 – 5:30 pm
20625
20550
20656
–
6:10 – 6:55 pm
20614
20551
20659
20519
10:35 – 11:20 am
20626
20538
20644
20520
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20615
20539
20652
20521
10:35 – 11:20 am
20616
20540
20645
20522
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20628
20541
20646
20523
10:35 – 11:20 am
20619
20552
20661
20524
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20620
20553
20662
20525
10:35 – 11:20 am
20623
20542
20647
20526
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20624
20543
20648
20527
10:35 – 11:20 am
20617
20547
20649
20528
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20618
20544
20650
20529
10:35 – 11:20 am
20621
20554
20657
20530
12:00 – 12:45 pm
20622
20555
20658
20531
RESIDENT
FEE
ENDURANCE AND STROKE TECHNIQUE TO
BRIDGE THE STUDENT TO THE NEXT LEVEL.
IF YOU ARE UNSURE OF THE LEVEL, PLEASE
REGISTER FOR A LOWER LEVEL, AS THOSE
$50
$60
$60
$70
$70
$80
$50
$60
FILL MORE QUICKLY.
CHILDREN DO NOT ALWAYS COMPLETE
ALL REQUIRED SKILLS IN ONE SESSION.
(IT IS NOT UNCOMMON FOR A CHILD’S
ABILITY LEVEL TO FLUCTUATE BASED ON
ATTENDANCE AND REPETITION IN A LESSON
PROGRAM.)
$60
$70
$70
$80
$50
$60
$60
$70
$70
$80
$50
$60
$60
$70
$70
$80
PLEASE BE PATIENT. WATER ACCLIMATION IS
A LONGER PROCESS FOR SOME CHILDREN.
STAFF MAKES A REASONABLE EFFORT TO
ENCOURAGE CHILDREN TO GET INTO THE
WATER, BUT CHILDREN MUST ENTER THE WATER
WILLINGLY.
SWIM LESSONS
INFORMATION
847-465-3333
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
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PRESCHOOL
“LEARNING
THROUGH PLAY!”
RESERVE YOUR CHILD’S SPOT TODAY.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR FALL 2016
AUGUST 12, 2016
The Wheeling Park District Preschool is guided by the
philosophy of “learning through play”. Through activities like
art, games, storytelling, cooking, movement, and songs, children
develop self-control, physical coordination, and social skills.
Children are exposed to letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and
readiness skills in an encouraging, nurturing setting. The
Wheeling Park District Preschool provides a secure and supportive
environment for developing a love for school. A detailed Preschool
Parent Handbook is available at Parent Orientation.
PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 • 6:30 – 7:30 PM
CRC • 333 W. DUNDEE ROAD, WHEELING
MEET OUR STAFF, TOUR THE FACILITY,
AND GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED.
OUR STAFF
The Wheeling Park District Preschool Staff are qualified,
experienced teachers who pride themselves on creating
a warm, sensitive, safe, and educational environment.
A ratio of one experienced teacher for every eight children
is maintained. Teachers attend yearly Early Childhood
conferences to keep up-to-date on the latest standards
and trends and are always bringing new ideas to their
daily classroom activities.
OUR CLASSROOMS FEATURE:
• Learning Centers for math, writing, reading, art,
science, and dramatic play
• Colorful, imaginative designs
• Toddler/youth sized restroom facilities in each classroom
• Fully accessible and ADA compliant outdoor playground
adjacent to the Preschool classrooms
• Indoor gymnasium
REGISTRATION INFORMATION & CRITERIA
All children registering for the 2016-2017 Preschool
programs must meet the age requirement for the class. This
means a birthday prior to September 1, 2016 (or between
September 1 and December 31, 2016 for the two- to
three-year-old program). A complete registration form
with class choice(s), up-to-date medical forms, and a copy
of your child’s birth certificate must be on file prior to the
first day of attendance.
A $25 registration fee is due at the time of registration.
The Preschool payment plan is for September – May.
Be sure to register by August 12. Classes not meeting
minimum enrollment (typically 8 students) by August 12
will be cancelled.
After August 31, a $50 cancellation fee will be assessed
for all preschool withdrawals. Refunds are not issued
for absences or vacations.
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•
847-465-3333
•
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
PRESCHOOL
ALMOST THREE, JUST LIKE ME
CHILDREN WHO TURN THREE BETWEEN
SEPTEMBER 1 & DECEMBER 31, 2016
If your child has a “late” birthday, get
a head start in our Preschool program.
Teachers developed this class to
encourage the transition from home
to school with an introduction to group
activities, following directions, and social
skills. All of this serves to support the
“learning through play” philosophy.
TERRIFIC THREES
MUST BE THREE BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
START SMART PRE-K
MUST BE FOUR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
The three-year-old program is
designed for a child ready to flourish
in a school setting. Our program stresses
socialization, cooperative play, fine motor
skills, sharing, and following directions.
Choose from a two-day per week or
a three-day per week class option.
Terrific Threes is the middle step in our
continuum of “learning though play.”
In this positive, nurturing environment,
children are introduced to colors,
letters, and numbers, all of which
help to encourage a love of learning
and education.
The four-year-old curriculum develops
skills needed for entering kindergarten
in area school districts. Our program
is based on suggestions and input from
School District #21 kindergarten
teachers and stresses the development
of independence and cognitive skills
through learning centers, structured
activities, socialization, cooperative and
dramatic play, and sharing. In this final
step before kindergarten, make sure your
eager learner is as prepared as possible!
2016 – 2017 SCHOOL YEAR
PRESCHOOL CLASSES START THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 6, 2016
CODE
19801
CLASS
AGE
ALMOST THREE, JUST LIKE ME 2 YEARS
DAY
START
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
MONDAY, FRIDAY
9/9
10:30 am – 12:00 pm
$84/MONTH
$97/MONTH
19802
TERRIFIC THREES
3 YEARS
TUESDAY, THURSDAY
9/6
9:00 – 11:30 am
$114/MONTH
$136/MONTH
19803
TERRIFIC THREES
3 YEARS
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
9/6
12:30 – 2:30 pm
$131/MONTH
$157/MONTH
19804
START SMART PRE-K 4-DAY
4 YEARS
MONDAY – THURSDAY
9/6
9:00 – 11:45 am
$228/MONTH
$273/MONTH
19805
TERRIFIC THREES / START
SMART PRE-K 4-DAY
3–4
YEARS
MONDAY – THURSDAY
9/6
12:30 – 3:00 pm
$225/MONTH
$269/MONTH
19806
START SMART PRE-K 3-DAY
4 YEARS
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY
9/7
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
$182/MONTH
$217/MONTH
REGISTER TODAY AT THE CRC GUEST SERVICE DESK!
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EARLY
CHILDHOOD
KARATE CLASSES
PAGES 38–39
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
MONDAY
2/1–5/2
10:30 – 11:45 am
$4/child/day
$5/child/day
1–4 YEARS
WEDNESDAY
1/20–5/4
10:30 – 11:45 am
$4/child/day
$5/child/day
1–4 YEARS
FRIDAY
1/22–5/6
10:30 – 11:45 am
$4/child/day
$5/child/day
1–4 YEARS
TODDLER TIME GET READY FOR PRESCHOOL
LOCATION: CRC
Is your tot almost ready for school? Start your child on the right road to learning and
appreciating education. At this age, children are eager to learn from a teacher and to
begin practicing social skills. Art projects, circle time, exciting learning centers, and
“learning through play” are highlighted each week. For Wednesday class, parent must
accompany child for the entire class. No class 1/18, 1/25, 2/12, 2/15, 3/21, 3/23, 3/25.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
19796
MONDAY
1/4–5/9
9:15 – 10:15 am
$88
$104
2–3 YEARS
19797
WEDNESDAY
1/20–5/4
9:15 – 10:15 am
$88
$104
1–2 YEARS
19798
FRIDAY
1/15–5/6
9:15 – 10:15 am
$88
$104
2–3 YEARS
PARENT/TOT TUMBLING
LOCATION: CRC
New instructor! Enjoy quality time with your child exploring the world of gymnastics.
Tots develop gross motor skills moving, jumping, and tumbling while having fun.
One parent must participate with child during class.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
20743
SATURDAY
1/23–3/5
10:00 – 10:45 am
$50
$58
2–3 YEARS
20745
SATURDAY
4/2–5/14
10:00 – 10:45 am
$50
$58
2–3 YEARS
PARENT/TOT SPORTS
LOCATION: TWAIN SCHOOL
Have a blast exploring the basics of t-ball, soccer, basketball, and more
with your child. This class develops social and motor skills as well as a
love for athletics.
CODE
28
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
19799
SATURDAY 1/23–3/5
9:00 – 9:45 am
$46
$54
2–4 YEARS
19800
SATURDAY
9:00 – 9:45 am
$46
$54
2–4 YEARS
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
•
4/2–5/14
847-465-3333
•
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
SUMMER CAMP
INSERT
WIGGLE TIME DROP IN WITH YOUR TODDLER
LOCATION: CRC
Climb, jump, crawl, and run! This “open gym” opportunity is available every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday mornings. Youngsters practice large and fine motor skills.
Parents and caregivers must remain with and supervise their child/children at the
program; fee is per child. No class 2/12, 2/15, 3/21, 3/23, 3/25.
Wheeling park district
2016
SUMMER camp
ifetime!
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Camp!
• Flex Camp (two- and three-Day Options)
• Preschool Camps
• morning Half-Day Camp
• Art, sports, adventure,
Extended care, a.m. & p.m.
• teen options & more!
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
847-465-3333
FULL-DAy
camps: June 6 - August 12
Camps:
Community Recreation Center (CRC)
333 W Dundee Road, Wheeling
Adventure Camp
It’s a great adventure! Great facilities, experienced counselors, fun activities, awesome
field trips, creative crafts, and crazy themes create a memorable summer just for kids!
Swim lessons during the camp day and before-and-after care are available for an
additional fee. Bring a sack lunch/drink, water bottle, swimsuit/towel daily.
Location: CRC
Time: 9 AM–3 PM
Days: Monday–Friday
Grades: K–6 (must be entering these grades in fall 2016)
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
19842
1
6/6-6/10
$155
$184
19843
2
6/13-6/17
$155
$184
19844
3
6/20-6/24
$155
$184
19845
4
6/27-7/1
$155
$184
19846
5
7/5-7/8
$124
$147
19847
6
7/11-7/15
$155
$184
19848
7
7/18-7/22
$155
$184
19849
8
7/25-7/29
$155
$184
19850
9
8/1-8/5
$155
$184
19851
10
8/8-8/12
$155
$184
*
No camp July 4.
*
water
fun!
Sports Camp
Action-packed days keep everyone involved in a variety of team sports played both
indoors and out. Also included in the fun are individual competitions, swimming at the
Family Aquatic Center, and field trips. Campers even get the opportunity to play at the
new Heritage Park Sports Complex!
Location: CRC
Time: 9 AM–3 PM
Code
Session
19853
19854
Days: Monday–Friday
Grades: 3–7 (must be entering these grades in fall 2016)
Dates
Resident
Fee
1
6/6-6/10
$155
$184
2
6/13-6/17
$155
$184
19855
3
6/20-6/24
$155
$184
19856
4
6/27-7/1
$155
$184
19857
5
7/5-7/8
$124
$147
19858
6
7/11-7/15
$155
$184
19859
7
7/18-7/22
$155
$184
19860
8
7/25-7/29
$155
$184
19861
9
8/1-8/5
$155
$184
19862
10
8/8-8/12
$155
$184
*
No camp July 4.
*
Register • Call/Stop By • 847-465-3333
Camps
NEW! Flex Camps
Need some flexibility? Sign up for the new Flex Camps designed to accommodate your
schedule. Choose two- or three-day options for Adventure or Sports Camps. Swim lessons
are available during camp for an additional fee with the two-day option. Bring a sack lunch/
drink, and water bottle daily.
Location: CRC
Time: 9 AM–3 PM
Days: 2- or 3-day options, Monday–Friday
Grades: Campers must be entering these grades in fall 2016
Adventure Camp • 3 Days • Gr K–6
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
Code
Session
Dates
19869
1
6/7, 6/9
$73
$85
19890
1
6/6, 6/8, 6/10
$107 $125
19870
2
6/14, 6/16
$73
$85
19891
2
6/13, 6/15, 6/17
$107 $125
19871
3
6/21, 6/23
$73
$85
19892
3
6/20, 6/22, 6/24
$107 $125
19872
4
6/28, 6/30
$73
$85
19893
4
6/27, 6/29, 7/1
$107 $125
19873
5
7/5, 7/7
$73
$85
19894
5
7/6, 7/8*
19874
6
7/12, 7/14
$73
$85
19895
6
7/11, 7/13, 7/15
$107 $125
19875
7
7/19, 7/21
$73
$85
19896
7
7/18, 7/20, 7/22
$107 $125
19876
8
7/26, 7/28
$73
$85
19897
8
7/25, 7/27, 7/29
$107 $125
19877
9
8/2, 8/4
$73
$85
19898
9
8/1, 8/3, 8/5
$107 $125
19878
10
8/9, 8/11
$73
$85
19899
10
8/8, 8/10, 8/12
$107 $125
Mon, Wed & Friday
Tuesday & Thursday
Adventure Camp • 2 Days • Gr K–6
$72
$84
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
19933
1
6/7, 6/9
$73
$85
19947
1
6/6, 6/8, 6/10
$107 $125
19934
2
6/14, 6/16
$73
$85
19948
2
6/13, 6/15, 6/17
$107 $125
19935
3
6/21, 6/23
$73
$85
19949
3
6/20, 6/22, 6/24
$107 $125
19936
4
6/28, 6/30
$73
$85
19950
4
6/27, 6/29, 7/1
$107 $125
19937
5
7/5, 7/7
$73
$85
19951
5
7/6, 7/8
19938
6
7/12, 7/14
$73
$85
19952
6
7/11, 7/13, 7/15
$107 $125
19939
7
7/19, 7/21
$73
$85
19953
7
7/18, 7/20, 7/22
$107 $125
19940
8
7/26, 7/28
$73
$85
19954
8
7/25, 7/27, 7/29
$107 $125
19941
9
8/2, 8/4
$73
$85
19955
9
8/1, 8/3, 8/5
$107 $125
19942
10
8/9, 8/11
$73
$85
19956
10
8/8, 8/10, 8/12
$72
*
Post Camp
Not ready for camp
to end? Grades K–8
Pick your days or sign up for all five and save $10! 7 AM–6 PM
at CRC. Perfect for when camp ends and school has yet to start!
Day
Date
19991 Mon Aug 15
19992 Tue
Aug 16
19993 Wed Aug 17
Code
Day
Date
19994
Thu
Aug 18
Costs
$45/day (resident)
$52/day (fee)
19995
Fri
Aug 19
$215/week (resident)
19996 Mon–Fri Aug 15–19
$250/week (fee)
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
Fee
$84
$107 $125
*
Code
Fee
Sports Camp • 3 Days • Gr 3–7
Mon, Wed & Friday
Tuesday & Thursday
Sports Camp • 2 Days • Gr 3–7
Resident
No camps July 4.
ART CAMP
Check it out: back page
Half-Day
camps
NEW!
tiny Tots
Camp Sunrise
Swimming at the Family Aquatic Center, group games and much more! It may be
only a half day, but it’s still tons of fun! Bring a water bottle, swimsuit, and towel daily.
If you’d like a snack, pack that, too.
Location: CRC
Days: Monday–Friday • Time: 9 AM–Noon
Grades: K–3 (must be entering these grades in fall 2016)
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
19980
1
6/6-6/10
$80
$96
19981
2
6/13-6/17
$80
$96
19982
3
6/20-6/24
$80
$96
19983
4
6/27-7/1
$80
$96
19984
5
7/5-7/8
$64
$77
19985
6
7/11-7/15
$80
$96
19986
7
7/18-7/22
$80
$96
19987
8
7/25-7/29
$80
$96
19988
9
8/1-8/5
$80
$96
19989
10
8/8-8/12
$80
$96
*
No camp July 4.
*
Lil’ Campers & Lil’ Campers Post Camp
Through fun and educational themes like nature, music, animals and more,
preschool-age campers learn, explore, discover, create and make friends! It’s the perfect
way to prepare for the school year. Visits to the Splash Pad at the Family Aquatic Center
are also part of the fun. Two-, four- and five-day options available.
Monday –
Friday
Tue &
Thu
Mon &
Wed
Location: CRC
Days: 2-, 4-, or 5-day, Mon/Wed, Tue/Thu or weeklong camp
Time: 9:15 AM–11:45 AM Age: 3–5 years (must be age 3 by June 1, 2016)
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
20017
1
6/6-6/22
$88
$100
20020
2
6/27-7/13
$73
$83
20023
3
Code
Session
7/18-8/3
$88
$100
Not ready for camp to end?
Dates
Resident
Fee
20018
1
6/7-6/23
$88
$100
20021
2
6/28-7/14
$88
$100
Get extra days of fun...
Pick your days, or sign up for all five and
SAVE $10! • 9:15 AM–11:45 AM at CRC
20024
3
7/19-8/4
$88
$100
Code
Day
Date
Resident
Fee
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
20027
Mon
Aug 8
$22
$29
20019
1
6/6-6/24
$220
$250
20028
Tue
Aug 9
$22
$29
20022
2
6/27-7/15* $205
$233
20029
Wed
Aug 10
$22
$29
3
20030
Thu
Aug 11
$22
$29
20025
20031
Fri
No camp July 4.
*
*
7/18-8/5
$220
$250
Post Camp
20026 M to F
Aug 12
$22
$29
8/8-8/12
$100
$135
Registration deadline: Wednesday, 8 PM, prior to the
session start date. Late registration accepted until 8:30 AM,
Monday, of that session, with a $20 late fee.
2016 SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION FORM
Please use one form for each registrant.
Make additional copies if needed.
THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT WAIVER & RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS
ON THE REVERSE SIDE MUST BE SIGNED IN ORDER TO REGISTER.
!
PAYMENT METHOD
Camper’s Full Name
DOB (MM/DD/YYYY)
Age
Gender
Grade (fall 2016)
 CASH
 CHECK
 MONEY ORDER  DISCOVER
 VISA
 MASTERCARD
 AMERICAN EXPRESS
Address
Returned check fee: $6
CityZIP
Receipt Number
Primary Phone
Credit Card Number
To withdraw from a session and receive a refund, a request must
be submitted the Thursday prior to the start of the withdrawn session.
Travelin’ Teen Camp is non-refundable.
CAMPER SWIM LESSONS Please circle all that apply.
Expiration & Security Code
Cardholder Name
Authorized Signature
Session
Code
Day
Date
Resident
Fee
1
19997
Tue, Thu
June 7 – 16
$39
$47
2
19998
Tue, Thu
June 21 – 30
$39
$47
3
19999
Tue, Thu
July 5 – 14
$39
$47
4
20000
Tue, Thu
July 19 – 28
$39
$47
5
20001
Tue, Thu
Aug 2 – 11
$39
$47
EXTENDED CAMP (BEFORE /AFTER CARE)
Code
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20 _ _ _
SUMMER CAMPS June 6 – August 12
Code
Session
Date
Camp
Grade
Fee
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Camps:
333 W Dundee Road, Wheeling
Summer Camp • 2016
20 _ _ _
20 _ _ _
Extended Camp
Fee
WAIVER
& RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS
WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
THIS WAIVER MUST BE SIGNED TO REGISTER IN A WHEELING PARK DISTRICT PROGRAM
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The Wheeling 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 Wheeling 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/programs.
You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or
adequately skilled for the activities contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially
if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way, or has recently suffered an illness, injury or
impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.
WARNING OF RISK
Recreational activities are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional
resources of each participant. 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. All hazards and dangers cannot be foreseen. Depending on the particular
activity, certain risks, dangers and injuries may exist due to inclement weather, slips and falls, poor
skill level or conditioning, carelessness, horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premises’ defects,
inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction or officiating, and other risks
inherent to the particular activity. In this regard, it is impossible for the Wheeling Park District to
guarantee absolute safety.
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND 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 services and vehicle operations, 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 Wheeling Park District, including its
officials, agents, volunteers and employees.
I HAVE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THE ABOVE IMPORTANT INFORMATION, WARNING OF RISK,
ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND WAIVER, AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS. IF REGISTERING ONLINE OR VIA FAX,
MY ONLINE OR FACSIMILE SIGNATURE SHALL SUBSTITUTE FOR AND HAVE THE SAME LEGAL
EFFECT AS AN ORIGINAL FORM SIGNATURE.
Participant’s Name (Please Print)Date
Participant’s Signature (18 Years or Older, or Parent/Guardian)
PARTICIPATION WILL BE DENIED IF THE SIGNATURE OF
ADULT PARTICIPANT OR PARENT/GUARDIAN AND DATE
ARE NOT ON THE WAIVER.
Please use one form for each registrant.
Make additional copies if needed.
2016 SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION SHEET
PLEASE COMPLETE BOTH SIDES OF THIS FORM.
SUMMER CAMPS (PLEASE INDICATE ALL THAT APPLY)
!
 ADVENTURE  ADVENTURE FLEX (2 DAYS)
 ART  LIL’ CAMPERS
 SPORTS
 SPORTS FLEX (2 DAYS)  COUNSELOR IN TRAINING
 ADVENTURE FLEX (3 DAYS)  EXTENDED
 TINY TOTS  SUNRISE  SPORTS FLEX (3 DAYS)
 TRAVELIN’ TEEN Camps: 333 W Dundee Road, Wheeling
Camper’s Full NameToday’s Date
PARENT/GUARDIAN WITH WHOM CAMPER LIVES
NameRelationship to Camper
Home PhoneBusiness Phone
EmailCell Phone
NameRelationship to Camper
Home PhoneBusiness Phone
EmailCell Phone
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION In event of an emergency and parent/guardian cannot be reached,
the camper will be released to:
NameRelationship to Camper
Home PhoneCell Phone
Business PhoneEmail
NameRelationship to Camper
Home PhoneCell Phone
Business PhoneEmail
NameRelationship to Camper
Home PhoneCell Phone
Business PhoneEmail
Summer Camp • 2016
WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
Questions? Call 847-465-3333
2016 SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION SHEET
PLEASE COMPLETE BOTH SIDES OF THIS FORM.
CAMPER MEDICAL INFORMATION
For Office Use Only
Received by:
Camper’s Full Name
WILL MEDICATION NEED TO BE GIVEN AT CAMP?
 YES  NO
If yes, please complete the Medication Dispensing Form and
Medication Waiver (available at the Guest Service Desk).
Date:
 Medical forms distributed
DOES YOUR CAMPER HAVE A MEDICAL CONDITION, FOOD ALLERGIES, OR ANY OTHER ISSUE
THAT WOULD EFFECT HIS/HER CAMP EXPERIENCE?  YES  NO
If yes, please use the space below to detail these conditions. Additional forms may need to be completed
based on your camper’s needs.
PLEASE EXPLAIN ANY ACCOMMODATION NECESSARY FOR SUCCESSFUL INCLUSION IN CAMP.
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS THAT MAY BE HELPFUL TO SHARE REGARDING YOUR CAMPER.
BY SIGNING THIS FORM, I HEREBY GRANT PERMISSION FOR THE EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION AND
TREATMENT OF MY CHILD AND THE RELEASE OF THIS REGISTRATION FORM TO PROVIDE MEDICAL AND
OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION.
Signature Parent/Guardian Name (Printed)Date
PERMISSION TO WALK/BIKE TO AND FROM CAMP
If your child is age 10 or older, and you would like him/her to walk/bike to and from camp,
please complete a Walk/Bike Permission Form available at the Guest Service Desk.
Your child will not be released from camp without a completed 2016 form.
DON’T FORGET to get your CAMP HANDBOOK (available at the Guest Service Desk).
for Teens & Tweens
Teen camp
Counselor
in training
Travelin’ Teen Camp... Explore the big city and find hidden gems
around town—for teens and tweens looking for a new and challenging way to
spend their summer. Visit museums, ballparks, arcades, and more! Field trips are held
Monday through Thursday, with some volunteer work.
On Fridays, campers spend the day at the Family
Aquatic Center.
Location: CRC Days: Mon–Fri • Time: 9 AM–3 PM
Grades: 7–9 (must be entering these grades in fall 2016)
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
19958
1
6/6-6/10
$203
$238
19959
2
6/13-6/17
$203
$238
19960
3
6/20-6/24
$203
$238
19961
4
6/27-7/1
$203
$238
19962
5
7/5-7/8
$162
$190
19963
6
7/11-7/15
$203
$238
*
19964
7
7/18-7/22
$203
$238
19965
8
7/25-7/29
$203
$238
19966
9
8/1-8/5
$203
$238
19967
10
8/8-8/12
$203
$238
No camps July 4.
Note: Due to space, Travelin’ Teen Camp is non-refundable.
*
Counselor In Training...
This program is a unique
opportunity designed to teach
motivated young adults to work with
campers. You’ll assist counselors
in supervising campers, preparing
supplies, leading games, and most
of all, learn. CIT orientation will
be held the week of May 23.
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
19969
1
6/6-6/10
$50
$60
19970
2
6/13-6/17
$50
$60
19971
3
6/20-6/24
$50
$60
19972
4
6/27-7/1
$50
$60
19973
5
7/5-7/8
$40
$48
19974
6
7/11-7/15
$50
$60
19975
7
7/18-7/22
$50
$60
19976
8
7/25-7/29
$50
$60
Location: CRC
Days: Monday–Friday
Time: 9 AM–3 PM
Age: 12–15
19977
9
8/1-8/5
$50
$60
(must be age 12 by June 1, 2016)
19978
10
8/8-8/12
$50
$60
*
come over!
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
For all camps • Get all the answers!
Counselor Meet-N-Greet: June 4
Drop in, anytime, 10 a.m. to Noon at CRC
Extended camps
fun
and
flexibility
all right here, with Wheeling
Park District’s summer camp programs. Extended Camp provides before and after
care to campers, with caring, responsible staff, in a fun, engaging and supervised
environment, until parents arrive. Light snacks are provided each morning and afternoon.
Activities include organized group games, arts and crafts, cooking, sports and other
exciting things. Half-day campers can register for before care if they attend Camp
Sunrise.
Location: CRC
Days: Monday–Friday
Time: 7 AM–9 AM (Before Care)
3 PM–6 PM (After Care)
Grades: K–9
(must be entering these grades in fall 2016)
Code
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
20085
Before 1
6/6-6/10
$41
$48
20096
After 1
6/6-6/10
$51
$60
20086
Before 2
6/13-6/17
$41
$48
20097
After 2
6/13-6/17
$51
$60
20087
Before 3
6/20-6/24
$41
$48
20098
After 3
6/20-6/24
$51
$60
20088
Before 4
6/27-7/1
$41
$48
20099
After 4
6/27-7/1
$51
$60
20089
Before 5
7/5-7/8
$33
$38
20100
After 5
7/5-7/8
$41
$48
20090
Before 6
7/11-7/15
$41
$48
20101
After 6
7/11-7/15
$51
$60
20091
Before 7
7/18-7/22
$41
$48
20102
After 7
7/18-7/22
$51
$60
20092
Before 8
7/25-7/29
$41
$48
20103
After 8
7/25-7/29
$51
$60
20093
Before 9
8/1-8/5
$41
$48
20104
After 9
8/1-8/5
$51
$60
8/8-8/12
$41
$48
8/8-8/12
$51
$60
*
*
20094 Before 10
20105
After 10
No camp July 4.
*
Register January 1
• Register: In-person, online, or,
for more information, call
847-465-3333. Forms are
included in this booklet.
• Registration deadline:
Wednesday, 8 p.m., prior to the
session start date. All campers
must be registered before the
deadline to avoid a $20 late fee.
Late registration is accepted until
8:30 a.m., Monday, of the session
start date, with a $20 late fee.
• Discounts: Sign up one child,
and each sibling receives a
$20, one-time Sibling Discount.
Financial assistance may be
available to Wheeling Park District
residents. Call 847-465-3333.
• Refunds: To receive a refund,
a request must be submitted the
Thursday prior to the start of the
withdrawn session.
• Camp details: Camp specific
info, i.e. field trip schedules,
theme days, etc., will be available
online and at Guest Services.
camps:
June 6 - August 12
Extended
camp
Extended Camp/A.M. • 2 Days • Gr K–9
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
20107
1
6/7, 6/9
$21
$24
20108
2
6/14, 6/16
$21
$24
20109
3
6/21, 6/23
$21
$24
20110
4
6/28, 6/30
$21
$24
20111
5
7/5, 7/7
$21
$24
20112
6
7/12, 7/14
$21
$24
20113
7
7/19, 7/21
$21
$24
20114
8
7/26, 7/28
$21
$24
20115
9
8/2, 8/4
$21
$24
20116
10
8/9, 8/11
$21
$24
Code
Tuesday & Thursday
Photo here
Extended Camp/P.M. • 2 Days • Gr K–9
Session
Dates
Resident
Fee
20118
1
6/7, 6/9
$25
$29
20119
2
6/14, 6/16
$25
$29
20120
3
6/21, 6/23
$25
$29
20121
4
6/28, 6/30
$25
$29
20122
5
7/5, 7/7
$25
$29
20123
6
7/12, 7/14
$25
$29
20124
7
7/19, 7/21
$25
$29
20125
8
7/26, 7/28
$25
$29
20126
9
8/2, 8/4
$25
$29
20127
10
8/9, 8/11
$25
$29
Tuesday & Thursday
Code
register
Registration begins January 1
Questions? Call 847-465-3333
Mon, Wed & Friday
Extended Camp/A.M. • 3 Days
Code
Session
Dates
19901
1
6/6, 6/8, 6/10
Extended Camp/P.M. • 3 Days
Resident Fee
$31
Code
$35 19902
Session
Dates
Resident Fee
1
6/6, 6/8, 6/10
$37
$43
19903
2
6/13, 6/15, 6/17
$31
$35 19904
2
6/13, 6/15, 6/17
$37
$43
19905
3
6/20, 6/22, 6/24
$31
$35 19906
3
6/20, 6/22, 6/24
$37
$43
19907
4
6/27, 6/29, 7/1
$31
$35 19908
4
6/27, 6/29, 7/1
$37
$43
19909
5
7/6, 7/8
$21
$23 19910
5
7/6, 7/8
$25
$29
19911
6
7/11, 7/13, 7/15
$31
$35 19912
6
7/11, 7/13, 7/15
$37
$43
19913
7
7/18, 7/20, 7/22
$31
$35 19914
7
7/18, 7/20, 7/22
$37
$43
*
*
19915
8
7/25, 7/27, 7/29
$31
$35 19916
8
7/25, 7/27, 7/29
$37
$43
19917
9
8/1, 8/3, 8/5
$31
$35 19918
9
8/1, 8/3, 8/5
$37
$43
19919
10
8/8, 8/10, 8/12
$31
$35 19920
10
8/8, 8/10, 8/12
$37
$43
For grades K thru 9. *No camp July 4.
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
Wheeling park district
SUMMER camp 2016
ART CAMP
Grades: K–9 (must be entering these grades in fall 2016)
Get artistic with Art Camp!
Code Session
Dates
Resident Fee
Experience several art mediums and learn new
20012
1
6/6-6/17
$290
$348
skills and techniques, all taught by trained art
instructors. Camp is indoors, and campers swim
20013
2
6/20-7/1
$290
$348
*
at the Family Aquatic Center. Field trips are also
$261
$313
20014
3
7/5-7/15
included. Campers should bring a sack lunch/
20015
4
7/18-7/29
$290
$348
drink, water bottle, and swimsuit/towel daily.
20016
5
8/1-8/12
$290
$348
Optional swim lessons are available for an
*
No camp July 4.
additional fee. Location: CRC • Days: Mon–Fri • 9 AM–3 PM
NEW!
tiny Tots camp
Is your tot almost ready for camp? Start your camper
on the right road in this TINY TOTS transition camp.
Campers explore, create, discover and make
Code Session
friends through themes, art, songs and games.
Location: CRC
Days: Monday & Wednesday • 9:30 AM–11 AM
Age: 2–3 years (must be age 2 by June 1, 2016)
Dates
20048
1
6/6-6/22
$62
$70
20049
2
6/27-7/13*
$51
$59
20050
3
7/18-8/3
$62
$70
A parent/guardian must remain in the building during camp.
register
*
No camp July 4.
camps: June 6 - August 12
Register: at www.wheelingparkdistrict.com, in-person
beginning January 1
Se Habla Español!
Llámenos al 847-465-3333
Resident Fee
(CRC, 333 W Dundee Road, Wheeling), or call 847-465-3333
Counselor Meet-N-Greet, June 4, 10 a.m. to Noon
!
Swim Lessons
Learn all-important, lifelong swim skills by
adding swim lessons to your child’s camp.
Available to Adventure, Art, Half-Day, Sports and
Tue/Thu Flex Camps. Campers are placed in levels
based on swim ability and are escorted to Arctic
Splash for lessons. Wear a swimsuit on lesson days.
Location: CRC/Arctic Splash
Days: Tuesday & Thursday • 10 AM–10:45 AM
GREAT to LEARN!
Code Session
19997
Dates
Resident Fee
1
6/7-6/16
$39
$47
19998
2
6/21-6/30
$39
$47
19999
3
7/5-7/14
$39
$47
20000
4
7/19-7/28
$39
$47
20001
5
8/2-8/11
$39
$47
Stay connected with us: www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
847-465-3333
Community Recreation Center
333 W Dundee Road, Wheeling
YOUTH
ARTS
YOUTH ARTS PROGRAMS INFORMATION
847-465-3333
SUMMER CAMP
INSERT
LEGO
LEARNING
®
CHASEWOOD & LEGO LEARNING
NEW! YOUNG REMBRANDTS
Teaching drawing in an entertaining and positive setting ensures
success for every child. Classes enhance basic drawing techniques,
train students in color theory, and boost self-confidence. Winter is
the perfect time to get started. ALL NEW lessons for preschool and
elementary kids guarantee students never get bored. New drawings
based on subjects like animals and cartoons keep us smiling all
winter long. Spring classes are always full of color. Inspire your child’s
imaginative spirit and bolster educational skills that will benefit them
all year long. ALL NEW LESSONS EVERY SESSION! Don’t miss out,
enroll now! No class 3/24.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
AGE
20734
THURSDAY
1/14–2/18
4:45 – 5:30 pm
$75
3–5 YEARS
20735
THURSDAY
2/25–4/7
4:45 – 5:30 pm
$75
3–5 YEARS
20736
THURSDAY
4/14–5/19
4:45 – 5:30 pm
$75
3–5 YEARS
20633
THURSDAY
1/14–2/18
5:45 – 6:45 pm
$75
6–12 YEARS
20732
THURSDAY
2/25–4/7
5:45 – 6:45 pm
$75
6–12 YEARS
20733
THURSDAY
4/14–5/19
5:45 – 6:45 pm
$75
6–12 YEARS
®
CHASEWOOD LEARNING OFFERS SUPPORTIVE, TEACHER-LED
INSTRUCTION FOLLOWED BY HANDS-ON LEARNING
EXPERIENCES; STUDENTS GAIN SKILLS AND CONFIDENCE
THROUGH CREATING, EXPLORING, AND PROBLEM SOLVING.
STUDENTS DO NOT TAKE COMPLETED WORK HOME BUT
RECEIVE PHOTO DOCUMENTATION.
EARLY SCIENTIST
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 3–5 YEARS
Explore animals, forms/shapes, and how a scientist make
discoveries. This class emphasizes playful learning using Lego
early-year activities. No class 3/26.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
20493
SATURDAY
1/16–2/20
9:00 – 10:00 am
$60
20502
SATURDAY
2/27–4/9
9:00 – 10:00 am
$60
UP UP AND AWAY LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 5–8 YEARS
In this class, children build and learn about things that fly –
Airplanes, Helicopters, Space Shuttle, and airports. Topics include
travel, air-traffic control, space, aliens, and communicating with
others. No class 3/26.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
20492
SATURDAY
1/16–2/20
10:00 – 11:00 am
$60
20495
SATURDAY
2/27–4/9
10:00 – 11:00 am
$60
LEGO ROBOTICS ACADEMY LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 6–14 YEARS
The Lego Robotics Academy is a comprehensive program where
children design, build, program and learn about robotics. Using a
creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology,
Engineering and Math (STEM), this class is full of engaging and
dynamic activities. This class also provides children the skills needed
to compete in First Lego League. No class 3/26.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
20498
SATURDAY
1/16–2/20
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
$60
20756
SATURDAY
2/27–4/9
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
$60
NEW! AMAZING ART
Sunshine Arts & Crafts combines all your favorite art projects and
mixed media in this unique class. Make tie-dye shirts (used as art
smocks for the session), experience pottery painting, create fired
ceramics, paint with acrylics on canvas, do recycled arts projects, and
more. Lessons cover concepts and techniques kids use throughout life.
ALL NEW LESSONS FOR EVERY SESSION. No class 3/23.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
AGE
20738
WEDNESDAY
1/13–2/17
5:15 – 6:00 pm
$101
GRADES K–4
20739
WEDNESDAY
2/24–4/6
5:15 – 6:00 pm
$101
GRADES K–4
20737
WEDNESDAY
4/13–5/18
5:15 – 6:00 pm
$101
GRADES K–4
NEW! WATERCOLOR ARTS
With Sunshine Arts & Crafts, create tie-dye shirts to use as painting
smocks for the remainder of the program and begin to understand the
wonder of blended colors. Shirts are provided. Experience water-color
painting using many techniques to combine the elements of drawing,
crayon-wax resist and texturing. All finished pieces are kept in a
personal portfolio and taken home at the end of the session. Express
your creativity. NEW PROJECTS IN EVERY SESSION. No class 3/23.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
AGE
20741
WEDNESDAY
1/13–2/17
6:10 – 7:00 pm
$101
GRADES 1–5
20742
WEDNESDAY
2/24–4/6
6:10 – 7:00 pm
$101
GRADES 1–5
20740
WEDNESDAY
4/13–5/18
6:10 – 7:00 pm
$101
GRADES 1–5
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
29
YOUTH
DANCE
DANCE CLASS GUIDELINES
PARTICIPANTS SHOULD WEAR LEOTARDS
AND TIGHTS. DANCE PANTS, LEG WARMERS,
AND SWEATERS MAY BE WORN.
YOUTH DANCE INFORMATION
847-465-3333
BALLET STUDENTS SHOULD WEAR PINK
BALLET SHOES WITH STRAPS.
OUR QUALITY CHILDREN’S DANCE PROGRAM
OFFERS BALLET, TAP, AND HIP-HOP THROUGHOUT
THE YEAR CULMINATING WITH A DANCE RECITAL
ON SUNDAY, MAY 15.
BITTY BALLET AGE: 3–6 YEARS • COSTUME FEE: $50
INSTRUCTOR: ANASTASIA SMITH (TUESDAY); MEAGAN FROEHLICHER (SATURDAY)
The basics of ballet are introduced. Students take part in the spring
recital. Ballet shoes are required. No class 3/19, 3/22 , 3/26.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20151
SATURDAY
1/9–5/7
10:15 – 11:00 am
$96
$112
20150
TUESDAY
1/12–5/3
5:15 – 6:00 pm
$96
$112
BEGINNER BALLET & TAP AGE: 4–6 YEARS • COSTUME FEE: $70
INSTRUCTOR: ANASTASIA SMITH (TUESDAY); MEAGAN FROEHLICHER (SATURDAY)
Designed for students with little or no prior experience in ballet and tap,
this class covers basic tap rhythms as well as ballet techniques. Students
perform in two routines in the spring recital. Ballet and tap shoes are
required. No class 3/19, 3/22 , 3/26.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20142
SATURDAY
1/9–5/7
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
$144
$160
20141
TUESDAY
1/12–5/3
6:00 – 7:00 pm
$144
$160
STUDENTS IN BALLET/TAP CLASSES SHOULD
HAVE BALLET SHOES AND BLACK TAP SHOES.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO PLACE CHILDREN
IN CLASSES ACCORDING TO THEIR ABILITY
AND SKILL LEVEL IN ADDITION TO PREREQUISITE
AND AGE GUIDELINES.
PARTICIPANTS MAY SIGN UP FOR CLASSES
THAT ARE OUTSIDE RECOMMENDED AGES;
INSTRUCTOR WILL EVALUATE STUDENT AND
DETERMINE IF APPROVED TO ENTER CLASS.
HAIR SHOULD BE WORN OFF THE SHOULDERS
AND FACE.
DANCE COSTUME AND RECITAL
TWO RECITAL TICKETS ARE INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRATION FEE.
IN ADDITION TO THE REGISTRATION FEE, AN ADDITIONAL
COSTUME FEE IS REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE CLASS
AND FORMAL SPRING DANCE RECITAL.
RECITAL COSTUMES MAY BE EXCHANGED AT YOUR OWN
EXPENSE.
THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR
TAILORING COSTUMES.
PLEASE REGISTER EARLY FOR CLASSES TO ENSURE MEASUREMENTS
ARE TAKEN AND COSTUMES CAN BE ORDERED ON TIME FOR
THE DANCE RECITAL.
DRESS REHEARSAL SATURDAY, MAY 14
DANCE RECITAL SUNDAY, MAY 15
BALLET & TAP II AGE: 7–11 YEARS • COSTUME FEE: $70
INSTRUCTOR: MEAGAN FROEHLICHER
Students develop additional skills in both ballet and tap and learn
more advanced combinations. Experience preferred in one or more
areas. Students perform in two routines in the spring recital. Ballet
and tap shoes are required. No class 3/19, 3/26.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20144
SATURDAY
1/9–5/7
12:00 – 1:00 pm
$144
$160
HIP-HOP AGE: 6–10 YEARS • COSTUME FEE: $70
INSTRUCTOR: MEAGAN FROEHLICHER
Feel the beat and move to the rhythm as you explore waving, popping,
locking, and other basic hip-hop moves to today’s most popular music.
Students perform in two routines at the spring recital. Please wear
hip-hop sneakers or gym shoes. No class 3/24.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20145
THURSDAY
1/14–5/5
6:00 – 7:00 pm
$119
$128
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WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
•
847-465-3333
•
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
CHEERLEADING
AGE: 6–10 YEARS • INSTRUCTOR: MEAGAN FROEHLICHER
Start your cheerleading career here while making new
friends. Begin creating routines and performing techniques
while learning the basics of cheerleading and tumbling.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20769
THURSDAY
1/21–3/10
5:00 – 6:00 pm
$60
$68
YOUTH
&
ADULT
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
MUSIC INSTRUCTION INFORMATION
847-465-3333
PICK THE NUMBER OF
LESSONS YOU WANT!
3000 W. CENTRAL ROAD • ROLLING MEADOWS, IL
847-392-2848 PHONE • 392-2855 TTY • 392-2870 FAX
WWW.NWSRA.ORG • WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NWSRA
$25/LESSON. YOU CHOOSE HOW MANY YOU
WANT OR BUY THE WHOLE PACKAGE TO RESERVE
YOUR SPOT! THE 30-MINUTE PRIVATE LESSONS
ARE ADAPTED TO YOUR SKILL LEVEL. BOTH YOUTH
AND ADULT STUDENTS ARE WELCOME.
PROVIDING OUTSTANDING
OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH RECREATION
FOR CHILDREN & ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES.
DIGITAL PIANO LESSONS
LOCATION: CRC • AGE: 5 YEARS & OLDER
Develop a new skill or enhance your existing abilities in a
motivating learning environment. These 30-minute private lessons
are designed around each student’s current skill level. If you’ve
always dreamed of playing the piano, now is your chance to do it.
No class 3/15.
DAY
CODE
DATE
20159
TUESDAY
20160
TIME
5:00 – 5:30 pm
1/12–3/1
6:00 – 6:30 pm
20162
6:30 – 7:00 pm
20313
5:00 – 5:30 pm
4/11–5/31
5:30 – 6:00 pm
20315
6:00 – 6:30 pm
20316
6:30 – 7:00 pm
Special Recreation Association (NWSRA).Throughout the northwest
suburbs, NWSRA is the leader in providing outstanding recreational
opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. NWSRA’s
team of full-time Therapeutic Recreation professionals and trained
part-time staff offer a multitude of year-round program offerings
including sports,camping, social programs, and much more. Having
fun, being included, making friends, learning new things,and going
5:30 – 6:00 pm
20161
20314
FEE
The Wheeling Park District is proud to be a member of Northwest
new places are just a few of the benefits of NWSRA programs!
$200
Inclusion assistance is provided by NWSRA to those individuals who wish
to participate in their home park district program. When registering,
the parent of an individual with a disability should inform the park
district of any accommodation needed in order for the individual to
successfully participate in the program. The park district staff will then
contact NWSRA for assistance with the accommodation.
Informational brochures are available at both the Park District and
NWSRA main office.
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
31
BEFORE
&
AFTER
SCHOOL CARE
CHILDREN IN ACTION IS AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS AT FIELD, TARKINGTON, TWAIN
AND WHITMAN SCHOOLS.
CHILDREN IN ACTION OFFERS UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDING
COOKING, GAMES, CRAFTS, AND SPORTS! A LIGHT MORNING SNACK AND AFTERNOON
SNACK ARE INCLUDED EACH DAY.
BEFORE- AND AFTER-SCHOOL CARE SITES ARE AT TARKINGTON AND FIELD SCHOOLS.
TWAIN AND WHITMAN STUDENTS IN BEFORE-CARE MUST BE DROPPED OFF AT FIELD
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
SCHOOL IN THE MORNING. THEY ARE BUSED TO THEIR HOME SCHOOLS FOR THE
2015–2016 DISTRICT #21 SCHOOL CALENDAR STUDENT ATTENDANCE DAYS
SCHOOL DAY. TWAIN AND WHITMAN STUDENTS ENROLLED IN AFTER-SCHOOL CARE
SIGN UP FOR A TWO-, THREE-, FOUR-, OR FIVE-DAY WEEKLY SCHEDULE.
REGISTRATION FEE: $50/CHILD, NON-REFUNDABLE
BEFORE SCHOOL $7.50/DAY • AFTER SCHOOL $10/DAY
A monthly payment plan is set up for each family’s convenience.
ARE BUSED TO FIELD SCHOOL AND SHOULD BE PICKED UP THERE.
OR, PURCHASE A PUNCH CARD TO USE ON AN AS-NEEDED, DROP-IN BASIS.
10 PUNCH: $110 • 5 PUNCH: $60
Punch cards are valid for current school year only and expire on the last day of school.
Punch cards are per child.
SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMS
HAPPY DAYS-OFF SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM
LOCATION: CRC • GRADES: K–8 • PROGRAM HOURS: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
No School? No Problem! Sign up for exciting activities on school holidays.
Kids have fun while parents experience peace-of-mind knowing their
kids are in a safe, enjoyable environment on days-off-of-school.
Supervised activities are offered on-site at the CRC and include swimming
at Arctic Splash, games, sports, and crafts along with a snack!
CODE
DAY
DATE
RESIDENT
FEE
19815
MONDAY
1/18
$45
$52
19816
MONDAY
1/25
$45
$52
19817
FRIDAY
2/12
$45
$52
19818
MONDAY
2/15
$45
$52
19819
TUESDAY
3/15
$45
$52
19820
FRIDAY
5/27
$45
$52
PLEASE NOTE: TO WITHDRAW FROM
HAPPY DAYS-OFF AND RECEIVE A
REFUND, REFUND REQUESTS MUST
BE SUBMITTED NO LESS THAN TWO
(2) DAYS PRIOR TO PROGRAM DATE.
BRING SWIMSUIT, TOWEL,
LUNCH, WATER BOTTLE, AND
GYM SHOES.
LOCATION: CRC • GRADES: K–5 • PROGRAM HOURS: 12:00 – 6:00 PM
Join us for fun activities on half-days of school. Children are bussed
from their home school to the CRC for pizza and entertainment. All
children can participate if they attend Tarkington, Twain, Whitman,
or Field School. *PLEASE NOTE: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A CHILDREN IN ACTION PARTICIPANT TO PARTICIPATE.
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
19824
FRIDAY
4/29 12:00 – 3:30 pm
$12
19824
FRIDAY
4/29 12:00 – 6:00 pm
$22
32
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
•
847-465-3333
•
LOCATION: CRC • GRADES: K–8 • PROGRAM HOURS: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sign up for exciting days of games, sports, activities, and crafts on
extended school breaks. Bring a lunch and water bottle each day. Light
morning and afternoon snacks are provided. Sign up for as many days
as you like, or for the entire week and save! Program hours are 7:00
am – 6:00 pm. Late fees apply after 6:00 pm.
WINTER BREAK
HALF DAYS OF SCHOOL SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM
CODE
WINTER & SPRING BREAK CAMPS
CHILDREN MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED
48 HOURS IN ADVANCE (BY NOON)
THE WEDNESDAY BEFORE THE
PROGRAM.
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
CODE
DAY
DATE
RESIDENT
FEE
19826
MONDAY
12/21
$45
$52
19827
TUESDAY
12/22
$45
$52
19828
WEDNESDAY
12/23
$45
$52
$129
$150
19829
WEEK 1, ALL 3 DAYS 12/21, 12/22, 12/23
19830
MONDAY
12/28
$45
$52
19831
TUESDAY
12/29
$45
$52
19832
WEDNESDAY
12/30
$45
$52
$129
$150
19833
WEEK 2, ALL 3 DAYS 12/28, 12/29, 12/30
SWIMMING AT ARCTIC
SPLASH MONDAYS
AND WEDNESDAYS.
BRING SWIMSUIT AND
TOWEL THOSE DAYS.
SPRING BREAK
CODE
DAY
DATE
RESIDENT
FEE
19834
MONDAY
3/21
$45
$52
19835
TUESDAY
3/22
$45
$52
19836
WEDNESDAY
3/23
$45
$52
19837
THURSDAY
3/24
$45
$52
19838
FRIDAY
3/25
$45
$52
19839
MONDAY – FRIDAY
3/21–3/25
$215
$250
SWIMMING AT ARCTIC
SPLASH MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND
FRIDAY. BRING
SWIMSUIT AND TOWEL
THOSE DAYS.
YOUTH
ATHLETICS
PHWFA: PROSPECT HEIGHTS/WHEELING
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
LET’S GET READY FOR SOME
KARATE CLASSES
FALCON FOOTBALL!
PAGES 38–39
The Prospect Heights/Wheeling Football Association
(PHWFA) is a non-profit youth football and cheerleading
organization representing Prospect Heights and Wheeling.
Children from neighboring communities are welcome
to participate.
COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER (CRC) 333 W. DUNDEE ROAD, WHEELING • 847-465-3333
MARK TWAIN SCHOOL 515 E. MERLE LANE, WHEELING • 847-250-2785
WEISS COMMUNITY CENTER 1500 E. EUCLID AVENUE, MOUNT PROSPECT • 847-255-1200
The PHWFA competes in the Chicagoland Youth Football
League (TCYFL)–the largest independent youth football
league in the United States. Coaches are educated and
certified by USA Football, the national leader in football
coaching certification and the official youth development
partner of the NFL.
TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS
LOCATION: CRC
Introduce your child to tumbling and gymnastics. Kids move, stretch,
jump, and tumble! Watch your active youngster progress from somersault
to cartwheel.
CODE
20751
DAY
DATE
TIME
SATURDAY 1/23–3/5 11:00 – 11:45 am
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
$50
$58
4–5 YEARS
PHWFA OFFERS
TRAVEL TACKLE FOOTBALL FOR CHILDREN AGES 7–14 YEARS*
FLAG FOOTBALL FOR CHILDREN AGES 5–8 YEARS*
CHEERLEADING FOR CHILDREN GRADES K–8*
LIL PINT HOOPS LOCATION: MARK TWAIN SCHOOL
Learning the game of basketball is fun in this fast-paced program that
focuses on running, dribbling, passing, and shooting.
CODE
19814
DAY
DATE
TIME
SATURDAY 1/23–3/5 12:00 – 12:45 am
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
$46
$54
4–6 YEARS
POMS FOR CHILDREN GRADES 6–8*
*AGE AND GRADE AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PHWFA FALCONS,
INCLUDING REGISTRATION, POLICIES & EVENTS
WWW.PHWFAFALCONS.ORG
T-BALL LOCATION: MARK TWAIN SCHOOL
The basics of baseball are covered in a fun and safe environment by
practicing throwing, catching, hitting, fielding, and base running.
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
19840
SATURDAY
4/2–5/14
12:00 – 12:45 am
$46
$54
3–4 YEARS
19841
SATURDAY
4/2–5/14
1:00 – 1:45 pm
$46
$54
5–6 YEARS
BOXING 101 LOCATION: WEISS COMMUNITY CENTER • AGE: 7–17 YEARS
Build your confidence in these eight thrill-seeking, high-energy training
classes. Learn self-defense and shadow boxing while developing cardio
strength, power, speed and endurance. Our instructor, who is experienced
in boxing and sports conditioning, teaches the basic principles of boxing
including offense, defense, and footwork. No class 4/2, 5/28.
YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE
LOCATION: WHEELING HIGH SCHOOL, RIVER TRAILS PARK DISTRICT
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 3/21
A partnership with Prospect Heights Park District and River Trails Park
District makes this fast-paced and exciting NFL-style 5v5 flag football
available to you. Teams practice twice a week, starting the week of 3/28,
and play games Sunday at Wheeling High School or River Trails Park
District. High School divisions can sign up as individuals or as a team.
CODE
GRADE
DAY
DATE
RESIDENT
FEE
20129
1–2
SUNDAY
4/10–5/15
$74
$89
20130
3–4
SUNDAY
4/10–5/15
$74
$89
20131
5–6
SUNDAY
4/10–5/15
$74
$89
RESIDENT
FEE
REGISTRATION
DEADLINE
20135 SATURDAY 1/9–2/20 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
$63
$74
1/2
20132
7–8
SUNDAY
4/10–5/15
$74
$89
20501 SATURDAY 2/27–4/16 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
$63
$74
2/20
20133
9–12
SUNDAY
4/10–5/22
$74
$89
20136 SATURDAY 4/23–6/4 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
$63
$74
4/16
20134
9–12
SUNDAY
4/10–5/22
$740/TEAM
$890/TEAM
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
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YOUTH
ATHLETICS
24-HOUR SPORTS HOTLINE: 847-537-2284
WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
OUTDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE
REGISTRATION DEADLINE
MARCH 27, 2016
REGISTRATION IS BASED ON CHILD’S CALENDAR BIRTH YEAR. A $5 LATE FEE WILL APPLY FOR
REGISTRATIONS RECEIVED AFTER 3/27. PLEASE VISIT WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM/SOCCER
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEED TO ASSIST OUR COACHES.
SIGN UP ON THE YOUTH ATHLETICS REGISTRATION FORM ON PAGES 51–52. 847-913-2071
THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT, IN COOPERATION WITH PROSPECT HEIGHTS
PARK DISTRICT, IS DEDICATED TO PROVIDING A STRUCTURED SOCCER
LEAGUE FOR CHILDREN FROM FOUR YEARS-OLD THROUGH EIGHTH GRADE.
THIS LEAGUE OFFERS A FUN AND EXCITING EXPERIENCE FOR CHILDREN
WHILE DEVELOPING SKILLS. ALL PLAYERS LEARN IN AN ATMOSPHERE WHERE
TEAMWORK AND SPORTSMANSHIP ARE STRESSED.
TEAM FORMATION
& PRACTICES/GAMES
Teams are formed by Park District staff and
are based on selected practice night, school
locations, and, in Divisions K–1, mutual
friendship requests. Staff does its best to keep
the same team from session to session.
Practices take place once a week for about one
hour for WWK division through Grade 4.
Grades 5–8 may have practices twice a week
for more than one hour, depending on the
coaches’ availability.
All practices begin 4/4.
Games for grades K–4 are played on
Saturdays beginning 4/9.
Games for grades 5–8 are played on
Sundays beginning 4/10.
No games on 5/8, 5/28.
May 8 games will be played on May 7.
OTHER INFORMATION
A parent manual is available at registration.
U4–U10 PARENT MEETING: 3/31, 8:00 pm
U11–U14 PARENT MEETING: 4/1, 8:00 pm
Two different practice days are offered for
grades 5–8. If there are not enough players to
conduct separate practice days, the set of days
with fewer participants will merge into the set
of days with most participants so everyone
can play.
NOTE: A $10 WITHDRAWL FEE IS CHARGED TO THOSE WHO DROP
ON OR AFTER 3/31 AND 4/1. NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS
WITHIN LAST THREE (3) WEEKS OF PROGRAM.
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FRIENDSHIP REQUEST
Friendship requests can be submitted for
grades K–1. In order for a request to be valid,
two mutual requests must be received;
i.e. Johnny wants to be with Suzie, and Suzie
wants to be with Johnny. Each player is allowed
one request. Siblings are placed on the same
team unless otherwise noted. Requesting a
specific coach, as well as friendship request
submitted after 3/27, will not be honored.
UNIFORMS
All players new to the program must
purchase a league uniform to participate.
ALL DIVISIONS
Two jerseys (yellow and blue) are available for
purchase at the CRC for $18.*
Wheeling Park District soccer jerseys from
prior seasons may be worn.
*UNIFORM NOT INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRATION FEE.
NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ON UNIFORMS.
PRACTICE SCHEDULES
DIVISION
AGE GROUP
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
WWK
U4/U6
20328
20329
20330
20331
5:30 pm
$65
$79
1
U7/U8
20332
20333
20334
20335
6:00 pm
$70
$87
2
U9/U10
20336
20337
20338
20339
6:30 pm
$70
$87
DIVISION
AGE/GRADE
MONDAY & WEDNESDAY
TUESDAY & THURSDAY
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
3
U11/U12
20340
20341
6:00 pm
$80
$97
4
U13/U14
20342
20343
6:00 pm
$100
$121
JAVIER MAZON • 847-913-2071
[email protected]
As Athletic Coordinator, Javier Mazon brings his experience in competitive
and recreational sports to our Youth and Adult Soccer and Volleyball programs.
Whether you speak English or Spanish, Javier is there to help you with both
league and tournament play.
YOUTH
ATHLETICS
INDOOR SOCCER PROGRAMS
WHEELING SOCCER ACADEMY
U8 – U18
STEP ONE SOCCER SKILLS
LOCATION: MARK TWAIN SCHOOL
By dribbling, passing, and shooting, everyone develops physical skills
and confidence while having fun and learning about the game of soccer!
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
TRAVEL SOCCER
19810
SATURDAY 1/23–3/5 10:00 – 10:45 am
$46
$54
3–4 YEARS
Take your game to the next level
19811
SATURDAY 1/23–3/5 11:00 – 11:45 am
$46
$54
5–6 YEARS
in our Travel Soccer Program.
19812
SATURDAY
4/2–5/14
10:00 – 10:45 am
$46
$54
3–4 YEARS
Tryouts take place this May
19813
SATURDAY
4/2–5/14
11:00 – 11:45 am
$46
$54
5–6 YEARS
for the fall season.
Details will be available on our
INDOOR FUTSAL LOCATION: CRC AND MARK TWAIN SCHOOL
Prepare for the spring soccer season in this ten-game program. Coached
by the Wheeling Soccer Academy, all games are 60 minutes long to give
participants more play time. Wheeling Park District jerseys required;
available for purchase at the CRC for $18 (not included in registration
fee). Purchase is not necessary if you have a league jersey. Double-headers
may be scheduled occasionally.
CODE
GRADE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
20344
K
SUNDAY
1/10–3/13
12:00 – 6:00 pm
$75
$91
20345
1–2
SUNDAY
1/10–3/13
12:00 – 6:00 pm
$75
$91
20346
3–4
SUNDAY
1/10–3/13
12:00 – 6:00 pm
$75
$91
20347
5–6
SUNDAY
1/10–3/13
12:00 – 6:00 pm
$75
$91
20348
7–8
SUNDAY
1/10–3/13
12:00 – 6:00 pm
$75
$91
website by March 1, 2016.
WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM/SOCCER
If you have any questions or need
additional information, please contact
JAVIER MAZON
•
847-913-2071
[email protected]
REGISTER AT THE CRC GUEST SERVICE DESK OR ONLINE AT
WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
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YOUTH
ATHLETICS
YOUTH ATHLETICS REGISTRATION FORM
PAGES 51–52
BOYS & GIRLS BASKETBALL
IT’S A SLAM DUNK AT WHEELING PARK DISTRICT!
YOUTH BASKETBALL CLINIC
LOCATION: CRC • REGISTRATION DEADLINE: ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START DATE
Get a jump start on the season and keep your skills sharp in these one-hour,
one-day clinics. Sign up for the dates that work with your schedule.
CODE
GRADE
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
19598
K–2
SATURDAY
19599
3–4
SATURDAY
19600
5–8
SATURDAY
11:30 am – 12:30 pm
19601
K–2
SATURDAY
9:00 – 10:00 am
19602
3–4
SATURDAY
19603
5–8
SATURDAY
FEE
9:00 – 10:00 am
1/2
1/9
10:15 – 11:15 am
10:15 – 11:15 am
$7
$10
$7
$10
CODE
DIVISION
GRADE
DAY
DATE
RESIDENT
FEE
19556
WWS
K
SATURDAY
1/16–3/19
$42
$51
19564
1 GIRLS
1–2
SATURDAY
1/16–3/19
$95
$115
19557
1 BOYS
1–2
SATURDAY
1/16–3/19
$95
$115
19558
2 GIRLS
3–4
SATURDAY
1/16–3/19
$95
$115
19559
2 BOYS
3–4
SATURDAY
1/16–3/19
$95
$115
19560
3 GIRLS
5–6
SATURDAY
1/16–3/19
$95
$115
19561
3 BOYS
5–6
FRIDAY
1/15–3/18
$95
$115
19562
4 GIRLS
7–8
SAT / SUN
1/9–3/13
$95
$115
19563
4 BOYS
7–8
SAT / SUN
1/9–3/13
$105
$127
VOLUNTEER COACHES ARE NEEDED!
SIGN UP ON THE YOUTH ATHLETICS REGISTRATION FORM
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
As Athletic Coordinator, Scott Paddack is the driving force
behind our youth and adult basketball, drop-in, and martial
arts programs as well as youth flag football and preschool and
after-school sports. If you need assistance with any of these
activities, Scott is there for you.
11:30 am – 12:30 pm
WINTER YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE
LOCATION: CRC • REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 12/20
Designed to promote sportsmanship and teamwork, all divisions focus on
understanding and enjoying the game. WWS and Division I emphasize
fundamentals and skill development over competition. As the divisions
progress, so does the competition. All levels play a 10-game schedule. There
is no season-ending tournament for any division except Division 4 which plays
in the Northwest Suburan Park District Conference with Mt. Prospect, Prospect
Heights, and River Trails. A Wheeling Park District jersey is required for all
players and can be purchased at the Guest Service Desk at the CRC.
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SCOTT PADDACK • 847-913-2072
[email protected]
•
847-465-3333
•
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
FRIENDSHIP REQUESTS
WWS AND DIVISION 1 ARE PUT TOGETHER USING
FRIENDSHIP REQUESTS AND SCHOOL AFFILIATION.
FRIENDSHIP REQUESTS WILL NOT BE TAKEN FOR DIVISIONS 2-4.
FRIENDSHIP REQUEST PROCEDURE
DIVISIONS THAT ALLOW FRIENDSHIP REQUESTS WILL ALLOW PARTICIPANTS TO
MAKE ONLY ONE FRIENDSHIP REQUEST. IF A FRIENDSHIP REQUEST IS MADE, IT MUST MATCH ANOTHER PARTICIPANT’S
REQUEST IN ORDER TO BE HONORED. EXAMPLE: JOHN SMITH WISHES TO PLAY
ON THE SAME TEAM AS SARAH WILLIAMS. JOHN WILL NOTE ON HIS
REGISTRATION FORM THAT HE WANTS SARAH WILLIAMS TO BE ON HIS TEAM.
SARAH ALSO MUST NOTE ON HER REGISTRATION FORM THAT SHE WANTS
JOHN SMITH ON HER TEAM. IF SARAH OR JOHN DOES NOT HAVE THE OTHER
INDIVIDUAL’S NAME ON THEIR REGISTRATION FORM, THE REQUEST WILL NOT BE
HONORED. EACH PLAYER GETS ONE REQUEST. SIBLINGS WILL BE PLACED ON THE SAME TEAM UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
COACHES’ REQUESTS WILL NOT BE HONORED.
REQUESTS MADE AFTER THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE WILL NOT BE HONORED.
REQUESTS MUST BE MADE ON THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT YOUTH SPORTS
REGISTRATION FORM.
847-465-3333
YOUTH ATHLETICS INFORMATION
YOUTH
ATHLETICS
T-BALL
LOCATION: HERITAGE #1
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: SESSION I – 5/25; SESSION II – 7/6
The basics of baseball are covered in a fun and safe environment
by practicing throwing, catching, hitting, fielding, and base running.
Games are played each week. Volunteer coaches needed.
SIGN UP ON THE YOUTH ATHLETICS REGISTRATION FORM.
CODE
DAY
DATE
20326
WEDNESDAY
6/1–7/6
20500
WEDNESDAY
7/13–8/17
SESSION I
SESSION II
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
$54
$65
4–6 YEARS
$54
$65
4–6 YEARS
SUMMER CAMP
Memories and friendships to last a lifetime!
REGISTRATION STARTS JANUARY 1.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 847-465-3333
SEE THE PULL-OUT SECTION BETWEEN PAGES 28 & 29
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
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MARTIAL
ARTS
COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER (CRC) 333 W. DUNDEE ROAD, WHEELING • 847-465-3333
CENTRAL COMMUNITY CENTER 1000 W. CENTRAL ROAD, MOUNT PROSPECT • 847-255-5380
RIVER TRAILS MIDDLE SCHOOL 1000 WOLF ROAD, MOUNT PROSPECT • 847-255-1200
TARKINGTON SCHOOL 310 SOUTH SCOTT, WHEELING • 847-465-3333
TAE KWON DO
LOCATION: C RC • CONTACT: M
ASTER DAN VALIN • 847-815- 0898 • WWW.MATKD.NET
Improve self-confidence and physical conditioning while developing as role models and community leaders. Parents and children are
welcome to train together and discover how this Korean martial art helps to foster mental and physical conditioning, conquer daily challenges,
and meet and exceed goals! Choose a convenient training schedule–either one or two days per week.
Master Instructor Dan Valin, 7th Degree Black Belt, and Wheeling Program Director Scott Kuhfeldt, 7th Degree Black Belt, are assisted by
other Black-Belt instructors; all are certified with the Midwest Martial Arts League and United TaeKwon-Do Alliance. Beginning students
are introduced to basic skills and techniques to develop a sound foundation in martial arts. Intermediate students are taught higher-level
techniques, advanced self-defense, and sparring drills. Advanced students train to become role models, mentors, and leaders in their schools,
workplace, and community.
TAE KWON DO
CODE
LEVEL
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
20067
JUNIOR-BEGINNER
TUESDAY
1/5–3/15
6:15 – 7:15 pm
20068
JUNIOR-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
TUESDAY
1/5–3/15
7:15 – 8:30 pm
20069
BEGINNER-ADULT/ADVANCED
TUESDAY
1/5–3/15
7:15 – 8:30 pm
20070
JUNIOR-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
TUESDAY/THURSDAY
1/5–3/17
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$150
$180
7–12 YEARS
20072
JUNIOR-BEGINNER
TUESDAY/THURSDAY
1/5–3/17
6:15 – 7:15 pm
$125
$150
7–12 YEARS
20073
JUNIOR-BEGINNER
THURSDAY
1/7–3/17
6:15 – 7:15 pm
$70
$84
7–12 YEARS
20074
JUNIOR-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
THURSDAY
1/7–3/17
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$85
$102
7–12 YEARS
20075
BEGINNER-ADULT/ADVANCED
THURSDAY
1/7–3/17
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$85
$102
13 YEARS & OLDER
20071
BEGINNER-ADULT/ADVANCED
TUESDAY/THURSDAY
1/5–3/17
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$150
$180
13 YEARS & OLDER
20076
JUNIOR-BEGINNER
TUESDAY
3/22–5/24
6:15 – 7:15 pm
$70
$84
7–12 YEARS
20077
JUNIOR-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
TUESDAY
3/22–5/24
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$85
$102
7–12 YEARS
20078
BEGINNER-ADULT/ADVANCED
TUESDAY
3/22–5/24
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$85
$102
13 YEARS & OLDER
AGE
$70
$84
7–12 YEARS
$85
$102
7–12 YEARS
$85
$102
13 YEARS & OLDER
20082
JUNIOR-BEGINNER
TUESDAY/THURSDAY
3/22–5/26
6:15 – 7:15 pm
$125
$150
7–12 YEARS
20083
JUNIOR-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
TUESDAY/THURSDAY
3/22–5/26
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$150
$180
7–12 YEARS
20084
BEGINNER-ADULT/ADVANCED
TUESDAY/THURSDAY
3/22–5/26
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$150
$180
13 YEARS & OLDER
20079
JUNIOR-BEGINNER
THURSDAY
3/24–5/26
6:15 – 7:15 pm
$70
$84
7–12 YEARS
20080
JUNIOR-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
THURSDAY
3/24–5/26
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$85
$102
7–12 YEARS
20081
BEGINNER-ADULT/ADVANCED
THURSDAY
3/24–5/26
7:15 – 8:30 pm
$85
$102
13 YEARS & OLDER
PRE-KARATE AGE: 4–7 YEARS
LOCATIONS: C ENTRAL COMMUNITY CENTER, WEDNESDAY
RIVER TRAILS MIDDLE SCHOOL, SATURDAY
Children develop flexibility, strength, and coordination through
fun, yet disciplined, activities. Specifically designed for growing
minds and bodies, this program enhances memory and agility.
Watch your child’s confidence blossom and skills improve.
YOUTH KARATE AGE: 8–14 YEARS
LOCATIONS: T ARKINGTON SCHOOL WINTER; CRC SPRING, TUESDAY
CENTRAL COMMUNITY CENTER, WEDNESDAY
RIVER TRAILS MIDDLE SCHOOL, SATURDAY
ISKC’s youth karate classes put children in touch with their bodies
by combining strength training with cardiovascular and flexibility
exercises. The goal is to increase coordination, agility, and poise, as
well as learn life-long personal safety skills. Children benefit from
the mental stimulation of learning the choreographed moves of the
kata and the discipline of conforming to class rules.
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FEE
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
•
847-465-3333
ADULT KARATE AGE: 15 YEARS & OLDER
LOCATIONS: T ARKINGTON SCHOOL WINTER; CRC SPRING, TUESDAY
CENTRAL COMMUNITY CENTER, WEDNESDAY
RIVER TRAILS MIDDLE SCHOOL, SATURDAY
Release tension, develop total body fitness, and build stamina and
overall productivity. In addition to learning self-defense skills, enjoy
increased flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, and muscle tone,
while improving core strength.
YOUTH/ADULT KARATE PARENT/CHILD AGE: 7 YEARS & OLDER
LOCATION: RIVER TRAILS MIDDLE SCHOOL
Condition muscles, develop coordination, and improve
cardiovascular fitness while spending quality time together.
UNIFORMS AND BELT-TESTING ARE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE ISKC INSTRUCTOR. YOUTH,
PARENT/CHILD, AND ADULT CLASSES MAY TRAIN TOGETHER. BEGINNER STUDENTS ARE NOT
PERMITTED TO REGISTER FOR THE CURRENT SESSION AFTER THE SECOND CLASS HAS MET.
REGISTRATION FOR CONTINUERS THROUGH ADVANCED STUDENTS ARE ACCEPTED AFTER THE
START DATE BUT THE FULL CLASS FEE IS REQUIRED.
MARTIAL
ARTS
ILLINOIS SHOTOKAN KARATE CLUB IS CHICAGOLAND’S PREMIER KARATE SCHOOL;
CLASSES ARE TAUGHT UNDER THE DIRECTION OF JOHN DIPASQUALE, FOUR-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPION,
US NATIONAL COACH, AND PRESIDENT OF THE US NATIONAL KARATE FEDERATION.
ADULT KARATE
YOUTH/ADULT KARATE
YOUTH KARATE
PRE-KARATE
CODE
LEVEL
DAY
DATE
TIME
RESIDENT
FEE
AGE
20002
BEGINNER/CONTINUER
WEDNESDAY
1/6–3/23
4:00 – 4:45 pm
$117
$142
4–7 YEARS
20003
INSTRUCTOR PERMISSION
WEDNESDAY
1/6–3/23
4:45 – 5:30 pm
$117
$142
4–7 YEARS
20004
BEGINNER
SATURDAY
1/9–3/19
9:05 – 9:50 am
$107
$130
4–7 YEARS
20005
CONTINUER 1-2 SESSIONS
SATURDAY
1/9–3/19
9:55 – 10:40 am
$107
$130
4–7 YEARS
20006
3 SESSIONS & UP
SATURDAY
1/9–3/19
10:45 – 11:30 am
$107
$130
4–7 YEARS
20007
BEGINNER/CONTINUER
WEDNESDAY
4/6–6/8
4:00 – 4:45 pm
$98
$119
4–7 YEARS
20008
INSTRUCTOR PERMISSION
WEDNESDAY
4/6–6/8
4:45 – 5:30 pm
$98
$119
4–7 YEARS
20010
BEGINNER
SATURDAY
4/2–6/4
9:05 – 9:50 am
$88
$107
4–7 YEARS
20009
CONTINUER 1-2 SESSIONS
SATURDAY
4/2–6/4
9:55 – 10:40 am
$88
$107
4–7 YEARS
20011
3 SESSIONS & UP
SATURDAY
4/2–6/4
10:45 – 11:30 am
$88
$107
4–7 YEARS
20032
BEGINNER
TUESDAY
1/5–3/15
6:30 – 7:30 pm
$107
$130
8–14 YEARS
20033
CONTINUER 1 +SESSIONS
TUESDAY
1/5–3/15
6:30 – 7:30 pm
$107
$130
8–14 YEARS
20034
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED (YELLOW+)
TUESDAY
1/5–3/15
6:30 – 8:00 pm
$146
$176
8–14 YEARS
20035
BEGINNER/CONTINUER
WEDNESDAY
1/6–3/23
5:30 – 6:30 pm
$117
$142
8–14 YEARS
20036
NOVICE (ORANGE-YELLOW)
WEDNESDAY
1/6–3/23
6:30 – 7:30 pm
$117
$142
8–14 YEARS
20037
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED (BLUE+)
WEDNESDAY
1/6–3/23
6:30 – 8:00 pm
$159
$192
8–14 YEARS
20040
BEGINNER
TUESDAY
3/29–6/7
6:30 – 7:30 pm
$107
$130
8–14 YEARS
20041
CONTINUER 1+SESSIONS
TUESDAY
3/29–6/7
6:30 – 7:30 pm
$107
$130
8–14 YEARS
20042
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED (YELLOW+)
TUESDAY
3/29–6/7
6:30 – 8:00 pm
$146
$176
8–14 YEARS
20043
BEGINNER/CONTINUER
WEDNESDAY
4/6–6/8
5:30 – 6:30 pm
$98
$119
8–14 YEARS
20044
NOVICE (ORANGE-YELLOW)
WEDNESDAY
4/6–6/8
6:30 – 7:30 pm
$98
$119
8–14 YEARS
20045
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED (BLUE+)
WEDNESDAY
4/6–6/8
6:30 – 8:00 pm
$133
$161
8–14 YEARS
20038
CONTINUER (RED-BLUE)
SATURDAY
1/9–3/19
9:05 – 10:20 am
$127
$154
7 YEARS & OLDER
20039
BEGINNER (WHITE)
SATURDAY
1/9–3/19
9:15 – 10:15 am
$107
$130
7 YEARS & OLDER
19885
NOVICE (GREEN-PURPLE)
SATURDAY
1/9–3/19
10:20 – 11:35 am
$127
$154
7 YEARS & OLDER
19886
INTERMEDIATE (BROWN)
SATURDAY
1/9–3/19
10:20 – 11:35 am
$127
$154
7 YEARS & OLDER
19887
ADVANCED BLACK BELT
SATURDAY
1/9–3/19
11:40 am – 1:10 pm
$146
$176
7 YEARS & OLDER
20046
CONTINUER (RED-BLUE)
SATURDAY
4/2–6/4
9:05 – 10:20 am
$104
$126
7 YEARS & OLDER
20047
BEGINNER (WHITE)
SATURDAY
4/2–6/4
9:15 – 10:15 am
$88
$106
7 YEARS & OLDER
19944
NOVICE (GREEN-PURPLE)
SATURDAY
4/2–6/4
10:20 – 11:35 am
$104
$126
7 YEARS & OLDER
19945
INTERMEDIATE (BROWN)
SATURDAY
4/2–6/4
10:20 – 11:35 am
$104
$126
7 YEARS & OLDER
19946
ADVANCED BLACK BELT
SATURDAY
4/2–6/4
11:40 am – 1:10 pm
$119
$145
7 YEARS & OLDER
19864
BEGINNER (WHITE)
TUESDAY
1/5–3/15
8:05 – 9:05 pm
$107
$130
14 YEARS & OLDER
19865
CONTINUER (RED-BLUE)
TUESDAY
1/5–3/15
8:05 – 9:05 pm
$107
$130
14 YEARS & OLDER
19866
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED (GREEN-BLACK)
TUESDAY
1/5–3/15
8:05 – 9:35 pm
$146
$176
14 YEARS & OLDER
19867
BEGINNER/CONTINUER ( WHITE-PURPLE)
WEDNESDAY
1/6–3/23
8:00 – 9:00 pm
$117
$142
14 YEARS & OLDER
19868
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED (BROWN-BLACK)
WEDNESDAY
1/6–3/23
8:00 – 9:30 pm
$159
$193
14 YEARS & OLDER
19880
BEGINNER (WHITE)
TUESDAY
3/29–6/7
8:05 – 9:05 pm
$107
$130
14 YEARS & OLDER
19881
CONTINUER (RED-BLUE)
TUESDAY
3/29–6/7
8:05 – 9:05 pm
$107
$130
14 YEARS & OLDER
19882
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED (GREEN-BLACK)
TUESDAY
3/29–6/7
8:05 – 9:35 pm
$146
$176
14 YEARS & OLDER
19883
BEGINNER/CONTINUER ( WHITE-PURPLE)
WEDNESDAY
4/6–6/8
8:00 – 9:00 pm
$98
$119
14 YEARS & OLDER
19884
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED (BROWN-BLACK)
WEDNESDAY
4/6–6/8
8:00 – 9:30 pm
$133
$161
14 YEARS & OLDER
NO CLASSES SATURDAY, MAY 28
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MARCH 12 CLASSES AT EUCLID SCHOOL
For more information: www.ISKC.com
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847-359-0666
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ADULT ATHLETICS INFORMATION
ADULT
ATHLETICS
WWW.WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM
ADULT ATHLETIC LEAGUE
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
VOLLEYBALL & SOCCER LEAGUE INFORMATION & RULES
COMPLETED ROSTERS (INCLUDING NAMES, ADDRESSES, AND PHONE NUMBERS) ARE
DUE UPON REGISTRATION, PRIOR TO THE PRINTED DEADLINE. SIGNATURES ARE DUE
BY THE START OF THE FIRST SCHEDULED GAME. NO TEAMS ARE ADDED AFTER EACH
LEAGUE REACHES MAXIMUM. FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED AT REGISTRATION.
NO TEAM AVAILABLE? CONTACT JAVIER TO SIGN UP AS A FREE AGENT PLAYER.
JAVIER MAZON • 847-913 -2071
[email protected]
FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT ADULT LEAGUES, VISIT WHEELINGPARKDISTRICT.COM/ATHLETICS
CO-REC VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES
LOCATION: CRC • REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 11/25 WINTER; 2/24 SPRING
What a fun, exciting, and competitive way to relax with friends
while getting some exercise! Leagues are organized by skill level.
The eight-match regular season is followed by a single-elimination
tournament. Cash and other prizes awarded to the top teams.
All games are officiated and begin at 6:30 pm.
WINTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 11/25
CODE
LEVEL
DAY
DATE
FEE
20636
A – ADVANCED
WEDNESDAY
12/2–2/3
$390
20637
B – INTERMEDIATE
WEDNESDAY
12/2–2/3
$390
20638
C – RECREATIONAL
WEDNESDAY
12/2–2/3
$390
SPRING REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 2/24
CODE
LEVEL
DAY
DATE
FEE
20757
A – ADVANCED
WEDNESDAY
3/2–5/4
$390
20758
B – INTERMEDIATE
WEDNESDAY
3/2–5/4
$390
20759
C – RECREATIONAL
WEDNESDAY
3/2–5/4
$390
BRIEN HALTERMAN • 847- 465-2941
[email protected]
As Athletics Programs and Facilities Manager, Brien
Halterman is at the CRC to answer all your questions
about athletics. If you want to know about any adult
or youth league or tournament, you can count on
Brien to be there for you.
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DROP-IN ATHLETIC PROGRAMS
CHECK OUT ALL THE FUN! (PAGE 6)
FUTSAL
BADMINTON
OPEN GYM
BASKETBALL
PICKLEBALL
WALKING TRACK
TABLE TENNIS
FOOSBALL
ADULT
ATHLETICS
PICKLEBALL
DROP-IN PICKLEBALL
DAY: T UESDAY & THURSDAY
TIME: 8:00 – 9:00 AM (COMPETITIVE) • 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (RECREATIONAL)
DAY: FRIDAY (STARTING MARCH 25)
TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 PM
LOCATION: CRC
FEE: RESIDENT $3; NON-RESIDENT $4
AGE: 18 YEARS & OLDER
Tennis, pingpong, and badminton are rolled into one fun sport.
Bring a friend and play one of the fastest growing games today.
Some equipment is provided or bring your own. Play moves to the
outdoor Pickleball courts at Chamber Park, weather permitting, May
through September.
ILLINOIS HUNTER
EDUCATION CLASS
NEW! PICKLEBALL MEMBERSHIPS
ANNUAL & MONTHLY MEMBERSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE!
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES:
•
A DMISSION TO TRADITIONAL TUESDAY AND THURSDAY MORNINGS AND FRIDAY
NIGHT PROGRAM
LOCATION: CRC
•
FIVE 90-MINUTE OUTDOOR PICKLEBALL COURT RESERVATIONS (CHAMBER PARK)
DAYS: F RIDAY, JANUARY 22, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
•
D ISCOUNTED RATE ON ADDITIONAL OUTDOOR PICKLEBALL COURT RENTALS
AT $15 FOR 90 MINUTES
•
1 0% DISCOUNT ON ALL PICKLEBALL-SPECIFIC LEAGUES, LESSONS, CLINICS,
AND TOURNAMENTS
AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
The State of Illinois requires that anyone born on or after
January 1, 1980, must successfully complete a Hunter Education
class conducted through the Illinois Department of Natural
Resources (IDNR). The Wheeling Park District, in cooperation
with IDNR, is pleased to offer the course, free of charge.
The state-sponsored course covers the basics of hunter responsibility,
wildlife conservation and identification, firearms and ammunition,
field safety, wildlife management, first aid, archery, muzzle loading,
and state regulations.
Persons completing the minimum 10 hours of instruction and
successfully passing the final examination receive a State of
Illinois Certificate of Competency and a graduate patch.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
STUDENTS UNDER THE AGE OF 10 YEARS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT
STUDENTS MUST ATTEND BOTH DAYS; BRING LUNCH AND/OR SNACKS
ALL STUDENTS MUST BE ABLE TO COMPLETE A WRITTEN TEST
DO NOT BRING YOUR OWN FIREARMS OR AMMUNITION TO CLASS
ALL MATERIALS PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE TO STUDENTS
REGISTER AT: [email protected]
ANNUAL PICKLEBALL MEMBERSHIP
VALID FOR 1 YEAR FROM PURCHASE DATE
RESIDENT
FEE
INDIVIDUAL
$150
$250
MEMBERSHIP OF TWO
$250
$450
MEMBERSHIP OF THREE
$350
$650
MONTHLY PICKLEBALL MEMBERSHIP
VALID FOR 1 MONTH FROM PURCHASE DATE
RESIDENT
FEE
INDIVIDUAL
$15
$25
MEMBERSHIP OF TWO
$25
$40
MEMBERSHIP OF THREE
$35
$55
OUTDOOR PICKLEBALL COURT RENTALS
LOCATION: CHAMBER PARK, 131 N. WOLF ROAD, WHEELING
MAY – SEPTEMBER
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
TUESDAY/THURSDAY: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
NON-MEMBER FEE: $20 FOR 90 MINUTES
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ADULT
ACTIVITIES
847-465-3333
ADULT ACTIVITIES INFORMATION
PROGRAM LOCATIONS
COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER (CRC) 333 W. DUNDEE ROAD, WHEELING
PAVILION SENIOR CENTER 199 N. FIRST STREET, WHEELING
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847- 465-3333
847-459-2670
CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB 1000 N. MILWAUKEE AVENUE, WHEELING
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847-465-2300
OIL
PAINTING
STAY FIT
FITNESS
55 YEARS & OLDER
CODE
DAY
DATE
TIME
FEE
20280
TUESDAY
1/5–6/21
10:00 – 11:00 am
$30
20281
WEDNESDAY
1/6–6/22
9:00 – 10:00 am
$30
20282
THURSDAY
1/7–6/23
10:00 – 11:00 am
$30
20137
FRIDAY
1/8–2/26
11:45 am – 1:45 pm
$64
20138
FRIDAY
1/8–2/26
2:00 – 4:00 pm
$64
20139
FRIDAY
3/4–5/6
11:45 am – 1:45 pm
$64
20140
FRIDAY
3/4–5/6
2:00 – 4:00 pm
$64
NO CLASS 3/25, 4/22
NO CLASS 3/25, 4/22
BALLROOM DANCING
LOCATION: CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB
FOR DATES & DETAILS: 847-757-2227 • [email protected]
Monthly dances are held in our Grand Ballroom and
hosted in 2016 by Ballroom Chicago. Doors open at
6:00 pm; dance lesson with Bob & Penny Urbon at
7:00 pm and open dancing from 7:30 – 10:30 pm.
STAY FIT FITNESS LOCATION: PAVILION SENIOR CENTER
These full-range-of-motion exercises help control
weight, increase strength, tone muscles, and
maintain flexibility. Moves are low-impact and
adapted by the instructor for all abilities. A chair
work out is available.
OIL PAINTING LOCATION: CRC
Professional artist Enid Silverman provides students
of all abilities individualized attention to improve
drawing and painting skills. Supplies are provided
during the first class for all beginning students.
Thereafter, participants are required to purchase
minimal supplies as needed. No class 3/25.
Historical Society
UPCOMING EVENTS
CHAMBER PARK
LOLLIPOP LANE
•
131 N. WOLF ROAD
•
WHEELING
OPEN EVERY SUNDAY (EXCEPT HOLIDAYS)
APRIL – OCTOBER • 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Exhibits depicting the history of life in Wheeling are housed
in the original Wheeling Village Hall built in 1894.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY INFORMATION
www.wheelinghistoricalsociety.com
847-537-3119
DECEMBER 5–13
MONDAY– FRIDAY, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
SATURDAY– SUNDAY, 2:00 – 5:00 PM
Ride the Santa Express Train
Saturday, December 5
2:00 – 5:00 PM
Saturday, December 13
2:00 – 5:00 PM
www.wheelinghistoricalsociety.com • 847-537-3119
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ADULT
ACTIVITIES
LUNCH AT PAVILION
TO REGISTER OR VOLUNTEER: 847-459-2670
DAYS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY
TIME: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
COST: L UNCH AT PAVILION IS FUNDED PARTIALLY WITH FUNDS GRANTED BY AGE
OPTIONS, THE SUBURBAN AREA AGENCY ON AGING, WITH FUNDS FROM THE
FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION ON AGING AND THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF AGING.
THE SUGGESTED DONATION FOR LUNCH IS $4 PER MEAL. NO ONE IS TURNED
AWAY FOR INABILITY TO DONATE. FREQUENT DINERS CAN MAKE A $15 DONATION
FOR A FIVE-MEAL LUNCH AT PAVILION TICKET.
Join us for a great meal and great friends at Lunch at Pavilion. For
excellent NEW menu selections, a nutritionally-balanced lunch,
restaurant atmosphere, and table service, you can’t beat it! The
Wheeling Pavilion Senior Center hosts meal service for anyone 60
years and better. Reservations are required and must be made by
Wednesday for the following week. Social activities and informational
programs are included as part of this program. Meals are provided by
Hoffman House. Lunch is often followed by a presentation, a speaker,
or musical entertainment.
For more information regarding how to register or volunteer, please
contact the Wheeling Pavilion Senior Center at 847-459-2670.
WINTER BLUES BUSTER PARTY
DATE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27 • TIME: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
LUNCH IS SERVED FROM 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM
LOCATION: WHEELING PAVILION SENIOR CENTER
COST: L UNCH AT PAVILION IS FUNDED PARTIALLY WITH FUNDS GRANTED BY AGE
OPTIONS, THE SUBURBAN AREA AGENCY ON AGING, WITH FUNDS FROM THE
FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION ON AGING AND THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT ON AGING.
THE SUGGESTED DONATION FOR THE LUNCH IS $4 PER MEAL. NO ONE WILL BE
TURNED AWAY FOR INABILITY TO DONATE. FREQUENT DINERS CAN MAKE A $15
DONATION FOR A 5-MEAL LUNCH AT PAVILION TICKET. CARDS ARE AVAILABLE AT
THE FRONT DESK AT THE WHEELING PAVILION SENIOR CENTER. THE CARDS HAVE
NO EXPIRATION DATE.
Chase those winter blues away as Sandi Haynes leads us in a “Fun in the
Sun” beach party. Wear your ”summer clothes” and get ready to forget
about winter for a while.
GRAND VICTORIA CASINO
DATE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 28 • TIME: 10:00 AM, MEET AT THE PAVILION
LOCATION: ELGIN, ILLINOIS
COST: $ 19 MEMBERS/$24 NON-MEMBERS BY JANUARY 4
$24 MEMBERS/$39 NON-MEMBERS JANUARY 5–11
NO REGISTRATION, REFUNDS, OR CREDITS AFTER JANUARY 11
Take a break from winter and try your luck at the slots and table games
at the Grand Victoria Casino in Elgin, Illinois. Upon arrival, receive $5
in free slot play for the Casino.
MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION AT JACOB HENRY MANSION
DATE: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 • TIME: 9:15 AM, MEET AT THE PAVILION
LOCATION: JOLIET, ILLINOIS
COST: $ 72 MEMBERS/$87 NON-MEMBERS BY JANUARY 4
$77 MEMBERS/$92 NON-MEMBERS JANUARY 5 OR LATER, IF SPACE IS AVAILABLE
NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS AFTER JANUARY 4
Celebrate Mardi Gras at the Jacob Henry Mansion. Enjoy a delicious
lunch of Jambalaya, corn bread, salad, and dessert. Following lunch,
enjoy the music of a New Orleans style brass band.
BYE BYE BIRDIE
DATE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 • TIME:10:00 AM, MEET AT THE SENIOR CENTER
LOCATION: DRURY LANE THEATRE IN OAKBROOK TERRACE, ILLINOIS
COST: $ 75 MEMBERS/$90 NON-MEMBERS BY AUGUST 24
NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS AFTER FEBRUARY 1, AS WE MUST GIVE FINAL COUNT, MEAL SELECTION,
AND PAYMENT TO THE VENUE AT THAT TIME.
Bye Bye Birdie is one of the most captivating musical shows of our time.
The story of a rock and roll singer about to be inducted into the army
gives insight into our own everyday life. Hear favorite songs such as
“Telephone Hour”, “Put On a Happy Face”, “One Last Kiss”, and more.
The cost of this trip includes round-trip transportation to and from the
venue, a ticket to the show, and your choice of either Pecan Crusted
Tilapia or Roast Beef for lunch.
ADLER PLANETARIUM
DATE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9 • TIME: 8:45 AM, MEET AT THE PAVILION
LOCATION: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
COST: $ 63 MEMBERS/$78 NON-MEMBERS BY FEBRUARY 16
$68 MEMBERS/$83 NON-MEMBERS FEBRUARY 17 OR LATER, IF SPACE IS AVAILABLE
NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS AFTER FEBRUARY 23, AS WE MUST GIVE THE FINAL COUNT AND PAYMENT
TO THE VENUE AT THAT TIME.
Join us for a trip that is out of this world as we travel to the Adler
Planetarium. Explore the many exhibits and enjoy the “Cosmic
Wonder” show. Take a break from your explorations and use your
$15 food voucher for a delicious lunch in the café. This trip includes
round trip transportation, museum admission, show, and lunch.
CHICAGO PREMIUM OUTLETS
DATE: TUESDAY, APRIL 5 • TIME: 8:45 AM, MEET AT THE PAVILION
LOCATION: AURORA, ILLINOIS
COST: $ 15 MEMBERS/$30 NON-MEMBERS BY MARCH 15
$20 MEMBERS/$35 NON-MEMBERS MARCH 16 OR LATER, IF SPACE IS AVAILABLE
WE MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF 11 PEOPLE REGISTERED BY MARCH 15, IN ORDER TO RUN THIS TRIP.
NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS AFTER MARCH 15.
Attention Bargain Hunters: The Wheeling Pavilion Senior Center
will be heading to the Chicago Premium Outlets in Aurora, Illinois.
Enjoy finding that special item at outlet prices! The expected return
time is 4:30 pm depending on traffic.
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ADULT
ACTIVITIES
HERSHEY FELDER AS IRVING BERLIN
DATE: THURSDAY, APRIL 14 • TIME: 5:00 PM, MEET AT THE PAVILION
LOCATION: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
COST: $ 85 MEMBERS/$100 NON-MEMBERS BY MARCH 10
$90 MEMBERS/$105 NON-MEMBERS MARCH 11 OR LATER
NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS AFTER MARCH 10
Join us for an evening of dinner and theatre. This event begins with
dinner at Dawali (Use your $15 gift card towards anything on the
menu.), followed by a walk down the block to the Royal George Theatre.
Hershey Felder brings to life the remarkable story of Irving Berlin,
“America’s composer”, featuring our nation’s most popular and enduring
songs, from “God Bless America” to “White Christmas”. Hershey
Felder’s masterful creation of character and musical performance
makes this evening with Irving Berlin an unforgettable journey.
MOTHER’S DAY CELEBRATION
DATE: FRIDAY, MAY 6 • TIME: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
LUNCH IS SERVED FROM 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM
LOCATION: WHEELING PAVILION SENIOR CENTER
COST: L UNCH AT PAVILION IS FUNDED PARTIALLY WITH FUNDS GRANTED BY AGE
OPTIONS, THE SUBURBAN AREA AGENCY ON AGING, WITH FUNDS FROM THE
FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION ON AGING AND THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT ON AGING.
THE SUGGESTED DONATION FOR THE LUNCH IS $4 PER MEAL. NO ONE WILL BE
TURNED AWAY FOR INABILITY TO DONATE. FREQUENT DINERS CAN MAKE A $15
DONATION FOR A 5-MEAL LUNCH AT PAVILION TICKET. CARDS ARE AVAILABLE AT
THE FRONT DESK AT THE WHEELING PAVILION SENIOR CENTER. THE CARDS HAVE
NO EXPIRATION DATE.
Enjoy a delicious lunch followed by entertainment. Kick up your heels
as Sandi Haynes salutes the mothers in your life.
FATHERS’S DAY CELEBRATION
DATE: FRIDAY, JUNE 10 • TIME: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
LUNCH IS SERVED FROM 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM
LOCATION: WHEELING PAVILION SENIOR CENTER
COST: L UNCH AT PAVILION IS FUNDED PARTIALLY WITH FUNDS GRANTED BY AGE
OPTIONS, THE SUBURBAN AREA AGENCY ON AGING, WITH FUNDS FROM THE
FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION ON AGING AND THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT ON AGING.
THE SUGGESTED DONATION FOR THE LUNCH IS $4 PER MEAL. NO ONE WILL BE
TURNED AWAY FOR INABILITY TO DONATE. FREQUENT DINERS CAN MAKE A $15
DONATION FOR A 5-MEAL LUNCH AT PAVILION TICKET. CARDS ARE AVAILABLE AT
THE FRONT DESK AT THE WHEELING PAVILION SENIOR CENTER. THE CARDS HAVE
NO EXPIRATION DATE.
Enjoy a delicious lunch followed by entertainment. Bobby Schiff will
be on hand to salute all the fathers in our lives with music and stories
about awesome dads.
SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN
DATE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24 • TIME: 8:00 AM, MEET AT THE PAVILION
LOCATION: FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN
COST: $ 119 MEMBERS/$134 NON-MEMBERS BY JULY 13
$124 MEMBERS/$139 NON-MEMBERS JULY 14 OR LATER, IF SPACE IS AVAILABLE.
NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS AFTER JULY 14.
Enjoy one of the greatest movie musicals of all time live on the stage
of the Fireside Theatre. Singin’ in the Rain is a fun-filled, high-stepping
spoof of the days when Hollywood first learned to talk. Enjoy great
songs such as “Good Morning”, “Make ‘Em Laugh”, “You Are My Lucky
Star”, and more. Expected return time is between 6:00 and 6:30 pm,
depending on traffic.
RESTAURANT TRIPS
The Wheeling Pavilion Senior Center offers lunch time and evening
restaurant trips. Enjoy a delicious meal and conversation with our
group. For a list of upcoming restaurant outings contact the Wheeling
Pavilion Senior Center at 847-459-2670.
PYRAMID HOUSE
DATE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 25 • TIME: 8:15 AM, MEET AT THE PAVILION
LOCATION: WADSWORTH, ILLINOIS
COST: $ 35 MEMBERS/$50 NON-MEMBERS BY APRIL 18
$40 MEMBERS/$55 NON-MEMBERS APRIL 19 OR LATER
NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS AFTER MARCH 1
This tour includes a look inside the public areas of the Pyramid House,
a walk through the replica of King Tut’s Tomb, and an interesting and
exciting presentation about the Pyramid House and its history. After
the tour, stop in the Pyramid gift shop to browse the Egyptian items
for sale in the Pyramid gift shop.
TO REGISTER OR FOR INFORMATION,
CONTACT ALYSIA MILLER-GOLDSTEIN AT
847-459-2670
ADDITIONAL ADULT PROGRAMS
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WALKING TRACK
& OPEN GYM
BADMINTON,
PICKLEBALL
& TABLE TENNIS
LAND & AQUATIC
GROUP FITNESS
CLASSES
CHAIR YOGA
WORK THE JOINTS
SENIOR SWIM
MUSIC LESSONS
KARATE &
TAE KWON DO
VOLLEYBALL
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847-465-3333
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ADULT
1000 NORTH MILWAUKEE AVENUE
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WHEELING, IL 60090
•
847-465-2300
•
WWW.CHEVYCHASECOUNTRYCLUB.COM
Chevy Chase Country Club is a public facility, owned and operated by the Wheeling Park District. We specialize in special occasions. A philosophy of
maintaining an environment of excellence and hospitality coupled with our beautifully-appointed facilities and friendly staff, makes Chevy Chase the
perfect place for corporate outings, showers, birthdays, weddings, and bar/bat mitzvahs. Dining venues surround the patio and offer a magnificent view
of the water fountains and meticulously-maintained golf course. The recent addition of a 3,900-square-foot outdoor stone patio brings a new dimension
to Chevy Chase Country Club’s long legacy as the area’s premier entertainment destination.
As a full-service food and beverage operation, Chevy Chase is uniquely qualified to provide outstanding quality and service at all your private, business,
and banquet events. Our rooms accommodate 30-600 guests and offer an intimate dining experience within a large group setting. In addition to the
traditional Chevy Chase fare, our new and exciting menus satisfy all culinary preferences. Whether preparing a continental breakfast, light cocktail
reception, themed buffets, cook-out, luncheon, or a full-service dinner, we believe there is no substitute for the freshest ingredients skillfully prepared.
THE GRAND BALLROOM has all the
amenities of a modern facility while
maintaining the ambience of its historical
origins from the 1920s. The Abbey, with
vaulted ceiling, is the area of the ballroom
where friends can gather and socialize over
cocktails served from the vintage horseshoe
bar. The Grand Ballroom boasts a 5,000
square-foot hardwood dance floor, stage
area, and state-of-the-art sound and lighting
system, and seats 150 to 600 guests. The new
patio off the north end of the room features
two wooden pergolas and a spectacular view
of the ninth hole.
THE ALL-NEW DEVONSHIRE ROOM
Bigger, better, brighter, and more beautiful
than ever before, the expanded space
accommodates up to 250 people and is now
available for your next event. The extensive
renovations include hardwood flooring
throughout, new light fixtures, new
furnishings, new advanced presentation
technology, new bar, and added views of
the scenic Traditions Golf Course.
GABLE BAR AND GRILL is the perfect
spot to unwind after a round of golf, host
a business lunch, or just relax and watch
the game with friends. Open to the public
for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the menu
features a full complement of food and
beverage items, including daily specials. Free
WiFi is always available. Outside seating on
the covered patio overlooks the water features
on beautiful Traditions Golf Course.
WEDDINGS
Chevy Chase offers a variety of personalized services, specifically
designed to simplify your duties as host. Our access to extensive
resources gives us the ability to coordinate photography, music, floral
arrangements, linens – any element needed to perfect your event.
Our private bride’s rooms and concierge services are just part of the
memorable, once-in-a-lifetime experience that awaits you at your
seamless and stunning celebration. The new patio off the Grand
Ballroom features a wooden pergola-covered wedding platform, a
lower patio area and a staging area for bridal parties. An additional
wooden pergola shelters a portion of the main patio which seats up
to 300 people.
CORPORATE & SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
No other facility can match the unique benefits Chevy Chase
Country Club can offer. Newly-remodeled rooms equipped with
audio-visual and professional presentation equipment fit any
occasion. Our highly-skilled catering services ensure your event
surpasses your expectations, and our superb kitchen, with extensive
menu options, exquisitely prepares and elegantly presents each item.
GOLF OUTINGS
The experienced golf services and catering sales departments help
you plan a unique hospitality and entertainment package specifically
for your event. After a round on “Traditions”, our 18-hole experience,
share a relaxing beverage on the Gable Grill veranda and enjoy the
breathtaking westward view of our course beyond a beautiful water
fountain and pond. Enjoy a luncheon or dinner outside or in the
casual elegance of one of our beautifully renovated rooms.
CHEVY CHASE COUNTY CLUB
847-465-2300
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TRADITIONS AT
CHEVY CHASE GOLF COURSE
Experience 18 holes of championship golf at Traditions at Chevy Chase.
The Traditions golf course, originally designed and built in 1927 by
renowned architect Thomas Bendelow, was renovated in 2002 by Bob
Lohmann. The par-72 course is reflective of the architecture from the
origin of the game of golf. Deep pot bunkers lined with native fescue
grasses, generous rolling greens, and undulating bent-grass fairways are
some of the great features guests enjoy. Four sets of tees challenge players
of all skill levels. The mature tree-lined fairways provide a relaxing and
enjoyable experience for all players.
Best of all, the Chevy Chase guest services teams take you back to the
era of the course’s original opening in the 1920s – a time when respect
and relationships were valued. With concierge-style service provided by a
courteous professional team, Traditions at Chevy Chase is a golfer’s delight.
Traditions at Chevy Chase golf carts are fully equipped with the latest
GPS technology. Not only does the cart carry your clubs, it determines
yardage to the pin and other key locations.
GOLF EVENTS
GOLF EVENTS INFORMATION • 847- 465-2301
A professional golf-event coordinator can arrange a golf outing for
groups of any size. From the bag drop to the menu at the 19th hole,
we offer complete one-stop event coordination.
GOLF & GIFT SHOP
The Golf and Gift Shop is stocked with unique gift items and essentials
for the game. Our friendly staff will assist you in finding that special gift
for on or off the course. Our selection features top brands including
Odyssey, Callaway, Taylor Made, Ping, Nike, Under Armour, Greg
Norman, Titleist, and Foot Joy. Gift certificates also are available.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION & GOLF LESSONS
For more information, call Bobby Jan at 847-274-7454.
USGA GOLF COURSE RATING
MEN’S
847-465-2300
YARDAGE
RATING
SLOPE
MIDNIGHT BACK
6,360
71.8
130
BURNT RED MIDDLE BACK
6,078
69.4
124
CURRENT RATES ARE AVAILABLE AT
HUNTER GREEN MIDDLE FRONT
5,647
67.4
118
WWW.CHEVYCHASECOUNTRYCLUB.COM
YARDAGE
RATING
SLOPE
HUNTER GREEN MIDDLE FRONT
5,647
72.4
123
NATURAL FRONT
5,084
69.3
116
WOMEN’S
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TEE TIMES ARE TAKEN 7 DAYS A WEEK BY CALLING
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
•
847-465-3333
•
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
847-465-2300
RESIDENT ID CARDS ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN RESIDENT RATES
REGISTRATION TAKEN AT TRADITIONS
AT CHEVY CHASE GOLF SHOP
847-465-2300
EDGE PERFORMANCE GOLF
INDIVIDUAL GOLF INSTRUCTION AND CLINICS
Take your golf game to the highest performance edge and realize your
full potential with Edge Performance Golf. Our specialized golf
training follows a consistent cycle: prepare, practice, and perform.
Learn to approach every aspect of development by seeing the goal,
hurdle, and solution. Build confidence through the process and focus
energy on the plan for improvement.
Edge Performance Golf is directed by Bobby Jan, a class “A”
PGA Golf Professional. He began playing golf at a very young age and
continued his success as a PGA Professional on the mini-tours and as
a top-10 PGA professional in Illinois for many years. Jan was inducted
into Millikin University’s Hall of Fame and is currently the Head Golf
Coach for NCAA Division 1 Chicago State University. For more
information, please visit www.robertjangolf.com.
PRIVATE GOLF INSTRUCTION
LOCATION: B UFFALO GROVE DOME
CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB WEATHER DEPENDENT
INSTRUCTOR: ROBERT JAN
DATES: 12/7–2/14 • REGISTRATION: WWW.EDGEPGA.COM
One-on-one instruction, offered in 60-minute
CLASSES
FEE
increments, focuses on the individual student.
An in-depth analysis of player’s current game
1
$125
identifies specific areas in need of improvement
and provides a comprehensive plan for consistency
5*
$450
and success.
10*
$840
GO TO THE WWW.EDGEPGA.COM TO REGISTER FOR THE DAY AND TIME
THAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE.
*A dditional students may be added to the 5-Session or 10-Session series at $30/hour/student/session
SPRING SCRAMBLE
DATE: SATURDAY, MARCH 26 • TIME: 9:30 AM
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FEE: RESIDENT $55; NON-RESIDENT $60
Get your favorite foursome together and start the season out right
with this Traditions at Chevy Chase four-person, 18-hole scramble.
No handicaps are required for this competition just the spirit for the
great game of golf. Eighteen holes of golf, cart, prizes, and the reception
following the game are included in the fee.
CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB 1000 N. MILWAUKEE AVENUE, WHEELING
BUFFALO GROVE DOME 801 MCHENRY ROAD, BUFFALO GROVE
WEEKEND GROUP TRAINING
LOCATION: B UFFALO GROVE DOME
CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY CLUB WEATHER DEPENDENT
INSTRUCTOR: TBD
JUNIORS 4:1 RATIO; MIN 4, MAX 6; WOMEN’S 6:1 RATIO; MIN 4, MAX 6
REGISTRATION: WWW.EDGEPGA.COM
Offered in 60-minute increments, instruction focuses on fundamentals
to develop and enhance the student’s golf game. Analysis of player’s
current game identifies areas in need of improvement and provides a
plan for consistency and success. Register at www.edgepga.com.
No class 12/26, 12/27, 1/2, 1/3.
DAY
DATE
TIME
CLASSES
FEE
SATURDAY
12/5–1/9
7:30 – 8:30 AM
JUNIORS 5–8 YEARS
$125
SATURDAY
12/5–1/9
8:30 – 9:30 AM
JUNIORS 9–12 YEARS
$125
SATURDAY
12/5–1/9
9:30 – 10:30 AM
JUNIORS 13–16 YEARS
$125
SUNDAY
12/6–1/10
10:00 – 11:00 AM
WOMEN’S ONLY BEGINNER
$125
SUNDAY
12/6–1/10 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM WOMEN’S ONLY INTERMEDIATE
$125
SATURDAY
1/16–2/6
7:30 – 8:30 AM
JUNIORS 5–8 YEARS
$125
SATURDAY
1/16–2/6
8:30 – 9:30 AM
JUNIORS 9–12 YEARS
$125
SATURDAY
1/16–2/6
9:30 – 10:30 AM
JUNIORS 13–16 YEARS
$125
SUNDAY
1/17–2/7
10:00 – 11:00 AM
WOMEN’S ONLY BEGINNER
$125
SUNDAY
1/17–2/7
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM WOMEN’S ONLY INTERMEDIATE
$125
Drop-in fee: $35/class
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REGISTRATION
INFORMATION
WAIT LIST
GUEST SERVICE DESK
RECREATION PROGRAM
SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
If you are not completely satisfied with the
program in which you participate, call or stop
by the Guest Service Desk at the CRC before
half of the program (meetings and practices
included) is over and complete a Satisfaction
Guarantee Request form.
It is possible to be placed on a wait list when
maximum enrollment has been reached for a
particular class or program.
If you discontinue the program, you can choose
to repeat it at no charge, get a credit and apply it
to another program (if available), or get a refund.
For a medical refund request, a doctor’s note
must be provided and a pro-rated refund (cost
of remaining program meetings) will be mailed
to the guest’s home.
A resident is defined as anyone who lives within
the Wheeling Park District boundaries. Not all
Wheeling mailing addresses are located within
the Wheeling Park District and not all residents
have a Wheeling address. It is possible to have
an address in Prospect Heights, Arlington
Heights, Mount Prospect, or Buffalo Grove and
be a resident of the Wheeling Park District.
The Satisfaction Guarantee does not include
adult athletic leagues, trips, Children In Action,
and one-day events.
PROGRAM CANCELLATION POLICY
The Wheeling Park District reserves the right to
cancel, postpone, or combine classes as necessary.
Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment.
Do not wait until the last minute to register!
•
MILITARY PERSONNEL
The Wheeling Park District grants active
military personnel residency status for daily
admission rates. Military ID is required at the
time of payment.
847-465-3333
RESIDENCY
RESIDENCY STATUS INFORMATION
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RESIDENT RATES FOR
SCHOOL DISTRICT 21 & 23 STUDENTS
GUEST SERVICE DESK • 847-465-3333
847- 465-3333
The Wheeling Park District grants Resident
Rates for children enrolled as students in
Community Consolidated School District
21 and School District 23.
¡ SE HABLA ESPAÑOL!
En el Wheeling Park District, hay empleados
que hablan español. Si ud quiere inscribirse
para un programa o una actividad, por favor
vanga al Community Recreation Center,
333 W. Dundee Road. Si tiene alguna pregunta
con respecto a los diferentes programas llámenos
al 847-465-3334.
SPECIAL RATES FOR SENIORS
GUEST SERVICE DESK • 847-465-3333
Those 62 years and older are entitled to the
special Senior rate. Fees listed after specific
Senior programs reflect the Senior rate.
REGISTER EARLY!
GET THE CLASS YOU WANT
AT THE TIME YOU WANT IT!
JANNETTE NUÑEZ • 847- 465-3334 • [email protected]
As Guest Service Manager, Jannette Nuñez is at the CRC to answer all your questions about registration and payments. Whether you speak
English or Spanish, Jannette is there to help you register for a program, league, class, or event, and set up a payment plan if necessary.
5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER!
WALK-IN
Come to the Guest Service Desk
during regular office hours and your
registration will be processed in our
convenient “real-time”, paperless
format. In most cases, you do not
need to fill out a registration form.
DROP-BOX
If the Guest Service Desk is closed,
use the convenient “after-hours”
drop-off, located at the registration
counter next to the Guest Service
Desk. Deposit your completed
registration form and payment.
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD
WHEELING, IL 60090
GUEST SERVICE DESK HOURS
Monday–Friday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Saturday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
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ONLINE
EZ-Reg, the quick and easy online
registration system, is available at
www.wheelingparkdistrict.com. This
form of registration requires you to
submit credit card payment and is
also in “real time”; you will know
immediately that you have been
accepted into a class or program.
The electronic form substitutes for, and has the
same legal effect as, the original document.
MAIL-IN
Mail your completed registration
form and payment directly to:
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD
WHEELING, IL 60090
FAX
Fax your completed registration
form and credit card payment to:
847-537-3481.
The facsimile form substitutes for, and has the
same legal effect as, the original document.
PAYMENTS ACCEPTED:
VISA
•
CASH • CHECK • MONEY ORDER
MASTERCARD • DISCOVER • AMERICAN EXPRESS
PLEASE USE ONE (1) FORM FOR EACH REGISTRANT.
MAKE ADDITIONAL COPIES IF NEEDED.
GENERAL REGISTRATION FORM
THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT WAIVER & RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS
ON THE REVERSE SIDE MUST BE SIGNED IN ORDER TO REGISTER.
METHOD OF PAYMENT
LAST NAME
HOME PHONE
ADDRESS
CITY
1 CASH
1 CHECK 1 MONEY ORDER
1 DISCOVER 1 VISA 1 MASTERCARD
1 AMERICAN EXPRESS
ZIP
RECEIPT NUMBER
E-MAIL ADDRESS
CREDIT CARD NUMBER
PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS
EXPIRATION DATE
FATHER’S NAME
WORK PHONE
CELL
MOTHER’S NAME
WORK PHONE
CELL
PHONE
CELL
CARDHOLDER NAME
AUTHORIZATION SIGNATURE
EMERGENCY CONTACT
RELATIONSHIP
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT WELCOMES INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES.
PLEASE DESCRIBE ANY ACCOMMODATIONS NEEDED FOR SUCCESSFUL INCLUSION INTO PROGRAM(S):
I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A DONATION TO THE WHEELING
PARK DISTRICT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
1$1 1 $5 1$10 1 OTHER $
THERE WILL BE A $6.00 SERVICE CHARGE FOR RETURNED CHECKS.
CODE
NUMBER
PROGRAM NAME
START
DATE
START
TIME
FEE
PARTICIPANT’S FIRST & LAST NAME
GENDER
DATE OF BIRTH
MM/DD/YYYY
GRADE
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WAIVER
& RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS
THIS WAIVER MUST BE SIGNED TO REGISTER IN A WHEELING PARK DISTRICT PROGRAM
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The Wheeling 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 Wheeling 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/programs.
You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or adequately skilled for the activities
contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way or has recently
suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.
WARNING OF RISK
Recreational activities are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant.
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. All hazards and dangers cannot be foreseen Depending on the particular activity,
certain risks, dangers and injuries may exist due to inclement weather, slips and falls, poor skill level or conditioning, carelessness,
horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premises defects, inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction or
officiating, and other risks inherent to the particular activity. In this regard, it is impossible for the Wheeling Park District to
guarantee absolute safety.
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND 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 services and vehicle operations, 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 Wheeling Park District, including its officials,
agents, volunteers and employees.
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 ON-LINE OR VIA FAX, MY ON-LINE OR FACSIMILE SIGNATURE
SHALL SUBSTITUTE FOR AND HAVE THE SAME LEGAL EFFECT AS AN ORIGINAL FORM SIGNATURE.
PARTICIPANT’S NAME (PLEASE PRINT)
DATE
PARTICIPANT’S SIGNATURE (18 YEARS OR OLDER OR PARENT/GUARDIAN)
PARTICIPATION WILL BE DENIED IF THE SIGNATURE OF ADULT PARTICIPANT
OR PARENT/GUARDIAN AND DATE ARE NOT ON THIS WAIVER.
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PLEASE USE ONE (1) FORM FOR EACH REGISTRANT.
MAKE ADDITIONAL COPIES IF NEEDED.
YOUTH ATHLETICS REGISTRATION FORM
THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT WAIVER & RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS
ON THE REVERSE SIDE MUST BE SIGNED IN ORDER TO REGISTER.
PARENTS, IF INTERESTED IN COACHING, PLEASE
COMPLETE THIS SECTION.
PLAYER’S FULL NAME
GENDER
ADDRESS
ZIP
CITY
PHONE
GRADE
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
1 HEAD COACH
NAME
DATE OF BIRTH (MM/DD/YYYY)
FATHER’S NAME
WORK PHONE
CELL
MOTHER’S NAME
WORK PHONE
CELL
1 ASSISTANT COACH
EMAIL
PREFERRED PRACTICE NIGHT
IF YOU ARE HEAD COACH, WHO WILL ASSIST?
EMAIL
AUTHORIZATION SIGNATURE
ALTERNATE CONTACT
FAMILY PHYSICIAN
RELATIONSHIP
1 YES
Have you played in an organized league? 1 YES
Are you NYSCA Certified?
1 YES
Has your child played this sport before? 1 YES
Have you ever coached this sport?
PHONE
PHONE
MEDICAL ALLERGIES, ILLNESS OR OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONS
1 NO
1 NO
1 NO
1 NO
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT CONDUCTS CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS
ON ALL VOLUNTEER COACHES.
SCHOOL CHILD ATTENDS OR WILL ATTEND
NIGHTS CHILD CANNOT PRACTICE
FRIENDSHIP REQUEST (LIMIT ONE); FRIENDSHIP REQUESTS WILL BE HONORED FOR 2ND GRADE AND YOUNGER ONLY. SEE PAGE 27. NO COACHES’ REQUESTS WILL BE HONORED.
PLEASE RATE YOUR CHILD’S ABILITY. (CIRCLE)
CODE
NUMBER
1
2
3
1 = PRE-BEGINNER
4
TO
5
5 = EXCELLENT
METHOD OF PAYMENT
1 CASH
1 CHECK 1 MONEY ORDER
1 DISCOVER 1 VISA 1 MASTERCARD
1 AMERICAN EXPRESS
RECEIPT NUMBER
SPORT
DEADLINE
REGISTRATION FEE(S)
CREDIT CARD NUMBER
EXPIRATION DATE
CARDHOLDER NAME
AUTHORIZATION SIGNATURE
I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A DONATION TO THE WHEELING
PARK DISTRICT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
1$1 1 $5 1$10 1 OTHER $
TOTAL:
THERE WILL BE A $6.00 SERVICE CHARGE FOR RETURNED CHECKS.
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WAIVER
& RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS
THIS WAIVER MUST BE SIGNED TO REGISTER IN A WHEELING PARK DISTRICT PROGRAM
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The Wheeling 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 Wheeling 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/programs.
You are solely responsible for determining if you or your minor child/ward are physically fit and/or adequately skilled for the activities
contemplated by this agreement. It is always advisable, especially if the participant is pregnant, disabled in any way or has recently
suffered an illness, injury or impairment, to consult a physician before undertaking any physical activity.
WARNING OF RISK
Recreational activities are intended to challenge and engage the physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant.
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. All hazards and dangers cannot be foreseen Depending on the particular activity,
certain risks, dangers and injuries may exist due to inclement weather, slips and falls, poor skill level or conditioning, carelessness,
horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premises defects, inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction or
officiating, and other risks inherent to the particular activity. In this regard, it is impossible for the Wheeling Park District to
guarantee absolute safety.
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND 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 services and vehicle operations, 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 Wheeling Park District, including its officials,
agents, volunteers and employees.
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 ON-LINE OR VIA FAX, MY ON-LINE OR FACSIMILE SIGNATURE
SHALL SUBSTITUTE FOR AND HAVE THE SAME LEGAL EFFECT AS AN ORIGINAL FORM SIGNATURE.
PARTICIPANT’S NAME (PLEASE PRINT)
DATE
PARTICIPANT’S SIGNATURE (18 YEARS OR OLDER OR PARENT/GUARDIAN)
PARTICIPATION WILL BE DENIED IF THE SIGNATURE OF ADULT PARTICIPANT
OR PARENT/GUARDIAN AND DATE ARE NOT ON THIS WAIVER.
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FINANCIAL
ASSISTANCE
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2013
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
FOR RECREATION PROGRAMS
Financial assistance for recreation
programs is available to Wheeling Park
District residents whose households
meet specific criteria. Details about
the program are listed to the right.
CRITERIA
Applicants must reside within the boundaries of the Wheeling Park District
Provide a photocopy (not original) of the participant’s (under age 18) birth certificate
with the Request for Financial Assistance Application Form
One or more of the following must apply:
• The household receives food stamps, general assistance, disability assistance,
or other pre-qualified governmental aid (Please provide documented proof.); or
• One of the household’s principal providers is actively serving in the military; or
Pick up a Request for Financial Assistance
Application Form at the CRC Guest Service
Desk or download a copy from our Website.
• The household meets the poverty-level standards defined by Health and Human
Services (Please provide prior-year tax returns for all household members providing
financial support, with Social Security numbers eliminated.); or
Complete the form and return it, with the
necessary documentation, to the Guest Service
Desk along with a Program Registration Form.
• The household falls within State of Illinois guidelines of low-income families
(Please provide documented proof.)
TO APPLY FOR
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL
847-465-3333
If funds from governmental agencies are available, applicants may be asked to first
exhaust those means of receiving funds. Park District staff will assist applicants in
obtaining these grants
The Executive Director may consider extenuating circumstances for those individuals
who do not consistently meet the established criteria and award financial assistance
LIMITATIONS
An eligible participant will be limited to financial assistance for:
• No more than three (3) weeks of summer camp annually
• No more than two (2) seasonal recreation programs per year
• Programs contracted out and not conducted by Park District staff, trips, cooperative
programs and punch-card programs are ineligible for financial assistance
PARTICIPANT CO-PAY AMOUNT
Eligible participants contribute toward the cost of the program
by making the following co-pays:
• Seasonal Recreation Programs: 25% per participant
• Camps: 50% per participant
• Preschool : 50% per participant
¡ SE HABLA ESPAÑOL!
Si necesita esta información en español por favor
llame al 847-465-3334 y hable con Jannette Nuñez.
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PARK
&
FACILITY
INFORMATION
RENTALS AVAILABLE FOR ALL YOUR
EVENTS AND MEETINGS!
COMMUNITY
RECREATION
CENTER ROOMS
GYMNASIUMS
POOLS
PICNIC SHELTERS
ATHLETIC
FIELDS/COURTS
FACILITY RESERVATION PROCEDURES
Persons or groups wishing to rent a room at
the CRC or a Park District location may apply
according to the following procedures:
HELPFUL INFORMATION
1. All parks close at sunset.
1. Complete and sign a Facility Request
Form. Do not include payment. Full
payment is due upon approval of request.
3. There is a maximum amount of picnic
tables at each park location.
2. Submit form to the CRC. The request will
be evaluated for appropriateness, availability
of facility, and availability of staff.
CHAMBER PARK
CHURCH/GAZEBO
CHILDERLEY
PARK CHAPEL
3. If request is approved, the reservation
agreement will be completed and the
applicant notified. Applicant will sign the
agreement form and submit full payment
of fees.
4. Requests will be processed in order of receipt.
5. The approval process may take up to 10 days,
so please plan accordingly.
6. Reservation requests may be submitted up
to three months prior to the requested date.
Wheeling Park District programs and activities
have first priority. School District #21 and Wheeling
High School requests have second priority.
The Wheeling Park District may preempt in
an emergency. Alternate accommodations will
be made.
As Facility Services Clerk,
Sharon Schomer is at the CRC
to answer all your questions about
facility rentals. If you want to
know anything about group rates
at the Arctic Splash or Aquatic
Center or renting a room at the
CRC, or any Park District location,
you can count on Sharon to be
there for you.
SHARON SCHOMER
847-465-7776
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2. Loud music or alcohol is not permitted
on any Park District property.
4. Grills and restroom facilities are
available at some picnic sites.
5. Insurance may be required due to certain
conditions of the function, for the protection
of Park District property.
6. Events charging admission for commercial
use require permission from the Executive
Director of Wheeling Park District.
7. Pets must be on leashes which do not
exceed six feet in length.
8. Smoking is prohibited in all wooded areas
on Park District property and within 100 feet
of any point on soccer, baseball, or football
fields, or tennis or basketball courts.
THE WHEELING PARK DISTRICT OWNS AND OPERATES
A VARIETY OF FACILITIES. THEY ARE AVAILABLE FOR
RENTAL TO ANYONE REGARDLESS OF RESIDENCY.
SHARON SCHOMER
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PARK DISTRICT PICNIC SHELTERS Groups of 25 or less may use a picnic site on
a drop-in basis without making a reservation, free of charge. However, such groups take
the risk of being asked to leave the site if the site has already been reserved by another
group with a permit.
Persons or large groups wishing to reserve a picnic site and obtain a permit may apply
by following the Facility Reservation Procedures. Please see the inside back pages of
this Program Guide for a description of our parks and available amenities.
FREE WIFI Enjoy free WiFi service at the CRC. The Wheeling Park District WiFi
network lets you access the Internet without cables or wires using the wireless
networking card in your privately-owned laptop, PDA, or WiFi-enabled device.
For more information about this free service, stop by the CRC Guest Service Desk.
PARK & FACILITY
INFORMATION
AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT (ADA)
The Wheeling Park District is committed to
accessibility for individuals with disabilities
and strives to provide equal participation in all
programs and services. The Park District’s policy
is to reasonably accommodate all qualified
program applicants in accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We
welcome the questions, comments, and concerns
of interested community members regarding
Park District ADA compliance.
To arrange for auxiliary aids or accommodations
enabling individuals with disabilities to participate
in Park District public meetings, or to request
publications in a special format (such as
audiocassette or large print), contact the
Park District’s ADA Coordinator, Matt Wehby,
by calling 847-465-3333 or by writing Wheeling
Park District, 333 W. Dundee Road, Wheeling,
IL 60090.
INCLUSIVE RECREATION PROGRAMS
In a continuing effort to accommodate the
needs of residents with special needs, NWSRA
and the Wheeling Park District provide inclusive
recreation services. This means that individuals
with disabilities are able to participate in
programs offered by the Park District. Tell us
your special needs by communicating on the
registration form, and together the Wheeling
Park District and NWSRA will provide the
support necessary for success. Find out more
about NWSRA on page 31.
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
BEHAVIOR & CONDUCT
Guests are expected to exhibit appropriate
behavior at all times. Please observe the
following guidelines:
1. Show respect to all guests and staff.
2. Refrain from using foul or obscene language.
3. Refrain from causing bodily harm to others.
4. Show respect for equipment, supplies,
and facility.
5. Children under age 10 must be supervised
by an adult, age 17 years or older, at all
times at all recreation facilities.
THORGUARD LIGHTNING
PREDICTION & WARNING SYSTEM
By measuring the amount of electrical charge in
the atmosphere, Thorguard predicts with a high
degree of certainty the probability of a lightning
strike within a covered area. This system warns
guests and staff with a horn and strobe system
when a lightning strike hazard is present. Areas
served by Thorguard include Heritage Park,
Family Aquatic Center, CRC, and all adjacent
areas and neighborhoods.
The system is intended to warn guests and
staff of probable lightning hazards in the area
so lightning-related injuries and deaths can
be avoided. Since Thorguard is a lightning
prediction system, it is possible for the
warning system to be activated even when
weather conditions do not seem to indicate
lightning is present. Be assured that these
warnings are accurate and must be followed
to ensure personal safety.
Two distinct signals sent out by Thorguard:
RED ALERT External warning horns blare for
15 seconds and strobe lights begin to blink.
This signifies a lightning hazard in the area.
All outdoor recreation activity should be
suspended and guests and staff should seek
appropriate shelter, preferably indoors.
ALL CLEAR External warning horns give three
consecutive blasts lasting 3-5 seconds each.
This means the lightning hazard has left the
area and it is safe to resume normal activities.
Chevy Chase is protected under the WeatherBug
lightning detection system.
LOCKER ROOMS
The locker room is an amenity available for
use by all CRC participants. The purpose is
for storage of personal belongings while using
the facility. Each participant needs to furnish
his/her own lock. Overnight storage is available.
Private locker rooms are available on a rental
basis. For more information see the Fitness
section of this Program Guide.
The Wheeling Park District is not responsible
for lost and/or stolen property. Please do not
store valuables in lockers. Wallet lockers are
available in the Arctic Splash, gymnasium,
and Fitness Center.
IMAGE RECORDING DEVICES
The use of any image recording devices,
including video recorders, cameras, and phone
cameras, is strictly prohibited in all Wheeling
Park District facility locker rooms, washrooms,
and shower areas.
Please report any violations immediately to
facility management.
VANDALISM
The Wheeling Park District has experienced
a tremendous amount of vandalism. This
vandalism in our community has included
acts of arson, destruction of playground
equipment and landscaping materials, destruction
of bathroom fixtures, stolen materials, and
graffiti, as well as the destruction of the waterfall
feature at Husky Park.
Vandalism affects residents and other guests
when bathrooms are closed, playground
equipment is under repair, and amenities are
not available for use. Vandalism is costly to
repair and results in higher insurance costs.
In order to ensure the safest parks and facilities
possible, we need your help. We ask that when
you see or hear about vandalism or something
that may be unsafe, such as broken playground
equipment, or anything else that you feel may
be hazardous, please call 847-465-3333 or
complete the online Report a Problem form
under the Parks and Facilities tab.
REWARD PROGRAM
Help the Wheeling Park District stop
vandalism in your neighborhood park.
Call us with information about the person
or persons who vandalize any Wheeling Park
District property. This would include the
destruction of any property such as vehicles,
playground equipment, or landscape materials,
the theft of any equipment or materials, any
act of arson, and any act of graffiti.
If your information leads to arrest, case
resolution and/or restitution, you will be
given a reward from $500 to $5000. Your
name will be kept confidential.
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT TIP LINE
847-465-3333
[email protected]
WINTER 2015 / SPRING 2016
55
CHEVY CHASE
COUNTRY CLUB
1000 N. MILWAUKEE AVENUE
125.5
CHILDERLEY PARK
506 MCHENRY ROAD
12.7
DENOYER PARK
440 DENOYER TRAIL
4.5
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AQUATIC CENTER
OUTDOOR POOL
327 W. DUNDEE ROAD
N/A
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COMMUNITY
RECREATION CENTER
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD
N/A
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ARCTIC SPLASH
INDOOR POOL
N/A
FITNESS CENTER
N/A
HOLMES FIELDS
221 S. WOLF ROAD
8.5
HORIZON PARK
385 SCHOENBECK ROAD
10
HUSKY PARK
1100 LEE STREET
5
LAKE COOK PROPERTY
LAKE COOK ROAD
31
LONDON FIELDS
1001 W. DUNDEE ROAD
5.5
1
MARK TWAIN
GYMNASIUM & FIELD
515 E. MERLE LANE
3
2.8
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18 hole golf course, 3 banquet
rooms, dance floor, full food service
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Walking/bike path, Bill Simpson
Memorial Gazebo, stone fireplace
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Concessions, athletic complex with
synthetic turf fields, performance
pavilion, shelter with lake overlook,
creek, 1.3 mile pathway, lake with
natural seating areas
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Zero depth pool, drop slides, water
playground, concessions, toddler slide,
tube & body slides, sand volleyball
2
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2
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Chapel, BBQ grill
Shelter has electricity.
2
4
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GOLF COURSE
BANQUET FACILITIES
BASKETBALL COURTS
NATURE AREAS
SOCCER FIELDS
SOFTBALL/BASEBALL
FIELDS
TENNIS COURTS
VOLLEYBALL COURTS
ICE SKATING
Church, museum, carriage house,
walking/bike path, gazebo,
pickleball courts
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SPECIAL FEATURES
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Fitness Center, indoor aquatic
center, walking track, preschool,
gymnasium
Zero depth pool, lap pool,
play structures, observation deck
Variety of exercise machines
and equipment, free weights
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3
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Walking/bike path, gazebo
13 acre lake
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PLEASANT RUN PARK
590 EQUESTRIAN DRIVE
4
TARKINGTON
GYMNASIUM & FIELD
310 SCOTT STREET
2.5
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VILLAGE PAVILION
SENIOR CENTER
199 FIRST STREET
N/A
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NORTHSIDE PARK
220 GLENDALE STREET
WHEELING PARK DISTRICT
SHELTER
RESTROOMS
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MALIBU PARK
1528 LAGUNA COURT
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HERITAGE PARK
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD
MEADOWBROOK PARK
425 NANCY LANE
56
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PLAY EQUIPMENT
6.3
DRINKING FOUNTAIN
CHAMBER PARK
131 N. WOLF ROAD
PICNIC TABLES
NUMBER OF ACRES
PARK
&
FACILITY
INFORMATION
847-465-3333
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www.wheelingparkdistrict.com
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2
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1
1
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Gazebo
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1
1
Gazebo
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Gazebo
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Pond, gazebo
Senior programming
PARKS MAP
WHETHER YOU ARE LOOKING FOR ACTIVITIES
OR TRANQUILITY, COME AND EXPLORE THE PARKS!
PLEASANT RUN PARK
HUSKY PARK
NORTHSIDE PARK
THE WHEELING
PARK DISTRICT
MANAGES
19 SITES ON
311 ACRES
PARK HOURS
ARE SUNRISE
UNTIL SUNSET
PARK & FACILITY
INFORMATION
847-465-3333
PRESORTED STANDARD
US POSTAGE PAID
WHEELING, IL
PERMIT NO. 51
333 W. DUNDEE ROAD
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WHEELING, IL 60090
ECRWSS
POSTAL CUSTOMER
JANUARY SPECIAL
SUMMER CAMP
PULL-OUT SECTION INSIDE!
SEE INSIDE FRONT COVER FOR DETAILS!
Saturday, April 23 • 8:30 am
NEW! FAMILY 2K HUSTLE
Age: 4 years & older
$10/person
Early Bird Registration
on or before Sunday, March 20
$15/person
Registration after March 20
REGISTER ONLINE AT
This family-friendly 2K walk/run is a great way to kick
off the running season and enjoy the beautiful spring
scenery of Heritage Park. The course is a 1.25-mile
loop on a paved trail around Lake Heritage. The race
concludes at the Performance Pavilion with post race
refreshments, music, and prizes.
wheelingparkdistrict.com
REGISTRATION CODE: 20755

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