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- Middletown Township
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PARKS & RECREATION
PROGRAM GUIDE
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PARKS & RECREATION
WINTER 2016
Table of Contents
Earth Day ............................................................2
Calling All Artists ..................................................2
Fourth of July Parade..........................................3
Art At The Barn ....................................................3
Good for All Photo Contest ..............................3
Adult Programs ................................................4-9
SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 2016
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Join Middletown Township, Newtown Township, Falls Township and other Bucks County
communities to celebrate Earth Day. Enjoy free entertainment and children's activities.
Explore new ideas for saving energy in your home and business, learn how to increase
your recycling and grow your own backyard garden. Find out about outdoor recreation
opportunities in Bucks County such as biking, hiking, kayaking, boating, bird watching
and nature exploration.
Pick up a free tree for your home and lots of other great giveaways.
Green vendors and businesses who are interested in participating can contact
Middletown Parks & Recreation at 215-750-3890.
Teen Programs................................................9-10
Youth Programs ............................................10-11
Discount Ski Tickets & Movie Tickets................11
Summer Recreation Information ....................12
Action Karate ....................................................13
2016 Middletown Senior Bus Trips ....................14
Neshaminy Wildcats..........................................15
Robin Kemmerer Real Estate ..........................16
Middletown Athletic Association ....................17
Waste Management ........................................18
Real Living Ramagli Real Estate ......................19
Langhorne Athletic Association ......................20
Langhorne Neshaminy Soccer ........................21
Hulmeville Soccer Club ....................................22
Hulmeville Soccer Club ....................................23
Middletown Township is seeking artists who would like to show their work in a group
show opening February 20, 2016. The theme of the show is Black & White. Artists
must apply and submit photos of their work by January 20. Download the prospectus
and registration forms at www.middletownbucks.org or call the P&R Department
at 215-750-3890.
Lower Bucks Lacrosse ......................................24
Check the Parks & Recreation page of the Township website for the future shows
or subscribe to the free Art E-news to receive the latest information about the arts
in Middletown via email. Subscribe to the e-news on the home page of the
Township's web site.
Basketball Coordinators Needed....................25
K.E. Seifert, Inc. ..................................................24
Russo Orthodontics............................................25
KBA McHales ......................................................25
Registration Information ..................................26
Parks & Recreation Facilities ............................26
Program Registration Form ..............................27
MIDDLETOWN PARKS
good for you
at the
It is time to start planning for the 4th of July
Parade. There are many ways for you to
get involved.
. Volunteer to work on the Parade
Committee
. Recruit your neighborhood, organization or business to enter a float or
march in the parade. Check out the
"How to Build a Float" directions on
the website.
. Become a Parade Sponsor. In 2015, 35
businesses, organizations and individuals supported the parade as financial
sponsors.
. Sign up your family to march in the
parade. Decorate strollers, bikes or
wagons for the kids, dress up the pets in
patriotic costumes and enjoy the march.
Contact the
Middletown Parade Committee at:
[email protected]
or check the Parks and Recreation
section of the Township's
website for information.
www.middletownbucks.org
LOOK FOR THIS LOGO
It indicates the programs that are taking
place at the Community Park Barn and
being taught by expert artists.
Exciting things are happening this year at
the Barn. Artists who are looking for an
inexpensive place to do their work may
want to check out the Artists at the Barn
Co-Op Studio. For more information about
becoming a member of the co-op, email:
Linda Reboh at
[email protected] or
call 215-396-4311.
Follow us on
TWITTER
@MiddletownTwp
PHOTO CONTEST
Lots of good things are happening out in
the Middletown parks every day. People
are spending time with family and
friends, keeping healthy and fit, discovering the wonders of nature, having fun
and recharging with some peace and
quiet. Photos can be from any season.
We want to share all of the good times
with the whole community.
To enter, submit a digital photo of people
enjoying one of the Middletown parks.
Each individual may submit one photo.
Photos should be 300 DPI. Each entry
must include the application and release
form that can be downloaded from the
Township website. Entries must be submitted by March 1, 2016.
The photographs will be judged based
on the quality of the photo and how
closely it represents Middletown Parks,
Good For You/Good For All.
The winning photos will be the cover
photos for the 2016 program guides. All
other photos that meet the criteria will
be used in displays, marketing materials,
on the Township website and the Parks &
Recreation Facebook page and Twitter.
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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PARKS & RECREATION
ADULT PROGRAMS
Oil Painting for Beginners & Beyond
Local artist, Jean Jordon, teaches the basics
of oil painting. Experiment with new techniques as you complete an 8x10 canvas.
Materials included in fee. If you have your
own materials you could be eligible for a
discount.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Session 3:
Time:
$40; NR $50 per session
Community Park Barn
Sat., Jan. 16
Sat., Feb. 16
Tue., Mar. 22
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Beginner Zentangle
A zentangle pattern is an easy
to learn, fun and relaxing
way to create beautiful and
interesting pieces of art in
black and white with no artistic
talent needed. Topics discussed will include drawing surfaces and
various types of pens and markers that
are best for tangling. Students will complete a greeting card with of their own
creative design. Taught by local artist,
Pat Riffe.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Session 3:
Time:
$25; NR $35 per session
Community Park Barn
Tue., Jan. 19
Tue., Feb. 16
Tue., Mar. 15
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
WINTER 2016
Clayboard Scratch Art
Students will learn techniques to make art
on clayboard. Pens and wire brushes are
used to 'scratch' on clayboard to make
beautiful pieces of art. Project completed
in one session. No painting skills required.
All materials are provided.
Fee: $75; NR $85 per session
Location: Community Park Barn
Session 1: Mon., Jan. 18
Session 2: Mon., Feb. 8
Session 3: Sat., Mar. 12
Time: 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Metal Clay Work
for Beginners
All inclusive metal clay
program taught by Linda
Reboh. Students will learn
the proper methods and
techniques to work with
metal clay to make beautiful jewelry.
Typically a $500 dollar class, this class is a
great deal for those who have interest in
learning the basics of this wonderful
medium.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Time:
Session 2:
Time:
$185: NR $200 per session
Community Park Barn
Thu., Feb. 18 - Mar. 10
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tue., Mar. 1 - Mar. 22
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Beginner
Polymer Clay
Learn how to create
earrings out of polymer
clay with artist Linda
Reboh! Linda will teach you the necessary
methods to use this medium, and then the
class will go on to make beads to use for
the set of earrings.
Fee:
Location:
Dates:
Time:
$85; NR $95
Community Park Barn
Tue., Mar. 15 - Mar. 22
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Meditative Brush Painting
for Beginners
Join artist, Frank Champine for a beginner's reflection on the ancient art form
offering you hours of relaxation and
reflection. This workshop focuses on introducing the participants to the Four
Gentlemen of Chinese and Zen brush
painting. No artistic experience required.
The workshop will help you bring your natural creativity forward and help you recognize the vast amount of spiritual energy
we all have within and exhibit in our daily
lives. All necessary materials provided
within registration fee. Bring a smock to
prevent ink from getting on clothes, and
wear comfortable and relaxed clothing.
Fee:
Location:
Dates:
Time:
$150; NR $160
Community Park Barn
Thu., Jan. 21 - Feb. 18
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Etched Metal Bracelet
Local artist, Linda Reboh, will teach you the
fundamentals of metal jewelry making in
this two-week program. Students will be
taught basic processes and techniques to
create wonderful metal jewelry.
Fee: $85; NR $95
Location: Community Park Barn
Date: Thu., Mar. 17 - Mar. 24
Time: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Zentangle Patterns in Color
We will be creating zentangle patterns in
color using pens and markers. Enjoy a
morning of fun and relaxation while creating a unique design to display at home or
give as a gift.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Session 3:
Time:
Advanced Brush Painting:
The 4 Gentleman and Beyond
Zen Calligraphy:
The Art of Non-Doing
This advanced brush stroke painting
class is for those who have taken Frank
Champine's Meditative Brush Painting for
Beginners course. Students will develop
their brush skills further to create beautiful
paintings suitable for framing.
Students will learn how to open their creative spirit in this weekend art workshop.
Taught by Frank Champine, this class will
bring you into the ancient world of Zen
Calligraphy, a practice that teaches you
to reject perfection and frees one from
saying, " I'm not creative; I have no artistic
talent.” Students will complete 16 abstract
paintings, discuss the meaning of them,
and take away with them their own creation on a beautiful Chinese Silk Scroll. All
materials are included, and you get to
keep them after the class to go on to
practice this art form in your own free
time! Please bring a lunch and refreshments.
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$150; NR $160
Community Park Barn
Thu., Mar. 3 - Apr. 7
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Gelli-Printing
$30; NR $40 per session
Community Park Barn
Sat., Jan. 16
Sat., Feb. 20
Sat., Mar. 12
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Recycled Jewelry Making
Linda Reboh teaches participants ways to
use recycled materials to create jewelry,
using various techniques and materials. All
materials included, but registrants are welcome to bring recycled materials of their
choice.
Fee: $35; NR $40
Location: Community Park Barn
Date: Wed., Feb. 17
Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
www.middletownbucks.org
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$110; NR $130
Community Park Barn
Sat., Mar. 19
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Necklace Making
Local artist Linda Reboh will teach students how to make prints with the GelliPrinting technique. This technique creates
interesting prints such as the ones shown
above!
Fee: $65; NR $70 per session
Location: Community Park Barn
Session 1: Mon. Feb. 15
Session 2: Tue., Apr. 12
Time: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Students will make a necklace made of
eyelash yarn and glass beads. Project will
be completed in one session. A large
selection of beads and charms will be
available.
Fee: $50; NR $55 per session
Location: Community Park Barn
Session 1: Wed., Jan. 20
Session 2: Mon., Feb. 15
Session 3: Mon., Mar. 14
Time: 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM
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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PARKS & RECREATION
WINTER 2016
Gentle Yoga
Chair Yoga
Zumba
An introductory yoga series. Learn safe
stretching, strengthening exercises, proper breathing and meditation techniques
to release stress and tension from your
body. Bring your mat and wear comfy
clothes.
Fee: $60; NR $65 per session
Location: Community Park Barn
Session 1: Thu., Jan. 21 - Feb. 25
Session 2: Thu., Mar. 10 - Apr. 14
Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Recovering from an injury or limited in
mobility? Improve your strength, coordination, flexibility, and breathing capacity.
Feel relaxed and renewed. While sitting or
holding onto a chair for support, you will
practice some of the most common
yoga poses, breathing, and relaxation
techniques. Suitable for all level, ages
18+. Six one-hour classes with Loretta, a
registered yoga teacher.
This high energy dance and aerobic
workout incorporates Latin-inspired moves
to popular music making it a fun and easy
class to follow. This six-week session with
Shaina is fun for beginners and regulars.
Improve motion, posture, and socialize.
Pilates
Strengthen muscles, create balance,
decrease tension and increase flexibility.
Bring your mat, lightweight dumbbells
and resistance band. Suitable for new
and seasoned students of pilates.
Fee: $42; NR $48 per session
Location: Community Park Barn
Session 1: Mon., Jan. 18 - Feb. 22
Session 2: Mon., Mar. 7 - Apr. 11
Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Beginning Yoga
Students of all levels will learn proper
alignment while coordinating your breath
with movement. Modifications are given
to newer students, while challenging
options are offered to seasoned students.
Fee: $60; NR $65 per session
Location: Community Park Barn
Session 1: Tue., Jan. 19 - Feb. 23
Session 2: Tue., Mar. 8 - Apr. 12
Time: 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Time:
$42; NR $48 per session
Community Park Barn
Wed., Jan. 20 - Feb. 24
Wed., Mar. 9 - Apr. 13
5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Restorative Yoga
The use of provided props makes it easier
to maintain balance while you are stimulating and relaxing your body. Restorative
yoga provides healing for the body and
the mind: especially useful when you
need to eliminate the effects of fatigue
and stress on your body. We have partnered with Blossom Yoga Studio to offer
this 4-week specialty. Bring your own mat.
Fee: $52; NR $60 per session
Location: Blossom Yoga
2324 Second Street Pike
Newtown, PA 18940
Session 1: Fri., Feb. 4 - Feb. 25
Session 2: Fri., Mar. 11 - Apr. 1
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Time:
$30; NR $36 per session
Community Center
Tue., Jan. 19 - Feb. 23
Tue., Mar. 8 - Apr. 12
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Qi-Gong Tai Chi
This 8-week meditation in motion will help
you connect the mind and body. The
gentle postures increase blood flow and
strengthen your balance.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Location:
Session 3:
Session 4:
Time:
$41; NR $49 per session
Community Center
Tue., Jan. 19 - Mar. 8
Tue., Mar. 22 - May 10
Community Park Barn
Wed., Jan. 20 - Mar. 9
Wed., Mar. 23 - May 11
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Winter Day Hike
Enjoy some winter hiking. We’ll set off on
paved trails and enjoy winter scenery. Two
90-minute walks through Tyler State Park.
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
Free
1440 Netown-Richboro Road
Sat., Jan. 16 & Feb. 20
10:00 AM
Cardio Strength Interval
Zumba Burst
Sculpt and Burn
Achieve better overall strength, flexibility
and kinesthetic awareness. Bring your
mat and moderate weights, up to 10 lbs.
each. Modifications are made for beginners; seasoned students are challenged.
The all-new Zumba Burst program incorporates calorie-burning cardio burst
moves with the fun and music of regular
zumba. Burst moves feature jumping rope
without the rope and kickboxing moves.
Best enjoyed by students in cardio shape.
This high intensity class is 45 minutes long.
Each class starts with a warm up followed
by a mix of strength training and cardio
moves and finishes with toning, core work
and stretching. This 6-week session is suitable for all fitness levels. Modifications are
made for beginners; seasoned students
are challenged. Bring a mat for comfort
and dumbbells up to 15 lbs.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Time:
$42; NR $48 per session
Community Park Barn
Mon., Jan. 18 - Feb. 22
Mon., Mar. 7 - Apr. 11
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Fab Abs
Improve core strength and flexibility
through a series of dynamic movements
involving the entire body. All fitness levels
are welcome. Bring a mat and an open
mind to class to this 6-week session.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Time:
$42; NR $48 per session
Community Park Barn
Thu., Jan. 21 - Feb. 25
Thu., Mar. 10 - Apr. 14
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Body Sculpting
Complement your high-energy zumba
cardio workout with an additional 30 min.
of weights and ab work. Bring a mat and
your lightweight dumbbells. Sculpting
class is immediately before Zumba.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Time:
$18; NR $24 per session
Community Center
Tue., Jan. 19 - Feb. 23
Tue., Mar. 8 - Apr. 12
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
www.middletownbucks.org
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Time:
$30; NR $36 per session
Community Center
Thu., Jan. 21 - Feb. 25
Thu., Mar. 10 - Apr. 14
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
Friday Lunch Break
Stretch & Tone
A quick and simple lunch-break workout.
This class promotes posture and balance
with gentle stretching and toning in a fun
and supportive atmosphere. All exercises
will be standing; no floor work while wearing casual Friday work clothes with supportive athletic shoes. You will feel motivated to continue healthy lifestyle choices and gently move towards fitness goals.
Five-week sessions.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Time:
$20; NR $25 per session
Community Center
Fri., Jan. 15 - Feb. 12
Fri., Feb. 26 - Mar. 25
12:15 PM - 12:45 PM
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Time:
$36; NR $42 per session
Community Center
Wed., Jan. 20 - Feb. 24
Wed., Mar. 9 - Apr. 13
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Movie Making Crash Course
Have you ever wanted to learn how to
make movies? This 10-week crash course
is just for you. Taught by local film maker,
Christian Grillo, the curriculum will cover
what one would learn in an entire 2
semesters of film school. Techniques for
lighting, staging, and sound will be
explored, and the class will be able to test
their new skills in practical field experiences. A standard digital recording camera is necessary to take this course.
Smartphones do not qualify. All other
equipment will be supplied.
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$300; NR $330
Community Park Barn
Sat., Jan. 23 - Mar. 26
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Environmentally Speaking
SAVING THE ASH TREES
Learn to identify ash trees, understand
the evolution of the emerald ash borer
destruction, recognize EAB damage and
treatment and removal options. Learn
about the other invasive pests and diseases that are affecting local trees, such
as the spotted lantern fly and thousand
canker disease.
Fee: Free
Location: Municipal Center
Date: Mon., Feb. 22
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Crocheting for Beginners
Learn to crochet basic stitches and how to
follow patterns. A hook and skein of yarn
are provided. Two 90-min. classes.
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$35; NR $40
Municipal Center
Wed., Jan. 20 - Jan. 27
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Crocheting
Our instructor provides step-by-step
instructions. Create your own handiwork
in no time or bring in your existing project.
Some crocheting ability is helpful. Bring
your own crochet hook and yarn.
Fee: $75; NR $85 per session
Location: Municipal Center
Session 1: Wed., Feb. 3 - Mar. 9
Session 2: Wed., Mar. 23 - Apr. 27
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
WINTER 2016
Technology for Adults
There is a gap in the market for assisting
people ages 50-65 with new technologies
and social mediums. Our instructor is the
Marketing Director at a Philadelphiabased law firm and, for the past 10 years,
has focused her career on social media,
emerging technologies and web-based
programs. The instructor developed these
sessions based on her experiences teaching co-workers and family members
about iPhones/iPads, social media platforms and Microsoft Office programs. We
are offering workshops to small groups
that facilitate hands-on learning. You will
need to bring your device(s), your desire
to learn, and your questions to each session.
Session 2:
Session 1:
In this 3-part course, you will learn the
basics of Microsoft Office's Word and
Excel. The course will provide an overview
of the programs as well as lessons on how
to utilize each for both at-home and
basic office use. Each student must bring
their own laptop that has both programs
installed. Class limit 8.
iPhone/iPad
Bring your device(s) to this hands-on workshop where you will learn the basics of
operating your iPhone/iPad, navigating
menus and control settings, and learn to
download, manage and access apps.
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$40; NR $45
Municipal Center
Sat., Jan. 23
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Social Media
This course will cover the basics of
LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram &
Pinterest. Bring your laptop to learn the
differences between these social media
platforms; how to set up and use basic
features of each account; and how to
manage privacy settings.
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$40; NR $45
Municipal Center
Sat., Feb. 6
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Session 3:
MS Office Suite
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$40; NR $45
Municipal Center
Sat., Feb. 20
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Duplicate Bridge
Bridge is the world's greatest game of the
mind. Bridge is stimulating and challenging: have fun, meet new people, and
keep your brain sharp. Duplicate bridge is
the most widely used variation of contract bridge. We offer two separate classes. If you have never played bridge
before then register for EasyBridge (1-3
PM). With EasyBridge you will learn the
rules and strategy of duplicate bridge.If
you have played bridge before, then register for Intermediate Bridge (3-5 PM). With
Intermediate Bridge you will cover all
Standard American Yellow Card bidding
(SAYC). Taught by Barbara Patterson, a
certified ACBL Instructor. Each program
consists of six 2-hour classes on Fridays.
Fee: $100; NR $110
Location: 340 E. Maple Ave., Suite 102
Langhorne, PA 19047
Date: Fri., Mar. 11 - Apr. 15
Beginners: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Intermediate: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Home Inspections - What to Know
Learn the basics of Home Inspection: what
items are and are not covered. Suitable
for potential sellers and buyers of real
estate. Presented by Home Inspector,
Shawn Heisse, of High Point Home
Inspections. Register online or call the
Parks and Recreation office.
Fee: Free
Location: Municipal Building
Date: Thu., Mar. 31
Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
www.middletownbucks.org
Improving Finacial Integrity
in Youth Sports Associations
TEEN PROGRAMS
Most youth sports associations are run by
volunteers. We entrust these dedicated
and hard-working individuals with the
athletic development of our children and
the financial management of our associations. In some cases, that financial trust
is abused. In Pennsylvania alone, over $1
million has been embezzled from youth
sports programs over the past few years.
Driver’s Education
This seminar will provide tips and tools for
safeguarding your club's financial assets.
The presentation will be delivered by The
Center for Fraud Prevention, an organization dedicated to reducing embezzlement in youth sports. The presenters, Erik
Carrozza, CPA, and Stephen Labroli, Esq.,
are experts in this field and currently serve
on the executive board of their children's
youth sports association.
Fee: $114
Location 1: Neshaminy High School
Session 1: Mon. & Wed.
Jan. 25 - Mar. 7
Time: 2:20 PM - 4:50 PM
This seminar is suited for board members
and treasurers of volunteer organizations
and for interested parents whose children
play for these clubs. It is presented
through the generosity of the Bucks
County Recreation Council whose members are comprised of the Parks &
Recreation Departments in Bucks County.
Pre-register at: northamptonrec.com.
Fee: Free
Location: Northampton Township
Administration Building
55 Township Road, Richboro
Date: Mon., Jan. 25
Tiem: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Rock Concert
An educated driver is a safer driver. One
session consists of 30 hours of projects and
classroom instruction. Check with your
insurance company for applicable discounted rates. For ages 15-18. Driver's
permit is not required to register. Two
locations.
4:50 Dismissal allows students to get the 5PM bus home.
Location 2: Community Center
Session 1: Tue., Mar. 29 - May 31
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Come join the bands GAINSTRIVE, THE
WAILING KIDS, MENACE OF THE CANVAS
and DIRTY PURPLE at the Barn. It's a great
night to come out and hear some local
Rock/Alternative bands.
For information email:
[email protected]
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$5 at the door
Community Park Barn
Fri., Feb. 26
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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Teen Talent Competition
Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016 . 4:00 PM
Oxford Valley Mall
This talent competition and show provides
an opportunity for young performers to
display their talents. Register by January 20
for the auditions on Saturday, January
23. Email [email protected]
with any questions. Please include
performer's name, age, phone, email,
and talent. Audition winners perform the
following Saturday, January 30 at the
Oxford Valley Mall.
Sponsored by TD Bank
Babysitting
This class teaches everything that you need
to know to be a great babysitter. Start your
own business with these skills. Ages 12-16,
learn: basic first aid; getting professional
medical help fast; identifying common safety hazards; making responsible decisions;
supervising infant to school-age children;
choosing safe age-appropriate toys and
games; performing basic care routines like
diapering, feeding and dressing, preparing
simple meals; handling bedtime issues; and
interviewing for babysitting jobs. This is a 6.5
hour course. Bring a lunch. Offered on
Neshaminy School holiday.
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$70; NR $80
Community Center
Mon., Feb. 15
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
WINTER 2016
YOUTH PROGRAMS
Young Rembrandts
Encourage your child's enthusiasm for art
and develop their skills. Sign them up for a
Saturday morning drawing class. Young
Rembrandts’ skilled teachers will introduce children to color, imagery and core
drawing techniques while they explore
their own creativity. There are two 5-week
sessions. Select the session and the
appropriate class based on your child's
age and interest.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Session 3:
$66; NR $72 per session
Community Center
Jan. 16 - Feb. 13
Feb. 20 - Mar. 19
Apr. 2 - Apr. 30
Classes:
Saturday Early Elementary Drawing
Ages 4 to 6
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Saturday Drawing
Ages 7 to 14 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Saturday Cartooning
Ages 8 to 14 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Flag Football
Activity and variety develop a healthy
lifestyle. Ages 6-11 play in a fun, relaxed
atmosphere on a school holiday. Register
directly at www.ussportsinstitute.com.
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$40
Community Park
Thu., Mar. 24
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Soccer Shots
Soccer Shots is the children's soccer
experience for ages 2-7. We not only
teach soccer skills, but also work on
improving balance, coordination, and
agility with the kids. Winter program is
indoors.
Register directly with Soccer Shots at
www.lowerbucks.ssreg.org or call
Thomas at 267.630.1557.
Fee:
Location:
Date:
Time:
$120
Community Center
Sat., Jan. 16 - Mar. 19
9:30 AM - 10:10 AM Ages 3-4
10:15 AM - 10:45 AM Age 2
10:45 AM - 11:15 AM Ages 2-3
11:15 AM - 12:00 PM Ages 5-7
Star Wars: An Intergalatic
Builders Trek with The Force
Kids will be awakened by The Force and
join in building LEGO technic pieces to
create novel scale versions of ships and
droids, compete in interactive computer
challenges and games using the models!
This is the perfect program for children
who are fans of Star Wars. Children
receive a Techno Treks T-Shirt and a Star
Wars figurine.
Fee:
Location:
Session 1:
Session 2:
Time:
$95; NR $110 per session
Community Park Barn
Sat., Jan. 30
Sat., Feb. 27
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
GAME MAKER SERIES
GAME ON! LEVEL ONE: Game Maker Design
LEVEL UP! Advanced Game Maker Design
This program will teach kids the art of coding and online game
programming. Kids take their love of online games and use their
expertise to create their own digital games using our easy computer programming. Participants will learn how to develop a
game creating objectives, scoring, and levels-then package
the games for sharing with friends and family!
This program is the advanced practice course for Game Maker
Game Design. Participants in this course should have completed
Game On! Level 1 game making before taking this program.
Learn techniques for designing intelligent behaviors and creating lifelike behaviors in characters in order to provide realism,
and computer opponents that continue to challenge players
even after repeated gameplay.
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Time: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Fee: $60 for one program; $110 for both
Location: Community Park Barn
DISCOUNT
SKI TICKETS and REGAL
THEATER TICKETS
Potteryworks Mobile Creative
Art Camp
Your children will learn different techniques
on how to create their own unique
pieces of pottery art. They will be able to
explore their creativity and create anything in their wildest imagination. This
program is a great way for the kids to still
keep their minds active during the school
break. Ages 6 and up.
Fee: $165 for a full week; $175 NR
$30 per day chosen; $35 NR
Location: Community Park Barn
Date: Mar., 21 - Mar. 25
Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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ARE NOWAVAILALBLE!!
Regal Theater Tickets are $9.00 each.
Ski tickets are available for
Pennsylvania Resorts.
A complete list of
available ski tickets
can be found at
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Date: Sat., Feb. 13
Winter Fun Day
It may be the season when we think of
hibernation but it is an exhilarating time to
venture outside for some of the most
memorable outdoor experiences. We will
explore the winter woods and, depending
on the weather, kids can bring their bikes or
sleds. We will have a wintertime scavenger
hunt and make pine cone bird feeders to
take home. This is a free family event.
Fee: Free
Location: Jones Park
200 Beechwood Ave.
Langhorne
Date: Sat., Feb. 6
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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A supervised program of games, arts & crafts,
sports, nature and science activities and special guests.
JUNE 20 - AUGUST 12
REGISTER & PAY IN FULL BY APRIL 1ST AND RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT
SR HALF DAY
SR FULL & EXTENDED
SR MIDDLE SCHOOL
For Children K - 5th Grades
This is an outdoor program. Children must
be at least 5 years old and must be entering Kindergarten in September 2016.
All supplies and field trips are included in
the price. Parents provide transportation
for local trips. Buses are provided for any
trips outside of the local area. Select a
location at the time of registration.
Locations: Core Creek Park
Pavilions 1 & 2
Langhorne or
Community Center
2140 Trenton Road, Levittown
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
For Children K - 5th Grades
This is an outdoor program. Children must
be at least 5 years old and must be entering
Kindergarten in September 2016.
For Children in 6th - 8th Grades
Tweens who are 11 must be entering 6th
grade in September 2016.
FEES
HALF DAYS
All supplies and field trips are included in
the price. Buses are provided for trips. Select
a location at the time of registration.
Locations: Community Park Barn
2600 Langhorne-Yardley Road
Langhorne or
Community Center
2140 Trenton Road, Levittown
Time: Full Day 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Extended Day 8:00 AM - 5:15 PM
FULL DAY
This program offers a balance of outdoor
fun, games, field trips and special guests.
Most days the group has an off-site field
trip such as swimming, bowling, roller skating and mini-golf. Bus transportation is provided. All supplies, program fees and field
trips are included in the fee.
Locations: Community Park Barn
2600 Langhorne-Yardley Road
Langhorne
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
EXTENDED DAY
4 Weeks
$158 *$143
$449 *$405
$658 *$593
6 Weeks
$190 *$171
$612 *$551
$898 *$809
8 Weeks
$227 *$205
$735 *$662
$1,075 *$968
Per Week
$60 *$54
$150 *$130
$225 *$203
*REPRESENTS THE DISCOUNTED PRICE IF PAID IN FULL BY APRIL 1. NON-RESIDENTS ADD $30.00 PER CHILD.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
$816
$975
$1,166
$245
*$735
*$878
*$1,050
*$221
SESSION 1 STARTS JANUARY 11TH
SESION 2 STARTS FEBRUARY 29TH
SESSION 3 STARTS APRIL 11TH
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WINTER 2016
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Proudly supporting the
Middletown Citizen Service Corps
WINTER 2016
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WINTER 2016
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To schedule colelction visit
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Bagster bag of an order. One coupon per person, household, or company per order.
Coupon code must be given at the time of scheduling Bagster bag collection to receive
discount. Coupon not valid where prohibited by law and not valid with other offers.
Collection service not available everywhere; visit www.thebagster.com to find available
service areas.
The Bagster bag is provided by WM Bagco, LLC, a Waste Management company.
Collection services provided by a local operating subsidiary of Waste Management, Inc
or a contracted third party, licensed where required by law. Bagster®, Dumpster in a
Bag®, BUY. FILL. GONE.®, and Take It On® are marks of WM Bagco, LLC. Waste
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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PARKS & RECREATION
WINTER 2016
LANGHORNE ATHELETIC ASSOCIATION
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL REGISTRATION
Langhorne Athletic Association will be open for registration starting January 1, 2016.
Registration will be through our website. www.langhorneaa.org
LANGHORNE OFFERS THE FOLLOWING BASEBALL/SOFTBALL DIVISIONS.
BASEBALL
Co-Ed T-Ball for 4yr olds - FREE
5-6 yr old Division
7-8 yr old Division
9-10 yr old Division
11-12 yr old Division
13-18 yr old Division
SOFTBALL
6U Division
8U Division
10U Division
12U Division
14U Division
Looking forward to another GREAT SEASON!!
The Spring Season will consist of Academy Style and Coach Training for
participants, all games will be schedule to be played on Sunday’s
through the spring season.
All teams will be smaller than usual for more individualized training
and development. Games will be small sided to further impact the ball
skills of each player in game situations.
REGISTRATION DATES: 1/15/2016-0
03/01/2016 . Late registration 3/2/16-3
3/15/16 $25 Fee
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WINTER 2016
HULMEVILLE SOCCER CLUB
WWW.HULMEVILLESOCCER.COM
EMAIL: [email protected]
2016 SPRING REGISTRATION
PLEASE PRINT:
Parent(s)/Guardian(s) Full Name: ____________________________________________________________________ [
] Check if New Contact Information
Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
City: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
State: ____________________________ Zip Code: __________________ Phone: ________________________ E-Mail: ______________________________________
If interested in coaching, please indicate below
Head Coach: _____________________________________________________ Asst. Coach: ____________________________________________________________
1st Child: Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sex: M
F
Date of Birth: _______________________________________
(Circle One): Travel In House
Amount: $ ________________________________________
2nd Child: Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sex: M
F
Date of Birth: _______________________________________
(Circle One): Travel In House
Amount: $ ________________________________________
3rd Child: Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sex: M
F
Date of Birth: _______________________________________
(Circle One): Travel In House
Amount: $ ______________________________________
If registering after February 15th 2016 add Late Fee $35 $ ______________________________________
Total Amount Due: $ ______________________________________
PHOTOCOPY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE FOR FIRST TIME REGISTRANTS IS REQUIRED.
HSC/EPYSA RELEASE STATEMENT
I, the parent/guardian of the registrant, a minor or adult registrant of legal age, agree that the registrant and I will abide by the rules of the Hulmeville Soccer Club (HSC) and the EPYSA,
its affiliated organizations and sponsors. Recognizing the possibility of physical injury associated with Soccer and in consideration for the HSC and EPYSA accepting the registrant for its
Soccer programs and activities, I hereby release, discharge and / or otherwise indemnify the HSC and EPYSA, its affiliated organizations and sponsors, their employees and associated
personnel, including the owners of the fields and facilities utilized for the programs, against any claim by or on behalf of the registrant as a result of the registrant's participation in the programs, and / or being transported to or from the same, which transportation I hereby authorize.
Parent or Guardian Signature: __________________________________________________________________________________________ Date:
__________________________________________________
The sole purpose of distributing this flyer is to provide information to the community. This school district does not endorse, or sanction the events/activities listed in this flyer.
Parents/guardians are urged to thoroughly research any organization providing such information before making a decision to participate.
Registration Fees:
If child played in Fall 2015 for Hulmeville Soccer Club: $55.00 for first child, $45.00 for each additional child.
If child did not play in Fall 2015 for Hulmeville Soccer Club: $80.00 for first child, $70.00 for each additional child.
For each child being added to a travel team roster ONLY: $50.00
Fees are due at the time of registration. Make all checks payable to: Hulmeville Soccer Club. There will be a $30.00 fee for all returned checks.
Register by mail send form and check to: William Fuller, 861 High Pointe Circle, Langhorne, PA 19047
REGISTRATION FORMS ARE DUE BY FEBRUARY 15, 2016. REGISTRATIONS POSTMARKED AFTER FEBRUARY 15TH WILL BE ASSESSED. A NON-REFUNDABLE $35 FEE AND
PROCESSED BASED UPON AVAILABLITY. ALL REFUND REQUESTS MUST BE SUBMITTED VIA EMAIL BY PARENT/GUARDIAN BEFORE MARCH 12, 2016.
The members of the Hulmeville Soccer Club
want to extend a special thank you to all
of our Fall 2015 sponsors.
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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PARKS & RECREATION
WINTER 2016
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Committed to Customer Satisfaction!
SPRING SEASON REGISTRATION
NOW OPEN!
At LBL we emphasize the development of
BOYS & GIRLS lacrosse players , while
providing a positive, rewarding experience
through homework, sportsmanship and
a level of respect for the game,
competitors, volunteers, coaches,
teammates and referees
FOR INFORMATION & REGISTRATION VISIT:
LBLAX.ORG
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Water Heaters . Sump Pumps . Water & Sewer Installations
High Pressure Sewer Jetting . Video Pipe Inspection . Sinks & Faucets
Toilets . Garbage Disposals . Gas Piping
HEATING & A/C SERVICES
Geothermal . Oil Burner Service . Heat Pumps . Air Conditioning
Indoor Air Quality . Sheet Metal Ductwork . Air Purification
Preventive Maintenance . Generator Installation & Service
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with any new COLEMAN SYSTEM
We partner with PCA
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developing better athletes,
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The Parks & Recreation Department is looking to hire two
seasonal basketball coordinators for the summer of 2016. The
youth basketball coordinator runs a six-week league with 250
children. The men's and women's adult basketball league
coordinator requires ability to schedule games, order tee
shirts, and keep game clock. Both coordinator positions
require effective verbal and written communications skills;
interpersonal communications skills in order to effectively
communicate with players, parents, and referees. All games
are held Monday through Thursday nights; very little weekend
work. Contact [email protected] or 215.750.3890
to apply or request a full job description.
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REGISTRATION INFORMATION
• Classes are filled on a first come first serve basis and fill quickly...register early!
• If the desired program is full, ask to be placed on a waiting list. Additional programs
may be opened.
• Pre-registration is required for all programs unless otherwise noted.
• Payment in full must accompany registration form.
• Registration deadline is one week prior to the start of the program, unless otherwise noted.
• Attend the first class as scheduled - no confirmation is mailed to you.
• No news is good news. We will contact you with any changes or cancellations.
• Make checks payable to: Middletown Township
• There will be an $30 charge for returned checks.
WAIVER OF LIABILITY
Middletown Township is not responsible for any injuries sustained as a result of participation in any Township-sponsored activity or while using Township facilities. A signed
waiver is required to participate in all programs.
NOTE TO PARTICIPANTS
Participants must recognize that all classes, programs and trips are planned with your
safety in mind. Every effort is made to insure your safety and to provide you with quality recreational activities. The Recreation Department is committed to providing safe
facilities, equipment and programs, as well as qualified staff. It is assumed that the participant knows the risks involved with the class, program, or trip. Register for all programs
by mail, online or in person at:
Middletown Township • 3 Municipal Way • Langhorne, PA 19047
CLASS CANCELLATION WEATHER POLICY
Middletown Township Parks & Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel any
activity due to lack of enrollment, inclement weather, or causes beyond our control.
PHOTO POLICY
Participants agree to allow Middletown Township to use any photos taken at an activity
for future Township publications.
REFUNDS
Because the decision to hold classes is based on enrollment, refunds for recreation programs
will be processed upon request in accordance with the following policy:
• Full refunds/credits will be issued if Middletown Township cancels a program.
• No refunds will be issued after a program begins.
• All refund requests must be received in writing before the program start date.
• Participants assume the risk of changes in personal affairs or health.
• Refunds will not be issued for trips.
• Please allow 6 to 8 weeks to process refunds.
SPECIAL NEEDS
All program locations are accessible to persons with disabilities, unless otherwise stated.
Persons with disabilities or special needs who would like to participate in or have questions about our program or facilities can call the Recreation Department for information
at 215-750-3890.
WINTER 2016
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES
Middletown Community Park
2600 Langhorne-Yardley Road
Athletic Fields, Basketball, Playground,
Walking Path, Skate Park, Restrooms
L/Cpl H. J. Simmons, Jr. Park
900 Brownsville Road
Baseball/Softball Field, Tennis,
Basketball, Playground
Community Park Barn
In Middletown Community Park
Indoor Rock Climbing, Ropes Course
and Multi-Purpose Room
Detective Christopher C. Jones
200 Beechwood Avenue
Baseball/Softball Field, Playground,
Walking Path, Picnic Tables
Twin Oaks Park
2897 Trenton Road
Athletic Fields, Playground,
Picnic Tables, Benches
Deep Dale East
Deep Dale Drive
Turf Basketball Court
Cobalt Ridge
Cobalt Cross Road
Half-Court Basketball, Playground,
Benches
Forsythia Crossing Park
Forsythia Crossing
Roller Hockey Rink, Playground,
Walking Path, Benches, Picnic
Quincy Hollow
Quincy Drive
Basketball Court
Lion's Park
Trenton Road & Route 413
Playground, Benches
Upper Orchard
Upper Orchard Drive
Half-Court Basketball, Playground,
Swings, Benches
Walking Path, Benches, Picnic Area
Tareyton Estate
Tareyton Drive off N. Flowers Mill Rd.
Playground, Picnic Tables, Benches
Detweiler Park
800 Fox Lane
Firefighters’ Park
Poplar Street off of Hulmeville Road
Tennis, Basektball, Athletic Fields,
Playground, Picnic Tables, Benches
Harris Park
Harris Avenue off of Business Route 1
Open for passive recreation only
Sunflower Park
815 Sunflower Avenue
Playground, Gazebo, Picnic Area, Benches
Periwinkle Park
200 Periwinkle Avenue
Multi-purpose Field
Veterans Park
700 Veterans Highway
Walking Path, Benches, Picnic Area
Middletown Country Club
420 N. Bellevue Avenue
Langhorne Borough
18-Hole Regulation Golf Course,
Swim Club, Restaurant & Banquet Room
Raymond P. Mongillo, Sr.
Community Center
2140 Trenton Road
Playground, Multi Purpose Room,
Classrooms
Delaware Park
Wyoming Avenue off of Durham Road
Open for passive recreation only
PROGRAM REGISTRATION FORM
PLEASE COMPLETE ONE FORM PER PARTICIPANT.
DATE OF BIRTH
CITY
PHONE
ZIP
ALTERNATE PHONE
LAST NAME
ADDRESS
GRADE
MI
SCHOOL
EMAIL
PARTICIPANT’S FIRST NAME
PARENT’S NAME
NO
F
GENDER
YES
M
HEALTH PROBLEMS
PHYSICIAN’S PHONE NUMBER
(CIRCLE ONE)
PHYSICIAN’S NAME
RESIDENT OF MIDDLETOWN
Wk 1 6/20
SIGNATURE
Wk 3 7/4
PROGRAM NAME
Wk 2. 6/27
Wk 4 7/11
Wk 5 7/18
Wk 6 7/25
SESSIONS
DATE
Wk 7 8/1
Wk 8 8/8
FEE
Please check with your doctor before registering in any fitness or exercise program. I, the parent or guardian of the above minor,
or myself, submit that my child/I, is/am able to participate in the activity below and waive Middletown Township, its staff, and
affiliates of any responsibility of injury or illness.
RELEASE OF LIABILITY . ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SIGN THIS FORM.
(CIRCLE ONE)
EMERGENCY CONTACT
1.
2.
3.
ALL 8
RETURN THIS COMPLETED FORM WITH PAYMENT TO:
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP - 3 MUNICIPAL WAY - LANGHORNE PA 19047
Please direct any questions or comments to Middletown Township Parks & Recreation - 215.750.3890
STATE:
EXP. DATE
VISA
3 digit code on back of card
PHONE NUMBER:
ZIP:
V CODE
DISCOVER
Additional forms can be obtained at the Township Building or downloaded from our website at www.middletownbucks.org; click on
Parks and Recreation. Photos may be taken at any or all Middletown Township activities and used for promotion of future events. If you
do not want your child’s/children’s picture published, please notify the Middletown Parks and Recreation Department.
MASTER CARD
CREDIT CARD BILLING INFORMATION
NAME: (As it appears on credit card)
BILLING ADDRESS:
CITY:
TYPE OF CREDIT CARD:
CARD NUMBER :
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP
RECREATION DEPARTMENT
3 Municipal Way
Langhorne, PA 19047
CARRIER ROUTE PRE-SORT
PRSRT STD
US POSTAGE
PAID
Langhorne, PA
Permit No. 53
Postal Customer
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