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3 welcome Value Menu of Opportunities... $ 15 all under l Our value-priced menu offers family fun on a budget, so stay close to home and save! GuILTLESS GrILL (FrEE MENu) Children s Neighborhood Museum Wednesday Evenings pg. 42 Prairie Grass Nature Museum Daily pg. 53 Sledding or Outdoor Ice Skating Daily pg. 6 Santa s Mailbox Now - 12/5 pg. 8 Holiday Festival 12/3 pg. 7 Annual Egg Hunt 3/31 pg. 14 Kids Ice Fishing Clinic 1/28 pg. 20 Holiday Festival s Festival of Lights 12/3 pg. 44 Trim-a-Tree for Wildlife 12/3 pg. 53 Winter Get Caught Fishing Contest Now - 3/1 pg. 54 LIGHT SELECTIONS FOr ADuLTS & FAMILIES Stroller/Walking Club Aug. - May pg. 38 Milk-N-Cookies with Santa pg. 8 Friday Flashlight Egg Hunt 3/30 pg. 14 Snow Play Scavenger Hunt 1/28 pg. 20 The Science of Winter 1/18 pg. 20 Happy New Year in the Neighborhood 12/30 pg. 44 Cupid s Cupcakes 2/14 pg. 44 KIDS MENu Fleet Foxes Various pg. 38 Little Oaks Various pg. 38 One Hit Wonders Various pg. 41 Draw Your Favorite Cartoons Various pg. 21 Green Machines: Wind Power 12/28 pg. 20 Storytime in the Neighborhood Various pg. 44 Stories Come Alive 11/30 pg. 44 SPECIAL SELECTIONS (THEATrE) The Floating Princess 11/11-11/13 pg. 9 The Nutcracker 12/16-12/18 pg. 9 Twinderella/Cinderella Double Bill 1/20-1/22 pg. 9 Seussical Jr. 2/03-2/05 pg. 9 The Magical Land of Oz 1/16 pg. 49 The Tale of Beauty and the Beast 2/20, 3/29 pg. 49 Puss in Boots 3/28 pg. 49 C over On The Fun Facts about Maddilyn (14) and Amanda (11) Desens: They are from Round Lake Heights, IL Maddilyn enjoys dancing, baton, twirling, collecting erasers, reading and listening to music. Amanda enjoys baton twirling and holds the Beginner Midwest Region title for her age group. She also enjoys drawing and listening to music. WHAT S YOUR FAVORITE THING ABOUT THE PARK DISTRICT? Maddilyn: I can see my friends and participate in dance and baton classes Amanda: I have a place to practice baton and dance. The teachers are friendly and helpful. I also participate in theatre when my schedule allows. WHERE DO YOU BOTH SEE YOURSELVES IN 15 YEARS? Maddilyn: I hope to be a teacher, a police officer or a lawyer. Amanda: I want to be an actress, if I can t do that then I would like to be a judge or a nurse. Round Lake Area Park District Close to Home, Close to Fun! Phone: l Fax: l Web: l Facebook: 1

4 welcome u TABLE OF CONTENTS u GENERAL INFORMATION 2 Contents n Welcome n Special Events n Activities Adult Youth & Teen n Athletics Adult Youth & Teen n Challenge Course, Hart s Woods n Child Development Ctr. Before & After School Care...37 Information...34 Kindergarten/K-Club...36 Parent/Tot Preschool, Full & Half-Day...35 Transportation...37 n Children s Neighborhood Museum Classes Happenings...44 Information n Golf Course, Renwood Information & Rates...45 n Performing Arts Dance Music/Voice...48 Theatre n Prairie Grass Nature Museum n Senior Center General Information Activities Day Trips...58 n Special Recreation (SRSNLC) Food, Friends & Fun...60 Information...59 Overnighter...62 Sports and Fitness T.O.D.A.Y Club...59 n En Espanol n In Every Issue Birthday Parties Parks Foundation Legacy Program...96 Parks & Facilities Map/Locations Park & Facility Rentals Ranger Police...91 Info./Waivers/Forms Sponsor Recognition...84 Volunteers...83 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12 Full Access for All ADA The District is committed to meeting your unique, individual leisure needs. Every attempt at reasonable accommodations will be made so that individuals may participate in desired programs. Editorial Information The Round Lake Area Park District makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all materials in this brochure. If you find an error, our registration staff will do their best to provide accurate and up-to-date information. You may call them at Attention Dog Owners We ask that dog owners keep their pets on a leash at all times and scoop and remove pet droppings. We also ask owners to refrain from walking their dogs on athletic fields, children's play areas, jogging and/or bike paths. Thank you for your cooperation. Brochure Delivery The Round Lake Area Park District relies on the postal service for the distribution of our seasonal brochures. Our brochures are mailed out late February, mid-may, late July and late November. We make every effort to deliver to each resident household and assume no responsibility for delivery. Smoking Ordinance As of August 1, 2010, please be mindful of Park District Ordinance 18.06C. Smoking/Tobacco use on any solely owned Park District property or in any facility is prohibited. We thank you for your cooperation. Sponsorship The Round Lake Area Park District provides several opportunities for local businesses to demonstrate their support in the form of Sponsorship. If you are looking for a way to support your community and provide name recognition for your company, then consider a sponsorship. You will receive lots of publicity, recognition and the satisfaction that you have helped your community. To discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact Marlon Rodas at , ext Fun ds for Recreation Scholarship Program The Round Lake Area Park District Board of Commissioners recognizes that not all residents can afford the programs that would benefit them. The Board is proud to offer a reduced fee scholarship program designed to assist residents. Please call or stop by the Desk for further information. The Fun ds for Recreation Scholarship Program is open to Round Lake area residents only. Send a Kid to Camp Scholarship Program The Friends of the Round Lake Area Parks Foundation have a day camp scholarship program available for residents 6-21 years of age. Scholarships will be awarded based on financial need and the availability of camp scholarship funds at that time. Applications are available at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center or Sports Center. For questions, please contact Ross Bertone at ext. 219.

5 REGISTRATION INFORMATION welcome Winter Resident begins as soon as you receive this brochure. Non-Resident begins on Nov Easy Ways to Register Mail (Check or Credit Card Only) Send to: Round Lake Area Park District 814 Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois Proof of Residency is Required. Please see page 85 for more information. Drop-Off Box Robert W. Rolek Community Center 814 Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois Check or Credit Card Only In Person Robert W. Rolek Community Center 814 Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m. Noon -or- Sports Center 2004 Municipal Way, Round Lake Beach, Illinois Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m. Noon Fax (Please call the location to confirm receipt of your fax) Robert W. Rolek Community Center -or- Sports Center (Credit Card Only!) (Credit Card Only!) When registering by fax, it is mutually understood that the facsimile registration document, (including the Waiver and Release of All Claims), shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as the original form. The Park District is not responsible for incomplete transmissions. Please follow up with a telephone call to make sure your fax has been received. Online Sign up today by visiting either the Robert W. Rolek Community Center or the Sports Center to complete an On-line Activation Form with your proof of residency. How long will it take to activate my household user ID account? After you fill out your On-line Activation Form and provide proof of residency, it only takes a few minutes to set-up your account in the computer by the registration staff. You will be provided with your household user ID and a temporary password. (You will have the option to change your password.) When you get home, log onto and you are ready to go. Take a moment to read the on-line registration help desk to get acquainted with the registration process. Who can register on-line? Any individual or family may register for park district programs on-line once they have established their household user ID account; you must establish proof of residency to activate your on-line account. Note: Non-Residents are eligible to register on-line but at a later date and must also come in person to have their online account activated. Which programs are eligible for on-line registration? Any program with this icon in the brochure is available for on-line registration. Please Note: A user fee will be assessed per class when registering on-line. A user fee is a convenience fee for registering on-line. PROOF OF RESIDENCY IS REQUIRED. PLEASE SEE PAGE 85 FOR DETAILS. Phone: l Fax: l Web: l Facebook: 3

6 welcome u PARK DISTRICT NEWS u THE PARK BOARD ear Neighbors, KaBOOM! was the word this fall at the Round Lake Area Park District. Thanks to Discover Marketing Team, the Round Lake Community and hundreds of volunteers we were able to build a 5,000 square foot playground at the Sports Center located at 2004 Municipal Way Round Lake Beach. This playground will serve more than 300 area children throughout the year. Refer to page 84 for a listing of our community partners which helped this playground become a reality. Mission Statement The Mission of the Round Lake Area Park District is to promote healthy lifestyles through recreational programs, facilities and open spaces. Distinguished Agency The Round Lake Area Park District recently became the first ever state accredited agency with the Illinois Joint Distinguished Parks and Recreation Agency Program. This program utilizes a total of 157 standards with 372 evidences of compliances in six sections of agency operation and management. In the past, only 36 of 350 park districts, parks and recreational departments and forest preserves held that distinction. Speaking of thanks, thank you to all of you who supported our Corn Maze at Richardson s Adventure farm. Hope all of you have found yourselves out of the maze by now. Richardson s Adventure Farm and your Round Lake Area Park District received the Best Friend of Illinois Parks Award through the Illinois Association of Park Districts (IAPD). It is always nice when the state recognizes how strong our community support is in making these partnerships possible. Meteorologists predict a cold snowy winter this year. Although I am not an expert, I can predict a few things here at the Round Lake Area Park District. For starters, we have indoor soccer, basketball, volleyball, indoor climbing wall, batting cages and adult leagues to keep everyone active this winter. And of course, it would not be winter if I did not mention our sled hill located off of Hart Road. See page 6 for more information. Whatever it is that you choose to do this winter please be safe and stay active. I encourage you to read our fitness tips on page 23 and take advantage of our Value Menu of Opportunities on page 1 where nothing is over $15. Take care and we will see you soon at our Holiday Fest on December 4th! Bob Newport Executive Director Round Lake Area Park District The Park Board Barbara Daudelin President Jennifer Blum Vice President Paul Hollingsworth Treasurer Tim Pasternak Commissioner Christine Gentes Commissioner Board Meetings - The Park District Board of Commissioners typically meet the second Thursday of each month; occasionally the fourth Thursday as well. Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center, 814 Hart Road, Round Lake. Call us at for a meeting schedule. 4 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

7 Administrative Staff Robert W. Rolek Community Center 814 Hart Road, Round Lake, IL l Phone: l Fax: Bob Newport, CPRP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ext. 216 Carl Hauser ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ext. 221 Ross Bertone, CPRP SUPT. OF RECREATION ext. 219 Jeff Lurquin, CPSI, CPO SUPT. OF PARKS & FACILITIES ext. 244 Sherry Koch PERSONNEL & RISK MANAGER ext. 225 Karen Jackson BUSINESS MANAGER ext. 257 Frank Palmisano, Jr. Certified Challenge Course ASST. SUPT. OF RECREATION/ ext. 419 Manager / Level II Practitioner CHALLENGE COURSE Ane Olivares, CPSI ASST. SUPT. OF PARKS & FACILITIES ext. 420 Dawn Rhoades, CPRP REGISTRAR ext. 217 Joan Ellis, IDC CHILD DEV. CENTER PRESCHOOL MGR. ext. 236 Heidi Wodrich, IDC CHILD DEV. CENTER SCHOOL AGE MGR. ext. 234 Jessica Desens, CPRP RECREATION SUPV. / DANCE COORD. ext. 247 Christi Nicholson, CPRP RECREATION SUPV. / COMM. THEATRE ext. 231 Matt Hartnett, CPO AQUATICS / SENIOR CENTER SUPV. ext. 232 Judy Haddad OUTDOOR EDUCATION & NATURE MUSEUM COORDINATOR ext. 417 Peggy Johnson CHILDREN S MUSEUM COORDINATOR ext. 248 Marlon Rodas MARKETING MANAGER ext. 251 Jill Ganan COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR ext. 218 Lyle Perry BLDG. MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR ext. 245 Aquatics Center and Nature Museum 860 Hart Road, Round Lake, IL l Phone: l Fax: Sports Center 2004 Municipal Way, Round Lake Beach, IL l Phone: l Fax: Scott McClaskey, CPRP ASST. SUPT. OF RECREATION ext. 202 Doug Bundy RECREATION SUPERVISOR ext. 203 Sue Butler ASSISTANT REGISTRAR Jim Lyons BLDG. MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR please call Renwood Golf Course 701 E. Shorewood Road, Round Lake Beach, IL Phone: l Fax: l Bradley Rouse, PGA Class A-1 Golf Pro. Mike Perez, USGTF Master Teaching Pro. Sandy Bemis GCSCC, MAGCS RENWOOD GOLF COURSE GOLF MGR. ASSISTANT GOLF PROFESSIONAL SUPT. OF GOLF COURSE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Ranger Police 2041 N. Orchard Lane, Round Lake Beach, IL l Phone: l Fax: Keith Kalodimos CHIEF, RANGER POLICE Child Development Center Site II 2041 N. Orchard Lane, Round Lake Beach, IL l Phone: Barb VanPaassen HALF DAY PRESCHOOL COORD. / SITE DIRECTOR Teen Center/Youth Center 2071 N. Orchard Lane, Round Lake Beach, IL l Phone: l Fax: Jessica Jeffery SPECIAL RECREATION PROGRAM MGR. Jordan Feldman SPECIAL RECREATION PROGRAM SUPV. welcome Phone: l Fax: l Web: l Facebook: 5

8 special events Winter Fun! Sledding is a Blast at Hart s Hill! If you re new to sledding, our smaller hill is perfect for practice. Once you ve got it mastered, take a thrilling ride on our large sled hill. Parents, Hart s Hill is unsupervised, so please stay with your kids. Weather and ice conditions permitting, Hart s Hill is lighted and open daily from 9:00 am - 9:00 pm. Please review Rules and Safety Conditions, below. Outdoor Ice Rinks The Round Lake Area Park District maintains two outdoor rinks for free public skating and hockey play. Safety Conditions are reviewed on a daily basis and indicated by the flag system, explained below. When open, ice rinks hours are from 9:00 am - 9:00 pm. Rink 1 - Whipple O. Parrot Park The Park District has designated the lake at this park as the only body of water authorized for recreational skating. When weather permits a sufficient thickness of ice to form on the lake, our Park District staff will conduct snow removal and safety inspections. When open, Wipple O. Parrot Park is open from 9:00 am - Dusk. Rink 2 - Hart s Hill When weather permits, Park District staff will construct an ice skating rink east of the Warming House on the sand volleyball courts. Like the sled hill, this rink is lighted. If safety conditions are met, it is open from 9:00 am - 9:00 pm. Rules at the Sled Hill & Ice Rinks: l Recreational use is only allowed when the Park District opens the hill and/or ice rinks. l Adequate snow cover and appropriate weather conditions are needed, as determined by the Park District. See Safety Conditions, below. l Hours are 9:00 am - 9:00 pm, when open. l Ice Rinks and Hart s Hill are unsupervised; use at your own risk. l Parents must supervise their children at sled hill. l Use only devices designed and approved at sled hill. l Toboggans, bike or trike sleds and metal rail sleds are not allowed. l No ramps or snow moguls may be fabricated. l Unsafe acts are prohibited. l No littering, fires or alcohol allowed. l Violators subject to penalty under District Ordinance. Safety Conditions at the Sled Hill and Ice Rinks A FLAG SYSTEM WILL BE USED TO SIGNAL SAFETY CONDITIONS AT THE SLED HILL & ICE RINKS. This determination is made by the Round Lake Area Park District. For your family s safety, please use facilities only when they are open. For current sled hill and ice rink conditions, you may also call BGREEN FLAG = HILL OR RINK IS OPEN RED FLAG = HILL OR RINK IS CLOSED B 6 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

9 Holiday F special events estival Saturday December 3, :00 pm - 5:00 pm Round Lake Area Park District Robert W. Rolek Community Center 814 Hart Road Round Lake, IL Free Fun & Festivities Photos With Santa Little Elves Workshop Trim-a-Tree for Wildlife Sleigh Rides Moonwalks Round Lake Area Park District Community Band Toys-for-Tots Drop off Center Children s Entertainment A Neighborhood Walk in the Lights Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 7

10 special events Milk-N-Cookies With Santa Come join us for this festive event! There will be exciting games and crafts for you to participate in, along with playing in the Neighborhood. Santa will also be available for you to sit on his lap and tell him your gift wishes! Please bring your own cameras if you would like to take advantage of this photo op with Santa! Then, before everyone leaves, Santa will read a wonderful Holiday story and join you for some milk-n-cookies. This event will be approx. 1.5 hours and suited best for children 1-6 yrs old. Space is limited, so purchase your tickets early. Deadline: Dec. 7. Codigo Date Time Fee Dec :00 am - 11:30 am $10/child Santa Claus: Special Delivery Make your child s Christmas holiday even more special with a personal visit from Santa Claus. He will deliver a special stocking stuffed with an assortment of toys and candy to your house. Don t forget to have your camera ready, because Santa can only stay a few minutes before making his next delivery. You will be notified by phone as to the approximate time your delivery will occur. Fees: 1-12 years $25 (Res.); $29 (NRes); $20 (Res. 2nd Child); $20 (NRes. 2nd Child) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Lobby Min/Max: 24/48 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Code Day Date Time Sun. Dec. 11 1:00-4:00 pm Santa's Mailbox Santa loves to get letters from boys and girls who have been good all year long! Those wishing to send a letter to Santa should drop it off at Santa's mailbox located at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center between November 1 and December 5. Make sure all letters include an address so that Santa can respond to the letters by December 24. No postage is necessary because Santa will be picking up all the letters himself and taking them to the North Pole. 8 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

11 special events TheaTre Performances playbill The Round Lake Area Park District Community Theatre Presents: Performance Dates: Nov. 11 & 12 at 7:00 pm and Nov. 12 & 13 at 2:00 pm Location: Park Campus Stage. Tickets will be $5 per person in advance or at the door. Storyline: This fresh and funny fairy tale spoof offers a princess you've never met before. Princess Tulip is cursed by her wicked aunt to be light of heart mind and body sentenced to float through life until she cries her first sorrowful tear. You'll meet lots of new characters in this zany musical tour though fairy tale land as well as old favorites like Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and more. This Production Has A Pay What You Can Matinee: Nov. 12 at 2:00 pm on the Park Campus Stage On special dates only, the standard ticket price does not apply. YOU decide the ticket price and pay what you can. Keep in mind, these shows are not FREE. You must make some sort of donation. No advanced tickets will be sold for these shows. Admittance is first come first serve. The Round Lake Area Park District Community Theatre and Studio of Dance Presents: The Nutcracker Performance Dates: December 16 & 17 at 7:00 pm; December 17 & 18 at 2:00 pm Location: Round Lake High School Theatre. This location may be changed. Tickets will be $8 per person in advance or $9 at the door. This winter the classic story of the enchanted Nutcracker will be told through the magic of dance and theatrical dialog. Tchaikovsky s Nutcracker Suite gives the dancers the opportunity to showcase their talents while telling a beloved holiday story. Choreography by Melissa Gocek and staging by Christi Nicholson. Christmas Carol Radio Drama The Round Lake Area Park District Community Theatre Presents: Performance Dates: Dec. 9 and Dec. 10* at 7:30 pm Charles Dicken s famous Christmas ghost story has been enchanting audiences for generations. We will tell the story in the style of 1940 s radio drama s complete with carolers, flying script pages, and a foley artist creating all the sound effects before your eyes. Location: The Village of Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center. Tickets will be $5 per person at the door. *The Dec. 10 performance is presented by the Civic Center Foundation Annual Wine Tasting Fund Raiser. For more information about this event, please contact Monica Marr at the Civic Center at The Advanced Musical Theatre Workshop Presents: Performance Dates: Feb. 3 & 4 at 7:00 pm and Feb 5 at 2:00 pm Location: Park Campus Stage. Tickets will be $5 per person in advance or at the door. Come See Two Great Shows For One Small Price: Presented By The Studio 13! Young Actors Workshop Performance Dates: Jan. 20 & 21 at 7:00 pm and Jan. 21 & 22* at 2:00 pm * Dates are subject to change. Please call for confirmation. Location: To Be Announced. Tickets will be $5 per person in advance or at the door. Presented By The Studio 13! Musical Theatre Club Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 9

12 special events February 26, 2012 Join the fun and walk/run for a good cause in the Frosty Footrace 5K Run/Walk. All proceeds will benefit future senior fitness programs at the Round Lake Area Park District. The footrace will start and end at the Sports Center, 2004 Municipal Way in Round Lake Beach (directly behind the US Post Office). After the race, participants will be warmed up with a cup of freshly made soup; then an awards presentation once everyone has finished. For more information, please call and ask for Matt Hartnett at ext Code: Race day packets will only be available at the Sports Center on the day of the event. Race Day Schedule: Check in/: 9:00 am; 3.1 Mile Walk/Race: 11:00 am Fees: (Everyone welcome, even strollers) Preregistered: $20 Adults $10 Children 12 & under At Event: $25 Adults $12 Children 12 & under 10 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

13 Round Lake Area Park District special events Entry Form (Code: 12074) February 26, 2012 Mail this completed application with check/money order to: Round Lake Area Park District, 814 Hart Road, Round Lake, IL Please make check payable to: Round Lake Area Park District, Frosty Footrace. Sorry, no refunds, no transfers. This form may be copied. Only one registration per form. Last Name: First Name: Address: City: State/Zip: Home Phone: Work Phone: Birth Date: Sex: Male / Female Age on February 26, 2012: In case of emergency call: Relationship: Phone: o Medical problem: 5K Run/Walk: Preregistered At Event Everyone welcome, even strollers (3.1 Miles) n $20 n $25 Children 12 & under n $10 n $12 Age Divisions: Male/Female 10 & under, 11-14, 15-18, 19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-69, 70 & over. Overall winner both male & female awarded. * Entry Fee Includes: A winter hat, snacks and running/walking for a great cause! Proceeds to benefit senior fitness programs. All participants are invited to have soup on us...a delicious sampler from area restaurants. Please complete this portion if mailed or faxed in. Credit Card, (check one): n Discover n Visa n Master Card Credit Card # Payment Amount $ Expiration Date: Authorized Signature Waiver Read carefully before signing: I know that running and/or walking a road race is a potentially hazardous activity. I should not enter and run or walk unless I am medically able and properly trained. I agree to abide by any decision of a race official relative to my ability to safely complete the course. I assume all risks associated with running and walking in this event, including, but not limited to: falls, contact with other participants, the effects of the weather, including low temperatures and/or wind chill, traffic and conditions of the road. All such risks being known and appreciated by me. Having read this waiver and knowing these facts and in consideration of this entry, I hereby for myself, heirs, executors and administrators waive any and all claims I may have for damages against the Round Lake Area Park District and all sponsors and individuals associated with the event, their representative and successors and assignees for any and all injuries suffered by me in connection with this event, including pre and post race activities. I hereby grant permission to the Round Lake Area Park District and its authorized agents to use my name and photographs, videotapes, motion pictures, recording or any other record of my participation in this event for any purpose. There will be a $15 fee for all returned checks. Sorry, no refunds. Participant s Signature Date If under 18, Parent or Legal Guardian s Signature Date Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 11

14 special events Summer Jobs for Adults, College Students and Teens WANTED Round Lake Area Park District Job Fair Saturday, March 10, 2012 from 1:00-3:30 pm Located at the Sports Center (behind Post Office) 2004 Municipal Way, Round Lake Beach Round Lake Area Park District is recruiting for summer jobs. Great opportunities exist for the right candidate looking to spend the summer in a fun, active environment. If you... l Are energetic and enthusiastic l Like to work with children l Are dependable l Can be flexible...we WANT YOU On-site interviews will be conducted and candidates will be notified by phone. Positions available include: l Day Camp Counselors l Specialty/Sport Camp Counselors l Camp Directors l Lifeguards l Pool Admissions l Special Recreation Counselors l Teen Camp Counselors Things to Bring: l Identification l Resume (if applicable) l Completed application (available at registration desk at Robert W. Rolek Community Center or at Sports Center on day of Fair) l Past employer names and addresses l List of three references Inquiries to : Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

15 special events LOOKING TO GET RID OF THOSE OLD TREASURES THAT HAVE BEEN STORED AWAY? THEN COME TO THE INDOOR GARAGE SALE AT THE SPORTS CENTER. THE EVENT WILL BE HELD ON THE SPORTS CENTER MULTIPURPOSE COURT. 10 x 10 space, $30 per space Tables available, $8 per table/space (limit 2) Maximum 3 chairs at no charge l All participants are advised to bring their own push cart; the facility has very few available. l The park district is not responsible for making change. You must bring your own cash box. l Proper supervision of garage sale items is your responsibility. The Round Lake Area Park District is not responsible for lost or stolen property. l Electricity is not provided. l Booth space will be on the basketball court or in the multipurpose rooms. l All participants must set-up for the sale between 7:00-8:45 am. l All spaces must be completely set-up by 8:45 am; participants must stay from set-up time until 2:00 pm. l Vehicles, combustibles and helium balloons are not allowed in the building. Sunday, April 29, :00 am - 2:00 pm Code: PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Round Lake Area Park District Indoor Garage Sale Rules and Regulations l Please be courteous to other vendors: no excessive noise, no loud music, no profane language. All children must be supervised. l Pets, alcohol and guns are not allowed in the building or on park district property. l All items must be kept within a 10 x 10 space. l Space locations are never guaranteed l The management of the Round Lake Area Park District reserves the right to eject violators from event. l Emergency exits and doorways must remain clear at all times. l All items that do not sell must be taken with you at the end of the day. l There will not be a garbage available for unsold items. l Please do not hang, tape, nail, staple or glue anything to the walls or doors. l For any large items you plan on selling (freezers, refrigerators, sofas, chairs, tables, etc.), please bring a picture and display it at your table and leave the item at home. l Participants are responsible for all sales. You may discount and barter. l Food and drinks may not be sold, but you may eat or drink at your booths during the sale. l You must stay within your given space. l The Sports Center is a smoke-free facility. l Refunds will not be issued. l If you have any questions, please call the Round Lake Area Park District at indoor garage SAle APPliCAtion # of Spaces $30 each # Tables Needed, (8 ft. $8 each, (limit 2 per space) # Chairs Needed (limit 3) Name, (please print): Address: City, State, Zip Code: Phone: I accept the Rules and Regulations of the Round Lake Area Park District. Signature: Date: Please complete this portion if mailed or faxed in. Credit Card, (check one): n Discover n Visa n Master Card Credit Card # Payment Amount $ Expiration Date: Authorized Signature Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 13

16 special events Make a Date with Your Special Boy or Girl Daddy Daughter Date Night Rapunzel s Totally Tangled Ball It s a new year and we have a new theme for this magical event. Dads and other princes, adorn your favorite little princess in her most beautiful gown, and escort her to this magical night of music, dancing, and fairytale dreams come true. Elegant refreshments, crafts, performances by The Princess Cabaret and other surprises await you when you travel to our enchanted kingdom and dance the night away alongside Princess Rapunzel and her Prince. Mother Son Night 2012 Super Hero Spectacular It s a new year and we have a new theme for this awesome event. Calling all Superheros, grab your mom and join us for night of crime fighting fun. You ll have a great time teaming up with your mom for activities like designing your own cape, concocting your own awesome ice cream sundaes, making sure villians are brought to justice and more. Then you ll top off the evening with a performance by known super hero, The Rope Warrior. Fees: $35 (Res./Couple); $39 (NRes./Couple); $19 (Addl. Child); $19 (Addl. Adult) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: E. Multipurpose Rm. PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Min/ Code Age Day Date Time Max Deadline Daddy Daughter Date Night Sat. Feb. 18 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 50/140 Feb. 13 Mother Son Night Sat. Mar. 10 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 30/75 Mar. 5 Spring Events at the Park District Friday Flashlight Egg Hunt Calling all 9 to 12 year olds. Bring your flashlights and running shoes because we are searching Hart s Woods for hidden eggs and treasures. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served outside after the big hunt years Fees: $5 (Res./NRes.) Location: Hart s Woods Park Room: Hart s Woods Park Min/Max: 5/100 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Fri. March 30 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Annual Egg Hunt Mr. Bunny will visit us once again at our annual egg hunt. There will be lots of treats spread out at Hart's Hill for our egg hunters. Please bring your own bag or basket and come early because the eggs get scooped up fast! Fees: Location: PD Contact: 3-8 years Free Event Hart s Hill Park Doug Bundy Day Date Time Sat. March 31 11:00 am SHARP! Mr. Bunny: Special Delivery Make your child s Easter even more special with a personal visit from the Easter Bunny. He will delivery a special basket with an assortment of toys and candy to your house. Don t forget to have your camera ready, because the bunny can only stay a few minutes before making his next delivery. You will be notified by phone as to the approximate time you delivery will occur years Fees: $25 (1st Child/Res.); $29 (1st Child, NRes.) $20 (2nd Child, Res./NRes.); Min/Max: 12/24 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Code Day Date Time Sun. April 1 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm 14 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

17 activities 10 Top Ways to Save Money this Winter by Sherry Ridge, U.S. Department of Justice Certified Debt Educator Budgeting 101: Money Management Strategies You will learn techniques which help you achieve a combination of debt elimination and personal household budgeting. Students will bring home a copy of the Practical Budgeting Guidebook (which includes a personalized debt summary). You will leave that class knowing/having a budget, debt elimination plan and realistic approaches to living through economic downturn. This class will give you the tools needed to controlling your debt, focuses on money management in the home and generating additional income, as well as sound advice on how you can cut costs in many areas of your life will be topics of discussion. Fees: Location: Stained Glass Suncatchers Stained glass is a beautiful craft and it is surprisingly easy to do. Using the methods of Louis Comfort Tiffany you ll cut out your pieces, grind them, foil them, and solder them together to create a beautiful one of a kind suncatcher. All materials are supplied and included in the fee. No class on Nov. 24. Fees: Location: 18 years & up $45 (Individual); $50 (Per Couple) Sports Center 16 years & up See below Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Room C Instructor: Sherry Ridge Min/Max: 5/12 PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Code Day Date Time Deadline Mon. January 16 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm One week prior Room: Room 116 Min/Max: 5/8 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Register By: One week prior 1. Make a list of those you will be giving holiday gifts. 2. Set a dollar amount to be spent. Most people set it by family members, children, siblings, nieces/nephews and such. 3. Have all family members participate in a grab bag. 4. Have one family holiday celebration and have everyone bring a dish, soda, etc. 5. Send out E-cards over paper cards. Many can be personalized and no stamp is required. 6. Popular gifts at our house last year at little to no cost include: crochet hats, scarves and blankets, CD's with favorite tunes, favorite dessert to serve with one to freeze. 7. Give the gift of service such as babysitting for a friend or relative, shoveling snow for the season, chauffering kids or parents to appointments or activities, etc. 8. This is a good time of year to make sure you are on a budget plan for gas and electric. 9. Start saving now for next year. Pick up a $20 or more gift card at the store where you do most of your Christmas shopping. Next year, you could have $200 plus to spend or just give the cards as gifts. 10. Give a magazine subscription the gift that keeps on giving all year long and 30% and more off the store shelf price. Fee Code Day Date Time Res./NRes Thurs. Nov Dec. 8 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm $55/$ Mon. Jan Feb. 6 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm $55/$ Wed. Mar. 7 - Mar. 21 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm $55/$60 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 15

18 activities ADULT Puppy Kindergarten This class is eight weeks of puppy fun! The majority of this course is taught off-leash and includes socialization with people and other dogs, confidence building, bite inhibition (gentle jaws), attention, calming and handling, and household manners. Come without your puppy for the first week so we can get in some vital (and fun) human training! includes an E-textbook, handouts, homework and a certification of completion. Each class will be minutes in duration. Requirements: Open to puppies weeks old at the start date. Pups must have 2 DHLPP vaccinations, one of which must have been administered after 8 weeks of age but at least 7 days prior to the first class. Please bring veterinary records documenting immunizations to the first class. No class October 31. Fees: Location: 18 years & up $125 (Res.); $140 (NRes.) Sports Center Room: Room C Min/Max: 5/12 PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Code Day Date Time Deadline Mon. Jan Mar. 19 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm One week prior Pet Dog Manners This is a great class for dogs that have never taken a class or they are needing to brush-up on rusty obedience skills. We teach you and the family dog the basic skills needed for a mannerly pet and how to apply those skills to your day-to-day routine. Exercises covered include: attention, sit, down, stand, back, come when called, loose-leash walking, stay, various hand signals, polite greetings and more. Classes are taught on-leash at all times, utilizing praise, treats and encouragement. Come without your dog on the first week so we can get in some vital (and fun) human training! includes: handouts, homework, and a certification of completion.the duration of the class will be minutes. Requirements: Open to all dogs over four months of age who are people friendly and dog friendly with proof of current rabies vaccination. Please bring veterinary records documenting immunizations to the first class. Fees: Location: 18 years & up $125 (Res.); $140 (NRes.) Sports Center Room: Room C Min/Max: 5/10 PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Code Day Date Time Deadline Mon. Jan Mar. 19 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm One week prior Adult Machine Sewing It's never too late to learn a useful skill. This beginning sewing class will teach you the basic skills needed to use a sewing machine and complete beautiful and useful projects. All materials and machines will be provided. Session 1: Seasonal Table Runner; Session 2: Drawstring Bag. 18 years & up Fees: $35 (Res.); $39 (NRes.) Min/Max: 5/8 Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Register By: One week prior Code Day Date Time Room Tues. Jan Feb. 7 7:30-8:30 pm Senior Ctr Thurs. Feb Mar. 15 7:30-8:30 pm Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

19 ADULT activities Games, Activities & More! Attention all teachers, scout leaders, coaches and anyone else who works with children! Here is your chance to learn new activities, games and processing tips to help you work with your class, troop or team. This workshop will focus on easy and affordable activities that you will be able to lead your group through, including games, problem solving activities, conversation starters, group agreements, and activities that will help your group begin to work together better. Fees: Location: 21 years & up $15 (Res./NRes.) Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Room: Dance Studio 1 Min/Max: 8/20 PD Contact: Frank Palmisano, Jr. Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. January 21 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm January 13 Belly Dance Explore the fastest growing sensation in the world of dance while improving your fitness level, gaining confidence and having more fun than you ever thought possible. Women of all ages, shapes and sizes are welcome into this non-competitive atmosphere to energize themselves through exotic melody and rhythm. Each eight week session will learn a completely new dance using finger cymbals, veils, canes and other props. If you ve ever thought about belly dance, don t miss this opportunity. No previous dance experience necessary. Suggested attire: Form fitting stretch pants and tee shirt, one-piece leotard or unitard, (no baggy clothes). Please bring a scarf big enough to tie around hips. No Class: March 30. Fees: Location: 16 years & up $70 (Res.); $85 (NRes.) Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Dance Studio PD Contact: Jessica Desens Code Day Date Time Min/Max BEGINNERS CLASS Fri. Jan Mar. 9 6:00-7:00 pm 7/ Fri. Mar May 11 6:00-7:00 pm 7/14 CONTINUING/INTERMEDIATE CLASS Fri. Jan Mar. 9 7:00-8:00 pm 10/ Fri. Mar May 11 7:00-8:00 pm 10/20 ADVANCED CLASS Fri. Jan Mar. 9 8:00-9:00 pm 10/ Fri. Mar May 11 8:00-9:00 pm 10/20 Medic First Aid/CPR/AED Learn how to respond to emergencies with adults, infants and children. You will also learn first aid, sudden illnesses, bleeding, CPR and AED. Upon completion of course you will be issued certification for two years. Fees: 18 years & up $45 (Res.); $50 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Min/Max: 6/12 PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Register Code Days Date Time By Sat. Dec. 10 9:00 am - 3:00 pm One week prior Tues./Wed. Jan :00 pm - 8:00 pm One week prior Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 17

20 activities YOUTH & TEEN Studio 13! Winter Break Camp Presents Disney Spectacular Staying home for Winter Break this year? Why not join the Round Lake Area Park District Community Theatre for Disney Spectacular, a show case featuring material from various Disney movies and Broadway Shows like The Little Mermaid, High School Musical, Aladdin and more. You'll learn choreography, vocal techniques, acting skills and more all leading up to our final performance showcase for friends and family. Children must bring a lunch with a beverage with them to camp each day years Location: Park School Room: Park School Gym Fees (Res./NRes.) Before After Code Days Date Time Nov. 14 Nov M - F Dec :00 am - 4:00 pm $225/$235 $250/$260 Studio 13! Spring Break Camp Presents The Magic of Oz: Selections from Wicked and The Wizard or Oz Staying home for Spring Break this year? Join the Round Lake Area Park District Community Theatre where we ll be featuring The Magic of Oz: Selections from Wicked and The Wizard of Oz. We ll have blast learning songs and dances all week. Then at the end, we ll perform everything for our family and friends. We ll learn choreography, vocal techniques, acting skills and more. Plus each day we will work on the technical aspects of our performance by building our set, costumes, and props. Please bring a lunch and beverage to camp each day years Location: Park School Room: Park School Gym Min/Max: 15/30 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Extended Camp Care Options. Priced at 5 days a week for the full duration of camp (Dec ). Drop off & Pick up at the Park School Gym. Before Camp Care After Camp Care 6:30-9:00 am 4:00-6:00 pm Code: Code: Fee: $55/$60 Fee: $45/$50 Min/Max: 15/30 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Fees (Res./NRes.) Before After Code Days Date Time Feb. 27 Feb M - F Mar :00 am - 4:00 pm $125/$135 $135/$145 Extended Camp Care Options. Priced at 5 days a week for the full duration of camp (Mar ). Drop off & Pick up at the Park School Gym. Before Camp Care After Camp Care 6:30-9:00 am 4:00-6:00 pm Code: Code: Fee: $40/$43 Fee: $36/$39 Studio 13! After School Club Theatre Magical Land of Oz Learn the process of putting on a show in this fun workshop style class. Participants will learn basic singing dancing and acting skills while preparing for a fully staged production of The Magical Land of Oz. No experience or auditions necessary! Every participant will receive a roll appropriate for their age and performance level. Fee includes theatre instructors, rehearsal materials, a show t-shirt and two tickets to the show. Additional Rehearsal Dates: March 21 4:30-6:00 p.m. Performance Dates: March 22 at 7:00 p.m. & March 23 at 2:00p.m. Robert W. Rolek Community Center Grades: 3-6 Grade Fees: $85 (Res.); $90 (NRes.) $60 (After School Club Participants) Min/Max: 15/30 Code Day Date Time Deadline Mon./Tues. Jan Mar. 20 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm One week prior Magic Class Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn fascinating tricks from a professional magician! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind reading and more. All materials provided. Each child receives a magic kit to take home! Sign up for this class again and again, new tricks are taught each session! Grade: Fees: Location: Code Day Date Time Deadline Fri. Feb. 3 6:45 pm - 7:40 pm One week prior Little Masters at Lego Engineering Working with LEGO(r) Education Kits, under guidance, they make working models of simple machines to learn some of the basic concepts of engineering and science. Hands-on activity develops understanding of how things work, develops the aptitude for engineering and promotes learning in science. The program stimulates their creativity and provides a supportive environment for its exploration while promoting social skills. Fees: Location: 5-13 years $19 (Res.); $23 (NRes.) Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. 5-7 years $116 (Res.); $126 (NRes.) Sports Center Location: Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Room: Viewing Room PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Room: Room 115 Min/Max: 5/40 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Room: Room A Min/Max: 6/12 PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. Feb. 4 - Mar :00 am - 11:45 am One week prior 18 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

21 Help us spread the word Facebook.com/rlapd YOUTH & TEEN activities Glitzy Girlz Glitzy Girlz - Pajama Spa Night Come hang with Glitzy Girlz and have a night of pampering and fun! Come to class dressed in your favorite pajamas. We will be soaking up relaxation with facials, pedicures and manicures. Our avocado/ banana masks will moisturize while we design a crystal charm bracelet. Our feet will tingle with our pedicure process and hands will look freshly manicured. Our awesome nail/toe polish application is complete with nail designs and rhinestones. Each girl will get a take home spa bag filled goodies like scented lotion, foot/nail brushes, jewelry and more! Min/Max: 7/30. Glitzy Girlz - Funky Peace Glam Jam Come join Glitzy Girlz for a funky peace themed class. Our staff will be doing Funky hair updos with neon braids and colored hair spray. A cool make-up application and nail designs accompanied with a cool retro hand glove finish the look. Each girl decorates a craft complete with retro stamps, paints and funky embellishments. Our jewelry piece is a funky chunky bracelet with peace dangles. Off go the lights and we fill the room with neon lighting and dance to great tunes with Freeze Dance, Limbo and more. A surprise peace offering for each girl is provided with class. Min/Max: 7/9. Glitzy Girlz - Pink Party in Paris Come join Glitzy Girlz on a trip to Paris! We will be doing hair updos with feathers, make-up application and nails all with the fab color PINK. Our craft is a adorable glam bag with personalization, paints, jewels/embellishments and a hot pink fur border. Each girl makes a beautiful necklace with faceted diamond crystals, pink/black beads and a poodle charm. We will make a sweet pastry treat like in a Paris bakery and top the evening off with a Couture Fashion Show. (Arrive 10 minutes before class time ends with your camera) Min/Max: 7/30. Glitzy Girlz - Mother/Daughter: An Evening with Mom Come join Glitzy Girlz for a special evening with mom full of glam and glitz. This is a workshop class with stations: Glam (hair, make-up, nails) Crafts ( personalization, stamps, paints & embellishments) Jewelry (beautiful crystals, silver beads, pattern beads and charms) and Pastry Decorating. Each couple will work as a team to do all the stations together and make memories. Our class ends with a red carpet fashion show of couples.min/max: 7/50. (Bring your camera and Glitzy Girlz Staff with take photos) See chart below Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: East Multipurpose Room PD Contact: Jessica Desens Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes. Pajama Spa Night yrs. Fri. 2/17 6:30-8:00 pm $36/$37 Funky Peace Glam Jam yrs. Fri. 3/16 6:30-7:45 pm $36/$37 Pink Party in Paris yrs. Fri. 4/13 6:30-7:45 pm $36/$37 Fees/Couple Addl. Child Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes. Res./NRes. Mother/Daughter: An Evening with Mom yrs. Thurs. 5/3 6:30-7:45 pm $36/$37 $31/$38 Young Rembrandts Preschool Drawing Preschoolers are eager to learn and a joy to teach. Each week we draw something young artists are interested in: fish, teddy bears, rainbows, cowboys, etc. We ll concentrate on the techniques of drawing and coloring but also work on fine motor skills, focus, listening, staying on task, spatial organization and patience. All materials are supplied. Elementary Age Drawing Young Rembrandt s innovative, step-bystep method can teach any child to draw, regardless of artistic ability. New subject matter will be explored each week, such as: animals, landscapes, still lifes, even art history. Classes feature a positive nurturing environment resulting in increased skill and self-confidence. All materials are supplied. Cartoon Drawing This delightful program combines Young Rembrandts innovative, step-by-step drawing method with light-hearted subjects that engage children, develop their senses of humor, and exercise imagination. Emphasis will be on creating silly characters, cartoon expressions, and drawing sequences to tell jokes. All materials are supplied. No class March 29. See chart below Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Room 115 or 116 Min/Max: 6/10 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Register By: One week prior Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes. Preschool Drawing m-5 yrs. Thurs. 1/19-2/16 4:00-4:45 pm $60/$ m-5 yrs. Thurs. 3/08-4/12 4:00-4:45 pm $60/$65 Elementary Age Drawing yrs. Thurs. 1/19-2/16 5:00-5:45 pm $60/$ yrs. Thurs. 3/08-4/12 5:00-5:45 pm $60/$65 Cartoon Drawing yrs. Thurs. 1/19-2/16 6:00-7:00 pm $60/$ yrs. Thurs. 3/08-4/12 6:00-7:00 pm $60/$65 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 19

22 activities YOUTH & TEEN Kids Ice Fishing Clinic Join the Round Lake Management Commission and the Round Lake Area Park District for an Ice Fishing Clinic for kids and families. We will focus on all of the necessary safety, fishing equipment and techniques to help you and your child begin to enjoy the sport of ice fishing. Dress for the outdoors. You must pre-register for this event. Fees: Location: 5-16 years FREE Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Min/Max: 5/25 PD Contact: Frank Palmisano, Jr. Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. January 28 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Jan. 20 Snow Play Scavenger Hunt Have an adventure outside with your family! Get on your snow gear and join us for a romp through the wild while we discover nature s secrets. Limit 2 children per adult. Fees: 1 year & up $4/child (Res./NRes.); No fee for adults Location: Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Room: Nature Museum Min/Max: 7/15 PD Contact: Judy Haddad Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. January 28 10:00 am - 11:00 am Jan. 16 The Science of Winter Explore changes to the environment and its inhabitants during the cold days of winter. We will use science experiments to unlock winter s secrets. Limit: 2 children per adult please. 4 years & up with adult Location: Aquatics Center & Fees: $8/child (Res.); Nature Museum $10/child (NRes.); Room: Nature Museum No fee for adults PD Contact: Judy Haddad Min/Max: 7/18 Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. January 18 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm Jan. 9 Green Machines: Wind Power Learn all about the positive forces of wind and how to harness its power by building some machines and testing them. Fees: Location: Room: 9-12 years $12 (Res.); $14 (NRes.) Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Dance Viewing Room Min/Max: 8/15 PD Contact: Judy Haddad Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Dec :00 am - 12:00 pm Dec Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

23 Help us spread the word Facebook.com/rlapd YOUTH & TEEN activities Draw Your Favorite Cartoons Learn to draw your favorite cartoon characters in these fun one hour classes. Each session will feature a character that the instructor will help you bring to life line by line! New subjects each season. Fees: Location: 5-14 years $8 (Res.); $10 (NRes.) Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Room 116 Min/Max: 5/10 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Code Day Date Time Deadline Fri. Nov. 18 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm One week prior Sat. Dec :00 am - 11:00 am One week prior Fri. Jan. 27 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm One week prior Sat. Feb :00 am - 11:00 am One week prior Fun Robotics Programming is best learned through fun and frolic. The children will work with a friendly robot to learn the concepts of programming in LOGO language. The participants progress through the developmental stages of learning by exploration and take on challenging activities while working in teams. They will program the robot to perform a variety of tasks including drawing geometrical figures and play music. All equipment is provided. Fees: Location: 6-8 years $116 (Res.); $126 (NRes.) Sports Center Room: Room A Min/Max: 6/12 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. Feb. 4 - Mar :30 pm - 1:15 pm One week prior Mother/Daughter Machine Sewing Learn a useful skill and spend some quality time with your daughter. Not only will you learn how to use a sewing machine, but you ll each make a useful project. Sewing machines and all materials will be provided. Grade: Fees: 3 and above $75 (Res./Per Couple); $79 (NRes./Per Couple) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Senior Center Min/Max: 3/5 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Code Day Date Time Deadline Tues. Jan Feb. 14 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm One week prior Thurs. Feb Mar. 22 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm One week prior Digital Movie with Animation The participants will choose themes for their movies and develop the plot. They will set up their studios with LEGO pieces and props, create an animated movie, edit, add title, credits, special effects etc. and burn it to a CD to take home. They work in small teams with technical equipment. Working cooperatively, they also hone their social skills and appreciate the value of team. Children are encouraged to bring LEGO toys and other props that they would need to complete their movie. Fees: Location: 8-12 years $116 (Res.); $126 (NRes.) Sports Center Room: Room A Min/Max: 6/12 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. Feb. 4 - Mar. 24 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm Jan. 28 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 21

24 activities YOUTH & TEEN Safe Sitter Come join us and learn the basics involved in babysitting. The Safe Sitter s Training Course provides individuals, ages 11-16, with the information and skills necessary to provide safe and responsible care for children in the absence of parents or adult guardians. This training will help participants develop skills in five critical areas: Leadership, Safety and Safe Play, Basic Care, First Aid and Professionalism. Please bring a pen or pencil to class and your folder will be provided. Fees: Location: years $40 (Res.); $45 (NRes.) Sports Center Room: Room C Instructor: Carol Santee Min/Max: 6/8 PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Code Days Date Time Deadline Tues./Thurs. Nov Dec. 8 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm One week prior Mon/Thurs. Jan. 9 - Jan. 19 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm One week prior Mon./Wed. Jan Feb. 1 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm One week prior Skin Care and Make Up Check out the new colors for Winter! Join us and learn how to properly care for your skin and apply make up using age appropriate colors and blending techniques. In the first class we will focus on proper skin care to keep your skin healthy. The second class will experiment with make up, various color choices coordinating for that fresh new Winter look! Fees: Location: years $20 (Res.); $25 (NRes.) Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Room 115 Min/Max: 5/10 PD Contact: Jessica Desens Code Day Date Time Deadline Tues. Dec. 6 - Dec. 13 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm One week prior Thurs. Jan Jan. 26 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm One week prior Thurs. Feb Feb. 23 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm One week prior Thurs. Mar. 8 - Mar. 15 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm One week prior All-New Teen Trips at the Park District! Lunch and Shopping at Westfield Hawthorn Mall This is your opportunity to start or finish your Holiday shopping. Your registration fee includes your transportation. Please bring money for lunch and any items you are going to purchase. Chicago Wolves Game The price includes admission and transportation. Skiing at Wilmot Mountain Hit the slopes at Wilmot Mountain! Please note: If you are going to be renting equipment from Wilmot Mountain, you MUST BRING an additional $10 for skis and $20 for a snowboard. This will be returned to you when the equipment is turned back in. The fee includes transportation and lift ticket. Grades: Fees: Location: 6-9th Grade See Below Meet at Sports Center Min/Max: 13/26 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Fees Code Destination Day Date Time Res./NRes Westfield Hawthorn Mall Sun. Dec. 4 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm $16/$ Chicago Wolves Game Sat. Jan. 14 5:15 pm - 11:00 pm $30/$ Wilmot Mountain (Lift Ticket Only) Mon. Feb. 20 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $55 Wilmot Mountain (Lift Ticket w/ Equip. Rental) Mon. Feb. 20 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $75 22 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

25 10 Top Tips for Staying Fit this Winter 1. Build a snowman. 2. Get a group together to go sledding or ice skating at Hart's Hill. 3. Hike the Round Lake Area Park District trails and look for animal tracks in the snow. 4. Visit the Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center to play indoor sports. 5. Get your holiday tree from Richardson's Adventure Farm. athletics 6. Park further away from stores to increase daily exercise. 7. Reach for an apple instead of a candy cane. 8. Join an adult league at the Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center. 9. Head out on a photo expedition to take pictures of the winter landscape. 10. Sign up for the Round Lake Area Park District's Weight Loss Challenge. Adult Basketball Adult basketball leagues are now offered at Park School. Teams may include up to 15 participants on their roster. This league consists of an 8-game regular season and 2 weeks of playoffs. A minimum of $100 deposit is required at the time of registration. The remaining balance is due no later than the captains meeting. 18 years & up Fees: $525 (Per Team) Location: Park School Room: Park School Gym Min/Max: 4/8 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Register By: One week prior Adult Floor Hockey League Season will consist of a 10-week regular season and 2 weeks of playoffs. All teams must have a signed team roster form on file prior to the season start date. Games will be held at Indian Hill School. 18 years & up Fees: $400 (Per Team) Location: Indian Hill School Room: Indian Hill Gym Min/Max: 4/8 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Register By: One week prior Adult Wiffleball Adult Wiffleball leagues are now offered at the Sports Center! Teams may include up to 10 participants on their roster. This league consists of an 8- game regular season and 2 weeks of playoffs. Mandatory captain s meeting will go over game and playing rules. Games will be held at the Sports Center Indoor Soccer Field. No games November years & up Fees: $125 (Per Team) Location: Sports Center Room: Indoor Soccer Field Min/Max: 4/8 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Register By: One week prior Code Day Date Time Wed. Jan Mar. 14 7:00-11:00 pm Code Day Date Time Sun. Jan. 8 - Mar. 25 6:00-9:00 pm Code Day Date Time Mon. Jan Mar. 19 6:45-8:45 pm Co-Rec Volleyball Leagues Put a team together and join us for our Co-Rec Volleyball leagues. Choose from Wednesday night League or Thursday night League. You must speak to the Athletic Supervisor prior to signing up for the league to determine which league you will be playing in. Leagues will consist of an 11 game regular season and 2 weeks of playoffs. A minimum $100 deposit is due at the time of registration. The remaining balance is due no later than the captains meeting. Fees: Location: 18 years & up $375 (Per Team) Sports Center Room: PD Contact: Register By: Multipurpose Ct. Doug Bundy One week prior Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Feb. 1 - Apr. 25 7:00-11:00 pm One week prior Thurs. Feb. 2 - Apr. 26 7:00-11:00 pm One week prior Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 23

26 athletics ADULT Crystal Lake Nutrition Club WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE This 10-week program provides: Proper nutrition coaching, Meal replacement options, Encouragement to exercise, Group support, Metabolism and body composition testing. Because of all the helpful information attendance at the weekly meetings is a KEY factor in ensuring success. Each week participants will weigh-in and consult with the coaches, who help along the way, offering various meal replacement options to help reach ideal weight and body composition. The program encourages participants to eat a healthy level of protein and calories each day and teaches the benefits of good nutrition. Fees: Location: 18 years & up $50 (Res./NRes.) Sports Center Room: Room B Min/Max: 6/30 PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Code Day Date Time Deadline Mon. Jan. 9 - Mar. 12 6:30-7:30 pm Jan. 4 Group Fitness Classes: Mind Body Fusion Strengthen your body and relax your mind. This unique class fuses elements of Yoga and Pilates to improve balance and stability while boosting strength in the abdominals, obliques and lower back. This is an excellent class for reducing stress while increasing functional strength. Muscle Toning Take toning to a new level. This 60-minute toning session will utilize weights, bands and stability balls. It will concentrate on all major muscle groups during a series of fitness circuits. Yoga for Adults Experience your body in new ways and give every part of you - from your aching back and sore joints to overstressed and overtired body - the joy of movement! The most important requirement for the practice of Yoga is flexibility of the mind. Reward yourself and let go of selfjudgement! Come join in the journey and have fun!! Bring your own mat or blanket to class. Pre-registration is required. Class and/or class times are subject to change. Zumba Ditch the workout and join the party! Zumba is a fun cardio workout with easy-to-follow dance steps inspired by Latin rhythms, featuring "sizzling" south-of-the-border moves. It doesn t matter whether you re a dancer or not, you ll burn calories, work up a sweat and have a great time doing it! Jazzercise Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerful 60-minute total body workout! Choreographed to today's hottest music, Jazzercise group fitness classes combine dance-based cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles, boost metabolism and torch off the fat. For a class schedule and pricing, contact Melanie: (224) or visit Fees Code* Age Day Date Time Location Room Res./NRes. Mind Body Fusion & up Mon. Jan Mar. 5 6:30-7:30 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center E. Multipurpose Rm. $70/$ & up Mon. Mar May 7 6:30-7:30 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center E. Multipurpose Rm. $70/$90 Muscle Toning & up Mon. Dec. 5 - Jan. 23 9:30-10:30 am Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-2 $48/$ & up Mon. Jan Mar. 5 9:30-10:30 am Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-2 $48/$58 Yoga for Adults & up Tues. Dec Jan. 31 6:30-8:00 pm Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-Full $60/$ & up Tues. Feb. 7 - Mar. 27 6:30-8:00 pm Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-Full $60/$65 Zumba: Class minimum of & up Tues. Nov Dec. 27 7:15-8:15 pm Sports Center Room A $48/$ & up Tues. Jan Feb. 14 7:15-8:15 pm Sports Center Room A $48/$ & up Thurs. Dec Jan. 26 7:15-8:15 pm Sports Center Room A $48/$ & up Thurs. Feb. 2 - Mar. 8 7:15-8:15 pm Sports Center Room A $48/$58 * Deadline is 7 days prior to the beginning of each session. 24 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

27 YOUTH & TEEN athletics Jelly Bean Sports Coach Pickles Jelly Bean Sports teaches children sports in the ways they learn best. By keeping sports simple and making learning fun, Jelly Bean Sports is preparing children in a safe learning environment to take better direction and become more coachable athletes tomorrow. Classes for 2-3 year olds require parent participation. See you in class! Jelly Bean Mommy/Daddy & Me Sport Shorts Discover a variety of sports with your child, including soccer, basketball, t-ball, and football! Classes integrate parachutes, noodles, colorful dots, hoops and more! Location: Room: Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes m-29m Sat. 1/07-1/28 9:30 am - 10:15 am $76/$ m-29m Sat. 2/04-2/25 9:30 am - 10:15 am $76/$ m-29m Sat. 3/03-3/24 9:30 am - 10:15 am $76/$81 Jelly Bean Soccer Soccer made simple, learning made fun classes use progressive teachings, soccer equipment and learning aids to teach the ageappropriate fundamentals of dribbling, passing, and shooting. Structured classes use sports to build listening, communication, motor skills, teamwork, self-confidence, and a passion for soccer. Soccer balls will be provided. Bring shin guards and a water bottle. Instructed by Jelly Bean Sports. Location: Room: See chart below Sports Center Multipurpose Ct. See chart below Sports Center Indoor Soccer Field Min/Max: 8/12 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Register By: One week prior Min/Max: 8/20 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Register By: One week prior Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes Sat. 1/07-1/28 8:30 am - 9:15 am $76/$ Sat. 2/04-2/25 8:30 am - 9:15 am $76/$ Fri. 3/24-4/14 8:30 am - 9:15 am $76/$81 Jelly Bean Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer You and your tot will learn about mouse-trapping, kissing the soccer ball, and using baby bear paws in this high-energy, developmental class! Location: Room: Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes m-29m Sat. 1/07-1/28 8:30 am - 9:15 am $76/$ m-29m Sat. 2/04-2/25 8:30 am - 9:15 am $76/$ m-29m Sat. 3/03-3/24 8:30 am - 9:15 am $76/$81 Jelly Bean Sport Shorts Sports made simple, learning made fun class uses progressive equipment and other learning aids to teach the age-appropriate fundamentals of sports like soccer, baseball, basketball, and hockey. Structured classes use sports to build listening, communication, motor skills, teamwork, self-confidence and a passion for all sports. All equipment is provided. Instructed by Jelly Bean Sports. Location: Room: See chart below Sports Center Multipurpose Ct. See chart below Sports Center Multipurpose Ct. Min/Max: 8/12 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Register By: One week prior Min/Max: 8/16 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Register By: One week prior Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes Sat. 1/07-1/28 9:30 am - 10:15 am $76/$ Sat. 2/04-2/25 9:30 am - 10:15 am $76/$ Sat. 3/03-3/24 9:30 am - 10:15 am $76/$ Sat. 1/07-1/28 10:30 am - 11:15 am $76/$ Sat. 2/04-2/25 10:30 am - 11:15 am $76/$ Sat. 3/03-3/24 10:30 am - 11:15 am $76/$ Sat. 1/07-1/28 10:30 am - 11:15 am $76/$ Sat. 2/04-2/25 10:30 am - 11:15 am $76/$ Sat. 3/03-3/24 10:30 am - 11:15 am $76/$81 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 25

28 athletics YOUTH & TEEN Preschool Superstars Your sports-oriented child will thrive in this noncompetitive and encouraging atmosphere! Each week we will introduce a new sport. This physically active class emphasizes large and small motor skills through running, throwing, kicking, catching, dribbling, and more. In addition listening, following directions, taking turns and teamwork are also emphasized. Instructed by Sports R Us. 3-4 years Fees: $50 (Res.); $55 (NRes.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Gym Min/Max: 8/20 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Jan Feb. 8 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm One week prior Wed. Feb Mar. 21 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm One week prior Soccer/T-Ball Combo This class is perfect for toddlers who are full of energy and parents who are looking for an introduction to t-ball and soccer. Socialization, teamwork, following directions, key motor skills and having fun will be the focus in this non-competitive environment. For the first two weeks of class we will focus on t-ball and the second two weeks we will work on soccer skills. The last class will be a fun game of each sports. A fun game will be played at the end of each class. Instructed by Sports R Us. 3-4 years Fees: $50 (Res.); $55 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: Multipurpose Ct. Min/Max: 10/20 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Mon. Jan. 9 - Feb. 6 5:00-5:50 pm One week prior Mon. Feb Mar. 19 5:00-5:50 pm One week prior Mighty Mites Soccer No more watching on the sidelines, it s your toddler s turn to get out there and play! Dribbling, passing and scoring are just a few of the things your little one will learn, but most of all, we ll be having fun! Instructed by Sports R Us. 3-4 years Fees: $50 (Res.); $55 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Pee Wee Soccer Kick, pass, dribble and shoot!these are some of the fun things you ll learn when you take the field. We ll play exciting games that keep everyone involved, so why not join with a friend and have even more fun! Parents, this class is great for coordination and self-esteem. Plus, you ll see your little one s skills improve. Instructed by Sports R Us. 5-6 years Fees: $50 (Res.); $55 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: Indoor Soccer Field Min/Max: 10/20 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Thurs. Jan Feb. 9 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm One week prior Thurs. Feb Mar. 22 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm One week prior Wed. Jan Feb. 8 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm One week prior Wed. Feb Mar. 21 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm One week prior Room: Indoor Soccer Field Min/Max: 10/20 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Jan Feb. 8 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm One week prior Wed. Feb Mar. 21 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm One week prior Thurs. Jan Feb. 9 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm One week prior Thurs. Feb Mar. 22 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm One week prior Lil Pint Floor Hockey We use shorter sticks and plastic pucks to teach your child everything they need to know about beginning hockey. By using teamwork, we practice stick handling, passing, shooting, basic positions, and the goalie position. This non-competitive environment helps build a strong foundation for future hockey players! Instructed by Sports R Us. 5-7 years Fees: $50 (Res.); $55 (NRes.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Gym Min/Max: 8/18 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Jan Feb. 15 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm One week prior Jr. Soccer This program is designed to help children learn and improve their soccer skills. Dribbling, passing, shooting and positions will be covered through fun games that keep everyone moving. Basic skills will also be improved through instructional scrimmages. Instructed by Sports R Us. 7-9 years Location: Sports Center Room: Indoor Soccer Field Min/Max: 10/20 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Register By: One week prior Fees Code Day Date Time Res./NRes Thurs. Jan Feb. 9 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm $50/$ Thurs. Feb Mar. 22 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm $45/$51 26 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

29 YOUTH & TEEN athletics Gymnastics for ages 2 and up Classes taught at Ultimate Gymnastics Tri-State Pkwy., Gurnee Lil Pint Hoops Slam dunk fun in this pint-sized class. With the use of age appropriate equipment, participants will start building the fundamentals for simple drills. Participants will learn skills in passing, shooting, dribbling, and rules of the game. Teamwork, participation, and good sportsmanship are stressed throughout the class. Instructed by Sports R Us. 4-6 years Fees: $50 (Res.); $55 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: Multipurpose Ct. Min/Max: 10/20 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Mon. Jan. 9 - Feb. 6 6:00 pm - 6:50 pm One week prior Mon. Feb Mar. 19 6:00 pm - 6:50 pm One week prior Children learn the importance of skill progression and safety while incorporating these into other sports. Classes do not exceed an 8 student to 1 instructor ratio. Children must be the appropriate age by the first class of the session. These classes are contracted through Ultimate Gymnastics whose instructors are USAG certified. Classes may be combined. Missed classes cannot be made up. Parent and Mites (2-3 yrs.): With some help from you, your child will develop large muscle group skills as well as hand-eye coordination and imagination. Tiny Mites (3-4 yrs.): While learning all of the basic gymnastic skills, your child will progress in strength, flexibility and coordination. Equipment setups eliminate waiting in lines. Students continue without stopping, which improves cardiovascular endurance. Ulti Mites (4-5 yrs.): This class teaches the basics of gymnastics in preparation for the Junior Beginner level. The exciting obstacle course keep children motivated and busy while learning. Girls Jr. Beginner Gymnastics (5-6 yrs.) and Girls Beginner Gymnastics (7 yrs. & up): Children begin to intermingle gymnastics knowledge with strength and flexibility to perfect skills. By following the U.S.G.F. level program, instructors help children build self-confidence and future building blocks. All below programs are available for online registration. Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes. Parent and Mites Mon. 1/16-3/ Thurs. 1/19-3/ Thurs. 1/19-3/29 Tiny Mights Mon. 1/16-3/ Thurs. 1/19-3/ Thurs. 1/19-3/ Fri. 1/20-3/30 Ulti-Mights Mon. 1/16-3/ Thurs. 1/19-3/ Thurs. 1/19-3/ Thurs. 1/19-3/ Fri. 1/20-3/30 Girls Jr. Beginner Mon. 1/16-3/ Sat. 1/21-3/31 Girls Beginner Mon. 1/16-3/ Sat. 1/21-3/31 9:00 am - 9:40 am 9:00 am - 9:40 am 11:00 am - 11:40 am 9:00 am - 9:50 am 9:00 am - 9:50 am 2:00 pm - 2:50 pm 11:00 am - 11:50 am 9:00 am - 9:50 am 9:00 am - 9:50 am 11:00 am - 11:50 am 2:00 pm - 2:50 pm 11:00 am - 11:50 am 6:30 pm - 7:20 pm 12:30 pm - 1:20 pm 6:30 pm - 7:25 pm 12:30 pm - 1:25 pm $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 $156 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 27

30 athletics YOUTH & TEEN Let s Go Girls! Sports This class is a great way to introduce girls to basketball, soccer, hockey, t-ball and much more in an all-girl environment. Basic skills in all sports are taught and games are played at the end of each class. 4-7 years Fees: $50 (Res.); $55 (NRes.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Cheerleading Does your child love to dance, tumble and have fun? If so, we are excited to offer this program just for them! Participants will learn the different aspects of cheerleading such as hand motions, jumps, basic tumbling and formations in this fun, fast-paced class. No experience is necessary, so sign up today! 5-6 years Fees: $ (Res./NRes.) Location: Ultimate Gymnastics Room: Gym Min/Max: 8/18 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Feb Mar. 21 5:00-5:50 pm One week prior Room: Gym Min/Max: 2/10 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Jan Mar. 28 6:30-7:20 pm One week prior Baton Twirling Classes Poms and Baton Twirling This class includes introductory poms and baton twirling. Learn some new dance moves and share the ones you already know, as we create a group pom routine. You ll also learn the basics of baton twirling, and a simple twirling routine; we're sure you'll have lots of fun in the process. The instructor will measure for proper baton sizing on the first day of class. Please wear athletic or dance clothing and shoes (i.e., shorts, leotards or sweat pants and gym or dance shoes). Note: No class on March 28 and 31. Baton Twirling Skill Building Baton twirling encourages poise and balance in addition to promoting self esteem and developing coordination. Students will learn beginner through intermediate baton twirling skills in a new routine. Note: Class on May 21, 2011 will be held at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center Gym. Note: No class on March 28 and 31. Baton Twirling Dance Twirl (Instructor Permission ONLY) Baton twirling encourages poise and balance, in addition to promoting self esteem and developing coordination. Students will continue to learn intermediate baton twirling skills while incorporating dance during the class. Plus, they'll have the chance to practice the previously learned tricks. Instructor permission is required to register for this class. Note: No class on March 28 and 31. Location: Room: Instructor: See chart, below Sports Center Mezzanine Beth Doyle Min/Max: 4/20 PD Contact: Jessica Desens Register By: One week prior Code numbers and are available for online registration. All others require instructor permission. Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes. Poms and Baton Twirling Sat. 1/14-3/03 9:00 am - 10:00 am $47/$ Sat. 3/10-6/02 9:00 am - 10:00 am $70/$96 Baton Twirling Skill Building Sat. 1/14-3/03 11:00 am - 12:00 pm $37/$ Sat. 3/10-6/02 11:00 am - 12:00 pm $55/$83 Beginning Baton Twirling Dance Twirl Instructor permission only Wed. 1/18-3/07 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm $37/$ Wed. 3/14-5/30 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm $55/$83 Baton Twirling Dance Twirl Instructor permission only Sat. 1/14-3/03 10:00 am - 11:00 am $37/$ Sat. 3/10-6/02 10:00 am - 11:00 am $55/$83 GoGirlGo! Come join us for our girls-only sports and activity class. This eight week class will focus on activity, confidence and healthy living. Each week will highlight specific sport instruction, educational sessions, journal writing, a healthy eating demonstration and other general games and activities. See Below Fees: $20 (Res.); $23 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: Room B Min/Max: 15/50 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Grade Day Date Time Deadline Sat. 1/21-3/10 10:00 am - 12:00 pm One week prior Semi Private/Private Baton Lessons Students will receive intense training (in basic baton, solo skills, strutting, etc.) needed to improve their twirling and/or prepare for competition/performance. Students choose from one half-hour or one full-hour lesson per week. Instructor permission is required to register for this class. Times are scheduled by the instructor. Lessons are payable in 4-week sessions. Participants can start/stop their lessons anytime within these sessions. Call Jessica Desens at ext. 247 for more information. 7 years & up Room: Gym Time: Scheduled Min/Max: 1/15 By Instructor PD Contact: Jessica Desens Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Register By: One week prior Fees Code Age Day Date (four, 1 2-hr. lessons/1-hr. lessons) Semi Private Baton Lessons M/W/F 12/02-12/28 $80/$ M/W/F 1/02-1/30 $80/$ M/W/F 2/01-2/27 $80/$ Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

31 YOUTH & TEEN athletics AYSO Soccer Leagues The American Youth Soccer Organization and the Round Lake Area Park District are offering a Youth Indoor Soccer League for players 7 to 18 years of age. This 10-week program will consist of two weeks of player evaluation, one week team practice and seven games. Game times will vary within the scheduled time frame for each age group. Teams will be Co-Rec and determined by age and ability. All coaches and referees are AYSO volunteers. All players must be registered through AYSO to participate. Players who are not registered with AYSO must pay an additional fee. All registered AYSO players are insured by the AYSO National Insurance. Day: Saturday Location: Sports Center Date: Jan. 7 - Mar. 10 Room: Indoor Soccer Field Fees: $105 (AYSO Reg. Player); PD Contact: Scott McClaskey $120 (Non-AYSO Reg. Player) Code Age Time Min/Max years 8:00 am - 8:50 am 12/ years 8:50 am - 9:40 am 12/ years 9:40 am - 10:30 am 12/ years 10:30 am - 11:20 am 12/ years 11:20 pm - 12:10 pm 10/ years 12:10 pm - 1:00 pm 10/ years 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm 10/ years 1:50 pm - 2:40 pm 10/ years 2:40 pm - 3:30 pm 10/ years 3:30 pm - 4:20 pm 10/ years 4:20 pm - 5:10 pm 10/20 Youth Indoor Soccer League You must register as a team for this program. Each participant must have a parent/guardian sign the roster before the first game. Each game will consist of two 20 minute halves. will be on a first come serve basis. A $400 non-refundable deposit is due at time of registration. Full payment is due at the mandatory coach's meeting. Each age group will play with a minimum of 4 teams. Age groups may be combined depending on registration numbers and/or level of teams. No games 2/26. All coaches are required to obtain a minimum of a Youth Module Certificate for the specific age group. Day/Date: See chart below Location: Sports Center Fees: $1,100 (Returning Team Fee); Room: Indoor Soccer Field $1,200 (New Team); Min/Max: 4/6 $900 (Girls JV & Varsity Teams) PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Mandatory coaches/managers meeting on Wednesday, December 14th at 6:30 pm at the Sports Center. Code League Day Date Time U9 Boys Sun U10 Boys Sun U11 Boys Sun U12 Boys Fri U13 Boys Mon JV Boys Sun Varsity Boys Sun U9/U10 Girls Sun U11 Girls Sun U12 Girls Sun JV Girls Mon Varsity Girls Mon. Jan. 8 - Mar. 18 Jan. 8 - Mar. 18 Jan. 8 - Mar. 18 Jan Mar. 16 Jan. 9 - Mar. 12 Jan Mar. 18 Jan. 8 - Mar. 18 Jan. 8 - Mar. 18 Jan. 8 - Mar. 18 Jan. 8 - Mar. 18 Nov. 7 - Dec. 26 Nov. 7 - Dec. 26 7:30 am - 8:15 am 8:15 am - 9:45 am 9:45 am - 12:00 pm 5:00 pm - 7:15 pm 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm 6:30 pm - 8:45 pm 5:15 pm - 7:30 pm 12:45 pm - 2:15 pm 2:15 pm - 3:45 pm 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm 6:30 pm - 8:45 pm Boxing Hispanic Area Community Partners boxing offers training for the beginner to advanced level fighters and teaches the fundamentals of boxing using proper form and technique. Each session combines jumping rope, shadow boxing, heavy bag, upper cut bag, speed bag and hand mitts. There is a $90 membership fee payable to HACP. Instructed by HACP Coaches. Multiple child discount available. 7 years & up Fees: $50 (Res./NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: Mezzanine West Min/Max: 8/30 PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Code Day Date Time Deadline Tues. Dec. 6 - Dec. 27 4:00-7:00 pm One week prior Tues. Jan. 3 - Jan. 24 4:00-7:00 pm One week prior Tues. Feb. 6 - Feb. 28 4:00-7:00 pm One week prior Tues. Mar. 1 - Mar. 27 4:00-7:00 pm One week prior AYSO Indoor Soccer Jamboree AYSO Indoor Soccer Jamboree is for 5-6 year old participants who are looking for program that teaches fundamental soccer skills. Each week will consist of 20-minutes of skill development and a 20-minute scrimmage. Fees: Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. Jan. 7 - Mar. 10 7:20 am - 8:00 am One week prior Kyuki-Do/Tae Kwon Do Kyuki-Do is a fusion martial art that combines elements of Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Jujitsu, and Hapkido. Originating with a Korean Grand Master, Kyuki-Do (literally, spark or explosion ) has its deepest roots in Tae Kwon Do, with its strong kicks, blocks, punches, open-hand strikes and various take-downs. Judo and Jujitsu contribute grappling techniques, throws, and submissions, while Hapkido emphasizes deflections, manipulations and joint locks. Weapons instruction (at intermediate rank) and board breaking complete a traditional martial arts program that places a priority on character development, discipline, and respect. Challenge yourself with a curriculum that channels physical energy into personal growth. Families are welcome. Sign up for Mondays, Fridays, or both. Additional fees may apply for uniforms, testing, etc. Note: No class on Sept. 15, Sept. 23 and Oct. 31. Location: Room: 5-6 years $105 (Current AYSO Member); $120 (New AYSO Member) 6 years & up Sports Center Room A Location: Sports Center Room: Indoor Soccer Field Min/Max: 10/30 PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Min/Max: 1/20 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Register By: One week prior Fee Code Day Date Time Res./NRes. BEGINNING CLASSES White through Yellow Belt Mon. Dec. 5 - Jan. 16 5:30-6:30 pm $ Fri. Dec. 9 - Jan. 27 5:30-6:30 pm $ Mon. Jan Feb. 27 5:30-6:30 pm $ Fri. Feb. 3 - Mar. 9 5:30-6:30 pm $84 ADVANCED CLASSES Green Stripe and Higher Mon. Dec. 5 - Jan. 16 6:45-8:00 pm $ Fri. Dec. 9 - Jan. 27 6:45-8:00 pm $ Mon. Jan Feb. 27 6:45-8:00 pm $ Fri. Feb. 3 - Mar. 9 6:45-8:00 pm $84 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 29

32 athletics YOUTH & TEEN Shotokan Karate All classes are taught by instructors of the Illinois Shotokan Karate Club under the direction of John DiPasquale, fourtime National Champion, former U.S. Karate National Coach and National Faculty Member of ACEP (American Coaching Effectiveness Program). Pre-Karate/Safety (4-7 years) Through a variety of fun and creative activities, young children will develop coordination, strength and personal safety skills in a wellsupervised setting. This program will give your child the lead she/he needs in developing memory and agility skills necessary to be successful in school and other sports. Youth Karate/Safety (8-14 years) Karate skills puts children in touch with their bodies and helps build coordination, agility, strength and poise, as well as personal safety skills in a supervised setting. Karate skills release tension brought on by school and peers. The confidence gained through karate helps foster a strong positive self-image. The mental aspect involved in karate builds self-confidence, control and discipline. The physical aspect of this program is both enjoyable and beneficial. Karate can improve your child's sports, school and social activities. Adult Karate (15 years & older) This program offers a variety of benefits for the student. For the business person, the program is ideal for releasing tension and developing cardiovascular fitness. The selfdefense skills learned through karate are invaluable if ever confronted with a dangerous situation that may involve you or a loved one. The class is a must for the single parent wishing to protect himself/herself and family. Karate skills can be applied in any situation where a weapon may be taken and used against its owner. Karate movements develop poise and agility while improving overall muscle tone. Parent/Child Karate (Children ages 7 and up) This program is an excellent opportunity to share quality time with your child while developing muscle tone, coordination, cardiovascular fitness and karate skills. Regardless of age, weight or current physical condition, karate can put your family on the right track to physical well-being. Open to parents and their children (7-14 years). Karate Class Schedule PD Contact: Doug Bundy. Note: Beginning students will not be permitted to register into the current session after the second class has met. for Continuers through Advanced students will be accepted after the start date, but full class fee will be required. Uniforms and belt testing are options available through the ISKC instructor. Class Code Ages/Levels Day Date Time Fee R/NR Location Pre Beginner/Continuer, Wed. 1/04-3/21 4:30-5:15 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr. Karate 4-7 years Pre Beginner, (No experience), Sat. 1/07-3/24 9:00-9:45 a.m. $102/$127 Comm Ctr. Karate 4-7 years Pre Continuer, (2+ prior sessions), Sat. 1/07-3/24 9:50-10:35 a.m. $102/$127 Comm Ctr. Karate 4-7 years Youth Beginner, (White), Wed. 1/04-3/21 6:15-7:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr years Youth Continuer, (Stripes - Orange), Wed. 1/04-3/21 5:15-6:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr 8-14 years Youth Intermediate, (Yellow - Blue), Wed. 1/04-3/21 7:15-8:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr years Youth Advanced, (Green & up), Wed. 1/04-3/21 8:15-9:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr years Youth Beginner/Novice, Sat. 1/07-3/24 10:40-11:40 a.m. $102/$127 Comm Ctr. (White-Yellow), 8-14 years Youth Intermediate/Advanced, Sat. 1/07-3/24 11:45-12:45 p.m. $102/$127 Comm Ctr. (Blue & up), 8-14 years Adult Beginner, (White), Wed. 1/04-3/21 6:15-7:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr. 15 years & up Adult Continuer, (Stripes - Orange), Wed. 1/04-3/21 5:15-6:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr. 15 years & up Adult Intermediate, (Yellow - Blue), Wed. 1/04-3/21 7:15-8:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr. 15 years & up Adult Advanced, (Green & up), Wed. 1/04-3/21 8:15-9:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr. 15 years & up Adult Beginner/Novice, Sat. 1/07-3/24 10:40-11:40 a.m. $102/$127 Comm Ctr. (White-Yellow), 15 years & up Adult Intermediate/Advanced, Sat. 1/07-3/24 11:45-12:45 p.m. $102/$127 Comm Ctr. (Blue & up), 15 years & up Parent/ Beginner, (White), Wed. 1/04-3/21 6:15-7:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr. Child 7 years & up each Parent/ Continuer, (Stripes - Orange), Wed. 1/04-3/21 5:15-6:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr. Child 7 years & up each Parent/ Intermediate, (Yellow - Blue), Wed. 1/04-3/21 7:15-8:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr. Child 7 years & up each Parent/ Advanced, (Green & up), Wed. 1/04-3/21 8:15-9:10 p.m. $102/$127 Sports Ctr. Child 7 years & up each Parent/ Beginner/Novice, Sat. 1/07-3/24 10:40-11:40 a.m. $102/$127 Comm Ctr. Child (White-Yellow), 7 years & up each Parent/ Intermediate/Advanced, Sat. 1/07-3/24 11:45-12:45 p.m. $102/$127 Comm Ctr. Child (Blue & up), 7 years & up each 30 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

33 YOUTH & TEEN athletics Avon Township Youth Baseball/Softball The Avon Township Youth Baseball Organization has been providing the children of the Round Lake area the opportunity to participate in a structured baseball and softball program for over 30 years. The organization is volunteer based and provides many park district residents with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the game. for the 2012 season will begin in January. forms will be available at the Sports Center. You may mail in registration, register online or register in person at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center or Sports Center on the following dates: Robert W. Rolek Community Center: Jan. 28, Feb. 11, Feb. 25 from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Sports Center: Jan. 21, Feb. 4, Feb. 18 from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm For more information, how to get involved or how to be a sponsor, contact Clay Crutcher at or visit our website at www. ATYB.org. Ages: Fees: Location: See chart below See chart below Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Leagues 7-8 years old Pinto (boys) 9-10 years old Mustang (boys) years old Bronco (boys) years old Pony (boys) years old Colt (boys) 7-9 years old Minor (girls) years old Major (girls) years old Pony (girls) 18 & under Tri-County (girls) Room: Gym Min/Max: 10/20 Register By: One week prior Code Age Day Date Time Fee BOYS BASEBALL FUNDAMENTALS Sat. Jan. 7 - Mar. 3 3:00 pm - 4:20 pm $ Sat. Jan. 7 - Mar. 3 6:30 pm - 7:50 pm $60 BOYS BASEBALL PITCHING Sat. Jan. 7 - Mar. 3 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm $ & up Sat. Jan. 7 - Mar. 3 5:30 pm - 6:20 pm $40 13U ATYB / DOUBLE HEADER TRAVEL TEAM (by invite only) Sun. Jan. 8 - Mar. 4 9:30 am - 10:50 am $60 11U ATYB / DOUBLE HEADER TRAVEL TEAM (by invite only) Sun. Jan. 8 - Mar. 4 1:30 pm - 2:50 pm $60 12U ATYB / DOUBLE HEADER TRAVEL TEAM (by invite only) Sun. Jan. 8 - Mar. 4 3:00 pm - 4:20 pm $60 GIRLS FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL FUNDAMENTALS Sun. Jan. 8 - Mar. 4 11:00 am - 12:20 pm $60 GIRLS FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL PITCHING Sun. Jan. 8 - Mar. 4 12:30 pm - 1:20 pm $40 GIRLS FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL ADVANCED Thurs. Jan. 5 - Mar. 1 6:30 pm - 7:50 pm $60 Baseball Pitching Clinic This 4-week class will focus on developing pitching skills. Mechanics, balance and other pitching fundamentals that are age and skill specific will be taught. The groups are kept to a maximum of 6 players, allowing the instructor to build your child s skills. Day/Date: See chart below Fees: $120 (Res.); $130 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: Mezzanine Batting Cages PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Age Day Date Time Min/Max yrs. Sat. 1/14-2/ yrs. Sat. 2/18-3/10 10:30 am - 11:30 am 2/6 10:30 am - 11:30 am 2/6 Baseball / Softball Group Lessons This 4-week class is designed to work on your overall game. The classes will focus on hitting, fielding, and either pitching or throwing and other basic fundamentals. Groups are kept to a maximum of 6 players, allowing the instructor to build your child s skills. Baseball and softball players are welcome! Day/Date: See chart below Fees: $120 (Res.); $130 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: PD Contact: Mezzanine Batting Cages Doug Bundy Code Age Day Date Time Min/Max yrs. Tues. 1/10-1/ yrs. Tues. 1/10-1/ yrs. Sat. 1/14-2/ yrs. Tues. 2/14-3/ yrs. Tues. 2/14-3/ yrs. Sat. 2/18-3/10 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 2/6 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm 2/6 9:30 am - 10:30 am 2/6 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 2/6 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm 2/6 9:30 am - 10:30 am 2/6 Winter Break Pitching Clinic Looking to improve your baseball pitching skills? Come spend your Winter Break with us learning the skills necessary for pitching! This 3-day class will go over mechanics, balance and other pitching fundamentals that are age and skill specific. See Below Fees: $90 (Res.); $100 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: Mezzanine - Batting Cages Min/Max: 2/6 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Age Days Date Time Deadline Mon/Wed/Fri 12/26-12/30 10:30-11:30 am One week prior Mon/Wed/Fri 12/26-12/30 11:30-12:30 am One week prior Round Lake Area Park District Indoor Batting Cage Private Baseball Lessons Private lessons are available upon request. Each session is 30 minutes in length. Fees: 1 lesson is $45; 6 lessons are $260; 9 lessons are $385. Cage Rentals The batting cage is available for rental. $35 for 30 minutes; $55 for one hour. Rental includes the batting cage, pitching machine, pitching mound, batting tees, bats and helmets. Open Hitting Open hitting times are available. Call for the schedule. Winter Break Baseball/Softball Skills Clinic Need some extra help with your baseball/softball skills? Our Winter Break Skills Clinic can help! This 2-day class will focus on hitting, fielding and throwing. Baseball and softball players are welcome. See Below Fees: $60 (Res.); $70 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: Mezzanine - Batting Cages Min/Max: 2/6 PD Contact: Doug Bundy Code Age Days Date Time Deadline Tues./Thurs. 12/27-12/29 10:30-11:30 am One week prior Tues./Thurs. 12/27-12/29 11:30-12:30 pm One week prior Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 31

34 hart s woods challenge course Accomplish in one day what it takes some groups years to achieve team building. Hart s Woods Challenge Course is a unique experience offering the opportunity for your group to meet challenges head on and open the door to productivity and performance beyond expectations. Challenge Course programs are professionally designed to help each group reach specific goals and objectives. The course provides activities and challenges to help groups develop team skills, communication, trust, support and problem solving to benefit their personal and professional lives. Hart s Woods Challenge Course is ideal for students, faculty, scouts, sports teams, clubs, youth groups, businesses and any other group looking for a fun and constructive way to start making a difference in how they perform and work with each other. Trained facilitators work with your group throughout the day helping them progress towards the desired objectives. WE HAVE THREE PROGRAMS GEARED TOWARD DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS AND POPULATIONS. Cooperative Games Ages 1st-5th Grade The Cooperative Games program provides kids an opportunity to focus on teamwork and communication while building social skills. 1st - 5th grade Group Size: Time: 2 hours Pre-requisite: Signed Challenge Course Waiver Cost: $85/group PD Contact: Frank Palmisano, Jr. Teams Course Ages 6th Grade to Adult The Teams Course is a series of activities and initiatives designed to help groups work together in order to face challenges, meet objectives and accomplish goals. The collection of physical and mental challenges encourage everyone s participation, and with each activity, new leaders will emerge, trust will be established and valuable insight into the classroom, boardroom and most importantly, their daily lives will be gained. 6th grade-adult Group Size: (max. 4 groups at one time) Time: 4 hours Pre-requisite: Signed Challenge Course Waiver Cost: $215/group non-profit; $420/group profit PD Contact: Frank Palmisano, Jr. High Ropes Course Junior High*-Adult Imagine the skill and trust required to undertake obstacles as a cohesive team 25 feet above the ground. We ll focus on topics such as facing challenges, support, trust and communication. The High Ropes Course is the next step for groups looking to develop team skills while challenging themselves as individuals. Group Size: Time: Pre-requisite: Cost: PD Contact: High School - Adult (*Junior High eligible after completing Teams Course) (maximum of one group per time block) 4 hours Signed Challenge Course Waiver $420/group non profit; $800/group profit Frank Palmisano, Jr. 32 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

35 hart s woods challenge course Cooperative Games Birthday Party Package Hart s Woods Challenge Course is also a great place for your child s next birthday party. This party package will have the kids challenging themselves and having fun through a variety of games and activities sure to have them laughing and smiling all day long. In addition to the Cooperative Games program, you will have time at our picnic pavilion located at the end of Hart s Woods Interpretive Trail. Times are subject to availability, so call now to book your child s next party! You ll be glad you did. Games, Activities & More! Attention all teachers, scout leaders, coaches and anyone else who works with children! Here is your chance to learn new activities, games and processing tips to help you work with your class, troop or team. This workshop will focus on easy and affordable activities that you will be able to lead your group through, including games, problem solving activities, conversation starters, group agreements, and activities that will help your group begin to work together better. Fee: Location: 21 years & up $15 (Res./NRes.) Aquatics Center & Nature Museum Room: Dance Studio 1 Min/Max: 8/20 PD Contact: Frank Palmisano, Jr. 1st - 5th Grade Fee: $100 Group Size: Time: hours Prerequisite: Signed Challenge Course Waiver PD Contact: Frank Palmisano, Jr. Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. January 21 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Jan. 13 Proud Web Sponsor Portable Program Great for Winter Programs If your group is unable to travel to us, we can come to you. The Challenge Course has a portable version of the Cooperative Games and Teams Course Programs that offer many of the same activities and benefits as our permanent course. So whether you want to book a program on our site, or want to schedule a portable program, we encourage you to call early as dates fill up quickly. Additional fees may apply. Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 33

36 child development center The Child Development Center will be closed from December for the holidays. Left to right, Joan Ellis & Heidi Wodrich Since its inception in 1978, our Child Development Center (CDC) has earned the trust of our community and a reputation for the highest standards and quality of care. We welcome you to our CDC family and thank you for letting us be part of your child s life. If you would like more information, or would like to schedule a tour, call us at or contact us via at the addresses shown below. Joan Ellis, Preschool Manager, Heidi Wodrich, School-Age Manager, Our Mission The mission of the Round Lake Area Park District Child Development Center is to provide children and their families with a supportive, developmentally appropriate curriculum and a safe, nurturing atmosphere in which children feel genuinely respected, gently guided and free to explore the world in which we live. What sets us apart? We understand kids and we have the facilities and staff to offer your child an experience that s filled with fun and friends. Our center is a comfortable place to learn and grow. Some special highlights of our center include: Full gymnasium Prairie Grass Nature Museum Children s Neighborhood Museum Music for Little Mozarts Program Low student to teacher ratio Acres of parkland Dedicated teaching staff Transportation to area schools Low non-resident rates Outdoor swimming pool Nature trails and Challenge Course The teachers are both excellent educators and very caring, personable people. The facilities are absolutely unmatched anywhere...gym, Neighborhood, Playground, Nature Museum. It is extremely well managed. Maggie W. We are accredited by NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children). This recognition reinforces our commitment to reaching the highest professional standards in Early Childhood Education. NAEYC accreditation lets families in our community feel confident that children in our program are getting the very best care and early learning experiences possible! Programs offered include: Private Kindergarten Full Day Preschool Half-Day Preschool Before and After School Care Mini Classes for ages 2-4 Parent/Tot Programs Summer Camps Materials needed for registration: $30 non-refundable registration fee. Current physical exam dated no more than six months prior. Complete immunization records with lead and TB screenings included. One-week deposit for full-day programs/ no deposit for half-day programs. See specific program for age requirements. Copy of Birth Certificate Parent Testimonials My son was able to grow in a It is clear that they put children nurturing environment with a first! The CDC is a warm environment that provides many teacher that took time and patience to work with him and opportunities for learning every help him understand. His abilities and his confidence have The management and staff are day while the children have fun. grown exponentially, and I am wonderful to work with. I would anxious to see what his academic future holds thanks to the CDC. never hesitate to recommend the fundamentals he learned Jenny S. while in this program. Emily D. Child Care Food Program The Child Development Center (CDC) participates in the Illinois State Board of Education Child Care Food Program. The Child Care Food Program is available to all eligible children without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap. If you have been discriminated against, write immediately to: Office of Civil Rights, Midwest Regional Office, United States Department of Agriculture, 50 E. Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois Our own version of the PTA! Come join us! Our Parent Advisory Council meets monthly to give parents and teachers the opportunity to provide input on programs and services. The organization also spearheads fundraising to ensure our kids have access to the best equipment and educational tools available. All CDC parents are welcome to attend. For further information contact Joan Ellis or Heidi Wodrich at Integrated Pest Management Program As part of the Round Lake Area Park District s Integrated Pest Management Program (IPM), occasional use of pesticides is necessary. Should pesticides be used; the area treated with pesticides will be posted in accordance with state law. If you live next to a park and wish to be notified in advance of a pesticide application, you must register. To register contact: Round Lake Area Park District at We know that the staff truly cares for our kids. Our kids love the Round Lake Child Development Center because it s fun! Jill M. 34 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

37 child development center Half-Day Preschool Our DCFS licensed and NAEYC accredited half-day preschool program Special Packet Required for is designed to offer your child new and challenging activities that will help prepare and enrich your child's development for the future. In order to attend, your child must be age appropriate by 9/1/2011 and not attending kindergarten in the Fall of Please call for additional information. A certified copy of the child's birth certificate is now required. September 2011 May 2012 Classes held at Site II, 2041 N. Orchard Ln., Round Lake Beach Monthly Tuition Age Days Time Res./NRes. HALF-DAY PRESCHOOL 3-4 yrs. Mon./Wed./Fri. 9:15-11:30 am $204/$ yrs. Tues./Thurs. 9:15-11:30 am $138/$152 HALF-DAY PRE-K 4-5 yrs. Mon./Wed./Fri. 9:00-11:30 am $204/$ yrs. Tues./Thurs. 9:00-11:30 am $138/$152 Classes held at Robert W. Rolek Community Center 814 Hart Road, Round Lake Monthly Tuition Age Days Time Res./NRes. HALF-DAY PRESCHOOL 3-4 yrs. Tues./Thurs. 9:00-11:15 am $138/$152 HALF-DAY PRE-K 4-5 yrs. Mon./Wed./Fri. 9:00-11:30 am $204/$224 Note: No classes held on legal holidays. A schedule for non-attendance days is available upon request. Full-Day Preschool/ Childcare Program Special Packet Required for Our program is tailored to meet the needs of working parents. We are open Monday through Friday from 6:30 am - 6:00 pm and you can register for a minimum of two days a week. We are a DCFS licensed and NAEYC accredited preschool program. We offer a hot lunch, snacks and rest time along with a developmentally appropriate curriculum based on the philosophy that children learn through play. Tours are always welcome and we offer a discount for the second full-time sibling enrolled. August August 2012 School Year Fees Classes held at Robert W. Rolek Community Center 814 Hart Road, Round Lake Weekly Fee Daily Fee Age Res./NRes. Res./NRes. 2 yrs. $245/$269 $51/$ yrs. $235/$258 $49/$54 Terrific 2 s & 3 s There s a whole new world of fun for your child to experience through art, songs, stories, sensory play and physical activity. Each class will be a mixture of fun and learning designed to meet the child s natural desires to explore and create. What a great opportunity to make new friends and learn about sharing and cooperation. A nutritious snack will be served. Children need not be toilet trained, however, diapers and wipes must be provided. No classes on Nov. 11, 24-25, Jan. 27, Feb. 21 and Mar. 6. l Schedule subject to change with fees being adjusted accordingly. We recommend registering for both sessions to ensure a space in each session. LOCATION: SITE II - CDC Room: 2-3 years Site II CDC Min/Max: 6/10 PD Contact: Joan Ellis Fees Code Days Date Time Res./NRes Tues./Thurs. Nov. 1 - Dec. 15 9:15-11:15 am $195/$ Wed./Fri. Nov. 2 - Dec. 16 9:15-11:15 am $180/$ Tues./Thurs. Jan. 3 - Feb. 9 9:15-11:15 am $180/$ Wed./Fri. Jan. 4 - Feb. 10 9:15-11:15 am $165/$ Tues./Thurs. Feb Mar. 22 9:15-11:15 am $150/$ Wed./Fri. Feb Mar. 21 9:15-11:15 am $165/$182 LOCATION: ROBERT W. ROLEK COMMUNITY CENTER Room: 2-3 years Preschool Rm. Min/Max: 6/12 PD Contact: Joan Ellis Fees Code Days Date Time Res./NRes Tues./Thurs. Nov. 1 - Dec. 15 9:15-11:15 am $195/$ Tues./Thurs. Jan. 3 - Feb. 9 9:15-11:15 am $180/$ Tues./Thurs. Feb Mar. 22 9:15-11:15 am $150/$165 Phone: l Fax: l Web: l Facebook: 35

38 child development center Kindergarten Our NAEYC accredited, state registered private Kindergarten program provides a developmentally appropriate curriculum based on the philosophy that a child s play is their work. We believe that children retain what s learned when it is presented in a hands-on, fun and exciting way. HALF-DAY KINDERGARTEN Half-day program payable in monthly installments (includes hot lunch) 5 years by September 1, 2011 EXTENDED-DAY KINDERGARTEN Special Packet Required for Full day program payable in weekly installments (includes hot lunch) 5 years by September 1, 2011 Tuition Age Time Res./NRes. HALF-DAY KINDERGARTEN 5 years* 8:30 am - 12:30 pm $322/$355 per month EXTENDED-DAY KINDERGARTEN 5 years* 6:30 am - 6:00 pm $235/$258 per week * By Sept. 1, Kindergarten Club Before & After School Care Transportation information below We provide your child with warm and caring supervision before and after their busy day at Kindergarten. The Round Lake Area Park District or your child s school district provides transportation to and from school. Club meets on no-school days, 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Activities include gym, arts n crafts, sports, games and field trips. Children enrolled part-time pay an additional fee on the full days of Club. Ages: Day: Location: Special Packet Required for Kindergartners Monday - Friday Robert W. Rolek Community Center K-CLUB CARE FOR FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS Dist. #116 Early Education Center, Grayslake District 46 and St. Joseph s School Daily Hours Full-Time (Min. 2 days) Before Care 6:30 am - 9:00 am $51/week $18/day After Care 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm $87/week $27/day Proud Sports Center Sponsor K-CLUB CARE FOR HALF-DAY KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS Time: 6:30 am - 12:30 pm or 12:00-6:00 pm Accommodates Lake Villa schools: Pleviak, Thompson & Martin. Grayslake schools: Prairieview, Avon, Woodview & Park. Big Hollow School District. Tuition Res./NRes. Full-Time $138/$151 weekly Includes no-school days, half-days and early dismissals. Part-Time Min. 2 days/wk. $32/$36 daily Does not include no-school days, half-days and early dismissals. See additional fees below. A fee is charged for care provided on no-school days. Resident: $40/full-day; $30/half-day Non-Resident: $44/full-day; $33/half-day Where community banks. Waukegan Waukegan Downtown Waukegan Westside Winthrop Harbor Round Lake Beach Round Lake Gurnee Antioch Additional Care is available for half-day students: 6:30-9:00 am before AM Kindergarten or 3:30-6:00 pm after PM Kindergarten. Resident: $45/week full-time; $18/day part-time Non-Resident: $50/week full-time; $20/day part-time (Must attend either morning or afternoon session of K-Club for this program option.) Full-time rates include no-school days, half-days off and early dismissals, following School District 116 s schedule. There are no classes on our Child Development Center s legal holidays, and no extra charge for field trips. School District 116 and surrounding area districts are included: see transformation information for details. 36 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

39 child development center Before & After School Care for Grades 1-6 Transportation information below Special Packet Required for These programs are designed for busy parents with demanding schedules. Each session offers different activities such as structured games, sports, nature and art and crafts programs. There are also accommodations for those who need quiet time for catching up on homework or just relaxing. Transportation Information is listed below Note: For both programs, a daily fee is charged for additional days that are not encompassed by the District 116 school calendar. BEFORE SCHOOL CLUB Grade: 1st - 6th Date: First through last day of school year (District 116) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center l Accommodates all Dist. #116 Grade Schools, as well as most area schools within park district boundaries, (see complete list below): Tuition Days Time Res./NRes. Full-Time Monday - Friday 6:30-8:30 am $51/$56 weekly Part-Time Min. 2 days/wk. 6:30-8:30 am $18/$20 daily Children who attend the Round Lake Area Park District Before School Club program only and attend on a full day or a half-day of Club will be charged an additional fee. These fees reflect total cost of a day: Resident: $40/full-day; $30/half-day Non-Resident: $44/full-day; $33/half-day AFTER SCHOOL CLUB Grade: 1st - 6th Date: First through last day of school year (District 116) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center l Accommodates all Dist. #116 Grade Schools, as well as most area schools within park district boundaries, (see complete list below): Tuition Days Time Res./NRes. Full-Time Monday - Friday 3:00-6:00 pm $87/$95 weekly Part-Time Min. 2 days/wk. 3:00-6:00 pm $27/$30 daily Lunch provided on full & half-days of club. Fee includes all extra activities and field trips. A daily fee is charged for part-time participants for half-day and full-day care: Resident: $40/full-day; $30/half-day Non-Resident: $44/full-day; $33/half-day TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION Round Lake Area Park District After School Club is not affiliated with, sponsored or endorsed by The Afterschool Club of Lake County, IL. l Our Park District minibuses transport students from the following schools: Lake Villa Schools, including Pleviak, Thompson & Martin Schools; Grayslake Schools, including Prairieview, Avon, Woodview and Park Schools. l The following schools are transported by their own School District buses: All Round Lake District #116 schools, including Ellis, Beach, Indian Hill, Early Education Center, Village & Murphy; Big Hollow School District; SEDOL programs and St. Joseph s Catholic School. Reminder: You MUST NOTIFY your child s school of their attendance in our School Age or Kindergarten Club programs to arrange any necessary transportation. PLEASE notify both the school office and your child s teacher as to your day care arrangements, as this will ensure the safety of all participants. Thank You! Phone: l Fax: l Web: l Facebook: 37

40 parent tot PROGRAMS AT THE Round Lake Area Park District Wiggles & Giggles This program is designed for our young movers and shakers! The program will focus on increasing movement concepts, eye/hand coordination and gross motor skills. Children will have an opportunity to run, jump, and crawl. Parents, plan on joining in on the fun! 18 mo. - 4 yrs. Min/Max: 8/15 Location: Sports Center PD Contact: Joan Ellis Room: Indoor Soccer Field Fees (Res./NRes.) Code Day Date Time 1st Child Addl. Child Tues. Nov Dec. 13 9:30-10:30 am $34/$37 $17/$ Tues. Jan Jan. 31 9:30-10:30 am $30/$33 $15/$ Tues. Feb. 7 - Feb. 28 9:30-10:30 am $30/$33 $15/$ Tues. Mar. 6 - Mar. 20 9:30-10:30 am $23/$25 $12/$ Municipal Way in Round Lake Beach Stroller/Walking Club Need an indoor place to walk with your stroller? The Sports Center is the perfect place to be. Participants can walk around the outer perimeter of our indoor soccer field without worrying about weather conditions. There s no need to register, just drop by during the hours of 9:00 am and 3:30 pm. Fees: $1 each time, or purchase a monthly pass for $10 Location: Sports Center PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Age Days Date Time All ages Monday - Friday August - May 9:00-3:30 pm Sports Center Preschool Open Gyms This program is designed to be a non-structured play time for parents and their children. Preschoolers will be able to interact with other preschoolers (and parents) while entertaining themselves with various active equipment such as soccer balls, basketballs, tunnels and tumbling mats. There will be no instructor. Parents will be responsible for their children. Save money by pre-registering! 1-5 yrs. Location: Sports Center Fees: $20 (Parent/Child); $8 (Addl. Child); Room: Indoor Soccer Field $7 (Drop-in Parent/Child); Min/Max: 1/20 $3 (Drop in Addl. Child) PD Contact: Scott McClaskey Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Jan. 4 - Feb. 8 9:30 am - 11:30 am One week prior Wed. Feb Mar. 21 9:30 am - 11:30 am One week prior PROGRAMS AT THE PRAIRIE GRASS NATURE MUSEUM 860 Hart Road in Round Lake Snow Play Scavenger Hunt Have an adventure outside with your family. Get on your snow gear and join us for a romp through the wild while we discover nature s secrets. Limit: 2 children per adult. 1 year & up Room: Fees: $4 per child; No fee for adults Location: Aquatics Ctr. & Nature Museum Nature Museum Min/Max: 7/15 PD Contact: Judy Haddad Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. January 28 10:00 am - 11:00 am Jan. 16 Fleet Foxes Your young scientist will delight in learning about the world outside through stories, games and experiments. Some classes may spend time outside, weather permitting. Pre-registration is required yrs. w/ adult Location: Aquatics Ctr. & Day/Date: Thursdays Nature Museum Time: 10:00-11:00 am Room: Nature Museum Fees: $6 (Res.); $8 (NRes.) PD Contact: Judy Haddad Min/Max: 7/15 Code Class Day Date Deadline Snowflake Science Thurs. Dec. 15 Dec Animal Adaptations Thurs. Jan. 12 Jan Animal Families Thurs. Feb. 2 Jan. 23 Little Oaks Join us for stories, games, activities, and nature explorations geared for your young child. Some classes may spend time outside, weather permitting. Pre-registration and adult participation is required yrs. with adult Location: Aquatics Center & Day/Date: Wednesdays Nature Museum Time: 9:30 am - 10:00 am Room: Nature Museum Fees: $4 (Res./NRes.) PD Contact: Judy Haddad Min/Max: 6/12 Code Class Day Date Deadline Silly Snowflakes Wed. Dec. 7 Nov Hibernation Stations Wed. Jan. 11 Jan Wacky Animal Faces Wed.. Jan. 25 Jan Plant Painting Wed. Feb. 8 Jan Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

41 Help us spread the word Facebook.com/rlapd parent tot Parent Tot Playtime Parents and toddlers have the opportunity to participate in active time together while meeting new people. All sorts of exciting interactive play equipment will be available for your use and will be set up by our program supervisor. Make plans to get together with other parents this fall season. No class on March yrs. Day: Thursday Time: 9:30-11:00 am Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Gym Instructor: Diane Wendt Min/Max: 5/60 PD Contact: Jessica Desens Full Class Fees Daily Fees Parent Addl. Parent Addl. Code Date & Tot Child & Tot Child Jan Mar. 8 $35 $10 $8 $ Mar May 10 $35 $10 $8 $4 PROGRAMS AT THE ROBERT W. ROLEK COMMUNITY CENTER 814 Hart Road in Round Lake Gettin Down & Dirty Know anyone who likes to play with sand, water, dirt, play-dough, paint and all other kinds of goop? We ll do all the work and all you have to do is join us for the fun. A great way to meet other parents in your community! 18 mo. - 4 yrs. Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: E. Multipurpose Rm. Min/Max: 4/15 PD Contact: Joan Ellis Fees (Res./NRes.) Code Day Date Time 1st Child Addl. Child Wed. Nov Dec. 14 9:30-11:00 am $34/$37 $17/$ Wed. Jan Feb. 1 9:30-11:00 am $45/$50 $23/$ Wed. Feb. 8 - Feb. 29 9:30-11:00 am $45/$50 $23/$ Wed. Mar. 7 - Mar. 21 9:30-11:00 am $34/$37 $17/$19 First Experiences This class is recommended for children who have not yet taken classes without a parent. We ll discover the sheer fun of art, music, snacks with friends and lots of entertaining activities as we venture into a world of possibilities! Join your child as they explore this environment and transition into a preschool setting. 3-5 yrs. Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: E. Multipurpose Rm. Min/Max: 4/15 PD Contact: Joan Ellis Fees (Res./NRes.) Code Day Date Time 1st Child Addl. Child Thurs. Dec. 1 - Dec :45-1:15 pm $34/$37 $17/$ Fri. Dec. 2 - Dec. 16 9:30-11:00 am $34/$37 $17/$ Fri. Jan Feb. 10 9:30-11:00 am $56/$62 $28/$ Fri. Feb Mar. 23 9:30-11:00 am $56/$62 $28/$31 Big Hands, Little Hands Big hands will help little hands explore art materials that will engage all five senses. Moms & Dads, join us for a very creative and guaranteed messy time! Best of all, the fun is yours, and the cleanup is ours. Also, a great way to meet parents in your community! No class on Jan. 16, Feb. 20 & Mar mo. - 4 yrs. Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: E. Multipurpose Rm. Min/Max: 4/10 PD Contact: Joan Ellis Fees (Res./NRes.) Code Day Date Time 1st Child Addl. Child Mon. Nov Dec. 12 9:30-11:00 am $34/$37 $17/$ Mon. Jan. 9 - Feb. 6 9:30-11:00 am $45/$50 $23/$ Mon. Feb Mar. 19 9:30-11:00 am $45/$50 $23/$25 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 39

42 parent tot PRESENTED BY THE children s 814 Hart Road in Round Lake; inside the Robert W. Rolek Community Center neighborhood museum Music and Movement Music and Movement 4 Toddlers This class is designed specifically for the busy 1 to 2 year old. Come experience music and activities that will enhance your child s rhythm, balance, large motor and hand-eye coordination development. There will be lots of wigglin and gigglin going on! (6 weeks). No class on Mar. 28. Music and Movement 4 kids Is your 3-5 year old child always in motion? We ll show you how to help them channel their energy in a positive, creative and developmental way through the use of music, movements, and various activities. Let s get movin, movin, movin! (6 weeks). No class on Mar. 28. Evening Music and Movement A totally fun experience for parent and child! This class provides a great opportunity to channel some of that energy still left in the evening when you get home. Not only will you have a great experience with your child, you will also relieve some of your days stress by hoppin n bobbin along too! Your child s rhythm and balance, along with their large motor skills will be enhanced thru the use of this class music, props and activities. Come on down for this evening of fun! ( 6 weeks). No class on Mar. 28. See chart below Location: See chart below Room: See chart below Min/Max: 5/10 Instructor: Diane Wendt PD Contact: Peggy Johnson Register By: One week prior Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes./Memb. Music and Movement 4 Toddlers - in Community Ctr. Dance Studio yrs. Wed. 1/18-2/22 10:15-10:45 am $48/$52/$ yrs. Wed. 3/07-4/18 10:15-10:45 am $48/$52/$46 Music and Movement 4 Kids - in Community Ctr. Dance Studio yrs. Wed. 1/18-2/22 11:00-11:45 am $48/$52/$ yrs. Wed. 3/07-4/18 11:00-11:45 am $48/$52/$46 Evening Music & Movement - in Aquatics Ctr. & Nature Museum Dance Studio yrs. Wed. 1/18-2/22 6:00-6:45 pm $48/$52/$ yrs. Wed. 3/07-4/18 6:00-6:45 pm $48/$52/$46 Musical 1st Steps 4 Infants Help develop your child s language and joy for music in this unique introduction of folktales, traditional songs and rhymes which have been handed down from generation to generation. This class will increase their music intelligence, language flow and neurological connections. There will be lots of tappin, clappin and bouncin going on, bringing lots of wigglin and gigglin and pure delight! Don t miss out! (6 weeks). No class on Mar. 28. Location: Room: 3-12 months Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Dance Studio Min/Max: 4/10 Instructor: Diane Wendt PD Contact: Peggy Johnson Register By: One week prior Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes./Memb mo. Wed. 1/18-2/22 9:15-9:45 am $48/$52/$ mo. Wed. 3/07-4/18 9:15-9:45 am $48/$52/$46 Super Saturdays: Frozen Tundra Let s take a walk on the wet & wild side and see who enjoys living in the snow and ice! Great stories. Dinosaur Mania Travel with us, back into time, when the dinosaurs ruled the land! Dinosaurs are a timeless adventure enjoyed by children generation after generation. 2-5 years Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Room 6 Min/Max: 4/10 PD Contact: Peggy Johnson Register By: One week prior Fees Code Day Date Time (Res./NRes./Memb) Frozen Tundra Sat. Jan. 7 - Jan :00-10:45 am $32/$34/$30 Dinosaur Mania Sat. Feb. 4 - Feb :00-10:45 am $32/$34/$30 40 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

43 parent tot One Hit Wonders: Join us one evening a month for some theme-related learning and fun. Each class will explore it s theme through story, art, hands-on activities and/or games. A great night out for parent and child! Pre-registration required. Feather Furry We will have some fabulous feather fun in honor of our feathered friends, chicks and turkeys! Twinkle, Twinkle Come share the twinkle of the Holiday s magic! Waddle, Waddle Visit the South Pole and enter the Penguin Kingdom. Be Mine, Valentine Join us for a celebration of all things loved! Taking Flight Come fly with us in this fun and magical Kite adventure! We will learn about and make various types of kites. 2-6 years Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Min/Max: 5/12 Room: Neighborhood Activity Center PD Contact: Peggy Johnson Register By: One week prior Fee/ Code Class Day Date Time Child Feather Furry Thurs. Nov. 17 6:00-6:45 pm $ Twinkle, Twinkle Wed. Dec. 21 6:00-6:45 pm $ Waddle, Waddle Thurs. Jan. 19 6:00-6:45 pm $ Be Mine, Valentine Wed. Feb. 8 6:00-6:45 pm $ Taking Flight Thurs. Mar. 15 6:00-6:45 pm $8 PRESENTED BY THE children s neighborhood museum Inside the Robert W. Rolek Community Center Proud Sports Center Sponsor Blooming Einsteins Learning is fun! Your child will be exposed to shapes, colors and numbers through the use of paint, music, stories and manipulative play items. They will be so involved they won t even realize they are learning! See chart below Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Neighborhood Activity Center Min/Max: 4/10 Instructor: Diane Wendt PD Contact: Peggy Johnson Register By: One week prior Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes./Memb yrs. Mon. 1/09-1/30 10:00-10:45 am $32/$34/$ yrs. Mon. 1/09-1/30 6:00-6:45 pm $32/$34/$ yrs. Mon. 2/06-2/27 10:00-10:45 am $32/$34/$ yrs. Mon. 2/06-2/27 6:00-6:45 pm $32/$34/$30 Big Messy Art We ve never met a child that didn t like to experiment with paints, chalk, clay or all manner of goop. Free your child s energy and creativity in this totally messy process art class! Please wear old clothes/shoes to class. They will have the fun here and you will get to go home to a clean house. Lucky you! Location: Room: See chart below Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Neighborhood Activity Center Min/Max: 4/10 Instructor: Diane Wendt PD Contact: Peggy Johnson Register By: Jan. 4 Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes./Memb yrs. Tues. 1/10-1/31 10:00-10:45 am $32/$34/$ yrs. Tues. 1/10-1/31 1:00-1:45 pm $32/$34/$ yrs. Tues. 1/10-1/31 6:00-6:45 pm $32/$34/$30 Cooking Art Kids love art and they love to eat. This class brings together the best of both worlds. Your budding artist will have the fun of creating foods that combine colorful, edible ingredients that can be used to paint, draw, sculpt, and then...they get to gobble their culinary creations, yummy fun for all! See chart below Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Neighborhood Activity Center Min/Max: 4/10 Instructor: Diane Wendt PD Contact: Peggy Johnson Register By: Feb. 1 Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes./Memb yrs. Tues. 2/07-2/28 1:00-1:45 pm $32/$34/$ yrs. Tues. 2/07-2/28 10:00-10:45 am $32/$34/$ yrs. Tues. 2/07-2/28 6:00-6:45 pm $32/$34/$30 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 41

44 children s neighborhood museum Robert W. Rolek Community Center, 814 Hart Road, Round Lake children s neighborhood museum Remember to check out the Prairie Grass Nature Museum classes on pages 20 and 38. Imagine a tot-sized replica of a town built especially for kids or a place where they can drive a car to the grocery store, gas up at the local gas station, be a star on stage or a pizza stand owner! Our Neighborhood is a place where children ages 1-6 practice various roles in a community, challenging themselves to explore, imagine and create, exercising both mind and body. They may even enter the Neighborhood s backyard where they can climb, crawl, slide and be busy bodies in a safe environment! We meet a variety of Illinois State Early Learning Standards that have been developed for Early Childhood Developmental Education. Admission Prices: $5 per child. Tickets can be purchased at the Desk. Maximum capacity is 30 children, so get here early! All children must have an adult chaperone. Closed: Nov and Dec. 3, 24-26, 31. Mornings Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays: 9:30-11:30 am Afternoons Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays: 1:30-3:30 pm Evenings Mondays: 5:30-7:30 pm Wednesdays: 5:00-6:30 pm FREE admission Scheduled open hours are subject to change/cancellation without notice. CHILDREN S MUSEUM tile program You re invited to lend a hand in our ceramic tile handprint sponsorship campaign. We have created a special area in our Children s Neighborhood Museum to display 6x6" ceramic tiles, imprinted with your children s handprints, name and year. The handprints will be displayed for 5 years. Imagine your child s delight in being a part of this magical museum. For more information, please contact Peggy Johnson at , ext Fee Fee Code One 6x6" Tile Two 6x6" Tiles $10 $15 Tile purchased at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center, 814 Hart Road, Round Lake. 42 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

45 children s neighborhood museum BIRTHDAY PARTY & private group rentals Private Group/School Rentals Private group rentals are available Thursdays & Fridays from 9 am to 3 pm. Rentals are 90 minutes. Longer rentals are available for an additional charge. A $25, non-refundable deposit is required to hold your reservation, which will apply towards your final balance. Rentals include an appreciation gift for each child and a coupon to visit with their family at a later date. Note: Private group rentals cannot be booked on Saturdays or Sundays during the hours of 12-6 pm. Private Group Rental Cost 90 minute rental/$5 per child; minimum 10 children/ 30 maximum One adult per 10 children/maximum 30 (Free admission tickets, punch card passes and/or discounts for multiple child families are not accepted for private group rentals.) We also have a wonderful Prairie Grass Nature Museum, which we can add to your visit upon availability. (An additional $2 per child fee will apply.) Birthday Party Rentals Give your child the best birthday party in the neighborhood our Children s Neighborhood Museum, that is! We supply two hours of non-stop fun. The first 75 minutes take place in the actual Neighborhood Play Zone, then the next 45 minutes are in the adjacent room where you serve food/cake/beverages and/or open presents. Included in the party price is an I had my birthday at the Children s Neighborhood Museum t-shirt and a Happy Birthday helium filled balloon for the birthday child, plus an appreciation gift for each child which includes a coupon to visit us on another day. We will cover the tables with plastic tablecloths. Birthday party rentals can be scheduled on weekends or on weekdays subject to availability. Reservations are necessary and we require a non-refundable $25 deposit to hold your reservation, which will be applied towards the balance of your party. Saturday Birthday Times: 12:00-2:00 pm 2:00-4:00 pm 4:00-6:00 pm Sunday Birthday Times: 11:00-1:00 pm 1:00-3:00 pm 3:00-5:00 pm Weekday Times: Varying times on Thursdays and Fridays Up to 10 children - $100 (weekdays); $115 (weekends) $5 for every child above the minimum. Maximum number of children is adult per 10 children required. Birthday Party extras: Add party hats and a helium filled balloon for each child. Cost: $2/child. Traditional games with prizes organized by our staff. Cost: $2/child. Additional time may be added upon availability. Cost: $25/half hour. For the food and cake serving portion of your party, a larger room (accommodating up to 90 people) may be available. Please inquire when setting up your rental reservation. Cost: $75/hour. For group or birthday party rentals, please call and ask for Peggy Johnson, extension 248 or her at children s neighborhood museum The following hours have been reserved for the exclusive use of our museum members. Members may also visit during any open hour session. Mornings: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays Afternoons: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays Evenings: Tuesdays 8:30-9:30 am 12:00-1:00 pm 5:30-7:30 pm Closed: Closed: Nov and Dec. 3, 24-26, 31. ANNUAL CHILDREN S MUSEUM membership opportunities Family Memberships: $85 Free admission until June 30, 2012 for up to two adults and two children in the same household You may add an additional child for $25; Grandparent or Child Care Provider for $10 ea. Each child will receive a FREE museum t-shirt Enjoy Members-Only hours Receive a 10% discount on birthday party or private rentals Purchase a membership and a tile sponsorship at the same time and receive an additional discount. Special membership rates offered on Museum Parent/Tot classes Our quarterly newsletter provides early notice of our upcoming events, exhibit openings and lets you know when priority registration is available Join and Save! Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 43

46 children s neighborhood museum Please turn to pages for Parent-Tot classes in the Neighborhood HAPPENINGS AT THE children s neighborhood museum children s neighborhood museum Dates November 7 & 28 December 5 & 19 January 2, 16 & 30 February 6 & 20 WHAT S YOUR GUESS? Each month, we ll fill a jar filled with some seasonal themed item. All you have to do is guess the quantity. The family who gets it right (or the closest to it) and the first runner up wins a prize! This activity is for Children s Neighborhood Museum members and/or paying visitors only. One guess per family, please. STORYTIME IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD Visit the Children's Neighborhood Museum on pre-selected Monday nights for 'storytime.' A small story-related activity will follow afterwards. Storytime will be at 6:30 pm for Museum members and/or paying open hour patrons that evening. Time: 6:30-7:30 during open hours Location: In the activity room attached to the museum Fee: Regular admission prices apply *Story title subject to change without notice. Story/Author* Pancakes, Pancakes, by Eric Carle Dream Snow, by Eric Carle The Mitten, by Jan Brett The Three Snow Bears, by Jan Brett CHILDREN S THEATRE Join us as the Neighborhood Players present: The Magical Land of Oz The timeless tale of four friends who set forth on a journey to have their greatest wishes granted by the great and powerful Wizard of Oz. While not an adaptation of the famous MGM film, this version offers all our favorite characters and fun musical numbers. January 16 at 10:30 am: Robert W. Rolek Community Center, East Multipurpose Room The Tale of Beauty and the Beast In order to save her mother s life, the beautiful and kind Belle trades her freedom and agrees to live in a castle with a horrible beast. What happens next is the timeless tale of a horrible beast transformed into a handsome prince through the power of love. February 20 at 10:30 am: Robert W. Rolek Community Center, East Multipurpose Room Puss in Boots This fun, musical tale tells the story of a clever cat who helps his master rid the land of a powerful ogre, find a new home in a castle, become a noble man and marry a princess all in one day. Pretty amazing for a cat, huh? But this isn t just any cat, it s the amazing Puss in Boots! March 28 at 10:30 am: Robert W. Rolek Community Center, East Multipurpose Room All tickets cost $3/person if pre-purchased; $4/person at the door (unless otherwise noted). Shows will be cancelled if not enough tickets are sold prior to the performance. Please call for availability. SPECIAL EVENTS Stories Come Alive Come share in this truly exciting reading adventure and witness how stories come alive. This program is totally interactive between the children and the storyteller! Refreshments and a snack will be served afterwards. This event is in collaboration with our Child Development Center and their Scholastic Book Fair. Items may be purchased and taken home that evening. Tickets available at registration. Code Date Time Fees Location Nov. 30 6:30 to $6/child; Robert W. Rolek Comm. Ctr. 8:00 pm $1/adult East Multipurpose Rm. Holiday Fest s Festival of Lights Get in the spirit during our Festival of Lights walk through the Children s Neighborhood Museum. This delightful light show is part of our popular Holiday Festival event on December 3th, and features live holiday carolers singing many traditional favorites. Date Time Fee Location Dec. 3 2:00-5:00 pm FREE Robert W. Rolek Comm. Center, Children s Neighborhood Milk-N-Cookies With Santa Come join us for this festive event! There will be exciting games and crafts for you to participate in, along with playing in the Neighborhood. Santa will also be available for you to sit on his lap and tell him your gift wishes! Please bring your own cameras if you would like to take advantage of this photo op with Santa! Then, before everyone leaves, Santa will read a wonderful Holiday story and join you for some milkn-cookies. This event will be approx. 1.5 hours and suited best for children 1-6 yrs old. Space is limited, so purchase your tickets early. Code Date Time Fees Location Dec :00 to $10/child Robert W. Rolek Comm. Ctr. 11:30 pm Children's Neighborhood Happy New Year In The Neighborhood School s out for the Holiday break so come join us at our Children s Neighborhood Museum New Year Celebration! There will be games, prizes, food and a whole lot of hootin' going on! The event will be 1.5 hours and ideal for children 2-6 years of age! Limited space available so purchase your tickets early! Deadline: Dec. 20. Code Date Time Fees Location Dec :00 - $10/child Robert W. Rolek 11:30 am Gymnasium Community Center Cupids Cupcakes- A Musical Event Join us this Valentine s Day with your youngest Valentine(s) for a magical evening of Music with Marc. There will be a lot of clappin, tappin, and singing, followed by refreshments and a special Valentine s Day treat! This musical event will be fun for the whole family and a great memory maker for your littlest loved ones. Each child will receive a Valentine s gift to take home. Pre-purchased tickets are required. Deadline to purchase tickets is Feb. 7th. Suitable for all ages. Code Date Time Fee Location Feb. 14 6:30 pm $6/person Robert W. Rolek Comm. Ctr., $1/adult East. Multipurpose Rm. COMING SOON: Awesome Teeth and Good Things to Eat Magic Show Feb. 23 at 10:00 am Mr. Rabbit s Spring Party March Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

47 renwood golf course Spend more time driving on the course and less time driving to it. Visit Renwood! Try our Swing Analyzer With the help of our Vector Pro Swing Analyzer your game can improve no matter what the weather. Our analyzer lets golfers immediately see and record data that shows the effect of even the slightest changes in grip, swing and stance. We can tell you your ball speed, launch angle, back spin, side spin, side angle and ball calculations all from indoors! Plus, you have the opportunity for PGA Professional, Brad Rouse or internationally acclaimed golf teacher and Assistant Professional, Mike Perez, to fine tune your swing and perform a club fitting. Imagine how impressed your golf buddies will be when you come out swinging this spring! Call for more info! Permanent Weekend Tee Times Saturdays and Sundays from April 16th through September 18th. Permanent tee times are available on first come, first serve basis for a $25 per person ($100 per foursome) charge. Permanent tee times forms are available at Golfers will be responsible for filling their time each week unless they cancel four days in advance. Failure to do this will result in a $10 charge per no-show for season pass-holders and the cost of the missed greens fee for non-passholders. Renwood Daily Fees Monday - Friday...$20 Twilight after 3 p.m...$18 Discounted Junior/Senior Rates Monday - Friday...$17 (Junior rates also available after 10:00 am on weekends and holidays.) 9 Hole Rate...$16 Sat./Sun./Holidays**...$28 SAT./SUN./HOLIDAYS EARLY BIRD HOUR 9 Hole...$20 Twilight after 3:00 pm...$26 *Identification required. **Holidays include Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor day. Renwood s Special Rates 10 Play Tickets...$170 Save $3 per weekday round* 60+ Discount...$18 Monday-Friday anytime Junior Discount...$17 Mon.-Fri. anytime, and after 10:00 am on weekends and holidays Corporate Golf Passes...$680 Good for 40 greens fees anytime 701 E. Shorewood Rd, Round Lake Beach For more information on permanent tee times and to check if your preferred time is available, contact the Renwood Golf Shop at Tee Times Reservation Policy For those without permanent tee times, weekend, weekday and holiday tee times may be reserved up to 30 days in advance and be made in person, over the phone, or at A Mastercard, Visa, AmEx, or Discover card will be required to hold all tee times for groups of 12 or more. Renwood s Golf Shop Renwood s full service Golf Shop has top quality, name brand golf equipment. Clubs range from beginner sets to the exotics. There s a full range of golf bags, shoes, gloves, balls and accessories all at competitive prices. Custom orders are welcome. New grips, refinishing and club repairs are also available. Dress Code Attire must be in keeping with the standards of the sport. Bathing suits, cut-offs, and short shorts are not proper dress. Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times. All players wear shirts that conform to proper golf attire. Renwood is a non-metal spike facility. RATES & FEES: 40 9 Hole Round Cart Card...$220 Friday Senior Special...$25/player 18 holes with cart before noon Tuesday Twilight...$17/walking; $28 riding Play all day Tuesdays for our twilight rates Value Packages MONDAY - FRIDAY (ANYTIME): 18 Holes with cart...$29 9 Holes with cart...$20 WEEKENDS (ANYTIME): 18 Holes with cart...$37 9 Holes with cart...$25 Rentals & Charges Power Carts - Must be 18 and present with a valid driver s license 9 Holes per person...$10 18 Holes per person...$16 Twilight per person (up to 18 holes)..$11 Pull Cart Rental...$2 Club Rental...$10 USGA/CDGA Handicap*...$25 * Required for most events at Renwood. RECENT NEWS: Starting this winter, lunch will be available in the clubhouse. Please call for hours. Looking for a way to cure those winter blues? Use our Swing Analyzer in the Pro-Shop to fine tune your swing - it will be a whole new game in the Spring! Clubhouse Rentals Our spacious clubhouse is available during the months of November - February for private party rentals. This location can comfortably accommodate 60 people. Tables and chairs are included, and you may bring in your own food. Room rental is $50 per hour and the clubhouse will be available until 9:00 pm. Please call Brad Rouse at for more information. Driving Range Buckets Warm-up Bucket...$4 25 balls. Can be purchased with a token only ideal for early mornings on weekends and league players. Medium Bucket...$8 70 balls. Can be purchased with cash or multi-bucket micro-key obtainable inside the clubhouse. Jumbo Bucket...$ balls. Can be purchased with cash or a multi-bucket micro-key obtainable in the clubhouse. Range Micro-Key Discounts $ 50-E-Key...A $55 value! $100-E-Key...A $120 value! $200-E-Key..A $260 value! Best Buy Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 45

48 performing arts Special Packet Required to Register for All Dance Classes 9-Months in Length. 9-Month Dance Programs Pre-Ballet Our pre-ballet classes for 3-yearolds focus on music and movement in a format especially suited to this age group. We will teach the very basic beginnings of ballet, but will also encourage free movement and creativity. Must be toilet trained. Tap & Ballet Our excellent teaching staff offers classes in tap and ballet for beginner through advanced/intermediate. The season ends with our annual Dance Recital presented at the Round Lake High School Theatre. Jr. Jazz Junior Jazz provides a good preparation for our regular jazz classes. Three levels are offered and we recommend completing one year in each, unless the instructor suggests otherwise. All classes have the opportunity of performing in our annual Dance Recital presented at the Round Lake High School Theatre. Jazz Beginners should register for Intro. to Jazz if they are 10 years or older (9 year olds may register if they have completed two years of ballet training). Jazz shoes and dance wear available through registration. All classes have the opportunity to perform in our annual Dance Recital. Jazz Funk Be prepared to learn various jazz funk steps as seen in music videos and more. Class will consist of a warm-up, stretch and dance combinations. Jazz shoes and dance wear available through registration. All classes have the opportunity to perform in our annual Dance Recital. Modern A type of dance best described as a cross between ballet and jazz, modern dance concentrates on free flowing movements, often done barefoot. Class will include warm up, stretching, etc. followed by combinations using the different styles of modern dance pioneers. LEVELS: (Teacher recommendation required for all levels except Intro to Modern): l Intro to Modern Must have completed at least 3 years of dance; for children ages 7+. l Modern 1 Must have completed Intro to Modern. l Modern 2 l Advanced/Intermediate Modern Accelerated Ballet and Accelerated Tap Our Accelerated Ballet & Accelerated Tap programs are carefully designed for girls and boys who would like to study these disciplines more seriously. LEVELS*: Level 1 For ages 7-9 Level 2 For ages 10 & up *Teacher recommendation required for levels 2 and up. For more information, please call Dance Coordinator, Jessica Desens at Adv. Intermediate Ballet, Adv. Intermediate Tap & Adv. Intermediate Jazz Our Advanced Intermediate classes are for the more experienced ballet students who wish to work on technique and style. Teacher invitation/recommendation required. deadline for all 9-month classes is December 1, 2011 no exceptions. Programs run from Sept May Days & times will vary. For questions, please contact Jessica Desens at Monthly Fees Program Age Location Room Res./NRes. Pre-Ballet 3 by Sept. 1, 2011 Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Dance Studio $31/$44 Tap and Ballet 4 & up Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Dance Studio $32/$45-45 min. class (4 by Sept. 1, 2011) $33/$47-1-hr. class $35/$ hr. class $36/$ hr. class Jr. Jazz 7-9 yrs. (7 by Sept. 2011) Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Dance Studio $32/$45-45 min. class $34/$49-1-hr. class Jazz* 10 by Sept. 1, 2011 Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Dance Studio $33/$47 (9 with ballet training) Jazz Funk 10 by Sept. 1, 2011 Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Dance Studio $33/$47 Modern (All levels) 7 by Sept. 1, 2011 Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Dance Studio $34/$47 Accelerated Ballet & 7-9 yrs. (Level 1) Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Dance Studio $33/$47 Accelerated Tap** 10 yrs. & up (Level 2) $33/$47 Adv. Intermediate Ballet, 12 yrs. & up Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Dance Studio $33/$47 Tap and Jazz* * Teacher recommendation required. **Teacher recommendation required for levels 3 and up. Dress code for the Studio of Dance: Pre-Ballet/Creative Movement: Pink Tights Pink Ballet Shoes (girls) Solid Colored Leotard Ballet Skirt (optional) Ballet Sweater/Shrug (optional) Tap & Ballet Combination Classes: Pink Tights Pink Ballet Shoes (girls) Solid Colored Leotard Black Tap Shoes Ballet Skirt (optional) Ballet Sweater/Shrug (optional) Accelerated Ballet: Pink Tights Pink Ballet Shoes (pointe shoes when recommended) Solid Colored Leotard Ballet Skirt (optional) Ballet Sweater/Shrug (optional) Accelerated Tap: Tan or Black Tights Black Oxford Tap Shoes Solid Colored Leotard Jazz Pants/Shorts (optional) Jazz/Jazz Funk/Modern: Tan or Black Tights Black Jazz Shoes/Sneakers Solid Colored Leotard Jazz Pants/Shorts (optional) 46 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

49 Beginning Dance: l l l DANCE Creative Movement is designed for to 3 year olds. This class uses an age-appropriate format to explore different movements, rhythm and an overall feel for music. Child must be 2 by June 1, Note: No class on Mar. 28 & 29. Pre-Ballet Our pre-ballet classes for 3 year olds focus on music and movement in a format especially suited to this age group. We will teach the very basic beginnings of ballet but will also encourage free movement and creativity. Must be 3 by class start date. No Class on March 27 and 29, Intro to Tap and Ballet. This dance class will introduce boys and girls alike to the fundamentals of ballet and tap. Shoes and dancewear can be purchased through the park district. Must be 4 by Class start date. Note: No class on Mar. 26, 27 & 29. performing arts For questions regarding any of these classes, please contact Jessica Desens at Fees Code Age Day Date Time Location Room Res./NRes. Creative Movement Wed. Jan Feb. 15 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $55/$ Thurs. Jan Feb :00 am - 10:25 am Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $55/$ Wed. Feb Apr. 11 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $55/$ Thurs. Mar. 1 - Apr :00 am - 10:25 am Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $55/$65 Pre-Ballet Tues. Jan Feb. 14 9:45 am - 10:15 am Aquatic Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-Full $51/$ Thurs. Jan Feb. 16 2:15 pm - 2:45 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-2 $51/$ Tues. Feb Apr. 10 9:45 am - 10:15 am Aquatic Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-Full $51/$ Thurs. Mar. 1 - Apr. 12 2:15 pm - 2:45 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-2 $51/$61 Intro to Tap and Ballet Mon. Jan. 9 - Feb. 13 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm Aquatic Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-Full $52/$ Thurs. Jan Feb. 16 2:45 pm - 3:30 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $52/$ Tues. Jan Feb :15 am - 11:00 am Aquatic Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-Full $52/$ Mon. Feb Apr. 9 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm Aquatic Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-Full $52/$ Thurs. Mar. 1 - Apr. 12 2:45 pm - 3:30 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $52/$ Tues. Feb Apr :15 am - 11:00 am Aquatic Center & Nature Museum Dance Studio-Full $52/$65 Adult Dance Classes: l l Adult Ballet. This class concentrates on basic ballet techniques. Perfect for beginners or dancers with previous experience who wish to renew their skills. Adult Tap. Learn basic tap combinations while concentrating on rhythm, timing and moving to fun music. All skill levels are welcome. For questions regarding any of these classes, please contact Jessica Desens at Fees Code Age Day Date Time Location Room Res./NRes. Adult Ballet Mon. Jan Mar. 19 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $58/$ Mon. Apr. 2 - May 21 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $58/$72 Adult Tap Wed. Feb. 1 - Mar. 21 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $58/$ Wed. Apr. 4 - May 23 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Robert W. Rolek Community Center Dance Studio-1 $42/$52 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 47

50 performing arts MUSIC Music for Little Mozarts Piano Keyboard Program for Ages 4-6 Join the adventures of Beethoven Bear and Mozart Mouse as they travel from playroom to the practice room to the recital hall! Music for Little Mozarts integrates age-appropriate piano instruction with musicianship activities to promote overall musical development. Skills taught include keyboard technique and performance, as well as, listening, pitch matching, singing, rhythm, movement and music appreciation. Students should have a piano or keyboard at home for practice. Parents may choose either group lessons or private lessons. Instructed by Marc Nicholson. No class March 27. Location: Fee Code Level Day Date Time Res./NRes Book 1, Level 1 Tues. Jan Feb. 21 3:00-3:45 pm $70/$ Book 1, Level 2 Tues. Jan Feb. 21 3:45-4:30 pm $70/$ Book 1, Level 1 Tues. Mar. 6 - Apr. 24 3:45-4:30 pm $70/$ Book 1, Level 2 Tues. Mar. 6 - Apr. 24 3:00-3:45 pm $70/$ Private Lessons Tues. Nov Dec. 20 $79/$ Private Lessons Tues. Dec Jan. 17 Scheduled $79/$ Private Lessons Tues. Jan Feb. 14 by instructor $79/$ Private Lessons Tues. Feb Mar. 20 $79/$ Private Lessons Tues. Mar Apr. 10 $79/$ Continuing Music Tues. Jan Feb. 21 4:30-5:15 pm $70/$ Continuing Music Tues. Mar. 6 - Apr. 24 4:30-5:15 pm $70/$75 Fees: Location: 4-6 years Robert W. Rolek Community Center 10 years & up $75 (Res.); $85 (NRes.) Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Room 116 Min/Max: 4/6 PD Contact: Jessica Desens Guitar Class This eight session class provides an introduction to guitar. The lessons will include instruction in general topics such as guitar tuning, flatpicking and fingerpicking techniques, music theory, chord progressions and much more. Taught by Stacy Lucht, this class is for beginning students who would like to learn the basics before beginning private lessons. Room: Room 115 Min/Max: 5/10 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Jan Feb. 29 7:00-8:00 pm One week prior Private Voice Lessons Voice students will be provided intense training in the basics of vocal production and song interpretation. The personal attention needed to improve their vocal abilities, stage presence and self-confidence will be provided by a competent and caring instructor. Call Jessica Desens at , ext. 247 for more information. Lesson times are scheduled by our instructor. Students can choose one-half hour or one one-hour lessons per week. Lessons are payable on a 4 week basis. Participants may start or stop their lessons whenever they choose in 4-week blocks. 7 years & up Room: Room 116 Fees: $79 (4, 1 2-hour lessons); $155 (4, 1-hr. lessons) Min/Max: PD Contact: 1/15 Jessica Desens Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Day Code Date & Time Room Deadline Jan. 3 - Jan Scheduled Feb. 4 - Feb. 28 by instructor Mar. 3 - Mar Ongoing Private Piano/Guitar Lessons Whether you choose to study piano or guitar the beginning student will learn the foundations of playing the instrument while learning fun songs. Intermediate thru advanced students will study scales, progressions, and tone production. Whether you are a beginner or a former student wishing to brush up on your skills our qualified instructor, Stacy Lucht, will help you reach your goals. (Fee is for 6 lessons.) Please call Christi Nicholson at , ext 231 to schedule your lesson time. There may be an additional fee of $30 for lesson books payable at the first lesson. 7 years & up Fees: $140 (Res./NRes.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Min/Max: 1/30 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Register By: is ongoing Day Fees Code Date & Time Room (Res./NRes.) Nov Jan /112 $140 Scheduled Jan. 9 - Feb. 18 by instructor 111/112 $ Feb Mar $140 FREE COMMUNITY BAND CONCERT: Featuring Gustar Holst s The Planets November 13 at 2:30 pm at The VIillage of Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center Join the Round Lake Area Community Band This enthusiastic group of musicians is looking for new members. All types of musicians and ability levels are welcome. Membership is available to high school age musicians or older, including those who want to restart their playing. Come join this group and enjoy its welcoming and relaxed atmosphere and many performance opportunities. No auditions necessary! To join, stop by any rehearsal or call Christi Nicholson at extension 231 or Bill Zeigler at All instruments are welcome but we especially need percussionists and low brass instruments such as trombone, baritone, euphonium, french horn and tuba. Note: There is a $50 yearly membership fee to participate in the band. It can be made all at once or in payments ($20 in September; $20 in January; $10 in June). Rehearsal: Location: Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m. Indian Hill School on Lotus Drive, Round Lake Heights 48 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

51 THEATRE performing arts The Neighborhood Players The Neighborhood Players are a select group of theatre artists dedicated to performing for children and their families. This unique group performs at various locations throughout the year in addition to performances right here at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center. Book a Show: The Neighborhood Players are a touring group fully capable of bringing a fun theatre experience to your event. Call Christi Nicholson at , ext NEIGHBORHOOD PLAYERS WINTER SCHEDULE 2011/2012 Rough Night at the North Pole In this delightful holiday farce Noodle is angry at Santa Claus for having put coal in his stockings and plans to ruin Christmas. He and his reluctant companion Missy get Santa locked up in the North Pole jail, and proceed to deliver lumps of coal to all the children in the world. But never fear Santa breaks free and sets things straight ensuring a Merry Christmas for one and all. The Magical Land of Oz The timeless tale of four friends who set forth on a journey to have their greatest wishes granted by the great and powerful Wizard of Oz. While not an adaptation of the famous MGM film, this version offers all our favorite characters and fun musical numbers. The Tale of Beauty and the Beast In order to save her mother s life, the beautiful and kind Belle trades her freedom and agrees to live in a castle with a horrible beast. What happens next is the timeless tale of a horrible beast transformed into a handsome prince through the power of love. Puss in Boots This fun musical tale tells the story of a clever cat who helps his master rid the land of a powerful ogre, find a new home in a castle, become a noble man and marry a princess all in one day. A Storybook Surprise Who doesn t love surprises? And this show will be full of them and lots of fun but will there be princesses or pirates witches or fairies? We re not telling. IT S A SURPRISE! You ll just have to come an find out. PERFORMANCE DATE TIME LOCATION Rough Night at the North Pole Dec. 2 Dec. 4 7:00 pm 2:00 pm The Village of Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center College of Lake County The Magical Land of Oz Jan. 15 Jan. 16 2:00 pm 10:30 am The Village of Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center Robert W. Rolek Community Center, East Multipurpose Room The Tale of Beauty and the Beast Feb. 12 2:00 pm College of Lake County Feb. 19 2:00 pm The Village of Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center Feb :30 am Robert W. Rolek Community Center, East Multipurpose Room Mar :30 am Robert W. Rolek Community Center, East Multipurpose Room Puss in Boots Mar. 11 Mar. 28 2:00 pm 10:30 am College of Lake County Robert W. Rolek Community Center, East Multipurpose Room A Storybook Surprise Apr. 22 Apr. 29 2:00 pm 2:00 pm College of Lake County The Village of Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center Robert W. Rolek Community Center and Children s Neighborhood Museum, 814 Hart Road, Round Lake: Purchase advanced tickets at the registration desk: $3/person; $4/performance day VENUE TICKET INFORMATION* College of Lake County, W. Washington, Grayslake: Tickets are $5 per person and can be purchased through the CLC box office by calling The Village of Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center, 2007 Civic Center Way, RLB: Tickets are $5/person at the door or in advance by calling *Note: We may cancel a performance if advance ticket sales are low. If you plan to purchase tickets at the door, please call for availability. Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 49

52 performing arts THEATRE Upcoming Programs & Auditions Rising Stars! Children's Theatre Club will present: -or- If your child just can t wait to get on the stage this is the class you ve been waiting for. Designed with our youngest thespians in mind the children in this class will learn songs, dances and a little bit of dialogue as they rehearse a short musical version of Sleeping Beauty or Aladdin. They ll also get creative as they make the set, costumes, and props for their show. Fee includes theatre instructors, rehearsal materials and a club t-shirt. No Class April 2 & April 30. Performances Dates: The final performance will be presented on May 28. Times and location are yet to be decided. Fees: Location: 4-6 years $79 (Res.); $85 (NRes.) Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. For ages 4-7 Room: East Multipurpose Rm. Min/Max: 10/20 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Code Day Date Time Deadline Session 1: Sleeping Beauty Sat. Feb May 19 9:15 am - 10:45 am One week prior Session 2: Aladdin Sat. Feb May 19 11:00 am - 12:30 pm One week prior The Studio 13! Musical Theatre Club will present: For ages 5-14 Learn the process of putting on a show in this fun workshop style class. Participants will learn basic acting singing and dancing skills while preparing for a fully staged production. No experience or auditions necessary! Every participant will receive a role appropriate for their age and performance level. Fee includes theatre instructors, rehearsal materials, a show t-shirt and two tickets to the show. No Class April 14. Additional Rehearsal Dates: May 7-10 & May from 6:30-8:30 pm. Performances Dates: May 19 at 7:00 pm & May 19 & 20 at 2:00 pm at Park School Campus Stage. Storyline: Roald Dahl s timeless story of the world famous candy man and his quest to find and heir comes to life in this stage adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which features songs from the classic family film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. The memorable score features The Candy Man, Pure Imagination, Oompa Loompa, and I Want it Now by Academy and Grammy award winners Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, neatly fitted into a new script adapted under the auspices of the Dahl estate. Fees: Location: 5-14 years $125 (Res.); $135 (NRes.) Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: East Multipurpose Rm. Min/Max: 30/60 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. Feb May 17 1:00-3:00 pm One week prior 50 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

53 THEATRE performing arts Upcoming Programs & Auditions The Studio 13! Young Actors Workshop will present: For grades 3-8 Dying to get on stage but singing and dancing is not your thing? This workshop is for you! In rehearsals you will participate in theatrical warm-ups, learn how to use your face, voice, and body to create a developed character, learn line memorization techniques and much more. Plus you'll get to experience the thrill of live performance when we present James and the Giant Peach complete with costumes, props, scenery, lights and sound. No experience necessary. Every participant will receive a roll appropriate for their age and performance level. Fee includes theatre instructors, 2 tickets to one of the final performances, and a production t-shirt. Additional Rehearsal Dates: May 7-10 and May from 6:30-8:30 pm. Performances Dates: May 19 at 7:00 pm. and May 19 & 20 at 2:00 pm at Park School Campus Stage. Dramatized by Richard R. George based on the book by Roald Dahl Storyline: James Henry Trotter, an orphan with terrible aunts for guardians, gets his chance to escape his miserable life when he climbs into a giant magical peach which is also home to several human like bugs. When the giant peach rolls out to sea bringing a sticky end to James' evil aunts Sponge and Spiker James and his friends are off on an hilarious adventure complete with seagulls, sharks, cloud people and more until the friends find themselves safely across the ocean in New York City. Grade: Fees: Location: 3rd - 8th Grades $99 (Res.); $110 (NRes.) Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Senior Center Min/Max: 15/20 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. Feb May 12 11:00 am - 1:00 pm One week prior The Park District reserves the right to change the show title to better accommodate participants. The Advanced Musical Theatre Workshop will present: Grades 3-10 & Auditions are on March 17 from 9:00 am-1:00 p.m. at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center Admittance into this workshop is by audition only. Auditions are for performers in grades Please call Christi Nicholson at , ext. 231 or to schedule an audition time. Storyline for The Music Man, Jr: This bright musical follows the fast-talking traveling salesman Harold Hill as he cons the people of River City, Iowa into buying instruments and uniforms for a boy s band he vows to organize this despite he fact he doesn t know a trombone from a treble clef. His plans to skip town with the cash are foiled when he falls for Marian, the librarian, who transforms him into a respectable citizen by curtain s fall. Storyline for Sleepy Hollow: When schoolmaster Ichabod Crane arrives in the small town of Sleepy Hollow, he is immediately attracted to the beautiful and wealthy Katrina Van Tassel. This infuriates Katrina s jealous boyfriend Brom Bones who makes it his mission to rid the town of Ichabod Crane. When Brom throws him out of a party to walk home alone, Ichabod Crane is never seen again. Was he the victim of the ghost of the Headless Horseman or Brom Bones? You decide in this classic ghost story. This workshop is designed for the older more experienced performer to take their training to the next level. Participants will work on polishing their singing, dancing and acting skills as they rehearse a fully staged performance. Admittance into this workshop is by audition only. If cast in the show, there is a production fee which includes theatre instructors, vocal coaching, rehearsal materials, production requirements, two tickets to one of the final performances and a production t-shirt. No Class March 28 & 31 and April 11 & 14. Mandatory Parent Meeting and Read Through: March 21, 2011 from 6:30-8:30p.m. at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center. Additional Rehearsal Dates: June and June from 6:30-8:30 pm. Performances Dates: June 22, 23 & 24. Location: Park School Campus Stage. Grade: Fees: 3rd - 10th $150 (Res.); $159 (NRes.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Senior Center Min/Max: 15/35 PD Contact: Christi Nicholson Days/Times Code Date (Meets 2 Days/Week) Deadline Mar June 16 Wed.: 6:30-8:30 pm One week prior Sat.: 11:00-1:00 pm Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 51

54 performing arts THEATRE Upcoming Programs & Auditions The Round Lake Area Park District Community Theatre Wants You To Audition For: Ages 8 & up Auditions are on Feb. 13 & 15 at 6:30 at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center Auditions consist of cold readings from the script and singing music from the show which will be taught at the audition. We will be casting approximately 40 performers ages 8 to adult. For more information or a complete list of characters, please Christi Nicholson at Tentative Performances Dates will be: April 20 at 7:00 pm and April 21 at 2:00 pm. Location to be announced. Audition Workshop for The Rockin Tale of Snow White Tuesday, February 7 from 6:30-7:30 pm. at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center Designed with inexperienced thespians in mind, participants will be taught material that will be used in the audition, learn the audition process, along with tips and secrets on how to get the part. Anyone who wants to get a head start on the audition material is welcome, but special attention will be given to beginners. Note: Audition workshops are free and no registration is required. Participant may want to bring $2 to purchase a practice CD. This is not required, and may not be available at all workshops. CDs will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis, and will be available only while supplies last. Storyline: Oh no! Not another Snow White Play! But have no fear! This fresh and funny adaptation will make even the most jaded folks laugh out loud as it expands the Brothers Grimm tale with new characters who have always lived between the lines of the classic fairy tale. This version, using a fun frame story of a contemporary mom reading to her bickering children, is loaded with bright new faces and comedic twists. We meet a gaggle of forest animals, friendly Dwarf Villagers, a troupe of ladies in waiting with a penchant for limericks, the huntsman s squabbling conscience and even a rapping magic mirror. Musical styles of all genres fuse to create a rousing mixture of hip hop, rock and roll, doo wop and more! This Production Has A Pay What You Can Matinee: April 14 at 2:00 pm on the Park Campus Stage On special dates only, the standard ticket price does not apply. YOU decide the ticket price and pay what you can. Keep in mind, these shows are not FREE. You must make some sort of donation. No advanced tickets will be sold for these shows. Admittance is first come first serve. Celebrate your birthday with the Round Lake Area Park District Community Theatre You say it s your birthday? Well gather all your friends and come to any of our magical children s shows for a one of a kind birthday treat. We have two great packages available for any size party and budget. All birthday parties can be scheduled anytime there is a show playing at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center. Time in the party room may be scheduled before or after the show. Parties with Character may be scheduled at any time since they are not dependent on a show. Characters you can choose: Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Belle, Princess Jasmine or The Genie and Captain Jack the Pirate All parties must be booked at least two weeks in advance. Call Christi Nicholson at ext. 231 to schedule your party. PACKAGE 2 DELUXE PARTY PACKAGE $155 for 10 children/$9 each additional child Includes: - Themed invitations for each guest - Admission to a play for each guest, or - Crafts led by costumed characters ("Parties with Character") - Themed treat bags for each child - A room to have cake (not supplied) and open presents - Paper goods - Party attendant who will decorate a room in the theme and help you set up and clean up - Principle character from play/or character of choice will visit and lead party children in some traditional party games for prizes PACKAGE 1 $115 for 10 children/$9 each additional child Includes: - Themed invitations for each guest - Admission to the play for each guest - Themed treat bags for each child - A room to have cake (not supplied) and open presents PRIVATE PARTIES $300 The Neighborhood Players are available to perform for your child s birthday anytime. You choose the day and time and invite as many people as you wish. You get your own private showing of one of our shows, themed invitations, room for performance and cake and presents. Character meet and greet after the show. Add treat bags for each child to this package for $4 per child. 52 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

55 10 Top Green Tips for Winter 1. Use LED holiday lights. 2. Buy local for your Christmas tree such as Richardson s Tree Farm. prairie grass nature museum 3. We all need to wash our hands to ward off cold and flu viruses. No need for fancy, yet harmful sanitizing products. Plain soap and water is just as effective! 4. Staying in for lunch? Make sure your lunch bag is made from non-toxic materials such as cotton, BPA-free plastic or stainless steel. 5. Try using a reusable coffee mug. If you re stopping at your local coffee shop, you could receive a discount for using your own container, or go all out and get one that s BPA-free. 6. Letting your car warm up on cold, snowy mornings uses up a lot of fuel. Consider planning your day so you spend less time in the car. Welcome to the Prairie Grass Nature Museum Come visit us! There s always something new going on. Winter Hours Tues., Wed. & Thurs. Wed. and Thurs. Sat. 7. Programming your thermostat to keep your house colder at night or when you are away can save as much as 20% if you opt to reduce temperatures by 5 degrees at night and 10 degrees during the day when most people are out. 8. Recycle gently used, but outgrown winter clothing by donating it to families in need. 9. Stop costly drafts! Seal your windows and install storm doors to keep warm air in and save money. 10. Try using your child s drawings as wrapping paper. They make a gift more personal, and you won t feel guilty for tossing them in the recycling container. Or just re-use a gift bag you have received. Remember to check out the Children s Neighborhood Museum on pages :30 am 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:30 pm 9:30 am 12:00 pm Note: Due to programming, open hours are subject to change. Please check our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/prairiegrassnaturemuseum) for the latest updates or feel free to call. Closed: November 24 & 26 and December 24 & 31. Aquatic Center and Nature Museum 860 Hart Road, Round Lake Contact: Judy Haddad, Outdoor Education & Nature Museum Coordinator Phone: Please Note: Some registered program listings have been moved to the Parent Tot and Youth & Teen Activities sections of this brochure. Celebrate Your Birthday with the Nature Museum Go wild for your birthday! Trained museum staff will provide a fascinating glimpse into the natural world with our Fascinating Fossils, Artful Amphibians, Ravenous Reptiles and Wiggly Worms themes. Themes are appropriate for ages Party fees include educator-led activities for up to 15 children. Cake, party supplies and decorations are not provided. Please call Judy Haddad at for more information or to schedule your party. Trim-a-Tree for Wildlife Prairie Grass Nature Museum will host Trim-a-Tree for Wildlife at the Holiday Festival, from 2:00-5:00 pm on Saturday, Dec. 3rd. This year we ll be making pinecone bird feeders, so bring the family and stop by for a fun project! Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 53

56 prairie grass nature museum programs The Prairie Grass Nature Museum offers a variety of programs that, through use of large-group and smaller unit hands-on exploration, provide an individualized approach to environmental and science-based education. If you visit us at the museum or we come to you, we will engage your students in problem-solving, team-building and hands-on scientific learning about the natural world. Our programs fulfill many Illinois State Learning Standards. Please Judy Haddad at to request an Eco Education guide. Winter Get Caught Fishing Photo Contest Just because the temperature has dropped, doesn t mean the fish aren t out there. For those of you who enjoy ice fishing, here is a chance to show us what you ve got literally. Snap a photo of you, your family or friends ice fishing this winter and send it to our address: for your chance to win! Deadline for photos is March 1st. As always, remember to fish safely and follow all local and state rules and regulations. ongratulations! to our Summer Get Caught Fishing Photo Contest Winners CFor their submissions, each winner receives an award certificate, fishing equipment and their photo published in one of our seasonal brochures. If you d like to be our next winner, participate in our winter photo contest, above. Good luck to all! Photo by Chandra Allen Photo by Kim Castiglia Photo by Michelle Jenelewicz 54 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

57 senior center Membership Fee There is a $10 fee for a one-year membership for all who visit the Senior Center aged 50 and over. Membership goes from January to December. The Senior Center is located at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center, 814 Hart Road, Round Lake. The center is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm; except on Tuesdays, 12:30-3:00 pm when the Happy Seniors Club meets. Membership to this club is open to all seniors. Senior Center Week-at-a-Glance Activities For more information, call the Senior Center at MONDAY 9:00 am 10:00 am Senior Walking Club (Community Center Gym) 10:00 am 11:30 am Computer Class 10:30 am 11:15 am Arthritis Exercise TUESDAY 9:00 am 10:00 am Senior Walking Club (Community Center Gym) 10:30 am 11:30 am Yoga 11:45 am Lunch 12:30 pm Happy Seniors Club WEDNESDAY 9:00 am 10:00 am Senior Walking Club (Community Center Gym) 11:45 am Lunch 12:30 pm 3:00 pm All Five Bingo THURSDAY 9:00 am 10:00 am Senior Walking Club (Community Center Gym) 10:30 am 11:15 am Arthritis Exercise 10:00 am 3:00 pm Open Art Studio FRIDAY 9:00 am 10:00 am Senior Walking Club (Community Center Gym) 12:00 pm 3:00 pm Mah Jongg 12:00 pm 3:00 pm Pinochle (sign up at 11:00 am) What s Cooking Elaine Norkus shares a dish from her Mother s kitchen. at the Senior Center Carrot Cake Mix Ingredients: 2 cups sugar 4 large eggs cups Canola Oil Add dry ingredients slowly: 1 tsp. salt 3 cups regular or cake flour 2 tsp. baking soda 2 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. cinnamon cups shredded carrots Optional: add 3 4 cup walnuts Heat in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Test cake with a toothpick to make sure it s done. Toothpick should come out clean. Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 55

58 senior center Pace Bus PACE Dial-a-Ride Bus Transportation is available for those who no longer drive. Call at least 24 hours in advance to arrange for this service once you have registered with PACE. Monday at the Movies Join us in the Senior Center for an afternoon movie, popcorn, soda and a few laughs. Day Dates Time Monday Nov. 28, Dec. 19, Jan. 23 & Feb :30 pm Lunch Program for 60+ Seniors Join us at the Park District for lunch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Meals will be promptly served at 11:45 and a donation of $4.00 is suggested; however no one will be denied a meal due to inability to pay. We need three days advance notice, so please register in person or call , ext Meals will be provided by Catholic Charities and you ll need one of their cards for this lunch program. Paperwork is available at the Senior Center. Volunteers Needed We need assistance prepping, serving and cleaning up for the Senior Lunch Program on Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays from 11:00-1:00 p.m. A free lunch will be given to those who donate their time. All Five, Bingo Five Bingo cards for $2. Day Wednesday Time 12:30-3:00 pm Wii Games This interactive video game is a fun way to get some light exercise and socialize with friends. Wii bowling is easy to learn and the motions are quite similar to real bowling. Players stand or sit in front of a screen and manipulate a remote control to "throw a virtual ball." Join us for a little exercise and fun! Red Hat Society/Round Lake Red Robins It s all about FUN! The Round Lake Red Robins are members of the Red Hat Society. We are 50 and over, wear purple clothes and red hats while planning and participating in fun activities. Come join us! We offer fun and friendship. If you are interested in joining the Red Hat Society located at the Round Lake Area Park District, please call Matt at ext S.A.L.T. (Seniors and Law Enforcement Together) Meetings are held the second Friday of each month at the Round Lake Beach Police Department, 1947 Municipal Way, Round Lake Beach, (across from the Post Office). Call Tom Finnegan at for information. Become an active part of your community! Computer Classes for Seniors Learn basic skills (word processing, , internet, games) from a volunteer on Mondays, 10:00-11:00 am. Pre-registration is needed. Call , ext. 232 to register. Days Mon. & Thurs* * Except birthday dance days. Time 1:00-2:30 pm Happy Seniors Club This energetic group will keep you on your toes enjoying music, lively chatter and interesting programs with refreshments. This membership fee is separate from the Senior Center membership fee. Annual Day Time Fee Tuesday 12:30-3:00 pm $8 Get in the Swing with our Birthday Party/Dance Enjoy this monthly celebration complete with a three-piece band for your dancing and listening pleasure, plus refreshments. Take your chances on the 50 Club Raffle, (3 tickets for $1 you could win $10, $15, $25). Proceeds go to seniors for future programs. Fee is payable at the dance. Anyone who is attending the dance with a birthday in the given month will be admitted free of charge. Advance sign-up is required for all in order to provide refreshments. Dates Time Fee Nov. 17, Dec. 22, Jan. 26 & Feb :45-3:00 pm $3 56 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

59 senior center Foot Care Clinic Certified foot care attendants from the R Home Care Services, Inc. will soak, trim nails, and massage your feet. Please bring two towels and one washcloth. Appointments and payment can be made at the registration desk. 50 years & up Fees: $16 (Member); $19 (Non-Member) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Room 116 Min/Max: 10/50 PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Code Day Date Time Fri. December 16 9:00-2:30 pm Fri. February 24 9:00-2:30 pm Fri. April 27 9:00-2:30 pm Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program The Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program can help people with arthritis keep moving and stay active! It is designed specifically for people with arthritis. The program uses gentle activities to help increase joint flexibility, range of motion, and muscle strength. You will be doing exercises while seated on a chair or standing with a chair for support. Exercises include gentle stretching, strengthening and fitness. Seniors should wear comfortable non-slip shoes and loose clothes. The instructor, Shirley Koch, has been certified by the Arthritis Foundation for 20 years. This program is sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation. It s time to get up and get moving. Fees: 50 years & up $30 (Member); $35 (Non-Mem.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Senior Center Min/Max: 5/25 PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Code Days Date Time Deadline Mon./Thurs. Jan. 9 - Mar. 1 10:00-11:00 am Jan. 3 Senior Walking Club Enjoy the indoor walking space in the Community Center Gym. Walking is an excellent exercise to get yourself fit and stay healthy. Walk, talk, and enjoy movement with friends, and meet new friends! Each new participant will receive a t-shirt while supplies last. Please register at the Community Center. Senior Walking Club can be cancelled on day when there is school district have the day off. 50 yrs. & up Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Min/Max: 1/100 Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Gym PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Fees Member/ Code Day Date Time Non-Member Mon. - Fri. Jan. 2 - Mar. 30 1:15-2:15 pm $7/$ Mon. - Fri. Jan. 2 - June 29 1:15-2:15 pm $14/$24 Yoga for Seniors Develop skills that promote holistic health and well-being. Yoga can have positive effects on heart, mind, body, and soul. Students of all levels of experience with yoga (including no experience) are invited. Exercises include breathing, toning and tightening, stretching and relaxing. Exercises will be done with a chair. So, come for contentment of heart, peace of mind, relaxation of body and quietness of spirit. The instructor, Carol Kiraly, has over 20 years of experience practicing and sharing yoga. She is a professional registered nurse. 50 years & up Fees: $40 (Member); $45 (Non-Member) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Center Room: Dance Studio Instructor: Carol Kiraly Min/Max: 6/20 PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Code Day Date Time Deadline Tues. Dec Jan :30-11:30 am Dec Tues. Feb. 7 - Mar :30-11:30 am Feb. 1 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 57

60 senior center Nov. Senior Trip - Sound of Music The Drury Lane Theatre is showing one of Rodgers and Hammerstein's most beloved musicals, the Sound of Music. Set in Austria on the brink of WWII, Maria, a postulant, proves too high-spirited for the religious life and is dispatched to serve as governess for the seven children of a widowed naval Captain. Her growing rapport with the youngsters, coupled with her generosity of spirit, gradually captures the heart of the stern Captain. Join us for a lunch of Stuffed Chicken Breast, Roasted Pork or a Vegetarian Entree. Fees: 50 years & up $50 (Member); $60 (Non-Mem.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Crumb Crusted Cod with Burre Blanc. 50 years & up Room: Fees: $50 (Member); $60 (Non-Mem.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Fees: 50 years & up $23 (Member); $33 (Non-Mem.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Senior Center Min/Max: 25/35 PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Nov :30 am - 5:30 pm Nov. 7 Dec. Senior Trip - White Chirstmas One of America s most beloved silver screen classics is now a brand new stage musical. Irving Berlin s White Christmas is now at the Marriott Theatre. When two song and dance men follow a sister act booked at a lodge in Vermont, they discover that with no snow and no customers, the owner is nearly bankrupt. The two acts team up and put on a show to save the lodge. This show is packed with Irving Berlin hits like 'Blue Skies', 'Count Your Blessings', 'I Love a Piano' and the title song 'White Christmas'. Before the show have lunch with us, your choice of Meat Loaf with Tomato Gravy or Senior Center Min/Max: 30/40 PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Code Day Date Time Deadline Thurs. Dec. 8 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Nov. 7 Jan. Senior Trip - Morkes Chocolate Come join us for lunch at Culvers and then to Morkes in Palatine for a chocolate making class. We will be making The Morkes Original, three different projects are made and each candy maker takes home over one pound of chocolate items. Projects include the Chocolate Pizza with a variety of candy toppings, molded items and chocolate dipped pretzels. Room: Senior Center Min/Max: 10/14 PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Code Day Date Time Deadline Thurs. Jan :30 am - 4:00 pm Jan. 9 Feb. Senior Trip - Doo-Wop At The Hop This show brings to life some of the great Doo-Wop songs from 1954 thru Come join us as we take you back to the 1950s to relive some of the greatest music in history. Dan Sullivan will entertain you here at the Senior Center and refreshments will be provided after the show. 50 years & up Room: Senior Center Fees: $3 (Member); Min/Max: 50/150 $5 (Non-Mem.) PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Code Day Date Time Deadline Tues. Feb. 21 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm One week prior Mar. Senior Trip - Tommy Gun s Garage Tommy Gun s Garage is an Audience Interactive Speakeasy that offers a musical comedy wit da gangsters, da flappers and YOU! After a delicious sit-down dinner, join Vito, Gloves, da gangsters and da flappers for non-stop comedy. You will be transported back to da 1920 s complete wit da boss s 1928 Model A Ford, music and memorabilia from da Twenties. We will be traveling in motor coach luxury. For lunch you have a choice of Prime Rib, Lemon Herb Baked Chicken or Lasagna. Fees: Proud Sports Center Sponsor Harris is Proud to Support the Round Lake Community 935 W. Rollins Rd., Round Lake (847) Harris is a trade name used by Harris N.A. and its affiliates. Member FDIC 50 years & up $57 (Member); $67 (Non-Mem.) Location: Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Senior Center Min/Max: 20/45 PD Contact: Matt Hartnett Code Day Date Time Deadline Wed. Mar :00 am - 5:30 pm Mar Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

61 special recreation Special Recreation for People with Special Needs Live, Learn and Grow Special Recreation Service of Northern Lake County (SRSNLC) is an extension of four member park districts, Round Lake, Zion, Waukegan and Lindenhurst, that joined together to combine funds, facilities and resources to provide a wide range of recreation programs for individuals of all ages with special needs. Our Special Recreation brochure features all our programs and special events. Contact one of our supervisors to get your copy today. To reach Jessica Jeffery, our Special Recreation Manager, or Jordan Feldman, our Special Recreation Supervisor, call The Focus is on FUN We operate out of the Round Lake Area Park District where we offer a variety of activities, Special Olympics sports, camps, trips, socials, outdoor programs, after school programs and special events. It is our goal to provide a safe haven for learning, making new friends, experiencing new things and enjoying all that is offered through our programs. A Safe Haven for Self Expression and Personal Growth Involvement in recreation, planned and manned by our qualified staff, provides an opportunity for participants to experience new activities, gain varied skills and improve socialization. We also offer inclusion programs, where many students with special needs are successfully learning and recreating in the same programs with their friends from their schools and neighborhoods. Inclusion Opportunities Through SRSNLC SRSNLC understands that not every person with a disability requires SRSNLC services. The Round Lake Area Park District invites people of all ages with disabilities to participate in programs throughout this brochure. SRSNLC and the Round Lake Area Park District will work cooperatively to assist any resident who wishes to participate in a park district program. The park district will make reasonable accommodations and will work with the registrant, his/her family and others to ensure a safe and enjoyable leisure experience. If you are interested in participating in a park district program, please contact the SRSNLC- Round Lake office so we can support your participation through observations, in-service or staff training, providing community leisure resources or the assistance of volunteers or Leisure Buddies. Contact Jessica Jeffery for a Needs Assessment Interview at The T.O.D.A.Y. Club T.O.D.A.Y. is an acronym for Together Opening Doors Around You. This program has been designed for adults, ages 18 and older, looking to enrich their lives in a safe and nurturing environment. As an alternative to the work place, the T.O.D.A.Y. Club will provide a safe environment for life skill education and social development through innovative activities, hands on learning and peer interaction. Participants should be trained in the areas of hygiene and self care. 18 and older Location: Teen Center/Youth Center Room: Teen Center Days: Monday - Friday Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Min/Max: 4/18 PD Contact: Jessica Jeffery Register By: One week prior today Together Opening Doors Around You Fees Code Date (Res./NRes.) 2 Days Tuesday/Thursday December 1 - December 29 $270/$ January 3 - January 31 $270/$ February 2 - February 18 $240/$255 3 Days Monday/Wednesday/Friday December 2 - December 30 $390/$ January 2 - January 30 $390/$ February 1 - February 29 $390/$405 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 59

62 special recreation What s Cooking Lake County? You have just been designated SRSNLC s newest food critic; let s see how our Lake County area restaurants measure up. Try out specialty dishes and rate the restaurant and food based on your experience. Door to door transportation provided for Round Lake, Fox Lake and Lake Villa residents only. Time: Fees: 13 years & up 6:00-8:30 pm $10 (Res.); $15 (NRes.); $6 Transportation Location: Sports Center Room: Lobby Min/Max: 4/12 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Code Day Date Destination Deadline Wed. Dec. 14 Baker s Square, Gurnee One week prior Wed. Jan. 18 Bill s Pub, Grayslake One week prior Wed. Feb. 15 Denny s, Gurnee One week prior Wed. Apr. 18 Tacos El Norte, Round Lake One week prior food, friends & FUN SRSNLC Valentine s Dance Love will be in the air at this year s Valentine s Dance. Dance the night away while the DJ spins the hits. Refreshments will be served, and everyone will receive a keepsake photo and flower. 8 years & up Room: Lobby Fees: $12 (Res.); $18 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Min/Max: 4/12 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Code Day Date Time Deadline Fri. February 10 5:45 pm - 9:00 pm January 20 Saturday the Teen Center Saturday the Teen Center is going to be a whole bunch of fun. We will either be watching a movie, checking out the some sports, or maybe playing some games. Fees: Location: 13 years & up $6 (Res./NRes.) Teen Center/ Youth Center Room: Teen Center Min/Max: 4/12 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. January 21 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm One week prior Elvis Alive! There s a new Elvis in town. Put on your Blue Suede Shoes and come rock the Zion Leisure Center to your favorite songs with a great Elvis impersonator! Fees: Location: 13 years & up $12 (Res.); $18 (NRes.) Sports Center Room: Lobby Min/Max: 4/12 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Code Day Date Time Deadline Fri. April 13 6:15 pm - 9:15 pm March 16 SRSNLC Hoe Down Dance Get out your cowboy hat and spurs and head on down to our Annual Hoe Down! We will have dancing, music and refreshments to make this night a knee-slapping good time! Fees: Location: 13 years & up $13 (Res.); $20 (NRes.) Sports Center Room: Lobby Min/Max: 4/12 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Code Day Date Time Deadline Fri. March 30 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm March Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

63 special recreation sports and FITNESS Special Olympics Bocce Ball Bocce is an ancient sport invented during the Roman Empire. The game combines the skill of bowling with the accuracy of darts. Players try to get their Bocce balls closer to the Pallila (target ball) than their opponents. As a member of the SRSNLC Superstars Bocce Club, you train for eight weeks in preparation for the Special Olympics qualifying tournament in May. A gold medal at the Special Olympics qualifying tournament means you have the opportunity to go for gold at Summer Games at Illinois State University. Fees: Location: 8 years & up $45 (Res.); $68 (NRes.) Robert W. Rolek Community Ctr. Room: Gym Min/Max: 4/12 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Code Day Date Time Deadline Mon. Feb. 27 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm One week prior Special Olympics Bowling Bowling is perhaps the most popular Special Olympics sport in Illinois. Join us for our winter and spring sessions of bowling and train for the Area 13 bowling tournament in June. Bowlers of all abilities are welcome. The fee includes two games of bowling and shoe rental. Games begin promptly at 6:30pm so please arrive early. Fees: Location: 8 years & up See below Kristof s Entertainment Ctr. Room: Kristof s Bowling Min/Max: 4/30 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Register By: One week prior Fees Code Day Date Time Res./NRes Thurs. Feb. 2 - Mar. 22 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm $52/$ Thurs. Apr. 5 - May 10 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm $39/$54 SRSNLC Bowling Tournament Strike it big at SRSNLC s Annual Bowling Tournament. Test your skills against other local bowlers. Compete in two games to win great prizes and demonstrate your talent. Snacks and awards will be handed out. All ages and abilities welcome. Fee includes two games, shoe rental, snacks, prizes and FUN! Fees: Location: 8 years & up $15 (Res.); $22 (NRes.) Sports Center Room: Lobby Min/Max: 4/12 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. March 3 12:00 pm - 4:15 pm February 10 Special Olympics Track and Field Special Olympics Track and gives your athlete the opportunity to compete in a wide variety of tradition track and field events including the 200m run, shot put, and long jump to name a few. Over the course of eight weeks, you will prepare for the NISRA track and meet and the Area 13 Special Olympics track meet. Track and field for children ages and 8 and under is a perfect way to get your child started in the world of Special Olympics. These children will train with children their own age in preparation for the NISRA track meet. For track athletes ages 8 and up, you will train and compete at the NISRA track meet, as well as the Area 13 Special Olympics track meet. A gold medal in your event(s) at the Area 13 Special Olympics track meet means you have just qualified for Special Olympics Summer Games at Illinois State University in June. Location: Room: See below Park School Gym Min/Max: 4/12 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Register By: One week prior Fees Code Age Day Date Time Res./NRes yrs. Tues. Mar May 1 6:00-6:45 pm $45/$ yrs. Tues. Mar May 1 7:00-8:00 pm $45/$68 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 61

64 special recreation Proud Sports Center Sponsor BECOMEE A MEMBER TODAY! Once a Member, e Always a Member Chicago Wolves Hockey Game Another great season of Wolves Hockey has begun in Chicago! This is the cutting edge of the American League Hockey. Come with SRSNLC to see the Wolves crush the Rockford Ice Hogs. It will be a howlin' good time! Participants are encouraged to bring extra money for souvenirs and snacks. Dress warm- it's chilly in the arena! Fees: Location: 13 years & up $27 (Res.); $40 (NRes.) Sports Center Room: Lobby Min/Max: 4/12 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Code Day Date Time Deadline Sat. Feb. 4 5:00 pm - 10:30 pm Jan. 21 Members are eligible for the following: Free Checking with Interest Savings, Certificates and Investments Mortgages and Home Equity Loans Auto Loans and Credit Cards Join Today! over- NIGHTER SRSNLC Winter Retreat Come escape the winter blues at Grand Bear Lodge in Utica, IL. The Grand Bear Lodge is located in Starved Rock State Park and features an indoor water park & indoor amusement park. Come rest your head in one of their luxury cabins! Sign up now space is limited! Depart: Return: Fee: 13 years & up Feb. 17 at 9:00 am Feb. 19 at 2:00 pm $300 (Res.); $450 (NRes.) Location: Sports Center Room: Lobby Min/Max: 10/14 PD Contact: Jordan Feldman Code Days Date Deadline Fri./Sat./Sun. Feb Feb. 26 Jan Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

65 birthday parties Party at the Park District We re the place for all your birthday fun. Whether your child likes the Neighborhood Museum, swimming, theatre or sports, we ve got your party options covered! children s neighborhood museum It s non-stop fun in the Neighborhood Museum s Play Zone! Appropriate for children 1-6 years old, this rental includes 75 minutes in the Play Zone and 45 minutes in the adjacent party room for cake, beverages and opening gifts. Birthday party extras are available. Please refer to page 44 for more detailed information about your party at the Children s Neighborhood Museum. Celebrate at the Community Theatre You say it s your birthday? Gather all your friends and come to any of our magical children s shows for a one of a kind birthday treat. We have two great packages available for any size party and budget. All birthday parties can be scheduled anytime there is a show playing at the Robert W. Rolek Community Center. Time in the party room may be scheduled before or after the show. Parties with Character may be scheduled at any time since they are not dependent on a show. Characters you can choose: Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Belle, Princess Jasmine or The Genie and Captain Jack the Pirate All parties must be booked at least two weeks in advance. Call Christi Nicholson at ext. 231 to schedule your party. PACKAGE 1 $115 for 10 children/$9 each additional child. Includes: Themed invitations for each guest Admission to the play for each guest Themed treat bags for each child A room to have cake (not supplied) and open presents Have your Birthday Bash at the Aquatic Center (seasonal) What kid doesn t love swimming? Book your Bash at the Aquatic Center and be the hit of the neighborhood! We have two packages available to suit any budget and age. PRESCHOOL PARTIES Enjoy your party at the kiddie pool. You ll play games and we ll provide the goodie bags! Fees for Res/NRes: $126/158 up to 10 children; $10 for each additional child. Available on Saturdays from 11:00-12:30 pm. SEMI-PRIVATE BIRTHDAY PARTIES These parties take place during public swim hours. We ll reserve the picnic grove for your party and provide goodie bags for your group. Fees for Res/NRes: $95/126 up to 10 children; $10 for each additional child. Please Note: There are no rain dates available. Please have alternate plans in case of inclement weather. PACKAGE 2 DELUXE PARTY PACKAGE $155 for 10 children/$9 each additional child. Includes: Themed invitations for each guest, Admission to a play for each guest, or Crafts led by costumed characters ("Parties with Character") Themed treat bags for each child A room to have cake (not supplied) and open presents Paper goods Party attendant who will decorate a room in the theme and help you set up and clean up. Principle character from play/or character of choice will visit and lead party children in some traditional party games for prizes. PRIVATE PARTIES The Neighborhood Players are available to perform for your child s birthday anytime. You choose the day and time and invite as many people as you wish. You get your own private showing of one of our shows, themed invitations, room for performance and cake and presents. Character meet and greet after the show. Add treat bags for each child to this package for $4 per child. Cost: $300 Phone: l Fax: l Web: l Facebook: 63

66 birthday parties BIRTHDAY PARTY: 1 hour on a sport surface 45 minutes in a party room A party attendant Paper plates, napkins, tablecloths T-shirt for birthday child that party attendees can sign Party Costs: $135/$145 (Res/NRes) for up to 12 children $185/$205 (Res/NRes) for children Round Lake Area Park District Get active at the Sports Center If your child loves to play sports, this is the perfect location for his/her birthday party. Choose from soccer, basketball, volleyball, floor hockey, indoor climbing wall or our new indoor batting cage. Don t see your child s favorite activity listed? We ll do our best to accommodate their personal choice. Just supply the food and we ll supply the fun! This 50,000 square foot facility features an adult-sized, regulation indoor soccer field, a regulation basketball/volleyball court, a towering indoor climbing wall and a 9,000 square foot mezzanine for the party of a lifetime. The main level has 3 party rooms that can be rented separately or combined to accommodate a larger crowd. Each room has a sink, refrigerator, microwave and plenty of counter space. We can accommodate as many as 500 guests. Parties can be held anytime. Reservations are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Additional party time can be added at the time your reservation is taken. A non-refundable deposit of $70 is due at the time of registration. There is also a separate $50 damage deposit. The balance of payment is due one week before the day of your party. Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be made 14 days prior to the event date to receive a full refund. Cancellations made with less than 14 days notice will result in forfeiture of the $70 deposit. If the Sports Center is not able to accommodate the party request, a full refund will be issued. Contact the Sports Center for details at MOONWALK BIRTHDAY PARTY: 2 full hours in the Mezzanine 13 x 13 x 13 moonbounce A party attendant Paper plates, napkins and tablecloths T-shirt for birthday child that party attendees can sign Party Costs: $200/$210 (Res/NRes) for up to 12 children $250/$270 (Res/NRes) for children TEAM PARTY PACKAGE: 1 hour on a sport surface 1 hour in a party room Paper plates, napkins and tablecloths Can accommodate up to 50 people Party Costs: $150 (Res/NRes) ULTIMATE BIRTHDAY PACKAGE: 2 hours to use two of the following options: Climbing Wall, Soccer Field, Basketball Court or Moonbounce 45 minutes in a party room A party attendant Paper plates, napkins, tablecloths T-shirt for birthday child that party attendees can sign Party Costs: $275/$285 (Res/NRes) up to 12 children $325/$345 (Res/NRes) for children ADD ONS: Lovin Oven Cakery Cupcakes filled with white buttercream Choose Flavor: Yellow, Chocolate or Red Velvet. Lemon and White are available with 48-hour notice Choose Frosting: White or Chocolate Buttercream Cost: 12 cupcakes for $15; 20 cupcakes for $25 Moonwalk (Birthday Party or Team Party Packages only) Cost: $150 if space is available Goodie Bags (Includes a take-home item, candy, etc.) Cost: 12 goodie bags for $48; 20 for $80 64 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/2012

67 en español Centro De Desarrollo Infantil Izquerda a derecha, Joan Ellis y Heidi Wodrich Desde su creación en 1978, nuestro Centro de Desarrollo Infantil (CDI) se ha ganado la confianza de nuestra comunidad y una reputación por tener los más altos estándares y calidad en el cuidado de niños. Nosotros le damos la bienvenida a nuestra familia CDI y le damos las gracias por dejarnos ser parte de la vida de sus hijos. Si desea más información o hacer una cita para conocer el Centro, llámenos al o mándenos un correo electrónico a las direcciones siguientes. Joan Ellis, Administradora de Preescolar, Heidi Wodrich, Administradora de Edad Escolar, Nuestra Misión La misión del Centro de Desarrollo Infantil del Distrito de Parques del Area de Round Lake es proveer a los niños y sus familias con un currículo que los apoye y desarrolle apropiadamente en una atmosfera segura y educativa donde los niños se sientan respetados, guiados gentilmente y libres de explorar el mundo en el que vivimos. En que nos diferenciamos? Nosotros entendemos a los niños y tenemos las instalaciones y el personal para ofrecer a su hijo una experiencia llena de diversión y amigos. Nuestro Centro es un lugar cómodo para aprender y crecer. Algunas de las características que nos destacan son: Gimnasio completo Museo de Naturaleza Prairie Grass Museo del Vecindario para Niños Programa Música para Pequeños Mozarts Pocos estudiantes para cada maestro Acres de tierra con parques Maestros dedicados Transportación a escuelas del área Precios bajos a residentes Alberca al aire libre Caminos Naturales y Curso Retador Estamos orgullosos de anunciar nuestra acreditación por la Asociación Nacional para la Educación de Niños Jóvenes) NAEYC. Este reconocimiento refuerza nuestro compromiso de enseñar los estándares profesionales más altos en Educación Temprana de Niños, La acreditación de la NAEYC permite a las familias de nuestra comunidad sentirse confiados de que los niños en nuestro programa reciben el mejor cuidado y la mejor educación temprana posibles. Los programas ofrecidos incluyen: Kindergarten privado Preescolar de día completo Preescolar de medio día Cuidado antes y después de la escuela Clases pequeñas para edades 2-4 Programas para Padres/Hijos Campamentos de verano Los materiales necesarios para registrarse son: Cuota de registro no reembolsable de $30 Exámenes físicos actualizados de no mas de seis meses de antigüedad Hoja con registro de vacunación completo incluyendo exámenes de plomo y tuberculosis Una semana de deposito para programas de tiempo completo /un mes de deposito para programas de medio tiempo Vea el programa especifico para requisitos de edad Acta de nacimiento Programa de alimentos El Centro de Desarrollo Infantil (CDI), participa en el programa de alimentos del Consejo de Educación del Estado de Illinois. El programa de alimentos para cuidado de niños esta disponible para todos los niños elegibles sin tomar en cuenta la raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, edad o discapacidad. Si usted ha sido discriminado, escriba inmediatamente a la Oficina de Derechos Civiles, Midwest Regional Office, United States Department of Agriculture, la dirección es en el 50 E. Washington Street, Chicago Illinois Exámenes médicos gratis y vacunación El Autobús de Cuidados del Hospital de Lake Forest es una camioneta móvil que provee, promueve la salud y la prevención de enfermedades para toda la familia, libre de cargo. Usted puede hablar con una enfermera acerca de cuestiones de salud para su familia entera. Toda la información es confidencial. Las vacunas para los niños están disponibles de forma gratuita. El autobús de cuidados estará en el Centro Comunitario Robert W. Rolek de las 10:00 am-1:00 pm. Por favor llame al para las fechas de visita durante el No es necesario hacer cita. Por favor vaya al Centro de adultos mayores para llenar los papeles primero. Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 65

68 en español Preescolar de Medio Día Nuestro programa preescolar de medio día tiene licencia del DCFS Se Requiere Paquete Especial Para Registrarse y está acreditado por el NAEYC, está diseñado para ofrecer a su hijo nuevas y retadoras actividades que lo van a preparar y enriquecerán el desarrollo de su hijo para el futuro. Para poder atender, su hijo debe tener la edad apropiada antes del 9/1/2011 y no debe atender kindergarten en el Otoño de Por favor llame al para mayor información. Se requiere una copia certificada del acta de nacimiento del niño. Septiembre Mayo 2012 Las clases se llevan a cabo en el Sitio II, 2014 al N de Orchard Ln en Round Lake Beach Colegiatura Mensual Edad Dia Hora Res./NRes. PREESCOLAR MEDIO DIA 3-4 ans. Lun./Mier./Viern. 9:15-11:30 am $204/$ ans. Mart./Juev. 9:15-11:30 am $138/$152 PRE K MEDIO DIA 4-5 ans. Lun./Mier./Viern. 9:00-11:30 am $204/$ ans. Mart./Juev. 9:00-11:30 am $138/$152 Las clases son en el Centro Comunitario Robert W. Rolek 814 Hart Road, Round Lake Colegiatura Mensual Edad Dia Hora Res./NRes. PREESCOLAR MEDIO DIA 3-4 ans. Mart./Juev. 9:00-11:15 am $138/$152 PRE K MEDIO DIA 4-5 ans. Lun./Mier./Viern. 9:00-11:30 am $204/$224 Nota: No hay clases en los días festivos legales. Un calendario para los días de no asistencia está disponible si lo requiere. Preescolar Día completo/programa de Cuidado de Niños Se Requiere Paquete Especial Para Registrarse Nuestro programa está diseñado para satisfacer las necesidades de los padres que trabajan. Estamos abiertos Lunes a Viernes de 6:30 am 6:00 pm usted se puede registrar por un mínimo de dos días por semana. Tenemos licencia del DCFS y estamos acreditados por la NAEYC. Ofrecemos un lunch caliente, snacks y tiempo de descanso además de un currículo apropiado basado en la filosofía de que los niños aprenden a través del juego. Venga a conocernos siempre será bienvenido y ofrecemos un descuento por el segundo niño de tiempo completo que se enrole. Agosto Agosto 2012 Colegiatura del Año Escolar Clases en el Centro Comunitario Robert W. Rolek 814 Hart Road, Round Lake Cuota Semanal Cuota Diaria Edad Res./NRes. Res./NRes. 2 yrs. $245/$269 $51/$ yrs. $235/$258 $49/$54 Buenisimos 2 y 3 Hay un mundo nuevo de diversión para su hijo que puede experimentar a través del arte, canciones, historias, juegos de sentidos y actividad física. Cada clase será una mezcla de diversión y aprendizaje diseñado para satisfacer los deseos naturales de los niños de explorar y crear. Que gran oportunidad para hacer nuevos amigos y aprender acerca de compartir y cooperar. Un snack nutritivo será servido. Los niños no necesitan estar entrenados para ir al baño, sin embargo los pañales y toallas deben ser provistas. No hay clases el 11, 24 y 25 de Noviembre. l El calendario está sujeto a cambios y las cuotas pueden ser ajustadas de acuerdo. Nosotros recomendamos registrarse para ambas sesiones para asegurar un espacio en cada sesión. Lugar: Sitio II- CDC Edad: Salon: 2-3 anos Sitio II CDC Min/Max: 6/12 Contacto DP: Joan Ellis Cuota Codigo Dia Fecha Hora Res./NRes Mart./Juev. Sept Oct. 27 9:15-11:15 am $210/$ Mier./Viern. Sept Oct. 28 9:15-11:15 am $210/$ Mart./Juev. Nov. 1 - Dic. 15 9:15-11:15 am $195/$ Mier./Viern. Nov. 2 - Dic. 16 9:15-11:15 am $180/$198 Lugar: Centro Comunitario Robert W. Rolek Edad: Salon: 2-3 anos Salon de Preescolar Min/Max: 6/12 Contacto DP: Joan Ellis Cuota Codigo Dia Fecha Hora Res./NRes Mart./Juev. Sept Oct. 27 9:15-11:15 am $210/$ Mart./Juev. Nov. 1 - Dic. 15 9:15-11:15 am $195/$ Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

69 en español PROGRAMAS EN EL CENTRO COMUNITARIO ROBERT W ROLEK 814 Hart Road en Round Lake Primeras Experiencias Esta clase esta recomendada para niños que no han tomado clases sin sus papas. Descubriremos la diversión en el arte, música, refrigerios con amigos y muchas actividades entretenidas mientras nos aventuramos en un mundo de posibilidades. Su hijo será libre para explorar mientras experimenta una transición a un ambiente preescolar. Edad: 3-5 años Min/Max: 4/10 Lugar: Centro Communitario Contacto DP: Joan Ellis Salón: Salón 6 Cuota (Res./NRes.) Codigo Dia Fecha Hora Padre/Pequeño Niño Adic Juev. Dic. 1 - Dic :45-1:15 am $34/$37 $17/$ Viern. Dic. 2 - Dic. 16 9:30-11:00 am $34/$37 $17/$ Viern. Ener Feb. 10 9:30-11:00 am $45/$50 $23/$ Viern. Feb Mars. 23 9:30-11:00 am $68/$75 $34/$37 Tiempo de Juego Padre e Hijo Los padres y sus hijos tendrán la oportunidad de participar juntos en actividades mientras conocen a nuevas personas. Todo tipo de equipo de juego interactivo y excitante estará disponible para su uso y será armado por nuestro supervisor del programa. Haga sus planes con otros padres para juntarse en el otoño. Edad: Dia: Hora: Lugar: 1-6 años Jueves 9:30-11:00 am Centro Communitario Salón: Gymnasio Instructor: Diane Wendt Min/Max: 5/60 Contacto DP: Jessica Desens Cuota de Clase Completa Cuota Diaria Padre Niño Padre Niño Codigo Dia & Pequeño Adic. & Pequeño Adic Ener Mars. 8 $35 $10 $8 $ Mars Mayo 10 $35 $10 $8 $4 PROGRAMAS EN EL 814 Hart Road en Round Lake; Dentro del Centro Comunitario Robert W Rolek children s neighborhood museum Einsteins Floreciendo Aprender es divertido. Su hijo será expuesto a las figuras, colores, y números a través del uso de la pintura, la música, historias y juegos manipulativos. Estarán tan entretenidos que no se darán cuenta que están aprendiendo. Lugar: Centro Communitario Salon: Centro de Actividades del Vecindario Min/Max: 4/10 Arte de Cocinar Los niños aman el arte y también comer. Esta clase junta lo mejor de dos mundos. Su artista se divertirá creando comidas que combinan ingredientes coloridos y apetitosos que pueden ser usados para pintar, dibujar, esculpir, y después ellos se comerán sus creaciones culinarias, diversión para todos. Lugar: Centro Communitario Instructor: Diane Wendt Salon: Centro de Actividades del Vecindario Min/Max: 4/10 Instructor: Diane Wendt Contacto DP: Peggy Johnson Registre Antes De: One week prior Cuota Codigo Edad Día Fecha Hora Res./NRes./Memb ans. Lun. 1/09-1/30 10:00-10:45 am $32/$34/$ ans. Lun. 1/09-1/30 6:00-6:45 pm $32/$34/$ ans. Lun. 2/06-2/27 10:00-10:45 am $32/$34/$ ans. Lun. 2/06-2/27 6:00-6:45 pm $32/$34/$30 Contacto DP: Peggy Johnson Registre Antes De: Feb. 1 Cuota Codigo Edad Día Fecha Hora Res./NRes./Memb ans. Mart. 2/07-2/28 1:00-1:45 pm $32/$34/$ ans. Mart. 2/07-2/28 10:00-10:45 am $32/$34/$ ans. Mart. 2/07-2/28 6:00-6:45 pm $32/$34/$30 Phone: l Fax: l Internet: 67

70 en español PROGRAMAS EN EL MUSEO DE NATURALEZA PRAIRIE GRASS 860 Hart Road in Round Lake Pequeños Robles Ven con nosotros a escuchar historias, juegos, actividades y exploraciones naturales diseñadas para su pequeño. Algunas clases serán al aire libre, si lo permite el clima. Se requiere registro previo y la participación de un adulto. Edad: años con adulto Día/Fecha: Miercoles Hora: 9:30 am - 10:00 am Cuota: $4 (Res./NRes.) Lugar: Centro Acuatico y Museo Naturaleza Salon: Museo Naturaleza Min/Max: 6/12 Contacto DP: Judy Haddad Registre Codigo Clase Dia Fecha Ante De Copos de Nieve Simpático Mier. Dic. 7 Nov Estaciones Hibernación Mier. Ener. 11 Ener Caras de Animales Extravagantes Mier.. Ener. 25 Ener Pintura de Plantas Mier. Feb. 8 Ener. 30 Grupo Zorros Su joven científico disfrutara aprendiendo acerca del mundo a través de historias, juegos, y experimentos. Algunas clases pueden ser afuera, si lo permite el clima. Se requiere pre registro. Edad: yrs. años con adulto Día/Fecha: Jueves Hora: 10:00-11:00 am Cuota: $6 (Res.); $8 (NRes.) Lugar: Centro Acuatico y Museo Naturaleza Salon: Museo Naturaleza Min/Max: 7/15 Contacto DP: Judy Haddad Registre Codigo Clase Dia Fecha Ante De Ciencia de Copo de Nieve Juev. Dic. 15 Dic Estaciones Hibernación Juev. Ener. 12 Ener Familias de Animales Juev. Feb. 2 Ener. 23 PROGRAMS AT THE Round Lake Area Park District Club de Caminata/Carriola Necesita de un lugar para caminar con su carriola? El Centro Deportivo es el lugar perfecto. Los participantes pueden caminar alrededor del perímetro de la cancha de soccer bajo techo sin preocuparse de las condiciones del clima. No hay necesidad de registrarse, solo pase durante las horas de 9:00 am y 3:30 pm Cuota: $1 cada vez o un pase mensual por $10 Lugar: Centro Deportivo Contacto DP: Scott McClaskey Edad Dia Fecha Hora Todas edads Lunes - Viernes Agosto - Mayo 9:00-3:30 pm 2004 Municipal Way in Round Lake Beach Wiggles y Giggles Este programa está diseñado para nuestros pequeños jóvenes que se mueven y agitan. Este programa se enfocara en incrementar el concepto de movimiento, coordinación de ojos y manos y habilidades motoras gruesas. Los niños tendrán oportunidad de correr, saltar y gatear. Padres planeen en unirse a la diversión. Edad: 18 mo. - 4 años Lugar: Centro Deportivo Salon: Campo de Futbol Bajo Teche Min/Max: 8/15 Contacto DP: Joan Ellis Cuota (Res./NRes.) Codigo Dia Fecha Hora Pr. Nino Nino Adl Mart. Nov Dic. 13 9:30-10:30 am $34/$37 $17/$ Mart. Ener Ener. 31 9:30-10:30 am $30/$33 $15/$ Mart. Feb. 7 - Feb. 28 9:30-10:30 am $45/$50 $23/$ Mart. Mars. 6 - Mars. 20 9:30-10:30 am $23/$25 $12/$13 68 Round Lake Area Park District - WINTER 2011/12

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