Oconomowoc Parks, Recreation & Forestry 2019 Spring-Summer Activities Brochure - REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH 20
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Oconomowoc Parks, Recreation & Forestry 2019 Spring-Summer Activities Brochure 2019 Spring-Summer City Newsletter Inside REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH 20
Parks News WE ♥ Imagination Can you believe it’s almost been 10 years since our great community came together to build Imagination Station? Station! Well our playground has been very loved and it’s time to shine it up a bit. We need funds for playground repairs, replacement of equipment and of course we have a wish list of new things we’d like to add! We have created a gofundme page to help: www.gofundme.com/we-love-imagination-station We need to replace: • Spider Net - $12,000 • Bridge with Roping - $4,000 • Purple Tube Slide - $3,500 • Chain Wall - $225 • Conveyor Belt Bridge - $375 • Paint & Supplies for Murals - $500* The original installation cost of the playground surfacing was $300,000. The life expectancy is 12-15 years. We need to replace the higher use wear areas such as at the end of slides and swings. *We would be delighted to have volunteer artists repaint the murals. If you were one of the original artists, we’d love to hear from you. This is a fall project. Contact us at 262-569-2199.
Department Information Contact Us Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department What’s Inside 220 W. Wisconsin Ave POLICY INFORMATION ........................... 4 Oconomowoc, WI 53066 REGISTRATION INFORMATION.............. 5 Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm WAIVER ................................................... 6 PHONE: (262) 569-2199 BASEBALL & KICKBALL ........................... 7 FAX: (262) 569-3221 SOCCER .................................................... 8 www.oconomowoc-wi.gov/parks FLAG FOOTBALL, LACROSSE .................. 9 GOLF LESSONS & SPORTS ...................... 10 LEGO AND YOUTH ACTIVITIES .............. 11 Staff TENNIS ............................................... 12-15 Director PARENTING CLASSES ............................. 16 John Kelliher BRIDGE & SAFE SITTER .......................... 17 Recreation Manager Jennifer Froemming DANCE ...................................................... 18 Parks & Forestry Superintendent BATON & GYMNASTICS .......................... 19 Bryan Spencer PRESCHOOL CLASSES ............................. 20 Community Outreach & Services Assistant Paige Brunclik TODDLER/PRESCHOOL ACTIVITIES ....... 21 Administrative Assistant YOGA ..................................................22- 23 Jennifer Clayton TAE KWON DO/SELF DEFENSE .............. 24 ADULT FITNESS ..................................... 25 SWIM LESSONS ...................................... 26 Parks and Recreation Board Members BEACH ACTIVITIES ........................... 27-28 Joseph Moroni President Scott Antonneau Vice President FISHING & WATERCRAFT ...................... 29 Lou Kowieski Alderman Mike Miller Alderman SENIORS ................................................. 30 Bruce White PARKS ................................................ 31-33 Denny Daggett Jimi Hall PARKS INDEX AND MAP ................... 34-35 Lauren Wittnebel
Policy Information Recreation Program Refunds Canceled Programs: REGISTRATION DEADLINES • A full refund will be issued. • Spring-Summer Registration begins March 20. • Online credit card processing fees will not be refunded. • Registration deadlines are one week prior to the program The City reserves the right to cancel or combine any activity due to insufficient regis- start date unless noted otherwise. tration or for any other reason that would prevent the department from providing a • Late registrations are accepted only if spots are available in quality program. The Department will make every effort to make up classes canceled the class and will be subject to a $10 late fee. due to inclement weather. Facility availability or other factors may prohibit classes from being made up therefore the Department does not guarantee make-up classes. WEATHER CANCELLATIONS Requesting a Refund: You can find weather cancellation postings on the Parks Department page • Refund requests must be submitted in writing at least one week prior to the start of the City website, www.oconomowoc-wi.gov/parks under News and date and are subject to review. • No refunds will be issued after the start of a program. Announcements. We make every effort to hold class but safety comes first. • A $10 processing fee will be assessed per person and per program. • Online credit card processing fees will not be refunded. Weekday cancellations will be posted on the website by 4 p.m. Any • Refunds due to medical reasons will be prorated to reflect classes attended and cancellations made after 4 p.m. will be made on site. When time permits, direct costs to the department. we will post cancellations made after 5 p.m. or on weekends. After-hour • Refund requests for contracted programs must be submitted ten days prior to the and weekend cancellations may not be posted on the website. If unsure, class start date. report to the site and recreation department staff will direct you. • Trip registrations are non-refundable. • We make every effort to make up classes canceled resulting from Missed Classes: • Refunds will not be issued for individual classes missed. inclement weather. • Missed classes will not be made up nor may the participants attend any other • There is no guarantee that this will be possible. class in its place. • No refunds will be given. Non-Residents: NEW PROGRAM IDEAS • The non-resident fee will be refunded in full. Suggestions for new programs, or improvements to existing programs, are • Yearly non-resident cards will not be refunded. encouraged and can be presented to the Recreation Manager. Receiving Your Refund: • Accepted refund requests are processed through City Hall and a check will be mailed with- EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES You can find information on current job openings or and employment infor- in two weeks. mation at www.oconomowoc-wi.gov. • Credit card transactions will be credited to the card within two weeks. • A refund can be credited to your Parks and Rec account. PHOTO POLICY For program promotion, photographs may be taken of participants. If you do Recreation Program Transfers not wish to have your photo taken, please notify the photographer or class • Transfer requests must be made at least one week prior to the start date with instructor. Photographs will be shared on city social media sites, the city the exception of level advancement determined by the instructor. website and in department promotional materials. • A $10 processing fee will be assessed per person and per program excluding ANTI-DISCRIMINATION POLICY level advancement transfers. It is the policy of the City of Oconomowoc Parks, Recreation & Forestry De- • Transfers are subject to availability of the desired class. partment that no person shall be excluded from participation or subjected to discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex or religion. Park Rental Refunds • A full refund will be issued up to two business weeks from the reservation date INFORMATION DISCLAIMER less a $10 processing fee. Information in this brochure is subject to change without notice. • Reservations canceled within two business weeks from the reservation date are The Oconomowoc Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department is not non-refundable. responsible for errors nor omissions. Please speak with Parks, Recreation & • The non-resident fee will be refunded in full. 4Forestry Department associates for the most up-to-date information.
Registration Information You can sign up online! Visit www.oconomowoc.recdesk.com You can also sign up in person 1. Complete a registration Form (page 6) • Include non-resident fees if applicable (See residency policy below) PLEASE NOTE: • Include a $10 late fee if applicable (see page 4) • Make checks payable to “OPRD” Registration for spring- summer • Receipts will be emailed. 2. Complete a waiver (page 7) classes begins March 20 Return forms and payment by mail, drop box, or in person at: Oconomowoc Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department 220 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Oconomowoc WI 53066 Office Hours: Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm 24 hour Drop Box outside front doors No Phone Registrations RESIDENCY POLICIES RESIDENTS: Residents are those who reside in the city and pay City of Oconomowoc taxes. NON-RESIDENTS: Individuals who reside outside the City of Oconomowoc. This includes the Town of Oconomowoc. PROGRAMS HELD ON CITY PROPERTY: When a program is held on City Property (Community Center, Park, Beach, etc.), non-residents must pay a non-resident fee in addition to the program fee. PROGRAMS HELD ON SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPERTY: When a program is held on school district property (Park Lawn, High School, etc.) those residing outside of the school district must pay an out of district fee in addition to the program fee. NON-RESIDENT FEES ARE PER PROGRAM: Non-residents may choose to pay a per-program non-resident fee calculated as an additional 50% of the program fee. The additional fee will not exceed $25 per program. NON-RESIDENT YEARLY FEE: Non-residents may choose to purchase a yearly membership card for $50 per person or $150 per family plus tax. All family members must reside at the same address. The yearly membership card expires one year from date of issuance as the date corresponds with the start of the program. EXCEPTIONS: Season swimming bands will require a $25 non-resident fee per person in addition to the band fee. Adult team programs with a non-resident team will not be eligible for the per program option and must pay the $50 plus tax non-resident fee. City park and shelter rentals will require a non-resident fee of $50 plus tax in addition to the rental fee. 5
Waiver WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT In conclusion of being permitted to enroll and participate in the program to be conducted on City of Oconomowoc premises, and to accept City services and attend said program for any purpose, including but not limited to observation, or use of facilities or equipment, or participation in said program, without respect to location, the undersigned, for himself/herself and any personal representatives, heirs and next of kin, hereby acknowledges, agrees and represents that he/she has, or immediately upon entering or participating will inspect and carefully consider such premises and facilities and the program. It is further warranted that such entry onto and into the City of Oconomowoc premises for observation or use of facilities and equipment thereon or affiliated programs have been inspected and carefully considered, and that the undersigned finds and accepts the same as being safe and reasonably suited for the purpose of such observation, use or participation. In further consideration of being permitted to participate in the aforementioned program for any purpose, including but not limited to observation or use of facilities or equipment, or participation in any program affiliated with the aforementioned program, without respect to location, the undersigned hereby agrees to the following: • The undersigned hereby releases, waives, discharges, and covenants not to sue the City of Oconomowoc, its officers, employees and agents (hereinafter referred to as “Releasees”) from all liability to the undersigned, his/her personal representatives, assigns, heirs and next of kin for any loss or damage and any claims or demands therefor on account of injury to the person or property resulting in the death of the undersigned, whether caused by the negligence of Releasees or otherwise while the undersigned is in, upon or about the premises or any facilities or equipment therein, or participating in any program affiliated with the City without respect to location. • The undersigned hereby agrees to indemnify and save and hold harmless the Releasees and each of them from any loss, liability, damage or cost they may incur due to the presence of the undersigned in, upon or about the City premises or in any way observing or using any facilities or equipment of the City or participat- ing in any program affiliated with the City, whether caused by the negligence of the Releasees or otherwise. • The undersigned hereby assumes full responsibility for and risk of bodily injury, death or property damage due to negligence of Releasees or otherwise while in, about or upon the premises of the City and/or while using the premises or any facilities or equipment thereon, or participating in any program affiliated with the City program. • The undersigned further expressly agrees that the foregoing release, waiver and indemnity agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the State of Wisconsin, and that if any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect. • The undersigned has read and voluntarily signed the release and waiver of liability and indemnity agreement and further agrees that no oral representations, statements or inducement apart from the foregoing written agreement have been made. Dated: Participant’s Signature Print Name For Parents/Guardians: This is to certify that I, as parent/guardian with legal responsibility for this participant, do consent and agree to his/her release as provided above of all the Releasees and, for myself, my heirs, assigns and next kin, release and agree to indemnify the Releasees from any and all liability incident to my minor child’s involvement or participation in the above program, even if arising from negligence of the Releasees. This release includes all costs for medical treatment for which I and my spouse are responsible. Dated: Parent/Guardian Signature Print Name
Youth Sports SUMMER BASEBALL PROGRAM THANK YOU BASEBALL SPONSORS! VOLUNTEER COACHES - WE NEED YOU! We have many great community businesses You do not have to be a baseball expert to help your child’s pro- and organizations that sponsor our summer gram. Our programs are in need of parents to volunteer to help youth baseball program. A big shout out to coach. The commitment is minor - you’re going to be there to our 2018 sponsors: watch your child participate anyways, right? Volunteer coaches are necessary to help make our recreation program successful. Kiltie Drive-In Please consider signing up to volunteer when you register your Oconomowoc Kiwanis Breakfast Club child. The hope is a few parents will team to “coach” each team. Speechworks Oconomowoc Pediatric Dentistry PEE WEE BALL Ages 3-4 by June 11, 2019. The emphasis for pee wee ball will Davies Orthodontics be on the basic rules, skills, sportsmanship and having fun. A Resistance Exteriors tee and softie ball will be used to assist in teaching rules and Clearwing Productions game strategies. Parent participation is encouraged. Holzhauer, Hewett & Barta Orthodontics Derge & Son’s Electric LOCATION: Park Lawn Elementary School Vic’s Carpet & Flooring DATE & TIME: SERVEPRO Tuesday & Thursday 5:30-6:15 p.m. Want to get in the game? Sponsor a team for the 2019 season. June 11-July 25 (Off July 2 & 4) Sponsors have business name printed on team shirts and FEES: $40/Resident; $60/Out of District receive a team photo. Call (262) 569-2199 for more information. Registration deadline is Apr. 26 TEE BALL Ages 5-6 by Sept. 1, 2019. The emphasis for pee wee ball will KIDS SPORTS KICKBALL (Ages 3-9) be on the basic rules, skills, sportsmanship and having fun. A This program uses the game of kickball to develop tee and softie ball will be used to assist in teaching rules and basic skills of base-running, catching, throwing as well as game strategies. Parent participation is encouraged. teamwork, sportsmanship and overall coordination. Children will work on these skills while playing the game of kickball. LOCATION: Park Lawn Elementary School LOCATION: Chaffee Park DATE & TIME: Tuesday & Thursday 6:30-7:30 p.m. DATE & TIME: June 11-July 25 (Off July 2 & 4) Wednesdays Aug. 7-28 Ages 3-5: 5:30-6:10 p.m. FEES: $40/Resident; $60/Out of District Ages 6-9: 6:20-7 p.m. Registration deadline is Apr. 26 FEES: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident MINORS For ages 7-8 by Sept. 1, 2019, Minors offers an introduction to pitching, hitting and catching techniques. Teams will practice and play full games helping players prepare for the transition into higher levels of play. Some games may be played against Strike FC Wisconsin teams from Oconomowoc, Okauchee and the YMCA. Soccer programs for children ages 3-18 LOCATION: Chaffee Park & Other area ballfields Recreational Program (Ages 4-14)—Fall Registration Opens April 15th DATE & TIME: Academy Program (Ages 6-10) Fall Registration Opens April 15th Monday & Wednesday 6-7:30 p.m. Summer Camps (All Ages) Registration Open May 1st June 10-July 24 (Off July 1 & 3) Visit https://www.strikefc.org FEES: $50/Resident; $75/Out of District for more information on our programs Registration deadline is Apr. 26 7
Youth Sports INDOOR SOCCER KIDS SPORTS OUTDOOR SOCCER (Ages 2-8) The Indoor Soccer program is offered to ages 3 to 2nd grade. This program is designed to introduce the game of soccer Players do not need equipment, it will be provided. They are in a fun but challenging environment. Instructors will teach welcome to wear soccer gear if they want. T-shirts are provided. proper soccer skills like dribbling, passing, trapping, shoot- ing, defending as well as other basic soccer concepts and Please sign up by registration date to ensure spot in program. rules. Class consists of energized age-appropriate games and activities and small-sided matches. Spring: Apr. 6-May 11 (No class April 20) Registration is open for this class deadline is March 22 LOCATION: Chaffee Park *Saturday, Aug. 10 class will be held at Champion Field DATE & TIME: PEE WEE KICKERS Saturdays Ages 3-4. Your kickers will get to play with others their age Summer I June 1-June 22 (rain date June 29) while learning the elementary skills of soccer and Summer II July 27-Aug. 17 (rain date Aug. 24) sportsmanship in this indoor soccer program. Ages 2-3 w/caregiver 9-9:40 a.m. - Parent Participation Parent participation is encouraged. Ages 4-5 9:50-10:30 a.m. Ages 6-8 10:40-11:20 am. LOCATION: Silver Lake Intermediate School Gym Wednesdays DATE & TIME: Fall Sept. 4-Sept. 25 (rain date Oct. 2) Age 3 Saturdays 9:30-10 a.m. Age 4 Saturdays 10:15-10:45 a.m. Ages 2-3 w/caregiver 4:20-5 p.m. - Parent Participation Ages 4-5 5:10-5:50 p.m. FEES: Ages 6-8 5:50-6:30 p.m. $25/Resident; $37.50/Out of District FEES: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident KINDER KICKERS BRITISH SOCCER CAMP (Ages 6-16) Ages 5-6. Introduction to the game of indoor soccer for Experienced Challenger coaches use the most innovative your child. Your kickers will get to play with others their approaches to coaching youth soccer in the U.S. Each day age while learning the elementary skills of soccer and includes individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical prac- sportsmanship. tices, small sided games, coached scrimmages and a daily World Cup tournament. Emphasis placed upon individual LOCATION: Silver Lake Intermediate School Gym skill development, core techniques and small sided games. DATE & TIME: Register online at Challengersports.com by July7 to Saturdays 11-11:45 a.m. receive a free British Soccer jersey. FEES: $35/Resident; $52.50/Out of District Registration includes FREE soccer ball, T-shirt, evalua- tion and wall poster. $10 late fee applies after July 26. INDOOR SOCCER Monday- Friday Aug. 5-9 Roosevelt Park Grades 1-2. Fundamentals of soccer will be taught and Must Register at challengersports.com used in game play. An indoor soccer ball is used. LOCATION: Silver Lake Intermediate School Gym MINI CAMP DATE & TIME: Ages 4-5 7:30 -9 a.m. $121 Saturdays 8:15-9:15 a.m. HALF DAY CAMP FEES: Ages 6-10 9:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. $40/Resident; $60/Out of District $149 Ages 11-16 1:15-4:15 p.m. 8
Flag Football, Lacrosse & Field Hockey KIDS SPORTS FLAG FOOTBALL (Ages 3-8) FLAG RUGBY (Grades 1-8) The KidsSports SportsStart Flag Football program is a This non-contact co-ed flag rugby program introduc- child development program created to introduce the es rugby using modified rules. Practices will begin game of football. Classes will use developmentally ap- with basic skill development and will conclude with propriate games and equipment to introduce import- scrimmages. There will be two optional tournaments ant football skills such as throwing, receiving, running, through-out the summer (additional entry fee ap- blocking, defending, kicking, and punting. plies) so that the players can play against other Wis- consin Teams. LOCATION: Chaffee Park For more info or questions, contact Ray Meuer, firstname.lastname@example.org DATE & TIME: Tuesdays LOCATION: Roosevelt Park Spring: Apr. 30-May 21(raindate May 28) DATE & TIME: Ages 3-4 4:20-5 p.m. Tuesdays 5:30-7 p.m. Ages 5-6 5:10-5:50 p.m. June 4-July 30 Ages 7-8 6-6:40 p.m. FEES: $50/Resident; $75/Nonresident FEES: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident Includes T-shirt and Rugby ball FLAG FOOTBALL (Ages Grades 4-6) KIDS SPORTS LACROSSE (Ages 6-9) The Oconomowoc Flag Football program is a collaboration The KidsSports Lacrosse program is designed to among community partners, the City of Oconomowoc, introduce the growing sport of lacrosse in a fun but Oconomowoc Area School District and YMCA at Pabst challenging environment. Children will be taught the Farms. basic offensive skills like ground ball, passing, catch- ing, shooting and dodging. Defensive essentials like Season is Aug. 19-Oct. 19 footwork and team defense using fun, age appropri- ate drills, games and activities will also be taught. GRADE 4: Monday & Thursday 5:30–6:30 p.m. Champion Field LOCATION: Chaffee Park GRADES 5 or 6: DATE & TIME: Practices and games for these grade levels will be evenings and Saturdays at Champion Field and the Oconomowoc Wednesdays 6-6:40p.m. High School. May 1-22 (raindate May 29) Practice will be 1-2 days per week plus 1-2 games per week. FEES: $53/Resident; $78/Nonresident Schedules will be available after registration closes and the LACROSSE CAMP (Grades 2-12) number of teams are determined. This camp is offered as an all-position, no-contact camp to introduce young athletes (grades 2-12) to FEE: $65 the sport of lacrosse. This instructional lacrosse camp REGISTRATION DEADLINE AUG. 1. is directed by Oconomowoc High School Lacrosse coaches. Campers will learn the techniques of every POTENTIAL COACHES: If interested in coaching or assis- lacrosse position, both individually and as a team. tant coaching, contact Jennifer Froemming at Camp includes T-shirt. email@example.com. LOCATION: Roosevelt Park A coaches clinic put on by the High School coaches will be offered early summer and coaching manuals and DATE & TIME: playbooks will be provided. Wednesday July 24 5:30-7:30 p.m. COMMUNITY PARTNER PROGRAMS: GRADES 1-3: Register at YMCA at Pabst Farms FEES: $25/Resident; $37.50/Nonresident GRADES: 7-8: Register at OASD 9 OconomowocLacrosse.com
Golf Lessons & Youth Sports JUNIOR GOLF LESSONS (Age 7-17) KIDS SPORTS GOLF (Ages 4-7) Come improve your skills in this hands-on course with the Golf introduction and skill development designed golf pro. You will be able to work on skills on the range. to introduce key golf concepts primarily focused on Students will learn swing fundamentals, golf etiquette, form, approach, swing, club introduction, drive, irons, respect for the course and each other, and teamwork. chip, putt etc. Non-golf course space will be utilized Last day concludes with limited course play. Fee includes with a focus on gaining a basic understanding. range balls and clubs upon request. Golf Pro: Mike Weitor. *Aug. 10 will be held at Champion Field LOCATION: Deertrak Golf Club LOCATION: Chaffee Park DATE & TIME: DATE & TIME: Monday-Friday Saturdays Summer I: June 10-14 Summer I June 1-June 22 (rain date June 29) Summer II: July 29-Aug. 2 Summer II July 27-Aug. 17 (rain date Aug. 24) Beginners (ages 7-12) 8-9 a.m. Ages 4-5 11:30 a.m.-12:10 p.m. Intermediate (ages 10-17) 9:30-10:30 a.m. Ages 6-7 12:10-1:10 p.m. *Registration begins May 1 FEES: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident FEES: $70 per session For weather cancellations, call (920) 539-2352 KIDS SPORTS FIELD HOCKEY (Ages 4-9) The KidsSports Field Hockey program is designed to introduce and develop in beginning players key field ADULT GOLF LESSONS (Age 18 & Up) hockey concepts focused on ball control, passing, Beginner golf is for adults with little or no golf experience. receiving, dribbling, shooting defense, etc. Focus will Golf Professionals will teach you everything you need to be on building a basic foundation for players to move play golf, including proper grip, stance, ball positions and to the competitive level. Games will be played. the basics of all aspects of the game. Participants will be taken through a progression of the game: putting, chip- LOCATION: Chaffee Park ping, pitching, full swing and playing. Work on skills on the range. Last day concludes with limited course play. DATE & TIME: Fee includes range balls and clubs upon request. Tuesdays July 30-Aug. 20 (raindate Aug. 28) Golf Pro: Mike Weitor. Ages 4-5 4:40-5:20 p.m. Ages 6-7 5:30-6:10 p.m. LOCATION: Deertrak Golf Club Ages 8-9 6:20-7 p.m. DATE & TIME: FEES: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident Monday-Friday 5:30-6:30 p.m. Summer I: June 10-14 KIDS SPORTS MULTISPORTS (Ages 3-6) Summer II: July 29-Aug. 2 *Registration begins May 1 This program introduces children to popular sports like soccer, baseball, football and kickball and their FEES: $85 per session base techniques in a group setting. Great opportunity For weather cancellations, call (920) 539-2352 to try these sports to see if they would like to pursue one more. Enjoy Year Round Indoor Courts LOCATION: Chaffee Park TEAMS ZONE DATE & TIME: THE Wednesdays May 1-22 (rain date May 29) INDIVIDUALS MULTI SPORT FACIITY BIRTHDAY Ages 3-4 4:20-5 p.m. Ages 5-6 5:10-5:50 p.m. PARTIES 965 Cannon Gate Rd l 262-269-5335 l www.thelczone.com 10 FEES: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident
Youth Activities OUTDOOR ADVENTURES (Age 7-11) BRICKS 4 KIDZ - BUILDING WORKSHOP (Ages 6-10) This camp will allow your child to explore the great LOCATION: Oconomowoc Community Center outdoors through organized activities including hik- ing, canoeing, crafts and other activities. Each class will DATE/TIME/CLASS: meet at a different park. A schedule will be emailed July 19 1-4 p.m. Video Games Galore - Are you a video prior to the first class. game enthusiast? In this camp, you will be challenged to bring virtual images to life by building 3-D models LOCATION: Area parks from your favorite video games, such as Minecraft®, Mario®, Pokemon®, LEGO® Dimensions and more! DATE & TIME: Campers will face new challenges each day building Monday-Thursday 9-10:30 a.m. motorized Bricks 4 Kid models, figures builds, mosaic July 29-Aug. 1 (rain date Aug. 2) pictures and more. FEES: $35/Resident; $52.50/Nonresident *Includes FEE: $40/resident; $60/Nonresident choice of T-shirt or backpack included plus take homes and prizes. TREE TOPPERS (Ages 7 and up) Fun, fitness, adventure! Peaceful and invigorating, Aug. 2 1-4 p.m. Transformation Creations - Get ready recreational tree climbing allows climbers to ascend to build and discover how your model transforms! into and explore trees safely. Gain a new appreciation Campers will love the mash-up of combination mod- for trees, nature and parks. Recreational tree climbing els that can be rebuilt into something different. These is an activity that can be enjoyed as an individual, in awesome 2-in-1 models will include exciting charac- small groups and especially rewarding to families. All ters, robots, vehicles and more! Follow the step-by-step gear and instruction is provided. Participants should building plans and ignite your inner engineer by using wear long pants, sturdy shoes and bring a sense of your imagination to transform your model into some- adventure. Instructor: Tree Top Explorer LLC. thing unique. LOCATION: Naga-Waukee Park, 651WI-83, Hartland FEES: $35/Resident; $52.50/Nonresident. DATE & TIME: Aug. 12-14 - 9 a.m.-12 p.m. - Building is Awesome Sunday, June 9 11 a.m.-1 p.m. - Join LEGO Movie’s Emmet, Lucy, Unicorn Kitty and Sunday, July 21 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Benny on a journey to stop Bad Cop and Lord Busi- Wednesday, Aug. 14 4:30-6:30 p.m. ness from super-gluing the world. Campers will put their engineering skills to work as they build motor- FEES: $38 per person/per date; park fee included ized models, 3D figure models and mosaics. FEES: $84/Resident; $109/Nonresident *Includes choice LEARN TO SKATE (Age 4-12) f T-shirt or backpack included plus take homes This instructional ice skating program is held in cooper- ation with the Waukesha County Park System and local RIDING LESSONS (Age 4 and up) communities. This class consists of developing basic skat- Equitate offers English and Western riding lessons to all levels of youth and adult riders. Each 30-minute private les- ing skills for youth. It’s suggested children bring helmets son includes an ASTM-riding approved helmet in a heated (bike or other is fine) to the class. Please arrive early to indoor arena. allow time to get skates on before lesson begins. Register at the Community Center. LOCATION: Naga-Waukee Ice Arena 2946 Golf Road, Delafield Equitate Farm is located at N87W39389 County Road CW, just north of Oconomowoc off Highway 67. DATE & TIME: AVAILABLE TIMES: Mon., Weds. or Thurs. 3:30-8 p.m. Tuesday 5:15-5:45 p.m. or Sat. & Sun. 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Spring: May 21-June 25 FEE: $145/Introduction package of 4 private lessons Summer I: July 9-Aug. 13 Group lessons available too. Call (262) 244-7771 or email FEE: $60 - per session 11 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Spring Tennis Lessons April 29-June 3 (off May 27) Instructors: Barb Mueller, Certified Elite USPTA Pro & Hall of Famer & Lee Janny, USTA Instructor INTRO TO PEE WEE TENNIS (Age 3-4) NEW CLASS - INTERMEDIATE I (Ages 9-12) Hand-eye coordination skills, games and lots of fun in a Two full years of lessons required. Stroke development, fun relaxed atmosphere. Racquet provided. drills and learn singles and doubles play. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Wednesday 4:15-4:45 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park Saturday 9:40-10:40 a.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: $30/Resident; $45/Nonresident FEES: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident TINY STARS (Age 5-6) INTERMEDIATE EXCEL (Ages 8-10 & 11-16) BEGINNER: Introduction to tennis skills with hand-eye co- Minimum of three full years of playing experience. Refine ordination drills, games and a lot of fun in a relaxed atmo- strokes, learn specialty shots, drill and play, learn strategies for sphere. Racquet provided. singles and doubles. Instructor consent required. Must register in person. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Wednesday 5-5:45 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park INTERMEDIATE AGES 8-10 Saturday 11-11:45 a.m. Lee Janny Westover Park DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Tuesday 3:45-5 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park ADVANCED BEGINNER: One full year of lessons required. Hand-eye coordination drills, games and a lot of fun in a FEES: $50/Resident; $75/Nonresident relaxed atmosphere. Racquet provided. INTERMEDIATE AGES 11-16 DAY/TIME/LOCATION: DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Saturday 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park Thursday 4:15-5:45 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident FEES: $60/Resident; $85/Nonresident STARTER STARS (Age 7-8) BEGINNER: Learn basic stroke development, court eti- quette. Fun games, skills and drills. Racquet provided. TEEN (Age 14-16) DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Beginner. Learn basic strokes, court etiquette, skill drills Monday 4:45-5:45 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park and games. Learn to play the game. Class for those who Saturday 10-11 a.m. Lee Janny Westover Park have never had lessons. ADVANCED BEGINNER: One full year of lessons required. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Continued stroke development, footwork and fun drills. Monday 6-7 p.m. Lee Janny Westover Park Serve and play the game. DAY & TIME/LOCATION: FEES: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident Saturday 10:45-11:45 a.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident ADULT LESSONS BEGINNER: Learn the fundamentals of the game. Court FUTURE STARS (Age 9-11) etiquette and doubles play. Class for those who have never BEGINNER: Learn basic strokes, court etiquette, skill drills had lessons. and games. Learn to play the game. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Tuesday 5-6 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park Monday 6-7 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: $50/Resident; $75/Nonresident BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNER: One full year of les- sons required. Continued stroke development, fun drills, INTERMEDIATE: At least three years of playing. Must be able games and play. to play. Refine strokes. Learn specialty shots, drill and play. DAY & TIME/LOCATION: Saturday 9-10 a.m. Lee Janny Westover Park DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Wednesday 6-7:30 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident 12 FEES: $75/Resident; $100/Nonresident
Adult & High School Tennis & Leagues JV/VARSITY MATCH PLAY ADULT LESSONS Supervised singles and doubles match play. Build mental BEGINNER: Learn the fundamentals of the game. Court and emotional skills. Coached by former Ohio State Wom- etiquette and doubles play. Class for those who have never en’s Tennis Coach, Barb Mueller. had lessons. Daytime lessons available upon request. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Summer I: June 10 -July 17 Friday 9:30-11 a.m. Barb Mueller OHS Summer II: July 22-Aug. 21 June 21-July 26 FEES: $72/Resident; $97/Out of District DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Monday 6-7 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: Summer I: $60/Resident; $85/Nonresident JV/VARSITY DRILL & PLAY Summer II: $50/Resident; $75/Nonresident Open JV/Varsity drill and play. Not for beginners. Groove your strokes, work on consistency, and point play drills. INTERMEDIATE: At least three years of playing. Must be able to play. Refine strokes. Learn specialty shots, drill and play. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Monday 6-7:30 p.m. Lee Janny OHS DAY/TIME/LOCATION: June 17-July 22 Wednesday 6-7:30 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: Summer I: $90/Resident; $115/Nonresident FEES: $72/Resident; $97/Out of District Summer II: $75/Resident; $100/Nonresident NET GENERATION USTA JR. TEAM TENNIS LEAGUE TEAM TOURNAMENT (Ages 10-14) Play Junior Team Tennis this summer. Meet new friends. Team Tournament is an innovative way for children to enjoy tennis competition in a low-pressure team June 12-July 18 (off July 3& 4) - Register by June 1 environment. This experience will encourage players to gain match experience, develop their skills 10U & 12U through level-based play, and There will be divisions for 10 and under aged players using demonstrate good sportsmanship. red or orange balls and for 12 and under using green dot balls. This program teaches young players match etiquette, This tournament will provide young strategy and scoring. The focus will be on fun. Each week players a fun and social environment will consist of practice followed by match play. that highlights character and skill development. Players should DAY/TIME/LOCATION: know how to serve (underhand or Sunday 4-5 p.m. Andy Badura OHS overhand), rally the ball and keep score. FEES: $25/Resident; $37.50/Out of District Tournament Director: Lauri Badura DAY/TIME/LOCATION: 14U, 18U Intermediate Saturday May 11 11 a.m.-1 pm. OHS Singles, doubles and mixed competitive match play. FEE: $5/Resident; $7.50/Out of District League champions will advance to the Wisconsin District. Participants must be USTA members. Register for USTA membership online at: usta.com/membership OCONOMOWOC CLASSIC TENNIS TOURNAMENT (Ages 12-18) DAY/TIME/LOCATION: 14U This rookie tournament is for non-ranking players. Practice: Wednesday 2:30-3:30 p.m. Boys and Girls Singles. Two matches guaranteed. Play: Sunday 5-6 p.m. Tournament Director: Matt Teuteberg Andy Badura OHS DAY/TIME/LOCATION: 18U Saturday, July 27 at OHS Practice: Wednesday 3:30-4:30 p.m. FEE: $25 Play: Thursday 6-7:30 p.m. Entry deadline is 12 p.m. Wednesday, July 24 Andy Badura OHS Find us on Facebook, FEES: $60/Resident; $85/Out of District 13 facebook.com/OconomowocTennisClassic
Summer Tennis Lessons Summer I: June 10-July 19 (off July 4) Summer II: July 20-Aug. 22 *Please note lessons at Fowler Park meet at Westover Park Courts Aug. 17 and Saturday lessons at OHS meet at Westover Park July 27* MEET OUR SUMMER TENNIS INSTRUCTORS INTRO TO PEE WEE TENNIS (Age 3-4) Hand-eye coordination skills, games and lots of fun in a Barb Mueller - Certified Elite USPTA Pro Hall of Famer relaxed atmosphere. Racquet provided. Barb is an accomplished tennis player and coach. She was DAY/TIME/LOCATION: inducted into the USTA Tennis Hall of Fame in 2008. She holds Monday 10:15-10:45 a.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park several World Senior Singles and Doubles titles and more than 55 Wednesday 5:15-5:45 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park USTA Singles & Doubles Championships. Barb served on U.S. World Cup Teams from 1985-1999 & 2004. Mueller was a former U.S. FEES: Summer I: $36/Resident; $54/Nonresident Open Women’s 35 Singles Finalist. As a Junior, Barb was ranked Summer II: $30/Resident; $45/Nonresident 11 in USTA 18 singles and #5 in doubles. In Wisconsin, she was #1 consecutively in every age division. Barb has been a USPTA Elite Teaching Pro for 45 years. She is a TINY STARS (Age 5-6) former Women’s Tennis Coach at The Ohio State University, Mount Mary College, USTA Midwest and Colorado Sectional teams. She is an avid teacher for the Wi .Adaptive/ BEGINNER: Introduction to tennis skills with hand-eye co- Wheelchair tennis Program and to Native American communities. Barb’s passion is ordination drills, games and a lot of fun in a relaxed atmo- teaching children and adults of all ages 4 to 94 the” Sport of a Lifetime”. sphere. Racquet provided. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Andy Badura- USPTA Pro Wednesday 9:15-10 a.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: Summer I: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident Andy has been affiliated with the United States Professional Tennis Summer II: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident Association since 2009. He is Certified with the USPTA as a Tennis Professional and teaches at Lake Country Racquet Club in Hartland, DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Wisconsin. He has worked in the summer with the Oconomowoc Saturday 9-9:45 a.m. Jeff Modrow & Lee Janny OHS Parks and Recreation Department as a tennis professional for many FEES: Summer I & II: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident years. Andy is also certified for the 10 and Under Certification with the USPTA and enjoys educating school age children about the game of tennis. He is a Junior Team ADVANCED BEGINNER: One full year of lessons required. Tennis Coordinator for the USTA for the Lake Country Area since 2011. He resides in Hand-eye coordination drills, games and a lot of fun in a Oconomowoc with his wife Lauri and son Augie. The entire family is active in the relaxed atmosphere. Racquet provided. game of tennis and supporting the Oconomowoc Tennis Community. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Tuesday 11-11:45 a.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park Jeff Modrow - USPTA Pro FEES: Summer I: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident Summer II: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident Jeff Modrow is a Tennis Pro at Lake Country Racquet Club and a certified United States Tennis Professional for over 10 years. He has DAY, TIME & LOCATION: coached Varsity and JV tennis for both boys and girls at New Berlin Saturday 9:30-10:15 a.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park Eisenhower and Arrowhead High Schools. He enjoys teaching FEES: Summer I & II: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident beginners and developing strong fundamentals for early success and preparation for High School tennis. Jeff has two daughters and lives with his wife CARDIO TENNIS AVAILABLE in New Berlin, Wisconsin. “Are you fit to hit?” Agility and speed Lee Janny - USTA Tennis Instructor training. “Heart-pumping fitness” with warmup and cool down. Lee has worked with the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department Tuesdays 12-1 p.m. or 6-7 p.m. during the spring and summer seasons since 2016 and has Barb Mueller Fowler Park attended various USTA youth tennis teaching workshops. She is a fan of the continued growth of tennis in the community Fee: Spring & Summer II: $50/resident; and enjoys teaching the game of tennis to those learning to play. She also enjoys $75/Nonresident playing the game and participates in area tennis leagues as well. Summer I: $40/Resident; 14 $60/Nonresident
Summer Tennis Lessons Summer I: June 10-July 19 (off July 4) Summer II: July 20-Aug. 22 *Please note lessons at Fowler Park meet at Westover Park Courts Aug. 17 and Saturday lessons at OHS meet at Westover Park July 27* STARTER STARS (Age 7-8) TWEEN (Age 12-13) & TEEN (Age 14-16) BEGINNER: Learn basic stroke development, court eti- BEGINNER: Learn basic strokes, court etiquette, skill drills quette. Fun games, skills and drills. Racquet provided. and games. Learn to play the game. Class for those who have never had lessons. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Wednesday 10-11 a.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park DAY/TIME/LOCATION: FEES: Summer I: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident Tween: Wednesday 5-6 p.m. Andy Badura OHS Summer II: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident Teen: Wednesday 6-7 p.m. Andy Badura OHS FEES: Summer I: $48/Resident; $72/Out of District DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Summer II: $40/Resident; $60/Out of District Saturday 10-11 a.m. Jeff Modrow & Lee Janny OHS FEES: Summer I & II: $40/Resident; $60/Out of District NEW CLASS - INTERMEDIATE I (Ages 9-12) Two full years of lessons required. Stroke development, fun ADVANCED BEGINNER: Stroke development, footwork drills and learn singles and doubles play. and fun drills. Learn to serve and play. One full year of lessons required. DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Thursday 5-6 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park DAY/TIME/LOCATION: FEES: Summer I & II: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident Tuesday 5-6 p.m. Andy Badura OHS FEES: Summer I: $48/Resident; $72/Out of District Saturday 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park Summer II: $40/Resident; $60/Out of District FEES: Summer I & II: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Saturday10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park INTERMEDIATE EXCEL (Ages 8-10 & 11-16) FEES: Summer I & II: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident Minimum of three full years of playing experience. Refine strokes, learn specialty shots, drill and play, learn strategies for singles and doubles. Instructor consent required. Must FUTURE STARS (Age 9-11) register in person. BEGINNER: Learn basic strokes, court etiquette, skill drills and games. Learn to play the game. INTERMEDIATE EXCEL AGES 8-10 DAY/TIME/LOCATION: DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Tuesday or Thursday 10-11 a.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park Wednesday 11a.m.-12 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: FEES: Summer I: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident Summer I: Summer II: $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident Tuesday - $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident Thursday - $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident Saturday 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Jeff Modrow & Lee Janny OHS FEES: Summer I & II: $40/Resident; $60/Out of District Summer II: Tuesday - $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident ADVANCED BEGINNER: Continued stroke development, Thursday - $40/Resident; $60/Nonresident fun drills, games and play. One year of lessons required. INTERMEDIATE EXCEL AGES 11-16 DAY/TIME/LOCATION: DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Tuesday 6-7 p.m. Andy Badura OHS Mon. or Thur. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Barb Mueller Fowler Park FEES: Summer I: $48/Resident; $72/Out of District FEES: Summer II: $40/Resident; $60/Out of District Summer I: Monday - $72/Resident; $97/Nonresident Thursday - $60/Resident; $85/Nonresident Summer II: Monday - $60/Resident; $85/Nonresident 15 Thursday - $60/Resident; $85/Nonresident
Parenting Classes PARENTING CLASSES with Dr. Jacqueline Borthwick JACQUELINE BORTHWICK Dr. Jacqueline Borthwick is a licensed clinical psychologist whose LOCATION: All classes held at the Oconomowoc specializes in working with children, adolescents, young adults, and their Community Center Upper Hall, Room C families. TIME: She has extensive training and a wide-range of expe- 6-7:30 p.m. rience in psycho-diagnostic and neuropsychological assessment of individuals with learning, behavioral, and emotional challenges. FEES: $10/resident; $15/nonresident - per seminar Or 3 seminars for $25/resident; $37.50/nonresident - Additionally, she has a sub-specialty in parent education Must sign up in person or call to get discount and facilitating effective parenting strategies. She is married, has two adult children, and two grandchildren. Understanding, Preventing, and Managing Behavioral Problems in Preschool Children PARENTING CLASSES Cont. Temper tantrums, fights over toys, aggression, non- Conscientiousness: Key to Happy and compliance, and sibling rivalry happen in toddlers and Successful Children preschoolers. Children act out for different reasons. But Parents have come to assume that good grades and test when do typical, age-appropriate behaviors cross the scores are the best predictors of achievement, insur- line and become a problem worthy of concern? Find out ance against drug and alcohol addiction, and ultimate how to prevent and understand why young children success. Conscientiousness has been identified to be a have behavioral problems and what you can do about it. personality trait that can be cultivated in children and is a solid predictor for happiness, wealth, better health, DATE: April 2 or May 7 and life satisfaction. This is precisely what we want for our children. The Importance of Raising a DATE: April 16 or May 21 Socially Competent Child Parents will learn how coach children to regulate their Authoritative Parenting: What is it and emotional world in order to increase self-efficacy, Why is it important? improve school performance, have healthier social This session will focus on becoming an authoritative relationships and contribute to greater physical health. parent, which is a parenting style characterized by high Instruction on how to enrich the bonds between parent responsiveness (warmth) and high demands (struc- and child, which will contribute to the development ture). An authoritative parenting style responds to the of emotionally healthy adults. Fostering empathy and emotional needs of children while setting limits and guidance in dealing with your child’s negative emotions boundaries. Children raised by authoritative parents are will also be addressed. more likely to become independent, self-reliant, socially accepted, academically successful, and well-behaved. DATE: April 9 or May 14 They are less likely to report depression and anxiety, and less likely to engage in antisocial behavior such as delinquency and drug use. Control the Glow: Your Child and Screen Time We’ve all seen them: kids hypnotically staring at DATE: April 17 or May 15 glow¬ing screens and concerned parents. Research has now shown that electronics activate the pleasure cir- “I Just Want My Child to be Happy” and Other Myths cuits in the brain, much the same way that alcohol or sex of Parenting does. However, there are both benefits and risks to using There is an abundance of parenting tips and it can seem electronic devices. Find out about the impact of screen like there’s a new trend every week boasting about the time based on the latest research and the best practices best way to raise your kids or warning about the worst. to managing your child and teen’s use of electronics. The This session will deal with the most common myths — game Fortnite will also be addressed. and facts — about parenting today. DATE: April 10 or May 8 16 DATE: April 23 or May 28
Educational Programs SAFE SITTER COURSE (Ages 11-16) ADULT BRIDGE CLASSES The Safe Sitter Course is a medically ACBL Certified Teacher and Life Master Mark Nehs will accurate, highly structured teach each class at the Oconomowoc Community Center. babysitting preparation course under the guidelines of the BRIDGE PLAY & LEARN American Heart Association and We will have a mini lesson and then shuffle the cards and the American Academy of Pediatrics. The class includes: play. ACBL Certified Teacher Mark Nehs will be available for hands-on manikin practice, small-group interactive learning, questions to help your game reach the next level. If you role-playing and games. Each participant must pass a written are looking to improve your game, this will be an excellent and practical exam and demonstrate acceptable skills in care way to get the help you need. of a choking infant/child, infant and child CPR and more. This course is offered in partnership with the Tutor Doctor. DATE & TIME: Wednesday 1-3:30 p.m. LOCATION: Community Center June 5-July 17 Off July 3 DATE: (SIGN UP FOR ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DATES) FEES: $36/Resident; $54/Nonresident per session Friday, March 29 You can drop into this class. Monday, April 22 Drop-in fee: $8/Resident; $12/Nonresident Friday, June 14 Friday, July 12 BRIDGE III Friday, Aug. 2 The last class in the beginner series. We will cover preempts, strong 2 club, Blackwood, hand evaluation and a full course TIME: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. review. By the end of the class you will be ready to go play FEE: $90/resident; $115/nonresident Bridge anywhere at anytime. DATE & TIME: Wednesday 1-3 p.m. May 1-29 Did You Know? FEE: $50/Resident; $75/Nonresident - Includes book NEW CLASS - DECLARER PLAY Learn more about counting losers and winners, finessing, planning a cross ruff, managing entries, setting up side suits and a variety of other topics. Lessons and textbook will in- clude many examples to help you become a more successful declarer. DATE & TIME: Wednesday 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. May 1-29 FEE: $50/Resident; $75/Nonresident - Book included Wisconsin Angler instructors will guide children through the basics of fishing while they are able to try their luck with the sport. VisitOconomowoc.com Oconomowoc events are This FREE, two-hour workshop teaches the basics of bait, rods, now listed at fish, etc. to get acquainted with the sport of fishing. visitoconomowoc.com Equipment provided. Check it out today and 9-11 a.m. Saturday, June 1 Oconomowoc Community Center subscribe to the calendar to find out about all Cost: Free Limited to 24 participants. Sign up online Oconomowoc area events! 17
Dance Summer Dance Sessions Oconomowoc Rec partners with TTP Summer I: June 17- July 15 - Off July 1 Academy to offer dance classes at the Summer II: July 22-Aug. 12 Oconomowoc Community Center. BEBOP & PRIMARY I (Ages 3-4) TTP Academy is a group of professional Learn basic ballet steps and arm movements, rhythms and large dance educators with a passion for dance motor skills like hopping, skipping and leaping. Count to 5 in and involving the next generations. French, listening skills, fun activities and a short combination to perform for family and friends the final 10 minutes of the last class of the session. DATE & TIME: Monday 4-4:30 p.m. Dance Studio Dance Camps FEES: $44/Resident; $66/Nonresident - per session DUMBO (Age 4-7) Join our creative circus! Fly through the air, create a costume PRIMARY DANCE II/BALLET & TAP (Age 5-6) and a special craft. Have fun learning dance steps and new More advanced steps and skills will be taught including: learn- moves to show your friends. Then learn a beautiful ballet ing to count to 10 in French, creativity and French ballet terms. lyrical dance and perform for family and friends the last 10 Family and friends are invited to a short presentation the final 10 minutes of the last class of the session. minutes of Friday’s class. DAY TIME & LOCATION: DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Monday 4:30-5:15 p.m. Dance Studio Monday-Friday; June 24-28 3-4 p.m. Dance Studio FEES: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident - per session FEE: $60/Resident; $85/Nonresident BALLET I & II (Age 7-11) These are the first two levels of TTP’s classical ballet program. LION KING (Age 4-7) Barre, center and across the floor exercises are all a part of this Hakuna Matata! Get your claws ready for this roarrring good class using proper terminology and age-appropriate combina- time. Become a favorite character, learn cool dance moves, tions. Family and friends are invited to watch the last 10 minutes work on your own costume and craft and be ready for lots of the final class of the session. of fun! Top it off by learning a fun and funky Jazz dance to DAY TIME & LOCATION: perform for family and friends the last 10 minutes of class Monday 5:15-6:15 p.m. Dance Studio Friday. FEES: $56/Resident; $81/Nonresident DAY/TIME/LOCATION: Monday-Friday; July 15-19 3-4 p.m. Dance Studio JAZZ & TAP FOR BALLET I & II (Age 7-11) Tack on this 30-minute class and expand your dance experience. FEE: $60/Resident; $85/Nonresident DAY TIME & LOCATION: Monday 6:15-6:45 p.m. Dance Studio RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET (Age 6-11) FEES: $44/Resident; $66/Nonresident Wait for it! Get down and get funky. This is not your normal dance camp. Learn cool moves, design your own costume pieces, fun stuff to take home. Then put those new moves to work in a custom Jazz Funk routine in a special presenta- BALLET III & BALLET CAMPS AT HARTLAND STUDIO tion for family and friends the last 10 minutes of the class on Friday. To the Pointe is offering a Ballet III course for students at that level to maintain their skills at their Hartland Studio this summer. Con- DAY/TIME/LOCATION: tact TTP for more information. Monday-Friday; Aug. 12-16 3-4 p.m. Dance Studio TTP is also hosting dance camps for continuing dancers at their FEE: $60/Resident; $85/Nonresident Hartland studio Aug. 19-23. These classes will include work to fine tune techniques and skills for their level and include an evaluation and ceremony at the end of the program. Contact TTP for more information, http://ttpacademy.com/ 18
Dance, Baton & Gymnastics Dance, Poms & Baton Session Dates TUMBLING (Age 3-5) Spring: March 21-May 30 (off April 25 and 2 days TBD) Fitness and fun create an environment to learn motor skills, *Enrollment open before March 20 for this session. tumbling, group games and build self esteem. Children will Summer: June 13-Aug. 8 (off July 4, 25and 1 day TBD) work on balance & coordination and the fundamentals of tumbling. BEGINNER BATON (Age 5 & Up) LOCATION: Community Center Activity Room Learn different techniques of baton twirling while perform- ing a rhythmic routine. Twirlers will perform in local parades. DAY, TIME: Baton is available for purchase at the first class. Wednesday 3:30-4 p.m. LOCATION: Community Center Upper Hall June 12-July 24 (Off July 3) TIME & DAY: Thursday 6:30-7 p.m. FEES: $36/resident; $54/Nonresident FEES: Spring: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident GYMNASTICS (Ages 6 and up ) Summer: $36/Resident; $54/Nonresident Gymnastics instruction for all levels provided by experi- COMPETITION BATON I & II (Age 5 & Up) enced teachers. Includes basic foundational skills, strength and flexibility training, as well as skill development on Advanced level baton twirling. Instructor consent re- floor exercise, vault table, uneven parallel bars and balance quired. Twirlers will participate in local parades. beam. Students will perform skills in a show on the last day of session. TIME & DAY: Instructor: Margaret Way Competition Baton I Thursday 7-8 p.m. LOCATION: Oconomowoc High School Upper Gym Competition Baton II DATE & TIME: Thursday 8-9 p.m. Monday-Friday June 17-28 8:15-10 a.m. OR LOCATION: Community Center Upper Hall 10 a.m.-11:45 a.m. FEE: Summer: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident FEES: $80/resident; $105/Out of District PEE WEE DANCE (Ages 3-5) Introduction to dance movements with music. GYMNASTICS OPEN GYM (Ages 6 and up ) This class will make your little girl feel like a princess. Come and practice your gymnastics skills in this open gym Children will move to music in this fun and energetic supervised by instructor Margaret Way. Open to all levels. class. Instructor: Berrin Snyder LOCATION: Oconomowoc High School Upper Gym TIME & DAY: Thursday 5:30-6 p.m. DATE & TIME: Tuesdays June 11, 18 & 25 LOCATION: Community Center Upper Hall 5:45-7 p.m. FEES: Spring: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident FEES: $25/Resident; $37.50/Out of District Summer: $36/Resident; $54/Nonresident BEGINNER POMS (Ages 6-12) Students will learn technique and routines using pom poms and dance moves. Students will have the opportunity to perform in local parades. TIME & DAY: Thursday 6-6:30 p.m. LOCATION: Community Center Upper Hall FEES: Spring: $48/Resident; $72/Nonresident Summer: $36/Resident; $54/Nonresident 19
Preschool Classes EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING Mrs. Wood AND RECREATION (Ages 3-4) Bettsy Wood joined Oconomowoc Rec summer of 2017. Her experience as Our popular Preschool program is back and better than a professional substitute teacher in many of the Lake Country area school ever! This play-based program is designed to introduce districts has taught her one thing ... she loves working with your child to school in a fun engaging way. Sing and craft preschool and kindergarten aged students. your way through the ABC’s each week as new letters, sounds, numbers and more will be introduced. New skills such as pre-writing, social skills, math and science will be In the last two years Bettsy has grown our preschool the focus. programs and built a teaching team to create an even more enriching environment for early learners. LOCATION: Community Center Classroom DATE & TIME: “As a mom, I am learning everyday what keeps my kids Tuesday & Thursday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. interests and what doesn’t. I know that it’s important to build a foundation for learning, but I also know it’s important for them to get the ‘wiggles’ out, to play Semester I: Sept. 10-Jan. 21 (off Nov. 28; Dec. 17- Jan. 2) and be creative.” FEES: $576/Resident; $601/Nonresident *Registration deadline Aug. 2. No refunds after deadline. Bettsy is passionate about early literacy and creating a classroom environment where learning is fun and children are engaged. She understands the impor- Semester II: Jan. 28-May 21 (off Mar. 23-27) tance of making sure your child’s first school experience is a positive one. FEES: $576/Resident; $601/Nonresident *Registration deadline Jan. 4. No refunds after deadline. PRESCHOOL PLUS+ (Age 3.5-5) Is your child too young for elementary school but academi- SUMMER BOOK CAMP (Ages 3-4) cally ready for more? Then this program is for you! Focus will Theme-based introduction to preschool to help your child be on pre-reading, writing, word work and math skills to get prepare for the school year. Themes will be based on books. your child ready for kindergarten. Students should be able to identify most letters and numbers 1-10. Prior preschool expe- Session I: Cat Crazy - Crazy for Pete the Cat rience preferred but not required. *Preschool Plus+ students should also sign up for Friday Fiction & Fairytales. Session II: “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” and LOCATION: Community Center Classroom MORE by author Laura Numeroff DATE & TIME: LOCATION: Community Center Classroom Monday & Wednesday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. DATE & TIME: Semester I: Sept. 9-Jan. 20 (off Nov. 27 & Dec. 16-Jan. 1) Monday-Friday 9 -11 a.m. FEES: $576/Resident; $601/Nonresident *Registration deadline Aug. 2. No refunds after deadline. Session I: July 15-19 Session II: July 22-26 Semester II: Jan. 27-May 20 (off March 23-27) FEES: $576/Resident; $601/Nonresident FEES: $60/Resident; $85/Nonresident *Registration deadline Jan. 4. No refunds after deadline. FRIDAY FICTION & FAIRYTALES (Ages 3-5) Students will explore popular children’s books through song, crafts and science. This class is a great way to grow your litera- cy skills and develop an early love of literature. *This program compliments the other preschool programs offered. Students must be enrolled in one of the other programs during the week to enroll in this program. Must register in person. LOCATION: Community Center Classroom DATE & TIME: Fridays 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Sept. 13-Dec. 13 (off Oct. 4, Nov. 1 & Nov. 29) We read, read, read in our preschool classes. And then we celebrate with other fun activities about our friends like this craft where we FEES: $198/Resident; $223/Nonresident 20 became Pete the Cat!
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