Spring/Summer 2019 PROGRAMS, SPECIALTY CAMPS, & SWIM LESSONS - Essex Junction Recreation and Parks
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Spring/Summer 2019 PROGRAMS, SPECIALTY CAMPS, & SWIM LESSONS Registration for Walk-In, Mail-In, & Online RESIDENT: Now Available NON-RESIDENT: Wednesday, March 20, 8am We Create Community Through People, Parks & Programs For more details on our programs visit our online brochure: www.ejrp.org Follow us: twitter.com/EJRec facebook.com/EJRec instagram.com/ejrec www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 1
Registration Information Only registered participants are permitted in programs. Registrations are on a first come, first served, PAID basis. EJRP accounts must be in good standing at time of registration. Register early as programs have a minimum and maximum enrollment. Resident: One who resides in the Village of Essex Junction. We Create Community Through People, Parks & Programs Non-Resident: One who resides in any community outside of the Mission areas Village of Essex Junction. • Provide recreational experiences for all ages Non-resident surcharge: (built into program fee) • Provide community opportunities for fun and celebration $10 per participant for programs with fees less than $50; • Offer affordable and accessible programs $15 for programs with fees $50-$99; • Provide diverse learning experiences $20 for programs with fees $100 or more. • Promote lifelong health and wellbeing • Maintain environmental stewardship of our parks and facilities Walk-in: In person registrations may be made between 8am–4pm, Monday–Friday. You can use the drop box next to the front door during non-business hours. EJRP Staff Mail-in: Mail-in registration may be made by sending in payment Brad Luck, Director.....................................................................................email@example.com and the registration form. Include a self-addressed stamped Kirsten Santor, Program Director................................................. firstname.lastname@example.org envelope if you need a receipt. Pat Ivory, Program Director................................................................email@example.com Online Registration: Available for most programs. Visit Alyssa Callan, School Age Childcare Director...................... firstname.lastname@example.org www.ejrp.org to view programs and register. Maureen Gillard, School Age Childcare Director............ email@example.com Lindsay Going-Swaim, Waiting Lists: We maintain wait lists at no cost. We will attempt to Afterschool Enrichment Director...........................firstname.lastname@example.org offer additional classes for programs with large wait lists. Christina McLaughlin, Preschool Director.................email@example.com Payment: All programs must be paid at registration with check, Harlan Smith, Grounds & Facilities Director..........................firstname.lastname@example.org cash, or credit card. Caitlin Fay, Office Coordinator..............................................................email@example.com Cancellations: For cancellations and program changes, call EJRP Office 878-1375. If EJRP cancels a class during a session and rescheduling is Telephone.............................................................................................................878-1375 not possible, refunds will NOT be issued. If a program has not met Fax..............................................................................................................................872-3371 the minimum enrollment requirement one week prior to the first Email.................................................................................................firstname.lastname@example.org class, it will be cancelled. Web.................................................................................................................www.ejrp.org Refunds: For a refund, EJRP must be notified one week prior Hours.................................................................................................Mon-Fri, 8am–4pm to the start date of the class. If a refund is distributed, a $5 administration fee will be assessed. A seperate policy applies to licensed childcare. Essex Junction Parks Maple Street Park Cascade Park Program Location: All program locations are subject to change. 38 acres of park land 10 acres of park land ADA Compliance: We are committed to providing individuals recreation center tennis courts with disabilities equal access to our parks, facilities, and programs. 2 swimming pools basketball court We are willing to make reasonable accommodations in our concession stands baseball field programs in order to include those needing assistance. If you 4 pavilions playground areas have a disability requiring special accommodations please notify baseball fields us at least two weeks prior to the event so that we can make the tennis courts Stevens Park appropriate arrangements. basketball court 8 acres of park land playground areas nature trails Scholarships: If you are unable to pay due to hardship, please nature trails large open area request a Scholarship Application from the Essex Junction skate park Recreation & Parks office. All requests are confidential and bike park considered on an individual basis. Only residents of the Village gaga ballpit of Essex Junction are eligible. Essex Junction Recreation & Parks is a member of the National Recreation & Parks Association (NRPA) and the Vermont Recreation & Parks Association (VRPA) Design: Liquid Studio www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 Online registration available for many programs.
Spring/Summer 2019 Community & Running Events.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Certifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Aquatics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 S.T.E.A.M Camps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Recreation & Wellness Camps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Youth Leagues & Programs.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Young Hornets Sports Camps.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Full Day Summer Camps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 EJRP Preschool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 After School Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Adult Recreation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Adult Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Aspire Community Studio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Community Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Registration.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Promoting Community Health & Wellness EJRP is committed to building a healthier community through our parks and programming. By focusing on five components of health and wellness, EJRP is here to help everyone become the best versions of themselves! The benefits of programs with these icons may include: EMOTIONAL: Growth in your ability to identify and express your own thoughts and feelings, increased empathy, and skills to connect with and understand others. ENVIRONMENTAL: Exploring the wonder of the natural world, an understanding of connections between our choices and their impact on the environment, and time spent outdoors. INTELLECTUAL: Stimulating mental activity, acquiring new skills or knowledge, and improved creative thinking. PHYSICAL: Exercise, learning about healthy nutrition, improved cardiovascular health, and muscular strength and agility. SOCIAL: Community fostered by shared experiences, new friends and an expanded support network, a sense of respect, tolerance, and acceptance of others in our community. www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 1
Community & Running Events Essex Egg Hunt Pop Up Library at the Park Co-produced with Essex Parks and Recreation Co-hosted with the Brownell Library Toddler/Preschool–Grade 4 Thursday, May 23 Saturday, April 20 3–7pm Egg Hunt begins 10am sharp Maple Street Park Maple Street Park This fun filled afternoon will feature a pop-up library, courtesy 10 egg limit per child of the Brownell Library, and street performances from 4–6pm Bring your basket or bag to search for by the magician Ed Popielarczyk! Experience the library in a and collect eggs and treats! Celebrate different location. Brownell Library staff will be on hand to the first taste of spring with your provide library cards to Village neighbors from Essex. Dress residents, give out books, appropriately for the weather. talk about library services, Please help us in providing food to discuss summer reading the local food pantry and bring a programs and have a story non-perishable food item. time, all while enjoying the No pre-registration required. beautiful park! Maple Street Park Annual Father’s Day 8th Annual Essex Running Series Fun Run Half Marathon & 10K This points-based running series is designed Join us for our 29th Annual Father’s Day We are gearing up for a bigger and better to encourage friendly competition and Fun Run 5k (3.1 mile) certified road race. race in 2019! The race starts at Essex High the enjoyment of running and racing. T-shirts are guaranteed to all racers who School. At mile 4, runners will encounter a Course length will vary week to week but are registered before June 9. We will have one mile incline while conquering Curve will be between 2.5 and 5 miles. New and our popular prize categories for placers, Hill. The race will transition to dirt roads as experienced runners will enjoy the friendly, including fastest overall male, female, dad, runners make their way up and down the grassroots atmosphere of these fun senior, and more. hills of Lost Nation Road. The turn-around courses around the neighborhoods near spot is the end of Lost Nation Road, at the Maple Street Park. There will be an awards intersection of Old Stage Road. Runners ceremony at the last race. Register for will continue back on Lost Nation Road all 6 races by April 14 and guarantee before cruising down Lamore, back onto yourself a MSP Race Series T-shirt. Colchester Road to Old Colchester Road, towards the finish. The cutoff time for this event is 3 hours. Certification code VT12012JK. AGE All ages DATE Sunday, June 16 DATE Sunday, July 21 DATE Wednesdays, May 1–June 5 TIME Registration opens at 8am TIME 8:30am TIME Registration opens at 5:30pm Races begin at 9am Packet Pick Up Races begin at 6pm PLACE Maple Street Park Saturday, July 20, 12–4pm: PLACE Maple Street Park: Start and Finish line Fleet Feet Sports Start and Finish FEE $15 pre-registration Sunday, July 21, 6:30–8am: FEE $50 for all races $20 day-of registration Essex High School Ice Rink $10 drop-in fee CODE 170600A REGISTRATION DATE HALF 10K CODE 370600A NOTE Dads and Grand-dads race free! Regular: Mar 1–Jun 30 $60 $50 Call Maple Street Park to register, Late: Jul 1–Jul 18 $70 $60 878-1375 Day of (limited to 50) $95 $85 Day of Distance Change $20 added fee 2 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 Online registration available for many programs.
Certifications American Red Cross CPR, Wilderness First Aid First Aid, & AED Course Instructor: SOLO Wilderness Medicine Prepare yourself for emergency by learning to recognize, and Accidents happen. People get hurt, sick, or lost. The temperature drops, care for, a variety of first aid, breathing, and cardiac emergencies the wind picks up, and it starts to rain. Would you know what to do? involving adults, children, and infants. This is a two part course with Many backcountry emergencies are preventable, and even when an online interactive experience, where you will respond to real-world bad things happen, sometimes the wrong care can make things emergencies in a virtual setting, and an instructor-led classroom skill worse. By learning a few basic skills, you can make the difference be- session. Upon successful completion of this course you will receive a tween a good outcome and a bad one – and maybe even save a life. digital certificate for Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two This course will prepare you to recognize and care for a variety of years. This course is for both first time certification and recertification. wilderness emergencies. Upon successful completion of this course you will receive two-year certificate for Wilderness First Aid. DATE In-person session Tuesday, April 9 TIME 6–7:30pm AGE 16+ PLACE Maple Street Park Conference Room DATE Saturday & Sunday, June 1–2 NOTE This is a two part course with an online portion and TIME 8am–5pm in-person session. The fee covers both portions. PLACE Maple Street Recreation Center FEE $55 resident / $70 non-resident FEE $175 resident/$190 non-resident CODE 370301A CODE 370318A Nearly 45% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest Drivers Education victims survived when bystander CPR was Instructor: Cord Hull, Epic Driving, LLC Epic Driving focuses on defensive driving techniques including administered. AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION crash avoidance, situational awareness, zone control, mindful driving, and developing good driving habits. This course includes academic and behind-the-wheel driving components. The academic (classroom) component consists of 30 hours of engaging, American Red Cross Lifeguarding differentiated, and responsive classroom activities. Each behind- This course provides entry-level participants the the-wheel lesson will include 30 minutes of instruction and 30 knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic minutes of observation. For more information call 802-391-6623 or emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac email email@example.com. emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses. This is a two-part course with online and in-person course content. Prerequisites: Swim 300 AGE Teenagers and young adults with a valid VT learner’s permit yards continuously; Tread water for 2 minutes using only the legs; PLACE Maple Street Park Conference Room; Behind-the-wheel Complete a timed event within 1 minute, 40 seconds: swim lessons will be scheduled individually, twice per week 20 yards: surface dive to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a FEE $725 resident / $745 non-resident 10-pound object; Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the CODE 150302A back using legs only to return to the starting point; Exit the water without using steps or a ladder. Participants who successfully DATE DAY TIME complete this course receive an American Red Cross certificate for Jun 4–13 Tue & Thu 6:30-8:30pm Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED, valid for 2 years. Jun 17–Jul 3 Mon–Thu 6:30-8:30pm AGE 15+ DAY Saturdays FEE $340 resident / $360 non-resident NOTE Participants will also be required to complete roughly 7 hours of online work outside of class time CODE 350501A DATE TIME PLACE May 18 11am–6pm Saint Michael’s College May 25 11am–6pm Saint Michael’s College Jun 1 8am–5pm Maple Street Pool www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 3
Aquatics Maple Street Pool Daily Pool Fees Maple Street Pool 872–3370 Youth $5* Adult $7* Half price after 6pm Pool & Facility Rentals 878–1375 *$3 off with proof of Village residency. Must provide student ID, license, Pool Schedule Saturday, June 15–Saturday, August 24 or other written evidence upon entry. **After August 9, the pool closes at 7pm SEASON PASSES NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE! Monday–Friday 7:30am–12:05pm Lessons & Swim Team Season Pass Res Non-Res Code 12:15–12:30pm Pass-holder entry Family $85 $150 180500B 12:30–5pm Public Swim Two-person $65 $115 180500A 5–6pm Family Swim Individual Adult $45 $80 170500A 6–8pm** Public Swim Individual Youth $35 $65 160500A 8–9pm Pool Rentals Family: 2 adults and children under 19, residing at same address. Saturday–Sunday 9:15–10:55am Lessons/Rentals Two-person: 2 individuals residing at same address. 11–11:15am Pass-holder entry Passes are re-used each summer. Do not discard. 11:15am–5pm Public Swim ($5 replacement fee) 5–6pm Family Swim 6–8pm** Public Swim EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT! 8–9pm Pool Rentals Receive 10% off any season pass if purchased by April 30. Swim Lesson Groups Maple Street swim lesson curriculum was developed by Annie Cooper (swimwithannie.com) Please sign your child up based on the age they will be on the first day of the session you are enrolling in. Your child must be able to participate in a group setting. To give your child the best experience, base their enrollment on their current skills. Parent & Me 6 months–5 years An instructor-guided introductory exploration of water through songs and games with parent and child. Toddler 36–47 months Preschool 4–5 years Children who have not yet entered kindergarten. School Age 5–18 years Children who have completed kindergarten by summer. GROUP CURRENT SKILLS WILL WORK ON Beginner First exploration of water and group lessons. Putting mouth, nose, eyes, cheek, hair, ears in. Needs assistance/reassurance in water. Explore use of noodles/backpack. Paddler Travels with no assistance using noodles/backpack. Underwater Gaining a desire to be comfortably underwater. feelings range from absolutely not to maybe a quick dunk. Explore ears in while on back. Underwater Happily hangs out underwater. Can briefly float/travel in water Moving forward with face in. Propulsion. Ease with face in, without a floatation device. On back, ears in. Explore coming up for air. Swimmer Swims with face comfortably in water, takes breath, Exploration of all four strokes, independent re-submerges without assistance; 15+ yards in water over head. back swim, swimming underwater at depth. Strokes Some experience with all four strokes. Can swim 25 yards Explore a natural ease and efficiency in water multiple times during a lesson in all four strokes. Efficiency Experience with all four strokes. Can swim 50+ yards comfortably. Explore efficiency and endurance. Diving Comfortable jumping in deep water and happily enters the Jumping and diving off the side and board. water head first. Can tread water. Front, back, reverse and inward dive for those more advanced. Swim Team & Experience with all four strokes. Can swim 25 yards multiple Build camaraderie and teamwork in a Rookie Swim Team times. Thoroughly enjoys swimming. welcoming atmosphere. 4 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 Online registration available for many programs.
Swim with Annie – Spring DATE Session E: April 29–June 16 EJRP has formally partnered with Swim With Annie to offer swim lessons (no swim May 25–27) year-round. Swim With Annie has provided the curriculum for our Maple FEE Parent and Me: $80 Street swim lessons in the summer and training for our instructors since Rookie Swim Team: $90 2009. Annie Cooper will be teaching the lessons listed below. We are All lessons & Recreational Swim Team $180 pleased to provide this opportunity and look forward to continuing to PLACE Monday–Friday: enhance our EJRP swim offerings. Lessons are 30-minutes, one day per The Spa at The Essex, 70 Essex Way, Essex Junction week, for six weeks. Note: Afterschool Enrichment Swim and Play will be Saturday–Sunday: offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the upcoming sessions. See page PT360 Shelburne, 6221 Shelburne Road, Shelburne 19 for session dates. AGE GROUP THE SPA AT THE ESSEX PT360 SHELBURNE Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun Parent 9–9:30am 9–9:30am 5–5:30pm and Me 310500E1 310500E2 310500E3 Beginner 9–9:30am 310501E1 9:30–10am 9–9:30am 9:30–10am 9–9:30am 9–9:30am Paddler 310502E1 310502E2 310502E3 310502E4 310502E6 Toddler 4:30–5pm 310502E5 Underwater 10–10:30am 9:30–10am Ease 310503E1 310503E2 Beginner 11:30–12pm 320501E1 10–10:30am 9:30–10am 9:30–10am 9:30–10am 11–11:30am 8–8:30am Paddler 320502E1 320502E2 320502E3 320502E4 320502E5 320502E7 2–2:30pm 320502E6 10:30–11am 10–10:30am 10–10:30am 10:30–11am 8–8:30am 8:30–9am Preschool Underwater 320503E1 320503E2 320503E3 320503E4 320503E5 320503E7 Ease 10:30–11am 320503E6 Swimmer 11–11:30am 10–10:30am 320504E1 320504E2 Strokes 9:30–10am 320505E1 Paddler 4–4:30pm 3:30–4pm 3–3:30pm 330502E1 330502E2 330502E3 4:30–5pm 4–4:30pm 11:30–12pm 10–10:30am 330503E1 330503E2 330503E3 330503E5 Underwater 4–4:30pm 12–12:30pm Ease 330503E4 330503E6 1–1:30pm 330503E7 3:30–4pm 4:30–5pm 8:30–9am 10:30–11am 330504E1 330504E3 330504E4 330504E8 4–4:30pm 12–12:30pm 11–11:30am School Age Swimmer 330504E2 330504E5 330504E9 1–1:30pm 330504E6 1:30–2pm 330504E7 Strokes 12:30–1pm 12:30–1pm 330505E1 330505E2 1:30–2pm 330505E3 Rookie 5–5:30pm 4–4:30pm 4:30–5pm 5–5:30pm Swim Team 330507E1 330507E2 330507E3 330507E4 Recreational 5:30–6:30pm 4:30–5:30pm 5–6pm 5:30–6:30pm Swim Team 330508E1 330508E2 330508E3 330508E4 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 5
Aquatics Summer Swim Lessons at Maple Street Pool When registering for Monday–Friday morning and evening lessons, include the session letter in the blank (1#####A#). Morning Schedule ONE WEEK SESSIONS MONDAY–FRIDAY 10:25–10:55am 11–11:30am 11:35am–12:05pm Monday–Friday 5-days/week, 1-week Parent & Me 105001_6 Toddler: Beginner 115101_4 115101_6 Session B: July 8–12 $38 resident/$48 non-resident Toddler: Paddler 115201_5 115201_6 Preschool: Beginner 125101_4 Session D: July 29–August 2 $38 resident/$48 non-resident Preschool: Paddler 125201_4 125201_5 125201_6 Preschool: Underwater Ease 125301_4 125301_5 125301_6 TWO WEEK SESSIONS Preschool: Swimmer 125401_5 Monday–Friday School Age: Paddler 135201_4 135201_5 135201_6 5-days/week, 2-weeks School Age: Underwater Ease 135301_4 135301_5 135301_6 Session A: June 24–July 5 School Age: Swimmer 135401_4 135401_5 135401_6 No class July 4. $54 resident/$69 non-resident School Age: Strokes 135501_5 135501_6 School Age: Efficiency 135601_4 Session C: July 15–26 $60 resident/$75 non-resident School Age: Diving 135701_4 135701–5 Swim Team 135801A 7:30–8:30am, Mon–Thu, Jun 24–Aug 1 Session E: August 5–16 $60 resident/$75 non-resident Rookie Swim Team 135801B 8:35–9:05am, Mon–Thu, Jun 24–Aug 1 Evening Schedule All evening classes will be taught in the large pool in the lap lanes. Monday–Thursday 4-days/week, 2-weeks MONDAY–THURSDAY 6–6:30pm 6:30–7pm Session F: July 8–18 School Age Underwater Ease: 135301_7 Swimmer: 135401_7 $60 resident/$75 non-resident Session G: July 22–August 1 $60 resident/$75 non-resident Saturday Schedule SATURDAY 9:15–9:45am 9:50–10:20am 10:25–10:55am ONE WEEK SESSIONS Parent & Me 105001J0 1-day/week, 8-weeks Toddler: Beginner 115101J8 Session J: June 22–August 10 Toddler: Paddler 115201J9 $60 resident/$75 non-resident Preschool: Beginner 125101J8 Preschool: Paddler 125201J9 Preschool: Underwater Ease 125301J0 School Age: Paddler 135201J8 School Age: Underwater Ease 135301J9 135301J0 School Age: Swimmer 135401J9 6 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 Online registration available for many programs.
Maple Street Recreational & Community Swim Meets Rookie Swim Teams Join Annie Cooper and friends for one, two, or all three Swim Coaches: Annie Cooper & Maple Street Swim Instructors community swim meets! We are offering the opportunity for people An opportunity for swimmers who are prepared to swim hundreds of of all ages (kids, teens, and adults) to hop in the pool for a fun yet yards with strong strokes, are happy to swim for a long period of time, competitive swim. You pick your event(s) and how many you want to and are willing to be challenged. Swimmers will gain the knowledge and participate in. We will group swimmers by age and heat as best as we skills to improve their efficiency in the water in a fun and recreational can. Spectators are welcome to come and cheer! Swim Ribbons will be way. We are not a part of the Champlain Valley Swim League and do given to every participant. Events may include 25/50 butterfly, back- not have formal, weekly meets. However, swimmers are welcome stroke, breaststroke, freestyle, 100 freestyle, and 100 individual medley. to participate in the community swim meets. A fun way to improve your competitive swimming skills in an encouraging environment. AGE All ages Swim up to four mornings per week, or less. It’s up to you! No pressure. DAY Fridays FEE $10 per swimmer for as many events as you choose AGE Entering grades K–12 NOTE Pre-registration is encouraged, but not necessary. DATE Monday–Thursday, June 24–August 1 SPRING SWIM MEETS SUMMER SWIM MEETS PLACE Maple Street Pool PLACE Saint Michael’s College Maple Street Pool RECREATIONAL SWIM TEAM TIME 6:15–7:15pm 7–8pm Strokes & Efficiency Groups CODE DATE CODE DATE TIME 7:30-8:30am 380500C May 17 135901A Jun 28 FEE $99 resident/$114 non-resident 380500D Jun 7 135901B Jul 19 CODE 135801A 135901C Aug 2 ROOKIE SWIM TEAM: For those who want to be on the Swim Team but aren’t quite ready for the full hour. Summer Swim with Annie: Indoors Swimmer & Strokes Groups Annie Cooper will be teaching indoor lessons this summer at both TIME 8:35–9:05am the Spa at The Essex and Shelburne PT360. These offerings are Build FEE $55 resident/$70 non-resident a Group. Build your own group and register online. Or, if you need CODE 135801B help forming a group, email Annie at firstname.lastname@example.org. FEE $480 for 4 30-minute lessons for up to 4 swimmers NOTE To find codes and register for these blocks visit ejrp.org WEEKDAYS PLACE Spa at The Essex TIMES 2–2:30pm 2:30–3pm, 3–3:30pm, 3:30–4pm SESSION DAY DATE K Mon–Thu Jun 24–27 L Mon–Thu Jul 8–11 M Mon–Thu Jul 15–18 Adult Swim Evening with Annie N Mon–Thu Jul 22–25 Tips and tricks for improvement. Annie Cooper answers all of your P Mon–Thu Jul 29–Aug 1 questions about swimming while you discover ways to improve. For Q Mon–Thu Aug 5–8 adults at all levels. This is a fun, conversational, scientific approach WEEKENDS to everything from how to go underwater, floatation, strokes and PLACE PT360 Shelburne the ins and outs of swimming. You will be wearing a swimsuit and TIMES Saturdays: 12:30–1pm, 1–1:30pm, 1:30–2pm, 2–2:30pm going in the pool to try out the things you are learning, as we talk. Sundays: 8–8:30am, 8:30–9am, 9–9:30am, 9:30–10am AGE 17+ SESSION DAY DATE PLACE The Spa at The Essex R Sat Jun 22, 29, Jul 6, 13 S Sat Jul 20, 27, Aug 3, 10 CODE DAY DATE TIME FEE T Sun Jun 23, 30, Jul 7, 14 370500C Wed May 15 6:15–7:15pm $30 U Sun Jul 21, 28, Aug 4, 11 370500D Wed Jun 5 6:15–7:15pm $30 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 7
S.T.E.A.M. Camps S.T.E.A.M. is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Critter Camp! Technology, Engineering the Arts and Mathematics as access points Instructor: Tina Logan, ADL Art Teacher for guiding student inquiry, dialogue and critical thinking. The end This is a fun filled camp for creature lovers (real and imaginary)! results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential Spend the week making paper mâché creatures, critter portraits, learning, persist in problem solving, embrace collaboration and work pillow pals and pocket pets! Our imagination and creativity will be through the creative process. These are the innovators, educators, our inspiration! leaders and learners of the 21st-Century. — Education Closet AGE Entering grades 1–4 DATE Create & Play with Paper Mâché PLACE Monday–Friday, Aug 5–9 ADL Art Room Instructor: Tina Logan, ADL Art Teacher NOTE Please bring a water bottle and bag lunch if you are Spend a week learning about the endless possibilities of creating staying all day. Daily snack, a sketchbook, and camp with paper mâché. Learn about armature building and various bag to decorate will be provided. paper mâché techniques. Create one large masterpiece or a series of small ones. If you like to build, use your imagination, and get CODE TIME FEE your hands goopy then this is the camp for you! No experience 140203A 9am–12pm $200 res/$220 non-res necessary, only imagination and enthusiasm. 140203B 1pm–4pm $200 res/$220 non-res 140203C 9am–4pm $300 res/$320 non-res AGE Entering grades 4–8 DATE Monday–Friday, June 24–28 PLACE ADL Art Room EHS Filming Camp NOTE Please bring a water bottle and bag lunch if you are Instructors: Tom Preska, EHSPN staying all day. Daily snack, a sketchbook, and apron Interested in filming? Learn how to film, edit and produce your own to tie dye included. short films! Work with the teacher and former students of Essex High Schools sports show EHSPN to create dynamic images and CODE TIME FEE video. In this camp you will learn how to use a DSLR camera as well 140202A 9am–12pm $200 res/$220 non-res as premiere pro to produce exciting films. Over the week we will 140202B 1pm–4pm $200 res/$220 non-res split between shooting and editing and you will learn the skills that 140202C 9am–4pm $300 res/$320 non-res will allow you to excel at both. Already enrolled in Camp Maple Street, REACH, AGE Entering grades 5–10 or STAR but see an exciting specialty camp the DATE Monday–Friday, July 29–Aug 2 same week? Sign up and get 25% off the TIME 9am–3pm PLACE EHS Library specialty camp (in-person or over the phone only) FEE $275 resident/$295 non-resident CODE 140200A Fun with Fiber Instructor: Tina Logan, ADL Art Teacher Youth Woodworking Spend a week making sock animals, stuffies, needle felted creatures, Instructors: Stuart Cheney & Sachi Hergesheimer, Sawmill Studio yarn paintings, weaving, string art and more! This camp will Build self-esteem through independent, hands on woodworking introduce the wonders of creating cool things out of fiber. this summer. Learn a new craft and make some sawdust! This class No experience necessary, only imagination and enthusiasm. will show you how to make several small woodworking projects using hand tools. Learn how to layout, cut, shape, and assemble AGE Entering grades 4–8 your projects. There will be no power tools used and no experience DATE Monday–Friday, July 8–12 with hand tools is necessary. To learn more about projects and what PLACE ADL Art Room we do in class, check us out at www.facebook.com/sawmillstudio. NOTE Please bring a water bottle and bag lunch if you are staying all day. Snack and camp T-shirt to tie-dye AGE Entering grades 1–6 included. DATE Monday–Friday, July 22–26 TIME 9–10:30am CODE TIME FEE PLACE ADL Middle School old Tech Ed Room 140201A 9am–12pm $200 res/$220 non-res FEE $115 resident/$135 non-resident 140201B 1pm–4pm $200 res/$220 non-res CODE 130300A 140201C 9am–4pm $300 res/$320 non-res 8 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 Online registration available for many programs.
Cool Creative Cooking Camp LEtGO Your Mind: Amusement Park Instructors: John and Cindy Dowman, CTE Instructors Thrill Rides & Stop Motion Animation Looking to be actively engaged all morning long while creating lots Channnel your inner master builder and create your very own LEGO of delicious food and baked goods? Working with professionally amusement park thrill rides where everything is awesome! Students trained instructors, campers will learn basic knife skills, cooking and will use gears and motors to learn about mechanical devices such baking skills, ingredient identification and presentation skills. Each as levers, wheels and axles. Students will build: Merry Go Rounds, day campers will receive lunch and dessert of their own creation Emmet’s Double Decker Couch Hopper, Tilt–A-Whirl, motorized LEGO and recipes used during the camp. cars and many more. During the afternoon students will create their very own LEGO Stop Animations, just like The Lego Movie! Double AGE Entering grades 4–9 Decker couches welcome. Students will build their own mini movie DATE Monday–Friday, June 24– 28 set and create an animated movie using LEGO mini figures and other TIME 8am–12:30pm objects. The students will also learn how to edit their movies and add PLACE Center for Technology Essex titles/credits using Professional Stop Animation software. FEE $199 res/$219 non-res CODE 140300A AGE Entering grades 1–4 DATE Monday–Friday, July 22–26 TIME 9am–3pm Baking for Beginners Camp PLACE Hiawatha Instructor: Kathy Lawrence, EWSD Librarian NOTE Please bring a lunch. Participants will receive a Learn how to read a recipe, measure ingredients, and bake sweet or LEtGO Camp t-shirt. You’ll go home with many great savory treats! Each day is themed and will start with a read-aloud. ideas and fun memories, but not your LEGO creations. Recipes and themes change from year to year, so repeat campers FEE $305 res/$325 non-res can learn something new! Perfect for the beginning baker. CODE 130302A AGE Entering grades 1–4 DATE Monday–Friday, July 8–12 LEtGO Your Mind: EV3 Robotic TIME 9–11am PLACE Center for Technology Essex Amusement Thrill Rides & Stop FEE $90 resident/$105 non-resident Animation/Minecraft NOTE Please let EJRP know of any food allergies at time of Come and join us as we design, build, and program robots that registration. If campers have their own apron or smock. interact, perform complex tasks, and respond to changes in the It’s a good idea to bring it, along with a water bottle environment. Using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 motors, sensors and CODE 130301A gears students will enhance their robotics skills by completing missions within an amusement park built by them. During the afternoon students will create their very own LEGO Stop Animations, Baking for Beginners Level II just like The Lego Movie! Double Decker couches welcome. Students Instructor: Kathy Lawrence, EWSD Librarian will build their own mini movie set and create an animated movie Designed for those who are already comfortable in the kitchen and using LEGO mini figures and other objects. The students will also learn want to continue building their baking and cooking skills. A great how to edit their movies and add titles/credits using professional next step for those who have been to Baking for Beginners. stop animation software. In addition, students will learn to use various Minecraft skills to customize and create their own Amusement thrill AGE Entering grades 2–6 rides! They will learn about creating electrical circuits using Redstone. DATE Monday–Friday, August 5–9 This will help students create features like functioning doors and traps PLACE Center for Technology Essex doors that operate with the push of a button. TIME 9–11am FEE $95 resident/$110 non-resident AGE Entering grades 4–8 NOTE Please let EJRP know of any food allergies at time of DATE Monday–Friday, July 22–26 registration. If campers have their own apron or smock, TIME 9am–3pm It’s a good idea to bring it, along with a water bottle. PLACE Hiawatha CODE 140301A NOTE Please bring a lunch. Participants will receive a LEtGO Camp t-shirt. You’ll go home with many great Look for our Summer Special Events brochure ideas and fun memories, but not your LEGO creations. FEE $305 res/$325 non-res coming in early June! CODE 140302A www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 9
Recreational & Wellness Camps Girls Roller Derby Camp Junior Golf Camp Instructor: Green Mountain Derby Dames Skaters Instructor: Dan Lehmann, PGA Pro Spend the week with veteran skaters from the Green Mountain Learning the game of golf has never been more fun. Our junior Derby Dames learning all the basic skills of skating on quad roller golf program is designed to keep kids entertained, while they skates: skating, stopping, agility, speed and endurance. Campers learn all the basics of full-swing, short game, putting and rules will learn the basics of how to play roller derby in a controlled, safe and etiquette. environment that focuses on teamwork, getting to know the positions and some rules, and safe gameplay. Off-skates activities DAY Monday–Friday will include derby crafts, coming up with team names, and PLACE Catamount Country Club decorating team jerseys. This camp is suitable for beginners as 1400 Mountain View Road in Williston well as experienced skaters. NOTE Lunch is included in the full-day program. Friday is half-day instruction followed by pizza party and prizes. AGE Girls entering grades 2–12 Golfers may stay and play 9 holes for free unsupervised DATE Monday–Friday, July 15–19 following the party. TIME 1:30–5:30pm CODE GRADE DATE TIME FEE PLACE Essex High School Rink 130105A1 Entering 3–9 Jun 17–21 8:30am–12pm $210 FEE $81 resident/$96 non-resident 130105A2 Entering 6–9 Jun 17–21 8:30am–3pm $395 NOTE Required gear: Quad roller skates (not roller blades), 130105B1 Entering 3–9 Jun 24–28 8:30am–12pm $210 knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, helmet, mouth 130105B2 Entering 6–9 Jun 24–28 8:30am–3pm $395 guard. All gear must fit snugly and securely. Bring 130105C1 Entering 3–9 Jul 8–12 8:30am–12pm $210 your own water bottle and snack. Campers can 130105C2 Entering 6–9 Jul 8–12 8:30am–3pm $395 purchase gear packages ranging from skates only to 130105D1 Entering 3–9 Jul 15–19 8:30am–12pm $210 full sets of gear; contact EJRP for ordering information. 130105D2 Entering 6–9 Jul 15–19 8:30am–3pm $395 Safety equipment used for skateboarding would be 130105E1 Entering 3–9 Jul 22–26 8:30am–12pm $210 appropriate for this camp. 130105E2 Entering 6–9 Jul 22–26 8:30am–3pm $395 CODE GRADE 130105F1 Entering 3–9 Jul 29–Aug 2 8:30am–12pm $210 160100A 2–5 130105F2 Entering 6–9 Jul 29–Aug 2 8:30am–4pm $395 160100B 6–8 160100C 9–12 Tennis Camp Instructor: USTA EJRP has teamed up with USTA to bring you quality tennis instruction at affordable prices. The perfect opportunity for your child to learn a lifelong sport in a fun and recreational way. This active program will give your child the opportunity to learn the fundamental skills of tennis. Players will be taught the rules of the game and will work on their forehand, backhand, and more! Each player will receive a tennis t-shirt. AGE Entering grades K–6 PLACE Maple Street Park FEE $45 resident/$55 non-resident NOTE Bring your own racquet to each lesson if you have one. CODE GRADE DAY DATE TIME 130103A1 K–2 Mon–Fri Jun 24–28 9–10am 130103A2 3–6 Mon–Fri Jun 24–28 10:15–11:15am 130103B1 K–2 Mon–Fri Jul 8–12 9–10am 130103B2 3–6 Mon–Fri Jul 8–12 10:15–11:15am 130103C1 K–2 Mon–Fri Jul 22–26 9–10am 130103C2 3–6 Mon–Fri Jul 22–26 10:15–11:15am 10 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 Online registration available for many programs.
Girl Spirit Creative Yoga & Movement Camp Instructor: Sylvia Kabusk, Ananta Yoga, South Burlington Do you enjoy movement, music, creating, and relaxing? You will learn fun combinations of yoga, tumbling basics, and dance to foster self-confidence and positive self-image where every girl is a winner! In addition, you will enjoy creating beautiful crafts to take home at the end of the week. Girls experience the joy and freedom of being in their body, deepening their connection with the world around them, and celebrating their individuality and uniqueness! No special skills required. Just come as you (perfectly) are! AGE Entering grades 1–8 DATE Monday–Friday, July 8–12 TIME 12–3pm PLACE Hiawatha FEE $132 resident/$152 non-resident NOTE Bring a nutritious snack, water bottle, and a yoga mat if you have one. CODE 160101A Archery Camp Instructor: Pelkey’s Archery Archery is all inclusive and FUN! Shooting a bow & arrow will teach discipline and build confidence. Participants will learn safety, basic skills and fundamentals, and have fun through individual instruction, shooting and team building drills. AGE Entering grades 2–8 PLACE Maple Street Park FEE $56 resident/$71 non-resident Kids Creative Yoga Camp CODE DAY DATE TIME Instructor: Sylvia Kabusk, Ananta Yoga, South Burlington 130104A Mon–Fri Jul 22–26 1–1:50pm Swim like a dolphin! Dance like a snowflake! This camp is a joyful 130104B Mon–Fri Jul 29–Aug 2 1–1:50pm approach to teaching children about themselves, each other, and the universe in which they live. This fun and engaging camp weaves together yoga, expressive movement, cooperation activities, songs, Tossing Loops: Learn to Fly Fish crafts, and stories helping to promote children’s self-confidence, Instructor: Mike Abbott, Tasty Water Adventures expression, and mutual self-respect. Children experience the joy of Come join us for an introduction to fly fishing! Learn skills like preparing being in their body, connecting with their breathing, and learning your setup, casting, identifying insects, and how to approach fish. This to celebrate their individuality and uniqueness. Each session will be fun and engaging camp will strengthen children’s connections with our unique as every class has something new to learn. local waterways and fisheries. Camp will include days spent practicing and learning at Maple Street Park and trips to local fishing spots. AGE 4–5 years DAY Monday–Friday AGE Entering grades 4–8 DATE July 8–12 PLACE Maple Street Park and nearby fishing locations TIME 9–11am NOTE River-safe footwear and a pole are required. Poles PLACE Hiawatha available for rental at $35/week or purchase at $80/each FEE $89 resident/$104 non-resident CODE DATES TIME FEE NOTE Bring a nutritious snack, water bottle, and a yoga mat 135901A Jul 15–19 1–5pm $140 res/$160 non-res if you have one. 135901B Jul 29–Aug 2 8:30am–12:30pm $140 res/$160 non-res CODE 120100A 135901C Aug 12–16 8:30am–12:30pm $140 res/$160 non-res www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 11
Youth Leagues & Programs Blueprint Basketball AAU Club Junior Roller Derby League Instructor: BJ Robertson and Staff Instructor: Green Mountain Roller Derby Blueprint Basketball is an AAU program to help develop players’ Vermont’s first women’s flat track roller derby league continues to basketball skills and IQ. We will build 10-person teams for boys and support the Minor Catastrophes, Vermont’s first girls’ junior roller girls in grades 3–11. Our program will compete in local tournaments derby team. Each week girls will train with veteran skaters from Green as well as travel around the New England area. We want to make Mountain Roller Derby learning all the basic skills of skating on quad Vermont basketball strong across the state and, in doing so, we roller skates: skating, stopping, agility, speed and endurance. Girls will be offering practices and training from March through with skating ability from beginning to advanced can participate. November to develop stronger players throughout Essex and neighboring communities. AGE Girls in grades 2–12 TIME 6–7:30 pm AGE Grades 3–11 PLACE Champlain Valley Exposition PLACE Bellcate School Gymnasium: 1 Corporate Drive, Essex FEE $81 resident/$91 non-resident FEE $10 tryout registration NOTE Required gear: Quad roller skates (not roller blades), $950 program registration for those who make the team knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, helmet, mouth CODE 560100A guard. All gear must fit snugly and securely. Bring your NOTE Sign up for just 1 try out date. Payment plans and own water bottle. Girls can purchase gear packages scholarship available, email with questions: ranging from skates only to full sets of gear; contact email@example.com. EJRP for ordering information. Safety equipment used for skateboarding would be appropriate for this camp. TRY OUT OPTIONS BOYS DAY DATE GRADE TIME CODE DAY DATE FEE Sun Mar 10 3–4 10–10:45am 360100A Wed Mar 13–April 10 $81 res/$91 non-res 5–6 10:45–11:30am 360100B Wed Apr 17–May 15 $81 res/$91 non-res 7–8 11:30am–12:15pm 9–11 12:15–1pm Summer Strength & Conditioning Wed Mar 13 3–4 5:30–6:15pm Instructor: Parisi Speed School Performance Staff 5–6 6:15–7pm Strength and conditioning is a crucial part for athletic development 7–8 7–7:45pm as well as human development! This program will focus on teaching 9–11 7:45–8:30pm athletes sound technique, while being in a physically challenging GIRLS DAY DATE GRADE TIME environment. The sessions will be kept in a small group ratio to ensure safety of the athletes as well as proper coaching instruction. Tue Mar 12 3–4 5:30–6:15pm Each week will bring a different focus to the weight room with the 5–6 6:15–7pm goal of exposing athletes to various training schemes that build 7–8 7–7:45pm as the summer progresses. Whether you are here for a week or the 9–11 7:45–8:30pm entire summer, we look forward to training and teaching you how Sun Mar 17 3–4 10–10:45am to get the most out of your time in the weight room! 5–6 10:45–11:30am 7–8 11:30am–12:15pm AGE Entering grades 7–12 9–11 12:15–1pm DATE Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 25–August 8 TIME 9–10:30am PLACE Essex High School Weight Room NOTE No class week of July 1–July 5. Please dress for physical activity and bring a water bottle. CODE DATE FEE 150100A Jun 25 & 27 $30 res/$40 non-res 150100B Jul 9 & 11 $30 res/$40 non-res 150100C Jul 16 & 18 $30 res/$40 non-res 150100D Jul 23 & 25 $30 res/$40 non-res 150100E Jul 30 & Aug 1 $30 res/$40 non-res 150100F Aug 6 & 8 $30 res/$40 non-res 150100G All 6 Weeks $150 res/$170 non-res 12 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 Online registration available for many programs.
Summer Youth Soccer League Jr. Hornets Soccer Instructor: EHS Varsity Girls Soccer Instructor: EHS Varsity Girls Soccer This new and improved soccer league will feature exciting pick-up This exciting parent/child introductory program prepares your child games each week. We want to continue to provide a fun, for organized soccer in a fun, non-competitive environment. Age recreational, and skill-enhancing summer soccer experience. This appropriate equipment will be used to teach kicking, dribbling, format and structure accommodates busy summer schedules for trapping, throw-ins, and agility. Each participant will receive a t-shirt families and allows us to change up teams for a new and exciting and size-3 soccer ball. experience each week. Skill-building and warm-up sessions will be followed up by games which will range from 4v4 to a full match. AGE 3–5 years with parents PLACE Maple Street Park AGE Entering grades K–6 FEE $49 resident/$59 non-resident DATE Girls: Mondays, July 8–Aug 12 CODE AGE TIME DAY DATE Boys: Wednesdays, July 10–Aug 14 120101A1 3–4 4:45–5:30pm Mon Jul 8–Aug 12 TIME 6:45–7:45pm 120101A2 4–5 5:45–6:30pm Mon Jul 8–Aug 12 PLACE Maple Street Park 120101B1 4–5 4:45–5:30pm Wed Jul 10–Aug 14 FEE $41 resident/$51 non-resident 120101B2 3–4 5:45–6:30pm Wed Jul 10–Aug 14 CODE Girls: 130111A; Boys: 130111B www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 13
Youth Leagues & Programs Mountain Biking Club Developing the Junior Golfer Instructor: Max MacDonald Instructor: Dan Lehmann, PGA Professional Learn the basics of mountain biking while under the supervision and Do you have a junior player who is looking to play middle or high guidance of an experienced rider. We’ll combine a minimal amount school golf? Whether your junior player has experience or is new of instruction with guidance on skill-appropriate trails throughout to the game, we’ll be developing his/her skills with the goal of Saxon Hollow and Mathieu Town Forest. During this 5-week program, competing. Players will create their own small groups or be placed participants will also learn basic trail and bike maintenance from in groups of 3-5 players, meeting once a week for 90 minutes. professional at Fellowship of the Wheel and Old Spokes Home. AGE Entering grades 6–12 AGE Kids entering grades 4–8 DATE June 1–August 31 DATE Tuesday and Thursday, July 9–August 8 PLACE Catamount Country Club, 1400 Mountain View Road, Williston TIME 3–5pm FEE $600 PLACE Saxon Hollow and Mathieu Town Forest Trails NOTE Days and times will vary based on the groups availability. FEE $75 resident/$90 non-resident CODE 160102A NOTE Participants need to provide their own, appropriate bike CODE 140103A Ironcats Youth Triathlete Program Instructor: Kim Loeffler, KL Endurance Parent/Child Tennis Our mission is to educate and empower kids to lead healthy and Instructor: USTA active lifestyles through the love of endurance sports like running, This parent and child program teaches both the adult and the child swimming, and biking! We’ll focus on safety, triathlete fundamentals, the fundamentals of tennis. In all of our busy lifestyles, it is nice to coordination, strength, and endurance. Experienced USAT Certified learn and exercise with your child. Have fun and play the game of coaches will oversee all trainings and will work to create a positive tennis with your kiddo this summer! and encouraging atmosphere where the athletes will develop confidence and a love of endurance sports. AGE Kids entering grades K–6 and their parent/guardian DATE Monday or Wednesdays, July 8–August 14 DATE July 16–August 15 TIME 6:30–7:30pm TIME 6–7:30pm PLACE Cascade Park PLACE Maple Street Park and Pool FEE $69 resident/$84 non-resident FEE $195 resident/ $215 non-resident NOTE Please bring your own racquet to each lesson. CODE AGE DAYS CODE Mondays: 130112A 160102A Entering grades 1–5 Tue/Thu Wednesdays: 130112B 160102B Entering grades 6–10 Tue/Thu Kids Group Golf Clinics Strider Bike Class Instructor: Dan Lehmann, PGA Pro Coordinators: Paul and Danielle Wolf (and Lucas) This weekly program will provide your child with a great introduction If your young one can walk, then they are ready to roll. Join up to the game of golf. Skills will be built and improved upon each week. with fellow strider bikers of all abilities to practice and learn together. We will facilitate four weekly opportunities to work on AGE Entering grades K–6 gliding, turning, and navigating obstacle courses.This program is PLACE Catamount Country Club, 1400 Mountain View Road, Williston intended to be experiential in nature versus instructed. Participants FEE $100 will build skills through repetition, watching others, and trying NOTE Parent/guardian must attend with child if he/she is new things. under the age of 8. CODE DAY DATE TIME AGE Up to age 5 (with a parent) 130113A Tue Apr16–May 14 4:45–5:30pm DATE Tuesdays, May 14–June 4 130113B Wed Apr 17–May 15 4:45–5:30pm TIME 4:45–5:30pm 130113C Tue May 21–Jun 18 4:45–5:30pm PLACE Maple Street Park parking lot 130113D Wed May 22–Jun 19 4:45–5:30pm FEE $28 resident/$38 non-resident 130113E Tue Jun 25–Jul 23 4:45–5:30pm CODE 220100A 130113F Wed Jun 26–Jul 24 4:45–5:30pm NOTE Participants should come with their own strider bike 130113G Tue Sep 3–Oct 1 4:45–5:30pm and helmet. Water bottle recommended. 14 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 Online registration available for many programs.
Young Hornets Sports Camps EJRP has teamed up with Essex High School coaches and players to bring you the best local instruction in sports camps. Let our own high school coaches and athletes serve as the role models and instructors for your child as they develop their skills in a fun summer camp opportunity. Young Hornets Soccer Clinics Young Hornets Gymnastics Camp Join Coaches Barber and Orr, Varsity head coaches of A non-competitive, fun environment to develop your the EHS Girls and Boys soccer teams, to improve your game and skills as you learn vaulting, floor exercises, and the balance beam. prepare for the upcoming season. Participants will be provided Join Coach Mary Krug and the EHS Gymnastics team as they opportunities to develop skills and play games twice a week for guide your child to a better understanding of the elements five weeks. Each athlete will receive an EHS Soccer shirt! involved in gymnastic competition and will safely instruct them in gymnastic basics. AGE Entering grades 6–8 DATE Monday and Wednesdays, July 8–Aug 7 AGE Entering grades K–6 TIME 6–8pm DATE Monday–Friday, July 15–19 PLACE Essex High School TIME 9–11am NOTE Please bring cleats and a water bottle PLACE Essex High School FEE $150 FEE $65 CODE 130109A CODE 130107A Young Hornets Volleyball Camp This camp is open to girls and boys who are looking for an opportunity to experience what volleyball is all about. We have designed this camp specifically with middle school players in mind and have modified our equipment, techniques, drills, and games to make learning volleyball fun. AGE Entering grades 5–9 DATE Monday–Friday, July 22–26 TIME 9–11am PLACE Essex High School Gymnasium NOTE Please bring sneakers and a water bottle FEE $65 CODE 140101A Young Hornets Preseason Football Camp Join EHS varsity coach Drew Gordon, his coaching staff, and varsity football players to get ready for the Chargers’ season. This preseason Young Hornets Bowling Camp experience will be a fun, engaging opportunity to tune up your Like to bowl? Want to learn how to better your score? football skills, work with varsity football coaches and players, and Come bowl with us at Sparetime under the instruction of EHS have fun! No prior experience needed. Varsity Bowling Coach Tom Preska. You will learn the secrets to being a better bowler and learn the ins and outs of the sport. AGE Entering grades 2–8 Drills and activities along with lots of bowling practice will help DATE Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2 you achieve your goals. TIME 5:30–7:30pm PLACE Maple Street Park AGE Entering grades 4–8 NOTE No football equipment needed. Please bring a water DATE Monday–Friday, July 22–26 bottle. TIME 11am–2pm FEE $70 PLACE Sparetime, Colchester CODE 130110A FEE $145 CODE 130111A www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 15
Full Day Summer Camps EJRP Adventure Camp Camp Maple Street Summer camp continues to be a defining experience in Wild Vermont! children’s lives – a time to make new friends, build trusting Come explore the wilds of Vermont with EJRP. In this relationships with counselors, create exciting arts and crafts weeklong, full-day camp, we will venture out to various locations to projects, play new sports and games, and even learn how to explore the natural beauty of our surrounding area. Each day will be swim! EJRP’s flagship summer camp provides children all this an adventure to a new location around Chittenden County where and more at a great price and without going far from home. campers will hike, kayak, orienteer, draw, read, and much, much more. Throughout the day, campers are grouped into cabins by age with AGE Grades 3–5 a staff-to-child ratio not to exceed 1:12. Our full-day schedule offers DATE August 12–16 & August 19–23 small and large group play, structured and unstructured time, and TIME 7:30am-6pm choices for every child to explore their unique interests and to have PLACE Drop-off and Pick-up at Maple Street Park. a successful and enjoyable summer camp experience. Off-site location to be determined. Additionally, once a week, campers will participate in a fun, off-site FEE $210 resident/$230 non-resident field trip featuring a visit to a local recreational spot (the beach, CODE August 12–16: 130702A ECHO, bowling, hiking, Shelburne Farms, etc.) or a special event at August 19–23: 130702B the park will take place. NOTE Campers may be dropped off at Maple Street Park at 7:30am. Campers will spend the first 75 minutes with AGE Entering grades 1–5 Camp Maple Street and then depart at 8:45am. Campers DATE Monday–Friday will return to Maple Street Park at 4:30pm and will have TIME Drop off starts at 7:30 am. Camp starts at 8:45am. the option to re-join Camp Maple Street until 6pm. Pick up time is no later than 6pm. PLACE Maple Street Park For Middle Schoolers FEE $175 per week resident / $195 per week non-resident Session B: $140 resident / $156 non-resident Camp STAR: Swimming, Trips, (No camp Thursday, July 4) Adventures, Recreation! NOTE All campers must bring their own swim suit, towel, Enjoy a summer filled with activities geared towards middle school sunscreen, change of clothes, and sneakers. Lunch and aged youth. We will have a morning swim program, weekly field two healthy snacks are provided each day. trips, group activities, arts, sports, and outdoor experiences for all. This is a STARS accredited, State of Vermont Licensed Child Care Campers will be active and engaged in a variety of ways to make Program. Financial assistance is available to qualified families the summer fly by! through Child Care Resource, 863-3367. Field Trips: beach, Lake Monsters game, mini-golf, movies, state parks Group Activities: Capture the Flag, Medic, Team Building CODE DATES STATUS Enrichment Activities: photography, jewelry making, cooking, yoga 130700A Jun 24–28 Wait listed Sports: soccer, basketball, tennis, floor hockey 130700B Jul 1–5 (no camp July 4) Available 130700C Jul 8–12 Wait listed AGE Entering grades 6–9 130700D Jul 15–19 Wait listed DATE Monday–Friday 130700E Jul 22–26 Wait listed TIME 7:30am–4:30pm 130700F Jul 29–Aug 2 Wait listed PLACE ADL Middle School 130700G Aug 5–9 Wait listed FEE $145 per week resident/$165 per week non-resident 130700H Aug 12–16 Wait listed Session B: $116 resident/$132 non-resident 130700I Aug 19–23 Wait listed No camp Thursday, July 4. NOTE Bring your own lunch, snacks, swim suit, and towel every day. Campers are encouraged to bring a bike. Summer Foods Program CODE DATE CODE DATE EJRP is proud to once again partner with 140702A Jun 24–28 140702E Jul 22–26 Child Nutrition Services at EWSD to present 140702B Jul 1–5 (no camp July 4) 140702F Jul 29–Aug 2 the Summer Foods Program: free breakfast and 140702C Jul 8–12 140702G Aug 5–9 140702D Jul 15–19 lunch for anyone 18 and under, Monday–Friday at Maple Street Park, June 24–August 23. 16 www.ejrp.org / SPRING/SUMMER 2019 Online registration available for many programs.
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