SUMMER ACTIVITIES 2020 - PROGRAMS FOR Adults & Active Seniors Youth & Preschool Families - Mequon-Thiensville School District

 
SUMMER ACTIVITIES 2020 - PROGRAMS FOR Adults & Active Seniors Youth & Preschool Families - Mequon-Thiensville School District
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SUMMER
ACTIVITIES
2020

PROGRAMS FOR ~
Adults & Active Seniors
Youth & Preschool Families.
SUMMER ACTIVITIES 2020 - PROGRAMS FOR Adults & Active Seniors Youth & Preschool Families - Mequon-Thiensville School District
Director’s Message

                              Hello Mequon-Thiensville
                              Community Members:

Thank you for taking the time to read this message and for looking through this amazing selection
of Summer opportunities that we offer the community. Some of our new and exciting programs
are Middle/High School Swim Camp, Adult Evening Yoga, Emergency Readiness Training, Amazing
Athletes for preschool ages, Youth Chess Camp, Youth Table Tennis, Urban Gardening, Scottish
Country Dance, various Mad Science programs and Computer Explorer programs, and other new
Adult/Senior programs.

We are heading into our 5th year of Summer Academy. The class listing and registration began back
on February 1 and has a deadline of April 15. Location will once again be at Wilson Elementary
School. We hope that you take full advantage of this opportunity for academic and enrichment classes
for grades K4 – 8th. Please see pages 53-55 for full details. Any questions on the Summer Academy
can be directed to Lindsey Moore at lmoore@mtsd.k12.wi.us

Currently, our Winter/Spring brochure is winding down and it has been a busy season with bridge
classes, pickleball, fitness classes, senior Holiday Luncheon, youth soccer, drama program, etc.
Planning for the Fall 2020 brochure is underway. If you have any ideas, suggestions, or concerns,
please feel free to reach out to me via email at mschoemer@mtsd.k12.wi.us

I wish you and your families an amazing Summer of fun and learning.

Recreationally,

Mike Schoemer
Recreation Director
M-T RECREATION DEPARTMENT                                                                       3
                                                                            Index:			                                        Page
                                                                            Adult/Senior Programs
   Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department March 2020
   Published three (3) times yearly: March, July, November                    Fitness....................................... 4-8
   Volume 1 (2019) Issue 8                                                    Sports .......................................... 9
   Range Line School - 11040 North Range Line Road,                           Enrichment ........................... 10-17
   Mequon, WI 53092                                                           Bus Trips............................... 18-21
                                                                              Free Programs ..................... 22-25
    OFFICE HOURS: Monday -Friday - 7:30am-4:00pm                            Youth Programs
    CLOSED:       April 10, May 25, July 3, September 7                       Sports ................................... 26-43
                                                                              Enrichment............................ 44-52
    TELEPHONE NUMBERS:
                                                                              Summer Academy................. 53-55
    Program Information and Cancellations                                     Kids’ Campus........................ 56-58
    M-T Recreation Office:     (262) 238-7535                                 Academic............................... 59-61
    Fax: 			                   (262) 238-7550                                 Dance & Drama..................... 62-64
                                                                              Music .................................... 65-67
        Michael Schoemer, Recreation Director                               Aquatics.................................... 68-70
        238-7536   mschoemer@mtsd.k12.wi.us                                 Tennis............................................ 71
                                                                            Golf........................................... 72-75
       Michelle Breitigam, Administrative Assistant                         Preschool Programs................. 76-79
       238-7535    mbreitigam@mtsd.k12.wi.us
                                                                            Youth Sport
       Emily Kuspa, Recreation Supervisor                                     Organizations........................ 80-83
       238-7548   ekuspa@mtsd.k12.wi.us                                     Community Sponsors............... 84-87
                                                                            Financial Assistance...................... 88
       Sarah Roesch, Senior Programmer                                      Registration Information........... 89-90
       238-7537   sroesch@mtsd.k12.wi.us                                    Registration Form.......................... 91
                                                                                            BROCHURE DESIGN BY:
       Lindsey Moore, Summer Academy Coordinator                                            Yvonne Eynon
       238-4651   lmoore@mtsd.k12.wi.us

                                       GENERAL INFORMATION
The information contained herein will enable you and your family to enjoy a season of FUN AND LEARNING.
We hope you will take advantage of the activities listed, and enjoy your involvement in them. Please respect the
property, rules and regulations established, and the program supervisors who are there to make the activity personally
enjoyable.
If interested in knowing more about any of the listed programs, please contact the Recreation Department. Please
note that dates, times and locations listed may be subject to change.

                  Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department
                                        - MISSION STATEMENT -
 The role of the M-T Recreation Department is to create a closer partnership between school and community
 through greater utilization of school facilities, resources, and improved community relations. Public schools, an
 important resource in every community, are an integral part of our recreation programming. Utilizing public school
 resources through recreation and leisure programming expands and enhances lifelong learning opportunities in
 the community while making maximum use of existing school and community resources. Recreation Department
 programs are primarily supported by participant user fees.
4                ADULT/SENIOR PROGRAMS -                                         Fitness

  DANCE AEROBICS - CARDIO WORKOUT
    Cardio blasting workout that is fun with great music!!
Would you like to look good and feel great? This fun class will help you to get in shape and stay healthy.
The benefits you’ll experience from consistent exercise are numerous. This class is a total body workout including
a warm-up, upper body conditioning, aerobic segment, cool down, mat work and a final stretch. The choreography
is great and the variety of music is easy to dance to. Burn calories, build endurance and have FUN while getting fit.
We have central air, so you can work out comfortably year round. High and low levels are shown so you can work
at your own pace. Wear comfortable work out clothes and shoes. Please bring your own mat and hand weights.
Your body and your mind will love you for it!! All sessions are 8 weeks long.
Prerequisite:    None
Ages:		          18 and above
Location:        Range Line School Gym in Mequon – AIR CONDITIONED!!
		               11040 N Range Line Rd
Days:		          Mondays and Wednesdays
Time:		          6:00pm ‒ 7:00pm
Session 1:       April 29, May 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 27, June 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24 (8 wks)
		               Course #: 329072          (April 29 in Cafeteria) (Skip May 25)
Session 2:       June 29, July 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29, Aug 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19 (8 wks)
		               Course #: 329073          (August 10 in Cafeteria)
Session 3:       Aug 24, 26, 31, Sept 2, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, Oct 5, 7, 12, 14, 19 (8 wks) (Skip Sept 7)
		               Course #: 129034
Fee: 		          Resident $65/Non-Resident $71 each session
Min/Max:         15/30
Registration:    Complete M -T Recreation Form and submit to the Recreation office one week prior to
		               starting date for each session. Late registrations accepted. Sorry, no pro-rating.
Instructor:      Connie Cibik, Certified Instructor

          SENIOR DANCE AEROBICS
    Join us to get in shape and stay healthy. This is a fun and friendly class that combines a cardio warm-
    up, an aerobic dance segment, a cool-down, upper body conditioning, mat work, and a final stretch. The
    choreography is easy to learn, and the variety of music will inspire you to move! High and low levels are
    shown so you can work at your own pace. Wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes, and bring your own
    mat and hand weights. We’d love to meet you!
    Questions – Carol Foss - 414-628-6443 fosscp@gmail.com
    Location:        Range Line School – Gym                Fall I:          Course #: 122021
    Days:		          Mondays and Wednesdays                 Dates:		         August 31 – October 21 (no 9/7)
    Time:		          9:00am – 10:00am                       Fee:			          Resident $62/Non-Resident $68
                                                            Min/Max:         15/30
    Spring II:       Course #: 222047                       Registration:    Deadline is one week before the
    Dates:		         May 4 – June 24 (no May 25)            			              start date.
    Fee:			          Resident $62/Non-Resident $68          Instructor:      Carol Foss, Certified Instructor

    Summer I:        Course #: 322028
    Dates:		         June 29– August 19
    Fee:			          Resident $62/Non-Resident $68
Adult/Senior Fitness Continued                                                                               5
                  MORNING Gentle Yoga
 Enjoy a light, gentle flow-style of Hatha yoga to help release tension and fatigue with this mind/body experience
 to promote well-being. This class offers a chance to unwind and improve mobility – with calming yet energizing
 exercises to improve posture, circulation, balance, range-of-motion and strength, while promoting tranquility.
 It’s always advised that your doctor be consulted before starting yoga or any new form of exercise. Yoga mats,
 blocks, straps are available for use if needed. Bring to class if desired: Yoga mat, pillow for support, if
 needed, blanket, if desired, water to stay hydrated is always a good idea. Wear to class: comfortable stretchy
 clothes and we remove shoes for class.

 Location:        Range Line School – Gym                  Course #:        322032
 Day:		           Mondays                                  Dates:		         August 3 – September 21 (no 9/7)
 Time:		          10:30am – 11:30am                        Fee:		           Resident $72/Non-Resident $80
                                                           Min/Max:         6/20
 Course #:        222071                                   Registration:    Deadline is one week before the
 Dates:		         April 20 – June 8 (no 5/25)              		               start date.
 Fee:		           Resident $72/Non-Resident $80            Instructor:      Erica Boos – RYT (registered yoga
                                                            		              teacher through Yoga Alliance
 Course #:         322030                                  		               With over 200 hours of teacher
 Dates:		         June 15 – July 27                        		               training.
 Fee:		           Resident $72/Non-Resident $80

                                     CHAIR YOGA
Chair Yoga is a gentle mostly-seated yoga exercise benefiting body, mind, and spirit. This class format offers
improvement for joint mobility and flexibility, circulation and core strengthening and better balance both physically
and mentally. Perfect for those who need more assistance and less rigor of a traditional yoga mat class. Enjoy all
the mind-body benefits of yoga and but with the support and comfort of a chair. This class blends restorative Hatha
yoga flows and postures, breath work, and guided meditation to help improve balance, range of motion, alignment
and help relieve tension leaving participants feeling relaxed and invigorated. Dress comfortably and come ready to
learn breathing and movements to restore and renew your whole self! 7 week sessions
Location:       Range Line School – Room 107
Day:		          Mondays
Time:		         9:00am – 10:00am
Course #:       222033
Dates:		        April 20 – June 8 (no 5/25)              NE
Fee:		          Resident $72/Non-Resident $80               W
Course #:       322029
Dates:		        June 15 – July 27
Fee:		          Resident $72/Non-Resident $80
Course #:       322031
Dates:		        August 3 – September 21 (no 9/7)
Fee:		          Resident $72/Non-Resident $80
Min/Max:        6/20
Registration:   Deadline is one week before the start date.
Instructor:     Erica Boos – RYT (registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance
		              With over 200 hours of teacher training.

REGISTER ONLINE                       www.mtsd.k12.wi.us                        Recreation Department
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                  EVENING FLOW YOGA
Enjoy a light flow-style of Hatha yoga to nourish mind and body as you unwind mentally and physically while aligning
and toning the body. The format of class is multi-level and benefits all ages, fitness and yoga levels and is done on
the sticky yoga mat with bare feet - with no jumping or intense wear or tear like typical aerobics. This yoga class
is a blended style from many yoga disciplines that can help improve alignment, circulation, flexibility, and muscle-
core-strength while promoting inner tranquility. Feel rejuvenated and centered gaining more balance in your life - the
benefits of yoga are truly endless both on and off the mat. Note: A limited amount of yoga mats, blocks and
straps are supplied.
Bring to Class: Yoga mat, pillow for support if needed, blanket if desired, water to stay hydrated is always a good
idea especially in a warmer season. Wear comfortable, stretchy clothes and we remove shoes for class. It’s always
a good idea to consult your doctor before starting a new exercise routine including yoga. Make instructor aware of
any special conditions so modifications may be offered. Appropriate for all levels.
Ages:		         18 and above
Location:       Range Line School – Room 107
Days:		         Thursdays                                                NE
Time:		         6:15pm – 7:15pm
                                                                            W

Session 1:      May 7, 14, 21, 28, June 4, 11, 18, 25 (8 wks)
		              Course #: 329031
		              Resident $82/Non Resident $90
Session 2:      July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Aug 6, 13, 20 (8 wks)
		              Course #: 329032
		              Resident $82/Non-Resident $90
Session 3:      September 3, 10, 17, 24, Oct 1, 8, 15, 22 (8 wks)
		              Course #: 129037
		              Resident $82/Non-Resident $90

Min/Max:        5/16
Registration:   Deadline is one week before the start date.
Instructor:     Erica Boos – RYT, Yoga Alliance, 200 Hour YogaFit Certified

                ADULT MORNING FITNESS PROGRAM
    The Homestead High School Swimming Pool,
    Weight Room, and Fieldhouse will be open
    from 5:30am until 6:45am Monday – Friday.
    Lockers and shower facilities are available for
    use. Please bring your own towel and a lock to
    secure your valuables. There is no fee for the
    use of the facilities, but it is necessary for you
    to sign in when you use them. A sign-in sheet
    will be in the weight room (for those using the
    field house or weight room) and in the pool (for
    those using the pool). Parking is available in the
    northwest lot near the Aquatic Center Entrance.
Adult/Senior Fitness Continued                                                                                        7

                         Tuesday Tai Chi
                          Summer Class
    Join our Tai Chi Community! This is a traditional Chinese exercise practiced for relaxation, balance,
    strength and flexibility. In class students will: 1) Warm-up. 2) Learn basic forms. 3) Cool down/Meditate. Tai
    Chi does not impact the joints of the body. There are evidence-based positive cardiovascular, immune system
    and mental wellness effects. Re-align, enhance strength and balance, make new friends and harmonize with
    us on Tuesday mornings. Feel free to share in Tai Chi Tea Time right after class!

    Location:             Range Line School – Cafeteria
    Dates:                Tuesdays, June 9 – July 7 (5 week session)
                          Course #: 322063
    Time:                 9:00am – 10:00am
    Fee:                  Resident $50/Non-Resident $55
    Min/Max:              6/20
    Registration:         Deadline is one week before the start date.
    Instructor:           KT Rusch is a certified teacher from the Tai Chi Center of Milwaukee, where she has
                          studied and practiced for over 22 years. Her classes are known for a personal touch,
                          a sense of humor and a very special Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation that closes
                          each class.

    Please look in our next brochure coming out the first week of August for fall Tuesday
    Tai Chi classes resuming September 8.

              TAI CHI CONTINUING/STAFF
Specialty class is open to Current Tai Chi students. If you are not a current student, please contact the instructor. We will
be learning and reviewing excerpts from Tai Chi staff forms including 8 section staff, Dragon staff and 2 person staff drills.
Bring your ¾” / 5’ practice staff.

Location:         Range Line School – Cafeteria                 Instructor:   K. T. Rusch is a certified teacher from the
Dates:		          Thursdays, June 11 - July 9                                 Tai Chi Chuan Center of Milwaukee, where
		                  (5 week session)                                          she has studied and practiced for over
Time:		           9:00am – 10:15am			                                         22 years. Her classes are known for a
Fee:		            Resident $ 50/Non-Resident $55		                            personal touch, a sense of humor and
Course #:         322064                                                      a very special Tibetan Singing Bowl
Min/Max:          6/20                                                        Meditation that closes each class.
Registration:     Deadline is one week before the
		                start date.

Please look in our next brochure coming out the first week of August for fall Tai Chi classes
resuming September 10.

REGISTER ONLINE                          www.mtsd.k12.wi.us                           Recreation Department
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                  BALANCE & CORE
    This functional exercise class will help you improve your balance and strengthen the abdominal and
    back muscles. Exercises to increase leg strength, endurance and flexibility will be performed seated,
    standing using your body weight. Please bring hand weights and water if needed. This is a great class for
    strengthening as you age.

    Location:        Range Line School – Cafeteria
    Days:		          Mondays
    Time:		          1:30pm – 2:30pm

    Spring II:       Course #: 222095
    Dates:		         March 30 – June 8 (no May 25)
    Fee:		           Resident $100/Non-Resident $110

    Summer I:        Course #: 322066
    Dates:		         June 15 – July 6 (4 weeks)
    Fee:		           Resident $40/Non-Resident $45
    Min/Max:         8/20
    Registration:    Deadline is one week before the start date.
    Instructor:      K.T.Rusch
    		               Fall classes resume Monday, September 14.
Adult/Senior Sports                                                                                               9
                           BADMINTON
     Great physical conditioning and a lot of fun. Badminton players will be paired with others that have a compatible
     skill level and play games weekly. Due to the nature of this class, it is recommended that participants play at
     an intermediate to advanced level. Beginning players are welcome, however, individual instruction may not
     always be available. Rackets will be furnished or you may bring your own. Shuttlecocks will be provided. The
     schedule may change depending upon the school calendar. Provide your email address on your registration
     form to receive information regarding changes in the schedule. High school-aged children are only allowed to
     sign up with a parent.
     Age:		           16 years and older                      Time:		           7:30pm – 9:30pm
     Location:        Whitefish Bay Field House               Fee:		            Resident $25/Non-Resident $35
     Dates:		         June 17 – August 19                     Supervisor:       Doug Kane
     Day:		           Wednesdays                              Course #:         317021

                    pickleball
Yes, PICKLEBALL – the fun game with the funny name, is one of the fastest-growing sports in the nation! Created in
the backyard of Washington Congressman Joel Pritchard in 1965, it is a combination of badminton, tennis and table
tennis, and is enjoyed by all age groups. Using a badminton-sized court, tennis-height net, table tennis-type paddle,
and a baseball-sized whiffle ball, usually played by doubles, this game has few rules and is far less strenuous than
tennis. It is easy to learn and provides plenty of exercise and eye-hand coordination; a game of strategy for both
men and women, you don’t have to be tall and powerful. Want to watch a video? Go to www.USAPA.org, click on
link “What is Pickleball?” under Training and Court Info link or sit in on any Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday open
court session to see if you’d like it.
                                    Location: Range Line School Gym
** Pickleball players can purchase a 10-play punch card in the Recreation Office (Monday – Friday - 8am –
4pm) for $30 for Residents/$33 for Non-Residents, good for any day of play and DOES NOT EXPIRE. Each
participant is responsible for bringing and punching their card each time they play. Once the card is full,
another can be purchased. Drop in rate for participants without a punch card is a $5 fee.
Below are the dates for Open Play on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays through
September 2020 as well as the Beginner Lesson time on Tuesdays.
Tuesdays – (Open Play - 1:00pm - 3:00pm @ Range Line School Gym)
11:30am – 1:00pm on Tuesdays is reserved for Beginner Lessons ONLY
Just show up!! – get 1 lesson free, then have to buy a punch card
March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, April 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, 26, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, July 7, 21, 28, Aug 4, 18, 25,
Sept 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
(SKIP April 7, July 14, Aug 11)
Thursdays – (Open Play - 1:00pm - 3:00pm @ Range Line School Gym)
March 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9, 16, 23, May 7, 14, 21, 28, June 4, 11, 18, 25, July 2, 9, 23, 30, Aug 6, 13, 20, 27,
Sept 3, 10, 17, 24
(SKIP March 5, April 30, July 16)
Saturdays – (Open Play - 9:00am - 11:00am @ Range Line School Gym)
March 14, 21, 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 9, 16, 23, 30, June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11, 25, Aug 1, 8, 15, 22, 29,
Sept 5, 12, 19, 26
(SKIP March 7, May 2, July 4, 18)
REGISTER ONLINE                         www.mtsd.k12.wi.us                          Recreation Department
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            Urban Gardening Series
In this hands on workshop, students will learn how to preserve fruits and vegetables to enjoy year round. Green
thumb and novices alike are encouraged to join us as there will be something fun to learn for everyone. This
workshop is offered by Happy Destiny Farms LLC. All classes are held at the Lois and Tom Dolan
Community Center – 4355 W Bradley Rd Brown Deer, 53223
                                                                                          NE
                                                                                             W
Grow Apples in Your Yard!!
In this workshop, you will learn about how to graft and grow apple trees in your yard. The workshop includes a true
dwarf rootstock (Bud9) and a wide selection of scion wood. You can choose which variety of apple you want to grow.
Choices include: honey crisp, Jonathan, Haralson, empire, snow sweet, wealthy and others. You will then graft this
scion wood onto your rootstock and you will have an apple tree to plant in your yard. Detailed information will be
given regarding tree planting site selection, care and pruning.

Date:		         Thursday, May 14
Time:		         6:00pm – 7:30pm
Fee:		          Resident $25/Non-Resident $35
Course #:       329063

Grow Your Own Shiitake Mushrooms!!
In this hands-on workshop, you will learn about growing organic shiitake mushrooms. In the workshop, you will
inoculate your own hardwood log and learn how to grow and harvest shiitake mushrooms from the log. Please bring
work gloves and safety glasses, if you have them. Also wear work clothes.

Date:		         Thursday, July 9
Time:		         6:00pm – 7:30pm
Fee:		          Resident $25/Non-Resident $35
Course #:       329064

Grow Small Fruit in Your Backyard!!
In this workshop, you will learn how to grow organic small fruit in your backyard. We will learn about currants,
gooseberries, jostaberries, Nanking cherries, blueberries, elderberries, raspberries, and honeyberries. We will also
sample jams and dried fruit from these plants. As part of your fee, you will receive your own live plant to take home
to plant in your backyard.

Date:		         Tuesday, July 14
Time:		         6:00pm – 7:30pm
Fee:		          Resident $25/Non-Resident $35
Course #:       329065

Preserving Your Harvest: Making Jams and Jellies!!
In this course you will learn the secrets of the trade from a professional jam maker from Happy Destiny Farm.
You will get recipes and inside tips, as well as making your own jar of small batch boutique jam. You can use this
knowledge to make memorable holiday gifts using personalized labels.

Date:		         Tuesday, July 21
Time:		         6:00pm – 7:30pm
Fee:		          Resident $25/Non-Resident $35
Course #:       329066
Adult/Senior Enrichment Continued                                                                     11
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          Indian Breakfast Foods
   Tired of the same old breakfast foods? Want to find something different and is
   something everyone will enjoy? Then this class is for you. Come and learn how to make
   different Indian breakfasts in this hands-on class. You will come away with recipes, new ideas that you
   might consider making for dinner, and a happy belly.

   Date:		         May 28
   Day:		          Thursday                     NE
                                                   W
   Time:		         6:00pm – 8:30pm
   Location:       Nicolet High School, Room B133
   		              6701 N. Jean Nicolet Road
   		              Glendale, WI
   Fee:		          Resident $30/Non-Resident $40
   Course #:       329039
   Min/Max:        3/8
   Instructor:     Susan Pack

       Korean Rice Bowl
   Learn how to make Bipimbap, one of Korea’s quintessential dishes. We will arrange beef, carrots,
   spinach and other vegetables over rice. We’ll make a sauce to go over it.

   Date:		         June 10                                                        NE
                                                                                     W
   Day:		          Wednesday
   Time:		         6:00pm – 8:30pm
   Location:       Nicolet High School, Room B133
   		              6701 N. Jean Nicolet Road
   		              Glendale, WI
   Fee:		          Resident $30/Non-Resident $40
   Course #:       329044
   Min/Max:        3/8
   Instructor:     Jenny Lee

REGISTER ONLINE                   www.mtsd.k12.wi.us                        Recreation Department
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                           A D U LT S W I M L E S S O N S
  Are you a non-swimmer or a beginner that wants to become more comfortable in the water? Or are you
  comfortable in the water yet need some help with your strokes? We will concentrate on working on front crawl,
  back crawl, elementary backstroke and water safety.
  Ages:		            18 years and up                         Fee:		            Resident $64/Non-Resident $74
  Dates:		           Monday – Friday, June 29 – July 10      Min/Max:          Minimum of 4 needed to run
  Time:		            11:00am – 11:30am                       Course #:         319040
  Location:          Mequon City Pool

            Scottish Country Dance – Basic Level
  Come and learn the basic steps and formations of Scottish Country Dance, which is the social and ballroom
  dancing of Scotland. You do not need to be Scottish or have previous dance experience or bring a partner
  for this style of dancing enjoyed all over the world. No specialized clothing (or even kilt) needed, but we
  recommend soft-soled shoes for dancing (even stocking feet work). We typically dance in groups of 6-8 people
  to lively fiddle, accordion, pipe, and piano music. We welcome repeat customers!!

  Ages:		            12 and up
  Day:		             Tuesdays
  Dates:		           May 5, 12, 19, 26, June 2, 9, 16, 23
                                                                   NE
  Time:		            6:30pm – 8:00pm                                   W
  Location:          Range Line School Gym
  Fee:		             Resident $20/Non-Resident $30
  Course #:          329023
  Min/Max:           8/40
  Instructor:        Terry Garner and Rebecca Winnie, both having Teaching Certificate, Part 1; certified by the
  		                 Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS); Teachers with Milwaukee Scottish Country
  		                 Dancers (Affiliate of RSCDS), and with John Muir (Wisconsin) Branch of the RSCDS.

                           SAFETY DRIVING
                                                 55 Alive Class
Learn defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws, rules of the road, and much more in this exciting course. Find out
how to adjust your driving to age-related changes in vision, learning and reaction time. You might even get and insurance
discount! You don’t have to take a test either! Millions of people have taken advantage of this valuable course. Please
bring your driver’s license and an AARP card if you have one. Sign up now! Space is limited.
Location:       Range Line School – Room # 109            Min/Max:        11/25
Date:           Wednesday, June 24                        Course #:       322044
Time:           8:30am – 12:30pm                          Registration:   Deadline is one week before the start date.
Fee:            $20                                       Instructor:     Marie Renn
Adult/Senior Enrichment Continued                                                                           13
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              Emergency Readiness Training
    A 60 minute course that will teach situational awareness, bleeding control “Stop the Bleed,”
    demonstration of hands-only CPR and life-saving skills for many different situations.

    Ages:		            10 years – 100+ years of age
    Location:          Range Line School Conference Room
    Date:		            Thursday, June 25, 2020                                                 NE
    Time: 		           6:00pm – 7:00pm                                                            W
    Fee:		             $40 course ONLY – Course #: 329035
    		                 $85 course and personal bleeding control kit – Course #: 329036

    Kit Includes: (Valued at $55)
    1 CAT tourniquet
    1 Trauma Shears
    2 latex free gloves
    2 Compressed Gauze
    1 Sharpie Marker
    1 Emergency Bandage
    1 Instruction Card

    Min/Max:           5/20
    Instructors:       Melanie Sinclair, BSN, RN, FNP-I,
    		                 Menekah, LLC (owner) and Froedtert RN

                      ESSENTIAL OILS 101
   Natural Alternatives and Simple Solutions for a Healthy Home!
Learn how to naturally support your immune system, get a good night’s sleep, aid digestion, have happy healthy
joints and so much more with therapeutic grade essential oils. In this class, we will discuss what essential oils are,
how to use them and some wellness benefits of therapeutic grade essential oils. Essential oils are natural aromatic
compounds found in the seeds, flowers, bark, rinds and leaves of plants, extracted and distilled for health benefits.
They are 100% pure, easy to use, and benefit your health in countless ways. All participants will receive a spray
bottle of plant based Thieves household cleaner.

Location:          Range Line School, Room 108
Fee:		             Resident $15/Non-Resident $25
Min/Max:           3/16
Instructor:        Amanda Carron, Wellness Educator,
		                 Young Living Essential Oils

Date:		            Thursday, June 4
Time:		            6:00pm – 7:30pm
Course #:          329034

REGISTER ONLINE                        www.mtsd.k12.wi.us                        Recreation Department
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                       Cooking with Shully
WOW! Scott Shully, from Shully’s in Thiensville is going to do a Cooking Class for the individual. Learn
to saute, blanch, roast, braise and make simple soup from leftovers.

Location:       Shully’s, ATS 143 Green Bay Road – new space across the street from the
		              original Shully’s
Day:		          Thursday, April 30
Time:		         1:00pm ‒ 3:00pm                        NE
Fee:		          Resident $36/Non-Resident $39             W
Min/Max:        25/30
Course #:       322017
Registration:   Deadline is one week before the start date.
Instructor:     Scott Shully

        Spring Fashion Show
Featuring “Little Pzzazz” & Lunch at Shully’s
With summer coming and we no longer have the “Winter Blues”, come see our own community members
model some of the trending colors and styles. “Little Pizzazz” is located in Cedarburg which is only a
hop, skip and a jump away from Mequon. They are known for their fantastic fashion shows with up-to-
date, latest popular stylish clothes and don’t forget their unique purses and accessorize, accessorize,
accessorize. All sizes are available and they have gift ideas galore. There will be a display of items that
can be purchased that day. Also there will be door prizes and everyone gets a 15% off coupon.

We will be having a fabulous Buffet with Entrée, 2 sides, Salad, Roll, Dessert, Coffee Service, Tea, &
Cash Bar. Doors open at 11:00am. Tables of eight can be arranged. When registering, please indicate
whose table you will be sitting at.

Please enter on the North side of the building. Due to limited parking, car pooling is advised.

You are invited as members of the Mequon community to be a model for the clothes and accessories.
Looking for all sizes up to 3X. Please call Sarah if you are interested. 262-238-7537.

Come have some fun with your family and friends!
Location:       Shully’s, 146 Green Bay Rd, Thiensville
Day:		          Thursday, May 21
Time:		         12:00pm – Lunch with Fashion Show to follow. Doors open at 11:00am.
Fee:		          $32
Course #:       322016
Min/Max:        50/200
Registration:   Deadline Thursday, May 7th.
Adult/Senior Enrichment Continued                                                                               15

                                         Mah Jongg
 Winds! Bams! Dragons! Learn an ancient game with a modern twist. Mah Jongg has been a popular
 game in America since the 1920’s. (Note: this is NOT merely matching tiles, sometimes erroneously called
 Mah Jongg.) Combining both luck and skill, you will find people of all ages. Although this game of Chinese
 tiles is played by 4 people, the play is individual so partners are not needed. Groups of “Mahj” friends play
 regularly for years, so come and see why so many people have enjoyed this game for so long! You too will be
 able to play after this class. Fee includes current National Mah Jongg League Cards and materials.

 Location:        Range Line School – Room #110
 Dates:		         Fridays, April 17, 24
 		               May 1, 8, 15, 22
 Time:		          10:00am – 12:00pm
 Fee:		           Resident $ 68/Non-Resident $75
 Course #:        222086
 Min/Max:         6/16
 Registration:    Deadline is one week before the start date.
 Instructor:      Jackie Bloomberg

                           BRIDGE BY BILLIE
                 Summer Review Bridge Lessons
  As many of you know, bridge is one of the most rewarding and challenging card games ever. Therefore it takes
  the most practice. Nothing is better than being able to “speak bridge” with your partner and understand the
  language. Join us and continue to hone your bridge skills. We will be covering among other class driven topics
  those ever confusing reverses, cue bids, and negative and balancing doubles. Most days will be devoted to just
  playing hands to keep the skills we have already learned fresh. Please leave open time at the end of class to
  stay and play a few hands.

  This class is designed for students who have had at least one year of previous lessons, or those with a strong
  basic knowledge of the game. Looking forward to seeing old friends and meeting new. Class dates that are
  shown will include 1 week off, to be determined by instructor. If you have any questions, please call Billie Dillon
  at 262-893-8877. MsDily@aol.com

  Location:        Range Line School – Room # 107           Summer II:        Course #: 322034
  Date:		          Thursdays                                Dates:		          July 30 – September 10
  Time:		          10:00am – 12:00pm                        Fee:		            Resident $70/Non-Resident $77
                                                            Min/Max:          12/28
  Summer I:        Course #: 322033                         Registration:     Deadline is one week before the
  Dates:		         June 11 – July 23                        		                start date.
  Fee:		           Resident $70/Non-Resident $77            Instructor:       Billie Dillon

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                                ACBL Bridge
     More Commonly Used Conventions
                            American Contact Bridge League

This class is a continuation of the ACBL Commonly Used Conventions and is designed for students who
have taken the previous ACBL series of classes however, it will appeal to bridge players from various
backgrounds. We will cover topics such as Cuebid raises, New Minor Forcing, Balancing, Micheals cuebids,
and Unusual 2 NT. These lessons are for 10 weeks.

The instructor is Yvette Neary an ACBL accredited teacher and Emerald Life Master who has taught
numerous classes over the past 10 years. She can be reached at 414-526-9035 or yneary@gmail.com.

Location:        Range Line School – Room #107
Days:		          Wednesdays
Dates:		         May 13 – July 15
Time:		          9:00am – 11:00am
Course #:        322010
Fee:		           Resident $73/Non-Resident $80
Min/Max:         12/28
Registration:    Deadline is one week before the start date.
Instructor:      Yvette Neary

                  ACBL Bridge Practice
     More Commonly Used Conventions
                           American Contact Bridge League

 This 5 week practice session is a continuation of the ACBL Commonly Used Conventions and is
 designed for students who have taken the previous ACBL series of classes.

 Location:       Range Line School – Room #107
 Days:		         Wednesdays
 Dates:		        July 22 – August 19
 Time:		         9:00am – 11:00am
 Course #:       322011
 Fee:		          Resident $37/Non-Resident $41
 Min/Max:        12/28
 Registration:   Deadline is one week before the start date.
 Instructor:     Yvette Neary
Adult/Senior Enrichment Continued                                                                              17

      ACBL Bridge Lesson Program –
              Heart Series
                                American Contract Bridge League
 This Heart Series is the third in the series of bridge lessons. It is generally assumed that students have completed
 the Club Series on Bidding and the Diamond Series on Play of the Hand. That is, students will be expected to
 be familiar with the basic fundamentals of bridge bidding and play of the hand. The focus of this course will be
 on improving their defense. These lessons are for 10 weeks. A textbook is available from the instructor for $12.

 The instructor is Yvette Neary an ACBL accredited teacher and Emerald Life Master who has taught numerous
 classes over the past 10 years. She can be reached at 414-526-9035 or yneary@gmail.com.

 Location:        Range Line School – Room #107
 Days:		          Wednesdays
 Dates:		         May 13 – July 15
 Time:		          1:00pm – 3:00pm
 Course #:        322008
 Fee:		           Resident $73/Non-Resident $80
 Min/Max:         12/28
 Registration:    Deadline is one week before the start date.
 Instructor:      Yvette Neary

       ACBL Bridge Lesson Program –
          Heart Series Practice
                                American Contract Bridge League

  These 5 weeks are for practicing what you have learned in the Heart Series. It focuses on playing hands
  based on concepts learned. There will be reviews of bidding, play and defense techniques.

  Location:        Range Line School – Room #107
  Days:		          Wednesdays
  Dates:		         July 22 – August 19
  Time:		          1:00pm – 3:00pm
  Course #:        322009
  Fee:		           Resident $37/Non-Resident $41
  Min/Max:         12/28
  Registration:    Deadline is one week before the start date.
  Instructor:      Yvette Neary

REGISTER ONLINE                       www.mtsd.k12.wi.us                          Recreation Department
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                BADGER BAND
The Wisconsin band has become the top collegiate marching band in the nation. There are over 300
hard-working and enthusiastic students and staff members who strive to keep “raising the bar” year after
year. The UW Varsity Marching Band will celebrate its 45th annual spring concert at the Kohl Center. No
other college band puts on such an extravaganza complete will professional staging, lighting, sound and
pyro technics performed for 25,000 Badger fans each year. The Wisconsin Band is pleased to announce
another action-packed spring concert with special guests to be announced. There will be lots of surprises
and effects during this 2 ½ hour concert. Dinner stop (on your own) is at East Towne Mall and then on to the
concert. This trip is extremely popular, please register ASAP. Dr. Corey Pompey is the new director of the
band. He brings to UW experience with marching bands and has been employed at two previous programs
that are similar to UW in terms of size and scope with marching band traditions.

Location:       Range Line School – SW Parking lot
Day:		          Thursday, April 16
Time:		         Bus loads 2:30pm
		              Bus leaves 2:45pm
		              Bus returns approx. 11:30pm
Fee: 		         $62
Course #:       222087
Min/Max:        5/No max                                                              ©
Registration:   These tickets will go fast since they have a new director. Please check
		              for availability after March 16. We cannot give refunds after this date.
		              Bus times are subject to change.
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                         BREWER’S GAME #1
  Attend a Brewer Game with family and friends and you won’t have to worry about the parking. The Toronto
  Blue Jays are in town for this home stand as we arrive in grand style in our coach bus. For easier walking
  we will be dropped off at the handicapped entrance. It is a special day for seniors with great seats in the loge
  section along first base line with afternoon shade and easy access to food and restrooms. Our group name
  will even be on the scoreboard. When registering, please indicate seat pairings for the game and bus.

  Location:         Range Line School parking lot (SW corner)
  		                Bus loads 10:45am
  		                Bus leaves 11:00am
  		                Bus returns approx. 4:30pm
  Date:		           Wednesday, June 24 (1:10pm start)
  Fee:		            $49 – includes coach bus and ticket
  Max:		            25
  Course #:         322052
  Registration:     Deadline for group tickets is Thursday, May 28, after this date check for availability.
  		                No refunds given after this date and bus times are subject to change.

                         BREWER’S GAME #2
  Attend a Brewer Game with family and friends and you won’t have to worry about the parking. The Minnesota
  Twins are in town for this home stand as we arrive in grand style in our coach bus. For easier walking we will be
  dropped off at the handicapped entrance. It is a special seniors’ day with great seats in the loge section along
  first base line with afternoon shade and easy access to food and restrooms. Our group name will even be on
  the scoreboard. When registering, please indicate seat pairings for the game and bus.

  Location:        Range Line School parking lot (SW corner)
  		               Bus loads 10:45am
  		               Bus leaves 11:00am
  		               Bus returns approx. 4:30pm
  Date:		          Wednesday, August 26 (1:10pm start)
  Fee:		           $49 includes coach bus and ticket
  Max:		           25
  Course #:        322053
  Registration:    Deadline for group tickets is Monday, July 27 after this date check for availability.
  		               No refunds given after this date and bus times are subject to change.

REGISTER ONLINE                      www.mtsd.k12.wi.us                          Recreation Department
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       Germantown Senior Center Sponsored Trips –
               You are Welcome to Join
  Call Mary at 262-253-7799 at Germantown to register and pay.

                            “A Mighty Fortress”
                          Church Basement Ladies
 In this installment of the Church Basement Ladies it’s 1960 and a reformation us underway. Through it
 all, Beverly, Mrs. Snustad, Mavis, Karin and Pastor are “bulwarks never failing” standing strong in their
 faith and friendships with crazy antics, great songs and more lessons reluctantly learned.
 Location:       Germantown Senior Center, W162N11960 Park Ave
 Date:		         Wednesday, May 6
 Time:		         Depart 8:30am – 5:30pm
 Fee:		          $85 – Pay Germantown Senior Center directly. 262-253-7799
 Registration:   Deadline is April 10th.

                                    Dells Adventure
 Join us for a trip to Dr. Evermor’s Forevertron Park, the largest scrap metal Sculpture Garden in
 Wisconsin. You must see it to believe it. Then on to a winery stop. We will have dinner at Kaminski’s
 Chop House. Enjoy 5 star dining. You will have a choice of 2 entrees. Trip includes transportation, meals
 and tour. Depart the Senior Center at 11:30am and return about 9:30pm.
 Location:       Germantown Senior Center, W162 N11960 Park Ave
 Date:		         Thursday, June 18
 Time:		         11:30am – 9:30pm
 Fee:		          $115 – Pay Germantown Senior Center directly. 262-253-7799
 Registration:   Deadline is May 18th.

         Milwaukee Lakefront Fireworks
     Summer Cookout Buffet at the War Memorial
 Hop on our air-conditioned coach and head to downtown Milwaukee to see the lakefront fireworks.
 Avoid the headache of parking and traffic, leave the driving to us. Be dropped off at the War Memorial,
 enjoy a delicious Picnic Style dinner (Brats, Burgers, BBQ Pork and all the Fixin’s + Unlimited Beer,
 Wine, & Soda), while tapping to great Live music. Then we will be wowed by the spectacular view of the
 Fireworks Extravaganza. Attendees last year were impressed with the venue, the
 view and the “fixins”.

 Location:       Germantown Center Mall (behind Starbucks in the center of parking lot)
 Date:		         Friday, July 3rd
 Time:		         Pick-up 4:45pm
 		              Return 11:00pm
 Fee:		          $91 – Pay Germantown Senior Center Directly. 262-253-7799
 Registration:   Deadline is May 1st.
 		              Very popular trip – tickets go fast.
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22                                                   Adult/Senior Free Programs

                                      For Your Health
                        Range Line School ~ These presentations are free.
                                         Managing Your Foot and Ankle Pain
                               Dr. Gorman from Ascension Columbia/St. Mary’s
Come hear Dr. Gorman speak about your foot and ankle pain. Ankle pain is often due to an ankle sprain but can also
be caused by ankle instability, arthritis, gout, tendonitis, fracture, and nerve compression. All of this can cause foot pain.
Date:		        Thursday, March 19th – 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Course #:       222051           Room #: 109

                                                Caring For Your Feet
Learn how your feet change as the years pass. Get information on caring for your feet and nails. Learn about foot care
and the difference between a pedicure and foot/nail care. Come with questions and get answers. Taught by a registered
nurse certified in Foot and Nail care. Door Prizes Included.
Date:		            Monday, May 4th – 11:30am – 12:30pm
Course #:          322019        Room #: Conference Room

                                            Shoulder or Rotator Cuff pain?
Common symptoms of a shoulder injury include:
      • Pain when raising arm
      • Weakness in the arm which prevents you from lifting, reaching, pushing
      • Pain when leaning or sleeping on the affected shoulder
Join Mary Beth Scalise from FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Center for a FREE workshop where you will learn how to
find relief from your shoulder/rotator cuff pain.
Date:		            Wednesday, May13th – 10:30am - 11:30am
Course #:          322020        Room #: 109

                                               What is Plantar Fasciitis
Many people know or have heard of plantar fasciitis because they have either experienced it first hand or know someone
who has. If you are looking for some background knowledge of what plantar fasciitis is, how to manage the symptoms,
and prevention of future flare ups, then this is the class for you!
Erin Bafunno, DPT,CMTPT from Freedom Physical Therapy
Date:		          Wednesday, June 3rd – 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Course #:        322021         Room #: 108

                                      Fending off Falls – Balance Workshop
If you have recently experienced a fall, struggle to get up from your chair, or suffer from recurring episodes of dizziness
or light headedness, this workshop is for you. We will explore some of the underlying causes of balance issues, along
with effective ways to prevent falls and improve your overall balance. To gain more independence be sure to attend this
informative workshop with Certified Balance Specialist and Physical Therapist Mary Beth Scalise PT.
Date:		          Wednesday, June 17th – 10:30am – 11:30am
Course #:        322022         Room #: 108

                                               Knee Pain Workshop
Do you have pain going up and down the stairs? Do you have knee pain getting up from a chair?
Does your knee pain cause you to limp? Have you had or are considering a knee replacement?
This workshop is for you! Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers are offering a free informational workshop! In the
workshop they will explain ways to treat and prevent knee pain, post knee replacement rehabilitation, as well as different
exercises to help prepare for a knee replacement.
Date:		          Wednesday, July 8th – 10:30am – 11:30am
Course #:        322023         Room #: 109
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                                 CELL PHONE
  So you got that brand new cell phone and can’t make heads or tails out of it with all the different things that can
  be done especially texting to that favorite grandchild. In this informative class you will get hands on experience
  with the basics of the cell phone, texting and taking a picture (if your phone has the capability). Class is taught
  by that age group that has grown up on this kind of technology. This will be a class with helpers for you, so no
  walk-ins will be accepted. Call 262-238-7537 to see if class is still available.
  Location:         Range Line School – Room #108
  Spring 1:         Course: 322026
  Date:		           Monday, April 20
  Time:		           9:30am – 10:30am
  Spring 2:         Course: 322027
  Date:		           Monday, May 11
  Time:		           12:30pm – 1:30pm
  Fee:		            Free
  Min/Max:          4/10
  Registration:     Deadline is one week before the start date.

                           The Mequon-Thiensville
                            Community Book Club
 Please join us for monthly book discussions. Our choices will concentrate on a variety of current titles, with a classic
 thrown in here and there! And no, it is not just for women, Everyone is welcome!
 Be prepared to talk, listen and share your thoughts and reactions to the month’s selection. Participants will be
 responsible for obtaining their books.
 Location:         Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-Thiensville
 Days:		           Third Tuesday of the month
 Dates:		          May 19, June 16, July 21, August 18
 Time:		           1:30pm – 2:30pm
 Fee:		            Free
 Min/Max:          5/20
 Facilitator:      Ashley Pike, Patron Services Manager of Weyenberg Library

 Date:		 May 19 – “Unmarriagable” by Sonia Kamal

 Date:		           June16 – “Reflections on a Life in Exile” by JF Rioran

 Date:		 July 21 – “Bowlaway” by Elizabeth McCracken

 Date:		           August 18 – “Whiskey When We’re Dry” by John Larison

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                      Keys to Award Winning
                     Landscape Maintenance
David J. Frank, a Landscape Contracting Business, is inviting you to learn about this garden topic; Keys to award
winning landscape maintenance landscape design, construction, renovation and maintenance. They are experts in
sustainable and environment solutions, storm water management, irrigation systems, interior scaping, lawn and turf
care, tree services, holiday decorating and snow and ice management. All services for every season and projects
of all sizes.

                                      CONTAINER PLANTS
Container gardening for the patio. In this class, learn how to prepare, plant and water patio containers to achieve
an all season flush of color. Plant selection will cover the basics of thrillers, fillers and spillers. Containers come
in all sizes and shapes. You can plant window boxes, rectangular planters, and small to large patios. Use your
imagination. The instructor will lead you through the process of picking and choosing.

Location:        Range Line School - Conference Room
Date:		          Thursday, April 2
Time:		          1:00pm – 2:00pm
Fee:		           Free
Course #:        222066
Min/Max:         5/20
Registration:    Deadline is one week before the start date.

   This year the theme for Older Americans Month is
                  “Make Your Mark”
           Every May you will find that the Administration for Community Living leads
                     our country’s observance of Older Americans Month
       •   Connect with friends, family and services that support participation.
       •   Create by engaging in activities that promote learning, health, and personal enrichment.
       •   Contribute time, talent, and life experience to benefit others.
  This is emphasizing that you are never too old (or too young) to take part in activities that can enrich your physical,
  mental and emotional well-being and celebrate the many ways older adults make a difference in their Communities.
  This Theme was selected to encourage and celebrate countless contributions that older adults make to our
  communities. Their time, experience, and talents benefit family, peers, and neighbors everyday. Communities that
  encourage the contributions of older adults are stronger! By engaging and supporting all community members, we
  recognize that older adults play a key role in the vitality of our neighborhoods, networks and lives.
  We invite you to celebrate Older Americans Month and “Make Your Mark” in May! Leading up to the observance,
  ACL will release artwork, activity suggestions, and other materials you can use at events. Use your Social Media to
  spread the news. Get more invested in your community, volunteer your services when needed!

  Questions? Call Sarah Roesch 262-238-7537
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                Morning and Afternoon Activities
                                       Senior Dining Program
As many of you already know our meal site for Mequon-Thiensville area is located here at Range Line School. The
suggestion donation for the lunch is $4.00, serving at 12:00noon, attending for the first time is free. Reduced taxi
vouchers are available for transportation to and from the location. For more information or to make a reservation,
please contact Patty 262-483-1937 or Kari 262-238-8120. Monthly menu calendars are available.

                                Monthly Events/Meal Program
An information specialist from the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County will be on the premises.
She will answer questions so that you don’t have to drive to Port Washington. Please call 262-238-8120 for date.

                                               Senior Games
Senior games between Seniors from Cedarburg, Grafton, Mequon, & Port Washington start on Wednesday, May
27 with a run/walk & dessert. Lots of activities to participate in; swimming, golf, bocce ball, sheepshead, bike riding,
and pickleball, with 17 events in all. Ends on June 18 with a catered breakfast and awards. Call Sarah for more
information 262-238-7537. You can send a check to Grafton Senior Center, 1665 Seventh Avenue, Grafton,
53024 attention Karin. Forms can be found at M-T Rec. Dept. office.

                           Ozaukee County Senior Conference
The Conference for Seniors featuring a guest speaker, interesting sessions, lots of exhibitors, great food and
socializing with other Seniors is Tuesday, June 16. Call Sarah for more info. 262-238-7537 This year it is being held
at Grafton High School.

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24                       YOUTH PROGRAMS -                                Sports

                            HOMESTEAD
                            HOOP CAMP
                                          Boys Grades 1-9
Sean Crider, Boys Head Basketball Coach at Homestead High School, and his staff will provide instruction for
the 29th Annual Homestead Hoop Camp. The camp is open to boys entering first through ninth grade. The
camp goals are to teach fundamentals, provide individual instruction, emphasize academics, promote character
development, and have fun while learning. Camp highlights are each camper gets a ball, prizes, T-shirt, contests,
and team competition.

Location:        Homestead High School Field House or Main Gym
Registration:    Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Date: 		         Mon – Thurs, June 15 – 18 (Held in Field House at Homestead)

		 Course #: 317001                        Age:     Boys entering grade 1
					                                      Time:    10:00am – 11:00am
					                                      Fee:     Resident $45/Non-Resident $55
		 Course #: 317002                        Age:     Boys entering grade 2
					                                      Time:    10:00am – 11:00am
					                                      Fee:     Resident $45/Non-Resident $55
		 Course #: 317003                        Age:     Boys entering grade 3
					                                      Time:    11:10am – 1:10pm
					                                      Fee:     Resident $70/Non-Resident $80
		 Course #: 317004                        Age:     Boys entering grade 4
					                                      Time:    11:10am – 1:10pm
					                                      Fee:     Resident $70/Non-Resident $80
		 Course #: 317005                        Age:     Boys entering grade 5
					                                      Time:    1:30pm – 3:30pm
					                                      Fee:     Resident $70/Non-Resident $80
		 Course #: 317006                        Age:     Boys entering grade 6
					                                      Time:    1:30pm – 3:30pm
					                                      Fee:     Resident $70/Non-Resident $80

Date: 		         Mon – Thurs, June 22 – 25 (Held in Main Gym at Homestead)

		 Course #: 317007                        Age:     Boys entering grade 7
					                                      Time:    10:00am – 12:00pm
					                                      Fee:     Resident $70/Non-Resident $80
		 Course #: 317008                        Age:     Boys entering grade 8
					                                      Time:    10:00am – 12:00pm
					                                      Fee:     Resident $70/Non-Resident $80
		 Course #: 317009                        Age:     Boys entering grade 9
					                                      Time:    10:00am – 12:00pm
					                                      Fee:     Resident $70/Non-Resident $80
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                GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMP
                                               Girls Grades 1-9
    Corey Wolf, Girls Head Basketball Coach at Homestead High School, and her staff will instruct a girls
    basketball camp for girls entering grades 1 through 9. You will find the camp staff to be enthusiastic,
    dedicated and hard working. Emphasis is placed on fundamental skills, ball handling, passing, shooting,
    and rebounding.
    Location:        Homestead High School Field House
    Dates:		         Mon – Thurs, June 22 – 25
    Course #:     317136         Age:    Girls entering grades 1-5
    				                         Time: 9:00am – 11:00am
    				                         Fee:    Resident $70/Non-Resident $80
    Course #:     317137         Age:    Girls entering grade 6-9
    				                         Time: 12:00pm – 2:00pm
    				                         Fee:    Resident $70/Non-Resident $80
    Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

             BASKETBALL ACADEMY
                                        Boys and Girls Grades 4-9
The Basketball Academy is designed for the serious basketball player ready to improve their game. Basketball is
a game that requires practice and repetition to be successful. Homestead High School Boys Basketball Coach, Sean
Crider, will direct the Basketball Academy sessions for the boys. Homestead High School Girls Basketball Coach, Corey
Wolf, will direct the Basketball Academy for the girls. Let Coach Crider and Coach Wolf help you put a plan together to
be the best basketball player you can be. You will be given individual and partner drills that can be done on your own to
help you improve.
         Skills that will be emphasized:
         Higher Level Ball Handling - Detailed Shooting Techniques - Passing and Catching
         Individual and Team Defense - Reading and Setting Screens - And much more!!
Fee:		           Resident $80/Non-Resident $90
Girls:		         Location will be at the Lake Shore Middle School Gym
		               Dates:		          Wednesdays & Fridays – July 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31
		               Course #:         317128		        Girls entering grades 7-9		       Time: 8:30am – 10:00am
		               Course #:         317129          Girls entering grades 4-6		       Time: 10:15am – 11:45am
Boys:		          Location will be at the Lake Shore Middle School Gym
		               Dates:		          Tuesdays & Thursdays – July 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30
		               Course #:         317130		        Boys entering grades 7-9		         Time:    8:30am – 10:00am
		               Course #:         317131		        Boys entering grades 4-6           Time:    10:15am – 11:45am
Registration:    Deadline is one week prior to start date or once max is reached.
Min/Max:         10/30
Instructors:     Sean Crider, Homestead High School Boys Head Basketball Coach and Corey Wolf Homestead High
		               School Girls Head Basketball Coach.
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                 BOYS LACROSSE CAMP
Campers will work with staff members who bring knowledge of the game, as well as, personal playing
experience. Homestead Boys Lacrosse Camp is an instructional lacrosse camp for boys incoming grades
3rd – 8th. Campers will receive instruction in fundamentals, skills, rules and techniques. Campers have
the opportunity to apply what they learn at camp in individual and team competition. This camp is designed
for intermediate to experienced lacrosse players. Beginners are welcome to join and will receive special
attention to help advance their skills in a timely manner. Instruction for all campers will include stick work,
drills, tight-space play, position, team, and full field concepts – in a fun and competitive environment.

At the Homestead Boys Lacrosse Camp, you can expect to find well trained, professional and passionate
high school players who are providing their time to help build the skills of your sons, as well as, promoting
lacrosse and giving back to their community. It is our goal that this camp provides young players with the
confidence and ability to take their game to the next level!

   SPONSORED BY HOMESTEAD LACROSSE AND THE VARSITY/JV BOYS PLAYERS

Grades:			               Incoming 3rd – 8th
Location:		              Homestead High School Stadium
Dates:			                Wed – Fri, June 24, 25, & 26
Times:			                9:00am – 12:00pm        Incoming Gr 3rd – 5th 		            Course #: 312029
			                      1:30pm – 4:30pm         Incoming Gr 6th – 8th		             Course #: 312030
Fee:			                  Resident $125/Non-Resident $135
EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED – RENTAL EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE THROUGH “HOT 4 LAX.” PLEASE
CONTACT ROBIN BUCKLEY at 262-717-9996 FOR COSTS. MUST ARRANGE AT LEAST 2 WEEKS
PRIOR TO SECURE EQUIPMENT. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE AND BASED ON AVAILABILITY.
Min/Max:		               10/200
Registration:		          Deadline is one week prior to start date.
Instructors:		           Peter Morton and Homestead High School Players and Coaches

                       Youth Table Tennis
Learn the forehand, backhand, and other fundamentals involved in the sport of table tennis. Coach
Linda Leaf is an ITTF Certified Professional Table Tennis coach.

Grades:		         Entering 3rd – 12th
Dates:		          Monday – Thursdays, August 3 – 6
Location:         Shorewood Intermediate School           NE
		                3830 N Morris Blvd			                      W
		                Shorewood, WI 53211
Fee:		            Resident $14/Non-Resident $21
Instructor:       Linda Leaf – National Youth Table Tennis Association
Registration:     Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.
Min/Max:          1/6

Entering Grades 3 – 6 		           10:00am – 10:45am		               Course #:    329060
Entering Grades 7 – 12 		          11:00am – 11:45am		               Course #:    329061
Youth
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        Homestead Girls Softball Camp
     Girls will have the opportunity to work with the Homestead coaching staff and their Homestead softball
     players. We will work on fundamentals such as throwing, catching, fielding, hitting, running bases and a
     whole lot more! Participants should bring a mitt, bat (if they have one), a helmet, something to drink, and
     any other softball equipment that they have. Participants will receive a Tshirt.

     Location:        Homestead High School Softball Field
     Date: 		         Mon – Thurs, June 15 - 18
     Registration:    Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.
     Min/Max:         10/No Max
     Instructors:     Deb Segebrecht, ‒ Homestead Varsity Coach, staff and players

     Grade:			                Time:			                 Fee:					                                Course #:
     Entering Gr 1 – 4        1:00pm – 2:15pm          Resident $50/Non-Resident $60		          317028
     Entering Gr 5 – 8        2:30pm – 4:00pm          Resident $60/Non-Resident $70		          317029

SUMMER FOOTBALL CAMP
                                         Boys and Girls Grades 1-9
The Homestead High School football staff will once again host a football camp for grades 1-9. Attitude and learning
to do the right thing will be an important component of the camp. Each participant will receive a T-Shirt.

Prerequisites:   Participants should bring gym clothes, football shoes, and water bottle.
Location:        Homestead High School Varsity Game Field
Director:        David Keel, Homestead High School Head Football Coach
Registration:    Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.
Grades 1-4: Fundamentals of flag football will be taught: passing, catching, kicking, blocking, flag pulling, and
		          team skills.
Dates:				                Mon – Thurs, July 13 – 16
Course #:   317276		      Age:      Boys/Girls entering grades 1 and 2
				                      Time: 8:00am – 9:15am
				                      Fee:      Resident $55/Non-Resident $65
Course #:   317277        Age:      Boys/Girls entering grades 3 and 4
				                      Time 9:30am – 11:00am
				                      Fee:      Resident $60/Non-Resident $70
Grades 5-9: All fundamentals of football will be taught: passing, catching, kicking, blocking, tackling and team
		          skills. Attitude and learning to do the right thing will be an important component of the camp.
Dates:				                    Mon – Thurs, July 13 – 16
Course #:   317227            Age:    Boys/Girls entering grades 5 through 7
				                          Time: 12:00pm – 1:45pm
				                          Fee:    Resident $80/Non-Resident $90
Course #:   317228            Age:    Boys/Girls entering grades 8 & 9
				                          Time 2:00pm – 3:45pm
				                          Fee:    Resident $80/Non-Resident $90

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