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GLENCOE PARK DISTRICT WINTER 2011/2012
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Glencoe Park District Celebrating 100 Years of FUN in 2012!
See Pages 4-5 for a Preview of Centennial Events!
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General Information
BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS Trent P. Cornell,President Maxine L. Retsky,Vice President Robert W. Kimble,Treasurer Hilary G. Lee,Commissioner Andre L. Lerman,C moimssoienr ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Don Van Arsdale,Executive Director Dan Barchenger,Parks Supervisor Rick Bold,Director of Parks Heather Burns,Early Childhood Program Manager Cheryl DeClerck,Director of Recreation Naomi Garvett,Early Childhood Supervisor David Johnson,Facility Manager - Beach/Watts Tom McDonald,Horticulturist Carol Mensinger,Director of Finance/  Human Resources Brooke Mulcahy, Takiff Center Supervisor Steve Nagle,Director of Operations Kraig Owens, Athletics Program Manager Sandra Pullara,Manager of Marketing and  Communications Breanne Schnoor,Arts and Youth Program Manager Nancy Symonds,Executive Assistant Emily Vanderkamp,Manager of Recreation  Services Lorise Weil,Registration Office Manager PARK BOARD MEETINGS oThet hBe otahridr do fT Puaersk aCommissioners generally .mme. eat t n the Takiff Center,  d99y9  oGf reeaecnh  Bmaoy nRtho aadt . 7T:3h0e  ppublic is invited to attend. AFFILIATE ORGANIZATIONS AYSO Soccer 800-910-AYSO Glencoe Baseball Assoc. glencoebaseball.org COMMUNITY PARTNERS Chamber of Commerce (847) 835-3333 il Service of Glencoe (847) 835 Famy  (847) 835--05014101 encoe Jr. Hi comers & h rs  GGGlllllleee nnncccooooeeee    PR NHgueiolstbewtalnoirgrccyi  ohcL CeaiPnllbr ureSoabwjor eccyc io teN tmeyiegrs(((a888bn444od777n)))   e888i333g555h---b751o607r250s.360com G G enc G encoe Youth Services (847) 835-3121 School District 35 (847) 835-7800 Village of Glencoe (847) 835-4114 PARK PARTNERS IIlllliinois  PAasrsko ca. nodf  PRaerckr eDatiisotrni cAtss soc. iill-piaprrkas..oorrgg nois NNoatritohnearln  PSaurbk uarnbda nR Secpreecaitail on Assoc. nrpa.org Recreation Assoc. nssra.org PARK DISTRICT REGISTRATION HOURS Administrative offices are located at the Takiff Center, 999 Green Bay Road, Glencoe Monday–Friday ....................... 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Main Office Phone .................. (847) 835-3030 Registration Office Fax ........... (847) 835-7279 Administrative Office Fax ...... (847) 835-4942 Visit us online at www.glencoeparkdistrict.com! 
Table of Contents
ADULT ENRICHMENTS................ ...........1.-461 ................
ADULT FITNESS...................................................... 22-25
BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES  .....7.................................. CENTENNIAL EVENTS ................................................ 4-5 CHILDREN’S CIRCLE.............................................. 56-57 DANCE................45.42-......................................... .......... EARLY LEARNING CENTER..................................... 50-52 GJK........3-55...5......................................... .................... JR. HIGH ENRICHMENTS........................................ 29-30 KARATE5-66...6........................................................ ...... KINDERGARTEN ENRICHMENTS ............................ 62-64 OAKTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE............................. 26-28 OASIS PROGRAMS.................................................. 17-21 PARENT & CHILD ENRICHMENTS ............................... 58 PARKS & FACILITIES MAP ......................................... 71 PRESCHOOL ENRICHMENTS.................................. 59-61 REGISTRATION...................................................... 72-78 SPECIAL EVENTS ................................................... 46-49 SUMMER CAMP PREVIEW ..................................... 67-70 TAKIFF CENTER RENTALS............................................. 6 YOUTH ENRICHMENTS.......................................... 31-36 YOUTH PARTNERS....................41................................ .. YOUTH SPORTS..................................................... 37-40 WATTS CENTER...8-13.................................................... .
For your convenience, all age groups are color-coded to make classes and programs even easier to find!
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Winter Programs At-a-Glance
PreschoolniedKetngrraYouthGrYaoduet3h-4 GJrr.a dHesi g5-h8Adults Ages 3-4 Ages 5-6 Grades 1-2 s Age 18+ Creative Cookers ...... 60 Clay Play................... 63 Chefs Around the Broadway Bound ...... 33 Broadway Bound ...... 33 Fitness/Yoga ........22-25 Karate....................... 66 Computer Explorers .. 31 World........................ 34 Chess Scholars ......... 31 Fencing..................... 39 Floral Design ............ 15 Fencing..................... 39 Computer Explorers .. 31 Fencing..................... 39 Hip Hop Dance.......... 45 Indoor Walking.......... 16 Hip Hop Dance.......... 44 Fencing..................... 39Hot Shots Dodgeball.. 37Intermediate Hockey Karate......................... 12 66 Karate....................... 66 Karate....................... 66Intermediate Hockey Jazz Dance ............... 45 Oakton.................26-28.. 12 Kinder Culture........... 63 Let’s Play Hockey ..... 12 Karate....................... 66 Karate....................... 66 OASIS ..................17-21 Let’s Play Hockey ..... 12 Little Sportsters ........ 37 Piano Lessons .......... 35 Piano Lessons .......... 30 Piano Lessons .......... 16 Piano Lessons .......... 35 Piano Lessons........... 35 Alphabet Antics......... 60 Intro to the Arts......... 62 Ceramics .................. 34 Broadway Bound ...... 33 Broadway Bound ...... 33 Ceramics .................. 14 Explore & Discover ... 61 Karate....................... 66 Hip Hop Dance.......... 45 Karate....................... 66 Karate....................... 66 Cooking .................... 15 Quick Start Indoor Kinderblades............. 10 Karate....................... 66 Quick Start Indoor Open Gym ................ 30 Dog Obedience ......... 14 Tennis....................... 39 Kinder Culture........... 63 Little Sportsters ........ 37 Tennis....................... 39 Wheel Throwing ........ 29 Fitness/Yoga ........22-25 Skate/Practice/Play ... 11 Mad Science............. 32 Indoor Walking.......... 16 Quick Start Indoor Skate/Practice/Play ... 11 Karate....................... 66 Tennis....................... 39 Quick Start Indoor Oakton.................26-28 Tennis....................... 39 OASIS ..................17-21 Skating ..................... 11
Fantasy Play ............. 59 Hip Hop/Jazz Funk .... 44 Little Dribblers .......... 64 Karate....................... 66 Advanced Hockey ..... 12 Advanced Hockey ..... 12 Chicks and Sticks ..... 12 Open Gym ................ 58 Mitey Movement ....... 60 Karate....................... 66 Mad Science............. 32 Guitar Lessons.......... 35 Guitar Lessons.......... 35 Cooking .................... 15 Open Gym ................ 58 Kinderblades............. 10 Little Footlighters ...... 33Hot Shots Triple Play Dog 66 14 Obedience ......... Karate......................... 37 Kinder Culture........... 63 Open Gym ................ 58 Karate....................... 66 Fitness/Yoga ........22-25 Open Gym ................ 58 Young Rembrandts.... 31 Floral Design ............ 15 Young Rembrandts.... 31 Indoor Walking .......... 16 Oakton .................26-28 OASIS ..................17-21
Ballet Basics ............. 44 Ballet Basics ............. 44 Chess Scholars ......... 31 Ceramics .................. 34 Acting Techniques..... 32 Fitness/Yoga ........22-25 Karate....................... 66 Chess Scholars ......... 31 Karate....................... 66 Karate....................... 66 Ceramics .................. 34 Indoor Walking .......... 16 Math Magic .............. 61 Little Footlighters ...... 33 Mad Science............. 32 Karate....................... 66 Karate....................... 66 Intro to the Arts......... 62 Quick Start Indoor Karate....................... 66 Soccer & Basketball.. 37 Quick Start Indoor Men’s Softball........... 16 Tennis....................... 39 Kinderblades............. 10 Skate/Practice/Play ... 11 Tennis....................... 39 Oakton.................26-28 Kinder Culture........... 63 Quick Start Indoor OASIS ..................17-21 Skate/Practice/Play ... 11 Tennis....................... 39 Quick Start Indoor Tennis....................... 39
Tot Clay Play ............. 59 Ballet Basics ............. 44 Karate....................... 66 Hip Hop Dance.......... 45 .Flr Hockey/Whiffleball 45 Hop Dance..........37 Hip Fitness/Yoga ........22-25 Kids Yoga .................. 61 Kids Yoga .................. 64 Karate....................... 66 Hip Hop Dance.......... 45 Jazz Dance ............... 45 Karate....................... 66 Pee Wee Sportsters... 59 Kinderblades............. 10 Jazz Dance ............... 45 Karate....................... 66 Teeny Dancers .......... 44 Kinder Concoctions ... 63 Karate....................... 66 Open Gym ................ 40 Wide World of Sports Gym ................ Open ...... 62 Structures 40.. 60 Kinder Sports Club............... 64
Pops and Tots ........... 58 Beg. Rock’n Tots ....... 10 Beg. Rock’n Tots ....... 10 Karate....................... 66 Karate....................... 66 Karate....................... 66 Fitness.................22-25 Learn to Skate Hockey Karate....................... 66. 12 Walking .......... 16 11 Indoor 11 Skating Skating School.......... Skating School.......... School.......... 11 Skating School.......... 11Learn to Skate Hockey 66 Karate........................ 12 Skating School.......... 11 Parent/Child Puppy Training .................... 14 Tai Chi ...................... 15
Let’s Play Hockey ..... 12 Let’s Play Hockey ..... 12
Open Gym ................ 16 Yoga ......................... 23
Many one-day special events and programs are also offered this season! For more information, browse the sections of this brochure, which is divided by age group.
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Centennial Events
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Glencoe Park District is Celebrating 100 Years of FUN!
This year marks the Glencoe Park District’s 100th Anniversary! In honor of this monumental occasion, we are hosting special events throughout the year celebrating the centennial theme. The first quarter events are listed on page 5. Look for details on upcoming events in the Spring/Summer and Fall Brochures. Please visit us online at www.glencoeparkdistrict.com for more event information as the dates draw closer. For 100 years, Glencoe Park District has made an effort to provide recreation programs to all community members, including those in need of financial support. In recognition and continuation of this effort, at many of our centennial events we will be accepting donations for the “Community Access to Recreation” Scholarship Fund (C.A.R.E.), or the event itself may be a fundraiser for the scholarship. These events will be marked with theE.R.A.Cntve.elogo. See page 79 for more information on the C.A.R.E. program. A Brief History of Glencoe Park District The Park District was incorporated on March 15, 1912. A group of Glencoe citizens headed by Oscar Foreman, William V. Jacobs, Fred D. Jackson, and Sherman M. Booth organized the movement to establish the district. Early settlers on the North Shore gravitated toward Glencoe’s thick forest on top of the high bluff, offering beautiful views of Lake Michigan. The Park District was created to conserve this natural beauty and promote the creation of parks, particularly east of the railroad tracks. Each Park District facility - the Takiff Center, Watts Center, and Glencoe Beach - has undergone several major changes over the years. In 1928 the halfway house, approaches and beach house were built at Glencoe Beach. These beautiful stone structures still stand today as a reminder of Glencoe’s architectural history. Before Watts Center was constructed, flooded fields were used for outdoor skating. In 1972, the Park Board installed artificial rinks at Watts Center, which was built in 1958 to house community activities and the Park Board offices. As many Glencoe residents remember, a portion of the current Takiff Center was originally North School, which opened in 1928. The school closed in 1979 due to declining enrollment, but the facility remains active with children and adults alike as the Park District’s home base for recreational programs.
Top Left: Pier at Glencoe Beach, 1920 Top Middle: Glencoe Beach, 1905 Top Right: Watts Center, date unknown
Left: Friends Park, 1950s Photos provided by: Glencoe Historical Society
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Centennial Events
JANUARY - MARCH: Centennial Giveaways
Janua In January, the Glencoe Park District, in recognition of our 100th Anniversary, will be awarding a Giſt Certificate toward any non-contractual, non-billable, Glencoe Park District enrichment program. Februarywith index cards was patented. Hence, in conjunction with theIn February of 1912, an archiving system Quill Corporation, we will be giving away a fun prize during the month of February. March March of 1912, the first Japanese Cherry Blossom Trees were planted in DC. erefore, in conjunction In with Chicago Botanic Garden, we will be giving away a fun prize in March.
JANUARY: ncoe Winter Carnival
Celebrate the winter season at the annual Glencoe Carnival, which as been expanded this year in honor of the Park District’s 100th Anniversary! Participants can enjoy everything Watts Center has to offer, including skating races, a hockey shooting contest, games, s’mores, broomball, ice sculpting, dog sledding, and a raffle! Who: All AgesC.A.R.E. Where:Watts Centerevent Day Date Time Fee Sat. Jan. 14 1-4 p.m.FREE!
APRIL: Arbor Day Celebration
Witness the unveiling of our new Centennial Arboretum at Veterans Memorial Park! At this event a local tree expert will discuss Native American trails on the North Shore and plant a tree marker in the arboretum. We are also giving away 100 seedlings and distributing materials on tree care. Participate in our Arbor Day Scavenger Hunt, in which you’ll have two weeks to identify 5 trees located throughout Glencoe’s parks. All who complete the hunt will receive a prize! Who:  PalkareM sirome tlelVAsengarAC.R.A.evE.ten Where: Day Date Time Fee Sat. Apr. 21 TBDFREE!
FEBRUARY: Leap in the Lake at Glencoe Beach
Ever wondered how cold Lake Michigan really gets during the winter? Come find out at the Centennial Leap in the Lake! Participants will take a quick dip into the water then step into warming areas for hot chocolate, coffee, and a visit with the Watts mascot, Wattson the Polar Bear. Please contact David Johnson at (847) 835-7544 for more information or volunteer opportunities. This event is a fundraiser for C.A.R.E., a scholarship fund for Glencoe residents in need of financial assistance. Participants are encouraged to raise money from family and friends to sponsor their plunge and support a great cause! Who: 10 and older Ages Where: Beach GlencoentCA.R.E.e.ev Back-Up Date: February 26 Sunday, Day Date Time Fee Prg. # Sat. Feb. 25 10-11 a.m. $20 Ages 10-179390-3  $25 Age 18+
Events for the remainder of the Centennial Year will be published in the Spring/Summer and Fall Brochures. Visit our website at www.glencoeparkdistrict.com for more details as the event dates draw closer!
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Takiff Center
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Something for Everyone! 999 Green Bay Road • (847) 835-3030 Glencoe Park District’s Takiff Center features dynamic recreational program rooms for exercise and health, creative and performing arts, early childhood development, and various sports. We also have a variety of rental spaces for both large and small events, making the facility a welcoming place for our community members to gather. Amenities 10,000 sq. ft. Gymnasium  Group Fitness Studios Conference and Multipurpose Rooms Community Hall for elegant private events Early Childhood and Preschool Programs Ceramics and Art Studios Performing Arts and Music Rooms
Free WiFi in Lobby!
September 6-December 31, 2011: Desk Attendant on Duty* Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday-Sunday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. *Subject to change for holidays and other Park District events.
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Shoot Some Hoops at Open Gym! View our schedule online or call (847) 835-3030
Birthday Party Packages
Birthday Party PackagesCheck Out Our NEW Creative Packages! The sky’s the limit for our birthday party packages! Let usNoah’s Ark Fluff-N-Stuff Workshop $350 know how we can accommodate and make your child’sAges 2-6 dream party come true. Your kids will LOVE this party! Choose an “unstuffed” All Party Packages Include:er pnd azelinasoen ruoy  yddub wndiefry dlud clebitcelloc, createyourselfutffi  t ,ahdns icife,ath rtrtceezimib dc a otsu Up to one hour of themed instructionan adorable outfit. Goodie bags are provided.by dressing it in • One hour for gifts, parent-led games, and refreshments(Fee is for 10 children; $20 per additional child) • Time before/after party for decorating and cleanupPrincess Palace Package $500 • Party room and tables/chairs appropriately sized for Ages 4 & up  your guests Jiggle & Giggle supplies a princess bounce house with a slide, NEW PARTY ACTIVITY! plusAdd the batting cage option to an hour of airbrush and glitter tattoos. your party for only $25 more! (Parents pitch/supervise)Super Hero $450  Ages 4-6 Invite your guests to come as their favorite super hero! The children decorate masks and capes and go to our Super Hero Academy. Everyone passes the academy with flying colors and is awarded special badges. Goodie bags are provided.(Fee is for 10 children; $15 per additional child) All Star Inflatable Sports $500 Ages 7 & up Jiggle & Giggle brings a mini hat trick to your party. Your guests enjoy inflatable baseball, skeeball, and basketball while leaving gym space for free play. Basic Party Package $195Creative Crafts & Activities $450 Ages 5-13 Available to all agesThis party is totally customizable! Popular party options are This package allows the parent and child to create their own Hawaiian Hula Luau, American Doll, Cooking, Dinosaurs, themed birthday party. The possibilities are endless! or Tie Dye. Goodie bags are provided.(Fee is for 10 children; Basic Toddler Playtime $225$15 per additional child) Ages 2-3 Enjoy the Tots Gym! This “kid friendly” environment is just the place for party guests to run wild and be safe at the same time. Gym Games Galore $325  Ages 4 & older A Hot Shot Sports instructor leads your party through activities and games centered around your favorite sports!
$25 Off Your Birthday Party Package! Mention this coupon at time of booking and receive$25 off your party! Call (847) 835-7545 to reserve your date. Expires February 1, 2012
Spa Retreat $450  Ages 4 & older This is a spa event that every mom wants to attend too! The most popular format includes making bath salts, then pampering with mud facials and manicures while sipping on smoothies. Goodie bags are provided.(Fee is for 10 children; $15 per additional child)
See More of Our Popular Favorites: Visit glencoeparkdistrict.com for details • Fantas Land $350   PPoatrtteyryy Peasi nPtairntgy c$a4k0e0  cak s $450 • Animal Show $450 • Mad Science $340-$440 • Lego Party $500 • Dance Party $500
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Visit the North Shore’s Premier Outdoor Ice Arena! 305 Randolph • (847) 835-4440 Watts Center 2011-12 Season: November 25, 2011- March 5, 2012 (Facility Closed: Dec. 25; Closing at 5 p.m.: Dec. 24, 31) Join us this season for figure skating and hockey programs, open skating with friends, or a private group event! Amenities ISI Learn-to-Skate Program Hockey Program Open Skate/Skate Rentals Season Skate Passes 6,000 sq. ft. Facility Rentals  (Ice Rental, 3 Rooms plus Observation Area) 1 Large Rink & 1 Studio Rink  Party Rental Rooms Csnssoinoec NEW! Free Wi-Fi  
Season Tokens Season skate tokens may be purchased in person at the Takiff Center, or at Watts Center beginning November 1 (using cash or check). You may also mail your Token Form, located on page 77. See the form for 2011-12 pricing. Included with your purchase of season tokens is 5 FREE GUEST PASSES or 5 FREE SKATE RENTALS!
Daily Fees Children(Ages 4-17): $5Adults(Ages 18 and older): $7 Adult Scrub:$10Skate Rental:$3
Open Skate Hours Mon.-Fri. 1:30-3 p.m. Parent-Child Skate Mon.-Thurs. 3-5:15 p.m. Open Skate Fri. 3-5:15 p.m. Youth Open Shoot  Sat./Sun 1:30-4:30 p.m. Open Skate Holiday Public Skate Dec. 19-23 & 26-30 12:30-3:30 p.m. Family Skate/Curling Nights Dec. 2, 16, Jan. 6, 27, Feb. 17 8-10 p.m.
Please visit www.glencoeparkdistrict.com for any changes to the daily open skating schedule.
Youth Open Hockey Day Time Mon. 6:45-8 p.m. 8-9:15 p.m. 6:45-7:45 p.m. 8-9:15 p.m. 3-4:15 p.m. 7:15-8:30 p.m. 6:15-7:30 p.m. 3-5:15 p.m.
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Age 12 and Under 13 and Older 12 and Under 13 and Older 8 and Under 13 and Older 12 and Under 18 and Under
Rink Studio Studio Studio Studio Studio Studio Studio Main
Adult Open Hockey Monday – Friday 11:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m.Fee:$6 Date Exceptions:Dec. 19-23, 26-30, Jan. 2, 11-12, 16, 18-19, 25-26, Feb. 1-2, 14, 17, 20
Adult Scrub Adult Scrub is designed for players of all skill levels, for practice and pick-up games. F or Adults Ages 18 and older, strictly enforced Sundays, Nov. 27-Mar. 4 from 8:15 to 9:45 a.m. $ 10 walk–in fee; Goalies skate FREE! L ocated at Watts Center Main Rink L imit 24 skaters per session, strictly enforced. F ull gear including a helmet with mask recommended
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Watts Center
Watts Special Events Enjoy expanded events celebrating the Park District’s Centennial Year!
Skate-a-Thon: Join us on opening day for the annual Skate-a-Thon, where your admission fee helps to further the good work of Children’s Memorial Hospital! Friday, November 25 • 7-10 p.m.
Watts Winter Classic: Watch exciting hockey action during the winter break as young teams come head-to-head in the Watts Winter Classic.Glencoe Winter Carnival: Monday-Thursday, December 19-22 &Celebrate everything “winter” with skating races, Monday-Wednesday, December 26-28 • 4-8 p.m.hockey shooting contest, ice sculpting, games, prizes, broomball, and more! Watts Cup Challenge: Saturday, January 14 • 1-4 p.m. At this annual fundraiser, Glencoe’s West School 3rd and 4th graders take on their moms in an2012 Skating Exhibition & Themed Public Skate: exciting hockey game. Proceeds from this event Watch our learn-to-skate students perform beautiful benefit the “I Am Me” Burn Camp. routines! We are proud to welcome all our skating Thursday, December 29 • 5:30-7:30 p.m.students to participate in this performance. Saturday, February 11 • 1:30-4:30 p.m.
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Watts Skating School 2011-2012 Class Schedule
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. 1:30-2:30 p.m. 3:15-4:15 p.m. 4:15-6:15 p.m.
Tuesday: Kinderblades(#2051-3) Adult Skating(#2071-3) Skate/Practice/Play (#2023-3) Open Freestyle Wednesday: Kinderblades(#2052-3) a.m.-12:25 p.m. 11 Tot Practice 3:45-4:45 p.m. Thursday: Kinderblades(#2053-3) 11 a.m.-12:25 p.m. Skate/Practice/Play (#2024-3) p.m. 3:15-4:15 Open Freestyle 4:15-6:15 p.m. Friday: Kinderblades(#2054-3) a.m.-1 p.m. 11:30 Open Freestyle 3:15-5 p.m. Saturday: Toddler(#2011-3) 9-9:30 a.m. Basic(#2012-3) a.m. 9:30-10 Tot Practice 10-10:20 a.m. Pre-Alpha(#2013-3) 10:20-10:50 a.m. Alpha - Delta(#2014-3) a.m. 10:50-11:30 Rock’n Tots(#2031-3) a.m.-12 p.m. 11:30 Learn to Skate Hockey(#2040-3) p.m. 12-12:30 NEW! Open Freestyle Practice for Skating School Students Freestyle is an advanced form of skating which combines intricate footwork, spirals (sustained one-foot glides on a single edge), spins, and jumps. During this time skating instructors are allowed on the ice to teach freestyle skaters. Instructors must fill out mandatory ice agreement paperwork to go onto the ice. Tot Practice for Ages 3-7  Day Time Fee Location  Wednesdays 3:45-4:45 p.m. $6 per person Studio  Saturdays 10-10:20 a.m. $2 per person Studio Open Freestyle Skating  Day Time Fee Location  Tuesdays 4:15-6:15 p.m. $5½ Studiohr/$10 hr  Thursdays 4:15-6:15 p.m. $5½hr/$10 hr Studio  Fridays 3:15-5 p.m. $5½ Studiohr/$10 hr
Beginning Rock’n Tots Tots learn to skate while rocking to fun tunes on the ice! Basic skating skills are incorporated into this class with upbeat music. Students master sitting and standing with skates on, marching in place, marching forward on the ice, glides and dips. Who: 4-5 Ages Where: Center Studio Rink Watts Instructor: Klinko Vicky Minimum: 6 per session No Class: Dec. 24, 31, Feb. 18 Day Dates Time Fee # of Classes Prg. # Sat. Dec. 3- 11:30 a.m.- $160 102031-3  Feb. 25 12 p.m. Kinderbladess3 Kinderblades is a fun learn-to-skate program that your kids will love. In the event of inclement weather, an indoor movement class or indoor art project will be held at Watts in the place of skating. Please bring skates, lunch and a drink. Skaters are walked to and/or from South School. Classes follow the Glencoe kindergarten school calendar. Who: Kindergartners Where: Center Studio Rink Watts Instructor: Vicky Klinko Minimum: 6 per session No Class: 20-23, 27-30 Dec. Day Dates Time Fee # of Classes Prg. # Tues. Nov. 29- 11:30 a.m.- $170 112051-3  Feb. 21 1 p.m. Wed. Nov. 30- 11 a.m.- $170 112052-3  Feb. 22 12:25 p.m. Thurs. Dec. 1- 11 a.m.- $170 112053-3  Feb. 23 12:25 p.m. Fri. Dec. 2- 11:30 a.m.- $170 112054-3  Feb. 24 1 p.m. Private Lessons Private lessons are a great way to jump-start your skating for the season, accelerate your learning, and get specialized attention from our Skating School staff. Stop by the Watts Center office to pick up a request form or call our Skating Director at (847) 835-4440.
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Watts Center
Watts Skating School: Saturday ISI Classes Ice Skating Institute is an international industry trade association encompassing all aspects of the ice skating industry. ISI created America’s original learn-to-skate program, now known as weSKATE, and has introduced more than 5 million individuals to the wonderful world of ice skating. ISI provides ice skating programs for skaters of all ages and abilities.Registrants of the ISI Saturday classes listed below receive a subscription to the skating magazine,ISI EDGE! Where: Watts Center Studio Rink Instructor: Klinko Vicky No Class: 24, 31, Feb. 18 Dec.
Toddler (Ages 3-4) Introduce your child to ice skating in a nurturing, playful Skate/Practice/Play!atmosphere. Our experienced instructors teach basic skating skills including falling properly, getting up alone, Whether you are a hockey player, figure skater, or just a rchi f introduction beginner, this class is great for improving skating skills tmo aforwnargd osrwwizazrlde,s . wCighgillidnrge nb amckuswt abrde  taonilde ta ntrained. through fun exercises and on-ice games. Our instructor meets students at school, supervises a snack, then assists withMin./Max.: 4/8 skating techniques. Participants receive 30 minutes of skills/Day Dates Time Fee # Classes Prg. # games and 30 minutes of individual practice.Sat. Dec. 3-Feb. 25 9-9:30 $165 a.m. 102011-3 Who: Ages 6 and older (Ages 4-6)B ic Where: Watts Center Studio Rinkas Instructor: Vicky Klinko Minimum: per session 6urOieerxp ereinive ositnd pikll.tS meneofcrd nearles tructorsnced inssacis akt aehcb s llthwingtiki semega tncne aruo No Class: Dec. 20, 22, 27, 29 include falling down and getting up, marching while moving, Day Dates Time Fee # of Classes Prg. # 2-foot jumps, standing still, and backward wiggles. Tues. Nov. 29- 3:15-4:15 p.m. $160 112023-3  Feb.28Min./Max.: 4/10 Thurs. Dec. 1- 3:15-4:15 p.m. $160 112024-3 # Prg. Classes # Fee TimeDay Dates   Dec. Sat. 9:30-10 3-Feb. 25 $165 a.m. 10Mar. 12012-3
Adult Skating All levels welcome; you’re never too old to learn to skate! Who: Adults 18 years and older Instructor: Vicky Klinko Minimum: 5 per session No Class: 20, 27 Dec.
Day Tues.  
Dates Nov. 29 -Feb. 28
Times Fee # of Classes Prg. # 1:30-2:30 p.m. $160 102071-3 
Pre-Alpha (Ages 6 and up) Instruction introduces the fundamentals of skating, focusing on basic skating skills while incorporating some elements from higher levels. Min./Max.: 4/20 Day Dates Time Fee # Classes Prg. # Sat. Dec. 3-Feb. 25 10:20-10:50 a.m. $165 102013-3
Alpha through Delta (Ages 6 and up) Instruction for these levels introduces the fundamentals of skating, focusing on basic skating, edges, turns and specific skills required for all Pre-Freestyle levels. Note: must be evaluated by the skating Students director or recommended by class Min./Max.: 4/20 Day Dates Time Fee # Classes Prg. # Sat. Dec. 3-Feb. 25 10:50-11:30 a.m. $170 102014-3
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