WINTER/SPRING 2015 - Village of Hinsdale

Village of Hinsdale PARKS AND RECREATION
RECREATION PROGRAM GUIDE
WINTER/SPRING 2015
Registration begins Dec. 15 for residents and non-residents.
LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR
Dear Hinsdale Residents,
With change of seasons, residents will begin to gear up for the upcoming holidays. For many,
the start of the New Year allows for time to consider making a new year’s resolution; this may
include an opportunity for self-improvement or time to take on a new challenge. As you give
consideration to making a resolution, consider a new program or activity that may spark your
interest. Programs offered by the Village or opportunities at Village Parks may assist in jump
starting your resolution.
Board of
Trustees
Thomas Cauley
- Village President
Trustees
•J. Kimberley Angelo
•Christopher Elder
•William Haarlow
•Gerald Hughes
•Laura LaPlaca
•Robert Saigh
Hinsdale Parks
and Recreation
Commission
Scott Banke
- Chairman
•Darren Baker
•Patrick Conboy
•John George
•Steve Keane
•Kathleen Mulligan
•Susan Owens
The Winter/Spring Recreation Program Guide includes a variety of program offerings for all ages;
those in search of winter activities will be excited with the new program offerings. The cold
weather doesn’t have to limit outdoor activities; platform tennis is a sport that many residents
enjoy in the winter months, lesson information can be found in the brochure. When the snow
falls, KLM Park offers residents an opportunity to enjoy cross country skiing and sledding.
With the help of residents, ice rinks will be installed at Burns Field, Burlington and Melin Park.
Information regarding ice conditions and warming house hours can be found on the Parks &
Recreation webpage at www.villageofhinsdale.org/pr.
This fall, as a part of the capital
improvement plan, a number
of construction projects were
completed. The playground at
Peirce Park was replaced. The
existing playground and shelter
were demolished which allowed
for an open site plan for the new
playground. Additional park
improvements included the
resurfacing of the Brook Park walking
path and parking lots, sidewalk
repairs at Burns Field and KLM Park
and plantings at KLM Park. These
improvements are investments in our community and are resources all residents can enjoy.
Take a moment to review program offerings; signing up for a program is a great way to start the
New Year!
Best wishes to all of you for a happy and healthy holiday season!
Gina Hassett
Director of Parks & Recreation
Registration information is on page 28.
Visit the Village of Hinsdale’s Website at www.villageofhinsdale.org/pr for up-to-date information,
including Parks and Recreation information about Pool and Recreation Programs, Special Events,
seasonal employment opportunities and meetings. You can e-mail the Parks and Recreation
Department at [email protected]/pr.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Page
Page
Adult Programs
Special Events
Youth Programs
Ballroom Dance................................................. 23
Easter Egg Hunt...................................................6
Art Classes - NEW................................................8
CPR Classes......................................................... 22
Fishing Pond Birthday Parties.........................6
Babysitter Clinic...................................................7
Gentle Yoga........................................................ 22
Karate.................................................................... 23
Men’s Softball League..................................... 23
Mindful Meditation ......................................... 22
Oil Painting Class.............................................. 22
Platform Tennis Information...................25-26
Taekwondo ........................................................ 23
Youth Athletic Programs
Basketball Speed/Agility................................ 12
Beginning Golf.................................................. 14
Boys Lacrosse...............................................14-15
Disc Golf Clinic................................................... 13
Fencing................................................................. 12
Flag Football....................................................... 11
Community Information
Floor Hockey...................................................... 11
Community Recreation Organizations..... 30
Hinsdale Soccer Academy............................. 13
Dog Restrictions at KLM Park..........................4
IL Girls Lacrosse................................................. 15
Gateway S.R.A.................................................... 31
Jr. Paddle Lessons............................................. 26
Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge.............4-5
Karate.................................................................... 18
Office Hours...........................................................4
Lil Pint Soccer..................................................... 11
Parks and Recreation Staff................................4
Parks Guide & Bicycle Route Map.........16-17
Picnics at KLM Park.............................................4
Pool Information............................................... 24
Village Officials.....................................................2
Registration Information
Chess Classes........................................................9
Cooking Classes................................................ 21
Dance Classes.................................................... 10
Drawing Classes...................................................8
Kid/Tot Rock....................................................... 10
Lego Engineering Class.....................................7
Magic Class............................................................8
Music Programs - NEW......................................9
Preschool Classes - NEW..........................20-21
Sewing Classes - NEW.......................................7
Strategy for Kids Class........................................8
Lil Sluggers Baseball........................................ 12
Pee Wee Baseball.............................................. 12
Pee Wee Soccer................................................. 11
Pre-K Golf............................................................ 14
Soccer & T/Ball Combo................................... 11
Soccer Made in America................................ 13
Soccer Tots.......................................................... 14
Pool Membership Registration Form........ 27
Taekwondo......................................................... 19
Program Registration Form.......................... 29
T-Ball League...................................................... 12
Registration Policies........................................ 28
Volleyball............................................................. 11
IMPORTANT ADDRESSES
See pages 16 & 17 for district map.
Hinsdale Middle School
100 S Garfield St., Hinsdale
The Lane School
500 N Elm St., Hinsdale
Clarendon Hills Community Center
315 Chicago Ave., Clarendon Hills
Hinsdale Swimming Pool
500 W. Hinsdale Ave., Hinsdale
Madison School
611 S Madison St., Hinsdale
Burr Ridge Community Center
15W400 Harvester Dr., Burr Ridge
KLM Lodge
5901 S. County Line Rd., Hinsdale
Monroe School
210 N. Madison St., Hinsdale
Westmont Park District
75 E. Richmond St., Westmont
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Village of
Hinsdale Parks
and Rec Staff
KATHERINE LEGGE MEMORIAL PARK
Picnics at KLM Park
There are two shelters and one grounds
area at KLM Park available for rentals.
The North Shelter is located north of the
Lodge and Zook property and the South
shelter is located near the Annex which
contains restrooms. Each of the shelters
is equipped with charcoal grills, water
and electric access. The pavilions and
designated grounds may be reserved
by individuals or groups for a fee.
Reservations are required for use of any
picnic area. Alcoholic beverages are not
permitted in the park at any time.
Gina Hassett
-Director of Parks and
Recreation
Reservations are made by calling the Hinsdale Parks and Recreation Department at 630/789-7090.
Picnic fees are shown below.
Picnics for 2015 begin December 1st for residents and January 2nd for non-residents.
Picnic
Fees
Heather Bereckis
-Recreation Supervisor
Jennifer Braun
-KLM Manager
Linda Copp
-Secretary
Address
19 E. Chicago Ave
(Lower Level)
Hinsdale, IL
60521-3431
(630) 789-7090
(630) 789-7016 - fax
Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm
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Hinsdale Resident &
Tax Exempt Group
Non-Resident
KLM North Shelter: Max: 80 people
$50
$110
KLM South Shelter: Max: 150 people
$100
$160
Grounds: 30 people or less
$30
$70
Tent Permit
$50$100
Special Use Permit: Over 150 people
$250
$250
Dog Restrictions at KLM Park
Dogs are permitted at KLM Park ONLY IN THE AREA LOCATED NORTH OF THE CREEK during the
following hours:
March 1 - Oct. 31:
Nov. 1 - Feb. 28:
5:00 am - 9:00 am
5:00 am - 10:00 am
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Dogs may gain access from the parking lot located at the south end of the Park, as long as dogs are leashed
and use only the area located to the west of the paved roadway or the roadway located immediately east of
the adjacent area.
Be aware that this is a public park and there may be other activities happening during dog park hours. Please
be courteous to other park users.
1. All dogs in the area north of the creek must be on a leash or be within physical proximity to and within sight
of its owner at all times and come to its owner and heel immediately upon voice command of its owner.
2. All dogs must wear a collar, be appropriately licensed and wear a tag as proof of licensing or if not required
in the dog’s domicile, wear a tag with the owner’s name, address and phone number. Proof of current rabies
inoculation must be worn.
3. No more than two dogs per owner are permitted in the Park.
4. Dogs are not permitted in KLM Park during Village sponsored or authorized events when a sign is posted.
5. Dog owners are required to clean up after their dogs.
6. A map illustrating the permitted area is posted at KLM Park.
KATHERINE LEGGE MEMORIAL LODGE
The Perfect Setting
for Any Occasion
The Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge is surrounded by 52 acres of beautifully
appointed parkland. The Lodge is a charming example of an era gone by.
Designed by R. Harold Zook in the 1920’s, the Katherine Legge Memorial
Lodge exudes grace and elegance. The first floor of the lodge welcomes its
guests with a spacious living room including a working fireplace, a dining
room adorned with windows overlooking the patio and grounds, along with a
full working kitchen. The second floor boasts a large ballroom enhanced with
a beautiful beamed ceiling and dramatic antique lanterns. Windows line the
walls enabling all to enjoy the Lodge’s breathtaking surroundings.
The Lodge is as versatile as it is charming: welcoming a variety of special
events and occasions from social functions such as weddings, both indoor
and outdoor, rehearsal dinners, showers, and family parties to corporate
gatherings. KLM is the perfect get away for your next corporate retreat!
Showings by Appointment. Contact Jennifer Braun at
[email protected]
www.villageofhinsdale.org/klm and
www.Facebook.com/KatherineLeggeMemorialLodge
Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge
5901 S. County Line Road
Hinsdale, IL 60521
(630) 789-7095
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Easter Egg Hunt
FREE
Coordinated by the
Village of Hinsdale
Parks and Recreation
Department and
Saturday, April 4 • Begins promptly at 10:30 am
Robbins Park
Bring your baskets, hunt for treats and visit with the Bunny. Festive spring crafts and
entertainment will make this event fun for the whole family! This event will be held rain or
shine. Areas will be divided by age group. All ages 11 and under are welcome. Please be
prompt. Pre-registration is not required for the egg hunt.
Fishing
Birthday Parties
The fishing birthday parties provide a unique setting for your
youngster on his/her special day. All the tackle and bait along
with fishing instruction and supervision are provided. A lunch
of hot dogs, chips and juice will be provided. All you do is bring
the cake!
Ages:
Fee:
Date:
Location:
6 – 14 years
$18R/$20NR (per child)
Weekdays/weekends staring June 20th
Willow Pond in Willowbrook
Contact the Village of Willowbrook to arrange a party at
(630) 920-2251.
Park Clean-Up Day –
Earth Day
Saturday, April 18th
In honor of Earth Day and to beautify the Village Parks for the
coming year, join in the fun as a volunteer to beautify Village
parks. This event is a great opportunity for kids, scout groups,
churches, businesses and service organizations to give back
to the community. The first 100 volunteers will receive a free
t-shirt. Volunteers should bring work gloves. To register a group
of 20 or more contact [email protected]
8:30 am........work begins at all area parks
11:00 am.....Refreshments at Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge
Piano Lessons
The Burr Ridge Park District offers one-on-one lessons that are each one-half hour in length. All classes
are taught at the Burr Ridge Community Center. To reserve your time slot or receive registration
information, please call Jamie Janusz at 630-920-1969.
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Baby Sitters Clinic
Our clinic for baby sitters teaches the various aspects of
babysitting and staying home alone. Topics include handling
situations such as storms, prowlers and other emergencies;
disciplining children; creating fun activities; and preparing
easy snacks. Certificates will be awarded to those who attend
both sessions. Each participant will receive our informative
handbook, “The ABC’s of Babysitting”. The handbook includes
dozens of common sense tips, games and other ideas to make
every baby sitter more effective and each job more enjoyable.
CodeDay Time
316012A
W
6:00 – 8:30 pm
6:00 – 7:30 pm
Dates
5/13 &
5/20
Jedi Engineering using LEGO®
The Force is
strong in this
class. Build
complex
machines and
structures
based on the
best designs
from a galaxy
far, far away.
Projects
include LEGO
X-Wings, AT-AT
walkers, Pod
Racers, Star
Destroyers,
Cloud Cities, settlements, and fortresses. Play-Well’s Jedi
instructors reinforce key engineering concepts such as gear
trains, worm drives, pneumatics, eccentric motion and more
as students tap into the powerful forces of imagination and
engineering.
Code DayTime
312108A
SAT
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Sewing Arts
Learn to turn your favorite photos into sewn and
stitched artwork. Students will be introduced to basic
stitches, embroidery, appliqué and sewing techniques.
Embroidery hoops, picture frames and basic sewing
materials are included in the class fee.
CodeDay Time
314020A
SAT
10:00 – 11:30 am
314020B
SAT
10:00 – 11:30 am
Dates
1/10 – 2/14
2/21 – 3/28
Ages:
8 -13 years
Fee: $160R/$180NR
Location: Burr Ridge Park District
Max:
4 {Co-op}
Click it, Stitch It!
Take digital pictures,
make image transfers
on fabric and learn
to sew and embellish
them. Create a unique work
of art that can be framed at
the end of class. Embroidery
hoops and simple fabrics
are included in the materials
fee, though you may wish to
supply your own fabric and
embellishments. If you have
your own digital camera,
please bring it to class.
NEW!
Grades: 5 – 8
Fee:$25R/$30NR
Location: Willowbrook Council Chambers
7760 Quincy St, Willowbrook
Max:7
NEW!
YOUTH PROGRAMS
CodeDay Time
314020C
SAT
10:00 – 11:30 am
314020D
SAT
10:00 – 11:30 am
Dates
1/10 – 2/14
2/21 – 3/28
Ages:
8 -13 years
Fee: $160R/$180NR
Location: Burr Ridge Park District
Max:
4 {Co-op}
Dates
2/21 – 3/28
Grades: 2th – 5th
Fee:$120R/$150NR
Location: Harvester Park, Burr Ridge
Min/Max: 11/16 {Co-op}
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YOUTH PROGRAMS
Drawing from Life
This is a drawing course for younger students who are
interested in learning how to draw what they see. We will be
working in charcoal, pastels, pencil/graphite and ink on large
scale to medium scale paper. There will be live (clothed) figure
models and magical still-life set ups to inspire and guide the
seeking eye. There will be music, color, art and… it might
challenge those who decide to take the first few steps into the
world of an aspiring artist.
CodeDay
314015A
TU
314015B
TU
314015C
TU
Ages:
Fee:
Location:
Max: Time
4:00 – 5:00 pm
4:00 – 5:00 pm
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Dates
1/27 – 2/24
3/03 – 3/31
4/07 – 5/05
7-10 years
$90R/$115NR (includes all supplies)
Harvester Park, Burr Ridge
4 {Co-Op}
Painting: The Inner and Outer World
This is a beginners painting course for students who are
interested in learning basic painting techniques. We will be
working in Acrylic based paints on medium scale canvas and
mainly painting from wildly themed still -life set ups. There will
be group discussions and constructive critiques each member
must learn to take part in. This is an opportunity for junior high
students to become rooted in their own artistic interests and
self-discovery before heading into high school.
CodeDay
314016A
TU
314016B
TU
314016C
TU
Ages:
Fee:
Location:
Max:
Time
5:15 – 6:45 pm
5:15 – 6:45 pm
5:15 – 6:45 pm
11 – 14 years
$100R/$125NR includes all supplies
Harvester Park, Burr Ridge
4 {Co-Op}
Dates
1/27 – 2/24
3/03 – 3/31
4/07 – 5/05
Magic of Gary Kantor
Children are guaranteed to have a great time as they learn a
collection of fascinating and mesmerizing tricks. Amaze family
and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind
reading and more. While the tricks may appear difficult, you’ll
discover that they are quick to learn and easy to perform. All
materials are provided and each child receives a magic kit to take
home. Children are grouped by age and always learn tricks that
are age-appropriate. Additionally, you can sign up for this class
again and again since brand new tricks are always taught at each
session. All supplies are included.
Code
312130A
312130B
Day
F
W
Time
5:00 – 5:55 pm
6:45 – 7:40 pm
Date Location
2/06 Westmont Park District
4/29 Clarendon Hills Park District
Ages:
5 - 12 years
Fee:$20R/$25NR
Min/Max: 5/12 {Co-op}
Strategy for Kids
This chess class is an exciting opportunity for your child to
develop logic, problem solving and planning skills. Every class,
each child will learn two or three new skill-based games (no luck
or chance involved). Both team and individual games will be
played. There will also be a tournament with prizes!
CodeDays Time
312131F
M - F
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Ages:
7 – 11 years
Fee:$105R/$125NR
Location: Burr Ridge Park District
Min/Max: 6/16 {Co-op}
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Dates
3/30 – 4/03
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Learn how to win at chess. No previous knowledge of chess is
necessary. Each class will consist of a fun interactive teaching
period and guided practice time. Due to the small size of the
group, each child will receive plenty of personalized attention.
Both new
and returning
participants
are welcome
and will get
to the next
level under the
guidance of an
experienced
Chess Scholars
coach. There
will also
be a chess
competition
with prizes.
CodeDays Time
312131A
TU
6:30 – 7:30 pm
312131B
TU
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Dates
1/20 – 2/24
4/07 – 5/12
Musical Theater
A new Musical revue will be created each session. This
class will include learning songs, designing the set and
program, and staging and writing dialogue. Performance
will be on the final day of class.
CodeDay Time
314017A
TU
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Ages:
7 - 14 years
Fee:$154R/$174NR
Location: Burr Ridge Park District
Max:
5 {Co-Op}
Dates
1/20 – 4/14
(No class 3/31)
Glee Club
Your very own version of Glee! Participants will learn
songs as well as dance moves. A performance will take
place on the last day of class.
CodeDay Time
314018A
W
5:00 – 6:00 pm
Dates
1/21 – 4/15
Ages:
7 - 14 years
Fee:$130R/$150NR
Location: Burr Ridge Park District
Max:
5 {Co-Op}
Chess Scholars Camp
Ages:
6 – 13 years
Fee:$97R/$121NR
Location: Burr Ridge Park District
Min/Max: 5/10 {Co-op}
Chess Scholars Tournament
If your child knows the rules of chess, he or she is ready to
participate in this tournament! Chess sets will be provided. Every
child will play all 5 games. Top ten scorers in each section will get
trophies or medals. Chess sets and software will be available for
purchase. Lunch is included. For more information, email Chess
Scholars at [email protected] Deadline: Thursday, Feb. 19
@ 2 PM
9:30 - 9:45 am check-in; 10:00 am - 1st round begins; 3 pm
tournament ends
Code DayTime
312131C SAT
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
312131D SAT
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
MUSIC PROGRAMS
NEW!
Develop your child’s intellect through the royal game of chess!
Current research has shown a strong link between chess
and academic performance in a variety of areas, including
mathematics and language arts. Also, chess has been proved to
enhance children’s motivation, concentration, focus, social skills,
and creativity.
NEW!
Checkmate Chess
Date Grades
2/21
K – 3rd
2/21
4-8
This camp is designed for both beginners and experienced
young players. All participants will learn cool new strategies at
the appropriate level from a renowned Chess Scholars coach.
Each class will consist of a fun interactive teaching period and
guided practice time. Children will have an opportunity to
test for a Chess Belt® under a unique Chess Scholars system
patterned after martial arts belts. There will also be a chess
competition with prizes! Each camper will take home a chess set
and an award. Please bring your own snacks.
CodeDays Time
312131E
M - F
9:00 am – Noon
Dates
3/30 - 4/03
Ages:
5 – 12 years
Fee:$160R/$190NR
Location: Burr Ridge Park District
Min/Max: 5/20 {Co-op}
Fee:$41R/$51NR
Location: Burr Ridge Park District
Min/Max: 20/60 {Co-op}
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YOUTH PROGRAMS
Tot Rock
Sing, dance and play! Tot Rock is a unique combination of music
and movement, sensory stimulation and socialization. Tot Rock
provides structured and unstructured time for tots to improve
fine motor skills and coordination, and work on newly-acquired
gross motor skills. Activities involve a variety of manipulatives,
including maracas, tambourines, bean bags, bubbles, parachute
play and much more! New curriculum presented each session.
Wiggle and giggle to the Tot Rock beat.
CodeDay
312075A
TU
312075B
TU
FEE: $83R/$103NR
312075C
TU
312075D
TU
FEE: $62R/$82NR
Time
9:05 – 9:45 am
9:50 – 10:30 am
Dates
1/20 - 3/10
1/20 – 3/10
9:05 – 9:45 am
9:50 – 10:30 am
4/14 – 5/19
4/14 – 5/19
Ages:
12 - 24 months w/parent
Location: Clarendon Hills Park District
Min/Max:4/12{Co-Op}
CREATIVE MOVEMENT
Kid Rock
Kids go crazy for Kid Rock! Kid Rock is a multi-faceted music and
movement program that focuses on song and dance, rhythm
and rhyme, imaginative play, fine and gross motor skills, and
following directions. Instruments and props include hand
bells, maracas, tambourines, scarves, bean bags, parachute
play and much more! New curriculum presented each session.
Parents participate in Kid Rock I; Kid Rock II is without parent
participation. At Kid Rock, it’s always a musical day.
Kid Rock I (ages 20-36 months with parents)
Code
312076A
312076B
DayTime
TU
10:35 – 11:15 am
TU
10:35 – 11:15 am
Dates
1/20 – 3/10
4/14 – 5/19
Fee
$83R/$103NR
$62R/$82NR
Kid Rock II (ages 3 & 4 years without parents)
Code
312077A
312077B
DayTime
Dates
TU
11:20 am – 12:05 pm 1/20 – 3/10
TU
11:20 am – 12:05 pm 4/14 – 5/19
Location: Clarendon Hills Park District
Min/Max:4/12{Co-Op}
DANCE CLASSES
Fee
$83R/$103NR
$62R/$82NR
This class is a specially designed program to encourage your
child in dance, mime, creative movement, music education,
ballet, jazz, tap, gymnastics and performance. This class includes:
warm-ups, stretches, mime, technique, dances, loco motor
and tumbling. Your child will gain confidence, rhythm, better
coordination and balance; all while exercising his or her memory
and having FUN! At the end of the session, there will be a dance
recital.
Code DayTime
312165A
TH
1:30 – 2:15 pm
Dates
1/08 – 5/21
(No classes 3/26 & 4/02)
Ages:
3 - 6 years
Fee:$143R/$179NR
Location: Clarendon Hills Community Center
Min/Max: 6/12 {Co-Op}
PRE-BALLET AND TAP
Join this introductory class on ballet and tap. In tap, your child
will acquire rhythm, coordination and self-esteem. In ballet,
your child will develop poise, grace and self-confidence through
the art of Ballet. In these classes your child will move through
basic technique taught at the barre or in center, basic steps
and traveling combinations. Learn combinations and improve
your memory. Ballet & tap shoes are required. At the end of the
session, there will be a dance recital.
Code DayTime
312166A
TH
2:15 – 3:00 pm
Dates
1/08 – 5/21
(No classes 3/26 & 4/02)
Ages:
3 - 5 years
Fee:$143R/$179NR
Location: Clarendon Hills Community Center
Min/Max: 6/12 {Co-Op}
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YOUTH ATHLETICS
Kids Floor Hockey
Get in on the excitement the Chicago Blackhawks have brought
to our city. This fun instructional program will introduce you
to the basics of stick handling and puck control as well as the
strategy of the game. Each class will consist of warm-up drills
and a pick-up game. Kids will be grouped by age/ability level.
Must wear a mouth piece and bring a water bottle.
CodeDay Time
Dates
312041A
M
6:30 – 7:30 pm
1/12 – 4/20
(No classes 1/19, 2/16, 3/30 & 4/06)
Grades: K – 3rd
Fee:$66R/$77NR
Location: Gower West Elementary School Gym
7650 Clarendon Hills Road, Willowbrook
Max:5
Lil Pint Soccer
This is the perfect class for the first timers! All the basic skills
of dribbling, passing, shooting, and goaltending will be taught
in a non-competitive environment. Teamwork, participation,
and good sportsmanship are stressed. Both boys and girls are
encouraged to join this class if they have an interest in soccer
and plan to play in the future. Be just like big brother or sister! A
‘game’ will be played at the end of each class.
CodeDay Time
312085A
TU
5:30 – 6:20 pm
312085B
TU
5:30 – 6:20 pm
Ages:
5 & 6 years
Fee:$43R/$54NR
Location: Madison School
Min/Max:8/16
Dates
3/24 – 4/28*
5/5 – 6/2
*(No class 3/31)
Bump! Set! Spike! These and other skills are learned in this class
for both boys and girls. We start off with the basic skills and will
advance week-to-week accordingly. Teamwork, participation
and good sportsmanship are our top priorities! A ‘game’ is
played at the end of each class.
Ages:
7 - 10 years
Fee:$43R/$54NR
Location: Madison School
Min/Max:8/16
This class is a perfect for toddlers who are full of energy and
parents who are looking of an introduction to t-ball and soccer.
Socialization, teamwork, following directions, key motor
skills and having fun will be the focus in this non-competitive
environment. For the two weeks of class we will focus on t-ball
and the second two weeks we will work on soccer skills. The last
class will be a fun game of each sport. Games will be played at
the end of each class. Parent participation welcomed.
CodeDay Time
312084A W
4:30 – 5:20 pm
312084B
W
4:30 – 5:20 pm
Ages:
3 - 4 years
Fee:$43R/$54NR
Location: Madison School
Min/Max:8/16
Dates
3/24 – 4/28*
5/5 – 6/2
*(No Class 3/31)
Dates
3/25 – 4/29*
5/6 – 6/3
*(No class 4/01)
Flag Football
Tackle the fun with this instructional, non-contact class. Using
mini-sized footballs along with the introduction of flags, players
will learn the skills to get them started in football. Along with
the core skills of passing and catching, players will learn the
rules, positions on the field, as well strategies for both offense
and defense. Games will be played at the end of each class
CodeDay Time
312093A
W
5:30 – 6:30 pm
312093B
W
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Ages:
5 - 7 years
Fee:$43R/$54NR
Location: Madison School
Min/Max:8/12
Youth Volleyball
CodeDay Time
312040A
TU
5:30 – 6:30 pm
312040B
TU
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Soccer/T-Ball Combo
Dates
3/25 – 4/29*
3/25 – 4/29*
*(No class 4/01)
Pee Wee Soccer
Kick in some excitement with this instructional program perfect
for the first timer. With the use of smaller sized soccer balls,
players will learn the basic skills of dribbling, passing, shooting,
and goaltending. Instructors will work with participants on good
sportsmanship, participation, and teamwork. This is a great class
for both boys and girls! Games will be played at the end of each
class.
CodeDay Time
312081A TH
4:30 – 5:20 pm
312081B
TH
5:30 – 6:20 pm
Ages:
3 - 4 years
Fee:$43R/$54NR
Location: Madison School
Min/Max:8/16
Dates
3/26 – 4/30*
3/26 – 4/30*
*(No class 4/02)
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Basketball /Speed & Agility
This 5-week basketball class will help you to the next level.
We will enhance the basics you may have learned, along with
advancing your skills that will concentrate on more teamwork
and game strategies. Our speed, agility, and jump training
session is built to make our participants faster, stronger, and
more agile athletes. Be the fastest kid on the court! We use
SKLZ equipment for our class which is highly recommended by
multiple coaches and trainers. A scrimmage game will be played
at the end of each class.
CodeDay Time
312097A
TH
6:30 – 7:30 pm
312097B
TH
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Ages:
7 - 9 years
Fee:$43R/$54NR
Location: Madison School
Min/Max:8/16
Dates
3/26 – 4/30*
5/7 – 6/4
*(No class 4/02)
Spring Youth T-Ball League
Everyone’s favorite childhood sport back by popular demand!
This is our second season! Give your child the opportunity to
learn T-Ball in this beginner T-Ball League! The league will consist
of 2 weeks of practice followed by 3 weeks with games. Teams
will consist of approximately 10 players and 2 volunteer coaches.
Teams will attempt to be formed based on the child’s school or
class. Please provide the name of the school your child attends
on the registration form.
All equipment is provided including t-shirts and hats! Players
must have their own glove.
We need volunteer coaches to help this league be successful!
If you are interested in coaching please contact Heather at
[email protected] Thank You!
CodeDay Time
312045A
W
5:00 – 6:00 pm
Lil Sluggers Baseball
Tee up for some baseball fun! Join us for our skill enhancing,
non-competitive class for all skill levels. We will practice
throwing, catching, base running, hitting and fielding strategies.
Equipment will be provided, however, each child will need to
bring a glove. Soft baseballs will be used. The class will be held
outside, but will move into the gym in case of inclement weather.
Please bring a water bottle.
CodeDay Time
312091A
W
5:30 – 6:30 pm
Dates
5/6 – 6/3
Dates
4/08 – 5/06
Ages: 4 - 5 year olds
Fee: $50R/$70NR
Location: Burns Field and Robbins Park
Min/Max: 40/80
Fencing
Want to wield a sword? Fencing class teaches students the basics
of attack and defense of fencing. Students will learn moves and
strategies that create the foundation for their fencing game.
Each class will have instruction and bouting (actual fencing). All
equipment provided. This class is for beginners and advanced
fencers and is family friendly.
Ages:
5 & 6 years
Fee:$43R/$54NR
Location: Madison School
Min/Max:8/16
Fencing is statistically the most safe and least injurious sport as
dictated by the Olympic Committee. So come as a family and
have a surprisingly fun and memorable time!
Pee Wee Baseball
CodeDay
313100A
M
313100B
M
313100C
M
ADVANCED
Step up to the plate! In this non-competitive environment,
children will have a ball learning how to hit off a tee, running
bases, playing catch, as well as having opportunity to learn
various field positions. Participants should bring their own glove
for familiarity. Parent participation welcomed.
CodeDay Time
312082A
TH
4:30 – 5:20 pm
312082B
TH
5:30 – 6:20 pm
Ages:
3 - 4 years
Fee:$43R/$54NR
Location: Madison School
Min/Max:8/16
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winter/spring recreation programs
Dates
5/7 – 6/4
5/7 – 6/4
Dates
1/05 – 2/09
2/16 – 3/23
4/06 – 5/11
Time
5:45 – 6:45 pm
5:45 – 6:45 pm
5:45 – 6:45 pm
Dates
1/05 – 2/09
2/16 – 3/23
4/06 – 5/11
BEGINNERS
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313100D
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313100E
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313100F
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Ages:
Location:
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Time
4:45 – 5:45 pm
4:45 – 5:45 pm
4:45 – 5:45 pm
$50R first person, $25 each additional person
$63NR first person, $31 each additional person
8 years and older
Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge {Co-op}
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Disc Golf Clinic
Have fun learning one of the nation’s fastest growing new sports!
Join us for a one day clinic that will cover rules of the game and
basic skills. This sport is a loose blend of golf and Frisbee, where
the object is to throw a disc into the stationed baskets, traveling
the 18 hole course. Our class will be taught by a veteran disc
golfer. Participants should bring a putter disc to the clinic.
CodeDay Time
313105A
SAT
10:00 – 11:30 am
Date
5/16
Ages:
8 – 13 years
Fee:$15R/$20NR
Location: Katherine Legge Memorial Park, North Shelter
5901 S. County Line Road, Hinsdale
Min/Max:5/20
Soccer Made In America Winter Camp
Soccer Made in America offers a fully integrated program of
soccer techniques and tactics. Camp is designed to teach players
proper technical skills while enjoying playing soccer. Players will
be challenged to improve on a daily basis.
Participants must bring their own soccer ball, shin guards, and a
water bottle to camp. Each participant receives a camp T-shirt,
Certificate of Achievement, participation in contests with awards
given to winners on “Awards Day”.
CodeDays Time
212060A
M & TU
9:00 – 11:00 am
Dates
12/22 – 12/23
Hinsdale Soccer Academy 5-Star Soccer
Clinic
This is a great opportunity to spend time together on the ball
in this seasonal kickoff clinic. Led by Michael Wiggins, the 2012
Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association ‘Soccer Person of
the Year’, parents are invited to join your youth player in a review
of first touch, technique and dribbling moves that can be utilized
and developed throughout the season! This memorable event
not only brings mom/dad out for a fun and supportive afternoon
on the field, but it provides a firsthand look at how the kids are
being taught. A great way to support and encourage your youth
player in moves they can work on throughout the entire season.
Parent participation is optional and not required for the clinic. All
players should be prepared to bring a ball, bring plenty of water
and have a ton of FUN!
CodeDay Time
312145A
SAT
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Date
3/21
Ages:
4 – 15 years
Fee:
$79 (includes t-shirt)
Location: Zion Lutheran Church
Min/Max:4/20
Grades: K – 4th
Fee:
$35
Location: Hinsdale Central High School Field House
Hinsdale 5 Star Winter Camp 2014
Hinsdale 5 Star Winter Academy 2015
This is the ultimate winter mini-camp to participate in for kids
looking to have FUN in the winter season! This mini-camp
presents a 2 day curriculum focused on developing fundamental
technique, while creating an atmosphere that unlocks the game
within each child. FUN is the name of the game as this mini camp
sets the tone for the very reason kids will want to come back
again and again! Open to boys and girls, all participants need to
bring a ball. CodeDays Time
212064C M & TU
1:00 – 4:00 pm Dates
12/29 – 12/30
Ages:
5 – 12 years
Fee:
$80/participant (t-shirt included)
Location: Hinsdale Central High School Fieldhouse
Min/Max:12/100
The Hinsdale Soccer Academy 2015, created by Hinsdale Central
Soccer Head Coach Michael Wiggins and presented by 5 Star
Soccer Camps!, Inc., provides the youth player of any ability a
place to develop individual touch and technique through the
use of futsal balls, for improved control. This weekly training
program offered during the winter months is ideal for the youth
player looking to stay in touch with the ball and continue to
improve skill. This training program is focused on foot skills,
intended to improve each player’s comfort level with the ball.
CodeDay Time
212064D
SUN
12:00 – 1:00 pm 212064E
SUN
1:00 – 2:00 pm Dates
1/04 - 2/22
1/04 - 2/22
Ages:
5 – 12 years
Fee:
$110 (t-shirt included)
Location: Hinsdale Central High School Gym
Min/Max:12/36
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YOUTH ATHLETICS
SKYHAWKS SPORTS CAMPS
Soccer Tots - Teddies
Designed for children 27 to 36 months of age, this parent
participation class uses a variety of props and games to engage
toddlers in activities. Toddlers will explore balance, hand/eye
coordination, and motor skill development.
Code DayTime
312031A
M
4:00 – 4:45 pm
312031B
TU
4:00 – 4:45 pm
Dates
3/16 – 4/20*
4/21 – 5/19
*(No class 3/30 & 5/12)
Fee:$79R/$99NR
Location: The Lane School
Min/Max:8/12
Pre-K GOLF
Parent involvement encouraged. To assist in this training,
Skyhawks has adopted the SNAG (Starting New at Golf )
technology to its curriculum. SNAG utilizes a set of equipment
designed for beginning golfers, including oversized plastic club
heads and “mini-tennis balls” to help build confidence. Holes are
constructed with preset tee boxes or launching pads and are
finished off with Velcro targets for greens. This program is perfect
for developing a love for the game of golf!
CodeDay Time
312118A
TH
5:00 – 5:45 pm
Ages: 3½ – 4 years
Fee:$65R/$79NR
Location: Monroe School
Min/Max:8/12
Dates
3/19 – 4/16
(No class 4/02)
Skyhawks Golf focuses on building the confidence of young
athletes through training in proper technique and foundational
skills. Golf is a challenging and lifelong sport, so young athletes
need proper focus on the essentials of a good swing, putting, and
body positioning. To assist in this training, Skyhawks has adopted
the SNAG (Starting New at Golf) technology to its curriculum.
SNAG utilizes a set of equipment designed for beginning golfers,
including oversized plastic club heads and “mini-tennis balls” to
help build confidence. Holes are constructed with preset tee boxes
or launching pads and are finished off with Velcro targets for
greens. This program is perfect for developing a love for the game
of golf! Emphasis is on fun and participation.
CodeDay Time
312117A
TH
6:00 – 6:45 pm
Ages: 5 – 9 years
Fee:$65R/$79NR
Location: Monroe School
Min/Max:8/12
winter/spring recreation programs
Designed for children ages 3 - 4, this camp introduces the
essentials of soccer. Through games and activities, kids will
explore balance, coordination, and skill development. Parent
Participation encouraged.
Code DayTime
312031C
M
5:00 – 5:45 pm
312031D
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5:00 – 5:45 pm
Fee:$79R/$99NR
Location: The Lane School
Min/Max:8/12
Dates
3/16 – 4/20*
4/21 – 5/19
*(No class 3/30 & 5/12)
Boys Lacrosse Introduction To Lacrosse
This is a great way to learn how to play lacrosse. Coaches will
teach fundamentals of lacrosse with a focus on teamwork,
sportsmanship and learning game play thru scrimmages. This
class is for beginners only. Any registrations after April 3 will
incur a $25 late fee. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Code DayTime
317100A
SUN
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Dates
4/12 – 5/31
(No games 5/24 & 5/25)
Grades: K – 2nd
Fee:$90
Location: Spring Rock Park, Western Springs
Boys House League
Beginning Golf
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Dates
3/19 – 4/16
(No class 4/02)
Beginners and Experienced players welcome. We teach
lacrosse with a focus on teamwork, sportsmanship and skill
development led by positive coaching. The goals of the lacrosse
league are to make a beginner an experienced player and an
experienced player a better player. Our coaches will instruct
boys in stick handling, passing, shooting, defense and offense
and will learn game play. All kids will be placed on a team and
will compete against other teams in our league. Contact www.
westernspringslacrosse.org for information. Coaches are parent
volunteers and high school lacrosse players. Parent volunteer
coaches training provided. Any registrations after April 3 will
incur a $50 late fee. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Code Day GradeDates
Fee
317100B SUN
1st – 2nd 4/12 – 5/31
$130R/$160NR
317100C SUN
3rd – 8th 4/12 – 5/31
$175R/$195NR
(No games 5/24 & 5/25)
Location: Spring Rock Park, Western Springs
Travel Teams January 17 – June 5
One to 2 years experience required for travel team. For more
information, contact Pam Florczak @ [email protected]
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT for BOYS : Lacrosse stick,
mouthpiece, lacrosse helmet with face guard; shoulder
pads, elbow pads, lacrosse gloves, cup, and cleats. Rental
equipment is available.
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PINK LEVELS
Code LevelGrade
317099A
1
3rd & 4th
317099B
2
5th & 6th
317099C
3
7th & 8th
Fee: $175R*/$225NR (includes reversible pinny)
Lacrosse Clinic
Is your daughter interested in learning a new sport? Lacrosse
is the fastest growing sport on two feet! Let the Illinois Girls
Lacrosse Association help your daughter find her new passion
– every girl who plays is HOOKED! Join the IGLA this spring for
a weekly one-hour clinic for girls in Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd
grade who want to learn the FUNdamentals of the game. The
goal of the
program is to
introduce and
develop basic
skills using
fun games
and coaching
techniques.
IGLA uses soft
balls so a stick
is the only
equipment required to play! A parent meeting will be held after
the first clinic to answer all your questions.
CodeTime
317099G
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Fee:$130R/$180NR
Grades: K – 2nd
Location: KLM Park lacrosse field
Dates
4/19 – 5/31
(No class 5/24)
Spring 2015 Lacrosse Leagues April 12 - June 7, 2015
Be part of a community-based lacrosse league just for girls! The
goal of the IGLA is to teach the rules of lacrosse within an active
teamwork setting, encourage sportsmanship, and foster personal
development in a respectful environment. The IGLA follows all
Positive Coaching Alliance guidelines.
Every girl plays! IGLA offers two levels during Spring League:
Pink and Purple. Pink teams master the fundamentals of lacrosse,
and Purple teams compete at a higher skill level. Experienced
players interested in the Purple level must register for and
attend a Skills Assessment in January/February and will receive
notification of their placement before registering with their Park
District. No assessment required for previous Purple players;
Purple players can register now with their park district. All
practices are 1.5 hours, once per week for Pink and twice per
week for Purple. Games are held on Sundays between 12 & 5 pm
within your division. The Purple level may require more travel as
there are fewer teams at this level. Dates and registration for the
Skills Assessment can be found on iglax.org.
PURPLE LEVELS
Code LevelGrade
317099D 4
5th & 6th
317099E
5
7th & 8th
Fee: $280*R/$330NR (includes reversible pinny)
Hinsdale Co-op Practice details: Tuesday, Thursday or Friday
6:00 - 7:30pm
*Resident rate applies only to residents of Hinsdale, Burr Ridge
and Oak Brook
All practice location specifics can be found at iglax.org
under “Community Page Index”
• Sunday, April 12th will be the first practice and games will
begin Sunday, April 19th.
• No games/practices Memorial Day weekend, May 24th –
May 25th
• Details on the Parent meetings can be found iglax.org
under the “Volunteer” tab.
• Preseason Clinic on March 22nd 1:00 - 2:30pm at KLM Park,
Hinsdale. Fee is $10. Register at iglax.org.
• IGLA YOUTH FESTIVAL June 7th at Hassert Park in Crest
Hill, IL. All teams will participate in this super fun end-ofseason tournament
Registration is a two-step process:
1.Register and pay at the Hinsdale Park and Recreation
Department
2.Fill out the Player Information Form on iglax.org (under
the “Registration” tab).
We need parent volunteers (coaches and team support) click
on our volunteer tab at iglax.org. NO LACROSSE EXPERIENCE
NECESSARY! Training classes available.
*Each player must have their own stick, goggles and a mouth guard
for all practices and games. You can find more information on
equipment at iglax.org (found under the “Get Ready to Play” tab)
Visit us at: iglax.org. Contact us at: [email protected]
iglax.org or (773) 909-5940
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YOUTH ATHLETICS
Children and adults universally enjoy learning the art of karate. Classes are taught by Illinois Shotokan Karate Club’s expert
instructors under the direction of John DiPasquale, four-time National Champion, U.S. Karate National Coach and President of the
National Karate Federation of the U.S.
Uniforms and Belt-Testing are options available through the ISKC instructor.
Please note that the Youth, Parent/Child and Adult classes may train together. Uniforms are not required.
Pre-Karate (4 - 7 Years)
Young children will develop agility, strength and coordination skills through fun and creative activities. This
program, specifically designed to work with growing minds and bodies, enhances memory and agility skills,
too. Watch your child blossom while learning karate and having a blast at the same time!
Youth Karate (8 - 14 Years)
Karate skills put children in touch with their bodies and helps to build coordination, agility, strength and poise,
as well as establishes lasting personal safety skills. The mental aspect of karate is equal to if not greater than the
physical. Practicing this art results in increased self-esteem, in addition to enhancing discipline and control.
WINTER SESSIONS {Co-Op}
Code
312010A
312010B
312010C
312010D
312010E
Level
Beginner Continuer (2+ sessions)
Beg/Cont (White belt) Inter (Red-Yellow)
Advanced (Blue & Up)
Age
4 - 7 yrs
4 - 7 yrs
7 - 14 yrs
7 - 14 yrs
7 - 14 yrs
DayTime
TU
4:15 - 5:00 pm
TU
5:00 - 5:45 pm
TU
5:50 - 6:45 pm
TU
6:45 - 7:40 pm
TU
7:45 - 8:45 pm
Dates
1/06 – 3/24
1/06 – 3/24
1/06 – 3/24
1/06 – 3/24
1/06 – 3/24 Fee
$114
$114
$114
$114
$114
Max
12
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12
12
12
Dates
1/09 – 3/27
1/09 – 3/27
1/09 – 3/27
1/09 – 3/27
1/09 – 3/27
$114
$114
$114
$114
$114
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Dates
1/06 – 3/24
1/06 – 3/24
1/06 – 3/24
1/06 – 3/24
1/06 – 3/24 Fee
$95
$95
$95
$95
$95
Max
12
12
12
12
12
$95
$95
$95
$95
$95
5
5
5
5
5
Location: Clarendon Hills Community Center, 315 Chicago Ave, Clarendon Hills
Code
312011A
312011B
312011C
312011D
312011E
Level
Beginner/Continuer
Int/Adv (2+ sessions)
Beg/Cont (White-Orange) Interm (Yellow-Green)
Advanced (Purple-Black)
Age
4 - 7 yrs
4 - 7 yrs
8 - 14 yrs
8 - 14 yrs
8 - 14 yrs
DayTime
F 4:00 - 4:45 pm
F 4:50 - 5:35 pm
F
5:40 - 6:35 pm
F
6:40 - 7:35 pm
F 7:40 - 8:35 pm
Location: Burr Ridge Community Center, 15W400 Harvester Dr, Burr Ridge
SPRING SESSIONS {Co-Op}
Code
312010A
312010B
312010C
312010D
312010E
Level
Beginner Continuer (2+ sessions)
Beg/Cont (White belt) Inter (Red-Yellow)
Advanced (Blue & Up)
Age
4 - 7 yrs
4 - 7 yrs
7 - 14 yrs
7 - 14 yrs
7 - 14 yrs
DayTime
TU
4:15 - 5:00 pm
TU
5:00 - 5:45 pm
TU
5:50 - 6:45 pm
TU
6:45 - 7:40 pm
TU
7:45 - 8:45 pm
Location: Clarendon Hills Community Center, 315 Chicago Ave, Clarendon Hills
Code
312011A
312011B
312011C
312011D
312011E
Level
Beginner/Continuer
Int/Adv (2+ sessions)
Beg/Cont (White-Orange) Interm (Yellow-Green)
Advanced (Purple-Black)
Age
4 - 7 yrs
4 - 7 yrs
8 - 14 yrs
8 - 14 yrs
8 - 14 yrs
DayTime
F 4:00 - 4:45 pm
F 4:50 - 5:35 pm
F
5:40 - 6:35 pm
F
6:40 - 7:35 pm
F 7:40 - 8:35 pm
Dates
1/09 – 3/27
1/09 – 3/27
1/09 – 3/27
1/09 – 3/27
1/09 – 3/27
Location: Burr Ridge Community Center, 15W400 Harvester Dr, Burr Ridge
NOTE: Beginning students will not be permitted to register into the current season after the second class has met. Registration for
continuers through advanced students will be accepted after the start date, but full class fees will be required.
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Classes are taught under the direction of Grand Master Ki Hong Kim* (8th Dan World Taekwondo Federation.)
Taekwondo
Taekwondo, one of the newest Olympic sports, is a 2000-year-old martial art, offering a variety of benefits for
people of all ages and physical abilities. Students have the opportunity to improve concentration and self
esteem, achieve lifelong physical fitness, and learn self-defense skills. Classes are taught under the direction
of G.Master Ki Hong Kim* (9th Dan Kukkiwon World Taekwondo Headquarters.) A $45.00 uniform fee is
required at the first class. Belt testing is offered through KH Kim Taekwondo at an additional fee and is held
twice a year. All colored belt students are required to have complete sparring gears.
Instructor: KH Kim Taekwondo Staff
Little Dragons I (Age: 4-5 • White Belts/Beginners)
This introductory class is designed to captivate the interest of our youngest students. Skills are developed through gentle instruction
and appropriate games for their ability. This class focuses on developing balance, coordination, and respect for the discipline of
martial arts training.
Code DayTime
312020A W
4:00 – 4:40 pm
312020B W
4:00 – 4:40 pm
Dates
1/07 – 3/18
4/01 – 6/03
Fee
$121R/$132NR
$110R/$120NR
Min/Max
3/8
3/8
Little Dragons II (Age: 4-5 • Yellow/White Stripe Belts and Higher)
This intermediate class continues to captivate the interest of our youngest students, but builds upon the skills acquired in the earlier
class. The focus is maintained in developing balance, coordination, and respect for the discipline of martial arts training.
Code DayTime
312020C W
4:45 – 5:25 pm
312020D W
4:45 – 5:25 pm
Dates
1/07 – 3/18
4/01 – 6/03
Fee
$121R/$132NR
$110R/$120NR
Min/Max
3/8
3/8
Early Taekwondo (Age: 6-7 • All Belt Levels)
Designed especially for the younger children of 6-7 years, this program helps kids develop conditioning, coordination, listening skill,
and self-confidence through creative activities.
Code DayTime
312021A W
5:30 - 6:15 pm
312021B W
5:30 - 6:15 pm
Dates
1/07 – 3/18
4/01 – 6/03
Fee
$121R/$132NR
$110R/$120NR
Min/Max
4/15
4/15
Youth Taekwondo (Age: 8-13 • All Belt Levels)
This program includes a balanced cardiovascular workout, including punching, kicking, and blocking skills, using the Taekwondo
tradition, and self-control. Participants will improve coordination, power of concentration, balance, and both physical and mental
discipline.
Code DayTime
312022A W
6:20 - 7:05 pm
312022B W
6:20 - 7:05 pm
Dates
1/07 – 3/18
4/01 – 6/03
Fee
$121R/$132NR
$110R/$120NR
Min/Max
4/15
4/15
Parent/Child Taekwondo (Age: 7 and up with parent • All Belt Levels • Fee is per person.)
This class provides families with a fun opportunity to spend time together while improving physical and mental conditioning through
cardiovascular drills, calisthenics, and traditional the Taekwondo techniques including punching, kicking, and blocking. Fee is per
person.
Code DayTime
312023A W
7:10 - 8:00 pm
312023B W
7:10 - 8:00 pm
Dates
1/07 – 3/18
4/01 – 6/03
Fee
$121R/$132NR
$110R/$120NR
Min/Max
4/15
4/15
Location for all classes: KLM Lodge
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PRESCHOOL
Tiny Toes Music
This internationally acclaimed, research based program utilizes
mixed age classes to foster natural, family-style learning.
Registration includes audio recordings, a new songbook, parent’s
guide, and a musical growth chart. For more information visit
www.TinyToes-Music.com
CodeDay
314010A
M
314010B
TH
314010C
M
314010D
TH
314010E
M
314010F
TH
Time
9:15 – 10:15 am
9:15 – 10:15 am
10:15 – 11:15 am
10:15 – 11:15 am
11:15 am – 12:15 pm
11:15 am – 12:15 pm
Dates
1/12 – 3/09
1/15 – 3/05
1/12 – 3/09
1/15 – 3/05
1/12 – 3/09
1/15 – 3/05
Ages:
Infant to 6 years
(children under 6 mths. free, but must register)
Fee: $185R/$230NR
$139R/$180NR each additional child
Location: Harvester Park, Burr Ridge
Max:
4 {Co-Op}
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Animal Crackers
You will explore a different animal each week with your little one.
We will stretch, move, make crafts and do activities all revolving
around the animal of the day!
CodeDay
314005A
TU
314005B
TU
314005C
TU
314005D
TU
314005E
TU
Time
9:00 – 10:00 am
9:00 – 10:00 am
9:00 – 10:00 am
9:00 – 10:00 am
9:00 – 10:00 am
Ages:
1 - 3 years with parent
Fee: $33R/$38NR
Location: Harvester Park, Burr Ridge
Max:
5 {Co-Op}
Dates
1/06 – 1/20
2/03 – 2/17
3/03 – 3/17
4/07 – 4/21
5/05 – 5/19
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Shake it up Baby!
This class is a perfect way to introduce your child to playing with
friends! There will be circle time with songs and a snack at each
class.
CodeDay
314006A
W
314006B
W
314006C
W
314006D
W
314006E
W
Time
9:15 – 10:00 am
9:15 – 10:00 am
9:15 – 10:00 am
9:15 – 10:00 am
9:15 – 10:00 am
Dates
1/07 – 1/21
2/04 – 2/18
3/04 – 3/18
4/08 – 4/22
5/06 – 5/20
Sticky Fingers
Cooking
Children love to cook
and relish being
involved in the kitchen.
Come enjoy time with
your little one as they
learn new skills that
help make cooking and
eating fun.
Ages: 12 - 30 months with parent
Fee: $28R/$33NR
Location: Harvester Park, Burr Ridge
Max: 5 {Co-Op}
Kitchen Rules: Closed
toe shoes have to be
worn and long hair
MUST be tied back! Please let us know about any food allergies.
Storybook Station
Frozen Fun
We make learning fun! Everything in this fun class will be based
on stories from popular authors. We will have a snack and then
do an activity related to the story.
Code
314007A
314007B
314007C
314007D
314007E
DayTime
TU
9:00 – 10:00 am
TU
9:00 – 10:00 am
TU
9:00 – 10:00 am
TU
9:00 – 10:00 am
TU
9:00 – 10:00 am
Date
1/27 (Snowman All Year)
2/24 (Very Hungry Caterpillar)
3/24 (The Lorax)
4/28 (Peter Rabbit)
5/26 (The Tiny Seed)
Ages:
2 – 3 years without parents
Fee: $13R/$16NR
Location: Harvester Park, Burr Ridge
Max: 5 {Co-Op}
Holiday Pee Wee
Picassos
DayTime
W
9:15 – 10:15 am
W
9:15 – 10:15 am
Ages: 2 – 4 years with parent
Fee: $18R/$21NR
Location: Harvester Park, Burr Ridge
Max:
5 {Co-Op}
CodeDay Time
314009A
F
10:30 – 11:30 am
Date
1/16
Chinese New year
The New Year is so much fun. Bring your little one and have fun
making themed snacks sure to please every little one.
CodeDay Time
314009B
F
10:30 – 11:30 am
Date
2/20
Rainbows
Your child will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in our own special way
by making themed snacks and other holiday goodies.
CodeDay Time
314009C
F
10:30 – 11:30 am
You and your little artist will have a
blast creating wonderful art projects
together to celebrate the holidays.
Code
314008A
314008B
We will be celebrating the winter season by making some very
special snacks that everyone is sure to enjoy.
Date
3/20
Springtime Surprises
Date
1/28 (Valentine Fun)
3/25 (Bunny Fun)
Making and decorating springtime treats is a wonderful tradition
to start with your little one. We’ll decorate and sample delicious
delights with plenty to take home.
CodeDay Time
314009D
F
10:30 – 11:30 am
Date
4/17
Ages:
3 - 4 years with parent
Fee:$24R/$27NR
Location: Burr Ridge Community Center
Max:
3 {Co-Op}
Check out the WEBTRAC ON-LINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM at www.villageofhinsdale.org/pr
for any changes to class dates or times
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ADULT PROGRAMS
Mindful Meditation
Train your mind like you train your body for the perfect antidote
to daily stress. Learn and practice three thousand year old
meditation and mindfulness techniques to decrease stress,
reduce blood pressure, improve immunity, relieve anxiety and
increase your overall sense of well-being.
CodeDay Time
322238A
TH
12:15 – 1:00 pm
322238B
TH
12:15 – 1:00 pm
Fee:$56R/$70NR
Location: KLM Lodge
Min/Max:3/15
Dates
1/13 – 2/10*
4/07 – 4/28
*(No class 1/27)
CPR for Healthcare Providers and
Professional Rescuers
This American Heart Association course covers one and tworescuer adult, child and infant CPR, AED use, choking and bag
mask use. This class is appropriate for professional rescuers,
nurses, EMT’s, dental/doctor’s offices and many other healthcare
professionals. Students will receive an AHA certification card
valid for two years immediately upon completion of the course
(there is both a physical skills test and a written test required.
CodeDay
322245A
TU
322245B
TU
322245C
TU
322245D
TU
322245E
TU
Time
6:00 – 10:00 pm
6:00 – 10:00 pm
6:00 – 10:00 pm
6:00 – 10:00 pm
6:00 – 10:00 pm
Fee:$30R/$40NR
Location: Hinsdale Fire Dept.
Min/Max:4/12
Date
1/13
2/10
3/10
4/14
5/12
Classes may not run the
full 4 hours, dependent on
class size.
Heart Saver CPR
The Heart Saver AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) class is
intended for people who need or desire certification in CPR but
are not healthcare professionals.
CodeDay
322246A
SAT
322246B
SAT
322246C
SAT
322246D
SAT
322246E
SAT
Time
8:00 am – Noon
8:00 am – Noon
8:00 am – Noon
8:00 am – Noon
8:00 am – Noon
Fee:$30R/$40NR
Location: Hinsdale Fire Dept.
Min/Max:4/12
Classes may not run the
full 4 hours, dependent on
class size.
Gentle Yoga
Adult Oil Painting Studio
Save $10 by signing up for two classes at the same time.
CodeDay
322227A
TU
322227B
TU
322227C
TU
A slower paced class for adults using yoga poses to maintain
health and slow down the effects of aging. The gentle yoga
poses and breathing promote wellness, flexibility and strength.
The benefits of yoga include an increase in energy level and
stamina, improved joint health and flexibility. Please bring a mat
and a towel to class.
Code
322212A
322212B
322212C
Day
F
F
F
Time
10:00 – 11:00 am
10:00 – 11:00 am
10:00 – 11:00 am
Fee:$60R/$75NR
Location: KLM Lodge, 2nd floor
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Dates
1/09 – 2/20
2/27 – 4/10
4/17 – 5/29
Date
1/17
2/21
3/21
4/18
5/23
This is a 21 and older Painting studio course. This class
teaches beginning Oil painting technique through perceptual
representation. We will be working from a different still-life each
week. Everything you need to know about the first steps of an
ancient craft like oil painting is taught in this course. No prior
painting experience is necessary to join this class.
Ages:
Fee:
Location:
Max: Time
7:00 – 9:00 pm
7:00 – 9:00 pm
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Dates
1/27 – 2/24
3/03 – 3/31
4/07 – 5/05
21 and up
$115R/$140NR (includes all supplies)
Harvester Park, Burr Ridge
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Ballroom Dance
Men 30 & over 12 inch Softball League
You are invited to come and try a
complimentary ballroom dance class
the first evening of each session, with no
obligation. We think you will enjoy it and
consider joining us for the entire session.
Get your team organized and come out this summer for
softball! We play on Mondays and Wednesdays in June, July
and August. Rosters and payments must be in by May 1st.
Each team will play once per week and there is a double
elimination tournament at the end of the season. Contact
Heather at [email protected] with questions.
Mark Harvey is a third generation dance
teacher and has been teaching Ballroom
at Hinsdale for over 25 years continuing a
tradition of learning and having fun.
The BEGINNER class is an introduction to Ballroom Dance with
an emphasis on proper technique while learning foxtrot, waltz,
swing and a little polka. Our goal is to give you the ability and
confidence to enjoy what you have learned.
CodeDay Time
322190A
M
7:00 – 8:30 pm
322190B
M
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Code:
124000-00
Days:
M&W
Times:
6:30, 7:30 or 8:30 pm
Fee:$675
Location: Veeck Park
Max:
8 Teams
Dates
1/05 – 3/09
3/16 – 5/18
Adult Taekwondo
The INTERMEDIATE class is for those who want to build on their
dance knowledge by learning the Latin dances of Cha Cha,
Tango and Rumba. More advanced steps in the beginner dances,
will also be taught. The pace of this class is a little faster and is an
ongoing study which may be taken many times. Limited singles
sign up.
(Age: 14 years and older • All Belt Levels)
Restricted to high school students and older, this
program concentrates on Taekwondo techniques
through the study of forms, stances, and the
skills of punching, kicking, and blocking. This is a great program
for those looking to maintain and improve their physical fitness.
CodeDay Time
322191A
M
8:30 – 10:00 pm
322191B
M
8:30 – 10:00 pm
Code
312024A
312024B
Dates
1/05 – 3/09
3/16 – 5/18
Day
W
W
Time
7:10 – 8:00 pm
7:10 – 8:00 pm
Dates
1/07 – 3/18
4/01 – 6/03
Fee
$121R/$132NR
$110R/$120NR
Ages:
14 years and older
Location: KLM Lodge
Fee:
$35R/$45NR per person
Location: KLM Lodge Ballroom
Adult Karate (Age: 15 years and older)
Develop coordination and strength through the fundamentals of Karate taught by the instructors of the Illinois
Shotokan Karate Club under the direction of John DiPasquale, a four time National Champion.
Code
322020A
322020B
322020C
322020D
Level
Beg/Cont (White-Yellow)
Inter/Adv (Blue Belt+)
Beg/Cont (White-Yellow)
Inter/Adv (Blue Belt+)
TimeDay
TU
8:35 - 9:30 pm
TU
8:35 - 9:45 pm
TU
8:35 - 9:30 pm
TU
8:35 - 9:45 pm
Dates
1/06 – 3/24
1/06 – 3/24
4/07 – 6/09
4/07 – 6/09
Fee
$114
$132
$95
$110
322020E
322020F
22020G
322020H
Beg/Inter (White-Purple)
Advanced (Brown-Black)
Beg/Inter (White-Purple)
Advanced (Brown-Black)
F
F
F
F
1/09 – 3/27
1/09 – 3/27
4/10 – 6/12
4/10 – 6/12
$114
$132
$95
$110
Location: Park District Community Center (Gym), 7301 Fairview Ave, Darien
8:40 - 9:40 pm
8:40 - 10:00 pm
8:40 - 9:40 pm
8:40 - 10:00 pm
Location: Burr Ridge Community Center, 15W400 Harvester Drive, Burr Ridge
Max:
5 {Co-Op}
NOTE: Beginning students will not
be permitted to register into the
current session after the second class
has met. Registration for continuers
through advanced students will be
accepted after the start date, but full
class fee will be required.
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AQUATICS | ICE RINK
Hinsdale Community Swimming Pool | 500 W. Hinsdale Avenue | (630) 789-7098/99
2015 Pool Membership Fees
Early Bird Pool Memberships end April 30.
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTED FEES
March 2- April 30 @ 4:30 pm
HINSDALE RESIDENT
NON-RESIDENT
Family..........................................$290$515
Individual...................................$165$260
Senior Citizen (62yrs +)............ $ 80 $155
Nanny*........................................ $ 60
REGULAR FEES
Begin May 1
HINSDALE RESIDENT
NON-RESIDENT
Family..........................................$315$540
Individual...................................$185$285
Senior Citizen (62yrs +)............ $ 80 $166
Nanny*........................................ $ 60
Early Bird
registration
begins March 2nd
and ends
April 30th.
Beginning
May 1st regular
rates apply.
DAILY ADMISSION RATES
Residents (Adult or child)........................... $8 each
Non-Residents (Adult or child)................. $12 each
Twilight Rate – 6 PM until close............... $5 each
*Can only be purchased with a family membership.
Call the Parks & Recreation office at (630) 789-7090 for more information!
ICE RINK INFO:
When the temperatures permit, the ice rink at Burns Field will be made. Upon freezing,
barricades will be placed to signal conditions:
GREEN signals “OK TO SKATE”
RED signals “NO SKATING TODAY”
Unsupervised Warming House Hours:
Monday-Friday......................3:30 pm -6:30 pm
Check the Parks & Recreation website for additional warming house hours.
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The Village needs approximately 4-6 consecutive full days of weather at or below 32 degrees
to begin freezing the outdoor ice rink at Burns Field.
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PLATFORM TENNIS
Come join what many players
are already talking about—the
fun of platform tennis. Enjoy
the fastest growing Midwest
sport and year round activity in
your own backyard at beautiful
Katherine Legge Memorial Park.
SEASON PASSES
Platform tennis passes entitles holders to unlimited play on the KLM and Burns courts. Members can reserve courts 14 days in
advance. Memberships are valid September 1, 2014 through August 30, 2015. For more information, call the Parks and Recreation
Department at 630-789-7090. Fee includes renewal of the current key FOB’s.
Platform tennis memberships CAN be renewed on-line beginning September 1st. If your membership is changing in any way or you
are adding members, then you must mail or fax your registration to the Parks and Recreation office to renew. All current members
were assigned a permanent number that will be used for court reservations. If you were assigned a pass number and you are not
changing the type of membership, then you can renew your membership on-line. All memberships, including lifetime memberships
must be renewed for the current season. All members of the family that have a pass number must be included on the registration
form. Passes will only be issued to children ages five and over. Adult children that do not live with you cannot be included on the
membership. You can also renew your membership by fax or mail.
Please indicate on your registration form if you are renewing a current key FOB.
Pass Type
Fee
Resident Individual............................... $120
Resident Family...................................... $175
Non-Resident Individual..................... $289
Non-Resident Family............................ $345
Resident one-time use........................ $10
Non-Resident one-time use.............. $15
Reservations
Season pass holders may reserve a court on-line through the on-line reservation
system once the registration form with signed waiver is received. You must have a
current membership; know your pass number and the name of all four players in order
to make a reservation. Further information regarding the on-line reservation system
will be sent with your membership. Lifetime memberships must also fill out and sign a
registration form in order to make reservations.
A membership with the Parks and Recreation Department is required for any league or travel play. Register with the Hinsdale Parks
and Recreation Dept. by mail, fax or on-line at www.villageofhinsdale.org/pr
Travel Teams
The Hinsdale Platform Tennis Association proudly sponsors 7 women’s teams and 18
men’s travel teams in the Chicago Platform Tennis League for players at all levels. This is
the fastest way to improve your paddle game.
Women’s North Shore
Series 16 level, (Advanced beginner)
Practice on Wednesdays, beginning
September 17: 10:30 - Noon,
Friday morning matches.
Additional fee for league play and team
drill is required.
Men’s North Shore
Series 24 level, (beginner)
Practice on Sundays: 8:30 - 10:00 pm,
League matches during the week.
Women’s Non-Travel League
Compete against other local paddle
programs. All levels are welcome as you
will be matched against similar ability.
Mondays 12:15 – 2:00 pm beginning early
January.
Fee: $75
Signup at www.HPDpaddle.com
Additional fee is required for league play.
Contact: [email protected]
Contact: [email protected]
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PLATFORM TENNIS
Hinsdale Platform Tennis Association (HPTA) Board
The HPTA Board coordinates the Men’s and Women’s leagues and
social events held at Village Courts. All participants in the Leagues
are required to purchase a membership through the Village.
Bill O’Brien, President
Ed Usher, Treasurer
Jay Pollitt, Secretary
Marty Brennan
Mary Doten
Pam Pierce
Margaret Hawn
Christine O’Malley
Charlie Usher
Cathleen Robinson - Women’s League Coordinator • Marty Brennan - Men’s League Coordinator
All class registration is done through Mary Doten.
Questions and all signups: Contact Mary Doten, [email protected] or
708-261-5779 • www.HPDpaddle.com
Tennis Lessons
Come join what many players are already talking about: the fun of platform tennis. Enjoy the fastest growing sport and year round
activity at beautiful Katherine Legge Memorial Park in Hinsdale. Paddles are available to purchase or demo during all drills. Programs
are coordinated by 6 time Women’s National Champion and 2013 Finalist. Membership is not required for beginner drills.
Intermediate Drills
Experienced paddle players and highly skilled tennis players
will drill each week honing their paddle skills. We will focus on
strategy, positioning, shot placement and screen play. Instructor
approval required.
Winter 1: Jan. 5 – Feb.14 (No class 1/19)
Winter 2: Feb. 16 - Mar. 28 (No class 2/16)
Spring: Apr. 6 - May 15
DayTime
Mon
10:30 - 11:45 am
Tue
10:15 - 11:30 am
Wed
10:30 - 11:45 am
Fri
10:30 - 11:45 am
Sat
10:15 - 11:30 am
Beginner/Advanced Beginner Drills
The basic skills of platform tennis will be taught; including grips,
backhand volley, lobs, drives, serve and volley and screens. Point
play will conclude each drill. Courts will be divided by ability
level.
Winter 1: Jan. 4 – Feb. 14 (No class 1/19)
Winter 2: Feb. 15 – Mar. 28 (No class 2/16)
Spring: Apr. 5 - May 16
DayTime
Sun
12:30 -1:45 pm Sun
1:45 - 3:00 pm
Mon
10:30 -11:45am Mon5:30-6:45pm
Tue
9:00 -10:15 am
Tue
10:15 -11:30am Wed
9:15 -10:30 am Wed
10:30 -11:45 am
Fri
9:15 -10:30am
Sat
9:00 - 10:15am
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Fee
$159
$159
$132
$132
$159
$159
$159
$159
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Fee
$132
$159
$159
$159
$159
Junior Paddle and Pizza
Come join other future paddle
players for a fun afternoon of
instruction, games and pizza.
Ages 7+ welcome and will be
divided by age and ability.
Winter:
Spring: Jan. 5 – Mar. 23
(No class 1/19)
Fee: $184
Apr. 13 - May 18
Fee: $109
Ages
7 – 9 yrs
10+
DayTime
M
4:00 - 5:15 pm
M
4:00 - 5:15 pm
POOL PASS MEMBERSHIP FORM - Village of Hinsdale Parks and Recreation
FAMILY LAST NAME_______________________________________________________________________________ DATE__________________________
ADDRESS_______________________________________________________ CITY_____________________________________ ZIP_____________________
HOME PHONE___________________________________________________ WORK PHONE_______________________________________________
CELL PHONE_____________________________________________________ EMERGENCY PHONE_________________________________________
EMAIL ADDRESS___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
DID YOU HAVE A POOL MEMBERSHIP IN PREVIOUS YEARS? Yes __ No __
You must initial this box to
show that you have read and
understand the pool hours.
DO YOU NEED ANY ACCOMMODATION WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT? Yes __ No __
VERIFICATION OF RESIDENCE
Completion of this form confirms that the above information is true and the persons reside
at the address listed. A copy of a utility bill or tax form is required as proof of residence.
First/Last Name
Date Of Birth
Fee
Super Pass
(Additional Fee)
TOTAL FEES $
PAYMENT INFORMATION - check one: oCash oCheck oVisa oMasterCard oAmerican Express oDiscover
Card No. _______________________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date _________________________
Cardholder’s Signature ____________________________________________________________________ Security Code ____________________
I give permission to charge the listed total to my credit card.
WAIVER AND RELEASE
I have read this form carefully, and am aware that by agreeing to this form and registering and participating in, or registering my minor child/ward for and allowing his or her participation
in the Program: (hereinafter referred to as the “Program”). I am WAIVING and RELEASING all claims for myself and my minor child/ward arising out of such registration and participation. In
consideration of the Village of Hinsdale (the “Village”) accepting me and/or my minor child/ward as a participant in the Program, I hereby agree as follows: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND
ASSUMPTION OF RISK OF INJURY AND LOSS: I have fully informed myself of all of the details of the Program and have received satisfactory answers to all questions I have concerning the
Program and the risks inherent in the Program and believe and represent that I and/or my minor child/ward have the necessary abilities, skills, and knowledge to participate in the Program.
I recognize and acknowledge that the Program involves risks of bodily injury, death and property loss. I hereby agree to, and do, assume the full risk of any injuries, including death, and of
any property loss, and of all expenses, costs, damages and losses that I, or my minor child/ward on whose behalf I am signing may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities
connected with or associated with the Program. WAIVER OF AND RELEASE OF CLAIMS: I hereby agree to, and do, waive release and relinquish all claims, demands, rights of action,
damages, liabilities and controversies of every kind, known and unknown, present and future, that I, or my minor child/ward on whose behalf I am signing may have against the Village and
its officers, agents, servants, employees, insurers, related or affiliated individuals or entities, successors and assign arising out of, connected with, or in any way related to the Program or
my minor child/ward’s participation therein. INDEMNITY AND DEFENSE: I hereby further agree to indemnity and hold harmless and defend the Village and its officers, agents, servants,
employees, insurers, related of affiliated individuals or entities, successors and assigns from any and all claims, lawsuits, demands, damages, liabilities, losses and expenses, including
attorney’s fees and administrative expenses, of every kind, known and unknown, present and future, arising out of, connected with, or in any way related to my or my minor child/ward’s
participation in the Program. EMERGENCY CARE: In the event of an emergency, I authorize the Village to secure, from any licensed hospital, physician and/or other medical personnel,
any treatment deemed reasonable and necessary for myself and/or my minor child/ward’s immediate care and agree that I will be responsible for payment for any and all such treatment
rendered.
I have read and fully understand the above WAIVER & RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS and execute it of my own free will and without any reservation whatsoever.
Signature of Participant or Guardian ____________________________________________________________________________________________
DateSigned_________________________________
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REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Registration Options
Registration Policies
Mail-In Registrations
Complete your program registration form, including signing the
waiver and mail with payment in the form of check or credit card.
Hinsdale Park and Recreation Department
PROGRAM REGISTRATION
19 E. Chicago Avenue
Hinsdale, IL 60521-3489
Drop Off Registrations
Come to the Recreation Department located in the Memorial
Building during normal business hours to complete your
program registration form or drop your completed registration in
the overnight box located in the front of the Memorial Building.
Fax Registrations
Complete your program registration form, include your credit
card information, sign the waiver and fax the registration form to
(630) 789-7016.
On-Line Registrations
Log on to the Village of Hinsdale’s website at www.
villageofhinsdale.org/pr and register for any recreation program
on-line. You can register for classes and check availability online. On-line registrations close at noon one business day prior
to the start of the class. On-line registration is not available once
the class starts. The credit card information is secure. See page 37
for details.
1. Individuals may only register members of their immediate
family.
2. Proof of residency is required at the time of registration.
Residency is defined as those persons living within the
corporate limits of the Village of Hinsdale.
3. The Park and Recreation Department reserves the right to
cancel, postpone or combine classes as needed.
4. A program may be cancelled due to insufficient registration.
A household credit will be issued.
5. Refunds/credits will not be made unless the Parks and
Recreation Department cancels the program or a physician’s
excuse is presented. There will be a $5.00 service charge on
all cancellations. Refunds issued after a class starts will be
prorated in addition to the service charge.
6. All times, dates and locations of programs are subject to
change.
7. All registrations must be paid in full with cash, check, Visa,
MasterCard, American Express or Discover and the Waiver
signed.
8. If the {Co-Op} symbol appears, please be aware that this
program enables us to provide high quality and convenient
programs by joining forces with other towns or organizations.
The maximums shown are available openings for Hinsdale
Parks & Recreation only. Actual class sizes could be larger.
NO TELEPHONE REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED
Individuals with disabilities who have questions regarding or who intend to participate in any of the activities or programs
offered by the Village of Hinsdale, and who require accommodations to allow them to participate, should contact Gina
Hassett, Director of Parks and Recreation at (630) 789-7097 or TDD (630) 789-7022.
Refund Policy
• Full refunds/credits will not be made unless the Parks and Recreation Department cancels the program or a physician’s excuse is
presented.
• There will be a $5.00 service charge on all other refund/credits for all cancelled programs unless the program is cancelled by the
Parks and Recreation office.
• Refunds/credits issued after the start date of a class will be prorated in addition to the service charge.
• Programs cancelled by either the Parks or Recreation Dept. or by the client will automatically go on your household account unless
otherwise specified.
• Refunds or credits will not be given after the second class for any program.
• Refund checks will not be issued under $25.00.
• Pool memberships, visit passes and private swim lessons are NOT refundable.
On occasion, Village staff may photograph or videotape participants in programs/classes, or at park events/
facilities. These photos are for Village of Hinsdale use only, and may be used in publications, brochures,
pamphlets, flyers, on-line, Facebook or videos.
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REGISTRATION FORM - Village of Hinsdale Parks and Recreation
Mail-in or Drop–off:
Village of Hinsdale - lower level
19 E Chicago Ave, Hinsdale
Fax:
630/789-7016
Online:
www.villageofhinsdale.org/pr
Questions
630-789-7090
No phone registration
LAST NAME_____________________________________________________________________________________ DATE_____________________________
ADDRESS__________________________________________________________ CITY__________________________________ ZIP_____________________
HOME PHONE___________________________________________________ WORK PHONE_______________________________________________
CELL PHONE_____________________________________________________ EMERGENCY PHONE_________________________________________
EMAIL ADDRESS___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
VERIFICATION OF RESIDENCE
Completion of this form & payment confirms that the above information is true and the persons reside at the address listed.
Code
Program Name
Time
Participant’s Name
D/O/B
Fee
TOTAL FEES $
PAYMENT INFORMATION – check one: oCash oCheck oVisa oMasterCard oAmerican Express oDiscover
Card No. _________________________________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date ________________
Cardholder’s Signature ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
I give permission to charge the listed total to my credit card.
Do you need any special accommodations to participate in a program?_________________________________________________________________
If yes, please attach an explanation of the needed accommodation. Two week notice is required to ensure accommodations.
Do individuals registering for programs have any allergies or dietary restrictions? Describe _________________________________________________
WAIVER AND RELEASE
I have read this form carefully, and am aware that by signing this form and registering and participating in, or registering my minor child/ward for and allowing his or her participation in the Programs listed above on this form: (hereinafter referred as the “program”).
I am WAIVING and RELEASING all claims for myself and my minor child/ward arising out of such registration and participation. In consideration of the Village of Hinsdale (the “Village”) accepting me
and/or my minor child/ward as a participant in the Program, I hereby agree as follows:
ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK OF INJURY AND LOSS: I have fully informed myself of all of the details of the Program and have received satisfactory answers to all questions
I have concerning the Program and the risks inherent in the Program and believe and represent that I and/or my minor child/ward have the necessary abilities, skills and knowledge to participate
in the Program. I recognize and acknowledge that the Program involves risks of bodily injury, death and property loss. I hereby agree to, and do, assume the full risk of any injuries, including death,
and of any property loss and of all expenses, costs, damages and losses that I, or my minor child/ward on whose behalf I am signing, may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities
connected with or associated with the Program.
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF CLAIMS: I hereby agree to, and do, waive release and relinquish all claims, demands, rights of action, damages, liabilities and controversies of every kind, known and
unknown, present and future, that I, or my minor child/ward on whose behalf I am signing, may have against the Village and its officers, agents, servants, employees, insurers, related or affiliated
individuals or entities, successors and assign arising out of, connected with, or in any way related to the Program or my minor child/ward’s participation therein.
INDEMNITY AND DEFENSE: I hereby further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the Village and its officers, agents, servants, employees, insurers, related or affiliated individuals or
entities, successors and assigns from any and all claims, lawsuits, demands, damages, liabilities, losses and expenses, including attorney’s fees and administrative expenses, of every kind, known and
unknown present and future, arising out of, connected with, or in any way related to my or my minor child/ward’s participation in the Program.
EMERGENCY CARE: In the event of an emergency, I authorize the Village to secure, from any licensed hospital, physician and or other medical personnel, any treatment deemed reasonable and
necessary for myself and/or my minor child/ward’s immediate care and agree that I will be responsible for payment for any and all such treatment rendered.
I have read and fully understand the above WAIVER & RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS and execute it of my own free will and without any reservation whatsoever.
Sign Here: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Date_________________________
Signature of parent, guardian, or an adult participant 18 years or older
Participation will be denied if the signature of adult participating/parent/guardian and date are not on this waiver.
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COMMUNITY RECREATION ORGANIZATIONS
On-Line Registration Information
Register on line at www.villageofhinsdale.org/pr Click the blue register on-line button.
If you have registered for any programs or pool memberships in the past, your household
will be in the database.
• Do not set up another household.
• The default user name is your home phone number (all 10 digits with no spaces or
dashes). If you don’t have a home phone number, that number will be the cell number
used on the registration form.
• The default password is your last name.
• You may change these once you log in.
• You must have a birth date for each household member in order to register.
If you are a new client, you can set up your household by using the ‘new user’ link.
• Set up your household with just a primary adult household member.
• The rest of the family members can be added once the household is created.
• You can view information as a guest without having to set up a household.
Hinsdale Little League
Sport:
Youth Baseball
Age:
6-12 years old
Dates:
Last Sat., April/Mid July
Reg:
Month of February
Contact:[email protected]
American Youth Soccer
Organization
Sport:
Youth Soccer
Age:
K-15 years old
Dates:
Spring: April-June
Fall: Sept-Oct
Reg:
April 30, May 5 & 9
Contact:www.aysohinsdale.org
Falcon Football
Sport:
Youth Tackle Football
Age:
4th-8th Grade Boys
Dates:
Aug 1-Oct 30
Reg:
Month of February
Contact: [email protected]
hinsdalefalcons.com
Hinsdale/Clarendon Hills Flag
Football
Sport:
Youth Flag Football
Age:
10-11 years old
Dates:
1st week, Sept
1st week, Nov
Reg:
Last week, July
1st week of Sept
Contact: (630) 323-7500
Hinsdale Tennis Association
Sport:Tennis
Age:Children-Adults
Dates:May-August
Reg:Anytime
Contact: Tom Lockhart
(630) 404-1256
Hinsdale Platform Tennis
Association
Sport:
Platform Tennis
Contact: Bill O’Brien
(630) 325-6827
Hinsdale Swim Club
Sport:
Competitive Swimming
Age:
6-18 years
Dates:
Late Sept-Early April
Contact: Matt Rowe
www.hinsdaleswimming.org
Once you have logged in, you can search
activities, renew memberships and check
availability of KLM Lodge and picnic
pavilions.
When you use the ‘my account’ tab,
you have the capability of viewing
registration history, changing family data
and printing rosters or calendars for your
family. This is a valuable tool if you lose
your registration information.
The Parks and Recreation department
website and Facebook will have the most
up-to-date information regarding class
changes or cancellations.
The Community House
The Community House is a private
not-for-profit organization which
enriches the quality of life for
people of all ages, providing
exciting new learning experiences,
recreation, counseling support
and hundreds of volunteer
opportunities throughout the
area. The Senior Center at the
Community House provides
activities such as Bridge, book
discussions, exercise classes, retired
men’s roundtable and group trips.
The Community House is located
at 8th and Madison Streets in
Hinsdale.
415 W. Eighth Street
Hinsdale, IL 60521
Phone: (630) 323-7500
Hinsdale Chamber of Commerce
22 East First Street
Hinsdale, IL 60521
Phone: (630) 323-3952
Hinsdale Historical Society
The Hinsdale Historical Society
was formed to preserve and
promote the history of Hinsdale. Its
restored 1870 museum houses. The
Society headquarters offers tours,
programs for adults and children
as well as house research and
extensive archives.
The Hinsdale Historical Society
is located at 15 S. Clay Street,
Hinsdale.
Phone: (630) 789-2600
Youth Center of Hinsdale
The Youth Center of Hinsdale offers
activities and drop in services to
High School and Middle School
students.
The facility is operated by the
Community House.
The Youth Center of Hinsdale is
located at 229 Symonds Drive,
Hinsdale
Phone: (630) 789-2429
Brochure layout & design by SCOTT STOMPOR
Follow the Parks & Recreation Department on line with Facebook. Updates on special events, new programs,
field status and other exciting news can be found there. Check out photos of past special events. http://www.
facebook.com/HinsdaleParksAndRecreation
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COMMUNITIES
SERVED:
Burr Ridge Park
District
Gateway Special Recreation Association promotes the
full participation of people with disabilities in
meaningful activities that maximize their health,
well-being and quality of life. Recreation is a central
component of a healthy lifestyle. This philosophy is
carried out through all our recreation opportunities for
people with disabilities.
Elmhurst Park District
Village of Hinsdale
Oak Brook Park
District
Pleasant Dale Park
District
GATEWAY SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES
INCLUDE:
Westchester Park
District

Special Olympic Sports

Summer Camps

Bowling

Afterschool Programming

Swim Lessons


Fitness Programs
Northern & Southern Area Social
Clubs
Gateway Drama

Autism Specific Programming


Horsemanship

Dances, Special Events &
Outings
Village of Willowbrook
York Center Park
District
G A T E WA Y S PE C IA L
R E C R EA T IO N
A S S OC IA T I ON

Tuesday Travelers
15W431 59th Street
Burr Ridge, IL 60527

Teen Social Clubs
Phone: 630.325.3857
Fax: 630.325.3891
TDD: 630.628.2352
Www.ray-graham.org
AND MANY OTHER EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES!!!
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Outstanding care
that’s close to home
The area’s leading physicians, here in Hinsdale.
If you’re looking for outstanding care that’s close to
home, look no further than DuPage Medical Group.
At DMG, you’ll find care that’s highly convenient,
exceptional, and a part of the area’s leading medical
group. So whether you need a physician for yourself,
a pediatrician for your children or a specialist to address
a particular issue, the outstanding medical care you
need is right here.
To schedule an appointment, call 888-MY-DMG-DR
or visit DuPageMedicalGroup.com
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RESERVE THE DATE! See page 6 for additional information.
Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 4 • Begins at 10:30 am • FREE
Robbins Park
Bring your baskets, hunt for treats
and visit with the Bunny. Festive
spring crafts and entertainment
will make this event fun for the
whole family! Pre-registration is
not required.
Fishing Birthday
Parties
The fishing birthday parties provide a
unique setting for your youngster on
his/her special day. All the tackle and
bait along with fishing instruction and
supervision are provided.
Park Clean-Up
Day – Earth Day
Saturday, April 18th
Coordinated by the
Village of Hinsdale
Parks and Recreation
Department and
In honor of Earth Day and to beautify
the Village Parks, join in the fun as a
volunteer to beautify Village parks.
Piano Lessons
The Burr Ridge Park District offers one-on-one lessons that are each one-half hour in length. To reserve
your time slot or receive registration information, please call Jamie Janusz at 630-920-1969.