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1 R ECREATION & LEISURE r 4 e 1 0 s m e i 2 t i m v i t u c A S & s m a rogr P SUMMER CAMP PROGRAMS Looking for something FUN for your kids to do this Summer? Are you worried about keeping your kids active? Do you need daytime supervision for your kids? Bethel Park Recreation has a number of Summer Programs to suit the needs of your busy family. Whether it s a single weeklong Camp or one that lasts all summer, we ve got quite an assortment of options for you! Day Camp Weekly Sessions Jun Aug Ages: 6yrs to 10yrs The Recreation Summer Day Camp Program for children ages 6-10 will provide many interesting experiences to keep your child actively engaged this summer! Day Camp is divided into 8 weeklong sessions, with activities developed around a different central theme each week. We have a variety of options depending on the needs of your family. The Morning only program is from 9:00 AM to Noon, with an optional early drop-off of 7:30 AM. The Afternoon only program runs from 12:30 to 3:30 PM, with an optional late pick-up time of no later than 5:00 PM. You have the choice of attending morning only, afternoon only, or all day from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM. There will be many activities in the areas of arts & crafts, sports, swimming, cooking, group projects, and weekly field trips. BPHS Cafeteria 09:00am-03:30pm M Tu W Th F Summer Fun Weekly Sessions Jun Aug Ages: 11yrs to 14yrs Don't be bored this summer! Have some Summer Fun at the Bethel Park! Activities include sports, arts & crafts, swimming, cooking, and field trips. Themes and activities will vary weekly. There are two program options for the older kids. The all-day program is from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM. The afternoon program is from 12:30 to 3:30 PM. There is an optional early drop-off of 7:30 AM for the all-day program and an optional late pick-up time of no later than 5:00 PM. 09:00am-03:30pm M Tu W Th F Continued on pg. 37 Bethel Park Recreation and Leisure Services Bethel Park Municipal Building 5100 West Library Avenue, Bethel Park, PA Phone: Fax: Register online at: Contact us at: Office hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM WHAT YOU WILL FIND INSIDE: Page REGISTRATION INFORMATION...20 Mail Registration Deadline, Special Notice, When Programs Begin When Fees are Due, Insurance Information, Returned Checks Residency Information, Refunds, Cancellation of Class Use of Photos, Class Attendance, Conduct RECREATION BOARD...20 AQUATIC PROGRAMS YOUTH PROGRAMS CLASSES & WORKSHOPS, ARTS & CRAFTS, THEATER, FITNESS & EXERCISE, SPORTS, SUMMER CAMPS ADULT PROGRAMS CLASSES & WORKSHOPS, DANCE, FITNESS & EXERCISE, SPORTS GOLD CARD CLUB...35 SPECIAL INTEREST...36 COMMUNITY CENTER RECREATION REGISTRATION FORMS...40 PLEASE SAVE THIS INFORMATION. PROGRAMS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH AUGUST 2014.

2 Page 20 SUMMER 2014 REGISTRATION INFORMATION How To Register Register at least one week prior to the start of the activity, unless otherwise stated. It is important to pre-register for any activity found in this leaflet because sometimes an activity may be cancelled when there is not sufficient registration. Never plan to attend the first class without pre-registering. You may register online for many activities! Check our website at for details! When you get to the main page, please click on Recreation under Departments. There is a link to register online. A nominal fee will be added for each online registration. You may register by mail for most of the activities in this leaflet. A mail registration form is provided. The participant's name, address (including zip code) and the telephone numbers (home and work/cell with area codes), should be listed. When there is choice of session, day or time, make sure to list your class preference and put the appropriate activity code number on the registration form. Most youth swim lessons DO NOT list activity numbers. Please include the name of the person who is paying the fee for the activity, "Payment From:", and make check payable to: "Bethel Park Recreation", unless otherwise indicated. SIGNATURE of the participant or parent/guardian is REQUIRED. Some activities will have a sign-up day, such as youth swimming lessons, Junior Football and track. For your convenience, registrations may also be dropped off at the Bethel Park front desk or at the Recreation Office in the Municipal Building. (You may use the mail slot in the Recreation Office door after hours.) Individual telephone calls will not be made confirming registration. The only time you will be notified is if there is a change or cancellation of the class or activity. Special Notice The Department of Recreation and Leisure Services reserves the right to cancel, combine or divide classes, or to make other changes that become necessary and to do so without incurring obligations. Adjustments of fees will be made when classes are cancelled by the Department. When Programs Begin In almost all instances, each activity will have a schedule with a beginning date. In those cases where time or day is not available, interested individuals should call the Recreation Office. When Fees Are Due All fees must be paid at the time of registration unless special arrangements have been made at the Recreation Office. If registration is made by mail, be sure to include the activity fee and all information as required. Insurance Information The Recreation Board does not carry health insurance to cover injuries incurred while participating in any activity. In most cases, hospitalization carried through your employer will cover these types of injuries. Participants are also responsible for their personal property. Valuables should never be left unattended. Returned Checks Any check that is returned to the Recreation Office as "NSF" will be subject to a $30.00 replacement fee. All "NSF" checks MUST be replaced within ten (10) working days or the person will be withdrawn from the roster. Residency Information All Bethel Park residents are given preference in registering for programs offered in this leaflet. Classes that have a limited enrollment will be open to nonresidents only if space permits. The Recreation Board reserves the right to refuse admission to any person who misrepresents residency, and will not give refunds to those individuals. Non-resident fees are set for each activity and should be paid accordingly upon registration. Refunds: Please read... Refunds will only be given upon written request, received in the Recreation Office, prior to the beginning of the second class or practice session. Phone requests will not be accepted, nor does failure to attend a class constitute notification of intent to withdraw from a class. Send your request and a SELF-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE to: Bethel Park Recreation 5100 West Library Avenue Bethel Park, PA All refunds are subject to a service fee of $5.00. The Department will issue a credit letter to be applied to any non-contractual Recreation program for a sixmonth period in place of the refund, if the individual so desires. Exceptions for use of credit letters include contracted activities such as dog obedience, golf, ski trips or special ticket sales. Cancellation of Class Participants should check with the Recreation Office for updated program information. Individual phone calls will not be made to verify mail registrations. Calls will be made ONLY for classes that have been cancelled due to lack of registrations. Use of Photos Bethel Park Recreation provides opportunities for positive publicity by photographing / videotaping patrons at programs for use in local publications, newspapers or television. If you prefer that you and / or your child not be photographed for publicity purposes, please notify Bethel Park Recreation in writing upon registration. Class Attendance Attendance at class offerings is not mandatory. The Recreation Department recommends that an attempt be made to attend as many classes as possible. Generally, the only skill testing takes place in swimming and basketball programs. All advanced classes in any area are based upon successful completion of primary or beginning level instruction. Entrance at an advanced level is up to the discretion of the instructor. Placement is always made with the best interests of the participant in mind. Conduct Participants are reminded that undesirable behavior or destruction of any property are reasons to expel the offender from a class or program. Parents are asked to remind children that they should not be in other areas of any building and to respect School District and Municipal property. No News Is Good News When you register for any of our terrific classes, don't wait by your phone or camp out by your mailbox. The only time you will hear from us is: * If there is a change in the time or day for your class * If the class is moved, full or cancelled So, if it is almost time for your class and you haven't heard from our friendly staff, that's GOOD NEWS. It means YOU ARE IN! You may call us at if you wish to confirm that we received your registration. Board of Parks, Recreation and Leisure Services James Gastgeb - Chairman Debi Taylor, Vice Chairperson Bill Bonaccorsi - Mary Ann McArdle Joshua I. Armstrong - Barbara Valalik Leonard Spagnolo - Brian Wood Monthly Meetings The Board meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the unless otherwise advertised. Please contact the Recreation Office for specific meeting dates. Department Administration Charles H. Stover, Director Cathy Muscato, Assistant Director Mary Anne Kelton, Administrative Secretary & Program Brochure Editor Heather Ellwanger, Office Assistant William J. Spagnol, Municipal Manager Nancy Aloi Rose, School Superintendent Paul Dixon, Municipal Council Liaison Lorrie Gibbons, Municipal Council Liaison Russ Spicuzza, School District Liaison

3 Page 21 AQUATIC PROGRAMS SATURDAY CLASSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED AQUATIC REGISTRATION AND SKILL TESTING Saturday, May 31, 10:30-11:15 AM Bethel Park High School Pool During the summer months, youth swim lessons are offered in 2- week sessions. The three (3) sessions of weekday swimming lessons begin on Monday, June 16 and will conclude on Thursday, July 31. CHILDREN ages 5 to 7 who have never had formal lessons need to be skill tested and must register at SKILL TESTING at the pool. They will be entered in a class at their ability level after they are skill tested. CHILDREN ages 5 to 7 who have had lessons with this department before must register at SKILL TESTING, but THEY DO NOT NEED TO BE SKILL TESTED. CHILDREN ages 8 and older, first time swimmers, will be in STEP 1, and must register at SKILL TESTING at the pool. There is no need for the child to be skill tested. HOW TO REGISTER FOR SWIM LESSONS ON SATURDAY, MAY 31: BEGINNERS and STEP 1: Registration and SKILL TESTING is on a first-come basis. You may also register at Recreation Office beginning June 2. STEPS 2, 3, 4, and 5: You may mail-in or drop-off registrations at the Recreation Office in the Municipal Building OR register online at. PREREQUISITE: Swimmer MUST be able to submerge head completely under water before registering for the Beginner class. A SWIMMER MUST PASS THE FOLLOWING IN ORDER TO MOVE ON TO THE NEXT STEP: BEGINNER: Push off wall into streamline position and swim 10 big arm strokes with face in water (blowing bubbles out of nose) and without help from instructor. STEP 1: Push off wall into streamline position and swim 1 width of freestyle (crawl stroke) with correct breathing, arm strokes and kick; turn over onto back and swim 1 width of kicking on back with head back and hips up. STEP 2: Push off wall into streamline position and swim 1 length of freestyle (crawl stroke) with correct breathing, arm strokes, and kick; turn over onto back and swim 1 length of kicking on back with head back and hips up. STEP 3: Sit-dive into water and swim 100 yards (4 lengths) of freestyle without stopping. Must have correct stroke form. Standing dive is optional. STEP 4: Standing dive into water and swim 200 yards (8 lengths): first 100 yards (4 lengths) must be freestyle with correct form; second 100 yards must be backstroke also with correct form; and then tread water for 2 minutes. Must be done without stopping for a prolonged period of time at any given wall. STEP 5: Standing dive into water and perform 300 yards (12 lengths) without stopping for a prolonged period of time at any given wall. First 100 yards (4 lengths) must be freestyle, second 100 yards must be backstroke, and last 100 yards must be breaststroke. All strokes must be executed with correct form. SESSION SCHEDULE (Monday through Thursday, 8 classes) SESSION 1 June June SESSION 2 July July SESSION 3 July July CLASS SCHEDULE: SKILL LEVEL Beginner* and Step 5 Step 1* and 3 Step 2 and 4 Beginner* TIME 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM 11:25 AM - 12:10 PM 12:20 PM - 1:05 PM 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM * MUST register at BPHS pool at SKILL TESTING on Saturday, May 31 from 10:30-11:15 AM. STEPS 2, 3, 4, 5: You may mail-in or drop-off registrations at the Recreation Office in the Municipal Building OR register online at. FEES: Weekday lessons $70/ 8 classes (non-res $75) Private Lessons $130 for 8 lessons (non-res $140) NOTE: Goggles are available for purchase at the pool for $5.00. Private Swim Lessons Fee: $ Non-res add: $ classes SESSION 1 June June SESSION 2 July July SESSION 3 July July Ages: 5yrs to 16yrs One on One Swim Lessons! An instructor will give your child individual swim lessons tailored to what your child needs. Our experienced and patient instructors will be in the water with your child while he or she learns at their own pace, whether it is getting accustomed to the water for the first time, learning basic water skills, or getting enough individual help to advance to the next level. These 1/2 hour private lessons will be scheduled during swim lessons, on the hour and half hour. Register at the Recreation Office or at skill testing to schedule your specific time. Class is Monday through Thursday Session 1 Time TBD M Tu W Th Session 2 Time TBD M Tu W Th Session 3 Time TBD M Tu W Th BPHS Pool Adult Private Swim Lessons Fee: $ Non-res add: $ classes SESSION 1 June June SESSION 2 July July SESSION 3 July July Ages: 18yrs and over One on One Swim Lessons for those over 18 years of age. An instructor will give you individual swim lessons tailored to what you need. Our experienced and patient instructors will be in the water with you while you learn at your own pace, whether it is learning basic water skills or getting enough individual help to advance your skills to the next level. These 1/2 hour private lessons will be scheduled during swim lessons, on the hour and half hour. Register at the Recreation Office or at skill testing to schedule your specific time Session 1 Time TBD M Tu W Th Session 2 Time TBD M Tu W Th Session 3 Time TBD M Tu W Th BPHS Pool Diving - Beginner Fee: $55.00 Non-res add: $ Week Session Jul Jul Ages: 5yrs to 18yrs Learn a new and exciting skill! Come give diving a try. This class is for beginners. CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED SO REGISTER EARLY :45pm-03:45pm Tu Th BPHS Pool Diving - Advanced Fee: $70.00 Non-res add: $ Week Session Jul Jul Ages: 5yrs to 18yrs This intermediate level class is for those students in grades 1-12 who have had some diving before. Come have some fun in the pool! CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED SO REGISTER EARLY :45pm-05:15pm Tu Th BPHS Pool Season Pass Available! Aquacise Pass Fee: $80.00 Non-res add: $20.00 Daily Fee: $5.00 Non-res add: $ Week Session Jun Aug Ages: 21yrs and over Any adult (21 years of age and over) is welcome to come. You do not have to be able to swim to participate. Classes feature water exercises. Aquacise is held throughout the year on Monday and Wednesday evenings. The Summer Season Pass is good for Monday and Wednesday nights, from June 2 to August 6, 2014 PASS FEE: $80 for resident ($100 for non-resident) You may pay nightly instead of purchasing a pass. The fee for nightly attendance is $5.00 for a resident or $6.00 for a nonresident. Sign in and pay at the pool each evening you attend :30pm-09:30pm M W BPHS Pool Community Swim Daily Fee: $5.00 Non-res add: $2.00 Jun Aug All ages Monday through Thursday: 6:30 to 8:30 PM NO COMMUNITY SWIM ON JUNE 26 & 30, AND JULY 8. PASS RATES: $35 Youth - under 18 years of age (non-resident $40) $50 Adult - 18 years of age and older (non-resident $55) $80 Family - includes one child (non-resident $90) $90 Family - includes 2 or more children (non-resident $100) Daily Rates - $5.00 per day (non-resident $7.00) Daily Family Pass - $10 for up to 5 immediate family members. (Daily non-resident family pass $13) Beginning July 14, passes, except for Daily Family Pass, will be available at half-price. SPECIAL NOTE: DO NOT BRING VALUABLES TO THE POOL. There are lockers available, but any locks used by the participant must be removed daily. A listing of pass-holders will be on file at the pool. Check in with the guard when entering the pool. Children under 14 years of age MUST be accompanied by at least one parent who is dressed to enter the water. The next Community Swim session will be listed in the Bethel Park Chronicles, August issue :30pm-08:30pm M Tu W Th BPHS Pool Lap Swimming Pass Fee: $50.00 Non-res add: $10.00 Daily Fee: $5.00 Non-res add: $ Week Session Jun Aug Ages: 18yrs and over Swim without the crowd and do laps on your own! Purchase a pass to swim Monday and Wednesday evenings. Or, sign in and pay at the pool each evening you attend. The fee for nightly attendance is $5.00 (non-res $6.00) :30pm-09:30pm M W BPHS Pool

4 Page 22 Summer League Swim Team Fee: $85.00 Fee for current BPRST members: $ Week Session Jun Jul Ages: 6yrs to 18yrs, Bethel Park residents ONLY Are you interested in swimming? Then why not try the Bethel Park Summer League Swim Team. This Swim Team is open to all Bethel Park residents ages This team is for swimmers of all levels however you must be able to swim with your head under water. The season will run from June 16 through July 28. There will be 6 meets during the season in which to compete, plus an All-Star and Championship Meet. The meets will be held on the following dates: June 24, 26, & 30, July 8, 12, & 21. The All Star meet is on July 26. The two best swimmers in each event will compete in a championship meet on July 28. Practices will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings at Bethel Park High School Pool. If you are currently a member of Bethel Park Recreation Swim Team you may join this Summer League Swim Team as well and will be requested to attend Monday evening practice. All participants will receive a team t-shirt. Hope to see you at the pool!!! :15pm-06:30pm M W Th BPHS Pool Swim Team Fall Clinic Fee: $ Week Session Sep Sep Ages: 6yrs to 14yrs, Bethel Park residents ONLY This clinic is for students, ages 6 to 14, who are NOT registered with the Bethel Park Recreation Swim Team and have an interest in swimming competitively. This will prepare your child to swim competitively! Certified Recreation swim team coaches conduct the clinic. Instruction will be given on legal turns and basic stroke technique in freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke. You MUST be able to swim and breathe to one side with your face in the water for at least one length BEFORE registering for this clinic! A cap (if you have long hair) and goggles are strongly recommended. Information on the Recreation Swim Team will be given at the last class on September :30pm-07:30pm M Tu W Th BPHS Pool Bethel Park Recreation Department Summer Day Camp Activities 2014 June 16 - August 8 Join us for 8 Fun-Filled Weeks of Summer Day Camp. Programs are available for children ages Field Trips are provided each week & included in the cost of Enrollment! Activities will include Arts & Crafts, Sports, Group Projects, Games, Field Trips, and Swimming. For less than $5.00/hr. your child can attend Camp Where can you find a better deal?! Sessions Available All Day 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Morning 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Afternoon 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. ~ We also offer ~ Before & After Camp Care Please call Michele Pilotta for more information X224 THESE ARE NOT BETHEL PARK RECREATION PROGRAMS LADY HAWK BASKETBALL CAMP Join the Lady Hawk Team and Staff for a fun-filled week of camp this summer! WHEN: July 7 10 WHERE: Bethel Park High School Gym TIME: One Session: Grades K 8, 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Please register according to the grade you will be in Fall 2014*. COST: $75.00, includes t-shirt. Learn the basics of basketball, compete, and HAVE FUN! *Girl will be separated by grade level. CONTACT: Jonna Burke at to register. WE VE GOT YOU COVERED Where else can you park in a covered lot for just $2.00 a day. Our 2200-space parking garage at the South Hills Village T station not only keeps your car out of the weather, it keeps you dry with a covered walkway from the garage to the T platform. All for just 2 dollars a day. For more information, call customer service at or visit PortAuthority.org BETHEL PARK SLOW PITCH ASSOCIATION (BPSPA) Fall 2014 registration will run from June 7, 2014 thru July 31, Registration information is posted at Interested girls who will be in grades 7-12 during the school year are welcome to join. Tryouts for the JV and Varsity teams will be held during the first 2 weeks of August, 2014, specific dates to be announced later. Grades 7 & 8 play Junior High, grades 9-12 tryout for the JV or Varsity team. KIM-

5 Page 23 Hershey s Track and Field Games Bethel Park Local Meet Now in our 14th year in Bethel Park! Thanks to sponsorship by Gymkhana Gymnastics, Cybercoins.net, Natalie Shiff s Premier Designs Jewelry, Allegheny Sports Medicine, Village Square Market District Giant Eagle, and Drs. Eric J. Reitz and Beth A. Troy, Orthodontists Awards for the top 6 in each event (T-shirts for winners, medals for places 1-3, ribbons for places 4-6); winners also advance to the regional meet in Somerset on June 14. WHEN AND WHERE: Sunday, May , 4:00 p.m., Bethel Park High School stadium WHO CAN ENTER: Children born in the years 2000 to 2007 Competition will be in four age groups (7-8*, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14), based on the child s age as of December 31, Winners must show birth certificates within the week after the meet in order to progress to the regional level. (*Ages 7-8 are exhibition only and do not progress to a regional meet.) Track shoes that hold spikes are NOT permitted (even if the spikes are removed), and no starting blocks may be used. Registration is FREE. To register, mail or deliver this form to: Bethel Park Recreation, 5100 West Library Avenue, Bethel Park, PA Registration Deadline: 4:00 p.m. Friday, May 16. NO event changes after that time. Day-of-meet signup will be accepted only where open lanes are available. ORDER OF TRACK EVENTS: 100 meter qualifiers, 800 meters, 100 meter finals, 400 meters (age 9-10), 50 meter qualifiers, 400 meters (age 11-12), 50 meter finals, 1600 meters, 200 meters, relays. For more information, contact Bruce Barron at or Registration Form Name Address Phone Age as of Dec. 31, 2014 Date of Birth Gender (M/F): (needed for entry confirmation and updates): Authorization: The participant named above and the participant s legal guardian acknowledge that the participant will be competing in the Hershey s Track and Field Games and using the sponsoring agency s facilities at the participant s sole risk, and the participant (on his or her own behalf and on behalf of his or her heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns) hereby releases, discharges, and agrees to hold harmless Hershey Chocolate North America and its franchises, the Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society, Inc., the Municipality of Bethel Park, the Bethel Park School District and sponsoring agencies. We also agree to allow the name and/or likeness and/or information concerning the participant to be used and/or circulated for any and all purposes related to the meet and in any manner. We certify that the information on this form is true and correct. Name of Parent or Legal Guardian Phone Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian Name of Emergency Contact Phone Please check at most two track events and one field event or two field events and one track event. Age 7-8 (born in ) Ages 9-10 (born in ) Ages (born in ) Ages (born in ) Field Events Standing Long Jump Standing Long Jump Standing Long Jump Standing Long Jump Softball throw Softball throw Softball throw Softball throw Track Events 50-meter dash 50-meter dash 100-meter dash 100-meter dash 100-meter dash 100-meter dash 200-meter dash 200-meter dash 200-meter dash 200-meter dash 400-meter dash 800-meter run 400-meter dash 800-meter run 1600-meter run 4 x 100 meter relay* 4 x 100 meter relay* 4 x 100 meter relay* * If signing up for the relay, please list your three teammates below. All relay team members must be in the same age group. RELAY TEAM MEMBERS: Mail or de live r this form t o: Bet hel Pa rk Recreation, 5100 West Library Ave nue, Bet hel Pa rk, PA Registration Deadline: 4:00 p.m. Friday, May 16.

6 Page 24 CAMPS Also see YOUTH SUMMER DAY CAMP for ages 6-10 on page 28 and SUMMER FUN CAMP for ages on page 29. H NEW! NEW! NEW! H South Arts Aloha Art Camp Fee: $65.00 Non-res add: $5.00 One week Camp Jun Jun Ages: 6 to 12 years Dress in your island clothes while we create colorful island projects! Seashells, sand, sunsets, palm trees, good luck tiki guys and much more island art will be explored and created in this Aloha art camp :00 PM - 3:00 PM M Tu W Th F South Arts Art and Architecture for Children Fee: $65.00 Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Jul Jul Ages: 6 to 12 years Frank Lloyd Wright will be our inspiration for this creative class! Students will explore houses, buildings, dwellings, room design and much more. Mechanical pencils, markers and paint will be used to create our skillful projects :00 PM - 3:00 PM M Tu W Th F Creatures Big and Small Art Camp Fee: $80.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Materials Fee: $15.00 to instructor 4 day camp Jun Jul Ages: 4 to 8 years Come join us as we have fun exploring art and our natural world. Learn about Dragonflies and Dinosaurs. Become a Paleo Artist and use footprints to create a Camp T-shirt. Learn about artists like Henri Rousseau and Rebecca Lathem, see what creatures inspired their artwork. Use recyclable materials to create a masterpiece to invite creatures into your own backyard. Campers will use a variety of materials like paint, markers, crayons, colored pencils, model magic and scissors to name a few. Each day students will take home a finished piece of artwork. Come join us, have fun exploring our world and the wonderful world of art. $15 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class :00 PM - 3:30 PM M Tu W Th H NEW! NEW! NEW! H Eureka! The Inventors Camp Fee: $ Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Jun Jun Ages: 6 to 12 years Eureka! The Inventors Camp: Overcome a series of challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors and most important of all your mind! Create catapults and forts, build shelters, bridges, and learn about density. While Thomas Edison said invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration, this camp is 100% FUN! :15 AM - 12:15 PM M Tu W Th F YOUTH PROGRAMS SATURDAY CLASSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED H NEW! NEW! NEW! H Mighty Kicks Soccer Camp Fee: $80.00 Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Jun Jun Ages: 5 to 10 years Children will learn the skills, moves, rules, and joy of playing America s most popular youth sport! Mighty Kicks is designed to encourage young children to build a healthy lifestyle, and offers a high-energy, fun program helping children develop coordination and confidence and utilize their physical energy in a positive way. Coach Sam Bellin is a former standout college soccer player at the University of Georgia and currently highly successful Head Coach of Allderdice Boys High School soccer. Here are some highlights of the program: New skills and moves are taught, demonstrated, and practiced daily. A variety of small-sided games, in-camp leagues, competitions, and contests allow players to utilize skills and practice under game conditions. All Assistant Coaches have been excellent high school players, and most are now playing NCAA college soccer. Word of the Day A Coach Sam original, each day players will learn, discuss, and utilize a specific character attribute helpful in player and personal development. Campers should bring appropriate clothing/shoes, water bottle, sunscreen and soccer ball :30 AM - 11:30 AM M Tu W Th F H NEW! NEW! NEW! H NASA: Academy of Future Space Explorers Fee: $ Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Jul Jul Ages: 6 to 12 years From our Earth s atmosphere to the outer reaches of our solar system, this hands-on program sends participants on a quest for exploration! Comets, planets, stars, and more are all waiting to be discovered. Learn about the four forces of flight, the challenges of space travel, and participate in a rocket launch! :15 AM - 12:15 PM M Tu W Th F H NEW! NEW! NEW! H Nature s Flying Machines Fee: $ Non-res add: $5.00 Materials Fee: $15.00 to instructor One week camp Jun Jun Ages: 4 to 8 years Enter the world where science and art combine! Join us as we have fun learning about natural flyers and other animals that soar! Learn about Monarchs and Swallowtails, let them inspire your artwork. Learn about artists like John Audubon and Leonardo Da Vinci and how nature s flyers inspired their artwork. Create your own Camp T-shirt. Use recyclable materials to create a feeder to invite nature s flyers into your own backyard. Campers will use a variety of materials such as watercolors, model magic, pastels, markers, colored pencils, scissors and glue to name a few. We will play games, learn about artists, learn art techniques and learn about our natural world. Come join us, have fun exploring our world and the wonderful world of art. $15 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class :00 PM - 3:30 PM M Tu W Th F H NEW! NEW! NEW! H Nature s Flying Machines Fee: $ Non-res add: $5.00 Materials Fee: $15.00 to instructor One week camp Aug Aug Ages: 7 to 12 years Science and art combine in this fun, week long camp! Campers will have fun learning about natural flyers and other animals that soar! Learn about artists like John Audubon and Leonardo Da Vinci and how nature s flyers inspired their artwork. Use recyclable materials to create a feeder to invite nature s flyers into your own backyard! Learn about Merlins, Monarchs and Magnolia Warblers and, let them inspire your artwork. Create your own Camp T-shirt. Campers will use a variety of materials such as watercolors, model magic, pastels, markers, colored pencils, scissors and glue to name a few. We will play games, learn about artists, learn art techniques and learn about our natural world. Join us and have fun exploring our world and the wonderful world of art. $15 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class :00 PM - 3:30 PM M Tu W Th F South Arts Pirate Adventure Art Camp Fee: $65.00 Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Jul Jul Ages: 5 to 10 years Ahoy Mates! Come and create your own pirate treasures in this camp! Junior pirates will make a treasure chest, clay coins, a buried treasure map, and a pirate ship painting along with many more adventurous treasures :00 PM - 3:00 PM M Tu W Th F South Arts Safari Art Camp Fee: $65.00 Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Aug Aug Ages: 5 to 11 years Lots of wild animals will be created in this art jungle! We will explore animal prints, lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, and many more African jungle animals in the mediums of drawing, painting, clay and crafts! :00 PM - 3:00 PM M Tu W Th F Theater Camp for Kids Fee: $60.00 Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Jul Jul Ages: 6 to 10 years This summer, get the drama out of your house and onto the Stage! Students will enjoy playing creative theater games, to improve character development and improvisation skills, voice projection and enunciation skills. Students will also focus on performing in skits/ a short play to practice their new skills. A performance will be held on the last day of class for family and friends :30 PM - 4:00 PM M Tu W Th F Theater Camp for Kids Fee: $60.00 Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Jul Aug Ages: 10 to 14 years This summer, get the drama out of your house and onto the Stage! Students will enjoy playing creative theater games, to improve character development and improvisation skills, voice projection and enunciation skills. Students will also focus on performing in skits/ a short play to practice their new skills. A performance will be held on the last day of class for family and friends :30 PM - 4:00 PM M Tu W Th F

7 Page 25 SATURDAY CLASSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED South Arts Travel Away with Art Camp Fee: $65.00 Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Jul Jul Ages: 6 to 12 years Let s travel to the caves of France and create caveman drawings and cartoons, then to Spain to create geometricshaped oil pastel projects, then to NYC for action-spatter paintings! Our art travel schedule includes many more places for us to explore and create arts and crafts! :00 PM - 8:00 PM M Tu W Th F H NEW! NEW! NEW! H Youth Ultimate Frisbee Camp Fee: $ Non-res add: $5.00 One week camp Jul Jul Ages: 6 to 14 years Sign up now and learn how to play one of America s fastest growing sports! Ultimate Frisbee combines the running of soccer, passing and covering of football, and pivoting of basketball into one great new game. Players will learn and practice throwing, catching, cutting, and defending skills, as well as team formations and strategies. Camp will include teaching all these new skills plus games, contests, and prizes for a fun-filled sports week! Campers should bring appropriate clothing/shoes, water bottle, sunscreen, bag lunch and drink. Coach Sam is a long-time ultimate Frisbee player and coach. As a player, he led 5 different teams to Nationals, was a 4- time Pittsburgh Summer League Champion and 2-time MVP, and was named a collegiate All American. He is the Co- Founder of Camp Spirit of the Game, which has been running for the past 6 years and served over 500 players last summer :30 AM - 3:30 PM M Tu W Th F Village Green Field Basketball Dave Roman Shooting Camp 3 Day Camp June June Boys & Girls Grades 3 11 Register early as there are a limited number of spots available. For more details, see the registration form on page 26. Camp Aim In our effort to provide recreation for all residents of Bethel Park, the Board of Parks, Recreation and Leisure Services allocates funds each year for mentally and physically handicapped and hearing impaired children ages three years and up, to attend Camp AIM. Contact the South Hills Area YMCA at for information. CLASSES & WORKSHOPS Let's Sing! Fee: $50.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Session 1: Jun Jun Session 2: Jul Jul Ages: 8 to 12 years These voice lessons will teach introduction to singing and using the voice correctly in a fun and relaxed class. Song sheets will be provided and will include popular Disney songs from the movies including the Little Mermaid, Mulan, Pochahontas and age appropriate Broadway and pop songs. Instructor Marian Bollman has been a teacher at the Center for Theater Arts in Mt. Lebanon for over 25 years Session 1 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Th Session 2 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Th Basic Dog Obedience Fee: $80.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Session 1: Jun Aug Session 2: Aug Sep Ages: 12 years and over Teaching your dog basic commands can be building blocks to a rewarding relationship with your pet. Our professional instructors will teach you how to teach your dog the basic commands of sit, down, stay, come when called, controlled walking exercises and much more! The dog must be at least 6 months old. Please bring vaccination records, six foot leash, and soft small treats to the first class. An adult must accompany handlers under age 18. You must register with Bethel Park Recreation at least one week before the first class. Register online, by mail to Bethel Park Recreation with the registration form in the Chronicles, or in person at the or Recreation Office. Classes are held at Xcel Canine Training, Inc., 5400 Progress Boulevard, , NO CLASS ON JULY Session 1 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Sa Session 2 1 0:00 AM - 11:00 AM Sa Xcel Canine Training, Inc. Puppy Obedience Fee: $80.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Session 1: Jun Aug Session 2: Aug Sep Ages: 12 years and over This class is taught at a slower pace than our Basic Obedience class, but still will give your puppy the stepping stones they need to learn at a young age. The puppies will also be in an environment with others their own age! They will learn the beginning of sit, down, stand, walking by your side and introducing them to new fun obstacles. An adult must accompany handlers under age 18. Your dog must be 3 to 6 months old and should have its 2nd set of shots before starting. Please bring vaccination records, six foot leash, and soft small treats to the first class. You must register with Bethel Park Recreation at least one week before the first class. Register online, by mail to Bethel Park Recreation with the registration form in the Chronicles, or in person at the or Recreation Office. Classes are held at Xcel Canine Training, Inc., 5400 Progress Boulevard, , NO CLASS ON JULY Session 1 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Sa Session 2 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Sa Xcel Canine Training, Inc Driver Education Fee: $45.00 Non-res add: $5.00 To Kennedy: $ Session Dates Jul Aug Ages: 15 years and over The course is conducted by Kennedy School of Driving through Bethel Park Recreation. Upon successful completion of the 30 hours of theory and 6 hours of in-car training, a certificate is given that is accepted by most insurance companies for an insurance rate discount. This class features the option of taking your driving test with our instructor. This counts as 1 hour of your behind-the-wheel instruction. The $45 (non-resident $50) NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-TRANSFERRABLE fee payable to Bethel Park Recreation will secure your space in the class. The balance of $325 must be paid to Kennedy School of Driving on the first night of class. Class size is limited to 36 students :30 PM - 9:30 PM M Tu W Th F BPHS M415 Library ARTS & CRAFTS South Arts Cowboy Art Fee: $55.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Jul Aug Ages: 6 to 12 years Giddy Up! We will wrangle up a lot of fun in Cowboy Art! All of our cool cowboy projects will be wild with a wild west theme. We will even make a self-portrait of a wanted poster! Horse paintings, sheriff badges, and lots more of wild fun! Dress in your Cowboy clothes for class! :45 AM - 11:15 AM Sa South Arts Cartooning for Kids Fee: $60.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Jun Jul Ages: 6 to 13 years Come create fun cartoons while learning action marks, action words, word art and much more! Cartoonists will have a cool time using their imaginations to create cartoon characters. Please bring an 8X10 or larger sketch book, a #2 pencil, and a black marker :30 PM - 8:30 PM Th South Arts Creative Clay and Sculpture for Children Fee: $60.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Jun Jul Ages: 6 to 12 years In this fun but totally messy hands on clay class, students will create lots of cool air dry clay projects. Free form, tiles, pots, animals and much more will be explored! Returning students will create different projects :00 PM - 7:30 PM Th NEW! NEW! NEW! South Arts Recycled Art Fee: $50.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Jun Jun Ages: 6 to 12 years Use a variety of found objects to create 2D and 3D art. Learn to care for your environment by reusing recycled materials in your art! Instructor and students will supply materials :45 AM - 11:15 AM Sa

8 Page 26 BETHEL PARK RECREATION DAVE ROMAN SHOOTING CAMP June 23-25, 2014 Boys & Girls grades 3-11 Held at Neil Armstrong Middle School ol FEE: E: $ Non-resident add $5 to fee e Limited spaces available so register early. Shooters are Made, Not Born Camp will provide: Detailed instruction and individual help on all shooting fundamentals Daily practice techniques (that really ly work) to develop correct ct muscle memory How to develop a shooter's soft touch How to shoot off the pass, dribble, or screen How to work free for a shot Fundamentals ntals and development of the Lay-Up, Jump-Shot, Foul Shot, and 3-Point Shot In 1988, Dave Roman began his first camp sessions in Johnstown, PA to help kids learn the correct shooting fundamentals. The success s has been phenomenal. enal. From word-of-mouth of from successful camp graduates, the Dave Roman Shooting Camp is held in many cities throughout Pennsylvania. Dave Roman has been nicknamed "Shot Doctor" by the many excellent shooters who have benefitted from his tutoring Boys 8:00am-11:45am 0a 1: M Tu W Girls 12:30pm-4:15pm m M Tu W Held at Neil Armstrong Middle dle School Bethel Park Recreation and Leisure Services DAVE ROMAN BASKETBALL SHOOTING OT CAMP REGISTRATION FORM (PARTICIPANT) T) FIRST NAME: Separate form REQUIRED for EACH participant. LAST NAME: ADDRESS: CITY: ZIP: BP Resident?? Yes / No PHONE: day ( ) evening ening ( ) BIRTH DATE: m /d /y Male/Female e (circle) AGE Grade: Pick one T-shirt! Circle the size. Adult Sleeveless ess Adult T s S M M M L L_L XL XL S M L _L XL 2XL Please circle division: Girls Grades Boys Grades Make check payable to: BETHEL PARK RECREATION Total amount enclosed $ Payment is from (print name) cash check # Mail or drop off to: Bethel Park Recreation, 5100 West Library Avenue, Bethel Park, PA I, understand the rules and regulations for the (Parent/guardian or participant print name) activity for which I have registered red myself, or have registered my child. By my signature, I agree to hold harmless and blameless s the Municipality of Bethel Park, Bethel Park School District t and any employee thereof as to and regarding any liability, claims, damages or any item whatsoever resulting from any accident or injury which I or those under my supervision or care might receive while participating in the above Recreation program(s). SIGNATURE: (Parent/guardian, if participant is under 18 years of age) Please call the Recreation ea Office fice at if you have any question regarding this registration. The Recreation eation Office does not contact participant to confirm registration unless there is a conflict, a change in day/date date or class is full or cancelled. OFFICE USE ONLY Amount Due $ Amount Paid $ Cash Check # Account count # 831 Activity Code# Date received South Hills Elks Our Hoop Shoot Finalists SCORED! The six Winners of the Bethel Park Hoop Shoot Basketball Tournament, held annually in January at the Bethel Park Community Center, moved on to compete at the Metropolitan District Level Competition in Connellsville on February 8, From there, three of our Bethel Park Hoopsters qualified to continue competing at the Pennsylvania State Finals Competition. Representing the South Hills Elks at the State Competition were: Kylie Taylor Girls 8-9yrs Ryan Meis Boys Evan Bromley Boys The State Competition took place on March 8, Unfortunately, their basketball journey was cut short this year and ended with the State Competition. Congratulations Kids! Best Wishes from Bethel Park Recreation! If you d like to see your child, ages 8-13, compete next winter (Jan 2015), please contact your child s gym teacher to find out how he/she may qualify to compete.

9 Page 27 SATURDAY CLASSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED SPORTS Beginner / Intermediate Fencing Fee: $90.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Session 1: May Jun Session 2: Jul Aug Ages: 8 years and over Experience and enjoy the fun and challenging Olympic sport of foil fencing. The introductory and intermediate level instruction progressively establishes fundamental skills needed for successful fencing and great fitness. Sessions include instruction and practice bouts. Note: All essential equipment will be provided by the instructors, but students will be required to wear comfortable pants, nonmarking athletic shoes, and a glove (official protective fencing gloves are not required but available at class for $10) Shorts or jeans are not permitted. NO CLASS ON MAY Session 1 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM M Session 2 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM M Advanced* Fencing Fee: $ Non-res add: $ Session Dates Session 1: May Jun Session 2: Jul Aug Ages: 11 years and over Take your fencing to a new level! This twice a week instructional class focuses on techniques, fitness, and winning strategy to help the dedicated to be able to succeed at an advanced competitive level in this martial art. Sessions include instruction and practice bouts. * Prerequisites include a minimum of 1 year of fencing experience and approval of the instructors. Note: All essential equipment will be provided by the instructors, but students will be required to wear comfortable pants, non-marking athletic shoes, and a glove (official fencing gloves are not required but are available at class for $10). Shorts or jeans are not permitted. NO CLASS ON MAY Session 1 6:30 PM 8:30PM M 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Th Session 2 6:30 PM 8:30PM M 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Th Flag Football Fee: $50.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Sep Oct Ages: 6 to 11 years REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5! NO EXCEPTIONS. Register online, by mail, or in person at the or Recreation Office. Girls and boys, ages 6-11, may register for a 6-week session of RECREATION FLAG FOOTBALL! Children will be placed on teams according to age. Each team will play one game per week on Sunday evening at Park Avenue Field. A mouthguard is required :00 PM - 9:00 PM Su Park Ave. Upper Field Free Program! Pickleball Fee: Free Ages: 12 yrs - Senior Adults Wednesdays & Fridays 12:30pm 2:30pm Men and women, boys and girls of all ages are invited to participate in a new drop-in format Pickleball program at the Bethel Park gym. This sport with the funny name is a combination of tennis, badminton and ping pong and is slowly gaining a devoted following of players, from children through senior citizens. Pickleball is a low-impact sport played with 2-4 players on a court half the size of a tennis court. Although the rules are simple and easy to pick up, instructions will be provided to players. No experience is required to play. Call for more information. 12:30pm 2:30pm W F Gym Beginner Karate Fee: $36.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Jun Jul Ages: 6 years and over Students will receive instruction in the Isshinryu style of Karate from a 9th degree black belt instructor. Class will include warmup exercises, basics of the style, as well as simple and practical self-defense techniques. Classes will also emphasize selfdiscipline and respect. Students will learn self-defense skills as well as a sense of accomplishment. Traditional karate uniform (Gi) is recommended, but not mandatory. Uniforms may be purchased through the instructor :15 PM - 7:00 PM M Intermediate* Karate Fee: $36.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Jun Jul Ages: 6 years and over Students will receive instruction in the Isshinryu style of Karate from a 9th degree black belt instructor. Class will include warmup exercises, basics of the style, as well as simple and practical self-defense techniques. Classes will also emphasize selfdiscipline and respect. Students will learn self-defense skills as well as a sense of accomplishment. *The intermediate level requires instructor recommendation. Traditional karate uniform (Gi) is recommended, but not mandatory. Uniforms may be purchased through the instructor :15 PM - 8:00 PM M ghty Kicks Soccer Mighty Kicks Soccer Fee: $36.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Jun Jun Ages: 3 to 6 years Children will learn the skills, moves, rules, and joy of playing America s most popular youth sport! Mighty Kicks is designed to encourage young children to build a healthy lifestyle, and offers a high-energy, fun program helping children develop coordination and confidence and utilize their physical energy in a positive way. Here are some highlights of the program: Curriculum Mighty Kicks serves over 4000 children yearly in 6 locations using an age-appropriate methodology including games, drills, exercises, stories with pictures and more! Coaching Classes will be led by Coach Sam, well-respected and much-liked for his 20+ years of relentlessly positive, highenergy, child-centered and expert sports coaching. Coach Sam is well known for combining top notch sports instruction with a fun program. More information is available at No equipment of any kind is required. Just sign up and play :30 PM - 2:00 PM M Soccer Bethel Park Soccer Association registration is only online! To register for Fall 2014 Soccer, please go to and follow the directions. Travel Soccer registration deadline is Monday, June 30, In-house/Flights soccer registration deadline is Sunday, July 13, All registration questions should go to See page 30 for more information. Tennis Jun Aug Ages: 5 yrs to 18yrs Tennis classes are available for youth ages 5 to18. Registration forms are now online at. Under Departments, go to Recreation. The tennis link is on the Recreation page. Call for more information. USC Tennis Center SPECIAL INTEREST NAMS Jam Fee: $3.00 Grades 5 & 6 NAMS Jam provides a FUN, safe, and supervised "Night Out" for any resident of Bethel Park in grades 5 or 6. Activities at each NAMS Jam include the following: basketball, music, crafts, movie, games, and a snack bar. They may include: Inflatables, airbrush tattoos, video games, balloon artists, sport competitions, movies, bingo, volleyball and much, much more! DATES: May 23 FEATURED ACTIVITES: Spring Spectacular Video Gaming, Airbrush Artist, Crafts, and more NAMS Jam admission is $3 per student, payable at the door. Doors open at 7:00 pm and no student is permitted to leave before 9:00pm unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. For safety reasons, you must come to the gym door to pick up your child. As a courtesy to our Chaperones, please remember to pickup your child promptly by 9:00pm. The Chaperones are not expected to remain past 9:00pm. Thank You :00pm-09:00pm F Neil Armstrong Gym Youth Track Meet May 18 Hershey s Track and Field Games is back for its 14th year in Bethel Park. This no-cost, popular track meet for ages 7-14 (and their parents, who are always invited to join in the fun during the relay competition) will take place at the Bethel Park High School Stadium on Sunday afternoon, May 18, beginning at 4:00 p.m. Boys and girls age 7 to 14 as of December 31, 2014 are eligible to compete. Complete the registration form on pg. 23 or download a form from the Recreation page at. Return the forms to the Recreation Office. Top finishers get T-shirts and medals, and winners can also advance to a regional competition in Somerset. Faithful sponsors of the Hershey s Track and Field Games in Bethel Park include Village Square Market District Giant Eagle, Gymkhana Gymnastics, Cybercoins.net, Natalie Shiff s Premier Designs Jewelry, Allegheny Sports Medicine, and Drs. Eric J. Reitz and Beth A. Troy, Orthodontists.

10 Page 28 YOUTH SUMMER DAY CAMP 2014 Ages 6 10 Location: Bethel Park High School Cafeteria Activities include sports, arts & crafts, swimming, and special projects. Themes and activities will vary each week. The cost of field trips is included in the registration fee. An informational nal Parent Packet contains a medical form and field trip permission form that MUST be returned r ed with the attached registration form. Packets are available at the Recreation Office, fice, the Bethel Park or can be downloaded oaded and printed from the Recreation page on the Municipal website:. w.bethelpark.net. You may register for up to EIGHT (8) separate weekly sessions s that will begin on Monday, June 16 and continue through Friday, August 8. *NO CAMP FRIDAY, JULY 4. Child MUST be 6 years old prior to the first day attending tending camp and not more than age 10 by the last day attending camp. Ages may attend t Summer Fun Camp at the Community m Center. ALL L CAMPERS MUST BRING A WATER BOTTLE DAILY. MORNING NG SESSION: 9:00 AM - NOON AFTERNOON ON SESSION: 12:30-3:30 30 PM FEE: E $75 per week (for 1 child / one session) Non-resident add $10 per child per week ek ALL DAY SESSION: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM $140 per week (for 1 child / all day) Non-resident add $20 per child per week All-day campers must also bring a lunch daily. Early drop-off offf (7:30 AM) or late pick-up (5:00 PM) services will be available for $15.00 each per week. One week, all day from 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM would add $30 for early and late services. Please e use the attached YOUTH SUMMER DAY CAMP REGISTRATION FORM to register your child for this program, one form for each child.. Make checks cks payable to "Bethel Park Recreation" eati " and return with all completed forms to: 5100 West Library ry Avenue, Bethel Park, PA Space is limited. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS FOR DAY CAMP. Questions? Call the Recreation Office fice SESSIONS 1 week 2 weeks 3 weeks 4 weeks 5 weeks 6 weeks 7 weeks eks 8 weeks one session $75 $150 $225 $300 $375 $450 $525 $600 0 all day $140 $280 $420 $560 $7000 $840 $980 $1,120 YOUTH SUMMER DAY CAMP 2014 REGISTRATION FORM One child per form, please. You may make copies. Medical Form & Field Trip Form Required w/ Registration NAME: BIRTH DATE: AGE: GRADE: ADDRESS: ZIP CODE: Male/Female circle PHONE: home ( ) work ( ) B P Resident? ent? Yes / No Amount Enclosed: Please mark (X) EACH week and session you wish to attend: Optional: $15 extra for each WEEK EK DATES AM Only PM Only ALL DAY EARLY LATE #1 6/16 6-6/20 (201) (251) (281) #2 6/23-6/27 (202) (252) (282) #3 *6/30-7/3 (203) (253) (283) * no camp 7/4 #4 7/7-7/11 (204) (254) (284) #5 7/14-7/18 (205) (255) (285) #6 7/21-7/25 (206) (256) (286) #7 7/28-8/1 (207) (257) (287) #8 8/4-8/8 8 (208) (258) (288) Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: Office only:.. fi use Session Fee:$ E / L Fee $ Amount Due: $ Amount Paid: $ Cash Check # Activity ity # Date Rec d Med Form Rec d Field Trip Permission Rec d Parent Packet Given Payment Plan

11 Page 29 SUMMER MER FUN CAMP 2014 Ages Location: Bethel Park e Activities include sports, arts & crafts, swimming, and special projects. Themes and activities ities will vary each week. The cost of field trips is included in the registration fee. e. An informational al Parent Packet contains a medical form and field trip permission form that MUST be returned r with the attached registration form. Packets are available able at the Recreation Office, fice, the Bethel Park or can be downloaded d and printed from the Recreation page on the Municipal website:. w.bethelpark.net. You may register for up to EIGHT (8) separate weekly sessions that will begin on Monday, June 16 and continue through Friday, August 8. *NO CAMP FRIDAY, JULY 4. Child MUST be 11 years old prior to the first day attending camp and not be more than age 14 by the last day attending camp. Ages 6-10 may attend Youth Summer Day Camp at the Bethel Park High School Cafeteria. ALL CAMPERS MUST BRING A WATER BOTTLE DAILY. AFTERNOON ON (PM) SESSION: 12:30-3:30 PM FEE: E $75 per week (for 1 child / PM session) Non-resident add $10 per child per week ALL DAY SESSION: 9:00 0 AM - 3:30 PM $140 per week (for 1 child / all day) Non-resident add $20 per child per week All-day campers must also bring lunch daily. Early drop-off f (7:30 AM) or late pick-up (5:00 PM) services will be available for $15.00 each per week. One week, all day from 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM would add $30 for early and late services. Please e use the attached SUMMER FUN CAMP REGISTRATION FORM to register your child for this program, one form for each child.. Make checks payable to "Bethel Park Recreation" e " and return with all completed forms to: 5100 West Library ry Avenue, Bethel Park, PA Space is limited. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS FOR DAY CAMP. Questions? Call the Recreation Office fice SESSIONS 1 week 2 weeks 3 weeks 4 weeks 5 weeks 6 weeks 7 weeks 8 weeks PM session ssi $75 $150 $225 $300 0 $375 $450 $525 5 $600 all l day $140 $280 $420 $560 $700 $840 $980 $1,120 SUMMER FUN CAMP 2014 REGISTRATION FORM One child per form, please. You may make copies. Medical Form & Field Trip Form Required w/ Registration NAME: BIRTH DATE: AGE: GRADE: ADDRESS: ZIP CODE: Male/Female circle PHONE: home ( ) cell ( ) B P Resident? e Yes / No Amount Enclosed: Please mark (X) EACH week and session you wish to attend. Optional: $15 extra for each WEEK EK DATES PM Only ALL L DAY EARLY LATE #1 6/16-6/20 (251) (281) #2 6/23-6/27 (252) (282) #3 *6/30-7/3 (253) (283) * no camp 7/4 #4 7/7-7/11 (254) (284) #5 7/14-7/18 (255) (285) #6 7/21-7/25 (256) (286) #7 7/28-8/1 (257) (287) #8 8/4-8/8 8 (258) (288) Parent/Guardian ardian Signature: Office fi use only: Session Fee:$ E / L Fee $ Amount Due: $ Amount Paid: $ Cash Check # Activity ity # Date received eived Med Form Rec d Field Trip Permission Rec d Parent Packet Given Payment Plan Date:

12 Page 30 ARE YOU A YOUTH SPORT VOLUNTEER COACH? Overview - National Youth Sports Coaches Association The National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA) is a membership organization and the most widely used volunteer coach training program in the nation, having trained more than 2.5 million coaches since More than 3,000 community-based agencies and organizations have offered this opportunity. The NYSCA volunteer coach training program is designed to sensitize volunteer coaches to their responsibilities and hold them accountable to a strict Code of Conduct defined by the NYSCA Coaches' Code of Ethics Pledge. The NYSCA Introduction to Coaching Youth Sports website is one of the most comprehensive resources for volunteer coaches, no matter what sport you re coaching. The website is designed to improve your understanding in all the important areas of youth coaching such as; The Psychology of Coaching Youth Sports, Working with Kids with Special Challenges, Tips on Teaching and Communication, Parents as Partners, Child Abuse in Youth Sports, Injury Prevention, Hydration and much more. Initial Level Online Coaches Exam After viewing the entire Introduction to Coaching Youth Sports website, you have the opportunity to take the Initial Level Online coaches' exam. To become a member of the NYSCA, it is mandatory for you to complete the Initial Level Online coaches' exam. The exam consists of fifteen multiple-choice questions and each question is explained in detail within the website. While reading the Introduction to Coaching Youth Sports website you should have familiarized yourself with each section before taking the exam. HOW IT WORKS... Initial Level Membership Volunteer coaches may participate in the NYSCA training course (or "clinic") using the NYSCA Online Clinics. The Online Clinics offer realistic graphics to illustrate lessons, exclusive printable materials, and 24-hour-a-day access to the program. The online clinics for Initial Level Members consist of the Introduction to Coaching Youth Sports section and one sport-specific section covering the fundamentals of the game. Sport-specific clinics include Baseball, Basketball, T-Ball, Football, Flag Football, Softball, Cheerleading, Soccer, Volleyball, Inline Hockey and Ice Hockey. Coaches must successfully complete an exam and accept the NYSCA Code of Ethics Pledge. The fee for a one-year Membership through the Online Clinics is $25. In addition, current NYSCA Members may access the Online Clinics after completing the Initial Level Membership requirements, and add other sport specific clinics to their membership. The fee for each additional sport specific clinic is $5. BETHEL PARK SOCCER ASSOCIATION Established ~ 1966 Flights Soccer is for boys and girls ages 5-13 who wish to experience soccer in the recreational setting. Flights sessions run for eight consecutive Saturdays tentatively beginning August 23, Players will be contacted by their coaches two weeks prior to the start of Flights. Teams may be co-ed. FALL 2014 ONLY - Flights fee: $60.00 Non-residents add $20.00 FULL YEAR: FALL 2014 & SPRING Flights fee $ Non-residents add $20.00 Travel Soccer is for players ages 9 and older who want to participate in a more competitive soccer program against teams in neighboring communities. Pending PA West scheduling, Travel practices will start in late August; matches may start on Sunday September 7, U9 & U10 players are encouraged to play both Travel and Flights. Locations and times will vary. Games are on Sundays and most teams have two practices a week. Travel Evaluations will be held for the U9 U12 age groups the last week of June Attendance to one of the eval sessions is strongly suggested to be placed on a team. FULL YEAR: FALL 2014 & SPRING 2015 Travel fee: $ Non-residents add $20.00 Uniform fee: $35.00 (if necessary) Each Travel family will have a fundraising activity to complete or an opt out option. Flights soccer registration is free when you register for travel! To register for FALL 2014 Soccer, please go to: and follow the directions. Travel Soccer deadline is June 30, 2014 In-house/Flights soccer deadline is July 14, 2014 All registration questions should go to SOCCER REGISTRATION WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT THE RECREATION OFFICE OR THE COMMUNITY CENTER CHECK OUT THE FARMERS MARKET TUESDAYS, 3:00 7:00 PM Bethel Park Children s Playground parking lot

13 Page 31 ADULT PROGRAMS SATURDAY CLASSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED CLASSES & WORKSHOPS Basic Dog Obedience Fee: $80.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Session 1: Jun Aug Session 2: Aug Sep Ages: 12 years and over Teaching your dog basic commands can be building blocks to a rewarding relationship with your pet. Our professional instructors will teach you how to teach your dog the basic commands of sit, down, stay, come when called, controlled walking exercises and much more! The dog must be at least 6 months old. Please bring vaccination records, six foot leash, and soft small treats to the first class. An adult must accompany handlers under age 18. You must register with Bethel Park Recreation at least one week before the first class. Register online, by mail to Bethel Park Recreation with the registration form in the Chronicles, or in person at the or Recreation Office. Classes are held at Xcel Canine Training, Inc., 5400 Progress Boulevard, , NO CLASS ON JULY Session 1 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Sa Session 2 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Sa Xcel Canine Training, Inc. DANCE Beginner Ballroom Dance Couple Fee: $80.00 Non-res add: $10.00 Single Fee: $45.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Jun Jun This course will introduce you to Ballroom Dance, including the Foxtrot, Swing, Waltz and Cha Cha. Wear shoes that are comfortable, leather shoes are best. Classes will be held at Dryden Dance Studio, 1948 Painters Run Road. Class size is limited. This rate is for a couple. The single rate is not available with online registration :00 PM - 8:30 PM Su Dryden Dance Studio FITNESS & EXERCISE 20/20/20 Fee: $35.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $55.00 Session 1: Jun Jul M Session 1: Jun Jul F Session 2: Jul Sep M Session 2: Aug Sep F Anchor your week on Mondays and Fridays by starting the day with this upbeat class! You will workout for 20 minutes of cardio step training, 20 minutes of cardio (non-contact) kickboxing, and 20 minutes of strength training, weight use encouraged. You will burn calories, strengthen muscles and have a great work out that varies each class. Private body fat testing offered at intervals throughout each session. Please bring a mat/towel and light weights. Substitute instructors may occasionally instruct class during summer sessions. Twice a week discount rate may be used with other Peg Pardini classes. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. NO CLASS ON JULY 4 & SEPTEMBER 1. Instructor: Peg Pardini, ACE certified personal trainer Session 1 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM M Session 1 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM F Session 2 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM M Session 2 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM F Puppy Obedience Fee: $80.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Session 1: Jun Aug Session 2: Aug Sep Ages: 12 years and over This class is taught at a slower pace than our Basic Obedience class, but still will give your puppy the stepping stones they need to learn at a young age. The puppies will also be in an environment with others their own age! They will learn the beginning of sit, down, stand, walking by your side and introducing them to new fun obstacles. An adult must accompany handlers under age 18. Your dog must be 3 to 6 months old and should have its 2nd set of shots before starting. Please bring vaccination records, six foot leash, and soft small treats to the first class. You must register with Bethel Park Recreation at least one week before the first class. Register online, by mail to Bethel Park Recreation with the registration form in the Chronicles, or in person at the or Recreation Office. Classes are held at Xcel Canine Training, Inc., 5400 Progress Boulevard, , NO CLASS ON JULY Session 1 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Sa Session 2 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Sa Xcel Canine Training, Inc Belly Dancing Fee: $56.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $88.00 Material Fee: $25.00* 8 Session Dates Jun Aug Ages: 16 years and over No dance experience is necessary! Students will learn the basic dance steps from 9 different styles as well as the history behind each step. Students will also learn a full performance dance and other fun things. This high energy, low impact form of exercise tones the body from head to toe, helps posture and circulation. Join us to have fun and get in shape at the same time. Dress in loose athletic pants or a long skirt with leggings & comfortable shirt and wear ballet style slippers or jazz dance shoes. *Material fee of $25 covers cost of a mandatory hip scarf, payable to the instructor the first night of class. Twice a week discount rate may be used with other Renea Bishop classes. Discount rate is not available with online registration. It is recommended that you take the Core Strengthening and Toning class with Belly Dancing. NO CLASS ON JULY 6 & 20 and AUGUST 3 & 10. Instructor: Renea Bishop :30 PM - 8:30 PM Su Beginner Tap for Adults Fee: $56.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $ Session Dates Session 1: Jun Aug Session 2: Jun Aug Ages: 16 years and over No previous tap dance required, this class is designed for all! Students will be learning a dance routine to fun and up beat music. Tap dancing is extremely fun and a great workout. Tap shoes are needed for this class. Twice a week discount rate may be used with other Renea Bishop classes. Discount rate is not available with online registration. NO CLASS ON JULY 4, 6, & 20 and AUGUST 1, 3, 8, & 10. Instructor: Renea Bishop :30 PM - 6:30 PM F :30 PM - 6:30 PM Su Boot Camp Fee: $35.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $55 Session 1: Jun Jul M Session 1: Jun Jul Th Session 1: Jun Jul Sa Session 2: Jul Sep M Session 2: Jul Sep Th Session 2: Aug Sep Sa Don't sit on the sidelines any longer. You have made the decision to improve your well-being and this is your chance! A challenging boot camp fitness class designed for women and men of all ages -beginners to advanced. Cardio, strength training, agility, balance and core work are at the heart of this vigorous, hour long workout. Sweating is not optional! Please bring light weights and a mat. Substitute instructors may occasionally instruct class during summer sessions. Twice a week discounted rate may be used with other Peg Pardini classes. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. NO CLASS ON JULY 3 & 5 and SEPTEMBER 1. Instructor: Peg Pardini, ACE certified personal trainer Session 1 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM M Session 1 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Th Session 1 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Sa Session 2 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM M Session 2 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Th Session 2 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Sa Watch for the next issue of Bethel Park Chronicles the week of Aug. 11!

14 Page 32 SATURDAY CLASSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED Circuit Training Fee: $35.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Session 1: Jun Jul M Session 1: Jun Jul Th Session 2: Jul Sep M Session 2: Jul Sep Th Circuit training is a total body workout designed to sculpt, tone, increase endurance and stamina, and build bone density. After a warm-up, the class alternates between upper and lower body, core and gentle cardio. This type of workout causes "muscle confusion" which helps speed metabolism resulting in weight loss, high energy and a happier mood. Modifications are given if necessary. Nutrition counseling is also provided. This is designed for any fitness level! Substitute instructors may occasionally instruct class during summer sessions. Twice a week discounted rate may be used with other Peg Pardini classes. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. NO CLASS ON JULY 3 & SEPTEMBER 1. Instructor: Peg Pardini, ACE certified personal trainer Session 1 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM M Session 1 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Th Session 2 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM M Session 2 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Th Core Strengthening and Toning Fee: $56.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $ Session Dates Jun Aug W Jun Aug F Jun Aug Su Ages: 16 years and over This class is designed to reshape and define your body. Students will be able to work with instructor to customize their workout to low or high impact, depending on each student's needs. It will help you turn flab into muscle and to regain balance and poise. Take the Core Strengthening and Toning class twice a week or add it to any other Renea Bishop class to make a great combination and get the twice a week discount. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. Bring a floor mat and hand weights (optional) to class. NO CLASS ON JULY 2, 4, 6, 20, & 30 and AUGUST 1, 3, 6, 8, & 10. Instructor: Renea Bishop :30 PM - 7:30 PM W :30 PM - 7:30 PM F :30 PM - 7:30 PM Su Fitness with Ease Fee: $35.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Session 1: Jun Jul Session 2: Jul Aug Ages: 55 years and over Fitness with Ease is ideal for folks 55+ who are just returning to activity or beginning a new lifestyle of regular exercise. Mary Ann Gerard (retired nurse, certified personal trainer, yoga instructor and more) leads this class through strength, balance, yoga, Tai Chi coordination and a lot more! Many varied movements arranged to a variety of music will make this a fun one hour class. Classes will be held at Locke s Personal Fitness, 88 Fort Couch Rd, (across from DeLallo s) Session 1 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM W Session 1 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM W Locke's Personal Fitness You can register online for most Recreation programs! Hooping for Fitness and Fun Fee: $30.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Session 1: Jun Jun Session 2: Jul Jul Twirl into Summer Shape with a fitness "Hula" Hoop. Hooping is back and it isn't just for kids anymore. Hoop dance has exploded onto the scene as a new low impact work out sensation that is fun and an excellent workout. Hula hoops are often thought of as children s toys, but the hoop dance craze has adults all across the globe spinning their way to happiness and health. This class will concentrate on the fundamentals of hooping; improving core strength, balance, stamina, and burning calories. Students will experience the joy of dance, as well as get a workout. Hooping promotes laughter, encourages creativity, and helps to restore the body-mind-spirit connection. Do not let the idea intimidate you-hooping is for every body! Fitness hoops will be provided if you don t have your own Session 1 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Tu Session 2 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Tu INSANITY Fee: $25.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $35.00 Session 1: Jun Jul W Session 1: Jun Jul Sa Session 2: Jul Aug W Session 2: Jul Aug Sa You've seen or heard of the wildly popular at-home workout, now come check out INSANITY in person! This high-intensity interval training fitness class is designed for both men and women of all fitness levels! INSANITY is a mix of longer bursts of high-intensity cardio and resistance training, followed by a shorter period of recovery. The INSANITY workout will help you beat the "stress adaptation response," which happens when your body gets used to exercising at one level of exertion. INSANITY workouts build muscle while stripping away fat. The results include not only weight loss, but fat burning, harder abs, sculpted arms, tighter glutes. Don't miss out on this incredible workout! Please bring a mat and towel and prepare to sweat! NO CLASS ON JUNE 18 & 21. Instructor: Michele Harris, certified INSANITY instructor Session 1 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM W Session 1 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Sa Session 2 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM W Session 2 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Sa Step It Up Aerobics Fee: $56.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $ Session Dates Jun Aug W Jun Aug F Ages: 16 years and over This class is a Low Impact Aerobic focusing on toning and increasing endurance. Students will participate in a total body work out, strengthen abs, thighs, and arms. You may bring small hand weights to be used during class to increase your work out intensity. Twice a week discount rate may be used with other Renea Bishop classes. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. NO CLASS ON JULY 2, 4, & 30 and AUGUST 1, 6, & 8. Instructor: Renea Bishop :30 PM - 8:30 PM W :30 PM - 8:30 PM F SilverSneakers CLASSIC (formerly called Muscular Strength & Range of Movement) Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a SilverSneakers ball are offered for resistance. A chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Monday 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Instructor: Debbie Liberto Wednesday 12:20 PM - 1:10 PM Instructor: Debbie Liberto Thursday 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM Instructor: Anne Brucker See page 34 for more SilverSneakers information. SilverSneakers Yoga SilverSneakers Yoga will move your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises and final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity. Monday 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Instructor: Debbie Liberto See page 34 for more SilverSneakers information. SilverSneakers Cardio Circuit Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a ball is alternated with non-impact aerobic choreography. This is a standing class, a chair is offered for support, stretching and relaxation exercises. Tuesday 10:45 AM - 11:44 AM Instructor: Debbie Liberto Instructor: Debbie Liberto See page 34 for more SilverSneakers information. T'ai-Chi - Beginner Fee: $32.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $ Session Dates Session 1: Jun Jun Session 2: Jul Jul Session 3: Aug Aug Ages: 16 years and over T'ai-Chi Ch'uan is an ancient form of Chinese exercise unlike any western exercise. T'ai-Chi unifies your mind and your body while using ancient principals in a series of movements. This exercise gives you the tools to RELAX and MOVE so that you can also use them out of class to develop a sense of well being. As you practice you will improve your balance, coordination and concentration. T'ai-Chi is suitable for anyone looking to improve your overall health. It has been proven to be an excellent exercise for Arthritis, Heart Disease, Fibromyalgia, High Blood Pressure and many other ailments. No prior experience required. Wear loose fitting clothes. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. Instructor: Tamara Stark Session 1 7:15 PM - 8:00 PM Tu Session 2 7:15 PM - 8:00 PM Tu Session 3 7:15 PM - 8:00 PM Tu T'ai-Chi - Beginner Continued Fee: $32.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $ Session Dates Session 1: Jun Jun Session 2: Jul Jul Session 3: Aug Aug Ages: 16 years and over This class is a continuation for the beginning T'ai-Chi student. Previous T'ai-Chi experience is recommended. Wear loose fitting clothes. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. Instructor: Tamara Stark Session 1 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM Th Session 2 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM Th Session 3 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM Th

15 Page 33 SATURDAY CLASSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED T'ai-Chi- Intermediate Fee: $32.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $ Session Dates Session 1: Jun Jun Session 2: Jul Jul Session 3: Aug Aug Ages: 16 years and over This class is designed for students who have previous experience in a T'ai-Chi class and want to further their knowledge and experience. Instructor recommendation is required to enroll in this course.twice a week rate is not available with online registration. Instructor: Tamara Stark Session 1 6:15 PM - 7:00 PM Tu Session 2 6:15 PM - 7:00 PM Tu Session 3 6:15 PM - 7:00 PM Tu Ultimate Circuits Fee: $35.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Session 1: Jun Jul Session 2: Jul Aug A fast moving and fun class where students move through an 8 station circuit, changing stations every seconds on the instructor's cue. Stations will include strength training, cardio, balance and agility using a variety of equipment such as Bosu balls, bands, slalolm poles, etc. If you get to a station beyond your fitness level, the instructor will modify to an appropriate exercise for you. Get fit with fun music and creative exercises! Classes will be held at Locke's Personal Fitness, 88 Fort Couch Rd, (across from DeLallo's.) Session 1 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM W Session 2 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM W Locke's Personal Fitness Basic Yoga Fee: $65.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $ Session Dates Jul Aug M Jul Aug Th Basic yoga is a slower paced class. It is an accessible approach to yoga, which builds strength and flexibility in a gentle manner. Stretch your body, relax your mind and see how yoga provides both energy and a sense of wellbeing. Please bring a yoga mat. Make-ups allowed in any of Lynn's classes at this location. Twice a week discount rate may be used with other Lynn Duda classes that are held in the same location. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. Instructor: Lynn Duda, LMT, 500 E-RYT, ACE certified :30 AM - 10:30 AM M :15 PM - 8:15 PM M :15 PM - 8:15 PM Th John McMillan Church Yoga Power Fee: $65.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Jul Aug M Jul Aug W Jul Aug Th Jul Aug F Yoga Power is a vigorous style of Yoga. Expect to increase your muscle strength, muscle endurance and joint flexibility. We will practice standing and seated poses in a flowing sequence. No experience is necessary. Come willing to work! Please bring a yoga mat. Twice weekly discounted rate may be used with other Lynn Duda classes that are held in the same location. Make-ups allowed in any of Lynn s classes at this location. Instructor: Lynn Duda, LMT, 500 E-RYT, ACE certified :45 PM - 7:00 PM M :30 AM - 10:30 AM W :45 PM - 7:00 PM Th :30 AM - 10:30 AM F John McMillan John McMillan Church ZUMBA Fitness Fee: $35.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $55.00 Session 1: Jun Jul M Session 1: Jun Jul Sa Session 2: Jul Sep M Session 2: Aug Sep Sa Come dance your way to a better you! Zumba Fitness uses aerobic/fitness interval training performed to a pulsing, dynamic Latin music. While the "dance steps" will become very familiar to you as you progress each class, this is definitely not a dance lesson. The most important aspect that you will learn is to KEEP MOVING to receive a high calorie, fat burning hour while having fun! (It is ok to sing along!) Please bring a mat or towel. Substitute instructors may occasionally instruct class during summer sessions. Twice a week discounted rate may be used with other Peg Pardini classes. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. NO CLASS ON JULY 5 & SEPTEMBER 1. Instructor: Peg Pardini, ACE certified personal trainer Session 1 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM M Session 1 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Sa Session 2 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM M Session 2 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Sa ZUMBA GOLD Fee: $35.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $55.00 Session 1: Jun Jul Tu Session 1: Jun Jul W Session 1: Jun Jul Th Session 2: Jul Aug Tu Session 2: Jul Aug W Session 2: Jul Aug Th Just like the song says out of the sun, we ll be havin some fun, people walking above, will be falling in love, with ZUMBA! So maybe we won t be Under the Boardwalk but we will be having tons of fun. Forget working out and come and lose yourself in the music in our exhilarating Zumba class. It s easy to do! You will soon be soaring with energy and enjoying great music in a fun fitness party. This program features aerobic interval training that burns calories and helps sculpt the body. Come and join some of the nicest people in the South Hills area on their way to a healthier life style. Sign up now! Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. Instructor: Kathy Raeder Session 1 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Tu Session 1 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Tu Session 1 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM W Session 1 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Th Session 1 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Th Session 2 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Tu Session 2 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Tu Session 2 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM W Session 2 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Th Session 2 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Th ZUMBA GOLD for the Active Senior Fee: $25.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Twice a week: $45.00 Session 1: Jun Jul M Session 1: Jun Jul W Session 2: Jul Aug M Session 2: Jul Aug W Ages: 50 years and over Summer is a perfect time to start a new program. Come join our expanding Zumba family. Men and woman alike are enjoying the same great music that lets you move to the beat at your own speed. This class provides modified, low impact moves for the active older adult or beginner. It s friendly, it s fun and it s good for you, what more can you ask for. No experience necessary. Twice a week rate is not available with online registration. Instructor: Kathy Raeder Session 1 10:35 AM - 11:05 AM M Session 1 10:35 AM - 11:05 AM W Session 2 10:35 AM - 11:05 AM M Session 2 10:35 AM - 11:05 AM W SPORTS Beginner / Intermediate Fencing Fee: $90.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Session 1: May Jun Session 2: Jul Aug Ages: 8 years and over Experience and enjoy the fun and challenging Olympic sport of foil fencing. The introductory and intermediate level instruction progressively establishes fundamental skills needed for successful fencing and great fitness. Sessions include instruction and practice bouts. Note: All essential equipment will be provided by the instructors, but students will be required to wear comfortable pants, non-marking athletic shoes, and a glove (official protective fencing gloves are not required but available at class for $10) Shorts or jeans are not permitted. NO CLASS ON MAY Session 1 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM M Session 2 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM M Advanced* Fencing Fee: $ Non-res add: $ Session Dates Session 1: May Jun Session 2: Jul Aug Ages: 11 years and over Take your fencing to a new level! This twice a week instructional class focuses on techniques, fitness, and winning strategy to help the dedicated to be able to succeed at an advanced competitive level in this martial art. Sessions include instruction and practice bouts. * Prerequisites include a minimum of 1 year of fencing experience and approval of the instructors. Note: All essential equipment will be provided by the instructors, but students will be required to wear comfortable pants, non-marking athletic shoes, and a glove (official fencing gloves are not required but are available at class for $10). Shorts or jeans are not permitted. NO CLASS ON MAY Session 1 6:30 PM 8:30PM M 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Th Session 2 6:30 PM 8:30PM M 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Th Beginner Karate Fee: $36.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Jun Jul Ages: 6 years and over Students will receive instruction in the Isshinryu style of Karate from a 9th degree black belt instructor. Class will include warmup exercises, basics of the style, as well as simple and practical self-defense techniques. Classes will also emphasize self-discipline and respect. Students will learn self-defense skills as well as a sense of accomplishment. Traditional karate uniform (Gi) is recommended, but not mandatory. Uniforms may be purchased through the instructor :15 PM - 7:00 PM M

16 Page 34 SATURDAY CLASSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED Intermediate* Karate Fee: $36.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Jun Jul Ages: 6 years and over Students will receive instruction in the Isshinryu style of Karate from a 9th degree black belt instructor. Class will include warmup exercises, basics of the style, as well as simple and practical self-defense techniques. Classes will also emphasize self-discipline and respect. Students will learn self-defense skills as well as a sense of accomplishment. *The intermediate level requires instructor recommendation. Traditional karate uniform (Gi) is recommended, but not mandatory. Uniforms may be purchased through the instructor :15 PM - 8:00 PM M Free Program! Pickleball Fee: Free Ages: 12 yrs - Senior Adults Wednesdays & Fridays 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Men and women, boys and girls of all ages are invited to participate in a new drop-in format Pickleball program at the Bethel Park gym. This sport with the funny name is a combination of tennis, badminton and ping pong and is slowly gaining a devoted following of players, from children through senior citizens. Pickleball is a low-impact sport played with 2-4 players on a court half the size of a tennis court. Although the rules are simple and easy to pick up, instructions will be provided to players. No experience is required to play. Call for more information. 12:30pm 2:30pm W F Tennis Jun Aug Ages: 18yrs and over Registration forms are now online at. Under Departments, go to Recreation. The tennis link is on the Recreation page. Call for more information. USC Tennis Center Not for Beginners! Ladies Volleyball Fee: $20.00 Non-res add: $5.00 Walk in Rate: $10 per night 8 Session Dates Session 1: Jun Aug Session 2: Aug Oct You MUST be registered and paid BEFORE you can play. Ladies play on Monday nights at the. ADVANCED COMPETITIVE PLAY! Not for BEGINNERS! Not INSTRUCTIONAL! Players are expected to know and play by modified PIAA rules. You should be proficient in the areas of setting, passing, serving, proper bump and spike techniques. Past experience in competitive volleyball is necessary for this class. NO VOLLEYBALL ON SEPTEMBER Session 1 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM M Session 2 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM M Co-ed Adult Volleyball Fee: $18.00 Non-res add: $ Session Dates Session 1: Jun Jul Session 2: Jul Aug Looking for some fun, "backyard" style volleyball play? This is an informal program for co-ed volleyball play. Not designed as an instructional class, but an opportunity to have fun, socialize and meet new people Session 1 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Su Session 2 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Su SilverSneakers Comes to Bethel Park Community Center! SilverSneakers programs are now offered at the Bethel Park. The SilverSneakers Fitness Program is the nation s leading fitness program designed exclusively for older adults. Regular participation in the program has been proven to help older adults manage their health and increase strength, balance, and endurance. SilverSneakers is a benefit offered to members of many Medicare plans across the U.S. If you are part of a Medicare health plan or if you are a group retiree you may already have the SilverSneakers benefit. There are over 5.8 million Medicare-eligible members who qualify for SilverSneakers. There is no cost for SilverSneakers eligible adults to become members and participate. You may already have SilverSneakers available to you! SilverSneakers offers three easy ways to enroll. Simply choose one of the following options that best suits your lifestyle, and begin enjoying your benefit today! Simply take your SilverSneakers Member ID card to the Bethel Park Community Center. No SilverSneakers card? Bring your health plan ID card with you to the Community Center. Our staff will check your eligibility. Visit the and our staff can check on your eligibility by using your name, address, phone number, and birth date. The SilverSneakers Fitness Program is an innovative and fun health/exercise program helping older adults live healthy, active lifestyles. Get fit, have fun, make new friends! Unlock the door to greater independence and a healthier life with SilverSneakers. Benefits will include: Customized SilverSneakers classes designed exclusively for older adults who want to improve their strength, flexibility, balance, and endurance. See page 32 for specific class days and times. SilverSneakers members can take advantage of the climate controlled, elevated indoor walking track just by swiping their SilverSneakers membership card. The 1/12 mile track features 3 lanes for fitness lap walking or running. Track is open for use: Monday Thursday 9:00am 9:00pm Friday & Saturday 9:00am 10:30pm Sunday 12:00pm 9:00pm What are SilverSneakers classes? SilverSneakers classes are Total-Body Conditioning Classes designed to increase muscular strength, endurance, range of movement, flexibility, balance, agility, and coordination. The classes are anywhere from 45 to 60 minutes. Classes typically involve the use of hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a small exercise ball. A chair may be used for seating or additional support. See pg. 32 for class schedule. Who teaches the classes? SilverSneakers classes are taught by credentialed instructors who are specially trained in leading fitness programs for aging adults. All SilverSneakers class instructors undergo an in-person training and evaluation process to become a SilverSneakers instructor. Our instructors are Anne Brucker and Debbie Liberto. Both are veteran instructors who have been teaching SilverSneakers programs in other Pittsburgh facilities.

17 Page 35 Gold Card Club Fee: $5.00 Ages: 60yrs and over The Gold Card Club, a social and fellowship organization for seniors, was organized by the Department of Recreation and Leisure Services for the benefit of Bethel Park residents who are 60 years of age and over, or a resident on disability retirement and not less than 50 years of age. A spouse not less than 55 years of age may join with his/her spouse if he/she meets the 60-year age minimum. The title GOLD CARD CLUB came from the color of the membership card, not for playing cards. Annual membership dues are $5.00 per person per calendar year, January 1 through December 31. Annual dues shall be paid beginning at the January general meeting. Current members whose dues are not paid by March 31 of the calendar year shall be dropped from active membership. Renewals paid after March 31 of the calendar year shall be assessed a $1.00 reinstatement fee. New members will be accepted at any time during the calendar year. Dues can be paid at the monthly meeting with a check made payable to the GOLD CARD CLUB, or phone Eleanor Wise at Current dues cannot be accepted for more than one (1) year. When paying dues by mail, please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope so the membership card can be mailed back to you. Information required to process membership is: your name, spouse's name (if he/she is also joining), birth dates for both, address and telephone number. Monthly meetings are held at the Bethel Park on the second Thursday of each month (except July and August) at 1:00 p.m. Signin begins at 12:30pm. After a brief meeting, enjoy excellent entertainment, light refreshments and several games of bingo. In addition to two indoor picnics, there is an Anniversary luncheon and a Christmas luncheon at an outside banquet facility. A monthly newsletter, prepared by the Corresponding Secretary, is sent to all members who are CURRENT on their membership dues. Questions regarding membership should be directed to Eleanor Wise, :00pm-04:00pm Th FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS DISPLAY Will be launched from the Port Authority South Hills Trolley Station (Next to the Parking Garage at South Hills Village) Friday, July 4th 9:40 PM RAIN OR SHINE! Sponsored by: Municipality of Bethel Park Township of Upper St. Clair 2014 Tower Concerts Bethel Park July 13 July 20 July 27 August 3 August 10 August 17 SUNDAYS 2:30 4:00 PM Concerts are free, seating is limited. Community Band South - will perform a medley of marching tunes, show tunes, patriotic and concert pieces. Big Band Memories - presenting tunes made popular by Count Basie, Tony Bennett, Les Brown, Nat King Cole, Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, Frank Sinatra, and many more Syria Shrine Band - will play a medley of songs that appeal to a wide range of musical tastes. Allegheny Brass Band - featuring styles of music from classics to opera, popular music from the Big Band era through today Keystone Barbershop enjoy a fantastic choir of men singing a cappella using four part harmony. Banjo Club - program will consist of sing-alongs, vocals, banjo solos, polkas and Dixieland.

18 Page 36 Flea Market Non-res add: $4.00 Fee: $10.00 Ages: All ages Recreation Flea Markets will be held at the Port Authority Parking Lot, at the corner of Lytle Road and Brightwood Road. Flea Markets are held the third Saturday of the month from May through September, from 8:00 AM-2:00 PM. DATES FOR 2014 ARE: MAY 17 JUNE 21 JULY 19 AUGUST 16 SEPTEMBER 20. Spaces are assigned based upon the order the registrations are received in the Recreation Office. Sellers should report between 7:00 and 7:30 AM on Saturday morning. You may lose your space if you are not on site by 8:00 AM. Your assigned space will consist of two (2) parking lot spaces. Display your items only in the area assigned to you. Sellers are to provide their own table or display equipment. You may park ONE standard size vehicle at your assigned space. HOWEVER, THE FLEA MARKET AREA WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL VEHICLE TRAFFIC BETWEEN 7:45 AM AND 2:00 PM. Additional parking will be available. At the conclusion of the sale, all items must be removed from the sale area, and all litter placed in proper containers. PLEASE NOTE: All Flea Markets will be held RAIN OR SHINE. Fees are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE. There will NOT be any refunds or credit given once registration and payment has been made. Register at the Recreation Office or download the form from the website and mail it in with a check. Individuals may register for any or all of the Flea Markets held through September. Bethel Park resident, used items $ 10 Non-resident, used items $ 14 New or sample items $ :00am-02:00pm Sa Parking Lot-Lytle & Brightwood Roads Pavilion Permits Fee $25.00 Any resident of Bethel Park may reserve selected picnic areas at Simmons Park or Village Green Park. These areas include a shelter and several picnic tables. The permits are available from the Recreation Office, and should be requested in written form at least 2 weeks prior to the date requested. Please provide the following information: Name Address Phone number Park pavilion requested Date Beginning and ending time Purpose of the rental Approximate number of people attending All Park and Municipal rules must be followed. NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES are permitted in any of the parks. The permit gives restricted use for the picnic area only. The tennis courts, sand volleyball court and ball fields are NOT included on the permit. Water and restrooms are available in both parks. THERE IS A NON-REFUNDABLE, NON-TRANSFERABLE $25.00 CHARGE FOR A PAVILION PERMIT. SPECIAL INTEREST AMUSEMENT PARK TICKETS EXACT CHANGE OR CHECK ONLY The Bethel Park Department of Recreation eati and Leisure e Services and the Pennsylvania Recreation eati and Park Society, Inc.. have a variety of 2014 Amusement Park discount tickets available in the Recreation Office, fice Bethel Park Municipal Building. Tickets usually arrive just prior to Memorial Day. Limited supply of tickets available for some parks. Prices subject to change by the individual parks without t notice. PARK/AGES GATE PRICE SALE PRICE NOTES CEDAR POINT All l 48" & taller $ $ Ages 2 & under are free Ride & Refresh not sold at gate $51.00 Ride and Refresh includes a one-day admission and a wristband for all you can drink 20oz. fountain beverages. HERSHEY PARK Adult (9-54) $ $47.00 Child (3-8), Senior (55-69) $ $ Ages 2 & under are free Early Days - Adult $ $ May 9 to June 29, Sunday-Friday y Early Days Child $ $ Senior (70+) $23.95 at the park only. IDLEWILD PARK & SOAK ZONE Any day $ $ Ages 3-59 Tickets good even on weekends! Ages 2 & under are free Seniors (60+) $30.99 at the gate only. KENNYWOOD Regular, ages 3-54, 46 & taller $41.99 $ Ages 2 & under are free Tickets good even on weekends! No General Admission Juniors (under 46 ) $ at the gate only. Seniors (55+) $ at the gate only. PITTSBURGH ZOO General Admission si $15.00 $ Seniors (60+) $14.00 $ Children (2-13) $13.00 $ Children under 2 are free SANDCASTLE Age 4 and over $ $ Ages 3 & under are free e Whitewater Pass good even on weekends! Juniors (48 & under) / Seniors (55+) at the gate only WALDAMEER PARK AND WATER WORLD Near Presque Isle State Park, Erie, PA Combo o Pass (48 and taller) $29.75 $ NO RETURNS OR REFUNDS ON ANY TICKET PURCHASES. PAYMENT MUST BE MADE IN PERSON AT THE RECREATION OFFICE FICE WITH EXACT CHANGE OR CHECK ONLY DURING REGULAR BUSINESS S HOURS. Don't forget to reserve a room at the soon for your upcoming graduation party. We have rooms to accommodate small or large groups. Call

19 Page 37 Spotlight...Continued from pg. 19. Science Camps Eureka! The Inventors Camp (ages 6-12) see page 24 for more information Overcome a series of challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors and most important of all your mind! Create catapults and forts, build shelters, bridges, and learn about density. While Thomas Edison said invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration, this camp is 100% FUN! NASA: Academy of Future Space Explorers (ages 6-12) see page 24 for more information From our Earth s atmosphere to the outer reaches of our solar system, this hands-on program sends participants on a quest for exploration! Comets, planets, stars, and more are all waiting to be discovered. Learn about the four forces of flight, the challenges of space travel, and participate in a rocket launch! FARMERS MARKET 2014 Check out the Award Winning "BEST FARMERS MARKET in ALLEGHENY COUNTY"! The Bethel Park FARMERS Market runs every Tuesday from May 6 through October 7, rain or shine. Market hours each week are from 3:00 pm until 7:00 pm. Sports Camps Youth Ultimate Frisbee Camp (ages 6-14) see page 25 for more information Sign up now and learn how to play one of America s fastest growing sports! Ultimate Frisbee combines the running of soccer, passing and covering of football, and pivoting of basketball into one great new game. Players will learn and practice throwing, catching, cutting, and defending skills, as well as team formations and strategies. Camp will include teaching all these new skills plus games, contests, and prizes for a fun-filled sports week!. (Village Green Park Fields) Mighty Kicks Soccer Camp (ages 5-10) see page 24 for more information Children will learn the skills, moves, rules, and joy of playing America s most popular youth sport! Mighty Kicks is designed to encourage young children to build a healthy lifestyle, and offers a high-energy, fun program helping children develop coordination and confidence and utilize their physical energy in a positive way. Theater Camps Theater Camp for Kids (ages 6-10 & 11-14) see page 24 for more information This summer, get the drama out of your house and onto the Stage! Students will enjoy playing creative theater games, to improve character development and improvisation skills, voice projection and enunciation skills. Students will also focus on performing in skits/ a short play to practice their new skills. A performance will be held on the last day of class for family and friends. Art Camps Pirate Adventure Art Camp (ages 5-10) see page 24 for more information Ahoy Mates! Come and create your own pirate treasures in this camp! Junior pirates will make a treasure chest, clay coins, a buried treasure map, and a pirate ship painting along with many more adventurous treasures. Art and Architecture for Children (ages 6-12) see page 24 for more information Frank Lloyd Wright will be our inspiration for this creative class! Students will explore houses, buildings, dwellings, room design and much more. Mechanical pencils, markers and paint will be used to create our skillful projects. Safari Art Camp (ages 5-11) see page 24 for more information Lots of wild animals will be created in this art jungle! We will explore animal prints, lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, and many more African jungle animals in the mediums of drawing, painting, clay and crafts! Nature s Flying Machines (ages 4-8 and 7-12) see page 24 for more information Enter the world where science and art combine! Join us as we have fun learning about natural flyers and other animals that soar! Create your own Camp T-shirt. Use recyclable materials to create a feeder to invite nature s flyers into your own backyard. We will play games, learn about artists, learn art techniques and learn about our natural world. Come join us, have fun exploring our world and the wonderful world of art. Spring has FINALLY arrived and the Farmer s Market is OPEN for business! If you haven t begun planting, there s still plenty of time to get your garden in shape. An abundance of flowers can be found: bedding plants, gorgeous hanging baskets, and herbs will complete your home garden. If it s something tasty that you crave, you can grab dinner or enjoy a snack at the Market. We ve got Gyros, Hotdogs, and a variety of weekly sandwich/meal options. It wouldn t be a Market without samples! You can taste freshly made fudge, yummy cake pops, and tasty muffins. Plain and infused olive oil and vinegars, freshly baked breads, and dried spices are just some of the offerings. Browse the Market and you ll find a large variety of homemade jams & jellies as well as quick breads. To further tempt your taste buds, we ll offer fresh popped Kettle Corn and old-fashioned shaved ices, locally made wines (free samples), pastas, salads, fresh farm milk, brown eggs, and much, much more! Visit us every Tuesday to watch the farmers bring in their locally grown produce. Soon enough it will be time for berries, crunchy corn, and sweet tomatoes. Fresh vegetables will abound. Stay with us through the season as the apples, squash, pumpkins, and gourds will arrive in the fall. There will be cider and fresh honey as well. Your favorite vendors have returned and there are some new ones as well. You ll find us located in the Children s Playground parking lot at the Bethel Park. Don t forget to stop by and REGISTER each Tuesday for our weekly drawing. We will continue to give away gift cards to local restaurants. To receive our weekly e-blast updates, please call the at or send your name and complete address to If you have a local product that meets our guidelines and you would like to apply to be a vendor, we also would love to hear from you! Potential vendors should call or a request to Making plans for the Summer just got a whole lot easier! Additional Camps can be found on pages 24 and 25.

20 Page 38 BETHEL PARK COMMUNITY CENTER 5151 PARK AVENUE The Bethel Park continues to be the center of activity in the community. Frequently reserved for social and professional functions, the facility is well known throughout the South Hills. The, with 40,495 sq. ft. of space, includes areas for special events and meetings, a gymnasium and locker area, an exercise/dance studio, walking track and a separate classroom. The large multi-purpose room has seating to accommodate 300 and is capable of being divided into three separate rooms. The also includes separate youth and adult lounges, game room, catering-style kitchen, stage, and an outside concession area on the lower level to serve the athletic field. Walking trails, playground equipment, and a lighted multi-purpose field are situated on the center s grounds. Call for room reservations or other information. Hours of operation are: Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. Sunday, Noon - 9 p.m. Open gym schedule is posted monthly and is available at the front desk. IN ORDER TO ENSURE SAFETY FOR ALL COMMUNITY CENTER USERS, CHILDREN UNDER 12 MUST BE UNDER DIRECT SUPERVISION OF AN ADULT AT ALL TIMES. Rental Procedures The following procedures must be adhered to when renting any room at the Bethel Park : Rental requests must be submitted in writing and should include: Name, Address, Telephone, Number of Guests Expected, Date Requested, Time Requested, and Purpose of Rental. Pre-printed request forms are available at the front desk. Applicants will receive a letter notifying them if space is unavailable. If space is available for requested rental date, a letter, Reservation Permit, and Terms and Conditions will be returned to applicant for completion. A 25% payment of total charges is required at the time of application submission. The balance of total charges is due at least 30 days prior to event date. Any cancellation 60 days or more from date of initial payment requires forfeiture of 50% of initial payment. Any cancellation within 30 days of approved event requires forfeiture of entire initial payment, up to 50% of total rental charges. Any use of the which requires Municipal staff to stay after the scheduled closing time shall be charged an additional $40 per hour for any portion of an hour that may be needed. Rental rate includes the set-up of tables and chairs. Renters will be responsible to visit the one week in advance of their event to sign-off on all seating/room arrangements. The security/damage deposit should also be paid at this time. Rate: $100 per area rented. Facilities Multipurpose Room This exceptional room can be divided into three separate sections to accommodate small and medium groups. With dividers open, the room can accommodate large group functions. The Multipurpose Room is perfect for wedding receptions, showers, banquets, parties, meetings or other special events. Catering Kitchen Add this room to your rental when meals will be served at your event. Kitchen includes commercial ovens, grill, convection ovens, refrigerator, freezer, warming oven, coffee makers, microwave and dishwasher. Table linens and coffee service are also available for additional fees. Theatrical Stage Does your event need a stage? The Stage may be rented in conjunction with the rental of Room B. Game Room The Game Room has coin-operated games such as pool, pinball, video games, and more, available to residents of all ages to relax and play in a family environment. An adult or guardian must accompany guests under age 12. Youth Lounge A kitchenette, couches, TV, VCR, DVD player, and game tables are all in the Youth Lounge. This is a perfect place for local teens to gather, relax and play a variety of games. Adult Lounge Equipped with a kitchenette, couches, TV, VCR, DVD player, magazines and game tables, the Adult Lounge provides a comfortable atmosphere for anyone 21 years and over to relax, read, enjoy a card game with friends or watch television or a movie. Classroom A large room with tables and chairs to be used for youth and adult Recreation classes or meetings. Gymnasium Includes one full-length and one ½ basketball court; can also be converted to three ½ sized courts. It has a total of eight basketball hoops. Also features three ½ size volleyball courts. Exercise Studio dance classes. A bright and open mirrored area to accommodate a variety of fitness and Elevated Walking Track gymnasium. Features a 1/12 mile cushioned walking track that overlooks the Day Lockers May be used during your visit to the. No locks are permitted to remain overnight.

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