Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Fall Sports, Open Gym, and More at the York Center Park District!

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Open Gym
Preschool Open Gym Does your child love to run around and play? We will run, jump and skip our way through this class. Preschoolers will be able to use different equipment in the gym like scooters, hula hoops and more.
Ages:
3-5 years
Dates:
Thursday, Sept. 4
Time:
11:00-11:45am
Fee:
$8/resident; $10/non-resident
Location:
Gym


Music Mayhem
Music Mayhem Join the York Center Park District for this four week class full of fun! We will sing, and listen to music. Each week we will learn new songs and get a chance to play age appropriate instruments.
Ages:
3-5 years
Dates:
Mondays, Sept. 8-29 (4 weeks)
Time:
11:30am-12:15pm
Fee:
$10/resident; $12/non-resident
Location:
Preschool Room


Gym Time Fun
Burn off some energy in the YCPD gym. We will play with different age appropriate equipment and learn about different sports that will be offered to the preschoolers this fall.
Ages:
3-5 years
Dates:
Tuesdays, Sept. 9-30 (4 weeks)
Time:
11:00-11:45am
Fee:
$10/resident; $12/non-resident
Location:
Gym


This is a league run by women in lacrosse who want to help girls reach their potential in a fun and safe environment. The goals of the program are to teach the rules of lacrosse, promote teamwork and sportsmanship, and foster personal development in a respectful environment led by positive coaching. All players receive equal playing time and play all positions.
Ages:
Pink Levels - Level 1: 3rd/4th grade; Level 2: 5th/6th grade; Level 3: 7th/8th grade
Dates:
Sept 7th-Oct 19th
Time:
4:00-5:00pm
Fee:
$170


Flag FootballHut, hut, hike! Are you ready for some football! Come throw the ball around with friends and work on your throwing and passing skills. Teams will be created each week and we will play scrimmage games. Make sure you are ready to run and have some fun!
Ages:
11-15 years
Dates:
Wednesday, Sept. 17-Oct. 1 (3 weeks)
Time:
4:00-5:00pm
Fee:
$10/resident; $12/non-resident
Location:
Villa Roosevelt Park


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CookieIf you're a cookie lover and have a sweet tooth, this class is for you! You will decorate a variety of different cookies! Dress for a mess when you come to this class.
Ages:
6-10 years
Dates:
Monday, Sept. 15
Time:
3:45-4:45pm
Fee:
$10/resident; $12/non-resident
Location:
Preschool Room


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Super SportsIt's time to learn about different sports! Grab your friends for a pickup game and bring them to the YCPD. We will show you how to play a variety of games such as basketball, soccer, and floor hockey! Make sure you wear your gym shoes and comfy clothes; we will be working up a sweat!
Ages:
6-10 years
Dates:
Tuesdays, Sept. 9-23 (3 weeks)
Time:
4:00-5:00pm
Fee:
$10/resident; $12/non-resident
Location:
Gym

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DodgeballLet's play dodgeball! Participants won't just be playing plain old dodgeball, we will also incorporate games like doctor dodgeball, protect the pin, and wipeout week to week. Teams will be formed every week based on the number of participants.
Ages:
6-10 years
Dates:
Thursdays, Sept. 18-Oct. 2 (3 weeks)
Time:
4:00-5:00pm
Fee:
$10/resident; $12/non-resident
Location:
Gym

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The York Center Park District  

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The York Center Park District also takes phone registration at (630) 629-0886 

 Phone Registration Hours are Monday - Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

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