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Waterford Leisure & Education Opportunities

Fall 2019 Edition

Keywords: education,community

Fall Waterford




Welcome to the



for Fall 2019!


Registration Information........... 11 Business & Finance Youth Special Interest
Putting Your House in Order: Under- Little Chefs................................... 46
Registration Form...................... 12 standing Wills, Trusts and Probate.. 10
Message to the Community............. 5 Voice-Overs . . . Now is Your Time!.10 Adult Fitness
POOL AND FITNESS............ 13 - 27 WERQ Dance Fitness.................... 47
COMMUNITY EDUCATION.. 6-10 Barre Belles.................................. 47
Waterford Mott/Kettering Athletics Locations & Map................ 28 - 31 Melt for Women............................ 47
Running Club.................................. 6 Zumba......................................... 47
Boys Ray Robinson Basketball Registration Information........... 11 Zumba Gold.................................. 47
R.I.P.P.E.D. ................................... 47
League/Clinic (Grades 3 – 8)........ 6 Registration Form...................... 12 50+ Fitness.................................. 47
Girls Basketball League/Clinic – Intro to Tai Chi Workshop............... 50
LIBRARY................................33-38 Basic Self Defense........................ 50
(Grades 3 – 6) ............................ 6 Bracelet Making.......................50-51
Girls Basketball Clinic SENIOR CENTER....................39-40
Special Events
(Grades 6 – 8)............................. 6 PARKS AND RECREATION Big Wheels Keep on Rollin............. 52
Girls Volleyball Clinic Registration .........................41-42 Mom 2 Mom Sale......................... 52
Harvest Happening........................ 52
(Grades 3 – 6)............................. 6 Parent/Child Unicorn Utopia Party...................... 53
Boys Lacrosse Developmental Clinic Bouncing Babies........................... 43 Funtober...................................... 53
Tumbling Toddlers......................... 43 Apple Pie Fundraiser..................... 53
(Grades 3 – 8)............................. 6 Trunk or Treat............................... 53
Softball Developmental Clinic Youth Dance & Fitness Super Hero Party........................... 53
Ballet........................................... 43 Tree Lighting & Santa Celebration.. 53
(Grades 4 – 6)............................. 7 Hip Hop........................................ 43
Advanced Basketball Training Twinkle Toes................................. 43 50+ Programs............................ 55
Music Fun Time............................ 43
(Middle & High School)................. 7 Martial Arts................................... 44 Rental Facilities......................... 56
Tumbling/Gymnastics.................... 44
Creative Arts Advanced Tumbling & Gymnastics.. 44 Waterford Leisure &
Cartoon Workshop.......................... 7 Education Opportunities
Watercolor for Everyone.................. 7 Youth Sports
Instructional Archery..................... 44 August 2019
Enrichment Sports Starz.................................. 44 Volume 12, Issue 3
Challenge Island............................. 8 Instructional Cheerleading............. 44 Published in April, August,
Babysitter Safety............................. 8 Youth Basketball Leagues ............. 45
Self-Defense For Children................ 8 Cheerleading Clinic /Team............. 46 and December
Self-Defense for Women.................. 9 Junior Kickers............................... 46 Published by
Divorce Basics................................ 9 Super Saturday Soccer.................. 46 Waterford School District
Amazing Asian Appetizers................ 9 Little Dribblers.............................. 46 501 N. Cass Lake Road,
Authentic Italian Cannoli.................. 9 Shooting Stars.............................. 46 Waterford, MI 48328-2307
Perfect Pierogies............................. 9 3rd Grade Basketball Pre-Season.. 46
Unstoppable Beauty for Mothers
& Daughters................................. 9
Awaken Your Unstoppable Beauty..... 10
Dog Training................................. 10
Puppy Training.............................. 10
Fluid Art Techniques...................... 10

Community Bulletin Board

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in need of a few volunteer
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wonderful programs and events!

If you are interested in
volunteering please email

Tori Heglin at
[email protected] for more

information. If you have a hobby
interest in photography or if you

want to
strengthen your
portfolio, this is a
great opportunity

for you!


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Message to the Community

T he new school year is upon us and with that brings an opportunity to explore Waterford School District
the variety of classes available through our community education programs. Learn
a new skill, adopt a healthier life style, or enjoy a hobby or passion. Numerous
enrichment classes are offered for adults and children, including health, fitness, finance,
sports, creative arts, and many more! To access information about current classes and
programs, visit You can browse available classes or be the first
in line to register!

Our Pool & Fitness Centers offers a variety of land fitness classes at the Waterford Fitness
Studio and adult aquatic classes in our pools! There’s a class to meet every fitness level.

Do you have a hobby or passion that you would like to share with the community?
Information on teaching community education classes is also available at We maintain a solid set of tradi-
tionally successful classes while continually researching and developing new offerings.
Our goal is to offer opportunities that best meet the needs of our community and promote
the life-long learning. We value your input. Please let us know if you have suggestions for
classes or ideas for enhancing our current offerings.

As you transition from summer to the beauty of a Michigan fall, join the thousands of
individuals that have enrolled in community education classes through the Waterford
School District. We look forward to seeing you in our classrooms, gymnasiums, pools and
fitness centers!

Scott A. Lindberg


Scott A. Lindberg, superintendent

William Holbrook, assistant superintendent

Inspire, educate, and empower our students for their future!


Heather Halls John Paul Torres Bob Piggott
Julie Josselyn Robert Petrusha, Jr. Joan Sutherland


Community Education

Grades 3-6
Participants will learn basic basketball skills, termi-
nology, and the rules to help prepare them for their
season.This is a developmental clinic with some game
play opportunity. Coaches and high school players will
instruct, helping players advance and develop their
skills. T-shirt included.
1923.012 9/24 Tues 6 sessions
6:00-7:30 pm $75 Mott
The running club is designed to introduce your GIRLS BASKETBALL CLINIC
child to the joy of running with a group of peers in a
supervised, constructive format. Participants will Grades 6-8
This clinic is for girls who plan to play middle school
follow a 6 week training program that will culminate basketball. Participants will have an opportunity to
in a 1 mile fun run at Hess Hathaway on Friday,
October 25, 5pm. Participants may purchase a club work on their skills and prepare themselves for the
middle school season. They will learn from an adult
Community Education t-shirt from the coach for $5. instructor and high school basketball players.
1923.001 9/18 Wed 6 sessions
4:00-5:15 pm $30 Beaumont 1923.013 11/13* Wed 7 sessions
7:00-8:00 pm $80 Mason
1923.002 9/18 Wed 6 sessions *No clinic 11/27, or over Holiday Break
4:00-5:15 pm $30 Cooley
1923.003 9/18 Wed 6 sessions
4:00-5:15 pm $30 Donelson Hills BOYS LACROSSE DEVELOPMENTAL CLINIC
Grades 3-8
1923.004 9/18 Wed 6 sessions Learn the fundamentals and skills associated with the
4:00-5:15 pm $30 Grayson
1923.005 9/18 Wed 6 sessions growing sport of Lacrosse. You will have a fun, edu-
cational and engaging experience while being trained
4:00-5:15 pm $30 Haviland by coaches and high school athletes. No experience
1923.006 9/18 Wed 6 sessions
4:00-5:15 pm $30 Houghton or equipment necessary! Both boys and girls are wel-
come. Also, check your school’s newsletter for some
1923.007 9/18 Wed 6 sessions additional after-school offerings for Lacrosse coming
4:00-5:15 pm $30 Knudsen
1923.008 9/18 Wed 6 sessions this fall! T-shirt included.
Grades 3-6 (Session A)
4:00-5:15 pm $30 Riverside 1923.014 9/30 Mon 6 sessions
1923.009 9/18 Wed 6 sessions
4:00-5:15 pm $30 Schoolcraft 5:30-7:00 pm $40 Pierce
Grades 7-8 (Session B
1923.015 9/30 Mon 6 sessions
BOYS RAY ROBINSON BASKETBALL 7:00-8:30 pm $40 Pierce
Participants will learn basic basketball skills, termi-
nology, and the rules to help prepare them for their GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CLINIC
Grades 3-6
season.This is a developmental clinic with some game Participants will begin learning volleyball skills in
play opportunity. Coaches and high school players will
instruct, helping players advance and develop their a developmental clinic setting. The girls are work-
ing with coaches and volleyball players to improve
skills. T-shirt included. their skills. They will learn basic skills, formations,
Grades 3-5 (Session A)
1923.010 9/21 Sat 6 sessions terminology and the rules of the game. As the clinic
progresses and girls are able to display their skills,
9:00-10:00 am $65 Mott there will be some opportunity for game play. Each
Grades 6-8 (Session B)
1923.011 9/21 Sat 6 sessions participant will receive a t-shirt.
1923.020 9/18/19 Wed 6 sessions
10:30 am-12:00 pm $80 Mott 7:00-8:30 pm $80 Mason


Community Education

Grades 4-6
Participants will have the opportunity to develop in
different areas of the game of softball. While attend-
ing different sessions related to the skills and funda-
mentals of softball, participants will be able to devel- CARTOONING WORKSHOP
Grades K-5
op their skills, learn or enhance their techniques, and Instructor: Neal Levin
foster the love for the game. Clinics will be instructed
by high school coaches, athletes, and other mentors Students learn to draw characters and create car-
toons—even if a beginner—with simple instruction
of the game. T-shirt included. and games! Included in the fee are all materials and a
Grades 4-6
(SESSION A- Pitching and Catching Only) booklet to take home. This class is revised each year.
1912.001 9/18 Wed 1 session
1923.016 9/21 Sat 4 sessions 4:00-5:30 pm $19 Houghton
10:00-11:00 am $45 Mott
Grades 4-6 1912.002 9/20 Fri 1 session
4:00-5:30 pm $19 Schoolcraft
(SESSION B- Fielding Only) 1912.003 11/19 Tues 1 session
1923.017 9/21 Sat 4 sessions
11:00 am-12:00 pm $45 Mott 4:00-5:30 pm $19 Riverside Community Education
1912.004 11/22 Fri 1 session
Grades 4-6 4:00-5:30 pm $19 Grayson
(SESSION C- Hitting Only)
1923.018 9/21 Sat 4 sessions 1912.005 12/03 Tue 1 session
4:00-5:30 pm $19 Cooley
1:00-2:30 pm $55 Mott
Grades 4-6
Age 16+
Pitching and Catching, Fielding, and Hitting) Instructor: Cecilia Proulx Phipps
Athletes will bring a lunch and break from 12:00-1:00 pm
1923.019 9/21 Sat 4 sessions Learn to paint with purely transparent colors to cre-
ate stunning paintings of flowers, leaves, sunsets
10:00 am -2:30 pm $110 Mott and more! No prior experience necessary although

ADVANCED BASKETBALL TRAINING painters on all levels are welcome to join the fun!
SESSIONS The first class will demonstrate technique and ex-
Middle & High School Boys and Girls plain supplies needed. Instructor has some paint and
Instructor: Dave Smith, PlayAllBasketball.Net brushes available for purchase.
PlayAllBasketball.Net provides individual and small 1915.001 9/17 Tues 9 sessions
group training for elite and developing athletes. We 6:00-8:30pm $100 Crary Campus
teach basic, intermediate and advanced basketball 9/19 Thurs 9 sessions
skills during structured gym training sessions. Par- 6:00-8:30pm $100 Crary Campus
ticipants improve shooting, dribbling, passing, re-
bounding and techniques in offense and defense.
PlayAllBasketball coaches emphasize teamwork, re-
spect, discipline and responsibility. Students are ex-
pected to achieve measurable improvement. Practice
outside of class time and team play is encouraged to
achieve an improved performance level.

Sessions are on-going. Visit www.playallbasketball.
net for more information. $60 per session.


Community Education

Ages 9+
Instructor: Live Safe Academy, LLC
Learn to be safe and responsible. Build confidence.
Have a competitive edge over other babysitters.
CHALLENGE ISLAND: One day class. Topics include: First aid, when and
Grades 1-6 how to call 911, CPR with manikin practice, choking,
and more! Students who successfully complete the
This enrichment opportunity is on the cutting edge course requirements are certified in Babysitter Safety,
of S.T.E.A.M. education and 21st Century Learning.
Each session kids work in collaborative tribes to tack- CPR and First Aid. Bring a snack.
1914.005 Mon 10/07 1 session
le various STEM/STEAM challenges using only the 5:00-8:00pm $45 Crary Campus
materials in their treasure chests and their bound-
less imaginations. Learn fun facts about sharks while
solving team-based challenges like flying copters, SELF-DEFENSE FOR CHILDREN
Ages 6-11
dropping eggs “safely”, building towers, and sailing Instructor: Live Safe Academy, LLC
wind-powered carts. Register for one session @
$20 or all 4 for only $70. If someone wants to hurt our children, they won’t
Community Education choose a time or a place with witnesses. That means
1812.010 9/27 Sat 1 session no parents, no teachers, no police officers, just our
9:00-10:00am $20 C rary Campus
1812.011 10/05 Sat 1 session children and the predator. The safety of our children
will depend on their ability to recognize a threat and
9:00-10:00am $20 Crary Campus respond effectively. This fun, interactive and age
1812.012 11/02 Sat 1 session
9:00-10:00am $20 Crary Campus appropriate workshop teaches essential, lifesaving
information about the threats facing our children,
1812.013 12/07 Thurs 1 session strategies for prevention and real world techniques
9:00-10:00am $20 Crary Campus
designed to reduce their risk of abductions, assaults,
and other forms of violence. But most of all, these
programs teach students that they have the right to
be safe, that no one has the right to hurt them, and
that their life is worth protecting.
1914.006 Tues 10/22 1 session
5:00-6:00pm $15 Crary Campus


Community Education

Ages 12+ Ages 16+
18 or younger must be accompanied by a Instructor: Andrea Janssen
participating adult In this exciting hands on class you will prepare fresh
Can you defend yourself against a violent attack? cannoli shells from scratch, and we will fry them too!
Do you have the knowledge, skill and confidence to Then you will create a decadent, sinfully sweet ri-
defend your family? You don’t have to spend years cotta and mascarpone cheese filling to stuff them
training in an expensive program. Learn simple, life- with! Cannoli are so expensive to buy, learn how to
saving skills from programs designed to increase make them yourself and save money! Wonderful for
your safety and after only one class. Our hands-on gift giving! Send an email to [email protected] or
courses teach time-tested, realistic methods that call Andrea at 586.549.7648 for a list of supplies to
are easy to learn and remember. Designed to be bring to the class.
safe, this course instills confidence by building on 1917.004 9/11 Wed 1 session
success. You are coached according to your own 7:00-9:30pm $35 Crary Campus
rate of progression. No previous training required.
A great stress relieve and lots of fun. Release and
Hold Harmless Agreement must be signed by legal PERFECT PIEROGIES
Ages 16+
guardian at beginning of class. Instructor: Andrea Janssen Community Education
1917.001 Tue 10/22 1 session
6:30-8:30pm $35 Crary Campus In this fun, hands-on class you will work on your own
to prepare about 2 dozen fresh and delicious piero-
gies overstuffed with your favorite fillings! Learn
DIVORCE BASICS endless ways to flavor your dough and create oth-
Age 18+
Instructor: Diane M. Twitty, PLLC er tempting fillings as well. You will never buy store
brand pierogies again! Send an email to [email protected]
How will divorce affect my children? What will hap- or call Andrea at 586.549.7648 for a list
pen to my assets? What does my financial future look of supplies to bring to the class.
like? These are just a few of the questions asked when 1917.005 11/7 Thur 1 session
considering divorce. Get the answers that you need 7:00-9:30pm $35 Crary Campus
from an experienced Family Law Attorney who knows.
The legal process of divorce, what you need to know
about child custody, asset division, spousal support UNSTOPPABLE BEAUTY FOR MOTHERS
and a number of other divorce related topics will be AND DAUGHTERS
discussed. Spouse may attend at no additional charge. Do you apply your cosmetics and hope for the best?
1818.002 Tues 10/08 1 session Is your daughter now interested in experimenting
7:00-9:00pm $15 Crary Campus with cosmetics? Wouldn’t it be nice to learn from a
professional beauty expert? In this class, moms and
AMAZING ASIAN APPETIZERS their daughters will have a fun time bonding while
Ages 16+ receiving instruction and basic tips on healthy skin
Instructor: Andrea Janssen care and age-appropriate cosmetics application.
Prepare dozens of amazing Chinese egg rolls, pot There is a $2.00 per person material fee paid to the
stickers (Chinese dumplings), Thai spring rolls, and instructor in class. Eleven years and older must be
Vietnamese spring rolls overstuffed with a wonderful accompanied by a participating adult.
beef, beef and pork, or chicken filling loaded with lots 1917.006 10/24 Thur
of freshly chopped veggies and flavorful Asian sea- 6:30-8:30pm $30.00 Per Couple

sonings, all from scratch! Learn how to work with the
wrappers that are used to create these much loved
appetizers. Send an email to [email protected]
or call Andrea at 586.549.7648 for a list of supplies
to bring to the class.
1917.003 9/16 Mon 1 session
7:00-9:30pm $35 Crary Campus


Community Education

Are you bored with your glamour look? Are you frus- Ages 8+
trated with a drawer full of skin care and makeup 18 or younger must be accompanied by a
you’re not using? Or are you intimidated by makeup, participating adult
so you don’t even bother? Do you want a confidence Participants will learn how to create fluid paintings
boost? Register for this course today for a check-up without the use of brushes, easels, or experience. This
from the neck up! In this session, you will experi- class teaches basic fluid art techniques which include
ence what skin care treatments are right for you. dirty pour, string pull, and strainer slide. Participant can
How to properly match foundation. How to conceal choose one or all three techniques to use.
blemishes, scars, dark circles, rosacea and other 1917.010 Oct 16 Wed
imperfections. How to confidently select the perfect 6:30-8:00pm $45 Crary Campus
shade of lipstick, eye shadow and more. Then we’ll
finish with an interactive ten-minute glamour tutorial Business & Finance
to meet even the busiest woman’s individual beauty
Community Education needs. A $2.00 per person material fee paid to the PUTTING YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER: UNDER-
instructor in class.
1917.007 11/7 Thur
6:30-8:30pm $30.00

Age 18+
Dogs 6 months and older, Instructor: Daniel A. Gwinn, B.S., J.D.
Owners Ages 15+ with parent
Instructor: Julie Bennett, Total Dog For over 18 years this popular estate planning class
has helped many Waterford residents put their hous-
Does your dog pull on the leash, jump on people and es in order! Putting your house in order is a good
not come when called? Let’s change all of that! Great
manners, basic obedience and so much more in this idea for adults of any age. You know you need to
prepare your estate plan – but you keep putting it
fun and informative class. Julie Bennett has 30 years off. This year, try a new approach and put your house
of experience and has worked with Cesar Millan, The
Dog Whisper several times. FIRST DAY ONLY MEET in order by learning the essentials of basic estate
planning. You will learn about wills, trusts, powers of
AT 10AM. NO DOGS OR PUPPIES. attorney, joint ownership of assets, health care di-
Bring proof of rabies vaccination.
1917.008 9/28 Sat 7 sessions rectives and the probate process. Previous students
have described this popular course as “fun, informa-
10:30-11:20am $130 Crary Campus tive, and a great presentation.” The instructor is an

PUPPY TRAINING WITH TOTAL DOG experienced attorney with a knack for making the
topics easy to understand, as well as enjoyable. You
Puppies up to 6 months old, are invited to bring your spouse at no extra charge.
Owners Ages 15+ with parent
Instructor: Julie Bennett, Total Dog (If your spouse is attending, his/her name must be
included on the registration form.)
Does your puppy leave you frazzled and frustrated? 1916.001 Tues 10/15 1 session
Let’s get it fixed! Join this comprehensive class to
give your puppy socialization, manners and basic 6:00-8:30 pm $25 Crary Campus

obedience. Chewing, jumping and more. With 30 VOICE-OVERS…NOW IS YOUR TIME!
years of experience, Julie Bennett is Michigan’s only
trainer to have worked with Cesar Milan, The Dog Age 18+
Instructor: Lisa Levine
Whisperer several times. Six months and older bring This class will show you how you can begin using
proof of rabies vaccination. FIRST DAY ONLY MEET
AT 10AM. NO DOGS OR PUPPIES. Proof of rabies your speaking voice for commercials, films, and
videos. Voice-overs can be managed on your own
vaccination for puppy or dog 6 months old or older terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with
1917.009 9/28 Sat 7 sessions minimal overhead! Whether you choose to pursue
voice-overs part-time or full-time, this could be the
9:30-10:20am $140 Crary Campus game changer you’ve been looking for!

1916.002 Mon 10/21 1 session
6:30-8:30 p.m. $25 Crary Campus


Community EducationCOMMUNITY EDUCATION and

· Online at (see below)
· In person at the Pool & Fitness Centers or at Crary Campus.
· By mail: Send the registration form located on page 25 to 501 N. Cass Lake Road,Waterford, MI.
· By fax: 248.706.4888
We accept cash, check, money order, American Express, Visa and MasterCard. Checks should
be made payable to Waterford School District. Returned checks will be subject to a $25 admin-
istrative charge by our office. We offer a 10% discount for adults who are age 60 or older.

Kettering 248.673.9969
Mott 248.674.6360
Beginning registration dates for participants are as follows:
Pool & Fitness Members August 13
Non Members August 17 Community Education
Registration will be during normal business hours at the Pool & Fitness Centers
M-F 5:30 am-9:00 pm, Sat. 7:00 am-6:00 pm, Sun.9:00 am-5:00 pm and
Crary Campus registration hours listed below.

Crary Campus will accept registrations
Beginning August 20 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Refunds: Refunds must be requested in writing at least 10 days prior to the first day of
class for the full amount to be refunded to the participant.

If the request is less than 10 days before the class, a $10 service fee will be deducted
and the remainder credited to the participants Community Education account. The credit
can be used for future classes offered through Waterford Community Education.

If the request is received after the first day of class but prior to the second day of class,
the refund will be prorated and credited to the participant’s Community Education account
and subject to a $10 administrative fee. Refunds will not be issued after the second class.

A full refund will be issued if a class or program is cancelled by Waterford
Community Education.



Go to click on the interactive website link “Request Account”.
Once you have your account you may browse activities and “shop” like other online

buying sites! Follow instructions online to complete the transition. You may also
use this website to view your family’s activity schedule once you are registered!
To view the most current information regarding classes, click on the interactive

website link “View Activities” then activity name.





501 North Cass Lake Road · Waterford, MI 48328
Phone: 248.682.7800 · Fax: 248.706.4888

________________________________________________________________________________________ n Male n Female
Participant’s Last Name First Name Date of Birth


Street Address . City Zip Code Grade (Fall)


Home Phone Cell/Night Phone E-mail to receive copy of receipt

For Camp T-Shirt Only: (circle one) Youth: L Adult: S M L XL XXL

Community Education _________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Community Education
Activity # Course Name Start Date Time Location Fee


Activity # Course Name Start Date Time Location Fee

Completed registration form and payment may be dropped off, mailed, or faxed to the above number.
Checks should be made payable to Waterford School District.

Visa ____ MC ____ Charge Card #____________________________________________ Exp.Date____________ 3 digit Code _______

Charge Customer’s Signature ____________________________________________________________________________________

For Office Use Only

Paid by: Cash _______ Visa# _______________________ MC# ________________________ Check # ________ Amount $________

Date Received______________________ Received by ______________________________________________________


Medical conditions or special needs we should be aware of: ______________________________________________________________

Parent/Guardian Last Name
First Name Address (if different from above)


Parent Work Phone Cell/Night Phone E-mail to receive copy of receipt

Please list individual (other than you) to be called in case of illness/emergency:


Name Relationship Telephone # Telephone #

If you or your child would like to participate in this event, please complete, sign and return the following statement of consent and release of liability.
You remain fully responsible for any legal responsibility which may result from any personal actions. You also authorize and consent to the activity
leader(s) securing medical services including hospitalization to aid you or your child, if in their judgment, such services are necessary. It is also under-
stood that the Waterford School District does not maintain accident medical insurance for injuries that may be associated with this type of activity. It
is your responsibility to provide medical insurance or other financial means of paying for activity related injuries.
Signature:______________________________________________________________Date ________________________________

14 WATERFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT 248.674.3145 OR 248.706.4866


Pool and Fitness

Community Education


Community Education Pool and Fitness



Building healthy minds and bodies through healthy habits
The Waterford Pool & Fitness Centers are your family’s community wellness facilities. It’s never too late to begin
the journey to better health. We are here to help you achieve your healthy lifestyle goals through education,
motivation and support. Memberships and daily passes are available for individuals or families.
Please see the membership ad on page 13 for details.
The Waterford Fitness Studio offers group exercise classes to keep you moving and grooving toward your fitness
goals. It’s conveniently located within the Covert Center across from Mott High School at 1151 Scott Lake Road.
Check out page 17 for more information!
Included in your membership, is your own Wellness Coordinator, at your service! Your membership will begin
with a health assessment and body composition analysis. You will receive a customized program to get you
started, based on your needs, goals, and interests. Your program may include nutrition counseling, exercise
machine orientation, ongoing motivation and support to keep you on track.
For more information, contact Katy Miller, Fitness & Lifestyle Coordinator, at 248-682-0593.

The Waterford Pool & Fitness Centers is now offering older adults a way
to increase their levels of physical activity while motivating them to remain
active. SilverSneakers is the nation’s leading community fitness program
designed exclusively for older adults. SilverSneakers helps older adults
take greater control of their health through a variety of fitness offerings that engages participants in more
frequent strength training, aerobic, and flexibility exercise by providing access to a variety of venues and pro-
gramming designed specifically for older adults. There are more than 14.5 million people eligible for the Silver-
Sneakers benefit through the nation’s leading Medicare Advantage health plans, Medicare Supplement carriers
and group retiree plans. For those members, the benefit is offered at no additional cost.
If your health plan offers Silver Sneakers and you would like more information about the program, please contact
the Waterford Pool and Fitness Centers at 1151 Scott Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48328 or call 248-674-6360 or
248-673-9969. For more information, to check eligibility or enroll, go to

The Waterford Pool and Fitness Centers and The Waterford Fitness
Studio is now offering Silver&Fit® memberships. Silver&Fit is designed
specifically to help older adults achieve better health through regular
exercise and health education. Silver&Fit provides eligible members
with no-cost or low cost fitness memberships and older adult-oriented group exercise classes, through arrange-
ments with certain health plans. Silver&Fit is provided by American Specialty Health Fitness, Inc., a subsidiary
of American Specialty Health Incorporated.
If your health plan offers Silver&Fit and you would like more information about Silver&Fit classes, please contact
the Waterford Pool and Fitness Centers at 1151 Scott Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48328 or call 248-674-6360 or
248-673-9969.You may also visit Silver&Fit at Silver&Fit is a federally registered trademark
of American Specialty Health Incorporated. To find out if you qualify for the Silver&Fit program, contact your health-
care provider and ask about their exercise incentive program, or call Silver&Fit at 877-329-2746, option 8.


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Fitness Center
A fitness center at Mott Campus overlooks the pool and exterior athletic areas.An elevator is accessible.The Center
includes resistance machines and free weights to target muscle groups, cardio equipment including treadmills, up-
right bikes, elliptical, and stair steppers. A cardio theater of flat screen televisions is available for your entertainment
during your workout. Please bring your headphones. All users are expected to wipe down machines after use with
the cleansing wipes provided. Daily use lockers are available. Please bring your own lock.
Locker Rooms
Male and female locker rooms are located at each facility, as well as a family locker room for those needing
privacy or with children of the opposite sex needing supervision. Showers, bathroom facilities, and lockers are
located within the locker rooms. Please bring your own locks if you wish to keep items in the lockers.
Indoor track
Our indoor track is 1/10 of a mile and is located near the Mott Pool and Fitness Center. The walking track is free
for everyone; we just ask that you sign in at the front desk. The newly renovated outdoor track is 1/4 of a mile
and is available for our patrons at the Mott Campus as well.
The Center houses a warm water instructional pool with a handicapped accessible ramp. Average temperature
of the instructional pool is 84-87 degrees. Depths range from 3ft to 4.5ft. The Centers also include an eight lane,
25-yard x 25 meter competitive pool for lap swimming or diving. Average temperature is 80-82 degrees. Depths
range from 4ft to 14ft. We have elevated seating for 400 spectators located on two sides of the competition
pool. One-meter and three-meter diving boards are available for use during select times. In compliance with
ADA recommendations, a handicapped lift is available upon request.


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Seasonal schedules are available at both Pool & Fitness locations for open swim, lap swim and track use. These
schedules are subject to change without advanced notice. Our goal is to provide safe and reasonable access
to all patrons and program participants whenever possible, which may include occasional rental groups. We
appreciate your cooperation.

Kettering High School (KETT) Mott High School (MOTT) Waterford Fitness Studio (WFS)
Pool & Fitness Pool & Fitness Covert Center
2800 Kettering Drive 1151 Scott Lake Road 1150 Scott Lake Road
248-673-9969 248-674-6360 248-682-0593

SCHOOL IN SESSION HOURS Open 15 minutes before &
After Labor Day to After Memorial Day after scheduled classes

*Not open for member or Mon-Fri* 5:30am-9pm
drop-in use unless Sat 7am-6pm
otherwise posted Sun 9am-5pm

After Memorial Day to After Labor Day Open 15 minutes before &
after scheduled classes
*Not open for member Mon-Fri* 5:30-8:30pm
or drop-in use unless Sat 7am-4pm
otherwise posted Sun 9am-3pm

*During the school year Mott pool is closed M-F from 12-3pm, and the Mott Fitness Center remains open.
*Hours are occasionally subject to change. You may contact the service desk at 248-674-6360 or email us at
[email protected] ahead of your arrival for updated information.
Holiday Hours
Facilities are open normal hours unless listed below
Labor Day 2019
• Sat Aug 31: Kett open 7am-3pm. Mott closed
• Sun Sept 1: Mott open 9am-3pm. Kett closed
• Mon Sept 2: Kett, Mott, and WFS closed
Thanksgiving 2019
• Thurs Nov 28: Mott & WFS closed
• Sat Nov 30: Mott open 7am-3pm
• Sun Dec 1: Mott open 9am-3pm
Christmas/New Year 2019/2020
• Tues Dec 24: Mott & WFS closed
• Wed Dec 25: Mott & WFS closed
• Sat Dec 28: Mott open 7am-3pm
• Sun Dec 29: Mott open 9am-3pm
• Tues Dec 31: Mott & WFS closed
• Wed Jan 1: Mott & WFS closed


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Personal Training
Why use a personal trainer? Our certified personal trainers will help you reach your goals faster. With a program
customized just for your needs, you will get the most out of every workout. They provide guidance on proper form
to prevent injuries and the motivation to succeed. Our trainers will perform body composition assessments,
personalized nutrition coaching, and help you push through any plateaus.
For personalized individual or small group quotes call Katy Miller at 248-682-0593.
Birthday Parties
Have a pool party with us! The Pool and Fitness Centers offer a multi-purpose room located right on the pool deck.The
party packages include two hours of room use and swimming for up to 20 guests for $99. A non-member fee of $15
will be applied. A private after-hours party is $200. Please submit requests online or in person AT LEAST two weeks
before your requested date. Requests are processed on a “first come, first served” basis. Please contact Morgan
Ratliff, PFC Service Desk Coordinator, at 248-674-6360 or [email protected] for more information.
Important Pool Area Rules
All patrons of the Waterford Pool and Fitness Centers are subject to following facility rules and etiquette for safety
purposes. Facility rules can be viewed at


All fitness classes are free of charge for Pool & Fitness Center members.
Drop-In Fitness Classes
Do you prefer variety in your workouts or perhaps your schedule varies weekly? Our ‘Drop-In’ classes are perfect
for you. Cards will be available at the service desk for “daily drop-in” purchases.
• F itness Class drop-in fee: $10 for non-members
• F itness Class punch cards for non-members: Purchase 10 visits ($100) and receive the 11th visit free!
For schedules of classes updated monthly, please visit our website at, view our Facebook
page at, stop by the Mott Campus at 1151 Scott Lake Road, Waterford,
48328 during our open hours, or call us at (248) 674-6360.


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All wellness classes are free of charge for Pool and Fitness Center members except when lunch is provided.
Spots may be limited, registration is required.
Please contact the service desk at 248-674-6360 for information on upcoming wellness classes.


All Water Fitness classes are free of charge for Pool and Fitness Center members. Classes ongoing, but sched-
ule is subject to change. Please call the service desk at 248-674-6360 for updated information.
The following information will be effective as of Tuesday, Sept. 3rd.
Drop-In Water Fitness
Do you prefer variety in your workouts or perhaps your schedule varies weekly? Our ‘Drop-In’ classes are perfect
for you. Cards will be available at the service desk for “daily drop-in” purchases. 10% Senior Discount does
not apply to Drop-Ins.
• Arthritis drop-in fee: $4.50 non-members
• Arthritis punch cards for non-members: Purchase 10 visits ($45) and receive the 11th visit free!
• All other Water Fitness classes drop-in fee: $7 for non-members
• All other Water Fitness classes punch cards for non-members: Purchase 10 visits ($70) and receive the 11th

visit free!
We now offer two levels of Arthritis exercise! Beginners should try the Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program,
and those who want a slightly more challenging arthritis class may want to try the Arthritis Plus by WaterART
program. Participants should have enough comfort in a pool to walk in shallow water without assistance for
either class.
For schedules of classes updated monthly, please visit our website at, view our Facebook
page at, stop by the Mott Campus at 1151 Scott Lake Road, Waterford,
48328 during our open hours, or call us at (248) 674-6360.


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The Waterford Pools are seeking qualified applicants for positions including lifeguards, service desk attendants,
swimming instructors, and lifeguard supervisors. Certifications provided at no-cost for active PFC employees.
50% reimbursement of class fees provided to candidates hired by the PFCs following successful completion of
certification. For more information, go to

LIFEGUARD TRAINING- Blended Online Learning Course
This American Red Cross course provides professional training for individuals ages 15 years or older. Upon
successful completion, you receive a Lifeguard Training Certificate, which includes first aid, AED and CPR for
the Professional Rescuer. Participants are required to pass a water skills test the first class. Prerequisites are
treading water with no hands (2 min.), retrieval of a ten-pound brick from the bottom of the pool and completing
a non-stop 300-yard swim (12 lengths). Attendance is required at all classes. Instructor will send the Red Cross
registration information and link for the online orientation once the candidate has registered for the course. Par-
ticipants must read the necessary chapters in the lifeguarding manual and complete the required lessons in the Community Education
blended eLearning component. These must be completed before attending the in-person sessions covering the
same topics. Participants must bring a copy of their progress report to each class. Go to http://www.redcross.
org/participantmaterials and look under ‘Lifeguarding’ for textbook. Registration fee includes $38 Red Cross
class fee, resuscitation mask, and whistle. *Bring your own lunch!
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time Location Fee
1939.001 Sat Oct. 5 9am-5pm KETT $230
Sat Oct. 12 9am-5pm KETT
Sat Oct. 19 9am-5pm KETT
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time Location Fee
2939.001 Fri Dec. 27 9am-5pm KETT $230
Thurs Jan. 2 9am-5pm KETT
Fri Jan. 3 9am-5pm MOTT

For currently certified lifeguards to become a lifeguard instructor. Participants will be required to pass a pre-req-
uisite swimming test, various skills including backboarding, rescues, escapes, CPR for the Professional Rescuer,
standard first aid skills. Participants are required to register with the Red Cross and complete an on-line learning
portion before the course. You will be emailed a link to the online portion of the course once registered with
the facility. Course fee is $150.00 per person, plus the on-line portion fee due to the Red Cross. Attendance is
required at all 3 dates. *Bring your own lunch
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time Location Fee
1949.001 Sat Sept. 7 9am-5pm MOTT $200
Sat Sept. 21 9am-5pm MOTT
Sat Sept. 28 9am-5pm MOTT
1949.002 Sun Oct. 6 9am-5pm MOTT $200
Sun Oct. 13 9am-5pm MOTT
Sun Oct. 20 9am-5pm MOTT


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Participants of this class must be a current Red Cross lifeguarding instructor or a lifeguarding instructor trainer
seeking to renew their certification(s). After registering with the facility, you will receive a link to register with
the Red Cross (at no additional fee) and must complete the online portion of the course before coming to the
course. *Bring your own lunch
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time Location Fee
1939.002 Sat Oct. 26 9a-5pm KETT $60
2939.002 Sat Nov. 16 9a-5pm KETT $60

This course is for former Red Cross lifeguarding instructors whose certifications have expired no more than two
years prior to the beginning of this course. It is also for current lifeguarding instructors from other organizations
who are eligible to participate in this course: YMCA, Ellis, BSA, Starfish Aquatics, Lifesaving Society of Canada,
Canadian Red Cross, and U.S. Lifesaving Association. You must be 19 years old and have either a current Amer-
ican Red Cross lifeguarding/CPR/AED/First Aid certification or an equivalent from another organization. If you
are an LGIT, this will renew your LGI, but not your IT. You will be emailed a link to the online portion of the course
once you are registered. You will also be asked to register with the Red Cross (an additional $35 fee will be due
Community Education to the Red Cross). *Bring your own lunch
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time Location Fee
1949.003 Sat Sept. 21 9am-5pm MOTT Call for info
Sun Sept. 22 9am-1pm MOTT Call for info
1949.004 Sat Oct. 19 9am-5pm MOTT Call for info
Sun Oct. 20 9am-1pm MOTT Call for info

The Water Safety Instructor course certifies swimming instructors to teach Red Cross swimming, diving, and
water safety programs. Successful Water Safety Instructor candidates will receive an American Red Cross Water
Safety Instructor certification valid for two years. Class Prerequisites: Must be minimum age of 16 years old,
demonstrating proficiency in six strokes: front crawl (freestyle), back crawl (backstroke), elementary backstroke,
sidestroke, breaststroke, and butterfly- 25 yards per stroke, tread water for one minute and back float for one
minute. *Bring your own lunch

Cost to facility, does not include $35 registration fee to the Red Cross. Instructor will send the Red Cross regis-
tration information and link for the online orientation once the candidate has registered for the course.

Water Safety Instructor Course- Blended Online Learning Course
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time Location Fee
1939.003 Sat Oct. 5 9am-5pm KETT $200
Sat Oct. 12 9am-5pm KETT
Sat Oct. 19 9am-5pm KETT


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Please contact the Waterford Pool & Fitness Centers at (248) 674-6360 or [email protected] for up to date CPR
class schedules.

Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED: 6 hour course, $70/person
The Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches students to
recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, head,
neck, back injuries, heat and cold emergencies and how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies to
help victims of any age - adults (about 12 years and older) and pediatric (infants and children up to 12 years of
age). Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for Adult and Pediatric First Aid/
CPR/AED valid for two years.

Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED: 3 hour course, $40/person Community Education
The Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches students how to respond
to breathing and cardiac emergencies to help victims of any age - adults(about 12 years and older) and pedi-
atric (infants and children up to 12 years of age). Students who successfully complete this course will receive a
certificate for Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED valid for two years.

NEW! CPR Training at YOUR Facility:
CPR classes taught by our qualified and experienced Red Cross instructors at YOUR facility and for your group
at your convenience. Classes include training in CPR, First Aid, and AED. Contact Pool & Fitness Center Manager
Katie Body at (248) 673-2148 or [email protected] to set up a training at your facility.

This program provides certification for water fitness instructor certification and workshops for continuing edu-
cation credits (CECs). This program is the entry level program for learning how to teach a basic Aquatic Fitness
class. Whether you are new to the water, a lifeguard or just want to become an aquatic fitness Instructor - this
is the program you should begin with. We will explore a variety of movements, techniques and basic body
and working positions for both shallow & deep water depths. This intensive training will provide leaders with
functional techniques to design safe and effective sessions for a variety of ages, fitness and skill levels. This
foundation program will provide you with a complete overview of how to facilitate a safe, effective and enjoyable
general group exercise program. You will experience both theory (classroom) and practical (pool) applications to
build a well-balanced program which includes exercises to target the cardiovascular system as well as balance
the body with stretching, posture and strengthening exercises. NO experience necessary just a love of the water
and helping people to move. You will have up to four months after the training to complete the examination
process. All exams and marking templates are in the manual to help become successful as a Certified Instructor.

Information regarding CECs, pricing for Workshops and Registration contact WaterART Fitness International Inc.
Phone: 1-866 5 GET WET (1-866-5-438-938) or email us for questions: [email protected]

Day (s) Date(s) Time Location Fee
Sat Sept 14 9am-5pm Mott See website
Sun Sept 15 9am-5pm Mott


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Private and semi-private customized swim lessons are available for those desiring a more personalized learning
experience or lessons outside of our group schedule times.
Code Lesson Location Member Non-member
1643.001 30 Minute Private MOTT $20 $25
1643.002 30 Minute Semi-Private
(2 students, same ability level) MOTT $30 $35

JUNIOR SWIMMING FOR FITNESS For those having taken LTS 4 or equivalent
Junior Swimming for Fitness is a higher level course for students who wish to further develop their strokes,
as well as build swimming endurance. Skills necessary for competitive swimming and pre-lifeguarding will be
taught in order to prepare students for all potential future aquatics options. Students must have completed
at least one session of our LTS 4 course, or pass a pre-test administered by instructor. Registration starts
Community Education 8/19/19 for members 8/22/19 for non-members
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.001 Mon & Wed 9/9 6:10-7:05pm 12 KETT $60 $70
2933.001 Mon & Wed 10/28 6:10-7:05pm 12 KETT $60 $70

PARENT-CHILD Ages 6 months-3 years
atmosphere in which to become familiar with the water. The focus of the class will be learning swim basics
(blowing bubbles, reaching & pulling, kicking, etc.) while singing and playing games in the water! There will be
an emphasis on water safety. Registration starts 8/19/19 for members and 8/22/19 for non-members
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.002 Mon 9/9 5:30-6:05pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1943.001 Tues 9/10 5:30-6:05pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
1933.003 Wed 9/11 5:30-6:05pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1933.004 Sat* 9/14 9:30-10:05am 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.002 Mon 10/28 5:30-6:05pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2943.001 Tues 10/29 5:30-6:05pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
2933.003 Wed 10/30 5:30-6:05pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.004 Sat* 11/2 9:30-10:05am 5 KETT $40 $50
*Lessons will be at Mott on Sat. 9/28 & Sat. 12/7. No lessons on Sat. 11/9


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PRESCHOOL AQUATICS: Levels: PA1, PA2, PA3 Ages 3-5 years
These are the first classes for preschool children without their parents in the water. Children will learn to be
comfortable with their faces in the water. Beginning water skills like blowing bubbles, floating, submerging, kick-
ing, reaching, pulling, treading water, jumping from the side and WATER SAFETY are emphasized. Due to safety
concerns around water, children should be at least three years old to take this class so that they can follow
directions and have an attention span that enables group learning. Some three-year olds may be more com-
fortable in our parent/tot class. Registration starts 8/19/19 for members and 8/22/19 for non-members

Suitable for those not yet comfortable putting faces in water. This class is similar to the LTS1 level, but for
children younger than 6 years old.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.005 Mon 9/9 5:30-6:05pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1943.004 Tues 9/10 4:45-5:20pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
1933.006 Wed 9/11 5:30-6:05pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1933.007 Sat* 9/14 8:45-9:20am 6 KETT $45 $55
1933.008 Sat* 9/14 9:30-10:05am 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.005 Mon 10/28 5:30-6:05pm 6 KETT $45 $55 Community Education
2943.002 Tues 10/29 4:45-5:20pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
2933.009 Wed 10/30 5:30-6:05pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.007 Sat* 11/2 8:45-9:20am 5 KETT $40 $50
2933.008 Sat* 11/2 9:30-10:05am 5 KETT $40 $50
*Lessons will be at Mott on Sat. 9/28 & Sat. 12/7. No lessons on Sat. 11/9

Suitable for those ready to learn beginning floating and swimming on the front and back. This class is similar to
the LTS1 and beginning LTS2 levels, but for children younger than 6 years old.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.010 Mon 9/9 4:45-5:20pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1943.002 Tues 9/10 5:30-6:05pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
1933.009 Wed 9/11 4:45-5:20pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2943.003 Mon 10/28 4:45-5:20pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2943.009 Tues 10/29 5:30-6:05pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
2933.026 Wed 10/30 4:45-5:20pm 6 KETT $45 $55

Suitable for those who can float and swim a few strokes independently. This class continues to work towards
improving distance and form for PA2 preschool swimmers and also works on building better form, increased
distance and learning additional swimming skills for PA3 swimmers.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.012 Sat* 9/14 8:45-9:20am 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.010 Tues 9/10 4:45-5:20pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
2933.012 Sat* 11/2 8:45-9:20am 5 KETT $40 $50
2943.010 Tues 10/29 4:45-5:20pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
*Lessons will be at Mott on Sat. 9/28 & Sat. 12/7. No lessons on Sat. 11/9

Suitable for building proficiency in swimming on the front with breathing, learning the elementary backstroke,
treading water, and increasing swimming distances. Comparable to LTS2, but for children younger than 6 years old.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.013 Mon 9/9 4:45-5:20pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1933.026 Wed 9/11 4:45-5:20pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.013 Mon 10/28 4:45-5:20pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.027 Wed 10/30 4:45-5:20pm 6 KETT $45 $55


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LEARN TO SWIM Ages 6-13 years
These classes are designed for children ages 6-13 that have a longer attention span and endurance levels than
preschoolers. The classes typically increase skill difficulty and require greater endurance as a child progresses
through the levels. Registration starts 8/19/19 for members and 8/22/19 for non-members
LTS2-Advanced Beginner
LTS4-Stroke Development

LTS1 Ages 6 & up
This is an introductory course for students who have difficulties putting their faces in the water, floating, picking
their feet up off the bottom. Students work on becoming more comfortable in the water, learn how to put their
faces in and bob. Floating on both the front and back are taught as are beginning reaching and pulling, floating
on both the front and back, gliding, going under water, and using forward locomotion. There is a strong empha-
sis on SAFETY in and around the water.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.014 Mon 9/9 6:15-7pm 6 KETT $45 $55
Community Education 1943.005 Tues 9/10 6:15-7pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
1933.015 Wed 9/11 6:15-7pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1933.016 Sat* 9/14 10:15-11:05am 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.014 Mon 10/28 6:15-7pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2943.005 Tues 10/29 6:15-7pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
2933.015 Wed 10/30 6:15-7pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.016 Sat* 11/2 10:15-11:05am 5 KETT $40 $50
*Lessons will be at Mott on Sat. 9/28 & Sat. 12/7. No lessons on Sat. 11/9

LTS2 Ages 6 & up
Students ideally should be able to swim approximately about 10-15 feet before entering the class. They should be
able to float on both the front and back. In this level, the front crawl and rotary breathing are taught and improved.
Elementary backstroke arms and occasionally the elementary backstroke kick is taught and improved. Students will
learn rolling over front to back and back to front comfortably and then how to progress. Basic treading water moves
are introduced at this level. To pass, students will need to swim approximately 25-30 feet, roll over and float for 15
seconds, roll back to front and continue swimming to the start. Water safety is emphasized.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.017 Mon 9/9 6:15-7pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1943.006 Tues 9/10 6:15-7pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
1933.018 Wed 9/11 6:15-7pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1933.019 Sat* 9/14 10:15-11:05am 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.017 Mon 10/28 6:15-7pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2943.006 Tues 10/29 6:15-7pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
2933.018 Wed 10/30 6:15-7pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.019 Sat* 11/2 10:15-11:05am 5 KETT $40 $50
*Lessons will be at Mott on Sat. 9/28 & Sat. 12/7. No lessons on Sat. 11/9


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LTS3 Ages 7 & up
To enter LTS3 Intermediate, a student should be able to swim approximately 20-25 feet doing the front crawl,
roll over and float for 15 seconds, return to their front and swim to the starting point. They should know the arms
for the elementary backstroke, have some skill with rotary breathing. In this course the front crawl is improved.
The elementary backstroke and treading are taught and emphasized, and must be mastered to pass. 2 basic
dives are taught. Endurance skills are begun at this level. Water safety will be emphasized.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.020 Mon 9/9 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1943.007 Tues 9/10 7:10-8pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
1933.021 Wed 9/11 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1933.022 Sat* 9/14 11:15am-12pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.020 Mon 10/28 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2943.007 Tues 10/29 7:10-8pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
2933.021 Wed 10/30 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.022 Sat* 11/2 11:15am-12pm 5 KETT $40 $50
*Lessons will be at Mott on Sat. 9/28 & Sat. 12/7. No lessons on Sat. 11/9

LTS4 Ages 8 & up Community Education
To enter LTS4 a student should be able to jump into deep water, tread water for a minute, and can swim 25
yards doing the front crawl and/or the elementary backstroke. They need to have reasonable skill with both
strokes. They should know how to tread and do a kneeling dive and a seated dive. The sidestroke, back crawl,
breaststroke, and butterfly are introduced in this course as are further forms of diving and various surface dives
and turns. Water safety will be emphasized.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1933.023 Mon 9/9 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1943.008 Tues 9/10 7:10-8pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
1933.024 Wed 9/11 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
1933.025 Sat* 9/14 11:15am-12pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.023 Mon 10/28 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2943.008 Tues 10/29 7:10-8pm 6 MOTT $45 $55
2933.024 Wed 10/30 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2933.025 Sat* 11/2 11:15am-12pm 5 KETT $40 $50
*Lessons will be at Mott on Sat. 9/28 & Sat. 12/7. No lessons on Sat. 11/9

Helps participants gain basic aquatic skills such as breath control, learning to float on the front and back,
and the beginning basics of the front crawl and elementary backstroke, rotary breathing, treading water, and
also may begin additional swimming strokes. Registration starts 8/19/19 for members and 8/22/19 for
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1939.004 Mon 9/9 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2939.003 Mon 10/28 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55

ADULT - Improving Skills & Swim Strokes Ages 15 & up
Participants must be comfortable in chest keep water, able to put their faces in the water, be able to do strokes
that can be recognized such as the front crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, back crawl. This course
improves participants’ proficiency in basic aquatic skills and the six basic swimming strokes. Registration
starts 8/19/19 for members and 8/22/19 for non-members
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
1939.005 Wed 9/11 7:10-8pm 6 KETT $45 $55
2939.004 Wed 10/30 7:10-8pm 5 KETT $40 $50


Community Education Pool and Fitness

Infant Self Rescue Lessons (ISR)
Infant Swimming Resource lessons are offered to children ages 6 months and up. You child
will learn to become an aquatic problem solver. ISR Survival Swim Lessons are achieved
through fully customized, safe and effective, one-on-one lessons with only your child and
the Instructor in the water. ISR emphasizes competence, which leads to confidence, and
provides the foundation for a lifetime of enjoyment in and around the water. What your child
will learn depends on his or her age
and developmental readiness, but
in all cases, at minimum, your child
will learn to roll onto his or her back
to float, rest, and breathe, and to

maintain this position until help arrives
For more information and to schedule lessons, please
contact Kim Moore at 248-662-8868 or email
[email protected] You may visit the website at


Bravo! Diving is a year-round competitive diving club for all ages. Our club offers classes for all levels of divers
starting with beginner or learn to dive, continuing through Junior Elite competitive team. Each diver will be taught
proper safety on the diving board along with technique and mechanics while learning jumps, dives, flips and
more! Diving is a wonderful sport that helps to build self-esteem, hand eye coordination and special awareness.
Please visit for more information!
All Bravo! Lesson program members MUST join USA Diving annual fee to participate in the class. The USA Diving
fee is a yearly fee of $12 for a limited athlete which will provide insurance coverage for the diver from September
1, 2019 - August 31, 2020. Please list Bravo! Diving as your registered club.
(You can visit website for directions to register.)
Note: Please check for any cancelations or corrections of days/times.



This level is for beginner level divers, anyone with little or no experience in springboard diving. Anyone who can
swim to the side of the pool once they have jumped off the board can participate in the class. Divers will have
instruction on proper basics and mechanics on the 1 meter diving board, including jumps, hurdles and basic
dives. This level runs monthly.

1x week (4 lessons) $90
2x week (8 lessons) $125

Choice of days: Time
Mon 5-6:15pm
Wed 5-6:15pm
Sun 12-1:15pm


Pool and Fitness

This level is for divers who were successful in our Learn to Dive group. As well as having a good attitude towards
learning, these divers are those who wish to continue to pursue this sport. Divers should know their jumps and
skills from 1 meter and 3 meter along with front dive, back dive and inward dive on 1 meter. The divers will
have instruction on deck work for core strength training, trampoline and diving on both the 1 meter and 3-meter
diving boards. Participate in local meets will be encouraged. This level is run monthly.

2x week (8 lessons) $135

Choice of days: Time
Mon 5-6:30pm
Tues 5-6:30pm
Wed 5-6:30pm
Sun 12-1:30pm

TEAM DIVING Community Education
This level is for divers who are committed to the sport of diving. They are ready and willing to learn the dives
necessary to be competitive in their age group. Divers should know their required dives and flips in all groups
on both 1 meter and 3 meter boards. The divers will have instruction on deck work for core strength training,
trampoline and diving on both the 1 meter and 3-meter diving boards. Participate in local meets is required as
part of this group. This level is run monthly.

Team fee $135

Choice of days: Time
Mon 6:30-8pm
Tues 6:30-8pm
Wed 6:30-8pm
Sun 1:30-3pm

This class is designed for those divers who wish to compete or already have a competitive high school list who
wish to maintain their skills in the off season. Divers will mainly focus on the 1 meter spring board to prepare for
their diving seasons, working on improvement of their current dives and skills. Participation in local meets will
be encouraged. This level is run monthly.

2x week (8 lessons) $175

Choice of days: Time
Mon 6:30-8:30pm
Tues 6:30-8:30pm
Wed 6:30-8:30pm
Sun 1:30-3:30pm



248.674.5441 •

WATERFORD MAP & LOCATIONS 248.674.5441 • 29


Picnic Shelter Ball Field Basketball Soccer Fields Nature Trails Leashed Pets Wildlife Viewing Meeting Room

Play Area Volleyball Campfire Area Fishing Restrooms Horseshoes Grill Canoe Launch

PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES22448.8.66774.4.55444411••wwwww.w.wwaatteerrffoorrddmim.i.ggoovv//ppaarrkkssaannddrreecc
1. RECREATION CENTER - 5640 Williams Lake Road, Home of 50+ programming and general recreation activities.
2. WATERFORD TOWNSHIP LIBRARY - 5168 Civic Center Drive, Offering Adult, Teen & Children’s

programs and classes.
3. WATERFORD CIVIC CENTER - 5200 Civic Center Drive (52.2 acre site) The Main Parks and Recreation

office, other Township Offices and soccer fields are housed on this campus. The Warming House rental
facility is located here at 5050 Civic Center Drive.
4. DRAYTON PLAINS NATURE CENTER (DPNC) - 2125 Denby Drive (139 acres). Interpretive nature
center building houses wildlife for viewing.
5. HESS-HATHAWAY PARK (HESS) - 825 S. Williams Lake Road (167 acres). NO PETS ALLOWED.
“All Kids Playground”, historic farmhouse and barn, farm animals on display and community garden.
Group hayrides and animal tours available by appointment.
6. CLINTON RIVER CANOE SITE - 5971 Elizabeth Lake Road (8 acres)
7. ELIZABETH LAKE WOODS PARK – Access available off Lochaven Road and off River Ridge Drive
(340 acres). Limited parking.
8. FISH HATCHERY PARK - 4490 Hatchery Road (6.3 acres). Home to the Waterford Historical Society's
historic village and museum.
9. HERRINGTON PARK - 1216 Lochaven Road (35 acres)
10. LIONS PARK - 4250 Fenmore Avenue (26.5 acres)
11. MACEDAY LAKE PARK – Access off Rich Drive includes bird sanctuary (7 acres). Parking is limited to 2 cars.



12. MARION STREET PARK – located at the end of Marion Street off Elizabeth Lake Road (18 acres).
Limited parking.

13. OPTIMIST PARK (OPT PK) - 5320 Elizabeth Lake Road (10 acres)

14. ROTARY PARK - 5485 Tubbs Road (33 acres)

15. SHELL PARK - 4373 Dixie Highway (13 acres)

16. CLINTON RIVER SOUTH - 5250 Cass-Elizabeth Lake Road (36 acres). Wetland area surrounding
Haviland Elementary School along both sides of the Clinton River. Limited parking.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 224488.6.67474.5.544441 1• •
17. BEAUMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 6532 Elizabeth Lake Road
18. COOLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 2000 Highfield Road 3311
20. GRAYSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 3800 W. Walton Boulevard
21. HAVILAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 5305 Cass Elizabeth Road
22. HOUGHTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 8080 Elizabeth Lake Road
23. KNUDSEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 5449 Crescent Road

27. MASON MIDDLE SCHOOL - 3835 W. Walton Boulevard. Facilities: Track, one baseball and two softball

fields, outdoor basketball court, one football/soccer field, three tennis courts and gymnasium.
28. PIERCE MIDDLE SCHOOL - 5145 Hatchery Road. Facilities: Track, gymnasium, baseball and softball

field, football field & soccer field.

29. WATERFORD KETTERING HIGH SCHOOL (WKHS) - 2800 Kettering Drive. Facilities: Fitness Center with

pools, track, one baseball field, two softball fields and gymnasium.
30. WATERFORD MOTT HIGH SCHOOL (MOTT) - 1151 Scott Lake Road. Facilities: Fitness Center with

pools, track, two baseball fields and gymnasium.

31. WATERFORD FITNESS STUDIO/COVERT CENTER - 1150 Scott Lake Road. Facilities: Fitness studio,

soccer field.

Waterford School District Administration Offices.
WATERFORD COMMUNITY EDUCATION - 501 N. Cass Lake Rd. Enrichment, fitness and career
training classes. Facilities: Baseball and softball fields, football/soccer field and gymnasium.
33. WATERFORD SENIOR CENTER - 3621 Pontiac Lake Road. Enrichment classes, health and support
services offered.

Community Education

Community Education


Waterford Township PUBLIC LIBRARY


Joan Rogers, director HOURS: 9:00am - 9:00pm
Jean Hansen, adult and outreach services Mon - Thurs CLOSED
Cynthia Walker, children’s services Friday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Jonathan Deahl, circulation services Saturday 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Click on the Library!

Holiday Closings: The library will be closed Sunday Sept. 1 and Monday Sept. 2 for Labor Day weekend,
Monday October 14 for Columbus Day, Monday November 11 for Veterans Day, and Thursday November 28 for
Used Book Donations: Used books in good condition can be dropped off in the Library’s Community Room on
the second Saturday of each month between 10:00am and 1pm
Used Book Sales: The Friends of the Library will hold book sales on: Saturday October 5, 10am – 4:30pm
and Sunday October 6, 1-4pm, Bag sale 2-4pm, and the weekend of Saturday December 7, 10am-4:30pm and
Sunday December 8, 1-4pm, bag sales 2-4pm.
Our website: (where you can search our catalog, place holds, check your account and
renew your items)
Subscribe to our email newsletter:
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All library programs are sponsored with the generous support of the Waterford Friends of the Library.

Have you joined the Waterford Township Friends of the Library? Library lovers are invited and encouraged to join
the Friends group. These dedicated volunteers:
• advocate for our public library
• raise much needed funds
• sponsor programs and special events, and
• host popular used book sales
Membership brochures/applications are available at the Library’s Circulation Desk.
If you have special needs that may impact your participation in any library program for any age, please contact
the library at least 10 days in advance.
OUTREACH: Home Delivery Service
Waterford residents who are temporarily or permanently confined to their homes may call the library for home
delivery of audiobooks, large print books, regular print books, or DVDs. Please call Jean Hansen at 248-618-
7682 if you are interested in this service.
You can get email reminders for programs you’ve signed up for, and even cancel your own registration if you
wish. Use our calendar of events to register:


Library • Adult Programs

**Registration is required for most adult library programs. Please call 248-618-7694, or come in, or go
online to register.**

Fluid Art Painting - Wednesday, September 18 at 6:30 pm
Self-taught fluid artist Farra Rust will teach you how to create a whimsically colorful tile. We’ll keep the tiles
here at the library for a day or two until they are dry enough for you to take home. Supplies will be provided.
Registration required.

The History of Tiger Stadium - Thursday, September 26, 6:30pm
Doc Fletcher, author of The History of Tiger Stadium: A Love Letter to Baseball at Michigan & Trumbull, will share
stories about the characters on the field, in the stands, and those in the neighborhoods surrounding the ballpark,
as well as about the broadcasters who brought the action to us.

Soon to Retire? How to Live on a Fixed Income - Tuesday, October 1, 11am – 12pm
A workshop for the newly retired and the soon to be retired. The content will focus on how to create a budget
that works and tips on saving money. Special focus for widows/ widowers handling personal finances for the
first time.

Social Security – Wednesday October 2, 7pm
What claiming options are available? How are benefits taxed? Learn what survivor and retirement benefits are
available to your family. Learn why you may want to collect early - or not.
Presented by an instructor from the Cygnet Institute of Personal Financial Literacy, a non-profit organization.
Which means this class comes with no sales pitch.

Learn to Meditate - Wednesday evenings
October 16, 23, 30 and November 6, 7pm - 8:30pm
A four week program presented by The Heartfulness Institute.

Library Poetry and Prose open mic – Saturday October 19, 2pm-4pm
Do you have poetry or prose you want to share with the public? A slam you love to perform, an essay which
needs to be heard? Do you enjoy listening to fine writing, experiencing art performance? If so, then come join
local writers as they read their works and share the joy and artistry of the written word. Presented by the Water-
ford Writers Workshop and Oakland Fiction Writers writers groups.

Strange, Spooky, Wicked Michigan - Thursday, October 24 at 7:00 pm
Explore the mysterious side of Michigan and learn about the state’s haunted history, spooky legends, forgotten
true crime, strange places, bizarre creatures and more with researcher and author Amberrose Hammond. She
has researched legends, ghost stories, haunted places, old true crime and other topics in Michigan since 2000.
She owns and curates Michigan’s Otherside (, a website exploring all things
strange and unusual in the Great Lakes state and is the author of Ghosts & Legends of Michigan’s West Coast,
Wicked Ottawa County, and Wicked Grand Rapids. She is also a co-host on the podcast Ghostly Talk.

Retro Video Game Day - Saturday October 26, 2:00pm – 3:30pm
in the Community Room & Conference Room
Enjoy a retro video game open play! Test out several old school video games, like Atari, Sega Genesis, and more.
No registration required.

Waterford Genealogical Society Fall program - November 2nd 1pm-4pm.
Kris Rzepczynski from the Michigan Archives will be presenting 3 fact filled programs.
1pm-2pm The new “Michiganology” site roll out.
2pm-2:30pm Little Used or Forgotten Resources, a mini session.
3pm-4pm Wills, Chills & Thrills: Digging into Probate Records.
These presentations are for beginners to intermediate level. Light refreshments will be available. Free and open
to the public. Please register. A joint program of the Waterford Public Library & Waterford Genealogical Society


Library • Adult Programs Library

Guardians of Detroit: Architectural Sculpture in the Motor City
Thursday, November 14, 7:00 pm
Join us for a presentation by Jeff Morrison, historian, photographer, and author of Guardians of Detroit: Archi-
tectural Sculpture in the Motor City. The presentation features more than 100 spectacular close-up pictures
of architectural sculpture from throughout the city of Detroit. You will learn about the symbolism behind the
ornamentation and hear some of the untold stories of the artists, artisans, and architects involved in its creation.
The Guardians of Detroit book and coloring book will be available for purchase before and after the presentation.
Jigsaw Puzzle Competition - Saturday, November 16, 10:30am – 1:30pm
Teams will compete to be the fastest at assembling a 500-piece jigsaw puzzle! Think you can lead your team to
victory? Register as a team of 2-4 people. Prizes awarded for the quickest team and the runner-up. Teams have
three hours to complete their puzzle. Puzzle-building begins promptly at 10:30am.
Books and Brags
We’d like to highlight real-life ways that library books (and online resources) have helped you. Did you use a
cookbook to bake a cake for a special occasion? Did you pass your SATs with flying colors using one of our
resources? Did your child learn how to do origami using a book from the Children’s Department? Submit a
picture showing the result of how a library resource helped you achieve something. Examples: A good grade on
a report, a selfie of you working on your car, a photo from a family vacation, etc., and let us know which book(s),
magazine, or online resource(s) you used. Photos may be submitted in person at the Adult Reference desk, sent
to [email protected], or tag us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. We will share the photos on social
media and in the library.
Adult Movie Matinees
Join us for a series of free afternoon movie matinees. Most titles run between 90 to 120 minutes. Popcorn will
be provided, but you may also bring your own snacks and drinks. Please, no alcoholic or uncovered beverages.
Registration is not required.
Mystery Movie -Thursday, August 22nd from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Viewers won’t know the title until the movie starts. We’ll give clues each week for the three weeks leading up to
the movie. Check back in early August for your first clue.
Bohemian Rhapsody (PG-13)- Thursday, September 26th from 2:00 pm – 4:15 pm
This movie chronicles the life of Freddie Mercury, the legendary singer of one of the all-time greatest and most
influential bands, Queen.
Audience Choice - Thursday, October 24th from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
From January through September, audience members have been voting on the movie they want to see this
month. Which movie will be the Audience Choice pick? Check back in late September to see!
Michigan Libraries for Life – Thursday, October 10 through Wednesday, October 16
If you could save a life, would you? Most people would say “Yes!” without hesitation. One of the simplest ways to
save and improve lives is by supporting organ, tissue, and eye donation. Since 2010, libraries across Michigan
have participated in a simple and effective campaign to educate patrons about donation and transplantation and
to give them an opportunity to join the Michigan Organ Donor Registry. The campaign is called Michigan Librar-
ies for Life. This statewide campaign, which includes public, academic, special and hospital libraries of all sizes,
has inspired nearly 4,000 people to sign up as donors! Seeking volunteers to staff an information table in the
Library’s Circulation Lobby over these dates. Interested? Please contact Kim Wilcox - [email protected]
Knitting Group
Every Wednesday, 10am – 12pm, Community Room
Share patterns, exchange project ideas, and socialize while you knit! Bring your own supplies. Refreshments
will be provided.
Poetry Writers’ Workshop
August 15, September 19, October 17, November 21, December 19
Local poet and teacher Glen Armstrong leads this monthly poetry workshop. Bring paper and a pen/pencil; leave
with a poem. The workshop meets the third Thursday of each month at 6 pm in the Library’s Conference Room.


Library • Adult Programs

Classes are held in the Conference Room using laptops owned by the library. Class size is limited to 7 people.
Registration is required.

Computer Basics for the Computer Shy • Saturday, October 5, 10:15 am
We’ll cover the absolute basics of a computer, including the parts, procedures for use, and how to move a
mouse. This class is for complete computer BEGINNERS!

Internet 101 • Saturday, October 12, 10:15 am
We’ll cover the basics of getting online, viewing web pages, and doing basic internet searches. This class is for
internet BEGINNERS who have basic computer knowledge about how to move a mouse.

Using Email • Saturday, October 26, 10:15 am
We’ll cover composing new messages, deleting, forwarding, how to search your email, how to do attachments
and maybe more. For people who already have an email account.

Basic Microsoft Word 2016 • Saturday, November 2, 10:15 am
We’ll cover entering data, basic formatting and copy/paste. This is for people with basic computer knowledge.

Introduction to Excel 2016 • Saturday, November 9, 10:15 am
We’ll start with an overview of Excel, and go over how to enter and edit data in cells, formatting cells, and basic
formulas such as addition and subtraction. Basic computer knowledge and familiarity with Microsoft Word and/
or other Microsoft Office application(s) are prerequisites for this class.

Intermediate Excel 2016 PART 1 AND PART 2
PART 1 Saturday, November 23 • 10:15am Covering conditional formatting and math, date, and text func-
tions, and Names on the Formula menu. Also filtering and sorting from the Data menu. Please register for both
part 1 and part 2 of this class.
PART 2 Saturday, November 30 10:15am Covering lookup, reference and logical functions on the Formula
menu. Advanced filtering, grouping, data validation, and goal seeking from the Data menu.
Ask the “Tech Guy”
Saturday, September 21 1:30pm - 4pm
Library Saturday, October 19 1:30pm - 4pm
Saturday, November 16 1:30pm - 4pm
Computer/technology help. One-on-one assistance with your own device or computer (bring it in with you). Our
library computer technician will do his best to troubleshoot your problem, answer your questions, or advise you
on what to do. Held in the Group Study Room for these dates.
*Please make a half-hour appointment* by calling or coming in to the adult desk. Registration required.

Thursday Evening Book Discussion:
Thursday, September 12 – Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi
Thursday, October 10 – Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America’s Shining Women by Kate Moore
Thursday, November 14 – This month we’re doing something different. We’ll be attending Guardians of Detroit
author Jeff Morrison’s presentation in the Community Room at 7:00. RSVP by contacting the Adult Reference
Desk by phone at 248-618-7693 or stopping by next time you’re at the library.
Thursday, December 12 – Holiday potluck gathering. Bring a dish - snack or dessert, homemade or store-
bought - to pass and tell us the best book you read in 2019 (whether or not it was an Evening Book Discussion
Group selection). At the end you’ll receive a typed-up list of everyone’s favorites for when you’re looking for
something to read. No registration required.

Monday Afternoon Book Discussion:
Meets the third Monday of each month at 1pm in the Community Room except when the third Monday is a
holiday, then we meet the fourth Monday. Stop by the Adult Reference Desk to pick up a copy of the book.
Monday, September 16 – News of the World by Paulette Jiles
Monday, October 21 – Inheritance by Dani Shapiro
Monday, November 18 – Dark Matter by Blake Crouch


Library • TeenPrograms Library

Library Garden Club
Meetings are on the second Wednesday of the month. April through November, meetings preceded by work
bee in the Children’s Sensory Garden and the Rain Garden from 4:30p-6:00p. January and February meet from
6:30p-8:00p offering a seminar or workshop on gardening topics. No cost to you beyond a few hours of your
time and energy for the monthly work bees. Want to be added to the email distribution list? Send a request to
[email protected]
Teen programs are for 6th through 12th graders and registration is required unless otherwise indicated.
Please call 248-618-7693, come in, or go online to register.
September is Library Card Sign-up Month
New school year, new clothes, new supplies….new library card! 6th – 12th graders who get a library card in
September will be able to pick out a paperback book at the Adult Reference desk. Parents or legal guardians
must apply for library cards for kids under 18. This offer is valid only for Waterford residents getting their very
first Waterford library card and not for replacement cards for active library accounts.

Tuesday Teens
Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm from September 10th through May 26th
(Tuesday Teens will not be held on December 24th, 2019, March 10th, 2020 or Tuesdays when the Waterford
School District is closed for inclement weather)
No registration required. Drop in anytime between 3:30 and 5:00.
Middle and high school students are welcome to join us the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month to hang out
with friends and to meet new ones. We’ll provide games, activities, craft materials, and light refreshments for
you to enjoy. Or, just come and work on homework or socialize with other kids your age.

Library • ChildrensPrograms

Our drop-in storytimes resume this fall the week of September 10-11, and end the week of November 19-20.
Storytimes are 30 minutes long and include a variety of stories, songs, fingerplays, and other activities. Story-
times are held in our children’s story and craft room. Children must be accompanied by a parent or a caregiver.
We ask that parents and caregivers arrive a few minutes before storytime begins in order to get settled in.
Babytime (ages 6 mos. - 15 mos.) Tuesdays 10:00-10:30 am ~ Babytime begins Sep. 10
Toddlertime (ages 16 mos. to 23 mos.) Wednesdays 10:00-10:30 am ~ Toddlertime begins Sep. 11
Two-Year-Old Storytime – Tuesdays 11:00-11:30 am ~ 2-yr-old Storytime begins Sep. 10
Three-Year-Old Storytime - Wednesdays 11:00-11:30 am ~ 3-yr-old Storytime begins Sep. 11
September Is Library Card Sign-Up Month!
For students in grades K-5 who live in Waterford Township. If they sign up for their first library card at the
Waterford Township Public Library, they will receive a coupon that can be redeemed for a free book from the
Children’s Department.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
For children ages Infant to 5 years. We are a participating library in this early literacy program. Pick up a reading
chart and book list from the children’s department. Read to your young child. For every 100 books that you read
together, we will put your child’s name on our “Wall of Fame”, and they get to pick out a book to keep. When
you have reached the 1,000-book milestone, you get a book bag.


Library Library • ChildrensPrograms

Students in grades preschool through second grade are invited to join us for stories and crafts on different
Saturdays throughout the fall at 10:30-11:15 am. No registration required.
Very Hungry Caterpillar • September 14 – It’s the 50th Anniversary of Eric Carle’s most famous story! Cel-
ebrate with your favorite Eric Carle stories and a caterpillar/butterfly craft.
Spooky Stories • October 5 - Halloween is near! Join us for some spooky and silly stories, make a crazy craft,
and enjoy a treat with no tricks. Feel free to wear a costume.
Superhero Storytime • November 2 – Come dressed as your favorite superhero. Listen to Marvelous stories
and make a Dynamic Creation.
It’s Grinch Day! • December 21 - Wear green! Hear the classic story of How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Decorate a Christmas ornament to keep. Pin the heart on the Grinch and Grinch Heart Hunt games. Grinch
juice and a treat will be provided! (We’re showing the movie in the afternoon)!!!

Lego Club
Recommended for Ages 5 and Up
Students meet one Saturday a month to create their own Lego structure. They are displayed in the library until
the next meeting. Then the students can make new structures. We have two class times in the morning for
each day. Please come to one of the times: 10:15-11:00 am or 11:30 am-12:15 pm. No registration required.
Saturdays: September 28, October 26, November 23 and December 14

Recommended for ages 9-12 ~ No Registration Required
Earth’s Neighbor: The Moon • Saturday, September 21 10:30-11:30a
Learn more about our nearest, celestial neighbor from phases of the moon, to moon travel. Make a moon model.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Party • Saturday, November 16 10:30-11:30a
Are you a fan favorite of this series? Come and celebrate the life of Greg Heffley. Do a “Manny Cereal Toss”
of mini boxes into a toilet seat, a “clothes” relay race, trivia and chat about favorite passages. Can you say
“cheese”?! Recommended for ages 5-12 ~ No Registration Required
Boo-a-Palooza • October 19 10:30-11:30 am
Come dressed in your costumes for stories and crafts. Then visit the librarian at the desk for a sweet surprise!
Photo ops with legendary monsters on site.
International Games Day • Saturday, November 9 – 10:00 am-4:00 pm
All over the world, people are playing games today, and our library is participating with a wide selection of board
games. Bring your whole family to join in the fun.
Family Movie: Mary Poppins Returns (2018) • Saturday, November 23 – 2:00-4:10p
Rated PG - Decades after her original visit, the magical nanny returns to help the Banks siblings and Michael’s
children through a difficult time in their lives.
Family Movie: The Grinch (2018) • Saturday, December 21 – 2:00-3:30p
Rated PG – Dr. Seuss’ classic children’s book returns to the screen in a new animated feature. The Grinch
tries to steal Christmas from Whoville. Popcorn provided. Feel free to bring drinks, pillows, blankets, and other
snacks. No peanuts, please.

Class Tours and School Visits
Schools, daycares, scout groups, homeschool groups, and other community organizations are encouraged to
bring their classes to the library for a visit. We can schedule a special program for your group. Arrangements
can also be made for a children’s librarian to come and visit your school or daycare facility. Your students may
receive library cards if they are Waterford residents. Please call ahead to schedule your visit.


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SENIOR • Bunco
CENTER • Cards
• Drawing
3621 Pontiac Lk Rd • Educational Programs
Waterford, MI 48328 • Exercise/Physical Fitness
• Gardening
248-682-9450 • Intergenerational Programs
• • Line Dancing
• Meditation
Our Mission • Massage Therapy
• Painting
To be the focal point in the • Quilting
Waterford Community for • Project Linus
services, programs and activities • Recreation Room:
associated with vital aging.
Billiards & Darts
Meals-on- • Reminiscing Club
Wheels: • Special Lunches
• Tai Chi
A Great Program! • Volunteer Opportunities
• Woodcarving & Woodshop
The Meals-On-Wheels • Yoga
program provides a tasty, hot,
nutritious noon meal to DAY SERVICE
Waterford’s homebound
seniors who are 60 years • Professional care & supervision
or older. The program is based • Comfortable & safe environment
on individual nutritional needs • Nutritious meals & snacks
not income. Optional cold • Structured recreational activities
evening meals, frozen weekend • Transportation within Waterford Twp.
meals and Ensure liquid meals • Support Groups
are also available. The meals are • Memory Care
provided to you on a donation
basis. The amount of $3.00 per INFORMATION & SERVICES
hot meal is suggested.
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Senior Center Lunch Served Daily in the
Senior Center Bistro!
12:00 Noon Area Agency on Aging 1-B is funded in part

Meal Deal
Over 60-$3.00
Under 60-$3.75
Menu’s are available at the Center.
No reservations needed!

Bistro Visit the by the Federal Older Americans Act and the
Snack Bar Snack Bar Michigan Department of Health & Human
Monday-Friday Services (MDHHS)/Aging and Adult Services
11:00 am– Agency (AASA) and complies with the terms
and regulations of the Title V of the Civil
12:30 pm

Rights Act of 1964 as amended, and Section

Stop by the Snack Bar for a la carte items 504 of the Social Rehabilitation Act of 1973
such as homemade soups, made to order and is an Equal Opportunity Employer
sandwiches, deluxe pizza slices, and more. program. Reasonable accommodations will

Prices range from$1.50-$3.00

be provided upon notification or request.

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W A T E R F O R D S E N I O Rplies with the terms and regulations
of the Title V of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, and
Section 504 of the Social
Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and is an Equal Opportunity Employer
program. Reasonable accommodations will be provided upon
notification or request.
Contact information: 1.800.852.7795

Five Easy Ways to Register... WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441

WALK-IN: 5200 Civic Center Drive, Waterford, MI 48329
Monday – Friday, 8:00AM – 5:00PM / Monday-Friday, 7:30AM – 4:30PM (Summer Hours)
MAIL-IN: Checks payable to Waterford Parks & Recreation

FAX-IN: to 248-618-7674 Download a registration form online first. This is to be used by customers
paying with Mastercard,Visa or Discover only (a convenience fee will be charged. See below for more details).
If you haven’t received an emailed receipt within 24 hours, please call to verify we have received your fax.
PHONE-IN: 248-674-5441 for participants paying with Mastercard, Visa or
Discover only (a convenience fee will be charged. See below for more details).
An online purchase is charged 2.5% with a convenience fee minimum of $1.95

Refund Policy
• R efunds must be requested before the second class less a $5 service fee.
• I f a class is cancelled you will receive a full refund.
• No refunds will be issued for one day programs.
• All classes must have the minimum registered or the class will not be offered. Full refunds will be processed.
• Y outh League Sports - Refunds must be requested PRIOR to the registration deadline and you will receive the
program fee less 10%. Refunds requested AFTER the registration deadline will receive the program fee less $10.
This refund policy will be strictly adhered. Participants are responsible for changing their own personal schedules
that may conflict with the recreation class or session. If you paid with cash or check a refund check will be mailed
within 3-4 weeks. If you paid by credit card/debit card you will receive a refund as described above minus the
original convenience fee charged. Checks returned NSF will be subject to a $30 administrative charge.
The Waterford Parks and Recreation Department will comply with the spirit and intent of the American with Disabilities
Act. We will provide and make reasonable accommodations to assist people with disabilities to access and participate
in our recreation programs, facilities and services. Inquiries or complaints should be directed to 248-674-5441.
Credit Card Policy Waterford Parks and Recreation will charge a convenience fee for all credit card and debit
card payments. Credit/debit cards will be charged 2.5% of the total purchase with a
convenience fee minimum of $1.95. Mastercard, Visa and Discover are accepted.

a SpecialThanks to Our Donors
$1000-$2999 Summit Dental Group Mulligan Heating, Inc.
Advance Disposal Wee Discover Child Care Soops ‘n Sanz
Elite Sportsplex & Enrichment Center Tippin Fence
Genisys Credit Union $250-$499 Unicorn Feed & Supply
McLaren Oakland Cabinet Creations $100-$249
$500-$999 Breen’s Landscape Pat Ludwig
At&T Buffalo Wild Wings Joice Perkins
Billy’s Tip ‘N Inn Eagle Graphics Annabelle & Autumn Rose Meloche
Margaret Birch, Waterford Twp Treasurer Gary Wall, Waterford Twp. Supervisor Oakland Medication
Canterbury on the Lake Kfab Photography Kim Markee, Waterford Twp Clerk
Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches Dr. Lazarus Orthodontics
State Farm – Dave Smith Leo’s Coney Island

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In consideration of acceptance of my registration in the program(s), I do hereby, take action for myself, my executors, administrators, heirs,
next of kin, successors, and assigns to: (A) Waive, Release, and Discharge from any and all liability for my death, disability, personal injury,
property damage, property theft, or actions of any kind which may hereafter accrue to me, including as to my traveling to and from this
event, the following entities or persons: Waterford Township and Waterford Parks and Recreation Department, its elected and appointed offi-
cials, employees and volunteers, and representatives and agents, and others working or acting in behalf of Waterford Township and
Waterford Parks and Recreation Department; and to the extent permitted by law (B) Indemnify and Hold Harmless the entities or persons
mentioned in this paragraph from any and all liabilities or claims made by other individuals or entities as a result of or relating to my atten-
dance at or participation in this program(s).


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Parent/Child Youth Dance & Fitness WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441

The perfect bonding class for parents and babies that Learn basic ballet movements and technique. An end-
includes stretching, songs, finger plays and bubbles in of-session showcase will take place on the last day of
your baby’s first class. class. Dancers must be out of diapers. Registration
Ages Infant to non-walking deadline is Friday, August 30.
410021-08 Sa 9/14-11/2 11:00-11:30AM Ages 3-6
Busy Bodies 8 wks $75 410022-01 Sa 9/7-10/12 10:00-10:25AM
Ages 7-11
410022-02 Sa 9/7-10/12 11:15-11:55AM
TUMBLING TODDLERS Forte Academy of Dance & Music 6 wks $85
This class is packed with hands-on activities for your
busy toddler to develop motor skills, coordination & so-
cialization. Children will warm-up, have “tumble” time, HIP HOP
free play, movement to music, parachute play, bubbles Fun introduction to hip-hop dance! End-of- session
and stamps. Weekly themes & parent participation add showcase will take place on the last day of class.
to the fun! Dancers MUST be 5 years old by the first day of class.
Ages 1-4 Deadline to register Friday, August 30.
410021-01 Tu 9/10-10/29 6:30-7:15PM Ages 5-8
410021-02 W 9/11-10/30 10:00-10:45AM 410022-03 Sa 9/7-10/12 10:30-11:10AM
410021-03 W 9/11-10/30 6:30-7:15PM Ages 9-13
410021-04 Sa 9/14-11/2 10:00-10:45AM 410022-04 Sa 9/7-10/12 12:00-12:40PM
Busy Bodies 8 wks $85 Forte Academy of Dance & Music 6 wks $85
410021-05 Tu 11/12-12/10 10:00-10:45AM
410021-06 Tu 11/12-12/10 6:30-7:15PM
410021-07 W 11/13-12/11 10:00-10:45AM TWINKLE TOES
Here is your child’s first independent dance experience
Busy Bodies 5 wks $55 incorporating movement to music in a creative way.

Ages 2-5
410020-01 Tu 9/10-10/29 6:30-7:15PM
410020-02 Sa 9/14-11/2 11:00-11:45AM
Busy Bodies 8wks $85
410020-03 Tu 11/12-12/10 6:30-7:15PM
Busy Bodies 5 wks $55

Children use musical crafts, worksheets, games, and
instruments to explore and nurture a strong music
foundation. Great preparation for private music lessons.
Registration deadline is Friday, August 30.
Ages 3-7
410028-01 M 9/9-10/14 4:45-5:10PM
Forte Academy of Dance & Music 6 wks $85

NON-RESIDENTS ADD $5 Avoid Disappointment...


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Instructor: Joe Parkinson
Traditional Tang Soo Do (karate). Learn how to defend INSTRUCTIONAL ARCHERY
yourself with confidence. Come join this exciting program Instructor: Ronald Hall
especially designed to provide practical Martial Arts train- Basics of archery including safety, techniques, self-im-
ing and effective self defense techniques. With two Mas- provement, and mental concentration. Equipment is
ters Black Belts your student will be given one-on-one provided or bring your own (must be approved by in-
personal attention. Half price to each additional sibling. structors before use).
$43 for uniform for the first time enrollees. If you have Ages 8 & older
questions please leave a message at 248-830-8125. 440509-01 W 10/2-12/4 6:30-8:00PM
Ages 6 & older Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club 10 wks $95
410150-01 Tu & Th 9/03-9/26 6:30-8:30PM
410150-02 Tu & Th 10/1-10/29 6:30-8:30PM SPORTS STARZ
410150-03 Tu & Th 11/7-11/26 6:30-8:30PM Instructor: Busy Bodies
410150-04 Tu & Th 12/3-12/19 6:30-8:30PM An independent beginning sports program that teaches
110150-01 Tu & Th 1/7-1/30 6:30-8:30PM the basic skills for soccer, baseball, basketball and kick-
Recreation Center ball, and dodge ball.
Sept & Jan $60, Oct, Nov & Dec $45 Ages 3½-8
No class 10/22 & 10/24

TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS 440501-01 M 9/9-10/28 7:15P-8:00P
Busy Bodies 8 wks $85
Instructor: Busy Bodies 410020-02 M 11/11-12/9 7:15P-8:00P
An independent class where children learn the funda-
mentals of tumbling and gymnastics using floor exer- Busy Bodies 5 weeks $55

cise designed to enhance coordination and motor skills INSTRUCTIONAL CHEERLEADING
in a fun, safe non-competitive manner.
Ages 4-6 Instructor: Julie Hauler, Certified USASF Cheer Coach
A fun class that will build confidence and self-esteem,
410151-01 M 9/9-10/28 4:40-5:25PM while learning the basics of cheerleading. Motions,
Ages 7-9
410151-02 M 9/9-10/28 5:30-6:15PM jumps, chants, cheers and beginning level stunting
skills will be taught. Last class will include a cheer rou-
Busy Bodies 8 wks $95 tine performed to music and a small award ceremony.

Ages 4-6
ADVANCED TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS 440508-01 M 9/16-10/21 6:00-6:45PM
Instructor: Busy Bodies
This program is designed for the gymnast who has 440508-03 M 11/11-12/16 6:00-6:45PM
Ages 7-10
mastered somersaults, handstands, cartwheels and 440508-02 M 9/16-10/21 7:00-7:45PM
backbends. Placement is based on instructor.
410151-03 M 9/9-10/28 6:15-7:00PM 440508-04 M 11/11-12/16 7:00-7:45PM
Recreation Center 6 wks $55
Busy Bodies 8 wks $95

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Grades 3rd/4th & 5th/6th Instructor: Gary Stepp
Come cheer on the Waterford Parks and Recreation Bas- The age appropriate drills and games are designed to
ketball teams! This program includes 3 – 2 hour clinics improve eye/hand/foot coordination and body move-
with USASF Certified Cheerleading Coach Julie Hauler ment, while having fun and learning the fundamentals
and 5 or more games. A practice will be conducted of the game of basketball. Third grade pre-season clinic
during the week, as determined by the coach. Each team will prepare the players for their first season of league
needs a parent volunteer to coach a team - no experi- play in the winter.
ence necessary. Each team is responsible for their cheer
wear. Some schools have uniforms available; others may
choose t-shirts and shorts. Teams will cheer in the winter Little Dribblers
Ages 4-5
2020 season for various basketball teams. 440502-01 Sa 9/28-10/26 9:00-10:00AM
440507-01 3rd & 4th Grade
440507-02 5th & 6th Grade 440502-02 W 11/13-12/18 5:30-6:30PM
Recreation Center 5 wks $55
Registration Deadline November 21 No class 11/27
Instructional Clinics: Saturdays, Dec. 7, 14 & 21
Time: 9:00-11:00AM

Clinic Location: Recreation Center Shooting Stars
Ages 6-7
Cost: $60 440502-03 W 10/2-10/30 5:30-6:30PM
Game Dates: Saturdays beginning Feb 2020
Game Times: Varies from 8:00am – 4:00pm 440502-04 Sa 11/2-12/14 9:00-10:00AM
Recreation Center 5 wks $55
No class 11/30, 12/7
Instructors: Mike Eberle (MSYSA “D” Coaching License, 3rd Grade Pre-season Clinic
USSF & MHSAA Referee and Everest Academy Travel 440502-05 Sa 9/28-11/2 10:30AM-12:00PM
Soccer Coach) & Matt Eberle (JV Soccer Coach Water- Recreation Center 6 wks $65
ford Kettering HS and Everest Academy Travel Soccer

This class is designed for children who are not quite
ready for league play. Skill development is enhanced
with fun, creative games and activities. Bring a size 3
soccer ball to class.
Ages 3-5
440503-01 W 9/4-10/9 7:00-7:45PM
440503-02 W 10/16-11/20 7:00-7:45PM
Recreation Center Gym 6 wks $50 Youth Special Interest

Learn skills, basic drills and play small-sided zone
games. This is a parent/child interactive program. Bring Instructor: Lisa Borkowski
This beginning, independent-learning cooking course
a size 3 soccer ball to class. Children must be 4 years will entice your child to learn the art of cooking. Supply
old by September 7, 2019.
Ages 4-6 fee of $10 to be paid directly to the instructor on the
first day of class. Please bring a drink and a container to
440500-01 Sa 9/7-10/12 9:30-10:30AM take home “leftovers”.
Civic Center Soccer Fields – White Field 6 wks $50
Ages 4-9
410029-01 Th 9/12-10/24 6:15-7:00PM
Recreation Center 7 wks
$85 + $15 supply fee paid to instructor
410029-02 Th 11/14-12/12 6:15-7:00PM
Recreation Center 4 wks No class 11/28
$50 + $15 supply fee paid to instructor

ADD $5

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Instructor: Mari Ann Pace-Bleau
Zumba Gold recreates the Zumba moves you love at
a lower intensity. This doesn’t mean you won’t sweat
WERQ DANCE FITNESS and move – you will. The focus is: balance, range of
Instructor: Kim Solmen
Girls night out…without the bar scene! So grab your motion and coordination and FUN! Great music, ditch
the workout – join the party! Mari Ann is a licensed
girlfriends and come WERQ it to the hottest dance Zumba, Zumba Gold toning instructor and ACK group
songs. All while getting a full-body workout. No expe-
rience necessary to WERQ it with us! fit instructor.
411409-01 Tu 9/17–10/29 10:15-11:00AM
411404-01 Tu 9/3–10/1 8:00-9:00PM 411409-02 Tu 11/5-12/17 10:15-11:00AM
411404-02 Th 9/5-10/3 6:15-7:15PM
411404-03 Tu 10/8-11/5 8:00-9:00PM Recreation Center 7 wks $49

411404-04 Th 10/10-11/14 6:15-7:15PM R.I.P.P.E.D.
411404-05 Tu 11/12-12/10 8:00-9:00PM
411404-06 Th 11/21-12/19* 6:15-7:15PM Instructor: Busy Bodies
The perfect combination of cardio and toning that tar-
111404-01 Tu 1/7-2/4 8:00-9:00PM gets all muscle groups for maximum results!
111404-02 Th 1/2 – 1/30 6:15-7:15PM
Recreation Center 5 wks $50, *4 wks $40 411401-06 W 9/11-10/30 6:15-7:00PM
411401-07 W 11/6-1/8 6:15-7:00PM
No class on 10/31, 11/28 Busy Bodies 8 wks $85

BARRE BELLES No class 12/25 & 1/1

Instructor: Busy Bodies 50+ FITNESS
Try out a high intensity, calorie-burning workout just for
women, which utilizes barre combinations to build core Instructor: Mari Ann Pace-Bleau
Come join this fun and friendly group! Class may im-
strength and cardio endurance. prove your balance, coordination, and strength. Class
411401-01 M 9/9-10/28 10:15-11:15AM
411401-02 M 11/4-12/23 10:15-11:15AM is designed in two parts, cardio warm up, use of small
hand weights, workout adjusted for sitting and/ or
Busy Bodies 8 wks $85 standing, followed by a section of coordination and mild

MELT FOR WOMEN cardio, balance and core work utilizing stretchy bands.
Great music and a great time.
Instructor: Busy Bodies 46021-01 Tu & Th 10/1-12/17 9:00-10:00AM
This is a class that combines various fitness strategies
for the ultimate fat-burning workout. 16021-01 Tu & Th 1/7-3/31 9:00-10:00AM
Recreation Center 12 wks $35
411401-05 M 9/9-10/28 5:30-6:30PM No class 11/21 & 11/28
411401-06 M 11/4-12/23 5:30-6:30PM
Busy Bodies 8 wks $85
Instructor: Kathy Phipps, TCHI Certified
ZUMBA Curious about Tai Chi but don’t know if it’s for you?
Instructor: Busy Bodies
Ladies, enjoy the fun Latin-dance movement craze Here’s your opportunity. Almost anyone can learn Tai
Chi- a form of exercise that improves balance, posture,
while burning calories. coordination and stamina and reduces stress. This
411401-03 Tu 9/10-10/29 6:00-7:00PM
411401-04 Tu 11/5-1/7 6:00-7:00PM class will introduce you to the concepts of balance,
weight transfer and breathing and will give you steps
No class 12/24, 12/31 $85 you can practice and start to improve your life.

111411-03 Sa 1/11 9:00-11:00AM
Recreation Center $20

ADD $5

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Instructor: Kathy Phipps, TCHI Certified Instructor: Steve Guth
Almost anyone can learn Tai Chi. Join me on the journey Warm up with movement, then standing yoga that flows
to improve balance, posture, coordination and stamina with to a Motown beat, slow it down with floor postures and
one of the Tai Chi for Health Institute Tai Chi Forms. Low finish refreshed with deep relaxation. This is a FUN class!
impact and include steps from traditional forms but are Ages 12 & older
easier and shorter to learn. These forms have been de- 411408-01 Sa 9/7-10/26 10:30-11:45AM
signed by medical and Tai Chi experts for people who may 411408-02 Sa 11/2-1/4 10:30-11:45AM
be living with a chronic illness or just want to get moving. Recreation Center 8 wks $80
Ages 16 & older No Class 11/30, 12/28
411411-01 Tu 9/24-11/19 7:00-8:00PM
411411-02 Sa 9/28–11/23 9:00-10:00AM
Recreation Center 8 wks $64 YIN YOGA
Instructor: Kris Sexton
No class 10/22 & 10/26 Calming, soothing and contemplative. Slow paced, pas-

GENTLE MOVES YOGA sive poses held longer to work connective tissue and
joints. Great class to release stress and tension.
Instructor: Mari Ann Pace-Bleau 411407-01 Th 9/26-11/21 7:30-8:30PM
Gentle Moves Yoga includes gentle stretches, breathing Recreation Center 8 wks $56
and centering exercises designed to increase flexibility, No class 10/31
improve muscle tone and strength. Relax the whole
body and mind! NO experience necessary. Mari Ann is
a registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance de la FERRIERE YOGA
Instructor: Kris Sexton
411406-01 M 9/16–10/28 8:30-9:30AM Suitable for all levels. Students will be taught move-
411406-02 M 11/4-12/16 8:30-9:30AM
Recreation Center 6 wks $42 ment, coordinated with breath. Emphasis on endocrine
and digestive systems along with relaxation techniques.
No class 10/14 & 11/11 411405-01 M 9/23-11/4 11:00AM-12:30PM

YOGA WITH EASE Recreation Center 6 wks $42
No class 10/14
Instructor: Steve Guth
Beginning HATHA YOGA flow for all abilities in normal
health. Breathe deep & go with the flow. Yoga pos- KUNDALINI YOGA
Instructor: Mary Pritchard
tures & exercises are connected providing moderate As taught by Yogi Bhajan. Uses breath, movement, pos-
cardiovascular stimulation, strengthening limbs and
core. Activity alternates with recovery periods of deep ture, and sound to benefit and balance body and mind.
411409-04 M 9/30-11/18 7:00-9:00PM
breathing, developing endurance, strengthen lungs, Recreation Center 8 wks $56
managing stress.
Ages 16 & older, under 16 with attending adult and
permission of instructor. TAI CHI 24 FORMS
Instructor: Jim Barber, TCHI Certified
411502-01 Th 9/5-10/24 6:00-7:15PM This is the yang style 24 forms and is known as the world’s
411502-02 M 9/9-10/28 6:00-7:15PM
411502-03 Th 10/31-1/2 6:00-7:15PM most popular Tai Chi form, the most likely seen on TV.
411412-04 W 9/18–10/16 12:00-1:00PM
411502-04 M 11/4-12/23 6:00-7:15PM 411412-05 W 10/23-11/20 12:00-1:00PM
Recreation Center 8 wks $80
No class 11/28 & 12/26 11412-09 W 1/8-2/5 12:00-1:00PM
Recreation Center 5 wks $50

Instructor: Steve Guth
Chair yoga with two chairs. NO getting down on the Instructor: Jim Barber, TCHI Certified
This is the second half of the Tai Chi form; including
floor, guaranteed! Mostly seated stretches and exer- leisurely tying coat and repulse monkey. This form is
cises, standing exercises with chairs to help develop
strength and balance with confidence. Lots of gentle more easily understood if the first form (TCAI) is known.
411412-01 W 9/18–10/16 10:30-11:30AM
breathing practices and relaxation. Loosen up, move 411412-02 W 10/23-11/20 10:30-11:30AM
your spine, move your limbs. It feels good, stimulates
circulation, eases pain and makes every day functional 111412-10 W 1/8-2/5 10:30-11:30AM
Recreation Center 5 wks $50
activities easier, reduces risk of falls and injuries.
Ages 16 & older
411403-01 Th 9/5-10/24 4:00-5:00PM
411403-02 Th 10/31-1/2 4:00-5:00PM NON-RESIDENTS
Recreation Center 8 wks $80 ADD $5
No class 11/28, 12/26

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