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Published by lrossiter, 2022-03-21 15:16:48

Spring 2022 Guide v.3

Spring 2022 Guide v.3

Registration begins: March 23

@BillericaRec @BillericaRec

www.BillericaRec.com

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Table of Contents 2
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Recreation Information 4-6
April Vacation 7-10
Summer Programs 11-15
Preschool Programs 16-22
Youth Programs 23
Youth Sports 24-25
Family Programs 26-28
Therapeutic Recreation 29-30
Adult Sports 31-32
Adult Programs 33
Virtual Fitness
Registration Form

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248 Boston Road, Billerica, MA 01821
Phone: (978) 671-0921 Fax: (978) 671-0927

BillericaRec.com

Billerica Recreation Commission Billerica Recreation Staff

John Bartlett, Chairperson Director David Grubb
Joseph Fiumara, Vice-Chairperson Assistant Director Laurel Rossiter, CTRS
Secretary
Cynthia Rich Lori Boucher
Donald Casey
Jack Bertolucci Office Hours: 8:30a-4:00p, Monday-Friday
Jim Spinale

Friends of Billerica Recreation

Would you like to play a role in the continued success of our Recreation Department? We are currently seeking

individuals interested in joining our “Friends of Billerica Recreation” committee. This committee is an integral part

in ensuring our ability to grow our special events, and seek alternative funding sources to keep such events at a

minimum cost. Additionally, funds raised by the Friends are used to directly fund our Financial Aid/Scholarship

opportunities for residents in need. A commitment to becoming a Friend simply consists of attending occasional

meetings, and a willingness to volunteer at our special events. If you’re passionate about our department and

would like to be a part of continuing to take Billerica Recreation to the next level, please let us know! Those with

interest in learning more are encouraged to contact Recreation Director, Dave Grubb, directly.

Privacy Policy Cancellations

Your privacy is important to us. To protect your privacy, Billerica Recreation reserves the right to cancel
Billerica Recreation will not solicit or share your programs which do not reach the minimum enrollment
personal information. Please note, Billerica Recreation number, or for any other unforeseen circumstances.
reserves the right to take photos of any of our Decisions will be made 48 hours before the start of the
programs or events. If you would not like to be program. Weather cancellations will be announced by
photographed, please submit a request in writing to recorded message at (978) 671-0921, and on our
the Recreation Department. website (www.BillericaRec.com) and on Facebook
(@BillericaRec). In the event of a cancellation,
Don’t Delay! participants will receive a Household Credit in the
amount equal to the cost paid for the program. For
Most program cancellations are due to not having programs $75 or above, the participant will have the
enough participants for an instructor to run the class. option of receiving a refund check in lieu of a
Don’t let low enrollment cancel your program! Many Household Credit.
times we receive calls for registration after a program
has been cancelled, so don’t delay! Employment & Volunteer
Opportunities
Keep an eye out for this season’s new
programs. They have green headings! We accept applications for employment and for
volunteers to work in our programs. Please contact the
Recreation Department for further information.

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Tournament of Champions (Grades K-5)

Location: Parker Elementary Gym
Instructor: Sports Zone 101

For our April Vacation week, we will provide the opportunity for kids to play all their favorite games in a
tournament style format including: flag football, dodgeball, pickle, soccer, baseball, kickball, basketball,
battleship, four corners, and others! There will also be exciting discussions about sports and free play
opportunities.

Tuesday, April 19 - Friday, April 22
Activity # 22096-A: 9:00a-12:00p, $150

April Vacation Art Program (Ages 5-11)

Location: Parker Elementary Art Room
Instructor: Magic Brush Pottery

Have your kids paint with Magic Brush Pottery! They will explore painting pottery, glass fusing, painting a
canvas, mosaics, and hand building with clay. Our theme this year will be a Beach Theme. All projects (9
total) will be planned by Magic Brush Pottery and they will teach them designs with a step by step class;
the kids will pick their own colors. Pottery will be food safe. Pottery paint is non-toxic and washable.
Pottery, clay, and the glass pieces will need to be fired and will be delivered to the Recreation
Department within 2 weeks from the end of the session.

Tuesday, April 19 - Friday, April 22
Activity # 22091-A: 9:00a-12:00p, $150

Top Secret Science (Ages 6-11)

Location: Parker Elementary Cafeteria
Instructor: Top Secret Science Staff

Each day the kids will explore 5 weird and wacky hands-on science experiments and will make and take
home all projects. The scientists are fast paced and funny and your kids will be thoroughly entertained
(they’ll even learn some interesting things too). We will explore weird motions and flying things, air and
water pressure, crazy chemistry, light and sound, science magic, electricity, magnets, astronomy and
more! Bring water and a nut-free snack. We will take a break to play outside as well!

Tuesday, April 19-Friday, April 22
9:00a-12:00p, $175

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Superstars (Ages 6-14)
Location: Hajjar Elementary
Instructor: Billerica Recreation Staff

This program is our version of traditional day camp. Each week activities will include arts and crafts,
sports, nature exploration, board games, playground time and special events. Trips to Micozzi Beach and
other popular field trip destinations are included as well. Children will be broken up into small groups
based on age, and will at times participate in whole camp activities. Children should bring a lunch, 2
snacks, and plenty of water each day. Don’t wait to register, space is limited!

Week Time Price
A: June 27-July1 8:30a -3:30p $240

B: July 5-8 (4 days) 8:30a -3:30p $192

C: July 11-15 8:30a -3:30p $240

D: July 18-22 8:30a -3:30p $240

E: July 25-29 8:30a -3:30p $240

F: August 1-5 8:30a -3:30p $240

G: August 8-12 8:30a -3:30p* $220
*Closes at noon on 8/12

Neighborhood Parks

Ages 6-12
Instructor: Billerica Recreation Staff

Spend some time with us at a local playground! Park instructors provide supervised sports, arts
and crafts, music, games, and special events. Half day and full day options available. Registration
secures your spot for the whole summer.

Location Dates Times Price
$225
Ditson Park- June 27-August 12 9:00a-12:00p
Half Days (no program 7/4) 9:00a-3:00p $450
Dutile Park- June 27-August 12
Full Days (no program 7/4)

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Mini Stars

Preschool Program for ages 3-5 (must be potty trained)

Time: 9 am - 1 pm

Location: TBD

Instructor: Billerica Rec Staff

We are excited to introduce a new preschool summer program: Mini Stars! Our qualified director will
lead this group of little ones in arts and crafts, games, water play, and circle time in a way that will en-
hance social skills, allow children to work on decision making, fine and gross motor skills, following di-
rections and engaging with a peer group. Each child should bring a nut free snack, lunch and water.

Options are for a 2 or 3 day spot, sessions are 2 week blocks.

Session & Dates Day Option Price
A: July 5-15 $150
3 day: M/W/F (5 total)
A: July 6-14 *No program 7/4 $125
B: July 18-29 $180
B: July 19-28 2 day: T/Th (4 total) $125
C: August 1-12 3 day: M/W/F (6 total) $180
C: August 2-11 $125
2 day: T/Th (4 total)
3 day: M/W/F (6 total)
2 day: T/Th (4 total)

Summer Inclusion Program

Here at Billerica Rec, we believe all children should have equal access to summer camp, regardless
of ability. We are working hard to build a team of inclusion support staff to help facilitate summer

programs for children who may require additional attention to participate successfully.

If your child has a disability, an IEP or 504 plan at school then this may be an appropriate option for
them!

Please reach out to Laurel at [email protected] to apply or with any questions you may
have about our emerging inclusion program or how we may be able to support your child.

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This year, the summer concerts are on the same evenings as the Billerica Farmer’s Market! Grab
some fresh, local goodies then head over to the town common for live music and family fun.

Day: Mondays Time: 6:30-8:30 pm

July 11—Full Turn Band

Classic rock and country music

July 18—Rico Barr Band

A fun mix of classic rock, Motown & Soul and Frank Sinatra tribute music

July 25—The Rampage Trio

Classic Rock & Roll

August 1—Abraxas

Santana Tribute Band

Summer Guide Sneak Peek
Not to worry, there are many more summer programs to come!

-Middle School Programs
-Sports camps

-STEAM programs
-Weekly classes
-Adult programs

Summer brochure will be available in early May!

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Preschool Gymnastics (Ages 2-4)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department Field
Instructor: Knucklebones

Preschool Gymnastics offers a unique twist for your beginning gymnast. Using age-appropriate
equipment and fun techniques, your child will gain creative and rhythmic movement as well as flexibility,
gross motor skills, and gymnastics fundamentals. Exploring equipment such as beams, cylinders, high bar,
humps, springboard, and wedges, your child will learn, progress and have fun…for the love of play!

Thursdays, April 7 - June 2
(8 weeks, no class 4/21)

Activity # 21006-A: 10:00a-10:50a, $145

Lil’ Ninja Warriors (Ages 2-4)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department Field
Instructor: Knucklebones

Does your child love to run, jump, climb, and tumble? Then this “play” on American Ninja Warrior is the
perfect class. Each week your child will participate in stretching, obstacles, and games to help gross
motor skills, fitness, and fun. From swinging on a high bar to balance beams, tumbling on mats to leaping
into a ball pit - your child is sure to have a blast!

Activity # Day Dates Time Price
11:00a-11:50a
21002-A Thursdays April 7 - June 2 10:00a-10:50a $145
(no class 4/21) $120
21002-B Sundays
April 3 - May 15
(no class 4/17)

Creative Dancing (Ages 3-5)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Gotta Dance

A Ballet based dance class for ages 3 to 5. This class helps children recognize their physical person and
teaches them basic dance moves through fun games and songs while enhancing their motor skills. This
class will also consist of stretching and use of props. Comfortable clothing (or leotard/tights) and ballet
slippers are recommended.

Thursdays, April 7 - June 2
(8 weeks, no class 4/21)

Activity # 21016-A: 1:00p-1:45p, $60

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Mommy & Me: Music and Movement (Ages 6 months-3 years)

Location: Ellen’s School of Dance (767 Boston Road, Billerica)
Instructor: Laurie Pandolfo

Come join the fun! Any caregiver is welcome to play the role of "Mommy" to help develop fine and gross
motor skills for your child! Activities include: rhythm movement, instruments, Baby in the Mirror, Bubble
Time & Parachute fun!

Price: $70

Activity # Day Dates Time
21011-A
21011-B Thursdays April 7 - May 19 4:30p-5:15p
(no class 4/21)

Saturdays April 2 - May 21 10:15a-11:00a
(no class 4/16, 4/23)

Little Tigers Taekwondo (Ages 4-6)

Location: MUSA Total Martial Arts
(630 Boston Road, Billerica)

Instructor: MUSA Total Martial Arts
Tae Kwon Do is a Korean Martial Art that encompasses kicking, punching, traditional Martial Arts
discipline and respect. This program focuses on physical movements, focus drills and laying the
foundation of respect and discipline of martial arts. Students will be welcomed to a positive, fun
environment where they can explore something new and gain confidence and focus.

Saturdays, April 9 - May 21 (6 weeks, no class 4/23)
Activity #21041-A: 10:00a-10:30a, $90

Lil’ Basketball (Ages 2-4)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Lil’ Sports

Join us for this fun, energetic intro to basketball
program! Set to music, Lil’ Basketball teaches
children the basics of basketball while reinforcing
teamwork, enhancing listening skills and gross
motor functions.

Saturdays, April 9 - June 11
(8 weeks, no class 4/23, 5/28)
Activity # 21021-A: 8:00a-8:45a, $95

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Tot Learn to Skate (Ages 4-6)

Location: Burlington Ice Palace
(36 Ray Ave, Burlington)
Instructor: FMC Ice Sports

For participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics
in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. A helmet,
such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant. Wear warm,
comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters
should wear waterproof clothing and gloves. Rental skates are available on a first-come, first serve basis
and are included in the class fee. Participants are welcome to bring their own skates, although double
blade skates are not permitted.

Price: $152

Activity # Day Dates Time
21081-A Wednesdays May 4 - June 22 4:30p-4:55p
21081-B May 8 - June 26 3:00p-3:25p
Sundays

Baby & Caregiver Yoga
(Ages 6 weeks-pre crawling, with a caregiver)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Krista Gordon, Tranquil Little One

Time: 10:30-11:30 am, Tuesdays
Each session is 6 weeks, Price: $80/session
Are you a parent or caregiver of a baby older than 6 weeks and not yet crawling looking for an in-person
class that:

• Gives you time to gently stretch and take some deep breaths
• Teaches you a variety of movement and activities you can use daily supporting development for your

baby
• Provides an opportunity to meet other families and connect as a community
• Gives you one-on-one time to bond with your little one

If so, this program is the perfect opportunity for you and the little one in your life! Dress in comfy clothes,
bring a blanket for baby, a yoga mat and small toy for class! Yoga experience not required.

Activity # Dates
21087-A March 29-May 3
21087-B May 10-June 14

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Super Soccer Stars Toddler Soccer (Ages 2-5)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department Field
Instructor: Super Soccer Stars

Super Soccer Stars teaches the fundamentals in a fun, non-competitive, educational environment. Our
unique curriculum uses positive reinforcement and a low child-to-coach ratio to make sure each child feel
supported and confident in his or her own abilities, allowing kids to improve at their own rate.

No matter their age, Super Soccer Stars has specific and progressive lesson plans built to your child’s
developmental needs.

Fridays, April 29 - June 17 (8 weeks)
Price: $130

Activity # Ages Time
21051-A 4-5 9:00a-9:45a
21051-B 2-3 10:00a-10:45a

Storytime Yoga Birdie Putt & Chip: Intro to Golf
(Ages 2-5, with a caregiver) (Ages 3-5)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Krista Gordon, Tranquil Little One
Instructor: Sports Zone 101 Staff
Time: 9:30-10:30 am, Tuesdays
Each session is 6 weeks, Price: $80/session Golf is a lifelong sport. The smell of the fresh-cut
This fun & active class combines children’s books grass, the crisp morning air, the feeling of the
and movement to offer a special experience for perfect tee shot – it’s hard not to love a few hours
toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers! Kids on the greens. But what makes golf even better is
will learn poses, sing songs, and play games while playing with friends and loved ones. We can’t
exploring movement and social skills while using promise that we will produce the next pro golfer in
books as our adventure guides. Classes are filled our program, but we can guarantee that your
with the opportunity to get energy out, take deep children will have lots of fun, be introduced to
breaths and provides quiet time for kiddos to sit traditional golf grips and hitting stances, and get a
and be still. Caregivers fully participate in class, no little practice with putting and chipping. Using the
previous yoga experience is required. Dress U.S. Kids Golf Early Start program, each class will
comfortably and bring yoga mats for your special consist of short lessons followed by small group
yoga spot! activities. Our goal is to introduce the children to
the game of golf in a fun and interactive way so
Activity # Dates they can join you on the greens one day!
21086-A March 29-May 3
21086-B May 10-June14 Saturdays, May 7 - June 11

(5 weeks, no class 5/28)

Activity # 21053-A: 10:30a-11:30a, $99

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Metrocraft Online (Ages 10-14)

Location: Virtual Program
Instructor: Right Brain Curriculum
Metrocraft: Design & Govern a Minecraft City!
Participants learn economics, civics, geometry, and technology as they work together to create a city
within a virtual Minecraft-type world. Students design their own house and business and learn how real
cities are governed. As they serve on the city council, they study how laws are made while working
together to create their own constitution of laws. Students use mathematics and geometry to construct
a working urban environment as they serve on a city council that responds to natural disasters and
challenging city issues. STEM learning has never been so fun! You will receive information on how to
access this virtual class closer to the start date, after registration.

Tuesdays, April 26 - May 31 (6 weeks)
Activity # 22028-A: 4:00p-5:30p, $125

LEGO Master Builder Jr. (Grades K-4)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Sports Zone 101

It takes years of practice, determination, patience, and dedication to become a Lego Master Builder.
However, your child is in luck because we have worked tirelessly to perfect our Lego teaching technique -
so much so that within a few short weeks, your child will receive a certificate proving they have
completed their Master Builder Jr. training! Come join us as we explore and create our wildest
imaginations. We will also re-create some real-world buildings, landscapes, feats of engineering, and
Wonders of the World!

Sundays, May 8 - June 12
(5 weeks, no class 5/29)
Activity #22202-A: 9:30a-10:30a, $99

Needle Felting Workshop (Ages 8-15)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Rachel Benson

In honor of earth day join fiber artist Rachel Benson to create an Earth
inspired keychain. In the class you will learn the basics of needle felt-

ing while being guided step by step to create your own felted
Earth. This art form is such fun! If you love crafting but haven’t tried

needle felting before you won’t want to miss this!

Thursday, April 21, 2-3:30 pm, $25

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Jazz & Hip Hop Dancing (Ages 7-10) Acro & Jazz Dancing (Ages 7-10)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Gotta Dance Instructor: Gotta Dance

An enjoyable, challenging, and upbeat dance class Similar to the floor skills of gymnastics, Acro & Jazz
including both Hip Hop and Jazz moves done to is a performing art that focuses on strength,
top 40 music. This class will enhance strength, stretch, and balance. Basic tumbling include
rhythm and coordination and it's great for both backbends, cartwheels, handstands and more.
boys and girls. Comfortable fitted clothing, jazz
shoes or clean/dry street sneakers recommended. Wednesdays, April 13 - June 8
(8 weeks, no class 4/20)
Wednesdays, April 13 - June 8
(8 weeks, no class 4/20) Activity # 22012-A: 5:15p-6:00p, $60

Activity # 22011-A: 4:30p-5:15p, $60

Kids Test Kitchen (Ages 5-14)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Kids Test Kitchen

Kids’ Test Kitchen is on a mission to get young eaters cooking, tasting, and thinking about healthy
ingredients! Let’s continue to redefine kid food; one lesson, and one child at a time! Each class presents
students with an opportunity to explore new or familiar foods in their raw, unmanipulated state. Then,
working as a team, we’ll slice, dice, peel, measure, and cook until we’ve prepared the finished dish.
Lessons are planned to celebrate seasonal produce. At the end of class your aspiring chef will receive the
main ingredient, or a sample of the finished dish, and the recipe so that they can show off what they’ve
learned!
Each session arrives with fresh new recipes and ideas to inspire your healthy eater!
2022 SPRING session: Edamame Salad, Ener-Cheese, Asian Inspired Broccoli, Super Spear & Orange Stir-
fry, Skillet Pizza with Veggies, Green Smoothie
*Please clearly disclose all food allergies and/or dietary restrictions upon registration.

Sundays, May 1 - June 12 (6 weeks, no class 5/29)
Price: $125

Activity # Ages Time
22036-A 5-9 11:30a-12:30p
22036-B 10 - 14 1:00p-2:00p

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Kids Night Out! (Ages 6-10)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Billerica Recreation Staff

Drop your kids with us for an evening of fun! Once a month we will host a Kids Night Out, which is a great
way for parents to enjoy a quiet dinner, time with friends, efficiently run errands, or simply slow down
and recharge without the hassle of finding childcare. Kids get to hang at the Rec and socialize while
enjoying dinner and a movie, create a craft, play games, or other fun things! Registration is per date and
includes pizza, water or juice, and the scheduled activity for the evening. Spots are limited - register early!

Price: $30

Activity # Day Time Theme

22206-A Friday, April 1 6:00p-8:30p Pizza & Move & Groove
Dance Party

22206-B Friday, May 13 6:00p-8:30p Pizza, mosaic birdhouses &
games

22206-C Friday, June 10 6:00p-8:30p Pizza , kickball game & tie

dye

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Babysitter Training (Ages 11-18)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Debbie Laflamme

This Babysitters training class will better prepare young teens to be a more responsible, trustworthy
babysitter for family and friends. This class includes techniques in interviewing with parents, infant &
toddler care, diapering, feeding, creative reading, activities for young children, appropriate snacks,
handling bedtime issues, basic first aid, and tips for a safe babysitting experience.

Saturday, May 7
Activity # 22021-A: 12:00p-4:00p, $60

Sensory & Fine Arts Exploration with Kidcasso Art Studio (Ages 6-10)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Kidcasso Art Educators

It’s time to roll up our sleeves, make a mess, and remember to play again! Kidcasso invites elementary
aged artists for 5-weeks of action painting, drawing, clay building, in our Sensory Exploration Fine Arts
Enrichment Experience! Each week our Kidcasso Art Educators will connect STEAM-based learning
into our playful and colorful fine arts teaching style. Children will be guided through open-ended
learning experiences that will allow them to think outside the box and to have fun! All supplies and
materials will be included as well as special treats from our Playcasso Shop for all of our creators!

Thursdays, 4:15-5:15 pm, $125/session

Session & Dates

A: April 7– May 12
*No class 4/21

B: May 19—June 16

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Electricity and Magnetmania (Ages 7-12)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Minds in Motion

Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop! Take
part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit. With the aid of your
instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a
flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell! All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with
ease. You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking
home the World’s Simplest Motor! Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take
part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet. Behold a special magnetic top levitating and
much much more!

Mondays, May 2 - June 13 (8 weeks, no class 5/30)
Activity #22216-A: 4:30p-5:30p, $145

Teen Entrepreneurship Business: Print-On-Demand (Ages 13-16)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Minds in Motion

Come brainstorm and create your very own Print-On-Demand E-commerce business! Grasp the
fundamentals of entrepreneurship and best-business practices which will cement the foundation and
mindset for success! Learn how to generate income by creating simple image or text designs and
uploading them onto a 3rd party print-on-demand platform. Using these designs, you can sell all types of
merchandise like t-shirts, water bottles, and more! With every sale, you will earn a commission while the
print-on-demand platform handles printing, shipping, and all the customer details! You will also learn how
to drive sales using the power of digital marketing. Work with other students as you strengthen critical
thinking, improve communication skills, encourage integrity, and learn leadership qualities. Come think
like an entrepreneur and grow your own business right away! (Participants will need to bring their own
laptop and use or create their own social media accounts.)

Tuesdays, May 3 - June 21 (8 weeks)
Activity #22217-A: 4:30p-5:30p, $145

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Spring Basketball League

Location: Billerica Memorial High School Gym
Instructor: SNL

Basketball season doesn’t have to end with winter! Join us for our brand new spring basketball league
that will put an emphasis on fun, skill development, and friendly competition. Players will be assigned to
teams and equal playing time will be provided to all players. Keep your hoops skills developing and join us
on the court this off-season! Shirts will be provided.

Sundays, May 1 - June 19 (not 5/29), $120

Grades Gender Time
3&4 Co-Ed 2:00 - 3:15
5-8 Girls 3:25 - 4:40
5&6 Boys 4:50 - 6:05
7&8 Boys 6:15 - 7:30

Nerf RIVAL Battlegrounds (Grades 3-8)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department Field
Instructor: Sports Zone 101

Come test your individual and team effectiveness as a participant in our Nerf RIVAL Battlegrounds! The
RIVAL series is designed with Nerfers ages ten and up in mind, as it features high-performance, high-
speed Nerf blasters that are perfect for competitive, team-based play. If you have ever wanted to try out
Paintball, this is a great, safe alternative! The RIVAL blasters use squishy Nerf pellets, which is perfect for
competitive gaming because players can feel when they get hit, but the pellets don’t hurt like Paintball or
Airsoft. This awesome program puts a fresh spin on traditional games like Capture the Flag, King of the
Hill, and Zone Wars, while also allowing participants to get great exercise, learn strategic planning skills,
and make new battle-tested friends. Participants will play different games throughout the day, with
individual and team-based challenges, so there is always something new and exciting to strive for. We will
also have all sorts of obstacles for the students to interact with, so they never know what to expect!
There will be no shortage of fun in this program, and we provide all the necessary supplies, so join the
excitement today!

Saturdays, May 7 - June 11
(5 weeks, no meeting 5/28)
Activity #22201-A: 11:45a-12:45p, $99

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Extreme Sports: Middle School Edition (Grades 6-8)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department Field
Instructor: Sports Zone 101

Extreme Sports is designed exclusively for Middle School Students. Are you ready to take your favorite
sports to an all-new level? With Extreme Sports, we will involve some high degree of speed, risk, and
creativity in taking some of our favorite games to a whole new level. Games will include everything from
competitive Flag Football, Dodgeball, Street Hockey, Ultimate Frisbee, Frisbee Golf, and many of your
other favorite games too. We will also work on some skills, drills, and ways to improve your competition
in all sports throughout the week!

Tuesdays, May 10 - June 7
(5 weeks)

Activity # 22202-A: 4:30p-5:30p, $99

Youth Street Hockey (Grades 3-7) Ninja Warriors (Ages 6-8)

Location: Marshall Middle School Location: Billerica Recreation Department Field
Street Hockey Rink Instructor: Knucklebones

Instructor: Sports Zone 101 Knucklebones Ninja is a blend of strength, skill,
Join your friends for an exciting game of street flexibility, fitness and fun. Throughout class
hockey! Co-ed teams will be formed the first week. participants will engage in various games, drills,
Equipment is provided. elements and obstacle courses. From scaling up
cargo nets on a truss to walking across balance
Wednesdays, April 27 - June 3 beams, climbing over the A-frame to hanging on
(6 weeks) monkey bars, this class allows participants to have
Price: $60 fun while progressing through the basics of ninja
warrior elements.
Activity # Grades Time
22041-A 5-7 5:00p-6:00p Sundays, April 3 - May 15
22041-B 3-4 6:00p-7:00p (6 weeks, no class 4/17)
Activity # 22015-A: 11:00a-11:50a, $120

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SNL Flag Football (Grades K-8)

Location: Marshall Middle School Football Field
Instructor: Saturday Night Lights Staff

Join us for this great opportunity to experience the positive, social, & athletic benefits of flag football.
The goal is to have fun playing the great game of flag football in a safe environment that will help kids
learn and develop the proper skills required. A game shirt and mouth guard will be provided to each
participant. Team requests will not be honored in the interest of keeping teams balanced. Please note,
program times and grade breakdowns may be subject to change, based on enrollment numbers.

Saturdays, May 7 - June 18 (6 weeks, no games 5/28)
Price: $99

Activity # Grade Time
22001-A K-2 4:00p-5:00p
22001-B 3-5 5:15p-6:15p
22001-C 6-8 6:30p-7:30p

Kickboxing for Teens (Ages 14+) Beginner and Intermediate Skateboarding
(Ages 6-18)
Location: MK Boxing
(1 Esquire Road, North Billerica) Location: PHR Recreation Complex Skate Park
Instructor: Billerica Recreation Staff
Instructor: MK Boxing Staff
This class is a mix of boxing and kickboxing The class is designed to introduce beginners to
techniques and combinations. Heavy bags, skateboarding and will focus on Beginners and
conditioning, focus mitts and ring work will all be Intermediate riders. Beginners focus on the basics:
included as elements in this program. This program balance, foot placement, pushing and cruising.
is suitable for different levels of experience. Intermediate young people have a bit more
experience and are able to maintain balance, push
Tuesdays, May 3 - June 7 and cruise. These participants will focus more on
(6 weeks tricks, beginning first and foremost with the
foundation of all street-skating: the “ollie”. More
Activity #22061-A: 6:30p-7:30p, $160 advanced riders who can already ollie but need
some work on skating ledges, platforms, and
transition (ramps) are also welcome.

Tuesdays, May 3 - June 7
(6 weeks)

Activity #22160-A: 4:30p-5:30p, $65

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Kids Intro to Boxing (Ages 6-14)

Location: MK Boxing (1 Esquire Road, North Billerica)
Instructor: MK Boxing Staff

Many children are picking up the sport of boxing. Training in boxing will not only improve the body, it will
improve the mind. The class will use heavy bags; focus mitt training and boxing combinations.
Conditioning is also a large focus of the program. The kids will learn how to slip and avoid punches. The
focus on technique, form, conditioning, power, speed, timing, coordination and balance will be
emphasized. All contact will be practiced using protective shields, pads, focus mitts and heavy bags led by
an instructor. Gloves will be provided.

Price: $160

Activity # Day Dates Time
22046-A Tuesday May 3 - June 7 4:00p-5:00p

22046-B Saturday May 7 - June 11 9:30a-10:30a

Junior Golf Clinics (Ages 7-14)

Location: Billerica Country Club
Instructor: Barrie Bruce Golf Schools
A series of five 75 minute lessons dealing with safety, swing, irons, woods, the short game, and golf
etiquette. These classes are for beginners as well as those who are in the process of developing better
golf skills. Equipment will be provided.

Price: $165

Activity # Day Dates Time
22071-A Monday - Friday April 18 - April 22 9:00a-10:15a
22071-B Monday - Friday April 18 - April 22 1:00p-2:15p

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Youth Tennis - Beginner (Ages 5-13)

Location: Peggy Hannon-Rizza Tennis Courts
Instructor: The Next Champions

For all kids who are new to tennis, or who have taken some lessons. Lessons will work on tennis
fundamentals such as grip, swing, and ball control. Players who are in grades 1-2 must register for this
level, unless instructor approval is given to advance to the intermediate class.

Sundays, May 1 - June 12 (6 weeks, no lessons 5/29)
Price: $80

Activity # Ages Time
22051-A 5-9 3:00p-4:00p
22051-B 10 - 14 4:00p-5:00p

Youth Tennis - Intermediate (Ages 9-14)

Location: Peggy Hannon-Rizza Tennis Courts
Instructor: The Next Champions

This program is for kids in grades 2 and up who have learned the basic strokes and are working on shot
placement and control. Players will focus on ball returns and develop their overhead serve for match play.

Sundays, May 1 - June 12 (6 weeks, no lessons 5/29)
Activity # 22052-A: 5:00p-6:00p, $80

Disc Golf Youth Clinic (Ages 9-15) Keep an eye on our Facebook
page for additional pop-up pro-
Location: Upper VVP
Instructor: Roseanne Hamm grams and special events!
Instruction that introduces the sport of disc golf
to new participants. We will cover the rules for
playing on a course, throwing skills, scoring and
game play on Billerica’s disc golf course. Equip-
ment will be provided, wear comfortable
clothes and shoes and bring water.

Tuesdays, April 26—May 31 (6 weeks)

5-6 pm, $99

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Beginner Archery (Ages 9-16) Intermediate Archery (Ages 9-18)

Location: Vietnam Veterans Park, Upper Field Location: Vietnam Veterans Park, Upper Field
Instructor: On-Site Archery Instructor: On-Site Archery

This program is for those who are new to archery, Archers must have approval from staff to advance
or have limited experience. All archers must start to this level. Participants in this group know and
here unless approved to advance. Proper form and perform proper range rules, procedures, and
skills are taught, and equipment is provided. safety protocols consistently and independently.
Equipment is available for use, but will need
Saturdays, April 9 - June 18 personal equipment if competing in tournaments.
(9 weeks, no class 5/28, 6/11)
Activity # 22101-A: 9:00a-10:10a, $120 Saturdays, April 9 - June 18
(9 weeks, no class 5/28, 6/11)
Activity # 22106-A: 10:25a-11:35a, $120

The On-Site Archery JOAD Club is a registered USA Archery club, offered through the Billerica
Recreation Department. As a registered club, a USA Archery membership is required to participate in
these programs. The USA Archery membership is an all access membership, for just $40 for the whole
year. To become a member, please speak with the Archery program instructor. Our JOAD club has
achievement awards to shoot for. Archers can earn pins in our monthly pin shoots. Each pin level
achieved represents an archer’s progressing skills.

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Youth Taekwondo (Ages 7-12)

Location: MUSA Total Martial Arts
(630 Boston Road, Billerica)

Instructor: MUSA Total Martial Arts
Taekwondo is a Korean Martial Art that encompasses kicking, punching, traditional Martial Arts discipline
and respect. Students will be welcomed into a positive, fun environment where they will strengthen
body, mind, and spirit, while learning focus, building confidence.

Mondays, April 4 - May 16 (6 weeks, no class 4/18)
Activity #22056-A: 5:15p-6:00p, $90

Youth Learn to Skate (Ages 7-15)

Location: Burlington Ice Palace
(36 Ray Ave, Burlington)
Instructor: FMC Ice Sports

For participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics
in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. A helmet,
such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant. Wear warm,
comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters
should wear waterproof clothing and gloves. Rental skates are available on a first-come, first serve basis
and are included in the class fee. Participants are welcome to bring their own skates, although double
blade skates are not permitted.

Price: $152

Activity # Day Dates Time

21081-A Wednesdays May 4 - June 22 4:30p-4:55p

21081-B Sundays May 8 - June 26 3:00p-3:25p

Instructors Wanted!!

Do you have a skill or talent and would like to offer a program
through the Recreation Department? Let us know! For more

information, reach out to us at www.BillericaRec.com, or call us
at (978) 671-0921.

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My Mini & Me Cookie Decorating Workshop

Friday, May 6, 6-7:30 pm
Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Kiran Rana of Kiran’s Kookies
$60 per child/adult pair, $20 each additional child
This fun cookie decorating program is designed for a child and their special grown up. Spend some
quality time together the Friday evening of Mother’s Day weekend! The theme is “Love Bugs” and as a
pair you will decorate 8 delicious scratch-made sugar cookies with fresh icing in the colors of your
choice. Each additional registered child will receive 3 additional cookies to decorate.

Family Fun Night

Friday, May 20, 6:30-7:45 pm
Location: Kohlrausch Park
Instructor: Carolisa of Moonlight DJz
$9/child, grown ups are free!
An evening of dancing and fun for children ages 4-11 and their caregiver! This event will be held out-
doors in the fresh air with plenty of room to move and groove to kid-friendly popular music. Classic fa-
vorites like the limbo, and freeze dance will make an appearance, but you will also have the chance to

learn something new.
In the event of inclement weather, a rain date will be chosen at that time.

Family Learn to Play Disc Golf

Saturday, April 30
Location: Upper VV P
Instructor: Roseanne Hamm

4-5:30, $25/family
Bring the family and learn to play disc golf! Appropriate for ages 8 and up. This class will introduce the
equipment, throwing skills, rules for game play, and scoring. Equipment is provided, wear comforta-

ble clothes, sneakers, and bring water.

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Therapeutic Recreation, also known as TR or Rec Therapy, is the practice of using leisure and recreation
to improve quality of life and functioning across all domains for people with disabling conditions and
different abilities.

Here at Billerica Recreation Department, we are excited to begin building a Community TR Division.
Therapeutic Recreation in the community can look like a variety of different things, but our vision for the
future includes adaptive programs for all ages, inclusion support services, specialized summer programs,
and sensory friendly components to our larger scale family events.

All programs and intake processes are facilitated by our Assistant Director who is a CTRS (Certified
Therapeutic Recreation Specialist) and has many years of experience in the field. If you have any
questions at all about Therapeutic Recreation programs and our path forward, or whether a program is a
good fit for your family member, please don’t hesitate to contact us and ask for Laurel!

Registration Process:

1. Participant Intake Packet: All participants must have a completed packet on file before attending
programs. This information allows us to plan for safety, help participants meet their goals, and
modify programs as necessary.

2. Intake Meeting: It is important that we speak with a caregiver and/or meet participants before their
first time at program. This can be done on the phone, in person, or via zoom. This conversation will
give us the opportunity to ask follow up questions and gather all the information we need.

3. Program Registration and Payment: Once we all know that the program is a good fit, go ahead and
sign up so we can have some fun!

A note on Summer Inclusion:

An application for inclusion support and a parent packet will be available on our website by Mid-April
so that we can work with you on how to best support your child in our summer programs.

Help Wanted!

We can’t grow our TR programs without people like you to help us! Do you have experience with special
population, or an interest in learning how to work with people with different abilities, and want to have
fun getting to know some of your amazing neighbors?! We are looking for qualified adults ages 18+ to fill
a variety of positions, including:

- Adaptive Program Leaders and Support Staff - Inclusion Aides - Sports Coaches
- Volunteers - Special Event Help

Email [email protected] or call the Rec Department and ask for Laurel with any questions,
or to apply!

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Leisure Adventures Club (Ages 18+ with a disability)

LAC includes social activities and community outings for older teens and adults that are designed
specifically to accommodate those with cognitive, developmental, or physical impairments. Programs are
led by qualified Billerica Recreation staff members. Staff to participant ratio will not exceed 1:6.

Please see online forms for guidelines for participation or reach out for more information.

Taste Buds Kitchen Max’s Mini Golf

The chef instructors at TBK in North Andover will A round of mini golf, bumper boats, and ice cream
teach us how to make chicken parm, risotto and sounds like a great way to kick off the summer! All
cannolis in this fun cooking class! Yum!
activities listed are included in cost of program.
Tuesday, April 5
Activity # 26001-A: 6:00p-9:00 pm, $50 Thursday, June 2

Activity # 26001-D: 5:30p-9:00 pm, $25

Bowling at King’s Periwinkle Art & Glassworks

We will join our neighbors from Burlington Parks & Let’s head to a new art studio in Groton and learn
Rec Department’s “Out & About” program for a something new! Each participant will make and
night of bowling and friendship! Please bring your take home a stained glass mirror masterpiece.
own money if you wish to order food.
Wednesday, June 22
Wednesday, April 27
Activity# 26001-B: 5:30-8:30 pm, $20 Activity #26001-E: 5:30-8:30 pm, $40

Boston Duck Tour

Leaving from the Museum of Science, we will enjoy an
80 minute Duck Tour to take in the sights!
Saturday, May 21
Activity #26001-C: *Time TBD*, $40

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Adult Archery (Ages 16+)

Location: Vietnam Veterans Park, Upper Field
Instructor: On-Site Archery

The Adult Archery Club is for those who want to
learn archery, or who have experience with target
archery. All skill levels welcome! Being a club, a
USA Archery membership is required, which is just
$60 for the whole year. To become a member,
please speak with the archery program instructor.
Archery equipment is provided by instructor.

Saturdays, April 9 - June 18
(9weeks, no lessons 5/28, 6/11)
Activity # 23135-A: 11:50a-1:00p, $120

Adult Tennis (Ages 14+) Adult Beach Volleyball (Ages 18+)

Location: Peggy Hannon-Rizza Tennis Courts Location: Micozzi Beach
Instructor: The Next Champions Instructor: Billerica Recreation Staff
Open play. New teams formed each week in this
A beginner-level tennis program for teens and fun co-ed pickup program.
adults looking to pick up a new sport, or develop
the basic skills of tennis. Saturdays, April 30 - June 11
(6 weeks, no games 5/28)
Sundays, May 1 - June 12 Activity # 23016-A: 9:45a-11:45a, $30
(6 weeks, no lessons 5/29)
Activity # 23116-A: 6:00p-7:00p, $80

Teen & Adult Taekwondo (15+)

Location: MUSA Total Martial Arts
(630 Boston Road, Billerica)

Instructor: MUSA Total Martial Arts
Our teen and adult taekwondo classes are designed to have fun and release your daily stresses. Our
workouts are a combination of low-impact exercised, punching, kicking and flexibility training. Our
certified master and instructors tailor every class to everyone’s skill level.

Thursdays, April 7 - May 19
(6 weeks, no class 4/21)

Activity 23141-A: 6:15p-7:00p, $90

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Adult Skate (Ages 18+) Kickboxing for Adults (Ages 18+)

Location: Hallenborg Ice Rink Location: MK Boxing
Come join your friends for a morning skate at the (1 Esquire Road, North Billerica)
Hallenborg Ice Rink. Have fun while exercising to a
healthy lifestyle. Please register directly with the Instructor: MK Boxing Staff
Recreation Department. This class is a mix of boxing and kickboxing
techniques and combinations. Heavy bags,
Fridays, April 1 - May 6 conditioning, focus mitts and ring work will all be
(5 weeks) included as elements in this program. This program
is suitable for different levels of experience.
Activity # 23026-A: 10:30a-11:30a, $5
Tuesdays, May 3 - June 7
(6 weeks)

Activity #23061-A: 6:30p-7:30p, $160

Intro to Golf (Ages 18+)

Location: Billerica Country Club
Instructor: Barrie Bruce Golf Schools
Designed for the new golfer who has little to no experience, this class will teach the fundamentals of golf.
Equipment provided, if needed.

Price: $205

Activity # Day Dates Time
23131-A Thursdays April 14 - May 12 5:30p-6:30p
23131-B Mondays May 2 - June 6 7:00p-8:00p

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Teen & Adult Learn to Skate (Ages 16+)

Location: Burlington Ice Palace
(36 Ray Ave, Burlington)
Instructor: FMC Ice Sports

Ages 16 and up are invited to learn to skate, or enhance skating skills in a fun & comfortable learning
environment. Classes include group instruction, free time, & encourage skaters to learn at their own pace.
Helmet or HECC helmet is required. Rental skates are available on a first come, first serve basis, and are
included in the class fee. Please arrive 15-20 minutes prior to class time.

Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement. You are allowed to bring skates, but double
bladed skates are not permitted.

Price: $168

Activity # Day Dates Time
23151-A Wednesdays May 4 - June 22 5:00p-5:50p
23151-B May 8 - June 26 3:30p-4:20p
Sundays

Pick-Up Pickleball (Ages 18+) Learn to Play Pickleball
(Ages 18+)
Location: Peggy Hannon-Rizza Tennis Courts
Instructor: Billerica Recreation Staff Location: Peggy Hannon-Rizza Tennis Courts
Instructor: Kevin Martin, Certified PRR Instructor
Higher-paced, competitive pickleball play in this co- Have you been wanting to try pickleball but don’t
ed program. This program is for those who know feel comfortable just showing up during an open
how to play pickleball, and are comfortable playing play session? Not sure how to swing a paddle,
without instructor guidance. New this season, our where to stand on the court or how to keep score?
Pickleball Season Pass registers you for all summer Well, here’s your chance to learn the fundamentals
pickleball dates. of the fastest growing sport in the country! Come
join us with instructor Kevin Martin, who is a
Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 26 - June 30 member of the Professional Pickleball Registry and
(10 weeks) is a Certified PPR instructor for skills development.

9:00a-12:00p & 7:00p-9:30p Tuesdays, May 3 - June 7
Season Pass: $20 (6 weeks)

Activity #23136-B: 5:00p-6:15p, $75

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Cookie Decorating with Kiran’s Kookies *cookie designs may be different
(Ages 18+)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Kiran Rana of Kiran’s Kookies
Grab a friend and spend the evening decorating
delicious, scratch-made sugar cookies! Each
participant will be provided with 6 cookies, and
freshly made royal icing. Kiran will teach you how
to color your icing, fill a piping bag, and all the
frosting and decorating techniques you need to
know to create half a dozen beautiful
masterpieces based on the class theme. All
cookies, ingredients, and materials are included in
the class fee.

Theme: Easter
Thursday, April 7
7:45-9:15 pm, $45

Bellydancing for Women (Age 18+)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Carolisa of Moonlight DJ’s

Make it a girls’ night with friends, mom or daughter to try this beautiful and joyous dance! Energizing yet
relaxing; fast & fiery to slow & smooth, we cover all the basics in this beginner series including a Greek
dance and the beautiful Veil dance; all set to a fantastic mix of world music. Increase flexibility and work
all muscles, especially the core, in this feel-great, FUN & friendly class! Wear comfortable stretchy
clothing and thick socks or ballet-type slippers that “slide”. Women of all ages and fitness levels
welcome!

Activity # Day Dates Time Price
43096-A Thursdays 6:30p-7:30p $45
43096-B Thursdays April 7 - May 5 6:30p-7:30p $45

May 19 - June 23
(no class 6/9)

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Hatha Yoga (Ages 16+)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Lawrence Brown

Start your day off with yoga, when you’ll stretch, tone, and strengthen your body with traditional yoga
sequences. Also, discover fluid Qigong/TaiChi movements, relaxing yin poses, and awaken Kundalini
energy through gentle exercises. Soothe your body, mind, and soul with mindful breathing and
meditation for a feeling of overall peace and well-being. Suitable for all levels of practitioners. Bring
along a mat, blanket, and water.

Mondays, April 4 - June 13
(9 weeks, no class 4/18, 5/30)
Activity #23061-A: 9:30a-10:45a, $70

Intermediate Yoga Practice (Ages 16+)

Location: Billerica Recreation Department
Instructor: Lawrence Brown

Emphasizing wellness through practice to bring into your daily life. Class only requires participation and
proceeds at your own pace with moderate to deeper movement and deeper stretching with alignment
and breath. Modifications can be made for any pose. Participants of all abilities are welcome. Bring along
a mat and water.

Wednesdays, April 6 - June 15
(10 weeks, no class 4/20)

Activity #23191-A: 9:30a-10:45a, $70

Zumba Workout (Age 16+)

Location: Kohlrausch Park
Instructor: Carolisa of Moonlight DJ’s
Move, Groove, Dance, be fit & have FUN! Get funky to a fantastic mix of dance classics to current music,
plus plenty of 80’s, 90’s, plus Latin and Bollywood; learn an Irish & a barn dance! It’s easy to catch on;
adjust the workout to suit you. Optional: bring your therabands to use for a couple songs to target bi’s &
tri’s. Best are sneakers without much tread. Beginners & all fitness levels welcome! Dance off calories in
this FUN & friendly class!

Activity # Day Dates Time Price
43091-A Tuesdays April 12 - May 10 6:30p-7:30p $45
43091-B Tuesdays May 24 - June 21 6:30p-7:30p $45

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Meditation (Ages 18+) Pilates (Ages 18+)

Online via Zoom Online via Zoom
Instructor: Personal Euphoria Instructor: Personal Euphoria
End your day with a quiet sense of calm. During Exercises focus on the core muscles which include
this program, you will explore a variety of the abs, back, glutes and shoulders. We work to
breathing practices combined with meditation to create balance and strength in your trunk and
settle and focus the mind. We will use positive loose, limber limbs. Pilates strives to makes you
affirmations, mantra and the chakra system to strong and long while improving balance,
tune in and work towards aligning with peace and coordination and posture. Every part of the body
balance. gets worked and you’ll discover muscles you never
knew you had. Please bring a mat, a water, a green
Thursdays, April 21 - June 23 (or medium weight) flex band, and a 7.5-9 inch
(10 weeks) stability ball.

Activity #27001-A: 7:00p-7:30p, $60 Tuesdays, April 19 - June 21
(10 weeks)
Barre (Ages 18+)
Activity #27003-A: 6:00p-6:45p, $70
Online via Zoom
Instructor: Personal Euphoria Simplified Weight Management for Women
Barre is a fusion of Pilates, dance, yoga, and (Ages 40+)
functional training that will lift, tone, and sculpt as
well as define and strengthen your core muscles. Location: Virtual Program
This full body sculpting class uses the ballet Instructor: Pearl Nourishment Staff
Barre (if not available, we’ll use chairs) and small, An 8-week coach-guided program designed for
isometric, concentrated movements to create lean perimenopausal & menopausal women to equip
muscles. Each class incorporates an upper body them with strategies for a healthier menopause
workout and a combination of high-intensity transition. If you are a woman who can't seem to
sequences of thigh, glute, and core exercises at find time for self-care; - then this program is for
the Barre. The fluid class is set to upbeat music at a you. Healthy habits are based on the four life
vigorous pace to get your heart pumping! Classical areas where women often need the most
Barre is a more traditional style of Barre. Please support: 1) Time Planning/Goal Setting; 2)
bring water, a mat, 2-3 and 5-8 pound hand Nutrition Design; 3) Activity Formula; 4) Stress
weights, and 9 inch ball and resistance loop Management. Set yourself up for a smoother
resistance bands are recommended as well. menopause transition!

Mondays, April 18 - June 20 Tuesdays, April 26 - June 14
(9 weeks, no class 5/30) (8 weeks)

Activity #27002-A: 5:45p-6:30p, $64 Activity # 23150-A: 7:00p-8:00p, $150

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Core Strength (Ages 18+) Bellydance (Ages 18+)

Online via Zoom Online via Zoom
Instructor: Personal Euphoria Instructor: Carolisa of Moonlight DJ’s
This functionally, fun class provides a complete Make it a girls’ night with friends, mom or
workout that will help tone and reshape your daughter to try this beautiful and joyous dance!
body. You will use light weights, bands and your Energizing yet relaxing; fast & fiery to slow &
own body weight to improve strength, flexibility, smooth, we cover all the basics in this beginner
balance and stamina to sculpt and tone. Bring a series including a Greek dance and the beautiful
yoga mat, water, and light weights. Veil dance; all set to a fantastic mix of world music.
Increase flexibility and work all muscles, especially
Price: $70 the core, in this feel-great, FUN & friendly class!
Wear comfortable stretchy clothing and thick
Activity # Day Dates Time socks or ballet-type slippers that “slide”. Women
27005-A Wednesday 9:00a-9:45a of all ages and fitness levels welcome!
April 20 -
June 22

27005-B Thursday April 21 - 6:00p-6:45p Option Day Dates Time Price
June 23 One Night Wed. April 6 6:30p-7:30p $10

Weekly Wed. April 13 - May 11 6:30p-7:30p $49

High Interval Training (Ages 18+) Tighten & Tone (Ages 18+)

Online via Zoom Online via Zoom
Instructor: Personal Euphoria Instructor: Personal Euphoria
(AKA Interval Strength) Interval training is a great Get the endorphins flowing in Tighten and Tone. A
way to increase your endurance and can increase Pilates based class designed to strengthen your
aerobic capacity in just two days of training. This is arms and back using 2 lb. weights, trim and slim
a high intensity class. We’ll focus on endurance your middle through a series of mat-based
training, strength training and all-over body exercises, and lengthen and define the lower body
toning. You’ll be sprinting, jump roping, resistance through body weight resistance to improve
training, and doing plyometrics (which involves balance and stamina. Top off a successful class
jumping). While modifications will be given, this with a rewarding full body stretch to seal in all
may not be a suitable class for individuals with your hard work. Please bring a mat, a blanket, 2-3
certain knee or ankle injuries. The class flies by and lb. weights, and 9 inch ball and resistance loop
no muscle goes untouched. Please bring water, a resistance bands are recommended as well.
mat, towel, 5-8 lb. hand weights, and a jump rope.
Wednesdays, April 20 - June 22
Wednesdays, April 20 - June 22 (10 weeks)
(10 weeks)
Activity #27006-A: 5:45p-6:30p, $70
Activity #27004-A: 7:45a-8:30a, $70

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BILLERICA RECREATION DEPARTMENT
248 BOSTON ROAD, BILLERICA, MA 01821
Phone: (978) 671-0921 Fax: (978) 671-0927
www.BillericaRec.com

Adult/Parent/Guardian: First and Last Name

Address

Town State Zip Code
Email Date of Birth
Home Phone Cell Phone
State Zip Code
Secondary Adult/Parent/Guardian: First and Last Name Email Date of Birth

Address
Town

Home Phone Cell Phone

Special instructions, allergies and/or information that an instructor needs to be aware of:

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