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Published by Burlington Parks & Recreation Department, 2021-11-08 11:56:01

Winter 2022 Brochure

Winter 2022 Brochure

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Covid-19 information office hours

Burlington Parks & Recreation Department requires participants who Monday - Friday
have not completed their vaccination, who cannot be vaccinated and 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
those who are not eligible for vaccination, including children less than *We will be closed on Dec. 31, Jan. 17
12 years of age to wear masks while participating in indoor
programs (unless they are eligible for an exception under the & Feb. 21
governor’s current mask order). Instructors of youth programs, Phone: 781.270.1695
regardless of vaccination status, are also required to wear masks
throughout their indoor program. We strongly recommend that if
your child is under 5 years old and can safely and appropriately
wear, remove and handle a face mask to wear one while at their
indoor program. Participants who are eligible to be vaccinated, but
are not vaccinated, must continue to wear masks and remain
physically distant (6 feet) while participating in indoor programs. We
will continue to monitor the governor's guidance and make changes to
our policy as required. If new guidance is released programs will be
adjusted accordingly.

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Registration guidelines

1. For your convenience, online registration is available at You may also register
by mail.
2. If your address is not printed on your check, provide a photocopy of your driver’s license.
3. If you think the staff should be aware of any medical, physical or emotional conditions regarding the
participant, please provide information on the registration form.
4. The only time you will hear from us is if your program is full, canceled, you get your second choice, or there is
a change in day or time. If both your choices are filled, your name will be placed on the waiting list and a refund
will be sent to you.

Waiting list

If your desired class is filled, you will be notified and placed on a waiting list. We will make every effort to

accommodate those on the waiting list.

how to register by mail

1. Log on to and print out a registration form.
2. One registration form may be used for all of your family’s registrations.
3. Fill out the registration form completely and accurately so that your family information may be entered into
the computer correctly.
4. You may pay by check or money order (payable to Town of Burlington), MasterCard, Discover, Amex or Visa.
5. Send registration form, payment, and birth certificates (if required) to: Burlington Parks & Recreation
Department, Registration, Town Hall, Burlington, MA 01803.
6. If your address is not printed on your check, provide a photocopy of your driver’s license.

about us

The Parks & Recreation Department’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for Burlington
citizens by providing high quality recreation facilities, programs and services.

parks and recreation commission staff directory

Kevin Sullivan BRendan egan

Chair Director of Parks and Recreation

steve nelson Bill baker, CPSI

Vice Chair Superintendent of Park Maintenance

David Norden Kelly Lehman, CPSI

Member Program Coordinator

Bill Gaffney Jessie hampson

Planning Board Representative Assistant Program Coordinator

Thomas Murphy Emma Jones, CTRS

School Department Representative Therapeutic Recreation Specialist

Program title key

= In-person Program
= Virtual Program
= Hybrid Program


Discovery Pre-School

Ages 3 - 5 (toilet trained), 9 am - Noon, Visco Building at Simonds Park, Director: Leigh Ann Shaw
Through activities such as music, storytelling, art, science, building and dramatic play, your child will gain many
new skills while making new friends. Each week, we’ll follow new themes that relate to the seasons and a child’s
natural curiosity about the world. On occasion, we will enjoy organized games and activities utilizing the fields
and forest of Simonds Park while discovering the joys of winter with each other. Please pack a water bottle and
peanut free snack. Be sure your child is dressed appropriately for outside play. A copy of your child’s birth
certificate should accompany the registration form of new participants.

Day/Dates Fee Activity #:

Mon., Jan. 3 - March 21 (not 1/17 & 2/21) $312 (10 weeks) 253400-A

Wed., Jan. 5 - March 23 (not 2/23) $343 (11 weeks) 253400-B

Pre-School Bookworms TinyTykes Soccer

Ages 3 - 5 (toilet trained), 9 am - Noon, $343 Sundays, Jan. 9 - Feb. 13
(11 weeks), Visco Building at Simonds Park $100 (6 weeks), Recreation Gym

Director: Jenna Lloyd Instructor: Challenger Sports
We all know that children are enriched by books. Stories This curriculum has been created to promote and
promote cognitive, social and emotional development enhance the key areas of child development with a
while building writing and reading skills. In this program, major focus on fun! Children will develop their
your child will become immersed in a new story each balance, agility, coordination, color recognition and
week through the use of books, flannel board, puppets, numerical learning, along with increasing their
and dramatic play. Art, science, and other literacy confidence and social skills. Registration fee includes
experiences will revolve around the chosen story and ball and uniform for players.
imaginations will soar. Please pack a water bottle and
peanut free snack. A copy of your child’s birth certificate Ages Time Activity #
should accompany the registration form of new 2-3 1 - 1:45 pm 262900-A
participants. 4-5 2 - 2:45 pm 262900-B

Day/Dates Activity #: Inclusion Services
Tues., Jan. 4 - March 22 (not 2/22) 251600-A
Thurs., Jan. 6 - March 24 (not 2/24) 251600-B See a program in our brochure you or your family
member is interested in?! Reach out to Emma
Jones, CTRS ([email protected]) to inquire

about inclusion services for any of our programs.

Lil Sports

Ages 2 - 5, $90 (8 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: Lil Sports Staff

This fun, energetic program is set to music and teaches children the basics of multiple sports and activities while
building teamwork, listening skills, and gross motor skills.

Day Dates Time Activity #

Saturdays Jan. 22 - March 19 (not 2/19) 9:30 - 10:15 am 271800-A

Saturdays Jan. 22 - March 19 (not 2/19) 10:30 - 11:15 am 271800-B

Mondays Jan. 24 - March 21 (not 2/21) 9:30 - 10:15 am 271800-C

Parent/Child Playdate in the Pool Mommy & Me

Ages 1 - 5, Thursdays, 2:15 – 3:15 pm Wednesdays, Jan. 12 - March 23 (not 2/23)
Jan. 20 - Feb. 17, $35 (5 weeks), Goldfish Swim $75 (10 weeks), Function Room
School 10 B St. Burlington, Activity #: 210800-A Instructor: Marie Grinnell
This is an unstructured, open swim for you and your
child to spend time together getting familiar with Is your child not old enough for pre-school? This “pre-
water in a heated (90 degree) pool! This is a great pre-school” program is perfect for both of you! You and
opportunity for young kids who may not have had your child (or your child and his/her caregiver) will enjoy
previous experience in water or for those in the developmentally appropriate stories, games, songs,
beginning stages of swimming. Participants will creative movement and art activities each week - all
practice moving in the water, kicking, blowing bubbles designed to help you get the most out of this important
or even floating! A parent must get in the pool with one on one time with your child.
their child, only one child per parent is allowed, and
children must wear reusable swim diapers.

Ages Time Activity #

2 - 3 (with a caregiver) 9:30 - 10:15 am 244500-A

3 - 4 (with a caregiver) 10:30 - 11:15 am 244500-B

New to Zoom?! Mommy (Daddy)
& Me Music and
Check out the answers to the most frequently asked
questions related to Zoom on page 21. Ages walking - 3, Saturdays

Jan. 8 - March 5 (not 2/19 & 2/26), $102 (7 weeks)

Ellens School of Dance 767 Boston Rd. Billerica or

Little Dragons Virtual, Instructor: Laurie Enos-Pandolfo

Ages 3 - 4, $208 (13 weeks, uniform included) Any caregiver is welcome to play the role of “Mommy”.
Steve Nugent’s Institute / 207F Cambridge St.
This includes lots of games to help develop fine and
Instructors: Steve Nugent & Staff
Come join the fun and explore this introductory karate gross motor skills with activities like Rhythm and
program that focuses on enhancing your child’s fine
and gross motor skills. Emphasis will be put on Instruments, Puppets, Bubble Time and much more!!
listening, memory, and attention. Children will be
taught breathing, stretching, self-discipline & This class will instill a love of music and dance at a
coordination. Classes also cover health, nutrition, fire
safety & stranger awareness. young age. We are offering this program both In Studio

& Online through Zoom. Virtual participants can
improvisDeawteitsh what they may already have at home or

may rent or purchase a basket of props.

Time Activity #

Day Dates Time Activity # 8:30 - 9:15 am In person: 233500-A
Virtual: 233500-VIR
Thurs. Jan. 6 - March 31 3:30 - 4 pm 270000-A
In Person: 233500-B
Sat. Jan. 8 - April 2 9:30 - 10 am 270000-B 10:15 - 11 am Virtual: 233500-VIRB

Baseball Tots

Mondays, $55 (4 weeks), Recreation Gym

Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy

This developmental program uses a variety of fun games to engage kids while teaching the sport of baseball

and developing fundamental skills. This class uses a variety of props and games to engage kids.

Ages Time Dates Activity #

3-4 3 - 3:45 pm Jan. 24 - Feb. 14 273400-A

4-5 4 - 4:45 pm Jan. 24 - Feb. 14 273400-B

3-4 3 - 3:45 pm Feb. 28 - March 21 273400-C

4-5 4 - 4:45 pm Feb. 28 - March 21 273400-D

Music with Miss Maura

$72 (6 weeks), Ceramics Room
Instructor: Maura Pastran, MT-BC
Music with Miss Maura is an early-childhood music
program designed to support and enhance children’s
development throughout early childhood. Through
music, movement, and instrument play, children
engage in a variety of music experiences within a fun
and exciting atmosphere, supporting their social,
emotional, physical and musical development!

(9 months - 18 months) with a caregiver

Day Dates Time Activity #
Fridays Jan. 7 - Feb. 11 9:30 - 10:15 am 247100-A
Fridays Feb. 18 - March 25 9:30 - 10:15 am 247100-B

Day Toddlers Activity #
Fridays (18 months - 3 years) with a caregiver 247100-C
Fridays 247100-D
Saturdays Dates Time 247100-E
Saturdays Jan. 7 - Feb. 11 10:30 - 11:15 am 247100-F
Feb. 18 - March 25 10:30 - 11:15 am
Jan. 8 - Feb. 12 9:15 - 10 am
Feb. 19 - March 26 9:15 - 10 am

Preschool & Siblings
(3 years - 5 years and siblings) with a caregiver. Siblings must also register.

Day Dates Time Activity #
Saturdays Jan. 8 - Feb. 12 11:15 - 12 pm 247100-G
Saturdays Feb. 19 - March 26 11:15 - 12 pm 247100-H

Dance Classes at BPRD! Ballet & Tap

At Burlington Parks & Recreation Department, we Ages 3 & 4, Fridays, Jan. 7 - March 18 (not 2/25)
know you want to find an activity that your child 10 - 10:45 am, $92 (10 weeks), Function Room
not only loves, but is excited to attend each week! Instructor: Lisa Sanchez, Activity #: 230501-A
Our classes allow for your child to develop new Join us for a starting point that encourages multi-sensory
friendships, learn about teamwork, stay active exploration. At this age, dance should be about learning to
and most importantly, HAVE FUN! Through these nurture creativity in movement. Developing coordination
classes, we will introduce musicality, balance and and promoting self-esteem, combined with learning basic
movement in a structured environment. We will positions and terminology are the building blocks.
focus on coordination and rhythm in creative and Participants should have both ballet and tap shoes.
imaginative ways. Participants will have a
physically distant dance spot. Pip Hop

What should we bring to class? Ages 3 & 4, Fridays, Jan. 7 - March 18 (not 2/25)
11 - 11:45 am, $92 (10 weeks), Function Room
Please be sure your child uses the restroom prior Instructor: Lisa Sanchez, Activity #: 233200-A
to entering class. Please see the specific class Has your pip squeak wanted to “dance like the big kids”?
description for the type of footwear needed. Well now is their chance… Pip Hop is Hip Hop for the
younger set. Our Pip Hop class is full of rhythm, body
Girls should wear awareness, simple choreography and high energy
craziness all set to cool funky music! If you have a pip-
black leotard with pink tights squeak that can’t stop moving, bring them to this simplified
hip hop class to get their groove on. Participants should
Boys should wear wear sneakers.

white t-shirt, black sweatpants or shorts Storytime Dance

black footwear Ages 3 - 5, Fridays, Jan. 7 - March 18 (not 2/25)
12:30 - 1:15 pm, $92 (10 weeks), Function Room
Dance Concepts Instructor: Lisa Sanchez, Activity #: 230511-A
Come stretch your imagination, as well as your toes, in the
Ages 2 & 3 (with caregiver), Fridays, storybook dance class based on dances from your favorite
Jan. 7 - March 18 (not 2/25), 9:15 - 9:45 am fairy tales and ballet stories! Each week we will head out on
a magical adventure, exploring dance along with our
$92 (10 weeks), Function Room enchanting story. We will feature Not a Box, Giraffes Can't
Instructor: Lisa Sanchez, Activity #: 230000-A Dance, and many more. Your child will explore elements of
A great way to bond with your little one! This creative movement, ballet, tap, and jazz, in this delightful
class is perfect for the child who still needs a little trip to enchanted kingdoms and then bring the story home
more time before separating from their for you to enjoy. Participants should have ballet and tap
caregiver. This class addresses the essence of shoes as well as sneakers.
movement and basics of dance while teaching
them how their body moves.. Children learn basic Ballet & Jazz
dance steps and terminology through songs,
stories, and play. Participants should have both
ballet and tap shoes.

Ages 4 & 5, Fridays, Jan. 7 - March 18 (not 2/25)
1:30 - 2:15 pm, $92 (10 weeks), Function Room
Instructor: Lisa Sanchez, Activity #: 230521-A
This class is a combination of ballet and jazz in which the
primary objective is to tell a story or convey emotions with
their body. These classes begin with an alternating warm-
up and are followed by technique/turns/jumps, across the
floor, floor work, and choreography. Children will start to
learn how to “story dance” in this wonderfully creative
movement class. Participants should have ballet shoes
and sneakers.



Schedules are subject to change based on gym availibility. Coaches are needed for all levels. Please contact
the Parks and Recreation Department or fill out an application found on our website if interested.

Lil Hoopsters Mini March Madness

Grades K & 1, Saturdays, Jan. 15 - Feb. 19 Grades K - 3, Saturdays, March 5 - 26 (4 weeks)
$37 (6 weeks), Francis Wyman Gym Francis Wyman Gym, Instructor: Ken Pondelli
Instructor: Ken Pondelli This introduction to basketball will teach participants
the basic skills and fundamentals.
This coed program is designed to introduce
participants to the game of basketball. The focus of Grade Time Fee Activity #
this program will be on the very basics and Kindergarten
fundamentals of the game. Grade 1 9 - 9:45 am $33 274901-A
Grade 2
Grade Time Activity # Grade 3 10 - 10:45 am $33 274901-B
Kindergarten 8 - 8:45 am 271702-A
Grade 1 9 - 9:45 am 271702-B 11 - 12:15 $39 274901-C

12:30 - 1:45 $39 274901-D

Rookie League Basketball Youth Basketball

Grades 2 & 3, December - February, $55 Grades 4 - 8, December - March, $55
Francis Wyman Gym BHS Gyms, Instructor: TBD

This developmental program, in cooperation with In this skill-building program, emphasis is placed on
Burlington Youth Basketball Association, will focus learning fundamentals, teamwork and having fun!
on how to play the game rather than running plays Scrimmages will be held on Saturdays and practices
and winning games. Scrimmages will be played on will be held on Wednesday evenings starting in
Saturdays and practices will be held mid week - girls January. Full schedule will be released closer to start
will practice Tuesday evenings and boys will practice date.
Thursday evenings. Full schedule will be released
closer to start date.

Grade Activity # Grade Activity #
Grade 2 Girls 271736-A Grade 4 & 5 Girls 271746-A
Grade 2 Boys 271735-A Grade 4 & 5 Boys 271746-B
Grade 3 Girls 271736-B Grade 6 - 8 Girls 271766-A
Grade 3 Boys 271735-B Grade 6 - 8 Boys 271766-B

Kids Test Kitchen

Thursdays, Jan. 13 - Feb. 17, $130 (6 weeks), Ceramics Room, Instructor: Kids Test Kitchen Staff
Kids’ Test Kitchen is on a mission to get young eaters cooking, tasting, and thinking about healthy ingredients!
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.
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! Even the most reluctant eaters enjoy KTK, where participation is expected,
but tasting is always optional. Recipes for this session include artichokes, winter comfort stew, scratch pasta,
nourishing nachos, stuffed peppers, and polenta with fruit salsa! Please disclose any food allergies or dietary
restrictions when you register.

Age Time Activity #
Ages 3 - 5 3:30 - 4:30 pm 251801-A
Ages 6 - 8 251801-B
5 - 6 pm

Indoor Rock Climbing

Ages 7 - 12, Saturdays, Jan. 29 - March 26 (not 2/26), 11:30 am - 1:30 pm, $250 (8 weeks), Central Rock Gym
10 Adam Rd Stoneham, Instructors: Central Rock Gym Staff, Activity #: 279101-A

This is a great first step for younger participants interested in learning about the sport of climbing in a fun, low-
stress environment. In this program, the coaches will introduce our participants to the skills and concepts that
climbers need to build a solid foundation for climbing growth. The youth clinic strives to open the door for youth
climbers to become comfortable in the gym and make lasting friendships. All gear is included. Central Rock Gym
requires participants to wear a mask.

Everyone Deserves a Chance to Play Indoor Tennis

We recognize the importance of recreation and the health and Ages 5 - 7, Mondays, Jan. 24 - March 7
wellness benefits it provides. Our financial assistance program (not 2/21), 4:45 - 5:30 pm, $40 (6 weeks)
is here to assist families in need. To complete the application, Recreation Gym, Instructor: Scott Barrett

please visit our website and click on parent portal. Activity #: 274301-A
Beginner level tennis players will learn the
Karate basics of the sport using smaller rackets,
softer balls, and smaller nets. All equipment
Ages 5 - 13, $208 (13 weeks, uniform included) is provided.
Steve Nugent’s Institute 207F Cambridge St.
Beat Bullying
Instructors: Steve Nugent & Staff
This is an introductory karate program that teaches proper stance, Ages 6 - 12, Saturday, Feb. 12, 3 - 3:45 pm
breathing, how to stretch, self-discipline, coordination, and $25, Steve Nugent’s Institute 207F
practical self-defense. Classes cover health, nutrition, fire safety,
and stranger awareness. Cambridge St., Instructor: Steve Nugent
& Staff, Activity #: 258301-A
Days Dates Time Activity #
Bullying is a behavior that is intentional,
Mondays Jan. 3 - March 28 5:30 - 6:15 pm 270501-A repetitive, and hurtful. An imbalance of
power exists between the child who is
6:15 - 7 pm 270501-B bullying and the intended target. In this
class, children will learn direct and indirect
Wednesdays Jan. 5 - March 30 6:15 - 7 pm 270501-C techniques that will help them deal with a
bully effectively.
Saturdays Jan. 8 - April 2 1 - 1:45 pm 270501-D

youth S.T.E.A.M. & Fitness

Brazilian Jiu-Jitzu Learn to Skate

Ages 7 - 15, Tuesdays, Jan. 4 - March 29 Ages 4 - 15, Wednesdays, March 9 - April 27

3:30 - 4:15 pm, $208 (13 weeks, uniform included) 4 - 4:25 pm, $152 (8 weeks), Burlington Ice Palace

Steve Nugent’s Institute 207F Cambridge St. 36 Ray Ave Instructors: FMC Ice Sports Staff

Activity #: 281103-A Activity #: 273101-A

Watch your child’s energy, confidence and spirit rise For skaters with little or no experience. This group

while they become strong and confident. We’re not class will teach the basics of skating. Skaters are

just talking about physical strength but the kind that grouped by age and ability as needed. Skaters must

it takes to resist peer pressure and other negative be toilet trained and helmets are required (bike

aspects of life. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a non-striking self- helmets are acceptable). Skate rentals are available on

defense martial art system based on leverage and a first-come-first-serve basis and are included in the

control over the opponent. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is fee. If bringing your own skates, double blade skates

considered to be one of the best self defenses since are not permitted.

it’s applied in response to physical aggression, so Archery
there’s no need to worry about your child becoming

violent. Grades 4 - 8, Saturdays, $145 (4 weeks), Recreation
Gym, Instructor: On The Mark Archery Staff

Ages 7 - 14, Tuesday - Friday (Feb. Vacation) Lesson plans will engage students in unique challenges

Feb. 22 - 25, 9 am - 12 pm, $120 each class while balancing out individualized attention

Marshall Simonds Middle School Gym and feedback. No prior experience necessary. All

Instructor: Challenger Sports, Activity #: 275001-A coaching and equipment is provided by On the Mark

Futsol is Calnasesxciting, fast-paAcegde small sided soTcicmere Archery.
game. The nature of the game places a large

emphasis on technical skill and ability. Participants will Dates Time Activity #:

improve on decision making, reaction time, and other Jan. 8 - 29 1 - 2 pm 271401-A
soccer specific skills while participating in games and Jan. 8 - 29 2:15 - 3:15 pm 271401-B
drills throughout the week. Health records will be

required to be submitted to Challenger Sports prior to Feb. 26 - March 19 1 - 2 pm 271401-C

the start of the program. Please check your receipt for Feb. 26 - March 19 2:15 - 3:15 pm 271401-D


Youth Kickboxing

Ages 12+, Tuesdays, Jan. 18 - March 1 (not 2/22), 6:30 - 7:30 pm, $145 (6 weeks), MK Boxing
1 Esquire Rd Billerica, Instructors: Mike Knox & Staff, Activity #: 270101-A

You will learn kickboxing techniques and punching combinations. Additionally, you will discover ways to dodge,
avoid, guard and counter attack. Additional training might be taught about how to compete in the ring through
competitive events if a client is interested in that specific training. Gloves can be purchased separately at the gym.

Art & Design Club Drawing Workshop

Ages 8 - 12, Mondays, Jan. 10 - March 14 (not 1/17 Ages 8 - 12, Wednesdays, Jan. 19 - Feb. 16
& 2/21), 3:45 - 5:15pm, $90 (8 weeks), Virtual 3:45 - 4:45pm, $60 (5 weeks), Virtual

Instructor: Stacy Johnston, Activity #: 243201-VIRA Instructor: Stacy Johnston, Activity #: 246501-A
We will be creating works of art informed and In this expansive and engaging 5-Day Drawing
inspired by art and design through the ages. In Workshop, students will further develop their drawing
addition, students will further build and flex their skills and techniques. Through a series of
"tech-muscles" as we will be using several tech tools demonstrations and guided exercises we will expand
and applications such as Zoom, and Google Suite our knowledge of, and practice the following drawing
apps (Sites, Jamboard and Slides). The materials concepts and techniques including drawing what you
exploration may include paint, ink, pastels, clay, see, creating depth in drawings, figure drawing
adhesives, etc. Access to Gmail and a Gmail address exercises and planning drawings using a view finder &
is a prerequisite for this class as participants will need thumbnail sketches. Meeting information and a list of
access to Google Suite. A $24 materials fee is due the materials you will need (most or all of which you may
first class through Venmo, or a check or cash that can already have at home) will be emailed to you prior to
be dropped off at the Burlington Recreation offices. the start of the program.

Esports: League of Legends & Rocket League

Ages 9 - 14, Jan. 17 - April 2, $130, Google Meet, Instructor: Vanta Leagues Staff
Does your child play video games? We offer an Esports Development League with expert coaching for all skill
levels. Vanta Leagues were started in response to one of the founder's sons being cyberbullied - their team
based learning platform provides a structured & safe environment for youth to learn skills and build meaningful
friendships. Technology requirements are a PC Desktop/Laptop, a mouse, a headset and a power source.
Practices will be held either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday, with games held on Saturdays. Rocket
League games will be played on Saturdays from 2:30 - 3:30 pm. League of Legends games will be played on
Saturdays from 4 - 6 pm.

Game Dates Time Activity #:
League of Legends Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays Mon./Wed. 5:30 - 7 pm 261032-A
League of Legends Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays Mon./Wed. 7 - 8:30 pm 261032-B
League of Legends Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays Tues./Thurs. 5:30 - 7 pm 261032-C
League of Legends Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays Tues./Thurs. 7 - 8:30 pm 261032-D
Rocket League Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays Mon./Wed. 5:30 - 7 pm 261032-E
Rocket League Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays Mon./Wed. 7 - 8:30 pm 261032-F
Rocket League Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays Tues./Thurs. 5:30 - 7 pm 261032-G
Rocket League Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays Tues./Thurs. 7 - 8:30 pm 261032-H

MAGE Systems Crafting

Ages 10 - 14, Saturdays, Jan. 15 - 29, 10 am - 12 pm, $90 (3 weeks), COA Room 207
Instructor: Andrew Marcoux, Activity #: 257651-A

M.A.G.E. Systems invites youth tabletop gamers, crafters, and DIYers for a 3-part crafting session on creating
projects for roleplaying or aesthetics. Crafters will be given all supplies for this build, and upon finishing the
session, will take home a miniature building of their own creation, as well as an appreciation for creating
miniature builds from scratch!

3D Printing, Coding, and MAGE Systems Roleplaying

Design Ages 10 – 14, 5 – 7 pm, $90 (4 weeks), Online
Instructor: Andrew Marcoux
Grades 3 - 5, Thursdays, Jan. 27 - March 10
(not 2/24), 3:30 - 4:30 pm, $130 (6 weeks) M.A.G.E. Systems is an online, interactive roleplaying
Function Room, Instructor: BlocksCAD teacher game using home-brew rules, similar to tabletop
games such as Dungeons and Dragons. Students will
Activity #: 258601-A expand imagination, build friendships, and have
Learn how to design cool 3D objects using BlocksCAD, shared moments of victory (completing quests,
a software program that combines 3D modeling with overcoming enemies, and completing riddles/puzzles).
block-based coding. In this class, you will learn basic Wednesday class will be The Forgotten Temple: Part 1,
computer-aided design (CAD) principles while learning and is recommended for first time players. Thursday
the foundations of coding. Students will build on the class will be The Village of the Doomed: Part 1, and is
introductory concepts and practice computational recommended for those that have completed the
thinking skills, and have fun creating unique, Forgotten Temple parts 1, 2, and 3.
personalized, three-dimensional designs. Each student
gets one 3D print of their choosing over the 6-hour Day Dates Activity #
course. BlocksCAD will print these projects after class Wednesdays Jan. 12 - Feb. 2 257641-VIR
has concluded and provide instructions for a safe pick- Thursdays Jan. 13 - Feb. 3 257641-VIRB
up. Students will need an internet accessible device
(laptop, MacBook, iPad, or Chromebook).

CrossFit Teens

CrossFit Kids Ages 10 - 16, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4 - 5 pm
$149 (8 sessions), CrossFit Exclamation
Ages 8 - 12, Mondays & Wednesdays, 4 - 5 pm 15 Wall St., Instructor: Lori Becker
$149 (8 sessions), CrossFit Exclamation 15 Wall St.
Develop full-body strength, mobility and explosive
Instructor: Lori Becker power to give you the edge! Participants will gain
We will focus on movement, having fun, teamwork and confidence while having fun. Classes are suitable for all
confidence building. Classes are suitable for all skill skill levels and have elements of gymnastics, body
levels and have elements of gymnastics, body weight weight movements, cardio, weightlifting and more!
movements, cardio, weight training and more!

Dates Activity # Dates Activity #

Jan. 3 - 31 (not 1/17) 217301-A Jan. 4 - 27 217302-A

Feb. 2 - 28 217301-B Feb. 1 - 24 217302-B

March 2 - 28 217301-C March 1 - 24 217302-C

Dungeons and Dragons

Grades 5 - 12, $175 (8 weeks), Ceramics Room, Instructor: David Murray
This program is an introduction to the tabletop game Dungeons & Dragons. Participants will work together to
learn the rules and mechanics of the game. Each player will have the opportunity to build a unique character to
take on a grand adventure,
tailored to the experience skill level of the group. Through cooperative game play
involving puzzle solving and basic math, participants will strengthen teamwork, improvisation, and social skills. All
while having a lot of fun!

Days Dates Time Activity #
Tuesdays Jan. 25 - March 22 (not 2/22) 4:30 - 6:30 pm 252811-A
Wednesdays Jan. 26 - March 23 (not 2/23) 5:30 - 7:30 pm 252811-B

Intro to Boxing

Grades K - 8 (K - 4 & 5 - 8), $145 (6 weeks), MK Boxing, 1 Esquire Rd, Billerica
Instructors: Mike Knox & Staff

MK Boxing has a superior 7,500 square foot facility boasting over 30 boxing bags, speedbags,
conditioning mats, a professional boxing ring, and much more. Boxing will not only improve the body, it
will improve the mind. The sport of boxing can and will be safe if done properly. Participants must bring
their own gloves or may buy them at MK Boxing. All parents will be required to sign guest registrations
and waivers for their children upon arrival. Students will be broken up into age appropriate classes.

Day Dates Time Activity #
Tuesdays Jan. 18 - March 1 (not 2/22) 4 - 5 pm 271001-A
Saturdays Jan. 22 - March 5 (not 2/19) 9:30 - 10:30 am 271001-B

Nashoba Ski & Snowboard

Grades 3 - 5, Tuesdays, Jan. 4 - Feb. 1, Make ups: Feb. 8 & 15

Ski or Snowboard Only: $335 Ski or Snowbaord with Lesson: $415

Participants will be picked up at their school between 1:30 and 2:30 pm and arrive back to memorial school at

6:30 pm. Registration is limited and will be on a first come first serve basis. More information on the program is

available on our website.

School Ski Only Snowboard Only Ski with Lessons Snowboard with Lessons
Fox Hill 272821-A 272821-B 272821-C 272821-D
Pine Glen 272831-A 272831-B 272831-C 272831-D
Francis Wyman 272841-A 272841-B 272841-C 272841-D
Memorial 272851-A 272841-B 272841-C 272841-D

Need Rentals? Nashoba Valley offers ski and snowboard rentals for the duration of the program. Rentals cost
$150 for skis/snowboard, boots and poles. Helmets are required for the program and are available to purchase
or rent at an additional cost. Renters must be fitted by Nashoba staff prior to the start of the program. Fittings
will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 14th from 6 - 7 pm at the Parks & Recreation Department. Checks should be
payable to Nashoba Valley Ski Area.

Wachusett Mountain Ski & Snowboard

Grades 6 - 12, Fridays, Jan. 7 - Feb. 11, 3:20 - 10 pm, $140 (Transportation Only)
Join us for a great night of skiing and riding at Wachusett! This Friday night program is open to all Burlington
Middle and High School students. It is a six week package (daily registrations will NOT be accepted, nor can you
substitute participants). All beginner or novice skiers/boarders are required to take lessons. Registration is
limited and will be taken on a first come first serve basis.

Please note that this fee is for transportation only. Participants register online directly with Wachusett for lift
ticket, rentals, etc... as desired. Please note, rates with Wachusett increase on Dec. 1st, so register for your lift
ticket with them now! Please remember when selecting options such as rentals and lessons that our program is a
6-WEEK PROGRAM. Once you have registered with us, we will give you the code to register with

Middle School Activity #: 272802-A Trip Alert!
High School Activity #: 272812-A

Check out the Gunstock trip on page 14!

something for everyone

Gunstock Mountain Women’s Self-Defense

All ages, Wednesday, Jan. 12, Gunstock Mountain Ages 14+, Saturday, March 5, 3 - 4 pm, $25
Spend the no school day at Gunstock Mountain! Steve Nugent’s Institute, 207F Cambridge St.
Whether you are already an expert or trying skiing and
snowboarding for the first time, you can take Instructor: Steve Nugent & Staff
advantage of this trip. Families can choose to drive Activity #: 253703-A
themselves or take the bus; bus will depart at 8 am
and return at 7:30 pm. Beginner package includes Learn simple yet effective ways to defend yourself. No
equipment rental, 2 hour group lesson, and lower need to be in shape, this class is designed to work for
mountain lift. Ages 13 and under must be anyone. Wear comfortable clothes without zippers.
accompanied by an adult.
Beginner Kickboxing
Age Lift Ticket Only Activity #
6 - 22 Fee 222804-A Ages 16+, Tuesdays, Jan. 18 - March 1 (not 2/22)
23 - 59 $35 222804-B 6:30 - 7:30 pm, $145 (6 weeks), MK Boxing
60+ $47 222804-C 1 Esquire Rd. Billerica, Instructors:
$35 Mike Knox & Staff, Activity #: 211403-A

You will learn kickboxing techniques and punching
combinations. Additionally you will discover ways to
dodge, avoid, guard and counter attack. Gloves can be
purchased separately at the gym.

Lift Ticket with Transportation Boating Skills and Seamanship

Age Fee Activity # Ages 9+, Tuesdays, March 1 - May 24, 7 - 9 pm
$64 (12 weeks), Ceramics Room, Instructor: Larry
6 - 22 $75 222814-A
Nobrega, FSO-PE/So-PE, Activity #: 253003-A
23 - 59 $87 222814-B The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary’s Boating Skills and
Seamanship is a comprehensive course designed for
60+ $75 222814-C both the experienced and the novice boater. This
edition features full-color graphics and updated text. To
Beginner Package - All ages (see above) meet NASBLA requirements, Chapters 1 - 8 and
Appendix A must be taught, along with your state
Age Fee Activity # specific boating laws. Chapters 9 - 13 are optional.
There will be a final licensing exam at the end of the
With Transportation $105 222824-A course.

Without Transportation $65 222824-B

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therapeutic recreation

The Therapeutic Recreation Division offers year round specialized programming for individuals of all ages who have
disabilities. Inclusion services are also available for any individual who may have a disability and is looking to participate in a
program with support from an Inclusion Aide. If you have any questions about what type of program is right for you or your
family member, please do not hesitate to contact our Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Emma Jones, CTRS at 781-270-1937 or
[email protected] *Note: For new participants, a few mandatory forms are required to be filled out and returned
at least one week prior to the beginning of a program. For Inclusion Services, please fill out the forms just mentioned
as well as an Inclusion Application and allow a minimum of 10 days for services to begin.

RecTogether Spectacular Saturdays

Ages 13 - 25 with a disability, dates vary Ages 25+ with a disability, dates vary
RecTogether formerly known as "T.R.I.B.E." is a social Spectacular Saturdays is a social and recreational
and recreational program for young adults with program for adults with disabilities. The program will
disabilities. We welcome and encourage people with consist of a variety of fun activities including but not
disabilities to come together and experience limited to art, fitness and community outings! A
recreation and leisure activities, both new and exciting separate brochure is available. Please contact Emma
as well as tried and true favorites. Our goal is to Jones, CTRS at [email protected] to inquire.
provide social and engaging experiences for
participants. Sign up for one or all of the outings that

interest you! A separate brochure is available. Please
contact Emma Jones, CTRS at [email protected] Out & About
to inquire.
Ages 25+ with a disability

Family Connection Event: We are excited to bring back the Out & About
program! Twice a month we will enjoy a night out on
Blanket Making the town. Activities may include, going to the movies,
dining out or exploring our local community! Sign up
All Ages, Saturday, Jan. 8, 10 am - 12 pm for one or all of the outings that interest you. A
$30 per family, Function Room separate brochure and registration form is available.
Activity #: 297601-A Please contact [email protected] to inquire.

This winter we are hosting a no-sew fleece blanket Music with Miss Maura
making event! The whole family is welcome to work
together to create a comfy and cozy blanket to snuggle Don't miss out on our inclusive preschool music
up with during these cold winter months. When you therapy class with music therapist, Maura Pastran,
are not working on the blanket, take a break to enjoy
some hot chocolate, coffee and donuts and get to MT-BC. Information can be found on page 6.
know some of the other families involved in TR
programs. All ages and abilities are welcome!

Pride Sports: Basketball

Wednesdays, Jan. 12 - Feb 16, $61 (6 weeks) Recreation Gym, Instructor: TR Staff
Join us for basketball this winter! All of our Pride Sports programs are skill based, non-competitive and modified to
the abilities of participants. No prior experience is necessary. Athletes should wear comfortable clothing and
footwear and bring a water bottle.

Junior Pride

Ages 6 - 12 with a disability, 4:15 - 5:15 pm Adult Pride

Instructor: TR Staff, Activity #: 290409-B Ages 13+ with a disability, 5:15 - 6:15 pm
Instructor: TR Staff, Activity #: 290409-A

Therapeutic Horseback Riding

Ages 3 through Adult with a diagnosis, $245 (8 weeks), Ironstone Farm 450 Lowell Street Andover, MA
Instructors: Ironstone Staff, Activity #: 293009-A

In partnership with Ironstone Farm, we are excited to once again offer this program for thirty minute private
sessions. There will be an initial evaluation required for all new riders. You will coordinate with the farm to find a
time that is right for your own schedule! Please note space and schedule availability is limited at this time.

Challenge Unlimited at Ironstone Farm is a therapeutic riding program whose focus is to help each individual
achieve his/her fullest potential. The movement of the horse strengthens the development of fine and gross
motor skills and provides sensory input. With this premise in mind, Challenge Unlimited staff develops exercises
and activities to benefit each individual, addressing issues that are not easily addressed in a classroom setting. A
separate information packet with the necessary forms will be available upon registration. Please contact the
Parks & Recreation Department for details.

Family Connection Event: Pasta

Making Party

All Ages, Saturday, March 12, 4 - 6 pm, $30 per family
Murray Kelly Wing, Activity #: 297601-B

Chef Lori will lead the group through a pasta making
party! Families will have their own physically distant table
to cook at. We will make our own pasta, raviolis and
sauce. We will end the afternoon sampling our pasta
together before heading home! This is an inclusive
program designed for all ability levels. No prior cooking
experiencing is required.

Inclusion Services

See a program in our brochure you or your family
member is interested in?! Reach out to Emma Jones,

CTRS ([email protected]) to inquire about
inclusion services for any of our programs.

Adult fitness & Yoga

6 Week Transformation Pick 3 or Pick 4
Register for all your favorite BPRD fitness classes and
Nutrition and Fitness Virtual Seminar: get a discount! If you register for 3 classes, you will
Monday, Jan. 10, 8 pm, $20 (must also enroll in receive a 15% discount. Registering for 4? You get a
25% discount! What better way to stay fit this winter?!
either Pick 3 or Pick 4), Activity #: 210101-A
Looking to kick-off 2022 with a healthy start? Join our Classes you can pick from include all Pilates, Yoga, Yoga
first ever 6 week Transformation Challenge! The Gold, Zumba, Zumba Gold, Ab-sanity Plus Stretch,
challenge will begin with a virtual seminar led by B.E.S.T, Butts and Guts, Camp Core & More, D & T,
Kristen Gonzalez, CPT and Nutrition Coach. She will
discuss calories, macronutrients, ways to boost your Lunchtime HIIT, Muscle Madness Interval Training,
metabolism and end with a Q&A. Pound, Pure Strength or Tai Chi. B.E.S.T, Yoga Gold, and
Zumba Gold have age restrictions.
In order to see results you must put in the time!
During the six weeks, participants are required to take In order to receive the discount, you must register for
a minimal of 3 fitness classes offered through the all of the classes at one time (one receipt). You must
Parks & Recreation Department. All Participants will register by December 26 to receive the discount.
receive 3 Body Composition scans to track Discount will be processed at the time of registration -
progress! Prizes will be awarded at the end of the you do not need to do anything additional. If you have
challenge. questions about your discount, please call the office.

Pilates Fusion

Wednesdays, Jan. 12 - March 16, 5:45 – 6:45 am Prog
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$62 (10 weeks), Recreation Gym
= In-person Program
Instructor: Julie Conley, Activity #: 211133-A = Virtual Program
Come alive with this no impact, high-energy workout. = Hybrid Program

We’ll build strength and length by incorporating
powerful, flowing movements using your own body
weight resistance. This workout is designed to
promote better posture and flexibility and is suitable
for everyone. Please bring a mat and water.

Muscle Madness Interval Training

Mondays, Jan. 10 - March 14 (not 1/17 & 2/21), 6:15 - 7:15 pm, $54 (8 weeks), Recreation Gym
Instructor: Delores Wesley, Activity #: 211503-A

This class will improve your strength and endurance in the major muscle groups and, in doing so, burn calories.
This workout challenges all your major muscle groups by using exercises such as squats, presses, lifts and curls.
Also a combination of Hi/Lo and kickboxing cardio moves are part of this workout.

Butts & Guts

5:45 – 6:45 am, $62 (10 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: Julie Conley
Come and join the early morning muscle madness! This class will transform your shape and rev up your
metabolism for the entire day. There is heavy concentration in the stubborn areas of the abdominals and glutes
with something different every class. Please bring a mat, water, sneakers, and a set of hand weights.

Days Dates Activity #

Tuesdays Jan. 11 - March 15 214303-A

Thursdays Jan. 13 - March 17 214303-B

Pound Pure Strength

Thursdays, Jan. 13 - March 17, 5 - 5:45 pm, $75 Wednesdays, Jan. 12 - March 16, 4 - 5 pm

(10 weeks), Recreation Gym or Zoom, Instructor: $62 (10 weeks), Function Room

Tisha Wilson, In Person Activity #: 219303-A Instructor: Brenda Jo Hubbard, Activity #: 214213-A

Virtual Activity #: 219303-VIRA Iron is tough, but you are tougher! Build strength, not

Pound is a full-body, cardio jam session, combining bulk, in this innovative weight lifting class. Mix moves
light resistance with constant simulated drumming. It like planks, dead lifts, arm presses and more. This
uses cardio, Pilates, isometric movements, and workout will keep you constantly challenged and you
plyometric poses. Strengthen and sculpt infrequently will walk out feeling fearless. Just have a mat and hand
used muscles, and drum your way to a leaner, slimmer weights.
physique - all while rocking out to your favorite music.

Great music and your choice of weights inspires you to Curvy Girls Bootcamp
get fast results.

ABSolutely Pilates Mondays & Thursdays, 6 - 7 pm
$159 (8 sessions), CrossFit Exclamation

Tuesdays, Jan. 11 - March 15, 6:30 - 7:30 pm 15 Wall St., Instructor: Lori Becker
$71 (10 weeks), COA Room 207, Instructor: Barbara Curvy Girls Bootcamp is a fun, full body, fat melting
workout designed for curvier women who want to live
Hospod, In Person Activity #: 211333-A a healthier lifestyle. Every class is a different workout
Virtual Activity #: 211333-VIRA and is a modified for the “curvier girl” to get you
results in a safe and effective manner. Movement,
A Pilates repertoire with a focus on core power, strength and a super motivating environment.
endurance, and strength. Small handheld weights are
incorporated along with a mini-ball to enhance the

flowing series of MAT work exercises. The addition of Dates Activity #

external resistance brings an even greater awareness

of the periphery and balance, while maintaining a Jan. 3 - 31 (not 1/17) 215513-A
mindfulness of control and quality of movement.

Please bring 2 - 4lb hand weights and a mat.

Feb. 3 - 28 215513-B

COVID Guidelines

Guidelines regarding COVID are ever-changing. March 3 - 28 215513-C
Please review our current guidelines on the
inside cover and page 27.

Tuesdays, Jan. 11 - March 15, 5 – 6 pm, $66 (10 weeks), Recreation Gym or Zoom,
Instructor: Lauren Mattson, In -person Activity #: 232203-A, Virtual Activity #: 232203-VIRA
D & T combines easy to follow aerobic and non-aerobic power moves with light weight work to help tone muscles,
all set to a variety of music. Songs will alternate between aerobic and strength moves meant to target several
muscle groups at once. Light hand weights are optional. Move to the music, tone and have fun!

Yoga Sculpt

Function Room, Instructor: Karen Pickette
This upbeat and energetic class will allow you to seek a deeper challenge within your body by working specific
muscle groups. Yoga sculpt will help you take your practice to the next level and allow you to find a new kind of
strength. Adding hand weights to yoga poses is good for your heart, your bones, your muscles and will get you
stronger. Please bring a set of light weights and a resistance band or strap to the class. All levels are welcome.

Days Dates Time Fee Activity #:
Mondays $52 (8 weeks) 215003-A
Jan. 10 - March 14 (not 1/17 & 2/21) 10 - 11 am

Thursdays Jan. 13 - March 17 11 am - 12 pm $62 (10 weeks) 215003-B

Camp Core & More Yin Meditation

Mondays, Jan. 10 - March 14 (not 1/17 & 2/21) Thursdays, Jan. 13 - March 17
8:30 – 9:30 am, $51 (8 weeks), Recreation Gym $62 (10 weeks), 5:45 - 6:45 pm, Function
Instructor: Judy Landers, Activity #: 210043-A
In this fantastic hour, you will explore and enrich the core of your Room, Instructor: Karen Pickette
heart, body and soul with interchangeable cardio, strength, and Activity #: 211243-A
flexibility training techniques. Bring your enthusiasm and
challenge yourself to a new personal fitness level. Yin Yoga is a slow paced style of yoga with
asanas that are held for a longer period of
Gentle, Relaxing, Restorative Yoga time. The aim is to increase circulation in the
joints and improve flexibility. The Yin practice
Mondays, Jan. 10 - March 14 (not 1/17 & 2/21) is full of hip openers, spinal twists, heart
$52 (8 weeks), 4:30 - 5:30 pm, Function Room openers, upper back and shoulder stretches.
Instructor: Karen Pickette, Activity #: 219903-A During each class we will focus on 5 - 6 poses
This is a class structured around rejuvenating and healing the and then surrender into a guided mindful
body. Class is held at a slow pace and focuses on stretching all of meditation.
the body, while releasing stress and tension from joints and
muscles. It is a class designed to restore the nervous system and Evening Flow
help release deeply held tensions from the body and mind.
Tuesdays, Jan. 11 - March 15, 7 - 8 pm,

$59 (10 weeks), Function Room, Instructor:

Paulette Savage, Activity #: 210216-A

Hatha Yoga Beginners & Beyond End your day in the best way: stretching,

bending and breathing. This yoga flow will

10 weeks, Function Room, Instructor: Paulette Savage help relieve stress in the body and de-clutter
This class will incorporate four basic yoga principles: centering
and relaxation; yoga postures; breathing techniques; and the mind. Combining slow moving
meditation practice. Please bring a mat and wear loose,
comfortable clothing. sequences, twists and forward folds, this flow

not only melts the stress of the day but sets

you up for a restful night’s sleep. Appropriate

for beginners & all levels.

Days Dates Time Fee Activity #:

Tuesdays Jan. 11 - March 15 9 - 10 am $59 211203-A

Thursdays Jan. 13 - March 17 9 - 10 am $59 211203-B

Play it safe...

Participants must recognize that all classes of a physical nature involve some risk, and by attending such a
class, there is an assumption of risk by the partcipant. Prior to starting any type of fitness program, it is best
to check with your doctor. For your own safety, you need to know your limitations.

Pilates Morning Flow Tai Chi

Wednesdays, Jan. 12 - March 16, 10:30 - 11:30 am Saturdays, Jan. 15 - March 19, 9 - 10 am
$71 (10 weeks), Recreation Gym or Zoom $30 (10 weeks), Function Room
Instructor: Barbara Hospod
Instructor: James Regan, Activity #: 205803-A
Begin your day with a MINDFUL, but ENERGIZING Drawing from Dr. Paul Lam’s Tai Chi programs, this is
Pilates Routine will which will enhance core stability a gentle form of exercise with self-paced
and build strength. Traditional Pilates exercises and combinations of poses. Explore safe, graceful and
variations will target upper and lower body, with a relaxing movement. Participants must wear flat, well-
strong focus on abs, by adding resistance and fitting shoes.
stimulating flexibility. Feel the benefits of improved
balance, coordination, and posture. Different props Ab-sanity Plus Stretch
may be utilized at times and include: the mini – ball,
and resistance tubing(supplied) and hand weights. All Mondays, Jan. 10 - March 14 (not 1/17 or 2/21)
levels welcome! Please bring personal hand held 12 - 12:45 pm, $51 (8 weeks), Zoom, Instructor:
weights (2-4 lbs), and a mat.
Brenda Jo Hubbard, Activity #: 212316-A

This virtual lunch time workout consists of 30 minutes
of core training and 15 minutes of stretching. No
In person Activity #: 211433-A equipment is necessary other than a soft floor or mat.

Virtual Activity #: 211433-VIRA Lunchtime HIIT

Everyone Deserves a Mondays, Jan.10 - March 14 (not 1/17 & 2/21)
Chance to Play 12 - 12:45 pm, $51 (8 weeks), Function Room
Instructor: Kristen Gonzalez, Activity #: 210102-A
We recognize the importance of recreation and HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, is a training
the health and wellness benefits it provides. technique in which you give all-out, one hundred
Our financial assistance program is here to percent effort through quick, intense bursts of
assist families in need. To complete the exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery
application, please visit our website and click on periods. This type of training gets and keeps your
parent portal. heart rate up and burns more fat in less time.
Modifications will be given for all levels.


(10 weeks), Recreation Gym or Zoom
Zumba fuses hypnotic musical rhythms and tantalizing moves to create a dynamic workout system
designed to be fun and easy! This class will be an absolute blast in one exhilarating hour of caloric burning,
heart racing, muscle pumping, body energizing movements meant to engage and captivate for life.

Day Dates Time Instructor Fee Activity #
Tuesdays Jan. 11 - March 15 $75
6:15 - 7:15 pm Tisha Wilson In Person 216403-A
Virtual 216403-VIRA

Wednesdays Jan. 12 - March 16 6:30 - 7:30 pm Sarah Hamilton $71 In Person 216403-D

Thursdays Jan. 13 - March 17 6:30 - 7:30 pm Marcia Mailloux $84 In Person 216403-B
Virtual 216403-VIRB
Sundays Jan. 9 - March 13 8 - 9 am Lauren Mattson $66
In Person 216403-C
Virtual 216403-VIRC


Gut and Gastrointestinal Tract Paint Night
Health: An Ayurvedic Way
Friday, Jan. 21, 7 - 9 pm, $30
Mondays, Jan. 24 & 31, 6 - 7 pm, $50 Function Room, Activity #: 200585-A
COA Room 207, Instructor: Anjana Bhargava Join a JJ Artworks artist in this laid back atmosphere
where they teach you step by step how to create a
Activity #: 202413-A beautiful painting! This is a great way for you to
In this workshop we will focus on Digestive Fire (Agni) unleash your creativity in a safe and supportive way
as a way to maintain health of the GUT. A healthy while enjoying the experience alongside friends and
digestive system supports our mental and emotional loved ones. Any skill level is welcome, whether you
well-being, while also processing nutrients and are a beginner and have never held a paintbrush in
delivering them through the entire body. Ayurveda your life or if you are a fine art veteran and have
says, “We are not what we eat but we are what we been painting your entire life.
digest and assimilate”. In this workshop, you will
learn the tips to keep your digestive fire burning and Connect with us on social!
keep your Gut from developing disorders by using
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Nutrition and Health Seminar

Monday, Jan. 3, 6 - 7pm, $30 : BurlingtonRecreation
COA Room 207, Activity #: 210103-A
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your body reach and maintain optimal wellness. All

who sign up will be offered a FREE health screening.

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Taking Control of Your Financial Health

Mondays, Jan. 24 & 31, 7 - 8:30 pm, $50 (2 classes), Zoom, Instructor: Sumeit Aggarwal, Activity #: 202433-A
This 2-part workshop will provide tools and strategies to help you get fiscally fit in the new year. We will walk
through a financial health questionnaire that will help participants determine their financial well-being and open
channels of communication within the family. Participants will use a set of mock financial transactions and have a
hands-on opportunity to build a personal balance sheet.

First Time Home

Wednesday, Jan. 12, 7 - 9 pm
Function Room, No Fee, Instructors:
Joanne Delaney & Pat Linskey, Elite Realty
Experts, Burlington, Activity #: 254603-A
Review the steps to buying a home. Topics
include market condition, buying vs renting,
making the right offer, out of pocket
expenses, buyer vs seller agent, home
inspection, and more! A mortgage consultant
will be present to answer some questions;
what is a pre-approval, interest rates, and
down payment. Pre-registration is required.

Inclusion Services Home Owners: Thinking of

See a program in our brochure you or your Selling?
family member is interested in?! Reach out to
Emma Jones, CTRS ([email protected]) to Wednesday, March 9, 7 - 9 pm, Function Room, No Fee,
inquire about inclusion services for any of our Instructors: Joanne Delaney & Pat Linskey, Elite Realty

programs. Experts, Burlington, Activity #: 255003-A
Let us take some stress away with topics including what are
buyers looking for, low cost ways to improve your home’s
value, staging and landscaping ideas, and what can I expect
at my home’s inspection? Pre-registration is required.

Women and Investing 101 & 201

Fridays, 7 – 8:30 pm, Zoom, $50
Instructor: Sumeit Aggarwal

Women and Investing 101, will go over basics of Investing, discuss step-by-step approach to investing, and cover
different types of investments and retirement plans. You will also learn how to gain confidence in your research,
evaluate alternatives, and design a portfolio. Beginners are especially encouraged to attend this class. Women
and Investing 201 is for women who want to take their investing skills to the next level. In 201 we go over
advanced concepts of Investing such as Asset Allocation, Diversification Strategies, Understanding Fees and
Monitoring your own investments.

101 Jan. 28 & Feb. 4 202403-A

102 March 18 & 25 202403-B

Parks & Facilities

Check out pages 32 and 33 for a list of parks and facilities in Burlington. Each includes a photo and link to the
park or facility on google maps. Page 27 goes over important safety information regarding our current COVID


Archery Volleyball

Grades 9 - Adult, Saturdays, $145 (4 weeks) Mondays, Jan. 3 - March 14 (not 1/17 & 2/21)
Recreation Gym 7:15 - 9:15 pm, $37 (9 weeks), Recreation Gym

Instructor: On The Mark Archery Staff Activity #: 280703-A
Lesson plans will engage students in unique Enjoy the friendly competition of pick-up volleyball
challenges each class while balancing out games. Please wear sneakers.
individualized attention and feedback. No prior
experience necessary. All coaching and equipment is Badminton
provided by On the Mark Archery.
Tuesdays, Jan. 4 - March 15

7:30 - 9:30 pm, $45 (11 weeks)
Recreation Gym, Activity #: 288103-A
Dates Time Activity #: Enjoy the friendly competition of pick-up volleyball
games. Please wear sneakers.
Jan. 8 - 29 1 - 2 pm 281503-A
Tap & Jazz
Jan. 8 - 29 2:15 - 3:15 pm 281503-B
Thursdays, Jan. 6 - March 24 (not 2/24), 7:10 - 8:10
Feb. 26 - March 19 1 - 2 pm 281503-C pm, $109 (11 weeks), Function Room

Feb. 26 - March 19 2:15 - 3:15 pm 281503-D Instructor: Bonnie Murphy, Activity #: 230403-A
Class will begin with a warm-up followed with some
Social Latin Dance jazz moves, then the tap begins! Students will
develop rhythm & timing. Tap shoes are
Mondays, Jan. 24 - Feb. 14, 7:30 - 8:15 pm recommended.
$50/person or $70/couple (4 weeks)
Kadanse Dance Studio, Instructors: Sew What

Kadanse Studio Staff, Singles: Activity #: 231503-A Mondays, Jan. 3 - March 21 (not 1/17 & 2/21)
Couples: Activity #: 231503-B 6 - 9 pm, No Fee (10 weeks), COA Room 136

Learn dances such as Salsa, Bachata and Merengue! Activity #: 254003-A
Partners are not necessary for any of the dances, but This class is a chance for you to get together with
are welcome. other people who have projects that need to be
finished and to lend your help and support. Come

work in a casual, fun atmosphere where friends will
be helping friends. Please bring your own sewing
Learn to Skate machine.

Ages 16 +, Wednesdays, March 9 - April 27
4:35 - 5 pm, $168 (8 weeks), Burlington Ice Palace 36

Ray Ave Instructors: FMC Ice Sports Staff
Activity #: 273101-A

It is never too late to learn to skate! Learn to skate or
enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable
environment. Skaters will be grouped by age or ability
when possible.

Lunch Hour Basketball Pick-Up Basketball

Mon, Wed & Fri, Jan. 3 - April 1 (not 1/17 & 2/21) Thursdays, Jan. 6 - March 17, 7:45 - 9:45 pm
12 - 2, $25, Recreation Gym, Activity #: 282003-A $45 (11 weeks), Recreation Gym
These are moderately competitive pick-up basketball Activity #: 281933-A
games for adults who live or work in Burlington.
Players should bring a light and dark colored shirt to Moderately competitive pick-up basketball games for
differentiate teams. adults who live or work in Burlington. Players should
bring a light and dark colored shirt.

Learn to Play Pickleball

$58 (6 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: Kevin
Martin, PPR Certified Skills Instructor

Have you been wanting to try pickleball but don’t feel
comfortable just showing up during an open play
session? Not sure how to swing a paddle, where to
stand on the court or how to keep score? Well, here’s
your chance to learn the fundamentals of the fastest
growing sport in the country! Pickleball is a
combination of tennis, racquetball, and ping-pong
played by four people on a half size tennis court with
paddles and a plastic poly ball. Each class includes
learning a new stroke, hitting drills, and gameplay. All
equipment is provided. Come see what the excitement
is all about!

Days/Dates Time Activity #:
Tues., Jan. 25 - March 1
Thurs., Jan. 27 - March 3 9:15 - 10:30 am 260633-A

3:15 - 4:30 pm 260633-B

New to Pickleball?

Are you new to playing pickleball at Burlington Parks
and Recreation or do you need a refresher on what
skill level you may be at? Check out our pickleball skill
level infographic and descriptions on page 26.

Next Level Pickleball

$58 (6 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: Kevin Martin, PPR Certified Skills Instructor
Are you an “improving” player looking to bring your game to the next level? This clinic will target areas
of your game that need more help. Drills, drills, drills will help you remember the proper technique for
each type of shot and when to use it. We’ll use different exercises to improve shot consistency and
accuracy and then bring them into game play.

Days/Dates Time Activity #:

Wed., Jan. 26 - March 2 7:45 - 9 pm 280403-A

Thurs., Jan. 27 - March 3 10:30 - 11:45 am 280403-B

Drop-in Pickleball

$5 drop-in fee, Recreation Gym
Pickleball is a sport rapidly growing in popularity. Roll up the joy of playing tennis and badminton, toss in a wiffle-
like ball and you’ve got a game of Pickleball! No pre-registration required. Please stop by the office on your way to
the gym to pay your drop-in fee.

Day Dates Time Level

Tuesdays Jan. 4 - March 29 1 - 2:30 pm Social
2:30 - 4 pm Mixed

Wednesdays Jan. 5 - March 30 2 - 3:30 pm Advanced/Upper Intermediate
3:30 - 5 pm Social

Thursdays Jan. 6 - March 31 9:30 - 11 am Mixed

11 am - 12:30 pm Advanced/Upper Intermediate

Fridays Jan. 7 - April 1 8:45 - 10:15 am Advanced/Upper Intermediate
10:15 - 11:45 am Mixed

Pickleball Skill Levels

Players should self-select their appropriate level of play. (See Skill-Level Ratings below.) If you find you’re winning
consistently you should move up. If you’re being outplayed, losing consistently, you should move down. Pickleball
is more fun and enjoyable when teams pair off against teams of near-equal abilities. If you want to improve your
game against better players, find an experienced partner willing to help you get better through play.


Novice to intermediate players looking
for a fun, relaxed game. Courtesy and
sportsmanship make any sport fun.


Experienced and skilled players looking
for a higher-level of competition.


Open to all players. Pickleball is a social
game. Mixed times are intended for
players to “mix it up” and get to know
one another. Players are encouraged to
“play up” or “play down” to help
develop better players at every level.

stopping the spread of covid-19

Burlington Parks & Recreation Department requires participants who have not
completed their vaccination, who cannot be vaccinated and those who are not eligible
for vaccination, including children less than 12 years of age to wear masks while
participating in indoor programs (unless they are eligible for an exception under the
governor’s current mask order). Instructors of youth programs, regardless of vaccination
status, are also required to wear masks throughout their indoor program. We strongly
recommend that if your child is under 5 years old and can safely and appropriately wear,
remove and handle a face mask to wear one while at their indoor program. Participants
who are eligible to be vaccinated, but are not vaccinated, must continue to wear masks
and remain physically distant (6 feet) while participating in indoor programs. We will
continue to monitor the governor's guidance and make changes to our policy as
required. If new guidance is released programs will be adjusted accordingly.

Any programs that occur within a Burlington Public School facility will require
participants to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status.

Please understand procedures in programs regarding COVID-19 are subject to change.
Burlington Parks and Recreation will follow new guidance if it is released. We appreciate
the community's flexibility during this time.

If you have any questions please call the Burlington Parks and Recreation office at 781-

active adults & seniors

Pilates Gold B.E.S.T.

Mondays, Jan 10 - March 14 (not 1/17 & 2/21), $58 (8 Mondays, Jan. 10 - March 14 (not 1/17 & 2/21)

weeks), 1:30 - 2:30 pm, Function Room 12 -1 pm, $51 (8 weeks), Zoom, Instructor:

Instructor: Barbara Hospod, In Person Activity #: Trish Marfione, Activity #: 211807-A

213403-A, Virtual Activity #: 213403-VIR Exercise is the key to staying strong, energetic and

Pilates Gold is designed as a beginner flow of essential healthy as you get older. This class is for those 55+

pilates exercises with modifications and progressions. who want to age well, live life to the fullest & have fun

The sequence of movements is intended to target the while strength training, balancing, moving & stretching.

core while improving muscular symmetry, alignment Bring a mat, sneakers, comfortable clothing and hand

and endurance. Focus will also include enhanced weights.

range of motion, balance and coordination. Discover a

stronger sense of mind-body awareness and move

with more ease and grace. Please bring a mat and a

desire to move!

Zumba Gold

Age 50+, $62 (10 weeks), Tuesday & Wednesday: Recreation Gym or Zoom
Saturday: Murray Kelly Wing or Zoom

Instructor: Mary Ellen Reardon (Tues. & Sat.) & Paula Rayworth (Wed.)
Zumba Gold was designed for the active older adult who is interested in taking a lower impact Zumba class.
The same Latin styles of music and dance are used and it is just as much fun as the regular Zumba classes.
Zumba Gold strives to improve balance, strength, flexibility and most importantly, the heart. Dress to
workout and bring water. Enjoy the Latin and other international rhythms. Dance yourself into fitness with
Zumba Gold!

Dates Dates Time In Person Virtual

Tuesdays Jan. 11 - March 15 11 am - 12 pm 216407-A 216407-VIRA

Wednesdays Jan. 12 - March 16 8:30 - 9:30 am 216407-B 216407-VIRB

Saturdays Jan. 15 - March 19 10 - 11 am 216407-C 216407-VIRC

Zoom Reminders

Burlington Parks and Recreation utilizes the platform Zoom for virtual programs. If you need a quick
Zoom refresher head to page 31 for tips on how to access our virtual programs!

Yoga Gold

$62 (10 weeks), Function Room or Zoom, Instructor: Karen Pickette
Yoga Gold is a class made to build foundation, strength, and stretching in a way that is accessible to all
levels of experience. An equal amount of support and challenge will be offered including some slow flow to
begin with, standing postures, seated postures, and relaxation.

Days Dates Time Activity #:
Jan. 11 - March 15 12 - 1 pm 219803-A

Fridays (Zoom) Jan. 14 - March 18 12 - 1 pm 219803-B

Everyone Deserves a Chance to Play

We recognize the importance of recreation and the health and wellness benefits it provides. Our
financial assistance program is here to assist families in need. To complete the application, please visit
our website and click on parent portal.

Burlington Club 50

The Parks & Recreation Department Club 50 Program Committee has announced the following program
schedule for active adults aged 50 and over. Most programs are ongoing; others start in the Fall. Most
activities are free, and those that require a fee will be on a pay-as-you-attend basis. (*Activities requiring a
fee have a star next to them below.*) Please reach out to the Club 50 Program Committee for more
information on these programs. You can email them at [email protected].

Activity Day Time Dates Location

Bowling* Tuesdays 10 am Oct. - April Woburn Bowladrome

Pickleball Saturdays 4 - 6 pm Through March All Levels - Rec Gym
Sing Along Thursdays
Whist 1:30 pm Through Dec. Function Room at Recreation Center
Fridays 8:30 am
Year Round Recreation Center

Special events

Challahday Craft Kit Cookie Decorating with Santa

Pick up Nov. 22 & 23, $10 each, Activity #: 200614-A Thursday, Dec. 16, 4 - 4:45 pm, $15 per family
These kits are filled with crafts and activities for the Zoom, Activity #: 200617-A
whole family to celebrate the joy of tradition and get
into the Hanukkah spirit! Boxes are limited to Once again this year, Santa and Mrs. Claus have invited
Burlington residents only, register for yours today. you to join them virtually at their home to decorate some
cookies! They have arranged for Wegman's to provide
Tree Lighting cookies and decorations for all the families who register.
This is guaranteed to be tasty and fun time for all! Cookie
Sunday, Dec. 5, 4 pm, Town Common pick up on Dec. 14 & 15.
(Inclement Weather Date: Tuesday, Dec. 7)
Please celebrate with Burlington Parks & Recreation, Photos with Santa
our neighbors, friends and family for the 49th annual
holiday tree lighting. Once again this year, it will feature Tuesdays, Dec. 7 & 21, $5 per family, Grandview Farm
entertainment, fireworks and a visit from Santa! We have been able to secure a visit from the big guy
himself! Join us at Grandview Farm for an opportunity for
Calling Santa a family holiday photo. Bring a phone or camera for our
staff to be able to take a photo for you. (Please reach out
Special arrangements have Date Activity #: to us if you do not have a smart phone or camera.) We
been made to transfer phone Dec. 14 200598-A have held some time for sensory friendly visits with Santa
calls from Santa in the North Dec. 15 200598-B as well. If you would like to register for a sensory friendly
Pole to the children of Dec. 16 200598-C time, please email Emma Jones, CTRS at
Burlington. Calls will be [email protected]. This event is limited to
transferred each evening Burlington residents only.
below from 5:30 to 7 pm. This
event is open to Burlington Times Dec. 7 Dec. 21
residents only. 3 - 4 pm 200261-A 200261-D
4 - 5 pm 200261-B 200261-E
Daddy Daughter Dance 5 - 6 pm 200261-C 200261-F

All Ages, Friday, Feb. 11, 6 -A8ctpimvit,y$3#5 per family Winter Carnival
(daughters and their “dates” only), Location: TBD

Activity #: 200521-A Saturday, Feb. 5, 11 am - 2 pm, Simonds Park

Treat your favorite little girl like a princess and escort her Activity #: 200594-A, (Register for Chili Cook Off Only)

to the event of the season - the Daddy Daughter Dance! Join us for our 5th annual Winter Carnival at Simonds

This unforgettable evening of fun will include dancing, Park. We'll have some new activities as well as some old

refreshments, and flowers. Photos will once again be favorites such as the chili cook off, marshmallow roasting,

provided. Dads, grandfathers or uncles are welcome as and (weather permitting) sledding and skating. Please

the “date” of the evening. Register early; space is limited. pre-register only if you are entering the chili cook off.

Zoom: Frequently asked questions

How can I troubleshoot How to log onto zoom using the app

my camera not working? on a browser Open the
Mac Visit Click join a
Check to make sure there aren’t any Click join a meeting (top right meeting
other programs or apps using a hand corner) Enter meeting
camera (such as facetime, photo Enter meeting ID ID
booth) Enter password Enter
Restart your computer password
If the camera still does not work in Windows
Zoom, check to see if the camera Check to make sure there aren’t any
works with facetime or photo booth other programs using a camera
If the camera is not working for these Restart your computer
apps, contact apple support If that does not work please contact
If it works in these apps, uninstall [email protected] for
Zoom and reinstall troubleshooting help
If that does not work please contact
[email protected] for
troubleshooting help

frequently asked questions

Where to find your zoom meeting ID and password
The meeting ID and password are located either in the email sent to you or on your receipt. If you are
unable to locate the meeting ID and password please contact [email protected].

Do you need an account to access zoom?
No, you do not need to create an account to access a zoom class or meeting.

How to change the view
To change the view on a tablet or phone, there will be dots on the bottom of the screen. Click on these
dots to scroll through the pages and change the layout of videos. If you are using a PC, there will be a view
changer on the top right corner.

How to join with computer audio
Once you enter the meeting you should be prompted with the option to use computer audio. Your
computer must have a built in microphone or plugged in headphones with a microphone.

Why can people not hear me?
Instructors may choose to mute all participants which would restrict you from being heard by other
participants. If your instructor has not muted you, please look to see if you have clicked the microphone
off by looking at the microphone icon in the bottom of your screen.

Parks & Facilities

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Policies & Procedures

Age Requirement Non-Residents

If a minimum age is specified for a program listed in Non-residents may register for programs beginning three

this brochure, a child must be that age on the weeks after resident registration has begun. At the

program starting date. Director of Parks and Recreation’s discretion, some

programs or events may only be open to Burlington

Grade Requirement residents. There is an additional $10 fee for non-

The grade specified for certain programs refers to the residents.

school grade the child is in during the 2021 - 2022 Cancellations
school year.

Please call the Cancellation Line at (781)270-1695 (option

Birth Certificates 3), visit our Facebook page
(, or follow us
If your child is 5 years old or younger and you are on Twitter (@Burlington_Rec) when you have any doubt
registering for a Parks & Recreation Department about weather cancellations. In most instances, we will
program for the first time, please enclose a copy of try to notify participants of a change or cancellation by
your child’s birth certificate. email. Please be advised that some programs may

Refund Guidelines continue to run outside in inclement and/or adverse
weather conditions. Programs may run even if the

1. If you decide to cancel a registration, please notify Burlington Schools cancel school and/or afternoon

the Parks & Recreation Department as soon as activities.

possible prior to the program starting date.

2. If you give sufficient notice of cancellation, the Make-Ups
Parks & Recreation Department may be able to give
you a full or partial refund. There will be a $10 We will attempt to make up cancelled classes, but we
cannot guarantee that all classes will be made up.

processing charge for all refunds given. Please

inquire about a refund at the time you cancel your Serving People with Disabilities

The Therapeutic Recreation Division offers year round

3. If you cancel your registration for a program for specialized programming for individuals of all ages who

which the Parks & Recreation Department has paid have disabilities. Inclusion services are also available for

deposits, purchased equipment or incurred other any individual who may have a disability and is looking to

expenses on your behalf; your refund, if any, will be participate in a program with support from an Inclusion

reduced by the amount of the expenses incurred. Aide. If you have any questions about what type of

program is right for you or your family member, please do

4. Refunds take 2 - 4 weeks to process. If payment not hesitate to contact our Therapeutic Recreation

was made by check or cash, a check from the Town Specialist, Emma Jones, CTRS at [email protected] or

will be mailed. If paid by credit card, your credit card 781-270-1937.

will be refunded. If you have an outstanding balance,

the refund will be automatically applied to the *Note: For new participants, a few mandatory forms are

balance. required to be filled out and returned at least one week

prior to the beginning of a program. For Inclusion

Financial Assistance Services, please fill out the forms just mentioned as well

We recognize the importance of recreation and the as an Inclusion Application and allow a minimum of 10
health and wellness benefits it provides. Our financial days for services to begin.

assistance program is here to assist families in need.

To complete the application, please visit our website

and click on parent portal. If you would like

additional information, please contact the office.

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