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Published by Burlington Parks & Recreation Department, 2020-04-15 12:25:52

Summer 2020

Your one-stop shop for a variety of activities and special events offered by Burlington Parks & Recreation Department

WHAT’S INSIDE

Table of Contents Parks & Recreation Office
Open Monday - Friday
3..................................... Pre-School Programs from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
4..................................................... Gymnastics
5 - 9.............................. Youth Sports & Fitness *We will be closed on May 25, July 3, Sept. 7
10.............................................................Youth
11 - 12............................. S.T.E.A.M. Programs Phone: 781.270.1695
12............................................... Simonds Park
13.................... Middle School Parks Programs Parks & Recreation Commission
13....................................Volunteer Information
14 - 15......................... Therapeutic Recreation Kevin Sullivan, Chairperson
16............................... Something for Everyone David Norden
17 - 18.......................................... Adult Fitness Kevin Sheehan
19.....................................................Adult Yoga
20 - 22.....................................................Adults Thomas Murphy, School Committee Representative
23...................................... Adults/Active Adults Paul Raymond, Planning Board Representative
24............................................. Summer Nights
25........................................Community Events Parks & Recreation Staff
26.................................................Trips & Tours
27...................................Policies & Procedures Brendan Egan, Director of Parks & Recreation
27........................................Discounted Tickets Rich Cote, Superintendent of Parks
Kelly Lehman, Program Coordinator

Jessie Hampson, Assistant Program Coordinator
Emma Jones, CTRS, Therapeutic Rec Specialist

Registration for programs listed in the brochure with a flower ( ) symbol
will begin at 8:30 am on Wednesday, April 29th. Registration for all other

programs will begin at 8:30 am on Wednesday, May 13th.
Look for new programs throughout the brochure; they have yellow titles!

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we have decided to forego mailing our seasonal summer bro-
chure. Instead, you can find the brochure online either on our website or social media platforms.

Additionally, registration for summer programs will begin on two different dates. Burlington residents will be able
to register online for some programs beginning on Wednesday, April 29th at 8:30 am. (When looking through
the brochure, these programs have a yellow flower image next to them and include full week youth programs,
limited Therapeutic Recreation programs and special events that take place in May). Resident registration for
all other programs and events (ones which do not have a yellow flower image) will begin Wednesday, May 13th
at 8:30 am.

Non-resident registration will begin 3 weeks after a program’s resident registration begins.

Our brochure and registration will be solely online until social distancing requirements have been lifted. At that
time, you will be able to register in person or by mail, and pick up a copy of the brochure at our office or the
Counscil on Aging.

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.

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PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAMS

V Summer Discovery

Ages 3 - 5, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 1 pm, $94, Function Rooms 1 & 2, Director: TBD
With themes such as camping, the rainforest and the ocean, children will make discoveries through stories,
songs, art, science, games and dramatic play. Juice and snacks are provided daily. Children should bring
peanut-free lunches. We encourage children to bring water bottles. Children must be toilet-trained. A copy of
your child’s birth certificate must accompany the registration for new participants.

Sessions are limited to four per child until June 3.

Dates Activity # Dates Activity # Dates Activity #

June 29 - July 3 463400-1A July 20 - 24 463400-C Aug. 3 - 7 463400-E

July 6 - 10 463400-A July 27 - 31 463400-D Aug. 10 - 14 463400-F

July 13 - 17 463400-B

V Preschool Art

Ages 3 - 5, Monday - Friday, 2:30 - 4:30 pm, $55, Francis Wyman School, Director: Heidi Griffin
Nothing unleashes a child’s creativity quite like art. This program encourages young children to explore their
sense of artistic possibility. Through art, children will express themselves beyond their words, while their
imaginations expand past the boundaries of the art paper. We encourage children to bring water bottles.
Children must be toilet-trained. A copy of your child’s birth certificate must accompany the registration for new
participants.

Dates Activity # Dates Activity # Dates Activity #

June 29 - July 3 462600-1A July 20 - 24 462600-C Aug. 3 - 7 462600-E

July 6 - 10 462600-A July 27 - 31 462600-D Aug. 10 - 14 462600-F

July 13 - 17 462600-B

Little Dragons

Ages 3 - 4, $127 ( 8 weeks, uniform included), Steve Nugent’s Institute, 207F Cambridge Street
Instructor: Steve Nugent & Staff

Emphasis will be put on listening, memory and attention. Children will be taught breathing, how to stretch, self-

discipline and coordination. In addition, the classes cover health, nutrition, fire safety and stranger awareness.

Day Dates Time Activity #

Discovery Preschool

Ages 3 - 5 (toilet-trained), 9 am - Noon, Visco Building at Simonds Park, Director: Chris Allain

Days Dates Fee Activity #

Mondays Sept. 14 - Dec. 7 (not 10/12) $245 (12 weeks) 153400-A

Wednesdays Sept. 16 - Dec. 9 (not 11/11 & 11/25) $225 (11 weeks) 153400-B

Preschool Bookworms

Ages 3 - 5 (toilet-trained), 9 am - Noon, Visco Building at Simonds Park, Director: Chris Allain

Days Dates Fee Activity #

Thursdays Sept. 17 - Dec. 10 (not 11/26) $245 (12 weeks) 151600-A
Fridays Sept. 18 - Dec. 11 (not 11/27) 151600-B

Discovery Kinder-Skills

Ages 4 - 5, Tuesdays, Sept. 15 - Dec. 8, 9 am - 1 pm, $332 (13 weeks)
Visco Building at Simonds Park, Director: Chris Allain, Activity #: 153500-A
*Participants must bring peanut-free lunches. *Child must be 4 yrs old by Aug. 31, 2020

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GYMNASTICS

Thursdays, Recreation Gym, Instructors: Dotty Martin & Staff
Come join Dotty as she challenges you and your child(ren) with a fun learning experience through gymnastics,

creative movement and fun developmental play.

Baby Gym Beginner Gym

(3 - 14 months w/ adult helper) (36 - 48 months)
We work with the gymnastics equipment and props This class is a transition class without parent
to make your baby scream with laughter. This is an participation. There is a lot to learn about working
opportunity for you to meet new friends and share together, taking turns, waiting in line and doing things
issues and questions with other parents. No shoes ourselves with teacher supervision. To help with the
please. transition, we have 3 teachers helping to lead the
fun. We will test our balance by walking on various
Toddler Tumblers balance beams, learning how to roll and do cartwheels
and handstands, and will have tons of fun exploring
(12 - 24 months w/ adult helper ~ proficient walker) obstacle courses each week.
Beginner walkers and those getting ready for some
faster running steps should join our Toddler Tumblers Fun Gymnastics
program. Focus is placed on balance, working
muscles, dancing and playing with parachutes and (Ages 5 - 12; broken into age appropriate groups)
props. No shoes please. Do you want to learn a cartwheel or something a little
more daring like a back handspring? Did you ever
Gym 2’s and 3’s wonder how people balance on their hands for so long?
Well, we can teach you the secrets. We know the
(24 - 35 months w/ adult helper) tricks! Dress in comfortable clothes. No jeans please.
This class is perfect for toddlers who are ready for
running, jumping, swinging, and sliding. Children Cheer, Tumble & More
will work with equipment, musical movement play,
parachutes and rainbow magic ropes. If your child is (Ages 5 - 12; broken into age appropriate groups)
3 years old and has not completed this class, please Our staff has created a new fusion of cheerlead-
register for this class prior to enrolling in Beginner Gym. ing, gymnastics and fun obstacle courses to create a
unique learning environment. Each week the class will
be a blend of tumble, jumps and fun routines. You don’t
have to be a cheerleader or a gymnast to attend!

$87 (5 weeks)

Class Ages Time July 2 - 30 Aug. 6 - Sept. 3
11:15 - 11:55 am
Baby Gym 3 - 14 months w/ adult helper Activity # Activity #
Toddler 12 - 24 months w/ adult helper
Tumblers 470260-A 470261-A
*must be proficient walker
Gym 2’s & 3’s 24 - 35 months w/ adult helper 9 - 9:40 am 470260-B 470261-B
Beginner Gym
36 - 48 months 9:45 - 10:25 am 470260-C 470261-C
Class
Ages 10:30 - 11:10 am 470260-D 470261-D
Fun
Gymnastics 5 - 12 (broken into age $71 (4 weeks) $87 (5 weeks)
Cheer, Tumble appropriate groups)
Time July 2 - 30 Aug. 6 - Sept. 3
& More 5 - 12 (broken into age (not 7/9) Activity #
appropriate groups) Activity #

1 - 2 pm 470260-E 470261-E

2 - 3 pm 470260-F 470261-F

**50% discount for siblings**
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SPORTS

Lil Sports Monday Night Summer Soccer

Ages 2 - 5, Mondays, $50 (5 weeks), Recreation Ages 5 - 14, Mondays, June 29 - August 17
Center Field, Instructor: Lil Sports Staff 5:30 - 7:30 pm, $177 (8 weeks), MSMS Field

This fun, energetic program is set to music and teaches Instructor: ProFormance Soccer Staff
Activity #: 474501-A
the basics of multiple sports and activities while build-
This FUN, action-packed program will include both
ing teamwork, listening skills, and gross motor skills.
individual skill training (passing, dribbling, shooting
Dates Time Activity #
& defending) and game play. The program is led by
June 8 - 12:45 - 1:30 pm 471800-A
July 6 1:45 - 2:30 pm 471800-B top local coaches and will keep players active and

July 20 - 12:45 - 1:30 pm 471800-C improving throughout the summer. Players will be
Aug. 17 1:45 - 2:30 pm 471800-D
grouped by age/gender/skill level. If you are away and

miss a class, you are able to make up missed days at

ProFormance Soccer’s Stoneham location.

Tiny Tykes Parent/Child Playdate in the Pool

Ages 3 - 6, Monday - Friday, Aug. 24 - 28, 8 - 9 Ages 1 - 5 (w/ parent), Noon - 1 pm $30 (5 weeks)
am, $97, Recreation Field, Instructor: Challenger Goldfish Swim School, 10 B Street Burlington

Sports Staff, Activity #: 462900-A This is an unstructured, open swim for you and your
This is an innovative pre-school soccer program that child to spend time together getting familiar with water
introduces young children to the game through stories, in a heated (90 degree) pool! This is a great opportunity
games, music and skill building activities. for young kids who may not have had previous
experience in water or for those in the beginning stages
V Jump Start of swimming. Practice moving in the water, kicking,
blowing bubbles or even floating! A parent must get in
Ages 4 - 5, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 1 pm, $80 the pool with their child; only one child per parent.
Francis Wyman Gym Director: Peter Lynch
Previously known as Mini Sports, in this program Day Dates Activity #
participants will take part in developmentally appropriate
games and activities. This program is designed to Tues. July 7 - Aug. 4 410800-A
have fun while introducing sport skills and themes.
Participants should bring a peanut-free snack, lunch Wed. July 8 - Aug. 5 410800-B
and drink. *Participants must be toilet-trained.

Dates Activity # V Cheerleading Camp
June 29 - July 3 473901-1A
473901-A Ages 6 - 9, Co-Ed, Monday - Friday, Aug. 17 - 21
July 6 - 10 473901-B 9 am - 3 pm, $160, Rahanis Playground
July 13 - 17 473901-C Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy
July 20 - 24 473901-D Activity #: 463001-A
July 27 - 31 473901-E
Aug. 3 - 7 473901-F This program will teach young athletes the essential
Aug. 10 - 14
skills to lead crowds and support the home team! Each

cheerleader will learn proper hand & body movements

and jumping techniques. The week concludes with a

choreographed performance.

B-Ball for Beginners
Grades K - 2 (grade completed)
Monday - Thursday, July 20 - 23, $44 Outdoor Volleyball
MSMS Gym, Director: Ken Pondelli
Ages 7 - 12, Co-Ed, Monday - Friday, July 20 - 24
This is an introduction that will teach your child the ba- 5 - 7 pm, $125, Rahanis Playground, Instructor:
Skyhawks Sports Academy, Activity #: 463101-A
sic skills and fundamentals of the game.
This program will be played on the sand volleyball court

Grade Time Activity # at Rahanis Park. The program is for players of all abili-
K 2 - 2:45 pm 471711-A ties. Participants will receive coaching in all volleyball
3 - 3:45 pm 471711-B fundamentals and some tactical areas.
1&2

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SPORTS

Youth Tennis Lessons Youth Kickboxing
Ages 12+, Wednesdays, June 24 - Aug. 12
$35, Monday - Friday, Rahanis Tennis Courts
6:30 - 7:30 pm, $135 (8 weeks)
Director: Scott Barrett
This program is for beginners to experienced players. MK Boxing 1 Esquire Rd Billerica, Instructors:

Our staff will keep you coming back all summer. Par- Mike Knox & Staff, Activity #: 470101-A

ticipants should bring a tennis racquet and water. Balls First and foremost the cardio strength and endurance

will be provided. A few peewee racquets are available you will receive even after only a couple of weeks of

at the program on a first-come, first-serve basis. working out are noticeably improved. As an extra to the

PEEWEES (Ages 4 - 7) physical benefits, you will learn kickboxing techniques

Introduction to tennis skills, development of hand/eye and punching combinations. Additionally, you will dis-

coordination, fun for your little ones. cover ways to dodge, avoid, guard and counter attack.

BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNER (Ages 8 - 12) Both defense and offense skills will be taught in this
Basic stroke development for new players, intro to vol- class. Additional training might be taught about how to

ley, serve and various games that improve tennis skills. compete in the ring through competitive events if a cli-

INTERMEDIATE (Ages 10 - 16) ent is interested in that specific training. Gloves can be

Further stroke development, footwork, lobs and over- purchased separately at the gym.

head; development of topspin, singles and doubles

competition on separate court. V Karate Frenzy
RAIN DAY POLICY
Rain days will not be made up. You will receive a reim- Grades K - 6 (grade completed), Monday - Friday
9 am - Noon, $202 (uniform included)
bursement for any days missed due to our cancellation
Steve Nugent’s Institute, 207F Cambridge St.
of the program.
Instructor: Steve Nugent & Staff
Date Ages 4 - 7 Ages 8 - 12 Ages 10 - 16 Each day emphasis will be on the basic development
5 - 5:45 pm 6 - 7 pm 7 - 8 pm of your child’s physical, emotional, and mental well-
Activity # Activity # Activity # being through the integration of physical education,

June 29 - 460901-1A 460921-1A 460941-1A self-defense and general martial arts concepts. They
July 3 will learn karate techniques, flexibility, concentration

July 6 - 10 460901-A 460921-A 460941-A and sportsmanship. Participants will be challenged
physically and mentally in fun and unique ways.
July 13 - 17 460901-B 460921-B 460941-B
July 20 - 24 460901-C 460921-C 460941-C Date Activity #
July 27 - 31 460901-D 460921-D 460941-D
Aug. 3 - 7 460901-E 460921-E 460941-E July 6 - 10 470531-A

Aug. 17 - 21 470531-B

Aug. 10 - 14 460901-F 460921-F 460941-F V Challenger Soccer

Ages 7 - 16, Monday - Friday, Aug. 24 - 28

Jr. Golf School Clinic Recreation Center Field, Instructor:
Challenger Sports Staff
Ages 7 - 14, $179, Billerica Country Club
Instructors: Barrie Bruce Golf School The Challenger Soccer Camp reflects the truly global

nature of the sport today and provides young players
Junior clinics are perfect for beginners and those who with a wide variety of coaching styles, practices, and
want to develop better skills. Clinics consist of 5 lessons, influences that will help them develop a well-rounded
covering safety, set up, the swing, irons, woods, short skill set. Hours of program may vary due to weather.
game and etiquette. Equipment and practice balls will
be provided. Junior golfers are grouped by age range, Time Fee Activity #
so students will be playing in age-related peer groups. Half Day

Monday - Friday from 9 - 10:15 am 9 am - 12 pm $152 463501-A
1 - 4 pm 463501-B
Dates Activity # Dates Activity #
Full Day
July 6 - 10 470601-A Aug. 3 - 7 470601-C
9 am - 4 pm $206 463501-C
July 13 - 17 470601-B Aug. 10 - 14 470601-D
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SPORTS

V Gymnastics at BHS

Grades 1 - 12 (grade completed), Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 1:30 pm, $92
BHS Gym, Director: Jourdan Marino

The gymnastics program will consist of instruction, recreational activities and special events. Students will

be placed in small groups according to age and ability. Skills will be taught in progression with emphasis on

teamwork, cooperation, safety and fun. This program is for all ability levels. Please bring a peanut-free lunch.

Date Girls Activity # Boys Activity #

Grade 1 - 2 461211-A Grade 1 - 2 461221-A

July 6 - 9 Grade 3 - 5 461231-A Grade 3 - 5 461241-A

Grade 6 - 12 461251-A Grade 6 - 12 461261-A

Grade 1 - 2 461211-B Grade 1 - 2 461221-B

July 13 - 16 Grade 3 - 5 461231-B Grade 3 - 5 461241-B

Grade 6 - 12 461251-B Grade 6 - 12 461261-B

Grade 1 - 2 461211-C Grade 1 - 2 461221-C

July 20 - 23 Grade 3 - 5 461231-C Grade 3 - 5 461241-C

Grade 6 - 12 461251-C Grade 6 - 12 461261-C

Grade 1 - 2 461211-D Grade 1 - 2 461221-D

July 27 - 30 Grade 3 - 5 461231-D Grade 3 - 5 461241-D

Grade 6 - 12 461251-D Grade 6 - 12 461261-D

Fun-Damental Basketball Learn to Skate

Grades 3 - 5 (grade completed) Ages 3 - 16, Wednesdays, June 24 - Aug. 12
Monday - Thursday, July 20 - 23, $48 4:30 - 4:55 pm, $126 (8 weeks), Burlington Ice
MSMS Gym, Director: Ken Pondelli
This program will focus on developing skills in shoot- Palace 36 Ray Ave, Instructors: FMC Ice
Sport Staff, Activity #: 473101-A
ing, dribbling and defense. Scrimmage games will be
For skaters with little or no experience. This group
played each day. Registration is limited.
class will teach the basics of skating in a fun and com-
Time Activity #
fortable environment. Skaters are grouped by age and
Girls 9 - 10:15 am 471736-A
ability as needed. Skaters must be toilet-trained and

helmets are required (bike helmets are acceptable).

Skate rentals are provided.

Boys 10:30 am - 11:45 am 471736-B V Flag Football

Outdoor Hoops For Kids Monday - Friday, Aug. 17 - 21
9 am - 3 pm, $160, Simonds Park
Grades 3 - 5 (grade completed) Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy
Monday - Friday, Aug. 17 - 21, 9 - 10:30 am, $67 Through our “skill of the day” exercises, participants will
learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core
Wildwood Courts, Director: Ken Pondelli components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or
Activity #: 471701-A defensive positioning – all presented in a fun and posi-
tive environment. The week ends with the Skyhawks
This weeklong basketball program for children will Super Bowl, giving participants a chance to showcase
their skills on the gridiron! Hours of program may vary
stress skill development and team competition. Staff due to weather.

will break players up into teams on day one. After 30 Ages Activity # Ages Activity #

minutes of drills, teams will play a game each day. 6 - 8 474001-A 9 - 11 474001-B

There is no rain location for this program. If a day is

canceled due to rain a household credit will be issued.

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SPORTS

Karate

Ages 5 - 13, Steve Nugent’s Institute, 207F Cambridge Street, Instructor: Steve Nugent & Staff
This is an introductory karate program that teaches proper stance, breathing, how to stretch, self-discipline, co-
ordination, and practical self-defense. Classes cover health, nutrition, fire safety, and stranger awareness. The
fee for the program includes the cost of a uniform.

Day Date Fee Time Activity #

Mondays July 6 - Aug. 24 $127 5:30 - 6:15 pm 470501-A
Wednesdays July 8 - Aug. 26 (8 weeks) 6:15 - 7 pm 470501-B
6:15 - 7 pm 470501-C

Saturdays July 11 - Aug. 29 1 - 1:45 pm 470501-D

Indoor Rock Climbing

Central Rock Gym 10 Adam Rd, Stoneham, Instructors: Central Rock Gym Staff
Build your climbing skills in a supportive and friendly environment. Central Rock Gym staff will take care of all
of the rope management aspects of climbing so kids can focus on climbing and having fun. All gear needed to
climb is included.

Ages Day Dates Time Fee Actvity #
6 - 13 Monday - Friday Aug. 10 - 14 9 am - 2 pm $407
V 479101-A

5 - 12 Saturdays July 11 - Aug. 1 9 - 11 am $95 (4 weeks) 479101-B

Cricket V Baseball/Softball Camp

Sundays, July 12 - Aug. 16, 4 - 5:30 pm, $67 Ages 7 - 12, Monday - Friday, Aug. 10 - 14
(6 weeks), Fox Hill School, Instructor: United 9 am - 3 pm, $160, Simonds Park
Instructor: Viking Sport Staff
Cricket League Staff
Come learn the basics of the 2nd most popular sport Coaches will teach the fundamentals of batting,

in the world, Cricket! The focus of this program is to fielding, throwing, pitching and base-running. Camp

have fun while learning batting, bowling, fielding, and also includes many games like home run derby and

other skills of the sport. Skills will be taught at the start Fenway Baseball. It concludes with the Viking World

of each session, with scrimmages being played after- Series! All Viking campers receive a Viking T-shirt and

ward. All equipment is provided. trophy. Hours of program may vary due to weather.

Ages Activity # Sport Activity #

5-9 471101-A Baseball 462201-A

10 - 13 471101-B Softball 462201-B

Fencing Brazilian Jui-Jitsu

Ages 8+, Saturdays, July 11 - Aug. 29, 4 - 4:45 pm Ages 7 - 15, Tuesdays, July 7 - Aug. 25
$125 (8 weeks), Steve Nugent’s Institute, 207F 3:30 - 4:15 pm, $127 (8 weeks)
Cambridge St., Instructor: Steve Nugent & Staff
Activity #: 474701-A Steve Nugent’s Institute 207F Cambridge St
Instructor: Steve Nugent & Staff
Benefits of fencing include enhanced fitness, self- Activity #: 481103-A

discipline and confidence, character & sportsmanship. This program will arm your child with a host of posi-

These classes will introduce proper mechanics and tive mental and physical skills that will help him/her in

technique and ability-specific fencing situations and school, at home and in life! You’ll notice an increased

strategies. All equipment is provided. respect for others, and most importantly, for them-

selves. This kind of powerful mind/body connection will

make them unstoppable when faced with difficulties.

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SPORTS & FITNESS

KidsJam & Yoga CrossFit Kids

Grades K - 3 (grade completed), Mondays Ages 8 - 12, Mondays & Wednesdays, 4 - 5 pm
July 6 - Aug. 17, 3:30 - 4:30 pm, $91 (7 weeks) $147 (8 sessions), CrossFit Exclamation
Function Room 1, Instructor: Danielle Trouve 10 Ray Ave, Instructor: Lori Becker

Activity #: 432901-A A combination of skill practice, workouts and games to
A combination of the most advantageous fitness ac-
build strength and conditioning in children and teens.
tivities and creative movement for kids. We will play
Classes include elements of gymnastics, body weight
fitness games, create high-energy dances and condi-
movements, running, jumping and more-all geared to-
tioning activities, and provide guided yoga combina-
wards kids! Super fun and engaging!
tions and relaxing meditation techniques in an hour full
Date Activity #
of fun that will leave your child feeling positive and en-
July 6 - 29 417311-A
ergetic. Included is an official KidsJAM tee shirt! There
Aug. 3 - 26 417311-B
will be a small performance at the last class.

Roller Hockey CrossFit Teens

Ages 9 - 12, Monday - Friday, July 20 - 24, 6 - 8 Ages 12 - 15, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4 - 5 pm
pm, $40, Simonds Park Street Hockey Courts, $147 (8 sessions), CrossFit Exclamation
10 Ray Ave, Instructor: Lori Becker
Director: Paul Doherty, Activity # 472501-A
Come and learn the basic skills of street hockey and Develop full-body strength, mobility and explosive

participate in moderately competitive games. A hel- power to give teens the edge! Teens will gain confi-

met with full face mask, roller blades, gloves and stick dence and reduce risk of injury. Classes are suitable

with a plastic blade are required. Please bring a water for athletes and non-athletes, seeking a great workout!

bottle. Date Activity #

July 7 - 30 417302-A

Archery Aug. 4 - 27 417302-B

Grades 4 - 8, Fridays, 6:15 - 7:15 pm Field Hockey
$111 (4 weeks), Mary PC Cummings Estate
Thursdays, July 9 - Aug. 6, 6:30 - 8 pm, $40
Instructor: On the Mark Archery Staff (5 weeks), Varsity Field, Instructor: Angela Wilson
Patience, focus and discipline are the things needed to Get trained in all aspects of field hockey: positioning,
dribbling, dodging, passing, defending and scoring.
find success and achieve consistent shot groups. Our Players will improve their fundamentals, game sense,
and develop a better understanding of the sport. Wear
lesson plans engage students in unique challenges comfortable clothing, sneakers/cleats, shin guards, a
molded mouth-guard, and goggles. Field hockey sticks
while balancing out individualized attention and feed- will be available to borrow. No experience necessary!

back. Students are eligible for the On the Mark Archery

Tournament in August. All equipment is provided.

Level Dates Activity #

Beginner June 26 - July 24 471401-A Grade Time Activity #
471401-B completed
Advanced (not 7/3)

Beginner Aug. 7 - 28 471401-C 2-4 4:45 - 6:15 pm 415201-A
Advanced 471401-D
5-8 6:30 - 8 pm 415201-B

Youth Volleyball Beat Bullying

Ages 7 - 12, Co-Ed, Monday - Friday, July 6 - 10 Ages 6 - 12, Saturday, Aug. 22, 3 - 3:45 pm, $22
2:15 - 4:15 pm, $125, Recreation Gym, Instructor: Steve Nugent’s Institute, 207F Cambridge Street
Skyhawks Sports Academy, Activity #: 470701-A
This clinic is for players from novice to intermediate Instructor: Steve Nugent & staff
Activity #: 458301-A
level. Participants will receive coaching in all volleyball
Bullying is never okay. In this class, children will learn
fundamentals and some tactical areas.
direct and indirect techniques that will help them deal

with a bully effectively.

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YOUTH

Park Place Kids Test Kitchen

Grades K - 5 (grade completed), Monday - Friday Tuesdays, June 30 - Aug. 11 (not 7/7)
June 29 - Aug. 14, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm $127 (6 weeks), Function Room 1, Instructor:

Regan Playground, Rahanis Playground Kids Test Kitchen Staff
and Wildwood Park (Rain Day Location: BHS) Each class presents students with an opportunity to
Take a “chance” and find out why the Park Place explore new or familiar foods. Working as a team, we’ll
program has a Monopoly on fun and excitement. Our slice, dice, peel, measure, and cook until we’ve pre-
staff will offer imaginative activities and special events pared the finished dish. At the end of class your aspir-
as well as traditional games, sports, and arts and crafts. ing chef will receive the main ingredient, or a sample of
Park Place is still free of charge (best bargain in town). the finished dish, and recipe to bring home! Caregiv-
ers are welcome to stay but not required to. Please
Once again this year, each participant must carry clearly disclose all food allergies and/or dietary restric-
a Park Pass with them each day. Park passes are tions upon registration.
available at each park. Park Place is available for
Burlington residents only. Each participant will be Ages Time Activity #
allowed to bring a guest up to 5 times during the
summer. 4 - 5 1:45 - 2:45 pm 451801-A

6-8 3 - 4 pm 451801-B

Staff members are responsible for children only when
they are participating in park activities. Parks do not
have indoor facilities and may close suddenly because
of weather or other reasons. Additional guidelines are
available to parents at each park. Participants should
bring peanut-free lunches.

*All Parks will close at noon on Aug. 14th Simonds Park Wading Pool

RULES AND EXPECTATIONS (Pool Pass Required)
Your child’s safety is the most important thing for us at Burlington residents are welcome to use the Simonds
Park Place, so we always have rules that we expect Park wading pool free of charge. In order to prevent
each child to follow. Some of the most important rules overcrowding and unauthorized use by non-residents,
are: Burlington families must obtain a pool pass to gain ad-
1. Always Keep Your Hands to Yourself - pushing, mittance to the wading pool throughout the summer.
hitting, or any other violent behavior will not be tolerated Passes may be obtained at the Parks & Recreation
2. Listen to the Staff Members at all times -- disruptions Department office.
ruin the fun for everybody
3. Stay inside the park -- we NEVER allow children to Wading Pool Hours:
go outside the fences without permission, this is taken 7 days a week, June 12 - August 21
very seriously
4. Respect everybody at the park - this includes June & July 10 am - 8 pm
children, staff members and volunteers...keep Park
Place fun for everybody! August 10 am - 7 pm

*Exceptions: Open at Noon every Monday &
Open Noon - 5pm on Saturday, July 4

Supervision: A Parks & Recreation Department
supervisor will be on duty at the pool during hours
of operation. There will NOT be a lifeguard on duty.
Children must be accompanied by adults.

*Burlington groups wishing to use the wading pool
must get permission in advance, and pay a fee for
a group pass. There will be a $20 replacement fee
for a lost pass.

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S.T.E.A.M.

V Circuit Makers 101 V All About Robotics

Grades 1 - 3, Monday - Friday, June 29 - July 3 Grades 2 - 4 (grade completed), Monday - Friday
9am - Noon, $154, Ceramics Room, Instructor: June 29 - July 3, 1 - 4 pm, $154

Circuit Lab Staff, Activity #: 451211-A Ceramics Room, Instructor: Circuit Lab Staff
Let’s get creative with electricity! In this junior version of Activity #: 451601-A
our Hands-On Electronics class, students will gain ex-
perience with creating their own electronics; designing Understanding how computer programs work is a key
custom light-up greeting cards, electric games, mazes, skill for the STEM jobs of tomorrow. In this class we
and even musical instruments. Each class consists of a provide fun, hands-on instruction on what it means to
circuitry lesson and a hands-on electronics project, us- write, debug, and execute computer programs. We will
ing components like lights, buzzers, switches, motors, start low-tech, creating and running “human programs,”
and sensors. Circuit Lab staff will make sure partici- and work up to programming the popular Sphero robot,
pants create a project that they can be proud of each SPRK+. We will turn Sphero Robots into Magic 8 Balls,
day. Most class days include a take-home project. automated Red Light / Green Light games, Harry Potter
Magic Wands, and more with the power of code!

V Top Secret Science & Math V Filmmaking

Grades K - 5 (grade completed), Monday - Friday Ages 9 - 14, Monday - Friday, Aug. 17 - 21
9 am - 3 pm, $187, Instructor: Mike Bergen 9 am - 3 pm, $307, Visco Building, Instructor:
Filmmakers Collaborative, Activity #: 458701-A
Investigate, discover and explore science areas such Students will learn skills in scriptwriting, storyboard
as: chemistry, electricity, physics, light, sound, air and sketching, character development, improvisation and
water. Make and take home up to 10 exciting science camera skills. They will write, shoot and edit a film in a
projects and experience up to 20 different hands-on genre of their choosing. Students will learn to edit their
science experiments each week. All materials and films using professional editing software like Final Cut
supplies included. There will be a combination of Pro. All final projects are eligible for submission into the
new and old experiments. Each week will feature half Boston International Kids Film Festival in Nov. 2020.
returning and half new experiments. Please send your
child with 2 peanut-free snacks, 2 drinks and a lunch.

Date Location Activity #

July 13 - 17 Ceramics Room 451901-A
July 20 - 24 451901-B

V Hands-On Electronics V App Inventors

Grades 3 - 6 (grade completed), Monday - Friday Grades 4 - 7 (grade completed), Monday - Friday
August 24 - 28, 9 am - Noon, $154 Aug. 24 - Aug. 28, 1 - 4 pm, $154, Ceramics Room

Ceramics Room, Instructor: Circuit Lab Staff Instructor: Circut Lab Staff
Activity #: 457701-A Activity #: 462711-A

Tinker with electronics while learning the basics of Want to know how the apps work on your phone or
computer programming. We begin by experimenting
with the fundamentals of electronics and circuitry, and iPad? Or do you have the next app idea and need
step up to projects where our class of young makers will
design their own interactive and programmable devices. to know how to make it? In this course, you will use
Participants use the latest tools including Arduino (for
building interactive devices) and Raspberry Pi (for MIT App Inventor software to make fun, creative apps
learning about computers and coding) to experiment
with LEDs, resistors, motors, and programming. Each for Android phones and tablets. You will also explore
class day gives participants the chance to design a
hands-on project with the guidance of skilled instructors. wireless communication by building custom Bluetooth

hardware controllers and readouts for our apps.

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S.T.E.A.M

V Amazing Hands on Science V Gamification Week

Grades 5 - 8 (grade completed), Monday - Friday Grades 6 - 9, Monday – Friday, August 24 - 28
July 27 - 31, 9 am - 3 pm, $187, Ceramics Room Function Room 2, Instructor: Sumeit Aggarwal
Ever wonder about the secrets behind Monopoly,
Instructor: Mike Bergen, Activity #: 450821-A Settlers of Catan and other strategy board games?
This program is geared for middle school students Could they teach you finance as a life skill? Participants
who just can’t get enough science! Each day we will will play games and enjoy activities that help build
explore up to 20 weird and wacky hands-on science positive gaming habits and build positive financial
experiments and will make and take home at least habits. Let the games begin!
10 different projects. We will explore physics, simple
machines, forms of energy, crazy chemistry, science Time Fee Activity #
games, science magic and more. Please send your
child with 2 peanut-free snacks, 2 drinks and a lunch. Half day: 9 am - Noon $150 452221-A

V Wicked Cool Vet School Full Day: 9 am - 3 pm $280 452221-B

Grades K - 5 (grade completed), Monday - Friday
Aug. 17 - 21, 9 am - 4 pm, $332, Function Room 2

Instructors: Wicked Cool for Kids Staff
Activity #: 451021-A

Do you dream of becoming a veterinarian? Grab
your lab coat animal lovers, as we learn about our
favorite furry, flying, and fishy friends! Make amazing
animal models, build big bones and investigate animal
intestines. End the week with a live animal visit!

CLUB SIMONDS

V Club Simonds

Grades K - 4 (grade completed), Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, (Early drop-off: 7:30 - 8:30 am)
Simonds Park, Rain Day Location: Pine Glen School, Director: Holly Cullinan

Are you looking for a fun environment to send your child this Summer? The fun is always on at Club Simonds!
Spend fun-filled days playing games, making arts and crafts, cooking or performing in a skit. Participants will
go on occasional field trips to the fire station, police station, or locations within walking distance. Daily water
activities may include the wading pool and sprinklers or water games, so don’t forget your bathing suit! Children
should bring a peanut-free lunch, preferably in an insulated cooler or bag. Registration: Once registered,
children will be divided into four equal units by age. In the event of rain, please call the cancellation line or check
our Facebook page after 7 am. If it starts to rain during the day, participants will be inside at the Visco Building.

Dates Activity # Fee Early Drop-Off Fee
Activity #

June 29 - July 3 460001-1A $115 460051-1A $19

July 6 - 10 460001-A $115 460051-A $19

July 13 - 17 460001-B $115 460051-B $19

July 20 - 24 460001-C $115 460051-C $19

July 27 - 31 460001-D $115 460051-D $19

Aug. 3 - 7 460001-E $115 460051-E $19

Aug. 10 - 14 460001-F $110 460051-F $16

*Program ends at Noon on August 14
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MIDDLE SCHOOL & BEYOND

V Middle School Parks

Grades 5 - 8 (grade completed), Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm, $235
Fox Hill School, Rain Day Location: Fox Hill School, Director: Beth Ganley
Each week will have new activities and trips geared toward middle school aged kids. Trips will be offered each

day of the program as described below. Session A will visit the beach each Tuesday; Session B will visit the

beach each Thursday. The week of August 3 a half day trip will be held on Friday, with the park closing at the

trip’s conclusion on August 7. Staff members are responsible for children only when they are participat-
ing in park activities. After you have registered, you will receive a newsletter specific for that week which will
include dates and times. In case of inclement weather on a trip day, an alternative indoor trip will be scheduled.

Dates Trips Session A Session B
Activity # Activity #

June 29 - July 3 Open Swim/Swim Tests, Salisbury Beach, Funtown 461701-1A 461751-1A
Mel’s Funway Park, Dave & Busters

July 6 - 10 Open Swim/Swim Tests, Devereux Beach, Canobie 461701-A 461751-A
Lake Park, Kings, Kimball Farm

July 13 - 17 Open Swim/Swim Tests, Singing Beach, Funtown/ 461701-B 461751-B
Splashtown, Launch, LaserQuest

July 20 - 24 Open Swim/Swim Tests, Nahant State Beach, Six Flags 461701-C 461751-C
Chunky’s, TBD

July 27 - 31 Open Swim/Swim Tests, Devereux Beach, Water 461701-D 461751-D
Country, SkyZone, Hilltop Fun Center

Aug. 3 - 7 Open Swim/Swim Tests, Singing Beach, Canobie Lake 461701-E 461751-E
Park, Xtreme Craze, TBD

Aug. 10 - 14 Open Swim/Swim Tests, Nahant Beach, Water Country 461701-F 461751-F
HIlltop Fun Center, Altitude Trampoline Park

**Trip schedule is subject to change. We must have a minimum of 25 participants for each week. You must

register no later than Thursday of the week prior to the week you are registering for.

\*All children participating in this program are required to have a swim test prior to the start of the pro-

High School Volleyball
Age 13 - 16, Tuesdays, July 14 - August 11

(not July 21), 2:30 - 4:30 pm, $20 (4 weeks)

Recreation Gym Instructor: Wingsze Seaman

Activity #: 410702-A

This development program is a great opportunity

for participants to learn, develop and improve their

volleyball skills and how to play the game. The program

is suitable for all skill levels. Volunteer Opportunities

The Burlington Parks & Recreation Department has

volunteer opportunities for those that have completed

the eighth grade. If you like working with people,

enjoy recreational opportunities, or have a particular

skill, you may be able to use your talents volunteering

at one of our programs or special events. Summer

volunteers should apply no later than May 11.

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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. 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 [email protected] or 781-270-1937.

V Junior Pride Softball Therapeutic Horseback Riding
Ages 6 - 12 with a disability, Tuesdays, June 2 - Ages 3 through adult with a diagnosis, Ironstone

July 21, 5:30 - 6:30 pm, $40 (8 weeks), TRW Farm 450 Lowell Street, Andover, MA

Instructor: TR Staff, Activity #: 392219-A In partnership with the Disability Access Commission,

Our practices will be structured with skill-based drills we are excited to once again offer this program for thirty

and fun games as we work on throwing, catching, hit- minute private sessions. There will be an initial evalua-

ting and understanding the rules of the game. Individ- tion required for all new riders. You will coordinate with

ual abilities are celebrated in a supportive and positive the farm to find a time that is right for your own sched-

environment. All atheletes should wear comfortable ule! Challenge Unlimited is a therapeutic riding pro-

clothing, wear cleats or sneakers, bring water and a gram whose focus is to help each individual achieve

glove. his/her fullest potential. The movement of the horse

strengthens the development of fine and gross motor

V Burlington Pride Softball skills and provides sensory input. With this premise in
mind, Challenge Unlimited staff develop exercises and

Ages 13+ with a disability, Tuesdays, May 26 - activities to benefit each individual, addressing issues
July 28, 6:30 - 7:45 pm, $50 (10 weeks), TRW that are not easily addressed in a classroom setting.

Instructor: TR Staff, Activity #: 392209-A A separate information packet with the necessary

Come on out and sharpen your skills, learn the game forms will be available upon registration. Please
and enjoy being part of a team. We will host a tourna- contact the office for details.

ment at the end of the season to celebrate our athletes Dates Fee Activity #

and summer! Athletes should wear sneakers or cleats June 22 - Aug. 22 $240 (8 weeks) 493009-A
and comfortable clothing and bring water and a glove. Register by June 8

Aug. 31 - Dec. 19 $450 (15 weeks) 493009-B
Register by Aug 17

V Modified Club Simonds

Grades K - 4 (grade completed), Simonds Park, Rain Day Location: Pine Glen School
We welcome you to take advantage of our modified Club Simonds schedule! If your child attends summer en-
richment programs at their school or the regular day is too long or overwhelming, we hope that this new Club
Simonds availability may be helpful in meeting your needs. This option is appropriate for children with an IEP or
504 plan and/or those who will be receiving support as part of our summer inclusion program. Space is limited.
Please direct all questions and inquiries to Emma Jones, CTRS or Kelly Lehman.

Monday - Thursday Friday
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
$58 per week $53 per week
$23 per date
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM *Aug 14 $18 closes at noon

Dates Activity # AM Activity # PM Dates Activity #
June 29 - July 2 495209-1A 495309-1A
495209-A 495309-A July 3 495409-1A
July 6 - 9 495209-B 495309-B
July 13 - 16 495209-C 495309-C July 10 495409-A
July 20 - 23 495209-D 495309-D
July 27 - 30 495209-E 495309-E July 17 495409-B
Aug. 3 - 6 495209-F 495309-F
Aug. 10 - 13 July 24 495409-C

July 31 495409-D

Aug. 7 495409-E

Aug. 14* 495409-F

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THERAPEUTIC RECREATION

V Summer Inclusion Program ~ Deadline: May 15th

If your child receives special education services in school or requires any accommodations in programs, he/
she may qualify for free support. Our therapeutic recreation specialist will work with your family to ensure
the appropriate accommodations are being made, and our qualified support staff will work with your child as
needed in the various programs that he/she may attend in order to provide your child with a rewarding and fun
experience. Our therapeutic recreation specialist, support staff and program directors will work as a team to
modify activities and/or equipment, provide emotional and behavioral support and facilitate social interaction
so that all children can participate to their fullest potential. At Burlington Parks and Recreation we utilize a
group inclusion model and 1:1 support will be granted only on an as-needed basis, pending assessment
by the therapeutic recreation specialist. Support staff as well as a sensory friendly indoor space will be
available for quiet breaks at Club Simonds.

In order to accommodate with a sufficient number of staff members, the deadline to notify us for summer
program support is May 15. If we are not notified by May 15, additional support services cannot be guaranteed.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Summer Inclusion Open House V T.R.I.B.E. Summer Program

Thursday, June 25 from 5 - 7 pm Ages 13 - 25 with a disability, Monday - Friday
If your child or family member is a participant in our 9 am - 4:30 pm, $125 per week, Ceramics Room
summer inclusion program, we welcome you to join T.R.I.B.E. stands for Therapeutic Recreation Inspires
us! Meet those who will be working closely with your Belonging and Enjoyment. We welcome and encourage
child and the directors of the programs. Come when people with different abilities to experience recreation
you can and stay as long as you like, but please know and leisure activities, both new and exciting as well
that at 5:30 pm we will introduce each of the staff as the tried and true favorites. Our goal during this
members. We encourage you to chat with them so that program is to provide a highly social and rewarding
any questions you may still have about programs can summer experience for participants. Outdoor activities,
be addressed. Activities and pizza will be provided. crafts, swimming, picnics and bowling are highlighted
Once we have received the required paper work for by a variety of fun day trips. Join us for some summer
inclusion support, we will let you know the location. fun and find your T.R.I.B.E.!

Out & About Dates Outings Activity #
Aug. 3 - 7 460439-A
Adults 18+ with a disability, days and times vary Rock Spot, Canobie
Join us for some fun outings! Twice a month we will Aug. 10 - 14 460439-B
Animal Adventures,
enjoy an evening out on the town. Activities may in- Swan Boats

clude local theaters, sporting events, going to the mov- Aug. 17 - 21 Aquarium, Sports 460439-C
ies, dining out or themed socials. Sign up for one or all Museum

of the outings that interest you. A separate brochure Summer Saturdays
and registration form will be available.

Ages 18+ with a disability, Saturdays

July 11 - Aug. 22 (Not 7/18 & 8/1), 10 am - 2 pm

$106 (5 weeks), Recreation Center

*June 27 week is Thurs., Fri., Mon. & Tues. Activity #:493809-A
A short and sweet version of our popular Spectacular

Saturday program to keep us moving over the sum-

mer! Activities may vary from outdoor games and fit-

ness to visting local community spots!

*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.

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SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

Women’s Self-Defense Learn to Play Pickleball

Ages 14+, Saturday, Aug. 15, 3 - 4 pm Thursdays, July 9 - August 6, 9 - 10:15 am, $45
$22, Steve Nugent’s Institute, 207F Cambridge St. (5 weeks) Simonds Park Courts, Instructor:
Kevin Martin, Activity #: 460633-A
Instructor: Steve Nugent & Staff
Activity #: 453703-A Have you been wanting to try pickleball but aren’t sure
how to swing a paddle, where to stand on the court or
Learn simple yet effective ways to defend yourself. No how to keep score? Well, here’s your chance to learn
need to be in shape, this class is designed to work for the fundamentals! Pickleball is a combination of ten-
anyone. Wear comfortable clothes without zippers. nis, badminton and ping pong played by four people on
a badminton size court with paddles and a plastic poly-
Adult Learn to Skate ball. It is great exercise, easy to learn and lots of fun.

Ages 16+, Wednesdays, June 24 - Aug. 12
5:30 - 6:20 pm, $146 (8 weeks)

Burlington Ice Palace 36 Ray Ave, Instructors:
FMC Ice Sport Staff, Activity #: 482403-A

Classes include group instruction, free time and en-
courage skaters to learn at their own pace. Skaters
are grouped by age and ability. Helmets are required
(bike helmets are acceptable). Rentals are included
on a first come first serve basis.

Private Tennis Lessons Fitness Court
Sponsored by Lahey Health
Ages 5+, July & August
$45 (1 hour), Rahanis Tennis Courts, Instructor: The Fitness Court accommodates a variety of skill
levels and abilities at each station, from beginner to
Scott Barrett, Activity #: 460904-A expert. This outdoor bodyweight circuit-training sys-
Interested in trying tennis or want to improve your tem features a series of full-body exercises that can
tennis game? Scott Barrett, who is the Head Coach be completed in just seven minutes. 7 Movements in
of the Burlington High School Boys Tennis team and 7 Minutes is a simple yet powerful workout created
Tennis Director for the Burlington Parks and Recreation for a range of athletic abilities, and is optimally per-
Department will be teaching the 1 hour private lessons. formed on the Fitness Court. Each piece of equip-
Once registered, you will coordinate a time with Scott ment allows users to leverage their body-weight at
that works for your schedule. different angles and levels of resistance as a tool to
improve over time. Download the Fitness Court app
and start your workouts today!

Burlington Walks

All ages, Wednesdays, Meets at Noon, $8, Instructor: Marlies Henderson
Developed in Japan during the 1980s, “Forest Bathing” or Shinrin Yoku, has become a cornerstone of preventive
health care and healing in Japanese medicine - currently this holistic approach to healthy living gains traction in
Western culture. During these 1.5-hour walks, you will not only enjoy the beauty of these open spaces, but learn
about local history. Walks take place rain or shine and you must be able to walk on wooded trails for 1 hour.

Date Location Activity # Date Location Activity #

May 13 Overlook Park 361304-B July 8 Landlocked Forest 361304-D

June 10 Mary PC Cummings 361304-C Aug. 19 Sawmill Brook 361304-E

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ADULT FITNESS

Zumba

Recreation Gym
Spice up your exercise program with Zumba! Zumba fuses hypnotic musical rhythms and tantalizing moves
to create a dynamic workout system designed to be fun and easy to do. This class will be an absolute blast
in one exhilarating hour of calorie-burning, heart-racing, muscle-pumping, body-energizing movements meant
to engage and captivate for life. Zumba has spread like wild-fire, and has positioned itself as the single most
influential movement in the industry of fitness.

Day Dates Time Instructor Price Activity #

Tues. July 7 - Sept. 22 6 - 7 pm Tisha Wilson $47 (12 weeks) 416403-A
7 - 8 pm 416403-B

Wed. July 8 - Sept. 23 6 - 7 pm Sarah Hamilton $47 (12 weeks) 416403-C

Thurs. July 9 - Sept. 24 7 -8 pm Marcia Mailloux $47 (12 weeks) 416403-D

Sat. July 11 - Sept. 26 (Not 9/5) 7:55 - 8:55 am Sarah Hamilton $44 (11 weeks) 416403-E

Sun. July 19 - Sept. 27 (Not 9/6) 8 - 9 am Lauren Mattson $40 (10 weeks) 416403-F

Full Body Workout Pound

Thursdays, July 9 - Sept. 24, 7 - 8 am Thursdays, July 9 - Sept. 24, 5 - 5:45 pm, $46
$46 (12 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: (12 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: Tisha

Lynette Luschenat, Activity #: 416813-A Wilson, Activity #: 419303-A
Improve your overall fitness level; including strength Pound is a full-body, cardio jam session, combining
light resistance with constant simulated drumming. It
and flexibility. Utilizing ground based exercises you will uses cardio, pilates, isometric movements, and plyo-
metric poses. You can burn between 400 - 900 calo-
train your abs, back, hips and glutes - covering the 28 ries per class. Strengthen and sculpt infrequently used
muscles, and drum your way to a leaner, slimmer phy-
muscles of the core and then some! Bring a mat. sique - all while rocking out to your favorite music.

Tai Chi on the Common D&T

Saturdays, July 25 - Sept. 26 (not 8/1 & 9/5) Tuesdays, July 7 - Sept. 22, 5 - 6 pm
No Fee ($10 for non-residents), 8 weeks $46 (12 weeks), Recreation Gym
Town Common Instructor: James Regan
Instructor: Lauren Mattson, Activity #: 432203-A
Looking for something to reduce stress and enjoy D & T combines easy to follow aerobic and non-aerobic
power moves with light weight work to help tone mus-
the outdoors? Consider Tai Chi! It is a gentle form of cles, all set to a variety of music. Songs will alternate
between aerobic and strength moves meant to target
exercise with self-paced combination of poses. Bring several muscle groups at once. Hand weights (about
2-5 lbs) are optional.
water and listen to your body. You must wear flat, well

fitting shoes. Class is canceled if it is raining.

Time Activity #

7 - 8 am 405803-A

8 - 9 am 405803-B

TRX HIIT

Mondays, July 6 - September 21 (not 9/7) Thursdays, July 9 - Sept. 24, 6:15 - 7 pm
5:30 - 6:30 pm $126 (11 weeks) $46 (12 weeks), Recreation Gym

Xtend Barre 62 Second Ave, Instructor: Xtend Instructor: Nichole Danehy, Activity #: 413313-A
Barre Staff, Activity #:419933-A HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, is a training

This class utilizes suspension straps and your body technique in which you give all-out, 100% effort through

weight to give you one of the best total body workouts quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short,

ever! Fully adaptable to your strength and fitness level, sometimes active, recovery periods. This training gets

you’ll work every muscle in your body to challenge your and keeps your heart rate up and burns more fat in less

strength, conditioning and balance. Men and women time. Modifications will be given for all levels.

will be rewarded with extreme results. Cost includes

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ADULT FITNESS

Fit Club Monday Camp Core & More

July - September, $120, Activity #: 418003-A 8:30 - 9:30 am, July 6 - Sept. 21 (not 9/7)
Fit Club offers an opportunity to pay one discounted fee Recreation Gym Instructor: Judy Landers
and attend a number of classes in a variety of fitness Commit to be fit, burn more calories hours after your
programs. The classes that are included in Fit Club workout is done. In this fantastic hour, you will explore
are: Butts & Guts, Camp Core & More, D & T, Flex & and enrich the core of your heart, body and soul with
Stretch, Friday Morning Workouts, Full Body Workout, interchangeable cardio, strength, and flexibility training
HIIT, Muscle Madness, Pound, Sculpt & Core, and techniques. Bring your enthusiasm and challenge
Total Body Conditioning. Fit Club members may also yourself to a new personal fitness level.
select two Zumba classes. When registering please
fill out a Fit Club form indicating what classes you will Friday Morning Work Out
be attending.
8:30 - 9:30 am, July 10 - Sept. 25, Recreation Gym
CrossFit Lite Instructor: Trish Marfione

Tues. & Thurs., 7 - 8 pm, $147 (8 sessions) This class is a great way to start your weekend and get
CrossFit Exclamation 10 Ray Ave your blood pumping and your oxygen flowing! Join us
for a moderately paced cardiovascular workout. The
Instructors: Lori Becker & Shannon Weisse choreographed combos include a little bit of dance, a
How is it different from CrossFit? Lite classes are a lit- little bit of athletics and a lot of fun. It will keep you
moving to burn fat and calories. We’ll finish up with
tle faster paced with a focus on metabolic conditioning. core work and a delightful total body stretch.

Expect a sweaty and fun workout! Suitable for adults Day Fee Activity #

at all fitness levels! Our workouts change each day so Mondays $38 (11 weeks) 410043-A

you won’t get bored…and we have a lot of fun too! Fridays $41 (12 weeks) 410043-B

Dates Activity # Both $69 ($10 savings) 410043-C

July 7 - 30 415513-A

Aug. 4 - 27 415513-B

Cardio/Muscle Interval Training Butts and Guts

Mondays, July 6 - Sept. 21 (not 9/7), 6 - 7 pm $46 (12 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: Julie
$44 (11 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: Conley (Tues.) & Lynette Luschenat (Thurs.)

Delores Wesley, Activity #: 411503-A This class will transform your shape and rev up
This 60-minute workout challenges all your major mus- your metabolism for the entire day. There is heavy
concentration in the stubborn areas of the abdominals
cle groups by using the best weight room exercises like and glutes with something different every class. Please
bring a mat, water, sneakers, and a set of hand weights.
squats, presses, lifts and curls. Also, hi/lo cardio is part
Day Dates Time Activity #
of this workout. Great music, awesome instructor and
Tues July 7 - Sept. 22 5:30 - 6:30 am 414303-A
your choice of weights inspire you to get the results

you came for – fast!

Pilates Strong Thurs July 9 - Sept. 24 5:30 - 6:30 am 414303-B

Tuesdays, July 7 - Sept. 22, 7 - 8 pm Pure Strength
$59 (12 weeks), COA Room 207
Wednesdays, July 8 - Sept. 23, 4 - 5 pm
Instructor: Tonia Egan, Activity #: 419203-A $59 (12 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor:
You will experience a deep workout with low impact
on the joints. Each exercise performed will focus on Brenda Jo Hubbard , Activity #: 414213-A
the six original principals of Pilates (concentration, Iron is tough, but you are tougher! Build strength, not
control, center, flow, precision and breathe). In bulk, in this innovative weight lifting class. Mix moves
addition, throughout the session you will be provided like planks, dead lifts, arm presses and more. This
information on how to live with Pilates in your everyday workout will keep you constantly challenged and you
life. Various tools will be added and provided to you for will walk out feeling fearless. Just bring a mat, we will
a deeper challenge. Please bring your own mat. If you supply the weights.
have a magic circle bring it along as well.

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ADULT YOGA

Hatha Yoga (Core Supported) Kundalini Yoga
Function Room 1, 6 - 7:15 pm
Wednesdays, July 8 - Sept. 23, 4:30 - 5:45 pm
Instructor: Joan Trubiano
$65 (12 weeks), Function Room 1, Instructor:
Through the practice of Kundalini yoga, one can unlock
Joan Trubiano, Activity #: 411233-A
This class will lengthen, strengthen, and tone the entire and tap into the body’s energy, rasing it from the base
body with special attention to our powerhouse (core). of the spine to the top of the skull. In this type of yoga,
Core strength is the ultimate necessity to help you the experience is most important, not the form. You
practice yoga. Core strength enhances balance and don’t have to be able to twist yourself like a pretzel or
stability preventing injury and falls. The class wil be an be in great physical shape. Kundalini works if you can
breathe and move your body. Please bring a yoga mat,
interesting blend of yoga & pilates.
towel, or small blanket and water.

Day Dates Fee Activity #

Wed. July 8 - Sept. 23 $71 411263-A
(12 weeks)

Sun. July 12 - Sept. $66 411263-B
27 (not 9/6) (11 weeks)

Beginner Hatha Yoga

Function Room 1, Instructor: Karen Pickette
This yoga class is for beginners to learn proper, correct alignment and breathing in basic postures. This class
will encourage proper alignment of the body and bring balance, strength, and calmness to the practitioner. You
will work on twisting postures, standing positions, and restorative postures. During this series, you will link breath
and movement while understanding the importance of sequencing. Understanding the basics of yoga will help
your overall practice. Please wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes and bring a mat.

Level Days Date Time Fee Activity #

2 Mondays July 6 - Sept. 21 (not 9/7) 5:45 - 6:45 pm $66 (11 weeks) 411213-A

1 Tuesdays July 7 - Sept. 22 6 - 7 pm $71 (12 weeks) 411213-B

Hatha Yoga for Beginners & Beyond

This class incorporates four basic yoga principles: centering and relaxation to calm the mind, yoga postures to

stretch, strengthen and tone the body, breathing techniques to increase lung capacity, and deepen one’s ability

to relax, and meditation practice as a means to reduce stress and achieve spiritual self enlightenment. Bring a

mat and wear loose comfortable clothing. This is appropriate for anyone; each person works at their own pace.

Days Date Time Instructor Location Fee Activity #

Thurs. July 9 - Sept. 24 4:30 - 5:45 pm MaryEllen Osowski Function Rm 1 $71 411203-A
(12 weeks)

Sat. July 11 - Sept. 26 9:05 - 10: 35 am Joan Trubiano Gym $66 411203-B
(not 9/5) (11 weeks)

Gentle, Relaxing & Restorative Yoga

Function Room 1, Instructor: Karen Pickette
This is a class structured around rejuvenating and healing the body. This class is held at a slower pace and

focuses on stretching all areas of the body, while releasing stress and tension from joints and muscles. It is a

class designed to restore the nervous system and help release deeply held tensions from the body and mind.

Days Date Time Fee Activity #

Mondays July 6 - Sept. 21 (not 9/7) 4:30 - 5:30 pm $66 (11 weeks) 419903-A

Tuesdays July 7 - Sept. 22 4:45 - 5:45 pm $71 (12 weeks) 419903-B

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ADULTS

Pick-Up Basketball Chair Yoga

Wednesdays, June 24 - Aug. 26, 8 - 10 pm, $40 Fridays, July 10 - Sept. 25, 1:30 - 2:30 pm
(10 weeks), Recreation Gym, Activity #: 481933-A $71 (12 weeks), COA Rm 207, Instructor:
Moderately competitive pick-up basketball games
for adults who live or work in Burlington. Locker and Angela Wasson, Activity #:411293-A
shower facilities are provided. Players should bring a This yoga class is for those adults with limited mobil-
light and dark colored shirt each evening. ity. Great for adults that have arthritis, Multiple Scle-
rosis, Parkinson’s and other challenges. Physical
Volleyball movements, breathing practices and stress reduction
techniques are practiced while seated in a chair. All
Mondays, June 22 - Aug. 31, 8 - 10 pm, $44 levels welcome.
(11 weeks), Recreation Gym, Activity #: 480703-A
Enjoy the friendly competition of “pick-up” volleyball Pilates Fusion
games. Please wear sneakers.
Wednesdays, July 8 - Sept. 23, 5:30 - 6:30 am
Badminton $46 (12 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor:

Tuesdays, June 23 - Aug. 25, 8:15 - 10:15 pm, $40 Julie Conley, Activity #: 411133-A
(10 weeks), Recreation Gym, Activity #: 488103-A Come alive with this no impact, high-energy workout.
Whether you are an amateur or an expert badminton We’ll build strength and length by incorporating pow-
player, this program allows badminton players erful, flowing movements using your own body weight
an opportunity to play friendly “pick-up” games! resistance. This workout is designed to promote bet-
Participants are required to bring their own racquets. ter posture and flexibility and is suitable for everyone.
Please bring a mat and water.

Kick It! Xtend Babies on Board

Tuesdays, July 7 - Sept. 22, 6:45 - 7:45 am Sundays, July 12 - Sept. 27 (not 9/6)
$46 (12 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm, $126 (11 weeks)
Xtend Barre 62 Second Ave, Instructor: Xtend
Taylor Hachey, Activity #: 418513-A
Kick It by Eliza is a fitness method that is music driven, Barre Staff, Activity #: 412313-A
sweat inducing and kickboxing inspired. Class is filled Xtend Barre Babies on Board provides a challenging
with high intensity intervals, dance combinations and but safe class to support you and your baby to bond
kickboxing inspired movement patterns. Bring a mat. and share, while working toward your new fitness
goals. Featuring unique post-natal Pilates based ex-
Evening Flow ercises, Xtend Barre Babies on Board is the answer
to your post-pregnancy fitness journey. Please bring a
Mondays, July 6 - Sept. 21 (not 9/7), 7 - 8 pm structured baby carrier (like Ergo). Complimentary grip
$65 (11 weeks), Recreation Gym, Instructor: socks will be provided.

Paulette Savage, Activity 410216-A Beginner Kickboxing
End your day in the best way: stretching, bending and
breathing. This yoga flow will help relieve stress in the Wednesdays, June 24 - Aug. 12, 6:30 - 7:30 pm
body and de-clutter the mind. Combining slow moving $135 (8 weeks), MK Boxing 1 Esquire Rd
sequences, and forward folds, this evening flow melts Billerica, Instructors: Mike Knox & Staff
the stress of the day and sets you up for a restful night’s Activity #: 411403-A
sleep. Appropriate for beginners and all levels.
First and foremost the cardio strength and endurance
Pilates with Props you will receive even after only a couple of weeks of
working out are noticeably improved. You will also
Mondays, July 6 - September 21 (not 9/7) learn kickboxing techniques, punching combination,
$54 (11 weeks), 1:30 - 2:30 pm, Function Room 1 and discover ways to dodge, avoid, guard and counter
Instructor: Barbara Hospod, Activity #: 411337-A attacks. Both defense and offense skills will be taught.
Incorporating the use of props into your pilates routine Gloves can be purchased separately at the gym.
will change your body by boosting muscular endurance
while enhancing core stability and strength. Please
bring hand held weights (2-4lbs) and a mat.

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ADULTS

Tennis Lessons Archery for Adults
$35, Monday - Friday, 7 - 8 pm, Rahanis Tennis
Fridays, 6:15 - 7:15 pm
Courts, Director: Scott Barrett
$111 (4 weeks), Mary PC Cummings Estate
For those who are new to the sport and intermediate
Instructor: On the Mark Archery Staff
level players. You will learn the basics and refine the Try out traditional recurve archery and see for yourself
skills you already have. Please bring water and your why one of the world’s oldest sports is making a
own racquet. RAIN DAY POLICY: Rain days will not comeback! This introductory course emphasizes the
be made up. You will receive a reimbursement for any fundamentals that lead to success and the importance
days missed due to our cancellation of the program. of consistent shooting. Participants will compete

Dates Activity # individually and in team challenges through a variety

June 29 - July 3 480913-1A of games and drills. Everyone enrolled is eligible for
the On the Mark Archery Tournament in August. All
July 6 - 10 480913-A
equipment is provided.

July 13 - 17 480913-B Level Dates Activity #

July 20 - 24 480913-C Beginner June 26 - July 24 481503-A
July 27 - 31 480913-D 481503-B
Advanced (not 7/3)

Aug. 3 - 7 480913-E Beginner Aug. 7 - 28 481503-C
Aug. 10 - 14 480913-F Advanced 481503-D

Introduction to Golf Intermediate Golf
10 - 11 am, $179 (4 weeks), Billerica Country Club
$179 (5 lessons), Billerica Country Club
51 Baldwin Rd, Billerica, Instructor: Barrie Bruce
51 Baldwin Rd, Billerica
PGA Golf Pro
Instructor: Barrie Bruce, PGA Golf Pro
Our Intro to Golf program is designed for the new-to- This program focuses on fine-tuning skill improvement
the-game golfer with little (or no) golf experience. Basic for specific areas to help you manage course play and
fundamentals of the game are taught in a relaxed, lower your scores! Tips on how to make every practice
stress-free clinic setting. Equipment and practice balls session effective will be a part of each lesson. Skills
will be provided as needed. All you need to bring is “a include keeping drives on the fairway, skills to avoid
3-putting, combatting uneven lines and bunker play.
pair of sneakers and a good attitude”.
Activity # Class size is limited to 4:1 student to instructor ratio.
Day Dates Time Days Dates Activity #

Tues. July 7 - Aug. 4 6 - 7 pm 480613-A Sundays June 21 - July 12 480614-A

Wed. July 8 - Aug. 5 6 - 7 pm 480613-B

Sun. July 12 - Aug. 9 11:30 am - 480613-C Saturdays July 11 - Aug. 1 480614-B
12:30 pm

Introduction to Playing on the Golf Course

$179 (4 lessons), Billerica Country Club 51 Baldwin Rd, Billerica
Instructor: Barrie Bruce, PGA Golf Pro

Are you hesitant to get out on the course and play? Have you only swung a club on the practice range? This
program will address your concerns and give you the confidence to get out on the course! First lesson is a basic
orientation of golf course fundamentals with a visit to the 1st tee and Pro Shop; the next 3 lessons will have you
playing up to 3 holes on the course with an instructor. You will learn basic rules, course etiquette, pace of play
techniques and club selection. After this program, you’ll be ready to join our non-competitive leagues and to
enter our low-key BBGS Sunday tournaments. Participants must have completed Intro to Golf.

Days Dates Time Activity #

Sunday & 3 Wednesdays July 5, 8, 15 & 22 6:30 - 7:30 pm 480603-A
Sunday & 3 Fridays Aug. 9, 14, 21 & 28 6 - 7 (Sunday only) 480603-B

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ADULTS

Ballroom Dance Sleepless in Burlington

Mondays, June 1 - July 20, 6:45 - 7:30 pm Tuesday, June 16, 6 - 7:30 pm, $15
$52/person or $104/couple (8 weeks), Kadanse Council on Aging Room 215, Instructor:
Dance Studio 346 W Cummings Park, Woburn Joya Pezzuto, RN, Activity #: 450223-A
Sleep, like nutrition and physical activity, is an impor-
Instructors: Kadanse Studio Staff
Activity #: 431113-A1 (single) or 431113-A (couple) tant part of your health and well-being. In this class the
The objective of the class is to introduce basic pat-
terns, timing, and concepts of leading and following focus is on simple tips to getting a good night sleep.
with a focus on FUN! Single students and couples are
welcome. No prior experience required. Social Dancing Nights

Acrylic Paint Nights Monday, 6:45 - 8:15 pm, $20/single or $40/couple,
Beau Monde Ballroom 111 Middlesex Turnpike,
Thursdays, Aug. 6 & 13, 5:30 - 7:30 pm, $30 Instructor: Ashan Samarasinghe and Charisse
(2 classes - 1 painting), Ceramics Room Nocera
Instructor: SuWani, Activity #: 456203-A
Embrace a fun hobby, spark new friendships, and feel
For beginners to advanced, this class will help you to
create while learning about acrylic colors and basic happier and healthier by moving to music. This class
drawing skills. Learn about different brush strokes,
layers buildup, achieving realism through shadow and will help you discover ways to dance in social settings.
highlights and some fine brush works in the fore-most
layer. Wear clothing that you don’t mind getting paint Partners are welcome but not required.
on. A $15 materials fee is due at the first class.
Date Level Activity #
Vision Boards Journal Workshop Single Couple

Thursday, May 28, 6 - 7:30 pm, $15 July 13 Beginner 435501-A1 435501-A
Council on Aging Room 215, Instructor: Intermediate 435501-A1 435501-A
Joya Pezzuto, RN, Activity #: 302324-A
Spring is the perfect time to set your dreams into mo- July 20 Beginner 435501-B1 435501-B
tion. What sets your soul on fire? What is it that you Intermediate 435501-B1 435501-B
want most? Come create your very own Vision Board
on the cover of a journal. Take your vison to a new Introduction to Ayurveda
level…Write it….See it…Believe it….Achieve it. Bring
to class any special photos or mementos you would Wednesday, June 17, 10 - 11:30 am, No Fee
like included in your journal. There is an additional $7 Ceramics Room, Instructor: Anjana Bhargava
material fee for supplies provided during the class this
fee can be paid the evening of the class. Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor
Activity #: 450721-A
Knee Pain
An introductory talk on holistic wellness and harmoni-
Monday, May 18, 6:30 - 8 pm
No Fee, Council on Aging Room 207 ous living. Ayurveda, the science of life and longevity,
Instructor: Mike Stare & Justin Pezick
Orthopaedics Plus, Activity #: 451723-A is the holistic alternative science from India. It is more
Knee pain is one of the most common conditions,
affecting millions and costing billions. Fortunately, than 5000 years old. You will learn basic information
there is evidence to suggest that proper treatment can
reduce and prevent knee pain and injuries. Dr. Stare’s about this science and start you on your path to healing
unique perspective will serve to give you the evidence
from both the research and clinic showing how these and well being.
challenging issues can be solved so you can have
strategies that you can use right away.

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ACTIVE ADULTS & CLUB 50

B.E.S.T. Fit Over 50

Fridays, July 10 - Sept. 25, 9:45 - 10:45 am Monday, June 22, 6:30 - 8 pm
$41 (12 weeks), Recreation Gym No Fee, Council on Aging Room 207
Instructor: Mike Stare & Justin Pezick
Instructor: Trish Marfione, Activity #: 411807-A Orthopaedics Plus, Activity #: 411527-A
Exercise is the key to staying strong, energetic and This seminar will show what proper exercise looks like

healthy as you get older. This class is for those 55+ for older adults based on science and proven effective

who want to age well, live life to the fullest and have fun to get results fast that last. Attendees will learn the truth

while strength training, balancing, moving and stretch- about what works and leave with strategies they can

ing. Bring a mat, sneakers, comfortable clothing and implement immediately.

hand weights. Other fun equipment will be provided.

Yoga Gold

Age 50+, Thursdays, July 9 - Sept. 24,
1:30 - 2:30 pm, $48 (12 weeks), Function Room 1
Instructor: Karen Pickette, Activity #: 419803 - A
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.

Zumba Gold

Ages 50+, Instructor: Maryellen Reardon (Tues. & Sat.) & Paula Rayworth (Wed.)
Zumba Gold was designed for the active older adult who are interested in taking a lower impact Zumba class.
The same Latin styles of music and dance are used and just as fun as the regular Zumba classes. Zumba Gold
strives to improve balance, strength, flexibility and most importantly, the heart. Wear comfortable clothing and
bring water. Enjoy Latin and other international rhythms. Dance yourself into fitness with Zumba Gold!

Day Dates Time Fee Location Activity #

Tues. July 7 - Aug. 25 10:50 - 11:50 am $21 (8 weeks) Recreation Gym 416407-A

Wed. July 8 - Sept. 23 8:30 - 9:30 am $29 (12 weeks) Recreation Gym 416407-B

Sat. July 11 - Aug. 29 10 - 11 am $21 (8 weeks) Murray Kelly Wing 416407-C

Burlington Club 50

The Parks & Recreation Department Club 50 Program Committee has announced the following program sched-
ule for active adults aged 50 and over. Most programs are ongoing; others start in the Spring. Most activities are
free, and those that require a fee will be on a pay-as-you-attend basis. 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

Golf* Tuesdays 7:30 am April - Oct. King Rail Reserve, Lynnfield

Bocce Wednesdays 9 am May - Oct. Bocce Court at Parks & Recreation Dept.

Billiards Wednesdays 10 am April - Oct. Card Room at the Council on Aging

Tennis Thursdays 9 am May - Oct. Rahanis Playground Tennis Courts

Whist Fridays 9 am Year Round Card Room at the Council on Aging

Pickleball Saturdays 4 - 6 pm Year Round Gym at Parks & Recreation Dept.

Bicycling Varies Varies April - Oct. Bruce Freeman & Minuteman Trails

Hiking Varies Varies April - Oct. Easy to Intermediate Trails - 3 miles or less
(located no more than 10 miles from Burlington)

*There is a small fee for this program.

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SUMMER NIGHTS

Children’s Shows 2020 Summer Concerts

Sponsored by the Parks & Recreation Department Tuesday Nights on the Town Common
through a generous donation from the Simonds Trust. Concerts begin at 6:30 pm

Monday, June 22, 6:30 pm at the Town Common Tuesday, June 16
Reptiles Rock - Rainforest Reptile Show Dan Clark Singing Trooper

Monday, June 29, 6:30 pm at the Town Common Tuesday, June 23
Mr. Andrew - Musician Cactus Gang (Country)

Thursday, July 2, 1:00 pm at Simonds Park Tuesday, June 30
Malik the Magician Stony’s Wicked Din

Monday, July 6, 6:30 pm at the Town Common
Ben Rudnick & Friends - Musician

Thursday, July 9, 1:00 pm at Simonds Park Tuesday, July 7
Animal Adventures - Animal Show Jumpin Juba (Rock ‘n Roll)

Monday, July 13, 6:30 pm at the Town Common Tuesday, July 14
TBD Rico Barr & the Jump ‘N’ Jive Review (Swing)

Thursday, July 16, 1:00 pm at Simonds Park Tuesday, July 21
Les Julian - Musician Full Turn Band (Classic Rock)

Monday, July 20, 6:30 pm at the Town Common Tuesday, July 28
The Yoyo Show Rampage Trio (Boogie Rock)

Thursday, July 23, 1:00 pm at Simonds Park
Johnny the K - Musician

Monday, July 27, 6:30 pm at the Town Common Tuesday, August 4
Toe Jam Puppet Band - Musician Moose Juice (Classic Rock)

Thursday, July 30, 1:00 pm at Simonds Park Performers are subject to change. Please look for
NE Aquarium up-to-date information in June!

Monday, August 3, 6:30 pm at the Town Common
Bryson Lang - Comedian

Thursday, August 6, 1:00 pm at Simonds Park
Museum of Science

Performers are subject to change. Policies For Town Common Events
Please look for up-to-date information in June!
Parking
Family Movies on the Common Please park only in areas designated for parking.
Parking is allowed in marked spaces on the Town
Wednesday Nights on the Town Common Hall side of Center Street. Police will enforce “no
June 24 parking” on the Town Common side of Center Street.

July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Safety Considerations
August 5, 12 For the safety of people attending events at the Town
Common, the Parks & Recreation Department asks
Rain Dates: August 19 & 26 that there be no rollerblading, bike riding, or skate
All ages, movies start at dusk. In the event of rain, boarding at Town Common events. Also, people
we will postpone the movie to the first available rain should not bring dogs or other pets to the Common
date. Please call the Parks & Recreation Department during events.
cancellation line or check out our Facebook page for
up-to-date cancellation information.

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

V Fishing at the Reservoir Community Gardens

Mill Pond Reservoir, April 1 - October 31, Dawn May - October, Francis Wyman School
to Dusk, Permit Fee: $10 (Ages 15 and above) Do you enjoy growing things but lack the space to do
so? Community gardening is a wonderful opportunity
Activity #: 905023 to meet others with the same interests. Experience
Burlington residents are welcome to fish at the Mill the gratification of producing flowers and food for your
Pond Reservoir, which has been stocked with rainbow table. Twenty plots are available for leasing during
and brown trout. Fishing permits can be purchased the growing season. Two of the plots are designed for
online. Children under age 15 do not need a permit, gardeners with physical limitations. Full plots are 200
but they must be accompanied by an adult when fish- sq. ft. (10’ x 20’) and half plots are 100 sq. ft. (10’ x 10’).
ing at the reservoir.
Plot Fee Activity #
Community Yard Sale
Full $50 600586-A
Saturday, Sept. 19 (Inclement weather date:
Sept. 20), 9 am - 2 pm Half $30 600586-B

This event has been moved to September; you will be Great American Campout
able to register for it during our Fall registration period!
Participating locations will be given an official sign to June 27 - 28, 5 pm, No Fee, Simonds Park
put in their yard. We will be compiling a map and list of Activity #: 405833-A
wares being sold at each stop. We invite everyone to
visit yard sales around Burlington on this day to recy- Join us at Simonds Park as we participate in The Great
cle, re-purpose, and re-use! Sponsored by “The Home American Campout 2020! We will be joining thou-
Team” at Showcase of Homes, Realtors. sands of people across the nation as they take part in
this annual event that provides a fun-filled evening for
V Family Fishing Festival all generations to get outside and connect with nature.
Join us for some backyard games, dinner, a movie and
All Ages, Saturday, May 16, $25 (per family) much more! We ask that you bring your own tent. If
10 am - 1 pm (rain or shine), Mill Pond Reservoir you do not have a tent, but would like to participate,
please contact the Parks & Recreation Department.
Activity #: 305011-A This event is for Burlington residents only and pre-
Burlington’s 25th Annual Fishing Festival will be co- registration for this event is required.
sponsored this year by MassWildlife! Join us for a
day of BBQ’ing and fishing fun! There will be a raffle,
and catch-of-the-day competitions! Festival is catch
and release only. You may bring your own fishing
equipment or use equipment which will be provided.
Fishing licenses are not required for the festival.
Please be sure to pre-register!

Ice Palace Day

Friday, August 14, 2 - 5 pm, Burlington Ice Palace
Need a break from the summer heat? Come cool down
with us at the Burlington Ice Palace! There will be an
open skate, games and activities. Skates are available
for rental.

Celebrate Burlington

All ages, Saturday, August 1 (Rain date: August 2), Town Common
Residents of all ages are invited to enjoy a fun-filled, action-packed day at Celebrate Burlington. Everyone can

enjoy games of chance, do some clowning around, or test their sports skills.

Carnival on the Car Show Concert on the Fireworks!
Common 5 - 7 pm 9 pm
Common
11 am – 4 pm 7 – 9 pm

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TRIPS & TOURS

All trips & tours listed below are offered in cooperation with Celebration Tours II. Below you will find
some general terms and conditions. For a full list of terms and conditions, see the back of each flyer.

Payment Policy & Deposits
One day motorcoach tours - full payment due at the time of reservation. Two to six day motorcoach tours - $100

deposit per person due at the time of reservation. Full payment due 30 days prior to the departure date.

Departures & Arrivals
Listed departure and arrival times are approximate. A detailed, exact itinerary will be sent out to you one week
prior to trip’s departure with pick-up/drop-off times and bus location. Upon completion of each tour, all passen-
gers will be dropped off at the same location of their departure. Subsequent drop-offs will be made in reverse
order of departure locations listed for each tour.

Health & Mobility Restrictions
All tours may involve considerable walking in variable weather, climbing stairs and getting on and off transporta-
tion vehicles. By making a deposit, the participant certifies that he or she does not have any mental, physical or
other condition or disability that would create a hazard for themselves or for others. Persons with any such dis-
ability or condition must be self-sufficient or must travel with a companion who will provide all needed assistance
and assume total responsibility for their well-being and participation in the events of the tour.

May 29 - 31 August 9
Boothbay & Bar Harbor Maine 35th Annual Pops by the Sea
$434 per person (double occupancy)
$137 per person
Travel waiver available Activity #: 01025
Activity #: 01016
August 15
June 20 Provincetown Day Trip
Block Island Day Trip
$87 per person
$139 per person Activity #: 01026
Activity #: 01017
August 22
June 28 Cabbage Island Clambake
Lake Winnipesaukee
$140 per person
$123 per person Activity #: 01019
Activity #: 01022
Sept. 13 - 15
July 11 Niagara Falls Overnight
Nantucket & Martha’s Vineyard $527 per person (double occupancy)
Travel waiver available
$148 per preson
Activity #: 01018 Activity #: 01020

July 18 September 20
The Maine Event! Greenvale Vineyards
$105 per person
Activity #: 01023 $106 per person
Activity #: 01027

July 25 Nov. 28 - 29
Little Italy in Providence NYC Holiday Getaway!
$360 per person (double occupancy)
$132 per person Travel waiver available
Activity #: 01024
Activity #: 01021

For more information and registration forms, please visit our website: www.burlingtonrecreation.org
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POLICIES & PROCEDURES

Age Requirement Cancellations

If a minimum age is specified for a program listed in Please call the Cancellation Line at (781)270-1695
this brochure, a child must be at least that age on the (option 3), visit our Facebook or Twitter pages when
program starting date. you have any doubt about weather cancellations. In
most instances, the Parks & Recreation Department
Grade Requirement will try to notify participants of a change or program
cancellation by email. Please be advised that some
The grade specified for certain programs refers to the programs may continue to run outside in inclement and/
school grade the child is in during the 2019 - 2020 or adverse weather conditions. Recreation programs
school year. may run even if the Burlington Schools cancel school
and/or afternoon activities.
Birth Certificates
Make-Ups
If your child is 5 years old or younger and you are
registering for a Recreation Department program for The Parks & Recreation Department will attempt to
the first time, please enclose a copy of your child’s birth make up cancelled classes, but we cannot guarantee
certificate. that all classes will be made up.

Refund Guidelines Facility Rental

1. If you decide to cancel a registration, please notify the Burlington’s Recreation Center at the Center for Human
Parks & Recreation Department as soon as possible Services is available to rent on a space-available basis.
prior to the program starting date. Facilities at the Center include meeting rooms, function
rooms and a gymnasium. Sorry, the Center is not
2. If you give sufficient notice of cancellation, the Parks available for private functions. For further information,
& Recreation Department may be able to give you a please contact the office.
full or partial refund. There will be a $10 processing
charge for all refunds given. Please inquire about a Serving People with Disabilities
refund at the time you cancel your registration.
We are committed to providing recreational
3. If you cancel your registration for a program for which opportunities for residents of all ages and abilities. If
the Parks & Recreation Department has paid deposits, you or a family member needs accommodations to
purchased equipment or incurred other expenses on participate in the Town’s recreation activities, please
your behalf; your refund, if any, will be reduced by the contact our Recreation Therapist, Emma Jones, CTRS
amount of the expenses incurred. at 781-270-1937.

4. Refunds take 2 - 4 weeks to process. If payment Discounted Tickets Are Available!
was made by check or cash, a check from the Town
will be mailed. If paid by credit card, your credit card Amusement Parks
will be refunded. If you have an outstanding balance, Six Flags - $40, a savings of over $25!
the refund will be automatically applied to the balance. Canobie Lake Park - $35, a savings of $15!

Financial Assistance Movie Theater
AMC Theatre Movie Tickets: $9.00*
Financial assistance is available! Contact the Parks & Showcase Cinema Tickets: $9.50
Recreation Department for more information.
*AMC tickets have additional restrictions and
Non-Residents surcharges, please call the theater prior to purchasing
your tickets. The Burlington Parks and Recreation
Non-residents may register for programs beginning Department office staff do not have information on
three weeks after resident registration begins. At the specific movies and restrictions.
Director of Parks and Recreation’s discretion, some
programs or events may only be open to Burlington
residents. There is an additional $10 fee for non-
residents.

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