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Family Guide 2019

Family Guide 2019

Family Guide 2019























"SOUPER BOWL" FAMILY PARTY

Sunday, February 2nd, 2020
5:00pm

No spelling errors here!
Watch the big game with family and friends!
Enjoy all your favorite football game fare including
bread bowl soup and happy hour specials all night.
We’ll have fun activities for adults including a numbers board and
games with physical activity to keep the children engaged.
Vote for the best chili as our culinary team competes

for the "Souper Bowl" title.

VALENTINE'S DAY

Friday, February 14th, 2020
Features starting at 5:00pm
We've got you covered--from a romantic dinner for two to
a family-friendly night out!
Valentine's feature menu in addition to the regular menu.
Harpist Laurie Leigh strumming sweet delights.

SNOWMAN BUILDING CONTEST

Saturday, February 22nd, 2020
(date subject to change due to snow conditions)

4:00 - 5:00pm
Bring your snowman’s accessories and use your family’s creativity to

build the best snowman. Winning family will receive
a complimentary dinner following the event.
There will be a warming room,

bonfire pit and complimentary unlimited hot chocolate bar.

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Social Events for Children

MANNERS MATTER

The Etiquette Program for North Oaks Golf Club Children

<right> Confidence and good behavior in social situations is natural for <right>Learning and practicing critical points of etiquette will create
the child who understands there is expected behavior in every genuine self-confidence and result in care for others.
circumstance. The Manners Matter program builds on the training you have
<right> The response that well-mannered children receive from provided for your children in an atmosphere of fun and active
adults and their peers in the form of social invitations and good participation that occurs as children learn and practice the life
friendships reinforces good behavior. skills that will guide them to success.

For 5-8 year olds For 9-12 year olds
$150 includes First Impressions and Dining Skills $150 includes First Impressions and Dining Skills

First Impressions First Impressions

Saturday, April 27th, 2019 9:00 - 10:30am Saturday, April 27th, 2019 12:00 - 1:30pm
The children will learn the importance of making a good The children will learn the importance of making a good
impression and the skills necessary to confidently meet new impression and the skills necessary to confidently meet new
people in any social situation. They will learn to introduce people in any social situation. They will learn to introduce
themselves and others, make eye contact, give a proper themselves and others, make eye contact, give a proper
handshake and participate in polite conversation. They will learn handshake and participate in polite conversation. They will learn
telephone etiquette and how to write a thank you note. telephone etiquette and how to write a thank you note.
Please feed your children breakfast as no meal is served and Please feed your children lunch as no meal is served.
being hungry is a great distraction for them. Maximum of 21 children, 1:7 student ratio
Maximum of 21 children, 1:7 student ratio

For 5-8 year olds For 9-12 year olds

Dining Skills Dining Skills

Saturday, May 4th, 2019 9:00 - 11:30am Saturday, May 4th, 2019 12:00 - 2:30pm
The dining table is where our good manners shine – or not. The dining table is where our good manners shine – or not.
Children will learn and practice to correctly use each piece of a Children will learn and practice to correctly use each piece of a
place setting, proper posture, polite table conversation, how and place setting, proper posture, polite table conversation, how and
when to serve themselves and others. They will learn how and when to serve themselves and others. They will learn how and
when to begin eating, how to excuse themselves and how to move when to begin eating, how to excuse themselves and how to move
through a buffet line. through a buffet line.
Includes lunch. Includes lunch.
Maximum of 21 children, 1:7 student ratio Maximum of 21 children, 1:7 student ratio

NOGC FAMILY DINING MISSION STATEMENT

To provide an environment of comfortable, relaxed family dining that fosters community
and affords an extraordinary experience for all diners.

To ensure the safety and respect of others please abide by the following:
Keep children within view and accompanied by an adult when away from the family

Stay clear of golf greens, bunkers or field of play

We understand the very young (and the young at heart) sometimes need helpful distractions to ensure they remain
constructively engaged. We provide a variety of table games and crafts for their use, please ask a team member for assistance.

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Kid's NIGHT OUT

Save these date for the kid's sake (and yours). We'll have various entertainment for the kids and
parents can enjoy a relaxing night of golfing 9-holes, dining, or playing tennis.
Parents are required to be on premises during kid's night out events.

Children should be able to use the rest room independently as a general guideline for these events.
Children's guests will be able to register one week before the event if space permits.
Time: 6:00 - 8:45pm

6:00-6:45 Dinner followed by activities

Wednesday, April 10th – Penguins! Wednesday, July 31st – It’s all about the Raptors
Dive into the world of penguins and discover The U of M Raptor Center will join us with live
what makes them so different from other raptors and teach the kids about these amazing
birds. Meet a real live penguin, presented by animals! Weather permitting, we will also
the Como Zoo Park & Conservatory, and learn venture outdoors to explore some local habitat
about the adaptations that help them survive that these incredible creatures call home.
their specific habitats! The penguin theme will $30++
continue as we get set to watch Mr. Popper’s
Penguins. Sunday, August 11th – The Bazillions Perform Live!
$25++ It’s kid-friendly rock-n-roll! The Bazillions are
all about music, learning, and fun! Weather
Sunday, April 28th – Dogs vs. Cats with permitting, we’ll feature this acoustic trio
Kidcreate Studio outside.
Every kid dreams of having a dog or a cat of $30++
their very own! Dogs or cats, which makes a
better pet? There’s no need to decide, we’ll Wednesday, August 28th – Snapology
create art inspired by both. No trips to the pet Do you like Legos? Then
store required! this 2 part workshop
$30++ event is for you!
<right>Maze Creation Station:
Sunday, May 5th – Nerf Night Students will learn
Prepare for a Nerf battle with your buddies as about the design process as they create their own mazes and then
well as skill stations. challenge their friends to solve them. As they get feedback about
$25++ what works and what needs to be redesigned, they’ll continue to
make their mazes more complex with traps, jumps and more!
Wednesday, May 15th – Movie Night <right> Awesome Robotics Adventures: Students will work in teams
$15++ to create interactive and mechanical models inspired by real life
robots. While learning about engineering concepts, sensors and
Sunday, June 9th – Messy Olympics programming, students will bring their creation to life, all while
Allowing you to do everything messy you can't having fun learning important social and technical skills.
do at home. Bring a towel and a change of $30 ++
clothes!!!
$25++ Wednesday, September 18th – Movie Night
$15++
Wednesday, June 19th – Beach Party with
Kidcreate Studio Sunday, September 29th – Glitter & Slime with Kidcreate Studio
Grab your sunglasses and your flip flops too! Glitter and slime are oh so fine! Come explore the
Come to class for a beach themed art party! messier side of art in this fun-filled class. We will
We’re going to the beach - sort of! Your young roll up our sleeves and make a mess as we mix
artist will create a bunch of art projects with an up a batch of glitter slime and create an oh-so-
ocean theme. silly jar to store it in. Making a mess is the best,
$30++ especially when you leave the mess with us!
$30 ++
Sunday, July 14th – Movie Night
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Sunday, October 13th – Glow in the Dark Movie Night Saturday, March 7th, 2020 – Jedi Academy & Movie Night
For tonight's movie we will accessorize with Join the Jedi camp and watch Star Wars!
glow sticks! $30++
$25++
Saturday, March 28th, 2020 – April Fool’s Fun
Sunday, October 27th – Snapology with Kidcreate Studio
Ready for more Legos? Snapology is back! We’ll get simply silly as we get ready to
<right> Brick Design: Pablo Picasso – Students will learn about how Pablo celebrate April Fool’s Day by creating some
Picasso changed the unbelievably hilarious craft pranks. Get ready
art world with his for a good time, this class is sure to tickle your
abstract portraits, and funny bone!
then they’ll use what $30 ++
they learned to create
their own abstract portrait using Lego bricks! JUNIOR CHEF SERIES
<right>Superstructures: In this program, the students will learn what
it takes to design and build structures such as houses, buildings, Ages 9-12
and bridges. They will learn the elements and techniques used by 5:00 - 6:15pm
architects to make these structures safe and strong. $20++ per class, Max of 10 participants per class
$30 ++

Sunday, November 9th – Movie Night Wednesday, April 3rd
$15++ Make and Bake Pizza & Salad – create your own pizzas,

Sunday, November 24th – Nerf Night Caesar salad boats, and a special dessert.
Prepare for a Nerf battle with your buddies as
well as skill stations. Wednesday, April 17th
$25++ Snack Time - create healthy and fun snacks for after school,

movie night or anytime.

Wednesday, January 15th, 2020 – Mad Science Wednesday, May 1st
We’ll explore the Science of Magic and some Cupcake Wars - make, bake, and
Fantastic Flyers in this two part science decorate. Junior chefs will test their
workshop presented by Mad Science of skills at creating the best decorated
Minnesota. cup cake (to be judged by fellow junior
$30++
chefs).

Saturday, January 25th , 2020 – Comedy/Improv Wednesday, February 5th, 2020
& Balloon Artistry Workshops with A Touch of Magic Rise and Shine, Let’s Brunch - learn fun
This evening will have two back to back interactive workshops
featuring Comedy & Improvisation skills as well as balloon artistry. breakfast ideas like homemade pop
$30 ++ tarts ( toasted pastries ), delicious home-made granola and yogurt

Saturday, February 8th, 2020 – Pajama Party & Movie Night parfaits , unicorn French toast and tasty bacon & egg cups.
It’s a Pajama Party! Wear your favorite PJs and bring a blanket or mat
to get extra comfy for this movie night. Wednesday, February 12th, 2020
$15++ Knife Skills & Southwest Classics - Junior chefs learn basic knife

skills and kitchen safety then utilize their skills on making a
southwest theme dinner. The evenings menu will feature fajitas,

nachos, and fresh guacamole.

Saturday, February 29th, 2020 – Nerf Night Wednesday, February 19th, 2020
Prepare for a Nerf battle with your buddies as Italian Night - Junior chefs will create simple yet tasty Italian
well as skills stations. classics, spaghetti with marinara, meatballs, chicken Parmesan,
$25++
baby caprese salad, cheese bread and a special dessert.

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Junior Tennis Programs

North Oaks Golf Club Professionals conduct the most exciting and fun junior programs in town.
All junior tennis programming begins the week of June 10th and ends August 16th.
Register online at www.NorthOaksGolfClub.com . All cancellations for the Junior Tennis Program must be made by April 30, 2019.

Lesson Programs Advanced Junior Program Tennis Professionals

Hitters (Ages 4-7) Summer Team Tennis & MATCH PLAY Bill Juberian, our Director of Tennis, has
Orange Ball been with the North Oaks Tennis Program
The advanced program is designed with the since it began 14 years ago. Here are a few of
Our pros will teach the importance of hand- serious player in mind. Participants will learn his credentials:
eye coordination and basic skills of tennis. strategy and point set up for singles and Former Head Teaching Professional at World
Learning to enjoy being on the tennis court doubles. They will also learn to play tough Tennis Club in Naples, FL.
is our main focus at this age! mental tennis and participate in match play. Former Senior Teaching Professional for 12
We will be playing in the Twin Cities Jr. Tennis years at White Bear Racquet and Swim
Tuesday and Thursday League on Fridays. Former Director of Summer Tennis Programs
3:00-3:45pm Price $290.00 at Dellwood Hills Golf Club, White Bear
Yacht Club, and St. Paul Tennis Club
Players (Ages 8-10) NOGC TEAM TENNIS (Ages 11-15)
Orange Ball & Green Dot Tuesday and Thursday - 12:30-2:00pm Bryan Biever, Head Tennis Professional, is
This group will review the basics in Friday Match Play- 1:00-2:30pm a 5.0 level player and has over 25 years of
technique. We will introduce live ball drills Price $375.00 teaching experience.
and point play. We will also cover tennis Choose 2 days to attend Tues., Thurs. or Fri.
scoring. You may switch these 2 days weekly. Weather updates
Tuesday and Thursday Status updates will be sent via the ForeTees
2:00-3:00pm Price $290.00 HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY & JV PLAYERS App. Please see page 35 for instructions on
(Ages 16-18) how to get the app. Please allow for push
Aces Tennis (Ages 11-15) No on-line registration available. notifications.
Green Dot & Yellow Ball Contact Tennis Professional Bryan Biever at
This group will offer basic instruction. We [email protected] for more info.
will introduce live ball drills, match play,
and fun.
Monday and Wednesday
12:30-1:30pm Price $290.00

Visit www.NorthOaksGolfClub.com to register online.

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Men's & Women's Tennis Programs

All clinics start the first week of June and run through September.
Clinics will consist of stroke technique, footwork and competitive games!
The cost for each clinic is $25 with a minimum of four players. Sign-up via the app or online at www.NorthOaksGolfClub.com

WEEKLY CLINICS SPECIAL CLINICS

Men’s Tennis Clinic MSAITXUERDDTAEYNMNIOSRDNRIINLLG RISE AND SHINE

Monday 6:00-7:30pm Once a month we will offer a tennis drill for men and women
who want to start their weekend off with some fun tennis
A fun drill for all tennis levels. The focus is on getting a great activity. All adults at any skill level welcome! Stay tuned for
cardio workout while playing competitive tennis games. dates and times.
Finish the evening with some social time and a beverage with
the group!

Women’s Tennis Clinic GET IN The GAME OF TENNIS Clinic

Tuesday 6:00-7:30pm This is a clinic for new players to the game and players that
have taken a break from the game of tennis. We will cover
Similar to the Men's Tennis Clinic, this is a fun drill for all basic fundamentals, court positioning, all while keeping
tennis levels. The focus is on getting a great cardio workout instruction fun! This clinics will be offered in the spring. Stay
while playing competitive tennis games. Finish the evening tuned for dates and times.
with some social time and a beverage with the group!

Women’s Advanced Clinic Private Lessons

Wednesday 9:30-11:00am Schedule a private lesson or group lesson.

This drill emphasizes court positioning, strategy, and correct Bill Juberian
shot selection. It requires high energy and good court
movement skills. Director of Tennis

Women’s Intermediate Clinic [email protected]
651.307.1351
Friday 9:30-11:00am
Get some great exercise while learning tennis stroke Bryan Biever
techniques and playing fun tennis games.
Head Tennis Professional
MIXED TENNIS DRILL [email protected]
651.592.6258

Thursdays 6:00-7:30pm Lesson Rates:
This semi-monthly drill is for men, women, and couples. Private - $70 per hour with Bill or Bryan
The drill will consist of fun competitive games and a great Semi-Private - $40 per person
workout. Don't forget social hour after the drill!

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Golf Instruction

Thursday Ladies clinic i

This will be a clinic for the less experienced players. We are trying to encourage
those ladies that are working, raising a young family, or just thought golf
was a silly game their grandfather played to get more involved. Come on
out and enjoy meeting a few new faces. There will be plenty of wine and the
instruction will be fun and simple. Our goal is not to make an LPGA golfer, but
to get our members together for some laughs and to help you get ready to
tackle the course.

There will be no make-up sessions. If you cannot attend, please show up 10
minutes early to the following session for a recap. The last night will include
appetizers and drinks after golf.

Space will be limited to the first 30 golf or social members to sign up. This
Clinic has been immensely popular, so be sure to sign up early.

$200 per member

5:30-6:30pm

May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; June 6, 13

THURSDAY LADIES CLINIC II

This is going to be an accelerated version of the first clinic. There will certainly
be wine, but the instruction will be more personalized and we will be
spending more time on the golf course. We will also spend more time with
on course topics such as: what set of tees to play, how to rake a bunker, club
selection, etiquette, etc. We will also be utilizing video analysis to help you
improve your golf swing.

There will be no make-up sessions. If you cannot attend, please show up 10
minutes early to the following session for a recap. The last night will include
appetizers and drinks after golf.

Space will be limited to the first 24 golf or social members to sign up.

$150 per member

5:30-6:30pm

August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

THURSDAY SOCIAL MEMBER CLINICS

This program is open to current social members at NOGC. This clinic is
designed for our social members that would like to be a little more involved
in golf. We will have instruction for men, women, and children of all ages. The
instruction will focus on the fundamentals but will be tailored to the needs
of each student. This year we will be spending more time with students on
our beautiful golf course. This program is included in the Spring Trial Golf
Membership for Social members. For more information on the Trial Golf
Membership, contact Kay Zeigler at 651.484.9627.

$175 per Family

6:45-7:45pm

Dates: May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; June 6

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