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Published by WSD, 2021-05-13 08:12:23

Waterford Leisure & Education Opportunities

Summer 2021 Edition

Summer Waterford

2021 LEISURE & EDUCATION
OPPORTUNITIES

WATERFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT

WATERFORD COMMUNITY EDUCATION
WATERFORD SENIOR CENTER • WATERFORD LIBRARY

WATERFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENROLL TODAY!

The Waterford School District is currently
enrolling students for the 2021-2022 school
year. Learn more about our schools and all
the exciting opportunities that await your
child. Visiting our website www.wsdmi.org.

START THE REGISTRATION PROCESS TODAY. CONTACT THE
ENROLLMENT OFFICE AT(248) 681-2076 OR [email protected]

WWW.WSDMI.ORG

Welcome to the

WATERFORD LEISURE AND
EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

BROCHURE

for Summer 2021!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMUNITY EDUCATION.... 6-11 POOL AND FITNESS......14-22 Summer Ball Leagues........ 43
LOCATIONS & MAP.....24-25 Fall Soccer........................ 43
Message to the Community... 5 SENIOR CENTER.........33-34 Youth Enrichment
Creative Art....................... 44
Athletics PARKS AND RECREATION Little Chefs........................ 44
Advanced Basketball........... 6 Registration ..............36-37
Creative Arts Adult Fitness
The Power of Drawing......... 6 Day Camps Cardio Drumming............... 44
Little Farmers Camp........... 38 Movement by Mari Ann...... 44
Summer of STEAM Farm Camp....................... 38 Gentle Moves Yoga............. 44
Camps..........................6-8 Nature Escapades.............. 39 Dance Fit........................... 45
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp... 39 Family Yoga....................... 45
STEAM Wednesdays......8-9 NASA Innovators Camp...... 39 Yoga with Ease.................. 45
Creative Arts International Soccer Camp.. 40 Chair Yoga......................... 45
Finish Your Watercolor
Parent/Child Adult Sports
Paintings........................... 9 Tumbling Toddlers.............. 40 Fall Softball....................... 45
The Power of Drawing......... 9 Mother/Daughter Hip Hop... 40
Enrichment Special Events
Camp WSD....................... 10 Youth Dance & Fitness Big Wheels........................ 46
Puppy & Dog Training ....... 10 Beginning Ballet................. 41 Harvest Happening............. 46
Virtual Crime Prevention Twinkle Toes...................... 41 Funtober........................... 46
Tumbling & Gymnastics...... 41 Block Party........................ 47
and Response................ 10 Martial Arts........................ 41 Flash’s Friendship Club...... 47
Certified Babysitter Safety/ Concerts in the Park........... 48
Youth Sports
Safe Home Alone........... 10 Tiny Hawks Baseball.......... 42 Lifelong Recreation........ 49
Pet Sitter Safety................ 11 Volleyball .......................... 42
Virtual Self-Defense for Junior Kickers.................... 42 Rental Facilities.............. 50
Super Saturday Soccer....... 42
Children........................ 11 LIBRARY.....................28-32
Virtual Self-Defense for Men,
Women, Teens.................. 11

Registration Information... 12

Registration Form........... 13

Waterford Leisure & Education Opportunities
May 2021 • Volume 14, Issue 3 • Published in March, May, August, and December

Published by Waterford School District
501 N. Cass Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48328-2307

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Community Bulletin Board

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Message to the Community

T This summer, we are so excited to be bringing back some of our favorite in-person Waterford School District
community education classes! Add to your summer fun by enrolling in one or more of
our summer camps or enrichment programs. There is something for everyone!

We are offering a variety of classes for both children and adults, such as our Summer S.T.E.A.M
camps, dog training classes, swim classes, and much more! Our goal is to provide opportunities
that best meet the needs of our community. Therefore, classes will be offered both in-person
and virtual to accommodate different comfort levels this season. To access information about
current classes and programs, visit www.wsdmi.org/learn. You can browse available classes or
be the first in line to register!

For those interested in group fitness, the studio schedule is presently on hold. The list of classes
in this brochure reflects what will be offered when CDC and health department guidelines allow
us to gather again in the studio. You can learn more at www.wsdmi.org/pfc.

Many of the classes offered this season will be held in our beautiful facilities. Thanks to our
community members, the bond proposal passed last summer. We are excited to kick off the
many renovations that will take place over the break, including the first steps in constructing the
brand new early childhood center! We are so grateful to serve a community that invests in our
schools and children.

We are always interested in offering more opportunities for our community members. If you
have a hobby or passion that you would like to share and become an instructor, please email
us at [email protected] We look forward to seeing you in our classrooms, gymnasiums, pools,
and fields this summer!

Kelly Allen, Director
Communications and Community Relations

WATERFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT COMMUNITY EDUCATION SERVICES

ADMINISTRATION
Scott A. Lindberg, superintendent

Kelly Allen, director communications and community relations

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

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS

John Himmelspach Julie Josselyn Robert Petrusha, Jr. Bob Piggott

Michael Ristich, Ph.D. Joan Sutherland Kristen Wagner

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Community Education

This summer we are excited
to offer IN PERSON community

education classes!

Community Education Athletics Summer of

ADVANCED BASKETBALL SESSIONS CAMPS
Boys and Girls Grades 3 – 12
Instructor: Dave Smith, PlayAllBasketball *CAMP SCIENTIFIC
PlayAllBasketball coaches teach advanced basketball Grades: Incoming 1st – 3rd graders
concepts during structured league and open gym Instructor: Rebecca Briggs and Suzy Crawford
sessions. Participants will improve shooting, drib- The world of science and innovation will collide as
bling, passing, rebounding, and techniques in offense campers learn about marvelous machines that make
and defense. PlayAllBasketball coaches emphasize work easier. Campers will build and design bridges
teamwork, respect, discipline, and responsibility. working through balance and motion to become civil
Sessions are ongoing. engineers. Camp will include lunch.
Visit www.playallbasketball.net for current times 3154.001 June 14 - 18 9:00am – 1:00pm
and locations. Some sessions require jerseys. $75 Riverside
8-week sessions $95 plus jersey *ART EXPLORATION
4-week sessions $45 plus jersey Grades: Incoming 4th – 6th graders
Instructor: Sara Banas and Lynn Quetell
We will dive deep into painting techniques, collage
and different types of printmaking. Spend the week
growing your creativity and knowledge in the visual
arts! Camp will include lunch.
3154.002 June 14 - 18 9:00am – 4:00pm
$115 Riverside

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Community Education

*GOOGLE CS FIRST – STORYTELLING * GOOGLE CS FIRST: ART Community Education
Grades: Incoming 3rd – 6th graders Grades: Incoming 3rd - 8th graders
Instructor: Heather Wichtman Instructor: Jessica Johnson
Create. Code. Tell stories. Create and share digital Art. Design. Coding. Create digital works of art! Use
stories! Use the computer to design your own stories, the computer to design your own animations, create
create and share your own animations, and learn a paint editor tool and learn how technology is used
how technology is used in the film and media industry. in the art world. No previous coding experience is
No previous coding experience is necessary. necessary.
3154.003 June 14 - 18 9:00am–12:00pm 3154.007 June 28 - July 2 12:30pm–3:30pm
$50 Riverside $50 Riverside
*PICASSO PIZZAZZ *GOOGLE CS FIRST: GAME DESIGN
Grades: Incoming 4th – 9th graders AND SPORTS
Instructor: Dawn Anders Grades: Incoming 4th- 9th graders
Awake your inner artist! By sketching, drawing, and Instructor: Heather Wichtman
painting, we will learn some basic techniques that Code. Play. Game. Create video games! Design and
artists use. In addition, we will learn about artists program video games using code and computer
from the past and try some of their styles/techniques. science. Learn important gaming concepts while
If you love to create pictures or paintings, this is the building racing games, mazes, and other fun games.
camp for you! Teamwork. Athletics. Coding. Use computer science
3154.004 June 14 - 18 9:00am–12:00pm to simulate extreme sports, make your own fitness
$65 Riverside gadget commercial and create commentary for a big
*CAMP SCIENTIFIC sporting event. Previous coding experience is helpful.
Grades: Incoming 4th – 6th graders 3154.008 July 12 - 16 9:00am–12:00pm
Instructor: Rebecca Briggs and Suzy Crawford $50 Riverside
The world of science and innovation will collide as *ROBOT BOOT CAMP
campers learn about density, floating, and sinking Grades: Incoming 3rd- 5th graders
through designing their own submersibles. Instructor: Spencer Peat and Sarah Yates
Campers will explore the world of mechanical Participants will learn the basics of robot development
engineering through the design of windmills to create by working collaboratively in small teams throughout
renewable energy. Camp will include lunch. the week. They will learn programming and mechan-
3154.005 June 21 - 25 9:00am – 3:00pm ical modification. By the end of the course, students
$115 Riverside will be able to complete a final challenge using the
*GOOGLE CS FIRST: MUSIC & SOUND skills learned throughout the time at camp.
Grades: Incoming 3rd- 8th graders 3154.009 July 12 - 16 9:00am-12:00pm
Instructor: Jessica Johnson $65 Riverside
Make. Code. Music. Create digital music and sounds!
Use the computer to design your own music, create * Sign up for multiple children’s
your own instruments and music videos, and learn enrichment camps
how technology is used in the music industry! No pre-
vious coding experience is necessary. (those with an asterisk)
3154.006 June 28-July 2 9:00am–12:00pm or multiple children and receive a
$50 Riverside 10% discount with code:

Camp21Multi

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Community Education

*ROBOT BOOT CAMP WEDNESDAYS
Grades: Incoming 6th - 8th graders
Community Education Instructor: Spencer Peat and Sarah Yates GUEST AUTHOR AND BOOK SIGNING
Participants will learn the basics of robot development WITH REBECCA MATTHEWS
by working collaboratively in small teams throughout Grades: Incoming Kindergarten -
the week. They will learn programming and mechan- 6th graders
ical modification. By the end of the course, students Instructor: Rebecca Matthews
will be able to complete a final challenge using the Rebecca Matthews, our very own WSD elementary
skills learned throughout the time at camp. teacher, will be here for a visit with her book, Bob-
3154.010 July 12 - 16 12:30pm–3:30pm by and the Flies. She will be sharing her experience
$65 Riverside through her writing journey, reading her story to us
* DECONSTRUCT MAKE CREATE and signing copies of the book for each registered
Grades: Incoming 3rd - 6th graders participant. Parents are welcome to stay and enjoy
Instructor: Kellie Determan and Cory Wholehan this author’s visit with their child(ren).
3 days of F-U-N to think like a designer and create
something new! Deconstruct – Take things apart, 3154.013 June 23 10:00am-10:45am
explore their insides, and how they work! Innovate $11 Riverside
– How can you make this thing better, cooler, more
fun? Create – Remake the thing to be a new creation OWLS FROM THE INSIDE OUT WITH ANN
of your own! ARBOR HANDS ON MUSEUM
3154.011 July 12 - 14 9:00am-12:00pm Grades: Incoming 2nd – 8th graders
$50 Riverside Instructor: Ann Arbor Hands on Museum
*STEAM VIRTUAL CAMP Meet live owls up close as we discover the behaviors
Grades: Incoming 4th - 6th graders of these silent predators of the night. We’ll demon-
Instructor: Hannah Brokaw strate the survival techniques of these mysterious
Each day, campers will be given a challenge. We will creatures, demonstrate how to dissect an owl pellet
brainstorm ideas together, then using the supplies and explore how owls can successfully navigate in
given they will build/create something for the task. the dark. Parents are welcome to stay and experience
This may include activities like making a marble this workshop with their child(ren).
maze, popsicle stick catapults, paper chain chal-
lenge, or pool noodle boats. Since this will be done 3154.014 July 14 9:30am-10:30am
virtually, campers will pick up a bag of supplies the $10 Riverside
week before camp. Information about this pickup
will be shared with registered campers prior to the
beginning of camp.
3154.012 August 2 - 6 12:30pm-2:00pm
$40 Virtual

* Sign up for multiple children’s
enrichment camps

(those with an asterisk)
or multiple children and receive a
10% discount with code:

Camp21Multi

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Community Education

EGG DROP SOUP WITH ANN ARBOR Creative Arts
HANDS ON MUSEUM
Grades: Incoming 3rd - 8th graders FINISH YOUR WATERCOLOR PAINTINGS
Instructor: Ann Arbor Hands On Museum WORKSHOP Age 16+
Join us in this classic egg drop experiment! Instructor: Cecilia Proulx Phipps
Participants will design, build and take out their If you have a stack of unfinished paintings, this is the
creations to protect their egg from damage in a freef- time to roll up your sleeves and finish them. This is an
all. Parents are welcome to stay and experience this ideal class for those looking for a time and place to
workshop with their child(ren). explore their creativity with guidance. Masks will be
required throughout the duration of this class. Please
3154.015 July 14 11:00am-12:00pm bring all of your watercolor supplies.
$10 Riverside 3115.001 Thur 7/8 6:00-8:30pm
5 sessions $50 Crary Campus
ALEXANDRIA’S NATURE BUS WITH THE POWER OF DRAWING! IN PERSON Community Education
HOWELL NATURE CENTER (JUNE) Ages 6-12
Grades: Incoming 3rd - 7th graders Instructor: Young Rembrandts
Instructor: Howell Nature Center Learning to see and create images is critical to a
Come join in a two hour program featuring a child’s development. By teaching the fundamentals
mobile nature center full of hands-on activities about of drawing using familiar shapes and subjects, stu-
the adaptations of native Michigan wildlife, fun group dents experience increased confidence, improved
games to demonstrate ecological concepts and a live coordination and spatial awareness, all while having
animal presentation! Meet the creatures that come tons of FUN! No lesson is ever repeated!
out at night! Meet owls and mammals to learn about Young Rembrandts drawing classes are heating up
their adaptations for living in the dark. Parents are this Summer! Join us and learn a variety of REAL art
welcome to stay and experience this workshop with tricks and techniques that will take any artist to the
their child(ren). next level! Obsessed with all things summer? This
month we’ll be drawing iconic summer activities like
3154.016 August 4 10:00a-12:00pm sailing and fishing as well as beautiful images of sea-
$15 Riverside shells and lighthouses. Each lesson teaches different
art techniques, but all lessons are a ton of summer
fun! Come draw with us! Register today!
3112.001 Mon 6/14 4:30-5:30pm
4 sessions $60 Crary Campus
THE POWER OF DRAWING! IN PERSON
(JULY) Ages 6-10
Instructor: Young Rembrandts
Young Rembrandts drawing classes are heating up
this Summer! Join us and learn a variety of REAL
art tricks and techniques that will take any artist to
the next level! This month of lessons is OUT OF THIS
WORLD. Join our artists as we explore a new world
– aliens! We’ll be learning ways to create different
types of alien landscapes, characters and celebrate
the cute characters of George Lucas. Register today!
3112.002 Mon 7/12 4:30-5:30pm
4 sessions $60 Crary Campus

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Community Education

Enrichment VIRTUAL CRIME PREVENTION AND
RESPONSE Ages 9 +
CAMP WSD Instructor: Live Safe Academy, LLC
Grades: Incoming 1st - 5th graders Learn from the comfort and convenience of your own
Instructor: WSD Staff Member home information that can protect you, your loved
Camp WSD is a summer learning opportunity created ones, and your property. This presentation breaks
to support students entering 1st-5th grade in the fall. down crime in an easy to understand format, then
Honoring the knowledge, skills and abilities that all empowers participants with realistic, proven strate-
students bring to learning, this summer’s program gies to reduce risk and respond effectively. Partici-
will engage students in science, reading, writing and pants will learn how to protect their safety and the
math in new and exciting ways! safety of their friends, family and co-workers. Topics
include personal safety and safety in your home and
3154.017 Mon-Thurs July 19-August 12 vehicle. Our staff includes law enforcement officers,
8:30am - 12:30pm Free Riverside military personal with combat experience, and more.
When it comes to crime and personal safety, we have
the professional experience that save lives.

Community Education PUPPY TRAINING WITH TOTAL DOG 3114.003 07/18/21 Sun 1 sessions
Dogs: Up to 6 months old 7:00-9:00pm $25 Virtual Zoom Call
Owners: Ages 15+ with parent
Instructor: Julie Bennett CERTIFIED BABYSITTER SAFETY/SAFE
Does your puppy leave you frazzled and frustrated? HOME ALONE Ages 9 +
Let’s get that fixed! Join this comprehensive class Instructor: Live Safe Academy, LLC
to give your puppy socialization, manners, and basic Learn to be safe and responsible. Build confidence.
obedience. Chewing, jumping, and more! With 30 Have a competitive edge over other babysitters. One-
years of experience, Julie Bennett is Michigan’s only day class. Topics include: First aid, when and how to
trainer to have worked with Cesar Milan, The Dog call 911, CPR with manikin practice, choking, deal-
Whisperer several times. Proof of rabies vaccination ing with difficult behaviors, basic care methods like
for puppy 6 months old required. FIRST NIGHT ONLY feeding and diapering, marketing and much more!
MEET WITH NO DOGS. Students who successfully complete the course re-
quirements are certified in Babysitter Safety, CPR
3114.001 Wed 6/16 –7/28 6:30-7:20pm and First Aid. Students will also learn how to be safe
7 sessions $170 Crary Campus and responsible when home alone, including what
to do if somebody comes to the door and the impor-
DOG TRAINING WITH TOTAL DOG tance of not giving out personal information. Parents,
Dogs: 6 months and older students need a lunch, snacks and a cell phone (if
Owners: Ages 15+ with parent they own one).
Instructor: Julie Bennett
Does your dog pull on the leash, jump on people and 4114.004 06/13/21 Sun 1 session
not come when called? Let’s change all of that! Great 5:00-8:00pm $40 Virtual Zoom Call
manners, basic obedience and so much more in this 3114.004 07/11/21 Sun 1 session
fun and informative class. Julie Bennett has 30 years 5:00-8:00pm $40 Virtual Zoom Call
of experience and has worked with Cesar Millan, 3114.005 08/14/21 Sun 1 session
The Dog Whisperer several times. Proof of rabies 9am-3pm $60 Crary Campus
vaccination for puppy or dog 6 months old or older
required. FIRST NIGHT ONLY MEET WITH NO DOGS.

3114.002 Wed 6/16 –7/28 7:30 - 8:20pm
7 sessions $170 Crary Campus

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PET SITTER SAFETY VIRTUAL SELF-DEFENSE FOR MEN,
Ages 9+ WOMEN, AND TEENS
Instructor: Live Safe Academy, LLC Ages 12+ Participants under 18 must
Kids, would you like to learn pet first aid and be a take the class with a registered adult
certified pet sitter? Increase your competitive edge Instructor: Live Safe Academy, LLC
by being more valuable to families with pets and Can you defend yourself against a violent attack? Do
kids. Learn to care for pets in your own family. Have you have the knowledge, skill and confidence to de-
fun and help keep animals safe. fend your family? Learn simple, lifesaving skills from
This is an add on class for students who participate the comfort and convenience of your own home. You
in the Certified Babysitter/CPR/First Aid course on don’t have to spend years training an expensive pro-
the same day (students of a previous Live Safe Acad- gram. In this live, virtual class you will learn simple
emy Certified Babysitter/CPR/First Aid course can skills that are easy to remember that have a proven
become a certified pet sitter by taking a live virtual track record of saving lives. And because it’s a live
class). This program will begin after the babysitter program, you will be able to interact with the instruc-
safety class ends. Class should be concluded by 3 tor and ask questions. This class is an investment in
PM to 4 PM, depending on when the babysitter safe- your safety and the safety of your family
ty course is completed. Stuffed animal with realistic
features to practice skills and extra snacks are op- 3114.008 07/25/21 Sun 1 session Community Education
tional, but not required. 7:00-9:00pm $30 Virtual Zoom Call

3114.006 08/14/21 Sun 1 session
3:00-4:00pm $15 Crary Campus

VIRTUAL SELF-DEFENSE FOR CHILDREN
Ages 6-11
Instructor: Live Safe Academy, LLC
If someone wants to hurt our children, they won’t
choose a time or a place with witnesses. That means
no parents, no teachers, no policemen, just our chil-
dren and the predator. The safety of our children
will depend on their ability to recognize a threat and
respond effectively. This fun, interactive and age ap-
propriate live virtual class teaches essential, lifesav-
ing information about the threats facing our children,
strategies for prevention and real-world self-defense
techniques that can be learned from home. But most
of all, these programs teach students that they have
the right to be safe, that no one has the right to hurt
them and that their life is worth protecting.

3114.007 07/25/21 Sun 1 session
6:00-7:00pm $15 Virtual Zoom Call

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Community Education Community EducationCOMMUNITY EDUCATION and
POOL & FITNESS REGISTRATION
FOR CLASSES ON PAGES 6-22 ONLY

HOW TO REGISTER:
· Online at www.wsdmi.org/learn (see below)
· In person at the Pool & Fitness Centers or at Crary Campus.
· By mail: Send the registration form located on page 13 to 501 N. Cass Lake Road,Waterford, MI.
· By fax: 248.706.4888
We accept cash, check, money order, American Express, Visa and MasterCard. Checks should
be made payable to Waterford School District. Returned checks will be subject to a $25 admin-
istrative charge by our office. We offer a 10% discount on certain classes for adults who are
age 60 or older.
POOL & FITNESS CENTER CLASSES
Mott 248.674.6360
Registration will be during normal business hours at the Pool & Fitness Centers
M-F 5:30 am-8:00 pm, Sat. 7:00 am-3:00 pm, Sun.9:00 am-3:00 pm and
Crary Campus registration hours listed below.
COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES
248.682.7800
Crary Campus will accept registrations
Beginning May 12, 2021 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Refunds: Refunds must be requested in writing at least 10 days prior to the first day of
class for the full amount to be refunded to the participant.
If the request is less than 10 days before the class, a $10 service fee will be deducted
and the remainder credited to the participants Community Education account. The credit
can be used for future classes offered through Waterford Community Education.
If the request is received after the first day of class but prior to the second day of class,
the refund will be prorated and credited to the participant’s Community Education account
and subject to a $10 administrative fee. Refunds will not be issued after the second class.
A full refund will be issued if a class or program is cancelled by Waterford Community
Education.

SEE MAP ON PAGES 24-25

ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE!

Go to www.wsdmi.org/learn click on the interactive website link
“Review & Register for classes.” Sign in or create an account, then browse
activities and “shop” like other online buying sites! Follow instructions online to

complete the transition. You may also use this website to view your
family’s activity schedule once you are registered!

www.wsdmi.org/learn

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Please see our website to check
the status of classes, or email [email protected]

Waterford

POOL & FITNESS CENTERS

Building healthy minds and bodies through healthy habits

The Waterford Pool & Fitness Centers are your family’s community wellness facilities. It’s never too late to begin
the journey to better health. We are here to help you achieve your healthy lifestyle goals through education,
motivation and support.

The Waterford Fitness Studio offers group exercise classes to keep you moving toward your fitness goals. It’s
conveniently located within the Covert Center across from Mott High School at 1151 Scott Lake Road. Check
out page 14 for more information!

Your membership will begin with a health assessment and body composition analysis. You will receive a custom-
ized program to get you started, based on your needs, goals, and interests. Your program may include nutrition
counseling, exercise machine orientation, ongoing motivation and support to keep you on track.
For more information, contact Katy Miller, Fitness & Lifestyle Coordinator, at 248-674-5961

Covid-19 Gym/Pool protocols:
• Contact-less health check-in is required upon entry.
• Contact-less health check-in survey can be done by a QR code scanning on your phone, via our

website or with an attendant at the front desk. Must be done daily
• A mask must be worn while in the facility at all times, including lobby, fitness center, locker rooms

and the pool deck except in the pool.
• Please wipe down equipment before and after use.
• At this time, we are asking you to limit time in the locker rooms to changing, shower at home.
• Family locker rooms for family use only.
• Drinking fountains are closed. Bring your own water.
• Diving boards are closed.
• Policies, hours and programming subject to change.

Free to low-cost membership options
The Waterford Pool & Fitness Centers is now offering older adults a way to increase their levels of physical
activity while motivating them to remain active. We are partnered with multiple companies that work through
your insurance company. We are currently partnered with Silver Sneakers, Renew Active, Silver and Fit and Peer
Fit. These programs allow our guests to purchase a membership for FREE or at a low cost. These memberships
allow access to the fitness center, our pools, and any adult fitness class. Contact your insurance company to see
if you are eligible today. Have further questions? Please contact our Service Desk Coordinator Morgan Ratliff at
248-674-6360 or [email protected]

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PFCAmenities

Due to Covid-19 masks must be worn in the fitness center.
Fitness Center
A fitness center at the Mott Campus overlooks the pool and exterior athletic areas. The Center includes resis-
tance machines and free weights, cardio equipment including treadmills, upright and recumbent bikes, ellipti-
cals. All users are expected to wipe down machines after use with the cleansing wipes provided.

Locker Rooms
Due to Covid-19 please limit time in the locker rooms. Masks must be worn in the
locker rooms.
Male and female locker rooms are located at each facility, as well as a family locker room for families with
children of the opposite sex needing supervision. At this time, we are asking you to limit time in the locker
rooms to changing, shower at home.

Indoor track Closed at this time due to Covid-19
Our indoor track is 1/10 of a mile and is located near the Mott Pool and Fitness Centers. The walking track is
free for everyone; we just ask that you sign in at the front desk. The newly renovated outdoor track is 1/4 of a
mile and is available for our patrons at the Mott Campus as well.

Pools
Due to Covid-19 masks must be worn on the pool deck until you enter the pool.
The Center houses a warm water instructional pool with a handicapped accessible ramp. Average temperature
of the instructional pool is 84-87 degrees. Depths range from 3ft to 4.5ft. The Centers also includes an eight
lane, 25-yard x 25 meter competitive pool for lap swimming or diving. Average temperature is 80-82 degrees.
Depths range from 4ft to 14ft. We have elevated seating for 400 spectators located on two sides of the compe-
tition pool. In compliance with ADA recommendations, a handicapped lift is available upon request.

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Schedules

Schedules are available at the Mott Pool & Fitness location for open swim, lap swim and track use.
These schedules are subject to change without advanced notice.

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

Community Education POOL & FITNESS CENTER WATERFORD FITNESS STUDIO HOURS
MOTT Open 15 minutes before &
Mon-Fri* 5:30am-8pm after scheduled classes
Sat 7am-3pm
Pool opens at 11am
Sun 9am-3pm

*The Mott Pools are closed M-F from 12:30-6:30pm, the Mott Fitness Center remains open.
*Hours are occasionally subject to change. You may contact the service desk at 248-674-6360 or email us at
[email protected] ahead of your arrival for updated information.

Holiday Hours

Facilities are open normal hours unless listed below:
Memorial Day: Sunday May 30th Monday May 31th
Independence Day: July 4th
Labor Day: Sunday September 5th Monday September 6th

Personal Training
Why use a personal trainer? Our certified personal trainers will help you reach your goals faster. With a
program customized just for your needs, you will get the most out of every workout. They provide guidance
on proper form to prevent injuries and the motivation to succeed. Our trainers will perform body composition
assessments, personalized nutrition coaching, and help you push through any plateaus.
For personalized individual or small group quotes call Katy Miller at 248-674-5961.

Important Pool Area Rules
All patrons of the Waterford Pool and Fitness Centers are subject to following facility rules and etiquette for safety
purposes. Facility rules can be viewed at www.wsdmi.org/pfc

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Due to COVID-19, the fitness studio is currently CLOSED. The list of
classes below reflects what will be offered when the CDC and health
department guidelines allow us to gather again in the studio. For up-to-date
information regarding our re-opening, please visit www.wsdmi.org/pfc,
or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/WaterfordPFC. When we
are able to re-open the fitness studio, you can stop by the Mott campus
at 1151 Scott Lake Road, Waterford, 48328 during our open business
hours, or call us at 248-674-6360 for information regarding classes
listed below. All fitness classes are free of charge for Pool & Fitness
Center members.

BARRE
Classes focus on postural strength and alignment, along with a series of upper body exercises using light
weights. Using the ballet barre, you will sculpt your lower body and abs, increasing your flexibility. This is fol-
lowed by mat work focusing on the core.

CARDIO COMBO
This is a multi-functional fitness class that incorporates both weights and aerobic exercise. This class is a higher
intensity, although we do encourage all levels of fitness. Bring water to class. Moderate to High Intensity

FIT & FABULOUS
This class will increase strength, balance, improve bone density and flexibility, and quicken your reaction time.
Class is designed in two segments using chairs, hand weights, bands, followed by a segment of movement to
improve cardio. Welcoming to the beginner and excellent for the active adult.

FIT & FABULOUS level 2
This class will increase strength, balance, improve bone density and flexibility, and quicken your reaction time.
We eliminate the chair taking this class up to a little higher level using hand weights, bands, followed by a
segment of movement to improve cardio. This class does not go to the floor. Welcoming to the beginner and
excellent for the active adult.

FITNESS FUSION
Energizing total body, non-impact strength workout using weights, bands, and exercise ball. All levels of fitness
welcome. Bring a mat and water to class.

KICK START CARDIO
A great workout for anyone interested in improving their fitness and stamina. This action-packed low-impact
workout combines a series of punching and kicking combinations with weight strengthening exercises that will
improve strength, muscle tone and endurance. You will have fun, reduce stress and get an awesome workout.
All levels of fitness welcome!

EveryBODY FITNESS
Welcoming anyone and everyone at any level of fitness to this fun non-impact total body 45 minute workout
using a chair, weights, bands or drumming to improve cardio and muscular strength. This class does not go
to the floor. A very supportive, non-intimidating class to improve self confidence in the exercise environment.

PILATES
Learn the basic fundamentals of Pilates. You will learn how to use breath and awareness of core muscles with
movement. Begin with basic exercises showing modifications with growth toward progressive movement. Per-
formed primarily on the floor. Bring a mat and water.

GENTLE YOGA
Lean basic yoga poses, flows, and how to link breath to movement in this beginner class. This gentle class
suitable for all levels and a perfect way to start your day.

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YOGA
This is a perfect way to end your hectic day. This gentle yoga class is geared for seniors, however all age groups
are welcomed. The class will explore basic yoga postures with a special emphasis on stress reduction and
breathe control. This class is ideal for individuals new to yoga or seeking relief from stress.
ZUMBA
This Latin inspired international dance fitness class is designed to boost your cardio, conditioning, balance, and
flexibility. It’s exercise in disguise and while you are at it, meet new friends!
If you are concerned about limitations or your ability to perform in the class, arrive a little early so you
can discuss this with the instructor.

Adult WATER FITNESS

Community Education All Water Fitness classes are free of charge for Pool and Fitness Center members. Please call the service desk
at 248-674-6360 for updated information. Stay tuned for starting dates.
For schedules of classes, please visit our website at www.wsdmi.org/pfc, view our Facebook page at
www.facebook.com/WaterfordPFC/, stop by the Mott Campus at 1151 Scott Lake Road, Waterford, 48328
during our open hours, or call us at (248) 674-6360.

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION AQUATIC PROGRAM® Instructional Pool Age 18+
Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program is an entry level class great for those who are severely affected by their joint pain.
It is our most gentle class and is perfect for those just recovering from injury/surgery. This evidence-based class will
decrease pain, increase flexibility, and ease the stress of gravity on the joints. This is a no impact, low intensity class.

ARTHRITIS PLUS BY WaterART Instructional Pool Age 18+
Arthritis Plus by WaterART uses shallow water with a variety of modified working positions, and provides exer-
cises for cardiovascular improvement, muscular strength, endurance and mobility. We have added equipment
such as noodles to assist and progress basic exercises. This is a no impact, low to moderate intensity class.

AQUACISE Instructional Pool Age 18+
This class incorporates a variety of exercises to get you moving: cardio, strengthening, and stretching provides
a whole-body workout. Uses equipment such as noodles, and hand weights. LOW TO MODERATE INTENSITY

AQUABATA Instructional Pool Age 18+
Tabata is a HIIT Class (High Intensity Interval Training) of 20 seconds’ high intensity and 10 second active rest-
ing. This challenging cardio workout is good for a variety of fitness levels and exercises can be modified to suit
your abilities. This workout is designed to burn calories and increase endurance. HIGHER INTENSITY

DEEP WAVES Competitive Pool Age 18+
Powerful movements combine with no impact for a challenging but gentle workout. Excellent whole body work-
out will keep you moving the entire class. Equipment may include flotation belts, noodles, cuffs, and barbells. You
should be confident and comfortable working in deeper water (up to 14ft). MODERATE INTENSITY

AQUA FIT Competition and Instructional Pools Age 18+
A variety of different class formats will keep it fresh and fun! Classes will challenge you as you focus on cardio,
balance, endurance, power, and targeted muscle groups. A great way to try many different types of water
exercise at once! Will utilize various equipment. Tuesday classes are held in the instructional pool, Wednesday
classes often use the competitive (deeper) pool. MODERATE TO HIGHER INTENSITY.

If you are concerned about limitations or your ability to perform in the class, arrive a little early so you
can discuss this with the instructor.

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TRAINING &

Certification

WE NEED YOU!
The Waterford Pools are seeking qualified applicants for positions including lifeguards, service desk attendants, swim-
ming instructors, and lifeguard supervisors. Certifications provided at no-cost for active PFC employees. 50% reim-
bursement of class fees provided to candidates hired by the PFCs following successful completion of certification and
50 hours of scheduled work. For more information, go to http://www.waterford.k12.mi.us/pages/51211/employment

LIFEGUARD TRAINING- Blended Online Learning Course
This American Red Cross course provides professional training for individuals’ ages 15 years or older. Upon
successful completion, you receive a Lifeguard Training Certificate, which includes first aid, AED and CPR for
the Professional Rescuer. Participants are required to pass a water skills test the first class. Prerequisites are
treading water with no hands (2 min.), retrieval of a ten-pound brick from the bottom of the pool and completing
a non-stop 300-yard swim (12 lengths). Attendance is required at all classes. Participants will receive the
Red Cross registration information and link for the online orientation once the candidate has registered
for the course. Participants must read the necessary chapters in the lifeguarding manual and complete the Community Education
required lessons in the blended eLearning component. These must be completed before attending the in-per-
son sessions covering the same topics. Participants must bring a copy of their progress report to each class.
Go to http://www.redcross.org/participantmaterials and look under ‘Lifeguarding’ for textbook. Registration fee
includes Red Cross class fee. *Bring your own lunch and water bottles!

All classes are subject to change. Location Fee
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time
6039.001 Mon Aug. 22 9am-5pm KETT $240
Tues Aug. 28 9am-5pm KETT
Wed Aug. 29 9am-5pm KETT

LIFEGUARD INSTRUCTOR TRAINING
For currently certified lifeguards to become a lifeguard instructor. Participants will be required to pass a pre-req-
uisite swimming test, various skills including backboarding, rescues, escapes, CPR for the Professional Rescuer,
standard first aid skills. Participants are required to register with the Red Cross and complete an on-line learning
portion before the course. You will be emailed a link to the online portion of the course once registered with the

facility. Attendance is required at all 3 dates. *Bring your own lunch

All classes are subject to change. Location Fee
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time
6039.004 Mon Aug. 22 9am-5pm KETT $200
Tues Aug. 28 9am-5pm KETT
Wed Aug. 29 9am-5pm KETT

LIFEGUARD INSTRUCTOR/LIFEGUARD INSTRUCTOR TRAINER REVIEW
Participants of this class must be a current Red Cross lifeguarding instructor or a lifeguarding instructor trainer
seeking to renew their certification(s). After registering with the facility, you will receive a link to register with
the Red Cross (at no additional fee) and must complete the online portion of the course before coming to the
course. *For an additional fee of $75, candidates can opt to stay an extra 2 hours to renew their Lifeguarding

certificate. *Bring your own lunch

All classes are subject to change. Location Fee
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time
6039.005 Tues Aug 3 5-9 pm KETT $75
Thur Aug 5 5-9 pm
6039.006 Sun Aug 15 8a-4pm KETT $75

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Lifeguarding Basic-Level test for Lifeguarding instructors
This class is for those who are enrolled in the Lifeguard instructor/Lifeguard instructor trainer review classes

scheduled for August 3-5 or August 15. This is not a stand-alone class.
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time Location Fee
6039.007 Sun Aug 15 4-6 pm Kett $75

Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED: Blended Online Learning Course $85/person
This is an online Blended course. Participants will receive the Red Cross registration information and link for the online
orientation once the candidate has registered for the course.These must be completed before attending the in-person
session. The Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches students to
recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, head, neck,
back injuries, heat and cold emergencies and how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies to help victims of
any age - adults (about 12 years and older) and pediatric (infants and children up to 12 years of age). Students who
successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years.

All classes are subject to change.
Code Day (s) Date(s) Time Location Fee
6038.171 Sun June 20th 11:00am- 12:30 pm Kettering $85
Community Education 6038.071 Sun Aug 8th 12:00pm -1:30 pm Kettering $85
6038.072 Sun Aug 8th 2:30-4:00 pm Kettering $85

Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED: $85/person
The Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches students to recognize
and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, head, neck, back injuries,
heat and cold emergencies and how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies to help victims of any age -
adults (about 12 years and older) and pediatric (infants and children up to 12 years of age). Students who successfully
complete this course will receive a certificate for Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years.
Code Days Dates Time Location Fee
6038.061 Sun Aug 7th 9:00am-3:30 pm Kettering $85

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

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

Registration begins at 8:30am Time Location
Day (s) Date(s) 8:30am-5pm MOTT Fee
Sat Sept 11 8:30am-5pm MOTT See website
Sun Sept 12




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Youth AQUATICS

PRIVATE LESSONS
Private and semi-private customized swim lessons are available for those desiring a more personalized learning
experience or lessons outside of our group schedule times. Private lessons will be set up with an instructor.
Please call 248-674-6360 to ask for an instructor to contact you. Please leave both an email and your phone
number where you can be reached. Parents will be asked to enter the water with their young children for
levels Parent & Child, PA 1, 2, LTS 1, 2.

Code Lesson Location Member Non-member
1643.001 30 Minute Private MOTT $20 $25
1643.002 30 Minute Semi-Private
(2 students, same ability level) MOTT $30 $35
1633.001 30 Minute Private KETT $20 $25
1633.002 30 Minute Semi-Private
(2 students, same ability level) KETT $30 $35 Community Education

Due to Covid-19 there will be no swimming before or after class.
Please have your child in swimsuit upon arrival. Limit time in locker rooms.
For Parent-Child, Preschool Aquatics 1 and 2, and Learn to Swim 1 and 2 an adult is required to be in
the pool with their child.

PARENT-CHILD Ages 6 months-3 years
This class is designed to provide infants and toddlers, along with a parent or guardian, with a fun atmosphere in
which to become familiar with the water. The focus of the class will be learning swim basics (blowing bubbles,
reaching & pulling, kicking, etc.) while singing and playing games in the water! There will be an emphasis on
water safety. Registration starts 5/18/21 for members and 5/22/21for non-members

All classes are subject to change. Lessons Location Member Non-member
Code Day(s) Start Date Time 6 Kettering $45 $55
6033.002 Monday 6/14 5:00 pm 6 Kettering $45 $55
6033.003 Thursday 6/17 4:15 pm
No class 7/5

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PRESCHOOL AQUATICS: Levels: PA1, PA2, PA3 Ages 3-5 years
Adult required to be in water with child.
All classes are subject to change.
Children will learn to be comfortable with their faces in the water. Beginning water skills like blowing bubbles,
floating, submerging, kicking, reaching, pulling, treading water, jumping from the side and WATER SAFETY are
emphasized. Due to safety concerns around water, children should be at least three years old to take this class
so that they can follow directions and have an attention span that enables group learning. Some three-year olds
may be more comfortable in our parent/tot class. Registration starts 5/18/21 for members and 5/22/21 for
non-members

PA1/2
Adult required to be in water with child. All classes are subject to change.
Suitable for those not yet comfortable putting faces in water. This class is similar to the LTS1 level, but for
children younger than 6 years old.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
6033.009 Monday 6/14 4:15 pm 6 Kettering $45 $55
6033.010 Thursday 6/17 5:00 pm 6 Kettering $45 $55
Community Education No class 7/5

LEARN TO SWIM Ages 6-13 years
These classes are designed for children ages 6-13 that have a longer attention span and endurance levels than
preschoolers. The classes typically increase skill difficulty and require greater endurance as a child progresses
through the levels. Registration starts 5/18/21 for members and 5/22/21 for non-members
LTS1-Beginner
LTS2-Advanced Beginner
LTS3-Intermediate
LTS4-Stroke Development

LTS1/2 Ages 6 & up
Adult required to be in water with child. All classes are subject to change.
This is an introductory course for students who have difficulties putting their faces in the water, floating, picking their feet up
off the bottom. Students work on becoming more comfortable in the water, learn how to put their faces in and bob. Floating
on both the front and back are taught as are beginning reaching and pulling,floating on both the front and back,gliding,going
under water, and using forward locomotion. Rotary breathing, 20-25 feet of front crawl, starting the elementary backstroke
and beginning treading are taught for LTS2 students.There is a strong emphasis on SAFETY in and around the water.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
6033.030 Monday 6/14 5:45 pm 6 Kettering $45 $55
6033.031 Thursday 6/17 5:45 pm 6 Kettering $45 $55
No class 7/5

LTS3/4 Ages 7 & up
All classes are subject to change.
To ENTER LTS3 Intermediate, a student should be able to swim approximately 20-25 feet doing the front crawl,
roll over and float for 15 seconds, return to their front and swim to the starting point. They should know the arms
for the elementary backstroke, have some skill with rotary breathing. In this course the front crawl is improved.
The elementary backstroke and treading are taught and emphasized and must be mastered to pass. 2 basic
dives are taught. Endurance skills are begun at this level. Water safety will be emphasized. LTS 4 students begin
learning/improving the back crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly, gain experience diving, learn different
surface dives.
Code Day(s) Start Date Time Lessons Location Member Non-member
6033.044 Monday 6/14 6:45 6 Kettering $45 $55
6033.045 Thursday 6/17 6:45 6 Kettering $45 $55
No class 7/5

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9. HERRINGTON PARK - 1216 Lochaven Road (35 acres)

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9. HERRINGTON PARK - 1216 Lochaven Road (35 acres)
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10. LIONS PARK - 4250 Fenmore Avenue (26.5 acres)

10. LIONS PARK - 4250 Fenmore Avenue (26.5 acres)
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14. ROTARY PARK - 5485 Tubbs Road (33 acres)

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

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Waterford Township PUBLIC LIBRARY

5168 CIVIC CENTER DRIVE WATERFORD, MI 248.674.4831

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

Library Click on the Library! www.waterfordmi.gov/library
ANNOUNCEMENTS
HOLIDAY CLOSINGS: The library will be closed May 31 for Memorial Day and July 5.
CONNECT WITH US ONLINE
Our website: www.waterfordmi.gov/library (where you can search our catalog, place holds, check your account
and renew your items)
Subscribe to our email newsletter: waterfordmi.gov/531/Monthly-Newsletters
Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/waterfordmilib
Follow us on Instagram: @waterfordmilib
Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WaterfordLibrary/
OUR FRIENDS: Library programs are sponsored with the generous support of the Waterford Friends of the Library.
Thank you for your continuing support as we adapt services to this changing environment.

OUTREACH
Home Delivery Service
Waterford residents who are temporarily or permanently confined to their homes may call the library for home
delivery of audiobooks, large print books, regular print books, or DVDs. Please call Jean Hansen at 248-618-
7682 if you are interested in this service.

Online registration for library programs is available. You can get email reminders for programs you’ve
signed up for, and even cancel your own registration if you wish.
*** Use our calendar of events to register http://waterfordmi.evanced.info/signup/ ***

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Adult Programs (mostly virtual) Library

**Registration is required for most adult library programs.
Please call 248-618-7694, or go online to register.**
Adult Summer Reading Program • June 1 – July 31
Summer reading - it isn’t just for kids. Adults can read books for chances to win prizes too. (Or simply for your
own enjoyment!) It’s easy to log your books or audiobooks online with us. Check in early June for more infor-
mation on how to participate.
Take & Make Craft: FlowerPot PinCushion • Monday, May 17-Saturday, May 22
Register to pick up a kit during the week of May 17-22 that includes almost everything you need to make a func-
tional and decorative flower pot pin cushion. You will need your own glue gun and glue stick to complete this craft.
Plant-Based 101 • Thursday, June 24 at 7pm
With plant-based diets growing in popularity, maybe you are wondering what all the excitement is about. Take a
journey with Kim Korona from VegMichigan to explore how plant-based foods can benefit your health, animals,
and the planet. Learn how easy it is to add more plant-based meals into your diet as she shares simple-to-make,
delicious recipes. Kim has been eating plant-based for over 20 years and will share how this diet has improved
her life, and how it can improve yours too!
Mini Accordion Book Take-It-Make-It Craft • Monday, July 12th-Saturday, July 17th
Pick up a craft kit to make fun mini accordion books to give as gifts or decorate as personal keepsakes! Kits
will be available for pick-up beginning at 10am on Monday, July 12th, at the Adult and Teen Services Reference
Desk during library hours. Registration is required.
Seeking the LORD, the Search for the JARVIS LORD Shipwreck • Tuesday, July 20 at 7pm
Explore the depths of Northern Lake Michigan looking for lost ships and missing aircraft. Dive down to the Great
Lakes newest shipwreck discovery and wander through the Manitou Passage, the most dangerous places in the
Great Lakes! A virtual program with Ross Richardson. Registration required.
Free Comic Book Day • Saturday, Aug. 14th, 10am-5pm
Pick out a free comic and enter the comic book trivia contest for a chance to win a Comic City gift card.
Knitting Group • Every Wednesday, 10am – 12pm
Share patterns, exchange project ideas, and socialize while you knit! During the COVID-19 outbreak, our Knitting
Group will meet virtually via Zoom. Sign up for the next meeting on the Library’s online event calendar or by
calling 248-618-7693.
Thursday Evening Book Discussion
The evening book club will meet using Zoom on the second Thursday of the month at 7pm. You must register
and include your email address so that we can send you the link to join the meeting online.
Thursday, June 10 at 7pm – The Mountains Sing by Nguy`n Phan Qu` Mai
Thursday, July 8 at 7pm – Three Wishes by Liane Moriarty
No meeting in August. Both are available in ebook and audio format on hoopla, and all are available in either
large print or on CD (or both).
Monday Afternoon Book Discussion
Meets the third Monday of the month at 1pm using Zoom. You must register and include your email address so
that we can send you the link to join the meeting online. Pick up a copy of the book at the library or check out
an ebook or eaudio version.
Monday, June 21 at 1pm: Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson
Monday, July 19 at 1pm: The Switch by Beth O’Leary

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Library Adult Programs (mostly virtual)

Library Garden Club
Join these volunteers to learn more about gardening from master gardeners and hone your skills with hand-on
experience helping to care for the Children’s Sensory Garden at the Library’s entrance. Meets on the second
Wednesday of the month. Beginning April 14, and continuing through the growing season, the group meets
from 4:30p-6:00p for a work bee in the Library’s gardens under the direction of crew leader Janet Macunovich.
No indoor meetings at this time. A seminar on a gardening topic via Zoom follows each work bee, 7-8pm.

Teen Virtual Programs

Teen Summer Reading Program • June 1st – July 31st
Kids going into 6th – 12th grades can read (or listen) for a chance to win prizes this summer. Participants who
log at least 500 minutes of reading will be eligible for the final prize drawing. Deadline to log minutes is July 31st
at 5 pm. Check at the Adult Reference desk or on our website for more details in late spring.
MiLibraryQuest Virtual Scavenger Hunt • June 1st – July 31st
Join other Teens around the state in this virtual scavenger hunt. Kids going into 6th – 12th grades can partic-
ipate in this animal-themed Quest that will take them to the web sites of other participating Michigan libraries
in search of animals that will be entered into a digital field journal. Participants who find at least 20 animals will
be entered into a drawing for a prize. Check at the Adult Reference desk or on our website for more details in
late spring.
Surprise Me! Book Bundles • June 1st – August 28th
Are you looking for something new to read and you don’t know where to start? Do you like the element of sur-
prise? Grab a Surprise Me! Book Bundle over the summer. These bundles are wrapped in paper so you can’t see
what you’re checking out. You won’t know what you’ve got until you get home (or into the parking lot if you’re
really eager!). Bundles are comprised of 3 books related to a theme. Limit of 2 bundles at a time.
Teen Take & Make Kits • June 14th – July 31st
Kids going into 6th – 12th grades can pick up a different Take & Make Kit starting on Monday of each week.
Instructions and most of the supplies for the crafts will be provided in the kits. All you have to do is pick up the
kits and then you can work on them in the comfort of your own home and at your own pace. While supplies
last. Supplies are limited, so these kits are reserved for kids going into 6th through 12th grades only. One kit
per person each week.
Virtual Pet Show • August 2nd – August 31st [submit photos June 1- July 24]
Kids going into 6th – 12th grades are invited to bring in or send us a photo of your pets for our virtual pet show.
We’ll have them on display in the Teen Department and online during the month of August. Visitors to the library
and to our web site can vote on them in a variety of categories. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. Photos can
be submitted for more than one pet, but please only one pet in each photo. Photos can be submitted between
June 1st and July 24th. Check at the Adult Reference desk or our website for more details in late spring or early
summer for more information.
Free Comic Book Day • Saturday, August 14th 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The library is joining other libraries and comic book stores nationwide in giving away free comic books on Free
Comic Book Day. Kids in 6th – 12th grades can stop by the Teen Department and get a comic book (while
supplies last). No registration required. Drop in anytime between 10:00 and 5:00.

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Children’s Virtual Programs

The Children’s Summer Reading Book Club
The summer reading book club is open to all students ages 3-12. Set and meet your own reading goals. Prizes
include books, gift cards, book bags, craft kits, passes to fun places around town, and other cool stuff. Special
grand prizes of e-readers.

Your Adventure Begins ~ Tuesday, June 1
* Pick up a summer reading pack and safari booklet from the children’s dept.
* Place a sticker on the chart for every 15-20 minutes of reading, or one for each

picture book, or a sticker for number of pages or chapters read. Your choice.
* You can also sign up online and track your minutes with Wandoo Reader. There

are seven levels, each set for 60 minutes of reading.

Destination Reached ~ Saturday, July 31
* Reach your reading goal by Saturday, July 31
* Have the librarians check your completed reading record either in person, or email a

picture of your completed reading record to [email protected]
* Pick out a book to keep in person, or check the list of available books on our webpage
* Enter your name into the summer reading drawing.
* Wandoo Readers need to contact the children’s dept. about their prizes.
* Prizes can be picked up in person, or through contactless pick-up.

Summer Activity Kits for Ages 3-12 Library
This summer’s program theme is “Tails and
Tales” Each week, we will showcase a differ-
ent continent by sharing “tales” from that land
during our outdoor storytime, and providing a
weekly craft bag with variety of animal and cul-
tural crafts. You will also receive a sheet of the
week’s featured animals for your Safari book.
Stop by during our open hours to pick up your

take and make craft bag. We can also arrange for contactless pick-up of materials.

The weekly themes are:
Week 1: North America June 14-19
Crafts: bear, paper flowers, dream catcher, totem pole, and landscape painting.
Animals: grizzly bear, bison, wolf, cougar, eagle, and moose

Week 2: South America June 21-26
Crafts: parrot, snake, and a rainstick.
Animals: jaguar, parrots, tree frog, sloth, and llama.

Week 3: Europe June 28-July 3
Crafts: Venetian masks, stained “glass” window, and garden pot.
Animals: lynx, reindeer, red fox, red deer, sheep, and goats.

Week 4: Pets and Farm Animals July 6-10
Crafts: sheep, puppy, cat, and pom-pom animals
Animals: dogs, cats, horses, cows, and turkeys

Week 5: Africa July 12-17
Crafts: Kente cloth pattern weaving, beaded lion necklace, sunset silhouette art
Animals: lion, elephant, giraffe, zebra, ostrich, gorilla, and chimpanzee

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Children’s Virtual Programs

Week 6: Asia July 19-24
Crafts: panda, dragon puppet, fish windsock, paper lanterns
Animals: tiger, panda, orangutans, and Komodo dragon
Week 7: Australia July 26-31
Crafts: boomerang, Aborigine cave art, platypus puppet, and shell necklace
Animals: kangaroo, koala bear, wombat, platypus, dingo, and Tasmanian devil
Virtual Pet Show for Kids
Send us a picture of your pet by e-mail at [email protected], or in person along with your name, age,
and phone number. Maximum picture size is 4” x 6”. Pet photos will be displayed in the children’s department,
and on our virtual pet show webpage. Categories are: dogs, cats, small furry critters, reptiles and amphibians,
aquatic dwellers, and other animals that do not fall into the above categories. Winners will receive a certificate
and a treat for their pet. Contest dates are June 1-July 31.

Tales from the Canine Officer
Monday, June 21 from 10:00-10:30am ~ We are partnering with our sister library in White Lake to bring you Tales
from the Canine Officer from the Waterford Township Police Department, K-9 Division. This will be an online presen-
tation via Zoom. Learn about the training, duties, and a day in the life of a K-9 police officer. Limited to 50 families
per library. Please register online. The Zoom link information will be emailed to you the day before the presentation.

We would like to thank our summer reading program sponsors:
Passes & Coupons Provided by: Funding Provided by:
Culver’s of Waterford Institute of Museum & Library Services through the
Rain Forest Café of Great Lakes Crossing Library of Michigan
Zap Zone of Waterford Waterford Township Friends of the Library

Library Please Note: Due to the ever-changing COVID-19 environment, the library may have to change
procedures and programming at a moment’s notice. Please follow us on Facebook and check our
webpage for current information.

Tales of Tails Outdoor Storytime
Join us Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:00am for an outdoor storytime; begins Mon., June 14 at 10:00am
Storytimes are held on the grassy area between the library and fenced-in sidewalk leading up to the veterans’ me-
morial. Bring your own blanket, towel, or chair to sit on. Weather permitting. Thursday is set aside for a rain date.
Recommended for children ages two through the early elementary grades. Ends Wednesday, August 4.

Craft Corner
Recommended for children ages 3+
Until we can have in-person programs again, join us virtually for The Craft Corner. Follow us on Facebook as
we post short, craft videos every Saturday at 10:00 am. The children’s librarians are demonstrating simple, fun,
and inexpensive crafts that you can do at home with items either found around your house, or in local stores.
Check out our previous craft videos on our webpage at: https://waterfordmi.gov/1186/Craft-Corner

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
A year-round early literacy program for children ages Infant to 5 years. Pick up a reading chart and book list from
the children’s department. We can also e-mail you a book list and a printable reading chart. There are also tracking
tools from the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten website: https://1000booksbeforekindergarten.org/resources/
Read to your young child. For every 100 books that you read together, we will put your child’sname on our “Wall
of Fame”, and they get to pick out a book to keep. Books can be chosen in person, or from the booklist on our
website: https://waterfordmi.gov/1056/1000-Books-Before-Kindergarten
When you have reached the 1,000-book milestone, you get a book bag, book, and certificate. Prizes can be picked
up in the children’s department, or through contactless pick-up. Call (248) 618-7692, or stop by the children’s
department for more information.

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SeniorCenter

Aging Isn’t What It CURBSIDE CARRY OUT LUNCH Senior Center
Used To Be! AVAILABLE 5 DAYS A WEEK!

WATERFORD MONDAY – FRIDAY
SENIOR
CENTER $3.00 SUGGESTED DONATION

3621 Pontiac Lk Rd You will need to call
Waterford, MI 48328 248.682.9450 and order your

248-682-9450 meal for that day by 10am
• If you call and get our voicemail,

Our Mission you can leave a message to
order your meal.
To be the focal point in the
Waterford Community for Clearly let us know your name,
services, programs and activities and what day you are
associated with vital aging. wanting a meal.

Meals-on- PICK UP YOUR MEAL BETWEEN
Wheels: 11:30am –12:00pm

A Great Program! Pull up to the front door.
We bring your meal right to
The Meals-On-Wheels your car – no need to get out.
program provides a tasty, hot,
ENCORE ADULT DAY SERVICES
nutritious noon meal to • Professional care & supervision
Waterford’s homebound • Comfortable & safe environment
seniors who are 60 years • Nutritious meals & snacks
or older. The program is based • Structured recreational activities
on individual nutritional needs, • Transportation within Waterford Twp.
not income. Optional cold • Support Groups
evening meals, frozen weekend • Memory Care
meals and Ensure liquid meals
are also available. The meals are INFORMATION & SERVICES
provided to you on a donation
basis. The amount of $3.00 per • Educational Programming
hot meal is suggested. • Legal issues
• T.O.P.S. – Weight Loss Support
Call the Waterford Senior • Hearing Evaluations
Center to get started • Ask A Nurse
248-682-9450 • Referrals
• Meals on Wheels
• Congregate Drop In Lunch
• Grief Support Group
• Health & Wellness Classes
• Recreation Programming

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SeniorCenter Spring
Plant Sale
Stop In And Check
Out Our Summer PERENNIALS • HERBS
SUCCULENTS • HOUSEPLANTS
Collection
Of Gifts BAKED GOODS
And More!
SATURDAY, MAY 22
Jewelry, Home Décor, Scarves, 9:00 AM– 3:00 PM
Clothing, Decorative Towels, Blan-
kets, Toys, Paintings, Wood Crafts, A popular event in the
Waterford community. Come see
Baby Items, and More! our wonderful selection of locally
One of a kind hand made gifts! grown trees, shrubs, perennials,

Support local crafters! annuals, and edibles. We even
Monday, Wednesday, Friday have delicious baked goods and
nice smiles to greet you. The Plant
9:00am - 2:00pm Sale will be held outdoors at the

You can also visit our Waterford Senior Center.

Used Book And WaterfordGardenClub.org
Puzzle Sale 501(c)(3) non-profit

in our activity hall.
4 paperbacks for $1.00
2 hardcovers for $1.00

Puzzles– .50 each
Monday-Friday 8:30am-3:30pm

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Seniors 50+ are invited to an “Ice Cream Party”
at the Waterford Senior Center parking lot!

Stop by the senior center parking lot for a FREE ice cream treat! Two ways to celebrate!
1. You can drive thru, and stay in your car. We deliver your ice cream curbside.

2. You can join with friends and enjoy your ice cream in our parking lot. We will have
chairs set out and we welcome ice cream lovers to stay awhile and visit.

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Enjoy this year's FREE concerts! Summer entertainment for all ages! WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441

Hess-Hathaway Hess-Hathaway Park
825 S. Williams Lake Road

Concerts Hosted By:

in thePark

Presented By:

June 3 June 10 June 17 June 24

Headlining: Headlining: Headlining: Headlining:

Local Talent: Local Talent: Local Local Talent:
Talent:
To be Second To be
announced Generation. announced

Thank you to our generous sponsors who make Concerts in the Park possible!

Section Leader Band Members "In the Park" Friends Community
Supporters

Hess-Hathaway Park For more information visit waterfordchamber.org
825 S. Williams Lake Road or waterfordmi.gov/parks or call 248-666-8600

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

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

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

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

a SpecialThanks to Our Donors

$1000-$2999 $999-$500 $499-$250
Genisys Credit Union Arsenal Harley Davidson James Tippin, Tippin Fence
Golden Age Club Billy’s Tip n’ Inn $249-$100
Great Lakes Crossing Outlets Canterbury on the Lake Beauchamp Water and Supply
Lourdes Senior Community Clyde’s Frame and Wheel Betty Wroubel
Oakland County Farm Bureau Margaret Birch Dan Ellsworth
McLaren Oakland MISS DIG 811 Denise DeWaele
Metro by T-Mobile Rainbow Rehabilitation Patricia Ludwig

Specialists

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WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441 Parks & RecreationDay Camps

Deadline to register is the Wednesday prior to camp at 4:00PM. Registration will continue after
this point if availability allows and a $10 late fee will be added. Register early to secure a spot!

Parents MUST fill out the appropriate camp information form (medical, emergency, etc.)
upon registration. Transfers and/or refunds must be requested before 4:00PM on the
Wednesday prior to camp. A $5 fee will be withheld for all refunds.

Farm Camps

Hess-Hathaway Farm/Park is an educational FARM CAMP – Ages 6-10
and recreational facility that is a wonderful Come down to the farm for cherished, traditional
setting that enhances our program. Staff will be camp memories and farm experiences. We have
enthusiastic individuals with various backgrounds historic games, outdoor games, adventures visiting the
in education, camps, working with children and/or farm animals, the All Kids Playground, surrounding trails
environmental/science studies. Farm Camp is a as well as hands-on activities, hayride, and roasting
STATE OF MICHIGAN Licensed Monday-Friday camp marshmallows. Oakland County Parks and
located next to our USDA Animal Exhibit Farm. Recreation will be coming out once per camp session
LITTLE FARMER’S CAMP – Ages 3-5 for a special fun addition. Campers bring sack lunch
Pre-school campers will enjoy a special introduction to and refillable water bottle. T-shirt included.
an amazing farm animal every day. Unique crafts and
hands-on experiences will be part of each day, and the Course#: 330092-01
children will enjoy a hayride, roasting marshmallows Location: Hess-Hathaway Park
and the All Kids Playground. T-shirt included, please Dates: 06/28/2021 - 07/02/2021 - FULL
send child with refillable water bottle. Day/Time: Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 3:00PM
Course#: 330090-01 Fee: Res: $170.00 Non-Res: $175.00
Location: Hess-Hathaway Park
Dates: 06/21/2021 - 06/25/2021 - FULL Course#: 330092-05
Day/Time: Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 11:30AM Location: Hess-Hathaway Park
Fee: Res: $80.00 Non-Res: $85.00 Dates: 07/19/2021 - 07/23/2021
Course#: 330090-02 Day/Time: Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 3:00PM
Location: Hess-Hathaway Park Fee: Res: $170.00 Non-Res: $175.00
Dates: 07/12/2021 - 07/16/2021 - FULL
Day/Time: Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 11:30AM Course#: 330092-09
Fee: Res: $80.00 Non-Res: $85.00 Location: Hess-Hathaway Park
Course#: 330090-03 Dates: 08/09/2021 - 08/13/2021
Location: Hess-Hathaway Park Day/Time: Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 3:00PM
Dates: 07/26/2021 - 07/30/2021 Fee: Res: $170.00 Non-Res: $175.00
Day/Time: Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 11:30AM
Fee: Res: $80.00 Non-Res: $85.00

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NatuDreraCyetonn PtelrainCsamp NASA INNOVATORS CAMP – Ages 7-14 WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441
Think and act like NASA innovators during this hands-
Located at the beautiful 138-acre Drayton Plains on program inspired by NASA’s current missions.
Nature Center. Staff directing the program will be The primary focus will include the ARTEMIS mission to
passionate instructors with experience working with the moon during which NASA will land the first woman
children and dedication to energizing and sharing and next man on the moon’s surface by 2024, using
a respect for our natural habitat and environmental innovative technologies to explore more of the lunar
concerns along with the love of fun in the out-of-doors. surface than ever before. Kids will love to design their
NATURE ESCAPADES - Ages 6-10 mission patches and build their own rovers as they put
Come outside for trails and rivers, frogs and toads, and themselves in the shoes of an astronaut. Mad Science
endless discoveries and excitement. Oakland County is dedicated to the safety of the kids in our programs;
Parks and Recreation will be coming during camp for please visit Detroit.madscience.org to view our current
a special fun addition. Campers bring sack lunch and safety protocols. Mad Science is the ONLY organization
refillable water bottle. T-shirt included. licensed by NASA to use these activities for summer
Course#: 330091-03 camps. Campers need to bring a water bottle with their
Location: Drayton Plains Nature Center name on it.
Dates: 08/02/2021 - 08/05/2021
Day/Time: Mon-Thu 9:00AM - 4:00PM Course#: 330096-01
Fee: Res: $135.00 Non-Res: $140.00 Location: Hess-Hathaway Park
Instructor: Mad Science
Dates: 07/26/2021 - 07/30/2021
Day/Time: Mon-Fri 1:00PM - 5:00PM
Fee: Res: $215.00 Non-Res: $220.00

Specialty Camps

SKYHAWKS MULTI-SPORT CAMP –
Ages 4-7
This multi, sport program was developed to give
children a positive first step into athletics. Soccer,
flag-football, baseball/softball and kickball will be
enjoyed in a safe, structured environment along
with camp games to add to the fun. Through games
and activities, campers explore balance, hand/eye
coordination and skill development at their own pace.
Participants should wear appropriate clothing and
running shoes; bring two snacks, a labeled water bottle,
and sunscreen. All children receive a Skyhawks t-shirt
and ball.

Course#: 330098-01
Location: Civic Center Soccer Fields
Dates: 08/02/2021 - 08/06/2021
Day/Time: Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Fee: Res: $135.00 Non-Res: $140.00

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WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441 Parent/Child

TUMBLING TODDLERS – Ages 1-3 Course#: 310024-03
This class is packed with hands-on activities for your Location: Busy Bodies
busy toddler to develop motor skills, coordination and Dates: 05/19/2021 - 06/16/2021
socialization. Children will warm-up, have “tumble” Day/Time: Wed 10:00AM - 10:45AM
time, free play, movement to music, parachute Fee: Res: $60.00 Non-Res: $65.00
play, bubbles and stamps. Weekly themes & parent (for 5 sessions)
participation add to the fun! Course#: 310024-04
Course#: 310024-01 Location: Busy Bodies
Location: Busy Bodies Dates: 05/22/2021 - 06/19/2021
Dates: 05/18/2021 - 06/15/2021 Day/Time: Sat 11:00AM - 11:45AM
Day/Time: Tue 6:30PM - 7:15PM Fee: Res: $60.00 Non-Res: $65.00
Fee: Res: $60.00 Non-Res: $65.00 (for 5 sessions)
(for 5 sessions) MOTHER/DAUGHTER HIP-HOP – Ages 6-12
Course#: 310024-02 The perfect dance class and bonding experience for an
Location: Busy Bodies adult and child. A dance routine will be performed at
Dates: 05/18/2021 - 06/15/2021 the end of the session. Price is per couple.
Day/Time: Tue 10:00AM - 10:45AM Course#: 310024-05
Fee: Res: $60.00 Non-Res: $65.00 Location: Busy Bodies
(for 5 sessions) Dates: 05/18/2021 - 06/22/2021
Day/Time: Tue 7:15PM - 8:00PM
Fee: Res: $80.00 Non-Res: $85.00
(for 6 sessions)

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Youth Dance & Fitness TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS ADVANCED WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441
This program is designed for the gymnast who has
BEGINNING BALLET – Ages 4-8 mastered somersaults, handstands, cartwheels and
Your child’s first ballet program focusing on proper backbends. Placement is based on instructor approval.
technique and finishing with a performance. Ages 4-9
Course#: 310021-01 Course#: 310022-03
Location: Busy Bodies Location: Busy Bodies
Dates: 05/22/2021 - 06/26/2021 Dates: 05/17/2021 - 06/21/2021
Day/Time: Sat 11:00AM - 11:45AM Day/Time: Mon 6:15PM - 7:00PM
Fee: Res: $70.00 Non-Res: $75.00 Fee: Res: $75.00 Non-Res: $80.00
(for 6 sessions) (for 6 sessions)
TWINKLE TOES – Ages 3-6 No class 5/31
Here is your child’s first independent dance experience MARTIAL ARTS – Ages 6+
incorporating movement to music in a creative way. Traditional Tang Soo Do (karate). Learn how to
Parents enjoy a performance at the last class. protect and defend yourself with confidence. Come
Course#: 310026-01 join this exciting program designed to provide practical
Location: Busy Bodies martial arts training and self-defense techniques with
Dates: 05/18/2021 - 06/22/2021 2 Master Black belts. Your student will be given
Day/Time: Tues 10:00AM - 10:45AM one-one-one personal attention. Half price to each
Fee: Res: $70.00 Non-Res: $75.00 additional sibling. Questions may be left at 248-830-8125.
(for 6 sessions) Course#: 310150-01
TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS Location: Recreation Center
An independent class where children begin to learn the Instructor: Joe Parkinson
fundamentals of tumbling and gymnastics using floor Dates: 05/18/2021 - 06/10/2021
exercises designed to enhance coordination and motor Day/Time: Tue, Thu 6:30PM - 8:30PM
skills in a fun safe non-competitive manner. Fee: Res: $60.00 Non-Res: $65.00
Ages 4-6 (for 8 sessions)
Course#: 310022-01 Course#: 310150-02
Location: Busy Bodies Location: Recreation Center
Dates: 05/17/2021 - 06/21/2021 Instructor: Joe Parkinson
Day/Time: Mon 4:40PM - 5:25PM Dates: 08/10/2021 - 09/02/2021
Fee: Res: $65.00 Non-Res: $70.00 Day/Time: Tue, Thu 6:30PM - 8:30PM
(for 5 sessions) Fee: Res: $60.00 Non-Res: $65.00
No class 5/31 (for 8 sessions)
Ages 7-9
Course#: 310022-02
Location: Busy Bodies
Dates: 05/17/2021 - 06/21/2021
Day/Time: Mon 5:30PM - 6:15PM
Fee: Res: $65.00 Non-Res: $70.00
(for 5 sessions)
No class 5/31

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WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441 Youth Sports VOLLEYBALL - Ages 11-14
Improve your individual and team skills in the area of
TINY HAWKS BASEBALL - AGES 2-4 passing, serving, setting, blocking, coverage, transition
Formally Wee Tee Ball. Skyhawks Tiny-Hawk Baseball is and court communication. Types of offenses and
the perfect introduction to America’s pastime for young defenses will be covered. Volleyballs are provided.
players. Our progressional curriculum teaches the Class is held outside! Instructor: Jo Schirtzinger is a
fundamentals of fielding, catching, throwing, hitting and former class A high school volleyball coach with over
base running in a fun, positive environment. The first week 40 years of competitive playing experience & a former
will feature a skills introduction followed by four weeks MHSAA Official for 10 years.
of fun tee ball league play. Parents will receive a weekly Course#: 340504-02
10am game assignment for their child’s team after the Location: Hess-Hathaway Park
first week. Our tee ball games ensure that every child Dates: 08/06/2021 - 08/27/2021
bats and runs the bases every inning and that our instruc- Day/Time: Fri 6:40PM - 7:40PM
tors are instilling foundations in good sportsmanship and Fee: Res: $52.00 Non-Res: $57.00
teamwork. Players will come away with new friends and a (for 4 sessions)
passion for the game of baseball! JUNIOR KICKERS - Ages 3-5
Course#: 340500-01 Instructors: Mike Eberle (MSYSA “D” Coaching License,
Location: Hess-Hathaway Park USSF & MHSAA Referee, Travel Soccer Coach) & Matt
Dates: 06/05/2021 - 07/10/2021 Eberle,Travel Soccer Coach)
No class Jul 3 This soccer class is designed for children who are
Day/Time: Sat 10:00AM - 11:15AM not quite ready for league play. Skill development is
Fee: Res: $70.00 Non-Res: $75.00 enhanced with fun, creative games and activities.
(for 5 sessions) Course#: 440503-01
Course#: 340500-02 Location: Recreation Center
Location: Hess-Hathaway Park Dates: 09/08/2021 - 10/13/2021
Dates: 07/17/2021 - 08/14/2021 Day/Time: Wed 7:00PM - 7:45PM
Day/Time: Sat 10:00AM - 11:15AM Fee: Res: $53.00 Non-Res: $58.00
Fee: Res: $70.00 Non-Res: $75.00 (for 6 sessions)
(for 5 sessions) Course#: 440503-02
VOLLEYBALL LITE - Ages 8-10 Location: Recreation Center
Players will learn skills such as bumping, spiking Dates: 10/20/2021 - 11/24/2021
and serving using lightweight volleyballs. Fun drills Day/Time: Wed 7:00PM - 7:45PM
re-inforce the basics while working toward Fee: Res: $53.00 Non-Res: $58.00
scrimmages to learn rules and improve game (for 6 sessions)
comprehension. Volleyballs are provided. Class is held SUPER SATURDAY SOCCER – Ages 5-6
outside! Instructor: Jo Schirtzinger is a former class A Instructors: Mike Eberle (MSYSA “D” Coaching License,
high school volleyball coach with over 40 years of com- USSF & MHSAA Referee, Travel Soccer Coach) & Matt
petitive playing experience & a former MHSAA Official Eberle, Travel Soccer Coach)
for 10 years. Boys and girls learn skills, basic drills and play small-sided
Course#: 340504-01 zone games. This is a parent/child interactive program.
Location: Hess-Hathaway Park Children must be 5 years old by September 1, 2021.
Dates: 08/06/2021 - 08/27/2021 Course#: 440500-01
Day/Time: Fri 5:30PM - 6:30PM Location: Civic Center Soccer Fields
Fee: Res: $52.00 Non-Res: $57.00 Dates: 09/11/2021 - 10/16/2021
(for 4 sessions) Day/Time: Sat 9:30AM - 10:30AM
Fee: Res: $53.00 Non-Res: $58.00
(for 6 sessions)

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SUMMER BALL LEAGUES FALL SOCCER LEAGUES WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441
Our summer ball league is committed to teaching the Registration: May 24-July 23
game in a fun, recreational and instructional atmosphere. Late Registration: July 24-July 30,
We are focused on improving the ability of every player $10 is added to the program fee
while enhancing the experience for every family. Boys When: Sundays, Sept. 12 - Oct. 17
5-9 and girls 5-17 have the opportunity to participate 6 wk season
in baseball and softball in a variety of levels. Volunteer Location: Civic Center Soccer Fields
coaches are needed.
Recreational soccer league for boys and girls born in the
Registration: January 11-May 7 years of 2006-2016.Weekly practices will be scheduled
Late Registration: May 8-14, $10 is added by a volunteer coach. Participants in Girls/Boys UNDER
to program fee 12 and Girls UNDER 14/16 may have away games in
When: Starts the week of Independence Township on various days of the week
June 14 – July 23, (depending on registration numbers). Participants in
no games July 5th- July 9th Boys UNDER 14 will have away games in surrounding
Game Times: between 5:30-8:00pm communities on various days of the week. All
Location: Waterford Parks other age groups will have all home games
on Sunday at the Civic Center Soccer Fields.
Girls age as of January 1, 2021 It is suggested that one session of Super
Boys age as of August 31, 2021 Saturday be played before registering your child up for
UNDER 6 COED. Parent volunteer coaches are needed
COED T-Ball Age 5-6 Tu & Th $60 for all age groups.
Boys Intermediate Age 6-7 Tu & Th $60 *If your child is born before 2006, the child has aged out
(½ t-ball, ½ coach pitch) of the program. If your child is born in 2017 and you are
Boys Coach Pitch Age 8-9 M & W $60 confident that the child is ready for league soccer, you may
Girls Intermediate Age 6-7 Tu & Th $60 sign a play-up waiver for your child to participate in the
(½ t-ball, ½ coach pitch) UNDER 6 COED league. If your child is not ready for league
Girls Coach Pitch Age 8-9 M & W $60 play, please refer to our Super Saturday Soccer program or
Girls Intro Fastpitch Age 9-10 M & W $60 Junior Kickers.
(½ Coach Pitch, ½ Kid Pitch) *Parents may sign a play up waiver for their child if they
Girls Fastpitch Age11-12 Tu & Th $70 are confident they are ready for the next age level.You may
Girls Fastpitch Age 13-14 M & W $70 only sign up by one year (example: Child born in 2014 may
Girls Fastpitch Age 15-17 Fri (DH Games) $70 sign a play up waiver to play in Under 10 age group, a
child born in 2016 would not be eligible to move up into
the Under 10 age group). Children may not play down in
any age group.

UNDER 6 COED BORN in 2016 $50
UNDER 8 COED BORN in 2014 or 2015 $60
UNDER 10 BOYS/GIRLS BORN in 2012 or 2013 $60
UNDER 12 BOYS/GIRLS BORN in 2010 or 2011 $70
UNDER 14 BOYS/GIRLS BORN in 2008 or 2009 $70
UNDER 16 GIRLS BORN in 2006 or 2007 $70
REVERSIBLE SOCCER JERSEY - $15

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WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441 Youth Enrichment MOVEMENT BY MARI ANN – Ages 50+
Join us every Tuesday and Thursday morning for a
CREATIVE ART – Ages 5-12 fitness program that will improve your balance,
School aged art program using different mediums coordination, and strength. Be sure to bring a water
tapping into your child’s “inner artist”. Dress for mess. $10 bottle and a hand towel for the workout. A chair will be
supply fee paid to the instructor at the first day of class. provided for balance.
Course#: 310023-01 Course#: 360219-01
Location: Busy Bodies Location: Drayton Plains Nature Center
Dates: 05/20/2021 - 06/17/2021 Instructor: Mari Ann Pace Bleau
Day/Time: Thu 7:15PM - 8:00PM Dates: 06/15/2021 – 07/20/2021
Fee: Res: $85.00 Non-Res: $90.00 Day/Time: 9:15AM – 10:15AM
(for 5 sessions) Fee: Member: $50.00
Non-Member: $55.00 (for 10 sessions)
LITTLE CHEFS – Ages 4-9 Course#: 360219-02
This beginning, independent-learning cooking course Location: Drayton Plains Nature Center
will entice your child to learn the art of cooking. Supply Instructor: Mari Ann Pace Bleau
fee of $15 to be paid directly to the instructor on the Dates: 07/27/2021 – 08/26/2021
first day of class. Please bring a water bottle and a Day/Time: 9:15AM – 10:15AM
plastic container to take home your leftovers. Fee: Member: $50.00
Course#: 310028-01 Non-Member: $55.00 (for 10 sessions)
Location: Busy Bodies GENTLE MOVES YOGA – Ages 18+
Dates: 05/20/2021 - 06/17/2021 Class will include gentle stretches, breathing, and
Day/Time: Thu 6:15PM - 7:00PM centering exercises designed to improve muscle tone
Fee: Res: $70.00 Non-Res: $75.00 and strength.
(for 5 sessions) Course#: 360219-06
Location: Drayton Plains Nature Center
Adult Fitness Instructor: Mari Ann Pace Bleau
Dates: 06/17/2021 - 07/15/2021
CARDIO DRUMMING – Ages 18+ Day/Time: Thu 10:45AM - 11:45AM
Join the dynamic movements of aerobic dance with the Fee: Members: $30.00
rhythms of the drum. A unique sensory/motor program Non-Mem: $35.00 (for 5 sessions)
designed to give the mind/body instant feedback Course#: 360219-07
through continuous movement and rhythmical sounds. Location: Drayton Plains Nature Center
Instructor: Mari Ann Pace Bleau
Dates: 07/22/2021 - 08/26/2021
Day/Time: Thu 10:45AM - 11:45AM
Fee: Member: $36.00
Non-Mem: $41.00 (for 6 sessions)

Course#: 360219-03
Location: Drayton Plains Nature Center
Instructor: Mari Ann Pace Bleau
Dates: 06/15/2021 – 07/13/2021
Day/Time: Tue 10:45AM – 11:30AM
Fee: Member $30.00
Non-Member: $35.00 (for 5 sessions)

Course#: 360219-04 NON-RESIDENTS
Location: Drayton Plains Nature Center ADD $5
Dates: 07/20/2021 - 08/24/2021
Day/Time: Tue 10:45AM - 11:30AM
Fee: Member: $36.00
Non-Mem: $41.00 (for 6 sessions)

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DANCE FIT – AGES 18+ CHAIR YOGA – Ages 18+ WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441
Try a little ZUMBA and LaBlast (partner-free cardio Chair Yoga with two chairs. No getting down on the floor,
ballroom) with a sprinkle of line dancing! What a wide variety guaranteed! Mostly seated stretches and exercises,
of fun! All levels welcome, no prior experience necessary. standing exercises with chairs to help develop strength
Course#: 310060-01 and balance with confidence. Lots of gentle breathing
Location: Recreation Center practices and relaxation. Loosen up, move your spine,
Instructor: Mari Ann Pace Bleau move your limbs. It feels good, stimulates circulation,
Dates: 06/17/2021 - 07/15/2021 eases pain and makes every day functional activities
Day/Time: Thu 6:15PM - 7:00PM easier. Regular yoga practice has been shown to re-
Fee: Res: $30.00 Non-Res: $35.00 duce the risk of falls and injuries. If your neck is weak,
(for 5 sessions) bring a neck pillow or towel to support your neck.
Course#: 310060-03 Course#: 311403-01
Location: Recreation Center Location: Recreation Center
Instructor: Mari Ann Pace Bleau Instructor: Steve Guth
Dates: 07/22/2021 - 08/26/2021 Dates: 06/15/2021 - 08/03/2021
Day/Time: Thu 6:15PM - 7:00PM Day/Time: Tue 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Fee: Res: $36.00 Non-Res: $41.00 Fee: Res: $80.00 Non-Res: $85.00
(for 6 sessions) (for 8 sessions)

FAMILY YOGA –AGES 5+ Adult Sports
Join us for a joyful practice geared toward elementary
children and parent/guardians. Yoga poses intergrated FALL SOFTBALL
into story form, saluations, yoga themed songs and Team registration only! Slow pitch leagues offered for
dances. Games and purposeful props will be used. Men (Monday & Thursdays), Women (Tuesdays) & COED
Mindfulness meditation and breath work relaxation. (Wednesday and Sundays). All leagues are Double
Learn to destress with your child. Header games. Each team will receive one set of softballs
Course#: 310060-02 at the managers meeting. Contact the Recreation Office
Location: Recreation Center for a Team Packet after June 1st or visit our website for
Instructor: Mari Ann Pace Bleau more information, waterfordmi.gov/parks
Dates: 06/17/2021 - 07/15/2021
Day/Time: Thu 5:15PM - 6:00PM REGISTRATION:
Fee: Res: $30.00 Non-Res: $35.00 June 7 Fees taken from 2020
(for 5 sessions) returning summer/fall teams
Course#: 310060-04 June 18 Deadline for returning 2020
Location: Recreation Center summer/fall teams
Instructor: Mari Ann Pace Bleau June 21 Fees taken from 2021 summer teams
Dates: 07/22/2021 - 08/19/2021 July 9 Deadline for returning 2021 summer teams
Day/Time: Thu 5:15PM - 6:00PM July 12: Fees taken from new teams
Fee: Res: $30.00 Non-Res: $35.00 July 30: Deadline for all registrations
(for 5 sessions) WHEN: Season begins August 15 –
YOGA WITH EASE – Ages 14+ September 26 (tentatively)
Beginning HATHA YOGA flow for all abilities in normal 5 wks. + playoffs
health. Breathe deep & go with the flow. Yoga postures
& exercises are connected providing moderate COST: $425 Per Resident team /
cardiovascular stimulation, strengthening limbs and *$475 per non-resident team
core. Activity alternates with recovery periods of Umpire fees $15 per game
deep breathing, builds endurance, strengthens lungs, not included in above fees
develops stess management.

Course#: 311402-01 *If 10 or more players on your team roster are non-
Location: Recreation Center residents, you will be required to pay for the non-resident
Instructor: Steve Guth team fee. All team rosters will be checked by the league
Dates: 06/15/2021 - 08/03/2021 coordinator and any teams that registered for the
Day/Time: Tue 6:30PM - 7:45PM resident rate that have 10 or more non-residents listed
Fee: Res: $80.00 Non-Res: $85.00 will be assessed the $50 non-resident fee to be paid
(for 8 sessions) before their next scheduled game.

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Flash's friendship club WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441
Therapeutic social club for individuals with physical and
developmental/cognitive disabilities.

visit waterfordmi.gov/parks for more information
or email [email protected]

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WATERFORD PARKS AND RECREATION 248.674.5441 Enjoy this year's FREE concerts! Summer entertainment for all ages!

Hess-Hathaway Hess-Hathaway Park
825 S. Williams Lake Road

Concerts Hosted By:

in thePark

Presented By:

June 3 June 10 June 17 June 24

Headlining: Headlining: Headlining: Headlining:

Local Talent: Local Talent: Local Local Talent:
Talent:
To be Second To be
announced Generation. announced

Thank you to our generous sponsors who make Concerts in the Park possible!

Section Leader Band Members "In the Park" Friends Community
Supporters

Hess-Hathaway Park For more information visit waterfordchamber.org
825 S. Williams Lake Road or waterfordmi.gov/parks or call 248-666-8600

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