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Thursday January 27, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Learning Through Documentaries
Pinecone Bird Feeders, Wed. Jan. 26:  This has become a staple class for the month of January for the last 5 years.  Fun and easy, come and stuff some pinecones with peanut butter then cover them with birdseed.  String a few together, then hang in a tree for your feathered friends to enjoy!  Your pinecones can be refilled as needed.  This is a relaxing and enjoyable class. Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Jan. 27:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “The Healthcare Divide.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by FRONTLINE and NPR, reads: “FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19. The documentary examines how pressure to increase profits and uneven government support is widening the divide between rich and poor hospitals, endangering care for the most needy.” The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. FEB. 2:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. FEB 2:  In this class, we’ll be stocking up on Birthday cards.  The card will be a pre-designed creation that you will color and put together.  This design was created by one of my regular class attendees, Sherry.  I loved it so much, I asked her permission to offer it in class.  Thanks for the idea, Sherry!Trivia With Friends, Wed. Feb. 9th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Danish Hearts, Thurs. Feb. 10th:  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, come and create these fabulous woven Danish hearts.  They open in the middle so you can place a few chocolate treats inside if you wish.  They can also be tucked inside of a greeting card, or used as a unique Valentines Day card! Origami Bow, Wed. Feb. 16th:  What a lovely way to custom-decorate a gift!  This bow is not actually “origami” in the strictest sense of the word, but rather “kirigami.”  The difference between the two is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, gluing, or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting; glue is allowed too. This model is fairly easy to complete, and comes out looking quite nice. Stretch Bracelets, Thurs. Feb. 17th:  Come and design your own piece of bling!  We will use stretch cord to string our beads on;  I have tons of really nice beads here in the craft room!  These bracelets also make great gifts for your jewelry-loving family or friends.  $3.00 each.Weaving 101, Wed. Feb. 23rd:  In this class we will weave a piece that is the perfect size for a mug coaster; you could also use it as a mini wall hanging.  Using a cardboard loom and various yarn colors, I’ll show you how to create your project.  This is sure to be a fun class!  $2.00 for the class.Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Feb. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “Cracking The Koala Code.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NATURE, reads: “From the miracle of marsupial birth to tender moments of discovery between mother and newborn joey, encounters with threatening forest creatures, battles between rival males and the complex chorus of bellows and grunts that have become so important to science — join leading scientists as they unravel just what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas by listening to these marsupials.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed MAR. 2nd:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. MAR. 3rd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps, different colored inks, paper punches, colored pencils and markers, and other goodies  for you to work with to.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!  Come on in and create your own original greeting cards!     
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Ooey Gooey Science 2.0! - Ooey Gooey Science
Children ages 7-12 will be guided into all things sticky, gooey, bubbly, and exciting. They will get to experience the differences between liquids, solids, and gases in a fun exciting messy way you won't have to clean up at home. Experiments will be new and exciting like 3 foot long rainbows, exploding snowman, catapults, diy bouncey balls, fun with balloons, slime and a few other surprises. All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 20th and end the week of February 24th.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Crazy Fun Club - Crazy Fun Club
Children ages 7-12  can participate in a variety of different themed activities each week. The activities will be centered around team building, social interaction, confidence building, and pure fun. From week to week we will play games, make bead creations, or make a fun art projects. There is something for everyone in this club!All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 18th and end the week of February 22nd.
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    STRONG Nation™ - STRONG
This class combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Each session you will burn calories while toning arms, legs, abs and glutes. As part of your high-intensity sweat session, you'll hit the floor for some core exercises as well.About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and Tabata Fitness. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water!Make Up Date: tbaAll winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 10th and end the week of March 14th.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Advanced 1
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
Friday January 28, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Pitch Cards
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society- By appointment only
 
Saturday January 29, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
Monday January 31, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Let's Get Moving! - Let's get moving
Are you looking to improve balance, flexibility, muscular strength, range of motion & have some fun at the same time?This class will get you moving using a mix of yoga, fitness & dance all done on a chair or using the chair for support while standing. Instructed by Mary Sylvestri All winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin January 10 and will end on March 28
 
12:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Chorus
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Yoga - Yoga
Our yoga classes are all about relaxation! If you are looking for a moving meditation, a full body workout, more flexibility, or just an hour of peace, you will find it all with Yoga.  All you need is your body in comfortable clothes and a Yoga mat.  Classes are open to all levels and will be modified according to student needs and goals.Monday Evening Instructor: Karla Desjardins
 
Tuesday February 1, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Rummikub
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Levels
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Monitor My Health - Monitor My Health
This program is completely FREE and is grant funded by Senior Resources Agency on Aging Classes begin January 4th 10:30am - 11:30am What you will receive:• In-Group Sessions Led by a Certified Lifestyle Coach• Aerobic exercise sessions• Individual consultations with a Registered Dietician• Blood pressure, blood sugar, Body Mass IndexscreeningWith the help of a certified Lifestyle Coach you can:• Live a healthy lifestyle: nutrition & exercise• Prevent diabetes & heart disease• Reduce need for medication• Control blood pressure• Achieve healthy weight• Lower blood sugar & cholesterol• Manage stress
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Bingo
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    Tabata Fitness - Tabata Fitness
Tabata training includes a 20-second exercise followed by a 10-second rest, repeated eight times in a row. A variety of total body conditioning that will involve strength and cardio exercise. This class is designed to target all major muscles groups in a variety of ways. Tuesday & Wednesday classes will be different exercises!About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and STRONG Nation™. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water! All winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 10th and end the week of March 14th.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Anime Club - Anime Club
Ages 12-15 can watch Anime clips, draw anime characters, and talk about their favorite characters and movies. They can also learn Kanji letters and sentences in Japanese using Latin alphabet. Play anime inspired games and enjoy Japanese treats.This program has been delayed by 3 weeks. This program will begin the week of January 25 and end the week of March 15.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Intermediate (Session 1)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Adult Basketball - Fast Break 18+
This is an adult basketball league open to all adults of any and all skill levels. It is a great way to get exercise, practice skill, have fun, and have some social interaction.18+ Fast Break- All players are invited to participate-from beginners to advanced. Teams will be picked every Tuesday based on the players that are in attendance.  At the time of publication face coverings are required while inside the school buildingsAll winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 11 and end the week of March 15
 
Wednesday February 2, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Pitch Card Players
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Scrabble
Pinecone Bird Feeders, Wed. Jan. 26:  This has become a staple class for the month of January for the last 5 years.  Fun and easy, come and stuff some pinecones with peanut butter then cover them with birdseed.  String a few together, then hang in a tree for your feathered friends to enjoy!  Your pinecones can be refilled as needed.  This is a relaxing and enjoyable class. Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Jan. 27:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “The Healthcare Divide.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by FRONTLINE and NPR, reads: “FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19. The documentary examines how pressure to increase profits and uneven government support is widening the divide between rich and poor hospitals, endangering care for the most needy.” The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. FEB. 2:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. FEB 2:  In this class, we’ll be stocking up on Birthday cards.  The card will be a pre-designed creation that you will color and put together.  This design was created by one of my regular class attendees, Sherry.  I loved it so much, I asked her permission to offer it in class.  Thanks for the idea, Sherry!Trivia With Friends, Wed. Feb. 9th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Danish Hearts, Thurs. Feb. 10th:  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, come and create these fabulous woven Danish hearts.  They open in the middle so you can place a few chocolate treats inside if you wish.  They can also be tucked inside of a greeting card, or used as a unique Valentines Day card! Origami Bow, Wed. Feb. 16th:  What a lovely way to custom-decorate a gift!  This bow is not actually “origami” in the strictest sense of the word, but rather “kirigami.”  The difference between the two is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, gluing, or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting; glue is allowed too. This model is fairly easy to complete, and comes out looking quite nice. Stretch Bracelets, Thurs. Feb. 17th:  Come and design your own piece of bling!  We will use stretch cord to string our beads on;  I have tons of really nice beads here in the craft room!  These bracelets also make great gifts for your jewelry-loving family or friends.  $3.00 each.Weaving 101, Wed. Feb. 23rd:  In this class we will weave a piece that is the perfect size for a mug coaster; you could also use it as a mini wall hanging.  Using a cardboard loom and various yarn colors, I’ll show you how to create your project.  This is sure to be a fun class!  $2.00 for the class.Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Feb. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “Cracking The Koala Code.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NATURE, reads: “From the miracle of marsupial birth to tender moments of discovery between mother and newborn joey, encounters with threatening forest creatures, battles between rival males and the complex chorus of bellows and grunts that have become so important to science — join leading scientists as they unravel just what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas by listening to these marsupials.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed MAR. 2nd:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. MAR. 3rd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps, different colored inks, paper punches, colored pencils and markers, and other goodies  for you to work with to.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!  Come on in and create your own original greeting cards!     
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Beginner (Session 1)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
Thursday February 3, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Card Making
Pinecone Bird Feeders, Wed. Jan. 26:  This has become a staple class for the month of January for the last 5 years.  Fun and easy, come and stuff some pinecones with peanut butter then cover them with birdseed.  String a few together, then hang in a tree for your feathered friends to enjoy!  Your pinecones can be refilled as needed.  This is a relaxing and enjoyable class. Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Jan. 27:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “The Healthcare Divide.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by FRONTLINE and NPR, reads: “FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19. The documentary examines how pressure to increase profits and uneven government support is widening the divide between rich and poor hospitals, endangering care for the most needy.” The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. FEB. 2:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. FEB 2:  In this class, we’ll be stocking up on Birthday cards.  The card will be a pre-designed creation that you will color and put together.  This design was created by one of my regular class attendees, Sherry.  I loved it so much, I asked her permission to offer it in class.  Thanks for the idea, Sherry!Trivia With Friends, Wed. Feb. 9th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Danish Hearts, Thurs. Feb. 10th:  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, come and create these fabulous woven Danish hearts.  They open in the middle so you can place a few chocolate treats inside if you wish.  They can also be tucked inside of a greeting card, or used as a unique Valentines Day card! Origami Bow, Wed. Feb. 16th:  What a lovely way to custom-decorate a gift!  This bow is not actually “origami” in the strictest sense of the word, but rather “kirigami.”  The difference between the two is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, gluing, or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting; glue is allowed too. This model is fairly easy to complete, and comes out looking quite nice. Stretch Bracelets, Thurs. Feb. 17th:  Come and design your own piece of bling!  We will use stretch cord to string our beads on;  I have tons of really nice beads here in the craft room!  These bracelets also make great gifts for your jewelry-loving family or friends.  $3.00 each.Weaving 101, Wed. Feb. 23rd:  In this class we will weave a piece that is the perfect size for a mug coaster; you could also use it as a mini wall hanging.  Using a cardboard loom and various yarn colors, I’ll show you how to create your project.  This is sure to be a fun class!  $2.00 for the class.Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Feb. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “Cracking The Koala Code.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NATURE, reads: “From the miracle of marsupial birth to tender moments of discovery between mother and newborn joey, encounters with threatening forest creatures, battles between rival males and the complex chorus of bellows and grunts that have become so important to science — join leading scientists as they unravel just what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas by listening to these marsupials.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed MAR. 2nd:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. MAR. 3rd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps, different colored inks, paper punches, colored pencils and markers, and other goodies  for you to work with to.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!  Come on in and create your own original greeting cards!     
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Ooey Gooey Science 2.0! - Ooey Gooey Science
Children ages 7-12 will be guided into all things sticky, gooey, bubbly, and exciting. They will get to experience the differences between liquids, solids, and gases in a fun exciting messy way you won't have to clean up at home. Experiments will be new and exciting like 3 foot long rainbows, exploding snowman, catapults, diy bouncey balls, fun with balloons, slime and a few other surprises. All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 20th and end the week of February 24th.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Crazy Fun Club - Crazy Fun Club
Children ages 7-12  can participate in a variety of different themed activities each week. The activities will be centered around team building, social interaction, confidence building, and pure fun. From week to week we will play games, make bead creations, or make a fun art projects. There is something for everyone in this club!All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 18th and end the week of February 22nd.
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    STRONG Nation™ - STRONG
This class combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Each session you will burn calories while toning arms, legs, abs and glutes. As part of your high-intensity sweat session, you'll hit the floor for some core exercises as well.About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and Tabata Fitness. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water!Make Up Date: tbaAll winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 10th and end the week of March 14th.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Advanced 1
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
Friday February 4, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Pitch Cards
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society- By appointment only
 
Saturday February 5, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
Monday February 7, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Let's Get Moving! - Let's get moving
Are you looking to improve balance, flexibility, muscular strength, range of motion & have some fun at the same time?This class will get you moving using a mix of yoga, fitness & dance all done on a chair or using the chair for support while standing. Instructed by Mary Sylvestri All winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin January 10 and will end on March 28
 
12:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Chorus
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Yoga - Yoga
Our yoga classes are all about relaxation! If you are looking for a moving meditation, a full body workout, more flexibility, or just an hour of peace, you will find it all with Yoga.  All you need is your body in comfortable clothes and a Yoga mat.  Classes are open to all levels and will be modified according to student needs and goals.Monday Evening Instructor: Karla Desjardins
 
Tuesday February 8, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Rummikub
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Levels
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Monitor My Health - Monitor My Health
This program is completely FREE and is grant funded by Senior Resources Agency on Aging Classes begin January 4th 10:30am - 11:30am What you will receive:• In-Group Sessions Led by a Certified Lifestyle Coach• Aerobic exercise sessions• Individual consultations with a Registered Dietician• Blood pressure, blood sugar, Body Mass IndexscreeningWith the help of a certified Lifestyle Coach you can:• Live a healthy lifestyle: nutrition & exercise• Prevent diabetes & heart disease• Reduce need for medication• Control blood pressure• Achieve healthy weight• Lower blood sugar & cholesterol• Manage stress
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Bingo
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    Tabata Fitness - Tabata Fitness
Tabata training includes a 20-second exercise followed by a 10-second rest, repeated eight times in a row. A variety of total body conditioning that will involve strength and cardio exercise. This class is designed to target all major muscles groups in a variety of ways. Tuesday & Wednesday classes will be different exercises!About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and STRONG Nation™. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water! All winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 10th and end the week of March 14th.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Anime Club - Anime Club
Ages 12-15 can watch Anime clips, draw anime characters, and talk about their favorite characters and movies. They can also learn Kanji letters and sentences in Japanese using Latin alphabet. Play anime inspired games and enjoy Japanese treats.This program has been delayed by 3 weeks. This program will begin the week of January 25 and end the week of March 15.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Intermediate (Session 1)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Adult Basketball - Fast Break 18+
This is an adult basketball league open to all adults of any and all skill levels. It is a great way to get exercise, practice skill, have fun, and have some social interaction.18+ Fast Break- All players are invited to participate-from beginners to advanced. Teams will be picked every Tuesday based on the players that are in attendance.  At the time of publication face coverings are required while inside the school buildingsAll winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 11 and end the week of March 15
 
Wednesday February 9, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Pitch Card Players
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Trivia With Friends
Pinecone Bird Feeders, Wed. Jan. 26:  This has become a staple class for the month of January for the last 5 years.  Fun and easy, come and stuff some pinecones with peanut butter then cover them with birdseed.  String a few together, then hang in a tree for your feathered friends to enjoy!  Your pinecones can be refilled as needed.  This is a relaxing and enjoyable class. Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Jan. 27:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “The Healthcare Divide.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by FRONTLINE and NPR, reads: “FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19. The documentary examines how pressure to increase profits and uneven government support is widening the divide between rich and poor hospitals, endangering care for the most needy.” The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. FEB. 2:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. FEB 2:  In this class, we’ll be stocking up on Birthday cards.  The card will be a pre-designed creation that you will color and put together.  This design was created by one of my regular class attendees, Sherry.  I loved it so much, I asked her permission to offer it in class.  Thanks for the idea, Sherry!Trivia With Friends, Wed. Feb. 9th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Danish Hearts, Thurs. Feb. 10th:  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, come and create these fabulous woven Danish hearts.  They open in the middle so you can place a few chocolate treats inside if you wish.  They can also be tucked inside of a greeting card, or used as a unique Valentines Day card! Origami Bow, Wed. Feb. 16th:  What a lovely way to custom-decorate a gift!  This bow is not actually “origami” in the strictest sense of the word, but rather “kirigami.”  The difference between the two is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, gluing, or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting; glue is allowed too. This model is fairly easy to complete, and comes out looking quite nice. Stretch Bracelets, Thurs. Feb. 17th:  Come and design your own piece of bling!  We will use stretch cord to string our beads on;  I have tons of really nice beads here in the craft room!  These bracelets also make great gifts for your jewelry-loving family or friends.  $3.00 each.Weaving 101, Wed. Feb. 23rd:  In this class we will weave a piece that is the perfect size for a mug coaster; you could also use it as a mini wall hanging.  Using a cardboard loom and various yarn colors, I’ll show you how to create your project.  This is sure to be a fun class!  $2.00 for the class.Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Feb. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “Cracking The Koala Code.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NATURE, reads: “From the miracle of marsupial birth to tender moments of discovery between mother and newborn joey, encounters with threatening forest creatures, battles between rival males and the complex chorus of bellows and grunts that have become so important to science — join leading scientists as they unravel just what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas by listening to these marsupials.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed MAR. 2nd:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. MAR. 3rd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps, different colored inks, paper punches, colored pencils and markers, and other goodies  for you to work with to.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!  Come on in and create your own original greeting cards!     
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Beginner (Session 1)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
Thursday February 10, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Valentine Activity bag - Valentine Activity Bag
This Valentines we are passing out some fun! Children grades 1st-5th may stop by and get a free Valentines Day grab bag! These grab bags will be filled with all sorts of surprises like  stem experiments, candy, activity pages, games, and a few other fun valentines surprises! Bags will be available for pick up in the recreation office from 8:30am-4:30pm February 10th, 11th, and 14th!   
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Danish Hearts
Pinecone Bird Feeders, Wed. Jan. 26:  This has become a staple class for the month of January for the last 5 years.  Fun and easy, come and stuff some pinecones with peanut butter then cover them with birdseed.  String a few together, then hang in a tree for your feathered friends to enjoy!  Your pinecones can be refilled as needed.  This is a relaxing and enjoyable class. Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Jan. 27:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “The Healthcare Divide.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by FRONTLINE and NPR, reads: “FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19. The documentary examines how pressure to increase profits and uneven government support is widening the divide between rich and poor hospitals, endangering care for the most needy.” The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. FEB. 2:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. FEB 2:  In this class, we’ll be stocking up on Birthday cards.  The card will be a pre-designed creation that you will color and put together.  This design was created by one of my regular class attendees, Sherry.  I loved it so much, I asked her permission to offer it in class.  Thanks for the idea, Sherry!Trivia With Friends, Wed. Feb. 9th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Danish Hearts, Thurs. Feb. 10th:  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, come and create these fabulous woven Danish hearts.  They open in the middle so you can place a few chocolate treats inside if you wish.  They can also be tucked inside of a greeting card, or used as a unique Valentines Day card! Origami Bow, Wed. Feb. 16th:  What a lovely way to custom-decorate a gift!  This bow is not actually “origami” in the strictest sense of the word, but rather “kirigami.”  The difference between the two is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, gluing, or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting; glue is allowed too. This model is fairly easy to complete, and comes out looking quite nice. Stretch Bracelets, Thurs. Feb. 17th:  Come and design your own piece of bling!  We will use stretch cord to string our beads on;  I have tons of really nice beads here in the craft room!  These bracelets also make great gifts for your jewelry-loving family or friends.  $3.00 each.Weaving 101, Wed. Feb. 23rd:  In this class we will weave a piece that is the perfect size for a mug coaster; you could also use it as a mini wall hanging.  Using a cardboard loom and various yarn colors, I’ll show you how to create your project.  This is sure to be a fun class!  $2.00 for the class.Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Feb. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “Cracking The Koala Code.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NATURE, reads: “From the miracle of marsupial birth to tender moments of discovery between mother and newborn joey, encounters with threatening forest creatures, battles between rival males and the complex chorus of bellows and grunts that have become so important to science — join leading scientists as they unravel just what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas by listening to these marsupials.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed MAR. 2nd:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. MAR. 3rd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps, different colored inks, paper punches, colored pencils and markers, and other goodies  for you to work with to.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!  Come on in and create your own original greeting cards!     
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Ooey Gooey Science 2.0! - Ooey Gooey Science
Children ages 7-12 will be guided into all things sticky, gooey, bubbly, and exciting. They will get to experience the differences between liquids, solids, and gases in a fun exciting messy way you won't have to clean up at home. Experiments will be new and exciting like 3 foot long rainbows, exploding snowman, catapults, diy bouncey balls, fun with balloons, slime and a few other surprises. All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 20th and end the week of February 24th.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Crazy Fun Club - Crazy Fun Club
Children ages 7-12  can participate in a variety of different themed activities each week. The activities will be centered around team building, social interaction, confidence building, and pure fun. From week to week we will play games, make bead creations, or make a fun art projects. There is something for everyone in this club!All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 18th and end the week of February 22nd.
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    STRONG Nation™ - STRONG
This class combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Each session you will burn calories while toning arms, legs, abs and glutes. As part of your high-intensity sweat session, you'll hit the floor for some core exercises as well.About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and Tabata Fitness. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water!Make Up Date: tbaAll winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 10th and end the week of March 14th.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Advanced 1
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
Friday February 11, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Valentine Activity bag - Valentine Activity Bag
This Valentines we are passing out some fun! Children grades 1st-5th may stop by and get a free Valentines Day grab bag! These grab bags will be filled with all sorts of surprises like  stem experiments, candy, activity pages, games, and a few other fun valentines surprises! Bags will be available for pick up in the recreation office from 8:30am-4:30pm February 10th, 11th, and 14th!   
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Pitch Cards
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    HeArt in Mind Designs Paint Night - Paint Night
If you love to paint or want to try a paint class, Tara form HeArt in Mind Designs is hosting a paint night for painters of every level of skill. All supplies are provided to make a 16x20 canvas heart themed painting. This paint night is for painters 12 and up. So come as a couple, as friends, as a family fun activity, or on your own either way you will fun! REGISTRATION FEES ARE NOT REFUNDABLEIf for any reason you are unable to attend after you paid class registration fee; we will be happy to make arrangements for you to pick up a kit after the class takes place. Brushes will not be included in take home kits.
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society- By appointment only
 
Saturday February 12, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Winter Waterland - Winter Waterland
Town Hall Pool Winter Event. There will games and activities for all ages. Some of the Games Include:*Frozen T-shirt Contest*Narwhal Ring Toss*Hat & Mitten Relay*Snowman Build*Snowball raceThis is a FREE event and will be part of the Saturday Family Swim 1pm-3pm.Pre-registration is not required but encouraged.
 
Sunday February 13, 2022
6:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pancake Breakfast
 
Monday February 14, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Valentine Activity bag - Valentine Activity Bag
This Valentines we are passing out some fun! Children grades 1st-5th may stop by and get a free Valentines Day grab bag! These grab bags will be filled with all sorts of surprises like  stem experiments, candy, activity pages, games, and a few other fun valentines surprises! Bags will be available for pick up in the recreation office from 8:30am-4:30pm February 10th, 11th, and 14th!   
 
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Let's Get Moving! - Let's get moving
Are you looking to improve balance, flexibility, muscular strength, range of motion & have some fun at the same time?This class will get you moving using a mix of yoga, fitness & dance all done on a chair or using the chair for support while standing. Instructed by Mary Sylvestri All winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin January 10 and will end on March 28
 
12:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Chorus
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Valentine's Day Pizza Party - Valentien's Day Pizza Party
Children ages 6-11 years old can have a fun night with pizza, snacks, games, and crafts while the adults get to go out on their own Valentine's Date.
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Yoga - Yoga
Our yoga classes are all about relaxation! If you are looking for a moving meditation, a full body workout, more flexibility, or just an hour of peace, you will find it all with Yoga.  All you need is your body in comfortable clothes and a Yoga mat.  Classes are open to all levels and will be modified according to student needs and goals.Monday Evening Instructor: Karla Desjardins
 
Tuesday February 15, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Rummikub
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Levels
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Monitor My Health - Monitor My Health
This program is completely FREE and is grant funded by Senior Resources Agency on Aging Classes begin January 4th 10:30am - 11:30am What you will receive:• In-Group Sessions Led by a Certified Lifestyle Coach• Aerobic exercise sessions• Individual consultations with a Registered Dietician• Blood pressure, blood sugar, Body Mass IndexscreeningWith the help of a certified Lifestyle Coach you can:• Live a healthy lifestyle: nutrition & exercise• Prevent diabetes & heart disease• Reduce need for medication• Control blood pressure• Achieve healthy weight• Lower blood sugar & cholesterol• Manage stress
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Bingo
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    Tabata Fitness - Tabata Fitness
Tabata training includes a 20-second exercise followed by a 10-second rest, repeated eight times in a row. A variety of total body conditioning that will involve strength and cardio exercise. This class is designed to target all major muscles groups in a variety of ways. Tuesday & Wednesday classes will be different exercises!About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and STRONG Nation™. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water! All winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 10th and end the week of March 14th.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Anime Club - Anime Club
Ages 12-15 can watch Anime clips, draw anime characters, and talk about their favorite characters and movies. They can also learn Kanji letters and sentences in Japanese using Latin alphabet. Play anime inspired games and enjoy Japanese treats.This program has been delayed by 3 weeks. This program will begin the week of January 25 and end the week of March 15.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Intermediate (Session 1)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Adult Basketball - Fast Break 18+
This is an adult basketball league open to all adults of any and all skill levels. It is a great way to get exercise, practice skill, have fun, and have some social interaction.18+ Fast Break- All players are invited to participate-from beginners to advanced. Teams will be picked every Tuesday based on the players that are in attendance.  At the time of publication face coverings are required while inside the school buildingsAll winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 11 and end the week of March 15
 
Wednesday February 16, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Pitch Card Players
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Origami Bow
Pinecone Bird Feeders, Wed. Jan. 26:  This has become a staple class for the month of January for the last 5 years.  Fun and easy, come and stuff some pinecones with peanut butter then cover them with birdseed.  String a few together, then hang in a tree for your feathered friends to enjoy!  Your pinecones can be refilled as needed.  This is a relaxing and enjoyable class. Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Jan. 27:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “The Healthcare Divide.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by FRONTLINE and NPR, reads: “FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19. The documentary examines how pressure to increase profits and uneven government support is widening the divide between rich and poor hospitals, endangering care for the most needy.” The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. FEB. 2:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. FEB 2:  In this class, we’ll be stocking up on Birthday cards.  The card will be a pre-designed creation that you will color and put together.  This design was created by one of my regular class attendees, Sherry.  I loved it so much, I asked her permission to offer it in class.  Thanks for the idea, Sherry!Trivia With Friends, Wed. Feb. 9th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Danish Hearts, Thurs. Feb. 10th:  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, come and create these fabulous woven Danish hearts.  They open in the middle so you can place a few chocolate treats inside if you wish.  They can also be tucked inside of a greeting card, or used as a unique Valentines Day card! Origami Bow, Wed. Feb. 16th:  What a lovely way to custom-decorate a gift!  This bow is not actually “origami” in the strictest sense of the word, but rather “kirigami.”  The difference between the two is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, gluing, or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting; glue is allowed too. This model is fairly easy to complete, and comes out looking quite nice. Stretch Bracelets, Thurs. Feb. 17th:  Come and design your own piece of bling!  We will use stretch cord to string our beads on;  I have tons of really nice beads here in the craft room!  These bracelets also make great gifts for your jewelry-loving family or friends.  $3.00 each.Weaving 101, Wed. Feb. 23rd:  In this class we will weave a piece that is the perfect size for a mug coaster; you could also use it as a mini wall hanging.  Using a cardboard loom and various yarn colors, I’ll show you how to create your project.  This is sure to be a fun class!  $2.00 for the class.Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Feb. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “Cracking The Koala Code.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NATURE, reads: “From the miracle of marsupial birth to tender moments of discovery between mother and newborn joey, encounters with threatening forest creatures, battles between rival males and the complex chorus of bellows and grunts that have become so important to science — join leading scientists as they unravel just what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas by listening to these marsupials.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed MAR. 2nd:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. MAR. 3rd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps, different colored inks, paper punches, colored pencils and markers, and other goodies  for you to work with to.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!  Come on in and create your own original greeting cards!     
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Women's Club
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Beginner (Session 1)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
Thursday February 17, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Stretch Bracelets
Pinecone Bird Feeders, Wed. Jan. 26:  This has become a staple class for the month of January for the last 5 years.  Fun and easy, come and stuff some pinecones with peanut butter then cover them with birdseed.  String a few together, then hang in a tree for your feathered friends to enjoy!  Your pinecones can be refilled as needed.  This is a relaxing and enjoyable class. Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Jan. 27:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “The Healthcare Divide.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by FRONTLINE and NPR, reads: “FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19. The documentary examines how pressure to increase profits and uneven government support is widening the divide between rich and poor hospitals, endangering care for the most needy.” The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. FEB. 2:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. FEB 2:  In this class, we’ll be stocking up on Birthday cards.  The card will be a pre-designed creation that you will color and put together.  This design was created by one of my regular class attendees, Sherry.  I loved it so much, I asked her permission to offer it in class.  Thanks for the idea, Sherry!Trivia With Friends, Wed. Feb. 9th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Danish Hearts, Thurs. Feb. 10th:  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, come and create these fabulous woven Danish hearts.  They open in the middle so you can place a few chocolate treats inside if you wish.  They can also be tucked inside of a greeting card, or used as a unique Valentines Day card! Origami Bow, Wed. Feb. 16th:  What a lovely way to custom-decorate a gift!  This bow is not actually “origami” in the strictest sense of the word, but rather “kirigami.”  The difference between the two is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, gluing, or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting; glue is allowed too. This model is fairly easy to complete, and comes out looking quite nice. Stretch Bracelets, Thurs. Feb. 17th:  Come and design your own piece of bling!  We will use stretch cord to string our beads on;  I have tons of really nice beads here in the craft room!  These bracelets also make great gifts for your jewelry-loving family or friends.  $3.00 each.Weaving 101, Wed. Feb. 23rd:  In this class we will weave a piece that is the perfect size for a mug coaster; you could also use it as a mini wall hanging.  Using a cardboard loom and various yarn colors, I’ll show you how to create your project.  This is sure to be a fun class!  $2.00 for the class.Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Feb. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “Cracking The Koala Code.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NATURE, reads: “From the miracle of marsupial birth to tender moments of discovery between mother and newborn joey, encounters with threatening forest creatures, battles between rival males and the complex chorus of bellows and grunts that have become so important to science — join leading scientists as they unravel just what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas by listening to these marsupials.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed MAR. 2nd:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. MAR. 3rd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps, different colored inks, paper punches, colored pencils and markers, and other goodies  for you to work with to.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!  Come on in and create your own original greeting cards!     
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Senior Movies
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Ooey Gooey Science 2.0! - Ooey Gooey Science
Children ages 7-12 will be guided into all things sticky, gooey, bubbly, and exciting. They will get to experience the differences between liquids, solids, and gases in a fun exciting messy way you won't have to clean up at home. Experiments will be new and exciting like 3 foot long rainbows, exploding snowman, catapults, diy bouncey balls, fun with balloons, slime and a few other surprises. All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 20th and end the week of February 24th.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Crazy Fun Club - Crazy Fun Club
Children ages 7-12  can participate in a variety of different themed activities each week. The activities will be centered around team building, social interaction, confidence building, and pure fun. From week to week we will play games, make bead creations, or make a fun art projects. There is something for everyone in this club!All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 18th and end the week of February 22nd.
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    STRONG Nation™ - STRONG
This class combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Each session you will burn calories while toning arms, legs, abs and glutes. As part of your high-intensity sweat session, you'll hit the floor for some core exercises as well.About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and Tabata Fitness. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water!Make Up Date: tbaAll winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 10th and end the week of March 14th.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Advanced 1
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
Friday February 18, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Pitch Cards
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society- By appointment only
 
Saturday February 19, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
Monday February 21, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
12:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Chorus
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Tuesday February 22, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Rummikub
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Levels
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Monitor My Health - Monitor My Health
This program is completely FREE and is grant funded by Senior Resources Agency on Aging Classes begin January 4th 10:30am - 11:30am What you will receive:• In-Group Sessions Led by a Certified Lifestyle Coach• Aerobic exercise sessions• Individual consultations with a Registered Dietician• Blood pressure, blood sugar, Body Mass IndexscreeningWith the help of a certified Lifestyle Coach you can:• Live a healthy lifestyle: nutrition & exercise• Prevent diabetes & heart disease• Reduce need for medication• Control blood pressure• Achieve healthy weight• Lower blood sugar & cholesterol• Manage stress
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Bingo
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    Tabata Fitness - Tabata Fitness
Tabata training includes a 20-second exercise followed by a 10-second rest, repeated eight times in a row. A variety of total body conditioning that will involve strength and cardio exercise. This class is designed to target all major muscles groups in a variety of ways. Tuesday & Wednesday classes will be different exercises!About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and STRONG Nation™. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water! All winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 10th and end the week of March 14th.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Anime Club - Anime Club
Ages 12-15 can watch Anime clips, draw anime characters, and talk about their favorite characters and movies. They can also learn Kanji letters and sentences in Japanese using Latin alphabet. Play anime inspired games and enjoy Japanese treats.This program has been delayed by 3 weeks. This program will begin the week of January 25 and end the week of March 15.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Intermediate (Session 1)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Adult Basketball - Fast Break 18+
This is an adult basketball league open to all adults of any and all skill levels. It is a great way to get exercise, practice skill, have fun, and have some social interaction.18+ Fast Break- All players are invited to participate-from beginners to advanced. Teams will be picked every Tuesday based on the players that are in attendance.  At the time of publication face coverings are required while inside the school buildingsAll winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 11 and end the week of March 15
 
Wednesday February 23, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Pitch Card Players
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Weaving 101
Pinecone Bird Feeders, Wed. Jan. 26:  This has become a staple class for the month of January for the last 5 years.  Fun and easy, come and stuff some pinecones with peanut butter then cover them with birdseed.  String a few together, then hang in a tree for your feathered friends to enjoy!  Your pinecones can be refilled as needed.  This is a relaxing and enjoyable class. Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Jan. 27:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “The Healthcare Divide.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by FRONTLINE and NPR, reads: “FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19. The documentary examines how pressure to increase profits and uneven government support is widening the divide between rich and poor hospitals, endangering care for the most needy.” The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. FEB. 2:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. FEB 2:  In this class, we’ll be stocking up on Birthday cards.  The card will be a pre-designed creation that you will color and put together.  This design was created by one of my regular class attendees, Sherry.  I loved it so much, I asked her permission to offer it in class.  Thanks for the idea, Sherry!Trivia With Friends, Wed. Feb. 9th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Danish Hearts, Thurs. Feb. 10th:  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, come and create these fabulous woven Danish hearts.  They open in the middle so you can place a few chocolate treats inside if you wish.  They can also be tucked inside of a greeting card, or used as a unique Valentines Day card! Origami Bow, Wed. Feb. 16th:  What a lovely way to custom-decorate a gift!  This bow is not actually “origami” in the strictest sense of the word, but rather “kirigami.”  The difference between the two is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, gluing, or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting; glue is allowed too. This model is fairly easy to complete, and comes out looking quite nice. Stretch Bracelets, Thurs. Feb. 17th:  Come and design your own piece of bling!  We will use stretch cord to string our beads on;  I have tons of really nice beads here in the craft room!  These bracelets also make great gifts for your jewelry-loving family or friends.  $3.00 each.Weaving 101, Wed. Feb. 23rd:  In this class we will weave a piece that is the perfect size for a mug coaster; you could also use it as a mini wall hanging.  Using a cardboard loom and various yarn colors, I’ll show you how to create your project.  This is sure to be a fun class!  $2.00 for the class.Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Feb. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “Cracking The Koala Code.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NATURE, reads: “From the miracle of marsupial birth to tender moments of discovery between mother and newborn joey, encounters with threatening forest creatures, battles between rival males and the complex chorus of bellows and grunts that have become so important to science — join leading scientists as they unravel just what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas by listening to these marsupials.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed MAR. 2nd:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. MAR. 3rd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps, different colored inks, paper punches, colored pencils and markers, and other goodies  for you to work with to.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!  Come on in and create your own original greeting cards!     
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Beginner (Session 1)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
Thursday February 24, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Learning Through Documentaries
Pinecone Bird Feeders, Wed. Jan. 26:  This has become a staple class for the month of January for the last 5 years.  Fun and easy, come and stuff some pinecones with peanut butter then cover them with birdseed.  String a few together, then hang in a tree for your feathered friends to enjoy!  Your pinecones can be refilled as needed.  This is a relaxing and enjoyable class. Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Jan. 27:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “The Healthcare Divide.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by FRONTLINE and NPR, reads: “FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19. The documentary examines how pressure to increase profits and uneven government support is widening the divide between rich and poor hospitals, endangering care for the most needy.” The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. FEB. 2:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. FEB 2:  In this class, we’ll be stocking up on Birthday cards.  The card will be a pre-designed creation that you will color and put together.  This design was created by one of my regular class attendees, Sherry.  I loved it so much, I asked her permission to offer it in class.  Thanks for the idea, Sherry!Trivia With Friends, Wed. Feb. 9th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Danish Hearts, Thurs. Feb. 10th:  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, come and create these fabulous woven Danish hearts.  They open in the middle so you can place a few chocolate treats inside if you wish.  They can also be tucked inside of a greeting card, or used as a unique Valentines Day card! Origami Bow, Wed. Feb. 16th:  What a lovely way to custom-decorate a gift!  This bow is not actually “origami” in the strictest sense of the word, but rather “kirigami.”  The difference between the two is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, gluing, or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting; glue is allowed too. This model is fairly easy to complete, and comes out looking quite nice. Stretch Bracelets, Thurs. Feb. 17th:  Come and design your own piece of bling!  We will use stretch cord to string our beads on;  I have tons of really nice beads here in the craft room!  These bracelets also make great gifts for your jewelry-loving family or friends.  $3.00 each.Weaving 101, Wed. Feb. 23rd:  In this class we will weave a piece that is the perfect size for a mug coaster; you could also use it as a mini wall hanging.  Using a cardboard loom and various yarn colors, I’ll show you how to create your project.  This is sure to be a fun class!  $2.00 for the class.Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Feb. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled  “Cracking The Koala Code.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NATURE, reads: “From the miracle of marsupial birth to tender moments of discovery between mother and newborn joey, encounters with threatening forest creatures, battles between rival males and the complex chorus of bellows and grunts that have become so important to science — join leading scientists as they unravel just what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas by listening to these marsupials.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed MAR. 2nd:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. MAR. 3rd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps, different colored inks, paper punches, colored pencils and markers, and other goodies  for you to work with to.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!  Come on in and create your own original greeting cards!     
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Ooey Gooey Science 2.0! - Ooey Gooey Science
Children ages 7-12 will be guided into all things sticky, gooey, bubbly, and exciting. They will get to experience the differences between liquids, solids, and gases in a fun exciting messy way you won't have to clean up at home. Experiments will be new and exciting like 3 foot long rainbows, exploding snowman, catapults, diy bouncey balls, fun with balloons, slime and a few other surprises. All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 20th and end the week of February 24th.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM    Crazy Fun Club - Crazy Fun Club
Children ages 7-12  can participate in a variety of different themed activities each week. The activities will be centered around team building, social interaction, confidence building, and pure fun. From week to week we will play games, make bead creations, or make a fun art projects. There is something for everyone in this club!All youth winter programs have been delayed by two weeks. This program will begin the week of January 18th and end the week of February 22nd.
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    STRONG Nation™ - STRONG
This class combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Each session you will burn calories while toning arms, legs, abs and glutes. As part of your high-intensity sweat session, you'll hit the floor for some core exercises as well.About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and Tabata Fitness. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water!Make Up Date: tbaAll winter programs have been delayed by one week. This program will begin the week of January 10th and end the week of March 14th.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Advanced 1
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Line Dancing is delayed until the week of January 24 due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and instructor scheduling conflicts.  Please see below for updated program dates.
 
Friday February 25, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Pitch Cards
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society- By appointment only
 
Saturday February 26, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.