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Activities at the Recreation Center This Week!

UPCOMING FREE EVENTS AT THE REC CENTER

6/11: Movie Under the Stars featuring The Lion King     More information

6/14: Rockin' the Ville featuring Boy Band Review     More information

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SUMMER PROGRAM REGISTRATION IS ENDING SOON!

Don't let your favorite programs, trips or classes fill up without you! Stop in today to register at 900 W. Romeo Road.

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YOUTH CLASSES YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS OUT ON!

 

Parent and Tot Open Gym for Gymnastics for ages 1 to 5 years

Parents can join their toddler as they run, jump, and tumble around with the help of gymnastics instructors.  This two hour open gym time is not a structured class; you may come for the entire two hours or drop in as you see fit.  Register at least 3 days prior to each open gym date.  Please wear comfortable clothing.     

Date: 6/18 from 12:30pm-2:30pm   Fee: $5/R - $8/NR

Musical Theater Camp for ages 5 to 12 years

In this nearly three-week intensive camp, participants will learn what it’s like to audition, sing, dance, act and create props/scenery from items easily found at home. Camp is designed for participants to learn all aspects of a theatre production in front of and behind the curtain. The musical will be decided the first day of class based on participant interest and demographic. A private performance will be held for family and friends on the last day of class Wednesday, August 1st. A public performance will be held at RomeoFest Thursday, August 2nd.

Date: 7/16 - 8/1 from 10am-2:30pm  Fee: $312/Res - $462/Non Res

Pop Singing Class for ages 6 to 14 years

For singers of all levels! This exciting camp is designed to develop individual vocal style, expand vocal range, and increase overall vocal ability while learning to sing and perform popular songs. This camp will culminate with a special performance. Please bring a long a snack.

Date: 6/18-6/22 from 9:30am-11:30am    Fee: $199/Res - $298/Non Res

Art Camp for ages 6 to 12 years

Join us for a week of fun exploring various forms of art. Each day will offer new and exciting art projects that will challenge participant’s creativity and imagination.

Date: 7/23-7/27 from 1:00pm-2:30pm    Fee: $150/Res - $225/Non Res

Cheer & Poms Clinic for ages 5 to 2 years

Give me an F, give me a U, give me an N. Go FUN! Get a headstart working on your technique by learning a short cheer and dance. Each participant will receive an award and a performance will be held on the last day of class. Bring a smile, a positive attitude, sunscreen, bug spray, water bottle and a sack lunch.

Date: 6/25-6/29 from 10am-2:30pm     Fee: $135/Res - $202/Non Res

OOEY GOOEY STICKY STEM for ages 5 to 12 years

Young Scientist — get outdoors and participate in a variety of experiments! Packed with exploring, discovering, and plenty of messes to build creativity, develop problem solving skills, and engage in learning with everyday household items. Participants receive a STEM certificate on the last day of class. Sunscreen, bug spray, a water bottle, and a sack lunch is required.

Date: 6/18-6/22 from 10am-2:30pm    Fee: $135/Res - $202/Non Res 

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We're Hiring at the Rec!

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The award-winning Village of Romeoville Parks & Recreation Department seeks detail minded, energetic staff. Applications are available at the Recreation Center located at 900 W. Romeo Road (Romeoville) & online.
CURRENTLY, WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
Day Camp Counselors
Program Instructors: Nature & Hiking / Cooking, Baking / Art, Photography, Fashion
Gymnastics Instructors (Gymnastics/Cheerleading/Tumbling)
Dance Instructors
Group Fitness Instructors

PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - Stop in at 900 W. Romeo Rd. or call 815.886.6222 today!

NEW HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Do you feel that your team can beat some of Will County's finest roller hockey players? If you have ice in your vein's the sign up your team for our Inaugural 3-on-3 Roller Hockey Classic. Each team will consist of 3 players and a roster of 4. Teams will play a round robin and then we will seed and have a single elimination tournament. Cash prizes for 1st and 2nd place in the tournament.

Date: 6/23   Fees: $80/Res - $120/ Non Res

Ages: 16 years and up

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Creative Play Preschool provides children with the opportunity to participate in activities which develop them socially, emotionally, and intellectually.

Classes are designed to encourage children to interact with a peer group, develop feelings of self-worth, attain self-control and responsibility, stimulate creativity, imagination and help initiate an interest in learning and discovery. Classrooms focus on an active learning environment geared towards developmentally appropriate curriculum to help students reach their full potential. Curriculum emphasizes the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors, pre-literacy, math, science and more!
All children must be toilet trained (except Fun with 2’s & 3’s). Birth certificates and the non-refundable deposit are required at registration.

Registration is going on now!

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Michael’s Pizza Celebrates 35 Years in Business Takes Pride in Going Green 

Michael’s Pizza is in the midst of their 35th year in business and 20th year at their current location (near the intersection of Weber Road & Romeo Road). Michael’s has always strived for the best quality, whether that means cooking with the best ingredients, offering name brand condiments, or using the best packaging options. About two years ago, they made a major upgrade in the packaging department that’s not just good for the customer, but also good for the planet: They went green. “Michaels Pizza has always tried to use quality packaging,” explains Mike Dillon, owner and namesake of Michael’s Pizza, “but we were using Styrofoam like everybody else. Styrofoam is cheap, but it doesn’t go anywhere. Once it’s manufactured, it’s on the earth to stay.” What he found instead was something made from the parts of sugar cane that aren’t used for anything else. The product is called a fiber container. It’s not only environmentally friendly, but also sturdier and compostable. Additionally, it maintains the quality of the food better during delivery. 

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