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through excellence in programs, parks, facilities and services.
February 2021
Check out what programs Park District Staff is recommending.
Don't delay - register today!
Tuesday, Feb 2-Mar 9  |  Ages 4-6

This is an introduction to ballet class. Participants will learn ballet terminology paired with the proper positions and steps in a positive and nurturing environment. Classes will run in-person or virtually based on current mitigations when class is scheduled to begin.

Recommended by:
Rosie Edwards
Aquatics, Dance and
Adventure Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 

This is a great class to introduce young ones into their first dance class. Ms. Samantha is an enthusiastic and experienced teacher who loves to share her passion for ballet and dance.

with All Star Sports Instruction
Friday, Feb 5-Mar 19  |  Ages 3-5

This league is focused on the fun, action-packed and challenging sport of baseball! The focus will be on learning the rules, the mechanics of throwing, fielding, base-running and batting. Every player will get the opportunity to play each position as teams are kept small so that there is no sitting while players are in the field defensively.  

Recommended by:
Cayla Greenfield
Sportsplex Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
This league is a great way to introduce the game of baseball to your child with the emphasis on being part of a team and learning the mechanics of baseball.
Friday, February 5  |  Ages 5-10
In a world where kids are coming off virtual learning, face-to-face communication is getting harder for them. Through an incredibly fun and high energy workshop, kids will have the chance to improve their communication and public speaking skills via dramatizations and games.

Recommended by:
Alex Weidner
Aquatics and Youth Programs Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
Communication for all ages is so important, but for kids who have had to learn to 'hang' with their friends over zoom, it's been an adjustment. This class provides activities to improve their social skills while having a fun time!
February 6-14   |   All Ages

Is there a special someone who lights up your life? Take your valentine on a FREE magical evening stroll through beautifully-lit Pottawatomie Park on February 6-14. Dress for the weather. 

Enhance your experience on Feb. 12 with a mini photo shoot near the historic pavilion for only $12 and/or a $5 "Struck by Cupid" heart-shaped sign with a personal message. Photo time slots available from 5:30-8pm. Advance registration required by Feb. 11.

Recommended by:
Sabrina Hunley
Haines Gymnasium & River View Miniature Golf Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
This will be a great experience for couples, families and friends to stroll through the beautiful Pottawatomie Park. Everyone can get creative and have fun with a mini-photoshoot where they will receive a digital image and a valentines gift. It's the perfect outdoor activity to create some special memories with your valentine.
Monday, February 8   |   Ages 50+

Say "Cheers" to today with your besties as you paint and make memories! Come paint a lovely seasonal selection on two lovely classis 13.5 oz. wine glasses.

Recommended by:
Lynne Yuill
Adult Activity Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
Who doesn't love a good glass of wine? Your newly painted wine glasses will be the perfect addition to your Valentine's Day celebration! The staff at Pinot's Palette are fantastic at encouraging each painter through the creative process.
Wednesday, February 10  |  Ages 11-19

Interested in streaming your next epic video game battle? Have a musical performance you want to share with an online audience? This class will show you the essentials on how to take your live streams to the next level!

Recommended by:
Dan Procaccio
Teen Center Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
Livestreaming has become a vital part of entertainment and human interaction. Whether you are livestreaming a Minecraft session on Twitch or broadcasting a rock concert to your Facebook page, the events of this past year have turned live streaming into a valuable and essential skillset for anyone looking to reach an audience.
Monday, February 15  |  Ages 5-10

Don't let screens take over this day off of school! Enjoy a morning of exploration as we do science experiments and meet the critters. Weather permitting, we will head outside, so bring your boots and snow pants for all the fun we have planned.

Recommended by:
Laura McCoy
Nature Education
Program Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
We all need a break and nature provides the perfect balance of activity and relaxation for your child. This morning at Hickory Knolls Discovery Center will be a great outdoor break for your cooped up kids.
St. Charles Park District
Main Phone: 630-513-6200  |  Park Safety: 630-513-4343  |  stcparks.org
BCC - Baker Community Center, 101 S. 2nd Street | 630-584-1055 
PCC - Pottawatomie Community Center, 8 North Avenue | 630-513-6200  
PGC - Pottawatomie Golf Course, 845 N. Second Avenue  |  630-584-8356 
HKDC - Hickory Knolls Discovery Center, 3795 Campton Hills Road | 630-513-4399 
STCU - STC Underground Teen Center, 101 S. 2nd Street | 630-513-4380
NRC - Norris Recreation Center, 1050 Dunham Road | 630-377-1405
Primrose Farm, 5N726 Crane Road | 630-513-4370
SPORT - Sportsplex, 1400 Foundry Street | 630-513-4388
HAIN - Haines Gymnasium, 305 S. 9th Street  |  630-513-4329 

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