It is our mission to enrich the quality of life of Park District residents
through excellence in programs, parks, facilities and services.
January 2021
Check out what programs Park District Staff is recommending.
Don't delay - register today!
with All Star Sports Instruction
Days & Times Vary  |  Ages 7+

Need to work on your jump shot, hitting to the opposite field or perfecting your skills on a specific movement? Schedule an individual training today with experienced All Star Sports coaches. Sport options include: basketball, baseball, softball, football, track & field and speed & agility. 

Recommended by:
Cayla Greenfield
Sportsplex Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
We are here for you to provide an individualized training opportunity to improve different sporting skills! All Star coaching staff is ready to develop or improve your skills for you to use in the future!

Students will participate in YOGA and BREATHING exercises to relax and strengthen the mind and body, followed by ART to express and reflect. Building awareness, creativity and self-expression, this 4 week series is designed for preteens and teens. Class will be held virtually if needed.

Recommended by:
Lara Piner
Community Center Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
This class is a great option for any preteen or teen wanting strategies to relax the mind and body. Great for homeschoolers too!
Tu, January 12  |  All Ages

Shout B-I-N-G-O with a party of players, but from the comfort of your own home. Join the fun via your computer, tablet or smartphone. Play 5 games each night, with a winner each game!

Recommended by:
TC Hull
Tournament Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
Tuesday Night Bingo Bash is a great time for players of all ages to enjoy a night of fun and anticipation of getting a bingo! The staff is very engaging and make it an entertaining night for all. You're able to join in yourself, or get all of your family involved for a better chance to win some awesome prizes from local businesses. Players have been coming back for more each month and we look forward to continuing into 2021!
Citywide Sleepover
Sa, January 16  | Ages 2+
Virtual party begins at 6:30pm

Experience camping like you never have before! Indoors...with lots of fun things to do AND with an epic virtual party. Enjoy quality family time while making a special craft, telling stories or reading books, having a picnic and more. Play a game of trivia online in your cozy PJs and take a tour of each participant's camping set up. Kit pick up beginning Jan 11 at PCC.  An email will be sent with a link to the virtual party to be held on January 16.

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

Why I chose this program: 
I chose the Citywide Sleepover because I loved going camping as a child! This event will give parents all the ideas they need to create a unique fun family night-in. Everyone is spending more time at home, so why not change up movie night a bit and have a sleepover in your living room. This is also a great excuse to make s'mores and who doesn't love s'mores!
M, Jan 18-Feb 8  |  Ages 10-16
In this fun STEAM Curriculum, students will learn how race cars work, gear ratios, motors and more. Each student will configure, design, and drive a radio controlled car. Class will be held virtually if needed.

Recommended by:
Alex Weidner
Aquatics and Youth Programs Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
This class is such a blast! The instructors provide all the equipment and teach students all about race cars while allowing time to race them too! 

Take a virtual tour that will have you in the orchestra pit, sitting backstage as they prepare to fly Mary Poppins above the audience, in rehearsal as cast begins to learn how to operate the Little Mermaid puppets and more. A Zoom link will be sent to all registrants.

Recommended by:
Lynne Yuill
Adult Activity Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
Have you ever been to the Paramount and wondered, "How'd they do that?" I did when I saw Beauty and the Beast last year. This is an excellent opportunity to get the inside scoop on what all goes into creating and producing these award-winning musicals. You won't want to miss this virtual program. I can't wait!
Follow the lead of an artist as you create your own masterpiece. Pinot's Palette provides everything you need to create a cute fox the is warm and snuggly for the winter months. Ages 21+ are welcome to bring their own wine. Class will be held virtually if needed.

Recommended by:
Laura McCoy
Nature Education
Program Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
Prevent boredom this winter and enjoy an artsy evening with friends. Plus, you don't need to be an artist or even have experience in painting on canvas to participate in this program! Click here for more follow along painting classes for the whole family in February!
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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