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(Chicago) Winter Programs for Youth, Teen & High School Students

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  • Faber, Sarah
    chicago park district Winter Activities for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Youth, Teens & High School Students 10 weeks: January 8, 2007 - March 25, 2007 The Drop-In
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      chicago park district

       

      Winter Activities for Deaf & Hard of Hearing

      Youth, Teens & High School Students

       

       

      10 weeks: January 8, 2007 March 25, 2007

       

      The Drop-In programs at Horner Park is designed for youth ages 6-17 (grades 1st - high school) and runs from 10 weeks, beginning January 8, 2007 through March 25, 2007. 

      Parents are responsible for drop off & pick up transportation.

       

      Drop-In Programs

      @ Horner Park , 2741 W. Montrose Avenue

      773.478.0293

       

       

      * MONDAYS 5:00- 6:00pm

      NEW Private Tennis Lessons - ages 10-16

      Learn a new sport!

      Class will start February 5th (8 weeks) @

      McFetridge Sports Center , 3843 N. California

      Fee: $20

       

      *TUESDAYS - 4:30 - 5:30pm

      ASL KIDS CLUB I - ages 6 - 12

      Basic American Sign Language I -

      A great way to improve your signing and meet new friends.

      Fee: $5

       

      *WEDNESDAYS - 3:30 - 5pm

      Kids Clay - ages 7 - 12

      Methods of hand building, and take home" clay projects.

      Fee: $45

       

      *THURSDAYS – 4:00pm – 5:30pm

      Indoor Co-Ed Sports Club

      Come out & learn variety of sports skills with your friends;

      floor hockey, baseball, & more! Ages 8 - 12

      Fee: $5

       

       

      *FRIDAYS - 3:30 - 5:30pm

      MULTI-CULTURAL ART FOR TEENS -ages 11 - 17

      A class combining ceramics, painting, drawing and more which teaches

      different skills and challenges teens’ creativity.

      Fee: $45

       

      *3rd FRIDAYS of each Month - 4:30pm – 6pm

      NEW Drumming Club – ages 11-17

      Develop an appreciation for music

      Fee: FREE

       

       

      DEAF CLUBS @ Horner Park, 2741 W. Montrose Avenue

      Fun-filled evening of recreational & tournament games, music,

      holiday parties, field trips, new friends & more!

      Bring $$ for food and drinks

       

      YOUTH LEADERSHIP CLUB

      Every FRIDAY evening 6:30pm – 9:30pm

      ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ONLY - ages 9 & up

      starting January 12th

       

      HIGH SCHOOL CLUB

      3RD Saturday Night of each Month   6:30pm - 9:30pm

      HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY – must bring HS Photo ID

      Starting January 20th

       

      For further information about Winter Programs, contact

      Sarah B. Faber, Program Specialist for Deaf & Hard of Hearing

      @ 773.478.3374 TTY     773.478.2609 Voice

       sarah.faber@...

       

       

      For more information about your Chicago Park District visit

      www.chicagoparkdistrict.com or call 312.742.PLAY or 312.747.2001 TTY

       

      City of Chicago , Richard M. Daley, Mayor

      Chicago Park District, Timothy J. Mitchell, General Superintendent & CEC

       

       

       

       

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