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1981 Edition 31 August THE SOMETHING MORE CITY NEWSLETTER INCLUDES THE 1981 FALL BROOKLYN CENTER PARKS &RECREATION DEPARTMENT BROCHURE r Q N;w mat C iTy F BROOk1yN CENTER /REPORT* MANAGER'S o AUGUST, 1981 NO. 31 How To Dispose Of Solid Trail System Waste: Please Recycle Is Under The controversy over what to do recycled. According to statistics from Construction with solid waste in Hennepin County the Metropolitan Council, area resi- has been a major problem to deal with dents and businesses generate about A new trail system, running adja- in 1981. Everyone wants to dispose 1.3 million tons of solid waste each cent to the library and the Civic Cen- of their trash, but no one wants it year, or about 3.6 pounds for every ter, is now in its final stages of con - dumped anywhere near them. person each day. struction. The system will feature The volume of solid waste has been A lot of wastes — glass, cans, both a bike path, and a separate path steadily increasing over the past newspapers, and even some oil — for walking. years, and it seems no one has been can be brought to centers for recyc- Upon completion, the trail will ex- able to control the problem, or to ling. This allows reuse of materials tend from Brookdale Shopping Center come up with a solution for disposal. and saves limited landfill space. to the freeway. Additional details and . As the problem grows, so do our Some centers will even pay for cer- a trail map with be highlighted in the shared costs. tain recycleable materials. Even if you next issue of the Manager's There is no simple answer, how- don't receive any money, many Newsletter. ever, there is something each resident groups you support can earn income can do to help with the problem: from your waste. As an example, RECYCLE! save those newspapers and give Pedestrian Rights A lot of waste can and should be them to your local school, church, scout, or civic groups when they hve Strictly Enforced Please Drive a paper drive. A directory of recycling centers is Pedestrians are reminded not to available at no charge, by calling leave the curb suddenly or move into With Caution 291 -6464. Some of the recycling the path of an oncoming car when it The Brooklyn Center Traffic Safety centers in this general area are listed would be impossible for the driver to for your convenience. yield. Advisory Committee urges motorists The centers are divided into three Pedestrians must also yield to all that school will e starting shortly, categories: DC (Drop -off Center); RC vehicles when crossing the roadway and extra caution esp (Redemption Center), with items at a point other than within a marked cially drive with e near the intersections and d redeemed for cash; Recy. C. (Recycl- crosswalk, or within an unmarked school crossings. ing Center). croswalk at an intersection. Parents with children riding bikes to Osseo Paper Recycling Center (RC), However, all intersections, regard - school should also instruct the young- County Rod 18 and Highway 52 in less of whether they are marked or biers on the proper operation of a Osseo. Monday through Friday, 7 unmarked, are legally established as bike. A high percentage of riders are a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Call 425 -6767. pedestrian crosswalks. Pedestrians young and do not realize the perils of Materials: Paper, corrugated. have the right -of -way at all intersec- sudden changes direction. Seven - Eleven Store (DC), 7309 W. tions and at all other "marked" Motorists are also reminded to be Brodway in Brooklyn Park. Drop off crosswalks. on the lookout for school patrols and items anytime. Call 425 -9909. Mate- For a right turn on red, the driver school buses. When school bus is rials: newspapers, magazines. must yield to the pedestrian in the in- stopped, and the yellow lights are Seven - Eleven Store (DC), 7335 Re- tersection, whether or not the inter - flashing, a motorist must wait and gent Avenue in Brooklyn Park. Drop section is marked. cannot pass the bus. Also, when a off items anytime. Call 560 -9923. According to the law, where traffic school patrol flag is down, li motorist Materials: newspapers only. control signals are not in place or in must wait until the flag is lifted prior Girl Scout Troops 1400 & 708 operation, the driver of a vehicle must to proceeding. (DC, RC), at Dick's Sanitary Service, yield the right of way to a pedestrian 3417 85th Avenue North in Brooklyn crossing the roadway within a *Citizen inquiries and requests may Park. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. crosswalk. be directed at the City Administra- to 4:30 p.m.; Saturday, from 9 a.m. The Police Department will tag both tion. If there is any question regard- to 2 p.m. Call 425 -7773. Materials: drivers and pedestrians for non-com - ing a service that we are authorized Paper and aluminum purchased; tin pliance with these regulations. Coop - to perform, please call us at cans, bottle glass, rags (clean and eration is asked of drivers and pedes- 561 -5440. dry), batteries, appliances, oil trians in order to make the streets accepted. safer for all residents. C able Television Franchise Is Awarded By Commission On June 29, 1981 at a public hear- val, opinion polling, college courses include Pay- Per -View, Rockefeller ing, held at the Crystal City Hall, the and numerous other options. This op- Center TV, and Public Subscriber Net - Northwest Suburbs Cable Communi- tion includes all previously listed chan- work. The cost of the pay services is cations Commission (composed of nels and will cost $9.95 per month. in addition to the cable services the Cities of Brooklyn Center, Brook- Under the terms of the franchise, previously described. For example, lyn Park, Crystal, Golden Valley, the rates are guaranteed for a period persons desiring Family Service and Maple Grove, New Hope, Osseo, Ply- of three years. Home Box Office would pay $3.75 mouth and Robbinsdale) unanimously In addition to the described ser- per month for the 29 channels in the voted to award the 15 year cable vices, a number of other pay services Family Tier plus an additional $6.95 television franchise for the northwest will be offered. These services are per month for HBO. area to Northern Cablevision. The perhaps the types of cable programs Northern Cablevision proposes to other companies submitting proposals that people are most familiar with and construct the entire system within 22 were Minnesota Cablesystems and include: months from the date the franchise is Teleprompter. Home Box Office for $6.95 per awarded and proposes to finish por- The proposals from the three com- month; Showtime for $6.95 per tions of all nine northwest communi- panies were reviewed by a private month; the Movie Channel for $6.95 ties within the first 12 months of con - consultant hired by the Commissin. per month; Home Theater Network struction. Services to some homes The consultant ranked Northern for $3.95 per month; Cinemax for could begin as early as three months Cablevision first in several areas of $6.95 per month. Pay services also after construction. evaluation including system design, programming and services, and rates. C ommunications ommun C ications Devce Persons desiring cable service will have a number of programming and rate options to choose from, with I s Currently Being Tested Northern Cablevision dividing its ser vice and rate options into a number of the two parties to type messages tiers. The City of Brooklyn Center is cur- over the phone line, with the conver- UNIVERSAL SERVICE — The first rently testing a TDD (Telecommunica- sation transmitted in type. tier consists of 12 channels and in- tions Device for the Deaf), which is The test by the City is to determine cludes all the local television stations, also known as a TYY, teletypewriter the effectiveness of the equipment, and is provided free of charge after an for the deaf. and the demand for such service by initial installation charge. The TDD makes it possible for deaf the deaf and hearing impaired resi- FAMILY SERVICE — Includes 29 or hearing impaired persons to com- dents of the community. channels for $3.75 per month. The municate by phone with anyone who Persons who have the described 29 channels include all 12 offered in has a similar device at the other end of equipment, and who wish to contact the Universal Service. the line. City Hall should dial the City Hall num- BASIC SERVICE — Includes 55 The TDD combines the technology ber, 561 -5440. When the switch - channels of community programm- of the telephone and typewriter, and board operator recognizes the call is ing, satellite services, educational of- has a standard teletype keyboard. for the TDD, the call will be transfer - ferings and sports for $7.95 per The device works by attaching a stan- red off the switchboard to the TDD. month. The Basic Service includes all dard phone receiver to the TDD which This equipment will be tested channels offered in the Universal and activates the machine, and enables through September 15 of this year. Family Services. BASIC SERVICE AND ECHO TEXT Course Offered — Includes the 55 channels in the Life Sa Basic Service along with 55 interac tive text channels. The Echo System The goal of the program is to have offers computerized information and An excellent and proven life- saving at least one person in every Brooklyn ine data banks which provide services course, the "ABC's of Life Saving," Center home trad in lifesaving such as federal, state and local tax as- will once again be offered by the techniques. sistance, sports scores, job bank Brooklyn Center Police and Fire De- Persons taking the three -hour employment opportunities and partments, through the office of course receive a certification card and others. Emergency Prep ,-redness. assurance against legal liability for ECHO INTERACTIVE SERVICE — Dates for the coijr ;r oiill be an- rendering aid. Includes 138 channels of video and nounced later. India or groups An instructor will conduct the class text at its inception. Interactive ser- interested in the cc.:. Auld con- for a minimum of eight to 10 persons. vice means two -way television ser- t::•. Rick Green at ti,v 'yn Cen- Ci ir� organizations in need of a pro - vice and pro Aes such options as °c Dapartmen. -5440, qr, - �a, should con! - depart- shopping at hc, e., informatior retrie- ormal working yarding the c., May 31, and cost $5 for male or policies and practices. The official TRAIL BIKE — These types of female dog, and $3 for neutered male meeting will begin at 7 p.m. with a vehicles are allowed on vacant private or spayed female dog. review of the preliminary items on the property, with the written permission Licenses can be purchased at the agenda prior to starting the Open of the owner. The operation of these City Hall or the Community Center Forum. After the Forum closes, the vehicles must not disturb the safety throughout the year. A delinquent dog Council will return to the other agenda or rights of the neighbors. license fee of $15 is charged if the items. CITY CURFEWS — Persons unlicensed dog is picked up. No such To understand the rules that govern 14 -years of age and under are not charge will be made if the owner is the forum, interested residents can allowed in any public places, without late in purchasing a license. contact the City Hall for 561 -5440. proper supervision, from 9:30 p.m. to FIREARMS Firearms may not be PROPERTY ASSESSMENT - The 5 a.m. Between the ages of 15 and discharged anywhere within the market value of a home is not 18, the curfew is from 10 p.m. to 5 community. specifically related to the selling price, a.m. HOME SECURITY, CRIME although the sales statistics are used CITY PARKS — A curfew has been PREVENTION Any questions deal- to establish value for the homes. established at the various City Park ing with security, safety, and crime BOARD OF EQUALIZATION — The parking lots, with parking not being preventin can be answered by con- Council, acting as the Board of allowed after 10 p.m. tacting the Police Department. Equalization, meets annually to DOGS RUNNING AT LARGE, VOTING, REGISTRATION — Please review current property valuations. BARKING, DOG LICENSES contact the City Hall for the proper Taxpayers may appear at the meeting Domestic animals running at large polling place, voter registration and to review the valuations placed upon may be impounded, and will not be other requirements. their particular property. If a complaint released until all proper fees are paid. COUNCIL MEETINGS — An "Open is registered, the Board will conduct With respect to barking dogs, Forum" implemented by the City an investigation. residents are encourage to contact Council gives residents the opportu- If the value is found to be ex- the owner and to solve this problem. nity to address the Council as a cessive, it may be reduced according - However, if this is not possible, whole, and comment on any opinion, ly. However, if the value is too low, please contact the Police Department. problem, concern or complaint that is the Board has the power to increase Dog licenses expire each year on relevant to the affairs of the City, its the value. MILL RATE — The tax rate is ex- pressed in mills, and is determined each year by the budgets of the tax- City of Brooklyn Center ing districts: county, school districts, city and other districts. The total CITY COUNCIL general tax is calculated by multiply - Dean Nyquist . . Mayor ing the mill rate by the assessed value of the property. Bill Figrrar Councilman A mill is 1 /1,000 of a dollar, or 1 /10 Tony Kuefler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Councilman of a cent. One mill produces a tax of Gene Lhotka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Councilman $1 for each $1,000 of assessed Celia Scott . . . Councilwoman value. PROPERTY TAX DISTRIBUTION — Gerald Splinter City Manager Each dollar is distributed as follows: City, 18 cents; Hennepin County, 34 SERVICE DIRECTORY cents; Schools, 44cents; and other districts, 4 cents. Emergency Numbers (24 Hours) SPEED LIMITS Speed limits are POLICE" FIRE 561 -5720 determined after long studies and sur- veys, and are determined by State City Hall Offices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 561 -5440 law, and not by City decisions. RUMMAGE SALES — Signs are (Monday- Friday - 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.) permitted, with the permission of the Community Center 561-5448 owner, on private property in the gen- eral neighborhood of the sale. It is ille- CITY OFFICES gal to place signs on power poles, or along traffic thoroughfares. The signs 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway are limited in size, along with a limit Brooklyn Center, Minnesota 55430 on rummage sales each year. Contact the City Hall at 561 -5440 for addi- tional information. Entrance Revamping At The Civic Center \ COMMUN �~ �. HAL t � FRO FREE Parkway (S °uthbound) k TO 1 -94 Nj 7BEg O UND } Shingle Cree FROM ay No bound) Q D Shing le Creek Pa ;k ' V i Op`� TO 1-g4� FROM t 0 BR T9 1-6g4 %_94 Entrances to the Brooklyn Center original Civic Center plans did not in- increased traffic already exists due to Civic Center have been revamped, clude the highway interchange. The the Highway 100 detour. and a new traffic flow has been revision of the entrances is necessary The accompanying map indicates established. for safety reasons, and is based on fu- the new entrances and the traffic flow The changes are needed since the ture traffic projections. However, the through the Civic Center. Ordinance Regulates Operation Of Alarm Systems in City the negligence of the owner. The new department. An increasing frequency of false ordinance does not include alarm sys- Not allowed area alarms using security alarms in Brooklyn Center re- tems in automobiles. taped or pre- recorded messages quired the passage of an ordinance The ordinance indicates that every which deliver a telephone alarm regulating the operation of these alarm user who incurs more than four message to the police or fire alarm systems in the community. The false police alarms during the course departments. new ordinance will take effect of a year, or more than one false fire The permit fee will be 550 for police January 1, 1982. alarm will be required to obtain an alarm systems, and $150 for fire Responses to fale security alarms alarm user permit. alarm systems. Upon expiration, the has become a very costly and time After a review, an assessment in- permit will not be required until the consuming effort for the Police De- voice, payable within 10 days, will be false alarm process is repeated. partment, distracting and reducing sent to the alarm user by certified the level of services available to the mail. Subsequent false alarms auto- Under certain conditions, revoca- rest of the community. An unfortu- matically revoke the permit and the tion or suspension of the permit can nate attitude of indifference can also process is repeated. All permits expire occur. Failure to comply with the sus - be created due to the extreme high at the end of each calendar year. pension, or failure to obtain a permit number of false alarms. False alarms will be excused if they when required is punishable by a fine False alarms are interpreted as are a result of an effort to upgrade, in- and imprisonment. those caused by mechanical failure, stall or to maintain the system, and if For further details, please contact malfunction, improper installation or advance notice is given to the police the Police Department at 561 -5440. 1981 F Brochure C* .. �, 3 � Adult Activities ,� PAA:=�A�o .EN'S EXERCISE ANQ DANCE TRIM & SWIM class is fun, challenging and includes AEROBIC move- An hour of land exercise set to lively music followed by a swim .nts in dance combinations. No dance background neces- on your own. For adults of all sizes and shapes. A great way to ary. Classes are 50 min. Instructor Bev Wilson for A -E, J & K. In- look and feel better. Participants may exercise at their own Aructor Deb Eldridge for F & G. Instructor Barb Christopherson pace. Instructor Barb Chri opherson. Registration fee $17.00/10 for H, I, L & M. Registration fee $12.50. sessions. Includes class ind swin,m. Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 7:3r , .,.i. North View Jr. High CLASSES MEET ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS Wrestling Room A- Mon.- Begins Sept. 21 9:30 a.m. Community Center COUPLES TRIM &SWIM , NEW B -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 10:30 a.m. Community Center C -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 7:00 p.m. Community Center D -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 8:00 p.m. Community Center An hour of exercise done to lively musc, along with jogging, E- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 9:30 a.m. Community Center lumping and stretching. After class it's off to the pool for more F- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 6:00 p.m. Earle Brown School exercise on your own. Instructor Barb Christopherson. Registra- G- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 7:00 p.m. Earle Brown School tion fee $17.00 per person, 10 sessions. Includes class and H -Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 9:00 a.m. North View Jr. High swimming. [-Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 10:00 a.m. North View Jr. High Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 8:30 p.m. North View Jr. High Wrestling Room CLASSES MEET TWICE A WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS EXERCISE ROOM CONSULTANT J -Mon. & Wed. — Begins Sept. 214:00 p.m. Palmer Lake K -Mon. & Wed. — Begins Sept. 215:30 p.m. Palmer Lake Open to all persons, 15 years and older. If you are interested in L- Mon.- Orchard Lane/Wed. -Fair Oaks — Begins learning techniques, developing a method of exercise, or receiv- Sept. 21 -4:00 p.m. ing help on your individual program, a consultant will be avail - M -Mon. & Wed. — Begins Oct. 26 4:00 p.m. Palmer Lake able to help you in the Community Center Exercise room. Drop O -Mon. & Wed. — Begins Oct. 25 5:30 p.m. Palmer Lake in for advice, demonstrations, or any help that you many need. P- Mon.- Orchard Lane/Wed. -Fair Oaks — Begins No registration necessary. Single admission or a membership Oct. 26 -4:00 p.m. to the Community Center is required. Q- Mon.- Orchard Lane/Wed. -Fair Oaks — Begins Oct. 26 -6:45 Wed. — 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. and 7:00 -9:00 p.m. p Thurs. — 11:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m. and 7:00 -10:00 p.m. Sat. — 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. AQUA EXERCISE — (Formerly Swimnastics) DATES: Thurs., Sept. 17 Sat., Oct. 17 Wed., Nov. 18 Exercise in the water for better health and a trimmer figure. You Sat., Sept. 19 Wed., Oct. 21 Thurs., Nov. 19 do not need to be a swimmer or getyour hair wet. Enjoy a pleas - Wed., Sept. 23 Thurs., Oct. 22 Sat., Nov. 21 ant and relaxing experience through this unique approach to ex- Thurs., Sept. 24 Wed., Oct. 28 ercise. Each class, 50 minutes. Instructor, Barb Christopherson. Wed., Sept. 30 Registration fee $12.50/10 sessions. Once a Week for 10 Weeks WOMEN'S CONDITIONING AND PHYSICAL FITNESS A -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 10:00 a.m. Community Center Physical conditioning to look and feel better. The weight train - B -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 6:30 p.m. North View Jr. High ing machine and flexibility program provide a well- rounded C- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 10:00 a.m. Community Center fitness program. The program is tailored to individual needs. Twice a Week for 5 Weeks Provides you with the information you need to set up and pace C -Tues. & Thurs. — Begins Sept. 22 11:00 a.m. workouts for future use. This program emphasizes conditioning, Community Center endurance, and years of healthy living. Class meets Monday D -Tues. & Thurs. — Begins Oct. 2711:00 a.m. Community Center and thursday for 5 weeks in the Community Center Exercise room. Babysitting available — see Childcare Service. Instructor FITNESS TO MUSIC Barb Christopherson. Registration fee: $18.00/5 weeks. A- Begins Sept. 21 -Oct. 21 1:00 -2:00 p.m. Community Center For men and women who have never exercised before and B- Begins Oct. 26 -Nov. 30 1:00 -2:00 p.m. Community Center would like to improve their physique, figure and fitness. This class is a modification of the Exercise and Dance class. Instruc- BALLET for Bev Wilson. Registration fee $12.50/10 sessions. Mon.- Begins Sept. 21 11:30 a.m. Community Center An excellent way to unwind! Improve your figure and bodytone as you learn Ballet technique. Instructor Bev Wilson. Registra- SENIOR AQUA EXERCISE tion fee $10.00/10 sessions. A -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 6:00 p.m. Community Center See Senior Adult Section for information. B- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 10:30 a.m. Community Center BODY AWARENESS THROUGH MOVEMENT on the side lines and watch others enjoy themselves. Learn the Waltz, Foxtrot, Swing, Rumba, Cha -Cha, Polka, Schottische and The 6 lesson sequence is a technique for leading the body -mind Western Swing. Registration fee: $22.00/8 sessions. Instructor into a freer more flexible pattern of movement, thinking and Les Eck. feeling. These gentle and very relaxing exercises work to reduce A -Wed. — Begins Sept. 23 7:20 -8:20 p.m. Earle Brown stress, backaches, postural problems and stiffness. Jane Dan- B -Wed. — Begins Sept. 23 8:30 -9:30 p.m. Earle Brown ielson, instructor has studied with Dr. Feldenkrais. For addi- tional information call 533 -5163. Registration fee $15.00/6 POTTERY sessions. Wed. — Begins Sept. 30 10:00 -11:30 a.m. Earle Brown School The class is designed to teach the basic skills of wheel throw- ing and hand building. The Community Center offers a unique TAP DANCE opportunity to practice your new skill by including in the regis- Learn popular tap steps and rhythmic routines to music while tration fee, clay for projects, unlimited studio practice time and exercising and firming those flabby areas. Class will stress fun- firing fees. Bring a work shirt to the 1st class. Please allow damental tap combinations and simple dance routines. Instruc- about $6.00 for purchasing of tools. Instructor Karen Haberle. tor, Barb Christopherson. Registration fee $12.00/10 weeks. Registration fee $26.00/7 weeks. Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 6:00 -7:00 p.m. Evergreen A -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 6:30 -9:30 p.m. Community Center B -Tues. — Begins Nov. 10 6:30 -9:30 p.m. Community Center WOMEN'S OPEN VOLLEYBALL LAB &FIRING PRIVILEGES A night of fun volleyball for women (Post high school age). Bring a friend or come alone. An enjoyable time plus good exercise. Open to persons who completed a pottery class at the Commu- Please no organized teams. No charge. nity Center or have previous experience and are familiar with A -Tues. — .Begins Sept. 8 8:00 -10:00 p.m. Earle Brown School the equipment. Lab may be used on an unlimited basis other B- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Orchard Lane than class times and have pieces fired in the 7 week period. Clay may be purchased at the Community Center. Arrange your WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE MEETING — Sept. 8 own time to work in the lab during the 7 weeks. Lab sessions correspond to A & B listed under pottery. Registration fee Open to all post high school age women. Recreation and Power $16.00/7 weeks. division play Oct - March. Team entry fees will be determined by number of teams in the league. An organizational meeting will PHOTO LAB ORIENTATION be held on Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 7:00 p.m. at the Community Center. All captains and girls looking for a team to play with For people who have taken darkroom instruction at other facili- should attend. ties and are experienced in darkroom procedures. Participants MIXED VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE will be eligible to use the darkroom lab during Community Cen- ter hours. PRE - REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY AT LEAST 3 WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO EACH TEST DATE. Registration fee: A fun, new, exciting way to spend your evenings out together $3.00. and get some exercise to boot! If interested call the Community A -Sat. — Sept. 29 9:30 p.m. C- Thurs. — Oct 15 6:30 p.m. Center for further details 561 -5448. B- Thurs. — Sept. 24 6:15 p.m. D- Thurs. — Nov. 12 6:15 p.m. MIXED VOLLEYBALL DARKROOM TECHNIQUES Open to all post high school age men and women. Choose sides and play fun low key volleyball. A night out for Mom and Dad. Learn how to mix chemicals, tell negative contrast and develop Activity fee is 50¢ per person. No organized teams please. black and white film. Each student will make an excellent print Mon. — Begins Sept. 14 7:00 -10:00 p.m. North View Jr. High from his own negative. Fee includes supplies. Upon completion Ends Nov. 2 of the class, students will be eligible to use the Community Cen- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 17 8:00 -10:00 p.m.Earle Brown School ter darkroom. Instructor Anne Gonnella. Registration fee $18.00/3 sessions. SATURDAY OPEN GYM A- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 6:45 -9:45 p.m. Community Center B- Thurs. — Begins Nov. 12 6:45 -9:45 p.m. Community Center Memberships $15.00. Memberships will be limited, only members will be admitted to the Saturday Open Gym program. KNOW YOUR CAMERA Memberships may be purchased at the Brooklyn Center Com- munity Center, for post -high adults only. Membership fee: If you're not getting the results you want out of your camera, $15.00. Open Gym will run Oct. 3 -April 24. this class is for you. Use of camera, film, meters, filters and Sat. — Begins Oct. 3 2:00 -6:00 p.m. North View Jr. High guide numbers will be covered. The art of flash, close up and JUDO photographing people will also be discussed. Instructor Anne Gonnella. Registration fee $9.50/4 sessions. For men and women who are interested in learning the basic Thurs. — Begins Oct. 15 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Community Center skills or more advanced techniques of Judo. Carl Flood, 4th Degree Blackbelt, provides complete instruction. In addition, in- BEGINNING CALLIGRAPHY terested students may join the Brooklyn Center Judo Club, which is nationally sanctioned. All sessions held at North View This class is a detailed study of the beautiful italic alphabet. Jr. High Wrestling Room. Registration fee $12.00/8 weeks. Students will obtain experience in using the double pencils and Wed. — Begins Sept. 30 7:00 -8:00 p.m. Beginners dip pens. Bring a notebook and pencil for note taking and $4.25 Wed. — Begins Sept. 30 8:00 -9:00 p.m. Advanced for the workbook required for the course. Additional supplies will be discussed. Instructor Mozelle Johnson. Registration fee BEGINNING BALLROOM DANCE $14.00/8 sessions. A -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 9:30 a.m. -Noon Community Center For couples only. Dancing is a skill that can be learned. Don't sit B -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 7:00 -9:30 p.m. Community Center PATCHWORK & QUILTING MINI -BROOM DECORATION The class will cover crazy, log cabin, patchwork, hand quilting, A delightful small broom decorated with leves and chinese lan- applique, finishing techniques, cathedral window and also terns will add a touch of fall to your home; perfect for a gift or methods of making quilts by the square. Babysitting available boutique idea. On display until Oct. 1st. Please allow $5.00 for — see Childcare Service. Instructor Joanne Holzknecht. Regis- materials to be purchased at class. Instructor Linda Dunn. Reg - tration fee: $7.00/4 sessions. istration fee $1.50/1 session. A -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 12:30 -2:30 p.m. Community Center Tues. — Oct. 27 7:00 -8:30 p.m. Brooklyn Center B -Wed. — Begins Sept. 23 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Community Center High School DOG OBEDIENCE QUILTED STRING VEST This course is open to people 12 years and older, whose dog is Watch the demonstration and learn the secrets to the construc- at least 6 months old. This course will teach you how to work tion of this stylish vest. All quilting and most of the sewing is with your dog in order to teach him social behavior and self - done by machine. See vest on display at the Community Center. discipline. For more information, call Stanley Orr, 533 -5207, Instructor Joanne Holzknecht. Registration fee: $2.75/1 session. Cost $17.00/8 sessions. A -Wed. — Sept. 23 9:30 -11:30 a.m. Community Center Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 6:30 -7:30 p.m. Northport B -Wed. — Oct. 21 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Community Center PRE -SKI KICKOFF — November i , LACE MAKING — TATTING Get into the Ski of things at the annual Pre -Ski Kickoff Party on Tatting, a fascinating skill from the past... Learn how to tat and Tuesday, November 17 at ti Community Center beginning at design a pattern. Material furnished for 1st session. Bring a 1 :00 p.m. Highlights include ski fashion show, representatives scissors. Babysitting available — See Childcare Service. In- rom ski areas and seminars on ski equipment, staying warm structor Lee Balfany. Registration fee: $7.50/5 sessions. and getting into Ski Shape exercises. Babysitting is available A -Wed. — Begins Sept. 23 7 -9:00 p.m. Brooklyn Center for 50¢ /child /hour. Sorry, no children will be allowed at the Ski High School party. There is no charge for this program but you must R.S.V.P. B -Mon. — Begins Oct. 19 12:30 -2:30 p.m. Community Center at 561 -5448 by November 16. If you are unable to attend but would like to receive the weekly trip information, call the Parks and Recreation Department. FABRIC STAINED GLASS QUILTING SKI POWDERHORN AND BLACKJACK — Begins March 2 Stain glass windows are expensive, but do them in fabric and see what a beautiful wall hanging you can make. Class meets Attention all ski fans! Join us on March 2, 3 and 4, 1982 for twice, with a break between the 2 sessions. Bring: fabric, paper, another exciting ski outing to Indianhead. Package includes 2 scissors, pencil, medium point felt tip pen, clear tap and 113 nights lodging at Viking Inn at Powderhorn, 2 full day lift tickets yard fabric (pastel light or beige broadcloth). Instructor Joanne and round trip chartered motorcoach. All food is on your own. Holzknecht. Registration fee $5.75/2 sessions. For more information or to receive a trip flyer, call 561 -5448. A -Wed. — Sept. 30 & Oct. 14 9:30 -11:30 a.m. Community Center B -Wed. — Oct. 28 & Nov. 11 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Community Center CITY BAND SCRAP BAG QUILTS For men and women post high school age. New members are welcome. For more information call the Parks and Recreation Learn how to machine piece the "Hills & Valleys" quilt out of Department 561 -5448. Nominal registration fee. your scrap fabric. This quilt is adaptable to cotton, corduroy, BROOKLYN CENTER HARMONETTES denim, double knits or velvet. A demonstration will also be given on the construction of the "String Quilt ". Instructor Joanne For post high school age women. New members are welcome. Holzknecht. Registration fee: $2.75/1 session. For more information call the Parks and Recreation Department A -Wed. — Oct. 28 9:30 -11:30 a.m. Community Center at 561 -5448. Nominal registration fee. B -Mon. — Nov. 16 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Community Center CHILDCARE SERVICE BEGINNING SILK FLOWERS The "PLAY- CORNER" will be provided for parents attending Enter into the beautiful and lasting world of silk flowers. Learn morning classes, programs, meetings or swimming at the Com- to make a daisy, anemone, azalea, carnation, and rose from pre- munity Center. The minimum age is 6 months. The cost is 500 cut petals. Other flowers will be demonstrated. Bring scissors per child per hour for each pre - school child. The "PLAY - and wire cutters to class. Please allow $3.50 for materials to be CORNER" will be open Monday- Friday 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. purchased at class. Instructor Kathy Weissman. Registration For further information call 561 -5448. fee $2.0011 session. Tues. — Sept. 22 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Brooklyn Center AR SCHOOLS CLASSES ARE HELD AT: High School Community Center, 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway MIXED FLOWERS North View Jr. High School, 69th & Zane Brooklyn Center High School, 65th & Humboldt Expand your knowledge of silk flowers. Learn to make a poppy, Earle Brown School, 59th & Humboldt mum, zinnia, chinese lantern, and poinsettia from pre -cut Willow Lane School, 70th & Perry petals. Bring scissors and wire cutters to class. Please allow Evergreen School, 70th & Dupont $5.00 for materials to be purchased at class. Instructor Kathy Garden City School, 3501 65th Ave. N. Weissman. Registration fee $2.00/1 session. Palmer Lake School, 73rd & West Palmer Lake Drive Tues. — Oct. 6 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Brooklyn Center Fair Oaks, 5600 65th Ave. N. High School Northport, 5421 Brooklyn Blvd. Senior Adult Activities If you have any questions about the programs listed below, call SENIOR — AQUA EXERCISE (formerly Swimnastics) Kathy Flesher, Senior Citizen coordinator at 561 -5448. Exercise in the pool for better health and trimmer figure. You do SENIOR HAPPENINGS not need to be a swimmer or get your hair wet. A fun class for men and women 62 and older. Please furnish doctor's name and Is a monthly newsletter sponsored by the Brooklyn Center Parks phone number when registering. Class meets for 50 min. (n- and Recreation Department. The "Senior Happenings" tells ac- structor Barb Christopherson. Registratin fee $5.00/10 sessions. tivities going on at the clubs, in the community and outings of- Tues.- Begins Sept. 22 9:00 a.m. Community Center fered. If you don't receive one now give Kathy a call at 561 -5448. FITNESS TO MUSIC see Adult section for details. SOCIAL CLUBS SWIMMING POOL Two social clubs are sponsored by the Brooklyn Center Parks Memberships are given to Brooklyn Center residents 62 years and Recreation Department. The Leisure Time Club meets Wed- old and over. Application may be made at the Community nesdays throughout the year from Noon -3 p.m. at the Brooklyn Center desk. Membership entitles the member to use the swim - Center Community Center. There are no dues or club require- ming pool, exercise room, and sauna during recreation or ments to belong. The Brooklyn Twins Club meets the '1st and , open" periods. 3rd Friday of each month. Sept. -June at Earle Brown School, TRIPS 7 -9:30 p.m. Membership dues are $1.50 annually per person. Any person 60 years of age or older may join, only 1 spouse must September — Northfield meet the age requirements. 'First meetings Sept. 11 & 18. September 16 — Mille Lacs — Fishing Trip October 9 — Arboretum & Eden Prairie Vo Tech GIFT TRUNK COMMUNITY CENTER BLOOD PRESSURE A craft club run by Seniors who sell their handcrafted items. Screening is done by Red Cross volunteer nurses on the last Membership is limited to Brooklyn Center Seniors or members Wednesday of the month from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Every of either Leisure Time or Brooklyn Twins. For information call Thursday screening is conducted at CEAR Call 566 -9600 for 561 -9278 or 561 -4805. Shoppers, visit the Gift Trunk on the 1st schedule. Wednesday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Additional hours will be Saturday, September 12 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. T.A.P. at the Community Center. Telephone Assistance Program for elderly and handicapped CLASSES who live alone. The program has helped several persons with immediate needs, in some cases Emergency situations. If you Brooklyn Center residents 62 years and over may register for are interested in the program for yourself or a friend, contact a classes at '/z the registration fee. This does not apply to sup- TAP clerk 535 -2225. We really care about our participants! Spon- plies or special Senior Classes. sored by Brooklyn Center Police Department. Children's Activities POTTERY FOR KIDS variety of media. Students must furnish and bring to first class their own 16" x 20" paper pad. For grades 1 -3. Instructor Ms. Far - For children in 4th -6th grade. Children will learn the basic techni- rell, Certified teacher. Registraion fee $6.50/6 weeks. ques of hand - building, throwing on the wheel and sculptured A — Tues. — Begins Oct. 13 3:40-4:40 p.m. Fair Oaks pieces. Children should bring an old shirt to wear during class. B — Wed. — Begins Oct. 14 3:45-4:45 p.m. Garden City Classes at Community Center. Instructor Mrs. Haberle. Registra- C — Thurs. — Begins Oct. 22 3:20 -4:20 p.m. Willow Lane tion fee $10.00/6 weeks. BEGINNING CALLIGRAPHY A — Sat. — Begins Sept 26 10:00 -11:30 a.m. B — Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 12:00- 1:30 p.m. Beginning study of various alphabets. Students will practice INTRODUCTION TO ART Gothic, Roman and Text styles of writing using a flair pen. For grades 4 -6. Instructor Ms. Farrell, Certified teacher. Registration Children will be introduced to art concepts and will dabble in fee 6 weeks. A —WWed. ed. — Begins Oct.14 4:45 -5:45 p.m. Garden City several art medias including clay, paint, plaster, paper and fibers. B — Thurs. — Begins Oct. 22 4:20 -5:20 p.m. Willow Lane For grades 1 -4. Instructor Ms. Farrell, Certified teacher. Registra- tion fee $7.00/6 weeks. CALLIGRAPHIC CARDS Tuesday — BeginsOct.13 4:40-5:40 p.m. Fair Oaks School Have fun and express your creativity as you design your own holi- BEGINNING DRAWING day cards. For children in grades 4 -6 who have previously taken a calligraphy class. Instructor Ms. Farrell, certified teacher. This course is a mixture of figure drawing, learning about Registration fee $3.50/1 session. perspective, faces, still life, pictoria structure and nature using a Wednesday — Dec. 2 3:45 -5:45 p.m. Garden City CROCHETING FOR KIDS INTERMEDIATE GYMNASTICS Beginning and advanced crochet indstruction for3rd-6th graders. The intermediate level offers more advanced skills in tumbling, Bring a G or H plastic crochet hook to the first class. Practice yarn apparatus and floor exercises. The beginning (novice) com- will be furnished for the first class. (Advanced students should be pulsory routines will be taught. Students registering for this class familar with the 3 basic stiches.) Registration fee $6.00/6 ses -. must have passed Advanced Beginning Apparatus. Instructor sions. Instructor Miss Hyland. Cheryl Scholl. Registration fee $18.00/10 sessions. A — Mon., Beg. — Begins Oct. 19 3:20 -4:20 p.m. Evergreen O — Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 11:30 -1:30 p.m. North View B — Wed., Adv. — Begins Oct. 21 3:20 -4:20 p.m. Evergreen C— Thurs., Beg. — BeginsOct.22 3:15- 4:15p.m. Palmer Lake OPEN GYMNASTICS GIRL'S GYMNASTICS A practice session for all girls currently enrolled in the gymnastic program. Persons not currently enrolled will not be admitted. A progressive gymnastics program for girls currently in grades Open gymnastics will end on Dec. 2. Instructor Cheryl Scholl. Kindergarten thru 12th. Girls new to our program must register for Registration fee 50¢ /per time. a beginning tumbling class. Wed. — Begins Sept. 30 6:30-8:00 p.m. North View BEGINNING TUMBLING BOYS' GYMNASTICS A course in the beginning techniques of tumbling. Students will BOYS TUMBLING have an opportunity to learn such basic skills as rolls, cartweels, walkover, and headstands. Registration fee $11.50/10 lessons. A gymnastics program for boys in Kindergarten thru 6th grade. A EARLE BROWN — INSTRUCTOR ROXANNE CAMERON course in the beginning techniques of tumbling. Students will A — Monday — Begins Sept. 21 3:00-4:00 p.m. have an opportunity to learn such basic skills as rolls, B — Monday — Begins Sept. 21 4:00- 5:00p.m. headstands, handstands, etc. Instructor Roxanne Cameron. PALMER LAKE — INSTRUCTOR BARB CHRISTOPHERSON Registration fee $11.50/10 sessions. C — Tuesday — Begins Sept. 22 3:15 -4:15 p.m. P — Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 11:00 -12:00 p.m. North View ORCHARD LANE — INSTRUCTOR ROXANNE CAMERON D —Tuesday — Beg ins Sept. 22 3:45-4:45 p.m. BEGINNING APPARATUS FOR BOYS GARDEN CITY — INSTRUCTOR CHERYL SCHOLL E— Tuesday — Begins Sept. 22 6:30 -7:30 p.m. Skills will be taught at the beginning level on the use of the rings, F— Tuesday — Begins Sept. 22 7:30-8:30 p.m. bars, and rope. Boys must be in 2nd grade or above and MUST WILLOW LANE — INSTRUCTOR ROXANNE CAMERON have taken the beginning tumbling course offered by the G — Wednesday — Begins Sept. 23 3:20-4:20 p.m. Brooklyn Center Parks & Recreation Department in order to EVERGREEN — INSTRUCTOR BARB CHRISTOPHERSON registerforthis class. Instructor Roxanne Cameron. Registration H — Thursday — Begins Sept. 24 3:20-4:20 p.m. fee $11.50/10 sessions. NORTHVIEW — INSTRUCTOR ROXANNE CAMERON Q— Sat.— BeginsSept.26 12:00- 1:00p.m. North View I — Saturday — Begins Sept. 26 10:00 -11:00 a.m. NORTH PORT — INSTRUCTOR BETSY McGONIGAL J — Monday — Begins Sept. 28 3:40-4:40 p.m. CHEERLEADING K — Monday — Begins Sept. 28 4:40 -5:40 p.m. Rah! Rah! Cheerleaders! Learn the basic cheers as well as stret- ADVANCED BEGINNING TUMBLING ching and warm up exercises from Roxanne Cameron, a former High School Cheerleader. Fee includes instruction and pair of pom pours. Girls should wear loose fitting clothing and tennis This course is the second level in tumbling. Students must have shoes. Girls will have an opportunity to cheer in a special pep fest passed beginning tumbling and be able to do a limber and back in December. Registration fee $4.50/5 weeks. walkover in good form before registering. Students will learn A — Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 4:45- 5:45p.m. Orchard Lane handsprings, one - handed and dive cartwheels. Instructor Rox- B— Wed.— BeginsSept.23 4:20- 5:20p.m. Willow Lane anne Cameron. Registration fee $11.50/10 sessions. C —Tues. — BeginsOct.27 4:45-5:45 p.m. Orchard Lane L— Sat.— BeginsSept.26 9:00- 10:00a.m. North View D — Wed. — BeginsOct. 28 4:20-5:20 p.m. Willow Lane BEGINNING APPARATUS JUDO LESSONS Students MUST have passed beginning tumbling in order to For boys and girls 8 years and up who are interested in learning register forthis class. Skills such as mounts, turns and stunts will the basic skills or more advanced techniques of Judo. Carl Flood, be taught at the beginning level on the use of the balance beam, 4th Degree Blackbelt, provides complete instruction. In addition, uneven parallel bars and vaulting horse. Instructor Cheryl Scholl. interested students may join the Brooklyn Center Judo Club Registration fee $11.50/10 sessions. which is nationally sanctioned. All sessions held at North View M - Sat. — BeginsSept.26 10:15- 11:15a.m. North View wrestling room $12.00/8 weeks. Wednesday — Begins Sept. 30 7:00-8:00 p.m. Beginners ADVANCED BEGINNING APPARATUS Wednesday — begins Sept. 30 8:00-9:00 p.m. Advanced This is the second level in apparatus. Students must have passed PRE- SCHOOL the Beginning Aparatus Class in order to register for this class. Girls will continue work on various jumps and leaps and will learn The Brooklyn Center Parks and Recreation Department offers a more advanced gymnastic stunts. Instructor Cheryl Scholl. school year long program for children 4 -5 years old. The classes Registration fee $13.50/10 sessions. are held at the Community Center with a certified teacher. Call N — Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 9:00 -10:15 a.m. North View Kathy Flesher, ext. 170 for information. BALLET I MOVIE & FREE SWIM — Oct. 16 For students that have had little or no previous Ballet or Creative The ever popular Movie & Free Swim returns on Friday, October Dance training. (Students must have at least completed 2nd 16 with Walt Disney's, "101 Dalmations ". Movie times at 12:00 grade.) Instructor Barb Christopherson. Registration fee noon and 2:15 p.m. During the movie enjoy free popcorn! After the $10.00/10 weeks. movie, stay for a Free Swim! A perfect event for birthday parties! Monday — Begins Sept. 21 5:00 -5:45 p.m. Orchard Lane Admission fee: $1.25 12:00 & 2:15 p.m. Community Center BALLET II TRIP TO LASER FANTASY — Oct. 15 Experience the entertainment of the future. You will feel like Luke For students that have had previous ballet orcreative dance train- Skywalker as you see colorful laser beams zooming across the ing. (Must have at least completed 2nd grade). Please wear ballet movie screen. Laser Fantasy is located on 7th Street in St. Paul. shoes, leotard or bodysuit to class. Instructor Barb Christopher- Bus leaves Community Center at 1:00 p.m. and Returns approx- son. Registration fee $12.00/10 weeks. imately 4:00 p.m. For all elementary age children. Deadline to Monday — Begins Sept. 21 5:45 -6:30 p.m. Orchard Lane register is October 8, Space permitting. Registration fee of $3.50 includes show, transportation and supervision. Thurs., Oct. 15. TAP DANCE LESSONS (For grades 1 -6) Learn to tap your toes to lively music. In this beginning class FUNTIME children will learn tap combinations and simple dance routines. Funtime returns this fall for girls and boys in 3rd thru 6th grade. Instructor Barb Christopherson. Registration fee $10.00/10 weeks. Activities include basketball, volleyball, organized games and A — Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 4:205:05p.m. Evergreen more. Funtime meets from 6:30 -8:30 p.m. Flyers will be passed B— Sat.— BeginsSept.26 11:00-11:45a.m. North View out through the schools with starting dates and other informa- tion. Registration fee 50¢ /time. (Pay each time). A — Monday 3rd -6th grades Garden City CREATIVE DANCE &BALLET B— Tuesday 5th &6th grades Evergreen ( Funtime does not meet on the 4th Tuesday of each month) C — Wednesday 3rd & 4th grades Evergreen Here is an opportunity for your child to enjoy the freedom of D— Wednesday 3rd -6th grades Orchard Lane creative rhythms tempered with the disciplines of classic ballet. Such experience paves the way for more advanced dance study and is an excellent background training for those anxious to pur- "21" FUN CLUB sue gymnastics and cheerleading. Children must be in grades 1-6 to register for this class. Instructor Barb Christopherson. Get rid of some of that excess energy after school in the gym with Registration fee $10.00/10 weeks. your friends. Play new games as well as your old favorites. Fun Wed. — Begins Sept. 23 5:00 -5:45 p.m. Fair Oaks Club is for girls and boys in 1st and 2nd grade. Club meets for one hour. Registration fee $4.50/6 weeks. A —Tues. — Begins Oct. 20 3:45 p.m. Garden City TINY TOT CREATIVE DANCE B —Fri. — Begins Oct. 23 3:15 p.m. Evergreen For pre - school boys and girls 4 -6 years old. Children must be 4 STUDENT SKI LESSONS — Begins Dec. 29 years by March 1, 1982. The class gives the children an opportuni- ty to participate in singing, creative expressions, rhythms and Ski instruction for students in grades 5 and up with skill levels dance. Instructor Barb Christopherson. Registration fee from very beginner through advanced. Free style lessons (Ballet, $10.00/10 weeks. Mogels and Aerials) will also be offered. Student ski lessons are A — Wed. — Begins Sept.23 5:45 -6:30 p.m. Fair Oaks held for 3 days — December 29, 30, and 31 at a local ski area. Bus B — Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 11:45 -12:30 a.m. North View leaves the Community Center each day at 8:45 a.m. and returns at 4:00 p.m. More information will be available through the elemen- RHYTHMS &TUMBLING tary and junior high schools the week of December 1, or call 561 -5448 to place your name on our ski mailing list. For pre - school children 4-5 years old. Children mustbe4yearsold SOCCER CAMP by March 1, 1982. Beginning tumbling stunts, rhythms and pat- terns for coordination will be taught. Instructor Barb Christopher- son. Registration fee $10.00/10 weeks. Fundamentals of the game will be taught and some informal A —Tues. — BeginsSept.22 4:15- 5:00p.m. Palmer Lake games will be played. For boys and girls in 1st thru 6th grades. B —Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 5:05 -5:50 p.m. Evergreen Class will be held at West Palmer Park on Saturday. Registration fee $6.00/4 weeks. 3rd & 4th Graders — Begins Septs 12 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. PUPPET SHOW & FREE SWIM — Nov. 27 5th & 6th Graders — Begins Sept. 12 10:45 a.m. to Noon 1 st & 2nd Graders — Begins Sept. 12 1:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Join us for an afternoon of fun as the Rose and Thorn Puppet BASKETBALL — WRESTLING Theatre presents the children's classic "Jack & The Beanstalk." During the performance enjoy free popcorn and after take a dip in our Olympic" size pool. All this for just $1.25 per person. Two big Information on the Youth Basketball and Wrestling Program will performances are scheduled at 12:30 & 1:45 p.m. No advance be passed out via flyers at the various schools and will also ap- registration; pay at the door. Children and adults alike are invited. pear in the Brooklyn Center Post. Look forthis information in Mid - Friday, Nov. 27 Community Center. October. CHILDREN'S CHORUS TRAVELING HOCKEY For children in grades 1 -8. It provides an opportunity for children There will be Hockey clinics sponsored by the Brooklyn Center to sing with a professional band, work with a choreographer and Hockey Association for Youths 9 -14 years old. The hockey clinics receive vocal coaching along with their rehearsals. The chorus will be taught by local high school coaches at Victory Memorial performs several times throughout the year including Brookdale Arena, Sept. 27 through Oct. 8. Hockey players will also have the Mall during Christmas and the annual Spring Show at Park opportunity to try out for a traveling team. For information call Center. Instructor Jane Vigue. Registration fee $6.001per year. Steiner Bert 560 -7530 or Larry Franklin 537 -4774. Monday — Begins Sept. 14 6:30- 8:00p.m. Community Center SATURDAY PROGRAMS FOR KIDS YOUTH HOUSE HOCKEY Sponsored by the Recreation Departments of New Hope, For boys and girls 8 years of age thru 14 years of age (age as of Plymouth, Crystal, Robbinsdale, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Dec. 31,1981) who want to play in the house hockey program. Our Maple Grove, and Golden Valley, and Suburban Community Ser- teams will be competing with teams from Robbinsdale, Brooklyn vices, a United Way Agency. Activities include games, crafts, Park, Osseo -Maple Grove, and Crystal. The deadline for registra- sports and special events! Registration fee is $12.50 for residents tion is Sunday, November 1. Anyone registering after this date for 10 weeks. For questions and registration information on the may not be placed on a team. The cost is $25.00 which includes a TMR or EMR programs, please call 545 -6767. shirt. TMR — Adaptive recreation programs for children ages 6 -14 years who are trainably mentally retarded. Programs held Saturdays beginning September 26 at Thorson School — Crystal. EMR— Adaptive recreation programs for children ages 4-14 who are educably mentally retarded. Programs held Satur- days beginning Sept. 26 at Maple Grove Old City Hall. Teen Activities NORTH VIEW TEEN SOCIAL COUNCIL JR. HIGH SPORT DAY — Oct. 11 Enthusiastic, hardworking, dependable! Do these words sound Junior High teens are invited to participate in racquetball, like you? If so, now is the time to do something worthwhile and walleyball, volleyball, tennis and weight room facilities at fun for your school. Apply to be on the North View Teen Social Brookpark Tennis & Racquet Club. You must furnish your own Council. The Council is made up of representatives from each racquets and tennis /racquet balls. Registration fee $6.00 in- grade and is responsible for planning all social activities for cludes use of above Sports facility, transportation. sandwich, North View Co -Rec and Dances. Applications can be picked up in beverage & supervision. the School office. Fill completely and return to office. Interviews Bus leaves — Brooklyn Jr. 1:40 p.m. Bus returns will be arranged after September 28. North View Jr. 1:45 p.m. approx. Community Center 1:50 p.m. 5:00 p.m. CO -REC GOPHER FOOTBALL WEIGHT TRAINING CLINIC — Looking for some Friday Night Action ? ?? Then get your friends Nov. 19 together and come to Co -Rec. Activities include foosball, movies, basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, music and more. Coming to Here is an opportunity to workout where all thegreat Universityof Co -REC this fall is "Can You Set a Record ?" where you can try Minnesota athletes do, at Bierman Athletic Building on the U of M your skills at different contests each week. You just may break campus. Don't miss this great opportunity. Registration fee of the record and get your name in the Suburban Community Book $4.00 includes weight training clinic, transportation & of Records. Co -Rec is open to all Brooklyn Center residents and supervision. their friends regardless of what school district you are in. Listen Bus leaves — Brooklyn Jr. 6:40 p.m. Bus Returns for School announcements to find out when this great activity North View Jr. 6:50 p.m. approx. begins. Cost $1.00 /per time. Community Center 7:00 p.m. 9:15 p.m. Friday 7:00- 10:00p.m. North View Jr. High FRIDAY NIGHT FEVER TEEN DANCES An adapted social recreation program for teens and young adults Catch the dance fever at North View Jr. High. Scheduled dances 15 & up. Program includes speakers, crafts, sports, new friends, for the 1981 -82 school year include the fall Sadie Hawkins dance outings and special events. Friday evenings beginning complete with ajail, winter Sno -daze dance and a Surprise dance September 25 — December 11th at Northport and Pilgrim Lane in the Spring. All dances feature live music that will get you on Schools — choose location nearest you. Registrtion fee $12.50 your feet and dancin! Cost $2.00. Scheduled on Fri. nights. for residents. Sponsored by Brooklyn Center, New Hope, Plymouth, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Robbinsdale Parks and PHOTOGRAPHY AND JUDO —See Adu lts Recreation Departments and Suburban Community Services, a United Way Agency. Call for details 545 -6767. Special Activities For the Holidays CORNUCOPI CENTERPIECE — Adults Children should bring an apron and a small shoe box and a - - -- - - - -- sandwich as we will be having a cookie and milk break. Students will learn to make silk mums and combine them with Registration fee $5.00/1 session. Classes at Community Center. dried materials and ribbon in a Horn of Plenty. Take home a A — Sat. — Dec. 5 Grades 1 -3 10:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. completed fall centerpiece for those special dinners. Bring B — Sat. -- Dec. 12 Grades 4 -6 10:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. scissors and wire cutters to class. Please allow $15.00 for sup- CHRISTMAS GIFTS — Children plies to be purchased at class. Sample on display through Oct. __— ._.--- -.__._ —_ 25 at the Community Center, Instructor Karen Krause. Registra- Children will make a gift pretty enough to give proudly to family tion fee $2.2511 session. or friends. Participants will also get the opportunity to snake Wed, --- Nov. 4 6:30 -9:00 p.m. Brooklyn center High School Christmas gift cards. Bring box to put your gift in. Classes will be held at the Community Center. Instructor Ms. Farrell, Cer- HOL.IDA MINI — SHOVEL — Adults tified teacher. Registration fee $5.00/1 session Create a touch of the holidays with this cheerful minishovel A — Saturday — Dec. 5 Grades 1-3 1:30-4:30 p.m. decorated with silks, pine, and ribbon. Bring scissors and wire B — Saturday Dec. 12 Grades 4 6 1:30 4:30 p.m. cutters to class. Please allow $7.50 for supplies to be purchased LITTLE ELVES WORKSHOP — Pre - School at class. See sample on display through Nov. 15 at the Com- A special 2 day workshop for 4 and 5 year olds. {Must be 4 by munity Center. instructor Linda Dunn. Registration fee $1.75/1 March 1, 1982:} The children will be making gifts, tree or i Tues — Nov. 24 7:00 -8:30 p.m. Brooklyn Center High School naments, and decorating cookies. Instructors: Mrs. Malmin & I Mrs. Claus. Registration fee $3.00/2 sessions. Classes at Corn- i CHRISTMAS CE — Adu lts munity Center. -- - - - -- - - -- — A — Tues. & Thurs. Dec. 15 & 17 9:30.11:30 a.m. This elegant centerpiece with candles, silk poinsettia, and pine B — Tues. & Thurs. Dec. 15 & 17 12:30 -2:30 p.m. will enhance any place in your home -- a beautiful and lasting ANNUAL HOLIDAY BAZAAR — November 7 -- Family centerpiece, You will go home with a completed` project. Bring _ scissors and wire cutters to class. Please allow $19.00 for Join us in our 10th year at the Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, ; materials to be purchased at class. On display at the Communi November 7 from 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. at the Brooklyn Center ty Center through Nov. 24. Instructor Kathy Weissman. Registra Community Center. The Bazaar's sponsored by the Brooklyn tion fee $2.25/1 session. Center Parks & Recreation Department. See the many hand- ; Tuesday — Dec. 1 6:30 -9:00 p.m. Brooklyn Center High School crafted gifts and decorations!! Hope you will stop by for a cup of PIE PIE &MORE PIE — Children coffee and a chance to begin your holiday shopping. Child care _ available for 50¢ /per hour /per child, while shopping at the bazaar. Learn how to make a delicious pumpkin and homemade apple No admission charge. Don't miss this big annual event — circle pie in time for the holiday season. Each child will make their your calendar!! own individual pie to take home. Bring an apron and a sandwich SEE SANTA — Dee. 12 — Family as we will be having a pie and milk break. For grades 3 -6. In — - - -- structor Mrs. Grimes. Registration fee $5.00/1 session. Santa had so much fun last December he is having his party Saturday —Nov. 21 10:00.1 :00 p.m. Community Center again this year. Bring your children and enjoy a delightful morn - ing or afternoon with SANTA and his friends!! Lots of fun and MRS. CLAUS' KITCHEN — Children surprises. Children will have an opportunity to shop in "KYD's _..--- ..___._: -- KORNER" for inexpensive gifts. "KYD'S KORNER" is s ipervis A erne- day cooking /baking workshop where participants will ed and sponsored by the Jaycee Women of Brooklyn Center, i make some of their favorite holiday treats. Everyone will get a Detailed information will be available beginning November 2nd: recipe booklet and some homemade goodies to take home. Call 561 -5448 FAMILY FARE enjoy life during 1890 -1910 period with Gunnysack races, apple bobbing, corn husking, croquet, horseshoe, butter churning, Families will want to take advantage of special trips offered at treasure hunt and cooking on a wood stove. Cost $5.00 -18 yrs. group discounts. Trips are offered jointly by the Parks and and up, $3.00 -17 yrs. and younger. No transportation provided. Recreation Departments of Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Brooklyn DEADLINE to register, September 16, space permitting. Call Park, Golden Valley, New Hope, Plymouth, Maple Grove, and Judy at 425 -4517 for details. Robbinsdale. Registration taken on a first -come basis. Sorry, NO phone reservations, lap sitters or refunds. Send all money COMMUNITY CENTER GALLERY and registrations to New Hope Recreation 4401 Xylon Avenue North, New Hope, 55428. The Gallery is available for photography or mixed media shows at various times throughout the year. A glass showcase is also "ANNIE" at the Orpheum — Oct. 24 available for small collections. Contact Kathy Flesher at 561 -5448 for further information. Share this unforgettable musical production based on "Little Sept. 9 — Oct. 10 Photography Exhibit — Pat Nau Orphan Annie" comic strip. $18.50 per person includes $17.50 Oct. 14 — Nov. 4 Fall Juried Show — Hennepin Artist tickets, bus transportation and escort. DEADLINE to register, Association Sept. 17, space permitting. Call for area bus pick up and times, FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT — Oct. 23 533 -1521 ext. 52. Tickets issued on bus. Get the whole family together for a Movie and Free Swim night TURN OF THE CENTURY — Living Farm — at the Community Center. First, roar as you watch Walt Sept. 25, 26 & 27th. Disney's, "North Avenue Irregulars" while enjoying free pop- corn! After the movie, take a dip in our Olympic size pool — cool A special invitation to visit the Brooklyn Park Historical Farm and refreshing! A great night of family entertainment! located at 45 and 101st Avenue North. You and your family will Admission fee: $1.25 7:00 p.m., Fri. Community Center N E s wimmin g Act ivities CHILDREN'S SWIM LESSONS — Begins Sept. 21 ADULT SUPER CHICKEN Red Cross Beginning through Swimmers instruction for boys For those persons, high school age and up, who have a real fear and girls ages 6 and older. Classes meet once a week for 10 of water. Here is an opportunity to overcome that fear and learn weeks and are one half hour in length. Classes have an average to enjoy the sport. $16.50110 lessons. Same days and time as ratio of 5 students /instructor. $13.00/10 lessons. adult lessons. COMMUNITY CENTER A - Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 10:40 a.m. ADULT SWIM LESSONS — Begins Sept. 21 B -Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 11:15 a.m. Beginner thru Swimmer level swim instruction for adult and C -Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 11:50 a.m. high school age. Here is an opportunity to learn to swim or D -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 6:35 p.m. brush up on your strokes. Classes are 40 minutes in length E -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 7:10 p.m. $16.50110 lessons. F -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 7:45 p.m. CLASSES MEET ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS G- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 6:35 p.m. H- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 7:10 p.m. A -Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 10:40 a.m. Community Center I- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 7:45 p.m. B- Saturday — Begins Sept. 26 11:25 a.m. Community Center NORTH VIEW JR. HIGH SCHOOL C — Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 8:20 p.m. Community Center J -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 6:35 p.m. D- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 8:20 p.m. Community Center K -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 7:10 p.m. DAYTIME CLASSES MEET TWICE A WEEK L -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 7:45 p.m. FOR 5 WEEKS — MONDAY & WEDNESDAY E -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 11:15 a.m. Community Center PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS — Begins Sept. 21 F -Mon. — Begins Oct. 26 11:15 a.m. Community Center Swimming instruction for 4 and 5 year olds. Parents do not ac- ADAPTIVE SWIM LESSONS — Begins Sept. 26 company the child in the water. The following lessons levels are taught: Water Adjustment, Beginner, and Advanced Beginner. Swimming lessons for children and adults of all ages who are Average ratio of 5 students /instructor. $13.00/10 lessons. physically and/or mentally handicapped. Classes are one half CLASSES ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS hour in length with a ratio of one student to one instructor. A -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 6:00 p.m. Community Center $13.00/10 lessons. B- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 6:00 p.m. Community Center A -Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 9:30 a.m. Community Center C -Mon. - Begins Sept. 21 6:00 p.m. North View Jr. High B -Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 10:05 a.m. Community Center D -Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 9:30 a.m. Community Center DIVING — Begins Se 26 E -Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 10:05 a.m. Community Center g DATYIME CLASSES TWICE A WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS MONDAY &WEDNESDAY Beginning lessons on the 1 and 3 meter springboard for children and adults who are intermediate or better swimmers. Classes F -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 9:30 a.m. Community Center are one half hour in length. $13.00/10 lessons. G -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 10:40 a.m. Community Center A -Sat. 10:05 a.m. Community Center H -Mon. — Begins Oct. 26 9:30 a.m. Community Center PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS I -Mon. — Begins Oct. 26 10:40 a.m. Community Center PARENT AND TOT SWIM LESSONS — Begins Sept. 21 Private lessons are available at the Community Center and North View Jr. High for a fee of $8.00 /half hour. Call the Com- Lessons in water adjustment for children ages 2 and 3. One munity Center for further information. parent must accompany the child in the water, preferably the NORTH VIEW POOL AND GYM RENTAL same parent each time $13.00110 lessons. CLASSES ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS The North View Jr. High Pool and Gymnasium, located at 69th A -Tues. — Begins Sept. 22 6:00 p.m. Community Center and Zane Avenue North are available for rental at various times B- Thurs. — Begins Sept. 24 6:00 p.m. Community Center during the week. Call the Community Center 561 -5448 for further C -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 6:00 p.m. North View Jr. High information. Cost: Pool $20.00 /per hour. Gym $6.00 /per hour. D -Sat. — Begins Sept. 26 10:05 a.m. Community Center DAYTIME CLASSES TWICE A WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS COMMUNITY CENTER POOL RENTAL MONDAY & WEDNESDAY . 21 10:05 a.m. Community Center The Community Center Pool is available for rental by your E -Mon. — Begins Sept F -Mon. — Begins Oct.. 2 10:05 a.m. Community Center school, group, or party at various times during the week. Call the Community Center 561 -5448 for further information. Cost BEGINNIN j SYNCHRONIZED SWI — $35.00lper hour. Begins Sept. 22 LIFE, BE IN IT AND SWIM Beginning cc rso i synchronized wirnming for students Can you swim 10 miles? You may want to take advantage of this grades 3 thru ! '- urse will introc ;e st ;.dents to basic syn- opportunity. All you need to do is obtain a card and fill it out on chronized swi ^,.r. ;kills. Student shot d be capable swim- own. Start by swimming 1 /4 mile at a time. Earn a Red mers and shoulc e to float on ant zv�d back. Classes are certificate and patch. Mark your card after each time you 1 hour in lengt'! 110'esso "I" Regin today! Any questions about "Life, Be in it and A -Tues. — Beg: 2,' . _ . p.ri. North View Jr. High ontact Gayle at 561 5448. A.R.C. ADVANCE SWIMMERS COURSE NORTH VIEW OPEN SWIM — A Red Cross course for students having successfully complete Begins Sept. 24 Basic Rescue and Water Safety or Advanced Lifesaving. Stu- Thursday 6:30 -7:30 p.m. Cost: 501; per hour dents will perfect the 9 styles of swimming as taught by the Red 7:30 -8:30 p.m. Cross. An excellent class for people to take prior to participat- ing in a Water Safety Instructor's course. Class is 1 hour in length and will meet once a week for 10 weeks at the Communi- SCUBA OPEN SWIM — Begins Sept. 24 ty Center. Course fee includes 5 swim passes for stroke prac- tice. Registration fee $15.00/10 classes. A special time to practice for persons with scuba equipment on- A -Sat.— Begins Sept. 26 9:00 a.m. ly. Designed for those talking scuba instruction as well as any other interested persons. Cost $.75 per time. BASIC RESCUE AND WATER SAFETY Thursday 8:30 -10:00 p.m. North View Jr. High A Red Cross course for persons ages 11 and older. Skills in self rescue, extensions and artificial respiration will be taught. Stu- dents must pass a preliminary swimming test and must attend every class. Absences will not be made up. Classes will meet once a week for 10 weeks at the Community Center. Classes are 70 minutes in length. Registration fee: $17.00/10 classes. A- Tues.— Begins Sept. 26 6:00 -7:10 p.m. BROOKLYN CENTER COMMUNITY CENTER FACILITIES ADV. LIFESAVING THE COMMUNITY CENTER AND CITY HALL together com- A Red Cross Course for persons age 15 and older. Students prise the Brooklyn Center Civic Center. The governmental and must be able to tread water, surface dive, and swim 500 con- recreational facilities are architecturally programmed into two tinuous yards. Students must attend every class and absences separate buildings joined and served by a common plaza. will not be made up. Class meets once a week for 10 weeks with Designed to serve as the civic, social and recreational hub of some additional hours to be arranged. Registration fee: the City, the Center has become a symbol of pride and unity $22.00/10 lessons and includes all materials needed. for people of all ages in Brooklyn Center. A -Mon. — Begins Sept. 21 7 -10:00 p.m. North View Jr. High • A year -round Olympic length (50 meters, 164.5 feet) pool and outdoor summer patio. Minimum depth — 39 WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR inches. Diving well — 12 feet. Two 1 -meter and one 3 -meter diving boards. (A special feature is a ramp for This Red Cross course is designed to train individuals in becom- the handicapped). ing instructors of all swimming and lifesaving levels. Must be 17 years of age or older by the first night, proof of age must be pro- • Wading Pool for tots. vided. Plus a current Advanced Lifesaving certificate and a doc- Poolside Lounge. tor's physical exam form must be available on the first night of class. Each person must pass the swimming pre -test and • Exercise Room — complete with modern body building should be prepared for a moderately strenuous course requiring equipment. physical endurance. Class will meet twice a week Wednesday . Sauna. evening and Saturday morning for 9 weeks. Registration fee $20.00 and includes all materials needed. Please register at the • Social Hall for concerts, productions, banquets, Red Cross. Call 871 -7676 — Safety Services. organizational meetings and gatherings for many dif- A -Wed. — Begins Sept. 30 6 -10 p.m. North View Jr. High ferent interests. Sat. Oct. 3 8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. North View Jr. High . Adult Lounge. BASIC SCUBA • Arts and Crafts Workshop offering a wide variety of ac- tivities including pottery, painting, weaving, crafts and This class is designed for adults interested in underwater div. hobbies. ing. Must be able to swim 220 yards of any stroke, swim under • Photographic Dark Room water for 20 yards, and float or tread water for 15 minutes. Each • Exhibit Gallery featuring interesting displays of creative person must provide their own mask, fins and snorkel. Other equipment will be provided. Class is 4 hours in length and will art. meet once a week for 5 weeks. Course fee also includes seven • Game Room with billiards, Pinball, Foosball, Video hours of open water dives. On completion of the course an inter- games. nationally recognized certification card will be awarded. Instruc- tor from Smith Diving. Registration fee: $75.00/5 weeks. • Refreshments and snacks. A -Sun. — Begins Sept. 27 4:00 -8:00 p.m. Community Center Call 561 -5448 for information. B -Sun. — Begins Nov. 1 4:00 -8:00 p.m. Community Center (Miss Nov. 29) WOMEN'S CONDITIONING AND PHYSICAL FITNESS — See Adult Section EXERCISE ROOM CONSULTANT — See Adult Section I CITY Bulk Rate Or U.S. Postage B ROOKLYN 6301 SHINGLE CREEK PARKWAY PAID 3 C ENTER BROOKLYN CENTER, MINNESOTA 55430 Mpls. Mn. Permit No. 2120 TO: BROOKLYN CENTER 7. Request for refunds must be received at least 24 hours before the second class session, however, there will be a $2.00 service charge on any refund before the first class begins PARKS AND RECREATION and a $3.00 service charge before the second class begins. ADVISORY COMMISSION The Park and Recreation Commission meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, 8. Persons who register for an activity where capacity enrollment has already been reached 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers, This Commission advises the City Council on the Parks .will go on a waiting list. Additional classes may be formed if there are sufficient re- quests and if space and competent instruction is available. and Recreation Program in Brooklyn Center. Gerald Johnson, Chairperson Bud Sorenson Vicki Denissen Harry Bradford 9. Senior Citizens, 62 years and over, who are residents of Brooklyn Center may enjoy all Jacuelyn Albright Dawn Kiefer Mike Streitz activity classes at Y: the registration fee. 10. Check schedule for beginning date of each class. I THE BROOKLYN CENTER 1. Sorry, no trip refunds, unless cancelled by the Parks &Recreation Dept. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT Dedicated to the Citizens of Brooklyn Center that they may share in the God given For further information call 561 -5448. right to beauty, to sunshine, to tranquility; and to the end that each may herein find the laughter of childhood, the acceptance of youth, the fulfillment of adult life, Swim registration for Swimming Lessons which are to be conducted at the Community Center y I and the companionship of old age, through a healthy, satisfying use of leisure Pool and Northview Jr. High will be field Saturday, Sept. 12, starting at 9:00 A.M. at the CGM- i time. MUNITY CENTER. Mail registrations will not be accepted for Swimming Lessons, 3 Eugene H. Hagef Director of Parks and Recreation Henry Davis -- Superintendent of Parks REGISTRATION CARDS ARE FOR MAIL USE ONLY. Arnie Mavis -- Superintendent of Recreation WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BEFORE MONDAY, Kathy Hesher — Program Supervisor SEPTEMBER 14 Susan LaCrosse Program Supervisor Gayle Gardner — Aquatic Supervisor 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 NAME REGISTRATION INFORMATION (Last) (First) 1 . All registration must be made at the Park and Recreation office in the Community Center beginning at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, Sept. 12 (Swim registration is separate — see box). ADDRESS "Registrations made by mail will not be accepted before Sept. 14. No phone (Zip) registrations. (Phone) (Work Phone) n! ACTIVITY (Location) 3. The Park and Recreation office in the Community Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 A.M. -10:30 P.M.; Saturday, 1:00-9:00 P.M.; Sunday, 1:00 P.M. -6:00 P.M. CLASS DAY TIME 4. Where Classes are limited, registration will be on the first come — first serve basis. Per- DATE PAID AMOUNT sons are not considered registered until the fee has been paid. The Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel classes or activities when an insufficient number FOR CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES: of people sign up. AGE GRADE BIRTHDATE 5. Instructor will not be permitted to accept registration at the activity location. 6. Should you find it necessary to transfer sessions or class times, this may be done if an SCHOOL openinge exists by paying a 506 transfer fee per class. All transfers must be done in per- son at the Community Center. PARENTS' NAME B R o oi�Lyn cEnTER comm CErTER OPF SWIM SCHEDULE - MONDAY - WEDNESDAY- FRIDAY - 9:00 A.M. TO 10:30 P.M. TUESDAY - THURSDAY - 9:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M. (ADULTS ONLY) 9:00 P.M. TO 10:30 P.M. SATURDAY - 1:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. SUNDAY - 1:00 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. School age children ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE BUILDING during school hours. On school holidays, students will be admitted at 1:00 p.m. Children under 1st oracle MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT in the � bu i lding at all times. The wading pool is open to children ONLY when supervised by a parent. The wading pool is closed during the following hours: TUESDAY & THURSDAY - 4:00 P.M. TO 10:30 P.M. SATURDAY - 9:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. EXERCISE R00m & SAUNA SCHEDULE MONDAY - WEDNESDAY- FRIDAY - 9:00 A.M. TO 10:30 P.M. TUESDAY - THURSDAY - 9:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. (ADULTS ONLY) 9:00 A.M. TO 10:30 P.M. SATURDAY - 9:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. SUNDAY - 1:00 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. The use of the Exercise room i; limited to lbyears and older. The use of the Sauna is limited to 18 years and older. _ COMMUNITY CE MEMBERSHIP RATES Memberships entitle the meir,ber to the use of the Swimming Pool. Exercise Rnom 6 Samna during recreational or "Open" periods. MEMBERSHIP RATES: Months 6 Months 1 Yea Family i%i� $S5.00 $95.00 Individual $20.00 $55.00 $60.00 GENERAL ADMISSION Adult (18 & over) $1.75 Youth (15 -17) $1.25 (Under 5 years of age Child (5 -14) $1.00 FREE) PLEASE NOTE Family Membership will be limited to parents, and children living at home 20 years of age and under. GAMEROOM Enjoy our gameroom equipped with - foosball, pool, video games and pinball. COMMUNITY CENTER HOLIDAY HOURS Labor Day, September - 7,1981 - 1:00 - 6:00 P.M. The Community Center will be closed on Thanksgiving November 26, 1981 FRIENDSHIP QUILTING CLUB - Here's a good opportunity to use those leftover swatches of material and also a chance to meet new friends! Make quilts to give your guest room a new look, or great as a gift! Quilters meet the 1st and 3rd Wed. of every month, excluding June, July and August, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Community Center. Sept. 16th drop in for coffee and see some of the beautiful quilts made by them. Call 561 -1219, if you have any questions. " BROOKLYN CENTER WOMEN'S CLUB - Come alone or bring a friend to the Annual Fall Salad Luncheon. Meetings and programs are the second Tuesday of the month at 1:00 pm at the Community Center. Dues are nominal. Trips are offered monthly. Women interested in the club may call 561 -4025 or 560 -3136. Sept. 8 - Annual Fall Luncheon and Sing -a -long. Noon - 3:00 pm, $2.50 for non members. Sept. 22 - Trip, Stillwater: cruise, luncheon and tour. BROOKLYN HISTORICAL SOCIETY - "Presenting ..Ignatius Donnelly," with Dr. John Chalberg, instructor from Normandale College impersonating one of Minnesota's most colorful political characters, 7:30 pm Tues., Sept. 22 at the new Brookdale Library, 6125 Shingle Creek Parkway. "History of Flying in Minnesota" by Jerry Sandvig, instructor from North Hennepin Community College, 7:30 pm,Tues., Oct. 20 at the new Brookdale Library. "Culture of American Indians" by Ignatia Brooker, 7:30 pm, Tues., Nov. 17 at North Hennepin Community College, also see Minnesota Historical Society's exhibit called "Sacred Circle of Life." HAPPY FACE SQUARE DANCE CLUB - Will be offering dance lessons for adults and children starting TueS•,Sept. 22, 7:30 - 9:30 pm at Northport School. For further information call 522 -8337 or 522 -6222. GRASSFIELD RADIO CONTROL CLUB, MODEL AVIATION - A GREAT HOBBY /SPORT The club meets the second Fri. of each month at the Brooklyn Center Community Center beginning Oct. 9, 7:30 -10:00 pm. 537 -4791. BROOKLYN SWIM CLUB - Youth 6 years through college are invited to join the Brooklyn Swim Club, the local Minnesota U.S. Swimming Club, for competitive swimming, sponsored by Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park Parks and Recreation Departments. The swim club offers a wide ranging program for individuals for all levels of ability. A free 2 -week trial period is offered to any one who has never tried competitive swimming. NORTHSTAR GYMNASTICS CLUB - For girls interested in competitive gymnastics. A basic knowledge of gymnastics is needed to try out. Cost varies with level of ability. For information call 427 -4783. O BROADWAY MUSICAL THEATER - Auditions for the musical "Gypsy" will be held Sept. 10 & 11 at 7:00 pm and Sept. 13 at 1:00 pm at the Brooklyn Center Community Center. "Gypsy" an extraordinary blend of music, rowdy comedy and powerful drama. Opening Nov. 27 and running Nov. 28, Dec 3 -5 at the Community center. Tickets on sale beginning Nov. 1. NEIGHBORIN PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENTS For information regarding swimming and teen programs at Brooklyn Jr., call Brooklyn Park Recreation Department, 425 -4517. Osseo Jr., Maple Grove Parks and Recreation Department, 425 -4521. BROOKLYN CENTER PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway 561 -5448 I RIGISTR COMMUNITY EDUCATION Registration information for Brooklyn Center Dist. X6286 Community Education classes can be completed in two ways. FALL 1981 1) Fill out & mail brochure registra- tion form with fee included. Sepa- C O M M U N I T Y E D U C A T I O N rate form for each desired class. 2) Personally come to the Community - MARZIPAN - Janet Doud Education office, Brooklyn Center A delightful addition to a cookie High School, between 7:30am and or candy plate. Child's play to 4:00pm. make. Learn to make and take home Pre- registration is required for all a variety of fruit & vegetable classes. Classes will be filled on a creations. Children welcome if first -come, first -serve basis. Mail with adult. Food fee $2,00 payable to instructor. registration & fee (check only - individual checks for individual 1 session $2.75 Rm.44 . classes) to: Sat.,Nov.7 9:30 -noon BCHS Brooklyn Center School District MEXICAN FOODS AREN'T H ARD - Community Education Office SCHOOL DISTRICT 286 6500 Humboldt Ave. No. Nancy Hansen Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 Learn to make all the Mexican Make checks payable to • foods you enjoy at local restaur- Brooklyn Center School • District X6286 HOMIMAKING ants, including enchiladas, chile rellenos, chimichangas, sopaillas, If you are not notified by phone, and more. Bring your appetite. your registration has been processed. There will be lots of samples. R egistration closes September 23 . APPETIZERS,IN THE BEGINNING -Janet Doud Maximum food cost is $4.00. - This is a new appetizer class. In- 2 sessions $6.00 Rm.44 WHO CAN ENROLL: Unless specified, cluded will be such tidbits as ham & Thurs.,Oct.8 7 -10pm BCHS classes are open to all interested cheese bouches, shrimp mini quiches, persons with no age restrictions. a taco dip, plus others. $1.25 food MICROWAVE COOKING - Mary Memelink Regular K -12 students are encouraged fee payable to instructor at class. Basics - Lectures & demonstrations to enroll. Families are welcome and 1 session $2.75 Rm.44 will be given plus tips & hints. are encouraged to participate in Tues.,Nov.10 7:30- 9:30pm BCHS Approx. $5.00 food fee. I activities. 4 sessions $11.00 Rm.44 No refunds will be made after the CAKE DECORATING,BEGINNING C.Corcoran Mon.,Sept.28 7- 9:30pm BCHS first class session. Learn to make flowers, borders, Wed.,Oct.7 7- 9:30pm BCHS sugar molds, &clown figures. Create - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - beautiful cakes for family & friends. Ca ndy - It's fun! Make fudge, pea- COMMUNITY SCHOOL REGISTRATION Students will provide their. own cakes nut brittle, etc. $2.50 food fee. & frosting. Kits may be purchased 1 sesssion $2.75 Rm.44 for $8.50 at the first class. Please Tues.,Dec.l 7- 9:30pm BCHS (Name) have correct change. Thurs.,Dec.10 7- 9:30pm BCHS 8 sessions $16.00 Rm.55 (Address) Wed.,Sept.30 7 -9pm BCHS Gourmet - Prepare foods "fit for a king." A 45 page recipe book included CAKE DECORATING,INTEP- MEDIATE - in fee. Approx. $4.00 food fee. (Home Phone) (Bus. Phone) (Zip) Carroll Corcoran 2 sessions $7.50 Rm.44 Beginning cake decorating is a Mon.,Nov.23 7- 9:30pm BCHS (Name of Course) prerequisite. Students bring own buttercream icing first night. ORIENTAL COOKING, BEGINNING - $ Learn advanced flowers, borders, Mary Yoshida (Meeting Day & Date) (Fee) how to work with royal icing, in- Learn how to cook simple, fast, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - cluding run sugar work (color flow), inexpensive meals. Will show how COMMUNITY SCHOOL REGISTRATION Marzipan & figure piping. Proper to make tasty, attractive dishes way to decorate and assemble a with items which can be purchased (Name) wedding cake. at local grocery stores. Innovative 8 sessions $16.00 Rm.55 ways to use leftovers. Thurs.,Oct.l 7 -9pm BCHS 4 sessions $11.00 Rm.44 (Address) Tues.,Sept.29 7 -9pm BCHS CROCHETING & KNITTING -Bev Clayson (Home Phone) (Bus. Phone) (Zip) Learn to form a series of loops SEWING FOR THE INDIVIDUAL E.Bolnick into a crocheted pattern of shells, Individual instruction in making (Name of Course) popcorns, granny motifs, flowers, garment of your choice. Bring pat- $ edgings & afgan stitch; or the tern, material & all notions called (Meeting Day & Date) (Fee) knitting process, creating inter- for on your pattern, scissors, pins, locking loops of yarn to form an tape measure, thread & needle. article. Class will include all Limit of 7 people to class. F GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT skill levels. Bring a #H aluminum 5 sessions $18.00 Rm.46 MMUNITY EDUCATION CALL: crochet hook or a pair of X68 sin- Tues.,Sept.29 7- 9:30pm BCHS Jim Norwick gle pointed needles and 4 -ply K.W. sayelle yarn. SEW LIKE A PRO - JoAnn Krause tor of Community Education 561 -8460 8 sessions $16.00 Rm.33 Learn sewing tips taken from the Tues.,Sept.29 7 -9pm BCHS apparel industry on how to cut hours NITY USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES off the time spent in sewing at home tions for permit to use school EATING ALTERNATIVES - & achieve more professional appearing t facilities may be obtained Northwest Community Co -op garments. The complete construction Community Education Office. Increase your knowledge of ways to of blouses, blazers, jackets, vests, use whole & natural foods. Course skirts & pants will be demonstrated. will include recipes & food demon- Speed tailoring. Lining & simple strations covering nutritious snacks, zipper applications. Plus redesign- BROCHURI C drinks, desserts, breads & meatless ing of patterns for today's fashions. meals. Learn the value of sugar -free Demonstration & lecture in class. & additive -free eating. Food cost Sewing is done at home. Bring paper O First Bank $3.00. & pencil for taking notes, or book- Mi nneapolis 2 sessions No fee Rm.33 let will be available to purchase. Thurs.,Oct.l 7 -9pm BCHS Many samples will be shown. You may Member First Bank System bring a bag lunch. St BrOAd Offim 1 session $6.00 Cafe � Sat. ,Nov. 7 9am -4pm BCHS 1A�est 8rosdway on 370 -S2S2 Put a The First Bm* for the North CorrMrwnity ass It ec n I i i i re ! Member FDIC SEWING WITH SWEATER KNITS - J.Krause JAZZERCISE - Jean O'Reilly ARTS HUR Sew your sweaters in a couple of Here's Jazzercise- fitness with a flair, hours. This course is designed for easy to follow movements --a unique way those interested in special tech- of body conditioning that uses joyful CALLIGRAPHY I - Mary Beverage niques for sewing with new sweater jazz movements, stretching & steps Lettering - Chancery Italic, can be knits. Learn construction tips for choreographed to all kinds of music developed into everyday handwriting. T- shirts, shells, gold plackets, from rock to ragtime. Lift your spirits, Text & materials ( "The Italic Way to zipper applications, V- necks, card- put a bounce in your step & a smile Beautiful Handwriting," a Platignum igan sweaters, plus hats, mittens. on your face! Men & women age 14 & pen - 5 points for left or right hand Bring paper and pencil to class. over are welcome. No dance experience ink) will run about $15.00 & should Fee includes booklet on sweater necessary. Register at class. be brought to the first class along knits. $16.00 e ach (Sessions I & II) New Gym with a pointed nylon tip pen. 2 sessions $7.50 Rm.46 Tues., &Thurs. 4:45- 5:30pm EB EB 6 sessions $12.00 Rm.50 Wed.,Dec.2 6:30- 9:30pm BCHS Session I - Sept.15 -Oct.1 Thurs.,Oct.1 7 -9pm BCHS Session II - Oct.6- Oct.29 YOGURT IN EVERYTHING - Nancy Hansen $24.00(session III) FIBER ORNAMENTS - Beth Lehet Learn how easy it is to make your Session III - Nov.3- Dec.15 A variety of ornaments will be own delicious yogurt, and how to use created using colorful weaving yogurt in beverages, dips, cakes, KEEPING AFLOAT IN TODAY'S ECONOMY - fibers. We will make decorations sauces, and more. Food fee approx. Barbara Knowles - 1st Bank Mpls. such as coiled ornaments (using $2.00. Learn helpful hints for family coiled basketry techniques),tsung 1 session fi3.00 Rm.44 budgeting & personal planning. In- tse (a 3- dimensional Oriental de- Thurs.,Nov.5 7 -10pm BCHS cluded will be budgeting, investment sign), & other decorations using alternatives, & how to make credit various weaving techniques. This work for you. class is a wonderful way to learn 1 session $1.00 Rm. 37 new fiber skills while designing G[N[RA[ I Mon.,Oct.5 7pm BCHS useful holiday & household ornaments. KNOW YOUR 35 MILLIMETER CAMERA -Pat Nau Students will need scissors. ASSET MANAGEMENT /FINANCIAL PLANNING 4 sessions $10.00 Ed Johnson You will learn a variety of tech- Thurs.,Nov.12 7- 9:30pm BCHS niques helpful in operating your Areas of discussion will cover fi- 35mm camera. Discussions on indoor MACRAME, BEGINNING - Eva Bolnick nancial, estate & retirement planning. & outdoor lighting, photographic Learn basic knots & techniques. Individual sessions will deal with composition, proper exposure, lenses, You will make a sampler and then topics such as inflation,investments, film, hints & shortcuts. Learn how make a project of your choice. taxes, probate, & tax shelters. You to get the best possible results Bring scissors,T- pins,board & tape will have the opportunity to develop from your prints. A lab tour is measure, materials extra. your own asset management profile. planned. Question & answer periods 5 sessions $12.50 Rm.58 6 sessions $3.00 Rm•37 are included. Mon.,Sept.28 7- 9:30pm BCHS Thurs.,Oct.1 7 -9pm BCHS 6 sessions $12.00 Rm.58 AUTOMOBILE BASICS FOR WOMEN - Tues.,Sept.29 7 -9pm BCHS MACRAME, HANGING TABLES OR PLANT Norris Hanson & David Stahl OLD FASHIONED GARDEN PERENNIALS - HANGERS - Eva Bolnick This course will deal with helping Bev Clayson Should know basic knots, bring the average woman better understand Plan your garden of blooms for pattern & materials or can order her own personal automobile. It will fresh cut bouquets from April - from instructor at first class. explain the major systems, engine, Bring scissors & tape measure. Octo;�er. Small or large area. Snap - transmission, exhaust, cooling, 5 sessions $12.50 Rm.58 shots & notes on personality of a heating, air - conditioning, front end, Perennial." WHEN: To awaken & cover; Thurs.,Oct.1 7- 9:30pm BCHS brakes, and tires. to divide & give a hair cut. WHERE: 8 sessions $16.00 Rm.33 STAINED GLASS- WINDOW DESIGN & Arranging in a border with the sun. Wed.,Sept.30 7 -9pm BCHS 3 sessions $6.00 Rm.33 CONSTRUCTION Craig Johnson Mon.,Sept.28 7 -9pm BCHS Instructor will teach beginning & BASIC LAW WE ALL SHOULD KNOW - advanced students the techniques Stephen Beseres STRESS,HOW TO SURVIVE LIFE D.Stulman needed to build a window. Students Everyone experiences stress. Course will complete a window in this The class will cover family law, p Real Estate Law, probate, wills, and training will acquaint participants course. Advanced students will be insurance. Everyone should have a with knowledge of different stress able to work with the instructor minimal understanding of the general theories & will provide some specific on a one -to -one basis. Students will law in these areas. skills for coping with & managing have to buy a glass cutter the first 4 sessions $2.00 Rm.31 stress. Participants will gain an night & all supplies needed for a Mon.,Sept.28 7 -8pm BCHS understanding of the differences window after the first session. Other between stress & stressors & between tools needed are a hammer, soldering BOOKKEEPING,BEGINNING -Carol Naumann stress & distress, the impact of life arm, and pliers. Instruction in basic journal entries, change, physical components of stress, 7 sessions $28.00 Rm.50 techniques for managing excessive Tues.,Sept.29 7 -9 m BCHS adjusting & closing entries, basic p financial statements & accounting stress, & a Stress Prevention Kit". principles. Students will become 3 sessions $30.00 Library familiar with the accounting cycle. Tues.,Sept.29 6:30- 9:30pm BCHS Textbook: Accounting Principles by TYPING,BEGINNING - Merve Amsden Niswonger & Fess($20.50) available Learn keyboard & basic typing to students on the first night. techniques, for personal use or Working papers (optional) $7.00. background for employment. 10 sessions $20.00 Rm.39 8 sessions $16.00 Rm.6 Mon.,Sept.21 7 -9pm BCHS Tues.,Sept.29 7 -9pm BCHS CHAIR CANING - Pauline Ley SENIOR C I T I I E N S Cane that antique chair. Both weaving & spline cane taught. Mat- 7WOMEN TR ANSITION - Free admission to Senior's 60 years erials needed for class: awl or ice ague of Women Voters and older to athletic and music events pick, scissors, razor blade, needle „ " nose pliers, 2 cloths, plastic ice A. Nina Rothschild, Executive Dir- Obtain your Purple Card for free ail and small bottle of 1 admission at the Community Education cream P g y ector of the Council on Economic Office. For more information call cerine. Cane & other supplies pur- Status for Women, will speak on chased in class for $8.50. Questions "Pornography & the Women's Movement." 561 -8460. call 561 -8763. 1 session No Fee Rm.31 8 sessions $16.00 Rm.50 Tues.,Oct.13 7:30pm BCHS HOT LUNCH Wed.,Sept.30 7 -9pm BCHS Senior citizens are invited to eat hot lunch at Earle Brown Elementary B. Lorial Rathman, who is associated School, 5900 Humboldt Ave. No., on ICE FISHING CLINIC - Ken Lelm with The Johnson Institute as a Discussion will include how to make family counselor lecturer & trainer any school day. Lunch is served at the proper selection of ice fishing will speak on "Women & Chemical 12:30pm at a cost of $1.50. Seniors equipment and the correct way to apply Health." desiring to eat the hot lunch are to various methods of ice fishing. Also 1 session No Fee Rm.31 call the school by 9:30am on the learn more about area lakes. Thurs.,Oct.22 7:30pm BCHS morning of the day they plan to eat 1 session $2,75 Rm.31 lunch. Phone 561* -4480 with your Tues.,Oct.20 7:30pm BCHS reservations.