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1980 Edition 25 March 11 4.,-, 1 THE SOMETHING MORE CITY NEWSLETTER - INCLUDES THE 1980 SPRING BROOKLYN CENT E R 9RDDh�vN CENiE _: AND ttE PARK & RECREATION DEPARTMENT BROCHURE • � BROo CIT O N CENTER / REPORT * MANAGER'S MARCH, 1980 NO. 25 Bond Issue Planned Th Y e ar 1 R ecreation Needs For iota Residents will be asked this spring to Recreation Commission. The group con- the development of the community's park approve a bond issue for the general ducted a comprehensive study of the park system. improvement of neighborhood parks, system regarding its status, the needs The result of the commission study is playgrounds, Central Park, the Palmer and deficiencies. Suggestions and recom- a plan that recognizes the need to provide Lake Basin, the Shingle Creek trailway mendations have been received from facilities for all age groups, interests and system, and the Arboretum. public hearings, neighborhood groups, abilities. The plan also classifies parks as The issue is being proposed, with the and meetings with local civic organiza- to their use and function, and establishes total amount yet to be determined, after tions and clubs. a system of priorities for development. several years of study by the Park and Presently the City has more than 500 These priorities are: the complete acres of park land and many parks in vari- development of neighborhood parks; the Election Judges ous stages of development. In 1957, development of Central Park; the devel- residents overwhelmingly passed a opment of the Palmer Lake Basin; the $400,000 bond issue for the acquisition development of the Shingle Creek Trail Are Needed and development of parks. In 1968, System; and the preliminary development another bond issue was passed which of the Arboretum. Election judges are needed in Brooklyn included the Community Center and Center during the Primary and General swimming pool, athletic field lighting, Once all the needs are totally dis- elections this year. park shelter buildings, and other civic cussed, and the cost is determined, a Party affiliation will be required as part developments. complete inventory of projects and areas of the overall information. Interested will be provided. Several thousand participants are now residents should contact the City Hall at involved annually in department activi- 561 -5440 regarding the qualifications ties, and the future is certain to show an and the amount of pay. even higher participant increase. Land Golf Course You can also write to the City Clerk, acquisition for parks is virtually com- Feasibility Study 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway, Brooklyn pleted; a recreation center has been built; Center, 55430, for further information. and a good start has been made toward Is Underway Learn Minor Home R epa irs , ap The feasibility study fora golf course, proved by the Brooklyn Center City Council, on the south side of Highway I Energy Improvements 100 adjacent to the water tower in Lions Park is being conducted by Brauer and Associates. I Residents interested in learning how April 16— Weatherization and insula- City staff recommended that the study to do minor home repairs, or energy tion. Energy pro- be conducted prior to the completion of p gy gy gadgets and consumer improvements, are urged to attend a tection. Exterior structural aspects the planning process for the Shingle series of workshops to be conducted at including roofing, siding, load bearing Creek trailway system, south of Highway Brooklyn Center High School. walls, sky lights and heating systems. 100. The home remodeling, repair and April 23— Woodburning safely and effi- Contour maps taken off aerial photos energy workshops, sponsored by the will be studied, and followed by a cost ciently. Electrical repairs and conserva- Brooklyn Center Housing and Conser- estimate along with a soil analysis of the a vation Commission, are scheduled for s techniques. Interior structural area. April 9, 16, 23 and 30 from 7:30 to aspects, including flooring, ceiling, plas- ter, paint and stain, and stairs. 9:30 p.m. The schedule is as follows: April 9 —Tax incentives, financing April 30 — Solar application and green *Citizen inquiries and requests may options, City programs and cost benefits. houses. Plumbing repair and improve- be directed at the City Administra- ments. Insulation weatherization, tion. If there is an q uestion regard- Landscaping and outdoor living space Y q 9 (including decks and patios). Determining windows, air -lock entry, attic ventilation. ing a service that we are authorized housing needs of individual family units, Interested persons are asked to to perform, please call us at building codes and permits, costs to pre- register by calling Brooklyn 561 - 5440. consider. at 5r64 -664A+ Extensive Road, Highway Construction Is Scheduled A heavy schedule of highway and road ject to complete the North -South portion the specific planned stages will be pro - construction will begin this summer in of 1 -94 from Minneapolis to 1 -94 in vided in future issues of the Manager's Brooklyn Center, and residents can Brooklyn Center. Further details regarding Report. expect to see various detours and alter- nate routes until the completion of each project. g g Cable Television Ordinance The new bridge over I -94 at Shingle Creek Parkway will be completed and opened this summer, with the exit ramps completed in 1981, and all ramps con- Being Prepared For Review structed in 1982. Temporary traffic signals will be installed at Shingle Creek Parkway and The Northwest Suburbs Cable Com- "Model Cable Communications Franchise Summit Drive, and at Freeway Boulevard munications Commission, formed by a Ordinance ", and the "Invitation For and Shingle Creek Parkway. Permanent joint agreement between the cities of Applications ". traffic signals will also be installed at Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, In the "Analysis ", TMC has provided Humboldt and Freeway Boulevard. Golden Valley, Maple Grove, New Hope, information to the Commission which As the first stage of the Minnesota Osseo, Plymouth and Robbinsdale, was reviews the current spectrum of offerings Department of Transportation ( MNDOT) established to jointly and cooperatively in urban cable systems, and what may be 1 -94 reconstruction project begins, the provide the necessary legal and technical anticipated in the future. Services range Humboldt entrance to the freeway will mechanisms to develop a cable franchise, from the traditional one -way entertain - remain open during the construction of and to bring cable television service to the ment cable television services to newly the Shingle Creek interchange ramps and northwest suburbs of Hennepin County. introduced two -way signals between the the ramps at Highway 100 and the home subscriber and the cable television freeway. Much of the work by the Commission involves very technical and specialized system headquarters, providing home During the first stage of 1 -94 recon- shopping, energy control, audience poll - struction b MNDOT, the City plans to information. In order to assure that the y y p Commission is provided with the proper ing, and intrusion alarm monitoring widen Summit Drive from the present 24 services. feet to 50 feet, to accomodate the technical information necessary for the increasing traffic flow. Curb and development of a cable system, a private In the "Model Cable Franchise' ", the 9 gutter consultant has addressed the legal will be installed on Summit Drive from consultant, Telecommunications Man- agement Corporation (TMC) of Los Ange- requirements involved in franchising a Shingle Creek Parkway to Earle Brown cable operator to bring cable service to Co Drive, and a sidewalk will be installed on California, has been retained by the p g Summit, from Shingle Creek Parkway Commission. the northwest suburbs. Additionally, in 9 Y to Co the "Invitation for Applications ", the the pedestrian bridge at Highway 100. The consultant's services include pro- consultant has prepared a draft of the Plans also include a realignment of the viding an analysis of cable policy issues, application which the cable operators entrance to the Brooklyn Center Commu- preparing a model cable franchise ordi- must complete when they submit bids for nity Center to intersect with Shingle nance, preparing the invitation for appli- the franchise. Creek Parkway. cations, and evaluating the franchise All the documents and information During the second stage of 1 -94 recon- applications received from the cable prepared by TMC will be submitted to struction, which will begin in 1981, the companies. each of the member cities in the Commis - Humboldt bridge at the freeway will be TMC has already prepared three draft sion for their review and comments, prior closed and removed. Traffic on Highway documents, including an "Analysis of to any formal action taken by the 100 will continue east on 1 -94, but will Cable Communication Policy Issues ", a Commission. not be able to cross Humboldt, and the Xerxes interchange with the freeway will also be closed during the later part of this Stage. Joint Suburban Continuing construction projects also involve the bridges and ramp at the Hum- boldt interchange, with traffic to be detoured. Four new bridges will replace Police R the old bridge over Highway 100 at Hum- boldt. Northbound traffic on Highway 100 wishing to turn west on 1 -94 will no During the general testing, interested longer use the Highway 100 interchange, A Federal grant has been obtained to applicants taking the test at a designated but must use the new one at Shingle initiate a joint suburban police recruit- location, will be able to indicate their Creek Parkway, and the Brooklyn ment program, presently being con- community preference. The one -time Boulevard interchange. The four planned ducted by the cities of Bloomington and testing will avoid constant duplication of bridges will handle the traffic north and Fridley. the test in several communities. south on Humboldt; and east on 1 -694 The grant provides the funds for The testing includes general knowl- and from 1 -694 to the south. research in three areas: what to include in edge, technical police information, psy- Bids will also be taken this summer by the test; testing procedures; and chological testing, physical aptitude, and MNDOT for a five stage construction pro- implementation. a final review by the oral interview board. Permanent Garbage Containers Cannot Be Placed On Curb Residents are reminded that a Brook- impervious bags. Other wastes such as nent storage area, or the containers lyn Center ordinance indicates that stor- papers or empty cans can be stored in can be set in front of the garage age of refuse between collection dates cardboard boxes or similar containers. doors, or immediately in front of the can be either inside the garage or base- Disposable containers, regardless of house. ment, or outside at the rear or side of the what they contain, can be placed on the The containers cannot be set out building. curb for pick -up by the garbage hauler. earlier than sunset preceding the reg- If kept outside, the waste containers The disposable containers must be ular pick -up day. must be screened from view of adjacent securely shut to prevent spilling or blow- The City of Brooklyn Center does not streets or any other residential place ing out of the contents. pick up refuse, but will provide residents within 50 feet of the location of the Per inanaaLtype containers cannot with a list of haulers. For additional infor- I containers. be set on the egar Tess of mation regarding the ordinance of to 1 Containers used for garbage must be what the hauler says, the containers obtain the list of haulers please call the either regular metal or plastic cans or must be picked up from the perma- City Hall at 561 -5440. Tornado, Storm Public Health Nursing Warning Rules Se rvice Is Available TORNADO WATCH rehabilitation and general nursing care of No Sirens: A U.S. Weather Bureau alert to the The Suburban Public Health Nursing the patient. The nurse will also help the possibility of tornado development in a Service is available to community patient and the family to understand the ied period a residents in need. The service is funded illness and will help to carry out the physi- specified area for a specified Stay tuned to radio if if television for through City tax dollars, the United Way cian's prescribed treatment. latest advisory information. and service charges. The nurse will also provide health and TORNADO WARNING Fees for services may include a small planning information for expectant Five minute, steady siren tone: charge for clinic services and flexible mothers. After the birth, aid can also be Report of a tornado sighting and loca- charges for nursing care in the home. provided to assist with the general peeds tion, the time of detection and the doca- Charges are based on the patient's or of the child. If the patient is not able to tion of movement. Take shelter family's ability to pay. Payments for ser- afford Well -Child health services and vices can also be received through Wel- immunization through private medical immediately. fare, Medicare, Veteran's Administration, sources, the nurse can provide informa- AT HOME the Cancer Society and private insurance. tion about available clinics. Enrollment in Seek inside shelter: There is no charge for visits made for the such clinics is dependent upon the fam- The corner of the basement toward purpose of health supervision or health ily "s financial resources and through the tornado offers the greatest safety. In instruction. direct referral from a doctor. a home with no basement, take cover If help is needed in the home due to For additional information regarding under heavy furniture in the center of the extended illness or disability, the public this service, please call the Suburban house. Keep some windows open, but health nurse can assist with baths, injec- Public Health Nursing Service at 933 - stay away from them. tions or other treatments, and with the 2445. AT SCHOOL Go to the basement or an inner hall- way on a lower floor. Stay away from Annual Street Repair building entrances and windows. If build- ing is of reinforced construction, stay inside. Avoid auditoriums, gymnasiums, ment breaks off. Each time a tire runs or large areas with poorly supported City crews will soon begin the process over the crack, more asphalt breaks off roofs. of patching "pot- holes" in the commu- the edge of the pavement at the crack, IN OPEN COUNTRY nity streets. The "pot- holes" are primar- and so there is a "pot- hole ". Move away from the tornado's path at ily located on the cold -mixed streets This type of breakdown is more preva- a right angle. If there is no time to escape which were not built to the same stan- lent in the spring of the year as the ground lie flat in the nearest depression, such as dards as the "hot -mixed asphalt"" paved begins to thaw out during the day, and li ditch. streets. freeze during the night. The alternating The holes develop in areas where the freeze and thaw causes a loosening crack. AT WORK pavement has large cracks, allowing The Brooklyn Center crews attempt to Office Building: water to seep under the pavement and patch the "pot- holes" as they develop in Go to the basement or an inner hall- wet the subgrade. an effort to slow down the pavement way on a lower floor. The wet subgrade is not able to fully breakup process. Inspection by the Factory: support the pavement, and when a tire crews, along with resident calls keep the Go to a shelter area, or to the base- runs over the crack, the edge of the crack department aware of the existing and ment if there is one. begins to break off or a chunk of pave- developing "pot- holes ". Commissions Provide Rummage Sale al 1 V uab e Service Regulations The Brooklyn Center Rummage Sale Ordinance is now amended to allow the Five citizen commissions aid the Conservation Commission, Human Rights placement of signs advertising the sale on Brooklyn Center City Council in an advi- Commission, Park and Recreation Com- private property, with the permission of sory capacity regarding a wide range of mission, and the Housing Commission. the owner. Previously, signs were activities, from planning to human rights. Members volunteer their time to allowed only at the site of the sale. Active commissions operating in the attend frequent meetings, at least Rummage sale signs are still limited to City include the Planning Commission, monthly, to address matters relevant to no more than 2Yz square feet in size and the particular commission. are allowed only on private property. It is All commission members are illegal to place signs on power poles or N ew Code Officers appointed by the Mayor, subject to con- to erect the signs along traffic firmation by the City Council. thoroughfares. B egin Their Duties Any residents interested in being con- The ordinance also limits an individual sidered as a commission member should to no more than four rummage sales each Two newly hired Code Enforcement contact the City Manager's Office, 6301 year, with each sale lasting no more than Officers (CEO's) begin their duties this Shingle Creek Parkway, or call 561- three consecutive days. spring, relieving police officers from non- 5440. As vacancies appear in some of For additional information regarding criminal activities. the commissions, the Mayor will consider the ordinance, please call the City Hall at The CEO's will be on duty from 8:30 the applications. 561 -5440. a.m. to 1:30 a.m. during most days to enforce the non - criminal codes for various City departments. They will enforce parking violations Animals Not Allowed junk car ordinances, violations of the animal code, sign ordinances and others. They will also respond to non - criminal calls for service, normally handled by To police officers. Run At L arg e The new officers underwent extensive training from the various departments Residents are reminded that domestic impounded, and will not be released until this winter. animals running at large may be all proper fees are paid. Domestic animals are not allowed on the private property of another person without consent, and the animal must be restrained to his premises by leashing, City of Brooklyn Center fencing or immediate supervision and ver- bal command of the owner. CITY COUNCIL Dean Nyquist Mayor Any domestic animal capable of trans - nar .Councilman mitting rabies and which has bitten a Bill Fi 9 human will be impounded for at least 10 Tony Kuefler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Councilman days, under the care of a licensed veteri- Gene Lhotka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Councilman narian. If the animal is found not to be Celia Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Councilwoman rabid, it will be returned to the owner after all costs have been paid for the * * * * * impoundment. Gerald Splinter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . City Manager A delinquent dog license fee of $15 is SERVICE DIRECTORY charged if the unlicensed dog is picked up by the animal patrol operating in the City. Emergency Numbers (24 Hours) No such charge will be made if the owner is late in purchasing the license, but only POLICE -- FIRE . . . . . . . . . 561 -5720 if the dog is picked up without a license. City Hall Offices . 561 - 544{x'" Dog licenses can be purchased throughout the year at City Hall or the (Monday- Friday — 8 A.M. to 5 P.M:) Community Center, and also at the Annual Rabies Vaccination Clinic. Community Center . . . . . . . 561 -5448 Licenses expire each year on May 31, and cost $5 for a male or female dog, and $3 CITY OFFICES �Q � for a neutered male or spayed female dog. 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway a g r The City has renewed their contract Brooklyn Center, Minnesota 55430 with Municipal and Private Services, Inc. � (MAPSI) for animal control in the commu- nity. Their phone is 339 -6666. 1980 Spring Brochure �. Adult Activities J RARKSANORECEATION TRIM AND SWIM - Begins April 1 CHILD -C ARE SERV ICE An hour of exercise to music followed by a swim on your own. For -- adults of all sizes and shapes. A great way to look and feel better. The "PLAY- CORNER" will be provided for parents attending Registration fee, $10.00/8 lessons. Instructor Mrs. Hovis. morning classes, programs, meetings, or swimming at the Community Center. The cost is 50 per child per hour for each Tuesday 7:30 pm North View Jr. High pre - school child. The "PLAY- CORNER" will be open Monday- TRIMNASTICS - NEW - Begins April 14 Friday, 8:45 am to 12:15 pm. For other information call 561 -5448. A fun new exercise program for adults. In addition to moderate exercises, participants will enjoy volleyball, jumping rope and more. The class will be somewhat geared to individual needs. Registration BALLET - Begins April 1 fee $7.00/7 lessons. Take advantage of this after work class, improve your figure and Monday 7:30 -8:30 pm Fair Oaks Elementary bodytone as you learn ballet technique. A great way to unwind at MEN'S GYM NIGHT - Begins March 13 the end of the day. No previous training necessary. Instructor Mrs. Wilson. Registration fee $10.00/10 weeks. For men post high school age. Open gym for jogging informal basketball, volleyball, etc. Activity fee is 50 per person. No organ - Tuesday 6:15 -7:15 pm Community Center ized teams please. EXERCISE & DANCE - Begins March 31 & April 1 Thursday 8:00 -10:00 pm Earle Brown School Saturday 1:30 -6:00 pm North View Jr. High Renew your figure, vitality & poise. The class is fun, challenging, MIXED VOLLEYBALL creative and will include aerobic dance movements. Instructor Mrs. Wilson. Registration fee $8.00/10 weeks. 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. Activity A- Monday -March 31 10:00 -1 1:00 am Community Center fee is 50 per person. B- Tuesday -April 1 7:15 -8:15 pm Community Center C- Tuesday -April 1 8:25 -9:25 pm Community Center Wednesday 7:30 -10:00 pm Brooklyn Center High LEISURE FITNESS - Begins March 31 DISCO DANCE WORKSHOP - March 18 Disco is fun and EASY for everyone, not just the exhibition dancers For men and women 62 years and over, take a dip in the pool after you see on T.V.!! Come to a one hour introductory lesson and see class! Learn sensible exercise designed to help maintain the strength how easy and fun it really is!! Couples only. Instructor Mr. Eck. and tone of muscles, improve movement of joints, stimulates Registration fee $2.00 per couple/ 1 session. healthy circulation and aids digestion. A MINIMUM OF 10 people must be registered prior to March 31. Instructor Mrs. Wilson. Tuesday 7:30 -8:30 pm Brooklyn Center High Registration fee 4.00/8 weeks. DISCO DANCE - Begins April 8 Monday 11:15 am -Noon Community Center Learn the latest Disco Dances! Line Dances & Couple Hustle varia- tions including the Latin Hustle will be taught. For couples only. SENIOR SWIMNASTICS - Begins April 1 Instructor Mr. Eck. Registration fee $20.00/8 weeks. Exercise in the pool for better health and a trimmer figure. You do A- Tuesday 7:40 -8:40 pm Brooklyn Center High not have to be a swimmer to participate in this great form of exercise. All participants 62 and older, must furnish doctors name BALLROOM DANCE - Begins April 8 and phone numbers on registration. Classes will be held at the For couples only. Dancing is a skill that can be learned. Don't sit on Community Center, Instructor Mrs. Hovis. Registration fee $3.50/8 the side lines and watch others enjoy themselves. Learn the Waltz, sessions. Foxtrot, Swing, Rumba, Cha -Cha, Polka and Schottische. Instructor Tuesday 9:00 -10:00 am Community Center Mr. Eck. Registration fee, $20.00/8 weeks. A- Tuesday 6:30 -7:30 pm Brooklyn Center High SWIMNASTICS - Begins April 1 & 3 B- Tuesday 8:50 -9:50 pm Brooklyn Center High Exercise in the pool for better health and a trimmer figure. You do PAPERS FOR CALLIGRAPHY WORKSHOP - March 23 not have to be a swimmer to participate in this form of exercise. Discussion of kinds, how to chose where to purchase and store Instructor Mrs. Hovis. Registration fee $7.50/8 lessons. calligraphy paper. Students will also learn how to prepare paper to COMMUNITY CENTER accept ink and how to protect them after calligraphy is done. Stu- dents must have some skill with a calligraphic pen. Bring to class a A- Tuesday Begins April 1 10:00 -11:00 am calligraphic pen, ink and samples of any paper including practice B- Thursday Begins April 3 9:00 -10:00 am paper used for calligraphy. Instructor Mrs. Johnson. Registration fee C- Thursday Begins April 3 10:00 -11:00 am $3.00/1 session. NORTH VIEW JR. HIGH D- Tuesday Begins April 1 6:30 -7:30 pm Sunday 1:00 -3:30 pm Community Center 5 BEGINNING CALLIGRAPHY - Begins March 24 & April 7 SOFT SCULPTURE PEOPLE WORKSHOP This class is a detailed study of the Italic alphabet. Elements of good Your imagination will be triggered to design your own one of a kind composition for the alphabet and total design are discussed. Stu- "little people " in this unusual creative 3 hour workshop. With a dents will obtain experience in using double pencil and dip pen to pantyhose, bag of polyester fiberfill and basic sewing supplies: write the Italic alphabet. Registration fee covers the cost of the scissor, needle, thread color of pantyhose, and pins, you will create workbook and supplies used in the 1st session. Additional supplies your own "being (Students are to bring pantyhose, fiberfill & will be discussed. Cost approx. $5.00. Instructor Mrs. Johnson, is basic supples) See picture of a little person on display. Join the fun!! a member of the Colleagues of Calligraphy. Registration fee Instructor Mrs. Ellis. Registration fee $3.00/1 session. $20.00/8 weeks. A- Monday, March 24 9:00 -11:30 am Community Center A- Saturday -March 22 9:30 am -12:30 pm Community Center B- Monday, April 7 7:00 -9:30 pm Community Center B-Thursday -March 27 7:00 -10:00 pm Brooklyn Center High School CALLIGRAPHY IN COLOR - Begins April 10 & M 21 C- Saturday -April 12 9:30 am- 12:3Opm Community Center Tired of Black letters in your calligraphy? Learn to make letters in SILK FLOWER BASKET - Begins March 29 & April 2 COLOR. Demonstration and information on using different inks and paints in calligraphic pens. Students can use the different inks and Learn how to make the adorable daisy and azalea basket, a perfect paints being demonstrated. Students must have some skill with a gift for May Day! Students will also learn the art of placement, use of calligraphic pen. Bring to first session your favorite "dip" pen (not filler and bow construction. See basket on display, indicate color fountain pen) practice paper and colored inks if you have them. preference when registering. Please allow $5.00 for all supplies. Instructor Mrs. Johnson. Registration fee $6.25/2 sessions. Instructor Mrs. Johnson. Registration fee $2.50/1 session. A- Thursday -April 10 12:30 -3:00 pm Community Center A- Saturday -March 29 10:00 am -Noon Community Center B- Wednesday -May 21 7:00 -9:30 pm Brooklyn Center B- Monday -April 21 7:00 -9:00 pm Brooklyn Center High School High School WRITING TOOLS FOR CALLIGRAPHY - Begins May 14 SILK FLOWER - SPRING CENTER PIECE - Begins March 24 Discussion, demonstration and a chance to try many of the different Make your own spring centerpiece in time for your Easter Dinner!! In writing tools on the market. Some demonstrations on making your class you will learn how to make the Iris, rose, daffadil, fruit blossom own tools and modifying some that are on the market. Students and how to arrange them in your favorite container. (see sample on must have some skill with a calligraphic pen. Bring to class a dip pen display) All materials for centerpiece $13.75, using your container, (not fountain) practice paper and ink. There will be a one week break may be purchased from the instructor. Instructor Mrs. C. Johnson. between classes. Instructor Mrs. Johnson. Registration fee Registration fee $5.50/2 sessions. $6.25/2 sessions. Wednesday 9:30 am -Noon Community Center Monday 7:00 -9:30 pm Brooklyn Center High School POTTERY - Begins March 25 & 27 LONG STEM ROSE CONSTRUCTION - Begins April 30, MAY 5 &16 The class is designed to teach you the basic skills of wheel throwing and hand building. You will discover that working with clay is a fun Students will learn flower construction, use of filler and placement in and relaxing pastime. It is very rewarding to create an object of a vase. Silk flowers to be made will be 3 petal, 2 petal and rosebud. beauty and usefulness from a lump of clay. An object which may Please allow $3.55 for supplies and indicate yellow, red or white give daily pleasure at use in your kitchen or holding a plant in the when registering. Bring your favorite bud vase. See flowers on window. The Community Center offers a unique opportunity to display. Instructor Mrs. Johnson. Registration $2.50/1 session. practice your new skill by including in the registration fee 50 lbs. clay, unlimited studio practice time, and firing fees. Bring your apron A- Wednesday -April 30 9:30-11:30 am Community Center to the 1st class. Please allow about $3.00 for purchasing tools. B- Monday -May 5 7:00 -9:00 pm Brooklyn Center Instructor Mrs. Haberle. Registration fee $25.00/8 weeks. High School C- Friday -May 16 9:30 -11:30 am Community Center A- Tuesday 6:30 -9:30 pm Community Center B- Thursday 6:30 -9:30 pm Community Center MATTING & FRAMING WORKSHOP - Begins April 10 & 12 LAB & FIRING PRIVILEGES Learn how to frame your favorite print or picture in this 2 day Limited to past students who have taken pottery classes at the workshop. Various methods of matting, framing and supplies Brooklyn Center Community Center. Students may use the lab on an needed will be covered in the first session. In the second session individual instruction will be given to students as they frame their unlimited basis other than class times and have pieces fired in the 8 own pictures. Students will purchase their own supplies after the weeks period. Clay may be purchased at the Community Center. All people taking lab must meet with Mrs. Haberle on Tuesday, March first session. Instructor Mrs. Saetham. Registration fee $3.00/2 25 or Thursday, March 27 at 9:30 pm. Firing schedules and general sessions. use of lab and responsibilities will be discussed. Registration fee A- Thursday -April 10 7 -9 pm Brooklyn Center High School $16.00/8 weeks. B- Saturday -April 12 10 -Noon Community Center A SKETCHBOOK CAN BE FUN - Begins March 26 PATCHWORK & QUILTING - Begins March 24 For men and women. Basic introduction to underlying principles of drawing with pencil, ink, and charcoal. Every effort will be made to Learn the beautiful art form of by -gone years. This class will cover see that each student gets individual attention in beginning drawing. crazy quilting, log cabin, patchwork, hand quilting, applique, finish - Class taught by a professional artist. Class fee includes basic artist ing techniques, catherdral window, and also methods of making materials. (Sketchbook, pencils, & eraser). Instructor Mrs. Dau- quilts by the squares. Instructor Mrs. Holzknecht. Registration fee phine. Registration fee $15.00/6 sessions. $6.50/4 sessions. Wednesday 7:00 -9:30 pm Brooklyn Center High Monday 12:30 -2:30 pm Community Center 6 STAIN GLASS QUILTING - Begins March 26 PHOTOGRAPHY DARKROOM USE This is something new and different on the quilting scene. Stained The Photography darkroom, located in the Brooklyn Center Commu- glass windows are expensive, but do them in fabric and see what a nity Center is open to all interested persons for a fee of 50 beautiful wall hanging you can make. Class meets for 2 sessions You must furnish your own chemicals and paper. Users must have with a break between the 2 sessions. Bring to 1st class: fabric, completed a Darkroom Techniques class sponsored by the Brooklyn scissors, pencil, medium point felt tip pen, clear tape, and 1/3 yard Center Parks and Recreation Department or have taken our test in fabric, (pastel, light ivory or beige broadcloth). Instructor Mrs. darkroom use. Holzknecht. Registration fee $3.75/2 sessions. PHOTOGRAPHY DARKROOM TEST DATES A- Wednesday 9:30 -11:30 am Community Center March 26 &April 9 The photography test and briefing is given to people interested in B- Wednesday 7:30 -9:30 pm Community Center using the darkroom facilities at the Community Center. The test is March 26 &April 9 given to people that have taken darkroom instruction at other facili- ties or are experienced in darkroom procedures. Pre - registration for QUILTED STRING VEST an appointment is necessary at least 3 working days prior to each test date. Registration fee $2.00. Watch the demonstration given and learn the secrets to the con- struction of this beautiful vest. All quilting and most of the sewing is A- Wednesday, March 26 6:15 pm Community Center done by machine. See vest on display at the Community Center. B- Wednesday, April 16 6:30 pm Community Center Instructor Mrs. Holzknecht. Registration fee $2.75/1 session. C- Wednesday, May 14 6:30 pm Community Center A- Thursday -April 10 7:30 -9:30 pm Community Center DAYTIME TENNIS LESSONS - Begins April 15 & 17 B- Wednesday -April 16 7:30 -9:30 pm Community Center Beginning and Intermediate instruction for adults. Classes meet C- Wednesday -April 23 9:30 -11:30 am Community Center once a week for 6 weeks. Bring your own racquet, balls are fur - D- Monday -May 5 12:30 -2:30 pm Community Center nished. Intermediates must have had previous lessons, and be famil- SCRAP BAG QUILTS - April 21 & May 20 iar with basic swings, serves and etiquette. In case of rain, meet at the park shelter building. Registration fee $12.00/6-1 hour Learn how to machine piece the "Hills and Valleys" quilt out of your lessons. left over scraps of material. This quilt is adaptable to cottons, BEGINS APRIL 15 - TUESDAYS corduroy, denim, double knits or velvet. The instructor will also A_Beginner 9:30 am -11:00 am Northport Courts demonstrate the construction of the "string quilt showing various B- Intermediate 1 1:15 am -12:45 pm Northport Courts patterns. Instructor Mrs. Holzknecht. Registration fee $2.75/1 C- Beginner 1: 15 pm -2:45 pm West Palmer Courts session. BEGINS APRIL 17 - THURSDAYS A- Monday -April 21 12:30 -2:30 pm Community Center D- Beginner 9:30 am -11:00 am Evergreen Courts B- Tuesday -May 20 7:30 -9:30 pm Community Center E- Intermediate 11:30 am -1:00 pm Grandview Courts F- Beginner 1:30 pm -3:00 pm Willow Lane Courts DARKROOM TECHNIQUES - Begins March 26 EVENING TENNIS LESSONS - Begins April 21 & 22 and The Class will cover darkroom techniques dealing with development May 12 & 13 and printing. Learn how to mix chemicals, tell negative contrast and develop black and white film. Each student will make an excellent Beginning and Intermediate instruction for adults. Classes meet print from their own negative. Upon completion of the class, stu- twice a week for 3 weeks. Bring your own racquet, balls are fur - dents will be eligible to use the Community Center Darkroom. nished. Intermediates must have had previous lessons and be famil- Instructor Mr. Proceviat. Registration fee $12.00/3 sessions. iar with basic swings, serves and etiquette. In case of rain, meet at park shelter building. Registration fee $8.50/6 -1 hour lessons. Wednesday 6:45 -9:45 pm Community Center MONDAY- NORTHPORT /WEDNESDAY - KYLAWN IMPROVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS - Begins April 16 G- Beginner- Begins April 21 5:30 -6:30 pm H- Intermediate Begins April 21 6:30 -7:30 pm Class open to teens and adults. Learn how to use your camera, film, TUESDAY & THURSDAY /BROOKLYN CENTER HIGH meters, filters, and guide numbers. There is an art to flash and close -up photography and photographing people, these techniques I- Intermediate - Begins April 22 6:00 -7:00 pm will also be discussed. Instructor Mr. Proceviat. Registration fee J- Beginner- Begins April 22 7:00 -8:00 pm $8.50/4 sessions. K- Beginner- Begins April 22 8:00 -9:00 pm MONDAY- NORTHPORT /WEDNESDAY - KYLAWN Wednesday 7:00 -9:00 pm Community Center L- Beginner- Begins May 12 5:30 -6:30 pm PATHWAYS TO COLOR FILM PROCESS M- Intermediate - Begins May 12 6:30 -7:30 pm & MAKING PRINTS - May 14 TUESDAY & THURSDAY /BROOKLYN CENTER HIGH N- Beginner- Begins May 13 6:00 -7:00 pm Learn about color theory, selection of equipment, filters, enlarging, O- Intermediate - Begins May 13 7:00 -8:00 pm and chemistry for color processing. After completion of this class P- Beginner- Begins May 13 8:00 -9:00 pm students will have the opportunity to register for color darkroom lab workshop. Instructor Mr. Proceviat. Registration fee $3.00/1 PRE -GOLF KICK -OFF - Wednesday, May 14 session. Swing into the golf season this spring with an exciting new golf Wednesday 7:00 -9:00 pm Community Center program. The introductory golf session includes the opportunity to golf a complete 9 holes, pick up some helpful tips from a golf pro, COLOR DARKROOM LAB WORKSHOP - Begins May 21 refreshments and a free pass to return. You will also be able to pick up information regarding the three big golf trips being offered. Meet Workshop is limited to 6 students and is open to students enrolled at the Brookland Par 3 Golf Course. Registration $1 .60 /advance in the Pathways of Color Class conducted at the Community Center. registration required. Instructor Mr. Proceviat. Registration fee $17.50/2 sessions. Wednesday - May 14 9:00 am Brookland Par 3 Golf Course Wednesday 7:00 -9:00 pm Community Center 8232 Regent Ave. North 7 GOLF - Beginning and Intermediate Sens ■ or Lessons for seventh graders and up. Golfers must furnish their own clubs. Balls and mats furnished. Bring a 7 iron to the first class. Citizens Registration fee $13.00/5 lessons. Classes limited to 10. Instruc- tor PGA teaching Pro, Bill Bakken. LEISURE TIME NORTH VIEW JR. HIGH A- Beginners Monday, March 24 6:30 pm Leisure Time is a group of people 55 years and over, who meet B- Beginners Monday, March 24 7:30 pm every Wednesday throughout the year from Noon -3 pm at the C- Intermediate Monday, March 24 8:30 pm Brooklyn Center Community Center for lunch, socializing and a D- Intermediate Wednesday, March 26 6:30 pm program. No dues, but contributions to the "Kitty" are accepted. Wednesday, E -Be inners Bring a sandwich, coffee & tea are provided. Questions, call Kathy g y, March 26 7:30 pm F- Beginners Wednesday, March 26 8:30 pm at 561 -5448. If you are coming for the first time please call and find COMMUNITY CENTER out what's happening that day, some Wednesdays have special parties and require reservations. G- Beginners Thursday, March 27 9:15 am H- Intermediate Thursday, March 27 10:15 am BR OOKLYN TWINS NORTH VIEW JR. HIGH The Brooklyn Twins Club was one of the first Senior Clubs in the I- Beginners Monday, April 28 6:30 pm Northwest Hennepin Area, we are now 21 years old!! The name of J- Beginners Monday, April 28 7:30 pm the club was chosen because we have many Brooklyn Park residents K- Intermediate Monday, April 28 8:30 pm as members and wanted a name to represent everyone. The club L- Intermediate Wednesday, April 30 6:30 pm meets September -June on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month at M- Beginners Wednesday, April 30 7:30 pm 7:00 pm. (Because of Easter the club will meet April 11 & 18) at N- Beginners Wednesday, April 30 8:30 pm the Earle Brown School on 59th & Humboldt. Any person single or COMMUNITY CENTER married 60 years or older may join. Only 1 spouse must meet the O- Beginners Thursday, May 1 9:15 am requirements. Come join us!! Call Kathy at the Brooklyn Center P- Intermediate Thursday, May 1 10:15 am Parks and Recreation Department 561 -5448 ext 170. DOG OBEDIENCE - Begins March 27 SENIOR HAPPENINGS Is a monthly newsletter sponsored by the Brooklyn Center Parks and This course is open to people 12 years and older, whose dog is at Recreation Department. The "Senior Happenings" tells activities least 6 months old. This course will teach you how to work with going on at the clubs in the community and day outings offered. If your dog in order to teach him social behavior and self discipline. For you don't receive one now give Kathy a call at 561 -5448 ext 170. more information, call Stanley Orr, 533 -5207. Cost $12.00/8 TRANSPORTATION sessions. Transportation is available during the day for those who need it. Call Thursday 6:45 -7:45 pm Northport School the American Red Cross Monday- Friday between 8 am -Noon for information 871 -8417. CITY BAND HENNEPIN COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES For men and women post high school age. New members are INFORMATION, REFERRAL & OUTREACH welcome. For more information call the Parks and Recreation This office has been established to give personal assistance with Department at 561 -5448. questions and problems you have. Call Mr. Floyd Scott at 537- 6152. FRIDAY NIGHT FEVER - Begins March 21 COMMUNITY CENTER BLOOD PRESSURE An adapted social recreation program for teens and young adults 15 Screening is done by Red Cross volunteer nurses on the last and up, who are mentally handicapped. The program will include Wednesday of the month from 11:30 -1:30 pm. Every Thursday speakers, crafts, sports, meeting new friends, community outings screening is conducted by Ceap Volunteer Nurses from 10:00 am- and more. For registration and information call Deb Backstrom 545- 2:00 pm. 6767. Location Northport Elementary, 5421 Brooklyn Blvd., Fri- day, 7:00 -9:00 pm. Cost $1 0.00 for residents. SPECIAL OUTINGS Special trips are planned monthly for Seniors. Details are in the ALMOST ANYTHING GOES - NEW - June 14 monthly newsletter the "Senior Happenings ". If you would like information, call Kathy at 561 -5448, ext 170. Adults (post -high school age) can now compete in the popular event called "Almost Anything Goes ". Teams must have between 6 and 8 LEISURE FITNESS - Begins March 31 members per team, with one -half consisting of men and one -half For men and women 62 years and over, take a dip in the pool after consisting of women. In case of a 7 member team, 4 members must be women. Trophies will be awarded to all members of the 1st and class! Learn sensible exercise designed to help maintain the strength and tone of muscles, improve movement of joints, stimulates 2nd place winning teams. Cost will include an Almost Anything healthy circulation and aids digestion. A MINIMUM OF 10 people Goes T- Shirt. Event will be held at the Brooklyn Center Community must be registered prior to March 31 . Instructor Mrs. Wilson. Center during Brooklyn Center's Early Bird Days. Rain date: June Registration fee $4.00/8 weeks. 15. More information will be available at a later date. Registration fee $5.00 per person. Monday 11:15 am -Noon Community Center 8 SENIOR SWIMNASTICS - Begins April 1 CREATIVE DRAMATICS - Begins March 25, 28 & April 1 Exercise in the pool for better health and a trimmer figure. You do Activities geared toward developing each child's imagination, self not have to be a swimmer to participate in this great form of confidence and their ability to work and play with their peers. What exercise. All participants 62 years and older must furnish doctors counts in this class is the FUN children have when they build drama name and phone numbers on registration. Classes will be held at the out of the people, things and ideas of their own imaginations. The Community Center. Instructor Mrs. Hovis. Registration fee $3.50/8 instructor is working on her M.A. in theatre with emphasis on sessions. creative dramatics for children. Registration fee $6.50/8 sessions. Sessions are one hour and a half each. Instructor Miss Piper. Tuesday 9:00 -10:00 am Community Center A- Tuesday (March 25) 3:30 pm 1 -3rd grade Fair Oaks GIFT TRUNK B- Tuesday (April 1) 6:00 pm 2 -4th grade Orchard Lane C- Friday (March 28) 3:20 pm 1 -3rd grade Evergreen Park The Senior Citizen's craft booth is open the first Wednesday of every CALLIGRAPHY FOR KIDS - Begins April 10 month from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm. Additional special hours are Saturday, March 15, 8:00 am -3:30 pm, Tuesday, April 15, 5:00- This course is designed for students in 4th, 5th, & 6th grade who 8:30 pm, Saturday, April 26, 10:00 am -3:00 pm. This is a great are interested in learning how to write in OLD ENGLISH. Ways of chance to get hand - crafted articles for gifts or for yourself!!! using this skill will be examined and explored. Each student will have their own booklet and pen to use. Instructor Kirstie Dye. Registra- SPECIAL SERVICES AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER tion fee $6.00/6 weeks. SWIMMING POOL Thursday 3:20 -4:20 pm Evergreen Park School Memberships are given to Brooklyn Center residents 62 years old COOKING FOR KIDS - Begins April 15 and over. Application may be made at the Community Center desk. A beginning cooking class for grades 1 & 2. Nutrition, safety, Membership entitles the member to use the swimming pool, exer- ingredients, measurement and meal planning all play a part in this 6 cise room, and sauna during recreational or "open" periods. week course. Students should bring an apron to class. Instructor Kathy Warner. Registration $5.00/6 weeks. Tuesday 3:30 -4:45 pm Fair Oaks School Children's COOKING FOR KIDS - Begins April 10 A beginning cooking class for 3rd & 4th graders who've always Activities wanted to eat the efforts of their hard work. Nutrition, safety, ingredients, measurement and meal planning all play a part in this 6 week course. Students should bring an apron to class. Instructor PRE - SCHOOL - Begins March 25 & 28 Jean Lindahl. Registration fee $6.00/6 weeks. The program is for 4 & 5 year old pre - schoolers (children must be 4 Thursday 3:00 -4:30 pm Palmer Lake School years old by March 31, 1980). The program emphasis is on group DRAWING FOR KIDS - Begins April 14 socialization, music, art coordination, and fun. This is a year -long 30 week program, classes are September -May. Payments are made For grades 4, 5, & 6. Beginning drawing techniques using a variety when registering in Winter, Spring & Fall. Classes held at the Com- of mediums, pen, pencil, charcoal, chalk, crayon, etc. Instructor munity Center. Instructor Mrs. Malmin. Carey Pagliaro. Registration fee $4.50/6 weeks. TUESDAY & THURSDAY — $20.00/8 weeks Monday 3:30 -4:30 pm Fair Oaks School Class 1 9:00 am -10:30 am DRAWING FOR KIDS - Begins April 14 Class 2 10:45 am -12:15 am Class 3 1:00 pm -2:30 pm For students in grades 1 and 2 with an interest in art. Self- portraits, FRIDAY — $16.00/8 weeks life size drawing, and drawing to music are a few of the drawing Class 4 9:30 am -1 1:30 am techniques that will be explored. Students will use a variety of Class 5 12:30 pm -2:30 pm media. Registration fee $5.50/6 -1'/2 hour lessons. Monday 3:35 -5:05 pm Garden City School DANCE PROGRAM - Begins March 31 & April 1 & 2 DRAWING FOR KIDS - Begins April 16 No NEW students. These classes are a continuation from winter session. Children will have the opportunity to participate in the For students in grades 1 and 2 with an interest in art. Self- portraits, life size drawing, and drawing to music are a few of the drawing spring demonstration. Instructor Mrs. Wilson. Registration fee techniques that will be explored. Students will use a variety of $7.00/8 weeks. media. Registration fee $5.50/6-1 hour lessons. COMMUNITY CENTER Wednesday 3:35 -5:05 pm Willow Lane School Tiny Tot Creative Dance, Monday 9:15 am Rhythms & Tumbling, Monday 1:00 pm CROCHETING FOR KIDS - Begins April 14 Rhythms & Tumbling, Tuesday 5:20 pm For 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th graders. Students will learn the three basic BROOKLYN CENTER COMMUNITY LIBRARY stitches and make either a change purse or a pot holder. Bring a G or H plastic crochet hook to the first class. Practice yarn will be Tiny Tot Creative Dance, Wednesday 3:00 pm furnished for the first class. Class is limited to the first 10 that sign Creative Dance & Ballet, Wednesday 3:45 pm up. Registration fee $5.00/6 weeks. Ballet I, Wednesday 4:30 pm Ballet ll, Wednesday 5:15 pm Monday 3:20 -4:50 pm Evergreen Park School 9 BOYS TUMBLING - Begins March 29 A DVANCED BEGINNING APPARATUS Begins March 29 A program for boys in kindergarten thru 6th. A course in the begin- The new course is the second level in apparatus. Students must ning techniques of tumbling. Students will have the opportunity to have passed the Beginning Tumbling and Beginning Apparatus learn basic skills such as rolls, headstands, etc. Registration Fee course before registering for this class. Registration fee $8.00/8 $7.50/8 lessons. sessions. A- Saturday 1 1:00 -Noon North View Jr. High I- Saturday 9:00 -10:15 am North View Jr. High BEGINNING APPARATUS FOR BOYS - NEW - Begins INTERMEDIATE GYMNASTICS - Begins March 25 March 29 The intermediate level offers more advanced skills in tumbling, Skills will be taught at the beginning level on the use of the rings, apparatus and floor exercise. The beginning (novice) compulsory, bars, and rope. Boys must be in 2nd grade or above and must have routine will be taught. Registration fee $9.50/8 lessons. taken the beginning tumbling course offered by the Brooklyn Center Parks & Recreation Department in order to register for this class. J- Tuesday 6:30 -8:30 pm North View Jr. High Registration Fee $7.50/8 lessons. Saturday 11:30 -12:30 pm North View Jr. High FLOOR EXERCISE - Begins March 29 This course is designed to teach various gymnastic movements to GIRLS GYMNASTICS music. Some ballet will be introduced and students will learn the floor exercise compulsory routine. Students must have passed A gymnastics program for girls currently in grades Kindergarten thru Beginning Tumbling. Registration fee $7.50/8 lessons. 12, designed to teach skills in the three areas of tumbling, apparatus and floor exercise. Girls will progress from Beginners to Advanced K- Saturday 12 -1:00 pm North View Jr. High Beginners to Intermediate in each of the three areas. All classes run for 8 weeks. Girls new to our program must register for a beginning NORTH STAR GYMNASTIC CLUB tumbling class. Girls interested in competitive gymnastics. Here's a ,club just for BEGINNING TUMBLING - Begins March 29 & you! North Stars is sponsored by Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, and Maple Grove Parks and Recreation Departments. The club April 8 & 10 P offers opportunity to further gymnastic ability by training with an A course in the beginning techniques of tumbling. Students will have excellent staff and eventually competing with other gymnasts. Basic an opportunity to learn basic skills such as rolls, walkovers, etc. knowledge of gymnastics is needed to try out. Cost varies with level Registration fee $7.50/8 lessons. of ability. For information call Martha Wondra 537 -5566. NORTH VIEW JR. HIGH SATURDAY PROGRAM FOR KIDS I - Begins March 22 A- Saturday- Begins March 29 9:00 -10:00 am An adapted TMR social recreation program for kids 6 -14 years, who ORCHARD LANE SCHOOL are mental) handicapped. pped. Program will include crafts, games, new B- Tuesday- Begins April 8 3:35 -4:35 pm skills, sports and special events. For registration and information C- Tuesday- Begins April 8 4:35 -5:35 pm contact Deb Backstrom 545 -6767. Location Thorson School — GARDEN CITY SCHOOL 58th and Pennsylvania. D- Thursday- Begins April 10 3:35 -4:35 pm SATURDAY PROGRAM FOR KIDS If - Begins March 22 E- Thursday- Begins April 10 4:35 -5:35 pm An adapted EMR social recreation program for kids 6 -14 years, who OPEN GYMNASTICS - Begins April 9 are mentally handicapped. Program will include crafts, games, A practice period for all iris and boys current) enrolled in the sports, and lots more. For registration and information contact Deb g y y Backstrom 545 -6767. Location Eagle Lake Community Center, gymnastic program. Persons not currently enrolled will not be 6259 Eagle Lake, Maple Grove 1:30 -3:30 pm. Cost $10.00 admitted. Fee 25 /evening. Pay at the door. Brooklyn Center residents. Wednesday 6:30 -8:00 pm North View Jr. High LITTLE LEAGUE REGISTRATION ADVANCED BEGINNING TUMBLING - Begins March 29 Little League registration will be held Saturday, March 15th. Both This course is the second level in tumbling. Students must have National and American Little League of Brooklyn Center will have passed Beginning Tumbling and be able to do a limber and back registration at the Community Center at 10:00 am. For further walkover in good form before registering. Registration fee, $7.50/8 information call, American Little League —John Malmberg 561 - 2475, National Little League —Mike Streitz 560 -0034. lessons. F- Saturday 10:00 -11:00 am North View Jr. High BEGINNING APPARATUS - Begins March 29 Skills will be taught at the beginning level on the use of the balance beam, uneven parallel bars and vaulting horse. Students must have passed Beginning Tumbling in order to register for this class. Regis- tration fee, $7.50/8 lessons. G- Saturday 10:15 -11:15 am North View Jr. High H- Saturday 12:30 -1:30 pm North View Jr. High 10 Teen Special Activities Activities TEEN TRIMNASTICS - NEW - Begins April 14 WEEKEND WORKSHO A fun new exercise program designed just for teens age 13 -17. Special workshop classes have been set up to give persons who Activities will include moderate exercises, volleyball, basketball, work or have babysitter problems during the week a chance to enroll games, tumbling and more. Registration fee $7.00/7 weeks. in a class. See ADULT SECTION — Calligraphy, Matting & Framing, Soft Sculpture and Silk Flowers. Monday 6:30 -7:30 pm Fair Oaks Elementary AREA SCHOOLS CLASSES ARE HELD AT ALMOST ANYTHING GOES - June 10 & 11 Community Center 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway Teens (ages 12 -16) gather your friends together and form a team to North View Jr. High School 69th & Zane compete in "Almost Anything Goes ". The event is based on the Brooklyn Center High School 65th & Humboldt popular ABC T.V. show. Teams should have between 6 and 8 Brooklyn Center Library 5601 Brooklyn Blvd. members per team. New this year are separate divisions for girls Earle Brown School 59th & Humboldt and boys. Any co -ed teams must participate in the boys division. Willow Lane School 70th & Perry Trophies will be awarded to all members of the 1st and 2nd place Evergreen School 70th & Dupont winning teams in each division. Cost will include an official Almost Garden City 3501 65th Ave. North Anything Goes T- shirt. Watch for further details in the Jr. High Palmer Lake School 73rd & West Palmer Lake Drive Schools or call Sue at 561 -5448. Cost per person $4.00. Fair Oaks 5600 65th Ave. North Northport 5421 Brooklyn Blvd. INTERMEDIATE GYMNASTICS - Begins March 25 CHILD -CARE SERVICE The intermediate level offers more advanced skills in tumbling, apparatus and floor exercise. The beginning (novice) compulsory o "' g classes, pr '" will , provided for parents attending m routine will be taught. Students must have passed the apparatus orning classes, programs, meetings, or swimming the Community Center. The cost is 50a per child per hour for each classes in order to register for this class. Registration fee $9.50/8 pre- school child. The "PLAY- CORNER" will be open Monday - lessons. Friday, 8:45 am to 12:15 pm. For other information call 561 -5448. J- Tuesday 6:30 -8:30 pm North View Jr. High TEEN DANCES - March 14 i Get down to the great sound of live music at North View Jr. High. JOB OPEN Music styles include Punk Rock, Disco and the top 40's. All seventh Brooklyn Center Parks and Recreation Department is now tak- thru ninth grade students are invited regardless of what school ing applications for the following summer positions: district you are in. Registration fee $2.00. Playground leader, teen leader, puppetry leader, swim instructor and lifeguards. For more information about Friday, March 14 7:30 -10:30 pm North View Jr. High these positions or to apply call 561 -5448 or stop at the Community Center, 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway. CO -REC Looking for action on Friday nights ? ?? Then get your friends together and come to Co -Rec. Highlights include basketball, volley- The 1980 EARLY BIRD DAYS will begin Friday, June 6 and end ball, gymnastics, swimming, foosball, ping -pong, pool, and much on Sunday, June 15. Keep your eyes and ears open for this more. There'll be loads of surprises too! Co -Rec is a great activity for outstanding celebration! Jr. High age youth and is open to all Brooklyn Center residents and all junior high students regardless of what school district you are in. The activity is supervised by adult chaperones. Cost $1.00. FAMILY FARE -TRIP #19 -ICE FOLLIES -March 29 Friday 7:00 -10:00 pm North View Jr. High Save money on tickets, parking and gas, go with the group! Cost of $7.90 per person includes transportation, seats on or near the ice FRIDAY NIGHT FEVER - Begins March 21 and staff escort. Performance at 11:00 am. Bus pick ups will begin at the Brooklyn Center Community Center 10:00 am and return at An adapted social recreation program for teens and young adults 15 approximately 2:30 pm. All children must be accompanied by an and up, who are mentally handicapped. The program will include adult, sorry lap sitting policy not available. NO refunds will be issued speakers, crafts, sports, meeting new friends, community outings once you have registered. Register early to avoid disappointment, and more. For registration and information call Deb Backstrom 545- tickets sold out last year. Deadline to register March 1 Oth —Space 6767. Location Northport Elementary, 5421 Brooklyn Blvd., Fri- permitting. Bus pick ups also in Maple Grove, Robbinsdale and day, 7:00 -9:00 pm. Cost $10.00 for residents. Golden Valley. 11 SPRING MUSIC S HOW GRASSFIELD R/C OPEN HOUSE - April 25 The Brooklyn Center Harmonettes and the Brooklyn Center Chil- The public is cordially invited to join the fun at 7:30 pm at the dren's Chorus will hold their annual music show at Park Center High Brooklyn Center Community Center. Members will bring in many School Auditorium on Friday, May 2nd, and Saturday, May 3rd, at different types of radio controlled planes. The club members are 8:00 pm. pleased to answer any questions concerning the planes, radio con - The 45 Harmonettes and 55 voice Children's Chorus will sing and trol or any aspects of the hobby. Refreshments will be served. For dance to the accompaniment of a 4 -piece band, under the direction additional information about the club call Vic Leerhoff at 537 -4791. of June Scofield. Accompanist is Sylvia Virgil- Hartman, and Chore- H ARTISTS ASSOCIATION ographer is Marcia Galle. These are "sit up and listen" popular songs, and the whole family will be entertained. The Hennepin Artists' Association, established in 1962 was initi- Ticket prices are $2.00 for adults; $1 .25 for children under 12; and ated to encourage the appreciation and practice of the fine arts in $1 .25 for senior citizens (62 and over). Tickets will be on sale at the this area. The membership consists of amateur and professional Community Center April 1 or can be purchased from Harmonettes or artists, art teachers, or anyone interested in the visual arts. The Chorus members. There will also be tickets sold at the door on an association has two juried shows per year, regularly scheduled "overflow seating" basis. exhibitions and gives special exhibits. Demonstrations, lectures and critiques are also given. SEASONAL SHOWS are available for firms KID'S DOG SHOW -May 10 - 1 -3 PM on a contribution basis. For information regarding this service con- tact Wil Tiller at 935 -2756. The association meets the second Children show their dogs in a professional manner, but on an ama- Tuesday of every month. For information contact Joan Cashin 535 - teur basis, breed and pedigree are of no importance in this event. Dogs can compete in one or more of seven categories such as Best 4959 or Lynn Tome, 561 -2339. Trick Dog, Smallest Dog, Largest Dog, Best Looking Dog, Best N ORTH MINNEAPOLIS & SUBURBAN STAMP CLUB Costumed, Funniest Dog, and Best Behaved. The winner of each class then competes for Best of Show. Registration fee is $1.50 per The purpose of the North Minneapolis and Suburban Stamp Club is entry. THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. The to provide a means for stamp collectors to enjoy their hobby, to Dog Show will be held outdoors, behind the Community Center. In trade, swap and learn more about stamps. Meetings are held the case of rain, the show will be held the following week, same time 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month at 7:30 pm at the Brooklyn and place. Rain date: May 17. Center Community Center. Meetings are informal, dues are $2.00. ALL DOGS MUST BE LEASHED! Youth collectors as well as Adults are welcome. For additional information contact Chris 533 -8590. COMMUNITY CENTER GALLERY BROOKLYN CENTER COMMUNITY LIBRARY The Gallery is available for photography or mixed media shows at various times throughout the year. A glass showcase is also availa- Programs for 3 -6 year olds ble for small collections. Contact Kathy Flesher at 561 -5448 for Storytime —Thursdays through April 24 at 2:00 pm further information. Movies — Tuesdays through April 29 at 10:30 am GALLERY SHOWS Programs for grade-school March 12 -31 Annual Spring Juried Show Saturday movies— 10:30 am -Noon Hennepin Artists Association March 22 —The Golden Fish & Bags April 2 -29 Student Art Show, K -8th grades March 29 —The Skating Rink Our Lady of Victory School April 5 —The Amazing Cosmic Awareness of Duffy Moon May 2 -31 Mixed Media April 12 —The Red Balloon Alice Laidlaw & Sylvia Willard Acrylics Signing for Children — Instruction for children in 3 -6th grade in the Judy Freeman use of sign language. 3 Saturdays, 10:30 -11:30 am — April 19 -May 3. Instructor Judy Witelsky. PREREGISTRATION IS SHOWCASE NECESSSARY —Call 537 -6716. May 1 -31 3- Dimensional Art HOURS through MAY Kathy Dziedzic Monday - Wednesday— 10:00 am - 9:00 pm. GIFT TRUNK Thursday —Noon - 9:00 pm. Friday —Noon to 5:00 pm. The Senior Citizen's craft booth is open the first Wednesday of every Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. month from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm. Additional special hours are Sunday Noon - 5:00 pm (Closed April 6 & May 24) Saturday, March 15, 8:00 am - 3:30 pm, Tuesday, April 15, 5:00- 8:30 pm, Saturday, April 26, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm. This is a great BROOKLYN SWIM CLUB chance to get hand - crafted articles for gifts or for yourself!!! All boys and girls age 6 and up through College are invited to join the FRIENDSHIP QUILTERS CLUB Brooklyn Swim Club, the local AAU Club for competitive swimming, sponsored by Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park Parks and Recrea- Quilters meet at the Brooklyn Center Community Center the 1 st and tion Departments. The Swim Club offers a wide ranging program for 3rd Wednesday of the month, excluding June - August from 10:00 individuals of all levels of ability in competitive swimming. For the am to 2:00 pm (Childcare available until 12:15 pm). If you need a challenge, fun, and enjoyment of competitive swimming, contact little inspiration to get started on that quilt you've been wanting to Steve 789 -3164 or Mr. Ames, 561 -2275 to arrange a tryout. A make, come joint the "Quilting Bee ". Each person brings their own free 2 -week trial period is offered to any interested swimmer who project to work on. Questions ?? Call 561 -1219. has never tried AAU swimming. 12 l Swimming Activities PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO SWIMMING LESSONS ON PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS - Begins March 24 SATURDAY, MAY 24TH AND MONDAY, MAY 26TH OF THE MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. THE MISSED CLASS PERIOD WILL BE Swimming instruction for 4 & 5 year olds. Parents do not accom- MADE UP BY EXTENDING THE SATURDAY AND MONDAY LES- pany the child in the water. The following lessons levels are taught: SONS FOR ANOTHER WEEK. Water Adjustment, Beginner, and Advanced Beginner. Average ratio of 5 students /instructor. $1 1.00/ 10 lessons. CHILD BEGINNING SWIM LESSONS - Begins March 22 EVENING CLASSES — ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS American Red Cross Beginning Swim Instruction for boys and girls A- Tuesday Begins March 25 6:00 pm Community Center ages 6 and older. Classes meet once a week for 10 weeks and are B- Thursday Begins March 27 6:00 pm Community Center one half hour in length. Classes have an average ratio of 5 stu- C- Thursday Begins March 27 6:35 pm Community Center dents/ instructor. $11.00/10 lessons. D- Monday Begins March 24 6:00 pm North View Jr. A- Saturday Begins March 22 10:45 am Community Center High School B- Saturday Begins March 22 11:20 am Community Center E- Wednesday Begins March 26 6:00 pm North View Jr. C- Saturday Begins March 22 11:55 am Community Center High School D- Tuesday Begins March 25 6:35 pm Community Center DAYTIME CLASSES — TWICE A WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS E- Tuesday Begins March 25 7:10 pm Community Center F- Monday & Begins March 24 9:30 am Community Center F- Tuesday Begins March 25 7:45 pm Community Center Wednesday G- Thursday Begins March 27 7:10 pm Community Center G- Monday & Begins March 24 10:40 am Community Center H- Thursday Begins March 27 7:45 pm Community Center Wednesday I- Monday Begins March 24 6:35 pm North View Jr. H- Monday & Begins April 21 9:30 am Community Center High School Wednesday J- Monday Begins March 24 7:10 pm North View Jr. I- Monday & Begins April 21 10:40 am Community Center High School Wednesday K- Monday Begins March 24 7:45 pm North View Jr. High School ADULT SWIM LESSONS - Begins March 22 L- Wednesday Begins March 26 6:35 pm North View Jr. High School Beginner thru Swimmer level swim instruction for adult and high M- Wednesday Begins March 26 7:10 pm North View Jr. school age. Here is an opportunity to learn to swim or brush up on High School your strokes. Classes are 40 minutes in length. $15.00/10 lessons. CHILD ADVANCED SWIM LESSONS - Begins March 22 CLASSES MEET ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS American Red Cross Advanced Beginner, Intermediate and Swim- A- Saturday Begins March 22 Noon Community Center mer swim instruction for boys and girls age 6 and older. Students B- Tuesday Begins March 25 Noon pm Community Center must have a Red Cross Beginner certificate or be able to do all C- Thursday Begins March 27 8:20 pm Community Center Beginner Skills. Classes meet once a week for 10 weeks and are one D- Monday Begins March 24 7:50 pm North View Jr. half hour in length. Classes have an average ratio of 5 stu- High School dents /instructor. $11.00/10 lessons. DAYTIME CLASSES MEET TWICE A WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS A- Saturday Begins March 22 11:20 am Community Center E- Monday & Begins March 24 11:15 am Community Center B- Saturday Begins March 22 11:55 am Community Center Wednesday C- Tuesday Begins March 25 7:10 pm Community Center F- Monday & Begins April 21 11:15 am Community Center D- Tuesday Begins March 25 7:45 pm Community Center Wednesday E- Thursday Begins March 27 7:45 pm Community Center F- Monday Begins March 24 7:10 pm North View Jr. ADULT SUPER CHICKEN High School G- Monday Begins March 24 7:45 pm North View Jr. For those persons, high school age and up, who have a real fear of High School water. Here is an opportunity to overcome that fear and learn to H- Wednesday Begins March 26 7:10 pm North View Jr. enjoy the sport. $15.00/ 10 lessons. Same days and time as adult High School lessons. PARENT & TOT SWIM LESSONS - Begins March 24 ADAPTIVE SWIM LESSONS - Begins March 22 Lessons in water adjustment for children ages 2 and 3. One parent Swimming lessons for children and adults of all ages who are must accompany the child in the water, preferably the same parent physically and /or mentally handicapped. Classes are one half hour in each time. $11.00/ 10 lessons. length with a ratio of one student to one instructor. $12.50/ 10 EVENING CLASSES — ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS lessons. A- Tuesday Begins March 25 6:00 pm Community Center A- Saturday 9:00 am Community Center B- Thursday Begins March 27 6:00 pm Community Center B- Saturday 9:35 am Community Center C- Thursday Begins March 27 6:35 pm Community Center C- Saturday 10:10 am Community Center D- Monday Begins March 24 6:00 pm North View Jr. High School BASIC RESCUE AND WATER SAFETY - Begins March 22 E- Wednesday Begins March 26 6:00 pm North View Jr. High School A Red Cross course for persons ages 11 and older. Skills in self DAYTIME CLASSES — TWICE A WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS rescue, extensions and artificial respiration will be taught. Students must pass a preliminary swimming test and must attend every F- Monday & Begins March 24 10:05 am Community Center class. Absences will not be made up. Registration fee $15.00/10 Wednesday lessons. Classes are 1 hour in length. G- Monday & Begins April 21 10:05 am Community Center Wednesday Saturday 8:00 -9:00 am Community Center 13 ADVANCED LIFESAVING - Begins March 26 COMMUNITY CENTER POOL RENTAL A Red Cross Course for persons ages 15 and older. Students must The Community Center Pool is available for rental by your school, be able to tread water, surface dive and swim 500 continuous group, or party at various times during the week. Call the commu- yards. Class will include Red Cross Courses in Cardiopulmunary nity center 561 -5448 for further information. Base Cost Resucitation and Multi -Media Standard First Aid. Students must $30.00 /hour. attend every class and absences will not be made up. Class meets EARLY MORNING SPECIAL twice a week for 10 weeks with some additional hours to be arranged. Registration fee $20.00/10 lessons and includes all Swimmers arise to the NEW EARLY MORNING HOURS. Community materials. Center Pool, Sauna, and Exercise Room will be open Tuesday and Wednesday 7:00 -10:00 pm North View Jr. High School Thursday mornings at 6:30 am. Lane markers will be up for lap swimming. What a refreshing way to start the day. Same member - AMERICAN RED CROSS ADVANCED LIFESAVING REVIEW ship and general admission prices apply. COURSE - Begins March 22 BROOKLYN CENTER A course for persons having current certification in American Red COMMUNITY CENTER HOURS Cross Advanced Lifesaving or YMCA Senior Lifesaving. Students OPEN SWIM SCHEDULE must pass a preliminary skills test given on the first night of class and attend all sessions. Upon successful completion of the course MONDAY — WEDNESDAY— FRIDAY participants will be issued an American Red Cross Advanced Life- 9:00 A.M. — 10:30 P.M. saving certificate valid for 3 years. Registration fee $15.00/10 TUESDAY — THURSDAY sessions. Class meets once a week for 10 weeks. 6:30 A.M. — 4:00 P.M. 9:00 P.M. — 10:30 P.M. (Adults Only) Saturday 9:00 -10:30 am Community Center SATURDAY — SUNDAY DIVING - Begins March 22 1:00 P.M. — 9:00 P.M. Beginning lessons on the 1 and 3 meter springboard for children and School age children ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE BUILDING DUR- adults who are intermediate or better swimmers. Classes are one ING SCHOOL HOURS. On school holidays, students skill be admitted half hour in length. $11.00/10 lessons. at 1 :00 P.M. Children under 1st grade MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT in the building at all times. Saturday 10:00 am Community Center The wading pool is open to children ONLY when supervised by a BEGINNING SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING - parent. The wading pool is closed during the following hours: Begins March 25 TUESDAY & THURSDAY— 4:00 P.M. — 11:00 P.M. SATURDAY — 9:00 A.M. — 1:00 P.M. Beginning course in synchronized swimming for students grades 3 HOURS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE through 6th. Course will introduce students to basic synchronized swimming skills. Students should be capable swimmers and should EXCERCISE ROOM & SAUNA SCHEDULE — be able to float on front and back. Classes are 1 hour in length. MONDAY — WEDNESDAY— FRIDAY $12.00/10 lessons. 9:00 A.M. — 10:30 P.M. Tuesday 7:30 pm North View Jr. High TUESDAY — THURSDAY 6:30 A.M. — 9:00 P.M. PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS 9:00 P.M. — 10:30 P.M. (Adults Only) Private lessons are available at the Community Center and North SATURDAY View Jr. High for a fee of $5.00 /half hour - $10.00 /hour. Call the 9:00 A.M. — 9:00 P.M. Community Center (561 -5448) for further information. SUNDAY SWIM AND STAY FIT 1:00 P.M. — 9:00 P.M. The use of the Exercise room is limited to 15 years and older. The Participate in a Fitness Program run in conjunction with the Minne- use of the Sauna is limited to 18 years and older. apolis American Red Cross. Swim 50 miles and earn an A.R.C. Certificate and patch. Swim 100 miles and earn a special 100 mile The Pool, Exercise Room, and Sauna may close early at the discre- swim shirt. Check with. the Lifeguards for further information. tion of the management. NORTH VIEW POOL — OPEN SWIM - Begins March 26 COMMUNITY CENTER MEMBERSHIP RATES — Thursday 6:30 -7:30 pm Cost 5011'/hour Memberships entitle the member to the use of the Swimming Pool, 7:30 -8:30 pm Exercise Room and Sauna during recreation or "open" periods. MEMBERSHIP RATES: SCUBA OPEN SWIM - Begins March 26 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year A special time to practice for persons with scuba equipment only. Family $25 $45 $78 Designed for those taking scuba instruction as well as any other Individual $15 $25 $40 interested persons. Cost $.75 each time. GENERAL ADMISSION Thursday 8:30 -10:00 pm North View Jr. High Adult (18 & older) $1.50 NORTH VIEW POOL AND GYM RENTAL Youth (15 -17) $1.00 Children (5 -14) $.75 The North View Jr. High Pool and Gymnasium at 69th and Zane GAME ROOM Avenue North are available for rental at various times during the week. Call the Community Center 561 -5448 for further informa- OPEN DAILY: Table Tennis, Billiards, Foosball, Video Games, Nomi- tion. Cost: Gym $5.00 /hour. Pool: $15.00 /hour. nal Charge. 14 REGISTRATION INFORMATION THE BROOKLYN CENTER PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT 1 . All registration must be made at the Park and Recreation office in Dedicated to the Citizens of Brooklyn Center that they may the Community Center beginning at 2:00 P.M. Saturday, March share in the God given right to beauty, to sunshine, to tran- 15 (swim registration is separate — see box below). ""Regis - q y, and uilit t t trations made by mail will not be accepted before March 18 (use o he end that each may herein find the laugh- ter of childhood, the acceptance of youth, the fulfillment of blank at bottom of page). No phone registrations. adult life, and the companionship of old age, through a heal- 2. The Park and Recreation office in the Community Center is open thy, satisfying use of leisure time. Monday through Friday from 8:30 A.M. — 10:30 P.M.; Satur- Eugene H. Hagel — Director of Parks and Recreation day, 8:30 A.M. — 9:00 P.M.; Sunday, 1:00 P.M. — 9:00 Henry Davis — Superintendent of Parks P.M. Arnie Mavis — Superintendent of Recreation 3. Where classes are limited, registration will be on the first come - Kathy Flesher — Program Supervisor first serve basis. Persons are not considered registered until the Susan LaCrosse — Program Supervisor fee has been paid. The Park and Recreation Department reserves Dana Jessen — Aquatic Supervisor the right to cancel classes or activities when an insufficient number of people sign up. BROOKLYN CENTER 4. Instructor will not be permitted to accept registration at the PARK AND RECREATION activity location. ADVISORY COMMISSION 5. Request for refunds must be received at least 24 hours before Park and Recreation Commission meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, 7:30 P.M. Council Chambers. This Commission advises the the second class session, however, there will be a and a service a City Council on the Parks and Recreation Program in Brooklyn charge on any refund before the first class begins and a $3.00 service charge before the second class begins. Center. Gerald Johnson, Chairperson 6. Persons who register for an activity where capacity enrollment Bud Sorenson Harry Bradford has already been reached ... will go on a waiting list. Additional Jacuelyn Albright Dawn Kiefer Mike Streitz classes may be formed if there are sufficient requests and if CIVIC GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS space and competent instruction is available. 7. Senior Citizens, 62 years and over, who are residents of Brook - The Park and Recreation Department maintains a file containing lyn Center may enjoy all activity classes at Ys the registration fee. information on the organizations listed below and agrees to serve as g Check schedule for beginning date for each class. a clearing house and referral service for inquiries regarding these groups. Call the Park and Recreation office for further information. For further information call 561 -5448 (Groups not listed who wish to be included are invited to contact the Park and Recreation Office.) American Assoc. of University Judo Club Women La Leche League Babe Ruth League League of Women Voters Brooklyn Center Band Little League — National Brooklyn Center Chamber Little League — American Swim Registration for Swimming Lessons which are to be of Commerce Lions Club conducted at the Community Center Pool and Northview Jr. Brooklyn Center Welcome Jaycees High will be held Saturday, Mar. 15 starting at 9:00 A.M. at Wagon Jaycees Women of the COMMUNITY CENTER, Mail registrations will not be Brooklyn Center Women's Club Brooklyn Center accepted for Swimming Lessons. Brooklyn Swim Club North Hennepin Artist Assn. Camp Fire Girls North Suburban Chess Club Toastmistress Club Children's Chorus Parents Without Partners REGISTRATION CARDS ARE FOR MAIL USE ONLY. Contract Bridge Quilters Club WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Duplicate Bridge Club Senior Citizens (Leisure Time BEFORE TUESDAY, MARCH 18 4 -H Club & Brooklyn Twins) Garden Club S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A., Inc. 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 Girl Scouts Stamp Club Harmonettes Square Dance Club Historical Society Toast Masters Hockey Assn. Twin Lake Alano (Date) (Date) NAME NAME (Last) (First) (Last) (First) ADDRESS ADDRESS (Zip) (Phone) (Zip) (Phone) ACTIVITY ACTIVITY (Location) (Location) CLASS DAY TIME CLASS DAY TIME DATE PAID AMOUNT DATE PAID AMOUNT FOR CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES: FOR CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES: AGE GRADE BIRTHRATE AGE GRADE BIRTHDATE SCHOOL SCHOOL PARENTS' NAME PARENTS' NAME 15