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1987 Edition 55 August INCLUDES THE 1987 FALL BROOKLYN CENTER 3[ PARKS AND . • DEPARTMENT BROCHURE THE SOMETHING MORE CITY N WS TT R t Registration - F Cl TIME SENSITIVE MAIL: Begins September 12 Deliver to lome by Sept, 5 See back page for information CITY �� BROO O K ' LYN i ,�.,� I I I I ( :AU:GGUST, 1987 ENTER BER 55 Sp Waste Collection Scheduled for Septe ber 26 A special waste collection will Residents are encouraged to solvents, corrosive cleaners, besponsored by Hennepin Coun- bring household quantities on paint thinners, wood preserva- ty for the northwestern suburbs unusable pesticides, solvents, tives, and hobby chemicals, and on Saturday, September26, from paints, hobby chemicals and a can be found in almost all base - 8 am. to 4 p.m. variety of other household chem- ments, garages, attics or even tL icals. Waste oil will be excluded under the kitchen sink. Billboard from the collections. Stored waste can be the The designated collection site cause of a poisoning or fire in the Ordinance for Brooklyn Center residents is home. Or it can be disposed of at the City of Crystal's Municipal improperly in the sewer or into a Garage, located at 41 st and landfill and cause injury to trash The City Council recently took Douglas Drive North. Questions haulers or the groundwater sup - action to strengthen the City s should be directed to Hennepin ply for our drinking water. Land - sign ordinance as it relates to the County's Department of Environ- fills and sewage treatment plants prohibition of billboards. ment and Energy at 348-8984, or are not designed to handle many The action was an amend- Ms. Julie Jones, Recycling Direc- of the household chemicals. ment to the ordinance to define tor, at the Crystal City Hall, 537 - billboards as "off- premise adver- 8421. There is a need for everyone tising signs ". With some limited Special household wastes are to become more concerned with exceptions, the City ordinance unusable amounts of things like the proper management of haz- does not allow off premise adver- car service products, pesticides, ardous household products, and tising signs in the community. solvents, corrosive cleaners, a planned waste collection of this type serves a dual role -- it provides a safe disposal option Housing Grant for those who bring their hazard- ous waste, and also serves to educate people towards better Program Available management of their unwanted household products. The Brooklyn Center Housing range from a household with one A successful collection proj- and Redevelopment Authority is individual with an income of ect initiated by the County took low administering Brooklyn Center's $15,250 per year, to households place in Hopkins last fall for resi- Housing Rehabilitation Grant with eight or more individuals dents of Hopkins, St. Louis Park, Program. having a maximum annual in- and Edina. The success of the The program which is funded come of $27,200. project was partially the reason with community monies, is in- For additional information re- for considering a County wide tended to provide financial as- garding the program and the re- series of collections. The Minne- sistance to low and moderate quired qualifications, please call sota Pollution Control Agency income households with the Brad Hoffman at the Brooklyn has cosponsored more than a maintenance and repair of their Center City Hall, 561 -5440, dozen collection projects homes. Monday through Friday, during throughout the state during the Maximum qualifying incomes normal business hours. past two years. 2 Proper Disposal Of Waste Paint Is Necessary Paint is one of many common exposed to repeated freezing liquids to dry out. Occasional household products which can and thawing. Do not use paint stirring of the paint to break become a hazardous waste dis- containing lead. surface scum may be necessary posal problem, when persons Look for local organizations for larger quantities of paint. dispose of them improperly. who may welcome the usable *To hasten the process, pour Household hazardous wastes paint, such as churches, school thin layer of paint into a card- , -- products including garden groups, community service or- board box lined with plastic, pesticides, used motor oil, paint ganizations, and recreation de- allowing that layer to harden, and thinners, and so on, contain partments. then add succeeding layers in many of the same chemicals Another option is evaporating this manner until all of the paint found in industrial hazardous the liquids from the paint, and has hardened. waste. disposing of the hardened mate- Planning ahead is required rial in the trash. When hardened, since the evaporation process If placed in the trash, or the material is stable and will not may take a few weeks to a few poured down drains and storm seep through the landfill to months to complete. sewers, the chemicals can ground water below. For information on disposal of pollute groundwater, lakes, Follow these steps to evapor- other types of household hazard - streams. Proper disposal is s ate paint properly: ous waste, including wood pre - necessary and takes a little time *Always evaporate paint in a servatives, solvents, pesticides, and planning. well ventilated area, out of reach and anti - freeze, write to MPCA at The best method of disposal is of children and pets, and pro- 520 Lafayette Road North, St to use it up. If stored carefully, oil- tected from rainfall. Paul, MN 55155, or call 296 - based paints can remain usable *Remove the lid to allow the 6300. for 15 years, Latex (water based) paint will last up to 10 years if not Dispose of Used Watch Channel 7 Oil Properly For Local Government Used oil can and should be mated 20 to 24 million gallons of recycled. A Minnesota law also used oil each year. Approximate - Information requires that all outlets that sell ly one -third is collected by motor oil in the state must pro- industrial transporters, service vide a collection tank for used oil stations, and through curbside or post a sign indicating where and municipal programs. The the nearest used oil recycling collected oil is either burned for tank is located. industrial fuel or re refined. Oil poured into sanitary sew- If you change your own oil, ers cannot be broken down by p our the used oil into a container wastewater treatment, - i (a jug with a cap works well), seal and be n k i u it collet to dta a it used water pollution. More than 2,000,000 gallons of oil tion center. Do not mix used oil Brooklyn Center cable tele- each yearfrom Minnesota house- with gas, antifreeze, paint thin - vision channel 7 is your informa- holds are dumped down drains ners or other waste products tion resource for local govern- and storm sewers, on the ground from your home. Once the used ment news. Tune in to channel 7 oil is contaminated, it becomes to find out park and recreation or just put into the garbage. Just difficult or impossible to recycle. classes and events, city job one quart of oil can pollute For more information on how openings, emergency informa- 250,000 gallons of water --- to dispose of used oil, please tion, upcoming public meeting which is more than 30 persons contact the Minnesota Waste schedules and agenda, city can drink in a lifetime. Management Board at 7323 office hours and phone numbers, Minnesota automobiles and 58th Avenue North, Crystal, or and other current information. industries generate an esti- call 536 -0816. 3 Help Control Water Restrictions Mosquito Implemented For First Time Born on the first time in its history, major fire. June 5, 1987, the City of Brooklyn Center implemented a The 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. ban was Encephalitis "calendar" system of odd -even selected since this is the peak sprinkling restrictions, which re period of daily demand. Without a sulted in only a minimal reduc- ban, the water usage during this tion in usage. 6 -hour period was about four \ / times greater than the average Accordingly, on June 16, the demand for the remaining 18 City implemented a community hours. wide ban on lawn and garden T T sprinkling between the hours of Almost immediately after the 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., which has re- ban was adopted, the water / l \ cently been lifted. usage pattern changed dramati- / 1 I Water usage this year has cally, indicating that most resi- ` been at record levels due to dents were complying with the the dry winter, and followed by rules, and many residents adopt- high temperatures and a severe ed voluntary conservation meas- drought. Compounding that prob- ures. lem, one of the city`s8 wells had a The City staff will again evalu- cave in at the cavity at the bottom ate the adequacy of the water California encephalitis is a of the well. The cave in occurred system and its reliability. It is disease caused by a virus, which in late May with repairs taking obvious that it would be possible is transmitted by the tree -hole about 8 weeks, and a second well to avoid the need for water use mosquito. Attacking the central was lost from service for approxi- restrictions by increasing the nervous system, the disease mately two weeks in late June system's capacity. affects young children causing when a lightening strike burned However, this would require a mild headaches, fever, a state of out a motor on that well. very substantial investment in confusion and convulsions. The ban was necessary to as- additional wells and storage This disease can cause per- sure that an adequate supply of tanks. A cost and benefit study manent damage, but rarely water was available for regular will be conducted for considera- death, and usually does not uses and to assure an adequate tion by the City Council and resi- affect people over age 18. supply of water in the event of a dents. This type of mosquito does not breed in the wetlands and marshy areas, and it not con- Caution Is Necessary trolled by conventional spraying methods. It breeds in small holes in trees and discarded contain- As School Year Starts ers such as cans, bottles and tires. The maximum range of this mosquito is about 400 yards, and Drivers, of all motor vehicles, minded that the School Safety the control efforts can have are reminded that it is their re- Patrol will be out every school immediate impact. sponsibility to ensure the safety day to assist students going to Control procedures include of children. and from school. filling holes in trees and stumps State law requires that drivers Drivers are reminded to honor with wool type insulation, and on the same roadway as a school the school patrol's orange stop picking up and disposing of dis- bus with red lights flashing and flags which are used to assist carded containers and tires. stop arm extended must stop to pedestrians at school crossings. Most garbage haulers will dis- allow the students to enter and The orange stop flag extended is pose of tires for an extra fee. exit safely. Drivers may proceed considered the same as a posted For additional information, when the stop arm is retracted stop sign, and all school patrol please call the Metropolitan and the red lights are off. crossing areas are posted by Mosquito Control District at 645- Students and adults who are permanent signs and painted 9149• pedestrians or bicyclists are re- crosswalks. 4 Bicentennial Of Constitution Celebrated September 17 The bicentennial of the United � States Constitution will be cele- brated across the country on Thursday, September 17. Among the events planned for Brooklyn Center on this date are fireworks at Central Park, preceded by the dedication of Constitution Hall in the City's Community Center how (formerly social hall). O Other activities planned by the Brooklyn Center Constitu- tion Bicentennial Committee, under the chairmanship of Bill Lakotas, are a medallion hunt; special programs in coordination with local schools; a series, of articles on the Constitution in the �� A Brooklyn Center Post; and the sale of commemorative memora- bilia. For additional information re- .�� garding any of these activities, please call the City Hall at 561- �� 5440. Recycling City of Brooklyn Center C enter Opens CITY COUNCIL A new recycling center was Dean Nyquist ............................. ..........................Mayor opened July 8 in Brooklyn Park Bill Hawes ..................... ............................... Councilman for the use of the residents of Gene Lhotka ................... ............................... Councilman Crystal, Brooklyn Park, and Celia Scott .................. ............................... Councilwoman Brooklyn Center. Rich Theis .................... ............................... Councilman The attended donation center, Gerald Splinter ................ ............................... City Manager sponsored by the three cities and Goodwill Industries, is SERVICE DIRECTORY located next to the Connco Emergency Number (24 Hours) Shoes store on Highway 169 In POLICE- FIRE - MEDICAL ................ ............................... 911 Brooklyn Park Police (non- emergency, information) .............................. 561 -5443 Residents can now bring tradi- City Hall Offices ................. ............................... 561 -5440 tional items, in addition to recy (Monday - Friday — 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.) clable cans, newspapers and Community Center ............... ............................... 561 -5448 bottles, to the center. The center CITY OFFICES is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway seven days a week Brooklyn Center, Minnesota 55430 5 1987 FALL PARKS & AQUA EXERCISE - 25 LBS. PLUS RECREATION BROCHURE A popular COED class, unique and different because you must be at least 25 LBS. or more over weight to participate. You do not need to be a swimmer or put your face in the water. Registration Fee $14.50/10 Sessions. Class 50 min. Instructor Renee Youngberg. # Day Begins Time Location Adult Activities 9 Wed. Sept 23 6:30 p.m. NVJH LOCATIONS WHERE CLASSES ARE HELD 25 LBS. PLUS - COED Brooklyn Center High School (BCHS), 65th & Humboldt Ave. N. This very popular class is unique and different because you must Brooklyn Center Community Center(CC), 6301 Shingle Ck Pkwy. be at least 25 LBS. or more overweight. This is not necessarily Brooklyn Junior High School (BJHS), 7400 Noble Ave. N. an easier program but designed for the special needs of the Earle Brown School, 59th & Humboldt Ave. N. overweight person. All you need is extra pounds, a sense of humor Evergreen School, 70th & Dupont Ave. N. and the desire to TRY AGAIN! If you are wondering if you qualify for Fair Oaks School, 5600 -65th Ave. N. this class, you probably don't. Wear comfortable clothes and bring Garden City School, 3501 -65th Ave. N. a mat. Registration Fee $14.50/10 Sessions. Classes 50 min. Northport School, 5421 Brooklyn Blvd. Instructors Kathleen Ketterhagen # 10, Anita Lancello # 11. North View Jr. High School (NVJH), 69th & Zane Ave. N. # Day Begins Time Location Orchard Lane School, 6201 Noble Ave. N. 10 Mon. Sept. 21 6:30 p.m. Palmer Lake Palmer Lake School, 73rd & West Palmer Lake Drive 11 Thurs. Sept. 24 6:00 p.m. Earle Brown Park Center High School (PCHS), 7300 Brooklyn Blvd. Willow Lane School, 70th & Perry Ave. N. TRIMNASTICS - COED CHILDCARE SERVICE Exercises to strengthen, improve muscle tone and flexibiltyforall parts of the body will be taught. Stomach, hips and thigh exercises The "PLAY CORNER" will be provided for parents attending are all part of the fun! No dancing will be done; exercises morning classes, programs, meetings or swimming at the choreographed to music. Dress comfortably and bring a mat to Community Center. The minimum age is6 months. The cost is 750 class. Registration Fee $17.25/12 Sessions. Classes 50 min. per child per hour for each preschool child. The "PLAY CORNER" Instructors Nancy Candea #'s 12, 13, 15, Bev Wilson # 14. will be open Monday- Friday 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. beginning # Day Begins Time Location Sept. 28. Additional times may be noted in the description of 12 Mon. Sept. 21 7:00 p.m. Willow Lane Adult Classes. For further information call 561 -5448. (The Play 13 Wed. Sept 23 7:05 p.m. Willow Lane Corner will be open for exercise classes on Sept 21 & 24) 14 Thurs. Sept 24 10:30 a.m. CC 15 Thurs. Sept 24 7:00 p.m. Evergreen Chlorine treated water CAN discolor swim suits; sorry we are not responsible. WOMEN'S GENERAL CONDITIONING SENIOR AQUA EXERCISE Physical conditioning to look and feel better. The weight training machine and flexibility program provide a well- rounded fitness A fun and healthy class for both men and women 62 years and program. It is tailored to individual needs and provides you with older. You do not need to be a swimmer or put your face in the the information you need to set up and pace workouts for future water. Please furnish doctor's name and number when registering. use. This program emphasizes conditioning, endurance and years Registration Fee $6.75/10 Sessions. Classes 50 min. of healthy living. Babysitting available for day classes - see # Day Begins Time Location Childcare Service. Registration Fee $18.00/5 Weeks. Classes 1 1 Tues. Sept. 29 9:15 a.m. CC hour. 2 Thurs. Oct. 1 10:15 a.m. CC # Day Begins Time Location AQUA EXERCISE - COED 16 TH & T Sept 24 7:30 p.m. BCHS 17 M & W Sept. 28 1:00 P.M. CC Exercise in water for better health and a trimmer figure. You do not 18 TH & T Oct. 29 7:30 p.m. BCHS need to be a swimmer or put your face in the water. Enjoy a 19 M & W Nov. 2 1:00 P.M. CC pleasant and invigorating experience through this unique approach to exercise with music. Some aerobics will also be included. Instructor Renee Youngberg #'s 4, 6, 7. PRENATAL FITNESS CLASSES ONCE A WEEK, $14.50/10 WEEKS - 50 MIN. A class simple enough for safety but challenging enough to # Day Begins Time Location improve your flexibility, strength and stamina You will learn 3 Tues. Sept 29 10:15 a.m. CC exercises to encourage the correct use of your body as it slowly 4 Tues. Sept. 22 7:20 p.m. NVJH changes. Keep fit for a healthier delivery and easier comeback. 5 Thurs. Oct. 1 9:15 a.m. CC Please check with your doctor and bring a written OK to the first CLASSES TWICE A WEEK, $14.50/5 WEEKS - 50 MIN. session. Registration Fee $22.00/12 Sessions. Classes 50 min. 6 T & TH Sept 22 6:30 p.m. NVJH Instructor Bev Wilson. 7 T & TH Oct. 27 6:30 p.m. NVJH # Day Begins Time Location AQUA EXERCISE WORKOUT - COED 20 Tues. Sept 22 7:15 p.m. CC If swimming laps isn't your forte, try this. Aerobics, strengthening, stretching - and no sweat! You should be comfortable treading WOMEN'S OPEN VOLLEYBALL watertojoin us- a step up from aqua exercise. This new coed class A night of fun volleyball for women (post high school age). Bring a involves independent movement in deep water as part of a friend or come alone. An enjoyable time plus good exercise. vigorous workout. Registration Fee $14.50/10 Sessions. Classes Please, no organized teams. No charge. Runs through December 50 min. Instructor Renee Youngberg. 15. Gym time 2 hours. # Day Begins Time Location Day Begins Time Location 8 Wed. Sept 23 7:30 p.m. NVJH Tues. Sept. 22 8:00 p.m. Earle Brown 6 ADULT ACTIVITIES CONTINUED WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE MEN'S VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE Open to all post high school age women. Recreation and Power The Parks and Recreation Department has a Men's fall Volleyball divisions with Fall and Winter Leagues. Games are played league. Interested teams and individuals should call 561 -5448 Tuesday evenings at North View and Orchard Lane Schools. For and place their names on a mailing list. If enough interest is shown, more information, call Sue at 561 -5448. an organizational meeting will be scheduled. MIXED VOLLEYBALL JUDO Open to all post high school age men and women. Choose sides For men and women who are interested in learning the basic skills and play fun low -key volleyball. A night out for Mom and Dad. or more advanced techniques of Judo. Carl Flood, 6th Degree Activity fee is 50¢ per person, per session. No organized teams Black Belt, provides complete instruction. In addition, interested please. students may join the Brooklyn Center Judo Club, which is nation - Day Begins Time Location ally sanctioned. All sessions held in North View Junior High Wed. Oct. 7 7:30 p.m. BCHS Wrestling Room. Registration Fee $15.00/8 Sessions. Classes 1 hour. Class # 36 Beginning; Class # 37 Advanced; for Adults and Children. Asst. Instructor Steve Johnson, 2nd Degree Black Belt. AEROBIC CLASSES # Day Begins Time Location 36 Thurs. Sept. 24 7:00 p.m. NVJH • All aerobic classes offer complete and effective conditioning 37 Thurs. Sept 24 8:00 p.m. NVJH for muscles, heart and lungs. BEGINNING BALLROOM DANCE • Classes include warmups, aerobic movements, muscle group Forcouples only. Dancing is a skill that can be learned. Don't sit on work and cool down stretching. the side lines and watch others enjoy themselves. Learn the • Wear comfortable clothes and aerobic shoes. Waltz, Foxtrot, Swing, Polka and Schottische. Be readyforthe next Wedding Dance or night out on the town! Registration Fee • All classes are COED unless noted in class description. $24.00/8 Sessions /per couple. Classes 1 hour. Instructor Les • Fitness experts encourage 3 aerobic activities per week This Eck. can be a combination of classes or classes and walking, # Day Begins Time Location swimming, biking, etc. 38 Thurs. Oct. 1 7:30 p.m. Earle Brown • Classes are 50 minutes in length unless noted in the class ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE - NEW description. Childcare available for morning weekday classes This _class is a fun approach to fashion, makeup and stress - See Childcare. reduction. Do you know manaufactures' design clothes for different body types. Learn your type and what looks good on you. BEGINNING AEROBICS Find out ways to improve on the application of your makeup. Not to be taken lightly! Everyone has to start somewhere, why not Discover where stress lies, the affects, and how to release it in a this class! If you have never exercised before or found other safe and fun way. Registration Fee $12.00/4 Sessions. Classes classes to hard to follow... this is it! Registration Fee $17.25/12 1 1 /2 hour. Instructors Sue Bush & Annette Reynolds Sessions. Instructor Jane Schultz # 21, Deb Eldridge # 22. # Day Begins Time Location # Day Begins Time Location 39 Mon. Sept. 21 7:00 p.m. CC 21 Mon. Sept. 21 7:00 p.m. Evergreen SILVER SLIPPER DANCE GROUP- NEW 22 Thurs. Sept. 24 6:00 p.m. NVJH LOVE TO DANCE? A little "show biz" still in your blood? If you are LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 50 years or older, join us and dance, dance, dance! Our plan is to create a fun repertoire to broadway hits, and nostalgic favorites, This unique class offers an alternative to other aerobic classes. complete with glittering costumes (in good taste, of course). Our The large bouncing movements and jogging are removed and one goal will be to entertain at club meetings, nursing homes, etc. So foot is always maintained on the floor. The individual's heart rate dance for fun, for fitness and do a good deed too! How about it? can still be elevated within the target heart range. Registration Call for information, 561 -5448, Ext. 170. Registration Fee Fee $17.25/12 Sessions Instructors Bev Wilson #'s 23, 25, Jane $14.00/8 Sessions. Classes 1 hour. Instructor Bev Wilson. Schultz # 24, Marcia Krey # 26. # Day Begins Time Location # Day Begins Time Location 40- Tues. Sept. 22 6:15 p.m. CC 23 Mon. Sept. 21 10:30 a.m. CC 24 Mon. Sept. 21 6:00 p.m. Evergreen QUILTING 25 Tues. Sept 22 5:15 p.m. CC Students will learn various methods of hand applique and ma- 26 Wed. Sept 23 6:00 p.m. Northport chine piecing. Quilting and binding techniques will also be covered. A wall hanging 30 "x30" will be the class project. Bring to WOMEN'S INTERMEDIATE AEROBICS 1st class: pencil, ruler and sheet of carbon paper. Fabric require - This intermediate level class is fun and challenging. Persons ments will be given at this time. Registration Fee. $13.00/4 registering for this level must have taken classes for a minimum of Sessions. Classes 2 hours. Instructor Joanne Holzknecht. one year. Aerobic dance is a combination of dancing for the fun of # Day Begins Time Location it and dancing for more ENERGY EVERYDAY! Registration Fee 41 Thurs. Oct. 8 7:00 p.m. CC $17.25/12 Sessions. Instructor Bev Wilson #'s 27, 32, Jolene STENCILING Morris #'s 29, 33, Marcia Krey # 31, Deb Eldridge # 34. # Day Begins Time Location This is an art anyone can do! The main class emphasis will be on 27 Mon. Sept 21 9:30 a.m. CC fabric stenciling but the technique can be applied to other 28 Mon. Sept. 21 6:00 p.m. Northport surfaces. Participants will also learn to cut their own stencils. 29 Tues. Sept. 22 6:00 p.m. Garden City Finished projects will be shown and demonstrated. Bring to class: 30 Tues. Sept 22 7:00 p.m. Garden City sharp X -ACTO or utility knife, extra fine point permanent marking 31 Wed. Sept 23 7:00 p.m. Northport pen, and 1 sheet fine grain sand paper. Please allow $1.75 for 32 Thurs. Sept. 24 9:30 a.m. CC additional materials to be purchased at class. Registration Fee 33 Thurs. Sept. 24 6:00 p.m. Garden City $3.50/1 Session. Class 3 hours. Instructor Joanne Holzknecht. 34 Thurs. Sept. 24 7:00 p.m. NVJH # Day Date Time Location 35 Sat. Sept. 26 10:00 a.m. NVJH 42 Thurs. Nov. 5 6:30 p.m. CC 43 Thurs. Nov. 19 6:30 p.m. CC 7 ADULT ACTIVITIES CONTINUED ENJOY YOUR PLANTS - NEW BEGINNING ACRYLICS PAINTING - NEW If you have a love-hate relationship with your plants; sign up! This is a class designed for the beginning painter. Students will Learn fun, non -fail methods of plant care. If you have a problem start with the basics: color mixing, composition and painting plant bring it along. Your plants will bloom and prosper after this techniques. Bring a sketch pad and kneaded eraser to class. A class. Registration Fee $2.00/1 Session. Class 1 1 12 hour. supply list for acrylic paints, brushes, and painting surface will be Instructor Susan Bush. discussed at the first session. Suggestions will also be given for # Day Date Time Location where supplies can be purchased. Students will have the opportu- 44 Wed. Sept. 22 7:00 p.m. CC nity to paint a floral and landscape. Registration Fee $25.00/8 DOG OBEDIENCE Sessions. Classes 3 hours. Instructor Joan Cashin. # Day Begins Time Location This course is open to people 12 years and older, whose dog is at 52 Wed. Sept. 30 6:30 p.m. CC least 6 months old. This course will teach you how to work with your dog in order to teach him social behavior and self- discipline. HEARING THROUGH OLDER EARS For more information, call Stanley Orr, 533 -5207. Registration The six weekly sessions will provide information about hearing Fee $22.00/8 Sessions. Classes 1 hour and how it affects communicaton. Included will be simple low -cost # Day Begins Time Location tips to improve communication, coping strategies, a chance to try 45 Tues. Sept. 29 6:30 p.m. Northport different types of assistive equipment and a guide to hearing POTTERY health resources. (No products will be sold or recommended.) This free program is sponsored by the Minnesota Foundation for The class is designed to teach the basic skills of throwing and Better Hearing and Speech through 'a grant from the Metropolitan hand building. The Community Center offers a unique opportunity Council on Aging. No fee, pre- registration required. Transporta- to practice your new skills by including in the registration fee clay tion will be provided through the Five Cities Transportation for projects, unlimited studio practice time and firing fees. Bring a Program. Session 45 min. Instructor Candy Baggeroer, workshirt to the first class. Please allow about $6.00 for purchas- Day Begins Time Location ing of tools. Registration Fee $35.00/7 Sessions. Classes 3 hours. Mon. Sept. 21 1:00 P.M. CC Instructor Karen Haberle. # Day Begins Time Location 46 Tues. Sept. 29 6:30 p.m. CC 47 Mon. Oct. 12 6:30 p.m. CC 48 Tues. Nov. 17 6:30 p.m. CC Teen Activities LAB & FIRING PRIVILEGES Open to persons who have completed a Pottery Class at the Community Center or have had previous experience and are BEGINNING MODELING familiar with equipment. Lab may be used on a unlimited basis For girls in grades 5 and up who are interested in learning about other than class time and students may have pieces fired in the makeup, hair care and styling, skin care, colors for self improve - seven week period. The lab program is designed for individuals ment and self- esteem. Class will be highlighted with a fashion who want to work independently. Clay may be purchased at the show by the girls for their friends and family the last night. Community Center. Arrange your own time to work in the lab Registration Fee $8.50/6 Sessions. Classes 1 hour. Instructor during the 7 weeks, no instruction. Starting week corresponds Susan Bush. with pottery class schedule at Community Center. Registra- # Day Begins Time Location tion Fee $25.00/7 Weeks for new lab students. For returning 53 Thurs. Sept. 24 7:00 p.m. NVJH participants, please check with instructor. # Day Begins Time Location TEEN UPDATE 49 TO BE ARRANGED Teen Update is the newsletter put out by the Brooklyn Center 50 TO BE ARRANGED Parks and Recreation Department. It will tell about junior high 51 TO BE ARRANGED activitiesgoing on including Co-Rec specials, dances, classes, ski BREAK AWAY trips and more. Teen Update will be available in junior high school Come and join the fun on these special Adult outings planned by offices beginning in October. Students may also call the Parks and the Recreation Departments of Brooklyn Centerand Crystal.Trips Recreation Department at 561 -5448 to get their names on the depart from Brooklyn Center Community Center and the Thorson 1987 -88 mailing list. Community Center. Participants wishing to board the bus at NORTH VIEW TEEN SOCIAL COUNCIL Thorson, register at Crystal Recreation Department Registration taken in person or by mail on a first -come basis. Sorry, no refunds, The council is made up of representatives from each grade and is phone registrations, or children. For detailed information about responsible for planning social activities for North View Co-Rec the trips and to be placed on the "Break Away" mailing list, call and Dances. Applications can be picked up in the school office. Fill 561 -5448, Ext. 170. out and return to office. Deadline to apply is October 1. Oct. 22 - Great North American History Theatre and Luncheon. BACK TO SCHOOL BASH Lunch today will be at one of the newest Twin Cities Got the back to school blahs! Get your friends together and come restaurants. After lunch, we're off to see "Plain to the fourth annual Back to School Bash. Co -Rec kicks off at 7 Hearts" with the all- female cast who recreate through songs and stories the hardships and triumphs of p.m. on Friday, October 9 at North View. For grades 7 -9 only Fee $1.50 /per person. Session 3 hours. midwestern farm families from the 1890's- 1920's. Day Date Time Location Deadline to register, Sept. 14, space permitting. Fri. Oct. 9 7:00 p.m. NVJH Nov. - Information not confirmed at time of printing. TEEN CHAPERONES NEEDED Dec. 9 - Glensheen Christmas. The "Sights and Sounds of Brooklyn Center Parks and Recreation Department is now hiring Christmas" at Glensheen Mansion in Duluth will chaperones to work two Friday evenings a month from 6:30-10:30 feature colorful decorations of the season, festive music, and a delicious holiday brunch. Deadline to p.m. Chaperones will supervise junior high students at North View Co -Rec, an open gym type program, and dances. Must be adult register, Nov. 16, space permitting. age to apply. Call Sue at 561 -5448 for information. 8 TEEN ACTIVITIES CONTINUED MONSTER MASH - NEW SADIE HAWKINS DANCE Join us for a ghostly gala celebrating Halloween. Highlights Don't miss the Sadie Hawkins Dance on Friday, November20 from include eerie entertainment, refreshments, a costume contest, a 7:30 -10:30 p.m. at North View (69th and Zane). The dance monster mash dance contest and lots of scary surprises. For features one of the hottest sound and light shows in the area. grades 7 -9. Come in costume to really get into the "spirit" of Special highlight is the jailhouse . So, get your friends together and things! It's a North View SMASH! Fee $1.50 /per person. Session 3 catch Dance Fever! For grades 7 -9 only! Fee $3.00 /per person. hours. Session 3 hours. Day Date Time Location Day Date Time Location Fri. Oct. 30 7:00 p.m. NVJH Fri. Nov. 20 7:30 p.m. NVJH POTTERY, EXERCISE & FITNESS CO-REC See Adult Activities for description. Open to Senior High Teens. Are you and yourfriends looking for something fun to do on Friday FLICK FLOAT - NEW night? Come to Co-Rec! Students in grades 7-9 can swim or play basketball, foosball, bumper pool and ping pong. Be there or be Do you like to swim? Are you a movie maniac? Why not do both? square. Fee $1.00 /per person. Session 3 hours. The movie JAWS will be shown in the pool area of North View on Day Date Time Location Friday, November 6. If you want, bring an inner tube or an air Fri. Dec. 4 7:00 p.m. NVJH mattress and just FLOAT around while watching this terrific movie. For grades 7 -9. Fee $1.50 /per person. Session 3 hours. WATER BLAST - NEW Day Date Time Location We're making a big splash with a new activity called Water Blast! In Fri. Nov. 6 7:00 p.m. NVJH the pool area, there will be a sound and light show playing all of your favorite old and current hits. Participants can swim, listen to great music, and compete in fun games and contests Grades 7 -9 get readyfor the first North View splashdown on Friday, December 18. Ten, nine ... two, one, it's a WATER BLAST! ! ! Fee $1.50 /per person. Session 3 hours. Day Date Time Location Fri. Dec. 18 7:00 p.m. NVJH Children Activities CREATIVE DANCE AND JAZZ TINY TOT TAP AND BALLET II Here is an opportunity for children to enjoythe freedom of creative For preschool children 4 and up who have had at least one year expression combined with modern jazz movements Forgrades 1- previous tap and ballet training. Students will continue with ballet 6. (Children in kindergarten who have previous dance training may fundamentals and learn new tap combinations. Registration Fee register.) Registration Fee $14.25/10 Sessions. Classes 45 min. $14.25/10 Sessions. Classes 45 min. Instructor Nancy Candea. Instructor Nancy Candea # 54, Bobbi Murrill # 55. # Day Begins Time Location # Day Begins Time Location 61 Thurs. Sept. 24 6:00 p.m. Evergreen 54 Mon. Sept. 28 6:00 p.m. Willow Lane 55 Wed. Sept. 30 3:50 p.m. Earle Brown BEGINNING BATON TAP AND BALLET Participants will be taught the fundamentals of baton twirling. Skills such as holding the baton, wrist twirls, figure eights, two - A beginning level where fundamentals of ballet and simple tap handed spins, basic throws and beginning marching will be combinations will be taught. For grades 1 -6 (Children in kinder- included. There will be 45 minutes of instruction followed by 15 garten who have previous tap and ballet training may register.) minutesof practice. Forstudentswith littleornobaton instruction. Registration Fee $14.25/10 Sessions. Classes 45 min. Instructor Forgrades 1 -6. Balanced baton may be purchased for$4.25 from Bobbi Murrill. instructor. Please indicate so when registering. Registration Fee # Day Begins Time Location $14.25/10 Sessions. Classes 1 hour. Instructor Mary Engelmeyer. 56 Mon. Sept. 28 3:15 p.m. Garden City # Day Begins Time Location 57 Tues. Sept. 29 4:20 p.m. Palmer Lake 62 Tues. Sept. 29 6:30 p.m. Willow Lane TINY TOT CREATIVE DANCE GIRL'S BEGINNING TUMBLING The class gives an opportunity to participate in creative ex- A course in the beginning techniques of tumbling. Students will pression, rhythms and dance. The emphasis is on developing have an opportunity to learn such basic skills as rolls, cartwheels, physical skills, imagination and self- expression. For preschool walkovers and headstands Girls new to our program must register children who will be 3 1 /2 years old by Dec. 1, 1987. Registration for this class before taking the more advanced class Forgrades K- Fee $14.25/10 Sessions, Classes 45 min. Instructor Bobbi Murrill. 6. Registration Fee $14.25/10 Sessions. Classes 1 hour. # Day Begins Time Location Instructor Nancy Candea # 66, Bobbi Murrill #'s 63, 64, 65, Lorrie 58 Wed. Sept. 30 5:45 p.m. Earle Brown Skramstad # 67. TINY TOT TAP AND BALLET I # Day Begins Time Location 63 Mon. Sept. 28 4:05 p.m. Garden City Children will have an opportunity to participate in beginning ballet 64 Tues. Sept. 29 3:15 p.m. Palmer Lake movements and simple tap steps. For preschool children who will 65 Wed. Sept. 30 2:45 p.m. Earle Brown be 3 1 /2 years old by Dec. 1, 1987. Registration Fee $14.25/10 66 Wed. Sept 30 6:00 p.m. Willow Lane Sessions. Classes 45 min. Instructor Bobbi Murrill. 67 Sat. Oct. 3 12:20 p.m. NVJH # Day Begins Time Location 59 Mon. Sept. 28 5:15 p.m. Garden City 60 Tues. Sept. 29 5:15 p.m. Palmer Lake 9 CHILDREN ACTIVITIES CONTINUED GIRL'S ADVANCED TUMBLING LITTLE TRAVELER SERIES Students must have passsed Beginning Tumbling. Girls will have This program offers a unique experience for preschool children 4- the opportunity to learn handsprings, one - handed and dive cart- 6 years old. During our travel children will "get to known/' people of wheels. Grades 1 and up. Registration Fee. $14.25/10 Sessions. other countries by making and sampling their best loved foods, Classes 1 hour. Instructor Lorrie Skramstad. Day Begins Time Location Playing favorite games and making traditional crafts. Our "Little # # Sat. Oct. 3 10:05 e a.m. Location Travelers" will also learn customs and a few words of the spoken language. Don't forget your backpack or small suitcase. Registra- tion Fee $5.00 /per session or$16.00 for all sessions. Each class 2 hours. Instructor Mrs. Schiebel. SCOTLAND- "LAND OF KILTS & BAGPIPES" # Day Date Time Location `* 77 Wed. Sept 23 9:00 a.m. CC IRAN - "THE BRIDGE BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA" 78 Wed. Oct. 14 9:00 a.m. CC GIRL'S BEGINNING APPARATUS RUSSIA- "LARGEST REPUBLIC OF USSR" Students must have passed Beginning Tumbling in order to 79 Wed. Nov. 11 9:00 a.m. CC register for this class. Skills such as mounts, turns and stunts will GERMANY - "HEIDI'S HOME" be taught at the beginning level on the use of the balance beam, 80 Mon. Dec. 14 9:00 a.m. CC uneven parallel bars and vaulting horse. For grades 1 and up. Registration Fee $14.25/10 Sessions. - Classes 1 hour. Instructor SATURDAY WOODWORKERS - NEW Lorrie Skramstad. Boys and girls, in grades 3 -6, will learn to safely use different hand # Day Begins Time Location tools and then apply their knowledge and creativity to design and 69 Sat. Oct. 3 1 1 :1 5 a.m. NVJH make their own bookends. (Bring a small snack for break) Regis- tration Fee $15.00/2 Sessions. Classes 3 hours. Instructor Nancy BOY'S TUMBLING Candea. A course in the beginning techniques of tumbling. Students will # Day Begins Time Location have an opportunityto learn such basic skills as rolls, headstands, 81 Sat. Sept. 26 9:30 a.m. NVJH etc. For grades 1 -6. Registration Fee $14.25/10 Sessions. Classes 1 hour. Instructor Lorrie Skramstad # 71, Bobbi Murrill # WOODWORKING FOR KIDS 70. Boys and girls will learn to safely use different hand tools and then # Day Begins Time Location apply their knowledge to making projects out of pine. Participants 70 Wed. Sept. 30 4:40 p.m. Earle Brown will be encouraged to work at their own pace and will complete 71 Sat. Oct. 3 9:00 a.m. NVJH one project. For grades 3 -6. Project for # 82 is stool, # 83 is shelf with clothes hooks. Registration Fee $19.00/5 Sessions. Classes GYMSTERS I 1 1 /2 hours. Instructor Nancy Candea. Basic gymnastics and exercises designed to improve child's # Day Begins Time Location motor skills and coordination. Class activities include tumbling 82 Tues. Sept. 29 6:00 p.m. NVJH and introduction to the balance beam and bars. For boys and girls 83 Tues. Nov. 10 6:00 p.m. NVJH ages 3 1 /2 -5 (children must be 3 1 /2 by Dec. 1, 1987.) Class ratio 8 students /instructor. Registration Fee $17.50/10 Sessions. Classes 45 min. Instructor Linda Schiesl. # Day Begins Time Location 72 Sat. Sept. 26 9:00 a.m. NVJH 73 Sat. Sept. 26 9:55 a.m. NVJH SOCCER CAMP GYMSTERS II Fundamentals of the game will be taught ana some informal Gymsters II is a continuation of Gymsters I. Children will learn games will be played. For boys and girls in 1 st through 6th grade. more advanced moves on the low balance beam, tumbling and Registration Fee $8.00/4 Weeks. Camp 1 hour 10 min. (Registra- bars. For preschool children 4 and up who have taken Gymsters I tions now being accepted.) If you have a soccer ball bring it along. class. Class ratio 8 students /instructor. Registration Fee $17.50/ # Day Begins Time Location 10 Sessions. Classes 45 min. Instructor Linda Schiesl. 84 Sat. Sept. 12 9:00 a.m. PCHS # Day Begins Time Location 85 Sat. Sept. 12 10:15 a.m. PCHS 74 Sat. Sept. 26 10:50 a.m. NVJH A A I l e JUDO For boys and girls 8 years and up who are interested in learning the basic skills or more advanced techniques of judo. Carl Flood, WIGGLES AND GIGGLES 6th Degree Blackbelt, provides complete instruction. In addition, An exercise class for parent and child ages 2 1 /2 -5. Some exercises, interested students may join the Brooklyn Center Judo Club a little dancing, stunts, tricks, and most of all wiggling and giggling which is nationally sanctioned. All lessons held in the Wrestling and lost of fun for everyone! Wear play clothes and a smile. Room. Registration Fee $15.00/8 Sessions. Classes 1 hour. Class Registration Fee $12.50/10 Weeks. Classes 45 min. Instructor # 36 Beginning; Class # 37 Advanced. For adult and children. Linda Schiesl # 75, Bobbi Murrill # 76. Assistant Instr. Steve Johnson, 2nd Degree Blackbelt # Day Begins Time Location # Day Begins Time Location 75 Sat. Sept. 26 11:45 a.m. NVJH 36 Thurs. Sept. 24 7:00 p.m. NVJH 76 Tues. Sept 29 6:05 p.m. Palmer Lake 37 Thurs. Sept 24 8:00 p.m. NVJH 10 CHILDREN ACTIVITIES CONTINUED BROOKLYN COMMUNITY CHI LDREN'SCHORUS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM The goal of the children's chorus is to have FUN! Director, Barbara The after school program enables students to explore fields Dold, helps instill in each child a lifelong enjoyment of music along outside the regular school curriculum and will be held immediate - with the basic vocal techniques and the fun of musical per- ly after school. These programs are designed to acquaint elemen- formance. Children will have the opportunity to sing with a tary students with a new skill, or to enjoy a new activity. Although professional band and work with a choreographer. The chorus these programs are scheduled at specific schools you can meets October through June and performs several times through- register for classes outside your home school. However, school out the year including the annual Spring show at Park Center. For district policies will not allow children to leave school early to grades 1 -8. Co- sponsored by Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park participate in an afterschool class. Parks and Recreation Departments. For more information, call If you would like to see a class offered or would like to be an 561 -5448. (Registrations now being accepted.) Registration Fee instructor for a class, lease contact the Parks and Recreation $12.00 /Year. Classes 1 1 /2 hours. p # Day Begins Time Location (561-5448) or your Elementary School Building Coordinator. 86 Tues. Oct. 6 6:30 p.m. BJHS Karen Lipski Evergreen 561 -0270 Cameron Cross Garden City 561 -9768 Bonnie Capper- Eckstein Palmer Lake 561 -1930 Doug Anderson Fair Oaks 533-2246 Linda Hanka Earle Brown 561 -4480 Arvid Lauen Orchard Lane 533 -1645 Ken Gulbraa Willow Lane 561 -9272 CROCHETING FOR KIDS SONG OF THE SOUTH - OCTOBER 16 Beginning crochet instructionfor4 -6. Third graders accepted with Have a "Zip- A- Dee-Doo -Dah" fun filled afternoon at the consent of instructor. Bring a G or H metal crochet hook and Community Center. On Friday, October 16, we'll celebrate practice yarn to first class. Registration Fee $7.75/6 Sessions. school's out with a special movie and swim. First, see Walt Classes 1 hour. Instructor Esther Hyland. Disney's, Song Of The South. Movie times at noon and 2:3Q p.m. # Day Begins Time Location (approximate running time hour, 40 min.) After the movie, stay for 88 Tues. Oct.6 3:15 p.m. Garden City a swim. Admission fee $1.50 includes movie and swim. (Member- 89 Wed. Oct. 7 3:20 p.m. Evergreen ships do not apply.) Perfect for birthday parties. Questions, call 90 Thurs. Oct. 8 3:05 p.m. Palmer Lake 561 -5448. SPORTS HOUR Learn the fundamentals of floor hockey and basketball. Other low organized games will be taught. # 91 is for grades 3 -4, # 92 is for grades 5 -6. Registration Fee $7.00/6 Sessions. Classes 1 hour. Instructor Ann Mock # Day Begins Time Location F 91 Mon. Oct. 19 3:45 p.m. Willow Lane 92 Wed. Oct. 21 3:45 p.m. Willow Lane i., YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE It's not too late to sign up for football. Participants will be given the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of football and sportsman- HALLOWEEN PARTY /SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE ship through practice and competition. Practices are usually held Halloween . is a celebration for all ghosts and goblins, witches and 6-7:30 p.m. Mon. -Fri. For more information call 561 -5448. ghouls. Kids! Moms! Dads! Everyone! Come to our special BEGINNING MODELING Halloween Celebration. For girls in grades 5 and up. See Teen Activites For Description. Halloween Party- From 6 -8 p.m. Play ghoulish games, win prizes and visit our all NEW spook house. There will even be some special games and prizes just for adults. Why not come in costume and get in the "spirit" of things. Saturday Night Live- Bring your swim suit,'cause from 7 -10 p.m. YOUTH HOUSE HOCKEY we'll have a special Halloween version of Saturday Night Live! Eerie music, games, a treasure hunt, swimming and lots of chilling, Foryouth 3rd through 10th grade who wants to play in the House thrilling surprises are in store for you. Deadline to register is Hockey program. Our teams will be competing with teams from Wednesday, October 28, space permitting. Registration fee Robbinsdale, Golden Valley and Crystal. The deadline for registra- $2.00 adults (18 and older), $1.50 children (17 and under), tion is Monday, November 3. Anyone registering after this date children 2 and under are free. may not be placed on a team. The cost is$26.00 which includes a # Day- Date Location shirt. 87 Sat. Oct. 31 CC CAMPFIRE For boys and girls in K- highschool. Campfire builds life long friendships in a non - competitive atmosphere. Participants BASKETBALL - WRESTLING develop self- esteem by participating in decision making, leader- Information on the Youth Basketball and Wrestling program will ship, and giving service. For further information on getting your be passed out via flyers at the various schools and will also appear child or yourself involved in the Campfire Club program, contact: in the Brooklyn Center Post. Look for this information in mid - Barb Whitmore, 925 -0205. October. 11 Swi Activities Swim registration starts at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12, 1987.. SENIOR ADULT SWIMMING LESSONS All other class registrations begin at 1:00 p.m. (Numbers will be American Red Cross swim lessons for men and women ages 62 given out one hour before registration), WHEN REGISTERING years and older. Here is a chance to brush up on skills you have FOR SWIMMING LESSONS, PLEASE GIVE US NUMBER OF THE already learned, experience new skills or just start right up from CLASS. the very beginning. We also have room for "Super Chickens." PARENT AND TOT SWIM LESSONS Registration Fee $24.50/10 Lessons. Classes same days and times as adult lessons. Brooklyn Center residents $12.25/10 Lessons in water adjustment for children 2and3. One parent must Lessons. accompany the child in the water, preferably the same parent each time. Registration Fee $16.50/10 Lessons. Classes 30 min. ADULT SWIM LESSONS CLASSES ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS Beginner through Swimmer level swim instruction for adult and # Day Begins Time Location high school age. Here is an opportunity to learn to swim or brush 93 Sat. Sept. 26 10:05 a.m. CC up on your strokes. Registration Fee $24.50/10 Lessons. Classes 94 Mon. Sept. 28 6:00 p.m. NVJH 40 min. 95 Tues. Sept. 29 6:00 p.m. CC CLASSES ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS 96 Thurs. Oct. 1 6:00 p.m. CC # Day Begins Time Location DAYTIME CLASSES ONCE A WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS 116 Sat. Sept. 26 10:40 a.m. CC 97 M & W Sept 28 10:05 a.m. CC 117 Tues. Sept. 29 7:45 p.m. CC 98 M & W Nov. 2 10:05 a.m. CC 118 Thurs. Oct. 1 7:45 p.m. CC PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS DAYTIME CLASSES TWICE A WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS 1 19 M & W Sept. 28 11:15 a.m. CC Swimming instruction for 4 and 5 year olds. Parents do not 120 M & W Nov. 2 11:15 a.m. CC accompany child in the water. The following lesson levels are taught: Water Adjustment, Beginning, and Advanced Beginner. ADULT SUPER CHICKEN Average ratio of 5 student/instructor. Registration Fee$16.50/ 10 Forthose persons, high school age and up who have a real fear of Lessons. Classes 30 min. water. Here is an opportunity to overcome that fear and enjoy the CLASSES ONCE A WEEK FOR 10 WEEKS sport. Registration Fee $24.50/10 Lessons. Classes same days # Day Begins Time Location and times as adult lessons. 99 Sat. Sept. 26 9:30 a.m. CC 100 Sat. Sept. 26 10:05 a.m. CC ADAPTIVE SWIM LESSONS 101 Mon. Sept. 28 6:00 p.m. NVJH Swimming lessons for children and adult of all ages who are 102 Tues. Sept. 29 6:00 p.m. CC physically and /or mentally handicapped. Classes have a ratio of 103 Thurs. Oct. 1 6:00 p.m. CC one student to one instructor. Registration Fee $16.50/10 DAYTIME CLASSES TWICE A WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS Lessons. Classes 30 min. 104 M & W Sept. 28 9:30 a.m. CC # Day Begins Time Location 105 M & W Sept. 28 10:40 a.m. CC 121 Sat. Sept. 26 9:30 a.m. CC 106 M & W Nov. 2 9:30 a.m. CC 107 M & W Nov. 2 10:40 a.m. CC DIVING Beginning lessons on the 1 and 3 meter springboard for children who are Advanced Beginner or better swimmers. Registration Fee $16.50/10 Lessons. Classes 40 min. Chlorine treated water CAN discolor swimsuits; sorry we are # Day Begins Time Location not responsible. 122 Thurs. Oct. 1 6:30 p.m. CC PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS CHILDREN'S SWIM LESSONS Private lessons are available at the Community Center and North Red Cross Beginner through Swimmer instruction for boys and View Jr. High for a fee of $9.00 /half hour. Call the Community girls ages 6 and older. Classes have an average ratio of 5 Center for further information. students /instructor. Registration Fee. $16.50/10 Lessons. Class- BASIC RESCUE AND WATER SAFETY es 30 min. A Red Cross course for persons ages 1 1 and older. Skill in self # Day Begins Time Location rescue, extensions and artificial respirations will be taught. Stu - 108 Sat. Sept. 26 10:40 a.m. CC dents must pass a preliminary swimming test and must attend 109 Sat. Sept. 26 11:15 a.m. CC every class. Absences will not be made up. Registration Fee 1 10 Mon. Sept. 28 6:35 p.m. NVJH 1 11 Mon. Sept. 28 7:10 p. m. NVJH $26.00/10 Lessons. Classes 1 hour. 112 Tues. Sept. 29 6:35 p.m. CC # Day Begins Time Location 1 13 Tues. Sept. 29 7:10 p.m. CC 123 Tues. Sept. 29 6:00 p.m. CC 114 Thurs. Oct. 1 6:35 p.m. CC ADVANCED LIFESAVING COURSE 115 Thurs. Oct. 1 7:10 p.m. CC A Red Cross course for persons ages 15 and older. Student must CHILDCARE SERVICE be able to tread water, surface dive and swim 500 continuous The "PLAY CORNER" will be provided for parents attending yards. CPR, Multi -Media First Aid and student guarding time will morning classes, programs, meetings or swimming at the also be part of the course. Attendance is required and absenses Community Center. The minimumage is6 months.Thecostis75C will not be made up. Registration Fee $48.00/10 Sessions and per child per hour for each preschool child. The "PLAY CORNER" includes all materials needed. Classes 3 hours. Instructor Steve will be open Monday- Friday 9:00 a.m. -12:15 p.m. beginning Sept. Froehlich. 28. ADDITIONAL TIMES MAY BE NOTED IN THE DESCRIPTION # Day Begins Time Location OF ADULT CLASSES. For further information call 561 -5448. 124 Sun. Sept. 27 7:00 p.m. CC CPR -Sat., Oct. 7, 9 a.m. -5 p.m., MMFA -Sat., Nov. 14, 9 a.m. -5 p.m. 12 SWIM ACTIVITIES CONTINUED OPEN WATER SCUBA COURSE _ Special A ctivities This class is designed for adults interested in underwater diving and who are comfortable in water. Each person must provide his own mask, fins and snorkle in the second lesson. Other equipment SPECIAL MONTHLY POOL ATTRACTIONS will be provided. Class is 4 hours in length and will meet once a September - Saturday, Sept. 26, 1987, 7 -10 p.m. - Live from week for 5 weeks. Open waterdives are a requirement of this class the Community Center, an evening of music, a light at an additional fee of approximately $99.00 which includes a textbook. On completion of the course an internationally recog- show, food, swimming, games and prizes. nized certificate card will be awarded. Registration Fee $100.00/ It's Saturday Night Live! 5 Sessions. Instructor Russ Smith. October Saturday, Oct. 31, 1987, 6 -10 p.m. - Halloween # Day Begins Time Location Party /Saturday Night Live, an evening of ghosts and 125 Sun. Sept. 27 4:00 p.m. CC goblins, witches and ghouls. Ghoulish games, 126 Sun. Nov. 1 4:00 p.m. CC treasure hunt and prizes, special Halloween treats, SCUBA OPEN SWIM and eerie music will add to your Halloween fun! (preregistration required - See Childrens section for A special time to practice for those with scuba equipment only. further details!) Designed for those taking scuba instruction as well as any other November A fun filled morth! Saturday, Nov. 7, 1987, 6:30• interested person. Cost $1.00 per time. Thursdays 8:30 -10:00 p.m. North View Jr. High beginning Sept. 10.i 9:30 p.m- -Come to our DIVE IN MOVIE! Bring your air mattress or inner tube and be thrilled in our NORTH VIEW OPEN SWIM r ) pool - come anti watch the movie "JAWS" Begins Thursday, Sept. 10, 7:30 -8:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, 1987, 7.10 p.m. - It's Saturday Cost 754 per person. _ Night Live! Kesp up with the tradition of music, avid prizes! Tarries, swim NORTH VIEW POOL AND GYM RENTAL rnr�c� The North View Jr. High Pool and Gymnasium, located at 69th and Friday, Nov. 27, 1987, 1 -4 p.m. - A Thanksgiving Zane Avenue North are available for rental at various times during Special-Come for an afternoon of swimming, prizes, the week. Call the Community Center 561 -5448 for further in- free popcorn and fun! formation. Costs: Pool- $20.00 /per hour. Gym - $6.00 /per hour. Watch for further information distributed by the COMMUNITY CENTER POOL RENTAL Pa rk s an Recreation Department. The Comnunity Center Pool is available for rental by your school CENTERBROOK GOLF COURSE group, or party at various times during the week. Call the Looking for a new challenging golf course? The City of Brooklyn Community Center 561 -5448 for further information. Costs Center is opening a new 9 hole Par 3 golf course in the spring of $44.00 /per hour. 1988. Centerbrook is located across highway 100 from Brookdale COMMUNITY CENTER POOL WILL BE CLOSED on North Lilac Drive. The course will feature a new clubhouse snack bar, and pro shop. The clubhouse also can be rented for DECEMBER 17 THROUGH DECEMBER 25 small meetings or functions in non - peek hours. BROOKLYN SWIM CLUB Centerbrook highlights large tee and greens along with six All boys and girls 6 and through college age are invited to join the sandtraps and two ponds with fountains for added beauty. Golf Brooklyn Swim Club, the local Minnesota U.S. Swimming Club, for leagues are forming for people interested in Mens, Ladies, Senior competitive swimming, sponsored by the Brooklyn Center and Adults, Couples and Junior leagues. Watch for more information in Brooklyn Park Parks and Recreation Departments. The Swim Club the winter brochure. If you have any questions about our new golf offers a wide ranging program for individuals for all levels of ability course contact Kurt Johnson 561 -3239. in competitive swimming. For further information call 561 -5448. GIFT CERTIFICATES Ext. 171. A free 2 week trial period is offered to any interested swimmer who has never tried competitive swimming. Need a gift idea? Tired of giving perfume or cologne for birthday and holiday gifts, or cannot think of something original, get a Parks WOMEN'S CONDITIONING and Recreation gift certificate. We have many classes, swim See Adult Section for description. memberships, trips, special events and merchandise for all ages and interests in any monetary value.The certificates are available LIFE. BE IN IT. AND SWIM -ADULTS in the Parks and Recreation Department at the Brooklyn Center Can you swim 10 miles? You may want to take advantage of this Community Center, 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway, Brooklyn opportunity. All you need to do is obtain and fill it out on your own. Center, MN 55430. For more information call 561 -5448. Start swimming 1 /4 mile at a time. Earn a Red Cross certificate and patch. Mark your card after each time you swim. Begin today! Any THE SINGLES PLACE questions about "Life. Be In It." and Swim contact Gayle at 561- The Singles Place provides social and educational opportunities 5448. for single adults. These opportunities serve as a means of coping during periods of transition, affirming the state of singleness and FITNESS TESTING the ongoing lifestyle of single persons, building a positive self - Anyone interested in attaining good physical condition, look good image, and preparing for new relationships. Two special event and most importantly feel good, should determine their level of highlightswill be "Hooked on You... How To Let Go ", Sept. 22, and fitness. Your exercise program can be started by either a body "Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families ", Nov. composition test or an aerobic fitness test. Discover your 18. On going activities include ballroom dance on Tuesdays and percentage of body fat and your present aerobic fitness level. This Speakeasy small group discussion on Fridays. WE CARE support is sponsored by Quality Fitness and the Brooklyn Center Parks & groups will beheld on Thurs., beginning Sept. 10. For more Recreation Department. Registration Fee $6.00 Body Composi- information and a brochure, call 535 -1790, ext. 205. The Singles tion. $19.50 Aerobic Fitness Test. Appointment times will be taken Place, is offered by Community Education and Services, from 10:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m. Call 561 -5448 Ext. 171. Independent School District 281, is located at the Community Day Date Location Education Center, 4139 Regent Ave. N. Robbinsdale. Sat. Oct. 10 CC 13 SPECIAL ACTIVITIES CONTINUED ADAPTED RECREATION SKI CHAPERONES NEEDED The adapted recreation program is a cooperative effort of the The Brooklyn Center Parks and Recreation Department needs ski cities of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Golden Valley, chaperones for the Elementary and Junior High trips. Ski trips run Maple Grove, New Hope, Plymouth, Robbinsdale, and West Friday evenings and school holidays beginning January 8. Hennepin Community Center. Chaperones must attend an orientation meeting in December. West Hennepin Community Center is an agency serving mentally Call Sue at 561 -5448 for more information. handicapped and developmentally delayed individuals and their MINI - 500 TOURNAMENT families in the West and Northwest Hennepin area Services include information and referral, advocacy, counseling. Programs Minumum age 18 - No pre -sign up, just bring a partner. Cost $2.50 include social /recreational clubs and education programs. Call per person, includes coffee. Minnesota state law prohibits Tracy at 933 -9105 for information and registering procedures. gambling and all players agree to abide by the rules of the Bowling League - Join in on a league every Saturday morning. tournament. Tournaments are run by Senior Adult volunteers on For adults 16 years and older with mental handicaps, who want to Saturday, Sept. 26, Oct 10 and Nov. 28, 12:30-3:30 p.m. at the improve their techniques, show off their skills, meet new friends Brooklyn Center Community Center, 6301 Shingle Creek Park - way. Park and enter on the lower level, in case of inclement and just have fun. Starts Sept. 26 -Nov. 21, 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. at weather, call 561 -5448. Doyles, 5000 W. Broadway, Crystal. $14.00 league fee, also $1.80 for each Saturday bowled. SINGLES CIRCLE SQUARE DANCE Friday Night Fever - A social /recreational group for adults with Meets on Wednesdays from 7:30 -9:30 p.m. beginning September mental handicaps. The group meets every Friday for new games, 16 at Earle Brown School. First lesson isfree. Singles and couples movies, field trips, plays, speakers and community experiences at welcome. For more information, call 537-0003 or 533 -7902. Northport School in Brooklyn Center, Sept. 25-Dec. 4, 7:00 -9:00 p.m. Fee $16.00. SQUARE DANCE LESSONS AND DANCES Youth Connection - A program designed to promote recreation Lessons are offered by the Happy Face Square Dance Club from activities for TMR teens, 12 -17 years old. The program will 7 :30 -9:30 p.m. beginning Tuesday, Sept. 22 at Northport enhance socialization skills of teens through activities such as Elementary School. First lesson free to newcomers. Both singles organized games, drama, singing, creative art and outdoor and couples are welcome. Dances are held the third Sat. of each activities. Begins Thursday, Sept. 24 -Nov. 19, 6:30 -8:30 p.m. at month at NVJH from 8:00 -10:30 p.m. For more information call Fair School, 3915 Adair Ave., Crystal. Advanced registration fee, 561 -4195 or 544 -5433. $20.00. BROOKLYN COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S CHORUS Teen Action - This exciting social and recreation program is for See Children's Activities for description. EMR teenagers, 12 -17 years old. The group will focus on im- proving their leisure skills through field trips and community BROOKLYN COMMUNITY HARMONETTES experiences. Teen Action meets every other week at various The Harmonettes are women over high school age who enjoy locations. Teens must be able to work in a ratio of 1 staff to 8 music. Performances are given throughout the metro area with an participants. The club fee is $10.00 plus any cost for field trips and annual spring finale show. The show is developed each year with food. Call for your schedule of events. Teen Action will meet every new songs, costumes and choreographed dances accompanied other week at various locations ... Join Us! by a four piece band. There is nominal registration fee. The group Saturday Sunshine Kids - A social /recreational program de- is co- sponsored by Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park Parks and signed for children with mental handicaps. The club will be divided Recreation Departments For more information call 561 -5448. into groups, 4 -6 and 7-11 years old. Activities include: Arts /crafts, Rehearsals are Mondays, 8:00 p.m. at Brooklyn Junior High cooking, music and sports. Sunshine kids will meet at Thorsen School; new members are welcome. Director Jane Wilson. Community Center in Crystal, Saturdays, Sept. 26 -Nov. 21, 9:30- BROOKLYN COMMUNITY BAND am. - Noon. Fee $20.00. The band is cosponsored by the Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park Parks and Recreation Departments and is open to all post BROOKDALE LIBRARY 6125 Shingle Creek Parkway high school age men and women. Practice is Monday nights at Fall Library Hours: Oct. - April, Mon. - Thurs., 10 a.m. -9 p.m.; Fri.- North View Jr. high. New members are welcome. For more Sat., 10 a.m. -5 p.m., and Sun. Noon -5 p.m. information call the Parks and Recreation Department at 561- Reference /Information 566 -8300, Book Renewal /Library Cards 5448. Director Paul Schierenbeck. 566-2034, and TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) BROOKLYN CENTER WOMEN'S CLUB 566 -2233. The Brooklyn Center Women's Club meets at 1:00 p.m., the Apple II GS Microcomputer Use Workshops will be held Sept. 17, 7 second Tues. of every month beginning in Sept. through May in p.m., Sept. 19,1:30 p.m. and on Oct. 6, 1:30 p.m. that is especially the Constitution Hall of the Community Center. Membership is directed to senior adults The 1 1 /2 hr., one session workshops are open to any woman over the age of 21. Yearly dues are $5.00. The free for persons 12 and up. Advanced registration is required, call purpose of the club is to promote social, cultural, and civic 566 -1261. For information and reservations for computer use, call activities for area women. A variety of programs are presented 566 -3094. each month, followed by refreshments and a social time. Join us Otherfree programs include "Effective Reading for Fun and Profit on Tues., Sept. 8, the Fall Kickoff Luncheon will be served at Noon. for Adults" on Sept. 28, 6:30 p.m., designed to increase reading Members host the luncheon, non - members pay $4.00. Dave Dahl, speed and comprehension;'Starting a Small Business," Oct. 14, 7 KSTP weatherman will be the featured speaker. On Oct. 13, the p.m., "Finding Your Way Around the Library," Oct. 22, 7 p.m. and speaker is from CEAP followed by an auction with Mike Anderson. "Cross Country Ski Tips," Nov. 14, 1 p.m. Preregistration will be On Nov. 10, Lyle Bradley will speak and show the film Digging artifacts. Dec. 8 is the annual Christmas Party. The fall trip necessary fora program on Scandinavian straw ornaments, Dec. 5, 1 p.m. by calling 566-126 1. schedule begins Sept. 15 with a cruise and buffet lunch aboard the Hiawatha in Lake Pepin. Oct. 29, lunch and theatre at the Children's storyhours will begin on Sept. 29 and 30, and pre- Minneapolis Women's Club. Nov. 17, Antie Clare's Doll Hospital registration will be required. Further information is available at the and Museum with lunch at Blackies. Questions about the club library. should be referred to Dolores Patterson, 537-5650. 14 Holiday Activities THE VAMPIRE'S KITCHEN & CRAFTS - NEW MRS. CLAUS' KITCHEN - CHILDREN Join the Halloween fun as we create ghoulish goodies, like an Aone-daycooking /baking workshop where participants will make edible haunted house. Participants wilI also make some "Oh's000 some of their favorite holiday treats with Santa's Elves. And of scary decorations ". Bring an apron and a covered shoe box to course, Mrs. Claus will be there! Everyone will get a recipe booklet carry your treats home in. A monstrously good time will be had by and some homemade goodies to take home. Children should all. For grades 1 -6. Registration Fee $5.50/1 Session. Class 3 bring an apron, a small shoe box and a sandwich. We will be having hours. Instructor Nancy Candea. acookie and milk break For grades 1 -6. Registration Fee $6.00/1 # Day Date Time Location Session. Class 3 hours. 127 Sat. Oct. 24 9:00 a.m. CC # Day Date Time Location THE PRESCHOOL PUMPKIN PATCH - NEW 135 Sat. Dec. 5 10:00 a.m. CC Join us in the "Great Pumpkin" Patch and be transformed into a 136 Sat. Dec. 12 10:00 a.m. CC jack - lantern. Maybe we'll even be visited by the "Great Pump CHRISTMAS GIFTS - CHILDREN kin" himself! Games and face painting are some of the great Children will make a gift pretty enough to give proudly to family or activities planned. Minimum age of participants is 3 by Dec. 1, friends. These will be all new gifts from previous years. Time 1987. Registration Fee$3.75/1 Session. Class hours. Instructor Angie Schiebel. permitting participants will also get the opportunity to make # Day Date Time Location Christmas Cards. Bring a box to put your gift in. For grades 1 -6. 128 Wed. Oct. 28 9:00 a.m. CC Registration Fee $5.50/1 Session. Class 3 hours. Instructor Nancy Candea HALLOWEEN PARTY /SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE # Day Date Time Location See Children's Activities For Description. 137 Sat. Dec. 5 1:30 p.m. CC PIE, PIE & MORE PIE - CHILDREN 138 Sat. Dec. 12 1:30 p.m. CC Learn how to make a delicious pumpkin pie and homemade fruit CHRISTMAS IN WOOD - NEW pie in time for the holiday season. Each child will make their own Children in grades 3 -6 will experience the fun of making individual pie to take home. Bring an apron and a sandwich as we Christmas decorations out of wood. Using hand tools and a touch will be having a pie and milk break. For grades 2 -6. Registration of Christmas magic, we will create a stocking candy cane holder Fee $5.75/1 Session. Class 3 hours. Instructor Agnes Hennen. and a table Christmas tree. They're sure to brighten the holiday # Day Date Time Location season. (Bring a snack for break.) Registration Fee $15.00/2 129 Sat. Nov. 21 10:00 a.m. CC Sessions. Classes 3 hours. Instructor Nancy Candea # Day Begins Time Location .�- 139 Sat. Nov. 14 9:30 a.m. NVJH - SANTA & HIS FRIENDS - ADULTS Christmas will soon be here! Get into the holiday spirit by joining this class where you learn to make new ornaments. Bring paper ANNUAL HOLIDAY BAZAAR - NOV. 7 and fabric scissors, elmers glue, black and white thread, and Join us in our 16th year at the Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, needle. Participants will complete one ornament in class. Two November 7 from 9:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. at the Brooklyn Center additional ornaments will be demonstrated by the instructor. Fee Community Center. The bazaar's sponsored by the Brooklyn includes instruction and kit for class project. Registration Fee Center Parks and Recreation Department. See the many hand- $3.50/1 Session. Class 2 hours. Instructor JoAnne Holzknecht. crafted gifts and decorations! Hope you will stop by for a free cup # Day Date Time Location of coffee and a chance to begin your holiday shopping. The 140 Mon. Nov. 9 12:45 p.m. CC Brooklyn Community Harmonettes will be selling home baked 141 Thurs. Nov. 12 7:00 p.m. CC treats, stock your freezer for the holidays. No admission charge. 142 Thurs. Dec. 3 7:00 p.m. CC For your convenience, babysitting for 50¢ per hour, per child. Strollers must be checked at the door. Don't miss this big annual event - circle your calendar! LITTLE ELVES WORKSHOP A unique one session workshop for preschoolers 3 -6 years old. _ (minimum age 3 by Dec. 1, 1987) Our "little elves" will make a 4. holiday craft, decorate cookies, sing songs and play festive I games. Mrs. Claus and one of Santa Elves will also be arriving KIDS SHOPPING KORNER�i from the North Pole making this a very special day! Registration On Saturday, December 12 kids can do their very owe holiday Fee $6.00/1 Session. Class 2 hours. Instructors Mrs. Braun 8 Schiebel. shopping. Christmas gifts for their parents, brothers, sisters and # Day Date Time Location grandparents. The Senior Adults of the Brooklyn Twins Club will be 130 Mon. Dec. 7 9:30 a.m. CC thereto help children choose theirgifts. All gifts- $4.00 and under. 131 Mon. Dec. 7 5:30 p.m. CC Sorry, no Adults allowed to peak! Free gift wrapping too. The 132 Tues. Dec. 8 9:30 a.m. CC shopping korner is open from 9:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m. by appointment 133 Tues. Dec. 8 1:00 p.m. CC only. Call 561 -5448, for your child's shopping appointment KRIS KRINGLES KINDERGARTEN KRAFTS-NEW beginning Dec. 1, space is limited. This special holiday class is being offered just for kindergarten SEE SANTA - FAMILY boys and girls. We'll be as busy as Santa's Elves making gifts and Santa will be back again this year on December 5 just in time to having lot's of festive fun. RegistrationFee$3.75 /1 Session. Class help you get in the holiday spirit. Come and join in the fun with 2 hours. Instructor Angie Schiebel. santa and the elves! We will sing songs, play games, make a craft # Day Date Time Location and have lots of festive fun. Call after November 1 for registration 134 Wed. Dec. 16 5:30 p.m. CC information. 15 BROOKLYN 6301 SHINGLE CREEK PARKWAY C ENTER BROOKLYN CENTER, MINNESOTA 55430 TO: BROOKLYN CENTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION PARKS AND RECREATION i. All registration must be made at the Park and Recreation office in the Community Center beginning at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday. Sept. 12 (num- ADVISORY COMMISSION bers will be handed out at noon). Swim registration is separate- see box The Parks and Recreation Commission meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each below. month, 7:30 p.m., Council Chambers. This Commission advises the City ; .•. ; 1e9istration made by mail will not be accepted before Sept. 14. Council on the Parks and Recreation Program in Brooklyn Center. No phone registrations. Donald Krefting Bud Sorenson, Chairperson Dave Skeels 2. Ontheopening dayof registration, Saturday,Sept. 12, apersonmaysign Carl Manson Don Peterson LarryProbst Scott Burnes up for himself or his immediate family ONLY. After this date, you may register for as many as you wish. THE BROOKLYN CENTER 3. The Parks and Recreation office in the Community Center is open PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. -10:30 p.m.; Saturday, 9:00 a.m.- Dedicated to the Citizens of Brooklyn Center that they may share in the God 4. Where C Cl Sunday, asses are lira l i p.m: p.m.- reegisggs trratiats on will given right to beauty, to sunshine, to tranquility, and to the end that each may lme on the first has en serve basis. Persons are not considered registered until the fee has been herein find the laughter of childhood, the acceptance of youth, the fulfillment paid. The Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel of adult life, and the campanionship of old age, through a healthy, satisfying use of leisure time. classes or activities when an insufficient number of people sign up. 5. Instructor will not be permitted to accept registration at the activity Arnie Mavis - Director of Recreation location. Dick Ploumen - Superintendent of Public Works 6. Should you find it necessary to switch sessions, it may be done if an Kathy Flesher - Program Supervisor opening exists by paying a500 transferfee. All transfers must be done in Susan LaCrosse - Program Supervisor Gayle Gardner Janssen - Aquatic Supervisor person at the Community Center. Individualclasses may not be made up. Kurt Johnson - Golf Course Manager 7. The following refund policy will be in effect except where noted in the REGISTRATION CARDS ARE FOR MAIL USE ONLY. class description. Requests for refunds must be made at least 24 hours BEFORE the second class session. There will be a$3.00 service charge WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BEFORE, MONDAY, SEPT. 14. on any refund before the first class begins and a $4.00 service charge before the second class. NO REFUNDS AFTER THE SECOND CLASS 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 SESSION. 8. Persons who register for an activity where capacity enrollment has Name already been reached will go on an waiting list. Additional classes may (Last) (First) be formed if there are sufficient requests and if space and competent instruction is available. .,rs 9. Senior Citizens 62 years and older, who are residentsof BrooklynCenter Address may enjoy most activity classes at 1 /2 the registration fee. This does not (zip) apply to supplies or special Senior Classes which are at a special rate. 10. Check schedule for beginning date of each class 11. Sorry, no trip refunds, unless cancelled by the Parks 8 Recreation Department. (Phone) (Work Phone) 12. Class attendance is limited to participants. Spectators, including parents, are not allowed except with permission. This includes children. Activity For further information call 561 -5448. (Location) Swim registrations for Swimming Lessons which are to be conducted at the Community Center Pool and North View Jr. High will begin Sat.. Sept. Class # Time 12 starting at 9:00 am. at the COMMUNITY CENTER. Mail registrations will not be accepted for Swimming Lessons. (Numbers will be handed Class Day Amoun out at 8:00 a.m.)