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AUTUMN OPEN GYMS Autumn Open Gyms


Parents supervise as children work on gymnastics equipment, including the preschool balance beam and uneven bars. Balls and smaller equipment are available for toddlers. Monthly schedules are available at the Recreation Center, 4500 Belmont Road, Lincoln Center, 935 Maple Avenue and online at www.dgparks.org. Residents may purchase a play pass at the rate of 10 visits/$25 or 20 visits/$45. Age:


Parent/Child Open Gymnastics


$R/NR:


10 mos - 7 years & parent $3/$5 & parents free


SBadminton Open Gym Schedules


Open gym schedules are updated the week before the beginning of each month and are available at the Recreation Center, 4500 Belmont Road, at Lincoln Center, 935 Maple Avenue and online at www.dgparks.org.


You must provide verification of residency within Downers Grove Park District boundaries to receive resident rates when you purchase passes or pay the daily fee. Without proof of residency, the nonresident rate will be charged.


Residency Requirements ixteen courts are set up for singles and


doubles play. Residents may purchase a play pass at the rate of 10 visits/$35 or 20 visits/$55. Nonresidents may purchase a play pass at the rate of 20 visits/$80. PLAY PASS CARDS CANNOT BE SHARED. Racquets and birdies are available. Ages:


$R/NR: $4/$7 14 & up Age:


Basketball & Volleyball Youth Basketball & Volleyball


17 & under Age:Adult Basketball & Volleyball 18 & up


Residents may purchase a daily fee or Multiple use pass • Daily fee $3/$5 • 10 visits/$25 • 20 visits/$45


Wrist Bands


Each participant in any open gym program is given a wristband that must be worn during the entire open gym time. Wristbands show proof of payment and help park district staff control the number of participants in the gym. Anyone not wearing a wristband will be asked to leave the gym and will be allowed to re-enter only after payment is made.


Fees are collected at the Recreation Center registration counter. There are three ways to pay during open gym times: • Your Fitness Center annual membership includes free admission to all open gyms except batting cages and parent/tot gymnastics.


Admission Policies


• Admission to open gyms is also available by paying the daily fee.


• Downers Grove Park District residents can purchase a multiple use pass for badminton, basketball, volleyball and parent/tot gymnastics open gyms.


• Multiple use pass expires one year from date of purchase.


Each paid admission allows entry into the gymnasium for one specific open gym program and use of the locker rooms adjacent to the gym. Open gym is a first- come first-served program. Other areas of the Recreation Center may be used at an additional fee.


Childcare


Childcare is offered during many open gym programs. See page 60 for childcare information.


Batting Cages Keep your swing sharp in the off season ─ rent a batting cage at the Recreation Center. Cages can be reserved for 30-minute time blocks for up to an hour. Pitching machine and balls are provided. Batters must supply a helmet and bat. Reservations must be made at the Recreation Center Registration Desk. Reservations can be made up to a month in advance, but must be made 24 hours in advance. Age:


All $R/NR: $15/$20 per half hour


Baseball/Softball Sundays: 9:00 - 10:30 am Thursdays: 4:00 - 6:00 pm


6 l Autumn 2011 l www.dgparks.org l 630.963.1300 Get your game on!


Practice your moves, meet your friends, stay active and spend time with your family at the Recreation Center. Drop in for basketball, volleyball and badminton or take advantage of parent-tot times. No reservations are necessary or accepted for open gym programs. Courts are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


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