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American Heart Association CPR/AED Course Instructor: Glen Washington


The Oak Brook Fire Department will teach this accredited American Heart Association CPR/AED course. This heart-saver basic life support course covers adults, infants, and children. Upon successful completion of the class, participants will be certified by the American Heart Association to perform on-person CPR and abdominal thrusts for choking patients. This certification meets health care provider requirements; however, health care providers will need to complete a test. Ages: 16+. Canterberry Room.


Code Day Date 6526 W 10/12


Ballroom Dance Instructor: Norman Landrum


Learn the basic steps of the swing, fox trot, waltz, rumba, cha cha and salsa. This class does not require a partner, singles are welcome. Please see instructor for more information on individual or wedding reception dance preparation. Ages: 16+. Studio A.


Code Day 6523 Tu 6524 Tu


Date 9/6-10/11 Time 7-8pm 10/25-11/29 7-8pm R/NR


$60/$75 $60/$75


Time 6:30-8:30pm R/NR $30/$39


Cultural Arts and General Interest youth & teen


Teen Ceramics Workshops Instructor: Janet Pallay


Try out the art of wheel ceramics in one of three sessions, each with only three days of classes. The first and second classes are for throwing on the pottery wheel, trimming and decorating pieces. The third class, held on a Saturday, is for glazing. All materials and firing are included. Participants should wear clothing for an art class. Ages: 12-16. Studio C.


Code Day Date 6527 W, Sa 9/7, 9/21, 9/28 Time


6528 W, Sa 10/5, 10/12, 10/26 6:30-8:30pm 6529 W, Sa 11/2, 11/9, 11/30


6:30-8:30pm 6:30-8:30pm


Winter Break Ceramics for Teens Instructor: Janet Pallay


Looking for a new adventure after the holidays? We’ll focus on wheel throwing skills, trimming, incising and embellishing clay pieces as well as glazing. The weekday classes are for creating and the Saturday class is for glazing. All materials and firing are included. Participants should wear clothes for an art class. Finished projects will be ready for pick up on Jan. 25 between 3:30 and 4pm. Ages: 12-16 Studio C.


Code Day 6530 M-F, Sa Travel Club Information Night -Tuesday, November 8


Information for the upcoming Travel Club Trip will be presented from 6-7pm, along with a tasty dessert. Canterberry Room.


Wheel Ceramics for Adults Instructor: Janet Pallay


Learn to throw on a wheel or refine your skill level. Class will focus on the wheel but you can make hand built projects also if you choose. All materials are included along with glazing and firing. Ages: 16+. Studio C.


Code Day Date 6186 W 9/7-10/12 Time 12:30-2:30pm 6187 W 10/19-11/30 12:30-2:30pm R/NR


$162/$202 $162/$202


Date 1/2-1/6, 1/21 Winter Pee Wee Camp


Winter Pee Wee Camp provides a well-rounded recreational experi- ence for your 3-5 year old during Winter Break! Your child will partici- pate in social play, arts and crafts, storytelling, music, and indoor gym activities. Ages: 3-5. Purple Room.


Code Day 6516 Th 6517 Tu


Date


12/22 12/27


6518 W 12/28 6519 Th 6520 Tu


12/29 1/3


6521 W 1/4 6522 Th


1/5 Winter Playground Camp


This winter break camp is perfect for kids that want to have fun with friends while school is out. Your camper will enjoy swimming at our award-winning indoor aquatic center from 1-2:30pm each day of camp. Other exciting activities include arts and crafts, games, and indoor athletics. Drop off is 9am and pick-up is 3pm. A sack lunch is required. Ages 5-9. Studio C.


Code Day 6509 Th 6510 Tu


Date


12/22 12/27


6511 W 12/28 6512 Th 6513 Tu


12/29 1/3


6514 W 1/4 6515 Th


1/5 Time


9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm 9am-3pm


R/NR


$48/$62 $48/$62 $48/$62 $48/$62 $48/$62 $48/$62 $48/$62


Time


9-11:30am 9-11:30am 9-11:30am 9-11:30am 9-11:30am 9-11:30am 9-11:30am


R/NR


$20/$26 $20/$26 $20/$26 $20/$26 $20/$26 $20/$26 $20/$26


Time 1pm-3pm R/NR $162/$202 R/NR


$81/$101 $81/$101 $81/$101


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