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YOUTH VARIETY


iCook Ages 5–10


iCook is a fun, hands-on after-school cooking program. Our mission is simple: to help teach children to love everything about food - cooking, eating delectable and healthy dishes, and learning about the different cultures and stories behind the food. Our chefs-in-training will learn how to make delicious and nutritious recipes using fresh and colorful ingredients and will create two recipes every class! Travel across the globe to learn about the cuisine and traditions of different countries and master how to cook safely while slicing, dicing, chopping, baking, zesting, mixing, and more! (RS)


Virtual class option! Check bataviaparks.org for times and pricing.


Instructor: Afterschool Enrichment Solutions


Magic Class Ages 5–12


Children are guaranteed to have fun as they learn a collection of fascinating and mesmerizing tricks! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mindreading and more. While the tricks may appear difficult, kids will discover they are quick to learn and easy to perform. Note: All materials are provided and each child receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn tricks that are age-appropriate. New tricks are taught each session, so you can sign up again. (RS)


Location: 1A – ESCC Studio 7 1B - PCC


Instructor: Gary Kantor’s Magic Team CODE DAYS


482003-1A M 10/26 482003-1B Th 12/17


Check out virtual magic classes that can be completed in the comfort of your own home!


Each option is $13.


GOOD TIME GUARANTEE


At the Batavia Park District, we are committed to


programs. Our residents are important to us and we feel they deserve quality at all times.


We are so confident that our recreation programs provide high quality and enjoyment that we are backing it with a policy called the “Good Time Guarantee.”


Our promise & policy is as follows:


The Batavia Park District will give you a full refund if requested by the beginning of the third class if you are unsatisfied with the quality of instruction, your child’s inability to adapt emotionally in the class, or the skill level is not appropriate for the participant.


providing the public with high quality recreation DATES TIME 5:00-5:55P


Online Magic, code: 582003-1A Online Balloon Animals, code: 582003-1B Online Magic II, code: 582003-1C


–––––––– Guidelines ––––––––


• Participant must attend the first two classes of the program.


• Policy applies to recreation programs only. A recreation class is defined as a program where Park District personnel teach activities or skills over a period of six or more classes. This policy does not apply to pool passes, special events, trips, New Horizons Preschool, Day/ Sports Camps, Kids’ and Kinder Club, Kids’ Watch, and Youth/Adult Leagues.


• The “Good Time Guarantee” Refund Form must be filled out appropriately and received prior to the third class meeting. Forms are available at the Recreation offices. The park district will not fax, mail or e-mail copies. Upon receiving your completed form before the third class, we will process a full refund of your paid fees.


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FEE $20


6:45-7:40P $20


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