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    37046 - Basketball 2

    This class will focus on the fundamentals of basketball (dribbling, passing, shooting). Each class will end with a scrimmage. Whether your child is a first time player or has played for years, this class is for them!

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    37047 - Basketball 3

    This class will focus on the fundamentals (dribbling, passing, shooting) along with defense and offense. Whether your child is just beginning or has been playing for years, this class will help them understand the game better. Each class will end with a scrimmage.

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    37049 - Basketball Clinic

    Join us as our passionate basketball coaches work with your child with age appropriate skills and drills sessions. Each session is geared to help your child get better ballhandling (dribbling, passing, shooting) and work on improving strength and agility. This is for all skill levels and even beginners are encouraged to join us no matter what age! If you love the sport you will love this opportunity to improve your basketball skills!! Register before July 1 and your child will receive a free WTRC shirt.
    SPECIAL NOTES: (Boys and Girls will be separated in the 9-14 age groups)

    9:00-10:00A Ages 5-6
    9:00-11:00A Ages 7-8
    11:15-1:15P Ages 9-11
    11:15-1:15p Ages 12-14

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    37060 - Intro to Archery

    An introduction to the art, practice, and skill of shooting with a bow and arrow. Historically known for hunting and combat, in more modern times it has become a competitive sport and recreational activity. This class will teach the safe and correct usage of equipment and develop beginning archery techniques. The instructor is a Class 4 Archery Coach and is one of the top 150 coaches in the nation! Bows, arrows, targets and guards will be provided. A $20 equipment fee for upkeep and repairs is included in the registration price.
    *Special Note: The first session only has 4 classes

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    37061 - Friends & Family Archery

    Friends, family, siblings, and anyone over the age of 10 will learn safe use of equipment and develop beginning archery techniques from one of the top 150 Archery Coaches in the nation! Basic equipment care and selection will be covered along with range procedures. Bows, arrows, targets and guards will be provided. Participants are welcome to use their own equipment pending approval of instructor. This class is recommended for those have had little to no experience with archery and are looking to have a good time learning together. A $20 equipment fee for upkeep and repairs is included in the registration price.
    *Special Note: The first session only has 4 classes

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    37067 - Flying Arrows Archery Team

    Join a team of other area archers and get competition ready!! Even if you are not competing but are experienced and want to be challenged and taught by one of the best, then come join the team. Participants in Flying Arrows must have archery experience and currently be, or willing to be, US Archery Members (find out more and sign up at USArchery.org). Our certified Class 4 instructor is one of the top 150 Archery Coaches in the nation and will work with students to refine skills and knowledge of the sport to get them ready for upcoming competitions or leagues. Team members are encouraged to use their own equipment pending approval of the instructor.

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    38034 - Intro to Acting

    38034 - Intro to Acting

    Make new friends, become comfortable speaking in front of a group, and feel successful about putting on your own mini play. Each class will begin with reading a story. Students then use the story and their imaginations to create a mini play! Families and friends are invited to be our audience the last five minutes of each class.

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    38035 - Acting - Level 1

    38035 - Acting - Level 1

    This course is a prerequisite for being cast in a Showcase Series production at Town Hall Theatre. The curriculum concentrates on monologues and short scenes. Each student will understand theatre terminology and the process of going through technical rehearsal to a performance. Completion of this course is dependent on accruing no more than two absences and receiving a passing grade on the theatre terms quiz.

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    38036 - Acting- Level 2

    38036 - Acting- Level 2

    This course is a prerequisite for being cast in any Mainstage production at Town Hall Theatre. Students will learn how to create characters that can "live" through an entire show, as well as learn how to tackle callbacks. Students will also polish their musical auditioning skills by developing a song monologue combination! Actors will understand how to research a role and why it is important. Students must have already completed Acting Level 1 to enroll in this course. Completion of this course is dependent on accruing no more than two absences.

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    38037 - Acting - Level 3

    Do you want to take your acting to the next level? In this class, we will explore techniques and methods that will help you bring your character to life. Learn about styles of acting, character arc, tactic and many other topics that will improve your skills in theatre.

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    38050 - Whodunnit: Unsolved Mysteries

    This summer you can be Sherlock Holmes! Or Watson! Or even the Butler! This weekly crime class helps students learn to build characters while also having the fun of solving weekly mysteries! Students will have the opportunity to play different roles every week and try their best to solve the crime before the timer runs out! Everyone loves escape rooms, but can your student solve the crime?

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    38055 - Ace Your Auditions

    In this class, students will work on expanding their repertoire of monologues and songs that they can use during auditions. Students will also work on skills that will help them during auditions such as cold readings and sight reading music. Students will participate in mock auditions, which will help students become more comfortable auditioning.

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    38095 - Intro to Theatre Dance

    This class is designed to introduce performers to musical theatre movement on stage, also known as choreography. Basic dance styles such as Jazz and Broadway will be covered as well as beginning moves for each genre. This class is an opportunity for actors to become more proficient in learning choreography and shine at their next callback or talent show. There will be a performance on the last day in our rec west auditorium for family members and friends!

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    39002 - Art Classes

    Learn the art of watercolor painting from nationally recognized artist Nita Leland. Your creativity will be unleashed and your techniques strengthened during the course. This class is not for beginners. Students will pay a lab fee of $5 to the instructor on the first day of class.

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    39021 - Cooking Demonstration

    Local chefs and dietary personnel share tips and techniques for creating fast, easy and healthy recipes. Small bite samples are served.

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    39024 - Crafts

    Local crafters share their skills in a variety of make and take classes, from one-of-a-kind greeting cards to seasonal decorations.

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    39043 - Educational Presentations

    Experts from various fields share their knowledge about the world, its institutions and its people.

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    39051 - Fitness Orientation

    39051 - Fitness Orientation

    Learn safe and effective ways to use the fitness equipment in the Enrichment Center from a WTRC fitness professional.

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    41035 - Lifeguard Recertification

    The primary purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies, and to provide professional-level care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. Participants who successfully pass the two final written exams, with a minimum grade of 80%, and the in-water final skills scenarios will receive an American Red Cross certificate for Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED (valid for 2 years). On the first day of class, participants will be required to pass the following prerequisites before being accepted into the class. Those that do not pass the pre-test will be issued a refund, minus the non-refundable $15 pre-test fee. Be sure to bring proper swim attire to every class.

    1. Must bring a current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification to the first day of class.
    2. Swim 300 yards, continuously demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing. Candidates may swim using the front crawl, breaststroke or a combination of both, but swimming on the back or side is not allowed. Swim goggles may be used.
    3. Tread water for 2 minutes, using only the legs. Candidates should place their hands under the armpits.
    4. Complete a timed event within 1 minute, 40 seconds:
    o Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. Swim goggles are not allowed.
    o Surface dive, feet-first or headfirst, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object.
    o Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object and keeping the face at or near the surface so they are able to get a breath.
    o Exit the water without using a ladder or steps.

    April 3 4:00pm-8:45pm
    April 5 1:00pm-7:00pm
    Cost for Class:
    CPHR/CPHNR $105.00 Resident $110.00 Non-Resident $120.00
    Cost includes the non-refundable $15 pre-test fee. The remaining registration cost will be refunded, minus the $15, if the participant doesn't pass the pre-test.

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    41040 - Lifeguard Training

    The primary purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies, and to provide professional-level care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. Participants who successfully pass the two final written exams, with a minimum grade of 80%, and the in-water final skills scenarios will receive an American Red Cross certificate for Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED (valid for 2 years). On the first day of class, participants will be required to pass the following prerequisites before being accepted into the class. Those that do not pass the pre-test will be issued a refund, minus the non-refundable $15 pre-test fee. Be sure to bring proper swim attire to every class.

    1. Be at least 15 years old on or before the final scheduled session of the course.
    2. Swim 300 yards, continuously demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing. Candidates may swim using the front crawl, breaststroke or a combination of both, but swimming on the back or side is not allowed. Swim goggles may be used.
    3. Tread water for 2 minutes, using only the legs. Candidates should place their hands under the armpits.
    4. Complete a timed event within 1 minute, 40 seconds:
    o Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. Swim goggles are not allowed.
    o Surface dive, feet-first or headfirst, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object.
    o Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object and keeping the face at or near the surface so they are able to get a breath.
    o Exit the water without using a ladder or steps.

    The instructor-led blended learning course length is 25 hours; no absences or class make-ups will be permitted.

    Spring/Summer

    Lifeguard Class

    Thursday, April 2 4:00pm-8:45pm
    Friday, April 3 4:00pm-8:45pm
    Saturday, April 4 8:00am-5:00pm
    Sunday, April 5 1:00pm-7:00pm

    Cost for Class:
    CPHR/CPHNR $215.00 Resident $220.00 Non-Resident $240.00
    Cost includes the non-refundable $15 pre-test fee. The remaining registration cost will be refunded, minus the $15, if the participant doesn't pass the pre-test.

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    47066 - Flying Arrows

    Join a team of other area archers and get competition ready!! Even if you are not competing but are experienced and want to be challenged and taught by one of the best, then come join the team. Participants in Flying Arrows must have archery experience and currently be, or willing to be, US Archery Members (find out more and sign up at USArchery.org). Our certified Class 4 instructor is one of the top 150 Archery Coaches in the nation and will work with students to refine skills and knowledge of the sport to get them ready for upcoming competitions or leagues. Team members are encouraged to use their own equipment pending approval of the instructor.

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    49030 - Educational Presentations

    Experts from various fields share their knowledge about the world, its institutions and its people.

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    53001 - Woodland Play

    53001 - Woodland Play

    Woodland Play campers can look forward to games, music, arts and crafts, swimming, outdoor play and so much more! Every Thursday campers will go on a field trip, and each week will spend time at Rec West, enjoying the game room, movie theatre and other activities.
    For our older campers ages 11-14, Backwoods and Beyond offers three days of travel on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Field trips include visiting different destinations across the Miami Valley and Southwest Ohio. Tuesdays and Thursdays are spent playing games, participating in activities and experiencing many of the other options that the Rec Center and Rec West facilities offer. On any day of the week, you can catch the Backwoods and Beyond campers taking a swim at the pool or climbing the rock wall.

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    53002 - Backwoods

    The Backwoods camp, for ages 7-9yrs, always has a full itinerary! Campers spend their day playing games, creating arts and crafts, swimming, canoeing and experiencing our indoor climbing wall,
    with the help of our certified staff. Backwoods explorers travel on Tuesdays to wonderful
    destinations that offer enriching experiences. Scheduled time is also spent at Rec West
    participating in indoor activities and taking in a movie at our vintage theatre room. Do
    not miss the fun! Backwoods camp will be divided among the total enrolled to form two equal number camps. If you wish your child to be with a specific child please notify WTRC as soon as possible. We cannot guarantee which group your child will be in but we will do our best to accommodate everyone.

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    53003 - Backwoods & Beyond

    For our older campers ages 11-14, Backwoods and Beyond offers three days of travel on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Field trips include visiting different destinations across the Miami Valley and Southwest Ohio. Tuesdays and Thursdays are spent playing games, participating in activities and experiencing many of the other options that the Rec Center and Rec West facilities offer. On any day of the week, you can catch the Backwoods and Beyond campers taking a swim at the pool or climbing the rock wall.

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    53004 - Caravan

    Caravan campers, ages 9-11, travel three days a week Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday to a new destination each trip. Campers visit local and state parks, educational sites, amusement centers, and still find a little time to have fun at the Rec Center. While on campus, campers can be found swimming, climbing the rock wall, canoeing and using the various gym spaces for sports and recreation.

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    53005 - Art

    Get your brushes ready and expand your creative palate in a wide variety of creative art projects
    this summer. Campers will use a variety of mediums to explore new ways to express their own
    artistic personality from fashion to sculpture to pen and paper! Daily activities are held at Rec Center and also include traditional camp favorites such as swimming and organized outdoor play.
    Dirt Alert! Art campers should wear old clothing as projects and activities can get messy.

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    53007 - Theatre

    Please note that weeks 3, 5, 7 and 10 are for ages 6-9. All other weeks are for ages 9-14.

    Summer camp with Washington Township is the best of high quality arts programming and traditional summer camp. Students develop life skills such as public speaking, collaboration and communication through skills such as improv, movement and acting workshops. Each session ends in a final showcase performance that celebrates the students achievements. Campers will also swim at the Rec Center, play traditional summer camp games and build skills and friendships that last a lifetime. Theatre camps do not travel on field trips. Camp will be at Rec West Monday - Thursday and Town Hall Theatre on Fridays. Transportation to and from extended care at Rec West is available.

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    53009 - Woodland Play Half

    53009 - Woodland Play Half

    This full week camp for ages 5-6 offers activities including summer sports, cooking, art,
    nature fun, music and science all while following the weekly theme.
    A 30-minute swim time in our recreational pool with water toys will be included from 11:30 - Noon . Children should wear their swimsuits under their clothes and bring a backpack with a towel. Must bepotty trained.

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    53010 -  Adventure

    53010 -  Adventure

    This full week camp for ages 5-6 offers activities including summer sports, cooking, art,
    nature fun, music and science—all while following the weekly theme. Each
    week, campers will swim Monday- Friday. A 30-minute swim time
    in our recreational pool with water toys will be included from 11:30 – Noon on those two days. Children should wear their swimsuits under their clothes and bring a backpack with a towel. Must be potty trained.
    time in our recreational pool with water toys will be included from 11:30 –
    Noon. Children should wear their swimsuits under their clothes and bring a backpack with a towel. Must be potty trained.

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    53098 - Camp-Ext Care AM

    53098 - Camp-Ext Care AM

    Busy schedule? Our extended care options can help! For an additional fee, drop off your child at Rec West as early as 7:30am and/or pick-up your camper as late as 6:15pm, Monday-Friday! Participants can choose from structured games and activities or just chill-out in our movie theatre.

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    53099 - Campp-Ext Care PM

    Busy schedule? Our extended care options can help! For an additional fee, drop
    off your child at Rec West as early as 7:30am and/or pick-up your camper as late
    as 6:15pm, Monday-Friday! Participants can choose from structured games and
    activities or just chill-out in our movie theatre.

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    53200 - Camp-Spring Break

    You don’t have to travel out of town to have fun this spring break! Kids in grades K-5 can spend their break with the camp staff at the Washington Township Recreation Center enjoying activities from 9:00am- 4:00pm. Rec West will be the home base for the camp but the campers will use all areas of both facilities and park, as weather permits. Local field trips will be offered to make this week seem like a vacation in your own back yard! Camp registration is for the entire week. AM/PM Extended Care is offered from 7:30-9:00am and 4:00-6:15pm at an additional fee.


    Campers will need to complete the Participant Profile Form if they have not participated in the 2018 Camp/Rec'ing Crew or School Day Off programs this year. An email invite from CampDocs will be sent to all participants to create the Participant Profile. The Participant Profile must be completed prior to the camp week start date. All trips and supply fees are included. Trip schedule is tentative due to site and/or weather problems.


    Campers will need to bring a sack lunch and a swim suit/towel daily.

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    53201 - Camp-Spring Break EXT AM

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    53202 - Camp-Spring Break EXT PM

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    53300 - Winter Camp

    Let it snow, snow, snow! Spark curiosity and creativity in your child during the coldest months of the year! The Recreation Center is the place to be this holiday season when school is out for the winter break. The four day camp format allows your child to participate in a wide variety of activities to include field trips, gym games, movies on the big screen, swimming and more! Spend your Winter Break at the Recreation Center where fun and silliness collide! It’s the smart place to have fun.
    The camp willl run from December 30th through January 3rd. We will not have camp on January 1st.
    The trips for the camp are as follows:
    12/30- Skateworld
    12/31- EnterTrainment
    1/02- Get Air ( please complete on waiver at Get Air-Miamisburg
    1/03-Polking Bowling

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    56999 - School Days Off

    We start our day of adventure by gathering in the game room at Rec West! From there activities abound to include field trips, crafts, mind games, sports challenges, swimming, climbing wall and/or park play weather permitting. Please bring lunch, swimsuit, and towel each day. You may sign your child up for one or all of the School Days Off.

    It is our intention to adhere to the schedule, but changes may be necessary due to unforseen circumstances. No refunds will be given for location changes made to the travel schedule, including canceling of field trips due to weather or site difficulties.

    In the interest of safety an Emergency Medical Form is required for all participants enrolled in any of the School Day Off scheduled days and is available at www.washingtontwp.org/youthcare. Those participants who have been enrolled in the 2017 Summer Camp program or are currently participating in the 2017/18 Rec'ing Crew do not have to complete the Emergency Medical Form.

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    58080 - Superheroes, Unite!

    This Showcase Series is our introductory performance program for young actors and features non-musical adaptations of familiar tales with a less intense rehearsal and performance commitment than our Mainstage Series. Each show rehearses just 4 hours weekly, culminating in a one weekend run as part of our stage series for the public! Rehearsals begin Tuesday November 19. Performances are February 14-16.

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    58081 - Stuart Little

    Rehearsals will be held M-TH 6-9pm and Saturdays 9-12pm January 28, 2020 - February 29, 2020. Tech week begins Sunday, March 1 from 2-9pm and M-TH 6-9:30pm. Performs March 6-22, 2020. By audition only.

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    58082 - Mary Poppins

    Rehearsals will be held M-TH 6-9pm and Saturdays 9-12pm March 17, 2020 - April 25, 2020. Tech week begins Sunday, April 26 from 2-9pm and M-TH 6-9:30pm. Performs May 1-17, 2020. By audition only.

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