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Community events.

Paws and Pose event-Sunday, Dec. 11, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., at Paws & Reflect Pet Grooming: Come get a photo of your pet and help support HAWS (Humane Animal Welfare Society). Photos will be $10 per pet and half of all photo proceeds will go to HAWS. We will have a holiday backdrop and props and presents for the photo shoot. Feet and Reflect Pet Grooming will be on site to help your dog look its best with a-la-carte services.: Nail trim or grind $15, Ear care $10, Brushing Services: starting at $10-$30. Face trim: starting at $15- $30. Bring a donation item for HAWS of wet dog/cat food or dog/cat toys plus receive a free bow tie for your photo shoot provided by Paws and Reflect. (Time slots are 15-minute increments). Register at gtownrec. com (#276223) (sections 29-56) $10 per pet.
Snowflake Hunt: Locate the 17 snowflake hunt signs in a Germantown Park and keep track of the letters located on the snowflakes. Once you have all thirty letters, descramble them to make a phrase. Email us at [email protected] with the answer. One winner will be randomly selected from all the correct answers. The Snowflake Hunt starts Jan. 9 and ends Jan. 31, 2023. All submissions must be made by Feb. 1 . 2023. Entries due by Feb. 1, 2023. FREE- Pre-registration required. Register at gtownrec. com (#286104).
Dog Therapy: Could your pet be a therapy dog? Find out if your dog, cat, bunny or pocket family pet has potential for therapy work quickly and easily. Laura Hey, founder of Health Heelers therapy dog service is providing screenings to assess pets’ potential to become a therapy pet. Please complete their online application at healthheelers. com/application and be sure to put “Germantown Screening” in the last line. Health Heelers will reply with instructions on how to register and reserve your screening time! Individual screenings take about 40 minutes. For more information: HealthHeelers. possuindo, [email protected] or (262) 442-9633. Dogs should know basic commands and all pets should adore strangers. Option 2: Tuesday, Dec. 13. 4 to 7 p. m. Located at Firemen’s Indoor Pavilion Register in with activity #274710.
Employment opportunities.

Gymnastics instructor: Our gymnastics program is for youth ages 3 and up. It offers a variety of experiences for children of all levels. If you enjoy gymnastics and working with children-click below to learn more.
Kids Klub supervisors/leaders: Looking for dynamic individuals to provide supervision and instruction of the children at a before & after school childcare program. Assist with the planning and implementation of schedules, arts-n-crafts, children’s games, active games and the overall promotion of the program. Instruct and lead the participants in the following activities – arts-n-crafts, storytelling, cooperative games, etc . More information regarding employment opportunities with the Park & Recreation Department can be found here: Questions? Contact Patti at [email protected] or (262) 250-4714.
Open gym, sports.

Co-Rec & Women’s Volleyball Leagues: The Germantown Park & Recreation Department has openings in their Monday night Co-Rec Volleyball League and Thursday Women’s League. Game times are 6: 45, 7: 45 and 8: 45 g. m. and league play is at Kennedy Middle School starting. Call (262) 250-4710 for more information.
Men’s Over 30 Open Basketball: Men (ages 30+) Residents & School District Residents Only. Offered Tuesdays, now through May 30, 2023, 7: 30 to 9: 30 p. m. (Nov. – Mar. ) and seven to 9 p. meters. (Sept. – Oct., Mar. – May), at the Kennedy Middle School Gym. Use lobby door entrance off of Crusader Ct. Walk-in Fee (per visit): $5/night resident & school district residents.
Open Pickleball: Youth and Adults ages 18 and up at Kennedy Middle School W160 N11836 Crusader Ct. (Use lobby door entrance off Crusader Ct. )
Pickleball is a combination of badminton, tennis plus table tennis, and is enjoyed by all ages! Using a badminton-sized court, tennis-height net, table tennis-type paddle, and a baseball-sized waffle ball, this game has few rules and is far less strenuous than tennis. It is easy to learn and provides plenty of exercise and hand-eye coordination; a game of strategy for both men and women. Want to learn more? Go to USAPA. org, and click on “What is Pickleball? ” to watch an informational video.
Open Gym: Now-Dec. 21 (Closed Nov. 23) 7: thirty – 9: 30 l. m. Walk-in Fee (per visit): $5/Night resident, school district & non-resident. Punch Cards: $40 for 10 visits (available for purchase at the Germantown Village Hall).
Hoopsters: Youth in grade K5 on Saturdays Jan. 7-Feb. 11 from 8: 30 to 9: 15 a. m OR 9: 15 to 10 the. m. at the Rockfield College Gym. Learn and practice the fundamentals of basketball. Emphasis will be on passing, dribbling, shooting and basic drills. Class includes warm ups, sport specific skill activities and simplified versions of games (does not involve keeping score or enforcing penalties). TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. FEES: $32 resident & school district resident OR $36 non-resident (Fee is for parent and child) Register with activity #311220 from
1st and 2nd Grade Buckets-Saturdays, January. 7-Feb. 25 at MacArthur & Rockfield School Gyms Leagues will be 1st quality, 2nd grade & 1st/2nd grade girls. This is an opportunity for your young basketball enthusiast to learn the basics. First three weeks consist of practice, remaining weeks include warm-ups plus review skills/fundamentals followed by a scrimmage with another 1st or 2nd grade team with a goal of fun. Coaches will call players’ parents to let them know what time to come for the first day of the program. If you do not receive a call from a coach simply by Jan. 5 call the Rec. Dept. for group information. No refunds will be issued after Dec. 4. FEES: $47 resident & school district resident OR EVEN $60 non-resident. Register with activity #311205 at
For kids, teens and families.

Lego Birthday parties (youth age groups 3-12): If your special Birthday person is a LEGO fan, this is the ultimate Birthday party. Instructional, free build and/ or both will be customized to the interests and building ability from the Birthday person. Catapults, Motorized Cars, LEGO Marble Noodle Run, over 1, 000, 000+ LEGO Pieces to create your own special LEGO model and many more options are available. The particular fee is $15 per person with a minimum of ten students. This will include use of the facility for two hours. One hour of building time and the other hour can be used for games, present opening, cake plus snacks, etc . The facility has a kitchen with refrigeration available. Food and beverages are not included but you are allowed to bring with you. Parties are available weekdays or weekends and are limited to availability of the service and staff. Contact the particular Germantown Recreational Department for availability (262) 250-4710 Parties are held at the Survive Alive House N115 W18700 Edison Drive (Next to the Germantown Fire Station #2). Ages 3-6 max 12 kids, Ages 7-12 max 18 kids. Instructors: Computer Explorer Staff.
Gtown Kids Choir (grades four and 5) at MacArthur Elementary School: The choir is a place for students to explore their voice inside a safe and positive learning environment. This program will show students the power of their singing voice and will give students opportunities to further explore singing skills like singing on pitch and blending their voices together. This is also an opportunity for kids to work together to create a performance designed to showcase all of their hard work. Practices: Monday and Thursdays. Dates are Jan. 9 to May 25 8: 20 to 8: 50 a. m. (off Jan. 16, 23, Scar. 9, 27, 30, Apr. 24). Performance: Thursday, May 25 at 6: 30 p. m. in Cafetorium. Fee is $43/Res, School Dist. Res. & Non. Res. Register at gtownrec. com (#314204).
Miss Julie’s Music Fun with regard to Families (for children age range 1-5 with parents or even caregivers; siblings under 1 and over 5 may attend for free): Instructor Julie Thompson. Offered Saturday, Dec. 19, 10: fifteen to 11 a. meters., at Fire Station #1 W162 N11862 Park Ave. in Firemen’s Park. FEES: $12 resident OR $15 school district & non-resident (per date option) Sign up with activity #284211 with
Miss Julie’s Babies Music Fun: Classes held on Saturdays, January. 22, Feb. 26, April 23, May 21 on Old Fire Station #1 in Firemen’s Park: For parents or caregivers plus infants and babies, non-walkers; free for pregnant mothers. Your baby’s brain development is supported and enhanced with music and movement. Come to a nurturing class for you and your baby, learn a new lullaby, sing and move with your infant, teach rhythm by bouncing gently, play peek-a-boo with scarves, connect with other parents. FEES: $7/Res., $10/Non-res. & School Dist. Res. (per date) Register with activity #284211 at
Tot Time-Wednesdays, Dec. 7 and 14, 9: 30 to 11 a. m., Fire Station #1 W162 N11862 Recreation area Ave. in Firemen’s Park: Make new friends and enjoy playing in an open space gym time give kids a chance to run, jump, roll, dance, socialize, bounce balls or do whatever children do to burn energy and beat boredom. CHARGES: $5 resident OR $7 school district & non-resident (per date) Register for each date you’d like to attend with activity #284603 in
Schools Out Stream Sampler Day-Friday, December. 30 (ages 6-12): Step into the STREAM Zone (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts & Math) and sample some of the newest technology programs. This program covers it all! Each class will explore a different concept which could include: Coding, Robotics & Engineering along with LEGO Educational kits, Gears Galore projects, Knex, Catapults, Digital Movie Making, LOGO Programing, GPS, Snap Circuits, Creative Writing, Art exploration and may more. Three time slots to choose from for each day time off, if staying for the day please bring bag lunch (no nuts please). Class is held at Endure Alive House N151 W18700 Edison Dr (next to Germantown Fire Station #2). Register at with activity #214108.
Work permits: Work permits regarding youth 15 years and younger are available Monday via Friday, 8 a. michael. to 4 p. m. Minor must be hired for the job and be present to obtain work permit. Bring along: letter from employer on company letterhead, social security card, birth certificate, letter from parent giving permission to work, and $10 cash or check.
Dance, pom pons.

Pom pons )grades 1-5): Winter: Jan. 9 – *March 7. Grades 1-2 meet 6 to 6: 55 p. m. and grades 3-5 meet 7 in order to 7: 55p. m. A great opportunity for the young Pom Pon enthusiast to learn basic skills including kicks, floor patterns, arm positions, tempo routines, turns and marching all choreographed to the latest music. Several routines is going to be presented during the 9-week sessions. Session II students will participate in “Poms in G-Town. Make sure you bring poms (available through instructor at $10/set), tennis shoes and smiles. Poms program is held from Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria. FEES: $48 resident & school district resident OR $64 non-resident (per session) Register with activity #212403 (Sept. ) or #312403 (Jan. ) at
Mini Poms (girls in K5)-Mondays 5: thirty to 6 p. mirielle. at Kennedy Middle School Cafeteria. Winter: January nine – *March 7. Introduction to movement and basic abilities will be taught. Students will discover how to develop rhythm plus coordination. Poms available by means of instructor at $10/set. COSTS: $29 resident & college district resident OR $33 non-resident (per session) Sign up with activity #212403 (Sept. ) or #312403 (Jan. ) at

Exercise, martial arts.

Intro to Tae Kwon Do: This beginners class allows you to come up to three times a week for three weeks. For children, our emphasis is on character development and physical fitness. With adults, our goal is to deliver all the benefits of martial arts, including improved muscle tone, increased cardiovascular fitness, lower stress levels, increased energy, and greater flexibility. For everyone, as soon as you become a martial arts student, you join a community that works together toward improved physical strength and stamina, better focus and concertation, greater self-discipline, competency in self-defense plus, most importantly, increased self-confidence. Classes are held at J. K. Lee Germantown, N112 W15800 W. Mequon Road. Kids class fees are $20/Res., Non-Res. & School Filth. Res. and fees for family classes are $45/Res., Non-Res. & School Dist. Res. With regard to sessions and times, visit gtownrec. com.
Little Tykes (ages 4-6) with Surge Martial Arts: This fun and engaging class will teach important life skills such as confidence, respect, focus, and structure. Kids will have a blast learning an assortment of Martial Arts techniques including, strength, tumbling, plus coordination exercises. Check out website for dates, times and fees. For sessions plus times, visit gtownrec. apresentando.
Youth Martial Arts (ages 7-12): In this fun and interactive course kids will learn a number of Martial Arts skills such as kicking, punching, jumping, and tumbling. All while gaining confidence and balance. In addition to self-defense skills students will learn valuable life skills such as responsibility, listening, accountability, respect, concentrate, confidence, and self-discipline. 1 private session included with enrollment. An instructor will contact every member to set up a time. Check out website for dates, times and fees. For classes and times, visit gtownrec. com.
Rentals and sponsorships.

Sponsorship opportunities: Sponsorship is vital to our department’s ability to offer high quality programs to Germantown occupants, school district residents plus non-residents. With support through businesses our programs and events can continue to run successfully. To learn more about our variety of sponsorship opportunities visit:
The Germantown Entertainment Department is located at N112 W17001 Mequon Road in the Village Hall. For more information, call (262) 250-4710 or check out village. germantown. wi. us/219/Recreation.

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